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Established J88734tn 'Year xvttvx x No 39 ivn " Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, July 22, J 92 J nil k-- : a vTrr rxTIXi iCIZXj "J v'r VOTE FOR tffr i I I To I Taylor IOR OTE FOR a R. L Langford s T. J. BAL FOR Circuit Cou ft T Clerk FOR High Sheriff ROCKCASTLE COUNTY C, Republican Primary. August 6, 1921 HAVE been a republican all my life, voting the Republican ticket and giving both my time and money for tho advancement of the Republican party. I nin a native of Rockcastlo County. My parents died when 1 was quite young, and I just " growed up '' at Brush Creole. I rover wont to school until after I was fourteen years of age Then reahzmg tho need ol an education Hook the Lincoln way going to tho tree schoolsand studying my books often until after midnight. Later I partly finished my education at Borea 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 L met with some sucess. k&, l?fl RBl'UIIMOAN PRIMARY AI'OUST 1921 rriA. v fw 'srt I'. Ea&i fcKLV& Btl- - ws i K Jailer ii ii in urn ii in1 mi mmirearwTfa BMDDRSU EX-STU- D! RIIS to. Rjir" 7- Vfr' wr i. . . L'.Vi- - I HAUL PHILLIPS We, the ex soldiers of RoeV. castle County, arc -- making a spcci.il effort to elect Earl Phillips for Cottntv Court Clerk. He is one of our number and one who is altogether wortl y of the place. J I is rroral character is of the verx hc-tis qualification nlso'l Wo foci it our duty to not only ; A a will there is a way. I rrw t V.S tv Ktj J0S1AH CUMMINS k $ r. L. LANGFORD for Sheriff J II LAMBERT I f.. , 8 :- -- DRI'U Wft. i T I K S k wfi. im kr Moro iIihii oinuigh of the. best Kepubliean men timl women of this' county have to'il mo tlitit they tin goingto nominate ami elect inc. Their word to no is a" good a ((loveiuircnt I'oiiiN. They mean what they say. They ilo what they ay. (iml helpinir me. am u of the going to merit their confidence Jn the last week-Simml. I made not merely a statement of where I stood, hut a KWOKN AFFIDAVIT. This is a fight for- - o d ciean county, government and Ian: proud to In an instrument in your hands to help carry it out. This is the Peoples Time, The people against 1 " is-u- " i 5 limlilyl thing wi cm f .r a vlion vv k i i sup-I- t rt ''lid liilp We w re railed upon in the ro-- ( 'nt greit eoniliet to slick now let us stick to one u lollier in civil life and do foidg. h ng for our comrade. Wo feel' confident that Phillips will bo our next County Court Clerk. This article was prepared by Phillips' comrades and friends, Adv is suppirtP 1 (. Iiu linl'ieury! I have been one of Rockcastl.-'r-i srsVol teachers for fventy years I solicit y.iur snppji't.on my qualifications, I passed the examinations required by law lor Circuit Court Clerk. I havo had a college course in book keeping: If you had a business of your own that required a hook keeper you would, advertise to get ono and from the applicants fcr tho job you would select the man best qualified look aftor your interest. There is no reason why you should not do ths same in voting for a man to be your Circuit Court Clerk. Won't you recognize my qnali fixations and cast your vote for me?- Njither of my opp mints hi I t i.rire for a.i olucUbn livc'i I did Waile eduji i his P.ioi vn Suijrintenljntof Ssln'ils (L'tt'n) BUI wis f.ir R y(ciul! Imniv', fur tv t'sr.m. ail tlurj In nm i Dim inotll-almost all tho tiun since then. Tnere is one now. Won't you let Hillie wait a ' , little tonger? edu:a-tioWhile .lessa DiUird Wjis bemraisad aid gating whit lu calls an his f.ulur wis drawing pu'ilns iy fro y mr cjunty sei'. for being a pi'icaman, and ha is still Mt. Venu.iN Pollcjinin. s I. have given you the facts draw your own conclusions. My. case is iu your hands. N Will thank you for your sappnrt in this Ciin.n'gn. Yours for abetter Rock' castle. t-- j 1 1 e A n 111 111 11 Respectfully, T. J. BALL. Listen! REPUBLICANS My opponents have tried to tell you in speeches and through the paper why they should be nominated to the oflice of Circuit Clerk and why Bill should not. Now I will try to tell you why Bill should be nominated and why Professors Ball and Debord should not. t-i- i. ST- - politicians. The people against crime The people against graft and corruption. Stand by me and we will havo a houseolean-in- g Your Obedient Servant, Aug. 6. 1051. . RL LANGFORD S 1 Vote for Mamma ' FOR COUNTY n-- lCOUR T VlClK ( MRS. LELIA MAY COOPER ' Mrs. John RENNER Aguiu to the voters of Hockcustle county and espcc'ully to the ladies: I am soiry that because of the weather and the lack of conveyance I could not get around to seo you all bofore tho election. So now to my friends 1 hopaymi will not lot any man make you cannot be shoriff with good men to stand by mo And friends I will select meu to&turt with, not a mail who Indulges and promises ttso people if thoy will elect him he will mako them a sober ofllcor. Friends a sobor man don't havo to mako tho people a promise lileo that, if he is u sober man to start with. Now friends I am not sliimiiig mud at any man lam only slinging facts and this is Mr. Chirks ploa to tho people. And Mr Langford says if the ptoplo will elect him ho will clean up the county, Well Mr. Langford has had two yoars to help clean it up mid his dad threo and u half years and thoy havo not tven kept the court house clean. And tl e county nevir was 111 as deplorable condition. Now some of you are saying what can a woman do? Well frlonds I will bo in the shorift's oflice when you como to trat'sact busii oss. I will keep a clean court house I will appoint tr rod mon for my deputies I will appoint a irood mm in tiwn to intend to any business that would not lie legitimate for 11 luUv to now I submit mv case to the men who want the law enforced do. mid especially to the ladies of Rockcastlo county who want Urn Jaw enforced and their homes protected. So iow ladles and gontlemen bo not deceived, bv promises for ''what so over you sow so siull vou nlso resp". Thanking you in advance for auyjatoryou may bestow 011 me at the Piimary, Aug. 6th,, 1931. ll August 6th, J92J Republican Primary Dear Votors, What do you think of tliosn four big stout muii chasing around after each other telling the biggest stories thoy can think of on ournmnin, Don't you buliuvo one word of thoin For they wont do. t One says I'm a soldiej- and stout. Another says I' m an ollicor, I must not go out, 'l 110 tlinil says I'm so relii'ious all about , tho fourth says I'm old and puny and sour as kraut, So wo must split tho vote 8.0 Thn won t pout. - First They rank with the very best of Rockcastle's educators, with first class certificates, and our dear old County with so few educators like my honorable opponents and in dire need of them. It would be doing the younger generation of Rockcastle a great injustice to deprive them of such talent and virtually waste it. Boys you talk of the hard times you had guininti your education, I will ask you Jiow can you have the heart to turn 11 deaf ear to the boys in your dear old county who are pleadiKgfor help in their struggles to gain an education like the one you both have. Boys, you can't afford to do it. Voters how can you allow it ? You will not allow it, 1 am sure. Second The saying is "put a good man into politics and you ruin hiin."Sa friend uba't ruin the morals of these two youa educators by putting them in office. They both will teach this year, Friends, I have been voting 28 years. Third Defeated for this same office six years ugo. Never held office. All the money I ever Voted 22 drew from the county was for hard labor on the Grade. yeurs before asking the Republicans for help, six years ago. Would My opponents have had a not ask you now if I was able to work. hard time getting an education, but are on "easy street" now. I was on "easy street" once but bad health put me on "hard luck" (alley. So please help the man who is in tough luck now. Eight weeks ago I nad a big road truck to turn over on me and hurt my back so that I am not able to ride but little, and will not get to see you all. But knowing the Republicans of old Rockcastle as I do, I bid you goodbye until we meet aguin in the Circuit Clerk's oflice ufter January 1, if not somewhere else sooner. Your Friend, BILL DAVIS VOTE FOR iBt 117 ct4l Now what do you think of such men? Thoy aro help ing each other out. Wo want yon to liulp us if you ploa&u. Thanking you nil. Your-- little friends, Annie May mul Leonard (.1oo)er, I JohnClohtz Fonjailer I t Kespectlully, Mrs. John Rentier. raarr V ,. : tfV 1 fi'S3& 1 rrtpJ rv . 1" i dt MT. VERNON SIGNAL coi,il-cm- , AloijNTVKKNON, KYPKIDAY. .Il'LY 22 1921 . iiiiril at thf Hi Vernon, Ky. l'oip1ic u nmii unttri. J'u Wished ovil-Hiiclay by A K Mll.Uik AXXOl'XCKMKXT We are mithorlnl iiibjtit to l'or Jailor Mm. VA.'AiS I'UICK W M. McN'CW, tu i lie notion of the I'M I) lit next AiiK'ift I'lluiuy, WILLIAM ARNOLD Jr. WA1W II LSO.M II l'or Clicnlt ii. .i. Jinlgo ai LIVHSAY HAYl.OK. M. nrniru'i JOHNNY CLOM. MONROU II. C. KI.NNltllY. LIIILK JOHN , l'or Cireuit Couit Clctk. T. J, HAM. W. T. (Ull.t.) DA Vis, rou tanloi: C IIOWARM MAHLOR - milli:r "iiililcnlj ell n Ii Imtli lunula In n pes-lin- e of It iniiiiot lie mill Hint illnner wni n incnl of p:iiklliiu calefy. Mr, Hen-to- n win piilpuhly III nt cnso. nml tie-jnnil it few ihxultorv remnrku mmkn linnll) at nil: while the elrl, who snt opposite Hitch, though she iimilo one or two Mtllmit nttcmptH to hrenk the liniB nlblne, epetit tnoit of the liienl In i nlxenluilnitcilly, wlnilou, Kturi'tl pulierlng dusk nt tlic lititlo lutlf MiluVn In thu tiee. Ami HiikIi. wlin win untitling lilni flu ii (ftliler Ion croil IliN, hiiw him PUMh, I f r t Ml" lleutim I IN lmt nn4 wulkliiK tlironuli tlio I tip." tnnt come And took kmiIIpiI to tin- - iioiii, LycKY Strike cigarette uoastedj tj inoi til wutchlni: her fiilhor. If Tor .MiiKlitriUu Jst District. W. II. dlC.MOM ji:ssi: ji l'or Coitnlj I'ouit loik. l'or JOHN W MiiKlMr.iU- '.'nil DKtiiit KIRIIY HARUIM)N C MngMi-ile I. V. IIUI.LOCK K.J. McUI.NMJY, KARI.K V A Ith DUtrV: I)i:i.LAIH) COTTON, W. rHlLI.II':!, 0. MULMNS, .lib I ckomci: Fr MnnMnite Utrlcl. MRS. I.KL1A MAY COOI'HR T J. NICKLKY Counti JuJjje I.KK WAHI) 1. V. nOtt'MA.V CAM .MOI.MN'S rnr.r.vi.w Ki:n:o.N I to mil ns, ii' For Countable 111, District, JOHN 0. KI.I.LY, l'or Tat ''iimnlonei HICIIAIlDllitAN'AMAN JOHN I'. PIGl",, Rc;resonUtle hist District W M COTTON Tor Shu ill ,lri 1) JOHN II. I.. ui;nnkr t..S(!KOI:i) fi CI.AItfC VM. l RKV DITKHAM ForSurvcjor to happen. Hugh had not Ik en In the room ten minutes before Ids host produced the struigtli to cany. Hut thoie fiemed to be no pursuit, wiilsk), nml during the time tunt he s boToaihed the took to drink n mild nlghtuip, Mr. no hue ami r,v. ami looked back, Benton Miuooded In lowering three Utile gate ho extremely strong glasses of spirit. nnd ho f tided bo saw outside the ' Anil what innde It the more sad wus window n glmiii of while surh as n J for un liilunt. I III! It! vi H that tlio man wns olivlmistv not n shirt irtml. Ho pierlnj: Into tlic dirlcness mid ttsover-Inhenv- - di Inker by prcfireuie. his bic.itli, wlen with n villous At eleven o'clock Hugh ruse nnd phut something burli d lisolf in the tree said good nlglU. oF A "You'll ring If )ou want an) thing, beside Mm. Diimiiiiouil lliigorod im won't )our said Ids host. "We don't more; long .vears of operlonco left hnve veT) in.iny visitors here, but I no doubt In bis nilml as to what that hope )ou'll find ever) thing )oti re- soon thing was. fesffaVTliaffi "C'ninpiessoilnlr rllli or eledrle," affair quire, breakfast nt nine." Druminnnd iloeil the door behind ho muttered to himself, stiinilillnir on b Vh ?bbbV. vaft hlni, and stood for a moment In and half dragging, half rtirolng his MC-NEI- E L silence, looking round the hall. It iliueil (simpaiiloti. Ho wns not very clear In his own wns deserted, but ho wanted to got tne geography nf the house firm!) im mind what to do nel, but the unit-ti- r niustrattons bu WTsiT-was settlul for him iuico(todly. printed on his mind. He stuj.ped MY5RS Haul) bad ho got Into the drawing-room- , ucrrfss toward the ilniwlng-nsmIn"xsMisi i v imihi side,, as he hoped, he found the girl. !opyrighi by Geo H Do ran Co wlen the door opened and the bhe rose the Instant he eaino In. girl rushed In. SYNOPSIS. ' "(let him uwny at nine," she crlisl. nnd stood by the mantelpliso with lior "Hut this pnper snjs l.e's cettlag hands locked. "In )our car. . . . Don't waste a hotter," object! d Diuimnond. "'SuffPROLOaUE.-- In Oecembtr, i91S, four "What was It?" she half whispered second. I've started her tip."- men tuthtred In a hotel In Berne anil iciently revered to conduct buslne&s heard one of the quartet outline a plan as usual.'" "that nwful noise at dinner?' "Coisl girl," he cried cnthuslustlcnl-I)- . to paraljie Great UiiUIn and at the He lofiked nt her gravel) for n "Hut what about )ou?" "If he Is Slllllclentlr rprnnrnl ame time selte world power. The other while, mid then he shook ills head. She Mumped her foot linpatkntly. three, Hocklnj, American, and Stelneman .conduit business list u&uul. uliv rfiii i ".Shall and Von QraU, Gtrmani, all millionaires. jsend his confidential secretary nwiij i leave It ns n nlght-blrt- l for "I'm nil right absoliitel) all right. aeree to the scheme, providing another jeMoruay morning on an urgent misthe present?" bo snld quietly. Then Ret hlni aw u) that's all that matman, Hiram Potts, an American, Is taken he leaned toward her. and took-- her ters." In The Instigator ot the plot Elves his sion to IlelfHHtl" lunula In'hls own. "Cd tn tit tl, little Druniniond giiumd. "The humorname as Comte de Guy. but when he "Search mo," snld Hugh. "Inci-degirl," he ordered: "this Is im- - shnu ous thing Is thnt I hnvin't nn lil..,i Ieacs for England Hlth his daughter he tu My, how do jou Know ho did?" decides to use the name Carl Peter&on. "I asked at the Carlton this With a Crash the Stopper Fell From And,, may I sav, -I think )ou're Just who the bird Is eiept that" Ho " wonderful. Thank- Go'l jnu saw my paused, wlili Ids e)es fixed on the she answered. "I snld fit mm,. Mr. Benton's Nerveless Finaers, CHAPTER I. Capt Hugh (Bulldog) ndrertlscnient I" Druniniond, a retired officer, adiertlsos lifter a Job at-- t plst for Mr. Potts. Breaking the Flnger-Bow- l In Front for worn that will give him exiltement. fiently he released her hands, and They told me at the Inquiry "dice that of Him, While Every Vestige of Color signing "XIO' As a result he meets he wus 111 walking o the- door, hold It upon for In bed and unable to see Left His Face. Ph)llls Benton, a young woman who her. "If by nn) chance jou should So I nsked for Ids secrehis ad She tells him of strange an) body. things In the night turn over murders and robberies of which she tary, nnJ they told me what I'e Just stonnpr foil frnm ..,, ItA.i.ntc. nH ,., .... ..u... 1w .iiiiivu .iritis hear go a band headed by Carl Peterson und told oil and to sleep ngnln." s fingers, breaking the finger-bow-l Hint lie Und left for Belfast ) Htnrj Iklngton of being the leaders "Hut what me 1011 coIiil-- to do?" that morning and would be away sev in rrout of him, while every vestige she oiled. ClIAI'TUH II. Orummond decides to eral iIhjs. It mav he tlmr tlmra'n , of color left his fnce. go to The Inarches, Miss Benton's home. nothing in Hugh grinned. "I lutvtn't the re It; on the other hand. It "It's something these da)s to be .nu aiiempi is maue on the road to wreck may be that there's a lot. And It's "Doubtable to suy that." remarked Hugh, mot est Idea," he nnsiM'ted. his machine when another, occupied by Peteison, Ijiklnglon ari4 a strange man only by following up eery possible pouring out himself u glass. "Wine. less the Lord will provide." blocks the road While dining with Phl-U- s clue," she continued fiercely, "that I The Instant the girl had left the Miss ItplitiinV tin tr.l,..l n. .l. l .....v . .. .vn.nvu lit ItlC Kiri, Benton and her father Drummond tan hope to beat those Hends and get who wns storing fearfully out of the room llugli M( tubed oft the lights, and hears a terrible thrlek at The Elms During the night Drummond leaes The dHddy out of their clutches." 'wiiiuovv. nnu rnrtea nor to meet Ids steppisl luross to the curtains width Larches and explores The Elms He diseovoied the long windows. He pulled Drummond nodded gravely, nnd did e)e. "It will do )ou good." covers I.ak!nKton and Peterson using a tmt speak. Kor Into his rnlnd had Ills tone wus compelling, nnd after them liable, letting lliem come thumbscrew on un American who signs Hushed suddenly the remembrance of behind hlni; thou, cautloiisl), a moment's hesitation, she- a paper. Drummond rescues the American after a struggle and takes him to that sinister, motionless figure seated the glass over to him. "Will von tmnr he unbolted one side of the big cenhis home. The man Is Hiram C. Potts by the chauffeur. The wildest guess-- , it nut?" she said, and ho saw thnt tlio ter window. Silently ho dodged across tne uiwn toward the big trios at work certulnlj no vestige of proof was trembling nil over. CHAPTER III Peterson Malts Drumthe (nil, nnd leaning up ngiilust one mond the next day, departing with a and yet, having once come, the "Did you did you hear an) thlngj" of them, he proteased to nflike u more threat to return later and recover Potts thought stuck. And as he turned It With n vain endeavor to unnntr ,., ,!,!,. and also a torn paper which Drummond over In his mind, nlmost detailed survey bf his objective. The prepared to his host looked nt Hugh. selied the night of the light. With the Kims. It was the same t)pe of house aid of Peter Darrel, an old army friend. laugh at himself for his credulity "That he answered us the one he had Drummond arranges to hide Potts, and millionaires are not removed agsjnst Just left, und the easily. "Kerle noises thev mnkn !.. substitute In his place one Mulllngs, a de- - their will, In hrond dn.vllght, from one grounds seuneil about the same lzc. they? In France, 'when nuujiiseu suiuier, wno is seized by Peter, or me biggest A wire fence separated the two places, hntelR In London, to sit son and his gang and taken to The Elms, ever) tiling was still, nnd only the nnd In the In Immovable silence In an open ar ; ghostly green (lares darkness Hugh could Just along with Drummond. went hissing up. make out u small wlcket-irute- . elm- the door opened nnd an elderly man lone uveil to honr 'em.. Stniiin,i ,,,,,.. -(Cnntinupd from last week.) , ..,.., ,.,.1. lug n path which enme In. fous out of their lives." He houses. He tried It, connected hotli puzzled tone, "for the sitfie of .ifr. Hugh rose, nnd the girl Introduced and found to his tnlked on. nnd cmduullv tin. Potts. To be 111 and hae a name the two men. "An old friend, daddy," .came buck to the other ninn'a tn,-.-i,. Nitif!iitlnu that it opened silently, , Suve for one room on the ground-Moo- r like that Ii more than most men she said. "You must lime hoard ine Hut Hugh noticed thnt he drained his could stund. . . . Hut I don't quite speak of Cnptnln Drumtnond." port nt ii gulp, and Immediately re- Hugh the house was In darkness, und e . . ." determined to have u look ut "I don't recall the name at the mo- filled Ids glass. . . . unit room. There was u "That man wag stopping at the ment, my dear," hu nnswered courte Outside ever) thing was still; no curtains, through vvhldi think In the Carlton, where he met Luklngton," ously a fact vvhldi was liardly surthe light was repetition of that short. stnmiri,i btreamlng out, width stuitk him as "The Humorous Thing l That I saw the girl. "He Is a multi-mil- I prising "but I fear I'm getting a little again disturbed the Haven't an Idea Who the Dlrd Is silence. With billing possibilities. llonalre, over here In connectlfn with, rorgvtrui. lou il stop und huve some Except that" the traliiim; bred of tnimv hmm 1.. some big steel trust; und when multiKeeping under cover, hu edged dinner, of course." No Sinn's Land, Drummond was lis- millionaires get friendly with Luilng-totoward it, und, ut length, he got Into man's left thumb. The tup Joint was Hugh bowed. "I should like to, Mr. toning, even while he was speaking, n position from which tbelr health frequently does he coiilil see Kenton. Thank you ,'ery much. I'm for the fnlutest susnlelous nnnn.i i,.. milieu" Into ii roil, slinpeless piifp, Inside. And what ho saw made lilni mill Miilileuly the uieuulni; uf the nfrnld the hour of tny call was a little i he heard nothing. The - deddo to chitnce soft wlilsnerIt, nnd go even duser. ut Ijihlnutuii informal, but being round In these lug hml prixluceil s camo gently through Seated ut the tnble wus a man he fnini his pocket beeuine cleur. Also the window: hut the tnnn wlm l.n.i did not reeogulzo; while on either (he iv.ihon of Unit ilieuilful cry at streumed once did not even uliiinm.,- ngaln. He remembered hearliiL. n side of hliu sat Laklngton und I'eter- - illnner. . , . W. il. Fish hud two very "lly Coilt" whlMicreil Drriiiiiiiiiiul similar cry near the hiliU.inL-- n. son. L,)lng on a sofa smoking u uue.-io-ii sales days of Ills nilluchy. nnd two liluhts inter bn hn,i cigarette and rending a novel was a luilf to lilmvelf, while his Juwh wt stock B8tPrida amlSuiurdaj un found the giver of It, nt the- - edge tall dark glrL who seemed completely like a hti-ile. "A lliumbsuew. is fisishing tlio job today Col A. .tit n .,,, ,ufcvu a..... Hint the .fill. ntn.A.1 vjvn .!.. unlnti rested in the prtxecdlngs of The ileUls . . . tho mIik . . ." ..--.- , other three. Hugh placed her I uulilt. iiiililc." "Oh L. Gf.tOS Of IJlinvillf. U IVrnolmr still held In them the horror of the the L'lrl urcn! ".( s yur nt once as the doubtful daughter Irian, Ill un utfony. "J hey muy Im hern hiinsolf ureal auctioneer and fur-ii- . final second. And mnru nr.n.lui..,,ii ut nnd resumed his watch on the group any moment." She. , . . i ilruiwl hlni to uiaiuny (iiHerutinuioiii lor tin than ever. Ids thoughts centered on at tne tame. the ilcior, nnd together they foreeil the fifth occupant of 'the DL'ODle as VVL'll nS I'lMlllH' arwl A pnper wits In front of the man, tho limn Into the our. prices for the goods he is soiling and Peterson, who was smoking a "I.ukliiBlon uon't." snld Iluirli uiib It was with nlmost n look nt rii.,r large clgnr, wus apparently suggest- Mr. Fibh tliltilts hu wiil fot. .i.i ti urJii. "Ami If jou t.ee him tomor-- ! that of oil of his stock today and to- woe Mr. Uenton listened to his tale of Im; that ho shoilM tmiko nsn nf tlm rou don't nk ufler IiIh Jaw. . . about his car. pen which Laklngton was obligingly morrow. s I'lijlim." "Of course )ou must stop hero for holding In readiness. In all respects the night," lie cried. "I'h)llls, (my n harmless tableau, save for one small Continued noxt week) a lot of money Ulltvg the. exuresslpn eo. the lnun's in this I CdN'STAHLi: Itli DISTRICT J. II. IIAKHR Cuiisulile fitli District l'or Representative CHAS. A. CI1ANDLKR of London 81st Legislative District iin.MliInt; more hml lioen rciiulred to lomlnro Driiintiioiiil of the genuine- iii" of hi Interview with her nt the Ciirlton the preieillnR ilny, the ulmos- plioro nt this strained nnd silent imrtv Mlpplled It, At. If tiiioiuieloin of nn thing peculiar ho rnnililod on In his uunl inethod, heedless of whether ho wns nnswered or not ; lint nil the lime his mind wns httslly working, fhJtsJtMCA & lie hud nlie.idy iledded that a Itnlls-Itnji- p wns not the only enr on the nmrket whUh entilil hrenk down nml with the town so fnr nwiiy. his host rotild hnrdly fnll to dear, will rou tell thcm.tn rot n uk him to stun the nlclit. Ami tlmn room read) ?" With un Inscriitnblo Iiii.U in llii.ti ho linil nut jot quite settled how ho propo-e- d to lme 11 closer look nt In wlilch'thniikfulness and uppiel elision sceinod mingled, the glil loft the The r.ltns. At leiiRih the meiil wns oer, nml room. Thcie was mi uniiutiir.il glitthe muld, iiliulni; the iletiuiter In ter In her father's c)cs u Hii-- ti on his front of Mr. Ileiitnn, wlthilrew from cheeks hardly to bo nciotinled for by the witriutli of the evening; mid the roniii. It struck Drumtnoml that during the "You'll e n class of poit, Cnptnln time he had boon nioti.nillin- - d, lout. irumiuonii7' reninrkeil Ids host, the stopper, nml pushing the nt his inr, Mr. llcnton had been fortl- i)lng hlmM'ir. It was otivliius, oven liottle toward him. "An old pre-wn- r to the soldier's) uuprnfe'-'iiin- al 0)0, ,wlnc which I run ouih for." thnt the man's nerves hml irnno to Htich smiled, nml piom ns ho pieces. Ids daugh;pi''.s woist foiebud inc tieiny old cut clnss, lie stllTrned lie suddenly In his chulr. A cry half Ings were likely to be fulfilled, Ids 'shout, half scream, nml stilled nt ts'ked illsjointcdiy nml fn-- t; sle.id), und lie once had come echoing through the bunds vverj' not to ho ulnii)s waiting for vuiiellilng open windows. With a ernli the nrri liifiiiatsigiy fH BULL-- DOG nA DRUMMOND The Adventures Demobilized Officer Who Rund Peace Dull CYiaL 4.APDrT,, r i MwS mi as N MM Ml i m m a..A t sMtlsfaitloti. The ilouuiiotit wits still lying on tl.o table, when Hugh pioihitcd his lovoiver He know Iheio wns foul pin) nliotit nml Iho inudnoss of vvlmt hi had siiidinl mado up his mlud to do novor sirmk lilni; being that fool, he wns mado Hint maimer of wn). Hut le breathed u pious pru)er that ho wo'ild shoot straight and Inn ho hold his breath. The crack of the shot nml Iho limiting of the niy eiutiu lljht bulb In the mum were nlnum slmulliineous. nml Iho iiei v((iiin with a Kur of "Come on. Inns." u. luiist throuab tbo win daw. At mi li.iuniisi, iiilvniiliiL'it over Iho otlio's. wlm (otilil see Until. lug for the iiiuuieitt. ho bluiuloiod KHUiil II i nil. lie timed the Mount l.akhigtiiti to a lili el v: In- - bit him stral.'ht on the point of Iho J iw and ho folt tbo man mi down like a log. Tin ii ho Ki.ihhcd nt tbo paper on the table, vvhldi lore In bis li.iml nml I'h king iho d.ued signer up hodll). he rushed thtoiuh the window onto the lawn, "dure was not an Instant to bo lost; only the Inipasslbllll) of sieiiig whin siiiIiliMilv ulnni-...- ! Int.i ditklicss. had innhled hltu to pull the thin,' hit s far. And. before tint ad (iititajo illsin iicain) Ii,. Iniil in Im luipl. at The U'irdios with his bunliii, no light weight fur ovhmi ii mini of his Ihen It hud been railed shell, shod,, 'Ilic limn wns ilnrnl, livery now und then he stnred rental tin room as If then ho would hnke his hold aid piss his Imml wearily over his foiohead. l'or u ipiartor of nn hour the mono mntltiuod; then Lnk Inston prodiiiMl un lustriiiaeut from Ids pocket. Hugh saw the mini shrink linik In leimr, and reudi for Ho pni. Hut what Iiiiihici him most In that inotnentary Hash of act Ion was I'etoisou. There wns i smnellilng liihuiiriii In Ids complete pisslvlty, i:von ns he wuldied the' null signing his nntno, no trace of emn'loit slmunl oil his faii whereas ' on Lil In, mi's tliote shone n llemllsli I fnce only HttgliliAil oon l More oTfeit ' Children Cry for FUtchr,s Ihe Kind Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself! Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregorio, Drops and Soothing Sjrrups. It-- Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural slets. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. You Have Always Bought, and which has beea In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made' under his per- supervision Blnce Ipi Infancy. juiow. no one t0 decdvo you Jn All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment s0 tJLrz?7Zg, 6nl Just-ns-go- Whatis CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In GtLs4ffi2M Usa Hu on Pnn viM'f -. The Kind You Have Always Bought !" mm rrnmr nIJXxm VSXU. J -- '44$pl inWIK r ;Ii1i it. t llii.-ore- Republicans of Rockcastle County Have you decided To put Rockcastle's interest first ' g i. opportunity . ' To recognize the common people, who are striving to succeed ' the world To elect sober, qualified men To give the rising generation an in- - IF SO 0 T' ' n Vote For .. , ,. ",4 tttfr9P $& , ' M rfCw- " . sv :norn-Ing,- - bus-ptc- le-- .BIB IFR w;f v1 -- 4& t mm J pu-h- J night-bird?- " I t. I aaaaaLnB .HBaBKjIai. laBBBBa night-noise- sue-ccssf- l J Jesse M. FOR D r 1- mlllo-rrnl- !(i ir awi lAliKS BACK Oood-iihjh- t, Clerk KKPUUL1CAN PItlMAIlY, SATURDAY, AUU. , w V vicinity. PossessoMoftuatmoney read this paper; they swear by it. They want to be shown. If your goods axe riRht, they want to buy. This paper talks to that money at regular intervals. it's money that talks back and talks back strong. Get your share do your talking through our columns. (UsfllaSt, bus, k; W. U. U THERE'S .. Nyiiifji " III ft !&A?M Good hard American ifol-KiLy' 1J21 j"l -B- Urs grow on the ,t advertising tree. THIS PAPER GETS AD. RESULTS v r I' Read th i in. S KJULTS MNO (UsfrsU, UW, DOLLARS W, ie n a 1 aAd mm - s . v . I - . rs5 - i kj H. U4 ' aV Ji - ? w 91 has moved to tho proporty ho recontly" bought on West Main strert. t Hobart Griffin Mrs. Alice Tate wrs on tbo side list the fiJst of the weok but wo arc glad to report her much l', t- ". D. G. CLARK Just To Remind You of the - V For bettor now. Sheriff J. W. Mink W. W, Anglin n ' Deputies 1 Republican Primary, August 6, 92 1 Uort Baiter and family of Bowl Ing Green aro with relatives hero for few days. ' hn Lair, T. R. Richards and Willie H. DvU were in Louisville . t week. Charlie Henderson, wife and family Ibft today for their home In New Mexico, after an extended visit with relatives and frielid MT. VERNON FAIR MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY here Mr and Mis T. J. Cherry, Mrs R. I. Thompson and Mrs. It L. Collier motored over from Crab Orchard and spent thoday August CLEVIIIjY 10-11-- 12 Sunday. Monday was stock sale .lay in Mt Vera in ad J. M. Craig. Hoguo Biowt, Cecil Brown of Lmcister and other buyers wero in town Sales were light. Il-- in 192J ... 4 Generous Premiums in All Departments inbor HAND IMY at Bro.l- - A FORD CAK hiMil July 2:th. will ho lrif'ii away Wf- are gl.id to print any news furnished but all communications to the Signal must luve writers name affixed to them, else they cannot bepub-lislnd- . THE COUNTY'Sand PRODUCTS displayed arranged NEW FLORAL HALL i.. in ' tl.al.shouhr.T-'fienaTimfutp- d i. ihhi weeK h m,, j of theSmim!" and elortetl fX I Sh-ri- told tho ff I to anyone excopt to finnnlv of Uoeko.-K.tllie under no obligations would p.ird car to be given away BAND DAY, July 25th Brodhead Large Live Stock Show AUTOS PARKED Enjoyable Annual Holidays TREAT YOURSELF TO AN OUTING tM JflfilEiil IP I I My opponent. Mr. Lnngford presents a very beautiful nflidavit in tho samo issue, on which I wish to comment. The only possible jneaning I cm gather fro.n his "Gang. Clique or Clan" is that ho rcferS to tho County Ollioers ana wlmb. who3e official duties neireus-itnt- e tbulrot)icing under tho saino roof, that of our County Court House. Here I wish to mention this; Would not ho and, his father necessarily belong to this "Clique orang",if it is possible such a thing ovists, by beigj; sheriff and depu ty sheriff? As to what is supposed to hnve been told him by certain leaders of this mythical Cliquoior GangT could not possibly have,a thing to do with it. as ho has never mioguiwl me. heretoforo. in that capacity. Ah to ' Cliques and Clans" heralding the slogan "It's Daves Time" or ''Tho People's Time', whichever wayjou say it according to the expression of tho Voters from several different parts of the County, it means tho same thing, Mr. .T.S Lnngfonl. II ib's Father, has been Jailer and Sheriff of our county and according to Bob's affidavit he is n free man, and entitled to have his placed on" the ballot this year; but as the name of Lang ford has been so constantly and persistently before the public for office 1 believe on Aug. 6th. the "Voice of the Votera" will' say. "Bbb can't jump into papa's shoes". If there be such m thing as these ' Cliques, Clans or Gangs1' thuv are foreign tome but must be very familiTrr to :ny opponent. Mr. langford.must be in the last throes of political death and therefore resorting to this' political Subterfuge'' . as tho last resort. , t Thanking my friends for their volnntaiy support and soliciting the continuation thereof I am faithfully, " Your friend, D. G. Clark. the Citizenship ns a whole. Ky. Frank Alton, sou of Wyatt Allen of this ounty was shot'and kill ed at Pme Grove,. Jackson county Stu.day ly a 111 m name'l Brock. Brock is also believed to be fatally .wounded. It is not known what the trouble came up over. Alvin Reynolds of tho Buck eye section says he can go Prof John L. Bullock one better iu tht old coin game Mr. KtyuulN says he found and can show a ten cent piece dated 1831 which ho found under a rock on his place when plowing his tobacco this year. Who will be the next Be One of the THIS IS Jolly Crowd YOU'R PAIR" gr.i 4j . WE WANT YOU THERE RENEW ACQUAINTANCES f Singer SEWING RubberTire onort Horn banner registered Machine BULL FREE BUGGY .'& 3 - ! i t. v Omar Chosnut and his uncle, Guorgu Childress were in Ravenna thU week visiting Mr. Mt.Vkunon, Ky, July 22 1921 (Job Childress. Chandler is the man for RepMiss Alene Collier who li.is Mist; Kdna Davis resentative. Voto for him. Adv. beea visiting if you aro a live one and want returned to her heme in Crab (01 a rooJ time gat teady und go to J I L- Orchard Monday. B. Thompson, who has been the MT. VERNON FAIR Aug. . Co. visiting relatives and friends in lo-- 1.I2. touiw J.I & NHal tho count, has returned to-,- Cashier Hiatt tells us he is num TIMB. TABLE. Washington D. C. bering his new depositors on one 2 north P" Victor Fransihco and wile of account at least per day1 he also 24 north 8:1s m Livingston aro visiting Mrs. tells you in his ad this week. 23 south 12:20 p m Fimsisco's tnntlieratul .sister in BRJSr GASOLINE 25 cts per 12:12 am 21 South Mi,' Vernon this week. gallon. Johnson Motor Co. JA3. Landromi Ageat. Dr D. B. Soutlisrd d tuglitor PkoaciNbii8. Miss Margaret Fish, daughter GUdysandtwo lit tin sons; motor-eTuesday of of Mr. G. C. Fish, Is attending upftom Stanford tills weok and peut a few days the CLUB Camp at Bo;ea this weok. Thero are 38 girls aud 40 Willi Mrs. W. O. MolK'e. boys in tho Camp and they aro Mrs. Sue Butnur of Mercer Ralph Grifflu.wa. In tlerea Tiaving a splendid visiting the family of reported as county Is over Sunday. alsy time. Mr. R. U. Mullins of Richmond Wm. McHargueiu Pine Hill Mrs. Iua Miller and Mrs. J. O. Mr. Richard Prcctor, who has was in townThursday. relatlvos and been iu tho London Hospital for Mrs. Jamnsi Rtokola has been Moore and other friends here and in the county. treatment since receiving sori- very sick for tlie pat woek Mad-ln- n ous injuries in an explosion of a Mrs. Nancy Stephens, of Mr. Georue Childress fa visit coutitv. who. with her two threshing machine which occured Imr Mo Dint.. Ul-- i Ui tin lit Ait- "" children, has been visiting on the farm of G. 0. Pish near -ersonthia.week. Mrs. Alice Davis for town, has returned homo and lb John Lain went to CoulsvllU her sister iho past two weoks returned to well on the way to recovo ry. Tuesday and. returned today Attention is call ou to tho pro her home Thursday, with a new car. Misb Uosslo Poynter who has gram to bo found in another and C. D. Sutton of Sutton visit in column, of the Rockcastle County McUto, was in Cincinnati this been on au extended Norfork, Virginia, retuiued homo Convention of Christian Clin reliWeolt buying goods. Tuedy, Her father, Miss Tanna es and Bible Schools, to be held Rev. John Macmillaa wakla Thompson aud Mr. O.O. Kirtloy at Rose Hill Church July 31 st. Uvintston between trains Thar motored ovor to L.xlngtoa to If you llko good registered day vlsiUug fclnds meet her. short boru cattle you should be Mrs. AlllQ! Lea Smithy nee iertalu you get to the Mt. Ver Judb.eR.G- - Williams of Cot Hoak.ia,vUlUQH'lhe family at her will bo was with home folks hore ion Fair whoru there tugtUB blstuc Mrs HobotcCbJi. of this shown the finest in this section. Tuesday and Weduesday Fair AssociaThe vMt. Vernon Mt. Jb,hn: Owens of Garrsrd eek and whlloj hero dipped tion will giv$ away"Ao so.u6bne County, is vbrltlug bin brotfeeri. 1.. .!. the biB3lUorco..-Judil Meadows. law Mr. loyal 01 the ground onjFjiduJ; V'JS' Williams lusalwayir:been"a lith-la- st dajrof the-- Falr-- a i'oro Mrs. BrMfcet Vowolsot. Midi 'friend to his home jp'Wff'-"'1- , OksM ... Horn - 1J vd RegisteroJ Short Uleam-Wtt- t Utr brother ..i.u wlLti a- woru v. I HUM. Wetch andifniuily this week. U.itriuianii"!' ' T Littloi MitaiiiKayiryn WIok nntonirisiuK: FOR FLETCHER'S has remruMtibMnaArom.' Rih' t Btane Way theaUo if puttlnjj with ro&Uiveai.ln UoniBviiteiHsd pictures now. on Bomo splendid Juvausviile. SIGNAL "i mKtU MT. VEKNON LOCALS 1 d PERSONALS We e JIL r. ti,, Children Ory CASXO.R.I.A Joe Qennyof the Wiggins sec tion near Brodhead was shot last Sunday by Robert Harris, his bro ther in law, auddied Monday even For Premium Lists. Programs or any further information apply to Secretary to have ing. Tho affair seem GEO. S. GRIFFIN boon the result of trouble between PRESIDENT the wives of the two men who W. II. FISH SECRETARY were sisters Harris came into town Sunday evening and gave Mrs. E. S. Albright was in himself uo. Tho, examining trial London during the week. will Le held tomorrow. Mr. D. L Bryant has been on Um't forget tho genuine Ford the sick list for a week or so. parts Johnson Motor Co. Tbe Mt. Vernon Fair Associaaway absolutely quota of American Legion tion will give The freo to some lady who is at the members who next month will 10, a join in the Legion's pilgrimage Fair first day August SINGER S?wiug is rapidly being tilled. braud new to France is Day and Kvery state will be represented machine. This Ladies 0 ull tho ladles get in free and on the trip and applications for will be more reservations ,aro being made wo predict there good looking women thero than through the voijous state departments. Tao of the early has been in ono crowd iu Rock twenty years. reseivations were ior the Legion- castle County in CARDS OF "THANKS naires who will represent the Wo wish to express our deep "Lost Battalion" of the 308th Infantry and the lo7th Infantry appreciation to Mr. McKenzie of of tho Twenty seventh Divifion-Thes- e the Hotel for the courtesy and representatives will be en has served tKree years Uncle us duiing the lisUd men chosen by popular caro extended to burial of our son and husband t Sam beginning on the Mexican Border voto and to all friends for their and ending his enlistment in France. DRUNKF.N MINER KILLS btauiiful llbral offerings and exBOY, WOUNDS FATHER. pressions of sympathy . vote for the crossed the big A drunken miuor shot and inMrs. Amanda Reynolds and pond and offered his life for and stantly killed Ed B.iker, a boy Mrs. Cecil Reynolds. Is years ot age son of Rufns BakOil & Gas Co our nation. The Rockcastle er, who was also fatally wounded have brought their oil drills and in Baiters storo at Coleman He is qualified to perform the duties of machinery back to Rockcastlo Mines, on Straight C'eek" Bell County. This company drilled the office and will make you an honest, county last Sunday. Rufus Baker quite extensively in this county law of II. K. Mullitis isason in officer. and at one time, and while no payof this county audurigiuudy lived ing wells wero brought In, traces on Crooked Creek near lohnetta. his neighbors his past record of oil were plentiful in tho greatChicago; July I- 5- "Coroner's er number of holes drilled. It is and his soberness. cocktails" caused the death of not known what the company three men today aud tho fourth has in view In bringing their LETS GIVt THE OLD SOLDIER A CHANCE will not survive tho night. machinery back. All died ut the Illinois Central Login out, Ky. Hospital where they had been To Signal Manager, tukuu by the Hyde Park police, Mt. Veruon, Ky. who found them in a railroed State of Kentucky ) You'are asked to plea so publi S3 freight house. County of Rockcastle ) They said they had bought sh this in tho Signal. Miss Nora Or ton, formorly of Personally appeared before mo, a Notary Public iu threo piutsof "moonshine" whisK y. and for tho County aforesaid, Monroe Miller, of Mt. Voruon, ky and each drauk utmost a pint. Mt. Vernon now oi Logmont is teaching school at Hignite Ceal Ky., candidato for Jailor of Rockcastle County, and states Courier Journal. Camps ten miles west of Middles-borupon oath that be is now receiving conirei'fation for disWANTED-T- o trade a good 13 Her school began J nly 1 lth abilities recolved while iu the service of the (J. S. Army to mouths old Hereford Bull for a with a good attendance. she tho extent of $ 47, 50 pur mouth. goo J milk cow, Jersey porferrcd. attendod Normal at Pineville Ky, Tho afliuut further states that ho Is making this S. S, Purcoll, Ottawa, Ky. Cleo Orton is planning to come affidavit for tho solo i)urpoo of letting the Ropubilcau J, voters of Rockcastle Cluuty know tbat.thb reports .iaiue. WflH SAf.R Onn iOfwl rod back to ML. Voruon iu rfiptembo" 10 aviOlld UjU iuuguuii (piuiuuiur circulated that hols dniwiug$ 00 00 per month are Nl '. giving tillk cow zli Tpleuty of uiik, tor next .urni i wmu imi&iu ,yu, JUST and UNTltuE h pvexy respect. t i lohuson. .. " S I back homo to help all or a part (Signed) Mdifroo" Miller if AOENTS WANTED of the good deaorvitig intended Subscribed and sworn boforo mo by Monroo We waut a lady or ueulteiuau agent far ofticers, Miller this 18th day af July, 19. i. th geuulue J. IU Watkiua I'roducU Iu UU j My, regards and Jaest wishes Veruou uuJ oilier raraut tuwna. A Illg Qp, I W. H. Fish (Seal) N. P. (tortuulty for any liuitler. Write today (o ' to all? My Commission Rxpiresjan. I4 19.. J. G. Oiton ilrrful oQr. J. K. Watkiua Co., 63 Uea Given Away On Grounds VOTE FOR FOR REPUBLICAN" NOMINATION FOR Monroe Miller JAILER He with man who OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Why not YOU faithful, Ask SOBER about u AFFIDAVIT. o. il4 .' ' - ' iit. .lOiMl X 4 rt'jwaa' i.ff' .w.- - jiliU, Tcuu. 3k jtj,,? .' ti t rralV e. st, . a. Mt t b eltlcn of this highly loiprc-ln- l Mrs Kvervb ily h getting ready for tribution in a few days. place, li'cd Hiiihloiilv nt his homo "Big Koiir'M'ictiiro " a wifcii tile Dig D odhetid Fair, which Ellon Returners and little son ( Sunday July comes off Arg. i" 18 IP, Secre- - Fredrick, of I.oulsvlllt, are with mx sons, Mcssis l.og he leaves "I don't eo sider it strange on an, Frank, Jnnies, Jn, Kobt rt tary R. II Hamm. is now on tlio her sister Mrs. W. A Murp'ty. Fan batiks' part, for I believnho i.i.rl Cliitt. 4lt-i- i flnnirlilfiru M ra ground with n crew of iiiru Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Craig were Is iiij it when hu iisIch iho not to' getting eor,v lliiB In readiness down from Ml. Vernon hist week Haitio Carbon, Mrs IterMc linker clivu 7 !) Hie whom story of tho, for llic oatision, owing to the in guests of Hugh McHce and 'and MUs Klva lutnll Oin to ', stcoml l.ii: priHlucton ho made !, . ei easing crowds ench year the and children. iinourii, he loss-o- a duv . ed liu-for t h 'B K Fout, sihl the nuiniit I bund and father. . Wo extend ninrnf!iitient fourd their grounds ONE DOLLAR SAVKDREPRK-SRN- Tg 10 oMIil) Ilooue Wn.y Tlicater to- - Icnimli ts t r no I .ll t Ilia . a inndriiiiutc to iiecoimnodaio tl.o TRN DOLLARS F.AKN-ED- . day win 11 qiiectloiiiM' regarding '""""spiople, aid haw enlarged saute. one- A. H. Lewis Ins returned the ttltylnm hi-- ri'itlvcil to keep They now have one ol the most from Detroit where lie has bacii Tlio avorago man does not save the htory of i'Wheii the Clouds beautiful grounds to bo found visiting his chiughlor Mrs Lloyd of his Roll Ily," aieeret. twenty to exceed ton pr cent nnywhero cmiialiilii Mr. ami Mrs At oh earnings. He must spend nine Yon know that this Is only the Bryan neres. and from prrsent Indica- dollais in livnv: expenses Hay so and family motor"?! 10 tions this piomises to ho tluir evety dollar saved. That bcinK a'""1 InUieticliMiily ptocluccd Wildio Sundnv. Mr. and Mrs M baniiLi- - year. J R Watson thee se 110 cannot be too careful pluiuiollmt Fu.rWiuks has made M. Johnson have n very side unni'cessnry .expenses sii ce il.o irteptiun of United child at the home of J. L John has been uumtii'iod with the about properly ,ttists, In wilicli he' with Mary !rs. Jnnies Very often a few cents sick this wool-- . von. J.T. Albilght was in Mt. invested, like buying seed for f Cluirlie Chaplin mid I'u'mteruud children of Htdihix Vernon between trains Monday. his gnrdou, will sivo seveial , tavi(l W. Griffith determined to have letunii'd to their home Mr. and Mrs Jerusha Giles and , ont'ay later on, It is the after a weeks visit witli her dollarsIn buying Chamberlain's ,uxie picture-- that would stand Mrs Jane Stringer of New Al Si,,,,v ,uu sf,'el.v on ihuir merits. hauy Indiana arc visiting -- same mother Mrs. J N. Vanh-olt- . Iriends Colic and Diarrhoea Rein"dy. It From wliHthi) accomplished in We are glad to report here. Mrs Jemima Mlddleton and Mrs and a hot the first pel lire and frmuwhat t osts hut 1 fewents, Miss Beitie Im I'urcell who has I.ee Middloton weie here from tie of it in the house oft?u saves he has tipped us off to in this one, typh del fever improving Marotburg during the week Mr. a doctor's bill of several dollars. it uiustundouhU'dly be tlio biggest and Mrs. W I' liayse have reguests of Mrs. V. A. Carson. atidjtcnst spectacul most Mitchell Cress shipped & car of turned from Cor bin where they ar production hu lias ever miido-- " have been vhiliug and homing lambs from here' Monday. This When cpieMioued turther as to Uilly Sunday. lia.s shipped " Is the seventh h Stevo Cash of what heJud been tipped off o, Cincinnati was c tiled home to Mis. IJlta from here recently. the manager divulged just a lit- attend his lathers funeral. Mr. Lironn who has a lucrative positle of the Secret. "There is 0110 Sail) Hamm and Mrs. Writ Hlan tion In LouNvillo is spending thing I know I'm not doing ton were married.July 1 1, se two months here with her parents und HyTanlae wrong in eelliig and that is that AkroikMnu Kestbred Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frith was calling 111 Spirn mui the basic theme of the picture is day - Bur kite O vein w.u h mi Mrs. her health. Year Ajo Bays lie's Fell superstition. It always appear- from Carliu last week - IWgar Kate Tliarp moved from JuncFine Kver Since ed to producers t be particulartion City to the property which Lnswell still mikes hU, Situduv ly dangerous subject to tackle, calls around Ottawa. John Giif she bought from Owen Cass, on "Tanlac will certainly do the but Doug made up his mind I Silver streoi. Mr. Cass moved fin was visiting li s son, Will, at me right more understand, that his second 'Big to his property just finished on work, lor it set Htoughtoii town las' week Mai-- i street Mr. and. Mrs. than a ear ago and I have been Four picture was going to be out Agues T. Chandler wus die guest of health ever since" of tlie ordinary, and he struck on UoM-n1'iUo of Danville are with in tlie best of Miss Blanche Lewis Sunday-Sch- ool - Mrs. said Hdwaid J. H.ite, 807 Am. that suljrct. Moreover, htfdidn't their many relatives. begaii here ,Momlay with Ohio St, Akron, relumed berst was all run down and under go out and get someone to write Professor J. O. Ueoggin and Mis Will.ud Terrill lias "I divis-oithe story for him, he did it himfrom 11 visit with friends at There c'otiiilic'K on ihe Nrrtnern the weather before I got hold self, and when the finished artic Ada Price as teucheis. Mrs. Ethel Lebanon Junction. wus great excitement heie Sun. in lli.i St lies of Ohio, Indiana, of Tanlac," he explained, "my le was handed to his staff, they da wlieii Ron Harris shot his Illiiiiiiinml M'clngin. Wheeldon is still in a very critiappetite was practically gone ami . The Clnttaiieoo Aiit3inobi cal condition. Mrs. K.J. Mclvin-ne- nothing tasted tiirht My nerves were nstoniMied oyoml woius brother Joe Diimy was in Mt. Vernon Saturday were all on edge and I could not with the thin s lie wanted to do Trtulile ii.iknow'i. Acoiiip.iiiicil Mini, which in indurated the It s Mrs. John I). Henderson was half step. I was constipated und borne were so seemingly on- bv l)r, (Jraveley he was 'iimiedi-utel- y Dixie IIikIiw.iv .so, ialmn. organi.itig o stupend talent ilm i Mtitive IHissibltf and others It fd to London, li.udieil 111 j down f 0111 Mt. Vernon to ho hid to be taking something all 111 Lu hiKhuuy advocates wiih her mother Mrs. J. R WaU thu time for tint as well as my ous that they all saiJ 'it can't within a few hours after reach- tins lour outliii fro n the South. Letter dot.e." ing there. He haws. wife and son who has been very side. other troubles. Of mornings I 'Well, Doug said it ould bo four small children to uioiiru his ling til I'lili ire going t. all the series felt so weak and, fagged oat I Tonight closes a two weeks ' i:U c(iin.ti( s in iliesix Southern of meetings ut the Christiau could hardly make it off to work done, ami it was. There wasn't a loss 'I hey have our deeojsl Dixio in fact some wero sympathy. M. and Mr vl.ui lstat on the (l.)siuated church which it being conducted and all through the day it seeui slum cut out, Tiu orjjaui'.i uddccTas thu story was in Jirog-res- s ucl Johnson of Lexington are the tlighvvty by Rev. Dnun and Itev. Rogers of ed like I would give clear out. U being suited of production, and tlio plan guests of Mr. and Mrs Umisville. Some good sermons John tion of the tour Hut its a fact Tanlac ' fixed me well in adviiuc:, s i that every wps curried out oil tlie mo-- t eleb Johntou. have been delivered and we trust up in less than a mouths tiiin may hue i merested much gocd.will result from this Why 1 was surprised at the w y orate scale that was ever conceivASPLKNDID MKDICINK FOR ample time to nnai y,u for its was here ed. meeting John ltig-.bI commenced improving. Mvai representation AN'D LIVER from Pieachersville Monday. Doug's story wnk him to a TllEsrOMACH petito came back aud I started "Chuinberltiiu's I'nb'ets for-ththat there will It is prnp-seMonday is Band Diy at the fair picking up in weight and just smalltown in Iho west for the stomach and liver are .splendid. heat least one ear from e pry ground, free movies and altruc simply felt better all round. All finishing touch s. ami whun his tolling my friends county, each with a full comple-unli- t tions for the children, ploiity of my troubles soon left and Tanlac scouti could tit find the kind of I never tire of . " writes Mrs. 1'ioiii tile nf ball games and built me up so well that to litis town he wanted he demanded of their cjii ilities, beautiful nrisic, William Vollmer, Eastwood, N.Y larger clths it is ileMrod tint etc. A day of full enjoyment. duy I have been feH"g fiue that they build one. And they Wt.eii bilious, constipated or Chatian-oo(- ;a Don't miss it. Goebel I'iko is at I am all the tluio tecom mending built a whole town, two miles troubled with' indigestion, give each have seeuil cats, 10 send at least ten expects home fiom Corbiii this week with Tanlac to some of my friends, squaie, along the side of a hill, them a trial. They will do you cars and the other eiiic, it is his parents Rv. and Mrs. A. J. for I know it is a medicine that on the top of winch they were gocd hoped, will be repiesented of can bo counted on," E. B. Thompson Pike. compelled 10 build a reservor inChattanooga, Teiin., June Washington D. C. was with the to which was pumped over a A caravan of 200 or moro auto, This tour will nnik the ojcli-iu- g brother, Chiv family of his million gallon of water. mobiles from the South with a 'if tlio Clint tibiooRr Knox-vill- e town Saturday. Thompson, near ONE OF KOCKCASTLE's It all seemed so idiotic at first thousand poisons aboard, will Cincinnati Lexington Mr and Mrs. Cam Sowder, aged BOYS WHO HAS M ADEGOOD. that some of his stuff believed roll 'into Cincinnati, September toutoor Mastirn division of the people of near Level Green visit W. R. Allen, who has j ust sold that Doug was going too far, but 8, for the Fall meeting of tho Construction Highway. ed Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robins out his automobile business in when he explained that he had Dixiu llighwtiv Association, to bo Dixio work in piogtess this summer Tom Krunsisco litis Covington, Kauli'cky for a sum Saturday. Snptcm-her- , let thu finish of the story untold held in that city September o and moved to his property purcli ised near the hu idled thousand dol- to his associates, because ho did- lo. A .similar caravan fR in the willlijivo progressed b.' so that the entire route will shining example ot from hu fathor, R P. Frasnisco, lar mark, is a n't want to scare them before Not th will bo duo to nrrivo at across the river. Urban Cass 'what a country boy may do who they came 10 it, ho announced die same time for the same oc- be available for this lour and for the fall and writer tont-- t move-inuimoved to the house vacated by has tho pluck to lauuc h out for with glee one day that the dam casion. between the North and -- Bob Harris shot himself and initiation to r Mr. Kransisco. The Southern caravan will be was to he hurst and the town 1111 untirely his brother in law, Joo Denny 'make a success. Mr. Allon was was to be flooded. And to it was. from tliQ mote than loo cotin'.ics South, opening up new avenre fir lliu tourist travel last Sunday evening. Mr. Denny born und raised In this county Of the 'more than a thousand along tho Southern divisions of to tho Southeast. was taken to Pennington Infirm-cry- , near tho Jackson county lino, peojilo who were wprking in the the Dixio Highway in the stitos at London Monday, and died legt hero with a capital of $300. scenes at that time, hundreds of Florida. Georgia, North and Monday nie.ht. His remains wero in 1912, and organized tlio Ken- had narrow escapes, Just those Suutli Carolina, Teune.sse ami FOR FLETCHEP.'ft Tl.o one from the bi ought bacic Tuesday and laid tucky Motors Co , of Covington. two thing- alone h&vo convinced Keiituckx. No rtli will be made up from tho I916 he bought out ttio oilier mo to rest Wednesday. Wo failed to that this will be Doug's gather particulars of the trouble. stockholders in the company mid greatest production, and I'm Mr. Harris was arrested and by strict attention to business, in only too happy that it is 10 come taken to Mt. Vernon aud put in tlio past four vcars has mado a to mv theatre. jail Monday- .- Wo aro glad to re- tidy littlo fortune. A year or so Superstitious interest everyone port Mrs. Josh Wilson and Mr ago he built the Rockcasil: Gar age, in Covington, and whuu he and that fact alone makes the Mrs. J. T. Law ence improvand of this picture far ) Miss Kibsie Olivor, left sold out, on July 1st, was then possibilities ed. I HftUE PlRGMOSEO ms owner of tlie two largest garages above what stenous Doug has Wednesday of last week for CflSE ONO MIS CONPlflON overdone). Tlio picture will ho In that city. On thu fir.st of lierca to enter school. IS SERIOUS. BOf ON Mr. Alton will bo with shown nt tho Hoonc Way Tlieatre Miss Alma Carson of Guthcrio, ...r,.,rcM flPPLICRTIOH Wednesday and Thursday July OFIESE'fWo.FRtseRH'f'iOrtSI Oklahoma is visiting her brothur tho Wadawotth Electric Co., a and 28. VJIILVOLL llltl tHKOUQH W. A. Carson and family. Mrs. $500,000 corporation, Ub its Vice 27 President aud General Manager. Urban Cass and little daughter, Virginia aro near Quail with Mr. Ho has been a Director of the THKSAMK KVBitYwHKRB company tor somo 'time. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cummins. Lasi The editor of Paisa Akhear, a Allen and Ills wife, formerly Miss tiaturdav Roborts Loyal Nino native newspaper of Lahore, InEdyth Phillips, of Wildio. will bo defeated Moroland by a score of folks in this county dia, says, "I lmvo used ChamU to 2. Sunday aftornoon tlio with home tho Mt, Vernon Fair, ber's Colic and Diarihoea Rem. second team crossod bats with unt.l after of the mouth edy many time.i among jny Copper Creole defeating thorn by and the remainder nf Animst Ihnv will wnonrl ninld children and sorvants, for colic a good score. Miss Hill Carson ,intl dlrryon and always.found Who underwent an operation at thocojlingbreeos of tho Gie.,t gv ., v. rnUiis Pennine ton Infirmary, London, two weeks ago Thursday was To whom it may concern: able to rtturn homo Wednesday AGUNTS WANTKD Notice is hereby given that tho Ilor mother Mrs. W. A. Carson Wathins 6uiniiiPr drinks, Wat went to London" to ats'st her undersigned will on tho L'qday ktos Cocoaiiutoll, Shampoo 8111 a August, I92I, make uppliea home. Just three moro weeks of er W""'" tion to Governor Edwia P. Mor- - 0,8 "uo OI over W until lh big fair. Mr. R. II. Pduct8 re "' sollers, Wo (I THe poeut H L Hamm, our Secretary, has the row for a pardon o mv sentence for !1 years for uTaniliiughtar TOtlladlMr Bontlhman agont grounds in splendid condition and other jfacant !" Mt and promises one ol the biggest in theh omlcWeof Krank Smith. cities. Vorn?n today for I Write free Jcwiss' . . mrtlQUiar Lloyd Jenn.og. fairs wo have ovor had here. The ,. tt catalogs will bo ready for dis 37-.July 4 1921. WatkiosCo. 66, Memphis Ten n f . Brodhead r. "Doug" Fairbanks Hoiiii'sts MiiiiugiM Not To Divulge Story Of Next OTTAWA U.iclo DucJf.Carli kCT.4a.2i "a old unci Tlris hos4 was a 1921 model LA8T MCNTH, on a bot. y i vl OF; A familiar.' AND DELICIOUS WHICH Btneth rJ. WITH THE boys up homo. t I 8PEN r a night. t ALONE IN tho old. HAUNTED HOUSE. . AND WHEN I heard. MOANS AND I TIPPED mo off. I' 1 gave tho ghost. THE HORSE laugh 0 I AND SAID "Ed. YOU FAT guys. f' croan. 8AID "Tho win J." - MAKE BUM ehosU. BUT BEFORE J"oa ftdfc LEAVE WITH mo one. OF YOUR AND TRIED (o slocp. I HCARO npiiings. AND CA1D "Hats." AND ROLLED over. cigarette. THEY 8ATI8FY." THEN I heard stop. AND IN tho light. OF A tljlnrt moon.- A WHITE Bpook roso. . I THAT mnrti. sin-nou- s WA8NT nciroil KNOWS IT CAN BE DEPENDED DUT DIDN'T ' fool llko. 8TARTINQ ANYTHING. DUT THEN I caught. JU6T A faint, whiff. spicy, dcllclotw awirul tobaccos, both Turkish-Un- d Domestic, makes you almost hiinsrry for tho "satisfy-smoke.- " And there isn't a ehost of a chance you'll ever find Its equal anywhere lor wo unostern eld blend is an exelutive blend, It can't bo copied. Hoc you AIR- - TIGHT tins UPON Cs-Hay- fi ftn th nno - - t of SOT W w licsterficld J) c IGARETTES w Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co- - i REPORT OF STATE COMMISSION Governor Heartily Commends Recommendations Made After Months of Study y in-la- w, 1 1 1 1 riilo fluKBsBffinHrl State Educational Commlislon sitting In the I office of Mr. Alexander Barret, Its Secretary. Q e ii.iMti-ni'ers- The Preliminary Report of the Commission With Gover- nor's Approval Across the Bottom Is Given Below tartrsor " Kin. Uwla T. turret, t Kntucky, rrtnfrt. tin- - Katuek. Th Comlnlon trplrtd it tl ith ou puriuiot tt th t appro! rt lJprMnt",v liereh ::, 1:0 t atH c iurrv 1H fln01n puMU ttttt "J t 1 pra- tb Coiarwr, hu toajlttad Itt flail rk and la no to tb, uatlnf of parlnc lla rtport aaleh Ul la In your huvia prior r7rt (litliud raw4atlM Car ' irlil tha nt Itellloturo. t Tba ! Iitra Ur.fi f our procaodoi far anoujh to'eali jour attactDn ana ftetura futur iiit, tha InproTootnt of whlta lo funla ontal 10 tb dTlopaant of our aohool. upbulldlne of a aounl ojitaa of publlo othoalo wblch will opportunllloo aorthy of tho atata and (nick it fin. our thiloron olutotlonal oountry bo0 and tho-dotc- til lira aajoyti by of tod adueotlonU apporUnltlto elty boyo end tlrlo dtptndo it bottom on offlllanay and aiminlotratton. Tha oltloo ox uro r loo Indopordtrt. lrlo ao ar TMjr tkooio tbolr car end (Vi'rlrtorditf f tr e)oolo on tho toolo ef coipotocc. 1 tb, Tha Ohilclron Ory dlretlon country olUol In th hand of fubllo f tb Cunty Duporlntondoito end tbb County tttt tuperirtMrt era now lutructlon. tb 11 CASTOMA" tuptrlettint for tha flrit tlaa ckoaon by Tho County toerdo of Iducotlon, Croat attp In cdvarc. Tr Sttte ouparlntandont IT'S UP TO THE NURSE alcna racelu a politlcU Bfftcar. lntmt that tha office of tie ttcto tupfrlrtonfoi-- t ot fvbllc Inetruetlon el ,11 eauo to be a pelltlccl office and thrt our ocroole cereo to bo tdilnlotor of our acioolo duanda n pelltlcel lltne. end Cucllflcctleno t:to tuprlntndent ohould b in oductor tiro eloujd t flxtd by the I.e(ltletur er by a Th by whoa oer at Xducction trotted M th the.lecleloturo. bop-tci'iuo- r, (tnerd altctlon, rcrt Kotenttr, there will t oubelttod of tt (ttta no conotttutlOMl uendrorto, on ttilnj th ,1, tb itttr ottlee of th ttet tuprUtndent of Publlo Inetruetlon out of tfco Hot f elected tttt oftlcee, tre other froelne a pert of tho publlo ochool aducttleul opportunltla end to eneourere neadtd la. fund provencti. Unleio tleeo to eiendterto tre tdopted our honde tr tld to be eeoedln(ly elow. e le deor-ettjouth you to the people of the ttoto thct tb r reeooMnd ry peroon and oeerz erccnliotlea, tducetlonal, atrtcul. active lelp of the pceetnt tt tbeie tw . turel, teanwclcl and induetrlU, be tl will rUli thot atltutloul uendatrU oa decleleely that tb whol end dute.tlor.el rretrete In Kentucky tt o have otcrted upon profrcs tbet pportunltle Very till tt" oo cood eo k,t tho c'r ul i "untry boy and I flrle eiueetloul A) provided by eny Met in th Vrion. retpectfully .Y . .wmicn EVruWlfasici -- mgrdr 1 ChalraM T T JJUji Or&S, Jt .i VT "...! ;.. V". jfi &-- z rsfJX y&f'Wrriffr f !V 7tf i '. SVS7irryt-' s 1 1 1 I zr Tf?W.. fcM- - Kinm.imrl,j.. PRINT Or Ui'y Located on aa; rf r-- A BOONE rand DIXIE Highways Home of Bobnewny iiiitil No 39 flf 0 f FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" ,i muni BMllWiMv H33U3- - ?' i H 4' 11H V4- II - - '' Centrally Located.,, Vi , between Cincinnati, Knoxville ' and' LouisviiiV !5 I Price $1.50 PER VCAR U Established 1887 34th V ear Mt. Vernon, Rocker -- V'ounty, Kentucky Friday. Afternoon,' July 22, J 92 ADVANC Judge Bethurum Spea ks Kennedy's Treachery and False Charges Exposed Die-ken- To The Republicans Of ROCKOISTLE County t . . .! I i 41 a .. !l ".ti "Wf"l .11 ,i i. ., Judge M, J. Itotliurimi again addressed the voters of Clinton charges Unit are peddled by his opponent, and that this is sufCount in the court house today in behalf of liis candidacy for ficient vindication for the Judge and alt that the people would .. l.l'illlM 'lit Circuit Judge. The court house was crowded, even in standing reipiire. ' J tl.. lief. tl,ift lH-- j ( , V. A. The Judge brushed aside the ntln r charges that Kennedy was space. Cashier of Citizens Hank, or Alliauy, and These charges are absolutely falser there lias never been an indictim-nt.'Chairman of the Republican 'Committee of Clinton County-- , iutro making, and said that having been so completely exposed on those trffeplnced, much less destroyed, since 1 have been Clerk. There duced Judge 'Methuniui. Mr. Dicken said in pnrt: "When I was discussed, the people would believe nothing that he would say. was 81 indict- 'He took up nud showed plainly that the three letters that were a young man, the Republican Party of Clinton County honored nie -' 4 jnwnts returned at the L'ebruaiy Term and 90 at tkc May Tei m. Each of these" by electing me as Sheriff, and 1 have never asked for any other handed around the first day of Court were all forgeries, and that , t9ltojft V ' "( injHctments wn filed and docketed m the law directs. Head what the Common; ollice or held any other ofliee and do not want amy other ofliee, lint the alleged signatures were all different and were evidently writ.t4M f' I am grateful In the ltepidilican parly and ever will he. Six year.-ag- ten by different men. He denied having written or sigud any of ;wfalth Attorney and County Attorney say about it. They thems-ulvedraw, ... -- i'.nilh !.t I supported Kennedy for the nomination for the ofliee of Circuit them. He stated that organized labor endorsed him uftjr the Tarevery indictment returned by the Grand Juries, and personally know if the Clerk .i, -- I. lip fefii ,. ' Judge and did everything in my power for him, after which he left ter letter was published, mihI I hat after its publication the labor i.: .i..j.. men at Somerset, knowing that this letter is a forgery, had ' the Republican I'urty and undertook and did aid the Democratic iir o '"" him iu ringing terms. . l'ctrty against the ltepuhliean I'arty that had honored Imth him aim . t T, J. N1CELEY ,( . MM'f In reference to the forged letter to the Parole Hoard, he read a myself. And being Chairman of the ltepuhliraii Committee of this .l ft) .1 t , f.Mtt-- (f county, I feel it my duty to my party, as well as myself, to aid in letter from that ofliee which said no such letter was on file iu that n ..i (.,! j t the selection of true Republicans for ofliee, and I would feel thic office, nor iu the Governor's ofliee. The Cox letter was taken up 'iwjt mi i VftMti, n way, if I was not Chairman; and I am sure that Judge Mcthiiruiu i' and lie said lie never heard ol it liclore. .luilge smith was cona true and loyal Kepiihliciin, and ever since Kennedy betrayed the vinced that it was spurious, and this, after he had compared it t 1(1; Mt. Vernon Ivy," Republican I'arty, I have been and am still supporting Judge Beth-uni- with the genuine signature of the Judge of. recent date, and with "" 'July15, '1921. his signature immediately after the date of the letter and shown as a loyal' Republican." Judge Bethurum then proceeded to place Kennedy where he irpon its face. He said that he was authorized by Judge Smith, who icopie ot uocKcnstle uounty, belongs, in the ranks of the Democratic party as its chief .slaudcrei was present, to say that lie, Smith, had made the comparisons nud l slingcr. JIc showed that Kennedy hud boiled the liepuh that, in his opinion, the letter was a forgery t I and mud ti e 10 "mlursigjied, Commonwealth's Attorney and County was now laying his plans to holt him Judge Bcthiirimi then launched into a discussion of Kennedy's Attorney take. . licau party eight tinie,s-pn- d $ r "pleasure in making tho following statement" to you, relative to the way and again after he' is nominated at the coming' primary. He exposed political record. He charged that Kennedy is the most notorious Kennedy's unreasonable, unscrupulous, wicked and false charges bolter that ever disturbed the peace and harmony of the party in "f planner that Mr.T, J, Nicely, Circuit Couit f;ierk. has handled and conducted- among which was' the false statement iiiade by Kennedy in" his this State, lie had bolted at least eight liepiibliciiu tickets within the business of his office relating to filing'aiid recording indictments returned by paper, a little campaign sheet that he owns and publishes at Somer the last fifteen years, lie laid particular stress upon his treachery ., ... t . n (it set, and which was started by him on December 10th, last, for thii and disloyalty in the race for Circuit Judge iu 1!M.", after he was . the grand juries. We personally know he has filed and recorded each indictcampaign only, named "l'ulaski County licpuhlican," for the pur defeated in the primary, and in the county race, iu l'ulaski County .i .ji ment that has been returned by the grand jury, which were drawn by us and them, showing that pose of deceiving',Kcptiblicans, to the effect that Judge Bethiiruii. iu 1917. The Judge had nflidavits and - reported by it; that we know that no indictment reported and in sixty pet Cent, of the cases that have been Kennedy supported Judge Cress, the Democrat, for Circuit Judge had been reversed returned was ever, ! H. ,. t taken to the Coirt of .Appeals from this District. He showed that iu l!)ir, and it is known that Cress is iu Albany today boosting lost, stolen or 'failed to be properly recorded by him as Clerk, as tho Jaw directs;' ! ' u,lt. the record, which Kennedy lf:i? been carrying around and claiming Kennedy. But the betrayal of the Republican I'arty in Pulaski that bo has been painstaking, strictly honest with the people; that' the report' that ' "' .'r J.U !fj. i ; to he certified. to bv" the, .Clerk of the Court of Appeals, is nothing County iu 1017 was the most gigantic attempt to destroy the Reof his own, and that the name of the publican Party that was ever made by one calling himself a licpuhmore nor less than a fix-unir, iicoiy lias destroyed or imsnlaeed anv indictment is- false,j without fonn.la. . a Clerk of the Court of Appeals is not in it anywhere. Judge Beth-- lican. For six weeks he iiiade speeches against the party nominees, ' ,tid naud unlrue. has-thrum now document in l;u possession and bhowed it to his and .on the election day went to an outhing district iu Pulaski ' lM blt IvT 1,1 iX..t nudicnee. Kennedy, while campaigning in Rockcastle County, lost County and handled the funds and acted as Democratic precinct " Very Respectfully, it, nud friends of 'Judge Itethiirum found it. Kennedy admitted in worker for th Democratic ticket. Then after the smoke of battle liis tirade in the forenoon tlfnt' tliis'is' the only record that luv has had cleared nway he went to Democratic headquarters, or to the W. N. Flippin. mid said that Judge Bethurum should be courteous enough to re Chairman of the Democratic Committee in Pulaski County, and fin; ft aniYthat'it is his. Judge accepted free of charge a suit of clothes, hat, shoes and a complete 'turn it to him; thai he paid ; it S. D. Lowis, t Rethuriim Kiiid that .heT proposedI 'o kocp ... because it demonstrated outfit, and is now coining to the Republicans in Democratic cloth- :.. .1 't i, I.. !...4t. r . yBi3w MztvATtm MnM 'naTii.mwi; .v. mn nnesiinn .1 mm iimi. jvciniuuv mis ineii iu ucceive uiu ......u ...!.!. liiLV asking Uicirsnnporjuiawiiit tlint 11.JI113 could not ne frv.'diikj.A'i?f.Tiiit.iMti.ijkiA:tfirr.ifdiJl.i..i.nK.i.ii i - : a. nrz r JMl'BXeUMiirTinnrr-CHimicii'iihi u'ini-uii-- m' r. Court or Anneals, .in me itcimirum oiicreu io wumiraw th(e present to call up rVrrell, the Democratic Chairman at SomerVOTE FOR fhe race if the nnmo of Mr speck, the Clerk of the Court of set, i'ud if he had misrepresented tin facts, he would withdraw from Bp'eals, could be found anywhere on it. He showed that the writ-the ra e JVrtge TWImrum was followed by lions. Leonard Mecec and g on tills tiling Ilicy called n record wns mine uy .mmiki- - .muvis, i v of Judge Be thiirum made fine addresses iu t'uM proved by Uncle Tom Stephenson that it is Judge Jams writ n It Su-'iHip. The Judge further called attention to the fact that no itmii Mr. M ' i pi In of being oil the K publican li' kct in Pulaski County The is amazed at the conduct of those who are . called a re ord in I'll, v hi n iveniieii noiieu me enure innl or Commonwealth cases appeared on the fix-ulie sain inai ne fighting Commonwealth Judge Uethurum. The letter being published aud 'null that many cases referred to in the campaign sheet of Kciinedv.i wou inl. nomination by 1.800 majority and was then subjected to scattered against Judge Dctlmnuri, iuwhich is un" which attempt is being were not re- a luiril race in .oveinner, nccaiise oi ine iiisioyany aim ireacucry published nt Somerset, and marked: "Jicverseil, ft made to create the impression that he versed and read from the published volumes of the Kentucky lie of Kennedy, who spoke and worked against the ticket and after- paroled, is another base forgery. Any requested that Lee Meece be one familiar at all with the examination of ward accepted the clothing as explained by Judge Uethurum. Mr ports to prove tliis. Judge Uethurum stated that an handwriting of our Circuit Judge will readily see that this is an his record would show that he had been nftlrined in at least eighty Mecee made a fine impression on his audience, and made an elo- other l ilve per cent of all the eases that have been carried to the Court of quent and lie is still Superintendent of Schools iu such campaign trick of the opposition for campaign purposes. No letter as that was ever filed with the Parole Hoard. The folto that ollice for another Pulaski County, and has been Appeals iu the past twelve years from his District. lowing letter was received by Judge Bethurum June 24th, from the The Judge took up the charges made by Kennedy as to the term. Mr. Smith made a good speech for Judge Uethurum. He said State Board of Charities and Corrections, in answer to a letter trials of Green and Muc and showed that this was a foul attempt written by Judge Bethurum to the said Board on June '2'2ml, 1921: people's Circuit Judge, and to weaken him in the that he came here and spoke iu this county six years ago for Kento destroy the misrepresentation anil decept. These nedy, and that he made the worst mistake of his life by doing thi. confidence of the people, by "June 24th, 1921. charges crumbled and disappeared after the Judge explained thesf. and" was here now to apologize to them for making the speeches six "Hon. : J. Bethurum, to the people. The explanation of Judge Uethurum, coupled years ago, and to say that Kennedy is unfit for the ofliee of Circuit trials "Circuit Judge, 28th Judicial District, with the statement bv Judge Flippin, Commonwealth's Attorney, Judge, and that Iietliiiruni's record is unassailable for honesty and "Somerset, ICv. v wiped out the false ehnrges that fair dealing as an upright Circuit Judge. .Mr. Smith greatly pleased which lie read, completely "rierLccMeoecT" " THE bOLDlEU BOV Flippin, he said, was elected the crowd with his flights of oratory. This was a great day for made about these cases. Judge by the people and paid a salary to attend the trial of all Common-wealt- h Judge Uethuriini iu Albany, and all feel good over the outcome and acknowledgement of yoiir letter of June 22nd, in which, you "In for cases and to know whether or not the State was fairly say that the old Judge will certainly carry this county by a good state thatr you have been informed that thenris a statement on'lilo Flippin said that there was no merit iu any of the majority. The .Wic Tim, in this ofliee, purporting to have been signed by you, recommendtreated, and ing parole for Lee Jlcece, I beg to advise that no such statement is I iu our files. 1 have made inquiry in the (Joveruor's ollice, and1 find that no sucli htatenient is on file in that ofliee. "Your letter will be filed with the records of Mecee, and brought to the attention of the Committee when his caso is considered. RKPUUUCA PRIMARY "Very truly. yours, x " August 6, lo2ir ' "J0SKP1I P. BYKKS, "Commissioner of 'Public Institutions." "JPB ALS , On the 'JOth dav of June, I'JJI, .Somerset Central Labor I'nlon, lie is sober straight and composed of various Local I uions ot Somerset and Pulaski county, This shows that no such letter as is being circulated has ever indorsed the candidacy of Judge P.cthuriiin for Circuit Judge, and been filed, with .the records, iu .Meeceu casjj.juul tlujt iiyuc is .tlieiu urged the people of this district to support him, giving the now. If one had been filed and withdrawn, Mr. Myers would have On the 4th day of July, less than a week after this action known of it, and made somq mention of it, besides no department fully ipmliiied for tho ollice. on the part of the labor leaders, a bogus letter was posted at the connected with the State flovcrnnient would allow any person to court housu door in order to iiillauie the labor unions against .Judge withdraw au original letter concerning any sort of public business. lias neither held or asked" Hetliuruni. This forgery purports to have been written by the The most they do is to give- - copies-o- f such letters. - . ,fiir"'allv,rVo'iTritv'')llicovberof6B 1!HG session, asking Judge to a member of the legislature at the rPlio Inttnr la iu iliitnir tln ntmnsit inn !l irrciil ititnl ltinl-- i him to oppose the hill providing for a pay day twice a month. harm than it is doing Judge Bethurum. It is doing the Judge no nltho, was born and raised ill This was immediately denounced as a forgery by Judge Hetliuruni, harm at all. The fraud is too transparent, and the trick too old to t10 county, -- and any one familiar with the Judge's handwriting will readily nap iiiiciiiKciu genuine. This was a clever, hut foul trick to try see that it is not V. "Hs All the misrepresentations and charges, as well as all the forgto stir up opposition to Judge Uctliurum iu tho ranks of labor. It eries that como from the other side will be met and promptly an He was a soldier in the Into failed in this, and on the 8th day of .Inly, after learning of the swered, and in the meantime no one will allow himself "to buj bogus letterj and knowing all the facts in relation to the fsume, the deceived oy ine lacucs oi ine opposiiiou. .nuie oi uic samo son World War" anil needisi'tuo Judge Hethu-rui- of rot will bo peddled by them .during the next four weeks. Repub- office. Central Labor ITnion in icguhir session and by this action showed plainly that it dis- licans, pay no attention to' this lino of matter'thot the ruch'iics tj," ' for . - .1 I. approved the methods used by his opponent to injure him in his Judtre lfetliurum will use (luring the few weeks remaining liclore the primary. They arc getting desperate uud will do anything, on for this district for 1 liuvo been ConniiomvealthVA.ttorney Tho opponent of Judge Hcthiiruin sees the handwriting on the earth to defeat' him. But they mistake the mettle of the people. - . .. 5 he does not do something to stop the onward Judge Methurum. will sweep this district by the largest majority iinil feels that if The directors of the Mt. Ver-eve- r the past five and a half years, and is such have conducted the wall, of the wave toward Judge Uethuriini, ho is lost beyond relush irivcn 0 candidate, and when lie does, this will convince the 11011 Kilr Association have let .1 rial of all criminal oases for the Commonwealth in the Circu't demption, and is resulting to everything known to dirty politics in opposition that hereafter they had better bo careful iu the selection contract to S T Proctor for a of the people. This he will Court. I Imvo tried thoso cases of courso before Judge Bethur- order to discredit the Judge iu the eyes uujiiot iiud.criininaj conduct of their material for uso iu a campaign for ofliee, Smut rut Cum- new Floral flail and the work is will resent this IwliiK pnsliod riulit aloiiff, This moHivculth. 1 think that lknow whon a fair trial of a caso fail to do. The people um ns the Judge. on the part of those responsible for the forged letters that arc will five ample smoo for tho Hutuiirnin, whose iccoid is being used against the Judge iu this race, and will support him iu is given, and iu justice to Judge lirgo display of i'loral Hall attacked, I must say that he has impressed mo throughout my such numbers that hereafter no candidate for ofliee will dure underarticles which the folks ure got-tindiscreditable thing iu a race for ofliee. take such a term as Attorney for tho Commonwealth, as being perfectly ready to briny. Several :ind ilosiiing,to,eo t,ho l'w enfprccd in every other improvements are being fair nud imp-min- i miido .'which will p'ut' overytfiiny" case. As Uoiiimoinvoalth'K'Attornoy I utii bound to say 'that iu fino shape for the jolly Judge Uethurum has gi von mo fair treatment, I am familiar cr6wds that are to bo.'thero Aug- with iho criticism being offered in the Greeu and Mize oases Tho and I know that there is no merit in thotio contentions. gave the usual iuitruclfons' iu both of these- cases, and Jujlgo O f . I.r had tho U . W. r,r,m,,.,f,.... ' ' 4 . J r, iiartios thai 1 hnv nu uduiuer of indictments since 1 have been Circuit Court Clerk. They claim 1006?.OBttiem wero destroyed at the Febniary and May Terms, 1921. ' ' di'sit-mni- r it tins been circulated by some, 1'mvl ... ti J ' ' ' ,i 'nfif "I Ttii4f -- p . is -- .. . r.. . I" i . - 1 t3Ssrw: iicrci-rumu- 1 II t Another Fake Letter '' ; ' '" p m-wi- f for'-efu- Earl Phillips COUNTY wL.Il R FY ' Ken-ned- ' Judge Flippin Union Labor Firm . COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY Yen-son- s. Vindicates Judge Bethurum ,tV n r 1 LCl'i IKY rtlM . - VOTE FOR ff II. H. L1VESAY FOR tho juries hoard and disposed of tho wise, whieh thoy power to do, without interference of the Judge, W. N. FLIIH'IK. Commonwealth's Attorney, 28 District. JAILER & Saylor for ISOM5.- Jailer ATTCItNKY AT LAW MT VKUNON. ItV Will iiractlco Iu all the i.uurti Office ou Church Street uoinuKun J, fi tt$xjc&y&x3f& . hi t oc tin when heli In the can p m loo m. defcatu thl- - inn, which ho in ii'j is To my mind, ,on -- ' t will L'n at once to sure tn b plain an. I ! wing wwr lo.ilt, ! Old extend to J ml go "etltii ii'dlci the us KopVilicnt n, I Republican Leader him Hit' ;i.iiiI of Jtitlj neuitnntion certain toMlii r with ii il due of support Endoises Candidacy In lietliuruui mid lis tloii. ow n spirit of Ii iIim In' would Novnml.i'r by n in pirc-i- ' ti'i-- t loy.ilu which the Republican majoiity. p.l.t.V wnl'l ipt'iwhtr; in this You is for Repub'iein ictory, d nnntr.iti) that lie until I .iH IJiiKctit' ti. Asher Louisvillo Iy. for the Democratic licit ft and In1 wiih pi mo im ough to take his .Jnlv 18 181I iijjninst tho Rciil)licfin noinliios miMliciiH' Willi n smilr; mid somo 15. Moo-from toil In ho'toiii III niA li'ttiv iluif 111 til' !', I1011 lie prov- Mr. U'oniiiil of womlrg the bi wmiiIiipi's I made mi earnest and strorg np-i- l Somerset, Kentucky. with the H- i- spur, 'lie Kcpuii'tcan party may pealtohim toslin Dear Mr. Meoco: I lmvo been wutchinjj with a publican party .iiid not to nuke honor linn Willi m oll.co. he would tliortovilon the fatal lenp pvat deal of st Jn,ip. feu ,iniin, under tiny hlch m uiuiit in the Circuit Judy's nice some day regret and irrunMrnr?, h:is nuvur lietwpon Judgo ' I. Hotliurum would mean hi sine political ms never faind to hlmw his cnlnis and II. C. Kcnno.iv. Ah I see it death. He spurned my stppei.l as a devoted, loyal nnd fearless For tho year 1921 we there is a treat lal inoru involv incourtcously b failing to eply Uopu'.h, an, standing for tho have had nn average of ed in the nut come (it this race uf the oriMiization of In (lint campaign, I responded one new account each day than the mere personx! ambition to tho call of mv panv to ileftiul his jaitv. and fliiicliingly sup-it- s our doors have been of either of the candidates to be righteous cauu as I have done porting it nominees against all open for business, this is I win much Circuit Judge. n il ruts, for mai.v years. ooinets ii.ileed gratifying and we Perhaps some of the Republic- upon tlie field of battle, soon after dellnlned mid tl ubly pleaded with appreciate our many the firing ut the first nun in that him t note otih a few day? ago ans have not been giving thoughtiu".v f riei ds and custoful consideration to tlie far cauipniRii. I found Judi;c Ken- - that lie refused to j crtnii Ms mers. We are doing our roacliing and detrimental effect holding high fhe banner of the name to go on a Democratic bsl best to servo you well, Democratic party preaching in lot. In this he demonstrates Ms it would have upon the Republicand we hope wc are not an organization to nominate a the wilderness repentenco and real Republican grit aidisenti failing In that for which lie did tied to thu hearty commendation man to Ibis important office who Democratic baptism; but we are working so haul. all his enn-ni- ne not find the river Jordan, locusts of every true Hud loyal Rcpnbli-an- d has repeatedly, with Many accounts are not wild honey being scarce, he 'can in that district and tho State political, skill and ability, huge, ut they are apcould only promise to the people I mice Hotliurum N I think tried directlv and indirectly to preciated jnt the same Repuhli-- "Ham and Roostcn;" the "Koost due more praise and unbounded disrupt and destroy t'le Wo invito yi.u to open an can organization for the nastier" sickened and died and the credit for tho wisdom in which ow no mniler "Haunn" was exported, so the he hns .shown in refusing to sur mauy yearw. In my opinion, such small, wo will help ou a blunder would be a dangerous Judge returned to Somerset after rendqr tho great principlo In make it larger by paving precedent to set as it would ere-- , an arduous campaign drscourag-at- e which lie would have done in you interest on savings, - cd and empty bunded, among Republicans a sentipermitting his name to go on two I'athers and Mothers Suppose Judge Konneily had party ballots. No man is entitled ment to distegard primary and start your children in this organization obligations, not only have defeated Judge Hnthurum to n favorable com (deration or way, let saving lie taught In that judical district, but have in tho year ISIj. he would have the respect of either party, who to tliuin, tliey like to do ' been vour Circuit Judge in tho undertakes to tra el two roads Stite-JVi- Ji otfoc.. their own hanking bus! r nun RntiRpfontlnuslv sav that I J'ear 19I7, when he joined the at the same time when the ronds ness we will lake all manDemocrats in an effort to crush are running in direct oppoaite personally I have not tho slightlier ofcare to encourage party In the direcrions. est ill feeling against Judge Ken- the Republican and help. Come show nedy; iu fact I admire and have County of Pulaski. Judge bettiuruiu deserves the thorn ilie Bank, tiie pl.icc alwuys appreciated his ability, Mr. Meece, I want to ask you thoughtful consideration of their money is Uvpt, the but in my estimation, ho fails to in the namo of common sense erery Republican in that district sting measure up to the standard of and reason, what do you think because his political record stands Hurglar Alum the roqusite which goes to make would have happened to tlie Re- without a blemish or stain of and such thing- - that may up a real staunch ard devoted publican party and its nominees dWoyalty to his party. Thai judiinterest tin in. Wo are Republican, I mean that kind of that year with "your Circuit cial district should be proud ( f never tco busy to talk.vitli a Republican who is game enough Judge leading tlie Dsmocratic Judge Beihurum because his them. Let us number you to get up when ho is defeated, ticket and using the power of record shows him to be one of as one of our futility of shake hands with his opponent that great o2ce intimidate coer- - the best Circu.t Judges in tho depositors. aud fiaht for bis party. ce tho voters to help destroy the State of Kentucky, Tn conclusion, I want to get judge Kennedy no doubt re- great political party of which he THE rirlit down to tho members a letter which I wrote is now asking a favor. just one Aslspeit.it would not be an by asking jou and eveiy Ropub-ac- t him iu the year ial7 of political wisdom to trust u lican in that disnict, how long do day beforo he made that fatal BANK speech in the Court House at man with power who will Ubc the you tl ink our parly would live, Somerset, in which he openly;; power to force the Republican prosper and win victories if we disregarded his previous primary party upon the rocks of destruc- - throw down snd repudiate the Wheat. Kentucky. obligations and declared himself tion. I am sot going to take the fearless fighters of our party in :H 1 1 Eugene Asher Prominent Of llbertpnf agiin 't'iiii! pol thin I' njjt: ulil-inj- n'mi imw uiiaii. .frrwfi htwrtf struggle for xiMt nr", ntul Jlidrjo Ken Instead, not nlf.o and uplio'd t en' Mnc3 ftirthhr MU'iH' ly font d who mt , r n Trtrnitnnmriirtrinrri mivc nm-r-ir- ti mor i kiMi.MiiH fiemrart itrt 1 r 1 1 CiiiiRi-stiihttlo- BWjl lif If fi W m W Y vw - 'i Judge Bethurum o, IfU AB.AJJL1J T 11 a AAAJ HBl BBHI IH nn IhIxI Kills BHHV BKf VH SHU HHHHHI A Proof OF Int-ro- vl-.ic- Confidence wwaiKHaitf vsh M5 w Tn, warms i?.?ms aM hH tMi Ki r m vm 11 iy Edouglss Fairbanks roll by we H v nfrjEua WW SsJN w-tx.- k m F B B 3l.QT 1 ought to have good weather. " said the captain of the ai k. And after forty days the sun did shine. Douglas Fairbanks is thesam: sort of optimist. Yet he has all of Life's troubles and then some, including even a flood that will sweep you away with excitement and realism. SUPF.RSTITIOUS? Breaking mirrors, walking under a ladder, thirteen at a table, seeing a black cat you know all the old jinx stuff. They're all assembled aud work th:ir horrible spell on Doug in his new pic t tc. Whether you believe in them or not cotne and see what happens. You may be wrong! Ever sec everything '' bust up " "and go o smash?" Hard luck ever stick to you like a Leech? When it does jan you smile? If you think yo.t hive troubles, com and see Douglas Fairbanks in his new picture "When the Clouds Roll Bv" Noah said it! " When the clouds lew Picture 1 1 safe-vault-- p s 'one Vft't;'g?mq Way I MT. VERNON, KY. rock-botto- MS w L-T- hur. ADMISSION : 15 and 25 cents July R heatrc 77 f Z5 i War Tax Included f'l BRODHE The Time will has a good time Good One BIG FAIR' where everybody so lay aside the cares of life for a short time cind attend each day which will be interesting from Start till Finish. be Music Good AUGUST soon here for the Good 17-1- 8 o o Shows lo Races Free Attractions Good Display Of Farm Products Good fact EVERYTHING GOOD Krause Greater Show s WILL HAVES F Dr. W. E. GRAVELY, Pres. of Philadelphia Pennsylvania TH E MIDWAY all it will They come to us highly recommended, withtheir own train of J 5 cars, nothing but strictly Clean and Moral shows, this alone will be worth cost you, so don't forget the dates only a short time off BE READY, R. H. HAMM, Secy 4 4, MgdTYnWillV.aaUu &' .'. CONGRESS APPROPRIATES A QUARTER ML For a Better Kentucky LION DOLLARS FOR HORSE BREEDING. Money To Be Spent Under Supcrvuion of Army Officer To Raise More Thoroughbred Hore for Cavalry Purpoic. OTHER GOVERNMENTS SPEND MUCH WIlMy Km aat&llwi HaflflHatoY' lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBllBr MRKSBBBBBBBBll SaaBBBBBBB MORE. tOTkaaaaaal nenlltlnR the necoiiitltjr of government Interest, supervision nmt participation In breeding of thoroughbred horsen, If tho United Slates Is to take her rightful position with the other countries ct the world, the United States Congress has made an appropriation of a quarter of n million dollars to be expended In horse breeding. While this Is a very small amount when compared with tho millions of expenditure made by the governments of Hngland, France, Italy and Spain In this work, It Is being effectively used to enlarge the number of thor otighbrcd horses suitable for cavalry mounts. In explaining the plans of tho United States government for the breeding of more and better horses. Col, C. R. Hawkins, Quartermaster' Corps, United Stntea Remount Service, "The world war brought out the fact that tho National Defense demands, not only thousands up.n thousands of horses and mules, but horses nnd mules of good breeding. Quality and breeding In tho horse and mule U what gives them the taing power In danger and emergency, as well as for the less spectacular, but not less important, service In connection with our agricultural and commercial pursuits. What Is true In the man Is true in the beast. Courage in the soldier we call morale, i In either ense the quality Is that of the will to stay when threat-neby tho common Instinct to falter which means failure and defeat, 'Tho United Stutes Is tho. great horse and mule market of the world. Our allies depended upon us for tho major supply of their war horses and Thousands upon thoitsinds mules. were sold to the Ilrllish, Trench, Italian, tlelglan, Greek and ether governments. The supply that could be sold was limited only by the ships available for their tranpnrtatim abroad, and by the fact that rations werejiaturally of the first import. "The first cry freni abroad was for men, then far foodstuffs to feed Hit lr lulllicns of soldiers and our onn mm: next came the demand for ammunitions the stuff that made the hellish tlr ' that raked the enemy; hU theatre of opt rations and his lines of communication. On tho heels of the call for these necessities we. had the one for the war horse and the war mule, in quantities necr before approichtd. chicles were used in "Autbiuothc greut numbers. Yes, that is tiue, and It will be true In the future. Hut war and the horse and tho mulo rontlnuo to be last parable. The great military migrations of the past those. Indeed, of civilization, Itself arc so linked with the hoftc that his production nnJ Improvement may be said to lavMjei n with them. Motlc pWtr has not killed the horse and' mule Industry. Every member of tho species has a valuable and Important pl.icc to fill, motive power to the contrar notwithstanding. The latter and the horses will go alflng together, tacli filling an Important and useful bphere. "The breeding of horses und mules, far from being abated, should be practiced In the spirit of the utmost and confidence. True, the bort.e and mule market Is upset. The demand, htnreer, for every class will come again beforo tho colts now- - bred mature. All our best Informed horsemen, breeders and farmers ireognize this fact and advise doubling our to the work of breeding. "Meanwhile better horses and mules thould be the aim of cut? breeder. We need better blood, more quality: hence, a more valuable animal. A well bred, sound animal, of good conformation and quality of any class, will always bring a high price and .1 handsome prctlt to the breeder. It Is the scrub or ordinary animal that loses the breeder nnd farmer moi.ey. The scrub eats as much forage and takes as much core as the high class animal: and one has nothing at maturity. The progeny of high class, pure bred stallions, that hac protrd their courage, endurance and speed in competition, nnd selected farm mares, uill bring the bretder an Increasing profit as the time goes on. "The Government Is backing tho production of these better horses and mules. This work is being accomplished by the War Department through the Ilemount Service, under the Quartermaster General of the U. S. Army. "The last Congress appropriated a quarter of a million dollars to further these plans. The project also Is being backed by an auxil'.a'y society of the tte.mount Service, known as the American Hemptint Association, composed of army officers, civilians, breeders, farmers, ranchmen, horsemen, owners of race hprses, drivers aud riders. d sas: wagon, buggy, and harness nnd saddlo manufacturers In short, of almost nil the representative organisations Interested In the future of the horse and mule. The objects to bo accomplished may be summarized ns follows: "To promote and Improvo the production of horses and mules. "To stimulate the breeding of high class animals cf tho equine species, with n view to Imnrovlnc their blood lines and conformation, and thereby to enhance their usefulness and market value, "To protect owners, users nnd breeders nnd dealers against unjust and unreasonable legislation. "To gather, and disseminate data on breeding, feeding, stable management and cara of animals. "To promote and encourage horse shows, race nnd hunt meets, polo, horse fairs and riding nnd driving by means of competing for prizes and ribbons. "To encourage the use of the horse commercially nnd for sport In healthy, outdoor exercises. "To save he riding and driving hcrses from degeneration and extinction. "To Imbue our people with a patriotic understanding that the horse and mulo is necessary for our National aaV ! As you nny know, 1 am (nndhUte far tlio republican for n notn-(natio- n representative In tin Legislature from tin 8lst pistriet composed of tlie counties of Laurel and Rod: Kentucky catlu my mado announcement through the public pi ess (if both counties last January setting forth the legislation I wflnl ' favoi 1 I - Conway, Ky., Jnly i9, I95I. Bright cyca, a cloar skin and a body full of youth and health may be To the Republicans of Rockcastle: yours f ou will keep your system I am a republican aud want in o'.'.er by regularly taking to see my party do right. The women have been allowed to vote GOLD MEDAL and wo men must admit'thcy have tho same right wo have now. Ac y'i f7 cording to my thought, it is best S' Ferer-wra-i- i for.us to put a woman on the The world's standard remedy for kidney, ticket in Rockcastle The liver, bladder and uric ucid trouble, the enemies of lllo and looks. Ill use slnco countv clerks office is tho very Uei. 1696. All drucE"", th'- -. best place for a woman. She fill Look for tho nm Cold "ir! ore every box And Accept no InilUiUa keep it clean and 4he records will be put down in the books right. ibll ill I'lll'ill il Hi. lUiaV Now for these ieusonslain I going to vote for Mrs. Lelia May Cooper for the nomination for Mrs. John Uurnham is in Lau- tint office She U a good repub Lerel and Jackson this w.'ek, lican and helped us elect Harding mon Sajlor has returned from and Coolnlge. Why not show her Franklin Ohio where he spent by our votes wo appreciate that several duys. liarnest Clark that help. 1 a in told that she is a who has been in Doming New very fine woman and well qualiMexico some time for h's health fied to fill the offiij. Tho men of has returned home for a few days Rockcastle, can best prove their A baby gill arrived at tits appreciation of wJiiiiit by voting Mrs, Bob for Mrs. Coopor for county court homo of Mr. and McQueen last week also a boy at clerk on August (lth, Yours for the homo of M r. and M rs Jess republican success in November, Miu If J Miss Thursa Nautz who B. A. Kiddle. Adv. was so dangerously hurt by spilling a can of lye in her face LADY AGENTS WANTED is improving slowly. Mr. 11. II. in this county to handle our lino Goo do of Stanford was with of Lady Love Toilet preparation friends hero Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Easy work. Largest commission To Manage His Affairs Successfully Hamilton and children of RichLady Ubvo Porfumo Co., mond Indiana are visiting at the Is His Bank Account I910 1912 Linden st. homo of Logan Burdette. Mrs Cincinnati, Ohio. Polly has returned to lior homo Norwood Station The man who consistently and regularly in Derea alter a pleasant visit ndds to his savings invites confidence. The with tho family of John Fugattu frugal and thrifty man llnda a ready extension She was uccotnpanicd homo by Messrs, Kenneth Mullins, Jim of credit when ho needs it. her grandson, Mastet Jack. of Brush Creek Morris, Je?s Adams and Geno his Miss Pearl Clark Everyono should savo a portion of was a visitor at the homo of Mr. and Ova Smith woro guests of earnings. and Airs, Richard Hrtrly last week Hill and Jim Fredrick, Sunday Miss Mabel Kinley We extend to you tho advantage of our Evorott Cliilos is here from afternoon. has returned to hor home after banking facilities, which will innko saving easier. Berea with friends Albert a short visit with Miss Nancy Rigshy has been quitostck. Mr Wo pay interest on timo doposita. MUsos Lena, Smith, Morris. and Mrs M 0. Saylcr wore In Pearl and Vea Cameron, Nancy Monduy. Jatuos Morris, liois Adams, Nina WrMt. Vornon ight aud Mabel Killjoy were guost T. J. Niceloy, President. of Nellie Fredrick, Sunday uftor-noo'W. L. Richards, Cashier. I Eugene Smith Ins gone to Hurlon Ky. Misses Nancy Mor For faff nts and Children Several hundred dollars worth You 'W be tho one t0 ROt lho In Use For Over Years tls, Nellio Fredrick, Mabel Kin-legf Iau4 notes to trade, for ugood Ford Car, Uanu my, urounuaa Always Ibears Flura Smith and Nina WriJuly 25th. COMB, ftuto. Mako offer. TJioo Pitfg, ght attended church at Ppio Hi:) 'tuof Ca&ffi&&&it Livingstoiii Ky 38.U Mr. nnd Mrs Satui day night. "Our Immediate concern is to save the riding and driving horse nnd high class race horse from extinction. Wf want to produce'.! truly American of cavalry horse; a horse with breeding nnd quality, as well as bone nnd Etibstance i weight carrier and the best general purpose horse known a horse that will weigh from 1,000 to pounds, standing from fifteen 1,250 hands, one Inch to sixteen hands, tight made, with good gaits nnd action a walk, trot, gallop horse that can carry weight nnd follow the hounds across c i.ntry that the family can drlu to church and also one that can hold his own In hard work on the farm a horse lh.it can be ustd to advantage and iconomically any nnd everywhere, cxcpt in ery heavy draft. This type of horse has splendid looks, quality, action and vigor a wonderful horse for tho farmer, and one that can be kept at n minimum cost. Almost every commercial and military use will be met by the progeny of this breeding scheme, dependent primarily upon the size, quality and blood lines of the mares used in lirirdtnp. "Among the stallions to be placedthroughout Ihe United amies mis sprng will be over one hundred head of HIGH CLASS IlEaiSTEUKD big horses with plenty of bedy, bone and substance. These stallions placed In the stud through Government agencies, will bo available to farmers and breeders at a miniTho Government does mum fee. not expect to mako money, but to mako It possible and feasible for e the farmer and breeder to get the of a high class approcd Btalllon for their good mares. Tho object Is to produco animals of real value and use that will not only pay for their rearing, but bring' a handsome profit when mature. We expect the progeny at maturity to make general purpose horses, cavalry horses, riding and driving horses, show horses, hunters, race horses, polo ponies, depending largely upon the mares selected for breeding and tho care In rearing the colts; a high class horse. bothfor peace and war. a link In the chain of our Natlcnal Defense. The colts will belong to the breeder. Tho Government will have no strings on them. sell The owner will be privileged to any them to whomsoever he pleases at extime. However, tho Government pects to depend upon this source for Us supply of animals In times both of peace and war. "'The New York Jockey Club,' I may add, has established a registry at Avon, New York, with Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth in charge. This makes it possible for the farmers and owners of these colts, which will be to register samo at a nominal fee of 12.00. which registration Is strongly recommended, because, when tho farmer or breeder desires to dispose of these colts, a better price will bo paid by civilians for tho registered colts than for those that are not registered1. In addition to this, registration Is necessary If any typo or breed of horse Is to be established and recognized. All necessary information In regard to this registration can be had Itcgistratloq by writing to Half-breBureau, New york Jockey Club, Avon, New York. "PlanB for an organization similar to that In charge of Mrs. Wadsworth arc now under way In the Interests of Kentucky breeders and farmers." Defense. , tp TUOIIO-1UU:D- ser-lc- should I be tiominnted and elected, which I hope you have seen anl giion due consideration, I have ro selfish or private in letesls to snfeguatd and no cor poratc gieid to Mtti-f- v and shall be AUSOI.UriSLY FRUK t any and all hums tires lor fie betfrment of " The Oh Kentucky Home " My idea ol tiiotisin has al ways led me to be first, an Amur icar. second a Ktmuckiau, and tliiV, f nt'ccissity a Miiiiuti u', tW eloei' hi me the riali i my interest in thu 1'ublK; Wol faro. 1 haw spent a cod tortiuii ol my timo in recent year-the ctlicers you nail chesen, in (lie perfotmunco of their official only meager duties tcceivlnu wages while they roceived tho salcrics, In Ihis contest 1 was first in tho r.ng, you will find my name fust, on the ballot and I hope to be first at 4pm. Aug 6th and nobody will appreciate your support mote tlipn I, and no one will strive harder to be your vviii thy nf the trust than uuialc servant Respectfully, John F. Pigg in-o, Lucas nnd Glvlns Lear were in Laurel county Jast veelt on businessMiss Oclorii lloyd lias returned home from Mt. Vernon whero she spnt a pWsint week in InHltnto and with friends. Misses I'c.trl und Hiol Anderson of Winchester are gne-- t of Chas. and shulby Hanks thin wcoU. Mr,. Oil Adams is hero from Villa Grove Illinois with lior parents Mr. and Mrs. I, H. ,ownrd. Luther Lakes, wlfo and baby were week end visitors at the homo of Junes llrock, Ual Lawsou inn' Hubert Urocfc of Hell con t.y nto with tin fam Ily of Win, Noe John Cress was hero from Danville last week Air. Phillip- has been in this part ngifn to seo his friends As a body of peoplo in here we want to say that wo know him to b o of sterling character ar.d bolievj him to bo the best quahtidd men for the office of Circuit Court Clerk. The roports are coining daily that he is gaining ground sle.idily and knowing his strength in this part we feel Mr. suro in. is going to win. and Mrs Amos Smith aud child- with her ten spjnt Sunday brother Win. Haggard of Brod head. - Here's why CAMELS are the quality cigarette Ihfs put the utmost quality BECAUSE wo Camels are as good as Into posit's sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this in mind I Everything is done to make Camels tho best cigarette- it's possible to buy. Nothing is done simply for show. - InrnmslfZ k domestic vy. ", Take the Camel package for instance. It's the most perfect packing science can devise to protect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal But jthe fold and make the package nothing flashy about it. You'll find no there's extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. air-tight. aaaaaaatfBtfMBaaaaaaBaaB4ia Such things do not improve the smoke any more ithan premiums or coupons. And remember you must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest cigarette you can imagine and one entirely free from cigaretty aftertaste, It's Camels for you, , L "" IBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBWak jB IiH BblBBBBBIBHSlBBBU Camel R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wlniton-S.l.ra, N. C. CiSas A, HANDLER CANDIDATE FOR Tvvick Hell have as th eir guests Mr. S. F. Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Boach and children County Court Clerk, of Viiginia, this week Mr. and Mt. Vernon Ky. Mrs, UliiTord litrain, of Hops-wel- l, (To the tune of "Old Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mul- REPBESEMATHE 81st District Laurel and Rockcastle Counties Solicits Your Vote and Influence Women Made Youe m v smM I half-bre- d half-bred- H ATT d PROSPECT. A HOPEFUL lins and Mr. and Mrs. Ova Smith I sent yon up a dollar bill to were guests of Mr. and Mrs. get n mg for Ring, Miss About six days if tar that my tag Jack Mullins Sunday. Edna Mullins was in Mt Vernon for Ring came in, shopping, Tuesday, Miss Sallie I put my tag on Old Ring1 I Williams spent Friday with Mrs. . thought you were tried and Whco, of Dudley. Rev. M. M. I true; Wright of this place is in Ash- But when you, wrote me for the "postage stamp, I found jou land Ky (holding a rovival meeting. He reports good meetings. wouldn' t do. Misses Pansy nnd Zula Lovell If you ever write mo another He Darling, I don't knowwhat U and Nora and Lillian Fields are letter, please write it with a ljr to rour father. attending tho Club meeting at Bhe Just aay: "Mr. Munn, I with U pen, Berea, this week. We are still wu-1rour daughter" then dodj. And I will send you a postage having singing at Now Chesnut stamp so you can write acain Ridge on each Wednesday night. If I'd been in office ten long We would be glad to have you Accept years, yes ten long years or all come some Wednesday night. more, No Substitutes Aud couldn't buy a postage stamp CON- BILIOUSNESS AND for D I'd never run no moreSTIPATION. You can circulate your petition "For years I was troubled to seo what you'll find out, with biliousness aud constipation, which made life miserable But the peoplo of old RockcastU are going to put you out, for me. My appetite failed me. Judge Mullins is a booster and I lost my usual force and vitalblwas kind aud true, ity. Pepsin, preparations und si And the peoplo of old Rockcastlo m cathartics only mado matters Vegetable are going to put Uiiu through worso. I do not know where I William Hiatt Drew. would huvo been today had I Adv. not tried Chamberlain's Tablets f.s Tho tablets relieve tho ill feol-iu- g Most any of us would like to DIB at once, strengthen the havo a now Rubber Tire Buggy digestiv e functions, helping the and soma ono is going to bo givsystem to do its work naturally," en 0110 at tho Mt, Vernon Fair C writes Mrs. Rosa Pjtt, Bir Thursday Aug. 11th. Try to get Rttornty . at Law mingham, Ales. Mt Vernon, Ky. in. Ruin") CASTOR! A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR i. aaannyiattKiuaBfl gO g 9 g - a Thedford's BLAMBAUBHT Purely a Liver Medicine C. aanDDDDnaDDDP WILLIVMS Readj TheSignal Advertise in Signal Will practice In all the Courts, State and Federal. Ofllce on Church Street. One Measure of a Man's AbiTify Why Deposit Your Money In This Bank Hocauso it is BURR NEWS YOUR homo bank. Because its ollicers and directors are all homo peoplo are nil known to you, AND AUK YOUR FRIENDS. Because your friuds aro more vitally interested iu YOUU welfare thau others can possibly bo, Because tho bunk is conducted on safe and sound businoss principles, and tikes no chaticos with other people's monoy. BANK OF MT. VERNON Because you need the bank, and the bank needs you Flojd Miller, Cashier CASTOR 30 A y U.G, Baker, President Peoples Bank Oapitai 9S0,000.oo Surplus f1S,OOO.oo if v, ..Jt "IJ W. l") iint'itiiim immtrPitm htm ri m .frftHdnwwmLUmftnK .w &mnittjmt4Mm'!tfm4ie Kentucky Fair Dates MlMIiu,', Mdiiloincr I'liliWlJfiiflftn, Ml .htl; 'Jiftil Meiwr Cmiiuy.Kalr, t I.vt i oil elixir, - July 2d Jitlirt-- 3 llcmlcrHoii Comity I'.ilr, J I . tender " rti July SiK'iu-o- r Otmirv Kilr T.iyIoMlllc, Ji ffrmnn I'tilnn Xf Ahr. MS. t ..iinly )r, Uiilnuun, Aug !l 1.1 t'nlr Atimiutlon, IVtrjvlllf IVrrj An 2 ("i iinly IW.'llilfCliU, 6,, Annul ttloii, 50 PIECE , o, Aiitf BAND Mt. Vernon Tair Association, Ml. Vrrnon ccliiiri., liitf. 'X tlroilhriiil Fair Aoeliititili, llnxllirml. Amj. 17 21 t.wine l'ulr Cflnipicjr , I'.olna Aiik, l.iiirrl I'minty I ilr Oiiiinny, A 111! ( BAN Aur, C13 l.wmipeliurif l"ilr AxiiicltlUn, 1A I forget the date. 50 PIECE BAND Iinrcii Hil. 2 ruliakl (it imiitii I "1 V. tn h'llf fli nil ititu vii, ViK 'I 27 iiiiniy rnlr .'ou. .(,, ,hk. -- l'Miirnyil SjiL.X llilr II.ii'i huIIc aiiu, JO. Imhu I'liiinty I ilr, llnrliuunilli, Aiik. .l. '. Niirlli Kt uliit Ur l'ulr, I'lhrrnnr', Aug 31' ! 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. -- 1. , Ch'iiiIiiII AliXHthtllil. ('ninny iilt SI. IjiKiii' (' iinuy 1'nir nu ri pi. i i I'.luclir-Ki iral "iioiflv, Sml. J.. A irhllon, lloilerna Vgrirtill 17' Bring the kiddies theyM have a free movie show. Bring the ladies they'll have a rest room provided. 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 Ki ratr, lxli'K'mi i t. 3 111. ntiiik) Miitel'ii'r, luhtillr,Nt. II APPROPRIATE. and don't W IH.1J.UH..11 Admission: Adults, 50c; No Charge for Children Under 12 Years A $2.00 Program For 50c " " " Kentucky Band School; in a musical aggregation numbering fifty pieces, gram has bee nNir ranged for Band Day, which will be tcbool last term, P?CClo What a It? Elsla A brauUfu book U tba Injured." . 'Fe'aturecl by the Qohcert to be offered by the local boys and other members of the a splendid pro- Elite I got i irlz at cooklni "TtntAU CONVICT WHO KSOAPKD FROM KOCKC'ASTI.E ROAD IN KM. CAMP KIM-ECOUNTY D Henry Wilson, who escaped ironi me roaii camp in tin-- ; county on June 5, last, was sTfot and killed, July 17th at his homo in Bell county Ky., Iv a posse led by Ko.id SuptY"C!flls'.GrCcll., and Piolnbition Agents Kacauaugu, of Lancaster, nd' Watlcins, cf Jackson, and deputy U S. Marshal Ch.is S'owirt in charge of n government squad, whileatteuipt-inj- ; to recapture hjm, W1U011, after escaping from tlu caiup hui'e ' had' gone to his homo and ngatii engaged in tho m.ikmgof moonshine uhisUuy. It is said that Wilson mil been a moonshiner practically all his life He whs sent to thu refornm-loi- y for Is 1. g a deputy sheriff who was ttituinpling to nrrest him en a clnrue of 'nioonshiiiing and hml o ily a short time longer to mm vo vvlun he eicapcJ. nual Band Day. Other features of the day are a baseball game, races, a free movie for the kiddies and similar attractions A number of tickets have been sold, the admission being while as an added attraction an automobile will be given away. nnaren unaer iweive years win dc muuium hcc. fittv cents tor adu ts. and it s hooed the occasion will be a great su c: ess. -4 held in BRODHEAD JULY 25 The local boys have worked hard and are confident of their ability to entertain their home folks at this, their first an- rXAHH Very Weak "After the birth ot my baby I had a back-setwrites Mrs. Mattie Cross white, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very HI; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet 1 didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardul." ," PROGRAM Rockcastle County Convention of Christian Churches and Bible Schools To be held at Rose Hill Church SUNDAY 9:30 . PUBLIC JUDGE B- - SPEAKING JULY:tl, 11:!1 Eld. M. G. Fish W II. Fish Miss Desie Niceley Mrs. L. N. Bowling A. M. Hiatt . Devotional Service conducted uy 9:45 'resident's Welcome Address 1000 TheBihle School and the Child 10:10 10.20 10.40 Discussion The Bible School mid the Youth J. BETHURUM AND HON. 1050 Discussion The Bible Schoo' and the Adult 1050 Discussion 11:00 The How and Why of Co- - operation 11:15 11:20 i Clint). C. Davis j. ef AUSTN BROWN M' 1 Funeral Services held for Russel Price. Funeral herviccs wjru hold for Russel 1'nce, one of Rookcastles soldiers of llio World War, Monday morning at the Cbristiun Church, in Ml. Vernon, cd by Rev. Rev. II. N Special Music "Religous Roll Call OITeriiit;. R' se Hill Choir Education, the Greatest Present Need", Neal K. McGowan School Reports. Appointment of Committees, 1150 ard EWybWi ! I 4Bk I F jr I JT TAKE 1. 30 1: 40 1IANKET Devotional Service DINNER John SlTieinlllaii aim Tho pill BurheH men unit bearers wore titter mcivicim at the church the The Woman's Tonic b dy was taken in charge, bv his "I found alter one hid to rest in comrades d of Cardul I was im- Cemetery. .A visit crowd 'a'dds Mrs. Iiwnn- r- ta'our" assembled to-Crosswhile. "Six botde.ul, and as tho strains of "Taps' tles of Cardul and . . ,, I so fiiuiliur 10 the joung soldiers was cured, yes;-- can say floated nut oier tliegroei clad they were a d to hills of tho boyhooi home of tho me. .1 belleveI would oung lad who gave his life for haye died, hadltnot been humanity, every head was bo.vcd for Cardul." Cardul has and tie thoughts of many winged been found beneficial In their way overseas to where many thousands of other boys are sleepthou&aiids of our cases of womanly trouing the crosses, row on bles, If you feet the need ro.v." A llnal hiiluto was fired' Of a go6d, strengthenover th- - last testing place of ouri ing lonlct why jiot try ho.uired dead whose body hud Cardul? It may bo Just hem returned o sleep under tho what you need. Bpieading wee and whibporingj fjiubhu-- ui iiis own uuiuveu nuiue All land, and "we loft him aloue in his glory " Druggists Kubst.ll Price, sou of S. H. Price, wis only 18 years. old when ho enlisted in thu great war, was wounded In action and died In a German prison camp Rev. John Macmillau will preach His father, us patriotic us he, Piosbytorlau gave his consent to hts sou's en- st the inorniiiR, ttVji .Church Sunday o'clock' his grief has nril at tho Chrrstlnn Chufclj listment, and in thU consolation; that his son Sunday night at 8'o'clucU. The died thut others, might live; that inoriiiii,' service will uo"a Com his body was broken for us all iiiuiilon horvice, both congroga tt ons uniting at both morning He could not have died moro aud-nig8ervi-Everybody '"'' gloriously. cordially Invited eo Mm-woodo 1 Ood-sens tt" .Mr HUX hte, gnvst of M, L. Wren. - MUs Gladiili Howard ontertained very charmingly a. few of her frlonds Mr and Saturday evening. Mrs. Joss Wren motored thru from Sunman Indiana and are guests of Mrs. T. fJabbrd and other relatives- .- Palrview school began Monday with a largo at- tandanca. , and two very oftlclont toaohers, Miss Rosa Dalton and Mrs FhhiiIo Miracle. r Mr. and Mrs. G. W,' Grant of near Winchester woro with their mother Mrs, LizsteGraut-.ibr4hopa- at few days Wilmot Chapell School House- - Jul t Couwav School Mouse i Wildie School House G V. Owen's 'Store or ui (, FULL HASKKT. COME AND IiltlNU Rueben Baker's Store it tix.ni BOONE Cold in the Head Fairview Scho(;l House rs, Rudy Strajib and babies as an acute attack of Nasal Uat Red Hill School House kl left, Monday for their homo in rrh. Livingston school House TIiosq snbject to frequont Covington Mrs. Kllda way the weok ond "colds in the head" will lind that Mt Vernon Court House of Ikrea A i 40 Should the Christian Tithe? ... (...'...Rev. H. N. Burnett Aidres9 15 minutes Conference 15 minutes Nenl K. McGowan 3: 10 On tho Job in the County 3: 40 Report of Future Work Committee. General Discussion and Adjournment. This prograni'is subject to change In speakers and subjects. Each Church and Bible School in the county is urged to scud as many delegates as possible and a written report. t Business Session. All Committees report except future Chas. C. Davis work. Secretary's Report 2: 10 Leader in the Local Church Mrs. Geo. Payne Adress 15 minutes ; Dr. W. E. Gravely Conference 15 minutes Will address the voters of Rockcastle County in the interest of the candidacy of Judge Bethurum to succeed himself as Circuit Judge of this Judicial District as follows: ti? 'k' ' 41 M Ohaud-lo- r - tho uso of HALL'S UATAUKU MBDICINB will build up tbo Systoin, cleanso tho Dlood aud render them less liable to colds Repeated atticlrs of Acuto Catarrh may lead to Chronic. Catarrh (The speakers will attend the Rand-DaCelebration at Brodhead Monday July 25),. '1 25 7 30 2 26 7 30 26 00 27 7 30 27 2 00 28 7 30 28 29 P.M. OO ' I'.iM. P.M. i. M. P.M. P.M. P.M. 1 OO P.M. . lion J. Austin Urown, U one of Kentucky's gifted orators, and, wa HALL'S CATARRH MRDI evoiyono should hear him. Ho ccmes fioni tho comity where Judge llothurm's onponentKon-nedy hum mid inised, and will give iuoloquoul and forceful language his reasons why 11. 0. CINE is taken internally and acts -hi4 rtftoTi'3"wliy"Jirdge should not bo elected Ciicuit Judgo of this district, likewistf through tho Dlood on tho MuHotiiui'iim sliould bo rcoleoled, cous Surfaces of the Sstera, thus All voters should hear them and all ivio invited to attend, the ladies especially, reducnijthe Inflamution U. S. G1UFK1N, Chniriimu, Judgo Hethurum's Campaign torn.. normalondltlons. Rockcastle County KEBUKK THE WliONG OF 1917. All druggists Circulars free. ho Speaker, audro-storing ii u " If, J.lcEenoy & Co , Toledo Ohio u 'k ktt"