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Mount Vernon signal: June 24, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921062401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 24, 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. i&rnfA t ' 1 Located on J300NE and DIXIE , ' Centrally Located between Highways Home of Booncway ltfl " 'i $ ' FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, June 24, 1 921 Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Price $1.50 TnadJanc? Established 1887 34th V ear No 35 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky CLINTON COUNTY Will Give Bethurum Five to Eight Hundred Majority, Says Special to Commonwealth. Hon. W. A. Dicken Introduces Judge B. J. Bethurum, Who Delivers Great Speech zxz 9 gem wtwt i i rirrrxi VOTE FOR -- is tvt HAS .A. VOTE EOIt HANDLER IB ' X " R. L LANGFORD FOR OF LONDON ANNOUNCES FOR S B "- M 1 Cumberland Oily. Ky.. Juno tl. Special to Tho Common wealtn. -- ruis was a great day pilitioilly fur Mil little town Judge evunlng and arrived Bethurum was billed for a sivsoch at intlniotomojthis cugigemjiH Judge Citron was also billed to ....... 1. 1... it ...nj i.iminrv.uil ibat lin bacamo ill and Had to return home, and could not fill the appointment, Promptly on time thu spanking bagin. J nil go Hethurum was in trodu ed by lion. W A. Dickon, Ohainnyi of 10 Clinton Republifor can Committoo, Cashier UiiU jim Bank, of Albany, and in inaBer Mr. this county. ludLM liutliunim'Hoppmont MxVrsafto Dickon is now enthusiastic for Judgo Bithnruin, and in the course of his remarks gave s lino of the reasons why be is now supporting lie said m part: Judgu Bethurum My friends nnd neighbors, I am here, this evening to Pfiain thank vou for yonrhyal support, uivon many years aso. for the ollioj t Sheriff of this county, You elected ins to tUU office when I was young, nrd just begiuinguiy career. I have never forgotten that rate, and for the Republican party lor its kindness to 1110 in have always tried the lunor it conferred upon mo. Since then I to do what I could to udv.mco the cause of tlio pirty, and believing this primary election will be to that to support Judo Hethurum to hi.s flection the best interest of the Republican ..party, and that the party of the thoollico of Circi.it Judtfe will bo a vindication or made an honest, clean dlstnct, and fuither believing that he has give him mv unqualified , capable Judge, I promiso to ferlssavi supiort. I don't propose to support any candidate for the hili office "i Circuit Judge who lias gono out audjnulo speeches for the Domoaratic parly, and tried to fasten Democratic rulo upon the peopli I now have the honor to introduce to yotT Judge B J. Bulhuruiii. the present and next Circuit Judgo." t Judg Jbithuruin llun began hi.s speech, and held the audience spellbound for more tnan nn hour. Ho defended his administration ,,j,iit.H.. an ..ucecvjiit ot Ins stewnriisiim, ami wmi ivv"a y" :.. r: n(tnnff i..." lit.: ntmniinnr. n:iu iipcii -i;i $0re(l Hie uillHir urn uiijiiav iii....i-- i tint opposition was eugagedX J ralkiiiK against hint, and showed that tlio and mud slinging campaign that in. ib'o most slanderous, abusive waseW known in the history of this or any other district, and nf ii solpinn nromisu that the campaign .would be 1.:. i. ii.n fi kept clean, and upon a high piano Ho deplored tlus,and assured thopeop'o that he would relr.iiiifroiu it an trust to the intelligence and faith ot tlio pnplj T.iu Hth In I swsiirol him tint nothing that tin opposition would publish, or say from the stump, would lowor rum in their eittuntlmi, and thai all tboy uslc is that he ig upre the wicked attacks that tl c "thor side arc unking. 7'' t8 Representative From the 81st Legislative District Composed of Rockcastle and Laurel Counties Political Advertisement In this issue of the Signal will be found tho formal announ. cement of Cbas. Chandler, ofLondon, Laurel County, as a candidate for tha Republican nomination for reprcsonatlvo, from the 8ist. Legislative district, which is composed of Rock-castl- e and Laurel counties. Mr, Chandler has beou urged by many Rockcastle citizens including democrats as well as republicans to etiter tho race. Ho was ouce a citien of this county, having taught sohoojat Drodhead a number of terms; Is a splendid business man amLwill make the district a most creditable representative, Wo doubt if tbe dirtrict has ever sent a man to the Legislature, siuoe Laurel and Rockcastle counties bavo boen a district, who in every particular, was better fitted to represent tho district and who knew the needs and wants of Ibo peoplo of not onlv bis own district but tin rest of the mountain districts of Kontucky as well, better than Mr. Chandler. Beingawoll educated man himself Mr.Cbnndlcr naturally stands for bettor schools and higher education; ii0 is a strong supporter of the prohibition cause and one of tlio original good toads boostors fop "Bettor roads for the Mountains or Kentucky. For these tbrcc important measures he can safJy bo countod on tbe right side doing valuable service not only for his own district but for the whole Commonwealth as well. Judging fronuhe present indication there is but littlo tlcubt but that Mr. Cl'andler wjll ro out of Rockcastle on the 6th. of next August with a handsome majority. High Sheriff ROCKCASTLE . Earl 1 COUNTY Phis for PRIMARY 6, 1921 THE SOLDIER BOiT 111 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY AUGUST 6,'i ,1921 REPUBLICAN CLERK August is COUNTY -- & - 'alibi k .' lie 111 sober straight and honest, 31 years old and fully qualified for the oflico. Has neither hold or asked for any cennty oflico befpre altho was born and raised in tho county. P-- l w lie World office. was 1 jil a soldier in the lato War and needs tho R.L. LANGFORD for SheriffJ vSjittMjJ& x LET'S TRY HIM One of the convicts of tho Road Camp escaped Saturday after noon, and up to this writing has not been .recaptured, altliongh the ollicers and guards are making evory effort to locate him. Wo ,? 1 mr u& lutli'e Hethuium spjkc of hitt'ug scrvl- c- for tlio Republic in rtuir.l of sirvics wn uiibiokon by p.rly an show l that or tieichery and with iijucj earnestness assured thu crew J that in order to support true ami consistent Republic ui in candi him, as ho is the cornier faoo. tuy must support trutlifitlly lay the only Bitch a clalms'to date for Circuit Judge that could lecoid. Judge nothuruin .said many other good things but to icfor toil It is all would requite too much spaco in your valuable paper sutlicient to say that ho pleased the great crowd iminciiH'ly. and nil went away for th'j Judge lii-- t dis-lova- nj, ' FROM REMOTEST a" HIISJF JOSIAft CUMMINS D E I' U 1 EUROPE J.H TI JO LAMBERT S Tanlac Elements Come From Many Lands Far understand that convicts running away are now liable to indictment for the offense and subject toK imprisonment froar one to six years. 5 The campaign jest closed by Judge Bethurum and Judge Catron fhey piomptly hai been most successfuN 0110 in every way, and sinco the nailed cvory falsehood started by tho opposition, is founded upon falsehood and nothing else, there has been Hiving toward our old Judge from the time Ins campaign 11 City and I'inoy Woods aro practically a unit for Ho will carry tho northern part of Clinton county by oppo. more than five to 01 e. and if the tide continues in his t.wnr tin. will hition will "ot notliing. Krom what wo learn, Clinton county irity. Judge"0ethtrum anywhere from live to eight hiii'drocl nlnj cive Cumberland Bethurum " Tliis is Dave's time". Now Ladies and Gentlemen and voters of Rockcastle County, J differ with Mr. Claik. .1 claim it is the to fill the ollloos of Rockcastle County. jii'oplu's time to elect .dean, soo in Mr, Cliirk'h card ISOM B. ' Away From Here 'Ihe ingredients from which the celobrated niediciuo Tanlac is made, coino from lemoto sections of the earth, and are transported thousaudo of miles over hind and sea to the great Tanlac I.aboia-tone- s at Dayton, Ohio, and Walk. erville, Canada. Tbe Alps, Appenines, Pyrenees Russia.Asia, Brazil, West Indies, Rocky Mountains, Asia Minor, Persia, India, Mexico, Columbia and I'eru aic among tho far away points from which the ptiiicip.il propei tics of this pretwraiiou a;e obtained. What Is said to bu tho largest pharmaceutical laboratory in the United Statoshas been completed at Diyton, Ohio, for tho manufacture of Tanl.U! which, accord- SAFETY Every ollieo in Ruukcastlo'Cminty belongs to the people and not tho Candidate; ho is the County'h servant. 1 hope you will consider my claim and when you go to the polls on Any. G, your suppoit will be highly appreciated. Yours, R, Tho crowd hero last night was estimated ill from two to threy. hundred, and was more than throo limes tlnr m) of the crowd of eye on. Clinton Narrow and Kennedy this afternoon. Keep your county Somerset Commonwealth 0. 0. MITCHELL. '" ar h. LANGFORD, 4. O 1 yvi 4. 4. rvTYv. 4 xsrr Base Hall y Saylor for Jailer DeCciiirtey, Ky. .lime 21 102 1 To Tho Republicans 01 My Home County: I am working here at Do Coursey but Brush Crouk in Rockcastle county 'is my home My family are all there, I an. no wpuakor and poor writer, si you see I can't do much. But I would like to soo a strong ticket nominated at too primary and this is I am a Republican my thought, the women now have us muoli bay as the men. Wo got them to vote for Harding mid Coolidgo and witli their votes Rockcastle gnvn the Re- publican ticket a big majority. That was good. We must show them now that vc like their voting that way, The best way to show that is by electing one woman at tbe primary and pu her on tbe Republican ticket. If wo ouu do that und don't, ain't it a slap right in tbe face of tlie women ? Adv.rtu.MoDt M. C. Banks FIRST The above isa much used ex pression, but a mighty good one. This will bu your lirst thought when you think of depositing money or leaving valuables in a liauk. Upon our record furnished you last week wo belico wo offer " safety " as far as the judgment of men can go 111 business trans actions, but this same board rocs a step further to pnjiect you, tlio Cashier and assistants aro required to furnish bonds 111 thu sum of $15,000 to cover any' funds they 10,000 might is carried in Burglary and hold up Iusuraiico,(fn amount larger than wo carry incasli at any time, 5,000 in Fire Insurance. Not yet satisfied there has been installed a Huiglar Alarm and hold up that comes to us guaranto defeat the most piofes-siona- l teed Ycgginen, tills ststom was tiled out 011 tho night of Aug. 18-and immediately the alarm sounded and the Burglar lied. Believing In " safety lirst " wo oiler you all of this protection, if r you are not our doposltor we theso many luhnntigis. you pro-tectlo20 of-fu- A NOTED SOPRANO. BALL The Mt. Vernon Club motored io Somerset Sun-daaiul'liatl a very nico ganio of Ball. Mt. Vt!inou had a picnic until tho ijth inulug, the scoie being 11 to 5 in favor of Mt. Vernon, when our third baseman failed to hold ills foot on tlio lag alou inK tlio bases to bo filled Then it foul ball netted Somerset three runs, and later bases beinj; filled lUiiilu, a fast grounder was bit between i.st. and and, our and baseman not playing bis position at tlio time, failed to stop tlio ball. This netted Somorset three more runs tiemg tlio scoro. Thou a safe bit won tho gaino forSomcfsOt 12 to u with two men out. Bales and Drew played a wondejful gamo until Drew was taken out in tbe gth and replaced by Taylor. Drew bad tho same the Somersot boys at I won and uia murcy unui nts arm gaye out ho having pitched 10 IiiiiIurs tho day bofore. Drow, Bales, Sparks and Taylor did sotuo fine hitting and Welch was perfect in the field taking six chances out of six Wo firrrly believe we bad the gamo won and also that we can defeat tbe Somerbet nine any time in tbe future. I thank you ing to recent lc polls, is now hav- 11 tttj 3 LIVESAY Tommy Ject ot Dr. Cbuutauiiua. ing tlio luigcst sale of any medicine of its kind in tho world; ever 20,003,000 nettle-- , have been sold In JAILER FOR 'Tlie MlllUmalro Mllt-lioU'- of W Itlngsilorr, who I.lUlan M.iUaino In tlio sub. lectiuo at our flings nt our CliuuUuciuit, 1ms a beautiful olco miJ ckaiiulng niamior. Taylor ? y six years. The new plant occupies 00,000 for JAILER .. KJ ' J THE CELEBRATED KILTIES BAND. B Mf mm jff J &. P) HJ7 to) jc fe J.Vl ski 1 Tlio famoui Klltlea Hand wblch U cotulug to our Cbuutauqua, U the greatest Bcotttth Band In the world Oiganlied In Uellevllle, Canada, In 1500, this Band has toured almout coiutantly, playing many notable en gagemeutg und breaking rucorda fur admissions. At the Crystal Palace, London, the attendance was 170,000. At Madison Square, New York, tho JjT Jj without question S.lv. Ml. In th. icon, with rorclnu (or one day were over programs include Scot 01 ITCH. 1JCZEMA. Scotch "".mini me bag pipes, and tho olu RINQWORM, TKTTKk if J 1.000 00. n II tc Idea being In the front rank ns songs They appear In full kilted etbtr Itchlnr-tkl- bgi at dltcowt. Tr a 3 cant our rltk. ocregimentals and make a strllkng a concert band, the Klltlea huve Sold by PIONUEU DRUGST0K13 tal features In their concerts. Their !i.n.iX. If HUNT'S ECZEMA Iff " ' w Muuru feet ol floor space and has a daily cop.icity of So.ooo Uniform bottles. quality is guaranteed by a series of careful inspections by expert chemists fiom tlie time the roots, herbs, lurk and Mowers are icccived in their rough state from all parts of tbe globe until theii medicinal properties have been extracted by the most approved processus Tbe finished medicine is then Ixjttled, lubeled and shipped out to teus of thousands of diuiinists BROD11HAI) WINS TWO throughout tlio United States GAMKS. Tlio Brodhcad base ball team and Canada to supply a demand added two moro V'inuliigs to its never boforo equalled by this, or long list Saturday and Sunday. uny other medicine. Tlio first was with London, when CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC tbe visitors were defeated 10 toll. wore: Payne. Drow AND DIARRHOKA RliMKDY Tho battel tes Kvory family should keep this and l'ilto for Btodhead and Wullen propartiou at baud during tho Mark aud Wilson for London. hot of the summer mouths. It is The second was with Crab Orch almost sure to bu needed, and ard, when tho hoys from the when thut timo comes, is worth East Kud capital met defeat 13 many times its cost. Bay it now. Interior Journal. to a. The CITIZENS Bank Brodhcad Ky. (LOOK TOR OUR SPACE NEXT WEEK. I J "' " IMfcWfr " MT. nlitnl l Hi VERNON Ml Wiii.hi, Kjr. SIGNAL 2-- .4 MOI'NTVKItNOiV. KV.. I'UIDAV. .IITN'K I'm'oHr" 15)21 iimtti-r- . imtll b... ' PRINCESS TE ATA. I'tililinlicd pwry ly A K Mll.l.liR Km- jri'iv 3V M 4 ' I' B i .nnoinci:.mi:nt I jii't tetlwiietk .it) at iMXt Atiniift i i mc iiutliurii'il to f Iht- K Jnllor Mn I'.l.l.ltN I'I'.ICK piiliKviiH W M. Mi'NKW, WILLIAM WAIHC II1 AUSOI.ll.lr. II LIVHSAY SAVI.OR, I'm- - Circuit Jinlnf nirr-mm- ii, . i. i .u ISOM II JOHNNY OI.ONT. MU.S'lUllt M. .MILLI'.K II. i'. KC.N'NIIDY. To" Ciii'iiil Oouit Olfik. T. J, IIAI.I. W. T. (IIU.L) DAVIS, JKSMl M. I)I!1K)1U) I'or ('unity Court Clerk. K. J. McKlNNKV, I I.II.TI.U TOMTAU.Olt J01INC. IIOWAKI For MiiKl'lr.itu 1st Dlstrli-tV. II. SIOMOM . I'ur MiijjMr.ito sinl 1. joiis u. m.uu.or V. ItUI.I.OCK DNti-iet- . llAKI'.ISON C. KIRHY M Mi HMr'cl IHILLAUli COTTON, anil-leal- " AKi.HIMIlM.llS, W.A. CROMI'.ll W. H.MUI.I.INS, I'nr M.ifi-lnili- 1 .'ill HMricl. JIllS. I.KI.1A MAY COOPUR T J. NICIU.UY 'ii:i:ma.n Kirruo.N' 1' I' ItOlllllNS, rnrCumtiilili- - llli UNtrlit. JOHN ('. KKI.I.Y, T.u CiiiumNiiiiu'o Cotinlv Jmluu I.Ki: WAltU . . l'r llH'll.tl'.l) llitANAMA.N r. iiowmax .MUM-INS AM JOHN I'. I'IC.li, ntlvo HI.si District. V PrlnccM Tc Ala ami lier Conipanj will kIvo Iiullaii r.onKs, il.mccs nnJ lo KonJs nt tiur Cliaiitiuuiua. Princess Te Ala Ii. nu oxceptlorta' drniuntlc leader ami Intenitctcr of tlie dances of tho Red Man Dimnn win Is the ercatcsl Indian ruutrnllo ere hotePt TIief.e tulnntcil artists imI by Tlunlow I.tiMimnce, one at tilt foremost authorities on Indian music lu nrescnt this unique and artistic of Indian souks, lullabies, ptom-nlegends anil dances. A part of limit art nrncram will be of standard All are college graduates Fones. are eorgeous nud Their mntiimts very expense e l'or Shuiiir An. I:. M COTTON .JOHN IlIiNNKU CuNSTAHI.K llli DISTINCT I1AKKR Constable 5lli District CONWAY Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of lr vino. lv. were with homo folks from Saturday untill Monday Mr Wood's sister Matty Mae returned Miss L'Ulie home with them. Uulton who has been teaching at We Berea. has letnrned lionie. are .surprised to hear of n wed ding here last week. Mr Russel Unville and Miss Emma Wjnn weiu married nt Richinond, left. Mrs for Hattle Creek, Michigan Beldon and daughter Pe( who have been in Hamilton.Ohio for some timo have returned home. -- Mrs. Sallio Wood and Hettie Ktdd spent hst Thursday Swinford, with Mr and Mrs near Di.sputanta. Mr.Cledus Miracle called on two of our prettiest girls Friday light Mr. Jas A Franklin was Mr. Stanley in Btrea Saturday. Payne was up from Livingston between trains, Friday. There was a largo crowd out to the speaking Saturday night. Misses Grare and Beatrice Williams wera in Berea last week, visiting Mr. and Mrs, Chtisleen. C. B Kidd and George Wynn W. L. bkid werein Mt. Vornon Mr. more is on the sick list. Dewey Huff was in London from Jas A Saturday untill Monday. Franklin was in Scaffold Cane i.. i,a.vgioi:ii J. II I). O. OI.AKK RI'.V. W.M. M. DUIllIA.M Kuircivnl.itivc CIIAS. A. CIIANDLUR I'm- - uf l.Ulltloll SiuuMir Slst District Certainly tliu people ate endorsing the clean methods tiiat .IuiIkc iletbnruni is employing in tiiu conduct of his campaign for Tlie opposition promised to do tlie same t nig, but they have torn off the musk, and tlie district is now bein filled with the mist dististin;, slinderutis and ridiuilous nit tint was ever scalt red for the consumption of an intelligent and refined jieople The people kunw Jadu'i! Uithurum, mi thy kno.v that all publications th it rolled up m his ofi'i :ial or 'ernn il ch iHcmr arc untrue. They know th.it all this slander is wtitte.i by lih oiponcut and by no other pars u, and knowing tins, and hiving onntideuce in our Circuit J udo, they will helii'v'o n ithoi i tint' is pii'.ihsh?d in tlie sheet that was purch ised by his opponent, and intended only for this campaiKii. The old substantial and tollable newspapers of the distiici, with is neutral. Tlieso one exception, are for .Indue B tliiirJiu This newspapers a;e o.vneil and controlled by their editors Judge Helhuruin has no fiiiuuui.il iuuiesl m any newspaper in this district and does not controll tl e policy of any The. Mt. Vernon Signal Jiiell U opur.lv supporting ti tin. i ;i" and Tile Coiniiion-wealtl- i, your county paper, is an old established Republican newspaper wi lb double the subscription list of any oilier newspaper in this district, and both these pipers aie supporting fiulge Heihur uinn because the editor of both kunw Hie iispitants for the office of Circuit Judge and will suppoit the kht niaii, and the most competent man, and one that has a record as a Republican that all can endorse, admit, that he of MM Chandler of tin place hut woelf. Vernon is the ii'tiiictive visitor Two chll. hun ni .Mr mid lri of ,Iimm Kiln H'llo und l'oarl Frank Rnbbins lnve heeii very NtwiHMil --Jncob lildcriiiid'siU with mei-- h s . Mivs Alit a' Mi.s J. K Ciish were in Pike has irliiiiuri to her honiel Tuesday. Milvin Gooeli und son at Livingston, nfl i u plwi'iint Newloiiol Hie I.iok, were islt-- visit wilh her cousin. Until Is at lioniu orMittlie Iioiiio of Josh WiUou Frltli - (J. A Ssuiuliv. Mrs P A. Slielmnuiid vvi,, ,H fnlny il.N woei; liece ami Saivgl r.i.i-- . iiss v.sser of Mt. in d daughter Mrs Dewty fcowder Vernon is vMting her i;iand i .1 unction of Lobiuoii are with mother Mis limp nnd oilier! fiieuds nnd rela'ives liero tliis rela'ives h.'fe this week NJ week - Mrs. Ii. J. Tortill Is in Vmiliooie ami mi Robert ivero Airs in Mt, Wriiou toiid.i -t- auiice Lexington for tho summer lid N'ewlnr.d has returned from I'ritli und fumily have i lied a tin duys usit with rolalives from lliiuils nud mined bnektoi Mi'.i and friends at Lancaster, Paint llie'rold liirin uuir lluitt l.ick, Oovlngtoii ni d Richmond. and Mrs Il.in Grny :i d Mrs Misses Kuiina uiul Susie lilder Dewev Sowiler, were in Mt L. " lleihur1 of Louisville, after it short vlrlt Vernon Monday with their graudpitents, Mr. um wis down fiMtti Mt Vernon Uiy Dunn will lieyin and Mrs. Jacob lilder arc with Monday Mrs. u scries of meetings ill tlie relatives at Bee Lick. Kliz.ibttli Albi'iRht and little son Christian Church July llth. Richard, were in Crab Oscliard livery one is titjj.d to attend. Jnsu Wilton, Gran- Walter Wnbins was in Mt Ver Saturday Roberts Loy.ii ville Owens and W O Yudnn unii Satunluv Nine erosed bats with London ereinMt Vernon Sunday Prof KA Strange was ln-- Siitda.y defeatuic them by u fiom Columbia duiiiiR the wetk. sco-- e nf to to 6 The HiikIIk nil boys p'ayed loose linll behind e -- Rev. W.F Rogers of L' innings altill. d his regular uppoint-ine- nt Payne in the ut the Christian church lowing London their six tallies. Sunday Drew ascended the mound in tlie .evening. Saturday morning and evening.-- - Mr. and third inning, while Loudon felt Mrs A M. Hiatt and little (he pill fur only one hit and no Dorothy Vernon, wero in Living- runs Tho feature of tlie game ston "Sunday. Mrs L li. Davis was tho slugging of the rod ot Nicholasville, arrived Sa'urday head Nino, Haggard regaining his Mrs Gilpin bitting eye, lor live hits, and to see her mother, who has been so very sick p nd Drew's three base hit with the Grodhend again de Mrs. bases full. to visit Mrs. R H, Ilainin Owen Cass and children, Master featcd Crab Orchard at the fair Lester and littlo daughter, Miss ground Sunday by a score of 13 lie. and littlo ststor, Ruth Al- to 2 They wonder w y thov two bright are in Kevcnna to visit can't makeover can runs off of solve the Brack Diirlnm Brodhead. Wh her sister Mrs. George mystery? Our Juninn teams also Rev. and children. won two games witli Mt. Childress was in Heroa Saturday Junior teams Saturday. Vernon A fast and Sunday to fill his appoint-niei- it gaino is oxpeettd at the fair at the Christian church. between Whcoldon, of Louis- - ground tomorrow iMinri'iinn BrodMrs. Ethel .. , IwKIrl llllll Ha mil 14JI fi'lIU T lniili1II . , Hi U I ., ll.UU nurl IJVlVJtl 4 vine, remains very sick u ine ,)(J ther0 t0 Se( ths &hi 1 ; Miss .Sidney Ciawfiii'il Bro'dhead tis s re-u- Why Men Like to sjiis-Master- Buy Here MEN are more or less fixed in their habits They don't of buying. seem to enjoy ' shopping around from store to stre before making a purchase. rlltr Ink On the other hand they like to .walk into the btore of their choice and get what they uis-vill- want at the right price. o Thrt's ths 11 wav it should be and that's the way you'll find .. Lr, L.U111IZ. 11 W11L11 VULI xnm. LIJ IIUI Uttd af-. 1 1 ft You'll get the lowest price at which it's possible to sell good merchandise. ,t. f I 'ISSEkwI 4- - Sir. BSS. QzllSa 4 mrw I,; W V'l'SS'aOTIICRAlT I SUTTON & MBEE Place To Clothes A Good Buy Good - SMSmiJ MErSiU-Tho men that are fighting tlio Judge huow, and many of them rurt will win in tip primary, hut ii is kr.own that this w tors. mudsliuxitiK campaign ngamst the Judge is tlie first step in their $wmi$m plans to try todefe.it him with a democrat in the November elecTho world's (.tanJ.irJ remeily for Ibest in tion. If 'his is not their object why continue their disorders, will often ward off these dis- tlie race when tlie whole district is satisfied that Hilliurum will eas.s and Mrcnlhcn tlie body oilnil win overwhelmingly ? Tlie ('ntuiunnwculth is reliably iulontied further attacks. Three sties, all drujjfiisti. that the opposition li'isumsso far us to select the D iiiincrnt that is Look for lL ntniv GoM Medal on ov.rr boa ond occepl no imitiU'sn to make tlie raco atr.iiiHt the IndJ hut it is all Judge Tueiday. Ik'tliurum will be the nominee, and will be the jude for another term. The campaign of ubusi uiul si nuler sirv.Moniy to strengthday Miss Zula Mao BnrdO'le en him with the people. SonierM't Coiiiinonwcaltli. Misses Bessie and liva Hasty was hero from Mt Vernon las-- t spent Saturday night und Sunday Mr, and Mrs John Shivel week with friends, Mrs John a rouic-i:astij- : to encourage the lanners of with Misses Jewel and Bcsr.le and little (laughters spent e'Uuydund family retu mod toiler vfrxon this county to get th"ir pioducts Barnes- - Mr. Edd Barnes and week end In Conway with hot' homo in 'it. Illinois The Directors of the Mt. unl stock m good shane and family and Miss Katie Baker, of brother Mr. Henry iJowiuiiu. Aitr spending several diys Vernon Fair Association at u show them, and it is believed near this place, spent Saturday Miss Mattio Frith Is here from w th relauves bore. Mr. and recent meeting, voted unanimous that there will he mor? things and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Urodhead this iveek the guest of Mr-- W. H, Siguion were liere M. ly to in i'e the Mt Vcinon Fair shown tliis j ear than ever bo Alfred Barnes, at Cove. &T- -I Wo uro glad from VI t. Vera, ii Sunday. M ss Cora Leece, Mrsr this year a strictly Hockcastlu fore, wlte-- the folks know that James Uoan, of near Huh place, is o who W M. Cupps is on tho sick list teport Uncle Joe Smith TI:U menus that they uro competing only again-al- l among the sick County Fair Mr. Jal'o Mc-L- o und n 'uiriiim at Mr Muharg has-- ri turned to K'mmMt rBfl WMMt iwb mm ammMMM Sm Mm HKBB mxei IS mmm mmWM mmWM IBIBI mmmmi bii entries must le Rockcastle st pr.ilujts ami stuj'c froai our in ore of near Brodhciid, was E Wrv IB EEik&B Bui ES " OHM D.invillo sevornl days tigi tm his home at Newark, Ohio after KB owned and all money paid to own county. Ueniotuuor tho with his sister, Mrs. Geo. Hood, BaLoi T Iff weeks visit witli hi. U G Goode was here a three proving. This is done ilate, August ion 12. Knckcastl? peop'e at thisplace, Sunday. Mrs. Clara Mr son, Sam Mailing of this plrce. from Stanford Sunday. Carinical, ot this p!aco. spent Sat Mrs Kichaid Karlv is reonor. S. K Bowninn spoke to a lurgp urday with Mrs Carmical at Mt. attdiance at ing slowly from u severe illutss. and ciithiisiastic Misses Marguerite Vernon Cliarloy Smith uu.V went an evening. Vadaatul Julin Kirby spent Sat Hickory Grove Tuesday operation at Ro'iiusou Hopilul urday ami Sunday with their TI.ey gave him their closest Berea having his tonsils removed showing beyond a grandpiieiits, Mr. and Mrs Frank We are glad to report him gel-tin- g ?TrgFY'4HHiHjHHHHBIBBBHHHflHIHr'MH' Johmiiu Clonl, of Mt doubt tho linn bold Mr liw-- . Kirby. along nicely. R. L Smith RockVernon, was in this pirt last man has in this patt of was in Danville Wednesday Charley Grilliili of castle. week, tulUing to tlie voters. Mrs Ramsey of mar Ml. VerKev Initios Barnes will prea-- h at Berea has boon spending several non was n visiter at Ihu homo of the giove near Jesse Liiosay s. das with his sister Mrs. Hay Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams hist Mi. and Mrs. Jess next Sunday, at j o'clock, Juno Mnbarg. weOlf, 2uth IJvervboiH cordially invited Lear and mother Mrs. Ka. nio The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of to attend -- . Mr. und Mr", Win. Lear wore hoe last wctk from ' 7sooWock will) Mr, Wildio wj Ii frieii'sanirela Ives and has been jnade under his per- Sexton spent Su.id-C&X-ttfjZTirZtsonal BUPervkIm since its Infancy. s Clarence and Mrs Bud Sexton Seip'i Purkorson Alow n0 one t0 deceive you Jn this Hasty spent S. turday night with lias returned 0 J?pr h.fi uts and Children JUlSfE from Ottawa All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but OrVilIo and Andrew buwiler MiExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of win re he has been to see his In Vsti FfirOvor3Q Yeara ami Mis. HampSix on spent Mm griinilirothor Mis Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 7sp oj Robert Htimm Always bairn yff, . --m Never to baby with a day with Mr. und Miction. Hod Mis P'rnuct'H Augustus was 6lEnoti!eof Mis. Mueliei Norton spout Mini remedy you would use for yourself, lny with Mis Win b'rider. here from Louisville last week 2 o'ejaek 1 The diottth still continue in this the guest of M ss Delora II iyil VU Ilfimor Tlunipsou, mui of tlio part, but the people, men and Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, 7 30 o'clock Vr and Mrs Amos tiiitlt und, lato Grant Thuiup.un, passed in1 women, und ulio little children uro Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains VM 'still liLviiiir and digging, waiting ulii dr 'ii Weill to Dauvlllo to seo to tho lust long sleep at ills home neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its hoping for a goo J ruin to cone Mr. Smith's athor Sunday mid age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Mr at Wljlallla, Ill's county, June 17, 2 o'clock and wo believe it willc me i i due und Mic. Clarence Shafer wcro teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, PAI 'and was laid to rest on the 18th wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising , timo for us all to ruisu toaiuthing will the family of Win. Fagotto nt Piovidonco. Ho married Miss 7 30 o'olook to eat, tor we nu ki.ow nun u wo therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids 1M the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. doour'fiart, ihu I.brd will do his, last week. Mr and Mih. J. J. Dorothy Owens, daughter i)f Will and we will gut thru, even though Iirock and little daughters The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. 7 30 o'clook Gweiis of Willulllu, less tluin 11 of Mr wn mav havo hard times. year ago, and the )ouug wife, PM a nil Mrs Win. Sowdur spoul Copper Crook and Mrs. Ida GENUINE 7 30 o'clock son Shirley, of his widowed mother, several sisALWAYS Suuduv witli Mr and Mis Cliar- - Adams and 1 f lie Sbephurd. -- It seems tho far Urodliead were visitors at tho ters, two brothers and a host of fBears the Signature of Tlieso MiiLnkirrt.wiIl give tlio reasons why Judge Hotliuriiiiui. a eanahle liners of this feoctjon want more home of Mrs. Laura Lear Sun- friends mourn his loss, .T,i,, ,i i bread tot-a- t and less berrjes, qs aii unblemished record as a niiiublicau. should ho iioiniimteil in th Ifm.i.u;..,.., i..: a .... n. . ,tliot liuvo cut most of tio briers Ihe speaker Hon. f.ooifnid Mucco, will toll tho Uojniblicaus of this ctounty how Ii' down We don't I elluve any of us 1 0 C L. W. BETNURUM will bo worried inuci in ciinnin Kennedy betrayed tho Itopiiblicnn l'urty of Pulaski Uouutv. in tka eoiiunil nlnntim. r ATTpUHKy AT UW r ft Ht rm r rw liiii'i'iet: this veil r. Mr. Niitliau Mt Vvriuui, Ky oj.only uuiportiug the democratic ticket, Mr, Mocco at tho time being Republican Arnuld, of thisplact', was caILd nominee for f yiutNON.uy Will practUe all the CciuU, praetlm in sll Wl flfft..nn Oltlllf.lHie iour. Sujt. ot Schools. All voters should fiom them nnd nil are invited to attend, tho ladies to I'intville, Saturday, to seo his State mid l't'drral m....,' ne rvina you Always Bought ' ' 'daughter, Mrs. Murt Owens, who ' Olllce on Church Stu-i cupoclnlly, 'Ml CCNTAUn COMKANV, HKW VOMK OITV. is viry sli.lt. He wusuccoinpanied (t, S. tilUKi'lN, Chnitniaii, Judgo Hethuriiinn's Campaign Committoo, by hu son George. and Mrs Jim Sutton and littlo son Charles lid- ward, were in Mo.) woid. first of tho week to visit Mr. Sutlon'9 Joo Howard ister and family son of Mrs Bettye Howard nrd Miss Pearl Weaver of near Quail were inarrieii saturaay nr nsi Mr. and Mrs. Walter weoic Smith and children of William.-;- , burg, who have been with Mrs parents, Mr and Mrs. I. M Oivens, left lastlTiduy to visit Mr, bimtirs inoiner, nenr Mr. and Mrs. Crab Orchard, Orrin Walleu were ir. Louisville Mr, and last week shopping. Mrs. F. L Durham, UrK anu Mis. Jonn D. Hunderson down from Mt Vernon SuncTXv with Mr. and Mrs. .1. F Watson and Mr and Mrs Everett WatMrs hcttye Frith is in son. Knoxvillo visiting her son, Dr. C.eorge M. Frith and wife Mrs Harbra Houk of Muretburg. visited her daughtef Mrs Clarice Mill-tin- lionie 01 iier . Mr sistvi, .j 1 vui Mt. Vernon, Ky. received a no.v line of waists and skins'. Sutton & Mcllee, Just THE CLOTHCRAFT STORK IN THIS TOWN Arbor C Towerv, son ,f Cor of llero.i, formerly n ix'sident of the Wildio section of this county, is reported am ng the four officers and fnurtv nine enlisted men uboird the t Naval Tug, Uouestogi. This ship sailed from Mare Island March 25 for Simna via Pearl Harbor' and 110 word has tieen iirurii irom it snee. ULSP,lu ll Uhiurough seal ch of the Pacitic VICTIMS RESCUED ' ni'ius Tortory lo-,- Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking h'OR SALIi: Home known as John McClarv proierty where I now live, froi ting tlie stnet, tun- ning back to the orchaid, contain inn about seven acres, well in barn lot, goo sistern, good barn nine stalls and twelve foot drive- way, good hen house and corn crib, good smoke house. Dwelling houso with six rooms amf fiont anu- - incK I'o'cues; a iiesiraoio home. Will nil wcrllt the money. G. V. Owens.' 34 It 1 AGKNTS : MKN & WOMEN Make big money selling LaTus ca Gems, tho stone that really looks and wears like n Diumond. Kvery piico exact copy of nigh priced Diamond jewelpry. Dotect- ed only by experts,' Guaranted Five Years. Write tor illustrated. catalogue and Agouts terms. fjiTutcu Go :11s Co, Lexirgton.Ky UnilClren UT7 CAST.O.RJA ' HOPEWELL Public 1 HIATT bt. fair fair ', HON. m Speaking mi , i Bl V iH wi Wpi KlMiHtBv aS Bl H in WIBUBHSBalBal BaH ImH Supt. of Schools of Pulaski County - I yii .lb Children Cry for Fletcher's nttt-ntio- If plwl attempt Eliiil "Just-as-good- Judge LW. Bethummh School House, flpuse, Wed JUNE 29 3,0 JUNE 3p JULY JULY JULY 2 Sat JULY 2 Tue JULY 5 Wed JULY 6 - Will address the voters of Rockcastle County on behalf of the candidacy of Judge B, J, Bethurumn as follows: f Hammond CASTORIA Conay Sclipol UI&Jrf&&( Thur What is CASTORIA that relieve your HickoryGroveScbooLHousoTbur J.angk;rd bchool House, Fri Pine Hill School House, Fri Livingston School House Sat . t CASTORIA - Brodhead Union School House, Buffalo School House, C&v7e& Years In Use Fop Over 30 nave 4 - C, trny 111 WILLIAMS .y r3f$tC$ '3$?-- ..... ,ii. I . jut.j.- irfO-- v m"y M T-- ' mtm. . VKKNON T.VkuNON, Ky, .June IG N AL 14 1921 HA Mm r 3 Langford Is a Deputy Sheriff KOCKCASTLH COUNTY CO.URT, Culled Term April lOtli 1919. ' TRIKEJ tm north. - TAHLH. north.' south ,...., J AS. 5.P'n 8:15 am 12:20 im .On motion of Tip Langford, Sheriff of Kockcystlo count)', R. L Lnngford is hereby appointed deputy sheriff of said eottn-t- y .South Phone No. 8. 12:t!l!am Landkum, Agent. Cigarette To soal in tho delicious Burloy nnd qualified by appearing in open court and taking the onth us required IJy law Ordered tlint court adjourn, PERSONALS Mr. Luther julta tobacco flavor. Sunday. Or. 11 Mullins litis boon Gun Mullins J. U. 0. C. sietfir sevor.il days Col. Allison has completed his bungalow on Lovell Heights. The above order and the oath taken makes H. L. Liuigford Mrs. K I). Hopkins of Corbiu Cha)it.mquu week is coiiiiu is with her pireiiU this week. as much responsible for the faithful performance of the duties uiid coming sojii. Tho first Ciaig, of Lnncastor of the Sheriffs office as if ho wns an elected sheriff. This order Mr. J. M. nunibor Is to be July 2nd, just was litro lor diMHiocK sate r been rescinded or set aside. We respectfully k him niii wiintc frnin tnluorrow. . and very III to give his official record of the past 2 years, 2 and one half will continue ever) afternoon and Fr d Baker was taken Thursduy evening, ami is report, months that the peoplo may judge from the past whether ho tvoning for six days, bringing ed no better today. best talent on would give them a business administration and conduct it like some of the Very the public platform to the people Mr. and Mrs Ap Taylor were with Mr. and Mrs. J C. Taylor a man not afraid to enforce the law. of Alt. Vernon and Rockcastle lins-iiovcu-- It's toasted Miss Bullock was tho guest rtt Jrfllstor-tn-law- , Mrs. Pearlle Bjbck, of Mt. Vernon, SaturdayWtd Sunday. Mrs. J. P. Croweirlsltod her parents, Mr. and Jws. Uoono' Alonday Miss KttspcKiiinoy, who spent last weegkwith her aunt, Mrs. Irvino OTJlock, has returned home. jThe grim reaper doath visited f tgo homos iu this community last week; first taking the infantjbhlld of J. J. Nichols on tho iftth, cud on (he 18 the diutglitoffof Boono Barron was taken. HoiJ remains woro laid to rost in tjio family burying ground" Sunday. We oxtend our most heartfelt sympathy to theso parents in Ihoir sad beAir. and Airs. J. L. reavement? Bullock visited Airs. D. R. Doan, .Mr. SFORD IBe v, Wg Are Quitting-Busines- s The People? Rockcastle And adjoining cQunties are awake and taking advantage of the wonderful values offered in our i rr r"II a villlf vm TT tm iki 11 II 1 K3L mKr a. fida'lri piH H 1 PLENTY OF CLOTHING For Men, Young Men and Boys, all colors, blue, M Pennington was in Pine-villi- ; county. hst Saturday on profession spent Sun- day and Monday in Corbin with lier husbaud. of Chock, Langdon Miss School, is uc home tills weok, Da 11 viae, Ky. Murray Uoreing of Loudon was liete jostorday enruiito homo in a new ill b si oss. Mrs. W. II. Miller It's Dave's Time LOCALS Mrs. Mattio Mullins. Miss Martha Burdino and Mr. Casper Levisay took dinuar last Sunday witli Mrs. Wm. Hansel of Pino Hill. Thoy leport a splendid dinner and an enjoyable day. Iludaon'cir. Mrs Earl Cox, of Mlddlet.boro is visiting her parents, Mr. and Tickets uro on sulo at most all stores and boMi banks and by several others in Mt. Vernon. Let everyone fall in line and help the guarantors make this the most successful year in tho history of Mt Vernon Chautauquas The prises will bo much lower if season tickets aro p.trcliiscd. Buy yours now. Sunday. Miss Lucy Cress wiis the guest of Aliss Grace Hullock last wcok -- J. F. ....... ,r....i i. viiiiiiuuu, mu iiiisning saiesmau lor Arnold, Hamilton & Luxon, was though hero calling on tho merchants, Saturday. There was prayer services at Bluo Springs Sunday. Mrs. E. Bullock was the guest of Airs. J.V. Bullock Saturday night. Vornon Bullocks sister, at Alt. .. brown, green and mixtures, all going at prices lower than any other store can sell them. Shoes Low-Cut- s Boots " ' Two Uockcastlo farmer bovs nre having the time of their lives this weolc at State Univorsity, at Lexington. They are Carl Brown of tho Quail section, and Roscoe Proclor. of the Orlando section, who arc both aoiive, pro gressive young farmers and aie doing things that count these days. They are attending a Buy your Summer, Fall and Winter Shoes here now and save $2 to $7 on every pair. Star Brand Shoes, Selz and Crawford Shoes no better shoes made at prices you want to pay meeting.:of,Junior fi 4 V Mrs. T"J. Nicelev. Mrs. Ahvight Bowman has. a weeks visit with her parents at liurea. Hague Brown and son of Lancaster, weio hcru among tho stocirbuycis Monday. Mr J. Mesha-I- c Gentry and Miss The small child of Dr. Will It utli Mullins were in LiviugUou Jones, of Wildlo, died Thursday betwe mi trains Monday. Mr. W. IJ Langfoid, wifonnd of last week. children of Livingston, art. visitGet your Chautauqua tickets ing home folks in ,Mt. Vernon now. MEAT A lways Fresh Ooast or Steak Club boys from all and will coino home with some now knowhidgo of farming. The Mt. Vernon fair Association is outting up half tho expense of sending these two boys, while tho University is taking care qf incomer nait. Agricultural over the State MEN'S DRESS SHOES Soles of Solid Leather LADIES' SILK. HOSE Pure Silk with Seam up b.iek " $3.90 98C Golden the Head an acute attack of Nasal Oat arrli. ij i'hoso snbjcct to frequent Is There are Bargains for everyone only at this sale yt ept Clean, tliis wcoic. T ero was quite a crowd in Miss Turner, tuatrOn at Lang, don School, will reir.uln hero town Monjay for the slock sale, during tho sumtncrcinoriths. but wo understand there was The smalt 'child of Harlan very little toek changed hands. gl(il . ore wlifcli lias been" (juito itlj or more is i:n Some of our fishermen in tho sick f ir provl ig. Rrudliead section have been runMr. T C. O'Maia wlio lias ning afoul of I ho Game Warden boon vis iting 'his family nd and thereby nciting thenjsclves fiionds'hero, rcturoed-to- . Lyncb,-'K- y a little trouble. Monday. mi , 4 Miss Gladys Southard of Stun-forCar Sinyleloti, of mar Hrod-heawho lias been visiting rota Ky. accidentally shot him: Shirts 590. and up' tlvesuud friends hero returned self iu the thigh, with a shot gun button & MeBee, hoiiK Saturday. Wo understand that Miss TevU. Kav Betliurum left nst ! Friday, Mrs. Uuth Brown, who resid- getting along ulucly, MouJay for a visit to Mrs, A. B, ho neiir Level Green, died at the Gilbert of Pineville and Mrs. Strap pumps for women -- ,50 heme of her daughter, Mrs. . E Grilli'hof Middlesboro and up. Sutton & MeBee Joe" Vanhnok, Ml. Vernon, Ky , Supervisor of Cap .oOrecn, Prison Camps, was here Wedties Miss Anna It, Htiuuh came Wednesday night and was bu day, linking after the prison Iroui licrt'd Wednesday and jejn ried Thursday afternoon at cump at this (Hiint. edacroad of young people wh,i Providence Delbort Grilliu of the Orlando left hero Thursday for Rock- section, was adjudged insane G yoqnger qtt 111 A "l''cr of j Monday, and sent to the Eastern castle river fur a fishing trip. Alt. Vernon, chaperoned by Miss Kentucky-Hospita- l ai Lexington IP. Ma"o.i, or Hrsi Creek Myrtle Bryant, Miss Anna Baugh Rulph Gaillju vmis in Bpreu Was reported to he iu a dungrr? Mr. McGuire and several others, Slliuiiy We a lis poet th it Ralph ous condition, on Tuesday of this 'oft Thursday for a throe days will spend most of Ins Sundays week, from drinking moonshine fnp!ilB.lri Thov will cijup be. Of in liurea during vaimttoti time. whiskey, His recoveryis said to iun L.I IIITIWU, 1JII illuiUHSlll2 &, Uernard Franklin, of the Sigriver. nal force is witli tho party ol bo doubtful. . HirgiliiiH h silk and Organdy young folks who are camping Tho nro colebratiug St. drcssos Sutton ij MeBee. roar Livingston, 011 Uockuustlu John's Day today June LMth, by River over the week cud Mr. and Mrs. l'red Durham, n picuio and publio speaking at Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. McKengiu will UKitnr tlirough to Nicholas, and children of Stanford were Poplar Grove Church. Quito a villo Sunday and tiring back their hero with homo folks from Won number of Masons ami others son, Austin sparks Uurliam, and day until Thursday of this week. from heie. his cousin, little Miss Ml'dl'ed Kob-inJ. Mrs, Crit Caldwell, of Wallace. and Mastur J Preston Young, The New Chestuut Uidgo who will ho his guests during the ton, Ky , and children visited her bister in law Mrs. Eliza Junior Agricultural Club Chautiuruii, Cook, and niece Mrs. G M. 16 now inombors recently. Ballard, this week This Club has only been organ, Mr E I. Wilson and wife, ized 11 few mouths, and is doing FOR FLETCHER'S wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Gno worlr. I W.P. Hicks, of Wildiolast weak Mt. Wilson Is a very wealthy lumber man of Cave City, Ky. Dr. Polk, University Extension Veterinarian, Lexington, is in tio Coji'ny his week, by.ruriuo.st o oir. Cflumy A'flip Mr. Sponco, iuyestgiling stmiu ilisoareij live I 'nro Silver leaf Lard 15 No. 8 Swcol Potatoes 10 BucV. A1Mf 100 Cainiiliells Sotij) Hood Patent Flour 'tQ Hev. J. G. S.iward old hjs 50 No. 2 Gold Bar Meal 25 11) qtqqlf o( g;qod.s tiuq prtiparty u.t Pintapjilo. .25 Ground Arbucklo Col'foo ..20 1 Hi Mqretbqrg to M, C Doan, tyr, Calumet Unking Powder 25 Howard, hits moved tq Lincojn 7 Day C'offeo 1 lh pkg ....15 'J Argo Stnrcli Ouunty, where ho has purchased J5 A. Knglohards 1 lb. pkg , .15 a farm. 25 Good Hulk Coffee 124 4 Hum P. it G. Soao Boguo Smith, of the Hiatt sec Good ,75 et, Brooms 50 Lava Soap fjr tlon, was lice Monduy and tells Mops 25 Z bwfct Heart Soap Good us that, his fathes, Joe Smith Good Brass Wash Board ..50 2 cakes Ivory Soap who was on on at Dinvillo Ifi Passengers to from a fow weoks ugo, is improving City Club Smoking Tobacco 10 Pure Vogetablo Soap 1)5 rapidly and will be ablo to come Priiico Albert Tobacco .10 Swift's White Liiuiuliy Swip 05 Leaves Rockcastle Garage homo iu a fow days. 05 Sail Urasli Sop . . , , OldllillsiduSniokiiiK 05 lievi John MaoMillan and Mrs. -, Oct Sheplmrd Twist 25 Cleninjasy Soap .(),for MaoMillan, of Louis villo will 4 10-- t SaiiipsonTwist 25 (imiulpa's Soan 05 occupy tho Manse, at Laugdon 4 Twist ,,,.g5 Flotilla Toilet Soap 05 School, during his vacation, the 1Q l)oul)lun.leot& j.'iy pa pur. ,10 Swifts Arrow Horax Soap.. 05 mouth of July. Rev MaoMillan was pastor of tlie Presbyterian gj 3lhCVif"liVlt.V.Poach20 ui.iiiiimr.uu ougar lb church here sume years ago, 20 ox Ktruwhon-t'orint'ily sold ,t 1Q ets, Piescrves 25 10 2r ft Pie Peaches Saluion nink 15 CHAUTAUOUAi Program is onofblli6l Interest 10 Cream of Wheat 3 lb Tomatoes .20 o NHtifbora.'Qet'i yotip tielmts And lots ot' other real bargains too numerous to mention. Mgr.TaxrService now for the.Bfuson. Come and teo us and bo couvitiuod. ETats Good Attorney General C. 1 Dawcoii has ruled lh.it absence voters will not bo permitted to vote iu the coming piiniary and that this privilege was extended to absent voters for tie general election only, W, II. (iOTT T. 11. ItlCHAltDS The Citions Hank ad this ucik tells of their burglary prot 'Ct 011 (Knte Moore's Stsnd) This is the only bank in this sec M t. Vernon, ton of the slate with a modern Phone 84 Tliey are" very '.- Uiirglar'Alarm. -ct ' expensive We "py US Ky "colds head" will lind that the use ofjHALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up tho System, cleanso tho Blood aud ronder thom less liable to colds Repeated Hacks of Acuto CaT. irrh majrlead to Chyonlc Catarrh HALL'S) CATARRH MEDI INK Is taken internally and acts .Urougli ijjj'Blood on tho Alu ous Surf i?6,of the System, thus e This Is Your Opportunity goods at than To purchase less the war prices. fine before It everything o .. f- - u 3POI V.UM. costs nothing to come JKST Fish's 5vH Special ..,. . in and see Nothing Charged ! cattle. See us buy b cf redue n4lra3ntlaraatiuA. and re toriug liofrnnl conditions. All drguglsts Circulars free. F,J.Chenoy& Co., Toledo Ohio mm i.' Mi.' II.' 1 ili'j iif J 411i uur ii a t'r 1 ... ""'" ""'" . LOTHESgl ...... sirm a irifN . To Anyone tg:-- y . i.'.i .""" i ...-...- .w . aiaic.x .v. . .- fw i ma 'ki k ..c i,ti-..r4 r . r y. . fiirri.in ai.ij itJiiina T H vl i Mon.day, June 27th, 1921 BIG SALE STARTS THE ENTIRE Parakeet Mineral Water Grocery Co. oiore no. a at $4000.00 Fixtures of th STOCK Groceries and LIVINGSTON TAXI LINE SERVICE Has just recently been bought at Public Auction by F. Dees at a Tremendous Bargain and will be Children Cry closed out at less than wholesale C ASTORIA prices. As have decided to put these prices down so they will go at once, this sale wul continue Hinlil entire stock is sold s m son of Harrison Dnfjgar, of Boone's Gap, about fourteen years of age, died Juno 16th about nine o'clock a. in. from the effects of moonshine whiskey' which ho drank tho evening before The father had taken some of tho same stuff and his life was despaired of for a time, but he is now reported to bu recovering. One of our home pliyhicians reports a e.T.ehero in Mt. Vernon one nlplit last .veek, where only the most prompt and heroic measures saved the life of a yonni; man who had taltcti a drink of the poisonous stulf that is being sold under the name of whiskey. Heal whiskey is bad enough, but when it comes to a concoction of tobacco jnico, concentrated lyo. poison ivy and what not, a ma is (nitaiuly tuning long chances with his life when he swallows it. A Miss Iilizu Richards of Knox vllle, T01111., Field Worker in International bunday School work, was in Mt. Vernon Wednesday and Thursday, organizing forces for a drive in Sunday .School work in' all churches She throughout tho county. night inadu a talk Wednesday at the Christian church prayer meeting which w.is enjoyed by all present. Druggists Oppose SaleOf Liquors us. l'or floor covorings always Sutton it Mellec. .see Urab Orchard, Ky., Juno 22 Tho Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association today went on record as opposing the sale of whisky, beer and other intoxicating beverages by druggists iu a resolution which was unanimously adoptod. The resolu linn also protested tho nctioujof in classifying tlie Government druggists us "retail liquor deal1,1 v iiimwii lui-- i V111 njiii:imiu a discussion of the re ers." cspoudu tit has been ipute ill fo solution Ina number of members a couple of woks; hence tho lib spoke iu its favor. sence of our weekly letter from Louisville Times- that point.- We are gl.nl to learn Woodstock The Masons of th ut ho is uow improving rapidly Lodge are havingthea St. John 'r and hope that he will favor us with Day Celebration at Poplar Grove a letter next week. this county, today. Many of the Masons from here and othor WANTED: A cook todo good lodges in this county as well as plain cooking for Restaurant. Pulaski will bo there. Middle aged woman preferred, .. Good home and good wages. FOR FLETCHER'S Apply lirodhead Cafe. - . Children Ory C A.S T O R A I . Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Ph)U Milbr, Ca.liUn- - MT. VBBNON TO Because it is YOUU liotuu bunk. Ueeaiisu its ollicors mid directors are all home people are all known to you, AND AUK YOUR FKIKND3. FSoundstone FOR & Train No. 38 FARE $1.00 Trains No,37 & 38 Because your frinds are moru vitally interested iu YOUU welfare than others can possibly bo. Because the bank is conducted on safe and sound business principles, and takes no chances with other people's s money. :30A.M. ... 11 lOc-tGr- ! Rock castle Garage E. W. PERCIFUL, U.O, linker, Pruslilent PgopIqs Bank Oapltal 9S0,000.oo Surplus $lS,OOO.oo CASH ONLY ."" Jevmf. HlWtwpJWTW ((', imT7Y f - aJrtwsTiri ... 93tei5 SSK Bull-Do- g Drummond The Adventures of Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull (t Air Highways The New Transportation Mnn I O ... iriin iiii'i COMES gaBMBftwmiifMWia s.m)inas PROM MEXICO, f Bigger, Stronger, More Durable by CYRIL McNEILE SAPPER" ILLUSTRATIONS BY IRWIN MYGRS UP j right br i. 11. lrn - . .nil wlili 'lieut J O Creech, nfter several months 'effort, have succeeded in cstalwisiing the .Lexington Aviiitioir Comp.ny and aero- IdromoDrni-statioThoir first 'ulrcnft was purchased in Chi- enno" ami was lUnwi from that point to Lcxinvtiin, accompanied by cxpett mechanician Harry K. Rielmrd wUolisislmd nine years LvwrinnVe lii connection with Hiroraftservicehiallits ramlfku . ri... ii.m.. v.iv "Aco," holds an oxcellon. teeord on "Ir """ line;fritter war tho crediting ,MU Wild, it- - n. tiou- - iw I f " ii et in tho distance of.S ip ninue oy me within exactly four hours ultplaius included New Yotk. ...Pes longtime 'J liev called ut tho lMiilntlolililn. llaltimore, WVh Speedway nt Indliiuapoliu uP.l l"J.n. Klcbmoud, .. Chnrlosini, . ii.ltlfllW ...II.. t t n .. ..,:, wi-- h jtitiKsnnviue, aiiii-ii- i, .puit three hours nt tluit'poitit Louisville, Lexington, Cincinnati The plane has been named the "nimiel Hume; the fiist loco Cleveland, liuitaio ami uic iwimotive to iiuihe trip from Lex- era snore cities irom roiiiuuu, Now ington to Frankfort was ui'led Maine down and back to Yoru, the Daniel IUkmu'i tile I'liu was Tile LexiiiRlnn Aviation Cum made on Jai uary 25, 1835, in two hours and twenty minutes; panvwill train students mid lit being greet d by thousands of thorn for pilot posit ons, pus- enthusiast h: people upan its sengcr carritng, umke local and cross country Inter pity arrival at the Capital city of today flights, fly at Fairs, Colobrntioin. Booi.e Tho Daniel in- photography, wil make tho run v.iihin twenty udvorltsing, tours, etc. Qthor planes will be spection minutes A number 01 Lexington s lean Mb business re- deled to the inn biiuinuss men are interested ( ui ft ICentuclty's only in this nviilion enterpiise. Lieut. Cre'-'c11 I a on nmi.y jmic i.t inn, wllh having him brought down seven enemy air- 1'Hues. Ho was awarded war crosses by lirco Koverninenls, and given a citation by tleiiunil Pcnshlnj? for dlstine.uisl.ed ser- vice. Ha was chosen as one ot Him war de- " ,,,llL,f l)ilots pirtmenl when the Liberty Lain Klylne, Circus was sent out after 'rg department "' firt1iiniT "". -- " It Inn-ti- nf Ihf- w I VI 11 hop-off- s Tho nircraft Industry will soon develop Into n big business. It is a real insiitnilnn. rv menus of transporation which is from three to five times taster than nnv other utility; it is such n grcit utility that wo do not at first appreciate it or its vast possibiL Hies. no of Charles V KcltcrlnB. automobile Amei lea's foremost authorities, flw mora than 15- ooo n.l!e. during 1920. Ha was n- . nt. j u' Wilimr n w.ai j-Int.fit flllc j ... piacu unu wiuiic.i in i else, on business. Housed where the airplane. It paid In savin ,midi time "lf ! ft. A ,im Iln.nl ..-- . um. If... imUi, tho I.oxineton compmy has not (Usoilut inu nigaw.iy pioptMiuun um in iiuuiunu 10 ins ronumuu interest in pushing to completion Ui" Uoono Way, Dixie Highway ami other good roads, is making clf.irts to establish additional b fao lines of trail spor-lio- u by c.mting liiRtiwajs urouf.ii the air, witn product m n cussful oiilcojue of Ills umlor. Than Ever Before For months, wc have worked to make GoodyearTires for passenger cars even better. We have increased the size of our clincher type Goodyear Cords, made the tread thicker, the carcass heavier, thcibcad stronger. Today pur larger size Cords are likewise bigger, stronger, more durable. And fabric - Abel ('nnlu lectures nt our Chan tauiiiin on "Mexico nud tho Moil onns," K-- ntn,, RltCOM M KN DS CHAM BEI LAIN'S TALUtTS. Cliamoo. Iain's Tablets linM beeli used by my hush wd and in felf off and on for the past I JMvJ, wiiNttS'i.? IK I tires, and inner tubes, too, show added value. Whatever car you drive, there are improved Goodyear Tires and Tubes now ready for it, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. The Goodyear Tire &. i When my husband go. i away from home ho always tukt a bottle of them along with bin. Whenever I have that heavy feel hie after intb g, or feel dull ni ( pLyedout, I take one or twi Chainberhiiii's Tablets and the fix tne uj) r- -. n Offices Throughout the Rudder Company World v,- takings. . The L xtiiion avhuiou pny m s ns cm ." " Newton Vreeland, Minoa N. v Take these tablets when troublu with constipation or indigostiiii and they will do you' good, line," writes Mi h Hoaid of Cdmuiorco, 108 Noith Upper street. B gaBBBDnnnaaDDMuiannaBDaDaBB LEVEL GREEN Summer his anivedat las and crops arc looking fmu. A J MyMuUins wlu has luun in le cliuing healtji for some time la Baptised last Saturday morning, Rev, U H Gentry offlcijt(.d,r-- M i and Mis. Clnrles Ctiumiius ol Missouri Mrs tiro visiting Cuin.iiius brother A. J. MeMul hits Sherman Chastoen was called to Mudixm county t tviLnrduy to sec his brotli-jr-ilaw. Grani.son Clark lias lyjihoii F.uiiuttl Burton of Plato visited relatives here last week.- - Unci. Dave Noe is visiting ruhtives in Knox county. Dave Clark win-il- l this pirt recently siittUi ( hat.(L with the boys I lliirk they are couvinotl that, "It's Dave's nine." la-i- BROMO "And See If You Can Find Thai Wa. Pistol I Used to Have 8on of a Gun, They Called It." said. "And see If you can llnd that pistol I useil to linn That Son of a Oini, tliey called It. ought to rnte a InUBh, 1l10n I arrest the murdarer with It." water-MiuI- s a Colds fic Headache Black-Draught Black-Draug- a a a a a There was services at Friend ship Sunday conducted liy Rev also singing in the UR Mrs. J. N. Urown afternoon. bought a nvirctroni Virgil Droyle v. K, Anderson lias for 75 setiously ill of a cotup.ica-tio- n been of diseases but is improving Mrs A. C. Sowdor is ilsiting the luniily cf her brother Will Mr. and Mr. (lentry at Spiio children of K JI. Hrown and and Mr. and Mrs. Swan-ni- e Ottawa Prico of Livingston attended church at friendship Sunday. Mrs. Hon Thompson and sou J iuio are visiting io Indiana this Miss Mirgorcl Mulhn week who has been tu ichodfttt liena for some lime is spending vacaMr and tion with home folks. Mrs. Kugctie McWilliains anil children spont tho day bundii) with the lainih or Win. II Mr. and Mrs. W. Urcwn. Djbord wtro in Mrodhuad last Mr. and Mrs. T It. Tuesday. Mulhti were out from Livingston Sunday to see their nephew V It Mrs. Win Hurst Anderson. spent Suuduy with her daughter Hrouijhtoii ut Mrs. Mary A. Little Charles Walnut Grove LcuiiurJ Brown his neon sick.-Mu- skr Kcuni'.h Mullius is spending the week with his grandmother Mrs, M. K.. Price Miss ltlleu Gentry spent last week with her grandmother Mrs Ellen Urown. Homer Thompson died ut hi s homo last Friday or tuberculosis He had been in dicliiiiug health for suint. time hut was able to go to church on Sunday belore lie died. On Monday ho took worse and physicians were summoned but to no avail. I Liner ' was a Rood boy, always pleas int und had mauyfricids whi'ineurii his untiiiuly death, besides a wife Hid baby, a moth-- i r, four sisters and two brothers 'lho entire family have our sympathy. Funeral seivices wi'JO conducted by Rov. I). It Gcnirv at Providenco where ho I was laid I o rest. Miss Sally o Garage Rockcastle Ky. Mt. Vernon, My SHERIFF'S SALE virtue of execution No.iO In our family, "For years we have used and I have never found any medicine that could take its TWO. The 80 h.p. work ot Drumnxind thought of the tno K"ni rolh'd np cnrefully In his pnjanuio the harmless toy and the wicked little nutntnntle he Krlnncd uently lo The Blrl had not rmiK him up during the morning, and after a comfortable lunch ut his club, he had The started about three o'clock. hedges, fre-- h with the glory of Kprlnc, Unshed nast : the smell of the country iiuiie HMOt't iind frnrnnt on the nlr.JJJ s There jlb a centle wnrintli, n In the day that made It sooil to be alive, ami once or twice he sans under his breath through hheer of spirit. Surrounded by the peaceful beauty of the Ileitis, with an ocenslnnnl village half hidden by from under which the tiny givat houses peeped out. It seemed Impossible that crime could eM laugh able. Of course the thing was hoax, but l'lng not an elaborate guilty of any mental subterfuge. Hugh Pruminnnd admitted to himself quite truly that he didn't care n d n If It was. rhllls llpiitnn was at llborfj to continue the Jest, wherever and whenever she liked. I'hyllls ISentuu hlni-Feliiaini-Incstri-e- s 11 leg-pul- l, tnnile short the run to OodnlmhiB. As two-wat- a place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Staht cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills io prevent them from developing into serious troubles. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "U isj)ne of "the best medicines 1 ever saw for a coldanH heatiacne. 1 don't know what we would do in our It lias saved us many family if it wasn't for I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend ' never without it." At all druggists. g a a a a 1 ... Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht f Accept No Imitations Ml BBBBBBBBBDBBBlBBBBBBBBaBBOIl WHY SUFI-'KFROM RHUUMATISM Doyiu know that nine out o' eveiy ten easts ol rheniua'isn aru simply liumriilirii of lit, muscles or colonic rhouumlisu neither of which rccjuiie anys m tei nnl t teat uieut? The piiu in. be nlued by applying Cliainbei which makes lain,s I.iiiiiiient, sleep mid rest pissible, and that certaiuiv means a nie.it d id to any nneuffhcti'd uith rheumatism Judgo Sam Collins, of piouiino.it in pjlities in Western Keniucty since ho nud that was about jeaisugo, hits been appointed federal .Prohibition Dinctor to succeed I'aul M. Williams, .lulge Collins hasl.ecn a ill y man, he was dry as County Judge ol Letcher county; he has .stood for tho adoption of dry pl.itfi mis by his p.'iJty, and he ought t( nuke a good prohibition director, if let alone by tlio politic mis. The Intirior Jturnal wishei the new director wvll and Imp s that he will use the immens office to sutjiresf powo-ofli- is those illegal ieatures of the liquor traffic in Kentucky which comu properly under the direction urn' control ot his ilHco, He will have to deal with permits to persons to handle or to preset ibe intoxicating liquors. I'he powei to Lsuo such permits cuuie-witit, of course, tho po.ver U revoke tho same and on proof in charges mudii by iiispsjtors thai the law has been violated hu mil) icvoko such permits. Judge Collins brings to his office tho enthusiasm ofaoung uiuii and n good reputation madi by fotrltss onforcoment of Unlaw as it came within his pro vinco as county judgo ' Tho 1 n tenor Journal wishes him success In his new'offico and as good k roputntiou when he leaves as when he assumes its duties. WhiU'f--burg,- , was a very nlcd girl, and ery nice girls aie permitted h lot of latitude. A perMstent honking behind moused hlni from his reerle, and he palled Into the side of the road. people on hoard, drew leel, with and he looked up as It passed. There were three people In the back two men and a woman, and for a moment his ejes met those of the man neatest hlni. Then they Tlrew ahead, and Drummond pulled up to aold the thick cloud nf lut. With a slight frown he slnie.l at the ictreatlng ear; he mw the 111.111 lean over and speak to the other mtiii ; he saw the other man look in oiinil. Then a bend In the road hid them fiom sight, and Mill frowning. Driiiiiiimiid pulled out his case mid Kor the man whose lit a ilgarelte. ee he had caught as tho Kollx went by was Henry Laklngton. Thelfc u ciilel 110 mistaking that face. the I'li'sunmbly, thought Hugh, otlier two iKCtipnnls weie Mr. I'eli-i-- . hod ami the doubtful daughter, Irmu; lreunubly they weieretuinlugloTlie ' Kim. And lu(bleiitall. Iheie 110 prouoiimed leasiui why the) ' shouldn't. Hut, somehow, the sudden npieuriiU(o or Laklnglon nan upu him; ho felt In liable and iiuno.xul. Wlmt little he hud seen of the lu.m it want he hud not liked; he HI to he lemluded of him, especially just us hu was tldnklng of I'hjlllx. lie watelied the while rise out the hill In front as the ear topped it; lie watt lied It selllt- - and drift uwny In the lalnl bnve. Tlieii he let lu his dultji mid lolloweil quite slowly lu the big cnr'n wake. There hnd been two men In front the diiier and aiiuiher, uud he wondered Idly If the luller wuk Mr, lien-toHe accclerutetl up the bill uud swung over the top; the next he braked bard and pulled up Just In time. The Ilolln, wltu the ehauffenr peering Into the bonnet, had stopped In such u portion that It was Impossible for him to get by. The girl was still seated In the back ofwtlie ear, ulso the passenger In fiont. but (lie two other men weie standing in the rouduppuieully watching the chauffeur, and ufter u while the one whom Druuimond had as Luklngton cauio toward hlni. "I'm sorry," he began uud then paused in surprise. "Why, surely U' Cuptulu Druunuoml !" lurd-llppet- l. dilst-eloureco,'-ulzed it An open crcam-coloie- Ilolls-ltoyc- e tu Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinncti) 3 directed to tne, which issued rom the Clerk's office of the Ho. Isoas'lo Circuit Court, in favor of 'lie Malum Company against J. . I'uul),l, or one ( I nry deputits .vi'l on the 27 diy of June Ig'Jt jetneeii tho hours of iO o'clock a 'ii. and 2 o'clock p in at tho front loor of tho Court Houe in Mt. Vernon Rockcastle County, Ky. at public sale to the hij,h-s- t bidder tho following property or so much as may be necessary o satisfy the utnouurot Plaintiff's lebt, interest and cost), to wit: I'lio one seventh undivided interest of the deiunJaut, J. D. Lamb, in the following describof land,. located ed tract about three ipiarteisof a mile IP rih of Mt. Vernon, in Rockcas Ho County, Ky., and bounded as follows: On tho north by the lands of William Bryant and the Nelson heirs-- , On the east by the lands of Alfred Hrynut, On the south by the lands of T. J. Nicely and tho L & N. R. K. Co's Riht of Way, On the we-j- t by the lands of Sam Mullins, U. G. Baker and John French's, heirs, and containing fiJty acres more or less The nbovo land is in eight tracts. For boundaries see Deed Book 4i, "page 0- - L', in Hock-castCounty Court Clerk's off. , ice. Total amount to bo made Levied upon as the $ lys-property of J. 1). Ivuub. Terms: Sule will be made on a credit of three months; bond with iif proved security lcquired healing interest at tho rate of six percent, frmi day of Mile, and having the force and effect of ii judgement. ThjsOth day otj uuo i92t h; NOTICE Rockcastle Fiscal Court. April Term, April 5th J92J . 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 away, 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 and cut 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 J 92 J. Failure to comply with" this order is sub-le- ct to a penalty of not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars. Chas. F. Bradbury County Road Engineer One Measure of a Mi June 4th to July 9 th Stahzas iKtucuut mmu SitunUr, June 4lh Tip Linglord, Shoiitf By It. L. Skid more R. C. Abififg To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His U.S. ctirsnu siuij Sturdr. Jua 4U uioNii tuir SttunUr. Job 1 Mh omcKSur UBOIKI SalunUr, Jua mito lit of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Those who visit "Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. The 'unusually high class I'ricohns returned toLivirghton Little Jessie MuMns 1ms been sick fur a few uavs. Mr. and .Mrs w.j. uoDoru navo return ed from a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wndo Itiowu in McAlest(r Oklahoma. WANTED Sulesinen for 6,ooo tnilo guaranteed tires. Salary $100.00 weekly with extra commissions. COWAN TIRK & RUBBER CO. Uox78l, Chicago, Illinois. h fff& Southern Optical Company Incorporated Bank Account The mnn who eonsiste.itly nud regularly ndils" io liis sayings invites confidence, Tha frugal and tlnilty man IliuLs ir ready extension of credit wliun ho needs it. Kvoryono should snvo n portion of hia earnings. Wo extend to you flio ndvantago of our banking facilities, which will nmko saving easier. Wo pay interest on time deposits. IMDiCir Sturdr. uiom Jims IMk Spectacles and Eye Classes Kruptok mm IttB ZM SaluiJar, Jua (Invltable bifocal lent) SlurJr. Jaa Salurdar. tilt HUH UMltlr uiixu cut Mr Xa4 Til 1J HOME OF THK SOUL lu olden tiiiKs, it was believed tiiat tho seat of tho soulv was the y Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT. BANK OF MT. VERNON T. ciKtmwii Tiortr Satardar. Jul ZaJ MoiruwiuE tiHicir MoaJar, Mr 4lk Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated . . limit ICMf KUDIC1P SalarJan Mr 9U Latonia, Ky., Course Oliildron Cry' FUR FLETCttEaS ASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR stomach, most-likelfor tho rea son that a man ii never so com Interior Journal pletely used up as when his atom Tho Signal joins iu wishing bcIi is out ol otilor. for too euro Judgo Collins success. of ordinary stomach troubles, there is nothing quite so prompt and sat isfaclory as Clmnborlaln.s Tablets. They slreRthuu tho stoin Mon.r back without guettlon ucli and euable in to preform its U HUNT'S Salv. fall. In lh. tr.atmtnt ol ITCH. ECZKMA. lunctious naturally. Glvo thorn u RINOWORM, TBTTER of othtr ItcblDs skin dlicaci. trial . They only cost a quarter Try a 79 cut bo at our llsk. Sold by.PlONEER DUUU STORE Louisville, Ky. i. Niceloy, W. President. . Richards, Cashier. L-- AGENTS WANTED SWtCT POTATO PLANTS Port Rico and Nancy Halls, fine We uunt u lady or ueiitlciiiun Hgent for China Boar. Wi'l muke 1921 sea tli genuine J, U. Wutkliu l'rodiuu In ilt. plants. 200 for $1.00; 500 $1.75,1 ami oilier vacant Iuhiii. A Wg Oj. 1 000 $2. 75, by mail postpaid . Express son nt It. N. Purcell's fanner 3 liorlunlty furuny liutllrr. Write IoJ.iv fur colleil $2.00 per M Tomato pUnU miles from Mt, Vernon. $1.50 at """ iupiouiiii frm jmrtli-uiaruf uur ou- - same prlec Plant circular free. ilirful ulltr. J, It. U'ulkln. Co., W lltm. .. FRUITVAIC NURSERIES megute. 32 3t. ii.u. tuu. Albany, Alabama Thoroughbred Notice large type l'oland f -- ' i. t- -