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UiSCOjXJKED V V) i SHUij Uii rnuo " iHLI irs .IV v BV iww OUIL OUIL, PRINTING ttJtMMERftft C7IL BOND AWHSave llittii " VOL XXXIII MUU FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9. jftv vrvr-w- j nvuin rscaT.miB r : jmiiiii &G MHO NUMBER 16 jMMERMo un BOND PRINTING l&ttMmeyj BR ODH MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE nfout Goods E Will Sell :zgi3a:zxT EAD NEWS 1ms re- xz AMERICAN HORSES MAKE BAD SHOWING The Fourteenth Decennial Census HOP OF THE UNITED STATES IS ON WE LL SNOW BOUND liy W hit tier d GREAT WAR FOUND US POORLY PREPARED IN ARTILLERY ANIMALS. Dr. W. E. McWilliams Inii bouii turned from Cincinnati wlioro ho attending Modic.il Sol Northern has bton very sick since Sunday. Mr. William Howard died at his homo near Cum Sulphur Monday. iVr. and Mrs. Coloinr are here with his tte s, Me9daines J. 13. Frith, J. J. und Miss Lena McCall Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jarrett huve moved to their property in the Honry Addition Willard Terril. who is attending school at is hero for u short visit to his parents, Rov. uud Mrs. Tor-r- il Miss (Julia Barnes is ablo to bo back in W. 0: Yudon's store aftei (i short illness Tho rail road surveyors who have been here for past three weeks left Tuesday for Mt. Vernon. P. F. Robbius sold to Modo Huuitn 15 Mc-Ca- Shut in from all the world without, We ant the hearth about, roar Content to let the clean-winge- d QUALITY OF BLOOD COUNTS north-win- ll & ht Wil-mor- e, It James Tyree, of Lick, is very sick. Old Aunt Sallio Adams is ia town this week with friends. Miss Jewel McWilliams has returned to Berca where she is attending college. Tonoy Reader and Mr. Moses were in Stanford Satnrdav night Or. V. B. McWilliam received a tnessago from Louisville Mo tula afternoon that the small child of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Dillingham was dangerously ill. .Dr. and Mrs. McWilliams left on next train.'. Mr. Dillingham is a brother of Mrs. McWilliams. W. A. Owens, of Quail, and our townsman; Jacob Elder left .un-dafor Corbin, where they will conduct a singing school. Rev. Georgn Childress is clerking iu J. A. Oliver's store Mrs B. A. Yadou is suffering from rheumatism. Mr, aun Mrs. J.J.Albright, 'and son, Mack, Mr. nud.Mrj)Jv near Beo v' y MMMM lab nuns ill i. $U3o. Mrs l tta WW In baffled rage at pane and door, While the red logsbefoie us beat back with tropic heat; The frost-lin- e And ever, when a louder blast Shook beam and rafter as it passed; The merrier up its roaring draught The great throat of the chimney laughed, on his paws outspread The house-do- g Laid to the fire his drowsy head, The cat's dark silhouette on the wall A couchant tiger's seemed to fall; And, for the winter fireside meet, Between the andiron's straddling feet, The mug of cider simmered slow, The apples sputtered in a row, And, close at hand, the basket stood With nuts from October's wood. What matter how the night behaved? raved? What matter how the north-win- d Blow high, Blow low, not all its snow ruddy glow." Could quench our hearth-fiire,- s 8 French Army Furnished the Thorough-bred- t that Enabled Our Guns to Drive Toward Stop Ludendorf's Paris and Victory. X X years of exIf, after sevcnty-flvhaustive and convincing experimentation, n work tliut liuil cost tlie great military powers of Continental Europe HiiK&ln, Austria, Hungary, the Knipliv, France and Italy In the nggregute n matter of 00,000,000 or ?r00,000,000, additional proof of the e Ger-unt- il 8 TsutSVuTCuguV rnn: rtM Miperlatlvo value of thoroughbred blood In tliei military horse uud the comparative worthlessness of that proof wax supplied by the experience of the Second Division of the American Kxpedltlonnry Forco In the summer of 11)18. The Second Division was the division In which the famous Murine Corps was brigaded. The Second was one of the best equipped of the American grand units ns regards horseflesh. The cream of the remount service was In Its artillery and transport departments. In ,Tinii W1H, Jhr,.tHWid, Division cold-bloo- d 8 TV 4 4 TVTWnTVTTVT Community Home ai 2X3 Handsome Speed WasDedicated Last Night Structure Was Built By Louisville Cement Company At Cost of $25,000. Btillt at an approximate cost large wings The material used of $25,000 bv tho Louisvillo Ce- in construction was stucco and ment Company, the handsome cement, with lino woods for tho and well equippen community interior. Tne house was built at house at Speed was dedicated tho expense of the company, last night, several hundred por- - which will pay the cost of mainsons being present The guests tenance. All revenue that may were, employes of thtY niHl, th?ir, bo 'derived. from, apictttro ohqw, fa.iiijleT'&uaperfrpn's f rrtnv Sel- - piol'room,' cigar stand and other and tho surrounding sources will go into a fund, wh'ich country. It will bo conducted will be in charge of an Execu.to nn extent on plaos of tho Y. tive Committee, for betterments, parapherM. C. A., but will not be con- providing additional nected in any way with that or- nalia and adding amusement do ganization. E It. Gentry, ol Mt. vices. has been set Vernon, Ky., who has been a Y. One largo room M. O. A. worker since return- apart for the women Hnd girls as ing from service in the army, has a rest apartment. There is a large lounging and reading room, been selected us director. Tho main building is 68x78 with a good library for general ii size, with a basement and two use of both men und women. A feature is u well equipped pool room, which is large enough for Miss Lena McCall were in Maret-bur- g Sunday with Mrs. Lucy Miss Worth Albright McCall has mumps Mrs. Blair has re turned to her home at Lynch, 'after a pleusant visit with Prof, and Mrs. E. A. Strange. Robt. Speed and Billy Wators wore in Louisvillo lirst of tho week. Rev. and Mrs. Dock Gooch were up from Crab Orchard botweeu trains Wednesday ot last week. Misses E'.nora Frith and Pearl Hicks have returned from Lex- Chester Walhu loft Wednesday other social games, connected ington. Miss Nina Albright was for Withlta Falls, Texas to be with which is a cigar stand. In very sick with tonsilitis last week gone several months. Mr. and tho basement are a bowling alOwen Cass purchased a house Mrs. Bronston Elder will return loy, barber shop, hot and and lot on Silvor street from P. to Stanford to live. Undo Fulleti shower baths. The buildA Sbeltou. Consideration $l,5oo. Francisco lett Sunday )to visit ing has electric lights and steam Willard Terril was In Junction relatives in Lafollot, Tnnnessee, heat, and a lino lavatory is beiug City Monday and Tuesday. F. Williamsburg, and Livlngton. installed. Back of the house it attended court at Walter Robins is in NicholasviUe is planned to estanlisl) a park on F. Iiobbins Mt. Vernon Friday and Saturday. for a tew weoks. Mr. and Mrs. the seven or eight acres of ground i'. B. Moore und children, of This will be for an athletiu field, Marshull Sicith Mrs. mumps. Dave Belcher moved Arizona are the guost of his par where sports of all kinds can b3 his family to Artemus, Harlan ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore. enjoyed. Mrs. W. A Rabins is numberCounty. Josh Wilson was with his parents, Mr. und Mrs Camp, ed with the sick. School Monday with all the pupils bell Wilson, at Bee Lick last and faculty back in tho place Mrs. Egbert Walliti has week Armistice rhoumatish. Mr. and Mr." T. A. and several new pupils unrolled. as u people of Rockcastle Wo Proctor, of near Bee Lick, are Wedding bells will ring again F. F. Robbius was county have played such splendid the proud parents of a girl, which next week arrived last week. Miss Mildred at Ottawa last weolc overseeing parts in connection witn ull calls Roblus returned to her home at some road work. The roads were for help thut have caino from all Nicholasvlllo, Monday ufter a in 6uch a condition that it was sources in the last year, that we two weeks visit with relatives almost impossible to travel over feel sometimes as if wo are golu them, and in one nhee u horse to quit giving, but then there hero. Mr. and Mrs. Isom and baby, wors here last became so mairied in the mud comes tho better and higher self week from Lobanon Junction that it was necessary to kill it to tho front and says, '"No, v lust a our with Mrs McClure's parents, before they could get It out. muse curry on,' Squire Robbins says ho will do Father in heaven gives out his Mr. and Mrs. Tom Francisco his utmost to gat the Fiscal daily blessings to us. Wo must J. G. Frith bought a tract of acres on Negro Court to havo tho county roads ktep helping others. Wo must land of about 90 Creek, from Dave Wobb. Prlco worked iu tho Spring instead ot try to stop tho cry of hunger in Miss Mattie Houston, tho Fall. D. B Chandler and tho near east. We are called up41000. on as a Christian people of Rock- daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. E. James Pike, of this place wore on county 'or $600. Tho train No. 22 which turned ovorcast, K. Houston, of near Maretburg, at Mt. Vernon, near Skonherdsvillo Tuesday Campaign will start in a few i was married i".on. UU4 during the holidays to a young evening. Mury and Margie Car in tho Peoplesuuauijuuiiuia win UU bank and tho 'Sectcr, little daughters of Dr. and retary aud man from Lancaster. We join Treasurer villi bo Miss Mrs. her in n.V friunds hero in wish- week. Carter, wero very sick last Bess Sparks. Wont you help us? Llttlo Hazel Hordes is joy. Mrs. Ellen 0. C. Davis, Chairman. ing her much has moved to undo doing as well as could be Brooks "I understand that your son She was in a very bail Dock Haggard's property near ' condition Monday but some 6et- - got his B. A. nod his M.A." Miss Fannio Methodist church "Ves. but it is still his P. A. Iter last report. that 'supports Uim." Judgo. Brooks has tousilitls. Mae -- cold-wat- h-- s HUNGER Knows No v Mc-Clur- o, jmii.. ' TuriVlcdmUTStitty'to: s&.vtZH&rx? " 'WAW!! y'JLffl.mi - HW .1" :.sm western front near western tingle of the great Ma me sa- formation necessary to till out Census enumerators also wi,l; There has been another now lient the (Jcrmiin Offensive of March ho questions contained on the cull at every farm in this com dwelling put up at this place and to June hnd created In the French line. munity to secure the informa- are to ue two more in a iew printed census schedules Koch had sensed the impending thrust that was to win Purls Questions covering the follow- tion necessary to 1111 out the weeks. So by spring w& will victorious pence, nnd he was und nssembllng all ils available soldier ing points will bo asked of every questions contained on the agri- have quite a little town in the to meet It. The carrying out of thN culture schojulo. dry Valley- .- Listen ! boys had order by the Second Division involved person iu the United States: n march of Iessthan 100 miles, 07 to Each firmer will be asked you stoppep to think about this Sex, he exact. A'et 80 per cent of the coldquestions concerning the acreage being leap year? It is the old blooded horses of the urtlllery brigade Color or race; succumbed to. tile rigors of this more-datand value of his" farm: whether rule for girls to go courting in. Age at last birthday, march without having come under gunfire. Upward of half the horse.s single, married, wid- be owns, rents or partly owns stead of tho boys So look out. Whether that dropped out of line were so comMrs. John Payno and daugh and partly rents the land he pletely done up fliey were unfit to be owed or divorced, ters, Mrs. Lizzio Moses and Miss t.ent to base stations for recuperation Birthplace of person enumer- farms; the value of the buildwith the ultimate object of returnlnc ated and birthplaces of father ings, machinery und implements Julia Payne, are visiting relatives to mtvIco. The French divisions that accom- and mother, giving names of belonging to his farm; the quan- - in Tennessee. Austin Staverson, panied the 'American divisions on this both country and province if for- - tity of all crops raised on his of near Mt. Vernon, was a guest march lost no more than five per cem Sunday. of their horses 'Jlut the French artll eign born, occupation, specifying 'farm during tho year igi9; and of Miss Sallie Sowder lery, cavalry sand transport horses trade or profession, also industry aud many other questions .which We have been having some very r breds, were hnlf nhrtX cover all possible farm opera- coid weather aud it koops the the produce oG in system of breedlnu in which employed, boys very busy getting wood that had been. .' Instituted by a tions. attending school, Whether goveriaient sixty or seventy s & and making Whether able to read, of the great absolutoly accurate and j ears before thewtbreak , An Company have shipped some of war. -"p9 Whether able to write, complete census vitally concerns lvulon Suffers. Second tut,, Whether able to speak Euglish, the welfare of this community their tobacco but 'still havo a otilVillflpso.pf Its horse ltocause great deal"more whic" they'"wili$j equipment nu(V!fflHW,7Wade ot '" - Whether homovis-'ownodo- r and of evoiy 'porsonlliving in, it. Second Division 'did iiot'.r'ueh Its obship within u few weeks. Come jective until a day 'after the great rented, and if owned whether The official population for tho again Level Grcjn, we always struggle that was to terminate In the home is free of encumbrance or next ten years will bo detormine'd whining appeal of, 'tho Gcrmnu nrmj Is enjoy reading letters from that mortgaged. by the census of igL'o. for an armistice In October had begun. pluce for 'we have spent many Division fought the first The Second Be ready with your answers Persons of foreign birth will day without artillery protection and happy days there and would like suffered outrageously In consequence. be asked questions concerning when the census &ian call at to read letters fiom there each The artillery brigade reached the zone these additional points: your houso. of conflict lute In tho second day and weok Fred Hayes is building was enabled to take part In the series a large stock barn at this place. of actions that completely deranged DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Champ Gark I.udendorfs ambitious plan of conquest and put the great fleritnin army on the Bear in mind "Mother, is cannibalism abolishdefensive only because American reGraduate of Transylvania lain's Tablets not that Chamber only move the mount oillcers were able to bowels but improve tho appetite ed ?" it from the surplus horse supply of the Former Speaker of tho National "Yes, dear, why ? " "Because r French iinny with half and and strengthen the digestion. House ol Representatives, Champ Thoy contt in no pepsin or other I heard Autu Julia say that vou lireils. The French were In a position to furnUh these Indlspensa Jlark. of Missouri is one of tho digestive ferment but strengthen would bo having the parson r hie, animals because up to the beginning of March the war had been a alumni of Transylvania Collego tho stomach and enable it to per- dinner tomorrow." war of position rather ilinn n war ol at Lexington. Speaker Clark ioral its functiouf natnrnlly. movement and no hard demand had wrote in interesting vein of his been umde on the artillery and cavalrj iiorse reserves of the French nrmy. experience as a collego student at When the great war came to Its unexpected Mulsh the United States had Lexingtou in his memoirs pubunder arms, at home and abroad lished in an American Magazmo some :,700,000 soldiers, of whlcl circulation a few were of national 074,000 were Infantry, 301,00 engineers, .'80.000 were field urtlllery, years ago. At a meeting of tho Rockcastle Agricultural Association hold The but only liD.OOO wero cuvnlry. hero last Saturday, the matter of raising the 5oo. necssnry to biro field artillery was hoiked after a fash Ion. So vin the engineer contingent, Henry Clay a Professor In Transylvania (i County Agent for Rockcastle County one half time for ono year College nut the quality of tho horses thai was discussed. Reports from various sections of the coutny served the field artillery and the enIt may bo news to many gineer contingent generally was no showed that about 60. had been subscribed und actually 011 debetter. If, Indeed, It was as good, than that Henry Clay, one of posit with P. 13 Miller, Treasurer. The meeting was composed of was tho quality of the horses that failed greatest statesmen, was at sevoral farmers and business men aud thoy decided ihat if the peothe artillery brigade of tho Second her Division In the march from Verdun to one time a Professor in Trausyl-vaniple of tho town of Mt. Vernon would put up $250. tho rest of the tlie Maine salient. Collego und that ho was u Our Cavalry Not There. county .including nil the farmers and all business men outside of Mt. For such masses of infantry und curator, after leaving the college Vernon should'put up tho $190. balance, if they want a County Agent nrtlllery theie should have been for the field of politics, until his nt all. Mt. Vornon's part is assured and it Is no,v up to the rest to II.IO.OOO cuvnlry, uccordlng to the military opinion In the death in 1852. Mr. Clav's nut admitted and abroad. Vet only of the county to raise the balance by Fob. 1st. It his boon sugUnited States covered tho threo gested by sovoral farmers that Box Suppers and Pie Suppers be fraction of the absurd nn luslgnltli-nn- t ly small mounted contingent of tin years from 1804 to 1807. held at us many of the school houses as possible to help raisu tho gigantic military establishment of tin money, by that time. Tho SIGNAL will be glad to announce any Escheated Tory Estates Formed United States of NoM'inber 1st, 1018-tl- iQ second, third, sixth nnd fifteenth Box Suppors, Pie Suppers of Furmers Meetings to be for this purFirst Financial Support cavalry regiments was In France of Transylvania pose. If you should live m a soction either in or out of this liO.OOO troopers wero paMost of our trolling tho Melcnn frontier. More Three escheated estates of Tor- county wlioro you will probubly not bo called on to make a donation over only n moiety of the fill out this blank American cavalry forces In France ies, two from Fayette and 0110 to this cause, we would suggest that you kindly was mounted. At no time was It pos- from Jefferson county, foitucd and send yonr subscription to the Treasurer. sible to completely horsfe the second, tho first financial support of thlid, sixth and llfuenth regiments. Trunnylvaula Collego back In regiments, when The troopers of these 788. when It was Trunsylvauia they were not serving with machine Washington, Aaron gun contingents, were guarding muni- Seminary. tions uud quartermaster's stores. This Burr, General LaFayetto and Mr. K. K. M1L1.KU, Tmistuvr condition was due to the disgraceful wore fact that the United States had no John Jucob Astor 1st, Rockcastle Agricultural Association, tho first who gave to its sultublo mounts for its cavalry. France und Great llrltaln, to Insure prompt ondowmentj Alt. Vernon, ICy, - George Deatliorage is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Pcrciful, and c'.ildren, of Mt. Rockcastle's Enumerators Commissioned Vernon, spont sevtral days with friends and relatives at this List Of Rockcastle Enumerators placo last week. Homer Carmi-ca- l was with his cousins, Ewell, East Mt. Vernon Reamy .Richards Robert and Roy Cummins, at Mt. Vernon Georgo Bray West Mt. Vernon Satuaday and SunSouth Brodhead R. E. Albright day. Alfred Barnes has moved North Brodhead W. G. Haggard to Burr. Married, January 4th, Livingston W. R. Dickersou Miss Bessie Marler and James Ivan Bullock Bromo Stephens, both ot this plac. Walnut Grove Walter Owens Clara Carmlcal spont Tuesday Wildie W. M. Chasteon with Mrs. Alfred Barnes. Mrs. Childross Scaffold Cane Georgo Wm. Rowder spent last week Laswell Orlando Jacic with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Crooked Creek Roy Beasly Shepherd, near Mt. .Vernon ; Pino Hill W. M. McHargue Mr. Amanda Ilasly has moved to Red Hill Abner Burnett Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Robert Logs, W. P. Hayes Conway don closed her school bore last Johnetta Geo. Childress Mesdamcs Nathtn Tuesday. Year of migtation to United and McKinloy The Fourteenth Decennial Cen-- 1 Arnold spont States, sus of the United States is on Tuesday evening with Mrs. AlWhether naturalized, and if so fred Under the immediate direction Barnes. Mr. Ed Fletcher M. Elliott, Supervisor of the year of naturalization, of Nat Sr., and Charley Marler have the Eloventh census district of , Mothor tongue or native lau- - to Harlan to work. Tho g enumerators will gnageu Ky. census bells will ring in this part call at every dwelling house in' before wiDter is gone, but will ! wed-din- , ,,.. Verdun to the 11 e three-qunrte- d fires.--Spark- , POTm t three-quarte- fi-- Do You Want Agent? A County Ken-tuckla- a 2.T0.-00- 0 ip 1 I I I I I d, by the und effective American grand units In tho great counter offensive of Foch might spare serviceable artillery horses of the hulf r bred types because. nnd as hud u I ready been pointed out, the struggle for civilization up to the be-ginning of 1018 on the western front had been for the most part a war of position rather than one of maneuver Their reseres of artillery horses hud Iiut nelthei not been exhausted. Franco nor Groat Hrltaln felt disposer" cavulry of ui to equip with horses the urmy that should hue entered the con tltct with the best mounted and bes equipped cavalry to be fouud on the tlnee-nuarte- planet. AUvU Conductor Rose was in charge. I'ho engiue passed over but the coaches rolled down an eubank-men- t The steel coaches probably saved many fatuities. Among tboso who are injured is Miss Ella Mao Blanford, twenty year old daughter of C, A. Blanford, Miss L, & N aRont at Livingston. Blanford is iu Elizabeth's Hospital, Lebanon. Train No. 32 was wrecked at New Hope on Tuesday eyening , to bo used to Kiicloseil find check for $ help pay for n County Agent for Rockcastlo Couuty for one year from time present contract expires, 8 y4. 4 Name Post Uflioe ... State. 4. TSrTiTVT TKTTXi I XT l boys ubi u 6 m .. III!) T llnd Hi. tents right on the fair ground Hkidan Jim. ). u 20 near the big stock show pavilioThere were so many lliing t Published every Friday by see and rc.nutnber that I can' . 7. yotwa. tell you about them all. If yt. SUnSCHIPTlON ONK VHAR $1.00 want tog.) like I did and .see in I Hko I d yoi Advertising ; airs maue known on saw and enjoy it had belter ee Mr. Spence, i.ii application County Agent, and join ih MKMUKKOH Junior Agricu'tiiro Club mid di KNTUUKY I'KBSS ASSOCIATION something, this will give you n chance to no to the State Fair I gathered my com tho othi - s . v v. n n ( j i; I tho m ii n n in- - '. ? L GNAL n u :llll!t V. uf-'ts- fprrk, - Ui" v LUti WORiC In addition to the nbovn crtill-cates- , ..icges yiold ol tomato-- s by t " S i liege v Wi!u .""ii Hit, HriKhad; the of Agriculture. ( lunn ineniocrs and ehiMpM producti n have- won n.i id ino l .' incda s n . - JlKml HIJHlSCG!:ISKflKiJH 1) Kosii and bii-he- ls Ilawl Car- - u r. Wililie, nul the hiugest yield 'corn (J7-- 1 per acre) .lolinson, Orluiido, ini tinty Airent Spenre's territory produced in uiuntv Tin Mkiii bors who won nlso ! FIRST at dais will to at ml this ANNUAL M.eiing cf in t.ese 're Rockca.stlo ( ounH. Details of tiroductions will be and girls for tho lii.--t uiei'tnig ciiiul in this ;;i er from time to me this wintir - watch the paper NuTICK Mr- - J C. Kobt. F S)cnce, Moore will not fake County Ageir. ?nj more sewing until March 1st Honored Club mendii is to guiher Mt Vtrnoii in ho county. 'J his will inn Ire a otnl of i. loys Back of Your Success Three things are essential to your success mm diyaud tint I had 51 bti t I els, which cist ni" $29 45 bush'i- nt $1 Oo per 1 mitt-5- busln brought mi' $81.6.1. SSiti Y eqiul sfj.' 5 profr A REAL MESSAGE TO HOYS see it paid mo to raise this act AND GIRLS. of corn. Dnar Ro.icK-rs- : I won a c rtificate of ered 1 will try t Rive yon a last year from the State Cullcg-osketch of my experience with the Agriculture, and I am Junior Agricultural Club. I ing to win another this year. joined thu club two eurs ago I will ate.Mid schcol in IJeio unl derided to grow corn. On this winter account of the drouth my acre Yours very truly, only raised 16 bushel of corn Reuben Limbcrt. the first year. This year I deClub Membei cided to try my lmk iikiuii in P. S. corn, wlwduonks very well. Mr. Reuben has won a solid bron. Spence cnuio to my hruso one medal and certificate fron evening and wanted to look over State College of Agriculture sine my corn, so we looked it over. he wrote this letter. He referred Then he wanted to see my re- to thocortilieiito in his last cord book which was up to dato. About a month later I received a letter from Mr. Kercher, TO THE BOYS AND OlRLb State Club leader. Lexington, OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY sending mo my cert'tlcato of apThirteon of the Junior Agri pointment and the instructions to attend tho State Fair as a cultural Club members of Rock " "i ji. ,tmini. rf.H Hl'.'n.' IUJ ULPBMiU'...,. cates of merit, given by our State The Rockcastle County boy College of Agriculture, at Lex was sick and unable to go, so it ington, this jear. fbe.se certifi- was necessary to nuke the eaten will be given to the win second appointment which was ners at a special meeting1 called Homer Hansel, of Livingston. at Mt. Vernon by tho County Wo had a fine time on our trip Agent in the near future. When and after seeing all the livestock the meeting is called, every club shows, there was a judging con member ii'tified b) the County test which I entered and came Agent must respond and be at out with first prize being a $25 this meeting to receive his or her silver cup. This trip did not certificate. $2-lf Ford Industries . mounce New Year Gift of Eight Million Dollar Bonus and Offer of Participation in Future Prosperty Henry tho discretion of the directors, Detroit, Mich., jl. to draw interest and payment.s or the bonclitof hi-- , dependent". Deposits toward the mirchase of certiliciltcs IIltt. bll llHdewth . ,, ' ''ays after an employe his piy from thu com. pany; the am tint deposited, however, is not to exceed one- third of such pay. Deposits nes"?!' I made toward the purchase of Bonuses, which will he paid in ceititieates will draw intetesfat cash today, come in addition to tho rati of three per cent per plan which was annum, compounded semi an the profit-sharin- g inaugurated several vears ago nuallv Certificates must be paid for and which will be continued. It is the intention of the Ford or- out of bonus or pay and no em ganization to make the distribu- ploye will be permitted to draw tion of thesu bonuses an annual money from his bank account or event if the earnings of the com- other source to make payments A signifiVunt statement may pany permit. In cash and in tho numliorof be found in utie of the closing men concerned, and without sentences of the company's an "Grtm-fght- jiaiiaJini.' the nival, effect on in- noHrceuitiOi It dustry as a whole, this act of plans for enlarging the income economic justice surpasses any- and increasing the purchasing power of the dollar of our em thing in the history of labor. Tho lowest award paid goes to ployes are under consideration." The policy reflected bv these men who aro receiving the miniannouncements is not new with mum pay of S6 aud who who have been in the employ of the various tho Fod orguniation Ttio his It tory of the company for the companies three months. a nouuts to Sjo. The highest hst five years .shows that its has awards goes to the skilled worn-er- e ideal of industrial justice who havo been with the com- always been high. In 1914 the Ford Motor Com pany announced pany five years and wro aro a minimum pay of $5 a day $10.80 a day. The bonus received by the latter amounts since which time it has distribu ted approximately 100 million o $27o. Bank Bafance A Bank Acquainlance A Bank Credif A Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank 'ord nud his son, Kdscl Ford, inounced today the distribution fan $S.',oo,ooo bonus among the 8 .oooemployesofallbrancl.s of th. Ford interests and tho n. ausiuaration of an investment Inn "hereby every worker, from the mai who wields a broom to the chiol executives, may partic-- ' ipato in the proijts of thebusi- - Our officers are ready to with you. co-oper- ate rtii'.s : Some Historical Factt About Detroit in- (.Continued from 2nd page) the world, in a variety of K3fliK4 illlt. iw-a- a, ??miB !r "" -- JMBLJ"lr-JBKlffiRSHP-a Out of accumulated ripiUl riva all the furrts9 ibilu.try ami ap(!icJ cwncr,all the rotulWli and atneJi-un- it iocs of iLe tomiuun lot. Upon it lLeurIJ niuit drptuj ta lint prutYMtuf tciubUruitloa id wlub all Lave tukliarc -J- AME3 J. HILL. uf br The Successful Farmer Raises Bigger Crops and cuts down costs by investment in machinery. labor-savin- g Good prices for the farmers' crops encourage new investment, more production and greater prosperity. But the success of agriculture depends on the growth of railroads the modern beasts of burden that haul the crops to the world's markets. The railroads like the farms increase their output and cut down unit costs by the constant investment of new capital. With fair prices for the work they do, the railroads are able to attract new capital for expanding their facilities. Rates high enough to yield a fair return will insure railroad growth, and prevent costly traffic congestion, which invariably results in poorer service at higher cost. National wealth can increase only as our railroads grow. Poor railroad service is dear at any No growing country can long pay the price of inadequate transportation price. facilities. hi fT Qhib admthement A published, by tlie 3l66ociatiQfiftf8faibotujxecutLveL Thou Jetiring information concerning Iht railroad n may obtain literature ty uritinj to The Anuria-(isof KaUicay Eiecutim, 61 liroaduuy. New York. ritu-alium ing machine?, salt, stoves, soda and others. Why Wot Detroit leads iu the tcanufto-ttir- e of autompbile. approximate ly 1.252,030 automobiles were Mt. Vernon School oncers an accredited High b iltcl ftltll produced lust yeui; owns its own l Six turners in ileditrfo Three teachers do'uuj Haili School work. water work sv.stfV) .a.i.J rfertrtr. . ..1.1- -. "prat,-i'....: cil' ?r1v! ....TT. minim nuu oinuii letisunuuic. iiiiriMiiius. !i7,ooo,ooo. For further information address Detroit has 38 D. H. LYON, Principal, public parks. Parks and Bouleor E. B. COX, Secof Board vards valued at ijou.oUo. Belle Ihlo is considered the most beautiful island in the world for pubENOS SPENCER, Ptm. ' lic park purposes; 707 acres. OlAS. G. HARRIS, Vict. R.H.UNDSEV.Scc. The tinest fleet of excursion steamers in. the world hail from Detroit. Detroit has eleven miles of river frontage. Hotel investment aggregate $40,000,000. . Thoy yay Jobbers do $80,000,000 of business A RKOULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING annually. Detroit LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY has 16I public and 75 private 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.tolTico school. Public school pnpils, Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Student! dollars in profits to employes. churches, (all denomina- secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request Employers who receive a salFollowing this Mr. Ford was tions), 273. Educational approary will also receive bonuses. sued by minority stockholders priation in i9iq, $7,i44.ot7,7(j. will leave next weok for the Blm Ability and length of of service and compelled to pay dividends Street car mileage (one fare zone) Grass where ho expect to farn will bo the standard on which the instead of reinve-tiu- g earnings 311. Milfs paved s'reeu, 6j8; this Jyear. John McKinney and awards will be based. and ilucreisiug wages ns he de city hospitals. i2; material used sou, Sam, spent a part of las plan which In announcing the sired'. Sometime Liter, however, daily iu consumption of maiiu- permits employes to invest up to It seems that the New Year week with his daughter, Mrs one third of iheir pay in the or- camp tno announcement of a $6 factuied products. 51.676.450.00. has brought winier with it as Walter DeHord near Somerset Thoinns Lawrence has gone td ganization and share in the pros a day minimum scile of pay and Uetrou has about 2,700 manufac- we have been having zero weaththei? the purchase of the turing plants; 3I automobile Virginia where he has a perity of the company, the allied er for a few days. Miss Hazel .s,toekhqlders l?y manufacturing plants vand i2o Pripe-Jiainterests of Henry Ford are carijeturied tq .vdiool at ns motorutcn on 'a car. Mauri automobile accessory plauts. De rying out the ideal of Mr. Ford Henry ana luisol Ford. Mt. Vernon after a two weeks Thompson is at home from No sooner was tho organiza troit is thiJd in building consua for a while. Fred Hicks that labor has a right to particistay with her moihor here. fourth in oxports; in the benefits of the pros tion in their complete possession struction; pation Mrs.,Saliie Jones has closed her and sister, Mrs. Ola Denny will in gas consumption; school perity which it helps to create than they began to arrange for fourth at Sand hill and she and leave this week for Indiana an additional distribution of pro- fourth in parcel - post service; and, in the words of Henry Ford Mr. Jones, have moved back to whero thoy will make their homo. Mr. and Mrs. James Tnompsoii himself, 'should have a share as fits with their thousands of work, third in postal bank savings their farm here Mr. Larkin ers and the result Is the New In visiting Detroit, tho great Hicics well as a job." has moved on V. K. have moved on A. IJ. Hampton's Year announcement of an Dominion of Caiuulu may be farm and Mr. Thompson will run Thomas' farm near here , When the complete ownership bonus and the right to reached with very .'ittle effort wheat, buckwheat and grist Anna Brown has entered school of the Ford Motor , Company was share in the prosperity of the on tho part of the btrauger. A ut Berea. Sho will take a busi- mill there Mr. and Mrs. David acquired by Henry Ford and his industry. fket of ferry boats play between ness course Brown visited her parents, Mr. son last summer steps wore imDitroit and the pretty little spent Saturday Wade Mullins and Mrs. Win Win. Hurst the mediately taken to work out the INFLUENZA night with his Canadian city of Wiudsor, Ontaroi brother, U .1. Mullins. Mr. and latter part of last week. Mrs. details of the bonus and invest Canada has always been a re Mrs G L Lawrence havo a D M. Cress and children, spent starts wzih a Cold ment plans announced today. It sort for visitors who are desir new baby girl at tlieij h me a part of tho holidays with her always has been tho Ford policv l ous of taking a trip ' abroad" Kill tho CoM. At Mr. and Mrs. J. M. named Mary Retia.-M- iss to discourage his dividends to inniZA tntrn Ola parents, and mailing back the irresisti Broyles, at Plato. Dr. G. B. HILL' hj DofJord has returned to Berea non producing stockholders, aud' uie post card, (Windsor;, just to use profits in rewarding labor whore she is tenoning primary Lawrence has his new store ucross tho river from Detroit. house ulmost completed. A. E. and in expanding industry. This CASGARAkMUININE Tho Belle IlIo Park referred to grade j. Misses Georgia and Rose Hampton is visiting relatives ill policy, as Henry Ford regards Gentry havo closed thoir schools above is to bo unequaled iu the North Carolina it means not only good pay and a aud are at home for a fow days. J?OMH world. It's special atttactions share in the profits for the workStandard cold remedy for 20 year RECEIVER'S SALK. all kinds of fresh and They will enter school at Somer no include in laoiet lorm sale, lure, ers, but the employment of more opiates breaks up a cola in zt salt water fiih; a horticultural sot. Miss Essye Brown has had hours relieve) p.rlD in 3 days. ROCKCASTLE COUNTV and more people as the business Money back It tails. IT.e building, with plant life gathered a severe case ot tmsilitis. Chas. renulne. box has a Red COURT.' grows. L Davis and sister. Miss Etnel top wun tar, Hill'a from the four 7 n Ml corners of iho picture. J. M. Parsons, Plaintiff, Henry Ford holds, aud lias At All Drat Start world; one of tho best Ziological of Mt. Vernon aro visiting their vs; Receiver's Sale, stated it as his belief, sister. Mrs. Clay Thompson gardons in America; fine- bathC A. McColluin, Defendant For Salk: i double iroi bid that no man should be permitted Geo Lawrence Jr , has sold his By virtue of an order or the and three 3 4 size iron bed, all ing beach; public bath house with farm to Chas. to own stock in an industry unBrown. Price Rockrustlo Count v Court, render- 800 rooms; miles of canal for less he plays a productive part in fitted with mattresscas. Inquire, boating and magnilicenV boulo paid j,(5o. Mr. Lawrence has ed ut a call term l hereof, necom- the operation of that industry, Langdon Memorial School. vards for diiving; a lino and one not decided yet just whore ho ber '9. 1919. in ihn above styled and the initiation o( the invest- Mrs. Chit-leHrown "uso tl,l undersigned will, as half mile shore drive; baud con will $100 iiowtird, 100 f ul" c"urt' on plan is a practical upplicv. and Utile son, spent last with her Tho readers of this paper will certs and other attractions, owiad Hon oT that Iwlhf mother, Mrs. Marv Hrown near , ATURDAY, JANUARY.17.1920 be pleased io learn thi't thoro is by the city tmd for the Undti' tho investment p'an at least one dreaded disease that iCJ!,it,,e h??n, f l0 0,.cl?.Clf Walnut Grovo.-Hr'inLathi.., public. will tic iss'ied h the science has been able to cure iu certificates has returiit-- from I.liuois where ?,?, A. J. PIKB. names of imployes in do... mi all its stageMtiul iliat is catarrh, he has b.on for several months, Mt. Vernon, ICy proceed to ex- , nations of i... $500 aim $i f'tnrrh itntr jMeatly influenced NO GREAT ACT OF HERO- Mrs Kesslo Mullins and little I'ox public sale, to the hiirh- ... h constitutional conditions re- m n..i j daughter, spent Wednesday with est bid Jer, iho fnlluwnig describ " '" ISM REQUIRED. qnj,e8 coivdnutiolal treatment, ed psr&onal property: tivo service or the Mrs. Vanhook. Hu..s catarrh Medicine is taken If somo great act of heroism her mother, 1 rod mi'ch cow, 8 will bo permitted to buy or hold internally and acts thru Ulood on wasnecessary to protect a child Richard Gentry lias en tared tho years old; 1 led dry cpw. (5 years old; ilhe Mucous Surfacii of thu S3 s from croup, no mother would graded school at Mt. Vernon certificates. 1 black mare about o yrs. old; Theso certificates will hear a tcm tlierebv di roying the 1 black hesitate to protect hor offspiing, Mrs Win. H Brown has been mure mule about ovrs. interest at the rate but when it is only necessary to visiting her son, W. J. Brown at old. 1 biy mule, of six per com. por annum andt10 cnstituton and assisting na keep at hand a bottle of Cham Crub Orchard and va ul?o in about 9 yrs. old. in addition to tliU further pay- - ture in doinj; Us Sale to be made on a o.roAU of work Tho borlaiu's Cough Remedy having dontul work and Stanford tnents will be made somi aunu- proprietois havo so much faith iu glvo it as soon as the first indica- dono Capt. E. B. Thompson thrre months. Purchaser will be required to glvo bond, tun curative powers or uni's tion of croup appears, there fill If Hi a nil rnin.iu rf n ri ti ale spent a part of the holidays in proved secuiity, for tho with apCllla"!l Mmlicino that they offer many who neglect it Chamber in puymont pany permit, at a rate fixed by Qe ,,milh.J(J Dolurs for any Iain's Cough Remedy is within Barbourstillo. Mrs. Sue Ping of thopurchuse money, to havo tho board of directors. closed hor school lure list neck tho for e and off ct of a fajs lo cure Send cas ,j)at the rea:h of all and is prompt with a very uice entertainment. In case of death or disability for list of testimonials. bearb g lgal intorost from and effectual. date of sale until paid. certificates staudiug iu tho name Addre.--s F. J. Cheney & Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, of W. G. Niceley, Receive! , of un employe may continue, at Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all WH WHITE & CO. Ocala, spent Monday with Mrs, LOUMVIU.E,KY. Rockcastle County Court. Druggists, 75c bailie Jones. They hud beon to Utxral ataortmMt Stuavkd: Red hoif.tr. itvo For Sale:- - One RO uillgton nd lull value paid W. H. see Mrs, Jim L'aker, who is seri- years old. Five dollars reward riino No. 7 typewriter Standard '" run? ously il at "her homo at Cedar- - to Hrdor. I).. II.. ..n... IVll n, mtil.ac. Jane Bales, MT.VKKNON, KY. villu. Arthur llurt mid Ji i ii M J. Bethuruin.MtVernon, Ky, omivUm LMugton, Ky dustries, including drugs, add- Vernon Craded High Schoo Home County? 1 Go to School in Your "-i- ti m J totTrt-V'UUUt- tbi'f f Commercial School viarn r i LEVEL GREEN s Ik Sir n t 00 Mi-,- s "ix jS m!m BH IS Hi. liK-ut- y mi-li- t ":',.," t-- i op.-r.ito- d klry SSrV.&to'WK ,,, r """" 1 , pStl.tenTbulldinru'S - 1? 1 11 judg-raan- t, FISH NOTARY PUBLIC ..:. tr E8&3 I PTX V I , MT. V lilt NO N IGN.A Mt VkUNON. KV, Jim. g 1910 Mrs. Sam Fields lias movod to own for the wincr Mrs. hol.ls comes to town rnnh Inter to Miss Tevis Butlitmtm cntor-Mine- d keep nor children in school. She nt tho homo of hor parents is also boarding cliilJren who me on Mam St., Duo. 30 Thoso SOCIAL DOINGS I wummwiwM .u ! 1.' WABD NEWS Bullock who ha Mrs Bon b en sick for some time is slowh Improving. Miss Sallio Owens ol Bromo was the guest of her sis tsr Mrs. Jack Norton Thursday night Miss Leila Pope visiter Miss Verna Cummins Frida Miss Laura Payne wen! night to see her cousin Mrs. Harietl Cromer who is sick with pneu There was an entertainment at Norton Hchooi house Friday. All who attended nice timo Mis John Sawder of thu Freedom section is Missvary sick with Lu Grippe es Mattio and Lillie, oldest daughters of Mr. nnd Mrs. ins Win.stead have gone to Mt. VerMiss non to attend school. Lucy Cummins vbited Miss Lillii and Louunna Payne Friday. Uran Cummins bold a mare to Mrs. Lou Miller lor $100. Miss Edy the Cummins is very sick Mr. Lillard Simpson was the guest of Mr. Elmer Payne SaturLittle Miss Rlssie day night. Daniels of Reading Ohio has' come to make her home with her grandfather, Mr. W. D. Payne. Mrs. Bessie Cummins visited her sister Mrs. Sallio Cummins of Mt. VerSowder is non, Thursday.--J- oe attending school at Mt. Veinon. Mitchel Cummins wont to Wednesday on Buck Creek m. 'M up "No. 79" wno7( "70 wnnt toCnmmunt 7 f rj one wltll BIQNAL lOUItVULC & NAtHVILIC R ft.CO. mm TIMIJ TABLH. .v . 24 13 '21 nortn north south .South Fas. Phone No. 8. 5' 18 p m 8:35 a tr 12:33 pti 12:45 a m Landrum, Agent. Ky. Potoficf luall matter. ID Milrreil it the Mt Vernon, ntcnnil-ciu- i V K 11 H 0 AL Miss Cordio Hnsty is very sick with typhoid ut the Mt. Vernon Hotel. ' Mtss Sal Harmon, of Dublin Vu is tuo guest of Mrs. V. H. Kruegcr H. G. Edwards is in Mt. Vernon again, after a very pleasant us't to North Carolina. Rev. Clifford, of Dayton, Ohio, preached at the Christian Church Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Ro.scoe Hysinger was in Danville Thursday, calling on one of Danville's prettiest girls ' Miss Dora Blanton of Brodhead "v i' is the guest of Missess Carrie uTV'i 'i't J t)"'g- - ":l?'fe D. A. Cress and son, of Bridge- port, Iud., spent the holidays with relatives und friends in Rockcastle. R. L. McFerron, Rockcastle's. Representative, is at home from Frankfort. Mr. McForron will go back on Monday. Mr. C. E. Wood, of Mount verde, Flu., is the guest for the week end, of Mr, and Mrb. C. C and Miss Rissio Williams. Roy Cummins returned to 111., Sunday after an exvisit Oto parents-antended friends here during the hoi. days. r, d present were Misses Virginia nnd B.. G. Muilins, who sold his Svdney Crawford, Chris'ino Da. L. C. Rawlings, farm near Pino Hill few years vis Messrs. ago to the W. J. Sparks Co., and Ray Douglas, T. R. Richards, moved to a farm near Middle- - Dick Cox. town, Ohio, has bought the place Misb Cltristir.o Davis enter back and is now at homo to bis tainen nt tho home of her parents many friends again. on Richmond St., Dec. 29, Those C. C. McPherson and E. S. present wore : Misses Virginia Cottonghi, of Livingston, and and Sydney Crawford, Tevis lie Louis M. Millor, of Mt. Vernon, thu rum Messrs. L C Rawlings, received the Chapter Degrees in ai'.d Ray Douglas, of Bradfords-villo- , the Mt. Vernon Royal Arch T. II Richards, Dick Cox. Chapter on Monday night. The Mr and Mrs E. S. Aloright young men from Livingston entertained a number or their worp accompanied by VV. 11. CoU tong'm. W. A. Warren and Hu friends on lust Saturday evening with progressing Rook. The ' bert Nicelov. playing was fast and well dono The old year has como and The refreshments were delight-- , gone and wo are now entering ful and were beautifully sorved. upon a now and we hopo u more A spirit of good fellowship pre prosperous year than any prcvi-ou- s vailed, nuking tbe evening a Very happy ono for each one present. ono Thanking one and all of my Dessio Misses Bonnie and ustomers for past favors I hope Niceley entertained at their home for a continuance of the same on Richmond St. Dec. 22. Those willi many now customers added present were : Misses Christine to my list during the year Io20. Davis, Virginia and Sjdney CrawI am yours truly, ford, Margaret Sparks, Ruth J. B Cummins. Messers Muilins, Ruby Cooper. Tho Merchants of Mt. Vernon Bent ley Sparks, Tom Penningarc going to giveaway about $000. ton, Dick Cox, D. C. Craig, Earl worth of Season Tickets worth Cox. Ralph Griffin, John Albright, f. R. Richards 2 54 each, which will admit you r to the White aud Meyers Chatau-qu- a Misses Virginia utid iSydney which will bo in Mt. Vernon Crawford delightfully entertained next summer. This will be a six a number of their friend at treir day affair with a program every homo 011 Richmond Street with a afternoon and jjight and these Five Hualrxl Eacty. Xhazoettts heason tickets will be good for wre: Misses Christine Davis, each program during the week Tevis Bethurum. Margaret Sparks-RubThe first lot of tickets will he Cooper, Ad,i Brown, Messr?. given away in Mt. Vernon on Ralph Griffin, T. R. Richards, Saturday, JJanuary 31st, 1920 Bentl'.y Sparks, D. C. Craig, Better be here if you want some John Lair. of these season tickets. 11 in .school hero. T HE man who puts off buying a f--M PREVENT PNEUMONIA Neglect of a timple cold is often the direct cause of pneumonia. Children do not like to take nauseating medicine but do like the loothing effect of the external remedy, new suit in expectation of Lower sure to be disappointed. Prices is Take our advice nnd make your selection now from some (if our Pure Wool Fabrics and got it without delay. I3TS is ap- by nibbing this delightful lalve the chest and under the arms. Tt remit I tlmott tnttut relief from croup cad colds. It it not onoiuil lor fTnbborncun of pneumonia . to raccotab after a lev filffd .. ik - wulici sum mc curotu. ftnme's Vapomentha Salve mm application. mended Recom- tbe yoonrert babe bf doctor ca for crovD-cp30c. 60c M 11.20 zX all drag aM te&eral toret Fro sample upon requeii to u well for You will save money and later on you'll thank us for this advice CA BRAME DRUG N. STORE THK S II COMPANY Wilketbore.rtC. THU KOMB OF HART SCHAFFNER te P II O N K 27 & AJAUX CLOTHES GRADED SCHOOL & LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION Black-Draug- NOTES. before the Xinas holidays. turf im0mmimmami ...;..- W.t hi. new enTwentytwo Miss Clyde Watson is teaching business. tho Third Grade. This is tho ijrade Mrs. D. H. Lyon taught h-v- NOTICE. Tho Fiscal Court ol Rockcas ii . r THE BEST COUGH REMEDY. When a druggist finds that bis customers all speak well of a certain preparation, he forms a good opinion of it and when in need of such a medicine is almost certain to use it himself and in bis family. This is why so many druggists use and recommend Remedy Chamberlain's Cough LOCAL . J. B. Jones, u well known drug, Full lino of Fancy Groceries a. cist of Cubrun, Ky., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Job's Remedy in my family for the ' Trade in Mt. Vernon and ask past seven years, and found it for Trade Check. to the best cough medicine I Albert Cooper, who has typhoid have ever known " fever, is getting along very welL". Mri Harriett Cromer, who has been very sick with pneumonia, is some better. Don't forget to ask for Trade Checks every time you spend $t. in Mt. Vernon. The Dr. Fiuucis property on Old" Main street is for sale. See The Rockcastle Real Kstate Co. Rockcastle needs a County Agent, at least for aiiothor year. What are you doing to help pro-vin- PALE CHILDREN NEED GUDE'S PEPTO-MANGA- N Unnatural for Children to be Pale and Thin Palimess if Sign of Thin, Watery Hlood Prepared in Liquid and Tablet Form Both Possjs Identical Medicinal Qualities It is necessary for boys and girls to laugh, romp, play, and enjoy themselves, for it is at that stage of life that the foundation is laid for future health. Prompt attention should be given to the child who seldom laughs, whose physical condition prevents playing like the other children, whose appetite is poor, and who tires easily. If the lassitude is due to poor blood, which is often the case, a simple, safe, and pleasant remedy is within easy reucli. Gude's Pep-is just tbe tonic for pale, thin children. Gude's Pepoto-Mnn-gan contains the very ingredients that increase and enrich the blood, enabling it to supply the entire body with the sorely needed vigor, strength and vitality that make happy, romping children. For the convenience of the pubjic is prepared in tulet as well as liquid form. Both forms possess exactly the same medicinal properties. When you ask the druggist for Pepto.Mangan, look for the name "Gude's" on the package. If it is not there it is not For sale in Mt. Vernon at C. C. Davis Drug Store. Pepto-MangaPepto-Manga- one. Mrs. Jack Hysirger beutirnlly and bouutiful gave a New Year's dinuer to their neighbors and friends t An unoccupied house on Richmond streot, recently occupied colored, by Richard Mu'llinsi burned on Thursday night. Dr. Walker Owens lost his This black horsb last week. was one of the best horses in the counly and was a heavy loss Mr. and Live Stock Inspector of this county. I wish to prove of real Stjs 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Relieved The Normal Class starts Mon- value to the farmers of the counAfter a Few Doses of day, Jan. I9. At this tune we ty in this capacity and .am ready will also have a class starting in to bo of service when called upHigh School Work. All from on. Ky. Mrs. Cynthia doses ot MendomHIo, J. E Hunt, the rural district who expic to Seventy years ot successful use has HIgglnbotham, of this town, says: "At Ky. Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee euter high school come in on the made Thcdford's a my age, which Is C5. the liver does ' had a number of their friends in above date. standard, household remedy. Every THANKS not act so well as when younff. A few their attractive West MainjStreet member, ot every family, at times, Wo wish to thank the givers Board can be secured for the years ago, my stomach was all out of need the help that liomo for Rook party on Wednes can for tho many nico and useful The game was rural student at a very reasonable day evening my liver give In cleansing the system and refix. I was constipated, sent to me and my presents played progressively and there rate. children at Christmas. We do didn't act My digestion was had, and lieving tho troubles that come from wera some very intensive mo Honor Roll for December. not know who sent them, but we It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation, Indigestion, lazy liver, ments. The refreshments were 1st grade. Clyde Harper, Wil appreciate the.n very much. petite was gone. I was very weak. . . etc. You cannot keep well unless your delightful in their appointment, Ham Cvmmins, Dob'oie Oldham, stomach, liver and bowels are In good Mns. O. B. Sutton I decided I would glvo AND CHILDREN served Anna Mae Cooper, Hobert Nice-leand were beautifully a thorough trial as I knew it working order. Keep them that way. This was one of a number of It acts promptly, was highly recommended for this Try Ellen Sutton. Rook parties in the West End and I felt gently and in a natural way. If you trouble. I began talcng It Sadie Ping, Secone grado none has been more enjoyed. Leila Hysinger, James Pay no, better after a few doses. My appetlto feel sluggish, take a dose tonight Improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow. Prlco Payne, Casper Livesay. VJnj. Miss Ada Brown gave a very bowels acted, naturally end tho least 23c. a package One cent a doseSallio McKenzie, Bonnie Hamlin, enjoyable party at tho home of J. 69 Roscoe Siaverspn.itrouble was soon rishtcd with a few All druggists. her uncle M. J. Miller on Eas Thirdg'rade Dora Hamlin, Bright eye3, a clear skin and a body Main St. on Jan. 3rd. Delightful Villie Cheelt. full of youth and health may be refreshments were served. Fol grade 'Fifth Nettie Pennix, youro if you will keep your system lowing are those who enjoyed Nina Cox. Teopa Williams. Gladys in order by regularly taking Miss Brown's hospitality. Misses Ping, Konnie Cummins GOLD MEDAL Virginia and Sydney Crawford, Six'h grade. Katbryn Welch. ULAUn, UAKIt DLUL Ulf Dnunn Sow-Seventh grade. Ella Mae Christine Davis, Tevis Bethurum, OUR SCff VICE WILL SAVE YOU $30.00 r. Nellio Cox, Lula Pennix. Mary Langford, Jo Davis, Ruby V5, irarasiureii Kiirhth grade. Robert Cum Cooper, Edna Davis, and Messers. CLEANERS & DYERS; Inc. mins, Geneva Cox. T. R. Richards John Lair, Ralph LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The world's Btandard remedy for kidney, Ninth gride Lillian Griflin, liver, bladder and uric add troubles, the Send via Parcel Pott Griffin, Arthur Cooper, I,ulian L ouise Landrum, Mary Saylor. enemies of lilo and looks. In use since sizes. Miller. 1696. All druggists, three ausio Lovell, Reca Hysinger. Look for the nana Cold Medal on everr box and accept no iiaitatioo Tenth grado Lorene Muilins, Miss Martha Sparks, who is lid 11a Davis, Hazel Purrott. C. C. kJ home for tho holidays entertained Eleventh grade. Rosa Gentry, L. W. BETHURUM MT V12ENON.KV. tlio younger set New Years Eve julia Landrum. ATTCIINEY AT LAW W-A- N -T-E-D rt flA..nrM fi?rrrT with a Watch Party. Miss Beech, Sycamore, Maple, MT VKUNON, UY. Twelfth grado Marion Bank ol' Mt. Vernon, on Oak and Walnut Logs. charm-in- g in all the courts. Bonnio Niceley. Will practice Sparks proved herself a Chuxcb St. Special atten Utticctm cuurcn tirtci If you have any to pell wrlt to hostess, malting all feel it A meeting ot the tion given collections. &. BRO. CO. C. C. MENGEL Association :.- called Fridiy was goodtobe there. Those pre?, 'I'NoNK 80 Kentucky X Louisviye ont were : Misses Christine Davis, 1:20 p m to get their attitude Virginia and Svdney Crawford, r egarding thn building of a new school building in I920. Bonnie and Dessio Niceley. Mar"notice. guerite Welch, Tevis Bothurum. All parlies who are indebted to Messers Earl Cox. T. R. Rich, ards, L. C. Rawlings, Ray Doug, me, either bv acrount or note, las, Bontloy Sparks, Ralph Orif-fi- will please stttlo same at oncp W. B SiG.voN, John Albright Julian Miller. Mt. Vornon, Ky. rolled students MS BAD. last Monday. Black-Draugh- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- -- Black-Draug- ht Dlack-Drangh- t. - . - Women Made Young I Army Overcoats Dyed I d SWISS 1 trSxk3XX$iC ATTOUNKY-AT-LA- Williama - Kin-cat- d, Parent-Teach- ers - $$&0341&&C&DC&y n, TO THU DYSPKPTIC Would you not like to feel that jour Htomach troubles are over, that you can eat any kind ot food that you crave ? Consider then tho fact that Chamberlain's Tablot have cured others why not you. There are many who have been restored to health by taking these tablets and can now eat any kind of food that they lr, vGreen. his farm of sixty acres to Joe Cummins last month for $1800. Meeco has moved to Level T L Meeco of Williallia sold L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians I THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan with electric starting and lighting system and tires all around, for every day in the demountable rims with year has no equal as a family car. Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large, roomy seats, finely upholstered, plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement It is and f weather it becomes a closed car, parties; carrying the children ideal for social functions, the theatre, or to school, or for touring. It is not only comfortable, but really cozy, and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and lias all the Ford merits of strength and durability. We solicit your order for one. Come in and see it. dust-proorain-proo- f. D M. Cress bought tho J. M. Craig farm near Quail and will move to it in tho spring. This is ouo of the show places of the crave. West end of the county. Miss Winnie Falin, one of Rockcastle's best teachers, has accepted a position in tho high school at Etowah. Tonn. Miss Falin loft for her now work on Wednesday of this woelr. Go to Renner's place on West ain St. for your Hot and Cold Also fresh meats, Lunches. aud Candies of all kinds. Bread, A full hno of Fresh Groceries and that Good Red Oil. The Signal had a lino spirited NOTARY MT, VKRNON.KY. letter from J. R. Black, of Iud Mr. Black loft SALESMEN WANTED to lt twenty.two years ago He orders for lubricating oils, of a successful is njw manager Building Material Company. He greasos und paints. Salary or Office with Dr. W. Address has not forgctton his many Rock- Commission. Tbe ana wishes to bt castle frieiids. LENOX OIL & TAINT CO., Clevelafld.O. remembered to them OiK Now In At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. t Watches Diamonds Jewelery Fine Watch Repairing Thtlr Nw Location Dr. M. K. Pennington DENTIST WILL BE AT W.h.FISH BRODHEAD 12 -- PUBLIC sol-ic- Bed-for- d, Rock-castl- e Monday, January F. Carter i?0 Bryant Bros. MT. VERNON. KY. v$ 52 C3 FOR ONE WEEK OR 10 DAYS All Work Guaranteed tfSCZ " . TfcTr r V' j ' 7" .' TW?,1 ?TT u frWitiiHwhliifraii jgaBcatitugaasaawtt iftv'V' fjj 'm - r" -- s'x ywjf?': -- 'TVt3 iil IfiCMuriUd in " ua MfflU Better Light For The Farm light on steady absolutely your farm. But reliable. you want no experi- Let us bring Lalley-Ligment. to your farm for ht i w Galvanized Roofing If you are going to be in need of roofing soon, now is the time to place your order as it is almost impossible to buy roofing and "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" BARGAINS Men and Boy's heavy Cotton Sweaters $ 1 .00 and $2.00 slightly soiled Gloves, $2.00 white outing Gowns An opportunity you cannot nfford to miss, YOU ht want Its light is bright, CAR JUST IN 8 to X2 Men's and Boy's Overcoats. Some are priced as low as ....'" . . $1.48 .00 per pair I .50 7.00 ft lengths Just received a full line of Rubber Boots for seven years. It has proved itself to better; low-co- st r has a free demonstration. Call for been in farm use testimonialthe owners' book. Lalley-Lig- Seed Oats As usual we are going to be headquarters for seed oats. Our supply will soon be here and the price will be the lowest you can find. Write for price. DddgeBrdtherb a, and clean. run; simple; safe M0TDR CAR LJ IF medium-price- d Seven-Passenger Eye Openers Lenox Soap, large ,5c Ivory Soap ?c- . 7c !' PMl FelsNapma" "7c-"P.&G;Sw"- Natiunal Outs, 2 for 25c Pure Lard. 50 lb. can $15.00 Cement, per Bag .85c f WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE BEREA Kentucky's Greafesf Oounfry Sfore USE THE PHONE AND"SAV13 THE DIKFEKEXCE" KT Had You Thought To keep yourself satisfied, wel!-healedand i SOME HISTORICAL FACTS ABOUT CHANDLER SIX famous For Its Marvelous Motor DETROIT who married Miss Martha Baker Kiddle, Joseph of Brodhead, Miss Mary whose wife was Furnish, M. L. fJauiliu, Charlie On Monday tho 22nd day of Moore, who married MLss Etta December, I loft tny home in Cable, of Brodhead. Little John Hrodhend, Ky., to visit my childHeron, Misses Bess Sproule ren in Dutroi, Michigan When and Susie Hicks, all of BrodI alighted from my train I found head. The writer has a son and all my children and grandchild- daughter and six grand children rcn who live in Detroit at the in this city, so you can see that my earning. IT depot in waning am at home with my people After a happy irreMine they It seems like all these Rockcas loaded me in a car in the midst tie people are satisfied and are of 11 snow storm and rushed mo all doing well finanehlly, but I to tho home of Mr and Mrs cannot tell about their religion Detroit, Michigan. Jan. Dear Signal: ready to meet any emergency, you should start a bank account. And, keep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion by starting an account with us today. No matter how, small. .... ,' Our motto is, "Appreciation, considera tion and coustesy". Long words, but every individual knows what they mean. The Bank of Mt. Vernon T. J. NICELEY. Pres. GEO. S. GRIFFIN, W. L. Chandler Strides into Full Leadership there has ever been any question as to Chandler leadership of the fine car field, it is answered nw. The great Chandler .rears. It steps in to Six is sweeping its market. It displaces less cfTu Berve those who previously have chosen only hibh priced cars. And it -- pleases everywhere. From two thousand to three thousand discriminating Americans bought Chandler cars open and closed every month this Fall. And at no timo has the demand been fully met. Thousands have waited rcnths tor their new Chandlers, and have felt repaid for waiting. Nothing could more clearly show the regard in which America holds the Chandler Six, than the patience with- which these thousands waited for weeks and months for their Chandlers. They waited because they knew what they were waiting for because they knew it was worth waiting for. If You Don't Want to Wait SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car, tl895 Sedan, $2895 Four-Passeng- er Four-Passeni- er Next Spring, Order Now Roadster, SI895 42793 FourPassenger Dispatch Car, J975 Seven-Passenger All prices, Coupe, o. b, Cleveland Limousine, S3393 John Evans there in conversation I will nowgivo some historical wo spout the most of tho remainfacts about Detroit. ing part of tint night. On Weductroit was founded iu the nesday I went to tho homo of year 1701 by a French noble Den J. Pike, whoso wife was man. Cadillac Surviving many Miss Lizzie Cable, a niece of R. Indian attacks the litte French Ky H. Hamm, of Brodhead, settlement became a small And after enjoying a pleasant with outlying farms stretchday and portaking of a delicious ing bach in narrow strips of supper, I had the pleasnre of land fronting on tho Detroit saying the words thai made river. In I860 Detroit becomo Miss Stto Frank Cable and Mr. a British possession but ho David William Hal!, husband French population remained. In and wlfo. Tho young couple i7qG the Americans under Gen. left on tho night train for the Wayne took tho city from the home of Mr. Hall in Canada, British. In 1812 Detroit was whoro they spout the holidays. surrendered to tho British by Mr Hall is a fine young gentle Gon. Hull but it was recovered man and Missi'Cable is known in by the Americans iu 1813 folRoukcitatle to bo one of hor belles lowing their naval victory on before coming to Detroit and Lake Erie under Commodore she has not lost anything in Perry. When Michiguu became looks sinco coining Sinco I a B'ato in 1835 Dotioit had 5,ooo Imvo been in Detroit I have population; during tho Civil met quite a uumbor of Rockcas-tt- War lO.ooo; in 1863, 100,000; in people, some of whom I will 1888, 200,000. name: William Cummons, who Since I900 Detroit has gono married C. C. Metcali's daughter. forward so rapidly that her own Gharlio Metcalf who married Inhabitants find diuiculty in hor greatness. John Dillingham's daughter, C.C. Tho following tablo shows her Howell, who married Uncls Ben .Yudon'e daughter, James Hagg, almost unbelievable growth: vil-lago RICHARDS, Cashier VictP-Pres- . V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier vm,kir-:3- ' Lljaifc4v Jattener a Sure Iuxedo Hoc Ration jFil State Experiment Station Official. Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it is so very nutritious:, Digester Tankage, Corn Meal, Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Mid- dlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, Alfalfa Meal. This balanced Cane Molasses. A AT Jt.ViJtLj VCTQ XOlO. TVT you feed Tuxedo Hog cannot know how cheaply pork can be developed. Tuxedo is proa quick fattener a never-failin- g ducer of live, sturdy, good looking hogs. The formula is compounded along lines suggested by a prominent UNTIL real-Izm- ir , mixture is sweetened with PROTEIN 14.5: FIBRE 7 CARBOHYDRATES FAT 3.5 . Population 1000 1910 1918 280. 000 488.000 1,044,000 Dank Clearings $ 427,800,392.00 910,835,007.00 Bulldlnjr Contractu $ 4.112,400.03 17.225,045.00 18,2 J8.832.C0 BRYANT BROS. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO 3,181,120,372X0 Con-sii- 55: s 9 17 the United Statos Department iu enumerating the population of cities for the conscription measure placed tho fourth American city iu population. Thus in a generation Detroit's population of the In 1 Do-tro- lt city has more than trebled and has jumped from being thirteenth American city in 1900 to tho fourth in 1919 While this wonderful dovelopmeut is inseparably connected with tho motor car industty. Detroit also leads (.Continued on 2nd page) Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, Egg Mash See Your Nearest Dealer ia J. W. RIDER CKABO.tCUARO .... 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