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Mount Vernon signal: June 17, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921061701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 17, 1921 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X i j riih ru "' fs Centrally Located Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway 11(0111$ it gw -- J n between FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, iSfYTVo 4 Cincinnati, Khoxville and Louisville Established 887 34th Year people. No 34 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky TV 4 June 17, 92 1 Price? J. 50 VOTE FOR PER VCAR IN ADVANCE J.A.JR0WN Quote Deliver Masterful AdilrcM. Judge Ilobsoit In Support of Iletlmnini. Mr. ltrown wiltl ninny K,Mt' tliliiB". I" niiil dUctiHieil ninny vllnl Ills groat pncli nt the court house licre on tlic eveiiliiR of May Hip Slril. will not publish Olio Comoiimweiiltli i, although It nil "f Mr. nrownH hih-ikIeloIn nil good, nml ring wltli wiiwrti quence, liming traveled from liU , lionie In Wayne county to SoinerM-t- In to pay n deserved trlhute to the order ii"tliw worth nml public service tif'JwlRe naturally he illreUetl imuh of Ida jpeech to ii iIImmmhIoii of Judsi' record an Circuit JuiIrv of mat-tctldt Judicial district, and to oilier liearlne directly upon the ipiallfl- eiitlon of the present JiulKe to serve the people again In that rapacity. The Commonwealth employed n Ktenogra pher to report Mr. llnmn'a tpoecli, mid such of the mieeeli as Is published Is jrUen verbatum. He said In part "I had u conversation with Judge IIoIkoii. Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, several years ngo In regard to the record of Judge Hethur tun. This conversation took place Just immediately liefore Judge lletliunim six l the nice for years ngo. Judge Hobson had review. ed much of the work of our Judge which wits taken from his courts to the court of appeals from time to time, nml was familiar with the ability that was displayed by Judge lletliunim In the Judgments npialeil from, und I want 1 ed to know the opinion of Judge Hobson was upon this utwtlon. a Deinm rut, and I kne that any opln ion that ho then expressed would be disinterested, and absolutely unbiased, or, at least, would not lie flavored In favor of Judge Ilcthuruin. I propound eil this tpiestlon to Judge Hobson: Judge Hobson, would you advise us to elect some othcr'mau as Circuit Judge in (ho place of Judge Ilctliurumr UN answer was lmmeiliate, and he said: don't know unv thing nliout Uctliurmu's opponent, or his iUnllflcutlons. I mn vY)eniocrat, und om not Interested In "the raw. and do not want to hurt any pnlt-riKHob-801- ri ' 1 knows what, I have to say In answer to your luicstlon. Judge Itcthuruui Is ono of the very best Circuit Judges In the Stitto of Kentucky and the best Judge in the mountains, "I hud oUserviil the conduct of Judge llethurum upon the Circuit Court bench for six jears, and I knew that his record was sixitless, and that his ability was not questioned by the bar of the district, or nny one else, but I AT AIJtANY MONDAY was curious to know what the Court of Appeals thought of our distinguished Jurist, udn I learned that ours stood Judge 11. J. llethurum and Judge at the very top In the eMlmaloln of Win, M. CaUrm-lot- H spoke the highest court in Kentucky. How lust Monday in the Interest of Judge much I was pleased and thrilled by the llethuruni's nomination for Circuit remarks of Judgu Honson, I am un- Judge. They also spoke nt Seventy-Sievening. I Monday night. able to express to ou this The crowd nt Albany considered It n tribute, not only to was n record breaker and both speak Judge, llethurum, but likewise u great ers were given the closest attention tribute to the people who are rcspon throughout and all they said was englide for Judge llethuruni's elevation thusiastically received by those pres to the bench In this district Judgo ent, Indicating lieyoiul a doubt the firm llcthurum's standing Is good not only hold Judge llethurum has In Clinton with tho Judges of the Court of Ap- county. Itcports obtained from party peals, but ulo with his fellow Circuit leaders from every part of the county Judges of Kentucky. They recognized show clearly that Clinton county Is in him sterling worth, and ability of strongly for llethurum and that he tho first order, when they made hlui will carry the county this tlmo by n the President of thu Circuit Judge's larger majority thau he lost the county Association of Kentucky at their an- six years ago. The Itepubllcans of nual meeting lu Louisville last De- Clinton are the real kind, and they not cember. After listening to tho eulogy only know that llethurum Is lu the which Judge Hobson pabsed upou our uninn with Ihpni. tint nlsi tlmt lie Circuit Judge, I needed no further cvl- - ,g u mi, Cm,t jjKC( tl0 kind they deuce of tho ability of tho man who',lllTe it.nrllea t0 know nmj t0 ukc. ,,eeu falic ,0 tne jlc sits in Judgment upon the rights of T, WM0 , oil the ieople of this circuit district, publican party nml not apply to ClinI know that our rights were securo ton Hepubllcaus for office. The crowd lu tho hands of such an able and cupa- - nt Seventy-Siwas exceedingly large, ble Judge. I am hero tonight for the too ,uany hy fnr for le j,ous(.( nml purpose of urging you people to hull' there It was the fcame story, nil for 1U- us retalu that spotless aim incorrupt-- tmrum. This Is the first efforts of iblo Jurist upon tho bench of thu 28th iuige cutron In Clinton and ho Is judicial district Ho stands well at .,ieaiiiB his hearers lu the fullest. home, and he stands well abroad; ho Commonwealth reflects honor upou the district that has honored him, and our people do DIG CROWDS not havo to apologize for his position upou any question becauso be is pure nt heart, and Is a stalwart defender of Attend Speakings In County In Tost right everywhere. I am proud to Two Weeks. ..Ikthurum and champion tho cause of a man whose Others Speak. legal ability and learning is praised by tho highest Judgo in the Una; a During tho past two weeks Judgo man who Is big enough to win, and not llethurum and others have been speak boast, and is oblo to fill tho office if Jug throughout tho county nt evenings elected, and big enough not to squeal and tho crowds have been unusually largo ami with tho very best order ami sulk, if defeated. "Freud, I know well mo two men and high enthusiasm for llethurum Who are candidates for Circuit Judge and for bis return to tho Circuit Judgo la this district. I was raised, aud now bench for another term. At mauy live, in tho county of thu birth of Judgo places It was evident that llethurum ilolhuruiu's opponent, and I come to would get almost every voto cast. He you, and with all my heart, appeal to is enthusiastically received everywhere you to reject the clslms of my former ho appears and the voters arc attentive ncVjhbor, aud ask you for the sake of to all ho says regarding tho race. The this great district, and all the people speeches made by him, and those live here, to stand by Judgo He-- couipanylng him havo been of a very thurum, aud to give us a Judge who high typo and tho people iu gcuerul know tho law, and administers it sem to tie well pleased with his inetli- -x x 1 ac-w- with due regard to the rights of the oils of campanlgnlng. Judge Itcthuruni will not stoop so "Judge llethurum, in addition to be- low as to enter Into a mud slinging nnd ing n moral, sober man, n Just and up- dirty campaign, but will, ns has been right Judge, Is a patriot, and during his policy all the time, contlnun his the late world war, did much to ad- campaign on the highest plane, giving vance our cause, nnd help to win tho no nttl'iillnu to false vhnrges. His policy Is to tell the jicoplc why he should war, "He was to the front In every move- Ik honored nt this time vvllli the lte- ment, responded to every requirement puhtlcun nomination for Circuit Judge of duty, and no man did more, accord- and Unless some one else inn give beting to his means, to assist the govern- ter reasons, Itepubllcans should cast ment In crushing the autocratic power their rote for llethurum and all other of (lermany than did Judge Uitliurum. candidates who huve betll true to their He isjn.es of patriotic stock. Ills fatli-c- r party and can show the best reason wrved with dlstlmtlon four yean why they should have the office. Commonwealth during the conflict lietwivu the North nnd Hip Houlh, and as a gallant Union soldier saw service uihiii nearly every great listleflelil that tested and proved the worth of men lu one of the fierc est avl bloodiest military conflicts that the world ever saw. Judge llethururn's son proudly marched lo the front lu the late world war, and as n true soldier nnd genuine patriot saw ser vice upou many of the battlefields of Kuropo. He did not hesitate, nor shirk. He did not offer nny excuse, but with the love of. country burning In r his heart, and Inspired by a genuine devotion to the cause, he responded to Hie call of the country, nnd with Hpnrtan courage remained In the thick. est of the batlle until the closing hours of the grcalest military struggle of all O time. This boy, with the courage .of a Caesar, went to the front. For seven weeks he faced the flcrniau army on the celebrated Hliidcnburg line, and RECOMMENDS (JHA.MHRR there endured all the hardships, and faced a living, seething Hell, that old LAIN'S TABLETS. aiory might continue to wave ns the Chamberlain's Tablets have He was bucli proud emblem of liberty. used by my liusbuiuland in willing to give his life In the cause self off and on for tho past five soul, nnd In that moved the Nation's yoats. Whon my husband goes common with thousands of others of away from homo ho always takes equal zeal and patriotism, left home a bottle of thorn along with him. nnd loved ones, nnd never retraced Whenever I havo that heavy feelhis footsteps until Germany was forced ing after eating, or foci dull nrd to yield, nnd the power of the German played out, I tnko one or two The Kiuplre broken und crushed. never shirk a rcs)anslbIIty Chamberlain's Tablets and thoy either In peace or war, and the pcoplo fix'tne up fine," writes Mrs, can mako no mistake by continuing to Nowton Vrcolund, Minoa N. y, trust them with position and power. Take these tablets when troubled The enemies of Judge Bethurum may with constipation or indigestion slander 1dm, and abuse him in the cam and they will do you good, paign now on. He will lie inturepre- Kcuted, and traduced no doubt, ns that seemJ1iTletnerficKjn tnulo of thcop- posltlon, but no amount of slander nnd misrepresentation will serve to drive his friends from him, and I predict that on the Cth day of August next, he will be nominated for tic high office of Circuit Judge by an overwhelming majority. He deserves It, and the people will are Just, and will give It" Commonwealth - g i iSTTTV 4 i JXTTttT tI re The Widow Cooper 'A nice c can oiftce: L'vn , R.L. LANCFORD for Sheriff can seo .....b, Who Is Mrs. Conner? Sim ! ilm ...tf t t t of tho Spanish American War Ho w.Vs n with Colonel Roosevelt and marched to the tuno of "Ho Times" He was a Ropub.cnn of the truest blue, also at, Odd Fellow in "ood standing until death, and a gentleman. " I have hvod In Rnnknistln in mn,o t f PUbIiC SCU00,S 1Uld am " 5.1fl to do U,o 'worK County Court Clerk Why? booKMttt ne .!.. """-.j...v ,i,. t'v,r"rf,,rt,,0COUn'otl0 PPto wLre f nviri-ii,i,- . Por .. heo, j una mate a , , ueep a vo&ZuZSTZ i.u ffillta,' T nlrwlrrn mttcnU in iiAiit IV. your will be so kind ns to elect ino. I am not lined up advantage, f with anyone am running my own race So ploaso remember that Lewis 'uu"'iioiiuio 1 W. H. LIVESAY wito and family were and aro Renuhlicuns. Thinblner nnn ntA n.11 fw primary Aug. 6, i92l I remhin on the trail. Cooper you but . . FOR JAILJER Mrs. Leliti May Cooper. Ca ididate for County Court Clerk. JOSIAH CUMMINS J.H LAMBERT AN ANXIOUS MOMENT IN THE PLAY, "FRIENDLY ENEMIES." Sober - Honest - Dependable TRY US, PROVE US, AND SUCH YOU "yiLL FIND US TO BE fc REPUBLICAN PRIMARY AUGUST 6, 4 A. -- 1921. T 4 IV3TXTT - 4fTrX4 A 4 I iKTTV 4 i T . .. ,.. 5M.f W?R &$?&$&? - Kennedy's Democratic Record IN PULASKI COUNTY Sloan's Valley precinct, Pulaski, county, at the general November election, 1917, at which general election the county officials were elected, and also the magistrates. "They further state that II. C. Kennedy was present at the polls at said precinct in said election, was there as a precinct worker for the straight Democratic 'ticket, and worked for said ticket, and fought the Republicans till noon on said election day. (Signed) "Dr. Thomas Ralston, "R. H. Halcomb." In a letter written by the said Kennedy to a prominent Republican in Rockcastle county, Sept. 17th, 1920, he admitted that he bolted the Pulaski county Republican tickeT in 1917, in the following language: "What I did in Pulaski county in some of the local races in 1917, is no secret. When I go on the stump there will be no denial." This same Kennedy on October 22nd, 1917, signed an article, and had copies of it published and scattered throughout Pulaski county appealing to the Republicans of the county to follow him into the Democratic party, and vote the straight Democratic ticket that year. A copy of this circular is in existence. It is too long to copy in full, but a portion of it is here copied for tho information of the voters. It is as follows: 'In our opinion there is but one remedy for Pulaski county, and that is for a while to turn Us affairs over to the Democrats. . They have nominated some clean, honest, capable men for the county offices, and their election would mean the redemption of Pulaski county." The voters responded to this appeal, but not to Kennedy's liking. They elected the straight Republican ticket from top to bottom, tho majorities ranging anywhere from 239 to 2234, practically all the candidates that he fought winning by something like a thousand majority each. Jt wB big dramatic success of the last few.taunua will now havo an opportunity years. It played for tno years on to see this great play presented by a Ilroadway. It has toured only the' company of Now York playors. "ftlendly Enemies" lias been the largest cities. Patrons of our Chau. White & Meyers Chautauqua MT. VERNON, K.V. Everyone should be made acquaint-edwit- h the conduct of Mr. H. C. Kennedy after his defeat six years ago in the race for Circuit Judge He went to Monticello" after the primary, and had Cress to meet him at the home of Kennedy's brother, John, and there they conferred one whole Sunday afternoon, and planned to defeat Judge Bethurum. They tried to carry out the plan, but failed, and the whole story of his deception and treachery will be fully exposed dur- ing the cbming campaign for Circuit Judge. The same Kennedy following closely on the heels of his bolt in 1915 bolted and made speeches for the Democratic ticket in Pulaski county, in the year 1917. He will not attempt to deny this, as this is one time he openly fought a Republican ticket. In order that the minds of the voters may be refreshed on what he did that year, an editorial that was published in the Somerset Journal, the Democratic organ of Pulaski county, September 28, 1917, is herewith copied. It is as follows: "The speaking at the court house last Saturday in behalf of the Democratic ticket by Judge Kennedy ,..and was well attended. In fact the Court house was overflowing, numbers leaving because they could not secure seats. The speeches of these gentlemen were to the point, sledge hammer blows were struck, a spade was called n spade, no one being Uft in the dark as to their attitude toward the Democratic ticket." After speaking all over Pulaski county that year for the Democratic ticket, this same Kennedy went to Sloan's Valley, some 15 miles south of Somerset, on the day of the November election of that year, and acted as precinct worker for the Democratic ticket. He was seen there by Dr. Thomas Ralston and Mr, R. H. of Burnside, Ky., who tell the story of his conduct in the following statement: "The undersigned state that they were on the election grounds at Hal-comb, Tommy Tayor w FOR :- July I llll 2-- 7 - 6 Days and Nights Ml -: . JAILER FITTING SERVICES ARE HELD FOR CAPT. GROVER C. PRICE. held for Capt. Grover 0. Price in Judson, at 2 o'clocic, Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rov. Markin and members of tho American Legion of Marshall nnd other Parke county posis, together with tho Masonic lodge. Burial in Mt. Morlah ccmotry, where a salute was fired in lion. or of he who mado tho supreme sacrifice. Bearers of tho pall wero six soldiers, doctors who served undor the flag during tho WoildWar T. T.Collmgs, J. R. Bloomor, J. J. Counelly, Rock viile; 0. S. White, Roscdalo; Thomas Ball, Waveland; and Dr. JohnE. Freed of Torra Haute. Dr and Mrs. John E. Freed of. Torre Haute, and Mrs J. L. Saunders of Newport, attended cho services. Mrs. Freed and Mrs. Saunders wero nurses in Franco and cared for Captain Price during his last illness. Captain Prlco was born in Wood stock, Ky., Fobruary 23, 1888. In lyo3 ho graduated from Loulsvillo Medical collego and began tho practice of modiclno in Judson a Bhorttlme afterward. Ho was com missioned a ilrst lieutenant, Juno 27, 1J171 anu was caneu into ser- vico In January, 19i8. While in Toul, France, ho succumbed Oct. 3O, 19i8,toanuttuckof pnoumouiu. Rockvillo Ind. Trlbuuo. Fitting funeral services were Thoroughbred Horses LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinnati) Annual Summer Meeting at June 4th to July 9th Stahss; IMSCHMl liXOICtr Saturday. Jun 4th ciifjnu situs SUurJay, Jun 4th UTCIIIt HUT vMoicir StluriUy. Jun UUi tmctsur tmuiiti HUOIO Saturday, Juno lllh mmr SUKS KMDICar the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. The unusually high class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of SaturJay, Jun 18th Saturday, Juna 18th It IIOECI Saturday, Juna 2Slh UlOKIi CMS Saturday, July 2nd Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. cuoxjw uopar Saturday, July 2nd mtmiictKCf w.::af Monday, July 4th Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated IIXlll ItCKE Mitieir th Saturday, July Latonia, Ky., Course y .sir ViV r 4im 4 . st (nm HT, - MT. Afilrrnt VHKNON at A SIGNAL itroml-rlM- i EimorEAN NOVELTY MUSICIANS. MOUNT V'KNOX.KY,. KKIDAY, JIIXK 17 1921 lliislfiira To See Wight Come i .ssssst y it the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poito'ticn I'ubllshcd every Friday by mall mattrr. Isss-sBM.! R MILLUR For Jailor T AX.NOl'XCKJIKNT W'v are authorized Id nimui'iiv (hbjfi't tu Hie m lion of tlie Kciibl!vnn Party lit next August Primary. Mi". Was So Restless He Couldn't S'eep and Daylfefa Was Always Welcome the I'xception of u little winch eoiipris.d my diet for m iv than .ight weeks, I could noi fiit anything, " mini leapt Ofurgi' V. Womiiie residing tit 105 Jennings St. Kno.willo jTeun a highly topdjte-- citizen of that city. "1 now able," contii tied Capt. Wmublf, afur taking tun hoitlcsof liinlaeto eat pr ctic-al- ly Willi t IH.I.MN I'lltCK I W. M. MuNBW, I'jir Circuit Judge. II .1. IIWIIURLAI KENNEDY. WILLIAM ARNOLD Jr. W.l)l II. I.IV'liSAY ISOM II SAVLOR, JOHNNY CI.ONT7, MONROK M. MILLKR II. " For Circuit Court Clerk. T. J, HALL W.T. (MUX) DAVIS, JK.'SU M. DKIIORI) For Comity Court Clerk. K. J. .MiKINNKY, HARM! LILTLK TOM TAILOR JOIINC. HOWARD For Mnglitrntu Dlntrlit. W. H. SIOMO.M JoIlN W MARI.OR For MngNtruto 2nd Dlstiid. HARRISON C. KIRIIY lt From Hie rouiatlc llttlu country of Croatia conies to ui on tho sccontl day ot our ChaiilaiiqiM a meat "' inu'inl and attractive musical The Cuatlan Tainliurlci Or Tliey appear In tho co:v rlmitra tumts of their native land, nlnglni; aud iilaylug their SlaUc music extra rwn-Uatlo- ordinary power. 'They use various sizes of the Tainhurlcn, the native Instrument of their people for generations. They hIbo play nnd ship many standard numborn of our com try as well ai our pnpular numbers. thrill-Iii- r hi Its sweetness nnd inll n v' Me-o-m- y, "ifciuLfisti'8fisMsBr how you'll take to Ci '3C1ffiilt 1 Ptltl.UrS, CROMKIl MAY COOI'KK I. W. IIUI.LOCK Magistrate1 Itli Illntr'i'1 While & Meyers Chautauqua MT I 11111 pipti ClAAV A 4TM.m tt MHS A DCLLAKI) COTTON, LKI.IA T J. NICKMJY I. MUM.INS, Fur MiiKi.lnile 3th 4NtiIrt. W. FKKKMAN Count" Jlldpe I.l'.K WARD Kr.ntoN I' I' ROIIIIINS, Jlli for Cuinlulile s. F. IIUWMAN. CAM MULLINS For Sheriff JOHN t KU.I.Y, For Tux CuiiiiiiUloneo HICHAM) IMA.VAMAX U. JOHN RUNNER JOHN F. PIOO, Ki)rv.son nllu 31st District. W M COTTON I'. I I.A.VOKOIU) D. G. CLARK RRV V.I. M. DURHAM For Suneyor CoNSTAllLIJ 4th DISTRICT J H. IIAK'KR CuiisUhWi th District We note in the Pulaski Republican of June 10th, the statement Mt. Vernon Sifnal h owned by Judge B. J. Bethurum and some of his friends at Mt Vernon and controlled by one of his friends as Editor. that the This statement is incorrect While we are pioud to be called a friend of Judge Bethuruni, the Mt. Vernon Signal is owned and controlled solely by Mrs. Annie E Miller. This paper is advocating Judge Bethurum's candidacy for Circuit Judge because we personally know, respect and admire him as a gentleman and as an officer. We stand for the best interest of our county, and believe that the interest of our county will be best served by his re election. Judge Bethurm has made us a conscientious, capable Circuit Judge, he belongs by birth to Rockcastle County, and has at heart the interest of our people; he is u true and loyal Republican, and we most respectfully insist that this paper has a perfect right to exercise the privilege of supporting him whole heartedly and earnestly, which privilege we intend to exercise, regardless of Mr. Kennedy's criticism. Mrs. Cbas. Gusiinean and little son Lucian, and Miss Fannie Rodgers of Bee I.ick were guests of Mrs. Josh WiUon last Friday W A. Murphy was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday, Miss Jo Davis nnd niece, Aliss Saliyo McKenzle left Sunday for their new home in Stanford after a few days visit with Mr and Mrs Walter Robins and family. Mrs J. T Lawrence was in Crab Orchard from Sunday until Tuesday with ber sister Mrs. Jack Collins Miss Ruth frith was in Livingston from Thursday of last week until Sat. She was accompanied by her aunt Mrs. John Clark and cousin Mbs Alum Clark. Mrs. Ethel Wbeeldon of Louisville, who is visiting relatives and friends here has been very sick sinco Sunday. Tom Francisco has purchased F, P. Francisco's property across the river. R. II llamin was in Livingston Tuesday. -- Rev. P. 11. Briun of Russelvill j is conducting a two weeks Teachers Training School at the Hupiist chinch. He has u largo enrollment Misses filla Belle Newland, Fannio Brook and llnzlo Albright wero in Mt. Vernon Friday of last week. Albeit larrott is Miffering from a sprained ankle. Mr. nnd Mrs. II II Hutchison and daughter liuvu returned to their home at Middlesboro nffra visit with Dr. and Mrs. W. K, Gravely and family. - Mr and Mrs. Logan Met 'nil weic up from Stanford Solid. iy. Charlie Rankin and Miss Kutio Melvir wero here from Crab Oichird Sunday. was in Corbin Miis Murn Owt-iim hridi.y and Saturduy. Mrs Brodhead which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." On tho morning of tho ninth Uncle Mort Owens - s 1 Fn-- d i ents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. visiting her parWard In Sh-cli- on Louisville this weak. P. A. was up from Lebanon Jet. A. J. Pike is 4 uosduy. with his right leg liiug and Wt.uaVi' to walk without the aid t if n crotch Mrs. John Pike and little son Lave returned to their Ihki.o i'i Louixville, t ey by Misses Edna uereitccotiip-tiiiiK- l Hicks HiulSiillii- - Brooks On tho evening of the 8 h of tbis mouth Mr Rolwrl K Hamm.brotl'er of J. I) Haiuin died at his home iu thu ( uion ruyliborliood. bo was 68 years r no mouth and 2i liJj!iJMJlllWuilLJILllLill! days old, ami n strict member of illlllLI Montr bick without Qutttlon ! felli in tht tho Baptist Uiurcli. Rev. Pike J ".iSli U HUNT'S Irtotnwnt of ITCH. ECZEMA. KINOWOKM, TKTTKK or preached his f Hiatal from tho text ikla othtr 79Itchlnf boi at our iltk. Try a at "If wo belie vo that Jesus died and rose again, oven tboy also Sold by PIONUEK DRUG STORE who was living with bis son J. W Owens of Brodhead also deceased, Undo Mort aslio was familiarly called was probably tho oldest man in Rockcastle county, ho was 93 years and 23 days oid when ho died. He was buried at Freedom Church of which ho was a member B'o, Pike preached his funeral. A great number of people attended both of Uiese funerals, for both of those good old mon had many relatives and friends in this community. Mrs Frank Sutton and children liuvt returned to their home iu Lexington after a three weeks visit with Mrs Sutton's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Owens Mrs. Lucy McCall was down from Marotburg last week with her daughters Merdames, James Frith and Jop Albright and Miss Lena McCull. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Cass wereiu Stanford Sunday. Mrs. R. H. Hainm is at Chesnut Grove with her mother Mrs. Gilpin, who is very sick Several were down from Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sunday for the ball game. Word has been that Miss Frankie Sprowol is in a ho'pital in Detroit witb appendicitis. The friends ot Miss Elizabeth Francisco surprised her with 11 party 011 last Thus- day ovoning in honor of her thir teenth birthday. Mr and Mrs. Grant Baker and little daughter Francis June have returned from where London they visited Dr. W.A. relatives and friends. Tyreo was hero from London last week doing dental work. Charlie Hendrickson has returned to Pine-vlll- o after a fow days visit with his mother, Mrs. K.J. McKinney -- Mrs, and Smith Walter child i'ii aro hero from Williams burg with her parents Mr. aud Mrs. J. M. Owens. Mrs. Smith aud baby have been very sick but Mr. and Mrs. are much better. Roy Mink who havo been visiting Mrs. W. F. Carter and other re) utives hero returned to their home in Louisville Tuesday, Mrs. Marshell Owens visited relatives in Stanford last woek. out by our exclusive pathad a b.id Inrm ented process) arc a reveof stomach and luifstituil tmu- t .... lation to the man who never l.l.. nir a long uu uineaiid for uion-tiacquainted with a V MiiUIih of Witlnus Mrs Kniily my condition had l.eun such WALNUT something with a joy'us could get A. has made a has returned homo after a slwrt pipe! P. I rn thai iLtcil agony I got mi I People aro busy plowing jimmy pipe and some pipe a thing of joy to four t with her daughter Mrs. W, in this pa'taml getting road, for cuiild iiol ea tho iuili'st , Prince Albert! Loyal Nino bMso , wheat Harvest 1 Roberts Potts tried doclnr nftei d et.tr and all Mr. and Mrs. men where one was smoked Ball boys still continue their tor. . Vnnover of Handy yisitol Mr and of medicine but nothing tli.it Because, a pipe packed before! was rific hitting: defeating Huston ".Mr-s- Booker Mullnis Saturday privscri .ed for ate seemed to do with Prince Albert satisfies Ever roll up a cigarette villo in one of the hottest and night. Little W. A Cooko sun of me any go, 1 I had a tenible pain a man as he was never satiswith Prince Albert? Man, most enthusiastic games Satuiduy Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Cook is iu my breast just over my heart fied before and keeps him man that lias been played on Brodhead slowly improving but you've got a Mr and Mrs, and for weeks and weeks I got U ttppr diamond in many seasons, the W H. Brown and Mr and Mrs no relit f. ttlj tliy tita. And, you can party coming your way! ttlntIn Albtrt rW satisfied! bmMI. hmnijtmt ptand scoro being lo to 10 in the ninth Cecil Purc-l- l of Mt Vernon ate I finally ot so nervous prove it! Why. P. A.'s Talk about a cigarette t'nl I aiwf U fMaiuf tin, inning and the last half of the visiting relatives at this place. actually dreaded to see night fragrance and smoke; we tell you it's a humMtri mndlnlhm flavor and poand trytmi tltt when Rev. James Cummins filled bis como as I cculd reached was eleventh hnm!4r milk not sleep coolness and its freedom peach! tfw$ mtlMtntr. Ciawford hit 11 homer. On Sun- regular appointment at Poplar and was always so restless tint I day llusionvilteand Mt- - Vernon Grove Sunday Poplar GroVe would nioice to see daviiulit met here nnd a very interesting Sunday School is progressing nic oune. I was also constipated all Csirtftltll game was played. Hustonvillo ely with an attendance ot i50 in of the lime. In fact, life R. J. IUtm r TlbUH eonicd C. by a score 01 16 tu 10 winning all seem greatlv interested a burden and I was so miserable WlutuJ it5 P.C, Mrs. K. J. McKii.nov was at Con I). M Cross was through here 10.11 1 was inmost on the vere way Sunday ami Monday to see hist week buying sheep . Mr of despair Several of inv noigh. the national joy, smoke ui- herneice Mrs Rudy Strand, who and Mrs. Virgil Brown and son hors told me nbout I'aiilnc and is mother ot twins which arrived Burgess visited bis parents Sun me to try it. last week. Their names are Cecil day. Born to tho wifu of Edd I nm personally aqtiainted with Mr. Gold Ramsey of Indhn-apol- is, Ray and Edna Grace. We wish Burton n fine boy on the tenth. Mr. Dan M. Chambliss ot tho formerly of this county Rov. W K Rix, our of cinn our new editor, Mrs. Miller much Miss Jala Brown attended comm firm of fuihlmau fc ChnmblNs. Miss RosaDalton who lias boon died Monday of this week from Mr. H. L. Murrell encement at Borea and reported and when I told him of success. pastor filled his regular nppoiut-menta- t in school at Borea has returned tho offects of boat, and was buried irv cor. and Miss Sallie McNellie were p nice time Sho will teach sciiool ditionand how I suffered Miss Emma Wynn, who Thursday. Mr. Iiamsoy was well Ftiirviow Saturday and home. he ad- joined in marriage by Squ're F F again this year in Harlan county. vised me '.o begin taking Sundnv. Mr. and Mrs P. B. has bec teaching at Har- know in this county. Mrs. Bella Tunlac Robbins last Wednesday F.F. -- Mr and Mrs Edward Cook visi without delay nnd that it hud ,0. Nunley motored upfront Winches- lan is her sister, Mrs. Lear of Mt. Vernon is a sister Robbins was in Con vay and Wil tod Mrs Cook's parents, A. S Far- lieved hundreds of the best peo ter Saturday guests of the latter', Albert Miracle and friends of this to Mrs. Ramsey and was visiting die last woek where he met many ley Saturday night Mr and Mrs pie iu Knoxvillo. I havo now tak parents Mr. and Mrs Win. Rich' place and will leave for her homo with them at tho time of Mr. - Miss'Rildn Chandler who is at In Indianapolis soon of his friends. It looks like that ho David Brown visited J R. Hamm entwp bottles of Tanlac and Miss Ramsey's death. We oxtond to am will carry all of his precincts. Sunday Wm Hurst visit Mrs. iving jou this tes'imonial in rim tending school in Korea was tht Lucy Kidd of Wallacetoii who has tho bereaved wifo and family our week. end guest of friends hero been with her brotlier C. 1J. Kidd deepest sympathy. We can say for him at Brodhead od her daughter Mrs Mary Br hope that it may induce nth-- ithat we dont know a single Vote ughton Monday. Miss Fanny to take it. Since t iking this nied nnd attended church at Kairview for soveral days has returucd LANSING, the Registered Mr and Mrs J. H. home. There was 11 largo crowd that he will lose. Farley lias returned home from icine I actually feel Jiko I lmJ Sunday. short Horn Bull owned by the Mt. Vernon whoro sho haa been been matlo all over aaain with the Lnmbertand children luivo rotur from this place attended the com Mt. Vernon Fair Association, can Some of the things to bo given attending school. Mr. W. H youth, energy, and ambition of ued from a visit to Mrs. Lambert's moiicomeut at Bcrea Wednesday be soon at the Stock Peas hero away at tho Mt. Vernon Fair this Warren is visiting his sister a Mr. T. H Branaman ot Austor: sister in Cincinnati Ohio. - Mrs sixteen jear old boy tomorrow. Saturdry June i8tb. year are u new Singer Sewing Elizabeth Warron of this place. W, A Watkius of Villa Grove III. litz was with his sistor Mrs. Ell This finu UM und other valuable Machine tho first day. a high class SHERIFF'S SALK nnd John Johnson ot Ford have Franklin Friday and Saturday things will 00 givonaway to some W. M. Stewart of this place was now tubbor tiro buggy the second By virtue of execution No. Q been called to tho bedsidoof their Mrs. Stanly Payne was in Borea one attending tho Mt. Vernon day, and a registered Short Horn killed at Harlan June 2 jwliUo Well and Friday. directed to me. which issued mother Aunt Mary JohnsOn who 7hur.-.daFair, August iO-I2. Hull tho hst day. The ladies only attempting to arrest a de.spJrado, from tho Clerk's office of is very ill at this writing. Miss there were a bunch of candldu'ts Rothe Seo announcement on another will have an opportunity toget the and his remains worn brought ckcastle Circuit Court, in Emma Wynn who has been teach gave us a talk Thursday night page this Issuu favor of stating where he d Sowing Machine; everone who back hero and laid to rest in The Mahan Company against J ing in Harlan Co, tho pan year Wo can't tell who is on tlie right will bo for tho next fow weeks. Cemetery Jure 5th He was v. n ticket tho other two days buys uimh.I, or onu ot my doput'ts stopped olfwith friends and rela side until after Aug, 0th. Born AGENTS WANTED has an opportunity to get tho bug- married in January to Mrs. Min- win on tlie 27 day of June tives here enrouto to hor homo to Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Straub We Hant lady or Ktnllcmtn sgtnt fr nie Merrick of this place and lii'd between gy and tho Short Horn Bull. Tlie Stork has again twins, mother and Babirs doing tin- - fcnuine a 1. K. Welkins Products in Mt. the hours of iO o'clock a. in lnd bien hero sinco September. Mr. 111. and 2 o'clock p visited our community and left a well. Dwight Bowman was litre Vernon and other vicsnl towns. A Bit OpDr. M. Ponnington spent last Stewart had been in Harlan only door of the Court in nt tho f rot t fino little boy with Mr. and Mrs. Monday fixing his car Mrs. portunity fornny liuMlrr. Write today for Saturday In Louisville, trying to House in Mt. wonof two days when killed He was a Shack free nnilr ami free particulars Co., onr Item-li- i, Mrs. Vernon Rockcastle County, ICy. G. L, Wren christeuod James W. Modu Crawford, complete arrangements for a pub derful nfltr. J. It. WaUins 6 member of the Juniors Order and boy aud girl with Mr. und Gentry and Mr. und Mrs Dwiglii Trim. at public sale to the hi,b-ts- t also a lie Health Nurso for Rockcastle Red Men. Tho Juniors had charge expoio bidder tho following property Mrs Rudy Straub who aro with Bowman of Mt. Vernon who inCounty. SWKT POTATO PLANTS of tho funeral. (or so much as may be necessary her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. P. tended commencement at Berea Port Rico and Nancy rUHs. rTnt COLIC CHAMBERLAIN'S had a breakdown at Conway, thdy plants. J00 for $1.00; 500 $1.73; Fish's Closing Out Salo is j'ust o satisfy the amount 01 Plaintiff's Taylor. stayed with Mrs. Ella Franklin 1000 $2.75, by mail postpaid. Exprtsa AND DIARRHORA REMEDY tho kind of a salo you havo been debt, interest and cost), to wit: Elbert Biker tho local Singer Tomat plant Every family should keep this waiting for Hero is where your Tho ono seventh undivided Agent lias just sold tho Mt. Ver- for two hours wailing for a car collect $2.00 per M, to tako them home, same prior. Plant circular free. propartion at hand during tho dollars will do more than double interest of the defendant, I. D non Fair Asociation a now Sim'. rftUIIVAlC NURSERIES hot of the summer tnonths.lt is duty. Churches of Tho Christian Lamb, in the following doscrib or Sowing Maehino which will bo Albany, Alabama bo needed, and almost sure to WANTED ed tract of land, Salesmen for located given away at tho Mt. Vernon' Rockcastle County will hold their when tliat time comes, is worth 6,000 milo guaranteed tires. Salabout three quarters of a milo Fair on Ladies Day, Wednesday annual Bible School Convention FOR SALE: Homo known aa many times its cost. Buy i t now. ary 5100.00 weekly with extra al Rose Hill Church, Sundayjuly John McClary property whoro(I n'.rth of Mt. Vernon, in Roekcas August 10th. the street, run3O Each School is expected to be now live, f commissions. tie County, Ky., and bounded AGENTS : MEN & WOMRN represented by as many as poss- ning back to tho orchard, contain as follows: COWAN TIRE & RUMBER CO. . W. BETHURUM Moke big money selling LaTus ible und havo it report lor the ing about seyen acres, well in Box 784, Chicago, Illinois. On tho north by the lands of ATTCUNEY AT LAW M'l VUPHHW TtV William Bryant aud tlie Nelson ca Gems, tho stono th.it roallv' years work ready. A program is barn lot, good sistcrn, good bam W 111 in all the iuiirtrf i heirs, On tho east by the lauds looks and wears like a Diamond. being arranged and will b.-- print- nine stalls and twelvo foot drive M Office on Church Street FOR FLETCHER'S of Alfred Bryant, On the south Kvory pieco exact cony of nili ed in these columns at an early way, good hen liotiso and corn crib, good smoko house Dwelling by the lands of T. J. Nicely and priced Diamond jewelery. Detr-o- d date. houso with six rooms and front only by experts, Guarai .! tho L & N. R. R, Co's Right Big B,y Mare tattou up by Win. of Way, On tho west by tlie Ian Five Years. Write tor illustiuud Peyton. Owiuir requested to call and back porches; a desirable homo. Will sell worth the money. dsotSam Mullins, U.G. Baker catalogue and Agents terms. for samo and pay cost of this ad , G. V. Owens. 34 4t LnlVnca Gems Co, Lexington.! and John FreiieVs heirs, and feed bill and damagu to mis containing filty ucros more or kss. Tim above land is in eight tracts. For boundaries seo Deed Bcok h, pago 7O - 2, in Rockcastle County Court Clerk's off. ico. Total amount to bo made Lovied upon as tho $ I95.58 property of J. D. Lamb. Terms: Sale will bo made on a credit of threo months; bond With approved security required Because it is YO UU homo bank. 886509 bearing interest at thu rato of Because its ollicors anil directors are six percent, from day of all homo people aro nil known to you, lmvitiL' the forco and oflcct of n judgement. AND AUK YOUU FUIENDS. Bull This 9th day of Juno i92t. 1k'cati8o your rinds aro more vitally The Directors of the Mt, Vernon Fair Association have purTip Langford, Sliorilf It. C. interested iu YOUU welfare tliau Registered Short Horn Dull from flue chased a D. S. By E. L. Skidraore others can possibly bo. the Registered Short Horn herd of Col. W. T. Hicks of the VKKNON, K.Y July 2-- 7 - 6 Days and Nights nil) thing I QBOVS .. n Before you're a day older you want to let tho idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start from bite and parch (cut 1 vi-.i- In-il- m fi Fringe Albert -- .r 'XW BOONE CONWAY ,' 1 y H Elm-woo- lqi Tr$3E&X&$X& J rot-tin- EL Children Cry CASTORI A LANSING Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Mt. Vernon Fair Association buys this registered Short Horn ld Wlldie section. He U known as LANSING, wIiom.-- icgibtrutloii iiuiulier is 889,500 with tho American Short Koru HrcccluiV Atboclatloii. This tli:u animal will he given away to some 0110 attending thu Mt Vernon 1'alr tills year. Tho Directors hae decided to let I1I111 sor'e n certain number of cows this oimboii ftie of ilurge In order to hiiilovu tho cattle raising of this County. Tim only obligation is that his calves be shown at thu Mt Vernon I'll I r next jear. This lino animal will Ixj located for tho next few wtelcs as follows: W. D. Payne, near Cummins School House on Somerset Road June 18th to July 2nd. G. S. Grilllii, Good ftp 1W American hard I' dol Si fci 1 Because tho hank is conducted on safe and sound business principles, and takes 110 clmncos with other people's money. dlii. Dixie llighwuy near Reufrocs Bridge July 2nd to July 13th. 011 Iti jjy ri lar grow on the advertising tree. U.O.IIati'r, Pr iddciil Peoples Bank Capital $20;000.oo Surplus SlS.OOO.oo THIS PAPER GETS AD. BESULTS RESULTS liUINO DOLLARS tofiM,uw,kfW.M.U4 Floyd Miller, Cashltr .'' i. ii f r, F m . j"-- fcf " THE CLARK FAMILY Is traceable through the history of Kentucky eince many years before she was admitted as a State. Colonel George Rogers Clark came to Kentucky In 1775 to help establish some form of civilization. He returned to.Virginla and in on appeal to the Legislature of that State, had the territory now the state of Kentucky cut train Fincastlc Co. Va., in 177G, and in 1779 built the first permanent fort at the Falls of Ohio, where Louisville is located. During his He he was one of the most noted Indian fighters and reduced many British forts in the northwest. From the settlement at Louisville came one Wallace Clark and located on Brush Creek, in this county, where his son, Talt Clark was born, in 1827. This was when Kockcaitle had been n county only 13 years. Talt Clark, who is well remembered, lived and died on Brush Creek. He married Celin Laswell, wno died only last year at the home of her youngest son, Dave, who now lives at the old homestead on Brush Creek. The Clark family, like many others of this county, originally came from Virginia, uud are related to George Rogers Clark, and to James Clark, who resided in Clark county and whs elected Governor of the State in the year 1830. Ic the year 1830, when Uncle Talt Clark was 7 years old, the FP"hition of Mt Vernon wos 142, and in the year 181d he cast his first vote At that time there was less He voted the than 800 voters in this county. Republican ticket the fint time its candidates appeared on the ballot und until his death in 1905 he voted and worked for the nominees of this party. The Clarks have stayed in this county; there are now 26 families of Clurksin this county, comprising more than 50 votes. They ure loyal Republicans, have been good citizen's.consistenily paid their taxes, worked the roads, and been factors for good ever since the county has con-sider- Have you tried tho . . new 10c , package? Dealers now existed. They are the same family of Clarks who helped drive the Britons and savage Indians from our fair State and make it a safe place in which to live. The Clarks of this count have been content with n place to till the soil, work on the rail-roor in the log woods. They have. been true to their friends, and not vindictive toward any one with whom fhey chanced to disagree. They have very seldom asked for ollicc; none of .them has ever held a county office. They ore a quiet unassuming family of people; there is no reason why any of them should have any bitter enemies in this county. Dave is asking for tho Sheriffs office this yean people are convinced that it is Dave's time; he Is running the race at the solicitation of more voters than any man who ever entered a race in'thls county. He is so strong in his home s district that he will receive at least of all Republican votes cast there on August 6th. The people of this county believe in D. G. Clark. They know he is honest, courageous and wel' qualified to fill the office of Sheriff. The indications ure he will carry every precinct in the county. al nine-tenth- carry both; for 10c, 20 for 20c. It's toasted. 10 FISH'S , LUCKY STRIKE SCIGARETTE itiuJinuira i&ttZ? STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCK. A. M. AN IRISH ORATOR.' His depu'li s ore pry po ulur. No man qnn attack the record of J. W. Mink as u good citizen Uw :ibi ling Christian gentleman mid li'vio-iiMYV. VV. Anglin iias been tried iiiid found to bo honorable, fair and n good Deputy Sheriff. He has e, Saturday, June I 18th courteously collected taxes, promptly served papers, und given general satisfaction in this position. When these men take charge of the Sheriff's office, the masses of people will be satisfied that their business with this office will he promptly urd rightly attended to. have decided to close out my business and am offering at prices that will move them, my entire stock of When the votes are counted everybody will know Joseph Devlin Is a native ot Ire land, and has written many fascinating tales ot Irish life, muny of which hae a prominent place In the lltet'a ture of this country He is a world traveler. His lectures cover a vast and useful field of Information, and "Erin, my Country" which will b his subject at our Chautauqua, Is inoftt timely. ?- -. u Its Dave's Time M VJVt Youhavc helped to make this business grow since it started 34 years ago and to. show -- CLOTHING SHOES HATS FURNISHINGS .... WHITE tt 1UEYER you that your help is appreciated, I am forgetting profits and marking everything in plain figures at unbelievable CHAUTAUQUA Mt.Vkrnon, Ky, June SIG NAL 17 T . V IS UNON Mr. J. T. Webh of Columbus .. I ! ,.1 Ullin wus in wi ir nii. vuinun iiiuib- .. 1921 TO9bJf tOUIV'A MMILltB.H.Co. TIMB TABLE. '2 U'W ".-- . 'if .0:15 a m ti'ESSSE.'.S. .V.....r,..iao p m Sortf..',; KTC 1E;5T from Covington where thev have been of a physcian was secured and 12:22 am the guests of Judge and Mrs. R she was roported Tuesduy to be 21 douth G. Williams. about recovered from the exper-oncJas. Landkum, Agent. Mrs. Arthur Aurcden of CinPhone No. 8. cinnati and cousin, Master Ben Mrs. Dan Moren and children Wnnzer Furnish of Nowport aro of Jenkins 'Ky. aro visiting the visiting Mr. und Mrs. W. L family of DK G. B. La.vrenco at Brookland Farm Level Green Ky, ludgo L. W. Hcthurutn was In Richards this week Jesse Bray, son of R. L Bruy Louisville Saturday. Mr. J. R. Smith, who was a Section, was pain member of the Signal Al Holmes of Crab Orchard was of the Wabd force fDr fully hurt Monduv, when a horse some time, left for London, Sunhero between trains Sunday. ran away with him and fell on day, where he lias a nico position Miss Ruth Landrutn was borne him. witli the Sentinel Echo. from Loutsvillo over Sunday. Cossio Sutton was in Cincinnati the- - first of tho week baying goods. -- 'fiHttsT''fardifararth-Spark8,rretufne"d Tuesday Little Tom Jr. O'Mara who iiiiu aiuii muiiuu emu iwi u, iiuiu day visiting his brother It. A. wus thought to bo quite seriousWelsh and other relatives. ly injured is rapidly recovering MissDivisof Langdon School wo tiro Elad to report. left Wednesday for her home in Mr. J. B McKonzic and family Colorado where sho will spend moved to Stanford last week, the summer. where he engaged in tho BakMr. and Mrs. J. W. Riddle ery and Ice Cream bssiness. Mt. are the proud parents of a fine Vernon is sorry to lose this splenbaby boy whicli arrived Juno lo did family, christened John James. Liltlo Ruby Leo Gott was bit- a MT. VERNON, KY. JULY 2 - 7 R. W. Raaf, Dist. Y. M. C. A, Prices That Wjff Move Them Bring The Kids while clothes and" i v. QmckTq secretary was in Mt. Vernon last Thursday arranging for a weeks tour of Rockcastle County, Points in all parts of the county will be visited, and looaLtalent will take a part in tin work, Illustrated lectures in "Keeping Fit", Health etc. will be givcntTbe week beginning July 22ndiiathetime set fo.-- the JJrogram.gg) Don't guess at the prices but come and see with your own eyes what your dollars will do. shoes And fit them all up with new we have their sizes wait a week or so and come expecting to find complete assort- - ,. ments, come now while you can get what you want. j. 1wu-- Don't . PERSONALS The Citizens Bank BR0DHEAD, KY. Last week wo gne you tho growtli of our deposits in ten' years, wo did this that, you inaj know ttuit there is a placed in the management of tins 'batik, und the service it renders. Tho following men consti tute the Board of Directors that with a ftw changes has served us the t years: R. p.i-con-tidenc- o bale starts Everything Spot Cash THE Thursday. 33Sreaffgigsass - r.J o o clock Saturday, June 18th rFlSHs rWEAB yviis. lTJlMITrfTlrTW-i- , ji-- Nothing Charged 1. "M.T"J SPECIAL .Clothes MensanoBoys Outfitter r.kiM.KV- Mr. To Anyone FISH'S SL'ECIAL HOMc; OF IIAIIT SCHAFFiNER & MAttX AND CLOTHES. J Franklin Baugh of London was a visitor in our town this week. Miss Cora Griffin spent the Week end with her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. G. S Griffin. Miss Julia T. Pish returned to Louisvilie Wednesday alter a pleasaut vacation with home folk Mr and Mrs. J. D. Coleman and cbiMren ol boulsvlllo were hero between trains Sunday. OMcKinley Perciful and bride who was a Miss Roytiolds of Pino Hill, ure visiting Mrs. Joiie Mattio Pennington who taught at Quicksand, Breuthit Co. this year, is at home for tho sum Miss fS Ket fonkntsl5TluidHrachnii CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mr. J. W. Brown was in Louis- villo " . '""' "t--g- Mrs. W M S ewart returned Saturday from a few day visit hi Harlan. Mrs. C F. Bradberrir is with homo folks in the western part of tho State. Master Austin Sparks Durham is visiting Master J. Preston Young i Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria irmmr.-.- 1 PER GENT. AiMMuMpftMiaratJoftlbfAj' bvEctllA- . ilnitheStoiMcisand&wchj. wrvmMlniJDKcslion .v IIIVH.UJT -- -: Oiccnmncss mm OpIum,Morphlne nor neither Mineral. Nor Nahcotic Always Bears the SlDTIfl.t.nrA .wwv-.w ?' q -. M. of m wjr Jt II Huuim, Dr. V V, J. W Tate, Dr.W. Gravely, F. B. (J. Anderson J. W. iioc tor, A. M Uhiit Kicli cf these men have managed their poi'tonul affairs to u marked success audluvo the confidmce of all who Know farttr, this week, at Lexington. tJeo. L. Wren of Rereaand Jonn Wren of tho Conway section wore ,in town this weeic on business. Mr ond Mrs. D, C. Craig tht 111. mer. Mrs. John French and children who have been tieie on an extend-e- d visit, left Sunday night for their home in Couaeravillo Ind. Mrs. Leila May Cooper was through the Punga, Codurvillo and Evans Ferry section Monday. Sho reports crops looking cood. Miss Gilman of tho Langdon School, left Wednesday for Chautauqua, N V, whore sho will spend her summer vocation. Mr. and Mrs, Cossle Sutton, and Miss bujlp Thompson motored thru tj Lexington Wednesday to attend tho U C. T. convention In m M'AtST, ffiffl 1 f.1.,rIRcm(MfYfbr Use 1 rs h r'o. ml lttsasinmESSr rKsiraeS:w!SL ItesoFSuasP W" For Over Thirty Years NEWIUHI This Boaad lus not failed in the past ten yea rh to hold their regular meetings and every transaction of this bank is carefhlly studied, as a proof of this we boast of not having a singlo note for collection in tile courts, and lmvo not lost ono penny in overdrafts or bad debts. We are proud of this record, and on such ho invite you to do business with us. ored tlirruph to Lexington, Mrs. C D. Sutton and Miss Thompson, and from there to Louisville for a visit to lives. mot with Susie went rein LOCALS Tell your friends about the bar. gains at Fish's Closing Out Salo. Burks Shoe Shop moved to Richmond Street near Graded School. it Wo Jcloan and re block hats, make them now again. Danville CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCKTAUH Laundry. (LOOK TOR OUR SPACE NEXT WEEK) Jack Fish, Agt. COH'ANY. NCW 0 CITY. Mt. Vernon Cliant2tnq.xist JULY 2 7 1 CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR High Mrs. Sadie Jones was here tlio way Boosters, headed by J. Sticey first part of the week with her Illll, Director, and Dr. Bonnie-field- , mother, Mrs. Martin, and sisters, Presidont Cincinnati e Mrs. C. C. Adams of. this phee Club and other good roids and Mrs. C. B. McKenzie, of Nor boosters alor.g the Eastern Dixie folk, Va. Line expect to arrive hero tomor. Road Fish's Closing Out ad in row, (Saturday) morning about this Issno and get thoro quick for Jt is hoped that as 9 o'clock. your share of tho bargains. many of our people, us pos.iblo Mr' Welsh was born and reared will gather at that hour on tho In Mt. Vernon but left when quite Court Houso Lawn to welcome young. Ho has made 11 succes as a those good Miads men. Thy will manufacturer of Fertilizer and Chemicals. This is his first visit be civcu a bannttet tonii'ht nt Boono Tavorn, by the Good Roads home for 25 years. Club of Borea. Miss Richards, representing tho Kentucky Sunday School Asso A splendid record Is bolnc ciation will be here next Wed. shown in tho advertisement of evening at tho Christian Church tlio Uitlzens Bank tills wek, It ut 8 P. M. aud'would like to have will bear cons'deiation. as many people of all denomina tions as possible present, Tho work she is doing is Intor FOR 'FLETCHER'S Auto-mobil- A little cash oes a long ways Born to tho wifo of Clms Shepherd .Monday, Juno I3, a fine a, Fish's Closing Out Sale. boy. The teachers Instituto will bo Shoes and Clothing at less than held in Mt. Vernon the week bo- tho good old time prices at Fish's ginning July nth 1921. Closing Out Sale. Mrs. Alice Davis, Supt. Schools. Tho arrival of a baby girl is Prof. John L. Bullock of the at Mr.and Mrs. T. J, Nice- Hunsford sectiou was in town this ty's this Friday .morning.Tlie name week and showed us dime datof tho small visitor is Nell Wanda. ed 18II and a penuv dated I8G3. Mother and babo doing well. These nro probanly the oldest coin It will piy yon to buy all your of their denominations in tlw summer and winter shoes now at county. Fish's Closing Out Salo. A delegation of Dixie 11 Mrs. J. M. Laswell received a. niossago that her sistor Mrs. D. M. Gott was critically lllat her homo l.i Aberdeou Miss. Her mother Mrs. Nannie Brannamau und brother C. A. Adams of Winchester left immediately to be with lier. Mrs. Gott before her marriage was Miss Ella Adams. Judge L. W. Bethurum was iu Loudon last Friday assisting in the prosecution of Chris Evans who shot anil killed Georgo Jones tho I9 year old son of Frank Jones, a prominent business muti of Hast Bernstadt, Miss Unlu Silvers, one of the faculty of Deroa College, roturnud homo last week, Miss Silvers will go to Howling Green for a special course In shorthand after a few weeks stay with homo folks. If you want it cleaned send it to Danvillo Laundry. Jack Fish. Agt. WANTED: A cook to do good plain cooking for Restaurant. Middle aged woman praferred, Good home an 1 good wages. Apply Brodhead Cafo. ECZEMA U Children Ory 'fj5?;o HUNTS 8lv hlla ! ITCIL ECZEMA. la tht As Sj CASTORIA ottatr Itchlnf Un dlntot. box at our iltk. Tir JJ rwzi t w 1 Sold by PIONEER UUUG STORE ct wii-"i- - ' - Wt-) ." ML DRUMMONB The Adventures of A Demobilized Officer Peace Dull Who Found 1M CYRIL MNHLE ;sAPPEir by MVSRS Copyright by Geo H Doran Co W fBULL-DO-G ftft i3 law r7 r HON. HOMER B. HULBtJRT. For Torpid m Liver W, my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market slates Mrs. R. II. While She oO. 16799 DIED In New York City alone from kidney trouble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains nnd aches. Guard against this trouble by taking "I line k urauuhi is, m GOLD MEDAL &&& $3ES? -JOk Illustrations IRWIN nilcJliSilSI "- i.ln like the Wrom of n sun l;lseil ir.ltli. I'or u moment t r two he stotnl xtiir-liinflrr it, mill tlirn lie walked ncrnn to lih own car. With his ml ml Htlll full of tho IiiIitwl'w liu dim i slow I) now untl hllc cM-riilniiK I'ltuiilllly, tlii'ti lie iiiiIIimI grimly to lilnisiMf. Whs llic whole lliln' I'll elnlionitf liiux? Smut'litm lei'i do'.n III his mliiil, hu wouilereil wlicther It win a Jole wlivtlier, hj Mime fienk of fate, he had dtimilileil on one of those striuike inj wldeli lip to ilnte he hail ii'K.iul-ei- l us existing nnlj in the realms of dime inni'N. He luriud Into his rooms, mid stood In front of the mantelpiece hiking off Ills gioM's. It was us he was iihout to lay them down on the table that tin eiiM'Inpe cauj his eje, to him In an unknown handwriting. Meihnnlcally lie picked It up mid opeiiul It. Inside was n single of notepaper, on width a few lines had been written in n small, neat li'iud. ''I here are more things In lieaen mid earth. ouug man, than a eapahil-l- l for eating steal, and onions, and a . I Imagine that devlre for s ou holh: and the are useful In the second loculit mentioned h the poet. In heaen, howoer, one knows especially with regard to the onions. He tareful." Drmumoud tooil motionless for a iiioimut, with narrowed ocs. Then he leaned forward and pu msI the lmlf-sheailu-nturopos-esiis-e- ts in-e- r -- hell. "Who hrouglit this note, James?" he said quietly, ns his servant came Into the room. "A small hoy, sir. Said I was to he sure and see ou got It most particuHe unlocked a cupboard near lar." the window and produced a tantalus. "Whisk, sir, or cock all?" Hugh "Whisky. I think. .limes." carefully folded the sheet of paper and placed It In his pocket. And his fate ns he took the drink from hN man would lime left no doul t In an onlooker's mind ns to why. In the past, he had earned the name of "Uull-Uo" Druuimotid. CHAPTER II. In Which He Journeys to Godalmlnfl and the Game Begins. ONE. "I utmost think, James, that I could toy with another kidney." Unuamond looked across the table nt his berwint.. Jio was carefull arranging two or "tfnee dozen letters In group. "1'MJ got a Journey in hunt of me today, unil 1 require u ltuyi' breakfast." James Denny biip.illed the fiom a dish that was Mantling on nn electilc heater, "Are ou going fi long, slrj" "I don't know, .lai us. It all deWhich, on ilrcuinM inces. pends when Jem tome to think of It, is undoubtedly one ot tie most fatuous phrases In the KuglK'i language. Is there un thing In ilie world that doesn't depend on cinumstnnccs?" "Will ou he uiotoilug, sir, or going by tiulnt" usked lames piosalcull, Dlaleitltal aiguuieuln did not appeal to in Drummond. "l!y tar," iinswerod "rajamas and a "You won't take netting clothes, elr?" ".N'o. I want my Mt to appear unpremeditated James, und It one goes about completely omasod In boiled Uilrts while pretttullug to ho mere! out for the afternoon, people hints doubts as to one's in t'Uect," James digested this ;reat thought In y tooth-brush.- " also nt the Pnrltim jestcnlny nfter noon for n short time. And now we come to the point. Miss ltenton M that Is the lnil's mime accu-e- s Inklnctoti of being the compltle I'l Iinliial line. She went een In tli so far as to sit that he was the sprout) most dangerous ninn In Kiiglatid.' Dr. Ilulburt Ii. nn authority on the "Imbed, sir. More toltce. sir?" Far K.iBt Question, that so thoroughly you, JutneiJ' "Will nothing mm t commands tho attention ot tho world ilalntUely. Ills tnasler rtiumkttl today, Kor twenty two years ho wap does "'Ibis mini minders people and niMsor to tho Kmpcror of Korea on things like that, jou know." state and diplomatic matters, being BLACK-DRAUGHlVrsonnll, sr, prefer u plttitre recommended to that place ly our no paint e. Hut MippuM- there ain't own State Department, Ills lotturc aitoutitliig for 'unities. May I clear at our Chautauqua will he a clear, forceful discussion of tho tremendous awn' sir?" Keep "No, .Initios, not ut present. ly Importnnt and Interesting situation I shall In the Tar Kant. quite still while I go on, or gi t It wrong, The subject of his lecture Is "Tho 'llnee mouths ugo there airlveil at '1 he Kims, the most For over seventy years Jfll Oriental Chessboard." man in lhigland the IT of this purely vegetable I'l.V This gentleman gees by the oreparatlon lias been it tine of 1'etersoii, und he owns a WI11TK tfc MKYKU found beneficial bv thou daughter. 1'rotii what Miss Hciiton sands of persons suffer- Mild, I hae tloiibts about that daughIt.g from effects of a lor- - jSJter. James." lie tosf and strolled oer g pid, or liver. gSoj MT. VERNON, IXY. to the window. "(!rae doubts, llow-eeIndigestion, biliousness, to reditu to the point, It apJULY 2 - 7 colic, coaled tongue, diz- peals that -- otue uuple.isliig conspiracy zincss, constipation, bit- - (Sp) is being lautitheil b IT, tie IT of ter taste, sleeplessness, 9Q A I.IOTTKU AHOUT Ins, und the doubtful daughter. Into lack of energy, pain In which l'apa Htutoti has bten unwillZHLMA O'NKAL back, puifincss under the ingly drawn. As far us I tan make LouinvilIe. Ky , out, the suggestion Is that I should ejes any or all of these June 12, 192I. unrael the tangled skein of irlmc symptoms often indicate Dr. M Petiningloti, and extricate papa." that there is something Vernon, Iy. In a spasm of untonttollable exthe matter willi your citement James staked his teeth. r Doctor: liver. You can't be too "I. limine. It wouldn't 'iilf go on the lam wrilinc you to inform careful about the meditnoxles, would It?" he remarked. "Itct-tt- r you as to tho condition of you cine you lake. Be sure hem lied Indians and llsin little piticnt, Zeltna O'Neal 1 am that the Tiame, "Thedthings." very Kind indeed to report that ford's is "I ftar, James, tb.n jou are not In Zelmn is doinp vcrv nicely and I on the package. At all the habit of spending our spare time feel much encouraged in regard druggists. as I hoped," at the Hritlsh to her condition. "And our bniln said Drummonil. Accept Only ery qultklj. The tloesn't work She is having practically no point is not whether this hideous afthe Genuine. temperature, in fact her temper- fair Is better than Itetl Indians and things hut whether It's genuine. Am gY5jature lias only reached too dur I to battle with murderers, or shall WJB iiijr the part of one day stneu May I 11ml a house patty roaring with t uch 2O, i92l her cough is very ' laughter on the lawn?" iiuprovetl and is eating cvorytlipig "As long ns you laughs like 'ell she can get her lianas mi ami jour-el- f, sir, I don't see ns 'ow It what is mure impol taut isgcttiug makes iiiutli odds," answered James. away with It. Physical findings "The first sensible remark jou'e made this morning," said his master in her chest has improved mater hopefully. "I will go prepared to tally. Sho has beer, allowed to lnugh." tlit d at walk about the porch every day Rev. Jatces Lunsford He picked up a pipe from the mm telplece, and prot ceded to fill it. his homo neir Dreyfus Saturday for pist week with no risit g tern silence, while Jiimes Denny wttlted In (n, glit nfter a sbort illness, ot a perature aud very litlio in pulse "A lady may ring up today," Drumnge of trouble!', complication Benton, to he about 68 years. His death tntno rate Her weight last Thursday mond continued. "Miss where l'e gone, exact. Don't Niy as h great .shock to lii.s family shows increase six and one half If she does; but take down any message, and write It to me at Oodal-lnin- g and friends as tow krow of his pounds. I know that you will be ploased postolllce. If by any chance 0U illness He was highly respected don't hear from me for three das. in the community where lie held to hear a good report frm hoi get In touch with Scotlnml Yard, and the pastorate of the Christian chttr and wo all trust that hor improve tell 'em whete I'e gone. That covers eer. thing If It's genuine. If, ch. Ills wifo and severul children meat will cotuinuo iuuIJjj perm on the other hand, It's n hoax, and the survive, Funeral was held Tueshouse-partIs a gootl one, I shall Be sure to come out to see us piohahly want ou to tome down with day afternoon, having been delaymy welling clothes und some more ed on account of inn arrival of a when you come to tho city. kit." Very truly yours, son, who resides in Oklahoma "Very good, sir. I will clean 0ur Berea Citizen. State Tuberculosis Sanitorium. nt once." smull Colt reo!ver Rev. Lunsford hid tunny friends Hugh Drummond pnused In the net The above letter is explanator , of lighting his pipe, anil n grin spread in tli.s county and lis death is This is the little girl thochurc'ies slowly oer his face. "Kxcellent," he deplored by all. of Rockcastle Co. aro supporting. -- ''J M( caf continues "I had a pain In my chest after eating t i cm. iincomiortauic icci- Infffinil tMe. wa disnqrecabic nnd brought on licadach!. 1 was con- knew it was ai slitwitd and and inactive fjfy indigcslion joi? liver. I began the use of & night and morning, and it sure is ctilfinHirl unrl rprtalntu tWes rtlicl." fJ V J5S Civ OJENq trv frlcJl rt: Th otld'a standard remedy for Uldney, tlvtr, bladder and uric ncld troubles. Holland's national remedy since 1698. All druggists, three elies. Guaranteed. Gold MJl on iwarr bo look for lh and accept no Iniltat'ea rn. Dodge Brothers announce a substantial reduction in the price of their cars. Effective June 8th Illacx-Uraiicl- PupI lo, Colo., Thedford's 1 T 1 iy& i )n ljr, - CHAUTAUQUA slow-actin- r. 1 Black-Draugh- inii-eii- u$MMm James Lunsford Dies Near Dreyfus June lo, to'Jt. Slgnnl, l'etlnps some of the traders nf the Signal might he Inlcreslnl in n letter from this stricken district. I w.11 runnin'u boarding house and my daughter two iiinl childten. and myself left the building about thirty minutes before the wntoi leached it George, my htm, remained in the house with three of the boat dors, to carry soino thittus to the sec ond floor Hy the time they had made the second trip the water ruhcd in so fast tltat it iiindc es capo dangerous, so they remained in the hitilditig all night Thu ;i ter c.i mo within two inches of the second floor When one big frame house hit ours without citistnu it to shako, Geoage then felt safe. Three buildings lodged ngain.il ours. A lumber jnu' abont two blocks abnve us caught fire tnak tug it possible, to not only lie a r the cries of tho passing people but to see them in their distress. The front of our building went out, together with cvcritHiiiK on thu first floor. 1 lo4 tio thirds of all I had, but our hearts are notach ing because of tho lots of some of many family, our as so others are. The pipers cinnot ev- aggerate this calamity. It is awful, simply awful. Mrs. Charlotte Janet, 2731 Cheyenne Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado. ICdit-r, in-la- w. Berea Motors Co BEREA, KY. Mrs. Jarret went to Olorado from Hrodliend ai out sixteen years ago. THIS SOUI, In oldtiti tirtr'R'it wa. be I eved that tho seat of thu soul was the stomach, most likely for tho reason tint a tiiau i. never so completely used upas when hisslom-ic- h is out of ordnr. Kor the cure of ordinary stomach troubles, there t.s nothing quite so prompt ind sal tsfactory as Chimburlain, Tablets They streKthen the stout, acli und enable-- in to preform its (unctions tnturally, Give t ham a trial. They only cost a (ptartor NOTICE Rockcastle Fiscal Court April Term, April 5th J 921 It is ordered by the court that every owner, controller, and manager of lands bordering and abutting on the public highways of Rockcastle County, Kentucky, which their said land so abuts and borders, shall cut, clear away7 remove and carrv from along side of public highways, all bushes , weeds, shrubs and overhanging limbs of trees and all other such obstructions along such highways, and to keep all hedge fences along such highways so trimmed-ancut back that same at no time will become more than five feet high. Said bushes, brush, weeds, overhanging limbs of trees and all other obstructions are to be removed between the first day of July and the twentieth day of August 1921. ! THlilldsiEOF Kupoea sifira on the seven sea American ships, flying the Stars and Stripes y will carry you and your goods anywhere Two and three generations ago, the Stars and Stripes were all over the world. Then they almost vanished from the seven seas. But today they arc hack again. Dig splendid can owned and passencert and ing tlicir way H AN SFOR l- D im be going far, hlr?" he asked at length, pouting out n second tup of coffee. "To Codalnilng. A dimming spot, I bellee, though I'e i cr been there. (.'I.urnilng liihiililtiints too, James. The at the Carlton lncl) I met jesteiili I his at (Icxl. ilmlng." "luileid, Mr," null mured James "You d it old himbug," laughed ou'ie lulling I . "im know to know all about It. I had u ury Icng and interesting talk Willi her, and quite clearone of two things emei-giKlther, ly from our comet .utloti. Jame, I um a congi nihil Idiot, und don't know enough to cotnu In out ot the rain; or we'e hit the goods. That Is what I iiuice to Und out by my little e(iirslon. Kllher our legs, my flleuil, ate being pulled till they will lieM-Jhelr normal kluipe; or In s sucteeiled that our wllilist iheauis.'' "Tliete tile a lot t mro answers In this morning. Ir." Denny made a liimeiia'il tmwutl II n letteu he hud "Olio from u Inwly been sorting widow with two children." "Lowly," cileil Di tnimond. "How foinuiil of her!" lie gluuied nt tho ii und Niiilled, "fare, James, and . uit'iiruej nie essential in u secretin-The inUguli' d woi.mn culls herself lonely, not low'. She will remain so, am concerned, until the us fur us oilier matter Is set"i l." "Will It take Ini.g, sir, do you think!" "To get It settle'. IV'i'i ond lit I his a tlgarette und le.iied bin-- ' chulr. "Idsten, Jan.ei, i inl I w the ease. The in ' i 'I i it a ' house called The Ui relies, i e t ay N with her paj 'ins, illel 'i Is unolher house mine owned by u jtentle i u 'if y mun, of Henry Laklngloi. n t James, with a miat) fatf jvho jyas s r d tilleiicc. "Will Goodyear Tires That Are Even Better Than Before m ml WBflflffo&asSL We are building better Goodyear Tires for passenger cars today than we have ever built before. In the past few months we have added to their value time and time again making them larger, stronger, heavier, and even more durable. We believe we speak truly when we say that nowhere in the world will you find their equal in endurance, mileage, and sustained economy. You can get these tires from your Goodyear Service Station Dealer now. The Goodyeah Tire &. Rudder Company World Offices Throughout the fl Mrs. Irvine Bullock has been very hick, but wo ate glud to sa -. Dewis better at this time ey Graves who hasa positinn m Mt, Vtrium was in this section Sunday, Miss Nancy U.irron who lias been sick fur some time is teported in- n very serious conMrs K BtillooVs dnuh. dition. Johnie ter Kutu aud giaud-sospent thu afternoon Sunday with The Mrs. Sherman McKmney. Holiness people held prayer ser victs at the home of W T Hays McKinuey Sunday. Mr. Iistill .spent baturday night with his Mr. ami cousin Oscar Graves. Mrs. It, H. McKinuey aud family wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bullock Sunday cvenirg. Miss Etta McKiunoy is .staying with liernunt Mrs Irvine Iiullock John S. tho small this week. child of Mrs. Lee McCluro neat Mt. Vernon, u'slted the family of J, C. Graves last week. Mr, Oth or Bullock was the guest of Miss Miss Roberta Klrby Sunday. Rissie, McKinuey was the guest of her sister Mrs, Irvine Bullock bu ml ay. WHY SUFFISR FROM RHISUMATISM Do you know that nitio out of evor.y ten cases ot rheumatism aro simply rheumatism of tho muscles or chronic rheumatism neither of which require any in teinal treutmentr Tho pain uity bo rtlived by applying Chambet which makes lain.s Liniment, sleop and rest pwsiblo, and that certainly means a greit d ul to any one af I lie ted witluhcumiithm Stripes proudly fluttering from their masts. American exporters, Importers, all can ltvlp by shiptravelers ping and sailing under the Stars and Stripes. harbors with the Stars and stcamcti, Amerioperated.carrylni! goods, are crowdInto all foreign Services AJmlral Line. 17 Slate Sinct, Mvw NY 1,k. Navi(Stlon Company, 26 Mstson Sot.jySm; uliiiiinrj. MJ Munton Stm Sl.t Llnr, 82 lm tf Mini, Ne "link, N 1 S e Nw York anJ Porto Blc i k.N Co , .1 lo II llromlay. N Pacific Mall 5 S. Co , 41 lirotJiay, NtwIorl.N Y. U. S. M.ll S. S Co, f tlroaJy, Y. NtvUoil-.WarJ Uiw, (New Y iif ko( Wall &ticct, S. S Co) Tool Operators of Passenger ,..., Failure to comply with this order is sub-le- ct to a penalty of not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars. NewYwk.N Y of Shipping U uiJ .tmiIoii pictuie lilini, four icclt, tiro nn rmuwt i'f any iniyor. pattor, ioMinyl, or orita ii A greut clucaiioril pkturc zatlan ot ships arvl Uw KJ k ilia (,w Infra illation to It Laut, Dcrcitiw Inluinia Ion IWieau. Itucm)ll. III0.'!'" btrctt, N. W WaJilnglon, D C SIIII'S I'Oll SALl! Free use of Shipping Board films Chas. F. Bradbury County Road Engineer l) Sttcl tUAuicrs, btli uil anil coat tuaiuoi. burneri. AUo nulls auJ ueoi'l'iol lull I'wlucr talofmtlioa obtsiucJ by racjutit, (7, inku (! M One Measure of a Man's iJ oJ AbiWy To Manage His" Is His Forsailingso passenger and freight ships to all parts oftheworldandall otherinformation, write any of the above lines or BOARD WA S1HNGTON.D.C Affairs Successfully Bank Account iuUIh 't Tho until wlit) cousisiteiitly mill rogulnrly The to liis mivinijs invites conliiloneo. frugal and thrilty niiiu finds a ready extension of credit when ho needs it. Everyone should snvq a portiuii of his earnings. Wo extend to you the advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. "Wo j my interest on tiino deposits. 1 out-lin- o 6001pY EAR Garage Rockcastle Ky. Mt. Vtrnon, VCry. CASTOR Always beirs the Slgnatu.c of I A For IfiftnU and Children BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, In Use For Over 30 Years ssaasaaiBsisKaasxsassaasai President. V. L. Richards, Cashier. IE-sa- g ftt.