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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- r' ,V 1 Located oh BOONE and DIXIE ' Highways Home of Booneway Jlittii mtt No. 4 n Friday Afternoon, November J 9, J 920 Centrally Located between Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville FOR A GREATERfROCKCASTLE" Price $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Established 1887 OOO 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, KentucllEyj A ife rtfe w- - ? 'jf Mrs .I.Ct hrith has returned proving grand success Missus from Stanford ami Danville CLUB LETTERS, READ THEM Sue Hicks, Mini Strang, Pearl Says Tunlac Proved To Ho The ioniums of Mrs. Homer Mary Iva Newland wore in Mt. Vernon? Ky. rln arrived liure from Crawou-dThe Very Tiling lie Needed Mt Vernon Saturday shopping, Octobor 2B, iq2o. ville Iml , Sat unity and taken to'Mrs Fri'd Sowdor has rotumed And lias Uelieved ilini Of Dear Mr. Spence: n Mis. V.!fiom a visit to lior narents Mr. I'rovi ienro for burial All ills troubles. I am writing you a few words F. Carter lias returned from a and Mrs J. H.Ward at Crest nbout my trip to tho State Fair. fow days visit with her aunt, wood Charlie Hurt is suffering ' I havo actually gained sevenMust say that I enjoyed myself. Mrs. Kli.a Jam; Mink at Louis-vill- from a fractured arm received teen pounds in weight on three 1r. Nathan limmmitt whileo'possum hunting.- - Whoop bottles of Tanlac," was the state fine and had one more timo of ray life. and daughter, MM Benin have ini cough hits caused quito a do ment made by James 11. John-soI wish every club boyj and girl hcvn coiirjucd to their room for in tcuooi 'or me p.isi 'uw of 1725 Crop St., Louisville, could attend the StatojFair 1 several days with tonsilitU Mr weeks Miss hlnora Frith enter- saw and heard things jwhich I mid Mrs. George Pay re, of In- Itained Monday evening in her "For sotno mouths I had been never expected to see, or hear.dianapolis, Ind , Mr. mid Mrs beautiful home across the river, condition. in a badly mid son, Master in honor of tho eighteenth birth My appetite was very poor and There were thirty eight club boys Joe in a judging contest, judging corn Hill and Miss Jo Duis motored day of her cousin, Miss Sue even tho littlo I did manage to Hiclts Mrs. Win Potts and oat tormented and bloated mo up nnd pigs. 1 wan second prize a down from Mt. Vernon Sunday and were elicits of Mr. and Mrs. children, Master Joseph und Mi-- s with gas until I was in perfect silver trophy cup of wtych I am : very proud. wn.- Emma me visiting lier sister in Walter Robins Josh Wil.-omisery. My nerves were so up. I hope sometime in trie futuro in Ike Licit firtt of the week Cincinnati. Gus Carson is in set I could never get a good I willjhnvn the pleasure of attend.1. Wuyr.esburg assisting in bank at night's making it bard fur raohits sleep. I felt tirod and H Dnan purchased a house and that place for a few days. A M worn out all tho time, just had to ing tho State Fair ogain I want to thank youj all and lot on Silver street from vm. Hiatt was In Danvillo Monday. force mysolt to work and was especially Mr. Buckler for my Murphy and will move to same John Cress was up from Danville going down hill every day. trip. in nenrfuture. Mi Murphy will first of tho week. Mrs. L. N I romembered that about two (Signed) Everett Reynolds, Rowling has leturued from a vis. years ago when move to the rooms ov r Hrodhcad I was in a run- Junior Club boy, Lino Dr. w. i. curler was in , it with rolitives in Laurel and . down condition and my kidneys JLLJilttaoJC.iv T V VWaiVaWuiMljyiPJgitu I nmWlu tt'iMncsclay. " ' t.iMc TOeUTnH October 29, 1920. Doru.hy Ti Vernon Hiatt ".is with since- - Mr and Mrs. Grant Ba I had taken Tanlac wiUi wonder Iter and little daughter, June, ful results, so I decided to try Mr. Robt. F. Spenco her grand parents, Mr and Mrs R. L. Smith, at Iliait, this week aro with his parents, Mr. and it again. I commenced improv-righ- t Dear Sir: Mr. and Mrs. U H. Cass have Mrs J. L. Baker at Bengo. away and in a short while you for I have meant taken rouui'i with Mr. and Mrs. my appetite was so good my wife sometime concerning my week O. A. Frith Announcements A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE said she could hardly cook enuf camp at London. I sure had a of the wedding have not been for mo to eat. I c n eat meat fine time and I wish every club FOR CHILDREN. made but we presume e'erone just anything I want without member, boy and girl in,vRockcas-ti- e Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon.Ga. around have hoard of a quiet phoned to County could have been with J. M. Floyd, the mer- having a particle of trouble afterwedding which took place a few chant thoro, for a bottloof Cham- ward. My nerves aro in tine us. I think they missed the best' weeks ago. Miss Winnie Keller berlain's Cough Remedy and shape. I sleep well and that tired, part of their club lito by no.t behas been in Louisville shopping said she had bought a bottlo of it worn out feeling is all gone." ing there. Wo learned something Miss Allie Mao Cummins has at his store recently an that it Taulac is sold in Mt Vornon now ovory day. 1 thiok tlieiU been home at Crab Orchard to wus doing her children so much by Clias. C. Davis; in Brodhead camp meetings pre so'? nice for bv the Brodhead Pharmacy, and sea hor mother, who is very ill good that she wanted to keep up in Livingston by R. G. Webb; club boys and girls taget acDvid Gravely and Kenneth quainted wjth eachpthAdjhe the treatment. You will find in Burr by W. M. Owens. are out of school on account notjyjjg better for coughgand. "-iopturp.swarfi juajjkwfrwjw i is!is v1 ." soiue'tfmo I 'will have tm 'pleas' of -- wlioopingJji)nghriT'Mlss'ps colds ill cTiTldren or for yourself. 1000-5- 00 Winnie' Keller, Nell Carter and It keeps the cough loose, expec ure of attending another camp Willie 'j;Uy were entertained toration easy and soon frees the meeting just as good or" better Friday nig fit by Mis J. K. . than this onX system from tho cold. A CLUB CHARTER FUR I want Mrs .Jacob Elder lias refor ray EVERY SCHOOL. turned from a visit with her hunting, Posthd: Against U'PTho State College of AgriculT..: daughter, at Covington. Miss trapping or trespassing iu any ture is ready to give a charter to (signed) EvoWt, Reynolds? Nina Albright, who is teaching in way. every school district that has a Florida, is expected homo in a Voliecy Fish A LIMESTONE PULVERISERS club of six or more members. B. Y. P. U. is 2t. few dins. Tho V. R. Barnett FOR SCAFFOLD OANE Wo want a Junior Agriculture COMMUNITY-ROCKFOR- D. Club charter to hang in every school house in Rockcastlu and The farmors of Scaffold Cane Southern Madisou Tho charter Community met at school house will bo secured by County Agent, last Saturday night and discussed soon after the clubs are organ some real live questions concernized and reported to him. Every ing tho Community, the chief of are now entering upon the season, teacher is asked to assist iu tho which was the buying of a Lime work and seo to it that a club is stone Pulverizer. This is a great which necersarily holds these ailments organized iu his or her district step for this Community to take. all know in store for us. an Write County Agent, Speuce, Wo hops it won't bo long until Bore a, for application cards and tho hum ot a pulverizer cau be ounce of prevention is a pound of enrollment blanks. All this work heard and wagons seen hauling cure. Let us reccommend our must bo done in November and ground limestone and spreading December. it ou the fields. Palatable Extract of Cod Livr Oil with ilypophospliites "21,000 for 21". Mr. Joe Bullin and V. C. Viars for best results are going to grow 6 acres each The call comes to our young Seo us for further information people of Kentucky. Are wo of sweet clover this year. With Price $1.00 for One Pint doing our part in getting them 12 acres surcessfully grown Guaranteed to give results. ready to answer to tho call?2 1,000 1000 acres will be seen on the Junior Club in em burs in 1921, ridge in a few years. This will will cause an extension school 10 mean bettor and bigger gra'n SHERIDAN BOWMAN. Proprietor. be established iu ovory home and crops, riclier soil, more una lat on every farm whore thoro aro ter live stock and more bees. club members. This will mean thousands of dollars for the boys and girls und better still, and op. portuutty for au education. Saturday and Sunday was regWHY NOT ular meeting day at Muccdonia If you are going anywhere, the natural thing BOYS AND GIULS Why not with BrotherShord Overboy pabelong to a club that's backed by storMr. J. C Gulnn and J. T to do is to travel in the direction of the place n U S. Department of Agriculture Stephens visited relatives ut speed you make you desire to reach. Sunday. MUsMrtlo and tho Stuto College of Agricul who has been at Dayton, culture? Why not enroll and merely regulates the time of your arrival Ohio., for some timo has returned get credit for your work since if you are headed right. you do it any way ? Why not home. C. L. Martin, of Mt. parsed thru hero Sunday. study your work aud be rnoro efIt is not the amount of mOnoy you save, but the fact ficient and become hotter educa- Mr. A. T. Abnoy, Mr, and Mrs. fact that you havo begun to save, that invests the act wijh a ted at homo and on the farm ? R. T. Abney and Mr. and Mrs. certain moral Influence which, properly encouraged, becomes Think these things over and join J. A. Gumn visited Mr. and Mrs stronger and stronger all tho timo. That's why we urge you a club in your school district. Seo W. H Stephens Sunday. Hugh ta open au uccouut with us and get started ou the right road, your ttachor or write County Linville has movod from the H. E Northern place to J. C. Bullens wtiere the going is easy. Star' an account today and watoh Agent. e it grow. place. Mr. and Mrs. Ray PARENTS AND TEACHERS spent Saturday night and Why not have an active club in Sunday with tho family of V. 0. your district, which furnishes Brock. Joe GatlifP of Disputants entertainment as woll us some visited bis brother, Wilburn, thing to talk about and later lo Sunday. J. W. McCollum made think and wonder about? Our a business trip to Borea Tuesday. T. J. Niceley, President. young people are ready to follow Farmors in this vicinity are a leador. Why not start some- busy stripping tobacco and gathV. L. .Richards, Cashier. thing that has never been started; ering corn. Tho Grst deep snow or make something biggjr aud fell Tuesday morning. It seems TO-DA- Brodhead News 000KKKK00(KHKK00 11 Her-'iUs ui HK)'(KHHKH)KHKHK) $ O L omsville Man Cains 17 Pounds bettor than it has bSeu in the past? $ Our Communities arojjust what we make them Thenf A Junior Agricultural ClubW.6Y NOT Y I - Attention! Mr. Car owner u . u, cif-us- - run-dow- n .MrKi-iiK'- n - Protect YOUR Battery , I 1 ..." ffl'.-'-fiflTfi- 'i . 7 J4.".rJH- - 'Winter charged and Cells are not leaking well equipped for recharging X!jm.Ktm'jMM&i!- - "iw e See that your battery is full We-ar- e and rebuilding batteries p" Wil-so- u -- -- Jkin;Stanford let us Test Your Battery FREE Wal-Io- torjjyqall "EXIDE" Battery Sold - &a The Bailey Garage Stanford, Ky. that winter has begun in earnest. The school at Walnut Grove is progressing nicely. We think wedding bells will ring again soon near Scaffold Cane. Hurrah for the Signal und its many Colds Cafarrrv Coughs We We that worth $ Dollars $$$ You won't miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. $ Pioneer Drug Store DISPUTANTA. . Rev. Sheridan Ovorbey Ifilled his reguhr nppoiutment at the Mascadoma Baptist church Satut-da- y and Sunday. Mrs. T. D. Miller is very ill at this writing. Miss Polly Ann Gadd, who has been at Battle .Creek, Mich., for quite a while is visiting Earl Linville and family, of Scaffold Cane, wore guefts of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Swlnford Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Hammond ia visiting friends and relatives at Hart's Ky. Mrs Nora Payne who spent the summer with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Hammond, has gone back to Borea. R. T. Abney, of Dlapu tanta, has been summoned to serve on the jury at Loudon, Ky. With tho help of our teacher, Miss Kffie Chastoen, we are organizing a Junior Agricultural Club at Tho Royal Oak School Houso. Wo are sure that this is a step to tho betterment of tho community and we kindly solicit the help of not only the citizens of our community, but also of the club workers of our county. Lef3all help brbg Rockcastle to the front as an agricultural county. home-folks. The Right Direction The ROCKFORD TO-DA- Y? A habit is about all you get Wal-hsto- m, Vor-no- n, 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 last- - . ing benefits. -- - Lin-vill- The Peoples Bank l.NCOKl'ORATKU Capital and Surplus THE $30,000.00 U.G. Baker, President Floyd Miller, Caihler BANK of MT. VERNON $ S . READ AND ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL it .r. - n urn i n i mir'nmium nmiftiigtt'CYiiWrf "(iTih mount Vernon Signal MOUNT V Kl WO muumtmtaaMUmiimtaaimmtMr i'i ' miVi'' iiiiimtjfi i WW iV.KV.. FIJI DA V, NOVKMMM! 19. 1920 Ky. mi uinl-rifi- ntcrnl at the Mt Vernon, l'or'oc t'uhllshed ovorv Friday by until rnnllir. UH Mlf.l.KR Wc pre mitliorbeit to iitinoti'iu', subject to tlie MCtion of the Kijiuhhi 1111 Tarty at next August Primary, T J, HAM. Tor Circuit Cmut ClirJ.. an.ounci:.mi:nt Tn 'In1 furiiii'i.s ul Cnmiiv mid ciiv'inll the lxi.y.s and girls We Imvn been publishing each dy Mr. Robert wt'i V. Spoilour Cniiiity Agmt, doinil (d M'f.n iniuiiin in Kiud tn thu ore nx.i imi'if lunior Agiicullur cKciistl- -. r! Cltil.s in - rk&J I-W- MS "Tt - Vi i " I'" 1 91 1 1 After t nil , iti this proposition thnrniifthly, let Usuro tlntevery liov und (lirl between the nces 'ii eified, tuke the iicccihit nno nf stops to become enrolled till St? ( lulis. 111 I Soft, rich and warm as the feathers of the bird sacred to this month Our stock is all feathered out with the best showing of sweaters that we've seen since Slip-ove- rs pre-w- ar times. It is in opportunity which tliey (Mtiniil pass liy without leosinjr inluuhlo illforllliltion, useful tn them in fu tu tic yours; funiislitd by tlio Fid urn I (lovernnmit at absolutely no cost to them Dim t he.siinte, go to your Hub Organ i.nr lit oiiciMind JOIN. If ymi Inivent a Club stirteil us y t, wiitotoMr. Robert Sj ence Coiin i y Agont, Heren, l'y. for f all inforina'ion, mill organie n Club of your own ia V W - -m IJr iH 1 SALE MEN'S SUITS UP TO if ul or slip-on- s. You Need Strength: 1 Sr W -- $60.oo TO-DA- Y z r 1 All kinds of colors, collars & models All sizes for the grownups and the I to ore rcome tbo courM, col Ja tnJ otrjr .... W( t. luva ...kdl.lla.iiirlvlnliif I?Ait1fM Am IIUII Mat healthy circulation, throw out tae Baifa. tntirt tin tti( nrffl And bk .m "ju t'on of catarrh Tncn winter k5i kids. iv4 ftfljSvfSS lKil" I r' Vi WUI DftTO rort uu tea ised by NDS I ft JL H HI HI - i'-NfflnnTr'-S XPcl to g -- ail mtl if away all citarr- - $33.75 . ruin ill i m PiMrJ$&' wJl Clothes a5ST,wtI-SS- . Mens and Boys nSn rTTfc ljT wnwmmm&&mxC& Inn iii mnr.i f l 1 sl SPECIAL MlfiUjFWJrJBJ l&&Z.lEQMme th0 i I' "THE STORK THAT SKLLS FOU CASH -- ,,mXmmim' S?p5fe5SXh SfVir T LWSi&tfAThomanAttaMyiouinh, '. iWt3ta d "rn. ork. tt" ,.3 Ell IBjIlr J . ii ij'iT N ?S!,'775v J liftBtifcBB""ti" S0LD EVERlfWHEBE TABLETS OR LIQUID 31 "5 S'v E IfSPfllMm but we wish to clear our stock quickly. - A Safe Straight" From The Shoufder iiiti'i'd liosiciy. full line for uu . I'.liiniiiiit' vonion ii d child i on larniiijj Wo pay 75 cents an hour -- pi'e time or 36 00 h Wei k for full liino Experienco line 11 WAN ri'.D : Moil or woinon tn rtife oiil is .hiidiii' ItieiitN unci HMgh'jcits tor tin genuine uar SUTTON & Mc BEE iiBBHHBJHBjBjpjBjBBjajBjajl Wiiio. Iiiternatiotiiil p, v.! r.'iMKjf' ..w? 4 1 1'' Til k w&kmm. a VZcLr Stockirg Mill-.- , Norri-tow- Pa. oVA m$Wl Kwv1 ri2 UluK ? m jiHMBi ?i.Tr"" H YES Tint n ED BT I IT? DYED OR CLEANED dress can be made to appear like a Send Via Parcel Post. CAN Bfe last jear's suitor ir? - MmillHui New One. Kv LOST. Purse containing ladles hunting cae gold watch and other ntiicles. Reward for rtruru lo J W.Biown Mi. Vernon, Ky. On last Tuesdav afternoon, at the home of Mi. and Mrs. August Krueger, their infant son, John William Kruecer, was baptized by the Rev. Schumann, of the "WfeDo 1 Kj3Ir?l STATIONEK, BONO m 71 (QHVlHSKi mmf & cross SWBSS CLEANERS & DYERS (lumriK)iate.ll I ouJavillA 900 6tll Street r v"--w- PRINTING on reuseitwheiV PRINTING GOOD JOBS ?4 &M$ILL ffl . Qg HATEST : llBHTOERheWDRLD ..y ettr jl I . 1 Notice to Correspondents (let your letter in overy on 'I uestlay, if week jioible and not Inter than Ve(lnctlay. HIS FIELD IS UNLIMITED. mauzmiLl DON0 STs vwwiHapsi The "Orfuti'st Stollier" rum opt which whs tniiallrctl In the fiiiiiniis nri uitxi by the American HihI Cros In Its wnr fiuiil uiinimlKii kill hail Its ajmbollsm utlnpted lu the Iteil Ci.s wmU ,f tli(. ,um uar em Wil will llluluute the main poster to he iim'iI hi the I'ouilh Itoll Call Nuem Thin udun'ntloii will hear the title "Still the (iie.itcst Mnthei In ('ftiWrld." Kerji- - t funilllar wltn the orlclnal "The Uieatest Mather World." the efTeithelicss of u'hkh lius Iiitii slicmn In nnri liv iln run ttmt It has furnished u Hjnon.rm for Ited Cross that ha.i conic to alinuit a kouscliold term. More than mi other sjmliol. except thu eil ems Itselt, tlu public has made It the trademark of the Amerhan Ited Cross. Mr-il-'J- C. C. ATTOIINIJY-AT-LA- Wilhania "w i Q & 4 OFKICK. Onard.Qoorofl The same Ttxmrir , "UU f. Hntilf r uw 'Kit. the parlor Church St. Special atten Utrheu tion eivon collections. 'l'.NoJH8o s MT.VKUNON.KY I Marriage License II LO. Ottenhuim Lutheran Church. Thise friends and relatives who were invited to be present at the baptismal service were: Mr. and Mrs John Brown. Mr I. W. Kider, Mr. William Laudgraf, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Miss Grace Taylor, Miss Clara Traub, Mr. and Mrs Fritz Krueger, Sr Mr Fred Krueger and Mrs Oscar Btyant. -- Give Us Yburs Cupid that offlclatea la doer busiaets la tht 4t A PHILIPPINE TRAVELOGUE THE ROMANTIC ISLANDS OF THE FAR EST. PICTURES OF THEIR NATURAL BEAUTY AND HISTORIC SPOTS BECOMING A MECCA FOR TOURISTS AND A fUeUUAH WIHItH RESORT. N ili f K.vi: 4' LN Ml. VerAfiKNV WAN ri--James Smith and Mealy Brocl; non to sell alio Original Wiitkms near Hrodhead, Nov. ii. ReiiKdies, Spices, Hxuaci.s. etc , Robert Ambrose and Celestia Necessities and lepealcis All or sime tune. Write Watltins Croucher, Scaffold Cane, Nov.i6. W L. Seal and Georgia Lin Co. 58 Meinplii.i, Tttin. illu SctilT'i'd Cane, Nov. 16 WOULD NOT HURT ANYBODY'S Nat hail Roberts and Anna FEELINGS. Clint, Langford s.ection, Nov. I7. j -- lib WlYggl We Cam Help You The right kind of printed forms will help your businew prosper by saving your time and keeping your record in proper shape. Our service as printers is not limited to taking your order and putting some ink on paper according to your directions. We are able to make suggestions for business printing that may save considerable money for you. Our plant is completely equipped and we carrv a stock of Tht Utility Bu,int$, Pap to "" yu "e quickest service possible. -- VOWKLS-COSTKL- Make Money tmtn jtyrr"'?M,Aja.. ,,ra. t, LIIIIIHkKLHBHUfliHBHnTt ' j"Mci JLPlBMP- - u Jif Jk1 x hif jour doll?" 'Tuhrtyj hlcli do you love beit--pi:s3- y or but dou't lei dolly hear." 16799 DIED ucainst this trouble by taking :su mm Katherino Vowels and Mr. William Costello were married Wednesday inornint; at 6:130 o cloclt in the Cat hoi c church bv Miss Julia Father Augustine lleil was maid of honor and Mr.1 Keiu aid Ralston was best man. Theio wore only the Immediate mem us cf both families and a lew fiiejids present Afier the ceremony a wedding hiaUfj-i- t wai; held at the homo of the lulilu-r- t parents, Mr and Mis. f fa f will , wnui? uu wm() uw' .wi., u fi I'owinti which the nuptial parly bring VOU ,. lift mi the morning train for p eVCTV SOrt OI Louisville and then e for Now tnrOUgh Miss f II m BOMB K , . f) "sm il ing in.ri!f 4 GOLD MEDAL :oun .mlfflifMA V6, EzaEBffiarjai C nr J p " . iLPicciai'vMru.. k9, -- jk ---- -- - Th"Zrgta - m ji jt?rsi'zrana u 'i i VwWi to - I B.igul, Summer Capital of the Philippines. -- The world's standard remedy forVldnojr, Uver, bladder and uric acid troubl.j. iioiunu a national remea since loyo. All druct'ists, three siies. Guaranteed, far Ik nam Com Medal oa but tk has lived hero over style 6c your conndence. . blnco. 'llio bridegroom cimo to Will hold M.ddlesboro from Ohio during And at priCCS hat VOU trade at this store. the early boom days of tho city. . anil ImH loon actively montiueu w'th MS Ill'llillC deVe'opillnt Pl'T Ti,,.'l,.lilo mid briduEiO --" Pinna- are locally popular.-TIl- O ami 111 I BILL HEAD PRINTING on WcVo letterhead; PRINTING on We Do ufcMMCMif4 tivnu LMMEHkft4 BKJWW ' Amr aadaccBlMUlUlia ,ClCilUVS. The Store That Sell For Cash :j A memKmma&aimmM SIGNAL lOUItVILIC A NutHVULC II n.CO. (j. V. Owens and suns lmVe on M T . V li II N 0 N display a very fine hand of Bur. Icy tobacco in Mali's window. , Ed m Proctor, who went to Lor Mt Vernon, Ky, Nov 19, tgjo den 'at week and had her tot sils removed, is getting along nicely. T T. Proctor moved to the' p operty lie recently purchased! from Mrs. Ellen Piice Wodncs Another Royal Suggestion YOUR RED CROSS DOUGHNUTS and CRULLERS From the New Royal Cook Book DOUG IIIsNUT SI nothing wholesome and delightful than doughrightly nuts or crullers made. more & IAS. ' yVr r- -f a X fML TIME TABLK. " norm 24 nortli !8 south 11 otith Phone No. 8. 6 14 p m 8:35 a m 12:17 P m 12:112 a m Landrum, Agent. Motuay. Prod L Durham and Cbas. C, Mrs. S. II I)..ily is very sick Davis, tho druggist, were in tliis week. Louisville Sunday and Mouday to K.T. Mulliiiswas in Uroillicnd Crullers hear Gypsy Smith. ' 4 tablespoons shortening last week. 1 cup sugar Mathew P. Finzell and F. L. 2 eggs C. H. Frith was up from Broil.' 3 cups flour Durham went into Louisville Mon1 teaspoon cinnamon head Monday. U teaspoon salt day a. m. and drove Mr. Durham's 3 teaspoons Iloyal C. D. Sutton was in Cincinnati Baking Powder car back same day. K cup milk last week buying goods Cream shortening; add Mrs. Dolan has returned from sugar gradually and beatMis. Casper Martin is visiting an en eggs; sift together extended visit with herduugli-tor- , flour, cinnamon, salt and home folks on Clenr Creek. baking powder; add Mrs. J W. Hilton and other and mix well: add F. M. Dees, the iek')ilione man relatives at Pino Hill. milk and remainder of dry Ingredients to make was in to see us Tuesday. Fort dough, noil out on Mrs. Alice. Divls returned floured board to about Inch thick and cut Into Oscar and Uife Owens are homo Tuesday after attending the strips about 4 Inches long and wide; roll In gripping tobacco iliis week. funeral of her brother at Red hands and twist each strip and bring ends toE b. Albright und family wore House, Madison County. gether. Fry In deep hot fat. Drain and roll In in Lexington Sutuiday and SunC. C. Bates, the Light man has powdered sugar. day. returned from Somerset and Mrs. V. J. Sparks and daughan addition to his family in Miss Ethel Hilton entertained ter, less, were in I.ouUvillu last the person of a fine girl. week. Mr and Mrs. 0. 0. Davis nnd a number of her friends in ber Pino home hu: Sanh .Mil ro t . Jjiia i te.. HJ LWrJUfcUUs. JJ...R-- tCejcjootared new night. atCverv Hill on Satur-da- a one reports at the home of her daughter, Mrs over to Houstonsville last week fine time. J. Fish. to visit friends and relatives Mrs Fannie Adams is now at Mrs. Leila M. Conpor spent thn Mrs. CIoo Brown. Risso Wilweek with friends on Roclscr.6tie liams and Ethel Azbill returned home after a very pleasant visit with her nieces, Mrs. Gilbert, of Kiver. Thev from Louisvillo Monday. Pineville and Mis. Griffith, of 1?. B. Brow n and son Jack, of were down to hear Gypsy Smith. Middlesboro. the Ottawa section, wore in town Steve Carpenter and family Geo. Bray, of the Wabd section, Saturday. motored over from Danville and attended International Fox Hunt T. C. O'Mura has been very spent a portion of tho week with sick this week, but is better at roiIltivo9 here and in tho county at Crab Orchard last week. He reports a good time, a big crowd tills time. Dr. Winnes, the State Veter- and lots of dogs. Henry Abmy and wife, of . inarian, who is suspected of the Mrs. Hiram Thacker, of the visited G. V. Owens and fum-il- y murder of Miss Lura Parsons, the Climax section, a daughter of Sunday. . Pino Mountain Settlement school G. V. Owens, has returned to Mr. and Mrs. George Payno teacher, in Harlan county, a few home after a weeks treatment are hero this wool: ficm Indian weeks ago, was held over to the her Dr. Pennington. by apolis, Intl. giand jury under $5,000 bond Judge L. W. Betburum and Miss Beafer, one-oour tiaeh this week. .. . , C. C. Williams are in Paris this ers at Langdon School has tyweek representing the Common, phoid fever. wealth in the trial of Oscar JohnMiss Lillian Griflin has been son who killed Walter Rice about quite ill for tho past few days two years ago. with fever. Mrs R. A. Welch and niece, Miss Louise McCoy is at home Mrs. Sullye Curley, of Louisville, ufter u visit with her Mrs Mrs. M. P Finzell and little son. St. Clair, at Hazard. Jack, and Miss Myrtle Bryant Miss.Turnur, of Langdon School spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. has been quite sick, but is much and Mrs. John Hilton and family. Dull Sandals and Sllppirs improved at this time. Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Yonng In wet places, the "Bait Band" Mr. and Mrs. A.Bentloy Sparks, Heavy Dull Sandal or the Heavy cbaporoned u party consisting of W. J. Spirks and Miss Harnett DullSlipperwill saveyourleather Misses Clyde Watson, Myrtle shoes, and protect your health. were in Richmond Saturday. Brynnt and Prof. McGuire to Their snug fit means more comSadie, the tittle daughter of Bob wear fort and their Lexington Saturday to witness means money saved. Ping, who has had pneumonia for the Centre .State foot ball game. Don't put oft buyinc rubbers. It tho past week is improving does not pay. It dots pay al- Mrs. Meshack Gentry, while ways 10 osk lor Dr. M. Pennington is in Louisvisiting in Ohio recently, ville this week attonding South a ticket to a show which urn Medical Ass'u meeting. gave her a chance on an Oakland Sidan. She has been notified Monday was stock salm day. tbut she drew the car There was lots of stock on the market and fairly good sates. Wantkd:- - Man with tram or Joe Vanliook has moved from auto, who can give bond, to sell tho Matt Cummins place to the 137 Watkius homo and farm Leo Pruitt farm near the tunnelproducts. Biggest concern of kind n world. $1500 to $5000 J. Eiumott Cooley, one of the yearly income. Territory in this best brick layers in the State, county open. Write today to J was here from Barboursvillo this The Store That Sells for Cash R. WATKINS CO , Dept. 144, week. tiiuuua, .vi inn. JJ-lnc- h one-ha- PERSONALS day. LflWisMillor is back on the road again afior a lay off of about a month on account of the Illness of bis wifo Bryant Bros.have rented property vacated by W. H. Brown and liavu moved their stack room to this building. Mis. Lewis Millers' sister who has been with her during her illness, returned to Cincinnati Th American R4 Croes, by It Cengrasslenal hartr, la officially designated! T furnish volunteer aid L th alck and wounded af armlaa In tlma ef war, In accordant with tho convention of nova. To aot In manor of voluntary rollof and a a medium of communication between tho American pooplo and their Army and Navy. I tnblcrpoona shortening ft cup sugar j cup milk I tcaipoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon aalt 3 cups Hour 4 teaspoons Ttoynt Icbb Doughnuts Daldnr I'omter Cream shortening; add sugar nnil ckb: atlr In milk; add mil, flour nnd baking powder which havo been sifted tnectHer and enough addltlonnl flour to make douirli stlft enough to roll, noil nut on floured board to about tlilcl.: cut out. Fry In deep fat hot enough to bronn n piece of bread In CO seconds. Drain on tin glazed paper nnd sprinkle with powdered sugar. n nut-met- ,', ROYAL BAKING OurShoesFlease POWDER Akmolutwly Purm Mads from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes- - To continue and carry on a eya-teef national and International relief In time of peace and to apply tho aame In mitigating the caueed by peatllence, famine, Are, floods and other great calanv I ties. To devlte and carry on meaoure of for preventing those causa suffering. cOURTH RKD CROSS ROLL CAM. m every Member ytne Famil- yTlSH'S kCLOTHES rweAn Special Mensano Boys Outfitter lliVEnNON THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR CASH November MEMBERSHIP Annual Contributing Llf Sustaining 1920. FEES! 1.00 8.CO ONLY A COLD. lf -- re-po- ns y Are you ill ?is often answered-"O- h Jit's only a cold." as if a Patron cold was a matter of little conse8end due to your nearest local quence, but people are beginning chapter. to learn that a common cold is a FREE matter not to be trifled with, tnat New Hojr.l Cook Book thtie and scores of FIRST AID TRAINING some of tbe most serious disrecipes. Write other drllcMfn! for It TODAY. eases start with a cold As soon ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO. TO MEN AND WOMEN as the first indication ot a cold 11) Fulton blrett. New York CUj Chamberlain's appears take Remember that Cough Remedy. American Red Cross Is Teaching the sooner you get rid of your cold tbe less the danger, and Hundreds of Thousands Robert Carpenter says don't this remedy will help you to Methods. throw it off. drop any letters ic the old post qfficeas he teoperatln a restaurThe "purpose t" instruction In Flraf ant and not in the mail .business- Aid to the injured offered by th Amer60.00 10.00 100.0? Life-Saving Geo. Hiatt, one of our best colored people who has been sway from Mt. Vernon for several years In rail road work, was brutally shot and killed, Tuesday.at Cor ington Ky. without canse or prov ocation. tie was bnrried at Covington, his sisters aud near relatives attending. Sis came on to Mt. Vernon for a visit. New machinery has been in stalled In the Cox Wagon Works and Is prepared to do repair method. work in an upto-dato - ican Rod Cross la to train men abd women to administer First Aid treatCONSTIPATION. ment promptly and Intelligently wbjwi Most laxatives and cathartics emergencies demand It First Aid afford only temporary relief and treatment la not intended to take tbe A surof a physician' should be used only for that pur- place should always b aervlce. simmoneed a geon pose. When you want permanent a precautionary measure where tbe'r relief take Chamberlain's Tablets la an Injury of any consequence, but b secured a few one and be caroful to observe the when delaycannot mean a fatality. minIn may utes' directions with each package. such a case a person trained In First These tablets not only move the Aid Is Inraluabl not only to thecombut through him to tbe bowels, but improve the appetite munity In which be Urea. and strengthens the digestion. There la perhaps no way of ascer- ! ! BROWN & PUR ELL have PURCHASED the Be-rea- f. JHg.L(S)BANPf si.-te- r, - PS KJ -- extra-lon- g "uau-uana.- " pur-chase- d taining the number of deaths or seriwblcb To Voters of Rociccas: ous disablement safeguardsresult from or prompt lack of proper County: emergency treatment. It la safe to asnumber thousands dally. I appreciate the confidence you sert they be no doubt that the appliThere can had in tne to vote for me as one cation of First Aid methods to each of the School Board, especially case would Immeasurably lighten the country's toll of suffering and death? tho ladies. Those voted Tbe dissemination of First Aid trainagainst me I appreciate, them as ing and Information baa already pro- -' NICE LINE voting for tho best interest of the duced farreacblng and beneficial In the pretention of accidents schools as they thought. I know on railroads, tn mine and In great Inmy pledge has not only being for dustrial concerns. Tbe benefit of a widespread knowlthe interest of schools in my side edge of First Aid In the event of a of the County, but for the county great disaster, such a a train wreck, Located just North of Depot on Main Street, at large. I shall always be leady an explosion, an earthqulke, eta, I Your business solicited to advise with the patrons of the obvious. Laymen who have had First Aid training can render efficient ascounty to the best interest of sistance. Many lives may depend npon such emergency cere. schools. Bed Cross First Aid work Includes W. W.J.Alcorn. (1) the formation and conduct, through ANrOUNCEMENT. YOU SALE. 3t. Red Cross chapters, of classes for Thtro will bo ThanksKiving Househdd and kltchen furnl. In accident prevention and CATARRH CANNOT BEi First Aid to the Injured among men services at Rose Hill Church cooklng( heat,Dg and women In all communities and, In House Thanksgiving day. Every turestov6g( CURED bfid rdom furnlture ftnd 0 every Industry; (2) the Introduction of with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, courses of Instruction tn high schools body invited to come and bring et ' as they cannot reach the seat of and colleges. a full basket. There will be sev- H T Young, supply The Red Cross ts tho disease. Catarrh is a local First Aid booka and prepared to at rea- eral speakers on the ground. equipment disease, greatly influenced by sonable prices. -. ..TX1.n.r. Every person In this country abl to constitutional conditions, and in so should. In bis own Interest, order to cure it you must take an do Red Cross First Aid Instruction. internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Information about tb course and InMedicine is taken internally and struction classes may be had at the chapter headquarters. acts through the blood on .the nearest WHERC Afie BOYS tle the i Butcher Shop from W. R. Gott Fresh and Cured Meats of all kinds all the time 'fiat of Fancy Groceries "re-ocl- zxi t r -- xzmr-r i, i nr- - jEXZ WANTED Tixrlceys AT ONCE LSO WALNUTS mucous surfaces of the system. RED CROSS EXTENDS Hall's Catarrh Medicino was preRELIEF TO POLAND scribed by one of the best physicians in tliis country for years. More than $3,000,000 has been spent It is composed of somo of the by the American RedofCross In aiding Poland. The the stricken people best tonics known, combin-iorganization has nursed tho sick, fed with some of the best the starving, clothed the naked, shelterThe perfect combination ed tbe homeless, schooled the children the orphans there. It has of the ingredients in Hall's and cared for relentless fight against conducted a Catarrh Medicine is what pro- typhus, cholera and otlier terrible disduces such wonderful results tn eases. So today millions of men'and na'tloD women In that resurrected catarrhal conditions. Send for speak In grateful appreciation of Tb testimonials, free. Greatest Mother tn the World." Red Cross Nearly 200 F.J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., workers are nowAmerican In relief acengaged Toledo, O. tivities hi Poland. Four large relief All Druggists, 75c. bases are In operation and eleven moDuring the tn tbe Hall's Family Pills for con- - bile units aremonths field. organization this lost twelve stipation. was largely Instrumental In the blood-purifiers. rtnihir. "n- - ouse pjiv voiio NEXT SUIT OF CLDTWeSj Crutcher) rr Al Starw Sur.i fit caps, ht all heads. Get 'em at Fistrs. Eggs - Chickens . Hides I At Highest Market Price Mt. VERNOM, :li' Delivered tqW.R. SOTT Building Old lank KY. r Mr. Bradbury, County Koad Engineer, has been authorized to mako the road, beginning at the rail road crossing, at Pine Hill 16 feet instead of 9 feet wide. The grade is also to bo widened to mako tte road come up to Federal requirements. This Btraight Salary: $35.00 per work will be no extra cost to the week and expenses to man or County. woman with rig to Introduce Eureka Egg Producer. Euieka Special prices on O'Bryan Over Mfg. Co., East St. Louis' III. alls at Fian's. Cbas. M. Golden, of St. Louis, Mo., is in Mt. Vernon this week visiting friends and relatives. He will also visit in Williamsburg J"W Montr bsek without question II HUNT'S falls la Iht and Lynchburg, Va , before going of a million refugees at a rnst for general relief of more than mil$1,000,000. Lat winter lion war orphan were aided materialerlts of targe ly, and sine then have ben established to give them permanent car. But for American Red Croaa aid, official of Poland dedared recently, Bullion of popl In that country would bsv perished ef dlMM, exposure w starvation tb tut eighteen month. mutt b kept ua And tb work the for another y r. one-ha- lf gMMWWiassssiMssasjnavsisBBiss4aJK1raB tWg ijV?ar.a Rare Judgment 'Selects Cmtcher & Stark Men's and Boys' Store 'r.'i3!r (MmKtfiSlKIKS., Granville R.Burfm BRANCH STQRg-S- rn ECZEMA 5xt ! BAfH o- SSmr) HOT M K Louhvillm-t- he Metropolis STARKS-LOUISVIL- - ixi t t ixrixs trtttmtnt ef ITCH, BCZBMA. RIN0W0RM, TBTTBR cr othsr Itchlnc Ua 4UtMS. Try 71 out bos at cur fits. TVf A home. r-T-- Pioneer Drug Store Subscribe for Signal CRUTCH ER & LK iWMSMMaMlMWa Vt Rockcasffc Counfy Farmers Show Programs... Ad Well As Oh JUNIOR RED CROSS WORKING AT HOME Prodirtion of Sound American Citionshlp the First Aim, Say3 Dr. Farrand. , l.cd-Hlood- Every Day Men and IVoincn Arc Seltlom Sick the Job Pride We arc pleased" to note tlmt. Farm and lioinu owner art taking pride in conveniences, comfort and improveii'ioiit-- t to their homes and farms ly installing iiui.'urn Ujvto date Ulit ngi "tookinj'. Ironing and Heating System.". Those plants already in their homes and pro-cressivad-uiti-- In Their .Homos a lart number of flic e WATCH YOUK KLOUI) CONDITION If You Look Palo, Feel (M lotny anil Run down, Take Muugan and Build Up. You men and woinon who ore never slc.lt. They work laird, ok robust, cat lio.irlily and en- M-e 1 ,V A PUBLIC SALE I who-hav- . well pleased Jim Monro John Mink G. W. Brown Qiilnn K. W. C. VlnrH O. M. I'ajne , are, viz M. : 0. Snylor ' "' '. . I. . John Horry John .Sh.vit W. II. Niiniermit! ntlipr homes will Ik hrlghttnod nml m.iilc happy just ns fust a their oulllla a'l-ivfrom tho J n.COI.T ( O'S. Pacini y ni Clile.i-i- , 111. Jin Nik- Moss Mulllm V. II. t.lnvillo T. J. Mlnlc T. R. MuIIIiih W. M. Mauls (Jricn Cress On the tiuilite of every mrinhof of Hip Jimlm IIimI I'rtx are llif vviirtl.' l the "I Sfrve." Thill tell tliu Blur) St limit (lllllllCM'S lirillll'll Of tilt1 AllHTl mil Itril ('hiss ii ml its emirts to urine luiipliiis lo ilillilien throughout Hie WILL ON world Itnilli'.ltiS "A TEN YEAR TEST." Morse' Cave Kv. July 1. 1919. J. Colt Company, Factory at Chicago, 111. 1 installed one of your automatic feed Colt Gouta : Lighting outfits, about ten yuirs This was used for lighting the stoic rooms and hotel. It ha given pot feet satisfaction, and 1 nave never been to any expense nil' repairs on this plant. rury truly. B, af, Ch)t:uicc Owens, C. BATES C. Representative MT. VKUNON KfcNTl'CKY VIKCUIT'COUKT B. J. Bothurum, Judge ." DIRE ah- - C T Judge uiei-- ORY O vwuupj.r. w. K. Mipnia, T. ..,.,. .,i.i, J. - Sot.rat. ., COUNTY COUHT Clam Mullins County Atiy. SL.D. I.oww - - Afi-"V.f..j&omur. ?.: Jailor (J .T.Sigmon nor SurVojor W. Durham (5. S. Master Commissioner Coroner Jack A. Jones. Griffin, Mi. Vernon. Trustee Jury Fund P. E. Miller, COUNTY IJOARI) OF Mt. Vornon. EDUCATION'. 12 days Mrs. Alice Davis. Sept. 1st Monday in Feb. 18 days, j, q Scoggins, Supervison. in May louays. 3rd Monday ic Aug. Div. No. 1. Sain Filds, Hurr Div. No E. I. Skid more, MT. VERNON lirodhead. Div. No. ,i - Geo. Ilullnck, V. H. Carmical. Bolice Judge Hiiuslord. Clerk E. S. Albright. Div No. !. j. T, Cliff. P. D. Debord. Marshall Pino Hill. V. U. StRinon. Chairman Board Div. No. S T. It. Mullins, F. E. Miller, Members of Board Withers John Clontz, Elmer Perciful, Div. No. c- :- It T. Abney, Oisputaula. O. D Bryant. i;-- Clerk . Niceley, Mt. Vernon. Tax'Couimi'isu '" -- a. v. ijowman. -rr' i.,ivp Wade I.ivesay. m y L- - RED CROSS ASSISTS DISABLED VETERANS i BTB K-- K i ' I n ah e The American' Red Cross Is currying on' a wide' prburarn of service for the disabled World War veterans recuMni; In United Slules I'ubllc treatment Health hospltala, and those being (rained through agencies of the Federal Board for Vocational Education. In each of the Public Health Service "hospitals lied Cross woikcrs devote tt'elr time to the ceueral welfare of the service men from the day they enter the receiving ward until tliey are discharged After the soldier's discharge the lied Cross continues Its friendly service through the dome ,; ffrvlce. Section In his own community ,, .Xlie Red Cross maintains a convales- "ceat house at all of the hospitals, where patients can amuse tliemsehes afte,r they ore well enough to be up and around. Parties and picture shows In the wards are also furnished, with . occasional excursions when convalescence comes. ' 0 rent service has been rendered by the Red Cross In mental case. In Idem tlfylng those who have appeared In hospitals for the Insane, and helping them secure compensation due from the Oureuu of War I'lsk Insurance. In the Federal Roard's various district offices the Red Cross worker, acting with the Home Service Section, makes necessary loans to the men. arranges suitable living conditions, helps collect evidence and supply fuels to the Board, assists In "appealing cases" and . settles various personal dlfllcultles for the men. The workers also follow up and aid all men who discontinue training. The Red Cross agents find men "lost" to the Hoard, help clear up delayed eases and aid the college counselors In their friendly work with the men Many RetPCross chapters have set up recreation facilities, and In some living clubs, so these victims of war tiiay have attractive surroundings and the fun which must go with work. ffecthe 'TOjthe AnierlcanRed Cross Institute the Illlnd near Baltimore, Md more! than half of- - aJI the Americans blinded In the World War have come The Institute, through for training. the Red Cross, long ago conducted an exhaustive Industrial survey to deter-ruin- s the vocations for which blind men could be lilted. As a result It Is putting forth well trained men equipped to meet the social, civic and economic requirements of their respective communities. j Hj m S g s K Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of It. P. D. No. I. DIIIIUIU. III.. got rid of 1 her ills. "Dutintr was awfully weak My pains were terrific. I Uiougnt 1 would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my hands on lite loner of my stomach . . . simply felt as if life was for but a shott time. M husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar lo mine, and went straight lor sonic Cardul for me to Iry. Pains V Were Terrraic a ... jr 0Flif E3 L.U m aB llnii' ncviT wni llr.. Th.n l,n.,.i ..I....I.. ,.f n propitious ns rlfchl now fur Iriirli M it IHUi J iilji lltl.U IFtlJItl., Ill ItiR Ihf lilnlii't lilnilt of clllzcmlilp licit ted blcod. That is why they the collie pri'MMil proi.'niiii of tin1 .liin are never ill. ior Itril Cro.ss Ims liven friiim-i- l uwlt-- i lie vrry tiicliislve phnce, Trnlnlnu Piople who try to get ulring with for C'lllonxlilp TliroiiKli SitvIci'" for weak, Impoverished blood always iiIIuth Sime Hit Jiuiloi licit Cross if have asi They co from I lie iiKcncy tlirniiKh whk'li the Amerl uin IIimI (.'loss lent lies tin1 achnnlbiiys one sickness to njother. Children nil Itn activities mil the mIiiioIl-IiIthe .suae way ure tli'ilininl lo come ultliln the rt'KU Jf you keep your biotd rich and Inr silmol prourmn, nml without rrent Uis-cithe niiiii red you'll c joy full viior. Iiir new finirtl her of simile." lo lenil lis nlil III llulb. has little cliimee to develop Mir the woil, of l lit As soon as "The thlim Unit .h neeileil." ils i iu healthy blood. Livingston Knrniiiil CIiiiIiiiiiiii of tin you feel tak I'epto Cross (Vntr:il Coiinntt Muni-jit- . Alnerlniii for It will fee:) lee, "Is not ii peipetllnlloii of the .Inn lor lleil Cross, hut the triilulni: nml your blood with the ingredients hreeillim of sotitnl Aliierlciin citizenship needed to create a good supply liisplioil hy the true, funhiin.i'iiliil of red cotpu.scles. hlenls of sounil ileinoeniey. One of the t Prpto MiuiL'an is sold in both I'onieptloiis In uiuklim the Heel Cross h eontrlhutor to heller cltlxen liquid and tablet form. Take ship in our Ainerleiiii iletuocriicy la the They ri'iilbullon Hint ufler nil the soil hope either kind you prefer of nny nutloii Is with the children of are alike in tneuieinal value. Hut the country." be sure you get tlio genuine Pep The plan of tiipiiitntlon of the Juu to Mangan-"Gude- ,s." The full lor I!ed Cross iiiukcM the mIiouI puh lie, parochial nml private the unit, ntuno. "Gudo's nut the liitllvltliiul pupils. Mutual serv- should be on the package. Adice, helpful loiiiiniiulty uoik such as vertisement. clciiii-uainipulKiis, tare of the sick promotion of health regulations, pur tlclpalluii In ohlo mil p.itriotlc moe ments nil these cmithe iiencles do siKiied to translate Into life ami action the jreKtilar e html, unmuUM. Jin' pari "Miss"'"Elta MclCinney was ilie of the machinery which the Junior lied U?tfj., it'JWSf 'i'if her aunt, Miss Risw tiifB'lr iliiiul auOiorilies. McKitiuey Sunday evening. (ii nihil study courses glvlne prae ileal methods of civic training, supple Mr and Mrs Arthur Yminker, molded by pamphlets and helpful sug ol I.ockland, Ohio, are visiting gcMlotis, nre supplied to the loenl Mrs Younkur's parents, Mr and schools by the .luiilor I ted Crovs An S. Hulloek elaborate plan for promoting nil Inter Mrs. ,V. F Cress.- change of correspondent e between t liil and family have .moved to the dren in different sot lions of the United place recently purchased from M. Slates ns well as with children In foreign lauds Is being devised nml will I). Jones near Level Grtcn A. Hike n prominent place In the vstub minister from Virgiui.i, name unllshetl classroom pioram. known, conducted services at In promoting the general cause of child welfare, lied Cross courses In Hlue Springs hunjay night.--Denn- is lioine hjglene nntl enro of the sick Bullock was the guest of llrst n Id, mid tllellug inn lie estuh Bullock- - S.itur-ilx- y llshed In all Junior Red Cross Aux hi cousin, J J night and Sunday Cliuid lllnrles. Tlie Ideals und the objective of the Chanoy. of the Hlo-tsection, was Junior Iteil Cross are embodied In the pledge of service which the pupil inker n caller iu this section Sunday when he signs the momhorslilp roll und Claud, we are waiting and listen'plus on his coat the Junior's badge ing Wulter L Bullnuk,uho hu The pledge vvhlih binds together servbeen visiting relatives bote for ice ami cltlreiishlp rends: "We will seek In nil ways to lire up the p.ist week, lias returned to to tlie Ideals of the Junior Red Cross his home in Read ng, Ohio The nnd devote ourselves to Its service "We will strive never to tiring dls infant child ef Mr. and Mrs C. credit to this, our country, by any un M. McKinuoy is reported very worthy net. "We will revere and obey our conn .sick. Messrs I). utiis, J. L,. and try's Inws nml do oui host to Inspire a Leroy Bullock and Estill McKiu. like reverence and obedience In those itey at'eiided cliutch at llopewell about us "We will endeavor In all thCRe vvnvs. Sundiy. as gootl eltbeiis. to transmit America greater, better and more beautiful than THIS MEANS YOU she wns tiiinsmlttetl to us." When ipu get up with a had At the foundation of this school pro. grum of the Junior lied Cross Is a taste in jour mouth, a dull tired great love for America's children. Hit tlmt Saturday, Nov. 27, 1 0 ft On the John Belcher Farm near Hiatt P. O. ruti'o jr Inrir-iislni- ; st Offer for sale the following personal property : run-dow- n Iti-i- l Krt-n- Pepto-Maiie,a- n," riita-- HAN SFO .,, j: RD pair work mules and harness, 7 & 8 yrs. old' 1 pair mule colts 1 cow, 2 yrs old yearling steer 2 calves Mowing machine and rake 2 horse cultivator Disc harrow Grain drill, Grain binder, DrE.g section harrow, 2 turning plows 1 feed cutter one orn drill wagon Pair double-buggharness some hay "Other th frigs too numerous to. mention I 1 1 rse y TERMS On the Work Mules a credit of 12 months; balance a ci edit of 6 months on sums over $ 1 0, with bankable note. BOQUE SMITH, tho editor of the Somerset Leader which fought the Judge, a .d through its column?, sid many unkind things ubout him. Since that time we have become con vinced that wo made a mistake in lighting him, and did him a great injustice- by tho character of material that was ued. Tho proposes this time lo make amends for the unjust attacks then made, by giving Judge Hethurum the benefits, of its unquaiinod support, llofore wo mide the mistake of taking as truo tho unsupported statements und charges of others, without malting a personal verification. Although wo fought htm with all tho power va hid, and assailed him without excuse, he has nevor any disposition to punish fia-bl- e J. H. DOAN Auctioneer us, or any others who opposed he hvs u dfjrinly fought the him. llu lived up to the promise liquor trafiic In short ho has that ho made the night of his been n capable, careful and a just Humiliation, when he said: "All 'judge and tlie people are clamor- shall liavo lair and courteous iug for his treatment in my conrt." The editor of this paper did Judge Helhuruui is a truo Re- support Judge Flippin in 1915, publican and never strays from and rejoices to know that in do. the fold. But, while ho believes ng so he made tio mistake Judge in parly loyalty and party regu- Flippin is a stalwart Republican larity, and lives up to it with all and never faiU to give substantial his ardent niture. yet, when be support to the nominees of his sits iu judgment upon the rights party He has made one of the of tnen.be knows no man's politics ablest prosecuting attorneys that nor bis religion. His sole aim this distiict ever had, und is a law and orhas beeu to keep the scales of fearless exponent of der He is personally popular justice equuly poised, and, with throughout the district, and will unerring judgment, O settle the no doubt be elected to succeed disputes between men. His ad- - himself without any opposition ministration is distinouished fori to speak of. Tins would he u de- a0 !! survim recugmiion ui ms most his fearless stand for lav and excellent record as a prosecutor. dor, and for the vigor with wh ich I I atarai JE J! r TAKE A OA The Woman's Tonic "I look it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Grecory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, ana I went through . . . with no further trouble. Mybjby was fat and ' strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel All I like a tiew.petson. For owe lo Cardul." many years Cardui has been found helpful In building up the system when run down by disorders peculiarlo women. fr Yt3r?jce- '4cc3rpoc 8 L. W. BETHURUrA - Cross can be depended upon to follow right nt Its heels with help for the slrltkon people. lied Cross relief If ulinost Immediately forthcoming food, clothing, shelter and funds; doctors, nurses nntl sperlnl workers with long experience tn handling similar trouble elsewheie. During the Inst year, ending Junp no. ihfie vvns nn average of four disasters a month In the United States. One liumlieil nnd fifty communities In twenty-sevestates suffered Tin largest and most destructive of these were (he tidal wave nt Corpus Cbrlatl I'exns, and lornndnes In Mississippi l.oulshimi. Alabama, (leorgla, Ohio Indiana mid Illinois In lhoe events of horror 850 per sons weie killed, 1.WK) were Injured C1.000 were innde homeless, about 30, (UK) families needed help, the proper); loss wns nearly $10(MKM.IHX) nnd al most $1.1X10 IKK) In relief funds, not In chiding emergency supplies was ex ponded To the sufferers from all disaster during the year, the American Iter Cross sent $120 OOH worth of sup piles, 110 Red ("loss nurses and sevoi. To meet tin special relief trains. needs of the stricken, the nrgunl.iillm set up ten relief stations, operator thirty food canteens nml as mini) One hundred emergency hospitals. Red Cross chapter, and twenty-livgave disaster relief service. If disaster ever strikes this town oi county, the citizens rnn he ahsoluteh sure the Red Cross will he right oi hand to help them In every way. n e UeliiiK. no relish for food and tuo constipated, you may know that RED CROSS ACTIVE you need a do.se of Chamberlain's IN DISASTER RELIEF Tablets. They not omv cause an tigti't able tin. veiiiont til the lowt'U When disaster hits a community-O- re, Hood, eurtbiiuuke, explosion, bad but chanse and invigotate the wreck or tin undo the American Red stc mach and improve the digestion, -- J ! . aaj asTf The Commonwealth, of Somer set, Kv., Nov. 11, has the follow to say of Judge B. J. Hot burn and Commonwealth Attorney Wulter N. Klippin; Tho Commonwealth this week reproduces upon its front page a Republican ftEMEMBERtoask your groder for Cal-un- vt 11 Baking Powder and be sure that you get it the Indian head on theorangelabeL day failures. For you will never have any. Calumet always produces the sweetest and most palatable foods. And now remember, you always use less than of most other brands because it possesses greater leavening strength. HOGS PAY BIG MONEY. Mr. Peto Wing, of Hawk Poiut, Mo., made a lot of money out of his hogs. He says: I fed them Hog Prescription. Dr. It Ins given wonderful results in 011 them with less They were on heavy feed for onlv a month; averaged a gain of 2 pounds daily and weru only 7 months 10 days old, whon putting gains Teed. Then forget about bake ancditotial which last week appeared in tho Mt. Vernon Signal, d newspaper at Mt. Vornon, Ky. Iu this editorial the bald paper sets forth its reasons for supporting Judge BurgossJ. Bethurum for Circuit Judge and Judge Walter N. Flippin for Commonwealth's Attorney at the next August primary. Theo gentlemen are indeed tqituunte to have the bucking of such u strong news- papiti as is the Signal the only nn per published at Mt. voruor, and no doubt they are very much pleased at tho position tuken by thtlt olu, reliable p.tner. The Commonwealth will like, wiso support aclively lotli of these gentlemen in their coining races for reelection. 1 bo editor of this -- paper did not support Judge Uethuiuin In his- race slic yetirn ugo. At that tunc io was pub-lishi- sold." Mr. Wing profited by tho of Dr. LeGear. Giaduate Veterinarian and Export Poultry Breeder of 28 ears' standing. Dr LeGear's Hog Prescription will put weight on your hugs also, bt cause it expels worms, purifi.-tho blood and c 'millions them so lhat ihoy gain flesh nn less 'eed. It makes no difference what iailm nt is premium among your stock or pool. ry, it is money m your pocket to get tho proper Dr. LsGear Remedy from your (Kill er, on a satisfaction or money back offer. s ad-vi- co Now Remembe-r- t Always Use 1 Aid for Spanish Red Cross. .The Iberian chapter of the American Red 'Cross, composed of Americans rentdent tn Spain, has Just contributed $480 'to a fund being raised by the Bpanlnti Red Cross and the Leaguo of Red Croix RorletlM for the purpose of i Ightlug malaria.? , i .; VJ ATTORNEY AT LAW '5 MT VHIINON, RY pnu-'wcin an inc. vuuiu. will Office W on Church fatrcet - - Subscribe for $.i ::::::: Take Cardui r50tiXrbirjD Itliof-Aiigiiiu- l aaaBMr fjbh aaaMBaaBhaaLjBLjBaBBl Montr back without AGENT WAN TED IN Mt. Ver- Nect6sities and repeaters All or spare timo. Write Wutltius Co. 58 Memphis, Tenu. non to sell Remedies, Spices; utkli.s Extracts, etc , A jTipy othr 7)Ucblnr box la dl. at our rltk. Try cn "S Pioneer Drug Store ,OvV 11 Kunra tr..tmnl of ITCH. ECZUMA. RINQWORM, TKTTEK or ir ! & qoctla approved by U. S. Food Authorities, is the product of the largest, most modern and sanitary Baking Powder Factories in existence. good part of Gluten Rives flour: Its food value tlie elerrent that nourishes the body. To be sure of Srtllnn it, uij ont; Hurt; nklng- ptmAej with pUlii flour, (not flour)! milk that'3 all you use. You never have to Contains only such ingredients as have been officially re-bak- e. There is no waste. If a recipe calls for one egg two cups of flour half a cup of Calumet Columbia Muffin Recipa 4 cups sifted flour, 4 level tea spoons Calumet Dalting Powder, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs, 2 cups of sweet milk. Thenm's in tho regular way. bJ MMERM DUNU PRINTING Will SaveYou Money and Our Go