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VERNON, BOCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1919 Chicago Foot Specialist is Coming Here At considerable expense and trouble, we have ranged for a foot expert e at this store to-b- ar- for the convenience of foot sufferers. JULY 18 AND 19 and Advice Free Examination F ifV. HIM - MitiulnWtfj r; jfW'PKVAHk. No More Hurting Feet -- ImSWz IsiiiPr illiM ef ybtrr F V oof ome rormanauam Complete Comfort does houses. This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able to tell at once what the real cause of your foot trouble is. He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect Tfwizisa Appliance D orlhteRrEvmfRotThxdok Scholl is, he can tell you (and show you) how to' gain No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble and a rapid correction of the difficulty. Remember the dates. Be ure to come in. Everybody welcome. Immediate Relief "Watch Your feet" Sutton & McBee r nTfi - - r Wrnl " liHi HON. E. BULLQCK TO THE REPUBLICANS OF LAUREL AND ROCKCASTLE COUNTIES : .. - Since making. my announcement as a Republican candidate for Representative of the 8ist District, my health has b'ecome so impaired that I am advised' by my physician that.I am not physically-ablto make the race and to do so would probably mean my death, and on e this account I very reluctantly withdraw. I say reluctantly for the reason that I was very ambitious to go back to Frankfort one more time as your Repref entative, andT confidently feel that the Republicans of the District wanted me to go back. But for the reasons above stated, 1 am withdrawing from the race and I take this method of thanking the Republicans of the District who are so loyally supporting me, and I want to thank all the Republicans who were responsible for my nomination and election in my former race. I trust that my health will so improve that I will be able to take an active part m the coming" State campaign. I feel that all Republicans should do so. With a united effort, in mv iudemenfc ' . . . .1 i. mere s no cjuesuon out wnac we win elect iawin P. Morrow Governor, together with the State ticket nominated with hinh ' 1.' k "i y - ' Respectfully, E BULLOCKf : - ..... -- I k ... . " the western part of the county Rockcastle Oointy, Kentucky this week. Forester Mullins was in Livingston Saturday. ; Charley McDaniel, of Gauley, Brodherd Fair .Grounds, J6, spent from Saturday until Wed'" sfBBl'f lBlPBBlBlPflBB39H9PlBlBlPft .BH w:BBBBH1BBBBBBXSjE nesday with his cousins, Luther r ' Bi BBCyBBBABABAflBEL BS 'dBBABBBvmBJBBl and Russel Mullins. Forester MORNING SESSION LKkBJBBBBBflBiiHBBBSHIlBBB Mullins killed a large rattlesnake 9:30 a.m. Devotional Bible Study . . Rev. L. N. Bowling BBBBBBBBBBBBBk" jBsBBaKSssBnBBBE ".BJ Tuesday while picking huckle- 9:45 a.m. President's Address "W. H.Fish a9BSBB9SSSSsl3RiBBsJBVBSsSM """B" berries. There has been more 10:05 a.m. "Every Scboel a 'Victory School' " Miss Lou Philips of those poisonous snakes killed 11:15 a.m. "The Weekly Bulletin in the home in this neighborhood this year of every worker . Mr. Lin D. Cartwrijjht . than ever known before. Misses 10:25 a.m. Appointment of Committees : Maggie and Russie Mullins were (a) Nominations (c) Future Work BmSBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBak f B guests of their cousin, Miss Ruth (b) Time and Place (d) Bulletin Mullins from Friday until Sun- 11:30am. Offering. . day. Farmers are rejoicing over ":3S "Bible School Progress In Our County" Rev. M. G.'Fish the good rains. Misses Matv Roll Call conducted by State Worker withreport-tro" and Eliza Mullins were with each school. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBKIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl9l '" their brother, Estill Mullins 12:00 a.m. Lunch and Recreation. from Friday until. Sundy. ' AFTERNOON SESSION. . Misss Callie and Sarah Roberts, 1 :30 p.m. Devotions. and Master Willie Roberts were p.m. Business Session : guests of their grand parents, 1:45 TO THE REPUBLICANS OF THE 81ST LEGISLATIVE ' (a Secretary's Report . C. C. Davis . Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Allen Sunday DISTRICT: (b) Committees' Reports . Chairmen' Mrs. Kizzie Hampton was a guest Ln submitting my candidacy for the Republican nomination for of Jier sister, Mrs. Joel English, 2:00 p m.uMIssionary Interests of tne Church" Rev. H T.- Young the office of Representative of this District, I wish to sav&rsl that ..r. pruise, Saturday and Sunday. 2:20 p.m. "Financial Interests of the Church," I was born and raised a Republican and have consistently sup-- 1 fd C C. Davis and D. R. fiiry-r- . 2:40 p.m. "Social and Recreational Interests of ported cne nominees or tue Republican party for office since I have ROCKCASTLiE COUNTY'S the Church' ..k Rev. Lin D. Cartwright" been a voterv .OPPORTUNITY. """ "Problems of the Church and Bible 3:00 p.m I have lived in Rockcastle County all of my life, "except five The Louisville Boaid. of Trade School" Ops Conference con- years mat i lived in Laurel County. My life has been spent main-lducted byvltate Worker. .. as a laboring man; as a farmer, lumberman and miners ' While I and Kentucky Stefe. Bankers Association will pitch a tentrin 3:45 p.m -- Report of Futare Work Committee . Chairinln lived in Laurel County I was engaged in mining. I served my -r Consecration Moments by State WorKer. Mt. Vernon July i4, 15, and 16. county four years in the capacity of Deputy Sheriff under H. L. 00 p.m. Adjournment. 4 Tate, and following this service was nominated and elected Sheriff Under this tent there will be 15 by the Republicans of Rockcastle County, giving me an official specialists to entertain and dis have Come and bring your lunch and remember that in ordento. a,Banier County, every school must be represented and must criminate information and knowl experience of eight years. At present lama member of the Ldee ail" the People of present a written report showing an offering for Home Missions Free - to Board of Trustees of the Mt. Vernon Graded School. In fact, I have (State and National). Rockcastle County. oeen active, as far as my ability would permit, in all things HELP MAKE ROCKCASTLE A BANNER COUNTY. The County has this one opporthat tend to improve conditions in my county, commercially; mbrv tunity of getting in touch with ' -Z " av unci Big things and to hear and see . , I approve unreservedly the plaiformvof principlesadopa by Uhavis'going r on in. ourcotmty I the Reoublican Convention hp.hl in Tincrhnn nn.th. , t.u a.. I and state. This tent and oeoDle May, 1919, and endorse and willTvote for the Republicans suff- will stay only three days in onr gested by said Covention for state offices, and pledge myself to the County. Only a few counties voters of this District that 1 will exert nil mv pnprrina aia.f have secured this Farmers Comthe ticket nominated.-munity Meeting, and we are The Republicans of this State are fortunate in having such a to have then stop with us. The Germans thought nothing could be queerer than leader in the coming campaign as the Hon. Edwin . Morrow, the lucky A program will be given only the fact the Americans would fight When you ponder aboui ,, M:nn:n. next Governor of Hie nmii imn,.,n lEjuuiiujuiam, i,: in m.., ..v... ...!,,, w 1. ills the afternocn and evening of them you realize whiskers are queer. Relatives often are. ability as a leader and his wonderful powers as an orator make him So is day old calf Even queerer than all these is a giraffe, each day. not only the idol' of the Republicans of this State, but a leader which seems to have grown on and on like one of the Editorial A PIG TO BE GIVEN AWAY. without an equal of all the people. I pledge myself to the Republisentences of the Signal without being able to stop." cans of this District that I will A pure bred Duroc pig will be with him. in his efforts to However almost everything that is queer caa be explained have enacted into laws the platform of principles adopted by the given away each afternoon at 5:00 even a giraffe. Anyhow queerness all depends upon the point Lexington Convention. o'clock. Each person attending of view. To our mind the very queerest thing in this world is why the average man does not try harder to save his money If my record as a citizen and an official 4ind the principles on will have a chance at this pig. ? If you can top this for queerness, than Which I stand meet with the approval of the Republicans of we can this All tickets FREE to tent and each . say js that you fail to realize the degrading horrors all the miDistrict, I respectfully solicit your vote and influence in the Repub- person a ticket for pig Come serythe melancholy and the utter despair of a dependent lican Piimary on August 2nd. . and get the pig. Your neighbors old age? can't tell you about it You will Very sincerely, Are you queer? have to come and see, and get. R L McFbrron. Make plans now for eaoh after noon and take three pigs home Hill, was with her mother, Mrs with you. OD John Riddleduring the week. Capital Mrs. A J. Haggard, who has been Wallace Haggard left Saturday in poor health for several years, night for West Virginia to accept Deposits ftj22aSM'SBBBBBBBBBWEPBfcat is at the Berea Hospital for treat a position as buyer for a large VBjBBSaBBBBBBBrsT'VBStlWPWyW ment, and is gettingalong nicely. coal company. John Robins has LiyiNGSTON, KENTUCKY Miss Terrie Masters, daughter sold his stockof general merchanof Mr. Wilson Masters, of Gum J dise to W. O. Yadon & Co., com BBBBBBVBsBfiESl Sulphur, and a niece of Eld J. W. posed of W. O and, A: E. Al- Masters, of this plaee, and H?r bright. The invoicing .yvas corn- Ian Skidraore, son of Mr aud Mrs. pieted Thursday and the new KfMBBHJBHsfsflSBSPIBH? E. L. Pkidmore, were married at firm opened their doors SaturUNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Mt. Vernon, Fiiday, of last.week. day morning. Mrs. L. B. Hilton, Director General of Railroads Wejoin their manyfriendsln wish 'andt little son, Master James ing them a happy married life!--- : Butner, of Stanford, have been Mrs. Bryan Adams, of the Bee Lick with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLL section, was a lecent visitor of J. R Cass during the week. ' Democratic Candidate For Mr. and Mrs.- Josh Wilson.- - Mrs. Allen Soward and Leroy Smith.of C. A Wheeldon, and children, are Harlan, were guest of Misses GOVERNOR Summer Excursion Fares Are In Frith and Susie" Hicks with relatives in the Quail section He Can Win in November, child of Mr. and this week. J. T. Cherry, H. G. Etfect Various Summer Resorts Mrs. vChas. DeBord Jr., died NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Skiles and P.G.Hurt, ot Crab Or OP LIVINGSTON COAL COMPANY, A CORchard, were in town last Friday Monday. George Yadon, who It Providing Attractive VaScatibn has been! with the American ExPORATION. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs M. J. peditionary Forces in France Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. MilNotice is hereby given that for nearly two years, cis at home ler and Mrs. C. C. Davis were Coal Company, Inwith his --:?; FOLLOWING are ROUND TRIE RATES FROM corporated, is closing up its busidown trom M,feaoo, .FndJy, ness by unamious consent of its afternoon. A. J. Haggard; and has had.a plenty of army life stockholders. son Wallace, were in Berea, T'hurs and is'inighty glad to ba back day, of last week, to see Mrs. Livingston poal Company, , home again. Mrs. P: A. "Shelton B.'D. Fannou, President. Haggard, who is there for treatTO NEARBY .RESORT (War Tax Extra): has been quite ill this week.1, R. B. Winkler; Secrefcry7 ment. Mrs. Willis Bussellwasthe guest of her brother, . ATvin Mr. Tip Edwards, of Oklahoma OuT THIS OUT 'AND TAKB ishere this week "with his sister, Thomas, in Garrard, last week.4 IT WITH YOU, SUGfVi. ? 8.4f KiMii Sfti Ky. $12,56 , .Mrs. JO. W. iTurpini and other Cashier A.M. Hiattand Dr.W. E. A man often forgets the exact relatives. W. S. and Wick Hag- name 11.24 GafetittTMUL . 12.62 of the article He 'wishes to Carter were in Lexington last gard were in Berea Sunday to purchase, and as a last resort week looking after their oil' inter-- ' ItftniBefTHi. 13,74 iriae,Ky. 3.78 see their mother. Mrs. J J$.: ests there. takes .something else instead. Quite Ja number at Watson", and Twtnt,.Kj. 5.76 WntMNlni, Tm. , 13.69 tended the and a.w ts0 ?Wwf MJM That isalways. disapointirig way S? 5y ln Stanfo?d. unsatisfactory." The" safe at Mt. .Vernon ' Wednesday. Henry Masters, of Mddlesboro, out and take it witk . you seae to akeLaure of retlti was with his son, TCld. J.W. Mast-t "" apply to lcii;Tiekefiiou 'Cry, ers, here , the first of the week; Chamberlain's Tablets: Yoawill K torn ncTpyrv . fid' nothing qiiite so Mtiefactory Mrs. Henryr Seats for id indition.'"-T"f a.; T-.- , afewdas. Mrs. Bert Mullins and children, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones Durham, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Durham hr s been very sick for Ben Mullins is in WITHERS PROGRAMFOR ANNUAL CONVENTION CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND BIBLE SCHOOLS Wed.,July ' BBBBBk; HHBB J9J6 'f-- B .... -- -- m R L. McFERRON - y " jarhirwt-.innnMt- -- 1 - Whafs frie Queeresf f he Korfd ? Triingr in Ke-ntimlr- " co-opera- te be-do- BR H EAD FIRST STATE BANK $15000.00 $64000.00 -- Louisville'& Nashville Railroad Now - El-no- ra -- To Trips n 3X"; "-- MT. VERNON B -- TT L. vf h r - .re v is.to-cut'th- V it- - t i?'u2zji4&iifijt.. Hi 3 -- Children .tesM&Sfefcak! v --.T" is 1 " -- -, . cUpt4n T .7-3- 5 - -- - ' s. ' '$$ j- . i. i'L A !,- - fV "K y t ? - V t x r M I.1fa V vrth - -.. -- rr''? H s7 ' 5 '- - . f ' " 'UFZ.'!4x&b& KK imaSmSSmt mmmmmmHimm m r-"---- tt ig fir XmmiimUk The Salvation Army Campaign Mt Vernon Signal! Committee is verjTtnankful to'tht MUfifads Fxxday, June 27, 19 19 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGIxT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR $I.O Advertising rates maue known on amplication MEMBER OP k v KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION We are authorized to announce W. T. SEORT 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-W- e 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. REUNION AT LEVEL GREEN By Chap. C. castl i COUdfc. The gip between Livipgston and Parkers Creek, is ..iONSTEa SCBcLiJ AT tood people, who'were present ai being built with money donated METHODIST CENTENARY the Level Green re union for the by outsidi people, the govern- nent and state and the work b3-- i $i4 donated to our fund. " g done b7 the convicts is a con M. PenningtQn, Chm. ibution to this county. Nut Special Lantern" Devised For From all indications Rockcasne cent is being paid out of the Throwing Pictures. tle County will raise her quot county treasury for any of this is for the Salvatton Army, but tt work. Now and then some felmerelv possible if the worker-neglec- t low turus his kicker loose and Finishing: details are being placed their work the lattei goes to kicking on the present' on the arrangements for the erection part of' the week that we will 1) road work, but if any one ob- of the largest screen for the projecbuilt in pictures a little short. We think at tin jects to outsiders bringing the tion of This is to ever one pf the the be' world. present time that about five hums money and building our roads of the Methodist Centenary Cel ebration. to te held in Columbus, nndred dolla red of the seven r for us, we cannot imagine what to July asked has been pledged, so v in the worll it would take' to June 20 monster-scree-13. n will hav a This are reasonably sure that th s itisfy that kind of a creature. surface, for pictures 115x115 feet. The other tjo hundred can be raided If u know better and are still ictual structure will be several feet special if the work is kept up during kicking it is high time for you larger in. 'each direction. A devised lantern has been successfully the rest of the week. to go and stick your head in a for throwing these tremendous picnecessary distance. The The newspaper man can use hole and if you don't know, and tures the be 250 feet from the nearscreen will column after column of space in not willing to take your neighbors est spectator and .will be built to his paper every week advertis- word for it, then write Rodman withstand 40 pounds pressure to the .(.uare foot. The lantern which will ing, boosting or in some way try- Wiley, Commissioner of Roads, jrcjoct the;e pictures has alrcadj ing lo help his town and in the Frankfort, acd he will tell 'you successfully thrown pictures on a eyes of the majority of the people how it is. He will also tell you cfeen in New York City across a of four and a half, city he has done .nothing That that there are only two extra distance According to Architect Harrj olocks space is worth nothing and when men drawing salaries, connected C. Holbrook, the screen Will be, in effect, three the time comes for a little pay with the convict labor. Know necessary sides of a house. It is give foundations ad either leave it out, cut the how- - it is and then appreciate Muivalent to a it the building. to price it you newspaper man you what outside help is doing for In order that there may be as much .alvage as possible after the screen are a grafter. The space in a Rockcastle. tas served its purpose, the picture new piper is just the same to fitted ace Wanted A good second hand .ater will be oftreated lumber,a whicl the newspaper man that the white will be with goods on the shelf saddle, genuine Buena vista pre- surface preparation.- merchants The estimated cost of this screen are to him. If you don't want ferred, See or phone will be $8,000. The screen and the J. H. Fish, Mt. Vernon, Ky. it at the price don't use it. aatern will be used In showing the 1 fea-.ure- Announcement SG ff" 2XLTXE s WE have purchased the entire stock Merchandise of Mr. John Robins and will continue business at the same location, beginning cot later than x June 28th. ixezzxi line of This stock consists of a new and'up-to-dat- e General Merchandise, to which we will add from time to time only first class commodities. M four-stor- y We take this means of introducing ourselves in our hew undertaking, and desire to thank you and yours for past favors and solicit at least a part of your future trade 2X1 2X1 Davis. The reunion at Level Green, .Ky., held in tionor of Prof. J. 14. Brown, was a most wonderful sue cess. The weather could not have been more delightful, even the song of the birds that flitted from apple' tree to apple tree, seemed to welcome us as we came in throngs to Mr. W. H. Brown's orchard for this great occasion. Everything had been prepared by the Level Green hosts to make the occasion one of the greatest possible. The crowd was estimated from 500 to 1000 people. Rev. D. R. Gentry was made chairman, which assured us at once that we would have good entertainment. Attorney I. W. Brown, of'Mt. Vernon, Ky.,, brother of the late Prof. J. N. Brown, made the opening and welcoming address, who told of many happy occasions in boyhood life that this paeeting brought afresh jo his memory and sin- cerely thanked all of us for this great gathering in honor of his Following Mr. dear brother. Brown, the chairman, Mr. Gen try. added several choice thoughts of our dear old teacher. Prayer was offered by Rev. Custer Her rin, which was fervent and just to point. Singing was provided by W. H. Owens, of Willailla, Ky., and bis splendid class. We were all asked to say something in hon or of this day and some responded. Mr. John B. Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., refreshed our memories by telling several beau tiful stories of by gone days. Chas. C. Davis, also of Mt. Vernon, Ky , made his usual and called our attention to the Salvation Army drive which is now on. Rtv. D. R. Gentry's three beautiful daughters came forward and asked the crowd to assist in this great work and raised $14 for the Salvation Army Relief. Post Master E L. Brown, of Somerset, Ky., made a beautiful talk thanking the speakers for the many eulogies given his father here to day. Letters were read from Judge Sam Brown, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Cordie Bioyles Davis, of Cambria, lowa. both of which brought the crowd to tears when read aloud in their hearing. The crowd adjourned in peace and harmony by singing "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Additional Locals . any blackberries, Gott, the goosebair man will buy your blackberries and pay you them. Bring the. money for your money to Rider where you can get more fo'r your money than any place in town. I dont want LA A. PROFESSOR Columbia university is Every Effort Mads to Popularize director of fine arts and designer of exhibits and scenery for the MethDaily Programs. odist Centenary Celebration, in Columbus, O.. June 20 to July 13. On plans which he laid down, the multitude of exhibits, domestic and forGREAT PART eign, have been arranged in the build- CHILDREN ings in scenic effects',' making tkea at once appropriate and effective. We sometimes wonder if peo Professor Warner had charge of Hiifj Pageant, Representing pie know and if they do know.do the Chil .world exhioits held in Boston, Chidrcn's Crusade of the Twelfth Cn Good hard they appreciate the fact that all cago, Baltimore and Providence in tury, Will Be Given Each Da American dol past years, and has studied and workthe work being done on our Famous Speakers Have Agreed U ed abroad. lars grow on the roads, is being done by money Attend Ceicbration at Columbus advertising tree. furnished by other people. Not June 20 to July 13. GETS AD. RESULTS FOR FLETONCRiS one penny comes out of the THIS PAPER BRING DOLLARS RESULTS In add ion to the religious feature pocket of any tax payer in Rock- jf the .Methodist (!eutenar celebn. (Oojjrijio.ua.krw.H.w tion, which 01 ens iu Columbus. ().. t. -Juue 20. every edort is being ma. to popularize the daily proKiams a. fllk aViBRlSBBBBBWvViBBBBPSBBBBBBBBBBBSBV. to make theuv attractive tu tLe ari tastes of all visitors. accoiliuj Alonzo & W1K011. direct or of tue u uartment of rectai ua.s. The Rainbow Division band and 'amous Jackie band will furut n uaily, and well known Cluiutaui entei tamers have contracted to L here with lively pro0rams ui -- ingi tud instrumental music. For love of classical and sacred inuaic, tu JolUeum at" the exposition i.roun. will be a Mecca. Daily recitals l :iofessoryilliam J. Kraft of Colu.. )ia University t the (50,000 orga a symphony orchestra, famous sin. ars, a chorus of 1,000 voices 'and tL. trombone choir of 100 pieces will be featured there. Pageants in life plays, motion pictures and educational lectures wilt till the mornings, atternoons an. : benings. "It is our aim to providt entertainment for everybody ever, minute of the day," says Mr. Wilsoi. That the celebration Is not fo. grownups alone is proved by the ei tensive preparations being made fo. the children who come. In addition to playgrounds, well equipped .and at tended, there will be elephants, cam els and burros to ride, and a Wild West show every day. A huge pageant CoVfTtBUUM reurewnting the Children's Crusadt tilliWp JC "aVnBBBBe bbbbH IHIflnilHilihilitBVBBBBBHBBBKaK TMMMCf. of the twelfth century will be pre Seated' dally by 500 children, accoa 'paaicd-ba children's chorus Grover C. and Jud Hatcher who recently returned from France, are with their mother, Mrs. Mollie Hatcher, at her home here. The youngest son, Fred, is still in the hospital in Virginia, but expects to be able to return home soon. Mrs. Jud Hatcher and baby joined Mr. Hatcher just before reaching Mt. Vernon. Mrs.. Beaty, the only daughter, is also here. It is a happy occasion for Mrs. Hatcher and her many friends rejoice with her, that two of her three sons offered for sacrifice in the great world struggle have been returned to her and the other one will soon be here. When the call came for the boys to go, Fred and Grover C. the only support of their aged mother were called. It seemed hard, the sacrifice seemed greater than that asked of any one else but this good woman bore it bravely and trusted to the All Wise'flower for the return of her boys. They are back and may they Joe permitted to remain with her during the remainder of her allotted years. Jud Hatcher was employed as an engineer and transported soldiers, provisions, etc. DR. WALTER Dentist Office ens of thousands of views, made al! ver the world by the Methodist lissionary Survey, which Jias th :nest collection of pictorial review where in the world. Our terms will be strictly cash or produce, and our prices will be scientifically figured and will be at all times as low as consistent with sound business. Large buying facilities securcs-uwe share with you. s U. G. Baker' 8 Stors MT. Over Columbia Professor in Ckarge LxaiDKs 1 ! every advantage, which benefit Your interests arc ours. v I I a VERNON, KENTUCKY leMeury ai meinoaui f a bW I 1 a a Awaiting your commands, we are C. C. WillianiQ W ATTORNEV-AT-LA- BBW.- y BF - ". ' vt( OFFICE.- - On2nd.floorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, on, Church St. nn oriuRn 'PNONE 80 MT.VEENON.KY. W;; -' ;jIJ5BHbbbW vbSjHIbbkBbW '7 f .' pJt4fcfiBBBB& 3IBWBWbV Yours very truly,- - Special atten rnllections. V &2&'i-,'- .AaBBRnBBT W. 0. Yadon & Co. BRODHEAD, KY. ' :NTERTAINMENT AT PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, Jf C&'W .' ifc? ibJti ' I'iijTVSB. ' V'iC " i'W J'-- vlr ',AB"B"B"li bbbbJbVTbbbbbbI bbLbbbbbI your eyes are showing any fects now is the time to see Tke de- CENTENARY VARIED MONT i ' DR. MOORE, Cox Buildiner, Oitiriai Mt.Vernon, Ky. How Are You.Goingto Keep'Em on the Farm? ANSWER: -- mA ALT'' ME With Electric Lights Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts efclfere ASTORIA 11 is instaled there is no longer as great incentive for the son or daughter to go to the city. Its conveniences are brought to their home in the country. When Delco-Ligh- t 1 v. MBaBBMBMBSBVBmBVMBVBBtBMBaBaBaaHBttBaaaVaaaRu 1 The daughter can have electric lights in her room, an electric curling iron and all other comforts that are so much desired by young woman. It makes the chores easier for the son and provides power for operating labor saving tools. Delco Light so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every member of the family .J of bringing your home up. to date and of giving your wife and family a real home, with lights, bath, running water, etc., get in touch with 111 If you are desirous mWoBH ltf lilll3i'IISk I -- Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, KpBk '.eHB'ilD ill Il WLNm Adv. it j wzkm' mWWWmaWam0'-- ' tViaf y oi-5- 00 In next week's issue of this paper, we will be able to furnish the program for the Farmers Community meeting, July 14th, 15th and i6tb. We think from the tentative program seen that" the meeting will be extremely and instructive. The movie show that will be put on free each sight will harmonize with the Secures given asd sake tfee joeetinfs doubly instruct ive ag theamokegame with PLAY if you're hankering foraajimmy hand out for' what ails your smokeappctitet For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from- old stung tongue and dry throat worries 1 Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is acotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of amokerun - v here for the Centenary celebration William H. Taft, aie Major General, Leoaard Wood. 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PRIDAYUNE 27,4917 CHANDLER SIX $(795 aaaaaaaaaP!!-- i f'ikiaav BF:&ttMPPav aaaaa & ' :aaaaaaaaaai LaaVaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV They do more than please your taste they satisfy!" aw&aaaaaaaaaaam IsmHk Lii siiiiiVliiiiiiB CLBiiiiiiiiiB - 4 Chandler Dispatch THE Chandler Dispatch, of the sport type. The New Series TO THE DEMOCRATS Or KENTUCKY: ia I hereby announce myself a the, cnndl-ilat- e for a year past, has outsold all other The Chandler factory has been unable to build this car in quantities which could fill'the demand Its popularity is one of the high spots in motordom. And now comes the new series Dispatch a snappy, handsome car. Thousands of alert Americans, who appreciate Chandler quality, welcome the new Dispatch. You, too, will be delighted with it if you wish a really good car, with style in design and beauty in finish and unexcelled in its ability to perform. The new series Chandler Dispatch is handsomely upholstered bright finish hand buffed leather. It seats four passengers in in the ultimate degree of comfort. Its finish is in the beautiful new Chandler Rainbow Blue, richly lustrous. You are asked to pay much snore for cars which August 2, 191S. I AM 'st 1. A friend of Lnbor; 2. For amending, but not repealing: "'the present tax laws; -r of Lieutenant Gov ernor of Kentucky,, subject tQ the u tion of the Democratic primary Oi office for .;- - always been a bone-drman, and will do all that I can to advance the cause of temperance; 7. For closer supervision of- our charitable and nennl Institutions; 8. For Woman's Suffrage; 9. For amending the Dog Law so as to provide more and prompter pay for the sheep owner and more protection for the dog. owner, and with less, bm reasonable and fair," compensation for the officials who administer it; y - 3.. For better roads; 4. For better schools; .". For rSjrld economy In the of the State's affairs, and 'the elimination or consolidation of offices, where practicable; 6. On the liquor question, I have man-igeme- nt ' r V K - w 10. e For extreme conservatism In tne nse oi tne pardoning power. might perhaps he compared with the Chandler. And cheap cars sell for but little less Early Orders 'Will Be Giyen Early Delivery SIX SPLENDID BOpY TYPES Seven-Passenger Sanford, Ky.4 W. H. SHANKS. v- NCTTE Y. W. G. A. UNIFORMS TO CLOTHE Suits Worn" by Touring Car, S179S Four-Passeng- er Four-Passeng- er Roadster. H79S Limousine, 3095 Dispatch Car, S187S Convertible-Coupe- Convertible Sedan, t26?S , :P" keeps. thctn Sum and fresh, whatever . manufacturer's secret. Unlike a patent, it cannot be copied or even closely imitated. If you want a smoke that really "satisfies" ask for "Chesterfields." Chesterfields "let you in" on an entirely new kind of cigarette enjoyment They not only please your taste, but they do something else besides. Know what a big, juicy beefsteak does for your hunger? Well, Chesterfields do exactly the same thing for your smoking. They touch the "smoke-spo- t" They let you know you're smoking. They SATISFY! The blend does it And the blend is the -- r- - y All Pricti J. t. i. S2S9S CltvtttmJ the weather. War Workers Switzerland. Wo-men's Will BRYANT BROS. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Be Given to Penniless Stu- dents Official in- - uniforms of the YoungChristian Association mlnu-thBlue Triangle, the Association in tlgnla, will be worn next winter b .vomen students "who have been strand d in; Switzerland during the war urn vho, because of lack jof funds, lnuni re-ent- er e STOMACH TROUBLE a 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,! 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 fust seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wert no good at all for my trouble. I heard Mr. Marion Holco'mb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would opment of marine traveling toenr. Elizabeth M. Clark, who" has been h wards the western continents iwhzcilnntl for ten years under tin undreamed oi prior to his adven W'orl'u Student Christian Federatloiturous trip. So, it will be noted ws apponled.lo the .Natlonnl Studen the in future time, that from Lt. Committee of 300 Y. W. C..A. for cloth foreijm women stu ng for the - ACROSS THE ATLANTIC. y to their jinMve country.'. The voyage of Columbus across leslreho finish their university eoutrift. r because- - they 'have no family.' t the Atlantic resulted in a devel- ahlclwto return, will remain there hes t. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Va? Turkish and Domestic tobaccos 4 blended. i Commander Reed's one-sto- p trip THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT a from .New Foundland to Portugal be recognized as the torerunner of argosies of aerial sails, or wings, to follow the nomenclature of the, air. The flight of the NO-- 4 was remarkable in more ways than On May 8 it left Rocka-wa- y, Long Island, but was forced to land off the Massachu setts coast, but reached Halifax on May 14. The next day. it journeyed from Halifax to Tre-passBay, N. F., 460 miles, and on May 16-- 17 went from Trepassy to Horta, in the Aapres, 1350 miles, in about fifteen hours. On May 20 ri went to Ponta Delgada. another island, some miles further eastward. On 27 it went the remaining May 800 miles to Lisbon, Portugal, one. ey dents in Switzerland. The scarcity o lothing Inst year among these nlmo efugee students made it necessary fo wo girls to share one coat or goou only one could go if doors at a time. Four large packing cases of o J so-tha ' recommended very highly, 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 any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. it-t- o ONE CINt A DOSE (US) and completed the first aerial trip from America to Europe under. Us own power. s5 SVf "Green-Seafyo- ur of1' used clothing., save lint, which is in good condition, linvephee rollected hastily, from women coile;' students In the New Entrlnnd 'State )h!o. West Virginia, I'ennsylvnnli UnrylanjI and. Delaware 'by lent Committee of the National Y. V A. to.he sent over in response i Miss Clark's appeal. This clothing W. be dyed, cleaned and made over I Switzerland. In addition to the clothing eolleetr i'rom students In colleges, nearest Ne York a. case of uniforms, whJcli 3ur been turned in by Y. W. C. .A. secret-rlewho did war work, and jthe ofili'Ii gray uniform ulsters is being sent. Mnlforms are being turned? In byw workers they will be, claimed by. th Student Committee, vhlch will reraov fhe Insignia and prepare the uniform so tlint they may be worn by the. women who have been forced by worl events to remain in Switzerland .foi & fr -several years. kind's theti 5- - s : house and save repair, bills ji know the annoyancS and expense of continually paying out money for repair bills, but by using Hanna's Green Seal Paint on their, property' occasionally, these bills can be done away with to a large extent. Any surface if left to itself, and not properly painted, is bound to decay sooner or later, whereas a coat or two of paint House-own- er The flight across the Atlantic recalls an effort o't Vaniman ( ? ) in 1910, who set out for Europe In a dirigible, which was wreoked. by a storm two day's out at sea., He was rescued, and in 1912 started from Akron, Ohio on a second voyage, but. an explosion in midair resulted in his death. A Frenchman, within recent, weeks,4 set out for an Atlantic flight, but was iorced to.landjn. Africa (he was uoing to Brazil), altho he covered more miles than Reed did in any single flight f 14. QUEEN MARIE INVITES, i Y. W; C. A. TO RUM.ANI? fc J ,' high standard this bank THE st for itself in the conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you am oung our patrons .'" PEOPLES BANK -- .Eytet.ds Invitation to Oversea Drk ers In Paris. iu Paris. April 2t. Queen Marie o Rumania, following a .conference, wiij. a representative "comntiltee of th American Y. W. C. A., held at the Itii Hotel, Paris, has Invited theAmeirn Young AYpwen' Chrlstjan sjoclatlo T to come to Rumania and open "tv.orl . Ji MR. WISLER CURED J , iOFiGONSTlPATION. "Sdhi to withstand all the ravages of time and vwet weather. at reasonable intervals will prepare it Mil 1. iLUX: !LI ill had an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me, I received a free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets by mail. I I gave them a trial and they were I such, a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truthfully say nimein 499 whea!1 The Senate stood 55 to 11 against the exemption of beer the operation of war time prohibition and the under her patronage. Among, the representatives of theV n lasft horje; of the 4guzler f has; gone W. C. A. present at th'e C6nfercnc J they werp: M's5 Harriett Taylor, head, o ' glimmering; Believing that hfr; American (J Artwork iver.-- .would r ber exempted, 33 saloon seas; miss aiary Aiuerson-o- r Huiuonc- keepers nt'Louisville tnad4'ap Wls.; Miss Mary Dlngman, head o July 1 the T, W. Gz A. Industrial work l; plication for license after $5 as prance ; MV& ,MagaRe BiLfowlcr y and put) up Pasadena, Cat., and MisaCBartotti provided by ordinance with the NIven, head of the Y. W. a A. wor! there-fdr- e dnItaly 'A(notble- gTiest:tthetSjeetl applicatio, Thecityjwill We $iS the, 'gooaljana secretary of, the Rumanian legation iu the saloooists notbing to show ." Paris.? vD&e i ... for ihQir mqney. It is different in Lexington where every bar room tiaa afirreed to close andH V. wv.c. A. WORKER make no fight at midnight, Jane -- iifa-Inesfro- USE - -- .z 4 Y.-- -- - White Fawn from selected Red ther-wscesaa- ry - FLOURWinter Wheat -- For Sale by all Merchants, 'k- - IS DECORATED. 30. Miss Marlon Porter of New York City was decorated .the other day in the name of the . rwsxoa - as well, as prohibition has come to stay. Times. Itjs just A trial will convince you. Satisfac- Formula oil EYstyPackaf NtttMHor LfchMkji ZW3 that I have not had a similar at tack sjnce,jiwrites Wm. B. ler, Dbhglawill, Pa. r sijenerl.a;:JLincrl' ,ean array witbttKe' GhkcIi War .1 Her: Pd'-lfkHa- l "ceBfrilHlHM?! FOfTHkBELlBF-.Q- h Z . v eltatlos wasfoc.&erne14r iOLDlYl L, W. BETHUKUM -- Wr B. Sijmo-- n MT. VBBIHOIH XY. ATTORNEY AT JAW MT.VKRKON, BY. - Will practice in idltfce courts.-- ' Osceoa Church.Street?" . . ar. Tr joints and find Kdiatevlt to move Fer.' wore thas a" year Mlaa without pain try maaaaging the Porter, has beea, at. a hospital' ? , Fraacejaa ,ta ceater Ih ryittel,-affeuuwl;par wjSa) Cbamberlain's rftpresentatlye of the-X- . W. C.A. k LtaiaMtw'tt wUl relieye the 'kSim charge of a Burses' stab Uiact. : Make" . tkir sortweabf' iisfSi. "wheai'ou X'lRBlaUMATlCAINS. stove F tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by stttnessnd A i& - J& "luS - Qrab Orchard Miling Go, CRAB KY. j &Z&q& paia ad rest asd sleep j - -- .z .w' -- . f , w J5""7'--'J- ? HHHHVBHBIHMMViMHVMiMHHiiMWiiHHMHMnHHaMMiBWMWMMMaWMM 0y0 Fa3ffiMmMMltftiair ' Vv - irititofrantfBK.'rer - - ; i i - - - - sr . t . . v . .7 t J . A V, - tijiamj&titkdibiimimutii SH&dja MT, VERNON Sl(MAL,r.J?lttDAV, J0N13 27, 191?: mm "i ' W r Don't nvy theCool Look- ing Woman Be Cooly t LEVEL.GRB.BI3i E. Button Jr., was down Mt. Vernon first of the week. Miss Ola Debord has re- 'turned from Berea where she 4 has been attending school. Lit- tie Jessie Mullins has been very sick for several days. - Mrs. Sallie Logsdqn, of Quail, spent last week rth"hermother, Mrs. W. AT Todd who has been very sick. Mrs. M. E. Price has re turned from a two weeks visit with the families of F. E. Mullins and Vic Price at Livingston. "M. from Dressed Yourself ' '! Women's $5.50 to $7.00 White Skirts $3.48 Women's Regular J3.50 to $5.Wliite Skirts 2.48 Once you see these wonderful values at $3.48 & $2.48 you will buy These skirts are made of good quality material Variety of Pockets and Belts. J Miss Georgia Gentry has er-turn- ed Charming Waists Fine Georgette ?nd in the Fashionable colorings, fluteijig .hand embroidt ery, lace and bead trimming, at Crepe-de-Cbin- es from a pleasant visit to Mrs. D. relatives al Somerset M. Cress and little daughter, Reca, speit Sunday with her parents, jMr. . and, Mrs. J. M. Broyles, at Plato. Uncle Logan Denny is very sick at the home. of his daughter, Mrs W. M. Hurst' His recovery is considered very doubtful. Miss Anna Brown is at home from Langdoh Dormitory for the summer. D. R. Gentry and little daugh 111 o U Others pricecl 98c to $3.25 $95 ; Something New A-WINDO- ' SHADE that has no springs to break or get out of order, raised and lowered without touching the shade, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest shade made. Will last a life time. I bought it on sight and you'll do the same thing. -each Introducing price Iu -.- -, ter, Omega, spent Sunday at their home at Quail. Miss Sallye Price has rettuned from Mt. Vernon wherehe has been at tending school. Mrs. Wm. H. Brown was in Mt. Vernon last week having dental work done. Dr. Garner, of Flat Lick was here one day last week to see little Jessie Mullins. Rev Wesley filled his regular appointment at the Chapel last Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Thompson spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter, ! Mrs.Edd. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Vanhook, of Ocala, spent 'r? I WLMa appreciated when we have it. Most of all earthly possessions when we have it desired & not. Yet, for most of us, keeping well is a simple matter, and getting well again when we are sick, is often wholly within our power. Doctors tell us that about nine out of ten of human ailments are the result of constipation-Thousand- s of persons are constipated without real-- , izing how much harm and even danger may result. An appalling list of diseases have their start in this neglect bf ourselves. High blood pressure, nervous breakdown, apoplexy, arterio sclerosis, rheumatism these are but a few of the many that result g chiefly from constipation. ealth Little iff 1 Mm J Officii ayuace "The Storv of a "Well Man" is a helpful, entertaining book let that tells a true story of a man suffering from nervous breakdown and high blood pressure in search of health. The success that attended his efforts has a personal application, to you. d anno w.a iaiKnmunt " "N hwk MM I.W. III M4IW4 .1 IW kiMnutMUiijJ MMl .MAIM PvoniM This booklet has been the means of helping thousands from what-seemeconfirmed invalidism to robust health. It also tells the wonderful story of Devonia. the American Medicinal "Water, and what it has done for those who needed help to restore them to sound health. fSilttP AL WATtaj . 'U4 fc Wj ti liritad; Sunday with their Mrs. O. daughter, Miss l.ii.mi.M r.Mni..ii. ' I.Sm tlaM... ' f Iw Mn IAiMi 'Phone 25 l I vJ- .fc Essye Brown entertained a few friends last Friday night at her home with a birthday party. Those present were: Misses Georgia Gentry, Anna Brown, Sallye Price, Rose Gentry, Lionie Van- jhook, Hazel Price, and Essye Brown. Messrs. Homer Thompson, Barnett Lathim, Jack De-Boidj J. Mullins. STl I. -- 7 T M " ll u U Mt ttl FM1 MC( sra ! M"M tku gift' 1 til rii ttft kbkh p. Ul " I ' I In some way Devonia seems to get right at the root of physical troubles, and banishes their cause, thus restoring the bodily functions to normal activity and vigor. Devonia is prescribed and recommended by our most highly esteemed physicians. m niKiiiiiiiB lmmmrmim HHIH wimi Will am tsianBBW Bbi aVHHHIH Ml for which you have not been able to If you are suffering from some ailment seul table-spoonf- - Where the newest things are shown while they are new Swannie Price. Maurice Thompson, G'raydon Cress and Smith Lathim. Refreshments were served and all reported a delightful time J. L. Thompson and W. J. DeBord spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr0. W.H.Brown. Take a Tablespoonful of Devonia to a Glassful of water. THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owensboro, Ky. . . Please send me your free booklet, "The Story of a Well Man," telling of Devoala, the wonderful American Medicinal Mineral Water, and what it has done. cure desired relief, try Devonia a in a glass of water. "We believe you will find ihe results most beneficial. Anyway, learn more about it by sending for "The 'Story of a "Well Man." A copy will be sent you free. Devonia is on sale at all drug stores. LIVINGSTON, KY. name: A 3 T QlBIA ?0R Fk.E?CI!SfrS ADDRESS.. ' Biuldimg LouUriHo Office: 1415 Executive Office: Owensboro, Ky. Laboratories, Cleveland, Ohio. Spring! and Bottling Plant. Lorain, Ohio Inler-Soutie- Well ', ' STLL GOT eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeVe-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeijejeeejejee EM Car just got in and 'nother one coming . H t!S2i!!i!2!!!!!!!!!?!!!?!!!!!!!!!! .eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeee - . iw i I 4. : - x i v ' C . ' f ''1 - ."'. f V ' '.,?' .'K ,T' v. ' ."' ' Your name can go on my Board, at the-toor bottom, in the norning or evening, and it does not cost you $io,oo to join, but for one cent your name can be enrolled. I donrt believe now, :nor never did. in big profits' On goods, and espec- . . - am no respecter af persons jf t .. -- . - '.-V tf ??- - JS ,..: "Sr $ ---:. a F. ,'J-- xr . . &4ym-"r--..-f. k ' , . s . v j V-- r-- & -- -- i 1 v I H- a siV!-; A , - '. . ;. ViiB- r everybody can do their bit.. .".VAfif H1VUU, XV rmrir U.KJLX1. . m& - - vv - it;- - - ' fff rV'- - - ,CrW4. i Ifj - .. i. S;,,. V . - V.--' ,. V ? .;L. ;, V.?. l v- "V - iJ v-lr i ' -- J,? J ,'- - vlT t I r sv . i.v. Lr? :-- - 'ay" . 1,. i T Af i. - w .. . ..-- '1 ".- - v? . tT SK iammttuufmtmstuM ii"T "Trr f&ziikmmm jgjjssmtmmWgaaiUiimgtM I m&t . Mt.Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon, SALESMEN WAN TED. E. Bullock & Sou Is the style To solicit orders for lubricatof a new mercantile firm just ing oils, grease and paints. SalKy, June 27, 1919 opened up for business at Hans, ary or Commission. Address ford. Like who you please, but always concede to the other fellow the same right you claim for yourself. Don't expect your friends to like onlv those you like or dislike those you dislike. The friendship of any man is not worth much, if he wants to choose his friends in that way. Jeff Johnson, who bad his trial at London on an indictment for the murder of Luther Manns was given ten years in the pen. The trouble is supposed to have started between Manus and Johnson but Mullins fired the shot. Mulhns and Johnson both get the same term. THE LENNOX OIL CO. & n MiragBMMi mi To Play Great Orgaa at the Methodist Centenary i 79 up'(No.j9" wlinwrj, waot to Oommvinl- - JJ oao with. 8IQNA.L PAINT Cleveland, O. Judge Mullins has signed the contract for another truck for use on our roads in Rockcastle. The trucks are given to the county and will "be kept here. The county has no right to sell, loan or in any way use the trucks ex pect on the roads, but they are ours to..keep for that purpose. Louisvillc 4. Nashvillc R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 north north south 4.57 p 3:35 am 12:35 . A GLORIOUS FOURTH -- pm South 12:45 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Ut Vernon, Kjr. PoctoSee as second-el- s mail natter. is Billie Brown has just returned from Hot Springs. God bless C. D. Sutton is in Cincinnati him, the doctors told Gott he this week buying goods. was not sick but just hungry. Bill Hoe was here firs t of the After feeding him up he reweek from Harlan visiting home turned to his place of business folks. on Richmond street, where he who has been very will wait on the trade as he has J op Smith, sick with fever, is reported always done and sell you more goods for the money than any slightly better. Mrs. M. Pennington and Miss other merchant in Rockcastle Mattie Pennington are in Louis- County. Adv. it. ville attending the K E. A. Mrs. Bragg Thompson and The patrons on the mail ronte children, of Crab Orchard, are just established out of Mt. Ver guests of Mrs. W. M. Poynter non, route No. 1, received their Mrs. W. H. Kreuger and son, first service Monday. Mrs. Cleo Fritz, leit last week for a several Brown, Mt. Vernon's splendid weeks visit to relatives in Vir- and accomodating postmaster, has been laboring for nearly ginia. esWill Griffin, another Mt. Ver- two years to get this route non boy who had several months tablished, and to her is due the service in Prance has returned credit for the establishment of it. W. H. J. Moore is the contractor home. and his son, Milton Moore, is the A. M. Hiatt, Cashier of that carrier under the present consplendid bank,' the Citizens of tract. The mail only goes out Brodhead, was here yesterday on three days in the week, Tuesday, business. Thursday and Saturday. Judge L. W. Bethurum is at"The Heart of Hamanity," to tending a meeting of the Kenbe played at Boone Wav Opera tucky Bar Association jn LexHouse, Matinee and Wight Thursington today. day July 10, was personally witMr. and Mrs. Charley Thompnessed by George Owens before son were up from Lancaster last booking, and he insures the pubweek the guests of Mr. and Mrs. lic that it is in the class with "The W. G. McBee. Hearts of The World." It comEmmett Bryant, who has bad a bines great war features, showing hard struggle with flu and pueu the religious faiths and dogmas monia for several weeks, is now peoples, is a valuable PERSONAL third fares for the round trip has been authorized for the celebration. 20 to July 13, has Columbus, O., Within the last two weeks Mt. tremendously June Increased the interest jgggjffg Lamma Vernon has been visited by two In that event and advanced manifold circuses. The Rhoda the Inquiries and registrations comUnited all parts of Royal was here Monday one ing from At headquarters the other the States. week ago and Gentry Bros , was day a single mall brought cash reghere last Monday. "tBum" de- istrations from 14 separate states and $fbo REWARD, $100 scribes both shows. Everything South America. has increased Tfork"! The low rate The readers of this paper will preiented was something that for the special committees, which of various improving. rapidly picture and in a forceful manner had been shown years ago and are responsible for housing the large will be pleased to learn that of visitors now and Thomps shows the sacrifices at the front very crudely done. A good cir- influx Accommodations seen to be there is at least one dreaded Emmett Norton fall into three science has been disease that Doan, two more Rockcastle boys and fireside to free the world and cus most every one likes to see c.asses: will First, the hotels, which have an able to cure in all it stages and who had months of service in place love in its rightful place. but when it comes to being held average daily capacity of 5,000 France are at home. that is catarrh. Catarrh being so-call- The farmers community meeting to be held here for three days in July is looked forward to who much interest among our farmers. It is the very thin, they need and something that they will richly enjoy. Let every farmer and his family prepare now to come. No one who even wants to be a farmer can afiord to miss it. The so called daylight saving law, inaugurated as a war measure, had its doom sealed by the House voting 233 to 132 to repeal it "on the last Sunday in October and the Senate following suit 56 to 6. Included in the six were one Democrat and five Republicans. This is one time the farmers scored, as they were piactically unamious for the- repeal, while city people generally opposed it. Professor and Mrs. C. V. Lucy are spending a month with relatives at Independence, Kenton County. Just before Jeaving Professor Lucy was asked what possibility of a he thought new Christian Church in Mount Vernon. "It looks very good to me," said he, "for these splendid people certainly deserve it and I feel sure that if they once make up their minds to erect a new church building, it Will and can be done. My very best wishes are with the movement". of-th- e J ;, m ,v; . J t it, "Fwmrvf9f . - .v. 2- - r . 1 ss. FOR ALL OF US! For with the celebration Of Independence there will be great rejoicing that our freedom is to be World Freedom. The Kaiser's fondest hopes are blasted. Right, not might, prevails. You are going to celebrate so are we. Come in and buy your Fourth of July at Clothes and Shoes to-da- y, m7& 39HMT22 &j 2k; 4SaaaK-.V- . s v t i.. ,a-J3 & i ?' '." T ".?. &fc ASS3LJt-1fe: ;5&ariv .: h OtfjK , ! LflHL.LA "t . . T : f 3 ." r C-- . '" j irr t 1m jVi . M.MK CSs 000 organ In VSPV :ilPt Em3jSOHHF " vjrv:?:w r ir & Tin of M RS. MONTGOMERY LYNCH$50.- Seattle will play the great the presentation of "The pageant of the Methodist Centenary Celebration, in Columbus, O., June 20 to July 13. Montgomery Lynch, her husband, will direct the chorus of 1,000 voices, which is a part of the pageant. Vafarer." the magnificent REDUCED FARE ADDS INTEREST Visitors to Methodist Centenary to Be Weli Cared For. REGISTRATIONS ON INCREASE Housing Committee of the Celebration Have More Than Forty Thousand Rooms In Private Homes at Their Disposal, Where Those Wno Attend Can Be Lodged as Convlently as at a Hotel. THE CASH STORE that a special low rate of one and a Announcement by the government cioiiuscs -- ivfl9 j- -r ON THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKJS car-tai- FERTILIZER I have a car of Fox Fertilizer at Leok for display ad next week. up in the manner that those who Dr. M. Pennington has been 30c and 55c. War tax included. attended either one of these so called circuses,' the American in Louisville a part of the week The trial Judge in the case of people are getting lookattending the K. E. A. and what they Oscar Jonnson, at Paris, who seem to be looking for, a good ing after some business affairs. killed Walter Rice says Johnson Miss Risse Williams went to must pay the penalty and the skinning. vis-.tor- s. Lancaster yesterday, where she will be the guest of Miss Walter, daughter of our dentist, Dr. W . T. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Britton are here from Indianapolis on a few days visit to Mt Vernon friends and looking after some business matters. Mrs. Chas. Sullivan and daughter, Miss Nannie V. Soward, are here from Indiana visiting Mrs. Sullivan's mother. Mrs. (Jarmical, and sister, Mrs. John Renner. Ben Purcell, who had twelve months service in France has returned home and like most all who come home now had his discharge. Lige Abney, a mighty good citizen of the Job net ta section, is having very serious trouble with his eyes. He is staying in town for a few days having Dr. Pennington treat them Judge S. D. Lewis has been in Louisville since the first of the week. He was looking after some business matters and took advantage of the opportunity to attend the K. E. A. Mrs. M. G. Fish went to Louisville Tuesday to have her teeth extracted. She went to the city to have the work done, in order that she might have the advantage of the oxygen gas. Bradley Brown, son of George Brown, af the Freedom section, who saw thirteen months and twenty-thre- e days service with Uncle Sam, eleven months of which was ia Fraoce, has returned home. LOCAL date of his execution has been set for sometime in August. An appeal will possibly be taken, but there is little hope of any relief from that tribunal. Walter Rice was shot down without any apparent cause and his slayer deserves nothing but the Severest punishment. Public sentiment amoug those who know the facts, asks that the verdict rendered by the trial jury stand undisturbed. Civilization demands the removal from society such persons as Oscar Johnson, whose bloodthirsty and heartless makeup of character and disposition, is such that he could or would be prompted to such 'a dastardly -- NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Your tax for the year 1919 is now due. Please call at my office Respt. and settle same. Tip Langford, S. R. C. The second field of accommodation .vill be in public "buildings, which have een specially fitted up for this sort ,erice for the celebration. These elude the State School for the Blind. ue State School for the Deaf, the irge barracks which were provided . Ohio State university- - for the stu- cnt army training corps, and other ru.ldinss of a similar nature held in ierre should the throng exceed D A party of Dixie Highwaymen, including President M. M. Alii, son and Secretary Robinson, Directors Anderson, of Georgia, Sanford, of Kuoxville and one or two more Directors of the Dixie Highway Association, Mr. Gail breth, Secretary, Detroit Auto mobile Club, and Mr. Batchelder, President American Automobile per dav for a single person in a Association, were here Wednes ,ui and tl 50, per day for two perday making an inspection tour ns in 3 room." Always tenerously provided with deed. of the Eastern branch of this 5tauiants. Columbus at the present road from Cincinnati to Chatta "ue ib" having its number largely The "Get To Gether" meeting nooga. Another prominent highby reason of many places be-.held in the Masonic Hall Wed- wayman in the party was the turned into restaurants which,, nesday evening, looking toward a Kentucky State Road Commis- . ere occupied as cafes before May' In new Christian church in Mt. Ver- sioner, Rodman Wiley, the man 4, when the state became dry.facil-.ie- s tddltion to these, extraordinary non was well attended and the who is doing everything he can for feeding large numbers quick-are being installed In the exposi-.oopinion unanimous that the con to bullc this Dixie Highway and grounds. gregation of the Mt. .Vernon all other roads in old Kentucky. Christian Church should have a They spent Monday night in new and better home for wor Berea as guests of the Berea Plans to participate a tobacco ship. When the vote was put Good Roads Club and were royal prohibition movement wera given whether there should be a new ly entertained there at the Boone a set back in Pittsburg, where church and that same should Tavern with a banquet, after a judge refused a charter to the not cost lese than $20,000 nor which a meeting was held on the "No Tobacco Corporation," "bemore than $25 000, theie was not College Campus. This meeting cause as he stated, the law proa dissenting vote from any one was attended by possibly 300 viding for incorporations was of the forty or fifty enthusiastic good roads people from every not for the promulgation of members present. Committees county along the line. Kockcas-ti- e theories as to effect and consewill get busy at once to see if was represented bv County quences of personal ha"bits. The the money can be raised and Judge Mullins, County Road En concern stated in its petition every effort will be made to get gineer. Bradbury, State Road In that its object was to obtain bv g v n .en present generous expectations. The third line of convenience for je. hospitality of Columbus is in the me- -, of the citizens themselves. ore than 40,000 rooms have been v.ed with the housing committee. nd these are card indexed by loca- on, telephone number and best eans of access. Visitors to the Cel- ration can be lodged as conveni- itly as a clerk at a hotel assigns a 'isitcr to his room." In order that e.e might be no misunderstanding, oommittee in charge has a uni- rm rate fcr accommodations in pri- .c dwellings. The charge will be greatly influenced by constitu-tutionconditions requires conHall's treatment. stitutional Medicine is taken interCatarrh nally and acts thru the Blood 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, The 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 al WILDIE And a Car of O K. at by July. 1st MT. VERNON SEE ME IF YOU NEED FERTILIZER I have the Paris Green for your Tobacco W. B. . Sigmon x1 for list of testimonials. MT. VERNON, KY. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists 75C A recruiting party from Camp 9m Zacbary Taylor consisting of - t m Lieut. Roy S. Bradley, P. A., Sergeant Thomas Stanton, Albert C. Moyer, Ambrose C. London and Simon Broder, will visit Mt. Vernon June 27, aud 28. Single men, physically qualified between the ages of 18 and 45 years, will a be accepted for domestic service with the A. E. F. or service with organizations for duty on the Mexican bordtr Accepted applicants may have their choice of any branch of service. Colored men who have seen service may also be accepted . Lt. Roy S. Bradley, f a. BOOZE IS 3SOT A GOOD CUBE .1 We 1 i m GROCERIES MEAT, Including Carry a Pull Line of -- - .. . LARD, - Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. MEAL o FLOUR and in fact everything that is kept in an up-t- date Grocery WE ALSO HAVS A GOOD LINE OF Men's and Boys' OVERALLS 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. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our 10C COUNTER, Which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. . Mrs. Mink, who was Miss Ella Hunt, a sister of Mrs. John Parsons, died at her home ia the Southern part of the county Sua-daShe was said ,to have had BeJUgra. The burial - took pkce y. -- at Mtretburg. i9iq- - and spector Tackett, Frank Dees, complete building as soon as pos- Col. Jim Maret and W. H. Fish. sible in 1 920 Cake and ice cream The party were all - mattng Hhis in copious quantities were served trip at their own expense and in by the Willing Workers. Other the interest ot the Dixie Highmeetings will be held from time way They found the grade to time until all plans arr defin- over Scaffold Cane Hill almost as itely worked out The question slick as ice but had little trouble of a location' has not been con- in getting over with the high sidered very seriously, but it is powered machines they were, almost certain that the new bu'jld driving,. The people of Rockcas- iug will be in some other part of iub uuiuu muj apjJieiare wu&t of asingr the present others are trying to do for s ia ' octUon. buildine this Dixie .J " the work started in prohibition of the culture, sale aud use of tobacco Notwith- tow-inste- ad standing this judge's action though, tobacco prohibition is the next thing on the program of the reformers to make men good by act of legislature. This is one of their theories .that will never be popular and will end in We can see bo use failure. whatever in shewing, smoking. and snuffing bat millkms.of otbftcs can audt1ay d, ' When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares he will die in your presence unless you 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 paople that .booze is the 5C0 CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street On ) 11 s itm best remedy for colicand stom ach ache. h Calves Poultry Wan rAKK 836 DAY tf CO. Phone m 44-Walnut Fp SAWtr A, 1917 model Ford, iw extra good conditkm-three new casings. Will sell worth the moaey. j H. T.' Young, MtrVereon, Ky. , k The very high price of calf hides weighing under 16 lbs. is boosaia; tie Spring Chickena 50a per lb., Hens 26c, Roosters 15c. price of Calves. You will get more mosey'out of a 2 lb. chicken bow tbaa you will one twice, that heavy later. Will furnishy oi coops weighing oly 15 lbs. Calf Market Today UW 181c td Street each, saving a lot on your. express charges aad will furakk you seta! tags for your calf shipmeBts. Wrlleueasd ship quick while prices are high Hio-hw.i- r "-- y, wiU fee to it that thir,rikt8 JnJ Cl-L- -' C " C'i - n L- 1 Reference: Fourth NattftMl Cincinnati, Ohio , 3ak, " 'V I. - r r .- - - -- . vs- 1, - ry r Children Cry for Fletcher's vmy B""""r"""",""rBBIBif -- ,. - - . .J BBjIbV'B WHTfH9 v. When the. Qermans, after months of b'uffing and whining, being deni' d any further grace of tim?. finally announced ihei flpci.sfon t.i sign the peace treaty it was with the qualification that the terms were monstrous, that all 9! them could not be observed and vith the intimation that thev did iiob mean to try to observe ., . fc-- . as et,4eMrnJTr..-virv'-- -- l:S - -- I The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has-bee- n i& use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-pZ-2; sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. " .are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good " harmless substitute for Castor- Oil. Castona Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. it contains neither Opium, Morphine nor o'ther narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years, it has teen, in constaxtt-usfor therelief of' Constipation, Flatulency "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness 'arising therefrom, and by regulating: the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food;, giving healthy and aatuial sleep. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. p e What is CASTOR! A is a ; . some of them -This inti. nation was 'entirely superfluous. The woild know the U rmaiis prt'tty well by now It Knows that they will nofr carry out the terms of the treaty unless they have to It knows that the lack pf g( od faith and honor is a - iliCEIIllIES Mi. characteristic Of German Kultur .HHH. . ww sHHIA I iaHHH jHL, , GENUINE CASTOR! A 9 Bears ALWAYS the Signature of ET'' m- W B .r BWflBBW In Use For Over 36 Years The Kind Yo u, H a ve Always Bought HtWYOBKCITY. THKCtNTAUIteOMFANY. i OLD AGE STARTS Science says that old ace begins with weakened .kidneys and digestive organs. This being true, it ia easy to believe keeping that by organs the kidneys and. dLr costive cleansed and in proper working order old age can be deferred and Ufa prolonged tar beyond that enjoyed by the average person. For over 200 years GOLD MEDALi Haarlem On has been relieving the weaknesses and disability due to advancing years. It is a standard old-tihome remedy and needs no Introduction." GOLJ) MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Is Inclosed Id odorless, tasteless capsules containing about 5 drops eftch. Take them as you would a pill, with a small . WITH YOUR KIDNEYS nwallow of water. The oil stimulate the kidney action and enables the organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New Ufa and strength increase as., you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking- a capsule or two each day. GOLD M&DAIi Huarlero Oil Capsules will keep you in health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not waU until old age or disease have settled down for good. Go to your druggist and get a box of (SOLD MKDAL Haarlem OH Capsules. Money refunded if they do not help you. Three sizes. But remember to ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. In sealed packages.. obligations. It knows that except as compelled by stronger Powers to respect it, the treaty of peace which' "they are npw to sign will, be as much a scrap of paper as other --treaties which they have signed. On that point the victors have no illusidnsl They expect noth ling from the beaten foe except what they are able to take: They expect no-- compliance by. Ger many with the obligations which she assumes except where, by superior power, they are in readiness to compel compliance. 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