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Mount Vernon signal: August 22, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919082201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 22, 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. I. f'JCi . l' ' - , PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY nitf j itrmiii MT. VERNON m i nil t-- t 1 ESTABLISHED 1887 - VOLUME XXXII MT. VERNON,. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. 1919 NUMBER 48 unable to go just as our fate always is. E Singleton has refrom over seas looking turned fine Mrs. Roy Cox and children are visiting relatives in London Mrs. E L. Cockrell this week and son, Brown, have returned from Paris after a few days visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mckinney have returned from a few days visit with relatives in Cincinnati. The primary over Twould be difficult to find a the democrats selected their fand X mau that did not enjoy the standard beaiers and just as we "predicted, Gov. James D. Black pleasure of wearing a baudBe the first to was the choice of the people. some necktie, own onc Just let us tell you all. when we prophesy as to who will be the They all do but the' will winner.you just as well agree with especially enjoy one line of u. 'ow friends and relatives s heavy silk that and other democrats lets get busy arrived yesterday. and elect the whole ticket. Our friends, the republicans claim We haven't even placed them that we are going to have a hard in the window, so you have an tight, but just wait and when the fight is finished in November, opportunity of the "first look" victory will be ours. Geo. S. at these catchy ties. Griftin, Jr , of the Buckeve secMiss tion, was here Sunday. Marie Rambo and Miss Bulie Quinn have returned from Mt. ' ' Vernon, after a few days vi.-i-t Vernon, with Miss Jalette Griffin. Miss Ethel Hayse is assistant post-matTtlECLOTHCRAFf STORE IN THIS TOWN here now. Mrs. Oscar is visiting relatives iu - Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and children have returned from Cnrbin. Whitesburg, after a few 'days P.ckett are visiting relatives in John Ball and family are Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Caloway are visit with relatives and friends, j Paris. viitirg relatives in Berea this Mrs John N. Clark has returned visiting in Paris and there week. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Pres- from a few days visit with rela of him moving to that town in A. E. Chilton, ton, of Cincinnati, Ohio, have re tives in Oklahoma. We are hav- - the near, future. some beautuui weather, the pike contractor, is getting turned home after a few days ing relatives here and at bright sunshine days, plenty of aluS splendidly with the grade visit with Brodhead John Oliver and Miss rain, crops look line, and this fall up the river and it will not be Luna McCormick were married a democrat victory. We will be long If we hear aright until the in It Vernon last Friday. Mr a way out there. Mrs. R. B. echo of the auto can be heard up Oliver is the son of Mr. and Mrs Sams and children, of Paris, wer i and down Rockcastle river. J M. Oliver and is a deserving here between trains Wednesday, Mrs. Sarah Hall, of the Gauley young man and holds a position en route to Levdl Green to visit section is on the .sick list. Mrs. with the L. & N. R. R Co. Miss relatives and friends. J. M. N. H. Oliver has been quite sick for a few days but is some better L3na is the daughter ot Mr. and Foure and Their are in Pineville this week. S. 5. at present. vMr. and Mrs. C. L. Mrs. George McCormick. many friends wish them a long Ball, L & N. Supervisor, has Hughes are visiting relatives at ani happy life. They were treat moved his family into the prop- Parksville. J. B. Jones is on the Mrs. Ab erty of Mrs. E. L. Cockrell near sick list this week. ed rfaturdav night to an Wolf, who has been sick for Mat Pike, who has shar'vari. Mrs. Giles Shell coal bins. iela-tivof Level Green, is visiting been on the sick list for some quite u while, is not expected to Mrs. W. G. Niceley here this week.- - -- D.B. Ram- time, is slowly improving. J. P. live long. bo is in Ravenna for a few days. E Drummond, of Knoxville, is has returned from a few days Mrs. Arch Mullins, who has had a in Livingston this week. I T. visit with relatives at Berea. 4. . very sore nngei, wunt 10 T 3 Liunuun Stewart, of Cincinnati. Ohio, is Andy Kincer and Mat Woodson Sunday and Dr Pennington am- visiting relatives here this week. went to May wood, Sunday. They are drilling an oil well in that putated her finger. Sho is get- Mr. andilrs. Richard-Maso- n have locality. J. F. Dees was in Mt. ting along better now. Mrs. E. returned from Pine Hill. Lee Vernon, Monday, on business. B. Owens has returned from Baker, of Ravenna, was here Whitesburg, Ky., after a few Monday, en route from Cedar-vill- e where he had been visiting days visit with relatives. J.N. F325 FLETCHER'S Clark went to Berea on business relatives. This week is the great Wednesday. Mrs. E B. Owens big fair at Brodhead, but we are FAIR Just Arrived! jlRL SV -- . S The Best One Held in the History of the Association We reiterate the statement four-in-hand- made last week that the 1919 er. hibition of the Mt. Vernon Fair was the best one ever held on the Mt. Vernon Fail grounds. The best crowds, the best floral hall and the best show rings. At first it seemed that the failure of or any the shows, merry of the side attractions which failed to arrive to make the midway would work a hardship, but not so. The people realized the situation and those who always look forward to the midway found equal pleasure-I- n viewing the splendid attractions shown in front of the amphitheater. Today the Mt Vernon Pair his more real friends than ever go-rou- 11 Building Lots and S mall Farms us, SUTTON Mt. & McBEE, Ky. before. The following prize winners: IT Tuesday, September 2, 10:00 A. M. is the list of er ht LIVINGSTON -- is-tal- I Wheat, Sidney Sims first, O. F. Harum, second; white corn, J. B. Livesay first, .Geo. C. Fish, second; yellow corn, F. A. Burdette first, Henry Bloomer second; oats G.S. Cress first, and Andrew Cress second; green beans, Mrs. Bettie Parsons first, W. T. Debord second; sweet potatoes, Dirl Mink first, Mrs. Mary Burton second; irish potatoes, Henry Mink first, W.T.Debord second; onions, Miss Esther Staverson first, Andrew Cress, second; turnips, Millard Tallent first, Dave Tallent sec-ond; At Preachersville, Lincoln County. On pike and' thoroughfare, 7 miles Lancaster- - 4 miles Urab Orchard 7 miles Stanford, Two or more tracts may be bought so you can get the size small farm yon want. Frontage on 2 pikes. 300 yards to splendid Graded School. 6 room dwelling; 2 halls; 3 porches; stock and tobacco barn; cribs, buggy house aud all outbuildings, Splendid store room and good business location; Well watered and good land. Look at tobacco on the land and beat it if you can, Easy terms and will suit you as to possession. Good orchard. My contract calls for absolute sale without reserve or limit. And everybody knows and a square deal and that I "ALWAYS SELL." my custom of no by-bidde- tomatoes, Mrs. W.B. Robinson first, Jarvis Noe second; bee s Miss Susie Taylor first, Andrew Cress second; cucumbers, Mrs. China Sowderfirst,Andrew Cress second.; cabbage, G rs grand-daughterrLe- li, S.Ctessfirst, old-fashion- Dave Mrs. nard Miss Miss es I Talent second; butter beans, Bettte Parsons first, BerFranklin second; apples, Carrie Hysinger first, and Louise Hysinger second; white grapes, Miss Ruby Cooper first, Mrs.G.C.Fish second; black grapes, Miss Ruby 'Cooper; watermelon, Ed Smith first G.S. Cress second; muskmelon, John Norton first, J.W.Riddle second; - W. Riddle first, Miss Margaret Fish second; pumpkin, can-teloup- PERSONAL PROPERTY TO BE SOLD 2 extra good ponies gentle; 5 dandy good 2 year old mules; 1 four year old red cow; 1 black steer calf; 1 registered jersey bull calf; 2 brood mares: 2 mares and mule colts; 16 feeding hogs; 1 fine registered jersey cow; 4 calves; 80 bales oats, cutting harrow, pony cart, harness, gear, household and kitchen furniture. This will be a "GREAT BIG" little sale and there will be a crowd and keen bidding for this rjroperty. But come as there is bound to be some bargains. e, DINNER T- CfSOTr?if fry IfttMHHv Ifc&flAftlk V You're going to H.S.Coffey first, K. J. McKinney second; squash, Mrs. Bettie Parsons first, Dave Talent second; cured tobacco, G.T.Sigmon first, W. D. Payne second; broom corn, H. S. Coffey first, Sidney Sims, second; sugar corn, Burgess Hysinger first; Leslie Anglin second, timothy, W. M. Sowder first, Gus Staverson second; clover, Austin Staverson; millet, G. S. Cress, first, K. J. McKinney, second; LADIES DEPARTMENT Nicest and best white cake, Mrs.ElIa Franklin, Mrs. McMul-lesecond; Marble cake, Mrs. Burgess Hysinger; golden cake, Miss Annie Brannaman first, Mrs.Mollie Durham second; black cake, Miss Carrie Hysinger first. Miss Louise Hysinger, second; cocoanutcake, Mrs. S.F.Bowman, Mrs. T. B. Lair, second; marsh mellow cake, Miss Carrie Hysinger; carmel cake, Mrs. Ella Franklin first, Mrs. S. F. Bowman second; chocolate cake, Miss Carrie Hysinger first, Mrs. Jack Hysinger second; corn pone, Mrs. W. T. Debord first", Miss Mary Owens Jsecond; biscuits, Mrs. Ella Franklin first, Mrs. Addie Coffey, second; salt rising bread, Mrs.Sallie Williams, first; Mrs. n SWINEBR0AD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, W. E. MOSS, Adv. Man. Watch out for the dates of my other September sales 500 acres in Mercer 350 acres in Boyle; also Lincoln and Garrard JELLIES Apple jelly, Mrs. Geo. C. Fish first, Mrs T- - C. Moore second; grape, Mrs. W.H. Fish first, Mrs. G.C. Fish second; plum, Mrs. Belle Lair first, Mrs. Mary Burton second; peach, Mrs. Belle Lair first, Mrs. Bettie Parsons, second ; HAND MADE ARTICLES Calico quilt, Mrs. Ella Franklin first, Mrs. W. T. Debord second; calico comfort, Mrs. G. S. Griffin first, Mrs. W. T. Debord second; coverlet, Mrs. Alice Simpson; worsted quilt, Mrs. G. 3 .Griffin first, Mrs.S.C. Franklin blanket, Miss Carrie second; Lair; door rug, Miss Esther Stav erson; home knit yarn sox, Mrs. w ford second; irish ctochet, Mrs. C C.Williams first, Mrs.Gus Stav- erson, second; crochet table run ner, Miss Louise Landrum first, Mis. M.B.Robinson second; center piece with crochet edge, Mrs. G. C.Fish first, Mrs Ella Coffey second; crochet lunch set, Mrs. C.C. els, Mrs. John Renner, first, Mrs. Kentucky, i Mary Burton, second. POULTRY. Best pen Rhode Island Red chicKens, Mrs. W. T. Hicks, first, J. W. Riddle, second. (Continued on 2nd page) mm Bhmk sKi . just right. Because IrfWmJ ' flavor of toasted . Its toasted a J.W.Parsons second. ; PRESERVES Peach preserves, Mrs. J. M. Crawford- first, Mrs. Ella Franklin secord; pear preserves, Mrs. J. M. Crawford first, Mrs. Mollie Mink second; tomatoe preserves, Mrs. Bettie Parsons 'first, Mrs. Cleo Kirby, second fffjpple preserves, Mrs. JaM. Crawford first, Miss Louise Hysinger, second; cherry preserves, Mrs. Geo. Fish first, Mrs. Mary Burton second; strawberiy preserves, Mrs. J. M. Crawford first, Miss Ella Trank- - G.C.Fish first, Miss Carrie Lair second; pillow cases, embroid ered, Miss Carrie Hysinger first, Miss Bessie Coffey second; embroidered towel, Miss Louanna Whitehead first, Mrs. Jack Hy singer second; guest towel, Mrs. Jack Hysinger first, Mrs. S. C. Franklin second; bath towel, Mrs.EUa Franklin first, Miss Esther Staverson second; hand kerchief with crochet edge, Mrs. Miss Jnlin. "Rrannaman first. Louise Landrnm second,; best lin second; quince, Mrs. G. C. tide in rilet crochet, Mrs. 'Ella Franklin first, Mrs. J. M. Craw- Fish; ,t J v- ,. ST ar-lon- d; -- Williams; crochet shawl or cape, Mrs. Jim Price; bed spread, Mrs. W. T. Hicks first, Mrs. C. C. Williams second; silk quilt, Mrs. S. C.Franklin first, Mrs. G. S. Cress second; dresser scarf, Mrs. Bessie Coffey first, Mrs JackHysinger second; laundry bag, Miss Louise Hysinger; tatting, Mrs. Julia Brannaman first, Mrs. John Par-ce- ll second, pin cushion, Mrs. S. C. Franklin first, "Mrs. Julia Brannaman second; sofa pillow, Mrs. Mary E. Coffey first, Everett Mullins second; satin stitch button holing, Mrs. Ella Franklin, first, Miss Louana Whitehead, second. Strained honey, Mrs. G.C. Fish; honey comb, Mrs, G. C. Fish, first, H. T. Coffey, seeond; cake of butter, Mrs. John Renner first, Miss Esther Staverson, second; sweet pickles, Mrs. J- - M. Craw ford, first, Mrs. G. C. Fish, sec- display canned fruit, Mrs J. M. Crawford, first, Miss Carrie Hysinger, second; cucumber pick- - State of Ohio, City fo Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Brank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of E. J Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. (Seal) A W. GLEASON. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak- en internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous.' SurSend for faces ot the System testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. ( . - jff r , ( my- -- v . .r- -1 w--. . ' ,, ' ; rtV. .- - :r- - wt-- V- X. 2 S . . ,!! '''" Brn August 16th to the . tr '- - -- 'jiissa JT. wr y. .f f . iMMMitfaMtaMMiMU&M HNMWMMk 4 i 4 Second Day. Best registered male Durcc under one. year, Jarve Noe first, MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION H. T. Young second: best Dp roc sow registered, Jarve Noe first, Walter Miller second. Best registered Duroc regardless of age or sex. H. T. Young first, Jarve Best registered Noe second. male any breed, Robert Fish first Walter Miller second. Best reg "LET US GET TOGETHER." istered sow any age; Walter Mill In the last few years there has erbotli premiums. Best regis. been much improvement in Rock tered herd any breed, Walter castle. But we were so far be- Miller. CATTLE hind that we must put in extra Best calf under one year, Rog time in order to catch up and be of other towns ana coun er Hicks, Wildie first, aud David abreast ties. Rockcastle ought to have Hicks second. Bull calf over one right now the best roads in the and under two yaars old H. T. state because the best material Young. Best heifer under one out of which roads are built is year old, avid and Roger Hicks found in abundance right here. took first and second. Best heifInstead of having fields of briar er over one and under two, Gus patches we should have show Staverson, first, W. H. Hilton, farms, because nil the western and second. Cow any age, David and northern parts of our county lays Roger Hicks agaiu took first and well and can be made most fertile .second. Jersey cow any age, and productive. Too much of our Albert Hamlin first, Logan Sow land has beeD idle and the other der second. But, has been poorly cultivated. MULES with the coming of gocd roads Best mare mule under one and the advent of better prices year, Jack Hysinger first, Sam for farm products, the cultivation Fields second; best mare, mule of our land has increased with over one and under two years, splendid financial results. The J. B. Livesay first, Geo. Pitman . farmers are just beginning to second; best mule over two and wake up and see the wonderful under three years old, Jack first, Henry Mink second; possibilities in the farm. They are improving their homes and mare mule any age, Jack McMull "putting in" many conveniences en fi st, Harrison Mink second; to save labor and drudgery. best horse mule under one year They are getting the most im- old, Fred Shivell first, Burgess proved machinery and installing Hysinger second; horse mule the best grade of stock. In other over one aud under two, Bill Arcounties the farmers unite in an nold first, Wash Helton' second; association and. through that or horse mule over two and under ganization buy the best thorough- three, Austin Staverson first, bred sires obtainable. This plan Bill Arnold second; horse mule has proven most helpful and suc- any age, Austin Staverson first, cessful. Why could it not be Bill Arnold second; mule regarddone in Rockcastle? It can be less of age or sex, Jack MoMullen and should be done. It is appar- first, Harrison Mink second. HORSES ent that the farmers of this counMare colt under one year old, ty do not yet fully realize the necessity and benefits of co oper- T. J. Mink first, C. W. Smith ation and organization. We are second; best mare colt over one sadly in need of more men who and under two years old, Farmer are willing to serve in a broader Helton first.and Wash Helton got capacity. Who not only can till premium for the best mare colt their own farms in a modern over two and under three years way, but who for the benefit of old, mare any age, Charlie Dunn th.emselTes.-awell as others, can first, R. B. Swanner second; best roll- brood mare and colt at side, Peas-le- y of start the b'$l Mink first, Jack Hysinger ing. We h'ave j ust .had a teachinstitute, which was a .school second; horse colt under one year er's pr .farmers, but our people did Henry Hysinger; horse or mare 1pt fully. comprehend the great colt over two and under three benefits to be derived from regu- years old, Wash Helton; horse any lar attendance upon its sessions. age, W. N. Rogers firs';, H. Bell Too few were present and entirely second; model horse, C. C. Dunn too many of our farmers were first; R. B. Swanner second; comabsent. Let those who know bined horse, H. Bell first, C. C. preach the benefits of such an in- Dunn second; runningwalker, R. stitute, for it is to be greatly L. Langford first, Wm. Hysinger hoped that next year we will second; best boy horseback rider have another. In the meantime, Russell Niceley first, William let us all cease so much sleep- Rogers second. ty troting. Arouse ourselves to the Second Day needs dt opportunities of the day. ting race, Alfred Alexander first May we determine to urge .and B. H. Griffin second; mule race. fight for better roads; more in- Delbert Moore first. John Clontz tensive and intelligent farming; second. THIRD DAY larger attendance at schools and Best team mules, Burgess more efficient teachers. The time has arrived when we must singer first, Jack McMullen be up and doing help ourselves ond; best team of horses in and advance others. Stop right ness, H. Bell first, W. H. Helton now and ask yourself the ques- second; girl horseba-.rider. Miss doing to help Geneva Griffin first, Miss Margur-ittion what am I Fish second; Pony ring, Lucille make my community better and more prosperous? If your ans- Albright first, Robert Sparks wer is NOTHING, then bestir second. Best harness mare or gelding yourselves and do sometning. Let your daily admonition to self any age, B. B. Swanner first, H. Be- -t harness stallbe: Do something! do something, Bell second. do something, and repeat it every ion, W. N. Rogers first, R. L Langford second. Best saddle day. stallion any age, W. N. Rogers first, C. T. Sigmon second. Worst Vernon Fair turnout, Jim Bryant first, Mrs. Jack Hysinger and Mrs. Pearl (Continued from ist page ) Hysinger second. Best harness SHEEP Will Hysiuger took all prem- mare or gelding, C. C. Dunn first iums for the best sheep of every R. B. Swanner second. Best saddle mare or gelding, C. C kind. Dunn first, B. B. Swanner second. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Best roadster, mare or gelding, r RINGS C. C Dunn first, W. N. Rogers Best saddle mare or gelding, second. B. H. Griffin first, C. T. Sigmoa Lady horseback rider, Miss Sa second; best saddie stallion, R. L. die Parsons first, 'Miss Esther " Langford first, W. H. Brown sec- Staverson second. Fancy turnond; best harness mare or geld out, H. D. King second. ing, C.T. Sigmon farst, B.H. GrifBest rcadster stallion, C. C. Dunn fin second; model horse, Albert first, B. H. Griffin second. Mule Hamlin first, W.'H.Hilton second; race, J. B Turner first, Delbert combined mare or gelding, B. H. " Moore second. Griffin first, C. T. Sigmon second; mare and family of I best brood f three colts at hec side, Jack Hy- tunanun Hvsineert fircf nure-easinger application Mc-Mulle- VT "p" T T best mare or gelding, TJ Walk, trot or canter, C. C: Dunn, Mrs. George Barnes and child of Madison first, and R. B. Swan FRIDAY, Aug. 22, I9I9 ren, of near this place, spent last ner, of Laurel second. week with relatives at Mt. Ver- RACES. Published every Friday by County plug race, Joe Hetcher non. Bom August 14th to the EDGAR S. ALBRJGhT. first, B H. Griffin second, mule wife of Mr John W. Kirbya boy. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 Miss Clara Harmon, , of tnis race. W. J. McCracken first, Del-be- rt place, spent several days with Moore second. Advertising rates maae known on her.sister, Mrs. George Perc ful, Mt. Vet non Signal second; QD C wife nf Carm'ical spent the day with Mr. and Mrs r A.'Cum rains, at Mt.Ver- "non, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W M Barnes and children spent several days with relitives at Mt. Vernon last week. Sam. McClure is numbered with the sick. -. Livingston's ONLY EXCLUSIVE Dry Goods Store at Mt. Vernon, last week. The NOTICE Baptist Association will be held at Fair View church near Berea, on Tuesday and Wednesday after the first Sunday in September. Miss Hattie Carmical, of tbis place, is with her sister, Mrs. W. Notice is hereby given to all Democrats of Rockcastle County that on Saturday, the 30th day of August 1919, a meeting will be held in the Circuit Court room in Mt. Vernon. Ky., at two o'clock P Chaney, at Danville. Mrs. p. m., for the purpose of selectDelia Baker, of Tennessee, has ing delegates to attend the Demreturned home after spending ocratic State Convention to be several days with relatives at j held in Lquisville, Ky . , on aept this place and Mt. Vernon ember 4th, 1919. Misses Sallie and Nancy Sow-de- r, This August 22nd, 1919. of this place, are with their Walker Owens, Mrs, Lula Clontz, at Harauut, Chm. Democratic Co. Com. lan. Mr. and Mrs. W M. Nice-le- y Lost: August 14, gold 16 size sp;nt Thursday and Fi iday open face, i7 jewel, Elgin, watch with their son, James Niceley, at Lost betwen Mt. Vernon and Eugene Stokes Mt. Vernon.-Mr- s. Crab Orchard. and children spent last week O. D. Bryant, with relatives at Mt. Vernon. Mt. Vernon, Ky. We have achieved this distinction, but we have worked hard to do it! We have continuously labored to keep our stock complete and npto date, clean and attractive, and have vNbeen on the job' when it come to making prices. We are just as distinctive as "live and let live" price makers aa we are in our line, aud for proof we inviteyour investigation. We are showing this week some special values as illustrated below: Children Cry "for Fletcher's Ladies Voile Waists in beauti ful and attractive designs. These have been such leaders that we are continuing to mate them at the extra special price of LlfiVI U 7;. Just-as-good Eli Remember those silk and crepe de chine waist3 we carry. 98c. Our hreof Men's Pants are some thing we are proud of, and will be proud of when yon have seen and tried them. Price sJine-thing'yo- u This is a desirable time to buy one of those cool looking Shirts. They are going at the exceptional low piice of 60c. $2.25 to $10. These are ouly a few of the many values we have to offer, and keep your eye on thia space, and watch our windows for something new or special. Keep in line and follow the crowds to The Kind You Have 'Always Bought; and whifcrr has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the siemature of - and has been' made under his ner. sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 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Anv one failing to comply with this law, will be fined not exceeding fifty dollars. I am asking you to come in on an early date, before the weather cyofc Karl uuu Tam wunucu uuu nnrl uivsi iuu skvtn.rlarl with work. My office will be opened from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m C. T. SIGMON, Rockcastle County Tax Com list-betwee- GENUINE yBears CASTORIA ALWAYS the Signature of Stop T and begins. ing Is made when sav- It Think will educate you fianncially by developing that will insure success, comfort and traits In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind THl You Have Always Bought s CENTAUR COMPANY. MHIYOHK CITY. Kaf-kt.c- QV-l- -J on :(: VAPOR happiness Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. tirssioner. CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Bank of Mt. Vernon RACE:-Coun- yJ'Afw 0 i. m$ m s pL era 1 9 Hy-sec-ha- r- STOVE lilPsQillf expert blend of choice CAMELS' and choice Domestic tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had ! 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Vernon, Ky. c. cox Mt. .a L m some Camels as quickly as you can I Camels' expert blend makes all this delightful quality possible. Your personal test will prove that Camel Cigarettes are the only cigarettes you ever smoked that just seem made to meet your taste You will prefer them to either kind of tobacco smoked straight Compare Camels for quality and satisfaction with any cigarette in the world at any price " 1 1 1 iZ H v 0fkSssfa0!asa r 9f W"t9 mas. aw m s Oiiiiaren Or? m aaa4emmeimaTjem KfiK M 1 PW J y .1 ' t ""jy"! WM j '. " 'k t a. - fc MMMMtoaai&WMMMMBI 5v- - - 'i. MMMMMMMttifidMHUti iaHHjSAMBHMg&iUflBkMi( m'fVirr'nMwrninTw itfrwi Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Viiunon, Ky, Aug. 22, 1919 79 up "No. 79" wtien yvaat toCommurxl-csa- e with SIGNAL 78 lOUISVILLC & NASHVILLE R.R.CO. TIME TABLE. 22 north 21 5 45pm am lortn outh 3:35 12:35 pm 12:45 a m 2i .South Jas. Landrum, Agent. TMione No. 8. 23 Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoHce mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Dave Uraig is at home for a few days. Bentley Sparks is working for Eryant Bros. John Fields was one of the fair visitors last week. W. H. Pish wos in Louisville yesterday on business. Jim Noe, son of T. N. Noe, is op his road home from France. Eld. J. W. Riddle will preach a Buckeye next Sunday at 11:00 o'clock. Mullins is visiting Mr.and Mrs.R.B. Mullins at Rich-i- r nd. Mrs.Cbarlcy Thompson visited McBee last her sister, Mrs. W-week. .. . Miss Minnie Riddle, of East Leinstadt, is visiting Mrs. M. C Miss G. Lorne Pioctor. M ss Gibson, of the Langdon M moiial faculty arrived first of th week. Governor Jas. D. Black's majority over Judge Carroll in the is 21,009. R.chard Garland, of Lexington, sp nt last week with his friend, s'-.te Lenly Sparks. Miss Lillian Newland, of Pitts b..rg, was the guest of Julia Land-urn during the fair. Misses Lillian, Geneva, Nellie and Nina Cox have returned from a weeks visit to relatives at Pitts-- T irg. W. R. Golt writes from Hot s that he is getting along very well and will soon be at home. T. N. Noe. who suffered a severe injury to his foot several days ago, is getting along very Sp-ing- nicely. ! Mrs. Laura Hudson, Y. M. C. A. worker, from Corbin. is spend ing two weeks with Mrs. J. M. Jones. Logan Bryant went into Louisville Saturday and brought out one of the trucks allotted to Rock- castle. John Albright went to Upton, Ky, to spend a few days with Warren Keith and. visit Mamv moth Cave H. C. Thompson is here from Winchester today and if he can find a suitable place will locate in Mt. Vernon. John Lair Is reported very sick. He has tonsil itis and other troubles which have made him very sick. ' Mrs. Clyde Mullins, who was visiting her mother, Mrs. T. B. Lair, has been very sick with tonsilitis. Mrs. Mamie Oldham has returned to NeW York after spend-inthreP weeks with her mother Riddle and family of East OPPORTUNITY KNOCKING. Bernstadt, spent the week end During the past eighteen visiting J. V. Riddle and family. Mrs. B. J. Bethurum came over months Robert Spence, of Berea, with the Judge to visit relatives, Maciison county, nas oeen spena-whil- e of his the Judge is here holding inS more than one-hal- f time i n Rockcastle county advo- court 'eating better farming, more and Miss Alice B. Brown, of Louis- oetter live stock, infact preacb- ville, and Miss Edna Gulley. of . . .' , .... ing every modern method for the making of prosperity and happi-ness'i- n y to be the week-enguests our county. Permit me of Mrs. Cleo Brown. just here to enumerate a very Mrs. J. M. Jones has returned few of the many things accomfrom a pleasant visit at St. Paul, plished : Ky. and Portsmouth, U. While First, the following live slock there was entertained by Miss has been placed in the county: Ada Black and others. 15 registered shorthorn bulls Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Auren-de- n worth $ 2250 have returned to their home i5 pure bred sows . . 1200 in Louisville after a weeks visit to P22 pure bred boars 1650 Mrs. Aurenden parents. Mr. pure bred cows & heifers 1 125 9 and Mrs. W. L. Richards. 1 1 pure bred bucks 440 Misses Christine Boone and Total $6665. Sue L- - Smith, ot Stanford, have visiting Add to this 5000 pure returned home after their cousin, Martha Rickels, and bred chickens at $1. each $ 5000. attending the Mt. Vernon and During 1918 there was $11250. Brodhead fairs. worth of live stock vaccinated, hogs for cholMias Sinnie Cummins is teach cattle for black-leg- ; ing in Garrard a few miles from era. This service being rendered Miss Cummins is at absolutely no cost to our farmLancaster. one of Rock-astle- 's best teachers ers except a smill charge for serand holds one of the best certifi- um used. cates granted to anyone in the At the time Mr. Spence began county. his active work in our county, we Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noe had as had about 3ooo sheep on our their visitors during the fair, Mr. farms, now the hills are dotted and Mrs Leonard Hines, uncle with more than 5ooo. The wheat and aunt of Mrs. Noe, also her sown in 1917 for 1918 crop was two sisters,, Misses Delora and 875 acres The crop iust har vested was 3385 aces, an increase Nell Blanton, all of Harlan. Misses Kittie and Maggie of nearly 4oo per cent. The U. Tones, the attractive aughters S. Department of Agriculture, of the late R. L. Jones, of-- Stan- The State University and Berea ford, were the. guests of. their College have been paying for this cousin, 'Miss Zelma 'Jones-- during splendid service, our county " , - court having tailed to appropriate the. fair. same f E. R. Gentry has returned from' jr the Now we are asked for $400: to France and he and Mrs. Gentry assist in keeping this spendid are with Rockcastle friends and relatives this week. Ed is look work going on. Will our Fiscal ing tine and says he has enjoyed Court act in our behalf? Action the best of health. He Iwill not must be taken, and at once, if we say where he expects to locate, hope to ever have the services of but there is no question but what a County Agent, without at least appropriating $looo. per year. Mt. Vernon is his choice. I repeat, action must be taken at once. Robert Spence has struck LOCAL the death nell to the brindle bull James Rickels will soon have and the ridge-rootin- g boar. Let his dwelling on West Mam street, us expect and demand that this completed. . ,, splendid work be kept up. We There were more than 500 out see for Rockcastle county the of Mt. Vernon attending the home of pure bred live stock, better farming, peace, plenty and Brodhead fair yesterday. happiness. Now to the Fiscal B. H. Hillard, Notary Public. Court: This matter is directly Your work done right at reason- up to you. You cannot serve two able prices. Livingston, Ky. masters. Will you allow this golden opportunity to pass, take For Sale: Farm of about 9o acres, all in cultivation; good a step backward, or will you buildings. Will sell cheap if sold grasp the opportunity as your people are demanding and blaze Hugh McBee, at once. the way farther for our boys and Brodhead, Ky. girls into modern civilization. V. R. Dowell has bought the A. B. Lewis. restaurant, of Harmon Skidmore ' and took charge Wednesday. Mr. OIL NEWS. Skidmore will drive one ol..tbe On the farm of Gus JStaverson trucks on the road. one and one-ha- lf miles west of Mt Vernon, a well is being drilled. Wanted: A man tou- drill a water well at Cal'owav school The welL is being drilled by the house. Money ready. Send in W. J. Sparks Co., for the Wiser your bids. Work must begin soon. Oil Co., of Sistersville, W. Va. The formation and everything is Theo PiGG, Pine Hill. Ky. very encouraging and there is really more hope of "finding oil There will be a pie supper at than in any of the 60 or 70 wells the New Chestnut Ridge school which have been put down in the house Friday nignt, September county. 12. John L. Bullock, teacher, About three miles north-eas- t extends an invitation to anyone of Livingston the Victor Drilling who will come. Company is now down a C. L. I iHMMMii LEAGUE OR WAR DECLARES MANUFACTURER FORD THE CASH STORE MT, VERNON, KY. MAKES IT CLEAR HE BELIEVES COVENANT IS GREAT STEP. "WAR IS MURDER", -- to-da- d MEXT time you are in lvii, DECLARES Whirlwind of Questions Fall to Shako Composure of Man Who Sues for Million Because He Was Called "Anarchist." store a visit. We are Dusy.all the time but we'll have time to vernon. Day our high Mich. The Clemens, idealism of Henry Ford has freshened the proceedings of the FordTribune libel case and has brought into the wearisome arguments of counsel and the dull repetition of a new 'quality. For a week the man who has been described as everything from an "anarchist" to the greatest patriot of his day, has been on the stand facing a merciless fire of questions. During the reading of an article written by John Reed on Henry Ford, and published in the Metropolitan Magazine, the audience in the court chamber violated all precedent by breaking into applause and Mr. Ford, visibly embarrassed, raised his hand In protest. Tribune counsel had endeavored to quote paragraphs from the Reed article but had been compelled, by objection of Ford attorneys, to Introduce the interview in its entirety.. In the main it was highly complimentary to Mf. Ford. -ML show you some new Fall Clothes, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings, to buy what you need for Fall now as merchandise is getting scarce and higher -- We would advise you Come in and look us M MB III s&lfft Copyright 1919 Hut IB USB Sciultet & Hars over See whatrs new whether you buy this time or not ALL AROUND THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKS I .' ; 2 "Make Farmer Independent" "What I want to do," Mr,. Ford was quoted as saying, "is to make the fanner as independent as-- am; Independent of the banks, Independent of the trusts, independent of the railroads." The audience, many of them from the surrounding farms of this community, show ed visible evidence of. its ap preciation of that ideal. Twice Mr. Ford, wearying of 'the questions having to do withr,his knowledge of history, said "Oh,; I'll admit that I'm an Ignorant idealist If you wish." "What is an idealist?" queried Tribune counsel. The innate goodness of the man lighted up his kindly eyes with a new CIRCUIT COURT. Circuit Court convened Monday. Judge B. J. Bethurum and Commonwealth's Attorney W. N. Flipping were on hand to start' tbeball rolling. A reasonably large crowd was present, some on accout of the stock sales and others for court. The following gentlemen were selected as jurors: The Rockcastle OS We GROCERIES Lard, meat,", Canned Goods, Sugar, Coffee, Carry a Full' Line; of ! ! - Grand Jury. W. B. Sigmon, H. C. ::::: Including Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Rowlett, MEAL oj FLOUR and in fact everything that is kept in an up-t- date Grocery o -- putting g and children. Bob Norton is sufferin g from a broken bone in the ankle caused by a fall, while working on the top of his barn. Eugene Taylor came home from Camp Taylor to atten j his mother's funeral. He expects to go to California soon. Mr. and Mrs. Conn Brown, of of Texas, came lasL Friday to visit Mr. Brown's parents, Atty. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. Elmer Houk is here from Wood-lawPenn. Elmer has ajigood position with one pf the large steel plants at that place. John P. Landrum is home on a thirty days furlough. He is spending the week end with his sister, Rutb, and friends in n, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Taylor, age 64, died Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Krueger, after an illness of several weeks. For many; years Mrs. Taylor had been in poor health, suffering from a badiieart and other complications. The funeral was conducted by Rev. H. T. Young and the burial took place in the family burying ground on Dixie Highway, near the home of Robt Taylor. One daughter, Mrs. Krueger, and two well. HONOR ROLL For the fii'st month of the Scaffold Cane school: First grade, Martha Abney; second grade, Cola Grace Abney; third grade, Mary Beatty; fifth grade, Hattie Jones, Stella McCol-lom- , Edith Beatty, Hazel Jones, Alice Beatty; Seventh grade, Nellie McCollom, Alice Gabbard, Jeanette Linville, Geneva Lin-villOdessa Burton Teacher. OWN MAK sons, Logan of Mt. Vernon, and Eugene of Camp Taylor, survive. ROCKCASTLE'S BRODHEAD FAIR. ING GOOD. Prof. D. H. Lyon" was here dur ing the week in the interest ofthe school which opens September' 8th, and looking up a house in . which to live. The Brodhead fair is on and it is a good one. Splendid exhibits in floral hall and splendid show rings and the crowd for yesterday was a record breaker for any fair ever held in the county. They had about 2550" whole tickets and 450 half, besides those on passes, rne weather fine, merry go round, and Ferris wheel run nijig double time. This seems to be fair going year and 'Brodhead certainly are enjoying their por tion of the patronage. In our next week's issue will appear a full list of all premium winners. Recently while traveling thru the south --part of- - Rockcastle county, it was my pleasure to visit the school in which Miss Rnbie Registered Boar: Red Du-ro- c Houk, ot Maretburg, is engaged as teacher. Miss Houk reports Boar, ready for service; fee splendid attendance. The trus $iJ5oat the gate.. Jarvis Noe, tees and patrons are outspoken A TRAVELING MAn EXPERI22-4- t Mt. Vernon, Ky. Aug. in their praise of the teacher; an ENCE. of harmony prevails. Ruble air You may learn something from TRADE MORAL The merchant is making good. the following by W. fl. Ireland, a who is trying to do business ' A. B. LewisA' traveling, salesman of Louisville. without advertising is winking With D. M. Ferry &,Co. fKy; "In the summer of 1888 at Dame Fortune through blue RAdE MORAL Acvertfctog I bad a severe Attack.- - of'cholera spectacles. He knows he's prominence in this paper is; to morbus. I gave the hotel. porter winking, but she doesn't. This fifty cents and told him to buy you, Mr. Home Merchant, what paper is- - a good advertising me a bottle of Chamberlain's steam it to an mfirit. 1 Colic and Diarrhoea X Remedy. mdwm. light, as he leaned forward and answered slowly, "I think an idealist is one who tries to make people happy and prosperous. I think I do that a little." Quiet, unassuming, courteous and patient, Henry Ford made a deep impression on the audience. Not once did he lose his temper under the heckling of opposing attorney,-eve-n when their questions verged on the edge of insult. But when the examination touched on subjects which are closo to his heart, the League of Nations, war and the happiness and prosperity of Humanity, counsel found him eagerly alert, A League of Nations, or prepared, ness up to the hilt. That Is the way he sees the situation today. "We must either," he said, "accept the covenant of poace or democracy must arm and stand guard forever at the threshold of liberty." "War Is Murder." He hammered that fact home and with it he always added, "War is murder." "I was a murderer," he said, "I was a helper of murder. When the crisis came we all took a hand. But it is ah tlie same. War is murder." "What do you mean by murder." "I mean killing people." "Killing people to protect the interests of the people?" "Killing anybody or anything. I don't know what else war is. War is murder. There is a far better way." "What is the better way?" "Why, to educate people. To teach them to think for themselves." A long examination was conducted which sought to quiz Mr. Ford concerning his views on history, based on a lemark which he once made that "I wouldn't gve five cents for all the history ever written." "I don't think much more of it now than I did then," testified Mr. Ford. "The war showed us that history didn't last a week. All the things they told us would happen didn't happen. They went ahead, knowing what war meant, and made the same mistakes all over again. The history we write today is the thing that counts. I'm not interested in yesterday." The Flag of Nations. The much discussed flag of a League of Nations, which it has been stated Mr. Ford was having made la his factory before the United States entered the war, was brought into court. The testimony developed the fact that Mr. Ford did not originate the design of the flag and had never s,een the ban. ner Itself. He' saw a small drawing of it once in St Paul's Cathedral, Detroit, he said, but had never heard of it again and knew nothing about it He denied emphatically 'that he ever said he would rajse this flag above the Stars and Stripes, and Bald the statement that he reverenced this banner above the flag of his country wai "A terrible thing to say about an E. L. Hopkins, James Barnett, G. A. BullocK , Tom Dalton, W. A. Coffey, Tom Price, Josh Par- rett.'Sam Fields, W. T. French and Granville Leece. Bullock, Dave Webb, William Adams, H. McLemore. J. "W. Morris, Ben Ramsey, Joe Gatliff. M. F. Deat-oA. Cummins, C. C. Jones, Cephas Doan and Giles Shell. Panel No. 2. J. E. Bullook, W. F. Cress, James Thomas, Scott Evans, Turner Sowder, J. E. Hellard, Geo. Pitman. Thurman r, Mink, W. H. Procter. Isaac John Sowder and Josh Ball, 1. n, Le-ge- Panel No. Petit Jury. DRY GOODS In addition to our line of fresh groceries and vegetables, we have just received a new and complete line of DRY GOODS, Come in and see them. a." J. J. .9 .- i CUMMINS, J. B. west Main street On ........l. ........ s ( j - - Reserve Jury W. M. Barnes, Sam Bullock, John French, J. T. Hurst, H. C . Kirby and John Grider. The following cases have been tried: Chiut Lear for concealed weapons, $50 and 10 days in jail: Dan West, Ike Wallen and David Vaughn, $10 each for trespass, W. H. Ramsey, flourishing a pistol, $50. The case against Boyd Kelley brought to this county on change of venue, continued until next term. Kelly was indicted tor a double murder for the killing of two of the Shipman's and was tried on one of the indictments last court, convicted, but pardoned by the Governor. Charley Thomas who was indicted with Marion Durham as an accessory to the killing of Squire Singleton, was discharged as there was no proof to warrant the prosecution of the case against him. The indictment against John Mar.tin, Tr., for the killing of a man by the name of Browning on Red Hill about four years ago was discharged, for the reason that Martin has fled and no trace of him can be had. How Are You Going to Keep'Em on the Farm? With Electric Lights ' ..'1-- 3 ANSWER: - jji Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy Delco-Ligh- ts is instaled 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. When Delco-Ligh- t 0 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. Delco Light so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every member of the family. J If you are desirous of bringing your home up.todate and giving your wife and family a real home, with lights, bath, of running water, etc., get in touch with Divorces. The following have been granted this court: Martha Adams from P. J. Adams; Matilda Jones irom J. C. Jones, Ellen Price from D. C. Price, Bertha Dalton from James Dalton, Nettie Hall from Fred Hall, Minnie Wade from Joe Wade. Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, L Read and Advertise IN ,, ' SIGNAL XXI iI - 1 M tf f V .1M 'J.w.-C- Bi tEEJKfi ' 0 x I M W Mll llllllIM II 111 im- -i mif MM I 111 ! 'I . ' j rtjMy I . .jJH jjM - IBIIUfcMIM I PMMBMM III 1 1 II ill 1H Hill AT?". jaRC 'T i ? ?v4afs xMPriiK f ff Tf j T "JK-W-- -"" ij jMa!!?1! . L.zr -- . "r&fXJPwm&EsxiBFi an ' ' iv 51' - JMfci i 'Ssfirf; " .ir j j. T-'- v ""'' t- - ?. " v S?1'rvrta,5Sir1fytV. fjn fffB' tii v vi n 'n :'.?! r RSS-VfT- ? 'SAM " HfK'4 vjrv - -v 5 -- & : - '- - -.' Jfii JjBa' W' '.,' .K iWVf '7 iSf " - " .. , .r . - TTT 'fnl FORD CLEARED; NOT ANARCHIST '3 "fc JURY IN FAMOUS LIBEL SUIT FINDS FOR PLAINTIFF AND DECLARES TRIBUNE GUILTY. DELIBERATE TEN HOURS Farmer Jury Which Has Spent Three Months in Court Is Out Ten Hours and Then Finds Paper Guilty of Libel. "mamr Here's the way we look at it Just for a minute, look at the iire proposition from our standpoint. Yfe are in the tire business here, to stay. We can remain in business only so long as we please our customers. Consequently, it pays us to handle good tires United States Tires. Jit. Clemens, Mich. Henry Ford Is not an anarchist! A jury of 12 farmers have said so by their verdict, in which they found The Chicago Tribune guilty of libel when it attached that stigma to the name of the great manufacturer. "We find the Chicago Tribune guilty and attach a verdict of six cents." This sentence from the foreman of the Jury which for three months has listened to the most famous case of its kind in history and which debated moro than 10 hours before it arrived at its conclusion, were the lines of the final act in the dramatic event which has attracted the attention of tho entire country. Henry Ford himself was not in court to share in the triumph. He was in the New Hampshire woods with his friends, Thomas Edison and John Burroughs. Judge Alfred J. Murphy of Mr. Ford's counsel made a formal statement for his pilncipal: "Ford Is Vindicated." "The important Issue has been determined," said Judge Murphy. "Money damages were not sought by Mr. Ford. He stands not only vindicated but his you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll ring-i- n pipe or cigarette papers and with a jimmy nail some Prince Albert for packing! SAY, never will Just between ourselves, you wise-u- p to They're the tires we sell. They're the tires you should use. We have them to meet every need of price or use.' " until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square on that Prince Albert 1 Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open ! Talk about smoke-spor- t! Quality makes Prince Albert so peak-of-pleas- all-fir- ed appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out! P. A. can't bite or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your particular smokeappetite ! fcy Copyright lilt R.J. Reynold Tobacco Co. Yoa bay Prinea Albtrt afrywhtre tobacco it sold. Toppy red bagi, tidy red tint, handtomm pound and half pound tin humidortana that clotty, practical pound crystal glatt humidor with tpanga moitttner top that httpt tho tobacco in such perfect condition, j N. C. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winton-Sale- m, United States Tires are Good Tires For Sale by BRYANT BROS. r I HE high standard this bank X. has st for itself in the conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors m every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helofulness. j. We should like to number ':i.' you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES BANK , MARTBURG HENRY FORD attitude as an American citizen ha? been justified after a trial which raised every issue against him that ingenuitjand research could Invent" Outside tho courthouse crowds had gathered during the evening hours to await news of the jury which had been closeted In conference since morning. As the courtroom emptied after the announcement of the verdict and the news 'of the decision rendered spread, cheer after cheer broke forth- - and a band, returning from a picnic, stopped to add its brass notes to the din. There was a tense moment when the jurors filed into the box for the last time. Their foreman, in a voice shaking with the emotions of the moment, spoke in such a low tone that he could scarcely be heard. The Is it Possible to Legislate Life and Brains? m-- - j Swift & Company is primarily an organization of men, not a collection of brick, mortar, and machinery. Miss Mollie Houk, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting home folks for two weeks. Mrs. Lou Purcel and son, Fred, of St. Louis, Mo., are with her mother, Mrs. Hellen Griffin, for a few weeks. Mis Lena McCall is with her sisters, Mrs. Alice Albright and Mrs. Judith Frith, of Brodhead. Mrs. Nancy Owens is with her daughter, Mrs. Annie Mclvinney, of Brodhead, till after the fair. Mrs. M. Hartz visited her granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Daily, at Mt Vernon, during the fair. Miss Dora Ballou, who has been in bad health for some time, is - clerk read back the formal verdict: "You do say upon your oath that the said defendant The Tribune company, is guilty in the manner and form as the said plaintiff hath in his declaration in this case complained against him and you assess the damages of the said plaintiff on occasion of the premises ver and above hi3 costs and charge!,, by him about this suit and in his behalf expended, at the sum of six cents damages." The editorial 4ntwbich The Tribune attacked Henry Fqrd and branded him as an anarchist was printed in 1916. The case has been fought through several courts on one point or another ever since, finally arriving through a change of venue asked by The Tribune in Mt. Clemens. The charge which Judge Tucker made to the Jury dealt mainly with the laws of libel and contained among others, the following points: "The Tribune claims that they carefully inquired as to what Mr. Ford's attitude was going to be as to the care of his men who Joined" the national guard and that they based the editorial characterizing him as an anarchist on 'that Information. They - Packing Plants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intelligence, life - long experience, and right purpose of the men who compose the organization and of those who direct it Will not Government direction of the packing industry, , reported better. Albert Owens, with his father, Bert Owens, a few days this week Warreu G. Keith, of Upton, Ky , who has recently returned from Prance, visited friends here one day this week. Quite a large corn crop is expected by farmers in this ection as prospects are very good. Mrs. Grace Wilmott and children have returned from a twb weeks visit to O. A. Wilmott, in Bying-toTenn Edgar Griffin, of Savoy, Ky., is with his mother, of Corbin, was n, Mrs. H. Griffin. GALLED HER FAMILY CEDARVILLE BEDSIDE Mr. Sam B. Shiplet and family will leave for Texas, Aug. 26, where they will make their future home. Rev. James Mason will hold services at the mouth of Eagle Creek Sunday at 10 a. m. Tom Williams and son, Cail, attended the big Mt. Vernon fair last week. Hubert Hall is repair ing his dwelling and progressing nicely. There will be a pie supper at Buffalo school house Saturday, Aug. 23, for the benefit of the school. Everybody is invited. A party of youngsters attended church at River Side Sunday. Wheat threshing is about over in this part. Wheat was very good. The saw mill owned by A. J. Norton & Son, will start work soon. Emmett Hensley, of Marshall, N. (J., is visiting relatives here. A. J. Norton sold a fine mule during fair week. Price unknown. James Ball has a good position at Lyncht Ky. J. Martin Scott and E. Norton, who are teaching at Buffalo, are getting along nicely. J. Louis Cooper was in this part about the 10th looking after his faryning inter ests. Mrs. Tilda Mfifck and TO HER Six Tears Ago, Thinldng She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. Hoyse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary KII-tnan, ol this place, says; "After the birth of my little girl... my side commenced to hurt me. I had to go back to bed. We called the doctor. He treated me... but I got no better. I EotTVorse and "worse until the misery was unbearable... I was in bed for three months and suffered such agony drawn up in a knot. . . that I 'was-jus-t I told my husband if he would get me c bottle of Cardui I would try it. . . I commenced taking it, however, that evening I called my family about xne...for I knew I could not last Many days unless I had a change for trial ' the better. That was six years ago and I am still here and am a well, strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken half tha bottle when I began to feer better. The misery in my side got less... I continued right on talcing the Cardui 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, backache, pains in sides, or other discomforts, each month? Or do you feel weak, nervous and fagged-out- ? If so, give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a -- P. v 'J. 71 ENOS SPENCER, Pies. CHAS. C. HARRIS. Vice-PaR. H. UNDSEY. Sec'y. admit the publication and:insist that it was true and therefore Justified; and that 'even tif not true it was fair comment upon a matter of public interest, either of which defenses are sufficient if proven true. The burden, however, is upon the defense when they attempt to make either of the defenses mentioned. They must establish either the truth of the charge they made, or that it was fair com ment within the meaning of that term. "A. newspaper has the same right as an individual to its opinions and convictions no more and no less." The court further informed the Jury that if they 'found that the charge was untrue they must find for the plaintiff. He declared that' there was nothing ambiguous about the editorial. It called Mt. Ford an anarchist and the only way the defendant could escape being 'found guilty of libel was to Drove that charge. He said further 'that the jury must accept the popular conceptioh,of the meaning of the term "anarchist." Counsel for The Chicago Tribune made no effort tq appeal the case and accepted the verdict as it stood. now contemplated by Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, experience and devotion of these men, which is the life itself of the industry? 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