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Mount Vernon signal: July 18, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919071802_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 18, 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. iH0fcIN3 THROUGH ii uro;-ottt.i- i 0101- - W MT. VEliNON SIGNAL, ffKlDAY, ,TULY18, 1915 J1 j Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. VkiiNON, Ky, July 18, at Lot Fish do your Rev. Jnmes Riddle will preach Buckeyo the Fourth Sunday in and it will bo done well. t ilonng this month nt 11 o'clock. Capt. D. C. Tackott, of Wick of your Piano liffo, Ky., is the Superintendent Music Send name or Organ with 2c stamps we will of construction of tho Dixio up "No. wnni nnnl toComniunl-onsend 25c piece sheet music free. Highway, which road is being wltli HIQNA.L, Capt Consolidated Music Co., Toccoa, built by convict labor. Sackett knows roud building Ga. Rm I5 Bank Bldg. uud likewise knows what a days W. T. Short who was a candiwork is. The convict boys are date for state Senator from this district withdrew from tho raco getting accustomed to tho tem4 Naixviui R. n. Co. several days ago and therefore perature and are doing good l,ouivillc his name will not appear on the work. Capt. Sackett Is much TIMB TABLE. pleased with tho progress of tho S 45 pin ticket, 22 north work and thosp who have puised D. B. Chandler has bought a over tho grade which is being 8:35 am 24 nortli I2:35 1' m house and lot from Mrs. S. A. built south of town, are equally 53 south 12:45 a m Barnes on Main St, Brodhead, well pleased with tho 21 cSouth character his Jas. Lanijrum, Agent. for $1500.00 and will movo can of work that is being done. family there as soon as he Phone No. 8. Mt. Vernon has two new Doctors get possession. one M. Dt and the other D.D S. Entere.l at llir Mt Vernon, Ky. Potonce mull mutter., There is 011 display at Fish's The hi former is Dr. Byron money from most all foreign Owens, nephew of Dr. Walker L'KHHONAIi Some from Russia, Owens and the tatter is our own countries. England, John D. Henderson. They aro France, Dolau is reported vcr Germany, Mrs. and others too numerous both tMrd year men, and their much worse to day. Hireece record in school and standing in U. 0 Baker is in Louisville class shows them to be good Mrs. Wutihloy Baker, of the this week buying goods. ones. Thoy have fitted up an Miller McCoy is in Now York Clear Creek section, who was adjudged insane and sent to the office over drug storo, will do a con Mrs. Kminott Sowdor Lexington Asylum two weeks ago, littlo practice but principally very sick. tinues themselves to only lived a few days. Her body they will devote C. D. Sutton spent lust week in was that line which will benefit sent buck for burial. Cincinnati buying more goods. them most in their next years' The motion for a uew trial fo r work. It is safe to say that July Samuel Patten arrived homo from Germany Wednesday night. W. M. Mullins and Jeff Johnson, r 1920 will see the shingles ot convicted in the Laurel Circuit both these splendid young men Kmmott Bryant is very much Court for the killing of bettor and will soon be able to be Manus, was over ruled byLuther hung out in Mt. Vernon. Judge out. W. R. Gott & Co., aro W. M. Lewis. The case will from Mt. Vernon an averand Kdtia be carried to the Court of Appeals Misses Chriitino age of I25 cans of blackberries. Davis uro with friends at Win Goo. W. Allen and Miss Bortha These cans hold seven and eight chester. Anglin are to be married today ut gallons to tho can. Whit goes Mrs Minnie Anderson attended tile borne ot the bride near John-ett- out from Mt. Vernon is a small tho funeral of Mrs 'jim Tato at this county. George has part.com parodl with those shipped Hrodheud Monday. recently returned from oversea frnmn)) mhnr points ia the coun Miss Mattyo Chesnut has re- and says he will now settle down ts'. J. S. Gott--, of Berea, is the turned from a visit Ju old Rockcastle, We buyer for tire Lippincott Co.," all " extend congratulations. over the state. Never has there Mis Madello Lyons, of LouisJudge Cam Mullins has sold been known a crop ot blackville, is the attractive visitor of his residence on Gentry Lauo, to berries the equal of the iqi9 tho Misses Sparks. Price paid crop and had it not been for Mr. W. T. Crawford. Miss Hdith Phillips, of Wildie. $2,000. This property joins the Gott thousands of gallons would is, visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B. land recently bought by Mr. no doubt, have wasted in the Wheeler of Covington. Crawford from Fred Asher. fields. Mr. Gott figures that ho Mrs. C. II. White and little Judge Mull'm bought the farm will pay to the people of this daughter, Mae Lillian, will re- of W. A. McKetme, known as the county alone not less than $15,000 turn to Mt. Vernon in a few days. Miller farm about one mile East for berries. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Callahan, of of town. Price paid for farm FROM TRENTON MISSOURI. Conway were with Mr. and Mrs. $1800. To Mt. Vernon Signal: The S. F. Bowman during the week. Lieut. Hubert Hall and Miss death of little Beulah Hibbard. Dorothy and Lucille Albright Beulah, the fourteen months old Ruth Renner were married will go to London today to viit Jthe homo of the bride daughter of Mr, andJMrs. Hiram iTaiidfothor and. other rela near Codarvilio, this"5" county Hibbard, died on" East "ii'th'st., lives. The brido is theattroctivc daugh- Friday; July 11, at ten minutes Loonard Kirhy has returned ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ren- to eleven o'clock. She suffered from overseas but has been sick ner of the southern section of two days with a burn. Her death over since his return. He is the county. Lieut. Hall has re- was a sudden shock to her family just now able to get out. from eleven The child was playing around the cently returned Jop Smith, who has had a !ong months seivice oversea. Thoy stove on which, her mother was seigo of typhoid was able to will live in this county for awhile baking, when she pitched come to town Wednesday for Tho Signal joins a host of friends falling with both palms against the red hot stove. Both lirst time in several weeks. in extending congratulations. Dutch Sowder, son of Mr. and died at tho hands were severely burned and B. R. Wihnott to tho child was so M rs Loguo Sowder, was thrown Lakeland Sanitorium. Lexington, the shock Tuesday and pain, Sunday, and Ills remains were great that she never revived. from a wagon Tho funoral services were held fully but not soriously hurt. brought to Brodhead, his old Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Branaman luinifr, Monday afternoon and Saturday afternoon at Grand of Wildie, came over this morn- buried in the Christian church Center. The child was a granding and are sponding the day cemetery with Mssonic honors, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. with Mr. and Mrs W. B Sigmon. lie leaves a widow and three Reams. Mr. Hibbard lived at Dudley, Ky., several years. UFrom Dwight Uo.wman writes his small children, two brothers, R thero he moved to Laurel connty, motlior from Auson, Kansas that (J. Wihnott, of Lexington, and thon in August i9iS, ho moved 0. Wilmott, Jof Knoxvillo, and ho is getting along fine in wheat 0 to Trenton, Mo., whore ho has liurvf sting and making five a day three sisters, Mrs. Walter Mil since lived. ler. of Lebanon Junction; Mrs. driving a team hauling wheat. Miss Bess Sproulo, who has George Brooks, of Elvado, New County Commission leon in Detroit for several Mexico, and Mrs. Homer Wallin, The Rockcastle County Dixio months is with relatives and of Danvillo. Highway Commission recently two friends at Brodhead for J. F. Matson, and son, Everett named for this county met yes weeks. Miss Sproule is em- C. Watson, celebrated their 65th terday morning in the law offices ployed by tho Ford Motor Co. and 24th birthdays respectfully of Judge L. W. Bothurum and orRobert Allen, prominent young last Saturday. A big dinner ganized by electing E. 5. Al business man of Covington, is in was served ut their home in bright, Chairman and W. H. Fish, the county a day or so visiting Brodhead as is the usual custom Secretary. The other members Robert Allen is esch year. Those attending from of tho committee are Judge his parents. L. W. one of the boys who have gone t distance were Mr. and Mrs Bothurum, Dr. M. Pennington, out and made gcod in tho world. W. T. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Chas. C. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Row Wobb, pastor of tho Bap- Prewitt, Miss Anna Prowitt, and EI. H. Wood, of Wiidio and Dr. tist church, has moved his family Willie Prowitt, of near Lancaster; K. G. Webb, of Livingston. The hero anCTh occupying the prop- Miss Boss Liyton and John duties of this committee aro to erty on Old Main street recently Smith, of Kirksville; and Mr. act in conjunction with tho Dixie purchased by Dr. M. Pennington und Mrs. F. L. Durham, and Highway Commission, tho State for use as a parsonage Tho prop sou, Master Austin, of Mt. Road department and tho county erty 1ms been remodled and reauthorities in the construction of paired. tho Dixio through Rockcastle and Tho blackberry crop In other roads of the county as well. Mrs. James Dolan is still, very castlo is a bumper. The The following resolution was ill at tho home of her daughter, are full of them and the poople All her are getting good prices for them. adopted: Mrs. R. A. Welch. Rksolvhd, That we accept children are at her bodside now. W. R. Gott has already bought Mrs. J. W. Southard and little and shipt over Oo.ooo pounds appointment as members of tho daughter, Alma, of Evansvillo, which is over 10,000 gallons. Rockcastle County Dixie High-waCommittee, the purpose of Ind , Mrs. Put Wolch, Mrs. J. V. Rating theso at 30 cents per gal McDonald, Mrs. P. A. Ticken-dor- Ion you will see that a sum of which is to co oporato with the Misses Matye and Roso $3,000.00 has been paid to the Dixio Highway Commission und Dolan und Rufus Dolan, of Louis- people by this ono crop already tho Stato Road Department of ville and James and Tom Dolan, James Chancy brought a couple Kentucky in tho furtherance of of Harlan. of the Dixio of wagou loads yesterday and got tho construction $144 for them. This is not all Highway und other public roads LOUAL, tho berries shipt from this county through Ro:kcastlo County and by u long shot. Thoro are buy- other counties of this section AM kinds of hats for the kid- ers at Wildie, Brodhead, Livings, of tho b tato, uud wo en tor ton, Murothurg, Muillos Station. hourtily dius ut Fish's. and enthusiastiMrvTn mil ami i'nrif ntlint afntlnn Mrs. Stove Drew died Sunday lTiI9 fatal blackberry cron for cally upon our duties as such, at her homo near spams yuarry Rockcastle will more than likely and tho in tent ton of this of pellagra. She had been sick reach the $10,000 00 murk before resolution is to notify the said I the season closes. Dixie Highway Commission and four or five yours. 1919 79 79 Iwt4 '1 w,fifife Your Red Crbss ffiJS uronil-ciMa Is Still Busy READ WHAT YOUR DOLLAR IS DOING Red o In Cross eludes Continued Can of Returning Fighters. Peace-Seryic- SINCE chief ainrof the of the first call to arms the American boys in service. -- Red Cross hai been the comfort and Welfare ship-pin- g a, Tho Hed Cross as an organization has been growing .with the growing needs of the soldiers, Bailors and marines since the first transport started overseas. Under the Department ot Military Relief of the Red Cross a plan was formed and Is being carried out which brings every possible comfort and help to the fighting men out of lines or In sick, convalescent, well, maimed or "whole!" Having taken them comfprtably all the way over tho Red Cross will to provide for their welfare until the I ant man Btcps off the gang plank of the last transport of leaves the doorway of the last hospital. Care of' the returning soldier falls Into three branches: Miscellaneous Service for the Comfort and Yelfaro of Soldiers Home Service Jn tho Camp and Recreation. It la difficult to say which of these Is the most Important, go greatly does each depend on the other, weaving an mantle of comfort and relief that spreads over each and every soldier. eon-tlnn- J. When it comes to pt .ft " A - clothing, gentl m en, FISH'S is the buy word i. 1 .ii V ...vs tdllouston-"vilUTamrStanfo'r- Land-sta- y iilr The Holdler Is not discoursed, but he can't help thinking, az he klles hospital, wltk' his thnre In tht. s.tymp of aH.Rr.lll or hlsP twisted knee, and waits for tho transport that will take hl:n home. When the day comes at last, he Is carried aboard on a stretcher. him are a pair of new pajamas, a ttril Ciojs comfort kit and plenty of 'mnokpj." Aboard there Is ;a Red Cross man with his hands always Hlled with "extras." On the way to the deb.trkatlon hospital, theroMs the ante old Hed Cross 'smile, and' the sue csslon of sandwiches', pies and'eoffor U night, while .the train 'jSpcedc towards the army hospital near hli town, there are the canteen' worn 'ii at tho stopping places.' , When the soldier reaches the conniluscent stage, there Is,. thi Ret ""ross house, with t3 hom'e'l'ke tea una, easy cbalrH, rugs.tpiiijlc, Jianies. ooks, newspapers .'and ?nnh?eBe- s- How the Red Cross Helps fie When it comes to values, there's nobody 1. jn ourc!ass, for we Buy for cash andsellfbrcasH When it comes to fit, fashions and fabrics none can offer you more many must offer you less Be-ild- o so Al in Come on in get acquainted and see the new things we offer you. You needn't buy, but you will. r t - .SeLaCtA' - Wu7 THE - ihreplac,-ih(suriTvSHor15tht- for-war- d, torch, accordlt,!? to tho season. On lie ilajH thci Is tho .Motor Corpt hat tuktM the soldiers for delightful ountr spins. It Is by these man) mall attentions, that mean so much l.it tho Red Cioss endeavors to make a'tt.ng well" easy. A sick or wound d soldier does not get well boon if ,1s mind Is not happily attuned and .U iei.-odoubles at rest. Sick, convalescent or well, a soldlei-nahaw recouise to Home Service, me phase of Red Cros3 work. Anxlet) oer home affairs unceitainty over V safety and welfare of loved ones efe done more to weaken the morale if the men than most grlpvom wounds I'celvcil in battle, or even the endur nee of short rations, or trying dat nd nlghtb under fire. Red Crosi lome Service endeavors to bridge tht ap between the soldier and his home, nd to act as tho Inteivcnlng ngent tc ;hom all petitions may be trusted nd all cares consigned. Five ImnJrec '.cd Cross Home Service reprcsenta vos are working In the camps of tlilt ountiy and In tho army hospltaU, ith their 60.0UO patients. Among the litest Innovatlnua an ho banking agencies, established In veuty-twdemobilization campr., Hie author ty of some neurb; leai lug houte or bank, enabling a dls barged tcldier to deposit part of hit Uncharge money for tiaiioinlt-sioto ny bank ho may deln.ite. In ex" haiiRe for a non negotiable receipt. U Camp Taylor alone. JIJL'.IMS was lepualtcd in this way within the space if eleven days. The breadth arid scope of the Red ,'rosa peace program, as it concerns the returning holdler. Is readil) tppreclated. Up cannot feel neglected or forlorn as long as the Red Cross Ir surely no poslblo eom with liim, fort, no posslbte need hub been over "ooked The three great arms worl 'ogether amicably, smoothly, Jolntl;. each pel forming tha Insks that fall within Its Immediate field, yet extend Ing Its activity to dovetail happll with the other branches. In the Held, In (he camp, in tht home, the Red Cros Is omnipresent wherever the soldier goes or wherevet his Interests lie. It knows no nrmls tlcn ,ln Its fight against sickness, worry, despair or trouble. nl un-e- r ui STORE !!!., JLEADmOJ BETWEEN "banks' AVE I LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW high standard this bank ' st for itself in the conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emer-.genand under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is "one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK THE cy y Editor'! Notes Thl It tht nut of t terlet of tlx article! Intitd from the Lake Dlvlilon rteadquartirt of the Red Crota Qlvlng official American detallt of the peace time extension of Red Crott work In accordanct with the Ideal of tervlce to humanity which Ii the bull of all Red Cron activity. f, - tile Stuto Roud Department that we are ready to uct on orders from oithor of said bodies, and will work in hunnony with Charles K. Bradbury, County Read Hngineer of Rockcastle County, and the Mscal Court of others Intel said Couuty, and ested in the work herein specified. -- 11 Any man who trios to block a good road is standing in his own light. Arrow Collars, Arrow Shirts, and Arrow Handkerchiefs at ROCKCASTLK COUNTY FISCAL COURT. To tho Road Overseers of County: All public roads worked by malitia must bo completed and reports tiled by tho respective overseers with tho Magistrates of each magisterial district, by the overset rs on or boforo tho 1st day of October, 1919, if said rpads are not worked and Fish's. Justice or County Judge. iiot.uut offby August 20, 1919. If suid roads aro not worked A true copy uttest: each overseer is subject to S. P. Bowman, in the Circuit Court. C. K. C. C. And each overseer is to keep nil emergency work done ut once, X. C. C. attounkv-at.u- a W A such ns removing obstructions, MT.VKKNON.KV. Ufi filling ir.ud holes, and washouts OI'FICK.- - Onacd.floorofU and may imino tho inalitiu or Hauk of Mt. Vernon, ouW, hands to do this emergency work Church St. Special attcn Vf ut any time tho necessity retlon Riven collections. V Vnonk 80 " quires it. AH overseers are requested to Gled no ullowance will bo report to their nearest Justico of made to tho overseers. No claim f 9ft FLETCHCrS tho L'oace all ri;htofwuys that uro will bo paid unless ordered by u Rock-castl- o 1111 8 $ Willtama ft r Children Orv s cAaroaii. : ft' t J out tho stuto and should lo'k to ill's situation before casting their ballots. Kkidav, July l8, tgiy Think It over, Brother Editors, nnd If you conclude that this is Published every Friday by correct, lot the Information he EDGAR S.fALBRIGh7, SUBSCRIPTION OMR YEAR $1 l)i published that tho intention of tho voters mny bo called In this serious condition tli.it confronts Advertising rates maae known on us. application MBMBRROF KBNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Mt AnjiaitQaMHu M1 JJlGMAL, Fill DAV, ,1 OLY .18,'-101- 9 Vernon Signal KZ9 nil JVe a iMiiaw ANNOUNCEMENTS R. L. VcKRRKON .. . Gov.Jas. D Bluclc, fur Govor nor, W. H. Shanks, for Ueuteii ant Gov. antl . W P. Drc n :e foi Auditor arc thrcu names that wil look mighty good on tho ball I next Novem bur. It looks like all tliroo of them tiro winners Wo know Blue' is. we believe . Ssanlts will be and we hope Brouse is to be. EARMEKS are nuthorlted to announce COMMUNITY r. COUNTY. sucee.s. notwithstanding the at imnwnHrttmimiirrifWJ? tendance of the farmers much 'JtMT' Shall we as farmers nnd citisraull-than was anticipated zens accept the following creed: The supporters of Judge Car-l- l Thejuu.i and women .sent here find hope in the fact, as for tl.is "We believ in increasinir and occasion, are experts in tbey claim, that the country their line and those who heard maintaining our soil fertility,1 have just opened moru and better live stoc, grow folks are indifferent about the them will profit us tho result Primary election, which is to be The frtct that more farmers did nig ot, legumes, rotations of a swell line fine silk crops, held throughout the state on not attend than did, is due to belter homes, better ties for and tho schools, better churches, better Saturday, August and. They Jiav harvest which is on. Had it boys. tie you roaJs," claim that CarVoll is stronger jfi been possible to arrange the the cities than Governor Black; dates for this meoting for tno meeting which bus just like is here Come a later that the city fellows will go and dafcefte attendance would have closed touched upon .these things in and see it. in cast their vote and by reason of ben' quite different. Many of mentionedthinktho suggested creed. Read it. it over and see if that, Carroll can win the notnina A LL ST Y LES iur farmers aro interested in tion. It is trite that thecountrv those things which will heh you behove in it as a citizen of UVK "ATTKKtfS folks have further to go to cast them and help the county, some Rockcastle County their vote anil that it requires are not interested in anything Rout P. S punch, 50c more time; (hat about August and' County Agricultural Agent. the result thoy are not do and, the farmers are very busy. ing much. Each speaker billed Hoys' and Girls' Agricultural But we also know that the farm- for the occasion was present and Club Convention Berea, July 24. ers arc very .patriotic; that they ably took care of the subject us and 26th. Tlw JpYctumLslmwuqt x2?WBtfSS election or our omcers ana tney each evening was a disappoint Boys and Girls, local leaders do not propose to let the city TIIK CASH STOHK ment, because of a mishiiu. yet and thoso who have been invited fellows seleot their nominees the evening sessions were full of want to attend this convention. for them. The country folks interest and the most important Fott SAi.it: Farm containing 7(1 thoroughly understand the im reels were shown at Uie Boone Thoso who are going must catch on tho K. C. line July acres more or less, located 1 tain 38 porUuce of their votes. They Way opera house. Plans are al Brodhuad, Ky., -- 4, so as to reach Berea at 12:5s. miles north of realize that it is their highest ready underway for another meet- The afternoon' of the 24th will near Chestnut Grove School duty to express their choice at ing just like this one in 1920 he a "rout afternoon in Berea. House, price $3,000. Known as the polls. But if we be indiffer- and if a more suitable timo can the Cherry farm. Has plenty of ent; if we take no interest; "if bo arranged, there is no question The County Agent and nil of good water, good Buildings and Madison county tclub members we stay away from the polls; it but that the attendance will be will meet all visit! ng club mem- orchard, . mile from school. we turn over the selection of quite different. By that time J. A.Va.s'ck, our nominees to the political the farmers will realize the ben- bers and friends at station. 7 f Brodhcad, Iy? trickster or tjjo city voters, then efits of tho one just closed aud There is Sunday School ovory NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION we cannot hope to get real high- - bo ready to take advantage of tho Sunday afternoon at Rose Hill UP UIVllMli.llUA class mep in', office' or to have an benefits offered by those tho fu church. This school lias recent COMPANY. A 'COR honest or efficient government. ture may bring. PORATI.ON. lv begun to grow and when the We are thorouehly. 'opposed to This meeting closed Wednes Rose Hill folks get started they the Republican ticket chosen by day night with an attendance do good work Notice is heieby'given that the Livingston Coal Company, Inthe bosses at Lexington. That from 1000 to 1500 people during NOTICE ticket should be defeated because the series of, lectures. All who corporated, is closing up its bu.si A'nyone wishing to buy a nice uess by unamious consent of its a few Republicans bosses from attended reflecting over tire Louisville and Covington selected what was said nnd done - The stock of groeei ies will see uie at stockholders 1 will sell at a bargain. Livingston Coal Company, , it. We arek opposed to Demo. people who received tho greatest once. W. II. liKOWN, B I). Fannou, President, '. cratic bosses as much as we are gooj are tkoe who attended R. B. Winkler, Secretary. Mt. Vernon, Iy. to Republican 'bosses. The peo- every dav. Those who attended 7 tl. ple ot Rockcastle appreciate this part of the time, received good fact and desiring to nominate a also. Those who did not attend FC? FLETCHER'S ticket free from bossism, will will be wonderfully helped in march to the polls on the 2nd directly by those who did attend. mmmmmmmmm day of August. The people of Therefore the conclusion is that this county want Governor 'all the entire County is better Black nominated. They admire by having had such a meeting. him. They trust him. He be7j The people of Mt. Vernon did longs to the plain, common, much in advertising the meetevery day folks and will give to( ing by letter and word, to their the people of this state an old friends. Country people were fashioned, honest, economical made glad by letter and word administration of public affairs-t- he and town people by the presence very thing we most need and of the country people. All de the very Ihing. the Democrats of serve ciedit for the forward this county want. step in real living and letting So to the polls, Democrats, to live. the polls we go, and let evoiy Each meeting was an inspira wan see that his neighbor is tion to all. The speakers had a there to cast his vote too ! real message and ipoko it with ictioiiwlnclr brought Y-AUIf the live Democratic news- heartfelt conwill still continue to -results and papers throughout the state will . bring results. only open their eyes and observe There was a pure bred Duroc the purpose fcnd effort of the 7th pig given away each afternoon at Congressional District to obtain all the Democratic nominations 5:00. Monday afternoon, Win. McHargue, of Pino Hill drew tho they would find pleasure in givpig. Tuesday, Roscoe Proctor, ing that important bit of information to the voters. Hero is the an Agricultural club boy, of Or- 1 lando and Wednesday Miss Ta list: bitha Hiatt, Mt. Vetnon, 3 miles For Governor, John D. Carroll, out of town ou Dixie Highway. of the 7th District; for Lieutenant Registration papers wero tilled Governor, R. 0. Oldham, of the out by the County Agricultural IS 7th District; for Secretary of Agent and Mr. Walter Miller for Stato Mat Cohen, of the 7th Di- each pig. strict; for Stato Auditor, Henry Wo expect these pigs to bo exM. Bos worth, of the 7th Dis- hibited at the Mt. Vernon Fair trict; for Commissioner of Agri Aug. 13. 14, 15. The Pair rata- culture, Jobiv- - Wi.Neiaan,- of loijuo states that all pigs must bo he 7th District;. foi? .Superintend tegtstercd. ent of Public Instruction?, (Rico The 36 papers that were given Eubanks, of the 7th District; for away wore scattered in every Clork of the Court of Appeals, section of the county. The paA Alvin Steger, of the.Tth District pers alono are worth tho entire We do not mcan'to reflect on cost of the meeting if nothing Bigthoso candidates because they else had been done. Tho papers aro from tho 7th Distiict, but will continue to spread good would it be wise for ,tbe Demo- tidings to the readers and the crats to load' down their ticket, readers to their associates and with too many , nominees from friends. The good can't bo that district? It would be un fair to the Democrats of the A movement was started for a state; it would be unjust1 to other meeting to bo bold in the county districts lor tho voter through- - each month lor tho purpose of on Augue t MEETING. .S cafjhfatt for ileprtseutatlve from th Elbl FIrtt. Legislative distrltf, Tho Fanners Community Meet comompoiecl of Rockcastle ann Lanl Counties, jubjtcttfo the action of the ing .held hero on Monday, Tues- Repuhcan party at its primary election aay.nim Wednesday, was a great A GREED FOR ROCKCASTLE i, 19 n nK'Hlicr and discussing big nnd better llilngn for the county s good. These liU'ellnus will be inetiree for good in proportion to ili.. attendance. Thi'ques inns of Health, Homes; Schools, Churches, Roads, o imhI r.lvo Stock which iie diseased in t lie Winners Uiiiiimiiiiily Meeting must Mill e disfii sod in the mining inontlilv county meetings These ire subject which are of vital inii'tnucc to tho people and to Heir happiness was the KEY tor our future meetings. The revival has now started in Mt. Vernon lets keep it up umil it hns reached the uttermost parts of the county and all are convrrted to Real Living and Real Hnpi iness which brings success to all. Agrl-nliiir- gelt K3M QfBNEY nuimiimfinmimnfiftmrtininniHiti tmmnna itiiimimnf iniifliiiniimnnM itiynimnuwi' rWmnjjfliHiiwnritiiiiHit.iiiMin'iif; 172 ACRES OF LAND AT KINGS MOUNTAIN Lincoln County Hlinull iHIHIKIIltlluVSjWH niiiiMitiuMinnn iivititintiiiiiiiiMtmtiij AT AUCTION We I The men Thursday, July 24, 1919 ONE O'CLOCK, P. M. THE FARM OF J. H. EADS This cality. is a splendid farm One of the very best farms in this lo $2. down to :, In cultivation as follows: 35 acres in com, 35 acres wheat stubble, 25 acres oats, 5 acres tobacco, 30 acres sown to timothy and clover, 10 acres meadow, about 30 in young timber. .- I 3 roorrrttnant-hous2tek43ansr4cre4:obaO.:iarn3JthijOUfcJ In fact 3 sets of improvements. buildings. e, - - IMPROVEMENTS: A 5 room dwelling, 4 room dwelling, 1 " 11-t- Everlasting V:ittr: 5 springs, 2 wells nnd creek. In good neighborhood, close lo school and cliiircli; riu'lil on railroad. 1 mile from Kinks (Mountain. 2 miles from Wayiicsbtirg, Somerset and Stanford road. This will .soon boon a State Aid pike. (! Hiding is partly made and 12 miles of Pike completed from Somerset. When this pike is put through this land will double in value. Will be sold in 4 tracts 2 tracts of about 75 acres each, a 10 acre tract and a 15 acre tract. Eads brothers, post ollicc Wnynesburg, will show the farm at any time. Will meet train at Kings Mountain. At the samo time will sell the following personal property: 1 pair 7 year old horse mules, sow and pigs, stock shouts, McC'ormack binder, check row cornplanter, 2 horse wagon, plows and other farming implements. S-winefeofit- rd. THE REAL ESTATE MAN 1 LANCASTER, KY. W. E. MOSS. Advertising Manager. Ohilflren Ory jC.ASTO.8JA CA9TORIA Get Ready For the BIG MT.VER NON FUR 3 BIG D A GUST 13-14-- 15 The Folks are coming from everywhere and every effort is being made to make this the banner Fair of the State Bigger Premiums Better Attractions j SPECIAL ATTENTION BEING GIVEN ROCKCASTL3 STOCK & FARM PRODUCTS BRING SOMETHING TO SHOW - Friday 15th is Soldiers7 & Sailors' Day - uy boy who is wearing a complete uniform will be admitted FREE this day. A Parade will be pulled off .in the afternoon. ' We' want every Soldier and Sailor boy in this State to be in this parade. Gee Ready "V