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Mount Vernon signal: April 15, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921041501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 15, 1921 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m . niiii i.mp FKfVyfflF i AtlY -" i v i mk Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booncway " MMl No. 25 1920. mtnl iter Henry Turner Dr. McWllllams 2.77 30,855.00 -- FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Established 1887 to a 4 . . Sipal l W Centrally Located between 1 Cincinnati. Knoxville and Louisville Price $J.50 200.00 130.75 2719.01 1252.06 34th Year Financial Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucly ; 2500 21,423.41 8.00 3.00 $0,432.25 ilef icit 1018 C.70 Friday Afternoon, Bridco W. D. Mulllns F. Ketron fund 1919. April A. E. 1 5, 192 J "advanc? 20.00 BRODHEAD Mr. P. K Slilvll. ago 67, died Thursday nt his homo, lioro morning of last wook, iiftor an illness of only two hours. Mr. Shivol was n member of the Christian Church, in good standing, was 0110 of 'ur most highly respected citizens no will bo greatly missed' Ho is survived by his second wito, to whom he was married only one year and twtrunmth, Tnnd six children, Ezra, of Whitawood, Kentucky, Iliutt. Mrs. Alfred John, of Owens, Richard, Frru and Miss Bessi" of Hrodhe.nl. Short funer. al services woro conducted 11 1 tho home by Kev. L. N. Bowling and was laid to rest in tho Piney 1 m-a- Statement of Rockcastle County For Tho Year 1918, 1919 Albright -- As there seems to le so much confu-Hlo- n concerning tlioflnaUclalcondltlonof this county. I have decided to copy the records for the three years. So that every tax payer can Investigate for himself without having to wine to the Court House. Now I nm an officer under oath and bond responsible for the correctness of the following statements, have tho Oram! Jury to make an Investigation nnd Indict me If I make false statements. Compare the following with tho little Itlne Hook being distributed. 1 ask a spuare deal. General Funds 1918. L00 Charlie Jones Ilryant Ilros. Bryant Bros Bill Kclley W. M. Hayes W. T. French T. C. Omarn J. A. Hopkins 0.00 W. H. Llvesay 4.00 C. C. Cox 81.00 M. 25J8 Geo. Griffin, o. W. Burton 4.50 10.00 .. w. C. Dowell Q. Payno . 7500 General Fund 3.00 W. A. Jones 5.50 E. S. Albright Water Craft Co. S. T. Proctor J. U. McNew J. Miller a. 80.00 M. J. Miller 28.75 O. F. Brodbnry . 0.01 00.00 C2.77 aa Cox Co. J. A. Jones Tip Lnngford S. D. Lewis W. C. Burdett 300 D. Bowman 7.0(1 W. T. French 20.00 111.48 C. C. Jones 2.00 W. II. Morris 59000 E. Bullock 102.50 13.45 10.50 Harmount Tie Standard Printing Co. Standard Printing Co. J. PInkerton Co. 101)0 O. Roberts 0.00 C. F. Brodbury . Cam Mulllns 87.60 T. 0. 0'Mara 50.00 Qeorge Griffin 30.05 p. g. Meyers p. M .Bullock 10-8- " 20.00 ' " , .. 0817 19.00 ' . ia33 0.00 7.00 .; . . , . in ra J. M: McNew '"'"' 10.50 J. Ramsey 19.50 10.50 10.50 3.00 7.50 10.00 0.00 8.40 3.00 23.00 078.95 50.00 1054.05 12.00 4.74 9.03 120.85 37.50 5.00 10.00 ' 7.00 7.50 COO j. w. Helton 1 l.uthcr llurdlnc John Itcnner K. V. Purclful V. It. Henderson S. H. Dalley Gtovo cemetery. Our sympathy is extended to tho bereaved ones. J. F. Klrby - A. M. Hiutt was in Lancaster N'lck Chastecn on business last week. Mr. and S. F. llowinan Mrs. Josh Wilson and little .son Prcs Frullek 11. A. Dalley Master Kenuith Lawrence WilJohn Crawford son wero at Boo Lick last week, Supervisors of Tax visiting relatives Oscar Spoona- - W. D. Almey uioie and Mrs. Robert Lawrence Neal Pnrrett jJUUUJXL-I.ciUHV.ille. 2d.no 3.4E 8 50 0.00 25.00 15.00 20.00 W. II. Llvesay Mt. Vernon Power Co. Dwlght Bowman Mt. Vernon Tel. Co. Tip Lungford Tip Lungford Tip Lnngford Hnrmon Skldmore M. J. Miller F. L. Thompson J. A. Jones Dr. Lovell W. M. Anglln 343Z00 Louisville Chemical Dr. Pennington 3,708.07 1919 281.00 C. F. Bradbury S. F. Bowman 01.12 60.75 C02.0 500 2.) (J.00 41.8.-- 1 Pres Frnllck Brynnt Bros Cam Mulllns Dr. Lewis n.lR L. W. Belhurum no.oo E .8. Albright 8.00 1)2.2.1 John Parks Cam Mulllns 15.70 20.00 20.00 13.50 32.00 0.00 8.00 13.00 5.00 3.00 24.00 385.(RI 5.00 10.00 Ajrco Co. 30.00 10.04 1.50 3.00 15.00 0.00 4.00 112.08 214.00 280.00 200.00 Win. linker C. T. Slgmon Frank Mulllns G. G. Fetter & Co. .7. F. Mulllns Dr. pwens W. W. Anglln Sam "Reynolds Dr. Lovell John Ramsey A. E. Miller M. J. Miller Cnm Mulllns W .n. Fisli W. G. Nicely S. F. Bowman S. F. Bowman Bryant Bros J. A. Jones Total Road fund Baker New Port Culvert Co. Frank Mulllns Jack Jones W. F. Baker U. G. O. Roberts Anna Green C. 244a03 10.00 12.30 34.70 25.00 35.00 F. Bradbury 87.00 300.00 3.00 87.50 b. Cummlna c. F. Brabury Boone Gap road . ' ' 3C75 3.00 7.00 600.00 j. p. j. a. Mnllxxw Jones Miller ' George Frederick Smith Kelley C. T. Slgmon C. A. Davis Jones French J. C. Miracle ' ; ' 1.75 31.15 3.00 10.00 ' 0158 5.00 5.00 11.50 5.00 10.00 Robt Purcell John Purcell J. E. Hunt Dick Thomas Chas Spoonaman tosoe-tboi- rJ Ptoyd-MHt- cr 2JK0O" stetor, Mrs. Utile Owens who is very sick. Mrs. John Robins has returned to her homo at Nieholasville after a short visit with relatives nt Mt. Vernon and Drodhcad. Leila Mae Mrs. Cooper and daughtor. Miss Ruby wero down from Mt. Vernon Tuesday shaking hands with the voters. Mrs Cooper is a candidate for County Court Clerk. Mrs. L. N. Bowling was very Mrs. sick during tho week. Lucy McCall, of Maretsburg visited her daughters, Mrs. James Frith and Miss Lena Miss Ruby , McCall last week. J. .1 W. Rider 25.00 4.W) CanPMuulns Johnle Griffin ir.wi J. A. Jones C. T. Slgmon John Ramsey Cam Mulllns Dr. Pennington T. J. Ball .2L cToo 10.70 222.05 57.80 0.00 5.00 8.00 535.77 100.00 32.25 9&75 3.00 COO JldJlJirlQa Geo. Burton Nip Hood 30-7.50 15.00 32.03 85.50 300.00 100.00 250.00 10.30 Uoad Commission Annie K. Miller T. J. Nicely h. W. llcthurum Dr. Pennington Dr. I'cuulngton llradley and Gilbert Sudio Griffin Cam Mulllns Dr. Pennington It. L. McFerron Germo Co. M. E. Bullock Dr. Fennlngton Geo. Frederick Dr. Penington W. G. Nicely 28.75 It. L. McFerron 20.00 10.00 10.00 21.no co.00 35.00 F. Bradbury J. F. Mulllns W. n. Fish R. H. Lewis C. F. L. Thompson Dr. Carter J. H. Bowman O. F. Bradbury C. W. Dalley C. C. Cox W. D. Mulllns T JT. Nicely Dr. Lovell R. H. Miller R. H. Miller Dr. Lovell C. W. Dalley Peoples Bank Peoples Bank Skid Bowman STJTHclTa'rd C. C. Cox W. M. Poynter W. H. Llvesay Road Jury C. F. Bradbury S. D. Lewis S. D. Lewis ' 20.00 100.00 4.20 s. 8. DaUey 87.00 W. R. Arnold w. B. Slgmon j. w. Mulllns o. D. Bryant s. Griffin jj. J. q,' ' ' . ' 84.00 3.00 10.00 60.00 9.00 3.00 . 15.50 00.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 ' ' 3.00 3.00 10.00 j. c. F. Bradbury A. Landrnm 87.00 711 309.76 40.00 250.00 1000.00 &0 ' Beard and Co. 27C30 R. Carpenter 41.50 p .p .Bobbins (app) 9.00 W. D. Abney (app) 1003 M. Barnett 1130.97 W. J. Sparks Co. 48.00 Geo. Griffin 00.00 Boone Gap road 4.02 Davis Branch road - 38.55 Skeggs Creek road 05.34 W. F. Sowder 100.00 Frelgh ton culverts 12.00 J. R, Evans (app) 75.00 24.70 175.00 250.00 200.00 75.00 137.60 " ot m 6050 $7257.81 $6,030.34 ,, if Smith John Ramsey S. Justices 31.45 Two Elections 52.00 W. II. Carmlcal 3.00 4.50 0.00 0.00 183.58 10.20 10.00 2.00 " x Jack Jones W. D. Mulllns J. A. Jones 8. F. Bowman T. J. Nicely W. D. Abney E. Total claims allowed $15,012.03 Bridge Fund 1918. E. Lawrence n Kamsey Win. Owens Bryant Bros. W. A. Carson n. Skldmore F. Ketron Chas Cheek C. M. W. C. Gilliam W. N. Rice Cam Mulllns V. C. V. C 112.00 1000.00 JUUU.UU General order book total Sheriffs order book Tate (app.) Tato (app.) F. Bradburji , Writ. MuH 0, .: -;3 15.75 112.00 . I2-0- J. Miller D. Bowman , M. Pennington. 10.00 18.00 1101.70 Frank Mulllns 70.00 Purclful , mm -- 'm.A , . B.'No i.Vfv 4i$KACo.0Per ot Mu Vornon,-- visited J. C. Miracle ; fy'L kbf-nMi9 Goldie Etnerjckr Saturday,.r. CVLA.'Duy; niciHLia. afti'i j . bwi;.. s msmtmimm. .h , y i """" Joneg'i Ertl, ' returned from -, ,vi'-j.?'AlbrlgWVW. Bond Foley Co, 37.40 BoarfFofejrCo. ipttAr -- 5117.84 JAlKHnstpfld J.jjaamsey .w?ft50 " WHfferfJffi ' r r .-- 00,00 .,, 4.00 14X0 w . 4 Louisvihe"whero she has been with her aunt, Mrs. John Pike. Miss Artio Payne entertained last Friday afternoon April 8th in honor of her thirteenth birthday. Out door i;nraes were enjoyed, delightful refreshments were served, and most pleasant afternoon reported by all. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hysinger of near Mt Vornon attended tho funeral and burinl of P. 13 Shivil. Mrs. James Frith and liltlo son, James Jr. have returned from Maret-bur- g where tlu-- were guests of Mrs. Lucy McCall ard Mrs. Mrs. James Gr ce Wilmct. Potty of Columbia is herewith her daughter, Miss Willie Potty, of tho school fnculty who has been so very sick at the home of A Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cass message was received from London Friday stating the death of Dr. M. K. Ponington. For the past few years Dr. PeniiiRton has been coining to Brodhead to do dental work, and has made many friends hero who rogret to hear of his death. Mrs. Linda Benton, of Britton Oklahoma is visiting Mrs. J. F. Watson and other friends here th's week. Cashier A. M. Hiatt and A. J, Haggard aro remodeling and painting their dwellings which adds much to their appearance Miss Bess Shivel visited the familv of her brother, John Shivol near Hiatt this week. Mrs. Kate Tharp and son, Grave ly, are horo from Junction City. Announcement has boon received of tho arrival of a son at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bron-stoElder, of Stanford. Mrs. Kldor will bo remombored as Miss Acna Cass, daughter of Mr and Mrs, J. R. Cass. Mr. Elder is tho son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Jacob Eldorof Brodhead. Misses Llna Hall and Anna Emorlckwho are attondlng school hero were wook ond visitors to their parents at Maretburg. Mrs. Bottyo Caiter attended tho burial of Dr. M. K. Penington at London Saturday. W, A. Carson is in Mt, Vornon. Mr. and Mrs. AUJ. Cass wore in Stanford Sunday to see their now J;m Shadwlck of grandson. Grub Orchard attended the burial of P. E Snivel Friday. .Master Charles Hicks Carter and sisters (cootiuued on last page) 11 y John Adding-Machin- .11.10 '"1.00 Jas. Meret John Itenner Klin Hiatt A. L. Nicely K. Purclful W. D. Mulllns Itobt. Shepherd Annie E. Miller W. F. French W. O. Nicely J. It. Avnus II. J. McClure H. .7. McClure II0111I Foley Co. II. Hvesay Mrs. Kiln Hiatt W. Kd Adams lotl.OO 10.40 10.00 1P4.95 1.00 201.03 101.07 17.32 10.00 08.75 3.00 59.85 7.00 10.00 1.00 8.C0 15.00 34.30 0.00 240.00 21.02 2210.80 John Ilnmey 10.00 3.00 Total claims allawed $0,050.47 10.00 Road Fund 1918. 300.00 Appropriated Aid Itod Hill roadSOO.OO 1,308.05 7.50 Carmlcal 4.311 Champion Bridge Co? X If. MeNew- t StcTens & Munsy T. S. Branaman E. Allen T. S. Brannaman T. S. llrnnaman W. H. Jones v. D. Abney (npp) The Harmont Tie V. D. Abney Johnle Holcomb G. C. Sutton T. 8. Brnuaumn 1'.:- " 'Kii W404.71 $2S$SlRi? Ti JftrSjiHer- v-- "fS: Jyn &umi ' SL vL ' .0." .a W.p'jMullIns i570.10 PeapjasBank 840.00 50.00 178.79 Gus Stnverson V. C. Tate (trcas) Road Machinery Skeggs Creek road Skeggs Creek road Ben .Mink W. Iti Arngld M.VC, Sowder 250.00 1000.00 10.00 000.00 255.75 Cam Mulllns 4.25 Alice Davis J. Hunt C. F. Bradbury C. F. Bradbury L. J. Reams Bank of Mt Vernon Dr .Pennington M. J. Miller , M. J. Miller W. H. Debord Citizens Bank .Tip Langford , 1000.00 200.00 2.00 $13,288.15 Bridge Fund 1929 , H. H. Wood 12.43 Dag Hill road 17.10 Ti pLangford W. D. Mulling 809.34 146 30 43.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 18.00 1605 J. Hunt 221.70 Bond Foley Co. 20.00 C. 449.00 213.19 162X1 77.65' 60.00 124X0 14J04 25.32- F. Bradbury " . 27.00 Bond Foley Co. 310.60 Oscar Parks 673.00 20.00 O. - ' 1$. Miller P,! 21.50 Wm. Poynter 40.C3 A. G. Lovell 100.50 A. G. Lovell 97.40 Up Langford' "F. Ketron 21.25 ftTCUMtillins. 873.00 .7. Logsdon 113.87 Claims order book $0,242.45 Dr. Gravly 13.40 Sheriffs Road order book $4,079.40 G. S. Griffin r. . 44.0T Bradbury C. Griffin 2L00 H. Cummins,'' 3.00 Hanmmnt Tie Co. J. J. , . 244355 -- 343 0. II. Ilrock It. II. Lewis C. A. Davis Itobt. Speuee M. J. Miller Anno E. Miller W. M. Mulllns Ous Stnverson Oermo Mfg. Co. C. T. Slgmon 8. F. Ilowman K. S. Albright J. A. Landrtitu Neal Pnrrctt K. J. McKlnney U. O. linker II. II. Wood W. M. Mulllns M. J. Miller W. A. Carson 250.00 3.47 30.00 4.00 200.00 1503.91 10.00 13.25 10.00 10.04 0.45 300.00 323.05 W. H. Polly Arnol J. T. K. Francisco Tip Langford Gus Staverson It. C. Mink Q. V. Murrell T. K. Francisco Guy Boberts W. H. Llvesay J. B. Evans (Norton road) W. H. Albright Apprnlsors on road Hiram Laws Ilryant Ilros O. M. Slgmon Ky. Children Home F, L. Thompson Chas. Lovell Hardin Moore Dr. Pennington W.'N. Fllppln H. Purclful O. T. Slgmon 45.00 5.00 72.85 7.10 3.00 541.03 27.02 5.40 100.00 125.00 20.00 200.00 25.05 C0.25 100.00 3.00 100.00 James Hunt 15.45 Jas. Meredith J. II. K. Evnns O. Bowman W. G. Nlceley It. B. Shlvel A. W. Norton C. A. Davis W. D. Mulllns K. J. McKlnney W. D. Abney (app) John French 5O.00 11.50 27.00 114.10 7.50 2.00 7.50 3.00 1.00 300.00 200.00 4.50 4.30 3.00 355.00 25.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 100.00 7.50 2.00 3.O0 Dr. Pennington W. A. Carson J. Ramsey Dr. Lewis W. F. Baker U. G. Baker Dr. Owens II .Doan F. Adams Mrs. E. Hiatt Mrs. E. Hiatt W. B. Slgmon T. J. Nlceley E. S. Albright S. T. Procter J. Ramsey C. C. Cox n. Mooro II. T. Young R. G. Williams C. A. Davis 30.00 21.00 22.75 230.10 15.50 2.75 14.80 0.00 Total allowed Allowed General funds Bridges Roads $11, 221.01 $22,793.55 3708.07 Mt Vernon TcL Co. Mt Vernon Power Co. U. G. Baker U. G. Baker 30.00 20.00 102.27 Total claims 311.15 ! General funds 20.00 Brlges T. j ' 2L87 $3,639.49 allowed $24,661.72 3,630.49 Total allowed Collections General Funds Bridge Roads 40.47 'COO Tip Langford 11,22151 Road witness fees Tip I.nnford $37,784.43 Road Jury G. V. Owens 20.00 Roads 8.08 0.00 Total 3.00 12.00 25.00 143.02 23.00 5,130.02 108.00 425.00 24,601.72 140.30 13588.15 $41,489.38 15,883.00 4,082.53 11,706.33 ' 20.07 74.S0 45.00 200.00 329.70 35.01 19.00 8.00 134.50 02.50 $11,354.11 3500.00 10.073..57 $25,827.CS First State Bank S. T. Proctor Refund of borrowed money General Bridges Roads Collections funds Total Collection 41,480.30 32,270.86 $32570.80 Justices Total 37,784.43 25,827.08 Two elections Total deficit 1019 $9,212.50 Deficit for 1920 Grand Total Claims Allowed . - 00.00 11,050.75 J. Fish S. F. Bowman E. B. Cox F. L. Thompson Pepoles Bank (Int.) Peoples Bank (rent) Bank of Mt. Vernon (Int.) A. G. liovcll W. II. Llvesay Mrs. O. W. Hiatt W. H. Llvesay N. Parrot t Brodhead Pharmacy Braley and Gilbert C.T. Slgmon S. D. Lewis 1000.00 2.00 . 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 Johu Grlder n Dr. Owens W. M. Mulllns O. M. Payno V. O. Baker W. M. Poynter U. O. Baker W. A. Jones W. R. Arnold Henry Bloomer John Sowder A. L. Adams Jesse Ortou Sam McClure iaoo It. L. Langford 4.00 W. D. Abney 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 7.25 Braley and Gilbert Bradley and Gilbert Peoples Bank Peoples Hank S. Griffin T. J. Nicely It. S. Snivel Dr. Lovell 0. 0. Cox K. Abney Cltircns Bank Bank of Mt. Vernon Neal Parrott It. L. McFerron S. D. Lewis Cam Mulllns Alice Davis W, H. Uveeajr 3.00 J. E. nunt 20.00 Justices Salary's 20.00 U. G. Baker 42.00 Mrs. J. M. Adams 10.00 II. H. Wood 62.55 w. M. Poynter 121.05 702.74 Total general order book 64.50 875.00 1031.37 275.07 237.00 101.03 48.00 0. Sheriff's $5,310.07 Boad Order book $2,030.60 $8,280.50 20.00 200.00 Cnm Mulllns Mrs. Davis "VV. II .Carmlcal F. A. Knlpes Dr. Pennington Mt Vernon Tel. Co. L. W. Bethurum Tip Langford Mt. Vernon Power Cp. The Germo Co. W. E. Gravely A. E. Miller E. S. Albright G. T. Jones R. L. Payne S. D. Lewis W. W. Anglln Tip Langford CItliens Bank (Int) M. J. Miller Tax Supervisor D. G. Clark C. T. Slgmon , v 67.44 Bradley and Gilbert 218.30 A. G. Lovell 30.50 Lucluda Richmond 20.00 W. G. Nicely 08.04 Dr .Pennington 50.00 Dr. Lovell 1000.00 Dr. Pennington 1000.00 A. Hansel 1000.00 Mrs. Ella Hiatt 200.00 Dr. Pennington General Fund 1920 East Fork road 9.00 Beu Mink A. G. Lovell $ 50.00 W. R. Arnold W. W. Anglln 100.00 M. O. Sowder 4.00 W. G. Nicely inO.00 P. Frallcks 9.10 E. McCormlck 48.04 New Port Cul Co 300.00 R. H. Lewis 315.00 M. J. Miller . 301.80 G. Rich 57.40 P. Frallcks 20.00 Bryant Bros 0.00 U. G. Baker 050.59 J. F. Mulllns 37.50 J. Isaacs 48.00 S. F. Bowman 0.00 P. Frnllck 588.08 Dr. Fennlngton 75.00 Mulllns & Quinn 100.00 Water Craft Co. 5.25 J. 'J'. Owens 300.00 Bradley and Gilbert 4S.60 0.00 100.00 10.18 12.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.70 3.00 Road Fund 1930 Skeggs Creek road 1018 1910 43.00 1920 .. tjjvr"" 30,855.00 37,784.43 41,489.30 2.00 2.00 2.00 (110,120.45 Grand Total Collections 21,42141 25,827.08 1920 277X5 1913 2,68050 1910 134.00 32570.80 $79,527.95 1919, 1020 90.00 055 80.00 63.75 :to.oo Total deficit for 1018, 4.00 $30,001.60 S. F. BOWMAN C. R. C. O, The above Statement does not lessen mv former statement, as the former wus the Indebtednes for several years past, This statement is for the last three years only. The total indebtedness of this countv for everything including the Bond indebtedness is about $ 150,000.00 ' x3.3? ILccria R. . P, -- . 425.00 W. A. Jones 25.00 W. W. Anglln 00.03 S. F. Bowman 100.00 E. Perdful 20.00 Dr. Pennington 242.30 S. T, Proctor . 50.12 M. J. Miller 27.50 O. T. Slgmon 0.00. 11.57 178.89 31.35 600 40 51 952.0 11.20 12.00 200.00 20.56 0.00 L LANGFORD FOR . Total claims road fund Allowed 4.00 100.00 General 73.74 Bridges 10.02 Roads 200.10 401.33 44.40 10.83 General JOOO.00 Standard Printing Standurd Printing Co. Co. W. D. Mulllns 0.09 Mrs. E. Hiatt 0.00 P. D. DcBord 20.00 Dr. Lovell 05.74 V. F. Carter 0.40 Chas Lovell 050.50 C. F. Bradbury 248.11 Dr. Penington 20.00 Baldwin Book Co. 81.00 Dr. Pennington 8.00 n. C. Bowman 13.50 W. J. Sparks Co. 74.7S W. H. Llvesay 157.04 S. Scivey 27.00 33.50 C.-Bradlmrr 7.00 E. Jones 0.20 C. F. Bradbury SHERIFF To the voters of Rockcastle County. BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: 9.75 ' funds 15,12.03 6050.47 8,280.00 $30,855.60 Collected. funds 12,401.51 3,013.81 0,078.00 $21,423.41 1000.00 1000.00 Bridges Bond R. O. Webb 3. Fish L. H. Davis W. F. Carter J. Clontz J. S. Langford Ky. Ind. Truck Co. Justices of the Peace Two Elections , 25.00 87.50 0.00 20.00 3.00 2.00 11.00 250.00 100.00 87.50 0.00 87.00 800.00 Total 0.75 M. Pennington 2.00 J. Winstead 21.03 Bryant Bros 630.00 A Griffin 280.00 II. T. Young 200.00 W. II. Llvesay C. F, Bradbury $22,703.65 U. O, Baker 65.75 650.10 87.50 15.20 I take thte mean in publicly announcing my Candidacy for the offlee of High Sheriff of Rockeaatle County, subject to the Republican Primary to be held on August 6, 1921. If I am nominated and elected to this office I promise to make you an honest sober and efficient officer, treating all alike, shirking no responsibility which the office imposes. I also wish to announce my deputies and ask a thorough investigation of the character and ability of these two nen. First is James H. Lambert of Boone, second is Josiah Cummins of Willailla. Hoping to see each vote before the election, I beg to remain, Your Friend, R. L. LANGFORD 63.05 1025.85 87.60 69.30 T '.'fc6i?tW?"WLf hmVuwi ? immtvlimn l C 'ajjuwmiji ! njuiMiui.iuiiiiKiiiimii !WtaCT MT. ntfrcil at the Mt VERNON Vtrtioii, Ky. t'oU''lici SIGNAL 15 - ssss i nil - f -- Ifcf MOIiNTVKUNOiN. KV KIUDAV, Al'IML urotil-ciiu- 1921 mall u Htter. 1'iiltlislu'il I'Virv Fridiiy by It II. MII.LKR ANNOLNCKMKNT We arc authorized to nnmiit'ieu tuhjrct to tliL nctiuii of the Kuimhlk-nTnity ut nuxt Aiu;tirt 1'rlm.iry. H. .1. UKTIU'RUM K. J. McKINNKY, Vor County Court Clctk. KAKI.K I'HlW.ll'rf, I'ir Civility Court wmKkj Cigarette tobacco flavor. To soal in tho delicious Burley ZACBARY TAYLOR AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION Beginning Monday, April 25, 1921, at 10 a. m. And continuing day by day until all land, buildings and equipment have been sold. The properties to be disposed of at this sale, represent an outlay on the part of the Government of CU-r- for Circuit Jiiiltfe, II. C. KKNNHDY. Vw Circuit Jii'Ikc T. J, 1IAIX For Circuit Coin I Clerk. W. T. (MILL) DAVIS, Circuit Court Clerk. JHSSK M. DliHOkl) Circuit Court (Vik. JOHN I'. l'IC.C,, Slst District. CAM .MIH.U.WS For County Court Clerk I). (. (,'I.AUK For SlierilT. WADU H I'm- - V. A. CRUMB 1 1 I.IVKSAY Jiilkr. JOHN C. HOWARD I'cir Jailer UI.TI.KTOMTAYI.OK For Jailer JOHNNY CI.ONTR For .Inllor H. SAYI.OR, For Jailer. RF.V. W.M. M. DUUIIAM For Sitro)or DKI.I.ARI) COTTON. Magistrate 4tU Ulstrlot W.M.COTTON' CoXSTABUi Itli DISTRICT ISOM . JOHN W. .MAUI.OR For l:iRl8tr:itc 1st District . 9s Toasted For County .Imlno. h. F. UOWMA.V, County Judge X.V.I'. WAi'.I) -- BURR NEWS James Scabrougli of Winches-to- r is visiting relatives ut Burr, lie is a snlfbinnn of Winchester. Mrs. Anna Collins and son Bill have returned homo to Paris after u short visit to Gum-nFredriclc and family Misses Nellie 1'redrick and G!ads Uwons, of Hurr, have been visiting in Hamilton and Cincinnati Ohio, and Paris Ky. Thoy report a nice time They went torough in an Auto and wero accompanied home by ilieir aunt, Sallie Rick-It- s and cousin Jim Fredrick ana M. P. Atkinson of Hamilton. CdlllltV Jlll'n'C Ten Millions of Dollars All of which will be sold, in units, to suit purchasers For County Comt Clrrk. MltS M51I.A MAY COOI'I-K- Jjj1r.Wy at County Court Cl.'ik. .Mrs .IOHX UUN.NKU Mrs IJOniHNS J'ur MaKiMrjte fitli District. 1JAUUISON C. K1RHY VV The Greatest Auction Sale in History yr : For i:i.r.h'N I'UICU Slu-ii- ir For Jailor . .MiiKlstr.'itu s!ml DUti-iutVV. H. StOMUM For MatfUtraU.-- Ut District . --I COMMON SENSE It is urg"d by thosu opposing Judge Bothurum for that lie has b.'tin in olllc; Ijiib enough, hasdrawa so much money :ts hul.iry for his .services. Tho argument against the judge is Common sense is all that is necessary to see trie fallacy of this iirgumuut. The fathers who fashioned our form of government, and lived to see the splendid su cess that it niiide, rlnc:i-- In th Pfilernl Constitution a provision. .that-- .. ' requires tlio appoiiitniuht of the Federal judges for life. Time Miss Mamye Drew of this plaeo has proven the wisdom of this provision, and has fully vindi. wero inurriod at the home of cated the statesmanship of the men who framed our Federal George Smith Wednesday. The Constitution. As a result of this policy in the selection of the bride is the attractive daughter Federal judges, the United States today stands head of any of Steve Drew. Thoy left for tho country in the world for the strength and efficiency of its judigrooms home Wednesday afterciary. This is true because tiie judge who goes upon the Fednoon. - Mis sis Delia Perciful, eral bench is permitted to serve for life and the service is not Nancy Morns, Lena Smith, ami impaired, or cripple, by n change in the personnel of the judge Ollle a. Mulhns were, guests of and tho people are assured of a judge of experience all the time. Nellie Fredrick Wednesday. Tin State Constitution does not provide for life service of its Haze Morris, Charlie Pitman and judges, but requires the people to elect their judges for terms Tom Persiful weie visitors of jonly. It is possible, however, for tho people to have tho same Bill ini Fredrick Thursday fiflicioncy, ability and oxperionca in the State courts as we night. Mrs. Nora Bell remains Jiavo upon tho Federal bench. This is pjssiblo by continuing to very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Dan elect the old, and tried, judge as long as he is willing to serve. Burk have gone to housekeeping What the country needs, and demands, is experienced judges. near Cove. Misses Pearl and In fact experience is necessarv in every kind of business. It is Hellen Cummins, Lena Zona and, exceedingly risky and hazardous to call an inexperienced ni'an Pansy Novell, Lillian fields to preside over the circuit courts of this couutry. Tho circuit Nancy Morris, Dathio Price, Lola judge is the one officer that holds more poywr in h's hands than Madden, Emma Hansel, Fhira does any other oilicer in tho State. Ho passes upor all questions Mullins, Nora Owens, Ollio B Mullins, that effect the lif , liberty and property of the people. This is a Delia Perciful, Lina sacred trust, ami the powur should be cautiously conferred, if Wright, Willie Cameron, Bessie this power should bo exorcised by the judge unwisely, as in tho Ada fnp, Ltfna Smith, and Pearl case of an incompetent or inexperienced judge, or corruptly, as and Iiva Camejrn vvero guests of in tho case of a designing and corrupt judge, there is no limit to Nellie Fredrck Sunday. AH the evil that would result. Hence tho importance of caution and oported a nice time Mesdames .care by the votaJUnOJipomuA.iJMr-iJW'iwy-tffertfetjy-If-tflr- e Bob .present judge-iproving satisfy tory. which is conceded by Frediickjane Burk. Jeff Madden .practically all tho people, whv ri.sk a change ? If tho trade Mary Long, J. W Morris, George should prove u bad one, the district would suffer lor six years. Smith, Ben Price, Mary Owens, There would bo no escape from it. Moro law suits result from Will Owens and Pearl Detherage Jiasty, ill considered horso trades, that later prove uusitlsfau were guests of Mrs. G. V. tory, than over any other ono thing. You would not trade of Fredrick Sunday. a true, trusty, reliable family horse, that works well, and never balks, for an untaied, inexperienced hor.so that is inclined to be fractious and frisky, although ho may be a beauty to look niero is more Catarrh in this at. You would probably lose a crop if yoj should muko the exsection of the country than all change . I'heso are simple, everyday illustrations that cause peoother disases put together, and ple to think, and when tho people think, they always. ju'a.4hQ--rigb- t for to thing. Doctors Prescribed Other districts of the Stato are electing their judges as long local remedies, and by constantas they will agreo to servo Ju teo Morrow was elected in this ly fajling to cure with local districtfor three consecutive terms anil the district protlted by treatment, piqnounced it uncur his experience- Judge Carter, of the adjoining district, who lives ablo. Catarrh is a local djsease :at Tojnpkinsville, is a candidate for the third term, and is tin. greatly influenced bv consti apposed. Many districts of tho Stato are presided over bv judg-etution conditions and therefore who have served more thin three tonus. Besides, people the requires constitutional treatment world ovor place great stress upon experience in the selection Hall's Catarrh Medicine, miinu of their employees Tho local banks would not think of givin" factured by F. J. Chenoy & Co. up their officers, although some of the cashiers luivo served in Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional capacity for more than '20 years Business peorlu recognize tho remedy, is taken intornaily and is true that Judge ttethuruui has value of experienco. It ucts thru the blood on the Mu drawn a salaiy lor his services. Ho has earned every dojlar of cous surfaces of the system.One it and more. Ho could have earned more iu tho practice of law Hundred dollar reward is offer but has served the district becauso tho 'district desired his ed for uny case that Uall's his service, and was unwilling to retire him. The people will . CtttrrJi n.cdicine lails to euro not retire him at the ondbfthi-termWhen thoy got ready bond for circulars AJid him to quit tliisollice, they will call a KepubJicun to tako his for place. This is a Republican district, the majority being some.F. CHENWY & CO., Toledo, thing liko 10,000, and it proposes to keep a Republican" a real Ohio. Sold by druggists, 75c, Republican, on the bench. The Commonwealth predicts the reHall.s family Pills for coustip election of J udgo Bothtiriiin by not less than 5.000 majority tion. is indicated by all tho reports that we get. This (Tho Coninioimrealth) i0iUJai.-.-PjKsirrir...fVAhfmtr- Sectional view of one of the areas at Camp Zaehary Taylor ihowlng character of buildings to be sold. r imuuiNg nas oeen at a practical standstill, i lie -- high cost of material, especially lumber, and the scarcitv ' of labor have compelled a stoppage in the erection of SVJvtnc.S, storehouses, barns, etc. That time has now oassed Wrkrnen'liayb'een released by t'ie hundreds of thousands mid Camp Zaehary Taylor will release lumber and equipment. 6S,000,000 'feet of yellow pine will be disposed of at this sale and at such prices as bidders see fit to the city of Louisville, together with 2,000 buildings of various sizes, and a vast amount of equipment, such as boilers, plumbers' supplies, stoves, hot water heaters, radiators, electrical equipment, motors, heating and refrigerating plants, etc. XHE . BUILDING PROBLEM ,.,.-.-- , ..... r.. 'r... r- - This Army Camp comprises 2,000 acres of valuable land, adjoining iur years . pay. Come to this greatest of bargain sales and bnv what you want at your own figures. Join with your neighbors in making up car lots to save freight rates. A vast number of cedar, white oak, chestnut and creo-sotcfence posts, water troughs and grain bins will interest every farmer. Tllcrc arc miles of woyen wireog-tiijh- t fencing. Two grain elevators, completely equipped with motors, conveyors and chutes. ,d This is an absolute sale. You win or you lose on April 25th. We sell no one privately, but do an exclusive auction business. No set price, no reservation, no no private sale. This has been our motto for the twelve years we have been in business, during which time we have operated from the Great Laker, to the Gulf, and have never failed or refused to sell a single piece of land, or property of any kind, after it was placed under the hammer. You make the price. The Government makes the deed. That's all g, OUR GUARANTEE For catalog giving full details a to material, land, etc, not given in this announcement, address D. C. CLARKE, Louisville Real Estate & Development Company President lle, Kentucky - Sales Agent, War Department U. S. A. L CLUB WE WITH THE LOUISVILLE HERALD. ASKABOUTocIT - s Order Repairs Now and Get Genuine IHC Repairs for International Machines Where One Gallon Louals Jwo (tej I We Sell the Genuine Why Take Chances With Any Others? ywooooa owMeiiM STANDSOfFALOIOFDOCTORBULSi HSU 'i Recommends Pe-ru-- for Catarrh el tfa Colds end Iris Stasia, im,jISnf'u1?r.u,3;MJ,IkM"rt,,",, U.I'.D.N0.M0ltl.WVol,r.Ketartx: tumid, or autixa ir.um I &i. htnr - P Jr,0Tn la tb houM for Souther Optical Company bcrpoU4 Spectacles, Eyeglasses meodi. CouilamdcoldjmvuwaillyUrriUTrfby ftwdodtsolPwmMUlienljjUn Nol ctnh, U IIUbctok(pttU of Piwu-- n IndJ- MUco, cojaUpttion, dlrrnoei,rlMjumaUia o other Uoubl oiwtoactunbUcoDiUUoaef tba oiooou tacabnoM Kryptok, Artifici:i' Eyes, Invisible Bifocal Lens Quality does tell! Measured by covering capacity and length of wear, one gallon of Manila's Green Seal Faint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. And there's a reason: of viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients that go into it. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized as necessary in making good paint. If a paint is sold at a ridiculously low price itslmply means that it is lacking in these necessary ingredients and contains cheap adulterants. The exact formula is printed on every package of Green Seal. Sold by o J " o M, ROBERTS BRODHEAD, KY. bwn j MlKHiiprBtctorfurUnU.Ufinlly. TAWHSMUIIUID UUDcu. the crlD or BDUikh Plu. r&RU-NU juitly prgud of lu ncord of flty yeut SOLO EVEAYWMERE TU b4lUibaIli!iiz.itniirthmlorlum11ilM .1. f im. txmedy tnttpccUOy ton lul tlur pro(nctl call for I'tKra-c- a i the ucoufultrMtmcat. J I ooooeoaaaBaonalnflaaBa000o I FOURTH and CHESTNUT, T. N. NOE Ky. Mt. Vernon, READ 8 Louisville, Ky. THE SIGNAL IT dt PAYS Farm Machine Headquarters CONGRESS HEARS ORAMATIG PLEA Livingston -- A 111 1 v ' N. II. Oliver who litis bad Jhcumntism very badly for someFROM FILIPINO time is some butter nt this writO. D. Bryant nnd Bill ing. Johnson of Mt. Vernon were Washington. "Must the heart hero today enroutu to Cincinnati of Miss Flora Ponington and Mrs heat only for tlio free- Jv. L. Dockrell and son, Jirown dom of Ireland, of Poland nnd of the went to London today, (Tuesday) Czccjio - Slovaks, Mrs. N. H. Oliver bus been and not for tlio quite sick, but is better ut presIndependence of ent. Mr. und Mrs. L. II. Dav tlie Philippine are visiting relatives in RichTills was the mond this week. Mr. and Mrs. question Itcsldent Commissi oner J. B. Hayso has roturntd from u hs V9vitmi iRiuiro Gnhaldon u few lays visit with relatives of the Philippines in Cincinnati. Mrs, J. II. WalPhilippine nealdent minted directly Commissioner to the member ton is repairing her property on ship of the Homo Miin Street It.iuro Oab.ildon George Grillln Jr. of Itpirfinfiitin wus hero Wednesday enrouto In a speech which wai Riven very close intention and was frequently ap- homo to Mt. Vernon from Richplauded. mond. Uill Pentucton who has "At one time," snld Commissioner Oahahhm, "Congress had before It no been living near Corbin for a less than thirty resolutions expressing short time has moved back near sympathy with the aspirations of the Livingston. ...Trln'i 1,.i,,14fTr,trtttCTr,t1-y--:n-- lancl to grunt Independence to Ireland. Uillhas moved so much that his At Hint time, also the Filipinos wero chickens have got on to tlte job Knocking nt your door. Out of the. and will lay down und cross their womb of war, many European s Mrs.' D. H were horn, nnd America has re- foot ready to bo tied. joiced to uphold the siune. And jet Grillin is visiting in Mt. Vernon the claim of the Filipinos Is Mill unSliorilf Tip Langford was hero heeded. Must there he exceptions, between trains Saturday. Mrs. then, lujnlernntlomil Justice? "My plea, gentlemen of the Ameri- C. E Rico and children of Louis can Congress, is that ou Ignore no ville are visiting her parents Dr. longer the repented requests of a lug people for nn Independence and Mrs. W. T. Atnyx this week J. W. Bakor was in Mt. Vernon that rightfully belongs to them. The grunting of Independence now affords Sunday, N. B.Mann has moved the t'nlted States n golden opportunity his family hero from Paris. to give to the world unanswerable proof of its sincerity, Its consistency Claude Grillin of Mt. Vernon was and Its altruism. It will be the great- here Saturday talking automobile est example of square dealing In tho be is agent for tho Oakland. history of the nges. "nonot think wo nrj pot nppce- - C. J, and A. K Recc went to Mt, eiiiure or an you hnve dono for us. Vernon Tuesday on business. Wo are. America has truly treated the Filipino people ns no other nation W. R. Day, roundhouse foreman has ever treated an alien race In all went to Lebanon Junction today history. The high points of the Amer- (.Tuesday) aud will come back ican policy In the Philippines have in his auto. Moses Mullins been consistently inspired by altruism. We know that you wero actuated Id accidentally shot himseif in tho your labors by tho deslru to contribleg Monday, but not seriously ute to our own welfare. as it is only a flesh wound. "And o love you pcrhnps most of all for your solemn promise to grant Mrs. J. M. Turpin of Maretburg us that which we hold dearer than life was hero between trains Tuesday Itself our freedom. Independence Is our national Ideal. It Is our all ab- enroute home from Langford.--Missorbing nlm. It grows stronger every Louise Lynn of Stanford hour. For the spirit of nationalism has returned homo after a few never dies. Much less can It be sub. L. H. dued. We believe thut we can never days visit hopu to be a sturdy nation If we are A. Rollins of Irvine to rely forever on tho magnanimity of and Mrs Mary Mcintosh of Winthe United States. "America's task In tho Philippine chester and loft for Winchester Islands Is Mulshed. What you have assumed us your sacred obligation In same day, the 6th. Mrs. Rollins that part of the world has been ful- is the mother of James Neal of filled. A (teoplc with a medieval sysEverett Reynolds tem of Institutions has been trans- this place. formed Into n conscious nation, Im- of Wildio, tho hustling corn bued with all that Is modern In the maker, was Here a few days last activities of nations. And If you give week.-M- rs. Ella Mao Blanford us Independence our gratltudo to jou will Increase n thousand fold; It will has returned from Louisville. last forever If you keep faith with us. Fishing seems to bo the order "There Is but one Issue In the question, and that Is: Is there of the day here and many of the today a stable government on the finny tribe aro losing their In the Jones law you promised lives. Mrs. W. T. Owens was independence upon the establishment Arm-rlropnb-liede-se- n with the voters. - Tho ground hog or torn cat surely has been monkeying with the weather again, last Friday warm as summer, Sunday it snowed, and now wutm again. Tho bridge contractors aro here und mater iul and equipments is coming in, so we guess business will start in earnest in it few days. Mrs. C. 0. Brown and children have returned from u few days visit with relatives ut Brodheud. Itov. Taylor of Richmond tilled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Suturday and Sund.ay. (I U..RicftlsJiiuJLdJJe an audition to his property on Mum st. Mrs. Floyd Bryant and iitllo daughter is visiting relatives in Lebanon Junction tins week. Mrs. Leonard Medlock of Bond is visiting tho fumily of L. J Webb. Mr. and Mrs Robert Parker of Revenna are visiting rolatives here. The J.O.U.A.M. in Corbin Saturday and Sunday. Garnett Farrls of Paris was ous Novel by John Hero between trains Sunday. Fox, jr. Mi. and Mrs. J C. McGulre have returned from a weeks visit with "The Little Shepherd of King relatives ut Land n and Corbin, dom Come," which can be seen Lee Ward, caudidute for Judge tho Boone Way Theatre, April 20 was hero Saturday shaking hands 21, is Jack Pickford's first Gold SUir of " THE LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINGDOM COME " plays Mountain Lad in Fam- wyn picture, und is considered ono of tho best vehicles in which he bus evor pi a cd. Loft alone by the death of his fostor-fathChad (Jack Pick ford), n mountain waif, runs away from his Cumberland hotne to escape the clutches of a design or, order.aro putting u new roof on their hall and will repaint it ulso. The holmes- people closed a two weeks meeting here Sunday night Livingston although a small town situated away down in the hills can boast of tho fol lowing:- - Wo hare eleven htores, - s with-Mrs- Rico-Mar- ried, J- - Phil-Ipptn- o two drug stores, two restaurants, two barber shops, two moving picturo shows, two doctors, two secret orders, Masonic aud Juniors, Atnericau mechanics, nine school teachers, a blind preacher ana and :i cleat and dumb painter Politicrilly, we are democrat and republican, sorry to say mostly republican, religiously, we are Baptist, Christian, Presbyterian and holiness. Our little town is iluatod on the beautiful Rock casile tivor in whose bosom thousands of fish float, it is.up this river that the Dixio High way winds its way for seven miles. One trip up this river will leave a picture on the travelers Tiind that time alone can erase In the near future the bridge will bo completed, tho grading done, then wo invite the automobilist to make his trip fishing and rest in the beautiful shades and drink the cold cy Adams ale as it gushes forth from one of the peaks of mother earth's. of" such u nuiliTc government. Your own flovernor-Cenern- l bus officially reported that there Is a stable government In existence today, nnd we also have submitted plenty of evidence to substantiate Its existence. Therefore, we hope and expect America will now curry out Its pledge." 'WEAff ' Fish's Speci k -- FINE HAT MAKING A PHILIPPINE ART Clothes WKIdH!! an ijii m ing mountaineer. After travel ing on foot for three days he comes to the Valley of Kingdom Come, where he and his dog, Jack are takon in by tho Turner family. Later when he is not herding sheep or choping wood for his keep, he is pouring over a book of Some kind, bent oil getting an education. As a reward for his diligent study, tho schoolmaster takes Chad with him to Lexing ton, Kentucky. It is thofiist time he lias been in a city and he becomes so interested in a horse auction that he missr 6 the train that was to have taken him back to tho mountains. Major Buford observes the lad's difficulties and takes tho boy to bis home. Ho becomes very attached to Chad when he finds that possibly they are distantly related. Resenting the snobbish attitude or the city people. Chad returns to the mountains and finds thatMelissa (Paulino Stark) whom he left behind, is more to him than ever. Chad tells hor thai while in the city, he fell in love with Margaret Dean, the daughter of a general, an old friend and neighbor of Major Bufords. Two years later Buford comes after Chad, who decides to return to Lexington and complete his education. While Chad is in Lexington Melissa devotes her time to finding out about his parents, and later trees to Lexington with her father. There she tells Margaret of her discovery, making the supreme sacrifice for her rival. Major Buford and General Dean are devoted southerner nnd Margaret also believes in tho southern cause in the Civil War. When Kentucky takes her stand Chad and Harry Dean join the Union forces while Dan Dean enlists in tlio Confederate army The plot thus thickens and its unraveling makes a most absorbing storv. Tho picture was ad apted from the novel by John Pox Jr., directed by Wallace Worsioy, and photographed flby Don Short. d April 10, 1921. What is lha future of Rockcastle County if we neglect God and insult him as wo are now do ing. Wo wont to Fair Viow Church last Saturday night aud we can Dan remember old Brother Pholphs and others years ago ear ring lumber on their backs to build this house where pcoplo of this comunuity could havo a placo to worship God in. And wo were ashamed to see the disrespect show the Pastor whowasina masterfull way trying to sliow tho way to an ovor- lasting life to all that would ac cept, not only was ho entirely ignored by a largo number, but the honse of God was dangerously insulted, time and again did tho Pastor ask for order, but the most of them seemed to think they wero at .a frolic. But what amazed us most was that an officer of tho l.iw was preseut and that tho boys and others seemed to fear him so little we did not see but we have heard that fifteen or twenty pistois were in tho crowd. When will the Deacons of our Churches commence to take an interest in God's work and force thes misbehaved partias tojustice. It is not our wish to cause any one trouble but the house of God must bo protected if we expect God's Blessing on our selves and neighbors . We know election is near and candidates are notaxnious to loose votes but I believe there are enough gcod people in Rockcastle to choose officers this year who will enforce the law regardless to who it hurls so thut people can go to Church at least, and hear what the Pastor talks about. It Is time for us to awake and see that the law is obliged. 1 for one stand to enforce the law and stop this whiskey business and law violation of all kinds. Regard less of who it hurls, and the sooner we all take this stand the soon er Rockcastle will be a better place to live in. Yours for inforcing the law. S.B. McClure Conwaj ' Ky. Aztec, Now Mexico, March 31 1921. Mt. Vernon Signal: I see in the history of Gen. William Smith's family that you have left out two of his sons that were splendid good men, Thomas J. Smith was running a hotel west of tho Court House and another son. William M. Smith owned and lived on a farm about threo and one half miles from Mt. Vornon on tho London road I understand he moved to Texas during the Rebellion. I left Mt. Vernon in 1853 and recollect many of tho old Sous that have gone to tho Great Beyond. I think George Washington Smith went to Texas two or three years before I lett Kentucky. I clerked for my brothor, J. C. Williams, W. H. Kirtly, and Alfred Smith off and on from 1848 to May 18 1853 when 1 left that dear old town of Mt. Vernon, und in that way got acquainted with a good many peoplo and haven't forgotten any of them. Yours most respectfully, W. H. Williams, Pres. CitizonsBauk, Actez. P. S. I have been a reader of tho Signal for many years. THE POLITICAL BED Littlo Bill Davis, came to tho court house and Baid, l want to get into jour political bed, Mo und my folks like shorten- HI Mr. and Mrs. ntul children of AT T CONGRESSMEN FAVOR FILIPINO Homer Chesnut Paint Lick wore here last week with friends. Muttio Loviugs has beon very sick for several days. Dr. Georgo Payne of Wildic was here Saturday doing some dental work for Mrs. Shirloy Adams. Mrs Ilonry Parkerson purchased a nico Jersey cow from P. C. Lear for $75 W. S. and W. E. Boyd und wife havo returned to their homo in Corbin after spending sovernl days with their parents Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Boyd. Bent Burnham continues very sick. Mrs. Ollio Prth has moved hor family to John Boyd's p oporty. Miss Zula Mno Bur den wus tho guest of Mrs Joo Adams tho last of last week. Charley Ray, little son of Mr! und Mrs Ruy Mcharge has been very sick. James Lucas is in Laurel county this week buying Miss Grade Burnham cattle. is visiting relatives in Jackson county this week. Born" to""ihe wife of Joe Capps on the 9th a lino baby girl, mother and baby aro both doing flno. Mr. Ken nedy of Somerset, candidate for Circuit Judge was in th's com munity last week. Mrs. Hattio Singleton and little son of Fall Lick are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. John Singleton this week. Mrs J. H. Sowaid is on the sick list Russell Lucas of Cincinnati Ohio has been visiting G'wons Lear for s eveinl days. R. L Smith was In Stanford Monday. Grover Coffey wa In Loxington last week. Walk over shoes at Sutton & McBeo's INDEPENDENCE! ft': Wnshlngton.-Th- o appointed hour Is here: let tho Phil- Inntnna Iia fMA This was the keynote of a speech by Congressman Ed- wnrd J.KtngoflhV nols, (Republican) . In which he review-- 1 ed the American occupation of the Islands from the first day to the present' Congressman Ed- time. He declared ward J. King Hint the United States was honor of Illinois. oounu 10 gram in- - j dependence without further delay. Congressman King Is ono of an In- -' creasing number of Republicans In tho ITouse who are urging quick action! on Philippine Independence. Mr.. King ts the author of a bill which pro- Tides that within one year the Philippine goTermnenl, "nuder presidential"" proclamation, may assemble n convention nnd frnme n constitution. After the constitution Is ratified by the Filipino people the President may recognize the Philippine islands as "a l nation.") separate and The transfer of authority Is to be completed within one year. Provision Is made for safeguarding American In-- 1 vestments In the Philippines and for the providing of coaling stations and submarine bases in the islands by the !' United States. Word from tho Philippines is that the people expect early Independence and will be sorely disappointed if they, do not get It ', "No nation has the right," said Conv gressmnn King "to hold another people In peonage, even though It may be argqed by the professoriate that the condition In simply one of 'tutelage.' "A little more observance of the golden rule In nntlonal and international affairs would soon dispel that desire for exploitation, the fiercest foe of freedom In the world today. "When we went to the Philippines we declared before the whole world that we were not actuated by any selfish desire of conquest or territorial aggrandizement, but solely by humanitarian Impulses." Congressman King called attention to the fact that Filipinos are now raising funds to erect a monument to, Admiral Dewey, which he said was in-- 1 directly a tribute to the American people as well as to Dewey. He recalled the cable that Dewey had sent to President McKlnley, which was as follows : "In my,op!nlon these people (Filipinos) are superior in intelligence and more capablo of self government than the natives of Cuba, and I am familiar with both." Congressman King then recited the preamble to the Jones law, passed August 29, 1010, nnddeclarcd It was ai definite pledgo of Independence. Tho preamble stated "It Is ns It has always been the purpose of tho people of the United States to withdraw their sovereignty over tho Philippine Islands and to recognize their Independence as soon ns a stable government can be established therein." Congressman King stated there was no question but that the Filipinos had established the specified stable government and, therefore. It Is tho solemn duty of the United States to grant the promised Independence. g SPRIO NEWS MJUil-H.H- 'Mens and Boys s!VernonlV$ Tho Comraonweulth is pleased to anuounco that Tudgo B. J. Bethurum has selected for his campaign manager in Wayne County Mr. Joe Brown, son or the Jato Gy Brown, und nephew of Hon. J. Austin Brown. Judge Bethurum is fortunate In securing the services of Mr. Brown in this important capacity, us he is a young, vigorous und popular Republican of that county, and no doubt will manage the fudge's cumpuign with skill and ability. From the reports that reach his office, Judge Bethurum will recoive u much larger vote in that county than he did six years ngo. Practically all of his friends in tho other race aro st ill for him and ho "finds that huudreds of Republicans that voted ag&ins him before will vote for him this time. This is gratifyiug to tho many friends of the Judge, It is well known that Judge Bothurutn will make heavy gains in all the other counties of tho district, and if his friends in Wayne succeod in rolling up a majority tor bim, as now seems certain, he will carry every county in tho district, and Pulaski will more than double the majority given him before, and Clinton will surely go for him this year. It is announced by Mr. Moeco, manager district for Judgo Bethurum, that Hon. J. Austin Brown, of Wayne, will again tako the stump for the judge. ( The Commonwealth.) Rock-castlo Outfitter s HAN S FOR D A FARMER CURED RHEUMATISM. 'A man living on n farm near here came in a short time ago completely doubled up with 1 rheumatism. handed liimu bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment and told him to uso it freely, "'says C.P.Ray dor, Putten Mills N.Y. "A few days later he walk-e- d into the store as straight as a string and bunded mo a dollur saying, give me unother bottle ol Chamberlain's Liniment; I want It in the house ull the lime for it cured me." QUAIL Mrs. Charley Brown of Living-sto- n This Flllplna It making a Philippine hat, which li becoming quite popular with both men and women In the United States, and la usually a source of great pride to the wearer. FILIPINO INDEPENDENCE, BUT NO GUARANTY " I (Chicago Tribune.) We do not blame tho Filipino people for vtuntlug their complete freedom. It In the natural aspiration of mankind. THE ROAD TO HAPINKSS You must keep well if you wish to bo happy. When consti patcd take one or two of Chambolain's Tablets immediateThoy causa a ly offer supper. gentle movement of the bowels Mrs. M. P. Fenzlo nnd ton, Par- Jack, has been .visiting her ents, Mr. und Mrs. Welsh, for the past few days is visiting relatives hero this weok. J. A. Proctor of this placo is going to mako his futuro homo in Indiana. Miss Mary Majors of Clareuco ts with her sister Mrs. Florence Albright this week. Cecil Taylor is build-'nhim a dwelling house op his fathers farm and will soon be ready for housekeeping. Misses Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Earnlo Mabel and Zona Norton spent Ilerrin was out from E ubanks Friday with Miss Delta Logsdon. ' last weok. Vorlia Mulli ns spent Mr. aud Mrs. Bon Albright Monday night with Mrs. L. B. spent Saturday night with Brown. Earuio Herrin has sold Russell Albright. (Jillis Brown his farm to D. L. Dillingham- spent Saturday night of last' Willie Logsdon. I. M. Ilerrin and week with Lewis Brown of Gillis Brown were In Mt. Vernon Mullins of Bromo buturday. Dr. Bryant of Woodspent Sunday with Elsio Horrin. ' stock was here Tuesday to see M. J. McMulhos culled on Miss, Miss Lcunle Dillingham who has Ada Adams Sunday. Mr. und scarlet fever- .- Miss Elsie Ilerrin Mrs. Willie Shutts spent Sunday spent Saturday night and Suuduv with her parents Johu Mason, with Nelho and Pearl Purcoll. g Guy Dyer visited relatives ct Dahl Pulaski County. Saturday nnd Sunday. Herbert Bullock was the guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullock Sun. There was a large crowd out for prayer scrvicts Sunday ut Bluo Springs. Mrs. D. G. Bul lock und family wero tho guest of Mrs. Bullock's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullock Sunday- .Claude Cheney made his usual trip up from Bloss Sunday. Messrs. Lod Owons, W. H. Nor ton, J. A. Grider and Irvine Bullock wore the guests of Othor and Dewey Bullock Sunday. Roscoe Cheney was tho guest of Misslva Kincer Sunday. J. C. Graves says the June peaches will soon bo getting ripe at his place. Misses Myrtloand Rothie Price wore tho guests of Mrs. Swannio Bullock for the week end. Harvey Bradley of Bloss has purchased a farm from Pete Cummins and moved to it. John Poynter of Pulaski county was up for services at Blue Springs Sunday. The furmers in this section aro preparing for crops. John Albright who has been sick for some time Is very much improved. Borned to tho wife of Roscoe McKinney a baby girl. Littlo Luther and Devert Mckinney spent Monday with their grandpa, James Brown. Edward Mink who has been sick for the past wpek is some better, Mr. aud Mrs. John Dillingham spent Saturday night and Sunday with tboir son D. L. Dillingham. Mr. and Mrs. H. Doan visited the family of J. W. Mink Sunday George Albright is very sick- Mrs. Emma Capps is in home to spend a few days with her moth er Mrs. Bottie Brown. H. H. Mink and Wm Brown were in Brodhead Saturday on business. Joe Vunhook, the traveling salesman was through here this week calling on t e merchants, Cleve land Mink says he's going into the poultry business prette heavy thin year raising Rhode Island Reds. Miss Sarah Albright spent ' ASKSINDEPENDENCE Monday night with her sister Mrs PHILIPPINES FOR Bessio Proctor. There is going to be some dwelling houses put FranManila. up on lover's lano. Mrs. Lottio cis Burton HarriGentry visited her daughter Mrs. son, former governor general of Mr. Bertha Stephens Monday. tho Philippine IsMort Owens who has been sick lands, offered to for some time is no bettor. Bert tender his resignation eighteen Mr. Owens is on the sick list. months ago upon and Mrs. Br?dley Brown visited condition that the Secretary of War W. H. Gentry Sunday. Wo are recommend to having some cold weather in this President Wilson part of the conntty. I think tlio that a Filipino be appointed his sucwomen will have to sow their cessor. He mado Mrs. V. B. garden seed later. Francis Burton the offer while In Harrison. Dillingham visited J. W. Mink Washington In 1010. Saturday. Misses Vira and Discussing Phlllpptno Independence, Mario Brown visited Mrs. H. H. the gocrnor general said: "I can see In tho future n very Mr. Bronner Mink Sunday. Sexton who has been sick is very beautiful vision. When the ting ot the Philippine republic slmllbo hoistmuch improved. ed, when the Stars nnd Stripes will Mens aud boys clothing. Sutton & McBee. come Hunting down to tho strains of The Slur Spangled llanuer' that flag, Old Glory, bu rich In huppy and honorable achlewments, will be made doubly dear because It will mean that the Uulted States will havo kept Its word to the people of the Phlllppluu LINCOLN HAS COUNTY AGENT The Fiscal Court of Lincoln County bus mado an appropriation ior n County Agent. Wo are glad to note that every county bordering on Rockcastle is falling in lino with us and getting a County Agent. Wo of Rock- castle can boast that onr effici too, ent County Agent has put on u On tho sixth of August, when poultry project which no other the shortning bread is dono, adjoining county has done. This I will got tho shortning broad is being financed by three ot upper crust and crum. our ,banks. It look now that W.H.Carmical. most all tho chickens In this county tnis year will bo Red. Now georgette waists at Sutton & McBeo's You can get strap pumps at ing in our bread. Tom Ball says, "Littlo Bill I will got you in a stow, Mo and my folks like shortn ing in our bread too, Jess Debord said to littlo Hill and Tom, the bed is to long for you I love shortning in my bread Islands." .. School of Journalism In Philippines Manila. A school of Journalism, the, first In the Far Hast, has been established at the University of the Philippines, In Manila. Admission to the School of Journalism Is limited to third and fourth year students who have shown marked ability In the use of English. The course Is open to both men and women. A class of about 60 rtglstered at the opening of tba Journalistic ours. g j , Sutton & McBee's and Tholma hetu from Bromo Sunday. Misses Maggie Brown b. W. BETHURUM and Mayino Farris of Ottawa ATTOKNEY AT LAW wero the guest of Delta Logsdon & M'i'.VKHNON, KY. Saturday uight. There Is singing A Will practice In all the ouurU. Office on Chut cu btreut at Providouce Saturday night. A Everybody is invited to como. Hazel WANTED: A gasollno engino or three horse powor. See or write, A.U.Sparks 2S"U. Mt. Vornon Ky. two Brown Mul)in-wer- vjCrpCeXX p C.C.WILLIAMS Attornay-at-Law Mt.Veruon, Ky Will practice lii all the CourU, State Office ou and Federal. Church Street. " .y W li wtwrm!Tmww I CLUnWOK-RUCKCASTLl? ti- g now. riom week. - 1 will got somo more COUNTY. From, Delia FovVlar Club member. Wiklie, Ky. March 24, 1921. RKSoUJ PION NON AUTH.ORIZ A Passing Landmark of Old Manila I i The Progressive Re's. Little ING OILING OF THE STKEliT 0FTHH TOWN OF MT. VER- As i X '' I' I .. k i At o regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the town of Mt. Vernon, Ky., held at Mr. Uobi'rt Spnce Peoples Batik building Dear friend: the regular place of meeting, on the tv'j 1 could not get a pure bro 7th day of April 192 1, n full t s is gftbig nlong fine nnd is plnn- - I bought a good stock pic, wliiit I can make out of it lot bonrd being present, unonimou.s-l- y ning ti. dosoino oxcellont work. pnjsed the following reV( now Imvo 25 clubs organi- breeding purpose and if "i v iijt I solution: good work In the to koop me in tho cluli a r gut zed null doing WHEREAS It is deemed to TliIM!. County Kuril club hns nn nil tilt will do the best I can. be to tho best interest nnd 5- -s Yuurs, jfMt ' "?WM'tfai?!rMr'AM person who is locnl leader nnd is welfare of the general public VillPim''ninp,itll. helping to promote the intoiest I'tiiut l.tck, Ky. ond whereis more than fifty of our young people In these 35 (50) percent of the property ownMarch I4, 1921. clubs wo bavo about 300 mem ers along said streets to be oiled Dear Mr. Spence: bers. have petitioned s.tid Board to, Knch clubmombor is asked to I have got tny pig. 1 want yon pass such a resolution, therestart keeping records April 1st. to bund me n3 record book so 1 fore, books and instructions can .study it 1 will thiiuK you n( Hip fnmmn old ltrli'pi of Prnln, Mnnlln. It Is All record Tills l n pliotoemph Bo it resolved: That Main sent out. If club very much. plim- has Imvm tnkcn by have been for in now n ilcp.irtfil l.iiKlimirK of the I'lnl pimu-sstreet begining at thceest corner nru Jmiri brldcc In tin- rutin- Orient, tl ciiu of tin- !lin't IiiMiIki-members haven't received these Yours truly, n V. A. Jones s iiniiicil In Imiiur of tin1 Into Tin- .liini'S ItrliUithe lot owned by W. H. tliiuss they should write to Filipinos liiw of lillil which promised the Willi. in Uotkin of VlrKlnln, iiiilhor of tin- .Iniii-Levlsey, on East Main street and the County Agent at once and Independence iipmi tin' I'MnlilWlniirlit of a siiililo gowriilni'Mt. Club member. extending Westward to the corThe old Itililp1 of Mmlri Js cillcil "tlu mother of Manila's lirldpoo." The let him know. Conway, Ky porate limits of said orlplmil liddce mis liullt of pontoons wm'tliiiu bi'tuivn the je.irs lfiUO und street at stone hi hip! shown March 12 1921 the intorsectin uf Quarry street 1C0O, lnon as the IlihUi of l!o.i(s. The earthquakes, and was ulme FARM INTEREST. once It was twin: dmu.iKcd tj vmis built nhont HSiO, Robert, F. Sponte and corner of lot owned by R Fertilizer has been our-b- ig jydJtiilWjiJilliy.jLj)iuJ. Rerea, Kentucky question up until now. Thanks Eparxs anu uegiutng at ine Dear Sir: Islands tin lr Independence before they be to the farming interests and intersection of Richmond and 1 receivpd a letter from you hate ennsy to rebel. Main street and ru lining North, all those who stuck for a lower some few days ago and you on PRESS COMMENT There are hundreds of thousands of this type of young men In the Philippines. price on fertilizer this year. We Kicnmonu street to the in Shall We Let Philippines Go? wanted to know what I wus go- tersection of Nowcomb They are to be the future rulers of the destinies of the Islands. (Cedar Itaplds (la.) Kepubllcan.) aro now getting it for $20 and street ON PHILIPPINES ing to raise in the club, lam said street to oiled The United States cannot continue possibly will get it cheaper before us provided 303, and only a small percentaRe of The Filipino has been much going to raise corn. So hoping in chapter 106 to hold the Philippines unless this na.This Is tUrm arc uncivilized. They nre fast of the Kentucky dJiUhit corn planting time. It's now at a tion wants to Rive the He to Its own to hear from you soon. Sunday supple- becoming educated, nnd will ultimatelargely because The Philippines! Stattes, an act sf the general ments have made the specialty of professions In tlir matter. The United price whore a farmer can afford ly make good citizens. a I'nM.) (SI andoah (la.) Yours truly, States must keep faith with thp world. to use it. Fettili.or should be Suxenty per cent of tho Inhabitants Assembly of 192O. the Our hi. 'ii of tli Philippine The American people do not want the Peasley Mink hill tribes as "typical" niiplnos, which uf the Philippines oer ten yenrs of Be it further resolved: That In to net mil us ipiiilJ) as Philippine Islands to beccmj tiislr used broadcast, with at least 250 ace. according to the last census, aro Club member. mid Mil out. What do jou mi)? all abutitig property owners ..is Cfar from the truth. f the Philip literate. This Is a higher percentage pound? por ncre. Or 200 pounds Irish question. teur popuUaten-oMarch 28, 1921 along suid broadcast and 50 to 100 pounds streets bo required pines Is 10,350,010, of whichu 0.41)5,272 of literacy than that of any South Dear Mr. Spence: Filipinos Are Making Headway huM! Alneril'ltrrcounlryr higher tTuuVlhaTof. Our Little Brown Cousins to pay the cost uf oiling: that are Christians and vlvtlUvtt.-uliused in drill at the time of plant(Mt. Vernon (0.) Ilepubllcan-News- ) I received your letter and said streets shall be oiled twelve been so for 300 yenrs, possessing a cul Spain, nnd higher than that of any (Arjius, KikI, Isl.md, III.) ing. 75 to 125 pound is too little turc and refinement that will compare of the New Republics of Europe whose) The Filipinos nre making an Milking that Filipinos bulletins and was glad to get (12) Theie Is n feet wide, except that portion favorably with that of other countries. Independence Is being guaranteed by and Intelligent campaign for In- to use. It doesn't pay unless we And It Is want their Independence. Mr Spence 1 am going U 855,- - the Allies. The number t that they dependence. They nre urging their use enough to get somo results. them. of Main street between the rail Just possible, as they to raise the Rhode Island Red claims- with shrewdness and vigor. the Islands, lietttr tliuu. we lu Clover and grasses should be road crossing and tho corner of A TEST OF FAITH oxer here, are the boxt JikIkc of They declare that they have proven WITH chickens. So I will close. W. M. Poynters property on ASKS INDEPENDENCE bejond question that they are capable grown more if we expect to keep they are lilted for Independwhether Yours very truly, and they believe up the fertility of our soil. Crop OR WITHOUT PROTECTION (Chattanooga News.) Spring street which shall be ent e. The United .States mints no of Mary Hazel Ogg outburst In the Philippines us Iceland that ulth Independence the Filipino rotation should be practiced by We hae frequent occasion to proEighteen (18) feet wide and that faces In Ireland. The easiest way to will so conduct himself as t gain tka test against the efforts of Jnpnn to Club member-Wildithe farmer in order to save and that said oiling shall be done Manila, P. L wwraggyvi Impose her dominion upou uuwtllUg bead off a rebellion Is to five the respect of the world. 3K Ky. peoples, yet we huve thus far fulled mo ey by ferterhzer and make between the 1st and 15 of of The people ef the Philippines to exemplify tho Ideals which wo recApril 2. 1921 money by crop production and June 1921 and that the cost for Independence want In ommend to Japan. If wo should withMr. Robert Spence such oiling will be approximately grazing more live stock. draw our soereignty from the Philipwhatever form Dear County Agent: pines, In accordance with our repeated 5cts per square yard, to bo paid they can get It, Mr. W T. Hicks of Wildie has promises, we could the mure consistWe have decided to raise equally by all abutting property Manuel Quezon, G yearling bulls for sale running president of the ently ask Japan to follow a similar senate, from $75 to $150 each. These Rhode Island Reds. We have owners. Philippine course toward Shantung, Manchuria declared In an adund Siberia. Our plea would have a Z Section 4, chapter 100 Kenbulls should stay in Rockcastle got live settings. Fish's rwi dress before that great deal more force If we could 1 Special Your club members, IJjPljl tucky Statues provides as follows: body. instead of being shipped to make It with clean hands. To bay that Alice, Erma and a Louisville and sold at tho bull After streets have been oiled in "Let the Amerithe Philippines are not ready for In" Leona Campbell. accordance) with the Jer.olutions cans In the Philip dependence Is merely to express an sale in June. He says he will pines and those lu gratuitous opinion. . Brodhead, Ky. It passed by the Board of Trustees the United States Manuel L. Quezon arbitrary, easy to create conditions la sell on time or trade for other perfectly March 7, i92r every property owner shall be know that the peo- - President Philip-pi- In one's own mind that no people stock in order to keep the bulls P'ne Senate Mr. Robt F. Spence the Phlllj- Our in the county. given a written notice by the pinesofcovet their freedom, liberty and eer could comply with. plcdgo delay Is a about respecting our own I'ounty Agent, clerk of the board of tru tees of political emancipation so much that rctlcctlon on our national good faith will loa n I believe our banks Bereft, Ky. the amount due on oiling tax, they will not hesitate to receive from and a constant InUtntlon to Internamoney to farmers on good time Dear Agent: the Congress showing therein, the number of complete and of the United Stntes tional complications In tho far east. to buy bulls. The Citizens bank absolute Independence As I have joined your Junior feet bordering and abutting on in Brodhead will loan money to without protection," Quezon said. INDEPENDENCE OF PHILIPPINES Club, to raise poultry 1 think 1 such street or streets and the "If the United States, dlctnted by Its any of its customers for i shall help to Paint Rockcastle cost per foot, and it shall be the own Interests, decides to extend pro(Atascadero (Cal.) News.) months without interests. Lets tection to tho Philippines, well and Red by raising Rhode Island duty of tho property owner . . . Tho Philippines should be to good. We would accept that as a sokeek these Shorthorn bulls in Red chickens, t want three set- pay the same to the collector Independence, which Is of lution of our problems. If not, let us given absolute right, Rockcastle County. r een If we are their natural . tings of egs and as Brodhead taxes of such town within thirty have absolute Independence In well aware thut they have not yet form we can get It." Bank is nearer I think it would be (30) days after he has reoeived POULTRY President Quezon declared that If reached the full stature of AmericanThe first St ite Bank, Living better for me to get my eggs said notice, and on nis failure to the question were put before the ism. We oursehos hue not reached OS per cent "would it so hmg as wo InslsTT upon govern-- " F iltpiiTOS- ston has distributed 150 eggs for there. I sure do delight in cur cio so there shall bo imposed upIng other peoples ugulust their wllL favor absolute Independence. hatching during March, Peoples ing tor little chicks. I am going on him a penalty of Ten per cent Bauk, Mt. Vernoi 350 and Citi- to do ray best and try to hatch on the amount due Ly such prop A HOME COURSE IN DOMESzens Bank, Brodhead about 1000. and raise every ono I can from ertv holder. NOTICJE TIC SCIENCE This is increa?ing our poultry the three settings I am much Approval by the Boark of Those whs have not donnted to" business and getting better breed delighted in our club und am go Trustees o the town of Mt. Ver " Twenty Lessons in Domestic tho cemetery fund will call on V. Cull at your bank and secure injj to try to do my part in keep non, Ky. this April Science," by Marion Cole Fisher M. Poynter, Treas. and turn 14 1921. pure bred eggs for batching for ing cur Club up at Chesuut W.BSigmon, Ohm. has recently been received by us their donation ovor to him, as tho April. Get eggs and help "Paint Grove. Board of Trustees for review. contract is let and the work will Rockcastle County Red." Your club member for PaintCopy Attest: E.S Albright, This is complete advanced start Monday April 18. So don't ing Rockcastle Red, Robt. F. Spenco City Clerk. course in domestic siotco and delay this ss the work will be County Agent. Singleton Elizabeth home economics boiled do'vn to pushed to COTiDlotian. AGRICULTURAL JUNIOR Chesnut Grove Club. W.M. Poynter, Treas. mot March 23. at W. C. Johnson meet tho requirements of the (Read them) CLUB LETTERS. REPORT FROM CLUB with eleven members present hounowifo and the studotitT Orlando, Ky. (Read them) LEADERS March 12, 1921 Scaffold Cane Junior Agricul- This was an enjoyable meeting la the type of schoolroom that Is rapidly making an English speaking This Tho entire course consists of Tho tendency of medical opened by singing club songs, Mr. Spenco: ture Club. nation out of the 10,500,000 Inhabitants of the Philippines. twenty pructial lessons-on- o hundSLieuce is toward preventative and members answering to name I thitik I will try your stock Rockford, Kentucky If a teacher In a public school In they are more grateful to the United The Junior Club met March 26 by telliug what they intended to red pages filled with tho most measures. It is easier and better the I'hlllpplncs desires to punish a States for, than their school system, of chickens this year. I will get which has been declared by muny com- them at Mt. Vernon. I waut you with to members present, for grow, After busi ess, refresh- valuable information the house to prevent than to euro. Pneuchild, she doesn't hae to apply the monia, ouo of tho most dangerruler. She simply sentences tho offend petent critics to be one of the flnest to beip mo get them I guess I instructions on club work and ments were served, then singing wifo can la the world. While the system wus Iok pupil to remain a nay from bchool Implanted In taught ouly in domestic sience ous diseases that medical mon Islands by Ameri- will get them on time and pay agreed to meet again April 2nd, and benediction by leader. the a few da) s I have to contend with, often folcans, every cent of the cost has been without our County Agent as inJ. W. Riddle, leader. schools. This Is the most soere punlxhmcnt cheerfully borno by the Filipino peo- for them November 1st. lows a cold or attack of the grip. Hummel Junior Agriculture Please advise me at once what structor. Do you know tho relative value she can Inlllct, for Filipino children ple. The schools are making an EngTho cold prepares the system Wildie, Kentucky take an almost abnormal pleasure In lish speaking race of the Filipino na- to do Ora Viars Leader Club of food, which fruits to use for for the reception and dovolope-megoing to school and acquiring an edu- tion. Kugllsh Is the official language, The Junior Agriculturl Club Scaffold Cane Junior Agriculto bear from you soon. Hoping cooking, what purpose salads of the pneumonia germ. cation. '1 lie allVlllpIno legislature. In and It Is declared will continue to be met March 29, at D. L. Carters, From your little club member, ture Club response to the popular demand for when Independence. Is granted. serve, the correct use of condi- Tho longer tho colds hang on, tho with six members present. Min"Tho Filipino bo)8 und girls are Rockford, Kentucky Robert Drew. "schools, and still more schools," Is ldtchen grenter the well balanced, doclln and Industrious danger. Pake Wo the Junior Agricultural utes of last meeting read and ap- ments, about proper constantly Increasing Its appropriaMt Vernon Ky. tions for education, but the schools can ws March 12, with six proved. Plans for securing new epuipments, about U.S. Govern Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Club met March 12, 1921. scarcely be constructed fast enough to members present, and discussed members were made and pro- meat's bulletins, how to reduco as soon as the first indication of a My dear Mr. Spence: care for the enrollment. cold appears so ns to got rid of it The school enrollment Is now MC0UU My desire is to be oneol pure brodsood corn and potatoos gram for next meeting was plan- the high cost of living, how to nuy compulsory iittendeuce L, Carter without D. promote and protect your own with '.he least possible delay. It your club members on corn rais and pure bred pigs and poultry, ned. laws. When Dewey sailed Into Manila and your families health, how to Is folly to risk an attack of pneuLeader. Ora Viars Leader. ing, as I would like to be in the liuy there were '.',100 prlatu schools housekeeping simpler and moro monia when this remedy may bo Cove Junior Agriculture Club In the Islands. Today there are Q,5U0 corn contest Please write and schooU and colleges, with 17,000 Filieconomical and pleasant by obtained for a trifle. Orlando, Kentucky. tell me the corn that is best and pino teachers and about 1,000 other utilizing modern science in tho Tho Junior Agriculture Club where I can get It. teachers, 'Ml of whom uio Ameilcuns. Accept homo. You rs truly, The I'uUerslty of the Philippines Is Ji No Substitutes the center of leurulng of tho entire This book, wo note, is pi iced Mouroo Purcell Orient, and Is the pride of the FiliI at $2,00 per copy and from what for Club member, pino people. It hns an etiiollment of University of the Philippine which we For Infants and Children understand it contains a 3,500 students. Suuto Tomiis univerBrodhead, Ky. sity of Manila, older tlnin llurifird. In Has an Enrollment of 3,500 8tudnta. complete $100.00 collego rourse, In Use For Over Years March 14, 1921, Aloifliir fliinmia koiit nf h.iirikliif pupils," sns Junius It. Wood, who was condensed, and it is practically Always bears The school sjstem Includes normal sent to the Isluuds by the Chicago Dear County Agent: the FREE to every interested house- Signature schools, agricultural colleges, twenty-iee- Dully News to Investigate conditions BLACK-DRAU6HI am glad to say that I have T farm schools, a nautluil school there. To attend school Is a wife. Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid decided to raise Rhode Island nnd a school for the deaf uml blind. to a Filipino child or young inun, troubles are most dangerous beWrite the Homo Economics The Filipino pupil, In addition to not an unwelcome duty. In the cities Red chickens and have already insidious attacks. of Department of the Calument Bak(.riilug Kngllsli and In addition to Ills those who work days g to school at four settings. Will try u get cause the their warning they give D Purely B first Heed 1. ir studies, learns basket nuking, night. ing Powder Co., 41OO.28 Fillmore. Your club member that they need attention by taking w Vegetable let) and hut w fining, the 'Today there Is hardly a barrio more St., Chicago, Illinois, for leeullar to the Islands, its "Hell whero joungsters cannot be found who Bobbie Mays lu. JvU p:4bwkrs COLD MEDAL i"ttrdiri4; tho omestte sciences apd pedugogy. speak IvuglUb. Montr back without qntttloa of the hoi'J Brohhead, Ky. If HUNT'S Sulv. rtllt In tha ,e more positions than can be of representatives und eighteen ef the JJook and how to secure it. trutment of (TCH, ECZEVA. March 14, 1921. ' the trade school und com- - twenty four senators speuk Kugllsh. KINQWORM, TKTTHK or In F. othtr Itchln? akin dlicuea. college gruduutcs. The trade the next election. In 10122. the vounr Mr. Robt. F. Spence Try a 73 cent boa at our iltk. 'rlculiurul schools produced SI,-- . men of the uew schools will be step- Borea Kentucky Tin vjoild's standard r sandy for tbM w.oSO north of goods In lUl'J. ping Into coutrol, und the first great ' disorders, will ofun ward off these Dear Sir: FOR FLETCHER'S There Is nothing thut the Filipino goal of tho public school system will strengthen the body agdnst people tale tuoro pride In and thut huve been reached." I am raJ9ttt Rhode Island Red furtturand attacks. Three sizas, all druggiaw. FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S chicle ens I have got two sot Lak far Ik uaa CoU MWtl a e?ar 00 Imllithm I 1 Rnrk mid Calloway Junior Aj?ri 'ctiliute Clubs have nil had a The County meeting this woelt Agent met with thesu clubs nnd gave instruction as to Mnrting the work April 1st I3ich club J a Moden Filipino Actually Looks ii5,n'SffiMF ".rWjA il ! , - - s - - - - Cotunv-smn- f - s bc-lti- t, mlsrep-reejl- lf JUultCO-StlUC- A seml-nuUe- tnc-tlo- -- Inten-sh- e Auiorl-tan- s - e, -- s9ra v.'l I 9 wflfmSr fjJjLjtVSEOf m H e Schools Are Making Filipinos An English Speaking Race frqe a? , rt, Fpl Bl what-ee- te, 25-- 21 i ossess-horetof- ore nt g : 'jEfcTjfnPB n VICTIMS RESCUED 8 CASTOR 30 A Thedford's prlvl-lc- o C&tf!St g g 1 One-thir- d a Liver Medicine S Children Ory 1 I dls-mi- m Children Ory m I aai aaci CASXORIA CASTORI A Children Ory CASTORIA & PERSONALS list this week. D. C. SALESMEN WANTED 1921 Sell Oil, Oreaso, Paint, Spec, ialties. All or part timo. Commission basis. Should 'nvo car (0 1 l In I. er rijj Samples free. Write for iki ia. fcTI iinrAvn 11 iity- .l lv tho profitable terms. Riverside Refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio. touitvmt 4 NHvint n n.co. FOR SALE : one six year old TIME TABLR. bay mare For particulars see -- 2 uortn 6.09 p m Lcroy Alcorn, 24 nortti 8:27 am Mt. Vernon, Ky. 24 2tp 23 south 12:17 p m 21 douth WANTED : A good second 12:22 a m hand pony Saw Mill. Right band Jas. IyANDRUM, Agent. prefered. Writo or Phone, Phone No. 8. Arch Hayes, Brodhead, Ky. 23 3'- SIGNAL Mt.Vkunon, Ky, Apr. ir, I 1 MT. VERNON RTKSSSSSfi LOCALS 4 t ?tf mnM33i X 3aK9KaiK-"S-!!MBWa- M $ix :Sxff .1 -- -- wmKmw III mm iiUp i&SP Jilt if m I FOR SALE OR TRADE: Good as new Economy King Cecil I'urcell has typhoid fever. Cream Separator. Also two live Write or Mrs. Coo Brown is 011 the sick gallon Cream Cans. call. Arch Hays, Brodhead, Craig was in Corbin this 23' 3t. Ky. they fit aud wear better. Johnson Motor Co. FOUNTAIN W. H. Miller who is working SYRINGES Copyright 1921 JUtt Schaffner & Marx in Coibhi was homo Sunday. FACE BOTTLES. ICE CAPS, I I RINGS, SPRAY s Cnsmnr U. C. brown was up INVALID from Livingston Wednesday. ANDJANYTHING VOU WANT D was in frou; IN RUBBER AT THE DAVIS G. Clurk STORES. Orlando, Wednesday. Baker Sr. and Jr. wore John Hero at last, Spring weathej up from Livingston Monday. and now Fords. Oet yours at once. Horn to .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson Motor Co. a boy on tho tenth iust. Robert Sponce County A Kent is in Mt. Vernon this week. Stores. t lv B. Brown was in Kast Big stockof millinery, everyto .sco his brother J.M. thing for women and children at Brown Monday. Sutton & McBee's Robert Fish was in from Borea first of tho week. Say Mr. Farmer. lam trying W.A. Carson was up from to keop plenty of V.O. Fertilizer on hand Farmers must raisee Brodhead Thursday. Miss Kthel Azbill leaves to- large crop if Judge Rider feeds the babios. morrow for a visit in Berea. Car will land here soon. arrivCounty road Engineer Brad25-- tf Jack Hy singer. bury is a very busy man these ed the latest mo- days. dels in the finest patL.M. Miller and wife are visit ing in Cincinnati this week. Fountain pens are guaranteed by for the new the Davis Stores. O. D. Bryant and Bill Johnson Ford will take you Lhere and season. wero in Cincinnati first of lhe bring you back. week to get sonio now Fords Johnson Motor Co. E. B. Cox and family visited Dr. Childress in Hustonvill " THE Rb Al) TO HAP PINESS on the new and lowbatunlav to Monday. welt Youmust keop if you er cost basis. Mrs. A. E. Miller who has wish to be happy. When constibeen in the east for some time pated take odo or two of selling returned Saturday. Chamberlains Tablets immediate Mrs. Leo Chestnut who has ly aner supper, inoy cause a on the smallest posbeen sick for the past two weeks gentle movement of tho bo we Is sible margin of is much bottor. Dress goods, Laces All Kinds Dr. John D. Henderson and Trimmings and Stam this ped Pieces at The Davis Stores. wife wero in Louisville week. NOTICE "John "Klinlc of tho Brindle By an order of the Fisci Ridge section was in town WedCourt ot Rockcastle County jyMtiaJBCYlXiiilTt nesday. made at its April term, 192 1. Mrs. John Mullins and children Sealed bids will be received for TH K CASH STORE of Berea visited her mother Mrs. the office of County Treasurer of Belle Lear this week. Rockcastle up nntil noon April Mrs. B. B, Begley is visiting 18 192 r. Bids to bo filed with the AGENTS WANTED. her paronts Mr. and Mrs. G. T. County Clerk. Sell tho genuine Waikins Cam Mullins J. R.C.C. Johnson this weok. Prodpcts! Medicines, Extracts, Copy att. S.F.Bowman C.R.C.C Mrs. W. L. Richards was callSpices, Soaps, Shampoo, etc. ed to Nowport Saturday on acGroceries and any. Live Lady or Gentleman Agent count of the sorious illness of Choice Line thing to eat at The wanted in Mt. Vovnou aud other her brothor, A. B. Furnish. Davis Stores. vacant cities. All or spare time Mrs. Hiram Thacker, daujiliter Miss Anna T. Fench of tho Particulars and sample freo of G. V. Owons, underwent a very sorious operation at Berea Wildio section is roported very Write today Tho J. R. Watkins Co. 63 Memphis, Tomr Hospital on the I2U1 inst. She is sick. reported as getting along nicely. Tho 40 men from tho Frank-fo- rt FOR SALE: 250 bales of clovor Reformatory who have been hay. E. Shivel of Whitewood KenAt tho J. N. Griffin farm tucky was In Mt. Vernon Mon- stationed here and working on near Spiro. See J. W. Steele. day. Ho was called to Rockcastle tho Dixio Boone Highway for tho tp on account of the death of his past year or two, wero transfered father, P. E. Shivel. to thoir uow quarters near Pino . Mrs. lna and Miss Georgia Hill this woek. Tho road thoso Miller bavo returned homo aftor boys aro building 13 practilally an extended visit with rolatives finished to Pino Hill. in Harrodsburg. Dr. M.K, Poni.:Rton who died Wm. Maret and wife are here at his home in London last Fri irom Jellico visitltg bis aunt Mrs day was a dentist of several J. Fish, and other relatives in the year experience. Ho practiced his county. Mr. Maret is a son of profession at intervals in M t tho late Buck Maret an d is u Vernon and soon made many friends who regret vory much to World War Veteran. hear of his death. The trial of John Bailey for Countv Olerk, S. F. Bowman Beverly White at Barbous-vill- e a few days ago will bo held Atty. J. A. Owens. J. F. Griffln, bore next Court, Circuit Court aud others whose names wo fail convenes Monday May 2. This ed to get spent most of tho week trial is set for the sixteenth and is on the banks of the Rockcastlo expected to attract much atten. river near Livingston. Wo hope to have a good report from these tioti. gentlemen next week. Baker is in Louisville this week. U. G week. Insist oa genuine Ford parts city, Mr W. H. Davis ono of our home boys, was elected Asst. Cashier to succeed Misses Virginia Crawford and Mary Mullins who resigned. Mr. Davis comes to us from tho Louisville Post Offico department. He is a graduate of tho Mt. Vernon High School and a young man worthy of our appreciation and wo know he will make good aud add strength to tho management of the institution. The many frionds of tho youug ladies who TO TRADE. A tow hundred dollars worth rondored such efficient sorvice during their stay with tho of land notes, to an Bank will always remember the Auto. kind and pleasing manner in Tleo Pigg, which thoy waited upon the 25 tf Withers. Ky. patrons of tho institution. - SAFETY FIRST The most popular play over put on in Mt.Vornon will be given the socond time at tlic school Monday evening April 18, 7 30 p.m. by request by scores of folks that saw the play and a grcator number that did not havo tho opportunity to seo it beforo. Come where you got a good less- on along with plenty of laughter, guaranteed complete satisfaction or change refunded gladly. To thoso that haven't seen it wo assure a great improvement in impersonations, costumes.docora-tion-s, etc. so that it will be much moro pleasing than before. Prices r.s nnd 25. New lino of tics and collars, & Sutton Bank. McBcc. ffJf9B JrTlYjvfjS 'irf'rjsf& F JK5y Change in Personnel of Peoples At a recent meeting ot the directors of the Peoples Bank, this jQfeJ TC Ja . Hogs Grow Fat Fast when they get outside of TUXJEDO HOG RATION economical gains are produced by this perfectly feed. Fatten your hogs for the market on a you arc sure is right. Don't take chances with feed. Tuxedo Hog Ration puts on a top weight and finishes hogs for the scales at less cost per less time than guess-wor- k feeding. Its perfect Cound and in keeps appetites keen while solid weight builds right up. Guaranteed analysis protein, ZVffo fat, 55 carbohydrates and 7 fibre. Use Tuxedo Hog Ration and find out for yourself what a machine-mixestandardized ration docs for your hogs. ' QUICK, old-sty- Wf0 JJIL ...IN... Ladies suits, coats and dresses Sutton & McBeo. Everything to wear at Sutton & McBeo. Tuxedo Hot Ration h malt ly The Eath & Daniel Company, makers 'of Tuxedo Chop, Eft Mash, dc, and Is told by your local dealer. IJ he cannot supply yoa, urttt us for name of nearest dealer. I Big Values JOHN C. KELLY -- THE EARLY & DANIEL COMPANY, Inc. CINCINNATI, OHIO .CONSTABLE... GARRAGE AT CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR Mc-Clu- re Omft&WikSMs' FISH'S 529 FOR FOURTH DISTRICT In announcing myself for a Candidate to this office, would like to say that I am a Republican and have always been one. I Bern-stnd- SPECIAL Spring Suits They've just -r-- TEMPOIHT terns We bought them TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Both Ladies and pentlemen them We're In the sale at Caaq Sectary Tajor,, at auction, beelDDlac Monday, April 25, the cast of bnildlae raterial wlU be reduced in each drastic manner Chat the xnaay 9o have tor several yean I past been livinc in uncomfortable and crowded conditions, because of the shortage of homes, will be enabled to Kelly procure, at their own price, all material necessary for building. lumMany million feet of ber was selected far the construction of this Cantonment, and it was subject ed to the Blast rigid inspection. Hav ing been exposed to weather foe only a short time, it la practically as good as new, and for rough construc: tion work and outdoor purposes on the farm or In the building of a home, It Having been a candidate for some time for the nomination ptirposo that lumber for sheriff will answer every mill does, and will fresh from the of Rockcastle County, subject to the action of the Republican voteis to doubtless sell fur considerably les$ be expressed in the Primary on August 6 th, 1921, ond feeling that it money. hnslalways been the custom to select your Deputies in regarding the The same this County prior plumbing and is true equipment that heating to said nomination, I have hereby selected, to be my running mates and was used at the camp. This will be Deputies. John Mink and W. W. Anglin. sold in small lots so tlrat the sroalV Both of these gentlemen come hidhlv rivnmmon tn m fo,i t buyer will be in as good a position to take advantage of Uieeo bargains as feel that they will serve the people with an honest and upright spirit, and the largo buyer who Is able to boy uphold the dignity of the office bv exerrisimi thpir nm;i ,?m, j .i. soveral carloads. We have this day entered into a contract that we will The U.O0O bulldlng3 will bo offered serve end work one at a time, and the successful bidtogether, for the next ensuing four years should our efiorts in this race der will have the privilege of buying be crowned with success. one or more of the particular type of vAs has been stated. I made the mcp. tnr sWift a building upon which lie made his bid. n,i nrD Many of tho buildings will require was only defeated bv a smnll mnrriin fnnA a foi .i, . cj", "u "" it" niui i11 :ia my .: . nine but tho addition of u porch and u re-- , this time, and fully trust the Republican voters will give me this nomi- arrangement of the Inside partitions to nation ; and should this be done. I assure you that to the best of my make them comfortable homes, while ability, with the assistance of mv dennties rfn nil within mv nnu.r uphold the good name of our grand old County. Respectfully your friend, If elected I will devote my time to the duties of the office and see that all Violators of the law are brought to justice. Asking for your support and influence August 6 th. 1921, One of th many bulMIng at the Cint uar wMch will be order that Mm lumber and Char Material ased In conatrwetlen majr to uMUxMl ! ilimii. tm 4m (J am your friend,' John C. kiln-drie- d te wtanes to go to the furCker est of applying steel lathe cat uaa am Dnttlne stucco on the lath. $m ftjhstlc tboroasbly nodora Bern tpald be had for a mere fraction C wtet It would cost were M not poanibl k secure this Government property at one's own price, at auction. The sale will begin on Monday, Apr! 25, and continue until all of ttte 2,009 eoSdings and 2,000 acres of land ara disposed of. Needless to say, this win be an absolute sale, and the Government will reserve nothing, bat wOB dispose of it all to the highest bkMer. There are many stables, creosote water troughs and cresosotod fenc post that should particularly appeal to the farmer, who can purchase tbem all bis own flgures. The putting of this mammoth Can- -' tonment on the market for sale at auction will do much to lowor the cost of building. Tho original cost of buildings and lnnd comprising the Cantonment was $10,000,000. It will be sold for just what it will bring at auction. A sale of this magnitude baa never beforo been held In Kentucky, and it offers an unparalleled opportunity to those desiring to purchase building material of every description. The taxpayers who furnished the money to build Camp Zachary Taylor will have an opportunity here to profit by the sale of the land and building material, which will bo sold at oaction by the Loulsvillo Ileal Kstnte and Development Company, of Ijoulsville, who will serve as sales agents for the Wat Department. f,r This April 13, 1921. PROTECTION Arfainsf Againsf Againsf BurIairy Fire 24-4l- P To the Voters of Rockcastle County I take this means of announcing myself as a Candidate for to the office of Magistrate of the 4th. District, subject to the action of the Republican Primary to be held August 6th. 1 921. My record as your Magistrate for the past three years is an open bock, and I invite your closest inspection Solicting your support and influence in this race, I am, re-elect- ion Decay 24-G- r t5 Cr.vc tsslK yvc ct. house is properly nal.itcr.1 L is insiucd ncainct de cay. Decay is just as destructive as' fue. Paint, to serve its real purpose, must protect Buy a plcanng effect is only a your house paint with this thought in mind, then ycu viJl think about quality as well as color. iSf iMrfa Ml kill-in- g SWP (Sherwin-William- s Honso Paint) MOtt no mcrfiSi Your Friend W. D. Mullins properties that has in it tho staying, weather-resistin- g give n house protection. It has wondertul covering power, it holds its color and it cvcrlastinglysticks to its job. It is real insurance. It insures protection from the elements; it insures value in your property; it insures LANG'S MINERAL WONDER A natural product of the Western Mountains Iron-Potassi- um. beauty and distinction. product for every s There is a rccial e for floors, smf ce around the home Mar-no- t for walls, Toich and Deck Paint for outside floors, etc Tc'l ua whut you w.nt to paint and we will bell you the licit for yo'ir purpo-Eherwin-WilliamFlat-Tone. Containing various ingredients just as the Great God of Nature combined them and are the same as found in the body of man: not u patent medicine alcohol or opiate, but the greatest builder of blood -- brain and brawn of the body know n Sulphur, Phosphates, etc., in perfect combination; nothing like it in the world and obtainable only from me or my agents in the Agents Wanted stute of Kentucky. Liberal Terms. M. D. KELLY, LaGrange, Kentucky. J a SHERIDAN BOWMAN Mt. Vernon, Ky. Si Dr. G Tyree, Dentist, will be in Livingston, Monday, April J 8 to Saturday April, 23rd. i kg Runts SiiERwm Williams -1 !" "5 S. T. MT. VERNON, Procter KY. . .rTT'-nrrvni- x j .w ft ;'Ag'' ffmmfrsV!Ti 4 hk nR9 Proved LEVEL GREEN Mr. and Mrs bam Muliinsof Covington spent last wcok with her pirents tr. and Mrs J, ,, Blown. Mrs. Giles shells was in Mt. Vermin las' week hivt.tu dental work done, and lnli hiving a tooth extracted she Ind the misfor'.iiuo to haw j.w bon- - li'lo;nte(l, which li her lots of suffering Minn S.illiu Price is visiting rein lives ut Kings Mountain fo 'ays. li Mr. and Mis. Untwn have n new boy nt ineir homo natci tl Chnrloh Leonard.- - (Jinvcr 0. Hi tcher was hcie from Cor bin (luting the week looking iftor their tatm hero Miss Jewel Del ord spout List Sui diy with - m. Mis Mnu'UtK) Ol Price Edd Latham with her parents at Bandy for a fow days Miss I?S8ye H'own spent Friday night with hor sister Mrs Ora Todd Miss Fimnie McICinnoy is with her slsiKr Mrs. Walter Dehord at Science Hill for a lew weeks. Mr', and Mrs! Thomas J. Brown ard sou Jasper Murrell of Somerset spent last week with Mrs. J.N I 11 1 i.--. uSidBt SBfAfa ft.nt.mM ISTluidDfilOhH J wso B CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Clad Surprise It Has Entirely Kestorod Hot Health And She Feels Like A iNew Wonmn, She Says " I have taken many medicinos, and spent hnndieds of dollars looking for relief, but it was only when I got 'Ittnlne that my troubles disappeared," 3a!d Mrs A. Worloy, of Fifteenth St, Ashland, Ky. I had no appetito nnd my stomach was 'n Midi bad con. dition that gas would form, causing a terrible depression around U tci?E - AsSrais"!5 jss STORM AWplaMcTlrcMtattBf,r UimnatinitHcroodbyKW' -- rti;tnm.ictsandlKwcii ItMUULsL-flll Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria The LITTLE SHEPHERD of KINGDOM COME" BL.UE BLOOD AND RED CLASH IN THE BLUEGRASS A FIGHTING SON OF '61 l..r -- n nP.Tl CliNl. i !;.t! V ! iteiiss: Cheerfulness OTXTMne nor Always Bears the Signature of m Mlncrnl. NOT my heart nnd almost shutting off my breath, I would become so nauseated that I could retain the n little I did cat, and at times I had :i, r?s such awful headaches and diz.y spells I could hardly see. AhdijM'S'gSJW SMtf T fV ; "My kidneys bothered ine n ;Consiip.iu",'"'----an- d &S?i fg rear or y backp"ViTiTen" ''so rrvr me so 1 couldn't bend over with 5St' !resaUinC"fre. out sufforing agouy. I was al.S3 Tac Simile s;wWLot most a nervous wreck and at. ce;s,'C night sleep was almost imoos-sibl- o. Brown. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. -- w?2SSS" yiEW 1 Anderson and Children spent 'Tanlac has certainly proved a Sunday with the family of GarIgreat surprise to me, for it has field Isaacsat Elgin. Mrs M. E taken only two bottles to over, Price and daughters Gladys and come a) ray troubles. My apJoyce spent Sunday with Mr. and petite is wonderful and I never Mr .. George THC CCNTAUR COMPANY. NCW YOK CITY. ' Exact Copy of Wrapper. Thompson at Elgin. feel a sign of indigestion or gas. The blacksmith shop of R. H My breathing is free and easy IBJiWSU-wadestroyed early sai awfut wrjr-urday morning by fire. About, dizzy spells. two years ago his dwelling and My kidneys don't bother mo Commissioner's Sale " Reduced fare to any more and my back is entire- contents were burned, and the orign of neither fire has been Esther Kiddle and others, Tho railroads have granted a ly free from pain. My nerves plaintiffs, accounted for. On the 27th of fare of li for round trip to are in such good condition that March quite a nuinbor of the : Notice of Sale. vs. Louisville for the annual session I don't wake up during the relatives and friends of Uncle Ida Catron & Prank Catron. of the Kentucky Educational As night, and I'm so much bolter in Defendants. sociation, which convenes April every way I simply feel like a Bill Brown set a bountiful dinner in honor of his 73rd birthday. 1921. This Special rate is new person. There was thirty eight presont By virtue of judgement and offered only to members ot tho and tho day was passed most of sale of the Rockcastle association and dependent part order pleasantly. Mrs. Snllie Logsdon Circuit Court rendered at its ies of their families and will bo of Quail spent last week with at February terni 102!, I will oflor allowed only on presentation JS her mother Mrs. Mary C. Todd for sale to the highest and best starting point of identification who has been very sick of side issued by the Secrebidder, at public auction, at the certificate 'pleurisy J. B nnd W. L Cum- All tary of the Association. miiis were hore Friday night to front door of the Court Hotte persons expecting to attend the see Mrs. Mary Ping who has in Mt.Verncn, Kockcastle county, meeting should write tho Secre been sick so long Jack Dubord of tary, R.E. Williams, 42i8 South-erKentucky, between the hours is erecting a dwelling house on o'clock a in. and throe o'clock ten Parkway, Louisville, for the bis fathers fjrm und will soon is, In p.m. on the second day May II21. certificate. County SuperintendRiy opinion, the best liver bo readv for housekeppuig. Mr. on a credit of six month, the ents, city Superintendents, prinmedicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H Whiteand Mrs. Henry Todd spent the lo. cipals and other interested school following described property side, oi Keota.Okla. She day .Sunday with O L Hiucher cated and being in the town of people should see ihat their continues: "I had a pain in my chest after ht, and family. J. F. Vuuhook was Brodhead, Rockcastle Countj , teachers enroll and obtain tbo uncomfortable feelthrough this part last Fiiday Kentucky and bounded and ing and (his was very coming to beforo certificate disagreeable 3nd brought ant) little Mrs. Jalia Bruy as follows: Louisville, as tho ticket agent on headache. I was con? daughter, Elizabeth, spent last stipated and kniw it wai will not bo in position to allow Hejjlnninj; at the corner between indigestion and inactive Sunday with hor mother Mrs. J. . J W. Tiiteniul the Wilinot heirs, the reduced fare without the liver. I began the use of OrchL. Thomson. There will be seron tho Mt. Vernon ami Crab night and will bo sold certificate. Tickets morning, and it sure is ard road; thence with Wllniot'flUno vices at Friendship Saturday Special reduction only on April splendid and rjrtainly at a Northeast courto passing the evening at two a'clock and Sungives relief." 18 and 19 corner but running on thesamo day at ten o'clock. Every body is degree joining thejunds of J,V. invited to come, tbo members AGENTS WANTED Tute, lo the Rockcastle Milling a North-weCompany line; tlienco especially. Miss Emma Brown BUSY course to- - t'.ie Ilrodhead and was in Mt. Vernon Saturday the Is your jot) unsafe ? Is it perCopper creek road; theni'ii aSouth guest of Mr. and Mrs A E. You want a life long manent to the Interwltli Hiiid Proctor. Mr, and Mrs John G. business. You can get into such section of the Mt Vernon and business selling more than I37 Thompson ami family came over road; thence with sumu it from Clarence Sunday to seo Mrs Southeast eourJiTlo the beglnnTifgr TAVatkins Products direct to farm ers if you own auto or team or and containing three fourths of an W. A. Todd. Mr ,and Mrs can got onejit you are nnuur .so acre more or less, nnd in the name Arthur Hurst and children and property occupied by John Kiddle, and can give bond with personal Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and deceased, ah lilnliume at the time of sureties. Wo bacic you with big son spent Suturday night und hid death For pyer seventy years In busi selling helps. 52 years this purely vegetable S.unday"wiJL)i.Mr, and Mrs Bond with approved security ness, 20,000,000 users of our. ureparatlon Has been" Poteet near Bee LicK. Mrs. will be requited of the purchaser' products. Write for information found beneficial by thouD. M Cress and children spent Comsands of persons sufferand payable to myself as where you can got territory. ing from effects of a torlast week with her mother Mrs. missioner, duo and payable six I.R.Watkins Co.Dopartment C, pid, or liver. J. M. Broyjes. dato, bearing interWmona,Minn months after .Indigestion, biliousness, est at the rate of six percent por colic, coated tongue, dizWANTED: Men or women to ziness, constipation, bitannum from dato till paid and take orders among friends and ter taste, sleeplessness, effect of a having the force a .d lack of energy, pain in neighbors for thejgenuino guarajudgment, and with lien retained back, pulfiness under the nteed hosiery, full lino for men, on the property for tho payment Maniv back without aucttlon eyes any or all of these women and children. Eliminates If HUNT'S Salv. hill In thi of tho purchase monoy. symptoms olten indicate trMtmtnt of ITCH. ECZEMA. dnining. We pay 75c an hour for RINGWORM, TETTER cr that there is something win Witness mv hand as Commis- otner 7Sucninff box at micas... our lis. spare time, or $36.00 a week for Tiy a the matter with your cent Circuit Court. sioner Rockcastle liver. You can't be too full time. Exporienco iunneces-sary- . G.S. Griffin M.O.R.C. SOI careful about the mediStockStore to. stt fymDrmiuu iAy" ' M V m Sa m t In Use deai-rmrt For Over Thirty Years Kentucky's Quaintest Love Story. The Romance or a Mountain Lad and a City GirL His Heart for the MounHis Rifle for Abe Lincoln. tains. The Lilt of Love. The Light of Mountain Stars. The Struggles and Loves of a Run-awa- y Mountain Lad. A Mountain Lad's Climb to Undreamed-o- f Heights. of CAST01M The Chivalry of Southern Gentlemen, the sturdy texture Kentucky Women, the wholesome, hardy character of its Mountain Folk, the days of '61 supply the atmosphere for Jack Pickford' s thrill of pre-w- ar "Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come," Adapted from John Fox Jr's. novel of the same name. This celebrated novel by John Fox Jr.. has made millions thrill with the spell of tho Cumberlands and the spirit of '61. Sweet as the scent of the Honeysuckle and wild roses that trail the porticoes, of Kentucky's graceful mansions, rich with the romance of Kentucky mountain folk in the hollow of whoso arms the rille rests: with the love story that plays on s such as Jack Pickford's production, "The Heart of The Hills." the heart-string- s - K.E.A 1 1 n For Torpid iil Liver "Ulack-Drauc- ht P THRILLS - TEARS - LAUGHS BOOJHB WAY TH5ATPSE MT. 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Rogers, of Louisville, pastor of the Christian church fills his appointmout hero Saturday evening Sunday mornlngaiid evening. Every ono Is cordially Invited to attend those services. Congratulations are being extended our clover and accomodating Postmaster Granville Owens, on tho advancement of his offico to the third class, It is also made an international Mouoy Order Olllco. itit. Wa have no agaata. THE TEASDALE CO. SSS-OS- T U.G.Baker, President Paoplts Bank Capital Surplus S12.00S.oo CASTORIA Jsr vwriMsV'J I tmWmUliMEMWMMMMMWW Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR WALNUT BTBIBT CINCINNATI. OHIO ltlU.l IXlpra T7