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VERNON, it 1. 1919 ESTABLISHED 1887 NUMBER 45 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE ' COUNTY, Kt., C FRIDAY, AUGUST 1$ vsTy fJ J ' Yes, just Wee old1, times in a Cloth-craagain. I'll look all right." ft Miss Ethel Hayse is visiting relatives in Indiana. Dr. W. T. Amyx moved his family into the property that he purchased of J. P. E Drummond on Main Stieet, near the depot and J. W. Higgins is moving into the property vacated by the Doctor. Do not forget Saturday. Get up early and go to the polls and do all you can for Gov. Black.- - -- Mjss Ella Mae Blanford is with home folks this week after several LIVINGSTON THE GREAT BRODHEAD AUG. $10,000 20-21-22 CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN the man who has lived in khaki the past season or two can buy with perfect safety safety for both his pocketbook and his "soldiery appearance." in this store ' For Clothcraft Clothes are backed by two , t r,L f r i guarantees me manuiacturer s ior saus- .. f actor v wear and service and OUTS for - perfect fit and appearance. ! :' rmprlTJ .. jfcfrf ?&. . days stay in Louisville.-Arn- ie Hayse, i.of Cincinnati, has been visitine: his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse and is vis iting relatives at Mt. Vernon at present. Mrs. A. McKinney of the Freedom section, Has been visiting relatives here. Rev. Kin Pike, of Lexington, was here latter part of last week. He preached one night at the Presbyterian church here and folks that heard him claim that he is some preacher. He is a Rockcastle boy and this sounds good to us. He was accompanied here by his brother, Rev. A. J. Pike.of Brod-heaone of Rockcastle's best preachers. G. S. Griffin, of Mt. Vernon was in our city Tuesday on business. J. N. Clark is in Louisville for a few days. Wonder what has become of my friend at Brod-heaIt seems that his letters got few and far between. have We were always eager to read his write-up- s and as we have friends in the good little town of Brodhead we sadly miss the news. So come on and give us the news and we will promise to be good. and if our old friend, James Mar-esays anything we will double d, d. FERRIS Wheel MERRY-GO-ROUND SKYSCRAPING BigBal loonAf?"!L" And The Most Thrilling ColfivH08 Making a beautiful Clear ACROSS the FAIR Grouids HIGH WIRE WALKING Attraction Ever Pulled Off. J. G. FRITH, President mighty good place. Pike left Sunday View, where she teaching Monday. August II PEOPLE ARE GOING FROM EVERYWHERE TO SEE THIS GREAT FAIR '20-21-2- 2 GRANVILLE OWENS, Sec'yTreas. t, ly Only because Clothcraft Clothes are tailored can they give such 10 cents value for your clothing-dolla- r. scien-tiffical- Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings The Clothcraft Store Sutton & McBee Mrs. George Den-haand children, of Uttowah, Tenn., have returned h6me after a few days visit with, hermother, Mrs. Jane Bales. J. M. Foure, the blind preacher, has returned trom a few days sojourn at Cor-bin- , Harlan and Pineville. Only a few more hours until the primary election. Boys get busy those few remaining hours, put on your political1 fighting clothes, go to every nook and corner of your precinct, tell all democrats you meet to get busy that Sat urday is Ithe election . and what ever we do we must not fail to go to the polls and every one give James D. Black a vote and then and there we will say you have done your duty. Get busy and keep it up until Saturday night, when you will hear that Black has been nominated. Leslie Rambo, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rambo has typhoid but is is getting along splendid with the attention of W. T. Amyx. Miss Jalett Griffin, of Mt.Vernon, was here between trains Monday. Mrs. Lee Mullins and children, are spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stals- m team on him. Mrs. Bettie in these countries, I mean in have been at home this year for for Pleasant their ways and customs of living. farming, but seems as luck has will begin There is quite a bit of farmius: not been in my favor to that Mrs. Hobert: carried on, but their methods of end. Griffin, and son, Geo. Samuel, farming are very poor. They I presume you are farming Clark" left today, have not the tools to carry on quite a bit are you not? What and Mrs. J. N. (Wednesday,) to visit relatives their work successfully, and if. are you raising mostly? Hive in Oklahoma. There was a they did have the proper tools, I' you seen any or my folks lately ? meeting at the school house in think they would be inclined to . From ail accounts they are doing the interest of the pike through carry the "Oid Stone" to mill ' quite a bit of work this year, our town. There were several right on. (J. am sure you have ' It is now about my bed time, of Mt. Vernon's good road advo- heard this saying.) Quite a bit of guess I had better stop in case I cates present viz; Tudge Cam their farm labor, the propelling miss ray breakfast in the morn-powMullins, Dr. M. Pennington, E S. of it, is done by milch ing, and you know I havent any Albright, Chas. C. Davis and cows instead of horses. I have mother here to save mv break- W. H. Eish. We were unable to seenthenv. working .as. high as. fast for me when 1 am tardy. be present but learned that the three and four cows and probably Give my love to all the family meeting was a success. Mrs. a horse or two to one little old and write me when you have Lulie Holman, of Jellico, Tenn, plow. There are a number of time. has been visiting relatives here. things I might tell you of this I am, Your nephew, The little child of Mr. and Mrs. country that would interest you, John F. Dooley. took sick Tuesday but I will wait with the consolaC. L. Hughes and died Wednesday. Was buried tion that I might have the oppor" at the family burying ground at tunity of seeing you soon. I FOE FLETCHER'S Nepton, Ky. would have liked very much to i I ! er , -- i Children Ory JOHN DOOLEY GERMANY. IN Supply Co., 6th Inf. A. P. O. 745 A. J3.P. June 20, 19I9. :KrH: : 1 Mr. W. C. Johnson, Orlando, Ky. Dear Uncle: It has been some time indeed, since I heard from you, so I am going to drop you a few lines tonight while I am not working, just to remind you of the fact I am still among the Jiving. I am in the best of health and f 1 m i i ill worth, near East Bernstadt. Mrs. I. W. Catlin, after a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G Niceley, has returned to her home at Highland Park. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. L jfwi Blanford K2SS& ZM mBmaeM iiSr fia " What you pay out your is. good money for 18 cents a package cigarette satisfaction low-mildne- and, my, how of the tobaccos yet re- you do get it in every puff of Camels! blended choice choice Domestic ss EXPERTLY tobaccos in Camel cigarettes eliminate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. Camels win instant and permanent success with smokers because the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful mel taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation! You may smoke them without tiringyourtaste! motored to Parksville and spent from Friday until Monday. They also visited friends at Danville. Mrs. John Ball is visiting relatives in Paris this week. Atty. J. A. Owens, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Monday. A company , unloaded one of the largest oil well drilling outfits here this week and it was taken over Gauley to the Gillum farm where work will begin at once Hurrah for old Rockcastle and if we dont strike oil we are at least boreing with a mighty, big auger. Walter Owens, who returned from overseas about a week ago, is working for the L. & N. at For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any. price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. WtBttoa-Stle- R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, N. C Ravenna. .Miss Marie Rambo has returned from a few days ourwork has been suspended visit with Jalett Griffin near Mt somewhat since our property was Vernon. Mrs. G- - S.' Griffin and turned in. My trip over here has been a children, Burgess and Ava, were wonderful adventure for me. I here between trains Monday Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hellard, after have seen many wonderful things a few days visit with relatives which I shall tell you more about here have returned home to Ra- when I come. venna. Mrs. E. Is. Cockrell and "1 have seen.same. pretty counson.. Brown, are, with friends, at try. Have' seen thi greater part o. ,. neua ra of FranceJ some of Belgium, Italy L,onaon;uiis id moving bfck to Mt Vernon. and, a part of the "Fatherland." DoA't ste wh ? Livingston is a TherV la "but little difference feeling fine. The thing that is worrying me most now, is, when in the Sam Hill I am going to get home. I have been over, as perhaps you know, fourteen months. 1 landed here on April 22, I918. I came over with a Regular Army Diyision (the 5th) which took an active part in giving the Huns what they deserved, from the time we landed up to the time the'armistice was signed. We were in a number of battles, the most important were the St. Mihiel offensive on Sept. 13th, and the great Argonne-Meusthe Armistice Since signed, I have been with the was Veterinary Depb. until recently we turned our horses over to the Quarter Master and made preparations to go home, and our orders were canceled, and we were put back in the Army of Occupation. I am now clerk in the Supply Office. Don't have a great lot of work to do at present as e. VAPOR STOVE i i I TaM' You'll like this stove because it's compact and is equipped with the large powerful Detroit burners, sanitary base, nickel trim mings and drip pan This stove is also made ,in the two-burn- er I l 1 size fc fi c. cox e. Vernon, Mt. j. Ky.- - we. ! . It . i J tri w 2 UfZl'T. , V i Bridgeport, Ind., is with his Tnrnoe nn1 nn Hilior father. J. M. Herrin and family, of Quail, spent Monday with spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fkiday, Aug. i, 19 19 Miss Ollie Brown continues Wm. Niceley. Miss Ninnie V. very sick.- - Miss Rilda Chandler Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Albright Soward, of Mt Vernon, spent J. N. Marlow, of Hazard, is visitPublished every Friday by visited from Fridav have a limited stock oFafew items in summer rhich several days -- with her cousin, ing homefolks this week. EDGAR S. ALBRIGhJ. until Monday. Miss Kittye Hays Carmical. Miss Miss Haltie we are going to close trices are attractive, and spent Saturday night with Miss A TRAVELING MAn EXPER1- SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR $1 00 Shirley Mason spent Sunday Cordie Pay no at Brodhead. IENCE.' you may need in the following list we will save you money with Miss Sula Wallen. Mastar Gasper C. Reynolds and John P. on Advertising rates maae known Vou may learn something from Orville Sowder spent Saturday application Weaver, both having served a the following by W. H. Ireland,?a with his sister, Mrs .Mitchell year oversea are at home. Mrs. traveling salesman of Louisville, Norton, near Brodhead. Shirley Beautiful and attractive designs Qgc. for $2.00 Values Mary Wallic, of Crawfordsville, Ky "In the summer of 1888 MEMBER OF Carmical spent Sunday with HerWe still have a few Georgette and Crepe KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION is w:th her father, J. J. I had a severe attack of cholera $1,50 Values for man Barnes. Clarence Hast Ind., de Chine Waists at prices below anything Brown. Mrs. Anna Dillingham, morbus. I gave the hotel porter spent Sunday with Orville and $1.00 Regular Sellers for you will find elsewhere. is here from Highland Park the fifty cents and told him to buy Andrew Sowder. The drouth guest of her parents, Mr. and me a bottle or Chamberlain's in this part is doiug great dam W. Brown. Master Uolid and Diarrhoea Remedy and age to gardens and corn crops. Mrs J. Hamm, of Quail, spent to take no substitute. I took a in VpanflTiil nnttoroo rooll nroHv Siillr Picking black berries is the or- Everett Not one of these do we aim to carry over poplin? in 01d Ro WmQJ Copenhagen, Friday night with his grand par- double dose of it according to der of the day with most every and to show that we mean it, we are closing Navy, and beautiful stripped at Mr. and Mrs J.J Albright. ANNOUNCEMENTS the directions and went to sleep body in this part. Rev. James ents, Cor-bi- n was iu This is your chance. White Tut) Skirts at $2.48 and $2.98. them out for C- We are authorized to announce At five o'clock the next morning Barnes preached at fckeggs Ted Chandler Jr., Thuisday on business. R. L. McFERRON I was called by my order and Squire Creek last Sunday. See us when TVTpn ' We lfive ie S00(s ant AVe nave as a caclidate for Representative from Evans, of Mt. Vernon, was thru Miss Willa G. Albright accom- took a train for my next stopping o Ul RnT7Q' O 11 the price, and we have the heart .in need of the Eighty Fint Legislative district, panied by her friend, Wm. Har- place, a well man." this part, last week. Lovell and disposition to serve you and appreciate your patronage. comomposed of Rockca&tle ann Laurel ris has returned from Lebanon Counties, subject to the action of the Olontz, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Junction after spending a few Thomas Jefferson through the Repulican party at its primary election his cousin, Irvin Hasty. & Independence weexs with her cousins and Declaration on August 2, 19 " SHANKS SHOWS WHITE brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and helped set the new world free, S. P. Albright. Maurice E Proc says Chairman Homer S. Cum-minFEATHER. BLACK A WINNER. pi the Democratic Nationtor is in Mt. Veruon this week. Tomorrow is the final day aud Miss Katy Proctor, of Louis- - al Committee, "while today Will Not Meet Oldham In when the polls close we confiville, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson is the primal Debate, dently expect 10 hear the good KY. Opposite Graded School Herrin. near Quail. force in preparing a document Laura news that Gov. James D. Black ti Bitter Disappointment to Me" Messrs John aud Raymond Wea- of liberty that is destined to set has been nominated by an over Says his Opponent. "How ver are iu Lancaster this week- - -- the whole world free." But whelming majority. Our last Arch Hayes spent a few days in there are certain "nonpartisan" can he meet the Repnb- appeal is for every democrat to Corbin with his brothers, Cecil Republicans who strenuously deIicans?" go to the polls and le: Rockcasand Gilbert Hayes last week., cry a universal freedom because tle show tip in the Black column chal- Miss Lillie Burke is home from a Democratic President has made As was expected here the as having done her full duty. it possible. lenge of R. C. Oldham, candidate Mt. Vernon for a few days. H k H H lii nomination Miss Lillie Kash spent Monday Washington, luly 29 As antic- for the Democratic ipated, the house tonight passed for Lieutenant Governor, to W. night with her brother. Leslie Owens was in Cincinnati 011 busithe resolution directing Secre H. Shanks, his opponent, TO-Si- A tary of War Baker to sell without him in joint debate at Owenton, ness last week. G. E. Cress, of delay to the public the surplus was not accepted. The Interior Journal published in Stanford, army food. aud the paper that groomed There were only four votes against it. Representatives Dom-inicl- Shanks for the race, had said South Carolina; Garner, that he would certainly be there. Texas: Garretts, Tennessee and The local Courier rightly preHumpreys, Mississippi; all Dem dicted in last week's issue with ocrats. The vote in the affirma- the statement that "Col. Oldham is a good speaker, and we doubt tive was 266 But the resolution was preceded that Shanks w:ll be williug to' 10:00 by a day of bitter partisan de- cross oratorical lances with him."' bate, iu which Democrats objectOldham said in an interview to the report made this morning: "It is a bitter ed strenuously The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been by majority members of the spec disappointment to me Since he in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of lal committee investigating War announced his friends have told and has been made under his many malicious stories about Department expenditures. sonal supervision since its infancy. This report censured Secretary me that 1 wanted explained. ! All Counterfeits, Imitations ' and " " are but of War Baker, and declared he did not invite him to a mud Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of withheld food trora the Ameri- slinging contest, but simply gave Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 1 good team mules, about 15 hands high, ages 6 and 7 years; 1 can people with intent to sell him an opportunity to explain to it abroad. the people. good milch cow; 1 heifer, will be fresh in October; 1 heifer 1 8 months Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, might have asked him about Democrats announced they I Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 1 good old; calves; 1 filly 3 years old wagon, bed and did not oppose the resolution that disgraceful record of his as a neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its their objection being to the re- member of the Kentucky Legisage is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has turning spring seat; 1 Old Kentucky wheat drill; 1 Vulcan flat-la- nd port. However, they attempted lature. His friends have circu"been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, plow; 1 5 footed cultivator; i double plow; 1 Vulcan hillside "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea J allaying Feverishness arising to modify the resolution by add- lated rumors that the Republitherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ing amendments, one committing cans would be able to attack me; shovel; I double harrow; 1 set harness; saddle; 1 emery wheel; I corn-shell- er; the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. the House to an appropriation to that both candidates for Gevernor The' Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. I stack; I telephone and interest in line; 1 good force assist the War Department in would slate against meand many the public sale; the other leav- other underhand insinuations GENUINE ALWAYS good as new. ing it to the discretion of the aud I was eager for an opportuniI graf anola House Hold and Kitchen butSecretary to sell certain food to ty to have their champion to Bears the Signature of my face other than consumers. These make these charges to ton cabinet; I Duofold Davenport, I automatic Morris chair; I dining amendments as offered in a and answer mine to him. I table and chairs. Other things too numerous to mention. by Mr. Garrett were would not make any in any other manner than direct. After these defeated by vote of 160 to 114. cash in hand; all over All sums under by Mr. Kelly rumors were proven false and An amendment Pennsylvania, Republican, auth malicious they were printed in a credit of six months will be given on a bankable note. orizing use of parcel post in con- newspapers as PAID ADVERnection with the sales was TISING, and I would .have asked The Kind You Have Always Bought adopted by a vote of 151 to i3o. him to explain that. I sincerel THE CENTAUR COMPAKV. NEW- YORK C ITV. regret that he has dodged the ishow he sue, The Great Brodhead couldand can not see meet his be expected to Fair Republican opponent should he be the nominee ande challenged. WELCOMES THE SOLDIER There is no reason that canbe CALLED BOYS. given why I will not poll the enEvery soldier boy in the coun- tire party strength to the ticket ty has been to the Brodhead Fair and he knows it. 1 will welcome aud knows all about the beauti- the opportunity at any time to .Thousands have been ful grounds, fine shides and an meet any Democrat or to meet fully restored to health, abundance of cool fresh water. Ed .Morrow or any Republican and strength, as a reSix Years Ago, 'Thinldng She Might Die, Says Tezas LafSy, Bat Now Just an ideal' spot to have a big on earth on the stump in debate sult of taking1 She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardm For time. We are making the fair anywhere in Kentucky." ( The this year especially attractive to Daily Democrat.) Her Recovery. the boys who have been "over "The Waterway to Health" of Ohio, City of Toledo, the top," and want to forget the State The American Medicinal Minthe better. That was six years ago Royso City, Tex. Mrs. Mary Lucas County, ss. eral Water bottled at the awful tragedy as they all do. of, this place, says; "After the and I am still here .and am a well, Brailk J. Cheney makes oath Spring without any condenThey will not be ask to parade strong woman, and I owe my life to sing or fortifying whatever. he is senior partner of the birth of my little girl... my side comin the dust and heat, because we that A. M. only . firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., doing 64Doses$1.0G menced to hurt me. I had to go back Cardui. I had began taken half tha know they would not do it bottle when I to feel better. Dose: Tablespoonful in in the city of Toledo, to bed. "We called tie doctor. He The misery in my side got les3... 3 Most of their uniforms are soiled, business Glass of Water my,place, miles the time mentioned, they have no guns and are not County and State aforesaid, and Prescribed by physitreated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardci pay the sum of Poplar Grove Church and miles cians for constipation, We will not embar- that said firm will in practice. got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I indigestion rheumatic rass them in that way. So here's of One Hundred Dollars for each sale to the of Level Green, I willoffet for affections, hiph blood was unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well every case of Catarrh that pressure, hardening of to the soldier boys ? Bring your and and never felt better In my life... I cannot be cured by the use of highest bidder arteries and skin affecthree months and suffered Buch. agony sweethearts and sisters to the have never had any trouble from that tions. Money back if that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . day to this." FAIR Hall's Catarrh Medicine. GREAT BRODHEAD not satisfied. Frank J Cheney. On prescription where you will find everything I told my husband If he would get Do you suffer from headache, back-achyour ji irom or at pnys:- Sworn to before me and subyour cian to make you happy. If you ne&?235S3 me o bottle of Cardui I would try it. . . druggist's. Bookpains in sides, or other discomlet on request. have no sweetheart there will be scribed in my presence, this 6th The Devonian I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel MineratSprinc Co. hundreds of pretty girls here to day of December, A. D. 1886. If so, evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-out(Incorporated) (Seal) A W. GLEASON. greet you and guarantee you a Owensboro, Ky. Cardui, the woman's tonic, a me... for I knew I could not last give Notary Public. X good time. Don't forget the lots of 10 until These Ewes will be sold many days unless I had a change for trial. J. 71 Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak dates Aug. 2o, 21, 22. Mt. Vernon Signal J and Mrs. Wm, Sowder here. f re HTtn OTTAWA Closing Out Soeci out at that We that gcoi a thing Ladies' & Misses' Hats Ladies' S1.69 1.19 69c Shirt Waists fS3m Mens Panama Hats 98 Ladies' it5 Skirts 4.50. gs Druminond Dry Goods Company Promoters of Quality LIVINGSTON, to-me- &3 I c, Children Cry for Fletcher's will on A.M. Saturday Aug 9, 1919 AT Just-as-go- od for sale to the highest bidder the lowing described property; 2 Webber At my home near Ottawa, Ky.5 offer fol- What is CASTOR! A turning A hay pump, CASTORIA Furniture. with push sub-resoluti- C&&ffi&& - In Use For Over 30 Years TERMS OF SALE $10 $10 COLUMBUS METCALF. HER W. G. COLSTON, Auctioneer BIG LIVE STOCK Aug. at AT 9:30 "Warterwaij FAMILY 7 Health. BEDSDE SALEISth iEY0Hl: Saturday, At 2 2 N Kil-ma- n, East North e, 30 Young Cattle in and ? HOPE WELL en internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous SurSend for faces of the System -- Ir. and Mrs. Johnie Clontz, of testimonials, free. Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes. Dock Norton is teaching a sing- Hall's Family Pills for ing atthis place. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney, of Plato, spent from. Friday until Sunday with fOR FUTCHCr Mrs. McKinney's parents, Mr. 1 Best bid, takes them TERMS:. 12 months with good not?, or 2 percent discount for cash sold, then as a whole FOR D.M.CBBSS, ; - 4LdT.O IG.B.BROILES, Auctioneer, Level Green, Ky. ,- - : acres more or less, located 1 miles north of Brodhead, Ky., near Chestnut Grove School House, price $3,000. Known as the Cherry farm. Has plenty of good water, good Buildings and mile from school. orchard, J. A.Vance, 7.11-t- f tfroaneaa, js.y. t-- : -- Sale: Farm containing 76 "The abundant capacity of Re- j THE BEST PHYSIC. PnMicwi leadership to make mis- When you want a pleasant u l" lb tr n nut t m r ""w u i iim iuuuaviuu ifrom physic try Chamberlain's Tablets from a Democrat. It is 13 uui They are easy to take and mild Senator Kenyon of Iowa. Sureand gentle in effect. They are ly, Senator, you didn't have Senhighly prized by people who ator Lodge or Chairman Hays hae become acquainted with in mind? their good qualities. They only FOR FLETCHER'S cost a quarter. i ( b -t "v - rm Chirdren Cry' TW . .y. -- . i - CASTORIA s y t&-- 4 'iV Read the sale announcement' Sam McClure continues very of D. M. Cress in this issue. sick. Clarence Parsons, of Buckeye, Returned soldiers and sailors has typhoid. and civilians are invited to the Mrs. Bentley is with her daugh- special showing of Fall tailoring .samples at Fish's next Friday ter, Mrs. R. A. SparksW. B. Spivey and family have and Saturday, Aug. 8 and 9. returned from Lansing, Tenn. Anybody wishing to trade a Charles B. Anderson has re- - good bnggy to a good 2 skein turned after a twelve months wagon with both tongue and stay in France. shalves, will see W. T. Davis, Judge and Mrs. G. M. Ballard Mt. Vernon, Ky. and Mrs. Minnie Anderson were Clean up streets in front of m Crab Orchard Sunday. your property and clean the side Mr. and Mrs. Robt White, of walks of plows, boxes and other Jenkins, were with Mr. and Mrs. obstructions is the order of the Jonas McKenzie recently. town board and the people are Mesdames George and Chas. notified to .comply with this or Rickett, of Anderson, Ind., are der. with relatives here this week. F. D. Deboud, Marshal. Henry and Jack Tredway and Joe Coffey will leave for Bowling Green cil fields Sunday morning Mrs. Minnie Anderson and daughter. Miss Mattye Chesnut, were week-enguests of Mrs. Gus Staverson. E. D. Herrin, a former Rockd Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon, Ky, Aug. i, -- n 1919 j y-v y up "No. 79" wnenT7(' want to Communis , Jy crae with SIGNAL About Prices the present conditions and tendencies of merchandise are not to be "viewed with alarm." We mention them merely in a spirit of Service and because of a desire to protect your interests. goods grow scarcer that we know. When our present stocks of clothing and shoes are gone we shall be obliged to replace them at increased costs. are obtainable now than will later be possible. ' ST JPM & Frank statements concerning (.OUISVILLC Nashville R. R.Co. 22 north 24 fca 'd: I TIME TABLE. 5 45pm am north 3:35 south 12:35 p m 12:45 a m South J as. Landrum, Agent. hone No. 3. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoetoSce mail matter. as second-clas- s Prices are growing higher as PERS0 1 AL home-folk- j.i.TAyinj NEW YCBK Jm I Mrs. W. H. Fish is with s B frSk YM "S at Loudon for the week. Mrs. Ray Bentley, of Louisville, is with Mrs. R. A. Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Skid-mor- e spent last Sunday at Boons-boro- . castle boy who is doing well in 2553 ESK IP JBSL the merchandise business at Misses Grace and Annette Cox Clearance. Pulaski County, was :iro with relatives at Livingston in town yesterday on business. His sister, Mrs. McKinney, of ai.d Pittsburg. Eubanks, accompanied him. C. H. White will arrive Sunday to spend a couple ot weeks with is wife and daughter. D wight Bowjnan who has been in Kansas working in the wheat fields, has returned home. Three little children of Mr a id Mrs. J. B. Noe, are visiting Mrs Roe's parents in Harlan. O C. Metcalf, of Ottawa, is s 'lling out and will go to Ash-viilN. C, and go in business. Rev. H. T. Young began a two weeks revival at Mt. Carmel rl arch, six miles from Winches 1 e, In the meantime,greater values is) LOCAL Wade Levisay bought J. H. Bullock's farm near Level Green. Rockcastle gets another truck, making three for tbis county. Gov. James D. Black A vote for Black in August is a vote for Democratic success in November. HE'S A SURE WINNER! The Mt. Vernon Agricultural Club, composed of Margaret Fish, Laura and Lura Hiatt, Sula Wallen, Robert Fish, Russel Niceley, Bernard Franklin and Albert Cooper, accompanied by Miss Myrtle Bryant, attended the District Argicultural Convention at Berea Thursday, Friday and Saturday. These with 250 other members and leaders were entertained at Berea College On Thursday afternoon, after making a tour of the town in automobiles and trucks, various places of interest were visited: The dairy barn, where electric milkers were in operation, a cow which for a time gave ten gallons of milk a day, and another which furnishes forty pounds of butter per week. The printing office, laundry and the chimes in the chapel tower also were visited. Friday'was devoted to lectures and talks by various able speakice-plant, age to supply your fall clothing and shoe needs without delay. GET READY AND COME TO THE REMBER OUR FALL SHOWING OF FINE 1 It is decidedly to your advant- Ut last Sunday. Arch Hayes was np from Arch is a success-fu- t out a short distance farmer from that town. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Gentry, of East St. Louis, were with his m rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Genii.? first of the week. Mr. J. H. bmith, of Red House. Brod-Wfdnesday. Fish's next Friday and Saturday and pick your new Fall suit. We will show a hundred or so large samples those two days and will guarantee fit. and deliver any time you like. Read ad of D. M. Cress in this issue. Farmers who are interested in stocking their farms with good sheep should not only read this ad but should attend this sale. Lightning struck the porch to Mrs Mollie Smith's restdence Tuesday, tearing down one of the columns and doing other dam age. Mrs. hmith nad iust eone in off the porch a few minutes Come to MT, VERNON FAIR Tailoring Samples Is Aug. 8th 3teLnlrKiCJffi2SSs 4 Aug. 13 3 Days THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS 1 h - Madison County, is here visiting the family of his grand daughter, Mrs. Alice JDavis. Lee Roy Huffman was run into by an automobile in Chicago and :is seriously hurt. Last report he was doing very well. W. R. Gott will leave next week for Hot Springs. He was there a couple of months ago but did not get relieved of his rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Proctor, of Winchester, came over last Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Proctor and to see his uncle, J. J. Ping. Mr. and Mrs. Kice Haverly, and daughter, Miss Lola, of Bedford, Iud., have returned home after a few days visit with Mrs. Haverley's sister, Mrs. Sam Fields. Mr. and Mrs. P. Q. Griffin have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. before. The barn of Johnny Clontz containing about ten thousand pound of hay was struck by lightning yesterday and burned. His son, Ray, had just left the barn and was on his way to the house when the bolt came. There were five hotses in the barn but they were all saved. No in iU ranee. I E. Griffin, near Crab Orchard, who came home with them for a few days stay. Judge and Mrs. L- W. Bethur um are having a large concrete porch added to their residence It will not only add to the appearance but will be a source of great comfort these hot days and nights Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Archer, of Momence, 111., came last week to visit Rockcastle relatives. Mrs. Archer used to be Mrs. Laura Proctor. Mr. Archer is a suco cessful and farmer in Illinois. J. J. Ping, who is now a successful merchant at Hardin, Montana came in last Saturday for a few days visit to his sister, Mrs. T. J. Proctor and brother, Robt. Ping. Jack looks the best of health and is doing well in the well-to-d- West. Hughes was up from Stanford yesterday on- business. The real estate firm of Hughes & McCarty. of which he is a mem ber, is one of the live leal estate companies of the Blue grass and they are having many successful sales. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams and son, James, brought Mrs. L. R - Mary Williams, who has been with them for a month, home Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Mr Williams is very much, interested in the race of Dr. Brouse for Auditor and put in many good words for him while ensuing year are: President-Ho- mer Hansel, Livingston, Laura Hiatt and SecW. M. Poynter is the latest to retary Russel Niceley join the list of automobile owners. He bought a Dodge G. S GrifFor Sale: A good five room fin has a new Oakland, Rev. H. dwelling, good garden, lot well T. Young is driving a Buick six, fenced, good cellar and all necessary Mrs. W. H. Kreuger has a erty isout buildings. This proplocated ntar the end of Chandler speedster and our good Newcomb street, is a desirable friend, H. H. Wood will come to piece of property and can be the fair in a 1q2o model six bought worth the money. For cylinder Buick and when you further information see Elmer see him coming stop and take a Perciful, or write me at Twila, look and decide in your own Mrs. Josie Perciful. mind it the .I920 Buick is not a A GREAT REMEDY. beauty. The merits of Chamberlain's The Faculty for the Mt. Ver- Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy are non Graded and High School well known and appreciated, but is occasionally who for the ensuing year is as fol- thereno acquaintance a man them had with lows: D. H. Lyon. Princiml and should read the following by F. Instructor of Science and Mathe H. Dear, a hotel man at Dupuy-er- , Mont. "Four years ago 1 matics, C. V. Lucy, Instructor of Latin. French and Mathematics used Chamberlain's Colic and with such Miss Annie K. Baugh, Instructor Ciarrhoea Remedy wonderful results that I have of History, English and Domes- since recommended it to my tic Science, Miss Myrtle Bryant, friends. Seventh and Eighth Grade Teach-er- , Miss Ruth Mullins, Fifth and I Sixth Grade Teacher, Miss LuFor Infants, and Children cille Dudderar, Third and Fourth Grade Teacher, Miss Edith Phil In Use For Over 30 Years , rt lips, Second Grade Teacher, Always beare Miss Georgia McFerron, First Signature of C&a&jfj&&&K Grade Teacher. We are expecting the best school we have ever had in Mt. PROPERLY FITTED Vernon. We feel sure that citizenship and faculty will work as GLASSES va unit. Let be our AT THE RIGHT TIME slogan for the ensuing year. is of Vice-Preside- There will be a meeting of the Rockcastle County Dixie Highway people and other good roads folks at the residence of Spencer Abney on the Dixie Highway near Scaffold Cane church next Tuesday morning, August 5th, promptly at 9 o'clock. All who are interested in seeing the Dixie Highway completed thru Rockcastle county are invited to be there on time. ers, followed by a reception a t the home of County Agent, Mr. Spence. Besides the great bene fit derived from this convention, the boys and girls report the "time of their lives." New officers elected for the nt, AUGUSr mmmm 13-14-- Get Beady and Come To The I 15 3 days Bigger Premiums Better Attactions SHADY GROUNDS, LARGE AMPHITHEATRE GOOD COLD WATER Coley'slllShows CARRY ABOUT FIFTEEN OF THE BEST SHOWS ON HAVE A SPLENDID BAND THE ROAD AND THEY First Day. Aug. 13 Floral. Hall Exhibitors Poultry Show; Sheep; Rockcastle Saddtajtnjl jJh$4 ' Harness Rtnors? - ... Pfnrlnrfcat M11U Rjirpc. VOTM.WVWT .jw, Harm --. ., . Second Day, Aug. 14 ' V T CASTOR , Dtiroc s Hogs, Cattle; Rockcastle 1 rotting Race, Mule Show; Horses; Plug A Third Day, Aug. 15 Soldiers' and Saifors' Day -- 4. . $ School will begin on Monday here. 'v morning St ptember 8. It is the th& desire of the faculty to have the parents of every student of the high school department present at the opening exercises. Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to 6ee m Every Soldier, Sailor; or Marine is invited to come in FREE this day provided they wear their full uniform and join in big parade that afternoon This applies to every man who served Uncle Sam long " enufto get a uniform GET READY DR. MOORE, Tke Optkiu . IN JONAS NcKENZIE STORE I X CHAS. C. DAVIS . X SECRETARY HbAp -- Hi TjwmfjmFmmi J "V r Unredeemed Land To Be Sold For Taxes Ed McDamel 7 7 Chas Rentier W F Renner J A Renner V 8 8 8 lo loa 4 4 i 7,65 9,05 11,15 8,25 'VVV ...AM A .... a .... i.AAAAAa&ABa&aABAAA A A A A M ABM B WWWWWBWWWWWWww f& flfe B ID MBM -- - PUBLIC SALE I In accordance with the laws of John Vance the State now in full force, I will sell to the highest and best Mat King bidder described property or so much thereof as to pay the tax, cost and penalties now due the State of Kentucky and county of Rockcastle by the the-following N Rice 1913 " YEAR 3 50 a $ 11 85 10 45 28 a 11 15 17 55 9 26 we Carry a Pull Line of a & 1915 ii o 8(9 19J5 R K Laswell Matilda Lamb Ll,,.ttMuHin.b " " " ' Major Mullins E M Mink Bill McCullum Over-ba- " wi 1 1 on Tuesday, August 5,191 9 AT MY PLACE AT WABD POST OFFICE 4 MILES FROM MT. VERNON JEOverbay parties hereinafter mentioned. " This sale will take place at J W the door cf the Rockcastle couu-t- Arthur Robinsen " " VG singleton Court House 'in Alt. Vernon, WT Sharp " Ky., on the i5th and 16th days Thos Williams of August, 1919. at o'clock p. R E Arrfold v 35 a 10 35 a 12 05 a 0 100 a 7 2a 10 30 a 3 30 a 7 42 a 7 50 a 3 30 a 5 25 a G GSOCES1ES MEAT, Including; . - 8 75 7 65 11 78 13 C4 LARD, FLOUR (- Coffee. Sugar, Canned Goods, 8 Otft e Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. .. - 16.27 11 lo 11 95 11 15 11 15 8 6 55" a 9 99 8 a 12 S 6 11 20 a m., and will continue thereafter Offer for sale to the highest bidder the following; I pair of Mules, 5 years old, 16 hands high; I 2-yr-- saddle horse, 8 years old; 1 milch Cow, 8 years'old, Sow and 7 Pigs and Shoats; I thoroughbred Duroc male Hog, weight about 250 lbs Jack Colt, coming yearling; 200 bushels of winter Turf Oats old Heifer; 450 bales of Oats and Wheat Straw; 1 1 1 2-ho- rse Wagon; Deering Reaper; Kerosene Engine, 6 horse power, the Ottawa make of engine; 1 pair of Grist Rocks, French Burr, 30 inches; without further notice. Deed, with Fee Simple . Title will be given the highest and best bidder, AND NOT ANY OF THE PROPERTY WILL BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION THEREAFTER. Any parties desiring final opportunity to redeem their property can do so by seeing me at my office in Greenville, Ky., on any day previous to the date of this sale, viz., by mailing me at Greenville, Ky., by registered mail, check or money order for amounts as hereinafter set out, giving correct postoftlce address for receipt to be returned, and the lien will be properly released of record. Very respectfully yours, W. J H Anderson Jane Alcorn A H Branforth " " " a a a a a a a a l(Ui 3 45 58 GOO " " 3 7 9 12 44 6 83 13 64 11 70 7 85 9 7G and in fact everything that is kept in an upto date Grocery WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OP MEAL I . - 0 Men's and Boys' OVERALLS SHIRTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a live and let live price. P. S. When you come in you cant fail to see our 5Cto IOC COUNTER, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. ODD PANTS, WORK Lillie Bussell S G Brown James Brock " 10 7 SCope J II Clark J 4 125 Chas Cox Elizabeth Drew C D Debord " " " ' 12 5 10 7 ' 14 1 F H Frady Nora Griffith J G Gadd John Gadd Martha L Howai-I J Hicks J B Jordon S . d ' ' " a ' 4 4 4 5 10 G 40 a 5a 24 a 112 a 37 a 23 a 61 11 65 23 15 15 85 10 63 9 45 8 78 11 15 8 45 22 18 '0 '0 00 Bi- - & a B IB oat cf a Ob J.B.CUlViMiNS On West Main Street BO - II 9 154 (iO ";;;;,;;;2jj;;;s;jttIJ?5I . ji;;i!i!!;!!tt;ss!i! a 30 a 13 a 16 85 15 58 9 18 9 76 10 85 16 4S 10 48 12 85 15 35 12 85 S 40 7 85 8 15 Franklin Arthur Alexander YEAR 1916 Allison 1910 8 50 a " 3 2 4 11 a JWAnglin Gemima Baker D J Brown " " " ' lots Steve Carpenter WM Carter " ' 40 a 10 10 a 2 30 a 7 30 a 9 10 (5 H. GRAY, J C Cummins Revenue Agent for State at M T Eversole FECasU 1 Large. I Corn Crusher; 1 Trashing Box; 1 Galvanized Oil Tank, holds 60 gallons; I Heating Stove; new pair of Plaftorm Scales, Friction Clutch Pulley, 21 ft diameter, 8 in. face, and 21 in bore 1 I YEAR 1913 10 3 3 5 7 4 14 James Adams W. M. Balliuger Green Kogard Mat Bowles Alfred Baker W. D. Campbell John Coffey Gadd Caleb Gadd $10.40 Mat Gilpin JC " " " a a a a. lot " " " " " " " 3 7 7 30 45 4o 35 12 8.73 H H Hamlin 7.3o I J Hicks 8.75 J F Martin 13.87 Wm Martin lo.OS 3 37 57 10 20 3 15 10 30 8 5 4 4 7 7 7- a a a a 12 S5 12 85 11 70 12 93 14 27 WANTED We want to buy your wheat, will We are ready pay market price GIVE US A CALL eat lot 4 lo.75 9.85 Celia Cromer TERMS OF SALE All sums under $20 cash in hand; all over $20 a credit of six months will be given on a bankable note SALE BEGINS at 10:30 am Sharp C. C. Dees C. D. DeBord 4 lo 4 4 12 2o 3 lo.75 lo.oS Willie Morris Chas Moore F M Maxey Major Mullins Morgan Robinson " " " " - 50 a a a 7 14 8 15 8 13 16 7 7 7 Leonard Duncan W. F. Foster Geo Fpgel John S. Gadd Wm.S. A Hamilton lo 4 4 7 7 JAMES WINSTEAD R. L. SMITH, Auctioneer FA Hurt John Jones W H Morrifl V H Mize II M Morgan Jeff Madden Chas McGuire lo 8 7 4o . 15.85 GT75 2o 2 lots S.19 35 a lo.l 111 22,85 64o 21,75 9,18 25 7.SG 2o 13,75 loo 15 9,15 "9 J M Robins Ga 12 J R Robinson ' 3 25 a H Saylors " 12 1 a Claud Stokes Emily Taylor h'rs " 7 lot " 3 62 a John Vamvinkle " 4 10 a J R Vanwinkle ' 10 lot S B Witheis FOR 2a 80 a 60 a 10 17 13 13 9 8 01 10 35 9 4S 15 85 35 25 43 63 25 20 85 20 35 now to take care of your wants Centra! Iliii ur Y-TO-W- EAR HIRAM LAWS, Gen'IMgr. J2 36 3RODHEAD, KY. SUCCESSORS TO 4 5 lo 5o 8,45 8,45 PlEVsH&frS The Rockcastle Milliner Co. Roofing Best grade Galvanized delivered to you DODGrE BROTHERS MOTOR CAR Why did U. S. Government choose Dodge Brothers car for its officers ? Why do you find fewer Dodge Brothers cars than any RE AD LADIES COATS SUITS We carry We invite both men and women to look over our wonderful stock of ready-to-we- ar Our price per sq only O, Our stock is complete in all lengths', also Nails, Hinges, .Hangers and Track, other cars in repair shops ? Why are most wholesale houses buying Dodge Brothers cars for their salesmen ? Why is it harder to find used Dodge Brothers cars f&r sale than any other make ? MEN every-SKIRT- SUIT S OVERCOATS SHOES thing you want HATS DRESSES Don't forget the little ones ETC. ETC. Wagons Already higher and go- These are significant questions to the man or woman Paris Green Our price of the best quality is only who really cares for facts; Ask us we will be glad to explain. We urge you to get your older in if you want to be sure of delivery Furniture Not just a few pieces of cheap Furniture, but a complete stock of the best that money will buy. Allow us to show you the Dining Room Suits at $250. Timothy Seed will be higher. ing right on 21 Our in. complete 48C per lb. - $120. ? IT LOOKS LIKE EVERYBODY WANTS DODGE CARS BROTHERS advise to you is get yours early. Our price is only to-da- y 3 in. complete $ iZOr Don't wait until you need one before you We will buy your Corn, Oats,Rye, Barley, Hay, Etc. Call us up or come to see us. MPjagmPMWBWWBBjiby BedRoomSuits$I00. to $275. We have just $6.00 per bu. received a car load of Davenetts, Duofolds, and Davenports We also carry Clover, Orchard, Blue Grass, Rye, etc. buy $25. TO $150. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE BEREA r Kentucky's Greatest Store i y Ct H f e l..! L " 'fife. at m " . ..-- v " rx - v a-- --"' - "i"" -J '-" -- i y