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Mount Vernon signal: August 8, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919080801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 8, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v. Mr r (r$y KC2SESZ PUBLISHED EVcRY FRIDAY ill P m II I Vernirn Mf? riii 11 1 M3?. Intuit SI y I ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 4G VOLUME XXXII VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8 1919 DEMOCRAT TICKET. The unofficial count shows the following for the various state offices: THE GREAT BRODHEAD AUG. $10,000 e 20-21-22 Governor Gov. Black. Lieut Gov. W. H. Shanks. Sec'y of State -- Mat S. Cohen. Auditor Henry Bosworth. Atty. Gen' 1 Frank EDaugherty ht Yes, right:' Just like old in a Cloth-craagain. know ril lock all times ft Clerk Court John A. Goodman of Appeals Supt. L. E. Foster. Commissioner John W.Newman REPUBLICAN TICKET. fob S&l nCr FAIR Thrilling Attraction Ever Pulled Off. 9 o II IH Kfl? BH SB Jtttr H fc' i40B Chas. I. Dawson. R. R. Com. John B Eversole. Senator Clarence Miller. Rep. R. L. McFerron. Atty. Gen'l FERRIS Wheel MERRY-GO-ROUND SKYSCRAPING BigBalloon"?" And The Most vyjLUI yJU FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN HES AFT The other candidates for the various state offices on the Republican ticket were nominated by a convention. O TTAWA ftllPV'SSHOWS UUlllJ UWill Be There Making a beautiful Clear ACROSS the FAIR Grounds HIGH WIRE WALKING PEOPLE ARE GOING FROM EVERYWHERE TO SEE THIS Mrs. Martha Farley, of Mid dletown, Ohio is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cash Mr. Willie Dillingham, of Highland Park, was with friends and relatives here last week. Miss Minnye M. Carson, spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Maggie M. Brown. Mr. Arthur Dodd, of Detroit, Michigan, is visiting homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. xvrch Hayes and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Metcalf. Born, to the wife of C. C. Metcalf, the first of August a fine boy.- - -- Miss Kittye Hayes spent Saturday with her cousins Misses Elva and Willa Albright. Miss Bessie Carson spent Sunday with Mrs. Lizzie Rogers. on GREAT FAIR '20-21-2- 2 GRANVILLE the man who has lived in this store J. G. FRITH, President August 0TENS, Sec'y-Trea- s. in khaki the past season or two can buy with petfect safety safety for both his pocketbook and his 'soldiery appearance f For Clothcraft Clothes are backed by two guarantees the manufacturers for Miss Gertrude Brown and Mr. catis-facto- ry wear and service, and OUTS for perfect fit and appearance- - Clarence Eastman, and Miss Exie Eastman and Mr Arthur Brown, all from Quail, w'ere m arried in Jellico, Tenn., Sunday night. Ted Chandler left' for Corbin Saturday night where he has a position with the L. & N. R. R. Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Only because Clothcraft Clothes are scienCash spent Sunday night with tifically taiiored can they give such 10 cents their son, J. A. Cash. Mr. and V Mrs. W. G. Brown spent Sunday value for your clothing-doll- ar with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carson. Mrs. J. S. Cash spent Sunday afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Hasty. Mrs. Albert Hayse, and daughter, Sybil spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. H. Laswell. Mr. J. O. Scoggin, and son, Ray, are in Cincinnati this week on business. Misses Ida and Zelma Mink, of Pine Hill, spent Saturday night and Sun Clothcraft Store day with their cousins here. Maurice E. Proctor, of Mt. Vernon; spent Saturday and. Sunday SECRETARY OF STATE. Hnger47; McQueary 2i7 and with triends here. Steve Albright was in town Thursday on Cohen 57. business. Miss Onie Laswell was AUDITOR. with Miss Nellie Weaver Sunday. Rawlings 7I; Vance 8; Jasper Waldon, of Crawfords- 52 and Brouse 129 ville, Ind., is visiting his grand- ATTY. GENERAL. lather, J. J. Brown Lisanby 24; Musick 124; Baker 54 and Daugherty 14. State of Ohio, City fo Toledo, CLERK COURT OB1 APPEALS. Lucas County, ss. Brank J. Cheney makes oath O'Connell 54; Steger n2and that he is senior partner of the Goodman. firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., doing SUPT. PUBLrO business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and Foster 58; King 35; Eubanks that said firm wili pay the sum i32. of One Hundred. Dollars for each andevery case of ' Catarrh that COMMISSIOEER OF cannot be cured by the use of AGRICULTURE. Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cecil 66; Newman 152. Frank J Cheney. MAGISTRATE FIFTH Sworn to before me and subDISTRICT. scribed in my presence, this 6th Guv Roberts. day of December, A. D. 1886. ' REPUBLICAN TICKET. (Seal) A W. GLEASON. Notary Public. ATTORNEY GENERAL. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is takCbas. I Dawson 589; Jolly 79. Sutton 8l McBee The Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings get, and this without exception; will be singing at this place next o'clock, in the forenoon, or as and ask that the patrons of the Saturday night. Shirley Carmi-ca- l near thereto as practicable, and spent Sunday eve with Broth- that notice thereof be published school reciprocate this action by fac-- ', er Kirby sivingr to the board and the John Harmon, who times in Mt. Vernon, Signal, a unselfish and unlimited j has been working in Harlan for newspaper printed in said, disulty their co operation, when this is done several montns is with his par trict, and all known creditors and other persons interested may apwhich we hope will be, it can be ents here. pear at said time and place and said of the Livingston Graded School, what ought to be said, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner that it has no superior, and of THE UNITED STATES should not be granted. such a reputation aud distinction FOR THE EASTERN of we would feel proud, and Witness the Honorable A. M. DISTRlCTjOF KEN which our town would derive J . Cochran. Judee of said Court. TUOKYINBANK- I and. the seal thereof, at London great benefits. kUPCY. The Trustees are doing their in said district, on the 21st day In part Ithistbe,. mostsuc-cessfu- l "Mary the matter of ) a Bankrupt.-oJjilyAD- . 1919. M. Jones term of school "that LivOn this 2lst day of July, A. D. ingston ever had, and our worthy By S. W. Sticky, D. C. 1919, on considering the petition principal is now preparing a catalogue for the school, and which of the aforesaid bankrupt for I will soon be -- ready for publica- discharge, tiled on the 28th day when ready, every pat- of Jan. 1919, it is ordered by the tion, and For Infants and Children ron of the school shall have oue court that a hearing be had upon In Use For Over Years and Inform themselves in regard the same on the 26 day of Aug Always bears to the course of study as well as A. D., T919, before said court at the Cayzyf7&&&zc the methods and principles that Covington in said district at lo Signature of shall at all times dominate the school. : Board of Trustees: R. G. Webb. Chrra. B. H. Hn.LARD.Secy. to-ma- -- CASTOR 30 A :x: Bos-wort- h The Brodhead Pair Management is not sparing time nor money this year to make the home of their Fair a delightful place for the coming exhibition Aug. 2o 22. The grounds are open to the public and is now being used for a park, with its good shade, water and mile track in good condition makes it delightful for a rest or for motoring, the public is invited to visit it before VAPOR the fair that you may tell your friends we will be prepared to entertain them. Some special arrangements will be made to park automobiles in the good shade and plenty of room is always found for those who drive. STOVE HOPE WELL M r. R. L. McFERRON "Who will be the next Representative from the 81st Rockcastle-LaurDistrict. His majority over our G. M, Ballard in the el district is 26. TUESDA PRIMARY. Rockcastle diet" very well as far as she went, but when the voters do not realize the importance of going to the polls and voting, when "important questions are to be decided, and when nearly one hlf ot the voters of any political party does not go to the polls at all, there is certainly an evidence of indifference, which is inexcus 1 F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Bethurum spent Sunday with Mrs. John Kirby.- - Mr. and Mrs. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. STATE SENATOR. Mitchel Norton, of near Brod Hall's Family Pills for Clarence Miller had no opposihead, and Robt Norton of this tion. place spent Saturday night with able. The small vote cast does ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sowder. Mr. REPRESENTATIVE. not justify a tabulation of By way of announcement, we and Mrs Hughie Robins spent G. M. Ballard 505; R. L. and we shall only give the hereby give notice to the patrons Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mart 600, which gave McFervote of each candidate. ron 95 majority in Rockcastle. of the Uvingston Graded School Cromer. Master Homer Carmi-ca- l was a guest of Ollie Rash FOR GOVERNOR. Ballard carried Laurel caunty by that the 1919 term will begin the Monday ih September. first Sunday. Orville Sowder of this Carroll received 24 votes; Noel a majoritypf 69. McFerrpn's The School Board .. is very de- place spent Saturday-nig- ht with majority in the district is 26. 7: and Gov. Black 453. sirous of having the best school his sister, Mrs Charlie ShepMAGISTRATE FIFTH DIS- possible, and to accomplish ,tkte, herd. Rev. Grabb filled his reg-- s LIEU TEN ANTGOV. ' t TRICT. have employed what ibey believe ular appointment at ' Mt. Fisgah Uldham 89 and Shanks 28o. F. F. ROBBINS. to be the best faculty possible to Saturday and Sunday.- - There! 116. N ttae-re-tur- and Mrs. Ollie Kirby spent Sunday with Mrs. Fannie Kash Mrs. Lizzie Moses and children, are visittng relatives in Harlan. Mrs. Hester .Logston is getting along vtry nicely with her school at this place. Misses Sallie and Nancy Sowder spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Hattie Car-micWe have been having en internally and acts through RAILROAD COMMISSIONER the Blood on the Mucous Sur- plenty of rain for the last week THIRD Dl&TRICT. of the faces ot the System Send for Road working is the order day in this part Mrs. Charles E. C. Kash 630; John B. Ever-sol- e testimonials, free. al. You'll like this stove be- cause itfs compact and is equipped with the large powerful Detroit burners, sanitary base, nickel trim mings and drip pan This stove1 is also made in the two-burn- er ns Mc-Fer- ro size c. e. cox Mt. Vernon. Ky. S jSjFt - - HNMMmWWK , mmiwi 1,.. S-- w5san Tsy rr- ? .V I" i,--. "& 5'" vote the Democratic ' ''iPiaMPWSJf ff- -i , j. . .r.iutfSdBs-ff'rJSiaa- -- Jiaawsfc. H7r ir ,- '" .-, . f idwi 1. 4, -- NsSar.'j C5" ' Twr. i fcw'iHiF-"'if m.- SJ -- " n N i&. &. J. r & -t t. 2fcJ' auMrrit-arTnyr- T., "Pj&p&p: -- ..iirVTftw-A. " - "v - MIMMtMMMaMtfcMriMMiJfc . Mt. Vernon Signal -- Aug. 8, 19 19 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1 OO Advertising rates maac known on will be more effective in citizen application ship. So lar as the Democratic prim MEMBER OF ary itself is concerned, when its KEN ttJCK Y PRESS A SSOCIATION votes are fully recorded if will be seen that not more than of the Democrats came to the polls. Thus once more does one-fourt- h ticket this fall. That wouid be an effective reprisal, but one, hardly to be expected, since It has grown to be habit for them to vote the Republican ticket every year. The negro should hive noiparty; he should vote as an individual, like tbr white man; and when he doe he the primary law show its own weakness and futility, and the duty of the next Legislature is to find some way whereby representative party nominations can be The Republicans had no impor- made hereafter and independents tant content in the primary; the participate as they choose in the Political Reflection Democrats had many contests; and yet Eighth District Demo--cratstayed at home from the primary and from a synchronbus election and permitted the defeat of their candidate for Congress. This wah the outstanding feature of Saturday's voting,as the Times sees it, and it reveals again a condition in the Democratic party that calls for heroic measures if anything is to be done politically m this State. Capt. Swope served in tbe army, and Judge Hardin did not, and the reports from the district are that the winner pitchi d his campaign along that line and promised much legislative consideration to the men who wore the khaki. This unquestionably won him many votes, but it does not fully explain the s defeat of the Democratic nominee The vote in Shelby county is an indication of the fact that 'Eighth district Democrats simply remained away from the polls despite the fact that they had a Congressman to elect and that their partisans, from Governor down, were contesting for nomi-hin- d him, could beat an obscure Republican by only 6,000 votes; and now comes the return of a Republican Congressman by the -- E'ghth district, a thoroughly representative American constituency. This result will be heralded, and quite naturally, as a repudiation of the President and the League, and the national Republicans will make much of it. But to the The Times the vote in Shelby county alone proves internal party reasons and reveals an indifference toward party pride that would be amazing if it were not so logical. It is greatly favorable to the Republicans that they have wise and undisputed leadership. Like nations at a primary 'held at the same time. Governor Black.who won the nomination he sought; Senators Stanley and .Beckham; Congressmen the Democratic from the State and the national leaders, too, may well give some selection of candidates. Louisville Times. or constipation take Chamber'ou may learn something from lain's Tablets. They strengthen the following by W. H. Ireland, a The defeat of Judge Charles the stomach and etiable it to traveling salesman of Louisville, A. Hardin for Congress in the its functions naturally. Eighth Congressional district is They also cause a gentle move- Ky "In the summer of 188S I had a severe attack of cholera not any great surprise to the ment of the bowels. morbus. I gave the hotel porter majority of the people of the fifty cents and told him to buy state. There is no use whipping DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER me a bottle of Chamberlain's trie devil around the stump about son of Mrs. Oral, Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. it, there is one and only one Hood Wells, of Richmond, was thing that brought about the de- killed by lightning. Will Nessells, a young mechanfeat of Judge Hardin The peoAt Berkeley, Cal. J. H. Hilde-bran- d ic in Lewis & Dry's garage at ple did not particularly want and Edmund O'Neill, both Lebanon, was shot and fatally King Swope. neither because of members of the University of Cal- wounded by Dan McChord. The his ability or popularity, but ifornia faculty, were shot and trouble is said to have arisen over they remembered the day when seriously wounded by Roger the repairing of an auto Judsre Hardin, while Chairman Sprague, a graduate of the uniThe death of Judge J. F. Butof the State Central Committee, versity, who alleged they had ler, of the district took the bull by the horns and prevented him from obtaining a will give Gov. Black the oppordeclared A. O. Stanley the nomi- position. tunity to appoint a Democrat. nee for the D. S. Senate. Stanley was not the choice of the people and he and Judge Hardin well knew it and the day that the announcement was given out that the nomination must be made by a convention and that the committee had named Governor A. O. Stanley, that day Judge Hardin lost that which cost nim his seat in Congress. Stanley rule in Kentucky is done with and those who are trying to hold bim up and follow his tactics The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been may find it ouc before it is everin use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of "and has been made under his ner- lastingly too late. 'sonal supervision since its infancy. .Allow no one to deceive vou in this. While the vote in Rockcastle .AH Counterfeits, Imitations' and " are but was far below what it should Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of have been, yet those who did go Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. to the polls did the right thing I by our good friend Gov. Jas. D. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Black. Out of 484 votes cat he Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains received 453 or a majority over neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its both the other candidates of 429. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has We had hoped to see Gov. Black "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea J allaying Feverishness arising leave Rockcastle with a better therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids vote, but many were busy, some the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. ihought it unnecessary to go to The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. the polls at a primary and others staid away f or various GENUINE ALWAYS reasons. It is safe to say that every democrat will be at the Bears the Signature of polls next Novembor and cast his vote for the mountain ' man and friend of the people, Gov. James D. Black. pei-for- m six-year-o- evolution; CLOTHING TO GO HIGHER. Three men, an Irishman, a Housewives and mothers will do were well to have a look at the moth- Swede and a Hebrew brought icto court. The Hebrew balls tucked in the pocket and folds of their men's fall ; nd win- was arrested for stealing a cow; ter su'ts, for tvery suit pur- the Swede for stealing a horse, chased, begiimii g next fall, is to and the Irishman for stealing a cost from 25 to 40 per cent more wagon. "Well," said the judgo, turn fian formerly. Announcement of the roming advance was made ing to the Hebrew, "where did by representatives of many lead- you get the cow?" "I've had it since it was a calf," ing elbthiers, including the American Clothing Manufactur- was the reply. "Where did you get the horse?" ing Association and National As sociation of Clothiers in meeting he asked the swede. "I've had it since it was a at New York. colt,'' was the reply of the Swede AN OLD FAULT FINDER. "And Patrick, whero did you get the wagon?" asked the judge An irritable fault finder disposition is often caused by indi- of the thief. "Oh. Your Honor, I've had it gestion. A man with good digestion and bo els that act reg- since it was a wheelbarrow." ularly is usually good natured. A TRAVELING MAn EXPERIWhen troubled with indigestion ENCE. SOMETHING FOR EUERYBOO y.ti g3v.JWNl1Wigq eve,T l,0d). nn matter what station iu life they occupy, Since it is a fact what their fortunesor misfortunes may have been, rich or rrr- poor, find a welcome in our store, weheve selected otfr stock in a .vay that we can meet the demands of all classes. for the during the show our appreciation month ofnice business given touscontinue our July, we are going offerings in specials: To Matting Rugs 9x12, $4.75, 3x(, $1.00 Boys' Overalls, 4's to 15, 75c Boysr Blue Cambria Shirts, 75 C Rompers for the children, 75c Mens' Sport Shirts, heavy material, Rubber Heels 5c per pair 1 60c neo men's pants in all colors and sizes. These pants are bought right and we are going to sell them the same way, ."See them before buying elsewhere. t0 cheap and expensive, Traveling BagS and Trunks good better, we have them for you, wan Hftts are unexcelled in style, quality and Suan Hate UI De lust received a Dce fh f'yy, price. ld are getting higher every day. We have a lot of the Peters' and Civilian Shoes, in both meu, women and children's at the old price and it will pay you to buy them now. Shoes Drummond Dry Goods Company Promoters of Pike-Letch- er Quality Opposite Graded School LIVINGSTON, KY. Children Cry for Fletcher's NOTICE! To the taxpayers of Rockcastle Count You are hereby notified your Tax for the year 1919 is now due. You will please meet me or one of my Deputies at the following named dates and places : Mondayt Sept, 752 Just-as-go- od What is! CASTOR A CASTORIA Tuesday, Wednesday, Railroad brotherhoods backed by the American Federation of Labor, having started a drive for a fund of millions to be used in propaganda for the Plumb plan of nationalization or railway systems. The plan contemplates "education " of the people as to the plan with dem- . Wilson will take to effect immediate reducsteps tion of the price of foodstuffs. Congress will receive a message from him requesting enactment of whatever legislation may be necessary to lower prices. The Department of Justice has been ordered to make war immediately on all hoarders of supplies and all profiteers. Julius H. Barnes has decided to retain the guaranteed price of $2.26 a bushel wheat in order to leaders were required to elimi- prevent for rise of price. Barnes the nate the negro if they could, since promised a stabilization of flour his nomination under the cabin prices and hopes to be able to would have disaSected thousands supply all that is needed at $lo of voters from Mr. Morrqw. But a barrel. in eliminating him they sowed certain small objects that may develop into dragon's teeth and jproduce a warlike crop of troubles Jewelers. & Opticians The negro candidate should have been surprised that he was J$&Hk Watches Diamonds unpopular when he offered to be Jewelery IkJbk Pfl r a guest at a Republican wedding. Silverware Fine Watch His people have been exploited Repairing politically by that party for years Now ia Their Nw Location . because they vote as a mass for He is quoted as saying that S. Fourth At it. LOUISVILLE, KY. and 40,000 other negroes will he intensive study to the situation here. It was presaged when Mr. Stanley, with the President governmental system in European countries is the system of the Kentucky Republicans; a and a chief chief Mr. Hert, the national committeeman, is the chieMn. council under whose leadership policies are inaugurated and followed, and his wise direction has done much to achieve the present situation in the State. Mr. pageant, Monow is the chief-iand his personality and oratory have given his party a prepossessing candidate for high office. On the Democratic side leadership is divided and disputed and there is no party cohesion. What may be done between now and November cannot yet be estimated, but the Republicans have every reason to plume Every reason but themselves. one, for the rough-sho- d defeat of the negro legislative candidate in Louisville will return to plague them. Of course, from a standpoint of practical politics the be-th- Ccucei The Kind You Have Always THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Monday In Use For Over 30 Years Bought " 2t " 3, " 4, " 5, " 6, " 8, ' t .Livingston Precinct, Walnut Grove u Brown 11 Pine Hill I. Red Hill N. & S. Brodhead " Brush Creek Precinct Livingston, Wm. Kirby's Store Level Green P.O Pine Hill Mullins Station Brodhead Orlando RO. Ward's Store Solly Griffin e Tuesday Wednesday Thursday n onstrations in of the scheme Labor day. It is regarded as probable that the plan will be an issue in the next presidential election, for officials of the unions said that if the present Congress does not adopt the plan a Congress "will be chosen that will pass the necessary legislation." President BIG Friday Saturday LIVE STOCK SLXuiJbLj Saturday, Aug. AT 9:30 A. M. highest bidder tt Henry Wood's Store Wildie ft 4i 12, Conway Round Stone " 13, Scaffold Cane u G. VOwens Store East and. West Mt. Vernon at Sheriff's Office u JJ " 9, 10, Powers Crooked Creek a TIP LANGFORD, S.R.C. THE BES11 PHYSIC. HER When you want a pleasant CALLED physic try Chamberlain's Tablets They are easy to lake and mild HER BEDSIDE and gentle in effect. They are who highly prized by people acquainted with have become their good qualities. They only Six Tears Agt, TninkiMf She Might Die, Says Texas Laij, But New cost a quarter. She Is a Well, Strong Womaa and Praises Cardai Far FAMILY lth TO At the time mentioned, at my place, 2 miles East of Poplar Grove Church and 2 miles North of Level Green, I will offer for sale to the C. C. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Williams W Her Recovery. Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary Kll-man, OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of MT.VEENON.KY. 350 Stock Ewes and 30 Young Cattle Theser-Ewes Rant of Mt. Vernon, onJ Church St. Special atten tion given collections. 'PNONB 8o L.Hiiber&Son ji will be sold in lots of 10 until foec&x:' b. W. BETHURUtt on Church. Street ATTORNEY AT LAW MT. VERNON, RY. Office of this place, says; "After the birth of my little girl... my aide commenced to hurt me. I had to go back to bed. We called the doctor. He treated me... but I got no better. I got worse and worse until the misery was unbearable... I was in bed for Best bid takes them TERMS: 12 months with good note, or 2 per cent discount for cash sold, then as a whole' . Will practice in all the courts. 3CX2PC3C8&3C3IC 648 1 G. B.BROILES, Auctioneer,' ,. . v, CASTORIA D. M. CBB&S, Level Green, Ky. In Us For Over 30 Ytars For Infants and Children - three months and suffered such agony that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . I told my husband If he would get me bottle of Cardai I would try it. . . I commenced taking it, however, that evening I called my family about me... for I knew I could sot last any days unless I had a change far FLETCHER'S the better. That was six years ago and I am still here and am a well, strong woman, and I owe my life to CarduL I had only taken half tha bottle when I began to feel better. The misery in my side got less... 1 continued right on taking the Cardd until I had taken three bottles and I did not need any more for I was well and never felt better in my life... I have never had any trouble from that day to this." Do you. suffer from headache, back ache, pains in sides, or other discomforts, each month? Or do you feel weak, nervous and fagged-out- ? If so, give Cardai, the woman's toak, T 71 rial -- Always bears the . 1 ' z xi - 8igMtureo 2Uf& FC--S aiidre Cry Ire - I H. - y . "" tt lfflHKHmBHHHEHIBHiffi-iJ&l'a t1--- ' - V" r; '-. :;-?. vt e - - T ",Z - s vt. - -- . T- ' 'fc:ssieE3HnMrMi :T ,. VX ?:''. :""v'. v ?t -. v. Tt , - ' 't, - -- 'V--. - ... -. -- . ' -- r - ' '. . V 1 V V jtC' .JgiA tSW rAfSt) Not a single arrest was made on a drunkenness '- -- Mt. Vernon Signal JA tfrrTFtfSfiSI One week from next Monday faiTi'iffi m flgiinr .r-TSS- charge during is circuit court. i: CNON, y Aug 8, 1919 73 up "No, 79 ivnon want to Communl-on- e 7& with SIGNAL the month of Julv in Danville. Monday week will be stock The heavy wind and rain sales day ac theKockcastle Stock did considerable damage to crops Pens. in different action's of t.h" county. BRODHEAD METHODIST An 18 piece Italian Band furnished by Coleys famous shows will make the music at the Brod-hea- d CHURCH ANNOUNCE MENT. WANTED ALL KINDS OF . a & V- - S- - ?'' and wi1 1- Mty woman on artfi night. valuable asset to any place where tard the. progress. Judge Muli i sUfctfn ruiiti aharrinin arkcr- :? he may choose to locate. A cor- lins and others are. working day MtiiAnt-i-aiiyjW LOCAL -d tht't dewl. If dial welcome awaits him in Mt. and night to get this- road and i: the question of right iiywYe-go- t a bargain m some- r good milch cows Vernon, should he decide upon T should not be any consideration &mq, advertise ft to the worn- J:;t& aad wilV sell one. If you nee our Ijttle city as the place; for his for the man who is tokaye t 7 oae.ciiucrseej. 1. ugAuuws future home'. this 9V WMlin WW , iu ... f. ireat thoroughfare by hw toor.. llll - Rev. C. H. Gieer, Presiding fair. Elder, will preach Friday night Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. The Italian Band with Colevs ' Rev. R. C. Evans, rjastor. will 11 Big Shows will furnish music for preach the last sermon of the TIME TABI,E. Mt Vernon Fair. You will want Conference year Sunday morn 5 45pm north to hear this band ing and evening:. We hore we 24 uortn 3:35 am J 6-- 20 The Mt. Vernon band is fur- - can have a good attendance at per 23 outh ins. 12:35 p m wishing the music for the Berea these services 21 .South ."!tr.r..... 12:45 a m 20-2- 6 per ins. Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. fair and the boys are making Next week is the Mt. Vernon some good music. Fiir and the following week is IMion No. 8. per and Balloon ascensions each day of Brodhead Fair. Get ready and Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Fostofice the BRODHEAD FAIR. Other take in both fairs. For the past as second-clas- s mail matter. From to free acts as well. Something to two years it has been all work per hundred and little play, the summer will entertain you every minute. PERSONAL soon be gone and a little vacation Wiil buy Black Oak, Sugar Tree and Lynn Are you ready for the Mt. does every one good. At these John Sam Purcell has typhoid. Vernon Fair which begins next fairs are mighty good places to M. Mrs. Mary Carter is reported Wednesday: If not get ready spend a little vacation Come to very low. aud if you have anything worthy Mt Vernon These prices are for timber delivered at any next week and then Mrs. Mathew Finzel is visiting of exhibition be sure and bring Railroad Station in Rockcastle, tie ready for Brodhead the next. relatives in Stanford. it along. The star roll for the first month A small child of Pal Moore is J. B. Levisay sold to D. M. of Fairview school is as follows: very sick with pneumonia. Cress 6 lambs at i3 cts last Second grade Flossie Poynter, Mrs. J. W. Brown is a guest week. He bought of Joe Cromer Lula Poynter, Agnes Lambert, KY. MT. of Mrs. Chas. Neil, who lives in some hogs at cts and sold to William Wren. 17 Louisville. M. E. Burton 22 hogs averaging Third Grade Mamie Johnson",' Mrs. Dolau who has been sick 165 pounds at i7 cents. Fifth .Grade Millard Paynter, so Jong and got so very low, is Coleys Shows will be one of Earnest Kirby, Oscar Hayes, n:nch better. the main attractions at the Mt. Miller McCoy has a good posi-tir- n Vernon Fair. They carry one of Opal Johnson, Naomi Wren. Virsjjj; :;:::: We with an insurance company the largest Ferris wheels in the gil Bailey, Rosa Webb, Raymond Poynter, Adderson Richmond. in New York. country and if you want a real Seventh grade Robert Gadd, .John Carmical is able to be out thrill don't fail to get on. Opal Lee Wren, Gladys Howard, aj,in after being laid up several If you have no catalog of the ! Fred Bailey, Grace Payuter, til-li- e days with a fractured rib. Brodhead Fair it will pay you to Paynter. oj 9 W. S. Burton, brother of M. E. write the Secretary at once as Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Teachers, Miss Fannie Wynn, Burton, who served in the navy the premiums will surprise you. Wade L. Skidmore. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. during the World War, has been It is worth your time and effort Including and is at home. The Oak Hiil school reports this year to be in this exhibit. . r. and Mrs. the following pupils that were J. C Moore have and in fact everything that is J. M. Craig, l3ogue .drown and successful in making the Honor Killed rooms and moved over kept in an up-t- date Grocery Cecil Brown were over from Lan- Roll V A. McKenzie's restaurant. the first month: 5th grade, caster yesterday buying stock. Clide Smith; grade, Everett Tom Ball has a government They say the Garrard and Lin- Bowman; 1st 3rd grade, June Smith pi .sition in Washington and left coln county folks first of the week for the CapittJ. the Mt. Vernon are coming to and Hunley Rigsby. This means lair in full the children mentioned above Aloiiza Tayler, of Parksville, strength. were neither absent nor tardy In addition to our line of fresh groceries and is spending the week with his Judsre J02 Bertram died at and made an average, of 8s per 1. ends, Ewell and Robert Oum-.- n vegetables, we have just received a new and . Monticello last week, aged 72. cent. We are indeed eager to "ns. complete line of DRY GOODS, Miss "Anna Belle Stewart, He was president of the "Monticello see this number increased month, Coin6 in and see them. by month and believe that it will Principal Langdon Memorial, is Banking Co., aud a prominent do so. The pie supper given at expected this week or the first of citizen. The judge had the honor years ago of defeating "Gum this place last Saturday evening next. 9 Shoe" Hunter for State Senator. was well attended. Quite a numMiss Risse Williams-- ' left ber from Brodhead and others Rev. H. T. Young will return for Winchester, where she outside the district were welwiil visit the family of Dr. M. L. tomorrow from Mt. Carme1, come guests and helped swell where he has been holding a the proceeds to $2?.oo. Myers. This protracted meeting for the past amount will be spent Logan Bryant went to Cincinfor some nati Tuesday and brought back two weeks, and will preach from badly needed school supplies. first move a Ford Coupe for Mr. and Mrs. his regular pulpit Sunday morn- Miss Clyde Watson, Teacher. ing and evening at the usual C. H. White. a winning A state wide educational camMouroe Miller was with home-folk- s hours. battle of life paign will be waged the week of from Friday until Sunday. Fish's are showing today and August 25-- 30 in every school Is made when savMonroe has a good position in tomorrow onlv, a big line of large district in Kentucky. Announceoil fields. the samples of Fall Tailoring for ment of plans ing were sent out by M rs. J. T. Mercer, of Decatur, buits made to order bv ChicagD-Kah- n Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Cnair-ma- n will educate you 111 , will arrive in a few days for Bros. Come in and look of the Kentucky Illiteracy an extended visit with her daugh them over, you do not have to Commission, to every fianncially by deCounty buy, but vou can'save by buying Superintendent ter, Mrs. J. B. Cummins. and to- - every veloping Misses Viola And An na Brock now, delivery any dateCounty Illiteracy Agent today. and Miss Marguerite Thompwill insure success, comfort and T. G. Fain, a highly respected Local speakers will tour the son, of Winchester, are visiting citizen of the Pine Hill section, county on August and 25, 26, happiness. Misses Christine and Edna Davis. died Sunday after an illness of 28, and a state speaker 27 sent by Miss Mary Davis, daughter of only a few hours of acute indi the Kentucky illiteracs CommisEvery deposit made us is a Mr. and Mrs. Sim N. Davis, of gestion. The burial took place sion will speak at the final rally Lancaster, is visitine Mrs. Joe at Pine Hill Monday with the at the county seat on Friday or step toward Independence. McKenzie and other Mt. Vernon honors of the Masonic order and Saturday following. and account relatives. Jr. O. U. A. M. He leaves a The phases of education emstick to it. W. T. Davis is in receipt of a wife and several children and a phasized in this campaign will be letter from his son, Charley L. host 01 friends and other relatives. the removal of illiteracy .increase of day school attendance and bet-te- r saying that he would be discharg The Manager of Coleys faed from the navy in a short time mous salaries for teachers. It is a shows that will have the and return home. joint campaign of the Kentucky Midway at the Brodhead Fair .Mrs. O D. Brock Stopped off reports his company will occupv Illiteracy Commission and the : See Fushs about your Fall yesterday on her return from the entire 10 acre area inclosed County School Superintendents Association. The speakers vill suit today . Louisville to her home in Lon by the race track. be announced later. don, for a few days visit to Mt riding devices such as the Merrv Quite a inamber from Mt. Ver- Vernon relatives. Go Round, Ferris Wheel and The assurance comes that the t non are attending the Berea Fair Roy Cummins left Saturday for such things to entertain the Dixie Highway will be completed Physicians have found an extended visit with relatives children will be seen on this mid- through Rockcastle and every a most effective and in Decatur. 111. While there way as well as Negro Minstrels" things points that it will be done satisfactory remedial will take telegraphing under his and other good shows. PROPERLY FITTED next year. The Rockcastle Fis agent in uncle, A. E. Mercer. John Robins, of Brodhead, in- cal Court has made a deal with ULASStS the State Road Mns Ethel Azbill has returned forms us that he department has sold his whereby AT THE BIGHT TIME from a two months stay with residence the completion of the in that townto F. F. is of "The Waterway to Health" relatives at Mobile. She visited Robins and will give possession road is assnred, and Mr. Wiley Greatest Importance. The American Medicinal Minthe New Orleans and many other at once. Price paid $25oo. Mr. says State Road Commissioner eral Water bottled at the If your eyes axe showing any dehe hopes to complete it by points of interest during her stay. Robins sold his Spring without any condenfects now iff the time to Bee store several the close of i92o, sing or fortifying whatever. all the way Will Furnish is here from Cin weeks ago on advice of his physi DR. MOORE. Tke OptkUi visiting his sister, Mrs. cian that he must get out of the from Parkers Creek to ihe Madicinnati 64 Doses $1.00 son line. For s'everal days Judge' IN JUNA5 ncftLIMlL dlUKL W. L. Richards, and daughter, goods business because of his Dose: Tablespoonful in Mullins, the Dixie Highway Mr. health. Glass of Water Miss Elizabeth Furnish. He is undecided what Commission and others 'have Also prescribed by phyFuruish is just out of the hospit he will do, whether he will y JNOTiCE sicians for constipation, al, where he has been confined in Brodhead or buy elsewhere. been busy getting some additiindigestion, high blood Anyone wishing to buy a nice s onal which pressure, hardening of for four months. are He has been strongly urged by s. arteries and skin to meet State and stock of groceries will see me at Miss Marie Brock, Mrs Chas. leading business men of Stan necessary Money back if specifications. 3 not satisfied. Tha once. 1 will sell at a bargain. Chandler and Miss Mary Kath-erin- e ford, Crab Orchard and Mt. Ver National W. fl. BROWN, State and Nation are going to On prescription Baugh have been with rela- non to locate at either place he trom your Mt. Vernon, Ky. build this road for Rockcastle F4'tt. tives here since Saturday. Mr. might desire. Mr. Robins is a or at your druggists'. r Chandler came down with Mrs. splendid business man, progres- and it is hoped that none ofx our UTWmi MOflAL-J- oan of Aro The Devoaiaa Chandler but returned Sunday sive and energetic Mineral Sptteff Co. will be a citizens will do anything to re TIMBER up $22.50 32.50 35.00 Wi Pay For WHITE OAK & POPLAR M. 26 M. M. Jilted AT THE FAIRS Mt- - I Alniit L. V. 53. $7. Vernon Fair, Aug. 13th 3 DAYS at $22.50 Brodhead Fair, 3 DAYS Aug- - 20th VERNON, Murrell You will have plenty of good reasons tor looking your best. li GROCERIES MEAT, MEAL FLOUR o Carry a Pull tine of LARD, Just overhaul your wardrobe and see if you have overlooked anything youfll need on these occasions. lip We can supply you with new clothes, hats, shoes, shirts, neckwear anything men and boy's wear. and DRY GOODS THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS ' I We Lead Others Follow 1 i! yes-torda- y CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street On ( - -- Stop and that THE Wheat WA NTED We want to buy your wheat, will We are ready pay market price -- begins. It - Think an now to take care of your wants GIVE US A CALL traits Central Milling HIRAM LAWS, Gen'IMgr. with Start with us today BRODHEAD, KY. SUCCESSORS TO The Rockcastle Milling Co. Bank of Mt. Vernon For . Up-to-da- te to-da- Rheumatic Affections How Are You Going to Keep 'Em on the Farm? ANSWER: With Electric Lights Delco-Ligh- ts oEYONlsr Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy When Delco-Ligh- -- re-bu- kHMOBB J t is instated there is no longer as great incentive for the son or daughter to go to the city. Its conveniences are brought to their home in the country. right-of-way- attec-.tion- The daughter can have electric lights in her room, an electric curling iron and all other comforts that are so much desired by young woman. It makes the chores easier for the son and provides power for operating labor saving tools. s. pny-sici- an so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every member of the family.; Delco-Ligh- t (Incorporated) Oweasboro, Ky. If you are desirous of bringing your home up. to date atyl of giving your wife and family a real home, with, lights, bath, , , jr running water, etc., get in touch with i - . ha-vetw- o of-w- ay ", ! 1 1 - , . ' . ' .1 WW y' - 4 ' GASTORI Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, , y &. -- .UATbb--? yaT" rT a. . -- j -- l?.. . " A- wg i3& ecy ir 1, " i ' i T W frTr?"& 5r - W'N :in ., s Get Ready for the : s v.. -- itr . !T,5tr' liPummu KM 1 VLnlwIJliI (Ml 1 EVERY DAY'A BIG DAY Mill villi IHln U . FRIDAY IS SOLDIERS AND SAILORS DAY I Mil 3 Days Next Week COLEYS WITH FIFTEEN OR MORE GREATER HIGH-CLAS- S ATTRACTIONS WILL BE HERE. S HOWS tnititZ Wednesday, August 13 Floral Hall Exhibits? Poultry Show? Sheep; Saddle and Harness Rings; Farm Products. FIRST Day SECOND Day, Duroc Hog; Cattle, Horse and Mule Shows; Plug Trots Thursday, August Friday, August 15 This is Soldiers and Sailors Day and every Soldier, Sailor or Marine is invited to wear his uniform and come in the gate THIRD Day, h ABSOLUTELY FREE FRIDAY and take a part in the Military Parade in the Afternoon. The folks from Rockcastle, Lincoln, Garrard, Madison, Jackson, Laurel, Pulaski and other counties are coming - GET READY BRING THE CHILDREN AND LET THEM RIDE W. A. McKENZIE, - Take a Vacation - COME Every DAY BIS SLI President CHAS. C. DAVIS, Secretary Unredeemed Land To Be Sold For Taxes In accordance with the laws of and will be looking for you. Chain Usco" ill M23 Mvtrn ll s feinnHH H IB 11 111 -- A Good Tire Year You have doubtless noticed the growing preponderance of United States Tires. k ' Every one is asking? for tires of known value and proved dependability. And that is precisely what United States Tires represent in the minds of motorists here and everywhere. the State now in full force, I will sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property or o much thereof as to p.y the tax, cost and penalties now due the State of Kentucky and county of Rockcastle by the parties hereinafter mentioned. This sale will take place at the doonrf the Tlcckcastle coun-tCourt House in Mfc. Vernon, Ky., on the i5th and i6th days of August, 19 19. 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 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 v Wilyiil illwliiiiiiii iill llllll IP III lllllllll i "mMimmSSSn S BHI l'lillmlM. el!M.4RSK8'i?wsl. 1 MttwMMlMMmm f, W B iPlliiilHMIr ItMHHHuH rain i ? ... fin U H HPIuVh z Toppy red bast, tidy red tint, handiomm pound and half-poutin humidors and that clotty, practical pound crystal glaf humidor with sponge mohtener top that keeps the tobacco in euch ficrtect condition. nd KKi HBPHs'S nHiMllininillUtt'.itiMlllMinininltUJBWTilllllUJrniLUCMM I 'I 1'" till ll ll I llll llll IWllillL lllllllllnlllllilaalMK. HKUl In b copyright R-KeynoMi Tobacco Co. m jfiln'hjV4SvnflM'''.M'Sn6l lllfl llllllllll lllliMilllllimHBMk- - Greenville, Kv., by registered 55KSb(J;ija!t5R.S.,ll0t:.lu' The idea back of United States Tires to build good tires the best tires that can be built, is appealing to rapidly growing numbers. I order for amounts as hereinafter set out, giving correct postbffice address for receipt to be returned, and the lien will be properly released of record. Very respectfully yours, H. GRAY, Revenue Agent for State at W. mail, check or money flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke than you ever before collected I P. As built to fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands I It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran PUT it 1 Large YEAR We can provide you with United States Tires to meet and meet exactly your individual needs. ' James Adams W. M. Ballinger Green Bogard aiat Howies Alfred Baker W. D. Campbell John Coffey '"10 1913 4 14 $10.40 n7, 3 7 7 3 3 i 5 8.73 7.35 8.75 13.87 30 45 4o 35 12 lo.05 lo.75 against Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want thing you do next. And, put to find out the it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patente4 process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards Without a comeback! "Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smokel N. C R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Saledouble-quicke- st 1 m, Celia Cromer C. C. Dees C D. DeBord United States Tires are Good Tires We know '4 lo 4 4 12 2o 3 9 85 J lo75 lo o5 15.85 6.75 8.19 Leonard Duncan W. P. Foster Geo Fogel John S. Gadd Wm.S. A Hamilton 4o lo 4 4 7 that United States Tires are GOOD Tires. That's why we FA Hurt John Jones W H Morris " -- sell them. . BRYANT BROS. ENOS SPENCER. CHAS. G. HARRIS. lo 8 7 u - The merits of 'Chamberlain's R. H. UNDSEY.SeW Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy are well known "and appreciated, but there is occasionally a man who had no acquaintance, with them should read the following by F. vi r ESIS W-- ES rS H. Dear, a hotel man at Dupuy-er- , Mont. "Four years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic and A RE6UUUtLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF UCARNIN with such LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Ciarfhoea JRemedy 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Portoffic wonderful results that I have Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students since recommended it to mv ' v.- ' tcure Practical, Paying Rults. Catalogue wnt upon raqiMtt. Jriends. Vico-ftaf- c IW A GREAT REMEDY. r 9,15 James Brock 8,45 J SCope 5, 5o ,8,45 J H Clark "7 7 7,65 Chas Cox Ed McDaniel 9,65 Elizabeth Drew Chas Rentier 8, lo 8 W Ft Renner 11,15 C D Debord loa 8 8,25 F H Frady 30 J A Renner 1913 4. 50 a $11 85 Nora Griffith W NRice 4 28 a 10 45 J G Gadd John Vance John S Gadd YEAR 1915 15 . WH Mize HM Morgan Jeff Madden Chas McGuire 2o 2 lots 35 a lo.l 111 22,85 J H Anders ou 64o 21,75 Jane Alcorn 9,18 A H"Branforth 25 7,86 Lillie Bussell 2o 13,75 S G Brown loo E Overbay VV Overbay Arthur Robinsen V G singleton W T Sharp Thos Williams R E Arnold J 7 7 3. 5 6 12 8 6a 6 16 a 42 50 30 25 a 1(5 27 Gemima Baker 4 a a a 8a 20 a a 11 11 11 11 12 6 15 D J Brown' 95 Steve Carpenter 15 W M Carter 10 40 a 10 a 2 30 a 7 30 a 1 15' FE Cash ! 9 a 1 KENTUCKY 7 8 12 12 11 12 14 13 11 7 1155 3 7 .9 4 lo ' 11 Commercial School Mat King R E Laawell - 1915 ( 10 -- - Matilda Lamb Lula Mullins Major Mullins E M Mink ' Bill McCullum " " " " - 35 35 a 12 7 65'a a' a 11 17 55 9 26 Martha L Howard 15 I J Hicks J B Jordon YEAR 10 a 4 a a .7 12 1a 5 40 a 10 5a 7 24 'a 4 112 a ii 4- 37 a 4- - 28 a 5 61 a 10 30 a 6 13 a 3 45 58 600 125 14 a a a 9 11 23 15 10 9 - 8 11 8 22 II 9 16 15 9 18JJohn 9 76 10 85 16 48 44 J C Cummins 88 M T Eversple 64 J C Gadd 70 Caleb Gadd 85' Mat Gilpin 76 H H Hamlin 65 I J Hicks 15 J F Martin So Wm Martin 63 Willie Morris 45 Chas Moore 78 F M Maxey 15 MajocMullins 45 Morgan Robinson 18 Robins 15 J R Robinson 60 H Saylors 85 Claud Stokes ' 58 Emily Taylor h'rs JM Vanwinkle Withers 6 100 a " 2 10- - 30 ' 3 30 a a. 8 7 .11 13 75 65 78 64 -- JWAnglih 1916 Franklin Allison 1916 8 50 a Arthur Alexander 311 a 2 J R Vanwinkle S B 10 lot 6 3a ii 4 37 ii 4 57 ii 10 20 ii 3 15 i 10 30 ii 8 5 it 7 , lot ii 7 4a ii 7 50 a it 7 14 a ii 7 2 a ii 7 80 a it 9 60 a i 12 6a (i 3 25 a ii 12 1 a ii 7 lot r --3 62 a .. 4 10 a " 10 lot 85 15! 85 85 70 93 27 15 85 35 25 43 63 25 20 85 20 35 61 35 43 36 I 8 15 8 13 16 7 10 17 33 13 9 8 10 9 12 lota Subscribe for Signal Rockcastle County is a law abiding county. Its citizens are patriotic in all things. To uphold the law is a. duty The new Revenue law provides that the Tax payer shall come to the County seat and give his July 1st and October 1st each year. Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. Any one failing to comply with this law, will be fined not exceeding fifty dollars. I am asking you to come m on an early date, beforo 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 list-betwee- i! St ft 1 '$