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Mount Vernon signal: July 15, 1921 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 mou1921071501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 15, 1921 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ".XU - T?5ygjg?y!''wifri'"'-rW- ' ""awyrr tyiw'" J rish Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway Ufa mil No 38 - " FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" imifti Jppitl Li . CentrallyXocated' between ajsr'1 k Cincinnati, Knoxville and Louisville : 1 Established J 887 34th Year Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky 3! ft K ) -. -i . Friday Ailernoon, i-. 3XI&3XEEXI2XEZ2XIIXi2ajFor a Better Kenttfdky i r f; - : July J5. 1921 ' Price W p.QUI lH ADVANCj v. " vbh s VOTE FOR 1 m tsmmmmH'i i; lip w ijIM J - ri "V : VOTE FOR I R. L Langfor v? ! H FOB High Sheriff ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KEl'UllL.IOANKftllMAllY AUGUST G, I mammMM tS f BALL XX for it ir-Cil- !" IHHr&tV AFmM ,"p rsi iT'lill m.i pj Republican Primary, August 6, 1921 a rib u. g. g ' ir fora '5H -- 1921 JohnRPigg Uepublican Candidate t ft I tie m m Laure and Rockcastle Counl3f, um.r "'v,c,-solicits jw... a.i..r.nrr I'niiiAry, Auc. 6th '4L Kepresentative fjpT S lA Taylor " j : if a will V ilk there is a way. " HAVEbeon a 'ropubhean all my life, voting the Republican ticket and giving both my tltno and money for thq advancement of the Republican party. I ara a native of Roclccastlo County.. My parents died when i was quite younj, and, I just ' growed up 'jut Brush Creek. I never wont to school until after I was fourteen years of age. Then realizing tho need ot an education I took the Lincoln way going to the tree schools and studying my books often untllafter midnight. Later I partly finished ray education at Berea College, working my way through. My efforts to get an education were the efforts of the Homeless Boy who did not have a dollar, using the old slogan, " where there s I met with some succss. T " V -- jfK&u R.L. LANCFORD for Sheriff 5 Tommy j . for JAILER g. ?J"V i 1 -- 4 J0S1AH CUMMINS D 1 KA LAMBERT awJUfrMf. o. ..:.. . B. tlVt IU ONt AT BURNS1DE ,. : r5i KJ'HRi A: v - : V U T IES J. ii ! Afpdavif of R, L 1 1 LANGFORD STATE OF KENTUCKY ss COUNTY OK ROCKCASTLE The affiant, li. L. Laimford. states on oath. any gang, clique or clan, and that furthermore aid not tied up or slated with 1 am making tli's race on my own merits and not on the demerits of others. Furthorinoio, ceitain fliiju.es and clans aio heralding the Hlogau, "It's Daves Time". Now I have contended at all times, ''It's The Peoples Time", and to the Kopitbliriii voters of this County, I am looking for my support. No cliques, clans o"r rings havo any strings on me and they will not have. shall not ho, s & 0. In the beginning of my campaign, I was told by some leaders of the court houso.gang that it wouldn't do for ms to run, that thoy bad promised Dave, and that my time would come later, I told thoui l was a free man and that I would tnke my caho to the good Republican incii and women of this county and seo what they said about it. It, L. LANUKOKD SuWriliu't ami Mvurn to Ixfuic lim liy R I,. I.RUKfurd, July 1'.', llhil. W, II. l'Uli N. I. R. C. My coiiimissiun cxplniH Jan. 11, 1922' MenKwoinen, voters of Rockcastle, arise in your might and lets clean house and make our County a good clean placo to livo in, Yours for a bettor IlookcAstlo and clean politics. Your friend, It. L. Longford, ' rvi 4 i -- TVTTvr-r r a VOTE FOR THE Soldiers' Widow M MRS. LELIA MAY COOPER f u 1 for - f k, County Court Clerk She Is a Christian woman and advocates a square deal all the way 'round and don't resort to talking slighty about' Let's put And she can do the work. her opponents. her in this time. Adv, 11 LIVESAY U FOR O JAILER nnd enthusiastic crowd of KtsbuljJjcansnit Lloyd's Theater . here this cveninc in the interest He of hi candidacy for to cast upon his administration. I lie oillce of Judge. He read the statement of Judge Flip Cucuit was introduced bv Dr. T. L pitt, the Common wealth's AttorGaiiib.m, who presided as chair ney?.!) which Judge Plippin statman of the meeting. Dr. Gainb- - ed that the criticism of Judgo lin was at l)is best and in nib Bethurum's record was unjust to happy style introduced the him, and til it thero was no merit speaker in the following lang- whatever in any of it. He deplored tho f ict that ho was competed uage! man who would "My neighbor; I va& pro.,, 10 run agaiiibt a unmanly and dishero u few nights ago ai resort lo such ent the speal-ini- r of Judge Uethur-urn'- s honorable means to injure his opponent, and being pros opponent, but with great earnintellie.ic, 1 was requested to mtio. estness tUclaied that the thinking peoplo of duee the I gent und light speaker, which agrcid to do, without intending the 'dibtrict rcsentid this retheir intelligence fo convoy the impression that 1 flection upon would support tins caudiaato. ant would be found doing so at Since that liuio I notieud .11 the the polls in such numbers that sheet that is nipjioi tit g Judge thore would be no question as to Keunedy at Somerset an article how this election would go on in which It is said that I acted Augun 6th He referred to the untruthful as chairman of that meeting and of the speakers as the friend and supporter of charre that one for Kennedy made hero sonio few Kennedy, and it ir.es tJ leave tho impulsion that I am now days ago to the effect that he had pay ft r him. Kiii'iids, I want it dis- - opposed the twice day fur tho labotiug tut.ii, and ooti thai l am iincuy uiiiurs supporter ot Jituge uotliuruui in denounced this as a wilful, mali this race for Circuit Judge. Ho cious trumped up falsehood made ib honest; lie is impartial, and is tor the purpose 01 deceiving tho an able Judge, and always stands laboring men of this district. He by the Republican party. I shall said that in tho face of this men of never support a man for onice charge, the laboring that goes, out and makes speeehts homorsot, who were convcant for tho Democratic ticket. I am with tho Judges record on labor, a Republican that believes in ns an organiatiou, had endorsed and had call standing by the, faith, and In Mm for supporting candidates that have ed upon the good people of the been true to tho party. 1 know district to join them in this tight that Judgo Belhurum is that for a clean judiciary, and justice sort ot a Republican, and that for tho man who labors with his his opponent has biokeu away hands. He said that these men and fought our party, and know know that ho sympathizes with ing thcbc tilings, it becomes my the men who earn their living by duty to do all 1 cun for Judgo the sweat of their brows, and lietliurum. I have tho honor to that when a candidato for U. S. introduce the present und uoxt Senator in i'Ji8, ho strongly en Cucuit Judjje of tjiis district.wiio dorsed tho principle of orguniza will now addioss you." tions as applied to labor, and Judge Betliuruiu spoko for said that he had always stood over au hour, und with telling for this principle, and would seo ufTcct tore to slucds tho silly to it that the laboring muu is charges bib opponent is making given justice in his courts as had ngaiusth tu, aud deiuoustiated to beon done in the past. It is sifu the satisfaction of tlio great to say that Burnsido, always a crowd assembled that his oppon Belhurum stronghold, will givo ent is an expert mudslinger, and him ut lcst dive to one in the this buiinr his' chief stuck In trade coming primary. Tho peoplo defeat foi liini UnlidiiliiL.lv innvit. hero will not stand for a notori- able in the owing primary. ous holter llko Kennedy fo r tho luduo Hothuruiii nnum n nlourMiIgh otlioa of Circuit Judge. ...... . . .. r.- rf ". ... that his accord Is free fiom Je- - oomersct wouimonwcaiiu, sorved criticism, and showed how untruthful uro the charges, FOR FLETCHER'S mid how unjust tho reductions that his opponent is trying to Jtido urm; uuinaiue is.y., juiy L', ag2i'J. lietluuutn spoke ioSa. . fssa&Sfc.: Vk 9i' Mfc T " T. BALL. ro. t PW'PwMBaWlBMtlMitMiiee,i mJ.uuii.h V I have been one of Rockcastle's scnool toacbers for twenty years I solicit your snpport on my qualifications, I passed the examinations required by law tor Circuit Court Clerk. I havo had a college course in book keeping: If you had a business of your own that required a book keeper you would advertise to get one and from tho applicants fcr the job you would select the man best qualified to look after your interest. Thero is no reason why you should not do the same in voting for a man to be your Circuit Court Clerk. Ajvon't-yorecognize my ojiaJiheationsanacastyour vote for mef Neither of my opponents had to strive for au'bducatlon line I did. Whilo (Little) Bill was getting an education his Papa was Superintendent of Schools for Rockcastle County, terms, and there has boon a Divis in offl:a almost all the timo since then. There is one now. Won't you let Billie wait a little bngor? While Jesse DUotd was being raised and geitiag what he calls an education his father was drawing public mouey from your county sea', for being a piHcomati, aud he is still Mt. Vernon's Pollcomin. I have given you tho facts draw your own conclusions.My case is in your ' hands. Will thank you for your support in this Campaign. Yours for abetter Rock-istl-- 1 ' '-' . u for-twc. 1 . if - 1 i I - --'- " - Respectfully, ' - . ... t if--&.- . . . .J. izmUd tMiHKi illHHfeK-, -I V .. rJWh. . ,. , , i,4'' 1 r - Vote ForMay Coopor Mamma Mrs. Leila Count Court Clonk August 6. Kepulilican Primary for , e Tliore aro four men asking and plead'ng to you, With all their stories and niudsliiigiug too, That thoy are puny and needy too, Let them keep doing tho work men can do. Our papa is dead and it is left to you, To help us, seo this primary through, Voto for mamma, please, won't you ? We'll always love you if yon do. Papa was a Republican and a Soldier too, Muiunia is a Republican of tho truest blue, She will keep tho books correct for you, So please help usj get our mamma through. Thanking you all through and through, Your little friends, Annie Muy and Leonard Coopor. r ONE DOLLAR SAVKD REPRE Very often a fow cents properly SENTS TEN DOLLARS EARN- Invested, like buying seeds for his gardon, will savo 'several ED. Tho ivvorago man doosuot suvo dollars out'ay later on, It is the to exceed ton per cent of his same la buying Chamborlain's earnings. Ho must spend nine collo and Diarrhooa Romedy. It dollars iu living oxponsos fo nd bot' '", l fow "onts' every dollar saved. That be.ng' 1' ln tho houso often saves ho cannot be too careful the che unnecessary about expenses', a doctor's bill of sivowl d)llAM .... ' ... Children Ory CAS.TORIA t'ef "' jU J I' o r IV l &rsmMmnrTtmj2&m&ii wmisw-'"'- .:f,&- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL , MOUNT VKNNUiV, KY iitfrnl 1 s Would Go .KKIDAY. JULY Kjr. l'-o1ln 15 mm I 1921 inattrr. lh Mt Vrrnen, Mroinl.ciim K Published every Friday by A. MILLER I'or Jailor ANX()l'X('i:.1ir.NT We are ntitliot lcil to mnmciee Hibjcot to ill? action of tlic K jpubliuiui Putty nt next August l'i Imiry, From House To House IVniijv'Ut' Fanner Wants To (Jo From Ilttn-- c To Mouse Anil Toll livervboily Alxnit Tun'lac r If l it ti si lui y with ilit nit fut itittiip) I itiiHIMI mt I I I'HI II llll IIMUII J" house tn house and tell tliu people about T'lttlai.'," Mid A I.' Livi fjstoii, i w t, Ifu i.v t f.irmnr llvl.iif i.c.ir Asi.luid v'ity, Tiiiu I had stout icli an kid toy tl'iilll)li and si) lie ted lorn fill w'Mi my. back iiud side Th doctor could do nothing Tor me so-- 1 wiote to it fneitd of ir.ine at Nishvill iilmiii Tuilio and he a I vised me lo Iry it, suviuir he had lie. ml m in my fuvoiatde r,e- ports shout it mid sent mo a bo. I'nr Circuit Judge. it. j. nrrmmi m IM.I.HN I'lUCIv V. M. MeNKW, WILLIAM ARNOLD Ir. WADli II. I. IV US AY ISOM It SAYI.OIt, JOHNNY CLONT?. MONROK M. MII.I.I:R JIis. Ways and Means v II. C. KKNNKIIV. I'or CiriMiil Cum t Clerk. I.II.'II.UTOM TAM.OI! JOHNC. HOWARD IVr Magistrate Jst District. T. J, HAM. W. T. (HILL) DAVIS, v. ii. kicmom f. Two ways to P. jj sell things these days: ( I'or MngUtrulc t'tnl District. HARRISON ('. KlKliY . John w maih.or W. IIUI.LOCIC JliSSK M. DKIIQRD For County Court Cleik. K. J. McKINNKV, KAR1.K I'HII.I.II'S, 1 ONE To sell for a Magistrate Illi'llMrV: "one time customer tt dkllaud cotton, It. MITI.I.INS, Knr Mnul.tr.ito Slli DMrirt. KKKKUAK KKTI'.O.N W.. MHS. I.KI.IA the sale to the man who probablb will not come in again. CROMI'.II MAV COOPKR !' !' ItOltlllNS. For ltd DUtrirt, JOHN C. KIXLY, I'm Tax C'niiiiiiN.iuiu'ii T J. NICKI.HV Countv Judge 1.1:1: WAHIl . (wtaMe THE OTHER - V. liOWMAX lllCIIAP.lt llit.VNA.MAN CAM MULLINS JOHN I'. I'IC.G, Representative. Slst District. W.M.COTTON CONSTAHLU 4th DISTIHCT J. H. IIAKKR Constable 5th DNtriet Sheriff Mrs. JOHN KKNNKR It. I.. l.ANCiFORI) 1). G. CI.A1JK REV. V.I. M. DtTUHAM For Surveyor " I'or Representative CHAS. A. CHANDLKR of London Slst Legislative District just simply feel like a new man tie." ' After ak hi"; the first bottle I felt so mnch better that I ordered another bottle myself and the te.iult is I am a well man. I told a friend of mine about it uicl orderol bottta for him and he had good results. I cm eat anything I want und it don't hurt me nnd can sleep like a log. To tell you the truth. 1 I to sell to people who are likely to "repeat" who may be in .to buy again in a day or two. At our store cu slo we have only the tVlllll in o r is a possible 're p a I and have more strength and energy than I have had in ten THE TRUTH ate wickedly false, unjust and yoirs. It is simply the grandest The statement winch appears made for the purpose of deceiv medicine in the world. I would This is your safeguard in buying nmw w juuto Mippin in this issue of the Co n.ron..1"- . .. . "ses to re.n.iii siieni wnen like to see all my friends and get wealth, and bearing the name of here. Aren't we the kind of a store Hon. Waller N. Fllnuin. U (l ho knows that a wilful, deliberate those whoaro suffeiing lo try it; falsehood is being circulated and and I hope you will reach thcui complete vindication of the re you want to know to injure an honored official through this testimonial, ''whi'cli cord of Judge Bethurum, which and the district praises him for I have glad v given." has been so savagely and unjust- the manly way m which he sets ly attacked by bis opponent and at Tanlac, tho celebrated raedi rest the cowardly attacks that others, both in the camoaign are being scattered throughout cine, which accomplished such sheet and on the stump of late the to reflect remarKablo results in this man's Judge Flippin is the man above upondistrict in an effortour honorthe good name of cise, is a wouderful tonic, appf-tizall others interested in criminal ed Circuit Judgo. am' invigor.int It builds prosecutions in tnis district for Somerset Common wealth. up the past six years the system, creates a healthy He has been an able, carefnl and conscientiappetite, promotes digestion and ous officer, and his .services have assimilation of the food and been so universally satisfactory ou feel 'strong, sturdy makes VOTE tliufhe is now the nominee of his and well ns nature Intended. ' party for that office for another Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon term without opposition. The by Chas, C. Davis; in Drodhead statement of Judge Flippin upon this most important question by the Brodhed Pharmacy, and should carry great weight, unci in Livingston b' It. G. Webb! in ia9NiMMcraasaBiai3SKstt5i;atr&5? lEzrasaaHaKi no doubt will settlu this matter Burr by W.M. Owei.s. Stephen Ii Prico of the Chos. in to the satisfaction of the people nut Ivid"o tuighb i hood has re- without further discussion. as'nn acute attack of N.is.1 (3it. cuivid inforniaiioti tlu,t tl.n lfw. judge Flippin opposed Judge of his oa Pit. Riihsell Price Culling rrh. ' Bethurum for Circuit Judge six TltP.se subject to freijuonl uou.il in live at Hubr Icon, New years ago, and ran for CommonCampaign Jersey aliotit jii and would 'colds in the Vwl" will lind th t wealth's Attorney upon the tip hero for burial in PKRHAP.S YOU DON'T KNOW tho 11,0 of HALL'S (JATAIiRU position ticket. There is ro rear son then why Flippin should THAT ONK THIRD OF YOUR MEDICINE will build up the """"-fowas one in ino nrsi oi our Man- come to the defense of Judge HENS ARE LOAFERS System, tho Hlood and nes to fall bv the hands of th.i Lietliurum if the Judge is in the DON'T LEI. THEM KOOL YOU render thin less liable to colds Germans and si lar tiie first wrong. The fact that these men ,, mANY LONGER wont into office us political en-r umi) iiuiii;iii r atticks ul Acute Ca- k.i.. in l...- i.M. I. Muni r.t iiincc bo boiied in Elmwood. this mics, urges strongly that Judge A free ilcmonbti-ntioon bow to till tarrh may lead to ChronictUtartli to city. It hoped flippin would nut issue his the loaferx will le bold bv Countv HALL'S CATARRH MEDI vir, liii.n it. ill hi. that all ex sortir.ikonf .ii tlilc. . vindicating Judge statement Agent Spencu, anil A. S. Cbapin, CINE is taken internally and acts funeial. date of which will be Bethurum, if tliu Judge did not SlioeialUt, Statu College of Aurleultuie, through the Blood on the Mu announce.l as s.nn us is known. The merit such vindication. on tliu follonlug dates: position taken by Judge Flippin Monday July 25 at 2:00 p in. J II. cous Surfaces of the S.stein, thus i . very careful to ee that he m Ill tliu best values in eiotliinir and Iiumi's wear, of our judgement in men's near inallers. iiiiiciple. i'.Vt'l v We'iu mi voiy, ln'st at ten ion. I (lie best . ". i u-- TODAY? CLOTHCRAFT Clothes I er s utton.& CLOTHING & -- McBee FURNISHINGS IN THIS FOR MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY -- THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE the Head TOWN HIS FIELD IS UNLIMITED. UHKVPM 1 ! Cold Poultry l'o wlirm it may concern: Noticu in hor"ohy given that tho e demons' truthful and just, and that the attacks made upon Judge by his opponent and others lieth-Hiir- rites that he is honeMi um Saylor for Jailer ISOM 5. . ""dersigned will on this L'gday of August, loil n ake nppl.ca Hon tofiovi'tiior Edwi- -. P. ,nw for a p.u.ioa oi mv sentence II years for ; ch uniieWoof l'riiuk Smith Lloyd Jennings .. July J lOil 37 3 Mur-besPntmati-laught- er A'v v-- o THTKOitiJ r is-- " - - Success i as lo mm ,i, iiianuiuiy.. iiiiiiustr iiiiiirets iiIL.f.,i nnnit .: n, i.a-urs- ...... - I Thy New Success, The same Cupid that oBlclaUr la tbe parlor lof business la tat Vilrhen 3jj$SUfe r.nntPnt 15TluidT)facto CASTORIA t Gentry's farm near Speedwell. Tuesday July 20 at 8 n in II A Strong's farm near Scaffold Cane Ruial i school .Dixie lli;lmy. Tuesday July 211 a 10 ii.tn. W C. Vluri faint near Kockford, on the Ulxlo Hij4biiy .(Scnffold Cane Rldj;c) 1 uesday Julv 2i at 2::!0 p.m. C Johnsons faun near Oilitndo, on the Coe Branch Koud. Kterjboily inteix.ted In POUl.TliVof an;, lireyj U Invited lo attend mid learn how to cull out the I.OAKKIIK or Oetnoni-ti'iitloi- rtducngthe influmii'ion and restoring normal conditions All drgugists (Circulars free. I'". J. Cheney oi Cjo , Toledo Onin Big Club Camp Hvcrjtbiiig. Is for one of tho hk.'j.'eK Club Camps In the Statu at Ilerea. All club members from Mad ison and Hocki'.ihtlc CouiiIIcm will attend. The HKST v.atei , tliu HKST Hpeakern, the MUST eating, the HKST sleeping, the HKsT gainos and plujs -in fact tho uT.ST of every thin will t the Ilerea Junior Agrlculiural Ch b Camp for our club tm tubers mid club Leaders. July 1 The Camp mid clones Prldiv uiortilng July 22 All c'ub members and leaders am lilted to attend this camp. Tills campwlll mean more to our young people than the same, uuuiliei' of days atcbx)l. 'i he camp Is a UNI- VUltSITV the very best of lustiuclioiis will bu given open-Mond- 1 MWiir 1 II rlBKi r "1 &sH t og I iSfffllHBl Ijrl'l'f"'1 For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That CASTORW I. ., Genuine Castoria - Tbene four culllny demonstration, he. all that eati be held at llll-- , time. TliU U an opportunity for puilhy raUerrf which only comes onco in a ulillu. llrlnir i'tr juetlonii and Ku discuss them together with Mr. Clupiu, our Poultry SieoIulUt. will vB"' 1 Hi Iv vw'iii r HP 'iff1 '9 hE'nv. I I ". . AVe4clabkfrcparatioolkAssimilaunaiDciooti nnf.l TKR GCNT. tJa ''k-s- j s Always Bears the BLACK LEG lllack-le xfnli wKt bang a howdy-do i '"1 fSSftSKB "'"'vr-- ... mecnuinras Signature A XtW of ncltpDlam.Morp iincftu.ficj mzz. ii fvifiitMi K JlJW'fM I TV1 In Use i c.1..f.,IPiralllvfof ConstlpaUnndDUrr I v ai lOSSOKSLEEP :; cjftC H For Over racSImileSijL0 OtetftAE "i'V i!eer Thirty Years & rrHwrwi i aua CASTOR Ik THC Exact Copy of Wrapper. CCHTAU1 COUANV, NCW TOKH CIT, It It strictly chrlsthii. r,oiiuokiiir,ii4. eftewlng, no swearing, no uuly stories 'llieio Ah a li vnilien, all suseeiitUilu mil. will lu allowed on the ground InaU should lu vaccinated wi Ii black. will l an adult person for every ten or Tito camp will he letf vnct'lnu, wliluli is a mtfe and iel. 12 club uiemliers ublo prevention. In seellons wheiu the well guarded nt night. Itrotiblo pitivalls, the younjf cattle VISITING . DAY should bo vaccinated a mouth or to 1h tfoio It Istiuiu fjr llie trouble to occur Wednesday July L0 will be VLSI TI NO Hildas H occnii at hllxlitly dllTereitl n.W In llie Ciuiili. l'aicuts of flub tlineH ill ill Hi reel localities, ihe lime 'memliers and friends aro indeed to visit lor varclualiug will vary soiuo sonio eamn on this ilato and slieiid tlic cutlru thna dining early spring or siiiiimer. day observing what Iihs bolm; done by our elubs. AN OUTUUKAK OF Visitors will bu welcomed each BLACKLEG i in i)t in. l)urliiL' tbesu two There has been two ea.es of IllaekleL' ,. iii l u. Khm-- t Mirinoii. bv on Mr. C. b. I.ivesay sfurm near Level after which ft ,lllllUtcr for 30 mltitiles, Cmfi., Hockcastlo County. Tl.o Campllre activities for olio uud Vi!,!r,,"r' vuw- - otiorhalf hours. lutdl cattlu for (j. S I.ivesay, ) II bullock and R I. limy Is a fatal disease to joiiug U common to calves and eiiltlo under two yearn of ujfe. It was as a form of anthrax, but oiicoitu-anle. itivektlnutiona have pl'otn Hint It U iv kpccltlu dlteiifcu. mod need bv a rami ADULTS LEADERS quite dlllertut from that (it untlirux 1 lio illnoasu ti spteml ijutle a I'll rents should not hesitate, to let larifepail oMIio west, mid some Lirt tli.iir boys and git'U attend this ramp. of tliu eust and south. cattle. It Buy a pipe and some P. A. 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FOR CASTORIA Oliildren Cry FLETCHER'S Several uumlrtd dollars worth of land notes to Itade for a good uuto. Mako offer. Tliuo l'igg, Livingston, Ky 33.tf Copyrljhl 1M by it. J. R.yaolds WUi.lon-Sil.m- Tobacco Co. , W.C. Fringe Albert the national joy smoke .. Wat; V Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway S.annf Mwrnn " SUPPLEME NT M FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Stpal July 15, J 921 Centrally Located between Cincinnati; Knoxville and Louisville Price $1.50 ""adJanc" Established J 887 34th Year 1 No 38 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, F Bull-Do- g I HI WWmmmmimmmm'mimrVm';fSZU - ""'"" IBniLMJKJIM MhrMt.. Mfc. IH Drummond The Adventures of a Demobilized OfficcrWho Found Peace Dull by CYRIL McNEILB "SAPPER ILLUSTRATIONS BY 50 PIECE BAND Your home town boys have arranged for your entertainment a day's program that you can't afford to miss. The boys have given their time and effort to their music and now they want to show you what they can do. Come and hear good music well played by your boys and other members of the Kentucky Band School 50 members in all you'll be surprised. DAY 50 PIECE BAND IRWIN MYERS cwtiui br Bring the kiddies they'll have a free movie show. Bring the ladies they'll have a rest room provided. im. u. thru c. THREE. Ave lit- - hIiihm1 In front t At of noiIuliiiliiR piisldlllrc. To Ills the Klrl linmliil litm n wire, unit Iliikli tore the ellow enveloiio open quickly. II uns from Penny, uml It win brief and In the point: AAA. "I'lmiie nii'NtUKe rwi'lu'tl. Must see )ou Ciirllon Ira iliiy itfler tntiwrrnw. Onlnp (iurfnlnilui; now. AAA. Mi".iikp enil." half-pnsc Kenny nt one military plirni--f ol; time In Mh enreer linil heen n nIruiiKt "Must nee nml then he fronned. you." She Mioulil nt once. He turned to the clrl nml Inquire! the miy to The I.nrrhex. It win nhont two mlleH, h ciithored, on the I" flullilfnnl nmil, anil iniii-olItniM. A IiIreIkIi hnux Mantling well hark In Its own riiunK tailed "In It anywhere near a liou-Tin- - Klin1?" he asked. "Next door, lr." Hiild the Klrl. "The Ksinlena adjoin." He thiuiked her, and Imvlni; torn np the telegram Into Miinll pieces, he cot Into hln cnr. There was nolhiiiK for It, lie hail decided, hut to drhe holdly up tu the houKe, and wiy that Ilenton. he had come to call on Ml He lind neter been n man who he.it nhoul the lniKh. and wimple methoiN iipM.iled to him a tuilt In 111 character which innny a hoier, addicted to tnrtuotn cunnliiK I" the rlnjr, had What more Kood cauie to rememlier. natural, he reflected, than to drive mer nml we audi an old Men I? He had no dlllleulty In llndliiK nnd a few minute later he hell. It wax rinsing the front-doo- r was nrmwrrH hy a,mnlUjttuiit. ' "In MH Ilenton InT" lliicli n';ed with a Millie which at once won the Klrl' heart. come Imrk from "She linn only London, xlr." he nnxwered doiiMfully helher . . ." "I don't know "Would jou tell her that Cnptaln Drtmilncir.il railed)" xiild Iltieh n the maid hesitated. "That I happened to find myself near" here, nnd came on With n Kllclit Millie Iip notlcml Hie Other attractions, including a baseball game and races, will afford a big day's pleasure for all. Come and enjoy yourself and help the boys provide funds for their band. Come early you'll want to stay late and don't forget the date. Admission: Adults, 50c; No Charge for Children Under 12 Years A $2.00 Program For 50c L 4 Featured by the concert to be offerefLby the local boys and other members of the Kentucky Band School, in a musical aggregation numbering fifty pieces, a splendid program has been arranged for Band Day, which will be local boys have worked bard and are confident of their ability to entertain their home folks at this, their first annual Band Day. Other features of the day are a baseball game, races, a free movie for the kiddies and similar attractions, held in BRODHEAD JULY 25 The ut while as an added attraction an automobile will be given. away. "Unfortunately," xuhl Hugh, "I'd left Loudon lie fore that message came. e My servaut wired It on to 11k- here. Not that It would hae I should lwe made any dllTereme. come, aiijway," An ln oltintnry smile hovered round her lips for a moment ; then she grew serious again. "It's ery dangerous for jou to come Jiere," fche temarked ipiletly. "If once those men suspect mi) tiling, Cod knows what wilt happen." It was on the tip of his tongue to tell her that It was too late to worry about that; then he changed his mind. "And whnt Is there suspicious," he asked, "In un old friend who happens to be In the neighborhood dropping In to call? Wherefore jour tel.'phone message? What's the worry?" .She lilt her lip nml drummed with her lingers on the urm of the chair. "If I tell jou," she said ut length, "will jou promise me, on Jour word of honor. Unit J nil won't go blundering Into 'Hie Dims, or do anything foolish like that?" "At the present moment I'm ery comfortable where I am, thanks," remarked Hugh. "I know," she said; "but I'm so dreadfully afraid that you'ro the type of person who , , . who . . ." She paused, nt a loss for u word. "Who bellows like a bull, and charges head down," Interrupted Hugh with a grin. She laughed with him, and just for a moment their ejes met, and she read In his something quite foreign to the point at Issue. In fact, It Is to he feared that (he question of I.akington nnd his coms panions was not engrossing1 mind, us It doubtless should have been, to the exclusion of all else. "They're so utterly unscrupulous," she continued hurriedly, "so Uendlshly clever, that een jou would bo a child In their hands." Hugh endeavored to dissemble his pleasure at that little word "even" and only succeeded In frowning horribly. "I will be discretion Itself," he her firmly. "I suppose I shnll hnve to trnst you," she said. "Have you seen the evening papers today?" "I looked at the ones that come out tn the morning labeled six p. in. ; before I had lunch." he answered. "Is Ihero nil) thing of Interest?" She handed him a copy of the riiiiiet. "Head that little paragraph hi the second column." Sho pointed lo It, as ho took the paper, and Hugh read It aloud. "Sir. Hiram C. Tottn the celebrated American mllllonalio Is progressing favorably. He has gone Into the country for a few days, but Is sufficiently recovered to conduct business as usual," He laid down the paper and looked at the girl sitting opposite. post-ollkpruin-mind'- A number ottickets have been fifty cents for adults, and it is hoped the occasion will be a great success. Does Your Bank sold, the admission being Children under twelve years will be admitted free. On Monday President Bricker ucational udantages to our discussed some of tho good qual-tie- young people, have signed the that every teacher should contract tor 1922. possess. On Tuesday he discussed Fred Durham, Chas. C. Davis, tho necessity of the teacher be K. S. Albright, V. C. Tate, W. coming the leader iu the commun G. McBee, Floyd Miller, V. H ity and of making the rural and Davis, Anne Evans Miller, S. F. s chance of seeing herl" Ontv BKnln the Millie wns called Into pla, and the Klrl hesitated no loiiKcr. "Will you come Inside. mIt?" he said. "I will kii and tell .Miss Have Errors In Your Accounts? Vi LOCALS A number of Corbin people were here last Saturday to at tend the burial of Cecil Reynolds. .Modern book keeping is the title of the weeks ad of tho Citizens Bank, you will find it in other columns The pemut and popcorn roaster l'hjllls." She ushered Mm luto the It nml closed the door. una a (linrmlnK room. Just such ns lie would lime expected wllli I'hjllls. IIlK wlndowH, opening ilouu to the ground, led out on to a lawn, which was already a blaxe of color. A few great oak trees thn w a pleiiMint simile at the end of the garden, nml partially kIiouIiik through them, lie could another house which he. rightly assumed wus Tin- - Kims. In fact, cen as he lieanl the door open and shut hehlnd hlni, he saw 1'etersou come out nnd com- of a small summer-hous- e arc having daily (or the present modern book keeping system wo havo lii'ely installed. We nro making our system as near perfect, us man can doviso' bince installing the Burroughs Electrical posting nnd listing Machine Sept. 1920 wo have not hail a Griffith's is ready for business at Dillard new store Old Dank Building world until Things don't turn up in this someono I urns them up. A pound of pluck is worth n ton of luck. James A. Garfield Candies folks cigars nnd tobacco for tho for tho little folks, men single error in our ac- at Dillard Griffith's, counts, not with .standing the facts we are handling over .'oo,ooo of checks ami deposits ouch injiilli. Old Ifcnk Building Atk our customers (if you ato not one) how wo handle their accounts. If y you get a satisfactory try us with a portion of your business, that we may dcinonstrato this to you. Wo invito you to give our service a trial. Como in that wo, may explain it to you. ro-pl- Nancy Ann Lit gford, sister of T.clc Liingforu turn Mrs. Johnny Cilfiy, died at her home near Mt Vernon ljst Sunday, and was buried in Klmwood ceinetcrv, Nfi , Vernon .Monday. Death was tho result ol old age, sho biing near-l- y 8 years old, and having boon an invalid for some years. was taken to tho London Hospital last Wednesday for treatment Hit foot was in bad condition but is improving under treatment liho returned to her homo Sunday and is under the euro of Dr. M. Pennington. Miss Itoborta Kitby and Mr. Little Sadio Ncnl Parrett who stuck a nail in her foot last week THE CITIZENSBANK Brodhcad Kentucky. .! "It's Vry Dingtrous for You to Comt Here," Sho Remarked Quietly. wence strolling up and down, Biuok-lu- g n cigar. Then he turned round nnd faced the girl. Charming as she had looked In London, she was doubly so now, In a linen frock which showed off her figure to perfection. But If he thought inir tn hnvc uiit leisure to i... ..... enjoy the picture undisturbed, he was soon disillusioned. "Why have you come here, Cap tain Uruinniondl" he anld, a little breathlessly, "I said the Carlton "One Is pleased' te. reumrkedjn a the duy jitter tomorrow." aim-pi- n m Tuesday. Tho bride is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hariison Kitby of the Level Grcon section and tho groom is tho son of J. J. Uullock and is a prominent young farmer of tho Hansford section. Tho Signal joins a host of friends in wishing them a long and happy mnrricd lifo. Oihnr Bullock wero married horo TRADE The merchant who is trying to do business without advertising is winking at Dame Fortune through bluo spectacles. He knows he's winking, but she doesn't. This paper is a good advertising medium. MORAL Including such features as a baseball gamo, races, a froo movie for the kiddies and similar attractions, an fxcutient program has been arranged for Hand Day, which will lie hclu in Brodhcad July'.V ii2I This will bo the first aoutuil Band Day and the boys &re stri- I ving to nut forth tlioir best. Augmented by other members of the this end you should visit each family in the district during the first 30 days of school," said Mr. Bricker. ''This will be tho first means of getting acquainted with tho real home conditions of your TUACHFRS INSTITUTE pupils, and will give you an The Rockcastle County Teach, opportunity of meetiug.the peo. ers Institrto is in session at Mt. plo tor whom you are working", Vernon this rcek with Presidout he said. Garland A. Bricker, of ColumPresident Bricker advised, bus, Ohio, In charge a instructor. teachers to take tho initiative on There aro about 6o teachers in tho organizing of tho country Tho officers of the women into clubs for social and attendance. Chairman, Mr. literary meetings. Many of those institute are: 'meetings may be held at tho Ilurmon Skidmore; Secretary, , school house as well as in the Miss Huth uomes 01 111a community, tho Dan M. Ponder spelling school Mullins has charge of tho music old fashioned of tho institute, while- Mr. V.C. debatiug soe'ety and similar events was highly recommended Tato directs tho sluging. by tho speaker . . Qnar-tett- e Tho Mt. Vernon Male favored tho institute with iTi "v'.t ?i'""- l3'.3 MT VISRNON'S SKCOND several selections on Wednesday. CHAUTAUQUA A GURAT Their presentations worn well SUCCESS received. Mr. John Brown, a From tho viewpoint of enterprominent attornoy ot Rock-castl- o afforded, White & county, addressed the Insti- tainment tute ou Tuesday. Mr. Brown is Myors Chautauqua, which closed and bis experience last week hero, was a splendid sue an a lot of money as a schoolman and later as a man cess.Kuch of the twelve programs THERE'S in this vicinity. given were of high type, tho play acquainted with human affairs Poiaessorsof thatmoney " Priondl Enemies" and tho world giveahima wealth of oxperlence, read this paper; they swear by being worth it. They want to be shown. from which he drew tho many famed "Kihios"Baud If your goods are right, thuy Mr twice tho prico of a season ticket. good things ho had to say Tula paper want to buy. From a financial stn ul point the A. U. Hull of Berea Collego nlso talks to that money at regular spoke. Mr. Hall is a former Chautauqua was not such a success It's money that intervals. although tho local committee talks back and talks back teacher of tho couuty. strong". Get your sharedo The County Supeilnlondent, taking upjn themselves the liuan your talking through our adworked hard Mrs. Alice Davis Is very deeply cial responsibility, vertising columns. woro ubly assisted by Mr. intcrestod in bettoring tho physi- and (UwrljtsMHtrW.II.U,) cal copditlons that exist in con- Ct Idwoll. However, tho people of nection with tlie vurious xchools t Mt. Vernon nnd surrounding y&d$X$ To this end she towns and coinmuiiitcs have of the county. thoroughly Imbued with of President secured the services L,W, BETHURUA Bricker, who is u rural education tho real Chautauqua spirit and Q ATTOIINKV AT LAW 'citrous who feel that it would X MT.VKKNON.HY. specialist, having written Will practice in all the cuurt M books on rural life and welfare, he a long step backward in tho M. Office ou Church Street and who Is known tho country progress of the town and couuty should we fuilto bring theso ed 8 over. -e Kentucky Band School, the band fifty pieces and the boys intend showing their homo folks how good music should be played. Tho proceeds of tho day will go to the fund established for the maintenance of the baud and it is hoped that a large crowd will turn out for the occasion. Among other inducements it has beendeculed to giveaway anauto mobile and the advance sale of tjekets is well under way. Adults will bo charged an admission of fiftv cents while children under twelve will be admitted froo. will number villa stitution in tho community. "To uuir, ?o school tho chief social in- Bowman, A. G Lovoll, John L. W. J. Sparks, W. L. Richards, B. T Spirks, J. W. Brown J A. I.andrum, Cleo W. Blown, H. N. Uuruette, E, W. Porciful, L. V Murrell, C. C. Williams, T, J. Niceloy, W. B. Sigraou, Cox Urns Mollio Ridor. Mattie B. Mullins, D. C. Craig, Chas. F. Bradbury, Win. Hicks, J. D. Henderson, L. M. Miller, L. W. Bothurum, C. D. Sutton, J. D. Miller. Price, son of S. B. Russel Price, whoso body has been returned from France, will bo buried at Eimwood Cemetery, Mt Vornnn Mnndav mnrnimr at ten o'clock. He will be given a soldiers men are burial, and till requested to attend. c vtontsy: -- flOT BACK bc-'co- nio 'eC$Dcx ' J TO$jc&i$fra&f& 1 -. S-j"""- k raCTr k . 1 M SIGNAL Mt.Vkunon. F'v. July is louKv.it & T . V K II N 0 N' iyi ICKT Staph These etter Tires Are km NttHviuc n n co. TIMK TAl'Ui. '22 24 cigarette v"t:kL'- Now Lower Priced Two important factors underlie the remark able values now offered in Goodyear Tires and Tubes. One is the many improvements made in them during the past few months; the other is the price reductions we have just put into cflect. A conspicuous example of the values now to be had in Goodyear Tires is our clincher Goodyear Cord Tire. This type 30.v3'2-incfirst quality product one of the most durable and cfli' 'cut tires vvc ever built can be bought today from Goodyear Service Station Dealers for only h norm norm 23 south 21 .South Jas. Landkum, Agent. Phone No. 8. 5.23 p m 3:1s a m 12:20 pm 2'2 a ra J35te PERSONALS Dr. G. C Payneand wifu were over from Wildie, Monday. is homo Liiiilrutu Cbostor from CriibOrchiid this week, Mr. C H. White rciurntd to Mt. Caruiol Illinois Tuesdiy. One LouNvillu factor) makes two thirds of nil llis Tuxedo To bacco smoked Miss Annette Cox was home from Richmond Normal School over Sunday. Miss Tunna Thompsen re turned to her home in Crab Orchard Sunday Alfred Wood of Wildie is a daily visiior in Mt. Vtnion. Must be somu attraction. Kov. H. N. Uurnette and Mrs Buruette were in Louisville for a short stay tliis week. Miss Alene Collier, of Crab Orchard is the guest of Miss Edna Da7is this week. M's. Will Ilysiuger and daueh- ter Mae and Mrs Joe Noe were in llSliiJ .- $$35&2& -y m Av A 'V i pQt mi vrW :m yy v i Mystery Surrounds Story of n, m $24-5- 0 Tun GooDYc.n Tmn &. Ojj 1 rV i.t....iij' " HIS MAJESTY, THG AMERICAN " u I I I Hamuli or AM WV j Throughout the World Vri rjen V 'i NVn-sV- Runnnn Company SI C75 Uil &! In "1 fi KifVSilSCli'i'fir InwiltrpriHillui .10'' llMvTournlTii f - J. iOik KrtfuUr Tub 2 Religion And Friendship W. A. CROMER Your Next County Court Clerk What's his religion? Quick says I, as we observed liim walking by. I've no idea what it be I've never asked liitu where he goes on Sunday forlii's void's repose, And 1 don't care so long as he stands up a- - 111:111 to man to me. That's how we got to talking then of eliuivhes and the ways of men, Audi just set there Unfiling, while his tongue ran ou in e:v stylo. All churches do the bet they can to make n chap a better man. And no church I was ever in encouraged mo to go ami mii- So church lias ever rai-e- d a wall so high that I can't climb, or just sneak by, to claim the good fiieuds that abide an' wait upon tile other side. Religion can not draw a line to keep me from A friend of mine. Supposing you and I were bound to live on Ti.-c-o palinn ground, (Jr Baptit. or whatever cieed we thought was fashioned to our need. An' couldn't step aside and meet the folks upon another street, lint from one Faith alone must choose , think of the good friends we would lose. Manager of Boomu.u Theatre Which 'Vi'lShow New Fairbuik- -' Film Will ,Vot l)iule Plot 01 PelUiL- Stanford last week-Mis- s guest of Mrs G T. John sou during Institute week. is the Ella Doolcy of Goochland -- Miss Myrtle Bryant was home trom Richmond Normal School over Sunday. list. Jack Lawrence, L & N operat or ran a nail in his foot a few days since and is on the disabled Dr. John M. Williams and wife motored over trom Paris and spent Sunday and Monday with relatives here. Winchester yesterday. While there she wiil be the guest of Miss Viola Brock. Mrs. Bontley Sparks went to firm and Bales, and Herbert Mr. Odell of the of Odell Cox went to Cincinnati this week after more new Fords. Miss Sadio La Oxford, little daughter of R. L. Langford, is in London this week the guest of Mrs. Hazel Beget y. Why ask what Temples ll.ey attend? In Church or out. a Friend's a Friend. An' d.eary this old world would be if men weie slaves to b.j.ry, Uuii down your liO Friends, an see how many worship dilleiently, ''here is no church, whate'er it be, but what has given good friends to me. I'etneniber me on Aug 6. Your F'.iend, A. Cromer. -t taking a summer course ing nt Christ Hospital. Mis Bernice Phillips, of Wildie Kentucky is in Cincinnati in nurs- Mr. A. B. Gilbert, wife and child of Pineville were the guests of Mrs. Fannie Adams nnd Mrs. L. W. Bothurum over Sunday. Attorney Win, Begloy of London and daughter, Lena wcro in Mt. Vernon lau week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G, T. Job. nson. Mrs. Hazol Begle returned to her h me in London, Sunday, driving through in iier new Ford the gift of hor father, .Mr. G. T. Johnson. Mrs. C. Williams and sons, Cecil, John and James motored ovpr from Somerset and spent Sunday with their mother Mrs. Mary IS. Willititm. Mr. and M. irs ti I Mmfi?m. ,4..,- - I xbPira MF It iy L Mfc I Boooe Wav Judge L. W. Hethurura is in Clinton county this week, where he and Judge B. J Hetliurutn candidate for Circuit Judge, are speaking daily to largo crowds Mrs. John Cotton, Miss BornicoLanurum, arrived Friday from in Akron, Ohio, for a her parents, Mr. and Laudrum. Theatre mm MMSSISn h ss' ia ifefflsfSRi m'& !ft,w?2ra a tk Bssewse? Pi A -- formerly and baby hor home visit with Mrs, J. A. in Hs reesf pidftire iratni j&m i ifff "Still another opisodedeniaud-eMy attention a Now York tenement street to the bogus letter purporting to and 'Doug' built it. have been written by 1110 to "Iu addition to these nnd many It. C. Tartar while he wasone a more, a eouipleto IJuropeau rail member of the Legislature, pro way line was built, tsOO feat Ion testing against the twice a, month mid of the standard continental bill, I never know that design, the canlgcs being the there was a bill of that sort oxact duplicate of the typo in use d "It's too good to aUc awaj ", aid ManaRer Fied Baiter of the Uoonew.iy Tiiettre whei. hew aasked to tell the tor of D forthcoming production "His Majesty, the American ' 'Now I am not going tospoil thf Anticipation of any patrons by tel! ing th story of Douula Fairbanks now film, 'His Majesty, the American" iu advance Hut I will .ay this: Fairbanks has spent nioie money on this picture than h? has over spent before, because lie has made it for release direct to the '.heatres of the country b theUnited ArtMs tlie'Iliu Four which is made upoIjMary Pick-foiCharlie Chaplm, Douglas Fairbanks and D. W. Griffith. "The Story of 'His M.n- j- t y.tho Atneri'ian' is a knockout Ii gives Dong a chance 10 do a lot of entirely new tricks and I don 't lies itate to say that the picture and away tho biggest products ion that he has ever turned tit "I'll let this lunch of the su-lt- l out: 'Doug' plays the part of a joung American who simply can't keep out of tiouble He takes a hand in all sons of situitions which lead him all over tlit world. We find him first tu New Yoik where lie tries to show the fire Department how it should 00 run '.Vo find him helping the police ram t no den ot a King ot the tin uerworiu. we ijiKt linn later in Mexico showing the bandits what thev don't know about their busi ness and then we find him butting in on a littlo principality in Hu ou rops. It ,s tno jollies t have ever seen in your lif.i. "An idea ot the enormity of the production can be gathered from the act that Mr. Fairbanks spent oO lor the crecii-of one 's.t' alone, This is an entire sec tion ot a little French town and wns built complete to tho last l, from piUce to liot'el, from City Hnll to railroad stotion Every building was erected as perinau ently as if it were designed as the living quarters of tho inhabitants ot the town Even the stieols wero paved nnd the leali-aof the buildings was so co ivineing that hundieds of swallows built their pecuhir nests of mud in the cop itigs and cornices ''Another city or entirely differ ent character wai built in the hills Mirroundinetiio Douglas Fairhauk Studios Here thonciiou demand eda.Utxican villat-- and a Mexican village 'Doug' built. -, -d, 1 mix-upyo I hSeeke iiJbJV Mt. To The Voters ol The cial District cf JJl CwDStSr Vernon, K. f .u of thu saddest scenos Mt. Vernon has ever witnessed was the burial of Cecil Reynolds, which took place from the Christian Church Inst Snturdny, jiist live weeks from tho time his lather, George V. Reynolds, who hilled in the Railroad Yards iW ilt Corbin, was brought hero and laid to rest iu Mini wood Cemetery Cecil was a oung man of splendid character, his widowed moth- er.s only son. His death which took placu in Louisville nt St. Ar.thonv Hospital resulted from an operation performed some lime ago for appendicitis. Besides his mother he loives a young wife and hah.--, ami liltlu sister Ruth. Our deepest sympathy is extended to these bereaved ones who have passed through such great sorrow twice iu so short a lime. 28th Judi- The State of Kentucky JsoilietM't , Ky .JUlj 2, l'J2l Oroi'tin;:- -: On June MAN'S BEST AGE A man 13 as old at hia orzans: h can bo aa vigorous and healthy at 70 aa at 35 iz he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vital organs healthy with nf Ci Judge bv Juds;o Licthurum.iuiiile. by Ida opponent, lisve tojii fullv' investigated, mid found to be unfounded and untiue find that II L Kennedy has iicUd in vuch a waj til it ho is not cutitl d tu llu con-- 1 -r an fitiies-- . of various candidates ar.d leport their findings. On theabow date thu ".ominittec! reported that they had made, diligent inquiry tcgardmg thu diameter ol the two candidates' for Circuit Judce. and find Judge' U.thurum's conduct and actions are iu harmony with the principle of organized labor, and we hero, by solicit your full support and influence The committee further repuits that the (.harges of mis- t- "Jo liisl, at a regular iiicelini: of tlie Soineiset Central Labor Union, coinpoed of various Leal unions of the town and GOLD MEDAL county did endorse and rcccotn-i- i Ja (ire I!. J 1! 'thuriim for I'ucuit Judae f tins distiict. i Mo iv than two months ago this luily upp iiuled a cimpiigu coin- - ' The world's stamlarj remedy for klJr.er, liver, bladJer and uric acid uilWio to invc.itigiitu the cnarac bin 1 I cine 1636; corrects disorders; stimulate! vital organs. All druggists, three s. Look (er U nam GoU M.J.I on mwty bci ftad cpl b lmiullA t b i ns uiv candidacj for Ciieitit Judge a contiiined in a lcsolution by the Soir.erset Con- tin! Labor Union of June 7t), 192I Very tiuly yours, H J. liethuruin. Somerset Common wo n 1th mo in this race as is ivideneed t!i ir ringing endorsement of crindnrl nf tlin nllici Why IS Suffer? K L S g i I rte furthar j J sagn lulence at.d supp'iit ot pitriotlc and Mieity loving people. ami t'oii talteu without, the luiowlulKe otiithn' of the contesting cuUid n s. (Signed) V ii Hodge, (Sal; Seciet ry Somerset Central I.alor Union boniertot Coiifinm wealth ilii- - & Wonders for Me," Declares Thu Lady. M rv J varum 1ia1 tins iiivesiiutimi iu was inacio i To The Voters of Pulaski County y. Somerset July I lo'Jl has been called Chan. A. ' a "I suffered for a long time with womanly weak-KJ"ess," says Mrs. J. R M blmpson, of 57 Spruce m St., Asnevlile, N. C. "I finally got to the place r where it was an effort for rjOk me to go. 1 would have pains in B bearing-dow- n my side and back es- mci penally severe across my back, and down in my m side there was a great deal of soreness. I was Vj& nervous and easily tip- set. 52 53 & "VJ Ejjj jvrl TAKE pay-d- ay CHANDLER Republican be-for- o K WF. Ma Homer Bin Its the srn.ill son of Grant Banks while at play Sumlav found a bottle of Car bolic acid whl-- h evidently some ono bad thrown out and spilled it on his hands and feet, burning them severely. Rov. Mnrmillan who is spending his vucttinn at the Presbyterian Manse here is ill and much to the regret of bis many admirers was unable to hold services last Sunday as ho planned to do We trust that he will toon he recovortd. ly c r r$wij? IIVm . IV zu. rz.fStf.titi'ii.Jjfcr'a&i in France. Here's a picture for you a romance with a regular hero, and heroine and oodles And such a of villains an everything. He cleans up everything from hero New York to the Mexican Border and then hops to Europe to show them how to handle a revolution. Can he do it? Well you kno'w Doug I I SEVEN BIG REELS Mr. l'airbanks in Mnjorio Daw li utile Catupeau, Lillian Langdon, Allen McQuarrio and Sain South ern, famous Now York and London nctor aud unit hor of IJ, H, So' them, who makes his first screen appearenco in this picture. "1 do uot want to say anything moro at this timo oxcept that wo have got a genuino treat for our utidieuces when wo show thorn 'His Mujesty, tho Artoncan'. this production are "Supporting John Laudrum, Chief Pharmacist Mate, U. S Nav.V, stationrd ut Nushville TennesHCO with a recruiting corps, is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. A Land-ru- m, this week John is one of Rockcanlo's toys of wJiom wo may well bo proud. JULY 20 15c & WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY 20c We now have a new line of Some of tho prettiest road ever anywhere is being mudo on fresh groceries and confectionery Cold lunches served. Ice cream the Dixie Highway near Pino Hill und tho work is oiug steadily and fruits. Dillurd Grlfllth ahead without interruption. Old Bank Building. tho farm of G. C. Pish near Mt. Vernon and tho cylinder became clogged up In somo way, causing it to explode. Ono of the flying Wai Tax Included pitces of iron struck Mr. Proo-lo- r full hi tho face, breaking both jaw bones, knocking out nil his leali und crushing his nose. Ho Rider M. I). Haunier (f Win-bui- was tukon to London Hospital Chester will preach at Covo for treatment. Richard Wullon jjrlmni i?na t who was helping with tho thresh f.,. i,.i ,ut. "ig received a cut above the oyo, weelf. healiiiihi'' Mimd!?v Kvery body invited to attend bit Ins injury is slight. lt & 21 Klcliard I'roctor wiio was po terribly injured last Saturday, is reported to have a cliance for tecovory. Mr. Proctor Intel been operating a threshjng machino on tho Legislature until it bo ciiuifc a law. I had no reason on earth to oppose such n law. nnd CANDIDATE FOR did not oppos that law, and would not if I had been udvisod that such a law wjs boing pro RE PBESENAT1VE posed to tho Legislature, I thorerme, denounce this a'leged letter ns 11 forgo ry designed to 81st District nijuro mo in my racs for Circuit Judge. A Vote For Chandler Means better I have always been the friend Schools mid Better Pay For of tho laboring man. I was Teachers. raised on a farm and know what it is to labor with nir hands1, and Better Roads deep down in my heart t lmvo Everywhere great sympathy and feeling for the horn handed sons of toil lu Every Housekeeper One Dog Free my rac? for United States Sena-to- r trom Taxation in 1918, 1 issued u statement Better Pay For Jury Service to the voters of Kentucky in If You Stund For These, which I spcclficly endorsed organized labor, and tho splendid Vote principles for which this nrgank atioa stauds If I had bcon ol ected to the Scnato I would have stood for tho principles of organ ized labor in tho United States You Will Find His Name Tiiird I nm still in luvorof Sonata On the Ballot these principles, and am clad to RrruoLicAN Phihaky see tuat tlio laboring men are dis regarding tho mothods used by AucusrO, 1921. tho opposition, and ufe turning CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I heard of Cardul and decided to use it," Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been clad to oralse Cardul It Is the best woman's tonic made' Weak women need a tonic Thousands and thousands, like Mrs. con-tlnu- es Cardul of benefit tcrthem. Try Cardul for your trouble. Simpson, have found For ALL DRUGGISTS CHANDLER agOvCBa Subscribefor the Signal U VOTE FOIl t A W'd like 4Lis HER NICE now htubani!. makes a model husband OR AN everyday thtwr., drag. i ". f m Earl Phillips THE SOLDIER BOV STEPPED OUT of tho house. WHISTLING LIME a bird. t WHICH ALARMED young wlfo. ESPECIALLY WHEN. THE WRONG package AND INSTEAD of oatmeal. HAD GIVEN him birdseed. N LIKE A good ON ONE of thoso smokes THAT SATISFY. WHICH CERTAINLY aro. SHE FOUND sljoM picked THE REAL birdseed. FOR MAKING mem TRILL THEIR pipes for Joyv SO LADIES, If hubby. ' GOES AWAY whlstllng.i YOU NEEDN'T worry. or -f- COUNjTY .. CLERK I). G. CLARK REPUBLICAN PRIMARY August 6, 1921 DUT DON'T think from this. THAT EVERY guy. YOU HEAR whistling the canary. ALL'S SWELL. HAS NECESSARILY. BEEN RODBINO s. I here 1ms been (juitu,:i lot of talk circulated over the County for the past few weeks about ''line-upand combinations", in several different races which arc to be decided by our primary election Aug. (5th; therefore I feel it niv (hit v. at this time, to uiaku n stntmnfitit in ,egard to my' candidacy for Sheriff s He is sober straight $and honest, 31 years old and fully qualilied for tho bllice, Has neither held or asked for any canity office before j altho was born and raised 111 tho county. He was a soldier in the late War and needs the - OTHER THINGS Inspire. THE ALMOST" human ma!o. TO BLOW through his lips. AND MAKE shrill noises. A RAISE, E Just nfter the primary four years ago, and up until the time of announcement many individuals from the several different parts of the County, asked mo to make the race for Sheriff in this coining primary and pledged me their support. After due consideration decided to make the race and am in no combination except with thu Republican voters of Rockcastle-Countand after canvassing most of the county feel sure I have the strongwith thorn that any cuudidito for Sheriff ever had iff est" Liue-up- ", our County. 1 1 " tVorld office.- LET'S TRY HIM BOONE Aunt Mnry Johcson mond with is in Rich- 1W am nominated and elected Sheriff of Rockcastle County no one will have me obligated to him or them except the Citizens, whom il, will bo my duty to serve faithfully, honestly and soberly.. - III jS C hcsterficM c icarbttbT. OR A day off when, for example. - - A DOUBLE header1 la on. you say tKa "satisfy," you'ro whistling. You know tho instant you light one that tha tobaccos In It oro of prime selection, both Turkish and Domestic. And tho blend well, you never tasted such smoothness and body! No Vonder tho "satisfy-blend- " la kept secret. It can't bo copied. Did you know about tha, Chc$tcr field package of 10? WHEN y Liggett Sc Myers Tobacco Co.' v Very sincerely yours, D. G. Clark. Mr. and Mis. J. F. Watson and . is hero from Columbia. 'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. fi. C. Watson w'crol James Taylor of Conwav and Mr. in Mt. Vernou Sunday gucMb uf and Mrs, Straub ami children of Mr. u"iid Mrs. I U Durham and Covington wero guoM.s of Mi. Air. and Mrs. J. U. Henderson. and Mrs. K. J. McXinney during . Muses Ella Bello und 1'carl iho week. Miss-- Hilu Carson 'who i Nuwlaud spent several underwent an operation at Lou-d)i- i I'ittsburg and London last woo Thursday of last week is Kuv, and Mrs. L, N Bowing gutting Charlio along nicely. wero in Mt. Vurnon Frimtv oJ Hend Dickson was at home from Mr.-- and .Mrs. Dock ! list week. Stanford Saturday and Sunday. Oliver and mjh Other have has returned Mrs J. U. to their home at Liviug from a visit Frith Dr with her stuu utter u visit wan die family George Frith at Knoxville. ' Mr. Maisu-banks- . uf J. A. Oliver and L. M. and Mrs. Albert Albright nud Mrs. Walter Robins Had children spent last week with us tier week-envisitors last week relatives Mrs. Ethel here. her nieces Misses UuMiclla-au- d Wtiecldou remains very sick but of Winslow soma better than last issuer Mr. Doris Henderson Arizona and her sister Miss Jo and Mrs. Will Carmony liavo Lavis of Stanford. The remains moved back from Harlan. Dr. of Mrs. Fred Uallurd, who was Tyreo of London wns hero Inst no. 23 at Living killed by train week doing dental work. John alou last Thursday was brought Wilson was up from Stanford hero i''riuay afternoon and bur- with his brother .Ios.li Wilson morning at thu Friday of last wvek. Mis. Tosi-a- li ied baturctuy atuthodist church couiotory. Mulllns of Crab Orchard is und daughter visiting her daughter Mrs. Mack Mrs. Miss Bessie returned to Crab Barnes and r Mrs. Orchard after uu extended visit T. Lawwith her sister Mrs. J. rence. Mrs. Kit Martin, Mrs. 1 Casper Aduuis and sou Master lurold ot Mt. Veruou visited d d Brodhead aHBMMBBHHHSaa Oliarliu Bussell. Last Mondays Courier Journal contained the picture of Mrs. Mary Painter auu daiiL-litu- r Mrs. C. K Kice. lorm- cr residents of Urodhead with their basket of doughnuts. This nuiiu-- is o;mg useJ 111 helping tiu Victory Memorial church, I.ouisvillo iu which city they now -- - Miss Mildred Robins returned ti her home at Niohol- I'ajsduy moruiug after a two weots visit with relatives lijie.iii,! at Mt. Vernou, -- Rev. L N. Howling and son Herbert were in l.jiidou Wednesday of last weeic. .lrs. W. M. Sowdor Fred Sowder and Mrs. Roy Sow-uuii. 1 uaoy wore 111 i'luo Hill and Ml. Vernon Tuesday. Miss Alary Jva Newlaud has returned from a visit with her graud- mother Mrs. Belle Henderson at .Misses lsabello i'uint Lick. Martin and Hael Wulleu will leavo tomorrow to visit their trieiul Miss Mildred Robius at Rev. liogers of Nicholas ville. Louisville arrived Tuesday to asjibt Rev. Dunn m the services which ure being conducted at th e Campbell Christian Church. Wibou was hero from Hee Lick buiiday with Irts sou Josh Wilson and taunly. Hand Day at tho lair giouudJuly 25111 is looked forward to as a great day. A number of bauds will be present so we are insured ot lots of music. 4Ve ulso will have horse races auto races, bill games mid other amusements, a full day of recreation for all. If you want a big day tins is your chance, An auto, Londomobile will be giveu away. n-base ball boys came down Saturday to have a gaino v.itu Koburts Loyrtl Nine but was unable to, nlay 011 account of the heavy raiu. On Sunday after-noo- n our team again defeated Danville 011 Crab Orchard diamond, tile scorewbeing 3 to o. Wo ure to have u fast game here tomorrow with Moreland. y lt - grand-daughte- VOTE FOR relulives hero this week.-M- is. EarlThurp of Rovenna is with lier sister Mrs. Fred Sowdor. Ver-1101- Walk was with A SPLENDID MKDICINW FOR Jtcaeffiif--.ii- i u;r.r.,iiJKUr'KM!SP 'S&S2 home folks here latter part of THE STOMACH AND LIVER the week. Mrs. George Hull and "Chaniborlains Tablets for the Mrs. 11. Huff of Wallace town stomach and liver arojsplendid spent Tuesday with Mrs. J, J. I never tire of telling my frieuds Wren. Oscar hayso and little sister-Cyntharc spending a of their qualities," writes Mrs ms&gmr lew ciays with relatives In Berea. William Vollmer, Eastwood, N.Y Mr Garfield Gabbard attended Wheu bilious, constipated or thu burial of his brothers wife troubled with indigestion, give Mrs. Coiu Gabbard at Climax Sun them a trial. They will do you Little Miss Lucille Kelly of good. Madison county is with her little cousin Naucv Jeanoito Lambert Mr. Edison offers $10,000 in cash prizes. for a few days. Mrs Wm. Jess and Carnia Adams and He wants a phrase which will distinguish Watkins and sister Miss Laura the New Edison from all other Owens of Illinois have returned John Morris were guests of Bill devices. This certificate entitles and Jim Fredrick Sunday after-noohome after several weeks stay you to the loan of a New Edison and ReMiss Lola Madden and with relatives and friends here. Bill creations for 3 days. Experiment with Mathew were married Friday them in your own home. No charge or afternoon. Also Miss Mattie obligation. Folder of complete Information Williams of this place and a Mr Free. Just sign and send .this Certificate. of East Uornstadt Ky. Durham eloped to Jclltco and were mur- Hill ried Saturday. Tho bride is tho Pence attractive daughter of Mr. uud Mrs. Uud Williams. The groom is an L & N operator at East Nellie and Florence Bernstadt. Fredrick spent Sunday with Nina Wright. Nancy Morris was the guest of Nellie Fredrick Sunday afternoon, We aro expecting tho weddiug bells tJ ring again soon; names will be giveu" later. 1 Mrs. Nora Boll spent Sunday with Mrs. G. W. Fredrick. People of tins place art) very A HOME COURSE IN ousy cunning berries. Mrs. J. B. Willis, who wasJFor Misses SCIENCE DOMESTIC Lillian and Nora Fields spent many years the popular hostess Friday afternoon with Pansy at Crab Orchard Springs, his ti and Zula Lovoll. .Pearl and John " I'uculv l.estuus in On licit ic iji'lcnce, " bought a firm near Richmond Hi Cummins are visiting relatives in by M moil ('ulo I'ulur li.u rocently bt'eu it- ccncil by ui lur re lew. jg Virginia and will locate there. Tennessee. Gladys Oweus was This U n uiuhlete ud'aiiuel ootirtf in Her many Men's here wish' her liotiw n'Meace the guest of Lena Lovoll Sunday. domcaio meet iiml (Hire eojaoo uiei boUeit success and happiness iu her thu hou&e luuti Nellie Fredrick was in Pino uouii tu the the re tuileiu. uifouiul new home. Hill Saturday. Uettio Burlc and The cutinrfotirsu cousNts of twenty nrac lesyoii one huiulred paen tilleJ with Lola Mathew were in Mt. Vernon Ileal house, Monday. Nancy Morris aud th mustmealiinlile iufur tutioii theonly In .lureufur.! tiur.it ttifee in I Uosa aud Wmnio B ikur were iu domestic seieiiee hcIiooU. latest )i Accept Mt. Vurnon iliopijiui,' Saturday- Do you KUnw tile relitlre .itue of fuol Grant of IJscoudida leutives. ia $$ 8 BA3f OF MUS2C onto Delivered yourfront porch GOOB FOIR free ' BURR NEWS sound-reproduci- n. - mm Stanford, & Ky. ri 1 SI ""a&ffjligjig3ir: fflmssMa Iknmi Boone Way Thealte ? 1 Kov. A. J. Pike was in Mt. Wednesday of last week. Mr. uud Mrs. Bob down of Level Green wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josh Wilson last Friday G. R. Car on is in Manchester for u few days Miss Hazel Albright, is in Lebanon Junction guest of tho families of P. A. blioltou and Sheltou, Leonard Walter Robins Dewoy Sowder. wan 111 Mt. Vernou Tuesday on business, I2d Nowlaud was at homo from Lexiugton Sunduy Prof. Strange with Ills family. f: . nohc ii i Our sMirml wMi hmrill VTrtttfl t. ...... jwtth Mis. Harmon Siciduiore as (teacher. -- ,... gn g flDDDDSiiiDaaaiia Substitutes "o" ...uj I l K JohnClontz FORjaifer 7 BIG WED. and JULY 20th 15C C-25- MARSHAL of LIVINGSTON ,is i denied Bail. J William Philpot, who shot William Powell iu Livingston .. i some ton days ago, white trying -'- it to milce au arrest, was hold over to tlu Grand Jury without bail, after au oxamiuing trial last Friday Saturday, THURSDAY taken andStanford uud und was to placed in jail thoro, Thero was (juitoa & little oxciiomont for a time, aud trouble was feared at the examinWar Tax Included ing trial but nonooccurcQ. & vrrrs-- B 13 RISERS wliteli frum to ui) for uuUia,'. liit pur' No uu of I'Otiih" iiose ml I U jire. tiii meiiK ali mt irnur kliulieu cjiilp iidiito & for to about U ! liuteriimeul'ii bulletliu, lio re.au'e tuu iii'i cod of nun.', iio to pro. moteiiuil prote t yo ir u ui.iii I your families liffiltb. nou to in ike Ii )ii.t'k.'t'niii uluinler iiiiilmiru f conn ulo il uiul pleaunt by uti lizing uioaeru tciouee in tue Home. TliN book. He u ilc. is nriiu' I it $i. U) nor BLACK-DRAUGHcopy au. I fro ii ivlut ivj iiulermu I it T uum u complete fiui coiiec couro1, uou. 1 IWA'. l ileiite.I, .mil it i to every interested houteuife WriU thu Homo I'.ecmomlos Deiiarlmiut of the Calumet, lllkin' I'on'der Co IllKJ-.'- -t I illiuiNtt, Clileiji III for fall particulars rcjtr.liii.: the boolc uu I Ii in' lo secure it uirft nn g D Thedford's S Purely B 9 Vegetable F.9 g 21st HHBHHBaHHBBr1Bi8HaaHaaaBaB CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR o Liver Medicine S finESQDDgnDoaar DD MM AUGUST - YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE LOOKING FOR YOU AT THE B K. i IflBfiSGHFS HHHHHHHHHHHHHHH bJih SIGHlb MORE iu ADMIRE EXHIBITS TO MORE O Biggest Event Information,f The The For Full Write- lO I Year rf. 11 ifajrdW, 'MORE MORE' Don't V, PLEASURE ALL FOR INTJZR2S.T OBJECTS ' OF 12 192 1 Miss Socwtofy A Single Day uko, aitibViN II, FISH, 'V ... ft j '. "iu , ,.jIL!Aa4lafts,.,. i,V u . M rJ Jti . - 1. ,l.i Ximi " MWI"H" One Measure of a Man's Abififg To Manage His Affairs Successfully Is His Bank Account The tiiaii who consistently nnd roulnrly adds (o his savings invites confidence, Thu frugal and tlirilty man finds u ready extension of credit when lie needs it. Kveryono should save a portion of his , earnings. Wo extorul to you tho advantage of our banking facilities, which will make saving easier. We pay interest on time deposits. THE CENTENARY OF A GREAT AMERICAN WOMAN, MARY BAKER EDDY . PUBLIC JUDGE ANID SPEAKING 9 IBBfe. B. J. BETHURUM BANK OF MT. VERNON T. J. Nioeley, V. L. .alBBBBBBBr T"filLH MIL President. Richards, Cusli'or. Bilthpltce and'clilld. heed home of Mry Baker Eddy, Bow, near Concord, New llampthire, OUR DUTY IN TtlK PRIMARY, AUGUsr 0, 10121 The August Primary is drawing near, You can see the candidates ejy whirr, They meet you hero, they meet yon then, They say that the man for the right they are. They meet you with a long ,sly smile, They want to .shake hands and talk awhile, They say they will do awfully big work, But some of thoin from the right do shirk. Now they're all good men, us they have said, But wo want men "villi a lei el head, Tint will be on duty both day and night, And bundle our laws both just and right. Now voters ot Rockcastle, it's time to awake And vote for the men that the right will take, We want the tuau that's worth the dollar, And will wipe the mooiisliiuers out ot the hollow. It's our duty now to fully decide And vote for the men that will stand by our sido, When we go to the polls on August tho sixth, Let's thiuicol theiuslilU 'wav bact m the sticks. Yaur children aren't sufo; kuop that in mind, While that naty moonshine is so eaiy to tiud, They carry i: ou horses; they carry it on mules; They drink a lot of it uud then act like fools. It's time for us voters, both I uud you To go to the polls and see what wo rati do To elect good mea that are true and firm, That will break up stills and destroy the worm Aud catch these men that are guilty of crime, o- - ' "LBBRl CrenltePynmld Me- morial markinf hlilh-Elac- e of Mary Baker at Bow. of MONTICELLO, KY., Will address the voters of Rockcastle County in the interest of the candidacy of Judge Bethurum to succeed himself as Circuit Judge of this Judi. j. Austin" brown cial District as follows: On July ltilli Hit) tliinilit of litiu-Jrocof tlmiMimW of oiirncst Clirln. tliin oili will turn IiiJuIiik imni ory timiinl tlie little town of How, one liumlreil New !liiiiiililre, wln-rjours hko wiim lioru Hie iMM who tiller tieriiine known to tlie world ns Mary linker IMily, tlie foiimler nml Bittern the memhera of her church nnd to protlde for its orderly and extenvioii. These rules or illsomrrrr of the inott remnrknlile of ull inixleru hilritiinl nioeuieiitH. A few jciirs iiko n writer In K Rretit Imiliin iiiiiKiuliie, when cnitmieiitlnj: Ion Slrn. 1 Mill's "streiiKth of cluiriicter tenner. niliiKleil with extnionllniiry liess for liuiiiunlty," Milil her "one mii iiiuoiint inuMoii him eer t.eeii the good of mniLklntl." While only the Hither etlinnle of M.tillj' run rightly eMliiutte. thu work of the human figures Unit imns now Inclined to neceit the lcv of mime of lt more IholiKhtfill lender tlmt iiiiioiii; the crent nml khm1 women of hlntory, none will lme a more enduring idnee tliiin Mary linker IMilj Born of xturil- - Sootch-CniilM- i who ocro"s the worhl thu world Ik c-- And take them to jail on double quick time, Aud lock them up both hard and stout, And fix thut door so the cuu't get out. We want good judges above them all, To sit in the chair uud good citizeus call, And get them befotethein us they go, And lei them tell them all they kuow. If you do, you'll get uu indictments, not one out of nine. Tbey make ii on jour ngut, they make it on your left, And you Know very well they wo ut tell on their self. Mow fathers and mothers, you nuy take this as fun, But wnat about your uear lutiu sou ? Uaa-yJuise him up m the way he should go, Wont he drink that moonshine, that so free does tlow? Now for the sake of our children, our boys uud girls, Audliil good people alt over the world, Let's get together, uud all people alike. We can make out some way to build our turnpike. A friend to Rockcastle Adv. uu Not sum moms men that are guilty of the crime, PROGRAM M' J Rockcastle County Convention of Christian Churches and Bible Schools To be held at Rose Hill Church SUNDAY JULY 31, 1021 9: 9: 45 10.00 10:10 10:20 10:30 10:40 10:50 11:00 11:15 11:20 11:50 30 Devotional Service conducted by President's Welcome Address 'The Bible School and the Child Discussion The Bible School and the Youth Discussion Hie Bible School and the Adult Eld. M. G. Fish W. H. Fish e Miss Niceley De-si- Mrs. L. N. Bowling A.M. Hiatt Discussion The How and Why of Co- - operation Chas. C. Davis Speciul Music R se Hill Choir "Keligous Education, the Greatest Present Need", Neid K. McGowan Roll Call anil School Reports. Appointment of Committees. Ullcriut. BASKET DINNER Devotional Service Business Session. All Committees report except futura work. Secretary's Report Chas. C. Davis t 2: 10 Leader in the Local Church Adress 15 minutes Mrs. Geo. Payne Conference 15 minutes Dr. W. E. Gravely 40 Should the Christian Tithe? Address 15 minutes Rev. H. N. Burnett Conference 15 minutes 3:10 OntheJobJp.the.County Neal K. McGowon 3: 40 Repdrroygijure Wjirk Committee. GfejDSou.sjJpri ad Adjournment. This proiJrifyeiAjNt u Change Jn speakers and subjects. School in tlje county Is urged to send Each Church as many delegates as possible and a written report. 1. 1: 30 40 t Wki-WM- her forliears were union: lhoe the mlKlity Anierli.tii nation out of the wilderness. Aiur ently of that hlsli t)fe of ihaineler hl h with ilelllierallou iIioom'S the thluiss of life. Jtrn. it i3thun of IlKht nloii wlildt hate trawled with Joy and Kralitmle itilllluiiM of himiiin lieiiiKN. At uu uxe eoiinU his when the nwriiKo peri-oIteM work linlflifd, .Mrs Kddy liesun "y nlHfliiK her Kreiilet ""'!. '"l ""l'" ftlit-rla the IJ years since her tlmt ihurch spiritual leaders of hUlory, hhe lived to see lier te.uhliiKK elaliWied uu it was orgunlzisl, Mrs. Kddj's teachings recognized Intlueiice for good In the hate spread throughout the worhl. through approximately two thousand world. distinct organlallmis, and have Inelud.'s Aduit Mr. IMdy'a aiu'C-tr- y n powerful luilucnce In the Hies fiimilleM of of the most dUtlnKUli-liei-l of millions of The Christian Kiiglund nnd Scotland. A direct Science publications, Including the u il.niKliter of a kins of Christian nut Monitor, n dully Scotland, and so her lino Is connected nevvspniier 'Science of universally recognized with the present royul house of Great excellence, curry messages their to- - muiiu llrilnln, nml thun throughout the world. nutliorltleM, straight hack to U.nlil, The earthly pilgrimage of fhe king of Ixruel. Koiiiuler of this great lellglous Kehrmiry i, ISO!, ut nioWiueut mine to a close ou Peceiu-he- r It wuk on SwmnpKiolt, Lynn, Miikjl, tlmt near II, 1)110, and ou that occasion a remurkuhle Sire. Kddy lit the press of the world n effect of u spiritual healing from thu trlhiito to the work of this i pronounci-- fatal. great religious figure. Agreement or fall which had Scrip- dlsagleemi'iit Willi her teachings had Till experleiue, with further tural Htudy, led to her dlscowry thjit nothing to do iippaiently with Iho sinIs mind and ull vfTcctx cere appreciation expressed on every ill ineutal pheuoiaetin, nml tliut there N hand that this gentle American womu dellnlte plrlliml luw which, under-blooan had lifted up ii standard of conduct goteriix ull human ulTulrn. She and character that had worked vastly yearn In working In trie Improvement of the moral the next nine s out, pnnlng, uud teuclilug the truth of the world. As nit IndUntloii uf Iter dltcowry, uud then ptihllhed of the estimate In which she was held her book, "Silence mid Health," In by those who knew lierbest, tlie illy 187.". In June of the xninu yeur mIic council of her home ilty. Concord, N, opened legulur umlccs ut her home II., on this occasion passed a formal In Ljnn, a i id gate to the little gmup resolution declaring "that by the death who there womhlpped with her, tlie of (he Itet. Mary Baker Kddy th Scientists." TIiumi world has suffered uu Irieparnble loss inline "Chrihtluii HtuilentH coininencetl ut oiicu to pr.ic uud the liltrclis of Concord the loss tlce ClirUtluu Science healing, ami of mi honored nd ii devoted friend of from thut day to this tho In tiling of our city who.su motto wus 'to Injuie Hie tilck mid tho regenerating of the no man, but to bless all mankind.'" xlnful lime constituted the practical That thu citizenship of Mary.llaker ministry nf Christian . Sileiue. In Kddy was of a high order nuiy pep liegan her haps bo gleaned from a sentence June. 1878, Mm. IMdy Christian Hcleneu work In Huslou, nod In a Boston paper many years 111, IS7!, Mtu ago when Mrs. Kddy was asked for on ratrlots' tiny, April fonnully organized thu llrst C'liilsliiiu her political beliefs: "I have none In Science church whlih she declared reality, other tluili to help support a (he righteous government, to Into Cod was "designed to word uud wotks of our Muster, width mid my neighbor its iuself." should reinstate primitive Cliilstlanlly .When one has climbed tho giecn untl Us lost eleluent of healing." l ihu hills of How rising from the There followed the estuhllkhineut of waters of the Merrimack; he a college for tlie teaching of tho new reaches the rolling uplands where Scienie, and In lHKI thu puhllc.itloit stood thu Baker homestead. Marking of thu ftrot of thu Inlliieittial period, the birthplace tislay, like u silent, Imlulls which hne helped m tremen- movable sentinel, Mauds a great grandously to tpreud tho teachings of ite pyramid nieiunihil hewn from the Ten jears after largest block of granite ever quarried t'liilMlan Science. founding her ihurcli In Huston, Mrs. In New Hampshire. It seems to Kddy returned to her mitUc state of symhollro the life work New Ilumpfchlru and estuhllbheil her of Mary Huker Kddy which Christian home ut Concord, almost within sight Sciential believe tn have been the disof her childhood home ut How, covery that principle is Ood nml thut Then followed u period ot almost Christianity nnd Scleiuo uro in renllly twenty years of retirement ut her Identlcul. 'On ouo of the bronze tabView." lets on this memorial appear these beautiful c.slute, "I'leasunt Tli 're her time ami thought weie giv- words, quoted from Mrs. Kihly'u writen to further spiritual research mid ings: pla u for th" further extiii'ilou of Ihu "Tills truth Is the rock which tit gru if religious Movement she hud bullderu rejected, but 'the same Is Islieil and In which klie held thu tho head of the corner.' Thl hoa tied title of l'ustor Kuierltus. Is the chief corner utone, the basis t'erliupg her most lniiirtant nnd Mipport of creation, the interpretlnrlug this period wus thu ter of one (Jed, the Inanity uud unit " (fovelopuieiit of a codu of rules to of good." rareil IMib-hlaze- il "hj'luws," together with lertnln oilier Important matter, are lontuliiisl In the churth "Miiniuil."" The pietlslons of this "Manual" are Jealously guarded by Chrlsllati Silentlsts because they consider tlmt It embodies the rtspilreinenls for guiding them Individually and collectively uud Inc suring the ultimate understanding and P.M. uiicptmice of Christian Sifenio by llie world at large. In fail, some Christian .Scientists believe that this P;M. manual Is designed to Identify and tl protect 1lie progieste mluorlt) In P.M. cadi siiuvsslto stage of the development of. the iliiiuli body and in niIiu It ul.lle the more rapid unftddmeiit of P.M. eat It ailiaiulng fisitstep in tlie line of 1 spiritual 'evolilllon. Some i;Iso Ik. it Ileve that it system thai will liisiiri1 P.M. the successful uccoinpllliment of these results when honestly nml Intelligently applied to a collective body or community, means far more than tit III st appears oil the siirfme; In fact, that Mrs. Kddy has evolvul n scientific- - system which will ultlmately I'liu Speaker, lion .1. Austin Hro'wti, is one of Kentucky's gifted orators, and affect nil human goteruuveul nnd organisation ii in I Insure the world's I'vuiyoiiu He ectnes from tho county where .Indite Methurni s opponent was hear him. progress on n dellnlte uud pniitlcnl aiul nited, and will yivo lnuloipieiit and forcfful lnngunge his rensotls why H, O. Kenbasis by the more rapid lioiii. nedy should not be elected Circuit Judge of this district, likewise hi-- t reasons why Judge dawn of eiieh succeeding stage of . Ititt litirtim alifatiiji nn ri.ftli-1i,liilfobluient and the ellnilni-tloof the long mid hitler struggles All voters nhotild hear them and nil are invited to attend, the ladies especially; which hate ulwuys ohstrmtcd liuiaau- - Wilmot Chapell School House July it Conwav School House ti Wildie School House V. Owen's Store O or Rueben Baker's Store Fairview Scho(;l House Red Hill School House Livingston school House Mt Vernon Court House (The speakers will attend the Rand Day Cele.bration at Brodhead Monday July 25) 1 26 27 2 00 30 27 27 00 28 7 30 28 00 29 2 7P.M. 30 2P.M. 00 30 7P.M. imiH-lliu- u f (i. S.GKIKFIiT, Chairman, Judge Hethurum's Campaign Com,, UBBUKK THE WUONG OF 1917. Rockcnstle County e stau-lard- July 7, 10Eaci, bidder must accompany rnuliled Sealed bids w ill bo received, by hts bid with a bond or certified and eonsilna- with bilioustid-itthoSlato Hlghwav Commission, check for ifl60. 00, )ayttbla to tioa. wliic'i mule life mlsorablo at the olrice of tho Stato Highway tho Stato Treasurer, credit of for m . My app.'tite failed me. Engineer, U"d Capitol Builditift 'tho Department of State Itoads I lou my inuil fore; and vitalFrankfo't, Kentucky; until i'too and Highways, ity. Pepiic pre pa rations uud p. in. on the 38U1 day of July Tho right is resorved to reject cathartics only nudo mattors IO2I, fortho improvement of the any and all bids. worio. I do not know where I Mr. g Road,' APPROXIMATE would huvo lieen today lnd I at tho city limits uf Mt (TIES. not tried Clminberlain's Tablets Vernon and extciidimi 4:12 miles s." '" Medium Oil or Tar g Tho tablets relieve tho ilj Tons Stono chips or pea 22 'south of Livingston, in Hock-tho castlo cot.nty, a at once, strungthen distance of an- -, gr,,Ve 21,753 squaio yardff Cleaning digestive functions,. helping the prox rates. suitacp system to do its work nattirully," COM-HIGHWAY This road Is ollicially known' STATU writes Mrs Kon I'jtt , Birs Stato Project No. 5, Section MISSION. mingham, Ales. S" DosSm HiBh' M, on the Stato Primary system ' U ; way Engineer. 37 at in Uoekcastie Coua ty. I STIPATfuk "For years BIUOUIVEii AND CON- - NOTICU TO CONTRACTORS -1 o:d CaPito1 Boildipg. Frankfort wis t I Vernon-Living- ston QUANTI-beginniu- I feci-lu- ,.,,., 1 11 J? - -- Readtjc TheSignalvje at Law This imprnvoineiit will consist AGENTS WANTED We out 0 lady I he genuine J. K. Vernon anil oilier iiui, mmy lurmiv or gentleman agent far Watklua 1'roducli In ML vaimul towni; A Dig Op iiuiicr. iTiia iuuht iu . It. WutKlui Co., C5 Meal- - nfappl)ing Liluiiiinou.s surface C. C WILLIAMS Vernon, Ky. Will practice In all the Court, Stiitc- - anil 1'cilural OIMrc pa Cliiuch Stux't Mt Httornay d troatment aud covermi: with stono chips or crushed griyel n accordnnco with approved ,K drrfiil olter, J. specifications. ' ilili, Trull, Inst ructions to bidders, forms pioimsals nnd speclflcations may bo secured at tho oflice of tho State Highway Kngincer, of FOR .,!, fr, 1,i11ir.fr CASTO;? Children Ory FLETCHER'S JA beau-llfu- Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank Because- it is YOUB homo hank. Because its officers nml directors nro nil homo people are nil known to you, AND AUK YOUR FUIKND3. b e mcom-plldime- COHEAND VU1NG v A r Cmtmf W A sJ I V Alwybe A For biltnts and Children D IIM ll A - In Us For Over 30 Years . of CZ&ftfZ&U TnB'sAMR KVERYWHERE iWf.drinks Wuf. im.a (Ut Wi nf PnUn fchcar. a BUQ ,( LADY AGENTS WANTED kln Cocoanutou, anampoo atif u"nativo newspaper or Laiioro, llnq of over I37 other Quality dla, says, "I huvo used ,nln's county t0 handle our lino of Lady Love Toilet preparation are big sellers. Wo bor's Colic and Diarrhooa Horn, Easy work. Largest commission wantrtladyor rentlhinan ugont edy many timeJ aunongmy L&y ivq perfumo Co., in Mt. Vornon and otlior vacant children and sorvants, for collo 12 Liuden st. cities. Write today for free and dlarrhyea and always found samplo and particulars. J. R, j, of(o:tlve " clntDatl( Watkins Co. 66, Memphis Tonn, IVntlfina fiiiMiinnr '"-- MM, BAbKKT. AGENTS WANTED uecnuso your f rinds are inoro vitally interested in YOUli welfare than 'others can possibly bo. Because tho bunk is conducted ou safe nnd sound busiiios' principles, and takes uo clmuces with other people's money. Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Bank Floyd Miller, Caihler 5 - in-bl- g Cham-Prodp- , U.O.Uakcr, I'roBident Oapltal 920,006.00 Surplus $12,OOO.oo ,1 4910-49- S. 'I il il i'C JI w .Juq&t': Tw? :".' w Lcv,-..';"'-- ? ' . Ji ' S .-- V -. J Wfr&. wj , J -- - , n r 1 r ; . - n 4 :A