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Mount Vernon signal: June 2, 1922 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1922 mou1922060201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 2, 1922 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1922 $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. - 7 .t -- v f " ;u. .v i . .. c w,mA ',4. ' " , 'v ; ," .. SUPPLEMENT i5v x- -. "t Located on BCX)NE & DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway Established 35th Year No. 32. MT VERNON SIGNAL FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" MT. VERNON SIGNAL. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1922 Centrally Locates between K Cincinnati, KnoxvtiJe and Louisville Price $1.50 per Year in Ad vane 1887 Published every Friday by MRS. ANNE EVANS MIL LER msinmur. r.atrd t ths Mt Vrnon, Ky. Polom M itconii-clPERSONALS AND SOCIAL NOTICE TIMK TABLE. 22 24 HI William Landrum is visiting in Pittsburg and London. Mr, John Pearl Landrum left Monday for' Paris Island where he u now stationed.- "Miss Ruth Landjrum was out from Louisville Suncff to spend" the day with her brolhe John. Misses Clara Doty Fjsh and Sarah May Pettus of Crab Orchard were the guerts of Miss Julia Landrum during commencement. nortd north 5-- P m 28 south 3:15 11.4a am am 12:!!8am South J as. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 18. OPERA HOUSE STANFORD, KY- TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Matinee 2 o'clock The Mt. Vernon Power Co. is installing an ice plant in Mt. Vernon, which will be ready lor business in about two weeks. This is an enterprise that Mt. Vernon hat long needed. , The Junior Chautauqua. Great fun for our boys and girls is promised by the program Mr. C. C. Davis has just received from the White and Myers Chautauqua System. In addition to enjoying the big Chautauqua the youngsters are to have a Junior Chautauqua with a program all their own, which the boys set up while the girls oversee the job. Four or five days besorc the begins, the big Chautauqua .t- - Tir-'t-"- - fg0K.J-$- ' young woman in charge of, advanced work will arrive, bringing the boys and girls tent - a regular khaki affair, with blue pole and with a canvas fence around it precisely like the one the big tent has, only not so high. Very soon that evening. will beset up. Every Cerhaps - it every girl is invited. A notice stating the exact time will be printed in this paper. Then, until the big Chautauqua begins and even during the big Chautauqua, this smaller tent will be used by the Junior Chautauqua The Juniors will need, Chautau-qu- a tickets for admission to the Junior tent and to the big tent. From the day the Junior tent goes up. there will be a program inside it at 4 every afternoon. When the big teat has opened. program every there wUMxr morning at the Junior tent, as well as other entertainments in the big tent in the afternoon and evening. One of the very interesting features of our Chautauqua this seaeon will be the special course for boys and girls in musical appreciatio n. The director in charge of our Junior Chautauqua will carry a Victrola and a full set of playing records, and the be shown boys and girls-wihow to enjoy music by a new and very effective method that is fast coming into vogue. Many of the musical numbers which are to be given later on the regular Chautauqua program will be played beforehand from the records. Thus the children will be familiar with them and, because they have learned to understand the music and to know the various instruments used, get a great deal more benefit and enjoyment than they otherwise could. This is not an experiment. It is simply adaptiug to children a method by which audiences in the large cities are prepared for hearing symphony concerts and grand operas. These learning to enjoy mui c talks with the. Victrola. will be -given every afternoon for several days before the regular Chautauqua opens, as well as thruout the Chautauqua and all the boys and girls are invited to get their season tickets now and be ready for the first program in learning to enjoy music. Moreover, the Victrola will be used in playing most of the games As for what the games will be, the special boys and girls edition of the Chautauqua program, with pictures, explains that. It will soon reach the youngsters. However, this much can be told now. Great care is being taken to avoid the amusements that wear children out. Parents will not have cross boys and girls on their hands, or tired boys and girls, or nervous boys and girs. So let's plan for big times for from the day the , .the .children Junior tent arrives. ll June(j&7 - Night 7:46 Warrtax Included ADMISSION. 20cents and 35 cents. Auction of Convict Road Camp. Rockcastle County will sell to the highest bidder the Convict Road Camp, at the Courthouse door Mt. Vernon, Ky. on Monday June 19. 1922 at 10 o'clock. Camp is located one mile below Pine Hill on the County Road to Mullins Station. Camp consists of one large building 80x40 ft. one guard house 14 x 28 ft, all of wire barracadc around camp and wood tunnel from building to center of branch. This does not include the land that the buildings are on or any of the machinery stored in the buildings or on the grounds. Chas. F. Bradbury, 3l-County Road Engineer. 3t Brodhead News Edited by MRS. PERSONALS AND JENNIE ROBINS BIBLE THOUGHT TOR TODAY SOCIAL "Over the Hill" The greatest human story of all times. A picture that wi" live forever. NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle County Ky. until I p. m. June 6th 1922, for the construction of 40 ft, roncrete bridge across Brush Creek near Willailla. Work to be done includes two Class B concrete abutments, Concrete bolting together steel for floor system, and reinforced concrete floor. Approximate qunni ties. 20 cu. yds. excavation 34 cu. yds. class B concrete 13 cu. yds. class A concrete County to furnish all steel and torcrnjrforeffncreie laid down at bridge site. Plans and specifications on file at the office of County Road Engineer. Chas. F. Bradbury County Road Engineer Scaled bids will be received by the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle p m June 6, County Ky. until lg22, for furnishing and erecting complete wood floor sstem on bridge across Roundstone Creek at Brush Creek Station. Prices will be considered four ways, on white oak complete job, black oak complete job. or furnishing the lumber to bridge but not and for just erecting timber. The price for erecting will also include the removing of the 1 HOPE WELL A. C. Sowder of this place is with his daughter. Mrs. Delia Ba- - :. ijHTXrrTZTKu: Claud Stokes at Mt. Vernon. -- Mr. j-- - t ka u: t and Mrs Mclvin John ion. of are with the I tier's mot her. Mrs, Clara Ciirmical. Mrs. Martha McClurc and Home Car-mic- Hir-rodsbur- g, and wife, of Marctburg, spent Sunday with Wm. Sexton Little Miss Mary and family. Langford of Mt. Vernon is with her little sinter Inez, at the home Ar of C.B.Bethurum.-McKinle- y nold and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. lames Barnes. Mrs. Geo. Perci-fand children spent several day last week with relatives at this place. Charlie Hurd went to Lex ul inpton Inst Sunday. Misses Snow an I Ruby Shrewsbcrry spent Sun day w'th Misses Clco. Margeurite and Vada Kirby. 'Married. May 1 tii. Miss .MaUlgjiurri""- - f r and Mr. Mike Marler of thU place. Mrs. Clara Carmical aid chillren spent Sunday with M;s. John W. Kirb . -- We en? joyed reading Lives ly'slet-to- r ind hop- - s!ie w'll wi'i again. We ayem ma.iy h ppy days with Mrs. Livcsav, and her letter makes us ;hink of bygone years and the lfttlc old log schoolhouse of our childhood days at Level Green, and why should we not love the name of Level Green A small child of Nathan. Doan's broke its arm last Saturday. Miss Cora Clontz spent Saturday and Sun day with her sister, Mrs. Charlie Hurd. -M-s- NOTICE IX I 4 -- iXZIX XXIXT"-?X- I ; 1 " You can always pick the fellow who wears FISH'S SPECIAL CLOTHES, he is always the best dressed man in the crowd. If you are a bit particulrr about the quality, style and fit of your clothes and want to save a few dollars you will do well to $25 SPECIAL try FISH'S Clothes. CASXO.RIA You Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Money To Loan On Farm Lands Five to Thirty-thre- present floor systetnThe-Fise- al Courtreserves tKe right to reject any or all bids. Amount of lumber required. 00 pes. 3 in x 12 in 4995 F.B.M. x 18 ft 6 in 181 lin. ft3inxI6ft8688F.B.M. 362 lin. ft 2 in x 4in 242 F.B.M. pc.2 in. x 9inx 18ft. 27 F.B.M. Total 13952 F.B.M. 1 Chas. F. Bradbury. County Road Engineer. 3t 3q iL never can tell until you try Don't let the fact that your old suit is of an unusual pattern keep you from bringing it in to be matched up with a new pair of trousers. Our stocks are large and well assorted as to pattern, donsisting J. L. McKnight and children were over from Conway today, McKnight is one of our Mr. wide awake most progressive farmers. PIONEER CITIZEN PASSES e Years Boy Wanted Six per cent interest National Farm ' f of stripes, checks. lancy nniuic nu h';" ors in (worsteds, cassimeres and serges. However if we cannot find what you need in our stock we are pretty apt to be able to obtain it from our trouser manufacturer whose ability to match 'em up. we have tried many times and not found wanting. You never can tell un til you try. Ji Tha . il jlK lWWmF mLzLAw m Phone 78 rn Front YOU CAN ALWAYS GET GOOD WORK AT City Barber Shop Purcell & Hendrickson Cleaning Ills nay will bo what he makes it; William. C. Fish of Richmond, fine prizes and free lienlile Call or write A. M. HIATT. Sec'y. Monday morning at 2;20 died When he makes good ho will bo promoted. If you are beo'clock and funerul services were tween 14 and 19 years old. detoinln-a- d Loan Association conducted Tuesday morning. Mr Brodhead to "tnako good1' and truly think Fish was born near Mt. Vernon you aru the boy fop this job, then apBRODHEAD. KY. 322t 23. 1831, making him withJune ply by letter to Mr. K L. Gilbcr:. Personal," 3rd tloor, 119 West 40th in a month of 91 years of age. Street. New York City. Give full of Judge He was the fourth child details of any past HollinS expierenco Jesse Fish, who was one of the jour ago; parent's full name and most prominent pionehrs of Rockbusiness; your school grade mid at Miss Nannie Taylor of HamilIf it's new and good to wear least two references. castle County. Mr. Fish moved visiting ton, Ohio has been to Madison County in I874, you can get it at Fish's. friends here during commence where he was a successful farmer We understand there is likely ment. to be a county bridge built and banker. He was a FOR FLETCHER'S across Dix River at Brodhead member of the Christian church "Tanlac did what everything this summer. a man of strictest intergrity and else failed to do." Thousands rugged honesty and beloved by Attv. Robert H. Davis is home Get under a new STETSON have said it. So will ou. all who knew him. His wife profrom Louisville Law School for Davis Drug Store. ceeded him to the Great Beyond at Fish's the summer vacation. by only a few months. He is surfollowing children! vived by the V. H. Cummins, known to E. T. Fish of Berea, Mrs. Mary everyone in Mt. Vernon and E. Galloway. L. J. Fish, Mrs. Joe vicinity as "Uncle Di ck" dropMason, Dr. C. A. Fish, of Frankped dead about 12 o'clock yesterfort, nnb Mrs. Fannie Garrett, day. Mr. Cummins was one of of Richmond, and a number of the oldest and most respected more distant relatives in this citizens in Mt. Vernon. He leaves surviving him his widow, one county. daughter and three cons, one of Tanlac is the result of years of whom lives in Illinois. Funeral Joho Wanaker, the great merchant, says: study, experimentation and re- arrangements have not yet been "No boy ever became great as a man, who did search by some of the worlds made, pending the arrival of th e , not in his youth learn the saving habit," greatest chemists. Hence its merit. son. Davis Drug Store. Experience has taught some of us that John CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS knew what he was talking about Do you think IN ARE MILD AND GENTLE so, too? Are you teaching your children the EFFECT. t lesson of thrift that wi'I make them The laxative effect of Chammen and women? A little savings account at is so gentle that berlain's Tablets our Bank for your boy or girl wilt prove a big you can hardly realize that it incentive. We will open an account, no matter has been produced by a medicine how small, and will help you educate your children in the matter of thrift and modern Attorney and Mrs. Geo. G. business methods. and children of London. Brock Spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs W. H. Fish. Movie-Ticketslife-lon- g nfter school uud other spare time. SomeAthore In this town Is ono boy wh is.a "go-beltspirit, full of (,'rit and ambition, and absolutely We want that boy. Ho lioneet. will Ixj the only boy atreut m this town for tha famous MOVIK WEEKLY MAGAZINE. Ho will work Children Ory CASTOR! A Does John Know? & Pressing Ladies' and Gents' Gamments Cleaned and Pressed Two teaspoonsful of Tanlac in little water taken three times a day just before meals will make you eat better, feel better, sleep better and work better. Davis Drug Store. a The Bank ot Mt. Vernon Miss Eila Carson who has been teaching in Concord Wrst Virginia, is expected home this week. She will be accompanied by her friend, Agnes Graham of Chicago who will spend the summer here. Walter Robins has just completed a nice up post office building on the corner rf Depot and Main St.. and moved to same Wednesday. The Brodhead, people arc highin""thelr rep'o'rtheVbetternow. "glad td praise and- - feel proud of the-will new office which is indeed an Prof. J. L. Pilkenton leave in about ten days to begin honor to ourtown. Mrs. Bettye Pike of Livingston a summer, school at Beatysville. G. B. Carson returned Friday one of Rockcastlcs very best from a visit with his brother G. school teachers and a young laily of sterling qualities and Mr. Jess R. Carson and wife at ManchesFrench, a progressive young farriter. er, near town, were quietly marMisses Katie and Ruby Houk ried by and at the home r.f of Lebanon lunction were guests Squire F. F. Robbins, Wednei-da- y of Mrs. Clarice Chandler last night of last week. Hearticit week. congratulations are extended, Mr. Elijah Cox died at li's Mrs. Lucy Long and family visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs home in the Henry Addition Green McKinney. at Spiro, last Thursday, of last week after a lingering illness of a complication week. of diseases. He is survived by a Mr. and Mrs. David Craig wife, one daughter, Mrs. John from Mt, were down fj"0" Adams and six sons, Geal. Tobc, Sunday with the family of Hugh Ed, Othar, Arde and Charley. McBee, He was laid to rest in the family Lee Robins of Lancaster who buring ground near town Saturis attending school in Berea spent day afternoon. We extend our sympathy to the grieved ones. the first of the week with relatives here. Miss Margie Owens theprclly danghter of Mr. and 'rs. J. M. of Loguc daughters Two Storms of Corbin, visited their Owens and Mr. Millard Knuckl- -i grandparents. Mr. nnd Mrs I R of Muncie. Indiana were marri Thursday night by Rev. Mastc Storms last week. at Gum Sulphur. Miss Marp'-wa- s Mrs. Dave Calvert and little a graduate from the class Richard, of Lebanon son of '21, since time has been of W. J. the efficient that in were guests at the home clerk The BrodOwens last week. head Pharmacy and is widely Mrs. Mary Young returned to known and well loved. Mr. her home in Pennsylvania last Knuckles arrived here about s:,c weeks ago, to spend his summer week after a visit with her dauvacation with relatives and it ghter. Mrs. U. B. Cass. Mrs. Bettye Smith has moved seems that theirs was a game nf "love at first sight." We wirh her stock of goods from the prothem every good wish perty to the building adjoining and happy married life.for a lo:ig which belongs to J. T. Lawrence Mrs. John Pike and baby. NOTICE Master Berlvn. are here from FOR SALE-Pron- ?rty belon : Louisville with her father, Mr. Ing to County, consisting of a and other relaF. F. Francisco dwellip 3 ot, 5 room tives. and, all out buildings, on 0. i Main Street, adjoining the Di. Mrs Bettve Carter has returned to Louisville after a few weeks Francis property, garage excludr ed, will be sold at public auctio-.- i visit with her father, Uncle Lar-kiHicks and her brother R. H. by the Sheriff on the third .Monday in June, on six months Hicks. time, with good bankable note, Mr. and Mrs. Ballard Sebastian Charles bearing six percent interest. baby. Master and S. F. Bowman, County Judge Franklin, of Paint Lick, are with parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. her Squire W. B. Sigmon has 11 Payne. force of men doing some eood Little Miss Mary Carter who woojj on the roaj eatJ,jnB up th, underwent an operation at I en- - rair0ad to the tunnel and thU nington Infirmary. London, was will soon be in good condition. able to return to Brodhead last The county Tractor and Gradtr Friday. has been making the dirt fly 01 this and other sections of road Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Proctor and Steve Proctor were down for two weeks or more and we from Mt Vernon over the week hope the good work will keep up end with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. FOR SALE: House and lc t Proctor, on, Main street two story brick as the Fred Mr. and Mrs. Eastman, Miss building known Oma Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kreuger property. Fritz Kreugcr Hiatt. of Quail were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Riddle SaturFOR FLETCHER'S day and Sunday. to-dar William Rash is in Louisville this week. We are glad to report J. R. Proctor improving. Boguc and K. J. Smith were in Pine Hill Tuesday Swannie Price was down fro'm Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mrs. John Craig, of Quail, is with her son, Hugh McBec. Willie Payne remains very low and can not live very long. Mrs. Ida Adams and son," Shirley, were in Mt. Vernon Monday . The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Payne is very sick with membraneous croup. Othar Oliver, of Livingston visited his cousin, Basil Oliver last week. Miss Bertha Bussell is assisting J. F. Watson in the Brodhead Pharmacy. Misses Selby Payne and Marguerite Harris were in Mt. Ver-no- n Monday. . F. F. Robbins sold 10 head of cattle J. T. Rigsby, of Preachers ville. for $215. Raymond Anderson and Lee Rohins were in Lancaster Tuesday on business. Henry Anderson and Lee Rob ins were in Nicholasville and Lexington Monday. Brodhead defeated Danville at ball Sunday on the ball field. The score being 23 to 2. Jacob Elder who has been in Louisville for several weeks home Saturday. Mrs. Henry Anderson spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson, near Lancaster. Mrs, Ed Barger has been seriously ill for several days. We are Thine, O Lord, is U11 greatness, and the power and the victory, and the majesty: for all that is in the heaven and in the earth is thine; Thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and Thou art exalted as head above all. Both riches and honor come of Thee, and thou rcignest over all; and in Thine hand is power and might; and in Thine, hand it ii to make great, and to unto all. Now, thcic-fore- , our God, we thank Thee, and praise Thy glorious name. Chron. 29; 14 giv.-strcng-th 1 11-- Cashier and Mrs. Floyd Miller and little daughters, Suclla and lulia Floyd, Miss Tea Fish nnd little Miss Sallyc McKcnzic srrc down from Mt. Vernon Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hilton and handsome son, Master James Butner, were up from Stanford last week visiting Mrs, Hilton's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Cas Mr and Mrs. F. LOCAL L. S Durham Durham were down from Mt. Vernon Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. j. F. Watson. A large crowd of the yo ing folks chaperoned by Mrs. J 1 . Pilkenton went to the Big Fill near Mt. Vernon, Tuesday and enjoyed an all day picnic. Thev report "loads of fun and bushels of eats." v. J"',on one-stor- n Ohildren Cry CASTORIA luf .r Vi $" fc imfaizm- - S ' Ji V''" ''I' 5s. ' y .. ' u V J" r fc a.fi f ufc " . i. v ' -J IVV, 01 - HriLMHllll Ul x. ill ll tmmtmj . Located dn BOONE & DIXIE Highways Honie of Booheway Established ,1887 " 4 i MT VERNON SIGNAL "FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" MT. VERNON SIGNAL. FRIDAY. JUNE is being damaged quite a bit by mildew A number of fields arc looking like thc'rJhad been sprinkled with lime;! On close we fiftclfc that the examination leaves arc being destroyed and the growth chcckcd.'AThcrc is no remedy at the stageftf the crop. The best thing to dojis to grow borne soy beans or cbwpcas as a substitute for the clover crop for hay. Soy beans or cowpeas can be seeded as late ns June lo and .J mature for hay. 2. 1922 Centrally Locatea between Cincinnati, Knoxvtlle and Louisville Price $1.50 per Year in Adva ncc 35th Year No. 32. Iff ' j f ' . Tp L Q u XtW' ' ' ' ' , s Vv Th Stroller joot aver CONTROLS THE ARCH POTATO JUGS One tablespoon full of Paris Green to one gallon of water thoroughly mixed anH sprinkle potatoes will kill tKelbugs. Do thin every four or five days until 'Wk bugs disappear, P fill - t .- SV CUCUMBE sprinkle vines. RjBEETLE Use arsenate of Iiead two or three tublcopoonfulsTtb a gallon of water, thoroughly! m ijiv and BEAN CUIC'S BU HAPPY FEET MAKE HAPPY FACES - GS.fi ; the " Pl -- &N I f-- i Arsenate of Lead will get the bean bugs. Use the above rem bugs. Dont before you wait-do. How can any woman have a happy mind and a pleasant smile with unhappy feet? Geuuine foot comfort combined with beautiful footwear has bean son-jlby women for years. Since the perfection of the "Foot Saver' this univers I n satisfied-- . This marvelouyahoeposrtivcl means beaulifutrhapp feet from Youth to Age. Try on a pair. FOOT INSURANCE FOR THE FUTURE wartt-lras-bee- dticdver For Shopping and .i W Wool is to a 0O Business Wear Shoes ALL-WOO- L CLOTHING The first price offered last (or vjl! should not be accepted i.' it ii.i .a fair price'.The retail m.r,t:t i.t inning from 36c to Jc pr pjun lowyantl promises to ui nigh:.-- . 'jM' T..e wool grawersVof Rock castle County ihould&'p'ool their wool. By doing so hundreds of dollars ou'J- oj saved,. Lets or a V j Growers" A'ssoci--u'tithij fa andjpfprotect our a mm' surhloj prices as ;. take 'tnj our rural .c sections of the County?;' . 1 o.i 1 . ta-- betteribricc than with Styteplus' Comfort ed IM a- trcl rrccdora from pett;. anncyar.ccs! How much it means to the ctKcc's and personal comfort of the woman busily in business and social activities to be care-fre- e about her feet to have that delightful feeling of knowing that she 13 smartly and comfortably shod. A smart shoe, to be really comfortable, must be in perfect harmony with the lines and the mission of the moving foot. 1.1'V &-- 3$ i "!i h.i ER sHB The Red Crois Shoe the shopper's" friend and the business woman's pal moves and bends with every motion of the foot and not against it. It is made lo fit the fool in action made for activity riht from the start. ' 'Come in and let us thow you. the season's new styles in the Red Cros3 Shoe for s.ho'ppins ind business wear. Let.smartv style, plus comfort, carry you in peace wherever you'go,"r.' i LAMB M AR&E T v "( r Sjjr i(f 1 1 " ly v fep--- r 'Mw Lambs are btin imigfl good price in Cincinnati anJtLouisville 5 .,6)3 and 7 cbntSTtoo Jow a price for lambs ' oHJfKc farm "in the. county. Cincinnati and Louisville prices re rustling from c2J to cents.R.need to I hip our lambs iVKtiveJy' by sar ioaas airecuvr awilij;, ( Sutfonf&' fvlcBee ' li MT. VERNON, KY. ' "i , ' . . at shown by msTint pitturt and utrJ by Hd action J jtudy oft tht cot. in liXV V HOW A NOTED VET. GETS RID OF RATS FARMERS HEED. - WilvMlJilWJ Jk s. wr rrniimimnrnrTi.i .. M.- -. S&J.'m!iJBBKj! .'': ,r "immi'j ji" ""i.wwaiJgsiMjcpi.ay'y-I W. A. McKENZIE We Fill Mail Orders - Fone No, 36 Dr. H. H Butler says, "I used RAT-SNA- P around my hospitals e er three months, whether I see rats or not. It does the work RAT-SNAgets them every time I recommend it to everybody having rats." Don't wait until there is a brood of rats, act immediately you see the fir3t one Three sizes, 35c, 65c and SI. 25. Sold and guaranteed by - Davis Drug Store and C C. Cox. HOW TO INVEST vONEY Office your Saving Bank Postal Savings are an invest me.it as well as the method of encouraging persons of sninll income to form the habits of thrift and saving. The post office under this system" said a financial sage who made an investigetion of the new U. S. Government Savings System, "will become the saving bank of the wage earner and the person of small ralary. In many of the larte cities, anb in factory towns, and especially in manv of "the smaller towns in the rural districts, it is very inconvenient for earners of n weekly wage to reach a bank a,f ter receiving their ray, but a post office is usually available. When the people fully understand fhat their post offices THE JUNIOR CHAUTAUQUA offer them modern banking facilities they will avail themselves of MILLER BUILDING The Post Farmers Production Contest tent has been moved forward from May 31st to June 15th. All farmers who wish to enter for Corn, Tobacco, Hay or Poultry are asked to send name and ad dren to the County Agent as soon as possible. We have more than (lOOoo to be given as ROCKtASTLE COUNTY 1922. The date for entering the con- prizes in this content. If the farmers do not enter the money goes back to our bunks. Since we have a chance for it send name and addresr la ihc County Agent Mt Vernon lly.,at once. The County Agent has duced two new crops into VALUABLE CROPS introRock- castle County. Soy beans and Sugar beets. The Boy bean crop has been grown in limited quani ties. Only a .few farmers have tried the crop. AH who have grown so beans are believers and testify to the value of the crop us a cow feed and the grain for hogs and chickens. We want 2oo to 5a acres in the county next ear Tae belt crop is practicallv a new one. These beets arc extra feed for cows in connection with dr- feeds. The beet is also very valuable for feeding poultry. PA MAGE CLOVER Our clover crop tJUKOtl has been and this modern savings system, which run for their own advantage and at no cost to them. Postal Savings and Treasury Savings Certificates offer an unusual opportunity and the post office is leady to render these bankings facilities in an efficient manner. We 'are pleased with the suggestion of the post office as the savings bank, and intends to make it that in fact, as long as people who are its patrons show a disposition to save. We call especial attention to the fact that the Government is in this savings movement because the officials have become convinced that only thru the Government can a nation wide campaign for savings be inaug urated and made successful. "The Government affords an opportunity for everybody to save. Any person with ten cents can open a savings account with the Government. With ten cents a postal savings stamp can be bought at the post office. When ten stamps have been purchased aud affixed to a postal savings i wage-earners' iy.. '' IJ i" ., Ono of tbo most Interesting features ot our Cliautuuqua this summer will be the part known as the Junior Chautauqua. In addition to hearing tho regutAr program In tbe big tent tbo Juniors will have an equal num Lor ot entertainment program given In their own soparato Junior tent, starting tbreo days before tbe regular Chuutauqua opens. Programs specially prepared by ox perts will acquaint tbo Juniors with How to Knjoy Music. A trained Junior Director carrying her own Vic trola and set ot records will give tha programs. There will also be folk games, story telling, stunts for tho boys and a selected number ot tho Juniors will give a program In tbe big tent during tbo Chautauquau. saasmBffcTfc dince the id has I 1 1 uvc&i Via. in icy ZXf 1 R"a in Blast ?, have decided to put in a car load of baby buggies to roll the little tots around. So bring them in to see Uncle Bill, and load up the wagons with all the good Eats while Receiving ball games, world's market , band concerts coming in from Pittsburg. t I2XS 2XEZE ZXI card they can be exchanged for MnQlnl n Stl mlnrn.t hpnMnn ! Postal savings sngs rcrtilicatc. certificates lo the amount of $2,500 may be purchased by any one person. Small investors can Treasury Savings also buy Stamps at $1 each. They do not but when 20 draw interest, stamps have been acquired they can be exchanged for a 525 Treasury Savings Ccrtifictte. These certificates arc issued in denominations of $25, $loo and $1 ooo, and sold for ?2o, $So and !?8oo. They pay 4 per cent and compound semi annually, are exempt from state and lecal taxation (except estate and inheritance taxes) and from the normal Federal income tax." Walter Robins, Postmaster, Brodhcad, Ky. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS- "ChamberlaiVs Tublets have been used by my husband and myself off an on for the past live ears. When my husband goes away from home he always takes ti bottle of them along with him. Whenever I have that heavy feeling after eating, or feel dull take one or and played out. Tablets two of Chamberlain's ond they fix me up fine, writes Mrs. Newton Vreeland. JNlhaa, N. Y. Tnkc3 these tablets w 'ten troubled with constipation or and they will do you good. RECOMMENDS The Price Is Right THEY ARE BOUND "r,,,Ui?it & . t J.W. Rider THE MAN THAT FEEDS THE BABIES 1 TO GO HIGHER AT ROCKCASTLE HOTEL ! M '"' w V. (vir.VERNOM . SIGNAL. FRIDA'Y. JUNE 2, 1922 J. Welsh Wiseman Ce's. WORLD'S GREATEST CORNETIST. June Clearance Sale Begins Thursday, June 1st l.eginning Thursday, June 1st, we will offer everything' throughout our entire stock at very decided reductions from lowest regular prices with a determination to reduce all lines to the lowest possible point in a 15 days Sale, so come early and often, as such prices .can only happen during our Semi-Anual Clearance Sales jgjjJKct Cop"" t5TluidT)ractn3 CASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. SPSS!! jtJsfe Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 'M ; J'fi - fLcouoi.-arBKWN- AVcicfabterafXj Always j. i itlniihe5tMdtfsMIfa!Ja TlKrctyTromota4Dcrfonj nCheerfulness neither OpIumJIorphlnenor Bears the Signat ure of OF jf.jr ' --- !?2r k 1 Mineral, notju" AhuacSiX2imM' Ato . 4iKV m MS .tf Kryl was u set I itor of considerable fame, whin at i t of John l'Hlllp Sou.i lu lalil rtoun the chlsrl ami Jo'iicil Siwa ai cornet soloist. The clun o fiom sculpture to music was Justified when Mr. Krjl became recocnlzed as the worlilV greatest cornetist. Krl and Ills Hand are coming to our Chautauqua. Uoliumlr 1 ft L.i.r..1Prmfih'Ibr T.OSSOPSI.EE)? n Jf' tJi.5? -- &sssssr j I'dCW' C JCf S; nsuttjnirnertfrom1"'" IftcSinuleSljnsWi01 'Cja'C Terms Spot ; Cash-N- o Approval-N- o SUITS Return entire lino of Tailored and fnure. to to to to j TMff For Over 3CnrrvnCwM (H"t-' rmv u Thirty Years COATS We oiFer-tlwrmp- Half Price vf One Third Off ol our One-Thir- d SERVANT GIRL WOULDN'T FEARING GO IN CELLAR. RATS. Mrs. Tcpper, Plainficld, N. J says, "Rats were so bad in our cellar the servant girl wouldn't go there. Bought some RAT-SNA- P and it cleaned all the rats destroys rats out. ' RAT-SNA- P and mice. Absolutely prevents odors. Comes in cake form, no mixing, Cats and dogs wont touch it. Three' 35c. 65c and $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Davis Drug Store and C. C. Cox Decoration Day was observed with appropriate exercises. Rev. M. G. Fish, Rev. Dillard Parker and Squire Hardin Moore were the speakers. Some five or six hundred were present, and a bountiful dinner We was served on the grounds. regret that so far as we can determine, the day passed entirely unobserved in Mt. Vernon, and the graves of those who fought in the wars that "Made and preserved us a Nation", and of our boys who fought and died in the terrible overseas conflict, ho e bodies "broken for us" .iuv c been brought back and now 'ie in Elmwood Cemetery, were uncovered save for the lowly turf, the green of the trees and the blue skies above with which God covers all alike who repose in their last long rest. W ByitBwnr Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Cf MTAUM COM.A.r. HtW V elmiee this Spring Coats at Half I'rifo. - wir entire -- twk of l'n restricted choice Suits at reductions of 819.75 25.00 39.50 49.50 59.50 Tailored Tailored Tailored Tailored Tailored Suits, Suits, Suits; Suits, Suits, CITT. $15.00 Coats, reduced to 25.00 Coats, leduced to 29.50 Coats, reduced te T.9.50 Coats reduced to 4S.O0 Coats, reduced to $ 7.50 1 2.50 1 4.75 1 9.75 24.00 reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced $1 3.50 1 to '. . 25.00 29.50 37.50 6. 75 It takes 65 Muscles of the Face to make a Frown and Only J 4 muscles to produce a Smile. So why waste energy in frowning ? Trade here with us and Smile with All Dresses Reduced Fully one hundred and fifty Dreisos of Talfeta Silk, Cauton Crepe, Mignonette etc. go in this sale at a very marked icductions ranging from All Waists Reduced livery Waist in our entire stock to go at reduced prices, including Crepe de Chenes, Pongees, (5eorgette, and Hand Made Voiles. About one hundred beautiful Voile Waists selling regularly up to $7.50 at Johnctta. 25 to 50 per cent, off Houses Dresses entiro line of yBarmon"' House presses, in newest style Ginghams, Percales and Lawns, at Our. at Choice $2.95 Millinery- - " satisfaction. We handle Hardware and Furniture, Congoleum and Linoleum, Sweate; Our entire line silk, Wool and Fibre SiiteareEJ, in Tuxr edo and .styles offered at greatly reduced prices. Slip-ove- Ail Spiing Hats at Clearance Prices of f and Less. One-Hal- jw RUGS Wall Paper . Sale Prices $2.50 Dresses, now 4.00 Dresses, now 5.00 Dresses, now $1 .95 2.95 3.95 $15.00 10.00 7.50 5.00 Hats, reduced Hats, reduced Hats, reduced Hats, reduced to to to to $7.50 4.75 3.75 1.98 Special lot on table ranging up to $IC values, choice at $3.95 mt. c. COX c. vernonTky! PHONE 44 6c 47 Ladies and Misses Strap Slippers & Oxfords at Greatly Reduced Prices Wash Goods Our entire line of Cotton Wash Goods, K White Goods All Linens, Flaxon, Organdies, Nainsooks, White and Fancy Goods, at reduced prices. $2.25-- 40 Dress Silks All Dress Silks in both black and colors, at reduced prices. iu. Heavy Crepe de' Cheues, now $1 $2.0036 iu. Black and Colored Taffotta Silk, now $4.50 Canton Crepe, 40 in wide, now $2.95 Printed dopes .'98 " at reduced prices. 12Jc yd. Uest Apron Ginghams. 19c yd. For 36 in. Percales. 18c yd. For Shirting Madras. 12Mo yd. For 36 in. Hope Cotton. 30c yd. For Hoosier Cotton. Household Linens All Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Crash, Sheets and Sheetings at reduced prices. .59 ! ! .45 2.95 ! 1 a 1 rordTordson SALBb & 1 SEEVICD self-start- FRED OWENS, MANAGER Corsets All Corsets, at reduced prices including audi celebrated makes as Hon Ton, La Caniille, Nemo and Koyal Wordiest r. Hosiery and Gloves All Ladies' and Misses' Hosiery iu both Lisle and Silk at reduced prices. Underwear All LUlo Vests and Union Suits reduced, also all Silk and Muslin Underwear. Muslin Gowns; at 1.50Silk Hose at 2 Clasp Silk Gloves at .. $1.20 69c $1.50 ", i$ 1.98 S1.00 ! N Y for prompt OUR telephone call is my Service in REPAIR WORK, TAXI, or anyer thing in the Automobile Line. Ladies' and Misses' SHOES Mailings, Rues and Linoleums lace Curtains and Curtain Nets ! 1 M at Reduced Prices at Rodurrd Prices at Reduced Prices NeW Ford Cars & Tractor. Several used cars at a low price. Repair Work Guaranteed , I WELSH & WISEMAN CO. DANVI LLE, KY. "YE GENUS BOY" to KCD) Down at LaPorto, Indiana right on Silver Lake there is a wonderful level plain walled in by wooded hills and here is Camp Roosevelt named after a great American- - who loved boys and men and I think every red blooded American boy ana his did should know about this camp for I was there last year and I saw boys from every where in the U S A grow tanned and rugged and alert under regular army officers and picked high school teachers for there is a tummer school as you should know and crack athletic loaches foi the boyt swain and (with apologies hiked and sang and boxed and drilled and studied French and Algebra--an- d ate. Cosh, how they ate and their proud parents cameand watched and praised Major F. L. Bcals who is a big man- - and knows the boy's game and is a human being -- and this year 1922 the the camp will be bigger-a- nd it only costs a little bit because Chicago's Board of Education is back of it all and the camps not but run to make any money to make true Americans so I really think every boy that you reach should know, Don't you? You tell 'em! "Yours for Better Boys" L. Ewertsen. PIKE-FREN- CH Miss Laura Doone Brown, of Louisville, representing the Ken Mrs. Betty e Pike and Jesse J. tucky Children's Home Society, French were married in Brodhead was in Mt. Vernon from Thursa week or, more ago. The bride day until Monday, soliciting is a sister of Mrs. W. H, Brown funds for the erection of additionof this place, and a daughter of al buildings, for the new home the late A. Pennington. The at Lyndon, Ky. Miss Brown ex- groom is a prosperous young pressed herself well pleased with farmer of the Bfodhead vicinitv. the result of her work in Mt. The Signal joins a host of friends Vernon, we arc proud to report. in extending congratulations. Certainly there is no more worthy cause, and everyone should NOTICE be not only willing to give, but MOVING PICTUREOUTFIT thankful for the opportunity, remembering the words of the Boone Way Theatre will be sold t 2:oo p. Master, "Inasmuch as ye have at auction, June H' ' before date m. Anyone interest! done it unto the least of one of these, my little ones, yc have of sale, write ownei Mrs. Chas. E. Searcy, Versa illu Ky. done it unto inc.' I List Of Free Service to Ford Owners Clean spark plug Put on timer wires Put on timer case Put on timer roller Adjust transmission bands Put on fan belt or hose connections oil and grease car all over, Tune up motor Put on a fan assembly. a This Labor is free to all Ford Owners i m I PHIM. "" u K mjii nx' IRibAVi JUNE UA. PERSONALS AND SOCIAL Mr. Shack Gentry has returned from Russcllvillc. Will Thompson wns home from Frankfort for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brown have returned from Louisville. Mr. R. M. Leeds, L. fit. was in town Tucs-dnMm. Mary Towcry is visiting her sister 2. 1925 v i i MARKET CINCINNATI i JaS Ah y WemeL MARKET8 i of Bcrca, tqemefiom?' I'll ' For I"nre I Cox. Elder J, W. Riddle will preach nt Buckeye, Sunday, nt oclock 1 Mr. Rout. n. m. To Kit " You. tun tiiri'.SLlKK-KlT- a litilu adjusting Min. hidden iway in my mnk up that can bo tighten- !. '' luio's Omar Chcsnut leaves today fir Toledo, Ohio where he has a ...cc position. Rev. Geo. Childress of V was in Mt Vci..jn Thursday. 3 mixed .180301" Butter, Eggs and Poultry Itutter Whole milk creamy extras 37c; conlrall.etl extras .Tic; llrsls lX)c; fancy dairy 23c. IIkks Kxtr.1 llrsls 22J4 ; firsts 214c! ordinary firsts 20i'. l.Ue I'millry llrollers IU l.n and nor ISc! fowls I llm mid Ut -- l',4c; .under 4 1'jk IM'.fci'i ionics I Live Stock chulee 57..V1 Cattl- e- xteur, pnni 8.j0; fair in jjimiI ?(l5uff".00: to fair ?4 ,Ki .Mi heifer, ,'ood to tlmlre i'SrWIUri: fu r In KH...I W 8..M: riiiiiiuoii In fnJr .JfllllK); cows Xiiixl tu chiilre (.'fill: iimioro MS -.- 7i": tcnk fU'ern ?itt7; tn k heif.""Till com-mu- ll ' Hay and Grain No. 2 while O70O7c; No. 5 yellow CiViOROc; No. .1 whlto C0V4W No. 4 07c J No. .1 ypllow No. 4 ypllow 010 white OlVicj No. 2 mixed (MKOOWc. Wlirat No. 2 rod $l.Xtjl.:U; No. a ?i.:)OI..tj; Nn. I $uriOlio. Otiln NO. 2 whltp I2042M: No. 3 I Hf II 'n'l No. 2 mixed lOffJlc; No. Corn PULASKI COUNTY n - OIGIc; Summer Schoo WILL BEGIN " .MUBBK) , . ed or loosened to head on eartli lit miy Iu In Iwki, I'm MiiiMt us the enmrtesl of CMiftrt 'in. I've got 'cm lienlfii u hundred wiijh. You m tiling me iunftern hair tut or out in the wind mid easo mo out again after a ruin pr when you want plenty of headi pom. My price for all those mlvnti-tuyu.- i, U the Miie you would pay liUM smart cap that none of them. fr any I AM, CAl TIIK "SUKE-F1(JET ME. T" Cnpt. Kenneth Holmes will arrive Saturday to visit Miss Martha Sparks. C. C. Williams ond daughter Miss Rissc, arr spending a few days in Louis wile. Mr. Hugh Finley, of Williamsburg spent, Friday night with friends in Mt. Vcriion. Palncc Joplin and Viss Christine Jcp'in pcnt the week end with Mrs. Jamrs Ricklcs. Miss Ruth Mullins left ycstci-da- y for n visit with her brother, Mendel Mullins, i.i Corbin. Dr. D. B. Southard of Stanford was in town yesterday enroute to his mothers in this county. Mr. ond Mrs. Ap Taylor.of Brodhead, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Pros Fralick. Mm. T. I. Niceley wu in Lon don Monday and Tuesday with her daughter .Mrs. Earl Cox. -- Miss M uthn Riker has returned to Lexington after spending a week with Miss Martha Sparks. Monday, June 5th : School Will Be Held in High School Building, Somerset. r.i? U : r. "x- - ers fair to kooJ .fSOHl; t'it.i- - (lnnj to clinic u $1010.r.0: nnd cuinmon lnrxc ?."i07. Sluep Cood to clioU'C $10.00; fnlr In Km id $2j)l; common $11..U; I.iiiiIk kuijiI tn I'luilcc fiGipWM; fair to guml Si:t01O. Hobs Heavy $11; choice packers and butdiera $11 ; medium $11 ; common to choice heavy fat sows $709; llKbt shippers $11; pigs (110 pouutU and less) $81L SIX WEEKS TERM Every Day Except Saturday and Sundays J Free Tuition to Those Eligible Able Instructors. Pleasant Surroundings. Summer School as is given t,-- " The same credits will be given for work done Jn the in the Normal School. jw9KftB3Mn9C' W Bert Baker the well driller, is now drilling for water LVfa W nt the home of J. W. Riddle at Cove. WANTS TO BUY ALL YOUR Mrs. Byron B. Begley, of Lon don, arrived yesterday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Johnson. Miss Frances Sparks has returned from Hopkinsville, where she attended the Federation of Women's Clubs. The GREEN FRONT Phone 78- Judge L. W. Bcthurum was in .Lexington and Cincinnati the first of the week Anyone drafting hem stitching QUILA ADAMS or picoting done, apply to Mrs. AND ALL KINDS OF .1. B. McKcnzic, Richmond St., Mt. Vernon, Ky. Miss Doiothy Albright will go to Lexington Saturday to see her cousin. Frank Baugh, graduate HE ALWAYS PAYS THE EVERYfrom State College. MOST FOR THING IN THIS LINE. Mr. E C. Walton of the LHHBIIIKlSRKfj LUBBIIIIIIV BRING THEM IN TO Journal and Mr. Henley DOWELL AND GET Cash were up from Stanford THE CASH. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Davis, who has been suffering from an attack of acute indigestion, we are glad to report is improving rapidly. Sprowles, of Miss Hannah Old Bank Bu lding Langdon School, was called home Monduy on account of the seriChurch t. ous illness of her father. Telephone No. 14 Mr, and Mrs. Mathew Finel arc rejoicing over the arrival of a handsome little son. May 27th, Mrs. W. H. Miller and little christened I ''chard Welsh. daughter Darotb arrived from There are tew readers on the Chau Mr. and Mrs. Earl vCox of Big Stone Gap, Va. Wednesday tauqua platform that can so thoroughLondon, arc rejoicing over the and will visit relatives and friends ly entertain an audience as doei arrival of their first born, a fine in Mt. Vernon for a couple of Gulla Adams. During bar eight yean weeks. platform work she has gained the boy, christened Robert Earl Jr. ot Mrs. J. M. Adams, one of unique reputation ot presenting u Mrs.. John Robinson and dautrlctljr Individual program of storlea Brodhcad's most succcssfull busi ghter motored thru from Jackson(vlt. Vernon and monologues arraugod and writville and spent Wednesday night ness women, was in ten for her excluslre use. Monday and while here cnlled witli Dr. A. G. Lovcll and family Miss Adnms At our Ch'uutauqua, on the Signal and renewed her will tiro as a part ot her program' her P. A. Wollenbcrger, Sheriff of subscription. favorite monologue, which was given Estil County, wife and baby 1,000 times to doughboys In the Mrs. S. D. Lewis left last SatPenUnited States, England. France and visited Dr. and Mrs. M. urday for Chattanooga, Tcnn., nington over the week end. Qermanjr. where she will remain for a short visit . Mrs. Sarah Weber, Mrs. Lewis's mother, will return with H. her and spend the summer here. PRESENTS W. H. Davis, Assistant Cash ier of the Peoples Bank moved this week into his newly constructed home in the Bethurum IN fit Lewis Addition on Richmond Street. well-know- CAR 'adjustable SUREST a visit to Camp Knox and Louis ville. tha Sparkle Missse Fi$ncet, Bess and Mar- Femc.nber, the salary schedule Will provide for an increase in salary for those who attend this School. App!i:ants are welcome from Counties that have no Summer Schools. Send your name in early. Make preparations now to attend the full six weeks ,M returned from DOWELL CHICKENS EGGS r LEONARD E. MEECE, tamamsmamm Catarrh Is a IcalJftase creaUjr Influenced by ConatltiBial conditions. IIALAS CATAIflBMEDICINE or an OlntroeoSltlch Elves Quick Ilellef by local apllcatlon, and the Internal Medicine.--" .Tonic, which acta through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces and assists In rljllne your System JM of Catarrh. Sold by drueelsts foTover 40 Tears. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O. F. J. - County Superintendent &3&X&&G&G$ b W. BETHURUM ATTCHNEV AT LAW MT VKUNON..KY. TURKEYS HAMS GINSENG YELLOW ROOT CATARRH con-sla- ts party better The camping known to us as the Cliff Apes are spending a week on Rockcastle River. Tuesday. June 6th H. McLaughlin, West ot the Rio Grande A Big In loving memory of Glcnna Marie Purcell who departed this life May 29, 1921. No one knows the silent heart-'ach- e ' ' ation Picture, Boone Way WHY SUFFER FROM Feature. Right Corpor- 3t-3- 2 PRODUCE Mrs. C. D. Sutton. Misses Bess Povnter and Martha Burdinc and Messrs. D. C. Poynter and C, D. Sutton motored over to Lexington Wsdncsday and spent the day. RHEU-MATISM- ? DOWELL 1 Jacksonvill , Fla., where she atBaptist tended the Southern Convention. She reports 15 ooo people in attendance and of the delegates to the Women's Missionary Convention, Kentucky's quota of 40 were all present. While in Jacksonville, Mrs. Pennington made a trip to St. Augustine und 6ther points of interest Martha Pennington returned Tuesday from a trip to Mrs. Do you know that nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the muscles or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal treatment. The pain may be relieved by applving Cham, berlain's Liniment, which makes sleep and rest possible, and that certainly means a great deal to any one afflicted with Only those who have lost can tell Of the grief that's born in silence For the one we loved so well. Tho' this world is full of trouble Full of sorrow and of pain, Yet to us it would be Heaven. If our Glenna Marie lived again. Sadly missed by mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Purcell Will practlcjain all the courtd umce on Cnurcn btreet ya&jT&DO&&: NOTICE r. 4 ! Computing scales for sale good as new at a bargain if sold at once. J. R. Dyer. Why not send your kodak finishing to "Butler" the regular photographer Lexington. Ky. 129 W. Main st. Quick Service. Special attention paid to mail orders. FOR SALE: -- Stock of Goods and store house and dwelling for Mrs. W. H. Brown rent. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 2t C. C WILLIAMS Mt Vernon, Ky. Will practice In nit the Courts State and Federal, OtHce.on Church Street. i Httornay -- at Law , i .gsmmammmmmmmmmmmmm i HE HOME OF THE SOUL. In olden times, it was believed that the scat of the soul was the s.omuch, most likely for the rca son that a man is never so completely used up as when his stomach is out of order. For the cure of ordinary stomach trouble there is nothing quite so prompt and satisfactory as Chamberlains Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally. Give them a trial. They only cost a x 1 i Rockcastle County SUMMER SCHOOL WILL BEGIN IN quarter. A party of young folks of Mt. Vernon, chaperoned by Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Griffin, arc spending the week, in camp on Rockcastle River, about three miles ahoi'c They are Misscss Livingston: Tubitha and Celia. Wade Hiatt. Sidney and Virginia Crawford, Edna Davis and Lillian Griffin, and Messrs. Jesse Fish, Richard Cox, John Laii, T. R. Richards, Rob McKenzic and Jack Craw ford. THOMAS INCB Mt. Vernon, Monday, June 5 FREE Tuition For Teachers SPLENDID CORPS OF INSTRUCTORS EVERYBODY requested to help in making this School a success and enabling Rockcastle County to secure from it the utmost degree of good. Not only is the tuition free to teachers, but all teachers attending will be given an increase in salary. All toitchsit) niul everyone in tlio County ititeruitud in UKTTKU SCHOOLS requested to bo in Mt. Voiiioii, Monday, June 5, 1922 MRS. AMOK DAVIS, County Supt. N Dougfas MscLean "The Rookie's Return" moiograpneu Dy By Archer McMackin ucn vnu Directed by Jack Nelson LOCALS Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Gentry, a baby girl, Saturday . May 27th. Mt. Vernon, the county scat of Rockcastle county, was incorporated in 1818. A Thomas II. Incc Production A PARAMOUNT PICTURE Coming Saturday Night ji rot ara. BOONS WAY THEATRE PRICE 15c and 25c. War CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC AND DIARRHOEA Every family should keep this preparation at hand du.ing the heat of the summer months. It is almost sure to be needed, and when that time comes, is worth many times its cost. Buy it now lax included REMEDY B. Lawrence and J. Muret. of Level Green, were in Mt.Vcrnon, Monduy enroute to West Virginia for a few weeks visit. Master J. Mrs. G. Miss Tanna Thompson and Al Holmes, of Crab Orchard, were in Mt. Vernon between trains, Sunday, with the family of Wm. Poynter. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis M. Miller entertained with n dinner party at the Rockcastle Hotel Saturday 6:30 to 8 oclock in honor of the Langdon Faculty. The dining room was beautifully decorated in Pink roses. Those present were Misses Benfer. Sprowles, Thompson, Oilman, Cheek, Davis, Mrs. McEwen and C. C. Davis. Mrs Miller will always be remembered by the faculty and others as the charming leader of the younger sett Mr. Miller is the premier salesman of the Upjohn Co. in the south. I .1 4 'M4.I4 T" Mt. Vernon T diam-tstTaqxist- , June22 to t- - 27 . - . . MT.VEliMdN SIGNAL, FRIDAY, jUtfE 2 1022" lVil III III III I nil "P U Lnlil Ulll Fu BUS LINE Hockceistle Gel rase -- Am tlKIl till Ull m liil i iillli ftlHtea 11111 HI im? Sm fa M Hi uH 1 11 m Tl Mr. and Mrs. J. J; Brown. Mrs II. P. Broylcs is visiting relatives at Barbourvillc. Mis3 Bess Dcbord of Bcrca spent from Satur day till Tuesd with her parents we enjoyed Mrs. J, L. Levi says letter in the Signal very fl fm Hir Etimmilr jr. Daily Bus Line between Mt. Vernon & Stanford Leaves Mt. Vernon . u B rod head ft Crab Orchard Arrive Stanford much. We hope she will write more often. Mrs. Emeline Bullock spent last week with her grand daughter Mrs. Mjrtlc Mcece M. E. Anders jn wat in Mt. Vernon Saturday. Mi s Ess c Brown spent Tuesday night with Miss Lena McWilliams. -Miss Jewell Bloomer spent Sunday with horn folks nt Oc 'n. Mr. nd Yrs.O. J. Mullins pent Sunday with Mrs. Nannie Vn hook. A. C. Sowdcr h?s been seriously ill but is some better.Miss Margaret Mullins returned to Bcrca last Monday after a lew days visit with her parents Mr and Mrs. Wade Mullins. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hatcher were down from Mt, Vernon last week with the family of his brother 0. L. Hatcher. - Was M Very 1 Weak ," 5 "After the birth of my baby 1 had a back-sete, writes Mrs. Mallle of Qlade Spring, Va. "I was very 111; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardul." Cross-whil- TAKE GOING Acey Hotel Leaves Stanford 400 P.M. a Springs Hotel Crab Orchard 5 00 " Will stop at Goodie Garden for passengers for Brodhead and Mt. Vernon tl Albright Hotel Brodhead S:fin P.' M. Arrive Mt. Vernon 6 00 4 RETURNING 1230 100 130 215 p.m. ft CLEARED OUR SUMMFR HOME OF RATS" by Mrs. Petry. HOW WE Rockcastle Hotel u Albright Hotel Springs & Fish Hotel Acev, Hotel "When we opened our seaside home last May, it wasSdivc with rats. They gnawed all the upholstering. Vc cleaned them out I in a week with RAT-.SNApcrfcr this rat killer because it comes in cake form, no mixing. Saves dirtying hands and plates " Three sizes 35c. 65c, $1,25. Sold and guaian'.ccJ b Davis Drue Store and C. C Cox. GARDUi The Woman's Tonic "1 found alter one bottle of Cardul 1 was improving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six bot1 tles of Cardul and was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-sei- d to me. I believe I would have died, had It not been for Cardul." Cardul has been found beneficial In many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardul? It may be Just what you need. B R O M O ... One-Wa- y - MT. VERNON to MT. VERNON to CRAB ORCHARD MT. VERNON to. STANFORD . 1 . Fare BRODHEAD ing 4 $1.00 $1.50 2.00 1-00 Farmers are prrtty well up with their work. - Tom Noe Jr. son of J. B. Noe of this place, was shot and killed at Typo, in Perry County May 20th. His remains were brought here and laid to rest in Rock Springs Ccm-ctarHe leaves a wife and six children to mourn his loss. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved ones. Sncrman Chcsteen attended the commencement exercises at Langdon School Monday evening. E. L, Cress who is working at Lockland spent last week with his family. Chester Brown is working at Lockland. is visiting Miss Ollie Chastecn relatives in Mt. Vernon and attending the closing exercises of Langdon School. T. J. Niceley D. G. Clark, Monroe Miller, olm Mink and others came over An V .' BRODHEAD to CRAB ORCHARD BRODHEAD to STANFORD CRAB ORCHARD to STANFORD One-Wa- y . r k kxxil . 1.50 1.00 Fare Beturnin; $1.00 1.50 2.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 STANFORD to CRAB ORCHARD STANFORD to BRODHEAD STANFORD to MT. VERNON CRAB ORCHARD to BRODHEAD I CRAB ORCHARD to MT. VERNON BRODHEAD to ML VERNON Let This Ccrd GuidfeYm This card will solve your nrobinrn "What color shall I paint my house?" You can't possibly go wrong. It gives colors suitablo for home of any style of architecture, both "body colors" und "trims." It also tells about the best paint made: HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT Green Seal is a paint built to givi good looks and long woar. In oven' way it gives tho biggest possible value for your paint dollar. Formula is printed on every packago. Sold by We respectfully ask the patronage of the traveling public and return we guarantee the cry best service. Patronize Mt.Vernoh Stanford Bus Line B.W. &Y Perciful, Mngr. Taxi Service 83, z BtoP m A Very Easy System has tried NE OF OUR O several plans forPATRONSa record of keening all his income and expense during the year but he has found all of them a lot of trouble to keep up But he has a fine system now. The bank is keeping this record for him. He deposits all his earnings in the bank and then he writes checks for all the money he spends. Even for his pocket money he writes a check once in a while and marks it "Misc. Exp." When he wants to know the amount of his income he looks at his Bank-book- . When he wants to find out what he is spending, he looks over his Cancelled Checks. By sorting these old checks into several piles he finds what he is spending for food, clothing, fuel, etc. That plan is easy. 1 1 is safe and business-like- , too. e. home after a months stay with spending a few das with his her sister Mrs. Jamie Mcccc. brothers Richard and Haskill. W. F. The singing at Friendship Willie Dcnney has moved a saw week.--Mr- Dcbord was very sick last MT. VERNON. KY. . s. I. E. Price suffered which is being conducted by mill to W. E. Thomas's place and will aw out a boundry of the loss of a fine Jersey cow last Henry F. Todd is progressing mud. The women of Kentucky-befor'mm Mt Vnrnnn nnn attended week.- - Miss Georgia Gentry has niceley with a large attendance timber. -- Misses Hazel and Gladys s they had the vote, and most everyone seems interPrice hiive returned from Mt. returned from a two weeks visit the funeral of Thomas Noe. found fighting for proScott and Sherman Chas. Vernon. where they have been in at Quail. J. L. llnsty was ia John ested." Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lawteen arc planning to attend the gressive measures and now that rence spent Sunday with "Uncle Langdon School. Ben Thompson Stanford Saturday and Sunt'ny they have the vote it is doubly summer school at Mt. Vernon has gone to Ohio to work during Miss Vada Dick" Stevens. Mrs. Zclma Mullins of Living which will becin June 5th. We important that they should conllibbard has returned to her the summer.- - Robert Ccntry'is ston has been visiting hci urcn'.s tinue their efforts toward all pro-- , cant sec how any family who has grcssive legislation." Senator and the interest of their county commended the Moss highly community at heart can afford A DRAMATIC MOMENT IN THE POPULAR PLAY, "POLLY OF THE OIROUS." to try to get along without the present State Highway Comission for the work they have done, and Signal LEVEL GREEN DEE CUMMINS I were-alway- ih1 wnrar iPtillr lMrTITTi iIaH Stiong. MliiUtu-- , GOT REAL MAD WHEN I LOST MY SETTING HEN," Mrs. Hannan. "I went into the hen house one morning and found my favor ite setter dead. I got real mad. Went to the store, bought some RAT-SNAand in a week I got six dead rats. Everybody who ." raises poultry should keep Three sjzes, 35c. 65c. Sold and guaranteed by $1.25 C. C. Davis C. C, Cox. I RAT-SNAP- The Peoples Bank Mt.Vernon fcrJol yjfcM&WrtrM Kentucky vfrt jmm I'olly or the Circus Is to bo tho play on our Chautauqua tills season, Everybody lias beard of tbls play, for! no more popular play lms over been pioduceU. It had Ioiik iuus lu Now. York and other Uiko cltlos. Us conlrul ctu circus rider, Jo) minister, Toby, the boss cauvu who Is well as lutcicstr tliu tlm cturs are I'olly, the Uouglas, the young clown, Iilg Jim, Mies Perkins, In the mini ter as h, Deacon Muudy, the tulle i.vu colored bervuut, and Hasty, her lazy husband It Is a phty that will uevci ba for-agotten by those who seojt, for tho? will love I'olly ond Toby and th SENATOR WHITr: MOSS ON THE ROAD QUESTION. Senator Moss addressed the annual convention of the State Federation of Women's Clubs, at Hopkinsville, recently, on the subj ct "United We Move For ed We Stick In The Mud," and pleaded with the women to aid in "taking Kentucky out of the mud " He said "Two thirds of the people in the state are in the mud, and the mud sluvc8 of Kentucky are interested in any kind of a program that will lift them out of the ward-Divid- counties of the state'1 to build) roads where Federal aid funds were not available, "but, on thei other hand, that a monument should be erected to them for their ability to get money with: which to construct this primary system of roads." It is Senator Moss's belief that the bond issue for roads will be the paramount issue in the campaign of 1023 and that the party that nominates for its candidate a man who will go before the ' people of the state and advocate a bond issue for roads will be overwhelmingly elected Governor in 923. Certainly there is no more crying need in Kentucky today than roads. 1 said' TheStateHighway Commis:-- . ion should not bejeondemned for begging $1,600,000 from the rich CASTOR IA Mints For and Children Always In Use For Over 30 Years bem ff .1 . E&&B gwe" jxm-- '