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We do not intend to say much about politics in our letter as the editor has certain rules to go by and we wish to be submissive at all times, but the election is just two weeks off und we aro getting very mnch interested in our side of the political matter and we just can't keep from raying; Hurrah for J. D. Black. Mrs. J. L. Reynolds and daughter, Mrs. Win. Graves, of Corbin, are visiting relatives near Quail. Rev. Baker tilled his regular appointment at the Ghristjan church E. Satutday and Hellard, of Ml. Verndu. is doing e $mv cvnun COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1919 FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE Volume xxxiii ROCKCASTLE ml 4 established; 1887 NUMBER LIVINGSTON NEWS Mr. John Shoarer, of Purls, has returned homo ultor a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McGuire Miss Marie Hatnbo, and brother, Willie who are attending school at Stanford, were with homefolks Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Niceley wore In Lon don between train. Monday. Mrs. John Cockrull is visiting her paeents in Paris this week. Mrs N. Vankoolc and daughter, of Brudhudd, were hero Tuesday between trains. Born, to the wife of K C. Herd, a line boy on r the 19th. There was a box at the school house Satur-lasup-Ijey County School Fair Mt.' Vernon has had no day that was more prophetic of bigger and bettor things for Rockcastle county than was Satur-- d ty October 18. Wo had expected the attendance to be good; the display to be interesting and the spirit to be cooperative, but ovr expectations were surpassed iu each of these. The exact numbor present is not known, but many schools were represented. Early in the morning the schools began to come in. As tney drove thru tin's town with their banners Hying, some carpenter- - work.-kerweek. Jljlrs. EariKico auachild Ringing their school songs and ren, of Jiichmud, are visiting giving their school yells, the her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. spjrit of the occasion became conAmyx. Uncle Allen Mounce is tagious. The old fellows along very puny at this writing- .- A B. the sidewalks became yourg in night and $73.00 wus realized. Hummel has moved his family to spirit. It is estimated that two Proceeds to go for the improve Ohio and will make his future thousand people were on the uient of the .streets. Born, to home in that state. He was Cash- school grounds when the parade the wifu of James Poynter, Sun-da- ier of the First btate Bank here. started. More than a thousand ment that Rockcastle presents a fine girl. We understand Claud McPherson, of Mt. Vernon were in the parade. No county can have a good school In the wreck of noble lives, there is a movement started to has been chosen in his steid. Tho exhibits wore very good fair that does not have efficient, Something immortal still sur- -' put electric lights in Livingston. C H. Rice has started his saw indeed. The agricultural exhibit cooperative teachers. The Counvives. Longfellow. We can't .say how soon wo will mill and is cutting lots of was said by many to be the best ty School Fair will be held next IT'S UP TO YOU ! get them but we sadly need thetu inOj-- i county.. ever e f rsr J. ettiriP Tenn was he r.q.Su.nday, yitftinff If otT Til io k yo!rJalreq,tenr 011 ., . ... .. .. Ka.d that t5 xr&s as gcod a$ toher. id ttum a, few days visit with Vie'r relatives and went on to Mt. Ver Same are, anything, in the same entries, Below is a list of subscribers to daughter, Mrs. Kdd Quiuu, at lion for a few days visit. Dave If you think you dare not, you that they saw at the State Fair. the Agricultural and School Fair Winchester. Little Carrie Mink, Parker and family, of Winchesdon't. The rural exhibits indicates a held last Saturday: daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ter, are visitors in our town this If you'd like to win and think rapid development of farm pro- Brodhead f 50.00 Mink has been quite sick, but is week. F. M. you can't, Ponder is moving ducts in the county. The quality Business Mens' Club, one same better at this writing. It's almost a cinch that you his family to his farm near John- of these farm "products was very Duroc Pig value 30.00 Mrs Matilda Woodall was called won't. etta. -- Mrs. Edd Qulun, of complimentary to the work of Council National Defence to Uavennaa lew days ago on If you think you will lose you're is- visiting hor parents, Mr. R. F. Spence in this county. For Guessing: Contest 10.00 account of tho illness of some of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse here. lost, These products came from sec- Council National Defence Iter relatives. Tho funeral of C. A. Blanford went to Parks-villFor out of the worlds we find tions where he has dono much Oash 20.00 Success begins with a fellows' ,; Rev. Richard Moberly was Wednesday on business and work. Many of the farmers pres- Mt. Vernon Graded High ' preached Sunday at the grave- to see relatives. will; ent were very generous in their School Faculty I5.00 yard, on Gauley, by Rev. Clouse. It's all in the state of mind. praise of Mr. Spence's untiring C. C. Davis lo.do Mrs. Jane Owens, of Pine Hill, If you think you are outclassed, efforts to help our farmers to get C. D. Sutton A 5.00 urm nrah vibi tiiifj relatives hero this more for their yotii, and to find H.T. Young week, Last Sunday night an ?V9 YtJfc've got' to thing high .to rise. "" greater pleasure in it. Bryant Bros. Garage s.5o You've to be sure of yourself beoiHcer was sent trom Mt. Vernon Mrs. Higgms and Mrs. Smith, Tho spirit bf competition for Peoples Bank 5.oo here to arrest Ernest Woods who fore of Crab Orchard, visited the fam the prizes offered was lino. Iu Mrs. Cleo W. Brown 2.00 You can ever win a prize. Sunday, had drank to much Bug ily 01 A. L. Ballou Sunday. Thoy the guessing contest on tho num- M. J. Miller 5.00 Life's battles don't always go Juico or Devil's Dishwater, being relatives of the late Forest ber of grains of wheat and beans W. G. McBee 5.00 To the stronger or faster man; (whiskey) and become very noisy. Smith, of Stanford, who died of in a bottle, the Council of J. Fish & Son 4.00 But sooner or later the man who We understand ho was lined $lo France. W. A. offered ten dollarf in prizes. F. L. Durham - Mrs. pneumonia in 3.00 and twenty days in jail.-wins Ballou sold his farm known as The first, of rive dollars, went io W. A. McKenzie Coo T. J. Singleton and children Is the man who thinks ho can. the S. H. Martin farm to a Mrs. Othor Hamlin, of Mt. Vernon; Dr. M. Pennington 5.00 Walter D. Wintle. h.tve returned from a few days Hcnsley for $4500.00. Mr. Bal the second, of three dollars, to A Friend 2.00 visit with relatives in East Bern lou purchased a farm in Pulaski Ellen Parsons, of Green Hill; the Robt. Cox 2.50 studt. Mr. and Mrs W. B. Mann county ten miles from Somerset Nobiltyy consists in virtue. third of two dollars, to Eula Mc- - E. B. Cox 2.50 ing are spending a few days with Mrs Hensley is a Don Quixote. sister to Hurgue, of Pine , Hill. There U. G. Baker 5.00 relatives in Lebanon Juuctiou. Fmley Hensley, ot Spiro. Her were twenty-si- x hundred and C. C. Williams 2.50 Mr. aim Mrs. W. b.. Gray were husband was a victim of flu. So thirty grains in the bottle. The Bank of Mt Vernon 5.00 on Suudiy's train enroute to much rain is causing corn to registered Duroc Pig,, given away L. W. Bethurum 5.00 London. Mrs. John Mullins, of mold and fodder to decay, also by the Business Mens' Club, of R. White 2.00 Barca, was here between trains putting farmers back in sewing Mt. Vernoa, went to May Sow-de- W. H. Brown 2.00 enroute home from Mt. JVemon whoat. Mr. Campbell Houtt is of Ottawa. She drew the S. T. Proctor 2.00 "George," said a Florida man Mrs. BettiePike and daughter, very sick. Dr. .Gene Brown, of lucky number, twenty-six- . The J. S. Bowman l.oo not long ago to an old negro in Alma, were with homefolks Sun- Stanford, being called in' consul-tatio- n only competitors among the C C. Cox 2.50 his employ, ''I understand that day. Mrs. C. L. Black and with Dr. Carter, of graded schools were Langdon W. M. Poynter 5 00 you intend to give your son an children, have returned from and pronounced him a very Memorial and Mt. Vernon. The E. S. Albright 5 00 education." visLondon whore she has boen sick man. Miss M- - E. Houk, of first and second grades of Mt. W. J. Sparks 5.00 iting relatives tor tho past werk. Lebanon Junction, is at the bed "Dat's my Intention, sub," reVernon won the five dollar prize. J. F. Griffin 2.00 sponded George. "I know myR. L. Warren has sold his side of her father, also John The fourth and fifth of Langdou W. R Gott 2 00 self what 'tis to struggle along property on High Street to James Houk, a R. R. omployee at Penix, Memorial won the live dollar T. J. Niceley . 2.00 without learnin,' an' I has deterJoins. Price not learned. Dr. Ky. Logan McCall and wife, of prize. The five dollar prize for Joe McKenzih 2.00 mined my son ain't goiu' to have W. T. Aniyx was in London Mon. Stanford, Mrs. Alice Albright the fifth and sixth grades was As soon as all bills and prem- no sich troublo as Lse had." day as there was a Republican and little son, Mack, und Miss also won by Langdon Memorial. iums are paid a financial staterally thore. Dock went up to Lena McCall, of Brod head, spent "Is your son learning rapidly?" The five dollar prizo for tho sev- ment will be published. The hear the Republican doctrine the week-en''He shore is, suh, Las' week with Mrs. Lucy enth and eighth grades was won treasurer requests us to state expounded und meet the dear McCull and Mrs. Grace Wilmott, by he done wrote a lettah to bis Mt. Vernon. that all premiums won will be people. Tlie company store here The school at this place taught Tho competition betweon rural paid by check in the near future aunt what lives more'n twenty has opened it's doors to tho pub. by Miss Lela Miilliua, is being schools for first place was very and this list will be published in miles from yere, an' afta while lie and from what we understand well attended and getting along interesting. he's goin' to write to his aunt dat Some very fine work Signal. is having great success. That's nicely, Sherman Owens moved bout fifty miles from yere." tho idea, Give us rnoro stores his fumily to Corbin where ho "Why doesn't ho write to that 'Tis not tho many oaths that cud with lower prices. It bus has u position with the L. & N. 4untnow?" smilingly asked his make the truth, always been said that one ex- Allan Lewis and David Curter, But the plain single vow that is employer. treme follows another and now it his nephew, of Oklahoma, were "Ho kain't writo so fur yit, vowed true. Shakespeare. has been venfied for here we guosts of Mrs, McCall Monday. -suh, He kin write twenty miles hud a long dry spell and now it Misses Ruth Hood and Margaret Instead of disposing of the fiffust rate, 'but I told him not to seems to rain every day. Work Thompson visited Miss Ruby teen million baud grouados, which try fiftr miles 'til ho gots strong 9.000 DISCIPLES TAKE on tho grade is almost at a stand Sowards Sunday. woro "ready for tho Amorican er wif his pen." Jacksonville IN HOUR. troops in Europe when the still owing to so much rain for Times-Unio- n. NOTICE. Cincinnati, Oct i9. Nine thou the last week. Mrs. J. Haggiu was signed, the Savings After November first, the Sig- Divisions of tho United sand members of the organizaaro visiting relaund cliildron, States THE ARMY'S EFFICIKNCR. nal will not carry any advertise- Treasury Department tives at Lebanon Junction. conceived tion participated in tho annual Friend How's your boy get. Mrs. Wru. Brady, of Lebanon ments for less than ten (10) cents tho idea of changing them into communion service of the interJuuctiou, is visiting her aunt, per inch. We are not carrying souvenir savings-bank- s to be national Convention of Disciples ting on in tho army, Mr. John Mrs. Andy Kincor. Mrs. David anything but local advertising distributed to tho schoolchildren of Christ which was observed son? I feel Johnson Wonderful Smith was in Cor bin latter part now for five( 5 ). Wo send similar of tho country. Tho object, of here today. advertising matter to papers in course, is to The sorvice was carried out a, great sense 01 security. An of last week visiting relatives. further the sale of Mrs, J. L. Hughes, of Corbln, is adjoining counties and none of Thrift and War Savings Stamps. without vorbal order, simultan- army that can make my boy got eously, iu exactly one ihour, and up early, work hard all day and visiting her sister, Mrs. E. C. thain handle it for less than was followed by an offorlng for go to bed early can do anything Some of this week. James Jones fifteen (I5) cents. Herd, It is right to bo contented aged ministers. American Boy. is repairing his property on them charge twenty (20;. Every with what wh have; never with Visiting preachers filled alt High Street this week. J. N thing that wo use in putting out what wo ure.- Mackintosh. pulpits of Cincinnati, Covington TOO SENSITIVE FOR SCIENCE (Jlark has returned from Louis a paper, costs us moro today und Newport churches Tho teacher of the class In ville where he went on business than it ever cost before Every Capital and labor havo not hysiology put to Tommy this a few days ago. J. B. Doually, thing that wo buy from our costs us moro than succeeded In getting together on question: who has been taking his vacathe dominant Issues, owlue un- A little uoueseuso uow and then "How many ribs havo you ?" tion, has returned to his post. tho sumo articlo cost in the past. The five ( 5 ) rato bolongs to the dnubtedly to the fact labor Is is relished by the best of men "I don't know ma'am," said He visited Cincinnati, Lexington, past. Ask E. S. Albright whoth-e- r beciining entirely too exclusive Holmes, Tommy, squirming at the very Georgetown and Knoxville. paper can advertise for five to havo anything to do with any thought. "I I am so awful tickVictor Price und Fred Mullins, rents and stay in the business or thing that works. LexingYon Elimination of typesetting, one lish I never could count 'em." two of our merchants hero woro not. Herald. of the costliest operations of Youth's Companion. d THE NATURAL AUNT. magazines production, by the use of plates made by photographing "Niece: 'Percy has bought the original typewritten copy, this donkey for baby.' drilling for this has bean accomplished in the Ochad been done in "Aunt: 'How like dear Percy.' f contest. Tho first prize went to tober 18 issue of the Literary DiSaturday Journal. the Cove school, taught by Miss gest, consisting of eighty pages. CLEAR. Winnie Falin. Tho second prize This radical innovation, which went to Flat Rock school, taught was brought about by tho print ', Short: 'I say, old man, can by Miss Tabitha Hiatt. Honor ers' strike in this city, leads the you lend mo a fiver?' able mention should be made of publishers to suggest that "it is "Longley: 'Impossible? I've the Pine Hill school, taught by possible in this ago of marvels tried to lend you money several Mrs. Maltio Mullins. "This school that the whole future of magazine timos, but you always 'seem to made a very attractive appear- production may be revolutionized look upon it as a gilt.' ' ' ance and showed careful prepara by the elimination of typesetMention ting." tion lor the occasion.' of the magazine The make-ushould be made of the fine coopWHAT IT HAS COME TO. shown by the Brod-hea- d is in no way changed, the only erative spirit "She : 'When you married They contributed differences being that the, style school. of the type is that used on type- me, you didn't marry a cook.' much to the success of the School "He : 'Quite so, my dear; Fair. A County School Fair is a writers and is uniform in all the you needn't rub It In,' ' Lon big proposition. Each school reading matter throughout the but don Opinion. right-hanside The that cooperates not only proves number. itself loyal and worthy of confi- of each column is irregular as in HE HAD TO THINK. dence, but proves that it has ordinary typewritten copy; Each The lawyer was cross-exami- n teachers who are worthy of our page is in effect a photographic boys and girls; who have a right copy of the original article as ing a witness to a robbery. 'When did the robbery take to share in every forward move- written on the typewriter. BR OD H EAD NEWS 000 -- seeJiin.-Rockcas- tlc, jrear-onJh- first-Saturda- y - Win-Cheste- r, - e MARETBURG If Mi$kit - De-fon- ce 000 in-la- SMIL-e- S r, Brod-hea- d d -- FftKft GRftPHS 000 COM-MUNIO- N M"Klfce"nton kaow.wbM 1 think, I ipj.93 weti a t says ane can't stay away itooi leave the stand. 1 can't talk Brodhead ery long at a time. without thinking. I'm not a Misses Butrice Sholton, Sue and lawyer." The Outlook. PearJ Hicks were in (Stanford Sunday. Mrs. P. L- Durham and son Austin Sparks, and WilBOTH PARTIES IN lis McKenzie, of Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. J. F. Watson and daughter, Clyde, to CHILDREN'S DRIVE Miss Sunday motored Mr. Nicholas-vdl- e to visit and Mrs. Jihn Robins and daughter, Miss Plan U lullrf.Firft IftiM Ftr Mildred. Jerry Lunce shot and killed an eagle near town, Saturday, which measured live foot. ly Cantittti The School Fair hold at the Scfiopl.buldJng Tuacda, Oct. 16 was a great success. The crowd AIUSINESS PROPOSITION was not as large as should have been on account of rain. But tho There are a number of thin oa exhibits wero flue.- - Jim Wallin which the Republican and tbe Demo has purchased a houso and lot in cratic parties 01 Kentucky disagree, but there la one thing for which botb the Henry addition trom Mrs. T. are working during tbe turmoil Just B. Farris. David Carter, who at , ueiore election lime. lived here, but who reIt Is for the campaign to raise $:00, one time 000 te build the new "village of cot' sides in Oklahoma now, Is here tagea" on a truck of land ten mllei on a visit. Mrs. Sallie Roberts, from Louisville, in which to care for the destitute children of Keatacky. of Gum Sululmr. is with her School children ail over the Btate are neice, Miss Sallie Brooks, who contributing their savings for the new has typhoid. C H. Frith is suf borne. Miss "Anything thut our own kiddles' art fering with rheumatism. for, U not to be? overlooked by ekber Susie Hicks loft 'Wednesday for party, declared one prominent candl un extendeu visit with Detroit dale ot the state as he closed a atiiiup relatives. Dan Gray was up speech. That la one reuson vby I Lebanon Junction aguin am pushing for a drive, and that ti from why our oppouenta are doing the same. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rob But that Is not all tbe reason. "The new Children's Uonie Is a thing erts, of Gum Sulphur, are spendthat is needed for our own public wel- ing the week with Mrs. Robert's fare. Tbe present location is congest- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bray, ed, and the surroundings are a detriMr. and Mrs. Hubert. ment to tho moral und physical wel- at Wabd fare of hocueleH. and helpless children Barnes, of Boo Lick, were in town of our state. They desert good care shopping Friday. Mr. and Mrs. under good surrounding!), out on a wholesome farm where they can work Fred Sowder, of Richmond, vis and play under favorably condition! ited relativos hero first of week. ud become good citizens. Littlo Inez Robins is visiting Business With Charity. her aunt, Mrs. W. P. Rigsby. "It is a business proposition to put Josh Wilson visited rela them wheie the older children can Mrs. work and Irsru scientific farming and tives at Bee Lick from Saturday dairying, and make tlie Institution until Monday. A largo crowd utitl, at the Name time, defrom here attended tho School velop theuiaM bo that they caa b adopted Into home wheiu they cau be- Fair at Mt. Vernon Saturday come useful to the family uud to the and says it surpassed any former community, "And It Is a business proposition to fair of its kind ever held in Rock every cltUen In eery county. The castle. The games wero good, Kentucky Children's Home Society aud the exhibits could not b; takes the destitute children from this beaten Hiiywlieie. Brodhead won Try county and cares for them, where otherwise they would be kept several blues. A. M. Hiat' was at the county ioorhoukcf where they in Louisville latter part of last would be uu expvuht to the county, la tbe Brut plate, und a menace to ui weok on account of the death of after they grow up as pauperXNinder an uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Grant such sordid condition. Thut was th Baker have rented tho farm way conditions were tweoty-fhyears ago before the Kentucky Children's known as the Wallin homestead, &Klty was founded. There may tx on' Copper Creek und will move 'charity In a tnlng like this and It li to sumo in the near future. Kov charity In the csjm of the school children who arc giving their savings for L. N. Bowling visited Mr. and Uut caue, but for you cltlseus, for Mrs. Jolm Robins in Nicholas- myself, and for my political opponents. ville Sunday. J. T. Lawrouee It la a pure case of dury and sound sold a cow to W. M. Robins for business." u'nlil MohcfavT av. m Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown and little daughter, Evon, left Wednesday night for Detroit. Wo regret to lose them. Miss Salhe Brooks Is very sick with typhoid fever. Dwight Bowman, Willie H. Davis and .Ramie Rich- ards were callers in our town Sunday. Rev. Childress filled his appointment at the Baptist church Satuaday and Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Carter took her little daughters, Mary and Margie, to London and had their adenoids taken out. They are getting along nicely. Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Dillingham and little daughter, Bonnie, of Quail, were guests of Dr and Mrs. W. E McWilliama Sunday. Tom Francisco has place?" he asked. been dangerously ill for several "I think- - " began the witness. days, but is better now. -- Mrs. "Wo don't care what you think L. Pilkenton, of Highland sir. We want to know what you J. Park, was with her daughter, know " IiThenJ4!XiudQnllLjeajitJta Mrs. Roy Sowder from Saturday w a. a - -- e ! 000 ! 000 to-da- y, 000 000 In some ways, however, the political UuatUw la detrisseatat 1 tne Jrlv, accenting to George L. Hchon, soperln-tsadtjof tbe Ksatocky Children's Itone (Society. la Ike turmell of the eaupalgn sua 7 pveenloeot men of the state who otherwise wuld be devoting their whole )me to the Cklkeo's Home Drive are busy In psrty work. The drive, which will take plate from October 'il to 81, U right on tbe eve ( the election, wheu the citizens of th state are keyed up to other Interest. "It will be for the cblUTrep and th Individual cltltens te go forward It through," Mr. Hchou said. Md "It bas the Indorsement of the (Jo erne r aud other prominent offlclaU of tbe stste. Ministers of sll denotnlru tloox are devoting a sermon to the Interest at th csuse that affects us alt It will go through successfully, but 4 ff vUl n4 w toartloa.' TO THE YOUNG MEN WHO READ THE SICNAL. When we bought the Signal, we agreed to carry out, to com pletion, all contracts for advertising. Soma of these contracts are for cigarette advertising. Af ter these coutructs are complet ed, the Sigual will not carry ad vertisetnouts of clgaretts. This is among tbe host payiug adver tising that we get, but the best interests of our young manhood ate worth woro than uoney, ;" te tw -- rt t W MT. VBi.nun NlttNAL, O.Ot m. ttlO ,..,-.-,.w; tBM a i SIGNAL i'iiuii. - iu iw.o.uui.,1 c ',ov, The Amu il Meeting of tho To do this, a belter lumic imIop the sun" as far n he 'nt0nnl Vox funic b Assooiu must be provided. Uockcasib al It concern d Wo in t on will be lu Id t I'lab Or for $t.oo. Kve' county is o iptln sninlhing Hut chard Spring iVivein'ior loth. me with a little of the "Milk ol m CP Itisloct .1 i S()imJ fio or six liuiulrcd of lie 111 111:111 Kindness" in his liean ptnaie a ilt and the U. is best known f'ox Hunters in tlio I'KIDAV Oct nnluV 19 ig will want to liel) in tins si iv li . ii lit we g t r id 111 m fxpertc'. United Stat Do for I hesc 01 plums w I n work ry b d lo know iv.ut n ( by Publishtd every Friday you would like to hae anotln New Shi . ii it 11 Mail Met d, I ' ill litis ml i nps lot 11 II.' 7 rOLNG RniiLon 1'al mil F00 t mo Kuii it ev. do for your child should I s at lish m ba is for all f el at 1 s ' SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR $ I On 'hcoiiiu nn orhp.ui an hue to ap parents of lie child peal to the tfvrrlising rates inane known en who is not an nrphni. " tv--s S!aUtfufeJgSa application uU l.(ICAIi !. J ill hr I iH fmt&JM ,.- -, hm miniif Tnrrrllr - - - M mmmu -- ' - ii I ' - - j- - 'j 1IT, VK II N)F)N these. 1 1 t.e I lfmfel rWtm r JLra -'. MKM1IKK op KBNTUCXV l'UI'.SS ASSOCIATION xSS nil Muck brought to the Stock Tens oil Mond i s I . 1 radical Children Csy lor Fletcher's imm m ' '"! Srt L r2 U( .'V i.Li f ii B 1 te&x&t nnr-- j . H- ' ' sir ;, t Ts Iiiuiv ?f - 'f j U. .fl'.'JSl!hllf.R?l!Ll!!!lH:l' ' . j ii I v IMW , 4 E f Jb ' s . ,1TMa U Piti The sold our li. J. A Ilupkin faun will at auction on Tuesdiy, aie a voter, d he OcU for--- t il-f- el '"hi :i"C.y2.jy ..!., Wir. . ot wn hmihk,, ' 's-f- u m. i i n 5ft i i iv aj - Alt' Zt If you tli- not MJ' ; W.-Rfl;?,:"V- .Urjn fci'. itw, li'rlP, nm-r ;j ' ' ii' .Mr i i'., h . Pi t vimm Tinrr mi B.I - AlimktS .imsaii x wh i Till? I'ATHhRLKSS, MOTHER UiSS IIOMKLhSS. Tun puop'o (if Kontucicy, who kindness in tlidr hearts to he interested in tho l!iuii"Uis orphan cliild, are being nskul to jrivu 300 000 to build a home, on si farm outside of the Citv of Louisville, for our unfortunate orplian children. This now be on the "Cottage Homo" pi, m. Tlio children who will liud a homo hero ate those who hive no claim on :i Ir.Ueruul lioiue.iud cannot ,'et in a church home. Kvory county in the .state has had to bend child! on to The (Jlnidieii'.s Home Society. The home in Louisville Jinn hecu in a congested condition for some years. Many children die of conUgious diseases, becaus? tliey hau-enough AN AM'IvM.FKOM Prolii'iiti mi Amendment. It is on a Mporate Inllot. Lnla Maker, dminhtor of Miltie Biker, died in Mt. Vernon Saturday night .it seven thirty. The Uockoislle Ke.il Estate-Coiuny calltd dT the sale of the J. A. Hopkins larni on Wednesday bcomseof the rain storm. This farm will ho .sold on October n wi amm The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and lias ueeu laadc under his per- sonal supervision since its Infancy. vcor?VJ AUow. n0 one t0 deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. CJjCttttth, Just-as-goo- Hfl1? mw&wwr ' if fy ; Pi LOOK at thoscd shtulders. that chest the waist, the lapels, the leeves. Comes in almost any material, pattern or oolor, that you'll ask for. Isn't that just about the Mk&m'toi; v i., i. JJSJO.', :MZMKtt Jm SSth. Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Keckcastlo County. Salary .'jo cr month Addre-South Meridian St., Indiana .12 polis, Indiiua. Ladies Suits and coats that suit your pocketbook at Fish's. S 1 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, .Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen In constant use fcrthe relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea: allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A .sm '.'Kemn sw Iffill a hi GENUINE CASTO fBears the Signature of II' rv IT I mm ALWAYS E13EE335" Vat mmw Miss May iVynn aud Wade s oii-reo.it- .. tt.-HT- kvr-.In-..-rt- i' ger peiccnt of orpliuu children uiorntiig at seven thirty. than she lias had at any one time. Kentucky, as a Christian ComHart Sehafiner,& Marx Suits monwealth, must tako care of for joungmen and boys at Fish's At' ' innueiim tin- - Kbb tJut'dett, son of Allen Bur- Kentucky withubig deinieleft dedd, of Wildie, died Sunday 1UV T rr m it- prt-iwT- rr eirornrEthTOisfrrt "" T. """" '"" Skidmore, both of this county, weio married here last Friday. kind of n suit you want? I.tt us show jinitlif Cullojjhn uliichuni Htoii unci oilier Collegian inl'.'lit lit-otn bitter. Suits anil novelties and plain iiuhIl-Ii- , for wo.ii- - anioni; uortli-uhile mrrr.n n"'1 " n' "- - -- - Ih Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought I You outiht to liave CoIIeUi.ui ou cau afford tliem ulUi clothes. tiiey keep ou looking your best. J2PW WlitfflPJL Sutton &.... McBee NOTICK. Those who ore interested m fencing the Pine Hill Cemetery are requested to semi the amount thov want to subscribe to V. M. Huisul, Treasurer, Building This Committee is composed of thu rolkjwing: Albeit Griflin. .loh n W Hilton, Win. and W. A. Cromer, Hansel W M. McHargue. Coin-miltee. THB CINTAUH COMPANV r, EHHaE2?7 nt um,Mwmm hw VOHK CITV. mmmmmmmmmM :1l t . ' ' ' -- ieCiJ45T;. i -- J ?- - - " ,". 'I 'ii' nri ii f i' awiwi trtorilf''TaT"aaF:F'1''-- ' la BfawRARianrtoJiAcco warehouse cuiyi Hli iA ' SlteffisiPftT S ,R AtNin'-tY- V- - K HITCfiisj; I.V.IM.lliNll.l ),T w GARRARD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Is prepared to handle your Tobacco j I Quicker, Easier, fromGrowertoBuyer than any warehouse in Central Kentucky. DONT GUESS IT OFF HELD FOR SALE 222S1EE5SS2 AT LANCASTER, KY. WH CONSTIPATION The I ojiinniny of nlraost every is constipatiou.tif serious you want to enjoy ynod health keep our bow els regular. This is best accomplished by proper diet and exorcise, but sometimes a medicine is needed and when Hint is tho case you will find Chamberlajn's Tablets are excel, lent. They are mild and gentlo ,... .....1 .lnnonnl .. 111 .!.:.. iiuiiiJii, cany ui iiii'ir to take. Give them a trial. They only cost a quarter. di-ca- -c SALE 10 AM r FARM aeetitaetiiiMciiiafgMaistMtiiit ts8:5t:Tt!!!,',,t!:!Ts::i:::ii:!'t:,:tt::t:s ' li ZzSS e ! t::::r::!,,:it:jt,,,t::tttt:jj a Thursday, October 28th - OR SHINE tn If you are interested in one of the Best Farms in Rockcastle be on hand: V Rockcastle Real Estate Company "??' 74 ! tmmkmm J INDIGESTION, MT. The Mt. Vernon nigh School CONSTIPATION. Basket Ball Team and tho d Chamberlain's Tublots have reHigh School team went to stored to health and happiness hundreds who were uflicted with Columbia today to piv the High indigestion, biliousness and con- School teams of that placo. Iioth M i Vernon, Kv, Oct. 2, 1919 stipation. If you are troubled in teams made the trip bj automothis wav glvu them a trial. You bile, and will bo gone two days. are up"No. 7" wnnWft 7fj 'want loOommunl- - (. JJ Duroc Jersey sig. This prize will certain to be pleased for they For Salb: Gulna Pigs beautif7 benefit you. was given by the Business Mens' ana with S1QNXL fully marked, at 50 cents per Club. Maj. Jackson Morris, of pair. Hon. D. 0. Edwards, of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerron Bernard Franklin, Mt. Vernon. Ky. re leaving for Alva, Florida, to London, and Hon, Caleb Powers, ' spend the winter. They have of Washington, spoke to a good ImA Tfiki Mlnn Atimv nil fn spent several winters in Florida sized crowd at the Court House 8ntisficd, , B. Mckenzik, near on account 01 Mrs. Mcrerrons luusuuy. the depot. touiaviuc 4 N(HVIUX R. R. C. health. 1O.l7.tf. For freht groceries, candies, Phone No. 50. Judge R. G. Williams wrote tho fruits and meats go to J. B. Mc TIME TABLE. B.' H. Parson, Wildie, Ky., tf. Auctioneer. Will sell anything, 5,45 p m Business Mens' Club a letter KbnxiE's, near the depot. commending the work being anywhere. Call mo by phone or I north 8:35 am Miss Lula Baker, daughter of write mo. !3 south pm done on the street. As a token 12:35 12:45 a m of his sincerity, ho enclosed his Milty Baker, died Saturday nt !l South Rhmbmhkr: You can get any personal check for ten dollars. tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry thing you want in the Spectacle Agent. Jas. Landrum, J. W. Brown. R. H. Miller and Tredway of this place. She had line. The most fashionablo sty Phone No. 8. S. C. Franklin attended Grand been m declining neaitu tor a lus 01 ramus uuu jensus. xuur Lodge of Masons at Louisville year or more and bedfast for eyes tested at Franklin's where Dtcred at the Mt Vernon, Kj. Poito'Bo mull matter. i si this week. Mr. Brown repre about a month. Her remains watches and clocks are repaired tf at Mt. Vpmon. Kv. sented tho R. A. Chapter, Mr. were laid to rest at the Lovell PEHN01SAL cemetery near Burr, Junday Miller the Lodge and Mr. FrankROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT afternoon. lin the Council. October term, October 7, i9io. Misses Fan and Bess Sparks On motion, the name of Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bius and Household goods, furniture, are in Louisville. Preston Bius, of Taswell, Tenn., etc-- , at auction. Saturday, Octo F. Bradbury was placed before Mrs. Iuu Miller is visiting Miss and Dennis McCamfck, of Green- - ber 25th. At residence, Corner the court for the position of Superintendent of Roads for Rockcastle, Ind., composed a motor Williams Georgia Miliar. and Poplar party en route to Tennessee yes Hale to begin at 10 n. m. Streets. castle County, with engineering Terms duties attached, for the years Roscoe Ballard is visiting in terday. On account of heevy made known on day of sale. i92o and ig21, and his nominaJackson county. rains tboy left their cur here JAMES MARET. tion being jregularly seconded, and continued by rail. Judge L W. Bethu rum was in and the court being advised, orCincinnati baturdav. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Remember, You get Flash- ders that said Chas. F. Bradbury REMEDY. bo and he is hereby appointed! Bert Buker is spending a few lights und batteries, and your flashlight case repaired also. superintended of Roads of Rockdays with his family. This remedy is intended ef. castle County, with engineering Get flashlight bulbs at Franklin's Un-lJuck Burk has returned the L. & L. Watch Inspector. pecially for coughs, colds, croup duties attacked, and it is ordered from Hqrlan County. Mt. Vernon. Ky. tf and whooping cough. From a that a copy of this appointment Will Burk is hero from CincinPhone us and we will deliver small beginning its sale and use be sent to the Commissioner of you Iresb meats at any time has extended to all parts 01 the Public Roads at Frankfort, Ken- nati for a few days visit., McKBNziB's'Restaurant. tJnfieaf STaTesana"fo manytor- - tacky; .Miss Susie Thompson is spend-Tttti'Very (tosuauW adiolame enough to convince one that it is judge Rockcastle County Court ug a. tew tiys to Louisville,. lots on Adams Street, abundance a medicine of more than ordinary A true copy attest: Luther Mullins is in Richmond of watfr during dry season, sanimerit. Give it a trial and you S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. with his father, R. B. Mullins. tary concrete spring house, all will find this to be the case. 2t outbuildings. Size Dr. and Mrs Gravely of Brod necessary one 125x209, one 9oz2io. Apply head, were in town Saturday. Old False Teeth Wanted W. B Smvky, We rr to (30 par ml (or them In aar Chris Mullins was homo from Mt. Vernon, Ky. eoodllloa. Broken parti Id proportion. We alio bur old erowni. brk)reork, broken Lancaster Sunday a few hours. The Ladies Coats add Suits fcwelrrandoldtlrferolatlkliuU. Mall It te a tout moner aent br return mall. Karl Cox has gone to Cincinnati you see at Fish's are the seasons Brackney Refining Co. to tuke a course in embalming. newest things end theyarepriced LouUrllla. Ky. P.O. Boat S70 Mr. Cecil Brown, of Lancaster, so you can bup them. wus in town Sunday and Monday. Julian Miller spent Sunday THE with his mather, Mrs. J. W. Rider. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Prof F. O. Clark was over "A' . ANNOUNCES fiom Bcrea Wednesday on busiExtension of Through Train Service to ness. FLA. Mr. and Mrs. John Fields are Effective November 2nd. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton SIGNAL VERNON' Mr, and Mrs. tred Asher. who have been at tho Rockcastle Hotel loft Tuesday for Southern Oregon to live. Miss May Sowder, daughter of Charlie Sowder, of Ottawa, held tho lucky number which won the frin Ml VKKNUN SIGNAL, OCT. 24 taUUMM 4fi- - ii. IfchMfuhi MaiMMfc."- aVat m i "m Biod-hea- (H living" isn't so high if you buy good ones. We Pine-vlll- e, pHE "clothes-cost-of-- - A a ,r 1'NjI ' i s -- I 1 have them. Hart Schaffner 8c Marx stylmake them; ish clothes that save. all-woo- wi 'f l, Mcand-ciim- Copyright lyJj.HirtScJuffntrMrt The home of Hart SchafTer ic Marx clothes r e 1 1 '. Sr. - Efectricztoht Gives YouLight. Gives You Power. Protects You From Fire. Milks the Cow, Turns the Separator, Churns the Milk, DELCO 80.000 IN USE -- v. amf-Pow- er For Farms, Country Homes, TOwns ..t'. Pays Bop DELCO DELCO DELCO DELCO 1 DELCO Washes and Irons Dothea DELCO Shells Corn. DELCO Pumps Water Itslf li ALL YOU DO It costs you less to operate than the Is Simply Press a Button Mt. BRYANT BROS. oil lamps It is worth more to you than a hired man. Vernon, Ky. 'ty JACKSONVILLE. in Akron, Ohio. Luther Mullins is improving and says ho will be ready for tho read noxt week. Miss Kelly has returned to Lebanon after a visit to Mr. and Mrs Dund ridge Lyon. John Albright and Wilburn Miller came home from Berea to attend the School Fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wood, of Wildio, spent' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Johnson. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie children, are 'visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Davis at Mystic. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hayes, of DeBorgia, Montana are with relatives here and in the county. Mrs. James Rickols and twb little daughters, are visiting relatives iu Cincinnati and Hamilton. B. T. Young and family, of tho Hiatt section, visited Mt. Vernon relatives Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John W. Mullins of Berea was with her mother Mrs. T. B. Lair near town during tho week. Mrs. Cleo Brown and Mrs. E. S Albright, and daughters, uorc-th- y and Lucille, are in Louisville today. Mrs. D. U. Southard "The SOUTHLAND" will extend from Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Sleeper leaving Mt. Vernon 12:33 noon will run through to Jacksonville arriving 12:01 next day. Coach and Dining Car service. Connecting sleepers on same train to St. Petersburg and Tampa, Fla. aNjnK A matt bat pal is his smoke LH'' LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD For reservations or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. All Baking Cares When CALUMET rnmes in. all bakincr materials, for biscuits cakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. Shoulders Had You Thought and ready to meet any emergency, you should start a bank account. And, heep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion by starting an account with us today. No matter how small. Our motto is, "Appreciation, considera Long words, but every tion and coustesy". individual knows what they mean. keep yourself satisfied wel!-heal- ed leave. You co neht ahead and mix up bak-in- troubles take quick tr Sim ijakijajajajajaB iii - To BAKING POWDER lithe most popular because It fixitrlve most vtrjtn rrsuus. u nas inc uia cwtf Afmand because it is the molt u piitdablt. The tact that It 11 the big. dmi iir moves tmt ic ta me Dest. A trial will convince you that there Is none jusiaigooa.nuyacanii you are not eatunea lute u Dace ana get your money oaca. Calumet contain! only auch inure. clients as nave been approved officially Dy me u. a. rooa Authorities. T.a si, t vVta t It? It. CALUMET r - K 4. $Z. A -- Ches. Field . NOTHING like smoke following up a good show Chesterfield. TSHVtaTaU. HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS The Bank of Mt. Vernon. T J. NICELEY, Pres. GEO. S. No ordinary cigarette, this. Mellow as an old friend, but rich with flavor the kind that goes right to the spot. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier s. GRIFFIN, Vice-Pre- V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier has to Stanford after a short visit to her daughtor, Mrs. W. G. ed McBco. David Carter, son of tho late Leo Carter, was hero during the week from Oklahoma visiting relatives A. H. Hamlin will leave in a day or two for Medina, Ohio to take charge of a large oil producing field in that section. P. L. Durham wont to Louis- turkeys. Will pay the highest cash price for them- We want your geese and . F" .'' Our own buyers in the Orient select for us 'the choicest Turkish leaf. We blend with this several varieties of specially selected Domestic tobacco. This blending by a secret method brings out new qualities of flavor that other and less expert methods fail to find. That's what wo mean by "satisfy" an entirely new kind of smoking enjoyment that you get in Chesterfields only nowhere else; for the blend is a closely guarded secret. It can't be copied. (fej'xVZJ&l4fo(, Syl ville Tuesday morning to attend Grand Lodge. Mr. Durham represents Ashland Lodge, 640. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Durham and son, Austin, and W. A. McKenzie drove to Nlcholasvllle Sunday In Mr. Durham's now Oakland. Robert Harry Miller wont to Jtffersonvilie to get another army truck for Rockcastle County. He returned with Saturday. Monday night. the truck Miss Bess Poynter has returned from a throe weoks visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Miueban, at Newport News, Va. Her father, D C. Poynter, met her at Also take Poultry, Eggs, Ride, Furs and Feathers W.R. GOTT & COMPANY rk esa mi !gn; s V- - ip if is m A UfeA1 St? ,o.VK '"MT' i2(TfOri20C and the blend ,... " xmmJiM. ,Hm-- m . 7v:v. w j. -- can't be copied 1- MT VDltiNUN SIGNAL, OOT. 24, 119. s V O Let us use. as possible?' hdp pay your fuel Air-Tig- ht bills this winter. Why not prepare to use as-litt- le We can do it by saving you 25 per cent of the coal which you usually On account of strikes coal will be scarce arid prices high. Welch's can save your heating problems if you will only let him. Heaters and Coles' Hot Blast Heaters will save at least 25 per cent of your fueL They are made Our line of Morris coal- to burn all of the An ordinary stove does not burn the gas in coal. Coke, wood or slack can be burned with satisfaction. s T O 1. E S 2 10x7 half your time is spent in fixing food. Each year you use your range in cooking over a thousand meals. Surelyyou should have the best equipment possible for your work. Do you know TheGREAT MA JESTIC or FAVORITE RANGE will make your work easier and more pleasant. Baking will be a pleasure with one of these stoves. Every day you use your old stove or range, you are paying for a new one but you are not getting it. LADIES MEN & BOYS When in Berea he sure and come in to see our LADIES V TlTI mmWammmmwmkmWkmmmkmmm s Wagons LIKELY TO GO HICJIIEK 3-4 GKT YOURS NOW Dodge Brothers Motor Car The owner's apprcciatinn grows - FURNITURE We have by. Complete, only $1 25.00 as the time goes 8x8 complete with Fertilizer and Grass Seeder Seeder WHEAT DRILLS $135.00 complete with fertilizer and Grass $145.00 ROOFING per syuare Suits and Overcoats We can please you and We save you money. are always glad to see "yo'iToven tlio yo u do not" wih to huv anything1. 'SPtntJ- Ki I3Ii!im 4CCTCyyw V. just received a supply of Bed Room Suits, Dining Room Suits and Hoosier Cabinets. Wo also have a splendid stock of Rugs, 4 4ibUJ VICTROLAS PIANO PLAYERS "Make" your oveningsinore enfoyafilo and .JUDAIC. J 90 lb. Slate Colored, Kest Galvanized, J3.00 tytiaviiig gSott" 6.25 n. C Hay Bailing Wire 9 Complete Stock i only , $1.75c Shoes, Hats, etc. Gasoline consumption unusually low. gigl "rFf----T The mileage unusually high. Visit our Furniture Department aud have us demonstrate to you our music makers, Make our store your headquarters when in Berea, Ml WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE I iiHBHBHHaBHKiHnnainnmHnaHaBBHaBaaiHaBHnBi ft- - J. t5Jtli.t'Ji-A- . JT Kentucky's- Greatest Store USE THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIFFERENCE" -- KY Great Combination OP ABOUT kB & -- r , - J ft vm $& I Roosvelt Memorial Meeting The Last Meeting of The Roosevelt Mem- orial Campaign Will be Held on MS st&Ewik 'VflHHVM'A At mmmfmLIL Hi In scientifically sealed package of 20 cigarettes or tanpackagea(300cigarettes) In a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the glassine-paper-covar- (bm ft fl MV 18 cents mm tV a package COL. ROOSEVELT'S BIRTHDAY SO HEAD Good Doroc Camels are sold every-wher- e easily the CAMELS the most likable cigarette, you Simply compare ever smoked. You can prove that with any cigarette in the world at Camels any price Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test are in a class by themselves 1 Mnnriav IMnhpr J puff-by-pu-ff 1 UUIUUUI Ml , n Jerseys We, The Undersigned, will on 1:30 p. m. 1 home or office supply or whtn'you travel. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Wimton-Salem- , N. C - Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how liberally you smoke them ! The expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-miltime you light one you get new and keener enjoyment I Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they ore enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I d, d. AT COURT HOUSE SPEAKING Saturday, Oct. 25th ) AT 1:30 p.m. HON.C. C. WILLIAMS will be the Orator of the Occasion AT EAST END STOCK YARDS oll'er to the highest and host bidder without reserve about 50 head of nice Duroc gilts, most of which were farrowed iu the Spring. And about 10 head of extra good boara, two of which are yearlings and will weigh from 250 to 300 pounds. These hoga are of the famous Prince of Colonel, Defender, Cherry Chief and Superba strains, which means that no better blood can bo had. And some individuals will be offered iu this sale that would be a credit to any county, MUSIC THE MT. VERNON BAND will furnish the music. REPORTS Dry Cleaning and '. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, etc. Dyeing L.Huber&Son & Jewelers Opticians Reports will be read from the Schools of the County. Every one is urged to come. The Memorial is to be an Expression of the American People A rare chance to procure a of the sale. good Duroc your own price at A handsome Duroc will be given away at the conclusion Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS "1 mm LOUISVILLE, KY. C17 FOURTH AVE. Jj& ir"-- x " Watches Diamonds Jewelerjr Silverware Finn Watch Repairing: Wm . I Pat C. I. Dealhne . Wallet 0. L. W. BETHURUM, Chairman, Col. Jese Cobb, Auctioneer Known all over America St.6-13- t At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. New U Thtlr N.w Location RICHMOND.KY. Pi W N 1