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Mount Vernon signal: September 12, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919091201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 12, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DISCOLORED SPOTS Oft frfMj&j v'. l IS K A PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY il il idG 11 11 1 If r,T,'3i;f, ESTABLISHED" iii i? niiii ' J887 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1919 VOLUME XXXII MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE u. NUMBER 51 Hardy Boys Pertinent Points In Democratic Platform r 4 Need Hardy Clothes Moat boyH piny just about twice as hard as they study. It's tins natural outlet for their surplus energy. 2 While every "daddy" likes to see it "mother" knows what it means to the faintly pocketbook. We've never been able to find a suit that wouldn't wear out. but the est thing to it, is near- one of our Worsted Norfolk's at $15.00. SUTTON & McBEE "One Price to All' MT. VERNON, KY. THE C L U Til C II A FT STORK IN THIS TOWN The Rockcastle SEAL ESTATE Company Does not want you to buy something that ou do not want Indorsement of Democractic National Administration. Indorsement of the League of Nations without amendments. Maintainanceof American institutions free of the parasite that jL monaco civilization in Europe. Recommendation of laws, both in State and Nation, glvlngW, possible aid to soldiers and sailors who fought to make tho "wqnfi safe for democracy' and to provide suitable maintenance for tho dependents of those who gave their lives. Declaration that party pledges in State havo been redeemed. Urges expansion and extension of the common school system in State; bottor salaries for teachers; creation of a nonpartisan State Textbook Commission; further efforts to eradicate illiteracy; development of vocational education and plan to make every schoolhouse a community center. Establishment of a Department ofLabor; strengthening of 'the child labor law; safer working conditions; better sanitation; better housing conditions; closer supervision of factory and shop and proper educational facilities for all who toil. Careful revision of present taxing laws to the end that may be speedily corrected. - t,V VJt.ntiir inrlnrcnmnnf. tf MW . .... 1in . -.- .... ...UlS,...M..W V,. rtrtnA rnnrlc, fnr nil ... .Qtntn Favors laws for improvement of farming conditions in order hat production may bo increased; provide better marketing facilities, and encourago hotter and more scientific farming. Would talto all public, charitable, eleemosynary and penal institutions out of tho realm of politics; favors selection of membersiof tho Board of Control from men and women in tho Stato of highest personal character without regard to political affiliation. Favors amendment removing from office any officer in the State uaviiiy u unsuiiur 111 uusiuuy uuu suiiuuuuug buiuu tu a uiuu, yiu- vided for by !9,8 Legislature. IndorVes'N'ario'naTonatale" prohibition "of"t"Ee manufact""'V sale of intoxicating liquors, and pledges party to frame laws ' fof its , enforcement. Indorses present Stato primary law. Indorses free suffrage of women on equal terms with men .4 ' Pledges State aid to all societies lighting disease. ( Favors laws to oncourage investment of capital in State to any.-de-foct- s 435 ACRES M0ISDH CDDNT7 .. VrtMO LAND AUCTION AT "v" I ' Wednesday, Sept. 24th IUMcnislaus Pike On m TU f 10 O'CLOCK THIS FARM WILL SELL FOR 1 1 T T JBJXUX U .WQL T 1" K.-U,-VVOOaS S XT 1 8 miles Richmond 4 miles Paint Lick Long frontage on pike. 7 miles Berea. -- ' I .v A brand new Another 6-room 2 SETS OF IMPROVEMENTS 6-room dwelling, 2 porches, cellar, cistern, new barn - develop oil fields. Pledge to reduce Slate debt and run the affairs of the Commonwealth ou a economical basis. T' 36x40, new garage and all outbuildings new. dwelling, porch, cistern. Two large barns, 40x120 and 44x20, 20 foot caves. Two concrete silos, 1 6x42. Can feed 100 head of cattle in each barn. 2 tenant houses. 25 acres in tobacco, 90 acres in corn, 40 acres meadow, balance in Blue'Grass. 100 AORES V1UGIN BLUE GiiASS SOD: This land is ready to "Punch", been, used for a stock farm, and grazed by big cattle BRODH EAD re-ce- nt -- fcs Misses Hazel and Sadie Neal Parrutt. of Mt. Vernon, wore visitors of their cousin, Miss . Ruth Frith. P. A. Shelton and We.havsomepropertKihat you wanjancL LaonardjEuckottwero jn Livings. ion oununy. wrs. a. i.. names is visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. B . Southard, at Stanford. Mrs. Ora Frith and daughter, Ruth, were in London Monday and m tnu )l!st m"'t m0!,t complete, Tuesday. Mrs. Frith was in the and in every way desirable homes in intirmary having her eyes treated Art. Vernon, This property is on Main street, ami and Miss Jinth was visiting her is priced to sell, uncle, Sam Pennington. Mrs. Barnes and daughters, Halla. A farm of 128 acres Mine Lizzie and Sallie Burdette and with one of the best Charlie Bussel visited Mr. and coal mines in the county located on it. The mine Mrs. Henry Anderson Sunday. is in good contition and is putting out coal every Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBeo '1 his mine would in a very short time, pay day, and Miss Margaret Sparks wero for the whole farm, at the price that we are offering down from Mt. Vernon Tuesday. to sell it. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Durham Htoro and good btook Dwelling and children, of Ravenna, are ot goods. A good dwell. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. ti. Aling. heated with natural gas, good outbuildings and bright and Mr. and Mis Owen a line" sulphur well in yard. All of this is on a lot (.bout Cass. The baby of Mr. and one acre in size, and is located at Boone, 3I miles from Berea. The present owner lias made enough money out Mrs. i,u Owens lias been very of this store, in a few years, to buy six hundred acres of sick for several days, Austin bottom land. His health has broken down and this prop- Sparks Durham was down from erty will bo sold.There.isJiid of 36ucjes Cltlami, with Mt. Vernon csuuday visiting relsplendid barn and a fair tenament house that wo can sell atives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter with this property. This is a fine opportunity to make money. I.et us givo you the prices. Smith and little daughter, Evelyn, " of Winchester, were with Mrs. A house and six aore.s of laud LancJ Smiths' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mnrotburg that is priced in Jim Owens, later part of last cheaper than anything else, of its kind, on our list. week. Mrs. J. T. Lawrence is A good house, good barn and on the sick list this week. Mrs. plenty of room, located in A. J. Piko and son, Goebel, are West Mt.Vornon, that can bo bought right if sold within visittug Mr. and Mrs. Bon Pike a fow days. and Mr. and Mrs. John Evaus in A flU'm of 8 ncros' a fnrm of 30 ,lcl'c Detroit. 3Ir. and Mrs. Ola Baker a farm of 140 acres, a farm of 70 acres. wore down from Mt. Vernon These are among the best farms in this county. Monday on business. They wil probably locato here. Mrs. 9"" ,of ho it&t sQtof Albright will bo our milliner m Rockcastle acres. and expects to havo her fall openA good house, rich ing soon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy garden, new barn, well located Wilson returned to their homo in and everything in good condition. On Richmond Illinois after a weeks visit with street and priced whore wo are suto that It will sell quick. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Wilson and T tn0 V0ly l)e3t building lots in i'omo other relatives and friends. Mr. Mt.Vornon, priced so that you can afford and Mrs. B. A. Yadon are visitto buy nud build on them, ing relatives in Louisville and attending tho State Fair. Mrs. Other good property that is not described hero. Jacob Eldor is in Louisville this We have to change our adds for each issue of tho papors week. Miss Elizabeth Edwards, carrying thorn. We list property every day. Watch of Kiclimond, is the guest of her next week's Signal for sales that we aro closing now. cousins, Misses Miranda Tate, Hazel and Nina Albright- .- Mrs. Ollie Sturgeon and daughter ENOS SPENCER. Pre.. Ltda June, aro State Pair visitors. CHAS. G. HAKRlS.Viw.Pre!, R.aUNDSEY.SecV. Mrs. O. W. Turpin has returned trom a two weeks visit with relatives at Richmond. A. M. Hi.it is at the Stato Fair. Miss Anna Mae Forsce visited her parents r In Owonton from FrKlay until A RBSULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING Monday. She was accompanied 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Potoffico LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY as far as Louisville by her sister, Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students Miss Henrietta Porsoe. Albert ftcura Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. Jarrott, who inu been with the BUT .,., WB HAVE FOB SALE HOME FARM Cod "STORE a HOUSE HOUSE gam FARMS STOCK Farms HOUSE f''8 Brad-tor- d Navy for more than two years and is stationed at Norfolk, Va., is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jarrett, for a weeks visit. Miss Prankie Sprowell will enter Langdon Memorial at Mt. V.ercfon Monday. Dr. WiSr McWilllams was in Mt. Vernon Monday.' Mrs. A. M. Hiatt and daughter, Doiothy Vernon, spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Boguo Smith, in tho Hiatt sec tion. -- Mrs. Sallie Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, attended the burial of Mr. Tilden Frith, Tuesday. Samuel jTilden Frith, ago 43 years, oldest child ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frith, deceased, and brother of Maurice and C. II. Frith of this place, died at his homo at Parsons, Tenn., at 9:30 oclocic Saturday morning and was brought hero and laid to rest in tho Methodist church cemetery Tuesday afternoon. He is survived by a wife and nine children. Mr. Frith was married to Miss Ewell Tharp, who proceeded him to the grave several years ago, and to this uuion was born eight children, Mrs. Roberta Laws, and Otis Frith of Louisville, Hugh Lee, of Jackson, Ola, Roy, Thelma, and Theopolis of Parsons. Ho was lnarrjed InlojLR.io Mrsf Ella Renfro, of Tennessee, and to them was born one child, lUswortli. snort services were conducted at the gravo by Kev Wo extend our L N. Bowling. sympathy to all. Mrs. John Robins received the following letter from J. S. Hilton, Scc'y-Treof tho Christian Church Widows and Orphans Homo: Vir-gi- o as. "tP,1 -- JU jil Watered by 4 ponds, springs and Silver Creek. Everlasting water in every field. KNOWN AS THE JOHN POWFCKS FARM. Long frontage on piko. Will be subdivided and sold in tracts of GO acres to 150 acres. Just to suit the purchnrers. Land is level and rolling and very fertile. In good neighborhood and close to schools and churches and markets, Look over the land before day of sale. Doc Hendren at the farm will show it to you, or II. G, Woods, Cashier Peoples Hank at Paint Lick. Remember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SELLS" and always oilers something good. Also remember this land will be sold without reserve, by bid or limit. . AN ABSOLUTE SALE. SOMEBODY MAY GET A BARGAIN, Buyers at Swinebroad's Sales get a square deal. For further particulars see Doe Hendren, R. G. Woods, or r-S fc-nH- -- WH v "1 dt di LANCASTER, KY. or W. E. MOS3, Adv. Mgr., BOLIVAR BOND, Auctioneer &&mf9f9mmmmmmmmmmmmmm9 TV4 4 4 VIMi Tho Real Estate Man T 4. s & TVTTVr XTTV L 4SfTTV r 3cr g OTS ! tkMmmm Commercial Schools r Dear Sister Robins: We wero greatly rejoiced today to receive your fine letter of the 4th enclosing $loo 00 for the new Orphans Building from the Ladies Aid Society of tho Brod head Church. This Is all the more appreciated because it comes unsolicited and I assure you it reaches us at an opportune timo because our building Is well on its way and is to cost $65.ooo.oo instead of $50,000.00 as wo at first estimatod. Wo havo pretty close to $60,000.00 of tho amount needed. I will see that a uoto about this oflorlng goes to tho Bulletin. Ploase to thank in our behalf all tho ladies for tlioir interest and love. With best wishes, I am Yours very truly, Louisville, Ky. Sept. 5, 1919 THE high standardin this bank set for itself 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 amouug our patrons. PEOPLES BANK 8 8 5! J. S. Hilton, Sec'y-Treas. P y i TVTTvr-- np Tvsnrrvr 4 i-- ri 4 S ncz tl J 4. ....an" M t. Vernon Signal FhidaV, Sept. is, 1919 SCHOOLS OPEN Langdon Memorial Children Cry for FJetcfien's DUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE! ! SJ100I .Memorial Langdon Published every Friday by opened Wednesday. The enroll, EDGAR S. ALB RIG I, 7. year is tho biiihl SUBSCRIPTION ONR YKAR $1.00 ment for this in the history of this splendid Advertising rates tnaae known on institution. The girls are coin ing in on every train and many application have applied for whom there is She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, Our excellent school no room MKMBRKOP in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION has for the tlrsttime the ontm faculty of tho preceding ye.ir. sonal supervision since its infancy. CcACSUv, Allow nn nnfi tn itaeelvn 3t In ttile. This indicates that thu teachers All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but aro pleased with tl.c work and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of with that Miss Stewart is pleased Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. her faculty. We proJict a I year for Langdon school. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It is with unstinted appreciation Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains that wo seo and know the thorough neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its work accomplished by Miss Anna age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Mrs. Ora Frith, of Brodhead. Belle Stewart and her faculty been in constant use for the relief cf Constipation, Flatulency, "Wiad Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising stopped hero here today on her and foi tunate indeed are thu detherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids wuy from London, Ky , to visit serving girls thi-who enter the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. her sister", Mrs. J. N Clark and school and reap the benefits of The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. AlissKlora Pennington. Miss Ce- its gii'dancu and training. Tho celia Hlanford, of Mathews, Ky., personal of tho student body GENUINE ALWAYS is visiting bur cousin, Miss I'JIla grows bettor with each year. Mao Ulanfonl this week. T. J. May we havo it uvor with us jBears the Signature of Sirgleton is in Paris, Ky , this Miss Ethel Huyse has . week Vernon Graded been sick this week but is better at this wiiting. James and Higfi'School BroyJes and son of Level The Graded and County High Green stopped here on their way School opened Monday with to Covington to visit her sister, every reason to believe it will be Mrs. R. B. Sams. Mrs. W. M. the best school in its history. The Kind You Have Always Bought bams and daughter have return-e- Prof Lyon, after a years 's war THK CCNTAUN COMPANY. NKW. VOMK C IT V. from Piaeville, where she had service, is again with us as prin been to visit her sister, Mrs. cipal. Wo feel sure he is the Sanies Thompson, who has been logical man for tho place. His K find MhsaAnn&K. Bauh, of Berea. leadersWpj and- dibtfpUw; at. "HellafcT, "dnMETVfirnon," is liere as Eug- - rriaETiig unfeaouable" 'pfo1itS'OiT TiistructorHrS. teacher for our boys and girls any article they carry thoy should this week doing some carpenter has been tried and tested and lisli. ' Miss Nannio Barnett, of Hart bereported to the community or work for Dr.W.T.Amyx and J. T. not found wanting. We trust Jones. J. B.Jones who has been he will have tho earnest support ford. Instructor H. S. French. Htn Cost of Living Committee History. and" havo the case investigated quite sick fur some time is able and hearty of the aud Miss Myrtle Bryant, Mt. Ver- lf.'it is profiteering, that drives to leave his room. Bon Hellard student body and tho citizenship non, Teacher 7th and 8th Grades. It busiues from our county. has purchased a house and lot of of our town and county. Prof. MUs Ruth Mullins. Mt. VerProf. Lee Webb, price paid $1,000. Lyon's message given at the non, Teacher 5th and Oth Grades. should be stopped for the gen of our citizens. Mr. and Mrs. David Herron, of opening of tho school was Inspir-in- s Mr. John Lair. Mt. Vernon, oral welfare Cincinnati, was here a few days and convincing of the genuine Teacher 4tli Grade. ago visiting Mrs. Herron 's par- and wholesome purpose of his Third grade teacher to bo supents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Maguise. work. Miss Stewart was pres- plied. We failed to get the item at the ent as usual, giving her earnest Miss Edith Phillips, of Wildio. proper time, but Mr. Herron de- and loyal support to school work. Teacher 2nd Grade. Miss Georgia McForron, Mt. serves all that we can say good Her address was greeted with STOCK FARM, consisting of Vernon, Teacher 1st Grade about them, and he is a man after enthusiasm Judge L- W. 268 acres. our own heart, wo mean 100 per can 'always be depended The tendency to buy goods worsli of timber on cent democrat. Judge Cam Mul upon in matters educational. from mail order houses is on the $3 000 place, 50 acres of fine hot-toJin.s and the engineer was in our His presence and his speech increase. Many such houses are fanning land, ".vliicli will little town last week trying to was much appreciated. Tho Hooding the county with cataproduce 75 bu. corn per acie. settle how the piko is to cross the large attendance of students aud logues and pictures. It is fascin point to a successful ating to order and receive things Well fenced and watered. railroad tracks and Round Stone. patrons Our idea is that one bridge will years work. from tho city. This is either a Following is the faculty: suffice for both the railroad and loss to tho purchaser and our The Real Estate Man creek, that is we believe it will D. H. Lyon, Prin., Instructor country merchants or we have start near the center of town and H. S. Mathematics and Science. profiteers in our midst. If any MT.VERNON, KY. land on the hill on opposite side. -- Mrs. J. M. Fouro has been quite sick for some time but is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Arnold, of West Virginia has been with relative here for the pafit few days and are now gone to .Wallens, Ky., for a few days. R. L Bray, of Wabd, and W.M.Bullock.of the Blue Springs section, was here Tuesday looking over '.he county and wo informed them that Livingston had them all beat a block. Mrs. O.W. Tur-pin- , of Brodhead, Miss Lizzie Edwards, of Richmond, Ky , stopped off here to vi?'i relatives on their way to Brodhead, Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Meadows acd children of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. V. P. Freeman and niece, of Pino Hill, spent. Saturday afternoon witn Mrs. X. H.Oliver on their way home from Irvine, Ky., where they were visiting. J. P. K. Drttmmond, of Knoxville, Tenn., is in Livingston looking after his business V. M. Baker, of Mt.Ver-nohere. was hero between trains Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Baker, Mrs. Fred Baker and J. W. Bakor, Jr., of Mt, Vernon, was hero between trains Monwhole market of motor cars, you will find no day. Henry Gentry, of Mt. VerSEARCH the closed car of the coupe or victoria type than non, Mrs. Matilda Woodall and new series Chandler coupe. Closed or open, as you may the Ben Hellard of this place are atdesire or the weather dictate, it is clean and cozy and luxuriously association at tending the comfortable in all seasons. Upholstered in finest quality silk-plu- sh Rev. Webb, of Mt. Vernon, and with dull silver finish, fittings designed in the best of was on yestordays train on route style, there is distinctive character in this car. to bnjdor, Ky., to attend the asThe Chandler coupe seats four in perfect comfort, or three sociation. Miss GeorgloMcCluro when the auxiliary chair is not in use. who has been at homo for a lew days returned to Stanford today Chandler closed cars, because they so clearly express the very where she will attend the teachart and skill and because they arc so best of the coach-maker- 's ers Institute. Mr. and Mrs. G. throughout the Fall Season. fairly priced, will be over-sol- d W. Murphy and children havo returned homo afterufow das Despite tho largest production In tho history of tho Chandler Company, tho demand for thu new series coupe will quickly consume tho production for visit with rolatlves near l&ist weeks to come. Your early order will bo a t.afeUuard against disappointment. Bornstadt, Ky. Sam Hellard has purchased a house and lot on SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Main streot from Ben Hellard; RoaJsttr, HT9S Touting Car, tlt95 Miss Jalette price paid if 800. Dhpaich Car, tISIS llmtuiiut, 1329S iDur'Paututer Coupt, tHVS Griffin lias returned homo to Mt. StVfn'PuHtHfr StJan, J1J9S AllK.,tf.:t CtntlamJ , Vernon after spending a few davs with Miss Ruth Painter. Mr.and Mrs.J.L. Hughes, of Cor Mn. visited relativns here Sun- day. Miss Mario Uutubo is attending school utStauford, Ky. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO Mrs.H.L.Cockrell visited rolatlves at Crab Orchard latter part of per-JV- ftT' THEY SPEAK FOR $8.50 THEMSELVES $15.00 to to z- -- Just-as-go- I What its CASTOR A LIVINGSTON i CASTORIA Mt. 2L&?&. Pm tocal-Mwcta- $12.00 In Use For Over 30 Years $18.00 d 3:ivifc-&rK5-vrrac."'-- a. - rtPT' Drummond Dry Goods Promoters Opposite Graded School of Quality LIVINGSTON, KY. FOR SALE FARM 241 ACRES Beth-uru- m Lincoln County see WHITE r CHANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor' LAND t AT AUCTION Tuesday, Sept. 23rd 100 'CLOCK 1 J Mile CRAB ORCHARD on Stanford pike, 8 miles Stanford om n, A Truly Charming Car, This New Chandler Coupe Cottage, Tobacco, Barn, Stock Barn, other outbuildings Beautiful yard and shade. 2 acres in tobacco, very fine ; 40 acres in corn, 30 acres meadow, 90 acres wheat stubble, balance in grass. 1 mile frontage on pike. Watered by 4 everlasting springs. Timber is locust, wild cherry and black walnut. Land level and gently rolling. A Tractor Farm. 6-Ro- Fair-vie- This iarm will Remember we sell worth the money, and "ALWAYS SELL". Look over this farm carefully. WE WANT YOU TO SEE ALL OF IT, then you will bid. Known as the Steele or Montgomery Farm. Will be subdivided and SOLD in three tracts. size farm you wanty large or small. You can buy the For further particulars, see tho owners on the farm, or S-wixiebroacL Strtm-fuutne- tour-fuiuut- j BRYANT BROS. t Real Estate The LANCASTER, KY. Man orW.E.MOSS,Adv.Mgr. last week. w tAoet r i MMH yv-- JmimiHaKK4imZii ' i rr-- ir TiTirAi dmmmmJiimmiiii Mt. Vernon Signal I..1 'VntNON, Kv, Sept. 12, 1919 Yo editor spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville. P. D. DoBord was, taken - to 7Q I 57 on wh.nT7' wnnt toCommunl J5 with HIONAL up"No.7" : I: . 2-- ' tJawSf LOUItVllLC 4HAtMVILLt n.R.CO. ' C2 tiorth' & - TIME TABLE. 5 45 8:35 jortti Jouth I as. pin am ?1 south 2i 12:35 1' m 12:45 a m Lakorum, Agent. .Phone No. 8. hiiiered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. I'onto'Bce u ftcond-oinB- i mall matter. PERSONAL T. N. Noe who Intel an accident with Ins foot is hotter. V. II. Fish spmit the week in Chicago buing goods. Mis Mnry Carter continues in u very feeble condition. Miss Rosa Gentry, of Whites-Lurg- , hu entered school hero. Quite 11 number of Mt Vernon ci.izons tiro at the Stute Fair this welc-Julian Miller will attend the ' School of Pharmacy at Uouisviye, tins winter. StLoui5!, was a of- - Miss Stewartguest don School. Mrs. R A: Simrks had as her guest this weolr,her sister, Airs. JJlss-Lyo.ryo- - ' Wobb,.QfLou.isvi!le. Miss Gtaco Griffin who is in ohing in Lincoln county is at li me for a short visit. Miss Eliza Landlord, who has linen very sick with typhoid for the past two weeks is better." Richard Cox is in Detroit where h" has a splendid position with the Kord Automobile Company. , Mrs. S. C. Franklin and son, TJt'rnard, spent last week with relatives in Winchester aud Lex-j- i -. ! gtan. " Mrs. MhrgnretM3iziflln1'of Green IJ ill is visiting her son, J. F. Griffin and daughter, Mrs. S. C. t II. C.Gentry, Jonas McKenzie, and J.'T. Meadows are attend' ing tho Baptist Association at Tairview, near Boone, this week. Cummins and Mrs. C. M. daughter, Mrs. Roy Roach, of Corbin, have been visiting Jerome Adams and C. H. White, By tho assistanco of Mrs. Minnie Merrick, who is convalesing from a severe attack of neuralgia, the Signal is enablo to appear on time. Mrs. Emma Chrlsterson, of Hnzard, Ky., was horo this week for a short visit to hor sister, Mrs. W. T. Davis and brother, James Rickets. Losjan Bryant, Ramoy Richards John Lair, W. T. ami Clias. L. ' Davis, C. C. Davis and Robert Fisli aro among ' those who aro attending the Stato fair. We are informed that F. R. Ashor has bought a form in Lincoln county. The people of Mt. Vernon regret to lose such people as Mr. nnd Mrs. Asher. Misses Annette and Neva Cox and Julia and Louiso Landrum spent a vory onjoyablo week-enlast week with Miss Louanna Whitehead at White- Haven farm. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sigmon, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adams. Mcsdames C. M. Cummins, Roy Roach, C. H. White and Miss Lola Mulllns motored to Crab Orchard Sunday. Mes-datues J'Vnnklin. A . I v s d - ' Judge and Mrs. R. G. Williams returned to their homo in Covington Sunday after a week's most pleasant stay in Mt. Vernon. John Albright went homo with them and from there to Louisville to attend tho Stato fair. Fred Baker has closed out his store whore lie has for several years carried on a successful Ho is now iwith his business. father, U. G. Baker, one of the loading merchants of Eastern Kentucky. Mr. hi. S Albright and Mrs. W. II. Fish wont to Londou yes-- ' torday to attend tho celebration of tho 78th birthday of Mrs. Al origin's father, Mr. D. R. Brock and also to meet her brother; C. R. Brock aud wlfo of Denver, G, T. Johnson bought Fred Ashei!s. jiaa!.JirJck..rc5Jftencoqn Richmond street. This is one of the nicest pieces of resident property in Mt Vernon. If some oho would build a fow more houses on Richmond street like this one, thoy could be sold to peoplo who would help to mako Mt. Vernon LOCAL a better town. The Signal thanks its many Salhsmkn Wantkd to solicit contributors for news items. orders for lubricating oils, greases John Ramsey sold to C C. and paints. Salary or CommisWilliams a lot on West Main sion. Address Tub Lennox Oil Street joining W. G. McBos's & Paint Co., Cleveland, Ohio. attractive home. Rev. M. G. Fish and Rev. J. W. Riddle are conducting a The Rockcastle Real Estate series of meeting at Buckeye. Company sold a lot in Brodhead opposito R..H. Hamm's new Rev. L. N. Bowling, of BrodliricH bungalow To K. J. McKin-no- y head, will probably assist them next week. The Buckeye church and wife for 600. is located in a good community. Ivan Roberts purchased of I Tho furmers havo good homes S. Albright the property adjoin and some of thorn have detering tho latter's homo. He will mined to revive the interest ot take possession soon as Dec other days in their church home. Ramsey vacates. Fou Sale: Farm of about 9o Mrs. Alice Davis, Superintend acres, all in cultivation; good out of Schools informs us tho buildings. Will sell cheap if sold Septi mber draft for tho county at once. Hugh McBek, teachers has arrived and she is Brodhead, Ky. ready to pay them. Tho revival ho!d at Freedom Fhutimzkr: I iiavo a car load church closed Sunday. This was of V. C. Fertilizers tn my forfcil one of the greatest meetings over izer house, which I will sell for held at this jchurch. There were $27 50 per ton, cash. twenty-twprofessions of faith, Twenty-twJack Hysingkk, renewals. three Mt. Vernon, Ky. were bap tized last Sunday. Rev. The Rockcastle Hotel garage, R. .N. Gooch, pastor Freedom wo aro informed, will bo com- church and Rev. D. A. Webb, pleted by first 01 tho month, hav pastor Mt. Vornon Baptist church ing a capacity of 60 cars and will held the meeting. bo one of tho largest and best B. H. Hillard, Notary Public equipped in this section of the Your work done right at reason-ablcountry. prices. Livingston, Ky. ltockcastle is well represented President J. G. Frith and Secat the State Fair this week." We retary Granville Owens, of the hope that each man will see all of Brodhead Fair Association, are tho live stock that is exhibited. more than delighted with the As tho farmer becomes a busi- splendid showing mado by that ness man, ho eliminates tho institution this year. Tho fair scrub. had such a liberal patronage The finished part of tho grade of satisfied visitors that tho Di on the Dixie Highway is a flue rectors after paying off a small indobteduess and p tying premipieco of work. This great over which tho peoplo ums and other expenses, had of the North and the South lands enough money left to pay tho will pass thru Mt. Vernon Is stockholders a dividend of 5o per slowly but iuroly becoming u cent. This certainly is a good showing and Messrs Frith and reality. Owens have every reason to feel John Lair and his mother proud of tho outcome. bought G. T. Johnson's New. comb Avonuo property. Tills will mako them an attractive homo and they will bo an asset to our town. Other people like these would como to town if we had more houses for rent or o e high-highwa- London lodav wlforo .ho will undergo an operation ,for tippou dicitls. Miss Mary Langford, who is teaching at Disputantu, was at home Inter part of lust week on account of the illness of her sis ter, Miss Eliza. Prof, and Mrs. D. H. Lyon have gone to housekeeping in the bungalow on Richmond street belonging to Willis McKeuzio. Mt. Vernon extends a cordial wel come to theso splendid people. Miss Blanch Crawford returned last Friday to Flemmingsburg whuro she will teach again this your, and Miss Sidney left tho samo day for Bradfordsville, Miss Sidney will teach with Prof and Mrs. Lucy. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McCall have sold their home on West Main and bought the Reynold property at Marolburg which they will movo Richard Sowder bought to soon Mr. and Mrs. McCall's property. II P. Whito, of Arizona, who formerly lived in Rockcastle, will movo to Mt. Vernon this week. Mr. White is a son of James I. White, of Arizona who every one knows as he was sheriff of Rock- castle many years ago. Willie Davis, son of Mrs. Alice Davis, of U. S S. Santa Cecilia, is now on a leave ofabsonco in Now York City.Ho says he had a good look" at General PorshJngijnahi'lLavjaluL'inLwh'icb.AS, docked in Hoboken. "And he is a fine looking General and we ought'to be proifct of him " The Santa Cecilia is going out out qf commission. He will probably bo discharged soon. - PARTY" morry party of young people from M t. Vernon ciijoved a delightful time Frjday evening in honor of those of them who aro going away this year to shool nnd college They motored to Crab Orchard Springs, whero thoy took dinner, and then camo to Stanford ns a theatre party The onliiu oveuiug was one of unalloyed plensurc and will long be remembered by all prosont The mom. bors of the party were: MIssor , Christine Davis, Do.ssio Margret Sparks, Sidnoy Craw, ford. Tevis Bothurum, RuthMul-lins- , Myrtlo Bryant, ChiUlinc McForron, and Bounio Nicoley; Messrs. J. R'ugan Albright, T. Ravmond Richards, R. Wallin Grifiin, Logan Bryant, Jesse Meadows, A. Leur Cooper, "Babo" Miller, '"Pat" Cox, A. B. Sparks, Walker and Bradford bnodgrass, Interior Journal. "GO-AWA- A Bob White rec iveit a letter Monday from hi sister, Mrs. John Colycr, at Tucson, Ari zonu, stating that I is father, Jas. I White, had gon 'totally blind. Those who saw Mr. Whito when lie was horo on his last trip will remember that no was blind in 0110 eye and wad fearful that ho would lose tho sight of' tho Ho has many warm other. friends in this county who will regret deeply to hear of this .sad liwtkhiniar occurence Nit-coy- AT BOONE WAV OPERA HOUSE. Wednesday night Sept. wth. Tho Harmon Co Eds a quartette of highly artistic, sprightly and vivacious young ladies, who are delightfully entertaining with tlieis vocal, instrumental and literary work. These Jadics have been highly successful whoro ever thoy have , appeared. Admission 50c or season ticket for G different entertainments -- for 2. 00. THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT The best advertisement any merchant can have Is a satisfied Nogroattr recommencustomer. dation can bo givtn an article than the following 'by E B. Prop., Guion Drug Store, "Wo havo sold Guion, Ark. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for years end have always found that it gives perfect satisfaction.'' Russel Niceley, who won the trip to the Stato Fair as the representative of tho Farmers Ciub boys, lost the same by being confined to his bed with typhoid fever, but County Agent Spence, who is always on tho job saw to it that Rockcastle be represented, and Homer Hansel, of Livings ton, the noxt boy in line was promptly named and is right on the job. Tho grown ups as well as the little friends of Russel Niceley regret that he was so sick that ho had to lose tho trip but since he must lose, the county Club boys may rest assured that . cszditaWy tlA$.will revented by their- - --chairman, Homer Hansel. Mil-burbe-mor-- l'mk Two Ways To Buy Gfofhes , rfflr ' M ill i F"B .wB 'ft One way is to look around until you find the lowest price The other way is go where you'll find the best quality. H t in mBH . The first way yoq'41 save a few dollars at the start then in a few months you'll have to have new clothes; what you save on the price is taken out of the. quaiity.pf the dothes. . A t ..-- -- Cenilskt 1?" I'aff.Sehafner Sc Jlarx CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY IN MICHIGAN Mrs. A. H1. Hall, Caseville, Mich. , says, "I wish to thank you for your grafid good medicine, Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We aro never without it in tho house, and I am sure it saved our baby's life this sum- The second way will bring you here for Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. They'll wear I. . mer." Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseville, Mich, says: ''I have used Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy lor years and it -- so long and give so much satisfaction that in the course of a year or so you'll save the price of a suit; because you won't need so many clothes has always given prompt relief. ' K. P. White, with that splendid real estate firm of Hughes & of Stanford, closed a deal this week with W. H. J. Moore for the Dr. Wesley farm in Lincoln county consisting of 200 acres for which he paid $i3ooo. Mr. Moore sold his splendid farm in this county to Mr. Noah Which is your way? v Hc-Cart'- v, s -- ifl : -- '. -- - A.1 THE CASH STOKE Lle451SJ 7 MW BETWEEN the BANKS. Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath tnat ho is senior partner of the firm of F. 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 Catarr'.. that cannot be cured by the use, of HALL'S CATARRH MBDI-CINFrank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this day of December, A. v. 1886. A. W. Gleason, WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW. E. r (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medino is taken internally and acts through tho blood on ;ho mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Tole do, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for m. STRIKE CIGARETTE the flavor the wholesome taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. Why do so many "regular men" buy Lucky Strike cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. There's the big reason it's toasted, and real Burley. Make Lucky Strike your cigarette. LUCKY a package today. y The Mt. Vernon Graded Hieh School has more children than there aro seats for aud there is no room for moro seats. Wo either have to many children or we do not havo enough school building GET salo. Tho residenco belonging to STOP! STOP! Listen WHEN YOU ARE HUNGRY don't forget that you can get your wants at Mtoaster Dr. M. Pennington on old Main Street, occupied by Rev. Wobb, has been sold to tho county. Another bouso adjoining was also sold and will bo used as a garago for tho county trucks. Miss Nettle Lewis, colored, ugo U years, granddaughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Fount Modell, of Mt. Vornon, died Wedtiesday of tuberculosis. Burial took Wednesday afternoon. A number of friends from Louisville und Crab Orchard attended tho funeral. DOWELL'S Restaurant HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Served at All Hours Lost Cow:- - -- Botweon Mt. Ver. Wantkd: A non and Brodhead, a red cow, Inst water well at Court day' Aug. iStlt. Liberal house. Money lead- compensation for information your bids. Work lug to uer recovery J. M. Ckaig, Lancaster, Ky. Ukgistkkku Hoar: Red Du man to drill u Cutaway school roc Boar, ready for service; fee ready. Sond in 1. So at the gate.. Jakvis Nok, must begin soon. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Au. 22 4t Tin'o 1'iort, l'iuo Hill, Ky. Subscribe for Signal bo temporary pastor of the Union Church, and Prof, II. II. Grove, of Tennessee, will take the place of Prof. Hun' of the Normal Do pat t mum for i.year, while Piof. Hunt gives In services to thoKeil i Cross "dKSI'ONDKNOY t.V5.r.; ffiS. i? t;: V . ELS supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced I You never tasted such full- bodied mellow-mildnessuch refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your d&light Camels are such a cigarette revelation I Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. You'll say Camels are in a class by themselves they seem made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways! Freedom from any unpleasant cigarctty after-tast- e or unpleasant cigarctty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste I You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that make9 18c. package Camels so attractive. Smokers realize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coupons! N AM vv: rf?- - Sufferers fpm Indigestion aro and feci tluu comjloto recovery is not to le hoped 'for. No one could make a grcaur mistake. Hundreds lmvu liocn ncrmaiiontly cured by tailing Chamberlain V Tablets iindcim now eat anything that they crave. Tlieso tablets AUCTION ON apt to become discouraged s; strengthen the stoiimcho and it to perform its functions naturally. l!you have not tried do a once. on-ab- le Saturday, September 27 AT 1 ,yJV!, O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP RAIN OR SHINE Kentucky &fc;?j vt- -- V-1 a s. Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price I Camelaare told ever) here in aeientifically ealed package of 20 cigarette or ten pack age 200 cigarette) lit a glaasine-pape- f coiered carton. We ttronjlly recommend thta carton for the home or office auppty or when you travel. " & ' ---. i R. J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY ! .- Wit Tltfy-- - V V WB ul4 BH .... Winston-Salem- , W . v w on .VNm .. C.i .... N. C. J1: .fT 4.Vi.m Rockcastle County is a law abiding county Its citizens are patriotic in all things. To the law is a duty Tuo now Revenue law provide? that the Tax payer shall emnu to the County seat and give his list between July 1st and October 1st each year. Don't be a slacker. Uphold the law. Any one failing to comply with this law, will bo fined not exceeding fifty dollars. I urn asking you to come in on an early date, before the weather gets bad and before I am crowded with work. My ollico will be opened from S a. m. until 5 p. m. C. T. SIGMON, Rockcastle County Tax Com uiissioner. up-ho- ld t One A '4- AT MY PLACE ON RENFRO CREEK Miles North of ML Vernon Will offer for Sale to the highest bidder the following: 7-year- cow giving 3 gallons of milk per day colt, 4 months old One horse-mul- e One yearling horse colt One good work horse -old KHiiP'i!WMS,' OftttED HER For Salk. Registered Du roc hogs, sow, one gilt and two boars: Spring furrow, Famous O. t iQf Ciifow;l sfcxifci ttvtvkottvifl TfEKTTS'FIVB DEPARTMENTS nors at the Mt. Vernon Fair. OPKN SEPTEMBER 17. . W. H. M11.1.KR. -- lot of household goods and other things too numerous to mention. 3!2RM$ma4&kaGwajxi by of "gab- y- Vr t M FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Six Tears Ago, Thinkiig She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. the better. That was six years ago and I am still here and am a well, of this place, says; "After the birth of my llttlo girl. . .my side com- strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken halt the menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. We called the doctor. Ho The misery In my side got less... X treated me. ..but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardcl got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I waa unbearable...! was In bed for did not need any more for I was well threo months and suffered such agony and never felt better In ray llfo... I have never had any trouble from that that I mu Just drawn up In a knot. . . day to this." I told my husband It he would get Do you suffer from headache, backm bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . ache pains in sides, or other discomI commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIt go, me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a many dayi unless I had a change for trial. J. 71 Mrs. Mary Kit-ma? Royse City, Tex. The five great schools that run under the name of Berea College, or Berea Alliance, open tho first terra on Wednesday, September ITtlt. The number of students applying for admission in the mountain region is so great that it has been decided that no additional students from the north and the Blue Grass can be received this year. Among the now members of Berea's working forces are .several men whose coming is of large significance. Tlio Red Cross is placing Prof G. E. King at Berea to conduct special courses for training community workers and social seivice. Dr.Carl T. Waugh, now a member of the Y. M. C. A army work and formerly a of philosophy nt Dcoitt, comes as dean of the collegiate de partment and professor of cduca tion. Rev. Dr. ilutchius, formerly pastor of Washington Gladden Church of Columbus, Ohio, will pro-feas- NOTICE To Am. Road OvititSKiuts: Your road must be worked and your report tiled by October ist. All who fail to have their road work done and report made by that time, their claims will be re jected and the ovorseer dealt with according to law. All overseers must report all land owners who do not have cleared off as provided by law, and such land owner who fails to comply, warrant will be issued and they will be tried according to law. Rockiiastlk Ro.v Committku, Uam Muu.iNs, County .Judge and Chairman. right-of-wa- W. H. J. MOORE R. P. 11 WHITE, Auctioneer. Bank-son- JUST WHAT SHE NKKDBD. "I used bottle of Chamberlain' s Tablets some timo ago aud they proved to be just what 1 , needed " writes Mrs. Volta Uhillicothe. Mo. "They, not only relieved me of indigestion but toned up my liver and relieved me of backache and dizziness tint I had been subject to for some time Thay did mo a world of good and I will always speak a good word for them " )! How Are You Going to Keep'Em on the Farm? ANSWER: With Electric Lights Delco-Ligh- t FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN 1. ,r Dt?TuiiniiM & c. cox, c. VERNON, KY. MT. id A good farm of 128 acres; 40 6 room cot-tagfairly good bam, good cistern and outbuildings, good orchard. 1 four toom tenant house, good coal mine, 4 bank cars, blacksmith shop and all equipments for getting out coal; have- - a good coal bin at Pine Hill that holds 50 tons of coal. This is a good stock farm, ahout 90 acres under fence. The farm has grown upsonio and needs souio repairs. Will sell this farm one-hal- f cash, the balance on time. I also lmvu a good pair of aged I mules, wagon and harness. am using them on the farm. Will sell tlioin at a bargain. If you want to buy some good property in Mt. Vernon, see 1110 before you buy. I am wanting to trade some with someone, so uow is your time. acres in timber, good ATTCKNEY AT LAW MT VHKNON.IIY. Will practice in all the courts. Uliice on uuurcu birtel I Makes the Farm Home More Attractiue to the Girl or Boy ts jpa&GKJcyt3kx&D& C. C. LAW ATTORN MT.VEUNON.KY. BY-A- T -- Williams When Delco Light is instated there is no longer as great incentive for tho son or daughter to go to tiie city, Its con- venleuces are brought to their homo 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 aud provides power for operating labor saving tools. Ddlco Light so modernizes the farm home that it brings choor aud satisfaction to every mombei of tho family. OFFICE.- - On2nd.floorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, onJ Church St. Special atten tion given collections. 'PNONB 80 PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of If you aro desirous of bringing your lnme up.to date and of giving your wife aud family a real homo, with lights, bath, running water, etc , got in touch with Greatest Imporlauco. If your eyes nro showing any defects now Is tho timo to bee Webb's DrugKy. Store Livingston, .:::: .1 ;. 111 R. L. McFERRON, Mt. Vernon, Ky, DR. MOORE, The Optician . 1 IN JONAS McKENZIE STORE ss 1 1 s . . . s . . : 1 1 :: .. 1 1 :: 1 : . !!!':::' UNITED STATES KAI I.KOAU ADMIXIST11ATI0N ANNOUNCES THE We Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy k V3 Round 'Trip Excursion Fares From MT. VERNON, KY., (War Tax Extra) Account Blue Grass Fair. Tickets on sale August 30th to September 5U1. Account Kentucky State Pair. Tickets on salo Septetn-bo- r 6th to 12th and for trains scheduled to arrive Louis-- ' villo before noon September 13th. SfSOCBRIBS a Carry a Pull Line of MEAT, LARD, Coffee, Sut;ar, Canned Goods, LEXINGTON, KY., $3.31 Including Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. nnd in fact everything that is kept in an upto date Grocery MEAL & FLOUR ... What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that ww LOUISVILLE, KY. $5.82 HHHtfl$& luuivuuiuvoa uuggaig t AuiatVAf High fuel prices seal the doom of extravagant fuel wasting heating plants. If yon want a per fectly heated home and greatly reduced fuel bills you will invest in & w&aaw JL1V Louisville For Aug 2.s, detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. 5 & Nashville Railroad ''4W DryGoods In addition to our line of fresh groceries nnd vegetables, we have just received a new and complete line of DRY GOODS, Come in and see them, .. BigfflKftasgBasy.skv.v. EQ&8BS89i!Sff5SSSsB fol'e Oricfinsil$fM$:. uui mt. txi.- Sept. irr..s.M;7jasvT. w kJw txr- -r jc :i .r..im-j-Arrrm- . ms&smiiimmamW& , tfaisuiiMMiHwieeggCr-- r BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN mmmmmmm No. ANDlRfCHT. USES ANY FUEL It wW av th nation millions I ful money this wlnttr. Act now. Ill M Parcel Post Send SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS KY. Via G17 CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, PURS, etc. FOURTH AVE. LOUISVILLE, Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Known all over America CUMMINS J.B. West Main Street On dt SUBSCRIBE FOR SIGNAL .. Bept.5-1- 3t