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RfA;GREATER ROCKCASTLE" S '$33S 5ountytKeritucky D'ckcastle Friday Afternoon, October 15, iil ?aC Centrally Lotitti between Cincinnati Knoxville & Louisville J 920 Price $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE County BLOOD IS FUEL ity Agent, fiobt F.Spence TOJTHEBODY Brodhead News OOCO0O0O0O-0-0-- 9 day. sis-to- r, .JflH .1 Willi ia- - liockcastlo county is looked up by thcytravelii public to bu aiassoi-fop- k iovered now and nyrvTthdtit and scrubby umber .. .tho borne oPbircIs and rabbit at Tim tourists pass through, over iz the Dixie Highway' with, many y thrilling exneronce!i Scaffold y Can's Hifl,(Madlson County side) r tno reu mud on tho scaffold canu riuVt.Piho Hill to Livlmston nnd n Gauley Mountain. The women Jit can) bo heard to tay, Oil, isn't it just grand,, wonderful. Look ' lis the beautiful bills covered to .Willi Cedarfc. I'd just like to roam bt. IrVltrWue hills the reit of mr life. y- - S.e2)e little cabiat- - Isn't it beautirui witu'that bill covered with rocks and cedars as a backn ground! ook at that little artistd stream. These people is' ically cu ought to . the happiest people 11 ou earth, located here in these er uncontamiuaied hills with fresh air and pure water. The men often le say to the women, let me alone, st and go on with your looking, or we will all be spilled over the cliff. If this is the Dixie Highway Idou't want to see the other roads in this county. If 1 ever got thru this time I'll never try it again A common question, "How far is it to London. and how do you get out of this town?" Frank Dees is heard to say:Seven miles to Lon don Go back to tho other end of v-;-- Pumped Through tho System by tho Heart it Sustains the Mrs. Katio Tharp returned Tuesday to bor homo at fteon, Muscles and TissueB. Ky. attoravisit with her daughter Mrs. R. E. Albright and HELPS Mrs. J. R. Cass- .- Hamp Rey. PEPTO-MANGAN IILOOD . .' tzar: itftwu. neromttebiidgearfffovei-Uaule- and.tittUatffiVtfflte right y y Kcop the Quality of Your Blood At Its Best It Means Vig- chased a house and lot from J. G. Frith on corner of Albright and orous Health and AbilMaple streets which is now occuity to Acomplish pied by N. B. Cass. Mrs. Ethel Wheeldon and children, W.A.and Blood act like a fuel. Pumped Matio will leave Monday for the through the body by the heart, It Masonic Widows and Orphans sustains the muscles and tissues. homo in Louisville. L. W. Beth- It renews them. It feeds the urum. MosdatneaS. D. Lewis. Mi brain, the tissues of the eye and Pennington, S. C. Franklin, Luth free. That is why people look so er Mullins, 8. F. Bowman, were pale and lifeless when blood is down from Mt. Vernon, Saturday impoveished. The body tissues in interest of the Republican are being supplied with weak fuel. party. Mr. Bethurum and Mrs. The blood has not enough red Pennington delivered excellent corpuscles, You would not eat speeches to a large and enthusl poor food with no nourishment in atic crowd. We welcome them it; no more should you let the back again before November 2nd fuel that susplies sustenance to Rev. L. N Bowling has been your entire body bo inferior. suffering for some days from a Improve the quick pain and catch in the back Have good bloodpualitv and keep it at Its best. Mrs. L. B. Hilton and little son It you look pale and feel weak, Master James Burton, havo re if you have lost your enthusiam turned to their home at Stanford and energy, if yocr blood is clog- after a visit with their parents. ged with poisons, your system Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Cass and other is being fed with a poor.grade of relatives. Our new editor H.H. blood. That is no way to go around Miller was down from Mt. Vernon If you are not at .your best, on buisiness Saturday. Mxs. - which he sold to Ap Taylor a short wntlo back. Mr, Taylor has pur- uotds re purchased the property Friday until Sunday Mrs.J.W. Masters recrivod a telegram from Williamsburg last Friday that her sister was dying,she left on next train Mrs W.A.Robins has beon helping in tho drug store this wools while "Undo Joe" cuts corn Mi Elizabeth Gravely bas entered Eastern State Mori mal at Richmond John Adams purchased a house and bt near Methodist church fioa Hugh McBee. Mrs. Ethel Ifieeldon spent last week with rer sister Mrs, at home from Mt Vernon from Miss Clyde Watson waa and this week with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wheeldon before leaving Mr. and Mrs. for Louisville. Johnson and daughter Mrs. Johnsons mother Mrs. Muffie Mr.and Mrs. Lee were up Gravel Switch to see Rev. A. J. Pike who has been so very sick but much better we are glad to say. Will Owens of Spiro has been teaching singing at tha Christian, Rev. church this week. L. N t Bowling filled bis regular at Goshen ttiii week. Dr. M. K. Penningtou was here from London latter part ot last week doing dental work. Several went from here to Mt. Vernon Wed. to hear the addresses by Hon. R. P. Ernst, Republican Norn- appoi-men- Jack Mullins mar Quail, V Rockcastle County is a mass of rocks.liruestone.the foundation of a good soil, coveied with dirt.gen-eralgood and so is the home birds, and rabbits which are the best friends to mau, Scaffold Cane bill is rough, Scaffold Cane Ridge is sticky, Pine Sill to . Livingston is rocky, Gauloy steep, but there are little hearts to ne nourished and cheer-isbehands to be trafhed, heads to be directed and health to be maintained in those hills, besides the crooked streams. Coutinued next week. d, away. Put an end to half living Tako that ideal tonic, Pepto. Mangan, to tone up your blood and purify it. Get the full enjoy, merit out of living. Breath fresh air, take exercise. Be sure to ask for "Glide's It comes iu convenient tablet form and .in liquid. One has the same medicinal value as the other. There in only one genuine and the name "Gude's" is on the package. Advertisement Pepto-Mangan.- " Popto-Manga- day to her hoWat Knoxville after a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Frih For Sale: Modern residence on Silver street, with summer kitchen, garage stable, large garden and pas ture priced right to sell. Also good little building for sale, equi-pefoi barbershop, enquire Murphy and Renners, Brodhead Cafe. Mrs. Owen Cass and children Inez and Lester and Miss Winnie Kellar were at Crab Orchard, Sunday Mrs. W. T. Carter, Rev. J. E- Terril and son. Byron were in Harroduburg Tue- five-rood Mr-and - Christine Bradley South. Alfred Owens has moved his family herefrom Maretburg. They have rooms in the house with his mother, Mrs. Marshal OwenB.on M3in street We now have a republican editor, the first Rockcastle has ever had, but aa every thing else is turning that way we think our county paper should be a republican also. Dan was up from Junction City, Sunday, and according to the Ouija board was trying to find some one to help in our hotel. Mc-Culla- n tesr ir RO GkM-- D rdidiuuie Lxiractor Lod Livr Oil with Mypophosphitcs for best results Sees us for furtlicr information Price St. 00 for One Pint Guaranteed to give results. Pioneer Drug Store SHHKIDAN HOWMAN. Proprietor. I I A Ts Saving Habif a Good Mabif pos- There comes a time in each of our lives when the session of money is all important either permitting us to take advantage of a profitable 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 cultivato. Then, should hard times strike you, the blow will be sof teued by dollars jou have saved, 1 ' k p Should opportunity knock at your door the saving habit: will enable you to grasp au investment which may ''Leadl on to Fortune," Get the habit. I Open au account with this bank, "Let Our Bank Be Your Bank" V ft The Peoples Bank INCOfU'ORATHD Capital and Surplus $30,000.00 "Let Us Us Be Your Bank" ICDv bchool is progressing nicely at this place with Mrs. Ellen Strunk teacher Bonnie Anglin and Vestor Cope leturned from Hamilton, Ohio, last week, where they have been at work tor some tune Sunday was regular meet d ing day at Macedonia with Rev. it Sbird Overbay pastor. They had I. to the church, Sun Mrs.flugh Robins was the guest day. Brigade Cbasteeu and wife Mr. Frank York who somo of her parents, Mr and Mrs. R. H. ot little Clear Creek Everybody McKinney. Sunday There was a, amunw lf ho lititsir amllnrl linrn time ago bought tlit residence and - aI1(1 makiniI S(m. farm of D. C. Ponder, has sold lilue SnriiiiJs.Wediiesday night. Oct. hum. Dr. G. T. Payne and wife out to Boss Witt, and is now mov ing to Middlesboro Ky. Dr. 13, with Irvin Bullock as president. pasbed through hero Sunday, Tyree tho big hearted Dentist o Miss Murtha Kirby as secretary. f Hey had been chestnut hunting London, is with us again this Lloyd Owens as vice president. near Hiatt. Mr. A. T. Abnev There was about 44 members en of Disputanta, visited relatives week The Doctor claims that ho can make a sot of teeth that will rolled and we were honored by here buuday. Rov. Hughio thoroughly masticate the beot speeches from former Judge G. M. is holding a revival meeting that is sold in Livingston, with Miss SidBallard and ney Kincer was the guest of Mrs. at Cluar Creek church this week. out damage. Guaranteed by the It. T. and R. J. Abnoy made Doctor to stand the most severe J.C.Graves,Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.W. Vein .11 test signal R. J. Haehl, A. McKinney attended church ut a business trip to Mt Monday. W. H. Linville and W. man for L & N at this place for McMt.Vernon,Sunday. Miss Elta Kinney wus the guest of her aunt C. Viars have their light plants some time has moved lo RichWalker McHonu the mond Annie Barber of Miss Rissie McKinney. Sunday. -- installed. cow trader, and J. T. Stopbeus Boston, is visiting her daughter, Born, to the wife of A.D.McKinney Davis Mrs. R. G. Webb and Dr. Webb. u fine boy, J.L.Bullock and Ethel traded cows Monday. Miss Lona Chen iy is spending McKinney attended church at Northern has gone to Hamilton Hopewell, Sunday. -- Miss Kate Bul- Ohio to look him out a location. a while with her sister, Mrs. T.J The Surveyors are expected Norris Mrs. E L. Hansel had lock was the guest of her aunt Mrs.J.V. Bullock, Sunday ufternoon. this week to do somo surveying as her guests last week Mrs. Howe Losco Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Cox of Mt. Mrs.Cossie Bullock was the guest on Drvis' Branch road. of Mrs W.H.Norton.Sumjqy evening. Holt who has been gone for a Vernon, also her sister Mrs. Leese Miss Geletto Miss Ola and Rosa Graves were few days has returned home. of Detroit Mich. J. C. Guiuu who had bis leg Griftin of Mt. Vorr.on visited Mrs the charming guests of Miss Hazel week. Mr. broken some tune ago is ablo to Maurice Cottencin this and Mable Graves, Sunday. Miss Loretta Pickett who is Mr.und Mrs.Sherinan .McKinney and be out again. Tip Smith and family were the guests of Leander family of Clear Creek visited Mrs, attending school at London was Smiths' parents here from Friday with home folks Saturday and McKii.neylond family Sunday. until Sunday. Fred Mullins aud Sunday. O. A. Blanford and Fish's prices on ladies suits and finally of Livingston, passed thru wife were in Mt. Vernon, Sunday. coats are as low as you will find hero Sunday unroute to see his - Homer Summers is on tho sick anywhere. brother W. G. Mullins of Clear list. J. B. Donnaly, the "Irish" Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Simp operator, is spending his vacation ANNOUNCEMENT sou visited Tom Cioucheis family in Lexington. Mr. Blanford Mrs. Jno.W Langley, chairman Sunday Rich is working Smith of Boston Ky. is working of Women's State Republican at Mina Ky.Mrs J. W. Lambert in Webb's Drug store. Mr. Smith Committee, and Hon.ClauduMerl-dit- of Berea visited her mother Tuos is an oxpert automobile mechanic will be in Mt Vemon.Oclober r. 0. M. Payne has his and will have chargo of the reptir 22, 10:30 A M ,and desire to meet light plant installed and is well department in Webbs Garage, and confor with tho members of pleased. which will bo built early in the m tho Republican Campaigu Com spring. Mr Solly Ball has sold women and tnon It Co- his residence on Main Street to mittee both Tho People of Koctcastle N. is to bo hoped that the com- unty are fortunate in having H. Olivor, and wo understand is mittees will be present each and such mon as Chas. F, Bradbury moving to Butler Ky. The oery member thereof. for County Road Engiuor and wagon coal dealers are again doing Republican Campaign Capt. D. 0. Tackett ot Wickliffe, a thriving business. John Baker as Supt. of the State Road work. Jr. Is the latest to enter this get Committee Mr. Eagar Wanted: Lady, or Gentleman Those men are both well fitted rich quick scheme. for their jobs, and are rushing Cottengin of Covington is visitDixle-Bo- ono 8 tworc Oonhe Mr. Urban for Watkins famous products ing home folks Known Everywhere. Big Profits. Highway South as fast as it Chewnlng, alter being on the sick Mr list for several months, is im Writo J. R. Watkins Co 55 Mem- - could possibly be douo Bradbury looks after all the proving and able to bo at his phis, Tonn. county roads in addi ion to this work again as telegraph oprraton and seldom sleeps, Capt. Tackett and Mrs. Fred Mullins was here in this work lastyiar visited in Knoxville last week. and tno people requested the Born October 7 th to the wife lloniir bttk without qutttiou State Road Department to. send of John Wad dell a girl, Jossio U HUNT'S SW. blU la th him back this year If every Aleen trtttmtnt or ITCH, ECZEMA. Mrs. Vio Price has re. KINOWORM, TBTTKK er county in Keutucky had men turned borne aflor an extended Itcblor tklo dlitait. thir 7) Try like these in charge ot tbeir road ciot bom t eur rltk. tuo-udditio- INDIGESTION. BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION. Chamberlain's 'Tablets havo restored to health and happiness hundreds who were afflicted with indigestion, biliousness and constipation. If you are troubled in this way give them a trial You are certain to be pleased for thev will benefit you. - Mt.-- ter No. Vernon RoyalArch Chap140, held a vary interest LIVINGSTON ing Convocation last Monday night. Those upon whom tho degrees were conferred were; Jonas aud R)bort B. McKenzie of Mt, Vernon, and George Gaines of Livingston. The visitors were; J.W. Higgins J. Bernard Hagan, H. F. Niceley and Chas. F. Mirtin from Livingston. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. This remedy is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. From a small beginning its sale and use has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. This alone is enough to convince one that it is a medicine of more than ordinary merit. Give it a trial and you will find this to be the case. - ,- The Right Direction If you are going anywhere, the natural thing to do is to travel in the direction of the place Pot-d- or --- you desire to reach. The speed you make merely regulates the time of your arrival if you are headed right. It is not the amount of mOney you save, but the fact fact that you have begun to save, that invests the act wllh a certain moral influence which, proporly encouraged, becomes stronger and stronger all the time. That's why we urge you ta open an account with us and get started ou the right road, where the going is easy. Star', an account today aud watoh It grow. Ivy.--M- rs. :thb BANK of MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, President. W. L. Richards, Cashier. --- h day.--M- YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED That hst year's suitor dress can be made to appear like a Sand Via Parcl 909 6th Street rr . SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (incorporate) S. V - Ft. NW OB. Leuisville, Ky. sir -- LJ --"mm k. ' sTia.tM M.Joi.l)oeji,lKur v . ii. C. &itu, tmtiMi ". UHB1IT. Itl TIC. flUlMl vu "t 9f rm. ECZEHAF1 uvDPioneer r. Commercial School A RtaUUMtLY 321 GUTHRIE STREET. IHCORPORATBD INSTITUTION UURMIHt) North of Po.toflic. iBBlulBaia LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY DiI.T.-uI- a. ''mtKka !- Lll.lu.aa kbtAlla t Sale lo 6 months: pu Drug Store work we would soon havo roads, all over Kentucky. good visiting relatives at Lebanon Jet wnw ,or clwoKue " Mount Vernon MOUNT VKKNOX, KY " FRIDAY, OUTOBKK lfi. 1920 Kjr. signall!""""""""" t nmrrmuirn ntrrril at lh Mt Vfrnon, Pitofllc a ftcoml-cis.i- mull mutter. Published everv Friday by II. H MlI.LKR REPUBLICAN TICKET For President hr Vice President fir United States Senator Fr Cengrenma, 11th Dist Warren G. Harding, of Ohio Calvin Coolidgc, of Massachusetts Richard P. Ernst, ot Covington, Ky. J. M. Rohsion, Barbourvillc, Ky. I We have quit business. We "d on't want TIMBER at any price,. v Thi people of Rockcastle County . ,. , are now enjoying unc ui mc iiwai instructive campaigns ever brought to this county. This, we suppose, is due to the women voters who necessarily must know the issues and be instructed in the use of the ballot. ul ' Ulul, n,B,'t wo from Gainsvilloiind the next day found our way Inck on to the good Dixie roads This ron.l sure G.i., is fine through and Florida. I certainly hope dear old Kentucky can keep pace and especially Rockcastle, County and t3d LV.Murrdf lu.nuc mo results are both wonderfullj d. It. just seems that my soncin't get enough to eat and is simply bubb'ing over with Gained now life and energy. Vonl think there is- no modiCijso like Taulac. It lias been such rVgreat s to the whole family ik&t,! .never expect to be withoBryrttls in Years the Health foe.Q house." By Tanlacr and Taulac is sold in Mt Vernon by Chus. C. Davis; iu 'Brodhead Still by the Brodhead Pharmacy, and in Livingston by R. G. Webb One of tho latest to to the mer iu Burr by W. M. its of Teniae is Mrs. George Kerns, of "19 Western avenue, TAYLOR HOPKINS Toledo, Ohio, who in a recent sta Miss Kmnia TdUor and MrJ tement reported a gain of twenty seven pounds and said that alth- ulmor Hopkins were married nil ough it has been three years now lellicoTcnn Oct. 11th 1920. Miss Taylor is the daughter of I lince the medii.ino restored her Mr. and Mrf-'JC. TavWof health nrul bui't. her no .n wond .p3rri-omaMMNi iaaa leeling tutu, cV, umi was the eilicient Ass't. enuliy, sue is Still" I have the best of reasons,said.Mrs Cashier of tho Peoples Bank. She Kerns for saying that T.inlac has was one of Mt. Vernon's most real merits for it has been three popular girls and was liktd by years since it relieved me of my everyone. Mr, Hopkins is the troubles and built me up so won- son of Mr. J. L. Hopkins of near derfully and I am still eiiloyiug Brodhead, aud is a line young man. Mr. Hopkins is a conductor health. I for the L & N with headquarters For neary two years before took Tanlac I had suffered from at Corbiu Ky. where they will stomach trouble and disordered make their home. The Signal joins with theirl kidneys. Mv pains, at times, were almost unbearable and while I host of friends in wishing them a tried ever so many different kind long and happy married life. of medicines nothing did me any FERTILIZER Just received. good. I had noupvetite scarcely a ctfr of V" C. 16 per cant acid and what little I did manage lo eat on'y made trouble for 1110. My phosphate. Price $32 00 per ton lack b ink and side-- , pained me constant sept22 ly and I had fallen off until 1 was nothing more than a flame. You Neri Strength 9 "When I starred on Tanlu; I to overcome the coaghi. coldi tad UVB p unds only weighed ninety-eigh- t ita cturriiuueftMacxwinir.oat t Lealtby circulation, tbrow . and just felt perfectly uwfu lruici. wuo up van hcitw iPTA'tU tloaof Hut I nad not been taking it very ftjjfli 1 will I long when I begin t feel butter I IsViiBlaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVallllllllllllll i"rfU km do 0V. Frank Ciladwiclt at Hip rvir and when I got on the scutes BROTHER ALSO MAltRIFD souujje of St. Paul's Methodist BY after tiuithiiij mv seventh bottle New York, Sept. 7. Announce lipisoopal Church. I hid nctually I fo ind gained THOUSANDS fti&.'i ment of the marriage of a son Mr. Uludwidl; also officiated at twenty-suvtdictation, pounds, having M and daughter has been made by reultcs the bowels. mi. the marriage of Albert E. Swart gone up to one hundred and clears away all caUrr-i.ir. aud Mrs. George K. Swart-wout- , wwn Inflammation!. It wout and Miss Olg.i Anderson.of of DelJew avenue. My stomach nnd twenty five builds tmyjr a enaoung un tho atrenrth Iv . .. .. vt mo organs concernMiss Mary E. Swart wout was Nayck. The marriage took place my kidneys have never troubled jj ttA tn nrntutlw An ,,..! wn.l. M UMLJ &Qk,Vr) 71 Tbouaanilatftitjrvtnltiivaliii. married to Aubrey Martin, of Mt. at the Methodist paisonage on mo in the least since that time. yyi. alter protracted aickneas, an Vernon, Ky., yesterday by the September 1st. In fact, I Inve enj ynd the best attacbol Grlpor Spanlahln fluenza. My husof health all the while KZ3PMO The Ideal medicine In the bouse lor everyday ills. son lnvo been band and little complaining of being run down JmEHf' 80LO EVERYWHEK A Rtal Boy't Slort Third Floor TAILETS an UQUIO nnd no appetite this winter, but " 1 and get the roads in future years just at good. We were two nights Both Republicans and Democrats in Honda botoro we got to our journeys end. One of these nights we slept in a good bed at Wauohula, and it sure ft.lt line. The next day we came into Woodrow, a little vil lage of only one store, post oflice dopot,a ware house.sectioii house and few private dwellings. We are only 18 mile from tho gulf and I2 feet above- sen level This is a ramy .season and believe me it certainly ruins,just pours out of a cloud that will not cover the sun. You can readly understand that this water has very little drainage to the Gulf of only twelve feet. So here it stands for days, the very earth is soaked with it and one cm hardly go.but natives take no heed to it and travel just the same. In lots of ivspects we like Florida but of course every Stale o vpont Vrrr Jjt Jr. 11 K1K3Z 21 Pounds tfftKMKMM .. have billed several of their best speakers from over the State to hold meetings in various parts of the county. Let us insist that every voter, both women and men attend every speaking within their reach and thus be able to exercise their rights at the polls November 2, to the best of their information. Wood row, Fla. October i, 1920. Toledo Woman lasSs ,..? Wa Restored To Three Ago FeelsFine. Readers of Signal: After seeing an account or W II. Fish and families' tripto Chicago I thought maybe somo reader might be interested in our trip from Brodhoad,Ky., to Woodrow, Fla. We, a patty of four, my husband our boy Mack.NinaAlbright Ofl-eus- . u i u- - a. ? r Ur camp and about two very highly spoken of. It certain-lo cock in the morning a .storm is good to have a Kentucky came upou us and we had to pack Supt. to work with. and hit the hike. We came into I.a For fear my letter is now too Follelte,Tenn , about four o'clock long ami taking up too much valwhere we waited Willi two other uable space and tiiuo will stop. p.irties bound south for gas until Tha signal follows us and sure day ght. We traveled the second like alotter from homo. We save day to Chattanooga where we each copy to bo later. again camped one mile from the If my letter is of intoiest may city. The roads for miles both ways write again later. Wishing till our out of this city are flue. friends a happy winter will stop. The next morning we went Sincerely, over the city to see as much of it Alice Albright. is we could. We went to Mission- Mount . ary Ridge also Lookout Thero is more Catarrh iu this grounds, We section of the country than all . nln and the battle saw many sights hero. other diseases put together, and The thiid day we traveled 2I0 for years it was opposed to lie mjl'33 on. the fine 4 1 of inacnd incurable. Doctors pn'soribed itniz.-roads camping that night locul romedies, and by constantout from Atlunm, Georgia Wo ly fulling to euro with local t ii''flc(i three days In Georgia treatment, pronounced it iucura and I' thought sure we would bla. Catarrh is a local disease, never get oit of the State. We Jreatly influenced by coiistitu-tion.- il had "been following the Dixie conditions uud therefore Highways all the time when ut requiring constiiutional treat-- ' Macon, Georgia, wo changed ment. Hall's Catarrh Midicinrll routes onto the National High by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo ways, much to our sorrow for Ohio. Is a constitutional remedy, we sure had one bid time try is taken internally and acts thru lug to get through the stfnd and the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaswamps. We had to go on low ces of thu System. One Hundred gear all that day nud had hard Dollars reward is offerod for any pulIingJou level roads. The roads case that Hall's Catarrh Medici-n- o through Georgia are mado of fails to cure. Send for circu. a rijl .and. when made right aro Inrs uud testimonials tine, but the part' of the State V J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, w came through Ind not mado Ohio. Sold by Dtuggists, cc. their roads at alU Wo became Hall's Family Pills for constlna thoroughly discouraged that day tion . I top to y 1 re-rea- d . 29th, and I.indedsafe aud sound in At this time of the year is mid Wcodrow, Fla., September 2, one season, like December and Janweek from day we started. We made the trip without a puncture uary at home. But now that tho apd only one blow out, this being r liny season is about over the caused by Top being so greedy for truck gardners begin planting for free air aud filliug the tube winter vegetables. The oranges are " too full. We were very anxious to not ctripo, but will bo in about make the entre trip without any fifteon days. Thero are some tine groves in tire trouble and came very near to the Florida line boforo wr did, this part of the State and those only about thirtv miles from line folks who are lucky enough to when Mow out tool: placea dis- have them are wholly indepent tance of 900 miles we camped on like coal mine at home. Lee county loo by 9O miles and the road nud suro did enjoy this Woobrow U on the Atlantic Coast part of the trip fine. The lirst day out wo came to Lino railroad, and Ft. Myers the the foot of the Cumberland County seat, three miles away is mountains where 11 ght caught us the end nf the Railroad lino South-eas- t in the Couuty is the but not being tired we kept going Everglades and the big Cypre I ho uimimaitis until 10 ..through Swnmps. Wo are one and a half o'clock when by this time on the very top of thu moun- miles from the Ciilon.ahatchco in the Co tain, and we stuped to camp for river where tho can he caught. We have been fishprand-oe- r. night. This wab one of the sights wo tver saw but ver ing several times One day we took e our lunch unci spent the day. Our dangerous but believe me nil ire party this day caught above kept our gun close at hand. 50 pounds of fish. Jop catching The moon was full and bright more than 3o pounds of these as da but lots of the time was hut thu writer only caught one obscure from sight. We climbtd mull cut. We had lots of fun We and climbed the mountains with have made several good friends the river dashing along before we and tho people aro perfectly grand would come out into open at all. 10 us. We ould see the lights of the John D McFerron is county uiouutuin cabins sometimes far School Superintendent of thi Co above us and sometimes below us and is making good in every reWo stopped as I have told you on spect, lots of good friends and HiaBaaiKiaBOTv bactts H-.- v . a i Hy.-inge- r. J o t2.-r- 7 liRr cstirrbsBJ n jm Iri LVT rc- sl fV - fmmA I RockcasfFe Counfy Farmers Show Progress As Well As Pride In Their Homes We tire pleased to note that a lnr number of the pro. grcssive Farm and homo mvner are taking pride iu adding conveniences, comfort and improvements to their homes and farms by installing modern Up to ditto Lighting, Cooking, Ironing and Heating Systems. Those who have plants already installed in their homes and wi 11 zz Even to the Tiniest Leak YOU v thePrimrotestopsthetiniertleak. Hie Prirnroto Cream Sep, rator skims clean to the very last drop. It is simplicity itself in operation. The Primrose is the only cream separator which doesn t obstruct the cream outlets in the bowl with a cream screw. ' Running quickly over a few' Of the Olhr litnl. stantial supply can. heavy tin- cape in the milk. If you know where the leak is you are going p JP t. We can show you how can't afford to let any' mai guiucu cream es- .l....L bowl, ware, close-skimmin- g pi easeil are, viz: M. s? Jim Mnont John Mini; (. V. Ilrimii K I'! Qiilnti V0 Vlarn NmiicmiiH Dtlu-- r as thc-it- oniiliH uit-i- t 0. Suylor Jm Moe Mons Mulliim V. II. I.lnville !! mecrianiam .:i.a by splash from supply in gear! grade materia), simple high-e- st dnv-insr ..... d liomeH will ho hriglitdicd and mudi) happy lust as fast frctu lliu J li.l Ol.T I O'S, I'actoiy at Clikut'0,111. I J(A TEN YEAR TEST," B, Colt Company, Factory at Chicago, 111. (icntH : installed one of your autoinatie feed Colt Lighting outfits about ton yours ago. This was used for lighting Hie store rooms and hotel. It has given perfect satisfaction, ami I have never been to any expense for .1. (i Horse Cave. Ky. July 1, 1919. 'Oh Mini" Said Andy Gump "Chester needs a new suit You had better take him down to Crutcher & Starks Bou't Department and get htm dressed rlght"And for once, Min didn't argue. f There are several exclusive features whose values are obvious on a demonstration. We want to explain every one, and show how they all tend to save) you that valuable cream to the last valuable drop. You are in the dairy business" to make money. You need the' warm skim milk for feeding. Let the Pnmroae help you. The, of your herd in no way af. lects the ratio of profit The rnmrose saves on the gallon J you can figure your profits. I Je repairs on this plant. (Dealer's Name and AdtJr)' Very truly, Claronco Owens, 1 C. C. BATES Representative MT. VERNON, KY. (maHHRKS GroKviRe Leultvill-the ft.Buifon Metropolis Sors, tucky ShaferrSRoberfs BKODI1EAD. KY. ChlUrtn'i Baibtr Shop Third Floor READ the SJ I It s t J Commissioner's Sale PUBLIC SPEAKING Dr. M. Pennington Clerk S. F. Bowman Judge S. D. Lewis Rockcastle Circuit Court Plaintiffs, James Proctor, Ac , vs ;' Noticoof Commissioner's Salo. Elmer Evans, &c, Defendants. By virttto of n judgmont and order of salo of tho Rocltcasllo Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, I920, thereof, in tho above styled cause, the un H dersigned will on Monday, ber 1 1 Octo- Judge Mrs. Martha, G. M. . Judge Gair Mullins Dr. R.. G. Webb' D. G. Clark and others 7:00 p.m. ,4... Peitjiington Ballard T. J. Nicelev 18, 9 20, between tho hours o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at the tront door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky,, proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest and bust bidder, the following described property: A tract of land located in Rock castle County, Ky. on tho waters of Cove UranJi, and bounded 3 SPEAKING JUDGE PUBLIC HWJHHH texx) of LEWIS L. 11 follows: WILL ADDRESS THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY AS FOLLOWS: .' HICKORY GROVE School House, October J5th, at October 18th, at FAIRVIEW School House, RED HILL School House, October 18th, at October 18th, at HOPEWELL School House Sollie Griffin School House 2:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Beginning at a hickory sec ond corner of Kellys survey; thence a southeast course 7 and one half. Doles to a eum tree, run . ning with tpe road; thence west poles to a gum, with chestnut 54 pointer, ort'the Cove Ridge road; thence with said Co'Ve Ridge road to a stake t.,and one half poles, .with pointers. tlience,a, (Straight une 10 a, smite 20ioiusirum 1110 beginning iforner; thence,a south west course 15 poles to a hickory; thence an" east course 26 poles to a stone at the road;vt)ienco a north course 10 poles to the beginning, containing .30 acres, with access to the spring at the beech 6 WALKER 4 4 WILL ADDRESS THE VOTERS AT tree. CLIMAX School House - School Houst Old Scaffold Cane School House ISPpTANTA , ft1 mm Mouse"- "- October 19th, October 19th, October 19th. October 21se, at at at at 6:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m 1:30 p.m Sale to be made on a credit of months; purchaser will be repaired to give bond with approved security for tho payment of fctip nllrrhasn innnnr. In llfluo Mia force and effect of a judgment, fy"iiiri''fTAtfr tvj vrr.""ER:isroN Friday, October 22, 7 P 4 4 isrrrv. ni,'"', X i; at Church Gum,iSpring 'School House, BRODHEAD, w Will speak at m -- October 21st, at 6:00 p.m. October 22nd, at 1:30 p.m. October 22nd, at 6:30 p.m. of sale, with a lien reserved 00 said land until all the purchase money is paid. G.S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court B R ODHBA D Saturday, Oct. 237p.m. TV4 4 atti 4 4 4tttv M 4 4 Da 4 YTTI 4 T 7V7TV 4 4SfTYK4 4 4 4STT Commissioner's Sale Susie Criber, &c Hon. Charles Finley MT. VERNON, VERNON,-Octob-- at :00 p.m., "22nd-;- Rockcastle Circuit Court. , Plaintiffs. vs ; Notice of Commissioner's Wynn-an- October 20th a. w ftx, .ilbspcak at MT. " Judge Lewis U Walker er Ora Sale. Otis Wynn, Defendants. SR Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 1920, thereof, in October 23rd, the above styled cause, the un dersigned will on Monday, Octo 18, 1920, hours Everybody should hear these Speakers discuss the Political Issues bero'clock andbetween the p. m. of 4 o'clock at the front door of the court of this campaign, and especially house in Mt. Vernon, Ry., proceed to expose to public sale, to and each of these speakings a the highest and best bidder, the following described property: will be organized. A tract of land located in Rock castle County, Kentucky, on the waters of Koundstone Creek, near the village of Conway, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a gate post on a road loading from Conway to Copper Creek; thence the L. & N. right of way S. 14 and oue half w.44 and one half poles to a stake at the Hurricane and Conway road; the ice S puired to give bond with approvANNOUNCEMENT poles to 72and one half w Commissioner's Sale ed security for the payment of For the benefit of the schools a stake in road; tbence S2i one tho purchase money, to have the of the county, I have decided to half w.18 one half poles to I. A. Kockcastlo Circuit Court. force and effect of a judgment, Bowman's corner in said road; Pluiutiffs, bL'ttrlnur le"il interest from date become a candidate for one ot tho thence with his line S. 43 one Mary Lluville, &c. d of sale, with a lieu reserved on five meinbois of tho board of. half w 21 2 5 poles to a stake; S vs : Notice of Commissioner's cation to be elected at tho Novom 18 w 12 poles to Cliarles'uow-mau'- s Sale. land until all tho purchase If elected I corner; thence with his ber election, i9zo Defendants. money is paid. Lou Clontz, &c , w'" sorvo lne people of the coun- line N 8 one half w 52 piles, G S Griffin By virtue of a judgment and corner to Charles and Henry to tho best of m Master Commissioner, ordtrofsalo of the Rockcastle Bowman; thence Henry Bowman T- B Chandlhr. Circuit Court, rcudered at the line N ,s3 W ;thenco passing his Circuit Court. lino, corner, spotted oak, white August Term, lo2o, thereof, in oak, pointers, at 84 polos, in all above styled caubo, the undo XXE 2XZ 262 poles to a stake on hillside, will on Mouday, October two black oak and gum pointors; of 1S, I910, bctwocu the hours thence N 4 E I90 poles to a 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m., at stake, two white oaks and spotted oak pointers; thence S 45 E 80 the front door of the court houso proceed to poles to a poplar and two whits In Mt. Vernon, Ky oak po'nters.Hayes'corner; thence expose to public sale, to the Hayes' lino S 0 w 29- - 3 5 poles to highest and best bidder, the a stake in turn of road; thence following described property: A poles to a S 32 one half E tract of land located in Kockstako by tho branch at the castlo County, Kentucky, aud bridge; S 20 one half 15 30 poles to a doublo white oak at lower bounded and described as. follows side of road; thence S 36 E 8- Begiuuiny at a beech marked a s poles to a stako; thence S 79 E cross, the east side of Scaffold 68 polos to the beginning, conBranch; thence N 4o 15 on Can taining 250 acres. the ridge line of J. S Gadd, 60 Excluded therefrom is a tract We have taken the agency for the famous De poles to a stono and 1 one half of threo acres sold by Jonathan lvilea from a nrolar, marke d Laval Cream Separators because we believe the Do Wynn to G, B Cridor, and a one pointur; thonco N 4 E with the Laval will do tatter work and last longer thau auy acre tract sold by him to Henry JJrauou witu nieauaersoi oranuu other separator made, and that it is by far the Legore whore Henry Lcgore now to a stone at corner of fence near lives. cheapest and most satisfactory machine to uso. le; a water gap, in all 30 Sale to be' made on a credit of thence N 7.s U with fence 28 poles We have machines on hand at all times and will be G montns; purchaser will bo to a stono; tbonco 2 and 18 links pleased to demonstrate their superiority to any one. to give bond with apw 36 poles and 16 links to a stone Wo have put in a stock of De Laval Oil and uro iu a proved security for the payment at upper gato near J. S. Gadd'sa position to look after the needs of all users of old thence East 2 poles to house; of the purchase money, to have Do Laval machines iu this locality, atone; thence N 2 W to a stouo the force and effect of a Judg now set about 30 ft. from ment, bearing legal intorost from thence with the road to a barn; date of salo, with a lien reservod county road near a tone In the until all the pur 011 said land a cedar; thence with a division MARETBURG, KY. fence to the beginning, containchase monoy is paid, ing about 70 acres. G. S. Griffin, Salo to be made ou a credit of Master Commissioner, 4TT-fTATrrySre4 TVT $ montlu: purchaser will be Rockcastle Circuit Court. at BRODHEAD, at 6:00 p.mV at ,6:00 p.m. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale or the Rockcastle Everybody should hear Judge Walker discuss political issues of the campaign. Ladies are cordially invited to attend! Republican Campaign Committee the League of Nations- At HARDING COOLIDGE CLUB Ladies are cordially invited to attend REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE (PLEASE POST) Public Speaking "tub. 11-1-- 5 HONORABLE edu-sii- - ubilitV-Rockcastl- e - 7$aso2azc2 CMS j Will Address the Voters at NEW AGENCY FOR 48-- 3 De Laval CREAM 59-3-- 5 SEPARATORS 1 Wed.0ci20 2 P.M. Everybody should hear Mr. Fialey discuss political issues of the campaign. Ladies are cordially invited to attend. Republican Campaign Committee. VLt- - Vernon ed W.N. THOMPSON !4 - ?Vi i i i SM9wM .ifmwimtmftMli.uifmtmfttdTm, - - t w t iWV ,. M SIGNAL '.'. I. 'l.VE it N 0 N W. H. Brown waslil l.ouiavillo this wcL'lf buying army gdbilai jTria tf TTVi'iaWiMTatffll Mr. .Iorsu Junius Dillotb Is' If n- - ijaxgpirjggi 1 - - MT.Vkhnon, Kv, Out 15. 1920 ImmiuitNtiHiiiuin '.2 24 ".8 21 H n.Ce. TIME TABLE. ncrtn nortb south South Phone No. 8. r 5 13 p ui 8:35 am 12:13 pro 12:i!2 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. llie Kate llrn Hu r. porta pinctii'nlly nil of Moorotiinl Hot iml Told Lithcll. Kansas f r Hardlnis mid Coolidgo. Missus Francis and H"ss John l.e.r of Uurbin spent Sun day with Ins mother Mrs. T. Spurlci. nnil dUs UWsU Widunis acci'inpjnh-- by Dr. 0vens Ht f.uir. .!.. r . u.ii . tun .in 11 ifiin game at t u . r.ii.B 1 r n l.iii I'mi . .. fi 1.... llll 1V .a.... D'" "ia JJM " free. Gentry ' jO tonics larbur Sliiir. ( in (l.-.uit. and you Mr. and .Mrs. F.L. Durham mid will I'.av the price is right son Austin, nuvorcd to Liberty, G a,,tuii.i il by the maker. Sunday, Sutton & McB r Now Sweater? for evury binl .1 C Moore whs caihdio Mis. at Sutton k McBee's. tin biilni.it ot her siUr Mrs Hrow.ii is vi'O MlKbur. Mrs. Cleo Oihir Itip'ds, Ioao, much improved after .several Tuosdiiy Mrs. Harbor's coi ill ion days illness. Mm very ciii'cal. 11 y 1 1 1 1 iittiu Curpentcri tit llolllM frnm tviltiuu illn l.inf 0 rtiin--- "''"" 1 t HEART 0 111 jLLuw Out Of-Doors. H I 9 - In an entirely New Roll, as a Mountain Girl in God's Great Mary Pickford i UI 1 i?' PERSONALS D wight Bowman is home Walk-O- ver Shoos. Sutton 11 & McBcc. Robt McKeiizie of Corbin whs Whun bo ter clothes than Cloth at home Saturday to Monday. craft are made, we will stock Mrs. Belle Lair is visiting Mr. them. and Mrs, John Mullins in Herea. Sutton & McBev. Mrs. Rose Carne, of Berea, is Mrs. John Harp and Mrs Bob visiting her sister Mrs. K. B. Coz Harp of Liris were the guests of James Morris and V7m. Oaoiis, Mrs Elen Price this weult. of Burr, are botli driving new (livLieut. J J llet burn in wns In er.s. Mt. Vernon, Sunday, before going Mrs. S. U Martin returned to to Camp Sherman, Ohm, her homo in Mt. Vernon last The five ear-olson of Mr. Thursday, after an extended and Mrs. Jack Mullins of the Iturr visit with bor children in Lyneh- section died Tuesday of D.pther'n -burg Virginia. Mr. ami Mrs .1. Pish and sin Jack and Mr. and Mrs Moyd Miliar, motored to Lexington, d Mrs, Ann Fi: li who h.is been while, remains sick for quiet Lexington. about the same. U. H.MulIins vns homo from Mr. mid Mr. K. S. Albright Lancaster. Sunday. were in Lexington, Sutuiuy tosto Mis. T. D. Mullins still con- liieir sou John. tinues on the sick list. mis .Maine Alliums ami mis Mrs. Booth Purccll, we arc glad Susiu Thompson wore in Loui to say is very much improved. ville shopping lict week. fn m CONSTIPATION. The beginning of almost every serious dUorder is constipation. goed liwilth If you want ton-joKeep your bowels regular. This - Ijot accoiuplisheil by proper diet and exercise, bin Mimetiines a nii'dtciiiP is needed and when that is the case you will find t'liainbt.'rlain'.s Tablets ate excel lent. They are mild und gentlu in their action easy mid pleasant to t ilii' f5iv them u trial. They on'y cost qiimter. i11 In the heart of the Hills of Kentucky where Bullets, not Books, are Law. 1 " " " " The same Mary Pickford with her smiles and tears, her Loves and H ites. her whim an winning va)s in an entirely 1 new characterization. LOCAL W II. Brown lnn npeml mi Army (Soods Store next door to liryunts Garage. A Story Of Our Own Kentucky In lust weeks issue we only credited 1). Bryant with &20 to the Cemtlery Fund, it should have been $50. Our two garages are tryincr to lower tliu cost of motoring. In stead of gas hting 36 as it has beep here tins suiuu.cr, 5011 can get your tank filled at 32CU per. I Mountains 1 f t P W. R. I Did you ever see a Jury rising and each individual declaring that he was guilty of murder, and not the accused in a court room trial. It happens among the Loyal Mountaineers TirSSSEBr" ; GOTT 'MEAT MARKET Fresh and cured Meats of all kinds Am in the market for all Iw fat cattle and hogs en:flKajKi 4 Sunday. "fcrrsT Walfer L. BnicVTnil two children of Lexington are with Mr. uid Mrs. K. S. Albright for a few days Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knije motored through from Cincinnati Sunday, to visit their sister Ms Ellen Price. Mr. und Mrs. Geo G. Brock and children of London were with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Fish Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ranford Coffey of the Wildie section an rejuicing over tliu arrival of a young son who arrived Tuesday. Miss Jean Penny of Stnnfoid mill friend, Mr. Lmvis of Oinein-mi- l were visiting Misses Francis rind Ress Spaiks Shnday. please LUbl return -- L book. Polctt" Kindt r to Mr.C.Kranklin Women Made Young Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system In order by regularly taking Mary Pickford is the Greatest Actress in the strongest story of our own Jno. Fox, Jr., "Hecrt O' The Hills." A Sfory Of Our Own Kentucky Mountains COLD MEDAL The world's aundard remedy for kldny, livr, bUddtr and uric scid truublvs, the enomlt'3 of lite and looks. In use sine 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Mi far ! aadnana Cold Mxlal oa r baa accapt no imlutlaa K Admission : 20c and 30 war i-a- x memaid BooneWay Opera House 2XT?XL ' 9, 1, l & i a. Prom Second District Will address the voters of Rockcastle County, at the following times and places : MfflernoD, Monday, Oct. 18, at 1:30 M "Fl TVTTVT Congressman mm r ETD2 HON. Octobe r Mc. Invin 'eiUS nam 2021 SUPPING? Vernon, Ky. - Mon.r b.ek vllhcut que.llo., A. I ANNOUM.'BMRVr liwil in R ('( isilc liiinlir ffii t ."-- '- .... ..- .mi tiif .in,) .iiii,tl '" '" IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY a. ,,ja jJ .(1 )ti i),,sitioil OS or noncation, Store 0'ie oftiio u.ard iv" Pioneer unu laite iius o'lportnnuy 01 Messrs. O. C. Williams, I'. L inysulf us ji candidiitc. Inlerestia? Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More Durham, H. T. Young, Dr. W. Soliciting your support tit Women Knew About Cardui They WouM Be Spared the Owens and others were in Louisville, last week to hear Gov. Cox. election Novo in bo i 2. 1 11111, Much Sickness and Worry. Yours respectfully, ud'tes Suits, You can buy Owen Allen, Navasot3, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . Coats, Hats, Shoes the very now- - oct30 3t Coolfsbnrg. Ky.: of this place, relates the following interest-'.ijust lifeless. ost, at rock bottom prices at, account cf how she recovered her "I heard oi Cardui and after reading I trengtli, having realized that she was decided Sutton & McBee's. had some female trouble that Trr a 5eent boa at our rl.a. 5W.0rYK"K..RMj: "fl1"1 ,i,n0'1 Drug fr 'IthBtl 1 v' 1 NOTICE Good news tor the people of Rockcastle County, .ludffe Mull ids aud his Fiscal Court and Mr (iradberv Imvo worked hard for im NOTARY PUBLIC VKRNOM, MT KY. WAN TF.D mice : p roads, and haw nude tfi'eit Men or womon lo V--i t. Brodhead, Monday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 M TX I TXTTX P provctnents in the toad building Judge Mullins has a. copy of the advertisement rrom I'ranitiori for the link at Livingston, and the bridtro will lo let as snon as the contract is signed, as agned on by thJ Stato. County, L &:N R. It. Co and tno town or Liv ingston Si-- next weeks bigiiiu for bidK. fin adverli-eineiit orders among friends and neighbors (or the genuine jjuar aiiteed hosieay, full line for men, women and children, Eliminates Wo pay 75 cents an darning lnur spare time, or $36.00 a week y (or full time. Experience Write, International Stocking Mills, Norriitown, Pa. utinec-cusiar- dually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing In the world, and when you feel that gradually dipping away (roin you, you certainly sit ip and take notice. That Is what I did oni2 lir.: igo when I found myself in a ery nervous, condition of health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless I could lutnily go at all. "I was just no account for work. I would get a bucket of water and would 'eel so weak I would have loset it down .Kfore I ielt like I could lilt il to the shelf. In this condition, of course, to do even my housework was a task almost Impossible to accomplish. "I was . nervous and easily upset. run-dow- n sickness." was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it . . "In a very short while after I began the Cardui Home Treatment I saw an improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right-go- od' appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did my house work. "Later I took a bottle oi Cardui as a tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, lor if more women knew, it would save a great deal of worry and The enthusiastic praise of thousands of other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it Is worm trying. All druggists sell it. J. 71 IXTTi i A ISTTX-&- V- Kill That Cold With T All are invited to hear this splendid speaker. Ke will explain the League of Nations. Ladies come to hear him. Chairman Democratic Campaign Committee. CASCARA CId, FOR -- Cougbs OMVV sv QUININE AND La Grippe CH, FRITH, Neglected Colds are Dangerous Taka no chancas. Ketp thl BUndar J ttmed handy for tha firat tnatia. Breaks up a cold in 24 houra ReHtvaa Grippa in 3 days Excellant for Headacha Qulnina in this form does not affect tha head Catcara is batt Tonic Laxallvt No Oplata in HiU's. f Ifi. Wantfd:- - Man wi'lituim or auto, who cm i'ive bond, to si'll ataWaWHWf 137 Wutkius homo mid farm Hlfrgo-- t products. u lull concorn of kind in world. Si.s 'o to $5000 fmHJRS yearly income. IVrrilorv in this MMa aatf countv open. Vrn tdiv to J. MtlUM R. W ATKINS CO, Dcpt. U4, Winona, Minn. FOR SALE Thr:e mule colts, one 2 year C.C. old, nno i year old, one 6 months Gardy Mul old, at Public Sale at MT.VEKNON.KV. OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of, tins. xt milo north of Mullins Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Station. Terms, 6 month time Church St. Special atten wilb bankable note, 6 per cent tlon (riven collections. interest. Baturbay, October 23d, y PNONK80 JMN WHITE LUM1LLI,KY. Jkrsl asiartwist 4 C9. &m M Jnin. ATTOltNEY-AT-LA- Williams ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT 1 o'clock P it GOTT GOT MEAT 1READ & SIGNAL