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Ballou, who tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. recently moved to Hall, Ky., is T. Brooks and othor relatives NUMBER here gathering corn and shipping MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1919 VOL XXXIII and friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. hay. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman T. Lawrence have returned from Off ens, of Cor bin aro visiting her a visit with ielativcs at Bee father, J. G. Sowards.' Mrs. Lick. Charlie Hondrickson, ono Joan Sayers and Mts. Slernmu of Mt. Vernon's barbers, was Sexton, of Sniro. wereiru'ests of with his mother, Mrs K. J. fc)&Cwnd Mw.,"Jamos'itMcCaH during tho wook. Rev. Frmffyrflr.Saturday ofjast week A VALUABLE SlGN. and Mrs. Masters nro moving MISSOURI APPLE CROP Mrs. Martha French, of Stan Kentucky has evidontly given Mr. Morrow, Republican candi AN ACRE. Lancaster BRINGS $2,200 their household and kitchon During an epidemic in a small ford, is spending a 'few weeks date for Governor, a majoritj of abont 30,000. to Gum Sulphur where J. E. Johnson, Marmnvllle, Mo. with friends in this community. Should Be the Best Southern town every infected Rockcastle county voted for Governor and for and against tho they will store them until tho house was put under quarantine who is in the famous Ozark big, A. L. Ballou has sold his farm, Prohibition Amendment as follows: the complution of their house In the State After tho disease had been check-ed- , red apple belt, writes that they known as the Bethurum farm to on their farm just nut of (own an old nogress protested vigare cow in the midst of harvest- Mr. Soope, of Livingtton, con 3 t: limits. They will visit relatives ea o orously when tho health oflicers ing their crop of Bon Davis, sideration $4,250.00 Mr. Ballou Precinct Warehouse About Completed nnd friends for n fow days. S. 5 started to take down tho sign on Champion Blacktwig, Winesap, will stay on the farm until March. u" t? J? Mrs Roy Sowder is in Louisville Q her house. S Ingram and Gano apples. He Lewis McCall sold one cow and 2 Every indication points to one this week with her parents, Mr 175 127 87 67 "Why, Auntie," exclaimed the East Mt. Vernon says the apples are fine and the calf to Mrs. Hensley for $80.00 of the finest tobacco crops ever and Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton. A 138 106 211 205 officer, "why don't you want me West Mt. Vernon crop in bis section will reach 500 Mr. Houk remains very sick. largo crown from hero went to raised in Garrard county and to take it down?" 158 140 27 27 Roundstone carloads. Several orchardists Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hays, of OtStanford Monday ovoning to from tho encouragement recoived 162 31 33 89 "Well, sah," she answered, Scaffold Cone near him sold thoir crops for tawa, havo been with tho Houk hear William Jennings Bryan by the directors and stockholders "dey ain' be'n a 15 104 54 38 'Crooked Creek $4oo an acre for tho applos on family during tho week. Miss e Garrard Tobacco speak Regular services at the of the 41 51 79 73 near dis house sence dot sign Orlando the trees. Ono orchard of nearly Mollie Houk, of Lobanon Juncfrom tho growors of this Baptist church last Saturday and 125 75 80 212 Livingston let it alone !" went up. You-afifteen acres of York Imperials tion, is still by her father's bedSunday Miss iSallio Brooks, and adjoining counties, there Harper's. 116 56 67 66 Walnut Grove. . brought $2,200 per acre for just side Miss Dora Ballou is some why tho local who has been very sick with ty- seems no reason 106 122 49 96 Brown tho crop of apples on the trees better. She is suffering of a comnot be the phoid fever is uow on the road market here should 167 194 137 84 THE NAUGHTY TYPE South Brodhead . This does not seem possible, but plication of diseases. She was banner market of the state. to recovery. The Basket Ball 11 101 40 55 Mr. Johnson says that tho man so serious at one time she had to A certain editor and publisher Powers Garrard county has long been game between 13 rod h end and 41 41 83 58 who told him was a responsible be treated at St. Joseph's Hospiof a country newspaper in Kansas Pine Hill Columbia which was scheduled known as tho best tobacco coun114 104 45 39 man and he says ho asked him tal, Louisville was as iced to leave the community Wildie A. L. Ballou, for Sutuiday afternoon was post- ty in the state, the weed from 111 10 40 63 Red Hill several times, as ho thought tho who has been suffering with a county always bringing the as the result of a typographical poned on account of the heavy this 111 45 69 80 man had "his wires crossed, "but broken ankle, is better and ablo error in his report ot the wedding North Brodhead rnin, but was enjoyed by a largo top prices on ovory market on he said not. aid that it was a to go to tho election. Miss Gold-i- o of tho mayor's daughter. 1536 717 826 2020 crowd Sunday afternoon and was which it has boon sold, and with bona-fidsale and that the buyer After exhausting his supply Emerick, who is teaching in the present fi no crop raised this the county by 1184 votes. ono of the best games that lias Mr. Morrow carried would make good money on them Jackson county, is . expected being sold over the local of large words about the "blush-inbeen played here this season year and Tho Prohibition Amendment carried by Big votes. S kc a? noma for Thanksgiving. bride," he said: "The large Miss brakes, it is not unreasonable to SJn. favor Yltfd?ffre WS-lbVer'3'75 ballots printed lor this county. tbo bushel and was gathering Emoriclc is giving general satis- U lJV OUi fljKj.-'-t suuuiu elaborate bouquets ol roses were There general election there were 2850jvotes counted. tuav '1.1 " ot Brouheau T J Wicoloy was s"l)PUhe In tho says tho V faction. Miss Ruby Houk, who theffi, punk, MLISIL.SSjLLULq.vJUSlS. ue2"oTes"We"P3"cOunCCo,ro"B'Tfie ProhfblFio"ri"ATnenclment. down from Mt. Vornoti crop and unheard-o- f is teaching Rawena, Russel cou with a good Tho mayor demanded a cor Last year the farmors of this day .Tho vaudiville which has been Tho candidates elected in the town election are as follows: prices which buyers are offering, county lost something like $too,-oo- o rection and apology in tho next is with hor grand father, Mr. William Carmicle. in our town all week is being Well Police Judge, oven the orchardists are sur- C. Houk, who is seriously ill. all of which the by selling to "piuhookcrs," wook's issue, H. Fish. W. Trustee. Man', attended The "Show prised. Mr. Johnson is planting Mrs. M. Hartz is with her grandeditor was glad to promise. W. B. Sigmon, Trustee, fnys he expects to leave Brod-l.iii- d taking their tobacco to tho mark an orchard himself. Last spring daughter, Mrs. Henry Daily, at Tho next issue contained: "We ets of Lexington, Danvillo and F. E. Miller. Trustee, with a barrel of money. he received $i,4So from 2 wish to apologize for tho manner Mt. Vernon. Elmer Petciful. Trustee, Mrs. J. P. Watson was In Mt. Richmond and seeing their crop acres in strawberries. boauti in which wo disgraced the Jonnie Clout z. Trustee, Vernon this weok the guest of sold for double what they were ful wedding last week. Through li r daughter, Mrs. F. L. Dur- paid and in some instances trebPLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE SIGNAL GIVES REoULTS an error of tho typsetter wo were Quite a crowd from hero led. Tho farmers and tenants ham OF ELECTIONS, IN PARTY POLITICS. AND DOES NOT HARRISON COUNTY FARM made to say, 'the roses were We do want to say that when attended the Basket Ball game aro getting wise now and thoy COMMENT ON THE RESULTS. SELLS FOR $400 ACRE. S don't proposo to be caught "nap punk., What we wanUd to say a telcgrnm came from Louisville asking for the vote on tho Prohibetween Mt. Vernon and Columnoses were pink.' was that 'the Cynthiana, Ky.,Nov. 3. Frank ping" again. bia played at Mt. Vernon last bition Amendment that we gave this vote with pride. However this Lair today sold his farm of sixty- In ton days the Garrard Tobac Friday. Mrs. P. A. Shelton had Miss Syblo Cummius, who has amendment seems at this writing, to have lost in tho state as a THE PILl.? WHO TOOK eight acres on the Leesburg pike, a her guests from Thursday un- co Warehouse will be completed whole, aud we are far from being proud of that. been sick for several days, is to Tom Asbury, of Carlisle, for The little daughter of a hometil Saturday of last week her sis- and when douo will bo the best better. Born, October 28th to $400 an acre. one in die state. It is just about opathic ph ysician received a ring the wife of Rayrae Shepherd, a ter, Mrs. J. M. Croan, of Shep Swinebroad. tke.ReilEiUUUu tho record boy. Mr. and Mrs. George Doau, and aunt, Mrs. G. S. the size of tho "'Public Square" with a pearl n it on thcCbrisU price for farm land in Harrison of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday she Hill and little Miss Florico Hill, in Lancaster and 125 wagons can mas treo. Two days later The last half of Octobor.Sw county. easily be accommodated within poked hor head tearfully in at tho with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marler. of Lebanon. Leonard Davis, the Real Estate man of Bentley Sparks and Robert Fish its doors. Every pound sold can door of her father's offlco. Mrs. John Fletcher and Miss Lancaster, was kept busy holdClarence Durham, of Virginia, "Papa." she sobbed, "Papa, ing sales. On October I5, he were dowu from Mt. Vernon Sat be prized iu the huge building his brothers, Jones and RECORD PRICE FOR LEAF Nancy Sowder spent Tuesday is with my urday. Mrs. Walter Robins and and loaded into tho cars on tho I've lost the little pill out of sold for Mrs. Geo. Backer, Mrs. Charles Durham this week. Georgetown, Ky. Oct. 29. The with Mrs. Pete Cummins Born, by the company, ring. owned little daughter, Inez, and little switch Lynn Buster and Mrs Wm.Geary, Misses Rissie Mullins is with highest pt ice for tobacco reported October 29th, to tho wife of Bullock, a girl. Mr. A. C. son, Walter jajel, are in Mt. and which accomodates nineteen 865 acres of land in Wayne Coun- her sister, Mrs. Tom Baker, this was paid W. L. Nutter for 50,000 WOULDN'T DO , Vernon with relatives and friends cars. ty, adjoining the town or was in ponnds, a Loxington company Sowder, who has been with his week. Estill Mullins PLENTY OF BUYERS. A crowd of young folks were Johnny and Jimmy wero at a to various parties in build- Knoxvillo Saturday and Sunday. 85 cents, plus half of profits and son, Paris, in Tennessee, is w ith friends and relatives here. Mrs. down from Mt. Vernon WednesMessrs L, G. Davidson, John party ond being away in a corner ing lots and farm for the aggreThe election passed off quietly paying $5,000 in advance. Muttie Cox, of Cincinnati, is vis day evening to attend the vaude- M. Farra and R. L. Burton have at supper time, thoy wero not gate sum of $94,50d.83. On tho ut this place. J. H. Mullins bas iting relatives at this place. ville. Mrs. W. A. Carson and just roturned from North Caro- looked after very well. They 18th ho sold for Milo Simpson a erected a new dwelling and store Hare yon read what Daniel Mrs. Charlie Fletcher and childMrs. Ed Nowland was in Mt Ver- lina and Virginia and report to- managed to get some jelly and tract of 75 acres of unimproved house where his house was burnnon betweou trains Wednesday. and butter but no spoons. land in Garrard county at an av- ed recently. Corn is very badly Webster said in tho U. S. Sen ren, spent Monday with Mrs. bacco on these munkets bringing bread "How shall wo eat our jelly ?" erage oi $214. 00 per acre. On the damaged in this part by the wot ate when it was proposed to get John Marler. There will bo fabulous prices, bringing homo Castle Roclr, Montana . railway to Cali 91 Bf I10 cnlH fni R. W. Oninn Viio at this place Saturday and more than asked Jimmy. samples that brought weather. Some of it. has been a transcontinental Oct. 25 i9iq. fornia? Hear him : Sunday conducted by Rov. Noo. "Balance it on our bread and farm of 335 acres in Morcer washed off that was on the creek ono dollar a pound. Mt. Vernon Signal. county to different parties at an bottom School is progressing "What do wo want with this The corn crop throughout tho These gentlomen while there butter," said Johnny. On tho 22nd of October, wo tried that," retorted Jimmy average price of $280.00 per nicely herewith Miss Ada Mul. vast worthless area, this region county is very badly injured by "I succeeding in contracting with htida hard rain early in tho morn- several buyers, among them, J. "but it won't stay on; it's too acre; a portion of the farm with lins as teacher Forrester Mul- ot savages and wild beasts, of the rain wo havo been having for ing; this rain soon turned to about 243 lins was in Livingston Friday. deserts and shifting sands, of the past three weeks. Mr. TipP. Taylor, and Company, P . Lo nervous." Chickasaw Propeller. tho improvements, suow and by ten o'clock, the acres, averaged $301.00 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker were cactus and prairie dog? What ton, of the Renfro section, will' rillard and Company, li. J. Rey snow was two and one half feet STUTTERINC REPARTEE On the 22nd he held another guests oi Mrs. Baker's mother. can we ever hope to do with move to tho largo building that nolds Company, American To- deep. It is now twenty degrees baMv- who was in the habit of sale in Garrard County and sold Mrs. C. E. Mullins Sunday-B- ob the western coast, a coast of W. J. Sparks has erected at this A man co Company, Liggett and below zero. Tho cold weather Mullins is preparing to 3000 miles, rockbound and cheer pleaco tno first of the year. ors I'lobacoo Lompauy, uuciney stutterting was asked why ho did I40 acres for N. J. Gosney at is coming earlier than usual. Mr. $275.00 per aore. Again, on the erect a new dwellinS house soon. less, uninviting and without a Mrs. Jake Bray, ot tho Wabd and Saunders. W. R. Hampton so. Lee Norton, son of J. E. Norton, Company and G. O. Tuck Tobac-charbor. Mr. President, I will section, spent Tuesday with her peculiarity," re- 24th, he sold at auction for J. L. "That my sent his little sou, Andrew, to nover vote ono cent from tho biother, Wm. Lovisay, near this Butler his homo of 190 acres in turned the man. "Everybody Company. Bolder, Montana to school. This Lincoln County at $150.00 per WILMOTT CHAPEL SCHOOL public treasury to place the place. Master Orville Sowder peculiarities." Some competitive propaganda has his is his second term and ho is leari1-lu- g "I have none," asserted the acre. On the 28th, he sold for Those who were on tho honor Pacific coast one inch nearer to has been suffering with a sore has betn going over tho country fast. Zadu Norton and Jesse leg for nearly a weok caused by Allen Edelen I70 acres of land roll last month were as follows: Boston than it now is." to the effect that tho Garrard other. Decker had quito a race on Octo-toba hurt ho recoived whilo walkin Mercor County, in two tracts "Don't you stir your tea with Company Tobacco Warehouse Grade 1. Lucian Borders,Lot- 23rd with a wolf. They of 85 acres each at an average Maine, by an overwhelming ing down tho steps ut school. would not be able to sscure the your right tie Fowler. chased it ten miles and caught it. price of $162 5o per acre. And "Yes." knock that vote, recently endorsed the pro- Leonard Hines, who bas been buyers This should They are very much pleased with Grade 2. Columbus and Sam posal to ruiso the bonded indebt working in Harlan forsomu time Bas-tion November 1st for H. V. "Well, that's your a "cocked hat," for all of the tholr catch. Thoy are planning into will be hero and many a brick rosidonco and about 4 Hcskins. Owen Halcomb and Iva oduess of State highways from is with komefolks. use a Most peoplo abovo to bring it to Keutucky this fall acres of land just at the edgo of Brock. spoon." Junior Herald. $2,000,000 to 10,000,000, giving more, as soon as mo proper The combined conference of Wo aro having quite a number of the city limits of Lancaster in bo arranged Grade 3. Kelsio Halcomb, Ev additional $8,000,000 to bo spent the National Consumer's League, prizing rooms can cases of flu. Tho peoplo of the SUPPLYING THE LOSS Garrard county, for $1175o.oo, ereit Brock. Orlena Fowler, and on the State road system. This the Kentucky Conference of Sofor them. Castlo Rock Community Club had A professor of science well and on the samo day two build- Hazel Simpson. Is one of the instances showing Tho gentlemen who visited cial Work and tho Kentucky a Basket social. After supper, danced tho rest of the night North Carolinu, Informs us that known for his absontmindedness, ing lots for Roy Schooler at Maddox country wide movement for bet Confercnco on Americanization tboy Grade 4. Clarenco bot highways, as reported to the will be held in Lovisvillo. Novem Total sales and tiiram Hoskins. Bnslcetsjand dance tickets brought in conversation with Mr. William was engaged in a deep controver $1700.00 each. $15o.oo which was used for the Reynolds, of tho R. J. Reynolds sy one day with a United States Department of Ag ber 2o to 21 with Newton D. Baamounted to $312,402.00. All of Grade 5. Tohn and Tony Bay- riculture, which administers tbo benefit of the hall. Everybody Tobacco Company he told them when his wife hurridly entered these sales were very successful ker, Secretary of War and Presi. had a good time. lor. Nellie Maddox, Katy and that Garrard County tobacco was the room. "Oh, my dear," she and again demonstrated the fact Mossil Simpson, Llllio Brock, Federal Aid Road Act. dent of tho National Consumer's Zadk Norton. Mrs. that when it comes to selling land used extensively in thoir "Prince cried, "I've swallowed a pin." League, tiding as Chairman on Payne, Rosil, Maggie, The professor smiled. "Don't Swinebroad is in a class by him- Marion tobacco and Albert" smoking the evening of Novembor 20. MEMORIAL BRIDGE. Ella and Elbha Hoslcins. that it would give him great pleas- worry about tt, mv dear, ' he self. His experience iu making Among the subjects to be dis WUrVboBeOfw Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 28. The Grade 6 Anna Brock, Prova ure in sending one of their best said in a soothing tono. "It is of subdivisions and knowing how to Fowler, Edgar Knuckles, Boone movement started here by War cussed at the conference aro: OfAMillionWxfcm Here, he sell larms and his judgment of buyers to this market.Now that's no consequence. Willie Hoskins. Mothers to erect a memorial Family Wulfuro. Race Relations, the word with tho "birlc" on it fumbled at his lapel "Hero is tho valuo of land and make his Saylor, and spelled btidge to soldiers and sailors over Rural Development, Recreation, This school went and services much sought- after and and goes to show that Garrard another pin." ThtAnnricmHi 4 Cro will bo brought Health, Education, j Industrial mi ho is ono of tho fow real estate chestnut Grove school Friday. Kentucky river county tobacco is known all over "If" to make mention of before the State convention in Relations, Americanization, Child men who havo realizod that the Wo want tho country. Can you doubt for Wolfaro and Red Cross Homo year Loxington. "Private Blank," said tho Col- real estate business. a minute that tho buyors will not a, profes- John L. Saylor, tho eleven Service who reprimanding a sion and must be ca&tucted so old son of Mr. E. H. Saylor, bo on the floors of the Garrard onel severely, NOT EXACTLY HIS MEANING HIGH PRICES FORECAST. Tobacco Warehouse? Lancaster doughboy for a minor breach of as to secure and hold tho confi- spelled the who school down, his twelve year old A teacher giving u locture on ono and military regulations, "what would dence of those with whom be Danvillo, Ky., Oct., 28. I. M. Record. do if I should tell you that deals. Swinebroad also believes hrother. Boone put him down.. Dunn, Leo Murphy and Eugene the rhiuocerous found his class you Our array is returning to these you wero to bo shot at sunrise? " lu printer's ink and we judge Wospak of this because John Harmon have returned from an was not giving him all the Volunteer NowAfl&ur "Gosh Colonel," replied the that he spends more in advertis has been sick most of his life and inspection ot tobacco markets at attention it should. "Now, gen. shores elghtoen thousand tons Chapter Headquarters huskier than when it loft, Tho Yank, watching tho shadow of a ing than any other real estate hasn't been to school more than Wilson. Framville. and Green tlomen," he Said, "if you want to Third RedfottlUlCiH average increase in weight of tho grin s veal over his officer's face, man in the business and is there - two years in his life, ville. N. C and declare that realize the true hideous uuturo of HOUSTON, November 2-American soldier was twelve ''I'd sure pray for a cloudy day," by able to give nis clients the .best I higher prices than last year in I this animal you must keep your Miss Mattie Teacher. 'eyes fixed on mo. " pounds to a man. The Passing Show, Kentucky are certain. of service. o itittftf mum FOR 1 ' MARfiTBURG NEWS GREATER ROCKCASTLE" y TOBACCO TO BE HIGH Market SMILeS REPUBLICAN LANDSLIDE FftRft GRft BE fur-nilu- ro fc." Ware-hous- ll e g : -- ok-. at0 -- -- -- n-t- y, 2 000 HOP E WE NEW LL ine-broa- WITHERS Tbis-is-'said;- to-b- e 000 Del-be- rt Monti-cello- 000 ser-vic- es o p-- p p-- p or 000 t-- t n s-- s 11 fellow-stude- 000 1bSctuvMWfir m i. 000 ex-ce- pt 11 1 1 ft r wrTTrTTv . c . y kr.'Li'i.i "'"'.. n. Kit. H ii 'kuiUi siMa!,, tfov.7. 1,-i-fl iWlww,'i"'v 7wiSiiIiiiiMiiiiliiiii.iciiiiii ,'inWMWirii wh in n'r " ''- - jjifc.fc i,W' SI T. V iRN 0 N I GNAL 7. Pkidav, Niv n)i9 Published every Friday by 11. 7 YOUNG SUBSCRIPTION ONK VKAR tor kindly notify tho Secretary telophow!, or in is what is to put anil pioject thiu nurt'ed pud this is what wo w.mt from j on. Dou'l wait but d) this row so wu can ktuiw whether or not to depend on you to lulp pt.t Rockcistle with the best in tie eitlcr by letter, p6r-uii. EH Children Cry for Fletcher's 4& Icratja $1 O" on State. Vern Do it now. E FOR S Advtrtisinp rnfr application 'uic known MKMJ1KR OF BNTUC CV I'KHSS ASSOCIATION Trustees for the town of Mt elected iv'i; in Johnny Cloniz. W H Sigmon. Floyd Miller. Klmer Perciful and W. II. Fish There were two boanls running and these are the five who were selected from tin two boards. Judge W, H. Tuc.-NdiiCar-iulc.- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been la use for over thirty years, has borne tha signature of and has been made under his per- scnal supervision since its infancy. UZC7jr, i4(6UQZ 4U0W. no one t tlcelve you jn tnjs iUl Counterfeits, Imitations aria " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. " CjC&fflttfaj. Just-as-go- v;n Police .Iixlg by a mjaority of in over his heavy weight opponent, Fred I.. TI10 formers and b umiicss ir.on Durham. of Rockcastle scums to be united County Agonb Spence will in an effort to have a county agri meet his Junior Agricultural cu tin nil nfjont for this county. Word comes from every section clubs and hold their aumnl exthat the folks of that section are aminations ns scheduled below. Monday Nov. 10th, Graded anxious for the work to continue and the Knckcastlc Agricultural School, Livingston 2:.'lo p. m. Tuesday , Nov. nth, Graded Association is adding now mem bers every day. The main object School, Mt. Vernon, 9:00 a. m. of this association is to provide Wednesday Nov. 12th, Graded ways and means to insu re that a School, Brodhead fl:,"jo a. in. county agent will be kept on the Nov. 13th, Cove Thursday, job. The following is a list of School, Orlando, 10:00 a. in. members to date: Je?s Fish, Friday, Nov. 14th D. L. Car Daniel G. Bullock, U. G. Baker, ter's II urn me", 9:oo a, m. John 0. Tayior, R. A. Sparks, V. C. Johnson. S. P. Caudill, C. YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS n a po,t. D. Sutton, L. W. Bethuruiu, absolutely PRKB a al card will Rev. D. A. Webb, H. T. 10c package of.l'IONKKR HKALTH hcrlml compound. Young, President; Arthur Mor- HKRBT, indi, For crnstipation, bllliousness, ris, IJ. S. Albright. Joshua gestion, rheumatism, female complaint W. 13 Fish, Secretary; T J. malaria, kidney trouble, purities tho 'j stem, keeps yon Adiflo(mnti, W J. Sparks, Dock blood, lotic3 ctteruus otter NOW. well. Accent. vUis Wynn, Floyd Miller, Treasurer dress B. C. Totten, Pioneer ""ryou'arFihTeresTeTin "this mat" ton, D. C. Dick-Morri- s, olil-tim- c 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 la constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What 5s CASTOR A 5 Rockcastle & Adjoining Counties T HIS store has the largest stock of shoes ever carried in the county. Fine shoes, Heavy shoes, Solid leather Baby shoes, Children's shoes, Tough hide shoes, High top shoes, GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signature of ALWAYS C&a&zM&Skl In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CENTAUR COM PAN V, Mr VOHK CITV. shoes, Girl's shoes, Men's shoes, Boy's shoes, Ladies' shoes, Godman shoes, Walton shoes, Lion Brand Shoes. Selby shoes, Walk-Ovunder the market price. er shoes, !RiKSX3 Bore-ins- THE VSITED STATES U.iTlMdXU AIHHYlNTItATIOX ANNOUNCES Extension of Through Train Service to CALL AND SELECT YOUR WINTER FOOT WEAR TO-DAY. u JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ALL KINDS OF BALL BAND RUBBERS. Dr.M.K. PENNINGTON WILL BK IN 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 tc NASHVILLE KAlLltOAI). For reservations or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. MT. VERNON, NOVEMBER By request of my patients, 1 Sutton & McBee "The Clothcraft Store" I XOth shall coinoto Mt, Vernon on Monday, November 10th. 1 shall be at the Rockcastle Hotel, but can stay only a few days. Meet me promptly if you want your Dental work done. DR. M. K. PENNINGTON. g r If not providentially hindered will preach at the following points: Ravenwood, next Sun- day at 2 o'clock p. m.; Pleagant (Jill, third Saturday night and 4. Sunday at ten o'clock a. in ; Green Hill at 2 o'clock p. m. samo uay, anclat Buckeye lourtli Sunday at 11 o clock a. m. J. V. RlDDI.K. iI -t- XTTXT 4, iTTV4 ZDd23: Pxi"blio Sale The J. P. Riffe Farm Beginning at 10 Rev. K C Lacy of Versaillo Kv.. will begin a meeting at Unchristian Chutch on Wednesday. t A man's best J&13& Nooinber i2th. The people r.f the town and county are invited. 8 Life 0u pal smofm ishis a m. on j Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, ol Palmar, Okla., writes: "From the time 1 entered into womanhood I looked with dread Ircw one month to the next 1 tulfcfcd with my tuck and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was n misery. I wculd think I could not cadure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help . rr.c until, one day, I decided to f tKnotty problem? Let me help" Ches. Field is right! A smooth, mellow smolcols just the thing, when you'ro tip against a tough one. And Chesterfield is that smoke. An expert and exclusive blend is responsiblefinest, silkiest Turkish tobaccos from Wednesday, Nov. 1 2th 8 f. 8 cated 2i miles south cf on Liberty pike. Improvements: Niuu room residence, two halls; three porches; electric lights; concrete dairy; cistern; and all necessary outbuildings; one large horse barn: one large cattle barn; rue small cattle barn, one cistern at hoise barn; three never failing wells with twenty led concrete troughs; one largo pond fed by spring; four springs; orchard; stock scales. Stock: Sixty head sheep; four head 900 lb cattle; n nuiubei of hogs; one pair mules, 5 and G years old; one mulo. one horse, one A few pieces of household furniture. wagon, harness. Terms mado known on day of sale. Ilotts-tonville- will oirer for sale, my place, former home of J P- Rifle, containing 2G0 acies that will produce as much pur acre as any farm in tho state. LoI - u ... "TTELP" , H nevor-failin- g TAKE G. C. Col, John B, Dinwiddio, Auctioneer RIFFE ixttk't -- Hustonville, Kentucky Tht Woman's Tonic ' I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardul, and I am still in good health. . . I would any woman or girl to use Cardul who Is a sufferer from any lemale ad-vi- se 8 ysi Xanthi, Cavalla', Smyrna and Samsoun, and the best varieties of Domestic leaf put together by tins manufacturer's private formula that brings out every last bit of flavor. No olher process, no other blend, can successfully imitate Chesterfield's smoothness and flavor. No argument here! Chesterfields satisfy as no other cigarette has ever satisfied full-bodied ! before. 4 i --yyrTvr-r i t yvTTVi i i isrr We want your geese and turkeys. Will pay the highest cash price for them. 4,ffS&ilfady. JA4, vvaogi t trouble." If yousulfer pain caused w. R. GOTT & COMPANY. Also take Poultry, Eggs, Hides, urs and Feavthers from womanly trouble, or If you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build upyour system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe it will help you. run-do- E. .&. J3..BTT TP er mo H i' S mJJkM I All Druggists 1.M 20 for 20!c ana the blend itf&vt can't be copied W- - Tr "rurarjcti 'J r MT, VtJl"N BMNAJj, ooMi iiS. fVf ft M s'nWi s'ssWIn Stftoa IM ILLJu?4rVfflSirnB9kl ttmlliifflffiiffll IfflBBP jeLg iTilWiiMhsfi iiVm,firCiutiM,Hi''n T. V 10 SIGNAL V, ' It N 0 N LOCAIi Hut whero thoy all out nd bo satisfied. J. 13. MckENZIK, near the depot iO Phone No. 51. 17-t- f KUNON, KY, Ocl. 31, 1919 7 ffcAWtLLVM JfK&BPKw. 7". I.. A up "No. 79" wuenr mint toOommunl. t, on wltlt HIONAL Prom tho amount of whiskey in evidence on old Mdn street on elaction day, thoro is a good supply of the "Wet goods" In Rock-castl- o yet. Samuel McCIuro died or. morning. Mr. McClure was soventy.four years old and had been or a long timo a very familiar character on the streets of Mt. Vernon. Sat-urday ALLandWIOT GOODS ARR1VI NGirtaJT 1. V Ti SsKSfi tOUItVlllt A NUtMVlUC n n.co. Every train brings us some new things to add to our large showing of fall and winter goods. ' f't TIMB TABLE. 12 '11 We are better prepared now than ever before to show you what you want in: Phone us and we will dellvor you fresh meats at any timo. Mckknzik'h Restaurant. Vi 12:33 p m 12:4S a m 'JI In the next issue, wo shall Agent. givo tho names of tho contribu J as. Landkum, tors to Children's Home CamPhone No. 8. paign. Wo want our readers to rntere.l at the Mt Veruon, Kjr. Poalotlcs know who those friends of the mall matter. as i orphans are. 8:35 a m itconcl-clam- north north south South 5.i8pm Suits for Men Women and Children V ClojhH J . -- r V V: V For frost groceries, candies, still vcrv fruits a nd meats go to J. B. Mc sick. KKNXt Bs. near the depot. tf. Bentley Sparks drove a car to A numbor from hero went to Knoxville for some p:op!o from Stanford Monday night to hear North Carolina. Mrs Elizabeth Horde, of Dal- W. J. Bryan. Those who went las, Texas, is visiting her aunt, were: Mrs. Mary Williams. Mr. ard Mrs. E. S. Albright, Mrs Clara Lucy, sister of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sutton, W. Mrn A II. McFerron, .was with A. McKenzio, Wilburn Miller, Mt Vernon relatives from Sat- Louis Miller, Arthur Cooper, urday until Monday. Dr. Owens, .Joe McKenzic, Klmoro Stanley was homo from Cleo Brown and Vorna Outturn, Ohio for th; election. Finzel, Misses Helen Aultman, Ho and Johnny Taylor will return to the Ohio oil fields Sun Risse Williams, Ethel Azbill, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee. day. T. K. ( Tom Mod ) Mullins, a ThirSunday Citizen, of Ash-- ; mighty clover guutlcwau of the .Withers section, was In town vil!e-N- . C. in their issue of Nov. josletday with his usual pleas-nu- t ember 2nd, published the followsmile. ing: Mr. Thomas Ball, now of Wash- . Miss Lela Sumner and Profesington, D. C. has beeti vory acB. Anderson, both tive in the Republican campaign sor Charles teachers ol tho Ashville Farm Ho will go back in Rocltcastlo. school, wero quietly married to Washington Saturday. .Imlgo R. G. Williams spoke to Saturday afternoon at tho resia good crowd Saturday at Court dence of Dr. R. P. Smith, who House, but it was so vory stormy officiated at the ceiomony, iu tho tint he did not u to Brodhcad presence of only a few friends for his other appointment. Mrs. Anderson relatives. and Mr. Harris Whito, of Cumber, was reared iu Buncombe county lain county, Ky., is visiting rela und lias spent most all her life in lives iu Rockcastle. Mr. White Ahlivillo, whero she lias many was reared in this county and friends. Professor Anderson is Ins many friends are glad to see a Keutuckian. him again. Mr. Anderson was born and . Mrs..Gus Staverson, Mrs. Bello teared in Rockntstle county. Ho lIuirr'MrSi'Tack.Hyslniftjr. : M rsr has many friends here' and all r..-.- .. "W riSJr. Mtaw Came Lair Louise who know him have the highest Hysingor and Austin Staverson regard foi him as a Christian were in Danville shopping Thurs- gentleman. He was overseas in day, the Y. M. C. A. servico and you want meat all tho lim made a splendid record We ex If w. will take caro of you if you tend to him aud to his bride will take care of us. lour very best wishes. II. H, McClure is J I Mes-dame- PEHSQftAL Come in and see us when you come to town. WE SELL the family. Iurou3l Shoes for Father Mother & the Kids Don't buy until you see what we have for winter Underwear And when you think of anything to wear, THINK OF CASH for all m THE STORE O ugHCo O s Union Suits. FOR MEN AND BOYS WE SHOW -- OTTCKL VUHKH iw,f S -- - 32 .Mmm ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. T7 LLEADIHOJ THD BIGGEST . STOCK" OF RUBBER FOOTWEAR IN Two very desirable adjoining lots on Adams Street, abundance of wati'r during dry season, sanitary concrete spring house, all outbuildings. S'zt necessary one 125x20?, one flox2io. Apply W. B Spivby, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 'in c. e; cox H THE highforstandardinthis bank set itself MfVERNON,gkYr the con duct of its business is a protection Friends That Never Fail la'" 'mmm 1m'm love for the little one MOTHER'S The constant, to its depositors in every emer gency.and under all circumstances, steady-hea- t X- - H,'nnao n. remarkable heater is a never failing" friend when economy and even heat day anch night are a necessity. K x -- &. It pays to .iav$tigate. Cole7s Original Hot Blast PREVENT PNEUMONIAi MoTarf nf & cimnle ccftA is fiften .lirrt mitt nt nniimonta. Chll dren do not like to take nauseating rnediane out ao lice ine louuumj effect ol the external remedy, t. this institution is one of helpfulness. .We should like to number you "am6ung"ouf PEOPLES BANK " The spirit of I IURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL UnlTrVTitf'e .. ...WM.. ... W ViSTA I?l! ANT. -- w V ... ....... ' Saves Caruaa "" - w Stop, Listen to Reason. Stomach Trouble, Locomotor Debility Inataxia and id many more somnia, all these a ailments can 10 promptly relelved by taking osteopath treatments of Prof. Moore. A trial convince tho most skeptical Otlice over McKenzio TOBACCO FARMS tyVltrrra rllgliUr nllliiT,orii mill" from JfU rivln whrat. will liniimrnl, IikiiIwI lour miles Wl nrrVn irurtlr)ty ronrUt of n ipxxl liiiiiniYenw-iifrom CliarliMon, til right room nnl Iwlli, Isup1 lurn uilli i Iml, utt fllo, tarsr i1ou1UmtII;s mill: t liiillillnip,fUfivof Hilt unit lunn ri In Mu Knim, M diTi- - In lin liunl rm4 ninl 1 lun-r- , IS wm In timothy ml i Imi-- mul J) r l'rlii li urn' m ri' In t lot Ml Hinixtrjonlhmrllv wv lmu til whi'iit. loculi'il A iutli4 from I'lmrlo.loii ,mpr(mH,, M frv, , mll.'A fnim t'hurlfston. l'rtlt'a SUU lvr nt'lv. I7W i ana AH yzsM kn rn laPajfl vUfM Why Not Cut Your Fuel Bill In Half This Winter? You Can Eatlly Do It With This Great Fuel ;,,,, vll ,,. Restaurant. Mt. Vernon, Ky. ton, ITIw IU1 CASTOR I A In Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature . I , 'i imm aiTfii, iftir rmprovruii-uni iv. lTIco ;. Cliarlciitoii, rlty Hmlw 't Ml,Tliur, Ul arrvn ) artjoliilii In tMii nniiiili-liKtt ol luiproiriiii'iitii, M Mlimt, iTlw IISUM, UiM (arms am limn ttoiw. on pxnl AH of tli rik,-4- . In a lilKii ihu' or ruimaiioii ami nm in ilii.t. luiimwl,ilS illi' from t'luirlo. r iii' intav Hmme'a Vatjomentha Salve U ap plied bf rubbing this delightful ilve into tho chest and under the arms. m Tfc rMolc ti llmMt Intti&t relief Iron crouo oa coitu. it la not oouiuit iot ruDborncuet ol poauraonia to luccomD titer a lew Recon- sBDllcaiiou. nrndcJ br tloctott for the yoonceii bU u well m lor crown-sn- . 10c 60c M n.20 ct ell dni( n4 truer 1 wmple Fret nortt upoa reaori to HH WUltwr 3U1IX rm.Fm ! J$n i.ri lli K?m wit lata & I b Savins B,'WS11 Heater. Act NOWI THE MOST DANGEROUS orenni of the humiin lmportnnt to unci No DISEASE Ttl OJTttUS. ., I . sa?7 in .... .'.- HBKniii niimDamf m Mlllliaa Mill ileal Mill H9 Mill HBB3 ill l "" '.MM ' W. Rati U, r CiK?nv ffjMM t f1" " xl JlJ?ZM .fiN5v MMnwym:w VST!7AUKlif ll mj c "V . jC j$ jTJyiV y .Wjr.fJIAJU Nl liall StL'K'CVlL 9LS S. iiT-j- WSHf-v- body are ao Get some GOLD MEDAL, IlrarUm OU health lonff lire a tho kidneys. When thoy alow up and com-mtn- Capsules at once. They are an old, tried to lac In their duties, look out! preparation used all over the world for Kind out what the trouble la without centuries. They contain only delay. Whenever you feel nervous, aoothlnt; oils combined with weak, dltzy, Buffer from sleeplessness, strength-givin- g and system-cleansin- g: or have pains In the back mute up herbs, well known and used by physiat once. Your kidneys need help. These cians In their dally practice. GOLD are signs to warn you that your kid- MEDAL Haarlem OU Capsules are neys are not performing- their funcdirect from the laboratories In tions properly. They are only hair Holland. They are convenient to take, prompt relief or dolnsr their work and aTe allowing Im- and wWl either purities to accumulate and be convert- your money will -be refunded. Ask for ed Into uric acid and other poisons, them at any drug- store, but be sure to Imported GOLD which nre causing- - you distress and will kkI the orlKlnal destroy you unless they are driven MGDALi brand. Accept no substitutes. from your system. In sealed packages. Three sizes. For Infants and Children Zdhrf&BaEk I Clutk Cinuit), Imllaim, 1 lii'i am Imt a fw o( Uii- man) lurKatii that lia In oBer anil wn auinrt't tliat oil maw lit Jiff-- 1 run alinw ) ou Ju.t r hat mi that ai-rui-Our farm rainp In U from hue. ami aw all lomti-i-! on iroiM llku Hlihln'J) I wiinl mlli-- a of Umlivlllii, VOIQT INSURANCE AND REALTY CO. Htlll(. Jaffaraonvllla, Indiana fiui II WP3XM I 'nuvA.V BRAME DRUG COMPANY SisxSsti YBWy XflET N. WiIkejbero,N.C. I II in w lBf jgy VI. Cuthowi H..1SE Modal LVtiU JOHN WHITE CnaTklo Uni(aaflf fllirCtfirA JCC lino iicaici in Pi m I. Vernon Why Not Graded Higii Schoo In & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Home County? So to School Your Liberal assortment and full value paid Hides and Coat Skint MRS Split or Sawed Hickory or Oak 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 aud board reasonable. For further information address D. H. LYON, Principal, orE.B.COX, Sec. of Board. Til UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Touring Car is literally the pioneer in the solution of the Good Roads problem, because three million or more in operation brought up to the millions of America the necessity of good roads if quick transportation at low expense was to be enjoyed. The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength construction, the famous flexibility, the low cost of operation and maintenance, its case in operation, and all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We sell them and will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay, because the demand is heavy all the time. We have almost everything in motor car accessories, carry the genuine Ford Farts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. heat-treate- Wanted Spokes ' SAWED FELLOW STOCK Eithor Red or White Oak, Hickory and Hard Maple For further information, call or write" W. H. B Dealer In ro w n d The ROYER WHEEL CO., Aurora. Ind. Oe V- - JARETT, Inspector, Brodhead, Ind. s or General Merchandise GROCERIES; GREEN SEAL PAINT MT. VERNON, KY. Wo nro now located iu tho T. N. NOIS BRICK with a complete lino ol Faucy Groceries. Notions, Hardware, Dry Goods, all kinds of Machine Repairs. Queensware, Tinware, Knainelwaro. and don't forget us wheu you are iu need of Given Seal Paint. Wo have it. C01110 BRYANT BROS, crzp ftTt-ia-e..S- rm !; Wantkd: Men or women to take orders among friends and neigh-bcrfor tho gonuiuo guiiruntoed hosiery, full lino for men women and children. Hleminates darn-ing- . Wo pay 50c au hour spare timo PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIMB is of Greatest ImpoWunco, or $24 a week for full : VZ''M Wto mSm Via&&. &'33 iwr oct.31 12t. time. unnecessary. Ezperienco If your eyes nru showing any deWnto International Stocking fects now U the timo to sue Mill, Norrlstowu. Pa. DR. MOORE. Ths Optician Pektimzku For Sam:: I have IN JONAS McKCNZIC STORE some V. O. 16 per cent, acid 1 will soil for phosphate that 17 50 per ton, at my fortilizir B. II. Parson, Wildio, Ky , house just out of town. Will sell anything, Auctioneer anywhere. Cull mo by phono or Jack Hysingkk. 3t. J in tuulpM 1110. If I treat you right tell others, W. H. BROWN FOR CHEAP GROCERIES, I wnto mo. tls:' MT. VKUNUN M1GNAL, NOV. 7. 119. Are You "Saving the Difference?" "Saving the Difference" means just what it says. If you are not our Customer, compare our prices with those you are paying elsewhere and you will see you are paying some one the difference instead of savingit. WIRE FENCE Repair your fence and build more while tho weather is good. 4 ft. No. 9 to) and bottom 4 ft. all No. 9 Shoe Shop. 55c 80C Let us Rh'o your old shoes ii future by Repairing 111"'1 solos. Our work is done bj men who I: low how. Dodge Brothers Motor Car Ready-to-Wea- READY TO WEAR We are now offering some wonderful values in Our r Department Hay Bailing Wire 94x15. only Bye opener. SuRiir. Coats, suits, dresses, blouses, etc., are here in large numbers. We can save you from $5.00 to $15.00 on your coat or suit. ' When you $1.75 perlb. 0.11 1 are' here, Wagons 2 3 3- -4 Dolly Varden flour 40 in. Complete only $13000 135 00 Fresh Roasted Coffee 0 35 Rean Red, per 11). 0.05 " Pure Lard 0.35" Lenox Soap large size.0.05 sweater you many colors. waut. don't forget Wo have that We have many styles and The owner's appreciation frowns as the time gees by Men's Suits and Overcoats Butter hurry anil get that new suit and overcoat as winter is on the way , Just received a lot of new suits which will be sure to please you, The prices are right. ROOFING Oir ptices are cheaer than others. 90 lb. Slate Colored, per square Best Galvanized, $3.25 6.25 Get that new suit at StOV S. is on Welch's its wav here and if you don't watch you will need Winter that btove before you iut it. Coles and Moores beaten are hot. Majestic and Favorite are the good ranges. Stoves. , ' .. ' .!.. ; Jfjfo Furniture in Central the largest and by far the most attractive assortment of high-clas- s Kentucky. Our prices are right and we can please the most critical Rugs, Lounges, China, Player Pianos, Victrolas, Davenettes, sewing machines. Hcosier Kitchen Cabinets, etc. Now is a good time to place an Don't forget we-hav- e - FURNITURE FURNITURE FURNITURE WELCH'S DEPARTMENTSTORE kT-?'J- ?2;a3!fc6imwc mzww ...V.-- . J3jcjv!ej!L mmMjmrm, - Kentucky's Greatest Store USE THfc ifllONE AND "SAVE THE DIBKKKENCE" NOT1CH. I licroby warn all parties not to hunt or trap on my farm in KY lliutt section. Mrs. Voi.icia Fish. .?. TT aWaWMHvaraWaJa- - ' fc t arm .! "! w a" ar "V .Tl.'J l Wl FOU Ar-- E. CHANDLER SIX $1795 Kxtm lurgo kit of blacksmith tools. There- are tools in this kit to do any nml all kinds of work that a smith is culled on to do. Hte ."- V-- .r Sfo mo for pricos, W. ASHKR, Livingston, Ky. , jiiit a- 3t. sys Ww H wL'twWW frirV $ .jap1-- , supply cigarette contentment beyond anything CAMELS experienced I You never tasted such mellow-mildnessuch refreshing, appetizing flavor and coolness. The more Camels you smoke the greater becomes your delight Camels are such a cigarette revelation I Everything about Camels you find so fascinating is due to their quality to the expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. they seem You'll say Camels are in a class'by themselves made to meet your own personal taste in so many ways I or unFreedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e pleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable to the most fastidious smokers. And, you smoke Camels as liberally us meets your own wishes, for they never tire your taste I You are always keen for the cigarette satisfaction that makes Camels so attractive. Smokers real ize that the value is in the cigarettes and do not expect premiums or coufull-bodis; ry.i-.'- Well'Armed"! .. "' liiuC T710.e"',. .y.tVaU :. " 1 SAS Q i ' la&' Lomare tiie cnanaier Any s" With Car rV;irv '$ :?.:.; i jr a ,VAj'i mm was&c CMlti When company ccmes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of pons! Compare Camels with any in the world at any price ciga-rett- e 1 QmwWvMsWjJMmm' lmlSwwiwwwwwwwwWmk vm 4 w aaalad packaiaaotlO ctarvttaaor tan pack tfiaunf'jiaptr aiaa 1300 ctfarattaa) in covered carton. W ktrongly racommand Ihia carton for tha homm or offlca aupply or whvi you travaL Camala arm aold ivtrywAw. in aclantificalljr ! R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY :.r.rj :i.-- j CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in ml Wimtton-Sale- N. C. d checks with the finest CHANDLER features of design and construc-(kAn! other cars sowing at hundreds of dollars more than the Chandler do not check with Chandler. These are not claims. They are facts, which we can help you to prove quickly. Chandler is the most fairly priced fine car in the American market. And the faithful pursuance of the Chandler Company's policy to make it that and keep it that, have won for the Chandler Six a place of distinctive leadership. Sixty thousand Chandler owners testify to the marvels of its motor, to the sturdy strength of its entire chassis, to its comfort, and to the economy of its maintenance. Six beautiful bodies are mounted on high-price- m their best taste and looks. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must and she be upheld "stakes" it on Calumet etwytime. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S.Food Authorities. You MTt vita you buy it. Yoa un wbeo 70a ue it. the one standard Chandler chassis Taurine Car, UI9S rour-l'autnt- Sivn.Potimfr S,vn-lmt- r Dispatch Car, StJd, tlJ9S All Dry Cleaning and Dyeing L.Huber&Son CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, etc. Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing triut . . e. Ciupi, IHtS CUnttai fltli ttuffatfttr RaaUt,r,.U11l .. llmamtiu. U2tf Send Via Parcel Post BRYANT BROS. MT. VERNON, KY. CHANDLER MOTOR GAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO "T SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS 617 FOURTH AVE. st.s-ia- LOUISVILLE, KY. t Known all over America At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. Now la Tnttr New Location l!IM!l..WmH 'yir