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Hjoa lm fUll -r wHF. aim speak, you feel AiSAri Ith a real moa rewound X- Cut out pumps in dainty stiar and ducklc designs. Comfort and come' lincss combined in our newest tlerf, palrl wWeh' "for Ml 1W&:; "FlihthMf. given rfklw tl. IUPH1 tibn'end.' ?,B RrV IKaraSoe Dr: Cbor fc h- Iniysatia, rnotliera? rnncb ii)T to com: - j" ..'-- '" '5 JttlJ? I ALL-WOOr -- hH . 'their livef;LKOrjMi " MTLar. jt frakr' making! fa.aK. jBTr .N. .H--. convictions id lofty Idealism Id give bis life ch" was the title lonately by his overseas. lie has achlno gun In pep of "Dllly In style and ap- n b6en compared t favorlto with I as fathers and res him quite as ag boys and elrls j k seriously of lly bis out of d M .:x t - - y -- . ft 7 1 ' r v.l"7 -- -- Mrlv ) m & ' . ),-, r AT " ' 7r Mr- y The dpacJ Foot it irb-jComfor- vV. mmwrzm?. "21S. Calling! tl. im' -- v . .. . .. 'v.",. 3KtfCrVk-"-v fj "J' - Jr'ft--'- .5 .u . S, . .v n J t Prepare for trf'c- call of the open road and the intriguing lane. But keep comfort in mind ifTfjywh to enjoy4 nature in all r ncrgioiy. - oijBHBo .DKiLma L . ' CLOTHING Gt J,! iSjr 'ticket J UNE 22-3- 7 Now Foo't'vodr vay in comfort shov active comionaoiy. foot your way in the Red Cross , ) 7f I Tf mimi-- 1 N , flllA ' - ill . v. ''T--'- x J. If rrair tiiMMim -" 1. .. li-I- v. T-, "- - rv77A 1 hi I ?rfjasr ' - rf- -. When he sees gsters pla jng Polly ani yard he im- in the rriediatelv CtfelSVb' "out haVing her sent awa rwiMiith e preacher re- urnedt tafflhf)us triots. cauelit a out nyv little Polly 'and UiJ'. mniBHK' in his yard u- MfBe Comfort is an assured comrade always, all day, because this shoe is made to fit the foot in action designcd'tdjlead an v. r li.. 111c We take a justifiable pride in our display of Red Cross Shoes. Come and see it. You will say it is the smartest linV in"town. You will find several models catching, your eye ' U.. vamping your interest.'' V W . B9o I c" iImM t:Bh s oHHESo i ' 11 i irri (- " i ETT- T- 'Tw.-'im-nin-'- - All of .them are .moderately priced. vNt.MWBW? d by giving tgffjp . 5Si3K&. .4s - Myyjl "" v" iKAJiCPSMB. tfn n Pprlcins. whose "MeTljfiTSH Jl M!r. "ft mMm t :'TSLmuHUHb htihimHe, SHPn -- -- W. A. McKenzie We Fill Mail Orders - Fone No. 36 of home life, and her first lessons in the Bible and becomes a regular attendant at the church. As her convalescence progresses she makes the preacher's ,vard a playground for the children round MILLER BUILDING ") Because of the accident, Polly POLLY OF THE CIRCUS cannot leave with the circus: and "Polly of the Circus," the great is the dismay of Toby, the New York play that is coming clown, u'nd Big Jim the boss can with our Chautauqua, telU u vas man, for they promised her a charming story. Poll.'s mother mother that they would look it appears, was the greatest cir- after Polly as long as they lived. world and Polly However, as time, tide and the cus rider in the is now queen of the ring. An ac circus wait for no man, they Polly is thrown cident befalls bow to the inevitable. With their from her horse and injured, they consent, Polly stays at the par carry her to the house nearest ftonage in care of Mandy the the circus grounds. It happens "negro servant. And the to be the parsonage. There she gels her first glimpse preacher is single. about. The preacher enjops this immensely. But Deacon Strong objects and so docs Mi-.- Perkins. The Deacon has decidedly nar row views as to the amount of s pleasure folks should have in this world. Life, be believes, should to the church has been quicken-e- d by her interest in the unmarried parson, is jealous when she finds Polly awakening him to the sweetness of life a thing she herself had not been able to accomplish. She too, concludes that Polly should not be there. The climax comes when the circus returns to that neighborhood and Deacon Strong sees n chance to take matters into his own hands and force Polly to go away. But the p:eachcr has learned his lesson well. He cant say goodbye to Polly, for she has taught him that life, without losing anv of its earnestness, can at the same time be joyous. So he ar"' little Polly arc married, and all are happy except rhc Deacon and Miss Perkins. It is a beautiful play, White and therefore it is only a pla allows itself to be more romatic and tender and thrilling than real life ordinarily is, it ncverthc less rings true. You might call it a pretty fable. The moral is, never suppose that relig:on forbids joyousness, and if it seems prepostrous that a circus rider should be u swett nnd lovch girl. ?9S?x.V mt: vernoi &?&$& ' $: 1 lope Mvnn . i !. 4 then someone has a wrong idea of the circus. Those who know tell us thats its moral atmosphere is above reproach. The part of Polly will be played by Miss Eileen Cosgreif of New York, who two seasons ago pleased so greatly as "Peg" in "Peg of My Heart." Harry Huguenot and Joseph Lavallierc, the stars of last season's "Friendly Enemies" are members of the company which is said to be one of the best that ever played on the Chautauqua. Here Next Week. June 22-- 27 (Jel Your Season Tic kets NOW. (150 RHWARO !mmJ i'r -A meeting of the religious forces met last Sunday at the Rockcastle County offers a reward of $150 for any information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who murdered Abe Chasteen, some few years ago. Governor Morrow has been asked to double the reward and it is highly prob able that he will. This paper will advise later on toat point. The interests of justice demand that such crimes not go unpunished. S. F. Bowman, County Judge. Fi sh's jf&HSpecial w m vVvTf Lr. Jw kE M' sLTHECASH Store L fcA c loth c ' JiiWi JWwUw 1 luiWim wtKHtHKKKt Christian Church at Livingston where a few had gathered to talk over problems concerning the Bible School work of the County There were several splendid messages brought to us. The first was a talk by Mrs. L. M. Miller of lt. Vernon on Young Peoples Work, next Miss Louise Landrnm of Mt. Vernon gave a talk on Religious Education and its needs Bro. S. T. Proctor spoke to us on Organizat'on of the Adult Classes and the benefits derived thru organization. Rev, J. W. Ligon also of Mt. Vernon gave a splendid address on Administration. There were just a few prrsent but we are sure that there was much good accon piished. C C Davis, MASONIC CELEBRATION at Woodstock, Ky. June 24th. There will be an all day meeting of Masons at Woodstock on Vernon. MfcWim,'nBTrr.&ra.-iyiiMg'-i;yK.- """glMfTTiUni IB illTWfn I'M iUP ilTiHiailB- - Boys, F ve Got 'em for yon this time Best corn Tuxedo Chops Big White Oats per bu. $1.00 ioo lb. bag 200 per bu ,60 Pearl and Dolly Varden Flour .95 ' White Loaf . . . .85 Sunny South & Royal Bumper Meal .50 " June 24th and a splendid time is expected. A fine program has been arranged with a number of good speaker:). All Masons are invited to be present. For Sale Meat 2XEZ2ZZZZ2XX Plenty Lard, Sugar and Peaberry Coffee. Heavy Grocery line. V Anything in the 2X1 f f 2XT Market WELL EQUIPPED WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT ONCE Don't forget I have the White Naptha Soap, the best soap on the market for laundering clothes. The girls make the hard water foam. When you get dry, come in and take a snip of my old barrel goods and hear the news over the Radio while you cool (for CoIa) Mama will take pleasure in entertaining you and telling you of all the happenings in and around Mt. Vernon. Headquarters for News. ' J. W. Rider THE MAN THAT FEEDS THE BABIES SEE DAILEY AT ROCKCASTLE HOTEL ZXE I"f iXT XXZEBa OWENS MT. VERNON. KY. OR r w MT. VERNWSIGNAL MT, VERNON Published every Friday by MRS. Entered at th Ml Veruou, Ky, IVuto'Ec SIGNAL .?.T ANNF.-EVANS 11 7 ... BOHUMIR KRYL AND HIS BAND 'U MILLER mail .under, at itronri.ciaM Floor Coverings Fine Quality Matting Rugs 9x12 Best Grade Wool & Fibre 9x12 $18.50 Lincoln Brussels 9 x 1 2 $35.00 Victory Axminster 9x12 Linoleum, $1.00 persq. yard Gold Seal Congoleum 9x12 HHHHBHlBLnJfttKV3Btovf Tf- 'PI MB TABLK. yuJ Ml 111 .0) J I 3 V 1X ft S 1 co. .'2 21 )!l ... north norm 5.I5 p in ll-- looitv.it nmio run amitl svuiu .'I .South ....... ......11 3:15 a ni . Cherochee Grass Rugs 9x 12 Mam am M JAR. LaNDKUM, AgeUt. $8.50 $4.50 $14.00 i i'hone No. 18. Livingston News Elit.il j vViLJv1 PERGONALS AND SOCIAL M. OWENS y Fcii it,? JIEiBUa xViHMPsLisfl . C: L. Black is on the sick list. Walter Niccley was at lierea Mom ay. C. C. Brown was in Ml. Vernon Tuesday. Miss '.Margaret Sinyleton went to Berca Sunday. Walter Owens of Mt. Vernon was here Tuesday. W. R. Gott, the restaurant man was in Bcrcu Saturday. Wm. Enlter of Pine Hill was here b;lw e trains Sunday. Dr. Tyiei of London the den list is i ir town this week. Mr . J Mrs. O. D. Bryant of Mt. was here Sunday. W. A. Cromer the Livingston contractor was in Berca Saturday Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Owens and Lchildrcn were in Mt. Vernon Sun Miss Jalettc Griffin and others who had been up the river on a fishing trip passed passed here Friday. We failed to get ' the names of the others who were in the crowd. When vou arc in our town let us know it, it will be a special favor to us to find out who you are, where you arc going as the Signal and myself like to know these things. ?v ffi avt- S WT Ka?ftaaBv,Tjbr.hr"fl'llaMaM BaBWlaM without border Good Rubberlin Rugs 9x12 $10.00 $12.00 The revival meeting held at the Christian church for the past two weeks conducted by Rev. Dunn of Louisville assisccd by Rev. L. N. Bowling of Brod-hca- d closed last Saturday night Rev. Dunn with 40 additions. is a good speaker and can explain the bible until a child can understand. Rev. Bowling hand led the singing which he is well qualified to do. Large crowds at' tended almost every night and much good was accomplished. Everybody knows of llohumlr Kryl who are heralded as the greatest attraction appearing on Chautauqua, Mr. Kryl, often stled the greatest cornetlst la the world, la today ranked us ono of the live great bandmasters ot the wot Id. Kryl nuil Ills Hand, and His Band have given concerts In fluent Chautauquas could nffurd to nenily all the great cities of America. hare melt a magnificent attraction. They have made many Victor We are sure everybody will be look lug forward to their concerts with Wo are happy In announcing Krjl koen anticipation, nnd that the slzo and Ills Hand for one day's program of tho crowd to hear them will bo In on our Cliautuug.ua with full concerts keeping with tho bigness of the atboth afternon and night. Only tho traction. roc-ord22-3- C- - C- PHONE cox KY- 44 MT. VERNON. h 47 1 MT. VERNON, JUNE 7 Get youi se..on tu.ku Now given unlimited space for play and all the shallow water for fishing on condition that thej are unmolested by the eluer members. 10 an unknown item AVI. member we joyfully bequeath our own iviissing Links love of theft provided the same must nidc all stolen property in his suit case. Item XVII. Having no farther use for his Hcrculian strength Tarzan wills to all an equal share of above mentioned physical power, on condition that each in his turn carries the "Racing Shark" from Livingston to the riverside. To you, female members of the Less Roj al P. P's wc with sad regrets on Sunday June 4tl turn over the faithful tent No komis and its use. for four days, also the use of each piece of furniture, especially the inexpensive mahogany dressing table, pro vuicu ti is neither scarred nor left to the exposure of the sky On entering the kitchen bc- h Id the trustworthy Hirschvogcl the masterpiece of Tarzan, and remember that for even piece of clay lost another must immed iatcly take its place or you suffer me curse 01 the Koyal ilan ol Clief Apes. Our less majestic c5 Mt. Vernon Monumental WORKS Henry . day. country last week whoKalvin Another killing occurcbi our Mrs. C. L. Hughes and little eon Wilffam, are visiting relatives in Paris. . Mrs. Matilda Woodall of London, Ky. is visiting relatives neie this week. Sam Mullins who is working at Ravenna was with homefolks Tuesday. We learn that Thomas Daugh-ert- y was strickencd with paralysis Sunday. s W. S. McQirfre of Norman Oklahoma is visiting his brother J. C. McGuire. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKen-z- ie and children of Mt. Vernon visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Brady Sunday. Miss Gladys Puce of Level Green has returned libme after a few days visit with her sisters Mrs. F. E. Mullins and Mrs. A. E. Rice. ," Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Catlin and son John of Louisville have re. turned home after a isit with her parents Mr. p"a MW. G. Niceley. . t l nomas Moore has returned from London after undtrgoing an operation for appendicitis. He stood the operation fine and is improving fast, George Mullins who died last Friday at his home in Louisville was buried here Saturday. He was a brother to our townsman Arch Mullins he was laid to rest in the Ward burying ground to await the call of his Master. Mrs. Jennie Cockrell received a message from KnoxvilL- - Tenn. Sunday that her sister, Mrs. James Davis was dead and she left for that city no 23. Mr. Davis is a conductor on the Knoxvil e Division of the L &. N railroad. Kir-bBarnes was killed by and we undersJnoV that whiskey was dircctlv or undircct-lthe cause. Haw long, oh holong will this poisonous stuff ue made, the worst enemy that man can have on earth. We truly hope that Judge Kennedy and all tic officers will still make the fight on moonshine and bootleggers harder and harder until not one will be left in the country. We can see in the last twelve months let the a great imp.vement, good work go on and when the last drop has been banished irom the earth Satan will about be out of a job. he .can bank his fires , hang crepe on the gates of torment and hang out the sign, "Hell for Rent"-- . - k Daily-Pro- p. WHY SUFFER FROM RHEU MATISMf Do you know that nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism of the arc simply rheumatism muscles cr chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any internal tnatment. The pain may be relieved by oppl ing Cham, berlain's Liniment, which makes sleep nnd rest possible, and that certainly means a great deal to any one afflicted with rheumatism PERSONALS AND SOCIAL Mrs. E. J. Brown of Stanford was the guest of Miss Susie Thompson and Mrs. C. D. Sutton Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Arthur Aurcdon will return Sunday to her home in Cin cinnati after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richards. Little Misses Ccphaand Willie Elizabeth Davis are spending the summer with their sister. Mrs. Ethel Greenwood, at Washington ONTARIO INDIANS ON A TARE Plan To Set Up Campt At Point Pelee, Claimed As Their Anceiton' Land Wlndwir. (hit Nullum 1 A tuind rvni-lift1 of Hit1 SO l llovern-- t y If you are in the market for a monument or tombstone call on me and get my new I can prices before you buy elsewhere. sell you what you want at the rfeht price. 34-2t Will of the Royal Clan of'CIief Apes We the members of the Cjief Ape Clan,' being ot sane mind and having reached the end of our first camping trip of the season of 1q22, do hereby will and "bequeath the use of the Royal ' .ur -Tj ' Dn Roval P P s L, .four - four Jays only, at the expiration of said purod of time the key to the Royal Den n.ust be given to our chief, "Tarzan of the Apes." Personal properties and attainments of the Clief Apes are bequeathed as follows; Item I. "Blondie" Ape be. qucaths her love for the water to Daisy provided she staVb in the of the time with water weights on her feet and wings around her neck. Item II. The "Missing Links" gift for singing is given to Floyd on condition that he sing the so bestows upon Derby keys and care of the Royal Den, who must remodel, if necessary, the stove and other furniture belonging to said property. Indiana. ' Anglin was in the city Saturday. R. L. Matlinglv is in Lexington this week having dental work done. J, E, Woodall, a salesman of g London was .here Tuesday s hands with our merchants. ak-in- Deputy Sheriffs Mink and ,..., Item VIII. To Mabel. "Tybee" bequeaths her .'love for roving and capacity for convci ting "The wisdom of the forest" into nourishment for other 'members ofwthjf. 0 tniJ, sum uuurisnmcn.. a' east two meals each day. ai R. H. Hamm (better known as Tede) the hustling flour salesman of Brodhcad was here Monday, Now we have a bus line between this place and Mt. Vernon making two trips daily. What will be the next improvement on two-thir- docket. The Bridge iron for the bridge at Parkers creek acroess Rockcastle river that was shipped here has been hauled there and it will not be long until that one is completed, Item IX. The "Giant Apes" willingness to lend his ready assistance and protective power is bequeathed to Bob provided he cut the necessary 113 cords per day. saw the unnecessary 71 cords per night, and ever keep in readiness the Rattle ax. Item X. "Wonder" Ape will ingly bestows the fluent use of her biceps to Jalettc on condition that she spend three hours of the waking day and two hours of the sleeping da in the southwest corner of the tent, Nokomis" in extinguishing said tent of in- - CASTO.RIA THE CHAUTAUQUA'S JUNI.OR FESTIVAL At four o'clock next Thursdav afternoon the Chautauqua's Junior tent will go up. At seven o'- Ohildiven Ovy FOR FLETSHL'R'S The following Brodhcad people attended church here last Thursday evening: Mrs. James Dc Vault, Mrs. Virgil Martin, Mrs. Richard Martin. Miss Sall.ve Brooks and a Mrs. Long. 4c7nBHl9pHBtak3tefc. vVfjij Special id 1 J vjhoesthe Cash Store called "Army Song Book" thru three consecutive times including index and one time backward with "Mother Machrce" once before each meal. Item III. The "Tent Pole" bequeaths her ability to climb trees to Lucy provided she will not pollute the "Royal Beech" by attempting to ascend same earlier than four o'clock in the morning. Item IV. To Julian, "Ye Pappey" bequeaths his power to converse with the inhabitants of the surrounding villuges without the use of a radio. Item V. Mr. and Mrs. "John the Pirate"' give their marriage certificate to Dess and Ted only for the aforesaid four days, provided it is satisfactory to all concerned. Item VI. To Ethel "Jupe" will her art to entertain, on the living trapeze, the other members of the Less Royal P. P's., on condition her vocal chords are silent during the entire performance, Item VII. "Tarzan of the Apes" Wi' wfjlflr r. H But while the enjoyment of music is thus brought within the grasp of boys and girls, it is the same enjoyment of music that adults require. They, as well clock the children's play festival as the children, will value the will begin. It is free to all the lessons and it is hoped that many adults will prepare to enter the hoys and girls of this community. culminating memory contest, The Junior Director will open whose object will be to sec who the festival- with a demonstration can successfully give the names in musical appreciation, enabling and composers of twelve musical the children to make their start masterpieces played on the afterin acquiring the art of listening noon of the contest. The evening to music. Then will come singing blue ribbon prizes will be awardwith the Victrola. followed by ed to those who have coircclly rhythmic exercises with colored named the selections and their paper balls. Folks dances come composers. next. There wi'! also be boys' Next Thursday's play relay races and a hunt for three festivals will not only Junior us serve an Junior season tickets. introduction to the course in The full course in musical ap- musical appreciation but will at preciation, for ' which Junior the same time give Chautauqua season tickets are girls a chance to the boys and formal required, is based on a new possession of their take tent. Thruout method, one of whose leading the Chautauqua session it is to piinciples prescribes the avoidbe theirs. The boys will put it ance of difficult and mysterious up. The boys will keep it in terms. The new method assumes order. that in speaking of music, just as The Junior tent is made of in speaking of other things, the khaki simular to the big Chaudirector may use simple language tauqua tent and has a fence readily understood. By way of showing how attractive learning surrounding it. These Junior tent to enjoy music really is,, we give used this year by White & Myers Chautauqua System in their the titles of eight lessons; , Junior work, are the first Junior 1. What'son the insideof music, tents ever used in Chau2. Music is a Language; What tauqua. They should add greatDoes it Say to You.' ly to the pleasure of the young3. Making Friends with Tunes. ster. 4. How Do You Do. Mr. - recommends""cHaMber-lain'- s tablets- - Countries. 8- - 5. Songs and Singer. 6. Jnstrumental Music. 7. Music of the C. C WILLIAMS . Attorney Mt. Vernon, Ky. at Law Far-Aw- ' Will practice la "Beautiful America.' all the Court State and federal , OHJce ou Church Street. "Chamberlain's Tablets have been used by my husband and myself off an on for the past five years. When my husband goes away from home he always takes a bottle of them along with him. Whenever I have that heavy feeling after eating, or feel dull ,und played out, I take one or two of Chamberlain's Tablets and they fix me up fine, writes Mrs. Newton Vrecland. Minoa, N. Y. Takes these tablets when troubled with constipation or indigestion and they will do you good. sect inmates. Item XI. "Ye Baby Ape" bequeaths to Sadye his frog gig and use of the Red Boat if she will keep the boat dry inside and return the gig neither bent nor broken Item XII. To you, Dessic, our Ape "Vuinp" unwillingly bequeaths her unlimited influence for winning the smiles and good favor of the visiting male friends thereby arousing in them the desire to bestow upon us the use of the "Racing Shark" along with an unlim ted supply of frozen sweets and "spirits of joy" which helped to sustain the life and vigor of the day thruout the night. Item XIII. Our "Carrier Pigeon," better known as the "Far mer" Ape, of animated and business like nature bestows upon successor the most frail member of the P P's., his power of endurance which was proven by his rising with the birds and making his early trips to the city of the "Setting Sun" where he carefully gathered and brought back to the Royal Clan, the choicest news items and messages of vital importance. Item XIV. And to the least active members of your family (to be appointed by "Tarzan) we give the task of ferrying "Carrier Pigeon's successor over the "Golden River" at 3 p. m. and 4 a. in, daily. Item XV. To Martha, Julia Floyd and Suclln, the youngest members of the P. P's. is bequeathed the gum which they can easily find by looking in any convenient parking place. Also to the inlant members is ch'-win- Mrs. Nfarv Williams and Mrs. Cleo W. Brown have returned Hout Plant Rectuei Irom an extended visit with the family of R. G. Williams in CovWnvhliiKtnn Altlmiich Congress Is not espect"l to udjourn until early ington. autumn member of tho House Mrs. Belle Lair is spending the flKiirlni; on ompletlns their work nn far week in Berca with her daughter In advance of that date, that th?y Mrs. J, W, Mullins and attendmay he aide to escape the hot Washing the commencement exercises ington Weather, and more Important thetnost of Berca Colleg. to thenfi, look after polltlenl affairs la carctul attention of each P. P, their home districts. It heromo Miss Martha Sparks was the known that tho Uouso Is planning to and must be well protected from guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lafon begin a Kerlea of three-dadampness of atmosphere as well receive in Lexington. She attended July I, eontlnlilnv them uutll th as from the movements of the the marriage of Miss Martha Ri-kSenate Completes Ih work. artful dishwashers. to Mr. Evan Juglcs. l his lair warning wc give to Ill For Corn Cobi all. keep backs bent at an angle Mrs. G. B. Lawrence and ot 45 degrees Irom time of enter Master J. J. Maret of Level Washington by Itese.ireh work ing the kitchen until departure Green were in Mt Vnrnnn vr- - chemlMi. of the Department of Agritcrday and today, enroute home culture, extending over a Ierlod of Irom same. more than tdx jears, has resulted In Moreover male members of the from West Virginia. the production from corncobs of Less Royal P. P's we with sad Miss Georgia McFerron is atMibstltutes for a wldo variety regrets, bestow to your careful tending Berca College commenceof hard rubber nnd sjntlictlc resin keeping the inhabitants of the a possible new Golden River, the Royal Beech ment exercises th s week. Miss products, us- well us acrordlng; motor fuel to nn and the Magic Swing. Also space Christine McFerron, her sister, announcementsupply, bj the department. in one corner of the kitchen for is one of the graduates The dlsfovcry, It vvas dei tared, nould your cots in cate the skys sec fit The examining trial of Willie provide a good ma'ket for waste furiu to shed tears upon you. or the Kirby, for the killing of Calvin mil. atmc phcrc prove too. frigid for Barnes was held Monday, and your temporate bodies. He was held over to the Grand Now, Hindy! Willi all solemnity and due Jury under $2000 bond. llcrlln. The reception accorded to rcspe t to the finders wc beMrs W. II Miller an,! liitln Held .Marshal llliideidiurK by tho civic queath two towels, one bath'n.i and military tiidcnt bodlex on the ocshae, one cap two cakes of soap, daughters Dorothv nnd Shirley casion of Ida present visit to the one sock, two forks, one flash Evans ni-- leaving today for their battle llelds of Kant Prussia, which light, thirty seven frog backs and Inme- - in Hicr .Slnnf- - Cnn Vn provoked a coilnt.T demonstration by one mess kit which find their ifter an extended visit with Mrs Communists at Koenlgsberg nnd a Miller's mother. Mrs. Alice Tate present resting place in the bot- and other relatives and sanguinary cluali between friends troop" und civilians, probably will tom of the Golden River. here. cau.ve the fioveriimeiit to innkc u polke, linn request that the Kleld Maralwil LOST: Ladies black umbcrclla Misses Leila and Amanda abstain from further excursions of black handle with black silk Davis were cuests at a nartv this nature. loop, bright finish ribs, new. Re- Riven by Maurice Thompson last ward if returned to W. H. Fish Friday evening at the home of Flndi Washington' Painting Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson MEET SQUIRE SIGMON and near Level Green. A good crowd foxtiistnii, Vn. Arthur IMivmmi, of flclnl Hirtralt painter of the United THE BOYS. was present and everyone reportfitiiti' Military Academy, unnounced Ik Monday morning bright and ed a nice time. had found at Wmhlngton and I.ee early, on top of the Lcvisay tun here nn nrlglual painting ol nel near town, with your tear t George Washing-ton- , by Gilbert Stuart picks, shovels nuu scrappers, The painting la estimated by art exFOR FLETCHER'S perts to be worth from $75,000 to I1000- other road making tool , nnd help them build a ne.v gra c around the hill from top or tunnel to the low gap between the Levisuy farms on the Somerset road. Squire Sigmon and the boys have been doing some fine work out that way for a few weeks and if the folks who are interested will assist them a little this coining week this change can be made and the road put on a good grade and taken off the John Wanaker, the great merchant, says: rocks. "No boy ever became great as a man. who did not ia his youlh learn the saving habit," SERVANT GIRL WOULDN'T GO IN CELLAR, Experience has taught some of "us that John FEARING RATS. knew what he was talking about Do you think so, too? Are you teaching our children the Mrs. Tcpper, Plainfield. N. J. lesion of thrift that wi'l make them self reliant savs, "Rats were so bad in our men and women? A little savings account at cellar the servant girl wouldn't our Bank for your boy or girl will prove a big go there. Bought some RAT-SNA- P incentive. Wc will open an account, no matter und it cleaned all the rats how small, and will help ou educate your out. ' RAT-SNA- P destroys rats children in the matter of thrift and modern and mice. Absolutely prevents business methods. odors. Comes in cake form, no mixing, Cats and dogs wont (ouch it. Three 35c, 65c and $1.25, Sold and guaranteed b Davis Drug Store and C. C. Cox .liicIki-olrtin:t-ctjuTRi-k- er y er IVIro, im IVInt incut park urea I .. pr imtiiI llnJr, in pri rlulin m land llu-- dm Inn' vvm Klven In their iimvhirH ly the Ilrltlili l!ov- military sor-- ! ernment In pitjiiirnt given at tin- - licglnnlm: f tlm Scvi-r.i- l hundred Hslittviilli iiii'inlnTi f tlirtrllii' iin nthiT Tho to rcarh I'ulnt lVlcv Inter. ehlef of tie trlhe, who rutin IdniKcIt "John Ionise," told a ji.irk nfflrlul It planned to enter the irk whvn the entire hand arrived, und set up Hn encampment an a nieun.s of enfordni; the rlnlin. This program, however, lms neon nrrddWted liy nmriaU ut Ottutta and Tlnval Canadlun Mounted lNditc (dure In tho park to prevent the "Invnidiin." So far us the olnrhilM hnd learned (ho Indian were uniirmod nnd no illiuirder wio nntli Ipatod. Chief I . !( said tho Indians would when their fellow hive n tribesmen urrlved, nnd added that ho desired the proenc- - of the Ikunlnlon Minister of Interior and the Superintendent of Indian Affairs. fr L- - now-wow- .-r-- V Children Orv CASTORI A Does John Know? - K good as new at a bargain if sold at once. J. R. Dyer. NOTICE Computing scales lor sale The Bank ot Mt Vernon it ' 'J V Vf r ! MT. VERNON SIGNAL 'BIBLE THOUGHT TOR TODAY THE WHITE AND BLACK MINSTEELS ' PEACE AND SAFETY Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee Isaiah 26: 3. We have employed Mr. T, C. O Mora to tak charge of the repair department of our garage. Mr. O'Mara has had 14 years as an automobile mechanic and ii rated as one of Kentucky's best. Our sli(f) is equipped with thoroughly modi r.i equipment. This means good work and good service. Give us a trial. The Bryc Garage. PERSONALS AND was SOCIAL in town ftfrj sBK JWK & mtti 0i ? whl mm 4RFK m. 1 few jk. V a$3i m m$ Two Men in Trouble x a A MAN had thought it an automobile and he wise to keep LIVE WIRE TIPS FOR Chautauqua WEEK Tip No. FOR WOMEN 1 PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY SPECIAL VALUE Sunday. Mr. C. C. William spent several days in Louisville. Mrs. Anne Evans Miller was , in Frankfort this wsek. A Sparks is spending Mr. R. the week in Pittsburg Pa. Mr. Horkclroad spent Sunday with her family in London. Jim McCnll, of Marctburg is on the sick list this week. Mrs. S. B. VcKcnzic and child rcn have returned to Stanford. Elder Logan Owens will preach a. m. at Buckeye Sunday at Mrs. Harry Houston of Hazel Patch was in Mt. Vernon last week. H. J. Cox was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday of this week. A little child of Maurice Proc-ha- s been quite ill, but is improving now. Mrs. S. T. Proctor and little daughter arc visiting in Crab Orchard. Mrs. I. M Luswell attended Berca College Commencement Wedi csday. Martin Scott was over from Clark County during the week on business. 1 1 John D Miller Tho closing day's musical attraction is a combination of tlpublo malo quartet and a popular orchustra. In addition to tho usual malo quartet favorites and comedy at our Chautuuqua noiiKi, they will sing such wonderful high class minstrelsy, In which Walt masterpieces as Pilgrim's Wood, deep baas soloist and banjolst, "Th9 Chorus" from Tannhauaer, and "Tho anil Itnlph Marshall, tenor and player Anvil Chorus" from II Trovatore on numerous Instruments, anj the end m Tliclr big musical program at night men and chief funmakers, appearing closes with a finale of In 'black face." thlily-mlnutc M f. VERNON. JUNE 22-2- Get your season ticket Now. MR!EJ Brodhead News Ci-r- No. ; Hay and Grain '.! while uVittffGflo; No. 2 : Edited by MRS. PERSONALS Mrs. AND : JENNIE ROBINS Mrs, James Painter and child- ren arc here from Haddax with her mother Mrs. N. J. Vanhook. Mrs Ernest Mosters was very sick lest week but wc arc glad to report her very much improved. Prof, J, L. Pilkenton left Sat- urday night for Beatyvillo where he is teachi8 a summer school, Mrs. W, A. Carsqn and daugh- tr: Miss Eila arc in Manchester visiting their son and brother,. G R. Carson and wife, Miss Isabella Martin has re-fi,rned11 fro.m a Peasant visit at .a,nA,1'e where she was the guest ot her cousin Miss Hazel Wallen She was accompanied home by Misses Hazel and Lillian Wallen. Mesdames L. N. Bowling and W. M. Potts were in Livingston last week to attend the series of meetings which was held there at the Christian Church by Rev. Dunn. We are to have Rev. Dunn here for a two weeks re. vival beginning the 10th of July. gas in his tank. uiost use up?" he said. One day he took an unexpected trip into the country and his gas gave out. He had to call for help. Another man had a bank account and he thought it wise to keep only a little money there ready for his checks "Why should I keep mo.icy lying idle?" he said. A special opportunity came to this man but he jid not have the money needed to swing the deal. He asked for a loan but the opportunity was gone before he was ready to act. MORAL Keep plenty of gas in your car and a fairly good bank account if you want to be ready to solve your problems as they come. Think it over. just a little "Why buy more than I ellow OTV4i-- lil '.11 (., Nil 'I 1.20 white (rJ&CI'ie; No. jfll.nv So. I !l white (Vitfj) i!l0(MV4o; No. I SOCIAL is on the jrllow Mip Tip No. 2 BOYS' BLUE SERGE SUITS ALL-WOO- (Sic; No. 2 mixed ISIKQKU: Wheat No. y red JI.'JIOl.'JTi; No. 3 VS&tSl; No. 4 ?l.l.r0il.LU Oats No. a while tOUftllv; No. .1 white :i8Hf:He; No. 1! mixed II'J SOV4e; No. 3 mixed 37:Wc. A.M. Hiatt "'J181, Bill Carmny has returned from Harlan. Miss Mattye Robins has mcascls. Mr W. B. Bussell is numbered with the sick, Little Mist Leila Mae Francis- co has measles. Uavid Craig was down from IV t. . ernon Tuesday. C. H. Frith 1ms been very sick since Tuesday of last week. .. , , , Mrs. j I . Lawrence has been very sick si.ice Thursday of last week. Wallace Haggard ' is in Eliza-be- . blown working with a bridge i rcw. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robins bnd child: en were in Mt. Vernon The Peoples Bank Mt.Vernon Kentucky 7J. la - r,i wtaV (.V',UT' Tt' - - Butter, Eggs and Poultry Ilutlar 3Se; colli Whole milk er-'iii- ) L PANTS LINED SPECIAL VALUE $ 1.50 r Tip No. 3 Men's No-BOVERALLS ib fair to go.jil .!.."iO?T..'Mi: to fair SI.Vfj.(i.Vl; heiftrs, to I'hoice $a.riU0!l. fair to und 8.f0; common to fair $lir..0(); good to choice $.Cf(l; i.mn?;-"l.'Z; slock Kteors Gff"; htock ralli'd cMras 3. fancy ihilry U.V. ; 121 Krbs i:iin llr.-f-s i'lt ; llr-' ordinary llris 'j.,. Live 1'ouliry Ilio.leiH l'i j .Kit! over 42e; fowls l ll.i-- mid u.er -- 1. ; under I lbs 3c; mnit'iH l.V. Uv Stock Cattle steers, co.l . cimim- - $7,.U ts 1'.-'- extras .irsts :iOcj W 08..; ctiih-iuo- ..d i,u) I GOT4REAL vAD WHEN I LOST MY SETTING HEN." Mrs. Hannan. "I went into the hen house one morning and found my favorite 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 P RAT-SNAP." The Six Royal Holland Bell Ringers Picturesque Costumes just like they wear in Holland, Wooden Shoes and P n n'te. loons. x unit '!ty l.clf-er- s $.((. SI. 25 Sold and guaranteed C. C. Davis C. C. Cox. Three sizes. 35c. 65c by MADE LIKE PANTS SPECIAL VALUE Calves fair to large $ .39 TipNo.4 BOYS' SHIRTS STRIPE WITH COLLAR v .59c Tip No. 5 UNION SUITS PLAID MUSLIN FOR MEM SPECIAL. .19c Tip No. 6 Genuine Panama Hats SMALL SIZES KECULAR $5 VALUE $ 3.48 Tip No. 7 Leather Beits SNAP BUCKLES 48c Sjttlwi Cam 5iuh Tha Qnan Front ' Phone 78 The infant child of Austin Staverson, born Friday, June 9 died and was buried at the Sow-dcr- s grave yard. Catarrh I. a Local dlataae crtatly fluenced by C'onitltutlonal conditions. con-li- t. HALL'S CATAItHH MEDICINE of an Ointment which give. Quick lUltef by local application, ana the acta nt.rnal Medicine, a Tonic, which Bur-'ac- e. hrouch the) Wood on the lfucoua ridding your By.t.m and a.tl.t. In of Catarrh. Bold by druixl.ta (or over 49 Tears. r. J . wn.n.r v.o.a moi.uo, u. In- Misses Frances and Bess Sparks are spending the wee kend in Louisville, Miss Mary Longford spent the relatives in week end with Waynesburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBce are in Lancaster andDanville for the week end. The June Term of the Rock-cattCircuit Court begins Monday June 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury and son James Bradbury have teturn-froLouisville. Mm. R L. Langford and dau ghtcr Miss Sadio are visiting in Berei this week. Mrs. T. J. Nictlcy and Mrs. W, A. Cox were in London Fri day and Saturday, Miss Tevis Bcthurum has re turned from a visit to Mrs. Richard Young in London. Mr. Chester Landrum is spending the week with his parents Mr. an I lrs. J. A. Landrum. Mrs. W. T, Davis, has Ltc.i very sick the past w?ck but is some 'jetter at present. Miss Geneva Gii'fin left today for a iiit with Mis Co. a Maa Thompson of Pinevillt. Mi3 R. V. Gii in is v siting her pitieiits i r.d utttnding Bcrcu Commencement this week. M.. ind Mrs. Fred Mullins of Livini;aton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Swancy Price. Capt. Kenneth Holmes will arrive Saturday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Sparks. Miss Jalcttc Griffin left today for a visit with her sister. Miss Cora Griffin at Big Stone Gap, Va. Miss Anna Belle Stewart h:is returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Pittsburg, Cecil Kamsey and Delbeit Baker, who have been attending Berea College are home for their vacation. Mrs. David Craig, Misses Virginia and Sidney Crawford and Mr. Richard Cox were in Brod-hea- d Sunday. le m JS7. Good to choice Slug 111,7): good J8Q 10; mmiiuin and CHRlSTIArTCHURCH Preaching next Sunday both morning and evening, all invited. J. W. Ligon, Minuter. fihoep flood (0 rliolce $3.OO0i5.OO; fair to good ?'Jf3; ronuuQii ?1Q) 1.30; lainbri good I.i clmicti !fi;i,7."Dl fair to good 5IOWI13.'3. Hogs Heavy SlO.riOW10.ftO; clioloe puckers and butchers flO.liO; medium J10UO; common to choltc heavy fat sons S7(7t..7; light COURT shlpiH-r- J10.1K); Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ball were in Mt Vernon between trains Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holly of Louisville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson, Swannic Price traveling sales- LOCALS - pigs (110 Liouudd and less) fbipUKM. NEWS Luther Owcij Was fined in two cr.srr, one for clrunlenrcss 810, and 5 d vs in inil. the other for brc-c- h f davs :n 'nil, WI c Mp'iro'r wis fined on n ciii"c of brcrc1-- . r' the peace, $20 and 10 clays i:. jail. B H. Griffin, drunkenness 10. and cost, Oscar Mullins, drunkenness $10 nnd 5 days in jail, and transporting whisky, $100. and 30 days in jail. '! peace, $20 and 10 on our merchants TisJay. ". Mr. and Mrs. Millard Knuckles arc in Mt. Vernon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dailcy. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carmny, Lonzo Watkins and Miss Sidie Mink were in Rowland Sunday. man of Mt. Vernon was calling Rev. Newton is conductiug a scries of meetings at the Methodist church. Rev. Newton is a fine speaker and is delivering some excellent sermons to good crowds. CASTOR Always beirs IA For fnffnts and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Dorothy Gish The progressive Reds Junior Agriculture Club met in Wednesday lune 14th, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Miss Margaret Fish was ed President, and Master Mon roe PurccII Secy," Treas". The club unanimously elected Miss Fish as their representative to the Junior Week at Lexington be ginning June 19 to 24. There is some expense to sending a delegate and the olub will have vari ous farm products on the streets of Mt. Vernon for sale Saturday afternoon June 17th. Watch for them and encourage them by helping them to sell their products. Mt-Vern- ? Curious Instiuments and Musical Novelties, Swiss Bell Ringing and Cath- edral Chimes, Farm Bells. School Bells and the Cymbal Harp Holland Songs, Folks Dances This Wonderful 1 Family of r 1 8,t fc.uropen.n Novelty Musical Attraction willfc be one of the J of our Chautauqua Bring the, Whole Family Pop. Mom. 'Buddy' and 'Sis' Aboard For HolIaiti The Big" Chautauqua Tent. AU Happiest Features Friday BUY Af terhejuSEASON-TICK- - June 23rd 50 : ETS FLYING PAT A WANTED AT ONCE. PARAMOUNT PICTURE class plumbers with tools. Permanent work. Wire, will refund transportation to efficient men. Master Plumbers Association, Fourth fit Liberty, Louisville, Ky. First Adults ! EGGS AND OLIVES MEXICAN STYLE This dish makes n almost perfectly balanced diet, for eggs, green olives and rice are rich in protein, fat, and carbohydrates respectively; and etch is high in caloric value. It is a new dish a nourishing food as well as a delicacy. Six hard boiled eggs (halved); one cup Spanish green olives (quartered); 2 enps boiled rice; 3 cups Creole sauce. Arrange rice in bottom of a baking dish. Cut eggs in halves lengthwise and lay on rice. Add elives to sauce. Pour over eggs. Bake In moderate oven 16 minutes and serve at once. This is sufficient for six helpings, wrw; eMS a: PRICE S T'v RDAY NIGHT, JUNE 17 20c and 30c. War Tax . tt WAY THEATRE Included 'y?n'VTG3u-Qi;isia.-maxjZ- L r HOW WE t. LEARED OUR bUMMFR HOME OF RATS'. Sy Mrs. DOWELL WANTS TO BUY ALL YOUR CHICKENS EGGS TURKEYS HAMS GINSENG YELLOW ROOT AND ALL KINDS OF Perry. ""When we opened our seaside home last May, it was alive with rats. They gnawed all the up holstcring. e cleaned them out I in a week with RAT-SNA- P. perfcr this rat killer because it comes in cake form, no mixing. Saves dirtying hands and plates." Three sizes 35c, 65c, $1,25. Sold and guaranteed by Davis Drug ' Store and C. C Cox. LOCALS June 6th Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Pitman, a fine boy, on Thursday Don't wait until the 'ast minute to get your Chautauqua season tickets. Proof of the pudding is in the eating thereof. Thousands praise Tanlac So will you. Davis Drug Store. Born to the wife of Benton Ketron. of Roundstone, a fine boy, Wednesday Jupc 14th christened Frank M. Richard I lalcomb. of Orlando, was badly stung LV "ves last Monday, when a lifJjfL" which the bees had swarmffjL ""; and the bees fell on t Show me the man who is always cussing the officers when they really trv to enforce the prohibition laws and other laws and I will show you either a moonshiner, a bootlegger, a drunkard or whiskey sympathizer If your officers do their duty, and wc believe they are doing it, give them some encouragement by telling them they are trying to do the right thing. If they are not doing their duty tell them as a friend and we believe at least some good will be done. If this shoe fits you wear it. One of the largest stills yet discovered in Rockcastle County was broken up Wednesday, near New Hope church. Information was received by Judge Bowman Wednesday morning, of the location of the still and the sheriff being absent, he called on Deputy W. H. Levisay, who immediately went to the location indicated, but the still had been removed. However, Mr. Levisav followed the wagon tracks and discovered the still which was a 60 gallon capacity, The owner was not captured tired, worn out, nervous and all unstrung, Taks Tanlac. It will straighten you out. Davis Drug Store. If you feel The join' meeting of the adult classes of the Mt Vernon and London Christian Bible Schools, which was scheduled for next Sunday at the mouth of Parkers Creek on Rockcastle River, has been postponed until Sunday July 9th, The men and women of these two Bible Schools arc looking forward to a great meet ing. The lesson for the day will be taught by Judge John W. Brown of this place and Rev. Knott pastor of the London Christian Church will preach on this occasion. Tanlac overcomes rheumatism by toning up and invigorating the vital organs, thereby enab ling them to eliminate poisons from the saytem. Davis Drug Store. Miss Risse Williams left Tucs-di- y for California, to be gone several months. After stopping in Louisville for a few days, she will go to Los Angeles. Calf., accompanied by Mrs. James M. Coplin, of Louisville, to visit her uncle, John H. Williams and family. From Los Angeles, Miss Williams will motor to Santiago and also to San Francisco, and will visit her kinspeople. Mrs. Elizabeth Freidrich and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Arnold Borle Von Eichen, at Alameda, Cal, Miss Mary Botkins of Livingston was operated on at London June 2nd for abcess of the bone on her foot. Miss Botkins has been having trouble with her foot for a year and since Febru ary has suffered untold agony with it. She is getting along nicely and her many friends hope for a speedy recovery. She is much 'missed by every one especially her Sunday School class where she is a faithful and much loved worker. We hope she will be able to come home soon. HE HOME OF THE SOUL. In olden times, it was believed that the scat of the soul was the s.omach, most likely for the rea 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 us Chamberlains Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enable it to perform its functions naturally, Give them a trialv They only cost a 1 quarter. CATARRH Sheriff Dcve Clark and others whose names we do not have, attended the Berea Commencement this week. John R. Albright arrived from Lexington last Tuesday afternoon for a visit of a week or ten days wit home folks. Goodyear and Firestone The Attractive prices. best in tires Bryant Garage. PRODUCE HE ALWAYS PAYS THE THING IN THIS LINE. BRING THEM IN TO AND GET DOWELL THE CASH. MOST FOR EVERY- The two weeks old babe of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cox, of London died Saturday morning, June 10 and was brought to Mt. Vernon where burial service was held in Elmwood Cemetery Sat urday evening. The young parents have the sympathy of all in the loss of their first born. , WANTED; A first class cook at the Rockcastle Hotel, Mt. Vr-no- RID OF RATS HEED. RAT-SNA- P HOW A NOTED VET. GETS FARMERS - n, Ky. DOWELL Old Bank Building Church st. Telephone No, 114 hii.'g r On and after June J 2th all BARBER SHOPS will at 7 o'clock P.M. except Saturday. I OP.M. close promptly CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS ARE MILD AND GENTLE IN 15FFECT. The laxative effect of Chamberlain's Tablets is so gentle that you ctn hardly realize that it has been produced by a medicine Sheriff Clark an cputies Anglin and Mink nit'i W. H. Levisay made a raid in the Crooked Creek section last week and captured a 50 gallon capacity still and destroyed 4 barrels of n. ash. The furnace was hot when the officers found it. Dave Singleton was arrested and there is a warrant out for Sam Singleton. CASTORIA t i Children dry FOR FLETCHER'S Hon. J. M. Robsion, Congressman from this District will be here on the 26th, instant and address the citizens of the county, in the Court-Hous- e at one o'clock in the afternoon. Congressman Robsion is an interesting as well as an intelligent speaker, and this being the first day of Circuit Court it will be expected that many of our citizens will be in town, and they will be well entertained and repaid if they will hear the Congressman. Dr. H. H. Butler says. "1 used uround my hospitals cert' three months, whether see rats or not. It does the work RAT-SNAgets them even' time. I recommend it to everybody having raU." Don't wait until there is a brood of rats, act immediately you see the first one Three sizes, 35c, 65c and 51 .25. So!d and guaranteed by Davis, Drug Store and C. C. Cox. 1 P Signal 'Ads' Pay . 'X , i jft ;v ' Mr.VSftHMMMi T.r'W'. ..r ,v-..--- -. ', VirTJigSrUBr.iirr,'.-- . Hi ri J Poplar Grove community attended a community meeting nl the Scnool house, Wednesday night, ", 'w ftmtwiN 15TluidT)ractl! ' tj1 p" VKl "7& May 31. The County Agent disMJ X. K?7xAiit S3 f3.A V Aiii cussed the Value of Community For Infants nnd Children. Meetings and the Cooperation of Farmers. The latter part of the meeting wni very interesting beKnow cause of more than a score nf questions concerning fertilizer, live stock, crops, bees, ate were Genuine asked and discussed. More than v w n ..- rBWT. M 100 bulletins were distributed to l a .AI.COUUI.-di-"--c the people who desired them on Awccial)KiTepaniu"' -sWtalWUieroodW&ftUr the subjects they were most int UnatlicStcHMc&iandiKwgsii' terested in, Before the meeting closed arrangements were made When tlio Six lloynt Holland Ilotl bccarlnoR, nnd rattle hones, with to have another community meetlllnK'TS appear at our l'linutiiuiiii I'lniio uccompnulmcnt Two of tint ing on June 30. Al this time it -n will hear mnnjr Instrument liiiy.s nro limiMinl eom uhlMlcrs. They ChccffuincssBaii-is hoped that the County Agent innnly pl,i?il in lloll.inil, hut Htninhi lmi) been hlfihly praised by Queii of will give a lantern slide lecture to this country These lticlii lr Hi Wllhclmui.i of Holland They liavi) Mineral, kotjuww on farm crops and club work c)iiilial hnrp, cathedral chimes, fiiwi been I'lnjlnt; n tnudovlllo and fur ntoOUDtSi!ILUWv The Junior Club work wos men. linlitl bells, Bchool bulls, (arm bells, Mhool anil church entertainments. 3 S. ticned nnd a movement and a movement was MT. VERNON. JUNE 22-2Get your season ticket Now. started for the organization of a club in charge of Mrs Cook. afjrt We hope tint a permanent Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Sale l community organization will be perfected ut Poplar Grove, it is ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ;75i" a real good fanning section und COURT luu,1","Aff. SLEEP COURT the people arc very anxious to T. I. Ivory Anglin, Plaintiff jcsl!MOitgwa22! grow and develop in the way of of II. NICELEY.ADMR. II. McCLURE vr. Notice Commissioners Silc. community life. Deceased, Plaintiff, W. B. I lummond and Sarah One oj the biggest needs of Otvs; Notice of Commissioner's Sale I lammond Defendants tawa, Quail and Poplar Grove William McClurc, fee. Defendants By virtue of u judgment nnd i:3o? communities is a limestone pula ttcw y order of saL' made and entered verizer. Euch of thess communBy virtue judgment and in the above slled case nt the ities arc in reach of limestone but order of saleofp the Rockcastle M.SR df May term, 1922. of the Rockii" I M 'HKl not in available form, 'A pulverCircuit 'ourt.fl rendered at the castle Circuit Court, the under izer would make it posHblc for May Term, 1922, thereof, in the signed Master Commissioner will H nn these soils to produce "almost any above st led cause, the underon Monday, June 26lh, 1922, it Exact Copy of Wrapper. crop with n liberal application of signed will on Monduy, ,- CITT. THC CCKTAUK COPr. NtW 0 eing the first diy of the RockJune 26, phosphorus. P being the first day of Circuit The County Agent visited n Court, between the hours of I castle Circuit Court, at the front door of the court house in the number of farmers in ench of the o'clock and 4 o'clock p. in. at the town of Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle above communities and fou-- d front door of the court house in County, Kentucky, between the farm work well up to date and Mt. Vernon. Ky.. proceed to excoutain-- . thence to the beginning hours of lo oclock n. m. and 4 commissioner s Salt ing sixty ncrts more or less. crops growing under the stirring pose to public sale to the highest o'clock p. m. on a credit of six interest of many progressive farm- and best bidder, the following There is excluded from the above ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT months nt public auction to the tract 2o acres sold to A. J. ers. Carl Brown a club member described property. highest, and best bidder offer for COURT Reams and about 4 acres sold to was visited and found that he nalc the property described in A tract of land located in Rockproduced 53 buihcls of corn per Arthur Reams. ct al, Pjatntiffs Henry Owens, castle County. Ky., on the the judgement and ordered to be VS: Order of sale acre Inst year in the Quail comsold in this action, towit; The purchaser or purchasers waters of Line Creek and boundmunity, at a cost of 19 cents per ed Gcorpe Reams arte! others. Defenwill be required to execute bond as follow-- ; A certain bushel, i Ic brodcasted his fcrti-- 1 tract or parcel of dants. with approved surety, bearing Beginning on n white oak and land Ijing nnd being in the zcr which attracted the attention By virtue of a judgment and interest at the rate of 6 per cent pine on the west side of the county and state aforesaid on the of many farmers after the corn order of sale mjje and entered per anuum from date of sale until county road, lending from waters of Clear Creek and boundwas harvested, and they arc doin" the above otylid action at paid and having the force and Line Creek to Skcgg's Creek: ed and described as follows: the May Tcim. Ii22. of the effect of a judgement payable to ing lik'cwiic, Carl' continues this thence SIS E 80 poles to n year ns a club member and is Beginning at a maple at the Rcckcastle Circuit Court." the the undersigned Commissioner. stone on the bank of n branch growing corn nnd soy beans. forks of the branch; thence south undersigned Master CommissionU. G. Baker, Master Commis-siont- r, thence with n straight line to wardly with t lie branch to an sh er will on Monday, June 26th, Rockcastle Circuit Court. The club work in Rockcastle a whitcoak. Bradley s corner; at another forks of the branch: county is bringing about quite a bcinjj the first day of the Rockthence N 18 E 10 poles to a change along the line of agriculcourse castle Court at the court house spotted oak on the old Ship-lct- t thence a northwardly about three hundred yards to a ture, live stock and poultry. door in the town of Ml. Vernon, line and with Shiplctt's hickory cuncr, in the branch; AGANTS WANTED Poultry being the biggest money old line to a white oak nt the thence westwardly about Between the hours .or ion, m. Men and women to handle two making proposition in the county anu j p. m. on a cicdit i! six city . edge of n diff; thence to a pine trade and retail the original We hope that Rockcastle will ', on top of the cliff; thence to a hundred yards to an ash; thence months, sell at public uuction, and genuine still wcstwaidly up the hill, Watkins Products, reach $20,000 income this year to the .highest and best bidder, hickory and maple; thence S about four hundred yards to a the property described in the Remedies, Extracts, Spices, Toil irom poultry nnd poultry pro- 781 E.95 pole'.' to n pine on Requisits, H6uschold.'5pecial chesnut oak on top of the hill; judgement and ordered to be et .4L Automobile the idc oLagfoath; thence a thence southwardly with A'cccssoffcs'. the ilea 3r. sold in this auction, towit: straight line f the beginning idivide of the ridge, about five etc. Over 150 guaranteed products COMMISSION UK'S SALE containing A scrrtain tract or parcel of Our values are unequalled and 75 acres more or hundred yards to a black onk less. land lying and being in the Watkins Quality is in a cluss by ROCKCASTLE ihcncc westwardly down the hill CIRCUIT county and state aforesaid on the itself. Write today for free sample Sale to be made on n credit of with 'sna'c McDaniels line to the COURT waters of Roilndstone creek, and and full details of our offer and Ethel Ping Rogers. six months. Purchaser will be beginning containing fifty acres Plaintiff, required to give bond with np bounded and described as follows; what it means to you. The J, R. VS: Notice of Commissioner's more or less. proved security for the paymen Purchaser will be required to Sale Beginning at the mouth of a Watkins Co. Dept. 77. Memphis. of the purchase money, to have 33 4t. execute bond with approved branch vhcre it empties into Tenn. Joe Vernon Ping, &c, Defendants lhc force and effect of a surety bearing interest at the Roundston? croek. at the lower By virtue of a judgment and legal interest from rate of 6 percent, per annum end of a field below the house order of sale of the Rockcastle date of sale, with n lien reserved NOTICE from day of sale until paid, pay where J. II. Renins resided at the FOR SAL- E- Property belongCircuit Court, rendered at the t'me of his deaJjU'thencc across ing to County, consisting of a May Term, 1922, thereof in the on said land until the purchase able to the undcrsinged Com money is paid. mUsioncr. aid creek to a beech and hickory ot, 5 room one story dwelling above styled cause, the underU. G. Baker, Master CommisU. G. Baker, Master Commis corner to a 5o acre survey of and all out buildings, on Old signed will on Monduy, June 26, 'oses Newcomb: thence crossing Main Street, adjoining the Dr. being the first day of Circuit sioner, Rockcartlc Circuit Court. sioncr, Rockcastle Circuit Court, aid creek to a beech corner of Francis property, garage cxcludr Court, between the hours of I a fifty acre survey of Ashley cd, will be sold at public auction o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at Owens: thence up said creek by the Sheriff on the third Monthe front door of the house crossing it to a whitcoak, corner day in June, on six months in Mt. Vernon, Ky. court proceed to time, with good bankable note, expose to public sale to the of an one hundred acre survey, -Will bearing six percent interest. of William Smith: thence up highest and best bidder, the folJ&r Fish's "J S. F, Bowman. County Judge lowing described property: siid crcsk to an elm corner of James Lawson; thence up said A tract of land located in STORr creek crossing it to a beech; Rockcastle County, Ky., on the thence up the point to the top CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC headwaters of Brush Creek, about of a ridge and with said ridge to AND DIARRHOEA four miles from the line between a low gap; thence frim the low Pulaski and Rockcastle Counties, gap to a cliff, with hickory , Every family should keep this and bounded as follows; Commissioner's Sale pointers, N 51. E 52 poles to a Commissioner's Sale at hand du.ing the Beginning nt a small stone in sour wood and chesnut; thence fireparation summer months. It the center of the big road ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ROCKCASTLE N 59 E 28 pole's and 6 links to a is almost sure to be needed, and CIRCUIT above John Shutts' barn; COURT COURT buckeye on a cliff line of the fifty when that time comes, is worth thence with the reverse of the Nichols & Shepherd Co. Plaintiff acre survey of Wesley Owens: many times its cost. Buy it now original line, Sam Purccll's line Opp Busscll. next Friend of VS; N 29 W 31J& poles to a large W C Notice Commissioner's Sale Mazy Busscll, and James Viars and Ora Viars, Mullins, Plaintiffs Spanish Oak above the Still , VS; Notice of Comjnissioncr's Sale House Spriog; thence S 7) W 49 By virtue of n judgment and poles to a sycamore on the spring William Mullins, &c. Defendants branch, S 4, W 61 ' 'olcs to the order of sale of the Rockcastle By virtue of a judgment and Dowcll corner, a stone; thence an Circuit Court, rendered at the ordi r of sale of the Rockcastle May Term, 1922, thereof, in the cast course with the Brodhcad Circuit Court, rendered nt the County road 30 poles and 12 feet above styled cause, the under May. Term. 1922. thereof, in tin. signed will on Monday, June 26. to a stone on the south side of 1922, at the hour of 10 o'clock n above styled cause, the undr, the county road, with a poplar bigncd will, on Monday, June 2j, A wholesome, human interest play about John Douglas, pointer: thence a S E course, a in. on the Dixie Highway, just 1822. .that being the first d of the Minister; Polly, the circus rider; Toby, the clown; Big over the Rockcastle County line, Circuit Court, a new line to a stone at a fence between th' hours Jim; Miss Perkins; Deacon Strong; Barker, the circus owner; being 32 poles and 10 feet; thence in Madison County, on what is of I o'clock p. in. and 4 o'clock Mandy, the negro servant and Hasty, her husband. an east course a straight line to known as Scaffold Cane Hill, p. m., nt the 'front dooi of the a stone in a division line of first proceed to cxpobc to public sale, court home in Mt. Vernon, Ky., now to the highest and best bidder, party and McMullcns, proceed to expose to public sale, A finer play for the whole family to enjoy has never been Shutts; thence with said division the following described personal to the highest and best bidder, property; or so much thereof as the following described land. written. It thrills with its big serious dramatic action. It line a N W course to a stone at to satUfy touches the heart strings with its sweet pathos. the Mt. Vernon county road; may be necessary A tract of land located in claim and interest thence with said road to the plaintiff's Rockcastle County. Kentucky. containing 2o acres, amounting to $2248.46, and the on Chestnut Ridge, beginning, and bound cost of this action; Polly of the Circus is presented by a strong New York more or less. ed as follows: One Nichols ii Shepherd Com professional cast. The same effective performance is secured From this boundary of land is On the south by the lands of as when played in New York and other large cities to large excluded about one half acre pany 16 horse power traction steam engine complete - shop Wash Hansel, William Thomas, city audiences. now owned by Samuel Purccll. number 137180, with all fixtures and the Henderson heirs; on the Sale to be made on a credit of and appendages with west by the lands of Mary Lov-el- l: or belongwill be re6 months. Purchaser ing to said machinery. on the north by the lands Single admissions only 75 cents. But buy season tickets, quired to give bond with approvSale to be made on a credit of of the Fredrick heirs; and on hear it all, and the cost is les per program. Every program ed security for the payment of the cast by the lands of W. J. is something fine, that you will enjoy. the purchase money, to have the 6 months; purchaser will be reSparks and William Falin, coneffect of a judgment quired to give bond with approvforce and taining loo acres, more or less, bearing legal interest from date ed security for the payment of and is the same tract cf land the purchase money, to have the Buy Season Tickets of sale, with a lien reserved on owned by M. E. Mullins at the force and effect. of a judgement, said anid until all the purchase bearing legal interest from date time of his death. money is paid. Let the Family Enjoy Themselves Sale to be made on n credit of ofsale, with a lien reserved on U G Baker, Master Commissaid personal property until all 6 months, Purchaser will be resioner) Rockcastle Circuit Court. the puicliasc money is paid. quired to give bond with ap For Six Helpful Entertaining Days U. G. Baker, Master Commis proved security for the payment NOTICE sioncr, Rockcastle Circuit Court of the purchase money, to have 22-- 27 Chautauqua, Next Week, June MOVING PICTURE OUTFIT COMMUNITY MEETlNa More than 150 people in tin! THEY LAY A D07.EH DIFFERRNT KIHD9 OP INSTllUMENTfl IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY Interesting- - Experience Women 0 CASTORIA Mothers That 1 y SLIPPING? of a Texas Lady Who Declare Tnat il Mora Castoria Knew About Cardui They Would Bo Spared Much Sickness and Worry. J -- "" nSSSsfiSitf tntmswEm Always Bears the Signature M In Navasola, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Pcdcn, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . ot this place, relates the following Interest- - just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I Ing account of how she recovered her 1 'N'' sir t AV' easSSJST rm Use '')! ":. For Over strength, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing la the world, and when vou fed that Gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit up and take notice. That Is what 1 did some tlmo ago when I found myself in n n condition of very nervous, health. 1 was so tired and felt so lifeless I could hardly go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would feci so weak I would have to set it down bclorc I felt like 1 could lift it to the shelf. In this condition, of course, lo da even ny housework was a task almost Impossible lo accomplish. "1 was . nervous and easily upset. decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it. . "In a very short while after 1 began the Cardui Home Treatment 1 saw an Im provement and it wasn't long until I was , all right good appetite, spicnoia rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle ot Cardui as a tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for if more women knew, it would save a great deal ot worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise ot thousands ol other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it Is worth trying. All druggists sell IL m:i i'-- Thirty Years II I CASTORIA the force and effect of n jujge-men- t, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with lien reserved on said land until nil the purchase money is paid. U. G. Baker, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circnit Court. 11 1 Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT The Harmount & Wolfe Tie Company, Plaintiff. VS: Notice of Commissioner's Sale J. H. Roberts Defendant By virtue of n judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered by the May Term. 1922, thereof, in the above styled cause, the undersigned will on Monday, June 26, being the first day of Circuit Court, between the hours of I o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the courc house in Mt. Vernon. Ky., proceed to expose lo public sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, or so much thereof as miv be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and cost; debt and interest amounting to $3806.42. A tract ot land located in Rockcastle County. Kentucky, on the waters of Crooked Creek and Horse Lick Branch thereof, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a spotted oak in Ester Bond's line : thence a straight line a south west course to a pine on top of the cliff in Eddie Robinson's line; thence a northeast course to a double corner: chestnut, Robinson's thence northeast with Mullins 50 acre survey to a double white-oathence leaving spid 5o acre survey N 38 E 2o poles to poplar on side of hill; thence S 63 E 60 poles to a gum and chesnut oak, corner to Silas Howard; thence with said Howard's line to the beginning corner containing loo acres more or less. Sale to be made on a credit of six months Purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase moneV, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a lien reserved on said land until all the purchase money is paid. U G Baker, Master Commissioner. Rockcastle Circuit Court. k: 'w FOB-.SAL- E A GOOD 40-Ac- re m . Farm .- I 4"k3 vvuspccial w lrliJl WmBmmy VojsTHECASH wcArWygSj,Lfl HacBL house and all necessary with four-roooutbuildings, 4 miles from Crab Orchard Half in cultivation, A variety of fruit, Apples, Peaches, Grapes, etc. Owner too old to farm. A bargain if taken at once. Inquire of M. J. JOHNSON, 3351 R.R.J . Stanford, Ky. Why not send your kodak finishing to "Butler" the regular Ky. Lexington, photographer 129 W. Main st. Quick Service. Spccinl attention paid to mail orders. t f. FOR SALE: Stock of Goods and store house and dwelling for Mrs. W. H. Brown rent. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 2t - REMEDY fj Q X L kyxxc 3 W. BETHURUM AT ATTCHNEV tt I' MT.VKItNON, KV," Will practice in all the luurtuV viubcun vuuibii g,ici;i IW Raoqjeacg&xvseaqeaica: Polly of The Circus A III JlANNAtf 1 formula" jjjgllMiUjlljliliUigB I iJvJ- - () Look for this 'Inside Information Don't just trust to luck or chance when you buy paint. Know exactly what you arc getting. Hanna'3 Green Seal Paint gives you this "inside Information." That's why the exact formula is printed on every package of 6 Days and 6 Nights Boone Way Theatre, will be sold li), at 2:oo p. m. Anyone interested before date of sale, write owner, Mrs. Chas. E. Searcy, Versailles, Ky. 2 HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT It's good paint, containing the best ingredients, and we want you to know it. The formula proves it has quality through and through. The result is more wear and a more satisfactory job all around. Insist that Green Seal Iw used on your property. Its use means true economy. bold by at auction, June 3t-3- FOR SALE One Ford Touring FOR SALE:-- 1 louse and lot Car with Electric barter. Runs on tviain street two story buck building known like ikw. A. L. Albright, as the Fred 33-Krcugcr property. Fritz Krcuger itJhcad. Ky. 2t . DEE CUMMINS MT. VERNON. KY.