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VERNON, FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE etifcra R(jt6TLE, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31 1919 BAPTISTS establishfd; X 8;8 7 j VOLUME XXXIII NUMBER 7 nnd brnzenry Yes, it is true, tragically true, that the devotee of the dance is "more at easo" in company, and especially In the company of men. Miss Rissie Oliver and sister, The truth is, and for bettor or Gladys, ofBerea, have rotumed worse It should bo told, the aver ngo dance Is nothing less than home after a few dajs visit with, downright vulgar. Tho positions Mr.. N. H. Oliver. Miss Letha assumed in tho ballrobm should Summors is visiting relatives in not bo assumed even by a hus Bond this week. Mrs. John band and who in public. It is a Cockrell has returned from Paris fact, that should a man walk into after a few days visit in that a room nnd seo n man in the samo city. T. C. Welch and Emmett position with his wifo that is tak Hansel wero called to Louisville en in the ballroom hfs first and Tuesday on account of the death perhaps natural impulse would be of somo of their relatives. Judgo to kill him. But someone will Summors, who has been quito say, whatever the indecencies of sick for some timo, is slowly imthe dance they are perpetrated in proving. W. M. Langford is in public. This is on a par with moving into his property on .deploring thoit and glorifying Main street that he purchased highway robbery. Murder is some time ago. J. S. Calloway, murder, whether committed in who has been in very poor public or private, and indecency health for some lime is in Mt. is indecency, whether in a ball Vernon under the caro of Dr. Moore. He was in Livingston room or brothel. Monday and looks much better. By common consent, the sexual Dr. M. Pennington, of Mt. Versin is tne besetting sin ot our non, was here Saturday between day. It will also he admitted by of the ballroom. BR ODH EAD NEWS Rockcastle Leads K 'What Fools We Mortals Be" comos tho boldness "Won unanimously teJI our frionds" was a mossage from Jolin Robins to his brother, Walter, Tuesday of last week from Louisvillo. ed Jjnr k y TO COMPLETE M. C. A. Mr. nndv Mrs. Frank Sutton nnd child ron, of Lexington, have rotumed homo after a woeks visit Mrs. with relatives Mr. FIRST- - COUNTY flenry Anderson were at ad Murot-bur- g Uundav to sec Mr. Camp-bo-ll Houk, who is very sicK. Jim Wallin movrd to the property which he purchased from Mrs. I. B. Farris. Mrs. Jadt Rogers and Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN C. C. Davis. Chairman of the Y. Drive was advised daughters, Uortha and Bculah, of Crab Orchard, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Lawrence Saturday and Sunday. The Brodhead High School Basket Ball team was defeated at Columbia Saturday evening by the Columbia Uall team. The samo teams will play on homo grounds next Sat urday afternoon. Master Guy Franuisco has been very sick for a few days. Littlo Misses Mary and Margie Cartor entertained a i u tibnui fo fTrie r ms vo n in birthday. Mrs. Grace Wilmott and children, of Maretburg.were guests of her sistors, Mesdames J J. Albright, Jamos Frith and Miss Lena McCall from Sunday until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs luck Lunce hr vo the sympathy of all in the loss of their baby girl, born Saturday, October 25th.- - -Mrs Strange und daughter, Miss Lina, and son, William, wero in Livingston.Saturduy and Sunday, U guests of Prof, and Mrs Jones. Mrs. Etta Brown, who has a lucrativo position in Louisville, rpent first of the weolc with friends' hurot 'Albttt Jarrett who has been in the U. S. Navy, has received an honor-abldischarge and after spend ing several da s with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jarrett here, has accepted a position in Corbin. Miss Elnora Frith has tonsilitis. A. E Albright bought the black smith shop and lot from I. W. Owens, price $300. Mr. Albright anticipates erecting a modern concrete business house on this lot in the spring. Mrs. Mary Johnson was over from Greensboro Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Ellon Mise Rissio Smith, who Brooks. is attending Langdon Memorial s at Mt. Vernon, was with Hiatt from Friday until at Sunday. J. J. Hiatt, known to his many friends as "Ross" died at tho home of his daughter, Mrs. Virginia Cook, near Shelby-vill- a Tnesday of last week of He was born and paralysis. reared in Rockcastle and lived hero the greater part of his life. Some fifteen year ago he moved to Louisvihe where he lived unti tie time of his death. Two years ago, while visiting relatives hero, he was stricken with paralysis and never again regained his spoech. His widow, who was Miss Nannie McClary, of Stan, foid, eight children, and one brother, Allen Hiatt, of Quail, this county, survive. Tho fun eral took pluco in Cave Hill Cein. Thursday. Jim Kelly etery bought a live year old toara of mules, wagon and harness from Wickliff Haggard for $200. Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Mullins, of Crab Orchard, was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mack Barnes first of the week. Ezra Todd, of Woodstock, who has been sick for some lime is very low and his recovery is vory doubtful. "The Froziu Trail" will be by homo talent at Graded school building in the near future and promises to be one of tlio very best plays over shown in Brodhead. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawrence are with 1 Natives and friends at Bee Lick for a ten days visit. Nathan Brummitt traded his farm near tho old fair grounds to Frank Bowling for his Louse aui lot in Henry Addition. that Rockcastle county was the thst in the district to reach its quota. Later, be was advised that his was the first cumpaign in the state to bo completed. This is ery complimentary to Mr. Davis' efficient leadership. the county. It is also very complimentary to The following is a list of the C. C. Cox donors to the Y. M. C. A. work G. S Griffin Mrs. Cleo W. Brown in our county. Geo. Durham Mrs. Mary Williams Mt. Vernon. Langdon School Prof. Lyou J. A.eLandrum C C. Davis Fred Krueger S. F. Bowman Dr. A G. Lovell Ab Sparks Victor C. Tate F. L. Durham 24 00 10.00 10.00 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS ' 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 .o5 225.50 $ 5.oo 0 Mr. Barnum used to say that a certain kind of person known for his lack of wisdom wns born tev"erv minnto. Thl mnv nr mnv Indications Point To Certain fliot be true, but wo are prepared Victory In 75 Million to produco conclusive testimony Drive. that all of this Mass are not yet dead. So just hold your breath and possess your in patience Situation There. Outlined while wo proceed to unfold a "tale whoso lightest word will harrow up" the average soul, re Rev. J. R. Black, Publicity Di gardless of ago or ability. Yet rector, Describes Progress we shrink from the task for fear our best friends will not believo In the Blue Grass State us. Indeed, were wo not in posTo Date. session of irrefutable proof we would not not dare stand spen- REV. J. R. BLACK sor for the truth of tho story. "Pity 'tis, 'tis true", but nevertheless it is true that George town College lost more than ono student this year because the school would not permit dancing. Tho students whose pirents would not permit them to attend the college on this account wero strenger still to say, youug ladies. Think of it. a Baptist mother forbidding her daughter attending everyone acquainted trains Sheriff Langford and with the a Baptist college because for- Neal Parrett, of Mt. Vernon were tacts tnat the modern dance is hero between trains .Sunday. sooth that college forbids dancing! ' natnrnll v inlnt,.,i m Ben Hellard has been employod This would seem to be the final tl 0 imvor pa,sS,Qns ij n,l PUT CAMPAIGN FIRST LIVINGSTON NEWS ,wi tjn r afternoon 1 LIVINGSTON. B. H. Hellard looo John W. Clark 5.00 J. B. Donnally 5.00 C. C. ycPherson 5.00 C. L. Black 500 G. D. Cook 500 F. E. Mullins 5.00 V. C. Price 5.00 Prof. John A.Jones 5 5.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 l.oo W.G. McBee E R. Gentry l.oo l.oo $28.00 Judge L. V. Bethurum J. Fish & Son Dr. Lee Chesnut c sutton 9$; .s. l. W, o kodc. & a. a. jox T. J. Nicely C. C. Williams 5.00 5 00 5:no 5.00 A. M. 00 Dr. 0,00 BRODHEAD. Hiatt o $ 1600 5.00 5,oo WF.-CartejrJfo- Arthur L. Coooer Floyd E. Miller E. S. Albright H. T. Young Dr. M. Pennington Logan Bryant M. J. Miller Both families moved 37 5.oo C. H. Frith 5.00 R. A. Albright 501' Josh Wilson 500 F. F. Robbins 5.oo Prof. E. A. Strange 5.oo W. O. Yadon 5.oo R. H. Hamin 5.oo Chas. Hurt 5.00 5.00 5.00 2 00 1 00 i?bo $ 5o.oo this week. home-folk- and Miss Lillian Montgomery, Lancaster, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith Sunday. A. M. Hiatt was in Leung She Sunday. Work has begun on ton garage and ware house. S. T. Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, is the contractor. Mrs. Walter Smith, of Winchester, visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Owens hero last week. J. M. Ro berts and W. H. Andorson attended Grand Lodge last week. Mr. and Mrs. Unas. Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brown near Quail Sunday.- - Jim Kcglcy sold team of mules bought from Wickliff Haggard to Logan Sowder. Givens Carsons writes ftoin Montana that he likes that country floe tf it wasn't so cold, savs it has snowed every day ho has beeu there "Old Cbier (W. A. Tyreo) and family will leave soon for Jacksonville, Fla , to spend the wmtor. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baker, of Copper Creek, visited her parents, Rev. and Mrs L. N. Bowling during the week. F.F. Bobbins sold to Ligo Wilson 4 heifers for $195 00. M. N. Rob-bis and wife, of Crab Orchard, wore guests of his brother, F. F. Robbins this week. J. K. How ard is spending a few days with bis daughter, Mrs. F.F. Robbins. n of;il vJ JT Jtl W E LL pro-sonto- d The American Red Cross join All you need Is o Mrs. James Arnold and Mrs. Charlie Bethurum spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. John Kirby. Mrs. Mace Sowder and daugh- tor, of Harlan, are with friends and relatives near hero. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Wallen and Mr. and Mrs. Rayme Shepherd and children, and Mrs. Clara Carmical and sons, Raleigh Benson nnd Hughie spont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Levisay. Mrs. Mart Cromer spont Sunday with Mrs . Alfred Barnes. Miss Laura Payne, who has boon sick for several weeks is still in very poor health Misses Lina Hall, Anna and Ruby Soward, of spent Sunday with Miss Sula Wallen. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel Norton, of near Brod head, spent Saturday' and Suuday with relatives at this placo. Lloyd Lovlsay nnd family, of near this pluce, loft Wednesday for Illinois where they will muke their future home. Mr. und Mrs. Levisay are excellent people and we regret vory much to lose them, but hope they will be satisfied with their new homo. Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Barnes spont Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nicely. Mrs. W. M. Arnold spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Cromer, at Mt. Vernon. Died. October 24th, Mr. Jake Payne, after an lllnoss of only a few days. Mr, Payne leaves six orphan children to mourn his death. His wife died three years ago. The remains were laid to rest in the Freedom burying ground, Em-erick Mar-otbur- g, - The corn crop thruout this county is badly damaged by the long spell of rainy weather, but grass is growing like spring-time, store as manager. We think this Wo understand It, be denied that fully is a good choice. Rev. Webb, of ot a denominational school to pre- of the number of fallen women vent opportunities to be embraced attribute their run to the devilish Mt Vernon, is conducting a and not young ladies. We sup- dance. Should not this fact alone series of meetings at the Baptist pose if these foolish mothers, cause mothers to entreat their church here. J. P. E. Drummond, of Kuoxvillo, is hero for and in comparison tho "foolish daughters not to dance? The virgins" wore tbe embodiment afow days. Mr. C. H. Rice. ideu of a Christian school toleratBy REV. J. R. BLACK Mesdames Sarah Hall and Wm. ot wisdom, were asked a reason Kentucky Publicity Director ing dancing is too preposterous Owens visited Mr. and Mrs. for their silly and sinful position, Geo. to recoivo serious attoution, yet Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Ben The organization at Southern Bap- they would promptly say they tists for the raising ot 75 million dot' desired their daughters to dance sad to say, this has too often been Griffin Friday and Saturday. a fact in tho past. Indefinitely Several from this place attended lars for all phases of work fostered by this people has now been pushed out that thoy might bo graceful. In- better, that every denomination the speaking at Mt. Vernon the is the usual al school bo until all of the 18 Southern states have asmuch as this at once and forever 24th to hear Senator Beckham followed the suggested organization. apology fontheindecorous dance, blotted qut of existence than that Kentucky is not behind tn the number it may be well to consider tho they bepermitted to promote speak. All claim he made a fine for In the 7C district associations there worth of speoch. Miss Lyda Cook has re this argument. daucing. are now 70' assoclatlbnal organizers, turned from Cincinnati after a e As one possessing ample aBsociationai. puDiicnyjiJfy. ana eu Only, recently, the Baptist pas W." M'.'U.'orgahlzels. It f?tnb purpose of the' ballroom; though tors conference of one of our few days' stay Lih'lllah city. ?ii to have one of each of these In each we are ashamed to confess it, we Mrs. Leo Reynolds and Mrs. Southern cities', in which is lo W. M. Moore have returned from association and then In the local do not hesitate to say that thero church tliero will be an organizer In cated ono of our leading denomi- a short visit near Quail. WorK addition to the pastor, who Is tho di- has never been a man or woman, national schools, addressed an inon the grade up tho river is rector, a W. M. U. organizer and three boy or girl made graceful by quiry to tho school concerning its progressing vory slowly owing boosters, who will do tho publicity dancing. There is not a motion attitude on daucing. That there work. The organization has also ex- known to the modern dance that was just cause for this inquiry to so much wet weather. A tended until practically all of the 1,850 little child of Mr. and Mrs. W. Daptlst churches In Kentucky have is in any wise calculated to give thero can be no doubt. Sad to N. Riggs has beeu quite sick, but these officers in charge and every ef- added grace to anyone. And say, it is usually some women fort Is now being made to bring Information and prepare for tho great drive right hero we challenge auy ad connected with the school who is is better at present. Clarence Howard has purchased a farm which will be made In one week's vocate of tho deadly dance speci primarily responsible for this near Maretburg and will mo vo time, the date of which is Novembor t fically to point out its power to 30th to December 7th. abominable state of affairs. The thero in a few days. Wm. BulThe state organization I.i In charge mauo one graceful. To tho conof Ilov. 0. E. Ilryan, Corresponding night of this iniquity is far spent lock, of Mt. Vernon, was here a Secretnry of Missions Louisville, Ky., trary, the dance hall spells dennd the day is at hand. And this few dajs ago and informed us Col- struction Prof. John L. Hill, of Georgetown to gracefulness. It is lege, State Organizer and Director, reminds us that practically all that K. L. Bray, himself and two Georgetown, Ky., and Ilov. J. It. Dlack, comparatively easy to detect in daucing is dono in the night time. others were in an auto wreck but Publicity Director, Louts ille. Ky. the carriage the adept in tho And Why? Thero is nothing miraculously escaped without in At tho general office in Louisville In their walk thoy tho most encouraging nows is being ballroom. continually received. The people all unconsciously reveal tho plebeian tamer or deader than a daylight jury. VI high cost of living is dance. "Our slippery feet are gottting a black eye hore in Liv over tho state are so enthusiastic about the campaign that from every swing, which is the very ojposito safer in the dark " To really ingston now. Flour can bo pur responses are now coming and of a graceful carriage. Tho un-- . quarter the'inodern danco one needs chased for 1.35 por sack; coffee some churches cannot wait for the and the unctiltur-drlvo to bo made b t are now pledging tutored Indian just enough of liquor to deaded 25 cents per pound and meat for and giving more than was asked of ed Negro are characterized by the conscience und an artificial 25 cents per pound. You don't them. The last messago received was this swinging walk. As a matter from Poplar Grove church In Graves light, and none too much of this. ueod a ten foot pole now, things county, which was asked for $5,000, of fact, we have striven for thirty and after a sermon by tho pastor years to outgrow a disgraceful It might bo of interest to these uro comiug our way. Wo underpledges were mado and the amount sponsors ot tho ballroom stand that tho old porker which was moro than raited. This has boon carriage contracted in tho ball, maternal to know where somo of the young lias been as high as a cat's back dono in many other places. room. These selfsame' mothers Tho Information that is coming to men who dunce with their daugh- - has taken another tumble nud is tho Baptists Is probably one ot the would likely urge in defence of greatest benefits that Is being derived their daughters' dancing that it ters sPend tho rnr,idkr of the about to get in reach again and A pastor in a from tho campaign. after jumping over tho niKht af,or 'caving the ballroom, steak, mountainous association who had been mado them "more at easo iu tho Wo heartily congratulate Pies- moon, is about to get down now preaching for over thirty yeais and company of young gentlemen."! a position had always maintained lueDi Auains on uiu suiuu ne nus so wo cau have at least a bowl of against tho support of tho ministry, Alas, the greater the pity, this is and who did not bellevo in missions, true,t and tho reason is nil ton taken on. this question nnd can vegetable soup. Tho writer was . stated at the meeting of the district in Mt. Vernon Saturday evening Maidenly modesty, in assure mm mat every asosciation which he attended that he obvious. had learned moio In this meeting ol or less .degree, mustde- - ,nS Blll)list ' tho state heartily but arriving thero on No. 22 uud posltion.-Wes- tern what God intended ho should do to part it getting dark wo did not even before tho performances of approves his send tho gospel to the other sldo, as got a glimpse of the city. We . "ccrder. well as to his neighbor, than In all his the ballroom. The unduo famili-life before. A layman who had noer Published by request of J. W. were met there by G. S. rj Griffin given to missions or much for any urity of the sexes in the danco object of the church, said ho wanted to hall takes from the muld her shy Hilton, Chairman Executive und traveled over the now pike glvo $200 a year for tho flvo years ot Baptist Asso- - to his'home. We will say what the campaign. A railroad man upon ness. Hor shrinking manner too Board, Rockcastle n pitv that Rockcastle county hearing tho call gavo at once a fifty often depaits, and iu its stead ciation. hasn't more roads lute this one. dolIar,Vlctory bond and said this was not to bo counted as his part when the All who wish to know what a drive was made. From these to a good road is should take a trip great gift of $30,000 ry Mr. George E. Has of Louisville tho IUptlst people pi from Mt. Vernon to Ronfrn Creek are being reached and are enthusiastic to have a part In tho groat undertak- M M over this piece of roan and you Novem- forget ing. will understand then. We fully 4 is The one day In October that will be r intended to meet the Editor while emphasized aboro all other days Is the r fourth Sunday, October 20th, which Is ou tuts trip out as we c&uio the day set asldo and known as the -back on No. 2I we wore denied day for "Calling Out the Called." Ken tucky expects to have at least 300 this privilege. It will not be long Please notify overyono you seo that it is his or young peoplo to dedicate their lives until winter will be hero, then for special religious work on this day her duty to renew their membership in this Ministers, pastors, Sunday school workwo will liuvo moro time. Tho ers, pastors' assistants, and I). Y. P. U great organization for tills is tho crucial hour election will be over nnd Gov. workers will hear the call for these Ulack will again be elected and for all these organizations of love and mercy difforent lines ot servlco on this day. One of the most hopeful signs that all tho world will move on iu every where. for tho betterment of humanity tho Baptists have Is the fact that the Day lK.'aco ond brotherly lovo. Southern Baptist Theological Semiand t.ight will follow each other Our drive will bo mado on Election Day by nary had on October 1st tho largest just the same. Seasons will coma opening ot any In the pant tlireo years tho yonng ladies of our town and county. It and go us thoy have alwuys dono. The W. M. U. Training School at Lou Wont you help? just takes tho heart undjtho Isvlllu had 123 young ladles enrolled for special training. Everywhere the Bo sure that you got your Clms C. Davis, Chairman. campaign has gotten first placo In the ballot. There is a ballot thinking of the Baptists, und at tbit for each voter. This is tho real tlmo Kentucky Baptists are going for ward to do a little of what they hart in un's opportunity to register his tcea waiting man yeiri '3 do. 3X3K2XT TXIZ5.X interest iu humanity. three-fourtd Ilfllf ' 'mi ftmiM'lUlJli.1!.. It is tho dutv KM immmmmmmm r.. kuoa-ledg- ,en-o- y J - ,,.,., lLs TvON'T that . ber Znd to Htn is RED CROSS ROLL CALL . r Pro-liibitl- HKKIXItIXE Mfi'i VI'I'aikn iiBKai., oot.ai, Liu. , - ,,-- . 'A.t'vv ' .." A il iniinVfrtf i '. -- Vl 4fe& f W&5N Tj Give the world tke once over LISTEN, to be 40, HB tetft f 'ROUND pgranSE SB THE WORLD WITH AWffiMCAN RED CROSS. Recreation in Hospitals. gjjT 1 .wl 1fT!iffiFfflffWfch A SrTTTTttTr CT jflf H Al p 1 m ,Ji j9f DI i3l lit fl fy H I fellows, to some a man when he gets talk. Many late. lots of money, and a fine family but He never "got out and After he saw things". gets settled down, it's too Every man want3 to see ething. misses somHe may have The Navy coea alt over the sails the Sevin Seas squints nt the six continents that's its business. You stand to see more odd sights, wonderful scenery and strange people than you ever dreamed of. You'll work hard while you work. You'll play hard while you play. You'll earn ond learn ", You'll get, In addition to straight vacan tion which is more than the world "shore-leavey . BMrtasaiBMBHa l 1 Ml jJllBmi' riilir ffBflKi Jggg f jft .' Rod Cross conducts Its recrcntlonnl work In liospltnls tlirouKli trained mon und women, Introducing n muttltiulo of recreations suited In tli.- hniwllrniis nf thn men. Tli incoinlnim IllZ lcV of a hospital ward shows In opei.ulon n moUng picture projecting machine, do eloped by n Ited Cross recreational director, which throws the pictures on the wall so that tu men do uot hae to stir from their cots. The American - iWHiliiip mmMMWMmS ffHmflf 'fM'llllllllllllllllllllllllU)IEI?y ft HjEP .,mF R V UIIIIIII!llllllllllllll!llllll!Ksn 'I iiiiiiinflMHpV .,iiiiiillllllllliiiiiii"lllim'M""miIIL'ii. "', CoprrlcMtllt '' I I i the world. No man likes to stand still all his life. is when you're young and lively right NOW I Right NOW your Uncle Sam is calling, "Shove offl" He wants men for his Navy. He's inviting you' It's the biggest chance you'll ever Get to give the world the once overt The best time to TRAVEL count on. You can join for two years. When you uet through you'll be physically and mentally "tuned up" for the rest of your life. You'll be ready through and through for SUCCESS. There's n Recruiting Station right near you. If you don't know where it is, your Postmaster will be glad to tell you. average bank president can CHINESE GIRL STUDENTS HAVE ICE CREAM AT MEETING A fWSSWBSS?. KlvrvHII aTHWxjdBBJK mr Op i PP1U,U hP "gfr U jfsgHHiffir .ill y jiyMHlll Iff iiillllll""" itlllllP J!tmW illllll H'1 '" TQblCOQ C. smokegame with a jimmy hankering for a hand out for what ails your smokeappetitet For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfreo from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun , that ever was scheduled in your direction! l ' W Miillll ,I l'' I!IIP Illllll""" the PLAY if you're flBBslilllH Shove off ! Join the -ii MX J JTiJiiMMnrn- - t BPBBbI9SIb9hBV lBBBMBBS-- flHWiMiimBBhr' Wf sSgjy- 3K .sMg!mJk WKHSBBSwKm ilWIUBllilllffHiff mnmm rolled Into a cigarette it Prince Albert is a pippin of a band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any beat3 the man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to once you get that Prince figure up the sport you've slipped-oAlbert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesy3teml You'll talk kind worda every time you get on the firing line! pipe-pa- l; n i J Toppy rtd bnc tMy rJ tint, handtorn thatmttpt Im pound and half pout J tin huml L r- A IlMg3ffi. ipongi monltnir fo? fofracco in tuci pmrfmtt condition, R, J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. G. Advertise in Signal r- - ov affifcMIPBBJBBBJIa8PKS WHAT A LEADING REPUBLICAN OF BARBOURVILLE SAYS OF " IJifiTyBJMWWBBiiNliiaWW ' ?l GOV. JAMES D. BLACK V 1 Taxpayers of Kentucky You Want 1 Anderson to: IF One of the Chinese girls who has taken an active part In the Students' Patriotic Association dishing up lee cream at a Y. W. C. A. student conference. At these meetings women students from all parts of China come together to dl6euss problems affecting them and the future of China. ''Black's home uecKer, or iJaroourvixxe, uovernor dames v. ,u town, and who says ' 'that he is registered as a Re- - "" M. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Reduce the State debt, Give the school children a square deal, Protect the school book buyers, Raise the teachers' salaries, Get action in the Harkness case, Get rid of special attorneys in the Bingham case, Stop the leaks in the public treasury, Rescue the asylums and penitentiaries from partisan politics, Root out the Rotators, End waste and extravagance, Clean house at Frankfort, AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE AMERICAN CROSS. liM publican and votes the Republican ticket when the nominee is of such standing and character as to merit the confidence of those who stand for the "best in our state, ' ' says that he intends to vote for Governor Black ' 'because from "boyhood he has known him to be a In Roumania. A Qfe sss Soon after the entrance of the successes United States In the war of the Central Towers In Iloumatiln had reduced that country to a must truKlc condition and In the summer of 1017, the Amuilcan Ited Croab despatched Its (ir.st Roumanian relief contingent. Two hopltuls were ut on co taken otcr nml operated liy the Ited Cross, a canteen fur the stars Inc refugees established and food and clothing oer a large urea. Transportation was one of the toughest prohleiiib with whldi the Ited Cross w others It) P.ounmnlu had to deal. Here Is seen an oxcart used by the Ited Cross to cauj Its relief supplies up into the mountains. te conscientious, industrious, Christian '' man, worthy of any confidence bestowed upon him, and further says THE UNITED STATES HAILKOA) ADMINISTKAT10X ANNOUNCES Then SCEDULK CHANGES AS FOLLOWS that ' 'Governor Black is a teacher of our organized Bible Class in the Sunday Scool of our First Methodist Episcopal Church, of which I am Superintendent. He is a member in good standing of this church and a member of the State Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church and helps to direct and assist in the educational interests of this church throughout the State of Kentucky, and has been interested especially in the education of the young men and women of our mountain section, who, . EFFECTIVE NOV. 2 Vote For Morrow and the Train 23 for KnoNville, Atliuit'i siiiil Jacksonville will leave Mt. Veruon tit 12:33 noon instead of 12:21. Train 22 for Louisville, will leave Mt, Veruon nt C:"t8 p. m, instead of 5:31. LOUISVILLE - like hi'mself when he was young, had who have been limited advantages as com- Straight Republican Ticket Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 4 pared to those NAbHVlLLG KA1LH0A1) For detailed information apply to local ticket agent. favored with some of the advantages which good roads and good schools aff oid. Governor Black was at one time, for a period of two years, the honored preident of Union College and did a great work along the lines indicated and whatever kf may be weak-kneed said of him, he has never been or a hypocrite in any sense. '' Ml "IP" accused of havingbeen GARRARD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AT LANCASTER, KY. ALL UP TO THE SCHOONM'AMS Kentucky Teachers Are Most Sell YOUR Tobacco y Important Factor In $300,000 Drive GILBERT URGES ACTION (bat of iro-tre- ss iwr-oiiu- ka Ken-tU(K- Best Eqipped, Best Lighted, Best Arranged Warehouse in Central Kentucky. "The country scliool-tnu'afaithful, I'jitlcitrliig bulwark sunt Millglitriimcnt In lliu on whom the niucss of 8 $:!00,(XHJ ilrhe to build a now Clilldien'H Honif ilrpt'mU. Tlio country h the ouo tlio ja In the direct position to tuko charge of the ciiiupalk'ii In hi-- r sihool und get the clilldrcu Intcresttd," nccc-ll- ug Jo bUiool-nm'iii- Sehon, superintendent of the Children's Home Society. V. O. Gilbert, stute superintendent nf school, wxvs nil teachers to put their best effoits Into the ramials.'ii until It clones the lust week lu Octo"County superintendents are ber. often too bus) to enter peronully Into the cmnpjlvn, und perhaps the teiuli. trs think tt Is not up to them to take the Inltluthe, In the matter. I want to Urtio nil county upcrluteudents to put forth their best efforts Into the but If feome should happen to foiKct their duty In this luuttci, I wnnt to fceo the teuchcru thenuehes take hold and push It thiouh to the trout success It deserves. Mnny of thi promlneut people over (he fctuto who would be willing' to direct a cumpnlt'u busy tnklut; part la their loeullty,-nr- e J ii the polltliul rampiilcu. Hero Is a chance for teachers oer the state to thotv their Inltlatlvo and qualities of leadership und nianacement lu their fcchools und communities," litoi-R- t I Kentucky cum-piiU'- u, Investment. homo which will be built after the campaign, will be n croup of totluKes on a farm ten miles from Qhhj will piovlde wholeLoulstllle. some suiroundlnss for tho children, and the duties connected with the lumiastPinont of tho farm will jtlve cx rational trulnlnv H the older children In the tare of the Keutucky Chlldreu'a iiomo society. "It Is uot only u good, charitably cause, but a ouml buslnei-luvesl ment," Jlr. Sehon wild. "Instead tho coiibtiint yearly drain to provld tor tne Kentucky children thut coi into our cure, we will hue fifty acl or kiouikI upon which to raise pr slous, which will more than pay tho cost of tho food supplies. TJ Odd Fellow s Home at Emlneuce. which cull hates thlrty-Mncacrj raises more food than Is consume und thero Is a surplus to apply other expenses." The nes n A Butlnes MT, VKKNON SIGNAL, OCT. SI 1919, SMILGS HONK I ,i . Fm L'v'iMJh LA? m.f M-tsi-. n'l; k. : HONK! A portly Dutch woman applied e for a money or to tbo der to send to her son in the Far Hast. Sho told the ck'rk she had left her son's letter at home, but said he was "some place out in Chlua dot sounds like der noise an automobile makes." post-offic- t?,m tt ,mSmk ijygiiiliiiiiiiiiffiU'i til ft I'm I WW We Deal in Good Tires JWU WKv 'Nobty The clerk smiled and turning toanother nearby ho said: MWhat kind of a noise does an automo-bllmake, Joe." "Honk, honk I" the other suggested. "Yah, dot's it," exclaimed the woman, her face brightening. "Honk, honk, dot's der place." (So the clerk made tiie order payable in Hongkong and the woman went away happy. AN IMPOSSIBILITY. Cigarettes made to meet your taste! ttV&Wizh- M tne worM at any price! - HV' V il rarest -- Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness nA.- l.rnA rtinlA T Ut4- mnliVn !.?.. innt. vumcio vvnJl aujr ugucuo m W enticing, it will so refreshing, Camels .........flavor isiiuwiicv... unuso..n..'o..nt TUntl. r.A uiiusuuii iimia WUiuumuiiLC U .o ',H what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and ' choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I As you smoke .Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally We have just laid in a stock of United States Tires. As a United States Tire Sales and Service Depot we can provide you with good tires that will exactly meet A New Yorker tells of his so journ at u certain hotel in the Carolina mountains. At about eight jn the morning he was aroused from a sound slumber by a knocking on his door. "What without tiring your taste! your needs. Also a type of service consistent is it?" be shouted. "Telegram fo you, boss," rt- plied the darkey on the other side of the door. "Will you open m 1 Take 'Camels at any angle they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or guts. with tires of such high quality. There are five distinct types of United States Tires one for every need of price or use. the door. The Now, Yorker was angered by this. "I will not 1" he yelled back. "Can't you slip it under the door?"' "No boss," was the response; JlhllSa A tSKMiirJjPPmcqi You'll prefer Camels quality! Caie' 18 cents a package H R. of30crtttortnpchst9 IV tm otd twtywbw f Jus carton for the hotnm pack in ctmnttBcMlly (200 dart1f) in a ttrongly ncommmnd carton. or offict aupplyorwhan you travaL Wiiuton-SaL- J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., N. C. wmnmtu m.u,gg-- ' jiiiWljifi; mr you drive we have just the tires you lilMliMIWi MmaKEmk need. Bryant Brothers MT, VERNON, KY, AN EDITOR'..! DUTIES. Most any man can be an editor. All the editor has to do is to sit at a desk six days a week, four weeks a niouih and twelve months in a year, and edit such United States Tires are Good Tires NOTICE TAXPAYERS You are hereby notified to meet me or one of my stuff as this: "Mrs. Jones of Cactus Creek let. a can opener slip last week and cut herself in the pantry. Joe Doe climbed on the roof oi his house last week looking for a leak and Tell, landing on his back porch. While Harold Green was escorting Miss Violet Wise from thecnutch social last Sat urdav nlerht a savage doer at tanXtoA thorn ntif? hit Mr flrppn on the public square. Mr. Frang, while harnessing his broncho last Saturday, was kicked just south of his corn crib." Yar mouth Light. I 1 a French journal comes Don't worry a6out Olf?iouse this little anecdote of a tutor and his royal pupil. The lesson was in Roman his tory, arid the prince was "Wo come now to the Emperor Caligula. What do you know about him, prince?" The question was followed by a silence that was becoming awk ward when it was broken by the diplomatic tutor. "Your high noss is right," he said, "perfectly right. The less said about this emperor the bettor." HOMER REVISED class, in read The ing had followed Ulysses thru several years of wandering. Thn the teacher asked: 'What was Penelope doing all this timer' Louis answered solemnly: Well, every day sho and her maids spun and wovo all day; and every night Penolope ravelled out all the cloth they had woven during the day. Finally she said to those suitors: 'I won't marry any of you fellows till I get this Harper's sweater done.' ' sixth-grad- e V it is covered with m jW'N OLES deputies at the following named places and dates for the purpose of settling your Tax for the year k I ! A W 1919 Livingston Precinct, " Red Hill " Pine Hill Livingston, Mullins Station Pine Kill, . . AgAlSPi L&ii, re-ro- of II Wednesday, November u Thursday Friday Saturday Monday tt et 5 6 I 7 8 JO N.&W.Brodhead" Walnut Grove " Brown Roundstone Scaffold Cane Johnetta Brush Creek Wildie Crooked Creek Brodhead, Pongo Quail, Conway it " ( your present home with Carey Cover your new house or Asfaltslate Sliingles and be immune to sparks, cinders and all ordinnry fire risks. Insurance companies can pay your loss in dollars and cents, but they cannot repay you for the four and fright of fire. Every package of Carey Asfaltslate Shingles bears the approval stamp of the Underwriters' Laboratories. The best proof that they reduce the fire risk is in the fact that they save you money on your fire insurance premiums. The surface of Carey Asfaltslate Shingles is natural red or green crushed slate which wears indefinitely and never fades. These shingles never crack, they require no paint, do not rot, dry out or curl. The nail heads being protected by the asphalt which forms the lower side of the shingles, never rust. All this means long life and Consult iu about your roof, low up-kce- p. Tuesday Wednesday tt tt tt tt U J2 13 u Owens' Store Thursday Friday Saturday Monday " " Ward's Store Orlando P. O. Wood's Store Solomon Griffir 14 15 17 18 n n - " " This is your last chance to pay your Tax in your Precinct. will please meet me promptly and settle same. You I am compelled to make settlement. Respectfully, SAFETY FIRST. The lightning had felled a tall persimmon tree in Professor Kennemoro's yard. Ho was sawing and splitting up the tree for when the following calloquy took place. Mrs. Nomore. "Why Professor, are you going to burn that wood?" Professor." Why not stove-wood CAREY BUILDING MATERIALS Roofs Fiberock Asbestos Felts Roofs Asphalt Built-U- p Asbestos Built-U- p Asphalt Pitch Asfaltslate Shingles Feltex Asphalt Felts g Roll Roofings Conip'ds Insulating Papers ElastitcExpansion Joint Fibre Coating for Roofs Wallboard Asbestos Materials Roofing Faints Carey Flexible Cement Roofing oayo magnesia I ijjctiuu uuiilt turi-uugDamp-Proofina 77YVaT I 1M S.T. PROCTOR Mt. Vernon Vn W'' JE&, TIP LANGFORD,S.R.C. C. C. ATTOUNEY-AT-LA- Mrs. hy ? Nomore. ' Dear me ! Aren't you afraid of the electric " Williams MT.VEBNON.KV. OFFICE.- - Onacd.floorof! Bank of Mt. V.ernon, on J Church St. Special atten tlou given collections. FINONK 8o "This hurts me more than it hurls you," the fond parent remarked sadly to his punishment-sufferinson. "Then," said the bad lad, gritting bis teeth' "keep on with it, dad. 1 can stand it." Boston Post. g v b. W. BETHURUM MT.VHHnon. nv. Will practice in all the'courti. Office on Church Street ATTOUNBY AT LAW ... i CASTOR I A For Iofaats and Cbildrt'u In Us Alwayi bcu tyr Over 30 Years ?x?focabaoc9c3c8P The Signal is a Splendid Medium for Advertisers t? - iV i,, " MT. VKknun SIGNAL. OCT. 31. 119. SIGNAL Friday, Get. 31, 1919 by $1 00 on MT. VB R N ON WillYcmBeOne OFAMillionWorfeew lb Secure Members fir TheAmericanRed Cross RlD cross gives Hew Millions FULL AGCOUNTiNG WfrGcncl! Tells Contributed ABOUND THE WOKLD WITH THE AMERICAJI .RED CROSg. in oeroia. TV4 4. 4 7fTTX -y - n nYT;XILJ - - JfSgSt t -- J T BCg Published every Ftiday . 7. YOUNG SUBSCKIPTION ONK YKAK by Public Were Used For Relief, Advertising OES f FOR rates maae known application MHMBKK OF BIG TASK IS DESCRIBED KKNTUCSY PRESS ASSOCIATION Volunteer Now Chapter Headquarters At-lou-r In Twenty Third RedGxKsRollColl Months $154,000,000 Wai pcnt Oversea and $119,000,000,1 In tin United Stated. November 2-1- 1 Washington. (Special.)" Thro"gh a complete report of the worl. if the In the war by American Hi-Chairman Henry l D.ivlson, on be-half of lie wnr council, the urgnuizn-lioenroll011 llio ore of Its annual ment of members during tho Third UimI Cros Itoll Call, No ember '1 to 11, bus remlereil un nciMiintlng of the many millions glcn It by the American people to help our lighting men tinil our ulllcs. The statement Is, In part, as follows : The war council of the American Ileil Cni'W Is now prepared to make a complete accounting to the American people wf money contributed and expended, as well as the work done by tho American lied Cross during the period Iu which the war council was In control of Its afTatrs. The war council was apisilnted May It), 101D, und went out of existence Fobruury Cis n THE ROCKCASTLE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION Tlio object of tliis new organi- would yav $500 per year and the zation is to help the farmers of traveling expeuces of a County Rockcastle county to liavo better Agent and claim no part of his living conditions, to feel pride time, who would spend one half and find profit in their business. of his time in Uockcastlr county, Our county is made up very if our Fiscal Court would make largely of fanners. When these an appropriation of $soo per vear farmers are happy and prosper toward the support of said agent. ous the whole county is helped A committee of such reproacu in every way The farmer feels, tutive business men and tax payand has a right to feel, that he ers as U. G. Baker, V. J. Sparks, has not had the considerttiou he L. W. Bethurum, W. H. Fish. should have had. Ho is not a T. J. Niceley, R. S. Albright, K compeditor of any other business. A. Sparks, C. D Sut'.ou. C. C. He is a copartner ot every other Davis, H. T. Young, Kennel Smith, of Hiatt, R. Dodd, of Ot legitimate business. many Rockcastle is one of the very tawa, who represented us farmers of his as twenty-fn- c few counties in Kentucky which who were has uot provided its farmers section, and others However, present but did not speak, went with a County Agent. Col-leg- n 1 . ?fl. Rockcastle & Adjoining Counties T shoes ever carried in the county. Fine shoes, Heavy shoes, Solid leather Baby shoes, Children's t PUS store has the largest stock of 2S, 1010. bSSM mammmmmmmmm e out a County Agent. Rerea has very generously permitted the Agent, who was largely supported by them to spend a considerable part of his time in Rockcastle, without unv cost to us. The farmers asked for a greater part of this man's time, and the Fiscal Court was asked to mage an appropriation for this An appropriation of purpose. $loo was made for this pnrpose, but was later withdrawn. A big percent of the farmers, and the live men in other business, appreciate- the splendid, constructive work that has been done iu this county by the untiring efforts of IC. F. Sponce. The finest tribute , to the work of Mr Spence was the agricultural ex bibit at the School Fair held in Mt. Vernon, , on October 28th. This was the best exhibit of its! kind tver shown in this connty. People who brought it came from those parts of the county where he has worked most. They were very frank in saying that the work of Mr. Spence had been worth thousand cf dollars to '.he county. In these soma parts of the county, the live stock has improved in quality and the real estate has increased in value more than in any other part of the county. . Iiorea Co fee sent Prof. (Jlarlc before our Fiscal court with thu proposition that thoir institute - "i"'1 ''"'""1 r?'itT"" mii.S. 'and requested this body cal Court of the "It was the practice of the war council to site complete publicity to Its policies ninl llnanccs, but It Is only now that n picture of tho wnr period us a whole can be presented. It la the feeling of the wnr council that a report In this summarized form should be made directly to the public which provided the money und gave the effort which madu the American Hod Cross a success. "A statement of the American Red Cross effort und tlunnces since the mo executive committee, una it is tru portant, therefore, that the fuel tluii this report covers the period only until March 1, should be carefully noted.' Following ure certain round figures covering Amerlcuu Hed Cross p.irticl putlon iu the war, as reveuled by the war couucU'a report: Some Outstanding Figure. Contributions recehed (material and money). 100,00 J.OOU membeig: iteil Cro&s Adults, U0,000,000: 31,00(I,OJU Children, 11,000,000 ... lted Cro.-- a workers 8,100,000 iienei articivs proouceu by olunteer workers.. 371,577,000 Families of soldiers aided by Home Service Iu U.S. MX),0J0 Kefresliments served by 40,000,000 cuuleen workers In U.K. Nurses enrolled for serv- Iw with army, imvy or lted Cross 23.JCK! Kinds of comfort articles distributed to soldiers and suitors In U. S.... 2,700 Knitted nrtlclws jjlven to soldiers and bailors In As far buck as tho first 'winter ol the war, tho Rod Cross sent to Serbia a sanitary commission that offecthe-lchecked the scourcu of typhus, but after the United Stntcs entered the conlllct, the Red Cross was ublo, In August, 1917, to send a full commission that carried on extensive relief operations ntnoni: tho suffering refugees of the tortured nation. Hospitals were established, the refugees fed, clothed and rIwmi medical attention, the nnny supplied with much needed dental treatment, farm machinery, and seeds' provided to help tho Setbs redeem their land to productivity, and, not least, measures undertaken for tho sutcor of the chlldion. The terrible condition Into which theso helpless victims of tho war had fnllen Is well portrayed by this photograph of u little Serbian girl wearing tho rag all she possesaL'c) wheu tin Red vCross came. ' shoes, Tough hide shoes, High top shoes, shoes, Girl's shoes, Men's shoes, Boy's shoes, Ladies' shoes, Godman shoes, Walton shoes, er Lion Brand Shoes. Selby shoes, Walk-Ovunder the market price. shoes, CALL AND SELECT YOUR WINTER FOOT WEAR TO-DAY. ip3"rWWBPM W"SBw! NaaNM"NMa"M,'wwNMi .. to make the appropriation. One Magistrates made a motion that the appropriation be made, but it was lost for want of a second. Many farmers feel that they havo not been treated with the consideration that they have every right to expect. They, as tax payers, fee) that a small appropriation that chould bo invested in the services of a County Agent who would bo worth thousands of dollars to them, should in' justice bo made. They do not expect to prospor without the whole county being benefitted by their prosperity. U. S 10,900.000 The Rockcastle Agricultural Tons of relief supplies shipped overseas 101,000 Association has been organized Foreign In countries of this which lted Cross operin behalf of the farmers 25 ated county and in behalf of the best Patient days In Red Cross hospital In France 1,155,000 interests of the whole county. French hospitals idven 8,780 material aid The organization will bo a per- Splints smiplled for Amer 291,000 manent one, and its first object ican soldiers of nitrous oxldo will be to guarantee to the farm- Rallons oxygen furnished and 4.810,000 French ers of the county that we shall Men servedhospitals Cross bj Red 15,370.000 find a way for Rockcastle to have cantefns In France.... 1,720.000 Ilofu?ees alAed In France a County Agent. We appreciate American wnvalescent .soldiers nttcndliiK Red of Ikrea the uuselfish interest 8,110,000 Cross movies In Franco College. A spirit of helpfulness Soldiers carried by Red In Cross ambulances has always characterized this Italy 148,000 for splendid institution. We fell Children cared Italy by 155,000 ueu Cross In that the Fiscal Court will reconOf tho $400,000,000 In money and sider and prompted by justice, supplies, contributed to the American Cross during the cooperation and opportunity t6 Red war council was twenty month.-thIn existence serve will make this appropria $20.1,000,000 was nllotcd to national tion Should they not, we shall hendqu:irtcrn, while $1.17,000,000 went to the chapters to finance their acstill havo tho County Agent. twenty Expenditures In e CASTOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ALL KINDS OF BALL BAND RUBBERS. A RACE RIOT IN CORBIN. A report comes from Corbin that a race riot was on in that, town last night in which six or eight negroes were killed. Tho 4gTgr?"-yM?X- 3: trouble seems to have started after, several white persons had beembeld up and robbed of mon ey ind other valuables dur CHINESE BECOME ing rthe last week or jo. One Wednesday man was robbed Vote "Yes" on This Dallot Tuesday, Nov. 4. Your Party Has night and tlnm stabbed almost to SOCIAL proved This Amendment In Its Platform Adapted at Louisville. deatn, which was supposed to Suie You Get This Ballot and VOTE IT. have been dono e ther by negroes Men and Women Form Good Felor by a white man with face lowship Club Together Under CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT No. 2 blacked. Four of our colored folks, Pete aid Will Frakes and "Aro you In favor of the proposed nmeuduient, Y. W. C. A. Leadership. to the constitution of the Commonwealth of KenG.orge Hiatt and wife, returned tucky, 'After June 30, VJ'M, the manufac. this morning and from there ture, .sale or transportation of spirituous, Unou.s, The Oood Fellowship Club has made malt or other Intoxicating liquors, except for stale they were Incky to get tin Its appearance In society In HungUiow, scleutltlc or mechanical I medicinal, purpn-.es- , train in time, even tho they had 'lilim. In the Commonwealth of Ken tuck), Is It began with the desire of n hereby prohibited. All Sections or parts thereof nothing to do with tho trouble young Chinese doctor to gUo of the Constitution, Insofar 11s they may be InconTlioy say the colored popul uiou lis compatriots, especially the Chris-lans- , sistent with this Section are hereby repealed und nullllL-d-. The Ceneral Assembly shall enforce of Corbin diminished quite a bit some healthful form of social this Section by appropriate legislation?'" from dark lust night until train Channels for good, clean, social 24 lelt there this morning Ifo among Chinese people are very Imltcd. Unltl recently becoming a II H. and Sam McClure, who 'hrlstlau often meant cutting oneself mlht come together to enjoy n good ha'O both been very sick for iff from one's friends and relatives, time with each other was discouraged 1U0 from feast days and fosthnls. and sniffed ut. However, it few people tcvcrtil wi oks, remain very low agreed bo s In cause of Sutton & McBee "The Clothcraft Store" f . :dg r?? 4ttv Democrats of Kentucky! 1Ap- - PIONEERS Bo YESD o NOD 11 For freit groceries, candies, fruits and mints go to J. 15. Mc tf. KknxiK's, near the depot. 1 for Joint meetings of men and worn-.well, such a thing was never heard if In decent Micloty. The young doctor's plan of having club wbero men nnd their wives n c i uraoeo acnooi iNotes. -1 1 1 ikt. The school contributed to the Roosevelt Memorial Several of the High boys aro pasting the Red X.nias Drive posters. Mt. Vernon plays Columoia n,Rll Scll00, FrWav Nov. 3' I" :t:o p. iu. Everyone come aim $14 80 he,) us WU1, Fund. Memeinbersof the Somot Class School of 1290 aro os follows: Willie Cross I Davis, Arthur Coopor, RtttniA Richards. Robert Fish, Claude Davis. On Nov. 21 the Girls Declam- - McUurguu, CUrist.nu . . ntery Contest will bo held at Willie King, Marion ivincuiu; School Building. On the same Ruby Cooper, Virginia Criwford, ' This is '.lie night a similar contest will bo Bonnie Niceloy Tho threo largest class to dato, held lit Brodhead. best will be picked ft 0111 each Miss Georia McFerron, Treas. school and on Dec. 5 theso six of the School Fair requests that girls will meet in a joint contest. The place has not been determin- tnose who have not received check .for premiums at Fair to kindly ed as yet. notify her and she will settle Tho Mt. Vernon High School same. The list given her is not baeket ball team played Columbia complete and she is anxious to High School a fast and spirited pay all premiums won. game of basket ball at Columbia last Saturday night. Score was Our boys enjoyed tho trip to Columbia with the Droilliead boys. 18 to 13 in fuvor of Columbia. tivities. the months totalled W73.000.000, divided ns follows: Ily national headquarter In France, $57,000,000; elsewhere overseas, $01,000,000; In the United States $18,000,000; by chapters In tho United States, $13,000,000; cost of In articles distributed France, $2.1,000,000, elsewhere over-sen$8,000,000; In the United StateH $28,000,000, making total expenditure In France, $82,000,000, elsewhere ovor-sea$72,000,000 ; In the United Slates, chapter-produce- Children Gry for Fletcher's ... .. SI 10.000,000. IN MEMORIUM I).ih:n Iii loving memory of our dailing daughter and sister Kissio Dolan, who departed this life October 26th. 1918. Sad and sudden was the call Of our dear daughtor utul sis- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of ana nas Deen made under his sonal supervision Bince its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vnu In this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle 'with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-goo- I ter loved by all, Wo little knew that on that day Our darling daughter wo'ild bo culled uway. I I Wo belivo that Tho flowers wo lay, upon your gruvo, May with and decay, good will come But the love wo had for you dear The local basket ball team played of this Association. tho Columbia Athcletio Associa. A "ow c,ass room was ,nade lion mi Friday night. Scoro was ,last wc0k " a Petition being !i3 to 13 in favor of Columbia. lla11' Wo Both of the Mt. Vernon teams l,luJ l" tl,c ul)it,lirs lho lloor !eoof tho plaved for their first time on an are u"n8 indoor court. We are exneetimr bul'ding. If you doubt it come ut least to break even with Co! in und see for yourself. umbiu when we play them on our Tho following aro student from own grounds. Our boys were tho county who are in High more than pleased with the ro School: Pansy Lovell: Lillian ception wo received at Columbia Fields: Adi Jlrown: Margaret We always llltt to pluy toatns like Fish: Ethel Helton: I.auru Hiatt: Columbia who ure clear and Wlllio King: Mary Saylor: Uobt. Fish: Claude Mcllargo Rissie, Will never fudo away. 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 for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A And wo will meet again somoduy, Upou tho other shore, Where there uro no more death?, Acd wo will dwell in joy forever. Sadly missed by motlior, sis. tors and brothers. BUSINESS HGOTIST "Wo uoed bruins in this business, sir." "I know you do. Tho business shows more Americau. it."---Haiti, GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS CzL&tffflfcirti In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THK OINTAUN COMPANY. NIWVQWK OITV. pioneers to tho social Intercourse, and Y. YV, C. A. secretaries agreed to help maku thu ilub a success. At llr.st tho meetings of tho club were laughed at by outsiders and thu whole affair considered n Joko. However, tho members kept on meeting, first nt one house nnd then nt another. Soon tho men got over tho feeling of strangeness at starting out with their wives on Tuesday evening for u friend's home. Tho women began to enjoy tho outing and to Inko pari In the discussions nu Intelligent part, too much to tho surprise of their husbands. The membership grew. Tho club's famo began to spread. At llrst the discussions of the club wero conducted In 1'iigllsh. Soon It became ihtov-k-- v for Ihcm lo ho curried on In Co i.imi that more of lho women could understand, and taku part. Many of tho sniffers began lo npply for admission. EilHiHsHuft Bffl I Iwilai The meinbeis began Indulging In much friendly dialling and occasionally for-ttheir dignity to ploy Jokes on olio another. Finally It becamo so largo that It had to bo divided Into two sections, which met separately threo Tuesday evenings In tho month nnd on Wo nialto a specialty of tho the fourth Tuesday met together for a host inako.4 of men's unil session', with a special program. Joint Students Just returned from Ameriboys' sweators ot which we can and German colleges, an old havo n good assortment, in ' Is particularly Interscholar who all stylos, sizos and colors. ested In tho discussion on Iluddhlsm and Christianity, merchants, railroad mid government olllcluls compose thu men's side of tho room, Tho women aro still n hit shy nbout talking In front f so many people, but many of them show signs of greut exccutlvo ability and power of leadership. They aro all well poised, clear thinking Individuals, who will have a great Influence on China's future. They discuss THE CASH STORiD among themselves group meetings In their vurlous churches, tho lack of amusements for Chlneso women, social service work, subscription lists for tho orphunage, cako making, types of INDIGESTION, IUuioUSNKSS stoves, baby diets, the latest engageCONSTIPATION. ment and other topics such as one Chamberlain's Tablets havo would hear discussed by a group of to health and happiness women gathered together any pluco Iu hundreds who wore nillcted with America. The social part of the ovenlng Is giv- indigestion, biliousness and en over to games, which at llrst If you aro troubled in astound the boher Chinese gentlemen, this way give them a trial. You up witii great but which they tnko vv " ineusuu jor iney Aim tucir after tho ilrst evening. WllJ benefit you. wljjes enjoy, Jt Just. as. greatly There are Loads of Comfort in these Sweaters K ''sL.jy Wjr TJI li ;: i .it ' '' Y Hud-ilhl- st fin et A If dMii'iiTmr c izzs&mm.m MT, VKUNON r LAND IN CONVULSIONS. Mm. fllnrnnr Hnvp.a nni! llt.t In Georgetown, Ky. Oct 28. nclce, Nora Brny, of noar Round- stone, were guests of Mrs. J W. Within thi last nlno months, 677 Riddle, at Cove, Saturday and pioces of real estato nave changed hands at an aggregate of conSunday. Mt Vernon, Kv, Oct. 31, 1919 Mrs. Sarah Weber and daugh-tor- , sideration of $3,862,000 almost Mrs. S. D. Lewis will go to two million more than the total up "No, 70" vtrtimnVff' Chattanooga Wednesday to visit in i9i8. want to Onmmunl- - fy one with HIQNAL Mrs. Weber's daughter, Mrs. If you want meat alt tho time Mellln Wright. wt will take caro of you If you Zacli Cook of Witchita Kansas will take care of us. wos here this week with relMcKenzih's Restaurant. atives. Mr. Cook lived near DIs- - Pastor: "Don't vou think I putanta about thirty five years touched them rather deeply this ago and moved West where he has louiiviuc 4NHVILltR R Co. Morning"? prospered In farming. Deacon: "I Don't know sir. I TIME TABLE. Herbert Cox is at homo for a haven't counted up yet " 2 nortd .. 5.15 pm few days visit. He has a good SIGNAL, OCT. Si 1919. SIGNAL MT. V JORNON ! tttfMr 'UND THE WORLD In Italy. WITH It P" AMERICAN RED CROSS akj 1 J - (if 79 ,A J"" )P N CVERr HEtL -- ft & 21 "'J 21 nortu south douth Phone No. 8. 8:35 12:35 12:45 am position with the Detroit Prest O'Bryan Overalls for father pro Steel Company. Richard Cox Is and all the boys at Fish's. The Businese Mens Club has a m also in Detroit. Ho has a good Add-ing Ias. Landkum, Agent. position with the Burroughs hntereJ at the Mt Vernon, aa ecoml-c!a Kjr. Poitofllce mail matter. f join AA-onda-'oI I I The American Red Cross All you need is a 1 Machine Co. W. T. Hicks, who Is one of our most enterprising farmers of the Wildlo section, bought some fine Short Horn cattle in Lexington last week. Mr. Hicks says the pure blood cattle do not eat any more than the scrubs and sell for more money C. C. Moore and little daughter, Charlotte, of Indianapolis, were with Mr. and Mr. G. 0. Pish last week. Mr. Moore, it will bo remembered, married Miss Margaret McClary. of this placo, who died four years ago, Mr. J. P. Young, of Henshaw, Kentucky, camo from Grand LoJgo to Rockcastlo to visit his sons, B T. aud H. T. Young and their families. Mr. Young will return to his home in time to be been doing somo work on Richmond street. This organization does not mind being knocked by those who have done nothing toward the streots except knock, but wo do not want every one to bo bumped. We shall keep on until the rough places are made smooth. Arrhlng at ono of tho most critical stages ot the war, when the Teutons wore forcing the Italian army back to the I'lave, the American lied Cross rushed emergency relief from Parts and revlred the drooping spirits of the whole country. In addition to furnishing rations and comforts and medical attention to the fighting men, tho American Itcd Cross Instituted 42 soup kitchens, SO children's hospitals, 10 children's dispensaries, 14 artificial limb factories, five homes for refugeo children, 10 rest stations for refugees. This photograph shows a group of Italian refugee children being fed by the American Ited Cross at one of the numerous relief stations. Winter Is Coming And that means cold, rain, snow, slush and ice. Wet feet at this time ot year may cause sickness. To protect your health and the health of your family, you should see that your shoes are good, solid leather or rubber. there for the election. M&-2TJC- PERSONAL Mr. Frank Longmiro town Friday was In iam, tif Ncwtou, IC&ias7 kig spending a few days with thoir uunt, Mrs. Mary Williams. The -- o. awl-so- n, Will Cooks lived here thirty-fiv- e I Dr. Walker Owens has returned years ago. Mr. William Cook f i oin Louisville. was just nine years old when he Mr. W. M. Uullock is at homo loft and this is his first trip back. fiom tliooil field. LOCAL Mrs John W. Urown has from a visit iu Louisville. Halloween Time is Dress-UDock Calloway, of Livingston, Time. is spending a few days in our If you are particular about the town. quality of shoes get them at Mrs. Ina St.Clair and children Fish's. have joined Mr. St.Clair in Don't wait and let winter catch , Hazard. . you without somo of Fish's Win-te- r Mr. and Mas. V. II. Fish and Uderwear sou Billy, spent the wcelt end in Gott's geese never flew against Lexington tho telegraph wire, and didn't Mrs. a. j. Joces, of Stanford, hear a solitary thing. visited her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Phone us and we will deliver S. H. Martin. you fresh meats at any time. Mr. aud Mrs. F. L. Durham Mckknzie's Restaurant. and sou, Austin, drove to Tell it to a man 'twill occas Wednesday. ionally flop. Tell it to a wMr. and Mrs lCdgar Doty, of omanit will never stop. Richmond, are visiting R. A. Rev. Charley Cox will preach Srarks and family. at Buckjve on Saturday night, W. B. Siginon has sold his farm Sunday morning and Sunday on Dixie Highway near Round-stounight of tho first Sunday in to S P. Caudill. Frank Catron writes from Tho Hon. C. C. Williams deliv Bridgeport that he and his family ered a very fine address on Theo are getting along fine. dore Roosevelt, at :i meeting held Geo. Gatliff has bought the at the Court houso on the 27th, Allen Ketron place near Round Col. Roosevelt's birthday. stone from Dr. R. II. Lewis. Man past 30 with horse and Mrs. Danridge Lyon spent the week end with her parents Mr. buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder in Rockcastle County. and Mrs. Kelly in Lebanon. Salary $90 ver month. Address Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Levisay left yesterday for Randolph, 111. 424 South Meridian St., Indiana polis, Indiana. to make their future home. We like the spirit of the man Mrs. Fannio Adams will leave today for a visit to her brother, or woman who wants the son or daughter who has gone from tho Dr J. M. Williams, in Paris. Mrs. C. C. Williams, Misses Rockcastle home to got the paper Uisso Williams and E hel Azbill of his town and county. It is like a letter from home. have returned from Louisville. Tho Rockcastle Real Estate A. E. Albright, John Moborly and Jim Owens were up from Company sold the J. A. Hopkins Rrodhead yesterday on business. farm at public auction, to W. B. Sigmon for $76. 00 per acre, on Mr. nod Mrs. Charlie ThompTuesday, October 28th. The son have roturnod to Lancaster farm brought $10055 75. Col. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. John B. Dinwiddie was on tho G. McBeo. p There is a report being handed out to the farmers and tobacco growers of this county that if they voto YES on the Prohibition amendment and this amend ment arries it will also be unlaw ful to raise tobacco. Tins is whiskey tulk and nothing else. If you hear this talked stop it. Rhmkmhrr: You can get any thing you wunt in the Spectacle line. The most fashionable stylos nf frnmns nnrl lotwpe Vnnr eyes tested at Franklin's where watches and clocks are repaired tf atMt. Vernon, Ky. --Xcat Estutur The Rookcastle Corapany has a $7,000 stock of goods to sell in the near futuro This is a good stock and will probably bo sold at public auction. They will ' advertise this sale within a few days. Watch for this advertisement. If you want to swear or be sworn see W. H. Fish, Notary Public, Mt. Vernon. Ky. E. R. Goutry has uccepted a position with the Louisville Cement company. Mr. Gentry will have charge of a Community Wei fate house, being constructed by the company for their employes. The plant is located at Speed, Ind. This is a very interesting proposition and Mr. Gentry has promised to write us after he be- gius his work. Remkmuek, gtt una batteries, and iour flashlight case repaired also. Get flashlight bulbs at Franklin's the L. & L. Watch Inspector. Mt. Vernon, Ky. tf You Flash-ights OUND THE WORLD Public Health Nursing. WITH MU AMERICAN RED CROSS. v 1 You take no chance when you buy your shoes here because we have just the kind -- v 1 n - of:goodf honest-shoes-- y BlBPfeiv r&trtERk' M rf liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiViHiiiiiiiiiiiiH I ter. For men, women and children. otr nzzdA s or-w- in In the midst of Its multifarious war duties the American Ilea Cross did not neglect its obligations to the civilian population nt home. Throughout tho conflict It maintained Its Bureau of Public Health Nursing, Instruction In first aid, homo nursing and sanitation, and disaster relief. Particularly In their work for the babies was effort by public health nurses Important Tho accompanying photograph shows n lied Cross public health nurse Instructing a mother In the proper preparation of tho baby's diet. Lots of Shoes at Old Prices THE CASH STORE 1 ia Si 1. i SgPS?nwnvWffgEfoig The home of , Halt SuhalTcr & Marx clothes FMMS Dwelk Public Auction LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING "PARlVr The Hatcher Farm, i87 acres, in lino for is a money maker and can be bought right. Otto Hatcher Karm 87 acres joins his mother's farm and is a good proposition. A T?1WT Tno ! T. Vanhook Farm. 109 acres, mile from Level Green. This farm can bo bought well worth tho money. J. T Vanhook Fajm, so acres, in Laurel County, seven miles Livingston and ij miles from Dixie Highway. Ask us about this farm. Mt. Vernon Graded High Sclioo Why Not Go Home County? to School In Your Broil-hea- d o A suit instituded last June in the Circuit Couit at Mount Sterl ing by the Kentucky AgriculExperiment tural Station, through its counsel Mr. W. B. White, against tho O. W. Jean Company, an Indiana firm operating a number of cream buying stations throughout Kentucky, for failure to secure a license lor their cream station in Mount Sterling last spring, was success fully terminated last week. Judge Robert Winn, attorney for the C. W. Jean Company, ap peared in open court nnd agreed that a judmont should be entered against his clieut for the sum of $800,00 and costs This repre sents tho first prosecution brought by Deun Thamas Cooper for a vi olation of the Kentucky Creamery and Tester's License Law, the object of this law being to insure fair dealing between tho producer of oream and tho company buying it. ersetand Mt. Vernon Pike. This p 't'Vl Mt. Vernon School offeers an accredited High School Course. Three teachers doing High School work. Six teachers in the grades Good equipment and splendid school spirit. Normal Course after Christmas. Tuition and board reasonable. For further information address D. H. LYON, Principal, or E.B. COX, Sec. of Board. FOR SALE WANTED Two very desirablo adjoining lots on Adams Street, abundance of water during dry season, sanitary concrete spring houso, all necessarv Size outhuildincs. one 125X20D, ono 9ox2io. Apply W. B SriVKY, Mt. Vernon, Ky. one half Hunt FARM J' Vernon, Farm, ono aud 72 acres. miles from Mt. on Boone Way, acres, P A'DlMfC !' F. Robbins R.Farm, 8200from Crab located on 1 "iviVXJ Copper Creek, F. D. Orchard. ' F. F. Robbins Farm, 400 acres, joining other farm. If you are in tho market for a bargaiu iA a farm, these farms are bargains. TnApiWr Mrs. Ttlitha Langford Farm, IO5 acres, 3 miles from jjt Veruon. If this farm is not, sold bee fore you got to it, you can buy it lileo we bought farms tho war. he-or- C. C. MetcalfFarm, 100 acres on Crab Orchard aruj Somerset road, R. F. D. 1. from Crub Orchard. Mr. Metcalf is a ministor. He wants to leave his farm and has priced it to sell. William Cress "PARlVr an(j Somerset Farm. 250 acres, on Mt. Vornon road. A big farm at a small "PARIVF NOTICE. Those who are intoreslpil fencing the Pine Hill Cemetery are requested to send tho amount JOHN WHITE k CO. thov want to .subscribe to W m LOUISVILLE, KY. Hansel, Treasuror, Building Com. Liberal aiorlmnt mittee. This Committnn is mm. and lull valua paid tor rune posed of iho following: Albert Griflln. John W. lllltnn Wm r.wruno Hldta and Hunsel. W. A. Cromer, and Out 9Una W. M.AIcHargue. 111 Wantkd: Men or women to take orders among friends and neigh-bcr- s for tho genuine guaranteed hosiery, full lino for men women and children. Eieminatcs darning. Wo pay 50c an hour spare 24 0 week for full time or oct.31.12t. time. unnecessary. Experience Write International Stocking Mill, Norrlstown. Pa. Jcilfcijl price. Eat where they all eat and bo satisfied. J. B. Mckenzik, near the depot. Phone No. 50. 1O.l7.tf. STORE, DWELLING 'and FARMS Store, Dwelling and splendid location. A that is right. If you the best property for Rockcastlo. McFor'"on Farni '28 acres, 1 milos from p,ne H,t ono of ttho host co.il mines in the county on this farm. The mine will pay for tho farm at tho price at which we can sell it, in a short time. Look at this, if you want a good stock and fruit farm and a dandy coal mine. T (YHs Wa ,,avo ,he be3t Building PUlll-'llNV- J Lots that can bQ b0U,ht , Mt. Verno'i. Wr have some good RESIDENT PROPERTY Ask us about it. in Mt. Vernon. We have some eooJ property in Brodliead for salo. We havo made somo GOOD sales. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller and B. H. Parson, Wildlo. Ky., There may bo somo shoes for Mrs. A. M. Underwood visited Will sell anything, money but Star Brand Shoes Auctioneer. loss Mr. aud Mrs. M. J. Miller anywhere. are better. Got them at Fish's. write tno. Call mo by phono or The Rockcastlo Real Estate Miss To vis Oethurum spent CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Saturday and Sunday with her Company put on tho snlo of J. L. REMEDY. parents Judge aud Mas L. W. Lovisay's live stock, farm imple-monThis remedy is intended es. and house hold ?cods Ucthurum, The sale was well attended and pecially for coughs, colds, croup Mr. W. M. Haves, of Boroa, The snlo aim wnooping cough. From a visited his daughter, Mrs. J. W prices were crood. over $2ooo. Dinwid small beginning its sale and use Riddle, at Cove, from Saturday umounted to has extended to dle and Son were tho uuctioneerf. United Statos andall parts of the until Monday. to many forThe new management at Crab eign countries. This alone Is Mrs. Volicla Fish has returned enoueh to convince Kmf u to herhomo in Wlldle, After Orchard Springs is spending a medicine of more mm thau ordinary In modernizing this re spending a few weeks with Mrs. $loo,ooo 11 a luciiu. anu sort. The .National Fox Hunters' win uuu uivu 10 uu inai case, you II. T. Young. 1110 wis Miss Stewart entertained the Association meeting will be held Claude Lunsford, son of Rev. Graded bchool teachers and the there the week of November 10th. James Lunsford. of Madlsnn management expects to enSchool Board, Tuesday evening The county, died in tertain about six or seven hun- week. He had New Mexico this from 8 to 10 p.m. gone theie for dred guests at that time. his health after suffering from The new baby at the editor's Ball-BaFirestone and Boa-co- n the effects of tho flu. Rev Lunshpme has a name now, like other ford livid in this county Falls Rubbers for men.wora. and a once of folks. She is no longer "it", but host friends share this e n and children at Fish's. U Hester Louise. sadness with him. ts nd, block. Farm of 35 acres at Boone, Ky. A money making proposition. A price want to soil goods and farm, this is that purpose that Is on tho market iu W H. BROWN Dealer In FARM TllQ General Merchandise GROCERIES, GREEN SEAL PAINT MT. VERNON, KY. We are now located in tho T, N. NOB BKICK with u complete lino oi Fancy Groceries. Notions. Hardware, Dry Goods, till kinds of Machine Repairs. Queuiwvare, Tinware, Kuaniolwaro. and don't forgot it when you are in need of Green Seal Paint. We havo it. Come in and see 1110. If I treat you right tell The Rockcastle Real Estate f X Co! others, w. a. Mckenzie, c. D. BUTTON, II. T. YOUNG E. S. ALBRIGHT MT. VERNON, KY. W. H. BROWN VOn CHEAP GRQOEUIES, J 1 A "- - 1 VUZ. "i?SBii I mt. Sz AN ?5P??iil AAmilCAHI.K MriJI'RlSR hI br t ' ! fJom u f b.'u kwal. oct 94 nn 9ft "Ahmit turn.- - wiitm ago wlun I wit'i .eulfnjftir fi'inn stvoii 'lil I'oiijfiicd most cm m.t limy ftJI 'Ik Uiik1 night hiuI tlnv.I trwH CMmN- r'nii. s i i raBE&xx u n .urpi OutTh tin til lit thi iirniiittiiHo with wliii-lit jfliv mv wht'i," wnlis Mrs .Ihiim- Y. liiiiwi, I'lnrfc Milt-.- , X Mimy iinnllut litis been unil pliHsnl wuli prompt ii'liff uffonli'd i thi lotiH'ily. - Mir-prM-- 'l mJw&& I NOT YKT. Muuil: Your IriiMiil.M its Iiiinl I Vli fiiiinjr to he married? lmd Litis impression tlmt she was W W&mm . 1 9 jeniucRiansi i ne issues are clear! On its record in State IS wll AlUTA lllfijr Morrow's Todays Are All Yesterdays Seemingly, he docs not know that it is Gov. Black who is his opponent in the present race. His entire campaign has been one of "what he would have done." He has said he would have kicked out the School Book Commission, though even he must have known that that would have made liim a lawbreaker. The question naturally arises would he, as governor, care for the laws of the state? He has criticized the new tax law, though he knows that he gave it his endorsement andthat it bears the name of a fellow Republican. Not he but Gov. Black, instead has made constructive criticism of this law. lie has continually talked of "cleaning house at Frankfort" and charged the maintenance of useless offices yet to repeated demands he has not dared name one charge against any man nor specifically state one office he considered useless. in her declining years " Kthel: "I Hi, di'ar, no She's in her accepting ones " lloslon Trail-nip- f and Nation, a united Democracy asks you to answer these questions by your votes on Tuesday, November 4th. Will a Ringing Message of Cheer go to that sick chamber in Washingion, or will Kentucky go under the cloud of support of those men who are seeking to discredit America's Greatest Statesman, purely for partisan R.easons? t. NOTICK Scaled iiids wiil bo rtccived In the Hscnl C url on Wediii.vl.ii, October 22. at Jo a m , for til- grading and gravuling of Hint : r. mji Linn t,u iuc ifw,.ll.n.i.nii,.ii i ji ihiiii:uii iii Hold f i oin tho Grave! Koad to tlic top ol Dili; Hill Plans and (jUantitiu.N mi file, at the office of d tins County Road fttii;iiiecr. cheek for ir2s-oiniisliif. coinpain cncli liid. Olins. b I'n'dliiirv, County Road Kngineor. C Cct-tilic- Wanti'.d: Mun or women to lake - .uimiig friends and lor tbu utniiino'KiiaranU'cil iiohiery, full lino for men, women and children, lilininatcs darning Wo pay 50 c an hour spare week for lull time tunc or 4 J'.xpi ricncu iimucossury. Write w f ,11.2 T..I. Miiillnn Ct.ilriti.r iiiivi ntiii 'inn ui.'ki.iiip iiiiiii orderiiliisIi-bors 5-- WANTED !1 Will Kentucky go forward to four years of progress under the able leadership of Governor James D. Black, or will it become a pawn in the hands of A' T. Hert, whose sole use for our State is the furtherance of personal ambition? Far Out of Step With Kentucky's Progress Morrow has gone far back to Augustus E. Willson's administration for comparison of expenditures. By doing this, he has shown a lamentable lack of knowledge of the costs of today and of the yesterday in which he has been living. He has shown, too, a surprising lack of knowledge of the onward sweep of progress that Kentucky has been making. Seemingly he does not know that since Gov. term a Good Roads Department has been established and it has built 1,740 miles of good roads, at a cost to the state of $3,040,911.00. Will-son- 's z Ballard Self-Confess- ed Profiteer multi-million- Black Fights For the League of Nations But Morrow Only Equivocates! JTbo-BHUUwwyflfiJifa 1 yoriistown, P.i. tm m r ft 1 - -- m-" j , TlmrMnii It. ill anl, tho nlro ... v ...iwiv it v, tiTiihJthtiit nt ltiitl.inf - Mltld 4t M1 linsl-lies- jvsr u U.OOA Ainu with lior-- e obtain employment and buggy can in this county 1 lJox L'5S Danville, Ky. I t. Oct 10. FogT's,sTTE Kok Sai.i:: A rig, nearly now, Sls.i. Spaldiujj. Can be seen at Hitler's itablu 2t M l. lieu I or ins ii;iiii'1kmmi n('iMUK'un ticl.et as the uimlm.ite for I.leiiteimnt s (imellinr. A (lose personal mil filenil of Jlr. lleitV, with 111111110 funds tit his lKpos,il for c.tmpulKii jmrpiises. It Is ens to see why he whs rhosen for us the nominee for this otllie. Admits Selllnn His Flour at $1.10 Less In New Oi leans Than In His Own State. Tills Is the man who Is runnlnc with Monow at the head of the Keptililiian tlckot the mm uhu, hj his own ailmlhsloii, pleaded guilty to Ileitis profiteer. Not MitKlled with piotlteerltiK, the dufeiiM! he ui.idu of Ills action Is a slap nt the people of The reason lie Rae Is that KeiitiaU.N. lie sells his Hour for iash In New though KeiitiKkhins tould as not pay rush! Moiith-l'le11 Or-Ua- Gov. Black s repeated challenges as to his stand tor or Voice. against the League of Nations, he has given only evasive answers. He dare not face the issue fairly and squarely. lo Is it any wonder $2,800,000 more has been spent for educational purposes? rlt tion there were but 8,000. ft.'teok-vrtiiSWmcli- Seeimagly-hg-dgs-net-knew-t- Iy.jMut.h Vh r 'WiU3diTdd1mnjSt'ra- uiwtniY' - ;f. lMS,t4 Not Too Late, Judge! Judge Bcthurum, it Is not too late I You publicly stated that you would withdraw the Republican nominee could it be shown that he had a hand in the tobacco cases of Grant County. At the same time your candidate was admitting that he wrote a letter opposing the pardon of the five farmers convicted. You need not even take his word for it. Attorney General Palmer will tell you, as he has told all of Kentucky in a published letter, that the files in his office at Washington show that Morrow did oppose the pardon that was rightfully granted these men. Make good your word. Your candidate's guilt is proven. It is up to you. Yet is there anyone who doubts that the election of Morrow will be hailed by Republicans as a victory in their fight in opposition to the League of Nations. Elect Morrow governor and they will conic out from under cover and in glaring headlines announce that Woodrow Wilson's stand for ciiliation lias been repudiated. By their evasion they stand against it they make it an issue. Kentucky gavef nearly three thousand of her sons to make the world safe for democracy. Will their lives have been given in vain? Will Kentucky continue to uphold the hands of Woodrow Wilson, to whom the peoples of the world are looking for leadership? Your votes Tuesday Will decide. K. BuutoN. Foi'.S.W.K: Full blooded white leghorn coclcrells, Sloo egg strain T M. m:us, Livingston, Ky. :it-:u A Ford car for sale at e.tr- - a banow rgainlast tires. K.t&J- model office - Call at Signal I Shall A. T. Hert Rule Kentucky? Hark to What Chairman Rhea Said of A. T Hert, the Republican "Boss" of Louisville, in His Speech at the Opening of the Democratic State Campaign at Hopkinsville. "Shall A. T. Hert, lately of Indiana, now of Kentucky, be alShall lowed to name the members of the State Tax Commission? politics of this state for the next he and his millions dominate the four years? This is the most vitaf issue facing the people of the State today. "Shall Mr. Hert, with the aid of Thurston Ballard, the profiteer, and the other millionaire candidates on the Republican ticket, be allowed to take over the State government outright? Behind Mr. Morrow's booming voice is the cunning hand of Hert. Morrow is tho for Hert. The voice is that of Jacob, but the hand mere mouth-piec- e that of Esau. Shall Hert build a bridge from the Louisville City Hall to the State Capitol? Shall the Louisville Republican machine extend its sway to Frankfort?" DO KENTUCKIAN S&--WANT TO 5EE HIM U5E THE GOVERN E - -! TESgU'j'rf ' ' "" ''HI J Life I Was a 1 I 3 OR'S MAN5ION A5 A STEPPING-STONTO WA5HINGT0N? iESaN&Sth m J 1 rn7nTtrt'i'fF?Tnr Misery Mrs. F. M. Jonc3, o! 1 1? 'Trom the lime jtered into womanhood I en- ralmir, Okla., writes: I V looked with dread fieri' one nionlh to the next I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until lile to me was a misery. I would think could not endvire the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help mc until, one day, . . . 1 decided to 1 ... tir TiiTlTMi " "fill u: eflemocratficTkketandYotelfSfrfiJqhf LjliSiS53iHKKSSffilMK3HEB3KEByBSKC3i tmarT-fi-T-r-- TAKE tivrr. .1 TymwrrwrT rrrrrnvrmr!!'iT2FJttWjrT3wmmnvmvX33BE: NO TELEGRAPH STATION bxrsnrsx : -- xnrxiriSLrarsrzsxi The Woman's Tonic " 1 look four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthlully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I toolcCardul, and I am still In good health. . . I would any woman or girl to use Cardul who Is a 6ufierer from any female trouble." If yousullerpaln caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice ol Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe it will help you. ad-vi- sc THE highforstandardin this banb set itself the con duct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emer gency and under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of .helpfulness. We should like to number you amoung our patrons. PEOPLES BANKii , London, Ky., Oct. 21. Com plaint has been made to tho State Railroad Commission that no oflice is maintained, at Mt Vernon and telegrams must be telephoned to London. Tho above article clipped from tho Lexington Leader of Tuesday shows time the Mt. Vernon, business Mens Club is really doing Tho matter was something. taken up two weoks ago and there Is u possibility of there being a Telegraph offico opened horo soon. OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science saya that old nee beelns with weakened kklneys and digestive ortruns. This being true. It U easy tabcllevo that by keeping the kidneys and digestive organs cleansed and In proper working order old age can be deferred utd life prolonged far beyond that by tbe average person. For over 200 years GOLD MUUAU Haarlem On has been relieving the weaknesses and disability due to advancing years. It Is a standard home remedy and needs no Introduction.' OOM) MEDAL Haarlem Oil Is inclosed Id odorless, tnsteless capsules containing about 5 drops each. Take them as you would a pill, with a small old-ti- swallow of water. Tho oil stlmulatei tho kidney action and enables the organs to throw off the poisons which cause premuturu old age. New life and strength Increase as you continue the treatment. When completely restorod continue taking a capsule or two each day. CiOl-I- ) MliDALi Haarlem OH Capsules will keep you In health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not wait until old age or disease have nettlod down for good. Qo to your tlrugglut and got a box of GOLD MIIDAI. Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Three sites. Hut remember to ask for the original Imported UOLD MKDAL brand. In sealed packages, 9 Q There Is not a telegraph office this county and our people have to stand an extra thirty cent telephone charge every time a messago is sent. in THE UNITED STATES UAILHOAD ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES Extension of Through Train Service to PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME 18 Of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Effective November 2nd. "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. LOUISVILLE A' NASHVILLE KA1LK0A1). For reservations or detailed information, apply to local tfekot agent. All Druggists J. 68 Greatest Importance. If your eji's nro showing any defects now U tho tiinu to cc DR. MOORE. The Optician READ SIGNAL 1' IN JONAS McKENZIE-STOR- E r , n r r'fcsi&t"-A- L '" - ' "', j; jjat4imifMmdmtZimbmmmiim ..: . mlyW yiffl mint, ;.!.,! aitiNAt, IK dm, 'mum ! M lilt. haMt AlAAJllMMMpr i"i MMiWfc grille, nr .rulN ,it MfHAT - 'V . if We want your geese and turkeys. Wi" pay the highest cash price for them. Also take Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Furs and Feathers "irtfi i""" DOES NOVEMBER 2 TO II MEAN TO YOU Public Speaking TV4 ? Division Officials Answer Questions About The Peace-Tim- e I 4 NT7TVi i rTVTTVr- - i iSTTWi ii 1T Red Cross W. R. GOTT & COMPANY. Till "Motor Corps, canteens and baa hospital units operating under the Department of Military Relief are being reorganized for peace time. First Aid Is being promoted In an effort to save lives. Soldiers In camps at home and abroad still have the Red Cross with them." W. E. Kellogg, Director, Department of Military Relief. "Red Cross courses In Home Hy. glen and Care of the Sick and Die. tetlcs, training and enrollment of nurses for public health service and preparation for community erner. gencles are making the Red. Cress nurse a vital factor In raising health standards at home." Miss V. Lou Lorlmer, R. N., Director, Department of Nursing. mvm L, OF COVINGTON, Will tfTJDGHE KY. ll WTTVl I T-1VT- TVT 1 t tttTTV 4-- M - has been organized. Information Service stsbllahed and Horns Service will, In many eases, be to meet the needs of civilian families aa neede of soldiers, and thslr families war met during ths war." "Disaster end Emergency Relief ... address the citizens of Rockcastle County in the interest of the Democratic Ticket at the following times and places : SATURDAY, NOVEMBER at 2 o'clock p. m. 8tarr,Cadwallader, Director, iW.t j. v V ,.. To Department of Civilian Relief. .. Had You Thought wel!-healedand ?4fspr.'r.'.-- . sa' v.' cfy'; 5wtje.r ft.'i- iaaj4WTwnwasjpjejsaAsRef itj can senoon is giving new ln .t.i. 1 j 1 . .. ready keep yourself satisfied, 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. eplratlon In work and play to teachers and pupils alike. It establishes a link with the world and trains the'chlldren In ths Ideal of International nelghborllness." Mrs. Harrison W. Iwlng, Director, Department of Junior Membership. MtVernon .i yfi" Hrndhoad r -- . 1 1 , i nil eawiay 'iieiaajsaasiaMsjjaMasJ .u ,. . , .!.- - ATUwayTKEElffl at 7:30 o'clock p. m. All are cordially invited. WALKER OWENS, Chairman Democratic County Committee. Every Dollar Our motto is, "Appreciation, considera- Membership A Vot of Confidence in Long words, but every tion and coustesy". individual knows what they mean. ijN' The American Red Cross The Bank of Mt. Vernon T. J. NICELEY, Pres. GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Vice-Pres. Trd Roll Call November CAMPAI6M 2-1- '- - . ', RICHAKD5, Cashier W. V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier I. 1 MANAGER DIVISION sbbbLiLibW' ANNOUNCES ROLL CALL QUOTA s n c. cox c. VERNON, KY: MT. h Friends That Never Fail MOTHER'S The constant, steady remarkable heater is a never failing friend when economy and even heat day and night are a necessity. It pays to investigate. love for the little one Cole's Original Hot Blast URNS CHEAPEST COM. CLEAN AND WUCHT. USES ANY FUEL Red Cross Third Roll Cat! t sign np 2.490,000 Cross members for Red Cross service is 1920, according to an announcement mads at Lake Division Headquarters today by MacKentle R. Todd, campaign manCONSTIPATION. ager for Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The beginning of almost every Chapters In Ohio. and Kenserious disease is constipation. If tucky, which numberIndiana have been 357, you want to onjoy good health supplied with campaign materia from keep your bowels regular. This division headquarters In preparation is best accomplished by proper for the November drive for Unidiet and exercise, but sometimes versal Membership. Cincinnati chapter has sent an ora medicine is needed and when buttons over that is the case you will find der for 70,000 the chapter by the numassigned division Chamberlain's Tablets aro excel- ber headquarters. Toledo has lent. They are mild and gentle 90,000 at least and Dayton la promised counting in their action, easy and pleasant on enrolling at least 63,000 members. to take. Give them a trial. They Ashtabula baa written Mr. Todd askonly cost a quarter. ing for double last year's quota. To date 85 of the 108 Ohio chapters 90 of the 144 Kentucky chapters and 69 of the 105 Indiana chapters have appointed special Roll Call chairmen to conduct local campaigns for hmembers. Red Cross peace service to humanity la as Important aa the organisation's war service, In effects for the betterment of X A man's best pal is his smoke 2X1 2XE 2X1 THE j ' .wM aaWaW Zjtk bB H 1 "Let's do the dam job together Ches, J Field Chesterfields? HY is that Tlf (millionsit now) more and more smokers are getting together with ' If Sav Ml Civ.. nd ILkfiH ill Wmm Why N Cut Your rH' WH ta HM It This WlnUrT You Can laelry r"'1 Wlth Tl,ta vk Your Home Community Neede Some Kind of Red Crow Service Your Memberehlp Dollar Will Help Secure That Service' imjH v(I favln NO A. Haatar. Act KOWI When Croup Threatens Quick iclief of baby's croup often forciulli a icrioiu iltuatloa when this drttded distue comet in the lata houti of night. Gke Your Dollar by Armietlee Day HtoAera VataiSMr tU4 Cn Ckaphr Hwutquartm to lUim t First of all, fine tobaccos. Our own buyers in the Orient send us the pick of the finest Turkish varieties (Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun). We blend these by a secret method with specially choice Domestic leaf. This method brings out new qualities of flavor s smoothness, a richness, a mellowness that go right to the spot. That's the reason Chesterfields- - satisfy. And remember "Satisfy" is Chesterfield's secret, based on our own private formula, which cannot be copied. Every package has a moisture-proo- f wrappinganother reason for Chesterfield's unchanging quality of flavor. EnUMtmlkwfmrl20 ftuSRAMES V JOINTHE L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians ivaronEN MAKSd SALVE will m sum tni asrmts " RED CROSS a J hi of Sfiatt't Vieoatft-UU tuuMiru. Wbu Cms uaimi, UU feliltrtil ultt rubUJ vill Uu Ulir. IW.M. Mcttvn taiU kcp cUu4M4f MiHiwxMwh IkfUma, vUIttUfratWcfetJaf tu preaou ream ucf. thm us pucw MUMMiif um iwwtiv cmia, IcUmU ei ,. tu y &? shto HMttr At Qwsttft I w wU m f im-af- mI. cfcUbaa c. U Mra-imbt. rtr oaktll.f n T terfiem h lies 44 BBBBLW. &JffjCtt&yJVi4(Zi j MsTztM fniUbr rMi 9 lOcUeuafLHM tnt au M mm IkklSI BimmDrug Cooapaay . Subscribe for SIGNAL Children Cry FIR FLETCHER'S CASTOR. A w H At 648 S. Fourth KY. LOUISVILLE, Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing U TUU Hew LMtla MLj&frt - jit iWW Mr 'mww 9Q for 20C 'and the blend can't be copied .BBT 'B.aA3RE5TIPIi I VtA'JZi.&g!mi MT. V1SKNUN SIGNAL, OCT. 31. 119. mm rmmmmmmm.mM rw da ' ZJwiAi gqfWlw Wfr ftmmmtmdwMfttf WA n "Make hay While the SUn Shines' of furnito keep a complete ture but with present market conditions it is a hard task. Our assortment, however, is by far the largest in Central Kentucky. Our prices are right and the furniture will at a glance show you the high quality. M Rrnthprc UP Mnrr f ar 4 Now is it We are having warm weather now but winter is sure to come. If you haven't gotten that heating stove, you are failing to make hay while the sun shines Our line of stoves is the best that is made, TVy are so constructed that they burn every bit of your coal. Remember we ran save 25 per cent of your coal bill. Don't forget we have the Majestic and Favorite Range K.wBiKaT:KasnSHWB(aBWitaarnKwaBB::eHKB2Ma3KS3ifw WE Furniture our best are doing Furniture stock DnHerA good time to repair and builU fence WIRE FENCE 4 ft. No. 9 top and bottom 4 ft. all No. 9 80C 55c Hay Bailing Wire 94x15. only $1.15 We have RUGS, COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS, MAJESTIC and FAVORITE RANGES, Linoleums, new stock of China, Lamps, Pianos, Victrolas, Davenettes, in fact anything you want. We invite you to visit us. The owner's appreciation growns us tho time gees by with quality and price. We have a new line of Dresses. Suits. Coats, Shirt-wui.s- N, Wo can please you Undergarments, etc. READY TO WEAR NEW COFFEE ROASTERS Our now Coffee Roaster is now going fine. You con now iret line, crisp, fresh roasted coffee Tf ii'luvi vrvT Va:i aee. rmesinf i rvtrv trout if mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmtimm you havent tried it. u'-i'i- Why Pay More Sugar Dolly Vnrden Klour I'Ywh Menus, Wagons 1 1C We have the biggest values in Men's Suits and Over coa's that can be found in Berea. Every ma a will find just what is best suited to his likes and at a price that will appeal to his common sense. Wo have complete stock of Hats, Caps, Soxs, Shirts. Men's Suits and Overcoats per lb f )loftt't Coffee $1.40 THE NEXT SHIPMENT WILL HE IIKilIEK 2 3-4 Ited. per lb Lenox Soap, large size our grocery Deiiartuient We make the best there is. Just ask our Grocery Department to tell you about it. Do You Like Peanut Butler ,25 .05 Complete, only $125.00 $3.25 6.25 Shoes and Harness Repair Shop . l-tuea-you Our shop is going ! frrtti--. Had s weather will soou ha lw.wrH vrtwtHrr,naes-thavhave-goed-sle- ROOFING Our prices arc lower than others. per square 90 lb. Slate Colored, " Best Galvanized, 9 Hotter hurry You can "Save the Difference" by trading With Hay Bailing Wire only . $1.75c WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE ;.., 1 I BERDA Judge Cam Kentucky's Greatest Store USE T1IE pfjOtffi AND'SAVB THE DIEFERENCUy Tl'llEKtil'LOSlS I'UKLIC SCHOOL CONTEST MOON SHINE STILL DESTROYED Mullins and deputy sheriff, W. G. Niceley made a raid in the eastern part of the county last week and destroyed a still, one kettle and about three hundred gallons of "beer. This was found on Power Mill "branch, on the waters of Horse Lick creek, near Cruise Post Office. If the people who call themselves good citizens woull assist the officers, the whi.skey "business would "be a thing of the past in this county. But instead of helping th off and "backing them up, they are criticising them. Those who know anything say, "be sure not to use my name, as I would "be killed or "burned out . Those who write letters have not got back bone enough to sign their names . God pity the man or woman who has not enough manhood or womanhood to sign his name, backing up his talk. Prom now on, when Iget a letter without a name siged to, I am going to have it printed in the county paper. T have a lettar in my poses-sio- n now with no name signed to it. I will give the party who wrote it ten dollars (10.00) to sign his nariie to it. God pity the neighborhood with such citizens. I have had to send men to jail for contempt of court, to make them tell the truth. But the man who will talk about the officers not doing their duty, and at time is so cowardly that he will get behind the curtain and criticize the other fellow, is not worthy of any consideration. I have done all in my power to enforce the law since I have been in office and the good citizens of the county know it. The records of my office show this. Now, Mr. Citizen, what is your record? What have you done to assist the officers to enforce the law? Askyour-se- lf the question, how many times have I gone to the officers of my county and told them of the violations of law that I know about? The county was organized and a committee appointid in each voting precinct, the members of which pledged themselves to report all violations of law to the officers. How many reports have you made? You can see that without your help the officers can do nothing. I hope that the good cicizens in all parts of the connty will stand behind the officers in the enforcement of the law. If you will the violations of the whiskey law will cease in less than thirty days. No county can make good progress withoutgood citizens. i-c- Pupils in all public, private parochial schools in the State qualifications whoso acadomio place thorn in the Sixth Grade or above. Prizes will bo awarded for the best essay written on the following subjects: Sixth Grade the Life History of the Common House Fly. zv- - C2SEB2ES5 ffi TUE '?! iVE S3 S A3. CAE ers First prize, fc.s, Second prizo, $i7.fo, Third prfre, $7..s. Soventh Grade Is the Public Health Nurso a Necessity or a Luxury? First pr!zi $25 Second prize. SI7 5"' Third prize, $7 50. Eighth Grade If You Have Tuberculosis, flow May Yuu Be Cured? How May You Prevent Othurs-FroTaking It? Firit prize, 50. Second prizo, S35. Third prize, JI5. Ninth and Tonth Grados What Does the MoJeru Health Crusade Mean ? First prize, $50. Second prize, $35. Third prizu,fc!u. Elovonth and Twelfth Grades Why Should 1 Buy Red Cross Christmas Seals ? First prize. $loo. Second prize, $70 Third prizo, $3o. Contest closes November 1919. 21, Most of the Grr. Cc..y nnics throughout ;hc country use- fleets of Ford Runabouts. 1 '.ic same in true of othc-- bfo corporations. The reasons are very practical. The Ford Runabout is the most economical solution of quick transportation from manufacturer to retailer. For soliciting business, for the Collector, fcr the Doctor, Contractor, Builder, and almost every other line cf business activity, the Ford Runabout is really a necessity. Vc solicit: your motor accessory business. We can serve you, we believe, to your best advantage. And bring your Ford cars to us for replacements and repairs because you will get the skilled workman and the genuine Ford parte. i Bryant Brothers MT. VERNON, KY, the-sam- e fcB&SEJy mP. TO THE YOUNG MEN WHO For futhor Information write Miss Jessie O. Yancey, Educational Secretary, Kontucky Tuberculosis Association, 509 Re public Building, Louisville, Ken tuolty. ANOTHER "DRY" VOTE "A burned child dreads the tiro, announced tho teacher during the lesson in proverbs "Now, glvo uioa sentence different in wording but meaning tho same thing." A grimy hand shot up from tho back of the class. 'Please, teachor,"cnmo a small '" READ THE SICNAL. When wo bought the Signal, we agreed to carry out, to completion, all contracts for advo'r Using. Soma of these contracts ure forcigarotte advertising. Af ter these contracts aro completed, tho Signal will not carry advertisements of clgarotts. This 617 is among the host paying advertising that we got, but tho best interests of our young manhood St ure worth rnoro than money. Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Send Via Parcel Post FOURTH AVE. CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, etc. SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS LOUISVILLE, KY. Known all over America CASTOR I A Subscribe for For Infants and Children . Yours - for consideration, CAM In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of . C'Xt--5- -- .... r, t MULLINS, County Judge. Ua I HA moohnrl vVilm AwnnAa the water." Blighty (London). && SIGNAL w,