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MT. VERNON SIGNAL
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MADE LIKE PANTS
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Tha Qnan Front
' Phone 78
The infant child of Austin
Staverson, born Friday, June 9
died and was buried at the Sow
dcrs grave yard.
Catarrh I. a Local dlataae crtatly In
fluenced by C'onitltutlonal conditions.
HALL'S CATAItHH MEDICINE con
lit. of an Ointment which give. Quick
lUltef by local application, ana the
nt.rnal Medicine, a Tonic, which acta
hrouch the) Wood on the lfucoua Bur
'ace. and a.tl.t. In ridding your By.t.m
of Catarrh. .
Bold by druixl.ta (or over 49 Tears.
r. J . wn.n.r v.o.a moi.uo, u.
WANTED; A first class cook at
the Rockcastle Hotel, Mt. Vr
Sjttlwi Cam 5iuh
On and after June J 2th
all BARBER SHOPS will
close promptly at 7 o'clock P.M.
except Saturday. I OP.M.
BIBLE THOUGHT TOR TODAY
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 re
pair department of our garage.
Mr. O'Mara has had 14 years ex
picrcncc as an automobile mecha
nic and ii rated as one of Ken
Our sli(f) is equipped with
thoroughly modi r.i equipment.
This means good work and
Give us a trial.
The Bryc Garage.
PERSONALS AND SOCIAL
John D Miller was in town
Mr. C. C. William spent sev
eral days in Louisville.
Mrs. Anne Evans Miller was
in Frankfort this wsek. ,
Mr. R. A Sparks is spending
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
at Buckeye Sunday at 1 1 a. m.
Mrs. Harry Houston of Hazel
Patch was in Mt. Vernon last
H. J. Cox was in Louisville
Monday and Tuesday of this
A little child of Maurice Proc
has been quite ill, but is improv
Mrs. S. T. Proctor and little
daughter arc visiting in Crab
Mrs. I. M Luswell attended
Berca College Commencement
Martin Scott was over from
Clark County during the week
Misses Frances and Bess
Sparks are spending the wee kend
Miss Mary Longford spent the
week end with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBce
are in Lancaster andDanville for
the week end.
The June Term of the Rock
cattle Circuit Court begins Mon
day June 26th.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradbury and
son James Bradbury have teturn
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. Rich
ard Young in London.
Mr. Chester Landrum is spend
ing 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,
Miss Anna Belle Stewart h:is
returned from a visit to Cincin
nati and Pittsburg,
Cecil Kamsey and Delbeit
Baker, who have been attending
Berea College are home for their
Mrs. David Craig, Misses Vir
ginia and Sidney Crawford and
Mr. Richard Cox were in Brod
Sheriff Dcve Clark and others
whose names we do not have,
attended the Berea Commence
ment 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
best in tires Attractive prices.
sBK JWK 0i ? 4RFK m. jk. x
ftfrj & mtti whl mm 1 few a$3i
Tho closing day's musical attraction
at our Chautuuqua is a combination
of tlpublo malo quartet and a popular
orchustra. In addition to tho usual
malo quartet favorites and comedy
Hay and Grain
Ci-rn No. '.! while uVittffGflo; No. 2
ellow lil '.11 (., : So. !l white (Vitfj)
OTV4i-; Nil 'I jfll.nv i!l0(MV4o; No. I
white (rJ&CI'ie; No. I jrllow Mip
(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.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry
Ilutlar Whole milk er-'iii) extras
3Se; colli ralli'd cMras 3. .irsts :iOcj
fancy ihilry U.V.
Krbs -i:iin llr.-fs i'lt ; llr-ts 121 1'.-';
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.
Cattle steers, co.l . cimim- $7,.U
08..; fair to go.jil .!.."iO?T..'Mi: ctiih
iuoii to fair SI.Vfj.(i.Vl; heiftrs, -..d
to I'hoice $a.riU0!l. fair to und i,u)
8.f0; common to fair $lir..0(); unit
good to choice $.Cf(l; i.mn?;-x '!ty
"l.'Z; slock Kteors Gff"; htock l.clf
Calves Good to choice Slug 111,7):
fair to good J8Q 10; mmiiuin and
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 shlpiH-rn J10.1K);
pigs (110 Liouudd and less) fbipUKM.
Luther Owcij Was fined in two
cr.srr, one for clrunlenrcss 810,
and 5 d vs in inil. the other for
brc-ch -f '! peace, $20 and 10
davs :n 'nil,
W I 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.
Oscar Mullins, drunkenness $10
nnd 5 days in jail, and trans
porting whisky, $100. and 30
days in jail.
WANTS TO BUY ALL YOUR
AND ALL KINDS OF
HE ALWAYS PAYS THE
MOST FOR EVERY
THING IN THIS LINE.
BRING THEM IN TO
DOWELL AND GET
Old Bank Building
Telephone No, 114
ARE MILD AND GENTLE IN
The laxative effect of Cham
berlain's Tablets is so gentle that
you ctn hardly realize that it
has been produced by a medicine
THE WHITE AND BLACK MINSTEELS
noiiKi, they will sing such wonderful
masterpieces as "Th9 Pilgrim's
Chorus" from Tannhauaer, and "Tho
Anvil Chorus" from II Trovatore
Tliclr big musical program at night
closes with a thlily-mlnutc finale of
M f. VERNON. JUNE 22-27. Get your season
Edited by MRS.
: ren arc here from Haddax with
Mrs. A.M. Hiatt is on the her mother Mrs. N. J. Vanhook.
"'J181, p Mrs Ernest Mosters was very
Bill Carmny has returned from sick lest week but wc arc glad to
Harlan. report her very much improved.
Miss Mattye Robins has Prof, J, L. Pilkenton left Sat-
mcascls. urday night for Beatyvillo where
Mr W. B. Bussell is numbered he is teachi8 a summer school,
with the sick, Mrs. W, A. Carsqn and daugh-
Little Mist Leila Mae Francis- tr: Miss Eila arc in Manchester
co has measles. visiting their son and brother,. G
n . i n . , , R. Carson and wife,
Uavid Craig was down from
IV t. ernon Tuesday. . Miss Isabella Martin has re
Mr. C. H. Frith 1ms been very fi,rned11 fro.m a Peasant visit at
sick since Tuesday of last week. .a,nA,1'e where she was the guest
.. , , , ot her cousin Miss Hazel Wallen
Mrs. j I . Lawrence has been
very sick si.ice Thursday of last
Wallace Haggard ' is in Eliza
be. blown working with a bridge
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robins
bnd child: en were in Mt. Vernon
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ball were
in Mt Vernon between trains
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holly
of Louisville are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Anderson,
Swannic Price traveling sales
man of Mt. Vernon was calling
on our merchants TisJay. ".
Mr. and Mrs. Millard Knuck
les 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.
S T'v RDAY NIGHT, JUNE 17
eMS WAY THEATRE
PRICE 20c and 30c. War Tax Included
wrw; a: 'y?n'VTG3u-Qi;isia.-maxjZL . i-tt r 1
HOW WE t. LEARED OUR
bUMMFR HOME OF RATS'.
Sy Mrs. Perry.
""When we opened our seaside
home last May, it was alive with
rats. They gnawed all the up
holstcring. e cleaned them out
in a week with RAT-SNAP. I
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. '
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John
Pitman, a fine boy, on Thursday
Don't wait until the 'ast minute
to get your Chautauqua season
Proof of the pudding is in the
eating thereof. Thousands praise
Tanlac So will you. Davis Drug
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 hii.'g t
Sheriff Clark an r 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 Sing
leton was arrested and there is a
warrant out for Sam Singleton.
high class minstrelsy, In which Walt
Wood, deep baas soloist and banjolst,
anil Itnlph Marshall, tenor and player
on numerous Instruments, anj the end
men and chief funmakers, appearing
In 'black face."
Mrs, James Painter and child-
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.
Rev. Newton is conductiug a
scries of meetings at the Metho
dist church. Rev. Newton is a
fine speaker and is delivering
some excellent sermons to good
CASTOR I A
For fnffnts and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Show me the man who is al
ways 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 lo
cation of the still and the sheriff
being absent, he called on De
puty W. H. Levisay, who im
mediately 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
If you feel tired, worn out,
nervous and all unstrung, Taks
Tanlac. It will straighten you
out. Davis Drug Store.
Hon. J. M. Robsion, Congress
man from this District will be
here on the 26th, instant and
address the citizens of the county,
in the Court-House 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 en
tertained and repaid if they will
hear the Congressman.
Two Men in Trouble
A MAN had an automobile and he
thought it wise to keep just a little
gas in his tank. "Why buy more than I
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 mon
ey 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 be
fore 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.
The Peoples Bank
I GOT4REAL vAD WHEN I
LOST MY SETTING HEN."
"I went into the hen house
one morning and found my favor
ite setter dead. I got real mad.
Went to the store, bought some
RAT-SNAP and in a week I got
six dead rats. Everybody who
raises poultry should keep RAT
SNAP." Three sizes. 35c. 65c
SI. 25 Sold and guaranteed by
C. C. Davis C. C. Cox.
Preaching next Sunday both
morning and evening, all invited.
J. W. Ligon, Minuter.
The progressive Reds Junior
Agriculture Club met in Mt
Vernon Wednesday lune 14th,
and the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Miss Margaret Fish was re-elect
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 del
egate 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 pro
ducts. WANTED AT ONCE. First
class plumbers with tools. Per
manent work. Wire, will re
fund transportation to efficient
men. Master Plumbers Associa
tion, Fourth fit Liberty, Louis
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
Tanlac overcomes rheumatism
by toning up and invigorating
the vital organs, thereby enab
ling them to eliminate poisons
from the saytem. Davis Drug
Miss Risse Williams left Tucs
diy 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 Living
ston 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 nice
ly 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.
Signal 'Ads' Pay
r,i - Tt' - -
The Six Royal
just like they wear in
Holland, Wooden Shoes
and P n n'te. loons.
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Curious Instiuments and
Musical Novelties, Swiss
Bell Ringing and Cath-
edral Chimes, Farm
Bells. School Bells
and the Cymbal
This Wonderful Family of J
r 1 1 8,t s-tnis fc.uropen.n
Novelty Musical Attrac
tion willfc be one of the
of our Chautauqua
Bring the, Whole Family
Pop. Mom. 'Buddy' and 'Sis'
AU Aboard For HolIaiti
The Big" Chautauqua Tent.
Friday Af terheju- June 23rd
Adults 3-CiiiIdren$l. 50
EGGS AND OLIVES
This dish makes n almost per
fectly 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 (quar
tered); 2 enps boiled rice; 3 cups
Creole sauce. Arrange rice in bot
tom 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,
1 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 com
pletely 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
The two weeks old babe of
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cox, of Lon
don died Saturday morning,
June 10 and was brought to Mt.
Vernon where burial service was
held in Elmwood Cemetery Sat
urday evening. The young par
ents have the sympathy of all
in the loss of their first born.
HOW A NOTED VET. GETS
RID OF RATS - FARMERS
Dr. H. H. Butler says. "1 used
RAT-SNAP uround my hospitals
cert' three months, whether 1
see rats or not. It does the work
RAT-SNAP gets them even'
time. I recommend it to every
body 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.