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Mount Vernon signal: December 15, 1922 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1922 mou1922121501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 15, 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. ""iT"' fi .1 4dr I V T ft I V fc " ?4 ' r THE MT. VERNON SIGNAL ESTABLISHED 1887 36th Year No. 9 MT. VERNON SIGNAL. FRIDAY. DECEMBER things mentioned I J. 1922 PRICE $1.50 PER YEAR IN AD,V CE and mc. are up to you v I Y Y Y Y Y The Store of t Y Y Y Y Y Y J Y Y Y Y Y I Useful Xmas Gifts t?? y Our store is rich in its offering of suitable and appropriate Christmas Gifts, which are sure to please. A few practical suggestions are listed below: and a visit to our store will convince you that Santa Claus has made our store his headquarters Pastors, Sunday School Superplease send mc the number of members enrolled and the average attendance on last August at you services, From now on please keep a close record on any increase for we have to have it to gain our points. Also have someone notify mc as soon as possible. I have outlined our work but the job is too big for us to do alone and in our own strength but let us ask Him in whose service wc work, to help us and we cannot fail. Mrs, Lt M. Miller, Chairman. intendents and leaders, Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y i I WHEN IT COMES TO ChristmaS Suggestions FOR MEN AND WOMEN We Have a Whole Store Full & t ? 5! ? Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t FOR "HIM" BELTS: COLLARS: CAPS; CUFF L1NKS;GL0VES;HANDKERCHIEFS HATS: HOUSE SLIPPERS: NECKWEAR: OVERCOATS; RUBBERS: SILK. LISLE. AND WOOL HOSE: SHIRTS: SUITS: SHOES: SWEATERS: SUIT CASES: TRAVELING BAGS; UMBRELLAS: UNDERWEAR. ETC. MUF-LERS: FOR "HER" HANDKERCHIEFS; DRESS GOODS BOUDOIR SLIPPERS; SILK. LISLE. AND WOOL HOSE: WOOL SCARFS: TABLE LINENS: TOWELS; OXFORDS: SWEATERS; SLIPPERS; GLOVES: SPATS; UMBRELLAS; TRAVELING BAGS; UNDERWEAR: AND A STORE FULL OF OTHER USEFUL GIFTS. FOR THE BOY BELTS: GLOVES: 'KEKCtffeFS; HOSIERY: NECKWEAR: OVERCOATS: RAINCOATS: RUBBER BOOTS: SHIRTS: SHOES; SUITS; UNDERWEAR: CAPS; HAND-- . t.fr FOR THE GIRL BOUDOIR DOLLS; SLIPPERS: HAND BAGS: HANDKERCHIEFS: -- HOSIER-SILKr LISKiANr-''J-HWd.the---iMiHy- Y Y Y Y t that the people of this country could save & money when the necessity arose. ? Now, if they will take the money , they saved when they bought stamps to aid the government in prosecution of the war and J buy Treasury saving certificates, they will demonstrate that the thrift lessons ot the war have not ! been without elicct. the holders Y of war savings stamps have seen investment of about $20.50 grow to $25 in five ears, and larger amounts in the same proportion. They can see the same thing repeated if they reinvest in Treasury savings certificates. Interest Y accumulates to the rate of 4 per Y cent each year compounded semiannually. These savings certifi- Y cates are exempt from the normal Federal income tax, and from Y all State and local taxation (ex ! cept estate and inheritance taxes) X Y Y Y Y Y War Savings Stamps Y Y "It is to be hoped that every Y person who can do so will Y change War Saving Stamps soon Y to fall due, for treasury savings certificate.'' said our Postmaster Y Y "The large amount of money vested and the great number of Y persons who purchased war sav- Y ings stamps showed exin- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y vit Stvi Nicholas himself gave us a few tips. Why not letjs passim on to you? It's the practical that pleases. J Y Y Y Y Y Y Y -- r 4; HOSIERY, GLOVLS, TOILET ARTICLES, Ivory, JEWELRY MESH BAGS, . Leather BAGS Patent BAGS, BEADS For Ladies Everything to Wear Y Y y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y t WOOL: HAIR RIBBONS: GLOVES RUBBERS SWEATERS: SHOES; UNDERWEAR. W. A. McKENZIE Ala Lountv Achievement Contest TWELVE OF THE SOUTHERN STATES WATCHING i THF, MOVEMENTS Secretaiy Vaughn of Berca College hus just returned frim a recent trip to Nashville Tinn.. where he says the entire South is watching with a vigilant'eyc every movement of the Coupty Achievement Contest of the ten counties now entered and w.cll out on the race. The Southern t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y r X ,. .. . SHIRTS, TIES, f HATS, CAPS GLOVESJEWELRY, SUITS ., ; . EVERYTHING PRACTICAL For Men Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y . ', Si .. i..... , i ! Y A : ' . . i MILLER BUILDING 12&.1111XXXXW Phone c MT. VERNON sure wc can not onlv make the I0UU points but we will train our men, women, boys and girls in Christian Principles and ways to serve. Aic League of Nashville Cooperation will keep step with us in thjs contest and if we succeed they will then launch a great south4 wide Drosramme covering the en elaborate programme that we or a need for Do you have pleaching one? tire South. Let me urge every at least once a month. Besides citizen of our county to hasten church worships and Sunday and acquaint himselt with this School do you have a Ladies Aid project thal.c..:.,,. a Missionary Society or oreat Achievement you may be of service in winning any Kind 01 a Young 1'cople the prize, Society? If you do not have and will organize any or all of these you will earn so many points. SUNDAY CHURCH AND Arc you proud of your church SCHOOL DEPARTMENT OF THE COUNTY ACHIEVE- house or arc you ashamed to take strangers into it because the winMENT CONTEST. dows arc broken, What is the greatest need in the walls are dirty the roof leaks, and the floors and every other other are worn our county out. Make your church be answercountv today t It can and the grounds around it attraced in two words. Christian tive by clearing it up and you will help to win the 1000 points. ...... In striving to do the program . f a Itnlla in uui tuuiny- on ac- I "Ue "i .ml of our part in this work nvt vuuiiijr uuiiuuy ijcnooi As sociation and will soon have iwimoitnui society so me other I L.- your neighborhood there Sundnv Schools in ot i.iiiMi. maiuritv vamp, tnr pnrli iRsiie. liv fverv member of a family, incy are backed by the credit of the United States Government, and afford an easy and sure method of saving. During the war the Govcrnmen offered war savings stamps, pay ing about 4 per cent as a method of saving for people of small means. Since the war, and to take the place of war savings stamps, the Government offered Treasury savings certificates in denomina tions of $25. $100 and 1,000 now sold to investors at $20.50, $82 and $820, respectively. They pay 4 per cent if held until maturity five years from the date of issue. About f625.000.000 of war savings stamps, scries of 1918 be come due January 1st, 1923, and the Government now offers t? issue Treasury savings certificates in exchange for them, affording the owners an opportunity to continue a safe investment with good interest. Saving has furnished the life blood for many na tions and insures properity to the people. The Government is doing everything possible to encourage saving in the United States by offering sound and attractive securities for the investment of small sums. If you want to save and insure your future, it would pay you to investigate Uncle Sam's Savings System. Y Y Y Y & t ' ?T SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY AA "V '- Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y I T S (.;; HWWWHM'BBHM4HHHHWWWH f 1 CAPT. PETE RENAKER DEAD ference. and stressed theneedof more men and women giving Capt. Pete Rcnnker, one of the The Mt. Vernon m0re of their time to Gospel best known conductors on the L. & Committee are asmred by the Team work in our county. Rev. N., died at his home in Louisville Chautauqua White & Myers J, Clark of the State office, last night of cancer of the stomach, System of Kansas City, Mo., arrived a fraction lute, on account aged about 70. He was a fine old that wc are to .have the moit'o( the train service but in due gentleman and had many friends on have ever had. Our dates will be timc to ,ead ug jnto some fme this division, where he had been running passenger trains for some 40 in th.s early part of July. Begin to Rockcastle now to make your plans to County's future work and ask the years.sheHe is survived by his widow, and has the meet your friends at this biggest Conferrnce to set as their goal many friends Capt,sympathy of the Renaker had in event of the entire year. A this and other sections, where he the following program, viz: was well known and greatly liked. revival in every church: 200 new additions by baptism; three Gos pel teams in the county, namely KENTUCKY'S CROP REPORT J ivn n..u 'is..: . . , The Kentucky corn crop this ., A sDlcndid conference of the w . ! VCI11U1I. LiUlUa pujp.i , .. vvw.jr , is estimated at VU.748.000 Bible School Workers of the Chris. , tian Churches of the thT MiltryT a BTble'V comPa to 82.150.000 bus. was held at Livingston Christian School in annual church, und an """."" "vere bushels 97.152.000 Church on last Tuesday between us.l PI??""1?" .i CI1I UUIUCflk Ul I.IJUUI 111GIIUV.ioiii'( 91 20 inclusive, while this years the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. The or meeting was opened with songs as many as three missionary with Irish potato crop in Kenturkv U in the county, rendered by the Livingstonchoir, eanizations estimated at 4,720,000 bus. or 2$ Call coming after which a suitable Scripture the World homes. Which into percent more than the 3,770,000 pro e bu selection was read and a beautiful twenty-fivproduced in this state in was unanimously adopted, praer offered by Rev. J. W. gram the conference adjourned in 1921. Other crops reported for and Lieon of Mt. Vernon. The Presi Kentucky are: sweet potatoes 4:15, 1,818.000 bus. apples 5,070.000 dent. Rev. M. G. Fish, presented peace and harmony at Secy. C. C. Davis, the object of the Quarterly Con- pears liU.000 bus., clover seed 2$h; -- nn i. "Ll A T-' T'T' A T TOT I A vVc ' Chautauqua thht ., CONFERENCE At LIVINGSTON F?1:! fl..i 1 1 "'J 6-- Santa OH. ClaUS Day Is Here 1 Chimney to fill our stockin' with fire crackers, long sticks of candy, apples, and sometimes an orange. At five o'clock in the morning we would crawl out (while mother was sound asleep from being up so late) nd grab the pack of firecrackers and in the big wood fire would sling some and blow the fire all over the house and set the carpets and beds a'fireand it would take everyone on the place tc put out the fire and watch us until they were all gone. Them happy childhood days are gone forever. THAT the BABIES could call back the days when were babies: would lay awake until 2 o'clock watching for old SANTA CLAUS to come down the Big Stone Don't get worried children, Aunt Mollie may leave you but your Uncle Bill will stay with you and feed you at the right Drice. There is nothing in selling goods, it's all in buying I have mine bought right. Don't go to getting fresh around here when I have plenty talt $1.00 per 100 pound bag. Its now chocolate candy and black' cake without any leavening in it, its rabbit instead of turkey, its cold water instead of egg-nowhat will it be when you babies are as old as Uncle Bill. g. J.W. RIDER THE MAN THAT FEEDS THE BABIES Y Y Y Y Y It is estimated that approxiY mately 5 per cent of Kentucky's Y acreage of corn this season was Y put into silos, the average yield Y per acre being only about 5.5 tons. About 83 Y seasons corn crop peicent of this Kentucky Y reported as being inmerchantable,is Y and farmers also report they have Y only 6 percent of last years Kentucky corn Y The averagecrop still of on farms. corn Y acre this year yieldKentucky is per in 28 Y bushels, compared to 23.6 bus, Y per acre last year and a 10 year Y average of 27.3 bushels. Y Y WHEN YOU ARECONSTIPA-TED- . Y Y To insure a healthy action of the bowels disorders Y of the liver,and correct of Chamtake Y berlains Tablets two immediately Y Y Y Y after supper. They will not only cause a gentle movement of the bowels without unpleasant effects but banrsh that dull, stupid feel-iuthat often accomnanin r.m- -. J.984,000 gallons. Last year Ken- .nj a piuuutwun oi inese croo was: sweet potatoes 1,872.000 bus., apples 636.000 bus., pears 4.000 bus., clover seed 34.000 bus., and sorghum sirup 4,080,000 gallons. 16,22nnnS,,nnd ,80r8--u- syrup AT ROCKCASTLE HOTEL SKJmHKKKKKKK" stipation wwiPm A T'T' mitBM&fmmiA'ii intltm ,mirriitmjimiiii)maammim . trzr0Mi Last Notice to Tax Payers (earnestly request, that settled not before January 1, 1923. 1 All Baking Powders Look Alike BUT It your baking powder absolutely pure? Royal is. Is your baking powder absolutely wholesome? Royal is. Is your baking powder unvarying in strength under all conditions? Royal is. Is your baking powder economical in keeping baked foods fresh longer and making home baking so satisfactory that it takes the place Bt Zm Rill III!' rn CINCINNATI MARKETS Hay And Grain Corn No. 2 white "Off 77c: No. 3 wlilto 7407rc: No. 3 jellow T.'iSJ'TOc: ci. I wlilto 7!?)" Ic; No. 4 yellow 711 : No. --' mlcil i4!fTH!ic Wlii'iit No. 2 red $ SVi ffH 1.30; No. .1 ?i.:iti0i;i7: no. i ?i.32ji.3.,t. O.ltt No. 2 white 4S4f-l!)V4c- : No. 3 white 47Jr4Sc: No. 2 inKwl : No. .1 mkivl lJI?47c: No. white lflJ 7?-l8o- Children fcry for Flttchtr's 3XSaxS SCS&SS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for oyer thirty years, has borne the signature of on the WTapper au incse ytu , iftPH all 17c. their fancy 3c; puckliiR Mixk Ni li.uUnj: "tuck No. 2 ISc. V.git' l Mc. fr 17c; in ltuttcr Butter, Eggt and Poultry Dairy 'rpiiini,ry iVtJr.Vlc1 2Xe; coming M&&U just to protect the deceive. generations. Do not be "Just-as-goo- i Ilrsts taxes for the year 1922, call at once and settle same, on or On that date I will be compelled cioceed of mote expensive food? Royal is. Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste illBlii VOCA-TIONA- to colled all unpaid taxes by levying. So' I hope you will not delay paying your taxes and thereby have to bear the expenses of advertising, which I will be obliged to do if not settled, so I am giving you this last notice, hoping you will attend to this at once, and save this additional cost All business for this year must be settler! and in order for me to do this it is necessary that I collect, so please don't overlook this important matter, and by so doing burden yourself with this extra cost. " f mls I Ihn i i over timlcr 4 llw 13c; roofers 12c; frycri 2 llu unit over ISc; lien 8 His Mini oxer 42c; old Tom to llu unci oer .Tie; jmini; Tom turkeys It) llw und oer 12c; Kecso, choice 2lc. Live Stock Cuttle Steerx Rood to eholcp .7..7 (ffl..0: f.ilr to Ro.nl .OVO07.riO; common to fair $lfll; imvs Rood to Sl.."iOfii;tO; dinner Jl.WJ.Hri: slock "teers $I.UOI7.00; stock heifers .? .. I.lw l'xuttrj ir, 10c. are but and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Imitations 18ei H tur-kej- x Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. ' What is CASTOR I A 00, Castorla HRODHEAD Yours truly, D. G. Clark, S.R.C. BRODHEAD Edited by NEWS. Mrs. Jennie Robins Miss Sallye Brooks was in Lou Miss. Frankie Sprowel left Tuesday night for Detroit' where isville last week with her cousin she is to be married soon. She Mrs. John Pike. takes with her the best wishes of Mrs. Earl Tharp and Mrs. her many friends here. Frank Ward, of Louisville visited Ernest Farris who has been ill their sister. Mrs. Fred Sowderlast at the home of of his aunt, Mrs. week. Jesse Wallen has recovered suffiT. Lawrence has been Mrs. ciently to return to East Bern-sta- sufferingJ.from a cold. dt Mrs. A. J. Pike. Mrs. Orrin W. O. Yadon and E. C. Wat-so- n Wallen and baby son, Jack, Mrs. Cincinnati have returned from where they have been buy- rl. E. Christie and daughter Miss Anne Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. ing furniture. J. B. Pike were in Danville first Mr. and Mrs. Willie Osborn of the week shopping and visiting returned from Louisville Monday relatives. where they have been with their Little Miss Inez Robins is suf baby son, Clinton who is in the fering from a severe cold. hospital there. .. given tomorrow evening at tneicnu'cn nu Stvc frrarUJ ki.lUInn finn't dav Saturday loth, in the h. C building .on Main St. fail to see it. Each character has Watson been well selected for his or her Besides the nice display of beauti-paand you will be surprised at ful hand work, they will serve e talent you have in your ownjHghtful eats and drinks at a very home town. This is one of the small price. most popular plays of the day Mrs. Jess Wallen has been and is given for the benefits of a numbered with "the sick this week worthy cause. Willard Bryant returned to his Mrs. Flo Kilburn of Corbin Sunday who was teaching in the school home at Corbin with his after a sister here has rt signed. Roy Owens two weeks visit Mrs. Ray Crawford. has taken the place. ,-rt de-th- The play "Esmarelda" will be Ihe Ladies Aid ot the Christian "; "". ac can Legion at Peoples Bank or rs. Uick Martin has been o:iit H. rish, bee y Rockcastle I GRAND JURY. the sick list but is very much Chapter American Red Cross. Mt, Foreman. Sollie Griffin, W. A, you nave Always tsougru better. vcreon. Either or both will be THI CBNTAUIT COMPANY. N1W VOMK CITY. clad to assist any veteran who Owens, R. G. Lutes. W.M.Manus, Mrs. R. H. Hicks and daugh desires assistance in this or any James Thomas, David Webb, D. ter, Miss Anna Marie arc in Lou other matter along this line. L. Bryant, S. Overbcy, D. M. of Mr. and Mrs isville the guest Claimants may make application Cummins, W? M. McHargue. G. John Pike. direct to the U. S. Bureau at Lex- P. Burdette and Grant Banks and cost moonshining, Henry Waddle. They were running a copVirgil Martin is erecting a nice ington, asking for the proper PETIT JURY. PANEL NO. I. Hale $10 and cost in three cases. per outlit which was pronounced one of the best ever captured in garage on Depot St. forms to fill out. Be sure to sign Artie Burk. R. L. Bray. W. D. drunk, $50 and cost for shooting this county. All four of these men between depot and electric light your name in ink if possible to on public highway and 20 and plant. the letter asking for application Payne. T. R. Mullins. M. G. Ki . 'cost for disturbing public schools, have a reputatiot as being experts in this line of work. They were Dy, Dcecncr omitn. r. Lai i ui 'n"lJhn Brummett $10 and cost for lodged in jail, If the good people Little Miss Viieinia Inez Rob blank. r ins entertained at the home of FOR SALE My real estate in Evans. J. J. Cummins. J.H Doan!ibcin? 6!unh . Bradley Lcgeer 2 of the county will with m ma ata,w Keiormatory lor the officers in locating these stills her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mt. Vernon, or a part of it. Jonas McKcnzie. I house breaking. Harvc Mink Jr., Robins on Silver Street, Wednes H. C, Gentry Panel No. 2., W. S. Branaman, $100 and 3o days for transport-To- the day will come before long when day afternoon Dec. 13th in honor they will be a thing of the past COUNTY COURT NEWS. Kirby, G. M. Sigmon, S. A. ing liquor. of her seventh birthday. Rcfiesh- in this county. Elijah Hines was fined $15 and Drew, Geo. Long, Sam Fields, I ...... ments were served, games played cost for tailing to wcrk county nnA a occasion for all road. He was sent to jail to pay Josiah Cummins, W. D. Potts. C. SPLEDID HOME TALENT G. McKinney. C. L. McKinney. the little ones present. Many nicej the fine. Mont Owens of Pulaski PLAY Zeb Hall. FOR FLETCHER'S and useful rememberances were county, was fined $10 and cost The play, ''Trials of a Hostess" appreci-- , iven her all highly also fined for drunkness. He rfut on by the ladies of the Parent- ated. The following are the ones' 850 and 10 days in was for carryjail Teachers Association, Friday and that attended. ing a pistol and to top the whole Saturday nights of last week, Misses Rosella Frith, Christina thing off he was fined $100 and was a success in every way It delighted the large audience Frith, Ruth Albright. Rita Craw- cost and 30 days in jail for transRobins, Olive porting liquor. Owens'. total fined ford, Glenrose which witnessed it both nights Roberts, Virginia Newland, Inez Si 84.50. He is now rooming t and earned a tidy sum for use in AlanA Miller." Bill Perciful lunn Iaam Sfurnann and painting some of VCtDO) hJiu gvuiif juiiw rtibiib i Hotel R rooks. Novara Owens, Edrie was, taken in tow on the streets the rooms of the Graded School building which are sadly in need Masters, Cecil McKin.-- i this week and fined $10 and cost Yadon. of it. The play was just what it ney," Marshall McKinney, Sher- - for being drunk had been advertised a laugh idan Sigmon. W. A. Robins Jr. On last Thursday night Sheriff producer each minute, and the McBee, D. G. Clark, Judge S. F. BowHenry Riddle, Evans characters were all exceedingly Terrill Chandler. Walter Wajel man, Deputies Bill Anglin and well taken and so well performed Robins and John DavisRobins Isom Savior left here about mid that it would be unfair to mennight and went to the Crooked tion one without mentioning the Creek section near the spot where CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH whole cast. The "black-faceAbe REMEDY THE MOTHER'S years-ag- .Chasteen was killed some comedy at the close of the per continuing they ar FAVORITE formance, by Mrs. O. D. Hrvant rived at a large moonshine still & Mrs. C. C. Davis. Mrs. Mattie B The soothing and healing pro- at the head of Lost Hollow, 2H$MMgMgMg Mullins and Miss Shoupe of Lan-gdCough watching this until about noon perties of Chamberlain's School, was done in a manRemedy, its pleasant taste and next day. No shiners showed up Those who had drawn verdicts ner -- qual to the best professionprompt and effectual cures have and they considered the 200 gal CAUGHT IN THE ACT. als, and judging from the laughs made it a favorite with people lons of beer too far gone to make of guilty up to Thursday mornWm. Gillis. Marshall of the it provoked everywhere. It is especially priz-- . whiskey and they destroyed the ing are Bill and John Croucher was most thoroughly ed by mothers of young children outfit which was an eighty gallon $100 and 30 days each for selling good town of Livingston and enjoyed by all. I he music furncolds, croup and whooping capacity with all the trimmings liquor, Booge Gadd for 125 and 30 Harrison Ponder, constable, made ished between acts was delightcough, as it always affords quick except the worm. days same offense. Booce Gadd a raid in the Engle Creek section ful to the car, and the only fault relief and is tree from opium and $100 and 30 days for having of this county near Rockcastle riv- we have to find is that the adCIRCUIT COURT. other harmful drugs. er, yesterday and captured four mission charged was entirely too The regular December term of liquor in possession, Cood Cr' $100 and 30 days for selling moonshiners right in the act of low for such an excellent perforCircuit Court opened Monday. mance. Thefollowing named men were liquor. Geo. Dickerson 2 yrs. in making the damnable stuff. The ladies, Put on another nlav. and charge double the FOR FLETCHER'S selected to serve as Grand and State Reformatory on a charge of captured men are Oscar Rice, Sam grand larceny, Jim Petit'jurors: $50 Waddle. Fount Phelps and Dock amount of admission. (VI tf7. Slieep (Jood to' choice .'ji.'iOOfi'O.'SOs fnlr to riiiuI S3(r."i: t::tiin luicks s;i5i3..Vl; limijis Rood to choice $ui.:.o? U.00; f.ilr t Rood siisfn.x night Dec. 23rd. Everyone invit- urday, 16th. Those wh'o wait IIcirs lltut) SS..10; eliolce ihuWh ed. longer will forfeit their rights to ,ind liutcliers .f8..M: iiiedlutil SS."A); shippers If he.ixy f.it sow SilJ)7.2."i; llj-Rev. L. N. Bowling will preach receive Vocational Training. plRs (110 pounds und less) Church Sunday you desire any help in this mat- WfiS.:0. at the Christian ter see W. H. Davis of the Ameri evening Dec. 24th. on dancing. 81 joe McKenzic was men who have Mt. Vernon Monday on business not filed claim for Vocational There will be a Christmas tree Training should get busy and do at the Christian Church Saturday so not later than tomorrow, Sat- APPLICATIONS FOR TRAINING MUST BE FILED DEC. 16. 1922. down frcm All O 0. l'iilve (lood to cholie $10011 ; fnlr in Rood $8fi 10.00; coimbon mid liirso Paregoric; Is a harmless substitute for Castor Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge Is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising; therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.' The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over me iina &0M&c 30 Years J te a:, c 5-- ..,", ." m nlf-asa- Unildreil O.y o. t t J. B. Cummins T t f f t t T T FULL LINE OF X t y t Xmas y t Goods t t y i & GENERAL MERCHANNDISE r cr r ? T K8Nfrfr - -- " on Children Cry CASTORI A ! WHAT Oh What Shall I Give THIS CHRISTMAS? Don't Worry ' You will finds Gifts of "Utility" for Every member of the Family at the Hardware Store :- - ! : ' ti"l 0 t, - .. t ?. t y t t y f T t y y t y y t y y t y y t y y V- y ? y What Better Christmas Gifts 9 ..". Than These? Si'vertown Cords Goodyear Cords Hassler Shock Absorbers Auto-Jac- k Electric Iron Electric Light Fixture Carton of Bulbs y .",; ' J . .. , , I r T y t r I' i' - t t y y y Flash Light Delco-Lig- ht Plant ' BoyceMoto-Met- er Exhaust Heater Radiator Cover Tire Cover Weed Chain These and many other things for your Motorist Friend Combination Pliers Wrench Set Hot-ShBattery 5 Callon Havoline Oil ot ''"' , -- i "yb ' -- 1. I T y 1 y C; 7C e. cox K ir : .:.! . wvT ' 'wJ f at- - y y y y The Bryant Garage tt 4 4 y A i y T y y t J,CKKKKKr ( Ufi&. f v HP ms-BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY ft MpH aie x3KXxxS3mcxx5xsxsskxsxx& THOMAS H. INCE ;:" Sir' Presents ENID BENNETT - IN - LAW OF LOVE Love worketn no Hi to his neighbor; therefore love is the fulfilling of the law. Romans 13:10 Miss Marv E. Jones of Wildle one of Rockcastle s most successful teacher's spent the week end with Mrs. Alice Davis. The Post Office will be open until 7:30 p, m. on Thursday and Friday Dec. list and 22nd. Please mail pacels early. Take advantage of this and do not wait until so near train time each day. Mattic B. Mullins, Postmaster" Of- - DO YOUR "Silk Hosiery" BY FRANK M. DAZEY A THOMAS H. INCE PRODUCTION Xmas Shopping nc.rc. Srr.lJJaifcassfc cash "?v..lrivi a root Wn '"' 4W I m A PARAMOUNT PICTURE THE STORE WITH THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Theatre Show Starts 7:15 Boone Way sharp Saturday Night Dee. 16 Tax Price 10c and 20c, War Included Don't Off, the fail '"" All kinds of rubbers for all kinds of feet at Fish's. Wade Mullins the well known stock trader of Level Green was Publishedlevery Friday by MRS. ANNE EVANS MILLER in town on business this week. mail oi.cur. ntrreri t th. Mt Yetnon, JCy. PottoHo u uoood-eltGive him a box of Van Huesen Collars Fish's know his size and TIMB TABLE. tyle. 2 nortti 5:23 p m 24 north T. Ramcy Richards has gone 3:15 am J3 south II.42 am to Kusscll. K.y. where he is employed as Cashier of a new Bank 21 South 10:26 a m week inb.at cit touiwvic Nmvai R. R. Co. Tab. LANDRtm.ArenrJ;,tart,n8.,m!' namey is a fine Vouno fellow nnrl Phone No. 18. wnii me DanKing experience he has had we predict a prosperous tuture tor his institution. w. J. sparks attended the Old Tyme Sox for PERSONALS AND SOCIAL Lime Association meeting in BirBEAUTY PICTURE father and the boys at Fish's LOCALS mingham Tuesday. LOOK at vourself and imagine Mr. and Mrs. Whitney of the rosiest, wildest dream you ev Jack Conn, who has been with A little son arrived at the home Mr. J. W. Brown and family Adair county have been with Mr, er had-CO- ME TRUE. Imagine and Mrs. L. V. Murrell for severof of Mr. and Mrs. George M. for two weeks returned to his al days- the most exclusive fashion shop in Monday. home in Aransas Pass, Texas, Masom of Orlando, all New York! lmagina a wistful H. P. Davis, prominent citizen little model, watching it all from Dec. Ilth. The youngster has Wednesday. of the Ouail section, was in town been named William Edward. her pedestal, wondering if THEN yesterday. THE MIRACLE! And she took Mrs. Arthur Franklin, of Condui'ssim Phoenix Hose for the ladies and her fling at life as the belle of way, was auite sick the first of gents at Fish's for Xmas them all, with love and luxury the week, but is somewhat Mr. ane Mrs. lohn Treadwav and thrilling pleasures, until? A Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Tal- now. beauty picture that s" all heart. Mr. A. J. Doan of Somerset, is madge. of Athens, Ga.. announce of Terrc Haute. Ind., motored Theatre, Saturday the engagement and approaching thru last week and are with their Booneway visiting his sons, L. R. and W. W night. Dec. 16, 1922. of marriage their daughter, relatives thru the holidays. Doan. Isabeall, to William W. Robinson Silas French is here from Tol of this city. wedding will fc I eda visiting his parents and be solemnized The in January eaily relatives. other Chattnooga Times. Do your Christmas Smiling Mr. Robinson is a grandson of Early. Mrs. Wm. Weber of this olace Do your Christmas shopping for and a nephew of Mrs. Sam Lewis. HIM at.hish He has many close friends in Mt. WHY TAKE THE TIME AND TROUBLE Davis Drug Vernon and has visited here Christmas cards at TO BAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKE many times, this being the birth Store. place' of his mother. t When we have such delicinus ones ready for you, put up H. Cla Baldwin, of Annville, , W. A. Cox and son, Richard, in I, 2, and 5 pound tins. Jackson county. Ky was in town O Also a new shipment of Heinz's plum and fig puddings this week visitin? friends and have returned from Louisville. LJ acquaintances in behalf of his and fresh fruit coming in. otarr viciroia rui ortLL-- rtBryant, Mt. Ver- - la candidancy for State Senator in by Mrs. O. D. H this district. non, Ky. Rev. and Mrs. Ligon were in OLD FOLKS NEED Livingston between trains Tuesfc MT. VENON SIGNAL u mm sented at the Graded School building Friday December 15th at 7:30 p. m. Admission 15 and 25 cents. of real Enjoy an evening music and fun. See the Junior play, Friday, Dec. 15. Dubs loses his Blackberry pie, but he discovers a fortune in the "Jools" in Camp Keep-Of- f, Junior play to be given Friday evening at 7:30 P. M, The Wpmans' Club met with Mrs. L. W. Bethurum Tuesday The Literary Committee was in charge of the program. One black mare. 10 LOST: years old, with right eye or out, left Tuesday night, Any information leading to her whereabout write me at Livingston Ky. and 1 11 pay expenses. W. M. Penningtcn. 1 1 Junior play to be to see Camp-Kccp- pre- Give Him Something To Wear especialyat Christmas mtime when its easy as sin to tell "Just what they want." There is no reason why women should fret and fume over whaf to give HIM. Follow His footsteps of filling past wants and they will lead you HERE To a man's store. i MEN are only boys grown up xxxsxxxsxxxxs Logan Bryant reports the following points heard from via Radio, Omaha, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Winnigeg, Havana and Vancouver. The speech of M. Clemenceau the world-fame- d "Tiger of France" The speech of General Pershing in behalf of a bigger army. The Opera IITrovatore; The 'Original Footwarmers' Conceit and the Buggy Program, all coming from different stations, were among the interesting Radio events of the weeks, Don't Be Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money, that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save en Bake-DaUse y, ." All-Wo- ih ed hK -- IXZZXZZXZEXI iKZ I Brown & M organ s eople The following young have been issued marriage icense since our last report: Otto Kirby and Miss Katie Renner. Theodore Cromer and May Rice of Pongo. Albert Harrison and Lizzie Morgan of Mt. Vernon. Edward Smith and Anna Smith of Cooksburg. Luther Weaver and Jaha Cable of Ottawa. Jack Vaughn and Emma Hel lard of Livingston. W. K. Isaacs and Mae Alex ander' of Wildie. CASTOR1A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER Itcostsonlyafrac-tio- n Jw km er a twW of a cent for each baking. cause it contains y more than the ordi-oiar.- You use less be- strength. BIST BT TEST leavening - "V .ft day. Give him Phoenix Socks for Xmas. Get them at Fish's. New shipment of Stetson Hats for young and men who want to stay young, at Fish's. Treat the- boy to one of Fish's Special Boys suits at Fish's. Mrs. Lizzie Morgan and Albert Harrison were' married Monday night by County Judge Bowman at his home. George Herald and Jim Bryant were witnesses. NOT BE FEEBLE you are "getting along in years" IF you don't need to sit in a chimney corner and dream of the days when you were full of life and vitality. Keep your, blood rich and pure and your system built up with Gude's IVrpto-Mangaand you will feel stronger, younger and livelier than you for years. Get it today and have .kkkxK" T T MAIL ORDERS Filled :zxrixi l, JtXirscr t Tutt's Pills Indue digestion. R.ll.v.th dyspeptic and drtfttttted and ton up th regular taMt, good system The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. ' THE WORLD AGAINST MALARIA GREATEST BAKING POWDER. isr- - f 'PHONE 448 t ? & watch tbe result. Your druggist has Gude's liquid or tablets, as you prefer. Get the boy a sweater Xmas at Fish's. Silas French, son of for Jones French, who has been with one ionic ana mooa cnricner of the large Carnival shows in Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Suttles the East for two years, is home and little daughter, Mary Evelyn, for the' holidays. have just returned fiom a visit Mr.. and Mrs. Alvin Carpenter, to Mr. and Mrs. Suttles' parents of Brodhead, were here Sunday, in Mt. Vernon. Corbin Times with Mr. and Mrs. Jones French. Tribune. Prrl Owns. tli oninl nrnnri- Mrs. Golden Cummina has sick list for a few etor of the Owens Garage, has JL been on the placed some1 25 boxes indifferent 1 days. business houses in the town, in He will appreciate whut- you which all those interested in J give him if you get it from Fish's bringing a bit of Christmas cheer price from let to $2.50 at to tne poor cnuaren or tneiown, may deposit their pennies, nickels, J Davis Drug Storei dimes, etc. The funds thus se- - 1 cured will be handled by Womens' Mrs. Jane Young., of - Gude's 1 Greatest Shop PeptoMangan For Women t Pushin's Fashion Shop INCORPORATED Sexton Building t v- - MAIN STREET RICHMOND'S RICHMOND, KY. EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE Order It By Mail, we pay all Charges r T T T T Richmond! T Kentucky i y -- Women! Heed this Economy Message t We will save you Dollars Come to Richmond and Shop in our Store. Read this list of Prices : ' VUd.LO 1 4 Jalia..McClure;o.this place,, and to as many as possible of the little ones, who otherwise would not toba with her litde little Jannette' Young, who share in the Christmas joys. has been very sick' for sevral Don't foiget to do your share of grand-d.uigh-te- Ky visiting Mrs. Club and made to bring happiness O U LO f Ciiifc r, Y JrtH the giving. Owens has returned Part of the Senior Class of Mt. Mrs. Fred from a visit to friends in Middle-tow- Vernon Graded High School mot ored to Richmond Tuesday to Ohio. have their pictures taken for their Mrs. R. B. Mullins has Annual, They were accomponied London, where she by Mrs. and Mrs, R. W. Griffin from of her was called by the illness and are as follows: daughter. Mrs. R. W. Dyche.-Richra- ond Misses Verlia Hamlin, Margar Register. et Fish, Flossie Staverson, Pansy Homer Proctors it in Chicago. Lovell, Ethel Chesnut, Viola Lucy Lillian Griffin. Amanda and Lelia Conn Brown and Jack Conn Davhu Messrs. William Sparks, Russell Niceley, Jack Crawford. spent Monday inLsxington. Leonard Davis and Bernard Miss Ruby Cooper and Arthur Franklin. Cooper will both be' in for the Give him a tie for holidays.. Fish's. PattLTaskgu, who visited, hi. audi I skterjMM Janie FOR FLETCHER'S Juc.AaaX Mfeav Coopers has Ashviite, I days. n, ed f ? Ul"0SS6S - Skirts I Blouses I Millinery I Furs Y Y ! X t t t ? T y t y t y t t t y t r ,y 5! Behold the Bra of Low Prices Is Here Squirrel Chokers $12.50 19.75 Tricotine Suits, silk lined Black Broadcloth Coats 2.50 Children's Coats $6.95 to 14.50 Middy Blouses 75 Silk Hose 65c to 3.50 Beautiful Skirts 5.95 Stout Size Suits 25.00 Silk Parasols 6.50 to 19 50 Purses $1.50 to 12.50 CantonCrepeDrcsces $ 0.75-29.- 50 Plush Coats 19.75 ChamorsetteGloves....l.50 to 2.50 Handkerchiefs 10c to ,75 Slip-ov.95 Sweaters:.... Flannel Middy Blouses . .....4.95 Handmade Waists. $2 95 to 8.95 Wool Scarfs. $1.95 to $6.95 Tuxedo Model Sweaters 4.95 Canton Creps and Crepe de CheneOverblouses 4.75 1 er 1 All-Wool ? ? y ? ? x f y Special t t 50 t t T. - HANDSOME & - Silk Lined Coats Fur Trimmed PLAIN MODELS t t t y I r y y y y Purser t Parasols 2 x Sweaters St M r t r Y ? y y i Hosiery r Kimonas y t Robes Belted and Loose Backs. Colors; Navy. Black, Brown, Sorrento, Reindeer. Fur Coats . Stout Size Coats Silk and All-Wo- ol 47.75 19.95 iZ X55 YOUR CHOICE $19.50 $25.00 35.00 29.50 .1 . y y y y Gloves Beautiful HATS MID-WINTER t t t y T y y y Tc; NC Children Ory CAST.O R A y y Sport Hose 65c to $3.00 . Silk Jersey Underskirts ..2.95 Messoline Satin Underskirts.. 2.95 Jersey Sport Coats, all colors... 5.95 .. . Bungalow Aprons ...... ..... .1.15 All-wo- ol jfc a. A j.. &j&j Aklftfclftsftsl ift t :! y STYLES $3.95 to' $9.75 Hg4MM3Hg VELVET DRESSES v B5kJmJmJh5 T o BeautiruLModels -- f Fhpri.tor Hadstonesj: Markers aad Mounmental Mork MonumenU. of AIMCadi. Get y prices before you buy. I can save you raoqpy GEORGE OWENS, . STANFORDMARBLE & GRANITE WORKS E XTRA EXTRA SPECIAL Special Values Beautiful Silk Pongee Waists X4H CHOICE $1.95 & $2.95 Long & Short oieeves y $16.75 $25.00 J x T? $35.00 A CHOI CE A. r Ty y t t t 100 BEAUTIFUL Tarn O'Shanters VELVET and VELOUR All Colors f r r f t t T . ml CHOICE yoc I'iiiii 1 -- l f PUBLIC SALE OF General Merchandise At Level Green, Dee. 20th At Plato, Pec. 21st mhJh 1 maammHttmmtmmittaMaimKmtLiiMiiimmsiist tiiWfirrr ASSASSINATION .. biRger and ..;- -.. .. -- . ,, tg-- ,. - will preceding editions, be ready for uc by the time the Robert E. Duff and David annual movement of tourists in the spring. Trcadway Killed by Moonshiner OF DRY AGENTS than better in every way be-gi- ndi MfcawmffMMftaattM f." rinniAra f - H the Of Bryan, I have decided to sell to the highest bidder 350 pairs of Bluebuckle and other brands of Overalls. Also, uu pairs oi ivxeu auuupaiiia; iummiS iwjv.7 .. w..... and some Ladies' heavy skirts. Men's heavy sweaters, Men's rain and dress coats, .One good washing machine Having a large bill' of the famous Star Brand Shoes to receive in the nexti ew days, I have decided in order to make room for them, to close out my entire stock of rubber goods, consisting of 50 prs. Men's four buckle overshoes, sizes 9 to 1; 50 prs. men's gum shoes, sizes 6 to 1 0; 50 pairs boy's gum shoes, sizes to 5 ; Men's overshoes. All my Leather Goods, except the Star Brand, goes at Auction. Other things will be sold that are not mentioned. TERMS Cash in hand or Produce. 1 1 AVING decided to discontinue carrying any Overalls except in Menifee County In an effort to brenk into n with OgS, envcrn. barricaded rocks and brush, in which the Ballard Cans was operating o moonshine still, Robt. E. Duff federal prohibition agent under Sam Ccllins and one of the gam est and best men in the service was shot and killed December 9. It is said that Bob Ballard, notci moonshiner, did the shooting. On 0th, while n posse December was attempting to capture the Ballard gang, David Trcadway was shot and instantly killed near the scene of the shooting of Duff on Saturday. He was shot from ambush. 1 WITHERS Hm Mullins has gone to Bern- atadttowork. J. H. Mullinswas in Livingston Friday. Goodloe Howard was in Jackson county Miss Marv Mullins .Snturrlnv was the guest of Mrs. Grace Mul-lt- n Saturday und Sunday. r'isi Sallir Mullins was , the gucft "f her lister Mrs. Tor-- Baker r""' of last wf1'.- - " ' Mullinr nrd Chas. Allen attended church t Corinth Sunday. All the schools have closed in this section on account of small pox but there is none in this district. Sarah A. Mullins was the guest of Mrs. Mrs. Sarah A. Alien Sunday. Roscoc Anderson and little son Eugene have returned to their home at Tavlorsville after n three weeks visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mullins. Dean Mullins was the guest of his little nephew Julian Mullins Saturday night and Sunday. lEHBsraafflaa Wsffii "Built Me Up" USED Cardul for years and it did me more good than any medicine I ever used' writes Mrs. M. C Ragsdale, of Fort Towson, Okla. "I used to suffer with womanly trouble that weakened me until 1 was a mere shadow, nervous, and could not sleep. I did not feel like I could live. "It seemed that nothing helped me till I heard of Cardui and began to use It It - "T strengthened me and, as 'twas recommended to do, it regulated and built me up till 1 was like another woman." If vou are weak, run-doand feel that you need a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic, the tonic about which you have always heard, the tonic that helps weak women regain their strength. Cardui acts on the womanly system and helps relieve pain and discomfort due to female ailments. Try Cardui, today, for your trouble. is now A nation wide survey bcine mode bv the United States Touring Information Bureau, Inc. with headquarters at Waterloo, In., to gather data for the third edition of the Tourists' Camp Ground Map and Directory o the United States. This guide, CARDUI HI The Woman's Tonic 61 mbBB By Save a Dime out of Every Dollar business office recently: "Beginning July I, no employe who does not save in sound investments at least 10 per cent of his or her salary each month can hold a job in our companies. Thc saving must be accomplished under inspectors and in such such form as may be approved." It is certainly a wise thing for everyone to. endeavor to save at lenst 10 per cent of their weekly income. The surest way to accomplish this is to deposit that 10 per cent on pay day. Save before you spend. Do not let anything short of absolute need induce you to interrupt your saving or to subtract from your bank balance. The following notice was posted in a large I' On days of sales, I will give my customers the benefit of some reduced prices on goods which will not be offered at public auction. Will give them 6 lbs. of our roasted Coffee for $1.00 20c outing flannel at 18c Men's 90 c work shirts 80c 8c apron gingham 4c THE BANK OF WT. VERNON Shot gun shells, Nublackand Winchester black powder, per box 82 c bountiful dinner was served and they left immediately for Wabd where they will reside. Mrs. M. I." P,!rr nnd little daughter Joyce llcft last Tuesday for Mt. Vernon where they will live tins winicr u thc girls will all be in school. We are glad that thc move is only Mr. and Mrs. temporarily. Uroylcs Burton have moved to their home recently purchased Mrs. f,m A. E. HamDton. spent David Brown and children a few days last week with her Mr. and Mrs. A. parents here. E. Rice and Misscj Hazel and Gladys Price were the guest oi Mrs. Mattie Price last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Norton spent Sa urday night with Mr. Miss and Mrs. H:nry Todd. rnnnif Mullins spent Saturday night with Mis Jewell Debord. Mr. and (virs. J. n vunnoo and pretty little daughter of Mep Wanted L& N. Railroad This Company will rail- hire experienced - road machinists, boiler makers, blacksmiths and car inspectors and furnish them work at rates prescribed b y United States Railroad Labor Board. Catarrh I a Local dleaae greaUr Influenced by Constitutional condition. HALL'S CATAIIRH MEDICINE con-al- iu or an Ointment which give Quick and the Keller by local application, Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acta through the Mood on the Mucoua Surface and M!t In ridding your 8yatm of Catarrh. Sold by druggtata for over 40 Tear. F. J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, O. YOUNG Mongolian CATARRH iTJVE. --- all. This Sale will begin at 9 o'clock, rain or shine. Come one. Come , Bro yle BRIEFEST I FOR SALE Ford car. this year's model, in first class condition. Mrs. D. C. Price. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3t. LEVEL GREEN DOESN'T GET RUN FOR MONEY Anomalous as it may appear Kentucky, which ranks with the among the States in education, spends more of its tax money for that purpose than probably any ofy the other States. Over half of dollar collected in taxes in Kentucky goes for education, and this has been going on for many years. At first 'blush the statement might not be convincing, but the facts sustain it. The State tax rate is 40 cents on the $100 worth of taxable property, and of every 40 cents collected 21 cents goes for educational n purposes. Of the 21 cents the schools receive 18 cents, Kentucky University 1 4 cents and each of the two State Normal of a cent each. In, other Schools words, for every dollar of taxes the cents, of 2 schools receive 52 ev-ercom-mo3-8 fund 2 2 cents and the purpose fund 37 2 cents. For many years those conversant with the situation have contended a State that expends over half of its. tax money for education nmrht to pet better results for the outlay, and this has been tho incentive that has spurred most of tho more recent activities looking to educational reform. sinking DEMAND FOR GOOD CATTLE There were between 800 and 900 cattle at Nunnclley's Stock Pens Monday and most of them sold. There was a sharp demand for thc better class of cattle and some sold as high as 7 2 cents. This price was paid for choice yearling and steers. Heifers sold at Quite a number of 4 to 5 cents. mules sold at $75 to $100. The mule mnrket is considerably brighter, al- ,Mith there is little demand for mule colts. Interior Journal. DRYEST FALL IN 38 YEARS It has not been so dry In the fall since 1884. Then it did not rain until during February, 1885. When tho rains did set in they were followed by violent anow storms, forming drifts twenty feet high. For weeks travel was nlmost impossible. Raywick Cor. Lebanon KENTUCKY COURT circuit court convened at Mt. jvet Robertson county, last week, was tne ghortcst session ever held in the sutc- - Thc petit jury was but as there was only one case to be trjcd nnj that was cora. promised after the jury was sworn se-th- at cct .LIA Al. cents, the university the two normal schols an aggregate of 3 8 cents. With 21 cents of the tax rate devoted to education, there is left only 19 cents qf the oth-er rate to be applied to every department of the State government. Roads get 3 cents, the sinking fund 1 "cent and the remaining 15 cents Into the general purpose fund. Figured on the basis of a dollar, the roads get 7 2 cents, the atttnftla lpfr Ah 4 3-- 8 cents, and' 40-ce- nt scv-er- al THREE GOOD RULES YOUNG MAN who was determined to build uri a snug little fortune decided to learn how others had solved thc same problems that confronted him. He found three things were necessary. m A Of course he must learn to earn money and the more he could earn the easier his success" would be. He found that it was very impor.Second to learn to spend his money properly. tant It is very easy to "blow in" alia man earns. Third He found it was no trick to save were money if the firsthand second-ruleobserved. 'Any one who knows how to earn money and spend wisely will find a snug bank account easily obtained. Try these rules for yourself. First . rior Journal. they were immediately dismissed. Tho grand jury adjourned after a brief session of n few hours without Only returning any indictments. one person has been sent to thc penitentiary from Robertson county in several years. MURDER WILL OUT It seems now that the murderers of Lura Parsons, thc Pine Mountain school teacher, victim of a brutal crime more than two years ago, may have to face trial in a court of jusLast week indictments were tice. returned in the Harlan circuit court against Jerry Reed and James Robinson, negro convicts who were at work in that section of the state when Miss Parsons was murdered, and John Marcum, of Clay county, a camp guard at thc time of thc killing. The indictments are tho result of a secret investigation conducted by the local authorities, resulting in the finding of Miss Parsons' pocket-boowhich one of the convicts had sold to another, after tho camp was closed and thc men taken back to Frankfort, and of thc blood stained un derwear of one of tho convicts, which was found in a hollow tree on the mountain trail. It is reported in tho press that one of these convictcs is "out on parole," and it is likely he still will bo out on parole, if ho reads the papers or hears of his indictment. Reports from Frankfort that the new indictments are the result of an attempt to "frame" the men accused in order to claim tho reward of $1,500 also are to be taken into consideration, and it may be true that the hopes of tho people of tho stato for an early conviction and just pun ishment of the slayers of Miss Par sons will again be disappointed. As Daniel Webster once said, "Murder will out." That used to be a great deal truer than it is nowadays, for in recent years this country has had a number of murders for which no man ever has been ar- rested and punished. We hope, the Harlan grand jury Is not on a cold trajl this time, as it was in former trials, growing out Inteof this abominable murder. James Hayse Jr. ol Crab Orchard was here this week buying geese. Mrs. Rcubin Horton and son of Wayncsburg were in this part last week buying hogs. Miss Lula Hurst has returned from a visit with the family of The New rumen Home Journal and her brother Charles Hurst at Paint Lick Mrs. W. F. Debord Friday. Mt.VernenSijnilforJl.75 per year. spent Sunday with Mrs. May Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mullins. NOTICE: Hatcher and children spent SunI have decided to sell my farm THE FOLLOWING PAPER day win A. F. Lawrence and AT THE known as the Harve Bowman family Mrs. Charles Brown has WON FIRST PLACE place on the Brodhead and Alt. SCHOOL AND AGRICULTURVernon road near Hiatt. Thc been very sick but is some bet AL FAIR AT MT VERNON 1922 place will speak for itself. A good ter. Wm. H. Brown spent Wed6 100m house and "Why Cull Poultry For Egg nesday night with his daughter good tobacco land or will raise Mrs. Minnie McWillinms. Mrs. Production.'' anything you wish. This home is Jack Debord and little daughter What we mean by the word well worth $2000 but as I am Lucile left Saturday for Stilesvillc cull is to pick out or select choice away from it I will take $900.00 Indiana where she will join her already been cash down. If anyone wants to husband. Thc wedding of Mr. hens. We have begets like and buy write Mary Boyd. - 105 S. R. L. Norton of Wabd and Miss taught that like a flock of poul when you once get 13th St.. Mt. Vernon. IllEssye Brown was solemnized at try Stnrtca U IS very csscimui thc home or her fnther Wm. H. work is started oclock Nov. 30. Thc that the culling Brown at FOR RENT: game. ceremony was perfoimed by Rev. early in the Two store houses on West D. R. Gentry after which a In starting in poultry work it is best to raise only one kind of Main Street, Mt. Vernon. Good poultry and it should be pure location tor anyone who wonts bred. Your flock will look better to come to town to do business I nnd the culling for egg produc and send his children to school tion con be carr cd on much easi Fritz Kreuger. 3t For nffnts and Children er Years A silver service pin. In Use For Over LOST We shou'd watch our flack nnd star shaped with the letters US when a hen gets lazy and spends on it. Kcward it tound. car7Ji tCUl most of her time on thc roost or LtnM K. Thompson I Signature of " drooping around the poultry yard it is time to cull, as their expenses are paid by the other hens. A lot of attention should be given to the selecticn of male birds ns your pullets are going to be in a large measure like the male birds. In other words ihe rooster is going to determine to a great extent the laying qualiSubscribe For Your Home Paper , ties of your pullets. It is only by right culling that the color of y"bur flock can be Vernon Signal kept up, for a poor color this year will mean a very bad color in AND your next years chickens. By selecting hens that measure up to high standards of egg production your flock can be kept up to the standard. Gertrude Caudill Junior Club Member Mt. Vernon, R. I s, 1 1 1 Missouri and Mrs. Nannie Van-hoo- k were and son Marcum guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins last week. Ed Brown was in Mt. Vernon Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mrs. John R. Hamm was over from Walnut Grove last week to see her sister Mrs. Nellie Brown who has fever O. L. Hatcher was in Mt. Vernon BOYS EXPERT JOCKEYS i; Youth at Home In 8addl at an Aitonlthlngly Ttnder Age. .. ths 30 miles long. The Mongolians If a daring traveler braves the dangers of u trip Into Mongolia lie Is fascinated by the natives at the time of their summer festivals. Then every Mongolian family puts on Its best bibs and tuckers and goes to the fair, much In thc same way the people In our own country sections go to the county fulr. However, at the Mongolian county fair one ilow not "hit clgur, or the tiuby" und get a throw rings u cuues to obtuln a prize, but one does see horse races. Instead of sitting In a grand stand and watching the entire race, as you do here, you seo only the start or finish. For the nut's in Mongolia ura live-ce- are great horsemen, and learn to ride at a very early age. Their lives are spent with and on horses. The women ride as well ns the men, nnd by the time a boy has reached the ago of ten he Is un export horsemun. In fact, the Jockeys are boys. v CASTOR 30 -- A These little fellows are mounted on the very fust Mongolian ponies, 'without saddles. Their only trappings are a bridle, u whip and u handkerchief. They stnrt on their wild ride over the steppes with the courage rind spirit of men, whipping their horses fiercely, but often renchlng over kindly to wipe the dust from the eyes and nostrils of their ponies. GREAT SOUTH AMERICAN HERO Memory of Simon Bolivar Worthily Honored by the Nations He Served So Well. $6.00 Pays For Both The Mt. . The Louisville Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cabU service covering thc world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. Thc Herald's local service gives nil of the Louisville and Suburbs. Society Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of thc most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be 'supplied with a daily newspaper that intererts every member of the family? 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