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Mount Vernon signal: February 4, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921020401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 4, 1921 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ff?F- - flit Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway 3umt n( FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE' . No, 15 Centrally Located P MViIu Friday Afternoon, February 4, J 921 between Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville iPrice $1.50 !f kJK? Established 1887 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky' BiBiBiBrtinBBVBt' m vpILHL , 'HiBkp i IHBp EIb--b aHaT-aa- " , i IwMfmM ataaaBtaaBiL-HettBaSffl- U L 0 JBtBaa-B- BtaaBaW V JESS&akB&BQRD. TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I wish to announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for the office of Circuit Court Clerk, subject to the will of the Republican Voters (both women and men) of Rockcastle, County. I am a total abstainer from strong drinks and tobacco. Have been a staunch Republican every since I knew any party- Never at any time have I held any kind of public office, but I feel that I am qualified having passed several acquired examinations. I am a young man twenty-on- e years of age, and with the help of all the voters of this county, giving me an opportunity, I will demonstrate to you that Morality is the standard of success in public .v - w-- v affairs. . Your support and'influence is kindly solicited at the Primary August 6 th, 1921. Sincerely yours, t JESSE M.DEB0RD. The six program lycoum course opened Saturday avenlriR, January 29th, with tho presentation of the Murio Hess 011 Company at tlie graded and high school auditorium. Too much cannot be said in behalf of the entertaining of theso young ladies for thoir program was excellent from start to finish. The next program will bo presented Fobruary 16, and following that Februury a3. Undoubtedly the glorious report of tho first program will induce many to attend tho succeeding programs, those that unfortunate ly failed to sue Mario Oesson Com. pany and to be suro, all that wore present for tho first program are anxiously waiting for the remaining ones. Mr. and Mrs. Charlu Sponnamoro of tho Hiatt section, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Doan first of the week. Mrs. Ap Taylor visited relatives in Mt. Vornon last week Giles and Kov. J. W.Uar-to- r were here trom Harriman, Tenn , Sunday with their brother, Dr. W. F. Cactor. Mrs. L. N. Bowling was very sick latter part of last week. Mrs. iChas. Urown and children, returned to their home at Livingston Monday after a two weoks visit with relatives hero and at Quail Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cromer and children, of near Hiatt, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doan Sunday. Ben Blan. ton has moved his family to Harlan county. W. A. Carson is in Mt. Vernon this week. Rev. A. J. Pike is in Harlan attending the trial of Dr. H. C. Wianes.cnarged with the murder of Miss Lura Parsons, Pine Mountain settle?-meschool teacher, which is creating so much attontiou thru out Kentucky. R. L. Hicks was in Louisville first of the week. Joseph and Bennett Hall were at homo from Corbin Saturday and Sunday with their parents, Mr. nt Brodhead and Mrs. Z. B. Hall. They were accompanied by Dan Rollins, one of thoir Corbin friends Rev. Georgo Childress preached at the Baptist (.hurch Saturday evening, Sunday morning and .evening. Mrs. R. H. Hamm is reported very sick. The sales of W. H. Anderson and J. H, Kegley were attended and every thing sold for a good price. Rev. Young, who is now A resident of Lexington, was in our town Tuesday. Miss Jo Davis, of Mt. Vernon, is tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. Walter Robins .this week. Sam Cromer and Harlan Doan took their tobacco to Lancaster market first of Jibe week, Rev. L. N. Bowling preached in Livingston Sunday morning .and evening. If you huvo news items pleaso phono No. 47. Don't hold tho news back then expect it to find its way to tho Signal. -- on business. Mr. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbjf and Mrs. P. F. 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Miss Now, with that sottled, It is to be LBb'-IJbHbbbbb- H as pastor and will preach oc the pi(. if i,' KH liopiM tint every thing will go on third Suturday and Sunduj in Mae Blauford ha returned fro quietly find tho gap between the each month. Miss Jesse Chas-tee' iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI Louisville where she has been grade up the river and the other BBBBBBB has recovered from whoop' AiBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBb ing cough and will return to visiting relatives for tho past grade will bo completed. Rev. week. S. E Hellard, of Mt. Ver- L. N. Bowling, of Brodhead, dejiMlaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaj laaaaaaaaaaaaaK: Lan.don School next week Mrs. non, was m our town Saturdiy. livered threo sermons here at Clarice Chandler and children BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBatawi' Judge Cam Mullins, of Mt. Ver- the Christian Chnrch. On Sathave moved to her fathers e non, was here Saturday between urday evening he said he would Maretburg. Mr. Lester Scolt wilt go to Richmond next week trains enroute home from Serea. talk on Prohibition, and any one to attend Eastern State Normal. The Judge said the pike Is com that heard his talk and says ho way as fast as possible. did not picture it in the true We are planing to bave a sing- ing this Noxt Wednesday will be Ground light, surely must be so full of ing school at Freedom which will Hog Day according to old folks prejudice that they cant glvo be conducted by Mr. Nathen s who claim that on the second of justice. He showed what strong of Johuetta C. W. Owens LHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB and Oscar Scott have returned Februiry he would leave his den drink had caused and what it is and come out and if he seen his doing to day, and asked the peofrom Lockland Ohio. We wish to imform our friends that our shadow he would leturn and stay ple to get busy. Now, that tha telephone line is in good shape six weeks. If Mr. Ground Hog wonnn hold the balance of power has any thing to do with the and the men have failed th's far and we feel quite proud after beweather, hero is hoping that it to rid the country of this awful ing isolated forsome six months. D; G.CLARK will be raining or cloudy, or any stuff, we are satisfied they will rise and help put this monster out of business. Then, when we are rid of this moonshine business this will be a better world to live iu. As Billy Sunday says, "Satan will have to bank his fire, pnt In announcing myself as a candidate for the Republican n crepe on the doors ot torment and for sheriff of Rockcastle County to be chosen at the Primary advertise h for rent." Wp Having desired, to, makej tbe.race for County Judge, subject to Election August 6th, 1921, 1 wish to state my policies. Sbpujtt Ite ' read with interest the letter froa the will of tip Jwtyblteftaaat.tae next August Primary Election. nominated and elected, I will faithfully and promptly' pwfans &e ' Mrs. J. L. Llvesay, Randolph, I claim Proiflbitioa. qualifications to fill said office, from the duties of this office, and be courteous and accommodating tWalttj 111., and would be glad if a lot of fact that I know. the duties .of a County Judge, and pledge myself, I will have no contract with anyone as clerk or deputy ahat the old school mates of .Level if elected to this high, office, to do my duties regardless of any perwould interfere with my discharging them at any time they Greea scattered over the United sonal motlva or political view. to perform the duties of their office. I will keep the sherlfTa Office States would write the Signal My friend. S. F. Bowman, says' there are evils existing in this open for business during regular office hours every day except letters and by so doing we be--; county which if are not checked will sooner or later destroy the Have it would be interesting to daya and holidays, .wjlleiideaxor tomake atTy- - buskfteaiiffvit' very foundation of our peace and happiness, though I do not believe all pleasant one. I will use alfthe power invested in me as sheriff to preWe will say to the Level it wouldjte wise to take a man who has been in touch with the ills Green correspondent give ns a vent the dirturbance of any Cliurcl Sunday School or other public of the whole administration to expose them now; and he has been gathering. I promise to make a sober officer and use all the diliwrite up of our old home every under the cover with them to this good day. time you can. We delight in gence possible to enforce the prohibition law to the letter. Would it .be wise to depend on him to adjust and correct the reading them. J. T. Jones who Since the constitution has given women the right to the ballot, bad management mentioned by him, and him your public servant has been quite sick for a few days I especially appeal to them for their vote and influence, promising and friend, though he could not tell his friends until he needed more is much improved at this writing political pie T them that should I be elected, I will look after their interests to the J. W. Baker Sr., was in Mt. If you will elect me I will assure you that I will fill the office best of my ability. Vernon Sunday. Carl Dickerson from start to finish to a letter of the law, and if you want that kind I have lived all mv life in Rockcastle County and have tried was in Mt. Vernon Saturday. of an officer elect one Lee Ward, and you will have it. to treat people right. I have always voted the Republican ticket and Mrs. Mr H. Mullins and children So thanking you in advance for any word of favor that you supported the nominees of that party. After being defeated in the are visiting m Covington and Cinmay speak for me, I am Primary four years ago, I gave my opponent and the whole Repubcinnati. Miss Lillie Kelly who lican ticket my loyal support, and should I have opposition and has been sick for a few days is Yours respectfully, again suffer defeat, I will not hesitate to do likewise. much better and is at her post in Expecting to see every voter in Rockcastle County between now the post office. C. H. Rice was LEEWARD. and August 6th and soliciting your support, I am, in Brodhead Monday taking up Orlando, Ky. cross ties. Miss Annie Pearl Your friend, Kidneys have quit bothering me Brown, who Is attending college and my nerves nave qui tod down. at Berea, visited her sister. Mrs. D. G. CLARK. I can now sleep soundly for Sam Mullins from Saturday until eight, hours or more and wako Tuesday. Miss Oakley Large is up feeling fine and full of energy. visiting in London this week. send a nice folding spectacle case Tanlac has brought me out so A. C. Carpenter has returned free." wondorfullv I feel liko praising SI. .so glasses have aluminum it to the skies and I neven expect from Illinois whore ho has been visiting relatives Mrs. J. W. frames. to be without it." Shearer and children, of London , $2,50 glasses aro in small Like Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by Chas. C.Davis; in Brodhead by the have been visiting hor mother, SPECTACLE HOUSE gold filled frames. to Skies $3 5o glasses aro in medium Brodhead Pharmacy, and in Mrs. J. C. McGuire and .sister, .largo gold filled frames. Livingston by RG. Webb; in Burr Mrs. O. R. Foley.-An- dy Kincer Done by W.M. Owens. $5.00 classes aro in extra lanra was at East Bsrastadt Tuesday. ! " .JPBBBbI LPWliiKBBBBBBH BBBBR'H bbb V aaaaaaHMaaaaaaaH jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv M'SPIflDBBBBBH PfniBBBBBBBBBBBH aaH BROMO ' , Mr. J. B, Noo wont to Frank-fo- rt Livingston 11 a'. 11 11 , V -- V I I 14 w A. r"0'"""'' Sal-M- o BBBBBH !& - 111 n w il !IbBBBBBBBb1 r, BBLBBBLHhiHBaFBBBBBBBBBV Mul-in- TO THE REPUBLICANS OR ROCKCASTLE COUNTY! TO THE REPUBLICANS OF , jBoml-natio- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 1 fud -- At". If s WonderfuP Tanlac Says This Woman Feels Praising After I Makes Remarkable Offer goidfinldor"siieii "frames. l5-2- ' Stuto of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas. County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney Ss Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED D0LLAR8 tor each and overy case ofJCatarih that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE FRANK J. CHENEV. Sworn to before- me and subscribed in my presence, this 6tb day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. QLEASON, (Sal) Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acta through the Blood on the Mucuous Surfaces of tho System, Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for - Five Days Trial Free Evoryono who wears glasses or needs glasses to relievo eyestrain or hcadacho will be glad to know that Tho Nashville Spectacle House 58 Arcade' Nashville, Tenn. will send a pair of "True Seeing" glasses, large or medium sizo in gold filled frames or handsom and stylish dark or light "shell" frames to any responsible person who writes them statiug age, and bow long they have beoa wearing glasses. "We have glasses from $1.50 to $5.00 and after using the glasses for five days you ' can send a the amount of the glasses $1.5 cording to the kind and prlco you order. If tho glasses are not satis factory and you do not wish to keep them just return them and we will credit you with amount and you will bo out nothing oxcept a little postage. For those who inclose cash with order we will or $2,00 $3.50 or $5.00 ac- Address Nashville Spectacle T1 House, 58 Arcade, Nashville, 'I have just finished my second Tonu t bottle of Tanlac and am already rid of troubles that bothered me promptness and act of Wichita, Kansas. for three years' "said Mrs,0has. 111 Fitteeth St., Jan. 29th, 1921. Swvtrp Grounds, ot W Trntf W- - . WW JTWw Dear Cousin Jim: Ky. ' Buy your Groceries irom Was sure glad to hear from I could scarcely eat anything you as I havo'nt got a lottor from without suffering from indigesKy. lor quite awhile. Yes fatbe-go- t tion. After every meal I had a run over or rather backed in- heavy feeling in the pit of my to with a Cadallac car on June a7 stomach, with a smothering Livingston, and was apparently getting along sonsation and violent palpitation alright his left ankle was broken of tho heart. Theso troubles got and his shoulder was bruised. I so much worse at night I often 2XE -was over and stayed four days had to get up and walk the floor and ho was getting better. He ate in oruer to breatne, 1 was so Norton Thursday. Miss Bonnie a chicken dinner t,hat mother nervous it was atmost imposstble Adams who has been visltinc fixed for him and took it to the for me to get a good night's sleep. hospital and ho ate haarty and Everybody in this section is rolativesat Quail, has returned Kidneys bothered me and I along in tho evening be taken and Ily about done gathering oru and to her homo In Cincinnati. donly with his heart and died bet had severe Pains in my back and now preparing for another crop Miss Dolta Loirsdon snent Vt. fore mother could get up there. jdb. I was 'badly constipated He was 66 years old asd it. .wa 'au aabject to Wrri'blo haadache's for 1921Bon JAIbright is out day with Miss Elsie IHerrla at Ottawa. I. M. Hirrtn .ml toii. iu iuuvu ui u stntiB yov JKBBW Jfm tar fact X waa la sach' pain" nearly from Eubanks th'S went every "place Oy his 4etfTJf ail tha time 1 could hardly 'get Delta Logsdon spcut Tuesday ho Logsdon were in Brodhead man that run ovor him a law with Miss Verla Mullins. Mr. Friday. Russell fAlbrlht r- -. yer and belonged to the Masbepcl round. kept reading and hearing and Mrs. Russell Albright were turned from Eubanks Sunday. iouge who my ramor.'we settiea with him to cheap, it would have about Tanlad I decided to try it, visiung Alien man Muesuay. Miss Maymo Adtms aud Jewel boon bard to got judgement and npw I actually feci like a Glllls Brown was 111 Mt. Vornon Owens bave gone to Brodhead against him although be was different wonan. I have a splendid Monday. Mrs. Ava McMulllns to school. Mr, and Mrs. Cy backing around the corner. Ho settled by paying all expense appetite and can eat just anything is still working hi the store of Owens spout Sunday with Mr. and giving my mother $1000. 1 want and never any bad after D. L. Dillingham. -- Bon Albright, L. B. Brown. Miss Elslo Herria From C. W. McGinnes a son of effects. I no longer suffer from Russoll Albright and wire were has come home after a few days Collie Ham to James Winstead. coaatlpatlon, or headache, my visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Johnny visit to her cousin, at Ottawa. It Has For Her. What Ash-lan- d. r I ireTKHSSTy- ii -- I IF -- annfllctri f fww ANDERSON & STANDLEY Ky. DG&43;D( x xrw QUAIL. week.--Mis- s 'iu '"I l- -r A'' ! t KttfmwrmmBm i MT. ntftfJ at Ihf VERNON Ml Vernon, x SIGNAL ,. frotii-r- i MOUNT VKKNOS, KY I'uldifilii'd PVtTV FRIDAY. FKIUtl AKY 4,1921 Ky. I'ostoTic mull umtlrr. Friday by It. II. MlI.I.KK on the surface of the ege, ill n AXNOlt.Nt'EJIKST place the egg in a cup or vessel Wo nre alithoi l?cd to nnnou'iiv, iiitjjti't lo tin-- action of llit- - Ki'imlilk'iui of vinegar; let it leiiiain therein ill it for an hour, nml on AiijjiiH Primary, Fully :il will he found that all portion of B. .1. nUTHUKUM I he shell tVr en cult JihI'i' have been eaten mlo, f.xeept where the grease been up T J, IIAI.I. Tor Ciri'ilit Comt Clerk. plied in writing or drawings thereon. V. T. (HIM.) DAVIS. Circuit Court Clt'rk. It is hardly fair to rl,i upon the credulity of the people with joiin v. vice, Kepiewii atlw Stl District. scientific or other "likhs" of this kind, ns the results are sometime CAM MUM.I NS Join the k Condemn High Priced Stock Foods Prominent Hog Raiser Says Prices Charged Are U- Just received A nwarrantedMakes His Own Hog Pood, With Better Results "That he is all through paying fancy prices for stock foods and hog remedies mid that he is rats iug some of tho best hogs over placed H on CAR LOAD ijt GENUINE BULL DURHAM 7StsJfx. ttltnt 11 Flour, Lard & You want to the market" was the statement made recently by E tobacco makes 50 lUc VTy Kop County .IiiiIki. serious. flood cigarettes for S. P. HOWMAN, County JimIki1 T J. NICKMJV For County Court Clerk. Ml'.S I.KII.A MAY COOI'KR, County Court Clerk I.IVKSAY Fop JiiIKt. DKM.AHI) COTTQN, WAUK H MaMi-ale PRESIDENT ASKS les, -- Guest Club Have you a hospitable home? Do you 1th Ulstr'i't "HUGS IS . EC! GS AND TRICK IS TRICKS By THE BOONE WAY MAN recent dispatch from Corhin stated "that because a dog hud been stealing eggs from the poultry houses belonging to a lady of Woodbine. Mm owner ran immediately to the nest to obtaiu the egg when the hen cackled On the egg she found her name su.scribed in visible letters and ine Fund. .. . Dr. Mulllns In making pnblle 1119' on the opposite side were the bald no words and figures, "January 2s, President's proclamtlou,a persunall soIn tbe sense of 1921." This recalls a similar licited canaj3, would be held, bul early In February tbe people phenomenon, which created more sen or less excitement, nearly fifty of Kentucky would be askedtbeto staie voluntary contributions to years ago, when eegs were found Headquarters In Louisville. at various times with various President Wilson's proclamation lol- divers inscription upon their lows: famine, alarming In Its propor"A surfaces It prove b quite a pas- tions, today holds lu Us grip several time with the children for awhile important provinces In Calun. . The tbe pres failure at one time the writer being one crop distress, In complete, and Is likely, which Is ureat, ent df them.' The phenomena was a before winter has run Its course, to bevery plain proposition when ex- come appalling. In fait, our diplomatic and consular agencies In China. plained. Inform me that the loss resulting from There are thousands who- are death In distressing form may run Into' advised' ol the modus oderaudi of millions of bouls. It Is certain that' the the "trick." 'To demonstrate it. local Government ureand established uuaBle to copu agencies of relief the Boone Way Man today was with tbe magnitude of the disaster displaying an ordirarv hen egg, which faces them. "Under the circumstances, relief to which, upon its surface in plain be effective should be granted qulcklv, letters were these words, etc Ouce more an opportunity Is olfered "lioono Way will bo completed to the American people to show that it prompt aud generous respouse with through the Cumberland which they have Invariably met tbe 1921." Hero in the manner in call of their brother nations lu diswhich the trick is worked: Use tress. "The case of China. I regard as esgrease insdead of ins in writing attenA Inline-dlutel- Miss are much Improved Jearmy Kincer is staying with Wilson Calls On Kentuckians the family of I C. Graves thru to Save 40,000,000 From their attack of measles. Chas Starvation McfCinnoy of the Moss section was hero Saturday operating the E. Y. MULLINS IS CHAIRMAN grivt mill- of Herbert Bullock Misuses Alma and Alza Bullock were, the guests of their cousin, starva-tioForty million Chinese face Miss Viola Bullock Saturday and and ulthoUb'Q relief be bent luuuy millions will die before .Sunday- .- Mr and Mrs R. L. Mc- It can arrive. This It. the Mimtnary of Ivinney spent Sunday with the President Wilson's proclamation Mrs. D." the Nation to belli tbe Chiner.e ulid family of. V Bullock wblcb appeal tbe Itev. lit. K. V. G Bullock sper.tthe day Sunday president of the Southern Uaptlst with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Bul- Tbeologleal Seminary, Louisville, Iv., clmlrmau-bblloclc Joliu Povnter solu a nice answered by accepting tlie for Kentucky of tbe China Fam- heifer to !Hiram Minks. Price u AIDjOR CHINESE have been seriously ill with meas The family of G. A. Bullock who en tertai friends? n your What does it cost you for an evening's entertainment? Will you entertain an "Invisible" Guest at your table and become a member of the " I nvisible' ' Guest Club of America?, It will cost you only Ten Dollars. ask-Ui- tf J Mul-lia- s, p i paid A .s3!oo. . cam-palti- 1 - JUDICIOUS iXQUIltY. A well known traveling man who visits the drug trade, says he has often heard druggists ask a customer, who wished to buy a cough medicine, whether it was for a child or an adult and ,if for a;child,v they almost invariably recommended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The reason for this is. that they.kpow there is no daiigerfron"it"aifd'n"aU!t alwav s .cures.-- There is not the least I danger in giving it and for colds-- , croup and whooping cough it is unsurpassed. There are 3,500,000 undernourished, debilitated waifs and orjphaned children in Eastern and Central Europe, whose lives must be preserved by American generosity and. hospitality". Beckstcad, well known hog raUor and authority o live stock. Mr BccUsteai's hogs ate the envy of his neighbors, and have "topped the market" for several vears in Iowa. He states that for years he.bought high priced hog food and hog remedies but he is all through paying extravagant prices for what be can make him self. He states tint what tho hogs need are minerals, and tells the secret of his wonderful sue cess by explaining that he takes about five pounds of ordinary mineraline (which is pure concen trated minerals and costs only a couple of dollar.?) and mixes same with mough bran or filler to make a hundred pouuds. All hogs and especially brood sows require minerals, as they keep them free from worms, and in the pink of condition, and are essential to the hogs growth and a well balanced ration. This inexpensive mixture placed in a sheltered box where the hogs can get at it as they need it, will produce far better results than any high priced so cnlled stock foods'. Send twodoluus to The Mineraline Chemical Co , 1638 North Wells street, Chicago, III., and they will forward you by prepaid parcel post, enough mineraline to make a full hundred pounds. 15 I get yours while the price is right to feed the babies on COFFEE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS: Mv iob as porter at the J Rockcastle Hotel. Mollie's gone. Looking for a real job. My understanding is that the stockholders in Rcckcastle county meet this year to hire a county judge. I would like to have this job, not that I need the pay to raise the babies on but to help educate other people as I have been doing all my life. must he kept luy. I can do a little hit of 1 LOST (Adv.) CASTORIA LOCALS RW Raff, Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR anything; I've hoboed; built railroads; worked on a farm; built turnpikes; built house1; garages; and, oh, you stock barn. 1 have seen both of life, have, made whisky and sold whisky, got full of it and got others full; been in jail, been out of jnil; been lied to and lied 011, made some money, mid lost some given away -- more than 1 have lost. money Now when the day comes round for the stockholders of this count) to select the man they want to hire ns county judge, think this matter over, and if you want to make a trade with Hill come in or send your proxies and they will be cast to satisfy your wishes. Youis for business and the betterment of Rockcastle county, and -- J.W. RIDER GOOD A'Certif icate of HIATT a Sam Maharg was in Richmond 1 mm I jvioiuiay. IT! I. waiter Aioore. who was called home for the funeral pecially worthy of the earnest tion of our citizens. To an unusual de- of his uncle, Henry Hvsincer. gree the Chinese people look to us for has rem rued to his work in Be counsel aud for effective friendship. Our churches, through their religious missionaries, their medical aud schools and colleges and our philanthropic lobulations have rendered China an Incalculable benellt, which her people recognize with grutllureund devotion to the United .States. Therefore not only Ju the mime of humanity but in that of friendliness which wo feel for a great people In distress, I ventuie to usk our cllUens shall, even though the tak of giving Is not toduy a light one, respond an they can to (lily dlMuut but appeullug cry for help." President Wilson In tending Iilb proc. Iiiiuatlou to Dr. Mulllus and through li.m to be made public, culled on the hciuinary president to take charge of tin t'limpalgn III' Keutucky. Norman It. Davis. Under Secretary of State, Is honorary treasurer, and Vernon Jlunroe is treasurer for the nulloual campaign. Joseph llurge, of (iuulbert Company, U tho treasurer vfor Kentucky. Membership in the "I nvisible" Guest Club'of America will be sent to you, signed by Herbert Hoover District YM.C A FOR WILLIE aaaDDDDnaaann g p Accept for and K. Lane, Woo W Very Weak "Alter the birth of my baby 1 had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattie Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardul." TAKE M HANSFORD J. L. Bullock Im measles. Dr. J. C. Cres.s and wife, of I'u- laski county, who liavo been visiting relatives horo, havo returned homo. Miss Lucy Cress who has l)0('li ninnndini' :i fruv il:ivs with Miss Mamie llullock has rotutnod hnliin -.- Inn. It. Miss RiIihI Mi I i Clare and Mr. Fred Hurdino were married. Cleo. HullooU'ss family who have measles are much im proved. Mrs. Fnniiy Graves is very sick with measles. Clyde CARDU The Woman's Tonic "I found after one tle of Cardul I was botim- " Andy Sirent win has been very sick, is conval.ssc injL'. Amos Smith is in Danville this week. James Brock went to Richmond Monday with a load of tol,u:co.-Mi- ss Carrie Bovd is improving very slowly from a severe illness. Sam .Lucas was out from Mt Vernon tho first of the week to see his uscle. Jim Lucas who has been quite sick, Alvin Carpenter Is moving to the property he recently purchased from Jinnos Ifrigsley near Clyde Uigsby and Mr. Doan were in Lancaster the tirst of tho week with their tobacco. Miss Fanny Lear has been visit-nher sfster, Mrs. J. J. Brock on Copper Creole for several weeks. Miss Delora Boyd was in Berea first of the week. Miss Anna Smith, of lacicson is with her uncle, Alvin Carpiiiter. Ray Maharg,aud Edd Adams wore in Mt. Vernon last week. Ueorge Matlock aud H irrisou Mink were in Richmond this week on business. Joe Adams has been suffering for some days with a felon on his hand. rea,--Uncle Chairman and Treas- National urer; also signed by the State Chairman of Kentucky. If you will send your cheek for Ten Dol-laror more, to the Sj was here yesterday from Lebanon making arrangements for Father and Son which is to be put on Fri day night, Feb. 18. The first number of the L.vce utn Course was held at Graded School Monday evening. The youn,; ladies deserve ptaise for their .splendid program as each proved herself an artist. The Willing Workers of the Christian Church had an all day meeting at the home of Mrs Ab Sparks, their new President. Friday. The ladies are sewing for Willie Only one boy tpelled beU the Xmas Bazaar but will sell pop. ter'n me anything they have-ohands at Pop How's that, lujr sonT anytime. winie we wux tf only two in uv Han-que- Secretary, No Substitutes l, g P g D Thedford's 8 Purely Vegetable F. BLACK-DRAUG- HT 9 9 g a Liver Medicine Subscribe tor the oigTial O C n Brod-hea- d. European Relief Council, Richard Bean, Treasurer, Board of Trade Building, Louisville, Kentucky, or deposit this amount to his credit in any bank in Ken-tucyou will receive an "Invisible" Guest Certificate by return mail. ky g Will you not join this"Invisible" Guest Club, today? Own Furs Send S'?.oo for tanning propara tion sufficient to tan 30 pouuds of skins for furs or rugs or raw hide leather. Complete instructions. Vou can savo from Ji.s.oo to $50 00 on a set of furs. SAUNDERS CHEMICAL CO. 58 Arcade, Nashville, Tenn. Tan-You- r iS-J- proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhile. "31x bottles of Cardul and I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-sen- d to me. I believe I would have died, had It not been for Cardul." Cardul has been found beneficial In many thousands of other caSes of womanly troubles. If yyrfcel the need of a'BOoaystrengtlien-&- g 'tbm'cV wnjr not jry ... caiuui r what you need. J mi iuaytDC just PR ' " All 4 Druggists Heniier spent Saturday night in FOR FLETCHER'S this section. Miss Sidney Kincer I and Mr. Fred Cromer it splendid couple weiu married last Saturday The writer j tins their many friends in wishing them u long ' and happy married life Dewey effect r Graves aud small son, have measlt es.- Mr. and Mrs F. L. Cromer Th'o oting-"- ludHM-'-bChristian spent a few days with her sister, Chinch tveie met Mon- American dol- Mrs. J. L Uullock, of Cedarviile, day afternoim-.foof hu (row oa tb Cossie Itulloclr hpintr Kata'rtfity XHJKirniiiiiigi-r'society but" dub to rf advertising, tree. '1flro,MbTitf.,.b0jt.i"ii,t!tt right with F F. llullock at lire, Ullnvks in evorar of the amities THIS TArE GETS AB. 1ESULTS mo- ,- JI. fj. Bullock is clerking it was postponed until' a later KINOWOKM. TETTER or RESULTS BRING. DOLLARS r tt)M ItfbtM ttia diieixt. .for his brother, I. L Bullock this date. .Tr a 7) cjolboi it our lUk. MM,MlllrW.ft.W i week. J. H Whitaker spent part soupoi 'L lvrw, C4. by 4 "I Cot Real Mad when1 1 Lo.t M OIU1C MAMJ of tlit day Monday with G. D pciung nen," write Mra. Hanna, Graves. Tom lixMus wife who is L. W. BETHURUM N.J. The Finul Reduction Sale Of "Whrn and found but sick with mensles, is not ex- Mlttf (leadI went Into our bunOh pulinmy RiU ATTORNEY AT LAW of m nud. tui Fish's is attracting buyers all . .. pected to iecoer. Jjro. Heury tup killed li Ut utt. I'eultry riUrt ihould mt wuu" Comet in citct. Bamulni. Nounrl Ov.r the couuty. Pish f.113 ,v iKf Will practice In all the mart.. 5 Cornott, of Dnlil, conducted her- iTOoidodriU. ThintUn. l'ncM.JJc.6if.IJi, 0W4 UN lIMiaOlCQl Vy Officeon Church Street y is willing- - to Uiko the loss in order V (vices at Blue Spiiugs Snuduy- .- Davis Drug Store O C.C.C0X v fnj,n to clean upfpr spriug, $&c9KxaBxxacepc . . f -1 CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION. ''The nipesfc and pleasantest medicine I havo used foriudigest ion and constipation is Chamber Iain's Tableis," writes MelurU P. Craig. Middle Grove. N V. They work like u charm and do not gripe or leave any" unpleasant Attention of our farmer and stock raisers ''Is called' to the Registered Stock advertisements in this issue. We should r people who are trying to get better cattle, hogs, bosses, sheep and other things fot Rockcastle county. The biggest and most complete moonshine still, ever captured in Rockcastle county, was captured by Pro&ibitioa Officer ,s GcrRcit and F.pes, assisted by County Judge Cam Mullins. This still was found near Boone's Gap in the northern part of the county. We are informed that tho re quest for better train service between Rowland ahd Livingston has been turned down tor the present. This we hope is not the lost of this matter as better accommodations between t ese points is certainly needed. encour-airoou- clata, $ ill Dollars $ m $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Sav- ings Account any more than those you spend, is about all you get from spending money for trifles and passing pleasures. While from the dollars you pla,ce in a Savings Account, you build an interest earning capital a perlast- A habit Children Cry CASTO R A , manent fund that brings ing beneiits. . INCOKl'ORATKl) r i J' - .j.Trit Peoples Bank Capital and Surplua ;wuci accxxr , I UP. i . m m $30,000.00 ! v . '.iiBSffh:?1'""'1?'1! Fl0d,fJi,I'-- Cashier 1 - J C A 3JC1CLR.I. A IT 63, UrV jrQR FLETCHER'S , - I.B3H313U H0J '.m homo today tor a short visit Mt.Vetinon. Ky, Feb. 4, 1921 J. Bennett Ballard, of Covington, was visiting friends and relatives in the county last week. Hal Wbitehoad who has bcon ,T? fff visiting In ,Mt. Vernon for past Is woek. leaves for Lexington today . Mrs. Amanda Harper, wife of louievu.it NMHVlUt n. It. Co. tho lato Johnny Harpor died at TIME TABLE. her homo near Pongo this week. 12 north 6.09 pm Mrs. John Ronner, who is vis24 north 8:27 am iting her son, Ernest, at Livings28 south 12:17 ptn ton this week Is roported to bo 521 douth 12:22 am vory sick. Mrs. Davo Craig entertained at Jas. Landrom, Agent. dinner Tuesday for her aunt, Phone No. 8. Mrs. Sattertlold, and cousin, Mrs. Prichard. D. G. Clark is in receipt of "a letter from his son, Albert, saying that ho is getting along niceMrs Alice Tato continues very ly and feeling very good. Rick. , Mrs. Joe Cromer and children, Mrs Sum Lucas is very sick expect, to leave this week to join today. Mr. Cromer in Ft. Collins, Colo. Joe Is getting along nicely. Albert Burk is homo from Tho people of Mt. Vernon were entertained last R. A. Welch is some bettor at very highly evening by a pageant given by this writing; Robt. Cass, of Brodhead, was the pupils of Langdon School. Mrs. H. S. Coffey, who was in town Tuesday. operated on .last week at PenningWalter Miller was home from ton Infirmary, London, is getting Corbin Monday. along well and oxpect to bo home Mrs. Bello Lair,hus been on tho in a fow days. sick list this week. Mrs. Ab Sparks has as her Jack Lunce was here from guests this week, Mesdames Will Brodhcad this week. Sattertield, Richie Prichard and Mrs. W. L Richards is on the little daughter, Stanley Blaaken-hake- r sick list this week. and little daughter, of Squire F. F. Robbins was In Louisville A! t.. Verona Wadnesday,- Robt. McfCotuie, of Corbln.was G-O-in Mt. Vernon Monday. Rev. H. N. Burnett was in Let Fish develop your films. Louisville first of the week. Circuit court opens Monday. Clias. L. Davis was home from A large crowd is expected to at Louisville Monday and Tuesday. Judgo G. M. Ballard hasjuBt tend. H. T. Yonng, the Insurance returned from a visit to Coving man was in from Lexington ton. John Lair, Dick Cox and Lloyd Monday. Chesnut were in Londou Tues. Mrs. Ben Lamb has moved day. from the Cynthia Fryo place to Mr. D.miol Burk and Miss Bet-ti- e Brodhcad. Madden were married last The carpenters are doing some week. repair work on the Court house Elmer Jones and Chas. Moore this week, getting ready for were uii from Livingston Wed circuit court nesday. A J. D. Miller has returned to ton large delegation of Livings folks were up last night to Lebanon Jet., after several da s see the play "Civilization" at the l.y off. SIGNAL Dwrm TSTt MT. VERNON John Albright and T. R. Rich- - jardB, of Lexington arc expected Our final Reduction Sale of Hart Schaf fner & Marx and FISH'S SPECIAL CLOTHED PERSONALS has taken Rockcastle by storm ;. Cin-cinna- $30- .- $50. $45. $40. $60. SUITS & OVERCOATS suirs &OVERC0ATS SUITS & OVERCOATS $18.75 .. the-prises 28.75 $35.00 We knew that Hart Schafffner & Marx and Fish's Special clothes at we ftc selling them for would meet with a quick response. But we never dreamed of such "an 'overwhelming rush as we've experienced the past few days. This sale will continue as long as the goods are here. At the rate things are going that wont be long. So our advice to you is "Get yours early" L A L Warm by our fire when you come to Circu it Court next wsek r Special Clothes ' Fish's rWIAN MEN V",1' 'w' ,Mli J. ' """SS1SSSJJJ Sand BOYS OUTFITTER XT. VePniqn,K. y Mail and Wire Orders given prompt attention. We pay the Parcel Post THE STORE THAT SELLS FORJCASH HTmminmnniHniinmnwtiiiiiiiimnmiBMM Clark und J. M. Laswell, of Orlando, wero in town first of the week. A P. LeMaMer and Mack Martin VvOro up from Livingston first of tho week. , R. W. Raaf, of Lebanon, tho Y- - M. 0. A man. wus in town Wednesday. Pres Fiallck'sson, of the Western part of the State is visitinsr here this week. Mrs. R A. Welsh has been suffering from an acute attack of rheumatism. Joe McKenzio is moving to the C. A Davis property on Richmond St., today. Earl Cox and wife are in from Lynch for a few days, visiting relatives and friends. W. 6. McBee has been confined to his room most of' week 6n account of illness. Ulilo Rassl SJddh, of J. W. Riddle has been vory-bicbut is better now. Chas. Whitehead, of Elizabeth, town, Tenn., was hero first of the week. D. C. Boono Way Theatre. The father of Prof. A. E. Mc- Guire, principal of our Graded School, died at his home in Ashland, Thursday morning. Prof. McGuire was with him when the end came. . PERU-NA COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS On PE-RU-N- Al FOB CATARRH OF THE HEAD AND NOSEf " I began using Tablets three years ago for catarrh of the head and nose. "Was unfast firtii able to do anything. tall. I saw a decided improvement after one box and after Tablets or liquid why it s toasted ! In the dalicious Burlay fobaooo flavor. you know Do To Sib, B a I using five boxes be- j lieve I am cared as 2 OF there has been 00 S THE return of the dis- - a DISEASE II case in two years." 5 IN H Fifty years of use- - g two n fulness Is the best g YEARS JJ guarantee of Pe-r5 sa merit. S SId Everywhere n NO RETURN u- LUCKY ds'fcir s STRIKE CIGARETTE rtis.K'j & visiting-relative- The Right Direction 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. It is not the amount of mOnoy you save, but the fact fact that you have begun to save, that invests the act wijh a certain moral influence which, properly encouraged, becomes stronger and stronger all the time. That's why we urge you ta open. aa. account with ua and get started ou the right road, where the' going is easy.- Start an account today and watoh it grow. - TOiiiWHMUHUimauuiiimimuMiHiuHmiiumimiMMwmin Krueger. FATHER AND SONS Wo hope the entire communBANQUET ity will join in and make this Friday evening 7:30 Feb. 18, '2l This will be an event worthy social event a splendid success. Chas. C. Davis, Chairman. ol the patronage of every father THEY APPEAL TO OUR and son in the community, tho SYMPATHIES. entire program, which will ap pear later, is under tho manageThe bilious and dyspeptic are ment of ourjlocal Y.M.C.A.Sec'y. constant sufferers and appeal to K. W, Htof aS Lebanon Xp. .The cue sya?iitefi. Kvh-- j tfa how following is a list ot the various ever, have been completely re committees : stored to health by the use of Publicity and Invitations, W. H Chamberlain's Tablets. These Fish and R. H. Miller. tablets strengthen the stomach, Banquet Program, J. W. Brown invigorate tho liver and improve Sec'y R. W. Raaf and E B. Cox. the digestion. They also cause Decoration and Mottos, Prof. a gentle movement of the bowels. McGuire, Jas. PinkertonandRos-co- e When you have any trouble with Adams, Russel Niceley and your stomach, give them a trial. Richard Gentry. LOST: One dog, half hound, o black The " Following Sunday and white spots, ring ', Revs. Burnott and Taylor, around neck. $5 reward if reJames Meadows, J. A. turned to. Earl Turner. Pine Hill, Ky. i3.3tp Reception, F. L. Durham, D. C. WANTED Craig, F. E. Miller and August Every woman in Rockcastle Co. to be present Mon. Feb. 7th at the opening of Circuit Court to see the grand Jury erapanled and hear the instructions given. IM Ser-vicLan-dra- s J u PORTANT.The women of Mt. Coramer Signs Vernon. dal MintolVapoGcam Beit for Coughs, Colds, Crip, Croup, Sore Throat Ton sllitti, Bronchitis. Pains, Sprains Strains, Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sore Muscles, Chilblains, aiiff Neck, Headache, Neuralgia, Pleurisy, and all congestion, n preventing Pneumonia. 35o of-te- i THB BANK Of MT. VERNON T. President. W. LRichards, Cashier. PI IMK-- O and 60c MT.VERNON, KY. WANTED ; Stock hogs. Any To world's standard rtmedy for tbsoo one having same call or write disorders, will often ward ofl tbes gainst and strtnethsn thu tmiy TUB, PIONEER DRUG STORE furthsr attacks. Three sires, all druggist. W.T. Hicks Leek lee the uai Cold M.ltl a mots beer Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, t Wildie, Ky. tmi aeeepl uu ImUiti dis-M- Mall orders filled by Hon Relief Laboratories, Boston, Mass. jars; Hospital site $1.25 The family of Robt. Sowder or about March t, next the , had ao various county boards of educa- have measles and fver. Forester that nothing I ate would digest as it tion in Kentucky; 20 of them in and Shirley Sowder are with should," said Sadie E. Hamilton. Port- all, will operating under the new their sister, Mrs. Charley Shep- - land, Me., as she began a remarkable) school law, elect county superin herjl. We enjoyed reading Mrs. story of the relief she has secured from the new reconstruct! re Llvesay's letter verv much for stomach tonic tendents of education, the and system purifier. officers replacing the, school mates never forget each bterythlng that late would lie In officers heretofore elected by the oiner ana are always giau to near my stomach Hkc a lump." she explaln- uas would form and I would people for fixed terms. irom one anotner no matter now eu. That the new system is prefer far apart they may be. Mr and sutler distress all the time, f got sol uldhardly keep anything down. Try. able to tho old there is not the Mrs. Worloy Holly, of Cincinnati, lag to get relief, l had my stomach slightest doubt. It is simply bar are here the guest of Mr and puraped out, but even this did not hdd barous to ask the skilled educator. Mrs. Chas. Bethurum- .- Shirley rae as I continued just as bad " I kepthearlcso much about Saturday with his in addition to his school duties, Carmical spout to get out and seek a popular Mr. and Mrs. A.pllosPate that I thought maybe it election at the polls. And it Is Cummins at Mt. Vernon. The lm,iht 'P"1" and I decided to try it. ""- - """' ana W ray sur- . equally barbarous to permit suc- mpnniM nr sn nil me mil in thiK Iriso x am already feeling fine. I can cessful educators to go out of part we cant name them all, but at anything and I am not troubled at office simply because the politics among tho worst cases are Mrs. all. " I am completely rid of my old Tom Evans and Lola Graves, of tho county change. The county superintendents daughter of Mt and Mrj, Rome stomach trouble that I had for three years. I have not felt so well for who made a success should bo re- Graves. We will correct some years and I am certainly glad to tndorse tained by. the county boards; mistakes that was made in our because I want others those who have not been success- letter last week. It.was Miss j to be helped by thjs. yiwdtv&j i?j;-- . ful should be replaced with com. Minnie Evans instead of Owens "Tbe spirit of wanting to help petent men and women. Upon visiting her sister, Mrs. Isaacs, ttllflb. ...1... i ..il sunenng men onH SMrlo PnMnlr.,1 visllin.Miis "T" " "'"" ,ua what is done in March depehds a"lwomen8ve these splendid public . .. r thd future of education in many wuuaiu, .o.n i.uujiiiiii3 uiauvuu n enUorsements uui of Carmical, instead of tho eleven said a local druggist. Kentucky counties. yoar old daughter of Den Prico la dispensed by Pioneer Drug Store HOME TALENT dying with measles, it was a Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. FREE small child, thirteen months old. Tonight at 7:30 Graded Mr. C. A. Truesdalo, of Wal. Robert the son of Mr. and Mrs. School Building. Music, Duets, Fred Hays, has chicken pox nut Hills, O, died Saturday a. Solos, both Vocal and Instrumenof Mr Mrs. Brsd Payne spent Sunday m. He is a brother-in-laReadings entertained by afternoon with Mrs. tal Geo. Barnes. W. L. Richards. Mr. Richards "Princess Floating Cloud and Mr. and M,rs. Wm. Sexton left Monday to attend the funerChief Black Hawk". Also a mock spent Sunday night with Mr. and al. Mr. Truesdalo wus president wedding. Fun and laughter for Mrs. Hamp Soxton. Mr. and of tho Rosor Store foundry for both young and old. Everybody Mrs. G. R. Evans and wi'e of a great many years. show your school spirit and come Vernon spent Saturday aud Mt. FOR SALE 14 H. P. Auto-maChas. C. Davis, local chairman Sunday with Tom Evans. Tractor Engine Saw Mill; lor the Armenian Relief, is just cheap if taken at once, or will take in receipt of a letter from Miss stock on tbe Mt. Vernon read. Beth Hlggins, stato directot, In Wm. and N. T. Outtnan. which she state that Rockcastle R 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. '4 3t la one of tha flrat counties to go over the top in this drive. NOTICE. Mr. Davit has certainly taken Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid I have rented the Stock Barn in a great interest In this work and troubles are most dangerous be- iMt, Vernou, on Spring Stroot and insidious attacks. deserves ali the credit given him. cause of their warning they gnrfl will run a feed, hitching and sale Heed the first that they need attention by ta&iesx burn. On account of the death of Prof. 15 2t p. Geo.Winstead. COLDMEDAL afcGulro's father, the play which was to bo given tonight, (is postpone.! until Monday night. HOPEWELL, Oh My Stomach atM 1 last-name- d . -- ..,. ,", - f . w n VICTIMS RESCUED C.C.WILLIAMS w tornya-L MtVernon, Ky Will practice In all the Courts, Slate aud Federal. t4-8- Office ou Church Street. I Y m-rawaa- s &zeK5gg&? l2 ptrid53 liKiy I jj ri ffjTJfimffll : r b ps ? 1 3 .Q 1 ROCKFORD On JnM i"i the doitth nnyol tln Ik 1110 if r nml Mrs. A Imi Hull and t"nk only mh, Nit'ih Irnin tlifin Jr. H" li 11I In 1M1 iH nulv 11 slim I li'lic Willi iiiriiiniini'i Til" l'lll-ll- l' yniuitliy of piMMII the uiiiiie I'niiMiiunli.v in this su'l Mr. Aiticiit'ii Aiirnm- -, iif tin Climnx who has l eeu verv low with can cer fniKOiiir-- time, is not expect d Miss to live bu a fiw days Atiirj Rich, L & N opeintor is few days nt hniiie lor Ruby K M phi'iis has been 01 the sh'k lu.l for the past iwo weeks. i Win who luis b en nt work at Mum Ky . for some lime has retnri ed I nine. Volley A McColluiii, of III , has moved on J. W. Mivolltnn's ihice -- Will on the sick Ai'deikln has le-list the past Wee- k- Mr and Mrs. i. K. MlGuIio, of Paint Ij ek Mit-i- l relatives at Dispu-t.uitand lieie last week Earl Li iville mid futility visittd tola ives on Clmr .Creek Sjturday and J.Miiday- - Miss Nellie Me. CoUuiii lud MUs Altco Oablmrd, who are atteiiiliug college nt Iioro.i. ,trti with 'ioiiu folks Sun day.- - J. W GathtT, H. 10 Bui lens and I W. Todd went to Richmond Monday. , 'Take Stock' Of Your Health Now - ' DIRECTORY" UIIttiUlT COUUT B. J 1:1 lttd For Infants and Children. iir Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Winfc- Tiring Many UN to Pale, Overworked People LrHC? TI Take Pepto Mangan -- Rougish Duke THE FIFTH This fine it fine Poland China A5SS?S3ft'. Always SdncjsandRcstCo Mineral, notjwjw-- '. neither Optam,MorpMne nw CENT. i tlnetficStom&cfo and Bowls' m Bears the sismature of lv For At Use Fortify Your System (Jood Blood Will Hive You Now Strengli to Keep Well 11 lv-d- feel tho leat bit run down, tint, necessnrily sick, but tired and blue and sort of down and out, it shows plainly that nur pnver of lesistanre is low. lfou It isdangeions that way it. to go mound You don't want to do Post office. Special Price $2. at the gate. No credit. Now Ready For Business pure bred registered Short Horn Bull will make the 1921 season at my place near Boar will make the 1921 Season at m farm, 3 'miles from Mt. Vernon, between the Boone and Oixie Highway $1 Bethuruin, Son.or.set. Commonwealth At'ornoy W N V ippin, Somerset Cler- k- T J. Mt. Vernon. (L S. Master Commissioner Gilflln. Mt. Vernon. Trustee Jury Fond P.E. Miller, Mt Vernon. 12 days Monrlnj in Fob. 1st 18 days. 1st. Monday in May 18days. 8rd Monday in Aug ludge NL-elc- MT. VERNON W. ti. Carmical. Police Judge K. S Albright. Jlerk Marshrl P D Debord. Jhairm m Board W. B. Stgmon. NlPinbersor Board F. K. Miller, John Clont, Klmer Porciful, O D. Ottowa 00 at th- - Gate JACK HYSINGER Mt. Vernon, Ky. AhclpfulRcmcdyfor imo .luy habits, gelling indif Aslmny Howard COUNTY COURT I'laliitlff ferent to Ihe things von naturally OTTAWA, KY. Judg- e- Cam Mullins. V: Commissioner's Sale. like - no energy, no vigor, al Presullin4ihorcfronH!ll!L,aniS. D. Lewis, U. C, Miilllitd. Defendant Count Any. wnjs tired - it is limn to look out NOTICE S. P. Bowman. illeik 'eJa'S It may not in can that you are having claims All persons By vrtin of a jucljpmi'nt and order Sherif- f- Tip Langford. sick or that ou will bo But he:o a r dtyleil action, tin against the estate of .I.J. Payne, of fale In W.etf there are diseases that would have ditvaspd, are reqnired to prove unilersiiMinl Mns!rr 'ommlF.iionerof JaiL.r Wade Livesay. KEW "?g Tax Coinmh-- dt ier C .T.Sigmon tin- Kockni-tl- i' mi easy time of it with jour Citvnit Court, will on fio9 tins same aa required by law and Monday W. W. Durham. Survowir JIhI, lietwtun tlie stsiem when your bio id has no file tho same with G. S. Griffin, EuiaUa &? Jack A. Jones. hours of 9 o'clock A. M and 4 o'clock, Coroner lighting qtin'itios Master Commissioner of tho P.M. a the front door of the court Yi u w,nt lo be well and keep C UNl'Y BOA It D OP Rockcastle Circuit Court, on the house in Mt. Vernon, Kentu ky, olTcr well and feel stiong If you Exact Copy of Wrapper. EDU 'ATION. CITY. THE CCNTAUN COMPANY. hCW .,of February, iq2i, at for h.iIu to the highest and bunt biddi-rday build up the quality of your 5th. tin.- following described personal proplaw office ot C.C.Williams, the blood by tak'ng erly or. iiillloiency of same to batisfy vlrs Alic- - P.V8. Sept. Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. a judgement in thu Rockcantle Circuit J. O Scogguit, nnervison. you will be in trim to tight off in This Ian. tilth. 1021. Court In favcr of pl.iintilT in the above Div No 1 Sam frilds, Burr. winter ills. It has just tho right styled action, the property to wit: one joining cnunliee. Div No 2. K. L. Skid more, ingredients to binld your blood T. J. Niceloy. Clerk span of work mule, about fifteen years is presumed thn highway It Brodhead. The Telephone up with rich, red corpuscles. Kockcastlo Circuit Court of age, one road wngnn and two extra 31 ft from Cumberland Gap will he Company held a Div. No. 3 Geo. Bullock, wheels, amount of debt to be made meeting at Jas Pepto Mangan gives your b'ood Hanslord. completed through to Kuo.wille Wolf's $135 00 with Interest thereon at the rate Jan. 22 and elected new the qualities it needs to pick jou Div No. 4 L. T. Cliff. during 1921, the people of .Rock-- Xjf rLj'er cent "ejcauuiinj teovk-lJfitb. oulcers for the jiar, Por Pres.,. Pino Hill. day of Jan. 1920 and cost of this action. Tourist travel will be a valu Dr. Wm Jones, for Soc.y. H. C. basis. You will notice the difcastle county; T. R. Mullins, Said property will lie so'ld on a . DivNo. 5. able asset to the Cumberlands. Thru the Cumberlands This class of travelers have the Rowlett, for lineman, Joe GatlifT. ference soon alter you start takWithers. credit of three month g, purchaser wil is to notify you be required to execute bond with ap- Div. No. 0. R T. Abney, J. F. Dooley has torn down his ing it. You will have bettor money and are free spenders. to Dixie proved surety; but the purchaser may Disputanta. store house and is moving it to color, better feeling, and moie I have been appoin- pay cash. In January, eight years ago. Three Links. He and his son, energy. Given under my hand this Jan. 19, y THE BOONE WAY WAN the movement for the construe Clay, will put up a new line of You can take it in liquid or ted Stock Inspector by 1921. tion of a highway through the goods John McCracken, who has tablet form as you prefer. Both At a meeting of the directors Cumberlands was started by a TVe Do O. S. Grlflln, M. C. R.C. for the t been very sick is better. -- We have the same ingredients. But the Fiscal of tha Dixie Highway Associa- small baud of boosters in the lit tion, held inChattonooga in May, tie town of Mt. Vernon and are informed that rsalhan Mul- be sure you get the genuine year J. Ask for i9i9, that portion of the Eastern named lioonoway. The original lins will conduct a singing ht Gude's the near future - Al- itbv that name- - "Gudes Pepto branch of the Dixie Highway be- routjng was made, showing on Broino J. E. bert Clark, who is in the U. S. Mangan," and bo sure tho full tween Corbin- and Knoxville, via map, from Crab Orchard to Cum rr...vc- at Johnson City, name is on the package. MidJlesboro, was withdrawn and borland Gnp, a distance of iS Sanitorium WANTED: Men or women to belt iiliimui Advertisement. take orders among friends und via Jellico, LaKollette miles: later additional routings Teiin., leports that he is feeling YOUR work mora 12 houra day. and Clinton to Knoxvillo. The added, extended finin Crab Or better than helms foi two weeks. neighbors for the'genuine guaraBONU There was a good crowd at 9 An advertUmnt o reasons given by the directors chard to Louisville, from Cumber nteed hosiery, full lino for men, your good in this paper singing at Hickory Valley Frifor their action in the matter land Gap to Hooue Cabin. North work! while you deep ana women and children. Eliminates wake 34 houra day. were on account of dissensions of Carolina, and from Mt Vernon day night not withstanding the daining. We pay 75c an hour for Jim Hignight passed through! J It works in many home couuiy authorities in 0110 or more to Hooushoro, Madison county. mud. Dillaid Allen and W. D. week for holds at the same tlrna. iliaslccri are working on a store the other day with a drove of spare time, or S36.00a unnecescounties along the original rout on the lelt bank of the Kentucky full tune. Exporionco J It talks better than tha house for J, I Dooley at Three cattle and hogs- .- Lots of sickness ing, led them to believe would de- Riven wsak most fluent in this part. H. P. Allen, better sary. Wriie International Stock salesman. Martin Ballard Clark lay the construction of the road Aftor overcoming many ditll Links. Mills, Norristown, Pa. it lot. ing "VfeDo H No one slams th doc over said routing for p'obabl? an culties during these jours, we visited Ins uncle, I. A. Cljasteeii known ns uncle Car, is able to be In its (ace. out afier being confined to his indefinite period, and that thy are glad to state that the pros Saturday night and Sunday. 4 RESULT: It setts goods, SALESMEN WANTED prospects of au early completion pects of the completion of the Dr. Jones and Clell Mullins. of r. oni most of the winter John t About the totf Far less Get busy. Keep busy. Is your of the road over ihe new routing mountain section of this great Wildie, pissed thru here jester McCracken is smne better at this than the $ - ... salesman and does lots mora woik, was the inducement for making highivay in i'J.m are remarkably day. -- J. R. McCracken is lol. writing -- Mrs. M. IS Scotland jobunsafu? Is it permanent ? You (OsrrttM. MS f W. M. 1 1 ing lor his son, Luther, who has Mrs. L. M. Owens ate on the sick want a life long business. You the change. bright. is roRrclable This change The State highway Depart- been in Middletown, Ohio for ist. Several from Cooksburg can get into such a business sellsince the people of Middlesboro, ment has .stood nobly by the some tinio Thu election is com attended church at Big Hill Sun- ing more than I37 Watkins Prod-ttct- s FOR FLETCHER'S Scott, son of Chas Pineville. Barbourvillo and Cum people of Rockcastle, Liurol. ing. just wait until the candi- day direct to farmers if you own borland Gap and citizens ot their Knox and Bell, switching further dates all get in tho held, then Scott, who is in school nt Mt Ver- or team or can get one; if counties had worked diligently State aid when possible, to those we will see who gets the cornor. nou is visiting home folks Lee auto Alleiibought a pair of three year you can give bond with personal and faithfully in unison with the sections. During iibl, it is an old mules, Ben Dividson and Jas. saritics. We .back you witn big efforts of all the counties between assured fact that expenditures, Miller met on jockey street and selling helps. 52 ears in business, Cincinnati and Chattanooga to. from tho abovo sources, will be traded horses. Both well pleased. 20,000.000 users of our products. wards making it possible to made on this highway, in tho you get an Eastern branch of this above mentioned territory, of Mrs. Mat tie Mullins was the Albert Allen went to Livings Writo for information where or Mrs Mary Mullins Sun- ton Saturday on business. -- Frank can got territory, J. R. Watkins great highway put on tho map more than a half million dollars. guest Co., Departni nt C, Winona, MinIt was the bond issues for good Some of the contracts have al day. There is a singing school Allen is homo from Indiana. nesota, il 4tp roads, of Hell, Knox, Laurel and ready been awarded and others going on at Cavo Ridge, conduct- Cas McG'iire bought a span of mules from Gather Philbeck for Rockcastle counties, voted for are advertised to be let in the ed by John Kelly, of Gauley. Straight Salary: $35.00 per Died, the infant son cf Mr. and $350. Ballard Owens got his week and expenses to man o- the constitution of LJootie Way early spring. of the of Gauioy, mule crippled in tho barn the woman with rig to introduce from Crab Orchard to Cumber Among tho numerous boosters Mrs. Gn thnt miule it possible and workers far the succviss af Jan. 28 and was taken to Harlan other night. Tom Ovens writes EurakA Est Producer. land Eutefca home from Harlan county that Mfg. Co.. East St. Louis' 111. for tho Dixie Highway getting Uoonoway were: Judge L. L. for burial the following day. is. ably edited; it is sane ''ho Courier-Journa- l through the Cumberlands. The Manring, J. Frank White, Joe I Miss Eliza Mullins who has been every thing is dull.Oranvillu Jen and dignified in its handling of nowa; it is fearwith Mrs. Grace Mullius lor the nings sold a mule to Hocker Ha last named four counties had live Bosworth, II C. Chappell, AGENT WAN TED IN Mt. Verless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it gan, price unknown. Rubin Mul non to sell the Original Watkins Representatives at the ChattaJudge T. J. Asher, past mouth, is with hoinefolks always will bo found the champion of clean govnooga convention of May, 1915, John Pearl, M. L. Moss, C. W. Mrs. letter was read litis and Bob Allen went hunting Remedies, Spices, Extracts, etc.. ernment. and the data furnished by them Metcalf, Pineville; Judge Bon and reread by us. I do hope Saturday night, caught an o'pos Necessities and repeaters. All sura, put him under a tub for or spare tinio. Write Watkins cut n figure in securing the Disbman, Dr. G. H. Albright she will writo again. Livingston, Co. 59 Memphis, Tenn. The Courier-Journa- l Noxt morning surpasses all its competi-tor- s Eastern routing, which was de- Hon John Henry Wilson, W. C Hopewell, Mrs. Livesay and the safo keeping, writei s minds all do wander to when the roll was called the in etiuipinont for getting tho news of the cided upon at that convention. Black, J. A. McDormott. It wilt be jremotnbored that the Dr. J. II. Paikor, J. J old Level Green whore wo have o'ppossum was gone. day. because it has not only the Asfociatotl Press routing of tho Dixie Highway was Price, Corbinj li. H. Hackney, spent many happy days. Level diepatclics but tho full wire service of the New tnado more than two years after Nat B. Scwell, V. II. Poyntor, Green do not fail to write each CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH York Times, In addition it maintains staff Booneway was routed and that it E. L. Farris, Russell Dyche, week. Miss Mary Mullins daughRHMEDY AIDS NATURE. at Frankfort and al Washington. followed tho roadbed of Boone- London: CI. as, Rice, Will Owo'ns, ter ot J. II. Mullins has lieenon Medicines that aid nature aro way from Mt. Vernon to Cumber- Mrs. Sue Mullins, Livingston! the hIck list for a few days but No Kantucky Homo la Comptaf Without It. land Gup. E S Albright and tho larger is better nt this time. Misses always most effectual. Chamber Iain's Cough Romedy acts on this Probably tho will portion of tho citizens of Mt Sallie, Ada, liussio and Eliga plan. It allays tho cough, re e have but little effect in the long Vernon and Rockcastle county; Mullins were guests of Mrs. Jlj spoei.il ajTa'ic:muils we are uow able to offer lieves the lungs, aids expectorAllon Sunday. -- Ollio Mullins run. We still Imvo tho "good I. Thomas Cherry and It L ation, opens tho secretions and Courier-Journ- al old Iknueway," which will bo so l Crab Orchard Middlesboro was tho truest of Luther and aids nature in rostoring tho system Mullins Sunday, Wm. Garfar completed this year that Three States. AND TUB rett, of Hamilton, Ohio, is ex to a healthy condition. Thou tourists and other through travel Get busy. Keep busv. Is your pectod in a few days to visit his sands have testified lo its good in addition to local users, will be job unsafe? Is it permanent? You qualities. Try it when you have accomodated. Tho tourist travel mother, Mrs. John D. Alien.--Twant a lifelong business. You to and thro igu the Cumberlands roads in this part aro in a a cough or cold, Both one year, by mail, for only can get into such ti busincs sell- very ... on a big scale' and bad condition. So bad that is going to be ing more than 1.17 Wat kins Pro very little hauling can be CARD OP THANkS. no tourist' is going to miss historic done at Cumberland Gup and the scenic ducts direct to farmers if you present. Isaac Allen, of Gauley, Wo express our deepest ap This offer applies to renewals as well as new uUerlptIons, beauties thore nbottts and in ad own auto or team or team or can spent Saturday 'night with his prccialiou of the many curtisies but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennesseo or Indiana. if you can give bond with gut one; D Allen. bt other, John shown, for the assistance rend Nhw gubucriptioni may; if ileslredf start at a later date, and personal securities, rt'o back yr ti lenewa! will date from expiration of pietent ouco. erqd and sympathy expressed with big selling helps, 52 j ears by tho many friends during the If jou prefer an etenlnir newspaper, jou may substitute without question Ji MJ Montr in business, 20,000,000 users of II HUNT'S S.lv. bill Id tht Tho Louisville Times for Thy recent illness, and at tho death of treatment oMTCIi. KCZBMA. our products. Writo for infor. 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