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Mount Vernon signal: September 26, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919092601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 26, 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. JytXyyu MT . ' s Hcglny-Johnson h - MT. VKKNUN BIONAU JfiM'. 20, 1919, m ", "'-- I BfcGLKY -- JOHNSON wedding Tho on Wednesday evening SeptemM$4 t ber 24th was one of tho very 1 prottiust social events that Mt. Vomnn has witnessed. The attractive new homo of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Johnson, on Richmond Street, was beautifully decorated In yellow and white, by Miss Pall-AMcFerron Just at seven o'clock , Miss Ruth Mullins began to sing Ur "Because". As the last notes of "Ve hayex a big lot of Fall Clothes and Shoes and this song died out, Miss AltmanJ Musical Director of Lingdon now is the time to select them. Clothes with plenty of Memorial School, began the strains of Lohengrin's Wedding ' 'ginger and for the young feflpws conser- March. Master Thomas O'Mara and little Miss Martha Lundrilm othes for those of quiet tastes. , wore the sweet and interesting. Messrs. Kamoy ribbon bearers. demand materials and fine tailoring, Richards and Earl Cox wcro the attendants. Misses Groom's them in every garment you buy here . i Elsie Jacoby and Bonnie Niceley wore tho Brido's Maids. Miss ready for Fall are Lucille Albright came next as flower girl, scattering roso pedals along the white pathway that Harjt'15chaffnerner & Marx and Special? led to the alter. The Brfda and followed over this roso Groom SUITS AND OVERCOATS 3 strewn pathway to the alter where Rev. H. T. Young spoke the words that bound Byron Bernard Beglov and Mary Hazel Johnson as one. I 1HMPI An informal reception was held 3 i following tho ceremony. refreshments were served and tho many .friends and relatives in attendance enjoyed a brief social hour. THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANIvS The guesj were as follows: unsss Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Begley, ot rnovtlsht 1919 Hart Sduffau & Mart London, Ky.; parents of the groom, Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche London1, KvJ M r. and Mrs. Ros- William T.'Doan aaSr.iVuiri' . In fl?Wa,'-TC?&jriiJGf- l coe kobirison," Londou, Ivy., iviri iViTeTbrTaWTo-fdrorHaze- l Patch",""to menfibnlTjemarrlagO ol Wiss" and Mrs.H.H.Wood, Wildie. Ky.; were married recently at the Flora May Brown to Mr. Cecil Miss Llsie Jacoby, of Lexington, home of the bride. Mr. Doan Purcell, which occurred a fow Ky., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Laswell, returned a short time ago from days ago. The bride is a daughof Orlando, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. R. several months service overseas ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. LLangford, of Pine Hill, Ky ; and has recently opened a grocery Brown and the groom is a son store in the west end 'of town Mi-Janett Lusk, of Paris, Ky. The Signal joins their many of Mr. and Mrs. Booth Purcell both of this city. Tho Signal The bride, always pretty and friends in extending joins 'a host of friends in wishattractive, never looked prettier ing them every happiness. stood at the alter than when she There will be a pie supper at of matriage. Mary Hazel has Gum Sulphur on Saturday night KY. Capt. Orboru delivered a very many friends and admirers who September 27th. This is for the purpose of repairing the old fine lecture at tho Christian are sorry that sho is leaving Mt. church and should be .liberally Church on Wednesday night. Vernon, but who wish her every supported. vt Capt. Osborn went into the happiness over her new road of Mosopotamian campaign with life. Tho Groom is a young the British army under General) man,of pleasing personality and Townsend jn I9I4--. , He . iSjpuo teem-b- yttiose "tnieiU' TJ ADTITT A farm on tho A ot tne eery iew wuo came Dacic .avivx 2r;0 ncros, 150 acres level land, two orchards, For Infants and CWldrca in Mt. Vernon. who have had an eiglit-roodwelling. Lot us show this property as a bargain. opportunitj of knowing him. In Use For Over 30 Years from that campaign. He also had the privilege of being with Always bears miles V! AT?TVT A farm of 300 acres on Dixie Highway 2 the You can depend on the shoes General Allenby when ho entered from Mt. Vernon. Signature of ' you get at Fish's. Jerusalem. . T7 A T?Tr A farm of 30 acres within one mile of Mt. Ver- noil priced low. MMMMBKStfS3dMifcMBBMMMM'EWM'0fcfJ'Mfc1,N A farm I40 acres on Hoonow.iy three miles PA'prtT from Mt.of Vornon ono of the very best formes in tho county. Only those who w mt :i good farm need look at l his one. imA farm of I40 acres in Hiatt gection-wo- ll proved and in good conditiou-on- e of tho best farms in the Hiatt section. A houso and six acres of land at T 4 Marotburg priced to sell quick. A house, barn and plenty of room in Wost bought cheap, if sold at Mt. Vor non-c- m once. A house, big garden, new barn, located on Richmond Street. This is u good investment at the price for which we can sell it. Here is the globe spread out flat beLook fore your eyes. See those stars? Every FlYYRT T TTm A Mll,u Street dwelling. This is ono UW star shows where a U. S. Navy ship was on 0 tho very best and most desirable September 2nd, 1919. Tho Navy traveU pieces of property in Mt. Vernon and can bo bought cheaper the Seven Seas. than the house alone eould be built today. c of I2S acrcs witl1 f,'l):)l1 c'nl mmei This r7T T nronortv is neir I'ino Hill. The ooal mino alono would nav for tho whole farm in a little more than a as it is now. from Berea on CTTVYP 'IA storo located 3 '4 miles is a good dwell, ,BK0ntuukv Central. Thoro lng house' heaud with natural gas, out buildings and a good sulphur well i tho yard. All of this soils together.. The the is calling to youf stock of goods can be bought at invoico if purchaser wants ROMANCE g men of theU. S. samo. The prcsont owner has mido enough out ot this foreign and smiling store to buy six hundred acres of fine land His health has Navy. beckoning to you. Shove broken down and ho is goini; to sell this business. Wo lands are could sell 35 acres of bottom land with tins proyerty, should off and see the world! tho purclnser want it. Let Ub sho.v you this pionerty. Some Pay begins the day you join? ono will get a bargain. On board ship a man is always in gay Eleven of tho best building Jearn to "parley-voo- " "DT TTT Til TVTr T 1 O 0ts in Mt. Vornon cheaper learning. Trade schools develop DUILAUNO" bull-fighin Paree. See the now than over again. skill, industry and business ability. g on the See Panama. holiday each A thirty aero farm on Dix River at Brodhead- Thirty days care-fre- e T7 V 15 11 N 8,IGNAL Mt Vkunon, Ky, Sept. -- 0 N 26, 1919 IJ r on wwnnf. want toCnmmunl. f, 3 wlthBIONAl, up"Na,J" Lounvitic & NMHVILIE R It. Co. TIMB TABLE. 12 21 " John Fields was In Mt. Vernon this week. Will Davis will be back in High School nuxt week. Dr. Walters spent the past weoc in Lancaster ami Cincin nati on business. R. E. Sowder is getiing,some better, but still confined to his bed. l F. L. Durham and M. P. going to Louisvillo to see are President Wilson Ohun. u bavlsnnd Julian Miller leave tomorrow morning for Louisville to Jitok the Schdpl of Fin-so- mM' MJTl Ye Ready For re You? New north north outh Phone No. 8. 5 45pm Ihirmncy. 11' 4 "pep" . 8:35 a m 12:35 p 12:45 n m 'it souths Ji Jas. Landuum, Agent. itereil as t the ttcond-clu- Mt Vernon, n mall Ky. Poilollct matt". PEllNQAAJj W. J. Sp.tik.s1-- in Chicago this week. Luther Mullins is ablo to bo f out again. Tax Commissioner Signion is nlout the busiest man in town. A. M. Hiatt Mr and Mrs were up from Brodheud yester tlay. iekwLifiiitt- John Altiright came home from the Begley Johnson wedding. Mrs J. M. Las well, of Orlando, was a guest of Mrs. Eflle Ballard during the week. Miss Ida May Poyton, of Utchinonrt, is fthe truest of hor mm jr mw t. 1 sister, Mrs. W. it Gnu. Mr. and Mrs. Loroy Mullins. of Cincinnati, are with relatives hero and in tlio county.. Mrs. Webb, sister of Mrs. R. A Sparks, aeturnod to her home in Louisville on Wednesday. Mrs. W. J Sharks and daugh Prances and tcrs, Mis-eare in Louisville this week Mrs. Walter Robius and children, of Brodhcad, were with relatives here during the week. Dr. and Mrs. C. M Murphy, of Marion County, were guests of F. L. Durham and family first of Derea for -- i Tho Ford machine belonging to Wildie, Vernon Blncltoby, of cum lit flro one day this week and burned the top and seat off. Mr. F. L Turpin, of Santo, Texas was at the Signal offico on nwny Monday. He has bet-from Rockcastlo county for fourteen years and sees many changes and much improvement. Crcil Mucins and Willie Davis have been discharged from the Navy and aro at home. Thoy have both been in the service neatly two years and have seen u lot of things worth while. J. A. Landrum tells us that he has just finished a two weeks vacation and. that" he has not lost mlay from his duties and not been out of Mt. Vernon for four years, prior to nbout Sept. rst. Mr. and Mrs. Tohn B. Fish and daughters, of Quannah, Foard County, Texas, aro with relatives iu this county for a few weeks Mr. Vsh Ttifl' Rockcastle ttttL.t many i years ago and is now an cxten sive land owner of the .Lono Star H -- Yod And ifyou you"get We're you? Hsh's ml Si ul I J Ul n pu I state. Mr. and Mrs. s Eliza-Lot- h, are here lor with relatives. been with the Des Moines, Iowa Club ol tho Western League and did good work for them pitching. a few George Payne days stay Mr. Payne has Rockcastle s He will report to tho Chicago White Sox next spring for the They 192o Base Ball season. will spend the winter in Real Estate Company OF MT. VERNON, LOCAL - ..Dojt tUfeDolcoway. . HAS FOR SALE - Mr and Mrs. Jess Boll, of Liberty, and Mrs. Annie Murphy, 01 Lebanon, arc with Mrs. Moilie Durham. Uncle Lurkin Hicks, and daughter, Mrs, W. F. Carter and children were up from Brodliead yestprday. W. M. Bullock, field manager for Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co . reports a good well on thoir lease 111 Leo County B. F. Taylor and Harvey Wilkinson, ot Stanford, woro hero this week representing tho Dix River Oil it Gas Co. w. R. Allen, of Covington, a Rockcastlo boy who is doing a line business in Northern Ken. tucky is hero tolay. Bud Viars and Joe Bullen, two prosperous farmers of tho Scaffold Cano section were in town during the week. James Norton, and his son, Horaco Norton, who went to Montana four years ago, have returued to their old home. John Albright was at homo from Borea for Sunday. Ho is pleased with Berea College and is Hiking oq Col logo Spirit. Miss Julia T. Fish cetno home from Lexington whore she holds a good position, on Wednesday for a week's visit to homefolks. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cox, Miss Louanua Whitehead, Miss Risse Williams and Earl Cox wont shopping on Wednesday M. P. Finzcl is visiting Mrs. in Evausville and Louisville. She will bo joined in Louisville by Mr. Finzel on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Adams, of Villa Grove, 111 , and Mrs. Nannie Brauaman, of Borea, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Laswell at Berea. B. Furnish, now a hustr Mr. A. ling Insurance and Real Estate man of Newport, Ky., was in Mt. Vornon Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Mrs. J. B. Levlsay, of Cincln- nati, is with friends at this place. She will go to Corbin to visit her mother for a fow days boforo returning to her home. Ab-no- TMiie IcQim 1 I nf Mm icrnnl Viomna year. its thirty-thir- d Tho swellest young mens' suits aro shown at Fish's. If jou live in Mt. Vernon, read Mrs Lucy Niceley's article in this issue. Don't leavo the country without a hand bag, suit case or trunk from Msh's. J. W. Riddle will preach at Green Hill next Sunday at 2:30 p. in., instead of forenoon. A Ford car for sale at a bargainlast years model new tires. Call at Signal offico. Ye editor of olden times has opened olliccs in the post offico building. Many of tho good farmers of tho Hiatt section are hauling ooal from Mt. Vernon while tho roads aro good. E S. Albright is driving a now Dodge car. The Chovolet is gone, but we are sure that it is not forgotten. The window display of Sutton & McBeo's Main Street store proves David Craig to bo a real artist at Window Dressing. good. r.l f- - z& FARM HOUSE uv HOUSE HOUSE EJ-1-J.1NVJ cgrSSr.jSfe'" 1 AP rllMVl year-runni- ng Dorft you want to see the World ? red-bloode- p 11 d, hard-workin- g, The corn crop in Rockcastlo is Some corn is late, but is maturing fast, and if we do not have frost before October, our corn'crop will be the best for many years. If you aro in tho market for a Big Car don't forget the Chandler. It is a real Automobile priced right. Read ovorythiug in this issue about tho SCHOOL FAIR. It means a bettor Rockcastlo when theso boys and girls become men and women. hard-playin- I ts HTC LJ surf-ridin- beach of Waikiki. L'earn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt sea. Eat well free; dress well-f- ree free ; and look 'em ; sleep clean all straight in the eye British, ' Bradley Burdett and Julia Reynolds, ot the Wildie section woro married at tho home of H. T. Young last Friday night 'at the midnight hour. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver and Mr. Harris from the Kentucky Children's Homo Society woro In Mt. Vornon last Sunday blazing the way tor tho campaign of Children's Week. Mrs. Weaver H. R. Bullen. Marshall Swin spoko iraproislvely and convincford, John W. Todd, R. T. ingly of their needs and of tho Rubin Abnoy Jr., John splendid plans for a suitable new Stevens and several other promHome for Kentucky's homeless ld inent farmers here today. Cauo section wore oPttrc-Scailp- year with full pay. The food is First uniform outfit is fur, good. nished free. Promotion is unlimited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come out broader, stronger and abler. Join the U. S. Navy. If you're between 17 and 35 go to the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know where it is ask your postmaster. i Shove off FARM" Wo havo other propery for sale that is not lUted horo. French, Chinese, Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians and all manner of people. Come! Be a real man of the 'world. See the world. Sec it with The Rockcastle REAL ESTATE Company MT. VERNON, KY. iwnnri Shoveff Mbbrfbe U. S .Navy Advertise in SIGNALand GET RESULTS.11 JjfcV&flnMMWBtHM a - MT, VKKNON BI'JNAU SKt'T. 20, 1919. MJelgMaeT4winiMMMMM mi 5. 1.00 .50 gallon of onts 1.00 .50 gallon ryo " gallon wheat 1.00 .50 G. " gallon cowpens 1.00 .50 7. 1.00 .50 8. " gallon soy beans " gallon buckwheat 1.00 .50 9. 1.00 .50 10. " bale of clover liny 1.00 .50 11. " bale of timothy hay 1.00 .50 12. " 10 pounds ulfufn hay .50 .25 10 pound cowpeu hay 13. " .50 .25 14 " 10 pound sweet clover hay .50 25 15. " pumpkin .50 '25 10. " cushnw .50 '25 17. '' gallon enncseed .50 .25 18. " hand of tobacco " .50 .25 19. t dozen heuds of broom corn LIVE STOCK " hog any breed or sex 2.00 1.00 1. " sow any breed 2.00 1.00 2. " boar any breed 2.00 1.00 3. " buck sheep 2.00 1.00 4. " ewe 100 2.00 5. " dairy cow any breed .1.00 200 0. 2.00 1.00 dairy calf nny breed 7. " beef calf any breed 1.00 2.00 8. " registered bull beef breed 5.00 3.00 9. " registered ball dairy breed 3.00 500 10. " mule under one year old 1.00 200 11. " horse under one year old 2.00 1.00 12. " pen of Rhode Island Red chickens 2.00 1.00 13. " pen Wyandotte chickens 2.00 1.00 15. 1.0') 14. 2.00 nen of Plymouth Rock chickens All live stock must be entered by 1 1 o'clock Saturday October 18. 4. "' SECOND ANNUAL " lALt I Agricultural School Fair ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and WILL ON ,G,Mt. ; Vernon, Kentucky October 18, 1919 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Mrs. Alice Davis, Mt. Vernon, Ky. SUPERVISOR OF SCHOOLS John Scoggin, Ottawa, Ky. COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT Robert F. Spencc, Berea, Ky. Saturday, October 11 J i t " At my place In Singleton Valley, the Allen tract of land Will offer for Sale the following: Near WithersWilli's near 1 1. AH HULKS exhibits must be grown or made " by the exhibitor in 1. Exhibits must be brought to Mt. Vernon and entered on Friday morning Oct. 17, except live stock. No exhibits accepted later than 3:00 o'clock Friday 17. 3. Exhibits not to be removed until 3 o'clock Saturday Oct. 18. 4. All live stock must 1919, 2. MISCELLANLUU5. 2. 3. Best display cut flowers Best Dressed doll Prettiest exhibit of potted plants $ .50 .50 1.00 .25 .25 be entered Saturday morning by 1 1 o'clock. 5. All exhibits should be exhibited in crates, baskets and dishes furnished by the exhibitor. 6. All exhibits will be in charge of Superintendents of the various departments. 7. General Superintendent, County Agent. Superintendents of School Products, Professors Strange, Jones TVi i 4, TVfTTVr-TVTT-Nil 4 J JVT 00 Aces of Land 3 Hogs, Field of Corn (about 4 acres) - Household and Kitchem Furniture . and Lyon. 2 Mules, .. . l.GaJf, .. . Superintendent of Home Products Mrs. Mattie Mullins. Superintendent of Garden Products Superintendent of Farm Products, Jesse Fish. Every body in the county is asked to take part and exhibit School, Home, Garden and Farm Products. STOP! STOP! Listen WHEN YOU ARE. ,HUNGRY. don't " "forget that you caiTgeTyour wants at ... - . . .r."L ft. A . d) jjaioity fauis-- - TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE C. B. I ALLEN men and Each School district will hold and Agricultural and School Fair on Thursday October 1G. The Community Fair will be conducted by teachers, trustees and committees appointed by them. AH exhibits winning first, second and third premiums will be taken to County Agricultural and School Fair. Mt. Vernon. Friday morning October 17. This is to be in charge of teacher and trustee. The Community Fairs are to make out their own premium list, teacher, trustee and a farmer committee. The County Fair premiums will be donated by the business oraen of Livingston, Brodhead and Mt. Vernon. DOWELL'S Restaurant HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Served . AUCTION Saturday, October llth m. rain or shine. T. B. Lair Farm and Outfit 10 a. mostly good loamy bottom land. Remainder in timber (some good white oak). Absolutely no more productive soil than this in Roekcastle county. Excellent set of orchard grass and red top on up lands. Good tobacco land and plenty of barn room to store good crop. BUILDINGS: One 2 story, 7 room dwelling, with 2 good porches and cellar necessary outbuildings J large barn with dairy annex in process of erection 2 good hen houses and poulty runs barn, crib and hog house on upper end of farm; (good orchard, spring and excellent building site here). MACHINERY: Mowing machine, rake, and 2 horse cultivators, corn drill, tooth harrow, 3 turning plows, 2 double shovels, drags etc. Also good two horse wagon and 2 buggies, one good as new, rubber tires. Separator, with tester, etc. The best dairy equipment in the county ten year old sorrel mare, three STOCK: 3 good young mules year old sorrel gelding, yearling sorrel filly, nine year old brown saddle horse, one registered Duroc sow, 12 other hogs of mixed breeds and sizes, two good red stock cows, thiee Jersey milk cows, three Jersey heifers, one Pole Angus heifer, 4 steer calves. Will also sell all household and kitchen, furniture and 100 bushels of buckwheat, six stacks of hay and all growing corn. miles north This farm is situated on Renf roe creek, about 2 I miles of of Mt. Vernon; within one mile of good church and school house; excellent neighborhood; between two good pikes; two young orchards; running water in every field; well and spring near house. If you contemplate placing a bid on this place come out and let us show you over in advance. Will consider private bids on entire outfit up until day of sale. Can give immediate possession, Department A SCHOOL PKODUCTS Professors Jones, Strange and Lyon, Superintendents. 1. Best Product Map of Kentuoky .50 2. lest Political Map of North America. .5o 3. lest Political Map of South America .50 4. . ilist Pencil Land Scape Drawing .50 5. Bes Cartoon .50 6. Best Plan (drawing) of a School Building. .50 7. Best Specimen of writing 5th and 6th Grade .50 8. Best Specimen of Writing 7th and 8th Grade .50 9. Best Business Letter .50 10. Best Speller $ 1.00 J .25 .25 .25 .25 .','5 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 at All Hours m mtTVTTVrifT Department B HOME PRODUCTS Mrs. Mattie Mullins, Superintendent COOKING i3LUU 7 $.50 $.25 .50 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .50. .50 .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 I Is LAND: 108 acres. About 85 acres under cultivation Best 2. Best 3. Best 4. Best 5. Best G. Best 7. Best 8. Best 9. Best 10. Best 11. Best 12. Best 1. cake of corn bread 5 biscuit (plate exhibit) loaf of light bread pumpkin pie blackberry pie chocolate cake Ol Ivi 1 !? J" a winning battle of life ins begins. made when sav- - It fruitcake pound honey pound butter chocolate pie plate of fudge li dozen sugar cookies CANNING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. G. 7. 8 6. 10. 11. 12. Best quart of canned plums " quart of canned blackberries " quart canned tomatoes " quart of canned beans quart of canned corn " quart beet pickles " quart cucumber pickles " quart blackberry jam " glass apple jelly " glass grape jelly " glass blackbetry jelly quart canned strawberries " ' $.50 '50 .50 .50 .50 .50 $.25 ..50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 '25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 velping that will insure success, cmfort and happiness. Every deposit made with us is a step t ward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. Think will educate you fianncially by de-- traits Bank of Mt. Vernon SEWING 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. . G. 7. 8. 9. 10 11. 12 13. Best fancy made pillowcase " machine made kitchen apron " hand made fancy apron " handmade calico or gingham dress (made by Rural School girl) " pair of knit socks " hand made sofa pillow top " yard of tatting " hand made towel " home made waist " hand made handkerchiefs set of six button holes " patching " nicest center piece " $.50. .50 .50 1.00 .50 50 .L'5 1 $25 .25 .25 .50 STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It lust seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard .50 00 .50 50 50 .50 .25 .25 .10 .25 50 .25 .25 25 .25 -2 Department C 1. -2 TERMS made known on day at 0 o' clock and farm goes first. 1 of sale. Sale begins promptly Best head cabbage Best 5 onion, plate exhibit Best gallon butter beans Best quart sorghum G. Best peck Irish potatoes 7. Best gallon soup beans 8 Best peck sweet potatoes 9. Best quart of peanuts 10. Best Yt dozen peppers 1 1. Best Yi dozen turnips 2. 3. 4. 5. GARDEN PRODUCTS Miss Tabitha Hiatt Superintendent Best three beets THEDFORD'S $ .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 .50 .50 $ .25 .10 .10 .10 .10 .25 .25 Black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use It. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I dojiot have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do Its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Qet a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. .25 .25 .25 .25 .10 .10 .10 Department D FAKH PRODUCTS Jesse Fish, Superintendent. FIELD CROPS $ 1.00 1.00 1.00 R. P. WHITE, Auctioneer. MRS. T.B.LAI R. Best 10 ears of white corn 2. " 10 ears of yellow corn 3. " 10 ears of pop corn 1. $ .g .5U ONE CENT A DOSE on .50 DISCOLORED SPOTS OK PAGE MT. VERNON SIGNAL; SEPT. 26, U19. MORE FORDS Our contract with the Ford Motor Co. has been more than doubled for the next twelve months, which means that we shall have more than twice as many cars to sell. To you people who have placed orders with us and been waiting your turn, we can now promise you prompt delivery. . To you poeple who have made up your minds to buy a car, we urge you to give us your order NOW. Remember Autumn is the best automobile season of x the whole year. THE FORD TO-DA- Y equipped with electric starter, strong lights and demountable rims is the Greatest Carjn -- All The World the upkeep expense of any other car made - i The upkssp-expens- e of a F.orxLGaris less than one-ha- lf BRYANT BROS. V 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2ND Starts 9 a. m. This farm is known as the Cherry Farm, U miles North of Brodhead d of 76 I 2-ho- -4 v J, m - Chesnut Ridge School Honor Roll Honor Roll for New Chestnut Ridge School. Second month. Second grade Amos Owens. Third grade Allie B. Mullins. Fourth grade Docia Owens, Nora Fields. Sixth grade Helen Cummins, Tilman Owens. Eighth grade Pearl Cummins, Ruth Boll. The pie supper at this place was a great success. Evtrybody seemed to enjoy themselves fine. The amount raised was $33.50. J. L. Bullock, Teacher. If the schools at other places arecrowded as our schools are, the interest in education is keener than ever before. Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath tnat ho is sonior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the city or Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said iirm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDI-CINFrank J. Chenoy. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presenco, this day of December, A. u. 1886. A. W. Gleason, i ;?.? Mtt.;iw e&$ ,'i If M ?g'Iml.7i rBFiv CIGARETTE If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price ! consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that you wonderful never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet and so Camels are so you marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarettel Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will prefer Camels to either kind mellow-mild-smoothness full-bodied 1' .';i! "Si IH l, ft CAMELS are a cigarette revelation any ''.ffid lij.li!1 !!.H fe ,t , h FOR SALE 2-hor- N I:. -- n . M m ' ''j j J 5 acres Corn in shock Acres Farm 2 Mules 2 Mares 2 acres Tobacco in barn J Bull 8 Shoats 2 Wagons 3 Cws Buggv pair heavy Harness 3 One pair light Driving Harness 2 pair heavy Driving Harness , 3 double- shovel Plows, Corn Drill, Turning Plow, J Cradle, J Organ, Plows, 2 Some Wire Fence, Some small Tools, J Majestic Range, All Household and Kitchen Furniture rse se, $ ' fi 'th i' I 1. m Smoker realize m that the value it in the cigarette! and do M not expect premium V "coupon,! ma&ee y I W, 1." ll! 'Mi, , ,' if' " a !l. of tobacco smoked straight! package t1 ln1 'iij'i'i tfV-- ?i 'jltfj afea of 20 eniarttta; or tea (200 cigarette) mm Camel ere aid everywhere in ectentifxcaUy tea fed pack' new-grou- nd Tit ,P djj i! '' '" 'j if" ,, IjU We atrongly recommend tht carton for the home or otHse eupplr or when you treveL You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga-rett- y aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! I reserve the right to sell anything before the Sale, Terms made knwn on day of sale. Pinner on Grounds do, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medino is taken internally and acts through the blood on ;ho mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimony als, free. F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Tole Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., n " -- Winiton-Salem- , N. C. mm ''r iB1, Ww I W II' J. A. VANCE Harve Bowman, Auctioneer I Judging from tho number of cars of all makes that are being taken thru hero by Southern dealers, tho folks in tho South-lan- d must bo autotnobilo crazy. There has beeu something lileo 50 "in transit" cars going thru! hero this week. Somo may wonNc place is fur today that can der how they get over tho roads bo reached over good roads. SOUth of llprn hut. lliov rid if. Any place is a long way if wo just the samo. must travel over rough roads. Rockcastle has the best tobacco she has over grown. In fact, our tobacco crop is better in quality than tho crop In tho blue grass counties. One of tho biggest looso-lea- f ware houses in the state is being build in Lancaster. The tobacco raiser to make success must have a good and available market. DESPONDENCY Sufferers from indigestion apt to become discouraged inako feel that comploto recovery is to be hoped ifor. No ono could Hunu greater mistake. dreds huvu been ueniianently aro and not I PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT Till-- NIGHTTIME is of Greatest Importance, : i cured by taking Chuinborlaiu's Tablets and can now eat anything that thoy crave. Thcso tablets stronuthou the stomuchu and it to perform its functions naturally. If you have not tried do at once. 1( your vyvs nre dtioivinj; any now U tho timo to tcu Je-fe- et DR. MOORE. The Optician on-ab- lu IN JONAS McKENZlE STORE i Subscribe for Signal .(., -- V.T ?' Ml4. VintridN rn n rum. M'lVVBRNOH SIGNAL, SUM. I GNA 26, 1919 by Friday, Sept. Publishtd every Friday II. 7. YOUNG. SUBSCRIPTION ONR YRAR $1,00 on Advertising rates maae known application MKMBKROP KENTUCKY PRISSS ASSOCIATION POLICY OF MT. VKRNON SIGNAL. Undkr Nkw 'Managrmknt. is The vory fact that the Signal under a new management, necessitates a new policy. However, it does not necessaril y follow that there shall bo a radical departure from the policy of my predecessor. The now policy will be very broad in its sympathy and very liberal in its nature I am more interested in the whole of Rociccastle than 1 am in any part of it. I want every part of the county to feel that those thing that are of most in- terest to it and most vital to its best interest can get space, courtesy and support in the columns of the Signal. Mt. Vernon will not be given preference over tho most remote part of the county. The Signal will be unselfist in .spjrit.and, as liberal Jin policy as j.s vousisicni wiiu iionesiy. However, no sect,faction,party or in. Bring whatever you have to dividual will bo permitted to sell preichango.to, . J.I t. .Vernon mite iTdvaaiage"6nth&"liberaHtv on Auction and Exchange Day, and use us as a means toward Monday Oct. 20th, and you can selfish ends. The editor has sell it fur the cash or exchange politics and he thinks that every it for something you need worse. other man should have, but he The Mt. Verdon Business Mens thinks that every man should Club will seo that tho auctioneer hold that political faith that, as ing is dono without cost to any an honest man, he is compelled one buying or selling. This to hold. The Signal will not be means everything except stocks run as a political paper, in the of goods and is for tho benefit sense of partisan politics it will of tho people of Rockcastle aud have no politics. If any are adjoining counties who want to hoping that it will have, we must buy, sell or exchange. disappoint them. If any are earful that, it will have, thero are AUTO SPEED KINGS WILL MEET no grounds for their fears We slnll bo very liberal with AT CINCINNATI, SUNDAY, OCT. 5 churches, hdiools and kindred for Puree of ;:o,o:o Will Be Staged for Visitors to World organizations. Our spnee is free Series Games. when we can iiolp yon in lifting tlio minds and hearts of Hock, castle's sons and daughters up toward nobler ambitions and worthier ideals. Wo shall appreciate suggestions and constructive criticism. There are many people in the ' county who can bo very helpful j I ?? Joseph 4?Mm T in making the paper better from DOYERJR week to week. Hut if you want to "knock", wo are deaf. If you want to fight, pass on. wo haven't time If wo make mistakes, remember that we saw tlio mistake and resolved to do hotter before you ever saw it This is to be a Rockcastlo paper Remember that we have rot taken the whole of North America for (wPrafc' "' ! 'WJr 4$7flEiHx)tfVsHissssr rr our field. We expect our motto v"For a Greater Rockcastlo" to be our ideal and chalenge. Thero are richer and better developed counties in Kentucky, but we doubt whether this old Commonwealth has a child that is developing faster ut this time than Rockcastle. She is a Mountain county becauso she has the spirit of the mountains. There is u mysterious, indiscribable some- Gaston Chevrolet and Joe Dover, pictured above, are two of the younaeat af America's driver. thing here that holds one, as the eare In the race of October andRnlh will h. r,n it h uih.-- l. of Prnnt.n.nrthey will be able to both are confident "tang" of the sea holds the heart duplicate me jcai or ua&ton unevroiet at smipnena that last Saturday, wnn u.iy he drove hit car the entire distance without visiting the pit. It Is expected ot the sailor. This intangible tnat there will be four Frontenac cars in the race, all being of American Spirit of the Mountains seems to hold me fast, and if I may have 1'rnctlcnlly all the star drivers now With the llxltiR of the schedule but a small part in bringing for the nrld's series game, the .iiiirricu win imri iviii lie ill n e about a Greater Rockcastle, I iif the ClncliiliiiU Speedway test for the ?::u.ow. purse offered by the imimigeliieiit. Among them will he shall count the years given to Company now N able tn amiiiunce (iiisiuii ijicvroict, who estalillsned a the dale for the KOOjnlle nice, fc'ir ri'iiri fur .'4 mUrr a 7viv. this as invested in a worthy peo. SW ' mtitt rjav .it' fu tnarU' it tjrrlmrn IhmiI "llaji iih Saluriij.xv His brotVic'r 303-MllR.-r.-c witi...iinnmii ti, U0. MaMtMWlMkMiii HOME m SP SERVICE USED TO FIND KISSING MEN I I ,$& $1 ,jPv V iHE Homo Sertlce Sections ol the American Rod Cross In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky are helping to locate soldiers who have disappeared since their dls charge from military service. One Is Sergt. Runsell Irving Vllcs, discharged Juno 17 from service with tho Motor Transport Corp 813. Private Harry K. Itoss, Co. II, 29th Infantry, First Division, A. E. F., wai wounded while serving at Bolssom July 19, 1918. Slnco that time only Indefinite reports have reached hit mother, Mrs. Clark D. Host, 404! Third St., Don Moines, la. Private Joseph Rurch Walker ol MontcaRle, Tenn., Is believed to b mentally disabled as the reiiult of gas He was dUclmrged from Camp Dodgs In June. Private Oenrge Nelson, C. E. FH has been missing since Fobruary 1. 1919. He Is suffering a lapse of mem ory following shell shock. Any of these men may be in th Lake Division, Ignorant of name and addresses. T Children Cry for FUtchtr's She Kind You Bare Always Bought, and which has been. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of ana nas been made under his personal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this- All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" 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 CASTOR I A Recruiting Detachment Passes Thru Mt. Vernon. A Recruiting Detachment from the 2nd Field Arttlery of Camp Znchary Taylor, passed thru Mt. Vornoh on McinHnv. Tli rtotnoli. nlL'tll . WHS . . 111 GENUINE CASTORIA fBcars the Signature of ALWAYS CzL&0&i la Use For Over 30 Years .? BIG CliarCe 01 MftlOT Ad- dip, Capt. K W. Lovely, Lieut. Th Kind You Have Always Bought .Stung, LiieUt McKeuZie, and Lieut. Winn. It was en route to tlie Tennessee Recruiting Sta tion, but was to siop en route at Pineville, Ky. There were in . 111 con-'- .. " detachment thirty men. two i Ford Car For Tkadh: In Folt Salk: My farm near uuuwiio, uiie 155 iuiii .' ' Y Howitzer, onu real cart ana cas- - good order. Would take horse Covo school house, known as the sion, five trucks and fcwa touring nd buggy,.- - Wiff sell at'.a Bar Jas. Chesnat farm, corisfctine: of ")i0.7'flcrej, ' .flffl"? a good" 3 cveli.bpr, """""' carft Lieut Winn )eL'luwi 'at the fairly good fences, well watered tlou for Mime time. In order that l.nuls, wiiu drnw his burning car half court house in Mt. Vernon at the Mrs Ellrn Piuce. visitors to the city rciiuiliilii out way iirouiid the track with Humes beginning of the war. and if sold at once will be sold at bwuccii series in.i) lme the nppor-tun- bursting from the hood, also will be tin-- . o( ITihlllns I'wnt, ftiiiltvii'iiilj IViiiteTeirTTjHTIe time tile Mbs. Telitha Langpord, TAKEN UP. s rue Is staged, to participate. Other and uKo to accniiiiiiudiite the Burr, Ky. One red sow, one black sow, of speed fans who can not spare starters ulrendy entered iiru Howard the time to see a meet nf this kind on Wilcox, winner of the Decoration Day ted sow lias two pigs, one red High Grade Tobacco Farms Sept. I9 3t. week (lujs, llie iiiumiKt-im'ii- t has se- race at Itulliiiiupol Ik ; Italph De l'alnia, and one black, black sow has six Llmettone Fanui tht grow the hlihrit qul-lt- j For Salb. Registered Duroc lected .Sunday, October ., ns die dale Waldo Stela, Kdille O'Doimell, Joe black spotted pigs. Owner can ot totAcro on Stcne )'ike. within 10 miles of t pricci ranging- from s;j.uu to $160 u) hogs, sow, one gilt and two 15ier. Ira Vail, Art Klein, Dae Lewis, have same by paying for damage's Loulivllle TliU Imnd elimfur the oolite"!. This date will XKt trre. grooi (rum l.'tiu to 'iVO inate contllcts with any other big Tom .Mllinti, Italph Mulford, Tom pound, of LlgliUlurW tobacto to the acre. Ou boars: Spring farrow, Famous on spurting cxciiIk, will give tlioxe who Hlikc), Joe llinmas Nicholson and and payment of tnis advertise- rropa Inrarlablr bring the highest price ue Die LouiiTlllv nurket. During the past rar Colonel stock. Ribbon winhave Orion ment. remain In the dtj while the Iteds are others, Mid prartlrally a million dollars worth of (arm prorertr to Kentucklani and no mIp was ccr ners at the Mt. Vernon Fair. Geo, Smith, linprnu-mcntIn Chicago an opportunity to cc 1111 .Man. have been made br tu nlierc the purchaner sold at a los or Burr, Ky. trXtruorilliinr.v atlractlnn, and will made In the Speedway, which now is to 10 eten for Uio irliv tld. W. H. MlLLBR. 4.29 3t Come to Jeffersonf tile and let us show J ou what draw-- motor cur enthusiasts from hunthe fastest trail: In America and un we hare, ou will be under no obligations. dreds of miles around to the city for doubtedly will produce new records ut . Man with horse and buggy can Lost: -- Bunch of kevs on ring the day. this race. bearing my name. Reward for Veifht IaiuntBce & Realty Co. obtoin employment in this county. Box 258 Danville, Ky. return Jefferaonville, Ind. C. C. Williams. Volsjht Bid. 4 t. Oct. io. fhonm 18 lt mh-IIitlmii-Mind- FOR SALE AUCTON .SALE DAY, OCT. 20 TVi i 4 TTTSr-TT-TVT- TVr ysfi i i D -- TVTTvr-Tr EL i isrr- - i I iXlrTHl 4 I TXT OO i SXZiyi I JtXZ Electric Light & Power for Farms, Country Homes and Small Towns It Delco-Light Delco-Lighthas Pays For Itself Today there are over 70000 satisfied Delco Light users has been developed and perfected by electrical experts through a period of over six years been made so simple mechanically that a child can take care of it ; no carburetor ; no belts; no cranking; no water to carry ; only one place to oil. Delco-Ligis designed to use coal oil as fuel making the cost of electric light and power actually less oil lamps. than the cost ot the , ht old-fashioned Delco-Lig- ht increases the comfort and convenience of farm life. & di & It is only n question of time until practically every farm, country home and small town will bo elcotricnlly lighted Economy, com. fort, convenience, demand it. There aro other systems, but for service, economy, and simplicity the Delco system has no equal. Wo nre prepared to sell and install theso plants complete (including house wiring). And remember people, we stand back of what we sell and do We guarantee satisfaction. Let us figure with yob. BRYANT BROS. KY. MT. VERNON, Delco Agents for Rockcastle. Lincoln and Jackson Counties