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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1919 f 50 cts HfeHMMNH establishfd; 1 8:8- 7- VOLUME XXXIII NUMBER 3 BR O EAD NEWS DH Jarrett rnd sons, RO.OSEVELT MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION Mrs. O. V. Ji dson and fohnny, visited tier brother, Albert Albright and fmnily in Lnuisvillt several days last woek. Mrs 0 W Turpin, Forest Turpin and daughter, Miss Maurine, visited relatives in East Hornstndt last week Mis. Edd N Sturgin nnd children, left Saturday for CJeveland.Ohio. They will mnkothat their home. Klijah who returned home trom Franco a few weeks ngo, is very ill of typhoid fever. On Friday u ternoon of Ia;t week, the pupils of the 7th and 8th grades of the Mrohdead Graded and High Si liool, chaperoned by their t richer, Miss Henrietta Forsqe, fnrted on n hike, itnmcdintoly ajler school closed, in search os nuts, persimmons, grapes, etc., returning by way Basin Springs, THEODORE whore a delightful lunch was enL. W. Bethurum has been apjoyed. All report a fine time. pointed Chairman of Rockcastle Mrs. Susan Harweed, of near County for the Roosevelt Associ'Hiatt, is with relatives at Cedar ation, which will make a h Creek for a few weeks visit. in Kentucky from October - Mvs. D. B .Albright has a beaut.-- . " ftLiiW of Fall anuTWmiur hats l 26tb"tttW 27ib.,to iSs&,in: tucKy'h "portion tit the lund of on display in the store reem join $5,ooo ooo. The RooseyeltMom r fay the Fftffi tiotcl-ESrAH orial Fund is to be used for throe bright and Logan Bryant were purposes: down from .Ht. Vernon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Wilson and 1. To erect a suitable mom eh ldren, were guests of Mr. Wil- orial, in Washington D. C. son's sister, Mrs Kobcrt Brown, 2. To purchaso property adat Ottawa from Saturday until joining Colonel Roosovelt's home M nday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L at Oyster Bay which is to be con Durham, nnd son, Austin, of Mt. verted into a National Park, Vernon, visited rolatives hero Sat- with the idea of ultimately acurday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary quiring the homo at Sagamore Johnston was licre from Greens Hill. hurg Saturday and Sunday, with 3. To establish an endowment li r daughter, Mrs. Ellen Brooks fund for the perpetuation of ColMrs. Ed Newland and children, Virginia are onel Roosclclt's ideals of stalWillie, J. C. and visiting Mr. Newland and son, wart Americanism and a "Square " Edgar, at Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Deal John Robins, and daughter, MiEvery subscriber to the fund ldred, left Tuesday for their new will have his or her name permaIn me at N cholasville. Thty nently enrolled and kept at the have many warm friends here Washington Memorial to be seen who regret to see them leave by all pcoplo as long as the and trust they will be well satis-lie- Memorial stands. All subscribers Masin their new location. will bo permanent members of ter Earl Hunt who has been with the Association and will be ishis aunt, Mrs. Henry Anderson, sued a certificate, which can be for several months, left for his framed, and will have a vote as homo at Cainpton last Saturday. to the object for which the u James Vance, who had an fund will be used. sale ofhis farm, stock, houseKentucky is well represented hold and kitchen furniture on in the National organization; Mr. Thursday of last week will locate Alvin T. Hert being one of the . E. McWil-liam- s Vice Presidents and in Virginia. Dr. Mr. Lewis attended a speaking at Mt. Y. Johnson, Stato Chairman; the Mr. and Executive Cotnluittce being as Vernon Wednesday. Mrs. Henry Anderson, Mrs. J. follows: M. Adams and sou, Shirley motThomas M. Hazclip, Padncah, ored to Preachersvillo Sunday Ky. and visited Yr. and Mrs. B. C. Virgil Y. Moore, Madisonvillo. Andorson and family. Mr. and n, $25. Rov. A. J. Pike ?6. Albort Hays $5. T. J. Albright $10. Arch Albright $2.50. W. P. Hays $25. Arch Havs $1. Alice Proctor $10. QUAIL S. C. Owons 100 U. J. Eusth-a$2o. S S. Purcoll $25. D. S. D.lhnghatn , WILLAILLA W. H. Owens $15. M. F. Craig 15. B. Mullens $1. H. U. Denney $1. Walter Brown $1. G. W. Thompson $1. Morris Brown $1 J. W. Brown $10. John Robins MT. W. Agricultural and LIVINGSTON NEWS School Fairs ROCKCASTLE COUNTY T- October J 6th To Be Big Day For Every School District In The County Exhibits Home, School, Garden and Farm Products The(10thday of October Is going to bo a real big day for every School district in tho county. On this day teachers, trustees, parents and young people will gather at the school house for an all day meeting whore they will exhibit and see exhibited Home, School, Garden and Farm Products. This will be a day of shaking hands and passing on a good word to the other fellow If we have something good to say, this will be the day and place to say it. We want to bo loyal and deeply interested in our own Community. Our home community comes first. October fl , 1 w-M- ROOSEVELT Thruston Ballard, Louisville. Mrs. (Jeo. C. Avery, Louisville. Mrs. Julia Henning. Louisville. Richard P. Ernst, Covington. Judge Chas. Kerr, Lexington. S. cam-paig- L. Alice Davis $5 We are very very grateful to all who contributed to this great -a use from the largest amount to tho winows might, also to the Fiscal Court for its equal amount. Our' total amount now collected is $1007,50. $1000, deposited in County Treasury, $54. expended for fencing right of way and $43.50 still iu hands of our secretary. We expect to begin surveying next Monday and the Court will contract as shown in this issue of the Signal. We must not forget to extend our thanks to thn Signal- - - It's cnod o" fnr - VERNON Bethurum $25. Mrs. ho can bring with" him. Allaro expected, none excused. To Tkachhus Of course, every teackqr will bo present with his or her school This is going to be a school fair and teachers will attend things of their profession. Teachers are requested to insist on thoir entire school attending this fair. To Business and Profession- al PKOl'Lt;. W. H. Carmici! of Mt. Vornon, was hero between trains Monday. - P. E Drummouds of Knox-villis here this week. There have been two men here from Lobanon Junction, for tho past week selling shares in a store to bo started in our town. They wanted $5ooo,oo and that amount has been raised among the railroaders and a few outsiders. Theie is ono of tho same kind in Louisville, one iu Lebanon Junction and they havo what they wanted hero and ono will start hero in a few days. There will also be one in Corbin. Tho plan We say if is for cheaper goods. is any relief lots have it at there once. Mr. and Mrs. Hub.rt Nicely have returned' from a few days stay in Richmond, Ky., and Cincinnati. Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. e, section ot the county,ajid jwe teel oar own Community. All exhibits winning" first "sec-- " Desha Breckinridge, Lexington. sure that the good people of OttaHarry Giovannoli, Lexington. wa, Quail and Willailla, who end and third in Communsty Mrs. Coo Wilson Stewart, have not yet done anything nvt fairs must be taken to Mt. VerFrankfort. this work willcbange their mind, non on Friday morning, October Dr. W. A. Ganliold, Danville. drop in, ono by one, and not stop 17, so that arrangments and Dr. Win. G. Frost. Berea. until wo can see a good road judging will be through by October 18. Tho CounJudge A. M. J. Cochran, Mays-vill- from Brodhcad to Pulaska line. ty Fair will open at 8 o'clock e. Hon. Johnson M. Camden. Ver-saille- s. WwasttjttJw beginning to goou roads riW -- , ia KIWVV tKU" VHMCe.SC Ul SwdVsrc citizenship. All business and professional people thuout the county cordially invited and expected to be present Tilings pertaining to Home, School and Farm are things Langford are viniting relatives in Mt. Vernon this week. Mrs. W. Med lock has returned fiom Corbiu after a few days visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren who havo betn visiting , ed after a few days'stay tBere. bFTTnTCCOWv M-P- ; and-Mrs.-- - S. S. Willis, Ashland. John E. Buckinuam, Paintsville Hon. John W. Langloy, M. C. Washington, D- C. Fon Rogers, Pikovillo. Judge J. M. Robsion, M. C. Barboursvillo. Jiidge B. J. Bethurum, Somerset. - d Tho quota tor this county has been fixed at $jco.oo. This is not a large amountand we should not have any difficulty inruising the full amount, togethor with a good Wo not only want the full amount of the quota, but wo want as largo a number of subscriptions as it is possible to obtain. Tho chairman Rov. H. T Young. aut-tio- Mrs- - P. A. Sholtonand sons, Wiley, Reece and Scovel and daughter, Miss Butrice visited the fam- ilies ofGeorgo and John Roberts near Marotburg Sunday. Mrs. Owens, Marshal is with her daughter, Mrs. She has sold K. J McKinnoy. her property at Maretburg and will locate hero. Edgar Brown sold his property on M.2plo St., to R. E. Lawrence. Mr Brown will move to Detroit. Wallace Mu'.lins, of Highland, Is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Henry Anderson. Walter Robins was In Mt. Veruon betweon trains Wednos day. -- Rev Georgo Childress conat the Baptist ducted services church Sunday moruing and evening. Frank Robins has moved to the prope'tty recently putchased and vacated by John Robins. and Aubrey Dwigbt Bowman woro down from Mt. VerMartin non Sunday. Mrs. Bottle Howard purchased from D W. F.Carter, is acres of the Howard farm for $15oo. Dr. Carter taking, the house and lot she recently bought In on the from Rev. Masters place for $500. Mrs. McLiiughf. the Vance Hn, of Ohio, bouglit has appointed Publicity Di rector for this county, which ap pointment he has accepted. He has appointed on his Committee each ttacher in the county, now toaching in tho public schools, in eluding the teachers of the graded schools of tho county, but in the graded schools tho principals are designated as chairman of committee composed of the teachers Judge McKenzie Moss, Bowling of said graded schools. Greon. The names of those constitut Judge Robert Worth Bingham, ing precinct committees of tho Louisville. county will be given in a latoi William Heyburu, Louisvillo, issue of this paper. Uncle unknown. Marshall Smith, who sas been confined to hlsNbed so long, still L. N. continues very has beon conducting a revival at Little Hickman, Ky. farm, price lll.--Ko- Mrs. W. E. McWilliums is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dillingham, at Quail. The Warehouse Company which was organized a few days since, will begin the erection of their building within a few days. This building will be a great asset to our little town. Rev. J. W. Mas. ters has been conducting a revival in Madison County for the last week. Miss Ouia Brown has been very sick for the past week. Mrs. S J. Tatum, and Mrs. L.L. Satidors were up from Crab Orchard Wednesday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sowder, Misses Maurine Turpin, Snsio Hicks, Reca Brooks, Pearl Hicks, Nina Albright, Butricee Shol ton. Messrs Robert Cass. Shelby Newland, Chester Wallin, Charllo Smith and Roily French attended tho .movies at Mt. Vernon Friday evening and roport a splendid show and a big time Shelby Newland, of Crab Orchard, Is "night Owl" at tho depot hero this weeic Cash Hiatt, of near Hiatt, visited his mother at Row. land, and other relatives at castar this week. -- Dick Martin has been very sick since Sunday. Brod-head Lan-Bowlin- g OTTAWA GOOD ROAD CLUB Tho following is a list of names who subscribed and paid to the building of tho road running from Bradhcad to Ottawa: Jas. W. Wallis $25. J. S. Wig-gin- s $25. Dr. McWilliams $2.5o. H. E. Jones $25. J. H. Laswell and Son $100. J. S. Cash $25. Logan Cash 5. Geo. Paris $25. F. M. Marshb.mks $25. Georgo Thomas $5. Morgan Helton $5. Tom Burk $10. Lige Cox $lo. Shermon Mink $5. W. A. Prowit $(0. J. W. Brown $100. David Elder $25. Sam Lewis T. O. Scoggins $100. W. G Brown $5 Evau Wheoldon $10. J. J. Brown $5. B. Mullins $100. $. BRODHEAD Citizens Bank $50 R.H. Hamm $25. Dr. W. F. Carter $25. A. M. Hiatt $lo. D. B. Chandler $lo. Dr. W. E Gravely $10. W. O Yaden $10. A. K. Albright $lo. Shafer and Roberts $25. C. H. Frith $25. G. Owens $5. Prof. jj. A. StrangoJfo J. A. Oliver $10 CeutralMilliugCo.$io. J.G. Frith returned from a two weeks visit with relatives in North Carolina. Rockcastle County is our coun Fritz Kruegor and Mrs. W. H. ty, wo make it what we will Krueger of Mt. Vernon, wore in What shall wo do and whore our town today, Tuesday. We shall we go on Saturday, Octo understand that stops are to be ber 18th. Since Rockcastle Coun- taken tonight, Tuesday, to have Ottawa Good Roan Club. Saturday morning October 18. ty is our county and our inter- have appointed a Police Judge ests are in tho county, let's conJ. O. Scoggins, Pr8s. All live stock must bo entered centrate our interest Saturday, and a Board of Trustees as we W. H. Laswell, Sec. by 11 o'clock. Exhibits will re- October 18, at Mt. Vernon and have beou going along for some main in their places until 3:30 be there in person our county timo without either. E. B. Owens was in Mt. Vernon, Mon- p. m. spirit as it has never been Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kincer reTo Farmers shown before. 0000 people are ceived very painful injuries FriAll farmers are asked to ex- expected to be in Mt'. Vernon when an auto turned over, hibit 10 ears of their white corn with Community and County day H. L. Norton will move to tho near East Bernstadt. Mr. Kincer 3fJd '10 ears of thelt yellow corn. spirit bubbling and running old heme" place at is able to stir around but Mrs. He. more than 200 exhibits over. Are you going to miss it? e has just returned from MontamVf ?-Kincer is badly cut and bruis:d or corn 'at the County Pair Octo .No! You'll be there with nil. that bringing with him a fine bunch o'f up. Covering too much ground makes" a county in its truest Western horses. Hubert Hall ber 18. in too small a time is giyen as the To Trurtkes. sense. left Thursday for Hamilton, Ohio cause. R. Catlin who has "beon ' Every trustee in the county is Robkkt F. Spi;nce. where he will make his home. working in Lynch, Ky., was hero urged to be present with as many General Superintendent of Fair Mr. Johnson, the oil man, visits Tuesday between trains, enroute this part often. Eddie B. and other people from his district as and County Agent.home to Lebanon, Ky. Wo wish Freddie Leo Hall was in from to say to our good friend, W. H. Hamilton on a visit this week. Albright, he lias made a success Owens, of Willailla, just to keep Rev. Jim Mason filled his reguful Editor and made many f rieuds ou with liis goo.l road work aud lar appointment at Buflalo Sunwho 1 am sure regret to seo him not many days henco your cries day. A. J. Norton & Son are retire as Editor of this county will be heard. We, horo at Livgetting along nicely with their paper and I want to say this to ingston, thought wo were the saw mill. Other Debord aad Edd all who read this missive I mean worst treated in the good road Lathin, of Level Green attended Evarts, Ky., Oct. 7, 19I9. all whom I made acquaintance proposition ot anybody and we church at Buffalo Sunday. Our Editor Mt. Vernon Slgnil, with while in your county that I just keep ou talking and writing Sunday School, which is a late often think of you und now nico until we are going to get what is Mt. Vernon, Ky. thing, is moving alone nicely hav- Sir: we all got along, both in business coming to us. If some the folks ing a good attendance. McKin-leI cannot help but compliment and iu church and in Suuday that havo good roads would take Mink is putting in a large you on tho resolution set forth in School. Mrs Crider and I both a trip to LjvoI Green as we did stock ot goods at Pongo. He is the Signal as your motto as an join in sending you our sincere in Juno and piss over tho dug hill a hustling young fellow. We are Editor. Those resolutions car wishes for all that U good and and live to tell your experience having a good school at this ried out, will sure be tho means great. we know you would say, lets place Every body is busy niak-- of a greater Rockcastle which 1 help them make a road. Again I want to tell you just a littlo molasses. Mr. Norton was do believo is in storo for Rock- about this little town of Evurts, wo say, just keep on and in tho ' in Mt. Vernon on business Satur- castle County. Ky., where wo live. This town near futuro othors will come to day.- The school election went O. D. Bryant of is only ono year old and has your rescue. As a citizen of Kockcastle Co. was here betweon off quietly. Other Hall who bus about 500 population. It is sur- Mt. Vernon, trains Sunday. Yes, we have been working for Joe Noe at for several years, I must say I rounded by largo mountains had u fino rain and it was badly Bromo, is homo this week. Jim never mot with bettar people any which are very beautiful. We needed. Mrs. Robort Mattingly Hall will return to Lynch as soon where than those I got acquainted have people hore from Pennsyl- of Paris. Ky., has beeu visiting with while a citizen of your as he gets his molasses made vania, Conn.. West Va , St Louis, Mrs. Goo. Smith of this place. Tho rain came in .good time as county, tho good morals, tho good Louisville, Ohio, Iidiana, Virginia Rev. Baker of Fariston, Ky., filled his tegular appointment at churches and schools you have Buffalo was sure a dry place. Tenn., and some from I'uropo thruout the county aro some- and lots from Rockcastlo county, the Christian Church Saturday is fine this year. Tho corn crop and Sunday. Dr. Moore of Mt. Mrs. Tilda Duck has moved to thing I am proud of. There Is u and practically from every stato. Vernon, was hero betweon trains her farm below Pongo. She diffcience in the spirit of the All seem to enjoy these high Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Mullens has beon living at Plato for sotno churches hero and down I a Rock- mountains und deep valleys. I and Mrs. Vic Frico were in PittsMrs. L. M. Oliver burg Sunday. ers tie, nut thointorest that should timo. dont think thure is any dunger who lias beon quito sick, went to be. There has just closed a 10 Honor Roll Buffalo School of freezing this winter us this Itichmoud Monday to consult tho days union rovlval horo with not Grudol Ted Hall. placo is surrounded by large coal Gibson Drs James D. Martin ono addition. I note in tho Sig Grado 2. Cossio Hibbard. operations. There arc only three of Bowling Green, has been visit ana ins nal the spirit of good roads is Grade 3. Maggie- French. in Evarts. I ing Mrs M. K Martin tho past Ford cars here nephew C. M. Martin for kindling up. I hope this lntortst Eugenia Grado 4 Pitman , guess if you should bo in Jupiter few days. J. E. Woodall tho will uot die down untill theio are Thoo Hibbard Jr. you would seoa Ford car thore. hustling salesman of London, Grado 5. Nichols, rood roads thruout tho county. Florida our merchants Wednes We have had a Bank organized was with Edytti Hibbard. I note also, yon havo a now und doing business now, since I day. Miss Ruth Painter has re Grado 0. Sylvia Hibbard, Nora a lew uuys visu Editor for tho Signal, since I left came and bought here, also a nice turned trJin Hall. with iclatives at Lebanon Jet., nnd Stantord. Mrs. Wm. Scott Grade 7. Etta Rico, Agnes the county. I do not know how drug storo and movie. ho will pull in tho Editorial har Owens of tho Williams. The coal minors aro talking of and Mrs. W. A. havo returned ness, but Ibts all givo him en Quail section, Egbert P. Nortou, coming out on a strike Nov. 1st. home alter a lew uuys visit wan couragement, as you all know J. Martin Scott. but I think they will decline the their sisters, Mrs. Leo Reynolds, thwt Bro. Young has made good Teachers. idea. Coal costs hore, dolivered Mrs. J. II. Walton and Miss Ann since ho ull his undertakings Wm. Msher of Leb. house, $3. a. load of ubout Pardons Five tilings to remember, the came to the county and has ul- - to your anon Junction, who is iuterestod 25 bushel. Loir Farm Sale tomorrow, the ways been a booster und not u hi thu new store, which will open As this lettor is getting too its doors in u fow days, hero. Is Hopkins Farm Sale next Wed- buster, ot tho entire county. So B. Rauibo went nesday, vour district School Fair Into oil Loml In niip Kllhsp.ritltloil long 1 will stop bofore the Editor in our town.--- Wednesday on busiwiuunest wisi.es to Stanford Pil;o E"6 wofrlel the County to the Signal. Horo comes mine next Thursday, of the Caloway ness -- Mat Signal and it's readers. School Fair October 18, and the 82. for two years subscription to ttbo section, who has been sick for Big Auction and Exchango Day thoSigial. With all duo respect Respectfully yours, some time, was able to come to town today, Wednesday. at Mt. Vernon, Octobor aotb. to tho retiring Editor, Mr. E. S. .. A. G. CIUDER. TSTmrFirOi'i.E luxe as a Whole. Sat-urda- v, . CEDARVILLE 3!t -- -- " - PRAISES ROCKCASTLE COUNTY y - g D. I m, IMMMMMMMMNii wwawntea SIGNAL, OCT. 10. 1010. toMMMHMMHHnHBi XL LJ dP4 TION RHHh flip jPSLJfflfi!5k IkRB!S?B r!jm staasacaaaBnatm rmaBCinamHBBg ?HH9MBHHBSCHBBHHKflEMNHtt5JHflHQQ90BMiHKSilHHIIHHMHflHHMHHHMflHHiHIHHHMBMHIHHHHHHIi' H .B h M BHHi 19 H IB IMia) EH 119 H B HH tm am IhHiBBB fl KMh flIBI HBW ll rw0 Hh BBi I 11 B1 ACRES & LEMENTS A HOPKINS I BwBSI HSbBi 99 M Bit B IB vlHlM h IV IB H BB BI BKH hkB H mm fSU IS mkmmmm .3s V HIHIH Eft 15. iciM fJ iiimm J. A. HOPKINS This property is located on the Boone 919 D On the Premises at II o'clock A. M. Sharp nmmmcatBcnaxB3um As Agents of we will sell for the High Dollar, without reserve or by bid his splendid farm of 140 acres, which will be subdivided and sold both in separate tracts and as a whole, to suit puechaser or purchasers Way, 7-ro- om, from Mt. Vernon and 2 miles from Brodhead. The improvements consist of a dwelling, large hall and porch, a new 30x60 barn and all necessary outbuildings. This is one of the prettiest locations to be found along Boone Way and one of the best farms 3a miles 2-st- ory About HO acres of this farm is in grass and cultivation and machinery can be run over nearly every acre of that J 1 0 acres. The balance is in woodland, having all timber necessary for the farm and a growth of young timber, which if not used will in a few years be worth a nice sum of money. The farm is well watered with a never failing spring,a large branch near by for stock water, and one of the best wells in the county right at the kitchen door. As to the character of the soil the prospective purchaser only has to take a look at the growing crop, which is just now being harvested. We particularly want to call attention and invite the inspection of the corn and tobacco raised on this farm by Mr Hopkins this year. Either will compare with that produced in any of the Blue Grass counties and the quality of the tobacco is pronounced superior to that found in Central Kentucky. The farming implements consists : Plows Drills Cultivators Mowing Machines Disc Harrow and Rake other farming implements.. -N ' More different people have had an eye on this farm than any other one farm in the county and the members of the Rockcastle Real Estate Co., feel very much elated over the fact that Mr. Hop- kins.lias given us the privilege .of jseHingiL Its location and general character (make it a most desirable place and the only reason why Mr. Hopkins has consented to sell is becauselusyfars and ealth are such that he cannot work it himself ; his boys have all all grown to manhood and gone out into the world to do for themselves and outside labor is too high to hire. That is his reasonior sellingjmd herds your opportunity to get a home that will be a comfort and joy the lest of your days. Nuf sed. 1 If you want a farm be on hands Wednesday, October 15th, at the J. A. Hopkins farm, two miles from Brodhead and three and a half miles from Mt. Vernon. one of the most celebrated Auctioneers in tho State will bo on the block. It is worth a several miles ride just to hear him, A survey ol the Farm is now being made which will bo open for iuspection on Day of Sale. For further information see, write or phono ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE CO., Mt. Vernon. Ky. Col. John B. Dinwiddie TERMS OF day of sale, 25 per cent when deed is delivered and the balance in one, two or three years, to suit purchaser bearing legal rate of interest. SALEJO percent cash on The lino Workers of the Mt. Vernon Christian Church will Furnish DINNER SOB ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY MT. VERNON KENTUCKY rlcj print DTSCCfORED SPOTS ON PAOEJ MT. VKiyONJglQNAL, OCT. 10. 1010. yBflSiW8(W( l0 mm ? ;Y ligarettes They Win You On Quality! - ati. mm s 1 f.i.ir "aohf in a - 18 cents a package Camels ar cientifically Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different. You never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is eliminated and there is a cheerful absence of any unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or any unpleasant cigaretty odor! Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! full-body cijarttte) cttarettfi mald packafeaofSO or tan paekifma 200. glanamm-pap- evtywhr in in said line; poles to iv, bluclr-o- ak thonce S 66J w 2I poles ton dogwood and mn pie at a drain; V 2i poles to two thrnce S 4 V 16 sjcamores; ,tlicnco S 4o poles and 12 links to a stone, Ma haffey's corner; thenco his line N to a hlaf.lt rn If It V 14 stump; thenco N 66 W 47 poles to the 'beginning, containing 39 ginning, containing 3 acies raoro or less; Second Tract; Thu second tract begins at a stono ij polos from Mnb(iffoys wiiite oak comoi; thence N 36 i K 22 poles to or a Bjcamore; thonco N 29 E I2 polea, ton ,mall white oak, with white oalc pointers; thence N 7I K 63 poles to two small chestnuts in Argenbristht's line; thence with his line S 25E,s 6I-I- 00 by J. IvjTircmas to A. C. Carpenter, also a cornor to Bowman & Cockn.fl lot nqar road; thence S 66 13 4of poles to two black oak mumps nod n rock pile, with Kiim, dogwood and black oak pointers'; S- - 31 K 14 poles to a strtko in a small uratich; S 15 W -5 poles to h suite on west side of said branch, below road at the forice and In line of above named a acre lot; with line of same N 48 W 58 poles to the beI2-4- ;S PIIIIIIIililllllllM S3 C3 E3 Do Kentucki&rcs w&nt a. hand picked , hand controlled vs.: sour-woo- d c: I KS covered carton. Wa atronfly rre ommrnd ihta carton for thm honta of oBl tupplyor whanyouir! acres. tucky is a "one man" party It is common knowledge that the Republican Party But from tho above boundary is excluded described the follow 1. Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price for quality, flavor, satisfaction. No matter how liberally you smoke J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. your taste I R. f- Camels they will not tire ing described tract, containing 14 acres: Beginning at a white oak at tho mouth of a ,lane near a drain; thenco S 50 K 3I poles and 15 links to a stone beside Carpenter's fence, on tho south side of the road; thence N 86$ E 13 poles and 3 links to a st$nb with two black oak pointers; thenco N 52 W 7 noles and 16 links to a stnne hv n largo black oak stump with sour- wood pointers: thenco N 4 E 5a J 'wiTH"Tw6"bTacIc thence N 291b . poles-ani7 links to a stone' in Dave Argon-brieht'- s line, with a black oak It was shown at Lexington where the rank and file of the party were disfranchised of their primary rights and forced to accept a slate already prepared for them. in Kensolely in the control of A. T. Hert. Witness the high harfded methods of Searcy, Hert's man "Friday", in his treatment of George W. Jolly of Owensboro who was clearly within his rights in seeking preference at the primary. Witness also the disgraceful primary election in the negro ward in Louisville where the Republicans did not dare let the negroes vote as they wished. Put Morrow in the Governor's chair at Frankfort and Kentucky will be governed from Louisville. It will bo dominated by this one man whose inS terest is selfish and whose purpose is clearly to use Kentuckv merelv as a ss mtmmim,nmmmJtaai StCpVUngatOmi rft uitlnonnA and authnyify string! And Morrow will do the jumping! oak' pointers; ifloui' i"-';- t: u 3 The World Has Just Witnessed the Overthrow of "One-Man- " Rule i ft i --t- THE high standardin this bank set for itself the con o I rWSC,V . duct of its business is a protection its aeposi tors in.veveryn emer UUUCX jys j CllI Ull CUIUS ICILUC3, i JflMK 2XE this institution is one of helpfulness. We should like to number you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES BANK of The spirit I and hickory pointers; thence N 71 W 63 poles to a small white oak, with whi'e 'oak pointers; thence N 29 W 12 poles to a sour wood or sycamore;, thence b 36 W 22 ooles to alstone, 1 pole and a half cast on the beginning white oak corner j thence S lj2 poles to the beginning, containing i4 acres, more or less. " Purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved seeuri ty, for theipayment of the pur chase money, tolmvo the force rhiS. jSJjiSSS?1 jegai iniure.it "irorri date ie until paid, with a lein reserved on said land until all the purchase money is paid. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S Griiti.v, Master Commissioner, Rockcastlo Circuit Court. 3 I A Vote For Governor Black 1 Will Make Kentucky Safe For Popular Government 1 H 3 Vote he Democratic Ticket and Vole It Straight 1 i tunfiiuitJurnfiiirTMiii iiuii jHiiuuintiim iiiniiniiiniHiiijniEJiiHiiniiijiiiHnMiinEMuuHinuiHiTirniirnitfjjiiiiuiaHl SL3CXZZ3i!m'vv&3KmOrv&t ,?feii"t: oi-sa- rvszx- ?&?&'... -- vommiiojaerj3iD3,tefcUuR'K,.laH.mv- .ggvr mmur "i"n H'r- wawFVTmz.MflrvAkTf.-gu'u-- jkx. t b r tSZKSJ&aiZZI2SS3aX im "- r -- in-(np"- 'j9MBiiarvur?RiHiitttv 1 - a a ROOKCASTLK CIRCUIT ' 1 ,, m' Mini m , - ai MMQK couur. Aa jrsi - if- - 'i Robert Cock roll, by Joiinio Cocltreil, li s guurd'an, iind Jcnnij Cockroll, individually. vs : Iife Was a I P'aintiff-!- , ( NO PI (.13 OK i t? commissioner s Sale rockcastleT circuit court;. Dillard Griffith &c, vs : NOTICE OF ZB3.t mt ism gagaaonnirfuaga-faafc'-' yTiwraai - a riM COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Kubuit Cockioll, Dcftndant. By II Misery l j Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the lime I entered into womanhood I looked with dread horn one month to the next. I suffered with my bad: and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I nradually got worse. . . Nothing cccmcd to help me until, jredayj . . virtJo of a judgment und Plaintiffs, 'S 11 Pispiai- 1 SALE. rJkxrawTwm 'armmJLarVtm IXXTX 4. TffTVT- - 4 4 isrr ln,i-oni- 8 turkeys. Will pay the highest cash price for them. We want your geese and Also take Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Furs and Feathers vfrwtnvxnamf;t "BjijiUSs y6un; Defendants i don't know what a good e:c- - r Can't Help ft lU cuss I have. they re so Hc'.pw.z M::!f By virtue of a judgment and Good! Good for mo too, order of sale of the Rockcastle Crlunct Da'cinns are cr.J eo:U Ciccsted. Pnnrt to. AnroA f, tli (; ltfHlior.3 cf mothers use August Term,.l9lJ, thereof, in tho above styled action, the un- dersigned will proceed to offer BAEUiQ PQffBER for sale at tho court house door because of its purity because it always ftUes best rrculta and is in Mt. Vernou, Ky., to tho high economical in co.t on J use." Calumet contains only tuen est and best bidder, at public ingredient am have been ap proved officialty by the. ( S. auction, on Monday, October 20, food Authorities You save ivhsn you buy (fT 1919, "Bein g regular County Court You savo hioii you use If. day for said county, between QUALITY imGimsT. II in &; oyA iVWJUUJS 31 c the hours of o o'clock. a. tn. und 3 o'clock p. in., upon u credit ot six months, the following do scribed property, f wholc-on- Ada CotI: sad Thomas Cook, -- . " Sh! What would happen to ms if I were your kid? Well. If you're not acquainted order ol tale of the Rockcastlo Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 1919 thereof, 111 the above styled action, tho undersigned will proceed to offer lor sale, at the court house door VcriHHV,"K-y-ttr this highest and best bidder, at public ... in Mt , t: w. R. GOTT & COMPANY r4 4 4 TKrT--T--TTyTTVT A tract of land located on Round Stone Creek, und thus hounded : Beginning at a black oak near tho branch that leads down from Sebron Uudd's about ono half mile below said Guild's house; thenco S 312 iwles to a beech on a point near the intersection of the Deep mid Oook lirauuh;thence up tho latter N to E 73$ polos to a beech; thence East 250 polos to a stako it) ono of the original lines of Isaac May tract of land;thenco with the same S 35 E Uo poles to the beginning, containing about 100 4 i ITTVI order of sale of the Rockcastle Ciacuit Court, rendered at the August Term, i9i0, thereof, in HOCKOASTLE CIRCUIT tho above styled action, the un COURT. dersigned will proceed to offer Hardin Mahaffoy, &c, Plaintiff)), for sale at tho court bouso door in Mt. Vernon, Ky to the high-es- t vs NOTICE OF COMand best bidder at public auo follows: MISSIONER'S SALE. tion, on Monday, October 20th, Mrsl Tract: Beginning at a Defendant. i0i9, being regular County Court J. V, Mahaffoy, white oak in a drain and comer Uy virtuo of a judgment and day for said couutv, between tho to tho 32 acre tract of lund sold Commissioner's Sale acres. Purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchaso money, to have tho forco und ef feet of a judgment, bearing legal 1 interest from date of sale until paid, with a lion reserved on said hours of 9 'o'clock a. m. and 3 laud until all tho purchase money High Grade Tobacco Farms o'clock p. in., upon u credit of six is paid Bidders will bo prepared llmotono laroit llml ruw Hie Wtliot n unlmonths, tho following described tr comply promptly with these it) ul u.lntio rtci btono lik. nli' uluuir ' ul lu fl "' ljkuUvlllr t i ruuxuK Iri'in 4 hi - ") in mi ii mt-- , 'lliii Unil jrri proporty re. Oui ioim o to Uu I ium! of Ixlit terms. iniiiiMirluLI) LrliiK Hi Miciii.t iIkiioii Hi Two tracts of land located in bliltaiiirlvt. Iiurlivtlwl rili ol la G. S. Griffin, intH nli1 raiiliitl1r luilllou dollar vi " Rockcastlo County, near Livings, MastoF Commissioner, I'm" J 10 KVnlurLUiu urilmMrMiiiiitit i uiMor' indu b) u uUru ton, Kentucky and bounded as Rockcatlo Circuit Court. ifii v list u ill eiA Wt i ivy auctiou.ou Monday, October 2oth, 1019, being regular County Court day for' said county, between tile hours of 9 o'dock a. m and 8 o'clock p. 111., upon a credit of six months, the following described property, to wit: Ono lot located in the town of Livingston, Roc'tcistlo County, Kentucky, and thus boundedOn tile north by the lot of Mrs. L?nelnr; on tho east bv the right of way I the Louisville it Nuslivillu Railroad Company; on tho south by lot owned by J. S Calloway and on the we-- t by Tins Main Street (Stato Koad) lot fronts 100 leet on Main Street ind extends back of equal wuli'i ,.,. :..i,f .. lliu T iv 1. li IV. vsii o .llue X. Vf III 1... J.i way. of Purchaser will bo required 10 give bond with approved security for tho payment of the purchase money, to have the foreo and ef- feet of judgment, Shearing hMl VAMMUPinterest from ditto of s.ilu until . piid, with a lein roserved on said 'l the purchaso money INDIGESTION, UIi,iOUSNIvSS ""'I " Uiddors will be pie Pa'( i's CONSTIPATION. Chamborlain's Tublots have re-- pared to comply promptly with stored to health and happiness these terms. hundreds who were ulllcted with O. S Oriffln, indigestion, biliousness and conMastur Commissioner, stipation. If you are troubled in this wav glvo them a trial You KockcusUo Circuit Cuiirt. ure certain to be pleased for they will benefit ou. j 1 dcciJe'LTto " UyJuHET I TAKE j hi j w&j m m - 1J '..l ' L I 11 mm The Vonian's Tonic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "2nd was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I liave not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since 1 tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardul who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If yousuiferpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a Rood strengthening tonic to build up yourmn-dow- n system, take the advice cl Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. Wo believe it will help you. . 4 l. T I mEsA - 11 M All Druggists J. 63 FOR SALE 011 I I 1 liiu-li-1 Ohil&rezi Ory TOR FLETSXSH'S J to-wl- t: 'ri 1011 -- (oillu-irU-ui- f'ouw CASTOR! A Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S lir. 10 i rwnii ou villi ui uoul.ii ! iU.itt ts. Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 017 FUUK11I jbci.StMi CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, etc. AYl'I. CASTORiA Dry Cleaning and Dyeing LonsviLUJ, K.Y. Voiglit Insurance & Rea'ty Co. Jcffcrsonvillo, Pbeaa IS InJ. vv'chl Bids. Known all over America .mpijB?' - . MT, NMiUNnN'SlfWiClcu'T.-lO.tifeftSHrMftftimSMKRa trt trbP fMTVIlM tc soc tllllt tlio child imi nru provided u wnv to (it luri' ntid if ,vmi havo to lose n ilnv In ciiiiio with tliom it will lii ill ii tit There iro ii'iin of n Iimi old to tfot mmiic now 1019. mm w. wt 4 I"Mum imiii ihn jtpiw j M'T' V"K "h N b : S I ' GNAL RWAY, ' Children Cry for Fletcher's 5mF ta .v f ijMw-itmw- - K1HK)B - lieu aKKIHf j V. & : DONfT FORGET THE ' 9 cl TO. MHO mmTmmmFmWmWmMnUmmBmWrBfr Phitishi d evrt A itUy j VHAK idtii. Graded School Notes. ' i A, IMiiliin lli'li ScIkm! ((Mill (!' f'utfMl tin Invsnf tlio Ml Wr- : n L. union hist I'V- tes mauc known vh n"ii Alvtrtishig itfi'toiH(Mt day iv a siijru of t, i to 8 T.i eini'' was fast ami rouj'li Tlit '"'"l '"' I'1 'i'1"1 !l ':loan sl,!riletl ASSOCIATION KKNTITC'CY fKHfrS miit' uiiuiiuiidiu. The Mt. Vernon (Jirls' teiiui llio London nirls nl 15 to 8 This w.is a jr line. Ourirls woro by many pounds but oiMclnssul tho opponent from the STATMMH.VT o Till: MVNIiKSIIII .slatt of tliu k'uinu. iN MANAC.hMUNT. . 1IU.TI. TI Suo HunnuttdufunU'd our boys im .,()!' Tin! mt. vi:rnon SU.NA!., on Siturday by ti score of lis 101 sr StTfCKIPTIOM ONK $t AT JVIT.EBNoi-- ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18th The Kind You and which has tsea thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under hk pei- sonal suPervJsi(5n since Its' infancy. tttcys Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hen. ill of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Hav.e Always Bought, (TodSlv Schoolfair f) . ' r M--. r. J I la use for over , tf '" jC&zJfosf EmavRegisiered ' -. : u roc iU0NVS Piff !I be Just-as-go- lNON diES CLUB 19 bju out-wilgh- r.-- cd IHl'ilMi-et- Sue Ik'iiuett will play Mt Ver-no- n 11 S Iiqiv S.unrdiiy niorn-inj- ,' GEN3J3NE ALWAYS :o o'clock u. in. K eryone at OctolKT Jt, 1!UU. H". T. vnt'Xit, L'iiineaiul sou" this fj.itne as Mt. Bears the Signature of Sworn to iinil MiIicilKil Ivrtiii? ini- Vernon has been .strenyl honed tio 3nl, dux of Oct, tim. and v iiiMiro a good game. V II. ttsit. Notary PiiMic Wo lnve enrolled 3411 to date 1, llfJ'J. .My Cfiiimil-Mlo- ii j.in-- i J:in in all ili'pirlmciits. This is tlio MONAL. NOT INT l'Alirr. enrollment to date this Wi: are ndvis.-that the Signal school has over experienced, There are 5O II. S. students, did not reach some of tin; neigh-- 1 luring town 11 .ith ot us, until Come ont and see us and you Kind You Have Always Bought Tucbiiay morni'i Last uek .1 jwill be convirced that wo need THR CCNTAUR COh to take care of the is no was the oi.esi pipei that j more rooms has put out. hut student body properly. It was put out in tune, bv work- Livingston graded school, jl.'." rlTiff finv.. n tisunll v Jj'.'"dlM"jd..'.'rin1od NO'fICK school, Mt Ver. DO YOU WANT A POSITION -'-.'..'. ' tmk , Hi iU lltfll Ui tltll-rtnmrnuvTTjm l . A3 INUMLIIA I Ul Ul LnjuJ lit' limxiti ilul the Fiscal Court on Wednesday,, all rniil b.i's out in Memorial School are to have exniifht and got The Census of the entire Na. October 22,' at lo a m., for the time for train Xn. 2t. To bo hibits at the .school fair Saturday tiou.will- be. taken xas of. January grading and 'g'raValing of that .sure that wore made, October IK. ' portion of kl'ie tjrodhead-Ottow- a pay we yot MrvAlbtifr'it to itssist us. The Mt. Vernon School will 1, I92i; the i, of Enumerators- - Itnn.ti - .,.. i;....r.n .I.frmn Jlin HrVfil Koau to lie helped until the last copv demonstrate some mass athletics ...i. Flrirls and from.'S4 06 'the to'fiDug .Hii 'o regret at fechonl fair. of 13 qttd "7o-vi- lUbe was atthew.dvioti u""-- u to $0.00 per clay. II you want this delayed delivery more than Watch for the monthly paper Engineer. the CiHiiity-'Rotidiistyreader can, and we want our the position as f)uunonvtpi; for published by tho senior class of chock--' fof 2ib.oo must nc- Avourswtiiiff.pcecjfait A'&i iiiwst readers iVfcnowvtlinl by working the high school. make immediate applications to company each, bid. whole force to the limit, we tho 7 Kt the Signal out on time. JNo'MOrk Pkicu Fixing Wanthd Mr. J..ty. Meadows, supervisor of 1 1 I weekly at Ml. Wrnoii, Ky I'dltcr In TI. T. VontiM ruMmhcr, iii'li iilu.il and KiiiiK-- ? MniiiiKi'i'i (Minor, Sit. Vn'Utnu'Ky. 1; Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor .Oil, Paioric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cr.tains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years :: has Tjecn in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevsrlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. , What fa CASTOR I A and abottfj given, to the childrenof Rockcastle The Councilof Cetense offers $ 0.00 to the nearest guesses to the number of grains of 'wheat or othei' grainin a bottle to be exhibited. toyecondand $2.00Tolthird. $5.00. to,&)s; ;$3-d0 $15000 uashi Prizes Come and bring the folks. c&& The V , CASTOR! A TXI jE-S- OH gzNi i YOUR f7fxzigi:i i a: In Use For Over 30 Years mr Community Auction Exdfanee Dav ' f 1 s j iAND - 7 . 11 A 1 Day. b CountynCourt;.ij Monday,j October 20thi at Mt. Vernon ft id 1; r.i .1 r qgi Jff 1 " M y U W . 1 la iinrrr ou are for,y.oiiiree,oLcKarKe;- - If you. want to ex-- X we .will, trv to seli.it change a watch to a shot euh or wacohtoranytHingelse; corrie"' & iu vTcflHU1 (jUlg!l&tlf Llllil J JU .U 1 i rd J - M - -..i anda7:so.'ZSomi3a , what 4uaus'u"uF "'"' Cer-titie- d' yuu wain tu u.uy. Come snd make yourself at home and wewill try to see you have a good time 1!' that x Some Rockcastle boy or fjirl will .lv?.,KiYiMi a tint! l'sgistered Duroc Pig at our County School Fair' to le held here Saturday, October -- 1 -- - will berfijUiiVd to resistor in ii book provided for that purpose igatisties no one. FariiioM feel immediately upon arrival nt the j that wheat would have brought School Fair, a lickek will be ivlmore if thero had been no price en each one attending school in fixed, and the consumer feels Kockcahlle County. No tickucs that fixing the price of wheat has will he gien ainone who is not made His bread cost more than it at; ending school. This pin is should. People are anxious given by tho Mt. Vernon Jinsi- - both producers and consumers iko Mens (!luh in addition to to get back to normal basis, about 150.00 in cash pri.es to (where tlio law of supply and du-b- e It is given by vr.-- ' ns nf Kockcis- -' mand will govern prices boys and j to bo sincerely hoped that many lie' County. Mini" your girls want to and should years will pass before any more attend their Schrol Fair at their artificial price lixing is necessary Farmer. home schools next Thursday," hi this country.--Inla- nd October i6lh and then tho Coun-- t Rain coats that turn water at School Fair at Mt. Veinou, fc.iluid.ty, October 18. It is up Fish's. S.Ea h uy or "irl i Fixing the price that a con.-- , modity must sell for is a danger ous business and only justified in in emerfjci.cies where it is of great importance to stimulate jirnauuiiuii, as wmi wiieat uuriug A fixed price the war jieriod. CountyvRoiiaEngitiejr., Census, Jamestown, Kentiickv, (.1) .your natiiel (2) your and state it kevs on ring LoSTi post office; (3). your, .voting pre bearing my name. Reward for . -- 'cin"ctV'boiir'''ntlhibCf-a'nd"na,rh,e- return. mediately. n . , , , , This must be done im ltC. p.f Williams j , Te'ivii brribn'Blnss'Men's Club HriiPVl 1.1 .. iffTXT?r-- - sazxs r L s '' tmWmmmmmmmm'mmmmlJ L-- ! 1 1 ' ) - iI f ''J. i Sl .11 ' i? Rockcaste Fa.rrnfers -1 H n II I H W Y II w I II w II n T n n w vmiiW ln ll1 r I For Sale lr With H 1' "Mi" GARRARD TOBACCO w LANCASTER, KY. u.JwU(l MiV WIHilfSt ,' t wx.l. )i!x I aBHHgBHBBMMHBiaaBBHBBBaaraa Bestaranged, best lighted, warehouse in Kentucky '. ( . " I. ! ZJ"i ? x jtzirazzxz3xi: 2x jKLjxr"zrr ' 1 t ,1,1 .1.1 ijti.i ,... ta S&&m. , ii I ...,, ..I . .. ' .: - . I d... llli LLLLR-. .. W.. m mmwmmm y II II II II 1.1...I ' r iiMil 11 Ura ill' 1 r- v;. -( ( ii ..I Tn,f R f-- 1 Jfifttf I 1 1 j TUEUNIVERSALCAR . II . .1 'MM v!ILw 1.1,1 . f I kt IQEJ I H fiL . . JLafiSB I! III If 'PS 'I ! j ' ' j I I jJK -- Here is. the Ford Runabout, a perfect whirlwind of utility. Fits into the daily life of everybody, anywhere, everywhere, and all the time. For town and country, it is all that its name implies a Run- about. Low in cost of operation; low in cost of maintenance, with all the sturdy strength, dependability and reliability for which Ford cars are noted. We'd be pleased to have fdMPi your order for one or more. We have about everything in W motor car accessories, and always have a full line of genuine Ford Parts. We'd like to have you for our customer. felw Remember if you want your Ford to give continuous Hwfr service you must keep it in good condition. We. Lr, will do it for you. I III ... ..I 1... 1. M.MlJSllIffi fasi 1 'if:ov Uw.w mW f'- 5Nfci " ' .' 1 ? ' jl I I III ,...., . , ii, 1. I., 1.. I I I I I III I I .'111. .1 ... .:....! . ! .1 , . . -- ....-- . M .'ii. it llli l(aiK. .. . a 1 I j. 1 . , ! Iil'lifl ju.i'i ,a"'i' U it- .i fH ' 'I.I ltw i.M ;l I 'U.l. illl'l I I -- iil W I Ifffff1 8fc. mftrlnn Mr .'1 "-- BRYANT BROS. MT.YERNONi KY, '! j .11 1,. 4U4IH '' 1M s JI tUl'fl !....lll 'l '.lill ill ri'I .ill ,i f I ll . ' mil. V .JlKlllltilH 4l ll Im J 'U'l ji- DELCO Jl i.,..i tii.ll JF ; iJj -! ! ' MSLfmW " i2? - llli I ! ' w ...'.l-Jl- l " I ' ' ,1, I)-.. . . 1 ' ' ! tfo'ij'tfTHtf HOllE' TI .. Jg .ll . j Ii 1(11 ll'iiiT, iiiti. .... :i i'l'IMi() fU ' 0 j iV'f. ...... m.t..i 1. J4i.i. ' i il 1. - t"U,u ' ... !j. ... i rt fin iib .nri '11 ir -- -- ' .m . mm mm ...' m. 4 mt , c n.. U-- ., I1111M. I. ,,..,. IT PAYS FOR- ITSELF- ' I ' TdWNS'! AND'sMAtrli". i llli ii.ll .1 ii. iil. l twii.. ' I 1. r;, I v i,S.,..iouiiiiihi. i 1 ) ' '1 ii mi'i . 1.". ..I . . . I I I.... VU..I. ' ........ .. , , u l 1 (trniiliifO .;. in.. ?J O i BRYANT BROS., AGENTS' if ii Ik :.,it 1. .1 mI . " - ' ; .. I'.i'in 1 iii. .. U11 s I . ; .: ., ii ;t it ' 1. ij.l 1I1 ,, , -AO i.ii .11 ;i , ' i. i. T1T , MT. VBKMON SIONAIi, OOT.10-- 1119. vl.'-.'..'.,)- s: .M-T- ,. V ISJl.N.O N.., . Sjfl r. GNA i ft . p L - Wt VmttfoN, 2 TQ(5 I KV Oct. 10, 1919 i ' wnnwr. wnnt toOornmunl. L" JJ- Couhtj andrepor.ts 7f ona y. . wlttl HIONAL, ".. on 1110 up "No. 79" 1 ,,,., AUTO ACCIDENT,.. B... H, Hiiiard,..N.- P. Your worlc done at reasonable prices, A. II. Hamlin started to Knox, ville tho latter part of last week. Morris Taylor, of Highland jParV&ponti Sunday tfMt. Vqr-no- Erjrbute, he met HJjlrViMartIn Und He,lias a ftOodf position in u fttr. Bur'je of S."b.,-- . who wore Mr. driving thru, and wlio-askeL. & N. sliops. .Ham'ln to accompany them and f Wmv Bullock is in'froin Lee , , d Tho- - Buslness-Mena-Club-B- ox. wmi jtocKcastio Gas Company lease on tinHtj.e'jWH'7 .. they un . fie pump g 3Jwmf louitviiij 'rtMvitCt n.R.Co. -- and expects to move both drill-inrigs on new locations at dnce. LOUAIj The , Robinson speaking weli attended. was 1:2 ? TIMB TABLK. nortnii.'i.;.... "'.... 5 45pm Drl 'Walters has taktr up now 2l iortn S:35;ft,m quarters in the Cox building., 211 south 12:35 p m Tho Chandler is u mighty good 2) .jouth 12:45 a m Cttf and it is priced right B. 13. t ,J as. LanduUM,, Agent; ; Wilt Reynolds', ofPjne Hill, Phone rjo.,8. died last '.night of typhoid fever., t iilrel at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pottomc Auuomobiles, trucks, tractbrs-Whe- re mull umttVr. i in will the horse go? Bryant Bros. J' PERSONAL N61 country home- is complete Leonard Kirby is very sick without a Ford car and a Delco' Light plant -- B. B. with tvphoid. Mathew ITituel Tr.,is Master Mrs. Alice Davis now has thq rapidly improving., money with which to pay the Ieroy Mulliiis,'" df Cincinnati, teachers for the second mintli. was in town last Saturday. '' ' of Mr. and t The. small child ft Frank Jones was- over from Mrs. Robort McKinnoy 'near Korea yesterday on business.. Hansford, Is on the, sick list. Air. and Mrs. Luther Mullins Wiii. Bullock and R. L. Bray wore in Richmond Wednesday. have gone to Maysviile in interest Mrs Voliecy Fish, of Wildie, of the Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co. i nursing .Mrs., H. T-Young and CongroPsman J. M. Robsion t.iw new little Miss Young. and Cbas. Finley spoke to a good Miss 'Mary. Cumtnjn,s. who js . sized crowd nt' trio Court House' .; East car 'turned over twice, pinning the drivor undor it. Mr. Hamlin sustained, se'vero 'injuries in one shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kincor. of Livingston, Wore also In tho car. Mrs, Kincor Iwas re ported seriously injured, Mr. Hamlin camq back to Mt. Vernon for treatment and took a aow start Jby rail. r J I. II Remkmukh, You get Flashlights und batteries, and your ilashlight case repaired also. Got flashlight bulbs at Franklin's the'L. T& L. Watch Inspector. tf Mt. Vernon. Ky. v "1 JuS,1 ?fro ntcoml-ciu- , John Purcell, mail dispatcher at South Station, Boston, risked possible injvry when he stopped the Federal Express to Washington to expedite the.' delivery, of a package; pf medicine for President Wilson last night. H6 had received thq package from a tnosscnger who shouted, "Medicine for tho President," as he daslied into the mail room. The express was then pulling out of the the train shed, and PurccHl rdii acr6ss the network of yard tracks and posted himself in the glare of the oncoming engine's headlight Tho train was delayed two minutes. i '' . of Tetinosse, spent scvoral days with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sowder hero last weok Leonard Kirby is seriously ill with tv phoid. Mr. and Mrs. McForron aro with their son, John in Ten nessee. Born, Sept. 30, to tho Wife of Ambrose Hasty, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shepherd, of Cove, spejit Sun'dty with Mr, and MrsW. M. Sowder. Married, Octobor 2, Mr. Moses Mink and Miss Minta Crpra er, both from near this place. Miss Hat-ti- e Carmical, of Mt. Vernon, spent Saturday night with her triothor, Mrs. Clara Carmical. Mrs. W. M. Sowder spent night with hor daughter, Mrs. Ambroso nusvy. airs. ClaravCarmical,,djid son?, Russel, Raleigh anid. Hughie spent. Sunday night, with Mr. and Mrs. A. C.ummilX.at 'iff. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs.'vY"m. Arnold and child- ren sl'ent Saturday night and Ci.Hnli ..,. 1'. HI .. hVT Hf tVCU' itJUUUlbjr Willi '4U1,. uuu fuia, Da. Bryant Bros, have the agency bin Arter. Miss hva McCiure for the Fordsori tractor. They spent Sunday With Miss Marexpect' to have a demonstrator guerite Kirby. hero sometime this month.' I ,. Sat-vrday Supper nt the Court House Monday 'night was a decided success in every Jvay,C.. J), Sutton, moved himself a real auctjonqer and tho chances are tbat he will devotr a largo part of his young life to the art. The total some raised was $95.30 Which amount is being used to repair and remake some of tho bad places in sonio of our principle streets. About twenty businessmen and citizens of tho town put In a good day of work on Main street west of the railroad Tuesday morning and the people can sec for tneinsolves what has been done The next work to be done, is on Richmond street beginniug at the main street intersection and running north, this will be dono in a very few days just as soon as tho county roller is idle, a day. If tboro are any of our citizens who feel they would, like to have s band in. fixing Richmond street vou are asked to be ready whet, the alarm is, given- - HOP E WE LL n, a George Warren and child-ro- - A:';; m 'Ai''liPF conn WEAR . , and "No better COOD. 'I all-arou- In Shoes, nd !,.v serviceable k&:,satisfactory Shoes can ht bought for the money ,; .m - mnmw than i ; .i Bryant Bros. Men ' i CONT,IPATlpN. - . i..-- 0 J T7,i.. qjl-j,- . ; Admiral Grayson ancrunteir- - 12C. The people of the Flat Rock 'Urgent; special delivery." Misses Rinse Williams, Louan-n- a ' ' '' 'i " only cost a qbartoV. " " ' Whitehead and Ethel Azbill school district had a Pie Supper J ' Old False Teeth Wanted NOTICE.mcitorcQ to' Berea yesterday last Saturday night and raised Lost: Elgin watch add chain We pay ti J) per tct for thorn In any To all parties Jndtbted $43 00 for the benefit of school near Bethelf church house. Rea. raiKllUon. llri.koii paru In proiortlon. We shopping.' m iiNo, buy old i.wowns. brldiroKork, brcicn church. estate of H". J. Mullins, deceased, J.' i'lry and old f ilver ol all kfud. Mail It to sbnable reward. Mrs. G.:T. Johnson is.vNitj'uf,' and raooolenl by return mU, will please call at the Circuit Mout'tis Taylok, hof daughter. Mrs. B. BCegley, T. C. O'Mara has gone to Brackney Refinins Co. " Clerks 'Officb" 'ah'd ' - seMleshme. Ittyyillo'to Take charger of. a 'Cv 4625 Louisville Ave? 1.1 Louisvilotws weok. P.O.BoxB70 Louisville. Kir. And.ajl who. have claims agjipst Highland Park, Ky. Fred L. Durham, Mr. ami Mrs. gitfigefror Win. Bullock nnj 0. the estate will tile same with me . . . ' i wards. TflMUhiwe, tho. ii- - . M.cEd w..'.-2 . .. jLi W!;A. McKenzle, R; . tejSJSJj!! properly proven. agency for tle Ford car, in Lee i ti' d son, John were in CincinMy farm near FOR FLETCHER'S Fok Salk: 1 ' OTi 'J.'NifcBt, THE- BANKS anc0wsleyvc6unties.. "TIIE"CAS1T f... ' Cove school house, known as the nati Monday. Admr. - If the Signal's editorial page Jns. Chesnut farm, consisting of f age. .of Xotcuer. .QiiuntywillaU and local.page.seem to. .have been lbu acres. Has a good dwelling, fairly good fences, well watered triid the Confederate Reunion at neglected this week, the editor s and if sold at once will be sold at Atlanta, Ga. address on Tuesday was West bargian. ,,., Mks. Teutha Langfoud, Ruth Ella, the attractive littlo Main St (sticet improvement Burr, Ky. daughter of 31 r. andMrs Grovor. gang) and on Weduesday a new Sept 5? I9 3t. a bitby brother, named5 baby girl appearqd; at his. dpmos--tiSowder, has" domicile-- '"Thqra wero reas ii t For Sale. Registered Duroc Grovcr :f l' L 'A .9 1 and,' Ars; Cecil Purcell ons. ' hogs, sow, one gilt and two Mr. boars: Spring farrow, Famous hue gono'io'bousekebpihg fn tho . Now line of Ladies Orion Colonel stock. Ribbon winit. H. B Purcell property iuthcAsur coats and suits ut Fishes. ners at the Mt. Vernon Fair, er Addition. ' ' 'i J. J. Paintorjvyin start toniglit W. H. Miu.ur. Richard Williams and' wifo,(of on a five day trip thru the Rocki df. few custlo Association of .Baptists. Somerset, farl spending1 FOR SALE: A now Interdays with thoir fjrabduiplher,Alrfr This Association Tncludqs 75-Acr- e, national (one horse) Hay Press, " ' Mary K. Williams. l jwjtions of Pulaski, 14x18. If sold at once, can be J. C. Elder (if Decatur,' '111 j.' is Lincoln, Madison, Jackson and bought at a bargain. (FORMERLY OWNED'BV- DA.OTAYLOR & .j ,.u. See Mr. Painter spending tiejwepk,with the fan. Laurel, counties. Walter Henderson. ily of J. B. Cummins. Mr. Elder goes in the interest of the "75 .-Million DollarOa'mpaign'Drivb," will visit rolatives at Crab For Sai,e; A, rig while hero. Conwhich the Southern Baptist and Stanford Spalding, nearly new,- $125. X. W. M. Kfnley und wifd, of Her-ri- vention Is putting oh, and which Can be seen at Rider's stable Mr. Pain- It Q. 0. Hatcher. 111., are, visiting relatives in closes. December 6th. county, tfbey 'have been ter will try to visit 18 churches this Fou,Saui: flew wodgeTour away fourteon years' and suite during the trip and his objpet is to Uar.just urtvon from factory .' At 10:30 A. M, they will likclyistay in Rockcastle conipleto the organization of each $1160.00 takes it. Located two milesjfroni the' Stanford courthouse qti Goriliin LMke, on'Lognu's' Dr. John D. Henderson has church for tho campaign. InW; H. Fish, Phono 27. -j It is tho best 'Creek, Every foot of 'this fjirm is bottomland and as rich'as cream, . - terior Journal; returned to Louistillex tocbra" Mt. Vernon, Ky. You nmy find as good lahtl as for its sizeJn,LjucpJu,cqunty or anypther couuty. farm plote his course ih 'tne t'ouisville Rhmkmhkr: You can get any this in other counties in Keutucky but we. don't care where you go you will not. Hud' Ford Oar Foil Thadh: In Dr. Henderson thing you want in the Spectacle College Dental tiny better dirt tluiri this.' Sayitiga fllej)i".but as true asHolyVnt. Tliis farm isu good order. t Would take horse had a nice practice throughout lino. The most fashiouablo styof cultivation, a producer "and mdhey milker." Jewel KcuHile, "rich, in liigh-statand buggy.' fyiH"sell' at a bartho summer months. les of frames und lenses. Your gain if sold at once. 'Choice, liifty stuir. It will make your nioutlt water to jpok thia one over. Mr.JosoiUJ3ogg3,.SuitQ Road Franklin's where eight-roo- m residence, Wills, porcltos.. conImprovenionts: An elegant Mrs. 13i.kn Phick. ' Kngineor, was in 3It. Vernon watches and clocks aro repaired crete porch and concrete walks, Splcdid, collar, beautiful shade trees; largo new t'obac- -A Ford car for sale at a batf Mouday atid MAnday'tiiglitTUB-peopl- ftVIYrnpnrICy.""'-V- v 7 Finn.:-.- .. .. -. outbuildings co barnj large stock barn; garage; granary; crib; WV'aJl sorts-- of rgainlast years model new "RoLkcastlb 'county te. of v well, cistern, etc. water, Fdtt Sai,m : 1 op.QQQf t poplar, tires. Call at Signal office. lieve that Mr.Boggs js interested It is an id mil place to live, choice location and in splendid neighborhood. Just qarschostnut, "hickory jdtua-tio- u Jo.eoo Man with horse and buggy can in and.understands, the; road the right distance from town. ' ' dnd whlto oak, growth,- , miles obtain employment in this county. ' ii)ijscoun6y. This t'plciidid farm will bb subvdividdd into teuacre tracts on up. Front 12 to' 15 Pine HiJI.See M. iJPitman, Box 258 Danville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cherry, acres with all improvements and add to it until, you get exactly what you want... Fine Mrs. Mary Pitman, ownor. 4 t. Oct. 10. ' of Crab Orchard1, word guests of truck gardens. This is splendid tobacco, hemp, corn land. It will produce anything. "1 &SBW Csti-i- b OMl 31r. and 31rs. J. W. Brown last sIBei No richer bri the fa'coof the earth. fBru, but fcuiiday. Thoy drm-iThis U dertuinly a Golden Opportunity for some one. R is scldoin that you have returned on the.iraUiiJjQcausQ.af n Roys givo her a look, She is all your heart ""chances like this on this kind cf property. '"- "-'' ..'.! heavy"roa,dH.: iMr1.' Cherry-camdesire, One ilanco will show you that we are oll'ering something out of the ordi- ''could ""'M ."" back for his machine- later. t pit .....j t .ill cowsvitU'calfat'side; We will also sell the following live stock, twb PolkCAngiis v Vapomen- Mr3.. dRUchter.in-law- , Polled Angus cow, duo.to calve Oct. 20th; threo.thoivitjghb.iQd Nhortipjn if ,b ij nnd her tWoWear old iooil ones, roans and .lersev cows. All of above cows aro : seven weanling calv inrwtmm. una is a ourc xrevenuve. "" ' reds; fifteen steers; twelve COO pound heifers; thoroughbred Shorthorn bull; sob" 'Client', tht tfeek, i and with, '' '""one 16 hand four year old nmro mule, good one, one 3 year-olhorse, by Warlield: one MrsfJI' A'Landruih. Misses Dr.R; M'Brame, discoverer of ed in each nostril. Jlrame's "" nice- pony, 3 year-old- , broke to ride and drive, .a boajtty, . Also a lot of finning; i,ipli' i Rutli and. Pearl "Candriim came Vapomentha Salve, has a mentha Salve penetrates the pores Sunday. Tho party retiirriwl ',xo iiiciua, skin relieving congestion, at letter from C.C, bright, Superin-ffii: Louisvir.o.Sunday ifWr.noon, Wilkes County, NC, 'HSnarme,!imheia,iug vaia nrise j , Terms exceedingly libera) and made jcupwii on, da) ofsalu. j tendentof tlie i. .11... f the mouth lreath?d Mrs.' Mary tf. "Williams, C C Public wlilch he, ' For full pnrticulnra, blue jirints, etc., see write or phone 10, S. Cowan, or us. Wpo- Wilhams.and. M"rfl CleaVVi Brown -- We fti&fT,"1 tnofo'rei.. lo ScaffqiaiCa'DO.Sundajrj mentha Salve for nearly all tlie ills ;, ,.t , i i )li ..I litf . TTf 'fir I W'PK Willi MISS KUIIIMUHIOS VsTfcSa!T '"' "W or women to Jake, Wantkd: orders among friends and neighbors for the genutnq guaranteed hosiery,' full lino for men, women and children. Elininates darnintr We pay 56 cts an hour spare time or $2j a week for full time'. Experience unnecessary. Write International Stocking Mills, 'WW vmMm& $1 iiiiiu i!ieki2i?giteaaant The beginning of almost every serious djsea.-- is,cqnstipa'tion.. 1 you want W enjoygood heaJtK keep your bowels regular. This 1'Sibes.t.' accptnplis.bed. by proper diet and bxer'cfso, 'but sometimes'' a medicine is 'needed, and when that js: .the j case you. will find Chamberlajn's Tablets aro excel- - j l..f 'Pr,k., to.' . "MI,1 'o.l (,',tM ujiiu uuu ii;y s for women, for boys for gifls rjnade honestly A all' 0,;M,uA r on, stylish comfortable lasts leather, no substittitesr '" . , For men - ' , .1... ! ;. ... ui.jj.l (.lii.iu;.: 'I'1 ' iiii. ,';Our fall stockis ready. ,i..,t,A s.Makeuurstore your store1 when rt you come tof 'the County Scho6i",;1 . r4.iQ.L to-th- ur i- X . Uncle-Jdhrt-ShB- ll; f Ohilaren Ory ,LGmoafli25sr J- - CASTORIA '! 'STORE'-i--BBTNVKE- - 11 J c Jrri": f , . . and-Miss- es 'il, - The Gafden Spot Lincoln County -- f '. .At, Rock-castle'an- d "' - The Rich. Fertile ( Or-cha- rd FarmofE.S. AMjQgUBpiVP. At Public.Auction'Onihe .Rremisesl'- COWAN- j- I i -. i n, Wednesday October 15 . ; e two-s'tory eyes-tested.- -at 1 o .- h-br-a .';: A-l- . . -- . -- " THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST && 2 e '' -- INFLUENZA tf ''Smoy&t(ixQ'v he That rt '.cojtwo $1 300-poun- d d Vapo-Brame- 'i " . ((( 'S'used W. .pltlhW? aad.,tak;p'.dlqnor Wih that splenf dfdfamrly, Wm, Ltnyiije. tuis to break up colds, usually the to'l'isitM., WWWtrHJ s's&saffitoTyteig I JaliTt&it rtSlZtJifJ11 fv,ninS A.AiV fore- - tho old homo In 40 yt'ars. icunner'ol, Urippe?.ittnuenza. j.anoj ffissywa sirlD.5SrSSSj.,te fever and Jnf,0"atIo u - .l !? o8i nd0 home "? oandlditeffpr Mugistato jnstance, If used nccordiniMo direc, . ever witnout t juy jt from , Was clerk 'of Jiitho'fifth-Jl'striaThese strong statements are fully CmWii? d,Sh the Vance sale at Hlatt. lie a0m? UJutJ A0'the- l"f sold well, Justified by follow,remarkable. jecov- thaE'Seryflilng Br.me's'Vapothat LTrLbJUe. f,stS. lucluSing any real mentha Salve is applied freely over COnffv,iln& Tne sale, not the chest and throat and insert- OJtate, amounted to $16oo. wl?o js,Di " ts Mr.rFt. E.. Robhlns., ot nuar BrMlfe wtttf'ln thV Signal of Hce last Saturday. Mr. Robblus, "Sakfrom personal observation ffSSjn "Llu?"-- ' Mccarty, hughes & KENTUCKY. STANFORD, ;..: .:: M , I SSSurJSKt1 a 6tt - M) faf?-iwth- Jor... ff ttaSSiSffiSb Si i. !' '2fe: XCi. i-- 1 -- i- - iy. ,iJ v.jw w.U 0 ju Ml. HSl.NOX SIGN AT, 0 I 10 . JilO MUM-M- W ttfc ,W2I irsawfi'i'g , acggngtsyae-aMaspg-gi-as- t- o sftULes IVM A Wolchiimn a DIDN'T WANT .sUCH i'AY stictl inoiti-.- for a sum of him, lint ai i untry-11111- 1 ercnanaise Mse DAYS ONLY iaytj: inoiih Uiu .i "iiiit nr IT t gmvttTcaf!rnw-wCTnwgrgj offered to work debt, this did not appeal tin- - ' Ili till t .jjiMgcxsyjs."ga, vs .gyjca.mLaa.x-- . .a. tsivxcxz 5 creditor. Finully. tlip j n dye its U ! tin ti We arc overstocked with Merchandise and are holding this Sale to reduce oui siock.. To all our former customers that have traded with us in the past know we are always giving a Dollars' worth. We are now going to give you more than a Dollars worth for each and every Dollar that you spend at our store during this Sale. All you need to do is to follow the prices to be convinced. p'.lllullll A'll ilU HUS h. to a ci'pt the t'obtor's worn iff the dtbt llli.i iTor 'Will, Tuh'ni'iiplt. oti n't;, your onor,' CI- was tlii' loply, "tho man an Pitlshuri; oaieli. 0 years ago Other Carey Building Materials Asbestos Duilt-U- p j .5LKM POST V.OIJTKM S iiii) Negroes wire, i ussinjr the death of a sin ill dar y. ot the di.sit The eau-A !' I ckar eiiotijia t" one of th "Deiln chile died fr. too much vn'ah million, pLuiit'l Out! of the others Irr. irv men 1 e.ttin he ex td h'S rand tal Frr bsv "" trv fi , doubts "Huh," he uriiuted s( rnfnll, too "dar ain't no suc.it tliii. " much "Will, den," rt mat d the , "dar wasn't cnuff toy" watah-nnllion ln-st- Roofs Fcltcx Asphalt Felts Elastltc Expansion Joint Asphalt Pitch Wallboard Roofing Paints on tfeat barn That is why I put Carey Asfaltslatc Shingles knew nothing about Carey Roofing except that it had been manufactured since 1873. But the roof on that barn lasted. on my new home today. Thirty years ago I T - Ginghams, from 15c to 28c yd. Linen Collars, Men's 10 to 15c Best Outing, ?7J to 30c yard Caps, Men's & oys,25to$1.25 Hats, Men's vuc to $3.50 Suits, Men's $10. to $2 1.50, t. worth $25. to $35. Coats, Ladies' and Misses', plush $12.50 to $27. ll:irniti in HEADY MIXED PAINT gal. bucket $3.20 $o00 per gallon. A Union Suits . Ladies', Misses nnd Hoys' heavy Suits 50u to 2 00 per Miit. Overcoats Men's and Hoys at low cost One d.iy. wlulr metlito' njr out side the itty of Tionsi t, Con fucius noticed a wumad A'eepinj; bitt-tl- y bes d.i a fruM grave wlmh hi W.I-- . fanning ' gorous-lTouched b her oviiU it Ktief, he said: "O Mirrowful'i le, what what is your trouble?'- worth $20.00 to $2" 00 money on the present 111:11 ket mure VB IIAVK A IJIG LINK OF Raincoats, Mens $3.50 Peters Shoes at old prices It will pay you to buy your Winter Shoes early for you will save big money. Tho new stock will be higher. FURNITURE STOVES A AT LOW PRICES Insulating Papers cwrtssnsrcsw- "Your Honorable Evclleiiey, my .husband is dead." ; 4Mfi Asphalt Built-U- p Roofs ' " Carey Flexible Cement Roofing Fibre Coating for Roofs Fibcrock Asbestos Felts Asbestos Materials Roll Roofings Damp-Proofin- g Compounds 85 A few ..'.21 lliiGJJJJjtfiWitiiii4ft ,T, Krr baud, ai.il you are to e pitiev l.,JJ. itwSpnCft! tracK. 1 put on ' arey muic but Ahy aro you fan ing the surface roofing because it was both sparkproof-an- d uravoi1 ' Exalted one," re iod the good looking. woman, and her voice win clicked "my husbaid miid Judging how long Carey Asfaltslate Shingles with long my other Carey Roofs ine ni'utuisu not to mairy until will last by how is grave was dry." have lasted, I know that the roof of my new house will require no attention for many years HISWIPK WAS ALL RIGHT. There lived in 'Pro idei:co a to come. very matter of face m..n whose vs tho kind of building you have to cover, and will give you samples and prices of the particular hind of Carey Roofing or Shingle which will best meet your needs. Tell ice wife is, and always hn been, a v. COAL nml VVOOI), both Ileatin;.,' ing. A Big Lino 'i..d.-- i it Cook- Work Shirts, 65c to $1.25 COATS. Children's & Misses' ,, sft-ptns- J.A..OJL.IVER tBfeanrea J" "TTrg3 There are so many bargains that I can-io- t mention them all in this Sale Hill. Coino in early , and select from my large line ol dty goods, clothing, shoe-;- cninaware, and all the other articles in the store that I will not. sell for the next 1 nave nothtmr numerous to mention that are too and chickens. Tho above prices are for fifteen day rt a bargain. I will piv top prices for cash or produce Come in and ive us a loolc and wo will convinco you that our pricesare Right. oi-g- s 1 Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Coverings I'Niv , T w ;- - V : S.T.PROCTO OUND THE WORLD In Siberia. bit sentimental and fojd of try ing to draw from hush tiul these little .endearments he has ever f Tiled to furnish. "I suppose, said stie, on oni- oc.asion, "if you should meit sonic pretty girl you would cotc to ore fur me " "What noticsutiau you talk !" "What do I care said husband. ? ou suit for youth or me all right " be-uty FOR SALE atab7rgain A good farm of 128 acres; 40 acres in timber, good 6 room cottage, fairly good barn, good cistern and outbuildings, good orchard four loom tenant house, good coal mine, 4 bank cars, blacksmith shop and all equipments forgetting out coal; havo a good coal bin at Pine Hill that holds 50 tons of coal. This is a good stock farm, 00 teres under fence. The f..nu has itrown up some and needs some f this .arm repairs. Will cash, the balance on time I also have a good piir of aged mules, wagon and harness. I un using them on the farm. Will sell them at a barg in. If you want to buy home good property in Mt. Vernon, see me before you buy. I am wanting to rude some with someone, so now is your time R. L. McFERRON, Mt. Vernon, Ky, 1 Stop T tfldrl E first move in a winning battle of life 1 lsmadewhensav-Clli- y ing begins. It WITH t jfvMERICAN RED CROSS. m L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians KNEW A THING OR 1V0 ABOUT vSURGKRY. A certain bluckiiuilh, observes t ot.e-hal- Pearson's WeuKly, alilipugh an ig Uffl $d rjw -- Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing expert at hi trade, was quite At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. Now In Their New Location PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance. I'cmllily (lie mint Importnnt Red Cross work In Siberia, unil one which niost demands file coiitliiiinnco nf operations there, Is typhus. Owr u htretcli of J.WO miles tho American Rod Cross lias fought tho scourge. Ileru Is soon "The limit White Train," nn intl-t- j plius whkli, with Its crew of doctors mid nurses nnd cargoes of drugs, uC thousands. food unci eleausrng ui'iiarutus, bus bated tho. If your eyes nro sliowinn any defects noiv Is the timu ty tte. DR. MOORE. The Optician uoraut of surgical methods. When he spraoied his wrist occ after tcrnooi', he liurr.ed to a doctor's office. The doctor i.sant lied the wrist, and then tot a small Lot Uj lioiu sli If, u'tt fjound it empty. "James," said le, turn 111,; to an assistant, "tio and b. ing in down a coup e of thosu phials." "WhatS that? ' exclaioied tht Sl'll patlmt jf emotion. "1 nieily titUei. mv assistant to bring me down i c uple nt phials lioiu ups'aiis. "i,,il',s ?' iMiswered tiL iloctir "No, yoi don't! Ii tint u aid has gel i come oil, us? an ax or a saw 'i ' 1c 11 velping that will insure success, cmfort and happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step t ward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. Slink iiar?n.cially by.de" traits up-ta- Bank of Mt. Vernon ENOS SPCNCER. .llOM-lll- AEOUND THE WOftLD WITH THE AMERICAN 0ED CROSS.. iyy At Saloniki. vi UuW CHAS. G. HARIUS.Vite.Prt9. R. UNDSEY. Scc'y. pe. a a IN JONAS NcKENZIE STORE la WOUI DN'T APOLOIZ'? FOR 321 Dl 110 New Real Estate Firm If )7ou are interested in Real Estate in On Johnny's lirst day at school ho was given a ri'ulstra tioii card on wheh his mother was to write h!s birth record. Vlu fu'loAitg ('..if hr arrived ii.i liXlaiENtrJ. STfafflmttm A REQULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING r - Commercial ocaoot j-- r 7 ' 1 'f GUTHRIE STREET, North of Pottoflico LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. mountains of relief supplies turned out by the iiiIIIIiiiih of chanter workers ilurliiK the war Hindu tho American Hed Cross one of the lileeest "inniiiifacturlns conrenis" In tho world, with itreat wuii'limiho simco nt bcoivs of Bliuleglc lutnts all iiround tho 1,'hihe. Ono of the biggest (llstrlliutlon centers wns ut .Snloiilkl, Greece, mid In this picture Ilulgurhui prisoners of war nro teen there unloading n Ited Cross cargo of L',1100 boxes from a French transport. At the right Is been 0110 of the American Red Cross camions, fleets of which wcro used In nibbing relief to poluts where the buffering was greatest TI10 vcrltatile tardy and without lion blip. the rcglstra TWCTM3iC3Mrpyi'iiWi)lQfiareT "Johnny," said tho teacher 'you must bring an excuse for lxin' liinlv. and don't forsjet the slip when you were born." All nut of breath next day Johnny rushed in, holding a note from h's mother. "Teacner," ho gasped, "I brought tho one about beiug tardy, hut I forgot my excuse about being born." St. Louis Post SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF MEOAI. Haarlem - humanity to wlthatand attucku or kUlncy, liver, bladder and utoiiuich troubles and all tliieuoa connected with the urinary orirans and to build up and restore to health organs weakened by dUease, These most Importunt ornaim must be watclied. because they niter and purify the blood: unless they do their work you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pains In the loins and lower ab. domen, ifravel, diniculty when urinal-Inrheumatism, sciatica and lumbago all warn you of trouble with your kid neys. GOLD MEDAL, Haarlem Oil Cap Oil has enabled BUfleriim- For 200 years OOT.T) Rockcastle County, Farms or Town property please see g. Dipateh. To scare an Irishman who was inclined to "tonic up," a party "f dug a graze in a pain through a graveyard over which Pat went homo Of course Pat fell in the grave, and 0110 of tho party, covered with a white ahect, looked down at L'at and said in gruff tonus: "What are you do. ing in my gram?" iii immediately innllcd: "Ami what are- youso doing, out of it ?" fun-lover- s sules are the remedy you need. Take three or four overy day. The heallnic oil soaks Into the cells and lining of tho kidneys and drives out the puUona. New life and health will surely follow. When your normal vltfor has been restored continue treatment for a while to keop youreelf In condition and prevent a return of the disease. Don't wait unlit you are Incapable of flxhtlnK. Start taking- OOlAi MEDAL. Haarlem OH Capsules today. Your drug- cheerfully refund your money fist willare not satisfied with results. Hut be sure to Kt the original Imported OOL.D MKDAL and accept no substitutes. In three sixes. Sealed packages. At all drug stores. - AMBKt L AIN'S COUGH RUM ED Y. Childress & Smith Headquarters, BRODHEA.D, KY. - This remedy is intended for coughs, colds, croup and w hooping cough. Kiom a Kinall beginning its salo uud uso has extended to all parts of the United States and to many for eign countries, mis uiouu is enough to convinco ono that it is u medicine of moro than ordinary t merit. Glvo It a trial and you will find this to be tho caso. Advertise in SIGNAL and GET 'RESULTS.3 UJSCOOiiED SKJ'ib 'tr U rnt iSEV5 MT. VEKNON SIGNAL, OCT. 10 , U19. itnr. Big Lot and Farm Sale ' " eft rf M $W " Wednesday, Oct. 15 we will sell for Mrs. Evelyn K. Backer (KNOWN AS THE KENDRICK FARM) AT 10 O'CLOCK & others -- Look fore your 900 ACRES of Wayne County LAND Adjoining the growing town of Monticello Monticello wants to "streuth out" over this farm, so wo liavo opened up a new addition and will sell in this subdivision, with streets so laid off as to make it attractive, a iiiiinlu'r of Building Lots high and dry with fine, building sites, well drained. IVill also sell a number of -- Cow Pastures" and "Baby Farms" in tracts the size to suit purchasers, 'I bis farm fronts on 3 pikes the Monticello-Burn-sidpike the Columbia pike and the Norman Kerry pike Wo will sell about 20 acres with main residence, but it is so divided that additional tracts may be attached so as to make a farm of 50 acres or 100 acres or 150 acres or 200 acres or more. Remember we always sell to suit the buyers. e jk the Here is the globe spread out cya. See those stars? star shows where a U. S. Navy ship The Navy September 2nd, 1919. the Seven Seas. I flat beEvery was on travels Don t you. want to see the "World ? is calling to you! and smiling foreign lands are beckoning to you. Shove off and see the world! red-bloode- x!9f? lawn to 2 sets of improvement: A new, modern 2 story, 8 romn brick reiiilem-e3 lare hiulf. .Jwcnn'Dt. . pan try. , JWUl.,,. 'UUWU.A ..a'UUill UiW'WA1.1 pike with shade, trees. A desirable and attractive home. To see it is to want it. Natural cave equipped for dairy house, barn and other outbuildings, Poul- MUJjxa of the best business .r.j.Yfnyr''r1ytfffif'tfigjgfr.ffi Monticello, one State, 1 frontage on pike. This is very productive land and will be sold for the "High Dollar." Level nnd gently rolling. Some land with fine timber. Farm watered by springs, 8 largo ponds nd 8 wells. This farm has never been on the market bef ire and is now "up and selling to the highest bidder. This is an opportunity seldom offered. The young may lay the foundation for a fortune in the purchase of this real estate. The old may leave no better estate. Better than Bonds or insurance is investment in Mother Earth. Look at the Building Lots and the fsrm before day of sale. A look means a lot or a farm. And u purchase means a profitable investment as the values of these lots and farms are bound to increase. Another 5 room brick dwelling with ball and porches, beautiful yard and large shade trees. Large stock barns, 450 bbl, crib. About 100 to 150 acres with these improvements. Will also sell a number of unimproved tracts.i each with ROMANCE d, hard-workin- g; hard-playin- g men of the U. S.' Navy. Learn to "parley-voo- " bull-fighg ts Paree. See the surf-ridin- Panama. See1 beach of Waikiki. in gay in on the Learn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt sea. Eat well free; dress well free ; sleep clean free ; and look 'em UHii Pay begins the day you join? On board ship a man is always learning. Trade schools develop skill, industry and business ability. Thirty days care-fre- e holiday each year with full pay. The food is good. First uniform outfit is furnished free. Promotion is unlimited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come try yard and large garden. town in tbe banks. churches, splendid schools, enterprising merchants and business men, hospitable and cultured people. Kemember Swinebroad "ALWAYS SECL". and every body gets a 'SQUARE DEAL." MK'mmmiet::jimm French, Chinese, Japanese, in Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians and all manner of people. Come! Be a real man of the 'world. See the world. See it with Brass Band a good time everybolt ycqme DINNER For further particulars see Mrs. Backer at the Farm, or Shove off Join the U. S. Navy. If you're between 17 and 35 go to the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know where it is ask your po3tmaster. i I Or, W. Csa S"wiri.eo:ro2LcL of LANCASTER, KY. E. MOSS, Adv. Mgr. The REAL ESTATE MAN & dt Shovejff IsWMWBnBtPffMBBfflfi1 O'll U. 8Nsc&p ii 'WW 1 isl W W W Isjm ' sssa c. COX c. VERNON, KY. MT. The Remedy for Frosty Mornings no no no no more barefoot trips to the basement more dressing in an ice cold room more big fuel bills to pay more fires to build. Simply roll out of bed and dress in your rooms made warm and cheerful by the even day and night heat of 3537 Commissioner's Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Samuel Mullins, &c, Plaintiffs, VS : Coles Original Hot Blast AND BRIGHT. BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN USES ANY FUEL fuel bill If last winters was hard to pay what will it be this year with fuel higher than ever. Now is the time to stop waste. If you want a small fuel bill this Winter, you need this remarkable heater. Act today. fuel-saving 52i w No. 113 j yjiir V -- ' Real Heater Satisfaction j Qfc$$X3&X&X b. W. BETHURUA ATTCUNEY AT LAW MT VUHNON, HY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Churcu btrcul C. C. ATTOHNKY-AT-LA- WillmntB MT.VEKNON.KV. : jpo&atixxxgDc' OFFICE.- - On2cd.floorof( Bank of Mt. Vernon, on J Church St. Special atten tion Riven collections. TNONK 8o NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Fred Mullins, &c, Defendants. By virturo of a judgment and order of sale of tho Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 191 9, thereof, in tho above styled action, the undersigned will proceed to offer for sale at tho court house door in Mt. Nernon, Ky., to the high-es- t and best bidder, at public Monday, auction, on October 2oth, I9I9, being regular County Court day tor said county,be-tweethe hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. tn , upon a credit of six months, tho following described property, A tract of laud located in Rockcastle County, Ky. on the waters of Horso Lick Creek and White Oak Branch, and bounded as follows: On tho north by the lands of Klisha Mullins' heirs; on east by tho lands of Martha and Jones Durham; on the south ly tho lands of Jones French; on tho west by the lands of T. N. Edmiston, aud containing 365 acres. Sal? to be made on a credit of six months. Purchaser will bo required 1 give bond with approved security for tho payment of tho pirchaso monoy, to have the force and effect of a juclg. bearing legal interest nient, from date of sale until paid, with a lein roterved on said land until all tho purchoso monoy is paid Bidders wilt bo prepared to com ply promptly with those terms. G. S. Gau'i'iN, Master Commissioner Rockcas'.lo Circuit Court. AN AGREEABLE SURPRISE. "About three ears ago when I us suffering from a sevoro cold Commissioner's Sale on my lungs und coughed most all the tiino night and day, I ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT tried a bottlo of Chamberlain's COURT. Cough Remedy and was surprisMatilda Jones &c, Plaintiffs, ed at tho promptness with which vs: NOTICE OF;COMMIS-SIONER'it gavo mo relief," writes Mrs. SALE. James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Bernico Lutes, &c, Defendants. Y. Many another has been surBy virtue of a judgment aud prised and pleased with prompt order of salw of tho Rockcastlo rellof afforded by this romedy. Circuit Court, rendered at tho August Term, I9I9, thereof; in Subscribe for Signal to-wit: n to-wi- 1 tho above styled action, the undersigned will proceed to offe'r for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , at the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, October 20, regular County 19I9, being Court day for said county, between tho hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in., upon a cred of six months the following described proDerty, A tract of land lyiug in Rockcastle County, k.y., on waters of Scaffold Cane Branch: Begiu ning at a fallen white oak, corner to Valentine Cook's 4oo acre survey, on a branch below the old still house place; thence N 8V E 28 poles to a buckeye corner to E Frank Sims; shenco N poles to a stone at the foot 2i of a hill, witli hickory and beech pointers; thence S 56 E I2 poles to a stone on top of the hill; thence with tho fence S 81A E 37 poles to a sumo in an old E 4,s lane; thence S G poles to a stake in an old road; thence poles to a stake S I4 E at tho fork of the branchjthence S 244 W I4 po.'es to a stake; poles to thence S 5J E beech; thence S5 w 1 poles to stone at tho end of a point; U2 W poles to thence a stone on tho west side of a drain and at the south end of a luno; thence N 43 W at 42J poles passing a large poplar corner, and in all i42 poles to tbe beginning, containing 02-loo acres. Purchaser will be required to givo bond with approved security for the payment of tho purchase monoy, to liavo tho force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest trom date of aale until paid, with a lein reserved on said land until all tho purchase money is paid Bidders will ho prepared to comply promptly with these tonus. O S. Guii'i'iN, Muster Commissioner Kockcastlo Circuit Court. 15-4- -I0 11-6- -10 eztisid tUgaJWfft-fi'ifrf.qni- jSapping f W (f etools of I F Y? H B ( MB f Taxes Going Up; Teachers Underpaid Under Stanley Democratic rule, in tho three Uio equalized vulue of all propyears erty assessed fur taxation In Kentm-k- y has In1915-191- creased tho enormous sum of $027,27:i,4S.'l.OO. During the same period, tho amount distributed by the stnto to the counties to pny tho salaries of chool teachers has only Increased the pitiful Bum of $45,7!H.!t7. 1ml '-0 Taxpayers, This Is Your Business Slanley O. It's Pay Cut In 1:118 I m The new tuv law making thin huso !n ream In taxes was passed to raise more money for general state expenses, to pay oir old ilelttH and to give more money to the public m.'IiooIh. If this law has raised enough money to pay general expenses and to help pay off pome old debtn, why has tho school fund not received a proportionate Increase for tho education of your clillilivn? a Democratic legislature passed a It uns approved by (luvernor Stauloy, March IS, 11)18. catting down the amount of Itw nnd money fur Fihool teachers' salaries from cents to IS cents, and many teachers were forced to anlt their Job altogether or to fceek positions In other Rtntes. Pierry-Go-Roun- fc L'5-3- -to to travel from one county to another seeking better pny to mwit the high cost of living. In one county In Kentucky, out of 101 tcnehers last year, only 22 returned this year. In nnothor county only soven out o 48 icturnod. In another county only 5 out of l5 retnrned. In one of tho largest nnd best counties of tho atato only ono rural teacher Las not changed location within the past the years. In the same month that Governor Slanley approved the law cutting down tho tcnehers' fcaliirloH, the state owed the teachers for back pay, Sfi-- 8,372 00. Three months later this amount had Jumped to Sl,452,S'i7.t)L On Juno :io, this year, tho state still owed tho In 11)17, the Mrsf month's salary was paid In October tencliors for back pay after three nad a half months of teaching. Tho llnal paymant was not mudo until August, 1910, eight months nfter the closo of tho session. Last year a law was passed to remedy this, but at that salaries are atlll running late. In addition to having their salaries cut, the teaihers also hac their pay bold up. Three months after (lovernor Stanley signed tin bill cutting down the teachers pay, the school year was cut from 7 months to 0 months The children were depilved of a whole month's schooling. Tills yenr, tho school year ending June BO, 1920, was kept nt 0 months Instead of being put baik to 7 moaths, thus depriving tho children of another month's schooling. Twelve months' schooling In two years In plat of 11 months. In ll' counlle In Kentucky, the salaries of Fchool teichers were more In 101U than In 1!I17, 101S and 101!). Thov nlso show that In "I counties tha hnlnrle.s were mom In 1010 than In KU7 nnd 1918. Thin has forced hundreds of tench-er- s The records show that The School Teachers' d Holding Up the Teachers' Pay 39 Cutting Down the School Year Gilbert's Extravagance The minute Kupt. Ollbert got Into office ho besnn tilling up his own ntllce, nt Frankfort, wl'h dorks and stenographers. Tie alaile.s In his department hao gone up to three times what they were under Governor Wlllsna The Democratic legislative proba committee of 1018 condemned the Ilurenu of School Inspection for giving salaries to people ivjm did nn work, but there has been practically iu change. Morrow will change It. Governor Wlllsou (Itepubllcau). Among tho books paid for by the tnxpajer nt a cost of $1(1,000, was Oio famous "Soie Toe"' book, by tliu equally fumous Dr, W. L. Holier, whose "Physiology" was ridiculed by the leading Democratic newspapers .if the state. This "Sore Toe" book tells little Johnnie how to wrp up a "puncturu" In his foot, nrnM llttlu Jetmln not oat meat mora thnn once a day, calls on dad tn shnvu oil his whisker, advises mother to wash nn gc before boiling It, and demand tho killing of all dogs and rata. com-pllb- il prlnttuz bill Is costing tho tnxpnywi three times what they paid under fiupt. Gilbert's Gilbert's "Soro Too" Book Text Book Commission Farce The Stanley Tevt Hook Commission changed most of tho books In the grades nnd would havo soaked tho parents of the children $650,000 more tor their hooks, but tho whole adoption was thrown out by tho Cou.--t of Appeals. Urged by leading Democrat all over tho state to also ttuow out the Tost Hook Commission, Govornor lJlack turned a doaf ear and by tho rime n new adoption was made the publishers were so delayed that many schools have been forced to got along with old hooks, and some of them w m't get tho now books at all for proper woik this year. S I Clean ff&s?s at Frankfort I I Elect Morrow Governor j IflHBi ! QE'7"' W$&ILM WP?B PWWWW ( m VEHNON SIGNAL, Odf.10 . 110. A Living fuel shortage and higher prices are predicted for this winter. Why rebel at the uxe raaaaxixau duce the High Cos? f S3 high cost of living: and do nothing: to lower it ? Last winter her was a reason for not buying: anything: that you could possibly get along: with :ut but now there is no reason for not buying whit you need and to keep on wasting fuel by using an old worn out stove will certainly not r ,'duce the high cost of living For heating purposes our line of Cole's Hot Blast Heaters and ivioore's Air-- 1 ight Heaters cannot be surpassed. They give as much heat as any stove and use 25 percent less fuel. The government used thousands of these in France an din the home camps. Your boy was probably warmed by one while serving Uncle Sam. For the kitchen, Majestic and Favorite Ranges stand in a class by themszlves. It you are interested in buying a Range, it will pay you to see what we have to offer. Our furniture department will gladly tell you about our stoves, even though you do not wish to buy a stove now. We have the largest stock of stoves that can be found in Kentucky We can supply your wants and guarantee satisfaction. ririT'TTTTviigTn'fwiTrrnBTTiTrwiTnYnfTnrYTfMnBmTiii i win n Wire Fence Our price while it lasts, to you only 4 ft. No. 9 top 4 ft. all No, 9 top 26 inches Log, 12 inch stay 96 inches hog, 6 inch stay 40c 45c Hay Bailing Wire 9 12x15. only $1.75e . 55c 80C BOYS Let's go to Welch's & get that new Suit Suits that conic from there always give satisfaction Dodge Brothers Motor Carv A 100 OUR FALL AND WINTER Per Cent Car and Youi Money's Worth SUITS AKB 1IKRB We can fit any and all sizes with the newest and latest models of high class tailored suits GOING HIGHER 2 3-4 Wagons GKT YOURS NOW MUSIC MUSIC They have Billiken Shoes which are made for Hoys Kvi'iy , Complete, only $125.00 8x8 complete with "Fertilizer and Grass jecder 10x7 complete with fertilizer and Grass Seeder WHEAT DRILLS $145.00 Long winter evenings are coining so why not prepare to enjoy them by having a Victrola in your home. Come to our furniture department when in 13crea and let us entertain you with our new selections. hoy wants a pair.H sctiuol iiuyT thrv arejimt ilandv for mmmmmmmat mmmammmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmMmmmgtmtimammKmm Gasoline consumption unusually low. 'lbe mileage unusually lngli. giifciMtfiii ROOFING 4 Best Galvinized. 6.25 m WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE BEREA I Kentucky's Greatest Store UKiE THE PHONE AND "SAVE 'I I IK UIKFEKENOB" KT Rockcastle Real Estate Company OF MT. VERNON, KY. AH0UND THE WORLD WITH (rnfc)'x HE AMERICAN RED CROSS. Home Service. Y i iiCfl mJ THIRD RED CROSS npHff i J. Ec I I $1&w$lJ8 ROLL CALL Novmbr2 to II, 1919 h I M,oj;uuiO!MifiK KJwM1! HAS FOR SALE FARIVT eight-roo- The Outdoor Man who needs a heavyweight union suit, is just as well taken care of by us as the indoor man who uses a light or medium weight garment. Come and see. fys Time to Re-Joi- n fru'm in tlio Mt. Vernon and Somerset road. 250 acros, 150 ncros level land, two orchards, dwelling. Lot us show this property asn bargain. Xrom Mt. 1 P A plWT A "DTUr A farm of 300 acros on Dixio Highway 2yi uiilos Vernon. A&OUND THE WORLD WITH THE AMERICAN iRED CROSS., Junior Red Cross, "i.vi T AR1VT is priced to sell. A farm of 3- acres within one mile of Mt. Ver-- 1 non priced low. A farm one M"nrc 'ices, on Crab Orchard and Somerset road. This farm lays well and A farm of I40 acres in Uiatt gection-wo- ll im llrnvpfl and In criuiA rwtwlitinti nur. nf tln VkAot . U..U1..W.. U..1. W V..U uvo bwu ,..-.- X7ADAT XXVlVi farms in Kenosha-Klose- d -- lis Union. Suits We have Krotch them here in all sizes ana fabrics in ugnt, heavy and medium weights, and the kind best suited to your requirements. Ono of tlio finest constructive activities of the Amurlcan Ited Cross In tlio war was Homo Service In tliu United States, tlio friendly comicctln:; Hnl: between tlio boldlcr fur from homo mid Ills loved ones. This brunch of tlio wor!: which under tlio ponce prnzriwi of tlio Pod Crns vlll l.o ei!inded to ull tthu need Iho iibilMunco II e:.n pr.n.tle. Is d rertcd li.v hcleut.llnilly IluiiuUl soclnl workers. Since Instituted Home Service lias nsslsted 6(X,0K) and sailors' funillles. This photograph bliows ono of tlio hummer-util- e Ilmiio Service Infoiiiinllnn bureaus where senlco men and their fuinlllea could brlus their niobium fur bolutlon. .HwmMmHHliHMHiHnHMaaiHBi ABOUND THE W0RIJ) WITH xr:.rrivi i i r iniirw ITft.tri n HHE AiUHiliUJAJN lUfili LltUOO. A tfti fj-- In Belgium. (VU Quality Since 1876 Means Master Materials, Smooth and Finished Workmanship, a guarantee of Value and Service. Mtaiy styles for your choice Lorn; or Short Sleeve Ankle or Ontord Length. Kurly In tlio participation of tlio United States In the woild war, tlio American lied Cross perceived the value of mobilizing the school children of tlio country and the Junior lted Cross was organized. Before the war ended uluo million children were enrolled and helped In the war fund and membership campaigns, In chapter production of relief supplies and manufacturing furnlturo for tho ref- B ugees whose homos and household foods wero destroyed. Children everywhere In the United States responded to the call to serv-- I co sounded by President Wilson as head of the American lied Cross. This photograph Is that of nn young Japanese member of tho Junior Ited Cross of Spokane, Wnsh., starting out on the ambitious undertaking of collecting "a mllo of pennies" for war relief. A comprehensive peace progrum Is now being worked out for tho Junior Red Cross, which U being held intact. Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify the Genuine KLOSED-KROTCand COOPERS QUAcITY Two Big Advantage which coat nothinn extra, Cut are worth much to you, ,. H the Hiatt section. Tw0 farmS 3 Urodlicwl. One of PAR1VIS 200 acres it ono miles f rom If you want a farm 400 acres. at a bargain and possession in 30 days, let us show you these, A house, big gardon, new barn, located on Richmond Str-This U a good investment u. at the pi ice for whion w 0...1 TYVY7PT T TMfl A Maiu str08t dwelling. This is ono of tho very best and most desirable )it!cc.s of poperlv in Mt. Vornou andean bo bought cheaper tluu the liuu-,- t iiIjUl could be built today. T AR1VT A ttrm of ,28 acros w'tn "00 coa' ,n'ne" This property is near Pino llill. The coal mine alone would pay for the whole farm in a littlo more than a yjar running as it is now. C'TVTD'p A store bcated 3 yi miles from Berea on Kontuckv Central. There is u good dwell-inhouse heat' d with natural gas, out buildings and a good sulphur well in the yard. All of this sells together. The stock of goods can hi bought at invoico if purchaser wants samo. Thi present owner has tuado enough nut or this (lis health has' storo to buy six hundred acres oi tine land broken down and ho is going to sell this business. Wo could sell 3.s acres of bottom land with this proyerty, should tho purchtser want it. Let us show you this ptoperty. Some ono will got a bargain. E'evon of tho best building T T5TTTT !5Ull-'UllNLAJ 1 O iots , Mt, Vornon-chea- por now than ever again. FARM" A thirty aero farm on Dix River at Brodhead- - TIfTCp nt LWDbL.llNU Or HTMr rTQ Wo have other propery for sale that is not listed horo. Tr THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS BIG AUCTON"SALE DAY, OCT. 23 IIunger( dlcuso and exposure were not all that Belgian children were subjected to, for enemy shells constantly droppd Into what llttlo of their country tlio Invader did not hold. In this picture Itcd Cross nurses ero seen taking borne of the fifty babies from the American Ited Cross nursery at f structure 1a I'uuue Into s, the Germans opened tiro from the sea. bomb-proo- The Rockcastle KDAL ESTATE Company MT. VERNON, KY. u