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Mount Vernon signal: February 11, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921021101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 11, 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. fcfwwfciiinii if inaj Ccasjnc jg 2 Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway Rimini mm 1 lUr cro Va I1 afJ a !I orATCD MMnirMAftT.i r la aaFaT' mmm 4 9J w Established 1 887 34th Year No. 1 6 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky ffi Friday Afternoon, aaBBBBBBBBBBBaV i Attd February Centafiy44ookd Cincinnati, Knoxvflle. & Louisville iPrice $J.50 ffliJKS IfaiMbM a U; J921 Charlie Hcndrickaon is homo from Pinovillc for a short visit with his raothor, Mrs K J. Mo Kinnuy. Mrs. O. F. Wullcn and daughters Missns Bernico and Arditli, wero guests at the homo of J. Ii WhIIoii from Friday until Brodhead Rev. L. N. Bowling Ladies and Gentlemen ' 1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaKPvr TBBBBi 110hbbbbbbbbbbbbbT Livingston The diroct.MH of the compi iv atoro of this pUca hove nip oyt'd f Brodhead, as Jacob manager of the lore and he took charjro Monday Wo think they have made a ui selection a ho comes well recommended Miss Grace Large visited her sister, Mrs. R. L,. Warren at .London Saturday and Sunday. Hobart Griffin, of London, was hero Saturday representing a soft drink manufacture Mrs. B. H. Griffin and son, B. H of Frankfort, aro visiting her parents, Mr. and lira. C. H. Rice, here and Mrs. G. S. Griffin at Mt. Vernon. J. P. Daas, the telephone man, was in Brodhead Sunday. Am Payne of Brodhead, was here Saturday making telephone repairs. Cir. cuit Court began s t Mt. Vernon D. K. Argonbright Monday. went from here rs a juror. Mounts, if Covington, was here .Sunday. Mrs. John Cockreli is visiting relatives in j Paris Mack Martin this week El-io- r was num lvred with the sick last week. Miss Eliza Lnngford visited at tho home ol K. J. McKlnney Tues- day and Wednesday. Homer Wilson was very Bick last week, put very much improved. The Brodhead Dramatic Club will stage Tho Ked Rosette," in the interest of tho Baptist Church at the High School building Satur day night, Feb. ia. This is a splendid play, interesting from start to finish. A rare treat. Kit Kidwell has moved to tho farm vacated by W. H. Anderson. Rev. J. W. Terrill preached at tho Baptist church, to a good crowd Saturday evening, Sunday morning and evening. Sunday Mrs Daisy Hunt of Crab Orchard, was n weok end visitor hero last week and repro seating velvntina toilet propara tions Miss Clyde Watson and nephew, Austin Sparks Durham were dowufrom Mt. Vernon from Friday until Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson left Mon day for their new home in Har Ian. Miss Ella Belle ISewland, VOTE FOR Little Tom BBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaS . i&'aBBBBBBBBBl Taylor FOR ii day One of the weddings we sp ike of some time ago. will taka Can't tell names pi icf tho 15th yet, but almost impossible to Icocp the secret. -- A. E.Kice went in Stanford Sunday. Some one e!se better ask us to keep quiet and hold our peace W. H. Cot. tongim has returned from Hid dlesboro, Harlan and otbar towns where he has buenfor few days. Well, according to ralea saying and some peoples beliefs, Spring will soon be here. If we lears it to the ground hog and on thai who is teaching in Crab Orchard was with homefolks Saturday acd Sundy. Mr. John tiigmon was taken suddenly sick Sunday and was in a very critical condition for some hours Ho is getting along very nicely now Poy Owens, who has a position hi Cor bin. was with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Owens last week. We aro glad to report Mrs. R. ii; Haram able to be out after bo ing so very sick last week. Mr nd Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were in Berea Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Willis Busselt and little daughter, Mondell, aro with relatives in Pine Hill this week. Uncle Fullen Francisco, Leroy Albright, W. O. Yadon and others were in Mt. Vernon Tuesday attending court. Little Miss Vir- ..in;,, in Miss Rissio McKinney gone to Richmond to attend school. Wo congratulato her on this course and hope many of the other young teachers will take the same course. Dewey Graves Is soriously ill with measles. Mrs. -- B. Buiiock and "daughter, HANS FOR his Jailer Rockcastle Oounty Republican Primary Aug, 6, 1921 Your vote solicited. Your help appreciated. Your kindness remembered. D W. A. CROMER Kate have teturned home aftor a week's stay with the family of F. F. Bullock, of Bromo. Miss TO THE jVOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action of the Republican Primary, to be held in August. This being the first time I have ever offered myself M a candidate for a county office. I have always stood faithfully for the cause of my party at my ancestors did before me ; who have been tax payers of this good old Country for more than a century; and further more, there haa sever been a one of my relatives on either side, that is my mother or sty fathers people, that have ever held an office in this county. Ladies and Gentlemen, if vou dont know me I wonld ask af iaW- to ask my neighbors and friends as to what kind of a man I anvlJLv think I am known all over the county, at least by some people. .. .. C a .. 1 nave toeen iryingto-uv- e a cnristian a. tor tne last live yefcts lite of my life and I will endeavor to do so the remainder of my days. I hope you will make an investigation of me, and if you think I am the kind of man for the office I now seek, I will appreciate anything you may do for me. And furthermore, llet me say if I am nominated and elected to this office, I will endeavor to conduct myself and the office in a way that I will never cause you to regret of having given me your support. I wish to thank you in advance for any favors you may extend to me. - TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I take this means of announcing myself as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County, subject to the vote of the people at the Primary Election. August Gth., 1921. I have always been a Republican and supported all nominees in every election, and will do the same this time. If elected, I promise to perform the duties of my office to the best of my ability, and will permit nothing to stand in my way as an officer in enforcing the law. , Expecting to see all the voters in Rockcastle County between abw and the August Primary, and, soliciting your support I am, .. Vernon with her cousins, Master Bill and Miss Sallye Konzic. - W. P. Rigsby sold a nice horso tc J. H. Kegley prico' unknown.-- On next Wednesday ww ww .II1UII UUU1 ? evening wo will have withxttS tho farm, ririce H. Sears, tho great humorist, lec $1950.00- .- Miss lva Kincor and turer and reader, who will put ou Mrs. Sidney Cromer spent Wed the second program of tho lycoum nesray with Mrs. J. C. Graves. course and ne (eel sure a very Thero continues so much bad weather that the farmers of this interesting program for he is section has not made much prepheralded as one of the greatest aration for crops J J. Bullock humorists and character artists was the guest of J. L. Bullock last Thoro was in Amorica. Edgar Dunn New-lan- pruyorWednesday. service at Blue Springs was at homo first ot the Sunday. week from Orlando Mrs. Wm. Remmers and little son Frederick TO MY MANY FRIEKDS havo returned after several weeks IN ROCKCASTLE COUNat Kenosha Wisconsin where Mrs. TY. I wish to say that since I Remmers prepared and staged a liomo talent play at that place. am in the merchandise busi Miss Kffio Reynolds was with ness I have declined to enter her parents at Pine Hill during-Politicat this time. Thank- the week. Mrs. Walter Robins ingoneandnll for past favors and little sons, Walter Wajel and and eoicitation8 1 am, .. John Davis, Mrs. J. T. Lawrence xouririena, . and Mrs. Wilson were in Mt. J. K. Cnmmina, Vernon betweon trains Tuesday. Mc-,M- T. r,,n, PM,te a m. ..!, t. bT.f.u W Elta McKinnev spent Thursday night with Missie McKlnney. R. H. McKinney is attending court this week as a petit jury man D. G. Bullock was in Mt. Vornon Monday on business. Locio Doan, the small daughter ot Lieroy Uoan. of Mt. Vernon, woo is nwyiujj wuu ner grana- raothor. M"- J- V. Bullock, has measles.-- M. G Kirby wjs in Vernon . Monday. Swannie Bullock will move in a few days t0 lte ProPerty of I,vin Bullock. S,ighl mJ"B - ' UHtslf . - j :? respectfully-- - r JOHN C. HOWARD. 1 d , Very truly yours, W. A. CROMER. To The Republicans Both Women and Men of Rockcastle County I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of County Surveyor. Subject to the Republican Primary Election, August 6th., 1921, Yours very sincerely, TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County, subject to the will of the voters at the next Primary Election to be held August 6, 1921. I have always been a true Repudlican, have worked for my party's success, and if I am nominated and elected I promise to faithfully discharge all duties of the office. I will assist the other officers in the enforcement of the law, especially .the liquor llaws. Your vote will be appreciaied. s I r i TVi Rev. Wm. M. DURHAM. ZGXX4ZXE act of IF promptness andto you Service appeals 1 8 4 $: Dollars & Buy your Groceries from Your friend, JOHNEY CLONTZ. ANDERSON & STANDLEY Livingston, Ky, $$$ NILE SPECTACLE HOUSE You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. is about all you get from spending money for trifles and passing pleasures While from the dollars you place in a Savings Account, you build an Makes Remarkable Offer A habit Five Days frames. glasses Trial Free Everyone who wears glasses or needs glasses to relievo oyestrain or headache 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 havo been wearing glasses. "We have glasses from $1.50 to f5.oo and after using the glasses for five days you can sond us the amount of the glasses ft.Vor$2.oo $3.00 Jor $5.00 ac cording to the kind and prico you order. If the glasses nro not satisfactory and you do not wish to Ueop them just return them and wo will credit you with amount and you will be out uothingex- cepta little postage. For those who nice lcasosh with order we will send a nice folding spectacle case iree. $1.50 glasses havo aluminum il 1VTiggW!g.yVI l iVT 8 One Measure of a Man's AbWfg To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account The man who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites confidence, Tliu frugal and thrifty man finds a ready extension of credit when he needs it. Everyone should save a portion of his interest earning capital a permanent fund that brings lasting benefits are in small ,$i,5 gold filled frames. $3 5o glasses aro in medium largo gold filled frames. $5.00 glasses aro in extra large gold filled or "Shell "frames. Address Nashville Spectacle House, 58 Arcade, Nashville, Tenu. t i5-a- VTh Pftoplei Bank 1MOOKVORATKU Capital and Surplus $30,00.00 U.G. Baker, Frcaldcut Floyd Miller, Cashier $ CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR INDIUETJON-ANi)- ' CONSTIPATION. "Tho nicest and'ploasantest medicine I havo used for Indigestion and constipation is Chamber Iain's Tablets," writes Mekrd F. Craig, Mlddlo Grore. N. Y. They work liko a charm and do not gripe or leavo any unpleasant effect. earning. We extend to you the advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. We pay interest on time deposits. ' BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Nlceloy, President. W. saying a great many pin their faith for on Thursday the wone was out early selecUef garde seeds fixing up the old fences, hunting the lost years aoea'asd Sallye putting in them. Ev was out in town heating lower seeds and talking gardea to ae. We imagine in a few days tee farmer will gear up old Dobbin, take bis plow and begin plowing the long furrows across' some hill side, hollowing haw eeigee, will father up the butcher knife im ksuU the llelds for stagger weed (green) tho jay bird will perch ''kkmselt on a dead limb in an oak 'iree and call the long roll of sttiinHtr. Mrs. H. M. Witt is Is touilvllU for a few days. Mrs. Jaavs'Klrby is very low and ndt expected, to live but a few days. Mr. and Mrs. . W. Higgle are storing their household goods and will board for a while. Henry Maliaf-fe- y will move into the property vacated by Higgins. liihstfey purchased this propetty some time ago. Mrs. R. L. Warren, of London, is visiting her parents, Mr, and- - Mrs." A.- - CCsrfeleteV this week. Miss Gertrude Evan's I who is attending school at Rich- monu, was wun nomeioiKi irvw Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Arch Mullins and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mis Tom Mullins, at Mullins Station. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker J r., visited relatives at Brush Creek Sunday. Mrs. Roy Cox and children, have returned from LilV after a few days with relatives thero. George Jenkins is attending school at Paris. Miss Ella Mao Blanford is visiting in Knoxvillo. Miss Roxie Smith is visiting in Corbin this week. S. E. Hellard was in Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sunday. Mullins'.have moved to Covington and will make that city their future homo. Candidates are getting so thick we advise all users of automobiles to keep to the right in meoling people for fear oi running over a candidate. Mrs. J. L. Pickett and daughter, Margaret, are visiting in Paris. Well, Mr. Editor, tho candidates tiro getting as thick as tho seed ticks once wore in the big glados. Tiiey are showing up all over the county. Now, we have no voice in it as we aro of a" different political persuasion, but would be glud to see those be qualified to fill the offices which they seok. Wo will say no more at present, hut watch the proceedings. .B, K. Andorbou, Swannie Prico, Misses Bertha and Letha Sum mers, Ida and Lena Clark and Sallye Price wore in Pittsburg betweon trains Sunday. Earl Wilsou is attending school at London. Quito a lot of our young folks attended the show at Mt. Vernon Saturday night but we failed to get their names. Allen Mounce went to Richmond to day, Monday. He has been in very poor health for some tlmo, but claims the Gibson doctors are doing him much good. Mrs. W. T. Amyx is visiting rtlatirea at Burning Springs in Jackson Co. Mrs. C. E. Rico and children, of Louisville, has been visiting hor parents, Dr. cand Mrs. W. T. Amyx. Mrs Milton Mllloraud littlo son, of Fariston, are visiting her sistor, Mrs. T. J. Singleton. " ; I. .Richards, Cashier. READ SIGNAL I M7 7v - 3 MT. i j Milr-rr-i- l oe VERNON KIIIDAV, h SIGNAL KKJ..r.l!Yll nm.d-i'ii.- . . H&STt - The following in wore chosen for the Grand Jur tit the Feb. 1 MOUNT VKKNON, KY ill lht 1921 term of cjui ;; G V. Owens. Ml Vminn, Ky. Poitn'llc .ttiil V. 11.1 innltf r. Joe Swinney. Published every Ftidny by U. II. .lilt In ANNOUNCEMENT last penny of uver We ore authorized to luiiiouncf. tliat thi' dollar contributed might reach a subject to tbe actiuu of tin- Krpu)lieati hungry child in the form of To. d Party at next August Primary, n. .J. HKTIIl'KUM tho starving chiMien, the end tlSIMEJ Wit's toasted Millard Do in D. K Argenbright for Circuit Jmljro. 1.1:1: WAIIIi Cuimtv Jiulc . or medical .service'. 'INVISII1L.K tificate.s, whieh can Alfred Bryant John (J rider K. P. Drummed F M.Troadway A F. Lawrence William Doan Mat Hoskius fob LormIou 11 WM. S. HART Ti 66 4 i ivrrTvr-- T ty, SZZDdXXE 3XX GUI-XT- " Ue cor. pnrclinsed J.S.Bowman Mt. Vernon, p Tliese gentlemen arc doing gooc Haven as Lucky work aud wo hop; they will ro Pir Strifes. Because coive the support of every one. W. T. (im.I.)lMVI.S, Lucky Strike is the PETIT JURY Citvull Court Clerk. toasted cigarette Jurv No. 1 C. B. Bethurum, C M DI5IIOKI) JliSSK perhaps no entertainment ewvl Circuit Court H. York, W. H, Ramsey, . J Riven by the Butler Gmdi'd an ' DoBortl, R G. Shearer, J C. n n. riwKK High School afforded inoie For Sheriff. W l iifaefriL Mauso, Albert Griftin, J. E. genuine pleasure- and sutisfuotiotJOHN I'. I'lOO, Craig, Asa Pitman, J. L. Sowde than that of last Friday ovening, Hist District. The good women of the county Other Ander. in, Andy Burk at the K. of l IJitll, and 0 Ham CAM MUM-INire already trying to help clean Jury No z R. H. McKinney is that the house was crowded it for County Judge. out the moonshiners and bo Gecrge Pitman, J. R. Alcorn with eager spectators, as never they luve given tin Sidney Hellard. H. C. Kirb b. I BOWMAN, before. ortMiit grand .lury some valuaCounty Judfje As the program, giving the ble information which is very likt biugeiie Reppert, W. S. Bustle T J. NICM.KY to result in several indictment Tom Seals. G. D Guthene, V names of the p riicp.mt-'- , save For County Court Clerk. and tlit S. Robbins, W. S Brauaman, F ud convictions this thoso of the Tom Thumb wedding, b xt term of curt, MRS MAY COOPER. Francisco. have appeared in Tlio Reformer, County Court dork. RESERVE JURY we deem it necessary to only NO I ICE. WADK1I. LIVESAY Ramsey R. B. Shepherd, Ben mention the pretty little girls and All persons having claims Jim Thompson, George Rennei For Jailer. handsome little boys who staged against the estate of R. G Mur-ra- Wm. Kiry, Walter Brock. DrXI-AICOTTON. oiip of the most interesting feat deceased, ate required to Majjhtr.ito Jtlt LtlslrH The list of cases tried anc ures of the evening. The wed prove tlie.satne, as required under disposition of same to be givei ding, handsomely costumul for KXPRliSS rOMPANY HELPS the occasion, was as follows: ilite Statutes, and file the same next week. with G S. Griflln, Master Com KUUOl'EN RKLILE. Mildred Call, briib; Carl Edwin inissiouur of the Rockcastle Cir Among tbe numerous agencies myers, groom; Ronold Yelton cuit Court, on the 5th day of throughout the country preacher. The ittendants wen February, 1821, at the law office In several of his recent films, has dof red chaps and ting with Herbert Hoover, Chair Opal Blades Askew, Arpha Yelton, of C. C. Williams, in Mt. Vernon, man of the European Keliof Nancy poe, William Frye, Clydt six shooters, appearing as a convict in one, and in another leaving Kentucky. This lanuary 24,192i. Council, in his effort to raise Schalck and Leo Beckett. T. J. Nicelev, Clerk, the plains for the asphalt of the city street. now A prettier scene of childhood $33,000,000 by means of a Rockcastle Circuit Court. The Charm of Good Health Has Its iiationdlcolectton for the relief of in its tnnosence and beauty, could back in harness, astride of a with his wide-brimm- ed horse and insipient starvation among 3,500-00- not bo imagined. In fact the en 16 2t. NothSource in Rich Red Blood. Stetson atop his head. He riots through a picture children in the warstricken is full tertainmem was one of the most ing on Earth so Neceesary countries of Central Eastern to the brim of action, excitement and heroic deeds. are lively for Beauty Europe are the American express interesting of the season, and we regret that we haven't space to Miss Ida Mink is visiting her Company and the American Railscraps, quick shooting, all the characteristic incidents of life as give each one engaged in it the BUILDS RED BLOOD way Express Company. sister, Mrs. Mattye Doan, of East individual mention and praise was lived in the yesterday of the Through the authorization of Bernstadt - Steve Albright left that they so richly deserve -- Pen f.ir Danville Mondiy J. H. Las- - Restores the Quality of Ytur Blood, Q.C.Taylor, president of both dleton Reformer. is hard riding, fighting and gunglay aplenty. well and son, aro erecting a roller Brings Back Your Color and organizations, "INVISIBLE1 -- Misses Willa mill in Brodhead. GUEST" certificates, certifying is romance and the breeziness of the in every foot of film. Renews Vitality. and Klva Albright and Pearl that the purchaser has salvaged It is a picture to see and see again and to remember because Smith spent Sunday afternoon .the life of one or moro of the Personal clnrm is like a light Buy with Miss Ro'iecca Albright. It sheds its rays everywhere. t littlo war victims, have been is so graphic and withall so wholesome. Miss Euhla Lewis is home from light of your personal charm placed on sale at 25,000 of the lierca Jo Alb light spant part hidden under the bushel of bar company's oflicers throughout of last week with her grandpar blood? Instead of habiiusl smiles United States. The cost of the ents, Mr. and Mn J. J Albright do 'you wear a tired look almos saving one child until the acute Way y aowl? Do spent pu tire easily? Ar Miss Bertha condition has been relieved by night with Miss Anna Las you' pale and lacking in vita the next European harvost is well. Albert and vVilla Albright energy and ambition. $lo.oo, but donations of smaller You are not really ill Youi were in Mt. Vernon Thursday sums are welcome, and a contrishopping and having dental work blood has become weak and slugbution of oniy $l.oo, under the done. Reubin Brown, of Twila, gish. It is half starved. What economical administration of the visited his parents here this you need is the blood malii' Council, will keep life in a littlo week. Misses Delta Logsdonand qualities of that splendid tonic body for a month Klsie Herri n, of Quail, attended Pepto Mangan a little while you The European Relief Council Liquid Sunday school at our place Sun will feel a big improvement. Tlu is an amalgamation of the day Mr. and Mrs. Modo Hamm smiles will como back. People American Friends Service Wir Tax Included NO RAISE IN PRICES KY. 15cAND20c visited her parents here this will see a difference in yo i. Yuu American Red Cross, NA PE-RU-week. Born to the wife of A rch will make friends again. You American Relief Administration, Hayes a fine boy Christened will have plenty ot rich, red Federal Council of the Churches A Great Medicine t, perjury and subornation of .tent, brazen and determined Willard Clarence. Miss Julia E. blood and feel stronger. of Const in American, Jewish Condemn Higin Priced Dodd, of Corbin, visited here n has been building Mri M.J. nilejr, R. It, No. 1, Hoi and past experiences of lation of this law is rapidly bring Distribution Committee, Joint Teiai, wrlttn this week. Miss Da'sy Merrell red blood for years Physician-perscrib- the country shows that those en ing into contempt all law; is g Knights of Columbus, Y.M.C A. na ind ksov It It sood 'I ha? med Slock Foods for colrti, cooclia and catarrh. It cured mj it right along. It ha gaged in this business do not spent Fridav with Mrs. Mary public authority and lessand the Y.W.C.A formed by Mr. ratarrb aod do not take cold when uiq IVruoa. It lit great medicine." Hayes. Messrs. Norman Lewis just the ingndients that s'arved bilk even at debauchery of pub- ening tho confidence of the people Prominent Hog Raiser Says Hoover for the elimination of du Do ring the lait flftj Ttar,. reruna hu been looked upon aa the tellable medicine for and Jasper Denny, of Crab Or- nlood needs. Sold in liquid and ic officials charged with the of Kentucky in their laws, their in ministering to plicate effort catarrh of every deicrlptlon, wbetherlt be of Prices Charged Are Uthe noae and throat, atomacb, bowela or other chard, visited here this, week. of tho law. tablet form Both have the sami courts, and their public officials. onrani. na In the home for ener. I'r keeping nwarrantedMakes His Ray Hamm was in this section effect But bn sure you get the "I beliove in tho high integrity; genclea. teriona alekneaa may frequently be Appeal Is Madk. prevented. Cae It after tbe grip or Spaclin Flu. n. Own Hog Food, With genuine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John foi in the capacity and courage of Ask power "This and son, Troy James Las- - ' Gude's" and bo sure th&t thp Sold Everywhere the State's agents, Bater Results t dices at the source of all public I feel that vou will he triad well, spent part of last week namo, "Gudo's" authority. Confronted with this and ,,Tnat M0 is nU through paying ' with the family of S. S. t lend every power l. is on the package situation I cill to tbe conscience ,ro..,i ,,..... nc ... . of your oner. fancv nrices fnr stno.Ir fnrwU nml ... H. B. Brown was in Mt. . Advertisement. . ij ... 1.1r .!., uim w t .c ruuuiLa 01 tne commonweaiin. ... i appeal siou . D Vernon Saturday. Miss Jewel " .....v ..v; . in mis outnrea r 01 iawiss. 'Wrr.mo.enH.i,ntUio10 iom- officer to to every IHIHHHBJIl . lll ing some of tho best hogs ovor Owens entered school at Brod ness, Frankfort, Kv., Jan. 24. Op tand b the law of his State and head Monday. Willis Bussell, of "rations of ,the moonshiner and "In the oiforcement of this placed on the market" was the to exert the utmost energy and law I beliove you will have tho sMttotnent mado recently by E. Brodhead, was in this part last bootlegger, described as a chil determination to its execution and Jl K week looking at some hay. W. lengo to the Stato's power to support of the right thinking H Beckstead, well known hog nforcement. GZ. L. Cash is working in Biodhead maintain peace and order, form men and women of Kentucky. I raiser and authority on live stock. y "1 call upon tho people of 3A ' ' ieS?M Mr. Beckstead's hogs aro tho beliove that a quickened and this week Homer Herrin and the subject of a proclamation upon its men aud women, aroused public sentiment will envy of his neighbors, and havo Leonard Cable called on Willa made public today by Uqv. Mor "topped the market" for several Albright and Pearl Smith Satur- row, along with a personal letter upon tho loaders of thought and rally ti your assistance. day night. Mrs. Mary DeBord which ho is sending to every c induct to unite, to "We can and wo must accept years in Iowa. Ho states that for and daughter, Annie, arc visit sheriff, county attornoy and chief and to throw their irresistible the challenge so flauutingly ;of. years lie bought high priced hog power upon the side of law, 01 dor fered, and having ing at the homo of J. H. Laswell of police in the Stato. accoptod it wo food and hog remedies, but he is and decency. n must tne supremacy all through navintr extravagant J. T. Albright was in Mt. Through his proclamation tho (prices for what he can make him- "Tho will ot tho people of Ken- of the laws of tho land last week. Mr aud Mrs Governor calls upon tho Htt s,atos ,,m what tho "Let me know how I can bo of , Jeff Owens, of Beo Lick, was at to tucky must and shall be made efforts of all citizens TT IS wonderful what a coat of Pec saperior to the purposes of an service to you. Most sincerely hogs need are minerals, and tolls the home of Wm. Cublo Satur make their will "supoiior to tho will do for uny surface Gee the secret of his wondorf ul sucday night. Miss Pearl Thomas purposes of an outlawed traffic." outlawed traffic. The power of yours, thut ncciis brightening up or rcfmishlng. cess by explaining that ho takes t'te bootlegger and tho moon- EDWIN P. MOHRUW, batuiday night with Ber The proclamation follows: spent You'll thoroughly enjoy muking our floors, wood about fivo pounds of ordinary to bond be bo 'Governor of Kentucky." tlu Brown. Mr nnd Mrs F,u work and furniture look like new or transforming 'To tho People of Kentucky, s 'ilnor must made sovereign miiioraline (which is pure concenauthority of the fore the gone Denny spent Saturday night them to a mahogany, oak or walnut finish with Greetings: " The County Fair " February trated minerals and costs only a Liw of tbe Commonwealth. with Bob Hainiu and wife "Tbe strength of any State is couplo of dollars-- ) and mixes satno "This tho 24th day of January, 23 24 Clell Norton, of Mt. Vernon waloior'mined by tho courage aud with enough brau or filler to inako EDWIN P. MORROW, in this section Sunday 1321. Rev haracter of its citizpnship. a hundred pounds. All hogs and "Governor ot the Commonwealth Hiutt, of Pittsburg, was in Ot'awn of the State to the power especially brood sows requiro this week. law and maintain order is of Kentucky." Montr baek without qnaatloo If HUNT'S Balv. falla In tha minerals, as they keep them freo to tho peace aud In bis letter brazenly, jnotoriourly and Impu- A JUDICIOUS INQUIRY. treatment of ITCH, ECZBMA. from worms, and in tho pink of RINQWORM.TBTTliR or It stains and varnishes In one operation nnd is mode A well known travelirg' man .toii'Iy chtllenged by tho scanda- - prosejutlng officer tho Governor othtr Itching akla dlacatia. especially for beautifying the home. Requires no skill Try a 7 cent box at our flak. condition, and are essential to onen violation of the siys: who visits the drug trede, gays lots. and and is inexpensive to use. Try it today "Save the surtho hogs growth nnd a well bal"As ono of tho chief law enBYDPioneer he husolten heard druggists ask prohibition law. Tho moonshiner Store anced ration. This inoxpen9ivo face and you save all." of your county a customer, who wished to buy a 4a I pouileggor and thoso allied forcing agents W.vj ffCtt an J Cnmntl i vtvii, II Itum, ;0c up, JTO Vjlmul FOR SALE H H P. Auto. mixture placed in a sheltered box AC cough medicine, whether it wur with, thoui aro determined to and as a fellow public servant ll'oe J hile 6J an Sli , r. whero tho hogs can get .it it as C""SlAiNtltw ASK US FOR FRCC COLOR CARD for u chjd or an adult and if fo nako their will superior to the chargeable also with tbe enforce- man. Tractor Engine Saw Mill; they need it, will produco far betif taken at once, or will take ter tesults than uny high priced ment of tho laws of the Common- cheap ajchild, they almost invatiabl ,iw of tio peoplo of the Stato. on the Mt. Vernon read. so culled stock foods. Chamberlain's recoiii mended "Tho open violation of tho pro wealth, I write you concerning stock Win. and N, T. Gutman. Send two dollars to The Minera-linshameful violation of Cough Remedy. The reason foi libulon law brings ,to Kentucky the present R 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. Chemical Co., 1638 North prohibition law In Kentucky. 14 3t fEASLEECAUlBERTCO. this is that they know there is in ind its peoplo not only tho known tho IhCOflPOAAICD Wells street, Chicago, 111., and Hy. danger from ii and that it ahva "I do not exaggerate when I but there ivll of intemperance, Muufututcrt WANTED : Stock hogs. Any lmv will forward you by prepaid Kutucly Louinllt, cures. There is not the us come with it, tluough it and say that.the bootlegger and ono luvl g bHine call or write parcel post, enough miuoraline to thoso allied with sCrF aud fit I kitd in giving it and for colds, is a part of it, the intimidutiou W. T. Hicks make a full hundred pounds. croup and whooping cough It U if mon and women, threats of them, today challenge law and t Wildio, Ky. t (Adv.) all whooppo order in Kentucky. Tho impu- yHburpasscd. violence against BAM, Circuit Court Clerk. T. fur any amount roiu $1.00 up, are on sale at the local office ol tlio American Railway Hxpivss Company. ( J. A. Laiidruiii, Agi (ho 39no dolicious CIGARETTE No cigarette has LV-rk- . - j,a -- S Square Deal Sanderson Mr. Hart 99 I y, SMILES COME The real Bill Hart hero of every small boy from Maine to California and from Canada to the Gulf beloved by all who care for red. blooded action on the screen. Western But trusty AGAIN TO PRETTY FACES he's 0 OTTAWA that There it PEPTO-MANGA- West. There There West If,! It it Either n Fri-da- ONE NIGHT (ONLY Boone Way Theatre Tablets 15 TUESDAY,-TE- B. MT. VERNON, J (Jom-initte- vio-parju- loi.Cal-Tei- t, Pepto-Manga- e Pe-r- weak-euin- 1 X ! Pe-r- Las-we- ll Pepto-Manga- law-breaki- Pepto-Mangan- ." Pur-cel- - r UU-HIHlMH- HIli ,....... " -- -.- g XV Jy-- and then watch the -- wMt transformation Ken-tuck- te Ver-no- To-la- y en-orc- o g PF-NII- -f - Drug o x4-8- 15-- Swr" - M SIG Louitviuc T. VERNON NA , 1921 Do you know you can roll Mt.Veiwon, Ky, Fo n cgaretttstor on bag of lucts from FATHER AND SON BANQUET Tha annual "Father and Son Week"will bo observed throughout tho State next week and a Father and Sod banquet will bo held in Mt.Vornon Friday night Feb. 18 th ono week from tonight and special sermons the following SlltlrllLV. rOiltJior onrl Cnn nrnilr - tUtMyitit R. n. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 28 north north south 'il douth Phone No. 8. ,, 6,05 p 8:17 a 1217 p 12:122 a m m m m Jas. Landrum, Agent. BiBHrtflrkiiGENUINE - PERSONALS BULL'DURHAM TOBACCO Mrs. Booth 1'urcell is on tho sick list week. , Lwis-WhitehoRichard Cox was in Loaisvillo last week. On February first eighteen acd T. G. Reynolds was in from seventy one. Miss Bettye Lewis and Mr. William B. Whitehead Wildie Monday. were ur.ited in the holy bonds of T II. Liimburt ot Boone atton matrimony at tho home of the dud court Monday, brides parents Mr. and Mrs. David N. Lewis. The Rev. Bon W. H. Pondor was up from Chesnut officiating. On Feb. I2 Livingston Friday. 1921 Mr. Wilbum Miller of Corbin was celebrated and Mrs. Whitehead their "golden" wed in town first of week, ding ad. "Whitehaven." Their married life has ben one IM& mil of perfect harmony and happiness. Thero were four children all of whom are still livine and were with Itheir narents for the happy occasbn. Their many Kicnuru Junius was nome intuus remomoerea tnem wn greetings, gifts and flowers. fiom Cor bin first of the week. m.Cj. liurton ot aomersot was W. H. Fish in Mt. Vernon first of tho week. Vernon. Ky. Notary Public, Mt. Mrs Walter Robins visitiod her Bush-Scsister Mrs.Joe McKenzio first of Miss Elizabeth Keith Bush of week. the Miss Vorna Cummins left Sat. Clark County, and Mr. Henry for Richmond where she will at- Martin Scott of Rockcastle Co. wore quitely married Wednesday tend school evening at the home ot Rev. E. K C.C. Bates is back in Mt. Vernon Pike, of Lexington, Kv. after a visit in Wuvue and Clinton The bride is the daughter of Counties. Cash Store Thomas Bush ot Clark Co. She quartete. Joel Jones of the Climax section is tho neico of Nelson Bush of Invocation Rev. lias entered Normal school at Winchester, Ky. and is attractive Burnetto Richmond. After banquet program. ano popular with all that know her. 1. Fathers tell thier nicknames Charles Hondrickson, of Mr. was in town this week at- sterlingScott is a young man of when boys. character, and is a popu tending court. 2. Sons tell thier nicknames. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, lar school teacher. They will H. M. Mink was up from Liv make their home in Clark Co. 3. Address. "Son through a fath Lucas County, ss. ingston Monday and reports his ers specks " by a father. Frank J. Cheney makes oath who in bad health. THEY APPEAL TO OUR 4. Address. ''Father through a that ho is senior partner of the firm sons specks" SYMPATHIES. Robert Pish of Berea is ex Somo High School stunts. R. of F. J. Cheney A; Co;, doing busipected homo Sunday. Robert is The bilious and dyspeptic are W. Raaf. ness in the City of Toledo, County unending school in Berea. constant sufferers and appeal to 5. Address, " Tho boys of Mt. and Stato aforesaid, and that said "'Mrs W M. Mullins"", Lillie s our sympathies. Many such how Vernon as I know them." Prof. firm will pav the sum of ONE and FranlcMullins were in ever, havo been completely re McGuire. 6. "The Ky. boy and the Ky. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Frankfort first of laat week. stored to health hy the use of State Y. M. C. A." R. W. Raaf und everv case of ICatarrh that Mrr.J.T. Lawrencoand Mrs Chamberlain's Tablets. These Organization of Y. M. C. A cannot be cured by the use of Jo.sh Wilson of Brodbead visited tablets strengthen the stomach, Mr and Mrs A E Procter Tuesday If Abe Lincoln was here to day HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE invigorate the liver and improve FRANK J. CHENEY. family the digestion. They also cause he would buy one of Fish's Spec Jas H. Branainan and of the Conway section, are mov a gentle movement of tne bowels ial suits at Fish's final reduction Sworn to before me and subsale. ing to Aurtcrlitz, near Winches scribed in my presence, this 6th When you have any trouble with Misses Verna and Edyth Cum. day of December, A. D. 1886. ter. your stomach, give them a trial. ruins enertained a number of A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) Carnoys John M. Fish of their friends with a candy party Notary Public Point N. J is talking mighty The(Cin)Post carried a picture big about his son these days; Tuesday of Everett Reynolds of at their home Friday evening. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is John Jr. this county, who is Kentuckys Protect your feet with a pair taken internally and acts through champion corn grower for i920. of Ball Band Rubbers or over the Blood on the Mucuous SurMiss Ruth Flippin daughter of Send for faces of tho System. It was accompanied by an articlo Attorney Flippin will arrive to from this boy telling just how shoes. Get thorn at Fish's to day testimonials, free. night to spend a few days with he raises corn that won the prize. at reduced prices P. J. CHENEY & CO., friends here. Boyd Kelley. deputy sheriff of Everett is now attending the Mt Toledo. Ohio. Missos Eva'JIsabella and Ronnie Vernon graded school and he Harlan County, who was tried iold by all rtrueRists, 75c. praises our efllcient county Agt hero twice for tbo killing of the Cummins spent the week end Hall's Faa.i.y Pills lor Constiwith thier cousins misses Verna Robert F. bpence for valuble in. Shipman boys in abattle at a min. log camp in Harlan County, was pation. and Kdyth CumminD near'Spiro structions given him. pardoned last week by Governor Cheslev Morrow. He was pardoned once Louisville Seai ct? prominent KepubUc:ii, is tipped by Governor Stanley. of Internal for (Commissioner A.D. Underwood ono of the Revenue under President Hard, " February ' The County Fair most respectejland loved citizens ing. The Commissioner has super of Corbin died Monday A.M ,was vision not only of the collection 23 24 brought to Mt. Vernon and bur- of Federal taxes, but of the enied Tuesday. Comic Valentines and Valenforcement of the National ProhiDeath only a matter of short timet Unci "Dolly" as he was bition laws as we)). tines ai Fish s pains and ache Don't wait until Theo Mory cf London was in become incurable diseases. Avoid known by all his friends was an Engineer on the L.&N. and town Tuesday. painful consequences by taking served wiun tho road about CATARRHorCOLDinHEAD 32 Does your watch tell tho- timo years, or until ho was pensioned in tho dark? Ingorsoll Radiolites COLDMEDAL and retired some 2 or 3 years ago. Cm be inttantlf relieved by dupdo, Get one to day at Fish's. Tho funeral was conducted by ly applying a little MINTOL ia the Brotherhood of Locomotion W.N Commonwealth Atty Engineers, of which he was a Flippin is at bis post and after Pleasant to ue, OEBSXB tbi nutrils. staunch supporter, tbo Jaw violators of this county. and there it nothing better. Th world's standard rimed? for ktdnayi beveral triends accompanied "is." B. McCluro. of Conway, who Uvtr, bladdar and uric acid troublta thai & N. since National Remedy of Holland alnca 169& the remains to Mt. Vornon to has been with tho L. Guaranteed. Thraa tlzes, all druggists. pay thier last respects. Ho leaves THE PIONEER DRUG STORE uway back iu the nineties, was Laok for Am turn Cold Medal oa avanr boa a who ono brotner and sister who Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. aad accapl aa (miutiaa shaking bands with his many hero have tho sympathy oi all in thier friends this week. AGENTS WANTED beroavement. Circuit Court opened Monday a sister of M. Mrs. Unberwood is Commonwealth Attorney Flip- with and Hugh Mil J. Lady or Gentleman Agent a record attendance Tho pin is going aftor the bootleggars ler of Mt. Vornon. wanted In the city of Mt. Vornon and moonshiners rough shod. grand and petit juries were em paneled and sororal cases were to sell tho gonulno J. R. Watkins Tho people should stand by a disposed of, Tan Your Own Furs Juigo Bethurum is Medicines, Spices, Extracts, Toiman like this who is trying to do waging bis usual fight on the Send $2.00 for tanning propara let Preparations, etc. All or spare his duty. liquor traffic and gave very em tion sufficient to tan 30 pouuds A wonderful opportunity "To all ex service men of the instructions to tho grand rugs or raw time. 8ICI0H lor lato war. If you dosire a victory fihatic the end. Wo feel confl 01 leather. mrs or to get into business for yourself. hide Complete instructmedal for your service in the dent that it tho good people ions. You can save from $15.00 Write today for free particulars bring your discharge of the county were as much in World War, and samplo. J. R. Watkins Co. 61 to $50.00 on a sot 01 turs. and see If. T. Mullins at Fish's terested in tbo elimination of Memphis, Tenn. storo NOW. whiskey as Judgo Bethurum, it SAUNDERS CHEMICAL CO. Arcade, Nashville, Tenn. 58 bo bard WANTED "Tho County Fair" February would soon County. to find in I5'2t Rockcastle Every woman in Rockcastle 23 24 Co. to bo present Mon. Feb. 7th FOR SALE : kegistosed Shortat the opening of Circuit Court to horn Bulls; Reds, Roans and see the grand Jury empanled and White. Prices reasonable; and hear tbo instructions given. IM on time if desirod, or will take in PORTANT. Tho women of Mt. stock hogs or young stock cattle. Vornon. W. T. Hicks, Mr. Crandall (Iowa) Talla KowShe 16 8t Wildie, Ky. Stoppad Chicken Loaaa LOST : One dog, half bound, -- Utt qtiat, tU kDW all out Utr cUdu. WUi Mara. I'd Uowa bout black and white spots, ring Unfp4ciitwtUuediin&tofnt,Wkhutoo Tacrwoa't ttuOtytw'dulcbca.nitKt." KaUSupUpufe aronnd neck. ?5 reward if reaattcd aa4 Kill lor Mc Wc. IU5. turned to, Earl Turner. Pine Soil aad iumauad t Hill, Ky. Stare tCCa v.Tn'bn 13 8tp DaTi.Dr G.W. Murphy was up from Livingston Wednesday. Dick Martin of Brodbead was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Judge Konnedy of Somerset is 111 Mt. Vernon this week. at their couutry home ott heme nrnmntnrt hv Mm Tnt.-national Committeo of tho Y.M.C.A., but is carried out thru tho Churches of this and other states. The purpose of observing ramerana son weok Is to get tamers 10 renew tbclr interest in their patneral obligations, to lead some to deeper respect to thoir fathor.s and homes, and to lead both fathers and sons to regard tho Churches and tunaay schools as necessary to the finest development of their lives and to securo theircoopero- tion in the work of the Churches. This banquet will bo held in Sunday School rooms of tho Christian Church and every man and boy in this town and county is inviled, this notico only form of invitation issued. Each man to bo admitted must be nccompan- ien by ono or m jre of his boys ana 11 no nas no boys to bring he should "borrow" some boy in ine neignoornoou who has no father or whoso father cannot for homo good reason be present annis amar. iiacn Doy to bo admitted must be accompanied by a father. If his own father is not living or not at homo the boy must go out and "borrow" a for occas. father this ion. Tho "eats" uro to be piepared at homo by the mothers and sisters of the fathers nnd the boys and will be served "oicnic" style as no mothers and sisters will be present at this banquet. Plenty of speaking srtd music See program in uuotherjcolumu of this issue and come. Program Fathers and Sons Banquet Mt. VernonjFob. 18, 7p.n1 Pathors seated with sons at table. Singing, America, and Old Kentucky Home, Blest be the tide that binds.lead by R. W. Kaaf, a song by Mt. Vernon, Male I No Such Values In Good Clothes Have Been Offered In Mt.Vernon In Six Years Hart Schaffner AND & Marx Mmmmk Xk4 ?2itfT!iW, 111 miimMm nil FISH'S SPECIAL CLOTHES - AT- -V Final Reduction Ifefflrfl $35.$30.$25 m0Mkm 'f$it law m $50-$45-$4- 0 $65 $60 $55 SUITS SUITS SUITS $ ml 18.75 $28.75 $35.00 ?? m I m 1 Ell Shop all over town; compare values. When you get thru you'll say "Noth ing like this has happened in years SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK The rFlH'S 'WBAJ? 8PECIAL ICLOTHCS STfTir T! UIIIMVil Boys Mens and R FJH!n-T.- ) Telephone 27 Outfitter teYERNONj Pine-vill- o Mul-liu- Mid week prayermeetlng at the Christen church next Wtdnes-da- y evening at 7.00 will be lead by the Ladies class. Subject, "What are the hightest things In life" let me urge that every and plump, round member be present and have formed women imaginable. WANTED FUR HIDES some part in this big topic. Highest cash prices paid. NOTICE: Dr. Ereilcrick Jaeobson CO. Davis Teacher. says : builds up all Honest Reading, prompt returns. conditions in a few days to W.S. BAILEY, Ship wonderfully. It is ditipenHed by the Subscribe for the Sfgna Livingston, Ky. i64tp Pioneer Drug Storo, Alt. Veraon, Ky. , FOR CEMETERY FUND A REAL f LCSH BUILDER. Proceeds from womanless wedcontains phosding $60.70 phates such as physicians all over the Proceeds from community Ba- world are prescribing to build all runzaar $68. 44 down, enemic conditions and changing-thinenemic women with toneless tisProceeds from Masonic banquet sues, flabby flesh into the most ocauti-fu$59.00 rosy-cheeke- l, d LOCAL - LATE &ElEM(Pi! TOO na run-dow- n i XH I ! ! Best Quality Best Prices Assortmen t Buy early and avoid the Lar:ge advance I i x6-4- tp Insurance General Millar Mt.Vernon - Kentucky RoomNo.S D. C. CRAIG Bulldlnt 1 ! IF. Griffin MT- - Rat-Su- p VERNON, KY, fc -- ' . "v'jiCTmmim'M"!.1.- .- stc I IS YOUR lntretk hame Before 'with liur.oti Clod. Several at- Much Sickness and Worry. Tan-la- c. tonded court at Mt. Vernon Mon Texas. Mrs. W. M. Pcdcn, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . day ftoni this plncu Navasota, Bennett just lifeless. Mullins was in Livingston and and alter reading I "I heard of Cardul account ol how she recovered her Silt all Richmond last woelc.-Mi- ss mv third "I have just strength, having realized that she was decided I had sonic female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardul Kindriok is very sick this week bottlo of Taulac an ' Imv heady health: actually losing her and began it. . . been relieved of a conoin n that "Health is the greatest thing in the "Ina very short while after I began the wns getting 10 ho alarming," dewhen you feel that gradually world, and imCardul Home Treatment I saw an slipping away from you, you certainly sit clared A J Killis, a carpenter, provement and wasn't long until 1 was up and take notice. That is what 1 did all right good itappetite, splendid rest, living at 27 North William Street, time ago when 1 found myself in a tome I Thomas Owens, son of Will Springfield, Ohio., the other day. condition of and much stronger so that easily did my very nervous, house work. Owens, of thu Copper Creek suc"For two years previous to health. ! was so tired and felt so lifeless "Later I took a bottle of Cardul as a tion lias moved to Prof. Clark's taking Tanlac I had never been I could hardly go at all. tonic. lean recommend Cardul and glad"I was Just no account for work. I ly do so, for if more women knew, it farm. Mrs J. W. Gatlill and able to work more than four or would get a bucket of water and would would save a great deal oi worry and son, Wilburn visited relatives fivo days at a time. I had no feel so weak I would have to set it down sickness." near Three Links Sunday., W. appetite and actually dreaded to before I felt like 1 could liit it to the shelf. The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol (J. Villi's nnd J. M. Bullous made sat, for even the little I managed to In this condition, of course, to do even other women who have found Cnrdui my. house wotk was a task almost im- helpful should convince you that it is a busino.ss I rip to Woodbine last force down bloitod mo up with woek.- - V. 0. Viars has Ills saw gns and made me siclc at the possible to accomplish. worth trying. All druggists sell it. J. it mill about set up ready for saw- stomach and so short of breath I . .'. nervous and easily upset. "1 was ing J. V. Todd is talk sometimes thought my limo had nbout putting his shingle mill in como. I had spells ofdizziness and When wo read of Level Green and operation again. Walker Mcllone was so nervous at times I couldn't other churches carrying on their is making cross ties for Cecil and hold a nail long enough to drive Sunday School it makes us feel and Hucli Linville. Sam Crouch it, and felt dull and languid all we should hiiVe a Sunday School er, of Hamilton, O. is here on the time During tho winter of Bud Sexton spent Friday and at this place There are so many husiiieH.- - -- Mrs, lulia Ann Browor I9I8 I was unable to hit a lick of Saturday with relatives at Spiro. of us fathers and motliets who lias moved 011 It. T. Abutiy's work, and tho following winter it The infant of Mr. and Mrs. are not taking the inteiest in our place W. H. Stephens and fam was not much better. George Logsdon died Feb ist. "But, it.'s a fuct I haven't had a children that wo should. Wo ily visitc.l H. K Bullun's Sunday Mrs. John Marler who has been should not only send them to ovening. It T. Abney is still touch of indigestion sunce I sick for two weeks, is reported Sabbath school, but should go hauling coal from his farm on finished my first bottlo of Tanlac. better. Mrs. Charley Fletcher and take them and encourage Big Hill wliicli he purchased I have a corking big appetite and and children, spent Sunday af- them that it would become a bet some time ago Miss Myrtle eat things I never dared touch ternoon with Clara Carmical. tor Rockcastle fo- - young people McCollum has gouu to Dayton, beforo aud everything agrees Hatnp Sextou and family spent to grow up in. We are Ohio. Troy E Richo one of our with mo perfectly. Mv norves Sunday with Bud Sexton. Mrs boys has gone .to a y mu:li and as 1 olocky I feel finer Wm. Sowder who has been with would y ! JMie (JavGsamcai holies? at Johnson nil the ti.tu ;ittd navm ioso a day her daughter, Mrs Joe Cummins, more correspondents for the more City, Tenn. lames Saylor was Iroin work on account of sickness at Harlan for the past few days, letters the more interesting the in this part Tuesday summoning Everybody I meet these days has returned. Tede Payne and Signal is. solbtsdoour part and tile boys before tho grand jury. wants to know what has got me son, Brad, have moved to Sand not let the homo paper get dull J.C. Guinn and wife and J. A. to looking so much better, and I Springs. W. M. Sowder had a We have been a reader of the Guiun ai.d wifo vUited J am more tnan glad to tell them, milch cow to die one day last Signal from childhood and home ens Sunday. Tanlac " week. Miss Hattie Carniic.il, of would seem very dull without it. Tanlac is sold in Mt.Vernon by Mt. Vernon and Miss V'na Kirby Chas.C Davis; in Hrodliead by the of this place, spent Saturday CHAMRRULAfN'S COUGH Brcdhead Pharmacy, and in night and Sunday with Ciara RIsSMEDV AIDS NATURE. Livingston by IlG. Webb; in Burr Carmical. Mrs. Tom Evans, who Homer Rrnwn. son of Mr. and by W M. O.setis. Medicines that aid nature nro has been so seriously ill with Mrs J. A. Drown und Miss Mahle measles and fever, is slowly im- always most effectual. Chamber Taylor, attractive dauglitcrof Mr. Notice to 2x Spldjers; A representative proving. Well, we are quite sure Iain's Cough Remedy acts on this and Mrs. Tom Tuy lor were marthat Mr. Ground Hog did not see plan. It. allays the cough, re ried Sunday. Their many friends of the Federal Boatd for Vocp. will be at the his shadow the second of Febru- lieves the lungs, aids expoctor wish them the tery best '.things tional Education anywav we are having ation, opens ,the secretions and of life. .Master Carter Owens is Rockcastle Hotel Wednesdav nnd ary, but very disagreeable weather, but aids nature in restorint; the system spending a few days with his Thursday Feb. ICth and 17th. inwe only have to bear it and should to a healthy condition. Thou unit, Mrs. Anna Graybeil at All Ex.serxice men who are try to make the best of it. Com- sands have testified to its good Pittsburg -- HobartGolfe.of Ocala, terested in getting vocational plaining about the weather does qualities. Try it when you have spent Sunday night ut the home training aro ipquesteri to see tills limn. not better the case any. Mr. a cough or cold. of his uncle, W. H. Owens on his M T. Mullins, Comdr. Ground Hog will stay in many way to visit friends at Berea. Ves Brown Post I20 more weeks according to the old Tom Cress was the guest of CarAmerican Legion. way it will not be Cave ter Owens Wednesday night of saying, or any Tho singing school at be a great while until we will bid Ridge closed Sunday with a large last week W. H. Cress has re- WANTED: Men or women to winter a dieu and will welcome crowd and splendid results. Mr turned from Burnside wbero""ho take orders among friends and the beautiful Spring. Mrs. Joe' John C. Kelly proved to be equal spent a few days with his sister-in-la- neighbors for the'genuine guarauuramins, wno uas Deen in wuu to the tusk as instructor in vocal Mrs. Cordio Cress. nteed hosiery, full lino for men, measles is reported some hotter music- .- Died, Feb. 3. the infant Misses Helen nnd LaVern Cvens women and children. Eliminates and is now at the home of her child of Mr. and Mrs Mujrr Al aro on the sick list. Walter daining We pay 75c an hour for sister, Mrs. Charley Shepherd len. T. M. Ponder and wife Owens lias moved his family here spare time, or $36.0011 week for near hero. A small child of Mr. spent'Saturday night with their from Popgp. We aro very glad full time. Experience unnecesand Mrs. Ben Price died Feb. 4, sou. Ben Ponder und attended to welcome ftlr. P wens into our sary. Writo International Stock with measles. This is two chiid- - singing at Cave Rido Sunday. midst. Misses kula Qwens and ing Mills, Norristown, Pa. it lot. ron they have lost within the last1 Harpin Sams is moving to Liw Hster Thompson were the guests two weeks. There will bo ser- - ingston to work for Dr. Webb of Misses Olho. sad Velma Harris vices at this place Saturday and and Alf Sams is to move to the Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Homer Thompson und Miss Grnro Sunday conducted by Rev . Noe- .- house being vacated U Millon Is homo Iroin Ilurnilton, Ohio to spoiid the spring nn. summer nnd nilso a crop Tiilt Hull litis pono to Loo Coutitv to srn Ills father Mr. nnd Mrs Cloyil Kolly, of Hamilton, nro GRADUALLY vMllnw his lii'Diliers, J. C. ICully, ofJmIey, and Stnlih Kolly, of Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More UvIhrsioh und hi mother, Mrs. Ponder Is going buck Wom.a Knew About Cardu. They Would Be Spared HEALTH Thought His Time Had Come, he SLIFM? says Springfield Man Says PUBLIC SALE 1 lth lllv His Condition Was mnkQ Alarming He Began Taking fini-dnvt WILL ON 11 Saturday. February 26th AT 10 A. M. ROCKFORD run-do- 3 M. South of Brodhead ON ALBERT ALBRIGHT PLACE Offer for sale the following personal property : One Bay Mare, 6 years old, J5J hands high One red Cow, 4 years old, giving milk 2 Calves 8 months old One 2-ho- rse nj-ai- HOPEWELL - One Riding Avery Cultivator -- horse Superior Corn Drill with Fertilizer One attachment steel drag Harrow, 9 foot cut One One Oliver Chilled Plow, No. 20 Plow, new One Edison phonopraph 96 good records One lay-oOne Economy King Cream Seperator, brand new 2-ho- voungewes Wagon, 2 in. Birdsell, complete, good as new One Walter A. Wood Mo,Wer, 4J ft cut, new JO good rse ion 2-ho- rse ff oxfi-stead- Two -- Gtearm-Cans- bl-on- Gasoline Engine and small Mill and Belting, 2 H.P. Gasoline Well Drilling outfit Hay Stack, about 2J tons About 400 binds ot Oats WILLAILL A One Blacksmith's Forge, same as new One I -- horse Cultivator Other things too numerous to mention. TERMS All under under $10.00 cash in hand, over $10 00a credit of six or nine months with a bankable note at 6 per cent interest. B.U. SMITH, All Auctioneer .... ARCH HAYES Ky. Drodhead, v GAULEY WITHERS NEWS nOBMHMRMPHt Bon NOTICE SALESMEN WANTED persons having claims Get busy. Keen busv Is vour against the estate of .J. J. Payne, inh finfinfn? Tc if r..intinr.f "Vrtn .. .. , J. WU.U.. ...... iWU deceased, are required to prove want a ife0nfir business. You tho same aa required by law and can get into such a busines sell- memo same wuu u. &. wnmn. fog mor0 than i37 Waikins Commissioner of the ducts direct to farmers if you Rockcastle Circuit Court, on tho'own nut0 or team or team or can 5th. dayjof February, igai, at goto.ne; if you can give bond with tho law office of O. C. Williams.1 personal securities. you in Mt Vornon, Kentucky. with big selling helps. 52 years This Jan. 24th. 1921. in business, 20,000,000 users of T. J. Niceloy, Cleric our products. Writo for infori4 3t Rockcastlo Circuit Court mation where you can got territory, J. R. Watkms Co., DeNOTICE partment C. Winona, Minnesota I have rented th.Q Stock Barn in Mt.Vernon, on Spring Street and will run a feed.! hitching and sqle FOR FLETCHER'S barn, 1- 5- at p. Qeo.Wiustead. Pro-Mast- er Kut. 5-- Children Cry This fine Poland China Boar will make the 1921 Season at my farm, 3 miles from Mt. Vernon, between the Boone and Dixie Children Cry for Fletcher's Thompson ispent Saturday night with their uncle, John Thompson at Level Green. Mary Cum uiins spont from Sunday until Tuosday with her daughter, Mrs --- AHc KdiTin. a Ciradun R Cres Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself, Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine cor other narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Dowels, aids the assfmilaUpn of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- jffrj&f??-Jt7' Kmal supervision since its Infancy. Vuxf?y. aiiow no one to deceive you In this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. J , cucXt "Just-as-goo- d" What is QASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of aw av ALWAYS In Use For Over Jlw Kind Zx6ku - after weeks' stay with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G S. Proctor and other relatives returned to his home u' Indian upolis, lid. S. C. Owuns purchased u cow am( calf from (Junes Cummins for $55.oo. Mrs. Mary Owens, of Spiroaud Mrs. Nannie Vanhook, of Ocala, visitod Mrs EsSophia Owens Fiiday.-Mi- ss ter Thompson spout Monday with her cousin, Miss Lena Thompson. Little Elgio Cummins, who hus been sick for soveral weeks continues very siclc Mr. and Mrs Irvin penny entertained a few of their triends last Fifday night with a musical party. Those present were; Misses. Lula Owens Grace and lytor Thompson and Ollie Harris, Mr. and Mrs Homer Thompson, Messrs. Morris, Cecil and Fred Tlionipon, Delbert Hicks and Carter Oweus. All re. port a good time Mr. and Kirs. Ueunett Drown peut from Sun day until Monday with her parent, Mr. ahd Mrs Jothan Drown ECZEMA I a " " ' a Yu Have Always Bought 30 Years r r- I U HUNT'S I Montr tuck without qutilion 8.1v. hilt lo th lte.tm.nt of ITCH, BCZBMA. RINOWORM, TKTTBR or othtr Itchlor ikln dUcotti. Jty 71 ctot box at our rltk. if jr j i777) 'slYPPioneer Drag Store Mullins is In tho wostorn part of the county this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tli"R. Baker wore guests of Mrs. MaUie Mullins Saturday niht.-Ther- o was a very successful singing closed at Cave Ridge Sunday. Mt.JJohn Kelly us teacher. Miss Sarah Kinard is vory sick and is said to have uppendicitis. Mr. and Mrs EstiJI Mullins and baby, Julian wero'guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Mullins Sat, urday night and Sqndi.y. Willie uarrett, of Hamilton, Ohio, ac companied b hia friends, Messrs ' Edgar II. Woolley and Henry Cecbler, wore guest-- , of bis moth er,.Mrs J D. Allen from Saturday until Monday. They wont to what is lenown as tho horse shoe mountain aud took pictures of rocks and cliff. They express their doirotp visit'tho mountain agujn.--Mj,Mary Mullfns who was reported on the sick Ijst last week is ab)e to bo qui again. The roads still continues very muddy.-.M- r, aud Mrs. Harmon Helton are In Mt. Vornon attend, lng court. Misses May und Jes. sie and Master Bon Durham, of Daugo, were guests of their sis ter, Mrs. Bert Mullins Suturduy night. Joo Vanhook of Mt. Ver. non, representing Hamilton, Arnold & Luzon, of Richmond was with tho merchants horo Friday, There will be services at Cava Ridge Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Parker G. B. Cotton and family of Gunners vilie, have staved back to .this ss CASTORIA highway $1.00 at th- -. Gate JACK HYSINGER Mt. Vernon, Ky. as YOU don't use youmuch do of as has-mere most other Baking Powders. It than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don'tpay a big price for Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTMJ Asberry Howard VS: Commissioner's U. G. Mulling. CIRCUIT COURT iya sold at a moderate price that represents another saving, You don't feel uncertain, as to results Baklnga never Calumet fail because Calumet never falls below tho proven BUodard ot "Best Plaintiff Sale. Defendant by T st," It possesses the highest quality ever put into a Baking cUUly endorsed by United States Food Authorities. Powder. Contains only such ingredients as have been ofli- - strength aa the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plant. . It is important that you use only atralght wheat flour (not seT.riUng flour) and pure, baking powder if you with to obtain the gluten de". mandeil "bF sound health. For weeks, for months, it keeps as, fresh and full of CthtSMt Cold Cake Recipe Yolk of 8 egga, 11 cup of granulated sugar, ii cup of water. l cup of butter, 2Vi cups pastry flour, 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder. 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Then mix in the rsgttj lax way. By virtue of a judgement and order of sale In the above styled action, tho undersigned Master Commissioner of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, will on Monday Febmary, 21st, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock. .P.M. a' the front door of the court house In Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, the following described jwrsonaT property or a sufficiency of same to satisfy a judgement in tho Rockcastle Circuit Court In favor of plaintiff in the above styled action, the property to wit: one span of work mules, about fifteen years of age, one road wagon and two extra wheels, amount of debt to be made 4135.00 with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 16th day of Jan. 1020 nnd cost of this action. Said property will bo gold on a credit of three months, purchaser wll be required to executo bond with surety; but the purchaser may pay cash. 1921. 1 Given uuder my hand thlsjan. 19, C. S. Crlffin, M. C. R.C. CASTORIA For Infants and Children Always bears the place. In Use For Over 30 Years 2W?& SUPPLEMENT MT, VERNON SIGNAL. FEBRUAltY 11, 1921 m Beforo re Deal Sanderson -- LEVEL GREEN Several of our citizens attended court at Mt. Vernon Monday. WM. S. HART STAS IN MOVIES AT BOONE WAY THEATRE FEB. J5th ""ipenT" "gobu" many "seasons I began acting I had work and giving better and more on artistic contribationsto the screen. A LOAD the legitimate, playing leading a squaro Deal JSanderson," roles in the 'The Christian," my latest Artcraft picture, I be- "Ben Hur." "The Squaw Man'' Hove 'that I have done come of "The Virginian," "The Trail of my most artistic work. I put in- the lonesome Pine," "Rome' tir the part of Square Deal all the "MacBeth," and, vlm and energy there is in roe "Lady of Lyons" in the latter tnd, atithl bdlieve, my friends Isac inrt children, spent last " three with Julia Arthur. wui Indorse my belief tllatthe Sunday with Mr, aud Mrs. W. E. You Anderson. Rev. Jos. Cumming And I often wondered in those charactarfUa.me like a glove. i fiUed hls "Ku'ar appojgiment at cm ..- the people You see, Square Deal Is a West- - erner who is brave and daring. I Mt Pleasant Saturday and Sun-Jout in front. Yes, I was genuinecurious to seelmyself as others like auch characterizations be- - day Henry F. Todd was.'inMt. saw me, but thon didn't seom at cause they appeal tome as a man, Vernn Jst Tuesday. Mrs.Chas. " little son, are with all lisely I would ever have the and my friends like them as well. Brown Wy job asporteratthe Rockcastle ner moinerJ" walnut (irovo for When Square Deal, who is a rough opportunity. HoteU Mol lie's gone. Lookingfor a job. Thon came the motion pictures cowboy, Jlearns after a tragedy a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J, and with them a desire on mv of the 'plains that a defenseless L. Thompson were called to Wabd understanding is the stockis battling to save her ranch Thursday to see their little grand part to visualize the characters Elizabeth Bray, wfa flfthB Prnat Wnst tho vnPQ of from a powerful and influential holders in Rockcastle county meet this ragged men I had known and ad- - scoundrel, ho does what any was very sick. Mrs. Jamoa Broyles and Mr. and Mrs. Walter year to hire a county job. would like mired as a child, and which I braVv mn would do in the Broyles, of Plato, Mr. and Mrs. cumstances-i-gto ber aid. were fast passing away. I need the pay to to have this job, I looked at myself in the mir- - Of course, to accombllsh his O. J. Mullins and daughter, spent Sunday with Wade raise the badies on to help educate othror and I said: "No, my son, work, Square Deal is obliged to Mullins and family. Mrs. W. E. you'll never do; that face of impersonate the girl's dead s er people as I have been doing all life. will look worse on screen er, but this is a .trifling thine for Hasty has alrnobtjrecovered from a few weoks illness. M. E. Bar I must be kept busy. I can do a little bit of than it does in the looking glass' him', until he learns, to- love-t- he anything; I've hoboed: built rail roads; worked on Vhv. VAn whoti Kfr Tnn ftrot. olrl anrl ttun Vta GnAm a Dftitun. ton Sr.. of Plato, passed throuz a farm; built turnpikes; built houses; garages; and, Sundy on h,s way tose wanted mo to do picture work I dous task to expose his imposture, oh, you stock barn. Jack McMuln. who is in very laghed at tho idea. "Witb this because he feara he may lose her I have seon both sides of life have made w. a. iauums, of ul ucuim face"? I asked. He wired haelr love. But shn Hn nn h1lv whisky and sold whiaky, got full of it and got Bee Lick, was here one day last y to aae. something to the effect his avowals, for she cannot ouhers full; been in j til, been out of jail; been iied face would j prove my stand the situation in which he week. Mr. Jack DeBord, youngto and lied ou. made aome money, and lost some est son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. finds himself. forfaat. money, and given away more than I have loat. DeBord and Mlsa Saliva Hur at BjraMM means I fwas enticed When 8quare DeaMfinds the daughter of Mr. Now when the day comes round for the stockholdl and Mrs. Wm. andldid my first picture. With coundrels are doing their utaooat Hurst were quietly married at era of this county to select the man they want to 1 more Mmmsnesa than if I'd beea to ruin the girl he loves, his bin as couuty judge, think this matter over, and if the home of the bride last Tuesitself and natur-han- day, Rev. 'a' braco of guns in the 'DC yon want to make a trade with Bill come in or send James Cummins perof a sure shot from the B"y there r0 things doing every forming the ceremony yonr proxies and they will be cast to satisfy which minute. I think th6 screen pub-Owestern cowtowns, I saw myself your wishes. made them one. Mrs. Sallie liko tne way he gets the tho screen. Oh no. I wasn't llc Logidon and daughter, Miss Yours for business happy. I imagined that people better of hla enemies. The story Delta, spent from Friday Until and the betterment of Rockcastle connty. s logical and I hare dune my would throw things at my pic-Sunday with relatives here.- ture face. But somehow they best- to make the picture artist!- - Miss Jowel Bloomer, otOcala, is .allt- a ftllnpnfia Tf. fiMrrftf fi ha T i JtJ.k ".r,-nnr.-- l ?r; r 1.....11,. if "Pending tbeweek with, Mrs.1 '' Bessie Mullins.Mi Wnt H, u yc Brow,wand jj mat my ruggea ieaiures, aetr-V.il j0"11 u Maude Brown tnineu aspect, ana so ou, were "" ' Mrs. Ora spent Tuesday with Mrs. Gertrude astbam.Mr. just the things for the characters POR.SAJ4E. Todd. W., E. Anderson sold a apjLMrs. D. L . ThlUugkaa-ieve.-- u : -- .. er-'r t h. x .v ; , , baby girl at their home. j havt thrfUf, bred Rh0espan of mujes.to .Walter Island Red ch'ckenV" Will sell tot week. -- Mrs Elizabeth Ran- We think the wedding bells will L 00 iimu nas Rone on ana xve settlnm of n aAA at tlnn rwr doinh aak i uu rfmm aimA i.of lutaii Misses. Whe and Ethel Ham m oon ring near Quail. been doing my pest to Improve setting of , e HflVe BomG week to see her mother, Mrs. my wont. I've studied mv own fine cockeris for sale. Phone line Mary Ping whg. is very sick. -- spent Sunday with Mabelfand POSTED. Walter Owena is physiognomy till I know every Mr. and Mrs. A. C. sowdor have Zora Norton. ing 4. tnTs week. posted my landluid Willailla lhdvo line und expression. And I can moved into the house with their moving to W. 0. VlAItS, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gentry will will permit no hunting or tres- control them all. Nowadays I son, G. M. Sowdor to spend tho 'Rockford, Ky. , havo" thoir salSFeb. lo. They paBsing7-under ponalty of the don't feel quite so dissatisfied 16 at-winter. Mrs. Bossio Mullins and ore going to Iowa to make their law. When I sco myself us others see Miss Essyo Biown spent Friday .Sallie und Lhonard Kirby. me. Perhaps I am tho type at with Mrs. J. M. Broyles at Plato future home- Mrs. . Miss Delta Logsdon spent from 16 least the people seem to be satisJ. F. Vaubook, traveling salos Sunday with relafied. And after ull is said and man for Arnold, Hamilton & Lux Friday until For Sale: 500 bales ot clover t tives at Level Green. J no. Craig 1 done, that is what counts. And on grocery Co., was through hay, 40 bales of oats. See or is on the sick list this week. feel that In a way 1 am doing a hero this week calling ou our Gaynes write, S. C. Owens bought of service by perpetuating in tho Comraer merchants. B. A. Riddle, Cummins a milch cow. Price cial celluloid tho figures of the old 16 2t-Conway, Ky. $60.00. Miss Isabelle Gibbons v Signs West the men who went thru was the guests of Mamie Epper SALESMEN WANTED: to experiences that fall to tho lot of A'. I 3 KNTBBK son Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. solicit: orders for lubricatinar oils. all and pathfinders. . n. ' L. B. Brown speni Monaay wun greases and paints. Salary or And I'm thankful too, that Mr. Allen Hlatt. Miss Oma commission. Address what I'vo tried and am trying to .Brown spent Sunday night with O THE HARVEY OIL CO. do, Is appreciated by the public. NOTICE. Cleveland, Ohio. tho recompense for the I have rented tho Stock Barn in work and study and everything Mt.Vernon, on Spring Street aud 6ac9tocSeac8BG9eoci will run a feed, hitching and sale Chat goes with it. It means a Htlrn7-il-LL. W. BETHURIM barn. more than money, let me tell MtVeraon, Ky ATTORNEY AT LAW MT.VERNON, KY. 15 2t p. Geo.Winstead. MT.VXBXOX, KY. WUI jwMtlc in U Ui Court, 8UU No, I'm not satisfied! yet. I and Ftdcral. WUI practlco in all the cuurti. rOH FLETCHER'S Otsceon Caurch 6trt Jeel I can keep improving ay OJBci on Chunk Btmt. g. sow biSb.-- Mr B. Broyles, who is in very poor health, is with her (sister, Mrs. B. CaCtiim for a while before leaving for Golorado for health M E. Barton Jr., of Somersot, is now representing the Daniel Briscoe ;Co and was thru here Jast week calling on the chants. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. JS&XZS ,,!, ? Good People We Got 'Em FLOUR, LARD & want to get yours while the right to feed the habies CAB price y GOING OUT OF BUSINESS: LOST My that I g-- rl "Br, cir-kne- o Jes-sy- e, not that but broth-your- my - -- under-tkatfsi- fight-facing- ,ou-a,8- er ds n , . i""-??-- r, l. . &t1 u-jr- .u,. T '.?.. ..! KJ. .":?' ii..m JWrRUMAt .uo Broyles-DeMer- , QU'ALr eo-e- ns 73-r- m 3t-p- s T D U p. mmWm- M .mmW trail-blaze- rs mm a . " 4 PI NK-- C.C. WILLIAMS J. Children Cry CAST.ORIA' ifc ITS M'A 'ir.t-- - SUPPLEMENT h NON SIGNAL, FEBRUARY 11, 1921 RLMcFERRON -- I v MT. VERNON REAL BSTA rEi . KENTUCKY 2XJL22I3E3SSaXn3C33aE3E3aZEE33XX . ' r ii . i- - Advertise Your Wants n and 3ubscTibeNdw for the" : flail! fertum Stptil j $ . t . NMWf W(i ' O i