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No. J3 SSM JA h Oa Y JWW -fc-Zl'-- " FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" ' n IIP II rST ,C fiv in itfw iliA b nfe r ft i Centrally 'Located lj between I Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville PER YEAR tN i A Established J887 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, January 21, 1921 Price $1.50 at advance' Brodhead Bub Cass is unable to bo in truding parties wore firod upon school this wool; on Recount of a and frightened away by Warren sevorr case t( tonsilitis Wo are Shafcr and Owen Jarrott J r who Very clad ii'doed to report Miss were guarding the store. Miss Mary Ivu Nuwland and Miss Una Hazel Albright has returned Strung aula to be out after a from Lobanon Junction tiftcr a long sh'ge of typhoid fever. Mr, pleasant visit with Mesdames. and MrH.Elbcrt Elder and child- - fjowey sowder and P. A. Sholtpn. ren and Walter Elder andchild- Mrs. K.T.McKlnnev had hm her returned 10 weir nome in Louis- - gUests last week her sister Mrs. Vllie Saturday Little Miss James Taylor of Con way and niece OIivp Roberts, daughter of Mr Mrs. Ruby Stewart of Covington. and MrsJ M.Roberts h been Mrs Luticia Roberts is number-ver- y sick this week with scarlet- ed wUh Uje si(jk lhis weekMra na Loat. between the rest- - Jogh w,son andIlttle80D Masttr donee and store of A Kennith spent from Sunday until a ladies tfold watch with H.A en. Tuesd wh rullltlve3 ln Cral) graved on back Finder please Brow1 QrchardMrs cba, return to Miss hazel Albrght and children of Livingston visit and receive reward Rov.HarriMnn Willlnmfl nf Imllanrt nrM..h. ed Mr' and MrS- - A- - - U,,ltl thls Curtcr wus ,n "eok Dr- - w- ed a very interesting sermon to a Kood congregation hrist- - Human Tenn Monday and 1'uo,. aLBBBBBBBBwSblwJBBBF V' tSHLLbLbbB W I ,f ;', 'MflflaBBBBBBBBBBBBl - E.Alb,. BBBBBBLlBBHW9BWMiSw ?0BVaJ;CB9reBBBMSMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVWk IMl -- iau Ch. Monday evening -- W P. Rigsby was ,.ver from Nicholas- v.lle f.rst of the week itli Wal- ter ItobinaAiuLJjimily. - Miss Winni Kelfe Ttw-9- wt lent tilth school teachtrs is con- to hor room with tonsihtis. Earl Tharp was hero from Rovonna last week. Wm. Fran- siseo is at home from Pineville. The store of CI rence Bhafer was broken into ono night last week and a few eights later iu- - at the. rtttttwitt duy wlth tbo fata,,y of h8 bro,h er N Giles Carter -- Mrs. S A Cox v,s,lod Natives in Mt. Vernon this week. Cashier A. M. Hiatt --Louis villi Tiesday-aa- d Wednesday- .- J. N. Vauhook changed his farm toRL. Saylor for a farm ln Lincoln co. and will move to same hi the near future We regret to give up these good people. Miss Risaie Smith of Hiatt is with Mrs. A H. Hiatt this week. d CAM MULLINS To the REPUBLICANS, both Women and Men, of Rockcastle County. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of County Judge, subject to the will of the Republicans of this County, to be expressed at the Republican Primary Election, to be held August 6th. 1921. It has been the custom in this County for the Itepublicans to indorse its officers for re' election ; nnd 1 am asking you to do forme what you have been doing for others in the past. I seek this nomination at your hands on my record as your County Judge. As your officer I have-stoofor law and order; and have enforced all laws to the end; that the people of this County may be protected and made secure in their homes. 1 have given, during the three years as County Judge, a great deal of time trying to build up and improve the public roads of this County. Tne roads generally jhuve beetrijmproved; much grading has been done ; five bridges have been buitff arid two morejwill be duilt during the coming summer. Hy co operating withiflie State Hoad Department and with the help of others, I have been able to secure contracts for the completion of the Dixie Highway from .lit, Vernon to the Laurel County line, including the 5100,000 bridge at Livingston; and have the promise from the Road Department that a contract will be let in the early spring fo complete the Dixie Highway from lit Vernon to the Madison County line. 1 also have the assurance from said Department that the road from Jit. Vernon to the Lincoln and Pulaski County lines will be taken over and built in the near future. I am anxious for this road improvement to go on ; and if I am I promise that it will go on during the next four years. 1 most respectfully invite the Kebubiicans of this County to investigate my official record. I have nothing to fear from a fair and impartial investigation, Vour affairs have been honestly managed. Not one cent of the people's money has been squandered. Examine the books -- they are open and ready for inspection. On my record os a citizen and a public officer, your support and influence is kindly solicited at said 1'iimury. Yours very sincerely, CAM NOTICE! As the firm of Shafcr & Roberts has been dissolved, all persons indebted to us are requested to come in and settle their accounts AT ONCE. We do not want to give your account to an attorney for collection unless it is absolutely necessary Shafer & Roberts Brodhead, Ky. $ Dollars $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. is about all you get from spending money for trifles J1ULL1NS. A habit and passing pleasures. While from the dollars you place in a Savings Account, you build an interest earning capital a permanent fund that brings lasting benefits. by the resignation of Mr. Winstead. As deputy, and since my appointment as Jailer, I have striven to make the people a good officer. I have done all in my power to up hold my fellow officers in the enforcement of the law. Have all of my life been a republican; supported the nominees of my party; and worked in all elections to further the cause of the G.O.P. On my record as an officer and as u republican, I solicit your votes and influence. Yours sincerely, Wade H. Levisay. Th U,0. Ptopjep Sank INCOKPORATin WADE H. LEVISAY Oapltal and Surplus , $39, f Baker, Preildent To the Cutler L tfldji 1 MUler, U REPUBLICANS yexjxXi L. W, BETHURIM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT.VUBNON, HY. Will practice in all tbo tourti. Office on Church Street U : 511 iir JIP - of Rockcastle County: I take this means of announcing myself as a candidate for the republican nomination for the office of Jailer, subject to the action of the republicans at their primary to I have be held Aug. 6th 1921. served the people of this County as Deputy Jailer for some time, and was recently appointed to trie office of Jailer to fill the vacancy laused " "" C.C.WILLIAMS Rtttrntyat.Liw MtVernon, Ky and Fadrral. Oflca oa Church HltuU Will prMttce to all the Court. State SDOtDOtLC: $100 REWARD 8100 The readers of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is ut least ono dreadel disease that science luis been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Catanh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Iilood on the Mucous Surfaces ot tbo System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease giving tho patient strength by build-iuup tho constitution and assist ing nature in uolng its work. The proprietors have so much faith in tho curative powers of Hall's Ca tarrh Medicine that thov offer One Hundred Dollars fur any case that it fails to cure. Sond for list of testimonials. Address F- - J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug. g gists, 75c. Mt. Vernon. J.E. Woodall tho hustling salesman of London was with our merchants later part of last week. C. L. Hughes engineer has boon transfercd from Livingston to Kevonna and Mr. now rnns out of that point, O.D Brynnt ot Mt. Vernon was Owens and Mrs. Wm. Crotnor and Mrs. Urban Chiming will hero bet wten trains Mon. S. E have returned from Farristoni ten days to move in about Hellard vesited his daughter at where thev havo been visiting Morning View. Mr.Chuning is an Mt.V.'f nun later part of last week their brother V ctir Owens and he operator for tbo Miss Okley Large is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fransisco will go thero to work.he has been her sistir Mrs. W. M. Warren in and little Son nro visiting relat- London Ky. Mrs, B. 0, Mullins'tves in MtVornon. Mrs.J. Picket in very poor health for sometime after a weeks stny at Brodhead has returned from a 'few das but hois rapidly improving. Wo with her sister Mrs. John Harris visit with relatives at Kenton Ky much dislike to lose these good loss is who has been quite ill, stopped Mrs. Fred Baker, after a few people, but Livingstons Morning Views gain. Mrs .E B. off hero for a few days enrout days with her fnther Daniel Miss Gracie Ponder has returned to her home Owens has bean quito sick but is home to Paris Ky. much bettor at present. One of Livingstons young men has been making numerous calls and send Inir flowers to London until it looks very suspicious but under no circumstances or conditions would we bint or breathe the mans name as we are afraid Swannie would get mod. An in hint child of Mr.and Mrs. Charlie ABBBBBBBBBBBnB'liliLaBfHBiBB Argenbrighb died Sat. night apd hurried Sunday at Ward burying ground. Mr.&Mrs.J.W.Baker.Jr bBBBBBBbHbbS iBbta' SBMBBmSPnfflBBBBBl went to Mt. Vernon on 22 Mon. aBBHBBBLHBBVhUBlKr A.fcJ.Rico and Robert Williams flHHHMHSHLMHPfiHffiBV "yjBBBBikalfrWBWrffffl 1 "V ' Tni wimmi V A1f Kr't SBissa aro making various trips to ?S'ir.'AVi will be given later. bbbbbbVbbBbBbhbbbbbIbbbbIbbbbbbbbbV We are cot asleep or dreaming. LlBlBBBBBflBBBBBBBaBBBBBBKjBBByBBBBBBBBBWk lfcli&ftfvWl; hlKMlMm bbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbbbbbbbH 'HbbbIbbbbbbbbW the L1bbtJ1jb1b1bHbbb1b1bbW bbSSbIbIbb 4K?itf iWf, $&&& J.M.Fourefrom blind preacher has a weeks trip to returned jS? Jmmti'&L Harlan and Corbin Ky. G.V.Cal- IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV it4 aIbbbbbV jMBMXB'vSStmB oway and daughter were in LonbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI. .bIbHbk jb4bbbbb'H&(bbbbbbbS Saturday don Saturday On bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbPjBWbbb night and Sunday it is claimed that there was a lot of white lightening or bug juice in our town there were some shots fired and it is said some got very boistrous the marshal was at the graveyard and perhaps some took this advantage, but today there were threo arrests made, two gave bond, and a girl was taken to Mt. Vernon T. J. NICELEY and placed in jail. What a shame when people will got so low, it is enough to make tho very Angels of Rockcastle the weep but when tbe last drop of the stuff is banished off the faco County : of the earth then the Devil can I am a candidate for the nomination for the office of County hang out his shingle and say Court Clerk, subject to the action of the Republicans nt the Augtorment f n rent. TJ.Singleton I wish to thank the Republicans for their ust Primary, 1921. who has heen working in Paris support in the past. The party has honored me twice, first by electfor sometime was with home folk ing me to the office of Sheriff and next to the office of Clerk of the Miss later part of last week. Circuit Court. How well I have performed my official duties will be Clara Spivy who was taken to the I am qualified left for you to judge. I feel from my experience that hospital at Richmond Ky. has to attend to the duties of this office, and if elected will give to the had a severe case of typhoid people the best service I can render. My political record is an open fever is getting along nicely. book of which every Republican in this County is familiar. Ever since W.M. Cromer went to Lockland I have been a voter I have given freely of my time and means to the Sunday, The Hopewell correstwo months each and ever camsuccess of the party giving at least pondent in lust weeks letter menpaign to the organizing and helping to increase the republican tioned her school days in the old nd with the help of all, and majorities in "Old Rockcastle." log school house at Level Green. since the women have a right of suffrage, we have seen the majority She is not the only one that looks pass the two thousand mark. Trusting that I will have the pleasure back to those bygone days and reevery voter in the County between now und the of seeing each and peat tho verses written by the primary, August 6th, 1921. I thank you in advance for your suppoet, 'Backward turn backward, port in this race, I am, 0 time in your flight, make me a Sincerely yours, child again just for tonight ; and T. J. NICELEY. How dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood ; but to daughter, Augusta Juno to Mr. do tho subject justico, we would Elijah Scott on Saturday Dc. iS havo to bo ablo to reach up pluck Portland Mrino. 1920. Christmas is over and tho sch the wand from an angel, dip it in most everyools aro all tho lines of tho rainbow, (and body is done gathering corn, tbo write it on tho leaves of satin. , weather is pretty severe, thero is W.R.Day wont to Louisville on FOR FLETCHER'S nothing much doing excopt planNot much business Tuesday. ning tor another crop and maknews this week, looking for a big li letter next. ing new resolutions for 192 E. "Bant" Hamm and others are doing borce repair work on the telephone lino which is badly needed. Quito a number from here attended tbo four days at Bethel Church, they reported lurgo cro If you are going anywhere, the natural thing wds and intense interest Uncle to do is to travel in the direction of the place Ted Chandler is complaing with Billy Howk of speed you make a severe cold. you desire to reach. Maretburg visited his daughter merely regulates the time of your arrival Mrs Clarice Chandler Sunday. if you are headed right. Jessie Chasteen who wo reported Mr. W.R. sick is much better. Motcalf of North Carolina who It is not tlu ninount of mOney you save, but the fact contracted J.B. Noes farm, for fact that ou luw bumi to save, that invests the act wiih a some reason, but known to hm. certain moral influence which, properly encouraged, becomes self failed to close the deal and stronger and stronger all tho time. That's why we urge you returned to his homo. -- SE. and ta open an ace mint with us and get started ou the right road, of Brodhead visited where the going i easy, Start an account today and watob Mrs. T. B. their parents Mr. and it grow. Chandler recently. Martin Scott who is teaching in Clark County was with home folks last week. Miss Leila Popo visited Jessie and Edyth Chasteen Sunday: We understand thero bus not been so many "winter crops" of tobacco raised this winter as Mr.and Mrs. John Scott usual. T. J. Nlceloy, President. received the followiug announceW. L. '.Richards, Cashier. ment: Mr.and Mrs. Charles Cook announces uhe voAtthgQ of their Livingston - jbbHOPM' r9iSak -i -- "WbHbHPJ51Bhb1 Ml11fPt ifi&3 II Stan-ford,deta- :li iHHHHllHr'. kii' lst To REPUBLICANS BROMO out-an- 1 Children Cry CASTO Rl A The Right Direction The D.B-Cbandl- THE BANK of MT. VERNON U- - .ir..i ..fr-n -" , rHCMCTggmCYrfrni tf-- & fxr.r'H-f'- ' "wv'i""'TWrA, VXZ2Ztr .LLLUj'ujg ,,. -r WHMMIUMSMMtaltfMtfiMMIUM UWMWMwMM! ! MT. MOUNT.VKRiVOiV, ntfreil at thf 111 VERNON KY., Vernon, Kjr. SIGNAL niter. Statement of the Financial Condition of Rock castle County Prepared and Compiled by FRIDAV. JANUARY 21. 1921 Potto" m lecond.ciui in all r published every Friday by R. H. MlLMik ANNOUNCEMENT rc Authorized to announcr, S. F. Bowman, County Court Clerk 1. A PM Mig 264,000 Production IN SEVEN REELS " s Wr nubjcct lo the iictioii of the Republican Party & next August Primary, B. J. BETHURUM For Circuit Judge. " T. J, HALL Tor Circuit Court Clcrfc. ' Orders of the Kockcastle Fiscal Court which show tbe outstanding warrants against the Couuty on the 29th day of December, 1920: ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Call Term 29thof December, 1920. INCOME TAX IN A NUTSHELL WHO? Single persons who bad not income of $i,oooor more for the year 1920; married coup les who had net income of $2000 WHEN? March 15, rOal, is the final date for filing returns and making first payments. WHERE? Collector of Internal Revenue for district in which the person resides. HOW? Pull directions on Form 1040A and Form 1040; also the law and regulations. WHAT? Four per cent normal wx on payable income np to $4,000 in excess of exemption Eight per cent normal tax on balance of taxable income. Surtax from 1 per cent to 65 per cent on net incomosover $5,000 In the year past the American Legion doubled in membership and added 3,417 posts, according to National Headquarters. All records for growth, however, were brQkeflhy Hie Woman.'? Auxiliary which started the year I920 with 5,ooo members and finished with an enrollment of 200,000 and a total of 1,695 units. All state de j On several occasions during tho past few months at public gatherings, the conduct of ome of the young blood has been very unbecoming. We mention this at the request of a citizt'ii who has witnessed some of this misbehav ior Most of the youngsters are from homes which have laught their children differently but the good advise of home is not obey ed. A remedy for this is, piren investigate and know how your children act when away from you Your child may not be the one and if not no harm is done in finding that he or she is not -- FAIRBANKS IN . DOUGLAS At a meeting of the Fiscal Court held in and for Rockcastle county.Ky. Present Hon.Cam Mullins Judge presiding; W. D.Abney, W.D.Mullins, J.R.Evans,Freeman Ketron and F.F.Robins, Justices, There being a quorum present the following business was On motion properly seconded it is ordered by the Court that The Peoples Bank of Mt,Vernon, be and it is hereby allowed the sum of $1130.97, as interest to Jan.lst 1921,on outstanding warrants bearing interest.held by said bank am junting to $21,359.05. Interest payable out of the levy for 1920. On motion properly seconded it is ordered by the Court that the Bank of Mt. Vernon be and it is hereby allowed the sum of $869.34, as interest to Janlst, 1921, on outstanding interest bearing warrants held by said bank amounting to $18,104 25. Interest pay. "The Knickerbocker BUCKAROO" Six thousand, Seven Hundred Feet, of Thrills and Laughter. It .took six solid months to make " The Knickerbocker Buckaroo," the biggest, and best Douglas Fairbanks picture ever produced. .1. able out of levy for 1920, On motion properly seconded guilty it is ordered by the Court that Pran'fort Ky. 18,1921. Jan. partment registered substintial gains and new posts were formed n the following foreign countries: Argentine Republic, Belgium, Chile, China, Guatemala, Tapan, Poland, Jamaica, Santo Domingo, and Peru. Checks received by the national treasurer of the American Legion to provide for the adoption of French war orphans now total $4,650. This amount is enough to care for sixty two orphans for a period of one year. The greater part of the adoptions were made by legion posts in many parts of country but a number of individ J uals contributed. Wholesale swindling of veterans and gold star relatives by unscrupulous lawyers who demand exorbitant fees for obtaining compensation in cases of injury or death is being investigated by the Massachusetts Department of tha American Legion. The widow of one man is said to have paid a lawyer's fee of ten per cent of a $10,000. due to her through the death of her husband overseas The War Risk Act prohibits any lawyer receiving more than $3 as a fee for pressing a compensation Judge Cam Mullins, Mt Vernon, Ky. Doar Sir- :I am in receipt of pet', t'on signed by you and various other citizens under date of Dae. 3rd, petitioning the State High. way Commission to improve, un der Convict Labor, the present road from Mt. Vernon to Lincoln County line, and would advise that this proposition will be sub mitted to our Commissi n at their next February meeting. I don't believe, however, that the Commission will be willing to es tablish two convict camps in the county and, my suggestion would be to complete the present road to Livingston, Kentucky, then, if funds are available forextention of convict work that this same camp be used on the improve mentoftho road' designated in yonr petition. Yours very truly, Joe S. Boggs State Highway Engineer. the Citizens Bank of Brodhead be allowed the sum of $316.60, as interest to Jan. 1st, 1921, on outstanding interest bearing warrants held by said bank amounting to $4564.91. Interest payable out of the levy for the year 1920. On motion properly seconded it is ordered by the Court that the First State Bank of Livingston be and it is allowed the sum of $143.52, as interest to Janlst. 1921,on outstanding interest bearing warrants held by said bank amounting to $1267.52, payable out of the levy for the year 1920. On motion properly seconded ordered-b-y W.M. Poynter be and he fs hereby allowed, the sum of $65.34, as interest to Janlst 1921, on outstanding warrants held by him to $884.84. Interest payable out of the levy for 1920. On motion properly seconded it is ordered by the Court that S.D.Lewis be and he is hereby allowed the sum of $112.59, as interest to Jan.lst 1921,on outstanding warrants held by him amounting to $1954.05. Interest payable out of the levy for 1920. it-i- Six Months, many thousand feet of Film, hundreds of actors, magnificent sets, the lease of a complete railroad system, engines, cowboys, Mexicans, New York clubmen, pretty girls, villians, and ---- -; .- . -- DQUGLAS,FAmB ,r. ... On motion properly seconded it is ordered by the Court that Dr M.Penington be and he is hereby allowed the sum of $15.65 interest to Jan, 1st 1921,on the outstanding warrants held by him amounting to $1043.00 Interest payable out of the levy for 1920. i7: The warrants amounting to the sums named above and now held by the various parties named are issues made for the years 1916, 1917. 1918, 1919 and 1920 together with the item of interest for 1919 are now a debt against this county, an interest bearing debt, as follows: The longest, the most pretentious, the funniest, the most exciting Fairbanks picture ever attempted. Every0foot of Film It'll make you gasp and is packed with punch and laughter laugh and applaud and yell for more when the 6,700 feet is run, and you'll talk about it for weeks It cost a quarter of a million to make. It means the best evening's enjoyment you ever had. 1 J P. STRONG f I PramlnMt Real CsUU taker MacMchuMlU the year 1916 the year 1917 the year 1918 the year 1919 Interest on same for For For For For $ 5,77144 6,663.97 TUESDAY, January 12,28a89 1919 15.441.61 1,843.42 Boston, Aug. 25th -- Says, have been in the real estate brok erage business for many years. I have suffered with loss "of "sleep indigestion and nervousness'bnt 'I since taking skvp better and eat without fear of distress, I can feel a great change in my system. " There i3 nothing in medical science that equals Argo-Pho- sphate in the treatment of indi gestion, rheumatism, nervous claim. ness, kidney and liver ills. Sold by PIONEER DRUG STORE, Mt Vernon Ky. and all reliable drug RESOLUTIONS' The ladies missionary society of ists. the Christian Church has sustai NOTICE. ned a great loss in tho departure having claims All persons to a new field of labor that of '.' rs against the estate of R.G.Murray. II T. young. We could ill afford to lose the inspiration counsel and deceased, are required to prove same, as required under the service of such a member as Mrs. the Statutes, and file tbe same with Young. The society wishes to draw G.S. Griffin, Master Commissioner up the lollwing resolutions. Wo shall miss greatly from of the Rocltcaatlo Circuit Court, 1, our ranks and gatherings one on the 29th day of ,. December, at tho law. fflce of C. O. whose presence has been an in- 1921, Williams, in Mt. Vernou, Ken spiration to our society and tucky. whoso help out of her rich ex T.J Mceloy, Clerk perluuce hus been in so many re Rockcastle Circuit Couit 12 t spccls a sweet heritage to uh as a n as well as a true CONSTIPATION. of our little town. Constipation of the bowels is a 2, It was her delight to lead the young in tho ways of God. stoppage of the sewage system 3. Wo takes comfort In the that removes waste matter from thoghtttmt our loss is to otheis tie body It is as necessary that gain for wo aro suro her work did your bowels move regularly once not end hero bnt will contiuue ojcIi day, to carr off this waste, as it is that tho waste pipes of to be a "leaven " elsewhere. us hflr beautiful life and your home be kept open and carry 4. To example has left a great stimulus, off tlie waste from the house. If may it bo ours to cherish and you would enjoy good health, koep your bowels regular by taking profit by the same. U7a nslr flint thi: ranl,iHnn , Chambe Iain's Tablets when ne ....... P. .. be printed in the Mt.Vemm filial and a copy tent to Mrs.H. Argb-Pbospbate, clt-Jte- - Totel indebtedness Jan. 1st, 1920 $42,003.33 II. Under authority of the Fiscal Court by an order made in April there was borrowed the sum of $5139.92, from the bond sinking fund, and was used in taking up interest bearing warrants held by the Peoples Bank, and the same to be repaid to said sinking fund out of the general fund for the year 1920. This left outstanding warrants on which interest was paid for the year 1920, $36,863.41. 1920, 1 Night WAY QNtv 25 BOONE In addition to the foregoing there are outstanding warrants " issued during the year 1920, to the amount of $12315,21. These warrants will be taken up when the Sheriff makes his settlement for that year. Claims allowed for the year 1920, as shown by the Order Book are as follows : General Fund $24,571.67 Road Fund 9,575.92 MT. VERNON, 15c and goc, War Tax Included No raise in prices P. S. It'd make a horse laugh THEATRE KYFOU SALE- COVE NEWS BridgeFund Total amount allowed 1920 3,170.33 $37,317.92 Approximately the collections for 1920, will be as follows: General Funds (less Sheriff's Com.) .... $16,098.27 Road Fund 11,706.33 Bridge Fund. 4,682.53 Total tax collected 1920 $32,487.13 This will leave a deficit for the year 1920 of the sum of $4830,79. This leaves a total deficit, the amount in which the county is indebted, Janlst 1921, the sum of $41,694,20. The above statement does not include the bond indebtness of the County for roads. S. F. Bowman, states that he is the County Court Clerk for Rockcastle county, Kentucky, and that the statements above made are taken from the Order Book of the Rockcastle County Fiscal Court and from other official records, and that they show the true financial condition of said county on the 1st dayof January 1921. S. F. BOWMAN. Subscribed and sworn to before me by S. F. Bowman, this the 15th day of January 1921 W, H. Fish, Notary Public. My Commision Expires Jan. 14,1922 Mrs. Jasper and Virgil Sharp. Owens and children spent rues day of last week with Mrs J. W. Riddle. Miss Bessie Sharp visi ted Mrs. Toy urew auuuuy niKHK) -- J. W. Riddle bought of William Head a milch cow, price $7s Oo.-- VI rs Ollie J. Bryant "and Mrs. Walter Drew were quests of Mrs W. T. Sharp, Tuesday of last Yo correspondent had week the pleasure of attending the four dys debate held at Bothol church hat week by Elder J. L. Davis of tho Church of Christ and E dor Taylor of the missionary Baptist There woro large crowds in atten dance irora Jirat to uibi wuu kouu interest The debatants woro able tpeal'ers and the debate closed with apparently good feeling. tiobert Bryant spent nieht with his little friends, John Npr.,Seit.iAa mH rnnMt,r9 ..See or write Jack Hystnger, Mt 11 WatklnsVornon' Ky- - . Sunday or spare time. Write Co. 59 Memphi3, Tenn. AGENT WAN TED IN Mt. Ver- non to sell the Original Watkins Remedies, Spices, Extracts, pat hogs, weight 123 to a0 lbs. tf ( fetCaHmtt15ThiJ CASTORIA For Infants and Children. T Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria I IjAWLthrKwdbrBEfall. WUmSnTKHtunai AutatifftrtiMtiaaffAl' itteSlctolflRwtajj inma t Always Bears the i.'wiVMnntta4DiisffN4 Signature of tttoHgcKAKao 222SSS5SE3 M In Use For Over x v aaaaaaaaaai BB AcctpC g No Sabrtltmtet s i TV' d. I Thedford'i' LACK-DRAUGHT T. Young. Mrs.S.C.FranUlin. Mrs The John Crawford Jersey Bull Will make the 1921 M'asoa at Gub iSta omul's $2. at 1 10 gate i 1 g tefel v pm "'. Luther Mullios Com. WET FEET BRING COUGHS AND COLDS Until entirely rid ol a cough or cold, look ovt Juat a few Jam et IVra-ulMnmiltw at traubWr ftretanlf1Hki a OIMulljr bntk nU or dM ,i iMBmi CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Alwayi the lf natute Tbeyarasourcotianfc. U wopm ia cJmtUI iiw. OLD ntfO-M- a 3 iB I Purely Vegetable p. r,WEM: tliirfy Years J upan PE-RU-N- A end If nnfa tUnfet f : In Use For0vr30 Years Z db&lSek i READ SIGNAL x panfateat coach. TABLETS OB LIQUID dWuttUi bunrtlMaMt Liver Medicine 3 fycfWrspfMf. CASTORIA THC CIVTAVR n.M UN VUHW1UKS KEEP IT THE HOUSE mt aMHaaiiBDflor COMlir, NCW 0 CITY. i IV Kl H Sh T . f 'An SffVttM'MHVM SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky, jun. MT. VERNON jt, tgai TH18 13 A "BUCKAROO" J. T. Gentry nud wlfo of LebaKnow what a buckaroo is? Well non Junction attended the Masonlook in tho Dictionary, and you ic banquet here, last night Miss Decsie Niceley is able to won't find this: From Buckaroo (buck-a.roo- ). be out again after several weeks confinement with typhoid, Albert Clark of Orlando, one of our boys, who is in very poor health, will leave shortly for a Government Hospital at Johnson City, Tonn. Mrs.- - Mary Elizabeth Williams and daughter, Mrs. CleoWllIiams Brown, after a montbB stay with the family of M. C. Williams, in Somerset, are now with Judge and Mrs. K.G.Williams, in Covington. Miss Berfer of Lancdon school who has'had a very severe attack of typhoid will soon leave for her homo at Washington D.O. Miss Helen Welch will succeed Miss Benlord as teacher for the remainder of the year. on touumic 4 Na(hiu( fl.fl.c. TIME TABLE. 2 north 4 24 north 28 sotth 21 doah 6.09 p m 8:27 a m 12:17 p m 12:22 am Jas. Landkum, Agent. Phone No. 8. PERSONALS R. F. Masball was home last Week. Edgar Mullins was at home LOCAL Born 'to the wife of Barns of Pine Hill a boy. JoexMcKenzie is in Lonlsvllle Oh business. Miss Ethel Asbill was in Louis, James tille this week. i d Frith was up from ycitarday. Miss Rissle Williams is visiting in Louisville, Bob Ping has 'been quite sisk for the past week. Mr.R.B. Mullins of Richmond as in town yesterday. Wm. Adams of Gclesberg was It home first of the week. Mrs. Jno. Craig is reported frme.better aVifals time. W. if. Bullock was in from C. H. Brod-bea- Born to tho wife of Willie Renner a girl on the 16th. E.T.MnllinB has been in Louisville this week on business. -- fowling Green Monday. B.B.Brown of the Ottawa sec- tion was in town yesterday. IohnLcarof Louisville is visit, tag his mother here this week. e Attys.J. W.Brown and C. C. are in Louisville this Week. Ivan Roberts i able to be out Again after a lay up of two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fransisco Visited Mrs. Abe Adams this Will-tam- We are ad vised that Jas.Brown Bradbury has measles, but is some better at this tirao. W.R. Gott says a man happen ed to find his place on church St. the other day, he bought his eggs Walter Owen's little child, age nine years, was burned to death lasT"week,at"her"Tiome at Pongo. A small child of Bill Rennet's which was dangerously ill for several days with measles is reported bettor. Gather Philbeck of the Red Hill section, bought the Alvin Carpenter place near Hiatt, and will move to it soon. J.M.Brown, Watben Morgan, Geo. Griffin and Scott Pittman from East Bernstadt attended the Masonic banquet last night. SB Matt Howard, W.T.DaltonJ.C. G. C. Hatcher of Corbin, at- Woods, J.H. Bowman, Troy Daily tended the banquet at Mt. VoN and J.L.Wynnwero in Mt. Vernon DO" last sight. Monday attending the stock sale. Bill Baker of Livingston. Mont. Ashley Owens called, to iUltteg John) A. Brcwn ancH Middletown, Ohio was Friday on last family near Bromo. Joe Bullen of the Scaffold Can account of the serious illness of his little grandson. Mr. Owens section has a child reported very bad a telegram that the boy was sick with pneumonia. much better and would arrive in Wejire glad to see Miss, Lillian Mt.Vernon Thursday. Giiffin out again after a very x severe attack of fever. B L. Osborn and Limlsey Ifiberly of the Brodhead section liMtr twk witlMat Htttloo H KUMT-t.lr. falU la th. Were in town yesterday. triatmtat af ITCH. BC2BMA. Wek. sMfsCHfMTnT a .Mr. Wm. Moran of London visited Mr. and ,Mrs. Meshack Gentry first of the week. BlNQWOafct. TlTTKR Tt Jtekla tkla ditMM. Trr m n Mat ftoi at car riak. kr BYDPioneer Drug Store Miss Bess Sproulc erhlorly of Brodhead Ky. but n of Detroit N. Halfot was married to Mr. 8C.24 lod Cat ham Ont. Canada, Mr.Uall holds a res; nsibte now noun, buck, arid tion with tho For Motor Co. tho Anglo-Saxand the last two syllables tojutnp They will be at hoi e ,to tneir Ave ue- - Says Its ng kangaroo. Meaning: when friends at, 86 Pasade: Wonderin troit'after,Foburary ist. applied to the masculine gender of tho human species, a lively ful Medicine In World Clms. C. Davis bsgpnrchased Read at the Thrift Week Community Meeting young buck' 3. A gay doe. Ono tho entiro stock of mefpKandiso of and Go 100 at the Mt. Vernon Graded School Bu'rfding who doesn't givo a dern. A rip- - M.J. Miller. Mr.Davis jjkuis cut an devel-ma', Tuesday evening, January 18th, 1921 snortin' arclfway, thus thrown: tho two Miles Rather care crittur from away back, bond stor3 together, 'which gives By EVERETT REYNOLDS . ed for thingsa very inviting, look. Mr. Be KENTUCKY'S CHAMPION CORN GROWER In his natural habitat he is gentle Davis expects to carry complete "I have to go thirty miles for an a baby St. Bernard, especially ine of drugs, groceries and gen- Tanlac, but I would a hundred Z with the opposite stx; but turn armi j. uici uuuuuise. ; Little has been thought of the real roads during our community develooB if rathor than bo without it." said value of our county boys and Rirls by mont campaign this fall. him loose without a tether and Mr. Vernon Co"f delightfully Mrs.Elenora Case.of Norwich, Pa., he'll paw up tho ground some I want to call your attention to Just tho scores of working forces in our biff entertained the Juniors and Sen while visiting recontly at 644 county. Around and within the popula- - ono part of the County Agents work, thing scandalous. Slang: A regular ted centers there has been people work- - and that is our Jnntor Agriculture Club. Avc.Akron, Ohio. guy. Synonym: Douglas Fair iors at his home jiv Thursday evening Jan. 20. Those present When I began facing Tanlac I Inn with schools, Y, M. C. A., Y. w. we had last year 112 members: they banks. weJo:Misses Julia Landrum, Ada only weighed a hundred and thir- C.A., Christian Endeavor, Red Ccross, grew corn, pigs, poultry, sheep, alve, Trip it lightly on your tongue Womens Club, and many other concerns tomatoes, (potatoes and beans, at the 'Knickerbocker Buckaroo." Talk Brown Ida HamllnEliza Langford ty five pounds and now I weigh but somehow this work doesn't reach close of the year our club members Jallette Griffin, a hundred and fifty ono. I had out very far Into ourpoor rural section alone had made aclear profit of it I Advertise it Its a corking Xaura Hiatt, $2014. Fairbanks title for the best of Bertha Debord, Hazel Parrett, suffered for three years from in and give us boys and girls a chance. 07. In making- this money we did not and Ethel Hilton. Messrs. Earl digestion and other troubles. My It sometimes occurs to me that few peo- - lose any time from our other work Fairbanks' pictures. pie ere interested in finding some real which was to be done, we worked at Mullins, Roscoe Adams, Everett Miss Mary Horner of Allen-tow- Bryrnt, Tom Lucas, Hugh Seals, appetite was poor.l had severe helpful work to do. The'ro nre people homo just as we had before. pains in my sldes,back and chest who say they are Inspired to do Gods Our county champions are: Pa. has charge of the pat- Logan Bryant and Jack Brown and awful spells of dizziness. calling and are ready to do what he Corn Everett Reynolds, 105 bu. per ients recently operated on at My sleep at nignt was very says do but if you will notice 999 out acre. Miss Louise Landrum delightLangdon school. fully entertained the Sophmores much broken and I always woke ofeverv 1000 such people find such Pigs Uazul Carter made a net proflt Robt. S ponce our County at a rook party Friday evening up in the morning with a dull, wark in towns and cities. Is It because of $149.75 Agent was here during the week Jan. 1 1. Those present were: tired feeling and was so weak and the country communites don't need Poultry Gleniia Johnson made a net only calls to profit of 13.72 Is and organized a Junior Agricul- Misses Elizabeth Lawrence, Ida lifeless that I could hardly get up help? and It because Godbecause these K. I. red birds not;countlng her flock of sho has on hand now. towns cities? ta It ture Club at New Chesuut Ridge Hamlin, Dorthy Albright, Mary energy enough to cook a meal or workers are dtspiscd and not wanted Recently hIio has been accepted as a school houso Thursday night. Saylor, Leila Davis, Amanda Davis sweep a house. It took about all In the rural sections? Is it because they member of the Berca R. I. red poultry God only calls association. Mr.R.W.Roaf, State Y.M.C.A. Margaret Fish, Verila Hamlin, the strength I had to climb a cau't mako money and Our club members have 41 pure bred to money positions? Those and others and Louise McNeill. Messrs Jack flight of stairs and I would reach questions come to me as I sit around pigs, 3 pure bred bulls, 12 pure bred worker was in Mt. Vernon with the Crawford, Earl Mullins, Leonard the top almost completely ex- the fireside In my home near Mt. vcr. sheep ana more than 600 pure bred R. in connection non on Rent roes Creek. I wish I could I. red birds. Nine club members hold schoo' held thrift work exercise Davis, Russell Niceley-- , Roscoe hausted. feel Liberty Bonds, 21 hold War Saving which was greatly enjoyed by Adams. Maurice Brown, Bernard Since taking Tanlac I feel like make it plain to you just how an entirely different person. My butjjeing.one.of these country hoys llv .Stamps, and 35 have- a BANK accountevery one. and Bill Johnson. ing on a farm working for my living of more than.f 700 which docs not lnFrom the number of cases of appetite is wonderful and every- raslng corn, pigs, feeding calves and elude our net profits made in 1920 moat Masonic banquet given lust night was as usual a measles reported from the Sand thing agrees with me. I am free cleaning out the barn, 1 am afraid I of which is still invested in live stock great success. There were about Springs section, there.should be from pains and dizziness and I cantmakoyou sea just what I want you and crops held in our possession, Tho Brodhead Bank', Livingston ninety plat js served, and enjoyed but very few left who are not sleep soundly every night and tosae. state it this way, why can't our Bank, and the Bank of Mt. Vernon are wake up in the morning feeling I will by every one. This banquet was immuned. country schools be made better for our giving $5.00 to each champion, Whicb, put on by Cemetary Committee The four year old child of fine. My house work is actually a boy tand girls? Why can't our country will remain on deposit for a term of and it is to be hoped that they Peasley Burdett of neafSwikJie pleasure to me and I. can run up churches be made better for our coun- - five years with' 3 per cent Interest. This ' and down the stairs the same as try boys and girls? Why can't we at of course gives us a BANK account to realize a good sum, for it certain- which was very sick with pneu- IJoould when I was a girl. country boys and gins have tho chance start with, We mestn to add dollars to ly goes to a good cause. monia last week is very, much After seeing how Tanlac was in these many ways being suggested by this account this year. town and city our visiting friends I have been telling you the value of better. helping me, my husband began workers?. Whv don't and of our active Club .work in Rockcastle, indollara and CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH some Mrs. Robinson of the Gauley taking it and it is doing him a christian, moral workers work in the cents!' I can not state the value injde- REMEDY. country, over the hill and through the veloplng community spirit, morals, section has moved to herjproperty world of good.too." This is a pleasant, safe and Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon mud building up a sentiment, mould, character, citizenship, Christianity and In the west end of ktowii which for coughs and of things . colds. It has heen in use for .many she recentl bought from Booth by Chas. C. Davis; in Brodhead ing character and bringing about a hundreds other our community and You remember by the Brodhead Pharmacy, and better community spirit ? years and is held in high esteem Purcell..,r"" in Livingston by R. G. Webb; Last summer at a Junior Agricultural county school and agricultural fairs, in those households where its .' Club meeting, our County Agent Mr. you saw for yourself and witnessed the in Burr by W. M. Owens. good qualities are best known. It Spence,: made this statement "Brigh- - great community spirit, and beard the is a favorite with mothers of ten tho corner where you are." At this yells and songs of schools, young children, as it contains , no much about It, but. Our, county. Agcnt Btarted this time opium or other .harmful .drugs. BICQA B lf U4JT Jc ,.4ff was working 'my corn, for I am he doesn't hesitate to ride through the ff&i Ifttlaoa 1CU tJDKIIIUK Try it when ''you have need of Mm knd'has:l5ee5ktr'm volftca a wouucix-ij""!any ?raiu,uuuk auu KViu ujvrwiiJaiutmmm 1 oitcu such a remedy. all fall and winter. I have been good could come from mo working my up our hollows to a club wesaberf'or'to' SjK'IrUbhLSw.' feeding. If any one has one gone corn and being a CluB hoy. This caused organize a club or to help Mr. Robert Dalton of Conway We now nave about 300 club mesa Ky. son of Nancy Dalton, and a or missing please describe or call mo to think more about the Club work, call. to work to "Make tho BESTBET- and the valueof It to our county and to bers Keep the vital organs healthy by and see same. brotherin law of J. H, Bowman, regularly taking the TER," oiirState slogan, and to Bright- tho young people. world's standResp't yours, married Miss Daisy Couch daugh- ard remedy for kidney, liver, I believe Mr. Spence, our County en the corueH where we are. Mrs. J.C.MeGuiro ter of Farmer Couch of Welchburg bladder and uric acid troubles Agent, is bringing about better con- - Do you want to help us country boys Livingston.Ky ditions along the line which I spoke of and girls to make money and learn to Jackson ' County Ky. ou New a while ago. I was convinced of this save it by investing it in education, If GOLD MEDAL Years day. They will spend a few fact when I heard Mr. Davis, your drug so keep our county agent, cooperate in months with 'J. H. Bowman and LOST: One dog, half hound, gist, and Mr. Spenee speak of our our club work, promote our county wife Alice Bowman his oldest "Black and white spots, ring farms, homes, schools, churches and school and agricultural fair. V sister at Conway. Then they around neck. $5 reward if reThe National Ramedy will make their home in Hamil- centuries and endorsed byof Holland for turned to, Earl Turner, Quean THE SPACE USED IN THIS ARTICLB WAS ton, Ohio. The Signal extends its At all druggists, thrae iliej. Pino Hill, Ky. Look for thm nun Cold Modal on PAID FOn BY has best wishes to this young coupla. aad accept a imitajfea . A Goes 30 Miles For MoreTanlac Most THE VALUE OF THE JUNIOR Agricultural Club -- WORK ROCKCASTLE County Would dlng-bustln- y Than Without It, Phi-pplip- s ! n Tues-day.h- e 1 - -- Tho-anau- relia- ble-medicine -- WATCH THE TT wqrk,-"whlle- .l ! those;-wm- J Stomach-KidncyS'Heart-Uv- aflWIMA Wllhel-tnin- a. tt D.GCRMG J. SHERIDAN ACT. COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE CO. PIONEER DRUG STORE BOWMAN, PROPRIETOR PEOPLES BANK FLOYD B. MILLER, CASHIER W. H. FISH THE STOUE THAT SELLS FOU CASH fPit V -- i V.' ' vJ C " 'N i f'. y WAVE you subscribed for the 11 Signal yet? Have you paid your subscription ? The election is on, you want the news, we're going to give it to you Send us your $1.50 for your new or renewal subscription. Any paper is just whalt YOU make? It. :""'.- ' . -- DIRECTORY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Mrs. Alice Davis. Supt. CIRCUIT COUKT J. O. Scoggins, Suporvlaon. H. J. Botliurutn, Judge Bam Filds, Burr. Div. No. 1. Somorsut. K. L. Skid mora, Div. No. L Commonwoalth Attorney Brodhead. , oouiurset V. N. Flippin, Geo. Bullock, Div. No. 3. Clerk T. J. Nicoley, Hansford. Mt. Vernon. L. T. Cliff. Div. No. 1. G. S. Pino Hill. Master Commissioner Div. No. 5. T. R. Mullins, Griffin. Mt. Vernon. Withers. Trustee Jury Fund P.R. Miller, 'Div. No. 0. R. T. Abney, Mt. Vernon, Disputants. 12 days. 1st Monday in Fob. 18 daya. 1st Monday In May 18days. Monday in Aug. 3rd - FEET SORE? MINTOL applied it nikt viH mike yiur feet eel 19 jem jims- w ii the aming lid tile tk t rf CHM stii MT. VERNON W. II. Carmical. Pnlico Tudee Clerk E. S. Albright. Marshall P. D. uoooru. V. B. Siginon. Chairman Board Members of Board F. u. Miller, John Clontr, r.unur O. D. Bryant. COUNTY t'OUUT Judge Cam Mullins. County Atty. S. D. Lewis. Olerk S. F. Bowman. I THE PIONEER DRUG STORE Mt. Vomon, Keutuclcy. Children FOR iatM iir i . Sheriff Tip Laugford. Jailor Wade Uvssay. C.T.Slgmon TaxCommlsslaior W. W. Durham. Surveyor Coroner Jack A. Jones. CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S ia Ory . 3tifr jv . if . - ,TT Wneti jgiwfaj"i Bollty JititmU HifjTpsa ( 'tttSKSmsmvaearrK scor-r- s mttmmmmmmmmmmmaitkmm B i i'!iniiiHMii: loknd Mloh. niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiiiit)iiiiiiiHiiii!rHim:!i:tc 01 rl J!"it Oorrrot WetrU litH durntd bi dounta I TuXT HANI- J u,u.u.m. S ? Ihg contest with Jun'or of nthtr j'Hiiitr iiH'ii, nml cnn.o Rr- - tl.h iiuiiurs, in ,:s He brought biclt r.gBglfljS to Kit U siin County it ) icox irniiny rii(i which thn Any Amount g Men nnd Wo- jCmiutvin wind place in tlic a Junlo judging ring iiHD Ate Up nnd Doing BURAIi SERVIOX DKPT. Kik'K County is proud to Lu. Hriglit nnd Early Louisville, Ky. 631 W. Market St. b.'tli Inline of neli loy who has ra t, tils mm in the state TilEC YOUR BLOOD FROM POISON l pi ,m to s . Your Groceries at a Tremendous Saving! in j'ldinu She is the Famitilt proudo of bfi.ii! the home of Take I a The Ounker Maid, Inc., U a Loulivllle concern operating We buy grower Stores. ous Wood Tonic Prescribed ti fM.tc riiimptori com chain ol 01 Sanitary Economy Cash Grocery the Consumor, our a utile h me of the htittr Champ direct from the Producer and soil direct to very email margin by Physicians for price bolnp baaed on actual cot to us plue a i 'i of produrt'on. E ot prollt. s 30 Years K ni'M hoMs County Chuiii 5 As we have not located as yet In thli eeetlon of the country, virtually bringing a Quaker Maid Store to you through our E we are o hip in c m gmwer dot of Sluggish blood clofged with Rural Service Department, which glvee you the opportunity of s E sunplylne your table needi at practically wholesale iptlM, AN Juni'ir nml Riicltunsile poisons like" yu lazy. You COMPLETE PIIIOE LIST ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND lor tliiMiur binl of Mt.Vfrnon never feel like getting up in tho E 5 MAILED ON REQUEST. Mt.Vi- im 'puts up a diposit of morning And when you do g t up E Tho following quotations are but a few of tho many Phonomonal i n1n imiliiritind that theaa tirlces "... .ii..i. $.1 in KverMN uridit. This is 10 you miss that feeling of refresh "Specials" (f) or Baits but are our Evciry-Da-y S are not jwJt for five ycaifi ing rest. You feel mote tin'd S Low Economy Prices which prevail In all of our 61 Storca. 3 if main en with tin' OUR GUARANTEE ! p ir cmt Interi'Hf than when you went to bed. After S may return at our expense any Rroccrles you buy nf us which E You bi sum but ltall ugcod nights .sleep you should Thsis E are not perfectly satisfactory both In price and if ty. the Conn' gent ask for. His get up with apring.feeling mive, Large Size inte"d. ' nest egg1 Everett renewed, rel reshed. Fancy Pound 24c is determined to add to this each And yu would, too. If your California Med. Size, Lb. .uur for live wars so as to Imvo blood ais full of cntpuscles. Your -3 n luiti'ouiiL account at tho end of complecthm would look fresh J iiw yeirs. : you your eves Bright and ch-Jan. 18 a thrift program wrs would teel the wjrm tingle t E In bulk, strictly Iresh I pair coming 4--yr old marc mules I nice Jersey heifer, yearling put 011 n Mt, Veriion Oradod good health. E Rne qunlity, Covtrn- School. Kvorett was chosen by ment impeded, collect I fllT I yearling bull . Look to your blood if you have 1 coming 2-- yr old horse mule weisnt Kuommccu. the county Agent to ri'preM'nt that I zv , heavy fe'.'htm in the 1 brood mare, 8-- yr old, in foal wagon No. 2 the Jniiior A'icultu ro club work morning. Choice Begin takl tig Pepto. TOMATOES CANS Quality X for the count) at this ruoetirir He Mangau 7-- yr 1 good buggy, rubber tire the ideal tonic. It has E old sorrel saddle mare, road a paper on the subject blood builuing properties that 1 new Frazier break good saddles Macaroni or Spaghetti "The value of Junior Ayiicultur pick you up and give you County" strength. al work in Rockcastle cow, 5.yr old, fresh in February 1 set good wagon harness WHOLE OR 25c BIG FINK Quaker Oats 2 Roht P Spence. Pepio Mangan is widely and CIOUND 3-- yr old, fresh in n sets single buggy harness, GRAPE heartily endorsed by pbsicians. I heifer, County Agricultural Agent Post Toastiea. Kelloggs r i o u BLACK Corn Flakes or Krumb'eto lL is effective and easy to take It l cow, 8-FRUIT 160 bales hay It old, fresh in Quaker Puffed Wheat,pkg. 13c is prepared in both liquid and WORTH CONSIDERING 1 cow, 3-- yr PEPPER Shredded Wheat, pkg 14c old, fresh in spring Some farming tools Fresh Grape Nuts, pkg.. ..16c Tho question is not so much tablet form. Both have the same whole Nuimegs mediciual properties. things too numerous fresh in February cow, 6 how you contracted a cold,, but Gintrer Snaps, lb 15c 5 for 2c 1 Sold ut any dri g htore Be Hure I heifer, 2-- old, fresh in spring how to get rid of it with the least you get mention. the genuine Pepio Man Fresh S Groaad Corn Meal, Hominy Grits A Lbs. 1 tKCcctwnieuce. If gun toss of 4isie and nice 2--yr old heifer, fresh in spring "GudeV Ask for it by V (or or Cracked Hominy you will consider the experience full name and be sure the full is Guaranteed to be the BIGGEST of others under similar circum- narae.''Gudcs TERfyIS-e-Ma- de COFFEE VALUE ON THE. on day of sale. ! on the package. POUND MARKET. stances, who have been most Advertisement. successful iu cheeking their cold PRIMROSE, Choice Blend COFFEE, lb. 21f in their beginning, you will secure bursted up six barrels and q E Oirr Customera pay the Shipping; Charges on their orders. Their 3 a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough kettle.'whats the matter with the E charges are Tery small In comparison with the sarlngs yon mak. 3 Remedy without deNy, and use it officers E by TRADING AT THE QUAKER MAID. jj Owen Allan sold his faithfully. Toere are manv famu horse to lames Anglin for SEND FOR A CATALOGUE TODAY lies who have used this propa ra- $150 00 J.U.Owens is in business UHtUtllllMNIMlllllllllUIIIIIUIltlllimiUlllUMIIIIIUIlllllIIUHtlllllttllllaVaJ tion KUccesifullv for years and again at the saino old stand, hold it in high esteem. It is excel The holinesspeoplo have just closAuctioneer cent. This isnt a big sum but it is ent. COUNTY HONORS ed a series of meetings near intended to influence towards a ROCKCASTLE Charley Scott's L M.Owens sold saving account for the future. 1920 his family horse which has been Robt.F Spence Rockcastle County this year is in the tamilv for twenty three Home Course In DoCounty Agent very proud to have some makers Davidson Ben has hajd years. Aunt Nannio BulHn, who as well as record breakers. These mestic Science bought rtgriss mill and will be a stroke of paralysis tho 8th died ready STATE HONORS record makers and record break for service in a wee k or "Twenty Lessons in Domestic R OCKO ASTLE COUN I Y the 12th. Hei remains were laid ten ors are Junior Agricultural Club das J L Owens nnd Bill Science., 'by Marion Colo Fisher ' 1920 boys and girls. We had 112 membto rest at Scaffold Cane Allen are both clearing now ba- recently been received by us Everott Reynolds is to be honers for 1920 growing crops, animJ H, Wolf and Willis grounds. for review. ored throughout tho State of Chastcen passed through hero als and poultry. This is a complete advanced The winners as County Champ- - Kentucky as being the State Sunday with a load qf tobacco TRF.ASIJRRY DEPARTMENT course in domestic science and of the Champion Corn Club boy, ulso enrout to Richmond. Several of mrmmt ons are as follows: Washington D.O. h"me ecoui mics boiled duwu the State Champion on producing the boys are going this week Corn Everett Reynolds, Hummel January 15 pat meet the requirements of tbe The Courier-Journis ably edited; it is sane John Chas- - To the School Bovs and club Renfro CreoN, Mt Vernon .the biggest yieW per acre (ju: 0 with their burley. house wife nnd the student. teen ai)d family wrio nave been Girls of Ajnbriea: and dignified in its handling of news ; it is fearproduced 105 5 bushels Ho also bushes ) Ti e entire course consists of won s tate Clisimpion-hiin coin Kvorett is A.n.Roynolds' son at work at Fmnkliu Onio for less, yet fair, in its editorial utterances ; and it ' I have been gratified to twenty practical lessons one club work and productioi per who lives on Renfro's Creek four somo time has returned to bin hear of the fine rooord you made always will be found tho champion of clean govhundred pages filled with the R. miles, from Mt. Vernon. He has little farm on Todd Branch. acre. last year in saving raonoy, and of most valuable information the ernment. Pigs, Hazel Carter. Hummel lifted Rockcastle Countys name T. Abney made a busltie&s trip your Investment in Thrift Stamps house wife can po&soss heretoclub, Wildie, made a net profit of to the top of the ladder in the to Scaffold Cauo Satur day even- Your Government is proud that fore taught only in domestic The Courier-Journa- l surpasses all its competi. Bcnnie Anglin went to the young people of the Nation $149-75- . She has been a club Junior Agriculture Club work, ing. science schools. tors in equipment for getting the news of tho Mr John are developing these most prac He has shown that "There's Richmond Saturday. for two years. member Do you know the relative value Poultry, Glenna Jchnson,Cove more in tho man than in the Coffey is visiting his sister Mrs. tical habits. I can asuro you that of food, which day, because it has not only the Asfociated Press fruits to use for J.M.Bullins and other relatives. club.Orlando made a net profit land." the money vou are now investing cooking, what purpose salads diepatchea but the full wire service of the Now This is Evoretts first year as Mrs, Willard Todd is on tho sick in Government savings securities of $33-7This does not include York Tiroos, In addition it maintains staff correct use of condiments, her flock of more than 50 pure club member. He took advantage list this week. J.T.Stephens, J. is very helpful iu meeting jour about proper kitchen equipments at Frankfort and at Washington. bred Rhode Island Reds. She. of tho Junior lub Camp at Lon A.Gulnn and W C.Viars went to countries great responsibilities. about U.S.Government's bulletins Joseph While yon are aiding your Gov- - bow to reduce the high cost of liv iias recently been accepted us a don and at' ended every day Richmond Monday. frU Kjntuky Horn l Oo mo let a Without It. member of tho Berea Rhode Is- During this time he won for him Vanwinkle was in this vicinity ornment through the purchase of ing, how to pro note and protect Dr. M. Penniugtou of securities, you are forming habits your own and your families health a name ae one cf the best Tuesdaj land Red Poultry Association. self Each of tho above winners hoys in camp Ho mver refused Mt. Vernon was called to see Mrs which will be most valuable in the bow to make housekeeping simp Bj special arrangements we are now able 10 offer get". $5 given by thrpo of our to carry out orders given by his J. M.Bulleu Tuesday who is very future in the mastery ot your ler by utilizing modern science CourltP-Journa- ! hick.- - B.A. Riddle was in this personal and financial affuirs. banks. Corn Champion, Bank of Camp officers. I in the homo. won tho trip to tho part Tuesday on business. AND THE Mr. congratulate you on your record, Everett Mt Vernon, Pig Champion CitiTlls 'qauk we n.Qto, is prtoed at Urodhead, Poultry State Pair bee mse of his nlerU and Mrs, Ray I.inville visited Earl and encourage you to cqntjnuQ 2.00 per copy and from what we zens Bank, Champion, First State Hank ness, iaithiutnsss and nil around Llnvllle Monday. Earl has been this splendid work. understand It contains a complete Livingston. This money is to preparedness as a clun boy at the on the sick list for the past few Sincerely yours, 1100 00 collego course, condensed remain on doposit in the banks 'time the bjys wore selected. At days. W.C.Brock wont to Rich (Signed) D l' Houston, and it is practically free to every Both one year, by mail, for only for a terra of five years at 3 per the State Fair he at tended a rnond Ttosday, Seorotary. interested housewife. V rite the Hume Economic Department of tho Calumet Oak Thlt offer applies to renewals M well as new ulwcriptlons, Exciting Film ore ing Powder Co , 4100-3but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. One of the excitiug episodes in Nw subscriptions may; if deslredf start at alatsr date, and St. .Chicago, Illinols.for full parti renewal will date front expiration of present once. Owen Allen made a flying trip Douglas Fairbanks new Artcraf t culars regarding the book and The "Knickerbocker how to secure it. to V irginia Lee Allen is ut home picture, If you prefer w exeatag nftwapaper.. you may substitute BLACK-DRAUGHT Tbe Lou,ta,xlU&TteA for Tbe from Dayton Ohio. Miss Isa Buckuioo," which will be bhown belloHatding of Dayton is visit- at Tho Boone Way Theatre, is SALESMEN WANTED SenA o bring year orders to tbe officu or the ing ber grandmother Ms. M. E. that of tho screen athlete climb Keep busy. Is your Get busy. White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Sees Medicine CPf Scott Ed and Elmer A lien vis out of a window of a speeding contiuuelng up to the job unsafe? Is it permanent f Ifon and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford'i BlactDraufU ited home folks during the holi Pullman, w days, from Oklahoma. Wilburn roof of the car and running along want a life long business. Came and Stayed. on tue top of tho train, then can get into such A busluoas sell WANTED :. Men or women to Halewas with home folks during the people of Rock- Xmns from Middlitown end jumping to the swinging arm of tng moro than I37 Wtklns Prod. take ordora among friends and .1 T3utlon; Ala. In recommending Thed feeling after meals. Sour stomach Castle COUnty; bought a farm from John a wnter feeder from which he leaps ucts direct to farmers ti you own neighbors for thejgennlee. guar- to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking McCracken. ford's Albert Alien Is set- onto the back of a horse. 1 his is auto or team or can1 get one; if nteed hosiery, full line lor men, & to notify VQU neighbors here, Mrs. T. P. Parks, a It aids dlgtstloa, ftlco ting up a new mill ner his home the start of a thrilling obose in you can give bond with personal women and children. Eliminates cowboys per I JacksonCounty lady, said: "1 am ssists the liver in throwing oB Impuri- and will bo ready for business In which two hundred been appoblsurities. We .back you witu big darning. We pay 75c an hour for a short while. Solmon Griffin sue Fairbanks for miles up into selling aelps. 52 years in buainass, s pare time, or $36.00 a week for . o. f gelling up in years; my head Is pretty ties. I am glad (0 recommend OtOCK inspector DV is running a wagon shop to per the hills. Arrangements were 20,000.000 users of our products. full time. Experience Junnewa. tc and do, to my friends and white. 1 have seen medicines and rememade with the office of theDirector foctlon. Mrs. Elizabeth Scott Write for intormatlon where you wry. Write llnternatlonal Stock, the FlSCal GoUft fOr dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." found a moonshine still on her General of Railroads for tho use can got territory, J. R. Watkinj ing Mills, Norristown, Pa. xt lot. Thedford's U S standcame and stayed. I am talking of place and took a chopping ax and of an entire train for the scenes Co., Department 0, Winona, Min year w& above described. An abandoned a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ot 11 4tp nesota. track in the Suu Fernando desert (or years one that can be depended up- over seventy years ot successful use. I was selected for the location, be Straight Salary: $05.00 per Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work. For Infants and Children Notnlna Doi..g at All. cause of the scenario demanding tsrnnlf aiirl OYnrtiliQ ti mfltl A. Hokus "80 ah didat rotura will relieve Indigettlon to help cleanse the system of impurities. Montr bk without qatttioa the desert atmophore. woman with rig to introduce Iots. ehr Pokus "Roturn ay If HUNTS I Mm fill In th Insist upon Thedand constipation if taken rlghl.and I know Try way, sbe flion t eran rotura say trttmat ! If CH, KCZKUA. Eutoka Egg Producer. Euiekj A1"t52,bea" RINOWORU.TETTBR or I tau.- - xoau TODica. for I tried it It k the best thing I have ford's, the genulflj. Mfg. Co., Kaat St. Louis' 111. ol (fr&jtfcL&fa. Hfnatute Navy Mot e u'l;'nn ri inn GETTING A GOOD START Hed-BloodYd EVERY DAY Beans I 5c Lb.9C 'ii-t- ln PUBLIC SALE WILL ON 1 -- 11 Peiito-M:iligM- i, r - - Saturday, January 29 th A. Miles South of Brodhead On E. A. Cox place PROPERTY: 2-ho- 11 .! - - AT 0:00 I I PRUNES 15c I OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL 5r LARD -i ROLLED OATS a J, 5 "KB?8 19c I 12c past i IS I ttB? 8iCl Jft 13c 8! rse 2 cart P?0GRS I i i 2 mi to yr I I " 19c I yrold, yr Other f 23c I sijCOFFEE j ''' I Pfpto-.Manpun- known I J.LKEGLEY Brodhead, Ky. The Louisville R. L SMITH, ROCKFORD cem-etar- y. - COURIER JOURNAL Th Papr southland al p ( ser-ve.t- he - ts; 1 - Tti Daily Mt. Vernon Signal $5.75 Courier-Journa- l. THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORO'S COOKSBURG Stunts Mt. Vernon Signal Tq ui ht, Black-Draug- ht well-kiio- Black-Draug- 1 that hive ffa Black-Draug- j t - tilt Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ht CASTOR A J. E Hunt. 123tp "Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- lllUForOvr30Yr ht. lrt yu tutx found for the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. 0, m ViWa?Uft. IvJPjtoneer Drug Store ' Ske Subscribe tor Signal n m W t