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Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, April 29, J92J mil i Centrally Located between Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Price Established 887 $L50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Brodhead Ella Drown of Lonisvil'e W. A. CROMER FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK ;vxPjBiBiHE?H!HVRIIHHHHIBHIH at Livingston Celia Hiatt, Desslo Misses Niceloy and Mary Langford of Mt. Vernon visited relatives It here later part of last week. js very sad to think that almost all the fruit in tho country is O. R. Foley who Mrs. John Riddle of Danville two parties last Saturday night Indiana, is with telntivos nml with quite n bit or whiskey in Mrs their possession They will be triends here this wo I:. visited tried tor same Saturday. One of fourteen Mildred home her parents, Mr. uml Mrs. J G. the parties was only, Frith Suidav. Jim Meadows yeart of ago. Mi-- s was down from Mt. Vernon SunRobins returned to her day night to utieiid chinch Nicholasvillo Monday Bill Harp is nolo to be tut aflor being confined to his roi.m for two weeks ou account of it jmies received while rail raiding. -- Mrs Lucy McCail of Mureihurg visited her daughter, Mrs. Jim Frith and Miss Lena Mcwiill fruiii until Wednesday Mrs F F Kobbius wus on Cuppui Creek Sunday to s..-- Lor failiur I il. Howard who liab been very sick Mrs. J. T. Lawrence was ut Crab Orchard from Suturdu until Monday visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs, Jop Albright and sou Master Mux arc on their way lij.uio f.oin Floridu where they Rev. Taylor spent the winter. ol Richmond and Statu EvanelUt licngle preached to a large crowd ut the Baptist church Sunday evening. Mrs Joe MeKenzie of Mt. Vernon visited her sister Mrs. Walter Robins Wednesday and Thursday of iast week. Mrs Josh Wilson is very siclc with rouisles. Mrs, Clarice Chandler purchased a house and lot on Main stieet from Mrs. Henry Abbott for giooo. Gordon Prof-li- t and sister Miss Emma left night for Ashville Tuisduy Carolina for a few weeks. North Mrs, Ida Adams was in Mt. Vernon Monday. Master Waller Wiijcl Robins is in Nicliolasville W. T. Brooks vtsitiiigr2latlvos. was in Mt. Vernon during the week- .- O. V. Jarrottand family have moved into the house with Aunt Bettye Tharp on Main St. Town Marshall Bruinmitt and Squire F F. Robbins captured sun-day e alter a weeks visit with her gmndpnrentr Mr Mr. and Mrs I. F Watson. J R. Cass and Mrs. Jncob Elder roturned home Monday from Stanford whore they have beun to see their new grandson Master Leo Cass Elder. Mr. and Mrs N. H. Oliver and son Other, Mis Georgia McClure, Mrs. Will Cottongim, Mr nod Mrs Charlie Rice uml Mrs. Foley and children of Livingston weio here Sunday night to atter.d churcb and visit ed Mr. and Mrs. J. A Oliver. Mr and Mrs. K. J McKinney uud children were at Marctburg Sunday between trains visiting The opoinng ball relatives. game of the season v as iecl Sunday afternoon at L.i uh Orcli ard between our boys una Crab Orchard. We made a splerdid start by a victorious game of 18 Mr and Mr . Campbell to 2 Wilson of Beo Lick and Frank Lawrence and daughters Misses Katie and Mnyme were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josh Wilson SunMiss Jo Davis of Mt. day.sister Mrs. Walter Mr. Robins first of the week, and Mrs. Colmar McCail and son Colmar Jr. visited relatives here this week. F. L. Thompson traveling salesman of Mt. Vernon was with our merchants here 1 1 Ver-vlsite- ' i k ? To The Republicans ot Rockcastle County Having already made my announcement some time ago, I wish to call your attention to a few things, for your meditation and after you have given your duo consideration In this race 1 hope you will cast your vote on the 6th day of August 1921 as your conscience may direct you. First you will please make investigations as to my character, qualification, aud as a Republican should I measure up to those principals, then I think I am worthy of your support. Nover before have I asked the good - Tno.o Mm. J. M. Owens Is daugh-terMrs in Williamsburg with her Judge Walter Smith. B. J Bothurura and Mrs James R.Cook wiU speak at Brodhead May ,7th at 2o'clock p. M. Tyree, Dentist, will be in Brodhead from Monday, May 2, 1 92 1 to Saturday, May 7th. J92L Dr. C NOTICE order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcistle Couuty made at it call term April 18. 1921. Sealed By an Dear friends: Well the Devil ban Lien s.et ting for two months tryiug to hatch a Ho on me. Ho was a long lirno doing it but finally he hatch-eone. But had ho been doing his duty In his own borne or to his own business he would not have tho time to sit around on tho streets and hitch lies on a good woman to beat her out of her rights, so ho has told tosomoofthe votes that I ran John Ronners boy off. Now friends this Is a lie told by tho Devil, who is the father of all lies aud I cau provo same. Mrs. John Kennor d NOTICE Don't turn your stock have seventy acres of excuse. good range, all under good fence, located on Dixie Highway, Green Hill, Kentucky. G.W.Grlfiin itp. bids will be receivrd for the office of County Treasurer of Rock castle up until noon May 2, 192 1 Bids to be filed with the County Clerk. Cam Mullins J.R.C.C. Copy att. S.F. Bowman C.K.G.0 out. No WHITE & MYERS "JULY 2, WtKTM CHAUTAUQUA COMING Nights .a WARNINGS SENT OUT ON WHEAT DISEAbES. Lexington, Ky. In an effort to discover and check outbreaks of tbe two new wheat diseases, "flog mufaud take all which have made their appearance in tho United States warning, have been sent out by Dr. w n. Valleau. plant patholo gist ot tho Kentucky Experiment Station, to farmers, county agents, vocational agricultural teacher and prominent mill operator! of the State to be on watch for symptoms of the pests and report them immediately. Descriptions of tho diseases and tholr method of attacking wheat plants may be obtained by wilting th Experiment Station, Lexington. LOST, botweon Bill Hyatts, and M. G. Fish's, a gold Sautolr Locket. Finder return to Sadie Parsons aud receive toward. THE PROGRAM Afternoon ''SURE-FIT- " ADJUSTABLE has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati and' Paris has returned homo. Miss Juliette Griffin of Mt. Vornon visited relatives and friends hero lator part of last week. J. C. filled, but yet there is one con- tfooro, jowelor of Mt Vernon solation, there is going to be a was here between trains Tuesday The bridge contractors are largo crop of candidates which will bo ready for harvest about here and aro making great headWell tho way with thoir work and" the the sixth of August. carnival has pitched its tonts grading is going along niceloy, among us and is, and the man it will not be many moons unthat sells red lemonade is hero, til tho automobiles cau pass the peanut roaster, tho mollio go thru Livingston and follow tho rmnd, punch und judy and grade up tbe river and that will various other things and games bo so much better thun having the much dreaded too numerous to mention, but to cross Sallio and myself have agreed not Gauley hill where so many cars to attend any as wo want to save during tho past winter stranded. , our money until tho piko is E. W. Quinu was in L ouisvillo &n IJiM. , done and buy us a tin lizzie. J. the last week on business. Wo B. Douelly (the Irish operator) aro blessed with shows this week will leave in a few days for We have two moving picture and shows aud a carnival, True is Lexington Georgetown, other points in a tew days for a tho saying that it never raiu3 we can without it pours. I. M. Fouro couple of weeks visit. now hoar tho engines of two the blind preacher has returded moving picture shows and the from a tour of tho mountains. J dancing of the flat footed negros S. Rowo w.is in Mt. Vernon M. Quinn of Loui3villo at the carnival. Aiut we going week assisting some? Don't know but what we is here this will have tho county scat moved Mullins and Quinn with their down here.- - -- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. show. -- Mrs. J. S. Rowo is visitDavis has returned from a two ing friends and relatives 01 weeks visit with relatives and Skeggs Creek, their former friends at Berea, Lancaster and home. Born to the wife of D. C. Mrs. Sue Mrs. J. H. Walt- Lamb a tine girl. other points. to honor me prove to their party that they on" has roturned from a few Mullins is having her hotel re people of Rockcastle Mrs. W. G. Nicoley is with an office, although I have are what they profess to be. You days visit with her daughter Mrs paired. labored for the cause of my party will find recorded in the script I. H. Mann of Paris. Mr. and treating the Eight Gable Hote 1 Miss have walked ten ures that on selecting deacons and Mrs. Sam Stalworth and children to a. new coat of paint. for 26 years. my.1 elders In the church that they of East Bernstadt have been Clementine Mullins and ZZZs' miles semaLfttaefvote for one ot my opponents should be tried to Bee if their uisiting their daughter Mrs. Lee sister Mildred are visiting rela tives at Mullins Station this Mr. Tom Niceley. who has al- faith is sufficient before they be Mullins for the past few days. Earl Wilson who is attwenty-fou- r come officers in the church. I Mrs. J. B. Jones and daughter week. ready been honored for years in office in this county. think the same about women are visiting her sister Mrs. o. E tending school at London was Mat with homo folks Sunday. W. M Mrs. Cooper as you all know entering politics. They oueht Penington of London, (.Supervisor) was with Hicks has rented his garage to is an immigrant from North Carol, to prove up some Rood things Mchargue Garnet Farris of Paris. Victor ina who has resided in this for their party before entering a homo folks at Loudou Sunday. county about sixteen years and race. Thanking vou all for any Mrs. Cleo McClure has returned Owens of Farriston was in our home from East Bernstadt after town between trains Sunday. has only had the right to vote favor you may extend to me. a few days visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Odell are once. I think if women are allowI remain very truly yours, S E, Hellard was with home thinking of moving to Wildieand ed to enter politics they ought to W. A. Cromer. were over there Sunday looking folks at Mt. VernonSuiday. Mrs. B. H Griffin visit relatives the town over. Mrs. C E. Mice in Mt. Vernon Sunday. Miss Bula Jr. and children have roturned Quinn and her brother James of home after a few days visit with MEDICINE ception and developomont of the Paris are visiting thoir grand- her parents Dr. aid Mrs. V. V PREVENTATIVE Mrs. E. S. Cottongim. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse Arnyx. David Smith has moved his has returned from Seaman Ohio, of medical pneumonia germ. The longer the The tendency colds hang on, the greater the family to London and will make where she went fo visit her parscience is toward preventative Chamberlain's Take danger. city their future homo, wo ents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hunblo. measures. It is easier and better Cough Remedy as soon as the that Robert Maitingly of Paris will mucli dislike to give them up to prevent than to cure. Pneu- first Indication of a cold appears but our loss will be Londons move his family into the house monia, one of the most dangerous so as to get rid of it with the gain. Mt. Vernon was well vacated by David Smith. W. H. disease that medical men have to lea-- possiblo delay. It is folly to represented at.lhe Baptist church Mahaffoy who has been vory sick ntend with, often follows a cold risk an attack of pneumonia hero Sunday but we failed to get for somo time is much better. John Pope of Little Isaac Neal has a very or attack of the grip. The cold when this remedy may be obtain- all names. Huntington Virgiuia was here painful foot caused by sticking a prepares the system for there ed for a trifle. Sunday. Jobn was once a citizen nail in it. Our friend W. R Day boon of this place. Our old friend S.C (master mechanic) has Franklin of Mt. Vernon was ho re making various trips as wo thot Tuesday between trains.- - Mr. over to soo the new grade but it and Mrs N. H. Oliver have re has later developed that one of turned home after a few days Mother Evo's fair daughters is visit with relatives at Brodhead the attraction. -- - S. K. Price is uud Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. visiting relatives at Lovel Green Jim Cottongim and son William this week. - Wo will have a wedot Pine Hill are visiting Mr. ding to write up noxt week. Wo un- Could give some information and Mrs. II P. Felts, derstand that part of the prison- now, but promised to keep quiet Six Days and ers in tho Mt. Vernon jail for the time being, but will givo Mrs. "absquatulated" n few nights ago t'ae writo up noxt weok. in uncllbh means ion Detweeu D. K. Argoabright and son Oicar two days. (Gauloy scribe please left Tuesday for Knoxville Tonu-esscopy.) Mrs. Filard McClure has for a few days visit. Aps returned from a low days visit Cummins and son J. B. wero Mrs. here botweon trains Sunday. with relatives In Jellico. iHHBHI Sun-day.-r-- Il - toast t 1 o Night CAPS YOUNG MEN 1 FIVE SPRING MAIDENS A Violin Orchestra The Croatian Tatuburica Orchestra ABEL CANTU, Lecture "Mexico and the Mexicans" Five Spring Maidens CHARLES' C.' J ESSE, Lecture "Democracy, Divine or Devilish" THE CROATION TAMBURICA ORCHESTRA" J. R. L. LANGFORD FOR SHERIFF. v II. Lambert. Josiali Cummins. 1 A1 The Cash Store 3 4 6 JOSEPH DEVLIN, Lecture "Erin, My Country', "MMK LILLIAN RINGSDOKF AND COMPANY Princess Te Ata Company DR, 0.- - C. MITCHELL, Lecture Tho Millionaire Of Uz " "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" New York Play and Cast r Mine. Ringsdorfand Company HON- - HOMER B. I1ULBERT 11 The Oriental Chessboard" INDIAN-FRIEN- wptdS(Dyxx b. W. BETHURUA ATTORNEY AT LAW MT.VHUNON, nv WIU practice in alLtbe cuuru Office on ChurcU Street PRINCESS TE ATA AND HER THE KILTIES BAND The Band That Toured tbo World l&xa&c&x: Having announced myself for tho Important office of Sheriff of this couuty on April 15th, I am pleased with tbo reports I have recelvod from all over tho county from my friends. It seems to me irom theso reports that I havo made a wise choice in the selection of my two deputies. Theso nion are high class gentlemen of undisputed moral characters and tholr neighbors speak in highest pra so of ihmn. I wish to call the attention to ovory voter of this couuty to this fact, and most earnestly ask that vou make a thorough luvostigat'ou of myself and deputies as to whether wo have tho sufliclcut qualification for tho ofiico to which wo aspiro. 1 want you all to moot an d got acquainted with mo and my deputies during Court. We will all three bo right on the jab. So look out for us we aro out to win and then give you an honost and faithful administration. more could tho voters ask? Yout friend, Wh It. L. Lang toid. - ; , MT. utrrnl Ht ae VERNON FRIDAY, hk SIGNAL AP1UI. 29 1921 cim mnil matter. by U. II. MILLER stimiil " MOUNT VKUNOX, KY the Mt Vernon, Kj. Piw'oMui 1'ubllshcd every ANNOUNCEMENT uuthurlzeil to n'ltumntv UibjVel to the itctioii of the F.ni sit nevt August l'rhiiii, We 110 II. .1. K. J. McKlNNEV, l'or County Court Clerl:. KARI.K WIIi.UPS, Kur t nuiity Court Clerk- HCTHURl At lYrChcult Judo. , t II. C I'oi-Cl- KHNNHDY. i cult Judge. V W T. J, HAM. Tor Circuit Coutt Clerk. V. T. (IJILIi) DAVIS, Circuit Court Clerk. For County Court Clcik I). 0. CLANK For Sheriff WAM5 H. MVF.SAY For Jailer. 1 W.A C ROM Kit jisssk m Circuit Coutt nunoRii Oil.. JOHN I'. PICO, R'ilfM'iit!itIi! Slst DUtrlrl, , I y JOHN C. HOWARD or Jailer MLTI.K TOM TAVLOR For J illor V JOHNNVCI.OXT7. For.l.iiler 1! ISOM SAYI.OR, l'or Jailer. RI'.V CAM MUI..UNS l'or County .liule. h P, BOWMAX, County J itilgi' K-W-Vtttt WM. M. DURHAM For Sunt-- or OKLLARD COTTON. Magistrate 4th Dlstr'ot, l'M-GtWV- ' For SI FtS '" Countt Jmljje T J NICF.f.hV CoiuiU ' Cu.WVl'AIH.K Ith DISTRICT JOHN W MAP.I.OR -- For M.iitfBir.tiQ Couit CI, rl.. isTni8trrer M5II.A MAY COOl'HR County Com I Clerk. Mrs JOHN RKNNi:R For SherilT F F rtOIJMNS. Fur Mnyislrate at li District. HARRISON C. KIRBY For Magistrate ?nti Distiiot. W. H. SIOMOM For MngNtrate 1st District. JOHN C. KELLY, Knr CoiiMnble Mi district, I. W. IIUI.LOCK For Maglshatc District No. 2 MONROE M. MILLER JIis FIJ.EN PRICE For Jailor V. n.MW.i.lNS, Fur MusMrate Ith Diitrlct. I'.. I.. I.AN(IFOltl). For Sheriff. WIU.IAM ARNOM) .lr. ' For Jailer For Jailer. k t The pnoplo generally consider the race for Circuit Judge as settled beyond .question. Every disinterested and unbiased person that you meet will readily admit that Judge Bethurum will be nominaced in the August primary ly a record breaking vote. His majority in Pulaski county will be overwhelming and there is no opposition at all to him in Rockcastle. The reports that we are gutting from Wayne and Clinton are most en 'J here is a reason for all this. The people recognize Lotiraging. in Judge Bethurum all the qualities of a capable, honest and impartial judge. He has always stood for progress, for law and order, and for the intellectual, moral and social uplift of his county. He is regarded by .the bonch and bar as one of the strongest Judges in the State. As proof of this he was elected Prendentof the Circuit Juigi's Association of thj State at its - ,' annual meeting in December of last ear. This honor, coming ??, to' him unsought, shows his high standing with his fellow (The Commonwealth) '"'circuit judges of the State, t ms .Vufcr". AZZ -- ' yfete " .. M .' Li:""' i' - A '"JUJ ZXt Tins issue ot me papor con 0f tiiu stale alio was iroiu i:n tains a list of speaking appoint- - begiuing recognised aj one of tho rrtentsN for Judge B J. Bethurum ablest of tho wn.non , speakers and Mrs. James R. Cook who will nnd there was a great domaniT speak in tno interest, ot juugo for her set vices as n speaker one ethunim's candidacy for re-interested In nis nomination nomination to the olllco of Circuit foi Circuit Jud,c btrcauso she Judge of this Judical District kno 's Judge Bathuru'm; not only The Republican voters of the as u Judge who is fair an-- imcounty both men and women are partial, a judgo who stands foi in invited to aMond the speakings law and order and is fcnli-.paper the discharge of hl$ duly, iti'd and the editor of this Judge who is an able lawyer, t.ut, tliu urges them to do sft Bethurum 's ability as a public turther knows he isa Christian speaker is well known to the gentlemen and a clinnpionof voters ofthis county. As a cam- -t the cause. Mrs. Link further uigner he Is second to none" in knows that when llif wmieiiof makthe Republican pirty tn the state this nation and sttte weiv fight for their rights of Kentucky. His voice has been ing a gre.it it was heard upholding the cause of the that at t e time when doubtful as to the outcome of Republican party in every Judge Betiyrutn since ho reached the age this issue, of majority. His work in behalf while a candidate for the gloat U. ri. b.ma.or in a of tho party in this county has ofTui of speech made this stattuiunt: had much to do with the growing "Boliovlug in justice and majority at each regular election for more than a score of years un-- equality as the crowning ideal wo have left the msjjnificicnt of this Republic the bulwark ot majority in tins county of more its strength and glory, and the He has not only broad foundation upon which is than 2300. campaigned here, but whatever elected the superstructure of and greatness; his party needed him, ho has our national of the further believing that to withold gone to other sections state. His famous debate at tlie ballot from woman is a denial Irvine, Kentucky with Congiess-ma- n of her justice and equality under J. Campbell Cantrlll, in the the Jaw and a itiuk discriminSeventh Congressional District, ation against her, I pledge my inin Governor Itforrow's campaign self to support tho measures tended to seijure full suffrage for for Governor, silenced the Demo cratic press on untruthful the women of America." charges that were being heralded The women ot this district throughout the state against the ought to be uninimous in their Governor. Ho is a true Republi- support of the judge. He was can and never strays from tho not only their friend when they fold. His party regularity counot wereqlamoiing forMhe baUqt but be questioned. When his party he has stood by thum as a judge makes a nomination he never by trying to protect them and "sulk s in his tent" but is alway make them securoau their home found in the thickest of tho fight Tho Republicans of this county battling for the principles his will be glad to welcome these party represents. Mrs. James R. speaker and we: predict thAt at Cook, the other speaker mention- each of the meetings that they ed on the bill is a highly cul ured will be received, .with open arms and highly educated woman and and be givenair heatty recept'on R Cook who the wife of '") formerly lived in this county. G)pd eats ut"Gr2v'sretaura,rit' The women are urged to attend Try to get in. ' ' r, these meetings, if for no other reason than to bear Mrs. Cook. and Miss I.ouesiaJ.Hyslnger In tho campaign of last year she actively espoused the cause of brothers. Wado uritl .Roscoq and M( .V the Republican party and made Mrr ButaS ffitingeMv ere in many, speeches iridirterent parts Danville 'shoBnintrLTUGsdav H - ".:.-.Ms ...'.! t s Louisville Man Gains 23 Pounds Years Trouble Had Weak- edud'Iliin' So Ho Could Not Work' Troubles Ended. For Sale! je PRIVATELY . "If there was over n time in' my life whea I felt better than I do now I don't remember it,'' said Michael McCrone, of 54 South Clay St., Louisville, Ky "I lnvo not only gotten rid of m, stomach trouble and cat air h of tho head that imdo life miser ihlc for live years, but 1 ac1 In The Good City Of SOMERSET KY. 011 0110 earn-piig- n H pound tually weigh twenty-thrre than I did the day I began lakiug Tanlac I could not oat anything except very light food but what gas would form and koqi mo feeling sick at the stomach lor Hours. 1 nau tlie wotst sort of pains in my left side, and at night especially the cr.t.irrh in my head muted me 10 much tiouole I could uct but u rj little test. 1 could scarcely ee 111 A good brick building, two story, well located Mniu Stieet. Sizo of room 100 ft. by 25 ft.. Is of the best store rooms you will find mnt anyulierc. This building 1ms 10 fino living rooms on second floor, the store room has a PInte Glass front mid nil modern fixtures insido. The owner lias sold in the past 12 months $57,000 00 worth of goods. The slock is Ladios mid Gents Furnishings. Will srtll storo building also liuve nthiT good bnshu'ss proper! for sale on Mnin Street for grocery store furniture stout clothing store. nUo some splendid residents nt most any price, Some Farms I also have, a great location for Doc. tor, a splendid office and examining room. Write for 1 11 I.Miig roup ninl it ofttn a' inc. st day before I any sleep nt nil. I lost hirt pound in wigh'. ano had very little strength tind had to stay fo. time. days-a- t was got a pafficulnri7 While reading the paper one everting I ran across n, testimoniray al for Tanlac case so well nnde up my mind io give it a trial. After I had finished my third bottle I was feeling like a brand now man My catarrh was gone, my head felt clear, my stomach stopped troubling me and I coitld lie down at night ana sleep like a child. I can hoV' eat any thing f want and never feel a touch of indigestion I have never felt better in my life than I do now." that-describe- d If you are looking for a location lot me hear from you, I havo them. 1 H. H. LOGAN SOMERSET KY. -. .!.. iormor-concernl- ng -- . 'tVTjTpv JiMmm TTi tilMm Ol-- "&2ftlK jaxzMS J M V Vote For REFERENCES AND SOURC ES OP INFORMATION. 'Farther information write County Agent, State College of Agriculture or U S. Department of Agriculture. The County Agejotis neatest to you and can secure any information for the his corn delay. The above article is only a general idea with a number of suggestions as to making a corn wjjh-ou.trniuc- JOE'S We Are Prepared to Serve You Next Week a With a Complete line of Fresh Fruits, Meats, and at prices just a little below tho other fellows. Call lor what you want, wo have it. Wo issue a cordial invitation to all h &&? M TzWLmL- LiJTf.i .Gtfef Jl '.Z-y 'JHTKSIWlM S A J - $fi.$S&!k--r- M U'"v Ti 1 E3StSnu A Barn Worth Keeping Is A Barn Worth Painting Hfxt-mmlOjA-- - ft B mm III Li lOTJiimLUl Hffll &23 Ml t j&L - l&tt ni'M y- till OVI HI - Bill Davis For -i crop . Circuit Court Clerk Have been world ng and voting for Republican principles for tho past 28 years. Does that prove a fellows loyalty? As to my sobrietv, ask my neighbors; they know and will tell you the truth. Don't ask me, l am a candidate. As to my educational quilifications, will say that I can read spell, figure and write a little with either hand. As to whether or not I will make you a good Clerk, try hid, prove mo and see what you find mo to be. Of course if you ask mo I'll say, ".sure I will." Now friends I am coming again to you asking your support. I wish to say that I have tasted defeat onc3 and it hurt so bid ih it 1 fear the second dose would prove fatal. So for Bill's sake please do not let it luppoti again, for ho sjre doss love to live and mingle with tho good p.ople of old Rockcustlo. Hoping to see you in tho neir future, I am, Your Republican friend, BILL DAVIS. QgaoNHsg Suffer? Zi M- our out-of-to- n friends to lorf with us while in town to attend Court. - - UZi&WjWx&di , fflljf --- w4 fi WonrlewforMe," Declares This Lady. "I suffered for a long time with womanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Ashevllle, N. C. "I finally got to lhe place-1 where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains in my side and back especially severe across my back, and down in my side there was a great deal of soreness. I was nervous and easily tip- -, set. m?L lliT S 11 llSlM -- - JOE'S - barn needs protection just as much as a house, in fact more protection, because it is not built as substantially. You can point to your barn with as inuth pride as you do to your home if it ia painted with A Sherwih-Wiluam- s r aWl PCSjff BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWvXj)j 9 fH COMMQiWEAL 77 BARN RED for barin, corn cribs, silos, fences, It !j mad expro-il- y etc. It is a durable, eutlu.r-roiitiii- g paint for rough or smooth lumber. It sinks in sticks, tight and saves repairs. T. Freely S. Mt Veriion, Rj, To The Voters of Rock castle County Both Men and Women: TAKE There are many of you that have 110 special friends to vote for, for jailer of our county. I want to recommend to you a good man, and one of the best frleads over had. A man that J, ROLLJOOn KGS CAREY ?SP THE DIXTE GARAGE LIVINGSTON, -- KY- - f General Atito Repairing, and , Accessories Call Us When In Trouble has almost been a father to 1110. He fed and clothod me when I wasn't old enough or big enough to earn wages. But that is the RopubUstill not all. He has ulway boon a can party, and has never usked the paoplo for an office before. That is still not all, he lias got one among tho best "women in tho comity. Johnoy Clouts is a hard working man, and a man that is no: able to do a hard days work. You can all tell that by his looks when you see him. If tnere is any voter in Rock castle county that feels that they owe me any' favor they can t .. pay me back by voting for Johnoy Cldnu " of Rockcastle Cqtuty, lames Wins toad, wheel-lior-o.f- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I heard 0! Cardul and decided to use it," continues Mrs. Simpsoc "I - saw shortly It was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for trie. And since thea I 'have been glad to praise ,Cirdul. It U the best .woman's tonic made' Weak women seed a tonic. Thousands lad thousands, like Mrs. Slmpsoa, nave found Cardul of .benefit tothem. ble. or - Ex-Jat- lbr' or wood shingles. They can be laid in a small fraction of the time it takes to lay other kinds of roofing. In spite of their low cost Carey Roll Roofings serve from 10 to 20 years depending on the weight of the particular roofing. If coated occasionally, they will last much longer. Thus Carey Roll Roofings represent the LOWEST POSSIBLE COST PER YEAR OF SERVICE. Asphalt Roll Roofings cost but a of the price of tile, slate, metal, " To ' the Republican Yqfeersnof.j'. Rockcastle CountyJ V A S. T. Mt. - - Proctor Vernon, Ky. " . t ot PRICES REASONABLE m B7G Mullins &'Tarrs" Props. 11 nnnfliflnti. for th of of Aockcastle County, subject to yoiu votes, at,tlev , primary election on August 61921. ,.. I have no lotig story to toll vfau; but will $ay if you, Vrmilna'ie "and'elect me to this oflice I wtU make you au, 'eipieut pfticer,wi will be sober take the best care til it 1 can of i.'i- - iub.H jS T tirtrahv nnnnnn(tn tn OaAif nQ n i offirf n? I "unsl" jr"; '' op-ert- J a huuuiuo manner, Ijiavo alwuys been true and loyal to our grand old party, and expect to re main so either la success or defott. Ideslrotosie you all beYours Truly, tween now and the primary. treat the prisoners In s a H try Cardttlfofyoar trout? AU DRUGGISTS s """ '" - "T ... . - OsH SPECIAL 1 4 m Vpiii'siAT.TJ Lt f I aLNflBBB Vj I BtBaaannsF m William MoNew. MtS READ THE SIGNAL IT w PAYS SIGNAL Mt.Vijhnow, KY, Apr. MT. V.EIINO N In a new size package 2y, 1921 I 2 24 28 21 lounviut L Nmhviui n. R. Co. fflUCltfN llSTRIKEJ an 1 have been to seo Miss Mollie and we had a fine time. She caaf 'fraaghw. how the 'campaign is gofng to dress up the Bull Mooters, tho bolters, and the democrats and things and blend tne colors with the ooon hides' and poisotn hides on tho old log cibln. She dot, t believe that campaign committee has the of the good old party at heart, but only a bluff to pull the alatolnto office. When you give the Republicans of old Rockcastle jCounty a cloan Republican tickot to vbtefor, old Rockcastle county gave a plurality of i.ooO (before the ladies joined hands In the elections), and when yon do not, it goes 180 just as it did six years ago, Well, corn-mite- s' TIMK north norm ..'.. south douth Phoue No. 8. TALK. ,... 6.09 p m 8:7 a m 12:17 p m 12:122 .1? " .' T I Your iNexi uourvcy J. W. Rider juage Jas. Landkum, Agent. PERSONALS uiammeBaBaaHai Mrs. S. (.!. Hrunlcliii, quite lor the lait nock or two, is some bettor now. sick 10 for 10 cts MANY smokers prefer They'll find that -- this compact package often Lucky Strike Q'garettea will just suit them. I Try them dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for 10 cts; 20 for 20 cts. Julian Miller Louisville I. A. this. V loine s in from Nit weoc. wi'tu. Ch..s ot tln vYrnni first Mr. and Mr. Cupper A1 ii!s havo mov d into the piop it. recently vicited by ' am l.tuas. Mrs. C; El Wh.te is visiting her husband in Mt Cannot III. Mr. nnd Mrs A li. Scarks nro in Louisville tins wtelc. a n Mrs. Arthur who lias be.'U visitii.gher mother Mrs. W. Au-(do- It's Toasted Bill Talks .Say. Bill where did you got that swell si i you had on Sundax? I if piys to get them at Fish's and got tl 0 brst. Jim you had better L Richards returned toCiucia-nai- l Thursday. Dr.Jtf. Peningtdn, Ju .,ru M'Hlir.s and County Engineer B idburyweroin Louiwille and Frankfort l.st of the week. V. H. Miller visited Mrs. relatives in Covington last week. Arch Hayso was up from G-tBrod-"bead Monday. When Miss Aln Brown failed to show up at noon Wednesday and was absent at school that afternoon her folks began to wonder what hao become of hsr. II. p. Alter a thorough investigation thoy found she had leisurely boarded the noon train and was joined at Livingston by Mr. Swannio Trice and ttioy kept Roitig until in Jellico Tennefeo and were married TUgbrido is the attractive daughter of Mr. unl Mrs E. B. Brown of tho Quail section and has been in scoool hero for some time, be inir a member of the senior this year will finish nor school wolk. The groom is"tho youngest son of the late Dr and Mrs. Price of Lovel Gr$en ami has a good position with the I,& N at Living ston. Their many friends wish them a long and happy married they-lnnde- d life. Tho people of the town wore surprised Tuesday ovening when the word was passed around that Miss Ella Mao Coffey, one of our efficient teachers in tho Graded School, and Mr. Bradford Srod grass, of Indianapolis wero married that evening at the home of Mr. and Irs. G. S. Hiatt. Tho bride is 0110 of tho attractive daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coffoy near towm and the groom is tho late Wnikor Snod6rass, and is a prorainout young business man of Indianapolis whoro ho has a homo already for his brido. A host of friends hero and in this county wish them much lmppinoss Mrs Bnodgrass will finish hor school work hero and join her husband in Indianapolis in a few weeks. New lino of '.runksat Fish's. Joan Isaucs has opened a new blacksm nh seop on old Main st. thing I evor saw in this county. Yes and I bought it for less that half what I paid for my last spring suit, and is a much .nicer suit besides. Has Fish any Spectl suits like yours? Yes, and a store full of others just as pretty as mino The only trouble I hod in getting my suit was to decide onone ot tho trnny different patterns. They wore all pretty anl a look at tho price tickets, raad&you jhlnk of the good old1 days. Jim Smith 'told mo Fish had already sold over oo Spring suits You know Fishs put on a clean up salo in February md sld out all his old suit ho bought at the high prices and now ho has nothing but brand new suits Well, I m going to town in a few days to get one of Fish's SPECIAL Spring suits and I have to havo a hat, some shoes and other things for mo and the boys to wear. Yes. if you go to Fish's you can get all that for what you pay foi a suit at some places I got a dandy pair of low sliois from him last week for $6 and he has some good lookers at $5. but I got the best and I know r got it at Fish's Cash Storo. Geo, bnltlia' wa (he swellest not wait to long to get that suit for tho day I was there a lot of fellows were earring new suits away and d. had smiles on their fa es. Say' Bill, why Is it Fish sells good clothes so much cheaper th n oil e stores in town? well, Jim, I ui derstand he pays cash for all he buys and gets the cash for all he sells and in that' way can afford to sell 'em fox ltss. Fish has hod a long experience in business here and knows whert to buy bis goods cheap. Tc my knowledge he has sold goods in Mt. Vernon fifteen years. Say, Bill, are you go ing to Sunday School and stay for Church Sun day? Yes, Samantha said 1 bad to go show my new suit. EAT dt Grays Restaurant Old Post Office Building When You Come To Circuit Court Next Week And You Will Always Eat At AT, - GRAY'S Restaurant county roads? is a dollar In roads and Is a dollar In some Rockcastle county tax payers pockot, And for my dear life why canMhis dear people, who pretends to' be your friends nnd your offico holders and controllers and financers of all of your property and taxes, cannot you see and know how to finance your county, to give you something fo r your hard earned onney Any nun who stulia his county and stockholders' interest like be studies his private and individual interests, can take the paid in taxes with the assessed property in this county and give to this people the same amiunt of public improvements that thoy havo been getting for a number of years and pay off all of thls,overhoad indebtedness and take this $ S.ooo.oo paid out for interests and pay out on public road improvements that I learn md know are in a worse condition today than they were twenty two years ago, when I came to your county and started a livery business and traveled every one of them in every direction from Mt. Vernon. At that time we had in round numbers $3,000,000 of taxable property, and now in round numbers we have $6,ooo)000, double the amount of taxibl proptrbr, and our rate of taxes has almost doubled, and roads arc in a deplorable condition, just as they claim Rockcastle County is In a deplorable condition from a moral standpoint, Lets stop right here and pause for a moment and ask the stockholders and those in charge of your county affair's, what are yon doing with our money f We are going to give you until the 6th of August to explain what we have got to show for the unny w3 hwa pild you ? I do not want to be ugly or ruiel but elect ma as county jadga of your county anl if I cannot succeed for this people, like I do for myself, Miss Mollis and the , babies, you will not have to vote ma out at the pales, whan I find that I have bit off m re than lean swallow t will just thrsw it up; nor mortgage the Rokcastle Hotel to buy myself back into t le offi.--e What WS want is busitess administration and not a political administration, and furnish me a man that has any inspiration that has succeeded for himself and I will do all in my power to help nominate him for this plisa. Yours tor cheap stuff and the betterment of old Rockcastle county. J. W. Rider. P, S. oifgr stockholders, let these thoughts go through your mind. Name me one who has been elected to a county ofioe of this county in 22 years who did not come to Mt. Vernon with the seat of his pants out, who today does sot owi beautiful homes, good farms.jstocks in banks, Pres. & Directors, money loaned out on interest (.mortgages on tnehomes of the tax payers in this County), 'their children dressing in silks and satin, promenading the streets of Mt. Vernon, going to graded shools, riding in automobiles, going to picture shows every night, loosing and a third dollars per month, Isn't this enough sights God who create 1 them, on a pitiful sum of eighty-thre- e for the stockh olders to know WHY we're so deeply in debt and our taxes so high. thai our .present office holders and office seekers would stoop so low, and yet try to climb 30 " Mtrh a a In ho rn.lnrfcif tn th nffiatt In tha oift. nt fhn afnnlrhnlrldMi In Tfnrimtm tAnnttr afVnr fhov hart trlaA in play a childs play and deceive the stockholders and taxpayers of this county by enjoining your county Treasurer5,to pay me what was ordered by the Fiscal Court to be paid for work done on the Dixie Highway four years ago. Up until this good day I have not been able to get this injunctive suit passed on in this great Court of Justice you have heard so much about, controlled and dictated to by the so called Judge, This money in the hands of the county Treasurer of your county either belongs to the taxpayers or J, W, Rider. If it does not beloug to me in the name df tho high Heavens why doesn't this great lord of lords and god of gjds pass on this question and if it does belong to the taxpayers and not me, let it go to pay off the interest on what we owe that has occured by just such management, How Ido wish the stockholders In Rockcastle county could pull b ck the veil and see and know me as I am. I would not for one of those county offices sacrifice my principles, my honor, ray integrity, and honor for all of them and a deed to Rockcastle county. I am proud of myself when I think and know that I have called, with a county office. If a man could no ambition and selfishness within me to be honored, as it is only appreciate his position as an executor of the law there is no honor, but he is a public sejvant and a hired band on the job, and I hope and pray that I will see the day that officers, both men and women, may realize that they are serva nts of the people' and that the people are not servants of the officers in -trx-piid -I- There has been a great deal said and possibly lots of thinking amongst the stockholders of Rockcastle, to determine and to know my intensions in the future campaign to be held on August 6, 1921, to determine between thp stockholders as to who tho nominee shall be for your county Judge. You will find my name on the ballot (a wink to the wise Is sufficient ) I am no office holdor. If I had tho power to make the laws of this country I would lenghten some of the the terms and bar any man from succeeding himself for office. I havo been tendered county offllcea and refused them. I was no office seeker but a public Spirited man. My paid checks In tho banks of this state will &how I havegiven away moro each year than any office in the county pays. What the taxpayers want in this cuntyMs,a business administration and not a political administration now, my dear people and legal voters of Rockcastle County let's get down to business. If I am not tho man to handle your business in a succ wtful business way, take care of your hardeasned money, paid out for taxes, in a lump sum ot about $ioo,o0o,oo each year, then . let usseiect a successful bnsiness man who has made a snecess for himself to handle our County affairs for the next fouryears, to pull in outof this awful indebtedness that now hangs over us and our children. taxpayers do you know If you do not you should know that $8 000,00 or your tax paid money was going aach ear to pay the interest on what thit county owes, and notpiyiug off one cent of thu principal. At the same price per mile that was paid to me, I will build ar of pike. Including culvorts, and all .the costs and expense that I built for you five years ago. If the same amount of monev that is being paidouttor interest had been applied on public highways, under a bonatlde bond, furnished by J. W. Rider, tho contractors, we would havo bad ten miles of turn pike paid for end no Indebtedness over our heads or tho heads of our children. My God, cant you see how to save a dollar ? "A dollar saved is a dollar made." A dollar spent on Rockcastle D.-a- r alike-simil- Kt saU-JSpity - A . v J. W. Rider Pearl and Dollie Vurden Flour 45 lb, stand of Shortening Best Peaberry Coffee Old Keliable Tuxedo Ohops White Oats Bat Itj-clbau- ADMINISTRATORS SALE THURSDAY MAY 5 th 192 J 10:00 O'CLOCK. A. M. On the iarm of the late P. E. Snivel 2 miles south of BRODHEAD, KY,, I will sell to the highest and best bidder the following property : . Pony J Buggy & Harness A lot of farming tools consisting of : 2 Turning Plows Stalk Cutter Cultivator Hav Rake Disc Harrow 2 Drag .Har rows Hav Rake Com Drill Blacksmith Tools Cider Mill J 2 Interest 20bbl.-Cor- n A Lot of Hav and Straw 3 Stands bees House Hold and Kitchen Furniture Other Thines Alone This Line Too Numerous to Mention. 6 $500.00 notes bearing 5 per cent interest from Jan. I 1922 due yearsirmJE.Ist 1922 secured by lien on real -h2-3-4-5c- Cb 25 lb, best Meal per bag $ 1.00 60 lb. staud of Leaf Lard 4.75 Be9t Dairy Feed, 100 lb cotton bag per bag 1.95 2,25 Best White Kentucky Corn, 2 bu, bng Best Timothy Hay, per bale per bu. 0.60 Cement, per bug, net $ 1.00 $ f 0.50 6.75 1.75 1.80 1,10 Grtbusy and come in and get your supplies as Miss Mollie may cut this Sale out atany'ti me. J. W. RIDER CLUB WITH THE LOUIS VjLLE a HERALD. ASKABQUTIT Louisville For Sau::-Bal- ed Hay, and Corn. 4 ' ' b i . J. Fish, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Administrators Notice. Anyone holding claims agains the estate of P. E. Shlvel deceased will present the same and receivo payment. R.H.Hamra Ad m. t. proper-lyprove- n a6-2- NOTICE Having purchased the old Frith flour Mill in Brodhead, Ky we have Installed there anew Mldgett Mill, and are now rsady to serve any on wishing to give us a trial. Wc costiaue to mannfactsr the well known ,Flavo" flour very sack guaranteed and you to be the judge. We have exchanged our machinery operated at Ottawa Ky. lo new and larger machinery and believe we for sobs have as modern plant as can be found of the kind In this coantry, we invite you to come and inspect It, try onr products sad we do sot fear the results. We expect to keopon hand ample supply at all times and you can be waited on at once if in person or will send us your order. We have for sale the old machlnory removed from the pro petty purchased, consisting of Nordyke & Morman Rolls, all kind of cleaning machines used in such mills also a Corn mil complete crusher and shellcr a number In large Use shafts and pulleys of all sites, and many other thlugs' that ws will sell at a bargain. Call on us if we can serve you. Nothing sold ut retail. Ky, J. U. Luwell & Co. & Nashville Railroad ANNOUNCES Change In Time 1 I'M LIVESAY n EFFECTIVE MAY, ! 'I LIVE SAYI1 L1VESAY 1 I !! estatET ' 'I;;,, Train 23 "The Southland for Corbin will leave Mt. Vernon at 12:20 P, M. instead of 12:17 1 M, ' Train 22 " The Southland " for Louisville will leave Mt- - Vernon at 5; '23 P. M. instead of 6;09 P, M. For further or detailed luformatlon, apply to local ticket tgent KVKKYBODY 8AYS Terms mad? known on day of sale. LIVESAY -. .- FOR .'. R.H.HAMM, Admr. R. L. Smith Auctioneer. JAILOR CASTORIA CASTOR. A. Children Ory FIR FLETCHER'S Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR a t -. n'i I"" in ri w ; ' , fTSJTESSraSE '.jeiKSi32i T' 7 sv JJBpiS -' 1 tot Contents 15rhiM"Draehmj i'llV iuh t HH 11 u If I na a. I H U ri it' I ' ' ' ' " " ""' " M MT Ml History's GreauWen Were Warm Friends of the Thoroughbred ot season spring Tlio annual thoroughbred racing will soon bo at it height In Kentucky, und thcro Is evory Indication that interest In tho fatnoiHI old cpnrt, tlds jear, will surpass auy of the days that havo gone before. Chief among the perennial attrac-- t tions of thoroughbred racing la its! The thoroughgi'iiutno democracy. bred lias his charms for us all today Just ai ho did In tho days of Ocorgo, Washington and Andrew Jackson. I'o th tlieso presidents of tho United! SLitcs wcro groat lovers of th thoroughbred and loyal snpportors of. thc sport of horse racing. They bred) and raced their ov horses, and hhH tory records tho fact that tho former, acted as a Judge at the Newmarket! Course, Charleston, S. C, on one oc-- ) cnslon. Washington, as wo all know.i was a noted horseman, who enjoyed' Ids spirited thoroughbred for riding and hunting through tho Held until ory lato in life, and his stable had a reputation for thc number and qualityi of Hie horses It contained. Androw .lacksou was an enthusiastic) patron of hoi so rncing long before ho became . 'sldent. He uialiitjlued a sluhlo, which Included .fuianldtflih! Truxton, a borae of which he was ex-- " cecdingly proud, and with which ho won tho famous match race for $5,000 against Ore) hound. After his as piosidrnt, ho brought his horses to tho Capitol, und In 18.'If trained tbein In person, Vice I'resldunt-anMrs. Van ISuren often being present to witness the morning work-ou- t of the horses personally, superintended by the president, with characteristic Impetuosity and plain bpeech, for "Old lliclvory," us history records, "hud a temper of Ids owu." Course, located The Washington about two miles from tho Capital, wus built la 1S02. The Jockey Club, under Wfiot.e iiuspices it was operated, numbered among Its members the most distinctive men of ulTalrs of the day. Ituclng was regularly attended by tho from Jefferson to Van presidents, Uuren. On one occuslon John Qulucy Adams wiilked to und from the course, surrounded by the equipages of the wealthy. and Jack"Generals Washington son," writes one leading commentator, of the fondness that ii ro examples great stutesmen and military men have so generally entertained for the liors and sport of the turf. Though equally bold and aggressive riders In tho Held, General Jackson was the mora successful on the course. The racing-annalof the west record his numerous victories, and according to th anecdotes which are told of him, ha sometimes Intimidated his adversaries of the boldness of defiance, where ho might not have won by tho speed or. bottom of his horse. One of General Jackson's closest friends was the Itev. H. if, Cryer, a. minister of the Methodist ErJiscopur Church, who was a breeder o thoroughbred horses nni who race4 one of them In thc name of his partner. Col. Geo. Elliott. The reverend gentleman, having been charged with horse racing, was summoned beforo thc tribunal and asked If ho bad anything to say in bis defense; "nothing,"' was bis reply, "except that I would like to have you let me know how I can arrange it for my half of the horse to stand In the statrio while Col. Elliott's half Id racing. The horse be-Vocgs to us Jointly. He has the samo Ught to control him that I have; and p him he will race him and I cannot from It." Needless to add, Mr. Cryer was duly acquitted. Tho utter absence of prejudice against the turf In earlier days brings into sharp contrast our sporadic latter-day agitations In disapproval. For example, it Is mentioned in the Catholic Churchman, published at Annapolis In that among the legitimate pastimes of the population which; met with the approval of tlie church. Itself, was the new one of racing; horses, which bad grown to be among tho gentry of Uio couu- try. However, we of today, have every) reuson to believe that the turf Is on! the eve of a greater measure of popular support than it bus received In a, decade not only as a matter of healthentertainment but also ful because of Its Importance rs an ad' Junct to the Industry ot breeding1 thoroughbred horses for use In supplying the army with cavalry mount nd other highly utilitarian purposes lnau-gmutl- ou s 17-1highly-popul- For Infnnts and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria Always Bears the ':'Y:-SPEAKING- ' XGUUUI.-- o i in iw-.- r -- - NT.:- r.hce-f- u . h,aml.NoTc'i trc.sa' Signature l""-.- f)(jfi (w At.- IT it' ' T &,3Wlifi&i t j&ptcrww-?- " j'inMrr- - (Jni"" - ... )nstipnucV".luT,;l n-, rind I cTrJsn- mSv!L. i A'1"' i lAtfW i"i " .(,.fV . V"1" Tn rVnoM .. ( ' Jr V fw n '" UdC Judge B, J. Bethurumand Mrs James R. Cook will speak in the interest of fudge Bethurum's candidacy for the Republican nomination for the office of Circuit Judge, of this judicial district as follows:' - -, i rcsuu'""ull'..'.: 1-1 l?.5Lrnhbt cMnMorr"'- - For Over - Vjs t1-,-- -- ':4 sT i Thirty Years t r . BSS&Hftfl iir rTSil V'tap-e- r. a ' t ir.i m n i: u an e Mt. Vernon, May 2; at.T:0(Lo!cIock P. Livingston, May 2, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Wildie, May M".: J j 7 is in ran n cm aM Exact Copy of thc cihtaur commnt. m w tok city. Mil IMI WWM 1WH I WIWMMW " Commissioner s r, , E. Mv Conway, May 4, at 7:30 o'clock P. M, ' o'clock P. M. Pinehill, May 5, a:30 Brodhead,' May 7, at 2:00 !d'dock-- P: 3yt-7.:3Q.D,clock . -- , ' ;; M;-- L ' 1 Thoy all oat nt Gray's ant. Esther Riddle and others, plaintiff's, vs. : Notico i)f,Snlu. HAN I S FOR D i I! 1 i i Dr. and Mrs, G. D. Li Hard of Laurencoburg Kentucky were By virtue of judgement and. guests of Mrs. LilUud's patent Mr. and Mrs. .1 J. Bullock Irom riTrj).ir cf ciln nf fli Itriday until Sunday Miss Elm C rcuit Court at its Mclvinney was the guest of Mis? February term itjal, I will offer Iva Kincer Saturday night and for salt to the highest and best Sunday. Mr. Dewey and Estrll bidder, at public "auction ."at the Bullock were in Mt.. Vernon front door of the Court Houe, Sunday. There was services at in Mt.Vernctn, Rockcastle conutv Mt. P.sgah Saturday conducttd services Sun Kentucky, between the hours of by the Baptist also day conducted by the Holiness ten o'clock a.m..and thrco o'clock of p.m. on the second day May 18 21, Dowcy graves was tho guest his cousin Clyde Keener Monday. on a credit of six months, the - Mrs Seorman .MeKinney was following described prrporty lo the guest of Mrs. K Bullock catcd and being in the town of Cuiwlii Clnudo and Roscoe kJMliVi.fclt Brodhead, Rockcast'p f .,:. Chen oy were up from moss Kentucky and bounded and do Calling in this section Sunday cribed as follqi 7. 1J Vanhook the hustling sales-maHejjlrmliij'attlie cornor between for Arnold Hamilton & J.W. Tatoniid'tlio Wilmot beirn, Luxnn was through this section on tbo Jit. Vernon nnl Crab Orchcalling on tho merchants Satur ard road; ilienecvlth Wllmot's !lno a Nn-- t' it rnnr.ii- ;iiiVsiVi- - tlip d:tyv Mls Eliza MeKinney was mot corner but running on tbo iiiuu the guest of Miss Junie McKinny decree joining the liuidi of J,V. Mr. and Mis Sat unlay night Tute, lo.ttio Rockcastle Milling Herbert Bullock visited his t Company 'line; Ihencn courso to tlie lirodhend und mother Mrs. Win. Bullock of Mt Copper crt'ek road; tbriicuii South Vernon Sunday. Deputy Sheriff courso with saM road to the jAVin. Niccluy was through this of the Mt Verhuu and raid; thence ultli gaum ;i section serving notices last week. Estell MeKinney and I. L, SDUtlieastcoiiu totho bcfjinnlii, atiuMukd und coutainitii tbruu fourths f ar. -- IJuUwl; cJiurch at more or Icsn, mid is tho name Uopetvcll Sunday. Mr. aiul Mrs property occupied by John Itlddlo, J. J., Other and Viola Bulloch deceased, as hUhumc at the time of and G. D. Lilian! wore tin hia death guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D, Bond with upprovid s'reuritv Bullock gaturday evening. will be requited of the ptiruhusur( and pnyablo to in sulfas Com Eat nt Gray's restaurant and missionor, duo and ptuablosix get fat. tnontns after date, bearing interest nt the rate of six percent annum from duto tdl puid and Witness my hand as Comuiishaving the force tffcci of a biouer Kockcastle Circuit Court judgment, and with iieu rutiincd G.S. Griffin M.O.R.C. on tho property for tho pamunt ?5"3t of tho purchase inoiioy. Defendants I 1 Ida Catron & Prank Catron, hear the speakers give the reasons why Judge 'Bethurum should be nominated again for Circuit Judged Mrs. Cook is the wife of James R. Cook formerly of this county, and. she is4 a brilliant and cultured woman and a campaigner and speaker of great prominence. . The voters both women and men are invited to attend these speakings and SPRIQ NEWS Helton is with home folks this wec-frouv Harlan where ha has a god position. Win. Brown und child reu werq guests of his sister Mrs. Bant Hamm Sunday. Mr and Mrs C. G. McKinnov spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Capps. Miss Leila Pope spent Suuday with Mary Sowder.--The- re was Sunday School at Freedom Sun-day and had a large crowd. There will bo Sunday school every Sun-da- y an(T"evefybbdy is invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Donnoy visited lu.r parents Mr. and Mrs. Duvid Owens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vanice Dillingham tho young folks a candy party Saturday night "Those present were Mr, and.Mrs. Hayso Mink, James Brown, Misses Kebccca Mink, Vira and Marie" Brown, Messrs. Tony, Edward, Wash k Wl-i- y Deposit Your Money In This E3ank Because you need the bank, and the. .bank needs you Floyd Miller, Cashier ! t..-- Because it is YOUIlhomo bank. Because' its ollicors amldirectors are all' homo people art) all known to you, AND AUK YOUR FKIEND3. I n 1 - '. n d Uecauso your fritids are more vitally YOU 11 welfare than other:M!nn possibly bo. interested-in 11 Noith-wes- , intr-Gcctlo- g.-.v- o Crab-Orchur- Because the bank is conducted on safe nnd sound business principles, and takes no ckauces with other people's money; -- ei-e pi-- r - a-- d V 0 ne easure of a AMIifg M an s To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account 1 Hdah ChastPen Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Tipton and Mr. Clevoland Simp son and family yihlted tho family of J. S, Helton Sunday. J. W. Mink was in Brodhead Saturday on business. Misses. Gladys and Lorano Sayers visit- Cecil U.O. Baker, President Bradley and John Brown. All reported a nice timo. Amos Brown was through hero Monday buying produce. Mr. and SAVES CORN CULTIVATION. Mrs. Bradley Brown and childLexington, Ky. ren Keith and Ruth v" sited Mr. Experiments conducted for u and Mrs. G. W. Brown Sunday-Mis- ses number of years by the KentHazel and Bettio Owens ucky Agricultural Experiment nf M.uetburg visited Station show of culuvnt'ng after and Bettio Owens Sun- planting may bo reduced to that day. Tony nnd Edward Mink necessary to keep down weeds. Cecil Bradley and John Brown Three or four cultivations wore attended the singing at Provi-deu- co good as seven or oight, the oxpeii- Sunday. Miss . Gladys mouts 'showed, Provided weeds Helton was the guest of Miss were controlled. and Misses-Christine Marion Ben Mink, Peoples Bank Capital $SO,OOO.oo Surplus $12,000.00 n mammmmmm A Rat That Didn't Smell After Being Dead for Three Months "I i wear It waidead three months." writes Mr. J. Tykei (N. J.). "I taw thU rat every day: put lomo Kat.Snap behind a barrel. Month) afterward, my wile looked behind the band. There it was dead p tells In three tUes (or 5c. 65c, $1 J5, Sold ud KUiriatccJ by Davis Drug Store C. C. Cox n w-o- for any caso that Hall's Catarrh medicine fails to cure. ed and is- ' J CHENEY" & qO,,Toledo. F. Ohio. Sold by druggi&ts; 75c. Tjall.8 family Pill for cbastipa-- . tosti-mouial- Send for "cjrculars - CASTOR I A For Infants and Children pation There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than' all other disases put together,. andJ or years it was supposed to be uncura'ble. Doctors Prescribe Jocal remedies, and by J constant Jy faiimj to cure with ldoil Life' Js of .burden when the body treatment, 'pronounced it uncur, is racked .with, pain.. Everything able. Catarrh is a local disease ' worries and- the vlrJtim lwnmo despondent and greatly influenced by consti- mum Lxtut me downhearted. To sunsnine tone tution conditions and' therefore: ' GOLD MEDAL requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Medicine, by P. 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