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Mount Vernon signal: July 4, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919070401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 4, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Q 6 i m W $ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 31) annl MT. VERNON, -- VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE f IN ermm Signs! COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 4. 1919 sign which read, 15 miles per hour. Mart looked at his machine and then at the road and finally exclaimed; "Well, I don't know whether I can make it or not, but I am going to try it". Mrs. George Smith has been with her mother, at Corbin, a few days this week. G. D. Cook has returned from Somerset after a few days visit with his brother, Attj. James Cook. One morning last week our friend C. L Black, put on his Sunday clothes and went into the s'.able where Jhis mules were. One of them thought a stranger bad entered his stall, declared war and began using his heels. Black retreated from his place of danger the first opportunity and left. Black say be always attended to the mules in his work clothes and that they did not know who he was, as they had never bothered him before. Miss Lillian Kathleen Hansel and little brother, Ralph, are vis- Ljting relatives in Mt. Vernon this week. J. W. Baker, Jr. was in Richmond latter part of last week on bnsiness Mrs. W. H. Krue-geof Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Tuesday, Mrs. J. W. Higgins? has returned home afrer a fe;v days visit with rela tives at Mt Vernon. L. H. Rice was in Louisville latter part of last week. Blackberries, of which r, ESTABLISHFD .til 1887 I --- NUMBER 41 BANK STATEMENT. there is a promise of a large crop, started off at 40c per gallon. C Report of the condition of the PeoA. Blantord and K B Owens ples Bank, doing business at the town motored to Stanford Wednesday. of Alt. Vepnon, County of Rockcastle, State bfKentucky, at the close of busi- I T Sf & t S BIG FOR DEMOCRATIC ness on the 25th day of June 1919. RESOURCES 1 -- -3 .'' y REDUCTION SECRETARY OF STATE j,rjy,.u .4. Loans and discounts Overdrafts secured ;and un4.224.S0 secured Stocks, bonds and other se12.350.00 curities Due from banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Banking house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate Other assets not included under any of the above heads expenses paid. . . . 21,563.42 6.793.1S 3.477.0S 5,000.00 438.42 LADI ES' 2,430.12 Suits Coats Capes $185,594.47 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in, in cash 3 20,000.00 '.... 6,000.09 Surplus fund profits, less exUndivided 5,643.16 penses and taxes paid. . Deposits subject to check . 153.946.31 Total ) 8185,594.47 D. E. McQUEARY PRIMARY, AUGUST 2nd Skirts Yes, down go prices en a big lot of Bischof Suits, Coats and Capes. The manufacturer sold tbem tons at Big reduction so we can sell you a $50' or $60 coat or suit for say $25, or a $25 or $30 cape for $10 or $12. These bargains will be at this, store every day for a time, but we cannot guarantee how long they'll be here before some one else sees them. The first that comes will be the first served. V TM s 1." SUTTON & MCBEE LIVINGSTON UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads mm am J, CASTORIA 4 Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR State of Kentucky, Countv of Rockcastle f ou" We, U.G.Baker and Floyd Miller, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the obove statement is true to the best of our knoledge and belief. U. G. Baker, President, FLOYD MIllhr, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July 1919, W. H. Fish, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 14, 1922. TrrYVT--- y xTTV4 4 4TT i 4 iSfY I y Lincoln County Land at Wednesday July 1 6th 10 O'CLOCK I will sell to the highest bidder the first class and highly productive farm his prop-ert- y Main Street to John will be also. Thev claim that Cockrell. Price paid $800. Mr. the next step will be to cut tobacO'Mary will move his family to co out. One thing we want left Louisville. D. B. Rauibois visit- is coffee and chewing gum and ing' relatives at Stanford for a then we don't care how far they few days. Mrs. Georgia go. Miss Ella Mae Blantord, of has returned from Crab Louisville, is with home folks.' Orchard. She will teach school Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stewart, of at Preachersville this year. Dr. Cincinnati, who have been visitCharley Sowder, of Indianapolis, ing rtlatives here, have returned Ind., has returned home after a home. Livingston went over visit with his aunt Mrs. Sue Mul-lin- s the top in the drive for the Salvaand other relatives. Ke has tion Army. We learn that just landed from over seas. Har- - srreatlv exceeded it nnntn ait vey Owens, of the Spiro neigh- - we have said bef0re, when count borhood, was here between trains ing up the eood kind and geuer Monday.-T- he reunion at Level 0us folks of earth, always count Green is over and those that T.ivinfn in hQ rnu . . .UQwvu kwu UUUVU XUC missed it, missed a great time: little boy of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. One of the finest dinners thatwas Owens has been quite siok but is ever set before a gathering was better at preseut. J. M. Foure spread by the good people of old and granddaughter, have returnLevel Green, who know how to ed from Knoxville, Tenn. J. P. please every one.. We met lots E. Drummond, of Knoxville, of people we had not seen for Tenn., is in Livingston this weeek years and theie were some absent Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Parman, of whom we learned had crossed London, Ky., have been visiting over the river. We guess our Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kincer. next reunion will be over yonder, Swannie Price, of Level Green, where our devoted teacher and" is visiting his brother, Victor part of the school have gone. S. Price, and sister. Mrs. Fred E. Pennington and daughter. Mullins. We passed through our Mrs. Cleo Griffin, were down old friend's territory on our way frotn,London Wednesday. to Level Green. We would have Mrs. Mattie Smith, of Winches- been glad to have met the Brodter, was here between trains on head scribe, but it seemed fate her way to Brodhead to visit her . had decreed - otherwise. W. M. mother, Mrs. James Owens.--'(Mart- ) Hicks was coming home Bernard Franklin passed through in his car he purchased in Mt. here a few days ago en route to', Vernon a few days ago, when he Mt. Vernon from Lexington happened to see the speed limit on Mc-Clure J.T. O'Mary has sold where he had been to visit his grandmother. Prohibition is a certainty and Woman Suffrage of S, B, Sanders and W, S, Carrier, on the Rush Branch pike, near Hubble, 5 miles from Stanford, 6 miles from Lancaster, 7 miles "from Danville, Louisville & Nashville Railroad Summer Excursion Fares Are Now In Etfect To Various Summer Resorts Providing Attractive Vacation Trips FOLLOWING are ROUND TRIP RATES FROM The best location ever. Accessible to three markets. Farmers in this neighborhood always get a better price for stock and farm products by reason of the competion of buyers from three county seats. Make inquiry of these farmers and you will find this is true. The land is very fertile, level and rolling, long frontage on pike. Will be subdivided and "SOLD" in several tracts from 25 to 100 acres in each tract. Look it over before day of sale and we will "bunch" two or more tracts if you want to buy it that way, "Main dwelling. 5 rooms, porches, etc., one 3 room tenant house, one 5 room tenant house, 2 stock barns, 3 new tobacco barns. I MT. VERNON TO NEARBY RESORTS Big ( ( ( 20 acres in tobacco, 35 acres in corn, J 0 acres rye and grass, 40 acres in wheat stubble, J JO acres Blue Grass 20 acres orchard grass and clover, Everlasting Water See this farm before you buy. In the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky, Close to school and churches. Most centrally located. Sale made to dissolve War Tax Extra): SpriRgs, Ky. kt, SUie Gap, Va. $ 8.46 JMawid $12.56 Frtsklii, Ky. Hartsrille, Tens. 11.24 GiMi,Tei. 13.74 Inriie, Ky. 5.76 Westmrelrsd, Teis. 12.62 3.78 13.69 "My goods are on the counter". Look them over. Attend this sale and get one of the bargains in land. This will be a money maker for some one. partnership. What is the use of further description ? Twreit, Ky. Possession January 1, 1920. 'Easy Terms. For fares to other points, or further particulars, apply to local Ticket Agent. 7-- 25 S"winebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN LANCASTER, KY. W. E, MOSS, Advertising Manager. Look up the advertisements of my auction sales on July 15th. July 2lst. July 22nd and July 23rd. HOTICh TO THE TAX PAYERS . .! wOi K CASTLE V m- - COUNTY: tax for the year 1919 is TlPLAGFORD, S. R.'C. j- CASTTO R I A For Infants and Children n. .i c0tn ncA uue. cao Please call at my office T.of. In Us For Ovr30 Yars Alwabean. 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Looking solely 10 this end. w MEMBER OF appeal to the Democrats to thin' KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION soberly, even prayerfully, and then act wisely. The Democrats PY it tOCn of the btate will select their owi uominees. Tney win marcn w the polls on the second of August and proclaim their individual choice. In . that election the poorest citizen of Rockcastle wih We are' authorized to announce W. T. SHORT have the same voice as the rich Senator in the est man in Louisville, Covington as a candidate for State 17th Senatorial District, subject to the or Lexington. It will be a ticket action of the Republican party at its selec p i uy the people that will primary election on August 2, 1919. represent 'and serve the people Yea, more, if the Democrats act ANNOUNCEMENTS wiseh i the August Primary, it We are authorized to announce will ma'ie the election of the HON. E. BULLOCK ticket, easier in November. 1 I Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. 'CCuCCiv Allow no one to deceive vnu in this. " are but Counterfeits, Imitations and " All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. '? Just-as-go- od Castoria is a 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 teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, What is CASTOR! A I Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Put a Matting Rug Qxi2 on the floor during summer and notice how much cooler it makes the room. Bare floors or floors covered with woolen carpets just seem so hot and stuffy during the hot days that the house vvife will just naturally put down a beautiful bordered Japan matting rug and make the room seem so much cooler. We are showing them in different colors and designs at $2B75 for a 9x12 ft. and 98c for a 3 by 6 Rug. We sold four of those good mattresses last week. on the road GENUINE CASTORIA ?Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 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. KENTUCKY Rockcastle County is a law abiding county. Its citizens are patriotic in all things. To uphold the law is a duty The new Revenue law provides that the Tax payer shall "come to the County seat and give his July 1st and October 1st each year. Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. Any one failing to comply with this law, will be fined not exceeding fifty dollar. I am asking you to come in on an early date, before the weather gets bad and before I am crowded list-betwee- Csfyv&&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always More THE ATTOKNEY GENERALSHIP NOMINATION. Judge Frank E. Daugherty, of Bardstown, and Ryland C. Mustek, of Jackson, in the 9th Congressional District, are the conDemo- Bought Speak for yours THK CENTAUR COMPANY. NKW YORK CITY. - -- 4 and won over Daugherty for the nomination for the same .office. By reason of these two fights and for other reasons not necessary to mention here, Daugherty is looked upon as not a very strong candidate in his own bailiwick. But there is another reason why Daugherty should not be nominated and one that every who loves his State Democrat and his Party should carefully consider. Eli Brown is Judge Daugherty 's sponsor and champion. The moment Eli Brown heard of any worthy, honest and capable Democrat being urged to run for Attorney General, he would immediately set about, with every means at his command to stop such a movement. He would not only use messengers but letters and telegrams in his efforts to keep them out of the race. Brown claimed that Daugherty has already organized the State with his assistance and that no one has a chance to de feat him; that certain powerful influences are behind Daugherty, which spells victory. Such methods have been adopted and used by Eli Brown on men who were not even seriously thinking of running for the nomination but whom Brown had heard mentioned for the place. He even attempted to prevent Ryland Musick from running as he frowned on aud discouraged the entry of others against Daugherty. Brown was determined, if possible, that Daugherty, should have no oppo silion. Why should the bosom friend and rich beneficiary of I9O9, came baek defeated for the nomination in kept at hand by every family. tending candidates for the cratic nomination for Attorney General. Which one should the Democrats nominate ? Dangherty lives in the 4th Congressional Distiict and spends a great deal of his time in the city of Louisville. Musick is originally from Scott County, but lives now, and ha.c for years, in with work. My office will be Jackson, l3reathitt County. He opened from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. is well known in Centra and C. T. SIGMON, Northern Kentucky. He is a soRockcastle County Tax ber and industrious man. He is a clean, upright man and recogSUMMER COMPLAINT nized as a good lawyer He is QUICKLY RELIEVED aggressive and believes thorough "About two years ago when ly in a better and more enlight-enedan- d progressive Kentucky. suffering from a severe attack of summer complaint, I took ChamBut what of Judge Daugherty? berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea He was once Commonwealth At- Remedy andit relieved me almost torney of the 10th Judicial Dis- instantly," writes Mrs. Htnry trict. His nomination for that Jewett, Clark Mills, N. Y. This office was very doubtful and in is an excellent remedy for colic 1915, his opponent, whom he had and Diarrhoea and should be ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FISCAL COURT To the Road Overseers of Rockcastle County: All public roads worked by malitia must be completed and reports tiled by the respective overseers with the Magistrates of each magisterial district, by the oversetrs on or before the 1 st day of October, 1919, if said roads are not worked and reports filed no k allowance will be made to the overseers. No claim will be paid unless ordered by a 'Phone 25 II! II id .1 1 Gi S sTC CT m i NiPSifS ill MIMTCfP Every working dry of the year 75,000,000 cf meat are required t: supply hems ncC. export needs and oiJy 10 T'zt ctru of i'riz is exported. TIicgo facts muil be l:;pt in mind wr.on considering ths U. S. Durrr. f Markets report lhal on June 1, 1919, there were 1,348,lv,0,000 pounds of meats in cold storaj. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days' supply. H'. Hi!1'! Where the newest things are shown while they are new LIVINGSTON, KY, This meat is net artificially withheld froi trade channels to maintain or advance prices. I.Ieat3 in storage consist of C5 Accomplishing "the impossible" iii a cigarette! It is years back since smokers have heard of any NEW quality in a cigarette. per cent, (approximate) hams, bacon, etc., in proc-:r.- j cf curu ,. It takes 30 to 90 rfsys in pickle or salt to complete the process. 10 C per ccr.t is frozen pork that is to be cured hirer in the year. 19 Justice or County Judge. If said roads are not worked each overseerls subject to an indictment in the Circuit Court. And each overseer is to keep all emergency work done at once, per cent is lard. This is only four-fiftof a pound per capitn, and much of it will have to go to supply European needs. per cent is frozen beef and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government and was intended chief.y for over-sea- s shipment. If this were all diverted to domestic trade channeb, it would be only lz lbs. per capita a 3 days' supply. hs a cigarette that does what would never have believed a cigarette smokers But here, at last, is could do. ' !" Here's a cigarette that satisfies Chesterfields. Chesterfields touch the "smoke-spo- t" Chesterfields let you know you're smoking. Chesterfields and Chesterfields only SATISFY ! :iH!! 1007c such as removing obstructions, filling mud holes, and washouts and may name the malitia or hands to do this emergency work at any time the necessity re- quires it. AH overseers are requested to report to their nearest Justice of the Peace all rightofways that are not cut offby August 20, 1919. A true copy attest: S. F. Bowman, C. From this it will be seen that "meats in storage" represent merely unfinished goods in process of curing and the working supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady fijw of finished product. Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. . Address Swift & Company, Chicago, HI. Union Stock Yards, If s all in the blend a blend of the finest selections of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. And the formula for this blend is the manufacturer's secret Unlike a patent3 it cannot be copied or even closely imitated N Light up a Chesterfield, some time today, and see how promptly your smoke-sens- e will put the O. K. on "satisfy." cA ijSfs(&tpAtlr&6tKi R. C. C. Swift & Company, U. S. A. nrrnuce RFrnirn ov 1SWIFT& COMPANY THIS SHftVU?1 WHAT a THE AVERAGE DOLLAP State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of E. J. Cheney &. Co , doing busintss in the city of Toledo County and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6tb day of December, A. D 1886 A. W. (Seal) Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internady and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo 0., Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for GL-EASQ- N. Wr I2L 96 amy Oil PRODUCTS ...,NO BY tiniAwr TH ii CENTS IS PAID fOH ....... Miu IVtCJW Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended 9 ToStodcfoiseHJ tZ.ee CEfTS f 3B IAD0B .w. kutis HtJ.TAI.N3 , SWIFT tSu. nun &C0M5VWT fniv rnvrii I AC .a f jy fly Old John ' Barleycorn saw bis finish at midnight Monday, President Wilson deciding, that be had no legal power to lift the war time prohibition, the ;act specifying that it must continue ti I u:v .: t:il we ueuiuuiiizubiun Ul me tiu army and not on the signing of peace. Congress did not accept his proposition to lift fthe ban on wines and beer, so the country is now as dry as the desert of Sahara. Mr. Wilson added in his statement that when the -, Tj-- Stanley's administration champion Daugherty's campaign? Is he to be appointed special counsel in important cases like he was in the now famous Harkne5s tax case in the City cf Lexington? We do not know Mr. Musick personally, but before discussing the respective merits of these two men for the place they Seek, we set abbut honestly and cor scientiously to odtain the truth as to both of them. Neither can d.idte is under any obligation. to power to act without congressional action will be exercised. But with more than a million soldiers still in Europe and judging by the slo wness of their discharge, the demobilization will not be complete before prohibition takes effect in January, 1920 &Af I C. C. - ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Williams W OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, .on Church St. Special atten 'PNONK 80 MT VEENON.KY VOWmlihS&fflfM Wto-L-P 4fMv -iVw and Jem whatever fiesb, te 1 the weather. I ! demobilization is complete kisl .- -. JtV L. jm T . S5K6" f iJ&Lx-- O i 43' .y 5 Mrs. Wansley Baker was ad Mt. Vernon Signal judged insane Tuesday aud taken She is in a very Mt. Vernon, Ky, Ju 1919 serious condition. D. E. McQueary, candidate for up 'No. 79" wnen wratit toCommuaU Secretary of State, was reared on one with SIGNAL a farm in Pulaski County. He is a Christian man and a loyal Democrat. to Lexington. NOTICE. A liberal reward for any in 79 79 formation that will lead to the. finding of one deep Bay Horse, ! 5 years old, about 16 hands high with a slight corked place on the right hind hoof. Roy L. Welis, East Bernstadt, Ky. Three DATES To Remember JULY 7 JULY D. Louisville &N E. McQueary, of Pulaski The writer, on a return trip FIRST WEEK Rockcasf Te Counfy Teachers' Tnsfifufe 5 DAYS L I ' 7 u of State, is a loyal Democrat and privilege and pleasure of stop a Christian, temperance man. He ping for a few moments to see TIME TABLE. J4-J5-- J6 22 nortn 4.57 p wil1 aelP tue ticket win in No- - Ray Miller, the youngest son ot the late M. C. Miller. Ray lives 24 north a m vember. 3:35 3 DAYS AT MT. VERNON 23 south Sam "Cull" McUlure and Mrs. six miles from L&wrenceburg on 12:35 P m 21 South 12:45 a m'Mollie Sears, daughter of W. M. a farm, he is married and has one baby, a little girl two years I as. Landrum, Agent, j Arnold, were married Tuesday. Home-Comin- g 13-14-- 15 Mis. Sears has lived in Arizona old. He is book Keeper for the Phone No. 8. ior several years aud only re Cedar brook Distillery at a good ) A4 3 DAYS AT MT. VERNON vue If 1 T cmerea &i ll. ail vernou, rw.. tuonj-ut- A cently returned to Mb. Vernon. salary. Morning and evening is mail matter. as second-clas- s spent in his tobacco and other John Barleycorn is dead and crops. .Ray has the reputation PERSONAL beyond any doubt there were of being a hustler and everything Abney, of Disputanta, more, sorrowing friends joined in indicates as much. His brother, Spencer the final procession of old John Scott is in the automobile busiwas in town yesterday. you and your family to come and make our store your store thau ever was seen or ever will ness in Versailles and is doing Judge R. G. Williams is here telephone is working fine and we you to use be seen in a funeral procession. well. from Covington today. do ask you to buy a thing we to show you the new John D. Miller was out from .NOTICE The indications are that the styles in Clothing, Shoes, Shirts and Furnishings Louisville one day this week. Auyone wishing to buy a uke Farmers' Community Meeting to be conducted here on the 14th, Miss Hazel Johnson spent last stdck of groceries will see me at r5th and 16th will be a success, week with friends in London. once. 1 will sell at a bargain. NEW AND not only from the fact of it beTohn Lair and John Albright W. H. brown, ing a good meeting, but also are in Louisville spending the 7 4 tf. Mt. Vernon, Ky. from a large attendance. There Fourth. Rouse Wilmott, who is in the is a general interest in this meetBentley Sparks who has a good asylum at Lexington is not any ing and to hear people from all position in Lexington is at home better. Mrs. Wilmott and sister, sections of the county saying for a few days. and Charley Hurt went to Lex- they expect to attend. There are THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE JBANKS Little Willie Elizabeth Davis, ington Mondav to see him and very few farmers the county in who has been very sick for the found him in a very serious who would not appreciate receiv- w past week, is considerably better ing one of these Duroc pigs, and Miller McCoy, who has been in ggfejLEftDIttO Dr.J.W.P. Brouse,of Somerset, in addition to these prizes, we the service for four years has is a candidate ror the Democrat- have some other very valuable been discharged and is now at ic nomination for State Auditor. ones to offer those who attend home. We douot if there is a candi-jat- e the afternoon sessions, such as Mrs Emraett Sowder is very BANK STATEMENT for any of the various offices three months subscription to sick and has been for several better fitted to fill the place they daily papers, yearly subscriptions days. Her condition is reported seek, than is Dr. Brouse for the to farm papers and local weekly Report of the condition of the Citi-aevery serious. papers. It will be worth while of Bank, doing business in the town office of Auditor. Brodhead, county of Rockcastle, to attend these meetings. Miss Georgia McFerron has State of Kentucky, at the close of busThe Senior play which was gone to Lake Chatauqua, N. Y , The writer had the pleasure of iness on the 25th day of June 1919. to have been given the last of to take a special course in priRESOURCES the school, but postponed on ac- stopping for a few moments in mary work. Loans and Discounts count of the sickness and later Shelby ville Monday to see J. H. Overdrafts, secured and un- $80,769.87 Mr and Mrs Vic Francisco, of the death of Mr. T. B Lair, will Barnett and family. We found secured 1,374.99 Lebanon Junction, are rejoicing be given next Wednesday night in Mr. and Mrs. Barnett well and Stocks, bonds and other seover the arrival of a fine boy at the chapel of the graded school enjoying good health. Grider curities 35,351.10 13,319.00 their home. building. This play was written Barnett is a half owner in Shelby-vilP- s Due from banks Cash on hand. 8,760.56 Mrs. R. E. Thompson and by John Lair, who will play the best garage and having all Lanking house, furniture daughter, Miss Tanna, of Crab leading role, it will be enjoyed the work he can do.Allen, who and fixtures 1,100.00 Orchard, are spending the week and we hope to see the house was recently discharged from Other assets not included unwith Mrs. W. M. Poynter. der any of above beads the service having, the rank of a filled for the occasion. Expenses paid 1,090.07 Mioses Lillian and Kathleen NOT ICE OF DISSOLUTION Major, is at home for the summer, Total fill a chair in $136,765.59 but will Hansel, and brother Ralph, of OF LIVINGSTON COAL Georgetown College when the LIABILITIES. COMPANY, A CORLivingston, have been visiting PORATION. school opens in September. The Capital stock paid in, in cash $15,000.00 their aunt, Mrs. Geo. S. Durham Surplus fund 3.000.00 Notice is hereby given that the youngest son, Capt. Jim Barnett Undivided profits, less exMr. and Mrs.Earl Winters, and penses and taxes paid little daughter, Mary, of Cincin Livingston Coal Company, In- is still in the service. Mr. Barnett 4,376.77 and family are glad to be back Deposits subject to ) nati, are spending the week with corporated, is closing up its busicheck $81,982.37 J Mrs. Winters' sister, Mrs. Ellen ness by unamious consent of its in Shelbv, their native county, Demand rvrMfinnt! 114 9B0 ft V7"OU can see for yourself that the Chandler is the most closely ' ' but there will long linger with of Deposit 32,406.45 stockholders. Price. priced fine car in the whole American market. Printer's- - ink them, a tender spot for Rockcas Livingston Coal Company, Misses Elsie Truman, of Louislends itself to the presentation of claims and facts alike. We Total $ 136,765.59 tie, where they spent several B. D. Fannou, President. ville, and Alice Williams of make it our purpose, in speaking of the Chandler, to deal with R. B. Winkler, Secretary. pleasant and profitable years and State of Kentucky set. Frankfort and Lieut. George County of Rockcaste facts only. The first airplane to pass over have many warm friends. Errick Weeks, of Indianapclis, We, R. H. Hamm and A. M. Hiatt And this we believe to be the fact, that no other automobile are guests of the. Misses Sparks. Mt. Vernon, went thru yesterElijah Abney, who has been President and Cashier of the above built so well, built of such good materials, built in such good Judge Cam Mullins was in day morning. The machine was here the past week having his eyes Bank, solemnly swear that 'the above design, is priced within hundreds of dollars of the Chandler price. Ucvington last week to see his headed South, was traveling at a treated, says tbey are doing fine. statement is true to the best of our The Chandler motor is truly a great motor. There is none knowledge and belief. son, Everett, who holds a good very high altitude and from the He thinks he will be able to go better. Fifty thousand Chandler owners know it. And countless R. H- - Hamm, President position with the railroad and re- short time it took the air bird to his home in a few days. A. M- - Hiatt, Cashier. thousands of their friends and neighbors know it. Now in its cently had a promotion and raise to pass out of sight, was evident Subscribed and sworn to before me seventh year of constant development, without radical change ly traveling af a very high rate Washington, June 30 The this 2 day of July, 1919. in salary. of design, it approximates perfection. of speed. The noise of the mo- Department of Justice is under- My Commission Expires Dec 18, 1920. Little Elizabeth Sparks fell tor could be distinctly heard, stood to have decided that sale of The whole Chandler chassis, simple and sturdy, is dependable Miranda Tate a buggy Saturday and for from yet the machine was so high light wines and beer shall not be and enduring. And Chandler bodies, graceful in line, roomy Notary Public. several hours was feared that that wih the natural eye, it interfered with under the warand comfortable, luxuriously upholstered and beautifully finshe was serious-lhurt. We are looked to be very a ished, are suggestive of the best custom work. small affair. time prohibition law. Attorney General Palmer will glad to say that she is about Instructions went forward to. issue a statement to day on the This is our first week lo fully alright again. day to District Attorneys in wet Department's attitude on the en Miss Margaret Fish is in Stan- appreciate the situation where territory that will delight you and your family. It is big and handsome, seats seven the Department forcement of the law which be- grown persons without crowding, and will take you anywhere in comfort. ford visiting her sister, Mrs. S. there is a paper shortage. The would abide by the recent decision comes effective at miduight. B. McKenzie and taking in the L. & N. failed to deliver our The Chandler is fast when you want speed. It is flexible and instantly in the test case brought in New In permitting saloons to re-- 1 the York responsive in crowded traffic. It is powerful on steep grades. also getting acquaint- paper and ouly through Chatauqua and would not prosecute main open for the sale of 2 3- -4 per ed with her new niece and name courtesy of E U. Walton who dealers selling The Earlier You Place Your Order, The Earlier You May Have Your Car beverages con- cent, beverages, the Department sake, little Miss Margaret Mc- sent us enough paper to print taining not more than 2 3- -4 per of Justice is understood not to what we do have, are we unable SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Kenzie. cent, alcohol. forego the privilege of prosecu- Touring Car, SI 795 Roadster. SI 795 Willie Frakes and George Jar-be- r, to do what we have. Additional Four-Pa- s lenger Dispatch Car, SI 875 Limousine, S3095 the only colored boys to go to ads and several rolumns of good Convertible Sedan, S269S Convertible Coupe, S2595 12122 .aXiIIISI- - III- news items had to be omitted, All prices f. o. b. Cleveland France from this county, have retutned. We are sure these but the railroad did not bring boys made good soldiers and we our paper and therefore we are Zllmm 2!!' are glad to see them back home giving our patrons the best we can. " safe and sound. S Farmers Milling Co. with $20- -, CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO LOCAL 000.00 Capital stock, is a new --tf mr-Rockcastle concern which filed SALESMEN WANTED. articles of incorporation with the Coffee; Sugar, Canned Goods, To solicit orders for lubricat- Secretary of State this week. tion later, if its contention that to go through without unusual Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. ing oils, grease and paints. Sal- The incorporators are Hiram 2 3- -4 per cent, beer is intoxicat- delay and they say their enactIncluding ary or. Commission. Address Laws, W. G. McBee, Hugh Mc-Be- e ing is upheld. In short, the ment wiil serve to make illegal THE LENNOX OIL & PAINT and C D. Sutton. The headquestion merely is held in abey- the sale of light wines and 2 3- -4 and in fact everything that ij CO. Cleveland, O. quarters will be Brodhead. The ance until a final decision is per cent, beer, at least until kept in an up-t- date Grocery Farmers Milling Co., are reached in the test cases. The the President declares demobiliW. H. Shanks, of Lincoln, for to the Rockcastle MillWE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OP Supreme Court cannot pass on zation complete. Lieutenant Governor, and Rice r ing Co. The officers are: Hiram the question before October. of Lexington for SupEubanks, and Boys' CHAMBERLAIN'S COEICAND Laws, President, Hugh McBee, ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS Laws for enforcement of both erintendent of Public Schools Vice-Pr- es. DIARRHOEA RLMEDY. and W. G. McBee ' from a genuine Panama down to the lowest war-tim- e and constitutional pro-would be mighty good men to be Sec'y-Tre- as. The directors are This medicine always wins the priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a hibition were favorably reported on the ticket with Gov. Jas. D. the above named except Mr. live and let live price. y by the good opinion if not the praise of to the House late la k in November. Laws. This mill was built by P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our Judiciary Committe. They de- those who use it. Try it when The Kockcastle County the late John Riddle and is COUNTER, which is brim full fine as intoxicating any beverage you have need of such a remedy. CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLL of bargains for every housekeeper. Institute will be held 'next equipped with the latest and containing more than one-hal- t of j Democratic Candidate For week. Every effort will be made very best machinery. A few one per cent, of alcohol. I to make this one of the most needed improvements are being GOVERNOR Consideration of the measure For Infants and Children pleasant and profitable weeks made but will be only a few days He Can Win in November, j is not to begin until after the ever "spent by the teachers in until the mill will be ready for In Use For Years Independence day holidays, but business. an institute in the county. prohibition leaders expect them Always bears Subscribe for Signal. Athe ashvillc R. R. Co. CJounty, candidate for Secretary from Louisville Monday had the AT MT. VERNON RockcasfFe Farmers' Community Meefingr Mfr Vernon AUGUST Fair and S Y. A o A WE WELCOME YOU TO ALL THESE AND INVITE Our not but want want it We Hats, COME SEE THE THINGS I cuffltfs ns CHANDLER -- SfX$795 The Fact Of the Matter " " y The New Series Touring Car J Seven-Passeng- er Four-Passeng- er :::::;::::::::;:::::::::::::;::::;:;:;:::i:;:::2:::. we carry a Fun Line of GROCERIES MEAT, sTLARD, MEAL FLOUR BRYANT BROS, m - suc-cessso- rs f Men's OVERALLS 1 to-da- 5cto 10c i J.B. West Main Street CUMMINS On CASTOR Ovr 30 A ItSSlMMMtJttrttttMtMMtMIMttltttiftttf J :. Sigoaturcof r r (Z&M s - V 'K.J " . T ."S Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLl'i CIRCUIT COURT. Martha J. Fowler, inMr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For qt ite dividually, and Martha a long while I suffered with stomadi trouble. I wculd fl. Fowler, Guardian, have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with Plaintiff etc.. butler, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have vs : Notice of Commissioner's regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but Sale. after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just Ivory Anglin, &c, seemed to tear my stomach all up. I fdund they were no good at all lor my trouble. I heard j Defendant?. By virtue of a judgment and THEDFOKB'S order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its May Term, 19 19. in the above stykcl cause. the undeisigned 3 will on Momlav, July 21st, 1919, being regular Countv Court day recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured 'for said county, between the me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best . hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or p. m , at the front door of the i acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht courthouse in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to do its important woik of the jaded liver and helps it waste materials and poisons from the systhrowing out proceed to expose to public sale, tem. This medicine should be in every household for to the highest and best bidder, use in time of need. Get a packip today. If you feel the following described tract of sluggish, take a dose tonight 1 a wili feel fresh to3 land, located in Rockcpstle Coun morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ty, Kentucky, on Clear Creek, ONE CENT A DOSE E8 (173) and bounded and described as follows: Bounded on the north by the lands ot W. A. Hammonds; on thp rast by the lands of Henry Ab uej ; on the south by the lands of John Cope; on the west by the lands of Spencer Abney, about 300 acres. The two follovvirg tracts, how over, with the riylit of way as herein set out, are excluded irom said boundary. Beginning at a 1st Trat. stake on the top i.f a ridge in Hansberry's line; thence rtfnning a straight line down the hill to a sugar tree; thence to a stone corner on the side of the county read; thence with county road to the creek; thence with l the old creek bed, up the creek to Kizzie Hansford's line, and being the west side of the John Anglin and Mary A. Anglin tract of land. 2nd Tract. Beginhing at a is a sure preservative to every surface it stike in Henry Abnes's line, runcovers. It beautifies, and at the same time ning wit a double mulberry a lengthens the life of any piece of property. straight line up the hill to a stake in R J. West's line on top of the If your property shows signs of needing ridge, including the right of way over the land between Martha B. paint, have it painted with IW?! Anglin and others, and running 33220 "(JE To Hanna's Green Seal. with Henry Abaey's line to the cmnty road. postpone the matter is false Sale to be made on a credit of economy. 6 months; purchaser Jwill be re quired to give bond with apFormula on every package. W Aj v if tli u it i proved security for the payment of tie purchase money, to have the force and eflect ot a judgment (sold Bra bearing legal interest from date of sale, with alien reserved on KY. said laud until all the purchase iH 7 1 Boone W ay OperaHouse THE PHOTOPLAY THAT HAS ROCKED THE WHOLE NATION I I CARL LAEMMLE, presents The Greatest Screen Drama It 1 r e IMT Starring Tlie Ever Produced Has Thrilled The Heart of America Millions Have Seen It They flave Laughed : nd Wept and Cheered .o HUMAN DRAMA Y of TO-DA- The GREAT THE PRODUCTION COLOSSA A Year in the making Thousands of Players Superb Oast of Principals The Biggest Screen Drama in Ten Years H eart-Seareh- ig T-eus- con-taui.- ug Mr. Geo. Owens says: e Green Seal Paint Haima's DorothyPhillips IN EIGHT PARTS I personally witnessed a performance of this drama before booking and it is in the class with "The Hearts of the World." MATIKBE and NIGHT: 2:30 and 8:30 Admission.: Matinee, 20 & 40c, Night, 30 and 55c, War Tax Included8 & laam W. B. Sigmon PHKil fSM V 512 Thursday July money is paid. G. S. BOONE WAY 856fe west I Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. EEf E2SEZK52 5?2 Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCU1 f Charley vs. : COURT Flynn, &cj, Plaintiff. Notice of Commissioner's Saie &c , M-E- -. m Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Jircuit Court,' rendered at its VI ay Term, i9r9, in the above styled cause, the undersigned will, on Monday, July 21st, 1919, it being a regular County Court day for said' county, between the liours of t o'clock and 4 o'clock p in., at the front door of the. court house in Mt Vernon, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following described tracts of land, constituting one body and located in Brodhead, Rockcastle County, Kentucky and bounded as follows: 1st Tract. Beginning at a stake in the line of the L. & N. R. K. Bo 33 ft. trom the center of the track; thence South with said railroad line to a stake in John Melvin's line; thence South with said line to two dogwoods and a hickory stump near the corner of the fence, also supposed to be in said Melvin's line; thence with the east side of the fence to a stake near said fence; thence a short line to a stake, thence another short fine to a large beech stump in the bank of a Df.lta Helton . O It's in every tee Creek to a stone on or near the side ot the county road on the edge of the creek bluff; thence with said creek bluff edge a north east course, also with county road to a stone in line f said railroad, also corner in the line of Honk Bros, lots near Water station; thence with a line of said railroad a south course to the be. ginning, containing 4 acres, more or less Sale to be made on a credit of 6 months; purchases will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a Ken reserved on said land until all the purchase money is paid. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court course crossing Negro 15 poles to a stone; thence S. 86 E. 68 poles to a stone; thence N. UJ4 W. 984 poles to a stone; thence S. 82 38 poles to a 'stone; thenc N 3 if. W 18 poles itoa stone at the County Road; thence with said road as now located 75 poles to a stake in said road at the original line; thence with said line S. SiJ W. j poles to the beginning and con-- 1 I LOSS OF APPETITE. As a general rule there is noth ing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or eat two meals a day for a few days you wilHsoon have a relish for your msals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at 'least five hours should elapse betaining sixty five acres more or less, and is the same property tween meals so as to give the 'occupied by George Ed fainter food ample time' to digest and at the time cf his death. the stomach a period of rest beBond with approved security, payable to myself as Commission fore a second meal is taken. er, bearing legal interest from Then if you eat no more than day of sale till paid, with Iein on ou crave and take a reasonable the property sold and having the amount of outdoor exercise every force and effect of a judgment day you will not need to worry will be required, of the purchaser. about your appetite. When the G. S. Griffin, loss of appetite is caused by M. C. R. C. C. constipation as is often the case, that should be corrected at once. A dose of Chamberlain's Tablets FUR FLETCHER'S will do it. &. With a Guarantee can! And it's by no means "a -- :astoria Children Cry Commissioner's Sale Mary A. A. and Others, Painter Plaintiffs, Defoneants ' scrap of paper." For it means just what it says and you've only to take it to your dealer to prove it. Here's what you'll find: "Dealers are authorized to refund your money if for any reason you are not satisfied with this can of City Club. We guarantee City Club absolutely." vs: Notice of Sale, iiARNEST iNEWLAJND Some Fotks are Queer OTHERS ARE JUST I And By Others, a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle of virture That's hovr we sell City Club. And we couldn't be 80 positive about it if we didn't Know that City Club "would measure up in every way to every smoker s desire. Your money bach if it doesn't please you. Put that in your pipe and smohe it! Circuit Court rendered at its May term 1919, 1 will offer for highest and best sale to the bidder, on a credit of six months, at public auction, at the front door of the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., on Monday July-2is- t, 191 9. between the hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and three oVlock P. M., the following described real estate located in Rockcastle county, Kentucky and on the waters of Dick's river and bounded and described as follows: -- Beginning at a, white oak, corner to the R S. Martin five acre tract; thence N. 56 W. 16 poles to a stone; thence S. 2 W fl poles to a stone; thence S. 89 B. 53 poles to a stone; thence S. 3 W. j Nafuraffy Mean A man said to us the other day, speaking of prohibition: 'We took this country away from the Indians, and if it goes dry I am in favor of giving it back to them". That is meanness! Since the boys can't buy booze" they jnst naturally say: "Here old woman is $lo, go open a bank account with Your Dealer Has It LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 15c msTmm fA- ESS333S KTcsni HUK drajn; thence crossing the crossing the drain to a hickory and sugar "trunk" sapling pointers; thence with said bluff to the bend of Negro Creek; thence up said creek with the meanders to n the beginning, and said to 10 acres, mqre or less 2nd Tract. ' Beginning at a stone in line of John Melvin, also In line of right ofv way of Knox-vill- e branch of the L.'& N. R. R. Co.; thence .with. Melvln'sline a,; con-tai- FIRST STATE BANK TWO "EARS OLD PAST. Capital D -- posits $15000.00 $64000.00 KENTUCKY LIVINGSTON, 9; 5 Jr- - 4t . iBw . H r. X ,"2fr v: - J ni