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Vernon, Rockcastle County , Kentucky HARDING Brodhead News O-- O O-O- O m By FORMER CONGRESSMAN 10,500,000 -B Q- - Declares Filipinos All Want Independence CLYDE H. TAVENNER. Well, the election went of vorv week. B rod head girls defeated The women turned out I Mt. Vernon girls at U.ishet Ball flue to do their bit, as did tliu. here last Friday. Both teams men and Hardin-- ' eirried 'tot li plated lino Mr. and Mrs. Root. pieciucts Mrs. Alfred Owens Taylor write that thoy nre well has been very hick but is improv- satisfied with their now home at V. M. Sowder ing Mrs J. F. Watson has re Bridgeton. Mo turned ftoin a visit with her is numbered with the sick. daughter. Mrs John Robins, at Nichol.isvillo. Mis-Ella Belle Newland was at homo from Crab Miss Orchard first of the week Clyde Watson was at home from quietly. Former Illinois Congressman, Back From Philippines, Gives Interesting Views on Island Affairs. s PUT FIGHTING -- I , I' r Vornon Elizabeth Novell, of Stan ford, visited Mr and Mrs JN. J Vanhoo'' first of the weelc Miss Selby Payne was kept from her bchuol last week on account of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lecce have tho sympathy of all in the Ices of their nine months old b.ihy, who died at their home near Gum Sulphur Monday. Walter Robins wti'in Mt. Vernoii Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John Adams have moved to their proneri) recently purchased from Hugh McBue. Mrs Jacob El tie r Is with her duugher at Covington. A small child of Mr and Mi s. Will Woodull died Monday morning and was burleil hi the Christian Chcrch cemetery Tues day. Miss Rissie Oliver is able to bo out aftc being confined to her room for a few days with a severe cold Mrs W. A Robins Ins moved in the It use with Mr. Mary Albright Tho Ilullow'een Part at tho Graded school build ing Monday evening is long to bo runfmbered by all that attended as it was one of the most enjoyaM t. Mis QTALITIES IN - YOUR BLOOD Need a Tonic If You Are Palo and Weak, Without Ambition, You THY TAKING PEPTO-MANGA- Rich, Ked Blood Fights Off Disease and Keeps You Well and Enables You to Work With Pleasure. Serious sickness often comes when you least suspect You may feel a little over tired You havont been exposed to contagion, but all of a sudden you ate flat on your back and in for a 'siege tf sickness. Your blood did not have fighhu qualities. It was weak aud thin Your vitality and resistance wore low When you overdo you uso up energy. Your blood ts driven to do more than it can. If becomes clogged with waste Tho waste acts acts like poUon. Disease germs get in your blood and dotn-inat- Mrs. ble occasions of the Season Kitty Martin, of Mt Vernon, and Don't l yourself got run down Mis. Sadie Jone-- , of Stanford, Take that good tonic, Pepto wore recent visitors of Mrs. Lou Mangan It makes rich, red blood Mai tin Mr. and Mrs. Joe tint will resist and route cut dis e and children were down from Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Cass and httlo daughter, Inez, were in Louis-villMonday shopping Mrs. Guy Howling and children, of Borea, visited her aunt, Mrs. O V. Mrs. Will Jarrelt last weok. Ballard and children have returned from Highland Park -Mrs. John Uarp has purchased property joining tho Methodist church property from Alex Tyteo and will move to samo soon A. M. Hiatt and Httlo daughter, Dorothy Vornon, woro in Borea Sunday to seo Mrs. Hiatt, who is in thoNhospital there. Mrs. W. E. McWilliams and children wero hero from Stanford during tho i: ease germs. widely and by phjsidans. It is effective and easy! to take Comes in citlior liquid or tablet form Both the same effct Sold at any drug store. Hut bo sure yon gut the genuine Popto-Mangu"Gudes." Ask for It by tho name and be sure the full name "Gudes" Pepto-Mangais on tli o package. Ptpto-Manga- n is heartily endor.-e- d n n Advertisement. LUST: on or about Oct.ioth one white collar. Name for re- Black aud Tan bitch with points. Wearing a chain S. Bla' e, Berry, Ky. on collar. Liberal reward turn to Emmet Parkerson, 4 Kentucky. lliatt, 1 principally to the fact that In the The mhnbltnnts of tho Jones law America gave the t lliplnos Philippines are her word of honor thht ns soon as a practically unanl- - stable government could bo establish- nous In their de- - ed we would withdraw our sovereignty ilrc for Indepeud- - from the Philippine Islands, It might, at first' thought, seem ence. T h I s Is the strange that In their sincere Impres- - elation of all that we have done for SIQU .U1UI s.n.rj- piuvc TJ, I Ulv IHSIIl Ill rilllill.w-Jwujiill brought back withTor U Application cards will be lilt- - utter torn Ing them their Independence the Islands from not be successrully denied that on the sent to teachers for ab memone end to (lie wholo the United States has treated bers to fill out and return to the other, und after the Filipino people better than any Clyde H. Tavenner. having come In nation ever treated a dependent alien teachers and teachers will return people In nil the days since the curtain to county agent. conlnct with all classes of the people. Applications rose on the down of civilization. If I round, however, that the viewpoint we do not spoil It, It Is a record that will also bo taken from boys and of Americans In the Philippines, ami girls who are not inchoolif they Americans In the United States, on tho we can be proud of. Hut It really Isn't so strange that are between 10 and 18 years of subject of Independence, Is not tho same. the Filipino should love us more for age. Tho attitude of tho American gov- our promise to give them sovereignty ernment, and tho great mass of tho over themselves than for our other Kentucky's slogan is "21,000 people of tho United States Is to con- good works, for which, after all, outsider the Philippine question fmm tho side of army and navy expenditures, for '21". Rockcastle aud South-eIcwpoInt of what Is best Madison wants to help make unselfish the Filipinos have been taxed, nnd for tho Filipino people Jflnety-ilv- e the list 21,000. per cent of the opposition to Inde- properlj so, for every cent of the cost For further information write pendence emanates from American In- If we uul reverse the situation, and vestors In the Islands who are quite plnio ourselves in the, shoes of the County Agent, Berea, Kentucky. naturnlly more Intel osied In the size Filipinos, which cannot, be said to be JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL of their dividends than tho ficedom of nu unfair way of getting at the other an alien people. CLUB WORKT. fellow's viewpoint, we shall see that The unfortunate feature of the i It Is not strange. A Objects, Is that the opponents. of indeSuppose that Great" 'Uritaln orarj pendence. In order to convince the peo- other power that you can think of by re r. To encourage and train boys Filiple of the United States that tho ferring to your, geography or history, and girls along the lines of the pinos should not be granted their Inshould impose Its sovereignty upon us dependence, llnd It necessary to libel activities of country life an entire race. To tell a sensitive against our will and then give us an To put into practice the 2 Infinitely better government than we Christian people that they shall not hno their promised Independence be now enjoy? Could any such foreign facts of scientific Agriculture ob cause they are not lit for it will In power ever succeed In convincing us tained from books, bulletins etc, the end prove a mistaken policy. It that It had our welfare more at heart To bring the school life of will only make their demand for In- than we have ourselves. 3 dependence the stronger. But to return to my story, the Fili- tho boy or girl into closer relation At the pii'seut time, however, the pinos heartily thanked us for the ship to his or home life, masses of the Filipino people still Jones law, considering It a sort of have absolute uintldcucc In the good covenant between the Filipino and 4.. To assist in the developfaith of Ainerli.i. Their lojnlty mid American peoples, and Immediately ment of tho Cooperation in tho not us giutltude to Uncle Sam has applied themselves to the task of set- family and in the Community. yet been Impaired by the misrepresentations of the rctcntloulsts. Their ting up the prescribed stable govern 5. To dignify and magnify the leaders are Intelligent enough to dis- ment. And they set It up. It Is in own vocation oi the farmer, demonnow. America's tinguish between those Americans the Philippines who oppose their ampliations to In- representative In the Islands, the gov strating big returns when it Is dependence for purely seltlsh reasons, emor general, ollicially reports It Is properly conducted. und the gieut mass of the Amcilcan theie, und recommends that slnco the people whom they know desire this Filipinos have earnestly fulfilled their 6. To enlarge the vision of tho government to do by the Filipinos part of the agi cement, America should boys and girls to give them only that which Is Just and right. be as prompt in euro Ing out its part purposes at an important In this connection, It Is Interesting of the cont i act. to review the development of tho pies-cu- t So that, In a few words, It Is not period in their lives. friendly relationship between the the Philippines that now are on trial, 7. To furnish to the aggivs rillplno nnd American peoples. but the United States. one answer. America bive, progressive rural school Previous to 11)10 the Philippine-AmericaThere is but And teacher an opportunity to vitalize relationship Is declared to will carry out Its ngreement. have been not of the best. Hut with since we ute going to do It, we cannot tho work of tho school by correthe pnssngo In that jour of the Jones afford to quibble und split hairs ami law by practically both the Ilepubllc.in hesitate until our tardiness robs us lating the toaching of Agriculanil Democratic memberships of of half the glory of our achievement ture with actual practice. a belter feeling developed. This Let us act with a promptness und will"better feeling" has now grown Into ingness really vvoithy of America. ADVANTAGE OF JUNIOI4 a very strong bond of sjmputhy and And when tho people of the United CLUB WORK. affection. States set up the Philippine Ilepubllc The happy altitude of the Filipino as tho tlrst Christian democracy ol 1. Each member will receive peoplo towurd America is duo not prin- the Fur I.ast, the) will be building a a tecord book in which to keep cipally to the fact that Americans monument to themselves thut wll1 On that records of crops or animals or have shown tho Filipinos how to make stand throughout eternity. their country a better placo to live In; day the beacon light of hope, humanltj both, not principally to the fact wo havo und Justice will flush around the world. Each member will receive a 2 superintended the Implanting In tho Such un example by America will acPhilippines of one of tho tlucst edu- complish more for the weak and strug- lesson bulletin which takes up cational sj stums In tho world; nor to gling peoples of the earth than the his or hor work and explains it tho building of high class roads, four j ear world war, with all Its cost thoroughly. bridges and public works but Is duo In life und tieasuru. appro-stronge- ii 1000-500 fpss Centrally Located between, Cincinnati, Knoxville. & Louisville Friday Afternoon, November 5, 1920 Price $L50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE mm Agri-culturo bits, both in community, county and stato fairs. 12. Each membor will bo giv One thousand Junior Agricul- en school credit if school is in sestural Clnb Members for Rockcas-ti- e sion at tho timo the member is atCounty and 500 for Southern tending community meeting counMadison County, is our sloga ty meeting, county camp, stato this year. camp, junior weok at Lexington, All boys and girls between 10 or state fair at Louisville. and 18 years of age, who want to 13. Each member has a chanco raise live slock, poultry or crops to make one half unit credit, dur- with tho aid of State College of Ing summer work, which will be Agriculture and U. S. Depart given in school for Agricultural ment of Agriculture thru the work, County Agent, will havo an op 14. Each member has a chance portunity to enroll as a member to study better methods of during the months of November at home. and December. The enrollment will be mado .through the schools. TOPARTIES, TRUSlKES-an- Junior Club Members for 1921. Novembor and December are tho months in which this work will bo done. School teachers will receivo application cards for members to fill out and return. Parents, trustees and all others are asked to support and encourage this movement by insisting and urging our young peoplo in tho County to join a club and take advantage of what the State Collego of Agriculture and U. S. Department of Agriculturo is offering without price. It's alt free. Wantkd:- - Man with team or auto, who can give bond, to sell products. biggest concern of kind in world. $1500 to $5000 yearly income. Territory in this county open. Write today to J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. 144, ,...1,... ill d AiU The County Agent of Rockcas-tiaud Southern Madison, would like to have assistance of parents, school trustees and teachers in helping to enroll and organize e Winona, Minn. The World's Most Beautiful Volcano! Nevertheless It Is a Reservoir of Titanic Destructive Powers. m hr Mayon Volcano, now quiet, but which In the recent past has taken many lives and destroyed much property. The Philippine Islands are one of the most Interesting lands In the world for the American tourist to visit. Mount Mnjon, In the ptovlnco of Albay, Philippine Islands, ts declared to bo tine of the most beautiful volcanoes In tho world. No matter from which sldo the mouulaln Is viewed, the cone In almost perfectly symmetrical. The setting of the volcano has much to do .vlth Its exquisite beauty, as It rises to a height of 7,!i:t feet fioin un almost level plain. The peak is visible fur nioio than CO miles, Its regular, bare slopes near tho top giving rara' reflections from the Illumination of tho sun, while at Its base Is one of the most pioductlve and plcturcsipio luudsuipes to be seen anywhere In the world. A magnificent road, O miles In length, circles tho mountain at Its base, passing through the mo t vurjlng scenery. Mil) on has a history as an active volcano. It has destroyed whole towns. Tho most destructive eruption was In 1814, when 1,200 persons vveru killed. It last camo to Ufa In 11)00, sending a river of lava Into the sea at u distance of 8 miles from tbV uuter. Since then it hus been quiet. V-'- do-fini- n Con-glos- Dollars $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend The Right Direction If you are going anywhere, the natural thing to do is to travel in the direction of the place 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 tnOnoy you save, but the fact fact that you have boguu to save, that invests the act with a certain moral influence which, properly encouraged, becomes stronger and stronger all tho timo. That's why we urge you ta open an account with us and get started ou the right road, wnere the going is easy. Start an account today and watoh it grow. UTHE -AMERICAN- .RFD CROSS . ,. . - .. ,r v f ,-- - -- - t THE BANK of MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, President. W. L. Richards, Cashier. letter from the County Agent from timo to time, pertaining to JZ the work the member is doing. 5. Each member will have a chance to win a free trip to State Fair like Willard Baker, (MadU son) and Everett Roynolds (Rockcastle) did in 1920. rK- 1iitSiiHxiiRilHi.EiliHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 6. Each membor will rccoivo club songs and yells. 7. Each membor will havo a chanco to attend our State and County club camps. 8. Each member will bavo a chance to go to Loxingtou during Junior week. 9. Each member will bavo a jUBBf m VjSflmSlR $&mmmmmmmkmmmmmmm chance to attend County aud Community picnics. iO. Each moRber will have a But for the work of American Ited Cross agents In all rerlons of Polan chanco to win a certificate of during the lust twelve mouths, hundreds of thousands of peoplo In that tragic achievement and oertificato of country toduy would be under the sod, victims of hunger, disease and Tho Job In Polund U one of tremendous proportions and cannot be merit. abandoned for many months to come. Here Is a tjpkul scene: A lted Crou 11. Each member will have a worker "at the throttle" of a soup kitchen where hundreds o( uadernournecl chance to oxiblt In all club exhi vvomen aud chlldreu are fed d&Ui. i p IN PEACE TIME Aiding Poland M ' 3. Each member will receive a club button which shows that ho or she is a uicmbor. Each member will receive a 4 A habit is about all you get from spending money for trifles and passing pleasures While from the dollars you place in a Savings Account, you build an interest earning capital a permanent fund that brings lasting beneiits. Kfff 9 m The Peoples Bank l.NCOKl'OKATKU Capital and Surplun $30,000.00 INI U O. BiiUt, I'ro.ldeut I'lojU Miller, Cashier 1 eip-sur- e. Mir-r"''1- "" ... 1$ is&sMa3tatj Mourn Vernon MOU.T VhUNOaV, KY 1'ublihhed 2.r.a1 K.murt. J92o I FKIDAV, .NOV . iitrmt at the Mt Vtrnon, Ky. Potto'Uc itcombciiui mill matter. every Friday by II. II. Mll.LKK TICKET ELECT Warren G. Harding, Rockcasffe Counfg Farmers Sh ow Progress As Well As Pride In Their Homes Hi!-"..t- e Goes 10 Miles For Gained A Ileal Doy'i Store - Third Floor lorejanlac 1 REPUBLICAN For President for Vic President for Congreumai, 1 1th Dist of Ohio Calvin Coolidgc, of Ma.sSdcliuseUs J. M. Kobsion, Barbourville, Ky. '"THE Nutionnl election is iilw Leliind us, and tl.e people knew the result. It was u jjonous rest It. It was n glorious victory; the triumph or a threat cause, Tlie whole Nation rcjo.css that Wilson's death-tratiie League of Nations, is dead, and will be returned to Europe for interment. We 'lie i!c.ho(1 to note that n lnrc number of the pro. Kami and homo owner are tnkiinj pride in enivenienees, comtott und improvement- - to their liomoi and fauns ly iiwtallinj; mo iern Up to (hue liiglit i nnkui". 1111,', romii" anil l lt;itititr h stums. Tluwe ulio lave, plants already installed in their tomes ana well j JenseU t aie, viz: ud-di- 7 Pounds and Her Wonderful Improvement Is The IM ll Talk Of The borhood, Neigh- that the National election is behind us, we should turn our attention to matter of interest locally to us. At the next general elecNow, Jim Moore John Mink O V. Ilrown R IC Qulim VC Vlnrs O. M I'd nc M. C. S.tylnr Jni Ne It's no wonder tint every' od RM Mim MulliiM V. It. I.invilk- - tion the voters will be called upon to elect county and district otlicers for another term. The Signal will take no part as between Republican, It will accord to all candidates fair and jubl for county nominations. treatment, and support the nominees of the primary whoever they may be. In the races for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney, it will take un active part, huving already made a choice. The Signal is pleased to announce that it will advocate the cause of Judge 13. J. Beth-urufor the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge and that of Judge Walter N. Flippin for the Republican nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney. These gentlemen ore sterling republicans with clean records us such. They are clean, consciencious men and tiuve lived up to theii oaths of oflice, and the obligations which they assumed. This will nut be denied. They are sober men. They arc painstaking, obliging ofliceis, always ready and willing to serve the public, are fully competent to do so. They make a good team und work well together. Both Bethuruin and Flippin are very popular in this .county, and it U safe to say that at least 1)5 per cent, of 'the Republicans of Rockcastle will support them at the next August primary. It is not thought thai they will have opposition in the primary. If they do, it will not be John Bjrry Numerous other homes will as tlit. ii olillittt ailhi'fuiiillii' lc J T. J. Mink T. K. Mullins V. M. Mauls ltillit ihmI nml irroc hnppi jnt ns fast at' Uiii.ico, 111. IHOI.T O'S. sees ti clmtiRO in mother since she boiiu inkii'g Tunlne. for slie has yiiinod seventee.t pounds und can yet ahout hotter than for m. WOJSCCS r the Inst tvo"ty live years," re cently declared T. E. K lis well known live stock denier, living at Rutnsey, Ky. t "My mothei is now years old and for fight yeai hud MtifTertd fiom Ions of appetite I'ervoiiS'icss, constant headnchu, everu p.iim in the chest and buclt and frequent spells of di'.zi ue-S'ie n cunj so btd off about live yutit ago tlial she had to gi.'u up all housework and spent uio&t all Iter time in bed During all tli it t me she neither knew wluu it was to havo a well c ly or a night's rest, and her condition became so alarming that we never expected to sej her up and about again. "One day she read in the about .someone who had been grtatly helped by Tanltic, ucd nothing would satisfy bor sixty-eighs pa-pe- s & "A TEN YEAR TEST' .1. I MIKE and IKE wouldn't look so much alike if they wore our boys' clothes because our boys' clothes have individuality. m t'ompany, l'aettiiy at Chienijo, Ill I installed (ionts : one of your automatic feud Colt ago. This was ineil for Lighting outfit"' about ten lighting thu torc rooms and hotel. It has given peifeet satisfaction, and I have never been to any expense for repairs on this plant. Very truly. !olt . yo-u?- I, Morse Cuve Kv. duly 1, 1919. tr ovi I.JM Zte Store ofiSfandarJizeJVafoes KH v c. c. Representative " Clarence Owens, (RUTCHEReSfARKS k Granvite ff.Burfon Louisville-thc fons tucky Metropolis MT. VERNON, KY. Children'! Barbtr Shop Third Floor rrvv. " Vote By Precinct Rockcastle County :.;,ti. . Precinct J3 ri to 35 I 28 225 26 I Roundstone 68 27 I NewScuffoldCane 08 27 129 231 225 193 171 125 181 194 157 91 E. Mt. Vernon S. Mt. Vernon W. Mt. Vernon N. Mt. Vernon 154 129 q O 55 69 X W So to tAMERftf 4) 256 139 153 22 129 69 251 136 129 90 i jCetterheads I I PON9 THK WOMAN'S BALLOT. That ioioup 2 'd thy of November has come," Tuo'clid.lo t of tiieyeir; . With billots echoing our voices all along the way, Celebration W.irren G Huiding's 55M1 birthday. shy-Ki- ? l:TioU" .So J 3 THE RED-CRO- AMERfCAN SS . Tan Yark Wildie Powers Orlando Crooked Creek Red Hill W. Livingston E. Livingston East Fork Pongo Bullock Brown S. Brodhead N. Brodhead Pine Hill 20 222 193 171 t'O 80 12 73 18 15 80 12 122 181 70 18 14 i I 237 69 72 189 161 232 145 31 129 43 108 98 143 200 241 182 190 117 151 49 143 129 105 38 --zr 140 206 ,6F 241 183' 186 116" 151 48 65 73 31 43 I Orders for r GiveXTslour Printing . UN THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN. .mi. i j.DCArC TIUC F.I I, -. With the Sotdlers lrvI 'It Board of Education W. M. Alcorn Lark in 4buey J. S. Swinford W. A. Mullins G. A. Bullock The ballots thuy fell thick and f.tst, Like br ivn leaves in the wind; They sure snowed under Jimmy Cox, And others of his kind. F10 out the Sa'nvurd comes a cry, A suit of d.Ung wail Which indicate- - that someone there, Has twisted the. ronter's tail. Our fellow citi.ts all o'er tlu Sta'e, A gift for Krnst prepared; A wreath of roses for his brow. A token, "We did not brealc faith." So the barnyards throughout the laud, For cocks (Cox ) will bo very scare ; Thev've been beheaded bv Harding's baud, Tlnir music has all b en a farce. Dear little ballot thou Inst served us. will, f With thee, the "falling torch we now hold high;" Long may old Glory conti "ue to wave. May our country's peace and ptosperitv never die Submitted by Mrs. S C. Franklin. Mt. Vernon, 11 Ky. drove 35 miles to "EvaiFsville and' gut her a bottle. She's had tour more bottles since tl en and she has actually gained seventeen pounds in weight, and its ears since I saw her looking so well. She ptuUes T.inlac all day long, and tier remarkable recovery has mode such u stir around Rum toy that scores of ether sick people have bteu inking Tunhio with splend'd result. 1 make a trip to livansvillu every week an c.ut.v back a load of Tan lac for the reighbois. We all think there is no medicine l:e it, and I'm glad of this chance of telling everybody about what it did for m; mother. Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by ( has. C. Dai is; in Biodlieud by the Btodheid Ph.irinacy, and in Livingston by R G. Vebb; in Burr by W M O.iens 1 tf pPEACE j" M.mkf TIME K DISPUTANTA.- "Rev. L "Cloiider aVid"kcv:" Teaehlno First Aid ffito " "-- James Hardin closed a revival nt Clear Creek imptiat church Buudav, Oct 24th with twenty-on- e nddhions to tho church. Samuel Cain, who bus been ill for a number of jears, departed this life Tuesday Oct 26th Ho leaves a wife, several children and many friends to mourn his loss. Mrs Nota Payne and children, ate visiting her .sister, Mrs. B. IlarrN, ol Herui. this week.-- Mr and Mrs W. G. Mullins visited Mr. and Mrs. S.J Moore, of Uorea, Saturday ami Sunday. A number of the farmers in this vicinity are having the Colb Gas generators installed in their homo Thev aro all well pleased with Mr and Mrs. W. H. thetn Stephens, of Roclcford, Ky., are the happy rccip:uuts of a tine baby bov. Mrs America Abrums is very ill at this writing- .- Mr. Morgan Davis has been visiting his sister, M13 lilijuh Abney. It was a happy meetii g of brother and si Ur after an absence of tn out) j ear.i. Worh on the Davis Branch road is progressing nicely and its better roads means a better community in general we sin nld all be interested in the impiovemeiit of our roads. IM 3 ' A 111 t VS" i.J rV. , - 1 i s4 !ai'KtvVtH THANKFUL PE-RU-N- DID HER A ROGKFORD Mr. James Giant who is very low with cancer, is not expected Horn. to live but it short time to Mr. and Mrs W. H. Stephens, a line baby boy on October 30 Miss Cordelia Angl n who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W Lambert, at Bcren, has re Andrew Martin turned homo has returned from Autnilton, O , to east a vote for Hardii g. Miss A'gui Payne, who has been at Wildio for a few das, has re turned home. Morris Phillips through hero Fridtiv en route to Disputunta- .- Ur. G. T Pay no and wife, of Wildie, vis-te- d Mr und Mrs. W II bteph-en- s May Sunday evening.-Mr- s. Mrs. liullen has a new sepaiator Spencer Abuoy and baby ure getting along nicely. The revival meeting is still goi g en at Fair-viechurch, R. T. Abnoy made a business trip to Mt. Vernon Monday. Mrs O M. Payne visited relatives at Uocltford Sun day night. J A Q dun attended pa-se- d w FOR GOOD YEARS AGO nhle to do so hliuiilil tuUu tin- - Anierl-mlied Cross rfistructloii In first Aid r It's u Treatment. and a r on the farm, In llie fuctorj, on the street, ut the (illlce. In llie home, ivhereier urrldents niaj oicur. Here's a jouiir wife who Inexpertly uleltlrd n can opener nml recelieil tin uidj Kiish ucroi.s her urlst fiom the , JiiSKi'd can hi. Mother mis Imueier, ulth the I'lrst Aid kit mid lied Cross Inst ruction, nml pioh.ilily preieuted a enso of blood poison by kIiIiik prompt und proper tieatment befoie tin doctor urrlred. llfe-smetmln-xaieI tlu-ie- Eier? person monlally aim pri tica-l- y il WSM i States For Harding Ari.oua California Colorado Connecticut Delawaro Tncro roinaln In uimy liot.pltal throughout iii eountr.i more llun 20, 000 koldlera still IicIiik tivated foi uonnds received oersi-as- . lted Cross workers gle tlieni tlio sume sort ol friendly nld only mure of It- - that during llie wur. Kuillierniore the lted Cross Is tenchlng these ImK ucciiiiutlons at which they can later uinke u living und Is Keeping In touch with their home folks In order that no !f juMnluuta may suffer for lack f ii Keeps the Medicine with Her for Safety Mrs. Carl Linder, K. F. D. No. 2, Bos 44, Dassel, Minnesota, writes: "I want to thank you for your kindness and tho good your remedy did mo years ago. I am perfectly well and visiting 111 Spokane, Wash. Were it 1 would not havo been able not for a to mako H1I3 trip. I always tako your medicino with mo for safety should 1 tako cold. Praiso to As an emergency remody for everyday ills, has been in uso titty years. Pe-ru-- l-- i jTHE AMERICAN M.MM. -- IN; KfcP n.,,:,4 DCArE TlkilC WMf ,,,',,- t-K- ; ffi?rL Junior Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa MRS. CARL URDIR Kansas Maine Maryland R.r.D.Nt. 1.1144, Dillll, MlaiMMtl TABLETS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERYWHERE 3? fRADE MORAL Si Red Cross THIS MRANS YOU. When iou et up with a bad taste in ,our mouth, a dull tired ttelinc. no relish for food and aro constipated, you may know that you need dm-- of Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only cause an agreeable movement ot the bowel j but chnnse nnd invigorate tho 8t macli and improve the diges11 Massachusetts Michigan MinucMita Missouri fund. Nobody would CATARRH Moutana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York .... CANNOT CiURKI) UK North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Dakota Tennessee Utah Vermont Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyomiug. For Cox Alabama Aikausns Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina Texas Virginia. TO THK VOTF.RS, especially the Wo.nen of North Brodhead Pnciuct; I wish to extend to each and every one of you, my thanks and appreciation for your hearty in tho support and rrcent election. G. 11. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the scat ol tho disease. Catarrh is a local dLeaso, greatly influenced b) coust'tutiodtd cynditions. and in order to cure it you must take a internal remedy Hall's Catirrl Medicine is taken internally nml acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of tho system Hall's Catarrh Medicino was pre seribed by one of tho best phy sicians in this country for years It Is composed of so mo of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best Tho perfect combination in Hall's of tho ingredients Catarrh Medicine is what pro duces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions Send foi testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Props , Toledo, O. All Druggists, 750. Hall's Fumlly Pills for con stipation. blood-purifier- have known the Good Samaritan'? kind act were it not for Our Swrrour's parable. Be tho home folks' Good Samaritan, Mr. Merchant; make this pa- per your commercial bible; write your own parable and put It in our advertising coU ""IIS. ljL f3" w advertising tree. Good hard American dol lars grow on the THIS PAPER GETS AD. RESULTS RESULTS BRING DOLLARS (U.SjAKkl.lttU.aW.M.Uj tion. Por Sai.k; '1 horoughbred Duroc Pigs for Mile ulso thoroughAbout 12,000,000 boys und plrls, com. bred Jersey cow. posing nearly half the school populaMrs. W. H. Miller, tion of the United States, ure members of the Junior lted Cross, which Is helpMt. Vernon, Ky. ing the children of Kurope, while ut tho biime time It Is dolni; nn Important 3. ii r o Judge 7lerk DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COUKT B. o church at Pairiuw Sunday Frank Miller and son, William, nave returned from Hamilton, Ohio. ONLY A COLD. Are you ill ? is often answorod-O'tll- t's only a cold." us If a cold wits a matter or little conso-quencbut people aro beginning to learn that u common cold is a matter not to be trifled with, tnat some of the most serious diseases start with a cold As soon as the first indication ot u cold work here at home. Kulltnn Chetuolf. FORSAi.K:One sowinir macblno who wears the eiicuelni; smile shown ' t1,re0 ,cas albO ' W0OU-Wo- uiU In this picture. Is tho son of nn In-- 1 sell my residence on Richmond ditto culdu und trapper. He Is the joutiRest Junior living In tho neighborStreet. hood of Juneau, Alaska and be sends H. C. Gentry. greetings to fellow Juniors of the Unit2t. ed Stales. COUNTY COUItT J. nothurum, Judge btraight Salary: 1)500 per week und expenses to man or woman with rig to introduce UroiV. I Preciut Party. Chuirman Republican ' I Kuroka ligg Producer. Kuieku Mfg. Co., Kist St. Louis' III. V. H. Sijrnon. Chairman Board Mombursof Board F. Ii. Miller, Johnny Clout., Hlmor Purciful, O. D Bryant. Mo itr back without qul on HUNT'S Slv. full. In Iht Son.or.set. T. J. Niceley, Mt. Vernon. (J. H Muster Comniisslonor Criilln, Mt. Vernon. I'ruhtco Jury Fund P. R. Miller, Mt. Vornon. 12 days. 1st Monday in Jan. 24 days. 1th Monday in Apr. 12 days. 3rd Monday ir Aug. MT. VERNON W. II. Garmical, Polico Judge Clerk K. S. Albright. Mursliall P. D. Debottl, ( Cam Mullins. County Atty. S. D. Lewla S. P. liovvman. Cleilc Tip Langford. SlieritT Hundreds of colored girls and women have been eared for within the past three or four years at the Salvation Army maternity home for the colored. In Cincinnati, ,.: s a Wade Uvesuy. TaxCoiumihsU tor O..T.Sigmon Surveyor W. V. Durham Coroner Jack A. Jones. Jailor BOARD OP EDUCATION. Mrs. Alice Davis. Supt. J. O. Scoggms, Supervison. Sam Filds, Burr. DIv. No. 1. Div No. 2. K. L. bltidmoro, Brodhead. COUNTY Div. No. 3. . CASTORIA Children dry FLETCHERS FOR Kill That Cold With CASCARAEf QUININE OMV La Grippe Colds, Coughs FOR AND appears tako Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Remember that tho sooner you get rid of your cold tho less the daeger, and this remedy will help you to throw It oil VfT Geo. Bulloclr, Hansford. U T. Cliff. Pino Hill. CCZENI Div No. 4. Div. No. 5 ticatmcot of ITCH, BCZKMA, RINQWOKM, TETTtR or olhtr Itchlcj bothin tliicatti. Try Ii nl 1 at cue cltk. an T. U. Mulliiw, K.T. Abney, Sr -- flbL.Lakll '7,.lt l Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeie. Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves Grippe la 3 i' -- 3 Excellent forHeaducho Quinine in this form does not affect the head Cascara is best Tonic Laxative No Opiate In Hill's. Withers. Subscribe for Signal Div. No. 0. lAYl by' Montr back without I natation ' If HUNT'S 8 titatmtnt officii. LCZIiUA. K1NQWOKM. TETTER or ucninr otntr 7) ctat boa "at our rltk. Tiy a """ Disputunta. Pioneer Drug Store ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT -- m"W-- f- Ml. & Taylor visited hor daughtor, Mrs. li. D. HopKltis at ' Corbln last week. Mrs. Meshack Gcntrv. who has Mt.Vkiinon, Kv, Nov 5, 1920 bocn visiting In Ohio for somjb tlmo, W11 joined by her husband about two weeks ago and after a Tory pleasant visit they returned Sunday. Rev. L. N. Cowling, of Brpd louitvn.lt 4 NAtHVILIC R R.Co. successful head, closed a vor TIME TABLE. meeting at Rose Hill Sunday. :'2 norm 6 14 p tn Although there was only ono ad 24 north 8:35 am dition, Mrs Bird Koborls, we 28 south 12:17 pro hope the cooperation and good JJ1 Jouth ........A2!La. m lellowship will continue. SIGNAL M T. VERNON Mrs. J. C. &m Ias. Landkum, Agent. Phone No. 8. LOCAL v. Rev. Childress and family of Hrodhead, and Mr. and Mrs. N.-a-l J. D. Miller was liiiino Tues-dn- Parrott and family, of Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with Mr. and Hilton, of Pine Mrs. W II. Fish ami son, Win. Mrs. John W Hill. are visiting in London. Ball Band Oveis-hoe-s ;for every Elbert Huiisol was up from body at Fish's Livingston Tuesduj night. Dr. M. Ponnlngton was in Loufc-vill- o Sam Lucas, of Corbiu has purTuesday and Wednesday. chased tlie Tom Proctor proper Rev. and Mrs. 11. T. Young ty and Mr. Proctor has bought PERSONALS were in Lexington Thursday. Mr atnl Mrs. Henry Hopkine, of Detroit, ate homo for a visit. Mrs. L. M. Miller has pneu iiionia. Her mother is expected today. Miss Lvnn, of Stanford, is nnrs itiR Mrs. L. M Miller during her tho Mrs. Ellen Price property near tho Court House. Mrs Price bought the Sam McClure property. O'Bryun's heavy grude over alls just $3 00 at Fish's today. W. M. UmutmumTrhrrH an"mtiSaaBBm town; Past Master Balt.)ti, ofjCor binbiid Past Mastcr.J. M, Roberts, of Brodhead assisted in tho conNATIONWIDE FIGHT: ferring of the Master Mason degree and tho work thoy did was AGAINST DISEASE commendable. They wero skilled in the art. We ask thorn and all other Masons that were thero American Rod Cross Wif1Havo and others from othor Lodges to Health Centers In All Parti be present on tlie fourth Monday of United States. night in Novetnbor when there will bo Fellowcraft and Master W Masons work galore to do. Tha American Red Cross hi Munch 4 upon a nation" wide campWgO' of WINTER EGGS. lighting disease and physical direct among tlie American people. Anew "The first winter I used Dr. and unique health Institution bat come LeGear's Poultry Prescription it Into being as the result of ieveral mado me a lot of money. I months' study by tlie lied Cross Health have 61 hens and sold In January Service Department at National $4400 worth of eggs, besides Ofllclals In charge of the department what we used ourselves." C..D. predict that before long this new health activity will be In actual operation all McCormick,' iritno, Idaho. over tho country, and that the-- ' sign Poultry Raisers who get an "American lied Cross Health Center" will become as fninlllar to the 'peoabundance of eggs, use Dr Leas are now the signs of ple Poultry Picscription, the everywhere companies. Gear's telegraph which tonos up the system and Busy Long Before War. orstimulats the Tlie Interest of the American Red against disease Is In the gans without injury If you Crosshowever, Bghtrecent origin. ,Long of not, want eggs this winter when eggs before the war (be organization, began means money, get Dr. LeGear's this health service through Its nWdlcal Poultry Prescription from your units tn disaster relief work and Its department of Town and County Nursdealer right to day. Dr. LGear ing. During the war and following is America's foremnst Expert the armistice thousands of Amerlcnn Red Cross officials have been lighting Poultry Breeder and Vetennari disease la the countries. an. For any ailment whatso- At tho same time tens of thousands of ever among your poultry or stock local Red Cross officials have been enOglitlng disease, notagaged at get his remedies from your deal bly during homeInfluenza epidemics. the or. They must satisfy you, or The American Red Cross has deyour dealer wilt refund your termined that all this valuable experiat littjli H J ilmmiWwwmSkb YLHPsf If mJjrJfm' W3WLmi BVKLsHv $111 WLimmMkX$ai J W&saEa i Bead-quarter- alHVS ji BmMKIMw "2 iu9H'LV3HHt 7& mk iJPmnUmmM jjKR't, mT.vBiW 1 flPptr-- n HffiiffiMn Mm JySi Jl Wl&iLmmmmm 'l f , IssHk 1 yTwiiHIu ifla' TwjEoj lm Ml money. illness. r 1 Dick Mullins and Jesse Meadows were home from Corbiu Wed-iies'da- Bullock who is inter- in tho oil business at Bow A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. ling Green was in last week, Paid Mrs. J. W. Phillips. Redon.Ga up his subscription for another year and says be sure aud get phoned to J. M. Floyd, the mer- fjho pap'erTo' mo, itsTusTlilaf a ubaufc thertf, for a bottle M A si i: , .IfetiutowjyJwqJuea.dajLsi. MF M'.'Tlu'Jms is letter from home. teaching at the Graded School Ladies suits and coats at tho this week. price you want to pay at Fish's. Miss Julia Fish is helping JiuIro Mr. Johnnie Taylor of the L. W. Bothurutn out in his office Buckoye Section motored over to this week. Pulaski Co. Saturday Oct.rd Mr. and Mrs. .las. t'h'irch, of and returned with one of its fair Kichinond, visited Mr. and Mrs' daughters as his bride, tho young Seals Sunday. lady was a Miss Reynolds of tho E. R Gentry came in from Bee Lick section. Thoy were Sellershurg, Ind., Sunday to sou married by the Rev. M. G. Fish homo folks and vote. and will make. their homo in Chat Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dickerson, am O. where Mr. Taylor is in tlie of Detroit, are visiting rolatives Oil busiuess. bore and in tho county. Ashland Lodge' No. G4O, Chester Land rum. who haa and Accop.ted Masons holdone wv.iu aokj uibiiaiu iui nuuit? of jtlieTSroat, interesting meetings SiVs. 'UwlwjtT -- - and ence In health service abroad and homo shall not go to waste. So long as there are a half a million (people dying yearly In this country from preventable causes, and so long ts more of the American chilthnn dren and young people are victims of physical defects, the Red Croat recognizes the urgent jiee1 for continued Red Cross health service at home. one-thir- d fe& MfWli tft' rvKSmmWmWS W f X Wi " mm vt ? - ? - Jy-o- James Maret, tho Boone Way man, carao in from Lexington Monday for the election. Jeff Brown, of the Level Green section was iiere this week home from Iowa. We are g'ad to report Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhcad, up and able to be in Mt. Veruon Monday. Messrs A. L Cooper and Roainy Richards camo in Sunday frcm Lexington for tho olection. Willie Adams, of Colesburg, and Win. J. Owens, of Flemiuings-burg- , wore homo for tho election. .Miss Ida Harper who has been very sick with rheumatism for the past fivo weeks, continues very ill. Mrs. Pan's, of Oregon, who lived here some 3O years ago, is visiting friends in Mt. Vernon this week. Mrs. C. C. Davis, after a two mouths visit with Mr. and Mrs S. E Sheets, of Tulsa, Okla., re turned homo Sunday night. on-lou- te Snas'tondTy n!ght,he -b,- -the'y ColdsCafarrh'Coughs We now have held in years and the Fellowciaft and Master Masons degrees wore conferred and those who were passed to tho degree of a Fellowcraft were. Grover C. Hatcher, Level Green section, now of Corbln; ttobort Fields, near town; Emmett F Bryant Agent at Pine Hill and Christopher C. Bates, of Motiticeilo, uow Mt. Vernon. Those who were raised to the degree of a Master Mason were: Mitchell Owens, of Maretburg, now of Corbin; Robt. L. Carpenter, Mt Vernon. Tho visitors present wore: Past JOTIC. Lee Master, J M. Robert. Chandler, Ed Brooks, Arch Hays, and W. O Hobson, f 566 Brod. head; Past Master J. M. Balton, Cecil Hayes, Albert Hayes, of Corbiu Lodge 668. Tummy F. Hayes, liorea, OI7. Those pros- oni living some distanco in coun try were: Thomas Clarunco Hayes, Conway; Sam and Edd Chandler, Brodhead; C. W. Owens, work will begin in the Spring as Broma; Jones A. Hutt, West of soon as the weather will permit. I desire to thank you who have so readily rejponded to this great call and am hoping the ones who have not yet donated, will do so at onco. Yours for a beautiful cemetery. Mrs. T. J Niceley, President Cemetery Association. entering upon the season, are CONSTIPATION. which necersarily holds these ailments Most laxatives and cuthartics all know an in store for us. afford only temporary relief and should be used only for that purworth a pound of ounce of prevention is pose. When you want permanent cure. Let us reccommend our relief take Chamberlain's Tablets and be caroful to observe tlie Palatable Extract of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites directions with each package. for best results These tablets not only move the bowels, but improve the appetite See us for further information Price $1.00 for One Pint and strengthens tho digestion. Guurautoed to give results. hunting, Postkd: Against trapping or trespasslug in any I The Red Cross Health Center governed by business principles, applies business methods; and, 'In Its more simple form, can be established .and conducted by lay people. It proceeds upon the demonstrated fact that health Is a -- ommodlty that can be bought end sold like brooms and soap. Therefore, It establishes Itself In a storeroom In the principal business section of the community. It displays Its goods In the form of atsystem from thp cold. tractive health exhibit In Its show windows. It advertises constantly and every busiTO THE vOTEttS OF ROCK extensively. And It uses attract cusness and social device to CASTLE COUNTY. tomers. The Red Cross Health Center Is of I take this means of announcing scrvlco to the sick In that It gives out myself as a candidate for Circuit reliable and complete Information Court Clerk, to be voted on at the about existing clinics, hospital! sanatoria and other Institutions tofjijpe sick next August Primary. and the defective available BijctlS0.1!' record as..a , Republican nurses, both Jtralned -- . My- aEouT whenlo consulf a physleia'n'and stands open, and is subject to the why to shun Uie quack and his nosclosest inspection by any ono. trums. Teaching Disease Prevention. I have always stood by the par-t- y The Red Cross Health Center Is, and have endeavored to treat however, of even greater servlco to the all issues fuir and square as pre-se- n well. It teaches people how to prevent sickness and disease. This Is done ted. and attractive In if nominated, 1 promise to waysmany Interesting the distribution first of all, by make a faithful and honest officer of popular health literature and in the dischargo of my duties as through health lectures Illustrated with lantern slides or with health motion such. picture films. Then ipeclnl exhibits are Soliciting our support and ex- given, one after the other, on various pecting to see ever voter in the health subjects. Practical demonstrations are made; also health playlets by County before Atigustfirst, I am, children to Intorest nnd Instruct themYours Respectfully, selves and their eldors. Classes are organized In personal hygiene, home T. J. Ball. care of the sick, first aid and In food Health selection and preparation. clubs, both for younger and older peoTo THE FU1RNDS OF Ou ELM- - ple, are formed; also Little Mothers' Leagues. Nutrition and growth clinics woon Ckmrtkry: are conducted for children. Already more than a hundred of I am sorry to say that work Cross ncalth Centers are In hns bedn delayed for several these Red actual operation throughout the counreusons. Tho committee has try. Many of them also conduct meddecided that it is most too late ical clinics, but the one chief, outstanding feature of the American Red to begin work now and have Cross ncalth Center Is Its health eduplaced tho money in bank on cation servlco which teaches well peointerest and assure ou that the ple how to keep well. Is said sholiad" Bought a bottle of it at his store recently an that it was doing her children so much good that she wanted to keep up the treatment. You will tind nothing better for coughs and cqlds in children or for yourself It keeps the cough loose, ex pec toration easy and soon frees the How Qrairtli.lfor.''r6rVa; ""H mw ' t"li"i-.- - 'MfmiSme'tjZZXZ&tZZ? 'm,mh'''-T4t- ' . jh -- Jk ,. ''"rTtTn; ....-.i...- , Coprri"bt 1920 Hart Schaffocr & Man We're giving you next year's clothing prices NOW nart ocnanner C-mam?m, ;abou, and Fish's Special suits and overcoats $29. $39. $49. We bought these goods at top prices months ago you can buy them now for prices as low asanythat possibly can prevail next year. We're doing this to reduce your clothes cost Arrow Shirts Kenosha-Kloss- d FRENCH PRAISE FOR OUR RED CROSS WORK Lauding the work accomplished by philanthropy for Amerlcun France. Andro Tnrdleu, former high commissioner from that nation to the United States, In a recent article widely commented on throughout the French press, says: "The American Red Cross has accomplished a work which calls for tho heartfelt gratitude of overy true In 1018 this great relief Frenchman. organization eiit In behalf of France nearly 8T.000.000 francs, nnd In lOlO Its expenditures on charitable projects In our country attained the tremendous total of 171,000,000. ft has recently turned over to the French relief huge stocks of suporganizations plies whose value roust be counted In the hundreds of thousands of francs. "Fifteen million American boys and girls, banded together In the Junior Red Cross of America, are back of a movement to establish the closest ties and France's themselves between younger generation through the charitable works they have financed and are now carrying oat among our little war sufferoia. "The bonds of frttndihlp between France and Auerlca Is cemented with mutual admlratioo, rervect and n Modern Belts Krotch Union Suits Sweaters Crawford Shoes Ball Band Rubbers rWEAR ' Fish's kCLOTHES Special We that VtiiliMil Outfitter Mens and Boys mji;h-w:- i feVERNONj$ s CASH TUB STORE THAT SELLS TRADE MORAL VOW The quality ot TRADE what you have to sell it known I Pioneer Drug Store SHERIDAN BOWMAN, Proprietor. way. 2t. Voliecy Fish W. R. Barnett to iwne people all ( the time It tome ! and all of the the time, but atfverti refu tariy with us ami yetiK reaok ie NOTARY PUBLIC VKRNON, KY. MT. ailafthieoUalit(thttlin Joan of Are was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain advertisement and she's tad. U you've got a bargain In seme thing, advertise It to tha wwv an folki in this paper. i MORAL Dr. M. K. PENNINGTON DENTIST At Pr. Brodhcad, Thursday, rov.1 1 Carter's Office 3 Weeks LAtaiM 99 REGRETS as YOU don't use youmuch do of as most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. You don't pay a big price for d i It's sold at a that repmoderate price resents another saving. You don't feci uncertain as Calumet to results. fait " because Calumet never falls below the proven standard of "Best by Test." Bakings never fiwiisro LhWHw MLJvm ti . iAWr: 7 rfXHQCH - Douglas Fairbanks I "IHA Bi fl mmmmmmr;:smm,iJiL" ill,. ,i i,i,i i, i,i ' TW linn )l Mm KwJfm, &tei nmk I iiW v x f AtTIAC K IN IT I I v A B 1 fp Tl It possesses the highest quality ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such ingredients as have been offi- JA ! Cntumet Gold Calco Recipe Yolks of 8 eggs, llicupsof gran, ulated sugar, ?J cup of water, Vi cup of butter, 2V4 cups pastry flour, 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder, 1 tablespoon of vanilla. Then mix In the regu See Douglas in the Role of a Tramp Mr. Fairbanks has been aptly termed the Dare Devil of the Screen, and we venture to say thathts reputation is fully justified by his daring stunts in his newest picture in which he appears as a hobo to whom every Knight of the Road pays reverent Ches-terfieldi- an jP a cially endorsed by United States Food Authorities. strength 09 the day it left the Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modem Baking Powder plants. , It is important that you use only straight wheat flour (not solarising flour) and pure baking powder it you wish to obtain the gluten dej manded by sound health. For weeks, for months, it keeps as fresh and full of SCHOOLS tn STAND STILL I'M-- BETTER SCHOOLS IN NORWAY i obeisance larway. tiling appenr Some of the mitlons on the other while the rural piishluK alie,iil niliiiiil btiiniN lVw ciiilt' rlili slile of the Alhintlc are education of their (hll-- l In IiukkK's nr Miirlt's tttt'-- t- ilas; lint In 'lie the ilillilri-hiliool Weill;, chllilri'lij pi tu pictlj in tit li tlio itii'li. t ilii'lr parents lit- Mime klml of m'I ate tnkeji on lout' exciirshms mp they' temluil. with what in ty lieeomo .leipialnteil Tliilt tlll.f tcliilenc.v to let tlio x lioiils ntliiT ieopli aro iloinc In other loe.il htniiil Mill Is tin same In many por- Itlox. All of whli h proves toin Inshe- tions of the country i.iii lie seen fiimi l) that we in i must make our tin follow In;; eli.i(t from u letter Ml Is leu I sthools for real -- Ulh ( Vilwritten (lie Him an of l.'ilin .illoii nt li; r. t'hililii'ii. Wiishlimtoii by (.'oernor V U llnnl Tin' folliMhiL' cYfrjirf frofit f. Jmo); iiml l'Tli(ly mow fiiruiinl vj. Mr. Fairbanks has never had a finer role and he never has given his admirers so much for their money as " He Comes Up Smiling " offers them. di . - A SPARKLING PICTURE. , SEE I T. l"l fc$5 $ .Miii-rlii- aWSBiBealSalESESBHBE ."jui lWBli& w WimmSMam 111-1- ; "1 spent a week Inst Heptcmlier visiting one room loimlry sehools. I uiis nui.i7eil at the small proxies that hail been m.iile In the last 'JO je.-iiIn I was eiiiall. amacil these si hook at the Interest uiatllft'steil li the people who Mippoitfi! these si hooN, whateer was nete.ss.u-- j to Improve them." s ilo-ll- Jiiii a i .Htanii.wiiiB.i'i ' . ? ' ''Trz SSTJA-.-i.'SC-rAW- way: "i:ciiisloiiH of pupils which were iniich In miriip before the war are lliese mishitis which are beluis ib' velopeil for sdiool children in Nor- vv'n','-''- TU I t-5-DAY NDv KENTUCKY. and ZXt I JDGTIXEJZZZ ZXZZXI txz: AUTOS OR SCHOOLS, WHICH? r.ven rlth New Yoik City In hi'islnnlhis to lealle that her sihools ami her teadiers are not isettlnx a fair deal. Ileie Is a statement reientlv published In Sd Lift. It does not hpealc of rural sihooN; lm the render tan mentally li.im;o the lljiius to suit his or her local io;idltIons ami the shoe will lit all "Of the 'J OOO.IXM new aiitomolilles of the pleaxure-ta- r tjpo, vitlueil at fJ,(MNI,(NHI,INN, that will be sold In the Culled States ilurlnis the pri sent calendar .vear, It Ik coo. servatlvely esiluiateil that New York City alone will piiul nso ."lO.tHM), valued HK),(M HI. It Is est'mateil that there in o In the city of New Yolk 100 (KK) ihaulTetirs, whose salaries will amount $1.MHHK),(kki. to approximate (iar.u'e eharjies (there are '.MO.ooo ears, In the cll.v) will ho not les than ?,J.",(l00,iKitl1 probably much mure. Certainly a community that eau afford to pa.v no.irly a iiuarter of u bllUon dollars a .vear for ple.isiire-en- r ervhe can mati.itse to piovlde the teachers of Its MHl.ooO children with a decent llvlnis. lie. illy, the .sIKJ.IkiillXHl paid our teadiers for the year HMD Is it bagatelle by comparison." lil-s- , J i IifeJli! A9ifffliAlrl fourth ilbtiPtiHillHnRi'aSfldC $lr mHHRNMBKHF Ira red cross " l if liigfellffMcgft EATEST j 11-2- 1 The "Greatest Mother" concept which was lsunllzed In the fiimoUN nrt poster used by the American Ued CrosM In Its second war fund lanipiilKn has hud Its symbolism adapted to the IteU Cross woiks of the p(M wnr era and will lllurvlnate the main poster to be used In the I'miith ltoll Call NovemThis nduptatloti will benr the title "Still the (ireutest .Mother In ber the World." Everyone U familiar Willi the orielmil "The Oreutot .Mother In the World," the effectiveness of which hus been bhovvn in part h.v the fact that It has furnished n sjunnyni for Ited Cross that litis come tn almost n household term. Mote than nny other sjmliol, except the red cross Itself, the public has made It the trademark of the American Ited Cross. , atsalu lomliicteil and on u inncli l.iriser scale tli.ui formeily. Iiiilu!S the Mini-- ' nier vacation many of the sdiool build- Imss ale opened as 'travel burtMUx.' Toe .seats and desks arv moved out or pl.ued out of the way, and the sthoolhollse Is equipped lis u pupils' hotel. TolKi'skolen' reports that tin aruili'seuient like the following bus A tertii'ii been found satisfactory: school loom tn Stockholm Is funilshid cots, mattres.ses, pillows, iihiI with blankets, anil 0 washhaslns. These nr- i.uieiuenls acconiinod.ile a sroiip of :u pupils, with the " teachers In charge. Towels und sheets an: hioulit by the traveli'M themselves. "IJvery sdiool In the cities Is fur- nlsheil with it mIiooI kltihcn. IVnn's slon Is rslveti to the travelers to use this ami the cookluis utensils In prip.ii. Ins breakfast. The iiildduy meal Is taken at some of the Inexpensive, and yet very tsnnil, hotels that ale found it nit principal points. All airaii'se-incut- s ate made beforehand, so that each huicaii and hotel knows when! every part) Is to in rive. "Hoys ami jslrls travel separately. If the tilp Is short, It Is made on foot; If Ioniser, the hoys use bicycles. Trips to mine distant parts requiring 10 dajs or 2 weeks are made by rail or steamboat. It Is nlwa.vs possible to set very nnuli rodmed tales for u school excursion, l'uplls fi inn illtTeient lounlr'es visit I'uili other In this way; Ibe pres-en- t season will brills pupils together from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Holland und (ieiuiauy." Boone Way SSfilt MT. VERNON ADMISSION 1 w '' 20c 30c War Tax Included DONT DESPAIR aches; feci tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-ag- o of urine, you will find relief in fit; JHE AMERICAN RED CROSS IN PEACE TIME Disease Prevention If you are troubled with pains or The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and Nailonul Remedy of Holland elnce 169& Guaranteed. Three bites, all druggists. Look for tLo ninq Gold M3.1 oa wry box anil accept no ImiUtion mm f Muwm COLD MEDAL YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED That last year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a Send Via Parcel Post. (IiicorimraUxl) New One. Uoner btck without qucet on If HUNT'S Selve hlle In the treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA. RINOW0RM, TETTER or I other ttchlnf tliln dlicaici. Trr a cent boa at our rlk. ECZEHi Irf T7'I Sat C.C. ATTOUNKV-AT-l.A- Willmrna On2rd.floorof 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS women and children. Eliminates Wo pay 75 cents an darning hour spare time, or $36 00 a week for full time Experience unnec Wrilo, Intertmtional cussary Slocking Mills, Norriitown, Pa. WAN TIiD : Mum or woman to mire orders nmotiK friends und neighbors for tlio genuine KUar atitoed hosiojiy, full line for men, Hi ?' j f jflJH?3ijaHHMRH t V BjHHBHHHJHHHBajeBaM .aaHBLSanHWaVLw' Hr SftWuBW LVawflBLwAaHHBHBrlfi Louisville, Ky. MT.VKKNON.KY. .1 " 5 ji-- w 'i by Pioneer Drug Store Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special attea tion pivon collectionr. 'PNONK 80 OFFICE. L. W. "r BETHURUM j. --CTr " Tliroush Its Health Service the American Red Cross 1ms begun u natlon-ld- e with estntillshed organlzutlons to euiicentiuted elTort In reduce greutly the uuiount of pri'ontuble dlseuse und phjslcal defects found anions the country's 100,000,000 impulutlon. Kdueatlon Is Its most powerful tool. Special attention Is dcoted to children, and this picture shows u typical Ited Cross welfure clinic where little ones are treuted und mothers Instructed In the proper cure of them. Get your stationery printing done at the Signal Office after the election ATTCUNEY AT LAW MT VKKNON, ItV Will practice in all the iuurt3. w Office on Church btreet W 4pGDQHxy6yciiiDdif' ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL AND WATCH RESULTS During the past year Tlxe FORDSONTraotor The Farme's Friend Th Fordson Tractor has demonstrated that it is the Worlds Over 200,000 users testify to this fact HORSES Leading Farm Tractor. The Fordson is being used, as tractor has never been worked before, and for every purpose imaginable plowing, discing, harrowing, rolling, drilling, haying, ! harvesting,threshing, filling silos, sawing wood, logging, dragging and grading roads, and hundreds of other jobs. THE FORDSON TRACTOR WILL DO MORE THAN TEN It will plow one acre of land in one hour for less than 25 c. It will thresh J 00 bushels of wheat for 25 c. It will pull more than 10,000 pounds over the average road. Mr. 1 HUH Farmer you cannotA afford to be without one Ask For Demonstration. BRYANT BROTHERS