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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iff" Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway PilIU Year-S- Jo. ectiirti FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, March ALICE GRESHAM DODD, mother of first American soldier killed in France, who gives entire credit for recovery of her n health to the medicine, Tonlac. :" Centrally Located Between Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Established 1887 34th wr-rariT- S! xf v m - 20 x 4- Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky -tvr U, J92J t Price $150 if PER YEAR iN advance VOTE FOF . F. F. Robhins 8 jjWilliarnS. Hart a Desert Guide With amis ii' vr sion of Revenge in his Latest Artcr4ft r Picture, " Wagon Tracks" m i JJRS. 2XZ siisxszxszsxsixi f fjo: well-know- I S Earlc Phillips .- FOR MAGISTRATE F FT H niCTDIOT COMPOSED Off TFTF TWO JJ?.nDHE 4JJWLDIS AND CONWAY VOTING PREC NCTS Graphic Story of the Days of the Gold Rush and Emigrant Trains Provides Star With Unusually Dramatic and Appealing Photoplay 8 3 A I BUCKSKIN HAMILTON, son of tho now Empire, a desert guide, is waiting to meet at West-poLanding, his brother who has graduated as a doctor through rt DuekskinsTFaerrfircy; Brttjris-t- o M. ,, arrive on the St. Louis boat. On tho vessel lie me;ts June Wash In malrfug this announcement for Mi ristrate of the burn who is traveling to the fifth District, I submit to the voters of lis county, my landing with her b. oilier, a gambrecord as an officer of Rockcastle County ring the short ler and his henchman, Merton, time I havo served you ; you will remer aer that I was Billy gets into a game and finds nominated without opposition two years a' oto till thojin- Wasfcbuxa jscheating He ac. expired torm of Mr. W. 0. Hopkins. cusos the gambler and there is a If re elected, I pledge myself to male yov a sober struggle over tho possession of B officer and devote my timo to the duties a! this office and the gun that Washburn has pullthe upbuilding of Roads, Churches and unday Schools ed. Merton is of no help and Billy in this County. is getting the bast of it when Jane enters and grapples with the Soliciting your support a tho Repu lican Primary youth thinking he is trying to kill August Cth, 1921, I am. yoar friond, htr brother. Washburn s'kzgs F.JPROBBtNS, the revolver and shoots.Billy dead. Brodhead, iy.. Sho is crazed, thinking she shot him. The gambler presses this on 2XX her mind and when sho comes out of a swoon, tells her she must say sho did it in defending herself from Billy Hamilton. Buckskin comes nluard look- for his loved brother and in W. P Rigsbjj waa over from Brodhoad people regret this very his gtiefat the denouement is Nj.cfaobis.Ytye flrat of the week. much. Miss Clyue Watson was pathetic The girl accuses herYf.Cyadon is in Cincinnati this ox borne from, Mt Vernon from self, but he will not believe that 'week buying goods and hearing TBiday Mr. and the youth attacked her and thmks Billy Sunday's sermons i)& Mrs. Joe McKenzio were down there is a mistake somewhere. daughter little Miss Kdrle its. with from Mt Vernon Sunday. B.H. From Council Grove, Kansas him, sight seeing. - Rtv. Ken Dillingham., has purchased tho the wagon trains are preparing to Pike was jti,;h Rev. A.J. Pike last Sam tfawycr farm at Spiro, price ' for Sante Fe via the old we( wA Preached to a large unknown. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. start This" is in 1859. The Wash-- , trail. cjjowd.aHb Baptist Church on Albright were in, 'Cincinnati ,last burns and Merton are in the 4 uuinuny evunme miv: J. k,. week baying! their- sprfne and train Which Buckskin is tO vjiiss snenrisst weeir ta oianranr 3uwflr fbeJfMntStiiB.C:Mr:;and4; cSptaihPxOri the. with her daughters, Mesdames T, Mrs. RoscooPikeuro herefrom the wafer wagons tumble over B.Helton and B L Elder. Mr. Danville this week the guest of n precipice and they are in a serand Mrs. Alfred Alexandra and Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Piko. Mrs. ious predicament. Finally Jane babv are visiting Mr.and Mrs J. Walter Robins mid ltttlo sous confesses that Billy had not annN.Vanhook. Claude Owens son were in Mt.Vernon Tuesday and oyed her and Buchskm is finally of Mr.and MrsJ. M. Owens, is in Wednesday Brodhead will be cei tain that she did not do the a hospital iu'Cincinnati when, on headquarters for pretty hats this shooting thather brother or last Tuesday he hud his reft leg seasou for wo are to have two Merton is guilty. Ho captures doing-very He-- is amputated. millinery shops. Mrs. D. B. At-- , nicely. His brother W. J. Owens bright will havo in some new 'priugLatHSiUuaday-aad-ill-:JLgItnt.,M,PiUUps.wjll move was wilb liimJuijug-tha-qpar- aftlon. Rev. E. J. Terril is in have her opening before Easter back to his farm neir Hiatt Harrodsburg attending district in her stand across from the de- Some young men from Livingston -T conference, Mrs. Willis Bussell pot in the Frith Hotel. Mrs.K. were caught he arrested and put in Mrs. Willie their beds with tonsilitis. F. F, ing her stoci; of goods in the the Calaboose. Robins and family visited E. L. millinery line .and learning tho Adams who was burned last week Saylor and family on', Copper styles, and will return und have is getting along nicely. Creel: Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.D. hor opening also before Easter. B. Albright received word Sat. Charlie Smith was very sick first new of March 5th that thuy-ha- du and I grandson at tho home oi Mr.and Katie Proctor havo returned to For Infants and Children Mrs. Brack Durham at Revonca their home at Beo Lick after a Rev- - George Childress who has visit with Mrs, Josh Wilson and In Use For Over Years been pastor of the Baptist church Mrs J.T.Lawrence. Virgil Mar- Always the of this place for tho past two tin has purchased tho garage Signature .years resigned Sunday. Tho from Earl Philips and Logan S jt ! 232XZZXEZDaSXtrZZ 3 Brodhead until-gunda- night and tho two men at lashing them togother marches them without water across the desert. He tells them that when they have suffered enough the innocent one will speak.- -j Meanwhile the train is going A on in search of a water hole. band of Indians inclined to be friendly halts the caravan. But in a moment of madness over a fancied slight to his wife one of tho tenderfeetshoolsJa b'rave.Tho upshot of this is that the chief He demands a life for a life. gives tho ttravlers till dawn to decide or be wiped out. Buckskin finally has wrung a confession from Merton that Washburn killed Billy: He is marchLng..thein,. bacH iojust-rj&- . tribution, but when he reaches the wagon train and Warns the situation with the Indians, He decides Washburn must be the sacrifice. But Jane pleads and Buckskin decides to let her brother kill himself and gives him a pistol. Buckskin figures to sacrifice his own life to the Indians. Washburn fires a shot in '.he air at. night and runs away. Buckskin starts walking toward the Indian camp. But the redskins have moved during the nighv and Wasbbiirn .walks tnto their arms.. T.hoy 'believe he is the sacrifice and accept hurt as such. Buckskin finds , the deserted dead of Vi I County Court Clerk After careful consideration, and after having carefully canvassed a goodly portion of Rockcastle County, and nnd after having been urged by some of the county's .prominent citizens and good sober minded hard thinking men, I have decided to mako therace for County Court Clerk, and tako this means of announcing myself as a candidate for that office. Subject to the action of the Republican Primary August 6th, 1921. So far I have never asked for a county office. I have nlway been a Republican and have always tried, as I saw it, to vote my sentiments as regards the welfare of our County, State and Nation. and have done my share of sufferI am an ing in that capacity. As for my record as a citizen, and qualifications for the office they are open for investigation anywhere I havo been known or lived. If I am nominated and elected to this important office I keep asobercleaaofSec-.-fo- r I consider sobriety promise-tqualification of an officer or citizen. My life in the fine this regard is an open book and I solicit your support for ' this office. EARLE PHILLIPS. o - FOB - 6 S Tho following made-rceeHy--- remarkable statement was Mrs. Alice desbrttWQ.o)bapLnVlSBfe' Hiday-I;ba- ttlD"Week.-MissosNanni- e CASTOR 30 A Z &&& Why Deposit Your Money F In This Bank Iecaupe it is YOUR homo bank, Because Us officers and directors are all home People are'all known to pu, ANI, ARE YOUR FRIENDS. I Because your frinds are more vitilly luturesteu m iuuiv weuare man others can possibly bo. Because tbe bank is conducted on safe and Bound business principles, and takes no chances with other people's lnotfey. j Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you 50,000.oo-urfttua Gresham Dodd, the mother of Corporal Jas. B.Gresh- am, who was the first American soldier killed in France. The was statement made at the Gresham Memorial Home, which was presented to her by the patriotic people of Indiana as an evidence of their appreciation of the services rendered to his country by her son. The, shock of her son's death resulted in a serious breakdown in Mrs. Dodd's health, but every one will learn with interest and pleasure that she is now in splend'd health again. Mrs.Dodd givesjtne entire credit for her recovery to the celebrated medi ,nmn fcnrl thn nnninl cine, Tan lac. I, She said; After jnydgar boy's Jane has learned to love'Buck'- - death iTiad f' general brea1?arowl, a skin, but between them is always in health. At first it was just inthe shadow of the slain brother "Maybe you'll comeback some digestion. My food would upset day," she says wistfully as he me and I had to diet niyselt very carefully I also had rhouma rides away. "Mebbe," he says sadly and tism with severe pains m my vanishes into tho spreading shoulders, back and arms and at dawn. times I would suffer greatly.aud my joints would become swollen .ind stiff. I was hardly able to do but very little about the hoube and at times could not even cook a msaL I became veiy nervous returned homo from Livingston. - A. F. and restless and at night would Lawrence is very sick with lie awake for hours. "A friend of mine advised 1110 a severe coll. Ada Misses Hasty and Emma Brown were in to try Tanlac. I am glad I did Ml. Vernon last Saturday shopp for it proved to be the best mod- It soon ing. W.E Anderson has gone in cine I have over talcen. gave mo a splendid appetite and to the merchandise business with his father-in-laW.J.Debord, wo relieved mo entirely of indigos My rheumatism also dis predict a successful business for tion. them as Mr. Anderson aas had appeared aud I am now able to much experience and sure knows do my house work with tho how to treat customers. Mrs. greatest ease. My nerves ure I sleep well Wm. Hurst and little daughter steady and strong. Emma spent Tuesday with Mrs. at night and my health is better W.P.nobord- - -- Smith Burton Jr. than in years. I shall always bo who has recently returned from grateful for what Tanlac has done the west was through here Sat- for mo." urday shaking hands with his Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by many friends. Rev. James Cum- Chas C.Davis: in Brodhead by mins filled his regnlar appoint tho Brodhead Pharmacy ; and in by K. U. w odd; m ment at Mt. Pleasant Saturday LivinKston M. Owons. Burr by W. and Sunday. Mrs Clara Ander son "and children spent from save a nice talk at Sunday School Monday till Wednesday with hor wo are always glad to nave him with us for we know that ho has sister Mrs Fannie Isoac at Elgin. an intorost in tho church hero.' Me. and Mrs. Eugene McWjtl-iam- s Mr.and Mrs. Edd Latham spent and children of Bandy Saturday and bunday with her spent the day Sunday with Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Cum Miss Lotis Bandy. and Mrs.Wm.H.Brown. Elder mins at has to her Bloomer and Mrs. J: L. Davis spent last homo at Ocala returned weeks after two Mrs.J.L.Thotn-pson.--Mrweek with Mr.and stay here. Harvo Brown the Bessie Mullins and milcjs his man little daughter Jessie spent Sun- huxtor the country each trips through day with hor mother Mr. Nannie paying tho highest prices week for Vanhook. Rev.DsR. Gentry waa produce. Ho comes to J. L.Hubtys down from Quail Sunday and ovory 1 riday. y .TVTTVTT ?VTTMi 4 4 TVT IIP ; '''?'Ai--- . If laO $mA$ ilnaaaH HraBfBfBfBBffl Igte y., WSibHSObbbH ''I?JbIbb&3b1bbH vm- iS.i?irf bbwoibbbV lPV.1KMEfflinShM2HBBMBBBBBBB frf TCjJBradBBHSflKMMBBBBBBBBB r r r - ,gm(HMnMlH-iS i$BMBBBB ill I M &ir-- r Iff, WM, HillBBP,SHaBBBB H42iaWiyin!lBTBTBTBTH Wf -- ;H .;.- - j ' Tsynr--i LEVEL GREEN -- MTE.j"Srrftre-iricorhBs -- is a Rock whom our people are justly proud. He is sixteen years old and resides with his parents, Mr.and Mrs. Alviti E. Rey nolds, near Hummel. He is one of tho loaders of tho Junior Agriculture Club of that place. This progressive young man wc n tho small cup shown above Everett Reynolds in judging corn and pigs. The castle boy, of left hand cup is tho prize for the all around club boy in Kentucky. The largest cup shown in the picture is for tho greatest yeild of corn, which niiido him tho champion corn grower of Kentucky. Young men or this" typo are now putting old ttockcastle on the at the Kentucky State Fair again st iorty eight otuor contestant map. Luck to them all. bot One Measure of a Man's Ability To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account Tho tntiB who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites confidence. The frugal and thrifty man finds a ready exteusion of credit when ho needs it. Everyono should save a portion of his earnings. Wo extend to you tho advantage of our banking facilities, which will mako saving easier. Wo pay interest'on timo deposits. s. U. G, Baker, Preaident Peoples Bank Oapftal umj&mnjuammimmijmmiu.iim t-- 9 IS, OOV.oo Flojd Miller, CaBhler jBliTl?011 JftiBi JB JIiBI BflivFisJhrsA V J 1 3 kMTbbK wwti ymxlorHUJHaismB&(s Outfitter I iSriiniiiSMl rWBBBSW ju BANK OF MT. VERNON T J NIceloy President. w, L.Richnrds, cashior. I I DR.M.K. PenninoTon O 'DENTIST" 7 wi.nbe 1TX Rrodheacl M?lldiA 1 Office At J.VXCI-L T"r. Carter's VLX mmmmmmm t MT. dt VERNON iit-r- SIGNAL tcon.Ciii U- - MOUNT VKWNOiV, KV.. FRIDAY. MA.tCll II, 1921 l aE23BHBER03aa:flSKOHBK at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Ponto'Tie hiall mnttpr. lmblished cvitv Fritlny ANNOUNCEMENT W me iititliorlcil to announce Bulimia by U. MILLER MtW LEILA MAY COOPER. County Comt Clork l'ittt l lln. action of the IUmiilk-iiill next AiiKiist I'rliiMPy. II. .!. HKTIH'RUM ' ''or K. J. McKINNEY. County Court ClirU. WLUAM -I- kjo HART e should have used SWP -- House Owner: I had thn paint put on last year and 'ook at it now fainter: It doesn't take lor.i; for the weather to show up poor pa.nu House Owner: But how was 1 :o know it was poet patnt I'm no paint expert. rc.iabm rain Painter: It doesn't take a oalnt expert to get v?j c:u- - c .he sre-daysJust ordinary intelligence. For u.stance, been :naKir,i; U a Company 01 paint experts that have that there paint for nearly fifty years; making it Irom accurate formulas, mixing and grinding it with powerful machinery; manufacturing every important ingredient; putting in just what all these years of experiences Sherwin-Williamhave taught them is the best. That Company id the and the paint is known to us painters asbWl . Company Wouldn't you be safe in trusting such a paint? nc-us- Circuit Judge. It. C. KRNNRDY. I'm- Circuit Jiulgc T. J, HALL for Circuit Comt Clerk. - r'or County Court mils I). 0. CI.A'.K For Hum i IT WADE It I.IVPrtW For Jiiili r W.A C ROM I '. It N- W. T. (HILL.) DAVIS, I iivult Court Clerk. JKSSK M TIRnOKD . Circuit CoiM Cii-ik- JOIIN'C I1()WUD l'(r Jul i PICO, JOHN Kcpiesell ntho Slst District. CAM MULLINS For County .luile. K LILTI.E TOM TAU.Uil I or Jailer JOHNNY CI.ONT. PorJalli-ISOM 11 l AH A Til 1 Pit v 1 SAYI.OR, l'or Jailer. RKV. WM. M. DURHAM Tor Stiru'jor COTTON, Mnglxtrale Itli DUtr'.et lillVIM s. r. nowMAN, County Judgi- I.KK WAKD Cnuntv Judge T J. NICHLEY Tor County Court Clerk. dlllaiu) painter Is right, as we can prove by scores home owners in this town. If you want if SWP from as, i your houiftd'stay painted get The W M COTTON CONSTABLE Itli DISTHIC'.' , i5,,VMlMi.BMlXlTfll!W S. T.Mt. PROCTOR Vernon, Ky. NOTICE Any mid all persons are hereby warned not to build any fires for any purpose any where on the grounds of the Mt. Vernon Fair Association and unj farBwr' or persons caught so doing will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. MtrVcrnon Fair Assn Cluck that Cold and It to tet them ruo A tonic laxaan 01 aireci poaure aciura upon the mu oui me la dancerou . it Rid ! that CaHQh ' ttjov blUH Advertising has become one of the greatest necessities in modWhether you be a ern times. merchant or farmer, banker, what not, your business increases and grows just to the extent that you adverti.se It. People depend upon advertisthe burial ing for their information as to O M.Pavne attended of the son of D.G. Clark at where and vhat to buy. H.abflnr is still of Wyatt Aliens very boys passed through here last week on their way home on a Charley JLliree day fui lough. Low man and family are leaving this vicinity for Hamilton Ohio A.B.Cole was in Mt. Vernon Wallace on business. Lutes passed through Disputar.ta To saal in the a few days ago. He is now a delicious Burley traveling salesman. Mrs. J C. DISPUTANTA. tE' ill.--Tw- o Reports show that S4 per cent ol the business failures were those who did not advertise We all appreciato hearing a good soloist, or a good but if we want music with a vol- c hj to hgiu 'u.i tittuiof "t.t.'Li.A Advertising is the orchestra. 1'. Alone imhe desert! One man a coward, One a murderer. One the grim avenger of his brother's death. Far off on the trail a woman, and a band waiting. Another great lastyo.ir of red men human drama, stamped with the gen-ioquartette of William S. Hart. us Wed-nesda- y you know why Do great orchestra that prays accompanist for the star, merchant Advertising reaches the gallery where the mtes of the Soloist fail. Advertising helped win thenar and will help your bminsss; call the Signal man, lie is alwtv s ready with suggestions. or business -- man O TRSFLiNG HERE! A plain and honest tale of Buckskin Hamilton, man, and of the brother he loved. Of another man, too, upon whose head was the brother's blood. And of a woman. its toasted tobacco flavor. leaerilioM the reliable treatment for liddi&ff the avatem ef all catarrhal noiiiaii- It aide diffeatlon. atimu. Utea the liver and bowel anion, enriches the blood, tones tip the nervoua aya-Uana soothes the Inflam ed and conzeated mucoua Unlnca. Hooeat and dependable la the verdict of thousand. haa DrnTBd Conway visual her parents Mr. ami Mrs. R. A. Swinford lavt week. J. S. Swin-forwas in Mt. Vernon on business Saturday Poyjd Bowman has moved to W,G Mulling farm - W. W. Anglin D. S tore up a moonshine still in this community last week J. b. Swinford went to Berea Tuesday on business. J .C Woods of Conway visited friends on Clear Creek last I'riday -- W.G Mulllus is in the buxter business Woods of d -- LUCKY OTDIK F Sffff CIGARETTE ThtsJhk-- IN THE SPRING turns. YOUR BLOOD You '11 never forget William S. Hart in this big, human, NEEDS A MONIC picture. iVi titer Far into the vast open spaces, the wagon tracks lead, until and the long Trail startling ! tremendous the great adventure ! 1 soul-searchi- ng Faces Palo, Weakens Blood, Makes Take Guile P'pto.-Mnnga- if Mi Evarywfcira TiW.lt or Li.id You'll find a complete assortment of jewelry at Fish's c$-- TMST 2 KNOWN PM)0P TQNIC Feeling Drowsy Spring-Feve- r Tlint Comes from Sluggish Monday &T ucsday ThStP ay m lf)orWUl Soon Leave You r Rider's Platform THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I MARCH ,5e and 20c u who-Ilar-- ev MEAN: over-hea- I f d More for the taxpayer's money; curtailing After I have served this people twelve expenses. months, the Voters may present me with a bonified d of the legal voters and signed petition with I will gladly resign. While I believe in Theodore Rooip of the voters will satisfy velt Referendum, but Bill, instead of a majority ; that will save the people the expense of an election; otherwise I will work for you four years for $4,000.00 and spend this amount on some County Road where worst needed. Your next County Judge, one-thirone-thi- rd J.W. RIDER. Remember Rider's July 4th. Home-Comin- g and Handshaking Let's get together. a How'd you like to have I never have been very njucji on creeds, You've never heard me soy. But I've riot u smile that fits iny face, And I wear it every day. "Bill" like this for Judge. You soon forget what nils you When you happen 'round " Old Bill " ; He can cure a case of hypo With his every day good will. If things go wrong I do n't complain, Dill's always finding little ways of help, ing other folk. He sees the good in everyone, Their fuults he never mentions Bill has a lot of confidence In people's good intentions. ; matter if the sky is gray, You get his point of yjew, And the clouds begin to scatter, And the sun conies breaking through, No You 'II know him if you meet him, And you'll find it worth your while, To cultivate the friendship of "Bill Behind His Smile". As all growing thing on earth shoot into new life in Springtime, so do tbo billions of cells that rcake up each part of the body renew their vigor. Ab you open the windows, breathe tho Spring air, and let 111 the sunshine, the red corpuscles in your blood should carry more oxygen to the tiny cells. The red corpuscles are tiny particles, swimming enormous numbers in the blood. Thay carry oxygen to cells iu alt parts of the body, and they carry awujr worn put waslp master. especially jn the Sometimes, Spring, ufter thp winter indoors more or less sickness, the red corpuscles themselves need re building. Gudo's contains just tho ingredients to give them greater power to absorb oxygen to distribute jt throughout tho body. That is whv it is such a good Spring tonic. It helps bo much to bring back color to cheeks made pale and wan by tho necessary indoor winter life, It adds to the nutubor of red corpuscles. With fine Spring days and Guile's you gain in vigor and attain good health. Dont go around drowsy this Spring. Take that good tonic, You can Gude's get it in tablet form or liquid form at your druggist't. Doth forms have the same medicinal yu)0, fnsjst upon genuine Gude's disc-shape- entuFek?,V War Tax ,nc,udcS No raise in prices tor this Special Added Attraction Pepto-Manga- n Hew Win. Owens thc-ii- -f Ovens who this WANTED AGENTS UUSY. KEEP BUSY. life Monday March 7, at seven GET o'clock P.M. wishes to express Is your job unsafu ? Is it per- words ot inaiilfs to tne many manent ? You want a life long white friends for their loyal sup. business. You can get into such port and deep words of svtnp.itliy business selliug nioro thai. I37 during the dark hours ot trials. Watkins Products direct to farmers if VPU pwn auto or team or can get nnejif ypu are under 5O and can giyo bond with personal tz:zz2im sureties. We bacif you with nig selling helps. 5a years in btti ness, 20,000,000 users of our products. Write for information ts where you can get territory. I. It. Watkins Co.Dopartnieiit C, Winona.Minu JV -. dop-irte- Get your Kastor suit today at Fish's. CARD OF THANKS w tlinnk rr'ss r.iintffol through which we have passed. anbWt,ed ovorJ cal1 and tlie young colored men for all they did. Uev. Wm. Owens, 6:4, S. : Loidsville, Ky, S. awf i1 r and Wen$m watch IW ; HIHHHIUI the& to '.. aV JL 20-4t- Pepto-Manga- n Mr. Ex. Service Man The Legion is rtady to help you with iinv claim you have. V' want to help you, If you have uny troubles bring them in. I Am-drica- ii ufTMmiy CW FmL transformationr Pepto-Manga- n. will do for ony surface Cec Say it with llowers. Leave your that needs brightening up or rcfinlshing. order for Easter flowers at Eisli's You'll thoroughly enjoy making your floors, wood work and furniture look like new or transforming today. them to a mahogany, oak or walnut finish with Ves Brown Pest 120 E.T.Mullins, Comdr. TT IS wonderful what a coat of Pee -- nflinl stLm 1 FOUND MI. A CURE FOR (&sfs?iV57J MPfei Pi)pto-Maia- u, Adyprfjsoment. CA RD' OF THANKS Wo extend our many thanks to tliose who co kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our darling baby, and do we ps pecially thank tho choir aud broth? er Taylor for conducting funeral The Price Is Bight I am de man that feeds the people and feeds the stock Hay, - Tuxedo, - Seed Oats, Flour. Meal, Sugar, Coffee, Soap, Beans and Potatoes. Anything kept in a grocery and feed store. services. Mr.andMrs.Mooroc Miller, aaw 4 T fjl nV .. 2 .tSU 11 k.ti. ulthXut antfttloil rs".wx.ss-.r.rzii7th. mlaBaV use Chamberlain's Stomach Tiets for indigestion and find thoy suit iny caso bottor than any dyspopsia remedy I and varnishes jn one operation and In made have ever tried and I havo used It stains cspeclully for beautifylpg the hrne. Requires no WU I am many difforent medicines. pnd is Inexpensive to use, Try It today "Save th 9ur nearly fifty one years of age and face and you save all," havo sufforod a great deal from N tttt t'om 30t up, it Htluwl ,'y"CV ff Wvt u4 miW rl(i, WWt, ColJ auti Slhtt, I can eat almost any indigo3tion, ASK US FOR rfl COLOR CAWO 1 to, now," want thing wrltosTieiffge WTKmory; R09R Mills, Alav.JJ)0"Jll.bloJf contain no pepsin but ttrmiKll)ei the stomach and enable it to digest Ky tho food naturally. aid Llvpr d.S. BOWMAN Ml. Vornon, 8SCZ2E2HEKIIfl PEASUE CAWBERT CO. J.W. RIDER RINQWORM.TKTTKR or otb.r llchlna- - tain dUeaj.a. Try a 7J .ol boa at our lUk. Children Ory iT Pioneer Drug Store CASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S irj ffiFf?i s: I I r! I save money, and ycu I would liuo to have Letter bakings. In ! imi rnn prove tho quality of your baking a"u ,0, uai njr costs. tl-f- -f "yOU certainly want J., tb II 11 11 SIGNAL Mt.Vkknon, Ky, Mar.tt, rff Yli MT. VJiB'NON At meeting of tho stockhold- ers of the Mt. Voinon fair association hold "here lost Saturday the Then rsc Calumet It's the U blCCCSt t.litltf An 1921 II jfifliEiif j GENUINE I ' HI II Uilumctfamadcinthelnrri..'" II Ml tiw. n.lH. n m I Factories In tho World. No Bals-is mauo under better iK conditions nono can bo better it quality. It contains only such Ingre- dlenta 83 have been officially eiv dorsedby the U. S. Pure FooJ Authorities. An absolute cuarai-teeth- "Tl vi I i lun HtCB Co. Coo It VI LLC 4f4AtHvriltR.R TIME TABLE. 24 itlspure. , 3 I nortn nortti south South Phone No. 8. 6.09 p m 8:7 a m 12:17 12:22 Pm BULL" DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood cigarettes for 10c Jhi.Vmt am Jas. Landrum, Agent. i CALUMET .. rnr aaaa am till Bect-- PERSONALS T.C. O'Miira is in Lynch this I m'ii Vcr sr m saw --aersraj .b as. 1 r-.i- -c wnn" week. in Corbin. lyirs.M J. Miller spent Sunday Aurntvld World's Pure Food Exposition, Chf Paris Exposition, Parit cajjo nance positive JJroui 01 IC3 BU ' lor merit Tf -- u.n:vrY1 liicrTior-- f II II 11 CtlmnttGrMal Caka Radpa j It S.V 13 used by more hou wives and domestic scientists tha any other brand. All you have to do is to compare cost3 to determine how much you can save by buying Calumet, Gluten is the muscle building part offlourwhichisofRreatlmportance. To be sure vou tret It in vnur hnlr. ings use plain flour anefgood powder, (not Hour). self-risin- It is sold at a moderate price. 3 cups pastry flour, 3 lercl tea liaklnR Powder. cup butter, llicupa 1i S.T. Proctor last week. Leonard Hines is here from Harlan County Mr.lI.C. Gentry has been quite sick this weelr. Kev. h n. Uurnett was in Louisville last week. W.A. Cursnns was Bradley Perciful of Cleveland Ohio is with his mother here. John Noe is home from Columwas in Louisvill bus Ohio. More particulars later. Stephen Langford was down from London a few days last week. Mrs. Fannie Clontz and son of Cincinnati are with relatives here and in the county. up from The teaspoon orange extract, men mix Intherecularwijk COUGH SO GOOD FUR A COUHG OR COLD. 'Every body who has used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy speaks well for it," writes Ed ward P. .Miller, Abottstown, Pa. women People who onco Children used this preWino of Cordui, but men wo paration aro .seldom satisfied men and childron all want Tanlac with any other. It is excellent to Which yon Hud at tho Davis Stores. allay a cough or break up a cold. Miss Ada Brown is teaching this week in tho Graded School on account of tho illness of Miss Sidney Crawford. Miss itthel Asbill who was called to Berca several day s ago on account or tho deatli of her aunt, returned Monday by tho way of Louisville. Success isnots.o much in rising early but keeping awake after onco potting up. F.L. Thompson was down from Corbin last weoje. Mrs C.O.Harkleroad of London is wiht her husdand and son at the Rockcastle Hotel for a few days. CHAMBERLAIN'S RWMEDY NOTHING J CrySr" M t FOR SALE 1 . I have about 300 bales of nice clean hay for sale. This hay was put in the barn without any rain on it and has no weeds, briars or bushes in it. Someof it is clover and some red top. I will sell it at 80 cents a bale if called , for in the next as I will be hercioronly a short time. It is at my place near Ottawa, few-days- Bradhtod Wednesday. M. L. Hamlin was un from Brodhead Wednesday. Jude Cam Mullins was in Livingston Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Robins is visiting in Mt.' Vernon this week " HonTef"T7HProctbT was home from Louisville Sunday. Dwight Bowman is home from Louisville foe a few days. Julian Miller is home from Louisvills fiar a few days. Prot A I?. McGulre was in Ashland first of the week. George Clontz of Harlan County is vjfsitlnghere this week, H.F. lflcloy and J.S. Rcwe were upf:-oLivingston Monday. Mrs.ZoK'a Sowders and children left Tuesday for Harlan for a visit. Miss Mary Langford was homo from Louisville over Sunday. Atty. C. O. Williams left Tuesday afternoin for Stanford to at, tend court. . ,. M iss Kissify Winiamslreturnod Monday af tor j an extended visit m tal Step SAtsrJi uujr ties, belt, etc. jruui uuntUB, LOCAL Jesse M. Debord, the Republican candidate for Circuit Clerk sober-i- n every respect. 20-- 1 officers and directors were elected for this year, President Gco.S.GrlfBn, Secretary VV H.Fish, Board of Directors, W.S. Fields, W.D. Payne, Wm. Arnold Jr.,W. M.Mchargue, F.E Miller, H. S. Coffey and David Hyslngcr, Bill Mullins of Chesnut Ridge and V.CTato. Secretary O. C. Davis made his report for the year 1920 which showod tho association paid out of debt and a good bank balance to begin with this year Tho directors claimed tho second week in August as the dates which are Aug. l and la.We feel that with fair weather this year Association will be in position to decloro a substantial dividend this Fall. Let's get busy and all be Fair boosters, every little boost helps put it over. If you have any suggestions to offer do not hesitate to mention it any one of the directors or officers. On last Thursday March 3rd Mrs.Claude Cox entertained the Willing Workers with a buffet luncheon, as delightful as it was beautiful in honor of Miss Grace Cox's birthday. The hostess was assisted by Mesdames William The Cox and Edward Cor. Willing Workers presented Miss Cox a bar pin. It was a most en joyable occasion and each one present joined in the hope that Miss Cox would have many, many more happy birthdays' Those present were: Mesdames, Mary Williams. William Poynter. CO. following ia-i- Let Taylor Art f asesssE"-"-.! BBSSSSSSsftfsBSSSSSsW. ssssssssssl Tailoring IAJBseaeTeWt do your ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssVv" aU sL PURE WOOL FABRICS ji?n"Dsssfa ("I aQpsas-- M jb W.VJ) V faW Easter Clothes For MEN and BOYS Here's news for you them to-d- ay it's good news, See too your easter suits are here without delay they'll -- t Willlamsr- A. G. Lovell"" Mode Heavy grade O'Bryan overalls for men who want the best, at Fish's. Uncle Harve Owens one of our oldest and most respected colored citizens died Monday last of heart trouble. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begins to stiffen and movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that the kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by taking Crawford, Cleo Brown, S.F. Bow. man, Meshack Gentry, Luther Mullins, L. W. Bethurum, R. A. Sparks, Fred Durham, James Griffin, Cora White George Durham, Lewis Miller. William McBee, Howard Burnett, Bently Sparks, David Craig, J.C. Moore S.D.Lewis, and Floyd Miller; New Spring styles in SWAN Hats for men and yoang men at Fish's. LISTEN! Are yon mothers, wives.slsters in and daughters of terested in a woman auxiliary of the American Legion? it so get in touch immediately with any of of the following ladies who will explain every tning 10 yon. Misses aayrue Bryant, Sidney Crawford, Ruth Mullins. Mesdames, R.H Miller, Belle Lair, Monroe Miller, Ben Purcell Mt. Vernon Kentucky or Mrs. V.CPrice Livingston. rs surely bring you good cheer This message heed come here with speed. For Easter now prepare At this store we have things galore, just fine for Easter wear Each boy and man our clothes should scan it will be a delight. All we sell will serve you well, and help you look just right You '11 be well dressed you'll look your best, and you'll fee lmighty gay, it you buy your Clothes and fixings here NOW for EASTER day . , GOLD MEDAL rFlSH'S rWBAB Special dRjLEP!eu The world's standard remedy fortidntj, liver, in Louisville.'. Jas. H. Barnett ' y THE WORLD UROWNiJVERALLS in and we will show you why: COME service, lasting satisfaction are built into them. Yet they cost no more than others not as good. That's why they're the choice of 4,000,000 men. And that's why they're the overall for you. Get your nexb r 'WORKS IN Pairat JLVl TXTnl Pr v Js& M.o UlllIlO & Ky. Livingston Price aKHfl UNION MADE flH KlfKlsfli JZlml$mi TmiL. Jar m H1H Mr.and Mrs. Jess Medows of Corbin are with hisparepts for a few days stay. Do your Easter shoppln g early Walter Goodwin of the Crab Orchard Bottling works was in March 27 is Easter Sunday. town this wcgk. Mr. A.C.Sowder who bos recenJudge L.W. Bethurum was In tly returned from a visit with his Lexington lat week to see his daughter in Memphis, Tenn. showed us a freak irish potato daughtor, Tevis. which was raised in ymith Burton Jr. was here and sold in Memphis, Arkansas weighing Saturday onouto from Iowa to three pounds. Mr. Sowder says he will plant this and have some his homo nef.r Plato. potatoes to sell this fall if the S. B. McKenzie and wife of season is good. Stanford are visiting Mr.and Mrs George U.Eisti this week. Doctors Everywhere A P. LeMaslor, Tommy Jones sad Hubert Nicely of Livingston Recommend the Use of Camphors- tea un ana Menthol Creams For were here during tho week. Relieving Coughs, Colds, Croup, Mrs. Zella Spwder is making Catarrh, Pneumonia and all Conquiet a succes as a representgested Conditions. ative of Flatow ,Riloy Co of CinThbtfona la which to apply ajmatdr af cinnati. tMiklnd will b f.uad la XIMTOI, which not onljrcontalna Mtntbol. Camphor, Oil of Bucalrs-tuMiss Ituby Copper has finished andmanr othariaaUnr madaotlaapUo oils but her school neat Williamstown tha alao c.atalaa aanaioldal ptoperti which killgrip or lonutnaa carta. If at INTOI. I apand is homo a few days before plIaatolhanoatrUaltaUrUlaMtba aoaa aad aata as a pravantatlv aa wall aa a cur. for colds aad entering Nortnau school at catarrh. I(rouwiUapplralltUaXIfTOI.abouttha alaa Richmond. ofabaaatotlia back of tha toosvs It will .atarlllas tha throat and rallav hoaraanaaa, coucba and all on buying the throat troublaa. Whan appllad aztaraallr to tha Who won't insist' be.st for less throat and chaat It will braak up conjaatlon aad money. Try pravaQtorrallara Croup, Whooplaa; Cousn, aad Pnaumonla. The Davis Stores. Xtlanotnacaaaarrtouaa bllatar which araofuntlmaaalthar vary dtaaaraabla la odor or caui aoranaaa and anaojano U tha Miss Norino Birnett, Richard and thoaa atundlns thm. XIMTOI. will ba Cox and Ralph Uriflln were in found tha moat affacttra, tnodarn alantlflo traat meut for all lnflamd condltloua. A Jar In the noma Livingston Sunday between will proUst tha whola famllr from Cousha. Oolda tlma prarant If your trains to meet Miss Anna K. and oftancannot supplr yournaumonla.mall you a w will drusslat Baugh and Virginia Crawford Jar on racl.pt of prica 3 Bo. SOo and 11.80, Tb who were enrovife homo from Horn. Ballaf Labor, Boatan, Kaaa. Itor. Jtiadlap.nadbyThrioa.arI)ruv JfUVarnon. Xy. Boreu They spnt tho aftera noon at Lettered Rock. AGENTS WANTED Lady or Gentleman Agent EXCELLENT REMEDY OR Wanted In the city ot Mt. VerCONSTIPATION. non to sell the genuine J. R. It would be herd to find a Watkins Medicines, Spices, Exbettor remedy for constipation tracts, Toilet Preparations, etc. than Chamberlail's Tablets. All or spare time. A wonderful They are easy to tsko and mild opportunity to get Into business and gentle in effect. Give tbem a for yourself. Writs today for ttial when you liavo toed. free particulars and sample. J.R.Watkins Co. Tho County Ctmp of tho 62 Memphis, Tenn. Modern Woodman of America 2o-will be held at Mt. Vernon, tp. Wednesday April 6th. At this time they will elect a delegate and ultornato to tho State Camp to bo hold in Loulsvile in May. There will be several,' candidates for initiation and U woodman are invited. a pat-la- bladder and uric acid uoublta. Famous since 1696. Take regularly mad in good health. In three eisas, all keep druggists. Guaranteed as represented. Uak h la aam. CaU MeJal ea ereqr lajs) wd eecept ae laailaslea r wwx&mm Clothes Mens and Boys Outfitter FOR feVERNONiV. THE STORE THAT SELLS y CASH AnEiVnON! MR. FARMER! the time to bring NOW Tobacco to the Gar. rard Tobacco Warehouse. is Averages High, Sales Good. Basjkets going as high as 86 cents One Greensburg Crop of 4,500 lbs. sold at an average of $49.80 Open every day until April 1st Come On Garrard Tobacco Warehouse 4 4ruicky Tiger COMPANY Campbell Street Lancaster Kentucky Children Dry CASTORIA FOR FLETCHElTs ir:, iMWfwrawraEy. . infirm i "5T"-"- 1 '(' JL .,. ji y jthogtiest of Mr. Sherumn - Hy.Mr. J. 3. Cress, f ivbort Cross of this Ifnihr McR-Jlnno- CABBAGE PLANTS YOU . VARIETIES ALL Commissioner's Sale UOCKCASTLlC CIRCUIT COUItT. Plaintiff I..J Payne's Admr., Vs Notice Laura Payne, Ktc , Defendants. By virtue oia judgment nnd oruor of sale of the Rockcastle Comiriissioner's Sale ti i'.DOAn IIULLIK8. Children Ctvsr for Filet: f& plicr' -- . flliVllll -- e AW Never attempt to relieve your oaby with a you would use for yourselt. Castorfa is a harmless substitute for Castor C3, atercRor.:, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Its aeither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. has age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, arising Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Foverfehacss aids therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels,bleep. assimilation of Food; giving Wealthy and natural the The Children's Comfort The Mothe.'ji Iriend. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and lias Deen maae unucr ui 6onal supervision 6ince its infancy. Tc&CC&tl Allow no one to deceivo you in this. " nra out All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the, health of Experiment. Infants and Children Ezpericnco against pct-'Sj-jz. Just-as-go- od wliTi lu' lonnorly resided nnd will make his futuru home then J C. Gritvrs bought sotnu imyj fn.iii'M. C Donti ut $1 on pen iuitiiiir.l, ilflivoriMl. M C. Donn1 1,'nwu r.ml his two smiill juciihiuvli't'is rati nded J church , nt We nr de-- , llo)fvfll Sunday f with tho appointment lUhliri Mullock for school tuipurvis D.C. or, (iml wu tr uly believe ho will fill his officii honestly nnd tnyu - rturnnl to Arkinis should i mi plenty of nice EAKLi Cabbago in YOUKGAUUKN. I will uVlivt-- r to you nil rlnrgcs PKHI'AI D, 1.000 nlcM cnhluigt plant for 2.75, or 500 for $150. Giab this climu'u, plants nn sniroe, can niaku Hliipinoiit wmio day order is rwived. I' ii"w by hVcpirss collect Loss than 5 lit s.inl at $1 50 pet tliousaiid 5 fo 10 thousand at 1.35 per thousand nt 1.25 per thousand 10 ami over . S i.l money with order , plaintiff ViiNotlre FRANK MOM.tNS, C.F1. Hethington, Meg-gel-t V&hat is OASTORiA We would HU- - to sen some u'ts In the Sljriml fmni pnnple jr. who formerly lived In RocUiMstle as tliesu loiters alvwivs ntorest us. folly. -- The Cabbage Plant Man Commissioner s Sale HOCKCASTI.KCIkCLUTCOUUT. Mnry I.aiih.wlilov,Jniin." Limit), Koy Iaili, And Mattio llrown, piivlitllTs, S.C Commissioner's Sale eB'.tfBaaxaaaaBBMnaaassaumn Miss QUAIL. . tliostoroftf P, h nillirghim. I.ula O'vnns is working In Hoc Mr iiiwl Mrs. UJircncu Iijistman spent 8altirilny mgnt wjth V and Mrs H't.vov .Vlarn.-- M Helta Logsdon was thoyjost nt J'rcnoh, pova French, Aptpur Kriincli, Rolwd t'ri'iicli, Wayniim l()iinli! 1'iciicli, Chrlftliiii Mm PfeiK'i, njul V: Nf)tlc.) fl, I)cfLidmiti. oenuinenCASTORSA itJears tne signature o slways ; s. favor tor several days, we ate 'iad to report much better. was the RueV Mis Pearl Elsie Herrin Sunday. .ffMiss ..r.T Albright and Casper flayse .were in Mt. Vernon Thursday. Miss Lucy Mae Minlt of this ,)laceand Mr. Leroy sa,ns of were married in j East Bernstadt i. and efTect'df a judgment. s.a'JjltU uuie PuANTS. Carter yl near Brodtieau. Waiter CoSaiml5.s'r Feb 23, 1921 The puichaier will be given poasetslon ot '"" RocltoftstleClmilt- - Court, tbri-i- Wd fffeV1 .9'1 iudjUeat Jo Albright spent part of last We Lii'fi millions of the fiuest tins property aasoonas bis bond la appro v wrtrj t. jiveri The purclitier week with l)er .w.indparents Mr open neiu piaw reauy now. cd. "We only Bought Rat Poison Misses possession of tlis property as Keby. "8, 1621. nvd Mrs. .loo Twice, writes Jeue Smith, N. J. Early Jersey, Charleston i G. S. Qt'JZ. . U Unl away, couldn't U UithtrrJ .ooii as his boncis approved. 'tre Minnie threw tie and Dutch! tarcol post MaatComta'aiinr ol castle Circuit .Then nliut It lth hf it. Uoi,r uiicle .lames Cash n .visitniK - isAY.tbtfth.tu(ti chwvcomes inI tnrtl RiUSntp Fob. 28, 1.121. imum'uiicr r nf f c. urt n, VU ndy it paidoo- - $1.00, 500 - $150, 1000G.SGrhnn, frir Aaaitiurejk: J5c.6Sc.tUS. family of J3.nAliad this week S2.so. Kxpress and 0, .s000.:. Suld uJ euiiiatcej ty Kock Master Lomussioiier Commissioner's Sale Mrs Clnrios ftaUBliet ty of 7.50, lO.oOo-- ta Co. Sena lor ' C.'Cox vom'on cistle Circuit Cutt. C Louisville is visiting her parents prioo list, swpet ppttttp and toma- Davis Drug Store . . Misses to plants, larkei Ft(rms. .MouBrown. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT J vMt.Vernon Thursday. Congratu-jlattoo- s Mr.and Mrs J. COURT. by their OUieand Lillian Lewis who are ltrie, tJeorgia. are extended attending ichool at Berea were Cbarlo JR. Drock, etc.. lJaintlff, ,jpanv friends. Or Pomngtou of Sets last week Vs : Ifotice hero to see at homo a few days I London was called and Vergie Nor country Hams,lAE Georgo Lucas,otc.. Dpf,enunt&. ,the small child of H.E.Jones who Mrs.John Norton Saturday with sick at Mrs.G. L. Wren is very Mrs. ion of Quail spent ; has pneumonia. Saturday. By vi.rtfnaof a, judgement and, her mpthor Mrs.Mary Albright. this time. Several from hero Onions, Dried Aples, Eggs orderof; sale ol the Kockcastle Missjewel Ham in spent a few attended court at Richmond RJiriMMOOE ALSO SOME NICK URNS Mrs. Ruby Gadd of Circuit Court, rondeied at Ha diys last woolc with her grand Monday. talof February Term, 1931, in the Lewis Jarrett Covington is visiting at the homo motherAlbert Will above styio.l action for the pur of Brodhead was the gnct of lii of Win. Gadd. Mrs. Lizzie Grant pose of dividing the proceeds be returned from a few days visit to cousin Cisper Haysc Saturday You can ship O, O. D. or open account. tween son in Berea.-- J. II. Lambert the tract iiMml-HaMr. and Mrs her and Sunday. Reforeuce, Kirat Statu Hank, or Bell Louisville to purchas of land hereinafter described. I Marion Hamlin were with the has eouo to will proceed to offer for saleut VUB ed a new lino of Spring Merchan-- ' lamilyofll.E Jones last week. the front Ifobr drtlie"urt"House Mrs. 'loin Branaman of is working in brod- disc Arch Hay so with to the highLeonard Cable Lang ford spent a few days head this week, CTMAilSSToNtiRS SALF. piNfiV-UEv-r- ' est bidder at public auction, on Mrs.W E Webb recently. Mrs. wmn over Jroui Rvpiro ouuuay ROCKCASTLE CIKOU1T COVRT. guest Monday the 21st day of March Miss Wrot Wright I.P.Taylor is in Covington i ica(l how Mrs. Aioerr afternoon. T I. Itulleu, o niillcn, R, r. u. rto. Hi ry Mrs. Stewart. GreRcry, of 1921, at or about one o'clock p.m. Mr. ot her daughter MISSCKR'S SALE. COM Joe Ilullen, l'oa,rl Wolfo. SAI.K COMMISSIONBU'S J.RIufid. III., got ridoi $T i visiting her grandparents , (being County Court day), upon Tommy Ilullen and Dewey Mrs. Dan Gadd of Cartersville was in "During . . . I .OK mid Mrs. It K. Hamtn. fierills. ROCKCAKTI.K CIKCUIT COURT, wa9 awfully weak . . . Ilullui, Plaintiffs, a credit of six months, the folllieluiattClreuU Count. and Miss Ber our town Tuesttay iraumg o My pains wcie terrific. I ra C3 Hcssie Diusrhertv lowing described tract of land, of L. Wren has returned from several G. U. WRUNN vs; notico j tha Brown wore tho guest thought i would die. The 1'I.MNTIl'P Hank of Plaintiff he n pains were KT t" located on what is known as Willa Albright days stay in Mississippi whore Mioses Iilva and Notice .lane Hullen, Georgo vs : notico g) actually so severe I could Tom prospecting. Brludle Ridge in RockcasUo lias been me pressurcui j;j I.utos, Jcnnio I.ules. Tuesday uftei noon. noisianu nni'HNDANT T.J. Nicely, At, of Ilonry County, Ky., and thus bounded: iny hands on the lower Tj. York and family have moved CHAI.T Hl'U.IJNB Minnie I.utea, Willie. McCluro, Wlh MeCluiv, part 01 my siomani . . . By viatueofo iiulKiuont anil order .of Beginning at a stone, last corIlullen, Matilda oolley buck to their homo in Madison Clias. MoCJuram McCluyo, simply felt as tt me was ner to tract no 1 in the division nnd J.unes Wolfe, residence sale, of rale-o- tho Kookeasuo Bircwi Alice llarromlllam larronl lime. AV ELfor but a short County after two years , imiipt. rendered au its Febtuary Tprm, of a tract of land between George of Jane Ilullen, riusoana was worneo ... Defendants luro. wo are sorry to loso this M2I, in the above Htyled action for tno JallftJJeOuradl!esio VbMOM., "....... WUfc. Lucas and the heirs of D I). Lucas rj family. lly virtue of a Judgment and order Defendant, MeCluiv, very estimable ing tne Birinaay Almapurpose of BatUfytng alien held by tho thence N &1J W 73 poles to a stone; of tho Rockcastle circuit Court, nac, he came across a lly vhtiw Judgmont and orderof of sale plaldtllT against tho land hereinafter thence 25 and case similar to mine, Gi THE PNEUMONIA MONTH deseribed, I will proceed to oJTer for sale of tho keaotle Circuit Court, rendered at its February Term, 1921. walnut N 6i Etho poles to a black went straight for tome stump' beginning corner In. thu above styled action for tho pur pneumonia l'oluinry Torm, 1821, March is a typical Cardui for me to try. of the whole tract, also corner to sale at tre f rent door of the court house rendered a dividing tho proceeds. between gives a high In Mt. Vernon. Ky, to the highest in the nbovtled action for the pur Pomj of month and ustialy W. M. I'ugett's land; .thence wiih Hen huld by the tho heirs to tho tract of land herein mortality for iho disease his line N 77, E 22.8 poles to a at pubiio auutlon, on Monday, iiosoof mi.ngn GT2 TAKE after described, I will Proceed to offer W A. McKinney rate of Mr.and iMrs. plalntilt njbt the land hcrclnaflur stonu in the road near a gate; a long and hard winter.the the 21st day of March, 1021, at ornbout described, proceed to offer for for sale, subject to widow's dowery, at attended church at Hopswoll Snn. After thence with the middle of the road one o'clock p m, being county couit system loses much of its resistfof the Court House in the front,door of the court house in AH at tho N 21t H 08 poles to a stone In Mr. Wilbeut Klncor was tho day, upon a credit of nix mouths, the T. ance and peoplo grow careless. following descrllwd tract of land, locat- Mt. Vernon,, at public unction, on Vernon, Ky, to the highest bidder, at Tato'a line; thence with his J.lino , Dew-ipublic auction, on Monday, tho 2lst, Hiiest of his hrotUQWii-lawWhen every cold, no matter now ed In Itockcastle County, Kentucky Mnmhiv. iilst day of March. S Oli E 02 poles and 9 links to a niuht and slight.is givfen prompt nnd inrnves o'clock p (belnjr day of March, 1021, at or ubout ono -j Bftiiatod on Scaffold Cnue Ilraueh on 1021, at or in the creditor Harvy UraHley ot tne telligent attention.thero Is much the road leading to tho old Keod tan County Cdl'a.v;. upon n described o'clock p in bolngcounty court day, stone pointer,road, with a black walSunday nut beginning corner of six tiHititlho following upon a credit of six months, tho followIt yard, nnd being tho samo property con- tract of lafocated in Rockoastlo Bloss section has purchased tho less danger of pneumonia. tract no. 1 lu the division of the Wn tho waters of Lino ing described tract of laud, located In bo borne In mind that voyed to llullenaby W II Llnville, Countv, lands of George Lucaa andD. B. rist mill at this placo ffrjmi should Rockcastle county, and thus bounded. will be required to ex creek.'und Iwunecd: The Woman's Tonic Herbert JJullock. Misses AJza pneumonia is a gorm disease and Tho Lucas's ho Irs; thence a division On the north by tho lauds of T L ......w. ecute bond with niiproved security for Heglnnia largo plne.now down.i DtL'V.Uti ill HIU buiuuv. lino between tracts number 1 and 2 Ilullen: on the east by tho lands of and Alnui Jinllouk was the guest htm's Cough Remedy Is an but inai'l biuiiii iii.icK 011K ami bearing bIx 'r cent S 21 W 02 poles and 11 links to tius pufthase jirlco "I took it faithfully and hickory no line of a J C milieu; on the south by the 'and cleans out tho interest from date until paid, ami imv of their cousin MUs Viola, Bullock the beginning, containing 3GH ' the results were immedknown at Leach Line; thence lands of J C ilullen, and on the west acres more or less. only big tho force nnd etrect of a Judgment, ' Sunday. Mrs. l'.la Mae Gpcjper germ iadene,d'mucus and not N35 I. Kioto a upotted oak and iate," adds Airs. Gregory. by the lauds of Jano Ilullen, W II The purchaser will be re white oapnee N 15UG7 poles was through this section ihist ourjs'a cod tail prevents Its FBBY. a8, l92l. "I continued lo get bet Jones und V T Hicks, containing to a uljak at the end of a iu pneumonia. It is pleas-an- t quired to execute bond'Wtti ap'-ter, an my ma in. .uw, G 8 GRIl'l'IK, week in bolm'.f of lier candidacy Hiiull elBence with N 31 WW ono buntlrod acres more or less. "to akb. Children takd it will through . . . proven security tor tlio purchase and I went poles tule 011 top of thu cliff; commissioner of Rock will be required to County Court Clerk. Among inijiy. The purchaser for Master Juiiioh R. Ilradloy's thonce with no further trouble. price bearing six pei cent Inter'-. execute bond with approved security castle circuit court. soino of Uie young folks who .atline; o a. S. V. courbe Aly baby was fat and to for the purchase price bearing six per est from date until paid, and hav down )'' fn"t of tho first tended church at llopewoll Sun- WANTED : Mon or women strong, and myself thank tho foot of a small bunch cent interest from date until paid, and ing the force and effect of a were ,Guy take orders apioog ,f rlonds and God am once more tiaic day from this place straight line ' tho forco and effect of a judg- ment. Baby Chicks cliff; a ulato bank; a S.E. tlioueo lha rtllrrhnup 'mill f k. and hearty, can walk l)vtr. J. L. Hullock, Dennis nqialibprs.fqr.thoiei.ulne guarq Brjd Rotli courseich about 15 liolea to a. meat. Whit Rocks down miles, do my work, given possessjoq.ofytho.. prprty Hi IRhada UUnd Kodt Dewey D ul lock . and mnwi hnslnrv. full lino .for men, Hullcck, l'ebv, 28, 1021 uklia Lskonu At whlto par the mouth of said though 44 years old, feel as soon as;hJ3.,boii4,la. 8,pprovd. hUhUTlnir flocks. I., course and .clplfiren. Eliminates I dralnjco aS lrom G S GRIFl'IN Usleil MeKnDcy. Mrs. R. H, women, nuonable prices, with slo like a new person. All 1 ulcdue of rock to a, large ana au arrival and family was the damiug..WQ,(pay 7,5c annour lor McVChinD) Master com mlssion'or of,Rock IJeby. 3 1921, owe to Cardui." For propalJ to our floor. white few stops above a roud; rhsrgv' sent ,r"ree an many years Cardui has G&Grlfflp,, guest of Sirs J, V. Bullock Sun sparo Iroo, or fcft&.OO a weok for ttV UATrUCDV rlrcular W on f equest. thenettralght lino on top of castle circuit court. 4ih 340 J to a hickory unnecesIn been found helpful Maajqr, Commissioner Rock day- - Mr. and Mrs. Parks Roy. lull time. Experience a hillf. thence a straluht line i building up the system totMinlug, and containing Subscribe for. the Signal," qastla Circuit Court noltLs was the guest of Mr. and sary. Write International Stockwhen run down by disbWERT CLOVER AND HONEY 75 adre orlesn. Mills, Norrlstown, Pa, In t. Mrs, .1, J. Bullock Sunday. Mr. ing orders peculiarto women. Tlihaser will be required to Sow sweet clover, cheaper anu v.. and .Mm. Fred Cromer were la .. "-- rd n'ufir. Bnv ll oxecw iittwrif """ frtim "'rower. fippoial sonrinea fortuoia.se rle beaung lxir h b W. BETHURUM Other "Vernon. Saturday. . i.ttrutii Jatoutitilnald, and Mt. rent. Kttorny.j.Lav ATTORNEY, AT IW ollect ofu judg 7f Bul'ock attended tho show at Mt. ' seeds for prompt termination. havlnM-eanMtVernon, Ky Uontr btck without qutstloa ,etJimouiit to be mado $103.05 J5 mt.vkbnon, by. Al .,. Voruou- Saturday nlht. E. E. u nun. l ITCH, KCZBUA. Will pracUce la all the Courts. Bute Prlp.M and circulars free. Also F..byfci practice in all the courts. iK Will i and Federal, ) Bullock was In Mt. Vernon Sat- lre.tm.nt RINOWOKM, TBTTKK or race on Church Street u.b.Jrimn, prices on honey Offico on Cturch Street, night taking his Hrbtde olhtr 71Itching boskin dittoes. urday at our risk. of Rock- I CominIslouviTrr a ctot SHKKHAN, lOHN A Miss lr.o in Musonry. Bradley Delia Vv D Pioneer palmooth, ICY. caB"ou. Store it. f d. no 4 wer McKiwieyaud Alta ). - been inafter dcHcriN'd, I will proceed to offer for s de, at the front dsorofthu Court House. In Ml. Vernon. Ky , to fWfSllW li-- hlrhct lilddur, tit public miction, his home ,at Ti. t'ligcumine;. Jim AeJ'iiU? 't' pn Momltty, )tn Jl-- day of March, visiting his parents at Quail this lJl.fiVnjjout J o'eloejt i.n fbelnjr - Verlia Mnllijs spent County Court bay J', lipoh 'aeridit ut week. 1TAIJR COM.ANV, WPW VOWK CITV. iicwiiinu ix nnnlliH, uie jamming Friday with Miss Jewel pwen wszmmrMimzL localiHl m KocKcasllu rf- Mx TTrointi3,tTiu s.pent from tract o; Miss Delta Logsdon "f rjouuty, KunuivT7!t7 fll Saturday with tracj-oland, Thursday untlll Jlouud Stone Creek: nnd tliu Ittiurjded: following described S.C.Owens is very fiick. Gilbert Miss Nannie Furris iU Pifawa Dm the north located jn loclcastleCot(iitv,Kv. the I.iihIh of Adam , -V ... .. . " .: .. ..Haysc of Corbin spent Saturday nrynni ami .'olly A near Mr.and Mrs. Jim Herrjn spent ;ad; on thefiit bvlhu and Sunday with home folks. Mr. "H'u7." iml lii hmlher, and of in iitli c ) as lonovvs: Sunday and-st- m T, J. ..nnT,wm.rffrara MrsrJohn-iaswxrbavid 'Ilryant'., on the ui)()th by On the ninth by tliulnudsof Han M. Herrin. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. fhe lands ,91" T.T. Nfcjlcy aud jojip i,Ui!.) ieinloy qi) the cast by v.orp tho guest of Mrs. Albert London fdled his spent Sunday evening I'nincfi; on loe jen iiy w( i.umn Rev. Asherof vM f)n !(j xijufh llV ltflct eatftu Albert Dillingham Saturday. Haysc 1 IllOU MmHIds of .color, anJ of Sam (lip lands fit ttillinm ,ilil vr.mlnr nnnntntlllltlt at B. Brown. Mr. liryaii one hundred iicres nioni Hill spent with Mr.L liimi. of Tied 1111 the vveor by 'ytjifip Albright of qimilav. o....-io,- . Reynolds called on Miss Elsie or lesi. Sh'dton, ami eonnilulii; nerts. ,m iJU Mo,vJ V vvith to Mrs Sallie The purchaser will tJ Miss Delta London of (Juail 'from Friday flerrin Sunday. The purchaser will be required -- other Mra.Mury Albrlpht-JinWr- no bond with approved security for last week irlth her his .sent Monday with Mrs execute bouu" with approved wr culxl to H. Laswel. Imvr Logrrfoa Albright. the purchase prlcu lienriiiK b'lorence tlu-- j until paid, and h.iv-i'- security for the purchase price, "iiit4'ivnl from tlate ' moved to the r Ajv homo small child of H.E Jones who janil "irea of a judgineiil. hearing six percent interest from w IDT v- , ttcenuy puicuusuu PROOF CA.BBA.GJi!' ; t ;,.a FROST very low with nneuniouia I'J' yir'I'P "f 1 jiMljrmenJ and order of Hilu(iftl(t R(Klseatle CjroiU C(rtfr Onnie LisoHThurHdiiv night rendfrtd nt lt IVIiniary Ti'iiii. I(i2l, in Sfr. nnd Mrs. Kliner Logxionoi the above ntylod action for thu purpoHi Mrs.Jane Rodmon of dividing tin) proceeds Cincinnati and the nl Woodstock spent Wednesday widow ami the heirs to tho tract here- - tjxry jKc&G&&ff m In Use For'Over 30 YearaSg The Kind You Have Always Bought night mh w. n uog,u..-KariestT- WJ f? solng to make r t v; KOCKCASTLI3 CIRCUIT COUKT., tho following dororibed property, tecta with the post and railing fence Kohort O. Murray's Adinr., northwardly to the end of tald fence ; plaiutifT, located in Rockcastle County, Ky., on tho Mt. Vernon and thence a straight line to the center of a Vs: Notico hollow, about Somerset road and bounded as aprjng at the forks of t,dwelling house groyurdiweat of the Herhert Murry' K'c , follows: It Is qgrctnl and understood that the Defendants, grantor and the grantee In the deed of On tho north 7 the. Mt Vrnon By virtue of a judgment and and Somerset Hnad; on tho emt by Jonas McKen'le ,u II, .1, Mulllns ahall thu l.iml-- i of Milt SowdvH on dlu have fri'onccesa and equal rlghta to .the order of sale of the Rockcastle honth iiy the lanrt-- of w, 0 rayne. spring; thenoe a straight Hue westward Circuit Court, romlarcd at its tin thu tl( lii(ln t)f V H ly to the line of the aforesaid fum and ipid U f la)iifi and oontalniua liehrtinry Term, 192!, in the the division line between aaid farm and one luiudiedneitii tw tho natnu more above styled action, for tho pur David Ilyslngsr'a land ; thence with (aid or leei".' division line between McKeuzie 'and nose of clofhnr tin the estate of The purchaser will bo requir said Hystnger northwardly tiobert G. Murray and sottlin ed to execute hoi d with approved 'of Sam Smith's and Davidto the corner Hunger's same, I willpret'ued lo offer for sale secuteU for the purchase price, lands; thence castwardly with the line of at the front door of the Court b arlnj; six per cent interest from Sa-- Sinllh'a heirs, Ilarve Owens, Scott House, in Ml. Vernon. Ivy.' to tho the day of sale until paid, and Fish andAit.Sanders Smith to theJMer.' Vernon and Eichtnoml Roadi prong ef highest liidder, at public auction, havini; tlio force and effect of a thence with the said rcBjd to th'e "cjffit on Monday, the 2lst day of judgment Bidder." will bo ?,'& fcopia,in'lnl i' acr'ea more or lew, rwn h- - bouuilaty (a eclud4 March, Mjai, at of about o!chclf arcd tocmir wit.li tjiesb (evniQ. thvec IhU. one itthi hy 11 J, Mulllna f.M. cuinc County Cpurt Day) JJi!fihi'u.afi-4s?A- . .toJCJiriOl44Vf.Wt.tH on the DUle 1 i -- DEFKNDANf, lly virtue of a judgment and order of talc of the Itockcaitle Circuit Court, render, cd at Itt February Term, 1921, Id the above " ityled action, for the purpose of dividing the proceed of the property between the Circuit Courti rendered at its owncm of the land hereinafter deiorlbed, I will proceed to offer for sale February torm' thereof, 1921, in door of tin Court Home In Ut. at the front Vernon, Ky. action for the to the lilgli'it bidder, at imfcllc otlou. on the above purpose of Winding up and set Monday, the Jl.t day of March, IMI, at er "Ut one o'Iock p. m. being county court tlingtbc estate: of J. J. Payne, ,iay. upon ,credltof foI. deceased, I Will proceed to offer lowbg ducribed tract of land, located Jnit nockeaatle County forsalontthe front door of tllO north of Mt. Vernon, in treat Kentucky, nnd on the aide . Ky Court House, it Mt. Vernon, ko.wn a, tUo ll j?MulH.. pidder, at public farm, nnd tbui bounded: to the highest Ilealnnlni at a tt'ke an the west tide day nuctlon. on Monday, the of Mt Vernon and Richmond Road at the or about one of March, 1921, outh eoit comer of the garden fence, o'clock p m (being county court near Chris Mulling south eaat corner, (lav), upon a credit of six tuontha and rnnntng weitwardly with the fence down the hill to where said fence Inter stRd ,,,,, ,,,:,, it 2tt pr. "i" - irpm-R'isfi.u- G. S. Griffin, f Master Commissioner Rock- 1 o TTA WA , h r l.iHlf.k. thjioutjjalon,eT,ioUl. i, castle Cjrcnit Cpurt. llighvny ".mKoyib, of the rsJtn ofl(.J,Mullias, dictated. Tbl lot frouu CO ftetun vUo IW IHsbrfay Commissioner's Sale ROCKOASThlJCIHODIT W. K. Jones, COURT t.:.i,. o,i I tu Plaintiff, "-- Farris-EtlK-l.thei- Mr.and hJ W- ," "f sitli Albit. uio-.n- Wake-fields.Fl- at Ik-ssi- e 'i 2000-3.5- 1 BOONE Wanted POTATO OriON Potato MABAUE Pains d$ pay CASH on delrery Were Terrific tfp ja g j k- L.G. PARDJE Mt.-Vo- vs: Notice Defendent Walker D . Croueher, lly uiUiu'ofn judgment nnd order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at its February Term thereof. n'uovp stybaapfl for' "trio V21, puJivVvM sUSti U $9:T5 And JM W ctU I Will probd'to differ far sale at 1 1(6 front door of the Court House, In Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday tho 21stday of March, 1921' at 'or nlKMit one o'clock p m (being Coil-n- t court day r, upon n frcdU lW 'Ax lliirtith's.'tho fbllbUiri;; kltct'ibed tract of land, located In Koukcastlu County, Kentucky, on Crooked Creek and bounded as follows : On the north by tho lands of Daniel Anlin's heirs; on tho cast by the lands of Sales; on the south by thelnnds of J.F Dooloy on the weot by tho landn of Sid Azhlll, and containing between forty and fifty acres. The purchaser will be required to executed bond' with approved 'security for the purchase price, hearlm six per; cent Interest! fronthe sale until paid, nnd having the. forcn and effect of a judjvnon,t. Bidders w'l be prepared to comply with theso terms, .'oh 2S. 11)21. G.S. Grinin, Master Commlsslnor Rockcastle Circuit, Court ! lot sola hj H. J, MnUinstoEdBarUullins, local, nl an PUie Hisliway This lot fronw 50 ff clou Dixie Wuhwaj and runs back and et of equal width 100 feet, and one lot sold by H.J.SIulllns to Orant Mulllns, located on iald Highway. This lot front! SO feet On Dixie Highway and runs back of x equal width 100 ffet, The purchaser will be adrim widftjTFaiHroie lek sadne&tjjL-Cft"8-- Vsf.HJiftnc ca'at ?3?yVe Until paid, auil r having frV.nl .lx;-t- Interett the force -r VI l i rtt.-VTn-rron,-K- y., l?-- iiui .T bearing-dow- 1 V - f com-initte- o 5& H'AJNS FORD hid-de- r, 11 v 1 111 mii-ve- - -- judg-havl- ne iPSS Klh '' -' run-nlii- j. '. east-war- d Take Cardui -- ECZEIUI! fil?? ... M .,,. iyU.'-upi)- ro yS(DCXS C.C.WILLIAMS raft X - 11 "- -" -- frmj .. - Drug