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Mount Vernon signal: July 16, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920071601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 16, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $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. jwir TKfeDo ITATIONERY on tMftMMHMCltl PRINTING ngnv Bttnnni " VOL XXXI 1 cntan FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 16 1920 NUMBER 42 I r for your Job of punu We will use ii: VMMCHMt OTIIN S, 1 MT. VERNON, V ROCKCASTLE OOOOOt 'XHKMKHOOOCHKHKKK) oKK0-0KKOQK0H0-CH-- Brodhead News 6 White & Myers Chautauqua a Splendid MAKE THE FOUNDATION SECURE $ 'I success m f W0HHHKHKHKHKH I ProbaMy no othor series of Will Robin i was lieio from Tfamni Ins beun very sick for the Corhin f.rst of the week, willi liis past wee. Several from hero programs over given hi the counwifu iiiul childtrii Miss Pearl attended thu Ch'iulntHiiiu at Ml ty has been given thu general ap. ., , , i .. . Blaufnu li.is reov red from mom vcinoi Hint reponuu a nicu nine. proval and received tlio generous lus. Mrs. 0 E Uice, of Iiuis M rs. Ivnte Tharp at.d son appreciation accorded the provillo win here Sunday llio tuest Gravely, have returned to thoir grams of the White & Myers Chautauqua that closed on Mon of het iiiiin, Mis Will Mnipliy In nip nt Junction City after day night. The While & Myers Dan Gray inndu lis usuul trip spending several weeks with people gave us twelve programs, hare here Sunday Miss Gl tdys here Mrs. Bet Howard Oliver is spending tlio week in was in Mt Von on Saturday on each of which was of high type, and in which each entertainer Beroa with her sister, Miss Ris-sie- . business Rev J. K Terrill Miss Uortlili Collins, of Utnb preached at tlie Methodist chinch was an accepted artist in his Orchard, visited her cousin, MKs Saturday and Sunday. Misises line. Tho breadth of variety touched all of tho finer human Moo Sowder, near here, first of Haid and Isabella Mar the week. Miss Ada Iltown mid tin ore in Nioholasvillc the guest amotions. The splendidly efficbrother, Jnck, of neir Ottawa, of Miss Mildred Robins. Mr. ient management of Mr. Mc wore here Sunday. -- Miss Mil- and Mrs. Frank Dees, of Livings Donald; Miss Smith and Mr. Givens won for them the admira dred Itobins returned to her ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L tion, respect and friendship of home at Nioholasville, Tuesday Payne Su day Mr and Mrs. eacli one closely connected with after u two weeks visit with rel-a- ti Chester Wilpon and little daugh the promotion of the Chautauqua. es hero and at Mt Vernon. tor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Their many triends have resolv- She was accompanied by her Adams were guests of Mr. and od to ask White & Myers to reaunt, Miss Clyde Watson who Mrs Johh Wilson Saturday and turn the same management next Mes-daniwill spend the week-enSunday. Owing to the heavy year. Some of thu local commitIda Adams and Marshall rain Sunday the singing and tee, who accepted the financial Smith wore in M'. Vornor. Mon-day- .Mrs. James De vault has basket dinner which was to bo at responsibility, worked vory hard returned from Louisville Mr. the Pair Grounds was postponed in puiting the Chautauqua over. Jim ftjutcr and .hicg,- lunlU. neX' Sunday. Rev. L N. lhe success was complete, andJ'rifYlT lrtJWffi,'UlvSt:SY- - ( MTNHW-- Klori BowliuK 'filled lers, 'Virginia, Oe'orgi.i-au- d --- ., i.j.": ... w i i 'pofiitment at Gosheri Sat u relay ku tuu iiuu spirit or cooperation.. I da were here from Skinfold Sun day Hob Hicks has returned and Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Dock on the part of Ltrodliead, Livings COUNTY BOARD from Detroit. Misses Ida and Oliver and son, Other, visited ton, Wildio, tho rural communiVei Hamlin weie here from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oliver during ties and Mt. Vernon. Much was Mt Veinon Sundav the guest of the week. Mrs. Jo Minlc and done to develop a community Thinking and Patriotic People the family of tliuir .uncle, J. A children, Evelyn. Etta and Jose-p- spirit that will continue to bring In Each County Are Oliver ne, of Lexington, are with her to our people the better things Mrs Henry lopkiiu. of of entertainment and inttructioo. Urged To Act Detroit, who is with relatives in parents, Mr and Mrs. P. 11 the county, was here Saturday-M- iss Robins and other relatives here. A contract was signed for a H. C. Gentry was down from Chautauqua next year and the Problem of the Rural School Will De Eila Carson spent the latter Mt. Vernon Sunday. Well on Its Way Toward Solution Mesdauies following is a list of the names part of last week n Mt. Vernon of those who signed it, many of ij When Interest In School Matter Is W M Sowder and W A. Robins with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham , whom considered it a privilege: j Manifest. were in Mt. Vernon Monday havand attended the Chautauqua C D. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt and lit- ing dental work done. . Mrs. 7 The editor realizes the 'crlstalm " tle daughter, Dorothy Vernon. Ghas. Brown and children, .and J. W Brown. matters which Kcataeky and - Fl6yUMlller'lrf'!, Is fnetngr?tfHas f.EieinlJl)slrrgtTnr-SMuraay"a- ud . 'the MisspdhrrW6aTTiTlJivit?gston W. L. Richards hcon giving the readers of this paper Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne visited relatives here fitsl of a h.tIos of articles, statements and V. C. Tatu Carson, of Uarrimau, Tcnn.,weie the week. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. cartoons to help put Kentucky on the J A. Landruin with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Musters returned home Monday educational ninp. The reader recalls, C. Davis Chas. W. A. Cui'miii during the week. after a weeks visit in Williamsof course, that the last legislature Richard Cox Mrs Jesse Walleii was in Mt burg Raymond Wallen left Fri aM'l some strong new school laws; John R. Albright Vernon Tuesday. Mrs. R. II. day for Ljnoli to find work. but with the nilltlpllclty of new laws W. A. McICeiizle oi) the statute books, lie or she Is quite upt to have a rather hazy idea T.O O'Mara comsi,oudo"cfc Witl Gw- - iam of the law creating the new County E. T. Mullins m. v.o., oi umo, on inu sumcct Boards of Education to be elected John Lair noxt November. As tho act creuting highways, and Boone Way partiHenry Dailey thete County Hoard of Kducatlon Is cular. Tlio Governor gave the too huig to bo printed In full, the Raluh W. Grillin editor is giving an outlino of It below. The LaFayette Hotel will ha movement good advice and sub L. D Bryant t The now County Hoard of Educafor thu opened lor guests in Septum Lor stantial encaurageuu-uD C.Craig tion is to be composed of Ilvo mem-boipushing of tho highway thru the Tho cost, of this 13 story builu-in- g elected from the county at largo. U. T. Yuing Ciiini.orlands. Letters liavu been Tho candidates for this oulco are sewill bu Si. 400 000. At a exchanged L. W. Belhuriiui emed by llfty voters signing a petibetween us, at various meeting of tho directors last MissTevis Hctinuutu tion to have each name placed on tho tunes since the above date; April week it was decided not to lease Any number of candidates ballot. W. W. Anglin may be placed on this separate ballot thu establishment to thu Phoenix 20th being the latest, wherein W. H. Fish the Governor expressed thanks which shall carry no party emblem company but to maintain it W. G. MoHoe or device, save the words "School to E. C. Walton and the writer M. P Fenzel Ticket." The five candidates! receivfor their interest taken in his ing the lurgi-s- t number V votes shull S. F. Bowman candidacy. rel-Hivi Livingston News 6 0 CKKH0 0 K) 0 0 - - -C - - - - -( Mrs. Hobart Griffin and son, George Samuel, of Mt. Vernon, have been with relatives hero for the past week. Little Miss Alma Pilco is visiting relatives at ML Vernon. Mrs. F. Dishon, of Maywood, has returned home after a few days visit to her mother, Mrs. Emma Jones and sister, Mrs. Hrirvo Mink. O D. Bryant the automobile aud De'co tight man, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Monday. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Oliver and son, Other, are visiting relatives at Mt. Vernon and Brodhead this week. Mrs. John Cockrell is visilitig her parents at Paris this c es Pfe SERIOUS PROBLEM Solution At Moment Is Selection of County Boards of Education Every Real, Fine, True, Man and Woman In Kentucky Urged to Get Busy at Ones and Interest Themselves In School Matters. Every county In Kentucky was short of rural teachers lost year. Every county lu Kentucky will be short teachers again this season. This Is a serious proposition especially as the number of men and women passing the examinations lately held for teacher's primary certificates was quite Biunll. Of course, tho new minimum salary of $70.00 per month for rural teaehors will help the situation In the future; but tho best possible solution of the problem right nt this moment Is tho selection and election of a strong County Hoard of Education at the No ember election. The reader should not think of this problem as a strictly Kentucky affair for It Is nation wide and extremely serious. Dr. P. P. Cluxtou, Commissioner of Education of the United Stntes, recently asserted before tho Conference at Cltlxens' National Washington, D. C: "The new conditions requlro that the schools shull be more efficient and more effective thuu they have bceu In the pust and we are faced with the danger that they may not be as effective as In the past. Wo ure confronted with a great shortage of teachers, and there seems to be llttlo chance of Immediate relief. According to the most careful estimates that can be secured, between three hundred and four hundred thousand children were deprived of schooling this pust year because of school closed aa the result of shortage. "Even more serious Is the rapidly growing of number Store than half tho teuch-er- s teachers. of the nation SWI.OOO are not prepared on any reasonable basis for tho work of teaching, a reasonable bus-Ibeing understood to mean the minimum standard that progressiva communities have long Insisted upon two yours of profesblouul trulnlng beyond the four-- ) car course. "A conservative figure for the num ber of now teucher thai will bo re-- ; quired this fall Is 110,000. It Is more likely to be l'JO.OOO, uud It may reach Tho giaduutes of normal 150,000. schools this jeur will be ' per cent fewer thuu In 1010; they will total about 10,000. If we add to these the lurgest possible number wo can conceive of from other teucher-trululiiInstructions, we shall have at the outside 80,000 piepured teachers to nil the vacancies, or u delicti of at least s hlgh-bcliog ar-lr.?- uT?rc?fw6TXTlil ..! Tn)IIA w-w - JiLmilYUl.iLmjUUYd nmMmmFm week. Mrs. I. A, Mann.of Paris, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Walton this week. Mr and Mrs Rico Walton, of Lynch, are visiting relatives here this week. A Mr. Craft, as manager, and Miss Hal-li- e Ashcr, as clerk, has charge of the company store at this placo Miss Ktliel Hayse is spending a few days with relatives in Cincin- - 1 hi f -- whole-countr- NOTES FROM LEXINGTON Green, stopped' off hore betweou trains enroute home from Cor bin. Mrs C. E Rice, of Louisville, was hero between trains Tuesday. Mrs C. E. Rice Jr., and children, of Louisville, are visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Amyx John Renucr, who 15 years ago lost his hearing in one of his ears on account of a bug getting in it, came to Dr. Webb Monday and after an cper ation he is now able to hear a watch tick, so the day of miracles is not over. Mrs Willie Cromer will leave in a few days to join her htisband in Lockland, Onto, where ho is working. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Mink have returned to Richmond after a few days with Mrs. Georgia relatives here. McCiure is spending a few days with relatives in Mt. Vernon. Rev. D. A. Webb, of Mt. Vernon, filled his appointment at Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Wo aro sorry to learn that Undo J. C. McGuire is on the sick list. Miss Sallie Price, of Level Green, passed thru here Sunday to Mullins whore siio began her school Monday. L H. Davis left a few days ago for Colorado opi injjs wneiu no win leiiiuiu iur some time. Mrs. Cleo McCiure ...1 .l.f mmmmpmmim0immMmm tv will bo easf ier beat-Thone ... au Vernon Monday. A. P. Lomas. master wns in Mt. Voruon Sunday. Ono of mother Eve's fair daughters was the attraction. Tho Livingston Graded School trustees have employed Prof. V. R. Dickerson, Mrs. Georgia Mc Clure aud a Miss Large to teach tho school this year. Mrs. Charley Brown is visiting relatives in Brodhead. Mrs. Ella Argen-brighof Knoxville has returned homo after a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mis. D. K. Mrs. H. Witt, who been in very poor health for some time, is much bettor. Mack Murtin was in Mt. Vernon Mon day. Mrs. lvollio Harris, who once was a resident of Livingston, but who now lives in Illinois, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGuire. We understand that there if going to be a third Presidental candidate in the field this year. Tho way it looks now, Senator LaFolIette is like to be tho man. Wh have t, ... .. While we have no fears but that. Cox and Roosevelt will come out moro than conquerors, yet if LaFolIette runs it wilt bo much easier. We are thinking wo will y. Ma and Mrs. Roy Boasley, ol Ravciiwood, have located in Day There seems to bo no let up in ton, Ohio, wheru Mr. lieasloy.has tile garagu business. Severn u lucrative position with one ol new ones aro undur way besides the largest grocery houses in the "turvico" stations going up iu country. various portions of tho city. Marshall P'eatherstou, on Upper Hubert Niceloy uud family, of Street aro just completing a big Livingston, were visitois here addition to their already large establishment. Tho new portiui , last weuk. of brick and steel covers a space of 120x150 feet. Judge L. W. Bethurum was oer from Ml. Vernon one day ast weuk, looking after business The fund raised in 1918-- 19 by in court here. Dixie Highway friends along that road, including Indianapolis, Cino0o cinnati, Lexington, Knox villo and Mt. and iMrs. Harry INorris are hero Iroui Dayton, Ohio, ac- Kentucky citizens is being used on the seven mile section of the companied by Billy Roppuit Nor-rls- , Dixie Boone betweou Livings-anfor a two week's visit to the Parkers Creek. family of Mr Norris' patents. Mr. Noiris is manager of the Kroegei groceries in Daytou. Mrs, Nor J. K. Maret, a former Mt. Verris wus Miss Ruth Repport, ol non citizen, has had the ageucv Rockcastle, a niece of Mrs. Rosa at Ft. Estill, Madison county for Bcusley, of Orlando. a number of years. Ho is also night owl at Ft. Estill Junctiou. 000 000 C U. Williams I. E Thompson Robt. McKunzie 000 Joe B. Mt'Kenzie J. W. Rider F. L Durham Dr. Walker Owens Lewis Millur James Pinkertmi Fied Krueger E S. Albright Geo. U. Fish Dr. W. Carter, Brodhead B. B. Purcell C. Vurnon Cox Miss Dessio Niceley William Hicks, Wildio B. II. Parsons, Wildio W. A. Jones. Wildio Win Bullock Julian D. Miller W. 000 000 d J. Sparks 000 R. A. Sparks S. T. Proctor Dr A G. Lovell A. M Hiatt, Brodheadl Miss Mattio Chtsnut Miss Huth Mullins John Robins, former Signal reporter from Brodhtad, is having Indications point to tho largest splendid success in his business tobacco crop over raised iu this venturo iu NicholasvlMe. One portion of the state. of his partners is a wealthy coal man of Loxiugtou. John is manager and is kept busy on thu job Wantkd:- - Man with tram or auto, who can give bond, to sell of a well established business. 137 Watkins homo and farm Biggest concern of products. Fritz Kruegor was iu Lexing. hind in world, $1500 to $5000 ton 0110 day last week. yearly income. Territory iu this couuty open. Write today to J Bacit in 1913 when Uoone Way R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 144, Winona, Minn. vi as lauuehed, the writer got iu 000 J. 000 0. D. Bnant B. Cummins Mha Anna Belle Steward John D. Miller L. V. Murrell Walter Henderson W. B Slginon Mrs. Cleo W. Brown Mrs. J. W Rider become members of the County Ilonrd of Kducatlon. This County Hoard of Kducatlon seof lects a county superintendent schools and decides upon the sulury which can not, under the law, be less than $1,1!00 a year. Tlio board will also appoint in each school district a trustee who shull look after the bchool property; but shall hare no voice In the County Hoard. This same County Hoard of Educa tion shull tlx tho rate of taxation for hclioul purpoes In the county; but before doing to shall, with the help make of the county superintendent, an Itemized and detailed budget of all school oxpeuscs. This act, ulo, provides that the County Hoard of Education shall appoint at least one attendance ollleer whose duties bliull be to compel the regular attendance of all pupil children at school as provided by law. It Is needless for the editor to say In conclusion that this new law will do much tun aid taking tho county tchools out of polices. If the thinking and patriotic people of tho whole country will Interest themselves In the selection and election of a strong County Hoard of Education, the problem of the rural school In the county will be well on Its way toward solution. The fuct thut the editor Is giving this space to a discussion of tlio Is school problem when newsprint both sea ice and cvxpeusivo and Uio added fuct thut prominent men are writing strong statements for the press urging the people to get behind their schools, uieuns that we must make our rural schools better If we are to have a contented population In tho country, und thus strengthen the nutlon. and children, aro visiting rel.u tives at East Bernstadt. Mrs. 3ueMulliu-hashaa Delco Light plant Installed which will add greatly to the northern part of town. Misses Ella Mae Blunford and Loretta Pickett were in Mt. have a landslide anyway this fall. All the signs are pointing to a democrat victory. Mr. aud Mrs. Foley, of Paris, are visiting aelatives here this week. Uarl Leo Thompson, of Pineville, is visiting relatives hore and at Brodhead. G. W. Murphy and Irvine Fields were in Mt. Vernon Saturday on business. Earnest anrl . Jim Arnold have returned from Indianapolis, after a few days stay in that city. J.B.Hayso has purchased a house aud lot on Main street from E. C. Herd. Price paid 1100. C. L Hughes will move into tho property in a few days. Mr. Herd has bought aud bold anu moved so much in the past few months that tho chickens will set down and cross their legs to bo tied so moving will be easy. Mrs. T. J. Single-to- n is visiting at Faristou this this week Mat Pike who has been quite sick for some time, is able to como to town. Urban (. wuing, who has been on the sick list is thinking of having an operation in the near future. Mrs. Leo Mullius visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sum Stalls-wortat Altamont Wednesday. Miss Opie Large visited her sister Mrs. Robert Warren, at London, Wednesdav. h, County Hoards of Kducatlon have always been needed In euch und every county In the state; but they are today u vital and absolute necessity for the welfufe of the county, tire state aud the nutlon. Every real, man und woman flue, true, In Kentucky should get busy at once and see to It tlnK the new Hoards of Education ure composed of citizens who will do big and constructive work for the boys and girls on the farms. 80,000." Good EDUCATION KILLS AGITATION CHAMBERLAIN'S AND COLI C Smith of New Governor Alfred York, has the following to say concerning thu vulue of education; "Tho best way to meet the evils of egltutlon Is with the real son which proper education applies. I regard education an the best remedy for mistakes or false political con- IS. ultra-radica- THINK A IT OVER 000 000 DIARRHOE RK MENDY This medicine always wins tho good approval if not the praise of thosowho use it. Trv it when you have need luc t,uca a remedy. 0ADt8AAM letter reaching tho Hureau of and replyedlfyou got time. tread, Auto Tiro und rim, beEducation ut Washington lutely from So sed Yon go & points to the tween Berea aud Conway on last an ordluury citizen contained the foldore just like Thedubara. I went Sunday afternoon. Finder will lowing pithy sentence: "Iu the city they won't give people liko tho villen. return to or report to K. J. Smith, with children a house: and lu the ovorherd pa & to Brodhead, Ky., and receive re. Mntulav country they won't give us a school"! I other icon tawklng about wifes. 1 ward. Thick It over carefully. man up & sed Jim's wifo' wood pa sed O drivo a man to drink, boy I wood like to see n woman Friday pa & me was out a cud drivo mc to drink. I playing golf that is ho was play whitch ast ma wlmt he uient & she did-deing & 1 was his cadanswer she looked mad. dy, his bull landed Tuesda- y- They is lots of purtys wh?ro it shoulJent being had now & 1 go to ovry 1. ought to of landed nil ways liavo ice cream, touito pa he blamed hisolo they was 1 at Esters house & club for it. won ho Ester &. mo was a walking out by went to nocU it out tho pair tree & I sed Wont Hob he missed it and let b: mad if lie sees us to gather, out cupple of cus-sin- g she sed O no ::ot when he sees I lafied ut her Ho who I am with. wirds. ngen & let out joak. tho moro I think of it I struk what she uient mebby 1 movtd wonder a notnor she was u slumming me. awav a ftio ft and. Wednesday wns cutting thtew was lucky f ir mo I lafied. It IligghiPs barn yard to go a fishmoved to. I list pa how he lernt 1 to swear so fluentish. hr smiled ing saw a white box it not h of his knowing what it was I stuck a a littel ondsed he lernt & thut soon I was own pa wnltch was walking thu stick in u hole stung 4 diffrunt places. It musta flore with him when he was a kid ben a regular bee hotel. And Saturday they are a man bord- rooms all tuk. got scolded for ingataro house now. He cum running olT. wish this wood of ., i.i it fni-- ImllcTfsllnn. happened when they was skool to fc frum the wa.v he eats I tltinlc miss. ho is going to get it all rite-Thursdiy to soro to wrilo iu Sunday got sent away frum the label, for u t'ival matter to. LOST. I ust ma to pass mo tho bread she sed to me If What. 1 answer-eA jlxl Goodyear, diamond Slats' Diary I ., , diry. d A! T. IWH V E II N !'. WwbXi . ,k. aiSrSltCl'il " Vlhw 4 T.1 0 N I GNA 16, 1920 WIFEISLIKEA ' WITHERS iMre-ju. Dili-ha- v- - Syi ZZ2SFZ5i?$ SWINEBROAD Swinebroad, the Real Uslate man of Lancaster, Ky , gives a report of his miction sale of land during the month ot June These uo'o the s.iles that ho nd. vertisid It his .lutie catalogue Every farm was offered juslns advertised and was sold to the entire sailsfucilni. of the ownei s u-- Friday, July NEW PERSON NOW MKMDKKIir " BNTUCffY l'HESS A SS0C1 ATION Kentucky Farmer Says Nothing Helped Her Until She TOok Tan-la- c Suffered Years. Alt. 20 Vil'lion. Ivy. jwfgry- ( tuivA :uu Jiodj-waryaSv .s,C3ftciv iv ill ljuilding'mjof schools oven eat pork or anything else To do this, our citizens must and never has a pain or an un arouse themselves and determine comfoi table feeling afterwards to o out and appeal to high class She is no longor constipated and people to run for these impor- never has a dizzy spell, and her tant places, and thou, when they nerves have quieted down until are persuaded to run, o behind .she sleeps like a child every the with a vim aril a puli that night. Tanlac: is bound to be a means success at the polls fine medicine to do what it has This is l lie way to get the hind for my wife after sho had sutler-eof a Ili.urd of Education Rockso long, nnd 1 will recommend castle should have and which is it to anyone. so neces.sary to the proper train Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by ing of the children tf our beloved Dy tv."lias. U.Davis, in urodtieaa countv. in Liv The Brodhead Phcy., Most respectfully, ingston byRG. Webb, in Burr Mrs. Clko Williams Brown. by W. M. Owens. -d d Remarkable indeed was the Mr. Editor: statement made by V. T. Walker, Tiles success of Rockcastle de- a prominent farmer living at pends upon our moil mid women. Shepherdsvi.lc, Ky., It. F. U No. The moii and women of tlie fu- 2, while in Louisviho a few dajs ture depends largely upon tho ago. kind of intellectual and spiritual Mr. Walker declared that three training given to the fjiiis nnd bottles of Tanlac has done his loys of to day Next November wife mote good than all other there is to be elected five medicines she has taken in twen- from lie county who will t years put together. constitute the County Hoard .f "For twenty years," sa'd Mr. Kducaiion. 1'liis board becomes Walker, "my wife has been a Very important one, for the to et anything without sufEyes of the World selection of our teachers will be fering terribly with indigestion. made by the petsons elected to She had such violent cramping No one watched the recent this board. of Willian F pains in her stomach at times brave struggle Let the people wake up and site could not struigeten up; she Cody. (Buffalo Bill) with the ivsolvu to elict nun aid women was constipated all the time and Grim Spectre more than Fred who will take a deep ititenst in olien got so dizzy sho would fall. Hums, the nctor and export the improvement of the schools. She hud no strength and her horseman. 'I here shuu'd be two of the most For six years Burns had charge nerves were so shattered she progiesiive women of the county uiiuld hardly sleep at all. if Cody's great stock ranch near elected to this hoard. Women "Nothing ever help id her until Cheyenne, Wyo., where he broke who are alive to the needs and she snt Tanlac and that's saying wild mustangs for Ituff.ilo Bill.s demands of the .schools nnd who a ;ood deal, lor r.ho has tried gieat traveling show, and the two will work untiringly for their everything. Tanlac helped her men had always been fast friend-- . success. Give us some brave, right from the start, and while Hum's, by the way, did some independent, child renaming, do lie has just finished her third wonderful horsomans ,ip in "Tho voted to the cause, men who bottle she is already like a differ- Eyes of the World," dune's new will lo on the j )b and betid ev. ent person Her stomach is in cinema production, which is soon 1. j, July 1920. per-on- s MistH MIhmo and Viola were guists ot their grimu parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thorna Diiml.t- tv Snt ut d iy night un Sui.d.ii, VUi Sllie Priio began her sch ol at this place Monday. -- Mr. and Mrs Thomas H.iker were uuetts of her mother, Mrs. Mattie Mullins Satin day night nntl Sunday J H, Mullius was in 1,1 v rgstoii Siturdiiy, There were services at Cava Itidge Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Parker. -- Joe Dangherty spent Sunday with his friend, (tco. Jones is Luther Mullins suffeting from typhoid We have been having lots of tain in this prrt Miss Sillte Mullins began her school in tho Chas. Durham district Monday. Airs. Harmon Helton is on the sick list. Hen Mullins was with the merchants in the Cooksburg ection Mondii) - Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: i " From the time I entered Into womanhood 1 looked with dread Ircrr one month to the ncxl I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was n misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help . mc until, one day, I decided to BANK of MT, VERNON THE POLICY OF THIS BANK During its twenty years of business lias been as follows: THS W5M and the purchasers. The repoit i as follows: June 8th, for W. 25o acres in Marion if 7ooo 00. ... Kuwlings, t. County for 11 Juno 12th, for IJ. M.Shelley, 65 acres iu Boyle county to J. H. Bnintunun nt $300.0.) por acre. June 15th, for J. W. Klggins, I58.2 ttcrts iu Casey county; sold in tlneo tracts to Luthor Elliott 46 5O acres at $297 00 pei acre; to Ray Elliott 37 38 acres at $197 co per aero; to M. L Elliott 72.27 acres at 263.24 par acre. Aver-ay- e pi "Do nothing to foster and encourago speculation. Give faiililies only to nnd prudent transactions. Distribute leans rather than concentrate them iu , fuw hands. I'urstto a banking business. upright nnd legitimate Treat customers liberally, bearing in mind that the bank prospurs only as its custom-er- s prosper". We thank our friends tor the help they have given us in making this bank one of the strong, clean banks of Kentucky and most earnestly olicit others giving us a !enit-iniut- e straight-forward- TAKE trial. T. J. N'iceley, President. W. L. Richards, Cashier. un-ab- le r acre i 2JO.30. The The Woman's Tonic took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "sud was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardul, and I am still In good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female "I -- trouble." iX) e siov;fr-t- A uio hoone J!.2WwfV'J'7G7W, irom womanly troufAtrof if you feel the need ol a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. acre. June 16th for Mr. and Mrs I W. Cru'.clior, acies in Lin-c- . hi County, to Will Montgomery at $125,00 par acre. Juno 17th. 210.fi acres in Lin coin county for B. D. Holtzcaw to ft L. Hubble at $1 15.00 per acre. June lyth, the Rogers farm at Lebanon, Marion countv, owned by G. B. Swinebivad and R. H. never, to Salem George, and G. W. Hugnes, 233.2 acres at $225.- 00 per acre, and 33m acres, sol "vTjijw.ttw'peV-scytt- . " Jure 10th, io2 acres for B L). Holtzclaw, in Lincoln county to Oscai Holizclaw at $125 00 pel Your soiled or last year's suit, SWISS Cleaned or Dyed, saves you $50.00. lnro.io-atn- l Sand Via Parcal Pod WE DYE CARPETS AND RUGS "MAKE IT DO" SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLE. KY. Murphy has opened a To the vutors of Kokcastle barber shop next to County: the Shafor & Roberts general I tako this manner of announcKy , and will ing my candidacy for the office of store in Brodhead, use same as employment office it Member of the School Board of Kducaiion of Rockcastle County. for the Ameiban Hulling Mills HOW'S THIS? Ohio for If elected to this important post Co., of Middletown, Wo offer One Hnndred Dollars I will do my best for the child- which company he is labor agent. ren of our county. Hiuing a Call and see me. Good opportun- Reward for any cas. of Oatarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's large family of my own I think ities. W. A MOKl'HY, Catarrh Medicine. no man could have u greater Brodhead, Ky. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has interest in the education of our beeit taken by catarrh sufferers people, than I have. Your vote for will be appreciated. and Be a reader of the Signal has the past thirty-fiv- asyears,most becomo known the Rev. W. W. J. Ai.cokn. reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catanh Medicine acts thru tho Hloodon the Mucous Sur faces, expelling the Poison from tho Blood and healing the dis eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in vour general health. Start Expert taking Hull's Catarrh Medicine at once and get r'd of ctarih Photographers Sends for testimonials, free case, sanitary frame. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo.Ohlo. There are several exclusive Sold by all Druggists, 75c. features whose values are obvious on a demonstration. We SprS want to explain every one, and SOME FACTS ABOUT show how they all tend to save WHISKEY. you that valuable cream to the A short time ago.O. E Gipson, last valuable drop. You are in the dairy business of near Orlando, lost a wash ketto make money. You need the and material used in our finishing tle. Itdissapeared in tho night. warm skim milk for feeding. Let the Primrose help you. The BURR. department size of your herd in no way afB. G. Mullius had u brass kettle fects the ratio of profit. Tho that hold 15 gallons to ovuponto Primrose saves on the gallon you can figure your profits. during the shadow of night. s Mrs. Alice Davis of Mt. Vernon, sustained tho loss of good (Dealer's Name and Address) wash kettle a few nights since. accept inferior work when Late iti the afternoon n fow you can get the best days ago, a consignment of Cop. per Pipes wero delivered to at Wildie depot. Each negative gets individual These four things put together lIltOlHIKAD, KV. attention tueuns more white whisky and whisky means disturbance iu the county. W announ.;kmicnt H. first-cla- ss theatre, Mt Vernnn, Ivy. Many of tho thrills in this big feature are supplied by the wonderful feats of Burns and Wesley Warner In "The Eyes of the world," oho of the greatest episodes in the search of the mountain rangers for the kidnaped girl, Sibl Andres. It is this part of which supplies the horsemen with opportuni ies to do their remarkable feats Burns U a fine specimen of tho typical broncho twister. He is s x fret two inches hih Jaud weighs 2oo pounds. After his experiences at Buffalo Bill's ranch ho joined the Wild West Shows and till over America and Europe, creating sensation after sensation with his fearlessness and daring acts on horseback. tin-stor- trav-ele- d o Kodak FINISHING BY June 22nd, 267$ acres in Mat ion Couuty for J. T. Lank ford, to linvling Brother at $140 per acre. June 20th. the land of G. B Swinebroad at Danville, in which uuimpioved land sold us high as All Druggists At this sale D. 695 00 per acre. We have taken tho agcrcy for the famous De W. Malum purchased 15.6 aerei Laval Cream Separators because we believe the Do at 0500 per acre, (. J. Eb en Laval will do etter work and last longer than any 79 acres at 420.00 per acre: 3 other separator made, and that it is by far the I 0 King purchased 2 51 acre cheapest and most satisfactory machine to use. it $603. 00 per acre and 3 64 acre.-We have machines on hand at till times and will be it $500 00 per acre; C. R. Mar. pleased to demonstrate their superiority tonny one. tin purchasf d 52 45 acres in Wo have put in a slock of De Laval Oil and are in a $23800 per acre, and the Boatd position to look after the needs of nil users of old fl the Institute De Laval machines in this locality. for the Deaf bought 63 84 acre at $300 00 per acre. W. N. Thi.s makes 1053 acres of land Swinebroad sold in June for MARETBURG, KY. $208,89521, more than aji;aiter of a million or' sales in one month He has sold from the first of January to the first of Julv, 2036 A f C. C. fcnbcc$ f?3oc3oc9e?r OU can't afford to let any acres for a total of $680. 184. 67, K of that golden cream esbesides considerable property at ATTORNEY AT LAW cape in the milk. If you know private OFFICE. On2nd.Qoorof0l Swinebroad and t MT VRKNON I1V where the leak is you are going Bank of Mt. Vernon, ong , R to stop it. We can show you how his assistants, W. B. 35 Will praeticu in all the court;. Church St. Special atten n, H. Dever and his son, George v &W UUice on Cuurcli btrect thePrimrosestopsthetiniestleak. tion given collections. 3winebro.nl, are now preparing 'PN0NK80 l"he Primrose Cream Sepa rator skims clean to the very for their July sales. Write to last drop. It is simplicity itself hem for a catalogue. Swine- in operation. The Primrose is braid is the only man in th. the only cream separator which LvsV. MMERMi.4 x$yj doesn't obstruct the cream outlets business who does enough busi 1 I &fo"l-atf1- r in the bowl with a cream screw. ness to jui tify the issual of the-MMERM Running quickly over a few catalogues and he is thus en subof the other high spots ibled to render the service which BOND stantial supply can, heavy tinthe" public is looking for. Watch COME TO US FOR Our Good bowl, highware, thi-- i puper for his next series ol est grade material, simple driving mechanism, all parts oiled advertisements. by splash from supply in gear KEEPINQHIrGUESSiNQ. I ommi.-sionersof NEW AGENCY FOR ftf tAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS lJIliliflllHl 41 THOMPSON Even to the Tiniest Leak ATTOUNKV-AT-LA- Williams Mo.-.s- - i close-skimmin- g and POINTING PRINTING Will Save'Sbn Money ThT L falls Goods ONLY EASTMAN PAPER 11 Don't Envelopes to Match Tim Would you scream If I Uaae4 you? Tesslo I suppose you flatter your eh" that I'd bo speechless with Joy I IN con-s'gne- o Shafer&Roberfs THE STREET. Your J. P. Kelsey, Druggist SOMERSET, KY, t L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Use envelopes to match the color of your stationery. We can supply you with fine letterheads printed on HammermiH Bond and furnish envelopes to match in any of the twelve colors or white. Remember we are letterhead specialists. You will find the quality of our printing and the paper we give you very high and our prices very low. , ' CI.KAN-UP-DA- Y. Saturday, July Up Day will bo Clean "If it's not an Eastman it isn't Kodak " a Mt. Voinon Fa'r Lets all get there early and gel the tract and h ship sliopo for the grounds filr wo have ever had. Hemembeij tno day. Chas.il). Davis. Secretary. Grouuds at iie ; 8, Let Us Show You What We Do Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch OUR, PRINTING r OUR. a Repairing Now la Tk.U At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY, N.w LMtlloa un -- a tm - MMERMo wvnv asm iaV & .- - Lost. I A John it tain Pen and Finder rewarded. Bernard Frauklin. Holland Foun. a bunch of keys. I ov. Uooder I hear you took a lit FOR SALE. ttu outing last Sunday. I suppose you A clean, fresh stock of groceries euoyed ,t t0 ,bo ,ullT St'o John Renuer, West Main St. "Well, what of UT I paid my own fine, so It's nobody's business." Will rout store room also. rKmt Goods Mil Sell un PRINTING VMMEUt wvnv SbaMmeyj TllSave A!HTVdnmia frcwftiifiiMmiMiMi V mi xnacMita)S23Ci&iir WeigWiKaeYaWattce; fb&&&mititmmmKafa U H. Miller wns at homo from Mr. mid Mrs J. W Fields are Krnnkfort last week spending n fow d ys with the MUs Winnie Falinntt nded the! piireiits of Mrs. Fluids, Mr. and Mrs. V. 13. Whitehead. Chautauqua here Irst week, 6 toao Mt.Vkknon', K- . Jit 0. D. Sutton and V. O. McDee F. I. Durham has soil his up "N ;t" wiion V wnnt mimi Oifdand car nud bought a Nash. wore in Lincoln county Wcdnes cm vltli iiaNAU y buying wheat r,r the Central Misses Fun and Sparks Milling Company at Brodhoad wi'nt lo Louisville on Thursday. Misses Mary Katlierino Baugh, MUs Alien Kidd, of Frankfort, Mary Luras' Urrclc and Frank cainn Fridaj lo visit Miss Martha Uaugh, of London, spent a part Sparlfs. f hist week with relatives hero David Craig continues to buy touiivmc At.inHvii.it n R Co. and attended the Chautauqua. and soil cars with some degree of VHLE. TIMK Capt Frye, one of the Stote success. Guards, who has been located 22 nortn 13 p in Frank Datigli. cxpurt mechanist 8:35 am cf 21 norm London, is with the Urckcas-tl- e horn in road work for two months, p tt became ill this week and was 29 south 12:13 Oarage. pent to his homo in Dradfords-vill- e 12:"2 a JL vSouth II. W. RafT, Y. M. C. A. Secy , Jas. I.ahdkum, Agent. of the Labanon district, was in Division Kngineer, J. S. Phone No. 8. Mt. Vernon Thursday. of London, wits here this Mr, and Mrs. O. 1). Uryatt and Kntered nt tlie Mt Vernon, Ky. week on read business fie says iiiiill niHllcr. n son, Fritz, have roturued from a this county is making as much motor trip to Virginia. or moro progress as any countv Iiblisht d every Ft iday by Willi im McHargue and fuully, in his district tiding prison labor. 11 7. YOUNG of Pine Ulll, ntturled the ChauLow slices at low prices at Advtrlisini rates tiiat.e known on tauqua here last wtok. Fish's. application Miss Doris Palmer, of Louis- M SIGNAL 1 T tf It N 0 N LOCALS Fish's SpBcial Clothes lit nnd wear longer. A small child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Other Bullock died .Tuesday. bet-te- r nf. IJ-- ss mm fKonil-ci:ii If you expect to burn conl this winter, now is the time to buy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gott are rejoicing over the arrival of a new girl babv. Somo folks toll everything they know while others do not know everything they tell. I 1 111 Mr. and Mrs. Theo Morey, of audi ip, were with Mr. and Mrs. mimi 1 Hilton, and family, of Pine Hi 1. attended the Clmut Cus Cox was down from Coibin qua in Mt Vernon last week. Sumliiy. Mrs. R. IJ. Thompson nnd P. K ttil ins is in Hartford daughter. Miss Tanna, were with Mrs. W. M. Poynter last week for n fow dns. Bingham Shepherd, of State Mis. P. Q On 111 is on the Road cro.v, fell troin a truck list side list tins wt'tk. (Jasper Hayes was hero from week and sustained severe bruies. Miss Murllia Riker, of Hnrtods-bur- g Lebanon Innciion diiriu;: tin1 spent a p'li'l of the week as week Sparks the gtifst of the Mis-o- s Mr. Ol'.io Hilcr, of I'ino Hill, Byron Megley, Mr. and Mrs spoilt Sunday with Mrs Grant nt Louisville, are with her parI U.iifcs ents, Mr. and Mrs. G T. .Johnson H v.... ' .,,,.rmi ; , loi1 I -or her sons hi Clt. ralaml.--OhhrfMrs. J. S. Rowe and son, of a few days Livlnjjsto i. spent Saturday night Mits Herat iiUiip Mulhns, of, Livingston, is visiting Miss Kuth and Sund.iy with the family 01 Tom Penni.v. Mi IMus. John I11 PER SONALS mniaw iiigapgrjM ville, was n gU"M of ilu Sparks lirt oflhoMihS'S woo. . v,. V. p Sigmon during Chaulauqun. If you are one of tiie stock, holders of the Mt Vernon Fair Asfociation see 0. C Davis nnd get your free ticket early. Some good work Is being done on tho Cemetery, It should not be allowed to get in the condition again that it has been in. Brant King and Mrs. Sarah CUM PLAINT SUMMHR Tuckett, of the Hansford section, INCH1LDR K N tlifnrr lilm an were married in the Court House Thofti nrn nnl' fl many deaths from this disease 3csterday by Judge Mulhns. now as befouro Chamberlain, s Mrs. Sallie Burdette and daugh. Colic and Diarrhoea Reinendy ter. of Berea, Mrs .T. W. Parks, came into such general use. of Hamisonville, Mb,, woip with When this rotmndy is given with Mr. and Mrs. Wl (T. Crawford ,.., :i .... .ii...w.i.i .....1 ....,M rau r ngXTnnniiuq uat . '1 earn is tukeiius to diet, it is safe that ninetv nine out of every The County Teacjicrs Institute liiiTrdmd Mrs, W. G. will begin here irezt- - Monday. Cluuilicll of Butler, Teun,sas and other folks are inused Chamberlain's vited to mako Fish's their head"I have Uolic Diarrhoe Remedy for quarters while in town. summer complaint in children, The Bank of Mt, Vernon is do- it, is far ahead of anything I have W B. Wat-kin- s, 11 V I s u)i, ytT WUtt '.gw.h'.'f'liii&i'jijg;-- -- DAVIS-MULLIN- S I1' I,. ut hi. in lias taken tho agenc for Rockcastle couity for the Nash car. W I. Fret ch, pton incut tanner cf the Bridhfiul vicinity, was in town this week. D. M. Harper left Mondav night for a viil to his children in Lockl.md, Ohio. Ro- Mrs. tiffin Ballard and sou, - IK visi'td her neice, Mrs. Von. Miss Hizol Myers and brother, ro Iiaimond, of Winchester, wi'h friends here tills week. Mr. and Mrs. Karl C)c have to housekecpii(i in the A. H. Furnish property on Main street Adams, formerly ot has baen elected to a professorship in a Los Angeles law school. Mrs. O. M. Ballard and her mother Mrs Crok are visiting Jurvis Cook in Western Ky. for a few duvs. G. H. Adai. s, Jr., was hero Fleininit'gsburg from during (Mmiilunriua the guest of Miss Blanche Crnwford. t Miss A. B. "Stewart, whh lias nost pr.'iclii.'itp iiit enmiilntpd Columlihi collrso nt ,mJ r(urnod lo LniiRnn School. Tno m my friends of Miss nrt" and of her work, welcome Miss" Ida Mum Mt Vol 11011, ; , The Ice Men 11 TOMORROW MORNING AND EVER AFTER uxsaasrs era&ZttattfSZtEBESiaKISgl Unl.-ort.it- Stew-gou- -; 'her return. umil tWtta 'MPUJ!it'i.-criByjBnirig3M- rg rarrayrrwg3Tn WcdnesdaygThnrsday tzftasHai finest tpy, combining all tho "The Eyes of the World" is Melodrama of thrills of the Motion Picture and at tho sumo time, convoving a Mighty Message. .11 Y I ' the ES38gflgriLidTO"Mni!? shows Daiiv 8:00 P.M. I d ni M C UAV ljWvini vvn I r Prices. Child 25c Adults 50c. War Tax Included. H T H E-A-T- -R E nnd indulging in othcrout-doo- r Tiie unexpected has happened, sport. "The Champions of Fnstern LOSS OF APPETITE Common sense says that a As general rule there is nothas some of our good high priced delicate watch ing serious about about the loss friends call us, lnvo gone down in had better be at home on of appetite, and if you sltip a defeat twice within one week. such occasions, and that c meal or only eat two meals a Last Friday Mt. Vernon played an Ingersoll should be on day for a few days you will soon active duty. have v relish for your meals the Bluegrnss under the name of We're ready with a complete when meal time comes. Bear Stanford and went down in defeat line of Ingcrsolls from the $2.50 by the tune of 5 to 4. The gnme in mind that at least five hours ReYankee up to tho case at liance In a should alwais elapse between was featured by Drew's star hurl Of course wo have the $1 1,50. meals so as to give food ample ing and a shoe string Radiolites that tell time In the catch by time to dig. st and the stomach dark. Taylor, Stanfords outfielder. a period of rest before another meal is taken. Then if you eat This loss demonstrates what a no mote .than ycu crave and 10th man can do for a team. take a resoiiable amount of out Sunday afternoon, Corbin was door exercise you will not need to the main attraction on tho Mt. worry about your appetite. For the WI11.U loss ot nppetit'e is caused Vernon Athletic fields. by constipaiipn as is often tho benetit of Corbin we will state the case, that, that they only played five ringers at' once At dnsoi of .Chamber- - and for tho first time this season Iain's Tablotsjwill dq.it. . wo Invited a foreigner to grace . -- Hi : Word lias just been received himself with a Mt Vernon This person being Mr. from tiie factory says: "Bryant e Cleveland Six Dis- H'rks, from Houstonville, a Bros., Local hurler. With better backing many of them, should not stand tributer, that the now addition to the Cleveland plant, which was be would have won as his pitch- for the sue. ess of tho Carnival at started some mouths ago, is ing was by far the class of any the expense of tho best interests -- j eM t"" and fsfiown S'uii (Tayr""?is it was, trie" of. out .homes. Our"" "boys tlaWeMBB adds conipleted.. This new7Jb.uilcljng. floor and some painting-thaunit is of brick and concrete con- score was 6 to 3 in favor of Cor- girls should be protected by those mti:h to tho general appeaaance struction andffwill be devoted bin. but wo arc still lighting and who have a proper estimate 01 ot their place of business. exclusively to tho painting and "rearm' to go." real values. There is a bumper crop of black trimming of Cleveland Six Tourberries in Rockcastle this year ing and Roadster models for CHAUTAUQUA vs CARNIVAL. Gardens are in fine shape and we which there is such a demand at The White & Myers Chautau-qu- a seo no reason why our people this time. With the acquisition Doing butiaeu witi. brought us such high typo out adtrrcUia ia tkit should not can enuf of every. of this new addition to the fac programs, received such generpaper is like trying to thing to get thru the coming tory, tho Cleveland Automobile ous support and was so generally unlock your bars door winter. Company's plant is now looox8o approved that we hope it will with your wife's hatpin. feet long." help to raise tho standard of our You've got the wrong Harmon Skidmore. will teach key. entertainment. The small town Littlejohn's t'arnival of Shows the Old Chestnut Ridge school; Alveitidag'ulKekey ts a prey for the chean show Mrs. Sam Fields will teach New has been exhibiting on tho lot to the horn ol plenty. The show that has nothing worth Chestnut Ridge; W. B. Sigmon near the City School this week, We want to put jrott 10 oner, oui comes into a will teach Freedom school; Mar- and the crowds that gather there wiiiiu at the big end el the community with a cheap vulgar in fMstrk remind you of a swarm of bees tin Srnil will tfnpli bora. performance, takes out of the Our ad. rales it His county.. Miss Tabitha Hintfevill around a- sugar , barrel. community 'more money than tho your pune. teach at Oalr Hill;' Miss Esther shows are of the cleanest, most Chautauqua and leaves nothing Our publicity brings Slaverson ut tied Bud and Jess moral and highest standard. the money to your door. behind except something that is Fish at Buckeye. They aro instructive and not it. detrimental. On the other hand only please tho little folks, but (CootrMit.UOO.tir v.atUJ Si'6 Mulhns & Price for School the Chautauqua is educational. growu ups as well. If all travelall School supplies. appeals to the higher senti Books and ing carnivals were up to the It Livingston, Ky. ments and leuds 10 unite com WOULD NOT HURT ANYBODY'S standard of Littlejohn's there munitins in an effort to FEELINGS. Phone-3- 3. bring en- would never be an objection. tertaitinient that is uplifting The Paris Democrat. Money invested in Chautauqua Shows will be at . Littlejohn's tickets is an investment in clean, the Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. cr and nobler feeling and thinking with his famous Italian Band. It puts music and visions into m, jSy?JT5T iri- in tut Uncle Joel Pitman, ago 93, the daily program of life. Tlieso Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid Civil War veteran, was in from things lighten the burden of toil troubles are most dangerous be- Skeggs Creel: Tuesday and gets and sweeten the fellowships and cause of their insidious attacks. around as well as most men of friendships of life. The cheap Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking is. Be was wounded three times show depends upon tho public iu the battle of Chicamauga and sentiment of a cominuiiit, for its "Which do you Iovp beat Duaay or GOLD MEDAL also fought in tho battles of Per- - exlstauce. Tile good people of your doll!" "PubByj but don't let dolly har. ryvillo and Shiloli. Oi.ly two of this community, and we have TH EflW? his comrades are living in this Ken-tuck- SCHOOL CONVEN. TION. Tho Christian Church Sunday School of the county will meet nt the Rose Hill church on Sunday, July 18th, lor their annual County convention. Dinner win 00 served on tho ground. This will, be a very representative meeting. A good program his been pre pared and each Sunday school taking part should be helped by tne convention. W. U. isu is County President and C. C Davis is Secretary. Those mon,togeth. er with tho State Worker who will be present, expect tho support of each of our Sunday school in tiie county in making the convention a success. L 11 SUNDAY "aVwt'rt Port Ouirim I bmllJ Mt. Vernon 'r. At This Season We Sell the Most Loses Two IJ that experience, and the year before, and so on People arc at rs AST YEAR wo had back. their work, giving their autos exercise more-- gold-fille- d shonld-be-corect- , uni-for- fort-sid- ULT'.TTr"'" t HISSING CjuX - VICTIMS RESCUED 11-1- 2-l't The world's standard remedy for these disorder, will often ward oft these diseases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Leek for tiie nune Coll Medal en rr bea end accept uo ImiUtloii h, 1pA . Bussell, of the Rockcastle River section and Uncle John Fronch.of They all fought Mt. Vernon under Col. John T (Joxtou. A Saving Mabif of Tulesburg, with relatives in been tlie coimty for a mouth. Here, turned to his homo Monday. He is a son 0 Mr. and Mrs. Armp French who left Rockcastle tventv vears ago. Dowey-Frenc- Colo., has POSTED. We, tho undersigned, forbid ECZEMA Montr back without quctt'on II HUNT'S Salve falls In the treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA. RINQWORM, TETTER or other 75Itching akin diseases. Try a cent boa at our risk. m any hunting or trespassing on our land. Parties guilty of the same will be prosecuted to tho full extent of tho law. J. J. Smith K. J. Smith V. F. Adams Lee Coffey. !s a Good Mabif There conn's u time in each of our lives when tho possession of money is all important either permitting in to take HuVnntngti of a prolitulile investment, or to title over in a time of stress. The banking habit ami saving Imbil, or the siii'inling of less money than you deposit, is a good one to cultivate. Then, should haul times strike yon, the blow will be sot' teued by dollars )ou have saved, Should opportunity knock at your door the saving habit will enable you to grasp an iuvextiiieni which may "Lead on to Fortune,'' Get the habit. Open ati account with this bank, W7 xo$ Pioneer Drug Store ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Frank Mullins, All Lost: Butweon Renfro Bridge and town, 0110 black low shoo for boy. Suitable reward. V. II. Fish. Stray Hog. Osvnor may havo COURT. same by paying damage. Plaintiff, C. A. Davis. Edgar Mullins, Mt Vernon. vs : Notice of sitting to hear proof of claims. Defendant creditor of tho estate of H J. Mullins, deceased, are hereby notified that I will, on July 24, non, Ky. sit for tho purpose of receiving and hearing proof of claims against suid estate, and ult creditors are notified to pro 1920, at the otllcoof T. J. Nlculey, In the Court houso at Mt. Ver- ipflfvmxll one ymSVi I us tor ""n 1 i''S'JBm Banting "Let Our Bank ii Be Your .1 1 Bank" i sent"' their claims, properly prcU'en, before mo on or bsfore tluJ ijth day of July, 1920. O. S. Griffin, Commissioner. WHITE CO. on T onutx ij - ,,.i & Mt LeUtaVILLE.KY. Liberal sasortmeat and lull value pale) 'M,T ss n The Peoples Bank Capital and Surplus $30,000.00 "Let Us Us Be Your Dank" PRINTING MRS ant) Hide MitMUa P vi Our plant Is complete for everything you need in the line ol printing and we can assure you first grade work on Hammermill stock. Ask us. ijii.......t.iivmjxHmaftiajsgwTWiw w i"n. V f ?9r SPIRO NEWS (Last wcoli's Loltflr) Vh. Alzi Owens, wife of II. O fiis, dlcul July mt, after a brief illness, She leaves n husband, a 'Itilo daughter, ono brother and veral jisters to mourn her leath Mr. Hustln 'Dilingham ho was at homo lint week, returned to LouUvillo Monday .vhure he lis a good ioitlon. tliss Btithii Housleyhas gone to teach larhwi where she will cnool. She was accompanied by Mr. tind Mrs. mr sister, Vorna olin Harris spent Sunday in Mt. 'urnun, with Mr. and Mrs. Jot Vanhoolc Fred Cable mid John Robert were with home folks Sunday. Sam Sayors and wife ind Miss Helen Sayers were the quests of Mrs, Laicy Albright, of Mr. and Mrs. Kowland, Sunday lohn Sayery and cliildrou, spent juuduy with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Taig, of Willialla Quits a crowd from hero attended church t Union Sunday night. Miss Ida Cable was up from Brodhead Sunday. Mrs. Jalia Holm was at home last week to attend the Miss funeral of her sister Bertha Minlc is on the sick list. Wp all hope she will soon be better. Mrs. Vanis Dillingham, of Louisville, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Mink, this week. Joe Thompson, of Ind , is visiting his brother, Win. Thompson, this week- .- Miss Minnie Gentry is with home folks. TRADE MORAL (BBYANT BEOS.) NOTICE! iHHKaHiHB Swinebroad's Scries of July Auction Sales of Memoriz the Dates, then follow Automobile Owners TIRE BARGAINS Well Known Farms and City Property your memory Now. Get The Makes Absolutely Fresh Stock All Are First Quality Send for catalogue giving full description of the different farms, also descriptive calaloguo of farms for salu privately. Wo " f urn Down" nn auction snlo proposition unless it appeals to uh as sonielliing the buying public wants. 'I horefore, we"ALWAYS fSBIX", We sold 1,000 acres in June for over $268,000 00. Every auction was a sale and every purchaser can now sell at a profit. RISK Goodrich - 30x3 Plain 30x3 1 Non-Ski- d 30x3 Red Top 30x3 1 Red Top 30x3 Plain 30x3 1 Non-Ski- d 30x3 Plain 30x3 1 Non-Ski- d 30x3 Non-Ski- d 30x3 1 Non-Ski- $14.55 $19.40 $19.20 $25.50 $16.20 $21.00 Dates SATURDAY, JULY 17th, 10 o'clock A.m., 156 acres, subdivided, the Adams Farm, right at Hustonville, Lincoln County. MONDAY, JULY 19th, 1:30 o'clock, P.M., residence and business property and garage in Danville, on Main and Second Sts., the property of R. M. Arnold. United States KokOmO TtrarWa-tiLJifl- TUESDAY, JULY 20th, J 0 o'clock A. M., the splendid farm of 1 86 acres of Hampton Sisters. That good Garrard County land, on Fishers Ford Pike, 2 miles from Lexington & Danville Pike, 8 miles from Danville. d $16.00 $19.40 $17.00 $21.00 The difference Matheny Farm of 300 acres, in Lincoln County, on Ottenheim Pike; 5 miles from Stanford. Will be subdivided. Houston-vtlkBikg,-7Jhtm- WEDNESDAY, JULY 21st, 10 o'clock A. M., the Will between businese and success Is advertising. Inquire abut Having signed the exclusive County Salesright for Goodyear sur rates. IW)',,I1V'II'''"'' SBSj. u" THURSDAY, JULY 22nd, 10 o'clock A.M., 2 Farms for Forestus Reid, Lincoln County, 2 miles from Stanford, on 240 acres. Both will be subdivided, and sold in tracts to suit the purchaseas. farms i-ii. -ol jLirqjL'IUuVc'xafnsce: Here is your chance. banners posters pink-studi- o j tOI ill! fjSSMBBLBBuLBLHSEBH Moatr bek without qsntlon II Hunn nm lam ia mi ECZBUA. of ItCH. trtitmeat RINOWORM.TBTTBK or llchlor olhtr 7) ctnt box !& dUeatM. Try a at our rltk. McGraw, in Lincoln County, on Short Pike, a mile from Danville and Hustonville Pike, 6 miles from Danville, 6 miles from Stanford. On any of these farms you can get just the number of acres you want. It will be a pleasure to show you over these different farms. Somebody will buy a bargain. Why not you? It will be a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms and also description of lands in several counties for sale privately. We will also have sales on other dates than set out above. - Be sure to get in touch with real estate headquarters. We will make you money. Kor further particulars send tor catalogue, see the owners of the farms, or V, E Moss or R. II. Dever at my Danville offices, or George Swinebroad or W. A. Dickersoi at my Lancaster offices. FRIDAY, JULY 23rd, 10 o'clock A.M., 1 45 acres for J.M. i" Pioneer Drug Store Goodyear Skill as Represented in Tires for Small Cars The high relative value built into Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-,30x3Vi?-and results directly from the extraordinary skill and care applied to their manufacture 31 x 4-in- ch sizes, SWINEBROAD Jhe Real 1 SUSPICIOUS. Estate Man LANCASTER, KY. To make their quality available mm rax I I widely, Goodyear operates the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes. A Safe Investment TAX FREE IN KENTUCKY 1 WliVilr'wt'itV sV resources, experience and demonstrated expertness in tire Maxwell or other car taking one of these sizes, you can equip it with Goodyear Tires at our nearest Service Station Go there for the exceptional value in these tires made possible by Good-year's If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, B. F. Avery & Sons llo First Preferred Stock This company ba9 a history of nearly no hundred years of successful operation. 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