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Mount Vernon signal: August 29, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919082901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 29, 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. T .. 1? ;f e, :z, ' V - , - ' - ., ipjj---- , A, 'i r PUBLISHED E VERY FRIDAY lliiij feritan MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD 1887 NUMBER 49 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. 1919 L. Pilkenton, of Louiswas the guest of her BR ODH EAD HMrs. J. ville, Mr. and Mrs. Just Arrived! T would A Be the first to own one be difficult to find a mau that did uot eujoy the pleasure of wearing a handsome necktie. They all do but they will especially enjoy one line of s heavy silk that arrived yesterday. four-in-hand- Crab Orchard, and Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson, of Louisville, were here Monday. J. W. Proctor sold a small farm first of the week to Oscar Rose for $500. Mrs. Collins Wyatt, who used to be Miss Myrtle Murray, is spending a few days with Mrs. J. W. Masters and visiting her mother and other relatives here. W. P. Rigs-bbought a sow and niue pigs from Laws and McBee the first of the week for $80. Mrs. J . W. Masters returned Saturday from " a three weeks visit to her sister y R. L. Collier, of daughter. Mrs. Roy Sowder We haven't even placed them in the window, so you have an opportunity of the "first look" at these catchy ties. SUTTON' & McBEE, IIS' Mt. Vernon, Ky, THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE THIS TOWN m EXt t -- gSg-y7TV srr at Williamsburg. Everett Wat-sobought a house and lot near the old fair grounds last week from G. W. Frederick for S46o -- Eld. L N. Bowling hld regular services at the Christian church. Sunday. C. H. Frith was called to Tennessee last Friday on account of the serious illness of his brother, Tilden Frith Dr. W. E Graveley sold his stock of general merchandise to J. A . Oliver, of Berea, last week and Mr. Oliver is now in charge and will occupy the same building used by the doctor. Mr. Oliver is an ex perienced merchant and a genuine hustler. We are fortunate to have Mr. Oliver and his estimu and attended the fair last week. W. A. Kobins was at home from Corbin last week." Mrs. Etta Biown, of Louisville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.GTFritb, during the fair. Dewey Sowder and Leonard Shelton, of Cincinnati, were with their parents here last week. Homer and Ken-nit- h Wilson spent last week with their grandparents, Mr.aud Mrs Cam Wilson, at Bee Lick.-Miss- es Joe Davis, of Mt. Verjion.and Edith Oats, of Monticellot'were visitors of Mrs. Walter Robins last week and enjoyed the fair. E. B. Newland and son, Elgar Dunn, of Lynch, werewittffjfqme-folk- s last week. Mr. andMrs. John Robins and daughter, Mildred, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robins and children, spent Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rigsby. Gus Carson was at home to attend the fair. Mr and Mrs. McWilliams, of Clarence Ky., visited Dr. and Mrs. MissMildred Lee Robins entertained Monday evening in honor of her thirteen- Mt! Biding Lots and Small Farms IT MT! 10:00 A. M. rs H th birthday anniversary, which III!) Rockcastle Co. 8 R Real Estate 8 I i The Rockcastle Real Estate 8 Company has just beeu or- i. ganized' Our office for the present will be in the W. k. McKenzie building. K H S If you have town property P 8 or farms for sale, list them with us and we will sell them. If you want to buy town property or a farm:, see us K and let us show you what we have listed for sale. 8 ! 8 8 REAL ESTATE! CO, MT, VERNON, KY. SZSgXXs-- t t THE UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES i ROCKCASTLE b XZ Round Trip Excursion Fares From WIT. (War Tax Extra) VERNON, KY., $3.31 Account Blue Grass Fair. LEXINGTON, KY., Tickets on sale August 30th to September 5th. LOUISVILLE, KY. Louisville Aug 25 Account Kentucky State Fair. Tickets on sale Septemtrains scheduled ber 6th to 12th and for noon September to arrive Louis before 13th. vine $5.82 & Nashville Railroad For detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. Sept.' of Amos Smith became frightened in pass ing an automobile early last week near Boone's Fork and threw Mr. Smith from his wagon breaking On pike and thoroughfare, 7 miles Lancaster-- 4 miles Crab Orchard 7 miles his leg just above the ankle. The Stanford, Two or more tracts may be bought so you can get the size small farm yon broken bones were set by Drs want. Frontage on 2 pikes. 300 yards to splendid Graded School. 6 room dwelling; 2 Graveley and Carter. Mr.Smith halls; 3 porches; stock and tobacco barn; cribs, buggy house and all outbuildings. Splenwas taken to the Berea hospital did store room and good business location; Well watered and good land. Look at tobacSunday. The driver of the automobile was a young Mr. Cole, of co on the land and beat it if you can. Easy terms and will suit yon as to possession. Barboursville. and no one seemed Good orchard. to deplore the unfortunate affair My contract calls for absolute .sale without reserve or limit. And everybody knows more than Mr. Cole. The break and a square deal and that I "ALWAYS SELL." my custom of no is a bad one and it will be many weeks before Mr. Smith can be out again. C. H. Frith sold his residence property on Main St. 2 extra good ponies gentle; 5 dandy good 2 year old mules; 1 four year old red to Mrs. K. J. McKinhey and is cow; 1 black steer calf; 1 registered jersey bull calf; 2 brood mares: 2 mares and mule beginning the erection of a nice J colts; 16 feeding hogs; 1 fine registered jersey cow; 4 calves; 80 bales oats, cutting harrow. brick bungalo on the site where pony cart, harness, gear, household and kitchen furniture. his father's old residence once This will be a "GREAT BIG" little sale and there will be a crowd and keen bidstood. This building will be ding for this property. But come as there is bound to be some bargains. modern in every respect and one Crab Orchard, were attractive of the best in town when complete James Francisco and family, of guests of Miss Eluora Frith durLaFallette. Tenn., were here first ing the fair. Mrs. W. O. Turpin, of the week with his father and A. E. Albright and daughters, other relatives. P. H. Shutts, of) Mrs. W. O. Yaden, Nina and New Castle, Iud., is spending Worth Albright, were with rela several das with relatives and tives in Richmond first of the friends in and near Brodhead. week. Allan Soward, of Lynch, He arrived just in time for the Dan Gray and Leu Masden, of Brodhead fair. Brodhead Grad- Lebanon Jet., were fair visitors. Misses. Hazel and Nina Al ed and High School opened Monday with Prof. E. A. Strange, bright, Burtrice Shelton, Bob Principal, Miss Henrietta Forsee, Cass and Leslie EMer were in -Adv. E. 7th and 8th grade teacher, Miss Crab Orchard Monday evening. Keller, 5th and 6th grade, Miss Miss Hallie Snoddy, of Glasgow Louella Forsee, 3rd and 4th Jet., and M iss Catherine Smith.of for the dates of other September sales acres in grade and Miss Lena McCall, pri- Richmond, visited friends here mary. The school promises to and attended the fair last week. Mercer acres in Boyle; also Lincoln and Garrard. be one of the very best and it is Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunt, of Dan villee, visited his sister, Mrs. hoped that every citizen and patHenry Anderson, last Thursday ron will do all in their power to and Friday. Burdette and Tom Wm. Rambo iting his uncle, J.P.E. Drummond create more interest and make H. Oliver is quite sick at this home to Latonia. Scott were with their grandfathMarie, visiting in Knoxville this week. Mjss the school a greater success. er, J. T. Lawrence, and took in writing. Mr E. L. Cockrell was and sister, Ravenna are week. Lyda Cook was in London, MonWe want our good friend at Livthis in London, Monday and Tuesday, relatives in the fair. Harrison Ray, Mrs. ingston to know that we apprecivisiting relatives and attending W. M. Graves has a position in day and Tuesday. Mrs. Lizzie-TodNannie Ray and Mrs. Jesse ate his expression of regret that of the Quail section, is visthe fair. J. N. Clark has return- Corbin and is thinking of moving Simpson, of Garrard county, were B. H. Griffin and son iting relatives here this week. be missed our Signal JPtters and ed from Louisville, where he has there. Mrs. with Mr. Larkin Kicks first of we trust there were others that been for a few days purchasing are visiting her parents, Mr. and the week. Joe Carter, of Shelby-vilfe- , his fall missed us. We hope that each is Mrs.C.H. Rrice Walter Rivers, State of Ohio, City fo Toledo, stock of goods. Lee was with relatives here last Lucas County, ss. week hereafter there will appear in Louisville this week buy- of Wallins, Ky., is visiting relaweek. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Frith Brank J. Cheney makes oath something from Brodhead The ing more goods for his store.-M- rs. tives here this week. Rev. Webb visited Mr. Mid Mrs. J. G. Frith that he is senior partner of the Brodhead Fair which closed last J. B. Hayse is visiting rela- of Mt. Vernon, filled regular apand attended the fair. Mr. and Friday was a howling success, tives in Winchester this week. pointment ai the Baptist church, firm of E. J. Cheney & Co.j doing Mrs. A. M. Hiatt had as their especially so in point of attendMrs. John Graves has returned Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and business in the city of Toledo, guests during the fair. Mr. and ance, the second day being possi from Mt. Vernon after a few days Mrs. Lucas Overbay, of Pine County and State aforesaid, and Mrs. W. M. Sparrow and childble a record breaker for the Hill, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. that said farm will pay the sum ren, of Mt. Eden, Ky. Walter. visit with relatives there. Mr. of One Hundred Dollars for each couuty. Such attendance should Arthur, Freddie and little Miss and Mrs. C. L. Hughes have re Cottongim; Saturday and Sun- and every case of Catarrh that inspire the management to offer turned home from Paris after a day. B. H. Griffin of Mt. Vernon Estill better premiums and provide for ing Golden, of Iowa, are visit- few days visit to that city. Mr. stopped off; here after visiting the cannot be cured by the use of ther aunt Mrs. J. W. Masters. Hall's Catarrh Medicine. better attractions. It should be Mr. and Mrs U. B. Cass, Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Blanford motored London fair. Mrs. S. S. Ball and Prank J. Cheney. the desire of each stockholder to and Mrs. Broaston Elder were ,to Mt. Vernon, Sunday, and went little daughter have returned Sworn to before me and submake the next fair each year a visitors of Mr. anA Mrs. T. R out the Richmond Pike and he from a few days visit with rela- scribed in my presence, better and more this 6th fair Cass last week. says it is some pike, but' just tives at Brush Creek. A lot of day of December, A. D. 1886. and this cannot be done by stay wait until we get the river pike the Livingston boys went up to (Seal) A W. GLEASON. ing in the same old rut. Those done and it will be some pike and play East Bernstadt, Sunday, .Notary Public. attending have a right to expect some beautiful scenery too. We but say that the East Bernstadt better show rings each year and N. H. Oliver has a very sore are going to be1 six to Mt. Ver- boys put one over on them. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taknew attractions as well. With hand caused by a piece of steej non's half dozen. We are hear- Jake Pike, of Pineville, was here en internally and acts through our beau tif ul erounds and rfnr flying off a hammer that another ing all kinds of yarns about our a few days latter part of last the Blood on the Mucous Sur-wee-k. facilities for having the- - biggest person was using and entering his friend Hicks and his cars and if Mrs. Ab Wolf, who has' faces or. the System. Send for fair iu the state.- we should at hand. K. B. Gold, master one-hais true Mart is some been quite sick for some time is testimonials, free. least be progressive to the extent and yard foreman, was in driver. One party claims that some better. Mrs. J.H. Oweus, is F. T. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. that we show we have a high Mt. Vernon, Tuesday evening. ! he is an expert driver, for he can visiting relatives at Hazel Patch Sold by all Druggists, 75c. mark to reach in the "fair", world He is making lots of trips to the hie every rock in the road. Mrs this week. Mrs. T. J. Singleton T and endeavor to improve ,each little city slately; bat at present' R.B. Sams and two daughters are was in, London between trains, roK unties year. we will hold, our p6ace.lCrs..N.J here from Level Green en route Wednesday. Hugh Olark is vis- - able family with us. A team of mules was one of the most delightful events of the season for members of the younger set. Those present were Misses Ethelyn Gravely, Lina Strange, Isabel Martiu. Iva Mae Francisco, Margie Owens. Elizabeth Francisco, Uorina Frith. Hazel Wallen, Bessie Hicks, Edna Hicks, Sallie Brooks, Inez Robins, Mildred Robins. Messrs. W. T. Brooks, Jr.. Willie Cass, Wm. Frith and Herbert Bowling. Delightful refreshments were served. Games and music enjoyed until the hour of departure. Each and everyone announced a most- delightful time s and wished their littl e friend many more happy birthdays. Many beautiful and useful presents were received. Dr. and Mrs. McWilliams and daughter, Jewel, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Dillingham, at Spiro. Misses Clyde Roberts and Georgia Hayes, of Monon, Ind., Ethel and Eva Giesel, of - Tuesday, September 2, At Preachersville, Lincoln County. by-bidde- PERSONAL PROPERTY TO BE SOLD DINNER SWINEBR0AD, The Real Estate Man, Lancaster, - Kentucky. 500 W. MOSS, Man. Watch out 350 my d Mul-lins'- - v up-to-da- LIVINGSTON me-chan- - ic lf -- ChIlfiren"Ory ti 1? - , 8TQRIA J" , A v &? ' s MWWMttMMiMaMMMMMMMiMUIiaW "I t Best one peck wheat, O. F flamtn first, P. E Shivel secon white corn, Bill Haggard first. Friday, Aug. 29, 1919 Robert Fish second;, yellow corn' S. E. Riddle first, Gay Maharg Pttblisfud every Friday by second; peck oats, G. S. Cres-firsEDGAR S. ALBRIGM. Sherman Cress second; SUBSCRIPTION ONE YBAR $I.OO potatoes, S. C. Owens first. sweet Sara Cash second; Irish potatoes, Advertising rates maae known on Henry Mink first, Alfred Owens application second; onions, C. T. Sigmon first Esther Btavercon second; turnips, MEMBER OF Jarve Nee second; beets. Jarve KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Noe first, G, S Cress second; tomatoes, Jarve Noe first, R G. Dodd second; cucumbers, Clara Maharg first, Etta Noe tecond; cabbage, Sherman Cress first, G. S. Cress second; best display of vegetables. C. T. Sigman second; ,Mt Vernon Signal t, THE MAN TO ELECT. The greatest enemy of good government is the political boss. He controls nominations, and la ter the officers themselves purely for revenue and graft Fortunately, the democrats have select ed a nominee for Governor who was opposed by these political leeches. He was known to be honestly and sincerely dry. This caused many democrats ia the principal cities of the slate to vote against him. But, we have faith in the people sufficiently to believe that the thing that moved the city democrats to oppese him, will lead many a country Repub lican to go to ;the polls and cast his baliot tor him in November. Governor Bkck is a man whom the people can trust His word is as good as his bond. He is as square as a die; a man of high personal standing and wide business experience. No clique or political ring has any collar around his neck. He will take no directions from any political boss. He belongs to and is a part of the GREAT COMMON PEOPLE, always deeply in sympathy with them and anxious to serve them. He is a high class Christian gentleman, who has the business and educational as well as the moral interests of the state at heart. His election means the advancement of those things that are very near and dear to all sober and progressive people. So, whether we be Republican or democrat, if we want a man who will be on the job to render honest.conscientious service, and absolutely free from the corrupting influence of political bosses, we should go to the polls, take our neighbors with us, and vote for JAMES D. BLACK!!! apples, Carrie Hysinger firtt, Louise Hysinger second; pears, K. f. McKinney second; white Maharg first, John grapes, Clara Sigmon second; black grapes. John Sigmon first, Henry Anderson second; watermelon, F. L. Thompson first, Prank Brooks second; musk mellon, J. M. Owens first, Mat Stevens second; canteloupe, J.N. Mario v first, Mat Stevens second; pumpkin, Mat Stevens first Lizzie Bowman sec ond; tobacco, Mrs. J. H. Eads first, G. M. Sigmon second; broom corn, James M. Walace first, G. M. Sigmon second; sugar cane, P. E, Shivel first, Willie Riddle second; stalks millett, Willian .Lewis first, G. S Cress second; timothy, Henry Crawford first. P-- H. Shivel second; clover Guy Maharg first, Gus Staver son second. CAKES Black cake, Mrs. J. H. Eads first, Carrie Hysinger second; white cake, Carrie Hysinger first,' Mrs. J. H. Eads second; pretiest decorated cake, any kind, W. E. Gravely first, Louise Hysinger second. " first, Eliz?beth Francisco second; gelding, one year and under two, crochet edgings. Mrs.John Craw- C. W Stuiih first. Sum Maharg ford first; Mar Martin second; second; best stallion and two or hairpin tiiufming, Mrs Annie H. more of his colts, JM W. Rogers "nbtile first, Jennie Robins sec- first. Henry Anderson second; ond; embroidered handkerchief, best mare and family of two or Mrs. Lsts Ousley 'first, Mrs. Ira more colts, H. Burger first, Jack G. Taylor second; boudoir cap. Hysinger second; LilliaaSmith first, Canie Hysing COMBINED CLASS er second; enrocnet portiers, Best mare or gelding, any age, Mrs. Annie H Tribble second; C C. Dunn, of Madison, first, N. towel with crochet, Mrs. Johu W. Rogers second; best, stallion, Crawford first, Mrs. Ira G. Tay- - anvage, N.W.Rogers fitst. Henry 'or second; fern, in pot. Lena Anderson second. N. W. Rogers Yaden second; foliage plant, also took the blue tor the best Mrs. W. A. Carson first Mrs. E. stallion in the saddle class: best L. Brown second; night gown, running walker, W. M. Cornett Barbara Houk first. Mrs. Ira G. first," Millard Johnson. There Taylor second; tatting, Baibara were ninetden entries in this Houk first, Mrs. Annie H. Tnb- - ring. Best harness stallion. N. ble second; pin cushion, W. E. W. Rogers first. Henry Anderson Gravely first. Mrs. John Craw second. C. C. Dunn and Dong-la- s ford second; center piece, Clyde jKiag were first and second Robinson, first, Lillian Smith sec- winners in the fancy turnout, but ond. the names ot the young ladies Prettiest baby, Mr. and Mrs. who drove with them, we are un Walter Robbms first, Mr.and Mrs. able to get. Norton and Jess second; best Mink wen the foot race, and Ben Wade Hysinger bey horseback rider, Russell lrvin and Jim Newcomb were deNiceley; girl horseback rider, clared the ugliest men; best walk, Miss Geneva Griffin; pony ring, trot or canter maie or gelding, M. M. Curtis, of Lincoln, hrst, N.W.Rogers hrst, C.C. Dunn secDr.W.F.Carter second, best com ond; fanciest harness ring C. C. bined horse, B H. Griffin first; Dunn first, Ollie Johnson second; C. T. Sigmon second, and W. H. best pony and rig, J. T. Rigsby Htlton third; walking horse, H. first, Miss Susie Holmes second; G.Hasty first, Wade Dartnon sec best green roadster, Jess Mink ond, W. M. Hysinger third; best. first, Charlie Burton second, Henteam, W. H. Helton first, Henry ry Mink third; best roadster Mink second, B. H. Griffin third; stallion, mare or gelding, C. C. best gaited stallion, mare or geld Dunn first, N. W. Rogers, second. ing, B.H. Griffin first, W. H. Hel ton second, C. T. Sigmon third; best stallion, any age, B. H. Griffin first, Jack Rogers second, C. T. Sigmon third; UALITY, STYLE AND PRICE! 2rS THEY SPEAK FOR $8-50 THEMSELVES to $ 15.00 I to $ V8.O0 ! V $ 12.00 Kentucky Rockcastle County is a law abiding county. Its citizens are patriotic in all things. To uphold the law is a duty The new Revenue law provides that the Tax payer shall come to the County seat and give his July 1st and October 1st each year. Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. Any one failing to com ply with this law, will be fined list-betwee- Drutnmond Pry Goods Company Promoters I in on an PIES Best lemon pie, Louise Hysinger first, Mrs. J. H. Eads second; custard pie, Lela Hicks second; peach pie, Louise Hysinger second. BRtiAD Best corn muffins, Cathie Maharg first, Louise Hysinger second; biscuits, Maude Maharg first Louise Hysinger second; light bread, Mrs. J. W. Moore second; tea cakes, Carrie Hysinger first, Ella Dunn second. POULTRY. Plymouth' Rocks, W. S. Haggard; black Minorcas, M.M.Martin first, U. K. Martin second; white Leghorns, W. b. Haggard; best turkev. N. K. Martin, best pair chicks, N. K. Margin. CATTLE. Best bull calf, under 1 year, S. S' Purcell; best bull calf over one year, i2lyde Rigsby; be-- bull, any age, Clyde Kigsby hrst, W.D. Peters second; best heifer calf, under one year, J. C. Hayes first, S. S. Purcell second; best heifer calf over one year, W. D. Peters first and second; best cow, any age. W.L meters hrst. jn.k. Mar tin second; best cow and calf. t ' of Quality Opposite Graded School not exceeding fifty dollars. am asmng you to come LIVINGSTON, KY. 'HEfirstmove in a winning battle of life early date, before the weather gets bad and before I am crowded with work. My office will be opened from 8 a. m. until 0 p. m. C. T. SIGMON, Rockcastle missioner. County Tax Com Stop T and begins ing Is made when sav- It Children Cry for Fletcher's Think will educate you fianncially by developing that will insure success, comfort and happiness traits S.S. Purcell first. J. C. Hayes second; best herd of cattle, W. D. Mrs. Peters; best Jersey cow, any age, Mary Martin first, Mrs. John H. H. Reynolds hrst, A. E. Al Crawford second; pear preserves, bright second; Mrs. Tohn Crawford first, Mrs. SHEEP "Get out that gas buggy," says John Crawford second; cherry Best; bucir, any age, B. W. Johanna to Jonathan. "We have preserves, Mrs. Mary hsurton ttrst, Gaines, both premiums; best ewe worked until we are both stiff and Mrs. John Crawford second; ap- any age, B. W. Gaines, who also sore. We need a change. A few ple preserves, Ellen Tyree first, took first and second on the best days trip will do us much good." Louise Hysinger second; best dis- pair buck and ewe; best pair "But what will we do with the play, not less than five kinds, lambs, Clyde Rigsby; children", answers Jonuthan. Mrs. John Crawford, first, Mrs. HOGS "Why take them with us. of John Crawford second. gil t, Jafvis Noe first. C.E. Best JELLIES course. They will be benefitted Best apple jelly, Mrs. E. L. Stevens, second; best boar, Jar- as well as we'', says Johanna "Now in the fliver we will go into Brown, first, Mrs. J. H. Eads vis Noe first and second; MULES other counties to inspect other second; grape jelly, Kay AnderBest mule colt, H. E. Roberts to look upon fine blooded son, first, Lela dicks second; farms; cattle, hogs and sheep We can blackberry jelly, Sallie Potts, first, Jack Hysinger second; best horse mule cole, B.W.Gaines first, learn how other farmers get the first, Lou Martin second. MISCELLANEOUS P.E Shivel second; best mare and best out of the land. The old it ney will soon take us where we Best honey comb, lrvin Blank mule colt at side, B W. Gaines can see for ourselves the wonder- enship second; sorghum, Mrs. first, Jack Hysinger second; best ful advantage of waterworks and Wilson King second; sweet pick-els- , mule over one and under two Mis. John Crawford first, years old, B. W; Gaines took both electric light plants on the farm. In this way we can ha-- e a fine Mrs. John Crawford second; dis premiums; best mule over two vacation and make our "Lizzie" play canned fruit, Mrs John and under three years old, Peas-leMink first, Henry Mink secpay for itself iH educating us and Crawford first, Esther Staverson second; grape wine, W. M. King ond; best mule any age, B. W. our children thiough seeing what Mr. other people are doing on the first, Mrs. Wilson King second; Gaines, both premiums. your are blackberry wine, Margie Owens Gaines also took both premiums farm." ."Good Johanna, a wise old gal! Bully for your first, Mrs. Wilson King second; for the best pair mules, any age; suggestion and off to the Blue apple vinegar, Clara Maharg first best jennet, E L. King; best Grass we go for a wholesome Mrs. E. L. Brown second; cucum jack, any age, W. R. Gaines, of change and to learn better and ber pickles, Ms. John Crawford Lincoln; best gentleman horse more progressive methods of first, Mrs. EC L. Brown second; back rider, Cecil Brown first, W, display cut flowers, Master Lloyd P.Rogers second; lady horse back Farmers of Rockcastle try this Griffin first, Evan Brown second. iider, Miss Ruby Cooper; HAND MADE ARTICLES suggestion for yourselves and see HORSES Fanciest quilt, Hallie Barnes if we cannot gain knowledge and Best mare or gelding, one and first, G. S. Cress second; calico under two years old, Farmer Helinspiration from such a trip. quilt. Flonnie Brown first, Alfred ton; mare or gelding, two and Owens second; crochet counter- under three years old, H. Burpane, Mrs. Ira G. Taylor second; gess, first, Cleve Simpson second; crochet yoke, Barbara Houk first, In At- Mrs. Clyde Robinson second; cro mare, any age, N.W.Rogers first Record R. Gaines second; best mare or tendance S p I e n d i d chet table runner, Barbara Houk gelding, any, age: Jas Moore Floral Hall and Good first, Mrs.Ciyde Robinson second first, Henry Hysinger second; kitchen apron, Mrs. Lee Ousley best pair mares or geldings, R. C. Show Rings. rst, Barbara Houk second; corset Gaines first, Henry Hysinger .The Brodhead Fair held Wed cover, Hallie Barnes first. Barba- second: best stallion, mare or nesday, Thursday and Friday of ra Houksecond;fancy apron, Car- gelding, N. W.' Rogers first, Cecil last week was the best one ever rie Hysinger first, Mrs. Lee Ous Brown second; best roadster, held on the Brodhead Fair ley second; crochet baby cap mare of gelding, H.E.Wade first, grounds, no exception, and from Mrs. John Crawford second; artic- Hiatt Burger second; best stal a standpoint of attendance far le in embroidtry, Mrs. Ira G. lion, mare or gelding, C. C. Dunn ahead of any former exhibition. Taylor first, Mrs. Annie H. Tnb-bl- e first, B. H. Griffin second, and W. crowd was a recsecond: sun bonnet, W. E. R. Gaines third; best mare colt, The second-da- y county. A Graveley first, Mrs. Annie H. under six months old. T. J. Mink ord breaker for the splendid floral hall, good show Trioble second; pillow cases with first, Ef. Burger second; horse rings, and good midway. Of the crochet, Clyde Robinson first, colt under six months old, F. B. twentv-fon- r fairs held in Brod- - Barbara Houk second; sofa pillow, Scott first, Henry Hysinger secleads them all. "Bessie Shivell first, Mrs. Ira G. ond; mare and colt byjier side, Jiead, the 19 The following is the list of Taylor second; dressed doll by H. Burger, first, Peasley" Mink, girl under 12, Melberta Martin second; best stallion mare or premium winners : PRESERVES Best peach preserves, The 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. Allow no one to deceive vnu in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. fflJ1! Just-as-go- od Bank of Mt. Vernon Wi Castoria is 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 "been 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 sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS y In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CENTAUR COMPANY. N KW YORK CITY. Z$fMu VAPOR STOVE I Restaurant r I have bought the restaurant of Har-- . mon Skidmore .(the Miss Kate Moorc stand) and am prepared to serve you with a gooci Lunchhot or cold at all times I also' carry a good line of Fresh BRODHEAD FAIR Breaker GROCERIES. Come in and see me 1 solicit your Business an$ will appreciate it t You'll like this stove because it's compact and is equipped with the large powerful Detroit burners sanitary base nickel trim mings and drip pan. This stove is also made in the two-burn- er size f RESH MEAT every Thursday. fresh Bread three times a week. 19-fa- ir Vulus R. Dowel I ST e. Vernon, Ky. e. cox Mt. -- .. p v -r- s-; ?- -4 r 3 '.'. . v : f 'rl- - '"i- - 1 v s Cs t - 79 Registered Boar: Red Du School shoes for boys and roc Boar, ready for, service; fee school fehoes for girls at Fish's. 5o at the gate.. Rev. Webb, of this place, is Mt. Vernon, Ky, Aug. 29, 1919 conducting a revival at Freedom v Get the boy a good suit for Fall Jarvis Noe, get it at Fish's and you know Aug. 22 4t Mt. Vernon, Ky. Luther Mullins and family mor-tore- d it is right. no "No. 79" wrio want toCommun Wanted: A man to drill a to Cincinnati Sunday to be crao with SIGNAL There will be preaching at water well at Caloway school gone a week. Buckeye. Sunday, September 7tb, house. Money ready. Send in Will Lair and family, of Lock-lan1 1 o'clock, a. m. and at night, your bids. Work must begin soon. Ohio, are visiting relatives at TheoPigg, conducted by the Revs. M. G. in section. Pine Hill, Ky. Fish and James Riddle. Jailer and Mrs. Winstead are will you buy the B. H. Hillard, Notary Public (.OUISVILLC &. NASHVILLC R. Ft. CO. The oil well is dowi several rejoicing over, the arrival of a new boy at their home nearWabd. hundred feet on the Staverson Your work done right at reasonon a number of hats and give TIME TABLE. Mr.and Mrs Samuel B. McKen- - farm and indications are good tor able prices. Livingston, Ky. 5 45pm 22 north chance to really fit you shape of . says those who have seen the 3:35 a m zie were with Mr. and Mrs. G. (J. 24 north For Sale: Farm of about 9o well in the last few days and acres, all in cultivation; good 23 south 12:35 P m Fith at Buckeye during the week. your face, the color of your hair, count exTuggle, of Mansfield, 111., these are men who have had 12:45 a m John buildings. Will sell cheap if sold 2J iouth of Eastwhen it comes to getting a becoming Char- perience in the oil fields has Hugh McBee, at once. Jas. Landrum, Agent. ley been with his brother, coun- ern Kentucky. Tuggle, near Wabd, this Brodhead, Ky. "hone No. 8. remember, this Fall there is a great ty. The Rockcastle Real Estate Co. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoEce BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB. D Casper Livesay, who has been is a new firm and the promoters deal of cheap hat-quali- ty being shown mail matter. as second-clas- s in France with Uncle Sams forces are Rev. H. T. Young, W. A. McThere will be a meeting at the in some stores So take the trouble to a year or more, is home and look-n- g Kenzie and C. D. Sutton. They PERSONAL Peoples Bank Monday night, expect to handle all classes of fine. you'll be glad later on. buy a good October 1st, for the purpose of Tom Johnson is moving to John Robins wason' Tuesday's property and no matter what you organizing a Business Men's Club Ohio train enroute to Corbin and Jelli-c- have to sell or want to buy, see for Mt. Vernon. Only business Come here and buy a to look after some business them and tell them your wants. Toe McKenzie has returned from if you Read their ad in this issue. Of- men are invited and the club will or a to be matters. Indianapolis, Ind. fice over W. A. McKenzie's res- be purely a Business Men's Club. Will Thompson is home from perfectly sure of the thing Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore were All business men are' invited. Harvard University for a few taurant. in Pine Hill Sunday. Such an organization is of vital for your head and remember Burdette, of the Brindle weeks. He will return soon to Eb We understand there has been importance to the business inter finish his course. these have stood the QUALITY Ride section, is very sick. considerable real estate dealing estsof the town and it is sincerely Mr. and Mrs.J.R. Cass and Mrs. in the Roundstone and Conwsty desired that all business men get Mrs. Robert Mize, who has been test for many years Monte Roberts and children of seetion recently. J. C. Caudill is in as charter members. Rememvery sick, is improving. were with Mrs. M. S. reported to have sold his farm, ber the date for the meeting and Jack Treadway is making ar- Brodhead, known as the old Stores place, to be on hand, at 8 o'clock p m. rangements to move his family Durham, Thursday. a Mr. Mclntyre and J. C. Miracle to Terre Haute, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Durham There will be a pie supper at Jack Mayfield, of Cincinnati and children, of Campbellsville, sold his place at Roundstone, Rose Hill church tomorrow night ALL AROUND THE THE CASH STORE were with were with Fred Durham and fam- known as the William Wood farm August 30th: Proceeds to be and J.S.Gott, of Berea, CORNER BETWEEN WHERE QUALITY to Mr. Caudill. Each place is in used in repairing the building. ily Saturday until Tuesday. W R. Gott yesterday. THE BANKS, COMES FROM, County Road Engineer and the five figure class and some of Dick Morris will soon have the Miss Louise Hysinger visited laud in the county. t crusher and bins ready to start Miss Bessie Shivel at Brodhead Mrs Chas. F. Bradbury have WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW, returned from a two weeks visit crushing for the toad. during the Brodhead Fair. NOTICE Russel Nicoley has been sick with relatives in western Ken To All Road Overseers: Correction: In the list' of fi'ce last Thursday with fever. tucky. A GREAT REMEDY, special consideration to this matrYour road must be worked and prize winners at the Mt Vernon The new Fall Book of woolenl Dr. Walker Owens leaves toHe is reported much better. I your report filled by October 1st. Fair, we reported Mrs. G. C. samples from Taylor the Tailor is The merits of Chamberlain's ter and each of them has answArthur Cooper is at- Camp Dan day for Louisville and Southern All who fail to have their road Fish first and Mrs. J. C. Moore on display at Fish's. Get your Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy are ered that he has issued the necesatiol Boone for the week, attending Indiana, and while away will work done and report made by second on jellies. This should measure lasen now ana and appreciated. but sary instructions and has taken the annual meeting of the Y. M. tend the Indiana State Fair at In that time, their claims will be re- have been reversed, Mrs. Moore suit ready when the leaves begin there is occasionally a man who steps to provide as much equipdianapolis. His work will be to fall. (' A. had no acquaintance with them ment as possible to -- adequately taken care of by Dr. Byron Ow- jected and the overseer dealt with first and Mrs. Fish second. Claud Frederick was here from Mr.and Mrs R.A.Swinford cele- should read the following by F. care for the travel as far as its according to law. All overseers ens. The Ladies Aid Society of the H mil ton, Ohio, last week. He must report all land owners who Brodhead Christian church will brated their golden wedding day H. Dear, a hotel man at Dupuy volume can be anticipated. The Peter Shutts and daughter, I do not was recently discharged from the cleared meet at the residence of Mrs. W. on August 26th, with their seven er, Mont. "Four years ago 1 arrival within the next two weeks have right-of-waMiss Mabel, of Danville, 111. are off arnry. children, Mrs: Mary Evans, Mrs. used Chamberlain's Colic and of the First and Third Army Dias provided by law, and such A. Carson Wednesday afternoon, with relatives here and in the S J. Moore, M. V. Swinford, L. F. Remedy land owner who fails to comply, September with such visions from France will require Dave Craig has given up his 3rd at 2:30 o'clock. Swinford, Mrs. J. 0. Wood, Mrs. Ciarrhoea county for a few days. Mr. will be issued and they Every member is urged to be L. & N. at Cor-l- i warrant wonderful results that I have a large number of cars and there position with the Shutts reports a dry season will be tried according to law. W. G. Mullins and J. S. Swinford. since recommended it to my is also still a very heavy moveand is back with Sutton & among present. the farmers of his section. There were several other mem- friends. McBee. ment of discharged soldiers from Rockbastle Road Committee, Mr. and Mrs Marion Abney, NOTICE. bers of the family present. Cam Mullins, County Judge camps to their homes which takes W. R. Gott is back from Hot and Mr. and Mrs Ash, of HamilWalker D.Hines, Director Gen- up a great deal of space in pasAmong the guest were Mrs C. A. and Chairman. Notice is hereby given to all Springs and says he feels like a ton, Ohio, are visiting relatives eral of Railroads today authorized senger equipment, but all equip new man. Democrats of Rockcastle County Estridge, of West Point; Miss and near Disputanta. They were the following: In view o? the ment that the Troop Movement . Conductor Russel Thompson that on Saturday, the 30th day Rev.. Mr.. H.L. Ponder,t of Gaulev. Geo. Rogers and famity, of here yesterday with Mrs. John who on the regular run be- of August 1919, a meeting will be Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Swinford re- (extraordinary heavy travel antici Section can possibly spare has is Richmond, were with the Hysing Abrams and Mrs. Isaac Harvey, tween Louisville and Corbin. ceived some nice presents, and pated over Labor Day, it is urged shot er family near town during the of that section. The party mo and killed a man by the name of held in the Circuit Court 100m in after the gocd dinner which every that the Public, if desiring to been assigned to the Labor Day Traffic. Arrangements have also Vernon, Ky., at two o'clock Fa.r. tored from Hamilton and report Mitchell at Crab Orchard Monday Mt. one enjoyed the party met around travel over Labor Day, make their been made to supply extra baggage p. m., for the purpose of selectMrs. C. A. Ghandler.of London, the roads fine. night. A number of eye witness- ing delegates to attend the Dem- the family altar and were led in traveling arrangements including men at all large centers and other and Mrs. Minnie Harbison, of the purchase of railroad and points where congestion might Miss Nannie Dowell, the at- es saw the trouble and each one ocratic State Convention to be prayer by Rev. H. L- Ponder. Knoxville, will arrive this after- tractive daughter of Mr. and says sleeping car tickets, as far in ad- occur; also extra ticket forces that Thompson acted in self held in Louisville, Ky., on SeptFor Sale. Registered Duroc vance as possible, so as to avoid have been arranged. noon to visit Mrs. E. S. Albright. Mrs Raymond Dowell, of the defense and did nothing more than ember 4th, 19 19. hogs, sow, one gilt and two adding to the congestion which Mrs. Cleo Brown went into Rose Hill section, and Mr. Rosuoe any other man would . have done August 22nd, 1919. boars: Spring farrow, Famous usually occurs at this period. As Louisville Monday to attend the Tompkins, of Corbin, were mar- under the same circumstances This I Walker Owens, Orion Colonel stock. Ribbon win- far as possible everything that Post Master's Convention which ried at the home of the bride last Mitchel belonged to C o 1 e y ' s Chm. Democratic Co. Com. ners at the Mt. Vernon Fair. met there Tuesday and Wedne?-da- week. Mr. Tompkins has ajgood Showsy the bunch which were in can properly be done has been For Infants and Children W. H. MiLLER done to care for the expected In Use For Over position with the L. & N at Cor- Mt. Vernon two weeks ago, Brod- A TRAVELING MAn EXPERIYears heavy travel ovor Labor Day. Always bears ENCE. Rev. Wesley Abney, of Hamil- bin and they will live there. head lasf week and at Crab Orch-arv the Several weeks ago our Regional ton, Ohio, has been visiting his fOR FLETCHER'S this week. Mitchel, his wife Vou may learn something from Signature of Directors were asked to give LOCAL people in this county during the and another man boarded the the following by W. H:J Ireland, a He is doing well in Ham- week train at Louisville. Between them traveling salesman of Louisville Court will adjourn tomorrow. ilton. they had two tickets, and because Ky. "In the summer of 1888 If it is quality and style you they were not able to get by, be- I had a severe attack' of cholera Judge and Mrs. R. G. Williams arrived this morning to visit the wantr-g- o to Fish's for that new ing drunk besides, resolved to morbus. I gave the hotel porter kill Thompson before they left the fifty cents and told him to buy Judge's mother, Mrs. Mary Wil- Fall outfit. liams, and other relatives. They The more good, sound advice train Several passengers heard me a bottle of Chamberlain's aW Bm JH Bk em BSttBS B drove through. you give some people the less Mitchell say that he would get Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. Thompson at Crab Orchard. Prof. John D. McFerron, of they think of you. When the train stopped ThompWildwood, Fla., who was with School days are here, get the son came out to help his passenvacahis folks here during his children ready. Bring them to gers off and as he entered the ves AT A BARGAIN v. x tion, has returned home. John Fish's and get them shod. '" m ?Sesi.. M R. K tibule Mitchell was standing there is making good in the Southland. Rev. Johnson, of Jackson coun and without a word opened fire, A good farm of 128 acres; 40 Ivan Roberts and Ray Clontz ty has been holding a revival at but both shots fired by Mitchell acres in timber, good 6 room cota are in London this week running Cove scool house this week. iBvt'HiBfcalBBBKBP went wild, yet Thompson's face tage, fairly good barn, good cisT' " jitnevs" for the Bryant Garage. 5aaTaTaTaTaraT aBt fc. Joe S. Boggs, of Richmond, is was badly powder burned from tern and outbuildings good orchwent Mrs. Roberts and children one of the shots. Thompson ard, i four room tenant house, along and are visiting relatives the new Commissioner of Roads, succeeding Rodman Wiley, re- promptly returned the fire, one good coal mine, 4 bank cars, there. shot going wild, the other passing blacksmith shop and all equipsigned. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hoskins, of through the body near the hart ments for getting out coal; have a You can reduce the high cost London and Corbin, have been and causing death a few hburs good coal bin at Pine Hill that with his father on Copper Greek, of living by being very particular later. Mitchell was drunk and holds 50 tons of coal. This is They spent about what you get for what you had caused disturbance all the a good stpck farm, about go for a few days. Monday with County Clerk and pay. The best is the cheapest in way from Louisville and had beare in a class by themselves easily the acresunder fence. The farm has VJfVSSk am h CAMELS he long run. Mrs. bowman. come so infuriated at Thompson grown up some and needs some the most likable cigarette you The new cqges For the county because he (.Mitchell) had to pay repairs. Will sell this farm one-hal- f ever smoked. You can prove "that ! Simply compare Mrs. Asher Cummins and W. jail have been installed and once his tra(n fare instead of being r D. Payne left yesterday for North 1 with any cigarette in the worldat cash, th'e balance on time. Camels puff-by-pu-ff for the first time in many years, able to beat it as he and his pals Salem, Ind., to visit their mother, I also have a good pair of aged any price 1 Put quality, flavor, and cigarette satis G. G. Sowder. Their broth- Rockcastle has a decent place to had planned, that he had worked mules, wagon and harness. I Mrs. , faction to the utmost test! er, Joe Payne, of Columbus, O., keep its criminals. The old dun- himself up to the point where he am using them on the farm. Will Camel mra told everyfc geon on the first floor has been was willing to take Thompson's selLthem at a bargain. Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter bow where in aciantificaJly sealed will join them there for a visit. packagea of 20 cigarettea or liberally you smoke them ! The expert blend of choice Turkish converted into a coal house and life without a moments warriing. sC tenpackagea 300 cigareitea) If you want to buy some Vernon, Cox, oldest ton of Mr. the cages are on the second floor. This he and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so in a attempted to do but in Mt. Veftonr see me Every carton. We atrongly recomyet so fascinatingly amooth and mellow-miland Mrs. Robert Cox, while cut' Ju dge Cam Mullins is very much Thompson was too nervy and too before you buy. I.am wanting to mend thia qarton for the enjoyment time you light one you get new and keener tins' wood Tuesday missed his pleased with the conditions around home or oMce aupply or aua oeai me wouia-D- e as- trade some with someone, so now the big toe on the the court house and jail and has sieauy when you travel. lick and cut Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any sassin in his desperate attempts. is your time. left fool almost entirely off. It every reason for feeling so. It Thompson took his R. J. lUyaaUa Tobacco Co. unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are -train on into . WiMteSalea, N. C P. L. McFERRON, . .,, painful and ugly wound, has been the general talk for sev- Corbin and was a enjoyable. then returned to StanMt. Vernon, Jyv but we understand he is getting eral years that Rockcastle would ford and surrendered. The re. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in.-S"along nicely. many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, have to have a new jail and such mains of Mitchell, whose home is Elijah Hopkins has bought the premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I Ray Poynter, son of J. M. would have cost not less than said to be,,in. Texas, were buriad Harve Bowman place on Boone Poynter, of Jamestown, Ind., $20,000, but with the present im- at Crab Orchard Wednesday. A way between hereand Brodhead with his family, Were visitors of provements, it wilt be many years number of passengers with whom .from Geo; Clontz. kMr. Clontz Mm laraY Waar Tami .a. his uncles, W. M. and Dave 'before . Rockeastle. will needV -- any ' we have talked, and some who bosght this for $r,7oo thiijsprmg .. i inil iuou its lriA and family, last week. uciici jau tnn auo has. uuuSojWere eye witnesses are unani-Mulli- and got $2,000, also the growing Poynter " kmarnM aW and his Fiscal Court are mous in their support' and de- - crop.- - , ' ; The Indiana Poynters are farmaaV Ckt km. aW. mMmmkmJL ST& Sk M ers and like the majority of Hoos-ie- r to be commended for doing that fense of Thompson, whom' ,they Wk farmers, are reaping a rich which should have been uuuw say aia uotning more than he ".ww laaiMMv - ' mftiy years ago. 'had to do. a9MmmW reward for their labors. Mt. Vernon Signal Dr. Chesnut is driving a new fliver to day. 1 I "79 Two Weeks From To-daWhere d, You will be wearing our FALL HAT the-Hia- tt HAT? Try us a The hat And Cin-cinnr- hat ti, o SWAN KEITH want right BRING THE BOYS HERE FOR THEIR HATS laCrPEnS the-bes- - .j, S' y 1 - -- y. CASTOR 30 A d eA STOfilA Ohliaren cttf Gia&&k J JK0f FOR SALE X' i2S -- good-propert- y full-bodi- ed, glaaeine-faper-cover- ed d. 1 ' O V -- 1 ns cnmarev off f- I t ( 'W mWm'Wm 'm '( " S1V P jJf JTaLaw.CSZaw3ii3am.Jr '- - $$ J- - 4 ..? j. ., " v IS - wW"-- r - 3jT F AVilMMMy? v j- - ;wyv. T 'TRTT -- ' --- V1 vr r S . VJ ; MMffeiMMUtfUMlMMUfi-'at. ii ' M ... i , ..,.-- .., ritfuitffii , yy r. - tvi--- .. u f tx-- C, I AFTER WAR ACTIVITIES OF THE I 4 ST . toai stfd LUCKY STRIKE cigarette It's toasted to 1 crease the good, in1 US AMERICAN RED CROSS THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING Promotes Public Health Nursing in communities where none Is established. Organizes classes in Home Hygiene, and Care of the Sick and In Die-- t NOTICE! To the taxpayers of Rockcastle County You are hereby notified your Tax for the year 1919 is now due. You will please meet me or one of my Deputies at the following named dates and places : Monday t Sept, tectlcs. Encourages girls to take training to fit them to be nurses. Enrolls'nurses. THE DEPARTMENT OF : TvV": m . . vv I wholesome flavor of the Kentucky Burley tobacco. A regular man's smoke and MILITARY RELIEF. Trains men and boys, women and girls in the prevention of accidents. Organizes and conducts classes In First Aid and Life Saving. Arouses public opinion to the values of "safety first" and prevention of disease through personal and community hygiene. Gives instruction in rules governing , the conduct of Red Cross classes In First Aid. THE DEPARTMENT OF JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP. Organizes children for community activities through school auxiliaries. Furnishes relief for suffering children in all parts of the world by contributing a 'part of membership fees. THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVILIAN RELI5F. Provides aid for families of soldiers, sailors and marines. Helps returned soldiers, sailors and marines. Organizes and gives family social service, for a temporary period, In communities which have no other agencies to perform such service. Administers disaster relief. Provides an information service which makes available knowledge of facilities offered by the government and private agencies. Encourages community organization to meet the common needs of a locality. . . Tuesday, Wednesday, " u 41 41 11 41 2, 3, lt Thursday, Friday, Saturday Monday 4, Livingston Precinct, " , Walnut Grove " Brown Pine Hill Red Hill Livingston, Wm. Kirbyfs Store Level Green P.O. Pine Hill 5, 6, 8, 9, N. & S. Brodhead " Brush Creek Precinct u Powers Crooked Creek Mullins Station Brodhead Orlando P.O. Tuesday Wednesday 44 44 Thursday Friday Saturday Wildie Henry Wood's Store " Round Stone Conway 44 " Scaffold Cane J3, G.V.Owens Store East and West Mt. Vernon at Sheriff's Office 44 n, n, 10, " Ward's Store Solly Griffin high standard this .bank st for itself in the' conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness. We should like to number you amoutig our patrons. PEOPLES BANK THE THE RED CROSS carrying to a conclusion service to soldiers, sailors and marines still in camps and hospitals at home and abroad. (Vis relieving the suffering of civilians in foreign countries with donations of clothing materials, (lis TIP LANGFORD, S.R.C. Crime Reduced By Eliminating Saloons. Reports From Wet Covington Show 40 Per Cent. Fewer Arrests'in July 1 91 9, Than Wet July a Year Ago. food and medicines and sending medical and nursing aid to such How Are You Going to countries. RED CROSS ANNOUNCES Keep'Em onthe Farm? ANSWER: ITS ANNUAL CAMPAIGN FOR FUNDSJD CALLED HER FAMILY HOP I just e carry out Its oblithe report of Commissioner of gations in countries and to launch Us peace Public SafetyTheodoreKluemper, program at home, the Amer- a reduction of 89, or nearly 40 per ican Red Cross will conduct its cent, from the number of arrests annual campaign for members and Forty persons funds between November 3 and No- in July I918 vember 11, Armistice Day. Fifteen were arrested on vagrancy warmillion dollars is the national quota, rants in Tuly 1918, and two were asked in addition to 1,920 members. b?fore the couit on the same apMacKenzie R. Todd has been pointed campaign manager for Ohio, charge in i9l9 Indiana and Kentucky, the three For June 1919. the arrests in states of the Lake Division, by D. C. Dougherty, acting manager of the Di- Covington totalled 421. Of this vision. Mr. Todd is now in Cleveland number I82 were accused of working on plans for the drive at the drunkenness and 139 with either general campaign headquarters. conduct or being Mr. Todd has appointed campaign dihordeily managers for the division R. P drunk and disorderly. For the Grant, Ohio State Manager; Clarence Stanley, Indiana State Manager, and month of July 19 19, the drunks John R. Downing, Kentucky State numbtred seventeen and the othRevs. Grubb and Ponder have Manager. er two classes of offenders sixty-fiv- e. TO war-tim- Arrests in the police court of MEMBERS Covington for the month of July 19 1 9, totaled 138, according to With Electric Lights Delco-Ligh- ts Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy When Delco Light 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. 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. Dalco Light so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every membsi of the family.,1 E WE LL TO kf, HER BEDSIDE closed a protraoted meetihg at Mt. Pisgah.- - -- Misses Mary and Easter Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, EXECUTIVES Six Ymts Ttlikkf She Might Die, Says Tesas Lady, Bat Now Skc Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardni For Her RecoYery. EoyM City, Tex Mrs. Mary Kil-xna- n, of this place, Bays; "After the 'birth of my little girl... my side com. mesoed to hurt me. I had to go hack to bd. We called the doctor. He treated me... hut I got no better. I fot iron e and worse until the misery vu unbearable... I was In bed for J- - thre months and suffered such agony that I vu just drawn up In. a knot. . . I told my husband If he would get me bottle of Cardul I would try It. . . I commenced taking It, however, that ere&lng I called my family about me... for I knew I could not last muLf days uIm I had a change for i&r Lake Division ACTING C. Dougherty calls to the fact that Congress recently prolonged the responsibilities of the Red Cross the better. That was sir years ago abroad when it authorized the transfer to the Red Cross of such medical and I am still here and am a well, anil surgical supplies and supplemenstrong woman, and I owe my life to tary and dietary foodstuff now in EuCardui. I had only taken half tha rope as are not needed by the army abroad or at home. These the Red bottle when I began to feel better. Cross Is to administer to relieve, and The misery In my side got less... I supply the pressing needs of the councontinued right on taking the Cardni tries involved in the war. While many Americans may believe until I hadJtaken three bottles and I that Red Cross foreign obligations are did not need any more for I was well at an end, Dr. Livingston Farrand, and never felt better in my life... I Geoigia, spent Thursday with chairman of the central committee of have never had any trouble from that Mrs. Alfred Barnes. Mrs. Clontz, the American Red Cross, calls attention to the fact that our Allies suffered day to this." of Mt. Vernon, is visiting her far more hardships with war than did Do you suffer from headache, backdaughters, Mrs. Amanda Hasty we and that we have incurred obligations which honbr demands shall be ache, pains in sides, or other discomand Mrs. Green Cox, and her son, discharged, Mr. Porter's prediction that afforts, each month? Or do you feel Dump Clontz, at this place. The territory of and, furthermore, the vast ter next January saloons would the far east, cut off from weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo, saw mill that has been sawing aid during the war, has looked to be "known in America no more give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a for several months near Mr. Mat America since the cessation of hostilforever" was roundly applauded , ities. J. 71 trial. Cromer has been moved on the The Red Cross is now turning its and his story of some of his own ridge one half mile distant from attention to home needs and has observations of the ruin wrought worked Mr. Cromer's and will saw the service, out a program covering home by liquor was told in a striking nursing, preparation for dislumber to' erect a large tobacco aster relief and a Junior Membership. and dramatic manner. He to Id "Service to Americans" will be a how war time prohibition had re barn to store away the tobacco Red Cross sloganheliceforth. D. e 1 spent from Thursday until Saturday with relatives at this place Mrs. Carmical and Mrs. Elmer "Baker, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with Clara Carmical and children at this place. The 12 year old son, of a Mr. Bullock, of near this place, was thrown from, a horse last Thursday and.se verely hurt. Homer Carmical is in Louisville. Robert Harmon, who got hrrt seveial days ago .by a piece of lumber falling on him, is, able to be out again . Mrs. Ed Barnes and little daughters, Salhe and The at the AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE wide PEACE TIME RED CROSS which DETAIL PUNS figures were made public headquarters of the State- and of bringing your home up.to-datof giving your wife and family a real home, with lights, bath, running water, etc., get in touch with e If you are desirous Prohibition is collecting from all the formerly wet chits of Kentucky with a view to what effect on crime the elimination of prohibithe saloons by war-timtion has had. Members of the Kentucky Sunday School Association in session at Ashland are solemnly warned by I. Sherman Porter, publicity director of the Federation, of the danger ol apathy in regard to adopting the state prohibition amendment at the election November 4. so that in the event the wets succeed in the contest of the National amendment, saloons might not "again be turned loose on the boys of Kentucky. " Federation, information Webb's Drug Ky. Store Livingston, .. . - a ... f . - 1!!;! ?! !::. '. - We . GROCERIES MEAT, ut LARD, Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Carry a Full Line of a Including . Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. s FLOUR and in fact everything that is kept in an up-t- date Grocery MEAL o V ? DryGoods 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, - t XI r i t" READ AND Sk Advertise IN ..& 8 v crop that Spark's Company has raised at thisplace. We are having some very ;pfc'asant weather ar this time. Wfil up you Xev-e- l Green ancTwitbers correspondents and lets hear from you again This is a busy lime with all peo pie but any of us can take time to write a letter once a week if we duced the number of t arrests in "Service to Americans" formerly wet towns 39 to 80 per will be the Red Cross slogan cent, and said it was not likely henceforth.. the people would want to return to the old conditions. AN OLD FAULT FINDER. An irritable faulttefiaderdiST fPROPBRLY FITTED position caused by hi diis-oft- " CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street On lIMHIflU in im wwy wwwww ::; .' Z 1 i Ii Z Z 1 t only think so. i h XXI SIGNAL . C. C. Bank-o- f ATTORNEY-AT-L-A- William W MT.VEENON.KY. manwith goed dithat act- regularly is usually good natujed. When troubled with indigestion qr constipation take, Chamber-aiu'- s gestion. A gestion and bow els - . 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