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Digital page images are linked to the text file. il Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway 3l1nnnl " aff' FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Friday Afternoon, July J, J92J eetwti Centrally Located ?P) $ WaI between Cincinnati, Knoxvill e and Louisville Price $ J. 50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Established 1887 34th Year No 36 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Band Bay Bate Set VOTE FOR R. L Langf or FOB High Sheriff ROCKCASTLE KKtyilLIOAN p COUNTY I'HIMAKY AUdUSI' 6, 1021 HASE BALL at BRODHEAD Tho Borea Base Ball Club defeated the Brodhoad boys, in ono oi the fastast games j oftho season, scoro 4 to 3. Drew j oft Mt. Vomon pitched tho game for Brodhcad. Bales and Bow man played with Berea. An AutomoAdded feature Ve wish to say that Borea has bile To Be Givii Away. live tastost team mat nas piayou Watch Additional Brodhead this year. Brodhoad rljso has the fastest team of Rock-custl- e, although thoy seem to bo Final urriingoincrts arc being slipping a bit lately. But since mndu for llio Hand Day celedra-- , they have Drew they should not tion, lo bo held in II redhead Ky. loso many morega ncs, although tho Herea boys hit Drew hlto tlio .hoy 2,s- Tho day's program will be an U S. hit Germany. Bales hit tho enjoyable one nnd tho proceeds pill every time ho faced Drew, will go to Hie fund maintained by' tli r re of tliom being clean hits, the Ijovs tor tlio maintenance of orlo single and two 2 baso hits. llieir band- - Tho local boys havo And every one of tlio Nino got at given much time and eflort least ono hit aud most of them to their music and it is predicted two, that they will make a most cred- .'f The Brcdhead Club go to Bcr- itable showing at this their first ea,Saturday, annual Hand Day The band wljl MRS. COOPER bo augmented by othor members iilcd as .v candidate for County of tho Kenjuckv U.uul School, mid 'Court Clerk, and made her onth will number filty pieces. that sho voted lho Republican Otlior features of the day will 'ticket aud was a Republican and ben baseball came, nices, a free had two witnesses to swear they movie for tlio kiddies and simi- believed her oath. tho lar attractions. As an added fea t The petition was25,tiled in Adv pierksofliee Juno I921. togivaa-wa- y ture it has been decided an automobile aud the sale of tickets for the day's program hits begun, the admission chargo ForlonifyIY25 fitter John Clontz for Jailer JBpn 1 h JH iHal lasts . t ft' j jBSRdtfjrni He will appreciate your support and will make nn honest, efficient ofTicer. He has lived in this County all his'Iife and has consistently voted the Republican ticket. Republican Primary. Aug. Gth. 1921, " , Lam keeping in tlio house vacated by Rov. E. J. Terrill oa Maple street Tuesday avening with a misco- laneous shower. Many nice and useful nrticles wore given them forthoir new home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawrenco are on tlio sick list. Quito a ctowd from here attended tho ball game at Mt. Vomon Sunday. Mrs. H. H Hntehenson and little daughter Mary Parker and son Mastor Hemdon of Middlesboro are with her sister Mrs. V. K. Gravely, -Mr . and Mrs. Metcalf ana baby aro with Mrs. Metcalf s parents Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bowling. Mrs. James DoVault uiul father J. W. Tate and , T. Hiooks Jr. were in Louisville Monday. -- Robort Davis was hero from Mt. Vernon Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sowiler returned to their homo at Lebanon Junction Friday. Rov. L. N. Bowling was in Nirliolasvillo last week. Master Robert Wilinott of Maretburg is thuRiiestor his cousins Masters Macl: Albr.Rbt and James I'Vilb .Jr. Mrs. V. A. Murphy was .vancii 10 uiiiianu Monday oil ac count of tho death of the wife of her iieplunv, Lyuuiti Ponce Mrs Owuu Cass and children Looter and Inez and little aister Rutli Albright have returned from lUvenna where thoy have been visiting Mr. and Mis. Brack Durham and chirdrcn Mr. and Mrs Dave Roberts ard littlo sou nnro here for tho huridl of Mrs. Newcoinb Tuesday. Tho child ren of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens have been very sick. Mrs. Helen Kohoris and daughters Misses Mabel, Edith and Kva are hero Robo-from Neon. Loyal Nino Hase Ball Team motoied to Morclaud Thursday of Jast weolc and won a gaino irom that team by a score of 7 to j. But on Saturday, on homo grounds they lost their second game ot tlio in a score of 3 season 10 lk-reto 4. This was ono of the besc games of the te.isou and was much enjoyed by a largo crowd. Miss Artio P.iyno was at Paint Lick from I'riday until Monday to visit her sister Miss Cordia. M.s. Walter Huffman of Lebanon Junction is the guest ot her brother Dan Grey, and wife this week. Last Thur.-daafternoon 011 returning home from the ball game at More'.and tho car of Clarence Shafer which was driven by his son, Warren, at the rate of miles per hour, acout thirty-livturning from tho road to let another car pass, struck a tulcphono post demolishing the car, noun af lho occupants wore hurt except Alfred Krlth he receiving many ugly and piinful cuts about the uead and face. It seemed that Providenco alone wived the entire crowd. W.A. Murphy, of the Brodhoad Cafe, will leave July fith for a ten days visit to Cincinnati and Middle-towOhio. Thtir friends snmrlwi' tiw ' V. N FLIPPIN "" ten under twelve years being admitted without charge Great being manifested in the occasion mid a big da) for all is the forecast. -. To Whom It May Concern : I havo been Commonwealth's Attorney for this district for the past five and f years, and as such have conducted tho trial of all criminal s for tho Commonwealth in the circuit court. I havo tried these cases of coun-- before Judi'o Hethuriini as the.hulge. L think that 1 know when a fair trial of a case is given, and in justice to Judge- Hctliurtim, whose record is attacked, I must say that he has impressed me throughout my term as Attorney for the Commonwealth, as being perfectly fair and impartial and desiring to see tho law enforced in overy case, As Commonwealth's Attorney I am bound to say that Judge Hethuriini has given mo fnir treatment. I am familar with the criticism being offered in the Green and Mixe cases, and L know tlvit there is no merit in these contentions. Tho Judge gave the usual and ordinary instructions in both ofUHeuj:nscs and tho juries, heard and which thoy had flio power to do, without disponed of tho , interferatico of the Judge. W. N. Flippin Somerset. Ky. Commonwealth Attorney 28th district Jtne 2o, 1921. one-halca-.ecnt-cs- 'St - R.L. LANCFORD for Sheriff The latest date on which candidates ir. the primary election, can register is Aug 0th,i0-- i, Inly 7th VOTE FOR II !! J0 JOSIAH CUMMINS U K For a Better Kentucky riin I IIIIIIIB THE SOLDI Kit HOY for fib. il . .1H 3&.O0aUN REPUBLICAN CLERK August 6, 11921 TY. J. II LAMBERT PRIMARY I' U T I JO S To the voters of Rockcastle County: In thu.lnst issue of tho Signal, Juno 24th, 1021. my opponent Mr Clark runs nu xA showing that I was appointed a deputy shoriH' on April lOtli. 1919. Now peoplo Ihavo never at any tinu noted as a reg.ilar deputy shorilF. However, 1 was ujipointed a deputy at that time, to act us a special deputy to keep order Jit the I'nio Hill church, and for this alone. This was done at the special BIU. Nk .MMmm lie is sober straight and 31 years old and lonest fully qualified for tho oilice 1 holding services and 1 was glad to do it for them. Furthermore, I never at any time, charged or received a single dollar for iny services. reqticstof members of tho I'ino Hill Church At that time 1 lived near I'ine Hill and intiibers of that church wanted me to keep order while they woie JohnF.Pigg Representative Other special deputies were appointed at the icquest of chinch members of different churched in this county for tho same purpose. He seems to want to ''make a mountain out of a molo hill," or in other words is "grabbing at stiaws" do not believe in a campaign and my race on a high plane as befits a gentleman. 1 mud-slingi- ng I am determined to make Tho pnoploof thiH county uro demanding, and very properly, ten, good, sober, honest, efficient and business-lik- o officers. This is tho people's time, the Republicans of thus county aro going to nominate and elect mo, and. m help mo God, I am going to make them tho kind of an officer that they expect me to Yours for a bettor Kockcastle, make , Ii. L. Langford. A PIPE MAJOR. P wPPHbH m 1 1 LIVESAY l)ag pipes, Scotch songs aud dances aro special features of the famous Kilties' contorts at our Chautauqua. Tommy or for JAILER JAILER Here Chautauqua Week-Ju- ly 2-- 7 Helen Roberts of Neon and Mrs. 1'atton Padgett of Illinois. Our deepest sympathy is vvitli the Uejiublican C'andidate for bereaved ones. The MissesDick-se- n of McWhortor were pleasant visrtors at the homo of Rov. and Mrs. L. N. Bowling, Mrs. Kato Lain el and I Jockcitle CounThorp is in Junction City this ties solicits vour stippoit, week. ftlrs. JN. Vauhook has I'limai'). uj Gth loturucd from "a weeks visit in Rowland and Hiattsvillo. The Continental Lyceum Company THE GRHAT CLIMAX SOENE FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY, "FRIENDLY ENEMIES.' put on a thrie day Chautauqua hero which was very much enjoyed. J. V. Watson was in N'icliolasvillo Sunday with his daughter Mrs. John Kobius, ho was accJiu panted homo by his MUs gjauddatiglitiT Mildred Robins uuo will spend several weeks here and at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Josh Wilson has been 85 Cvf j V3 a ftrCy W yPWrJ BBBc.fek. inS JwBi" gHfWJwB JHH 3'a ivti!cJi sick for scvral days Rov. very Iv J Terrill is in .Somerset. His sons Byron loft for Horace and M r. and Oklaliou.a last weolc. Mrs, HobLawronco aro reported Charlie .Smith on the nick list. was in Berea last week ami had his tonsils removed. Ho is getting along splendidly. Mrs. Lucy McL'all of Marotiiurg, and Mrs Colmar McCall and little son of Corbin were with Mcsdaines' lop Albiight and (aincs Frith Mi.ss Luna McCall from Sat urday until Monday. Mrs Naticy Jauo Owons is visiting in Mrs. P. A Louisville this vve'clc Shelton and sons lluss aud Scovel returned Sunday to their homo at Ix:banoii Junction after a pleasant visit with their many friends here. Mrs. K. J. McKiu. noy was in Ml. Vrrnon Sntonhy, W.T.Davis, candidute for CirTliero has bi no patriotic llay for his son, aided by tlio sympathetic After scclnt; the play, President cuit Court Clerk was down from an "l'rlcudly understanding of his v,!o, and thai Wilson aro&o In his box and said: "I Mt. Vernon Saturday in interlultu bo BUictJBb, truo American- - constant pleadlncs of his hone that tho spirit of this dullgUUul Ita messc Mrs. Ism, convincing i Itl friend, Henry I! lock, Karl 1'felffer, play wilt soon grip tho nation." It est of his campaign, icrsuaslio. la a play that ever; y should bear himself, bees tho great patriotic Is gratifying to know that the play Sallio Brooks has returned after In the abovo scene M " ugh tlio lovo truth of Americanism. has been secured for our Chautauqua. a pleasant visit with Mrs. John 1'ike of Louisville Mr. and Mrs Orrin Walleti lave goiio to house July toS7j -- Has neither held or asked for any crnnty oilice before altho was born and raised 111 tho county. Mrs. Bcttie Carter is in Louisville. Mrs. Ethel Wheel don of Louisville remains in a ( very critical condition at tho Home of her sister Mrs. Dick Martin. Mrs. Grant Baker and wcro in little daughter June Lynch last lie was a soldier in the late who has a week with Mr. Baker position thoro. Mrs World War and needs the L. N. Bowling was hi Corbin Monday. Mrs. Mary Susan office. Newcoinb died suddenly Sun-da- y oveuiug about 71,50 o'clock at tho home oi her daughter, Mrs. Louc.relia Re belts, Sho Brodhead - U was laid to rest Tuesday morning in the Clu'istian Church cemetery, liesidcs her husband she Is survived by four daughter Mrs. Louerelia Roberts, Mrs. Hiram Roberts of Brodhead, Mr a LET.'S TRY HIM n a" n u.-.- ISOMB I " Sayl for 1 llfo-lon- HERE CHAUTATQUA WEEK, 2 Jailer Vote For GHAS. A. CHANDLER A FORMER ROCKCASTLE MAN FOR REPRESENTATIVE Republican Primary August 6th N mammmmwmm ...rite' mt. MUIJNT rnl 1 vernon ,. signal KY.. Iho Ml Vi rutin, Mf -- inFMANH ' For TANLAG MM. Kl! INw'o DAY. r A. K Jl'I.V 1 11)21 m prfWif l'tiblishoil eury rrhlny'by ihr Mail innitiT. MlI.LKK J I BREAKS A!f RECORDS Amazing Sucess Achieved by Celebrated Medicine Not Only Phenomenal, But Unprecedented Over 20,000,000 Bottles Sold in Six Years Foreign Countries Clamo for It. Never before, perhaps in tin: history (if the ilrtiir trade bapropiietary nicoiciuc ever approached tin tint is tn.v bjiiuy in tie by Tanlae, tin celebrated medicine which lias boon ncooinplishitii; Mtclire imrka'letMii!ts thiMiilio-.i- this eo'iutry and fundi A" a matter of fact, the inaaveloiis success achieved by this nidi cine is not pheiioiiiinal, the. (Ionia ml for a wo idorftil re j. ml t t The first Jbuttie of Tanlae to nouneed il the incili teach tin public was solil just nicino of al! t me. Tens of thousands of men an lialcuvur .i. yers!t,'o It s Wit mi lit lire uml p 'op'e women tf all agi' in all walks ol iie.lt to iv.-ij- f i very ivliuiv life, afflicted with stnnacli, livoi u zt it as a nit ilieine of ixtr.iordi- - and kidney disoideis, mine tf narv ineril. hince that tune long standing, as well as thou llierc lias been sold throughout sands of weak, thin, nervous men litis country ami Canada Miniii-ove- r and women apparently on the ver Twenty Million (2o,oeo,oco ge of collapse, have tostifkul that bottles, establiliitiK n record they have bten lully restored to which ' protidbly nevir been their normal weight, health nnd equalled in lue history of the strength by its use, , diu; ttade in America. RR5TORKD TO HKALTH bull others, uiio seemed fairlj FAMK IS IXTIJUXATIONAL The instant and phono inonal well, yet ho suf oied with indisuccess which T.utlic won Jwhen gestion, headaches, shortn.ss of it was first introduced Ins hoeii bnath, dizzy spells, sour, gnss,y extended to practically every stomachs, coated tongues, foul largo city, .small town, village ness of breath, coiiMiputhn, bad and hamlet in Nii'th America. complexion, loss of appetite, Its fame has become alternation-i- sleeplesuess at tiigbt and or torti its scoie and England, Japan, bly dejected, depiossed feelings-stat- e that they have boon cntirel) Mexico, Cuba, liowail, Alaska, s relieved of these distressing I'orto Kicoand manyotjier Ivu.ro and restored to htnlth and peau countries are cUmoring for happiness by the use of Tanlae. it. Tanlae is sold in Mt. Vernon From coast to coast and from Davis; in Hrodhead b thtGreat fiikes, Tanlae is known by Ch.is.-and honored. Millions have,talteu the Urodhead i'harmacy, and in it with the moit gratifying and Livingston by R. G. Webb; in astonishing results and Tiavo pro- - Burr by V. M. Owens. tic;-ceIi-n syin-ptum- AXXOrXrBHKXT Wi ite itiliji i'l In . for W. M. lor Ii tn mnnuqr sciii.n of itw U.'juililViiii Jim. Kt.l.HN PRICK WILLIAM ARNOLD Jr. VVAI)It H. UVHSAY ISAil B. SAVI.OR, JOHNNY CI.ONT7, .MoNKUK M. MII.I.KIi I'm I v ut Hvvl .ugu-- l Ft I'rlmuy, C'IkuIi Judge. 7 iw ) I . It, ,1. llKTlIflU . II. C. KUNNHDV. Var Clt.iiit Ootid Chirk. f.II.TI.ltTOMT.UI.Oi: joiin c. Howard .FerMugMr.iie 1st Illtrlet. W. II. SIO.MOM JOHN V. MARI.OK Fur ManUlr;tf :'m OKu T. J, H.U.L W.T. I1IM.) DAVIS, JHSSIt M. nitllOUD Fur C'ihiiiH Ciiiii'l t'k-ik- . ut. IIARISIsON L. K1UI1Y ' J. V. 11UI.I.OCIC lil-tr- K.J. MrKI.NNItV, i Mnftlitintu Ith IlKI.I.AUD COTTON. v. i). Miii.i.rxi, IVr Prince Albert's a new note in the joys of rolling 'em!, Talking about rolling your own cigarettes, we'll rtell you right litre that IPrince Albert tobacco has ?em all lashed to the mast! iYou've got a'handful-of-liappines- s coming your direction when you pal it with 'P. A. and the makin's papers! For Prince Albert ds not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in itsrefreshingaroma,but our exclusive patented process frees it from bite and parch ! And, for a fact, rolling Prince Albert is mighty, easy! P A. is crimp cut and" stays put and you whisk it into chape bcfoie you can count three! And, the next tip Print Albtrt U told in toppy ttJy lt$t torn rtd tint, pound hand and hall round tin humidor a mnJ in t n cryitat f Utr pound Aiii.it rim.i.ii'S, W.A CUOMI'lt MRS. I.I5I.IA MAY COOI'I'K T. J. Nlfltr.HV Comilv Jwlge n:i:r.M..N ki:ii:os 1' !' UOKDINS. I'ur Cnii!lili llli Dlilrlct, JOHN C. KIM.I.Y, Tor T.ix ('iiiniii!.liiu,t 1IIUIIAKI) IliIAKAMAN ! J MltiHlc Stli Hl.ttli'1. rJ i.i:i: i. l I v.i:i) llOW.MA.V, joiin Kopivson CAM .Ml'l.MXS atli. i'. I'ir.r.. SM District. instant you're puffing awayj to beat the band! humidor with spongt moltUntr top. W M COTTON .in, joii.v i:k.n':u I!. 1.. CONSTAIILK Ith DISTRICT I.A.V(il'()lii j. ii. haki:r DNtrlot Prince Albeit is so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's the greatest old buddy-smok- e that ever found its way into a pipe or cigarette! Conslulilofitli 1). ti. (I.AItK l UKV. W.M. l'"or DURHAM Siirrnr l'or Kopii'sentatiic CHAS. A. CHANDLER of London District slst A VIOLIN QUINTET. j tv , , 'the national joy smoke Washington, I) ' June 2s. -in Lv orders issued .odiy from the Captain John s an acute nttiU'lt of Nisil Cat- Var department. I. Hethiiruin. of the iufantrj;ijlrrh. Those subject to frequent service of the Untied StateArmv, is n lieved from his pros 'colds in the head ' will tin'l that cut duty at Camp Jennings. Ga. the tivi of, HALL'S UATAIIRII. ami is detailed .is assistant pro MHDICINK will biiihV up tho fo?sor of military science and System, 'cioanse the Hlood and tsctics at tho University of reader them less liable to colds Kentucky at Lexington. He is Repsated atticlts ol Acuto Catdirtcted to proceed for temp- - arrh may lead to I hrouic (Aitarrh HALL'S CATARRH MICDI otnry duty to Camp Knox at the i ml of the temporary duty to go j PINK is taken internally and acts through the lilood on the Mu- to Lexington. Captain Carl.lJ. Hoytl. i2j For-jL.- 0s Surfaces of the S, stein, thus est Avenues; Lexington, of ih"! miuc ngthe iiillamation and ru- Cavalry servicj of the army, is st,,ring normal conditions. one of about a dozen army officers All drgugisits Circulats free. who have been ordered to Fort F'.J Cheney & Co , Toledo Onio Hliss Texas, by July 5th for The central pier of tho Dixie temporary duty with the civalry Loxing'.or. Herald, Hoono Highway at Livingston rifle team. that spans Ikoundsto.ie creek is Hearing completion and this bridge is to bo seventy live feel from the water, and is to bu completed in September. Copyright 1021 by rX. J. Reynold 10D4CCO V.O. Cold the Head JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUHMKKTING o - County Ags-n-t Sp.-ucwill meet the folio ling cIhIm Satnr day July Slid Rockctistlo county Climuf. M Situnhy morning, ooros store, 9:y Richmond was the guests of the sziX&i!)s!& rTi': & latters mother Mrs,. Louise The Klvo Silii Muldcns aro a Sutera, .ill musicians Binco early Allen Saturday night. Jones splendid strlnt; orUiestru, with num- clultlhood. The program abounds in Allen is working at Livingston. ; erous special fo.it u irs of fliiRln?. beautiful music. They are tho open-hit- Some fanners aru laying by their Our Chautauqua opei.s Tliree uf readhiKs and costuming. da's musical attraction at our corn while others are not over Saturday afternoon j the couinany aio the irs.itlle I.ucc Cliaulautiua. the first time. with FIVK SPRING MAIDBNS and the noted lecturer Charles Here Week, July 2-- 7 AND CON- - U. jess'o whose su'iject Sttur-da- y MLIOUaKKSS night will be 'Democracy, STIIMTIUX "for years I was t roubled Divine or Devlish " Sunday pri sent an wo have been having with biliousness and- - constipa we will iiavu Abel Cantu wlio Mime very good rains tho pist will lectuie on "Mexico and the Mrs Lottie Richards and tion, which made life 'miserable Mrs Tom liaLer whn has been week. Get jour seisou very sick at Hie hoin. ut her mo children who'have been with hei forme. Myappjtite failed me. Mexicans". ' ther Mrs. Alrttie Mulliiis for Urn parents for the past mouth have I lost my usual force and vital- tickets now. to their home ut Now ity. past weejf is able to return home Pepsin ureDuiutions and Six Cylinder Value at Four Mrs Cooper the cat'iartics only made matters There was horvii-c- at Red Hill Haven Kv. Cylinder prices at Fish's ClosSaturday and Sunday conducted ltidv candidate for County Court I do not know where I ing Out Sale only. by Rev, Rovoy Mullins. Dee Ciorlc was through horo last wuo'f . worio. would have been today had I Dean Mullins was the guest of Cummins of Mt. Vernon, repreIt seems the following item senting a grocery liousi at Ricli-inni- his cousin Dennis Mullins Sunday. not tried Chamberlain's Tablets should be warning to a these tern was with the niorcbauts of Miss Sarah Kindriok is very Tho tablets relieve the ill feol- - pted to indulge in drinking moon this phco last week. mg at once, strengthen I.titlur sick at preent. Dr Pennington the anil Russol Mullins wore guests of Mt. Vernon is the attending digestive luncuou?. lie nimr the shine. A number of cattm. near Hot Spiings, Ark atosomeof tho of their brothar Iistill Mullins physichu Allen was the system to do its' work naturally,"1 slop moonshine sti'l Sa'nrduy and Sunday. - Crops guest of his brother T. D. Allen writes airs, kosu 1'jti', Bir- died, from a men investigating and Dairi the arn lookiiie finii in this mrt lit, Sinnlav - Mr. and Mrs. Tom mingham, Ala. matter found that oouceut rated lye had been pineal in the mash, and this ii.ul proven latal to fhe cattle The still had been moved when the location was found. LOCALS Red dilf. Rrjy.il Oi't , and Davis Hiaiich at the Clear Oreek church liouso 2 p. m. Pleasant Hill, Scalfold Cano and Walnuf Orovo at tho Sc.ir-fol- d Cane school housaJ5aturd.iv night Chautauqua WITHERS s nbovocliitx will be given n Charter and each member a certificate of membership aud a club pin. ed to brirg their cluhe and attend the.se meetings K ich of tho All Club Headers .'.ro request- 7:0 " " id TOO The Certificate of membership will admit the holder to either pr till of the following Fairs. Mt. Vernon, . Hrodhsad and Berea. Parents and visitors . are i jl ,(, n etui is, 1 1 . r Death only a matter of short timt. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable Q.seascr.. Avoid painful consequences by taking Better Today Than They Have Ever Been vfCi Swanjlats, Star Oruud Shoes n"i and everything ingOut ptices. FAR Fish's Clos. v- - sscaaasjaj fe - KM We expect Goodyear Tires for passenger cars to excel in future even the wonderful performance they have delivered in the past. They are better tires today than they have ever been. We are making both tires and tubes larger, stronger, heavier, more durable, than ever before. If you want the most economical and satisfactory tire equipment this season that it is possible to buy, be sure you get 1 Vf 9 Goodyear Tires and Tubes. Tle nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer has them. Tiiu Goodyear Tire 9 &. Rudder Oflictt Throughout the World Company WSK'iifis. tokcastle Vernon, Mt. Garage Ky. wneuis, 10 SINGHUthat's the name of Somerset road until S.ituiday Ml veriiou Tribe spent a delightful weekend '"'i' 9tl'' A"Ujr l'"lt li,uo '"' wi" Allg Ill-- I on Rockcastle-- River last welt the new Seivini; Muclliuu to be K. .1. ri ...IrrWeather conditions were unusual-I- v y veii'iiwuvtosiiiiio Inly on first " """ v.u.nKi, a. uriiiin on co-id the online was Imuo- - day of MT. VHRNON FAIR, Aug Dixio H'lthw.iy near town until in sunFOR FLETCHER'S j I.V onjoyed by all, In spito of luiiiiur luiicu. IO burned backs ami cbiggor bites Mt, Vernon Fair Assicmtion. j If the parents of this young eet real zed how much wholesome fun ithoir children hud. they would 'certainly iinke" it possible for this j to become an annual affair The party was composed of Misses Davis. Amanda Da Ai vis, Lillian Griffin, Dorot'y lbright and (Koseoo Adams) Jack Crawford, William Sparks. Homard Franklin, nan Miillilus and T. Hamoy Richards Tho remainder of the party, wh'ch mi in bured about thirty, was made Reward will be paid by Kenup of paronts, and tniscellano. visitors tucky Bankers Association the arrest and convic ous chaperons, whoso names will tion of any person Robbing or lutvo to be omitted on account of to rob limited spucOj T this , FQR SALF.: I'iro proof ,sato. Init' the IJobhui' is killed w.'iilo osi'apiiijj after having robbed this Hank quire) of Win. Bullock, Mt. Vor-nontlii! reward will'be paid the Milan as if convicted by the Courts, Ky. z Some womoa and children who Hoing a member of thu Kentucky Hankers Association and a contribuin n were inciting blackberries tor ton fund for this purpose wo have an outstanding oiler of tho . field 011J.W Stokes place, neer amount above mentioned for any one robbing oriitteinjiting to rob tho old I'utton house, found some this bank. tlrccorfour gu'lons of whisky last Saturday and poured it out, Squire Dan Mullins cumo along in tiino to assist in the ceremony. t .i K-- CAST.OR1A Vernon's Junior Cliff Mt OlifTdren Ory FLETGKSR'S National Remedy of Hollar.tl sinco 1006. . Guaranteed. Thru sljcu, c!l UmIc for the e&Tn Geld Ma-Ja-l oa everr bcx nui tcccpt no l.nllctlcj - The wcrld'e standaid jnvily .'or UWne, liver, bbdd'.r and frio iU ucufcles- -- ihi i'uk MAi.n; Homo itnnwii as John MeClary property where I now live, froi ting the street, tunning back 10 tho orclnrd.contiin Hie about scon acres, well in barn lot, goo I sistern, g'.ml lutrn nine stalls and twelve foot lriv-- . t "ay. goon neii nouse and corn crib, good smoke house. Dwelling house with six and fiont and liick porches; a desirable homo. Will sell worth the money. O. V. Owe ns. ' 3.1 1 ro.-ims 1 NOTICF: Short Horn will be Apn at near Cuinmins School House on Its a IIANNKR Dull LANSING -tho W. I) Payne larm Rubber Tiros, - Our Pure Chautauqua has been here this week getting everything ready for the opening program Saturday afternoon next - tomorrow if yon please Dm'l wait an- other minute to got your ''round trip" season tickets Oh yes, you can net thuni most any where in town. ' HUGGV Mr! C C!. Caldwell, the in.tn for .Vliite & Myers nd-va- llred with leather top and no given away at Fair second day ji,2 Ohildren Ory i-ir.! C ASTORIA , 1 J I 1 I n $1 000 .00 Reward of $1,000.00 star-hoarde- rs, A The ior attempting bank. , iir'iri: "i J 'I. - . Air The Citizens Bank Brodhead. ky' t h ' GLJkJSkJCjaUPiXA. F5H FLETCHER'S ..' Lr XXE 5! xxxxz ZZ3T3a:aZIIZ2ZIiX3:2XIZE 'It' lilt Hif I'MaiuiCMfc 8 In suyltig this Is the Peoples Time, R. L. LunBforu did not know j that tli0 slt.jjun of I) U. ClarlCs race. Davu's Timo "was started by people from every section of thecuitnt: that tills stylng comes npontutieonsly irom people who rtnlio tli justice of electing Clark this tim?. In saying that the shorlff Is the sorvant of the pconlc, he might havo added trie Deputy unwell, ns n 'Deputy Shut iff tahes thu constitutional onth and is as m h Lxiuntl to up hold this lawnstho Sheriff duriny tlio administration, or until he h removed according to law. Mr. buiKford .said from tho stump that tho ohjection of a lawyer stopped him-- f rom aothu,' ns. Deputy. It this bu the cine should lie bo elected? ?onie one would likely firo him when lie needed to summon a jury or exictle somo papers. Hut tho facts are, he is now und has been since April it", 1OI9, noting ns Deputy Slieiiff AtClinmx, in this county, wlieie he went to toll the people what a fa'ih-- ul officer he would iiiiwuif ihoy would elect him Shurifr, somo one fired n pistol from the outside, through the V.11II of the school hoiiho Mr. I.angforu after khiio delay unconcealed u pistol and went around tho the house, but failed to malte any arrtft TIum) weak efforts and small amouiit of the duties of tlic i he riff's force performed is vhat drought out iho slogan, "It's Dave's Time." u-be-lii- fj McCOY ANDERSON Miss Lnulsc McCoy and Mr. Adolph Anderson wore married on June 27th, at the homo of tho Reverend Albert Nichols, Pastor of' tho Central Christian Church, in Louisville, nnd left on tho 2HU1 for Chicago, whero they will make their homo. lie groom is n splendid I young business man of that city and the Undo is iho granddaughter of the lato M. 0. Mil-leand one of Mt. Vernrm's most attractive girls. Her many friends hero wish them all 1 r, There Are r am All Kinds Of Sales But There Is Only Ode vi fiiiaii m nyrtfvn'j-smJb3m3m HA. ra 1 H ikl n LOCALS Get your new clothes at Fish's closing out Sale while tho getting is good. lierv of Citizens Bunk, Urodhead, Ky. see tiielr nd. Vulas Dowull, tlio ellicicnt md courteour clerk in the store of II, L. Lnngfoid was painfully burned about tlio face last Pri. Your motor Willi Where they are actually quitting business by selling out a fine stock ofClothingf Shoes; Hats, and Furnishings at less than wholesale prices today. It's Dave's Time S XXE At Attention is culled to the $1,000 rettiird paid for conviction of rob PROFIT If there is a man in town who is making as much money as I am losing he is on the road to be a rich man. How am I going to prove it? Just ask some or your neighbors who have been here, or better yet, S 2Z2XZJXEI2X3C T. VK XXEZZXT 2X2Z2X22XZ Mrs. David Urulg and little Khzihelh Sparks returned from Louisville Satutday night. Ml-- s Mt.vkunon, Kv, July 1 1921 Onie Silvers feft Tuesday rorMowfiugG eeu, Ky. where she will t.ikc.i norma! course In short" hand Mi-- s Kosi Gentry and Miss Ai nt'ttu Ox left Sunday to louuv'Ac NfcMvttit R n Co. enter the Richmond Normal School. TIMIJ TAULH. Mrs 'Ik-liLair who i- - north j.23 p m visiting her sister. Mrs.- has been Rainsov 21 north DM5 a m at Indianapolis, Ind, returned .2!) outli. 12:20 p m home Wednesday. 21 South 12:"-- a m Misses Myrtle Hryant, Tabitha Jas. Lanukum, Agent. Ilia It and Julia Land rum left Phone No. 8. Monday for Kichinoi'd to enter Richiiii.nd Normal School, N It N SIGNAL! 0 3X2 MEAT A Kvays Fresh line if vnu use tiie b?st Motor Oil. We sell it. Costs no more , lollllson Motor Co. Tavid Craig, of Mt. Vernon was in Stanford tor a short tune Saturday. He is a prominent irsurance man of Iiis town. will last longer. better service and less gaso- COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF! We are selling shoes, fine and work shoes, in all styles slippers, English lasts, and the broad toe, comfortable ones. Underwear for men and boys, B. V. D. and knit underwear, long sleeves, short sleeves, knee length, ankle length. Hats and caps, collars, ties, shirts, work and fine shirts, in fact, everything you need say, you must have heard about our Suits; it is worth money to see them. mim ' Doast or Steak MT ept Clean IntetiorJouriuil e E"ats Good Vote For JryUS VV. Bill Davis FOE Tlunkiug vou in advance for your support Ropubljcuji Primary, Aug 6. '21 J ' t ASPLKNDID MKDICINIS FOR The featnre attraction of our THE STOMACH AND LIVER Chautauqua for July 4th will bo "Chamberlain's Tablets for the tho Now York play "FRIEND-Lstomach and liver aro splendid. ENEMIUS," Tins will be I never tiro of tolling my friends .Monday night and tho admission Saturday. we. Ic of their qualities," writos Mrs will bo for adults SI and child Mrs Sarah Marot is visiting A littlo grand daughter of loli'n William Vollmer, Eastwood, N.Y ren 50 cents with war tax inChapptll was kicked by a mule lur uaughter Mrs. Henry Cation 11 few days ago When biliqus, constipated or cluded. You would pay from $3 and severely in at rab Orchard. j ''ed. but is reported to bo getj troubled with indigestion, give to $8 for a seat, to seo this play Ju Ige L W liotlinrum wis in Now York. Get your season in Louisville last week on pro li'i,' nlongnicely, them a trial. They will do you ticket now. 3fiMrHwT1ft prft ijH It Dtftil jrj1 u jtiHliKy vVQHr ii'ssiniiir 'lUsiuess. good ,1, nnd Mr. and Mrs. W. h Miss Margaret Fish, of 'r. '' ;. Kirtley of Kansas W. 0. Viarsan fa i y, ' Sc f. . and Mt. Vernon Mrs. J. C. N!.. r. in Lancaster Game Vernon, the attractive sisterMt. of 'n. is visiting his cousin Cm.c, were in town Mouday. Tho Lancaster Nine came to Mrs. liurdette McKenzio, is her over ti?.peud the day with Ct,, W. M. I'oy Mrs. liter. Mt, Von. on Sunday, and until guest during Chautuuqua. l;rol Hiker is out ngam after it Mrs. Sue Untuor. near Harrods-burg- . Mr. Flojd MllVr. Cashier of the 7th inninu good ball was last Sunday. . Interior Jourual f w days q uite 'set ious illness. Peoples Uanlr, was in Louisville played. Tlio game ended howChas It Henderson, wife, and last week on business 15. VV. Keren, L. & N. special WANTED: A cook to do good ever ,in tlio seventh inning agent was hero Monday on busi- family of VVjnslow, Ari.ona, arplain cooking for Restaurant. Mrs. W. A. Cox who has been of a dispute ovor a deness. rived Thursday morning, for a visiting her sister, Mrs, John cision of the umpire. Score 5 to 2 Middle aged woman praferred, relatives 1'rliuesb To .Janus Ikiley of Harboursvillo vacat on withconductor, here. He Fields, nt Stanford, Ky. has re- orcmost aitlstfAta nnd her company, ed by Tliurlow LIcurance, one ot tho 111 favor of Mt, Vernon when Good home and good wages. is .viuilroad of tlio Indian Race, forcjiiost authorities on Indian music, turned home Was lieu Tuesday night between Apply Brodhead Cafe. the t,aine was discoutinued, Mr. and Mrs Dlllant Griuiith ilvos a prosiT.iii at mir Cliautauiiin to present this unique and artistic Mrs. C. 11. White and daughtruiiH. it Indian sons, Registered havo moved from Virginia to vlslonnl dramas. dances, loRondJ and program. All aro collego graduates. Tho Mt. Vonion postoffico reTiielr costumes are gorgeous and Mrs. L V. Murrol is visiting ter May Lillian who havo been tho C. A. Davis place 011 Rich ho"s the Pure LANSING Tliesu talented arllsta wme select ery costly. ceived notco this week that in Mr. and Mis. Cation at Crab spending several weeks with Mr. nioiul street. Bred Short Horn Bull which will the future no mail, cither incomWhiceat Mt, Carmol Illinois, reOichard, Ky bo given awav to some oue 011 ing or outgoing, would bo hand-le- d Mr H. T Young nnd son J. Here July 2-- 7 turned home Sunday night, VV. U faugford and wife on trains 21 and 22, Sundays, tho grounds of tho Mt. Veruou lJreson, motored ovor from were Miss Flora Mae Thompson, dau- Lexington Tuesday. J. Preston in Louisville shopping the first at this point. Fair third dry, Aug. Wo wish to publicly commend Don't forget we do-- all kinds Ho is with W. D. Pavno on ghter of Ernest Thompson who will bo the guest of Austin pirt of tho week, Sheriff Tip Langlord'and Mur-shu- l men of tho county of repair work on all cars. Sparks Durham during the tho H. MeXenzIo and J, H Noe, left hero to become a resident of Somerset Road until July 9th aud J., and other friends for the election Brummettof Urodhead, capChautauqua. Dales & Odoll Stanford merchants, were hero Fineville, Ky. some years ago, is of Karl Phillip to the offico pf then with Georgo S. GrifTm on tured a still and nine barrels of At Johnson's GaVaRQ , Mmuluy afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. FJmer J Lech-leito- r, County Court Clerk visiting tiie family of Mr. G. S. Dixie Uighway until further beor at King's Corner, near Gum We feel that-thsteady gams of Louisville are rejoicing Griffm. Mcfloe, firm Sulphnr, last Friday morning. John Hvsioger on lust Monday, uotice. in ins are uue Mrs., Wm. Poyntcr, Miss Susiu over tho arrival of a daughter, gree to lavorefforts oftn a Inrco cle fel1 Ullder nis nm,Q wh.il0 lendinB Sutton &.Mcneo, was in Louls-,vil.t lie these friends Thompson, Miss Martha Uurdinc born June 22, and christened Dor. and the boys who loirned to htick Her to water and received some tin.' business, Monday. othy Anno. Mr. Lechleiter is an togetliei'during tho recent conflict very painful wounds but is getting Mrs G. T. Johnson nnd son, Mr. D.tvu foyutor and Mr. 0. C Kirtley of Missouri who- Is tlio old Rockcastle hoy. and wh) still relain their spirit of along nicely though still uuabloto William motored to London Sunwalk. guest of the fumily of Mr. Win. loyalty toa "buddv". day end ilmireed Monday. " Tlio cases referred to in Hon. r3Z.. I'oyiiter, nio'ored to Crab Orch Knowing Kirl to be sober, up Mis Nellie Mrcylos has return-e- d ard Sunday and spent thaday W.N. Flippin's letter, in this riht ii'id honorable, Miss Cliceir, of Langdon school tJ' "Vt Unnlents laFluidPrachmj nnd beliov who was called homo to fovm a, pleasant visit at Mt. with Mrs. R. L Thompson anil issue, nro Green and Mio in- iug liim to bo Iho best qualified by tho serious Illness Danville ,'z Vernon '.. . Interior Journal. Miss Tanna Thompson, of her candidate for tli WW1TT1j ofticu stead of Green and lixe. to in.ither, For Infants and Children. ...-1 in to, wn bMwecn which he aspires, we are pleased' You oin buy it for less at LOST: Junior Order pin, find- tm ns hor Out Genuine Ford puns for to .see him Mead, y coming I'lshs Closing Oat Sale. Improving slightly. or please return to Signal office your Ford. front. Know This uriiclo was prepared for Say it with cash if you want publication by his friends and Genuine II m former comruds, and without his the Signal to como to your home MCf. Only Sl.50 por year. knowledgo (I Political adv TTfTniini.-- a PER CENT. )h I Avccciauw ITcparauonwi y similatiii4thcrbo(lbyRuUOr ,MB tin4Uic5tomacKanauoi hr qualifying as Deputy Sliorin, R. I,. Uncord took the following oath, which t)ie Court of Record (.hows is still in force: U If M INDIAN SONGS, LEGENDS AND DANOES. 1 S 1 y 'i 1 George MchTenzic spent Sun day in Stanford. i Our Livingston corrsopoinlont UTjii thd'jilcU list. Chris. Mullins, baitior.Stnnford W.ts hcte Monday. Mrs. S. 11 a.s Marti.i KicliinondjlaHt uti'le Hd'OwenVfrelcht nr ut I.i ii Mn. was hcto Monday Miss .IUirtha Litton is vis tin,' the fuiuily of K II Co.. V. J. wls 1.1 it f mily motors) In Ridhmoi d .Sunday PERSONALS It. COTT T. It. KICIUlfDS (Kate Moore's Stsnd) 81 Mt, Vkrnon, KY Mrs Master Friday. Arthur Hen Aureden and Circuit Court Clerk Everything Spot Cash 'fish's Special kCLOTHES 'VBAW Nothing Charged Te Anyone mens and Boys Waror who have been visiting Mrs. W. Hichards, returned home Furnish Phone &RNONjk Outfitter We Mrs. H. c. Wcs'inyor, who has been the guest of her sister, Mik L M Miller for some weeks re Ml- - l H UMlitn- - r,f MlPornwil turned to her liome in Cindimiiti fill i, with his lamilr hero this cattle. See us buy b.ef THE HOME OK II ART SCIIAFFNBRife MARX & FISH'S SPECIAL CLOTHES Chautauqua Week, lO-n--12. of-th- Ut ! - CASTORIA Castoria fmmwMmmwi KMCHK will '"juiother T May. " ri Mothers That I 1 .:'r .... " I do holoninly swear that I , One Measure of a M an s Always Bears the of m. aud tho Constitution of tins' Coiuinojuoaltli.and be faithful and true to tho Common wealth of Kentucky so long as 1 continue- a citizen thereof, ami that I will faithfully oxceute, to. tho bout of my ability, the office of Doputv Sheriff according to law; nnd 1 do fuiihcr solemnly swear that sinco thendoption of tho present Constitution I, eing a cIUotii of th(s state,, havo not fought 0 duel with doadlv weapons within thiH stato, nor out of it, nor have I sont or accepted u challenge- to fight a duel with deadly weapons, nor have I acted ns second in tarrying a challenge, nor aidedor assistod any any person thus offending' so help me God. " , 1 - suppirt the Constitution of the United States AbiWy To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account Tito mnii who consistently and regularly adds to his savings invites conlideuco, Tlio frugal nml thrifty man iiiuls n ready extension of credit whou ho needs it. Kvoryono should suvo a portion of liis earnings. ban' .' to you the advantage of our Uur facilities, which will inako saving easier. We pay interest on timo deposits. OS. Tf.orchvPramotinSDiioU1 bignature I cl.hcrOnittm.Morpto iimcrm. MZrEfiSSSaaal Anna bu'w"i Air T j .U.A Y . Iff 4Lilm ,)sSr ;i v.- stump he will not serve any papers tinilor tho present administration, thqugji ho yUs himself pf the noteciion given a Deputy Shorltf After being sworn in as Deputy SliorilT, April 10 iol9 ho qualified and sorVed ns foreman ot petty jury, May iO, 191!), louving Grand Jury, which was uccdiiii; tho vholo forcoto aerie summons uud bonch warraits, to get along without his Help though ho says if you will promoio him to High Sheriir, ho will thou runko a good Mr. Lnnuford ?ays from tho 11 i 1 m 'er&s K!5?e "ttg 1 i..i.,r..iPi-mcdvfo- r Cons paUnndDlarrWXi; I "ToSSOFSLEEt'.., !m,di!nihcrcfrom miM;; V m Tni Hior ollicor and consider the nboveoath.bindiug. Kit? Jw Political Advertising. VS KElVJn Exact Copy of Wrapper. 'thirty TMl CCMTAUftCOUPANr Years M 4 ! BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Niceloy, CASTORIA MCW rO President. W. L. .Richards, Cashier. i CITY. HI Bull-Do- g Grace 1 AT T .. c and Utile lva Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized Officer Who Found Peace Dull -- I by CYRIL McNEILE -- SAFI'UK- H.LUSTRATIONS DY IRWIN MYERS lopf HiM by Um. 11. Vorta LA "Tlu" ocenp.liit of 11 nir I hardly likemil'. Ii lie?" li" ly to linm.v l to "I'm iifmlil I K"t iih iix jou went past. Imt Ilikely jimr ninlle nil rlslit. Are on to In' lonir. Iiecnuie If m, I'll Mop m eiiBlnoV" Tlie other innii vvn now itpprimrli-Iii- k oiHiinlly, nml Pruniiiioinl repinleil littn ciiunlly. "A frli'iiil of our little I'lilll. Peterson," nnlil I.uklngtoii, ni lie cnine tip. Ileuton'i Is, "Any friend of Ml with n I hope, ours" onlil IVten-o"You've known her n long cmlle. tlnu, I export?" "Quite n long time," returned Hush. "We luivc Jawed tosether on many nnmimoiHl iimtilt'il pli'itS'inlly. fn!t occmloin." "Whleli ninl.es It nil the more that we xhouhl Iiiivi- "I nin'l vmi," Mihl IVterwm. help thliiklns, Liiklnaton, Hint that new rhnuffeur Is u lilt of n fool." "I hope he nvntileit the crash nil richt." inurniureil nnnntnniul politely. Itotli men looked at hlni. "The irnh!" Mild LakliiKton. 'There was no ipiestlon of a trash. We Just" ON 13 DOLLAR SAVKD REPRKstopped." "I SENTsj TKN DOLLARS KAKN-ED- . "Iteally," remarked Drunmiond. think, sir, that jou must he rlKlit In loft Saturday for Washington where they will spend Mis. Attluir Hurst tho summer has been very sick for several A baby gill has recently days, rivt'il at tho Imne of Dillard Say in lor and wife also a boy at thu lininp of Arthur IV.nder and wife, 1) b Adams aid Andy Sargent wen1 In Hurl tit last week. Uncle Joe Sn, ill) who has b'en In tha hcVpitul at Dumilln Tor s vorui weeks returned home last weei. and stems to ho getting n'onji HysniRorUon the nicely .'.-Motris Fiiib sick list this week. has moved Ins family to the prop crty of K. J Smith Jim Adams was with friends near Mt Vornou Sunday. Tip Langfoid was here from Mt. Vernon tho first of tlu week I'.arlu IMiilliin was thru here attain this week and judging by rumors of the past few days he is on gaining ground, mid it seems as though ho is goirg to win.! Little Anna Berry is vcrj A Mr Mc Melt with dipthetin. Cracuen purchased a farm from Undo Jim Lucas fortfStkO Mat tie Loviugs underwent an otwra tlon at Robison Hospital, Herea Saturday, having her tonsils te- moved. Dr. Gtavely was called here from Brodhead Tuesday to see MrsWG Capps who continIidd Turner has ues verv stok just returned from Jack on whore no has been spending a few iliijs. Win. Pains Were Terrific K K "S B. ft Rend how Mrs. Albert GrcRory, of R. V. D. No. 1, lilntord, III., got rldol I her ills. ;'Duilng wa9 awfully mak . . . My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. llic ... ft OARDU TAKE pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressure of my nanus on tnc tower art ot my stomaru . . . simply felt as II life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, lie came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for sonic Cardul for mc to try. bcarlng-dow- n The Woman's Tonic "I took it (alllifulty and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Orcgory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and slrong.and myself thank God am once more lialc and hearty, can walk do my work, miles, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. '"All I owe to Cardui." Tor many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiarto women. - jour dlngnooU of goads wero Nancy Morris was the gt o t of Nellio.Frederick Sunday Clifford Pitman and wife were guests of Jack Mullins and wife Sunday Burt Daker asd fatrily of Bowling Green arc visiting the family of J. V. Morris James Morris has returned home after Isabel Cum aiuonths vacation inins of Mt.Verncn is staying with her sister Mrs. C. B. Nicely. Continued next week. Nellie Frederick, Lnna and Flora LouihVilIo's claim to vein", vlie Smith were iu Mt. Vernon Satur greatest spring lamb market of day shopping Rebecca Smith the world is rapidly leing and Mis Will Owens were guests in figures of sales at of Mrs.G. W Frederick Satur the Bourbon Stock Yard this jor day. Please remember the sing, All records of iho past four years iug on Wednesday night. arc btlns broken by shipiueii's A liberal reward is offered for from iho South into tits stockyards tho re. In connect inn with the arrest of tho person or poithe drmana for high grade lambs, sons who broko into my store at the Louisville Stock Exchange is Pine Hill on tho night of Juno uctivoly engaged iu promoting the tho 16th, or the return of the Federal Government's campaign watches taken at tho time. Tho for better bred and more meat watches are descritx.d as follows: animals. A second Farmer's BetJ 16 sizo Hunting caso, gold filled, ter Siro Sale will be held at the Duob case, 10302015. m'vement Hourbon Stock Yards, August 11 no. 21890782, Is jtwd, -- 0 years when 200 pure bred bucks and Elgin. 16 size open fate, case no ewes and 2,000 high grade ewes Dueb, g.ld filled. 2o years, will be sold. tSjowel, movement No. 937239, Request will be made to have Bend. John Bailey, who killod Beverly South 16 slzo open faco , Caso Vo. White, in Knox County, returned gold filled, lo .years, 7 to Alt. Vernon, tho Court of Ap 4796926, movement No. 495948 jowel, peals having deeded in tavor of Standard Polico Judge W. H. Carmlcul in Now York Lndlos watch size 00 caso No his fight for jurisdiction to bear Dueb, 7 10817361 caso No. motion for bail. Bailey bad been jowel, gold filled, 2o year, movedenied ball, nud the motion before Hampden. Judge Carmical was ooposed by ment No. 349K310, W. A, Cromer counsel for tho common wealth Pine Hill. Ky. and a writ of prohibition asked, us-e- d which the Court of Appeals ref Rcadcje to grant. Bailey was removed to the jail'ln Loulsvillo when tho mutter was taken to tho Court of Appeals. At ternay - t - Law nil of the household mentnlit'." He turned courteously to Roes "When aomethlni; 1'eter.on. wrong, for n fellah to stop his car, hy braking so hard that he locks Imtli back wheels. Is no lion, as we used to say In France. I thousht, JikIkIuk hy the tracks In the- - dust, that jou mut lmve been In Imminent danger r of rammliiK a traction enclne. I If I could help your man." he toutlnued. "I'm u hit of nil expert with u Itolls." "How ery kind of jou," nld Peterson. "I'll eo and see." He went mer to the man nnd spoke a few words "Isn't It extraordinary," rnn.irked Uucli, "how the eje nt the boss the nvoriiKe man Into nctlv-ItAs lone, probably, lis Sir. Peter-bo- n had remained here tnlkiiiK. that chauffeur would hae Rone on tinkering with the eiiRlne. And now look, In a second all tereue. And jet I dare say Mr. Peterson knows nothing about It really. Just the watching eje. Mr. Ijiklnston. Wonderful thins the human optic." He rambled on with n genial smile, watching with apparent Interest the enr In front. "Wljo'ji the quaint bird sitting beside the chauffeur? He apWish to peals to me luimensel.v. heaven I'd had u few more like him In France to turn Into snipers." "May I ask why jou think he would hne been n success at the Job?" l,ak Ingtou's olce expiessed nieiely perfunctory Interest, but Ids cold, steelj ejes were Uxcd on Drummond. "He's so motionless," answered "The hally fellow hasn't Hush. ini i eil a muscle since I've been here. I believe he'd sit on u hornet's nest, and leave the Inmates guessing. Great gift, Mr. Laklngton. Shows n strength of will but rarely met with a mind which rises above mere vulgar curiosity." "It Is undoubtedly a great gift to huve such a mind. Captain Drummond." said I.akluston. "And If It Isn't born In n man, he should most certainly try to cultivate It. Shall we he seeing jou this evening?" his shoulders. nriiiniiinnil "I'm the vnguM man that ever lived," won-de- jour ehuulTeur's Tho averago man does not save to exceed ton per cent of his earnings. Ho must spend nine dollars in living expenses for That being every dollar M.v.'d thee se iiGcmuot be too carof ul expenses. about unnecessary Very often a few cents properly Invested, like buying .seeds for his tiardon, will savo seveial dollars out'ay later an. It is the same in buving Chamborlaiu's Colic and Diarthoea Remedy. It costs but a few cents, und a bot tie of it in iho house ofttn savo a doctor's bill of several dollars. BURR NEWS child of Hell Iloto 1 was thrown from a tmile Sunday There is and moke her arm singing at Now Chesnut Ridge school house evrv Wednesday also Sunday School on Sundav at 2 p in. The widow of Rev Griffie is visitiugWm. Owens and Mary Durham of Mt. Ver wile non was a charming guest of Nell A small tc Frederick Sunday evening. Djii Hurke.'s hntise caught on firo Monday and burned do.vn and burnrd. Militarj Training Camp, was de- - A . . 8 o'clock IU e(l livc.ed by the late luaional coin- OCllOOl PM uiamk-- a few Iiuum before ho " 8 o'clock met deathin an antoni, bile acct- PM dent nl Iiuiianapol's "1 come to l iIiii'IiimwI Ml- - f! ton" -- , . . , ,, ., ... i . J I .t .....; II.. il. T .!!.. "as one of those thousands of r.veryimiiy is nivneu to nuunu tiiuso ineeuiigs, especially uiu iauiea. in o he I also invite my opponents to bo presont, as 1 .shall not say anything I don't want tlieratohear I K1n...t D.. mm !..!.. llie Americans who went ' wn I...,. niuilililj infill .!. world war without the beuiflt of iiii.sier iasous ucgreo was con. a training Ciinp. We believe in ferred upan, Hmest V Ilulloolc. preparing the young in jn of this ' William II. Davis, Ailio Ksiim, country for citieiislup. Apart M0G11I10 nnd Joo B. Mclveivio of tins citizenship consists of be- To the officers and diiectors with us,' (Carl. Brown of Quail in Ashland Lodge 040 V iS: A M ing ruidy to defend our country ,,f thu Mt Vernon Fiir Associa- - nd I) and saw lhat we got overv Accept Copies of tioii. Mt. Vernon. Ky. in the time of need.' thing we needed' and I want to Johnson M. nor Co No Substitutes thopeech are beiun foiwuided Getilleineii: say that Rockcastle County County Agent Spelire and Dr. to tho posts from the national - would Le a dead one without I feul that I ain under obligafor Pollt of the State University ex headquattots of tho Lvgi-nt lions lo y0 for ,ho j,erost this man Spence. pertinent Station wero in the Indianapolis Thanking you for this kind 'shown In sending mo to Junior I county Inst wcelc lookii'K nfler A tuovrinent lias l.een .started jub week at Lexington lust week fvor in sending me to Loxington Vesla Blair continu-- s vciy ill discard stock They wre call by a number of iiums of the 1 miw ninny nretty things and and assuring you that I am a BLACK-DRAUBHT Much sympathy is extended' 'd to P'red'Hradloy's.. place near American legion to have the much prelty country on my trip, booster for your Fair and ready! A mum an When wo luided at thu Stution to render any assistance 1 can in H 0 Th unas's family in the losr Marelbujg and found one ofhN body of the uiuiio.vii I remain, luck from of their little daughter llnze), who! cows with nil indications of soldier, lo mi brou-'l- u Mondav June aoMi He Hoy helping others. Tlioy oImi viiti'l I'Vanee, buned ui.der the doun'';cuuts were Ch j tubrrculosij. Very truly, died of infection lat week. there to tike us up Vegetable .1 Ii, M. Hovard of the Xaliiinal eapilol iistrad of I,, the state University where Roscoe Proctor. ristiati Education Diy was nbor the furin of 1'0-iLivingtO'i nud found kiidc in A rl iigt-- National Ce.uelor . w() IL,t.rCtl for u,e Wec!c . Wo ved at Fnirview S S Suudav.ntd a silendid pngram tendeicd in "f (len nfllkted with vomelliillu Tie to i'iu Wiulungti'ii po,t were ono week in tho boys Gym 1N MKMORIAM This i only u part li.is mi., intcdti ctinimitteo ll(. eonneclion with this vvirk A v. ry 1'1' ciiolera F.t In loving rotiicinbiunee of our ESQ fnrmulilo iiutl have ininuiuced iiiiotum Aiier supper wo had helpful mm was Riven by b. F. f lll w rk our County Ag-- nt is in Cnigte.--s a reo'u'i n thang- - Vesper scrvico and then a good dear wife and sister, Mrs AlzaJ Hownmnof Mi. Vernon- .- Flora roady and willine; to do and r ingtheplaceofbiir.il. L, fol. ,lu m.,ht- - 'e wro Urown Owens who was laid to DEATH CHKATS THE LA W.I Qirniii. h.w rMini-ii-tiimn iii u.iwi. advise any farmer who has any awakened each morning by taps rest one y.ar ago today. Will Welch, of Andorson WANTED Salesmen r Uernstadt after several weeks larm or live siock prooTinsio .. .n.. I Kill. .....1 n - .. I ll 1 ... A cherished out from u has -I m county, ouo of tho threo men in gel in touch willi our County o,oi)(i iiiiiu nuiuaiiii:i.u lire ciji null Ull uau il uiiti.i imiii mm stay with friends at Snider. gone, reyuiir holdier drill for about j.til at Harrodsbttrg, charged .try S10O.OO weekly with extra Rev, W E. Kix accompanied by Agent at once. Ho is join frici-thirty minutes bofore breakfast. Tho one wo loved so well, with robbing the Farmer Bank commissions. his family of flerea attend d ser- - and you should us: him. And just how much wo miss ot Salvisa last Thursday, died After breikftst w.' had eight ice hero Sunday ., Several from COWAN TIIUC & RUHHHR CO. her, 'classes a d y on so!ls. uiaoliiti- lime attended the circus at Biiea Tuesday at tho. jail. Physicians IJox 781, Chicago, Illinois ery of nil kind-:- , water works, is more than tongue can toll. Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs Win who had iiccn in attendance said FOR FLETCHER'S Rich had visitors from Winchesnature study and u great many death was due to poison fror Heavenly Masterealied Tho ter, Sunday. other impottaiit things. poor whisky. Interior Journal. her, . Thero will le work nt the Rod All toe Club Hoys and Girls lie clnimcd her as his own, Hill public Hnrial Iroutui LADY AGENTS WANTED Juiy , tor all lo do it you nave in lliw .sccitot' ami i miiuk an And now she dwells- with in this county to hnndlo our line auv reliuives. iri"iuts or r.eign over tao county are planning in Angels. of Lady Love Toilet preparation! bors '!m have answered the call ' UMl a great niiny thingsat Hesule the great white throne. to await , and their rsmnius hid Easy work. Largest commission! VHRN'ON AUO. FAIR the renin ectinn dav you are ni-- ,1 Lady Lovo Perfume Co., Sad hearts she left behind her, " appreciate 10 1M2 d veil to l.o present If you are lyto 1912 Linden st. To plod lifo's weary way. nptiuildniR nml bcnulifying the hour Association letting us in To prepare ourselves ito meet Cincinnati, Ohio. resting place nf our dead 'ou nfe I Preo nt your Fair. 1 want to say -- Norwood Station her, also urped This is for all Theiv (,on f(j. om. wt (f u hml n(U Who took her homo to stay. vvri ue npi iiiii'i .s ii'ni ii i.u,-- i r ii. Mr. Cojnty Agent occupv the timn from n.oou m. efficient And when our journey's ended to iii no. Then dinner 1 hr. and Spence I would not bo as much in farm life as I am And all our troublo o'er, 2(1111 Interested probably more sor.ices until For fnfrnts and Children We liopo in Heaven to meet her when 'vok will begin again Kvery today. I have been a club mem. Years In Use For Over liotlv come. men. women und ber for five, years and I think And dwell forever moreT .al.tl.1 ...... "'"-""""- . i, ic uiiiuiiiii iiiiur; i"""!.' n Kivnufitiili i"ia ., i"" I,u,, work a farm boy tier lonely husband, laughter, Always bcirs i" uk"i i. ..!,.. ... III .1;.,.,.. ,,,,i . ri., iinu th: v. IIUUIIUIS lllii'iii niwi I""l brother. Slgnatu.t of nnd busli blades, or girl can Uo Mr Spiiico was father, sisters and of rot foe. hoes, a few piicli fonts, m n:t something to eat and work with Coinn lots spend a pleasant div togelhor. Talk, Inugli, sirg talk: country office seekers nl t lie same (Convenient to Cincinnati) tinio, uvbuild Meet your neigh bars, friends, enemas and candi dates at Red Hill Ceiuetrv July 8, 1921 early in tho morning and stay all day. Tho Ilockcastlo County Sun day Sehrol ASMicUtion was last week byn, rtprnsriio live from tlie Malo nssoei.illiiii. The tlii'ers and hii erinUti - uts of the various (1uiiart incuts are ns follows: I'rosidi'ut Ml. C. O Davis Vico President Mr I. T, Meadows Si'tv and Treus Miss Lou ie Liindrum Si it of Adult , Mr. S. T Proet. r, t Sttpt of Young Peoples Mr. Lewis Miller. Supt. of ChllilrfiH' Dept. Mi-- s Dcssin Niceloy. Supt, of Mlucatloinl Dept. Rev. If, N. Hiirneit. Supt. 01 Homo IJjpt Mr K H. Cox. Supt of Administration Dept. Mrs. Cleo Urnwn. 'conecniliig Information iwrrk in the dlffcronl depart ineuts, unto to tlu .various siiperint'tiilonU nil of jivlinin iu Mt. Vernon. At tho first tnietlni! of lie exi'cr.tivc coinmitti., plans were made for a cotiiiU S ludav Tho Convention is Convention tJ be held at Mt. Vernon Christian Church Sent. 10. I02L The work of the county nsfo:iatinn is and we hope t Interdenominational, verv Sucday School in the , t'at county wilKetin repress tatives to the convention and nlsn n report of tho wotk done in the pist yea'. If cucli person Will put hi .shoulder to thu wheel and push, Rockcastle c an have tl'e greatest couveiitioi1 iu the slate of Kentucky, nnd not only the greatest convention but the best Sunday Schools. Df-pt- AN ELOQUENT SPEAKER. PUBLIC SP5AKIHG JTTDGrE County Judge at the following places : - IK-p- I Jr. Churlcs C .Ichsoo, who Ice linos at our Chiiiitniiiiui m "Dcnin rrncy, Dlvlnn nnd Ucvlllsh," enmes her ihled im nuo of the moil cloiiuunt uppaKcrs nf the htform. Will address the voters of Rockcastle County in the interest of his,, I candidacy tor the Republican nomination for MS PM PM PM Here Chautauqua Week July2-7- " 1 will be unable to gel n roil. id to see every Rtpublictn voiei In ul now nud tho the County August Priiuiiry, nnd take this menus of 0 0 ting jour Mtppott in my race fin" the ihmd (nation fori .Inilur on election day. Mrs Hllen Price, for Jailer. posts tlitou-gho- ut I Tues JULY 5 Scaffold Cane School House, Wed JULY 6 Freedom School House Thur JULY 7 American Legion Fri JULY 8 UNION School House, litod Suto the read the last public speecli Sat JULY 9 Galbraith nt their Blue Springs School House, Fourth of July celebrations. The House Tues JULY 12 speech pica Icr the Citizen's Cites Branch School U COVE School House, 8 o'clock 8 o'clock 8 o'clock 8 o'cloek will PM 01 8 o'clock Col. F V. PM 8 o'clock 11 laU'VieW jLiOUSe, r I3Uffalo ScllOOl HOUSe. JULY 14 lO Ffl JULY 15 PM lllil-.lill- v Cardui BOONE aBDDDDDDBBDaa g ' 0 a Thedford's S Purely ' I r I Liver Medicine gjaQaBBanaaaBP r- Children Cry CASTORIA "gauley" - rr CASTORIA 30 Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at s k LATONIA June 4th to July 9th Stakes; ixitcmi uxeicir SftturdAy, Jan utOMii Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank ' l 1085-806- ttifuia tiuit itnr 4th StuiJr, Jvu uictsTtr SfttUf Itth Jy, Jun UOl IMOICir tmm Tlie unusually high class of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the finest sport in its history. KIIIIIEI Till? SA1K KVI5RYWIIRRK The editor of Paisn Akhcnr, a natlvo ncwupapnr of f.ahoro, In dla, bays, "I havo used Chamber's Colic and Diarrhoea Remnmong my edy tinny tiino. children and servants, for colic and dUrrhyca and always found it offeclive." AGENTS WANTED nnt n laily or kmiUViiuhi njcent fur. tlie cf ituliie J, It. Watklm 1'rojiulii In Mt. A lit; 0 Vernon mil utlier varnnt liortiinily forany Inutlrr. Wrlto to.lay for free aiul auil free parllculum of our won. ikrful oiler, J, It, Watkliu Co., U3 Weal. iliU, Turn. Wo Meeaiiso it is YOU 11 homo bank. Bi'caiiso its ollieors and directors are-alaro all known to you, homo AND AUK YOU 11 FKIBND3. IJeeausu your friiuls aro inoro vitally interested in YOUK welfare than others can possibly bo. Hecanso tho bank is conducted 011 safe and sound business principles, and takes no chaucos with othor people's money. Saturday, Jan BiioiD TIN IIOECI ISth mm SatunJjr, Jua ltth IAN0IC1T Satuidftj, Jun 25Ui UIIHU OUS tun. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you $S0,000.oo Floyd Miller, Cashier TheSignal Saturday. July ctKcmMii Zaat Tiorir Saturday, July ln& MltrUtUCE HMICif M.oJ.y. July 4th C. C WILLIAMS Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated Tf&3r&X&$&i!X& ATTOKNKY AT LAW ... MT VUHNON. KY '"ill practice fn U the .ourtd v,' Ulnce on ninxi L. W. BETHURUA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C A ST.O Z? A J - Mt. Vernon, Ky. Will practice In all the Courts, Stute and I'l'deml Olltceon Chuich Street. IMia ItOKf UNDIClr Saturday, July lh Latonia, Ky., Course U.G.Uidicr, President Peoples Bank Capital Surplus $12,000.00 hj&&fayt$&&& & - 4- s.