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Vernon, Rockcastb County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, October 8, J 920 tho illness of their father Rev. A the People of Rock J. Piko, have roturncd to their homes Masters John Cook and castle County Tommic Hall, of Beren, wore on . 'nouy .,cu wuir wiv iu bohuu! Jn flf Joumal enjoyed a they caught a car and 5920. under the caption tido as fur as Brodhead, where of "No Deference Shown Democrats." they were dropped ou' at the the editor of that paper undertakes , Being acquainted to river bridge. create the impression that the with the childrens' parents, J. A Republican Election Commissioners Oliver took them in charge a returned them to their h nies iously and deliberately perpetrated a Monday night. Lost on thestreuts great crime when they appointed of Brodhead, or at fair groui.i,int twenty-onRepublican women as second day of the fair, a pair 01 Election Officers in Rockcastle gold frame glasses. Finder please County. return to J. A. Oliver and receive "Due", the editor says, "to a desire reward. Walter Robdins sold a to always take ndvantege and do cow to Nick Vanhooe. A fern s small things". The editor further of meetings aie beirg conduted at j1 "Hwo- the Methodist church by ReV.Hus-- ay8' ttm "iJB" ueraocniiic was appomieu in me enure inun ton of Nelson County. Mrs. T county". That paper nor it's editor Adams returned to her lining at seems to know nothing whatever of Philo, III. after a two weeks visit the State laws relating to the apwith her parents Mr. uNd Mrs. pointment of Election Officers. Nowt Willie Adams. Mr.and Mrs. R. in order that the editor may better d A. H Hatnm. - between . Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Established 887 33rd Year Price $ 1 .50 To REDU ED r S i. ft. Oil Bottom CUT I T- 1 1 It- L ii.jSeL-- AUTO TIR, ESS ""lo iu SO Reduction on all Automobile Casin Now is the time to fit up your Car We have all sizes. I PER CENT home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C of Spiro, and a baby bt y tho home of Mr. and Mrs Rich at ard Riddle of Copper Creek Tues day, Oct. 5th; Misses Ida jHUi"UH.lL 'LULU mu1 Black and Jim Munus were in Mt Vernon Saturday attending court Mrs. Russeil Adkins and baby of Corbin, are visiting her parents Mr. and Mis. D. 0. Chandler. -Mrs A. E. Strange and daughter MissLina, Miss Virginis Merideth attended the school fair at Mt. Vernon Saturday. Diil-inghr.Ho'-liJliil- j" Mis. Fredricksa inform himself, we would suggest Hiatt were in Berca Wednes- that he read Section 1596A Sub- day. A baby girl arrived at ll.u Kentucky Section M. This 5V Hi- - JUVWU. ,&, A,' in'" t M tTMJMBihi jT' - v?RlBi5f'rii tw "Jbwvt WcaveWtfre1 ' m is the time to get a bargain if you are interested in buying a car. iW ' iiili,j Drop In And Let Us Show You a Rockcastle Garage it 0HHHKKHK0MKHKHH0 $ Brodhead News O-- O CKKKKMJ-O-O-O-O-- Q Mr. giul Mrs. w. A. Cnnton, wus at homo from Louisville unt-- , Sat. - her par nlso Mr. Dan McCnlleu of June Dry Ri lje tion City werxj, in first of lust wcelc. Mrs. Josh Wil son was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Susie Parish at Crab OrchMr. and Mrs, ard last week. Robert Tu.vlor and little daughter Mildred, were in Mt. Vernon Tuosdny- .- Wo aio hd to rep ort Rev. A. J. Piko very much Mr and Mrs J. G Frith.- -- Kitty lones was with her parents at Stanford from Friday until Sunday- .- Miss. Ethelyu Gravely hus been suffering from Tonciliti" but is very much better. Mrs. W, A. Cursor was iu Mare', Miss burg between trains Monday, -- improved. Mrs. Utta Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKenzie and son, Bill and daughter Sulllo and Brown littio Miss Suella Fist) Miller Co!ds Catarrh Coughs We are now entering upon the season, which necersarily holds these ailments in store for us. We all know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Let us reccommend our Palatable Extract of Cod Livr Oil with Hypopfosphites for best results Sco us for further information Price $1.00 for One Pint Guaranteed to give results. Pioneer Druer Store SHERIDAN BOWMAN, Proprietor. wero down from Mt. Vernon Sun- Harrison. Mr. Bud Ross anb Miss day. Misses Alho Mae add Rliz.i Bee Howard- - Miss Mao Sowder Cummins were with honiofolUs nt aud Mr. Richard Menifee have CrabOrchard Saturday aud Sun- been made man and wife. Heartday. Mrs. E J. Wullenand dau- iest cougratulations and bebt ghters Misses Hazel and Lillian wishes aro extended to each and and sou Orrin, Less Rider Mi.sses everyone. Mrs. Honrv Brown Nellie Curtr, Winnie Keller, and ing and son, Walter, wero from Isabello Martin were iu Danville Irving Ky fin of week A ' Saturday to seen football game Payne purchased a cow from A Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham Mr. M Hiatt Grauvilio Owens and aud Mrs. R. A. Sparks were hero son, Delmers, Mr. und Mrs Virgil from Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mr. Martin and children, Melborta aud Mrs. J. Thos. Cheery were and Albert Gleusteti, Mrs. Mary hero from CrubOrchard Sunday. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Joh Wilson Miss, Thelma Frith of Highland and aims, Homer and Kenneth Park Is visiting tho fannies of Misses Almeda Barton und Isab""I UIIKIM L.b,l'llliUUUU .UUUIiCU olla Martin, Mrs. J. C. Lawrence Friih. Miss Ulla Belle Newlaud M. Ida Adams und son, Shirty, wus nt homo from CrabOrchard A. IJ Albright and daughter Saturduy uud Sunday. Mis Worth, and Vivian, Ralph Albri-gh- t Win. Rammers was iu Stanford motered to High Bridge SunTuesday having deutal work dono day aud spent a most enjoyable Mrs. Joha Evans, und Ben day. They wore joined at Crab. Pitte returned to their home in OrCharb by Miss Odessa Burton DJtroit Tuesday after visiting and at Uativille by Mr. Dan McCl. their father Rev. A. J. Pike who Master Lester Ryland ellan. has been so ill, Robort Taylor has been suffering from too will sell at public auctionSaturday Cass thacho.-Rosc- oo Pike of Danville, at two o'clock his household and Cbarlos Pike of Corbin, and John kitchen furniture Ho will move to Pike of Lebanon Junction, who Missouri in the near future. wero called hero on account of Rev. and Mrs. George Childress are with her father, George AN AGREEABLE SURPRISE. "About throe years ago when Ballengar at Disputauti. Miss. wus suffering from a severe les Ruth Frith and Vivian Albri-gb- t cold on my lungs and coughed wore in Mt, VeruonSautiday. most of the tiuib night and day, i Judge L. w. Bethurum was I tried a bottle of Chamberlain's dowu fiom Mi. Voinon Tnesday. Cough Remedy and was surpris Brodbeud is woll represented ed ut the nrommiess with which writes Mrs. In tho matrimonial list this week, itgavejmo relief, James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. since our last issue Mr. Dock Many another hus been Haggard and Mrs. Kllon Brooks od and pleused with tho surpris prompt Miss Sussio Cash aud Mr. Aithur relief afforded by this remedy. -- Statutes. 3. of law will explain to him just how election officers are appointed. The County Executive Committee of the Republican party, of Rock- i' Tumi ifflii ill 11 in KHiU uuiwuni. in Bummai.m of Election (mmissionerstheTiamestconc"iusoni that while theDeraocrats of persons wanted appointed aselec-'ha- (i a paper in this County, it was tion officers to hold the Election, PaitPH too decentlv to make un- Novomber 2, 1920, as the law pro truthful charges. It did not claim vides, In that List of names were treaclrery on the part of the opposing the names of twenty-on- e of our very party, because to do so woujd be to best women. They were appointed, state an untruth. It could not as the law requires, and will serve charge dishonesty against the sworn with credit to themselves and to the officers of the County or Districts people of Rockcastle County. because to do so would have been a The executive committee of the libel and a Democratic fabrication. INDIGESTION. BILIOU3NHSS Democratic party also submitted a TIP LANGFORD, CONSTIPATION. Sheriff and Chairmau, list of names of persons it wanted to Chamberlain's Tablets have Board Election Commissioners. represent the democrats at the polls restored to health and happiness U. G. BAKER, officers. Now, hundreds who were afflicted as Election every person Mr. Editor, Commissioner. named by with indigestion, biliousness and each and yt. the'democratic''cbmmitee"Wasvduly contrpation. If '9ou"are troubled APPROPRIATE. is. Tr time in this way give them a trial V011 ayniiitmt iu act vc;. Owens, the Chairman of the Demo are certain to be qleased for thev cratic party in Rockcastle, through will benefit you. Mr. W. G. McBee, the Democratic USELESS ADVICE. member of the Board of Election Commissioners forRockcastle County furnished the names of Democrats whom they wanted to serve. We appointed each and every person they named not an argument over a single person. Satisfactory to the Chairman and Election Commissioner for the democrats in Rockcastle County and satisfactory to ourselves. Tt ia voru .innr tn lies tlinf IF tTio pff ' .. Executive Committee of the Demo- 1 crats had wanted women for elec Elslo I got nut prize at cooking t!on 0ffi,ce.s they wo,d -term. I would adv.se you" sa.d the do, fve - lebool lastWhat was tt? ! mitted their names. We, the RepubPeggie "to avoid drinking coffee." -Elsie A beautiful boo'.:: "ITrat AH 1 do," replied the patient "X Hcan members of the Board of to tho Injured." tion Commissioners would have been ! only too glnd to have agreed with the Democratic member of the Board of Election Commissioners and appointed women for the Democrats if they had given us the opportunity. The Democrats seemed not to have wanted women, and,of course, we could only appoint those the Executive Committees of both parties asked for. The Republicans of Rockcastle county have always stood for woman suffrage and will continue to stand for and recognize them in every possible way. We want each and every woman iu Rockcastle County, the State of Kentucky, and the Nation to go to the poles on the second day of next month and cast her vote for tne nominees of the party of her choice. No voter of Rockcastle was ever intimidated since the Republicans have been in power in the county. Every voter's ballot is counted as cast. As usual, our election omcers, both Democrats and Republicans, are made up of our very best citizens The blame is not to be charged to the Republicans of this County, nor the Republican Commissioners. To our surprise and to the disgrace of the Democratic party, it did not respect the good women of this County sufficiently to have them appointed .l-'ft- ; km iH mw I Elec-board- -" E&aPK vr i Your Prefer tflKrr(tr? a QjtdfcvvibvlX-yCtGA- Really ar Clothes Our of yours no doubt u about some new clothes. is "raising a racket Better bring him here and give him a chance to pick out what he wants. He will leave smiling. So will you. Here's the reason. That healthy, husky youngster High Quality -- Low "" THE ONE-I'RIC- Prices! 1 1 1i V F CASH STORK l " ii . jyounfi Vernon g g n a i MOUNT VKUiVO.V, nlrtn Bl tlie at 1 aitrttttJ&uje&Jipxims2tiM'23rx3m&ntB3xxatttxa !! "" K V FRIDAY, OCTOHKU in krrnin.(.inM l 8. 1!)20 ntlrr. K'ocKcsvvffe C'ounfy Ml Wrunn, Ky, P.m'oI'ic mull I'lililishci! cvirv I'ridiy by Farmers Show Prog vers n. il" HANSFORD Miss. ICItu M- -l Hi'st n' h v mm ii ii n Siiiiii' n , Crutchcr 6c Starks Clothes toisas nnev mi M SS I -- H -- an investment in good appearance II vill.t.UK '. v 'r i A: '.VjII As FriJo In Their Homes Wr Hi- all' in i iO"i I I ' .i it ICilil I , e ' i ti'iT s' l It Took But Congressional jT.'.iM' I"':! i Investigation To Show Facts of History's Greatest Waste 'P1IE World tlniKUIlimniul snu.uvu.uuu.uuu . (!i:i. c Iii mil.- llmf :i l.i'jic liiniil'cr cf lltr m mhI limni! o'vii'T ai'f iiikinn priili' i.. cll'l'llt'i". CI III "It .'ill I llllH"l,MI''llH !n ! Oi"o'i Mr i f'U'l r ' ii ! lie V'alx tr it- limr- in . Mini InMii-- i lv in .'im! .orn Iff I ip I" 'if I" l i - i.tl:ituc Iiniiiiisi well pli-ast'- i' Il'.'itintr t ji I Win' li.ivc jilaiit.--. iiliviitly in , xtt'lllS. ' I I" tiii'ir Imiiii'v jimiI war cost the United States $20,000,000,000, besides the 'I M. C. Snjlor Jim Moniv IS I l . .1 rnnn 1. . num in ri . John Mini; Jin Nik: luiinuu to me ames. inai is $zw) puis diuu ior (i V. Ilrnwii Mdxh MulliiiH every nan, woman and child in the United States. II. I.Inv ilto It K i.'iiliin England mobilized 7,fl00,000 men France, 7,500,000, W C Vlai end Itally 5,000. Each of the three nntions was in the war much longer f st NutiiciiiiH ollii'r Ii'itiii'x will lx luinlit'iiril mul waile luiij Ji't t Uiiu !. 111. millits :i!iii' turn lliu J Il.( dl.T O'S. I':ic.Un. .in iln-ithan the United States. Our average daily expenditure for each mini under arms was four times that of England, six times that of France, and nearly ten times Horse Cave Kv. that of Italy. This, even though, through two years of watching, we July 1, 1919. knew of the allies' mistakes. J. Ii. Colt Coinp.my, Why these colossal differences ? The American people have n right Factory at Chicago. 111. to know. They should know. OHicials of the administration, which (ictit- : f installed oim of your automatic t'eed '"oh piured forth this deluge of other people's money, nre now calling on the outlits about ten yoai ago. This was iimmI for Limiting nation to approve their conduct at the polls next November. lilitin' the store 1rooms and hotel. It ha given jicifect have never been to an o.H'Um- - for .satisfaction, and One reason stands out inn lurid light. It is this; The production repairs on this plant. of war munitions was so mismanaged in the United States that supplies Very truly. were not available for our troops. We were forced to buy equipment Clarence Owen-.- , from our allies, thus duplicating the expense. We tried to build, all told. 20,000 pieces of artillery and to provide for them ammunition, at n cost of $3,000,00 000. We produced nothing that got into the fight except a few 75.mi!hmeter shells and 72 guns, which appear to have been a part of pre-wproduction. We ordered $21,000,000 worth of ambulance harness and then found rTfTTTT 'y-that our ambulances were motored. TAKKX UP ASTUAV Hrown sp nt Thurs Mis. We paid to construct army training camns $1,200 0G0 000. Of this. iI.h. ni. .lit uiili Misses' Vellil and One black mule roit il.M V toour-l.UOO.OO: are, "A TEN YEAR TEST." rh tins p r in I tfs Cn.M . Uullick wer" In1 file s nf Mr-I- I iileeU j.'tuiiiUii'tlier Kiind.iv Till' leiviit foist h ii n t d e nuv serio is ill nine l!ir iinh lid." 'part .Mr rlinnle Chuiiry of tinllo"s section attei di'd clnircli a' Itl'ie Hiii'in-- i Suiid U'.- -R v Cor iu-cmidttetid services at due ICtie Sprint's, Sunday. .Mi-s- o .Hid Jewel Hilllnclf wer.' the ;rue-.- i of their .in it, Mrs J H Mullock, Sunday. Mrs. (J. A Hullock and Mi Ii.!-- ; , visited Mrs. Bullock's Mrs Nettie Jnclcson nl l''irris,lCy Inst wivlc. Scvenil at et iii wh ,' lust Sn!i.lii - I , all 1 ivport M'hool fair list welt u tinoexiliitlon. Mr V. Kob'iin-- . .itid f ninly and Mrs. 'he Hugh Kobliins and little duui;h ter .itten.led church at Wile Springs, Sunday. Mt.sscs Martha aiul Maty R ilibius attouded clinch sir. ice u Hlne Siin;.s, Sun i i - u C. BATE C. Representative yT" C 1 cyi lift n. t 4 tut, JUST CANT SAY ENONCH MT. VERNON, KY. FOR II l Lightweight O'Coats tht 'Jll0mm'.jf-Z---mo.s't ' Louisvilie Man's Trotdjlcs Cod I ete-yaseasily wubled.Hper cavfcT&'StSapaW---- " "" '" lux-'ln- When in August. 1918, General Pershing gave the order to attack, our army had no tanks. On August 30. 1918. two battalions of French tanks came to help our army, but they were grossly inadequate. How many American graves in the e forests are there because the American army had no tanks to aid in the fight ? Who know ? If given complete, the record of Democracy in the World war would stagger the imagination and dumbfound the understanding. There is nothingllike it in government since government began. Meuse-Argonn- Yet in face of this record, the Democratic party has the embalmed impudence to call upon the nation to retain it in power and to enable it, under the mere alias of Cox and Roosevelt, to perpetuate, as far as in it lies, the devasting policies and practices of Woodrow Wilson's administration. The National Republican iitfW,li""iff t I'ti.ic lino inM z itmi l Saturday night oim Gains riftcn Pounds. Roberts sjieiit fm. tt(,vt.rti;oill,inl um bwnnnie fCell. with relatives at Ocala have actually jrainul ,Jeno Pigg Price was up from Livingston Sat s rted in weigh since K Dispu Sunday with his urday night and r.tnlae," said Chalmers L Holies MUs M. E Price mtther. Mrs. ,.,. i,vt flfiii..i S32 South Thirty Fourth street, ro:,...,r S.ilKe Hurst spent Saturday night q. Fish L"ui-.v- i le, aKv. aid Sunday with her sister Mrs ,,l(t. ptrt i,7K.r se0 "Two and half cir- aj?o I com David Brown at Walnut Grove Alfred Hrwmt. Mt. Vernon. in 'need suUeiinfr from indiest io.i. My a;ietiie wis eoinplelelj juiu', and ivci when I did foee . down a liitlt- .oinethinj: it would 3crsxrscxv-1 fiftoe:-poun1 nspfuL - VP" odt-.- .. i.rj (.uui ment in vour wardrobe OOOL evenings, cloudy weather, on auto trips and in travel ing -- every man finds frequent and satisfactory use for a light weight overcoat. always handy, always ready for service for any emergency. A good one usually lasts several seasons. We're showing a large variety; hundreds of coats of it, It is - WHAT you lose must be added to baking costs it has to be paid fcr. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of that. Be- s liclilfo a rock in x, stoimicli, shoWd tlleir appreciation by thoir ".school veils" ami snn'S Tim Warren G Harding, for President piirado furnished by the various Calvin Coolidye, for Vice Pros .schools, with their flaw's a .d ban Iners Hying was beautiful. Robt R. P. Ernst, for U. S. Senator F Sneiice held an examination J. M. Robsion, for Congress of tlio schools thut were repreB. J. Bethurum Praises Signal sented and cared to compete, with Prof Beard, of Uerea college, n Somerset. Ky jndgf, and awarded first prizo to Oct. 2. 1920. Cove, and second prize- to Oal Mr. R. H. Miller, Hill However, all deserved Editor Mt. Vernon Signal, creditable mention Dear Robert Harry: I received the first isue of the Signal under We hope to bo able, at an early your management, and hasten to date, to give a complete list of all congratulate you upon its appearwinners, and thus cuconr.iuc a ance and the splendid announcefriendly rivaly that will ma.ee for ment which you make to the peo- a digger and better agricultural ple upon the assumption of editorand school fiir next yeir, if pos ial (management Jof this ri'liuhle old paper. I trust that you will so improve the plant thut you will be able to give to the good people of Rockcastle county a newspaper, which in appearance and material pub' lished, will be the equal of any weekly newspaper iu this Stute. I know that you can do this, and 1 feel that you will take a pride in this work, and realize that what the people want is a neat, newsy paper, full of clean, high-clas- s matter, dovoted to the interest of your town und county and the moral uplift of the people. Wishing you much success iu this new field, and predicting for the Signal a brilliant career under your management, I am. Sincerely yours, B. J. Uethurum. sible. Republican Ticket ccuse when you use it there are no failures no lo:ses. Hvcry bakand ing Is sweet ar..l stays moist, ter.dcr and delicious to tlu lait tasty bite. turn seur aid bleat 1110 u with !i until I 'Mi as tight as a drum. '1 had awful ( ramp, in inv titn ach ultur meals, I would roll and tosi in the. bed all night long with out sleeping a wink I kept going Horn bad to worse until fiiialh I woi Ic for two weel, thinlt a rest would help me; but dir ing not get tiny bet'er. topp.-- the world's most famous makes. 22-50 to $65 .00 i That's a big saving but 13 3teSare cSanckreze(Vaa(p t that isn't all. You save when "About thiatiiue I lc'id a state-inen- ycu ouy uajumcc cnu you save when you use It. in a new.spnper and dceided U-- ISUW rMJiyi;K-- a i "fiESV E.V V&5T" -- KS3 possesses mote than the Jt3S! M ! It is reasonable in cost and or- - LEVEL GREEN Mr and Mrs. John VV. Mnllins and two little sons of Herea spent from Thursday until Sindiiv xith relatives here and at "hfco. Tlwy wereneeoinpaned home by tlio"r niece Margaiet Mullim who will enter schooll tiler ... .Mrs. Ar thur Hurst md children of Gur- rad county, hero for an extended . Mr and Mrs McnroO Miller of Mt. Vernon are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hinniet Anderson Rev Iluchi'is of Poncher-- v lie held services at Mt Pleasant Miturduy vis-it- dinary leavening ttrength. You pay less and use less. Vou fiet the most s. in purity, uepenuauinty ana wnoie-somenes- fitrnnr .Mjf i; lii ui;oi. &..v.jr iiMir-- if ik 10 ft Uf.. way to keep down bi.kInucosts.That is what has made it the world's big- pesi seinnuuaKWi: powaer hasKcpt it the favo ite of millions of house umet llakinr? i wives tor more than thirty years, Powder, 1 tea Good wholesome bakings can be spoon lemon, made onlv of cood mnteri;ils. no 1 vnlta nf O pirtrs. Then mix in tha other way, souse only pood bakintf regular way. powder anifRood plain llour (not Ti ! self-risin- Calumet Sunthhie CaUe Rccipa Yf cup of butter, Vz cups granu. ill lated siinar. 2U j 1 cup j H cups flour, water, a level teaspoons Cal; jj '9 togivo it atrial. Hcfore I had mken all if the first bottle my improve niont was simply remarkable While I have taken only seven bottles all inv tr niblcs are coin pletelv gone It has been over a month since-- btoppeii taking Tan lac, but I can cat a good meal of ouioiii, eibbage, meat, petatoe.--- , or just anything I want, and never a ,sinn of indigestion. Why, feel as sttcng as I ever did in my lite." Taulac is sold in Mt Vernon by Chns. C DavU; in Mrodhcnd by the Uiodhead 1'li.niimcy, mid in Livingston by U Ci. vVeb' ; i Burr by V. M. Oaous, 1 ) he-art- (pCHER&SlARKS Granville ft.Burfon Louisville The Metropolis fons ofKentucky 1 L V. Murrell wants all good Wanted: Iidy. or Cientlen an Agent in tlm city of Mt Vernon for Wntkius famous products Known Itvcrywliero Hiu Piolits Write .l.U.WatKius Co. 55 Mem phis, Tenn. Timber at top prices NEW AGENCY FOR Hour). and Sunday. ! litis continue and Mrs J. L!tM very Job sielfJr Mul- - Mr. , f3HSBSc2S5S!155SS 3oE5SSin 01 EVER BILIOUS? ft Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, says: have never had to use very much medicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste In the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would take a dose or more of and it would straighten me out and make me feci as good as new. We have used in our family for years 1 Black-Draug- WJI.J) 1IY w treatment or ITCH, ECZEMA. IUNUWORM, TETTRR er Itchliif tklr. dlteote. other 75 Try a cent box at our lUk, utltKiMi Mnnto nmallAn If HUNT'S Solve hilt In the htr Pioneer Drug Store J. Hrowe, are The SCHOOL FAIR The Rockcastle county n'hool and agricultural fair held iu Mt. Vernon hut Saturday wus a great The location was ideal, bueccSB. ami the smiles on the faces of the school children radiated to those of the older ones unt'l everybody had a Miiilo. The program far excelled anything of its Itind we have ever attended. Ju fact it was a real gain day for everyone ll.uulv.- - It kociim who cuiiiu The exhibits from that d;fh" to j .Hi's of the county were cross tie hauling is the order or simply Maud. The day was tf tho day now, but they go to He i id o'f by iiiiimo furnished by Urodheud now instead of Mt Ver non as the Somerset road has eot- tini Vernon band. There wuru cli t.i.guished ed.untorb from dif. ten i i such a condition that it can t reut cities of the State, who hardly bo traveled only horseback ii.ngbt mesagges to tho enthus or afoot.- - There will bo setvjecs usMo crowd of teachers, parents ut Friendship the third Saturday and trustees, who in return night and Suuday in this month - hoio fioai liidiiinti for a fow weolr visit with his ptrant".. Mr mid Mrs Henry Tedd spout Saturday night with Mr and Mrs. O I, Hatcher- - Mrs. J II. Jiullolc hits bvou ery sjclc for the past two weeks.. Leve Hasty has about recoverd from typhoid.. Mr and Mis. V K Anauivui and Miss Hess Ui'Hord pLut Sutui-diin.l Sunday in Uvingslon the gues's of I', h Mulliusaiid f.nnili' 'm Hrown spent Saturday night with his daughter Mrs. MeWi-Ihamsat SI ( L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing' Dc Laval SEPARATORS Vo have taken the ugency for the famous De Laval Cream Separators becuuso we heliovo tho Do Laval will do letter work and lust longer than any other separator made, and that it is by far tha cheapest and most wtlsfectory machine to uso. We have machines 0.1 hand at all times and will be pleased to demonstrate their superiority to any one. V 0 have put In a stock of De Laval Oil and aro in a position to loolt after tho needs of all users of old Do Laval machines in this locality. THEDFORD'S CREAM LIILPIySililrn R and it certainly !s the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, It has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am Slat! to do so." is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Thedford's t. At all Druggists. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draugh- I JOHN At 64S S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. """TS & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. WHITE Now la Their New Locetloa Mbtril aitortment and full viluo paid RIHS Hide and Coat Hln WJjfitt?j2mm I 1 Alvays Insist on the Genuine! M7 ( READ the SIGNAL W.N. THOMPSON MARETBURG. KY. Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways k mm (jlW1 P Wi i SUPPLEMENT rr-a'. ' ra vi ilmi .rt M - Home of Booneway I " ".'3 1$ riiiaifti $v Vv r ipil w & GltlttlStl J 920 (Centrally Located between Cincinnati; Knoxvilfe & Louisville FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, October 8, Established 887 33rd Year No. 52 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky WIL.'U ' Price $ J .50 PER YEAR )N advance ni t H AI'KL, NO riO.s riiinit-.- The' American Red Cross 1 luiso whose were on honor ro'l thu pist month itrf; Kfrlh jrralo, Luna Riddle, Itoxiu fenylor, and tlol ins, and nli S.iylor Ssvutitli undo. Mar-toPriytio mi1 Katiti Simp():', Fourth j;rado, Dora Uiddlc, Jesslo L?cco, Hirmau Uosltins, Tl.i.-urudo Hrzcl SimpMiii, Ivnl in H!conb Kliner Riddlo, and Eve rcit Urocic Second grado. Homer Illuiiton. Klt rado. Hon Ho.sUin, Lucianl'ordes, nud Ered Haleomh Tliiife whoso grades averaged HO for past month arc: liooue tfty Inr, Joliu Saylor, Ixie.an"d Mag (tc ll()kiiis, Maii.ui ra.xue and r.'iua Hidille. Hit man Hcsk irs. Josi( B 10110 Savior 1n.1i: ing higlitsturadus, Autiin lloiia tin Do-'jiin L-e- THE; NEW DAVID AND GOLIATH WOMEN In both parties agree tho educational scale, hut there Is on every hnnd that she Is now thoroughly aroiiioil. If she will fully realize from this tlmo forth that education can not he promoted without adequate revenue nnd that the necessary funds must be raised 110 matter what the cost. I am sure that with the exercise of eternal vigilance on the part of tho men anil women of the state, with nn Insistent demand for Wiiilc Opposed In Political Campaign They Are United On Kentucky School Problems Mrs. John V. Langley, Chalrmati Woman's Division Republican Campaign Committee, gave jour correspondent the following Interview concerning tho new si'hool laws and the coming election of County Hoards of Kdueatlon In November: "To my mind the greatest forward step that has been taken In the direction of a higher standard of education was the ratification of the nineteenth amendment to the Federal constitution of placing the ballot In the hands of women, ami for the reason that her inllufiice Is essentially moie constantly wielded than that of the men In the l'ome life of thu ililldrcn which Is the formation period of their character anil the most enduring part of It. "This is not because women realize any more fully than men do thu vital importance to the future of the nation of a good clean school system, hut because, as the history of civilization to the present from Its beginning shows the mother's' Influence Is greater than that of the father over the children of their household. It therefore follows-n-s ton luiclier. cunstipat!on. The lieginning of nltnostever) serious disorder is cuistipition If you want lo in joy good heal ill ueep your bowels regular Thi-i- s beat accomplished by propel diet and exercise, but 'Oinetimes a medicine is needed and when Lhatnhe-casc- yu wilt ftntr Uhamberlain's Tablets aio excel lent. They are mild and uentli in their notion, easy and pleasant to Ule Give them a trial. Thej only cost a quarter. Hair puts $(,, shaves 150, wiil tonics r e Geutry Bareer Shop- of omrwtf : AMFDirAKI RFH CROSS m .mm ni iiivii- r rT c Eastern Europe bTc tui -- H) Cemetery Fund Hizel Parrel t Tnhit-n $10.0" 10.00 Pnrr-t- t 0. W. Williams piHHKKiafekkk ly1- B&kL JBBH6fe-C!SKjvtfP- ' 9? e E T MuiHiis 5.00 D Bryant 20.00 E A. Ftedericic 10.20 Mrs M J. Bmtiurum 2500 The following Hardin Cool'idgi' i;)n))B have been orgoiuzcu ovti tho Ctaimy: Erndlioml, Mt VV'ldie, Pine Hill, Livingston Blue Springs School House. Con way, Hammond School HoU Ottaivny School House, Popln Vei-non, 25.00 Grove School Houso. HOME SERVICE FOR EVERYBODY IN NEED Do you know what the present day Home Service of tho American Ued Cross Is? Many people do not know that, beThey have Just received winter clothing, food unit condensed sides completing the work for luttlWltlda. men, especially tho disabled, it pro milk for th baby. Similar work is being done for llussiuu refugees driven vldes tho same neighborly service to home. families In general that It formerly gave 'families of soldiers, sailors and murines. "Home Service covers a wide nnd varied field," says Frederick C. Mun-rogeneral manager of the American Ited Cross. "It gives aid to families In solving such problems as budget planning, marketing, tiding over times of financial stress, keeping children In I HjBHPSCtw k UmV&Kf m.u 8k jEtjFjsSBSjfflMKTrT? jh school, helping crippled children, wld oncd and deserted mothers, children backwurd In school 'nnd chlldien In conlllct with the lnws. It renders service to the homeless and transient, to the Illiterate, to tenement dwellers, to the unemployed, and ghes friendly assistance nud advice to foreign spenk-Ingroups." In addition to helping families In the solution of their own problems. Home Service helps in strengthening the weak spots In the social life of communities. It Joins hands with othsafer, ers to mnko communities healthier and happier. Organizing action along lines In which the community Is already Inter ested is one of the objects of Home Service. It has established community meetings, patriotic celebrr.tlons. pageants nnd picnics. Itest rooms, recre-ntlofacilities, play supervisors and moving pictures have been proldcd Through Homo SerUru other ngencle are Influenced lo bring nbout Improved commercial nniiiseinents nnd better mIiooI fnrlllttes and to promote traveling llhiaries as well as to secure conn ty agricultural and home demnnstru linn ugents. If you need assistance at any time, TMl wtfutlnj, which hongs In National Headquarter of the American 'lioii Cre, WMhlugton, depicts the Jiomugo of America's lighting men to go to the secretary of the nearest Ued Alucilcaa wnMShood as moulllieu lor service in me vvoriu war uy nut doss chapter and describe the slum i'.funUfttlov It U the collaborative scientific nnd art creation of M11J01 tlnn Your confidence will be sncredly . i..k.nii n Kltchdt. late of the General Staff, U. S. A., and P. Luis Mora, respected nud eery possible effort will t the New Yrk School of Art, The face bf the central figure Is a composite be nmdo lo aid you. cf tb- - foutur of thousand lied cross wornerg seiectea xor tne purpose. American Red Cross Roll Call, Tho Fourth Annual Roll Call of the OHAMBKRLAIN'S COUGH American tied Cross will be held thlf V RKMEDY. year from Armistice Day, November L w BETHURUA This remedy Is intended ospo. II, to Thanksgiving Pay, S"oeinher2o INKY AT LAW A1 period the men Inclusive. During cially for couglis, colcN, croup and women of the this Ml vHUNON, I.Y United State will ico in all th lout;., ? pay their annual dues and renew their y and whooping cough. From a membership. ifi! on Church Street small beginning its salo utid use Anierlcumi who contribute to the Ited Cross would feel limply repaid fur their generosity If they could see wliut It luvuiis to hundreds of thousands of war weury sufferers In the Hulkaus. Here Is u widowed ltoiimimlun mother with btr five children just after u visit to a Hed Cross relief station. All tire barefoot and the boy at the left Is wearing clothes made of scraps from tho tra "Thine Is the Glory" g n 'cy&or$tt&x JOHN WHITE 4. Cfl. LOUISVILLE, KV. ' nstortmtat vl frit . lui paid "S.-u- i llldat nnj oxtended to all parts of the States and to many fountrios. This alono is niousflt 'o convince one that it is u med c in' of more, than ordinury m fit ( iire it a trial and you will find l his io lo the caso. lut U'ti fd C. C. for-plfj- n ATTOUNKY-AT'LA- Williams MT.VKKNON.KY. OHFICB. On2rd.flooror Bank ol Mt. Vernon, onrf Church St. Special atteu C tlou kIvod collections. jT 'pnonk 80 V added power to aid in consumating her ideals wlil be exorcised to the maximum by tier. "No one will seriously contend that better education will affect the political alignment of tho people. It will onlS1 better equip them for deciding how to Intelligently cast their voted on BIG any political question. They will conMrs. Samuel M. Wilson. tinue in the future as they have done to entertain divergent the best aud nothing but the best for In the past Democratic Senator and Republican Leader In Accord views as to what character of legisla- the children of Kentucky, and with n tion and of administration Is best cal- conscientious determination to reward On Welfare of Children culated to advanco the Interests? of the our teachers in n way commensurate, state and the nation. The point I wish at least in some degree (they could not Senator J.. C. V. Ueckman was seen realize that good schools for all of to make Is that the question of educa- be adequately compensated), witli the some time hgo by your staff repre- the children are the solid foundation tion should he exalted above political great work they are doing for our fusentative who mkod the Senator for stones upon which 11 republic like ours questions and entirely divorced from ture men mid women there Is every ills views upon the new County School Is erected, flood schools mean an ed them. reason to believe that Kentucky wilt ' assume and main Adminlstrntirn Law. The Senator's ucated public which will think sanely, : position worths very hopeful statement Is given in full act Mincly and vote sanely at all times .atlonal." ' I of her In matters I l below : mid en all questions. That every child, 'iisriHHHHKiiib. "While I have not hnd a to everywhere, may bo educated, good South, the Mrs. Christine school law ikuVoiI 1.V schools must exist 1n our cities, in read the assistant secretin. i .Lo llvpubllcnn lte last KesHon of the l.es'sl.ituye. I our sr.mll towns nnd In our most re-- 1 National Committee, gave the follow. . liave. been hlrormed of ltn uenenu Dr- - moto rural uikiticih. vll6iiJ."iiiHiniirverj- - liSpeftil I hit' it) "Many of our large dries unci fownsr -school syMems I t will uccompfish groat food for our have developed srrons count;.- - si'liobis nuil enable th m to ijlig..'ita?njiieUfucumcatloinctHCi-u-jt.ff5tC3E?$iy'??!$5JV'?s'C 'K"r?m',S3 mnko fiwiter imigress llian ever. "It Is I.arilly neccwiry for me to say how deeply mtorestisl I am in Jfe:!iArSKaS?rMEJI BMtt I t!.e school work In our State, for dur1111 119 1.) Iiuiiilllli.1 NETaKKL V??' SZ3 ing the time I v::s u member of tl:. be equality of opportunity for educaLeg hlature, anil Ciwriior, I nhvajs tion for all the children rich and cm silderatlnn lo the poor, native born and foreign burn, rfiivo esjiei-'a- l progress ami deelipinent of our city and country, white and black, ehool It Is a grout woik. until Ignorance everj where Is riic rural school have not, of course, by disciplined information. ii hiiil tin advanlngis of the city schools, tm-::.MOur children are worthy of better I earnestly hope that the new and teachers; our teachers are worthy ot syMcui adopted under lh!s law may better pay; democratic education Is - Mitlsfai'tory und Miccessful In proMentitled to the loyal support of all. every way. "Our schools must he forever di"1 understand thnt under the new vorced from politics. The new County law County Hoards of Kdueatlon aiv Uiw, when School Administration Mrs. John W. Langley. t,o be elected In the Matt on November properly appreciated and properly 'Jnd, and I trust that the people of will iiccoinplMi this end. The "We must secure a deeper Interest every county will realize the great Imon the part of all of our people In this host men 11ml women In each county, portance, of this election and see to It nllilintiou, greatest of nil movements, for after iVganlless of political that the best persons possible to seall lias been said and done, we can should be selected for membership on cure for that work shall be elected. not fully prepare the children of today "The success of tho law will depend for the duties and responsibilities of to a very considerable extent upon citizenship that they might later A. T. Hert. Hon. tho character nnd Intelligence of those unless wu succeed In getting pubwho make up these county boards. which are giving splendid service. A lic sentiment crystallzed behind all "There Is no more-- Inipoitunt win I; few of the rural districts In Kentucky strong school movements. In our State than the Improvement "I believe this Is now being accomhave done the same thing for their and development of our schools, and children, but many counties have been plished by tho recent legislation which ns especially the rural schools. I In giving the country child lias been put Into operation anil that teaiher In the com- backward for three joins s edthe good results of these laws will cona real cpportunlty for a In this State, aud I haw mon schools ucation because of laws which have tinue to grow 11s time passes on. t "I sincerely believe that the gixxl permitted the schools to he pulled into women of our state are going to put I01.1I polities. "It Is Indeed fortunate thnt both of their whole hearts, their rnlniN, and the political parties In Kentucky at Uielr strength Into this movement ami the last session of the Legislature ue the ballot accordingly. If they do " this success Is certain ami we will M laid aside all party feeling, got mix. und passed a group of strong have a happier, brighter und better school laws that will remake the rural Kentucky." schools. These new school laws will asked When your correspondent practically take the County Boards of Mrs. Samuel W. Wilson, committeeKdueatlon nud the County Superintendent out of politics ami keep them man 011 the Democratic Statu Camout of polities If the voters will think paign Committee, for her views on thu of the children when they go to Uiu recent school laws, which will become, "lsBsK t J!S.&f'' )& rx ?& effective next November, she said: polls hi November. "Kvery right thinking man and is. Christine tiraulcy South. "It gives me peculiar pleasure to woman should vote for strong men for express my sense of gratitude for this the new County Hoards of lieu est evidence of Kentuiky's educa- thu County School Hoard. l'i secure These right thinking people should tional awakening, us cxpressvil In thu the right of Mill'rage for women, vw ulso urgii others to do llkewfso that new school laws passed by the lust ses- .have lusStcd alwajs and everywhere ' We hae that woman was Inclined to feel a oNorv small school shall be developed sion of the Legislature. long to take more Jealous regal d for the rights ol 1I10 children, and la sen In hoped und worked for so to serve the chlldien make the Statu what it our schools out of politics and to ral-- o iliililliood limn man. I know of no tho salary of our teachers, that HieA' more certain way for woman to Jutlfj should be In the future." tho new privilege and the new responnuw laws creating a County Hoard of Kdueatlon 11ml fixing sibility lhat have come to her than bj DON'T SKIMP ON SCHOOLS u minimum salary for teachers give using her voice and her vote In ecur Ing hotter educational opportuulttei ciius.--' for pride und thanksgiving. for the Senator J. C. VV. Beckham. Kery niaguzlne and newspaper In There Is every reason to hope that aiding Inchildren of Kentucky, and hj the election of comity board! conthey wilt prove a decided step lu the always watched, with particular cure, the laud Is printing editorials There Is no recent that will think lu terms of the right! development of our school system, cerning the schools of the nation. right direction. the folstep forward, taken by Kentucky, that of children rather than In the Interest nud uhled In It whenever possible. I The Youth's Companion lias the Impor- ot iiuj party," curi compare lu lowing to say coiiceililug the school am truly glad, too, that provision has tance with the laws passed to Improve In America: been made for Increased salaries for "Tho schools of America were our educational sjstem. All honor to Considering thu HIS HEART WAS RIGHT our school teachers. Itcpuhllcuu legiswork they do, so Important and so far founded und maintained by sacrifice: our Democratic and All uneducated but honest count) they be presened. Tin lators who passed these laws. reaching, training the minds und only so can superintendent, who lives far back It women "The newly characters of our children, they have teacher must he convinced of tin Kentucky can enfranchised sun Ice of the hills of Kentucky, recently inadt to be of untold been paid Inexcusably low salaries mid value and dignity of his service that by electing to our Cuuly tho following very unusual and thor no class of people deserve Increased he will not lightly abandon It for our state some occupation that offers mure east Hoards of Kdueatlon the highest type oughly pointed speech (o a group ot pay more than they do." or excitement or money. And on tli of men and women available. Men people : who were Interested In tin A. T. Hert, National Comother hand the public must stop belne und women proof ugtilust partisan t schools The Hon. "Men, when jou come to vote foi It must tax Itself mort temptation, who can be depended on to mitteeman for the ltepubllcan party, niggardly. new Count) sent thu following strong statement heavily for schools thun It has been select county superliitcudeirts worthy the members of this here to he Intrusted with the mental train Hoard of Kdueatlon, put more Chris for publication concerning the eleiilou In the habit of doing, and It must thnt do not degrade the ing of the future citizens of our state. tlanity und less politics into jour vote of County Hoards of Kdueatlon under u,,Ihi-i.' Kentucky u long time to "You're my friends; but don't thlul teacher In tho eye of the community I It I'"" the new law next November; to u full reullziltlon uf tho db- - of me lu votlu', but think ot what joui "Kvery right thinking man und U'i.nnr pKh a countv must skluin,' foi s.u uos ocvupicu m vote, oicaua to tho children." I uvuhuuic position woman In thin enlightened ago must I let It not skimp on Its schools." thaf rWJ MEN ENDORSE NEW SCHOOL LAW 11 cbr-nc- 1 1 lthf;flHHHnKiHt?i IWHIHBwiVIHilKL'- mmmr-a?i 9HEiBlOKaKliHsKiJ f 1UU-.- itiui. mm BFwfH 11 llist-clas- ffir I siy 111 I -- pj "HI i '.! u, BTPI wit H WW t'Wtf 4y vi- iB?MBn!PWMMw'1BBBB w emi KJeHh " w. MJJJBJ' pmhmmrjt in iv cF 7Hfa9BlHHHW9KaKjHH SPE AKING UMiarai N It is with pleasure that we announce that H0N.R.P.ER NST w Nominee for United States Senator hhh and REPUBLICAN A daughter of the late William 0. Bradley Who was well and familiarly known to the Republicans of this County 11 1 MI P. Will Address the Voters at ML VERNON g Wednesday, October 13, LADIES Are Cordially ' M J I Everybody should hear these distinguished and brilliant speakers discuss the issues of this Campaign and especially the League Of Nations. To Attend i Republican State Campaign Committee. i j, TU r LOW MOTORING li pi OST OF MOTORING TO-DA- Y IS THE CHEAPEST MEANS OF TRAVEL REDUCED PRICES FOED Products Old Price GASOLENE NEW Price Touring Car, with Starter $650.00 Runabout, with Starter 625.00 525.00 Chassis, less Starter Couplet vith Starter and Demountable Rims 850.00 Sedan, with Starter and 975.00 Demountable Rims. 640.00 Truck, Pneumatic Tires RO.B. DETROIT $51000 46500 36000 TIRES First Quality 32yf, w NEW -- ABSOLUTELY FRESH STOCK p Old Price $17-7- 5 Price 5 745 .00 545.00 30x3 Plain $"5-7- 7500 To day we -- 2UQ 30 x 30X3J Diamond Tread 23-50 I900 21 .00 J 12-90 Plus War Tax Firestone Plain Goodrich For six years wo have sold tho Ford Car, Six years ago we were convinced that the Ford was the best car made, are more convinced than ever that it is the best. Quality 30x3 30x31 Non $17-7- 5 Skid 23-5- 0 1600 We Feel A Genuine Pride In Selling the Ford BUY THE BEST 30x3 Plain 30x3J Non Skid $17-7- 5 23-5- 0 $ 1 5-0- 0 Q.50 Our four million satisfied owners confirm its greatness. No car has ever equalled it in performance. No car has ever equalled it in economical up keep, Other Automobile Accessories reduced in proportion. For CASH Only New Prices will take effect Saturday, October 9th We Sell ONLY Genuine FOBS PARTS Don't damage your car by using cheap and bogus parts. Made By The FOBD MOTOR CO. imaginable plowing, discing, harrowing, rolling, drilling, haying, The Fordson is king us,ed, as tractor hasnever been worked before and for every purpose hundreds of other jobs. and harvesting, threshing, filling silos, sawing wood, logging, dragging and grading roads, it is During the past year the Fordson Tractor has demonstrated thatfact. the World's Leading Farm Tractor. Over 200,000 users testify to this DO MORE It will plow one acre of, land in one hour for less than 25 c. It will thresh 100 bushels of wheat for 25 c. It will pull more than 10,000 pounds over the average road. TRACTOR THE FORDSON FRIEND THE FARMER'S THE FORDSON TRACTOR WILL THAN TEN HORSES Mr. Farmer you cannot afford to be without one Ask For A Demonstration. BRYANT " BROTHERS '" vmmiymnm rV?f f M TCT 1 SG C NAL , ITcnry Cutroti tit Crnli Orclm d will w tit T, .1. Mid-It- v and fiiniily Many ills Due To Catarrh The mucous membranes throughout tho body arc subject to catirrhal congestion resulting in many serious complications. PE-RU-N- Commissioner s Sale I nr- Commissioner's Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court I'liiluliff-- , Jalncs I'rcutdr vie, : Noli' oof Comulis vs sinner's S'Im. Elmer IUnns, &u , Defendants. Hyvvirluo of n jjdgment and of tho Rockcastle order of Circuit Court, rondeied at tho August To'in, I920, thereof, in ho above styled cause, the un dorsitfiiod will on Mot day, Octo-ho- r 18, i9ao, between the hours of 1 o'cloelt and I o'clock ) in nt thn trout door of the court home in Mt. Vernon. Ky,, pro ceed to exposo to public sle, to th3 highest and best bidder, the following described property: A tract of land located in Countv. Ky. on tho waters of Cove Urau.h, and hounded as I Knck-emti- o J (hiring the Or woo! MTtVuitNON, KV, OJtH 24 '8 il 11 cl'ii S, wi noil ins ninth from' mid aistor of Kridny till Monday. j T. .1. Nicoloy nnd family spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Nicetey at Liviti'ton. Atty. A Owimih, jnsL l:i"U fioin louievuic 4. Nhviii.c R n Co. Rciiindstoiiu lias n fine stiint; of TI MB TAHUl. fish to backup his story norm 13 p 111 Mrs Arthur Anrcdi'ii if CJnciii. am north nati is visiting Mr and Mrs W. south 12:13 nm L. Richards lor a fuv days. 12:22 a ru cSouth Mr. John Harper ol Cincinnati lyjo M'i Joe : citle Circuit A Lou UnVille, &o . No lee of Coiiimls-ioi.Sale Court. Plaintiffs, er s HIGH n prices mean cheap do Hat s i. T.T. .1 ifefrSr ." I I Jas. Landrum, Agent. personal's Mrs V. 0. MclJco is in Louis-villthis week. John Rntnsy was at limiiu f nun o Phone No. 8. Kichtuoiul Suiuhy. C. C. Cox uttil liimily weru in Pittsburg tills wtelc. H. T. Young was in I,ouhville Thursday and Friday. Robert Childress of Ruvonn wis at homo Suesclay. Mr. IV. T. HLks of Wililio nns , in Mt. Vernon Luther Mullins is in Cincinnati on business this week. Miss Ruby Cooper is teaching Tuc-bdiiy- E'lion, Grant County. Prof, figbort F. Morton is teach ing at Yosemite, Casey County. MUs. Dessie Nice'.oy is visitinj: Mr und Mrs Pat Cox at Lynch Henry McFerron of Louisville visited bib parents here Sunday. Tom Penix is homo from Harlan County for a few days with his f.imily. Ky. v as in Ml Vernon Saturday und Uiirl-- u; visiting his parot.ts, during the serious Illness or bnTKTstnr Ida Mr. H.O. Gentry uttondud the Laurel River Association, at I loin Thursday until Mini day. Jas Wolfe and 11. T. Ahnoy Jr. 'prominent farmers ol the Mis- putanta section, were in town Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. A. H MclVnon are in Luuisvillu for u few days before gning to Wild Wood, ! la . for tho winter. Mrs Uy run Degluy taturiied to her homo in Louisville Tuesday, afiorn weeks visit with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Ji Iiiimmi, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas have moved to our city from Heron They are occupying the Lawr.'iice property on West Main I'trcit U l'ilts-hurt;. 11111 Mr. J.M. O'Mara of Bescuier Ala who has been visiting her son T. 0. O'Mara and other tel atives for the past two weeks lefii Tuesday for home. 'IherQjsjJJiiEvJInlni'rh in thi. section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years it was Miriosed to in prescribed incurable. Doctors local romedies, and by eoi stunt-lfailing to emu with loc.il tieatmeiit, pronounced it inciira hl) Catarrh is a local discis-Ireatly influenced by coiistitn-tioiM- l conditions ami therefore treat- ri'tiuirit'i! constiiutinual iiicnt. Hall's t'atanh , J. Tuck Bowling of Sunday. Dr. and Mrs A. C. I.ovell and Mrs. R. H. Millur. arc in Louisville tiiis week. Mr. T. II Sral who bought ike Dr. Francis piop'ery has moved his family to Mt. Vernon his clii'drt-to put in school by F J. Cheney & Co , Toledi. Ohio, is a I'onstiiutioual romedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Blood 011 the Mucous Sulfa W. R. ees of tho System. One Hundred Dollars rowntd is of fired for any case that Il.ill's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for circu-lar- s and testin O'li.tls F J. Cheney & Co , To'odo, J' Ohio Fold by Dnigtsists, "5c Hall s Family I'ill- - for cousti-u y Defendant-- . lo'its, Ike , My virion of n jadgm Mit and order of sale of the Rickcatii nt tie Cl'tul Coin t, lOid-TiAlljllsl 'I'll 111. 1U2I', III of. in Ishl'lu. NA Is a cood mcdlclno to ubiue stkd muse, lln undo r have on band lor emergencies. -- gmd will on Monday, (jelolirr Mi ttirnrtirt TaklsU tsr Lbjold .8, loan, between the lours of IN USB I II TY YEARS 0 clock and i o'clock i in , al the front door of the court houso Mt. Vernon, Ky.. piiccedto xro-lo public snlo, to the Mr .mil Mrs, Hriicst Smith arc highest and best bidder, the over thonr ivnl of a fine following described propeily: A r luby iirl, Momliu Oct llh tutct of laud located in Hock New liniMif Stetson Hats just ust lis lmuity, Keuiuc'.'y, ami ooiinded and described us fnllnws fo'lows: opeiii'i'. nt Fish's Iieginning n' u leech mnked a Hcginninf,' at a hickory sec Kl'.i Proctor of the Orlando soc cross, the imM side ol Scaffold Kollys survey; lion wri adjudged ins itie Mondity Cnue llnuieli: tliorco N IJ 011 ond correr of rtd'.'U liuuof .1 S dudd, 60 the cc asouthiast course 7 nnd nnd s.int to theasliini nl Lo.ing. the one half 01 e half pi It's to a gum tree, run poUsto.i stone and ton uirkd uing with the road; thence west poi'.s from a prul.ir, Got n sweater tit Fish's to day. potnti"; iheneO N 4 R with the 54 poles to a gum, with chestnut Hninen with tiieanders 01 brunch pointer, on the Cove Ridge road; There will be a pic supper nt lo a stotio at cui'i.er of fence near (hence with said Cove Ridge road Miirctburt! clinol Imuso, Saturday a wnler gap, in all 30 p de ; to a stake G and one half poles, October 16th. Proceeds to go lo thci'eo N 75 K withfetic 28 poles with pointers; thence a straight Kvorylindy and 18 links to a stone; thence 2 line to a stake 20 "olesfrotn tho a charitublo cauM invited. Ladies Aid Maietburg. vv !lo tinier and 16 links t a stone ht ginning corner; thence south at upper gate pear J S, Gadd's west course 15 poles to a hickory; The Overcoat jou want is at lion e; thence ICust, 2 puns to a thence an east course 20 poles to stone; thence N i W to a stone a stone at the rrnd; therce 0 Fish's. now set about 30 ft from north course 10 poles to the We received a nice article from barn; thence with the r ad to a beginning, contiiniug 30 acres, Mr Robt P Spiiicc County Aft in the crunly road near a with uccess to the spring at the eivitiL' some, verv iiiterestiiiir in- a c diir; theme with a division hpech tree. Sale to be uinri? on a credit of fonn.ition in regard t'. Rockcastle fece to tho beginning, contain- m '" c,1' 6 nnntlis; p'U'cluscr will be '" and its School Fair of Oct. Island S ll,! l" ,,e nuuk' " u .,crcdu of to give bond with approv2nd We are unable to publish it 6 '"onths: puicl.aser will he re ed security for the payment of this week for lack of space. Look I""'"1 x"n'r Um w,,h a'Prov; t te purchase money, to have tho for il next ed security for the psymeiit of force and effect of a judgment, . if4Jto-WM.apjoi!II-finit money, to havTJtntr b a ring legal infeTtTtU'Tronf date ',,j','-'I (art's fjMtl oflert of it ludgnn'Olf ., . -. of -- ik', "with R 'tea reserved 00 lntcii,t He in dato said land until all the ) urchuse ,MnrJ1l"r PKICTILIZKR Just receive.', " uerved on money is paid. a car of V U. .6 per cant acd "T "?- 1w,,h ((II I III. nlldflllin.in ,""" "' I'" n'l.isnl.nt,. Prli'i. n,noi. fmi. ' """ G.S. Griffin, moiiex is paid Master Commissioner, Slpt22 lack llysmger. G. S Griffin, Rockcastle 1 ircuit, Court. We want to thank the editor of Master Commissioner. the Interior Journal for his hearty R ckcistle Citcui Court. 11 PE-U1 nrf Nolliblo Couch, colds, nasal catarrh, atom ach and bowel troubles among tho mail commoiullscascs due to catarrhal condition. A very dependablo remedy alter protracted sickness, the grip or Span. Woll Known tion. Speculation is fine so long as prices soar but look out for the drop. Hero is our advic in limes liko these: Avoid debt, for the dobioi mav have to piy back these cheap dollars with dear Above all, SAVE, now, while Avoid speculation. ones. money is plentiful and prices are high The cheap dollars of the prosent will ho inoro valuable some day. Grab them now and hold onto them. It Js the chance of a lifetime to save. Every dollar entrusted to us Use our Bank us a depository. will be carefully safeguarded. PRICES Cheap dollars induce specula- LOCAL 111 c joii-in- THE BANK Of MT. VERNON Presilent. W. L. Richards, I T. J. Niceley. 1 Cashier. 11 State Sunday School Convention 5-6-- 7, 1920 Louisville. Ky., October Every Sunday School In Kentucky Is Entitled To Send Delegates. Speakers of national reputation from Now York, Ohio, Illinois, Kan-haTennessee, and Kentucky. Inspiring adilresos; Good Music; Tttenty-fou- r Conference Sessions; i"cllmHblp Lunches; Organized Closs Demonstration!); Publishers' Exhibits. - , The People of Louisville Invite You October is the Time To See Louisville. For foil Information write "Rev. Gee. A. Joplln, General Secretary; Kentucky Sunday.Jchool"Ato' elation, Inc., 71? Louisville Trust Building, Louisville, Ky. 5C d 'tni-pii-cha- se s - - .a, ,.,' """" "-- r Ciias. C. Harris, Fnildtol R. II. LiNusev, lit Vice Pirildtot J. Hirbirt Snydir.Jo! vice Pni. M. Jos. Donovan, Secnuir dr. weleoine'into Although we cies of the change now everything. GOTT MEAT the newspaper game have changed the poli p.iper we feel that n and then is good for We hope to enjoy a continuance of the cooperation so long' extended to this paper, notwithA man is as old as his organs; ha standing' the fact of the diflereuce can bo as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in in politics. performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with commissioner s Sale I MAN'S BEST AGE COLD MEDAL Rockcastle Circuit Court, "iisle Criber. &c, laintilTs. v: Notice of I'oinniissioncr's - Commercial School A RKOULAIILY 321 INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNINO CUTHRIE STREET, North of Pottoffice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Sale. I Montr Sick without qutiton ir HUNT'S Salve fall! In the trriunrnt ol ITCH, bCZCMA, RINGWORM, T1STTER or other 75Itching ilcln dlerifee Try a cent bo at our tlik. SOI ECZEMA in tion . MARKET Fresh and cured Meats of all kinds Am in Wanthd:- - Man vi h t am 01 auto, who can give bond, to sell Watkins homo and farm 137 Lliggeit concern ol pioducts. to 55000 kind in world. 5 1. .' yearly income. Territory in this county open. Write today to J R. WATKINS CO. Dept. Ml, Winona, Minn. Lost Mule, about lone half blinds, two year past, Iny, horst 111 u!e, largo mam and tail, nut of Mullins pasture Reward $25 Gporgo Rentier. M:. Vcrn m. 1 "Pioneer Drug Store Wfl 0mm nf.i-ii'm- Oia Wynn and Otis Wynn, Defendants. Uy virtue of a judgment and ,r,er 0f sae 0 tle Rockcastle Jircutt Court, rendered nt the August Term, 1920, thereof, in the above styled cause, the un dersiiMied will on Monday, Octo Thorough' business training. Bookkeeping, principles of accounting, shorthand, typewriting, etc. Call and examine work or write for catalogue. YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANS That last year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a Send Via Parcel Post. O, New One. i the market for all fat cattle and hogs A Saving Mabif a Good Mabif h There comes a time in each of our lives wlton the possession of money is all important either permitting ns to tako advantage of a jnofitable investment, or to tide over in a time of stress. The banking habit and saving habit, or the spending of less money than you deposit, is a good one to cultivate. Then, should hard times strike you, the blow will bo softened jou havo saved. Should opportunity knock at your door the saving habit will enable you to grasp an investment which may ''Lead on to Fortune,'' Get the habit. 8 Open an account with this bank, "Let Our Bank Be Your Bank" The Peoples Bank INCOItPORATIM) Capital and Surplus $30,000.00 "L. I Us Us De Your Dank" castle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Koundstone Creek, near the village of Conway, and c, ood hard b unded as follows: Rcgitming American dol at a gate post on a road leadint; lars grow on the advertising' tree. election, 197.0 If elected I from Conwav to (.Jopper Creek; will servo the people of the coun- thence the L. & N. right of way THIS PAPER GETS AD. RESULTS S 14 und one half w.44 and one 11ESULTS 11KING DOLLARS ty to tho best of my ability. half poles to a stake at the Hurri-cinT. Ii. CHANDL.HK. tUgp;U, UUJ. , W. X. Uw and Conway road; tho ice S 72and ono half w 11 poles to roau; tnencu S2i one a staue half w. 18 one half poles to I A. No. Bowman's corner in said road; thence with his line S, 43 one It's not not all gold that glitters on a Sign; half w 2I 2 s poles to n stake; S Nor all silver that flickers on a Sign; 18 w 12 polps to Charles' BowBut ull DOGS are lickcrs that's a sign. man's corner; tlienco with his line N 8 one half w 52 piles, With apology to the the famous corner to Charles and Henry dog painting : "Wines and Liquors." Bo w m an; hence Henry Bowman Mt.Vernon, Ky. line N.so" W ;thencu pas ing his (This is for understanding). lino, corner, spotted oak, white oak, pointers, ut 84 poles, in all 262 poles to a st a 1(0 on hillside HICKMAN DOLAN two black oak und gum pointer-- ; 48- - 4 K I90 poles to a Miss Zol ma Jones of Mt. u thence N Miss Francis Hickni in of Louisstake, two whito oaks and spotted and Mr. D, Monholleu, of ville, and Mr. Rufus A. Diliut, oak pointers; thence S 45 R 80 Woodbine Ky, were mairied at poles to poplar and two whits formerly of Pine Hill, were quiet1st Mi.s oak iio'nters.Hayes'cornerjihrnce ly married Saturday afternoon, Willhrusbiirg October Jones was formerly in tho Signal Hayes' lino S 0 w 29- - 3 f poles to October 2nd, nt tho Oak Hill t Mr. Monholleu is a ma office stako in turn of road; thence church, Louisville, Ky. S 32 one half IJ poles to n cliinUt at Woodbine. After thn ceremony Mr.aud Mrs. stake by the branch at the Hickman left on a short weddiiiir bridge: S 20 one half E 30 poles trip. On their return thoy will1 to a double whito oak at lower side of road; thence S 36 E 8 make their home in Louisville. the s poles to a stuko, thence S 70 IS 68 polos to tlio beginning, cOntattling 250 acres. Excluded (herefrom is a tract of threo acres sold by Jonathan Wynn to G, B Cridor, and a one acre tract sold by him to Henry Legere whore Henrv Legore now lives. Sile to bi undo on a credit of 0 montlis; purchaser will bo required to give bond with aptor proved security for the payment AND Colds, Cougbi La Grippe of the purchase tnonoy, to have the force and effect of a JudgNeglected Colds are Dangerous ment, bearing legal interest from Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeie. dato of salo, with a lien reserved Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe in 3 for Headache on said land until all the purQuinine In this form does not uffect the is best Tonic chase mouoy Is paid. Laxative No Opiate In Hill's. G. S. Griffin, ALL Master Commissioner, SELL Rockcastle Circuit Court. $ t 43 w Joke The world's standard remedy for kldnejr, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles eincs 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three cUce. Laok (or li Bane Cold Medal on eTMT boa .. imllalioa and accept between the hours 4 ii'iloc't p. at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to expose to public sale, to Dor 18, 1920, of o'clock und 111 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (inconratei Louisville, Ky. pro-cee- d ANNOUNCKMENT Vov tho lienelir, of the school-o- f the county, I havo decided to hecomo a candidate for one oi tho five moinbets of the board ol education to be el ;c ted at the Novoni-b- i tho hiihi't and best biJder, he following described propert.: A tract of lai'd hunted in Rock vfflvpsssisyi "5- - filUMU The Right of Way fmmmm .... ...... : -- va""Bs' l w -- rka nvfc i I I r--- a ... tstli H & iu a - ki; 3 .. . e 1- -5 111 3,006 PRINTED Booklets and Circulars will Sell Your Goods Come to Printing Is the Salesman Who Has the Right of Way Your sales letter in the United States mail has the right of way straight toyoar customer's desk. Strengthen your appeal by using a oapcrof known quantity Hammermill Bond and good printing which will ittract your customer's attention, and ell your goods. 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