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Mount Vernon signal: February 18, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921021801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 18, 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. DTCOX)BED ,.9' u f rub at mkmmr SJSLo,! fvp - Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway 3flonn( it FOR A GREATEf, ROCKCASTLE" let s.ACi - Centrally.'L'ocaed between Cincinnati; Knoxvillc & Louisville r v. Established J887 34th Year No. J 7 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, KentucI Friday Afternoon, February 18, 1921 Price $1.50 PER YEAR! IN ADVANCE VOTE FOR K.J. McKINNEY FOR Quaker Minister Is Grateful to Tanlac LADIES AND GENTLEMEN COUNTY CLERK AND GET A SQUARE DEAL REMEMBER ME MY PLATFORM IS: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you' LITTLE The Section Man race. S. E.Cot- longim lefc Sunday for Seaman, Ohio, where wo will be married to Miss Lillian Humble, daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Humble. They will spend ton weeks in New Orleans, Jacksonville and other points of south before returning homo. They will begin housekeeping at Livingston for tho present Mr. is an L & N. fireman and anico aud h'g'ily respected young man. Miss Humble is the beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Humble. 11 days-or-two Cot-tongi- ru TOM that he was in Subject to the Action of The Republican Primary Saturday, August 6, 1921 DONT FORGET OLD K. J. Ik-i- KOI JUDGE II. C. KENNEDY PBI1 ivb rfg . . f J. H: 'Barnott was here front JSbftlby vlHe:JUekrTrMTrraB 'Mrs. Ernie Hcrrin are here from Kubanks the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Storms Mrs Floyd Miller and little daughter, Suellu, of Mt. Vernon, visited Mr. and Mrs Ben Uraig Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George Frith, of Brodhead from Stanford TO THE REPUBLICANS OF, 1 T fan Wo wish to congratulate Mr. Cot-tongi- m Bev.Tparker Moon Nearly everybody In southwest Missouri either know of or has heard of the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a full half century has devoted his lite and talent to Sun- r - ROCKCASTLE C( LADIES AND GE$Pj I Knoxville, is with relatives hero this week. Dr. Frith is expected Friday.- - Tl-play, -- The Red Rosette," which was given hero last Saturday was very much enjoyed by a largo audionce.Tho characters were Mrs. H. E. Christie, Miss Pearl Hicks, Miss Hazel Albright. Messrs. Granville Owens, J. W. Wallon, Jarrett, Loroy Albright, Wm. Sowdei, O. E. Wallen. Each did their part fine and it was n very pleasa.it evening for everyone. Robt. Spence was here from Berea during week. J. F. Watson was in Mt. Vernon between trains Sunday to see his grandson, Austin Spark Dur-hiwho has been vory sick for .several days. J. H. Laswell purshased a farm near the fair ground from Dr. W. F. Carter. A. P. Taylor attended the burial of his brother, Joe Taylor, at Ramsey burying ground, near Mt. Vernon, Monday. V. P. Rigsby returned to his home at Nicholasville Thursday of last week. He was accompanied by his little niece, Inez Robins, who will spend a few weeks with Nicholasville relatives. Mrs. A. T. Vaughn and a Mr. Harris were naarriea last week. Joe Carter is hero from Shelby county this week. Jacob Elder was at home from Livingston Saturday and Sunday. He is clerking in one of the stores at that place. Aunt Jemima Middlotou is with Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Carson this week. Jesse Fish, of near Mt Vernon was a visitor in our town latter part of last week. J. H. Laswell & Son will install a Midget flour mill here in tho near luture on the old Frith mill site. This will bo a great benefit to our town and wo glad, lv welcome them into our midst. Mrs. Walter Robins and little sons, wero in Mt. "ornon from Al-be- rt m Stmdayuntll-TuieBdaTwlt- h rela- - tivos and frionds. They wero accompanied home by Miss Jo Davis. Mrs. Ida Adams was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Bronstou Elder were here Sunday. Miss OafaBrown,;of jtrear" Quail? Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Storms. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Car ter, have returned from Harri man, Tenn.. where the have been spending the winter. -- Mr and Mrs. James M. Frith and little son, James Jr.. were In Corbin Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Colninr McCall -- D. C. McCullan, of Junction City, was a pleasant callei in our town again recently Some attraction across the river Alfred Owens has purchased the lot on Main Street between R H. Hamm and J. M Owens. Ho expects to build on same soon. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Northern are oacic from Harlan Misses Mary nnd Ruby McBee were in Mt. Vernon Sunday to visit their little sister, Martha, who is mak icg her homo with her uncle, W G. McBee. Miss Tabitha Hiatt of Mt. Vernon, visited her sister, Mrs. Ben Craig from Friday until Sunday Josh Wilson was in Crab Orchard Saturday and Logan Storms, of Corbin, was a week end visitor with bis father, I. R. Storms last week. Miss Selby Payne, Mesdamos Andrew Johnson, aud Lou Owens were in Mt. Vernon last week shopping. The second program of the Lyceum Course, Wednesday evening, was largly attended and greafly enjoyed. Mr. Sears is a very interesting character and everyone feels satisfied with his program The next program will appear Wednesday evening of next week, Feb. 23rd. McDonald Birch Co., a trio of talented (artists in an evening of magic, mirth and music. This will be one of the most interest- ing programs of the course and one welch will appeal to young and old alike. Mrs. J.M. Roberts aud jittle daughter' Olive, and son, Master foe, are with relatives In Stanford this week. The many friends of Tom Mc- Roborts regret vory much to hear ot his death at his homo at Sicoro, Ind., which occurred Friday, Feb. 11. He was a brother of Mrs. J. G. Frith and spent many months of the last year here with her and other relatives. His death was caused from re sults of tlu. Our sympathy is extended to the boroaved ones Undo B'. F. Franc'sco was in Maretburg Tuesday. Sun-day. nut otreet by addition of a new for tho Society of Frionds of also told I had heart trouble. room. Hardin Sams has moved Quakers. " I had read about Tanlac and, his family to our town. Livings"Uncle parkor," us lie is more as it had been very highly recom. ton was well represented at the familiarly known, came from fiuo mended to mo. I decided to try it. show at Mt. Vernon last Saturday old ruggedQuakcrstouk.und thorc I got a bottle and had taken only night. Those who attended wero is not a better known or moro a few doses until 1 could notice a Messrs S. K. Price, Stanford highly respected citizen in that marked improvement in my con- Smith and Joe Fewell. Misses part of tlio state. In referring dition. I noticed especially that Sallie Price, Ethel Hayes and to his remarkable restoration to I was not troubled any more Roxio Smith. They report a nice health by Tanlac , ho said : with sour stomach after eating, time. Mr. and Mrs. B. C: " About five years ago I suf- - which was a great relief, nee. were here between trains fered a general breakdown. My " I kept on taking Tanlac until My opponent has now held this office six years longer, making Sunday eurouto homo to Paris principal trouble was nervous in- - I fully regained !my health. My in all twelve years, and has drawn more than S 50,000 00 in salary from Mt Vernon Mrs. B. H. digestion. My appetite was very apetito is splendid; . I enjoy my from it. And back of that he was Commonwealth's Attorney &c. Griffin and little son, li. H., went poor and my food soldom agreed meals and I do not find it neces- Now he is asking you for a third term as Circuit Judge which would to Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs.JAb' with me, ana i Had to live on a sary now to take any laxative make eighteen years in that office. I am asking you for a first term. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, was here very restricted dtot. I suffered a medicines of any kind. 1 can I do not believe that long tenure in office results in good to the between iraius Monday and great deal from headaches and sleep mnch hotter and am not people. A change once in n while is helpful. Six years ago you Warren returned to dizzy spells; 1 hud sevoro pains nearly so nervous. were urged not to swap horses in the middle of the stream. Now " I tako great pleasure iu across tho small of my back aud their home at London Sunday. you are again very solemnly given the sanu mlviss. I am afraid we was badly constipated most of recommending Taniac to anyone H. F. Hibbard, of Cedarville.was are staying to long in the stream. in our town Monday. Macl: Mar- the timo. In fact, I was so weak who needs n good system builder, It was a real pleasure last week to renew old and and rundown I was not able to at- or who sudors with stomach trou-bltin was in Stanford Saturday. make new ones in your splendid county. You huvt- u'.ways treated I havo recorarnetided Tanlac Mr. aud Mrs. Clell Pike, of lndi-un- tend to my duties. me very kindly and nicely, and I shall ever hnvea warm place in my made me very to a groat many of my friends are visiting his parents, Mr. 'This condition and am pleased to reach others heart for the good people of Rockcastle County. and Mrs. J. li. Piko.Phil Wil- nervous and I could not sleep at by giving tins statement for pubI earnestly hope that this race shall he free from bitterness; son is having nn addition built night. Frequently I would lie lication." that there shall be no mud slinging or newspaper slush. All I ask is a S. E. Heltard awake most all night and was in to his house. Tanlac is sold in Mt.Vernon by clean, fair primary at which eveiy Rtiubliccinoter flmll te peirr.it-teis doing the work. Miss Ella that condition more ,or loss for Chas.C. Davis; in Brodhead by tho to vote as they desire and have their votes counted as cast. If Mae Blanford lias returned from live years. My physician said 'no Brodhead Pharmacy, and in one illegal vote would make me Circuit Judge I would decline it. a weeks visit with relatives at could not do anything fur me jnud Livingston by II G. Webb; in Burr I amcoming among you from time to time and hope we shall Knoxvillo.--Mand Mrs I W. suggested a change of climiito. I by W.M. Owens. know each other better as the months go by. And I want each indiCatlin, of Highland Pane, has revidual voter in Rockcastle County to knowjthat I shall greatly appreturned home after a fuw days will be missed in this cnuniuuitv ciate your vote and influence. visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ho was an L. & N. Engineer. He And if nominated and elected, as I honestly believe I shall be by This must bo April as most Niceloy. Muck Martin and Al- will bo buried with Masonic honor nn overwhelming majority, I pledge myself to make the District such fred Pike wore in Mt. Vernon at Richmond Wednesday The everybody started the plow this a fair, just and impartial judge that you will never have cause to A Union Singing be Masonic and Junior orders has weoir- .- Mr. Robert b Monday. Spence, regret having voted for me. gan at tho Baptist Church Mon- lost one of their list members, our County Agont and Mr. A. day night and will continue fur this community tins lost a good M. Hiatt, of Brodhead will ho Sincerely yours. ten nights. Mr. and Mrs. Georo citizen. Ho leaves besides a wife, at Rock Springs school house II. C. KENNEDY. Griffoy went to Bond Monday to two small sons aud a host of Saturday night to dhcuss farm Somerset, Ky. spend a few duys with relatives. friends to mourn his Joss. The problems and organize an agriFeby. 14, 1921. J. F. Stanley has sold his half following citizens of Livingston cultural club. Mr. Martin Scott, stock of goods belonging to An- attended tho funeral of T. C. a prominent young man of this derson & Stanley to Anderson Wolch at Richmond Wednesday: place and Miss Elizabeth Bush, Messrs. C. M Martin, W. II. of Clark County, woro quietly aud Mr Anderson will continue tho business. -- O. D. Bryant, of Cottongim, J. li I ugan, Hugh married at the homo of the bride Mt. Vernon was here between Jennings, G. W Murphy, David near Winchester, on the 0th. -trains Monday. Mrs. J.fl.Owens Smith, R. E. Qu nn, W. N. Riggs, F. F. Bullock is still confined to Miss Nancy Nicoloy is visiting proved. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. who has been quite sick is some O. :L. Bhck, l,' J Rice, J. R.' his room with measles. relatives at Highland Park. D. Oruary, of Louisville, passed thru better at this writing. Married, Mink, Win. Sing eton, J. F Stun-toy- , A JUDICIOUS INQUIRY. K. Argoubright was homo from to attend tho funorul of T. C, H. F. Niceh , F. E. Muliius, On last Thursday, James A well known traveling mtn Mt. Vernon Sunday. He says Wolch at Richmond. Rev. A. J. aud Miss Celia McKinney C. C. Brown, 11 rrv Prouso and who visits tho drug trado, gays they are having a very busy Pike, of Brodhead, was here to- went to Jellico where they were Dr. Amyx. Mr and Mrs. Cleo has often heard druggists ask court Well, up to this good day enroute to see his brother, made mun mid wife. Best wishes McClure, Mrs. R E Q'liuu, Mrs. he a customer, who wlshod to buy & hour Monday night, we Livings-to- Mat, who is vory sick. Win. for them.-Mr- s. W. T. Amyxhas Mag,'io Murtiu, Mrs. l M. cough medicine, whether it wus people have failed to receive Fullas, of Lebanon Jet., was here returned from Burning Springs Mrs. Duvid Smith and .for u child or an adult and if for our Signal, which Is an unusual botween trains Tuesday.--B- . II. whero shg has been vUitlng rela- Mrs. W. H Cot'ongim. a child, they almost Invariably occurrence. Wo uro at loss to Griffin, of Frankfort, was hero tives for the past two weeks. recommended Chamberlain's know what went en in the county j today on his way to Ml. Vernon. Mr. T. C. Welch, of this place, Cough Remedy. JThe.reasmi for last weeir. Jacob Wdor, who is Davo Clark, candidate for died Manditr. He was tick only this is that they kuow there Is uo clerking in tho Company store sheriff, was in our town Tuesday a few on without hours and died almost in Montr tck Silv (.11.cutitthi danger from it aud that it always l( HUNT'S In bore, was at Brodhead Sunday shading bauds with tho boys. It stantly. Ho was a member of trutmtnt of ITCH. KtZEMA. cures. There is nut the least KINQWOKM, TET1 KK cr with homofolks. Mrs. W. B. looks like he is u winner. Wo'ilm Mnsnnie un.l Junior orders. otlitr Itchlntf tkln C'tcasr.. danger iu giving It and for colds Try a Ti ctnt bo at cur ilik. Manning, who has boon qulot will say that the man that beats director of tho Citizens Bank of croup and whooping cough it U sick for sotno timo is much iui. him will have to acknowledge this place and a good citizen. He "ftPPioneer Drug Store j unsurpassed. Mul-tin- s Mr. aesire to mane tms.tormal announcement to yoa'ofilKcQnQi- -' dacy for the Republican nominntionfor.Jrciiit-.TiidrilMl'iri - if '"""' Srrjfti I'l f jh, ""j "" ' juaiciaiaiLi9tnct, 'i""T2 t" at tne August Primary. Six years have gone by since I was a candidate for tBTs nomination before. At that primary I was denied a single election officer, challenger or inspector in either Rockcastle or Pulaski Counties, and was the victim of much other fraud and unfairness, as the result of which the small majority of two hundred and seventy one votes was counted against me in the district. But rather than imperil the chances of the Republican State Ticket which stood for election that year, I submitted to all of this and declined to wage a contest which I have no doubt would have resulted m my being declared the nomi"" r.i. t . . - ? , .5Vk W Mi in his selection as a life partner. We wish lor tnem a bright and happy future and may tney never have a cause or desire to regret the step vthay .Clark Is rhave taken..-Willi-am then moved to Texas and went back and forth three times but did not get the relief I had hoped for. Finally 1 got so bad off 1 was not able to '?et arouud with xr' Jmpxpyi5gih1ipxo'pertyAnlwai. .. - TV. .Wir P I""wa"s &;t"$ ft t e a, r. BROMO Livingston n Sum-broo- k Cot-tongi- f&ZEffJk' 11 W77) J , toll a-ISfi. t" MT. ntrel VERNON t Ihf Mt V.tnon, Ky. I'ontolir ae SIGNAL Judue tTimil-n Frunkfort, Ky. lanuaiy ntu Mullins, lt Vernon, Ky. 21, lost. -- MOUNT VhiRNOK, KY FRIDAY, FKHIIIMUV 3S 1921 nit nuiltcr. AN ALL STAR I'ublished every Friday by It. II. Ml 1.1. UK ANNOUNCEMENT to annotiuv We lire authorized subject to the action of ttic Re publican Party at nest August frlnviry. K. .1. DKTIURUM For Circuit Judge. T. J, BALL For Circuit Com t Clerk. W.T. (BILL) DAVIS, Circuit Court Clerk. J ESSE M. Dour Sir: Mr Pierce Butlor. our RridcP V, t'iM'er, has referred to mo the mutter of the closure of the old 10.ul a l.iv'ugsion and the dis-11- 1 thru; of tlits present bridge cross Wound Stone Creole, which iloiita d has ben made Uvw this Department by the U AN R. R Coinpiny, in consideration of fiiMMmWJi!.. M- jmKppF' v Ji CAST ! W& FAMOUS Rural American 25 Thorobred Race Circuit Court Curl.. onnoRD JOHN P. PICO, Represen.atlve 81st DUtrlct. CAM MULLINS For County Judge. b. V, BOWMAN, County Judge. LKK WAItD Countv Judge T. J. NICKLRY For County Court Clerk. MIIS. LEILA MAY COOPJiR.. County Court Clerk. For County Court Clerk For Sheriff. WADE H. LIVESAY for Jailer. jOHKC. HOWARD . Fdr Jailer LILTI.E TOM TAYLOR For Jailer JOHNNY CLONT7, For Jailer REV. WM. M. 1). G. CLARK W X". CROMEIt mmiiAM ForSurvejir DF.LLARD COTTON. "Magistrate 4th iJlstrict ALL FOR HETHUUUM. The editor of the Signal talked with the people generally duriug the term of court just concluded, with the view of getting the sentiment in tn coming race for judge. From what wo learned duriug court, and from what we already knew as to conditions in the county, the Signal gives as its opinion that Judge Bet'iurum will sweep this'county and secure practically every vote that will bo cast at the coming August clec tlon. The people all say that they propose to stand by Judge Bethurum for many seasons, prominent among which is, that he is a good Republican, and tlioy know that well. This county will not back any other kind of a candidate. Judge Bethurum was born and reared in this county. He practiced law here till he removed to Somerset in 1906. He nas always been popular among his old, friends . and, neighbors, and it seemS tat he is more so now th&orat any time in his whole life He' has made a tine record on the bench, and the people say it is not good business to trade a good trusty hor&e, for one that has mot been tried ; that it is bust to hold on to the one that ha proven his worth. He is sober ami honest and has always been. He has always beeu on the right side of all mural questions, and these things are well known by the folks here He Is a self made man. Be labored with his hands and earned the means with which cir-cu- it their meeting the expense of the (iinin span of overhead bridge across their tracks. I note your letter to Mr. Iliulor the citizens are interpos. ing some objection to the count agreeing to this demand of the I'riih'oad company. I would advise that it is not .teeusMiry for the present road to e closed nor the o'd bridge re mnviM until the completion at cigarejte. Flavor is that point, and I see no valid sealed in by loaslinji reason tor this objection on the part of the citizens as the present rind and bridge wil.not bp needed after the completion of frlwmrw work." This Department has eudea vored in every way possible to he paid lor his education, and assist Kockcastle County in road the people hero know (if hi- strug building, and has not only al hi"1' Ho deserves git's in early ready expended several thousand much for tli t tje ,i,i wljju. Tdo.l.ir.s (,f the State's monev to he has accomplished. ward that end but has under Judge W.T. U.tvis, Circuit contract, and will have under dis contract later on, projects to the Judge of the riuct, . tU Ci -- extent of iuldit,iopal larifesnma 0J4 niihsioners to name as a .luror money, and I must be frank and no man who drinks or who - say that if your county cannot meet this rtq ues Uiftke-railra- d as- upen company I am constrained to fed timer with liquor violations Judge Davis la made of the right that our activities in Rockcastle kind of stuff and the sooner ilus County should be curtailed. I trust that you will immedi is put in to practice all over the ately endeavor to have the ncccs country the bettor our country will be. Wo say put some women sary papers with the Louisville on our juries, if the men will & Nashville Railroad Company not do their duty in these properly executed and signed so whiskey and murder cases cans. that this matter can be closed up ed by whiskey drinking give and permit our contractors to tile women a whack at th m and begin work at an early date. If they will get what is coming to this matter is neglected and not attended to this proposed con them. structlou at Livingston will be imperilled and responsibility to all those interested in the com Ji(A."t"H plttion of the Dixie Highway will need to rest whejre it belongs and not upon tins othce. Capt. Greene, Supt. of the Very truly yours, State Road Camps, was here Joe S. Boggs, Tuesday and brought six more State Highway Engineer. boys from the Reformatory for this county. He toolc one man Frankfort, Ky. back with him on account of time February 3, I921. being up. There arh lo men in Judge Cam Mullins, Camp here now and they are Mt. Vernon, Ky. doing good work. Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge receipt of yours of the and inst., and am glad to note that all necessary papers in connection with closure of the passway at Livingston, Ky and the abandonment of the old Life is a burden when the body bridge have been properly execu is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes ted and signed by your county despondent and downhearted. To officials. This will enable the bring back the sunshine take Louisville and Nashville Rail I road Company to cooperate with COLD MEDAL this Department in the construction of bridge across their tracks RfftlLEM n si a and Roundstone Creek, IB viiiivfifjfauuyi aa:i.a.'vs! Yours very truly, The national remedy of Holland for over 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains reJoe S. Boggs. sulting from kidney, liver and uric acid Slato Highway Engineer. troubles. All druggists, three sizes. 111 Raciog Drama ;l.i 5mi irSTRlKE Horses Hundreds of People M XZZJAg - i. Bell-Harla- n aalud-.thtt-JW- E s E The Great Race Horse Scene Tim rescue Cold Molasses from the burning stable Wessely Barry catch the greased pig The Big Midway with its freaks & fakirs ( s 7 II rfr1tSjMUl Vfw-'- ' .Be on Every day is a big day at the the grounds early. Come early. County Fair. Bring the children 9 Nights I ZXt BETTER DEAD I ONLY D BOONE WAY THEATRE MT. VDRNON, KY. tXSPQCH Wed. & Thur. Admission S5eand 35e ever remain incomplete in its effectiveness. "Can't 1 live a Christian out of the Church?" Yes, my friend, iustas easily as you can make a fire with one stick. "L'5ok at that wood tire. There must be three or four sticks to make a wood Now, take those blazing fire. sticks out of the stove and put them singly on the ground and see how quickly they are black and dead. Come to church Sunday morn ing and Sunday night Subject. 10:4s A. M. "The church that is in thy house." 7:30 P M. "The ! FEB A 3-- 2 War Tax included This Message Is For You,. Not the .... - Other Fellow REAL BARGAIN LmIc for the nine Gold M.Jal on ctcry box ad accept uu i.nitetioa BOElXt i iXXft Moved to Old Miss Kate if Property CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR INDIGESTION AND CONSTIPATION. "Tho nicest and pleasantest nediciue I have used for indigent on and constipation is Chamber Iain's Tablets," writes Metard F. Craig. Mitldlo drove. N. Y. Thev work like a charm and do ntt ifiipe or leave any unpleasant ffeet NO r ICE. All Stand -- s. C.C.WILLIAMS AtrnayatLa Will persons having c'lilms agai' st the estate of R 0 Mm. 'My, docetsed, ate required f Moore prov the same, as required under u"d file the sanin with G S. Oriflln, Master Com iiiissioner of the Rockcastle Cir cult Court, on the ,sth day of ?oLn,? February, ilbi, at tho law office of C. C. Williams, in Mt Vernon, Kentucky This lanuary 4,192i. T. J. Nlcoley, Clerk, . Rockcastlo Circuit Court. 16 2t KY. ' AGENTS WANTED Lady or Gentleman Agent wanted In the city of Mt. Vernon 1 2X21 to sell tho gonulne J. R, Watkins dtdidiu"), Spices, Extracts, Toilet Preuurat ons, etc. All or spare j& b. W..BETHURUM w V, time. A wonderfut'opportunlty AT'lt'ltNl.V AT LAW W MtVeruoo, Ky M ft loget into business for yourself. MT VKKNON, UV (.rtctioc in all the Court), Sum Write today for free particulars Will iiruetlcu in till the court.. and Federal. Office 011 Church Street ty iiul sample. V J. R. Watkins Co. 61 Office ouCtiurrhtitrcet. Memphis, Teun. Main Street W.R. GOTTg MT. VERNON, Produce i ivrrryr As you read these lines do not think they are intended for some awful sinner who is sadly in need of the teachings of he church You are the one No matter who jou are, or what your occupation or station in life Is Ym are the one iutended and urgod to come to church (regularly. All the church work others may do, however enthusiastic and earnest and well directed their efforts, will trial of Jesus." n ;vor make up lor your absence. U. N. Burnotte, I'noy may accomplish a gieat Minister. inuny. things for t'e church and for huiniuity, but thev can never 1T ffl.ftukbdL-L.ccomphsh the particular jfood Montr fetch without qacttlon which results trom ouratiuid. If HUNT'S Slv blU In the treatment of ItClt. ECZEMA, ice N)b)dywill ever be ab'e R1NOWORM, TETTER or mm f Fy other Itchlnf tkla dlecetet. t fill your place It is there f w MA Trr " h' ' our ,,k ou mm you ouiy, aim mi iuiir as g BYDPioneer Store son .stuy.awav, the ohutch will About 75 jutos (if Innd in Rockcastlo County, Has two room log house, small barn and other outbuilding Some of the land cleared and in cultivation. Balance in timber. Enough tim-bon the place to pay for it. Untlor fetice. Title perfect and prica only 700.00. Terms one half cash nndjbalance in one and two years, This is a snap for some ono. It will not bo on the market long at this juice. ACT while you have the clianc. pporturiities like th:s do not knock at your do r everv day. For full par. ticnlars See, write or phone either OR oi CD. SUTTON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Hughes & McCarty KY. Drug STANFORD, "IT SAVED MY LIFE if TIm FnHh TriM ri Wwhir to PE-RU-N1 A a tva rub hm unn-.tTWi- m you Uul It uva tar tile. I C4.B Buee4 ullnc A letter tuijriBilgwen(lniUer01eUa I reel but tn on U rue4 lo rceoTer ku. Cmaite Axeriro. tndUne, R.r.U.Ho.1, Utruo, ie la Mrtm mm oJ Utltli Perfcepe jroa know mleery, ttrery wbt It mem to hT your (UUyduliee novemeat n effort, etomecb ttnngti, peine la the heed, leik end lolue rouet ol the time, oeme rw end quiver--. Ui not moment dey or nijht (re rrom eufferinf. to ecy dek bs4 tuSeriag lli. tM Uhi( Gencraljnsurance Rob'mNo.8 Millr"uIIdlng MteVepnon - Kentucky D. C. CRAIG V0(Wti4 the promU tomio. TMUTtMLWM DanjM.AiieptiicBdld. TehePe-nwi- e, i6-4- tp fT" hl raiTwac twt curt nt&t ewejr. Dooteie J M" M T . V 10 UX SIGNAL l, mT.Veiinon, Vo ,& 1921 0 N -- ?siammmmimmMmmmmi iinmim .POOR BLOD IS JUST LIKE SLOW POISON I .r r- - Vt lounviut OTiKr . MnkesJYou Feel Lnzp and Discouraged. Vqu Get Noth' ing Dono CKXKXCHKHmK t t NtHvmt n n.co. t. ..v Y'.i TIMB TAKLK. 6.00 p m 50good cigarettes 8:27 PEPfO-MANGA- N PURINES norm lli south , 21 dotith 21 am p m fcfc tor lUc from one sack of 12:17 12:L'i2am JAS. LANDKUM, Agent. GENUINE Phone No. 8. BULL' DURHAM Mntt$&teQ Tune Up Your Blood with Tt. Notice the Difference with Rich Red Blood in Yonr Veins The man or woman or the child with a complexion, a pale wan face, has blood that is filled with poison. Instead of rich red blood coursing through their veins, they are trying to get along with blocd that is weak and thin. It doesn't carry qualities through body. You see those men and women every day. They ate so tired. Their shoulders droop They slouch ItisalUheyoan do to get around SsTsoon as "you" begin to feel that way take Popto Mangan, e. the It will clear uvvay the poisons and! make your blood rich with red corpuscles sickly-looking life-givi- EJGrGrS ;? i "Lbiiu Star' Worker's,' ATHTKiall.'Tr" Cleo V. Martin, Pino Hill .Iolloiy Club, Lucy Hayes, 7 O P. W. tluli, Sherman Kidd, 11 Starns Freeman, Berea, Monroe Uobtown, Leo Bowling, 1(5. ORGANIZED JUNIOR AGUI TOBACCO CULTURAL CLUBS. Tlio following inn list of junior Skis Agricultural Ulubs with leaders ntid'iiunibor of members for 192I. letins, Club Pins, etc will soon Sratfold Ctuir, Ora Viar.s, 10 bo ready for distribution. Ploasai t Hill, Hneker Rue Iter, 0 Pleas j in Run, Orliin Gilliam, 8 1020 Honor Roll. Wilmstt Chape!, Not reported, 7 The following Club Members Climax Club, Niuli.Vti Mnllins, J will receive a certificate of Merit. j Calloway Club, CJrubb, l'J. TtlFSK "co rtTricu tes" ore in tiiool-- " D.ivls Branch, Mr. Abney, L'O lice of tlio County Agent, Btrea, Maple Grove, Charlie P.tr.sons, 7 they will Red UlilT, J. H. Wolf, 8 near future. lltitiiiuell Grovo, U. L Cuter, 7 Frank Johnson, Orlando, 9O Royal Oak. 1: Abuev, Jr, 18 Keo Abrams, Big Hill, 80 WaUllitj.Qrovc, 1I..U. Uullpu.fi Wright Kelly, Crab Orchard, 95 Macidonia, J. M. Laswell, 10 So Poplar G ip, P. l. aiiiKloton,22 F.irris Kully, Grab Orchard Rosa Carter, Wildie, 9O Norton Club, Egbert Builock, 8 Jessie Johnson, Orlando, 85 Gove, J. W. Kiddle, 9 Cr Lovcll, G lithaLNIcNew. Orlando, Menta McQueen, Berea, 90 Green Hill, S. P. Laudill, 20 Hazel' Carter, Wildie, 9o Uub Scout, A. U. Strong, 11 Geo. N. Thompson, Maretburg, 70 .Silver Creelt, Prof. How nun, 8 -- For Hatching SmlHTJlim "S '.'" "'V'" (J) """ r ' in t'-- Di-u- in-th- e well-kno- wn blood-tom- Pure BredRJLRecL Eggs For Hatching? , DO YOU WANT J LdiciUe-Baleay-Ber- in both liquid and tablet form. One has tlio same niedidinal value as the other. Take either kind you prefer, -- J$nt be surt-yoS- et til Rcnunip Pep'o.ManjauVX7idot The full name. "Gude'a Ppntn. Mangan," should bo on the pack- 90 ago. Advertisement. -- t VT7E, -- IF SO -- GALfc-X3N-TH- E PEOPLES BANK, Mf.Vernon FfRST STATE BANK, Lwinjsfon the above Banks, believe in helping our friends, especially those who produce, in their efforts to get more and better Poultry. We are with our County Agent in working putting more and better Poultry in Rockcastle Co. co-operati- Total Nnuiber 27il The above is a complete list Clubs for 1921. There are a number of other club members reported but not organized into a club. This will be done later. The Progressive Reds at Mt. Vernon have not repotted their organization, neither lias the Big Hill Organization reported. . I have nn enrollment of seven members reported as "Sammies of Tomorrow" in Red Bud Community. There is no president, secretary or club leader reported. The County Agent would be glad to have a report concerning this club. When all the club members THEY APPEAL TO OUR have been reported and clubs orSYMPATHIES. ganized there will be about 350 The bilious and dyspeptic are 400 members. to If there is a Com m unit v that constant sufferers and appeal to dcsUps to have a Junior Agricul- - ur nyiaiFaiuius. Mirny sucn now nV0 hoon completely re niml Phil. ,.li..ir..,mi A.,..ni.,eVPr. to h.ettUh h the Us0 of for enrollment cards at once. storud. Quail, Ottawu, Level Green, Chamberlain's Tablets. These "'Stlitm the stomach, Urodhead, Brotno, Mnreiburg,l!ab.,uts Cedarville and Gum Grove should invigorate the liver and improve have a Junior Ajcultural .Chili.. tho digestion. They also cause The County Agent desires help Tirt'eVATo'jnuirortTnjToweir When you have any trouble with along this line, especially iu your stomach, give them a ttial. of the Ori-ani.e- d Pennington, Wildte, Margaret Fish, Mt. Vernon, Byron fursnns, Berea, Glcnna Johnson, Orlando, Ida Mae Broclt,Crab Orchard, 70 Russell A Nicoley, Mt. Vernon 85 Clayton H. Evans, Orlando, 75 Vulah Proctor, Orlando, 85 Harrison Lamb, Paint Lick, 75 Lettie Barrett, Berea, Charles Barrett, Berea, Ronald Lake, Berea, Willard Baker, Berea, Lura E Hiatt, Mt. Vernon, Earl Kelloy, Crab Orchard, Evorett Reynolds. Mt. Vernon, 88 Cecil Hysingor. Mt. Vernon, 80 R. IS. Proctor, Orlando, 80 Kobt. F. Spence, County Agent. Berea, Kentucky. JOHNETTA. Not much doing at Johnetta We are having some fine weather guess the ground hog didn't see his shadow, and therefore we will bave an early spring. The writer has been gone to Modison Co. on a visit to friends and relatives ind has failed to note the happenings in this vicinity. Mrs. Thomas McCracken has been very poorly for some time, she was reported a little better yesterday. J. F. Dooloy and son have their store house at Threelink completed and are ready to wait on tneir customers. Miss Effie B. Chasteen who is attending the Eastern Normal at Richmond was at homo last Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. I. A. Chasteen ship-pea coop of turkeysand received 50c per pound. John L. Phillips and Ira Ash were at this place yesterday hunting for hogs, but did not lind any, it seems that hogs aro scarce. We would like to speak a word to the candidates, wo know you all wish to be elected aud you aro all fellow citizens and ofcourse arojlooking for a bet- ter Rockcastle; therefore we sug gest that you stand on your own merits for if you can not stand on your own merits you certainly can not hope to stand on some one else's demerits. Yours for a better Rockcastle. d . vely . Begging on the first Saturday in March and continuing through April, we will have at our anks Pure Bred R. I. Red Eggs tor hatching at a cost of $i.oo per setting (15 egg setting). You can either pay cash or get them on time to be paid for next November i, without interest. Send in your orders now. Let us know if you want us to Ihelp you. Let every old hen set and raise a family. " Come in and let's talk the 'matter over:"" 3ahirs-A- 1 1 I MILLER, Mt. Vernon .H .FLOYD tATTvSrodtieaii" M-- C. C. BROWN, Livingston . All Club sunnlics such Record books, instruction as'o 1 'L. f il. Olgnal tfie C ajfij ftimwiM ISThud'DrachEJ CASTORIA For Infants and Children. P.Q5TJ&0 .. I have posted my land aud will permit no hunting or tres. passing, under penalty of the law. :w(j Leonard Kiuby. I6- -3I p. CASTORIA For Infants and Children A Rut That Didn't Smell After Being Dead for Three Months "1 iweir It Sjrln N. J.). behind 1 barrel. Montbi afterwards, my wifelookcd behind the barrel There It was dead p sells in three sizes tor 35c. 65c. 11.25. Sold and guaranteed by n v-o- In Use Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Katnap months." writn m df ad threerat every day: putMr. J. thii "lu ton Always bean the Signature For0vr3OYars lSSSSSSSSSl Always tlnftthcStom&l Bears the Signature j 3MXWi0WrERCNT. ( Cheerfulness ana n Iffl yrrz. illacraL l!C-i- notjuvkw of Mr Ujr Xfilu m as r't ln ft iy; ' jUrfxifouneSi MvtmvnfJ JbcUUiSt t a i"C Ee hv In i,f.AUtmedvftC Ayr 4j Use For Over W$2 M I TosioFStEEP TMlmiteS'isSS, -- .! BSf y sum m riimrwAiz,4M ttv NElX-SSi- Sn . w"2SS? thirty Years j Ji CASTORIA TMC OFFICE WANTKD. Matrimony not refused. But Davu Drug Store Q C. C. Cox would prefer to be circuit court clerk of Rockcastle County. As Tan Your Own Furs the women have a voice in both FOR SALE : Registosed Short cases, I want their advice. horn Bulls; Reds, Roans and CARMICAt,. W. 17 It White. Prices reasonable; and in time if desired, or will take in stock hogs or young stock cattle W. T. Hicks, t Egbort Griffin and wife are Wildie Ky. visiting their mother Mrs. Helem Griffin of this place. Nathe Bradford is with homo folks, he has a position in Harlan and he is very likely to move back tq that Commer place. James Henson bas moved cial to the John Hamlin place. Mrs. Signs Helen GriESo, lira, Jamima Mid. dletod, Mrs. Grace Wlimott and ' 1 Mrs Eva Mldeletoij visited Mrs, Betty Ann HensJejlJof the Double Spring place last Sunday. Nath I Bradford and wl t visited Joe Roborts and fan jlyBHndayj. Little Lloyd Tllompsony was VS.. MARETBURG Saturday night. Mrs. W. nT Thompson has been on tho sick Dave Talent has recently list. moved to Mrs Mary Hartz place A few of the farmers have commenced plowing for tnitr ioii crop. Miss Locoy Talent of this plico is attending school at Mt Vernon Lee Middleton received u very painful hurt by sticking a nail in his head a few days ago. Wo woto glad to read a letter iu the Signal from Mrs Sarah Levisy as she used o live by us and taught school at thlsplaco. Wo all loved her and wo hope to hear from her again. Mrs. Eva Middleton was in Mt. Vernon last week shop ping are having dental work Several from here were done in Mt. Vernon attending court. visited his Lee Middleton sister Mr-- W A Carson Tues was in day Mrs. .Tyhn -. H.-w- Mrs! Brodhead last Tuesday. Clarence Howard has been on Sherman Owens the sick list. and wife of Corbin are visiti.ig Mis. Mrs. and Mrs. Soward Lncv Mcall has returned (r. n Corbiu. One Measure of a Man's AbiTify To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account Tho man who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites confidence. The frugal and thrifty ranu finds u ready extension of credit when ho needs it. Everyone should save a portion of his earnings. We extend to you the advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. We pay interest on timo deposits. 16-8- s T U Accept Mo Subitituteg BB 1 5 Thedford'i BUCK-DRAUBH- S P v- D T N D g - Purely Vegetable r B B BANK OF-MTVVER- mt-?rnn;.k- tlncrtiii-fror- a- amlo in a" very" Exact Copy of wtapper. C(NTUH COHMNr. NIW 0 CITY. serious hurt o"n tho arm. - Miss Lena and Ruby Soward visited tho borne of J. B. Hall a na aaaDDaaoDDr f 19 W. L. '.Richards, Cashier. ". .41 t.- . J - Public Sale I will sell at public my personal ' property on evening by eloping to Cincinnati' wiuTtj iney worn married, mis is a splendid voun, couple and wo join their many friends in wish- ing tliein a happy married life J N Ma flow was over from Lex- in;.' mi Sunday calling Chint tt eiiici'uined a number of hit l.-:- Joo Adams and Mr. Lewis Kam I soy. oi near Mt Vornon, gav o jsvttKrfrmfjfrnusfTSGs their friends hi 'i inc otiiuiiiiiy BFYJTlIK'SlKi5cJKac!A'7i &w,a)iiKMjieroY Wf3 ftyX jffif WQf SKft ItlcX feffiv C0i For Torpid Liver black-Draught I PUBLIC SALE ww '& jt 1 Tuesday, February 11 At my place 21- miles south-eas- t Jr of BRODHEAD On Mt. Vernon Road One aged Milk Cow, fresh One Cow, to be fresh Jersey Cow, giving milk One One yearling Heifer Eight extra good feeding Hogs 4u 4 One De Laval Cream Seperator, l,uu J0N One smallXjralrTGrist Mi117good as new One harrow, good as new "Some Corn and fodder TERMS Made known day of sale. 3-yr-old 7-yr-old nrcr-rigSTwiirwEi- w 8-di- sc -A- .-L. R. L. SMITH, Auctioneer FOR SALE. I have the pure bred Rhode Inland Red chickens. .Will sell settings of eggs at fcl.oo per setting of I5 eggs. Have some fine cockerls for sale. Phone lino 73 ring 4. Thompson CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH RhlMEDY AIDS NATURE. Medicines that aid nature are always most effectual. Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, re lieves the lungs, aids expectorw. c; Vuiis, ation, opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system Rockford, Ky. mj ' . 16 to a healthy condition. Thou sands have testified to its good qualities. Try it when you have For Sale: 500 bales of clover a cough or cold. bay, 40 bales of oats. See or write, B. A. Riddle, at-16 I Conway, Ky. 3t-pp. H AT the best of his inth birthday A medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. Whitesplendid dinner was served and 13 side, of Keota.Okta. She all reported a bin day, Mis A.iGtGi continues: "I had a pain Al. Hfatt and little daughter. Dor mir in my chest niter eatin- gvVtab feci- ah. HKIII. uncomfortable t),.,I tlli 7ftmmi IVnrci lln ing ana iiiu was very disagreeable and brought lwi,i wiih " parents. Mr. mid on headache. I was con.Mr-.- . R L. Smitli'diirinir week stipated and knew it was indigestion and Inactive Master Clyde Smith jpont a ftw ocgan me use 01 over. days last week in Danville with night and morning, and it sure is his aunt, Mrs John Cress Ben MJicnuiu dim bciiauuy gives relief." Ertdenck, Hager Beriihun, and Givens Lear aro in Lancaster for a few days Uncle Dick Rigsby is quite sick. -- George Griffin, of Mt. Vernon. John Scott.of Hromo. and C. H. Frith, of Biodhead were hero .surveying and dividing the Lucus farm. John, the little son of Mr and Mrs Bob Spoonmnorr i very sick with pneumonia Mrs. Lottie Belcher and children are visiting her sister, Mrs. For over seventy years Mrs, Mnllie Amos Smith is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Carter n'ar..Mj., Vernn.os. (M) oreparation has beenbeneficial bv iw3George Stgnion, 'of Villa Grove, sands of persons suffer g from effects of a tor Illinois, is visiting relatives here. pid, or liver. Sunday morning, uncle Joe Indigestion, biliousness, Taylor, ono of our most respected colic, coated tongue, diz fy diedat his home iiirarf ziness, constipation, ouhere. He leaves a vife and sev. ter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, 'pain In eral children and a host of friends back, pulfiness under the to uiourc his loss. He was laid eyes any or all of these the Hmttcemetery symptoms often indicate Monday. Wo extend to his fam-il- y that there is something the matter with your deepest sympatby.--our fiver. You can't be loo and Mrs Will Hiatt visited her careful about the mediparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W cine you lake. Be sure Parsons, near Mt. Vernon lust that the name, "ThedRobert Spence, County .week ford's is on the package. At all Agent passed thru here Tuesday. druggists. Mesdames P. C. Lear and tt Parkerson were in Conway Accept Only first of the week to see her sisthe Genuine. ter, Mrs. Myrtle Smith who is j. very sick. Mr. Cunningim was Cf here last week from Richmond with W. G. Capps and family. Mr. and Mrs. App Taylor were here from Brodhead fjr funeral of his brother, uncle JoeTayloi. fiuMuls at his home Monday in honor li Sft my opinion, is. In liver WILL ON fji - iW r35 Saturday, February 26 th AT 10 A. M. 1 Black-Draugh- t, J rQD. ssgi 3 ML South of Brodhead ON ALBERT ALBRIGHT PLACE Offer for sale the following personal property : Thedford's BLACK- DRAUGHT X One Ba4LMare,.6yeats4DldrJ-5PmndsfiigfOne red Cow, 4 years old, giving milk e - 2 Calves 8 months old Hy-sinsf- er lifl r3-"fc5W- One -- 2-ho- rse (MrJ id Qaor 10 "good voungewes Wagon, 2 in. Birdsell, complete, good as new WalteeAr-Mcrer,4cur7rT2-ho- ew Kiii slow-acti- One Riding Avery Cultivator 1 -- horse Superior Corn Drill with One Fertilizer attachment rse ! cit-tao- -- m to-res- uin Mr Black-Draugh- t," Em-me- CFifieTHow7 No! 20 Plow, new One Edison phonopraph 96 good records One lay-oOne Economy King Cream Seperator, brand new Two 5 gallon Cream Cans Gasoline Engine and small Mill and Belting, 2 H. P. Gasoline Well Drilling outfit About 400 binds of Oats I Hay Stack, about 2 tons One Blacksmith's Forge, same as new One J -- horse Cultivator Other things too numerous to mention. TERMS All under under $10.00 cash in hand, over $10 00 a credit of six or nine months with a bankable note at 6 per cent interest. OhTZ--norsFO!Ve7 " ff WANTED: Men or women to take orders among friends and neighbors for the'genuine guaranteed hosiery, full lino for men, women and 'children. Eliminates daining. We pay 75c an hour for spare time, or $36 00a week for full time. Experience unnecessary. Write International Stockt. ing Mills, Norrlstown, Pa. W.G. CappsacdEdd Adams were in Mt. Vernon first of week, Guy Hamni, of Ottawa, has been spendi ng a few days with his mother, Mrs fatsie Parker-so- n Mi-be- SALESMEN WANTED : solicit orders for lubricating oil?, M. W. Bond. Clvdo Risrshv. Iv. "greases andpaitits."SalarY or .1. Smith. Mefvin Padgett, Chas. Commission. Address Lear and James Adams wore in THE HARVEY OIL CO., Danville last weeic with their Cleveland, Ohio. basest com. pleted a new house on a track of land lie purchased from his father NOTICE. Chas Sargent I have rented the Stock Barn in Albert Robert!) Mt. Vernon, on Spring Street and and Walter Hysmger wore in will run a feed, hitching and sale Richmond last week. Miss Delia oaro. ... -- - Misses Cora, Clara and l Lear have whooping cough Robert Adams and Mrs. Martha Singleton were in Lexington first of the week. Edd Turner is in Jackson this week. Guy Mcharg, to Harvu Berry, Henry Holcomb, -- Stato 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 fc Co., doing business in the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of.Catanh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A D t886. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary"Pu6l'ic Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucuous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. ft-- J. COOKSBURG smith, B.uMUetlOneQP HOPEWELL ARCH HAYES Drodhead, Ky. Pro-duct- 15 2tp. " . KVatwr,-daag.teroiM.tr-aiid"- Geo.Wiustead. CUEItfifTfcMOTT Toledo. Ohio. & Dollars $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. is about all you get from spending money for trifles and passing pleasures. While from the dollars you place in a Savings Account, you build an interest earning capital a per- jo!d by-al- l Hall's FamiIy"Pills'for Consti pat ion. druggists, 75c. HANS FORD y A habit Tlie family of J. C. Graves who have had measles aremucli improved. Estel an Hugh McKin-neof thissectioii visited thoir sister, Mrs. Hugh Robbins of the Hopewell section Sunday. Mrs. M. C. Doan was in Mt. Vernon shopping Monday Miss Martha Ingredients fvtrby of this section, has -- the farm 01 James Arnold the New Herbal Remedjr, noarMt. Vernon, price $2,000 Now Endtned by Local People Dewey Graven Jwas tho guest of Martin md Wilbert Kincer Sun If the digestive organs are not prop day (night. Miss Jerray Kincer erly performing tho work which naturo who 1ms been staying with Mrs hm as!j;iied to them, then nutrition, Nature burying ground. Mrs. Evans leaves a husband and six children to mourn her loss. Virgil and Ernest Arnold spent Saturday .night jviiJiJher-Jsoui,-Iinest Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb meeting day at Charley ocotts and children, and Clara There is plenty of mud,.., it I'lirniicJil nnd son. Hnsrbip. enpnt and . ... . s ueep m Hale is home from Middletown. Arnold. Mrs. Leonard Kirby is Ohio on a vacation for Co days. numbered with tho sick. Julia, Tho two Vanzant boys bought the small daughter of Mr. and a farm from J. J. Drew and paid Mrs. John W. Kirby and Inez, ten dodars per acre, they Imvo the small daughter of Mr. and ' several vn"o OharflSTfotfiurumr" Uur telephone lino is In bad were reported sick, aro better condition; we aro hopingthe Eva-anLillian McClure spent telephone lineman wiii connr Sunday with Marguerite and around pretty soon Guard Mul. Vada Kirby.- - Mrs. Fred Hayes (ins is setting up a saw mjll foj and child ron, Saturday night Albort AJlen. Bon Davidson's and Sunday with Mrs. James wife is on tho sick ljst ulsq Grau, Prioo at Mt. Vernon. Today, ville Jenning's wife.and baby with Monday, makes us feel like flu. Bob Allen, Charley and shouldering our hues and rakes Dewey Scott hauls lumber mud and going to work in the gurden. or no mud, rain or shine, snow Lee McClure is in very poor or sleet. James Barron and health. Miss Martha Kirby, of Hans- I lord, spent Sunday with Mr. and Provides Jr Mc-Clu- Owen Allen, AHrt Allen and Sollib Griffin went to Mt. Vernon Ab Monday on business rams and a Mr. Powell, both of Madison County lias hppn in this partwi h a bunch of mu es, rnude several trades Reuben Mulluis has been in the jockv busiress pretty heavy. J L. Owens has a full lineof dry goods and grocerWe have been having lots ies ot suitness in mis section sun uay was tne noimess peoples Died, February lo, Mrs Tom Hvans. Tho burial took place the following day at the Pitman L..J72JJJi. tt-f'iS,-'"g- 1 -. SALESMEN WANTED Get busy. Keep busv. Is your Job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want a lifelong business. You can get into such a busincs selling more than 7 Waikins direct to farmers if you own auto or team or team or cin get one; if you can give bond Wi.h personal securities. We back you with-bi- g selling helps-. 51 years in business, 20,000,000 users of our products. Writo for infor- raation where you can got torrl- s 1 his fine PoTand (ThW Boar will make the partraent C. Winona, Minnesota i5-4- t QUAIL liTt-T 1 Season at my Tarm,4"3 miies from Mt. Vernon, between the Boone and Dixie Highway -- 1921 'jjft3-snrAj:j- jjj - d ing Mr. andMrs. Dallas Dilling. ham this week. Sam Price was aroldentally shot in tfio knoe last Wednesday J L Davis is hav- $V.00aUhi.jate Mt. Vernon, Ky. at mi slWsij an iai LACK HYSINGER- :'topped the market" for several vears in Iowa. He states that for high-price. ing a Bible .school at Buthel. years ho bought hog food and hog remedies, but he is all throw; h mvinir eitravncant-prloes for what he can make him self. H states that what, the hogs need are minerals, and tells the secret of his wonderful s by explaining that ho takes about five pounds of ordinary mineraiine (which is pure concentrated minerals and costs only a couplo of dollar?) and mixes same with nough bran or filler to mako a hundred pounds. All hogs and especially brood sows requiro tumorals, us they koop them free from worms, and in tho 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 bet tet results than any high priced so called stock foods. Send twodollais to The Mineraiine Chemical Co., 1638 North Wells atreot, Chicago, III., and they will forward you by prepaid parcel post, enough inlnoraline to ,n?k --1 lllHnd ciMiruDrfa . ,suc-ces- Miss Muyme Adams was with home folks Satnrday nnd Sunday. Homer Brown and Mn-- Mable Taylor were married last Sunday, We wish them a long and happy life Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -Mr. My Tiimpc rl pur-chase- d J. C. Graves has returned home. Monday. manent fund that brings ing benefits. l.NCUKI'OKATKl) last- .The Peoples Bank Capital and Surplus w -- "- ff $30,000,00 hiiimw m B L L ... $ U O. Baker, I'renMent Floyd Miller, Ciubler 191 $ Guy Dyer was in Mt Vernon H. U. Bullock is very sick with mo.sles Miss Katio JViliock is staying a few days with horaunt Mrs. J. V. Bullock The family of Wm. McKlnndy was visiting in this snptjon, Mr. MeKinnoy has sold lib property (nipi.'ditwt of Better Results the in Pulaski County and ImonUs to lievy berb.il stomach remedy, which U SWERT CLOVER AND HONEY now beltiis introduced here, It Is pureSow sweet clover, cheaper and "That be is all through paying move to sotuu iioint in Illinois. ly vegetable- and Its vitalizing, correc better than red clover. Buy di- fancy prices for stock foods and AppNiceleyof the Bloss section tive and reconstructiue qualities are bought 15 bushels of corn at $1.00 o(nroiiouiieed thatjbuniuclal results rect from grower, spocial scarified hog remedies and that he is rais- per bu Mary Harris of tho aro iifUlt'pil from the tlr.it ilav. That seeds for prompt germination. Ing some of the best hogs over Bloss section was the guest, of h.etjllilj..la.jrue( ft Is oJf. awaasey-t- o Jlr.lPjliQsg. and .cJrcjtflargp.cAiSfx'rjuV uupilutr. M.r,i.iflhja.j,jaytit3-4fc-- a ti to the "wweroent. mile d.iy tty pneca ou hjnvj. day -- J. p. Vanhook traveling local people who have given H. Beckstead, well known hou JOHN A SHKKIIAN. imwsnian for Arnold, Hamilton & sphato a fair trial and have been bene- - R F.D. NO FAI.StOUTII KV. rainr nnd iiithoritv on live stock. 4 Luxon was through this section Utol.theroWy Mi liui k.ttua's hogs uio tho, Sauirday calling on tuo merely It is dispcusod by, Tho Pioneer Drug I Store, Mt. au,s. on.Y. Pf bjs, jiciirhbors, aod haYe L Vernon, Ky . , 'Aruo-I'hogpna- 'Sowder spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Charley Shepherd.. Shirley Carmical spent Sun. day with Russell Flotoher. Jas. Arnold bought a raaro from Lee Bandy. Misses Oleo and Vina McCluro. Kirby spent Sunday afternoon Condemn High Priced which in absolutely essential to the re with Mrs. Charley Bethurum. covery of other diseased parts, will be Mr. and Mrs. George R. Evans, Slock Foods lacking and there can be no permanent of Mt. Vornon, spent Sunday relief' When bodily nutrition is nor with relatives near here. James mal, the stomach digests the food, the Prominent Hog Raiser Says blood absorbs and carries the nourish-men- f Arnold has sold his farm to Prices Charged Are Uto the different parts of the body, Misses Martha and Pauny Kirby, cdiigltit; the various organs tq properly price unknown. Mr. Arnold is nwarrantedMakes His peiiorm uielr luncllous, moving to Mt. Ymon Own Hog Food, With Nature has provided a remedy in the The Mrc W M - Eastman spent Thursday night with Russell Albright. Mrs. Alza Slants spent Friday with her mother, Mis. Uilla .Brown. Birdie Roynolds and Verla Mul. lins were guests of Mrs. Sal lie Logsdon Tuesday night Mr. S. S. Purcell bought a nice bunch of cattle from Walter Brown at nw?T Argo-Pho- READ SIGNAL C A& TORI AT Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR I - T- - r . SUPPLEMENT MT. VJ SIGNAL, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 OF "FAMINE FUND We've Got Tm Car Hay Car Seed Oats And let me know at once if Rockcastle County needs a car of Seed Potatoes. I am going to be guided by the stockI will use barrels of Hour, meat, sugar, coffee, and lard, to feed the babies on, instead of barrels of whisky to fluence the stock holders to put me on the board of directors. holders. .lust received a letter from Mollie: Dear Kill : I learned tlint you are going to take charge tlreyar, Julian says the directors will never let him on the board, but sojithc..!tockhodKi'3 vote on this and I've seen and heard enough of them talk that they will put him on there. The stockholders realize business its going to take" a big man that knows how and does things, to straighten out and build up old Rockcastle county Your dad can build more roads and public buildings in four years than any ten men in the county. Yes, ma, everybody knows Uncle Bill and theyjknow he does mums, wun an ins lauus wo iove mm. no ouiir us the good home when tlley paid it couldn't be did. and everything ho undertakes there's always some one to say, lie 'II go busted, but he sells tho flour, lard and coffee just the same. Say, daddy, Julian said tell you send him 38.40 to pay his insurance premium and 20 00 to pay for a present he got his girl. She's real cute. Yours lovingly Mollie. broad-minded PERSONALS D wight Bowman is home for court this wcok. Austin Durham has boon quite sick this week. D. C. Craig was in Louisville first of the wcok. Born to tho wife of Elza French a girl on tho 8th. F. L. Thompson Jr. was in from Corbln Sunday, Mrs J. M. Adams was up from Brodhoad Tuesday. J M. Brown was up from East Bcrnstadt Wednesday. B. H. Griffin is home from Frankfort for a few days. Mrs. Walter Robins was up from 13 rod head Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Fields are in Mt. Vernon this week. Hugh McBee 'and child wero up from Brodhead Sunday. Dr. G. T. Payne and wife were in from Wildie Wednesday. Mrs. B. H Griffin and son were up from Livingston Monday. 1 STATE JOSBffH BURGE. "" P "Q. Griffin," wlicThas rheuma-tis- m remains about the same. We are glad to report Pleas Diiboard's children all better. K. J. McKinney and wife were in Mt. Vernon first of fbe week. Claud Cox and aid fur Uie '40,000,000 Ine sturvaUin. he oolntu out that It ytWlJtrA Aoaiciilocse for a meoUa. Through the appijtntzacat by the President, Joseph D. fiurse, president f th Louisville Board of Trade, Is state treasurer and thi Rer..Dr. E. Y. JJpJ-lin- s, president 6 the Southern Baptist Theological fe railnary, Is chairman. Funds for the China Famine Iftinl ' I N Presidents Wilson's dm1 far Chinese fao $ fthoulri tjp of Trade buUdlali LouiariUe. 'entxmJdr JtsrzGr-8-Ew- i sister, Miss . -- A thought for on all. tho its by, Let's think of all wo'e done, An J try to raise our standard high, In ninctcun.lwcuty, l'or ninetcen-twenty-on- Yours for good crops and big time and the betterment of old Rockcastle County, Ami thus by striving hard each year. To set tho higher pace. We ehall Buceeed in bringing near, The triumph of the Itacc. J.W. RIDER NOTICEI Grace, are both on tho sick list Mrs. Ina and Miss Georgia NOT ECESSARY Miller are visiting in Hurrodsburg. Misses Ada Brown andCeha GOOD ROADS PROGRAM HAS NOT Wade Hiatt ate In Richmond toFALLEN DOWN SAYS 8TATE day. ASSOCIATION. Mrs. Minnie Merricks was called to Paris last week on busi GIVES McBYRDE HGURES ness. John Benton of Duncan, Oklahoma is visiting in Rockcastle Kentucky Compare FaveraMy Wttti this week. Other State in Recartf f Ct trwc Fred Murrell is in Adair Co. tlon and Prnspiata Fee Aanase 'wide ' to ConUnoe For Next Tea Years. visiting friends and relatives t this week. LouhnlUe, Ky. Tke KeaUcky Good Judge J. A. Owens was in Lon- Roads AsaodaUoa was tke tnt organiStat don a few hours Wednesday at- zation In the creationto concentrate Its efforts on tho of a State Hightending Circuit court. way Department and the building of a systeni .of highway. It baa Jesse M. Debord is at home seen the aanTWiisaU for food roada la from Kentenia on account of the Kentucky grt.fpsin a few voices crying la tip jii 4eayeaa lnte aa geod a illness of his sister. State-wid- e BOND I! IIIEIS Copyright 1921 Hatt ScKsffntr & Marx If you buy any clothes this spring, be sure of the quality you get; we're so sure of the quality we're giving that we say "money back if you aren't satisfied. Nothing to compare with these Hart Schaffner & Marx and Fish's Special Values There may be cheaper prices. There aren't any better values anywhere You buy clothes for the wear and style you get and because these c let h c s give - you more service- - and satisfaction for the money you spend than any others they are low priced for you a hn fcilrf" M in Born ttftlurwiTeofR-obeYVCo- x I have moved my broom manufacturing plant to the Krueger property over Bryant's Garage. AH desiring brooms made see Charles Dailey MT, VEKNOM, KV. the r4th inst. a fine girl. Mother and babe doing well. Next Monday is county court day. Come early and bring your stock for the stock sale. Tom Albright, Arch Hayes, Mode Hamra and others were up from Brodhead Thursday. $:tt,000,000 to $00,000,000. Investigation made by Robert J. Me Mrs. W. G. McBee visited her rrcsiaent oi we uooa. iioua mother. Mrs. D. B. SoutbarxLtnL, ...... ..- o.i,i . lUttH AiUUUMIVUi llC UUMUiKU U.O "Stanford first of the week. not only is Kentucky not in need of a bond Issue to build roads, but thut iUJ5lia&.GrifPB-iiCra- b Orch it now" hah more mbney f6rth(a"pur-poard, visited Mr. and Mrs. P. Q and is building more roads and better roads than ever before in its hisGriffin Tuesday between trains. tory. If the present pace can be mainMrs. Floyd Miller and Miss tained, Kentucky's entire system of I I ---.-.- .-- sytteBi.otBJaCfcidmlwtatrtaoa aa-i- s enjoyed by any of the States. Naturally, together with all ether Kentucklans, its membership haa beea much concerned recently by the repeated reports made to the public aad the press that the whole system la "going to pot" for lack of funds and that the only thine that will save It will be an extra session of the Legislature to submit to a vote of the people a bond Issue estimated at anywhere from 18.75 $28.75 - AUV.b w to keep everything about the borne bright nd beautiful with It's transforms scratched and marred furniture making it look like the day it left the irore. emsy and inexpensive J&rBfr You can obtain the finest results with on woodwork, PfeCte wlckerware, picture frames, in fact on any surface that needs refinlshlng. AC comet In alt rG'nE-Nllira from 30c up. Md in 20 G Natural Wood ond Enamel Color., Wbite, Cold and Silver. Pesslee-Giulbcrt Co., Mfrs. Kentucky Loulivlll. Ask For Color Card J.S. Bowman CABBAGE PLANTS ALL VARIETIES YOU should have plenty of nice EAKLY Cabbage in YOUR GARDEN. 1 will deliver to you all charges PREPAID. 1,000 nice cabbage plants for $2.75, or 500 for $1.50. Grab this chauce, plants aro scarce, can make shipmout same day order is received. Prices by Express collect. Less'thnn 5 thousand at $1,50 per thousand at 1.35 per thousand 5 to 10 thousand 10 and over at 1.25 per thousand Send money with order C. F. Hethington Meggett, S.C The Cabbage Plant Man ' . ..... avAssfip.FSa Snefradlnrproprreturus: Shin to W. S. BAILEY. Hvingston,Ky. io-4t- TOTTsa CE --TThIT.' 'Aulol p READ SIGNAL cheap taken at onco, or will take stock on the Mt. Vernon road. Wm.andN.T. Gutman. R 3 Crab Orchard, Ky. 14 3t - fC,tor Eniu0 " visiting Mrs. Ben Craig, last week next ten years. Money back if you Actual conditions as taken from the aio as follows: Uncle Zaek Hansel is very sick official don't think so today. His son L. Hansel was up Total Stato Aid Itond Fund from Livingston yesterday to see now UMiilahle for rnad $2,100,000.09 construction him, .. Oeu I'uJlpjI raw ; now available for roud Mr. and Mrs. Jess Meadows rFlSH'S 3,028,257.31 construction ofCorbin, have been withJuts VWyUIJ Special ufl"''l" parents, Mr. --and ffl rs. "Ja'mos kCLOTHES umuu uui, uui w uuun WensandBoys Outfitter 203,007.00 contract Meadows for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McGuire road Total available $8,124201.31 o f the Langford section are re fund THE STOHti THAT SELLS FOR joicing over the arrival of twins, The State Highway Department darat their home last Suuday, a boy ing 1020 has had under contract a total of 049.91 miles of Federal aad State and a girl. Tho Collector of Internal ReveA'.d Roads at a total cost of The newest patterns In ging- nue will lmvo a deputy in Mt. Of this mileage 347.8 have This isnt au excuse, just an exham at the Davis Stores. Vornon next Friday to assist planation, wo had to come out on been complete).the State Highway DeIn addition, You and your boys are expect thobo who wniit assistance in makSaturday last week with the partment has with the Signal on account of a shortage counties in the maintenance of 104JU ed to attend tho Father and Son ing out their income tax reports miles of state highways built under the Banquet at tho Christian Church for iq20. Those who have prosiu our force. provisions of the former State Aid pered sufficiently during the last Sunday School rooms tonight. S. C. Franklin attendod the T. Maintenance Law. year should look this man up. At the beginning of the year 1021 C. (Buck) Welch funeral at RichYos, we have the Percales and Department haa mond Wednesday and is spending the State Highways and plana and la Calicoes too. The Davis Stores Anything in liiuh grade Grocercompleted surveys the week-enwith his mother ready to advertise for bids oa 107.7 in Miller Bldg. ies at the Davis Stores. miles of Federal and Stale Aid Roads. and sister at Lexington. Surveys have been made and plan It Is up to the good women and- Those who have relatives burLouis Ramsey and Miss Delia partially completed for an additional to make Rock- ied at tho Hiatt Cemetery, on the Adams of the Hiatt section were 330.9 nine) of such roads and surveys men who wants county to live in, to Dixie Highway 2 1.2 miles North married Saturday evoning by have been completed on another 234.3 castlo a safe officers are of Mt. Veriiun, are repuested to miles. squire Robt. Evans. Thoy stole There has been favorably reported see that none but dr elected this Fall. Will you do it? meet there Saturday morning tho march on tho old folks and by the Road Committee of both the Feb. 25th., oue week from tomorleft on the midnight train for Cin- United States House of Bepreseot-tlve- a Nino out often murder cases row and holp clean up this ceme United State Senate a and the can bo tery. cinnati. bill Increasing by flMJNOUM per year in this or any other counly the Federal apwopriatJea for roads. traced back to whisky. Try to If it is drugs you want ask for If this bill seciies a law, Kentucky's figure it out and see what you U will be Increased Federal All it at tho Davis Stores. $2,000,000 tnniagy. The s.anunt tra- make it. fWriM V.' J . 1 3 tNife av Circuit Court is in session at duced by general and ansrtai state at Mens $12 shoes lor '111 taxes will C nawartty tecreaae each London and wo understand there year. Fish's Cash Store. Bettor get aro four women on tho regular Kentucky In the paat year has had) yours while tho picking is good. jury, and that thoy aro doing $3,000,000 to spend tor reada, and thorn' every reason to pefJevn tftat wlrhlni la E. L. McFarlandof Somersot, their duty in giving tho boot the next three yearn If rntky's aa-- j You can do bettor at Fish's naal road tad will be net leas than District Deputy of the Modern leggers and moonshiners, as well $10,000,000. Woodmen of America, will bo as others who violate the law, Cash Store. '.QC.thr first Ume in J hWary Krn-- t jf.S2clO?i)M4m&r a weo on what is coming to thorn. ItocTr. (snsiionij enly "yinr DelievaIn SAFETY of tho local castle women aro just as capable FIRST go out to tho Graded equipped State Highway Deanrtssantl moro in the interest as Laurel women, and wo would but aU of the money that la nneden W Camp. School Friday night 25th Inst. J administer It Miecessfully. huggebt that our Jury CommisBoys, get your fathor ready for You can buy it for less at sioners give our women a chance the Fataer and Sp.u Banquet than " Fisk'a f3feash charge at other next court to help get rid'of this tLMUrltKS it. whiskey bubiuetf. stores where they Jp'-mi- ti." filiJ'JTltatf lu'Bwijja'yy.t'te'wmiafc'tBt'wufau' l 15TV -- VernonJi 3s CASH Anything most you want will be found at the Davis Stores in tho Miller Bldg. Dr. W. H. Soars appeared as the second number of the Lyceum Courso. He delivered a Jectnro on Why Worry" and had the audience at full attonlioa from beginning to end. Tho only thing to be said in regard to this lecture is that thoso who missed it are tho loser. WANTED: A nurso to look after two small children. Mrs Zella Sowder, Mt. Vernon, Ky. i7'3P Got vour self and your boys ready for the Father and Son Bauquot, Friday night, Feby. 18 p.m. Uev Thad 8. Tinsley, ono of the bost known Evangelists of this state, will begin a protracted meeting at the Christian Church hero about March 8th. Rev. Tinsley held a meeting at this pluco about twenty five yeti'd ago, ami will bo remembered by some of the older people ot this county. He is an uncle of Kev. Goo. Tinsley, iortner pastor of tho Christiau church hero. I $7,087,-5C7.3- d $7-8- LOCAL . oc4y--nst- - -- ""Children Ory tK CAS.T.ORIA Jl r-i- fi- v V ilf"f . ' ' ' I f - ' ' ' ' ; . . ' -- ' : ..- wu ., - .. . .J ; ' 'J , ; . z . zizz3rz;"rT-rririu- i a? ""Jv..-4--. :1 M K, '1 --- "- " " zizzrz7izTXZ" " C1-- ...:-"- "' " F". i ":." S-.a-'a,..-..,- x . &..-- . I r" -?i' pmt yh.Hr t- - - - ? -ML-- ,r It M.-- -- v f , .. . if k. ? 1" .." V Svt,,-,- ' , jl', '. t .1 H ,'' j , j; .' ,, it 1. Xt' W". w . i ' v I u. V ,0 .'. fW . r: ...JiV-M''SK'- " I. JV . A f '. a - - Mi W II l'i ? ' '' .JSHm'i S r . . '..garigy V '1T -- - J;f W1 --