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Mount Vernon signal: November 12, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920111201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 12, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. rrvfr.:.,.. . n 1CJlr n f . - Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booncway 3l1nnnl DON'T SHOOT. Don't hunt oft your own land without licenso. Don't shoot without this year's Hunting license. Don't shoot doves before Sep teniber 1st nor after December 15th. ) Don't kill more than fifteen . cnton FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Established 1887 filitaJ ) Centrally Located .between? J Cincinnati, Knoxvilie & Louisville ''1 Price $1.50 & STARKS-LOUISVILLE 34th YearTiNo. 3 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, November J2, J920 All down the line. We're all dressed tip tonight, That's one good sign, When the tun goes down and the moon comes up, Our Club will shine. OLUB YELL. Rick a Boom ! Rick a Boom ! Rah ! Rah Rah We are here We are here ! We are here now Take a look ! Take a look ! Best you ever saw Junior Club! Junior Club! Rah ! Rah ! Rah 't FARMERS. Now'a The .Time. To cut, split and fill woodshed with stove' wood. To cut, split and stack up lire ! 1 PER veA IN ADVANCE C0rCHOOKOOCKKKKO:pKOK-- Brodhead Hews KH0-O0000(0-CK0KOKX- 0 jJSaaaSSSBgE9KOBBIs!?WiajSajw CRUTCH ER I' "' " r Mrs. K. J. McKiniipy wa in Mt. Vernon between trains Sun-day- . -- Mutters Austin unci Alvin Hicks entertained u number of their llulo f I'iftitti Saturday lifter noon in honor of tlii'ir seventh birthday. A most delightful timo was rep 'Hed. - Mr. nnd MrsUun. era! Re nobis nnd Miss Fannie Rogers, of Bee Lick, vitited Mr. and Mrs. .Josh Wilson Saturday Mr. and Mrs R and Sunday E. Al'irilit and little sou, Rich nrd, left Saturday fir Ashville, N. C , to spend the winter on of Mr. Albright's health. We trust the change will be bene ficial to liiiu. Mrs O. W. Turpin returned to Richmond Tuesday to be with her mother, Mrs Edwards, who is sick. Mrs. James Devil "ilt has returned from u visit with her mother in !nw, Mrs. Josie Devuult. near Mt Vernon. -- Rev. George Child ross filled his appointment at the Buptist -nc-cou-- BBBBaaaaiBBBBBR Ji $!R?i''fflK&i"KK ' ! HaaaaBBaBBBanw $ i'W3faMiGm 1 1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBrewareliaBHBBBBM doves in one day. Don't shoot quail before jMovein. ber 15th nor after January 1st. Don.t kill more than twelvo quail in one day. Don't shoot squirrel before July 1st nor after December 15th. Don't kill woodcock before Novomber 15th nor after January 1st. .rfi'A aaa aaBBBBBBawPAa' aaBBBBBBaWlr jb m a. wood. I .r , Don't kill more than sir. wood cock in ono day. Don't kill wild turkey, imported pheasants or Hungarian partridges before November 15th MflMNaMMMWMMNHaHNft Don't shoot, buy or sell rabbits before November 15th nor after ial3aaHhaaaMajBmaai To gather corn, select and care for seed corn if it hasn't ahead? been done. To store potatoes and apples. To repair house, barn, poultry house etc. To make drain around the barn, To till in, with dirt, around the well. POP and the KID sleep with the windows wide open and get all the benefits of fresh air without being cold because they both wear Crutcher & Starks' Flan- - church Sittirday and Sunday Jnh. rvfi, ,! iiwi iiiiihi MM More build hit; on Main St., be tween Smith & Co., and J. T. I.awronce and has moved his stock of goods to same. W. A (Jtirson is in Lancaster this week, The Basket Hall game of last Saturday between Mt. Vernonand Urodhoad resulted ns another victorious game for Brodhead. We are unable to learn the scores. Mrs. J. G. Frith is in Stanford taking treatment under Dr. O'Haiiiion.- - -- Tom McRoberts is in Garrard County this week. Mrs. A. M. Aiall, who underwent an operation at Berea hospital three weeks uno, was able to return liotno Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs t HON. RICHARD P. ERNST. MMMMMMMMMWIWMI m ui yMuwrnfttrvKrafirtiT'ir all herds. u Two-piec- To buy pure bred roosters. 'wlfcfte "'PsaffmiaA. .x January. SENATOR ELECT Don't snare rabbits at any Don't forgei to feed the birds chase.catch, during the winter. kill, injure or molest any deer Don't fail to notify your Local before November 15111,1925. Warden of this Department of Don't kill any wild duck, wild geese or jacksnipe before Sep those who violate the law. A fellow who hunts wifhouta tetnber 15th nor after January hcouse is a cheater see that be 1st. Don't set steel "traps before obeys the law. R S. Tuttle, Executive Nov. 15 nor after January 1st. Don't have fur bearing animals Agent Game and Fish Commisin your possession before Oct. 1st sion. nor after Fob. 15. At. .DonU-Oalbaiiwood:-rtuck,!eide- r 1000-5"Rockcastle 00 County for 1000 Junior Agricultural Club members for i92i and Southers Madison for 500," is being carried to each school in the two counties. This number will bo reached by December 3I. The teachers are asked to write to County Agent, Berea, Ky., for club plans and application card if they wish to in tbeifscutflh".' start Last week the Mt. Vornon Signal, and Berea Citizen puplished the objects of the Junior AgriculWeek before last the ture Club Citizen published the benefits of Club, This week we want our enrollment started. ub To buy necessary feed or food. To visit neighbors and get ac quainted. To write to the County Agent and feet a supply of bulletin to read this winter when sitting around that big hot fire made of the wood put in the dry In No vember. FARMERS YELL. Stand us on our head, Stand us on our feet, Farmers, Farmers Can't be beat. CA HPA1GH ROCKOASTXE COUNTY. Boy's e One-piec- Men's e One-piec- ., n e Two-pU- c $2.25 $2.50 71 Store $2.75 up $3.00 up gSfandardiztJVaRnis (RUTCHERJgS'URKS i!,! Granville ft.BurfonS Sons, BRANCH he CH 1 Mi HOTEL tucky Louisville-t- Metropolis vitited Ins sister, Mrs. duck or swan at any time. Don't kill, trap nor have in Kd Newland Saturday and Sun. dav. Mrs Virgil Martin and your possession at any time any Mis Aluiodia burton were in Mt. Ming or insectivorous birds. Vernon Monday having dental Don't waitnntil November 15th Mr. and Mrs, Ed work done to buy your hunter's license. Smith were with their daught,ir, Mrs. A. M. iliatt lirst o' the (ar raid, Mack ilcinlurij)rnd cliifdrotF, of brtlBB Too the guest of her father, Mason Aaglin Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson, of Silver Creek, friends and relatives on Clear Creek Saturday aud Sun Mesdames Martini and day. Daisy Swinford were in Berea on business Saturday. All tho Re publicans of tins community aro wearing a largo smile. Everybody knows why Mrs. Ethel Kates, of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting visited ert Mullins, of Irvine, Ky., is with homefolks for a few days. M. '.V. Swinford and Joe Gatliff were in Mt. Vernon Wednesdaj on business. Messrs Tip Langford, G. V. Owens, Cas per Martin and Lafayette Owens, of Mt. Vernon, made a business It hhje Say It For week.- -J i L, Piuuu is suffering vere cold. A. Oliver was in Cinciu-na- i Mrs. A. during the week DO IT NOW. Is Glad He Took from use Don't kill nil the quail in a covey leave some for seed. Co!dsCafarrhCoughs We are now entering upon the season, which necersarily holds these ailments in store for us. We all know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Let us reccommend our Palatable Extract of Cod Liver Oil with Hypopliosphites for best results Seo us for further information Price $1.00 for One Pint Guaranteed to give results. n Pioneer Drug Store SHERIDAN BOWMAN, Proprietor. 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 mOuoy you save, but tiie fact fact that you have begun to save, that invests the act wijh a certain moral influence which, properly encouraged, becomes stronger and stronger all the timo. That's why we urge you ta opun an account with us and get started ou the right road, where tile going is easy. Star', an account today and watob it grow. THE BANK of MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, President. V. L, Richards, Cashier. AH boys and girls between 10 and t8 years of age, who are in school go the teacher and give "In three weeks I picked up name, age, parents name, ad. ten pounds in weight nnd I can dress, and what expected to say that Tanlac will do all they grow, and teacher will send insay it will," said Barnoy John&on formation to County Agent. The boys and girls who are Lee, 222O Lyons Avenue, Louisnot in school can send in the ville, Ky. "Back in February I had a above information through the spell of tho ' ilu" thut left me all teacher in tueir district, or du rundown and my stomach out ofirectly to County Agent, Berea order. After I went back to HELP NEEDED. work I was so weak I could hardThe County Agent wants tho ly hold out duriug tho day. My appetite was so poor 1 had to assistance of teachers, trustees, force down enough to keep mo local club leaders, presidents of alive and it jalways soured on my community clubs and parents in stomach and caused me no end of putting Rockcastle Connty bvar trouble My nerves wero un- tho top for 1000 club members strung and Dlt was next to impos- and Southern Madison for 500. sible for mo to get a good night's November and December aro the sleep. '1 was just about played months to roach our mark of 1500 members. out. "I had heard about Tanlac aud CLUB SONG. When I saw tho statement of A Long Way To Club PerIXevoretid Charles Sanders, of Its fection. Huntington, V. Va., I decided to (Tune "Tipparary.") try it. My appetite picked up right away, and in a few days Its a long way to club perfection, Its a long way to go; tho indigestion commenced to leave me. Although I have taken But we'll raise pigs, chicks and gardens, only two bottles of Tanlac I have And wo'll cook, can and sew; gained ten pounds, my nerves are strong and I sleep like a top Goodbye loss and failure; goodbye doubts and Aiars, every night. I am as well mid strong as I evor was and feel liko Its a long, long way to club perfection, my old self again." Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon But we're getting near. by Chus. C. Davis; in Brodhead JUNIOR CLUB MEMBERS. by the Brodhead Pharmacy, and in Livingston by R. G. Webb; All Junior Agricultural Club in Burr by W. M. Owens. members aro asked to help in the Application cards enrollment. Alva, Fla. will be sent to any club member Nov. a, 120. on request. Where wo now have Mr. Robert H. Millor, club centers with 0, 10 or 18 I enclose check to you for ono members wo want 18, 2o and years subscription to Signal. My 25 for I921. boy Is not with mo now. Wo aro Robort F. Spence, , Jail well and enjoying very good County Agricultural Agent. ' health. My best regards to tho CLUB SONG. people of Mt. Vernon, especially Mrs. Williams and Dr. Lovell. Our Club Will Shine. Respectfully, Our Club will shine tonight, A. H. McFerron, Our Club wiltshino, Alva, Florida. Will shine with beauty bright, It Has Completely Restored His Health HOW TO ENROLL IN CLUB. Beginning November 1, there will be one of the biggest and most beneficial campaigns launch ed in Kentucky that she has ever had. This campaign will end Do cember 31. It will be carried from valley to valley and from hill top to hill top It will bo worked through the schools and other organizations. The County Agent of Rockcastle County is very enthusiastic about what can and will be done He wants tho assistance of teachers, trustees and parents in order to put Rockcastle County in the It ad in the state He says it can be done with tho right kind of work. This Campaign will not ask the people of the County a penny. It will, however, bring thousands of dollars tojtbe people. Lot's all get ready aud help put Rockcastle County in the lead. Plans and details will be published In Signal from week to week Watch each issue. "Brighten The Corner Where You Aro." ONLY A COLD. Are you III ? is often answered-"O- h ! it's only a cold," as If a cold was a matter of little consequent, but people aro beginning to learn that a common cold is a matter not to be trifled with, tftat some of the most serious diseases start with a cold. As soon as the first indication 01 a cold ,3m FHIIil ' GOOD WARM homefolks.-B- Sweaters Priced Low at THE CASH STORR trip to Disputanta Saturday. Mark Sottlo, of Big Hill, visited his best girl at Penola, Ky., and Sunday. The schools of this section aro progressing nicely. Sut-urday $ Saved Dollars $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. appears take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Remember that tho sooner you get rid of your cold tho less the danger, and this remedy will help you to throw it off. A habit is about all you get DISPUTANTA. Farmers of this locality are busy gathering corn and digging potatoes.-- J. 8. Swinford dug one potato that weighed two and one half pounds. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wood, of Conway, were the J. guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Swinford Saturday and Sunday... Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Sam McQueen a line baby boy. Mrs. America Abrams, who wont to Berea for medical treatmeut, has returned home and is still very sick. Mr. Harrison Gadd and family, who came here from Ohio to vote, roturned yesterday. Mrs. Nannie Lutes, of Berea, was 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 benetits. The Peoples Bank INCOKl'OKATEU Capital and Surplus $30,000,00 U. G. IiuVer, Pivnideut Flod Miller, CaiUler $! $ 'rw a i Mgcatfjyj.1 Mount Vernon Signal" "WATCH " x. .UKSUfha1 tirim lat.'.iia-t'.fl.i-.L'.'- .j; '2 jj; Jas nmll umllri. SB , J. SAYS BRYAN MOUNT VhKNON.KY.. ntre t th Mt Vernon, evi-r- KlUliAY. Ky. P.u'otjr'' truuil-ri- 12. 1920 U U THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidne- FILIPINO fu Wished Friday by Mlf.LUK y WON THE HONORS tin lentil mftvrlehted irtlrla writ ten from the Doiiuxratlc convention hull m van Fr&nclru lor the internaiioiiui Nem Service. William J Ilryun paid the folio Inn remarkable tribute, to Jose P. Melenclo the jounc Killplno who Is Id vliurie ot the Philippine Indtpindenc I'ubllclty cainimlsn Iu (ha United Slates:) By WILLIAM J. DRYAN. The Krvutest personal victory yet ton In tills Democratic coiiu'iitloii una cnicil hy n young rillplno liy the nntiie f Jom.' P. Melenclo. lie hint charge of lit1 Philippine I'ubllclty Uutvati at A'ushltiKion. lie Is only twcnty-sl- i years old mid Ids education In the public i'IiuoIb of the Philippines tinder .mcrlrnn tenclicrs, as lie proudly uiileil anil at Georgetown, U. C. le Is o remarkably promising young A.NXOL'SCKMKXT We fir HUllii'll?cil In amiou'ico, iilijrol tu llir action of the KtmMiiMii 1'rtity at noM Auj;it I'rim.iry. T J, MAI. I. l'or Circuit Court Clirk. Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles Welsh Si Wiseman START TOMORROW GOLD MEDAL v J9UN kssseoes) The National Remedy of Holland for enturiesnnd endorsed by Queen Wllhol-mlna- .. At all druftglMs, three sizes. Look for the nm Gold Mrdal on oTcrjr bos TO HYATT CRAWFORD. Your training now is over, Yocr equipmeut is complete, Your service record is clear. For you the final assembly has sounded, The SupreiiiK Command has summoned you Ovcrthurc. Fearlessly you have answered. Over the dark sea of Death thy soul is convojed, Piloted by the hand that never falters, We uiiss you, Hyatt We grieve that so soon you must leave us, turned eyes and heavy hearts With ten We on tlie shore must bid you a fond Farewell. Hut 'ere long we too must unswur to the same tutiimons, We loo must make the same Vojnjje, You iu going h.ivo made it easier for us to lullo.v. Comrade lol8 r-- di . nd acc- - no Imitation A Big Sale of Y.W.C. A, PLAtiS eeleil WORLD PROGRAM nun. DII'HTHKRIA AND HOW TO PRI2VUNT IT. Diphtheria is more prevalent this year than usual; this statement is vouched for by the State Rev Anderson, of Grey. dawk Board of Health, and the increas filled his regular appointment at ed nupber of cases we have had ScalToIJCaue last Saturday and locally in the last mouth or two. Sunday.-- Mr WC Viars a... While this disease, lias been son. Ora, made abusiness trip U some what controlled by the use Winchester Mondiy.--Th- u mi of Diphtheria Antitoxin and fewer val meeting at Fairviow churd deaths reported. There seems closed Sunday t.igln, with one .id to be ui jat$ria) changex-Uie( dttioii u tne cvurc'. Mr foil" numbei of cusps reported. Anderson, of Point Level, visiii-hiThe most logical way to elimisister, Mis. . I W Todd Sunnate this disease is through ihe day. Tom Ogg and fainilv, Schick Test which determine Walnut Meadow, attend, d chu-iwhether a child is susceptible to at Scaffold Cane Sunday. Mi by a very diphtheria simple and Mrs. I I,. Martin and Mt. method. The serum is injected Bristol Taylor viMted Mi. and iuto the cliihls arm, if the area Mrs. Win Stephens Sunday Mr. immediately pround the spot turns and Mrs. Bob Hrork red in a given time, this denotes church at Scad' Id Cane Sunday "r w! the absence of sufficient resist, ic& Mr. and Mrs Ray Linville at anco power in the blood to coun- tended church at Kairviow Sun. teract or drive out the diphtheiia day night. Joe VanWinklo, ot germ, and the child should be Berea, passed thru liuto last given an immunizing dose of the week buying cattle and hogs aerum known as toxin antitoxin The election' passed of tjuioil;, which renders cetr.plete immuniz- here. Most every bjdy voted foi D. ROCKEFELLER, JR ation for several years If there Warren G. Harding and the .stock Chairman, of the Educational Cam is no positive reaction from the law. Dr. and Mrs G. T. P.ivm palgn Committee of the Young Wo Schick test as has been explained and Miss Angia faynn passed men's Christian Association. aoovs the child is immune. thru here Sunday morning. cultlcs which beset the lives of glrlt Iu conclusion w.e can only say Morris PllillillS Idillln .miirlim mid women everywhere. In meeting of women lh mat it snopitl be compulsory for tril, to Disputanta Mo d y night the Voimg WcHiien'.s C'hils'Ian Assoclntlot every school child between the .. mIuikU a.s nu Instrument of service, ages of 6 and 12 to be given this tested and pmven by war, and organ CATARRH CANNOT HE zed to meet the manifold problems ol test and treatments made as in- CFRKO peace, dlcated. By this means diph-- . with LOCAL AtVUCATIONS. "1'ecatisp of Its fifty odd years of ex theria would soon bo eradicated as they cann.it reach the seat o' perleneit in meeting fundamental prob and hundreds of lives saved. See the disease. Catarrh is a local tenia affecting girls, the Voting Worn organ! your County Health Physician or' disease, greatly influenced b en's ChrlMluti Association Istoanexert o atlon particularly lit ted write The State Hoard of Health,1 constitutional conditions, and it stabilizing Influence upon the troubled I.ouisville'.Ky , for any informa. order to cure it you must takear times through a consistent program o service for girls and women. tion you may dosire in regard to 'internal remedy Hull's Catarrl "American women are asking hr this matter., Medicine is taken internally ana they may share In tho world's recon ' structlon. They run do so by enlisting Iljl acts through the blood on tin the support of their communities foi Underwear, sweaters, mucous surfaces of the system this W'oild Service Program, v.lilchwir good of all kinds. to the world u healthier and betwas pre- Insure j Hall's Catarrh Medicino Sutton & McBee. ter wnm.tiihnod. : scribed by one of the U,t phy "This campaign of the Y. W. C A sicians in this country for vars to tell tho people of 'the United Staten raise Its work It is comiioicd of some of tin about which to and to on V. $::,0i.00t W. C. A carry with best tonics known, combiuoc work during WJO In the United Stales i:ur..pe. China. Japan. India. So.al with some of the best blood Amcrlia, purifiers, The perfect eotiibiuu'ioi will close Ihe lt, Siberia and Mexlcc week of February liU tc of the ingredients in Hall'r HO, which will be known as Y. V C. A Catarrh is wli.ti, pro Week. "Tho Federal Council of Churches duces such wontlct fill results n will probably ?t one Sunday as n thus catarrhal condition Send foi fur pilnlsters (.hioiighnut the country la 10-s ROCKFORD Speaking with grace, using the best migmige and without a truce of Mrs: John D. Rockefeller, Jr. he presented the claim f the Filipinos to Independent e. The Heads Association's 1920 itiillcnce was astonished the ill tri'nglli of his nrguiiient, the skill World Service Program. villi which he marshaled his fnrts and lie high tone of his speech. He captiand coininltteeuien $3,000,000 NEEDED FOR WORK vated everyone him the compliment and of visitors paid ibliig and cheering when he concluded Leader Calls Association "Stablllzlnt Ills plen. When one of the committee asked r Influence" In Outlining turn some questions he returned to the Prooram for Women Federal Coun iilntform mid answered them with as ell of ChUrchcs to Announce "Y. W imch logic nnd precision as If he had nken weeks to prepare his inswer. It C. A. Sunday." wns a remarkable ttlumph. jeors As one who began twenty-twMrs. John D. Ilockofellcr, Jr., chair ngo to light for the promise of Indeman of the National Educational Cain pendence I was proud of this IllustraW'orH tion of what the Killplno Is capable. pa Inn Committee of the O Service Program of the Young Worn en's Christian Association, hag innil. the follow lug statement: "Since Uie war wo nre more tlinr ever awnre of the economic. Industrial, educatlouul, social mid religious dltU Post-Wao Suits AT LOWERED PRICES Kvt'ry Mis? and Woman who litw lclaycd the purchase of her Autumn or Winter Suit will welcome this e.vtraordinar) salt of Suits at One-Four- th Reduction It is an event that includes our entile stock enihraciug all the choicest st vies and intwt charming materials of tho season. You will appreciate this sale all the more hecuuso it conies right at a time when a new suit is at the heighth of its usefulness, and when it is possible to acquire a full seasons' cut vice. Kqtiully to he appitciated is the direct saving of ONK KOUH'I 11 from the already lower prices which have previously been announced bv this store. Our entire stork of S4o.OO Suits, reduced SOME FACTS Strts has been divided into the following irrnqm: . ABOUT THE $49.50 to. uits, reduced to. i $33 75 . . . $37J2 $44.63 $48.75 PHILIPPINES The University of Snnto Toniai Is Hi years older than Harvard. The Filipino people number 10.350,-01of which 9.40.VJ72 are Christians and only 0 per cent They have been Christians for 300 a culture and refinement that will compare very favorably with that of other tuitions. $59.50 Suits, educed to. $65.00 Suits, i educed to. $75.00 Suits, reduced to.. $56.2'" $85.00 Suits, reduced to. . $63.75 $9").00 Suits, reduced to. . $71 25 $110.00 Suits, reduced to. . $82.50 I b Special Purchase of Winter Coats and Late Style Dresses A Our buyer on his recent trip to the New York market secured a host of the very latest styles in both Coats and Dresses at prices much lower than prevailed earlier in the season, all. of which price advantage we are glad to pass on to our customers. years and have tUtt-ade- There are only C.C3I Japanese In the riilllpplucs. There are about 100,000 Japanese In California atone, or IS times as many ns In the entire Philippine archipelago. Kngllsh Is taught exclusively In the u Philippine public schools. Two natives now speak KnglMi fluently, and there are 700,000 Kugllsh speaking children In the public ehools. It Is destined to be the national mil-llo- Speciaf Showing- of New Coafs af - $29.50 MR3.-JOH- $39,50 $75.00 $49.50 $95.00 $59.50 The Newer Aufumn Dresses af post-wu- r nee-i- -- j Seventy per rent of the Inhabitants of the Philippines over ten veurs of nge, ucciirdlug lo n census just completed, nie literate. This Is a higher percentage of literacy than that of uny South American country, higher thun that of Spain and higher thun that of any of Ihe new republics of Kuropa whose independence Is being guaranteed by the Allies. The Filipino people are unanimous In their desire for Independence. Whenever they are called upon to deposit their ballots they have always ratified this aspiration. At every ses sion before adjournment their representatives In the Legislature reiterate their faith In the principles of liberty and the Independence of the Filiuluo people. The Filipinos declore they have no grudge or grlevnnce against the Amer- trtti ' t mi tin 'Pirn! r n titiAit I Iu n fijijilu. '" . VVT "j;" i $25. $29.50 $35. $39.50 $49.50 $59.50 $69.50 high-grad- BROWN Kid Shoes and Oxfords Lowered prices now prevail on' all and we are offering many special values at Shoes and Oxfords, I $7.50f $10.00, $12.50 and $14.00 :j .w. Cooper -- - WELSH & WISEMAN DANVILLE, KY. YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED That hit year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a NOW Send VU Parc.l Post. OHM i tstimonials, fiec, CHKVKY& CO., Toledo, O. All Druggists, 75c Hall's Family I'ills slipatiun. V .1 Props.. fir con yawoth Klcxstd-Krotch Union Suits Make you goo"! thchH btrai(ht Salary: $.'15 00 pel week nnd e.ptnse.s to 'man o woiinn with rig to tntroduo Kurolfii Rgu Producer Mfg. Co.. Kist St. Louis' 111. feol mighty fro-fty cool mornings. We have your size ut the price you want to pay ECZEMA J Montr buk without qucit on If HUNT'S fmv fIU In the (retmcnt cf ITCH. KCZKMA, KINQWORM, TKTTHR or othtr Itchlnir tkia dUcaici. Try 75 ctnt toi at our rlitr. 11Y m in conditions affecting women and the Young Women's Chilsilnn Association as an Instrument of service. "The Immediate task Is to bring to the peoplo of tho United States a knowledge of conditions affecting the lives of women In all parts of the world. We can no lunger Ignore the character, the manner of life and (he Ideals of other peoples, whether we wiint to or not. A special call Is now coming to the Association from China, Japan, India and South America. where v6rlt wns lielil back ilurliitf tlie. (ur berniiso of tlie nwcsslly for spo- clnl udMty In ruiuv unci the Unltwl address their ciuigiegatlons on general gratitude for all Ihut America has dune for them. They point out that Uncle Sam gave Independence to Cuba, and they hope that they, too, will receive that boon vvlihout which, they declare, no clvllled anil patriotic people can enjoy the maximum of happiness ami I'llllllVI ''"11 1J (t MIVOOtlU UI "'"' It lill 'IMJf WHITE One ..?' Vl'U,' nTTiT" mJ .SOU) Pioneet DfUP SfnrP & &n ' e..i . -- 1 1 HHpHaay -- THH CASH STORK already The educntlniiul canimtj;n committee Include iiiiioiik Its members Mra. Itobert U. Specr, pn'sldent of llm Na- il.i..nl 1I..A...1 . .1... v it r k II.. Henry I, Dnlsoii,fMr. William Van y y(,s jj-g )lvkpson ,0Crt lira. Wlllluiii Allium Ilrown, Mrs. von Sanfunl M'MloSmllli, Mrs. ll. I.apliiuu. Mlis'l'llon Hale, Stevenson, Mrs. Fri'dcrlc'tl. Pratt and Mrs. Her. bert Lee I'ratt, V ttWT. Pl"rr?1!., i i )eln special delegation of Filipinos, officially representing the Filipino people, nl tended the Republican nnd Democratic National conventions, seeking an Inducement of the Filipino deshc for Independence In the two platforms. Their arguments, briefly stated, were us follows; First. That the American Declaration of Independence declares that governinenlH derive thefr Just powers ,i, rr Si'.niJ.-Tl- .ut tlie Ainerlcon Con. cross ln le iI(llies lllWi sIelnniy prom- upon Is1'1' tlie Filipinos liidept'iiik-iic""" wiiiMMiincnt of a stable Ihut ''t. "ml that their claimnow In the. ,.,,, .,,, mr,inlni Is. -- " ", , . isience in tne mianus lias nt'cu omeiai ly confirmed by America's own repra , sentnlhoa there, ; and went before Third. the world In ttie recent war as the avowed chumpfon of "jtelf deternilua Hon," American soldiers having been told It was one of the things thay ' were fluhtlue aod dyluf for. A LOUISVILLE, RV. ' Jbcra! aoHnwat ad full valiM paid Tar k CO. FURS 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS iwor.iii rNdaa and Louisville, Ky. aatCkia T ..ni ilf.i.,,,riii! e 1 govern-.w,.T.?,,- i .";"".: Best Goods at Lowest Prices AS LONG AS THEY LAST Ginghams Percale Outing Bleached Cotton, etc. Serge ThaL-Amerlc- a tffT C. C. ATTOUNKY-AT'LA- Williams , ! rf&jjrttoty XS. ' V VKltNON, Y Will priKtlcc Iu all the courts. Ottceon Church Street & M'i1 fattcinky at iaw W. X&X$Dt$ BETHUKUM ft MMERM(.t BOND Pfl , save win and Our Good TTWTrwiTTk,T iu?i"U1i)lifs foi 1 I wnimfii1 WANl'JjlLiTMen or women to take oji;j).'rsjiiiioiiK fiiciuls and till) iiOnul'ne'.L'Uar foi-.jfit'- MT.VEKNON.KY WINTER UNDERWEAR J (Z XXAV You l9suilV. fuiyine ami cliildioif. Eliminates Wo pay 75 cents nu I UarnitiK hour spare time. nr.O o) a week fur full 1 OlfFICK.- - On2Dd.floorof ,Ilabk o( Mt. Ver'non, onl attea Church tioa given cuuccuuuv. 'PNONK 80 ? SHOES N READ the SIGNAL, Money 11110. Write, International ct'ssury Stocking Mills. NorrUtuwn. Pa. ttniiec. CASTOR. Children Cry MR FLETCHER'S X. M.J.MfLLER"T-lS!N0- t'-- v y-- - mbimlinMtmmmm Y1 1 Little Bornlcc Wallen. who has had typhoid for soveral days Is Improving Mt Vbunon, Kt, Nov. 12, 1920' Ela French und family have returned from Illinois where they have been for a year. Mrs Anno E. Miller, who Is in P New York, is improving nfter a : continued illness. , the have We ore glad to report Mrs, lOUKVIllC ANHHllt n R Co. V Ann Fish much improved after a 1 YHMK TABLK. continued illness. 2 nortli... ...., 6 14 p Dr H. V. Pennington was in 24 north .... ..'. 8:35 am town Saturday and Sunday to 9.8 south 12:17 pm see Mrs. Lewi? Miller. , 21 douth 12:i2il a m from Mrs. R. II. Miller was in Lon- ? Landrum, Agent. doiWTuesday and had her tonsils Ias. rtflnoyk by Dr. U. V. PenningPhone No. 8. Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds ton. all the time Mrs. Mattie Mullirfs, our new postmaster, will movu the post- NICE LINE OF oftice to the Mrs. Goo. Hiait prop Mrs II. T. Young is in Lex- erty tliis wek. ington. Mrs. Alice Davis and two sous, J I Dees is horo from Liv- Leonard and Karl, have- - for Red ingston today. House. Madison County today to Located just North of Depot on Main Street, Miss Rthel Azhiilis in Louis- visit Mrs. Davis' parents. Your business solicited ville tliis week. L. G. Falin, of Louisville, was Marion lliiinlin. of Detroit, is home Thursday to bring his homo this week.urand mother, who bus been visJohn O. McNew, of Herea, was iting him for the past three weeks REAL EbTAlUTUANSFERRS Marriage License in Mt. Vernon Monday. Mr. Jno. Forbes, of Ashland, Tip Langford bought the HarT. J. Niceloy, Circuit Clerk, Ky died Sunday night as re lan Doan farm on Briudle Ridge was in Fr.inkfort Monday. sult of scalding. Mr. Forbes was and sold same to B F. Hall, of Charlie Herd aud Lillie Clontz, Nov. 2. j. Robert D.ivis made a Hying trip a brother of Mrs Alice Davis of Harlan County. Sheriff Langford R. B. Gill and Pearliel Mill, of Martin this place. also bouuht the Casper to Louisville Saturday. Laurel and Knox counties, Nov.4. farm near Disputauta. Mrs. G M. Ilallard is visiting Abe Brown and Susie' Parker, Wm. Brown and W It. Gott of friends tn Covington. the Ottawa section, Nov;, 4. have made an exchange of town Wo are gl.id to report Mrs. Wilbum Freemau and Alice J Lewis MilLr much improved. W. M. Bullock has returned property. 'Martin, of the Gauley section. Lloyd Begloy has bought the N0X4. Ben Jennings was down Irom to Bowling Green after rf wcoks i lohn R. Alcorn farm on Crooked visit with bis family herei, Eugene Mordis and ,LUa Mul Stanford Sunday uud Monday. Creek. lins, Pine Hill. Nov. 7. K. J. Andorson was over from Pro war prices on coats and Dr. Wulkor Owens lias bought " Jesse Mobley anS France "Mae" M,:Bt?s. Berea Monday. suits at Sutton & a town lot from Lucy K. Muilins. Howard, pf Gauley, NdvMo. T Chas. Uussell was down from Work is still going on, on the Isom Saylor has bought the A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE Brodhead Sunday. Dixie Highway, South. The road Guy Maharg farm in the Hiatt , i?OR Mr. uud Mrs. Ilobarl Griffin is piactically tinishedto Pine Hill section. arc moving to London. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon.Ga Cynthia Frvo has bought the phoned to J. M. Floyd, the mer Big reduction in Ladies, Coats John Fields was here from Noble Gaskin property in the chant thero, for a bottle of Cham- ' and Suits. Stanford during the week. north end of town. Sutton fe McBee, Remedy and berlajpPs Cough Win G. Fain. U S. A , was in had bought a botilo of it town Wednesday on business. Buy you shoes from Sutton & lilder J. W. Kiddle will.preach at his'store recently an-- ' that it Qlulne Cam Muilins and Joo at 'Pleasant Hill next Saturday McBee and saye thdifference. was doing her children so much Mlllenery at a big reduction. Noe were in Kraukfort Monday. night at 7 P. M., and Sunday at good that she wanted to keep up Sutton &'nMcBee. Mrs. W. J. Sparks and dntigh. 10 A. M. the treatment. You will find ters are homo after a visit in nothing better for coughs and Ball Band' are the best buy, LOST. Louisville. colds in children or for yjpurself full stock at Fish's, of coarse. Purso containing ladies hunt : Miss Risse Williams and Mrs. keeps the cough loose 'expec ing case gold watcb and other It Cleo Brown are in Louisville this As we went to press last week, toration easy und soonfJrees,the IftjtjcJosg, RpwardLrfotNteturn to system, from thp cold. t cided who was elected U. S Sen- J. W. Brown, Mt. vornon, Ky. Judge L. W. tJethurum was in Ingersolls tell tho time in the Covington, Paris and Louisville ator, woarenowglad to announce Lost: Yellow rain coat, lined that Hon. R. P. Ernst, of Coving with black. Return to Peoples dark. Get 0110 at Fish's. this week. ton, was elected over his oppo. to the votkks of rockcas: Dwiglit Bowman has a nice nent, Senator J. C. W. Beckham. Bank. tlk County: position in the L. & N depot at For Salk : Thoroughbred Louisville. I appreciate the confidence you Just received a new lot of men's Duroc Pigs for sale. had in mo to vote for me as one clothing at new prices. Call M. L. Whitehead is doing some Mr. W. H. Miller, of tho School Board, especially and let us show you. needed work on the Boon1! HighMt. Vernon, Ky. Those that voted tho ladies. Sutton & McBee. way, near the Scliaffer farm. 3tagainst me I appreciate them as Mrs. Jno. Craig, of the Qutil voting for the best interest of the We are reliably informed by Wantrd:- - Man with team or schools as they thought. I know bection, is visiting her sons, W. County Engineer Bradbury that auto, who can give bond, to sell G. McBee and D. C. Oraig. my pledgo has not only being for threo contracts have been let on 137 Watkins homo and farm of schools in my side R.S Martin, a printer by trade, the Dixie Highway which com- products. Biggest concern of the interest of tho County, but for the' county recently of Corbin, was found pletes the link from Main Street kind in world. St.soo to $5000 at largo. I shall always be teady dead at No. 5 tunnel, about one iu Livingston to the Chilton yearly income. Territory in this to advise with the patrons of the mile north of Livingston, Thurs- grade. One for the concrete, county open. today to J day of last week. It is supposed one for the grade and one for R. WATKINS Write Dept. 144, county to tho best interest of CO, schools. that train No. 31 killed hiiu. the steel of the bridge. Winona, Minn. W. W.J. Alcorn. t-v- i 4XTTV 4 4 3tI M SIGNAL T. V ll It N 0 N S RRnWN U11UII11 Mm 8 I UI1UUWM PURCHASED j I It PIIRCFlt: JUNIOR RED GROSS WORKING AT HOME Production of Sound American Citizenship the First Aim, i Says Dr. Farrani. On the badge of every member of the Junior lied Croslare the word "I Serve." That tells the tory of the school children'! branch of the American Red Cross and IU efforts to bring happiness to children throughout the vor!d TeaPSB T? Jf r Jr jtjSsW M 9tv sjsbbbbI af WBfcaasT 111 i 1 Butcher Shop W. R. Gott I PERSONALS I Fancy Groceries I 11 - 11 LOCAll $ chidren$ said-4b- e - - y - Reattztng that the time never as right now for teaching the highest Ideals of cltUenshlp, the entire present program of the Junior Red Cross has been framed uader the very Inclusive phrase, "Training for Citizenship Through Service" for others. Since the Junior Red Cross U the agency through which the American Red Cross reaches and the schoolgirls, all its activities are designed to come within the regular school program, and without creating new courses or Increasing the number of studies to lend Its aid In vitalising the work of the schools. . "The thing that Is needed," says Dr Livingston Karrand, Chairman of the American Red Cross Central Committee, "Is not a perpetuation of the Junior Red Cross, but the training and breeding of sound American citizenship Inspired by the true, fundamental Ideals of sound democracy. One of the great conceptions In making the Red Cross a contributor to better citizenship In our American democracy Is the realization that after all the sole hope of any nation la with the children ef the country." The plan of organization of the Jun lor Red Cross maktsthe school pub lie, parochial ncdprlvate the unit, not the Individual' pupils. Mutaal service, helpful community work such as clean-ucampaigns, care of the sick, promotion of health regulations, par ttctpttttoir IttvttMTBSS'tit.lztotif-wtfc- -' ments all these creative agencies de signed to translate Into life and' action the regular school program are parts of the machinery which the Junior Bed Cross places at the disposal of the school authorities. Oraded study courses giving, practical methods of civic training, supplemented by pamphlets and helpful suggestions, are supplied te the local schools by the Junior Red Cross. An elaborate plan for premetlag an Inter change of correspondence between children in different section of the TJnlted States as well aa with children la for elgn lands la being devised and will take a prominent place In the estabt lished classroom program. In promoting the general cause of child welfare, Red Crew courses la home hygiene and care ef the sick, first 'aid, and dieting may be estab Aui-1- . lished In all Junior 2.J& Ularlea. The Ideals and the objective ef the Junior Red Cross are embodied la the pledge of service which the pupil takes when he signs the membership roll and pins en his coat the Junior's badge. The pledge which binds together service and citizenship reeds: "We will seek In all ways to lire up to the Ideals of the Junior Red Cross and devote ourselves to Its service.' "We will strive never to bring discredit to this, our country, by any unworthy act "We will revere and obey our country's laws and do our best to Inspire a like reverenco and obedience In those about us. "We will endeavor tn all these ways, as good citizens, to transmit America greater, better and more beautiful than she was transmitted to us." At the foundation of this school program of the Junior Red Cross Is a great love for America's children. so propitious p wi Copyright 1920 Hart Scliaffncr & Marx S- -" .JtiJ3 Clothes values to be thankful for HART SCHAFFNER Trj-- .r 8c MARX : & FISH'S Special Suits and Overcoats ' T ?29. 4z.:ij -- r. .m a. a iWyojySiAw' -- - '. clothes are worth vdfye more; we paid the high- est prices ever known for these goods. THESE We're not paying any attention to the cost now We're trying to make prices very much lower for you and we're forgetting our profit to doit. That's the whole story. ' ' . ' jfWS Fish's A T' 1 SPECIAL TsffYv- r-; i grTXgE RED CROSS ACTIVE IN DISASTER RELIEF IINIHal 0 asA Clothes Fi 3 LJ TfKKi .. JI Ttrrt9mmmrV ? jT)" i '-" - WANTED Big line of BLscinf coats and suits at almost one half price. Sutton & McBee. Turkey AT ONCE ALSO WALNUTS rfar hrcAu: .v'v 5 iTHE AMERICAN RED CROSS N.i 1 imc j When disaster hlfa a community STOKE THAT Ore, flood, earthquake, explosion, bad wreck or tornado the American Red Cross can be depended upon to follow right at Its heels with help for the CONSTIPATION. stricken people. Red Cross relief Is almost Immediately forthcoming food, Most laxatives and cuthnrtios clothing, shelter and funds; doctors, afford only temporary relief and nurses and special workers with loug experience In handling similar trouble should be used only for tlmt pur y WillYouBeOnt, elsenhere. Child Welfare "pYjpmHIHfo I'-- , Eggs - Chickens At - Hides 1rf?HK Hoys nHb tVKJ Highest Market Price Delivered toW.R. GOTT MT. VBBNOM, KY. Building .Old Bank TTV IXE l 1 t 1 ragTvr 4 4 4srr and clrls wle learn early to take proper cure of their teeth, throats, ejen, ears Hiitl stoniuchs, have mude a lone step toward healthy luunhood und womunhood. ThrouKh ItH public health and uurblng services, the American lied Cross ulms eventually to reach all school children with teaching re.urdluir disease and health promotion. Here's a acbool nurse treating a little flrl for sore mouth, at the same time Img planting a valuable lesson Iu aud proper diet. teeth-brushin- During the Inst year, ending June 30, was an average of four disasters One a month In the United States hundred aud fifty communities In twenty-seveThe states suffered. Inruost and most destructive of these were the tidal wave at Corpus Cbrlstl, Texaa, uud tornadoes In Mississippi, Louisiana. Alahuma, Georgia, Ohio, Indlaun and Illinois. In these eents of horror 850 per sons were killed, l,f)00 were Injured, 1.1,000 were mude homeless, about families needed help, the property loss was nearly $100,000,000 and almost 11.000.000 in relief funds, not la eluding emergency supplies was expended. To the sufferers from all disasters during the year, the American Red worth of sup Cross sent $120.00 piles, 110 Red Cross nurses and men Te meet the special relief trains. oeeds of the stricken, the organization set up ten relief stations, operated thirty food ranteeoa and as many hundred emergency hospitals. Red Cross chspters and twenty-fivgave disaster relief service. If disaster ever strikes this tewa ef county, the citizens caa be akselutely sure the Red Cross will be right oa band te help them la every way. ilre n pose. When you want perm'inent relief take Chamberlain's TablUs and be caroful to observe tho directions with oach p.ickugo These tablets not only move the bowels, but improve the appetite and strengthens tho digestion. SMALL Y. W. C. A. IS COMMUNITY CENTER lb Secure Membera fie TheAmcricanRedGa OfAMillionVfetW , I 30,-00- 0 e I Hesreatlen fer Qlrle le Important Feature of Work. November 2-- 11 Fifty-twyoung women In tlio United States sre known a Y. W. f A. All of wlildi "town secretaries." ore orj.'iuili'.liiE saeans that tbe fifty-twrecreation work for girls and for the Postkd: Against hunting, community at larftf In town ,of lens tripping or trespassing in any than 10,000 Inhabitants. Th T. W. O. A, may be In orto rent- way. ed room or more. It may be nnvholo Vollecy Fish r kutldlnc, but at any rate there Is a recW. R. Barnett room and If possible a kitchen, 2t. reation reading and wrltlnj rooms. If the ,T. CO ryan's heaviest grade orer W. O. A, has a b'ulldlug of Its own It es a community center, where all nils $3 oo at Fish's while the'-- ' ,'s erfaalissleDS may meet. last o Volunteer NowAfftur Chapter Headqttftrtwt Third RedCiwMlCall ) ?! Dr. M. K, Partington DENTIST" At Dr. Brodhead. Thursday, h6v,11 Carter's Office 2 Weeks' 1 ,1 H'tfjL'l-'- i A i ' ?; v.'t, s KrarawsKsr tarwtuztiz: RockcasfFe Counfy Farmers Show Progress As Well As Pride In Their Homes gresive Farm and home owner arc taking pride in We ale pleased to note t lint a Inrjri number of the pio. lid- I1 MAKING WAR ON i DISEASE MENAGE American Rod IT COSTS TOO MUCH TO BE SICK Keep Your Blood in flood Condition and You Throw MOTHER Twos she, my friend, who gave you birth, And brought you to this glorious Upon her heart before the hearth She cooed and cuddled you. She wrapped you in your long" white Mown, She brushed and kissed your fuzzy $ crown, And never deigned to lay you down Till drink hud fuddled you. Another Royal Suggestion earth, COOKIES and DROP CAKES From the New Royal Cook Book in bunco, here are some wholesome delights that will satisfy the most Cross Announces Budget of $48,200,000 Off Pisi'iiHo PAY ATTENTION TO YOU It UK ALT! I No I'epto-.Mang'in For Current Year. NEW WHEN the ding conveniences comfort and improvement-- ) to their homes and fnnns liy installing ino.lern Up lo date Limiting, (booking. Ironing and Heating Systems. Those who have plnnts already in their homes and well pleased , DISASTER RELIEF PLAN ravenous appetite. nre, viz : M. C. Siiytor Jim Mooro John Minlc Jin N'oc Moss Mulllm G. W. Brown V. II. l.limlle R. K. Qulnn T. J. Mink W. C. Vlars T. R. Mulllm O. M. Pajne V. M. Mauls John Berry Numerous other homes will he brightened nnd tnadc happy just ns fust at their outfits arrive from the J.B.COI.T (.O'.S. Hnctwy at CIiUmo, III. Continuance of Heavy Work Abroad Deemed Necessary to Protect United States $21,000,000 Less Than Last Year. Need to Tako Chances In niglitrobe, kneeling by her choir, Makes Her hnnd upon your silken hair, with It. You learned to lisp that first sweet Kiel.. Red Blond prayer, To childhood known; "A TEN YEAR TEST." Horse Cave. Kv. July J. B, Colt Company, Factory at Chicago, J 1, 1919. 111. I installed one of your aiuoinalie feed Colt Gents Lighting outfits about ten years ago. This was used for lighting the store rooms and hotel. It ha- - given perfect satisfaction, and 1 have never been to any expense for repairs on this plaut. Very truly. Claieuee Owens, ,; ; 1 C. Representative C. BATES MT. VERNON, KY. cou.yit flout the eontlUt, today Is faelni; winter of famine, peotllttice und ruin. Tjplius decreased imuli durliiK CIRCUIT COUItT the summer months where Inst winter Judge B. J. Bothurum, Judge Cam Mullins It had Its creates) stronghold, hut physicians who ri estimated the ltuallou S. D.Lewis CountyAtty. Soaorset. V V.v at the iV VU Clerk-- T. Cleilc S. K. Bowman. J. Nicoley, Prut Societies line gUeii llivli SherilT Mt. Vernon. Tip Langford opinion that this coming win Master Commissioner S. Jailor Wade Live-a- y. ter will see n recurrence on uu unCriffln, Mt. Vernon. precedented scale. Tax CommNsu mr O..T.t3ignio-SurvujoThe lted Cross feels It must lonllnuc preventive mean-ure- s Jury'Fund F.E. Miller, Trustee V. W. Durham. abroad to keep this and other Mt. Vernon. Coroner - Jack A. Jones deadly uuitudles ft mil the United 12 days 1st Monday in Ian. Stutes. COUNTY HOARD OF 4th Monday in Apr. 24 days. Millions for Work at Home. EDUCATION. When the disease was sweeping ('en 12 days. 3rd Monday in Aug. Mrs. Alice D.ins. Sept. tral Ilurope last winter the American MT. VERNON with the aid of the govern lted Cro-tsJ. 0 Scoggms, Suporvison. ntll Il'I l nations, undertook the W. H. Carnucal. Police Judge Div- - No. 1. Sam Filds, Hun ineutsof tight against It. Hospitals were estabClerk E. S. Albright. Div No. 2.- -- K. L. bhidmon lished wherever possible and food und Marshall P. D. Debord. clothing urn- - distributed to the un B rod head. demou'islied populations, who by reaChairman Board W. B. Sigmon. Div. No a Geo. Bullock, were son trf their undernourishment F. E. Miller, Members of Board ilnuslord. Where easy prey to the ep'demlcs. Johnny Clontz, Elmer Pcrciful, Div No. 4. L. T. Cliff. lhorgiinl7atlon contributed Inst year Pino Bill. tn the great Inronds innde by the disO. D Bryant. ease, liy virtue of Its knowledge of the Div. No. 5 T. It Mullins, disease ami the presence of well esWithers tablished hospital (enters, the AmeriDiv. No. C R T. Abne.v, can lted Cross this year will undertake Disputautn. the work with u new confidence. Inrludlng the total of $11,000000 in tinaro having some cool went her supplies left from $JI - Inst fiscal .venr lesx than the $.'ll.rOiiU0) Is u.s like hoovt r tin- - evpendltnies for lli!"0 to that makes Appropriations for doiuistlc nctlvl-tie- s around the fire. Mrs Hinghuu tolul $l(!TOi).(HK. Shepherd and daughters-- , of Brio The largest Item of this dlu Ridge, spent Suin'uy witl budget Is $7,S0.).OK for (Milan relief Miss Emma Hunscl, of Mt. Verwork. This includes scivlie .ind asMr. and Mrs. Rayme Shegherd non, spent Saturday night and for funillles of soldiers, sailWm. Snwder is with his sou, loin sistance uuiilnes, nml work incidental ors und Sunday with Mrs. James Arnold. Miss"-CluSawder, at Cincinnati to disaster Of the total approprla John W. Kirby who has been tlou for civilian lellef, $.'i,ikh),(KiO Is and Vina Kirbv stent Sui working in Harlau for two months held In reserve for the carrying out of day with Mrs Chailie lellef. aittinl spent last week with homefolks Kd Fiutelier and son, Joe. am1 Reduced Overhead Expense. Clara Caroiical .spent Sunday Hayes fell from a buildim Tlie lted Cioss Invariably Is Hie first with her mother, Mrs. A. Cum- Fred on which thpy were working uin thought of n coiuniuully visited by tn mins, at Mt. Vernon. Married, Inmlty. With this In mind, it was de November 4, Mr. Charlie Herd, received vt ry p tinf ul 11 jutu-- but termlued by the i:ecutlve Ooininlttee Mi-now !eriuus In pi opining the budget of tnill'JO to Clara Harmoi of Harlan, and Miss.Lillie Clontz, luive a fund from vvhlcl sjieut soverul days with her sistei to draw lied ren-rvIn these Instances. .of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Mrs. George Perciful a Mt Vei-noo soldiers, sailors Tor iisslstmire Shiplett, of Buffdlo, spent Friday nnd murines In hospitals and In enmps Rev. Noe preached at with her sister, Mrs. Wed Hayes. Saturday and Sund.iy. 'We Ibis jenr Sl.'.tOO.OOO has been set nslde. Pour million two hundred thousand "Charley Betburutn is having a are very much pleased over the dollars has been appropriated for ImniwO dwelling built at this place. provement of health and prevention election. Mrs. Win. Arnold and children of disease, throughout the United Suites during the current twelve spent Saturday and Sunday with LOST: on or The lted Cross Is ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black aud Tanabout Oct 10th om months. with the United States Health fully bitch with wiit. Price t Matetburg. Miss Essie points. Wearing a chain collm. Service In this work and through Its Junior lted Cross Is doing much to Owens aud Master Lewis spent ivnm in. fii;Li i MPiTti k: r children the principles Saturday uight and Sunday with oc conar, uberal reward for re spicud iinioug An appropriation of of sanitation. Mrs. Fred Hayes.- - We have bad 'turn to Emmet Parkerson, Iliatt lias been innile for developing the pen re time program of the lted 4t a very beautiful fall and now w Kentucky. Cross by service to Its chnplers In ull regions. The appropriation of $ IS.VOO.OOO Is cxrluslve of the local expenditures of the 3,000 or more chapters. Administration expenses this year will be $1,800,000. Last year tiiey were $,300,000. I t DIRECTORY conn' (. Until the tears got in the way; For ten times thrice She wutched your coming at the door I in t n t ti n t mnoiiK the Items of the budget for tin- - present enr Is (lie lip every day. Imagine how her heart gets sore There's no need doing that. When you are gone forevermore liropiliillon of j:ilp,oo.(KK) fur relief In ferelmi luiiiN, w llieluiles $11,000. Von can tako I'epto Maugan aud To schools of vice. MM) In (iiin liaxeil supplies on luiml mill With build up rich, red blood nut iIMi United. ted blood you arc able tn win in You left your home in early years, Must Protect United States. I lie tii;ht against prevailing dis- In with your clothes she packed her Tills will emilile the Anierlniti Itril fears; cuses. Try Pepto-ManaIt Cross to loiitltiue Its liumiililtuiliili ef comes in tablet or liquid form. You'd think to see her sprinkling foil tn n Id stilckeii peoples to IMi themselves, tn llylit the iIImnim epl Tako either kind. tears The tablet has ilemlcs vvlihh llireiitvn ninny eouutrles the same medicinal value ns the Twos ironing day. nml ro effnie lnrp'ly the remaining But bo sure you get the For every kiss she gave you ten I liiu-eof the IiIIrIiI left liy the World liquid. Ask for How many, many times since then. nr. It Is tejnlnled ns soeliil ns well (enuine I'epto-Mangnhk pli)slrnl Miiiltiitlon on u lurKe "Gude's" and be sure that the She's wished and wished you back that will lime n dlieet hrarliii; on fu- mime, ' Gude.s is. again ture I'di'dltlona lr AiihtIih. ' Back at your play. on the Ceiitml Kurufe, the ililef Htifferer U, lilt-l- i n. s n. repto-Mnngati" r e When yon first feel a tired reeling, and look pule, your A program of relief nml service to blood is losing in quality. Weak, ivnrd ulilcli impropriations of impoverished blood has no powir lime Ihm'ii made lias lieen fur the Amoiliuii lied C'loin for to light disease. It takes red lie jeur, July 1, llf.'O, to July I, Mood to keep you well. 'l, mi online In oil It'll. iiniiiiuncc If ymi keep your blood in good neul lij iialliimil lie:utipi:irteis of Unit Kiiiilrtitlnii The lis condition it will fiiht ("of disease lit Washington. Hies for lirjom tire $'JI,0U0.MXI below You will not be such an easy prey hoM111 which Jtf.l.lOO.OlHI of l!ll-to loi'B nml expensive sicknesses wiis ypent With thin blood you tako chances I out-iliicP'-I "And now I lay me down to sleep, pray the Lord my soul to keep Why should you hold that soul so cheap, When you are grown ? I You toddled off to school one day; Til have u rest;" she tried to say, Cookies Hcup shortening suitor Vt cup mllK i etrgs U teaspoon prated nutm'tr 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or grated rind of 1 lemon 4 cups flour 3 teaspoons Itoyal Uaklnu Powde-"Cream shortening iSV bu car together; add mAk to beaten crrs and beat again; add slowly to creamed shortening and rugar: add nutmeg and flavoring; add 2 cups flour Fitted with baking powder; add enough mora flour to make SUIT dough. Holt out very thin on floured board; cut with cutter, sprinkle cookie with sugar, or put a ratlin or a piece of English walnut In the center of each, liake about 12 inln-utIn hot oven. Cocoa Drop Cakes ( tablespoons shortening 1 cup sugar cglt U cup milk IK cups flour 3 teaspoons Tloyal Duklng Powder Hcup cocoa Yt teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla Cream shortening: add sugar and egg; beat well and add milk slowly; sift flour, baking powder, salt and cocoa Into mixture; stir until smooth, add vanilla. Put one tablespoon of batter Into each greased mutrin tin und bake In moderato oven about a) minutes. Cover with boiled Icing. ss well-beat- ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Made from Cream of Ttar, derived from grapes. COOK BOOK FREE new Royal Cook Book containing 400 delightful will be sent to you free if yon will send yonr name and iddrojj. The noY.iaKivoprwzJ!nc. 1 , IS 1 al too Btreol, K ew York Cltx. Advcrtis.ment. If you would watch your steps to- day . JOHNETTA. , Subscribe for Signal OiNM-o- HOPEWELL Rev Wright preached at. John-e- l ta sohool house Sunday. There wasagtod crowd out to hear lii tn . Clay Dooley ard I A. Chasteuii went to Mt. Vernon hist Saturday on business. Clay went for the soul purpose of pur chasi g a pair of gloves but for got them until he was nearly back homo. W. I) Cluisteeu and his tuothor are visiting frieuds and relatives at Dreyfus, Ky -Sherm- Richmond is drilling a new well. Squire Dav d Abticy ia progressing very nicely with thaneC- road leading from Jacl Abney's to Laugford. Ho Ins made a very goad grade on the David is a Riley Jordan hill good ntad mm. lie made a roid over the Lomond hill t year. Hurrah for D.ivid he will make a good county Judge some dav. - As she did in your childish play, You'd never go in paths astray Where vices lead I Could you but feel the joy tirat came To her, when first you lisped her name You'd never cover it witli shame By one misdeed. Had her breast been one half as cold As yours to her, now she is old, Your tule of life were easy told, And out of mind. You nre not worth, e'en ot your best One-hayour cost of sad unrest; Yet in the temple of her breast You are enshrined. lf la-- No love like hers when all is said; She'd sell her shoes to buy you bread, Aud choke her hunger while you fed-W- WINTER EGGS "The tirst winter I used Dr. Leti car's Poultry Prescription-i- t, I made mo a lot of money. have 6i hens and sold in January $44o worth of eggs, besides what we used ourselves." C D. McCormick, iriuio, Idaho. Poultry Raisers who get an abundance of eggs, use Dr. Le- Prescription, Poultry Gear's which tones up the system and orstimulats the gans without injury If you want eggs this winter when eggs means money, get Dr. LeGear's Poultry Ptescription from your dealer righc to day. Dr. LGear is America's foremost Expert Poultry Breeder and Veterinari an, eor any ailment whatsoever among your poultry or stock get his remedies from your deal er. They must satisfy you, or your dealer will refund your money. I Even to the Tiniest Leak can't afford to let YOU that golden creamany escape in the milk. If you know where the leak is you are going to stop it. We can show you how thePrimrosestopsthetinieatleak. rhe Primrose Cream Sepa -- ould dls-isle- r s s n. thi-plac- e Tiiuiiltse,iviiig Day is cominu and any other ? we will li vein my tliiugs to bo Forgive you ninety times and nine. thankful for tins lime. We are And for your sake your life resign; thunkftil thai tho test has shown If there's one thing on earth divine; that the people .if our country say Tis your good mother. y that government of the peop! the people, nnd for the pope Though much the human breast shilt not etit.li from ihe earih, may bear; aud the Constitution uf tl e U S , Some mothers get more than their .shall not b: iuv.iliduteo liut wi h share friemhhid toward all nnd Of broken heart and whitened hair; alliance with tun, we Can you deny it? will move on as G d gives us The greatest debt that you can owe light to seu the right Is to that mother you may go And pay it with a kiss or so; THIS MKANS" YOU. Suppose you try it. When vou get up with at ad W. FRANK CADY taste in your mouth, a dull tired tteliug, no relish for food and are constipated, you may know that you neid a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only cause an at the A baby boy arrived agreeable movement ot the bowel i home of Mr. and Mrs. Fin Adan but cltanse and invigorate the Novombor 2. Mr. and Mrs. S. stomach and improve the diges F. Bowman were down from Mt. tion. Vornon Saturday with his brother H. C. Bowman. Mr and Mrs. For Salk: One sewing machine, three beds, wood Would also cell my residence on Richmond Street. H. C. 2t. Gentry. tti-j- m toner tr HUNTS 8slve hilt In the treatment or ITCH, ECZEMA, RINQWORM, TKTTBR or other Itchlnff akin dlteatei. Try a 75 cent boa at our riik. mi m u m i bv' Pioneer Drug Store ous 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 Primrose help you. The size of your herd in no way af-- ( fects the ratio of profit. Tho Primrose saves on the gallon J you can figure your profits. ' (Dealer's Name and Address) 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 subof the other high spots stantial supply can, heavy ting bow), highware, est grade material, simple driving mechanism, all parts oiled by splash from supply in gear4 case, sanitary frame. There are several exclusive" features whose values are obviclose-skimmin- rator skims clean WITHERS NEWS Mr. Donche Carpenter and daughter, MUs L'zzie, ol Dango, were guests of bis sister, Mrs Louisa Allen Sunday Masters Wiltnor and Ted Mullins were guests of their grandparents, Mr HI AT T Shafer&Roberfs BRODHEAD, KY. our Livingston friend nad it that Cox would be elected tho 2nd day of Nov., but as it happened when that day caino, Mr. Harding was elected by a large majority. Guess work is as good as any .so.cerimes, but this is one timo it f.tiled Estill Mullins was tha guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mullins Saturday night -- 5 g aaDnRDBDDoaoiiaaDnnDODDBDDra a a a a an BaaaqoaEDaaDDiaananaaaacDDn James Sullivan, of Lexington, guest of Henry Parker-so-n were and family last week Mrs. DO ' Ezra Sargent and children, of Wuhor L. Uullocit, of Cincinna Washington, Ohio is with relati, is with relatives heio for a tives here Sopbu Lear spent few days. Joe Dyer, who has the week end in Brodhead with For years we have used in our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its been hi Lock laud, has moved bis friends Mr. and Mrs. M. W. place." writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville, Tenn. Mr. Sta- u Boyd have just received the family back to this community who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends .cement of the aruvalofa Mr and Mrs. Hugh Robbins and as a medicine that should be kept in every housefor workers to come nnd nsk you baby girl at tho home ot Mr. and liltln datiiihlet, visited Mrs hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prefor a renewal of jour membervent them from developing into serious troubles. ship. Send In your dollar l the parents Sunday. Mrs. E. Mrs. Edd Boyd, of Corblu, christnearest local chupter of ihe .Bullock, who has been tutnbored ened Dorthoa. Thomas Laicas American lted Cross. Welcome j with tho sick for soverul days, is was down from Mt. Veinon one nnd privilege of tho opportunity Harvo Bow. Mr. Wil ett, ovening last week Ihlowly improving repledglug your fellowship by promptly utisuerluK the of the Cedarvilie seeti in. was the man was in Stanford Monday. guest of Dewey Gruves Saturday G rover and Loss Coffey left last BLACK-DRAUGH- T Roll Call Fourth November It 25, 1920 and Sunday. Mrs. W. A. Mc week for VilltttGrove, III., where Kinney is numbered with the thoy will spend several woeks It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy D Dodboto; "Somebody raised sick at this writing Mr. Hid with rolutives Mrs. Ray Mahurg declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for 3 tho amount on the last cluck 1 j Mrs lrviu Uullock wero in Mt is with her mother, Mis Grlflitb, cold and headache. 1 don't know what we would do in our family If it wasn't for Vernon Saturday. Mr. and Mrst in Berea. Ed Adan was In Mt. It has saved us many ci sent out." CI I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars OlTeustuck: "Congratulations James Cromor visited Mrs. Crom Vernon one day last week on out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep Q old man I couldn't raise a nick ors parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boone business Mr and Mrs. R. L. in the house. I recommend highly and am D el on tho ono you gavo mo. Burrons Mrs. W. M. Bullock Smith wero in Berea Sunday to never without IL" At alt druggists. AGENT WAIv TliD IN Mt. Ver- - and faluUir woro ,ho B,iest of hor see their daughter, Mrs. A. M. roort miuoca aaiunroy Hiatt, who is in Robinson Hopit-1- . non to sell tho ..Original Watkt s s?"' D Remedies, Spices, Extracts, etc.,, u,fc"1 u"u JU,m'JfEl Necessities and repeaters All i.8t pt-ixt- at a or spare timo. write watuins OiVJlNrVJ I Co. 58 Memphl3, Tenn. HAN S FOR NEWS D I te Colds 6c Headache Black-Draug- ht 1 Black-raug- nt D on't Wait au-no- and Mrs. Jones Durham, of Dan- go Sunday. Mrs. J. G. Allen has bten very sick tor tho past week, but is better at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker were guest of Mrs. Baker's mother, Mattie Mullins Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs .Estill Mullins and babv Julian, are visiting rel atives in Boll County this week. There were services at Red Hill Saturday night and Sunday conducted by Rev Parker. Well - Rob-bin- nuiVArnin h3 &" THEDFORD'S !?) BUT DONT NEGtlCT IT a I , I n ... Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht iM TaMeti or Uq.nM A cold Is an acute catarrh which can easily become chronic, A great many diseases may be traced to a catarrhal condition of the mucous membranes lining tho organs or pans. PE-RU-N- A EMERCENCr REMEDY AN IDEAL a Accept No Imitations Just a few doses taken In time have, saved thousands from serious sickness. For fifty years Peru na has been the popular family medicine for coughs, colds, catarrh, stomach and bowel disorders and all diseases of catarrhal origin. SmLJ ., - KEEP IT IN THE HOUSE r. 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