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Mount Vernon signal: May 13, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921051301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 13, 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. WioOU XJHEDSPqrTS 01? PAOEj v i ruh ktr Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway 311 n u n I " mum FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, CcntrajIy Located between CincinnatiJoxville and Louisville Established 1887 34th Year No. 29 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky May J 3, J92X Price $L50 . J R YEAR ADVANCE Livingston r Graduating Class, Mt. Vernon High School, 1921 R. G. Moore of tho long branch the sick lj u for a fow days, we section is a Federal Juryman at l have dreamed dreams, saw wond. Tyreo of ers London tills week.-- Dr and been tormented with London, tooth carpenter, (dentist) night mares, but we have solved is in Livingston this week. Mrs tho problem, or rather, found J.B.Jones went to London Mon- - out the cause. We have been day to see her sister Mrs. S. 13 shaking hands with so many Pennington who is very low with stiange candidates in tho past Rev Tayolr of tuberculosis. week and explaining to them Richmond filled lm apptntment that wo were on ihe it her side of at the Baptist church Saturday the forcu that wo Uh.ve v' Mr and Mrs. have over done our self Jiul.jji and Sunday. Andrew Gentry and children cf Cam Mu lii s of ?t. V mun ws Hazard were hero lator part of UtlO OtilnUuu btUlua . last wee' enrout to Mt. Vernon Jailor, Wado Levisey and Prank Mrs J. C. Mullins of to visit relatives. Mt. Vornon came has returned from Lon- down here Tuesday and arrested McGuire don after a weeks visit with rola a man by the name of Robinson lives. Miss Lillie Kelly assist- for killing his father about throe ant post mistress was with home miles from East Bernstudt. From Jake what we can learn the trouble folks at Gauloy Sunday. Gontiy of Mt. Vornon has been was ovei whiskey, which is the in our town doing some painting caubo of two thirds of the JL.W Higjins lioublo ip this tair land ol ours visiting relatives at have been and it lDOkaiikpiLgol3.worse Pittsburg. Judge J."F. Does, V, ai'd worse, it is enough to make C. Price and J. B. Pike weio tho Angels weep. Airs. G. D. elecicd trustees of tho graded Cook and daughter Mis Lydia Mrs. E. school here Saturday. and C. J. Rice motored to Mt. B. Owens and children are visit Vernon and Wildie SundayJ C. , ing relatives jn Mt. Vernon this H. Rice and sou A E. wore in F. Fransisco was up MJt Vernon Sunday. -- E.B.Owens week. from Brodhead Monday to see has been on the sick list for a his sister Mrs. John Graves who few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. is very sick. Mr. and Mrs.G W Amyx and son Clifford are visitMurpey have returned from a ing relatives in Louisville this weeks visit with relatives in 111. week. W. R Day will leave on Mrs. O. R Foley and daughter a two weeks vacation Sunday. He are visiting in Paris for a few will go to Martinsville Indiana. Miss Ethel Hayse has Thomas Farley days. has returned gone to Cincinnati to see her from a few days visit 'with his brother who bsd tile misfortune daughters Mrs. E C. Herd at Mis. to get his ankle broken. Richmond and Mrs. J. L. Hughs John Graves living near towu is at Covington. Prof. L. J. Webb very low and not expected to after a ftw das sickness is able live. Robort Bales and Mr. and to be out again. Mrs. Lee Black Mrs.. Wm. Odel and children and children have returned from 'and Mrs. Sarab Hall' motored t6 London after a fow days visit Mt. Vernon and Wi'.die Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs with relatives 0. A- - Blanford, agent has Wm. Brady inve returned from been on the sick list this week. Hazard and have' gone to house K. L. Langford candidate for keeping in part of tho Wilson .Sheriff of tins ouuty was here property. Miss Mae Evans wl o Monday shaking hands with the is attending school at lierea was Mis. B.C. Mullinsof voters. hero Sunday visiting relatives. Paris has been visiting relatives Earl Wilson who is attending here for a few days. Mrs. I. E. school at London was with homo Mann of Paris has reiurned kilts Sunday. In the near luture home after a few days visit with before many more moons, Cupid her mother Mrs. . H. Walton. -- will get busy - again. But for Thero will be a circus show hero" Tuesday, a real big show with fear wo nueht drop a hint we will off. In a few days tho cona street parade. So all you fel ring from Mt. Vernon that want tractors will be ready to start lows Grab pier or to see a show como down as this concreting the pilUir and then things will, and is one on the county seat. Wo don't want to make Mt. Vernou we hope beforo fall the bridge jeclous but whsre. we lod yon will be completed, tho grading is Misses Hannah going right on aud The work up can follow. Louiso Laudrutn, Gauloy is nearing com pie tun. Sprowles, Lucille Albright and Bernard Boss Witt was in Maretburg VorFranklin and Jack Crawford, all Sunday. M. Miller of Mt. a few days ago and of Mt. Vernon passed through non was hero here a few days ago enroute to says he is a candidate for Jailer. Ashland to attend State Christ - Neal Parrtttoi Mt. Vernon was Sunday ian Endeavor Convention held at hero between trains Mrs. Jack Hysiuger visiting his daughter Mrs Wm. that city. G. R. Evans and Langford. of Mt. Vernon was hero .between Isaacs of Mt. Vornon spent trains enroute home from Rich John with S. Rowe. Sunday J. Well we havo been on'! mond. 'iut-suu- O I I as MISS ROSA UENT11Y HISS IDA HAMLIN I) MRS, ADA BROWN PRICE t rvH MISS ANNETTE COX I MISS JULIA LANDRLMI MISS LORENE MULLINS MISS DESSIE NICELEY .... Notice .... To The Voters Of Rockcastle County: Wo tho undersigned, hereby endorse R. L Langford for theoflico of High Sheriff of Rockcastle County, Woalso endorse his two deputies, J. H Lambert and Josiah Cummins. Wo know all these men, they are high class gentlemen, the kind of men wo can endorse and not afterwards regret it. Wo most earnestly foMcit all our friends andtho people in general to endorse tlioso mou with their vote on August, 0 1921. NEVER FAILED TO GET FINE RESULTS Tennessee Woman Says Tan-lnRelieved Her Troubles Still 4 Years ago- Feels Fine ' Tanlac restored my health four years ago and I have not had a return of my troubles to this good day." said Sallio Hoppers of Hall Station, Tonn. " r am sixty five years old, and for as long us I can remombor I had trouble with my stomach. My appetlto was poor and what I ate soured on my stomach and gave me a bloatod, distressing feeling. I had a sour taste in my mouth all tbo timo and ofton if made me almost deathly sick. My shop was not sound and rentful and I con wus in a badly dition und fell weak and listless all the time. I tried mtdichie after mediciuo with out any results until I became badly discouraged. run-down - (Signed) J. S Helton Moso McMew LEXINGTON ue VOTE FOR at Monroe m Miller NOTES By THE BOONE WAY WAN .FOR. .i Jailor I STOOD by you during the world war and now ask you to vote for me on Aug. 6th. . Lexlngron is rejoicing over tho victory of Behave Yourself and bis ruuning mate, Black Servant, in tho Derby, at Louisville last Bernard Franklin Saturday. and Jack Crawford wore hero between trains, last of the week, on L. D. their way to Ashland. Taylor was among the votorans visitors to hospital here from Friday until Monday,) when ho left on his return to Mt. Vernon. While here be visited the Eastern Hospital and called upon Monk Taylor, one of the old timers of Mt. Vernon, aud reports him in good health. Ho carrlo s the koys to various doors and has charge of tho scrubbing force in his department. Is very well satisfied, though often bns a longing to pay the old home town a visit, and see his old friends and acquaintances before returning, to bis duties at the hospital. Tho H00110 way man attended a Dixie Highway mooting at Williatustowu, Grant county, on May 7th, iu which he represented the Lexington Board of Commerce. The Dixie of N01 thorn Kentucky completed Us organ'zatlon at this meeting, which includes membership of the towns and counties between Cincinnati and Lexington. The object of the organization is to lend every effort towards completing this highway between tho above points and to encourago the work on through tho state to the Tennessee line. It will bo recalled that was tho place of Williamstown tho nativity of E. K. Wilson, a n lawyer, who was at one time manv years since, County atty. of Laurel county, und later got on the toboggan slide and during the tollowlng years viewed the inside of two penitentiaries, State and Federal, besides from numerous jails; and lcok-outwur- itt wus said- - that be had expericonsideral extent iu mented tD a the calling of boot logging, in quiries at his old home town de- vo.opes tho fact that some years ugo ho "found himself," married a well to do woman and turned to a business career, and has succeeded; prosperity following in wakoof his efforts. Elaborate ceromonies wore observed hero on Sunday afternoon when a South 'Amuricau commission from Vonozuolu, headed by Dr. Estnban tho Ven ezuelan Minister of Foreign affairs,' placed a bronze wreath beforo tho sarcophagus of Henry Clay, which is at the base of tho Clay monument in tho Lexington cemetery. A parade headed by a platoon of police and followed by the University band, two hundred Uuivorslty cadets and some two thousand citizens mo relied from the post office, through Mam street out to the monument, whero appropriate coremonios were hold. Addresses were mado by Maj. Sara M WU. son of Loxinglon und Gov. E. P. Morrow, the later making a (Continued on second page) In Gil-Borg- es, " Final! my son-in-la- told mo about Tanlac and I tried it. Right away my appetite improved and my digestion got better and I could eat things I had'nt been able to touch in years. My strength and enorgy returned aud I could sleep soundly ut. night That was four years ago and I havo enjoyed health evor since' for I make it a rule to tako a bottle onco or twico a year to keep my system in good condition und it has never failed to glvo flno re-ults. Tanlac is a grand medieino and I feel I am doing anyone a good turn by getting them to erntion, a number of new stores Rev. George Childress was have been opened this splng and very sick last week, but is very we feel the wheols of progress much improved. Mr. and Mrs. wilt soon be turning rapidly for Ivan Roberts and children and our little town. Llovd Chestnut Mrs Cecil Purcell and baby was down from Mt. Vernon Satwere down from Mt. Vernon Sun-da- urday evonlng. Mrs. J. H. guests of Mrs. O. A. Frith Ward of Chestwood is visiting and daughter, Miss Rutb.--Mrher daughter Mrs. Fred Sowder Bettyo Carter and Mrs. Willard School election was. held SatTerrill wore in London Monda- y- urday, Dr. W. E. Gravely and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bussell Undo Billy Albright were elect-o- d were with relativas in Mt. Veras trustees. Mrs. Ida Adams non Friday of last week. G. C. has returned from a visit at Dry Carsons, Uasnier of the bank at Ridge, Ky. Rev J, E. Terrill Oneida Ky., visited his parents filled his regular appointment at Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carson this the Methodist, church Sunday week. Dr. W. F. Carter was in morning and evening. The Shelby county first of tho week, movies at this place aro putting to visit his children Litlto Misses on some excellent reels. Charlie Mary and Margie and Mastor Hendrickson is at home from Charles. Jim Kegloy was in Pineville for a visit with his Quite a little mother Mrs. K. J. Mckinney. London Monday. excitement hero Monday when Mrs. Etta Mullins and children news spread that Arthur Boone of Hi ma are with Rev. and Mrs. Chandler the three year old son George Childress. Mrs, Mullins of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Chandler is a sister of Mrs. Childress. was missing. Parties were form Master Glynne Huston, littto ed and after several hours son of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Hussearch tho littlo fellow was round ton is very sick with scarlet fever across, the river on Scotts Knob, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sailor and Mr, Elijah Cox and Mrs. Maggie children of Crab Orchrrd visited Carpenter were married in Mt. Mr. and Mrs. F. F liobbins SunVernon Thursday of last week. day. Several were down from Mrs. Ellen Remmers was grant- Mt. Vernon Sunday to attend ed a devorcelrom Wm. Remmers tbo ball game. Miss Julia Roger Wed. of last week, and received of Hackloy is spendiug the week. her maiden name, Ellen Painter, with Rev. and Mrs. George she was given custody of their Childress and attendrng Comchildren Master Fredrick and mencement. John R. Howard Mrs. J.W.Owens was with his daughter Mrs. F. F Franklin. has reiurned from Williamsburg. Robbins Saturday and Sunday. Judge B. J. Bethurum and The Commencement is being others spoke here Saturday in greatly enjoyed by large and. interest of his campaign. Mrs. J. appreciative orowds. The ex R. Cook who was billed to speak ercises are very entertaining and. hero also, was unablo to meet her are rendered well and the patappointment on account of the rons should be well pleased with lUnoss of hor mother Mrs. A. L thd wonderful training which Pay no and Mrs. S. A. Tyreo were havo been given the children. in Livingston Sunday to see The Senior play, "The Average aunt Ro eanna Graves wh' is Man," one of tho veiy latest very sick. Dr. W. E. McWilli-- of plays will be given tomorrow Stanford was here Saturday (Saturday) evening und promise s shaking hands with old friends to be ono of the best ever staged Mrs.JohnD. Henderson was in Brodhead but the Juniors down from Mt. Vernon Friday doubt this, and claim the play until Sunday with her parents for Wednesday evening "The Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson. Louo Star" to bt superior. --The Aeolian Concert Company, fifth Seniors gave their annual banprogram of the Lyceum Course, quet at the home of Mr. and which consisted of three charm- Mrs. W. 0. Yadon, on Silver ing young ladies, were with us street, Monday evening May 9th. Friday evening of last weok. hours 7:30 to 12:00. The rooms This was a vory attractive com- woro highly decorated wtih their pany and their program was very class colors, Purple and Silver, much enj lyed by a gr od house. aud beautiful flowers und fern Tho next and last program will artistically arranged. Miss Hazsl be the much losked forward to, Albright and Pearl Hicks assist International Glee Club, on next ed the hostess iu receiving the Friday night May 20th. Master guests and serving. Luncheon Robert Hendrickson and Cecil was served at 10:30. The guests Mrs. marched into the beautiful din. McKinnoy havo mcasels. Lola Sowder and little daughter ing room by couples. Tho Miss Boasio of Crab Orchard are Guests were: Misses Katherino guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. d, Jones, Nell Carter, Pearl Lawrence. Brodhead Ball Team Bess Hicks, Mesdames Lela is making a wonderful record. Cass, Nina Terrill, Lona Yadon, They locked horns with Crab Odessa Albright, Messrs. Robert Orchard again Sunday and for Cass, Alvin Murphy, Gus Cartho third timo this season defeat- son, Charlie Smith, Dr. W. E. ed tho visitors. This time by a Gravely, A. E. Albright, W. O Soveral wore scoro of 25 to 1. Yadon, W.T. Brooks. Wo are down from Mt. Vernon batur- proud of our Sonior Glass this day to attend tho spetking and year, with an enrollment of 12. to see tho republican voters. Wo are trying to help them enBrodhead certainly is on a boom joy their last year in school. Tho moro building than for years. Wo roll If, Misses Hazel Albright, are soon to have another gar- - Pearl Hicks, Faunie Brojks, Anna ngo near depot, owneu by J. K. Huston, Suo Hicks, Margery Cass aud sons. J. Mont Roberts Owens, Lota Wallen, Ollio Ponder is erecting a store building on Messrs. Bernard Bowling, Wayno his lot near depot, Owen Cuss Carson, Albert Jarrett and Gorvis is erecting an up to dato dwell- Gravely. Mrs. Earl Tharp who ing on his Main Streot lol and u has been visiting her sister Mrs. number of houses aro under re Fred Sowder, left Thursday of pa ir. Wo can also boast of two last week for Louisville to visit first class Rollor Mills, The Cen relatives beforo returning to her tral Milling Co. and Tho Laswell home at Crest wood. & Sons Mill, which is now in opy, Brodhead 6, h .; v M i --r- New-lan- - Special k Fish's rWBAR Clothes Mens and Boys outfitter !ZLYernonJ$. s IT PAYS try It." READ THE SIGNAL -- ar.Bi ., r. Sf is . 'M.f J MT, ,;.t-- .l VcSNON V w Mt Vfftum, ICy. t'Vi SIGNAL A;i w i'oH'l-ei- "'PiiMiSPHRILTO CHINA'S GRANARIES Bubonic Sweeps Southward In Manchuria; Dead Donkoy Brings $2 as Food "SPEED UP FUNDS," IS PLEA In a recent report from Charles Crane, P. S. Minister to China, to Anierli-mi m r ...l'. fN,'W.i 1921 In a new size package until nMttrt. l'nlilisliiil rv i'rhlay ly I11 memory of our dear mother and wile, Fannie A. Dally, who departed this life M.iy g, 1920. The month of May attain Is here To m tli0 8addestotall tho year, Because God called our molliei FUNERAL TRAIN OFF FOR POTSDAM er I U II. Ml LI, Kit AXMU'NrWIKXT ti ihiiiiu'hm We me imllioileil 'Uibjeot tnlliu action of the Ktipulilivnii I'm ly nl Hi xl Augii-- l IVintir.v, it. ,i. K.J. McKINNItV, I'm- awayi One wilo"ved but could Dear Katinio how I mt save. Stays at Doom Body of Former Kalserin Is taken to Germany. ACCOMPANY as Count Coin t l Ink. miss you, KAULlll'IIILUPri, Pur Cii'inl) Court V I'li-rL- . uirriit'Ki .t Pop Comity Coin l Clink A CKOMP.U r Ulicuit Jiiiltfii. It. '. KKNNMIIV. I'or (Mi cull Judge. T. J, HAI.I. Pop CiriMiilCmiit Clerk. W. T. (Itll.l.) DAVIS, (Meruit Com t Clerk, JIWSIC M. lll'.ilOHI) CI.Attlv I'or .Slieiill. WADIl II. LIVltSAY I) O. IIstmkeJ CIQARETTE Tears of silencn often fl w; Memorykeeps you ever near mo SONS Though you died one year ago. REMAINS It. in a graveyard pafely sleeping, Whero the llowers gently wave, Fmm mnarer and Family Oreisd In Lies tho ono wo loved so dearly Util whom wo could not save. JlllllT. JOIIN'C. IIOWAIll) 1'l.r Jailor . POP thr LILTI.llTOMTAM.OI! Pop Jailer JOIINNV0LONT7, rVr. I filler ISOM IlP.V H. SAYLOIl, Circuit t'omt tV'ik. JOHN I'. I'll ;,, DMrft'l. KiiicHn:iitli.Sikt l'or Jailer. M. DUItllAM i''or Survuvor DPI.I.AIII) COTTON, M:iKiittPHt llli Ifislr'et . W M COTTON CdNSTAItLK lth IIISTIMCT JOHN W. MAIll.OR Pup MlluMntlllte lot Disliict I' P ISOIIIIINS, Pur Mitfllriitp f.tli Plofilot. HAHI'.ISON C. KIUUY Por M:iKltr:itu '.'ml DMiiel. W. H. KICMOM Por MiiKlttiMU let lllntrlrt. CAM MP1.I.1N.S. Wl. Pop County .hul;r. S P. IWiWMAV, Cdiintj Judny Coillltt JUllt' T J. NKMil.llV l'nrJl'iHinlv Coim lClck. MIIS LK1I.A MAY COOI'liK . County Com t Mrs. .JOHN' UllNXCIl Cli-ik- i.i:i: v.u:i Cimunltteo of the China Pauline Piiml, It Is stated, that a llu horde 'ii'Mie which a few tiionttis ago a Xortheru Manclmrln, has nppia... icpt soiitli.uid until It now threatens the main j.'iilii upp1y nf China which Increases tlio bunions nf till)-nation. As far hack ns 1017, Chinn'o trou liles bi'SJii to multiply when tlio Yel low Itlxcr, iiIwiijm known ns "ClilnaV vjorrow," uvcrllowi'd Its banks nnc. swept tlie Kro.it prut luces of Shantung rail Slnuisl. The crops were destroy ed and millions of persons made? home les. Ploods are not luminal la nnrtl China, hut then came the crcnt tlriftitl and not until last summer did tlio i all clouds tome between the dry brown-eartand its tormentor the sua. Mtmhcra ef Hit' Full Uniform Services Conducted by Formsr Court Chamber Chaplain, flor body is free Irom worldly 10 for 10 cts smokers prefer MANYThey'll find that this compact package often Lucky Strike Cigarettes will just suit them. pain, And she forms a link in that goldon chain, And wears a crown set with gems' s't rare, That only tho pure can onter there. Try them dealers now carry both sizes: 10 for - Arthur Daily a d children 10 iXtyVmAfo. Vi cts; 20 for 20 cts. hrfyC It's Toasted January I5 of each y.nr each case of eggs shall contain upon : top layer a properly Uateu and signed candling certificate Rule 114a. No parson, tirm or corporation shall sell, offer or ex- ' any eggs u tit for Pse human food, unlessthey are broken in the shell and thende-i- n naturod in such a way that they cannot oe used tor 100a. Ati egg shall be dieraed unfit for food if it be addled or moldy, have black or white rot or a blood ring, has a bloody, white or adherent yolk, or if it consists even in part ot a fi lthy, decomposed or putrid sub stance. Any person vioIating.any of these rules or provisions will be subject to the pains and penalties provided by the statutes. J LEXINGTON NOTES contirtted from first page. j ;. :: speech of acceptance, replete with his tisinl splendid orator lor winch he is m well noted c ij Among the facts brought out tv.i that Henry Clay was tho first American in tho halls of congress WILLIAM AHNOLD.Ir. to advocate tho recognition of Pop .lallrr tho liberty of the South AmerW. M. Mr.NrfU. ican countries-whichave fought Pop Jullrr. Spain for their freedom, and it appears the immortal Clay was to a great extent the cause of the Convention Monroe Doctrino, relative to Jcllico, Big Success 11 was In 1818 these countries when Clay first took up the tight (ENTUCKY DERBY and after live years gained his "Convention Largi-iAttended Clays speeches were point. Man) Interesting Hjiuecliert translated into Spanish and wore read and taught in thu schools of Made many cf the countries of the southern countries. Venezuela remembers Clay; hence the ' The .sth Dirtrict Mole School wreath and the Commission sent Convention of the Disciples or hero to place it. Christ tret at Jellico, Tenn , May Fayette county was slow in FOR SALK: 250 bales of clover 10 ti, with 45 delegates present all ell protected from THIS YEAR ay. At thaj. N. Griffia farm learning ot the great benefits The church folks of thclitile Plague Threatens Granaries. snicked ones being packed in near Spiro, See J. W. Steele. derived from tho efforts of the city met tlio train bearing tlio And now the plague threatens Chi separate cases from thoie with county ttgriculturu.1 agents in tho tp Pe nf Hi unlive Kontiiiklans iral-h- ra's granaries. Unless the plague cm delegates from the various counFrom May 15 to mountain counties, including the iicili.ips, wh.it a trulj iii.imilllcent bo cheeked. Mr. Ciane asserts, tin sound shells ties of the district and took them mulil the Ki'iltucLy teil) lias granary relied on for the relief of mil good work done by Rockcastle' immediately for a .sight scoing llltll to lit. lions of famine lctlms In Xorth Chilis ublo and efficient hustler, Robt. trip 011 tliu Dixie llighnii , after e.ir hj .ve.ir, It hr.s iinmn stcutlll.v vill be cut olT. h'l pitpiiluniy, until now it tops all F. Spenco. This is a case of the v. hich vu were safely lodged in "The situation Is rendered more se' siioitliu t'M'iits on ilii mountains setting pace for tho the homes of tlio hruUieren tliuvb.v wlvoi Using 1I10 statu as mil- rious," writes Mr. Crane, "by the fact Blue Grass, as sbo has done in whore ue were entertain d most lions of ilullmv uoi th of .sji.iis In Hie that Manchuria Is literally crowded with foreign exiles." There are no piihl.i prints nmlil not many 0 her instances in the past do, BLACK-DRAUGHgi.icioiisiy ihi jirogra'n was pi'ihxlii-iill.T hosts ol fewer than 000,000 Russlaus who lied Fayette has "set up" and is takcarried out to tl e loiter and there pinplo iittniitliu' who spi'inl tliuir inline; before H I!oIhelk exeeutloneis ing ret ice, and hss after some were many inspiring and helpful ami lieiii'lltliiK .in Indtistiy ol y."iO,000 Koreans, nnd thousands of Chi -reluctance and delays, appointed talks made by those piosent. Ur List ii.ipiuiiiiiii' to Ki'iitiifky in nese who formerly lled in Siberia, but White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Cobm thu lireulliiK of (lie tliormmliliii'il who a county acricultuialaecnt who lme been driven into Manchuria Muckley of St. Louis. Sec'y. of llOlvU. by tlio lied Annies. and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's has gone to work on identical 'I III' llBt Of pcl'silllllgps Who flll'L'ICll the board of church extension for lines pursued by the Rockcastle our brotherhood, made a most tlio winner or tlio UUI Ki'iitmUj Iieiliy In "Concerted efforts are being made Came and Stayed. cities and towns along ii'tili out far agent three or more years ago; inpressivo talk and plea lor the umilil of tlila llitlo hi'.Minil tin- llin. Pastirn Railway to combat the Chinese Itatlou.s uitii'le. Sullhe the plague, J organizing poultry, corn, pigs debt of underwrilings' which to saj that It lliilnilt'il voier.il hospitals being established and the JJutlon, Ala. In recommending Thed feeling after meals. Sour stomach and and other clubs among of President llunlliiu's p.ildmf victims Isolated. PITorts also are unthe boys must have our immediate att'.-d Hiiiiulslicil K tots fiom uhio.ul and to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking and girls, and is gotting things tion. Convention agreed to meet liiiiinil.il mil (011u11pi1i.il plants fnm der way to light the source of the dis- ford's It aids digestion, also going. noxtyoarat Corbin, Kentucky. nil p.11 th of the loiuitj ; sonic of the ease the rats that carry the germ. neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well- Litter tlio owners of lioiwtliat .stmt Thousands of persons already haw known Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off impuriLexington pipers I'eep an eye Tlio.se present from Mt. Vernon died, and hao been gien hasty burial. ed In tlio in on the Signal for the spicy were, Rev. Howard Hurnette. Kt'iit in Heilij and he.o. lint'storalui getting up In years; my head is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend Black estates, elalioiately Spells Doom For Million. articles therein from the pens of S. T. Proctor, Miss Klia Lang, pioved ami piMiiaiil) inulutalnud us grain supply of Manchuria white. I have seen medicines and reme- Draught, and do, to my friends and "If the Will Owens, hrei'dln ustiihlLshineuts. Livingston, and ford and C. C. Davis. Is cut off, the famine victims in Shan dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." Judges Rider and Carmical and tung, Chlhll, llonun, .Shiiiisi ulid Shells, came and stayed. I am talking of Thedford's Is a stand Mrs. Renner of Mt. Vernon. The will be doomed, Mauihuiia represenCIIAMMIf.RLAIN'STAIlI.KTS V a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ol humorous columns catch a portatives of the Amcilean Red Cross, the AR R MILD AND fiHNTl E IN Chinese Red Cross and the V. M. C. A. for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of L. W. BETHURUM successful use. tion of their effusions. Some ol g-hae Informed thu Peking authorities ATTOKNKY AT I.AW l.) Every one occasionally needs something the other candidates down your The laxative el feet of Cham- - of the danger and urged that grain on and one that will do the work. MT VJUINON, II V stf bel'laill's 1 way also put up sotno good i Tablets is so mild and huing.nnd shipments bo hastened." will relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. Will iirnetlcu in all Hit tour;, (J spieling, which attruct attentions u Kentle that you can hirdly reaha In the famine area there ure approx- and constipation If taken right, and I know Try Olficeou Cliuu-- Stieoi Insist upon Theddown this way, imately 10,000,000 persons subsisting for I tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. 4&ftDgCi vf,3orrf-- ' that it has been produced by v Mis. IM.I.KN I'llICK Pop J lilor V. Ii. MI!.I.I.V-- , Pur Miu.iotr.ifi' lili it. 1.. i..N;i(ii:ii. P.ii Muriir. for-sal- e, 11 I 1 Pop Stioi in At y Faced Peril In Silence. Rut durliiR these das, months and KENTUCKY LAWS een jears, when the food was Kone Rule li:i. Between May 15 and .mux kpi.i.y, China did tint rals-- her voice for help of each year, all eggs I ur I'miM ililp llli IlKlricl. The world did not know of the great January tuixcdy j,, the Par Past enacted on a in the market, or intended for . W. IIULLOI'K Pop MiiKlhtiiite parched stago with 15,000,000 famish market, shall be handled only on DMrlU No. 2 ed people as the actors. MOXKOI5 M. MILLUR t candhug basis, and no payment It seemed that at last their trouble' Pop Jnilcr. itherin cash or merchandtso had ended when the green things be i:lCIIi:iHli!AXA.MAN ihall be made for those unlit for gan to peep aboxe the ground last suai Pur T.ix (.'niiitiiKoiiint o made nier. Then came that old enonij ol food. A statement shall bo n ankind duplicate by tho buyer of each locusts In dnnes, in cloud so thick they obsuired the light of sui purchase of eggs, showing tho descended as from nowhere, nail al number of good, bid and damagOR FAR-FAME- D most ocr night the earth was strlppet ed eggs in each lot, one, copy of of every lhlng growing thing. Tin if which hhall be given to the vtage once more was a parched, brown dry but many of the aetnri person from whom the purchase had passed into the land of tholr an made, and tho other to be kept cestors. m tile for one year, and subject Men and Women of Renown From All In some recent Information received to inspection al all times by any Parts of the World Come to Louisan Instance Is recited describing tin Health or food inspector. ville to Witness the Running tenlblo destitution of the fnniliu Rule 1 14 During the warm stricken land a donkey had died In n of This Historic Race. eason all eggs slnll ba kept in a distant province from lack of food. Ut owner carted It into the interior ol :ool place, all lois of greater than CABINET MEMBERS AMONG the f.nnlae area where eager bidden lo dozen shall be packed in stronp finally raa the price up to $11 to use it' jtaudard egg eases and tillers THOSE IN ATTENDANCE cartrass for food. oreak-tge- . des-crt- ; r. 24-6- otli-1- 1 THE "OLD RELIABLE" April 10. Tho Doom, Holland, funeral train bearing the remains of the Inte former Empress Augusta of Germany to Postdntn, left the little station at Mnnin, three miles from here, at 7:45. Former Emperor William did not go to Mnara to sea the train depart, but remained nt the huuie of Doom, In company with hit brother. Prince Henry of Prussia. PrlncvM I.onlne, daughter of the lute empress, and Gen. Von Gontard, chief of the household, were the only ones prevent to see the funeral ear leave. In Full Uniform. Never was contrast between former glory and present state of humiliation more accentuated than when Wllheui, the former German emperor, followed the body of his wife AugURtn Victoria to the station at Maam, where he entrusted the fitlthful companion of bis grandeur nnd his Borrows to his sons nnd friends to take bnck to the father- -' land. The emperor that was and the ex erovvn prince and other bom present' were all attired In full uniform of the Prussian gunril, their helmets crepe covered. The funeral procession nrrlred at the II Hie station at Maam In dark ni'ss only broken by the light from a few lamps on the railway embank ment. First came a huge car covered with llowers, followed by sergeants, who loaded the wreath Into the railway carriage. About ten minutes later the lionise arrived, flushing powerful searchlights. It was draped with hlnrk rloth with white' rrosa bor der. Kalssr and Daugbtsr Follow. From the next automobile Chuplaln Dryander alighted, wearing black robes. Immediately behind came on automobile carrying the former em. peror and his daughter, Princess Victoria Louise, which drove on until It reached a shelter of shrubs biding It from view. William, the Frederick prince and Prince Adelbert, tn long gray mantles walked briskly forward. 'Other members of the family alighted from their cars Prince Oscnr, the duke of Itrunswlck, Prince Fuersten-berg- , Oen. von Gontnrd, chief of the household; Countess von Keller and Countess .von Itantzau, the stnuchest friends of the late empress and Indies In waiting In the old days, and the court chamberlain, Baron von Spltscm-berVic-tnr- ln n g. OiJ Ilepresentntlves of QUeen. WIN ims-ili- lj s i THEDFORD'S fici-l.- i j p.irtii--11I111- - f -- Black-Draug- ht - ilium-Imm- s n Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- K .x:'ooctc;4' . ! Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht "Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- medicine eel Iicavv while vnn wsiMi diem if you feed Tuxedo I log Ration. I lll r?nl..rlr j.l m.l.!n ! I alanced ration fattens your stock at less cost per pound than any other feed. Keeps your hogs healthy, vigorous, and their appetites on edge. Good for breeding rows and boars. It keeps vitality at Its perfect balance of feed values keeps themfromgetting-ofTtlicirfeed- ." The scales show the difference ,08 ""ion and llr cc," uxcao is extra profits ordinary "The difference" for ou. top-notchog-feed- IiPMHOGlUim HoKS Tuula Hot Ration It made Jy The Early & Danltl mahtt of TuxeJo Chop, Ett Slash, ttt. Buy it from your local Jtaltr. If he tannot tupph you. icrtte ut for name of nearest dealer. Company, Tuxe:do HOEIMION THE EARLY & DANIEL CO., Inc. CINCINNATI, B m ISTrr- 07&'S. v3sriSjj.f&rzr''5&?,'",rsTJj'&'r7 r7.Tr -- iMet,v . -- OHIO en dry leaves, baik and roots, and onl tluough the speed of funds to obtain lids grain before It is cut oit b the plague tan these peopio be saved fiom death by Minrvatiou. The raising of funds now, at the time when all efforts must be speedll put behind the wink, Is possible onlj liiiough orn'unl..itIniis In local ionium-nillos- . i he Rev. Dr. p. y, Mullius. Chairman In Kentiakj for tho Cliiuu I amine I und, Issued u cull to persons mi eniii luuiimimi.v in Ken I in I; j to get together at onie ami foim u loial organization for the solliltutiou of funds for these starving people define it Is too latu to save them. Through the China Pnmliio Piuid money lolleeted In America Is distributed to every oigan-lutloIn the famine district doing work. The task Is too big for one orgaiilaitluu, the American Red Cross reports. The Red Cross aluudy has appropriated $1,000,000 and bus a large force of workers In the Held. "It Is a humanitarian cull," sus Dr. Mulling 'the need is grea and the time element is mi Important factor. Whcr ever Committees have not been formed wlthla tlio coullnes of this Stute, siin pathetic friends are urged to form their own committee ami usk the headouar. .Jcrs at Room 0. Hoard of Trade llulld-ItiC- , Louisville, for further informa tion, it win be gladly furulsuid. re-li- ever found for the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. j, xa Phi tl K 11 mmm UFA' I'l V is "VtJ lnr ;,t rHr AI irter rHhA j4nT"1x m ifi s vs. mm ivr-- r 1 I 7 . IBSP ktiB vWk Southern Optical Company lacorponUd mgERJS? lli ,0IrM nil tw Spectacles and Eye Glatstt ' Kryptok (tnvlubU btlocal Un) Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky. t.-.r- -' f -- uhtimmi s KVIW OF COMSTIPATI ON Perhaps the most serious of tho with f will finish the walls attractively. Carey Board is ideal for attic and third floor rooms. It is made of pure fibre in three layers and the layers are cemented water-proo- f asphalt. Women Made Young Bright eyes.'a dear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system In order by regularly taking r helmlna of Holland, the dowager queen and the prince consort, together with representatives of the king of Spain and the king of Sweden and a number of Dutch officials closed the procession. , When all hail collected around tho r, colAn the court chaplain, Doctor his voice vibrating with emotion, delivered a brief oration. Tho eoffln was then placed tn the railway carriage, which Wllhelm, Frederick William nnd Princess Louise entered and remalued for a few moments. Then the led the wjiy to the cars In which the other members of the party were to sleep and remain during their Journey. He thanked them all and took leave of them. Back to Exits at Doom. For a brief period Wllhelm became dimly visible to those who had gathered to watch the ceremony, his figure that of a man broken by sorrow. Princess Louise entered the automobile with her father, the door closed und the car glided on, carrying the exile back to confinement at Doom, to face his fate without the devoted wlfo who until now had shared his humiliation. The last farewell visit to the funeral car was paid tn the morning, before It proceeded to Potsdam. Those who remained on the train to accompany the body Included Prince Adelbert nnd his wife, Prince Oscar, Prince Fuerstenberg, Countess von Keller, Countess von Itantzau and llnron von Hpltscmbcrg. A service In mourning for the former German Empress Augusta Victoria was held In Doom castle Sunday morning, attended by all tho members of the former Imperial "household, some of Its most Intlmute friends and several officials of the Dutch gov- -' ernment. Tho service was nn affecting one, and during Its progress forEmperor mer Wlllluni frequently sokbed and at one polnt seemed at the verge of a breakdown? Prince Frederick William, his brothers, Adelbert and Oscar, and others of the mourning party were In tears as they knelt before the catafalquo bearing the coffin In which lay the body. The service was conducted by Dr. Dryander, the former court chaplain, who took the text of his sermon from the tenth verse of the second chapter of Revelation : "Be thou faithful nn. t death, and I will a crowa' lift- Dry-ande-n t gttbee H'l iU. ' - ' -- 1 ' " V"- 'V 1 diseases causod by constipation is If you would avoid this ditnyerous disease, keep your bowels tegular. For ibis' pur pose. Chamberlain's Tablets aro excellent, easy to lao and ml gentlo in effect. iippondieiti.s. u-- Asphalt U n wonderful Insulating material that'i one reason why Carey Board applied to your unfinished attic will make the room Itself and the whole house cooler In summer and warmer In winter. Sarey Board comes regularly In a cheerful buff color, also in five colors to match popular wood finishes. It can be painted or decorated If desired. rf You can apply It yourself or with the aid of a single carpenter. No muss", no delays, no regrets. It Is very Inexpensive, It can never It easily i ttuiblie J at any time. We hove It in stock i.i as many crack. few can be or as sheets as ou desire. COLD MEDAL S. T. Mt. Voruon, Ky, -. PrG(r today Ths world'a standard rsmsdy for kldny, livsr, bUddtr and uric acid UoubUs. tht 1690. AGENTS .WANTED We want a lady or gentleman gent for tho gonuino J. R. Wat-kin- s fireducts in Mt. Vernonjaa other vacant towns. A Bjguj-portua- ky for a hustler. Writ h im particulars of our wonderful tdtmr free sample and Co., 64, Memphis 28 4tp Ar Tenn. ' -B- nsmlsa of Ills and looks. In us sine All druggists, thrss si.ts. J tfflMlB-.- RdTheSteMU 4 jJm ibflaaa jA Do you know you can roll 1ouroon Pouffry, Remedy .fl; To The Republican ;- Voters! no ms fAxrn MONDELL SAYS cigarttttsfor on bag of lOcts from -, RocKcastle County BotKi Men and Women: After being urged by many of my friends and carefully considering the matter I hereby announco myself as a candidate for Cholera, for re election to the office of Magistrate of fifth district, composed of Wildie, Conway? North and South Brodhead voting neck, Gapes, Diarrhoea products to be held on August 6 1921, My record as' Justice of and other poultry dis- Peace and also as a membor of the fiscal court for nearly three and a half years is an open bosk and I invito your closest inease spection; I have not pleased overy body uoithor did the Lord GENUINE the righteous please every man. I have d ina my b3t as a Justice with what help and proof TOBACCO that I could get to miko this country n more fitful place to live FOR SALE HY and raise our children. I have tried to make peace with nehjhVjf bors instead of stiring up law suits to got cost out of. I have tried to vote as a member of the Fiscal Court to tho best interest of tho tax payers. Remember that your tax is M T . VERNON nothing more than virtious gifts to keep up state and county affairs, there is 4o cents state tax to keep up state expenses. The Legislature passed an act making it law that the Fiscal SHERIDAN BOWMAN Courts in each county should levy a tax not less than 50 cents Mt. Vernon, Ky, Mny. I3 192: PROP. on each one hundred dollars of taxable property and not less l board, tie Fiscal-Tojili an 25 cams poll tax that-gohas untlii-11more to do with that, there is a 20 cents tax r ftj 1 vi f " Thu JunForVTi'd SThtTiTS trrt ,. 15 that goes to pay on the bond indebtedness that tho people sn wiTfi&ri tion will be held at Mrs. O. D. voted on themselves, 35 conts general fund and ib conts bridge Bryants tonight. ' lovisw.Lt 4NahvillcR.R.Co. fnnd to Icosp up the bridges of the county, 25 cents road and Sidney Hellard who has beo tax to keop the roads iu repair, buy tools, lumber, nails, corTIMK TABLH. quite sick for the past two weeks rugated culverts, build and gravel roads and buy rightoways 2 north p in Is able to sit up. 5.23 and claims for hauling to overseers, making a total tax of $1.80, 24 north 8:17 a m so you 'see the fiscal court handles only 7o cents of the tax Mrs. C. H White hos return28 south 12:20 p m ed from a visit to her husband money. 21 South 12:122 a m " We realize the coui.ty owes some money while' at the same in Mt. Caraiel Illinois. time we hope that you will realize that the fiscal court has made Miss Anna Green of XexingJ Jas. Landrum, Agent. more improvements within the last rive years in the county ton is visiting her sister Mrs. Phone No. 8. than it has in many years before. The Fscal "Court is a court Ina Miller this week. of reco'd and speaks only through its record, the County Mrs. Lizzie Cress at d son Court Clerk malces a minute ou tho minute book of the orders and Mr. and Mrs. Henry made by the fiscal court and spreads them at large on the Daily motored to Stanford Sun. order book kept by him, if tber is anything circulated around is in Louisville this r Louise Moore of Stanford has that you don't understand go to tho order, book in tho Clerks week. ben visiting her grandmother office where ttie order is recorded in full and see if you can't ,. , ChristoplurMullinsis up from Mrs. S. H. Martin this week. have a better understanding about the matter. Stanfordr-".- . : K. J. McKinney was among So if I am nominated and reelected 1 will try to make you a : .t the delegation from Brodhead at clean , sober and common sense officer as I have tried to do Julia Fish" Is at home from ' tending court this week. ; heretofore. Louisville for visit; ' $ Thanking you in advance for any thing you may do for me. J. S Sw ntord of Oisputanta a L. D. Taylor was in Lexington . I remain your humblo servant and friend, Is now connected with the State last week. Freeman Ketron. road Camps as guard. , Dr. Jtl. Pennington was in J Miss Gracie Taylor was the Cotbin'during tho week. guest of her sister Mrs. E. D. Mrs. A. B. Sparks has return-e- d M rs. Jess Meadrws is visiting Hopkins of Corbin last week. visit to from .an extended in Corbin this week. I relatives Mrs. W. F. Linton was up Louisville. For Infants and. Children ,.. .Mrs-- . J. D. Henderson visited from Louisville visiting Mr. and Sprowlo Hannah Misses R. A. Welch the last few In Us For Mrs. ' relatives in B rod head Sunday, Years Louise Landrum Lucille Albright Always bearsf' ednBgi.'' . r Meshaclt Gentry is at home days. and Bernard Franklin and Jack -f Mnm tlnalaH Anitntu Alalia .HAnta ature Gus McForron, aruall child of OrawfordnattendodJithellSiattt lx!&$E&il ?KSHsISS w.aorneno is --visiti RL. McFerron had the misfor-tun- o Christian Endeavor Conveutio n Tjr ' - ...lughor parentsvin Boston. to break his arm first of at Ashland last Saturday. Mr ,'t "Kv".w V'T ' ' "' Joe Cartid of,' Pirieville is here the week. The Washbuf n Weaver carni I I on business this week. Warden W. A. Stapp ol the val is with us this week They ,;' without " ' J. H. Mullins of Louisville is road camp .spent a put of the are located in Dr. A. G. Covell's Monty baek Salvt f.lttqucttion In th. If HUNT'S treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. week with relatives' in Columbia, lot on West Main street. v. visiting relatives here this week Ky. RINQWORM, TETTER or akin othtr 7 Itchlnr box at dlaeaiea. ' V Try a our rlak. Mr and Mrs. 0. C. Cox have cent Rufis Red Rabbits for sale Mrs.S. B. McKenzieand childbeen visiti g in Lynch this week, , five mpnths old, $l.oo per pair. Store Pioneer v'"'-4- Airs. Ann Fish has been sick ren of St anford visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Fish Call or write A. Attetron, awhile is slowly im- ,." Wildie, Kv. 29 this week 2 v. ' proving Andrew Gentry of Hardburley ' Miss Blmclie Crawford is at homo after an extended stay iu Perry county is here for a visit LUMBAGO. a id;to atten 1 the graduation of Florida. AP is a rheumatism of the This Arthur Rice, L. &. N. flagman his daughter Miss Rosa. muscles of .the back. It comes C.O. Davis, H. N. Bujaette on suddenly and is quite painful. wai be'e from. Livingston this S. T. Proctor and Miss Elizti Every movement aggravates tho morning. at-disease. Go to bed, keep quiet Owen Jar rot t with the Wolf Laugford left Tuesday to ten.l tho Christian Church Con and have Chalmberlaln's LinT '.Tie Co. was here from Brodhead i--lf vontidh at Jellico. ment applied aud a quick tecovory Thursday. Mrs. Sam Lewis leaves for may bo expected. Mrs. J. F. g Adams, of Fie mm Mrs. G. was visiting in Mt. Vernou Knoxville next week to visit Dann, Brcchport. N. Y. writes friends there and .thou will go 10 '" 1 can honestly say that Cham this week. Chattanooga to visit relatives berlain's Liniment cured me of YOU can't afford to let any Mrs. W. G. MoBee and little that golden cream esShe and tier mother Mrs Weber lumbago a year ago lust summer. . daughter Mtrtha are visiting in will began'usiuK it, I was flat cape in the milk. If you' know return about the first of When I Stanford. where the leak is you are going on my back in bed and could not June. to stop it. We can show you how Misses Frances and Martha The Bailey a nd Whitu case was turn to tho left or right I had a thePrimrosestopsthetinieatleak. Sparks are in Louisville this TTie Primrose Cream Sepa called for Friday Several wit bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment week. rator skims clean to the very iu tho honse and this was applied hnesses hive r eported. last drop. It is simplicity itself to mv back. It momptlv drovo in operation. The Primrose is away the pains aud aches." the only cream separator which doesn't obstruct the cream outlets in the bowl with a cream screw. Running quickly over a few subof the other high spots stantial supply can, heavy tin- irtafuce the liWen, Den't SMft It. Republican Houst Leafcr Pleads. fL. fc REKJU. OBJEOTIOfUBLE TAXES r BelUverf HMPrflfs Bfor Senate CommltUs on th Legit. latlen Wilt Not Start for An. othsr Wook or Two. A superior remedy , Flninc BulCDurham Is it good - , SIGNAL t Pioneer Drug' Store quality? ANE thing you want to be sure of in the thing you buy: Is it good? The price may be a very important consideration to you; it often is. But when ' r- es lathe-schoo- rt Washington, April 10. Oongrtsi will refuse to enact sales tax legislation, Repretentatrre Mondell of Wyoming, Republican leader of tho house, declared. Mr. Mondell also reiterated his previous declaration that there should be a "lifting" Instead ot a "shifting" of tax burdens. He Indicated his belief that objectionable taxes could be renealed with- oat providing any substitutes, not withstanding President Harding's declaration In his address to congress that relief from tax burdens could come for tho present only through ' readjustment of taxes and that the revenue from internal taxation must be kept up to a level ot at least 4,- 000,000,000. - ; ? ? k 1 , you need things and have to buy, you want to be sure of what you get. PERSONALS lolin-Lui- Del-hur- t, We know that's what you want; and that's why we are so careful in our own buying. We must have quality first; such clothes as Hart Schaffner & Marx make If you aren't satisfied after you have worn the clothes we give your money back. v . Gives Two Reasons. "There Is not going to be any sales tax," said Mr. Mondell, "for two reasons. First, a sales tax under the American form of government cannot be Justified save as a war or emergency measure, and, second, for the reason that the country needs a liftI ing of the tax burden." Representative declared, Mondell that the floating debt must be consld-- l ered a part ot the war debt ancL financed as such. He said It should, be carried along until refunding op--, eratlons are necessary In connection with the Victory loan and then ab sorbed In a long term bond issue. Time te Repeal Texts. "The time has come," said Mr. Mon- -, dell, ''to repeal seme of our taxes-rathe-r than to be cudgeling our brains searching for new methods of tar-- , I tion." Present prospects ara that the hear-- , ings before the teaate finance- cosa- -, mlttee on tax legislation will set startj for another week or two, or uttl-t- t emergency, tariff bill Is et ta way. - ot 11 PAID UNION GRAFT ON DISHES Manager of Hotel FurnlshlnsjSrempMy Saye Business Agent. Exacted Triav ute on Hotel Job In Chicago. Chicago, April 10. The "tribute" system which is said to pervade Ue building Industry from excavation to cornice was alleged to go so far a to bring demands for money because of dishes used in north side hotels.' Tlie Dalley commission heard testis mony from the manager of motel furnishing company which was forced, according to his charge, to pay Van. agent of the waiters' union before the " ' dishes ami glaeswlre TconWStjten iw.aJAtelnn Sheridan roa6?' "Tour dishes wonTbCBcrcpMc the waiters," the manager was told. "Why not?" he asked. "They're nonunion made, and union waiters can't handle nonunion dishes." After considerable bickering, tba manager discovered that the waiters would handle the dishes if the agent told them it would not mar the cause of unionism to use that particular set The permission of the agent was"pur-- J chased," according to the testimony,' and the dishes are being used to day. CASTOR Qvf30 . A SPECIAL kClOTHES Air. mensanoBoys Outfitter ee.kjtNl.KV. & -- jMa&m '&2S.t THE HOME OF HART SHAFFNER I- -; MARX i .m,m. Al ff iTAT !.'.. y.S. . J- - .P.Tl.. ;Fj$HS ECZEMA! fr2 Drug WTii for-qui- te tp "? J EilHH ngs-bur- Even to the Children Cry Tiniest Leak CASTOR1A Tho If qualifications appeal to you Councilstreet cotmnittoe of the City is making rapid progvote for T. J. Ball tor Circuit ress in repairing Richmond and Court Clerk. 29 ltp West Main streets for tho oiling Buy the best, and forget the which is to begin soon. rest. The best of every thing at Don't leave town without one Fish's or two of Fish's trunks, suitcases Tho resolutions required the or Lags. oiling of the streets of Mt. VerFOR SAUii About 6 or 8 non should have read, between hundred, bushel good sound the 1st and :5th of May instead white corn. See or write James of June. IS $26,000,000. Lucas, Mt. Vejnon, Ky, Corn CROP LOSS FOR SALE: Southern Queen onemilo south of Hiatt store.27.2tp Great Damage Caused to Fruit Trees sweet potato slips, 20 conts per In Three States by April Judge Henry Prowitt of Mt. BHuard. hundred at bed, Sterling is here as special Judge J.W.Rlddlo Chicago, April 10. After one of the to try tho cases William Nelson p Orlando, Ky. most unseasonable spring blizzards la and others vs. M. J. Miller and Chicago's history, In which lives were lost, a milk famine was experienced, S. F. Bowman vs, J. W. Rider. and much property loss was Incurred, FOR FLETCHER'S the city awakened to a promise of bet-- , tor things. "Fair, with slowly rising' temperature," was the word handed down by Forecaster Cox. But every.J or nearly every, sliver cloud bus its dark lining. In this Instance the black; lining Is a $25,000,000 loss to fruit !""M ,,'W SPECIAT. CLOTHES i , .... " Saaaatf u. . ". 2a-2t- - Bf?gg!BjS crops In Illinois, Michigan and Indiana, l'eaclie.-i- , plums and peurs were disastrously hit, but apples managed to weather the extreme fall of mercury. l. for uitd-Aprl- PLAN NEW HOMES FOR WOMEN Building Valued at $5,000,000 Each Will Be Erected As Tribute to of Women During War. Sr-Vic- VS&jv g bowl, highware, est grade material, simple driving mechanism, all parts oiled by splash from supply in gear case, sanitary frame. 'There are several exclusive close-skimmin- i.'l.'I i Would vou like to hear the pkonograph Mr. Edison uses? OSeftl Laboratory Model. We mm hsiemsct diiflicatri Come In and tMirlww vitrfact m1u of 'MMiH Kdw what kind of Instru" meat U TUaat pwrnotrapn baa iuulleifer M personal use. Earle Phillips CANDIDATE o ..County Court Clerk . .(, lfejn c,a V Subect to the action of Republican Primary August, 6 t features whose values are obvious on a demonstration. We want to explain every one, and show how they all tend to save you that valuable cream to the last valuable drop. You are in the dairy business to make money. You need the warm skim milk for feeding. Let the Primrose help you. The size of your herd in jo way affects the ratio of profit The Primrose saves on the gallon you can figure your profits. w- mmiJKtii0"s aSHHJWS T.!Y wu S (Dealer's Name and Address) Good, painters like to do good work. They are as in seeing that much interested as the property-owne- r the paint they put on looks good and wears well. The fact means much, therefore, that many painters always use Hanna's Green Seal Paint on every house painting job. They find that' PAINT HANNA'S GREEN-SEAproduces the right results. It imparts a beautiful glossy finish; it wears well; it forms a durable film that covers the surface thoroughly without brush marks showing; and every gallon spreads out over a wide area. In the long run Green Seal is the brand most economical to use on your property, L -- Washington, April 10. Construction of a home for women In New York and another In Washington, as a, tribute to the sen tees of women to Immunity during the world war, was; tentatively decided upon by the League of American I'en women at Its, The sessions Just concluded here. buildings would cost about $5,000,000, each. Two Kill) by Qaa. Iowa, April IS. Mr. Rurllngtou, Shay, pioneer Mrs. Fratik and residents of Burlington, were found, dead In their home, deuth being da J to gas. Sold By, KTANPnuB.Ky-- : 'Ty)e53-- , - 5'1 - sr 'YM1Z Your support is earnestly solicited J. M. ROBERTS UltODUEAD, KY, T N NOE Ky Mt Vernon, AGKKTS WANTSU. Sell tho gemilae Hfetkias Products! Medicines, 'Extracts, Spices, Soaps, Shampoo, eto Live Lady or Gentleman Agent wanted in Mt. Vernon and other' ant cities. All or spare and sample freo Write today Tho J. R. Watkins Co. 63 Moajphis, Tenn .4 time-Particula- ' ' i h- -l! v , V is rn Children Cry for FUtchtrt By Far the Best Tires We Have Ever Made per-rfT- FOR SALE I On Monday May J 6 at the Stock Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself, Gastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children'. Comfort The Mother's Friend. Xbe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - ana has been mane under his sonal supervision since its infancy. X''&CA4G Allow no one to deceive vou in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA , Good as Goodyear Tires have always been, they are eVen better now. More improvements have been made in them in the last few months than in any equal period in our history. Larger, stronger, heavier, and more durable than ever, Goodyear Tires in every size and type are today by a wide margin the most economical and satisfactory you can buy. You can get them now of your nearest Pens in Mt. Vernon: One new Binder with truck or tongue Just cut J 2 acre Wheat good as any One walking Cultivator One power Corn Shelter 75 ft. 6 in. 4 ply Belt, new One Buggy & Harness One Pair yearlings Mules the above will be on the ground at the Stock Pens ALSO Have two Threshing Machines, will sell cheap, c.n be seen at Herbert Bullock's on the K. J. McKinney place at Hansford 5 miles south af Mt. Vernon. Any of. the above can be bought on credit at 6 months with noueand approved W. M. Bullock security. with County Agent Spence for the purpose of discussing the results of recent experiments with other farm problems. Speakers at the meeting will be Director Tohmas P. Cooper of the Kentucky station, M. O. Hughes, special agent of the station S. 0. Jones, a member of the Soils and Crops Department and Prof. George Roberts, head of the Department. a-l- ong Goodyear Service Station Dealer. The Goodyear Tire &. rubber Company Offictt Throughout the World GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS ""fi GiLytfffi&fa In Use For Over Th Kind You Hav 30 Years Always Bought oon yijy EAR v$- PLANS BEING COMPLETED FOR JUNIOR CLUB CAMPS. Lexington, Xy Plans are rapidly being completed in connection with the acnedule of junior agiicultural club camps whereby Kentucky farm boys and girls will bo given a real vacation this summer, according to announcements com intc from tueoffico of C.W. Buckler, of the state college of agrlcul. turb and leader of junior club work. A schedule of 23 four camps f 2 counties has been complet01-- ones beginning on the same day while the third will start fo ir days later and continue with the other two. The schedule of camps as an nounced by Mr. Buckler is &s follows: Rockcastle Garage MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY July 4 to 8, Muhlenburg and Simpson county; July il to 15, Ballard, Logan and Campbell county; Tuly 18 to 22, Graves, Warren and Rockcastle and Madison county, July 25 to 29, Union, Barren and Knox, Clay and Bell county; August 1 to 5, Henderson, ed." Hart and Whitley county; August The camps will begin July 4th 8 to I2, Daviess, Larue and Lar- and end August 27th will be held anueld Jackson county; August in three series, the first aud second i5 to 19, Shelby, Taylor and lJow- Brodhead Garage BRODHEAD, KENTTCKY oil. Lee, Owsley and Breathitt ROOSTER DESTRUCTION county; August a2 to 26, Jeffer IS GOAL OF CAMPAIGN. son, Marion and Boyd, Lawrence Lexington, Ky. and Martin county. Manv roosters on Kentucky farms aro expected to be disposed of during the coming weeks as a result of a campaign being conducted by the Poultry 'Depart-m'ep- t of the College of AgriculMr. and Mrs. Joe Whttatfer of ture. A proclamation announcHarlan are with the Inters paring May 23 to 28 as "Rooster ent? Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Allen Week" has been made and farmand other relatives this week. ers, asked to kill, confine or sell Bon Mullins of Livingston was all male birds during that week with the merchants here Friday. and those following throughout Bob and Forrester Mullins atthe summer. Roosters running! tended church nt Red Hill Sun. in the flock cause fertile eggs day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker which spoil rapidly during warm were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. weather. Farmers aro suffering Ben Mullins of Livingston heavy annual losses by reaaon of and attended the show. this, specialists in the departThe three small children of Mr. ment say. and Mrs. Arch Mullins of Living, Experiments have shown that iton have been the guest of their fertile eggs are unfit for food grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T. R, 2 hours in waim weather Mullins for several days. Mrs. after whjle infertile eggs may be placVersilla Sharpo of Cincinnati has ed in an incubator at 103 degrees been with her parents Rev. and snd loft for 14 days after which Mrt. W. D. Mullins for the past they are still suitable for food. Miss Ida May two weeks. Mullins is with her cousin Miss Russie Mullins this weak. Some are douo planting corn in Our little city was favored on this part and soino haven't plant- last Thursday evening, and Fried any Jones Durham day afternoon by a 8 reel 8ox- and daughter Mrs. Kolley Mullins Hygiene entertainment under were the guest of Mrs. Bert the management of our local Mullins Sunday Luther Howard Y.M.U.A. Sec'y Mr. Mr. R. W. was the guest of Luther Mullins Roaf. The Y. is exerting itself in Sunday. Littio Ercello Mullins every way possible lu muKing of Livingston has been with her our community life better for our grandmother Mrs. MuttieMul young people. 1 ins the past two weeks. AN APPEAL K)R A W0R f ( K r YOU iu o WITHERS NEWS :aS. Old Glory unov on the Seven Seg I Sat-nig- THY CAUSE. We, the Church of Christ at Cove, have been worshiping in a school house most of the time for fifteen years and have decided to build a church house. We have purchased a nice site on which to build, and a number of people have signed to donate to this cause, so we are now ready to receive the donations from those who have signed and all others who wish to help. Your help will be greatly appreciated. The building committee is J.W Riddle. W. H. Proctor, Ed Owens Fleni Parrettaud James Bullock Mail all donations to J. W. Orlando, Ky Riddle, Treas. WHOOPNGCOUGH. This is a very daugerous dis. ease, particularly to ohildren under five years of age, but when no paregoric, codein or other opiate is given, is easily cured by giving Cbamlrlatn's Cough lera edy. Most people believe that it must run its course, not knowing that the time is very much short ened, an d that there is little danger from the disease when this remedy is given. It has been of used in rgany epidemics whooping cough, with pronoun ced success. It is safe and pleasant to take. The value of acid phosphate and limestone in increasing crop yields in this section of the State will be one of the important thing to be brought out at the annual spring meeting on the Ber.ea experiment fields May 80, according to an announcement nude today by County Agent, Robert P. Sponce. Experiments conducted since 1913 on the field show that the use of these two materials has resulted in the corn yield being increased an average of 128 bushels per acre, whnat 6.6 bushels, soy bean hay 1,568 pounds and clover hay 3,163 pounds an acre. Acid phosphate was used at the rate of 200 pounds per acre per year and limestone at the rate of two tons per acre for the rotation of corn, soybeans and wheat and clover. The meeting is being hold by the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station in CASTORIA Fr Infants aad Children Always bears the Signature of In Us For Ova r 30 Years CZt&fff&zfcc n . VJBa. BBBB!BBBBkuBJBa'BBLJ Ifontv ban wit boat If HUNTS Salr. Mia la tmlniMt af ITCH. BC29MA. er RINOW0RM.TETTK othtr Itohlaa tkla dlstMta. Try a 75 crat boa at our iltk. byd Pioneer Drug Store I' One To Pleasure of a Man's AbiTify Successfully His Bank Account irs Ship and Sail under the Start ..and Stripes to all parts of the world can now travel, or ship your goods, to part of the world on American owned and American operated ships, flying the American Flag. American ships are modern, scientifically designed and constructed, new ships built for satisfactory service. JVJanage-His-Atfa- Is The man who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites confidence. The frugal and thrilty man finds a ready extension of credit when he needs it. , Everyone should savo a portion of his earnings. We extend to you the advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. We pay interest on timcTdoposits. American ships will carry you in comfort to South America, England, Europe, the Mediterranean and the Far East. And the further from home you go, the more of a thrill you'll have to see the Stars and Stripes floating above your head. yet.--M- rs. President Harding says: "We know full well we cannot sell where we do not buy and we cannot sell successfully where we Jo not carry." Operators of Passenger Services Aaailral LIm 17 CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, President. W. L. .Richards, Casriler. V lla&IU an Hawaii. Mataaa NavlfatWa Ca. 8a. Gar II Baltlaior BU Baltimore, Hi. ta Harana. Panama Canal. Lea Ancalaa, ttaa a4 Hawaii. MuasM Staaaa Ski Uaa B.aT.r BU IIN.w York N.w York ta Bio U J.n.rlo. MonUfliao, ana BuaaM Stat. St, Nw York. N. Y. S.attla ta Yokohama, Koka, Honskow, Shanghai. 8lara pora, aid ocaaalonajl te fatlft. 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