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SIT 11 -- entrallyLocated between Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville fCR YEARS FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Established J887 34th Year No, J4 $ tUf Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, January 28, J92J Price $J.50 IN ADVANCE men, regardless of their homfip integrity, to create, a fund lor the goods stolen, while the Wetland robber would go free. t'ir 4. If wc .MOST have a "iWiHw," let's have one with reason feout It, for instance. 1st, Tax the kennel. 2nd. Tax the female. 3rd. Tux the second dog. good 4th. Hut by all menus, put price on the "Sheep-killer.- " HAN W. lriday S M. Bullock, FOR D of Mt. Vernon, was in this section on business LiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB i "Hii VaiiiiiiiiiB THIRD Apportions, Following the lfJL'O census, It will be necexvary o the State in to Representative, Senatorial aad Congressional dlsrlcls. The Kastern sections of the State have rapidly In creased in population, as well as In wealth in recent years, until the pres ent apportionment is out of all pro JOHN F. Pica portion. Every section of the State is entiFOIC SKKVICK, NOT SAkUlY. tled to exact Justice and no more and the patriotism of this 20th century I hereby fliiiiuiitico myself an a will not sanction an apportionment y for lti')resiMitntUe lit the innkes ONK man in one section t, that from the Slth comiioicd of the counties of equal to K1VK In another. l.nurel mid ltiickcaMtlp, subject to the Fourth Education. will of the Itepiilillciiu party at the Kvery child In the "Old Kentucky jirliiinry election on August 0, 1021, Home" deserves Just as good nil opnrnl In doing ho 1 think It proper to portunity ax any i other child, outline, hrlelly, the U'RUlntlon I would In the world. fuwir, Hhonlil I be nominated and If not already supplied, the followyour representative, chief eletted ns ing is our educational need: of which nre: A good school house in every disFirst Various Amendments to Our trict. e Laws. A good teacher in every school. r; CuTtiiiinii'iii"" of"' tlie arbitrary Good books la the hands of every power of the State Tax Couimluslou. child, nnd every child in school. Simplify --'. the ne.vsment and A good State Superintendent iniike shorter the time of assessment, A good County Superintendent In miiltInIoii and rollectlon. every county. :t. Consolidate Stute, County, City And last but not least, good pay nnd District Assessment, and have for every teacher. County Clerks make all tax books. FlUbGoo Roads. I. Avoid double taxation by deWith proper economy and business ducting from the value of nil real esforesight, we should build and maintate the amount of nil unpaid purchase good roads and" highways in every money liens or mortgnKcs of record, tain section of the State, at the earliest held iiKnlimt It. date possible. fi. Mnke Hank Deposits pay, at While It may be right to levy a good least, the full 40 cents per hundred portion of the expense of road buildStale tax, and If Constitutional, let ing upon the automobilistfl, why not UiIk uddltloual tax ko to the Htate upon almost untaxed levy 80MB ltoml Fund. wealth Bank Deposits? Serond Repeal Our Present Dog Li"Sixth. cense Law. J. This law Is not what Is claimed The Nineteenth Amendment having for It, n "Protection to Lite Stock." clothed the women with the elective 'J his law makes It to one's mlvantiiKC franchise, wise and Judicious legislato not know whose dog killed or In- tion may be necessary to further and jured stock. It therefore protects the more fully define their status us citi"Sheep-killer- " zens. and not the sheep. 2. It taxes the Innocent dog as well Seventh. as the guilty. Law Is supposed to Such legislation as may be necessary protect the Innocent and punish the to mnke the Eighteenth Amendment Kullty. effective nnd control the manufacture, II. The same principle applied to sale and use of Intoxicating liquors. thieves nnd robbers, would tux nil JOHN F. riGG. tv Ken-imkiIIh-trknry-whe- re Assessment-niui'Sicvvmtt- AJttL, 'v Ax AIRS WB -- S F.BOWMAN. John and Henry Poyn- tor have purchased tho tract of laird known as the John Kirby Mrs. E. L. Cockrell and son, place, from the Kirby heirs. ConBrown, of Richmond, are visit. sideration $1,950.00. Wo sure ing relatives ami friends in Livtire havingan optdemic ot measles ingston this week. Jlenry in this section. Died on tho 2lst living near here, was taken an infant child of Eugene Hays, to London hospital , to have an with measles. Frcddio Smith, three son of Georgo Smith, of Burr, operation performed about weeks ago, has returned homo was buried hero Saturday. Har-le- y well for that Rentier, of Pulaski, was tho 0. K. This speaks institution as ho is over seventy guest of Herbert Bullock Friday night. J. L. Bullock attended years old. Dr. M. Pennington.of Mt. Vernon, was hero Sunday church at Hopewell Sunday. enroute to London. Mr. and There was prayer service at Blue Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Rowe were in Ml Clyde Capps, oJ the Freedom Vernon Saturday. Milton Dea. section, spent Sunday with Mr. ton, who lives on bkeggs Cieelt, was hero Sunday enroute home and Mrs. R. H. McKinney. n Dewey Graves, who has been from London hospital. Mr. working at Mt. Vernon, was is in. vqrypj)orJiealth!---A called home on account of the horse fell on one of 0. C. Croillness of his brother and sisters, little boys on Sana JHill with measles. Miss Roberta mer's and hurt him very badly. Mrs. Kirby, of the Level Green sec-tion, visited her grandmother. Jane Kirby, of the Sand Hill Mrs. oarah Kirby Sunday. Mr. section is very sick at this writand Mrs. Cossie Bullock visited ing. Mr. and ,Mrs. J. W. s her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. have returned from PittsMcCIure. Irvin Bullock has been sick, but we are glad to say is burg after a few days visit with W ye:.'-4ar.au- a uaum rnswr wtrsrwriAz Ilel-lard, Livingston Jarvis have moved to High St., and gone to housekeeping. Littlo Misses Mable and Allecn Baker and Alma Piko wont to Mt. Vernon Saturday to visit relatives. G S. Griffin, of Mt. Vernou, was hero Saturday between trains. Georgo Smith, of Richmond, was W. M. Odell here Satuiday. was in Cincinnati Saturday getting his eyes tested and glasses fitted. Rev. A.J. Pike, of Brodhead, was on Monday's train enroute to Harlan, Ky,, to .visit his brothers Richard and Jacob and to hear the Winnes trial which is attracting a great deal of attention all over the State. Miss Bessie Mulllns is vlsitjngrela-tive- s at Brush Creek. Dr. R. G. Webb was in London between trains Monday. Attys. J. W. Brown, C. 0 Williams and Judge L. W. Bethurum, of Mt. Vernon, were hero Friday taking depositions. Judge Cam Mulllns, of Mt. Vernon, was hero between tfafasSumlAyT-i-?fliavEtlral-ffa- Doa-to- 1 Hig-gin- TdThc REPUBLICANS Of ? Rockcastle County. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOTH WOMEN AND MEN I take this method of announcing myself as a candidate for Magistrate of the 4 th. Magisterial District of this County, composed of Crooked Creek, Red Hill and tht two Livingston voting precincts, subject to the action of the Republican party; August G th, 1921. I have always been a Republican, born and reared in Rockcastle County and have never before sought any office. If elected, I promise to make on honest, sober officer, and exert all of my power to see that our laws are strictly enforced. Expecting to see all the voters in the 4 th. District between now and August the 6th. and soliciting your support, f am, Yours respectfully, DILLARD COTTON. Having been urged by a number of my friends from all parts of the county to make the race for County Judge, I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for that office subject to the willjof the Republican party, at the next August Primtry Election. As your public servant for the past eleven years, I have done my very best, and I will leave it to your judgement, whether or not I have been faithful to the trust you have imposed in me. If I have not I do not desire your support. I enter this race and solicit your support upon my record as one of your public officials. There ore evils existing in this county which if not checked will sooner; or Inter destroy the very foundations of our peace and happiness. I shall take a firm stand against these things, not only in word, but by act and deed. There should be no such thing as compromise with crime. Suffrage has been granted to women as a great weapon. I most earnestly solicit their support ; and I promise that if nominated and elected to give them the full protection vouched safe to them by the law. I am for public improvements so far as our means will permit, always remembering that we are a poor people and that taxation, though it be for a good purpose, can become a burden. Good sound judgement must be used in spending the people's money. I promise a reform in the system of handling the finances of the county. I will give you my methods later. I promise to treat all candidates for whatever office they, aspire with due courtesy. I shall refrain from dirty politics. S: X2ZXZ promptness and act of Service anneals to vou Buy your Groceries irom A. Oliver and Clarence Mrs. Jesse Vernon botweou trains last Fri- Shaffer are in Knoxville this week day on business. Mrs Baikr is buying goods. Mrs. Jack Collins Wallen was in Mt. Una. T. Brodhead Brod-hea- IF e Any kind word spoken by any one in my behalf will be greatly appreciated. Thanking you for the faith and confidence manifested in past elections, I beg to remain, Your friend, ANDERSON & STANDLEY Livingston, Ky." B TVl 1 liure from Laurel county to visit her son, Grant and family. Mrs. J. S. Tatuin and Mrs Wttdo Perkins were hero from Grab OrProf. Fred chard Monday. Smith, was hero from Lobanon Saturday night with the d Band. We have a band that any town should feol proud of. The tnessago was received Monday from Mew Mexico, of the death of Henry Hysingor. Mr. and Mrs. Hyslnger left here soma few months ago for the West in hopes that Mr. Hyslnger's health might be regained, but ho continued to grow worse until on Ruuday, Jan, 23rd, when the end came. His remains wero brought back and laid to rest in the Oak Hill cemetery. We extend our sympathy to Mrs. Hy singer and othor relatives. A. M. Hiatc was a Mt. Vornon Friday of last week.- - Willie Cass is reported a very sick boy. Henry Anderson had a sale Wednesday and is leaving for Harlan county where he has a good position. We very much to loso Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, but wish them much success in their new location Llttlt Miss Christine Frith entertained her little friends last Friday afternoon in honor of her tlfth birthday. All the little ones report a big time and are wishing her sixth birthday to roll around real soon, Miss Effie Ware returned to her home at re-gr- ot of Crab Orchard, visited her sisS. F. BOWMAN. ter, Mrs. J. T. Lawrence, Monday and Tuesday and also to have dental work done. Shu was accompanied by hot niece, Little e Miss Bessie Sowder. W. A. purchased a house and lot in Henry Addition from Ben Blan ton, price unknown. Mr. and Mrs. Worley Holly, of Cincin nati, are sporJing the week with I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson, for the office of County Court Clerk; subject to the uction of the Miss Bessie Shivel is numbered Republican party, at the next Primary Election, August the Gth, 1921. with the sick. Miss Clyde Wat. son was down from Mt. Vornon Dear People : I have no picture to put in the paper for you to from Friday until Sunday with see once a week, but 1 hope to see eacli and every one of you before her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. the Gth. day of August, then you can be the judge of your own feelWatson Rev. Rogors, of Louising toward me. ville, who has been called as pas tor of the Christian Church at I am sure I can do the work in this office, and will do it in a thin place, filled his first appointnice clean way, if you will only give me the chance. ment Saturday evening, Sunday Thanking you in advance for all favors shown me, I remain morning and evoning. Ho was welcomed by a largo audience Respectfully, and delivered three line sermons. coHe very heartily solicits the Mrs. LEILA MAY COOPER operation of all tbo church mom-ber- s and extends an invitation to everyone to attond each and bo found in round in range of every sermon throughout the this porch. The first program NOTICE. year. Bob Cass, Byron Torrlll of tho Lycoum course will bo All persons having claims and Johnny Sowder were in Mt. given at the school building next against tho estate of R.G.Murray. Vernou this week. John Ballin-ge- Saturday evening, Jan. 29 by a decoased, are required to provo of Disputants, is with his delightful company of young tho same, as required under the daughter, Mrs. Geo. Childress. ladies, known as tho Mario Hesson Dr. George Payne was hero company. These young ladies ure Statutes, and file tbo same with first of thi week doing dental full of charm and vivueity and G S.GrifSn, Master Commissioner work. Tho two largo display present their work with excellent of tiio Rockcastle Circuit Court, windows of A. E Albright's store finish and exactness. A ruro evo on the 5th day of Fobruary, was broken and other Jdamago nining for all. Secure your season 1921, at tho law office of C. 0. May wood, Monday, after a pleas-au- t done some few days ago when ticket and enjoy ovorv program Williams, in Mt. Vernon, Kenvisit with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. the 'torch collapsed. It was tho and keep in tune with tho best tucky. This Jan. 24th l(hi. Master Joe lvoberts, work of provldonce that no one' of life. Mr. uud Mrs K. J. MoVanhook. T. J. Niceloy, Clerk little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. was killed, for at most any hour jKinnoy wore in Mt. Vornon Rockcastle Circuit Court Roberts, is very sick with scarll- - during fbo day some one could Ty-re- i TfftfW!Tyr--T"-T--Ty- T 8 To The Voters of Rockcastle County Both Men and Women LEVEL GREEN r, - 14-3- 1 Most of the farmers have marketed their tobacco and aro not at all rejoicing over the proceeds. There are several cases of measles near here, none serious. Arthur Hurst and family moved back to thoir little home here and wo aro glad thoy are again ono of our number Mrs. W. E. Hasty has been very sick, but is imGofer Lawrence proving now. his farm to A. E3. Hamphas sold ton and will havo a sale of his personal property tho 5th of February. He will move to Sapulpa, Okla. Wade H. Mul- hnsand family havo moved to "Red" Mulllns' farm here. Frank Jones, of Livingston, was hero first of tho week on busi ness. Henry F. Todd was very sick last week with lagrippo and tonsllitis. Miss Lula Hurst is visitlne her sister, Mrs. Georgo Lawronee, near Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson and son, Leo, "were with relatives part of last week. Dr. hero Carpenter, of Stanford, was here last Tuesday in consultation with Dr. G. B. Lawrence to s the llttlo Konof Joe Cummins who has been seriously ill with St. Vitas dance. Mrs. M. 13. Price and daughters, Gladys and Joyce, spont Friday with Mrs. J. L. Thompson. I. M. liroyles was uplfrom Plato Sunday. Alvin, the throo year old son of Mr, Ocala. I and Mrs. R. L. Hasty, diod tt , li day of this month of .diphtheria. Ho ws a bright child and we cant imagine how much they feel that their loss is, but God said "sudor little children to come unto mo, for or such is the kingdom of heaVen"7'rgut;s"ir mo Hopewell and Livingston corro spondents think our novvs comes np rathor slow, but we have been sick 'and have been nnablo to get very much of tho doings. We will promise to give you a letter as often as we can from your old home. the cold weather und muddy roads, a few of God's children are trying to keep tho Sunday school going through this month at Frienpship, heretofore as soon as the cold days caino, we lot tho S. S. die out, but not tho caso this timo. You can see Undo Jouiis Pitman, one of the oldest men in the county at lib post each Sunday. Oh! if mora had the dotor- mlnatlon mat no ims wo en- joyed the llettor immonsoiy that was in last weeks Signal by Everett Reynolds. If only inoio boys and girts or oven men and women would talcu hold and their lands, what a greater Rockcastlo it would finally bo. Mr. Joe Miucuiu and Miss Denny were married last week at tho homo of tho bride Rev. James Cummins officiating. Squiro Thompson, of Clarence, spent iunb wci'K vim icuuivua hero. Mrs. 0. J. Mulllns and Je&io, spent llttlo daughter, Tuesday with lur mother at I iiu-pro- Kath-orin- e has returned from Cincinnati after a few days visit with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. jWlllie Oro-mwill go to housekeeping on Sand Hill. Mrs. Cecil Reynolds, of Corbin, visited relatives hero last week. Miss jRuth Burton is visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Burton, this wook. Henry Oneil of Ccdarville, was in our town Monday SwannioPrlce was'ln London Saturday on businoss. Well, wo are looking for one of tho biggest times in our lives between now and the Republican primary With candidates offering for office all oOer the county. Ofcour.so. we democrats aro not in it, but wo can stand on the grand stand and see the procession go by. From the way it looks to us there aro going to be two or three for leach office and it will not be long until business picks up. The vote of tho women has to be reckonod with this time and wo will wagor a ginger cako that there is going to be some fun- .- Livingston is enjoying a Period of quietude at present. Don't know whether it is on ac count of fearing tho marshall or it may bo that the supply of white lightning or monkey juice has run low or it may bo that the buullcggorsrhavo gone to profiteering, any way, businoss h it a very low ebb at present. It to look liko tho wcuding will ring in the near future, but at present we will withhold names, bu,t wjU .giyo them at a . more convenient time. K. A. Ward was called to East Bern-staon account of the death of hib brother's wifo. G. T. Jones has been quite sick for a few 'dny5TiXTSTIilleral preFoh t V. C. Owons, section foroman at Fnrision, was in our town Sunday. B. Stidham, of Winchester' was Here Monday. Mr. Stidham was once a citizen of this town nnd engaged in railroad work. Undo Allen Mouuce, who 'has been in very poor health left today, (Tuesday) for Richmond to consult Gibson Drs Mrs. Sam Mulllns is visiting her sister who is in berea attending school. For tho last week wo have had ideal spring weather. Tho sun has been warm but this morning rain, sleet and snow is falling and it looks like Old Man Winter has taken a now lease. We imagine that Mr. Ground Hog was in the notion of venturing forth but if ho bad such ideas, this morning caused him to change his mind, Uncle Joshua Boreiug, of near Mt. Veruon, was hero Tuesday to seo Urban Chewniug and visit old friends. Dauiel Mulllns says he thinks he will offer for re election at the primary for Justico of rbo Peace Hoy.s, it is a long timo to be a clever man and there is a many hand shako between now and tho primary, but you will wunt plenty of timo to seo the dear er be-gi- be-lls dt ."" people. " , Vv fw"" ubUMtfu: MT, ot VERNON at nUrtd t the Mt Vrrnon, Kjr. PotoHc l.Kt.. o- iimvaazaji-T-T . mioiJa'inrrcs. ' hi nnfliini iimny gift trnmiar iiliii wraTaim'M'' 5J r . MOUNT.VEUNON, KY FRIDAY, JAN, ncond-cii- kinv few His A Good Selection Jntl'ic Dot liu ruin, candidate fot ro el ction to tho office of Circuit Judgo las selected tho Hon. Leonard V, Meece, present it of Schools of Pu'a-k- t county, as his campaign maniger and chairman of his district 0111. Judge Bethurum has mlttee. snown good judgment and political wisdom in the selection of a manager for his coming race, as Mr. Meece is one of the shrewd est politicians in tuts judicial disirict, and possessess great power and sitill as an organizer. Mr. Meeco is a clean, high class. sehJary and forceful young man. His ability as an educator is second to none in tho State Under his splendid management, the schools of Pulaski county have grown, until now this county can boast of an educational growth and enthusiasm that is not excelled by any coun-t- y in tho State. In aldition to hi thorough educationa1 qualifi cation, Mr. Meece has the of being a trained executive Mr. Meece will be the new He has no op Superintendent. position for reelection- .- lhe Sup-erinien- Blisters to Relieve Congested Conditions OnHidniotiicrMiTu'Vk'Ikcil to town if ghi? wlilioi) toilo any shopping. Do you wish to rvtiirn to Grandmother', times or take an cllvnlcu' car? This comparison la brought before you for the Blinple purpoe of Illustrating that are why people of iiso MINTOL In preference, to plasters smelly must itslnctmist.-m- t y wall irmtlt-r-. Crutches Away Rheumatism Published every Fridny by K. 11. MlI.I.KK a and Other found a vacant hou.e, (arm and ANNOUNCEMENT deal, rented llie farm Overcome We arc authorized to nnnounci1, all; made a tfubjccl to Uie union of the RuulilSrnu just vacated by Joe Allen which Nothby belongs to Win. Ponder. -- .10 Party at next Auguet Primary, Kelly tells us he is to open a B. J. BKTHtmUM ing Else Ever Helped For Circuit Judge. Siniiine School at Cave IJid'e church, beginning Saturday, Jan. T. ;, HALF. Tor Circuit Court Clerk. Miss Lilliis Kelly is hmc 29 " I had one of the worst cases from Livingston for a few days Of thottiu.itismi a man overbad, CAM MULLINS for County Judge. Voters, Listen What standard hot after six bottles of Tanlac I of officers are we golne, to elect tlm.u. my crutclles away," said T J. NICF.LKY this year? Let's not promise any Thomas Evans, 1U; West Street, For County Court Clerk. candidate until we Ge who all Akron Ohio. WADEH. MVP.SAY throws their hat in the ring, thou Por Jailor. " My feet were so swollen at we can select from tho many that times withrheuraatisnithat Icould will be an honor to old Rockeas. EDUCATED HUN tinted my shoes on,"he continued tie. Dan M. Ponder and faa.ily Tho visited Hon Ponder Saturdry and "ard frequently my kneo became Corbin, Ky. Jan. 21. so swollen 1 cou'd not get icy whole neighborhood nt Woodbino Sunday Mrs. Bert Mullins and clothes on I finally became so three miles from Corbin, on tho childron.visited Jones Durham today Saturday and Sunday. Bennett helpless I could not work L.&.N. railroad, is excited over an egg laid by a hen belong-In- Mullins and Luther Morris were regularly eat or sleep to do any good I took alt kinds of medicines to Mrs. Nettie Faulkner, and in Cave Ridge section Saturday but my tumults stated right with on which appeared the words in quail Shunting. They report script in brownish lotters on the ing four emails Mr. and Mrs me. A stranger saw me on the shell : "Nettie, January 25, 1921" Virgil Mullins were guests of street limping one day and asked The ihuudwrhing has not been Jones Durham Hiturday night me what the trouble was I told him rheumatism and he said was identified as of auv member of and Sunday. Melvih B'irnett in the same fix himself untill he the family nor does it appear to was in Brush Creek section Sun started takir.g Tanlac. come from a lead pencil or ink, day. A now store is Roing up "He seemed so positive that but isplainly visible, worked into near Cave Ridge church Mrs Tanlac would help mo that I an apparently part of the Hard- Rolhe Mullins visited Mesdumes ened shell of the eg". How the Bert Mullins and Melvin Harnett begain taking the medicine. The letters got there is a mystery. last week Wm. Angel moved firt bottle didn't seem to do No exdlanation has yet been to Wm. Harnett's place last week. me any good, but I stuck to it and bottld began to tho second found. Neighbors viewed the egg Sunday School is progressing me out and by the today. Mrs. Faulkner, family and nicely at Cave Ridge. Aunt straiuhten friends are greatly excited over Louise Allen and grandson, Geo. time I had finished the third it. Photographs wcro taken vand Howard, were in Mt. Vernon bottle I was actually back at work again and haven't lust a day since ono offer ?L$25 Jar th?- strange Monday- on business. West " I've taken six bottles now trophy was refused. The egg, French has just moved to White and I feel as well as I ever did in in Woodbine, after being shown Oak Branch to make his future my life. 1 havun.t a sign of will bo brought to Corbin Sat- homo. Mrs. Ben Ponder and rheumatism about me and fetl urday and exhibited at a local children were uoms of Mrs. drug store. Part of the egg was Melvin Baruett Wednesday. Joe so strong and well that I am able soft, but tho letters appear, it is Hampton is in Brodhead this to do as much work as I ever did said, on the hardshell part. It was weok.Walter Morris went to in my life. Mj stomach i also in not broken, is of normal size, and Robinson Sunday to work on the perfect condition and I can eat anything I want without bad was takon from the nest by Mrs. railroad. J. D. Shepherd is aftereffects. Faulkner herself, .who was first building a chimney for B. J. "I really feel like a brand-neto discover the inscription. Ponder. Lloyd Jennings, of Liv man, and I hope some day to Louisville Herald Jan. 21. ingston, spent Friday night The above article is vouched with Virgil Mullins. Mrs. Kizzio meet that stranger who advised for by Mrs Zelma Monhollan, of Hampton and children, attenned ine to take Tanlac so I can thank Woodbine, in a lottor written to the Holliness meeting on Trace him for the advico he gave me. her mother, Mrs. Mahala Jones Branch Saturday night.- - Walk Tanlac is sold in Mt Vernon by Uhas. C. Davis; in Brodhead Kindred and John Clark traded by the Brodhead Pharmacy, and mules Monday. Uermon Helton jn Livingston by It G, Webb; in Burr by W. Al. 0ens is in Harlan this week. Troubles Him. Tanlac ! ard creams. For colds in thcliuvl, catarrh, grip, bronchitis or pneumonia simply apply a but, wet towel to the throat and lungs for five minutes then apply MINTOL rubbing thoroughly In for Are minutes and cover the parts with n hot, dry flan nel, so arrangeilnsto nllow tn vapors nrisinir from tho MtNTOL to be In haled. This treatment will be found us much nn Improvement over the mustard blisters and cretins as tho eleratcd is over walking. NOTICE : MINTOL s the latest scien title discovery for the treatment of all congested conditions such as occur In Spanish Influenza, Grip, pneumonia and Bronehlal infections. It kills the Influenza andgrlpgcrm hnd neag as an antiseptic In healing Inflamed throat or nostrils. ,I'or hoarseness, a little of the MINTOL applied to the back of the tongue will give instant relief, 35c, 60c and l 25 11 Jar If your druggie can not supply you we will send you a jar on receipt of price. The Home Relief laboratories, Boston, Mass. It Is dis pensed by Pioneer Drug btore Mt. Vernon Kentucky of it's good roads and rich homes rolling pairies our tnin d wanders to scenes of our earlier das where the rocks and hillls look rough and rugged to many people but to mo they are not onlv beautiful but show ttie handwork or the great Creator who had created only the beautiful and good. Now this does not mean that we are homesick but that we haven't forgelten borne and friends. We are always glad to got the Signal. It's like getting a letter from borne. It is perused by each member of the family and it's tho one who gets it first that gats to read it first but that one is not allowed to tell what he reads or read aloud as ever one wants to have the pleasure of reading tle news himself or herself. We read the home news first, then begin to lo6k for the letters. Level Green comus first naturally as it is the place whore so many pleasant memories of our home and school days linger Ot course mere are sad recollections too. as in all our lives, for, as the poet said. "There was never a life so happy but has had iis time of Wish the correspmttent tears. from Level Green would send a letter each week. We read all the letters. We're glad to hear from Livinsgton we don't know so many peo pie there now, but attended ono ory pleasant term of school there a few years ago under the tutorship of Prof. Dickerson whose death we hated so much to read of recently. I think the cor espondents from Hopewell and Withers are old school mates of mine. I wish some ono at Wabd and Maretburg would write erery n THOS. H. INCE'S "CIVILIZATION SCENE FROM "" rMJ X3J 1 , l Common wealth. To the Republicans of the 28th Judicial District of Kentucky: Yet with all nice and - - GAULEY Parker filled Rev. D. hi regu- lar appointment at Mershons, Laurel County Saturday and Sun. . H. Morris, (Dick), and Arthur Morris have moved to Pino Hill for the work of tho Dixit Boone Highway and Lloyd Mullins has moved to the house vacated by Dick Morris. Tho series of meetings at Pleasant Run Church is being carried ou by the pastor, Rev. Hu&h L. Pon der. May Ponder and family left Sunday, Jan., 23 for Illinois to stay luntil fall. He rentea his farm to Sam Sams, jr.-T- he talk of this part is strong against the moving of the county bridgo leading to Livingston or how much more of the grade down tho river has slipped into Rockcastle River. John Halcomb, of JEast Bernstadt, was in this part last week looking for a'location, so he day.--W- INCOME TAX RETURNS MUST BE FILED BETWKKN JAN. AND MARCH i5 1921 1 All single person", or murrird persons not living with wife or husband, whn.e net income for tho year i920 was 1000 or more, and marrkd per.sons living with wife or husband December JJist, 1D20 whose net income was S2OCO or more must f'lo an incomo tax return. To assist tax pavers u deputy collector of Internal Revo- nue will be at the following places on the dates mentioned below. THIS SERVICE IS WITH. OUT COST TO Tl'JE TAX- PAYER. Locate your town on this list; carefully note tho dae; be there with papers and records, and the deputy will assist you in making your return. Failnro to LAST NOTICE I have been chosen as campaign manager for Judge B. J. Bethurum in his race for RepubCircuit for lican noniinitticR) Judgo o' thk judicial district. I accept this honor because 1 believe in so doing I am only availing ravself ot an opportunity to be ot real service to the people of the district. There is no office in this district that is of greater importance than the high office of Circuit Judge, and the people should use the most diligent care in selecting the officer who is to fi'l this important post. In Judge B J Btthurum we bave a man who has been tried and found entirely satisfactory from every standpoint. First of all he is a Christian gentleman and a champion of the right. He stands for law and order and is fearless in the discharge of his duty. He is an able lawyer and see deputy collector or to receive a just and impartial judge. blanks will not relieve you of penJudge Bethurum is a true and alty for failue to make return. loyal Republican and never strays ELW00D HAMILTON, Col from the 'fold. He believes in lector, party loyalty and party regularity Covington Div. Office open daily and in the races between the par- Danville- - bub. Office open daily tie, he is always fom d in the thickest of the fight, yet as an Hazatd- - Feb- ,8' 1J officer in the discharge of his Irvine Feb. i5- 16 17 duty he knows no man's politics Jackson Feb. 28- - Mar. 1 or his religion. Jenkins- - Feb. 15- - 16 qualities of These sterling Lancaster-Fe28 ?4 Judge Bethurum haue endeared Lebanon Feb. zl- - 23- - 24 him to the hearts of the people Lebanon Jet. Feb. 24 and assures h m of Lexington Div Office open daily of his district re endorsement by the RepubliLouisville Collectors Ofllce cans. Pinveille Feb. L4 L's I enter upon tho discharge of Richmond Feb. 28 Mar. - 2 my duties, confidently feeling Somerset- - Fob 28, 24. 25 26 that Judge Bothnrum will be Mt. Vernon Fob. 25 nominated by an overwhelming Stanford Feb. 2G 28 March majority at the coming August 1 234 5 Winchester Feb Primary. And I earnestly ap peal to all who believes in strict enforcement of law from a just and impartial standpoint to sup. port him. 18-1- 9 1- Thos. H. Inee's $1,000,000 Masterpiece Is an allegorical picture of the late war, and is one of three pictures that ever was shown for $2.00 admission, "CIVILIZATION", "BIRTH of a NATION," and "INTOLERANCE". "Civilization" shows how the German sub- marine boats sank the Lucitania, and shows the drowning of J ,000 people. Also shows the cause and f inibh of the late war, the demobilization of the German Army, Great Naval & Submarine Battles; also Aerial Battles It also shows the figure of Jesus Christ on the screen who shows to the German Emperor what War has done to Civilization and humanity. Greater than the "Birth of a Nation" N.Y Evening Post. The Greatest Picture ever shown on the screen N.Y, Sun. The Whole Picture WEDNFSDAY THURSDAY Admission 20C Boone Way Theatre MT. "Hd Cil & $ CD. 1 KY. ft D 30C Wl"' Tax Included week 1 exepect this long letter of not much importance will find a resting place in the waste basket. If not I may write again 1 aH) r. Very truly yours. Mrs. J. L. Livesay. I L. 12. MEECE. Dollars $$$ m If I Bii-'tAUit.:''' FLOUR LARD OEX f BY 11 Moner b.ek without quc.tlon If HUNT'S S.lv. fall. In th treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. RINOWORM, TBTTER or tVla othtr 79Itchlnir box at dltc.it. our l Ilk. Try ctnt Adver- You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. SOLD Pioneer Drug Store Jan. 23,1921. Randolph, ill Editor: tise your ewrrNTTTy i i isrr Dear A habit is about spico It yow will allow me a' little in the dear old home paper Did you raise yours? not you had better see AT ROCKCASTLE HOTEL BILLY RIDER Prices Right Have no more this year at this price j would liko to send a few lines. It has been about fourteen months since we left the beautiful hills of dear old Kentucky and came to this stito to livo. We live in McLean Co.. said to bo the best ojunty in tho state It is almost a lave! paitio divided into well kept farms with modern homes, good schools and churches. Tho soil is black and fertile, Grains of all kinds grow well, also fruits but Very little attention is giveu to the latter except berries of various kinds. We all like this country very well. Wo have good roads und j traveling is dmio with m ucli more ease and comfort thau it is thero but we haven't reached the "honey pond" yet. It's farthor on. 1 wants in ;: ; from spending money for trifles 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. all you get Th Peoples Bank INCOM'ORATKU Capital and Surplus J30, OOO.OO ii SIGNAL 1 VI U. G. BaVcr, lVwitlent Floyd Miller, Cashier omi dron Ory FLETCHER'S CAS 5TORIA FOR CASTORIA . Children Orv FLETCHER'S FOR $ ;. j hi ntjMm J """M iiiiii SIGNAL Lucky Mt.Vkunon, Ky, Jun. j8, 1921 lOUKVIllt 4 mtHVIl.lt R, R. CO. MT. VEIINON i?il vlf-- J mm TIMF, TABLE. Strike cigarette Its toasted Jhisjfmtiti V&t4rZ Sam McMullins, of Corbin.was in town Saturday. Meshack Gentry :2 uortti 24 6.09 8:27 .12:17 12:22 pm am p tn north 28 south .. 1 3outh ' am Jas. Landrom, Agent. Phone No. 8. PERSONALS B. B. Begley, of London, was in Mt. Vernon this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hopkins nro visiting in Livingston Casper Levisay, son of W. H. Levisay, has typhoid fever Miss Mary Mullins has Leon on ttie sick list this week. Prof. A E McGuiro was called to Ashland last night on account of the illness of his futhor. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Childress, of Ravontia, are guests of friends and rolativesiu tho countv. Russell Proctor,of Winchester, cunio in Tuesday to attend the fuueraljof his uncle, Robert Ping. Several of the young folks had n very enjoyable sleigh ride Wed ntsday night as the guest of L. D. Bryant. the oxpett operator of the Interior Journal, otnoford, was hero Thursday. John Lair has purchased the restaurant of Joo McKonzie and says ho is going to tun a first Bon-Jetinln- lyno-tvp- o class place. The Mario Hesson Co. will appear at the High School Monday night as the 1st number of the Jggs Lyceum Course. J. W. Baker Jr., and Sr., Alf Pike, Jess Pike and Cbas Mullins and others were up from Livingston yesterday. DrA. G. Lovoll accompanied .Miss Berifor and mother to Monday. ' Tho doctor returned the same day. Miss Nurine Burnett will arrive Saturday night and will her duties as teacher in the high school Monday. D.G. Clark, of the Orlando section, returned Tuesday from Johnson City, Tenn., where he bad been to take his son to the U. S. Hospital. Mr. Clarence Cradye, qf Boston, Ky., has been visiting with TJev. and Mrs. H. N. Burnett this week. Mr. Cradyo is a brother of Mrs. Burnette. Hal Whitehead, of Tampa, Fla. is visiting Iriends and relatives in Mt. Vernon, this week. This is Mr. Whitehead's first visit to Mt. Vernon m uoout twelve year. Jno. D. Miller was pretty well bunged up Saturday night at Brumfield by""b"0ing tnfffWfrfrbm his scat in the caboose on account of the sudden stop of his train. Ho is getting along O. K. Mrs. Cleo Brown and mother, Win-Chest- is at home this week from Hatlan. K. J. McKinney and wife were up from Urodhead Satgrday. Mrs. Elmer Hopkins, of Corbin, is visiting relatives and friends Griffin. here this week. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Owight Bowman, who has been REMEDY. in the hospital in Louisville for This is a pleasant, safe and rethe lost week is able to be borne linhln mndin.ine for couchs and this week. colds. It has heon in use for manv years aud is held in high esteem in those households where its good qualities are best known. It is a fnvoritn with mothers of J. W. Baker Jr., was awarded young children, as it contains no drugs. $t4oo as damage for tho Dixie opium or other harmful need of Trv it when vou have Highway -- nrKii rftrftdp. See Pish for Syracuse Plow Miss Rena Sowder entertained repairs. a number of her friends with a Fred Smith, son of Geo. Smith. candy party Thursday evening. of Burr, died Thursday of last Those present wero: Misses Ella week. He was only sick one Mae and ;Lena Sowder, Amanda and Leila Davis, Julia Payne, day. Martha and Elizabeth French, Your dollar will do its full Lena Vanhook, Mabollo Kinley, duty and then some at Fish's Naomi Owens. Messrs. Lonzo Final Reduction Sale. French, John and Cecil Sowder, Cecil Ramsey had a very pain- Fred and Robt. Cloutz, Roy ful but not serious accident last Owens, Henry Pajne. Jop Bussell. Wednesday while out sleigh rid ing. His sled got away from him and he was thrown into the fence, breaking his nose. - SUPERVISORS FOR lOat. Tho following supervisors for Rockcastle County, for tho year 1921, were appointed nt the regular County Court, held the i7th day of Jan. 192 1. G. V. Owens, Mt. Vernon, Ky. J. B. Noo, Bromo, Ky. W. T French, Wildio, Ky. R L. Smith, Hiatt, Ky. A. C. Carpenter, Livingston, Ky. Regular meeting, second Monday in March. Cam Mullins, J.R.C.C.; Mr. and Mrs. A B. Sparks andMr. and Mrs. H. N. Burnette delightfully entertained at tho homo of Mrs. Sparks in honor of Mr. Clarence Cradye, brother of Mrs. Burnette. Those present were: Misses Anna Baugh, Virginia and Sydney Crawford, Hlatt. "Ruth Mullins. Clyde Watson, Myrtle Bryant, Annette Cox, Jo Davis and Ada Brown. Mesdames M. P. Fenzel, D. C Craig R. A. Sparks, W. G. Mc Bee. Messrs. A. E. McGuire, D. 0. Craig, Lntjan Bryant. Rich ard and Herbert Cox. John I nir. Dr. J. D. Hendorson aud Ralph rrrrmk igr rT mv Mm ' mmmmmmm tm f rWm1 Ta-bit- ha Copyright 1920 Hart Schafmcr & Marx LOCAL right-of-wa- ; We want you to to buy here with If feel sure about us and our goods ; complete confidence in every trans- t- ..., bychatKe-you-feel-yot- didnVgel y our"-'- " "" ? moneys worth, it's our mistake; we'lj make it right Final Reduction Sale ,.- 16799 DIED COLD MEDAL er S. Coffey, of Wildle section, underwent a serious operation at the Pennington In firmary at London thin week. She is reported to be getting on Mrs. H. fine. O' Bryan's -- e ney trouble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking in New York City alone from kid- - Hart Scjiaf f ner & Marx A&ND FISH'S SF'ECIAL $25. $50. $45. $40. 1565. .r. Suits and Overcoats $30. $60. $55. 'Best Grade at Fish's. The stock pens offered for sale Monday, the 17th, was bid in by Tta world's standard remedy for kldnajr. and uric acid troubles. J. W. Rider, subject to the ap- Uvar, bladder Holland's national remedy Elnce 1696. proval of the stock holders. This All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed. for the nun Cold Madal on Tr Ux salo has been approved and we lack aad accept do tmiUt'ea are informed that that the stock We were all very much shocked sales will be carried on as usual Monday af tornoon when word was on regular County Court day. received that Robort Ping had died. Bob had only been sick The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor Societies will give a two weeks .with typhoid fever. pageant, entitled, "FOUR DE He leaves two children, one CADES OF CHRISTIAN 'EN brother, Jack Ping, of Montana, DEAVOR" in Langdon Chapel and one sister, Mrs. Tom Proctor Thursday evening. February 8, of this placo as well as many at seven thirty o'clock. All cor- friends to mourn his loss. Bob had been foreman for W. J. dially invited to attend. Sparks Co., for a number of years ROCKCASTLE REPUBLICANS and was one of our best citizen? Both Ladles and Gentlemen LOST: One dog, half hound, desire to announce myself as a black and white spots, ring I candidate, for the second time, for around neck. $5 reward it "to, veryttifaiirCiHJrtCICrk, havingbeen Earl Turner, Mrs. Mar7WHTiaT5s7aTteTa Pine Hill, Ky. Wil defeated six years ago by Mr. T. J. pleasant visit to Mr. M. C. P. lianis of Somerset, and Mr. K. j. Niceley subject to your will and Primary Election, AugHenry Hysinger, of the Hiatt Williams, of Covington, returned pleasure. section, who went to New Mexico Tuesday evening. They report ust Gth, 1921. Your friend, some time ago on account of his Mr. R. G. Williams' son, Richard, health, died Jan. 23. His re (BILL) DAVIS. W. f. very ill with scarlet fever. mains will be brought back to his home for burial. We regret to lose such men as Mr. Hysiuger as ho was one of our most re spected citizens. --I3-3- $35. SUITS & OVERCOATS SUITS & OVERCOATS SUITS & OVERCOATS $1 8.75 If we $28.75 3775 told you the loss we are taking on these fine clothes you'd think we were exaggerating. All we're going to say is "look at 'em;" judge for yourself; if after you buy you think you didn't get the biggest value in town money back Special k Fish's rWCAR Clothes MensandBoys Outfitter rcmaTan mjh:i--i.i;- i feVERNONjf- - s The Right Direction THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES CONSTIPATION. Constipation of tho bowels is a stoppage of the sewage system that removes waste matter from tho body It is as necessary that your bowels move regularly onco each day, to carr off this waste, as it is that tho waste pipes of your homo be kept open and carry off the waste trom the houso. If you would enjoy good health, keep your bowels regular by taking Chamberlain's Tablets when need-o- If you arc going anywhere, the natural thing to do is to travel in the direction of the place you desire to reach. The speed you make merely regulates the time of your arrival if you are headed right. WANTED: Stock hogs. Any one having same call or write W. T. Hicks i4-3- Subscribe for the Signal ' t Wildio, Ky. It is not the amount of mOney you save, but the fact fact that you have begun to save, that Invests the act wljh a certain moral influence which, properly encouraged, becomes stronger and stronger all the time. That's why we urge yon ta open an account with us and 'get started ou the right road, where ttie going la easy. Start an account today and watoh , it grow. PINK- SIGNedrre-Signe- d THE BANK of MT. VERNON f STUDIO MT VERNON, KY. T. J. Niceley, President. W. L.'JRlchards, Cashier, Thoro will bo a Father and Son Banquet hero on tho night of Feb. 1 8th. The plans are not all complete but tho idea is to get tho fathers and sons in closer touch with each other No man will bo there who does not bring his son or some other man's son. No boy will be thero unless he brings his father or somt other man. Wo hope to have tho program and more par Kov. H. N. Burnotte and wifo ticulars next week. wore very agreeably surprised Thursday evening with a shower -given by the members of Chris tian Church. b. W. BETHURIM ATTOKNEY AT LAW FOK SALE. MT.VKUNON, KY. Fat hogs, weight 25 to 25O lbs. Will practice In all the courts. Office on V rchStmt Seo or write Jack Hysinger, Mt. 11 tf Vernon, Ky. fc$acaeacapoc d. telegram is The following explantory in Itsolf, We certainly hope this bill will go tl rough as Kentucky will get her slmro and, Rockcastlo will not be forgotten. Washington D. C Jan. sS. Mt. Vernon Signal. Mt. Vernon. roads Our committeo ou reported bill for one hundred million dollars fur this comming year. Feel suro it will pass this session. , READ SIGNAL Farm Wanted Wanted to hear from owner of farm or good land for sale worth tho piico asked, lv. Jones, Box 551, Olnoy, Illinois. 14 H P. Auto-ma- n Engiuo Saw Mill; Tractor cheap if taken at onco, or will take stock ou the Mt. Vernon read. Wm.and N.T. Guttnan. R 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. '4 3l FOR SALE J. M Kobsion. 3(OfpCfX CASTOR I A For Infants and Children C.C.WILLIAMS Httornayat-Law MtVcruon, Ky Will puctlce lu nil the Courti, ud Federal. Office on Church HtreeU 1 In Use For 0 vcr 3 0 Years . A.w.ya.V -- V Slguaiuic Slit T ... i- - f f . rmmmmmmmmm&mm QUAIL M lUi-iui- Children Cry for Flefe S"s ' - mo i ' uliuus litis ro sch j1 at Mt, Vcr. You Can't BURR NEWS On thursday Jan. aotli tho death anel visited thf home of Mr. and Mrs George Smith and tioltfrom tliem thior lnlm son Fred, he was such ivlcving, please ing ohlld ho was ixtccn p tirs old wo must say that sparks Quarry has lost one of its best bo , he paves a mother, J father, eight two sitters to in others and mourn his loss Wo extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones after short service his remains were taken to Blue hpnngs und laid to rest - Mr and Mts. Bob rp mvaal PaawMaawWVKaaV "Mail Mt PE-RU-N- Well Md Strong" IP- - was buried thu irritable, worn out or following day. Miss Minnie and pale, to make a Owens of Mt. Vernon is with strong, robust, viuorous healthy hor sister Mrs. Margaret Isaiics body, as thoy are to make corn, near this place Shirley Carmi- - wheat or any vegetable plant cal of this place spent Sunday grow strong lie and neaimy. with ins cousin Bill Carraical at lack of phosphates is the cause of r Mt. Vernon. Mrs V. M. all anemic conditions and the nd of this place is with hor dau- ministration of 5 grain Argo ghter Mrs. Joe Cummins who is Phosphate Tablets will increase soriousily ill with measles at Har- the strength and endurance 5OO lan. Misses Vina and Margaret per cent In a few weeks lime in Kirby spent Saturday and Sunday many instances. It is dispensed with Misses Verna and Edith by the Pioneer Drug Store Mt. Cummins. Clara Carmical and Vernon, Kentucky. children spent Sunday with Mrs. John W. Kirby. Master Shor-maSoxton spent Surday night WORTH CONSIDERING with his grandmother Mrs. Hud The question is not so much Sexton. Tile death angel visited how you sontracted a cold, but the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Bon of it with the least Piice January 25th. and claimed how to get rid loss of time and inconvenience. If for its victim Rotlia the eleven year o!d daughter the parents you will consider the experience have the sympliany of the entire of others under similar circumcommunity in this sad bereave- - stiincos wi( have been most i ment. Mrs. Price and all thoir coldy ucf.essfui in other children are dow.t with the ;) VOI1 will secnrp J. measles Master Orville S- ., n ,,, f f.h.lu,,H..,laiii's Cough spent Saturday night uith Rpm,,dy w,lhou, doJay nnd 11M lt dei his s.ster Mrs. Chailie Shepherd. foJthfuj,y Tn(,re lirP manv fuml. -- Mrs. Charlie Bethurum " Hes who have used this prepara-littl- e daughter, Inez, spent Sun lIo SUCCCMsfllv for ear8 and day afternoon with Mrs John H. lH)U lt ,,,.., c,te.i. R is ex.vi Kiroy. Mrs. Tom is very ent. low with measles. - After several warm Sundajs we are now having another rough spell of weather NOTICE expect pretty but we cannot aii persons naviug ciaim weather all the time. Mr. Henry agajnst the estate of J . J. Payne myuo spent uesuiiy mglit wltu deceased, are required to prove his father Mr. Tedelavnu at this the same aa required bylaw and plac- e- Mr. Fred Hayes und file tho same with O. S. Griffin, famiiy of this place spent Satur .r.lstor Commissioner of the daynnd Sunday with Mrs. Hayes Rockcastle Circuit Coutt, on the parents Mr. and Mrs James Price 5th. day :.of February, 1021, at at Mt. Vernon- - Some of the tho law office of 0. C. Williams, people in this part are clearing , Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. And some have commerced plow This lan.LMth. 11)21. ing and making ready for the 192 T. J. Niceloy, Clerk crop. Our letter ie shor but wo Rockcastle Circuit Court an't w rite that wo don't know iool;-hagga- Saturday and linn -- Mm. Willi London was was In Mt. Vernon Thnrsd y linvimr (lontnl work tlnni. Mish Vim la ltiiiiiH spent Wuliie-da- y with Miss Delta I.os:.sdnn. Mrs Once in Awhile Your Blood Charley Mrnwn niul children, of a Chgs and Your Vitality VlO I.ivii j,' ton, :iru relatives ""ttNK? Runs Down tit. lusiil Miss U.iia Hrown is The Kind You Have Always Sought, and which has been spending si few chys v.itli her in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of THEN TAKE PEPTO-MANGA- N sMor, Mi Muu.io iir,.ttn-- Mr j . ana nas Dcen made under Ids rer- -' nnd Mis. Allon Hint spout iYi- 6onal supervision since Its Jnfan:y. Allow no nna to deeMvo vmt In tlits!. dy with Mrs. Luzii- - Ivmj,' Missi You'li Pick Up Apnin Quit My All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooAre but Mien Gentry lias gmic to Mt. with Plc.nly of R"tl Bfcod Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Vetiion to s. hod. Mr ai.d Mrs. Corpuscles Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. to a Russell Ahirighl spei t Siiurday mtrlit wi'n Luther Owens Miss you PliV'leitms no'vmlii's tute a use Cora Thompson is Kiting her blood tet when von are run down I grandpaivnis at Clii'ence, K.v. Tliev count the red corpuscles in Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Miss-Nt Hie an I leurl I'urcell vonr blood If these arc too few Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains spent Snturdiiy wit.i Miss Delia the irivc xoun tonic for your neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Log-doage is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Mi.s Voiia Mullins blond It Irippciis r'ght nlong. teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, nay night ulili In r Thcv are nlwivs 011 th"1 kout IK nt S:ii Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishu;cs arising iau parents, Mr. ami Ifrs I. for iniliciii ions for weak hlod. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Eowels, aids tt. Hi own Casper Kuler was in Whv? frntio thev know when the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural elctu. Mr niul vonr bhx-- ! we.'k our ri'sUtjmop Mt V 11011 SuluiNhv. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. Mis Edd riiomps.iii have moved to disotsp is low Y urtimlitynnd to til ir new iioinu which 'hey ciiprgv (ti;i!ltlv run down ALWAYS Miss rented fioni Hud SI ringer Yon can tell vhen vonr blood i pBears the Signature of K'sie lierrin spent Thursiliiy weak. You limit mile, fiel tired Lgsdon Delta with Miss You nre not ill, but. ynt don't feel Agiito Chandler wit over from right You don't want to do things Miss That is the time to take the well Negro Creek Saturday. . Vernie Lewis and Miss K a Laws know tonic Pepto Miingin. . have been going to the TliotupMiii Prptii'Mumran is old in liquid school for past t.vo weeks K.r and tablet form. The medicinal Kind You Have Always Bought I leu in spent Siturd.iy nivrlit witli value is exactly the snnie Take THI CINTAUN COMPANY. NKW VORK CITV. Andrew Men in. Misses Nellie either kind you prefer Hut lie and l'enrl I'urcel! spent Sunday sure yon get the eenuine Pepto Uovie and Inez Mangin "Gude.s with Misses The full CUT THIS OUT Mrs. Minnie Brown and name, "Glide's ilamm Pep'o Mailman SPECIAL NOTICE : Dr Fred- children, wore visiting ah n ilolIicl be on the package. erick Jacobson says tint plios Hntt Sunday. Miss Iilsio Her- Adveitisement An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- phates are just as essential to nnj rin is visiting Mr. and Mrs Dockj gene Hays tliod of measles last woman who tires e.isilv, it uerv-ouso- r Cash at Ottawa.- - .Mrs. uiruie i Mia in : J F'l n em.ei y Dodge It ANOTHER WOMAN WHO IS THANKFUL FOR A r ?s "IhaTetakenitTaralboUlMof r rn-iammntfliaKTralbeaelt. Ibadpalneln fay itoDsaeh and bowtli, but by the nteof rem-aand mi-- i lln, I am well and tnng train. lalwarikrtpafewboUlei Mat, O.oia uatr, la Ibe bvuM." 11, F 1) Mo. t, Iiai It, MlcboU, Iowa ta Ura. Gray'a aiparirar It Juat mora arldenn that remedy for catarrh of the ttomach, bowtli r la qulta aa food other orfana aa It la for cougha. colda and naul catarrh. la a wonderfully Una medidoe to have la the houaa for everyday Ula. 5ad to th Prvoa Compsax, Columbia, Ohio tor booklot tad mrrflcaf metric. tkmmW wj M TibleU er LiqniJ Sole! m 'A trt Ercrywliere Never attempt remedy that relieve your baby with would What is CASTOR for yourself. A s n. -- 11 1 GENUINE CASTORIA In Use For Over The t&B&y. JeU6&4 30 Years HOPEWELL Childress of Irvine, is here to at-- L $100 REWARD $100 t.d the fiiucnl of Mrs. Childies Fred smith. Miss Nellie orothei Tile renders of th's p per will I Frederick has been suffering be pleastd to learn that there is! CIRCUIT C0UI.T very much with an nbsce in her M, least ono dro.idel dlsou'e thnt B. J. FJuthurura, Judge MisP Nancy Moiriss has science bus been able to cure in mr Sonorset. Miss Timy Wright all it- - stupes and that it catarrh measles. influenced Cotninonwetlth Attorney Mrs. Mvrtle l ntatrh bting das measles W. N. Pnppin, Somerset Vernon by constitutiotml conditions re-- q tjinith is very sick. Nicoley, tires const it utiotml treatment. Clerk T. J. Smith has whooping Cotiizii. Mt. Vernoa. Wood iow Owens is uumbered Hull's Cturtli Medii.inc is taken 1 5. S. sick- .- Misses Ida and internallv ud nets through the Master Commissioner with the Griflln, Mt. Vernon. Mink of Pine Hill is here Blood on the Mucous Surfaces ot P. E. Miller, to attend the funeral of thiet tho Sy.lein thereby destroying Trustee Jury Fund Mt Vernon. Mr. Spence the foundation ( the disease givcousin Fred Smith. 12 days 1st Monday in Fob. the Club man was here Thurs ing tin in tleni .irenirth by build i 18 days. night and orgatiiz d a club g up 'In' constitution nnd assist 1st Monday in May day ing nature in iioi-- g its work The lSdays. brd Monday ir Aug. s goodbye nadirs we are very proprietors have so much faith in sad ever j body is sick bete. the curative powers of HmIP i'a tnrrli Medicine til it ttiev itt'i- - One MT. VERNON Kund'ed I) liars for any ctse that W. B. Carmical. it f IN o cure Send for list of Police Jndiro testimonials. CIrk ii S V.lirk-ht- . P I) Debi.rd. Address F- - J. PHENEY & O. MimhiuJ Trledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug- Cliairm in Board W. U. Simmon. gists, 75c Members of Board F. E. Miller, John Clontz, Elmer Perciful, O. D. Bryant. oal DIRECTORY gri-ail- Hei-si- e I Commissioner's Sale ROCKCJASTJ.K CIRCUIT COURT rd Reynolds "spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mis. Cynthia BrOWU- -- Air, uuu imis. 1 Cummins spent Sunday with Mrs Lizzie Long -- Clyde Taylor has been sick for quite a while.- ntU1.rv oijunu I bk without autitlon WZ.lfJntf'&zkf): Mon.r T,y ECZEMA Jj i?Js Rougish Duke THE FIFTH Asherry Howard VS: ComnilssloiR'r's Sale, il. G. Mulling--. Defendant COUNTY COURT Cum Mullins. riaiiUKI County Atty. S. D. Lewis. Cleik S. P. Bowman. Judge ll'.0r?'Z?nTZ?.!:. " c,nt "" 'Uk- - wfij Sheriff-- T Tip Langford. w.nAlw9 nt Sow-de- JttJ1ir IC ill SOLI) I Sunday morning at lo:3. Pioneer Drug Store First It you buy Second: is sold at a moderate price. You save when it Special Price $2. at the gate. No credit. Now Keady For Business pure bred registered Short Horn Bull will make the 1921 season at my place neaV Ottowa Post office. This fine n . - therefore, you use less. Third: There are no failuresit always makes the sweetest, most palatable of foods. Fourth: It is used by millions of housewives leading domestic science teachers and cooking experts. It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, R. G. DODD OTTAWA, KYv To the people of Rock- ,.,,,,, - SAVr? JWHEM YOU USE IT castle county; This is to notify you that I have been appointed Stock Inspector by the Fiscal Court for the year 192 J. By virtue of a judgement anil order of i ale hi tlie above styled action, the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, will on Monday February, 21st, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock. CJUNTV BOAKD OP P.M. a' the front door of the court EDUCATION. house in Mt. Vernon, Kentm ky, off? r for salu to the highest and U8t bidder, Mrs. Alice Davis, Supt. the following described iersonal prop- J. O. Scoggins, Supervison. erty or a sullli'ienoy of Mine to tatiafy Sam Fiids, Burr. Div. No. 1. a judgi'incut in thu RockiMtlo Circuit Div. No. 2. E. L. bkidmore, In faviT of jiIalntilT in the ahove Court Brodhead. styled action, the property to wit: ono Div. No. 3 Geo. Bullock, spun of work mules, about fifteen y ears Ilanslord. of age, one road wuon and two extra Div No. 4 L. T. Cliff. wheels, amount of debt to be made Pino Hill. 9135 00 with Interest thereon at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from the 15th Div. No. 5 T. R. Mullins, day of Jan 1920 and cost of this action. Withers. Said property will be sold on a R T. Abney, Div. No. C credit of three mont hs, purchaser nil Disputanta. be required to execute bond with approved surety; but the purchaser may Wude Livosay. Jailor Tax Commissit ler C.T.Sigmon Surveyor W. V. Durham. Coroner Jock A. Jones. pay cash . Given under myhand this Jan. 19, 1921. I4-- The John Crawford Jersey Bull Will make the 1921 season at Gus Stavorson's G. S. Griffin, M. C. R.C. Children Cry J. E. Hunt. Powder that can be produced. Was given highest awards at World's PurcFood Expos! Uon,ChIcago;Paris Exposition, Paris, France. ingredients as have been officiall approved by the United States Food Authorities. 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