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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u i rub s Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Homeof Booncway s Dfaiitif No. 23 FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" i4iii 3D Centrally Located between Cincinnati, Knoxville .ind Lduisville it Established 1887 34th Year Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, April lO k h v V f 1 moved to his farm Friday, which ho purchased from Barto Dillingham, and Josh Wilson moved to his property on Sliver street, program of thu continental which was vacated by Mr. Doan, Lyceum course, and while each Rev and Mrs. A. J. Pike enter of the proceeding programs were tained at a birthday dinner, on high grade and very entertaining bunday March 13th, in honor of none havo surpassed this duo, the twenty llrst birthday of their Mr Truimin is a C.ni.dtan and son, Goebel. The guests of told tnneli of his oarly life He honor wore, Messrs,. .Ray Crawlt.ft-i..lrphan at early nge ford, Will Sowdor, Horace and was rented by n beottish Torrill, Orren Wallen, Dan Grey, family. Ho composed a greater Les Elder, Alfred Frith, Minish uutnhcr of his readings, the fea- Terrill. and Albert Jarrett. tures numbers were, "A colored Misses Pearl and Bess Hicks. ' "Deacamp meeting in Dixie, ' con Jones catching a rooster on Mcsdnines, D. H. Grey, O. E Wallen aud H. E Christie. The Sunday morning." "Sid Parkins' was heavily loaded with courtship," and many others tiblo whiHl lirniiirlit. cnrittinid nf lsnoli eats. Tho main decoration was lfe with its twenty one tertothe audience. Miss Van I1'10 UU1U,B cunuius. uoouei IS Hit' Dychc is a thorough miicieiun youngest in a family of ten living very beautiful and posesses voice and many children, and Rev. and Mrs. Pike rendered numbers' of lovely music nnd are grateful for having lived to favorite songs. The next pro see him reach raahhood.Uncle grain, April lth. International!.' Mort Owens suffered a stroke of Glte Club, which consists of paralysis SundayTHo was report ed bettor last report s Miss Ida four young men, each one not only versatile, but wonderful Brock and Mr John York were musicians. Their program con- married at the home of the sists of vocal and instrumental officiating minister, Rev. A. J. numbers, readings, sketches, im- Piku, March 24th, in tha presence Edgar D. New-lanpersonations and is sure to please of a few friends and Urban Cuss are at all Mrs. O. W. Turpiu is visithome from Covington. Mrs. H. ing her son Hub Turpin and E. Christie has been very sick family at Maretburc Mrs. F.F. with toasihtis this week. 1?fltlllllc nlir. .till Wll tlclt.r1 llfllMisses Elberta Martin and lather J R. Howard, and sister Lillian Wallen very loyally enterMrs. J. B. Green, on Copper tained their friends with an all Creek first of tho weak. George day Foster picnic last Sunday, Reynolds-- , after a three weeks reported an excellent time. visit wifh his sister, Mrs 0 F Misses Ella Bolle "Newland and .JkVaisnn, has returned to Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens Effie Reynolds were up from Mrs. and children aud Mrs. Marshall Crab Orchard for Faster. Willis Busstll still continues very Owuns wore at Quail Sunday to sick. Misses Katharine Jones, visit Mr. and Mrs. Silas Owens Ella Mae and Eliza Cummins spent the week end with parents at Stnnford. Rev, and Mrs. D,C (Jooch of Crab Orchard visited their nephow, Josh Wilson and family Sunday and Monday. J.E Wallen was at home from Danville Sunday. - Mrs. H. E. Christie und daughter little Miss Anna Elizabeth, and Miss Pearl Hicks have returned from a visit with friends and relatives at Danville and Lexington. Mrs. J. M. Owens returned Saturday - -- M from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Frank (Sutton, at Lexington Miss. Mary Saylor and Sarah Soward, of Langdon school. Mt. Vernon, visited the family of F. RRobbins, Sunday. Charlie Hcndrickson is at home from Pinevills this week. Mrs. J J. Painter and Children of Haddix, "DO UNTO OTHERS AS are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.N. Vanhook, this week. Mrs. YOU WOULD HAVE Charlie Brown and Children of THEM DO UNTO YOU" Livingston wcro tho guest of I am making this race upMr. and Mrs. A, M.Hiatt tirst of I have the week. Mr. and Mrs John on my merits. nothing to sa against any j goward of Illinois, were recent visitors at tho home of Mr. and of my opponents. Mrs W. H. Sowder. Roy Owens Adv. was at home from Corbin for On Wctl us sil ay evening of last week, March 23, Robert H. B. Troiniiiu nud Miss Irene Vun Dvch entertained ill the school building, this was the fourth Brodhead W. H. Doan f 92 Jrnce jJRS. ipbu in advancb otSpirolast w.-- .s .. , ( hQ I 11 d 1 I VOTE FOR S .- TAYLOR FOR LITTLE TOM ! ja'i lor 1 One Measure of a M an s AMWg hr To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account The man who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites confidence. The frugal and thrilty man finds a ready extension of credit when ho needB it. Everyone should savo a portion of his earnings. "We extend to you the advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. Wo pay interest on time deposits. BANK OF MT. VERNON T.J. Nlceloy, President. W. L.. Richards, Cashier. Easter. Master listoll Mclieel There is more Catarrh in this little Misses tiva McBce und,' section of tho! country than all Mary and Margaort Carter weie other diseases put together, and In Mt. Vernon between trains for years it Was supposed to be Saturday. Miss Pearl Hicks incurable. Doctors prescribed was hostess at an Easter dinner local remedies,-anby constantly Sunday. Those present wore: failing to cure with local treatMisses, Pearl and Klla Bello ment, pronounced it Incurable. Nowland, Effio Reynolds, Pearl Catarrh is a local diseaso.greatly d, influenced by and Bess Hick. Messrs. lid constitutional con O K. Wallen, and Larkin ditions and therefore requires Hicks. Mosdames, W F. Carter. constitutional treatment. Hill's and O E. Wallen. A delighrful Catarrh Medicine, manufactured' day was spent by all. Josh Wil- by F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolod o son was in Stanford Monday. Ohio, is a constitutional remedy Mrs. W. A. Murphy is in Stan- is taken internally and acts thru ford .this week , having dental the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces work done. Ono Hundred of the system. dollars reward is offered for any PREVENTATIVE MEDICINE case mat Hairs uaiarrn Meat' cine fails to cure,, Send for cirof medical culars and testimonials. The tendency science is toward preventative F.J. CHENEY: & CO., Toledo measures, It is easier and better Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c. to prevent than to cure, Pneu Hall's Family Pills for constipamonia, ono of the most dangtrjus tion. disease that medical men hive t contend with, often follows a cold has been found almost invariably or attack of the grip. The cold to increase the yield. prepares the system for the re INOCULATION ception and developement of the Soy beans, like other legumes, pneumonia germ. The longer the when well inoculated add much colds hang on, the grtater tli nitrogen to the soil. Natural in-- . ClianTberlain's oculation now occurs quite goner-a- l danger." Take Cough Remedy as soon as the throughout the'soy bean region first indication of a cold appears in the southern United States. In so as to get rid of it with the localities where the crop has not leat possible delay. It is folly to been previously grown, however, risk an attack of pneumonia it is advisable to'inoculato. In when this romedy may be obtain- - oculation may be most certainly secured by applying, soil from an ed for a trifle. old fieldv.using 300 to 500 pounds 01 soll.to tne acre, or oy ousting tne eea witn sucu soil before sowis. Inoculation can bo securedfrom any seed company handling Soy beans. SEEDING rANDl CULTIVA-' TION. Soy beans may be sown at any time after danger of severe frosts from early is over, ranging spring until midsummer. As a rule, However, tho late varieties aro preferable aud should be plunted about tho same time as corn. Soy beans are grown either in cultivated rows or broadcasted, depending on the purpose lor which they aro grown. The row method is preferable in weedy land and usually gives larger yields of hay und practically alKLOSED KROTCII ways of sued. The general practice for seed SOLD BV production is tho row method, 30 ta 4o inches apart. For hay, soiling, orereen manure is drilled or broadcasted crop famished a THE CAU STOKE finer quality of forage. In rows, from 20 to 3O pounds of seed to the acre are required; when sown THE SOY BEAN The sou requirements of soy broadcast or drilled, from 60 to 90 beans are quite similar to those pounds. Soy beans arc generally drilled of corn, but the plants will make with an ordinary grain drill. By a satisfactory growth on poorer soil than corn. Tho best results, covering tho feed cups not in use rows can perhaps, are obtained on medium the distance between bo adjusted as desired. For loams, although clay and sandy small lields the ordinary garden soils may bo made to produce good crops. The soy bean does drill does well. Under proper soil conditions not require a well drained soil, although a soil where water soy beans germinate in three to stauds for a considerable lungth live days. As soon as the seed of time is not desircuble. It is ling plants appear above tho a grtater ground cultivation may begin. able to withstand of moisture, however, Soy beans should receive at least amount than either cowpea or com. The three cultivations. ROTATIONS soy bean is also decidedly Soy beans may be combined drought resistant; much more so advantageously in many systems than the cowpea. of crop rotation. The cash value SOIL PREPARATION of tho seed is sufficient to boy neans succeed best on tiio gnowing of these thoroughly prepared soil. Tho beans as ono of the main crops land should bo plowed early and of the rotations as are cowpeas. and deep, fitted, and thon h ar- In some localities a soy beau crop rowed at intervals until tho is grown between two wheat beans are planted. The young crops and in other parts between plants of soy beans are not able two oat crops. Wheat, winter to push their way through a hard oats and winter barley may folcrust, as are corn and cowpeas. low soy beaus. Thus, to iusnro a good stand, the MIXTURES. seed should have a light coverSoy beans may be satisfactoring of looso, mellow soil, ily grown in combination with FERTILIZERS othor crops, thus affording a The use of comorcial fertilizers greater variety and a larger is recommended where sandy soil yield ot forage. A mixture of predominates or the soil is of low soy beans and cowpeas makes a fertility. Where fertilizers are very satisfactory hay. Soy beans used, good results have been ob- uro more generally grown with tained by using a dressing of corn than with any other crop. stable manure or 200 or 300 When sown in rows with sor pounds of acid phosphate, in ghum or Sudan grass they have using tho commercial fertilizer it is well to upply broadcast bo. FOR FLETCHER'S fore the beans uro planted, Lime New-lansoy-be- an -- To the. Republicans of RockcastL: LISTEN ONCE'MORE PLEASE! The STORY CONTINUES to roll that lam a Democrat. "And he that "He that believeth a lie shall be damned." tells lies shall not enter the kingdom of Heaven". Please take my word dear Republicans. I have only voted one time and. I voted straight for Harding and my principles are Rebublicnn. Now, can I do or say anything to make it any more so. MSome people don't only tell lies, but they tell me they So dear Republicans both women and have sworn them. men; "BEWARE OF A LIAR". I hope'this will put you on the line of truth. And please cast the word democrat forever out of your minds in regard to me, don't say it again, for I'm just as sure a Republican, as. the So pass the truth along to friends sun shines on'a clear day. The roads are and neighbors, and look for me, I'M COMING. getting right, and so is DOLL, she has new shoes now, so look outl Hoping to receive the help and vote'of every Republican in the County, I remain a true and truthful Republican. , , Sincerely yours, , - MRS. LELIA MAY COOPER, .- J. M. CRAIG, of Los Angeles, Calif., who says 116 one can fed more grateful for' what Tanlac has done than she does. Has gained twelve pounds and health is better than in years. V m1' fJ Tho Junior Agrlculturo Club I AM CAPABLE JAILOR Have served you well, Experience I. H. LM Ad. COOPERS KENOSHA UNION SUITS given very good results. VARIETIES. At the present time about is varieties of soy beans are hand led commercially by seeduien.tho most important of which aro Hollybro'dc Mammoth (late (medium lato), Haberlandt (tncdi um late), Medium Yellow (medi um), Ito San (early), Guelph (medium), Baichet (late), Ebony (medium late), Peking (medium late), aud Wilson (medium late). All of these varieties, with the exception of Barchet, aro suit able tor hay and seed production. The Barchet is especially adopted for hay aud green mannro in the Gulf States. For seed pro. duction alone the Mammoth Hollybrook. and Haberlandt are to be recommended, while the Wilson, Peking, and Ebony are The bettor adopted for hay. Haberlandt is best for this section of Kentucky. Tho County Agent, has made arrangements with Mr 0. E Houk, Supt. of Borea College Farm, to sell Soy beans in small quantities to farmers of Rockcastle and Southern Madison at a reasonable price. Mr. Houk has the Haberlandt bean which is the best for our section. Call at onco for your beans. They are going to tho first coming. Get them while they last. This article on Soy beans will be continued next week watch our papor. Robt. F. Spence, County Agent. - "Of all the People who have taken Tanlac I don't believe there members except threo present. is anyone who feels more grateful After singing of c ub songs the to It than I do," said Mrs. J.M. roll was called and .ach respond raig-- tjf TqHJ krtb street ed' byTelling wElit Jiey .intended Los Angeles, Calif. to produce. "I suffered from nervous After discussions by different prostration and was so weak that ones retresiiraents were served I could not even swoop the floor followed by benediction. and during the day . would havo to lia down four or fivo times. 1 tried to walk, but fouud out that half a block was all I could Miss Lena Vanhook of Mt. stand before I would give out. Vernon has been visiting Mr. Nbrvous spells came on me often. Mort Finally my husband urged me aud Mrs. John Harris. Owens who has been sick for to try Tanlac and 1 am indeed some time is slowly improving. glad he did, for it proved to be Mr. and Mrs. John Mcklnney just what I needed. visped II. G.Owens Sunday. "Tho first two bottles did not Littlo Misses Thelma and Eliza- seem toholp mo. I guess it was beth Minks visited their grand- because I was so bad off, b it on parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W Mink tho third bottle I could toll I was Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. improving and mat gao me and Mrs. W. II Do havo moved more hope than ever of getting -to iheir new homo at Spiro. well. My iinprovmeut from then Mfbses Myrtle uui Offio Owens oti was rapid and by the time I visited their sister Sallie Dennoy had taken five bottles I was hotSaturday night and Sunday. Mr ter aud stronger than I had aud Mrs. V B. Di lingham visit been'in years. ed Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Dilling-ham"It enabled me to sleep sound-lQuail Satur lay night and at night and I havo Rained Miss lalola Brown Sunday. twelvo pounds. That was several vu'.ed Miss Beulal Gentry Sun ago mid from tneu until day. Mrs Lyi dia Albright mouths visited her daughtc r Mrs. Bessie now I have been in good health Mrs. J. W. as I ever was i.i my life. I havo Proctor Sunday. Mink visited Mr. aud Mrs.W. II. told all of my friends and relatives Doan Saturday. J. N. Griflin what a wonderful medicino vvtll leavo soon for his new homo Tanlac is." s in Ohio.- - Mr. and Mrs. Sara Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by have moved to their new home Chas. C. Davis; in Brodhead by Miss Dessie tho Brodhead Pharmacy ; and in near Brodhead. by Long visited Miss Leila Pope Livingston M R Li Webb; in Burr by W. .Owens. W. M Brown Saturday night. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mink AGENTS WANTED Mr. aud Mrs. John Sunday. Lady or Gentleman Agent H rris eutortained their frieiids with an egg hunt Sunday eve- Wanted in the city ot Mt. Verning. Had a large crowd and all non to sell tho genuine J. R. Misses Watkins Modicini's, Spices, Exreported a nice timo Mario visited Mr. and tracts, Toilet Preparations, etc. Vira and Mrs. II. H Mink Saturday. A wonderful All or spare timo. Shelbv Brown visited Ben Mink opportunity to get into business Sunday. Mrs. Jim Noo is on for yourself. Write today for the sick list M this writing Miss Mary Sowdor visited Leila free particulars and sam pie. J.R.Watkins Co. Pope Saturday night and SunMiss Ellziboth Owens (2 Memphis. Tunn. day. visitod Miss Hazel Long Sunday. Uul tp. of Cove mot at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. C- - Johnsou, WedThe nesday night March 23rd. meeting was enjoyable from first to last, with Club Leader and all SPRIO NEWS 11 at y Say-er- Why Deposit Tour Money Pn This Bank Because it is YOUIUiomo bank. Because its officers and directors aro all homo people aro all known to you, AND AUK YOUU Fill ENDS. Because your f rinds aro more vitally interested iu YOUU welfare than others can possibly be. Because tbe bank is conducted on safe und sound business principles, and takes no chaucea with other people's money. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Flo) a Mill, r, Cft.liier Children Ory U.G. BaVor, President Peoples Bank Capital $20,000.00 Surplus $1S 009. OO CAST.ORIA nHLiXii. MT. Mewl (it VERNON SIGNAL 1 & MOUNT VbKNOtV, published ovt-r- K. FKIIMY, Al ML tin 1921 tli" Ml Vrrimii, Ky, I'm'p'llo mull matter. 1'rldr.y by li II. MII.Milt K. J. McKlNNKV. .For Comity Couit Clerk. ANNOl'NCOKNT to iinnoii'ici1 We nit- - nulliorfocil eliljjtvt In the action f the Uupulllicltll Tarty at newt August Primary. llirriU'RUM t'eir Circuit JiuIki1. ii. c. ki:nnhdv. II. .1. KAttl.H l'HII.MI'S, l'or Omty Court Clerk. l'or W.A CROMKIl Count Court Clr-iI). (1. CI.AitK l'or SlicrilT l'orCiicult T. J, Juilge. HALF. WAIH; II I.IVKSAY l'or Jnllcr. JOHN C. HOWARD For J.iilir F.II.TI.HTOMTAYI.OH l'or J.illur JOHNNY CI.ONT7. l'or Jnllt-r For Circuit Court Clerli. V. T. (Hii.ro UAVIS, Circuit Com t Clerk. JKSSK M liKltUKl) Circuit (Joint IVrk. JOHN P. I'IC.C., Kfpiescnlnthu SW DiMrlct. CAM MUI.I.INS for County .linlgi'.' S. r. HOWMA.V, Cnuiitj JihIkc ISOM KI'.V H SAYLOK, l'or Jailer. VM. M. DURHAM f.i:i: WAitn Countv Judge For County T J. NK'ICI.HV VNmit Clirk. MRS. LKII.A MAY COOI'KR. County Comt CloiL. Mrs. JOHN' KHNNKR For ShetllT Mrs. KI.I.UN I'UICK l'or Surveyor I)I'.M.ARI) COTTON. .MiiKisti.il.' Ith Dlstr'ct V M.COTTON CONSTAIJF.F. ith DISTRICT V. MARI.OR JOHN For M.ijjlstiuto lHt District F F ROHHINS, For lni;itr.iti! fitli District. HARRIbON C. KIRUY l'or MiiKl-tru- tc '.'nil District. l'or Jailor By THE BOONE WAY WAN l'or V. B. SIGMOM M.inlstnitc 1st District Saturday 6 132027 introduced Uni'cd States Congress providing for the adoption ol ihe "American" or Liberty Calendar Jn tlu) A bill wis recently Plan. This uiijr uu plan makes Now Yoar iiumi.iyi iiui'.'i(-iiuun- Sunday 7142128 Exactly four .complete weeks in every month Leap Ytar Day, occuring once evory iour years, is also an in dtpeudent holiday (without date) It .is placed between June and . (without dating) luting m be'I he addud tween the months of December month is named nnd January, aiid.divid(;s.tlnjj:Q1limrlyJ-iLioJlnivsJiejcLaltfld maining ;it)l days into thirteen February, 'so that the months are months ol exactly lour weeks January, February, Liberty, March, etc. Under this exceedeffective s,mP,e "nd Under (his plan .ho calendar '" calondars would WILL SPEAK OVER STATE for every mouth in every year, l,,,in' MINTOL OFTEN PRE for all time to come would bo.00" be Ullkm)wn' The Swiss plan is not 'in it" VENTS PNEUMONIA like this: Destruction of North China's great 1 8 15 22 with the American or Liberty Monday Calendar plan. In fa;t the Am- - It, is eurprislnrrto read In the dally forests during the centuries thai have Tuesday 2 9 16 2, passed ; Oils' deforestation which now urican Plan provides the most odnesday 1724 jsini,jIe tl)e most convenient, and paters of treatments that our fore- leaes an area ot 500,000 square miles fathers and grandmothers used for Thursday 4 u 18 2.51 absolutely the best calendar coughs, colds, catarrh, and bronchial denuded ot trees, Is the direct cause Friday 16 26 which can possibly be devised. 12 affections. It Impresses the Writer of the worst famine In history. Tlito - Home sort of change in the calendar will surely he made. CHINESE FAMINE LAID Evidently wo Americans should TO DEFORESTATION stind by our own idea, uud we should all put in a Rood word for this American Lilcrty Calendar whunuver we have an opportunity. A commiteo with members from America, Switzerland, FratKU and other nations' ot tuiiopo, met in Paris 011 February 13, .SUM, to arrange a meeting in the near future, of deligates from the various nations of the world, to bo held in London or Paris, for the purposo of discussing and endorsing some system of timo reckoning in the way of different and simp lifted calendar from theawlcwnrlt clumsy afliur with which the world is burdened toiay. The Headquarters of the Liberty Calendar Association is at Minneapolis, Minnesota A Washington office is being opened under THE REV, WILLIAM STOUT. the charge of Henry K White, formor U S, Minister to France of China's pre.nt and later a member of tuo Peaca Is blamed b returning Council at Paris. for the world's It will bo seen from the above orat famine that now threatens to taoie mat every in nth begins wipe out 15,000,000 lives lo North Cenon .Monday. July 4th and Christ tral China. The Itev. Sir. Stout, of lAHilsYllle mas day will always bo on Thur. day. All Tuesday use the same and Georj;etown,Kr., who has returnfigures each mouth, thus: - 9, lli, ed home after live )rar'ln Ctilnu, will begin a week --'J Likewise each day ot the to tell tour of the Stuto uext in the conditions week use its four sets of figures fumlne of tlie horrible area. for all time to ome. Friday the The Hev. Mr. Stout is acthe la rais12th of January will be followed ing funds for the China Fumlne Fund, by Friday, the 12th of February, of whkh i llurge, Louhrvtlle, l and so on each month. Friday 13 trtusurer, and the Itov. Dr. K. Y. will never again occur a'fter the Kchalrmun. Through the China relief organizatioa adoption of the now calendar Famine Fund, Is suiplled with fundi. The hoodoo of 13 has been p.iss-e- d lu China up to Saturday and the remainder of the week will not be TELLS burdened therewith. It is to be the solo pr jierty of Saturday Unfortunately for those who were born on February 29th OF WORST FAMINE would be r .bbed of even a leap year birthday "and none at all in the future, as there would be no The Rer. William Stoot Bluie more aaths. Crana's "QIajbVopEe "t De rtrndien of Forests JUDGE'S GOT'EM Car of Cement Cars of Feed & Groceries TO PEED THE BABIES ON And when you don't come here and get your supplies "YOU ARE' LOSING MONEY" D1 JoM.-pl- Mul-lln.- s, KENTUCKY I have lived in your County twenty-tw- o years; my life has been on open book; I am the first man to have nerve enough to publicly denounce the use of whisky, mom, und jjuns to 'fluence the stockholders to put me on the board of directors, but I stand for law and order and expect to use barrels of flower to feed the babies on, instead of barrels of whisky to promote myself in ofllce. Now dear stockholders, why should the sisters and brothers vote to put them buck on the board wlien these same directors have mode it possible for this ccunty to jjo dry by uainjj up all the surplus whisky, for 100 miles around, haiding it in. shipping it in, for the last twenty years, in every campaign that has been launched, in this county, to destroy and make drunkurds out of your boys. Now grandmother and grandfather, you have been here a long, long time, and know you some things; is it right for this old board of directors to steal Rider's platform and then meet with you stockholders and clasp your hands, with tears in their eyes and tulk about the deplorable condition old Rockcastle County is geUing in? Who is to bejblamejj.for the condition of Rockcastle County, of"flie"boaraorafrector8 who"pl"ace the 'temptation before them? I heard n preacher say the other day that if the officers of this county, backed up with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, did not put down crime in your County, that every one of them, to a man. ought to be impeached and put out of office. I learned a few weeks ago, there were two nice, sweet, bright-minde- d boys, about fifteen years w. oM, ia )c mtii- - forty Stat tiriminrfi; bTcrrjrsiritiEyWbUld not teiTwhere they JTadTSught thewhisky to get drunk on, when the old heads can stay drunk a week in Mt. Vernon and not hnve to tPll nnv. thing or go to jail. Now, who is to blame, these boys or the man who set the example before them? " x T IMsewji&hweiilreJuULv IfMrnTTUfiTteci states, who was called to try a boy who had stolen from a bank he was worked in. $96,000. When the judge learned that the directors of this bank had been working this boy on small pay and handling $25,000. a day. he readily said, "Not Guilty", and sent the boy home, nnd placed the responsibility wholly on the board of directors for the loss of the money, for placing the temptation before him, Thus endeth the first lesson, " Your next County Judge, J. W. RIDER. " " J -- ,,,,"; s; f f W Ureeneal y6ur Ever gallon 300 Sq. Feet, eZZm Property smlr&jjB (V Hanna's Green Seal Pajnt contains (two coats), of paint protection and be'iuly. In some cases it's a good deal more than 300 ft , r.cjoi'iing to the airface to be painted. And if properly applied, Green Seal covers this surface without laps or brush marks showing. It supplies a imocih, evenly-sprea- d film which weather cannot hre.ik thnugh. Thus Green-Sea- l does the double duty of beautifying and arresting decay. It gives both good wear ..nd good looks. It's the time-trie- d brand. Formnia on every package. Sold By T. N. NOE Mt. Vernon, Ky. Strictly a Floor Paint Made to Walk On tOVthV EAIUH with the Fact that modern scientific had not advanced an iota, when, as a matter of fact, there have been wonderfull advancements in the tteatment of all diseases and condition that brine on dinease. Just tacause grandmother used mustard blisters for relieving colds and congested conditions is no sane reason why we should resort to the old anti- quated methods when there have been such wonderful improvements and new discoveries of remedies which are far more affective and less painful to use. SPECIAL NOTIC- E:- A druggist said the other day that a customer came Into his store and inquired for a mustard plister and he seggested to the customer to try MINTOL as a more modern treatment for congested conditions. The customer accepted the druggist's suggestion and in twenty-fou- r hours thesamg customer came into the drug-t.- .. tj.11 now long nave you lot .urn su;u. handled MINTOL?" The druggist replied that he had been handling It for some little time and the customer frankly stated that he would never use a mustard cream or plaster for colds, coughs, or any congested conditions agaiu. Theie are thousands of others who would say the same as this drug gist's customer did, If he would only try MINTOL. If your druggist cannot supply you we will mall you a jar on receipt of price, 35o, 60c and $1. 25 a jar. The Home Relief Laboratories, Boston, Mass. It is dispensed by The Pioneer Drug btote, Mt. Vernon, Ky 1 ... BOONE Mrs Lizzlo Blair had the misfortune to fall and break her arm last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wron of Cartersyilla spent the week end with the latters mother Mrs. Wm. Kirby. Mrs. Nannie Rich and little son Clyde are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Thomas of near Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirby entertained a few of their friends at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Reeclo's birthday. Mrs. Tom Moore and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Mircale of Conway. Mrs, Cal (Jbasteeu was shot and seriously injured last Friday by hor little live year old eon, attempting to hand his mother a revolver which discharged, the bullet go ing tnrough her hip. She was taken to the Gibson Hospital at Richmond. - Is the declaration ot missionaries returning fcom the famine area and voiied by thj Hev. William Stout, w ho has returned to his home In Georgetown, Ky.,"after five years In China. The Rev. Mr. Stout will start a speaking tour of Uie state next week In the Interest of the China Famine Fund of which Joseph Burge, 9 Hoard of Trade Hutldlng, Louisville, is chairman. Through the China Famine Fund, every relief organization In China Is supplied with funds; thee organiza tions, Includhig the Red Cross, the Armj, Christian missions, religious oigunlatlous und Aineilcan units. Deforestation Is Blamed. "This great which threatens to wipe out the lives of perxoiis within the next sixty days, he said, la due to drouths, the natural result of Uie denudation of forests which has gone on for centuries In North China. With few trees on the land to hold the moisture the nuiural is that ruiufall U small and uncertain, liven lu jeurs when the rainfall is .sufflrlent the Yel low River and s'Aw rlsurt. l:wlr-Bi- cr tlii'lr bunks, unprotected by trees, washing away the soil and deluging the crops. "It is a prevalent Idea that rice Is the main food of all the Chinese people. This is true In Sou Hi China where travelers get their impression and is strengthened by the fact that nearlv all the Chinese In America came from South Ctilou. In the fall, wheat is sown In North China and after being harvested In the early summer, millet and uorghuui are sown. Roots Always Eaten. All these crops ure harvested by Mug pulled up by the roots as these with the stalks and straw of the grain are the main dependence for fuel. lu the j ears when crops are short it does not mean only that )on little luxuries will have to be given up, but It means that there will be leas of the coarse millet meal bread. It means that when die potatoes are gone the vines will be eaten - it means that Instead of two or three meals a, day there will be only u AN INVITATION To Women of Mt. Vernon and Rock- castle county to inspect our stock of women's ' wearining apparel. We have just replenished our stock of Suits, Spring Coats, "Silk DVeslsvVaists and JSkirts, We uiakera specialty ofivhat women wear. We carry standard lines and just the things the city stores are showing at .much kss. prices. You will be delighted with a visit to our store. SEVERANCE' & SON. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HANS FORD ne. Floors always become worn quicker than any other surface in the home. A paint brush and a little . t Sherwin-William- "When cent, as it curve to have been normal. a crop failure Is fifty per often is, It means that muuy death. The last live irons ouiy about ten per cent f s - Inside Floor Paint make floors fresh, attractive and lurame. Id is made to withstand the consta hculTmg of heels and the hard wear to wlii floors are bubjectcd. Iiikide Floor Paint is eubily d and dries over night with a gloss. It is prupjicd in all ap-"- ancestors," "Practically all of North China Is Tillage after village, often onlj separated by avfew yards of ground. In parts of North China the population Is twenty times denser than lu Jefferson County. The Chinaman ma) live unu carry on a business In a port remote from his ancestral village, but he eipets to go there and spend his last da) s uud be burled by the aide of fete will always AGENTS WANTED GET BUSY. KEKP BUSY Is your job jinsufo ? Is it per. manent r You. want. a ,Jife long business. You' can, get into such business selling: more than I37 WutUins Products direct to farm ors if you own auto or team or can get onejlf you ore under 50 and can give boo'l.with persowtl sureties. Wo bacK you wi th big selling helps. 62 years in bust, ness. 20,000.000 users of our products. Write for information whoroyou can got territory. . . Jjr colors. I S. T. PROCTOR Mt. Voiiion, 11 --', I JBl K?jfl Lucky Tiger TMtlU)M " it iPoritlvelr endfeatM 11 MP TT M JM wtaMS satM-Ma- faOtar fe- b- Ky, " uoYiiac, wmMMnmNtHi iiaii.h. I READ the SIGNALlrg"' ' Tuesday enroutoto attend the ground near Walnut Grove, church J juuurui ui ner orotlior Jamei Guy Dyer, Dewey Graves, Reunor.-- A Poynter boy, aon of Estell McKinuey, and Dennis, Shell Poynter shot and severely L Bullook made wottbclou- Dewey and their usual trip to Hopewell week. The ball struck Evans in Sunday. There was serv ces at front of the ear, ranged down Mt Pisgah church Sunday con and lodged in his neck. He w.ll recover Mr. and Mrs, &wannio ducted by Rev. Wm Henner. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McKinney Bullo k were the Kueats of his and children were the guesta of P"01,8' Mr' andl Mrs. Q. A. Mr. and Mrs. Leander McklnnoylBullock Sunday. Sunday. Irvine Bullock was hi Mt Vernon on business Tuesday Mrs. Leroy Doan and three Misses Elta McKinney and Iva littlo children were the guests of Kincer were the guests of Miss Mrs. Doan's mother Mrs. J V. Dora McKinney Saturday njgbt Bullock for the week ond. -Claude and Roscoe Chaney were MasiorC S. McKinney spent Stomach'Kidneys-Heart-Llve- z up from Bloss Sunday for church last week with his sister Mrs. Keep the yital organs healthy by regularly taking the world'u standMisses Gracie Bullock and Hugh Robins, near Hopewell. Motile Price were the guest of Mrs. T. 0. Graves attended the ard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles Misses Mabel and Hazel Graves burial of her brother. Jakio Ron-ne- r Died, she 26th, Jaltie Sunday. GOLD MEDAL near Bloss Tuesday. -- There Reiiuer, ol the Bloss section. Ho was prayer services at Blue leaves a wife and eight children Springs Sundy, rrsisscs.vl 1 Ji)l. Mrs F. P. Pgf 3HMCTM loss. The remains were uuuuuk passea mourn his tnrouKii uere Tht . it'- Natioml for laid to rest in the family burying I WATCH THE BIG 4 Uk '" ..ri "' '" ""ir.'liir "" u" v " uruKB'. uirua .ndo'by "q7 Wlhwu aires. J. Roosevelt-Evaiu.-lir- sTl " rwiiFUfc v7WXVF&WTK .1 M "Prior to using Charaborlaln's Tablets, I suffered dreadfully 1, 1921 from indigestion. Nothing I ate agreed with mo and 1 lost flesh and ran down In health. ChamberO'Bryan Overalls for father lain's Tablets strengthened my and the boys at Fish's. digestion and, cured mo of conkouiivuu 4 NatHviiitR.lt. Co. stipation," writes Mrs. George The Silver Cups won by our own Everett Reynolds, Ken. Stroup. Solvay, N.Y. TIMB TABLE. tacky's Champion Corn.Grower, FqR KALE: A set of double 22 north 609 p m are on display in Fish's window. buggy or surrev harness and L nortu 8:17 a m Cogsie ?.a south Bullock , Egbert P. pole. A no.l, outfit for the money 12:17 Pm Norton, Misses Nellie Norton and John A Ball, Harness merchant, U South 12:22 a m 2i-Myrtle Norton, Miss Kissie Stanfoid, Ky. Jas. Landkom, Agent. Harold Jones and Joel M. tor Republicans, Democrats Phone No. 8. Jones and a Miss Cummins and all, V. C. Fertilizer is the tepresent this County at Eastern best of all. Sixtoen per cent acid State Normal at Richmond at phosphato, cash at car, $20 per this time. ton. Some complete fertilizer to Hugh McBce was up from WANTED: locust posts, see fifyour soil and fit your crops. or write Walter Henderson. The car will land here about Brodhoad Sunday. April first. Mt. Vernon Ky. t Mrs. j. m. Adams was np Why not V. C. now ? from Rrodhcad Tuesday Joo Vanhook, the hustlinz tt Jack Hysinger. salosraanof Arnold, Hamilton & Miss Ruby Cooper wus in Luxon, Is making quite a success Saturday. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I Sidney flollard was up from and is always on the job when it will, on Wednesday, the Oth day comes to groceries and otc. Livingston this week. of April, 1921, between the hours F. L. Thompson Jr. was at 'lno Modern Woodmen of .home from Corbin Sunday. Brodbead and MtVernon Camps of one and two o'clocic p. m., in ill meet together at Mt Vernou front of the First State Bank, of Mr. and Mrs. Charloy Chandler Livingston, Kentucky, expose at were down from London Sunday. next Wednesday astetnoon at 2 public sale to the highest and P. L. Thompson Sr. wa3j in o'clock. There will be a class for best bidder tho following desLouisvillu this week on busi- intiation and all Neighbors are cribed property: invited to attend. ness. Eleven shares of stock in the WOOLEY-B- oy and Best-EvC. C. Bate- ha boon in Wayne First State Bank of Livingston, County visiting home folks for Suit for Boys at Fish's. par value $100.00 each. tho past week. One "third Liberty Loan International Glee Club Tues- D. Nathaniel Welch and Sam day evening at Graded School. A Bond", par value $500.00. Ten Shares of stock in Parra Lucas were over from fJerca program that will please. Every ono likes a good male quartet. keet Mineral Water & Grocery this week. j Kraniciin uaugn was over Program will consist of Vocal, Co., par value $100.oo. JlEr.SJ&entaJjvaJings. Don't Sales will.bomadii.Qja acxadui Mondsuy-caUl- og lriIDl Lexing-toof three months. Purchasers on ono of our fair young ladles. miss it. will be rtquired to give bond with County Agt. Sponce is with We want to recommend to our good security for the purchase the farmers in the county this city council that they put some puce with 6 per cent interest week, oil on the streets of our town at from date. This March 26, 1921. Mrs. Ceo G Brock and children once. The dust is almost as bad C. O. William-- , of London were hero yesterday as at any time last Summer. The Admr. of T.C.Welch, Dec'd. with Mr. and Mrs, W.H. Fish. price of oil is down reasonable 23-Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Stewart and it seems we should have it WANTED: A good second are visitfng rolativos in Harlan on in the next few weeks. What hand pony Saw Mill. Right baud do yon say? this week. preferred. Write or Phone, Master J. Preston Young camo Last Sunday some of tho Arch Hayes in Saturday from Lexington to had tire trouble caused . . Brodhead. Ky. by picking up tacks. We can visit Austin Durham. FOR SALE OR TRADE: only say that who ever put these Mrs. Walter Mullius is visiting Good as new Enconomy King Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mullins tacks in the road had very little Cream Separator. Also two five to do. The officersbave a pretty , this week. who they were and gallon Cream Cans. Write or Miss Tevis Bethurum is home they are being watched very call, from Lexington for her Easter closely. Arch Hayed vacation. Brodhead, Ky. 23- -lt The revival going on at the Arthur Uoopei who is attend.NOTICE ing school iu Lexington is at Baptist Church is p roving a AH persons having claims success from every stand poi nt. homo this week. The preaching is fine, the sing- against the estate of T. C. Welch Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Burnett deceased, of Livingston.Kentucky are visiting in Boston Kentucky ing good. Services aro well at- will please present them to me tended. this week. ..It.Vkknon, Ky, Apr. SIG NAL' T.VJJRNON pcd oveT in Mt. Vernon to visit Miss Hannah Sprowlos i)f Langdou School. INDIGE3NION AND CONSTI-PATIO- I PT mmiiBi ui.nU! CMS LOCALS SEHON BREAKING GROUND FOR V KENTUCKY CHILDREN'S HOME 1 I 3t UBtsBBBBHlBKMBlBBBBHillOB,i HbbIbbbbHbbbbBbbbbHIbbHbHIbI bBbbHbHbbbHbbSiIBIgV I y, HKbbbHHbbVbHwH' MBBBBKf'BiBBBBLBBBP'&l' PERSONALS aHB ihbiijmI,! MbbbbHBJbbK bHbHKb. SEHI LKLA : Jenf, KfJxy&f" " AfBcwsKsra i bbHbBSIbIbHbIbBbbbHbbbbbHII wMsBSBBBBi!CBKBiiBByBmiP t&bj fcfAffi 'KKKIEHBBB3Q1M 23-i- 21-- Lpx-iiiRt- w;CayjKlSBBwBKSsBLAfeyjffi ui IBi.BBBSPMffffili 1' Hart SchafFner HHPlHHHHHMMMMHMMBMBJMBMMBBBBBfl - er Marx suits for & ngJJli ground was broken Tues day, March 1, for the $300,000 home of the Kentucky Chil dren's Home Society at Lyndon, Ky, by George L. Sehon, head of the society, the spade marked the future monument to Kentucky childhood erected by Kentucky children, Mr5jrtonlasL.JWJ&-JBiwJuura- w Left to right: George L. Sehon, Superintendent, breaking the ground on the tlto of the Children' New Home, to be built by the Kentucky Children's Home Society at Lyndon; W. W. Davles and Lee L. Mllet, member of the Building Committee, and Hugh L. Nevln, Architect. tucky there is at least one child who got its start at the Kentucky Children's Home Society," sakl Mr. Sehon. "In every community there Is some beloved diameter, man or woman, some successful man or fond parent who once was a ward of the Kentucky Children's Homo Society and who now would be In tho evil surroundings of hand of the society, Mr. Sehon intends to raise the fund for the cottage plan Institution at Lyndon, through the schools of the statu. He wants the nickels and dimes of the children to build the monument to childhood Instead of obtaining th! money in a lump sum from some philanthropist. He believes that through this method of raising the money, cadi childish heart will be filled with the thought of the good done with that nickel or dime; of the soul that has been saved or waif redalmed. Approximately $150,000 toward the $300,000 has been raised toward the society's fund. The ninety acre tract of land which will be the future home of the institution has been purchased, leaving about $100,000 cash on hand to be at the disposal of the society for building purposes. It is estimated that this cum wilt bo' needed in the erection of the administration building and two double cottages which will house about 75 children each. These buildings will bo, wmpletcil-ahniU-Ontoliflt n $39. This is not a sale it's just a demonstration of the value giving power of 1 auto-mobilis- ts this store. costs 23-lt- Wholesale that work would start on the group of buildings, March 1, regardless of leather conditions and the promise to Kentucky's childhood was kept. The ceremonies were marked by a solemnity befitting the great work ot the only Institution of Its kind In the country an Institution whose mission Is to redeem from the clutches of evil those children who have not been born with Uie advantages that go far toward meaning success in the business world. "You can't make a silk purse out of sow' ear, Sehon," one of the sceptics toli Mr. Sehon twenty years ago , when h work was In Its Infancy. la maf schools In Ken L As accommodations then will be avallablo at tho new homo for only, about 150 children, whereas about 1C0 children now ore nt Uic home on Box--, ter avenue, It may be necessary to erect some temporary buildings. Mr. Sehon snys he feels assured that the remaining $150,000 needed to complete tho cottage village will be raised during Uic'campalRii this summer. Ultimately the Institution at its new location next to the Kentucky Military Institute will consist of the administration building, eight of the cottago buildings, a school, a hospital, a chapel and power plant, the latter to provlda heat and light and lso to manufacture,C- J - J LL- - I... ,.. are considerably lower retail prices are down in even good-ide- a Our greater proportion FISH'S SPECIALS $18.75 $25. $28.75 Ted Schrock and Mack Martin were up from Livingston Sunday. W. A. Carson of Brodhead is in Mt. Vernon this week doing some painting. Mrs. Elmer Hopkins of Corbin is visiting her parents Mr. and . Mr-J. C. Taylor this week. Albert Franklin, Bernard Coopor and W. F. Cody were in Lexington last Saturday. John R. Ballingor, a good citizen of tho Jolmettasection, was hero Wednesday o.ir oute to Brodhead. Everett T. Mullins was in Stanford yesterday and left . this morning for Chicago to enter school. Rev. Geo. Childress and others wore over from Brodhead during tho weok attending the rivival at Men, it is time to change your underwear. See Fish about that new Summer Union Suit. NOTICE To any one holding1 claims against the estate of Joseph L. Taylor deceased will prisons same properly proven, and receive payment. A.M. ffiatt, Adm. 2J-- for paymentproperly verified. C. O. 23-- lt. Williams, Administrator. TBS BTOBE 3HAT 8KX.LS XOB CASK 3t tho Baptist Church. expects to Sunday morning leave hore for Fort Wayne, Indiana on business. M. P. Fenzel left last Friday to take up his work as operator at Rowland. We regret very mnch t 0 lose Mr. and Mas. Finzel. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams who have been in Pennsylvania for some time came in yostarday for avisit with home folks. Mrs. Clara Lucy who has been visiting in FJorlda, stopped over for a visit with. Mrs. E. B. Cox on her return home to East Bern- stadt, Mr. and Mrs, M. L Hamlin Miss Ida Hamlin wece In Louis-villshopping first of the week. Hugh McBee was up from Brodhead Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin, Mr and Mrs. John Helton of Pine Hill were in Mt. Vernon Sun-da- y to attend church and spent the day with R. L. Langford and family. Dr. Charles Reed ZahnUer, ex. eoutlve secretary of Council of tho Churches of Christ, of Pitts. burg, while on hit vacation stop V M. Bullock Mt. Vernon folks were very much surprised Sunday morning at the announcement of the marriage of Miss Clyde "Watson and Dr. J. D. Henderson, which took place Saturday night at the homeof Rev. H.N. Burnette. Although Mrs. Henderson's home was Brodhead we claim her by adoption, as she. has taught for two or three years in our graded school, she numbered her friends by her acquaintances. Dr. Henderson is ono of our boys who lately finished a course in Dentistry and has established a very lucrative practice in Mt. Vernon The Signal joins their many friends in every good wish and may their married life bo one of happiness. Josso M. Debord. The candi date for the Republican Nomination for Circuit Court Clerk. I am in this raca Why? Be cause of having had the satisfaction of aiding and promoting; the interest of my party, fthe Rep ublican Iparty every since f knew any and because I b'elioVo the majority of the Republicans in Rockcastle County wanW and will elect efficient, moral men fo-r Southern Optical Company Eyegla Kryptoks, Artificial Eyes, lavuiMe Bifocal Lena Spectacle, FOURTH md CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky. OF THANKS tho good people of Mt. Vernon for their kindness and assistance shown us during Mr. Griffins sickness and death. Mary S Griffin and friends. CARD I want to thank his mother, Mrs. Helen Griffin of this place. Na tho Bradford has been very sick for the past week. Mrs. W. N. thompson was called to see her mother in Belle county, who is not expected to live long Uucle Mort Owens one of onr oldest men in the county was stricken with paraly sis Sun-- ay and is not expected to live but a short time. Miss Lena and Ruby Soward visited Miss Margaret and Grace Thompson Sunday. Mitchel Owens and sons, Chester and Rnbert, have returned from a two weeks visit to the eonth. He reports a nico time. Mr. nnd Mis. Wm. Houk spent the day Sunday with Mr. John Winkler. Mis. Clarice Chandler visited few days with Mr. John Scoggins at Ottawa last week. ! Casper Aayso Monday night. THE ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Mrs. R. K. Hatntn who has been You must keep well if you very sick is some better at this j wislj to bo happy. When consti- Writing. Casper HaVSe spent I nnrnrl tut nn or Iwn nf Miss Saturday night with Mode Hamtn Chuinbolnin's Tablets immediateMinnie Moore Saturday. Guy Humtn, Cecil Denny, ly after suppor. -- They causa a Fannie and Vergie Riddle were visiting Miss Flora Moore Fri- Luther Weaver, Willie Mink and gentlo movement of the bowels. day night. Mrs. Sallie Clerk Albert Albright attended tho egg was visiting her sister Mrs. Hunt at Bud Stringers Sunday People for Whom llic Best Miss Kulala Lewis is at home Laura Dooley Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Boreng were this week. Miss Wret Wright Is None Too Good visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion is at tho home of R. K. Hamtn conAre aluay tliemoiW'ntliu.ihiitlc Tread way from Thursday until cerning (lie excellence ot' our George this week. Garland Laswell who Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dry Cleaning nnd Parrett were visiting their lias been confined to his room Dyeing bjother Sam Parrett at Mt. with pneumonia fever for quite We have one or the most otllclent Vernon Saturday and Sunday. a whilo is able to be out again. Remodeling Departments Miss Vula Proctor was tho Miss Nell S. and Pearl Purcell In the country. Furs transformed Into guest of Miss Bessie Sharp Sun-dx- wore at the egg hint at Quail; Men'e and the mode very quickly. women' garments altered lu uny way desired. Miss Ethel McNew was Sunday. Earl Bullock was in We dye rur skins and remodel tasm lu any way. the guest of her cousin, Glenna this section Sunday calling. Mr. Wc tailor make men's or ladles' Johnson Wednesday uight. and Mrs. Edgar Tyreo were tho Latest styles. suits, $50.00 np. There will be singing at this guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kos:oe We pay $2. 50 railroad fare on e every place every Saturday night and Williams Easter. There is to bo suit ordered from us. Sunday night. Mit Proctor was chnrch at Union Rldgo Sunday end goods paicel pout. We havo uo agents. visiting his cousin David Sharp and Sunday night. Every body Monday night. Tho Cove base- is invited to come and bring THE TEASDALE CO. a fine somo body with ball team is making WALNUT BTBCET them. Come! CINCINNATI. OHIO success. Come! y. Mrs. Robert X,egar and little daughter were visiting their parents Saturday night.Mrs. Toy Drove was the guost of Mrs. cusiom-mad- 026-03- 7 I OTTAWA Mrs Eugene Denny spent Al- Saturday with Mrs. Steve MARETBURG COVE NEWS Mr and Mrs . John Gi idor were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Bullock Sunday. Mrs. OUie Bryant and Mrs. Toy Drove were the guest of Mrs. Maud Bullock Sunsay. Hobert Bryant was visiting his cousins Russell and Esmer Bullock Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Moore were the guosts of Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp Sunday. Miss Hattio Proctor and little sister Margaret were the guests of Mrs. Robert Leear Friday night. John McNow and family were tho guests of Mr. an n Mrs. Willis Johnson, Sunday. Mr aud 1bVbLbL-BMebMontr beck without qatetloa ir HUNrS ! fall la the treatment ( ITCH. ECZEMA. RINOWOKM.TBTTKK or othsr Itchlof tkla dli-at- o. o Albert Owens and wife of Corbin are visiting his father, Bert Owens, this week. Mr. and Mrs Edgar Griffin oi Jellico Tennessee, have been with his mother Mrs, Helen GriffinMrs. John Houk visited her mother Mrs. Mary Shaior last Sunday. Mrs Lee Middleton visited a few days inPongo a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Trad Bradley and Mr. 28 and Mrs Will Sams visited the this office. family of Jack Parsons last Sat NOTICE: Just received a car urday night' and Sunday, Mr. load of Daybreak, Fertilizer; 'high and Mrs Egbert Griffin, have grade, price right. Yob will find home'ln St.' Louts vurned me near depot. a two' month's visit with W.H.Brown, Mt. Vernon, Kyf liter it 2I-- 2t bright. Mr. and Mis. wero visiting the family of A. S. Mink last Married, Miss Eilie week. Brown, daughter of Robert Brown, and Mr. Jack Cash of Brodhead. Congratulations are extended by their many friends. Tony Laswoll was up from Brodecad Saturday and Sunday. Mr' and Mrs. James Albright of Bee Lick spent Easter with his mother, Mrs. Mary Albrit'ht. Earle Cash spont Salutuj night and Sunday with Anibros Albright Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson and daughter' Mrs. Cynthia Bailoy of Lexington visited the family of J. Johnson last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Laswoll wero In Brodbead Sunday.- J . T. Albright was in M t. Vernon Friday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Simpson are rejoicing ovet the arrival ot a line glrl.Prod Gentry was In p, Las. well has returned home 'after a two woe'iTS visit wljh relatives In Edgar Lqswell of Brodhead. Brodhead 6pent Saturday night Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Make Rosy Cheeks and Beautiful Forms. Men need Phosphates to Make Strong, Healthy Vigorous Bodies. Athletes increase their strength, energy and endurance 200 per cent, or moro by simply taking a fow weoks treatment of Argo Phosphato When the phosphates f?o from the blood, the pink cheeks k to. The tuusclfts lack tone. They becoum nervous, Irritable, despondent, melancholy, tho brain f.is, and the memory falls, Thercforo If yon wish to preserve your youthful vim, viifor and vitality, to a ripe old Uc, you must supply the deficiency of Phosphates lacking in your food by using Argo-- i Phosphate, the form of Phosphates most easily assimilated, NOTICK: Argo Phosphato whick is rcccommcndcduml prescribed by vians in ull anemic cases, Is not a secret Or patent medleltu , hut ono that is sold and recommended by well known physi-tanco- I I old Hansford HTOREHOUBE lor rent: the stand. Best in the County, cm furnish dwelling house if desired. See, write or call, , W.M.Bullock 2i tf. MtVernon, Ky. CASTOR Sigoaluioof I A BBBU. For Infants and Children y ForOvr30 Yars lullsbears .Always the .ta.l Trr Ti cist box t our lick. && sbyd Pioneer Drug Store Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Y. Av Jacofoson says that I'liosphatoH aro just as csaeutlal to any man or woman who tires easily l nervous or irritable, worn out. or looks haggard and palu to make a btrong, healthy, vlgoious healthy body as tlioy arc to cotton to make it grow. Tho I act of Phosphate is tho cause ot all auew;c conditions and the admluls. Argo- - Phosphate tniinri of a tablets will Increase tho strength and nervous, care endurance of weak, worn men and women, 300 per cent, in in two or tlnee weeks time In many Ins- and thMr continued use will build up the whole nervous system, and gie new life, vim, vigor, and vitality to tbu whole body. I always prescribe Argo- - Phosphate to patients who aro palo and colorless, and it is surprising to sco how quickly a few weeks treat meat will 'transform a Pale face to a Brod-hea- d There can be rosV cheeked beauty Saturdayv--M,is8fpnino rosy clux'ke'e, healthy, beautiful women, wltliout (heir system is sun!- clently supplied with Phosphate. In recent interviews with physclans on the grate hnd serious1 consequences of With Willie Mink, M.c and Mrs. a deficiency of Phosphates in the blood have Albert Cash visited her parents, of American men ant women. I slum- emphasized the fact I liat doctors Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown fd prescribe more Pliosphatus iu the Saturbay and Sunday. - Albort form of Argo- - PboPhate for weak;, Albright spent Monday night out, haggard looking men and with tho family of Mode Ham in. women. When Hie r kin Is 1"I0 and flesh is tlabby, It Is a sign of anemia, ylVJfcy druggists uverynhrre, unci Physicians are dally proscribing the constituents contained lu It itumg entirely uullke many other Phosphates, It is easily assimilated and will be found elTcctlvo lu the treatment of Indigestion aud stomach troublos, as well as for care' worn, nervous conditions. The man-ufaeturosof will for- felt to any cluriublo Iiiktlutlou $200.00. If tlioy cannot treat any man 'or woman under Go who lacks Phosphates, and luctoaso their strength uud endurance irom luu per cunt, to 3UU per eeut. or mote lu one mouths tiuw, if thoy are freo from organic trouble, it Isdes-wor- n peiiied by The Pioneer Drue Store, 1 Mi. Veruon, Kentucky, Uuiiuui ui wiiv na uwu V o ROCKFORD rT2ii--i " 1 rrTrJir JWJ . pis&hp i11! SlIctConlcntsKThndBrai " Mrs iluopert sympathy. ClHisieen wus accidentally shot through the hit) bono by Genuine her littlu four year old son with u thirty-tw- o steel ball Friday. FEbuoL-arcnora- t. Slio wad taken to Gibson intlriu-arSunday where she will receive X( ilndihcStexufa!!!lS2L treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Phillips and Mrs. W.H Stephens, K&3SS5 spent Saturday nifiht and Sim-da- y with Mr. and Mrs O. M, of nclthcrOr!um.Wlncn Pjyuo. A. T. AUnoy and little Mineral, wot t Ktnuddnughtcr, Iiurnain, Visited Ai$ hit! daughter Mrs T. C Hull VfrrJ Miss and children Sunday. '.:35 Dunn Gatliff and brother Wei burn and Kvorott Todd attended church ut Clear Crook Sunday sStJ? j George Gatliff who has beon on AhdnflllRcmLa the sick list for some time i able .U 2s, Mr. and Mrs. to be out again. K. T. Abuey woio among the . guests at Mr. (X m. iayiies'Sun" ftcSimlcSi01 .pi.1 o day. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil tfUti and Mr. and Mis. Ray i'tSi lio Visited at the homo of W. H Linvillo's Sunday. Bob Bowman ' and family visited Mr. J. T. iife, Stephens family Sunday.--Miv, Hilda Payno was the guest of CITV. Ruby Stephens Saturday nigbt TMC CINTMJB COUPkMt. HtW EiactCopjr of WranPer- Lcc McGuire of and Sunday. YSM1 Paint Lick visited relatives at 'iiincnil ilnwn (nr an Inner at this Disputants last week. pl"co is said to bo going jostiirt ijTi. """ijiicir anil 'etfery o'nQ' 'Tbii nJTii Mm mi i m Uncle WiKon Bnkcr, mi aged 8epras l0 trying to do their citizen hits been very siok for the mn hv sendinjr in their letters rfl flu flllll AolulilA Castoria For Infants and Children. New prcmliid at Matious SialTuld Cuno Sunday. - Uncle Willis Shear iu old Civil war 1'iiduv aid was vol run dit'd buried Saturday near his homo. V xU-nto tlm buri'iiveil one mil- - Mothers Know That Always Bears the Signature (Jul EJGrGrS y nl F or Hatchin SCXaKfllHiaaflIflKal DO YOU WANT aal : 'tis' -- ;lf P vjr AY . K; in HS. for Over Thirty Years Lin-villLin-vill- e Pure Bred R. I. Red Eggs For Hatching? IF SO CALL ON THE ss TOA EM' WITHERS NEWS ii I'iii" PEOPLES BANK, Mf.Vernon CITTZENS BANK, Brodhead, and FIRST STATE BANK, Livin?5fon 7 E, the above Banks, believe in helping our TLTeTiasTe co-operati- I Ben Mullms will wove ' Sily We would write every week, present family to Livingston tni4it W(,i,i ,e n much bettor paper his week -- James Burnett has boon for us nn,M, and Mrs. Thomas Mest of his sisior Mrs. J n Richmond were the guest ofher Miss brother Lin ille Alleu Friday Allen lor several days. with her sister night. Ada Mullins is Mrs. Tom Baker this week. CURED OF Thos. Daugherty spent the day A FARMER with J. U Mullms, Sunday. Mr. RHEUMATISM. and Mrs Kstill Mulling were tho "A man living on a farm near guest of h's parents Mr. and Mrs here came in a short timo ago J. II. Mullms Saturday and Sun completely doubled up with 1 handed tilm a day. There has been somerheumatism done in this part, but ill-- ' bottle of Chamberlain's Liniway it looks today (Monday) ment and told him to use it free, seems Ilk? winter again. A Mr ly," s.ivs C P Raydor, lJutten Mills Saylor of Bere.i was in this part N.Y. "A few d.iys la'er he walkMiss ed into tl'c store as straight as a buying hogs last weeit. Sarah Ken diick is able to be out stritj,' and handed me a dollar again after a severe spoil of si k- - siying. give me another bottle ol ness Mrs. Louisa Allen was the, Chamberlain's. Liniment; I want guest of her son John Allui Sun- - it i" the huuse all the lime for it dav. Theauarrv that has been 'cured me." giiTd-etiin- 1 IbrEveruthintf fntheHomclhat needs reflnisMng you'll find Pee Gee will give you splendid results you can do the work yourself and at small expense. t Re-nu-lac efforts to get more and better Poultry We are with our County Agent in working putting more and better poultry in Rockcastle Co vely g &&m It brightens woodwork Begging on the first Saturday in March and continuing through April we will have at our banks Pure Bred R. I. Red Eggs ior hatching at a cost of $1.00 per setting (15 egg setting). You can either pay cash or get them on time to be paid for next November 1, without interest. Send in your orders now. Let us know if you want us to help you. Let every old hen set and raise a family. Come in and let's talk the matter over. 0 j , - I USSZZIZ QUAIL 3 HVery Mr. and rs. Edd Thompson have moved K .their nowJiojueJ which tliev rented from H. U. Brow ii. Mrs. Anna Mullins and daughter Verlia spent Tutsduy Miss with Mrs. L. B Blown. May me Ad. tins was with home EW folks trom FrTfluy" until Monday" . .AUcUhciJillLDLniy. Mr. nm Mr Knssel Alb right &baby I had a i spent Saturday nmht und Suuwrites Mrs. Alaltic Cross- j day with Joe Majors. Arnold while, of Glade Spring, r Hmtt mid Inidr Divono urn hniiin Va. "I was very ill; 11 fr fr illl Flpi'iDt . ..... mill Mrs U..M rw.fcl.. ' thought I was going to Epfiorson and Klsio Ilerrit. die. I was so weak I iJWJa-jmv- t. SiaUU'diK-jjijil. "ii,,. lllv - .... h,w- j ii ,,.inJ Son. . -- Was y fc; .V beautifully, rcflniabes furniture, wickerware, picture frames, lighting fixtures. It freshens and renews every surface it y touches try it You'll bs deUghtc d with it. to-ds- Gold and Slhrer. Penlee-Gaulbe- come Ph Cc lxtt from Me up. In U h.W in ta Colon. White, Ntuil Wood and Enamel Co., Inc. LouUvlllc. Ky. m Ask For Color Card - back-set- ," J.S BOWMAN FLOYD MILLER, Mt. Vernon Cashiers A.M. HIATT, Brodhead C. C. BROWN, Livingston - Ml. Vernon, Ky. -- Vi-riii- Elk City, Oklahoma Maxell, ..Trt, iqzi. Well I havo been reacting the Signal and someone from Hansford wanted to hear from sotnc one th'at was raised n old Kentucky. I was for ono, and I thought I would write a few lines. I was borned May 30 1858 down on the somerset road four miles-AsSam Lewis if ho ever knew Bird Bloomer. Sam und I wout to school together at the Tyreo school house on the branch. My first wi fe was N. L. southard sister to Milt Southard, my sec ond wife was Sampntha Watson, second cousin of Miss Clydo Wat son. Me and both my wives were . - -- - get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any belter. I was constipated and very weak, gelling worse and worse. IscntforCarduI." ! Ifs easy to pain L wiTri r t km fr h nsKa. ywiaU1USKJBBaa?T' rz-v r aurajoa -- son.--Mi- ss Dovie liamralmdan 'gg hunt Sunday, sevoral were liroseut and all reported a nice lime. Messrs. Willie Mink.Tony Laswtll and Albeit Albriirht '1 ilFl "1 found TAKE ra$ TheWomans Tonic atlcr one bottle of Cardul I was improving," adds Mrs. Crosswiilte. "Six bottles of Cardul and I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-sen- d to ... me. I believe 1 would fcVSS navc dIcJi had U not been for Cardul." Cardul has been found beneficial In many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a good, slrenglhcn- . 'ng Jonlc, why not try ' !rdul? It may bo Just fi:?i fc . at you need. , k m were h're from Ottawa, Sunday, Mrs. S. C. Owens is better at this writing Mr ana Mrs. VicIS tor Todd havo moved to their home which they iwited from Opio Herrin. r- - Misos Dovio Hani in and livn Laws were the guests of L'llio and JJthel Huinm Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs Bennett Brown spent fauuday with Willio Shutts. Mrs, Mary Cummins of Wilhlla had a birth raised in Kentucky, Rockcastle' day dinner lust Sunday. She was County, und I love the name yet seventy two years old. Several 1 have been away forty years last were tiiore, and seventy.two ate September 16th and just beou Mr, and Mrs L. B. .dinner back once. If I live till May 30th. Brown spent Sunday with Joe I will bo 63 years old and If I siro Brown, livo until fall I intend to see old ii CrownUveralls 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 next pair at nr 1i ATHE WORLD S WORKS COME in and we will show you why.' service, PURE PAINT Wk I'lifj The first stroke of the brush proves the superior covering (hiding) quality of Kurfees Paint. WANTKD: Men or women to take ordors nmooi' friends and neighbors for tho'gonuiuo guaranteed hosiory, full lino for men, women and children. Eliminates daining. Wo pay 75c an hour for spare Umo, or ?36.00a week for full timo. Exporlonco Junnoces. sury. Write Slutoruaiional Stock, nig Mills, Norristown, Pu. lr t. 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