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Mount Vernon signal: August 5, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921080501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 5, 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. : v i rtih Ur Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways JL Home of Booneway Ililflf No 41 vrmm " FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Established 1887 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky! Friday Afternoon, August 5, 192 1 Si ds CcntrallyXocated etweert .HIM-- .' ' - H Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville Price $1.50 PCR YEAR IN ADVANCE W SM .. v si lib I DEMOCRATS Not Allowed Sub-Sec. To Vote A '1 Picture-and-Wor- In Primary, August 6th, 1921 19, Par. I55O, Kentucky Statutes, gives the qualification of voters in the Primary election as follows: a oorson shall qualified to vote in the Primurv election lie shall possess all the qualifications now prescribed by the Constitution nnd ns are now required of voters in tegular election. Every porson of the United States of the age of al years, who has resided in the. state one year and in the coLnty, six months and the precinct in which he offers to vote sixty day next preceding the election shall bo a voter in said precinct and not elsewhere. i Lesson for You Just look at this suit 'of clothes shown at the left. Ho shall, in addition to said qualifications, UK A MEMBKR OP THE PARTY TOR WHOSIi NOMINEES HE INTENDS TO CAST HIS VOTE, AND SHALL HAVE AFl'fL-IATEWITH SAID PARTY AND SUPPORTED ITS NOMINEES and no persons shall be deemed to have nftlllnted with the party in whoso primary lie seeks to cast his vote.'if ho voted against the nominee or nominoos of such parties at the last general election. baid qualifi cations shall bo doteruined as of tho date of the Primary, without regard to the qualifications or disqualifications as they may exist at tho succeeding 'cgulur election. D Isn't this the way you like to have clothes look when you are wearing them? The qualifications above described shall apply to candidates and voters alike. ' Scientific tailoring has made it possible for every man to get correct fit and entire satisfaction with the celection of Clothcraft t .ufi' " Clothes. . " PENALTY Any voter making a false, statement as to any of his qualifications shall bo Pknautv: liable to indictment und couvicticion for false swearing. Any judge of an cloction knowingly receiving u vole of any elector xho is not qunlificil, as provided in this Act. hall be guilty of a misdemeanor and ujxm conviction shall be fined $100. for each offenso and any por-- . on so voting.knowing that ho is not qualified as provided in this Act, shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction will bo fined $i00. for each offense, the fine in vnch case to bo rocovero-- upon information or indictment in any court having jurisdiction. 1 y 'R I mm .. y denv it. This is all, would requiro to prove him unfit for tho office of Circuit Judgo. Mr Brown is doiug the distiict a real service by exposing the Tho conduct ot H. C. Kennedy in connection with the Jordan true nature of this man Kennedy McBeath land case is so thuroui(hlyout of harmony with correct and Kepublioans, come to Somerset honest denling that it at o'neo brands him as absolutely unlit for on the- 30th or July (next Satur-dnyand hear Drown expose the public office of any sort, in lull less the hiijh otrhe of Circuit Judge He, as the evidence in tbU rocord shows , went to the humble home true lite of H. C Oennedy. Ho of this old colored man, sevon or eight miles from Moiuicello, and knows all and will tell it procured the signature of hTmself and wife to a deed which conveyby pretond-in- g ed their little home and farm of 71 acres to Kenn-dto them that the deed- was a mortgage Tho consideration that, Mr. John B. Price who has been passed was $30.31, and, to tho surprise of nil, ho tried to take the working Harlan fo several farm from the old darkies, and tfio case finally landed In the Court weeks was oil Hod homo last week ot Appeals, where the coirt of last resort held that it would bo on account of ttie sorious illness unjust to allow this transaction to stand. All the proof of Mrs. price. M r. and Mrs. Jop in ibe casu showed thec tho farm was worth $500 00 or $600.00. Note McClureot Pongoaro with frifr.ds what the attorneys of these colored folks hud to suy in their legal arc! re!a tives at this place. Mrs. urKuement before tho Court of Appeals in this case: Clara Carmical spent Monday with "We now ask you, Judgo Konnedv, to explain to this court why with Mrs. J. B. Uuminins, at Mt. you went there alone, took tho acknowledgment yourselr as Notary Vernon Mr. and Mrs Charlie Public? When if you did not intended to put one over on those old Sliuphurd spent Sunday with Mr, darkles, wty dkl you not tku some Clerk or Notary with you, and and Mrs. Bingham Shepherd, let him explain the nature and effect of these papors? Does not his near Rcnfroo. Iloinor Carmical McUi-atand his went o Danville conduct in refusing to answer the letters of Honry Saturday. Mrs. evasive answer of Decombor 17th, only nine days the six Annie Sexton and children of moolhs for redemption expire, and, the fact tint he hist;ned to Spiro spent last week with friends father-in-la- w convey the land of his after Deeember 26 and relatives at this place. Wo ioi2, all argue strongly the reason wuy. he went there by hi in self havo been having some good shoand took this acknowledgment? wers in this part und crops are Judgo Kennedy is a lawyer. Wo charge he knew that for looking well. Mr. und Mrs. Win, him to take the acknowledgment of those old people to a deed to Robins attended tho fifthunday himself was an unusual thing and would create at ltfast a suspicion meeting at Urindlo Ridge, Sunday that something was wrong. Then why if this transaction w.is to bo Mrs. Tom Livesay, of .Wabd, fully understood by these Md ignorant darkU, did you not get some spent from Friday to Sunday with qno to accompany you, and if not take the acknowledgment for you Mr. and Mrs. W,m. Livesay nt then bu'ablo to bear yon witnesses than you had fairly und fully ex- tills place Mr. John Kirby plained tho transaction to thirar" Somerset Commonwealth. spout Sunday with his sister Mrs. Ella Mink, at Hansford. Shirley the living expenses of tho Judge, Carmical .spent Saturday night Sunday with land it is to tho evcrlustiqg credit and and Mrs. W. his grandparents Mr A Cummins at of him that he has not grown Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs Toe rich in office what would havo Hiues spent Katnrdav night with indicated that ho had otlior in- Mr, aud Mrs. Pleas. Debord at Mt. comes than the salary of tho oflice Vernon, and attended church nt Brlndle Ridge. Mrs. John Kir But Kennedy would do most un by and Cleo spent Sunday with Hon. J. Austin Drown, in his thing to make money. I know Mrs Wra. Sowder, at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Ambrose Hasty and Bpeeoh at WilmOt's Chapel In what 1 am talking about. lie werti about protonding ',0 represent, chlldien spent Sunday with Mrs. ltockcastle said in part: Wm. Sowder. and preach Christ and Him CruI don't presume you havo years, and be Maretburg Lltorary Society ever beard of much of jthe terpe-tud- cified for sevoral connected with tho life and cause he thought tbero was ruorj will put on their first program on high and Friday evening, the 5th. Those on history of Judjre Kennedy, and money in it, ho quit tuo Minister" of the Program Commltteo aro Heryou should know all that it sacred balling of a yet Is possible for you to know about the Gospel, and opeuod up the bert Owons. Thomas Sums and him huforo you cist your vote ot most disreputuble Baloou tbut Chester Owens. Tho secretary is ever disgraced any town, light Clarice Sams, with Uertrudo the cotnlug primary election. Houston as president. This man would do most any- in Monticello, Ky., and ran it We aro hoping to soo all the for several years o the terror of thing iu tho.wqrla to make monpuronts out, as their co- - operation the good citizens ol that town, ou Judgo Bethur-urey. Ha jumps This was made known six a neoded very much. , becauao ho is a t poo man,t years ago during the raco for School is progressing nicely, forand his not accumulated a . aud Kennedy utd with a largo attoudauce. tune while Circuit Judgo, Tho Circuit Judge, Anna M, Houston, Teacher, attempt to deny it. He cut gilary of the offico tneroly meets not most-people " McBeath Case .'... ) If nim .'... -- Let us show you how well 1 itfc Ml I vuu wm iook in a'one or r- - ...&. Sutton & McBee CLOTHCRAFT TH& y, HOPEWELL 111 Mt. Vernon, Ky. Clothfs " I THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN OUR TOWN that a tent full nf pooplo will witness it. The prices aro 20c for childien und 35c jor adults war tax Included llillv Ratio, the clevi V e JUDGE FIJPPIN Airplane COMMONWEALTH'S iIvuiilc mini, ulaiiiiK he ATTORNEY Vindicates Judge Bethurum 1 Hon.J.Austin Brown has iho best tent show on, the road am) n liuiiibvr of those who saw the performance lust nitht are inclined to Hie belief The Alt. Vdrnon Fnir Associa. that ho has Intorior Jourint. tlon lias just clcsed a deal with h I). Conn of Stanford toscrd his aeroplane to tho Mt. Vornon Fuirl A now Uubbnr Tiro RAMXIJII for tho three days. Lieut. Coates Buggy can be used by uiotlauv .. .i 01 Kicnmonu will bo me pilot und oiid anywhere. Somebody gets will carrv passenuers each day. If nno FlilW at the Alt. VJMNON vou have novor been ut) in tho air FAIR, next wcok. J at Fair ..... o n como to the Mt. Vernon Fair and havo been Oointnou wealth's Attorrtoy for this district for tako a rido with Lieut. Coates 111 the pas' five nntl n Imlf years, and as sUult havo conducted tho thouir. trial of all cnininal cases for the CowmbflwWlth iu the Circuit Court. I havo tried theio cases of coVrsc 'lief ore Judge liethup Stock 11 111 as tho Judge, 1 think Iknov wron a fair trial of a case is given, and in justico to Judgo Jietuurtini, whoso record is Tho llofiier-Vins- on Stock l'o , attacked, 1 must siiy that ho has impressed "inq throughout my which is playing a wook's term as Attorney for tho Commonwealth, jib being porfectly in tlioir big tent on fair and impartial and dosiring to soo thq law enforced in ovoy Uurdotte McKeuzies lot on Lin-caststreet, gave their iuithl wiso, As Couimonwealth'H Attornoy-- aii bound to say that Judgo Bothiiruin has giv-ome fair treatment, I am familiar performance last night ton hi n I.I hT..4 .w ...I I lie ":.! If,. with tho criticism being olfored in tho fflreeii and Mizo cases itunitt 1111.. VIII I1U IV Ulllll lKI, Buy" was tho offering and It was and I kuow that thoro is no merit in tu4o contentions. Tho vory cleverly presented. Judgo gave tho usual instructions in botl of those cases, and Hofner aud Miss Ileatrico James LoJoy tho juries heard and disposed of tho casaal which thoy had thoy leading man nnd lady, arc exceppower to do. without intorfereuco of tlio; Jiidgo, tionally good, and their support for the most part Is satisfactory. Tho specialties given botweon ng ucts are mid clover. Tho bill for tonight, Tues''Leua Rivers," y Ojnu)uvjjtltb AWaV. 23 District . day, isplay, aud it is u very pretty probibh tlit Company llSTRIKEi I J u W.N.iLin langb-provolci- FlavorTn . sealed in by ioastind iWHUrfaw-Wtort-i. V " . r , rf MT. VERNON SIGNAL MOUNT VKKN'ON, KY entered nt Ihe Ml Vernon, Kjr. FRIDAY. AUU. 5 1921 (ito'Ec uintt .inttrr. Published every Friday by A. B. MILLKR Kor Jailor ANNOUNCEMENT ttitiji-c-t Wo are nuthorUcd tu atitioutiee tu tin' action of tbe Kopubliuitu I'm l) Ht nuxt August I'rlniar). Kor Circuit Judge. II. Mrs. KLLliN I'ltlCH W M. McNKW, WILLIAM ARNOLD Jr. WAIHJ II LIVKSAY LSOM II. SAYLOR. J. BKTIHIKIM II. C. KCNNliDV. For Circuit Court Clerk. T. J, HALL W. T. (HILL) UA VIS, JOHNNY Cl.ONT?. M. MILLKR LILTLE TOM TAVLOH JOHN C. HOWARD For.ManUtrntu 1st District. MONROE V. li. SItiMOM. JlibSK M. DHIiORI) For County Comt Cleik. K. J. McKINNUV, EARI.K PHII.LII'S, W. A. CROMLK MRS. LliLIA MAY COOl'KR T. J. MCELKY Couatv Judge For Madistratu ami District. HARRISON C. KIRUY I. W. BULLOCK John v. maulor ManUtr.no 4th District DKI.LAUD V. COTTON, I). MUI.I.IXS, I For Magistrate Sth District. FitiiKMA.v Kirrno.v FF UOUUINS, Fur Constable 4tL District, JOHN C. KELLY, For Tax Commlssloneo llICHAHD lljtANAJlA.N" li:k wahd b. i BOWMAN CAM MULLINri JOHN P. PIGG, Representative Slst District. W.M.COTTON C( INSTABLE 4tli DISTRICT J. For Sheriff jtrs. JOHN'.KEN.NER K. L. LA.NGFOKD II. BAKER Constable OtU District For Representative CHAS. A. CHANDLER of London Slst Legislative District D. G. CLARK RF.V. W.M. M. DURHAM For Surveyor dry officers to enforce the law Brodhead Ky. for the next four years, in tht Aug.3 :6zl circuit, in tho county, and tht To the Editor Mt. Vernon Signal magisterial courts, the dry and Dear Editor: Knowing you us I do, and be- good citizens must INTELLIing a citizen of Rockcastle Co. GENTLY CAST MORE BAL and a non polition and having LOTS THAN THE WETS, Now the field is full of candimuu good Republican friends both men and women to whom I dates, aud the republicans havt have preached for years, many of many to choose from and you will whom I believe will have enough be responsible for the execution confidence to stop and listen to of the law in making this county say. And ia tho first place 1 what it ought to be, therefore as want to say, that I know this your friend I am writing this county must and will have a re. article to ask you as good citizen miblican for the next few vears. I ar tnnsuan inarms; wre us, and I want to say, that as I seeUet together, If we are to havt "' it our county is now in u deplor-(- " able condition as regards the vio I SAME OLD STORY BUT A lation of law. Not only Rock GOOD ONE. castle county but all eastern Mrs. Mahjjla Burns, Savanna, Kentucky, in manufacturing and Mo., relates' un expeneuco, tht moonshiningAlcohlic liquors. It is like of which lias happened in alreported that it is being made in most every neighborhood in this every neighborhood in this conntry, and has been told ana county, and it is not only a rumor related by thousands of others, but Is is a fact, they have stolen as follows: "I used a bottle ol almost every bartell and large Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrkettle that has been lift out in hoea Remedy about nine years the vard, and outbuilding, from ago and it cured mo of flux (dy. Gum Sulphur, to the section sentery). I had anothnr attack house above Brodhead. And of tbe same complaint tbreo or it is getting worse every day four years ago ana a few doses And what is true in this part of of this remedy cured me. I have Rockcastle is more true in the recommended ithto dozens of eastern part. And I mako this ap- people since I first used it and peal to every minister of the shall continue to do so for I know gospel and christians, and good jit is a quick and positive cure citizens, both men ana women, lor bowel troubles ' W. TIRES FABRICS AND CORDS you happen to be Mr. Car Owner, the tire question is probably a source of serious concern this particular 'season. WHETHER Unless, of course, you have come to the same conclusion as we have-t- hat the G & J Tire, with its 29 years' successful history and consistently satisfactory service, has more of a repU' tation to keep than any other. CASS'S GARAGE iug.iftd health for tht first time iu thirty years and 1 Jfivi Tunlac tho entire credit," '(nstipationmjdDiarr said Professor C. J. Iludloug, nmt and highly rcsopecteu TsSOP3u:LI citigen of Mandator, N. H. Ffflr living at .2 School street, ".. ... m.. .(arret z. h.EJ"From tho time I was a boy 1 CS. ?""" uud eat a meal couldn't sit down without being in ini-eafterwards from Indigestion. During all those years I was af llicted with rheumatism, too. It was all over un Ixnly, but especially bad iu my tect and Ugs and Exact Copy of Wrapper. THt CIMTIUX COMMNT Nf W fomm, CITT. at times I couldn't get front tnj bed to my chair without lielp, 1 was almbst a nervous reck from all these years of MilTiiitg mal Cour.s;. Ho is fast demonstr. . C Davis, secretary. Calvary Class and cutild not half do my worl . ating h s lility as a teacher '.and f hoped for nothing more than Splendid Results character is a Christian gentletemporary biiiefit from Tatiiac, Kentucky as I believed it impossible lor an, The men's Itiblo Class, of the man, wiiicltis being appreciated medicine to give me entire relief, Memorial Convention 'Calvary it.iptist Church, Alcoa, is and emloiscd by many men in neighborhood, as evidenced but tins is exactly what Tanluc Kentucky liapti.st Memorial constantly growing under the lea- this has done. dership mid teaching of Mr. H. II by their attendance. Sunday soi vices will be held Sunday, (Jet. ''For the first time since 1 can 1, 1U2I, on the Ko'uiiK, ition Groti Hillard. Inteic.st is spreading School meets at 9'.,jo every Suu-damorning. All aro welcome. remember I eat anything I wain nds of the first liaptist Cliuicb throughout the city and it is preMurray villa Times. aud digest it without trouble. 1 erected in Iventucky, known as dicted bv those in close touch with haveu.'t an ache or pain and hni Old Gilberts Creek Church, orga the class that in the near future Louisville IC . has the, largest put .on eighteen poonds iu weight. nized by Lewis Craig aud others this will be one of, if not the most .soap factory south of tho Ohio I just feel good all over aud enjo powerful classes for good and God rier. from old Virginia. Havlife as I never did before. This place is II miles from Luii; within the bounds of the Chilho-weCARD OF THANKS ing put Tanlac to the test I do caster, Gat rail County. Ky. on the Association. We wish to thank our friends i the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike. Mr. Hillard isoneof tho few teach not hesitate to say that it for their kindness shown during derstandaud be better preparet greatest medicine of the age foi A pioram will be rendered, be crs in tins .section who holds the to see the importance of wutchini stomach trouble and rheumatism." Cold Seal Certificate of the South- the illness aud death of our husginiug al 10:00 a.m., by some of by considering that there it TanWo is sold in Mt. Vernon bj tlie ablest men of Kentucky, ern Itjptlst Sunday School Nor-- band and father. Mrs. Celia Welch and children. something in every lutter of tht Chas tJtDavis, in Brodhead by livery body W Invited to come and word WATCH that is prudem the iJrkiitad Pharmacy; and in bring .1 basket of dinner. and profitable for us to watch Livinghluti oy R. U Webb; in FCR FLETCHER'S livaugclist Geo. Childress. Advertise in Signal The first letter is 'W", and wi Burr by W. M.Owens. Chairman. may take this to repret words. Wo should carefully watch oui words, stop and listen to wha the candidates aro promising tin whiskey eleuisnt or people, foi by their wurds tuev will be justi-tieor by their woids thoy will be condemned. The next lettti is "A" which stands for actions. for what we do, it is evident oui actions must be watched as well as our worus: Watch how the act as they go from place to plact l'he next letter is "T" which in dicates thought. We should watci, our thoughts, for ''As a mat thinketh in his heart so is he. Aud from the abundance of the Hcffner and Beatrice LeRoy-Favorite- s heart of these who want youi I of Kentucky vote you will hear them talking. C" is the next letter which means to watch your company, 1 beleivu I ca.i tell a man by tht company bo keeps. When you see cand'dates keeping compauj h'reo l'roin All Ohjectionablo Features ai d Hndorsed by tho with the company bootleggei Pi lplt and Press. and associating with that class o men tutu from them. A man that will and does get drunk is n"t fit for any office uud no g.uil cu.iUi sUuuiu voce tor sucn weu, how cun you expect your officers to prosocuie nnv man for what he ij uoing biu.jk.if! We cannot af KNTIUK CHANGE OP PROGRAM IiCII KVlvXING ford to associate iu the court ALL NEW PLAV house this class of men. Let us LARGER AND HKTTElt THAN IJVER company we keep for Watcli the jami-BEATRICE LuROY hi:kfni;r thousand liavu bed' ruined by the companay thoy keep. " For Evil communication corrupt good manners. " Choose the compauy When Accompanied by Gentleman or Lady With One of tho wise, tho pure, aud the "TEIIJ FATAL WADDING' you. Paid Admijsion good, and it will stay with " THE MAID AND THE MAN" And shun the liquor class. "THE HILLS OF TENNESSE" The last is "11" and stauds for "TEMPEST AND SUNSHINE" man heart or hearts. Tho wiso "THE LIGHTHOUSE GIRL" says: Keep thy heart with all Diamond Ring Given Awiy FREE to the'lVtost "I'RINOESS OF PATCHIic." Popular lady diligence, lor out ot it aro ttiq Attending Our Show During the Week igsues ol tile, Aim jesus says, "DOWN ON THE FARM" " Blessed tire tho pure in heart. ' "THK COLLEGE COWBOYS" With ull diligenco watch tho "LENA RIVERo" Doors open at 7'30 Show Starts at coming primary and see that 800 AND MANY OTHRRS t but high toned gentkuueja uoiio LISTEN FOR OUR WONDERFUL MUSICAL BELLS foi and ladles aro nominated COME TIlC flRST NIGHT AND YOU WILL COME THE REST office from tho highest to tDc lowest. 'S Respectfully your trieud, Vernon, Admission: Children 20c, A. J. PIKE a o watch. Jesus said, wntcli "And what I say unto you I say unto all, watch." Mink ij.!(7 Among the many profitable and practical lessons taught by our Lord, to insure corioct living, aud to guard us against failure, and to promote right living and spirit ujlly, w.ileiiing occupies a promt ucnl and usL'full place; for with' out watching wo wil! stray from tho tutli ot teclittulu and right, to tail to which now in tins pri itiary election, will mean to lei the eneiti) in upou us. The ism ior taught watching usu uulvers-a- l obligation, as His language it " what I say unto you I say un. U all, WulcU. To better compre hend this utmeiMil duty, let tu consider the two diteutious ii which we all should watcb. b'itst the cuuiiiig of a ftiecd, uuu second uio approach ot in enemy. Tlio law has been givoi to us aud our children as a irienc and it niu-- be cxicutod to protect us iu our liuiiics, inuur clnitcaui our schools, uud couutry. flu while we have this friend, w. have also a cunning, crafty, mail giiaiueueui, who ia sueKiuy oui destruction who is now going ty and down the country, as a roaring lion, seeking whom he maj devour. His name is Satin, tht Deil, the Tempter, etc. as tin poet says; " Satan with maliciou art, watches each ungarded par in a way a thousand snares, lie it catch us unawares, " This Satanic Devil has rosaddled tho steec tnat Uncle Sam put out of com mission, and through certah agents tide back into Rockaistl. county by putting certain inei in office who will not execute tu will of our peoples law. Now dear people in tho name of al that is dear to our child reu, le. us watcli against all the advance: of this malicious enemy. Jesu: has said connection with a ptirtOi our text; " But know this that ii the good men had known in "that watch the thoif would come, hi would have watched and wouk not have sulfated ms house to bt broken up," Again wo may un Bible School Convention The Hi bio lk'1.1 itj-it- feoluol Convention - i Hill at Cnristliin .'iiiuvli, this county, last .Sun iv. 'vis u great success, with in attendance i i.ii'gtf (ia u.i.-I r HfiwrcTlu'ulHwfcg CASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. ti'om 1. lo 'il u 'uli inrhooit mid iijinl ii ti '.sent ftoin i );HiQiy lt. VVr.iiiu, Stittfonl and other 1 I'RO;" C. J. BUDtONo, Mdiuhcstcr, N. M. "lam woll-knmv- ry iieaiviti places T'1U Convention was t: tiled to order by Pros. W. 11. Fish. Promptly mi tho stated time ihe prelum was t.tkcii up. Uov. .M. Li. I'ish conducted the devotional exercises, after which tuo Roiii Hill choir turiiished music which was Mime splendid t) all present uticii uppi I'iidopo ii.i,; u.liii't'hs was uimlu oy Miss Dussie Nieeli-y- , . subject "Tliu Ihble School and tins Child" Uieii tollowed C. C. Ui.'ii ia tliu subject of tlio how and wh ol in clutrcii and bible soliool work. Sup.. Neal I. Mctto.vau, ot Louisville, present ed hts new plans for our future convention worft which wetc un Mr. Hiltoi uiiiuousiy adopted. I.ou:siii)t , of our Orphvis Ilti-uild soate oiMiitltui .stories atioui tlteiuiiiy children now iu Incite aud keep!!.,', and tli.mliec overvoue l.jr lueir help ui tin past iu niaifing the Home tin big success it is. An excellti.t dinner was servt.ii on the grntititN and a riug voti of thanks was o.Memkd to tht :ojd p.')ple of it tin Hill for their sjenerans spirit o' c ) oper ition. it nn adj iui net! us at -- ,30 ). m. 1 CASTORIA ' u Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria nniincjiCTiiJv"J' "'llffi r.UlHrtTEX Thcrcli'lVomoUiu neither 0M..nt.M;rp Mineral. I Always Bears the Signature of m In Use Over ' Thirty Years CASTORIA Has 1 Baptist y e 1 iJliJldren Ory ASTORIA d COMINGSpecial for Fair Week on Heffner-Vins- Stock Co. f'Si With James DRAMA, COMEDY & VAUDEVILLE Under BIG Waterproof TENT AT MT.VEIRNON ALL WEEK August 8 to 13 s SOME OF OUR PLAYS LADIES FREE FIRST NIGHT FREE DIAMOND RINQ LOCATION Mt. DR-LOVELL- LOT Ky. Hear Ihe famous Comedy Quartette WE ELL AND RECOMMEND. War Tax Included Adults 35c GtJ TUBE, In U3e ForOver - CASTORIA nt For Init and Children .' 61natucf U74 ft 30 Years Opening Bill Monday Night, .August8th, 'The Girl He Could Not Buy" " flEverything . foi-qUALI- iy 1 1 nothing tor show THAT'S OUR' IDEA in making the Quality Cigarette. Why, just buy Camels and look at the package I It's the best packing science has devised to keep cigarettes fresh 'and full flavored for your taste. Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the package and keep it air-tig- ht Rev. Ira M. Boswellof (loorgo-towKnntuclcy, spoke to a sjilen-dinitdioucc at thu Court House Monday night, 0:1 the Dixie rjlghwnv problem. Mr. Unwell is well remembered by the majority of our citizens n In was pistor of tfin'Clirist-iii- u Cliureh hero some 15; years mo. His triMsiou tlirougli tins t of thi Mate is to arouse more interest in the Dixie High- vi v tni vutnettt and to boost the ui".'iii'g of tlie Dixie Highway C iiimittec which is to be held I" Cincinnati, September 9II1 nnd Ho earnestly ph ad nth ly-- i. with us to send as many reprp- u ntattve, psorle ns possible In this meeting. Mr. B swell will speak on this subject in the diff.rent cities of tha south tlirti to the Gulf. HUT WEATHER DISEASE. Disorders of the bowels aro n CAUSKOP APPENDICITIS. When tho bowels are constipated, tho lower bowels or largo intestines become packed with refuse matter, that Is made up largely off germs. These germs entor the veriniforin appendix and sot up inflamation, which is commonly known as Hpptndlcitis Tablets Chamberlain's Take when needed and keep your bowels regular and yen have little to. fear from appendicitis. Mr. Gilbert Dailey,, son of the late II. 11. Daiioy of this touuty, and nephew of Mi C. W Dailey of thi plare, died Mi nday following an operation pe formed on him in Cincinnati ami was buried Wednesday in ilie Coffey burying ground, near Wildie. He is survived by his wife, who was a Miss Coffey of this county, and tvo lovely children, his mother and sovoral brothers. Mr. Dailey was in the jusuranco business at the time of bis death, located in Paris Ky Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Morris and little son William have re turned to their homo in Daton Ohio, aftor a pleasant visit with ftiends in Rockcastl. Miss Morois was formerly Miss RuthReppert one of Mt. Vernon's loveliest girls Mrs. Clifford Bryant, who has Mrs. H. been visiting her N. Liu matte, has returned to her home in Detroit, Mich. Livingston, Ky. Aug. 3 I92I. To the Signal, from the White-ake- r school, by Miss Myrtle Norton, teacher. We are getting along just tiue with bur school, having good attendance. All seem to bo interested and lull of pep. We want a lady or gentleman agent to handle city trade in Mt. Vernon and other vacant cities. This is a wonderful opportunity as you will bo retailing the genu ine J. R. Watkins Produots inclu ding WatkinsCocoanut Oil Sham poo, Garda Face Powder, I'ruit Drinks and over I37 other pro ducts. Write today for free sample and particulars. The J. R. Watkins Co., 67 Memphis, Tenn. si-t- er d The Occasion of "OCCASIONS M vt , And note this ! There's nothing flashy about the Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense that must come out of the quality of the tobacco. Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality, wins otf Mt. Vernon DAY AND NIGHT i" merit alone. Because, men sioke Camels who want the' taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly; blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels smooth, refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga- - extremely dangerous' particular I,v during tho hot Weather of the summer months , and in order to protect yourself and family aghinst a sudden attack, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Dianlioea Remedy. It can be depended upon. Many have tes tified o its excellence. Hunger, the Best Sauce. Sauce is used to create an app etite or relish for the food. The right way is to look to your di gestion When you have good digestion you re certain to relish our food Chamberlain's Tablets improve the digestion, create a healthy appetite and cause a gentle movement of the bowels Rev. John Mcmillan liaJ tho degree of Doctor of Divinity con- - FAIR NEXT WEEK AUG. 101112 JOIN HANDS With retty aftertaste. Camels are made for men who think for them selves. PC R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, amel Wiuton-Salom.' The Fair People As An feriod upon him by tho Univer-- s by of Colorado last week. Mr Mcmill.in was notified "ft his lion Exhibitor and Visitor This is the Fair To Go To YOU "WILL PEEL RIGHT WHEN ASKED or hv mail whil":itVJU(l 11 Prosy- - N. a --M Ojteri.iu ville, ion feienoe at Murray Tenn. IF YOU WENT MUs Viola Brook Iits return' d to her hotno in Vii'f,",tr nftrr a week. visit with Mr- - C. C DaSchedule Who nut tho price of (Jnsolino down to z.scts. Answer: Johnson Mt. Vernon, Ky, AurJ 5, 1921 vis and fanillv. Trains. '21 and 24 will stop at Mrs Anna Evans MilW wot in Motor C . Pino Hill to talco on passengers to attending a mei'tinc of Frankfort Tf !'. '"id not rt'on for Johnson and from Mt. Vornou Fair. the Kentucky Railroad CommUf Motor Co. what would we bo payLocals will also cary p'asson-ger- s Ion. Thursday. ing for (Jasolino today? between Mi. Vernon and Miss Hlmiclin Crawford. .7 ark Answer: 30ctc. Livingston, account Fair. Crawford nnd Bill Johnson motor-eiMMtV-AfUlMVIllt R.fl. CO. There will be nobody at hotno I to Richmond Sunday nnd re'oxt, Wednesday. Thnrsdny nnd turned Mondiiv. TIME TAHLK. Kriilay but the cat, Tehv arc all 2 north M's T. I Orifiin, Unlph nnd oing to Ute Mt. Vernon Fair 5.33 p m V. II. 2 uortb 0:1s a m r.illirtn Griffin and Mrs. MtsM-"- . Jess Povnter Martha lr al1 the renple in this 12:20 p m Miller motored ovt--r t.n Crab Or south lliirni'w mm Susio Thompson Mr.s rJ:l'2a tu p'unl Tue.-daKl douth eouti'rv were to turn out C 1) Suttrti aud Mr. C. C Kirt pwCkots, purses, hidden Jas. Landkdm, Aent. Miss Teds Bethurum, of Mt. lv motored to Mammoth Cave, stockings, buried cans, Phone No. 8. jiuost Saturday, returning Tuesday. Vernon, was the week-enand other containers of ol Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Jones. cash, how big a pile of Mrs. R. L Beasley, author of Interior Journal money do you think it "Virginia Rose" is visiting friends would make? Mr and Mrs I. B. McKenziejju Mt. Vernon this woelc Mr. and Mr. T. C. O'Marais home from and children motored over from MrsBeasley are expecting tolocate Lynch, Ky. Three Billion Dollars Stanford. Sunday, Thov wore in Oklahoma In the near future. Mullins is in Cincinnati accompanied by Miss Jo Davis. Luther is the estimatoof a fedRev. Neal K. McGowan. of this week on business. eral reserve bank oftieer. Mr. and Mrs. Bentley Spirits. Louisuille, preached a splondid Gentry is m Miss Viola Brock. Miss Edna DaMr.- - Meshaclr Almost half of all the Christian Ch urch sermon nt the home from Mitdisonville, I enn. money in Amorica outvis and Miss L!za Laugford motor- Sunday night. Subject, "ReMrs. O D. Bryant was in Liv- ed down to Livingston Monday ligious education." side the United States ingston botweeu trains Tuesday evening. Treasury, or an averago Thu Sand Hill church just clos- of $30 for every individJudge L. W. Bethurum was in Mrs. Zolinii Mulhnlland, of Cor-bi- Jed 11 most successful two weeks ual! Louisville, on business. Tuesday Ivv. is with her mother, Mrs revival, one of the best 111 the hisand Edgar Mull-- i Mahala Jones, who had. the O..T. Johnson tory of the church, with fifteen Willi such amounts seis aro in .Harlan, Ky. on busto run a nail in her foot additions. Rev. F. H. Hrlen. State cluded from productive iness Uiard Hviiugolist, did tho preachiTuesday morning. ngline, no wonder money Mrs J. W. Urowu spent the Mr. aad Mrs V B. Robinson has neen " tight " and Louis-vll- k groater put of last week in A tremtiulous treat in exhibits and baby. o Richmond Ind uro business deprived ot the Mr Robinson's motlior uVplivs, aud sensational ovents crtdit iitcdcd to sustain Mlsi Virginia Crawford retfirn-e- umlMr. R L Laugford, Mrs. is in s ore for von at the Mt ! Vernon Fuir Nixt Week. Don't .Monday from a visit tu RichRobinson's sister. mond, Ky. miss it. Mr. K. S. Aibiiirht went toCIn Chsii hidden or carried Miss Uliiucbo Crawford is visit cinnuli Friday and lirought baek not only is in constant ing relatives and 'fiends in Rich- n new model Oakland. Mrs. Al danger of loss or theft mond this wook. bright and MissLucilo weiitwith but also ei dangers tho Hie of tho owner It is inThe family of II. H" Wood of Mr. Albright as tar as Loxinuton convenient uud unsanitary Wildie, visited the family of U. T. and drove back with him Satuiday afternoon. Aches, pains, nervousness, diffami paying with cash is Johnson, Sunday. urinating, often mean iculty a risky way 110 record Mrs, Mary E Williams, Mm seriousin disorders. The world's of IndianapMr. Frank Miller, and no receipt. was the guest of Miss C. C. Williams, Mrs. Cloo Browr standard rejnedy for kidney, liver, olis Ind. the easy bladder and uric acid troubles , uud Miss Rlssio Williams motor Rlssio Williams last woelc. clean systematic way ed over to Crab Orchard, Sunday Mr. Morris A. Phillips and wife COLD MEDAL that gives you n perfect where Ihoy wore jolued by the are hero from Harlan, Ky lor a family of Mr. M. Williams, of Somrecord and recoipt as woll &BS visit with rolatlvos and t'tlends. us saving countless steps erset, and spent tho day. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Doty, of Safeguard your money Richmond, Ky. are tho uuosts of Macmillan and btlnf quick raltef and often ward oil in u checking account Rev. John deadly diseases. Known as the national Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Sparks this family returned to Louisville this remedy of Holland for moro than 2Q0 and you also help yourelios. years. All druggists, In tlirc week. week. Mt. Vernon has been Luok for til name Gol-- Md1 on self by helping to insure ton aad accept no imitation vir and tnoro thau clad to hnvo this prosperity uud " good Mr. and Mrs. W. II. times." son William drove over to Lex- splendid cnuplo aud their little Every woman in Kockcastlo uud ' ington Wednesday and roturnod ones with us, and hope that it adjoining counties should be at may, bo our good lortuno to have the Mt. Vernon Fair next WedThursday. THE thorn with us again in tho uuir nesday. Some woman on tho Mrs. W. A. Robins, of Btod wltn rel- - future. Mr. MacmilUn kindly grounds will be presented a new . head, and children were preached for us beveral times, stives and friends hero tho first notwithstanding he wts supposed SINGEI1 SF.WING MACHINE FRKF.. Get ready now. B of the week. bo restirg from his ministerRoy. H.T. Young motored ovct to ial labors, and his soimona wore Mon-day- , Serial "story is from Lexington on busines Brodhead Kentucky.. a dolighl to all who heard them. and brought' with him his omitted week, Httle daughtor Pauline, as tho FOR FLETCHER'S fcuo8t of Mrs. C. C. Davis and because of lack of space. I family. , SIGNAL , MT, V.EUNO N LOCALS CASTOHJA Fair Train INTERESTING TO YOUNG AND OLD You Will LEAVE tho Placo Amusements and Attractions Happier Than You Entered CLEAN AND PLHNTlf'UL It you are one of the d Use Checks Great Common Something EVERY DAY NEW Many Exhibits TO ADMIRE tl y. People VOTE FOU LIEUT. COATES The Human FLY WLLLFLYIN HIS AIRPLANE EVERY DAY AND WILL CARRY PASSENGERS HY THE BEST BANDS d PERSONALS J 1 1I111 F. I'iy y Jaz and Rag Time Tunes DO THE SENSIBLE THING Renew G Now show where you stand stand on this issue. Your friend, TI1H0 PIGG F.WES Lewis Simpson who lives on the Buckeye road, is the owner of GO PROLIFIC Acquaintance and Friendships vii-ltln- d pio-pci- SLOW DEATH two ewes that are wonders when one thinks of the word prolific. Last February thesi two ewes gave birth to two Iambs each and these woro sold last week at Sio a piece. On July 15th these same owes guve birtli to two more lambs each and all aro doing nicely. Kight lambs from two owes in fivo months is a record to shoot at Lancaster Record. TRADE MORAL to or Vrite tho Sucretary for I'rumium List or Other Information. . W. II. FISH Secretary . GEO. S. GRIFFIN President This is one of the Cars Manufactured best Trying to win a girl's love by taking her buggy riding is like aunt an attempt willysovERLAND Owens & Owens FOR See k to do business without advertising. The aunt enjoys the buggy rule, but it doesn't help your cause with the girl. The twiir merchant who wants to win the home folks' trade will win if ho plugs persistently through these columns. DEMONSTRATION Fi-s- E. B. OWENS. Livingston W.P.OWENS, Mt. Vernon The Children dry this CASTOR A. ReadtTheocSignalvs: I irfftPy 4P MAKE MORE MONEY Buy a Pure Bred Buck AT THE SECOND ShW RESULTS Good hard American dol lars siorr on the advertising tree. DHINO DOLLARS FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE Bouibon Stock Yard THIS PAfER GETS AD. RESULTS August 1 1th Louisville, Ky, 200 Pure Bred Buck and Ewei. 200OHigh Grade Ewe. A' lUk,fM,uia.V.ii.U4 JS&8&Z FARMERS AT3KB3MHBaaY smau, brush dams hold soil i'p.om Washing AWAY lilugpst problems K "DaaH stick' Ono nf th I wkk ihe prunes MY DAD'3 that iixlt'iihii'ii win hern uru jj-Iiiheir ntteiilun to this y ur Is saving soil, according to cxlo" loll HICl'intl8tS of tliu Uui in States Department of Ag'ticuiluH) In many" sections of the Central mul western States every effort Is being mud.o liy extension work ers to prevent washing and urus-i- m of tins bull by building dams or placing brush heaps in gullies A reprcsenativu of the depart retoiilly ment who returned from southwestern gives the following example of what Is bertig done there: In April 1920 n county agent assisted in build iim 19 small dams 111 a l.i:ge ditch nu 11 larm wheiu large amount.1) of fertile were being washed nay. Hy March of this year the ditch wu filled with mil. i'ollo.iiig this many fanners hi dciunnsliutimi the tiilyhliorhood who had been watching the outcome of the soil hating woik, built brazil daus In washouts 011 their farms. The represonn'ivo report thai 111 Mrnrlto yarn. YOU HEAR of a rmoVn. WAS THE ono about. OR READ about n smoke. THE OLD storekeeper. t t WHO WAS playinB chocVert. IN THAT nEALLY does mort. t t THAN t THERE ARE no hooks on you. t THERE'S NO law usulrfjt. YOUR STEPPING up. BRODHEjAD aIxv 1 Aug' 1718-Jb1 The Tim z will soon be here for the One PLEASE Urn tnntrt. BIG FAIR; where t THE back of tlio utoro. AMONG THE coal oil. AND THE prunoa. everybody has a good time, so lay aside the cares of life for a short time and attend each day which will be interesting from WITH THE other IIto omm. WHEN THE sheriff. out. WHO HAD Just Jumped hU king. AND 8AYINO rlfiht . u o. J. IN A lo J SAID "SI Micro's a ciutomor. i'- WAITIN OUT front" "GIM.MC A pack. of. AND SI salit "SliUhJ IF YOU'LL keep quioL MEDDC HE'LL go away." NOW HERE'S tlio big Idea WHEN A THOSE CIGARETTES. Start to Finish. GOOD RACES GOOD SHOWS GOOD MUSIC In Fact Everything Good . Good Display of Farm Prrducrs Good rRtii' Attractions that : 'ri.-.rv.- " soal t YOU'LL th'r.r:. HAPPENS ALONG. DONT LEAVE It to OoorgiX TO GRAB tho gravy. F'RINSTANCE IF. t. "o.i lnlM "'i'.ns. You'ro riht, too, bocaiKt. tl.iy don't make other cigurottcs like Chesterfields. The Chcsterneld .i! say yon never tasted suih InIM but Jbvrause shows Will have change of the I)R l) tU 7t GREATER punapshia blend can't lie copied. AlR.TIGHTlmtofSO? Have you jren A nu Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Indiana the extension workers nie holding soil service meetings and demonstrations, and farmers ure being taught to make ttso of soil survejs. WOMKN JURORS TO UK CONGRATULATE.. Midway R. II. HA.Mr They come to us highly recommended, with their own train of 15 cars nothing but strictly Clean and Moral Shows. This alone will be worth all it will cost you, so don't forget the dates only a short BE READY. time off. vVI.LY, Prceidont Secretary W gS CICARB TTES Liconr & Myers Tohacco Co. Mrs. Nancy Jane S'mitli a highly A. Carson. Revenue from Undine ThoroughOvicns litis returned after 11 two citi.n of our town bred Horses Only Profit to lie this life July -- n at his weeks stay in Maretburg Mrs. Depended Upon. home aeio-,-- - the river 011 Main Walter Robins and uhildren have a short visit with slrtet ot tint dreaded disease returned after Wooded Colts Produces tuberculo-.UMr. Smith joined relatives at Stanford and Mt Sale of Money When Other Products Christian Cliurcli. at the aye Vernon. -- Mrs Josh Wilson and tne Uring Ln. of 17 and hid livul an upright sons Homer and ICcnnetb are spending tho week with Mr and christian life. lie is survived by and othoc The Kentucky farmer has lost liis wife and one son, John. He Mrs. Campbell Wilson corn: he Is on his at Bee Lick. Mrs. K. .1 money to ship whe.it and and Iiors to Thursday after- relatives was laid to u-s-t his cattle forced was in Mt. Vernon a losing and constantly ralllnc marnoon after servicer by fev. I. N Mclvlnnev ket: Wo,i' ,me and his losses on bis tobacco Dot Hug We extend our sym Tuesday and Livingston miary drhMl him ,nt0 ,ank. ruptcy. The calamities of a troubled William Arthur pathy. Miss Alma Carson left nesday Master world are placed upon his back, the little son of Mr. and rfady bcnl doublc by lts ,mrdpng. lirst of the week for her home 111 Under these untoward conditions, Mrs. W A. Robins has been very Gutluria Oklahoma after a visit I tbo ,. ono ,, fortunate exception ,. among with the faujily "f her brother W sick. The HetTner Vinson au ,h .,.,. ... oun. deville will bo in Hrodhead tho ono or more thoroughbred mares. He always find a nation-widdemand for weed of the fair Aug. l7.i3-ihis thorouMihnd foals. The weanling will put on some excellent nt Its mother's side frequently brings and ('. 'l!o ,ho ?' T .ni.nri.iin Roller! '" 50 ." ..1 j -u ..- - M,a ..will sell for from Jl.GOO to $10,000: I.eo Hnbins n colt from a Jefferson county farm remains very sick having at ono of Garrard was with relatives Saratoga brought, $25,000. of the recent sajes hero later part of last ard lirst I Year in and year out, tho Kentucky thoroughbred finds a ready market: Mrs Klia buyers from all ocr the wrold coming of this week. the1 to this State to sccuro material to beth Albright is in Fleming gitost of her sis'.er. Mrs Douglas countre8 or localities. Owner Illddle ' It U. Iliiiiitn is the rerusod 1500,000 for Man O war, a Roberts. bred b Mr. August llelmont In busiest man in town g tting horse Kentucky. A wonder horse Is j ovei'vthinu in readiness for the Old is. In A sriaf he r of all recorda uiyopiman the best liver and victor o.vr r.11 opponents that Art medicine en lliem.irkel." bi''jtost fair ever, Aug 17 I8-1made some of the most brilliant ot slates Mrs. K. M While- -- ( V. Owens was in Bee Lick turf history, ho has been returned to a.r- perpetuate his native hearth, Gl-dcontinues 'I had n pain Sunday. Well, of course wo cur.'t his great qualities. there to Last month, in my cats' alter eating - 1i& full brother. Playfellow, by siv on business, for he doesn't name, was nold nd this was very think of business 011 Sunday. So long ago, John for J11G.000: and not R. Madden refused disagreeable and brought you will have to imagine this 5125,000 for a half Interest In the Kentuon headache. 1 was con- u cky-bred and knew it was stallion. Friar Rock, now lime, wo may say wh? next. indigestion and inactive In tho stud at Hamburg Place, near baud furnished Lexington. Our excellent t, s night and Cyw ' Numerous other thoroughbred moraine, and it sure is JM& music for the laud sale at L'orbin and marcs ot nearly, if not quite, -- - Little anu rnainiy (licnciu Richard priceless value aro owned in tho State. last Saturday. give:, relief." corn and tobaoco ore often crop Albright lias been sick but is .Wheat, and cattle and hogs aro failures, bolter- .- A. K. Alluiglit mid wif .frequently l.il-e- d at a loss. Hut tho a r.'t- n':.imni.. j.p and daughters, Mrs. Wi'.laid Tor ihvous'.brcil rai else In this countiy v. value, fornowhero ' nve Is ho brought to euch perfection as in rill, Miss Worth ami Vivmn Kentucky, and his fame and the dereturned from Lot Nv Pe, IJo,. mand for him aro world-widling Green ajd Muu.moth Cave. Mrs. Ktta Drown and Miss Ella Bollo Nowlaml have returned from a visit nt Paint' Lick, FOR FLETCHER'S Stanford and other pluccd. Roborts Loyal Nine were defeated again Sunday, by tho Corblu For over seventy years Two new streets aro to be op. Base Hall Nine by a score of 4 to this purely vegetable Tlio election is awful hot no.v eiicd in the norlheastarn part of preparation lias been 5 found benclicial by thouand tlitf cau"idatos are making tre town nf Mt. Vernon, one be. sufler-ii.- g sands of persons their last strive and can bu seen tween the properties of Squire G. from eifects of a toron ovory comer. Mrs. Mursball V. Owens and Mr W. T. Crawg pid, or Hver. Smith accompanied Mr and Mrs. ford, running oast mid west, Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, diz. John Smith to their home Va Ohio which will probably bo named ziness, constipation, bitMrs. Owens St j the othor, which will to spond several weeks. ter taste, sleeplessness, Lester Helton aud son James, piobably bo called Crawford St., lack of energy, pain in Mr, W Mrs. Bronston Elder uud sun Leo through the property of back, puffiness under the T. Crawford from Owens St.fouth eyes any or all of these Cush, huvo returucd to their symptoms often Indicate Several from which, If property owoners homo in Stanford. will willing, that there is something aro will attend tho Mt. Vornou hero the matter wilh your extend to Williams St., on which Fair next- week Aug, 10. n 12. liver. You can't be too careful about the mediGreut preparations are being Lungdon School is located. This some splendid build. cine you lake. Be sure mule and a big fair is oxpectod. will open up Ing lots, and bo a great improvethat the name, "Thcd-ford- 's Hnjoy it next weeK and Brodhead ment to tbo town. Is the wcolc after. on the package. At all Mr. Marshall Brodhead d Wi,w.wm KENTUCKY FARMERS REAP RICH HARVEST. Hiiimitt Gentry was tneu fm morn being dtuult, Wedm-seaing in Police Judge Ciiuilcal's anDSMaiaBiE:czEE?r& court before a Jury composed ul Accept Mrs. Iim Miller, Mrs Maggie lie Substitutes i Moore, M rs, Cornelia Seals, Mjs. "Cecil for I! Addio Cox, Mm. Mary li.yuni mid Mrs. Minnie Proctor. rd The Jury alter deliberating some. 15 minutes, returned n verdict of im n One Measure of a Man's AbiTify To Manage His Affairs Successfully -- TaedtoTd's PureJy Vegetable u ed guilty un'd llxt-- the puuishmeiit at u tine of $7.) 0o aud ton days in jail. This trul was iin'qtH from the fjet that oaly 0..0 man among the witi eses for the prosecution, tlw 'i'ti.Mi Mart I1.1l. mmhmm Kv.f NOTICE ' Is His Bank Account U - I .. '. y to the Circuit (. urc, aud made bond for his appcuranro We ha e aHviys blrev'd that if ven .. tho good . iii.n chance tliy vouIL.Inp rid our No., county of this ru..i cu.se ir tliu lusher courts will follow this e.xiiu pie, and' have women servo nu the juries, they will go after tho rcil seat o the trouble, the niooiihhiuir and bootlt-ggv-r- , just us v goronly Gentr apinl(d hisnis.. Medicine 1 Tlio man who consistently and regularly adds to liis savings invites confidence. The frugal ami thrifty man finds a ready extension of credit when lie needs it. , Kveryono should save a portiuti of his I'siniiiififs. 1 Wo extend to you the advantage of our easier. hanking fauiljties, winch will make We pay interest on timo - O-- i tn.il will acted ly my wife, Mrs. pearl Howard.. Joe Howard 4l 3t ilouth i.. it int'c niter August i. iqjI; I responsible for nny dejiirs. BANK OF MT. VEPJSKDN T. j. Niceley, President. W. L. Richards, Cashier. TRADE was MORAL Joan ot Aro the only woman on earth II able to resist a bargain adve- I'i-.- I TENT MEETING nro on foot for a two Mi chug 11 which the c'uire es of tho county will unite, u'. Mt. Vei uon mi up tinu-- in All '.he m'.n.sters of the cmntv will bo nuilid to take pirl. Uev.John Mpinlllnn In pro- a h 11 I Mr. Michel, of Harlun and Mr Riaf. or I. hi !!. ! I d tho' splendid idea, singing. This tnd we Imjie will be c rr ed o completion. PI in- - rtisementand she's dead BOONE Mr . Torpid pj Liver fj fy,. Krt (37 . Wf s 'rent you've got a bargain in something, advertise K to the woman tolks in this paper. ter is at Hill Pn ntor of Wincheshum $ for a few duvs r Sep-tenU- .. Uf O. i,n SCf i, M& VaBBBBBBBBBBBBaV aBBBBBalaBBBBBBBBBli Several from hero attemled st-vices on Hrindlo Kidire Suuday. Kick ns ncccptcd a Mr Tr-good poiuum wall the post office Mr d'paitmeiit u IticlinminI J II Lambert sold a siiml! farm of iiim hi Ind. to Mr Jes'0 soon. Tlioy wi'I i ike possix-siiWe aie glaJ t. .loouio them 1 .V.-e- back. Miss Gruco Poynter is very Til with typhoid fever at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Davo Giant of Berea and W. Grant of Kll in spent Sunday with their mo. her here Mr. and Mrs. Purk Thomas have returned from Brush Creek where tbey went itiiin Imtely after eloping and bcirfg nnrried last Sunday. They havt u host of friends who for them a long life ol happiness. wig-a- stip.-.tc- m L. Hris L'uiin ha i.u Mile at the Ber 11 FMr o.cplitue week ard Hlack-Drauch- s LilCK- - Children Ory CACTORIA Hig o, Hi'Kislered, Tins Vernon, where tho fair will be in Type, Po' ind China Hoar, will progress. His flier, Lieut. Aaron jniiko 1IIJI reason at my place, Also, five, i at tlio gate. Coates, is still with him, although fim-- 5O KfL'iiterpd Bar plus for , Conn drives the npnli'i" " Mr. I' u, s o"' "Hie , c.l.ioii.t.Jv He li.is ;,ii..... 10 be nlit v.aii i.iut o wu ilium, ipilto an cxpo.t tler. write K. N. Purcell, Interior Journal, Brodhead, Ky. The Mt, Vernon Fair Association is trying to help the fanners of Rockcastle County got Puro Bred Live Stock on their farms by giving away absolutely FREK it ihu MT. VKKNO.n' FAIR NEXT WEKK a Registered You SHORT HORN HULL. should sco him nt tho Fair. 11 next week he uli Imvu it iu Mi, : fl :k hccc MAKE MORE MONEY Buy a Pure Bred Buck AT THE SECOND ' FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE Ky. Stock Yard Bouibsn Ausrust i 2C0 Turc Hied Uucks aj.tl L;e. 1 1 th LouUvlle, 1CC0 Hiirh It,S5gSS FARMERS dado Ewe. Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank . slow-actin- AQENT8 WANTED We wunt nla.ly or ijciilleiimii ui;iit fur Die Koutiio J. It. WatLliin l'r.iilucU in Mt. Vrriiun anil otlivr vaouul turany liutllrr. W'rltu loiluy fo uf our free t.aiu.lu anj trie inrtli-uUoiler. J. fl. VVntklut Coi, CS Meat-.iiTrim. tun, HeeauHO it is YOUll homo Imiik A Iliac Hecaiise its ollicers and directors are all homo people tiro nil known to you, AND AUK YOUK KltlliNDS. IJcciiiisu your frinds aro more vitally interested iu YOU It welfare than others can possibly bo. Hecnuso tho bank is conducted 011 safe and sound business principles, ami takes no chances with othor people's money. Ford car, 1 920 For Sale: model, self smrter. Inquire Mrs. D. G. Price Mt. Vornon, Ky. 4o-- t. mure, Six your olu saddle For Salo. Mrs. D. G. Frico rr ," 4o3t ' Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Floyd Miller, Caihler Mt. Vornou Ky. druggists. Accept Only the Genuine. j. 79 rt&cPDdDC W. BETHURUA 'h.ATTOHNKV AT LAW MT VKUNON.UV Will practice In all the vuuru Office on Church btreui C. C WILLIAMS At tornt . at Law Mt, Vernon, Ky. Will practice-l- O EJCUNG-RtPAIRINO-ClCANIN- 1 FUR STORAGE U.O.IlaU'r, rreniileiit Peoples Bank Capital $SO,OOO.oo Surplus $1S,OOO.oo JFftWVGXWia Mwiysww mv rmu, State and Pedurul. all tho Courts, Ottlce on Cliurcli Street. i30C6OC33iCDC JL SKINS OK YOUR OWN CATCH CREEN Jk OREEN, FURRICRS 1138 S. TklrJ INCOtrOKAThn LOUISVILLE. KY. 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