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VERNON, red-head- tertian COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 11 1919 ff 1 Mil it frl ll iI II ESTABLISHFD 1887- - ROCKCASTLE N UM1SLK 42 Kind Words from a Red Head The other afternoon a short into the store and said, ed fellow came "Do you remember me?" I looked him over a second believe I ing that Singleton's statement be published in the papers in which the original letter appeared. I have seen the originals of these statements, which are being kept on tile by the Y. M. C. A., and think it only fain that the whole investigation should be publish-- , ed, with this letter of explanation I have never known of the Y. M. C. A. in the A. E. F., charging one one cent for entertainment and do nob believe they have done so. Any soldiers having a com- tionS. which includes a copy of but wiil not tolerate any such tillery. Adjutant. the inquiry sent to Singleton's unwarranted misstatement of Company Commander.Singleton's facts. I know you will be glad . statement in reply and a letter to give this the same publicity as BATTERY "A" i2th FIELD ARTILLERY AMERICAN j from Uol. Von Holtzendort, com- the original letter- A. E. F. GERMANY manding the l2th F. A request I am getting along nicely and ( am comiug home when the GerFrom : Private Egbert Singlemans sign this peace treaty, which ton, Battery "A" 12th Field 1 hope will be before you receive - this letter. Artillery. To : The Commanding Officer, Your friend, 1 2th Field Artillery. E. R. GENTRY. Subject : The Y. M. C. A. has HEADQUARTERS TWELFTH been entertaining and three marks FIELD ARTILLERY for third show. AMERICAN EXPE- At the time of making this statement about the Y. M. C. A. Germany, June 3rd, 19i9. charging admission to shows in Prom : Adjutant 12th Field Ar- Rheinbrohl, Germany, I was a prisoner in the Guard House at tillery. DITIONARY FORCES. 1. " Nope," I said, " don't do' he said, "about two years ago I dropped in here just as you were closing up and bought a suit for $2250 A week or so later I fished what I thought was a dollar bill out of the pocket Looking at it, I found it was a Clothcraft Guarantee' I i- " Wei!' plaint against any of the Welfare organizations, can have their grievance investigated by simply putting in writing and filing it with the military authority, or with the War Department and when the people back home hear such statements as Singleton made or any other; it is a mighty good proposition to ask them why they have not done so and request them to do So at once. To - u You know I kept that thing until a couple of days ' ago Then I threw it away I figured that any suit that lasted me that long, didn't need a guarantee" As you know C. B Anderson and I are the only Y.t M. show". (Signed) Hugh B. Hester, 5. The Y. M. C. A. has never C. A. men from our county in charged admission for any show Hugh B. Hester, the foreign service. I am will(Continued on last page.) ing to accept any just criticism, 12th Field Ar Captain Commanding Officer, Battery A. 1 2th Field Artillery. Subject : Investigation of letter of Private Egbert Singleton. 1. The Commanding Officer directs, that you have Private Singleton prepare a written state ment to be forwarded to this of fice, explaining letter quoted in the (jnclosed newspaper clipping, reference to statement "The Y. M. C. A. has been entertaining and charge three marks tor their : Rheinbrohl, Germany. 2. 1 While in the Guard House was told that theY.,M.O. A. was going to charge admission to their shows. I was writing to my moth1 made this statement in my letter before I had known that it was not true. 3. er at the time and Since that timelhave found that it was only a rumor and I have neglectad to write home and correct my statement. 4. ; XZZX 1 t- -i VTYV4 T-ry- TTV, isrr mm ws&mm 68S&f? W&SQSffl JJ ' CTlatftix&ft i (Siraranfce t SC &&&"& i 7il Arrns'rr? MtJ. (-? ztWtanc&sMJ &iictafitfaZMe?i' SVfs ' ystnd'Ac-tvice'- . ff SS mMlfr -, 210 AIRES V ; irk 3r2!Sy5k; JVVLVt(IAWftV'ViSAiVllAtytSlSfl' . V -- ft liittS. . . 5 (KifiSuSES 0; fA t VX CLEVELAN D.OHIO Lincoln County Land at 8 J? SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON, KY. ;.v AUCTION Wednesday, July 1 6th 10 I .will THE TT"V"I "NJG-S'T'- CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS TOWN "Nf ofJ-p-E- O'CLOCK on Main them dollars to doughnuts that Egbert D. Black gets the nomina- W. M. Graves, of the White Oak room whi-.includes all the prop tion. If all places are like LivSingleton's Charges ' section, was in town Tuesday. erty where the post office is lo ingston he will get the entire Mrs. E. B. Owens and children, cated. He purchased this prop democratic vote. If any one Against Y.M.C.A. Investigated are visiting relatives at Whites-bur- erty from J. P. E. Drummond1 thinks different let him get ont We learned to day that T. N. Clark and J. B. Donally. and look over the grounds and Coblentz, Germany. a son of Jeff Madden of near Pine Price for all $4,400. J . B. Don- - then he will see whereof we June 1 2th, i9i9. Hill, was killed in Winchester, ally sold his part of the stock of speak. J. W. Baker, of Mt. Verparticulars not learned. Mr. 'groceries to J. N. Clark John non was here between trains Editor, Mt. VernonS ignal, Madden was herebetween trains ' Cockrell is reuairinsr his moDertv Tuesday. Mrs. G. M. Ballard, Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. W en route there, buib as he had only on Mam street and is also giving ot Mt. Vernon was here Satur- Dear Edgar: a message we vfere unable to it a new coat of paint. E. A. day between trains enroute to A short time ago I received a learn much about the young Chilton, the contractor on the Berea. Miss Ella Mae Blanford, copy of the Mt. Vernon Signal man's death. river pike, is making Rome howl. who is taking a business course dated sometime the tirstf of April. W. M. (Marti Hicks says he So boys get your tin lizzies ready in Louisville, was with home In it was published a letter from intends to canvass the State again for we believe ere the bleak days folks Saturday and Sunday. Egbert Singleton, Battery A. in his matrimonial contest. He of December arrive, the honk of There was a picnic hero the 12th Field Artillery, written from says he has purchased an auto in auto wi!l echo from the hills on Fourth, about one mile down the Rheinbrohl Germany, in which which he will tour the county. Rockcastle river. river. The Mt. Vernon band and he used this language "The Y. Fritz Krueger and S. C. Frank- base ball boys were here. All M. C. A. has been entertaining Mart says he has solved the problem by the purchase of- - the auto. lin of Mi. Vernon, were in our report a good time. O. ,D. Bry- the Army of Occupation with a Born to the wife of W. N. Riggs town Tuesday. J. M. Foure is in ant was here Monday enrout to little show and they, thought latter part of last week a fine girl LaFollette, Tenn , this week. Cincinnati to get some more they were doing us a favor and Thomas Farley has returned Robert Warren is on the sick list cars for this county. Mrs. Will that, was too good for us, so Wilson this week. Miss Gertrude Evans Langford and little son, James now they are charging us 5 marks from Louisville.--Pres- . landed in the U. S. 'Wednesday. of Brush Creek, was here Satur- Neal, after several days visit ipr the first show and three Now watch Congress dance to day en route to Mt. Vernon. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. marks for the third show. So the music L. M. Oliver, who Milton Warren, of Skaggs creek, Neal Parrett and Mr. and Mrs. you imagine how they love the has been living in pans for some was here Saturday to visit his .Tip Langford. . of Mt. Vernon. fighting troops." time, is moving- - his family back sons, W. A. and Robert Warren. W. M. Hicks has purchased a lot I knew it he had been charged Miss Mattie Pennington, of Mt. from Mrs. Sue Mullins and Mart it .was a mistake on the part ofj here. We have said on various occasions when a person lives a Vernon, was here latter part of says he intends to erect a garage somebody, and ought to be cor while in Livingstbn it matters last week. We understand she on it as it wiil be, on the pike. rected, and it-- be hail notbeen not where he goes, he will one will be our assistant postmistress. So look out for something to charged that, it was unfair to '' I ITT wen, tne primary election is happen. Mart means business itheX? ancl day return. 'We imagine the backingit .' . me applies to Mt . Vernon and drawing near and we see a great David Smith will put in a stock to "allow .th$ cnarge-"t- p jjoItun- si Brodhead What says ye scribes? many darts heralded at the lead- of groceries in the Kreuger .propMr. and Mrs. N. H. Oliver and ing candidate in the governor's erty on Main Street. Grand; ities are always readfUo .make ma Cornelius af ten a few days son. Other, have returned from a race, Gov. James D. Black. But visit with relatives at Berea has mytw.i'.igauuus uj. grievances jfuiun against, any of few days visit with relatives at they can say what they please, returned home. the soldiers tha they can mention the L. & N. Ky.-A- be Evans, of the WeHariLqrganlzatio soour ha Farriston, was here between letter, they' can. throw Woman ask that,, this be-- , in- lJ beadquartep Brush Creek, XV , T; Sufferage or Prohibition at the vestigated .and I am enclosing trains Tuesday.-f-Dr- . vnn the results of tka' invMtt.iora. hasfpurchased a residence mountain man but we Will bet A.myx - Drummond street, and a residence and store James h Private sell to the highest bidder the first class and highly productive farm of S, B, Sanders and W, S, Carrier, on the Rnsh Branch pike, near Hubble, 5 miles from Stanford, 6 miles from Lancaster, 7 miles from Danville, g. A. g. A. The best location ever. Accessible to three markets. Farmers in this neighborhood always get a better price for stock and farm product 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, . etc., one 3 room tenant house, one 5 room Main dwelling. 5 rooms, porches, tenant house, 2 stock barns, 3 new tobacco barns. - ! -- 20 acres in tobaccot H 35 acres in corn, 1 0 acres rye and grass, 40 acres in wheat stubble, 110 acres Blue Grass M 20 acres orchard grass and clover, Everlasting Water See this farm beforev you buy. In the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky, Most centrally located, Sale made to dissolve Close to school and churches. a J J I a partnership. What is the use of farther description ? "My goods are on the counter". cejb Look them over. Attend this sale and o one of the bargains in land. This Avill be a money maker for some one. Possession January 1, 1920 Easy Terms. 1 ihe-.peopl- e . TTfc i StvixLebrosid. i 4 THE REAL ESTA'TE MAN LANCASTER, KY. . W.E.MOSS,-Advertisin- .? - g . GA8TO ten fvncUK fr;juljr Look-- the advertisements of my auction sales on July 15th, July 2lat, and July 23rd 22nd ?'- - up -- - Manager. -- ' '! -- V " ; - . 'S 3 Z ZXXIXI J N 4 Jv1 at fr- - X -- rra !- " f A -- ' -' - e. . rrW5 ,y ".w.':iJ " . r-- .. .v a "TV VVSfi nm " i i g ..J'"' -' V . Mt, Vernon Signal Friday, July n, 1919 GOV. PIKE AT HOME.. Brodhead, Ky. July 8, I9i9. Albright, Mr. Edgar Editor At. Vernon Signal, Published every Friday by Mt. Vernon, Ky. EDGAR S. ALBRIGhl. appreciated whal SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1 00 Dear Sir: I you did for mv father, in pub Advertising rates maae known en lisbiner in your paper a letter application. that I sent him and mother some n Unredeemed Land To PRESCRIBE EXERCISE Be Sold For Taxes FOR THE WOUNDED In accordance with the laws of PLAY-THERAP- 35gSXi i L see "- &Ai MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION We are authorized to announce V. T. SHORT &s a candidate for State Senator in the 17th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce R. L. McPERRON as a cadidate from the Eighty First Legislative district, comomposed of Rockcastle ann Laurel Counties, subject to the action of the Repuhcan party at its primary 'election on August 2, 1919. Judge John D. Carroll is the present learned Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals He is a candidate also for the Democratic nomination for Governor. That he is thoroughly honest no one can deny; that he would make us a good Goverpor we will admit. But is he the more ideal candidate for the Democrats to nominate? Great judges have never been successful candidates or made wise eiecutives. There was Judge Alton B. Parker, snatched from the Supreme Court of the State of New York and nominated by the Democrats for President but Roosevelt beat him to a frazzle. William Howard Taft, the great Federal Judge, ran last in the race for the Presidency against Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Then came Charles Evans Hughes, nominated for President while a member of the Supreme Court of the United States. He resigned the day of his nomination and immediately began his campaign for the Presidency only to end in defeat. Judge Ed O'Rear.of our own beloved Commonwealth, was nominated JJfor Governor while a Judge of the Court of Appeals. He ran, yes he ran, only to lose the Governorship. It was announced some time ago that Eli Brown was to man. age the campaign for Judge Carroll. Eli Brown has even paid some of the bills for Judge CarrbU'ra his "race for the Democratic nomination. The people of Kentucky will have no more of Eli Jirown and to our way of thinking, the verv fact that Judge Carroll permits Eli Brown to manage his campaign, although run in the name of M. M. Logan, should be a very strong argument against his nomination. Think it over, brother Democrats and see it we are not right. -- months ago; while I was in Pianc-iwhich I said I was looking forward with great anxiety am v longing for the day to come whti back to the state;-- , could get and be permitted to reach m much beloved old Kentucky home. I would now like to sa through Dyour columns, to m relatives and friends who read your paper, that my anxiety aud anticipation has at last been fully and while met and realized, many who had the same anxiety SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION that I had to get back to this THEREAFTER great country of ours, have not Any parties desiring final been permitted to come. 1 thanV to redeem their propthe good Lord that he has per erty can do so by seeing me at mitteii this lad to get back to my office in Greenville, Ky., on his old Urodhead home. I would any day previous to the date of like to say to the many young-bloo- this sale, viz., by mailing me at in this country, that have Greenville, Kv., by registered n not sef-- what 4I have seen, nor mail, check or money order for felt what 1 have felt, that my amounts as hereinafter set out, twelve months in France and giving correct postofflce address Germany has taught me how to for receipt to be returned, and appreciate a good home, and to the lien will be properly released have a good bed to sleep on and of record. a mother to cook something that ,Very respectfully yours, we can relish and enjoy. Oh! W. H. GRAY, that the young people of this Revenue Agent for State at country i could learn how to prize Large. fathers and mothers and homes, YEAR 1913 and to know their worth without James Addms 10 - 4 .$10.40 having , to learn it like many of W. M'. Balllnger 14 8.73 3 7.35 3 30 us boys have been forced to learn Green Bogard 45 8.75 Mat Bowles 5 it. I would mot take ten thou 7 13.87 4o Alfred Baker sand dollars for what I have seen W. D. Campbell 3 35" lo.05 and learned while in France, John Coffey 7 12.. - lo.75 Germany, Italv and England, but Celia Cromer 12 7 9.85 2o 4 lo.75 uncle Sam has not got enough C. C. Dees 3 lo o5 lo money in his treasury, to make C D. DeBord 15.85 4 4o Lionard Duncan me willing to take the same trip 6.75 2o 4 W. b Poster and take the same risk, and go Geo Fogel lo 2 lots 8.19 through it all again. I belonged John S. Gadd 35 a 4 lo.l 111 22,85 to the 22nd Engineers, and while Wm.S. A Hamilton 4 7 64o 21,75 we were not expected to do FA Hurt 7 9,18 25 John Jones much lighting, it was our duty W H 7,86 2o Morris lo to run trains dnd keep the fight W H Mize 8 13,75 loo ing army supplied with food and HM Morgan 7 15 9,15 4 8,45 ammunition, and to bring up Jeff Madden lo 5o 5 8,45 fresh troops and exchange them Chas McGuire ' 7. ; 7 Ed .McD&niel 7,65 for wounded and woruout soldiers 7 8 9,65 Chas Rentier la This was a hard and hazardous V F Renner 8 loa.. 11,15 task iu the last battles when our J A Renner 8,25 8 3o 1913 4 50 a $11 85 eleven crews of us R, ' R. men V N Rice ' 4 28 a 10 45 were ordered to take a load of John Vance YEAR 1915 soldiers to Essay, aud then take 11 15 1915 7 35 a as many out of the trenches, Mat King 17 C5 10 35 a R E Laswell many of whom were lost in the Matilda Lamb 9 26 12 65 a (1 exchange. Just think of the Lula Mullina 8 75 6 100 a ' 7 2a scene, a boy hve thousand miles Major Mullina 7 65 " 10 30 a 11 78 from home, in the midst of a E M Mink bloody conflict like the last bat- Bill McCullum . " 3 30 a 13 C4 " 7 '42 a 16 27 JEOverbay tles that were fought and not a J W Overbay 7 50 a 11 15 man with you from your own Leander Robinson " 7 50.av, 11 15 home that you ever knew,' and Arthur Robinsen ' 3 30 Ja" ' 11 95 " 5 25 a 11 15 having no idea what the outcome WG singleton 8va 11 15 6 WT Sharp was going .to be? How much " 12 20 a 12 44 Thos Williams money would it take to hire you. " 8 6 a 6 88 R E' Arnold ty the State now iu full force, I will sell to the highest and best idder the following described property or so much thereof as to pay the tax, cost and penalties iow du the State of Kentucky and county of Rockcastle by the arties hereinafter mentioned. This sale will take place at .he door i:f the Rockcastle couu-iCourt House in Mt. Vernon, Ky., on the i5th and 16th days if August, 19191 at 1 o'clock p. m , and will continue thereafter without further notice. Deed, with Fee Simple Title will be given the highest and best bidder, AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY.WILL BE IDEA 9 BEING TRIED OUT IN CAMPS OF CENTRAL MILITARY DEPARTMENT. A Hundred Wash Waists ON SALE two lots. The styles include round, square and V neck, sailor collar, plaited and frill models in voile and organdies, trimmed with lace, embroidery, tucks, plaits, and drawn work designs I11 - ds Chicago. "I prescribe nntjiour of volley ball for your stiff wrist this morning," is being heard-- now In a dozen of Uncle Sam's camps wherein wounded soldiers nre convalescing. Or. It mny be that the prescription Is something Ilka this: "Boy, your knee Joints are pretty btlff nnd the hinges of your hips don't work right. Suppose you play arch, ball for an hour today nnd tomorrow and then prolong the (K'rlod of play a bit. This will do more for you than anything else." Dr. H. P. Knllenberg. chief of Y. M C. A. physical directors In the central military department, with headqunr-ter- s in Chicago, Is receiving word almost daily that the latest method of treating wounded men In government hospitals in such cases as demand exercise of joints, fingers, wrists, legs or arras. Is doing wonders for the soldiers. They not only are throwing off their aliments but are taking on cheerfulness and a new interest in life, he declares. The treatment, Is "new" In 'hat medical men examine each case and prescribe certain games to fit the needs of that case. No playing at '.'limes requiring exercise of muscles or Joints Is done save undor the direct supervision of. a medical officer. Doctor VALUES UP to $2.00 at AQ yOC VALUES UP t0 $298 at (A !p I tCJ Si fif SKIRTS WHITE SKIRTS Middy Jeans, regularly sold for $3-00 $ 1 .48 Kallenberg asserts. Helping Government. "Physical directors of the Y. M. O. A. nre helping the government In these matters at this time," explained Doctor Kallenberg. "I understand the application of our theory that the playing of certain games mend certain ailments is being demonstrated with success at various camps In the plain reconstruction of the physical man. We do SATIN BARONETTE Wash Skirts, value to $6.00 $2.98 See our new Fancy Skirts, in Mohair, Fan-Fa-and Silk Poplin, in loud stripes, etc. $4.50 . not under-rat- e massage, hydro- : -- therapy, electrotherapy or manual therapy, but we are finding that specified exercise In play works wbndersln loosening joints and brings the man to a normiil state." At the following camps the new " treatment of Is being OBed successfully upon hundreds of wounded soldiers, sailors and marines : Taylor, Dodge, Great Lakes, Fort 8herldan, Port Des Moines, Fort Benjamin Harrison, U. S. General hospital No. 21, Denver, and plans are being made now to establish the treatment at Camps Funston, Sherman, Custer and the big Ford hospital, Detroit. It lc reported that Major Kelley at Camp y Grant has set aside two large barracks for a gymnasium and will ask the Y. M. C. A. for two men to assist In directing wounded soldiers In their games. "play-therapytwo-stor- Big Line of Men's and Boys' Suits Phone 25 HONOR FIGHTING PARSON Dr. John H. Clifford, Baptist minister In time of peace, but real fighter In time of, war, has been awarded the crolx de guerre for extraordinary hero-Ism in action. zxz 2 Doctor Clifford, as a Y. M. C A. worker, braved the red wrath of war. HE KNOWS SCHOOLS. He has been In the firing zone as much The citizens of Rockcastle Counas the hardiest Infantryman and was a most unusual exploit. ty are to be congratulated that decorated for He was one of three men who braved V. O. Gilbert, the Superintendincessant enemy shell fire while res- - ent of Public Instruction of Ken r ff 1 Where the newest things are shown while they are new LIVINGSTON, KY. TVyTVA 4 4 iSfTTVT-- PROGRA M FOR ,, Dr. J. W. P. Brouse, of Somerset, is a candidate for the Dem ocratic nomination for Auditor. He is itom the home town of the Republican nominee for Governor. He has made the Somerset High School known throughout Kentucky and his selection would be a distinct compliment to the teachers throughout the state. It would not be wise to select John W. Rawlings, because he lives just nine miles from W. H Shanks, who will be nominated fof Lieutenant Governor. The other candidate, Mr. Bosworth, lives in the 7th Congressional District From this same District there are seven candidates for seven different offices. It looks like Newman, for Com of Agriculture, and Steger, for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, both of whom are from the 7th District, will win, and it wouid most certainly be suicidal to nominate any. more from that one district. With these conditions confronting us and looking to a strong ticket in November, it would be wife to nominate Dr. Brouse for Auditor. He is popular among both Republicans and Democrats at home and will be able to arouse inteiest m tke Democratic ticket at the very hearthstone of the Republican nominee for mis-sion- er to take the risk, and make the sacrifice? Ard yet after , all of this sacrifice on the pait of our boys and nation we have here at home so many men that does not seem to appreciate what has been accomplished for humanity and democracy. I will close by saying that I do hope that this country will rise up in its manhood and patriotism und stand by what has been bought at such a great cost. And ratify the peace treaty, and stand by our President in what he has done for suffering humanity. He has made a great sacrifice and a noble fight for all mankind. J H Anderson Janp Alcorn A H.Branforth Lillie Buasell S G Brown James Brock Wm Barnes J S Cope J H Clark Chas Cox Elizabeth Drew C D Debord " " " " " ' 6 11 3 7 9 10 " " ' IS 16 a 55 .a 3a 45 a 58 'a 600 a 4a 13 11 7 9 11 " " P H Frady Nora Griffith J G Gadd John S Gadd " " Martha L Howard " tt JBJordon YEAR mk 4 125 a 7 14 a 12 5 40 a 10 5a 7 24 a 4 112 a 4 37 a 4 28 a 5 61 a 10 30 a 6 13 a 23 6 15 10 9 la 8 11 8 22 18 II 15 9 60 16 85 15 58 9 18 64 70 85 76 65 15 88 85 63 45 78 15 45 tucky, has agreed to talk at the CHURCHES Farmers' Community Meeting on "Making Better Schools". Prof. Gilbert knows the rural school and its many troubles. He Kentucky Rockcastle County, taught school in the country and later he taught in the Western July J 6, State Normal School, so he can Brodherd Fair Grounds, talk with authority on the subject. MORNING SESSION Prof. Gilbert has promised the . . Rev. L.'N.' Bowling. committee that unless something 9:30 a.m. Devotional Bible Study WH. Fish absolutely unusual occurs, he 9:45 a.m. Presidepfs Address Miss Lou Philips will be ih these meetings during 10:05 a.m. "Every School a 'Victory School' " in the home the whole week of the i4th. Every 11:15 a.m. "The Weekly Bulletin . Mr. Lin D. Cartwrlght of every worker citizen, who believes in giving of Committees : the children a real education and 10:25 a.m. Appointment (c) Future Work (a) Nominations a fair chance in life, should be (d) Bulletin (b) Time and Place present and bear Pror. Gilbert. ANNUAL CONVENTION CHRISTIAN AND BIBLE SCHOOLS Wed, J9J6 .... DOCTOR CLIFFORD. cuing Col. Albertus W. Catlln, commanding officer of the Sixth regiment colo-nel"ta May God forbid that politics or any thing else should Franklin Allison divide our people on this gaeat Arthur Alexander 1916 1916 " " " n x issue. Congress with a plea for armed PECash J C Cummins inter vention in Mexico, it is fee J "M'T Eversole lieved in Washington. TbeUnited; J C Gadd States will act for Franc e and Caleb Gadd Great Britain in restoring order Mat Gilpin to protect lives and property of H H Hamlm Steve Carpenter President Wilson .will go before W M Carter Respectfully, James B. Pike. J W Anglin Gemima Baker D J Brown 8 3 2 4 10 2 7 50 a 11, a lots 40 a-1- a 30 a. 30 a 1 $ 10 lot 6 3a 4 37, a 4 '57 a 10 2O a 9' a a foreigners so that these nations will not bump against the Monroe Doctrine, it is belteved. Should the United' States send an expedition into Mexico it will be large enough to take over control of the courts and custom houses until the country has been put on a firm basis and the foreign interests protected. Secretary Baker is silent, on question. Acting Secretary of State Polk told American , oil men they would be protected by the United States Government and hinted that armed mterveation may be made soos. I J Hicks J P Martin Wm Martin 3 15-10 30 a 8a 5 7 lot 4 50 14 12 85 16 35 12 85 8 40 7 85 8 15 12 85 12 85 11 70 12 93 14 27 8 15 15 85 of marines, The trio carried the safety on a stretcher. Doctor Clifford went over the top 10 85 16 48 many times and came near being killed on several occasions. He is fifty-on- e 10 48 years old. 9 76 Praises "Y" Work. praise by Consul General Hurrls In Siberia for the service rendered not only to the American expeditionary troops, but also to tbe Czechs and to Itussian prisoners by ithe American Y. M. C. A. secretaries, is contained in an official communication transmitted to the state department at Washington by Paul S. Itelnsch, American minister to China, Unqualified Willie Morris Chas Moore P M Maxey Major Mullina Morgan Robinson J M Robins J R RjObinson H Saylors 7 7 a a a 835 13 25 16 43 7 63 10 25 17 20 J3 85 13 20 9 35 8 61 17 85 10 35 9 48 12 36 7 7 7 9 12 2 80 60 6 a a a a' Great Athletic Program. Through the Y. M. C. A. the United States plans to Introduce a project for the development of American athletics in the allied countries. America's greatest athletic leaders are being fitted to direct the movement from tbe headquarters to be established In TRADE MORAL paris. Offering. Rev. M. G. Fish-- . McVEY TO SPEAK. 1I:35'Bible School Progress In Our County" Roll Call conducted by State Worker with report1., Dr. Prank McVey, President from each school. of the University of Kentucky, 12:00 a.m. Lunch and Recreation. has announced that he will speak AFTERNOON SESSION. on "Organizing the Community" at the Farmers Community 1:30 p.m. Devotions. Meeting at Mr. Vernon during 1:45 p.m. Business Session: . . O.C. Davis the week of July 14th next. Dr (a Secretary's Report . Chairmen. McVey is widely known all over (b) Committees' Reports an educator 2:00 p m. "Missionary Interests of the Church" Rev. H T. Young:-- . the United States as and a writer of books on busi2:20 p.m. "Financial tnterests of the Church," C. C. Davis and D. R. Gentry ness, and finance. He will be unInterests of able to fill many dates during the 2:40 p.m. "Social and Recreational Rev. Lin D. Cartwright . . the Church," summer so Rockcastle Gouuty is very fortunate indeed to have 3:uO p.m "Problems of the Church and Bible School" Open Conference conhim as one of the speakers. ducted by State Worker. Business men, farmers and - Chairmam . p.m Report of Future Work Committee -4 piofe8sional.men should by all 3:45 Consecration Moments by State Worker. means make a great effort to 4 00 p.m. Adjournment. hear Dr. McVey talk on the imand bring your lunch and remember that in order to. portance of getting together to have a Come County, every school must be represented and .must Banner change a neighborhood into a present a written report showing an offering for Home Missions community with a spirit to do (State and National). the the things which count in HELP MAKE ROCKCASTLE A BANNER COUNTY. life. 1:30 a m. ti 12 Claud Stokes T Emily Taylor h'rs 11 7 lot 10 52 a E L Thompson 3 62 a John Vanwinkle 3"25a, la JR Vanwinkle S B WitherB 4 10 a 10 lot CASTORIA rjf.f- Children OryFLETCHER'S FO - Always bears In Us ForOwr 30ftprs CASTOR I A ' for Itfuts nd Children wSJtt jl jfffr Tht quality ft what you havt to tM it kniwR to tome ptopk aM tf th tint and aH of the pttfle ttntt tJ the timt, but adytrttot rtfu-larl- y with ut and youK rtaok aM Wanted Calves Poultry(Wh) Today The very high price of calf hides weighing under 16 lbs. is booming tke price of Calves. Spring Chickens 50c per lb., Hens 29c, Roosters 15c. . You will get more money out of a 2 lb. chicken now than you will .. one twice that heavy later. Will furnish yon coops weighiBgoaly 15 lbs.., each, saving a lot on your express charges and will furnish you metal tags for your calf shipments, wrlteua and ship quick while prices arehigh Calf Market I8ic of tht ptopjt aN ! tht timt KLJ ri jH lars frow on the advertising tree. Good hard American dol- - TRADE MORAL tbe HgaatBTtof TMIS PAFEft GETS AD. KISULTS RESULTS BEING DOLLA1S Tht difftrtnot bttwttn busintss and sutttu it advKtitidi. Inqukt atut AfiK FRphone m . 836 PAY Reference: tt CO. 44 Walnut Street Cincinnati, Ohio. Fourth Natloail Bank". .j x i. mtrV.T 4 8" .' - h-. ' vi .. AjKlVV -- !,!1r ,& J-- ". 1ST w Hm It - MT. VEHNON SIGNAL, FRIDAY, JULY ilrl9l9 A f mm m mm r H1!l BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk. P All Farming Implements and Live Stock OF AND M The J. W. SPARKS CO. ON THE PREMISES AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT 10:30 A.M.. THURSDAY, JULY 24th, 191 9 SHARP W.J. Sparks .Co, of Mount Vernon, Kentucky, by-bi- we will sell for theKigh Dollar without reserve or their 660 acres of fine limed stone land which has been subdivided into tracts from 15 acres on up to suit purchaser, also all their farming tools and live stock This Company has decided to quit farming and this will be an Absolute Sale and some one will reap the harvest. This property is located 2 miles East of Mt.Vernon, Ky.r on the Dixie Highway and also lies on the L.& N. Railroad, a station being right on the place. The improvements consist of 23 houses, one of which is two story of six rooms, halls, porches, metal roof, etc. An extra large Barn, 50x72 concrete basement and several concrete troughs two-stor- y, As agents of the THE FARMING IMPLEMENTS CONSIST OF One 1918 McCormack Binder; one 19 17 Deering Corn Husfcer and Shredder; one 12 Disc Harrow; one 1917 Superior 10 Disc Wheat Drill; one 20 Disc Seed Sower; one Blizzard Ensilage Cutter; one 5 ft. Deering Mower; one Walter A Wood Manure Spreaker; one Osborn Hay Rake, Grass Seeder, Lime Spreader, etc. The Live Stockfconsists of 10 Yearling Steers; four2-yr-ol- d Steers; two nice Heifers (Springers); 19 yearling Heifers: Heifers; two Cows with 3 Calves; one regis nine istered Bates Breed Short Horn Bull; two Mules; three yearling Mules; 3 or 4 Teams of extra Hogs; good Work Mules; 25 150-lHogs; 27 100-lHogs; I 3 Sows, heavy, with Pigs; 2 Sows, one 20 50-lregistered Red Berkshire Sow, I registered Red Berkshire Boar 45 good Ewes; 8 Weathers; 29 Lambs; 52Goats(Angora) 2-yr-- 3I fc feed cattle, the second story is 31 feet from floor to roof, several smaller barns. Large concrete Silo 45x16 This large Barn and Silo could not be put up to day for 4.000,00 to say nothing of all the other buildings. right in barn, piped from a splendid spring, any number of stalls and places to About 500 acres of this land cleared and in grass. There is about 50 acres in bottoms as good land as you can find anywhere. Several acres in Alfalfa. About 200 acres of this Farm-wil- old -- 15-months- -old 2-yr-- old l 1 no better watered farm anywhere. Any number 6f as fine springs as ever came out of the earth and 7 or 8 good wells. This i3 an ideal Stock Farm and splendidly local ed. If this won't make you money, no place will. It is one of those Golden Opportunities in life to make a splendid investment and get big returns. The increased values in land like this will be much greater in the next few years than in any other lands on the market anjl a little arithmetic will show you that the dividends are much greater on the amount invested than yon can possibly make on high priced land. This land is not selling for anything like its real worth. Don't have it said of you in the next few years when it has tripled and quadrupled in value. "If I had only known and bought some of that Sparks' land see what 1 would be worth Your population is increasing all the earth is not stretching one bit and people have got to have homes. This Land is bound to increase in value. This is the land you ought to have at the price you ought to pay. The only difference between the rich and the poor is but one of investment. One judicious investment is equal to a lifetime of toil. This Farm is so subdivided that the man of small means will have the same chance as the man of larger means. When you buy one of these Farms you are not prospecting with your money. It is a safe investment with large dividends guaranteed. "On the great clock of time there is but one word to-day." raise good Tobacco. This Farm is well fenced and b. b. b. You will find blue prints of this farm subdivided at either Bank, Court House or W. J, Sparks' s office at Mount Vernon, Kentucky, TERMS exceedingly easy and made known on day of Sale. Any one desiring to see this Farm before Sale call us or W, J, Sparks' office. Mount Vernon, Kentucky. Remember the day and hour THURSDAY, JULY 24th, 1 91 9, at 1 0:30 a.m. sharp. Be on hands promptly. ' At the close of this Sale we will also offer for the High Dollar y? V .' ':' r " I I 1 1 ' - - I H the-tim- e, ' 605 Acres of Land belonging to the W J Sparks Company -- WOW." Nuffsed. Attend this sale and ACT. located 2 miles from Mount Vernon, mile off Skaggs Creek Pike. About 75 acres of this land cleared and balance in timber, 30 acres in corn, 10 acres in tobacco. Has new house just completed and five tenant houses, also barn. Well watered and fenced. This tract will be offered as a whole. I I I I u- - i " - I .' x -- say. ton6uES Col. John B. Dinwiddie fffc to hear this man.- - on DINNER Served on ground by Ladies of Mount Vernon For further particular?, blue prints, etc., see. write, or phone W. J. SPARKS' office. Mount Vernon, or us Jr.-- & I I It will be worth your time " .t Tt j r im: HUGHES F"m VMM J-'-' t " v -" .- lfcZ9 " T ' I v 1' iff .. &TORTC .. PHvWt mL; M ;m mil " tl- - M- - fcL m ' sir . Hx I -- . -.-. - ' " - ? aJatJ1 ,v -- f . - "t" I -- .' - . . ,...,. S.. .. lr&!;sfaifeU..A' s t .j t V ' . i : r '. n. ' - . . . ,4 I; Ia J1,. . hhbbwmbbbvv . i $r Ml1. VBM6N SiamRibAY, G. S. to? 11, 191ft tammMmmsmmemmmmWmWemmnWsaaWm1mmmsmm . .. -- .. - a j - Weiea,n. J 141. rim, . ! - - - - - - , - Commissioner's Sale money Griffin, 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, I would spit it up. I feegah to have regular sick headache. I had used pills aad tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found fliey were no good at all for my trouble. I heard Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Martha B. F wler, individually, and Martha B. Fowler, Guardian, J etc.. Plaintifl : Notice or commissioners vs N Sale. Ivory Anglin, &c., Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. commissioner s Sale ROCKCASTLU CIRCUIT COURT Charley Fi.ynn, &c2, THEDFORD'S Black-draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use H. 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 acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in 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. ONE CENT A DOSE un) JD MniEB iiva -- $? 'i n lfjfMI 9Ib hH I m EmtHiav r , Rfe immIW t MadeNew BsanSfQ I (J ... A brush, a little effort, and a can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FIN1S- H . are mil that is needed to make oEL aad tfbrn furniture like new. It's as easy as it pleasant. Covers all the scarred and worn autoes, imparting thehigh polish of new furniture. Stains and varnishes at one application. Also the ideal finish for floors and woodwork. SOLD BY Wr B.Sigmon MT. VERNON KY. h Coorrlsbt JlTRMiusI II 1 BiiBiBBffliiti iMllIBB the nail onaljoy vs. : Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and Delta Helton &c , Defendants order of sale of the Rockcastle By virtue of a judgment and Circuit Court, rendered at its order of sale of the Rockcastle May Term, 19 19, in the above Circuit Court, rendered at its stykd cause, the undersigned May Term, 1JJ19, in the above ill.')' . will on Monday, July 21st, 1919, styled cause, the onstipation. You thought at first it NssT undersigned being regular County Court day will, on Monday, July 21st, 1919, did not amount to much. You regarded for said county, between the it being a regular County Court it as just a "trifle" paid no attention to it. IJut one day you woke up to the fact that the hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock day for said county, between the "trifle" had become "serious." p. m., at the front door of the hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock Perhaps you had a nervous breakdown, or narcourt house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., p m., at the front door of the. rowly escaped one. Or the doctors found High proceed to expose to public sale, court house in Mt Vernon. Ky., Blood Pressure, maybe Hardening of the Arte- -' to the highest and best bidder, proceed to expose to public sale, ries (Arterio Sclerosis). Quite likely, Kheumatic attacks. Whatever it was, more than likely, the the following described tract of to the highest and best bidder, one cause back of it all wus Constipation. land, located in Rockcrstle Coun- the following described tracts of Constipation is a Serious Trifle. Because it is ty, Kentucky, on Clear Creek, land, constituting one body and so easy to neglect it, and the consequences are so and bounded and described as located m Brodhead, Rockcastle serious. follows: Devonia, the American Medicinal Mineral County, Kentucky and bounded Water, is "first aid" to bringing the bowels Bounded on the north by the as follows: back to natural action. lands ot W. A. Hammonds; on the 1st Tract. Beginning at a stake The bowels do not It is not east by the lands of Henry Ab in the line of the L & N. R. K. come to depend upon it, as they do with pills, ney; on the south by the lands of Bo. 33 ft. trom the center of the castor oil, oils, and the like. It loosens the .I fit,. John Cope; on the west by the track; thence South with said retained food waste which has poisoned your WM .. lands of Spencer Abney, con- railroad line to a stake in John iymrw. wa system and removes ltgently but thoroughly Iw'MvM taining about 300 acres. I Melvin's line; thence South with from the bowels. It gives a healthful said line to t wo dogwoods and a The two following tracts, how stimulus to affected organs and assists w ever, with the right of way as hickory stump near the corner of if t t "" comiafy them to perform their natural functions. the fence, also supposed to be in herein set out, are excluded lrom In these ways, it restores health and prouitnan atoucc a nna wot said Melvin's line; thence with said boundary. longs life. the Devonia comes to you just as Mother Beginning at a the east side of fence; fence to a 1st Tract. thence a, stake near said tooriiAt Nature made it in her wonderful laborastake on the top of a ridge in fZtcuxttntamjt tory a thousand feet under ground. It Kizzie Hansberry's line; thence short line to a stake, thence )nitRALWATtnJ another short line to a large is not condensed, added to, or changed in running a straight line down the any way. So potent are hill to a sugar tree; thence to a beech stump in the bank of a tax A Ml nil its virtues that a stone corner on the side of the drain; thence crossing the crossk.t.i.. "" ' in a glass of wa county read; thence with county ing the drain to a hickory and P il ? IIll ter is usually a sufficient b.il, Kw MlW road to the creek: thence with sugar "trunk" sapling pointers; - m msmsmmmsstswnuuiuWsMl I amount to take at one time. t. the old creek bed, up the creek thence with said bluff to the Kwu .m. ,.i..i iri One reason why Devonia K SMSMWSSmammnilllllUwMli to Kizzic Hansford's line, and bend of Negro Creek; thence up . ..,.... .J w SSSsWmmmmmmlllllllllllmmli Zm9mmiV'iittt is approved by physians is said creek with the meanders to being the west side of the John ! "-H Hi tic. it is not a drastic catharthat Anglin and Mary A. Anglin tract the beginning, and said to contain to acres, more or less. of land. It ii to be hid at Beginning at a 2nd Tract. 2nd Tract. Beginning at a almost every drug store. als-stake in Henry Abnes's line, run stone in line of John Melvin, SUGGESTION: You who are suffering from Constipation, ning with a double mulberry a in line of right of way of Knox-vill- e even in a chronic form, should branch of the L. & N. R. R. straight line up the hill to a stake drink Devonia. If you want to in K. J. West's line on top of the Co.; thence with Melvin's line a knowmore about it, and why ridge, including the right of way west course crossing Negro Constipation is so serious, send Take a for our booklet ' Serious Trifles," over the land between Martha B Creek to a stone on or near the Tablespoonfu! It tells you what physicians say Anglin and others, and running side or the county road on the about Constipation and its seriof Devonia to of the creek bluff; thence with Henry Abney 's line to the edge ous consequences. It is free. a Glassful of with said creek bluff edge a county road. 12SS water. north east course, also with counSale to be made on a credit of ty road to a stone in line of said THE DEVONIAN MINERAL SPRING CO., Incorporated, Owemboro, Ky. Please send me your free booklet, "Serious Trifles" discussing Constipation and its evil 6 months; purchaser Jwill be re railroad, also corner in the line effects quired to give bond with ap- of Honk Bros, lots near Water Name. proved security for the' payment station; thence with a line of said Address. of the purchase money, to have railroad a south course to the be. ginning, containing 4 acres, more Executive Office: Ownboro, Kr. Louirrilla Offices 1415 BuildXas the force and effect ot a judgment or less Springs and Bottliap Plant, Lorain, Ohio Laboratories, Cleveland, Obi bearing legal interest from date Sale to be made on a credit of of sale, with a lien reserved on 6 months; purchases "will be resaid land uutil all the purchase quired to give bond with approvled security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the fir st move foi?ce and effect of a judgment, in a winning bearing legal interest from date Rockcastle County is a law of sale, with a lien reserved on abiding county. Its citizens are battle of life said land until all the purchase patriotic in all things. To upIs made when savmoney is paid. hold the law is a duty The new G. S. Griffin, Revenue law provides that the ing smojze Master Commissioner, Tax payer shall come to the will educate you Rockcastle Circuit Court County seat and give his July 1st and October financially by de1st each year. Commissioner's Sale veloping Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. Anv one failing to comwill insure success, comfort and Wary A. A. Painter ply with this law, will be fined Plaintiffs, not exceeding fifty dollars. I happiness. and Others,! Plaintiff. Notice of Commissioner's Sale FwPQp) r ft m pll XV Miillllll m '4 I If7l habit-formin- g. I XYv m i WW I Y1 1 table-spoonf- ul vi 1J jjh) . Uii! o lain list-betwee- uiK HH iBter-Sentlie- rn m kJEWPPBtiij cipy .Mil1 - KENTUCKY Stop T and begins. It Think that traits vs: Notice of Sale, Earnest Newland Others, ad virture of a By Defoneants bj R. J. keynolO IDUCCOtO. 1111 t,. mnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnaVBlMIIUM i ::':;::::::S:::vS judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at its fay term 1919, I 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 Conrt House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., on Monday July 21st, 191J). 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 j7 poles to a stone; thence S. 89 E 53 poles to a stout; thence S. 3 W. 15 poles to a stone; thence S. 86 E. 68 poles to a stone; thence W. 98 poles to a stone; N. 38. poles to a thence S. 82 N. 31 W. 18 poles stone; thenc to a 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. 81J W. 37 poles to the beginning and con- am asking you to come in on an early date, before the weather gets bad and before I am crowded with work. My office will be opened from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. C. T. SIGMON, Rockcastle County Tax LOSS OF APPETITE. As a general rule there is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or eat two meals a day for a few days you will soon have a relish for your meals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at least five hours should elapse between meals so as to give the food ample time to digest and the stomach a period of rest before a second meal is taken. Then if you eat no more than you crave and :lake a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every tlay you will not need to worry about your appetite. When the loss of appetite is caused by constipation as is often the case, that should be corrected at once. A dose of Chamberlain's Tablets will do it SUMMER COMPLAINT QUICKLY RELIEVED Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence an account with us today and stick to it. Bank of Mt. Vernon r- - jimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert! was ouch NEVER smokejoy as you puff out of a That's because P. A. hao the quality! m JflliiilllHl You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck! So, when you hit Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line ! Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words -to express your happy days sentiments I Toppy red bogs, tidy rod tint, handsome pound and half-tin humidors tmd that clotty, practical pound crystal glass humidorwkh sponge motstontr tap thmt, Maps the tobacco m smch perfect condition. Some Fof ks are Queer OTHERS ARE JUST Nafuralfy 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 just naturally say: "Here old woman is $lo, go open a bank account with nj R. J. Reynolds Tabacco Company, NOTICE TO THE TAX PAYERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Votir tax for the year 1919 is nrw due Please call at my office Winston-Sata- n, N. C PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If your eyes arehowirigany a fects now Is the time to see C C. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W William i- - Respt. and settle same., Tip Langford, 6. R. C CHAMBERLAIN'S COEIC AND DIARRHOEA RLMEDY. This medicine always wins the good opinion if not the praise of those who. use it. Try it when you have need of such a remedy. r OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tion given collections. MT.VEENON.KY.' 'pnonb 80 - CASTORS i i Children Cry , FLETCHER'S FUR acres more or taining sixty-fiv- e same property less, and is the occupied by George Ed fainter at the time of his death. Bond with approved security, payable to myself as Commission er, bearing legal interest from day of sale till paid, with lein on the property sold arid having tha force and ' effect of a jadgment .will be required of the purchaser. G. S. Grimn, M. C. R. DR. MOORE, Cox Building, Tie OftiaM Mt. Vernon, Ky. C C. "About two years ago when suffering from a severe attack of summer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it relieved me almost instantly," writes Mrs. Hbnry .Watt. Clark Mills, N, Y. Thisis an excellent remedy for colic and Diarrhoea and should be kent at hand by every family. FIRST STATE BANK TWO "XEARS OLD PAST. Capital - c . $15000.00 posits S64000.00 KENTUCKY LIVINGSTON, v . , 1 A ' ' -- i- ".- ., i --- . t t t ., i i ,. J -- ? "!. U .t MT, VRMON BlttKAL, EfrtDAY, JUL? 11, 1919 Htti maeatmsmtuaimiKmmm tiS& -- what It means that NE I HOPE WELL, The small son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Hines got his arm broken last Saturday Mitchell Norton, of near Brodhead was a guest of Wm. Sowder Sunday.--Schowill open at this place July i4, ol the deuce does that mean? thing in. a cigarette, that exactly what a drink does for your smoke-hun- ar of cold water does for your thirst! To satisfy, a cigarette must do more than please the taste it must "touch the smoke-spot- " Thaf s what Chesterfields do. They let you know you are smoking they SATISFY. And here's why Chesterfields have body. The finer, silkier leaves cf TURKISH have been properly blended with several varieties of the best DOMESTIC tobaccos, famous for their full-bcdi- ed with Miss Hester Cromer as teacher. Masters Emmett, Other and Floyd Barnas spent Satur day with their grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nicely. Rev. Dave Grubb filled his regular appointment at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sundav. After reading Mr. Davis' letter telling of the enjoyable time that was had at the Reunion at Level Green made us regret more and more that we did not have the opportunity of attending. An Infant of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. DeBord was buried at this place last Saturday. Mrs. Other Bullock, of Mt. Vernon, and Miss Hessie Bullock spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Bradley Payne. Miss flattie Carmical, who has been with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cummins, at Mt. Vernon for more than two months is with homefolks. The huckleberry crop is a complete failure in this part. The family of Milt Sowders have mumps. Corn crops and gardens are looking well in this part. There will be Msmuget All vve can 2N WE PAY CASH XZ2Xi L- - -- gVT flavor. SATISFY is something that no cigarette, except Chesterfields, can give you regardless of prica Chesterfield blend. Say "Chesterfield" to your dealer. dWjttfyxAAfettvoGoC PRODUCE Bring us your-- Produce, Nothing that we don't buy Highest cash price. Because no cigarette maker can copy the services at this place Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Noe. Edd Mink, of the Sand Hill section, is very sick. It seems that most of the correspondents are asleep or too busy to write a letter. If each correspondent would send in a letter each week the Signal would be much more interesting for us all. EGGS must be candled f!oi-the I State of Ohio, City of Toledo, RULE 22. Between May 15 and January 15 of each year, all eggs in the market, or Lucas County, ss. intended for market, shall Le handled only qp a candling basis, and no payment either in cash Frank J. Cheney makes oath or merchandise shall be made for those unfit for food. A statement shall be made in duplicate that he is senior partner of the by the buyer of each purchase of eggs, showing the number of good, damaged and bad eggs in ' firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., do- each lot, one copy of which shall be given Dornestic tobaccos person from whom the purchase is made, ing busintss in the city of Toledo and the other to be kept on file for one year, and subject to inspection at all times by any County and state aforesaid, and health or food inspector. 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. vty'i-- ' the moisture-proo- f wh Frank J. Cheney. v jacket that keeps Chester- Sworn to before me and 'subI scribed in my presence, this 6th ficld's original freshness day of December, A. D 1886 and fitvor rated; (Seal) A. W. GLEASON. Notary Public. members of this organization Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak- should prove wonderfully attracen internally and acts through tive and give the audience just the Blood on the Mucous Sur- the right kind of relaxation after faces of the System. Send for a great many talks. " testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo FJLMS TELL HOW O., Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipaThe motion pictures which will tion. A be used at the Farmers Community meetings at Mt. Vernon for ROCKCASTLE COUNTY three nights are very much out FISCAL COURT. ordinary. They have To the Road Overseers of Rock- of the been furnished by the U. S. Dewant to buy your wheatj will castle County: con-du- ct partment of Roads, the American All public roads worked by pay market price are: ready malitia must be completed and Red Cross and the State Board now to take care of your wants reports filed by the respective of Health to take the place of demonstrations. overseers with the Magistrates GIVE US A CALL In the Farmers Comm unity of each magisterial district, by the overseers on or before the Meetings held several years ago, 1st day of October, 1919, if said it was necessary to use many with roads are not worked and re- demonstrators. Today, of the mov ing picture, it is possible ports filed no allowance will be made to the overseers. No claim to have perfect demonstrations will be paid unless ordered by a of thefinest character so that a HIRAM LAWS, Gen'IMgr. whole audience may see the work Justice or 4County Judgen BRODHEAD, KY. If said roads are not worked done, quite easily. The camera SUCCESSORS TO each overseer is subject to an in- man, who went to Warren Coun dictment in the Circuit Court. ty when strawberries were being Co. And each overseer is to keep all picked and shipped, has produced emergency work done at once, a film which is a demonstration such as removing obstructions, of efficiency in fruit growing and filling mud holes, and washouts also another demonstration in coand may name the malitia or operative meeting. UNITED STATES RAILliOAD ADMINISTRATION hands to do this emergency work IS WIDELY KNOWN. Director General of Railroads at any time the necessity rei iiatzsxi, The American Red Cross has & aZZZ... quires it. agreed to send Dr. S. hi BrewsSSSSSSSSSS AH overseers are requested to ter, of Cleveland, to the Farm- wwwwwwwwvwwwawwwwwHViwwwvwwwMMWMWBS Jewelers & Opticians report to tneir nearest Jastice of ers Community Meeting to talk We Watches the Peace all rightofways that are on the Red Cross Peace proDiamonds not cut off by August 20, 19 19. gram which deals with the imSummer Excursion Fares Are In Jewelery A true copy attest: proving of health conditions in Silverware -' S. F. Bowman, Fine Watch rural communities. Effect Various Summer Resorts am Repairing C. R. C. C. - Dr. Brewster has been associ. New in Their New Location ated with the Red Cross for Providing Attractive Vacation BOYS WILL SING. Coffee. Sugar, Canned Goods, At 648 S. Fourth some months past, and is prepar- Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. . Singing, especially when the LOUISVILLE, KY. Including eiriging is done by fresh, young ed to present the details of the voices, has a universal appeal. Red Cross peace program in its & FOLLOWING are ROUND TRIP RAES FROM ' and in fact everything that is The young men who comprise complete form. He will explain' kept in an up to date Grocery the University 6f Kentucky Quar- the extensive public health protette are not professional singers. gram, the new plans for civilian WE ALSO HAVS A GOOD LINE OF They are merely college boys relief work which include preparMen's and Boys' . TO NEARBY RESORTS (War Tax Extra): full of snap, pep and the buoy- ation for disaster relief and care of families of soldiers and sailors, ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS ancy of youth. They will sing from a genuine Panama down to the lowest songs that are old and those that and of rural relief work where Big Stue Gap, Va. priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a agencies' already exist, $ 8.46 Diaitsii Springs, Ky. $12.56 are new. They will also sint? no social live and let live price. Fraiklii, Ky. numbers of their ownA collesre to better the conditions of the 1L24 Gallatii, Ten. 12.62 P. S. When you pome in you cant fail to see our people. ' songs which are always dear to Hartsrille, Ten. fQc 13.74 Irriie, Ky. Dr. Brewster has traveled 5Co of COUNTER, which is brim full 3.78 to the boys in school. bargains for every housekeeper. widely on three continents, before Besides their work as a quar his affiliation with the Red Oross. Ttrreit, Ky. 5.76 WtttwrelfM. Tewu 13,69. " , tette, the boys will do some solo An investigator of tropical fever ....', CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN D. CARROLL work. The leader will also strive conditions for' John Hopkins UniFor fares to other points, or further particulars,' to devolop some strong singing versity his years of dealings with .... Democratic Candidate Fair people during ins service m the by using the whole audience as ministry found out the wide exapply to local Ticket Agent. .. $ GOVERNOR a chorus with the quartette in perience of this vigorous Red : : :::" H Can Win in November. singing patriotic songs. :;::in t 1 The man. -- i of TurMmJand blended f"tr.r. JJ J$?' bgV"" "W.R.Grott &Co. MT. VERNON, KY. ?f''w VjVC J Wheat We -- - high standard this bank st for itself in the of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK THE We WANTED Central ling Co, The Rockcastle Milling liiiiitiiiiii :iit::: L.Kuber&Son it " Louisville Nashville Railroad Now "! GROCERIES MEAT, MEAL LARD, FLOUR Carry a Pull Line of To Trips tfV MT, VERNON OVERALLS ' -- -- ijjJ.B. west main street CUMMINS un tt::!:::tttfz::ss::rftsf:s::::::x :u V, I 7-- 25 J .1 '- s j&SiSttLmA "S.A" ,s - st fe-t- -tl - ' . i "f , T1JWBP- - "ys-'j- " - "fc " ifc. t, v..--: .r ; ?ga r? - ". - .& ,'4,": t s. tTs.stwfc.fc-v - V- - ftt "l.1 ".I . SS ;. MT7VEKN0N SIGNAL. FRTDAY,-JUL- Y ii; 1919-- ". . ;'t.e-. . - -- - .' K . ".,"K - JL-- ..- - '.'"' V-- ; .&,! . vf'-- " y 4tr' i, . $. V ' , T:w ySki?1L r u . ' '.. t ' "k -- - '".' i .J ,, -. ,1- - 5 i. r- '. !-: i: t. ', - t . - IBB ;. l- -! ' Ford. 'Hi .- f i - - ib m ' i i . lfc - hL - .1 m' iL bbm ' THE WORLD'S GREATEST Tey, are awful hard to get, but give r Jh i us your order and be patient it wont take long ' r f! . . Hi M I i) -- J.- j- aL.-- a; Tf - vfc. . 'r- - TH WORLD'S BEST TIRES ... u n ited States Goodyear ... :j 1 Vi .1 . -- V ACCESSORIES , "A -- ;. -- F, i rst - C 1 as s tv XXI R 4. e pa 4 i r Wo r k i - ?. - - " . ?,--' isrr ' 4 - - ,i? 'S.'-"'-' CARS FOR HIRE ANYTIME i I CZ ANYWHERE Before this year, is ended we shall have the most modern and. best equipped garage in Eastern Kentucky ' r 5 ,.; .y - a t 'r "5 ''-". ,.: :.-'- BR ANT BROS '. "... ... :n t ' " 'r '" .- ' t v "ft - -- ' r?, -- .' - e . ' - - - . v f & . .jt j . -. &, yi--- -i- . :'isf " 'v'.-'? l . SKr. - , ,,i'T.a T3. "tstsn- - KftM&';' s?: ,.," s ;it":a:;:,4:i,i; mrJTrm:':: -- iT.f ft -- .',' '.''-- ' .1' 3ijcm 'WW'A-'- . ' VJ' - ::r. ., -i "". - . . . ,,.;,,;;:. ; .'. ,-- - ,:Ar', .4- .'. ;Jr : "i XLiii "e: : ' :.J . "l - yST3t fA- xi: - ' ..ift-:-" r:s ?;: - ;- -;. t" t V- - i. fT'.- S ,- - ' ?.. V' . i . s SO" - - -- t ; Tennis shoes t. Vernon Signal pair, at Fish's. all sizes, 45c 'ww h should have, when Uucle Sam needed himv.as a. fighting man. The teachers ot Rockcastle Official figures showsjRockcas-tle- i Mt. Vernon, Ky, July 1 1, 1919 The reader 'should be certain to subscribed for $187,950,00 '.nearly one hundred strong have hear what'tV. McCormack has to Vio1 full ctriniT in Mf. Vornnn -, . uau. tun Liberty and Victory bonds. anaj m...-- . . uo "No. 79" y ctmceraaigtiinegreaMBi, asse Corarauxxl to 8IQNAL "watat this week. The iqi9 session of oae wltki -- good- health.,-- . ; . NOTICE the annual teachers institute Anyone wishing to buy a nice has, in many particulars been Those entitledi to enter the stock of groceries will see me at onb of the most interesting, in- - contest for the pig, to be given once. 1 will sell at a bargain. structive and inspiring meetings away at the State Development W. H. Brown, ever held in the county. Prof. Meeting, Mt. Vernon. July 14, '"- 7 Mt. Vernon, Ky. Joe Ireland has been the in- - 15, and 16;- LOUISVILLC & NASHVIU.E R.R.CO structorand search tbe state from Any one over twelve years old Nuilcur. TIME TABLE. in Roekcestle county, and A liberal reward for any in end to end and we do not believe 5 4i " 22 nortfl fnrmntinn flint: mill Ion4 tr ia abetter man 'for the place" can outside of an incorporated town .. 24 north ....... ... 35 a m finding 0f one deep Bay Horse, be found. He is a real educator wfiofappears'at the tent where 23 south 12:35 p m the needs of tbe this 'meeting "is 'to be"held, not 5 years old, about 16 hands high and knows 12:45 a m 21 3outh with a slight corked place on the country teacher. One noticeable .later than 3 p m. on either of the fact this year, is that there are above days.- The person is en- Ias. Landrum, Agent. right hind hoof. but few men teachers. The titled 'to receive ar'ticket which Phone No. 8. Roy L. Wells, large majority are young ladies, will give him or her-- chance to East Bemstadt, Ky. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice We have never had a more in- receive a prize that will.be drawn mail matter. s as NOTICE. telligent looking bunch of teach- for at 5 o'clock when, the meeting - The. pig will .then and PERSONAL There will be a meeting of the ers assembled and we firmly be' to the one there- be lieve that as a whole, Rockcas reported Mt. Vernon Fair Association at Mrs. Mary Carter is the Fair grounds on Saturday tle has the best qualified lot of holding the lucky .number. Afvery sick. July 26th for the purpose of teachers we have eyer had. Mrs. ter the drawing for 'the pigeon Dr. and Mrs. John M. Williams cleaning up the grounds and Alice Davis, Supt has done her each .day, there will be twelve ad "" are' here from Paris visiting rela- -j getting it in shape for the 3 big best to make the institute both ditional numbers drawn out, which JZsSvff. "irtr Tnn" r"ir"irn iV iiTn iiWi' 'ij1i3hBB tives. holder of the cor- the pleasant and profitable, which days of the fait, Aug. W. H. Fish spent the first of Now please let every stock holder fact the teachers well know and responding.number to a subscription to one of several newspapers the week in Cincinnati buying remember the date and come in appreciate. goods. The Committee on Resolutions which the editors have generousand help. Dont forget the date were as follows and reported the ly donated for this occasion. Prof. D. H. Lyon was here Saturday July 26, 19 19. following resolutions which were Monday in the interest of th ' Livingston people always do Chattanooga, Tennessee,, adopted: school. " the right thing and that fact .. July 4th, 1919. Mr. and Mrs Clay Thompson has again been demonstrated RESOLUTIONS: Judge, Cam Mullins, of Level Green, spent Sunday through the Salvation Army of Rockcastle Mt. Vernon, Ky We, the teachers with relatives here. drive which has just closed. county beg to submit the follow- Dear Judge Mrs. W. T. Davis is spending a Livingston was asked for $150 ing resolutions: Instead of ; being discouraged few days with her daughter, Mrs. and they came forward with First: We wish to thank the over the5 difficulties' which we enClaSy Thompson, atLevel Green. 173 95. N. H Oliver was chair- people of Mt. Vernon for their countered through in Miss Grace Griffin will teach man of the drive in that town hospitality during the week, es- RocKcastle, Laurel.Jand Whitley e and deserves special mention for pecially Mr. and Mrs. F L. Dur counties, Kentucky, on our re-- 1 in Lincoln this fall and Miss w '.t..v Cummins will teach in Lau- the interest manifested and the ham who permitted the teachers. cent inspection tour, we feel that ,.x r tP l'ri admirable way in which the cam- IU use uicii ianu auu jwiyu mi m we have every reason to look for rel. When 'crimes'- to values, there's nobody Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young paign was handled and the suc- reception, and .Mrs. Davis and the ward to the completion ot j the, .3r . Entertainment Committee who highway and to the openingvof Ja-j&itleft Wednesday for a two weeks cessful finish. sellforcash class, for we buy JcJ 2h furnished such delightful refresh-- , tne eastern aivisiou. Detween jin-- . to relatives in Western visit Master Jack Crawford cele I'TPCJ'if 't Kentucky. brated his fourteenth birthday ments, also we wish to thank the cinnatirand Knoxville for through " 'When St comes to fit, fashions and fabrics Mr. and Mrs. Sherridan Bow- last Friday, with a picnic for citizens who visited us and made travel, within a year from date. man, of this place, spent Sunday his friends at Sigmons cave. inspiring talks. With the continuance of the must offer you none can offer you inofe-rmari- y Second: We wish to thank our splendid spirit which vour county with Mr. and Mrs. fcLarve Bow- The parents and a 'few friends ; ' ' 'less sou man, of Hiatt. joined the party, and in all there worthy superintendent and excel- has manifested in tbe past we Miss Marguerite Welch has were more than nfty. Each lent instructor for their services hr ve every confidence in your Come on in in promoting the work of the In- ability to overcome the obstacles get acquainted and see the been in Columbus, Ohio for the family took a basket and believe i stitute, which you have before you. offer,you "You needn't buy, past two weeks visiting her uncle, us those baskets were well filled. new Third: That the te.'ichers of It is our desire to It was a most pleasant outing J T.- - Welch. "' but you will and when the parting time came, the county give their loyal sup- with "you to the fullest extent and tfj Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller and port to the Agricultural Club. to that end we are going to ask Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller spent we believe the grownups were as Fourth: That we heartily en- that a strong committee be approud of the fact that Jack had A Sunday with E. B. Brown and had a birthday as were the dorse the County School Fair and pointed in your county 'to take tamilyneer Quail. believe that much good can be active charge of the' Dixie Highway-Logan Bryant and younger. Set. j .. BETWEEN accomplished by all teachers par- interests THE: and to assist? you The Hottentots, is the title of ticipating therein; that we request Kay Clontz were jn Cincinnati THE your efforts to open thjs, imthis week and brought home some the play presented "at Graded the faculty of our County High in BANKS STORE;.?. Please school building" Wednesday even- School at Mt. Vernon, to take portant thoroughfare. new cars for Bryant Bros. either appoint this committee or' Mrs. Dolan, who is with .her ing' They play was written by charge of , this work and we as have it done at the earliest possidaughter, Mrs. R.A.Welch has John- Lair, a Rockcastle .boy teachers hereby pledge ourselves ble moment so that we can comJLEAWMOJ a month. Some and presented by local talent. to help. .been sick for municate with them direct. WE -L'EAD OTHERS FOLLOW days she is better and then No play thas has ever been Fifth: We pledge ourselves-tcordial best wishes we With presented by- home people has continue to support the Council , worse again. : beg to remain, ' Very Mr,. and Mrs. E. W. Hackney, been more- thoroughly enjoyed of Defense and to assist in raising truly yours, and appreciated than was the the fund for the erection, .of a ' of London, nd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ashersold to, W."T. CrawV. D. L. Robinson; Sec'y. Stanley P. Stephenson, of Hous Hottentots. The author took home for the destitute children. of Judge Mullins "has appointed ford his farm of "4o acres .on r part who kept the ourState."1 ' tonville, were with Mr. and Mrs. the .following committee whose the west side of the Richmond crowd in laughter from "start to We are heartily in "fa- dntyit shall be' to keep in .touch pike and .'just inside.of the cor"; W. H. Fish Sunday. Sixh: finish. The chapel'of-th- e vgraded vor ofthe Fiscal Court raising a poration.. Price paid ,'006. .," w tip." 'herej- - from school was filled-tits capacity the tax for educational purposes with and look after the Interest hispar-eutLynhburg, Va., to see orthe Dixie Highway through DEMPSEY WHIPS- WILLARDH' and but few" lost theopportunity tbisc on tbe loo. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ma'rtin Rockcastle county. .. The follow- - ' Jack Dempsey:whippedi the dSJ to express, not only to Mr. Lair f.,1 Seyenth: Resolve that in future ing is the Vernon, Ky., July 14, 1919. Willie is a fine young man and committee:. Dr. R.G". "stuffing- out of Jess Willara at iti to the. other boys and girls, each teacher attend the full sesbut W "A'tfL, 'is doing well in Lynchburg. ". alL-oWebb, Livingston, L. W Be- - Toledo Friday, takings only one whom, did.well his or. her ;, j thurum.- E S. Albright, U.C. round to do' if. However,, the 3:00 p. m. RuTus Dola'ri and sister, .Miss part, their, appreciation of the sion of t?the Institute. Siuging, University of Kentucky Quartette we thank our or Davis, W. H. Fisb;DrVM' penn are splendid efforts. The play will Erghth: That Hose Dolan, of Louisville, r f ,sG v.rm decision was 'not1 "given .uatil'iitefJ t JI f p.Vl; 1"Of gauizTng'the m. Communkv. here' oh the- - account of the seri- possibly ,be presented at .other ganist and secretary for) their mgtqn, Mt. Vernon, and H. H third round, wheniWillard was-- ' duu ' taithtuiuess during tne weeic Frank McVey, University of Kentucky V. V Wood, of Wildie. ous illness of their mother. Mrs. points before summer is over. : too badly used up to face his anNinth: 'Tis with grief we re. 3:50r.p"..m". -- Health forlsale, Dolan 's condition is considered was th6 member that one of our number, URGES "BETTER BABIES,X tagonist further. It .' 'Dr. A. T. McCormack, State Board of health very serious. KULES GOVERNING fight on record. most i :. Miss Addie Belle Helton has 4:30 p. mj Homemaking, CONTEST. Atty. and Mrs. C. C. Williams, America has not . lost millions A great crowd witnessed the passed from our midst since, last . of . babies as. have the nations bout' and 'the- gate receipts x :.4 Dora Spnnendy, Extension Division, College of Agriculture Judge R. G. Williams, Mrs. Mary we met. We hereby extend our Mrs. Cleo Brown and Every person who enters the' abroad. But, even America amounted to $9oo,ooo.- .Willard 9:00. p.' m. Singing, Williams, of Kentucky Quartette sympithy to the bereaved family does not value Miss Risse Williams drove thru contest must reside in Rockcas her babies as she was guaranteed - ioo,qop and 8:40 Motion Pictures, ; and friends. s'houjd. Better babies in America Dempsey $27,000. , to Somerset last Sunday to spand tie County and outside of an in . '.'Helping the Farmers of Tomorrow." "Construction of Tenth: Thatt a copy of these would mean stronger men and the day with Mr. arid Mrs. M. C. corporated town and be over resolutions be sent to the Signal Concrete Silos,.". "Control of Hog Cholera." " will face a women. Nothing can be of great , . President Wilson Williams. Mrs. Mary Williams twelve yeir of age. They must " ' for publication,- - and that we thank two bittep JULY 15, 1919 . er Importance to any community Senate .divided into delivers'his" r remained over for a . few weeKs be on band and receive a ticket his courteousness. the editor for 3:00 p. m. Better Roads, tactions when he than the care of the; children visit. They found the road pretty at the tent where said meeting is message to that body. Senators Jesse Fish, Chm 1 J. M. Kendall, State Department Roads when they are small. rough traveling, but that was to be held,, not later than 3:00 p. W. B. Sigmon. are", determined to bring about 3:40 The" Rural Churoh Community .. The due to the fact they took the m , on the above dates, and must .Farmers! - .. I. A. Chasteen. separation of. the peace treaty road- - Morris and Eirl be present at the drawing which . Vernop Meeting at Mt. wrong . is in Rilda Chandler, Com. Community Fruit Growing; covenant and the ' will take place . at the deed fortunate in securing Dr. and the League Mrs RoyBeasley, Phillips drove them through. close of H..R. Niswongerr Extension Division. College of Agriculture make the Clyde Watson. each afternoon session at 5:00 p. Prances Sage Bradley, one of President is ready toto prevent 8:0o p m. Better Babies, his Lamar Thompson, j the most noted women physici fight of step: 'career m. " LOCAL Democratic Seti& - ' - Dr. FrancestSage Bradley, Children's Bureau, Washington. ans in the world; to lecture on such a If the one holdinar a ticket DOCTOR IS BIG p. m. Motion" Pictures, tors are organized to resist the t Something new every day at does not appear with same in : "Health for Sale" is a rather ."Better Babies." Dr. Bradley attack by G. O, P chiefs. Politi- -' "Government Poultry Farm, Beltsville, Md. ' is being sent to this meeting five minutes after the number is large topic, Fish's. but Dr. A. T. Mc- from the Children's Bureau at cal students are confident 'that' -Mr. George Burnett of Level drawn, another number will be Cormack is big enough to handle tT '' . the JJemocratic Administration "" JULY 16, 1919 drawn which will entitle the per it with ease. Several years ago, Washington. Green, died Monday of dropsy. will .winand declare a Republican 3:00 jit is interesting to- note that son holding the corresponding when the Doctor talked to audiv ,? m."- - Making Better Schools ? victory, is impossible. The two year old child of Mr. numoer Dr. Bradley has Jately returned varawn. last to trie prize. Gilbert, Supt Public Instruction : .r.L; Prof- - and Mrs. JobrxHansel was brought No one,,personwill be"" eligible to ences in Farmers Community to America from France where FILM FOLLOWS TALK. er 3.:40.p. Famin 01 "here from Harlan county "Wed receive more than one prize dur-- Meetings, he had a strong mes- - rshe had been at .work for the No program at Fern- Creek J Extension Division, College of Agriculture r ; sage; out, he 'has a bigger and burial. nesday morning-fogovernment during the war. wouldTie complete in?theiFemM:20tp..m.-tTj:ust-Chrcken- s, mg the meeting. stronger message today, He has For Sale. One 2 horse powEvery person qualified to enter been in the army; he has been With her knowledge" of the con- ureeic neignoornood without a -J..HkJIartin, Experiment Station dition of the children in France talk by'a manwHo knows gardener Gasoline Engine good as new. this contest can receive at the in Panama; he has had a chance land other foreign 8:0d p.m. Rural'Relief Work countries, "Dr: ing and fruit growing. H. Rv Also a small mill and belting. aoor 01 tine tent a ticket with a to do many different" -- - . : : - Dr. S. E. Brewster, things and Bradley will be able" to Americam Red Cross make 'k Niswonger; who is one of theWill sell cheap if sold at orice.-- number on it corresponding to a at the same time be .has met 8:40 p. m Motion Pictures, strong plea for "Better special men Hayk. Arch numbec-lha- t will be placed in a many men. This exteusive ac- Very Extension Div. Babies" in the United States;- - - isipuof:the Collegeof- - Agricuh . 'Brodhead, Ky, box, and when, the time arrives maaiuguuuH, uiesana: Mosquitoes," "Straw-herrquaintanceship and wide travel .U Growiag in Warren County, Ky. tuYe, will"'' talk containing 76 for drawing, the numbers in tbe give" him a new grip on the Modern Gar TOR Salk: Farm' . .1 r. SALESMEN WANTED? ' dening" arhe"Farmers,, Comnotes more or less, located 1 box :wilt "be thoroughly stirred., question of health in the whole To solicit orders for lubricatniles m.rth of Brodhead, "Ky?, aiid'a person ,who has been blind- community. He lias also had an ing oils, grease- - and paints. Sal- munity Meeting'Tury-itb-., ,( C: C; near Chestnut Grove School folded will pick one number from army experience which leaves a ary or Commission. Address ' 'Bis talk will- - have ri splendid,. '"ATTORNfiv-Aiy'rXtfollowiag np an the .evrnujg;! -House, price $3,000. Known as the box. When this number has physician "with a viewpoint of THE LENNOX mtybnon,ky. b. W. BETHURUM OIL & PAINT when l the- - film ' "Strawbecry Cherry farm. ;Has plenty of been called" by the judges, the the prevention of sickness the OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of ATTORNEY AT LAW s. ICO. . Qleveland, O. Growing m Warren County,, Ken? ., Bank 0 Mt.. Vernon, on goad water, good Buildings and person eligible to receive rC he It is unnecessary to call attenMT.VKRNON, RY. ind.eed.1 mile from school: priz presenting- - the, ticket with tion" to the fact that while the 'tuckV' 'is: snowifi orchard, Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street . tion giveu'cbllections. fortunate that the u management the corresponding number will country, boy has an'abundahW";: '' ' J. A.VaNC,',;" va ' 'PNONSO Fen;ruiQNts has.been able to use speakers and' be entitled to the prize. t Mi-t- f 0f fresh air, eggs, butteV'aJd i .- !: MW1HHBM Brodheadt Ky. Tum;jitiui aiiQiaetj v;' .w iociiaojs e.v:-- l y.U' - Ju- per Teachets' Institute milk,he did not have the health 79 "75 ,- . '" J 4-t- f. -- li-i- ng - a second-clas- wiH-close- - 111 m will-entitl- e 13-14- -15. When it comes to clothing, gentle- :- Sin-ni- men, FISH'S is the buyword it f6r--jGai3kan- . f Sl-dT- a I co-ope- rate thingswe, j --- D.-ahd- " 3 - o - - he-leadin- g PROGRAM n -- WvL.n-.Ma'rti- o s, - - " ' STATE DEVELOPMENT MEETING, a 1 -- - Mt. -- i - -- -- " -- .?r: -- one-side- d - -- -- - - " -- 4:20-pm- s- -- 0 - m - -- " ." ra.--Be.tt- gr .' - - I -- -- -- -- -- -- in-th- e "- y k -- on-1- 1 WJffifima W fcifoic8833cr ! . - -- J fe ujmaren Off . -- "5" lyi. t v - r - M "vs. w'.v!''X'u lk,l-t, v Li T 'FV V v y-T- ' f!&&$sg& tff. - & erK v -- - - - r WV3?-' "T 'rwtm fttir.tf atiM ", i PRIVATE SINGLETON ) BAsK STATEMENT. Report of the condition of the Bank of Mt Vernon doing business at the town of Mt. Vernon, County of Rockcastte, State of Kentucky, at the close of busi- -' on the 25th day of June 1919. -- bank .Statement m USE (Codtinued from 1st page "here in W hite Fawii Rvinbrohl, Germany. Report of the condition of the First State Bank, doing business in the town of Livingston, County of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, at the close of- h i iness on the 25th day of June 1919. - n f Children Cry for Fletcher's FLOUR (Sign?d')'Kgbert Singleton. EGBERT SINGLETON RESOURCES Loans and discounts ist Ind. C. O. Battery "A" i2ih P. A. Overdrafts secured ;and un-- . secured A. P O 7io, 6 June, I9I9. To sethe Comraandiuu Officer 1st Bat talion. 12th Field Artillery. 1. kESOURCES Loans and Discounts $ 127.197.36 Overdrafts, secured and unI $33,07,01 52.92 1,715.10 Stocks, bonds and other secured Stocks, bonds and other xm. ssKf IL fc m sam vP m ssa assm m se- curities Due from banks Cash on hand Banking house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate Other assets not included under any of the above heads expenses paid. . . . 3,250.00 Made from selected Red Winter Wheat f Fr Sale by all Merchants' Furwarded. (Signed)tirwin C.W. Davis. Erwin C. W. Davis.--' Captain, 6th Field Artilley. Headq-iarter- curities .".... 6,724.57 Due from banks 6,131.06 Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Lanking house, furniture 1,650.25 600.00 26,609.0 2,684.77 6,031.T 132.76 2,622.43 She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of Allow nn nn fn dcifrj7 tttiti in tViic d" and fixtures and has been made under his per-V- j, sonal superrision since its infancy. A trial will convince you. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Twelfth Field Artillery, Ameiican Expes Total $71,199.13 LIABILITIES. ' 1,350.36 Capital stock paid in, in cash $15,000.00 All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 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 !een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, 'Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, sids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. ditionary Forces. From : Commanding Office,12tli, Field Artillery. To : Y. M . C. A Secretary, thru lames A. Calderbead, Y. M.C. A. Personnel Office, Coblentz. Crab Orchard Miling j CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Undivided profits, les-ex penses and taxes paid LIABILITIES TVnrwirs Hiibipf't to Capital stock paid in, in caSh $15,000,00 $54,207.58 check 829,10 Surplus fund 7,000.00 Time Deposits 4.368,88 Other Liabilities not includ- Undivided profits ed under any of the above Deposits subject to check . 122,269.82 Tntal. tuR RZRTn s I ! 1,090.10 55,036 8 What is CASTORIA 1 1 Co- .- Total $148,638.70! heads 72.25 Subject : Correction of statement of Pvt. Egbert Singleton, Battery A l2th Field Artillery. Enclosed herewith signed statement of Private Egbert Sineleton, Battery A. i2th F A. to the effect that his previous statement regarding the Y. M. C. A. in Rheinbrobl is incorrect. 2. Regret, that a member of 1. J Which Way Are You Traveling? ? ) State of Kentucky, Countv of Rockcastle J We, T J Niceley and V L Ricbarde, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. T J Niceley, President, W L Richards, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1919, VV. H. Fish, Notary Pubhr My commission expires Jan. 14, 1922. $ 71,199.03 Total , gtate of Kentucky set. County of Rockcaste We, W. H. Cotongim and A. B. Hum ble, Vice Pres. and Cashier of the above Bank, solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS r Backwards or forward You can change your direction if ou want to. You know your weakness and you can remedy them if you will. Your future lies with yourself. You are the architect of your own fortune the shaper of your own deotiny. A little ECONOMY will save your -w future-m- ake was responsible for such a misstatement of facts, NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION . OF LIVINGSTON COAL there being no grounds or ex COMPANY, A COR cuse whatever. PORATION. avisa-bl- e 3. Believe it would be Notice is hereby given that the to publish his signed stateLivingston Coal Company, Inment, refuting bis former state corporated, is closing up its busiment, in the newspaper in which ness by unamious consent of its " the original article appeared. stockholders. (Signed) John D Von Holtzendorff Livingston Coal Compaay, .. B. D. Fannou, President. John D. Von Holtzendorff, this command knowledge and belief. W. H. Cottongim, Vice President A. B Humble, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of July, 1919. My Commission Kxpires Apr 10, 1922 G W Murphy, 7 In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CtMTAUH OOMfAMV. N KW VOKK CITV. Notary Public. Thos C Welch R G Webb 1 Directors and next a better; day than month a better month than this by starting that to-da- y Lieut. Colonel, lath Field Artillery. Commanding. Bank Account FIRST STATE BANK TWO EARS OLD PAST. CASTOR Always bears the Signature of 'k WW0 I A For Infants and Children Capital Deposits is $15000.00 $64000.00 KENTUCKY In Use For Over 30 Years &J&H SUMMER COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN There is not anything Jike soj many deaths from this disease now as before Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy came into such general use. When R. B. Winkler. 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