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Mount Vernon signal: August 15, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919081502_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 15, 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. DISCOLORED SPOTS On PAGEJ 141 Jl J xUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY amnnm MT. VERNOtf, &zm 4 fl tmm COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, AUGUST 15 1919 ESTABLISHFD Mil III 1887 J- 1 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE 1 - NUMBER 47 j TfAPO iHVAITV n. T9 foreigners I he 40-Ac- re And All' rarm FORD ENGLISH SCHOOLS INCUL. GATE OF PURE PRINCIPLES AMERICANISM IN 8TUDENT8. TRIAL DRAWING TO A CLOSE ""Yesjuzt f the old) iido in. know I'll look times in it Cloth-cra- ft right." all I Attorneys Bealn Final Araumentc After Ford Counsel Presents Dramatic Testimony On Educational Work. Mt. Clomons, Mich. Henry Ford's counsel kept until tho Ilnal. day on which testimony was prosentod, tho .Ironcoat arguments In their poBSca-.doNot uu'tll tho trial was within a few hours ot Its closo did they urlnjj to tho witness stnnd Clinton C. superintendent of tho Ford Ens-lisschool. "Mr. Ford," said tho witness, "was i.f tho opinion that you could not sue ivusfully put over ono idea whilo there woro 52 laucuagos jpo'tcn In tho factory, so to promotl that ono idea, vhlcli was and is Americanism, he that every workman must learn not the to cucalc tho 'American' English language. "There woro 3,000 students In the cliool beforo tho United Statos the war and the fnctory was jfatticaJTy luriiea"bverto goveroTnenT" t, h Of J. F, Gover and W, AT- - CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN . the man who has lived in khaki the past season or two can buy with pet feet safety safety for both his pocketbook and his "soldiery appearance f jn this store ' vorl." Sample lessons vltnesfl. wore read by the Parts are given as follows: For Clothcraft Clothes are backed by two guarantees the manufacturer's for wear and service, and OUTS for perfect fit and appearance. catis-factor- y " . i . S. r Only because Clothcraft Clothes are scientifically tailored can they give such JO cents value for your clothing-dollar Sutton & McBee Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings The Clothcraft Store B3 um R'wif rt s-- ?- -. ? 4 .t.-- s' w7 pZfcl fari 1 They Win You 'On Quality! Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You Bite is eliminever tasted such a cigarette nated and there is a cheerful absence of any or any ununpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e I pleasant cigaretty odor Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! full-bo- Ufersr'c5 18 cents a package Camela are aotd everywhere in actentifically teated package of 20 cl&arttte; or ten package (200 cigarette) in a ilaaune paper y; I. " u. covered carton. We atronly rev ommrnd thia carton for the home or office aupply or when you travel dy Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste 1 J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO Wiruton-Salem- loves and "Every good American respects tho United States Flag. "Our Aug stands for liberty. Justice nd pcaco. "Its colors are red, whlto and blue. "The red stands for lovo, tho whltt tand3 for purity, tho bluo stands for lUtll." "American Hags," said tho witness, were used profusely in tho school jom and a sill; Hag always flutters icforo an electric fan. Teach Americanism. Tho men aro taught that there Is no .renter tltlo than "American citizen" i ml aro urged to accept the advant-igc- s of education offered by this coun-.rso that they may-- fit ahemselve's, through knowledge, to defend their ibortics. l'icturcs of great Americans adorn :ho class rooms, bftcial exercises are hold on tho blrthd.iy of great leaders j( the nation and finally, when the class graduates, 11 U presented with souvenir American Hags and is given ucmbership in wh'.it is known ns tho American Club." Tho Federal and .tato courts recognlzo a diploma from tho Ford English school as an preparation of adequate for it was shown. Through this testimony counsel sought' to bring out that tho man .vho taught 3,000 foreigners to loe ".heir adopted country and to respect ts flag could scaicely bo called ai narchlst and that a man who sough ivcry possible method to Instill lovi In tin 'or tho Stars and Stripes leurts ot thoso who come to it fi'on oroign shores, could never havi uado tho slanderous statements nt ribut?d to him by Trlbuno counsel. Mr. Ford, it wa3 shown, loaned al lis educational workers to tho gov inmrnt at the tlmo war broko out Hie war department found tho meth ds mod In tho Ford English ecIuhj, o valuable that they introduced them Henry Fcr;1 n all training camps. :uld tho salaries ot tho men he loanod o tho government for tho work. Closing Arguments Open. Closing arguments in tho cast psned tho last of tho week. Attornej .Vm. Lucking led off for Ford counsel In called attention first to tho test! nony which bhowed that Tho Tribune ,ct tor Intervention In Mexico be ;aua it thought such action would lead to conquest or nt least to grea: Statos, huil riches for tho United found Henry Ford blocking Its path just when its long campaign gavt proinlso of bearing fruit. Thereupon said tho attorney, Tho Trlbuno set uui to destroy Mr. Ford's Influence, to sweep him out ot its path and to still his volco which pleaded for a coursi which would help tho bleeding repub lie to tho south to regain her feet and to strlko forth on a now highroad ol education and freedom. Attorney Weymouth Kirkland open ed for Tho Tribune. Ho declared that what Mr. Ford had done since 1916 called him an when Tho Trlbuno nuarchiHt had nothing whatever In do with tho situation as It was when tho uewspapor stigmatized tho ninnu facturcr as an enemy of his country He did not deny that Mr. Ford had done an fiumonse and valuablo work for tho government during tho war but ho claimed that this did not altor the facts as thoy were beforo war broke out. Mr. Ford, thj uttornoy Insisted, was an anarchist at the tlmo The Trlbuno described htm as such, and tho truth ho said was sufficient Justification tor tho attack. o Wednesday, Aug. 20th As agents of J. F, Gover and V. II, Worslinm, we will their 240 acre farm in tracts from 10 acres on up to suit purchaser and will also sell all their Jive stock, farming implements, all household goods, corn, hay, etc., for the "High Dollar," on the above date. Located on a good pike near Turnersville. five miles from Stanford and three miles from McKinney, Accessible to both L. it N, and Southern Railways. The 'improvements consist of an elegant eight-rooresidence, halls, two porches, extra nice tenant house ol four rooms and small tenant house of three rooms. Tobacco barn 90x56, stock barn 40x40 and smaller barn and all sorts of outbuildings. This farm lies well, long frontage on pike several nice building sites; good fences, everlasting water, cisterns, wells, springs, ponds, Hanging Fork, etc, TTits farm has been in the Gover family for vcr forty years. Most of it is in grass, about seventy acres in rich bottoms. It is all rich, strong, limestone land, and will produce anything you put on it, Good hemp and tobacco land. It is llanging Fork land, borders on the famous Ilangiug Fork and everyone knows what IlangingFork land is "nuf seel.'' Messrs. Gover and Worsham say SELL. The bridle is oil'. It will be an absolute Sale for tho "High Hollar" The bidders fix the price. This is a rare opportunity to get what you want; the size tract you want, well located in splendid community, close to school, church, etc Tho man of small means will have the same chauceat this sale as the man of larger means. We always try to please our customers a fair and square deal to all. Attend this sale and get your share of the bargains, Tho live stock consists of 4 cows and young calves; 2 stripper co ws 9 head of yearling cattle; 2 head of 900 pound steers; three heifers; one 7 year old buggy horse; 6 brood mares; 3 work mules; 1 yearling horse colt; 1 Percheron colt; 125 young ewes; 125 spring lambs, 6 good young bucks; 8 brood sows; 40 head hogs from 60 to 150 lbs. FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 Binder; 1 Roller; 2 wheat Drills; 2 Riding Cultiva-tors- ; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Hemp Machine: 1 Hiding Oliver Plow; No. 40 Oliver Plows 2 Mowing Machines: Double Shovel Plows, 1 two horse Corn Planter, 1 Hay Rake, 1 two horse wagon, 1 Frazier Cart, 1 new buggy, I Pheaton and Harness and tools of all kinds, aUo lot of Hay, Cora, Etc,, and also all Household and Kitchen Furniture. We want to show you this farm beforo tho sale. Terms liboral and made known on day of sale. Remember the day and hour WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20th, 1030 A. M. Be on hand promptly. Gor full particulars, bluo prints, etc,, see, write or phone sttb-divido m n Onthejsremiesbegin is now in Live Stock, Farming Implements, Etc. w ?!on 12 K Worsham til y i Phone No. J 80 hughes & Mccarty, STANFORD, KY. i ". Soldiers' Monument "Tho idea of erecting tnomor iul buildings instead of monuments of marblo or bronz to tho men who lost their lives in the war is sucli a logical ono, that it is being adopted not only by many stales, but by the nations," said Congressman J. Campbell Cautrill, in discussing tho proposed Staie building at the University of Kentucky. Mr. Cant-ril- l was in Loxington enrouto to Washington. "There progress at R. CO. , N. C Water and the Human Body. Tho specific gravity of water and the human body Is virtually the tamo. A body in the wutcr Is supported by iquul prciisuro at all points. It U moro likely to bo at ease than under other clrcumiUncet. It Is, therefore, moro likely that It may movo without pain. So cripples are often, given their exercise In the water. tho national capital a movement to erect a mammoth convention hall, in which will bo placed on bronze tablets the names of all Amoncans who lost their lives in the sorvico. It will be used by multitudes who will bo continual ly reminded of llio sacrifices mado by the men in whoso honor if will lm built, , imil (if tlio j..... nrln. -- . ... w iw ciples of democracy for which thoy died. With each day's use by it people seeking to porpotu- ate tho of victory, It will becomo it moro sultablu tribute to tho dead and a greuter examplo to the living. It will bo a monuineut .- I more lasting than brass, and a nated the site, I am sure there worthy momoriul. will be'littlo difficulty in raising build-in"Kentucky should take the the money needed for the The amount asked is not same stops to honor her 2, Poo sous who died in the service, and largo, smaller than that asked by I shall do overvtlHiur in my soveral states which are planning fitpower to promote the campaign similar memorials, and it is ting that tho necessiry fund to obtain 300,000 for a State should be raised by popular memorial building on the camWo should not subscriptions. pus of tho University of Kenlet any of Kentucky's sons go tucky. It is particularly fitting when their glorious that tho building should bo at deeds liavo lighted tho pages of the University rathor than at tho nation's history in ovory tho Mate Capita, since it will war in which they ;havo partici be continually beforo the eyes pated, and I believe there is no and in tho use of tho young better way of showing appreciamen and women who will reap tion of their sacrifice." the benelit- of the peace won by the dead lioroes, ninny of whom AGKKAT R1JMBDY. catno from their number I unThe merits of Chamberlain's that the proposed derstand building will be used to house Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy are student activities and will luivo well known and appreciated, but a largo auditorium for student there is occasionally a man who a uso wilt had no acquaintance with them assemblies. Such dignify tho memorial, should read tho following by lf. further which is to have in the rotunda, II. Dear, a hotel inun at Dupuy tablets bearing tho names of or, Mont. "Four years ago 1 Chamberlain's Colic and in on from each county who gave used with such will keep forever Ciar.'hoea Remedy their lives, and greon the memory of those wo wonderful results that I have since tecom mended it to my wish to honor. frieuds. "Sitico tho Univorsrty has do - ' r . ,- -v f I r Mf Mt.Vgrhbn Signal Friday, Aojj is 1919 tint existing laws l were innde Published evet y Fiiday it EDGAR S. ALHRlGh 7. SUBSCRIPTION ONH VKAR $1 00 on Advertising rates viaat known application mkmbkk or KKNTUCKY 1'IIKSS ASSOCIATION TiiKfour railroad hrotherlioodf are again uslriiitf more niotioy or threatening to strike. They are asking big inore;iei in pay for several hundred tlumsind mun, and yet the railroads cannot inonday to pay them nt tho ex.oibitant freight and pass engor rates whirli nro being charged. They are also asking that the government take perina uont control of roads, and then is no telling what else they wil' want. Railroad men are the best paid men we have to dav and ye they are not satisfied. If tin spirit of Bolshevikisin is not be lug manifested by railroad men it Is certainly something that i Ev President very close akin. Win. Howard Taft, who has shown himself to bo ono of the big men of our country, and who has al ways been fighting for the right, inalu-enough jidIess.oil-pQliiir..il...-rligio-- u- quute and recommended tnat war loud control law b; continued and penalty provided uitlisiib-ouuti.ifor profiteering, and that a cold storage iw lie passul limiting the time on cold storage and ship incut of goods that did not com ply with the provisions ho excluded from interstate ate inttiistaie All goods should transportation bo marked with the price prev.nl ing when they went into c ld storage and the price when thej loll tin producer and a fedeial system of lieeiiMtit! corporations1 engaging in interstate commerce be adopted, which would insure com petition anil prevent uncon icioiiiihlu profits in the methods of marketing lie maintained ihatthe high prices uere not justified bv the shortage or supply, present or prospective hut weie created in many enses iirliiiciall and delibeiatch by vicious prac. tices The law of supply and de inn nd no longer cuts any figure but every man "coins to be posseted with the desire to boost prices without regard to reason. The president reminded his hearers tint the problem of the high cost of living could not bo olved alone by legislative or ad ninUtrative action; that the pro Jucer, tho manufacturer, the retailer and other handlers of food .tuffs and merchandise can help in the solution by honest and fair dealing and not try to get all they can at tho cxpsnse of the general public, which should be guarded in its purchases. Strikes only 1 To np- ntu will tl'i this ntul congress leg- - patriotic in all lliinus t isliito-ilhe siijfttesls, hold lite law is it duty Tho now the gieat iiihiiium that thieiitens Rtueiiue law provide' that the llii'erv r.iinul ,tinn of the gov- - Tux p.ier shall eoine to the t i rn v ill in ti large ine.miro t'ount.y heat and give his list i pat- - b twei n .Inly 1st and October We shall I.i'hm!i..imI s ttrv-Mun- I ivinnctnn'Q ONLY EXCLUSIVE Dry Goods Store ' " or urli aiiilup 1K1 s pro i. tic it h. tin ikphuaiile .siluai il s, 1 in 1st i in - iJiii'l the I linear be a oi-.- slacker Upheld tMll tin UI ft if Rnckeastlo County is a Its citi.'.ens ale cnuulj foiling to coin iw. Aii ply with this law, will be fined not evceedinsr fi ty dollar-- . 1 am joii to come in on an e.irU date, "befnr" the weitlhei gf-- . bud and betel e I tun crowilen with work. M ollhv will In opened from a in. until f p. in C. T. SlCV.ON, Rockcastle County Tax Com-m- i .ssiuncr. 5 Imt we liavo uorKcd hard (o do if! We Iitivo con We Ime .uliieved this timtmixpj lalioitd to keep our stock conipleto and up to dale, clean and ntlractive, and liavo "lucu on the jolt'' wlion it come to 'Making piices. Weuro jtixt as distinctive as "livaand let live" price makery in we ate in our line, and for prcof wo invileyoiir investigation. . Wo ate showing this week xomij special values as illustrated elow: v 1 , .' MiPiUiiJKiKi cadSEn rf v Ems .i i r lOoCl'L CI 1A3. O - JaVm1. O .'sTr tsta J JVsxJwAffc t R It. UNDSLY. Sec'y. A r.EGtjLAsyr 321 CUTHRIC VJICZT, I IA,..l.Vi.cPr:. . .. IVm. xr iNccnronATca iri&Ttruviori op i earmikb LOUSSVHiC, KENTUCKY North cf IWoiTca Commercial School k'o- - " -- - Complete Coi rc of Commercial Vocational Training. Students secure Practii al, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. 'iim, f7t lrm: i ' Ladies Voile Waists in beautiful and attractive designs. Tlie-- c have been such leaders that we are continuing tonuiKo tiieni at tlieextia special plieo r mm mm 1 im if ' ftf JH 'm l,rrTYW U.V- MM c JP. ..S3 :::: . IM We Garry a Pull Line r5s of S3 'DD 03 a, OH MO 00 ua- -a WW B 2& !). o.. e- .. 68c. o - Ilemeniber those silk and crepe de chine waists we carry. Our lire of Men's Pants are some thing we aie proud of, and something you will be proud of w hen yon have seen and tried tliem. Price This is a desirable litno to buy one of those cool looking Sli'uts, They are going at the exceptional low pi ice of 60c. . eye- $2.25 $10. on t i .o as -- O MEAT, ME AL LARD, torn Including " Clice. Stiiiar. Canned (JooiU, hrcsh lHint and vegeuioie. liiirui'Ya.vt ("friitfiig tJivMi iv duU Guicetv ii'rd iti a.u . Qaa... These an; only a few of tlie many values we have to oiler, and keep your new or special. space, and watch our windows for some-thinKeep in lineaud follow the crowds to this .SOB or civic conditions says of th 'Unwarranted aud unpatriotic Tho speaker also gave the en - ' a ate a jolt by saying that it was in ( -- 00 a ineasuie responsioic lor me, general unrest, by holding up the -o ratification of the trcatly and of doubt that ' to tho element (! now disturbs the world, and lie 'OO0 Ut urged it to promptly ratify it and CO the league of nations and therepeace but In his address to congress pro- by not only establishwhich peace MOO the means by posing remedies to check the high insure may be maintained. If tho sencost of living, the president said roads and ad-din- proposition to congress to buy the turn them over to th? unions, former President Taft takes a tirm stand against it as Socialism run wild, and hay that such Soviet designs should be fought to a finish in this country for such which has no place movements " 'In regard to the railroad nien'h interest. voi.sefmn"'T)u7dP"' ifanr-n- l of grievances con be. wide. while men are in a temper and unwilling to consider the general malccf triatte'rs JFLOUR at Ot4nt .. .. ..an Oil ' " 0 DRY GOODS In aililition to our line of vegctalile-'- , we " "Dru rn mo nzflSY iji! Company . '" f I . l'ieh groceries :iml t5t... M. ! CI9. Promoters 4 of Quality C ASTORIA For Infants and Children Always bears the Signature of Opposite Graded School s LIVINGSTON, KY. g 'e '80 ' ' have jut receivoil a new ami complete line of DRY (JOODS. Come in and see tliem, - aQooeBea3ttooonee5;;i5;;5a;"" ...... ...... ;;;;;;?;!!!!' . TTBan---twire7'arOTayre J.B.CUSVSVliNS Main Street On West ""B 2X5 "SV THH Hi-- r PHYSIC L. W. BETHURUA When CS"' physic tryyou wai t a pleasant Chamberlain's Tablets ri kl AllUliiiril Al - They are easy to take and mild Mr vkknon, nv. yy Will practice in all the courts. A e .. and gentle in ofTect. They are V" Office on Chinch Street highlj prized by people who ( hi o become acquainted with their good qualities. The-- only cost a quarter. Subscribe for Signal C0 na. (. L.4 t In Use For Over 30 Years & tWmM am CEXE 2XZ rn 3d JL 2x3 JimwMm j S2 GfiMT IXTT SXZ2XE 7 affAw; TsfryxsS- - tXSSXS mik 1 Inl m "tpt jr BmiUiVViat!iPJEW3Vifci2ifciN&' varnarr jm T!r77AAUKirKimBfAWt7TiCWSCrjl Greater and Belter THAN EVER BEFORE The only Fair in the county that has any shade or water and recognized everywhere as the most popular Fair in the State. Secretary Granville Owens has just completed a tour of the Blue Grass Every man, woman and counties and some of the finest horses and cattle in the world will be here. child in Rockcastle County should avail themselves of the opportunity to see the great exhibits. The managers are preparing a beautiful shady grove to park 500 automobiles. will have a Beautiful will furnish the music. OOJlJl Midway JL J. G. FRITH, President of l8 Pieces An clear cr03sthe grounds. We are sparing neither time nor money in making our grounds beautiful and attravtive and from everywhere the people are GKlijix COMING JL SHOWS Italian Bafld COMING Sec.andTreas. COMING GRANVILLE OWENS, s Mt. Vernon Signal fr lfw HONOR ROLL, NKW 0II13ST-- ( NUT RIDGK SCHOOL. Second grade, Amos Owens; Third grade, Allio U. Mullins; Fourth grade, Nora Fields and Dosha Owens; Sixth grade Helen Cummins and Tilmnn Owens, IStWeiith grade, Pearl Cummins 'und Ruth Bell. Rev. Charley Cox will preach John L. Bullock, Teacher. it the old Chestnut Ridge church houso tho Fourth Saturday night Miss Margarut Sparks enter at 8 o'clock and Sunday at tained Thursday evening at hor o'clock. beautiful West Main street home Lost: August 14, gold 16 sizo in honor of tho Fair visitors. open face, t7 jewel, IJlgin watch. Tlusc attending wore Misses Klla Lost betwen Mt. Vernon and Brallord and Ada Coldiron, Cor-- j bin, Viola Brock, Winchester, Crab Orchard. Kdith and Myrtle Slushor, O. D. IJryaNT, Itjlsie.lncoby, Paris, Blanche, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sidney and Virginia Crawford, If vou have no catalog of the Dessio and Bonnie Niceley, Ruth Brodhead Fair it will pay you to Mullins, Ruby Cooper, Margaret write the Secretary at ouco us tho Sparks, Tevis Bethurum, Hazel premiums will surprise you. It Johnson, Christine Davis, is worth your time and effort this Welch, Kdith Phillips, year to bo in this exhibit. Mrs. R. A. Sparks, Mrs. Ciawford The pie supper given at Level and Mrs. M. P. Fenzel. Messrs. Green school house on Thurs- Richard Garland, Lexington, Joe day night of last week was a Sandusky, East Bernstadt, D. S. decided success. Mrs. Sue Ping Holmnn, Stanford, Ferdinand is the teacher and tho amount Mntheny, Stanford, Carl Gold, realized was $17. 15. Livingston, Kvorette Turley Mullins. Richard Cox, Bontley Sparks, The attraction that will exhibb at tho Brodhead Fair will bo the F.vorctte Mullins, Karl Cox, Big" Wild Animal Circus, Old Dwight Bowman, D. C. Craig, Plantation Show, the Champion Jesse Meadows, Bill Thompson, Wrestling and Boxers, Zemo tho Jamie Thompson, John Albright, wild Girl and Big California T. R. Richards, Bob McKenzie, Ralph Griffin, R. A. Sparks and Cabaret. M. P. Fenzel, Mt. Vernon. De S. K. Hellard is again u citizen lightful refreshments were served of Mt. Vernon und his daughter, Miss Helkwd The Brodhead Fair Manage-iuiVernon exis. not sparing "time aw change. Miss Heliard was manmoney this year to make the ager at one time, and at no time home of their Fair a delightful has the seivice ever been moro place for the coining exhibition satisfactory than when under her Aug. 2022. Tho grounds are control. j open to the public and is now be Hrod-heaJ 1 1 MWMMaiiaiiU HkMMbWMl tmttmim M" Vr.itNON, Ky, Aug. TOk I 15, i9i9 3 ' up"No,jg" wlmnr?", wnnt ti)Cmmunl A $J un wltlt HIONAb r 21 2il 21 touitvait 22 north &$" & An Italian Hand furnished by Colcy's famous shows will ir.nlto the music at the d Fair. (in lie on uscensions each day ofthoBRODHKADFAlR. Other free acts as well. Something to entertain you eVery'minuto Children Cry for Fletcher's 12 pi? ( xxxvv....v.xvxxxxvscsaN)accN Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. CfLjCJ&tfXrtfZ auow. no one t0 deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. NutMvuic R R. Co. TIMR TABLR. lortti outh Joutli Pimne No. 8. Entered at tli mt atronil'fiiuiA , - 5 45 p ;, 8:35 a .12:35 P 12:lf a tn tn tac7. 0 - Just-as-go- m m Jas. Landrum, Agent. Mt Vernon, Ky. foiloWr innll matter. Pine-vill- o, . Mrs. l'Kll'HOMAIj ry Carter who litis boon snvvry sidle is butter. Charley, L Davis lias been dif- charged from tho navy and is M . Mar-gtrgueri- te Castorla Ib a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its, age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has teen In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE .v utlictne. 1 CASTOR I A the Signature of ALWAYS Mr. Tom Johnson, of Cincin-ii:ili- , is visiting Iiis son, Ton! J h.isoii, nt this place. .v. R. Gentry, who lias been in Fr.nce since- March 1918, arrived yBears -- Copyright 1919 Hart Schaffntr & Marx in Luxingtou yesterday Minnio Kiddle or Kast Uemstndt, is visiting her brother. J. W. Kiddle at Cove. Ed Jones is here from St. l'..j, Ky., to see his mother and take iu Mt Vernoti fair. Miss In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind THl You Have Always Bought OINTAUW AT THE FAIRS Brodhead Fair, Aug. 20th 3-DA- YS COMrANV. NIWVONK CITY, ain nt returned from n month s stay with relatives near Cincinnati. j.iliti McFerrotn is here from Fljt'itl City, l'la., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs V. II. McFer-10.1. raj.wgT.-tf.t&--.U- t. A " WANTED ALL KINDS OF London Fair, August 26th " 4 PAYS 4 ..Irs. S. J. Forbes, or Red U..tie, Madison County, is visiting liur duugbler, Mrs. Alice Li. .is. J. A. Gentry and daughter, of I vast St. Louis, aro visiting his )j.i runts, Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. 15 ntry. Kverett Mullins is at homo from Cu.up Taylor for live days. He expects to be discharged in about ' t.iv'i .ventre " pr Springs that he is having trouble The with both of his knees l utor says, however, that ho will be butter soou. I h tC Mrs. Aliuuye Oldham, who lias been here for a ten days visit to her mother and children, has returned to New York where slip holds u splendid position. Misses Auati Ueruaugh .and Taniui Thompson and little Miss Cora Lee Tnompson, of Crab Orchard, are guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. V. M.Poyntor. Mr. and Mrs Clay Thompson, Mortis and Homer Thompson, of Level Gre.-n-, and Mr. Bill Thompson, of Crawfordsville, Ind , wore visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Y. T Davis during the fair. Warruu Keith, who will bo remembered as 000 of tho teachers in the Graded School three years ago. is in Mt. Vernon this week visiting John Albright und other friends. Mr. Keith had twenty-sevemonths in tho servho. Willie D.ivis, son of Mrs. Alice Davis, is now in France, but he .expects to bo back in America Ho soon and be discharged. says he expects to be back in Mt. Vernon by the timo school opons and will finish his last year in High School this year. n LOCAL . Stovo Testers, who lived in this county lor sovoral years, died Saturday in a hospital at APOLOGY. t Vi .1 s ?y This has been fair week and tho Signal force wanted a rest , and if tho and woro entitled is a little late and short of paper reading matter, you know the reason. No poople work moro regular than does the force of tho country paper, includlng-al- l from tho "devil" to tho editor aud ftw tire the vacations. Wocallatton tlon to our ads and if you will road ovory one of them, will lind thorn entertaining and valuablo reading. Thoy have jiews you need to know and the facts gath-ore- d from a legitimate ad is just as valuablo as most of tho news items wlilch appear. Fair visitors and fair news which we do not have this week will appear In our next Issue. lo-it- J ing usd for a park, with its good shade, water and mile, track in good coddition makes it delightful for a restorformotoring. Tho public is invited to visit it before the fair that you may tell your friends we will bo prepared to entain them. Some special arrangements will be made to park 16-2tuitomobilos in the good shade 0 per ins. The Manager of Coloy's famous and plenty ot room is always shows that will have the Midway found ior those, who. driv.e.JiMrtr &&mifiijimtl at tho. .itinsihm ' 1 per company will' occupy the ontiro " STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! by tho raco io.acre area inclosed Owing to tho disappointment of -Ftrack. Up.to date riding dovices tho railroad strike tho Cofey's $7- such as tho Merry Go Round, irmnt clmirc? could not get their iwu auuMO Ferris Wheel and such things to outfit to the Mt Vernon fair. Will buy Black Oak, Sugar Tree and Lynn entertain the children will be seen but will be at tho Brodhead Fair on this midway as well us N?gro with their whole M. attraction. A Minstrels'and other good shows Midway from the entrance of fair These prices aro for timber delivered at any ground to grand stand. Two Big .Railroad Station in Rockcastle, Free Act each day and their Big 18 piece Italian Band; hat $10,000 The Mt. Vernon Fair is over round with eleven hunand from a standpoint of the ex- merry-gdred alectric lights, the Big Eli hibits, both in floral hall and show rings and the splendid Ferris Wheel, standing 52 feet MT. VBBrHON, KY. crowds, the 19:9 exhibition sur- in the ulr, Balloon Ascension passes any that we have had. every afternoon, Mr. Brooks in When we say it was tho best we his daring Trapeeso Act performare quoting from others, and ing 50 feet high in the air. Come FlETChER'.. FOR FLETCHER'S some who havo never thought one! Como all! Don't forget tho . much of tho fair In the past, were day and date, Aug. 2021-22so thoroughly pleased that thoy have delared themselves ever hereafter fair boosters. The midway was a failure liut that was all due to tho fact that the Coloy's Greater Shows, which were to furnish all conces-sionfree acts etc , never did V get on the grounds as tho re. suit of the strike on the C. & O. railroad, tho cars containing all theoutiit is still standing on the side track at Prestouburg. No merry-ground, Forris wheel or anything that will amuso tho little folks. But without tho Mid. way the crowd never got weary and there was something doing all the time to entertain them. "OU know how The Mt. Vernon Baud furnished the music, which was good and much toasting implenty of it. Mt. Vernou, liko proves bread. Makes Berea, where thoy played last weok, has already told the boys it taste good. Of course to be ready for next year. The more flavor. soldier boys under command of Lieut. Vio Prico and Sergt. Ever-ot- t Same with tobacco Mullins furnished tho crowd the entertainment which brought especially Kentucky thorn up to the highest tension. Burley. Tho majority of the thirty or forty boys in the march had seen Buy yourself a packservico iu France and some boro age of Lucky Strike tho marks of the real fighting. Nothing could have been apprecigarettes. Notice the Good horses and ciated more. good cattlo were shown in evory toasted flavor. Great! ring and in some of those rings Nothing like it. The appeared some of the best Rock real Burley cigarette. castlo county hores und cattlo ever shown in any fair In tho county. The Floral Hull was the udmiratlon of everyone who saw Qfl Guaranteed by it. It- - was unquestionably Jhe best over shown'at the Mt. Vernon Fair. Next week will appear xs iso urijrj,-- . ! a list of all priio winners. Mrs. Ann Phillips celebrated her eightieth birthday Sunday, Aug. 10th with her grandchildren bhrle, Morris, Anna, Lou, Edith, and Bemico Phillip's and niece Mrs. Valiecy Fish at her home ill Wildie. She is still enjoying good health and wo hope to sao her celebrate many more. TIMBER $22.50 35.00 You will have plenty of good reasons tor looking your best. Will Pay For Just overhaul your wardrobe and see if you have overlooked anything you'll need on these occasions. "" WHITE OAK & POPLAR M. M. 26'and op We can supply you with new clothes, hats, shoes, shirts, neckwear and anything men and boy's wean Brodhead-lFairiaportshi- s . - Walnut ro S.S -- ? at $22.50 THE STORE 4 BETWEEN T BANKS J HE FAIR, o L. V. Murrell I We Lead Others Follow mi Children Cry CASTORIA Keep'Em onthe Farm? ANSWER: Makes the Farm Home 'More. Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts How Are You Going to s, o Yes. it s toasted With Electric Lights t When is instated there is no longer as great incentive for tho son or daughter to go to the city. Its conveniences are brought to their homo in tiio country. Delco-Ligli- Tho daughter can have electric lights in her room, an elecde- tric curling iron anJ all other comforts that aro so much sired by young woman. It makes the chores easier for tho son aud provides power for operating labor saving tools. t so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to ovory mombci of tho family .J Delco-Ligh- If you aro desirous of bringing your homo up.to date and of giviiiR your wifo aud family a real homo, with lights, bath, running wator, cto., got in touch with .. xiMHilHfiZS'viivur Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, THE UNITED STATES KAILKOAI) AD3UNI8TRATION ANNOUNCES HOUND TRIP EXCURSION FARES FROM WIT. vernon: LEXINGTON, KY. Account Lexington Colored Fair Tickets on Salo August 17 to 23rl inclusive. Good for return until August 25th, LOUISVILLE k NASHVILLE KAILKOAI) For detailed information, apply to locil tlclcot .agent. !. ' t f OTHERS ROOF ! G Our price persq. VIOTOrS CAB Why did U S. Government choose Dodge Brothers car for its officers? Why do you. find fewer Dodge Brothers cars than any 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 for sale than any other make? READY TO WEAR We invite both men and women to look over our wonderful stock of ready-to-we- ar Best grade Galvanized delivered to you. LADIES COATS SUITS SKIRTS DRESSES thing wou want Don't fogct ifie fittfe MEN SHOES only.00 Wagons Already higher and ing right on 22 go- SUITS We cary every- - OVERCOATS Our stock is complete in ail iengths, also Nails, Hinges, Hangers and Track. HATS . Paris Green Our price of the best quality is only These are significant questions to the man or woman who really cares for facts. Ask us we will be glad to explain. We urge you to get your order in if you want to be sure of delivery. ETC. ones ETC. Furniture Not just a few pieces Timothy Seedy 48c in. complete IT' LOOKS LIKE EVERYBODY WANTS DODGE BROTHERS CARS $i20, 3 kii-sompiele per pound '- of cheap Furniture, but a complete stock of the will be higher. Our best that money will advice to you is get buy. Allow us to show yours early. Our price Qiky-isp-nlyi you., the Dining-- .Room -l- V c will buy your GttTiV j $125; Don't wait until you need one before you suits a"$250." Bed Room Suits $100. vl , Oats, Rye, Barley, Hay, Etc. $6-o- o per bu. to $275. We have just Call us up or come to seeus- buy. received a car load of We also crry Clover, Davenetts, Duofolds, and Davenports . Orchard, Blue Grass, $25. to $150. Rye, Etc. PARTMENT STORE lo 9 1, T. mucky's Greatest store i ' est aa m nhSanosMfe p w .1 V j33 &v&mmaM a kc9 m m SMKOKM-HRI KY State of Ohio, City fo Toledo, SHERIFF SETTLEMENT FOR THE YEAR J. Kicoley, having Road ivccipts filed herewith f-- 1 $ $ . 5475. 5G X9X8 per cont,co!i:inision r disbursing road claims Treasurers receipt filed herewith. 109. 51 502 5 11171.48, bten appointed by the Rockcastle County Fiscal Court to make sottlomont with Tip Luugford, Sheriff, of his accounts as sheriff for the year loiS, respectfully To 24:9770 of assessed property r.ubmit tho following R a trim and correct so'.tlemcnt of his var- " $iol(i745 of tanj;ibIo property of the L & N. R . R. Co. " 591380 of franchise property of tho L & N.' It. R. Co. county. ious accounts with " 459 r. of fraucliiso property of the Adams Hxprcss Co. " fiiirrcnt expenses. In account w'uli said couuty for " I477. of franchise property of the I'ulman Oar Co. To, 2429770, ashessod property. " of tho L. & L R. R. Co. S379. of franchise property of the Western Union Tel. Co. " $io4l7.i5 of tangible property " franchise: property or tho L & N. R. K. Co. " 357 of franchise property of tho Mt. Vernon Tower Co. ?59 3S9 " " '5S5"- nir areas on Turkey Foot Lumber Co. " !j .15H r of franchise proporty of tho Adirus Hxprcss Co. " . 2500. for areas on U. 0. Richardson " M77 of franchise property of tho Pulinun Car Co. S563. Omitted property Union Tel Co. " of franchise property of tho S37U Dr. Cr. " S 357 f franchiso property of the Mi. Vernon Tower Co. $1 14:11 00 Total amount of taxable proporty " $ 1 0550 for areas on Turkey Foot Lumber Co. . , $S22S.Gl at 200 on the $100.00 " $ "2500 for areas on II. C. Ricjtardson. Tho Sh.riiT is entitled to the following " tf S563 for omitted ptoperly. credits on tho above account. 1 ' Cr Dr 8g.81 I5y nxhonorated property $14907. at 20c on thoSIooioo Sli 1.1321.00 Total amount ot taxable property " Land sales tostato nnd county $10910. 5i23j2.t1D. 300 on tho $too. 21.88 at 2 jo on tho $100.00 " Two thousand tuid sixty Nina tithes at $t.oo oaoli S2069.00 81 16.95 " County Treasurer's receipt filed herewith linud Issue Account For The Year 1918. jei'l franchiso proporty of tho Adams Express Co. franchiso property of the Western Union Tel. Co 234 of franchise property ot the Pulman Car Co. 7663 of omitted property 1.S55"- for areas on Turkey Foot Lumber Co. 2500. for areas on 13. C. Richardson Cr. Dr. 292722!. total taxable proporty for General School purposes at 17)0 on the $loo. 5123.24 " one thousand six hundred and four Tithes 802.00 at 50c each JI161. of .r586. of - - By We-tor- n 1 - $illu 93 Total duo currant ospeiwe luud ' is. entitled to the lollowing credits The ShorifF ' on tho above fiind. To S 1812.88 " Uy Commission for collecting ,.,' $ 13 H- - " " Exonerated property $44907 30c ou tlu $100 " Lund sales to state and comity 'on $10940 300011 the " i?ioo .'. Lucas County, ss. Brank J. Choney makes oath that ho Is senior partner of the firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., doing business iu the city of Toledo, County and Slato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tlie sum of One Hundred Dollars for each und every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uso of Hall's Catarrh Medicine. $5(Ji'5'24 Frank J Cheney. The Sheriff is entitled to tho following Sworn to before mo and subN: credits on the abovo fund. scribed in my presence, this 6th 4('.2I day of December, A. D. 1886. Exonerated property $26477. at "4con the 100. . Laud sales to state and county loooo. (Seal) A W. GLEASON. " on tho 100 Notary Public. at 5896.53 County School Supt. receipts filed herewith Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak en internnUy.and acts through $525 tho Blood on the Mucous SurT. J. NICKLEY. Commissioner. faces ot tho System Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for ' i7c 17-5- 2-- i $S228.64 ......... 32-8- ' " Treasurers receipt filed lurtwhh (iniinieuiniiiiiR foo fnr Mlilkinl satthflllUllt $12401.51 S ilo.OO Goncm! Public Road Fuud Account for tho year 1918. To $24.M)77o of assessed property, " um6"4.5 of tangible property of tlje L. & N. R. U. Co. " SsoilMfc) of fronchUe property or the L. &. N. R. it. Co. 11 of tliu 4oi of franchise property of tho Adams Kxpross Go. t'uhnaii Car Co. proparty $ 4477 of fianchise of fruuchUa property of tho WosUjrn Union Tol Co. $ 8379 S 2357 of frtmcblsi property of tho Mt. Vernon Power Oo. Go's proporty 15550 for arena ou Turkey Foot Lumber H. 0. ltlehurd's property. $ 2500 for aroius on $ S563 lor oiniweu pwpeny. " Bridge Fund Account for tho Year I918 of assessed proporty 1046715. of taiiKiblo proporty of tho L. & N. It. R. Co. 5939 "i frnnohlkO property of tho L. & N. R. R. Co. l5i. of fninchiso proporty of tho Adams Express Co. " I477. of fninchiso property of the Tulmnu Gar Co. " 8379. of franchise proporty ol the Western Union Tel. Co 2357. 0." franchiso property of the Mt. Vernon Power Co. " if550. for areas on Turkey Foot Lumber Co. " 2.I00. for ureas on B. 0. Richardson " 8.563. Omitted property . Dr. Cr. 1111321.00 total amount of taxable proporty . $3085.74 7lc on tho Sioo 00..' The Shot-ill educate you tianncially by de-veloping that will insure success, comfort and rtgA CllIU t0P nltlK 4 1 "THE first move Is iSkSt made when sav- - PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, It your eyes are uhowiug any defects now is the time) to bee ing begins. It T"i I w traits DR. MOORE, The Optician IN JONAS McKENZIE STORE is entitled to tho following 33.68 8.20 ." By " Land sales to stato and county $io9 lo. at 7.JC011 tho (00.00 " Treasurer's receipt liled herewith credits on tho above fund. Exonerated property $4907. at 7JC011 the $100.00 .. $ 303.86 $3085.74 happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence, an account with us today and stick to it C. C. ATTOKNEY-AT-LA- Williams MT.VEHNON.KY. OFFICE.- - On2nd.flooroft Bank of Mt. Vernon, on J Church St. Special atten tion given collections. TNONH 80 Dr Cr $ 11 14321 'AVhal amount of taxable property $6171.48 Uku iSo ou tho '$100 Tlw Shetitf is eu titled to on tlw above fund. By Kxoneruted projKTtv foltowlnjr credits $oo w'7 l5-- ' " Laud sales to stnto uul ciunty ijjo is o the $100...$ 7ir' 16.41 General Public School Eund Account for tho Year 1918 To $t6l7U25. of taxable property loss proporty in Graded School Districts ' 812660. of taiiKlblo projwrty of the L. & N. R. R. Co. " 129545. of franchiso property of the L. & N. R. R. Co. Bank of Mt. Vernon CASTQRIA Subscribe for Signal Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR " to