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Signal By ESTABLISHFD J887 - VOLUME XXXI VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, K'Y FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1917 NUMBER 1 BROD H HAD Miss Martha Moore, (laughter oi Mr. mid Mrs. John Moore of plneu, and Jn nits Mink uoru on Thursday of last the Rev. A J. I'iku offlciatin?,'. Little Charles Proctor,, ageo i). was msuntiy Killed ou on Thursday of Inst week, when a log rolled over him. The child's uncle, lohii Harris, was tutting logs and we understand that tin hoy was sitting on the log that was being sawed when it suddenly broke off throwing him the log and rolling over him His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor ris Proctor, were in Cincinnati Mr. Pnxtor having enlisted in the Army ami Mrs. Proctor has been in that city for several months Mrs. Susie Tharp, grand mother ol the child, was looping him. The burial took bo-lo- linV1 uhtirch com- - months. Miss Kiln Dunn, of following day after Danville, was n recent visitor to short services by Eld.. I,. N. our town, and was tho guest of Bowling. Pleas. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. . G. Frith. Hrod-thi- s family motored from Illinois Inst head Chapter, Royal Arch week and woro with his parents, 'sons, elected the following as Mr and Mrs John II. Williams llicers for tho coming vear: W. in the Freedom section several ill. Anderson, High Priest; R. L. days. Mrs John Anderson, of Smith, King; M. A. Stoven, Covington, was hero bst week Scribe; A. M. lliatt, Treas; John the guest of her brother, W. A Robins, Sec'y; Ed Smith, CapJohnson. R. II. Hicks, who ha tain or tho Host; I. M Roberts, been working in Louisville for Principal Sojourner; R S. Shivcl, sevoral weeks, came homo about Royal Arch Captain; J. W. Mooro two weeks ago, but returned Master 3rd Veil; Lee Chandler, Sunday afternoon and will resume Master 2nd Veil; J. V. Watsou. his labors thero so long as Uncle Master islVeil and John Sigman him. Eld. L. N. Sent.ncl Sam needs Mr. and iMrs W. A. Howling held regular services at Carson, and sou, Leo woro guests the Christian church Saturday of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Craig of overling and Sunday. Chas. tho Quail section Sunday tho Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs J 16th. L. N. Howling attended M. Owens, is at homo from Cin the convention at Campbellsville cinnati whero he has been last week, making tho trip with for ih'j past several H. T. Young and E. R. Gentry Mrs. Walter Robins, and little ,1,ncu nt lllc ulury the Wayside Notes "J. M." - k, d Ml Vernon BARGAIN HOUSE & HEADQUARTERS FOR Fancy Groceries Notions Drop in and inspect our stock and learn our prices. Get better acquainted. To my old patrons and friends in tho country 1 extend a cordial welcome, when in town, to make our store your headquarters. It will do mo good to shako hands with you again. Any time 1 can lie of service to you, you only have to command mo. daughtoiv Inezr were with relatives in Lancaster and Mt. Vernon last week-Mr. and Mrs. Dick Albright left Thursday of last week for Ashvillo, N. C, going there on account of Mr. Albright's health. Theso are good people and have lots of friends hero and all Hope for him a speedy recovery. C. H. Frith sold what is known as tho Grand Robeits farm at Gum Sulphur to Win. Musters, of Corbin, for Mrs. Belle Henderson, SloUO.oo. of Paint Lick, Is with her daugh ter, Mr. E. B. Newland this week. A. E. Albright is recov ering from an attack of typhoid, and two of his daughters. Miss Hazel and Vivian are very sick from tho same disease. Mr. and Mrs U. B. Cass, who wore in Cincinnati for several weeks, are making Brodhead their home. . Vour oldfYieffi','?lT'm P. Q. GRIFFIN MT. VERNON, KY. i I lj r a I ESTATE When you want your property sold see. me. LiL I When you want to buy property come round. I can please you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL the Li & N. Bridge Department. Mrs. H. J. Chestnnt, recently of Red Jacket, W. Va , is with relatives in the- - Hiatt Mrs. A. J. Haggard is seriously ill, her condition is rather alarming. The Howard Bros, mill was damaged by fire one night last week to the amount 1 of looo.oo. Howard Bros are cutting lumber for Arch Taylor 011 the Harmont Tie and Lum ber Co contract, J. J. Belcher sold hh farm this week to a Mr Doan for ?38do 00, and has. been offered $1500 00 for tho growing crop Thos. Chorrv aud H. G. Skiles were up from Crab Orchard Tuesday looking after some oil leases, and whilo here Mr. Cherry sold his farm, leuown as the John Cherry farm, to Ed Barger for 15oo. Waltor Rob- ius, who has been running a Street Car in Detroit, Mich, for several mouths was compelled to givo up the job on account of impaired hearing, aud is with rel atives hero for a few days. He will leave in a few days with his family for Tampa, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Haggard, of Red Jacket, W. Va , are hero 011 nc count of the illness of Mr. mother. G. G Lawronco sold a small tract of land about two miles from town to Nathan Brummett for $7s.oo. W. bought five acres of land from G. M. Johnson, for 25o 00 or,d Mr. Johnson bought a house and lot from H. H. Reynolds in tho Henry Addition for $300.90. J. J. Simpsou. of tho Coppor Creek section, Idst two valuable cows Monday night. They broko into his corn fiold, dying from founder. -- Dr. and Mrs. Byron Owens have moved to Louisville, and will mako their home there until tho doctor completes his course of study In tho Medical T K. Francisco is movcollege. ing his family to Mt. Vernon, where ho will ergago in tho restaurant business. We regret to givo up Mr. Francisco and his cstiumblo family. sos-tio-- .a'iop,y?dy' -J. Hag-gard'- s J. W. RIDER Real Estate Agent GREAT FAITH IN COMOIAND DIARRHOEA REMEDY. "Chamberlain's Collo and Di was used by arrhoea Remedy my fathor about a year ago when he had diarrhoea It relieved him immediately and by taking three doses he was absolutely cured. He has groat faith in this remedy," wrttes Mrs. W. H. Williams, Stanloy, N. Y. CHAM-BERLAIN'- S Lexington raised- i $3500 toward tho $loo,ooo rOad fund, this week, lor use inj complet ing tho gap hi tho Highway, thru Rockcastle and WILL ORGANIZE Laurel counties. The Phoenix j Hotel management gave $500 of this amount. - ,t ji WITH over "Nikalgin", , victory Mt. Vernon Graded pain an anaesthetic discovored High School by Gordon Edwards, 35, of Milwaukee, is proving"the most wonderful anesthetefcand Will be in Mt. Vernon every Monday of modem discovery for instruction. times. It is now in daily use in all the French and British hosStudents interested may see me at pitals in Paris and on! the war School Building a9 to terms, etc. front. The manner of applica tion is by pressure jst to the Any one desiring information during outer- person and notQinjccted. my abicence will plea9e call up The patient does not llose conPROF. D. H. LYON. sciousness but can watch the No mattet what momentous physician amputate hi. arm or leg without feeling any pains subject may be before the peoDI from the operation. Burns from ple there are usually scores of gas or other sources arj relioved men who imagine they have a of pain immediately upon appli- remedy and seem to think they This cau solve any problem, regardcation of tho anesthesia. great work of relieving pain is less of whether or not they have suited for tho entiro Common-wealt- before any serious cons ideratlon carried on without eipense to ever, given tho subject serieus is given such oills bv legislators the government whose? soldiers study' Thoy are Jcasily guided, or the people of tho State. It would bo a most unwise are receiving the benefits!. Miss in most instances, by Jhearsay There is yet needed some highMorgan of New York arid other talk and prejudices and in a ma move on the part of the Departly important highway legislation officials to advise or Americans furnishing the money jority "of cases their proposed ment any other than the very which will bo brought before Howard Gordon, tho discoverer, remedies, especially in highway has not asked or received a cent work, would not only suit local best laws on the subjoct because tho next meeting of the Kenfor his discovery, but.f,is kept conditions and might be totally they are the ones, more than tucky Legislature for considerabusy In tho various hospitals untitted even in tho adjoining anyone else, that havo to admin tion and action thereon. looking to the applications of his counties much less in the major- ister the law and would be the Engineer Will Caldwell who "Nikalgin," which is also- prov- ity oi the counties in the state. most adversely affected by bad made the trip, in a Dodge car, ing to have wonderful curative laws. from Detroit last week, says DepartThe Stato Highway powers as well as aii anesthetic. To make a long story short Michigan has somo mighty fine ment is necessarily compelled The labor problem is worrying to work with the officials of prac- every proposed law should either roads as well as Ohio tho he Clark county people, iionnany tically every county In the state be drawn by tho State Highway found somo pretty rough sledhave gone from bere'drlriflg.past and can tell with a great deal ot Department or else have the ap- ding on a number of tho high. accaracv-what.laws .are best proval ot.ths. Highway,, Officials ways in .thojattar 6tate. . ' i "' 'l " ttiiu?macuTscioTiH " plants to the north tnat the scatcity of labor here is proving serious. Muny of the farmers and the road builders tnki their forces btck and forward between town and country in wagons, buggies, - onto or auto trucks, daily. Laborers dont have to hunt work, works hunts them, besides furnishing the trans portation between home and place of employment. Tho prices during hemp and tobacco cutting rules high and wages are I good at all times, with plenty of work and laborers few. Fou deaths from automobile accidents have occured in this county within .lust two months. Offer for sale to the highest bidder the following : The latest took place on Thursday of last week six miles west acres If not sold privately before hand I will offer my farm of of Winchester at Pine Grove station when a freight train stiuck tho machine of Squire One-HaSam Pursloy, inflicting injuries from which ho died four hours land will be sold lator. Tho writor saw tho ma- Good buildings, well watered and fine orchard. chine Friday while on his way to day I will offer the time. cash, balance 1 Fraukfort. Theauto was thrown one-ha- lf against a telephone polos with following personal property : such torco that it was literally mules, well broke, smashed into a scrap heap. good three-year-o- ld This is th? fourth death to tho 1 extra good yearling hlley credit, of t that fatalistic road crossing, within three years. good milch cows, three years old, Ono man Carlisle Baldwin was heifer call, drowned in Kentucky river at Jackson Ferry Sunday. A cargood hogs, weight about 150 lbs. each, killed here last week by a penter two -- horse wagon, falling sea Hold. buggy, One among the many meritorious moves made by Governor Rhode Island red hens, Stanley wus his proclamation isbushels potatoes, sued to tho people of Kentucky, under date of September 20th, 300 bushels corn, .naming Sunday October I4U1 as pounds pea hay in barn, DAY. "Tho GOOD ROADS present conditions rendor tho I turning plow, construction und maintenance of disc harrow, I public highways necessary alike to our domestic prosperity and other farm implements too numerous to mention, National Defense, and it is of household and kitchen furniture. prime importance that popular be called to the wisattention dom of a concerted and organsix months time with cash in hand, over All under ised effort to extend our system approved surety and bearing legal interest from date. of public roads to with inter-statthoromres them and to preserve them by capable and scientific management in tho highest attainable state of effici- Dixie-Boon- e anti-repti- o mailing hundreds the Governor's proclamation, reaching all localities, particular effort being made to reach every minister in the Commonwealth requesting them to appeal to their congregations, on the above date, ask ing every ono to take greater in-terest in this great highway work which will tend toward betterment in all lines ot legitimate endeavor. Ministors, especially tboso in the counties thru which Boone Way is routed, are requested to wnto out what portion of their f irraons bearing on the highway subject, and to send a copy of same to Jim Maret, (the Boone Way man), 11 Frat. Bldg., Ky. Theso Ipapers will prove mighty interesting read ing, a number of. which it is proposed to publish. Is Department of copies of TONYDIECIDUE BRASS BAND MUSICAL DIRECTOR 1 Win-Cheste- r, TONY ECIDUE on-dors- o - - - -- -- - ''T -- ( -- r4 . PUBLIC SALE HAVING DECIDED TO GO WEST WILL ON Saturday, October 13th, 1917 lf 40 mile N. E. of Conway The On that 2 months 2 2 3 40 30 3,000 tight My TERMS $10 $10 e Auctioneer JONES ency. In an earnest endeavor to bring the importanco of good roads before the people of Ken tucky, to a greater oxtout than heretofore, the State Highway u.c j. M. WOOD SALE STARTS AT 10 A. M. -- QlflMAT V LI ilivli lvi irrDNHN vJiunru- - itffT I out of mIkhiUI Council of amj buy liti' nituof tlioso( rui Defense t.iinJs mui ami wniniui 1)0 e in afford t) Friday, Kept 28, 1917 nli nn, show a decided Crop report ran do so, by shortage in the present year's IMtriidic, when Publish d tvety J't May by nmkinir u s"f lnvoMiiient. wheat crop of the world, and n in RDGAK S. Af.MilGliT. Sjwinl from Seiiiiori't dined marked increase in corn crops There rue many country. tins Sept Said. Buys: $1.0 UB3CKIPTION ONIt YKAK tl)o first time in the history reasons why wheat should be jiIt, gt The National kY sufficiency ot well matured and lound corn for brod, ac well as wll selected seel com. Msrwx zr jaarjsxssxirm ZTi Advertising : talcs tiar.c known application : on m km mm of KWNTUf'KV ITtKhS ASSOCIATION THU GAP IX THK DIX1IJ HIGHWAY The route of the Dixie High way was delinitely ettlcel upon two ,ears ago. Since that time a surprising amount of work has been done oil both the Cincinnati and the (Louisville branches of the highway, as well as on the southern .stretch betweer Chattanooga and Florida. In .the case of the eastern or Cincinnati division, such a seven mile stretch in the Kentucky mountains, a continuous roadway between the (J rent Lakes and Florida. Is either in existence, or in course of construction. This gap is in Rockcastle and Laurel counties, Kentucky, and amounts to a total of onlj about seven miles. one hundred It will require thousand dollars to cum; the sap Rockcastle and Laurel can not pay for the work. Tin State of Kentucky, howevei offers to provide fifty thousand dollars, and a commit leu of Cin lead or hi ctnnatiaus tinder-th- e Cincinnati of Mr. Foley of the Automobile club, is tning t rai.su the balance. Twenty m thousand dollars have alreaih been secured and twenty fotn thousand dollars additional will assure the ' completion of the r- work. The Dixie Highway between Cincinnati and Cliattanooga .some ol the most attrac tivo mountain country in tin United States The .s enciy in the Cumberland tRange is wild rnd beautiful. Hotels are beine; built along the line of the road predict that and it is safe to when completed the Dixie High most way will be one cf the touring routes in the popular United States. Tho completion of the Cincinnati division ol thu Dixie High way will mean a great deal to tins city. Thuro are thousands touring in one of automobiles wart of the United Sinks or another every day in the year The amount of money spent by tourists in States which have defor u""d veloped a reputation roads is xery large. As oen as it can bo announced tha t the east oin division of the Dixie High way 'has loon c mpUted, untoSj mobiles by tho tent of thousands Cincinnati will pour through This means bundled of thous ands i cih.ips inilhtii- s- of do' lurs annually to our hotels, our theatres and our storos. It will mean advertisement for the cltj u prosperity and iucro.in.il many was. I lead-throug- HAS A HIGH OPINION OF CHAMBERLAIN'S TADLKT3. "I havo rt-- high tij inion of Chamberlain's Tablots for biliousness and as u laxative,' writes Mrs C A Barnes, Charles' For army and the armies ton, III. "I have ncvr found of I'ulaski county a Republican saM-- ff r our mild and pleasant is rally was hold hore Saturday ofoi- m-- ..Hies..l-- .,ist. Tliero .,.i moro auvtliiuK so nns aiso ..... ti, i., ""-,,..'..- ., t use aiv oroiner ..,M, ,,,ia nitrlit for the purpose' of nilvoca i 1IUUIUU11HI..C1.WU.... unuu incsc uiun 19 m ivu ''"'"J elo not know how tiujf tlie clcatioi) of tins Demo people of Europe factrry results." t prepiro corn products for crntir randidntcs for county of Thk refusal of the War departentitled tici'S. Aiming the speakers m food; Hid. A soldier is (or tint Masons of Atlanta paliatable and easily ment to establish a lodge at Unities- the big I'itcuit Court room were to the most For these and burer, Miss, will receive a vigorDenton, former digested food. Judge Jnmos other reasons we will bo expected otis protest from the Masons all Collector of Intornul Revenuo; coumrj. mi Judge H. 0, Kennedy, former to use more corn oreaii in in in .over wiuto bo found ihc Knights Cnmp is eanditlato lor Cir past years, and indications now of Columbus and to the great lrirlslfflor and cuitJudgo; County Judgo R. l'. lire that wo will, from scarcity, be Masonic order thare is no satisforced to consume less wheat factory be given why Jasper, Clmrles Gragg, Itepnb bread. So we advise all farmers their reason to should b oruauiidtio Legislj-turiii- n lican candidate for the to assort their corn in a way t the last primary, and II II. riinith, forinor County School Suporinteiu'iit. The speakers denonncod tin Republican tickc as the ticket,' and said it is uu worthy of the support of tiuu ('publicans. Tlie Democratic ticket was pledged l,f00 Kopub-beavotes, which would insure the election of Cecil Williams. Democratic candidate for the Legislature, and the entire county Ticket. Judge Uohco C. Tartar is the Kepublican candidate for Cotuitv Judge. The Kepublican speakers aie billed for nicotine's all over the county until election, and County Attorney O. W. Shadoan and former CounWesley J ty Superintendent Liarnes, both Republicans, will loin them. The split in the Re II have an el ranks im-fin- s tl' rwrv t Inp m mm I "We'll Deposit Our Money with the ci I - ! This Bank pays a your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. "Uul-Moos- MAATPL! ROUND TRIP GROW77 R.H. MILLER n Louisville 5.20 1647 Oct J4-1- 5 LEADING DR.UGGIST Mi. Vernon, LI.MITKDTOOOT.22 L. & Kentucky W.J?.Jg. U Sfc L' on the ciinilidiincy of Kdwin Morrow, if be runs again AUVUUJ I Grand Lodge ot Kentucky h German must go out of the Damillo Public Schools 'lliists the verdict of the pupils them Some tune ago Profosoi fives Ciriingey siigge'Sle d that the couisus in Gorman be dropped that French or ome either Ian .;iuni' be substituted. The sug nested was nitt with approval ,'euorally but it was decideil te lot the iipilsMliumschW decide' he question. This they have done and in tin mistakable terms. Gorman must k;o. Not.a single student voted and En French to retain it glish aro new the languages par excellent. Advocate. WILL CONCRETE SHIPS PROHLEM? SOLVE The first concrete ship to be built in Norway has been launched. i ft l:.A. M. and Grand Chapter ana Kentucky State Medical Absotiuuun 1 CALL iON US if you need anything g RAJ u in the drug line Picsciiplion Work a Spceitilty 2 a ViSfiSSSK PHONE ROUNDTRIP 39 Wi5Z2SZnZ2r2X2EX3:2XZZD3:.iBK .. n a,siia . la AHwaysWelcome , 3 "You KcptgranJmawaitlngl 1 I) l alonj Ihc way, ilUn't you? Ohuill.it sell nzht. litause (It II g SEPTEMBER 29 to OCT. 3 Inc. LIMITED TO OCT. 15 IIIIIIIH It is to bo followed by numbers of this rare but type of vessel. It is Norway's answer te) the U boat peril. The launrhiuK leiok place in the presence eif I'reinier Knu'scn, who is himself an old civil enci neer, and ho complimented the work uuthtisittstirnlly. Ho said great well-trie- '.' DP.KV.1G Is nlwa .Amu Km-i.- r iMht. Its Toren vciuins lor. 1.1 iwajs IS. NcVCf cMrl.d lt3 WOIK. Never m.(Im wtni'iM nr mstprleli nnd I I new Il'n nvre nnd ivholcsome. as Catumtt contain! only such In?rc(int9 by tl-- U.S. food n hae Urn BDDroved otflclall Authorities." tuy You son ulieiiiou taie uheii ou ust it. POWDER wei- - IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH IM I.IIIII 11 VV III! lllllllliV I 111 HIIIIlK!! llllllill III IIIRI L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT Kentucky Trotting tltirse Breeders Association 8 Oct Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomuut trouble? I would have pains and a heavy feeling alter my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my moiiih. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I hail used pills and tablets, but It just after a course of these, I would be constipated. seemed to, tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard TEEDFOESVS r ZJinUSTTCZT J0liiT A A 1AVJA JIUI itu ffrillllllliyifl n M.s ??? Sara? it was ''eimch-iimking- " A great mm laMiwwpi ROUND TRIP S'ff iwint in feu or ef this tspo eif ves-u- l ami economy is tho spee'd with which tlie hull can be made In this case only thiee weeks was roij uired fiom tho start te tlie launching The frame or mold can be Usui for each later ship of the same sii, and it is recommended very highly, so becan to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the lioiue all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the jaded liver and helps it to do its impottant work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If yott feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE (173) thought that hereafter eau be made in ten 'Ibis is not a partiuulir nropi tious time for the raising of money Even at this time, however, it should not be difficult to raise thotn-andollars in twenty-fou- r Cincinnati .for so important a work as the completion of the eastern branch of thu Dixie High way. Cincinnati Tiiiio-.Stnr. Liberty Loan Bonds The people of Ihc County will bo asked to buy Liberty- Loan Bonds from Oct. 1st to Oct. 27th. Tlii'su bonds ull be of denominations of 50 and up to $10,COO. bearing i per cent interest, pay uble semiannually and free from taxation, making them a good investment. A government bond is as good as the money bearing its stamp, ... I, in in unti muse uoiiu. nni iiilivhk i.. shortly uttor the war is Value and When the weioden falso work is in place the stsel le'inforcing rods aro quickly sot up, and the rest is only a matter of penning the concrete. Tho material quick ly hardens, and as long as it stays in the water it grows harder and stronger. This tirst slup is of 2oo tons only, but fulse weirk for others ol fioor and leioo tons is being prepared. Could they not be nraele teiusinkable by haini the hull and deck's vory (hick but filled with a great number of small thus practically making uvory ship a lifebo.il? This plan was pr.pocd to our own Government, moutsago, by Current Events. d.i.. the IiuIIh October Ph (0 and 2 PS. Limited to Oct. 7 L. & N. R. TALENT Muslclans-Roado- HIE n U Lecturers s. Q 0i ACCOUNT t- -l rs cd Kentucky Bankers Association Sfpti7 S S & Used 40 w i Years 9 wr 03 CO I J. CD CD C.MeCLlRYS For the Lyceum and ChauUu-quaWe will oroanize five new Our companies this season. present companies are all engaged and making good. Special coaching classes begin Sept. 15. Out of town students can put all Instruction In one day per week. Catalog upon application. CARDI) ,8 tfc The Woman's Tonic j H A Sold Everywhere Woslwood Conservatory ofMusIc : KUPEFUL PROSPECT. :: Elocution and Languages Harrison and Montana Aves. ::: UMOERTAKEH and EMBALMER MRS. CORA W. HIGDON, Directress I Carefully Treat Children's Colds 00 I fK STANFORD, KY. C. C. U .ttorni:y-a- t WestwoocJ. . MORAL Cincinnati, O. ft 'rCl?JHalIk---- o Bonds on tonus that will be con venient for them to meet. Rock Neglect of clilMri'ii'aeoHa often lajstha uuiulatu'ii of scrloiw lime trouble. On the otlior IiuhJ, it U harmful to contlim- ally dose delicate little ktomaclu with In. ternal iimllcineu or to kef the chlldrtil ovor will soil above face vuluo, If nI1J8 iniioott, Plenty of frcih air in the bedroom and a Ono desires to part with thorn pood ailliaUoii of VicU'ii "Van 0 Hub" i All banks of our county should, gahootr the throat and at the flwt of trouble, lid W'C think will, llOlp their in from ioM will keep tho little chainfiee without liijuriiif their dld epeslters procne lalieit J.oan K.tiOIW.i a5o,50c,or$l,00. ... TRADE The quality ot i,... I cht VICKSSALVE Xxyd&y$&$&-- y & mt vkknon.ky OFFICE. On2CC.nooroiri Bank of Mt. Vernon, on,4 Church St. Special atten U tlon givou collections. 'PNONtt 80 p Williams law I what you have to sell is known to some people all of the time ' and all of the people some ol Uo Darling. I don't Utxoxt y the time, but advertise ay tu your fathetr. SUe Just with us and you'll reach uarry your say: ".Mr. Munn, daughter" then all of the people all of the tlma. regu-larl- wtiat to I wish to dodgo. MT.VLRNON SIGNAL Mt VlCKNON ! Mrs Shirley Tatr, who was Misfi Willie Hen ton 'mid who lias Red Cross Notes npho people of Disputauta say they will supportQour chapter vvith work and money. The, peoplo in this vicinity aro1 patriotic, nnd Rockcasilo should, be proud that this vicinity is with-- ' in her borders; ' IHMHilHIMHHllllBHHHHBiBHIIHiBllHiaiflBHiiHiVIBHBH''VHBi Kv.Sopt. 1 28, to7 , "70 Sj ' ttfitt Willi who "No. ?" wittnry( Comiiitinl' ij tt MKlNAt ii 'J I ii tlvcs in this county. Mis. M C. Williams and son, J I South John Hiij of Somerset, nud sis IAS. IyANDKOM, Agellt. tcr, Mrs Sam Hooker, of Russel- Phon! No. 8. .ville. who used lo be Miss Nan l nl the All vernnn, ivy. iwo'iirei inniioili. -- -1 nunc Wednesday to nmil ninltcr.. tut spend a fow days With Mt. Vernon relatives and friends. Johu I K It S 0 A li Hig Williams expects to leave m Miss Minnie Halior is lumu from next month for France as a memMemphis, Tciin. ber of the Hospital Corps. John Frazicr is here from InLOCAL. diana oil a visit to relatives. Mii-Mollie Jones of Danville, Get it at Fish's and you know has been visiting Miss Grace the quality is right Cox. Riding pants and leggins for Willie Adams was home from everybody at Fish's. during the Lebanon Junction Rev. J. W. Riddle will preach week. at Bine Hill jSunday morning at Mis W. H. Fish and bon, Will-ino'clock. aro with London relatives Asjn JilLchJld otVMjr, vyjdjed for a week. being sick only B. Tuesday after We understand that W. since Friday. Spivcy is moving his family bacl Buy your winter shoes from iik 'to Mt. Vornon. Mr and Mrs. Asher Cummins and save the difference. Sutto.v fc McBkk are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Green Salem. Ind. Sowdei in Heavy shoes, tino shoes and all Mrs.' Inn St. Clair and young kinds of shoes for the whole famson of Lexington, aro with rela- ily at reasonable prices nt Fish's. tives hero for a visit. If you are looking for someMr and- Mrs. Willio Cummins thing for nothing you are likely to aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a get disappointed anywhere you fine boy at their libuie. look. T. ('. O'Maia who has a good The shoes Jim Maiet and Bill Danville linn been with Owens position have had so much to say hit. family here for a fow days. about can be seen iu Fish's winDock Hopkins and Grant dow. Glass priwere made P'irst George Sand Claud Grinin vates in the Second Kentucky. sold to Geo. Wron 21 head of Mrs. Orlena Henderson spent 2 year old stuff which brought Satutday and Sunday with Mr thorn $789.oo. They got 6 cts and Mrs. E IJ. Brown, nt Quail per pound. V. C. Talo and P L. Thump There hayo been so many Mt Jr , yilliKttend ihp Bankers. Vornon anrt Rockcastle people Louisville noxt Convention in visited Camp Stanley within the weu. lust week that wo can not atMrs. Urns. A. Clinndlor, of tempt to give tho names.' London, spent Fridnv uuti' George Owens, the monument Wednesday with Mt. Vernou relman from Mt. Vernon, Ky., was atives. town bore Monday setting up a Hobart Griffin, who has been nice stone ti the grave of Mrs with tho U. S Marines since Loudon Sentinel. M. L. Paisley. May is expected home Monday Craig has bought S7 M. J. for a ten days visit. William G. Fain, of the Pin acres of tho Dave Thompson farm Hill section, who has been tele- out only a short distanco from graphing near Pittsburg, Pa., is Lancaster. He paid a fancy prico but it is said to be one of the home for a fow days. best farms in Garrard county. '!!) Tho Wildie nud Conway section nro willing to do- - their mite and the Knitting Club is showing ' louitvuc AtuiHvium n.co. good work. 11 Rockcastle county I'lMIJ TAHI.U. hoy' and the Tho knitting Club of Mt. Ver-tiop m family, have the deepi'st sympa meet each Monday night and 5.52 iiftrtn ihfili a 111 thy (if n host of friends nud rein talk. Many now hands nro now norm n Skifir lived with her mother, Mm, Liiulu IJonton, in Oklahoma, hiiico Mr. Tnto'B dentil, hns jolno I tho Red Cross ns n nurso and expects to an to Krnncu Minn. Mrs. Arthur Wallin died at lior I101110 in Coin minis, Ohio, '.Tuesday fi'iim Sin h.id hooti suf fcrlni; from this forsomn months and had several operations with out a cure. Tho husband, who in 1 SI south .11:43 n id -- 12:lil a 111 fnli-n-i- ixrnnd-riiu- s s 11 J - plying the needles. Everybody who lias work com pluted is asifed to bring or send same in heforo Monday evening, October 1st, ns tho Chapter wishes to make n shipment some time during next week. Livingston peoplu tell us they aro ready to do their mite in Red Cross work and we hope to bo ablo to oblige them with a call October 1st These people always do things with might and main Wo think knitting needles havo already been brought from the garret and placed on the mantle to be icndy for the call to arms OIL NEWS. Goorgo P. Mm rin and Lee Shafer, of Parkenburg, Va., nre getting ready to sink a well in tho Vicinity Mr. Rowland, who has been do; ing the drilling for H. S. Shator will either move his machinery to Bowling Green or Winchester just as Soon us he completes the well ho is now diilling. Ho expects to be able to go by the last of 'next week. Newest creation iu Millinery now on display. FOR COOL AUTUMN DAYS Warmer clothing: is Cooler days are coming, comfortable now soon it will be a necessity. New Fall styles of suits are waiting for you in our clothing department. The latest kind of fashion tor the younger men, handsome, conservative models for those who like them, fabrics ht from splendid and all hand-tailored full-weig- I 1fliA-T-rlL- : "iiiFiiUL: IS x?& in new and striking patterns. We like to sell clothes that our customers can bt positive about; gooiU that you don't have to take anybody's word for ; clothes you know are good. It's taiy to tell ituh clothes, and they are a atisfactiou to everyfind everything you. want in body -- You-vill BwrEsxsa Fish's 3 $10 $20 $15 Specials SHIRTS Sutton .t Willis McKenzieand McBu.it 111 Mill-Hn- s . Mr. D R. Brock from Londou W. M. Mullius took his crow of Riini! down Saturday and siaied with his men to top ot hill near Bill Patover until inonday daughter, Mrs. E. S. Albright. ten's place and .began work on S. C. Franklin was in Lexing- grade Monday. Thero is another ton from Sunday to Monday visit- crow grading from tho South. ing his mother, and sister Mrs Two or three week's will complete Larry Bell, and also visited Camp the grade to Livingston. Stanley. F. L. DiuhaiH will move to his now home tho lirst of the month nud W. T. Crawford will move to the McClary property owned by Cox and Logan Bryant, Earl Fred Baber wont to Cincinnati last night to got throo Fords, one of which is for IJ. J. Audercon ono for Dr. Graveloy Chas.C. Davis. and the of Brod-lioa- d other for H. S. Earl Philips, of tho Hi att secmember ot the Beginning with noxt Monday tion is a now Ford family and is getting so ho morning the Mt. Vernon Power can climb trees and tho highest Co will begin putting on morn hills in tho Conway valloy. ing current. The light company hopes to bf ablo to givo the us"Mr. and Mrs. Willis McKonzio, F L Thompson. Jr., PrcdMcFer-ro- ual splendid all night service and Wilburn Miller, motored given lioretoforo but that is a alover to Loxingtou ycsteidaj, re- matter that will bo regulated together by tho coal situation. turning early this morning. Harlan Doan bought tho Bel Mr. J. W. Brown wiitos from Brown who cher farm in the Iliatt section I.ouisvillo that Mrs. underwont u very serious opera-tio- n 180 acres for which ho paid last week is able to sit up $5,800.00. Mr. Doau who hns been iu tho mercantile business and will bo at homo next week. on Skeggs Creok sold his storo Uapt. Jim Dillion of Co. A. 2d to J. W. Cromor H expects to Ky. Ir.ft. passed thru Monday move to his new homo just a onrouto to London to seo his soon as ho tan get everything t follcs boforo going with his arranged. Shelby at Hattios-burg- , to Camp Camp Stanley, Lexington, is a Miss. deserted spot today. All the The eight year old son of Mr. boys stationed there left Wednesand Mrs. Ed Deathorage 1ms day and Thursday for Camp been very sick with fever. Ke Shelby at Hattiosburg, Miss, for had typhoid and pneumonia botli further training. Rockcastle at onco. Tile little follow is im- County is well represented at Camp Shelby with a dozen or ported somo bettor today. more gallant boys, who are II and Mrs. IJ. J. Anderson anxious to gel a whack at Kaiser Mr. will loavo within tho noxt fow Bill. days for Flanimgan to nmko their Ladies suits in new Fall styles futiuo home Mr. Andorson has at SUTTON & McHkk's. charge of the L & N. section at Two good harness For that place. We regret to give niarosSalk: one good second hand, and up thoso splendid people and rubber tire leather top Bohon thoiu there is a welcome in buscy- Edgar Muluns. Mt. Vornon for thorn. n rogi-incn1 os-su- re Shafor, the Oil man. party returning from Loxingtou last night must evidently found the grade between ; hero and rough sailing. At 8 o'clock last niirht they reached tho Shafer hill 3 miles west of town, where they Ihung up. At 11 o'clock llerbort Cox. Hyatt Crawford and Lige Cummins started in a Ford to pull (thorn in. They got a little beyond. GusrStaVerson's when the "jitney'" sank to tho axle in the grade and thero the relief corps had to stop. Leaving the car the boys walked the rest of tho way. On reaching the belated party they found Messrs McKenzie and Thompson occupying both seats of the car peacefully sleeping while Mrs. McKenzie was performing sonti nol duty. Fred McFerron and Wilburn Miller had walked to town earlier in the Enight to bring tho message and seud ,the relief crow. The party reached Mt. Vernon in safety at 3 30 A. M. Sweaters for father, mother, ister and brother at FMi s. A party of young people of the Wildio section explored Salt Peter Cave near t Mullius Station Sunduy. Those going were Misses Lou, Kditli, Bornice, Anuie and Addio Phillips, Margin and Sadie Parsons, Bertha and Vula Reynolds and Sallie btewart. Tho young men wero JBogie Par sons, Willio Iliatt, Will and Gibson Stewart, Jesse and Charley Fish, Allen Smith. Manual and Brother Reynolds, Bradloy and Bradloy Burdette. Thoy carried plenty of rations and had a fine 'dinner with enuf left to serve another meal or two, but when thoy camo out of the e&Ye after dinner they found their rations for the noxt meal missing. They are uot calling any names but thoy think thoy know tho guilty hungry party. Brocl-head Sig-mo- In the well known Stetson and Swann lne 52 to $5. NEW FALL HATS ' In the newest patterns, stripes and plaids, soft and stiff cuffs1-- 75 c to $4. When You Are Come and Look First BHaMnaaanaMnaaaMeaBanHBntinngai Ready To Buy Come Back! A PA v asMo3SSSSas THE CASH STORE H:irwii Mmfi.iTX3i EXPERIENCE THE BEST For Salk: Mv residenco on ' TEACHER. , West Main street, just outside tho It is generally admitted that buijruiuivj IlllJIia Wl LilU lift. II, kl experience is the best teacher, sold at once will sell worth the but should we not make use of money. Apoly to, Geokgx Owens, the exporiouco of othert as well nc monumental aii. vernou as our own? The experience of persons is moro to Works. a thousand be depended upon than that of Fou Sale: A team of t;ood one individual. Many thousands horses, a team of good mules aud of persons havo used Chamber- two extra good saddlo hcrses. lain's Cough Remedy for coughs C. A. Davis, results, which the best with Mt. Vernon, Ky. shows it to be a thoroughly reFor Salk: One pair bay hore liable preparation for those it It is prompt mules a yr old in spring Try Lucy McCam., and pleasant to and effectual Maretburg, ICy. take. Fou Sam:: One mare 12 years in New English last shoes old; one old; one mare 4 mens and womens. horso 3 years old. Sutton & McBkr. ji-ars Wouldn't ft' Be Good Just for once, not to owe a cent ? How many times do you cross the street to avoid a creditor ? Shiver every time the phone rings afraid to go home miserable everywhere. How is it? "Hard luck" . Isn't it is poor consolation thoughtlbad management essness indifference ? Be fair with yourself. Redeem those old promises. See how much you can save today it will grow in our D. I,. IMYANT. and joining W. G. McBee's prop erty. This is tho most desirable vacant lot on Main street and as Mr. Craig has recontly bought a farm, he will offer this lot at a bargain if sold at onco. If you want the best building lot in tho town and for less money than you vill ever be able to bay at in tho future, now is tho timu to speak. For further information IJvory thing for men, women call at the Signal office. and children to wear. Sutton & McBkk. Gasounh Ungink: Any ono needing a 2 h p gasoline engine can get a bargain by calling on George (Owens at Mt. Vernon Monumoutal works. This eugiuo is guaranteed to bo in first class condition. il -- For Sam:: -- Tho splendid build- Sept '21. ing lot belonging to J. M. Craig Lost : A pair ot glasses, gold frame, lost on the streets or left in some store iu town. Return aud receive reward. Mrs Josik Perciful, Mt Vornon, Ky. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT ( Wanted: Mun past 30 with ll Ct.r.tr n norsc aim oukkjt w Roclccastlf Condition Powders in County. Salary $70 per month. Address 9 Industrial Bldj;., In1 1 vji.. I The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. dianapolis, Iudi'ua. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFFIN, W. H. CO ITONGIM, Vice-President ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP WIDDLESBORO WH1TESBURG President C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier .. 3.90 7-8- $8.80 OCT. L. ACCOfKT mnaiMi PEOPLE SPEAK WELL OF CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLIJTS. "I have been selling Cham- borlain's Tablets for ubout two years and heard such good reports srom my customers that I concluded to give them a trial myself, and pan say that 1 do not bolievo thoro is anothor of the kind equal to thom," writes G A McBndo, Headford, Out. If you aro troubled with indigestion or constipation givo thorn u trial. They n October -9 LIMITKD TO OCT. 14 LIMITED TO OUT. 789 MMgaamnna nMiirc TiaaMiMP'tyrriTrTTn jgaa Luther Btirtianlf Choose Sonoma imi ii niri nirn . i U County for !) His Experimental Farm U-i- L.DN. R.R. , &N. W.R. ACCOUNT una wiytliiii'.' lo YOU t II menu that SuimiiuofCounty itWl eoiidlllmu for the KrunU oft er wl.le ijiij,.' U cropa. otio ol leullou for uitim Vhat ll it i.'"J fi"iujworld: one of TOl' t Unv early apple, the the I'fitrri of lUe k jener.il farmlui; Wrj, dry wine ki. md cfcerrt, la CalliaruU. Tkr U 1IIJ f rlu to m'e then traps sure. uftn II Hit. irt uurj CAM lx-- l, ilU-lii- Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows Oct 4 Grand Chfrtr Order Eastern Star Oct 4 YiU KC TIIS COWJTV WITSOUr N-n- d LEAVING HOME Wk tw4 a beautifully llluttrnted booklet tfUiiijj of Sjhoiiu fortius CUityari'lof tlw opportunities thete for VOl' National bok!itanu miuplropvorstNSlvf Magazimk tiwrniohij,' Address, nJ tovtlopiMiit ftlio WoU. UipiU Ullmr f tht ''' SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE 1UREAU, SAN TANCISCO will do you Hood. A- - -- t jvl i i --rvrTvr t i srr-rs- r v vgryi l:::3g THE ROAD BUILDER. UY KIK1AR A. UUK8T. iinn'iaml i'ui PUBLIC SPEAKING Yyi 4 8 i 4frYVT- - iNrryvv "vr..t..l....i'...xvg long ressmon L Powers COUNTY ATTORNEY E. R. Gentry And the Republican Nominees for the County offices of Rockcastle County, will address the , people at Hansford Conway TUESDAY A.M. Oct. 2 TdayOct. 2 H ickory G rove SSgL" Monday I -- Oct. at the hourof-l-o'clock-R-M at the hour of JO o'clock Jim Mnrut, President of The Doouc Way I do not cato for garments fine. I do not care for medals bright; I h.ivo no wish to quonch with wine My thirst when I go homo at nighO" I'm satisfied with work to do, ' And I'm contont to boar my load If only I can curve nnd how For those I love a botior road. I havu no wish for luxury If I must livo it all nlonc; Nor do I toil th.it I may bo By many strangers bolter known If I wore hero to toil for solf I'd havo a very simple code, And I'd need very little pelf Uut I'm the buildor of a road . I'm on this earth to pioneer For thoso who follow after me, According to my sorvica hore Thuir chance for splendid llfo will be. Into the future I must trend Nor whimper ut present goal; T'ls mine to blaze tho path ahead. I urn tno builder of a road I do not shirk what mak 1 find, I dure not falsely stop uside, Nor leave the tangled brush behind. My pathway must be clear and wido. For they will tread the way I go, They'll come to reap.the seed I sowed When I'm bleeping in "Ehmvoid" 'nuuth the miow; I'm the buildor of a roud. It is for them I faco the front And .strive to keep my ntliway straight, It is for them I bear the blunt Of selfMincss and bitter hate. Tout they may know a m outlier way, That thoy may bear a lighter load, Hinilinij, face the heat of day I, I'm tho builder of a mad. Dedicated Ut A Square Deal tquicdrnlor i J if r 1 may nlw ays 0 expected from n Wo deal hi Square? nnd every olher essential for Carpenter. And the Tools wo sell aro on tho square, nccuinte, strongly iniitlf urd tf tho very bu t nnd mot n liable miiterials. All trades supplitd with nil necessary Tools. Also, wo curry general II aid ware lines of tho best qunlitlcs nt tho most satisfactory prices. Mt. Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House I JONAS McKENZIE k HI . U- -- 1 JUill I.l-I.IIM- r33.3ocag- pap3yc$3D, xxxagj A good line of i General Merchandise Q x&x&xto THE OLD RELIABLE x&x&toc a RICH FIELDS Anthens, 3ept 22 American agricultural is to be used en it huge scalo to develop tho rich agricultural resources of Macedonia and Tliesily, which huvo lain for ages in an undeveloped stuto. Ono of the largest orders over giveft tiy Wreeco has just beonjdaced with United Stales concerns, and tho first hipment of 20O farm tractors, 1,500 wu- toraictn, ana a wuoie sinpnmu 01 other larfrp implements left New York on tip tirt ot tne Greek liners to siil fiuce the raised. Enlct.to hlockoLU w-s I at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. 7:30 BmlU. LI II 3 Til nl 11 Farm Implements w D rOQ M Gad olocp.m. Tuesday (JCL Z Johnetta S&L Oct, 3 YiXt Come out and hear what these speakers have to say. Congressman Powers will tell you of the position of this nation in the world's greatest war, the Republican form of government for all nations, and the part we as individuals owe to our country and its flag. Come out and hear them and you will be benefitted as a citizen, voter and taxpayer. A coinp.tn.y M. PENNINGTON CAMPAIGN chairman Fivm I7r" capital has jn-- t carry on this Mecedoula and Thessaly. It is chiefly Greek money, with some Fiench and American. But part of tho plan called for utilizing modem American methods, by which farming is conducted in the western states on a largo scale. Tho ancient n.othods of ploughing and harvesting still in Thessalv and lower Greece, and this will be tht. first timo that the big steam farm tractors have been operated here on a large scale, liven the primitive wooden plough is used by many peasants, but ut Vulo, in Thesstly iron and steel ploughs have been .turned out for some time (tast. This development of the Balkan granaries on a large scalo is 0110 of tho necessities forced on Uuropo by the war. All of tho countries have suddenly that they could not feed them solves in the pinch of war. Greece alono has bought about $15,0oo,ooo worth of grain every year from tho United States. With Bulgaria. Russia and these countries uut off by sub murines "and war conditions, trying to got Greeco is now wheat from India. The other Balkan states are in the same condition. They havo lots of Idlo land but aro feeding Irom Amorica aud beyond seas. The formation of thie new company has resulted from this by determination, encouraged tho government, to develop tho fertilo Balkan regions so Greece and the othor Balkan countries mar hope to bo self supporting and even contributo to the grain supply of tho rost of Europo. virtually Is a virgin Macedonia soil, very rich, and capiblo of largo crops. The Mucedonla tobacco alieady commands high prices. ro-ali- zed $8,0oo,ou0 beiii fou dert" to development of with r by keeping away the dander IxxSptfl of illness resulting from colds, coughs, and indigestion due to catarrhal condition. It sneedilv re k. lieves and overcomes those. Its tonic properties build ud the strength of tlio iihyclcully weak and run down, nnd its use m I. tcT, Pcruna cases the burden of the housckcciH-- SAVILUS OWSNS UNDERTAKER J J broanead "--C- Ky - w 1 ?Wt OMPLETE LINK- " -- in cmivii!e"ii Th wise housekeeper lias Teruna use. even If catarrhal troubles do not oil far Its regular administration. A dose or two la timo onto prevents a Ions Illness, liquid or tablet fotm." Manalin Tablets are a splendid laxative for home use. Ask the dru&let KEEP IT ON HAND ai'tUr bcnclicial. after grip. Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail- - Telegraph or Tele- - on hand for liutanl phone ordersjjPromntly -- Filled y, s y&&&&ejgM& W -&&w&m x 0M f ifeM & o-oo- m ita&OSA K 30C3cdfe0G3eC 3C55S5r?6r3 u THE PERUNA COMPANY Columbus, Uhlo mm C QN &wW ffSIWPf Jaam'iKBBLH yWhy It Costs Less to HavOk ' These Tires On Your Car Bacauao of their aupreme mileage-giving jtiffiNHH HRfl ifM'WMifm flifii qualities, or United Statu Tire are the atandarda of low mileage, coet. That U why thalr lalet continue to forge ahead year bjr year, month by month. iltk niKa kvwitffll LUMGrtV? Wynn returned from Saturday, with lier Creech. near Ml. Vernon, preached at this place Suudty. Mr. W. M Huyes has sold his property in (Ion way to liis son, Oscar Hayes, of Berea. Miss Susiu lleldou is visiting her brother, at Paris, for a few days. Mrs A'tuon Arthur, of Conway, intLiiaiued at her home, Tuesday, for dinner, Misses Fannie and Kiunia Wynn, also her lister. Miss Fannie McClure. She had a fine dinner, and nil tho Mr giils report a fine time. Kid was hero Monday trying to buy out W. M. Wilson, our merchant of this place. TUTrs. Mary WAY mm m M msm Klliott county, after a pleasant visit daughter, Mrs. James Rev. M. G. Fish, from Progressive PeopTe lit business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise tho progressive fanner; and, too, tho wide-awak- e a Checking Account; so does the-u-- todate professional man; business woman. p Wo shall ho glad to initiate; people into details of keeping u checking account, wi: wim. mt oi.au to takr youu okdkk THIJ NKW LtllKRTV LOAN 1J0NDS. I to The Bank of Mf. Vernon u Ml wEwSitSl r BaeaeHVi4ra3l EjmUWffiE UlHjr 9 Hlkw HMiSjr nH BES! M BllikX fl ...idlliJ.XeMeaeaeaeaV Tnat ' wny u,e of United State Tire Iaat year are atlll f United Staff Tire thla year. That It why, aooner or later, you, too, wlll'he a uier of United State Tire: AIc the nearelt United Statea Tire dealer which on of the five auited to your needa of price and lite, Were 9HIp'a$3 8Hi3tai MPillJCTHaa! thorn-selv- es United States Tires Are Good Urea A Tire for Every Need of Price and U 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby 'Chain' 'Uco' 'Plain" i JS ejk rRGm .aKwlKr &)jS?Tm H THIS. Hundred Doltor any case of lars Reward Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hull's Catarrh Medicine has beet) taken bv catarrh sufferers eurs, for the past thirty-fivaud has become known as the most reliuble for catarrh Hall's Catarrh Mcdiciuo acts thru tho Blood on tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing tho diseased We offor HOW'S Ono mm OOO mm e m UHOEtrZTKrZ Our lino of CoucjL.C'nskeU is niioxcelhi Iland-mudo it) Joflins furnishec U portions. Aftor you have takon JHall's Catarrh Mcdiciuo for a short timo you will see a great im provomeut in your health. Stmt tuking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and got rid of catarrh Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c, LK&JktV tt& , Untttd Stale TUBUS and TIHK ACCBSSO- MLS llaie All the Sterling Worth anil Wear that Male United Stain Tire Supreme JmmW MWbAwnkVESlmT MEfflM t- Ilnivo senl the County. all parts ol JtWImSnWKm - KfXAmWWit All Phono orders by Wire Promptly Filled M MJjffiHaeBcXBBeBeBeBEeaxSBsV ' "' ' notor trucka, motor cyclaa, miiJfV'TmSKB W. A. COXr 94-- I. VEUNON, KY. $XL$eD BETHURIM MMMMUIwl S3S552 Wu aap mraurajf' Tay X LEWIS AT LAW AYTCKNBYK MT VKHNON, KY. When you need Job Work of any kind, remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want, when you want it and at a reasonable price. yigS i VeaeBaBeBBeBaLeBeBeBeeeB ' A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant .Bros. JXJXXCX! CA8TORI4 Will practice la all the court. . Office la Betburuin Building-- FOR FLETCHER'S