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M Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Boonewny 2$H M I rHk.1 fVA' MM ' w r5.yAy Ity) No. 1 9 f$w Zlr FOR A GREATERJROCKCASTLE" Established 1 887 fe 1 WW MM m an Sifltial Friday Afternoon, March 4, 1921 S.E.Hollard was in Jlnnrl inwn baturday and Sunday.. Mack Martin and Forest Sh rocks wero in Berea Sunday. Arnold Hiatt of yuail who has been visiting his sister Mrs.C.O.Brown of this placo left Sunday for Berea where ho will enter school. Atty. C. C. Williams nud F. L. Thompson of Mt. Vomon wore in our city between trains Monday. Miss Ella Mao Blanford is visiting relatives in Louisville this week Mrs.G. M.Ballard of Mt. Vernon was here Monday visiting her relatives Mr.and Mrs G. D. Cook. C. A. nlnnfnrfl U'.ia Centrally Located between Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville rPrice 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentuck RE VIVA L Don'tfailto heartheseSunny-Sid- e Sermons in the series of meetings to begin at the Christian Church, Sunday, March 6th, 1921 Mrs, Livingston Corbin havo returned home aftor a few days visit with her parents Mr.and Mrs.J.L. Royndds.- - -- Dr. W. T. Amyx who omegrated south about a week ago to remain Utltill thn Hllllinn-- ml ml a quit blowing has roturncd to old Livingston. We imagino if Dock could sing this would be his song "Thoro Is on placo llko homo." Fred MuiIins nnd Vic Price who have been in Cincinnati buy-ini- r tlleir anrinir rmiirla hnvi. . turned. Mrs. f.B. Hayse is quite sick at this writing. Tho sing- 43U PER YCAR in ADVANCE Wm. Graves and daughter of Speok to the People EVANGELIST Rev.THAD S. TINS LEY SUNNY-SIDE SPECIAL, Suited to spiritual saints nud d sinners, serious, sensible, saving: short-sighte- EVERY NIGHT 7:30 SHORTTSTCVFPY. SPIRITED"" March e, A. M. "The Sunny Side of Living" "The Sunny Side of Death" "U0L.Y HVINO" March 0. P. M. "HOLVDYINO" BIOORAPHY 'The Sunny Side of IOU LlVe March 7, P. M WHO You Are" Marth 8. p. M. "The Sunny Side of WHERE OEOOHAPHY March 0, P. M. "The Sunny Side of WHAT You Do" March 10. P. M. HISTORY "The Sunny Side of HOW You Feel" H&wM1 ibHbHLbbbVbbbB . March XI, P. M Pucholoiry ht March 13. A. March 13, P. Murch 14, 15, M. M. h "The Sunnv Side of WHERE Ynu an" ..... a... ,...gpy.gflTi.,, SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL "IF God could have Ills way in Ml. Vernon'-- ' " MODEHX " MODERN " 3I0J)KUX IDOLATRY " PROFANITY " JUJKIHM 'i Commandments Commandments -Commandment Commandment I and II III, IV and V P,M-Marn- P.M. March 1G, P. M March 17, P. M. March 18, P. M. " MODERN DJJSJIiLYESTV SL. " MODERN FALSEHOOD" " MODEHX SELFISHNESS" ".MODERN IMPURITY" VI" VII X Commandment VIII Commandment IX Commandment cordially Invited to come to these meetings and bring your friends. It you are a member of the Congregation, we earnestly hope that you will be'ln your place at the opening service. If you are a member of some other Congregation, or of no church whatever, you are very This revival is for everybody. HOWARD N. BURNETTE, Pastor. To the Republicans both women and men of Rockcastle County. Dear People one arid all: Asa candidate for the Office of County Court Clerk I wish to express myself to you in jegord to a few things being told you. J. hear a lot of stories tharj are being circulated in regard to my political principles. I cast my first vote in the last November election, ing at tho Baptist Church is Cttlluii' "IU and I nailed my cross under liirtog cabin.which I did to the "satis- oil TpYogrcsTingnlcblyand thoro are account of tho death of one of goou crowus. Mrs.oscar Argen-brigfaction of my own feelings. his relatives there. Mrs. B. C. I am not a republican because my people said thats the way has returned from Corbin Mullins of Paris 5s visiting Mrs. after a weeks visit wiUuelatlves to vote, for they said you must put your x under the rooster. But a W.T. Owens this week. Miss C. C. Brown was at Quail and lot of my fathers people,vote straight Republican tickets, but thats Margrot Singleton who is attend- Brodhead Sunday and Monday. not why I am a Republican. ing school at Berea was with Mahlon Summers has hp.nn nn homs-folk- s I am able to read and write dear friendsrTve 'been ""trying To" Saturday and Sunday the sick list for quite a while. Mrs.EddJJuinn of Pang has .Work will start on the grade here learn every since I was five years old. I've tried to learn somereturned home after a lew days today as the tools and material thing all the time that would be a benifit to my home and children visit with her parents Mr. and are at their place. Well in two So when the head men of our Nation said, you women of Kentucky MrsJ B Hayse. Wm. Quinn of moro days the government at must vote, I began to study, I read every thing I could get hold of in Louisville has been with relntivn Washington will change its poliregard to our political issues of our Nation as my near neighbors Fred Baker of tical compaction. hre this week Wo mean by Mt. Vernon was here between that that the Democratsjwill step know I wanted to know myself the reason people voted so and so. Monday. is-- down trains Wm Clnrk and out and the RepubliI learned to my own satisfaction and wellfare and formed a camp, building an addition tohisnroDer. cans will step up and In. We ing ground on the Republican shores nnd ther I nirnrit mv ty on Main Street.-W.- Q just now -- und . ! ! An MAmri h1i1 hold'there is on a soll'dlfint rock "found iuuju.Lh.uu iu ojuiu mat wo and go just as it has always done ation lortmea witn nve little orphans as sentences. We feel there is no Rockcastle people were tho most mat seea time ana narvest will political wind strong enough to upset our tent or destroy our camping fortunate people on earth, that continue, that sunshine and rain we had gone through another will still come just the same but ground. Therefore with these and many other statements I can make winter and spring was coming as a parting word we will say, If I do hope you will begin to see why 1 am a Republican and a self-mawith its flowers and simshino you all dont deliver the good four one too. I thank God I'm able to understand and figure things that wo were going to have an- ears hence will brincr Another out and not have to depend on other people for light on these mysother big fair and the Republicans election and what we will do to WerG Point to hiLVn n hit nrirnnrir them than. We moan nnr frlonrlo terious questionsjStudy people study. "Taxation without representaelection if tho votors didn't all the enemy the (Republicans) will tion is unjust." I pay taxes so do other women, so let me represent turn to candidates, that thpv wpi-- be a plenty, so lets all pull for you, you and your fathers, mothers.sisters and brothers one and all. going to finish the piKo and they good times and prosperity. I'll keep yourjbooks so that you will be proud to say, our woman down would soon begin the bridge.that Mrs.Mablon Summers is visiting at Mt. Vernon is OK. our taxes were paid and we should relatives at Brugh Creek this be thankful and enjoy the fruit week. Mat PiKo who There is another story in the play that has come to light "That been of our labor, and she remarked quite sick for some time his I am rich just got forty five thousand dollars the other day besides is some that 1 had left out the ereatest better. Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph other stuff too numerous to mention. I'm sorry, but this la a false reng of all and that was that Mink and children have returnport sure, I wish to God"it was so. women wero allowed to vote nnd ed to Richmond after a few days My neighbors and binkers know this is untrue, my friend Mr. noia otnee, anu there tho con- - visit with relatives here, El Tom Nicele v who harmed Ann mv.hnnnraM. nnnn.n i ShorifF Tin TTnnSol nog In Plnnlnnaft loaf. versation ended. -,Lanfordof-.Mfc- Wrnmi wart- weeJr-'tJblkhessr Hardlnir rvncic we nave rrnnsnrtpri nur mi our town Wednesdiy.Mr.and Airs oiims niLS in.se rnmniorn.1 nna nr money matters for almost twenty years know this to be a falseB.H Griffin who h.is been visit the largest blacksmith and work hood. May the Lord forgive as 1 do. ing here for a fo.v days loft Sun-da- y shops in Livingston for Dr.R.G I understand some of the people are wondering why I came out for Mt. Vernon where they Webb, and the Dr. savs he will as a candidate. I can tell them a few of the causes here and will remain a few days before erect, in the near future a two later returning to tiieir home in Prank-for- t. story brick carago to cost Scooo. when the weather gets better and the mud settles so Doll can get Miss Nancy Niceley and You cant head us Livingston through with shoes on I'll tell you more and more, little sister Catherine are visit- people off, just watch us grow. 1. 1 have a pretty good knowledge of book keeping. ing Richmond. Mrs a I'm a widow woman with five children to .feed and clothe C.H.relatives inhas been visiting Rico who and to educate and keep them on the right road to make good men relatives and frionds in r.nnia. I ville has returned home. Mr.and and women. Above all things they should know the love of God and For Infants and Children Mrs. I. W. Higgi is has gone to be truthful and honest. in the Mullins In Use For Over Years 3. So this is meat and bread; for "me and "my little gang of on Hotel. lames Neal left todav Always bears -- ? phans. Another thing we need some change in our offices, a few .for.Wjiich.es.ter Kentucky. Mrs good women' in the offices that tney are capable of filling will be better for our County morally mentally and financially, XXT-jf- T x- TX Now I hope my friends will continue to tell me of 'the - XyjK stories that are floating within the circle of good old Rockcastle that I may REE-Den- tist unfold' to them the truth that they may know where to put the" stencil Gth of August . With these few remarks I will say, may the Lord bless and keep each and every one of you in the line of truth until the Gth day of August 1921 and cast your vote under the log cabin and for the widow to help raise the little orphans. Thanking you for a full fledged vote. I remain sincerely yours for better book keeping for old Rockcastle. Mrs. Lelia May Cooper. ht tr 11 WviifilBKLJTrriSSj nr Jt.1- - - CASTOR 30 A 8 - G. TY zzzxz 8 WILL BE IN LIVINGSTON To Saturday, From Monday, March " 7th J2th The third progaam of tho Lyceum course by Tho MoDoual Birch Co. which consisted of two ladles and one gentleman was given la3t Friday evening ut tlio school bulldlnir.Tho young ladies furnished tuusic and reading and tho young man performed wonderful magic tricks and was very much enjoyed by a largo crowd.The noxt program will be given March 23, by Tho international Glee Club which consists of four young men, and will be a rare treat for each aud every one of us, aud is prophesied as one of the very best of tho courso Master Leon Chandler, enter lained, Tuesday afternoon March ist. in honor of his tenth birth-daRefreshments woro served and a jollv time was the reports of all present. Many nico littlo gifts were received. A.L. Payne W.A.Murpby and cashier A. M. y. Brodhead 2X s Monday Hiatt were in Mt. Vernon Thursday of lust week. Mrs. Willis Bussoll has been very sick with tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs, Bon Craigund littlo son Master Jones Evaus.visited Mr.atid Mrs. Fran. cisBordes on Copper Greek, d Sunday. Brodhead Is soon to have u movio under tho man. agment of J. Mont Roberts and Charlie Smith Karl Philips was in Mt. Vernon Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. David C. Craig of Mt. Vernon woro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uen Cr.tlg later part of last week. Miss Ella Belle Nowland was at home from Crab Orchard from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Murphy has boon suffering for some days from a felon Mrs.J.T Lawrence visited her sisters, Mesdames Jack Collins and Lola Sowder and aunt,Mrs.Gahn Rogers at Crab Orchard, from Friday until Sat-an- 'Fish's kClOTHCS 'WEAtl Special MensandBoys Outfitter feVenNONii. week. Misses Roberta Kirby and Ella Gentry of Mt, Vernon filled bis appointment at the were week end visitors to Miss Mnvme Adams last wnnk n.'. rim Christian church hore Saturday homo of Mr.and Mrs.O.V.Jarrett. evening Sunday morning and -- Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Bussoll evening. Ho will be with us tho have gone nto house keemnir third Suuday in each month and with Rov. and Mrs. A. T.PIir... Dr. and Mrs. Georgo M. Frith a heary invitation is extended to havo returned to their homo in every one to come out mid hear Knoxville Tennessee nfter n. visit. his splendid sermons, Mrs.H.E. with his parents Mr and Mrs.T.G Christie, Misses Hu.el and Nina Frith aud othor relatives her e. Albright, Tearl, Suo and Bess Dr. George Payne, of Wildio, is Hicks.aud Pearl Newland.Messrs. hero this week, dointr dental wnrlr Alvin Murphy, Willio Sowder, Ho is accompanied by Mrs. Payne Orrin Wallen, Chester Walllu, who is the guest cf her brother Milford Albright, Owon Jarret, Karl Pnilips and cousin Mrs. Bob Cass is in Charlie Smith, Warren Shafer Jumss DeValt. Mr. and J.Mont Roberts attended the Williamsburg this week. show "Dead men tell no tales," und Mrs Charley Pikeand cnild-reof Corbin, visited his parents at Crab Orchard, Wednesday evening and woro very loyally Rev. and Mrs. A.J.Pike and othor relatives nore from Friday until entertained at tho hnmn nt m Monday. Mrs. Willio Adams was and Mrs.R. L Colyer. Misses' Nannie and Katis Proctor of Beo very badly burned on tho right Lick woro guests of MrundMrs hand and arm while buildinc a firoat the school building Mon. josh Wilson last week. Homor day morning. Uncle Larkln Wilson visited relatives at Mt. HIcks is numbered with the sick Vernon Saturday und Sunduv. Locan Brvant urns W.II.Doau purchasod tho firm, this week. storo and stock of merchandise down from Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Airs Myrtle Uurton and dtugh-to- r from Barto Dillingham at bpiro. Miss Ruby were guests of Miss Sophia Lear daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Watson this Mrs.LauraLear and Mr. Hagger Burnham were married in Mt. week. J.W.Tato and Mrs. James uq vault entertnlned Monday Vernon by Rev H T ovenliiLrat rook In linnnr nf np. Young of Lexington. This Is li and Mrs. George Payne of Wlldle. popular young couple of noar Hiattanct havo many Biodhcad .Delightful homo made candy was frionds who extend good wishes. 'served and a very enjoyable W. P. Rigs by wus over from ovenlng for all. Mesdams Payno and Yadon were champions of the isicnoiasvuie later part of last evening. Asthma last week. - Rev.W.F. Rogers of Louisville n very sick with -- Mrs. A.J. Haggard was 3X1 SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY AT CHRISTIAN My Dear Helpers : CHURCH last-wee- ments combined. You know that. What are you doing about it? If you are a Christian and not in the Bible School, you are not daing all you can, and We want you. Our Bible School is progressive, aggressive and successful. We want teachers. We want scholars. We want ! Sunday, March 6th is Rally Day in the Bible School. Will you help us by your presence by being one of the 200 expected g Sunday. We f orwardand the Bible School leads Y-O- In your business you place the emphasis upon that department that yields the largest returns. Here is the place for the largest investment of brain and heart. You set up nights working and planning for that department. Let us bring our business ability to the service of the Master and his church. God will hold each member responsible for the service it is in his power to render. The Bible School is the most productive department in our church life today. It adds more members than all the other depart- -U are-goin- the way. Yours for service, S. T. PROCTOR, ! Bible School Superintendent,' 'v. SCum II if I & MT. fnttrctl at the VERNON K SIGNAL trruml-ciiiif- a MOUNT VKKKOX, All Vernon, V FRIDAY, MARCH 4. 1921 t Ky. I'nrintir null Mutter, 1'ulilislit'd everv Friday by Allot K II. MlI.LKK wu ASNOUNTOKNT We me antliorlml to unnoii'iiv, Mihjeel tq,tl)P action of the Rrpnlilicaii I'nrty at next Angina Primary. n. .1. nBTiumUM Kor Circuit Jinljr' H. C. KRNNKOV. l'or Circuit JiuIklv in Uotoa lost Mr and. Mrs.Mnnian Savl-oriinWeek, Utile daughter Lynn Ri.se Rigs'ii tl T. J, IIALI. For Circuit Court Clerk. V. T. (MIX) DAVIS, Circuit Court Clerk. JKSSR M. DRROKD Circuit Court, C.erk. JOHN V. I'IGO, 81st District. Rf presort athe CAM MULU.VS For County .fudge. b. F. IiOWMAN, County Judgf Countv Judge NIC'KMSV. For Countv Court Clerk. I.I'.K WARD spent the weekend with her parents Mi. ii'id Mrs. Hoskins of Copper Creek. Miss Sophi-- Lear und Mr Higger lluriihnm hoth of tins place were married at Mt. Vernon on tho 23rd Thu bride is the diughter of Mrs. Laura Leiir mid is attractive and popular with all who now her. Mr. Hum hum is a splendid young mini. Tneir friends cortninay wls.li thorn ml tho good tiling of lifo. Mrund Mrs Albert Adams are here rrom Harlan with fiionds tuul relatives t Rs w v fnntKiriTluidI)rtcH i ir jtMMMMIIMMIiMMM---'- il ! HlHTaiM ! llllU IWIIIMWM1I Mlns y llHlj IJIf II I I 11 Li I In guest of QUAILwis Lilhe Iliiinm Kv.i N'r and s the COULD HARDLY EAT ANYTHING UNTIL HE USED IPE-RU-NFOUND jni IklMlJLuJs: a For Infants nnd Children. TORI Mothers Know Alwa.vs J Ik: Genuine Caster Saturday night. Mrs Russell Albright :iro visiting Mr and Mrs, Mr Joe Mnj'irs at Clarence Maurit'O Thomp.on spent Friday! night with Humor sm d Lontor Merrill. -- Mr, Rny Hpporson tf Claroiioe Is visiting his brother - Mr. bore for the lust Wwdiiys, Jean Drown has been sick for NEI3HBIMS IT A WONDERFUL MEDICINE A j . butti,ttnttMj,Uo. Catarrh of thu stomnch and lmn ula Is among thu many forms of catarrhal diseases from which n l;ir;e number of pooplo needlessly MilTer. Fifty years of usefulness Is the guar, anteu behind PE-RU-N- "I w, wmk and Mrrrl and ronM hirdly mt injlblPit notll I rint. HoonmftpMilt' Ktf ttti ftiy irrnctTi retnrnfl. I tclrt mj nrlctbori ind tnrf on 9 of thtm f onoil or It a nonrirrfnl mriliclne. Yon run alwr Rt I'e ninn it mr houM no raincr At tio t tat," Sit. T. N, WiiKintia. iisa.I1 "" ' .SX2&2K3fl luitea while 7lHlim'S-- Bears the TtarftaaftWfcffl" Signature Chccrruincssaiiar.vY'"--: Kr5dbIMul A " rn 1etf torftaensanaui. of M v,v In - is not much Mr. George Walker A Tablets or lipid StM EnrrnWrt nnd little daughter Hthol have ioen vith Mr. and Mrs. Hull Davis for a few days. Miss Mrs. 'Albright KI711 Proctor of near Quail has nnd Homer and i Las-wel- l, Septus jtaUUiSM IMP t AhclpfulRcmedyfof rnnsilnaUonnndDUrftiOM T.J. or drugs. and call for Hint Slep Right In you waul in gro ceries, dry goo Is M i n VI Aj AV Klsie lerrin make their home in Indianapolis. Lester spent Messrs.Gillis Urown, Tony ,frs. Wednesday night with their nnouinonia fever and Earl Uullock, and , Mien llitt spent Monday with cousin Vergil Herrlu who nuirri- - Misses Hattio and Mabel M and Mrs L. H Nelho and. Pearl Puroell, Hown -- Mr. d list Wodnosday, Miss Ottio ind Mrs. Homer Brown is visit- Grear- - Mr, Gjllis Drown called and Rlslo Horrin woro all tho ing her parents Mr. Tom Taylor on Miss Mabel Kastham Sun- gnoat cf Delta Logsdoii Sunday. Mrs. Alien Hmtt spent day.- Winfiold Cress hud a J. L. Ii'vis proaohes at Provi . rt. They are going to denco Sunday March 6th. lie day Wednesday with Russell East-hams Use For Cvor Tiik Davis Storks 11 isicStalftSgSESS V ir JJIIS. I.KII.A MAY COOl'RR. Conrty Conrt Clerk. -- MARETBURGr was with and Sunday -- CEfflVl '& i;1 - Iw bounty w. nrtr.-a.AtTiv K. J. McKINNEV, Court Clerfcr A. CRCW'.U Miss Locy Talleiit - For County Court Clerk For Slxiill WADKH. LIVKSAY l'or Jailer. JOHN (,', .HOWARD " Misses Grace and Mirgrot ThoniDson wore sruesls of Matlie hoiUtiillsS.uurdax iu.vB.Tw o NEWSSIaJ thirty Year; MJ I Still Feeding and-tlrre"Stuc- ,k the People FEED, For Jailer JOHNNY CI.ONTZ, For .Taller RRV. WM. M DURHAM For Surveyor DKM.ARD COTTON, Magistrate 4th District V CuNSTABLB lilt DISTMCT M.COTTON HI AT T r ' ' i Mr.and Man. Grant Berry have returned to their home at Shaw-lia- n after spending several days with relatives. John Soward is very sick with pneumonia. Mr. Philbeck of Jackson has moved his family to the property vacated by Alvin Carpenter. Uncle Jim Lucas has been quite sick for several days. Luther Robert was here from Fleming last week with relatives Mrs.Macky Sayi- or is numbered with the sick. Jim Adams is home from Norwood Ohio with his parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Adams, Chas. tOwens was over from Conway (Sunday. Mit Ross was here ilast weak from Garrad buying John Brock has moved ttolhe Lucas property and Mr jRector moved his family to Mr. Brocks property A'Tiatrtber ifrom here attended tho Hayse vfiale near Ottawa Saturday.--Mr(Fannie Lear is visiting at the s Sunday night, Mr. nnd Mrs. Neol Coin entei trined a orowd of young folks with a dance, tnose present were- Mr.and Mrs. Leon- iffiTBiissel I of'Li vl ng ton , MTs'ses, Turpin, IvTHtlfO" Bnssell, MattS and Murgaret Kmmu, Grace Thompson and Roso and Mattfc Messrs: Nt)alT4iompsou,Gobel-ftni-4 Morris Turpin, Walter Bussel', John Denem.and Robert, George, They had fine and Roy Cope music and all reported a delight fill evening Rev Klic Waddell held services at tho residence ot A B.Siuns Sunday no 11 o'clock Emma Proffitt has returned Jjome after teaching a succoss- tercj of school in Jacksou County Mesciapjs Lee Middleton and ere in Brodhead John Houk shopping.last iw,feer. Roy Sams wwz with home folks gicday. Mrs. John Houk and cliildr.en spent last (Sunday with rar and Ms. Clarice Mrs.Lee tuiddltHon. Chandler was in I3ro4i,03d lae,t of the weak visiting D 3- Ch&nd. Itr. Mrs. Jofij Houk was in Brodhead on busjucs last of the week. - iVcSuiid ivj.i'tsif.xi I I : Exact Copy of Wrapper, mm THCCCHTAU Til IJ? rata; riO"30-0- A HTUXmOLMULE n coMPAxr. Ntw ronK city. married Februsry 1. Their in Poton, Atiff S'lth says, "I havelwen the real estate brokerage business for many friends wish them q. lonj piany years. I have sulTetvd with lo and happy married f clwi), inilfgestion and nervousness, sltep Alien of Crooked Creek paseil hutsiiji'etnl.fii eat ultlifiut fear belter j thnugh here enrout to Narrow flinil ran feel u great elmugc of ii"trcsM, in piy O. M. Payne Gap. Tuesday. attended the burial of Albert Tiiore is nothing in niAlieal science In thotivat-roen- t C'ark, Tuesday, at Johnetta. flmtfijualij of indication, rMl")iatini, ner Mrs. Sarah Simms visited her mother Mrs. Cope Tuesday, who vousness, kidney and liver Ills Sold by 1'ionK.r Drug Store, Alt Vernon, anil is in poor health. all reliable dritjjyUU. I hfe.-rW- yatt IK I .vn y wh ere . J h ey keeping for awhile. J. T. Stephens and family visited W. H Miss Mary Stephen". Suntlay Rich ana Mr.Forost Nunley were J. P. STRONG MEAL, FLOUR, MEAL, SUGAR, COFFEE, 77":;;KD,SOAP, SODA, TOBACCO. Read"thTs over aga'inTlt i"s"Brain"Food for nUlH Prominent Real Estate Broker of Maisachuscltcs you: sys-ei)- ." if J were tSoi,,t5 ,0 ,nake n fi6ht for the Judgeship of the County. My answer, NO, I had to fight for a job, but have always had, to Ijip jab, (a njako an honest jivinrj. yiint would you or the courts do wijh a man that would avail him sef wjth his liinchmen ant arm themselves nd call on tho stockholders of any of your four hanks qr three JradeiJ schools in your county and fight his way on the board. I do not believe in force, hut peace and harmony, love and equal rights to all. 0, how I do wish thut I could have the board to understand that Rockcastle is just a great big family of folks: brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, and grand parents: what is mine is yours, nnd what is yours is mine; we nil have equal rights and titles in her, and at nil times realize that your neighbor has got to live as woll as you. IHAVR never BEEN ASKED flit BEFORE SPRING QOJVIES, TONE UP YQjLJR gLOOD Pejito-Manga- DUDLEY NEWS - Little Sallie Johnson daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Miltord Johnson sfcfint Saturday night with her grandparents Mr J.F Johnson. Your Blood fteeds the Help of M,r.n,ia fri rs. jonn nciion ana n in daughter JcthoJ n Pirje Hill was (jryaG'4 the guest of' Mr. unu Mrs d. T. Springtjiue 10 .Overcome Reams Sunday Mr. Delbert Diowsy, Listless FeeL- martin and W.P. Goforth were in m ROCKFORD We are ings Called "Spring Fever" Pale Faces Caused by Dsd Blood Bconn Hollow sorry to hear of the Albert Clark one of our boyg, son of D. G Clark, who died at Johnson dry Bill Tennesso Febauray 2j. Augliu of Mt. Vernon is visiting death e ot That Tireil a AlL-Cton- e frieiiTls"o"n "Cieair'Creeir tri'lsTweek iynal Danger YourJiJood Ne.ejla Tys Feeling That Rollie McCollom who has been ' "nEl'iJdti Jess' LfeuVaE" Wildie. Mrs Harrison Rentnsaiid diildren of Missouri are visiting - Oscar Charley other relatives hero. .;ind P.CJLear were in Crab Orchard first of the week. . Charley Griffith has returned to his home after a visit -- with his Miss sister Mrs. Ruy Mcharg. Delia Klrby of Boone Is the guest of Miss Anna Taylor this week, rs. Car-ter-aa- d a -- Kentucky, has returned home. Several from Scaffold Cane attended church at Clear Creek Sunday. Mi Daisv Todd was the guest Sunday of M4ss Mr.and Mrs. Ray Ltnville spent the night witlwlfr Linville Tuesday mguii. J. C. Dullen Jr. tool' lis tobacco to Richmond last weelc Mrs Jack Woods und baby who has been with her parents for some time h as joined her husband at Con. at work at Krypton jSplcudld S)iing To;aio ThoJUaodJUftf-- rnn rnre i;;. your body in tho utteries auu veins is of ttle most vital importance to tho hcaWhy Hfo of the body .The little raT'wrpusEles are what carry Jife to tlie jiif1' , rournfceli&-tJmtnkt--rjp-y.OTirinpoFj- Ruby-Stcphc- ns aaJ-M-tGoc- '-j body. Tho blood is uho the vc hiclo that carries away most, if Lumber Is tap i you know that DID almost 50 per cent cheaper than I one year ago? Did you know most everything in the building line is away down? Did you know right now is the best time to do that building you have been putting off so long ? I am selling Lum-- r position in the no.xt Ten Days (o furwili nou nuytiiig you will need to build with. 1 iiava just got in a car Floorin 'Bl cur Coiling, car Plaster .Lathes, und h rnv l raining Miiniu'i l, Hooting. and Cement, au Imve in stock a line of SIItiltWIN. WIL'ou nil fcjtwv this paint has given LIAMS p&intfl. witisfncriou for over sixty years guaranteed to cover more space and to last 'longer than ai.y paint en thu mtirkot; Most any color jutockfoiusiilpujd out,. Yours for ffood buildings. I will bo in not all, of the wasuTproducts. Syringtjino is the season when the body adjusts itself from tho rigors ot winter to the heap of summer. You nonce now uiucn sickness there Is in the spring? Perhaps there are weeks when you feel drowsy and listless, and you call it "Spring fever." It is realy your blood that has become weak and thin, and it needs help. Take that good blood tonic It will Gvde's give tho red corpuscles In your blood now power to carry f res h oxygon to the cells al,l over the body. You'll notice a nfiaugo ov the better in a few days. It brjnij thu color back to the pale faces aud lifts you out of tired, feelings so that you enjoy full lepto-Mutigaall-gon- Yours for business and the betterment of old Rockcastle County homo from Covington where he has bpon working l,isses L;la Reims and Palla H. I Chlldr3j l;?ye entered school at Covington and are tfoltn;r along Mullens STTTlaces of the mi have moved to their new home ivuunu oy system. on Joe Reams place. Miss Rissie local applications, as they canWe will give. One Hundred Rhod. UUml RxU Reams was the guest of Nellie not reach tho i.iseaMid portion Dolhrs for any case of Catarrhal WTLry WUta Uihonu x22m7 mi of tho car. Thero is qnly one iay From lilghUrlaiHocln. At ;rrly-iinSunday. Deafness that cannot be cured rcuuinable prtctn. wlin tats arrival iruarantrml anil al f.ir and Mrs.Annie Hubbard were to cure catarrhal deafness, and by Hull's Catarrh Medicine. charirt prepaid to youi i)0v Frea circular wnl art muni. v and Mrs J F. that is by aconsjt'tutional remedy tho guest jjf All druggists. jjc. KT, HATCHERY, Monday night Oiner Catarrhal deafness is caused by Johnson F.J.Chenov & Co.,Tolcdo,Ohip. Hicky is proTty sick at this an Inf jaTfiefl condition of t!)e Cliarli'i Jtlubbarcl mucous lining pf the Eustachian yntn'S- SKSVBiaVBIiBtBaVBiBalB u 00 V liunTn'ih tu He IS uiflainoiT oT rbeTuJicfc woVk at Dudley and Charley Hllbbard you have a rumbling sound or, call on -istlie bremao. -- TMtS. Rosa nnpnrfpcL hwiFingufljLi:li!iU-it- T Mt.Ver-no- n Hubbard was tho guest of uir. is entitoly closed, ikutiioss is UnUs's tho intimatand Mrs. Molvina Johnson Sun: the result. day- .- Bob Payne has u saw mill ion can be reduced und this in Boones Hollow and saws tube restored to Its normal condi Wo sell moats, lard dry salt, cheese, butter, oleomarevry day, and wauting common tion, Hearing will bo destroyed Wo pay commission and give credit on all garine, etc. forever. Mauy cahot of deaflaborers at S) 00 j, day. mail order This is steady work but will not require ness are caused by catarrh, which all of your time. Writo at once to Mac-CuHu- m is an jnflamod condition of the Llvtneton, ICy. mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh MorohqnejloQ Broker - Ucxlngton, Ky. Fob. ?8, lflji. turougli tho blood I have heard that I was an obi Medicine acts business Saturday on At.lKr Reams has I am looking forward to the biggest and happiest day of nil our past lives the Tourth o' July the date of our Declaration of Independence, when I nm going to give a to this People, that we might know each other better, and get acquainted, and get that old selfishness out of us. If we would learn more about each other and' then try to help each other overcome our weaknesses this would be such a nice pluce to live. Do good for evil ; what 's good for the gander is good for the goose: let 's lay down eur prejudice, not fall out with your neighbors because they don't vote and do like you do, but reason together nnd you will find that you can always learn something ftflm, a fool that will help you to get along in this world. The. tjrne is not long on, eartuf for any of us, and unless ye can ami wilj do something for qiix' neighbors and our neighbor's children,' we had just as well not have lived. 'So let all get right and live right and then we will be right when the end comes. home-coming J.W. RIDER fine.-7-Wi- llie i.Aiiui W Baby Chicks d &$&&& X I Wanted the Retail Grocery Stores in and Rockcastle county MAN to Williams e vigor. Spring is the time for blood tonic. Take Gude's so a good I'cpto-Mangau Jector to tho Autopsy, arid examination which was held after tho death of my hits baud. I ask the undertaker to do what was did, and further I wonld not luivo permitted him to have been put away until tho analysis was made I do this to .vindicate myself against any talk which has been .or jyijl bo rumor, ed to unifomed people. Afjajn thanking tho many friends, who has showed me kindness and assisted me in my great loss. Post-Morte- Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank that you can enjoy I am greatfully yours, Mrs T. it is YOUR homo bank Repauso its olicprs nii() (lirectfirs are all homo peopln are all known to you, AND AK1D YOUU FRIENDS. eeaii80 tho most beautiful season of tho C. Welch. year.Get it at your druggist's, FOR SALR OR TRADE but bo sure, it is the genuine, 1 " set French Burrs 36 inch with 'Gddo's printed i'ou tlie ' package. Il is utlablo for tractor or steam now sold in .both tablet und liquid er. Horizontal top runner pocket They ho,vo exactly iho balanced. Call or write, form. Ray Mahorg, same medicinal vulao; iq up HIatt. Ky. AdvortJsenifmt . Pepto-Muugun- Ilecaiiso your frinds are more vitally interested iu YOUR welfare than others ciiu possibly bo, ReoaiiHo the bank is conducted on safe and sound business principles, and takes no chuiu,j with other people's .money. .. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you SCO, OOO.00 Floyd Miller, C&.hier s.'t: proctor vrnorri r Mt. Ky . "I"" i CASTORtA Children Ory ma FLETCHFS'S U . C. DuVur, PruaMviit Peoples Bank Capital -- Surplus $12,00$. 00 r ' 1 SIGNAL Mt VERNON, MT. VliRNO N Ky, Mnr. 4, 1921 A, C. Sawder has returned from au extended visit with in Memphis, Tonn. W.M. Bullock left for Bowling Green Thursday morning Mr. Bullock is interest in the oil rol-allv- es Lis CKY How sharp Pencils and T 0 m p o i n t Fountain Pen, at the Davis Stores oarr s bus-iiit- louitviiic NitHviuc R.n Co. TIME TABLE. nortn nortti 28 south 21 South 2 24 6.09 p m 8:17 12:17 12:22 am pm am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. PERSONALS Sam Lucas is in V.CP.K. Borea this Fred Baker was In Livingston Saturday. V.R.Gott was in Bond first of tlie week. - JobttoyjriBSunr up from Withers today. Asa Lomaster was up from Livingston Saturday. George Owens was up lrom Stanford Sunday. John Noe is home from Ohio "for IT few days. Dr. J.D Henderson was in Stanford last week, d Cecil Hayse was up from last night. Robert Mullins of Withers is visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Craig wero Brod-hea- Marguerite Welsh was called homo from Evansville Sunday on account of the illness of her father' R.A.Welsh. Mrs. Nannie Branaman of Bcrea left last week for Aberdeen Miss, for soveral months visit with her daughter Mrs.D. M. Gott Casper B. Levisay has returned from Loxington whero ho has been for a tonsil operation, under the care of the Govern met. J. L McKnlghtand S. P. two prosperous farmers of tho Roundstone section wcae in town yesterday on business, Miss Lucy Mink of Ottawa, and Leroy Sams of Laurol Cou nty were married at the County clerk's officeyyesterdny by Esq, Itobert Bvatis. cad Kate- K'sscs...Nw:nJe. Proctor of Beelick also Homer Wilson of Brodhead spent Satur- dap and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Proctor. Jess Lear was over from Wildie Wednesday and tells us that his brother Will Lear of the Hiatt section, who went to the Modern Woodmen Sanatarium for tuberculosis treatment is getting better fast. Cau-dill, Sis IKE cigarette Its toasted 7 TO ALL' MY FRIENDS On nccount of other business 1 have tlecidod not to run Rockcastle for sheriff .of County ot this time. I want to thank nil who have stood by mo and given me their support With best regards, 1 am, Your Friend, "James Winsleud. CARD OF THANKS Wo take this-- means to convey our freiuds, our most sincere thanks, for tho kindness shown us during our sad berovment in Iho death of our beloved son, Albert Clark. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clark. to ISOM B. SAYLOR FOR JAILER Having decided to make the race for Jailer, of Roinauue .uunty in the coming primary election August, 0, I92I. To the Republicans OTThisX'ounty, both Ladies and Gentlemen, I earnestly solicit your support in this raco for Jailor. I want you to take up the many different claims you have and that you may have on your list for this office and if after you have considered all of your claims and you think I am worthy of your support and influence and I am the one that ought to have the office, I will do my duty and fill it to the best of my ability regardless of personal motives or policical views I ernostly solicit vour support and influence! Thanking you in advance for any favor that you may lend me. Your Friend. ISOM B SAYLOR Hiatt. Ky. KODAKS and Films at The theHHcrbu'rlding" Lucky-Tige- LOCAL TTrLLDavis-Stores-i- n Easter is Sunday March 23. In Urodhead last week. Now shoes at the new price at Miss Anna Belle Stewart was Fish's. in Stanford last Thursday. Vote for Bill Davis for Circuit J. W. Baker Jr, and wife were Clerk. Republican Primary Augup from Livingston today Al Homes of Crab Orchard visited in Mt. Vernon Sunday. Miss Onie Silvers is visiting Mr. a. d Mrs. G.M. Ballard this ust 6th. lt Dont forget the meeting of the stockholders of the Mt. Vernon Fair Asb'a. Saturday at Court House. 19-- Women Made Young i$JlftIM Mwmjgm mateooa promote Thm NaOom'a Hair mmtt RrJ,laltiHmvt r It IWKy affjyZE J Positively PdAndraff ecalpiitopa . " Bright eye9, a clear skin and a body BHH full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system EXCELLENT REMEDY FOR in order by regularly taking CONSTIPATION. It would be hard to find a COLD MEDAL week. better remedy for constipation For the Republican Nomina Jno Renfroe of Harrodsburg tion for Circuit Clerk, W. T. than Chamberlain's Tablets. was here Tuesday eurouto to They are easy to take and mild t Davis. Plato. and gentle in effect. Give them a Kentucky lost more than two Th world's standard remedy for kidney, trial when you have need. Tno. L. Bullock and sov oral liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the In lite and others wero in Brodhead last million dollars by a decision of enemies ofdruggists, looks. sizes.use sine 1696. AU the U. S. Supreme Court, knock- Look for Ike name Coldthree on nJUtMedal enr box FATHER POISONS HIS and accept no imltaUon ing out the cents a gallon tax 'Misses Martha and Bes Sparks on whisky. 50 ol Louisville were in Mt.Vernon New spring suits at the new STARVING CHILDREN Congressman King Swopo of spring prices at Fish's. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Val Wright are Danville vill bo recommended for Albert Clark sou of D. G. and the proud parents of a girl, born the appointment of Assistant Attorney General of the United Nannie Clark of Orlando, Ky.. Kentuckian Receives Letter Froi the ard. States. China Telling of the Horrible died last Tuesday morning at CCBateB is now traveling for Johnson City, Tenn where he Famine ConditioBS There my tho Mahan Grocery Co. of Win- Weve Got four Number miss, little was in a National Sanatorium fo the chester. the treatment of Tuberculosis. E'T. Mullins Monrce Miller hair ribbon, . His father was with him at the 40,000,000 FACE DEATH Jujtenouj;ruvS-yQt- t KjUJu2locJtwreJ3JYJttcJie5ter. time of his death. He was buried o make a bow for little me. yes'terday. at tho family burying ground at The Davis Storks. Judge R.G. Williams of Coving s Johnetta Tuesday afternoon. So dreadful are the famine ton visited his mother Saturday A largo recreation hall, over- The Rev. William Durham con in China, a father poisoned his and Sunday. looking two rivers, a dining hall ducted the funeral and the Junior family to save them from the traffertog DrrD.B. Southard and J.W. and 20 log huts are included in Order Of American Mechanics of starvation. The 40,000,000 people Acey,.. of Smnford were in Mt the plans for the new sunimoF also" took part in tho services. who face starvation now are beginning camp of the state Y: M. C. A at Many who wore present ro to die from the dreadedtyphus. . Vernon Sunday. marked that it was tho largest up fromiMammotn Cavo Robert MoKezie was These conditions are described in a gathering thoy had ever seen at letter to the Kev. Dr. E. Y. Mntllns, Corbin Saturday to see tho McNew Spring suits at the new a funeral. There were people Louisville, chairman for Kentucky of Donald Birch Co. Spring prices at Fish's. from Disputanta, Mullins Station, the China Famine Fund, ami also are Mrs. Logan Towery of Berea is The Senior play "Safety First Wildie. Orlando, and Mt, Vernon told of in the report of the American visiting her sister Mrs. Robt.Cox was every thing one could have and other sections who came out Minister at Peking sent to President this week. expected, it was filled with mirth, to pay their respects to tho dead Wilson. The campaign to save these P. Q. Griffin who lralbeen wit and humor from begining and express their symyathy lor people from starvation was launched suffering with rheumatism is to end by the President. The actors deserve tho bereaved family. somo better. mention which our limited space 10.000.000 Are Children. wlhen it comes --.,,. mimo... ct.t. tht Wcaro glad to report Mrs. A. will not permit this week. It is Illor Iho Tnnuiarrn to UiUllllU up nuU dress goods of this number, 12,000,000 are subsistimproved. She expected that the Seniors will E. Miller much stage this play in several of the trimmings, laces, riclcruck, mid- ing on dry lenes and 10,000,000 of will be home the first of April. dy braid, etc. The Davis Stouks them are children. adjoining towns. Dr. Mullins eajs this famine is the Mrs. W. T. Crawford and FOUND A CURE FOR IN- greatest since the one in 1870 when daughter, Virginia ure visiting COUGH CAAMBERLAIN'S "the world stood aghast at the death in Berea this week. RKMEDY NOTHING SO GOOD DIGESTION. and of "I use Chamberlain's Stomach Themillions by starvation are at cold. Russel Proctor and wife are FOR A COUHG OR COLD. our horrors of that year here from Winchester visiting "Every body who has used and Liver Tablots for indigestion cry doors," he said. Tho area Involved is larger than Mr. Proctor's parents. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and find they suit my caso bettor any dyspepsia remedy T speaks well for it," writes Ed than Jas. Arnold Purchased a piece have ever tried aud I have used of property from W.L. Richards ward P.Miller, Ahottstown, Pa. many different medicines. I am People who once used this prelast week, prico unknown. nearly fifty one years of age and applied at seldom satisfied MI . W.H. Brown has bought the paration are havo suffered a great deal fro m night will make our feet with any other. It is excellent to property just back of the Court allay a cough or break up a cold Indigestion. I can eat almost any House trom W.L. Richards. feel 1 0 years younger in thing I want to, now," the morning and take the writes George W. Emory, Rock sting out of corns. Mills, Ala. These tablets contain no popsm "W strengthen tho storaaoh and enable it to digest THE PIONEEU DRUG STORE Mt. Vcrnoo, Kentucky. tho food naturally. 19-i- luK fallinj- heir laxnnsnt growtn afldj rasa, bcautr. beeith action lmnMdlcta ami certain. Money-Bac- k Gosnntea. Atanigttoee mmt laiWhiriMlIM w asm!. tor VBCMX TKEX COl. tmtm Oty.Ma. eradicate comets eenft. - eef Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffncr & Marx & Inauguration day when a nw party tarts into action is a good tlma for ua to tall what wa'ra doing for you thla spring i&Mm mr-- winm We've put clothes prices - on the lowest possible . -- basis We have been able to make a very material reduction in the price of good clothes wiJl-sex- f We're doing our part ; wef ve reduced our margins; weVe eliminated every item that seemed wasteful so we could give the greatest values in this town eoodl-tlon- We're doing it too; we're ready to show you with the new spring, styles rFlSH'S .Clothes 'WEAR -- Special Miiai MensanoBoys MJHiH M.'l Outfitter FOR ;, !2LYernon1V$ THE I STORE THAT SELLS CASH v , I ..j.. - SORE FEET? NTOL France tod embraces Shacttung, Shan-E- l, aaaai3. lsal aaLaaaawSB HaaLBaa CMhli and llonao. A missionary in a letter received Moner back without question U HUNT'S Salv falls In the yesterday by Dr. Mullins, says: j trtitment of ITCH, HCZIIMA. RINQWORM, TKTTKR or "This dreadful famtno follows five other Itchlnir ekta dlitini. years of crop failures. Millions of Try a 75 ceat box at our title. men, women and children are eating uyd Die last of their dry leaves. The winpeoters here are very cotd bat these ple have ao feel they depend on leaves and goollang stalks to beat their hots they have neither. Typhus Upon Them. This appeal Is not oars bat theirs. I pawed from Techow to Tientsin, there was only barrenness, wheat had been sown In seme few spots, but It Is lens wait until harvest time and now ,A.i CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use ForOver Always the signature Pioneer Drug Store "&&& 30 Years One Measure of a Man's AbiWy To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account P. C. CRAIG Insurance General Millar Building Mt.Vernon - Kentucky FINK-STUDI- O ". RoomNo.s SPECIALS FOR. THIS WEEK h resli Strawberries, Ripe Tomatoes, breon Peas, Green Onions and Kalo typhus is upon ua. found one very pathetic case. The cew that had kept the family alive for nentas, faBed U give milk for lack (feed. She tad U he sold for a trifle. The father prepared a good meal ( "BeedaV fcwujltini far his family. asked how U was His littte bstvtec sack goed teed 1 Mtw da-nat-tac Lettuce Pancy Fruit at All Times ICE OKBAM SATURDAY Joe's J5ISNS CAS.tORIA, CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR . Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR peases fta eat he out eg that Misery. He ceuld set hear to see tbesa starve aei (bey were dead when I arrived. Tteaae send money for these poor boaan heiac. The railroad into BXaaesorU wll haol wheat tree of charge but we haveatt eewogh saeney to hay the wheat" Dr. Haflha baa seat an appeal to the ctergy of Keatucky te relate the Paw mlartensry. Joseph ciaerteaces Barge, treasurer of the Famine Puad. snails the node te OJna through SUto aJeyarttaant al WaiMntfni. turn. a lead aVaa. atat he had yat After they ta4 Tho man who consistently and regularly ndda to hia savings invites confidence, The frugal and thrifty man finds a ready extension of credit when ho needs it. Everyone should save a portion of hia eavn'mgn. We extend to you tho advantage of our bauking facilities, which will uiakoBaviug easier. Wo pay interest on time deposits. BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Nlceloy, President. W. 1 Cashier. m .;::.sprio news - She Was -- fast ' T-- ,H ; S FOR D K-i- Jtvl m lbb 15 where it was an effort for KmA me to go. I would have' bearing-dow- n pains in my side and back cs J pcciauy severe across my back, and down in my oiub uieic woa u ijilui deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily tip- set. Mr. Nathian Mullins has been is Ik ii Price and littlu datigh A holding u thirteen clays aincii': tliegnest of Mrs Swiiunlc school, wo cett linly lnd n good Miss Nellie Hullnrk Thursday. ' success. Mr. Ted Harper conHrynn Price of this section and ttnues verv sick. Wilson Noo Mr. Owir Kvnns of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday and Sunday night were married Tuesday. We wl sh C nr ! with his cousin D.vie Noo t At1(MIMI lorgnnd happy life. Mrs Brotno. Mr.Grovo Owoms spent La ttl,k' """ MISS M,,a Noon Made a iNew Sunday night with his littlu cous wore in Spiro siioping Saturday. , ,, f rTT in Dallio Francis Owens. Mr. raise The singing that has boon go Hiiflon Dillinghnni gave an oyster ing 011 at Freedom for two weeks Enough suppor Friday night. All reportc'osed Saturday. Just informed t hat Miss Lula and Bessie Norton ed a nice time. Misses Ethel and Chloo Helton was in Mt. "I can recommend Taulac with will attend school at Berea tho Vernon Monday shopping, Mrs all my heart," Miid Mrs. Sussie spring term. lack Meeco who M.G.Noe spent Suiway with her' Medaris, of 226 West 11th sticet has boon sick for some timo 19 Mesdams Joe Mr. T. B. Coviugtuii, Ky.,"for sinco taking slowly improving. sister.Mrs.J.U.Noe. Dillingham sold his property to the medicine lam enjoying just. Meeco and Djlla Hall was the J.II.Dnnn of Iirodhead for $4600. wonderful health and strength'' guest of Mrs Mary J. Cress Sat. -- Grant Noe left last week for For nealy a year I wns almn.st who is Miss Bertie Kirby I lost my ap- attending school at Mt. Vernon 111. Miss Leila Popo spent Sat. a nervous wreck. night with Ruby and flonnic petite so completely that I had was with home folks Saturday 1 night Miss Jewel Priconnd Mr McKinney. - Caper Owens left no desire whitever for food. I'rench, Wnytnntt I'rencli, Defendants. felt tired nod worn out all the huster Isaacs wore married at Ilonnli! French, Chrlntluo today for Louisv'lle Kentucky. By virtue of a judgment nnd I'rench, and Kdnn.MiirivIl, Wo extend Misses Myrtle and Ollie Owens time and seemed to be losing al Mt Vernon Friday. IX'feiidiintM. order of snle of the Rockcastle were in Mt. Vernon Monday hav- the energy I ever had Of our heartiest greetings to this Ily virtue of u jiulcnif lit mid order of Circuit Court, rendered at its all the troubles I think ner.ous young couple. Miss Ola Debord alcofthc Rockcastle Circuit Court, ing some dental work done February Term, ifj2l, in the Miss Mossio Noo spent Sunday ness must be the worst, lor and Mr Tom Lawrence of Level rendered nt U February Term. 11)21, in above styled action, for the pur never had anythingo before to Green wor married Saturdny. the above styled action for tho purpose po-- e of with Christine Owens Mrs. John closinf,' up the estate of of dividing tho proceeds between the ..Dillingham spent Thursday with give me nan tne wor ry anti ?o Mrs, Mnlvina Norton was in widow and tho heirs to Urn tract here Robert G. Murray and set tl in.' Sfrs' il.nftcr iti'scribed, I will procouil t her daughter Mrs. T. B. Dilling. completely" rob" lite ot" all its' Sprr6"sh1opp'i,iig''5"i't'urilay. saine.I willpieeecd tooffer for sale ham of this place J. C. Graves who has been.vory offer for nalc, nt the front dsorof thu at the front door of the Court Mrs. Lizzie pleasure-!- , McKinney is very side. Hev. "From the testimonials I saw sick is much better.. Honry Court Houw, Iu Mt. Vernon. Ky , to llnnse, in Mt. Vernon, Ivy.' to the Jim Cummins filled his regular where lots ot people had been Mink has moved to his property the highest bidder, at public miction, highest bidder, at pnhliu miction, on Monday, the -- 1st day of March, appointment at Freedom Church relieved of their nervousness and recently purchased from the 11121, lit r about o'clock ji.iu on Monday, the 2 1st day of third Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lucy Cross County Court D.iy), upon n credit of March. I!ij. ill nr nbimt UioJjL'Jirt to try it. It Kirby heirs. n'i'l'rl Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney took hold of my condition almost and Grace Bullock was the guest six months, t ijrTifflmvrnjr Tftmivirhi ".!' O'siiiK". County Court . Day) ,J are rejoicing over the arrival of at once and bui't me right up. of Miss Mary Sowder Saturday trnot of land, located iu Kockcnstlo upon a uieiui 01 m. iiioiiuis, me County, Kentucky, on the witters of a I2 pound girl. Mrs. Maggie In almost no time I began to reRound Stone Civek; nnd thus bouiidi'd: following described tract of land, McKinney .'.pent Friday with her lish my meals and regain my FROST PROOF CABBAGE On the north b the lauds of Adam located in Rockcastle County, Itv. and sister Ellen Mckinney. - Mrs. strength . Hryant, l'olly A llryant PLANTS. near the mouth of Horse Lick, County Road: on the east by tins Martha Simpson and baby Addio We have millions of the finest "Now I am f till of energy, perJ1J.'.llnili,lml .c f,.,v..s.. Ii lands of L.& Marie is spending the week with fectly healthy and life is once open field plants ready now. D.ivul llrynnt ; on the noiith by On the 1101 th by tliulanditufllan the lands of T I Niculcy ami John uihle lleiiiley 011 tho east by her mother Mrs J. S, Helton. more a pleasure to me. In fact Early Jersey, Charleston Wake- - Flench; on the west by tho lands Rockcastle River: on tin- nouth by , Msa Alyrtle Owens went to see Taulacjias truly made mo a new fields.Flat Dutch. Parcel post of Sam Mullins of color, and anil the laiidx of William o iTie" TiilliN (ifliTO herhttlo niece Martha Marie" woman and I can never praiso it paid'joo- - 1.007500- "- $t5o,iOCRP or less. oil the hlieltoti, and cotiluliituc, 'Js acres. Dennoy Tuesday at Villilla. Mr enough." .sOOO $2.50. Kxpress Tho purchaser will l! rciulreil to exThe purchaser will be required Jim McKinney gave a music for So. Send for ecute bond with npproti-Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by (5:7.50, 10.o0o-$i- 2 the purchase prli-- touring tix jicr cent to execute bond with approved party Saturday night. Those Chas C. Davis; in b rod head by prico list, sweet potato and tomanud havuntil from resent weie: Misses, Berdie and the Brodhead Pharmacy ; and in to plants. Parker Farms, Mou- interest forco date eircct paid,jiidginvnt sfcuiity for the purchase price, of a and ing the Dearing six per cent interest from Livingston by R. It. Webb; in ltrie, Georgia. I'ertha Hensley.Mynlc.ollie and Burr by O S r.ri'lln. W. M. Owens. date until paid, and having the Mary Ellen Owens Flonnic, Ktiby Mas'er I'oniuiisMontT Fell 2S, li)21 Rockcastle Circuit Court. force and efTeet of a judgment aid Ida McKinney, Leila Popo, WANTED AGENTS The purchaser will bo given mid Christine and Bettie Owens. "It'i tho Lady or Gentleman Agent Bought," Chapett Thtne I Ever Write Mrs. J. Mann, Vn. possession of MiN property as Messrs Nathan Mullins, Emmet wanted in the city of Mt. Vernon soon as his bond is approved. "I pall $1 .25 (ot live calm of Rat.Snip and )oJi. a.id Clell Norton, Fred and Morr-- i the line number til lcJ rati Rev. H. L. Ponder ol Gauley to sell the gnnuine J' R. Watkins In)t by reckon we've saved hundreds we've picked Feb. 28, 1D21. of dollars la up. i Thompson.D elbert Ilicksjolm chicks, eggs and feed." Vour pet won't touch it. tilled his regular appointment Medicines, Spices, Extracts, ToiG S Griffin, lirowti, Huston aud Tedd Dilling. Rati dry up and leave no smell. 35c, GJC, 11.25. let Preuaratons, etc. All or spare Sold and guaranteed by Masler Commissioner Rock ham and Ben Bray. All reported at tile Clear Creek Baptist time. A wonderful opportunity Davis Drug Store Church Saturday and Sunday. a nice time. O C. C. Cox vernbn castle Circuit Court. to get into business for yourself. borne of the farmers of this aro begining f. plow for Write today for free particulars WANTED : A nurse to look the coining crop. Bob and Jo- nod sample. J. R. Watkins Co. 61 after two small children. NTTnTVJ seph Shear of Indiana have been Memphis, Temi. c DriTT Mrs Zella Sowder, called to the bedside of their Mt. Vernon, K.y. THE PNEUMONIA MONTH LARGE I I C0UNTRY father P. W. Shear who is very March is a typical pneumonia sick at this writing. Dempsie WJalUUS L11CU niypif-- ; JUggO Hart who is attending school at month and usualy gives a high rato of mortality for tho disease Berea spent Saturday and RIGHT I'MUK SOME NICK P.EXS ALSO homefolks. Kowona Ham- After a long and hard winter.the mond who is attending the grad- system loses much of its resistWill ed school at Haets Kentucky has ance and people crow careless. You can ship (J. O. I"), or open account. been at home for the past week. When every cold, no matter how slight.is givon prompt and in Ray Swinford has moved to Reference, First State Batik, or Bell National Batik telligent attention, there is much Richmond where he will probab Itly spend the summer. Bert lessilangur of pneumonia. should be borne in mind that Mullins who was shot tlirouiJi j germ viseasaaiid pneurnoH-ia-iw- i KY-.jtlie foot Ts"ab"lu tcTwallr again PUM 18 lit VMUUUI via ChamberWe were all sorry to hear of the breeds in the throat. Wonders for Me," JX death of D.G Clatks son of John-et- ta lain's Cough Remedy is an exk Jfc Declares This Lady. COMMISSIONER'S SA1.K. Kentucky. W.W .Anglin of pectorant and cleans out tho r I enffor tn 1 Iaha Mt. Vernon is in" this locality on germ ladened mucus aud not on'f KueVeiiHtlo Circuit Count. time wllh womanly weak-r- B business Farmers hero are cures a cold but prevents its reness," says Mrs. J. R I'iahitiff iu pneumonia. ft id pleasItnnkof Mt. Vernon, rather late sowing tobacco beds. sulting Simpson, of 57 Spruce L VS: Notice ant to take. Children tako it wil-- E.Abuey Jr. is in Harlan CounSt.,Ashevil!e,N.C. "I r finally got to the place T.J. Nicely, Aihnr., ut Henry ty at present. Walter Asbille of lingly. Nerveous Wreck - Covington Woman uiyi It iainas. In otner unt r woman" -- CIRCUIT KDOAR HtULlNS. PLAINTIFF COURT. V : Notlre YOlJUUAKbKN. J..1 Payne's Admr., Plaintiff FRANK MULMNS, DEFENDANT. J will deliver to you nil cliarpes I'lltil'A.. D, 1,000 Vs Notice Hy elrtue of a Judgment and order of nice cabbage plants for 2.75, or 500 for $1 50. Oinb Laura Pnyne, Etc., Defendants ale ot the rlockcaatlc Circuit Court, rendered at Its Miriiiiry Term, 1921, In the nbovo this clinnce, )liuit tire scarce, can iiinke sliipmeiit same Hy virtue of a judgment and lyled action, for the purpose of dividing day order is received. I'.iciw by Express collect. ortior of sale of the Rockcattle the proceeds of the property between the l.('3s tlinn 5 lb Mid Circuit Court, rendered nt its owners of the land hereinafter driorlbed, I ut $1,50 pel thousand will to February term thereof, 1921, in door proceen Courtoffer for sale at the front 5 to 10 tlionsiind ut 1.35 pei' thousand of the Ifoute In Mt. Vernon, Ky. 10 and over tho above .shlod action for the to the highest bidder, at public suction, on ut 1.25 per thousand purpose of winding up and Bet Monday, the 21 al dar of March, 1031, at er money with order S Ming the estnte of J. J. Payne, about one o'clock p. id. being county court lay, upon a credit of ilx months, the deceased, I will proceed to offer log described tract of land, located Just for salo nt the front door of tho north of Mt. Vernon, In Itockeaatle County Kentucky, nnd on the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., HUliway. and known nreit aide of Dixie at the II. J. Mulliiii to the highest bidder, at public farm, and thui bounded: Commissioner's Sale auction, on Monday, tho 21st day Declnninic nt a at ike on the west side Com missioner s Sale of March, 1921, at or about one of Mt Vernon and Richmond Uoad at the south east comer of the garden fence, HOC KCAST r. K C I RC U IT COU IT. ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT o'clock p. 111, (being county court near Chris Mullins' south east corner, Mary Iimb,wlilow,Jninc COURT. day), upon a credit of six months and rnnnlng wtatwardly with the fence Imh,IM I.uinb, Roy down the tho following described property, sects with hill to where (aid fence interRobert G. Murray's Atlinr., Ijiiuh, Ami Mnitlo Ilrown, the post and railing fence rialntlffH, plaintilT, located iu Rockcastle County, northwardly to the end of said fence ; Vh! N'ollio Ky., on tho Mt. Vernon and thence a straight line to the center of a Vs: Notice Roie I'rcncli, Vovn Krviicli, Somerset road and bounded ns spring at the forks of a hollow, about Herhert Mnrry' R:c, Attthur French, Roliert CABBAGE PLANTS VARIALL ETTES YOU should have plenty of nice KAULY Cnhbago in Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLK Commissioner's Sale C.F. Hethington Meggett S.C Th Cabbage Plant Man I n follows: 1 1 (Ir-Ii-i .tl1iLt-oil- vc I On the north by tho Mt Vernon and Somerset Road; on tho cast by tho Innds of Milt Sowder: 011 the south by tho lands of V. Ii, 1'iiyne, on tho west by the lands of W U and K ('. Payne, nnd contniniim mid hundred acres bethoHamoniore or lce. Tho purchaser will be requir- LtvLtiirri'ciile ImuLiyjib .approved for tho purchase price, sc.uif.-lb rtring six per cent interest from the day of sale until and hnvimr tho force and effect of a judgment Bidder:! win be tro. pared toconirU with these terms. p.-ii- Feby, 28. 1921. G S. Griffin", Master Commissioner castle Circuit Court. Rock- - N'-- "Commissioner s Sale ROCKCASTI.K CIRCUIT COURT 1 - Iulm-uiu- re nt-K- i jvut:.4oncs I'lalmlri. 2f0 yards west of the dwelling house it Is agreed and understood that the grantor and the grantee in the deed of Jonas McKenzie to II. J, Mullins shall have free access and equal rights to '.the spring ; thence a straight line westward ly to the line of the aforesaid fain and the division line between said farm and David Ifyslngtr's land ; thence with said division line between McKenzie .anal said Hjrslnger northwardly to the corner of Sam Smith's and David Hysinger's lands j (hence eastward!? with the line of Pani Smith's heirs, Harve Owens, Scott Fish and Sander Smith to the'Myers' nrongef ill, Vernon and Richmond Road; Hietire with the said road to the icrcimore or less. From this boundary Is excluded three lots, one sold by II J, Mullins tit Chris Mullins. located on the Dixie Highway and suuth of the' residence of it. J, Mullins, deceased. This lot fronts CO feet on the Dixie Highway ami runs back and west of equal width 120 feet, and one lot sold-- b) H.J. Mullins to Kilgar Mullins, located on Dixie Highway. His lot front Wj feet on Dixie Highway and runs back and we,t of equal widih 100 feet, and one lot sold by H.J.MuIlins I 2000-3-a- O, 1 DISPUTANTA. 1 i6-4t- p t I l7-3t- p ail PI a nrn n Hams, Qf Potato ZZWXiZ r-- Sun-wit- h pay CASH on delivery vs: Notice Walker I) Croueher, Detcndent. Hy viitueofn judgment aud order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its February Term thereof, liUl, in the above styled action for the purpose of satisfying the sum of $99.75 and !) 00 cost, I will proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest bidder nt public auction on Monday the 21st day of March, J921' at or about one o'clock p m (being cqu-ul- y court day), upon a credit of ,six moulh'x, the following described tract of land, located Iu Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on Crooked Creek and loun- ded as follows : On the north hy the lands of Daniel Anglin's heirs; on the east by the lands of Sales; on the south by thelands of J.F Dooley on the west, by the lands of Sid Azblll, and containing between forty and tifty acres. The purchaser will Us required to executed bond with approved security for the purchase price, bearing six per cent Interest frgm the date of sale until paid, and having the forco and effect of a judgement. Didders w I be prepared to comply with these terms. Highway. This lot fronts fiU feet On Dixie Highway and runs hack of equal width 100 feet. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved secsrity for the purchase urice, bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, aud having the force and eflect'of a judgment. The putehaser will be given possession of this pMperty assoouas his band la appro v rd. Feby. :S, 1921. Q. S. Griflln. Master Commissioner of Eoekcaxtle Circuit Cuurt. Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Brock, etc.. .Plaintiff, ChurloSR. Vs : Notice George Lucas, otc. Defendants. By virtue of a judgomont and order of salo of tho Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its February Term, 192 1, in tho above styln.l a;tion for the purpose of dividing the proceeds between the owners of the tract of land hereinafter described, I will proceed to offer for salo at th'oTFdnnroor of tho'Court House in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to tho high Monday the 21st day of March 92 1, at or about one o'clock p.m. (being County Court day), upon a crffritcT"sl3riiwnTTi3rTireTol. lowing described tract of land, located on what is known as Brindle Ridge in Rockcastle County, Ky., and thus bounded: Beginning at a stone, last cor1 X Suffer? & J G.S. Grlflln,' -- 12 p.j L.G. PARDUE E-VtkEv Master Commlssinor Rockcastle. Circuit-Cour- t. -- f.!2ISSmNJ'-E:&.SAL- ROCKCASTI.K ClltCUIT COURT. jest TL fV ullen, .1 0 Mullen, .loe.Hullcii, Pearl Wolfe. Tommy Mullen and Dewey milieu, " vs: notice "PlTiTnt'llTg, -- P YA k June Mullen, Georgo TAKE Madison comtiy.JtQak. JLvosmH doses of moonshine whiskey and WANTED: Men or women to died shortly after wards. Take take orders among friends and neighbors for the'genuine guarawarning. nteed hosiery, full lino for men, women and children. Eliminates dinning. We pay 75c an hour for spare time, or $36 00a week for full timo. Experionco unnecessary. Write International Stocking Mills, Norristown, Pa. lo t. COMMISSIONKIt'H IbrEverqfbiiig intheHomethat needs reflnishing you'll find Pee Geo will give you .splendid results you can do the work yourself and at small expense. Re-nu-Iac SAI.IJ GARDUI The Woman's Tonic kTV fl "I heard 0! Cartful and decided to use It," con tinues mrs. Simpson, "i saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise Cardul. It is the best woman's tonic made' Weak women need a tonic Thousands and thousands, like Mrs, Simpson, have found HWEET CLOVER AND HONEY ROCKCASTI.K C1HCUIT COURT. Sow sweet clover, cheaper and C. L. WKKNN 1'I.AINTII'F better than red clover. Buy direct from grower, special scarified vs : notico CHALT Hl'M.KNS IJHl'ItNDANT seeds for prompt germination. Ily viable ofa iuilmont anil order .of Prices and circulars free. Also sale ofruloof tho Rockenstlo circuit prices on honey. court, rendered nu its Fclnuary Term, 1921, In the above styled action for the purpose of gatUfytnj: n lieu hold by tho plaldttft ujjtiinHt tho lund hereinafter described, j will proceed to offer for salo at tre frsut door of the court house In Mt. Vernon, Ky, to the highent bid- cler, at puhho unction, on Monday, the 21st day of March, 1021, fit orahout ono o'clock p in, being county eourt day, upon a credit of aix month, the ruiiowiiigucM-riiiei- i tract of l.uul, locat ed in Kockcasile County, Kentucky ultuated 011 Scaffold Caue Ilrauch on the road leading to tho old Reed tau yard, and tho uina property convoyed to llullens by V II Lluville. Tho purchabcrwlll be required to execute bond with approved security for tho purchase prlco bearing six per cent Interest from date until paid, and having tho force and effect of n Judgment. PKBV. 28, 1 92 1. U.S. CRISPIN, JOHN K. !' D A 4 I g2! H" SHHRHAN. FALMOUTH, KY. IBi NO SALESMEN solicit orders for WANTED: to lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED FUR HIDES Highest cash prices paid. Honest grading, prompt returns. Ship to W. S. BAILEY, Livingston, Ky. lU-4- tp picture frames, Hchtlne fixtures. It freshens and renews every surface it touches try It You'll badelighted with it. to-da- y It brightens woodwork beautifully, reflniahes furniture, wlckerwarp, In aU aliea from 30c. up. Mails In 20 Natural Wood and Enamel Color. White, Cold and Silver. Peailee-Gaulbe- Pee Gee cornea Co., Inc. Loulivllle, Ky. kjH i uarauioiDcneuitcruiem. Try Cardul for your trou- -. All rtRUCRlSTS &mi3 u fd M Ask For Color Card Montr backi without 'qurtudfi U HUNT'S S.lv. hlli In tht CCZENI 1 J.S. BOWMAN Mt. Vernon, Ky. si A. tftttmtnt and containing or less. Tho purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price bearing slxpir cent iinorcrt from dateuutll paid, unu & having the force uud utfect ofu judg- 75" Lutes, Jennie Lutes, Minnie Lutes. Willie McChirc, William MeClure, Sum McCluiv. lliillen, Matilda Coffey ner to tract no 1 in the division and James Wolfe, com. Alice Il.irron, Willliun ll.irron, of a tract of laud between George mittcti of Jane Mullen, Defendants, Jiilla MeClure, nnd Iloseio Lucas and the heirs of D B. Lucas Uefendant, MeClure, Ily virtue of a judgment and order "" thence N 641 W 73 poles to a stone; Ily virtue of a judgment ntiil order of of snle of tliu Rockcastle Circuit Court, thence N 8Ja H 25 poles to a black sale of tho noekenntle Circuit Court, rendered at Its February Term, 1921. walnut stump' tho beginning corner rendered lit its 1'ehniary Term, 11)21, in ilionimve styled action for the pur of the whole tract, also corner to poso of dividing tho proceeds between in the above styled action for the W. M. Fugett's land; .tnence with HiitiafyliiKn lieu held by the tho heirs to the tract of land hereinhis line N 77 E 22.8 poles to a plaintilT BKalnbt tho land hereinafter after described, I will Proceed to oiler stouu in the road near a gate; described, l will proceed to oiler for for sale, subject to widow'H dowery, at thence with the middle of the road wile nt tho front of the Court House in the front.iloor of the court house In Mt N ail E 68 poles to a stone In J. T. Mt, Vernon,, Ky, at public unction, on Vernon, Ky, to the highest bidder, at Tate's line; thenco with his line Monday, iho -- Is' day of March, public auction, on Monday, the 21st, p m (lielne; day of March, 1U21, at or about ono SOU E 02 poles and 9 links to a 11)21, ut or about 1 o'clock County Court Day), upon a credit of o'clock p in being county court day, stone in the road, with a black walsix mouth, tho following dencrlbed nut pointer, beginning corner of tract of land, located In Hoekciibtlo upon a credit of six mouths, the followtract no. 1 In tho division of the County, Ky.. on tiw waters of Lino ing described tract of land, located iu lands of 'Georgo Lucas audD. U. creek, uud thus Inunced: Rockcastle county, and thus hounded. Lucas's heirs; thence a division lle(,'liiniiii;atiilarKoplne,now dowu, On the north hy the lands of T L line between tracts number 1 and 2 but lniuUed u siuull black oak and llullon: on the east hy the lands of a survey hickory In tliu line of S 211 W 02 poles and 11 links to J C llullen; on the south by the known as tho Leach Line; theme the btginning, containing 30-lauds of J C llullen, and on the west NoT H Kl poleoto a t otled oak uud acres more or less. while oak; thence N iu U 57 poles by the lauds of Jane llullen, W II The purchaser will be re the oak Jto a while thence atwltli end of a Jones and W T Melts, containing small dill; quired to execute bond with ap. N31W4II ouo hundred acres more or less. poles to a pine on lop of tho cliff; The purchaserwlll be required to proved socurity for tho ptirohase thence with James R. llnul ley's line; theueu a S. V. couree execute bond with approved security price bearing six per cent inter down to the foot of tho first for tho purchase prleo bearing six per est from date Until paid, and hav-bench below tho foot of u biuall cent interest irom date until paid, nnd iDg the force and effect of a iudg. elitf; theiico a straight line a S.K. having tliu force nnd effect of a Judi,. course to u slnto hank; thenco ment. Tne purchaser wi 11 down a hninch alwut IS poles to a incut. near the mouth ot mIU white oak given possession of tho property I'ebv, 28, 1021 drain; theueo n S.K. course run-- n as soon as his bond is approved. Q S GRIPFIff In i,' with a ledge of rock ton large white oak, a few steps above road; Master commissioner of Rock Feby. 28, 1921. thence a stralut unu an eat. G. S. Griffin, ward course to u hickory on top of castle circuit court. a hill or flat: thenue a straleht liuu Master Commissioner Rock '"' pur-imsu- 4 te tothe belnnlnc,, 76 acres more Subscribe for the Signal b. W. BETHURUM castle. Circuit Court Bl --- Master commissioner of Rock castle circuit court. el ITCH. BCZH4A. RINQWORH, TKTTKR or Othar Itchlnr akin dliHiH. Tir K Ufcrse n'1.1 Vusrj ?v-- y SBY"Pioneer Drug Store RThAD mmTSSIm!!!SLi.. ' TflTMAT ment. Total amount to be made Feby. 28, 1921 Commissioner f liy.(15 15 'A - ATTCKNBY AT LAW MIVVKKNCW.-ft- W f( - C.C. WILLIAMS Mttopny-at-L W" Mt. Vernon. Ky Will practice in all the $$ Will practlcojn all the courts. Uai.L UU Master castle circuit court. of Rock JUIU'&T.VOl"11 "a' Court, State Offioo on Church Btract. -- tr