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"sr- 1 Cincinnati, Knoxvillc &Louisville FOR A GREATER ROCKOASTLE" i iTninm "iiiiium iwii iiin wm i Established 1887 K00-CK0)0K0-0-CKK- 33rd Year -9 No. 5 J Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Bltie-springs Friday Afternoon, October J', 920 ' Price $J.5CK A "advance attended church el Wednesday night. Mias Martha Kirfoy was tlio guest of M. S. rfWy "Lra Bi nsh vmJ Mr. Bullocic Sunduy evening. ,und Mrs. W.H. Noil .. a il fain. O-ily visited tlio f tnilv of J N. Norton Sunday. Uncle Mar.-lnTiicro is pray nir. una .Mrs iioimrt urtiim joiin Robins. aim inn" Mm, iicoko naiiiiuii .oiuitn remains in a vciv una or nieoiinir at nwo sonnes ever.v , , . . . . .. .... ... . ...-v.l .1 wore giitsisii mid jur.s u.i condition. Aicsdaiucs William Wednesday ni,n. nun annuity, smuicy nincer wiki nus noen rriiu a.ui u..uimuer, .tn-,- s kuiii .tiurpny nun wiiuain Keinmors Will Robins was ii"d little son, Roderick, wera in the guest of A5n .1. C. Graves last week. here f'otn Slaygs Creek first il Crab Orchard first of the. weolf. ' the past week lms returned to last wei If. licv. A.J. Tike has Miv. Jnclc Cnl ins, of Crab Or - her school near Cednrsvilio. been in a very Miiinus enndition ch.ird, visited her sislor, Mrs. Misses Fanny nnd Ttessie Hullods for some davs siiffi'rini; from ,1. T, Lawrence it. woeir audi of the Bromo SiUtion was the acute indigclimi and hcaM trou- wliile hisre nid dunt.il work done irtiest of their Aunt Mrs. . C. Miss Serena ble Mis )o I) i vis ret u rued to bj I3r GesrRC I'.iync A ciowd Graves, Sunday. her honi" at Mt Vetnoii Sunday fniii here attended the movies at Hays wts the guest of Miss Messrs. Hob Gaines, of; and "Goodie Garden" Crab Orchard, Locio I.tvisay Sunday. Gabo Gaii s, of Middlu.-.bnro-, Tuesday evening Anyone hav were lecuit visitois'if Mr. and iug news Uouit. will plojso drop MWs Kivie same in post office box no, 618 or Mrs J G Frith Oliver has return h! from a two phono no. 47. Mr. and Mrs Joe weeks vit.it al llerea -- lien 1'iise Mckenzie Were down from Mt. Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. John Kvans, of i otroit, Vernon Sunday. Koeoe I'ikc, of Dii'Vt!!", Chirlic John Hart) are with their daughII Do Tike, of Corliin, and .John l'i' e ter Mrs Arch Albright. -- Mrs of ij'baumi Junction are hen on Frank Mullius was do wo from of last account of the serious illness of Mt. v'crnon Thur.-da-y u '.uJ:.'s U:.. r;sa:,.';;rf,r;fcV.fi'4WK-f'. . . . r r Mr. and Mrs. R. II Ha in m mot Kr.nxvillc is visiting Mr. and Mrs uay in aix X, Yenrs ureaaea ored to Nichol.isville Suuihy and J. G. Frith and other relatives To See Night Com:. sj out until Tuesday with Mr. and lie. e this week. - Iniciior Journal Mrs. I). K Davis They were nnnounces the arrival of a girl at "At tho lime I began taking by Mrs. W.dter the homo of Dr. and Mrs. V. E. Tanlac," said Marcus A HampaccompMiied Uo'Mnsand ch'ldren who visited MuWillhins of S tan ford. ton, liSPop? street, Louisville, Ituji-hHam was here from Ky , I had not felt well a single Mi and Mis W. and M rs. Mary day in six years Mr. nnd Mrs. John Uobins. Otiawa Tuesday. ''My stomach was so ludly out IeV. J. C. McOlary was up from Vanhooic.of Hiattsville, is visit Stun nil d Sunday '.V. I ltigsb ing Mr and Mrs. L. N. Vanhook. of order," said Mr Hunptm, " Mrs. NeNon Griffin, of Marels-bur- that no sooner did I git through sold th'1 farm rousutly purchased and was here fiist of the week eating than I woul bloat up with at the Mrs El Miss OJusst Burt in sale, to IM with her daughter Mrs A.J I'lke with sour gas and have tho worst Piirkcrson for $6odi Uev L. N also Mrs. J. N, Vanhook Miss sort of piins shoot through my Howling filled is regular ap M.ic Sowder, of Ottawa, was chest. 1 could not even eat the pointment uLLtttlo Hickman. He with her aunt Mrs. J. T. Law. lightest kind of fonds and feel Webnesda'. Raymond comfortable afterwards, and. at was accompinied lit Mrs-- , iow- - n nee lieg Tlioy stoppod off at Micho- Anderson, of Garrard, is bore times could not retain anytfbtig I lasvillo on their rotun hoiuu. Jeiruing iho banking, siu'siness had oaten.. I kudJost iifty ro"uii31Trn'"veig'ht""aiiH was alar .TIIC14 Kill HIW tU t) tltlVItt UOUICI lilULU d.t iIIU 1IUIU141J' mod about 111; condition, for oflc I had suoh bad tqclls that 1 thought my time had sureh D como I actually dreaded for night to come, as I couldn't sleep much and always felt as EJw.ird Beckman has distincMr. and Mrs. J. J Bullock and In in the mornings as on going tion of being the first person in thfir grand daughter Miss Viola to bed, if not worse Winchester l. receive mail by iiirnliiiin. The letter va an im have relurned inme. aftr a Jiort "Well, J. was never able to with tlloi' Uing'-toMrs. fi id any thing to give mo an porlnnt one containing instriic-- visit D Tlll'ml at Lawerenceburg. tious to tim foiumtin or u Torce nf(G appetite and .start mo up hill unCrouio- - who has been men at work on one of Clark -''til I got Tiinlic. Allmostas soon w irking Cincinnati Ohio is with county's highway s, and wns ftom as I began taking tilt's medLine 1,0lne f(,llfs tIlls wouk Col. James Mu ret slate Koad I commenced to climb I am Mr.Mwanoo Hull clc and Mis just now on Le.singioi.Cnptai.il Inspector, of ui.v fourth bottle and 111:11 ried in Mt Beaver, tlio pilot of uxiugton K"S Price were have regained ten pounds of my V'rninThursday We extend our lost weight already. Company delivered the Aero - to this young letter and made the eighteen congratulations"My appetite soon got a now Mr. Wilbort Kincer was from" Lexington in ten couple mile run the guest of J. L. Bulloeic Sat stirt and my stomach trouble minutes; this morning. Miss llissie and Kiln bo .an to lose its grip, and when Winchostoi has thu honor of night my second bottle I I finished being the first city in the South McKiiiuoy attended church al was feeling like a new mao. Misses Myrtle by airplane. Wiibd Sunday. 1o rtceive mail Ever since then I have been eit-in- g Sun, Sep. 22 and Mollie Price were the. guests Winchester just anything I want and I of Misses Mable and HazJ a ways feel fine afterwards. The Mr Attention automatic owners Graves Sunday afternoon. Henry Cromer is homo from gas has stopped forming on my See or write S.F Bownian.Couuty stouuuh entirely and i never Mr. Clerk. if you want a copy ot tlio. Cincinnati tin.-- , week per Levisay of the Wab'd section foul a touch of ludi uitiuu. I AutonuibileLaws. always glad when night crmes now, for I can sleep lino a child and got up in the mornings feelKSS2Z!ssBesc;jissraBX3SsEaaan t t t prices mean ing fine, ready for a hearty brot'efast and a Inrd day's work s I am glad to recommend Tanlac, for it is one inedicino that I be. Hove do all they say it will." 1 speculaTanlac Is sold in Mt Vernon by Clias. C. Davis; in Brodhead tasaa.ugyjgsasazsasmt'FmrrTri'-- . tlOll. bpeculation by the Btodhead Pharmacy, and is fine so long as prices soar look in Livingston by II. G. Webb; 4 l 3: swi The Ccjrunity -M Spirit I0INU 0EI1V UE RAPIDLY AFLAME IN ROCKCASTLE EXPANDING , ll - - . . - j ! j "Does What They Say rp,0 spirit of com niumtyup. 'other county lgents to coma in" This American Red Cross Work liftand . . ... meetimlias t f.hia ni,i oLS:,i i... i,n !,.... , Flourishing in Small Towns . . been tne slogan oituo enure court mn and wo aro satisiied Mi t Throughout Country. ty tins wee, mere lias oeont!ioro'hs"s been much and luslir r.oinc fifteen or more renuuder good accomplished this wool, More than 37,000 graduate nurses the leadership of otfr efficient' We heartily- - commend this havo lieeu enrolled In tlio American Agent Robt JP, Speiice," nieutatid wo extend tho'coluu,t s Ited Crossxrojjlatejind Its department of nursing Is alT Increasing this enn tim. who nave divided tiiemsclves in nfnirmn.roi.il,,n,i $ six or seven groups.Tltud each for these groat improvoiuent ftr rollment, Tho "department of nursing lias teen group has visited fromStWoto fivo dear old Rockcastle. us al. iuthorlzcd to maintain an udequnte different rural schoolseach dfly, join heartMy and willingly in this 1. 'erve of nurses for dip nnny und carrying tlio message ox better wuvumem anu Keep uie spirit go- - mtvy. It will continue to supply the uuds of tho United States Public homes, farms, schoolsand road ln u,ltil vve ,lav. our county, '1tli . ileal tli Service to which It has asbanner to every district in the county. county mott(,ywo the state. , w signed more undorsUl than 1,000 nurses lii the Mr. Sponce, through h untiring "Brighten the; corner whuo you last year. It will assist In establishing proper effoits managed to have several are." move-Count- - y f L-.- it I V fy - j 'nursing service m HI AT T -- .Lexington, Tuesday, to st c his Mother who is in a hospital 3V is under treatment. Mr. Km-in- it 4 -- Mr.-Rob- 1 y 111 g, I - 1 - I 1T1 LEXINGTON NOTES 1 HAN SF OR 1 r 1 I?,,-'- , C11-ne- w Parkersou Little Miss Veda Cipps is quit: Burton arid Smith farm from Mr. sick V M. L:ar has returned Rigsby apdha.Sm.oved his family OiA..v o"S; & TsrKcrii;s"-retttrne- d after spending some weeks with to his home in Jackson'County relatives here. Mrs. Horner after spending some days lero. Chestnut and brother, Thos. Holly Burnham is at home Payton, of Paint Lick, whs hero with his mother after spending last week. Mrs Climb Lear was some months in Laurel County. in Mt. Vernon, Wednesday.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamm of V. E. Boyd; of Cordin, spent tho Ottawa spent Monday and Tuesweek end with his parents, Mr. day with their daughter Mrs. oydt Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Patsy Parkerson Mr. Per Rigs-bGoiido of Stanford jwas hero has just completed a fin; Sunday. Miss Cora Le"ice enterlargo tobacco barn, tho best in tained a number of the young the county, also KJ.Stnith is folk Tuesday evening all reported ready to begin housing tobacco' a very pleasant evening Mrs. in a new barn. Dr, and Mrs. Cathie underwent a Payne, Morris Philips and sister serious operation in? the Robi-sMiss Anna were over from Hospital at BeroaJlast week, Sunday. Mrs John Mink but we are, glad. toi)roport,she and daughlerMiss Lena aud is getting alongiyjpyJsi.Misli John Creech, who"was Miss Ida week. Parkorson before Marriage, is hero from San Diego, California There is more Ua tarrh in this visiting lior father Mr. Henry section of the couutry than ull Parkorson and brother Him It. other diseases put together, and Add Coffy Bert and Jeff Stigall for years it was supposed lo bo prescribed and Mrs John Coffy have retur incurable. Doctors tied to their home at Villa Grove local rom.dies, and by constant111; after spending some days ly failing to cute with local it incura treatment, with relatives here. MibS Frith, of Louisville, is spend- bio Catarrh is a local disease, ing tho week hero with friends. Ircatly influenced by ciiistitu-tion- l Coffy is very sick Mrs. conditions and theiefore treat-Ill- ; Per Adams is hero from Philo, requiring constiiutional to visit relatives. A E Hall ment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine--, by F J. Cheney & Co, Toledo aud Mr.Pruitt, of Lancaster, calling. Mor- - Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, wete hero Sunday ris Frith and family left Tuesday is taken internally and acts thru for Oanville, 111 whore they will the Blood on the Mucous their home Bill Sigtnon, ces of tho System. One Hundred of Paris, 111; was here last week Dollars reward is offerod for any tlio guest of his cousin, Mrs.W case that Hall's Catarrh Medici-Cans. A row bab boy ar- no fails to cure. Send for at the home of.Mr.and Mrs. lars and testimonials F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Clias Lear on the 2" christened nnd Mis. Clins Ohio. Sold by Diugists, 7.$c Robert Mr. Preston wore lure from Bona Hall's Family Pills for coiistipa last week. Jehu Fuguett was in turn. y Malu-rguou Wil-diq purchased the 'Ma,steShirloy-wo're''in'Bereii-las- t. Thel-111- d a In foreign countries tvlipre the American Ited Cross has or. ,;iiilzi(J hospitals, dispensaries and clniuls for nurses. Courses In home iiyglene nnd enro of the blcl; have been Parted for thousands of women who bate never received any education In this direction. Iturnl nursing which .wns. In Its Infnncy-- n short -- while ngo Mis ftecn jtrt jrfjwid as ja n- ttiwdo through the work of the department of nuiblng nnd local ISed Cross chapters. Public health nursing lias been extended to many rural communities and now flourishes actively In hundreds of small towns nnd counties. Nearly n thousand efllclcnt nurses havo already been assigned to this kind of work. The department of nursing Is nutting with other organizations In a year's campaign In recruiting nurses .for training schools, In educating the gen. eral public ns to standards of nursing educutlon nnd In showing communities their responsibility townrd schools of nursing. It will endeavor to moot nil these needs ns well as to continue the enrollment of dietitians who will he utilized as Instructors In home dietetics, In developing nutritional clinics, and In supplying dietitians fo'r the United States Public Health Scrvlco nnd the civilian hospitals. - Tlio,NursInB Servlco.wlll continue-torrer to women nnd young gills tlio opportunity of securing Instruction In home hygiene nnd enro of tho sick In etery community In the country. This Instruction lms not only laid the foundation for public health but In somo pltues has given Impetus to the of hospitals nnd community tcliool bouses. "Am n community profits by the work of the nurse," says Miss Clara D. Noycs, director of the department of nursing, "It Is logical that thu com- nnmlty should bo aroused to Its respon- slblllty. The American Ited Cross stands ready to help In n general campaign of recruiting nnd must have the ' support, sympathy nnd understanding of the medical profession ns well as the Intelligent of the people at lurge." -o estnb-IMnnc- nt Get the best in clothes npll'EliE'S' one - danger ing danger is that you'll iff i(h: saxony Took- - ' iug for a low price, Low prices at a time like this is very a p t to 111 e a n low quality. There's no economy in poor stuff. We sell clothes; in buytlio Special Clothes r Fish's 0 1 . 1J t?..tfc'-!- l -- They'ro-a,lfte-y-J'r-o-nbtr- i a b 'e ,"" - s : priced, but they'll save your money. 5""'" ' '' lltHJ- - TH1JONK PRICK CASH STORE Mnko our store your head-pitors while attending 1 a SCHOOL FAIR Saturda, Oct. 2 Surfa-ma's-- e A Ts G Saving Rabif a Good Habtf - circu-rive- d 111 HIGH PRICES riign DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COUNT B. J. Bothuruiii, Judge Soruersot. Clerk T. J. Nicoley, Mt. Vernon. (1. S Master Commissioner Mt. Vernon. CrilHn. Trustee Jury Fund F.F,. Miller, Mt. Vernon. 12 days 1st Monday in Jan. lth Monday in Apr. 24 days. COUNTY COURT There conies a time in each of our live when the possession of money is all important itli r piTinitliiig us to take advantage of a profitable iineolihui.t, or to tide over in it time of stress. The banking habit and saving habit, or the spending of less money than you dupo.Mt, is a gcod one to cultivate. Then, should haul times strike you, (lie blow will be softened by dollar? oti have saved, Should opportunity knock at your door thu saving habit will enable you to grasp an in vestment which may "head on to Fortune,'' Gut the linbit. Open an account with this bank. cheap dollar Cheap dollars induce but Judge v.-i- . out Cam Mullius County Any. S. D. Lowis S. P. Bowman. Clei k Sheriff Tip Langford. Jailor Wade Livesay. Tax Comuiissk ler C.T.Sigmon for the drop. inHiattcy W. M. O.veus. Frank Sept. 101 1, Surveyor W. W. Durham. Coroner-- - Jatk A. Jones. COUNTY BOARD OP Hero is on iiflvic in times like these: Avoid debt, for the deluoi may have to pay back these cheap d dhrs Willi dear ones Avoid speculation. Above all, SAVE, now. while money is plentiful and prices are high Tlio cheap dollars of the pruM ul will ho more valuable tome day. Grab thorn now and hold onto thum. It is tlio chance of a lifetiiuo to save Usu our Hank as a depository. Kvory dollar entrusted to us will be carefully safeguarded. Ky. THE lv - BANK of MT. VBRNON T. J. Niceiey, President. W. L. Richards, Cashier. 12 days. EDUCATION. Ifrd Monday it Aug. MT. VERNON Mrs. Alice Davis, Snpt. W. II. Cannical. Polico Judge J. 0. Scoggins, Suporvison. Sum Filds, Burr. 1J. S. Albright. Div. No. 1. Clerk My doar Mr. Spruce: Pormit K. L. Skid more, Div. No. 2. Marshall P. D. Dobord. 1110 to acknowledge tho receipt Chairman Hoard W. fJ. Sigtnon. Brodhead. of your letter of September 13. Geo. Bullock, Div. No. 3. F. IJ. Miller, Members of Board My absence from tho office is Hanslord. Johnny Clontz, Kltnor Porciful, responsiblo for the delay in anDiv No. !.- -- L. T. Cliff. D Bryant. O. Pino Hill. swer ng. Div. No. 5 -- - T. It. Mullins, 1 shall be delighted to tpeak lo Withers, your folks 011 October 2. A little moro red blood and less Div. No. 0. 11. T. Abney, With cordial good wishos, red flag is needed every wiiere to. 21, 1926. Robt P Spenco. County Agricultural Agent, Borea, Kentucky. "Let Our Bank Be Your Bank" The Peoples Bank INCOUPORAT15I) Capital and Surplus $30,000.00 "let ."-Us Us Ue Your Bunk" w Sincerely,, . .jsrwizM Stale Superintendent. Gen Colvin, day. Litorary Digest. Disputauta. Klijah Abuey, Truant Officer, Disputanta. .. -- Dr. M. K. Pennington .Dentist $ooct. 'f mpr - in v vtmmttmtmm !! Office RTER'S r?r?ar IWItfM h Mount Vernon Signal' LilU- - MOUNT VKRNOtf, -1- entered mull lit Wrnon, Ky. PojtoTicfl iu Published entry Friday by II. II. MILLHR J! at KY,. FR7i).fY,bcT0HTCU 2. 1920 atrontl-ciftf- s Not By in Acidentd WtLL-II- . Republican Ticket MinouG Hurdinjr, for Prcsidunt Calvin Cnolidjrc, for Vice Pre. R. P. Krnst, for U. S. Senator I. M. Kobsioii, for Congress We nie infoiniiHl that tho work on tho roid from Parkers creek to London is progressing nicely, mil n contract for this sixteen miles will Mion b let involving uitnetliimj ' near n halt mill, on oll.irs ii the mHttrr. HAYS Chairman of the Republican National Committee result Maine T HE was the result ofwas no accident. of the issues nnd honest, pat It intelligent study riolic political organization work. No feature of the great victory was more gratifying than the dem onstMtion of the dependability of the women in this national crisis I the wisdom of suffrage. The Ke:ul)livMii workers of Maine hai-- looked upon their politicr sen ice a? a matter of political duty; for months every opportunity has been given for fullest participation by the Republican women, thougl-thedid not yet have the franchise. The lesson of the Maine election is the splendid example it sets for e TO THOSE WHO 1LIVK 1IKKN MY l'ATHONS HAVE sold TJ.Mt. Vernos Signal nnd now linvc the pleasure of presenting Mr. R. H. Miller ns your new editor. Mr. Miller is in every way capable of giving you n splendid paper. And iu transferring the business nnd good will of the old management to him, I earnestly solicit for him the splendid patronage, fellowship and courtesy that I have enjoyed. The year that I spent ns owner nnd editor of the Sickal wus a very bisy yea nnd yet one that was in many ways profitable nnd ple.isaut. The list hag grown without an eflort on my part to u nnd it has never been necessary to solicit work, ns we have always had more work than the force nnd equipment were equal to. Few editors, if any, have been treated witli more courtesy than I have been. 1 hen I have had the satisfaction of knowing that no publication was ever freer from the control of party, sect or boss. 1 have not published the scandals and corrupt things of the county, ns I had no desire to advertise these On the other hand, I have tried at all times to give space and editorial support to every educational, agricultural and moral interest that has m any way been promoted. I thank you for ull business that you have given me. I appreciate every courtesy shown me. And I have only the best of wishes for your future prosperity and happiness. I m'M .m&k": 'A i ' Mili-ciili(- all of us. H. T. YOUNG. ANNOUNCE! KNT of Rockcastle County: With tlii issue I am taking control and management of the Mt. Virnon Signal as its sole owner. I have felt for some time n desire to enter the newspaper business. This is a new work for me and I enter it feeling that I will need all the assistance and that a generous public, will be willing to extend. rIt shall be my -- HKftsavor to puM.sfr.n good Newspaper, giving all itemsof news that will be of interest to subscribers, both of & local and general nature, with the general interest of Rockcastle County and its people at heart, and so conducted that it can go into any home without destroying the innocence of any child. Politically the paper will be Republican, taking no hand between Republicans in County primaries, but reserving the right to advocate our choice in district and state primaries. Our efTorts will be for the betterment of the county, socially, morally und religiously; for better roads, better schools and closer along all these lines. Under my contract with the former owner all subscribers will receive their paper until their present subscription expires. We invite their patronage thereafter, and solicit new subscribers and patrons. We also wish to express our heartiest appreciation of the courtesy of the retiring editor, Mr. H. T. Young, who has so kindly assisted us in the preparation of this issue. Very sincerely yours, R. H. MILLER. To the People I The work of the rest of us is not in Maine now. but in our own precincts. The Maine victory loses its rignifk.ince unless became ..f it we are enabled to go to our own work with renewed vigor and cntli.isi.im. Organize for victory. Let there not be u moment's hesitation. This year we must have a "school house" campaign. Everybody agrees that the extent of the Republican victory will be met iured in direct proportion to the knowledge on the part of the people of the fact?. The way to make this certain is not only to organize ever) vote in every precinct, us we are planning to do, but also have educational ;ch(.o' house" meetings. Most earnestly I urge each precinct committe-mn- n to arrange at once their " school house " meetings. Tnke it up with tl e county chairman-ins- ist on the county chairman providing local speakers. The precinct committeeman cun make the success of the meet ings certain. Nothing Is more important for the nation's welfare than making this Republisan success so overwhelming that it will forever end wanton extravagance, inefficiency and autocracy m government, and declate in a voice that will be heard around the world, that America is America for Americans first, and the preservation of its inteiiritv in that ivlminn ic the greatest safeguard in the luture. not only for citizens of this conntrv but ffor all peoples everywhere, as the one certain Gibraltar in the world's storms which may yet in the future come and probably will come until tne millennium shall have arrived. TJiere will be a new glory to the Stars and Stripes wlietrth"e"Sun"fises"oJti -- Every Drop an Asset AS what your cream is worth. You know that every particle of butter fat has a distinct value to you. You cannot afford to use a separator that misses any cream. .V' vj. ' - '' Xi- ii' I C..." v - ??6lfVM r ttr. .'.j .vj'-v. .! 'xT'"-- ) i.T w--- : am-. i' - i. , a dairy farmer you can figure out to the penny Oh wh fM ' '' i iAi 'i I theinorningof The National Republican. eKt November third. r J The Primrose Cream Scpa. ralor gets every drop of cream. The principle on which it operates is as simple as the mechanism. The frame is open and sanitary the supply can large and low. Every bearing and quiet gear is well oiled by a splash system. In Primrose separators, good workmanship and materials, close skimming and durable qualities, are the distinguishing points. These are points that vitally concern your profit. "No matter "what the' size of your herd, the Primrose is a money-maKer. c.tr Avenue, New York, which we consider the best of American make. We also have on display the following foreign makes of soft felts: Mossant (France) exclusively with Crutcher & Starks, Borsalino (Italy), Joseph E. Ward (English) and the famous Stetson line. Our showing of Autumn headwear for men this year is unquestionably the best to be found in the United States, not excepting the metropolitan cities. We have at our Seeibacn branch store one of the most attractive hat departments in America. The prices at this store are exactly the same as at our main store, Fourth and Jefferson. A wide range of prices that will suit everyone. WE FEATURE hats by Dtinlap & Co., - -- CONSTIPATION. The beginning of almost every serines disorder is oo isthjition If you want to .njoy good health keep 3 our bowels regular. This is be-- t accomplished by proper diet and exercise, but ometimes a medicine is needed and when that is the case you will find Chamberlain's Tablets nie excel lent. They are mild and entIo in thfiir np.linn nncv nml nlnnnt to take Give them a trial. Thnv only cost n quarter. y Kt uPBmI Hi B& iJX 9V V 11 iBV K.H. BheS FjSl r H HH 1H ner back without nu-.lHUNTS Salve full. In the treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA, RINQWORM, TETTER or other Itchln? klc dlieasca. Try a 75 cent box at our risk. i iv" Pioneer Mr. Drug Store nnd show you how it operates and what its linancial advantages are lo you. farmers use them with profit. The Primrose is the only cream separator that automatically drains out the used oil from the gear case when new oil is added. Let us demonstrate this and other points, if it is not convenient for you to call, "phone us and we will bring a machine out I l 3feSareeSanfocli2eVaufr (pCHERe-STARKj S (Dealer's Name and Address) KHmbetli Desgi;i"gi'h of lice Word Washington who ha been; visiting her sister Mrs. Annie IJ. Miller of this nlnrn fnr PJstfour necks leaves Monday 5ik-- f I fnrjjw York to visit other ruin. tions BRODIIF.AD. p- t Granville R.Burfon Louisville The Metropolis ICY. cSoizs X PaLVkIi- - ofKentucky luction In Prices of Produ The War Is Over and War Prices Must Go Effective FORD sold f.o.b. Detroit 1 at once, Ford cars, trucks and tractors will be at the following prices: COUpelet, Touring Car, less Starter Touring Car, with Starter Runabout, less Starter Runabout, with Starter Chassis, less Starter with Starter and Demountable Rims with Starter and Demountable Rims $440-0- 0 Tractor TflP.f Sedan, Truck, Pneumatic Tires, less Starter mrvi4!(. -- 74500 79500 545-0790-00 0 395 465-0360 50 0 The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the thai" rtipu naiw nn .J.. a temporary loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring business back to a go irig condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country. tractors. The Ford Motor Company will be rr suffering 1A face of the 1 HENRY FORD says: is over and it is time war prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial standard of values, For the 2St interests of all, it is time a real practical effort was made to brin2 tne business of the country and the life of the country down to pre-w- ar "The war regular standards." We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. BRYANT BROS. ftawtwiitujyj'.iig.jL'aKMitt.iaiujiiiimjiiijJBWg.egaHwi "TWri-TS- " ifpwiawi ip imifutf r is expected 'day. that this Mrs. Cleo. W. Brown ard Mrs. (co.iutyit will sond a large dela Mary Williams roturncd Monday gallon from Somerset, whoro they hive republican Se.niUo1; Harding been visittnc relatives 'or several luiiiiueu lur prosuiQiii speaks ai weeks. Louisville on the evening of Oct. 1 tth u large delgateou of repub liciiib from this county will CHAMBURLAIN'S COUGH attend. RKMlibY. This remedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping cough. From a small beginning its sale and use lias extended to all parts of tho United States and to many forLife '.3 a burden when the body eign countries. This alono is is racked with pain. Everything enough to convince 011c that it is worries and the victim becomes and downhearted. a medicine of moro than ordinary despondent the sunshine take To bring back merit. Give it a trial aud you will GOLD MEDAL find this to ho the caso General of tho State, nndt Mrs. butwiismado with the poiso and Herbert Mengel, of Louisville, cloquenco of an rid time cam-Th- o I Coimtv Cler.f B iwninn reparls Rockcasllc speaking was largely attend palcucr. Rockcastle Co. , I .I ..! .1... i niu i''i iwiiik iiiurriigi) license iss od by both women and mon. Mr McGroRor's speech was ma- Mt.Vkiimon, K.. Ojt. i iojo sited recently: Tho Republic urn of this county Precinct No- - 1 a fo tare of tho mootina- wr inly n discussion of the National Swnnnit! llullnc-- nnd Rosa Price Rop. Clerk opened tho campaign last Satur- - th0 speech of Miss DessieNiceley ssues, and that portion dealing MrsSoIlio Mallard Sopt. 23WI. Dpoi. Sherifl day with speeches by Hon. T. P. Introducing Mr. McGregor. Thisl with the League of Nations was C. C. Davis Urns It. Hasty and CIoo Brown V. E. Mill-- r Kep. JuJgc McOregory. Assistant Attomoj Was Miss Dessle's maldnn nfTnrt. 'given csneciallvclosonttenttonnnd of Level Grcnn Sopt. 23rd. was handled by tho speaker enDom. Judge Ralph Vance of Mntotikn W. Vn C. C. Cox tirely to the satisfaction of the and Lillian Kliieor tf Brodliead Prerint No. 2: louitvinc 4 NttHviuc R. n. Co, Sopt. 29th. audience, slnco the Republicans A. J. Fislt Dtin. Clerl' Iicnton Kciron ol Wildio tint' W. A. Cox of this county havo all along beet riMR I A BUI. D tn. Judg Nannie Muvull of Conway Sopt 28 opposed to tho League. 12 nortn Mrs. Sam Fields Rep. .Ittdgr i,i p tn The speech of Mrs. Mongol was 21 nortu ...'.... .... 8:35 n m AN AGKKRAHLE SURPRISE Fred Hayes K. p. Sheriff About thieo years ago whcti listened to with great attention 9il south ....... Prcint No. 3" 12.13 p in I was suffering fiom n revue aud greatly appreciated by tho 21 South .'..... ' a tn cold on my Red. Cletk Mrs Ktlicl Pish Iuiti;s and coughed jiindienco. Itdcnlt largely with the I AS. I.AM1RUM, Audit. most of the tinit night and day, J B Levcsy Hop, Judgi J duty of the women in the coming 1 tried a bottle of 1 bum be r Iain's Egbirt Norton Photic No. 8. Hem Sherifl election. It was her advico to the I'ongli Remedv and was surpris GoorgnBrny Dun. Jndf-ed at thu qrompinss with which wi men that they support Senator Precinct No 4: itgnvejmu relief," writes Mrs. H irding for President. She states Dom Clerk lames Brown, Cl.irlc Mills, N Y. l T Durham tint the manner in which he is G. S. Griffin was in Krankfort Many another has 00011 surpris-e- d W A. McKonzle Dom Judge conducting his campaign is not and pieascd with the prompt Mrs. Ida Bwman this week. Rep. Judge only dignified, but showed him to Hop Slieril 1 cm Jr. O'mnrn is niucli itnpro. rcnei tittoideu by this remedy. G. S Griffin be a Statesman; nnd on the other Mr. Stevo Wutlclns of Lmdot, Precinct No 5: ved of Diptlicria. h Hid tho methods adopted by Gov-eiuA. M. Htitt was over Ironi Divison Road Ungineer was in Mt Mrs Pannio Miracle Kep. Clerk Cox indicate that he is a Vemoa Wednesday looking over J. R. Hayes Rep- - Judgo JJrodfieitf Wediti'sdity. politician of demagogic tendencies. the road worlt. Dom. Judgo S. 13. McGluro Shoalso stated that she hud stud-leSquire Ketron a! Wildio was in B, 1 Griffin has a nice pesit-io- n Tom Hajes Dem. Sheriff town Tuesday on business, the record of both parties, in'the Auuiu.ni off.ee at Frank Piccinct NO 6: and that all along tho Republican Dr. Oscar Broclt of London fore. Mr Griffin Mil m v! his W. H. Unville Dem. Cleric -'"ty had been moro friendly to 4. was in Mr. Vernon this weik. family over later. Joe Bullin Dsm. Judge ti. women; that 2 'J of tho biggest Wii) D.ivisof Corbin v:is in Mt Mt- - and Judge Mrs. Frank Snydor Mrs Maria Uatliff Rep Republican states in tho LTnion Vornon, botwtet: trains Thursday Rep. Sheriff and son of Lexington visited S. Spencer Adnoy had ratified tho Constitutional Mr.W. A. Carson of Brodhead F. Bowman and family Sunday Prccint NO.7: Amendment giving the women is in town 10 finish up some paint tli ir son Dwight aceoinpinieJ Mrs Daisy Swinford Kep. Cleth the right to vote, while only seven in jr. them. M.V. Swinford Rep. JudgeDemocratic states ratified it. H. B Christy and Clias. Pike At tho chise of the speaking Dtiu. Sheriff Mrs L. M. Mattpin Mr. and Joe Gatliff were over from Kiodheud WedDom Judge the Republican committees, men Mis. James Cobb and Mr. Rodert W. G. Mullins nesday. lid noman, met and completed-thj Covington ot Richmond K'y PncinctNO 8 Miss Virginia 0 law ford is vi-selection of thecampaign.com-nntte- u were encsts of Mr. and Mrs W, S. P. Uaudill D"tu I'lcrlt ir.K friends and tclalivts in Mad in the different precincts T Crawford the firt of tho week. W. H Jones D...1 Judge isott county. of the county. All committees aow Trs. Lou Payne Rep. Judge leaves taa Jamie Thonn-on- hiving been selected, the fight is J. (J. Rimmell Rii Sherifl" i ivilnys for Washington jmd to poll tho entire Kepubl can governor To. . rl'WK:wt.s No 9 ...Precinct ' UIo itwt!tti,Tff0ribf. jpeg t,jt!iet.fn,rrioiisr De. ti9mi'b :vJeJ;M)th iuonamI women at the Ne Wnfc. Tnominec for" president will speak Mrs MarionBallmgor Rtp. CleTk Laval Cream Separators because we believe the Do coming election. Inure isiiovj & . Mrs. Katinio Aeo of the Orlan 'in Louisville Ojt SA W. A. Mullins Judge contest on between tho RepublicLaval will do letter work and last longor than any do Mction is with her sister Mrs John McCraclten DiJin. Sherifl Rev. Lunsford will begin n. an men and Republican women to other separator made, and that it is by far tho liichatd Sowder. Jim Childers Dem. Judgo series of meetings at Roso Hill see which will poll the greater cheapest and most satisfactory machine to use. Precinct No. 10 Mr. John Lair and V L. Tho. tomorrow o zoning Saturday. number of votes. This paper is We have machines on hand at all times and will be A. G. 13al Dom. Clerlt mi son of Corbin were at home betting on the women. Hughes & McCarty have pleased to demonstrate their superiority to any one. Sunday aud Monday Dem. Judgo J.L Reams big sale lor this wees the Mrs We have put in a stock of De Laval Oil and aro in a Stella Laswell TAKEN UP ASTRAY Rep Judge W. II pish and family retur Ci. W Durham's j.ivAcro farm W. C. Johnson position to look after tho needs of all users of old One black mule colt that camo Rep Sherifl ued Wednesday iroin a ten days n0lir Ctab Orchard. Ky look up to my p'aco about twelve days De Laval machines in this locality. Preciuct No 11 motor tup to Clncigo ago. O.vner may got suno by their add for particulars. Mrs.UartdacePhilbeck Rep. Clerk payiug for advortisoment and Virgil O. Mullins lias Swinebroad, The Real Estate Solho Griffin Rep. Judge keeu. fiom an extended trip Ma:i of Lancaster has tho farm of Owen Allen Jeno Pigg Dem. Sherifl MARETBURG, KY. Mrs. Sa'ah J. Cone one mMe of through Ititiijtin and Ohio. Disputant, Ky Detu Judge Moreland.Ky. See add elsewhero. John Childers Julian Miller and Clias.L, D.ivis Piecinct No 1?. FERTIL1ZR leave Sunday for Louisville to T. C. Mtiiton Ditn. Clerk enter the college oT pharmacy. Jus: received a car load of high Ben Mullins Dem. Judge grade Fen See M. G. Fish Miss Dora Mullins Kep. Judge II. & Maschacl is with his fan:-il- y or Alfred Bryant. Mt. Vernon V. H. Morris Rep. Sheriff for a fow days, his baby had' Col. Teddy Rocvelt Jr. will Diptlicria but is improving raj- Precinct No 13 speak at Lexington next Mon. MUsLida Cook idly; Rep. Clerk J m T v k it n o N S G HA U I Marriage License , List of Election Officers Ky. Campaign Opens In KraMi Was sa nEuHEk-J- b .fttiSE 12-U- m Weak "Alter the birth of my baby I had a back-set- ," wrllcs Mrs. Wattle Cross-wlilof Glade Spring, Va. "I was very III; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IscntforCardul." le, y "9 1 L V. Murrell wants all good PERSONALS Timber vttv TAKE at top prices rvrtTsnr d TV. r 33 1 NEW AGENCY FOR The Woman's Tonic "I found after one tle of Cardui I was botIm- - De Uaval SEPARATORS CREAM proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six bottles of Cardui and I was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-sen- d to me. I believe I would have died, had It not been forCardui." Cardui has been found beneficial thousands of other esses ci vomsay,troV' bles. If you feel the need of a good, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It maybe Just what you need. ... e it LOCAL o-- Rt-p- an-oth- er AU Druggists . J rot-unu- d W. N. THOMPSON - J.7G 1 ill " H Srti lr tf$;j J. T. 1?. Singleton Rep Judge Dem. Juego Dem Sheriff M Dees R. L. Payne BETTER Precinct No. 14 (J. V. Price Dem. Clerk Dem. Clerk J. B. Piko Mrs GeorgiaMcClure Rep. Judge O. H. Rice, Sr. Kep. Sheriff Precinct No. 15 Rep. Clerk Mrs. Eliza Gentry Rep. J udge J. P. Niceloy Willis Uussell Dem. Judge A. V. Norton Dom. Sherifl Precinct No. 16 Tire Mileage Increased and Cost Reduced for Small Cars nwtwrt.tm.www You can buy Goodyear Tires today at prices which are no higher than they were ten years ago. s And from these tires you can now L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing 1111 The national remedy of Holland for over 20U years; it is an enemy of ell pains resulting from kidney, liver und uric acid troubles. All druggists, thrr 3 sizes. Look for tho ntmi Gold MoJ&l co every box onJ except no iKutatfon JOHN WHITE Walter Owous Dem. Cleric Dom. judijo lim Chaney Mrs.G Vi .Bowman Rep. Judgo Logan Recner Rep. Sheriff Precinct No. 17 Mrs.W.A.McKiuney Rep. Clerk H. C. Kirby Rep. Judge Otto Hatcher Dem. Judge Sam McMullin Dem Sheriff Precinct No. 18 Dem. Cleric M.F.Craig Dem. Judgo Mrs.NatinieChastoen Rep. Judge Rep. Shoriff J. S. Cummins Precinct No 19 Mrs. Miranda Devault Rep. Clerk S. E. Chandlei' Rep. Judge Kd. Albright Dem. Judge A. J. Piko Dem.Sheriff Precinct No. 20 R. H. Hamin Dem. (Jlork Sylvan Bordos Dora. Judge Mrs. K. H. Saylor Rop. Judgo J. J. Brock Rep. Sheriff Precinct No. 21 W. h. Owens AMs A v l &. CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. At 648 S. Fourth KY. LOUISVILLE, Now la Tk.lr N.w Location Mb.ral assortment and full valuo paid FURS iJjLvMSLiM HHi (VfifS fs WAW f 11 and 31x4-incsize Gooriyear Tires built especially for small cars. including the h this fact applies to all the line, 30x3-- , obtain more actual mileage due to advancements made by Goodyear in their construction since 1910. The present cost of Goodyear mileage therefore is decidedly less and 30x3- If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires get exceptional mileage at very low cost. Ct Hides and Un Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR mm mmw sszartr. iejUPff' -- Cold, Coughs Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze. Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves Orippo In 3 dajrs Excellent for Headacho Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. & M QUININE AND 1 'Stl Mrs. J. 0. Griffin W. M. Hansol V. P. Freeman W. M. McHargue La Grippe Rop. Clerk Rep. Jjudgo Dem. Judge Dom. Shoriff Com-inittee.- gs?-- The Republican County recommending oloction officors to the County Klection Commissioners, recognized tho women by selecting a Republican woman as au olectiou officer in each 30 x 31A Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, All Weather Tread 30 x 3V Goodyear Sini;le Cure Fabric, AntJ-SkiTread d cTr ti 3 i i'j L en 150 LD Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cott no more linn tho pttcc you are asked to pay for tubes of Ics mciit why riik costly cailnss when iuch uurc protection i J available.' 4 ( 50 T" . 30x3'2 he in tcalerproefbtit ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Joke No. 3,005 IN THE STUDIO He looked into her eyes, deep, down to her very soul, and he didn't see a solitary thins except the reflection of a beautiful sign executed in PINK-STUDI- of the voting precincts of the It is our belief that tho com mittee acted wisely. In, tho first place it is a deserved recognition of tho women, and in tho second place, tho women votors will feel more free to go to the voting places when thoro are women officers thore, assisting In holding the election. Thi U another caso of the Republicans doing the right thing at the right time. they-kno- y. rmmmmXKi iMmCtximrwarmm irinwiiLi .tti 'iiTiawciwimnfliii sold by BRYANT BROS, irr ! I Jgea i :aCBSASSiailS3aOSSK3&i:nOIaSE:e Commissioner's Sale IT ' ' 1 ABSOLUTE AM I 11 iPh ft l"!'l(castlc Circuit Court L,lnhililf., James I'roctor Ac, Ni'iK'o of Com mis sioner'.-- i .Silo. Elmer Hnns, &t: , Dofoinl.ii'ts. IJyvirtuo of n judgment and order of miIu of tho Roekeistlo vs : I 8 Friday.Oo 190 Ac 10 O'CLOCK il i V Circuit Court, rendt'ied at the August Tciii, I02 '. Ilinit'iif, in Mill .vi' Ivied cause, Hi- un w 1I1 rsifiii'il nn Mm day, Octi u r 8. i9jo, between tin Il ttr-m i.'('!ici in d 4 o'clock 111 -i I 1 u. w. one Also - . - j DURHAM'S 1 In Lincoln County SUBDIVIDED 1 On Black Pike, mile ot Moreland, on Q. and C. road, Mrs Sarah J. Cone has has to sell this farm, because of Rail- 8 1 8 2 8 the recent death of her husband she cannot manage the farm alone. Her bad misfortune will result in a bargain to some This is a dandy farm in every particular; a tra' t )r one else can be used over every foot of it; fine hemp, corn and tobacco land. Well located, close to the thriving village of Moreland which has good market facilities, Graded and High school, and churches. sold in two tracts, one of 60 acres and . This farm will be 1 30 acres,or you may have the privilege of buying all of it one of tint li'i nt door of Hie iliil bi Mt. Vernon, Ky,, pi'" to exposi! to public s- h t' In !rgh"st and b'st biddtl', lln h Howlng ptnpoi't: A tract of and lncitul in Rock-c- . silo County. Ky. on tho v uIjis of Cove Hiau.h, and bounded as follows: Peginnng at a hickory sec ond con ir of Kcllys survej; tho ce a sinithi ast course 711111 ; to a gm.i live run 01 e half i njiig with ihe rniul; Ihiicf west 51 piles to a gum, ivith fins nut pointer. on the Cove Uidfjr read; thence wilhsaid Cove Ridgcronc! to a stake (5 and one half icles, il 11- -e 1 farm: a Personalty SUBDIVIDED 3 5-A- cre Lot of At Public Auction On The Premises bigini iug cornel ; thence south-we10 irst' 15 poles to a hi It iry; tiience an easi course 2opiisio a stone at the trad; Ummo a north course 10 piles 10 the hcjMiiuinjr, rontiining 30 icres with access to the tprinK'iit the 11 s uith priiitors; thence lino to a suite 23 i'oIospo 11 Saturday, October 9th AT 1:30 11 Hie -- P.M. SHARP huecli tree. Sale to be mad? on a credit of 6 montlis; piirclnser will he to give bind with "ipprov- i'f cd security for the purchase money, to live the -jt tf IMPROVEMENTSBeautif out-buildin- gs. ul 6 room brick residence, baring hgai intetest fiom oMMwmro !.;farm use. dato This splendid farm ojie of tho best in that section of tho Slate-- is located in the Ifind ,,f I jirolii comity on the (Jrab Orchird and Lancaster turnpikes, li miles iNortl: of Crab Orchard, a station on the L. ivj N. H. It., where all trains stop and about one mild from the famous Crab Orchard Hpiings, a noted health resort Pike runs timing! the farm and the old Richmond Ho id, which is' mostly gravelled, bounds two sides of it. Church and school at opposite corners of farm and easv walking dis " tance of Crab Orchard Graded School, no fjtx to pay just outside. I evel togeirtly rolling just, enough for natural drainuge-a- nd you can run all over it. 45 acres in corn; 4 acres in lohaceo; 35 acres in stubble; 25 ai'i'o-nwood loji 2(5 acres nf bfue grass and ineailow. Knough timber for mineral hast inclmliii"-1- n ivnml n mii i uVricco'cioiis for uext year. with cellar 2 halls; stock barn, hemp barn, cribs, spring house and all necessary of sale, with a lien reserved on said laud until all the purchase money is paid About 30 acres in corn, balance in mea Jow, some timothy and grass. Possession in ten days from date J , 1 92 1 , as the purchaser may desire. of sale or on January G.S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. EASY TERMS Commissioner's Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court. Susie Cribor. &i, Plaintiffs. vs : Notice of Com misMoucr's Sale. Ora Wynn and Oiis Wynh, PERSONAL PROPERTY. 8 personal property will be sold; one good driving horse, one cow, yearling heifer, buggy, saddle and bridle, lot of hay and corn, household and kitchen At the same time the following 1 furniture. For further particulars see the owner at the farm, Mrs. Sarah J.Cone, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Denver at my Danville office, orW. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster officer, or H Defendants j idg inent and g virtuo order of sale ot the Rockcas h Circuit Cour!. rendu nd at tic August Teilll. 1020. tl.eirr.f. in the above styled cause tho dersieiied will on Monday, Octo nor 18, 1920, between the hours of o'clock and a o'clock i. 111. at the front doi r of the court By of a Improveiiients: iice two story brick and frame residence, halls and porches, chicken house, double crib, fine hip roof stook barn, 32x64. and 16 feet to eaves. 35 feet to ridge built of dressed oak, matched drop siding and iw'nted. on con croc foundation with galvanized metal roof and cupola. Fine water well and cistern at dwelling, everlasting springs, ponds, Dix River etc. Well fenced and cross fenced, he owner has always prided himself on good fencing, M' st of this farm is as rich as i hey make them about the right size in these days of scarce labor, the right distance from town on one of the best pike in the county and a much traveled gravel county road, surrounded by the best of neighbors, etc.. all nf which makes it an exceedingly desirable farm, one of the very best locations in the county and a place you will be proud to call IIUAU'J. The owner is a and has instructed us to SELL. Some one is to not. a bargain. Buys, you em't go wrong on one like this. Look her ovurcare. fully, meet iisjhor J on sale day. SATURDAY, OUTDBEtt 9th, at 1:30 P.M., and pound your bids at her and you might be the lucky one to own it. A lot of nersnnnl property consisting of fanning implements household goods, etc . will be offered for sale immediately after the sale of the farm. This farm is up and sellim' for the HIGH uluWjAK witli p.ssessioti January 1st, 1921. 1 non-reside- un-j- g i 1 f Terms liberal and niai'e known on day of sale. Mr, 11. (J. Skiles, at the Crab Oichard bank, will take pleasure in showiug this farm to any prospective buyer before sale day. For full particulars see. write or phone either II. G. Skiles at tho Crab Orchard bank or fiuriiirinaifli n ' VII fin kiKUIBflfll 8 Commissioner's Sale Itockcastlo Circuit Court. Mary Cluville, &c . Plaintiffs. vs : Notice of Commissioner's Sale. Lou Clontz, &c , Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and ordnrofsalo nf the Rockcaitle Circuit Court, rendered at tlie August Term, 1920, in above styled cause, the undo r signed will on Monday, October 18, 1920, between the hours of 4 o'clock 11 m , at 1 o'clock and the front door of the court houso in Mt. Vetiion, Ky.. prccecd to exposo to public sulo, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property: A tract of laud located in Kcclc cust'o Couutvi Koitucky. and bounded and described as foil ,vs Uegiiiiiing a a beech rlted a cross the cast sido of Sj Ifod Caue Branch; thence N K on U.e rido lino of J S Ga.ld, 6 thi-ron- f, 111 1 1 jwuea 11 poles to a ston from a ) ami I one liu'or; th"iica N 4 K with tho Jroio with meanders of brunch to u slouo at curr er o fenco near a wuter gap, in nil 30 p Je ; 28 po'es thenco N 75 IJ with und 18 links 10 a stone; thence 2 w 516 poles and 16 links to a stotio at upper guto rear .1 S. Gadd s house; thence E11O 2 po.es to a V to a stone stout; thenco N U ui now to ft. f 10111 30 with the n ad .to a bun; HiSt- in- ii the county road mar a n d r: l Unco with a division f if to the beginning, contain-inabout 70 ncros. Sale to be made on a credit f 6 months: purchasor will le ro- p i ul togivoboni with approv ed s fii 7 for tho (aymeiit of hilf mirlcd fnc i :j - - n I (ore ui i effect of a judgment, house in Mt Vernon, Ry , pro- to expose to public sale, t)l3 a w ihe hi;lK'it an best bidder, the ' '&i following described proportj: A tract of la d located in Rock castle Countv. Kentucltv. on tlie waters of Round.sioiio Creek, 13 B- Col. near the villao of Conway, niuljj Block. as follows: lef;ini injj at a y.te post on a road lead in j; t3SZE2ji3rzcS&2yCgg3Z from Coiumiv to I'opp r Creel ; beariiiK leyal interest ftora date TRADE MORAL Nobody woulo thenco the L. & N right of ray INDIGESTION. BILIOU3NKSS of shg, with a lion reserved on S 14 and 0110 half w.44 and 0110 CONSTIPATION. have known the Good Samarsaid land until all tho purchase lialf piles to a stake at tho liurri Chamberlain's Ta lets hive money is paid. itan' kind act were it not for cuioaud Coinv.i' roul; tho ice S in h(nltli and lianninc-s- s 2and one ,f,.w..1!:!?J.,?,M.loi G. S. Griffin, hundreds who wire afflicted Our Savrour's parable. Be the :L t:llff. ill Vt ;m; 7, Hy.r wienie o- -i 0110 l Master Commissioner. home folks' Good Samaritan, half w. 18 one half dors to I A .with indigestion, biliousness and Rockcastle Circuit Court. Uowinan's corner in said road; (constipation. If you are 'roulded Mr. Merchant; make this pahomo with his line S. 43 one. in this way givo them a trial You Lost Mule, about ilono half To S 'nr0 certain to b qhnsed for thev half w 2I 5 poles to a per your commercial bible; 18 w hards, two yuir past, liny, hor.se Speakers of national reputation from Now York, Ohio, Illinois, Kan12 polos to CharUs'How-i....- ,, ., tif sas, Tenncstfeo, and Kentucky. Inspiring mlilreswe? ; Good Music; inu'e, largo ma.n cud tail, out of write your own parable and man's corner; thenco ..,!! i.ii "'" Tiventy-foa- r Conferonee Seyslons; Kollowshlp Lunches; Organized Mulling pasture N 8 one half w 52 pilos, line Re nd Class Demonstrations; Publishers' Exhibits. put it in our advertising col corn-- r to Charlos and Henry George Runner. Mt. Venn. 11. HIS PROPER VOCATION. Bnvinnu; thenco Henry Ihnvman li --is. Tfte Pscpla of Louisville Invite You October -- . uieN.sBW j'heiicj pas lnj hit is ihe Time To See Louisville. no. corner, spotted oak, white Kor full Information write 81 pohn, in all 'ilk, pcjintors, at 262 poles to a stake 011 hillsdo Rev. Geo. A. Joplln, General Secretary, Kentucky Gunday.School Asso- clailoa, Inc., 712 Louisville Trust DullJina, Louisville, Ky. wo blacl: oalc and fjniu pointer.--; Pe-ru-- na hence N 48-- , 4 10 I90 pol.'s to a Lai - IJIKf- Illf lr ' i'Mle. l..vo wh'i" oiks and spottid Tho following letter written has dono wonders from Detroit, Michigan Is no snap and to mo is worth its weight in u p'iintor; thi'in S 4s K o judgment expressed on tho merits gold. I shall contluuo to uso eh s to a po)lar and two whito ol the well- as long as rik public rs, laua'corni'i'; tin ucc Knowncatarrh remedy, I live and recommend but rather a mnturo, ii.i i's lino S fl w 29- - 3 5 polos to to my friends who aro sober opinion formed 11 troubled with catarrh." stiki in turn of road; thono after a full year's trial. Nothing can bo moro poles to .1 d 32 one half I? To Match This is tho way Mr. convincing than an enfiko by tho braneh at tho t Client Didn't you ninko a mistake Michael Fnko of 000 naColor Schemes dorsement of this In going Into law Instead of tho army 7 bridur; S 30 0110 half I? 30 poll s East Palmer Avcnuo, ture from an actual Utwyer Why? In tho Michigan Metio-poll- s, o a douhlo wlijto oalc at lmvor Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Colors? user. Thero aro many Client Hy tho way you rhai(.J writes: "After pooplo in ovory comside of road; the no S 36 R8 Have Them Renewed By a New Color. t ot tho using thoro wouldn't bu mu for munity whoso expert-cnco.l- n 5 poles toll MiiWo, llienre S ) V, eneU))'. about ono year will say using INCORPORATED 68 poles to tho b"giniiiiu, con I have found It a very has been Identical with WE DYE CLOTHING AND good medicino for caMr. Fako's. It is tho taininB 250 acres. Ky. DRAPERIES tarrh. It has holpcd standby for coughs, Excluded thcrofrom is a tract mo a great deal anu i colds, catarrh, stomnoh by Jonathan of three acres am vory well satisfied. I have and bowel disorders and all caAccept Wynn to G, B Cridor, and a one gained in weight, cat and sleep tarrhal conditions. - it g well, my bowols aro regular and ( ? Joi Put up In both tablet and liquid acre tract so'd bv bim to tlonry m bettor color In rny face. form. Sold kvkbvwiikue, t Logorc whore Ileiuv Luore now K ITTnllHMv. 11..T ,1U b. W. BETNURUM for X lives IP MT.V13KNON.irv. ATTCHNKY AT LAW OFFICE. Onard.floorof Sile to bi miili nn a credit of MT VKKNON, KY. 0 montlis; purchasor w II bo re J Ciiaj. c. Hahrii, PifilJ.ni oauK. 01 mi, vernon, on Will practice in ull the, iuuuj. R. 11. Unuiv, lit Vic. Church St. Special atten , OQiceon Church Street quired to rIvo bond with apJ. IUaiiTSNYDK,3i4 Vlc . M. Joj. Donovan, Sccituijr tlon ivon collectloDF. & w proved security for tho pivment 'PNnNw 80 SliOK-ORAOe- H of the purchase monoy, to have the force and effect of ajudL' Wanthd;- - Man with tram or mont bearing legal Interest from 53 PlU'ClV w auto, who can ive bond, to soil 137 Wiitlflns homo and farm aaio 01 aio, witn a uon roservun pj B orannlle Himrn.t nnAnn UI Hon.. k..W -Iikkv.iv I.HHI.VIII nf J on said land until all tlu par- """.. ."TT-. Ji W ... . jf 1. i.i.,,ii., . A reoulahly incorporated or usarnino institution .pi.yiu 1.1 5V o ..V.""i.B.?'.,JK.,MIi' 1.1' L'h. m 1 chase money Is paid. ri 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Potoflico 11 ff ca,lv inc(,"le- - 'lurnu.ry la tills rinqworm. tbttkr ?, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKV P? if ga county OD011. W1I10 todav to I. g G S. Griffin, hriicbin .un Tiy ? ctnt box at cur rltk. p.9 W& K. W ATKINS CO. Dept 144, Mailer Couimis.si. ner, fc2( Wu"13. Minn. Rockcastle Circuit Court or write for "Pioneer Threi -r ) p LANCASTER, KY. Man ite 1 u hes 8i McCarty r State STANFORD, KENTUCKY John Dinwiddie on the r.tiriil 2-- st-.kt- ; Sonday School Convention LcuisviHe, 1D20 October Every Sunday School In Kentucky Is Entitled Send Delegates. 5-6-- """J1'" After Thorough Trial a Detroit, Mich., Man Endorses "PL-ItU-N- A a, TJV3 Fin ' I GS and CARPETS .sy-3- "; -- Artistically DYED v-, 1 SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS C.C. BBDDBiaBiEiai3SS0 Louisville, ii " Bg vi5kb!rc(R5cfaftv. 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