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Josh Wilson was in Ot" A .lames Hibbard, of Ccdarvillc, tawa and Iieo Lick first of tfie was in our town Tuesday. Wo week hunting. Dr. W. R VOL XXXIII MT. VERNON, ROCKGASTLIJ COUNTY, KV., FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 28. 1919 NILUHKR 10 understand that W. A. Warren Is now making his calls his purchased an auto and was pPTimaw in a new Ford. Leonard Shelton making his trial trip Sunday. wno h.is working for sovcral MOBILE, ALABAMA. Wo.notico that our old friend, MlB 'INO AT CHSISTIAN monihs in Cincinnati returned Council Defense. Junes Maret has taken atripin home Sunday. Gus Carson has CHURCH. The early explorers, did well an aeroplane. We'll, in his next a'ceopted a position in Corbin. when they founded tho Fronch ' If every man named ns an oftrip wo would bo glad that he colonies, which wero begun un- ficer in tho war-tim- e The Broadhcnd Junlon Basket Tho series of moeting at tho Council of Hall team defeated tho Mt. Ver- der the brothers do Bienville Dcfonso would put his shoulder Christian church closed 011 Tuos would count Livingston in his ns it lias been somo timo I ron Junior team at Mt. Vernon READY FOK THE "INTER. THE INTERNATIONAL EAR and d'lberville. to tho wheel and help make tho day night. The meeting was n route, since we have seen the Colonel, NATIONAL" last Saturday uftcruoon. Tho Mobile lies at the mouth of the locil council a permanent peacq success from every .standpoint. There will be llttl; ears of corn, wo would do giauto. come in scoro wo 2oto7. P. A. Shelton A gigantic Btago has been cf. medium sized ears of corn and Mobile River, which is formed organization it would bo a gieat Rev. Lacy presented ths big priu-ciplcontact with him. Wo will .v.is with homo folks nevornl days fectively y of constructive Christlun-Itset at Chicago for what big earn ot corn exhibited at the by tho junction of the Alabama institution to build up co operapromise him that wo are his last week. Mrs. H. E. Christie is pooularly known as the annuin an ablo and convincing Many tion in church, school, business International Grain and Hay and Tombigbco rivers. frioud, first last and all the tim e and Miss Pearl Hicks were in al "Pat Stock Show." It is the Show products of the interior come and agricultural pursuits, which ' way. Each message was cluiruc to bo held Novembor 29, D. Wagoner has moved his Stanoid .shopping Monday. Twentieth Anniversary of the In- December 6 in connection with down those rivers, cotton and wo think is tho foundation for a terized by a fine spirit of Chris-t- i family to the Mason property 011 Master Kcnnith Wilson is spend ternational Live stuck Exposi- the International Live Stock Ex lumber in large quantities is more progressive county, better 111 fellowship. Members of other High Streot.-Unc- lc Allen Mounce inn the week wiih his grand- tion, embracing wero regular in seen, and coal from further citizens and more comfortable communions every known hibitiou, Chicago. who has been quite feeble, is parents, Mr. Mrs. Campbell Wil breed of draft horses, bee cattle, their attendance and loyal in somo living. north. , bettor. Mr. and Mrs. J. A giant ear of corn has been son at Bee Lick. Urodhend Is bogs, and sheep, together with a their siipp-ir- t of the meeting. Mobilo harbor affords accomoL. Hughes, of Corbin, spent Sunsoon to ha vo electric lights. Miss display of fat bullocks, entered by one oT the corn belt Somo tosclier in a rural school One great asscl of the sor vices swine, statos and has Mede Burton is posttnistross in bmbs and been termed "The dation at her wharfs lor both will get 11 prizo of $25 and was the special music at each day with relatives hero. J. B. sheep without preced-en- t Jones, living near town, has been International Ear." This ear of commercial and touiist traffic. others smaller prlzos if tho box service. Iho IJ rod fiend post office. Misses ., as to quality. quite sick for a few days. Wo corn is 37 inches lone;, 30 inches The city of Mobile is somo thirty supper contest is Beutrice Shelton. Hazel and Nina There r ere thirM five confes- understand that put on with At this display In the Internat- circumference, has 82 rows with miles from the Gulf of Mexice some spirit It will be worth sions and sixteen wlio brought name of Hversole, a family by th. Albright were in Mt. Vernon last at Hazel Patch, Amphitheater ional at the kernels to tho row, makiug u and it is a delightful sail up the while to watch tho pragmas. In their membership- - from other hassinallp.ix. week. Re- -. Gcorgo Childress V. M. Hicks, our Union Stock Yards, Chicago, tho 225 tilled his appointment at Paint total of 18,450 kernels on the ear. broad winding entrance to this dications are that tho first three congregation and pltc.d it with old friend, who somo t'nnn ago first week of December, a wealth This will be, no doubt, the larg- city, Mobile, which has a popu- weeks in December will show the congrogittions-JidYL'ok Saturday and Sunday. Mr. making left and bid faro well to the matriof seed stock rendered priceless monial Held, is workiug on pike and Mrs. George McWilliams est ear of corn ever exhibited lation of 75,000 souls. the spirit of friendly rivalry a total of fifty.ono. . Tne con- in towr. bv "depletion in Europo during and one that is so unusual. that were with his brother Dr. W. E From the water's edge there is and tho friends of the Various fessions were all 'made by hoys the war will be assembled for vis. A lJ it will attract the attention ,of a gradual rise of the land which young lady teachers will come and girls in their teens. Some atiou aud C. J. Rico have the foun-- Williams and family Monday. readvfor their now restuu ualization, presenting an oppor every leads to attractive hills and ra forward with support, making of these will pkico their member- unit and have tho lumber on the Rev A. J. Pike, J. T. Wallin, A visitor. tunity for tbc economist, the . Albright, W. 0. Yaden, Gran upon which are located the contest n close ono 1'hey claim that by While ship with. other congregations, grounds The exhibitors are insisting vines, studert and the public, possible ville Owens, O. V. Jarretand Rev. beautiful southern homos old some teachers will think it is as tho matter of church mem Jan first they will be in lino. T. nowhere elseVnd and at no other that the management shall place B. Pike also has tho lumber ready Leorge Childress spoke at a num. and new,-an- d the shell roads areJ tob much trouble. Wo believe bership was loll to tho choice for 11 restaurant Well, the mora time. Tho event marks the cut this ear in a glass case for the of places in the county first of her more than half of tliein will nut of each oucjwhn eaine. Tljo.de.t".- - the merrier and perhaps some of mination of the two decades of reason. that many might insist a uoou 10 uiu uubomooiusii. 7Y!trr-trttK- HUM WIN I WiJilWUMMIJ Mimmwm nrnp:yi0U u i ffMr miam& 'Mftlift wnftl'i' " klakn. un VTftr.ilg ffluUib" (Rat1 ni'ey wnSTrrrwurf 'J,. ,r.! ". ,w C.ltTTTt". W"P 7) ; r 5 lIRiV " " " Cam-pa'gliving downward. Next Thurs-i- s list Seventv-fivMillion can bicedors have drawn on the may attempt to reproduce this world which possess so many about Thanksgiving, It would to Chrihtia'i life and service was Thinksgiving we guess A. M. Hiatt was in Cin- beautiful streets thai might be be wonderful to see the improve- the very best imitates 0r the lots of people arc and best hetds and. flocks of Europe large ear. tiguring on a .uuntilast week. Tho residence in carrying out the purpose ment in every walk of life in this meeting. of Some termed boulevards. nice time with turkev and celery, of Throughout the entire country them resemble small 'portions ef county if all tho peoplo interested of J. G. Frith ;caught fire last Rev. E. C. is tho pastor oysters and the like Well naturthe "International" to uplift the Fiiday and' had it not been for farmers aTe examining their Paris, France, or Brussels, in progress would unite and by of a strong coiigreiti in at Ver ally we now pass through tho live stock industry. bo-.- t corn and tbeir grains, selecting the quick work of the bucket c pirt of the it was before the pres- cooperation, all move in one di. sailles. Hut ho finds timo to hold Thanksgiving. year for there is From every- - Bection of the the best that can be found and Hog killing; This would have benn destroyed. from- - tbo Euro- rection, with one purpose in view several meetings throughout the ent devastation is a great time for tho porker aid Tilden tiouk of Jamestown United States pedigreed live aregroomingand preparing them pean War and that purpose to do the things year. These meetings have been a grcut deal to the enjoyment of Tnd was the guest of the family stock, fat bullocks, portly porkfor the great International show. very successful. The peoplo of mn'i with spare ribs and the like. These streets in Yohile are that would help tho greatest f C. H: Frith Friday of last week. ers und prime muttons, are head, Everyone interested in seeing number of people. If we were Mt. Vernon, from all commun- Then comes Christmas when Ernest Masters and Everett Wat-so- n ed toward Chicago for the an. these products should arrange to lined with some Monarchs of a all willing to make some pergon- ions represented, have oxprest a everybody feels rood, or atlloast left Sunday night for Moles nual contest to determine merit attend tho Exposition November century of Nature's production lino appreciation of him aim of should Th little child of Mr and tho grand old elms and water al sacrifice for the benefit of tho 29 December 6 Kentucky. Willie Adams was in tha superlative degree. his work. Many homes have David Smith which has been 'Mrs. quite oaks, and not a few are embeU community at large one of our duwti from Corbln Wednesday. problems woeld be solved been tuuehed and many lives sick for somo timo is bettor. lished by tho hoary gray hanging hardest Graynas up trom Corbln AN INTERESTING ITEM helped bv this meeting. His The series of meetings conducted Sunday. Chicago, Nov. I5.Uhicaero GOVERNMENT AND COLLEGE moss that sways "with the pass There has been bonified sales good work douo hero should by Itev. Baker, of Kurriston, asing breezes. Government street sisted by Rev Bo.vlin. of. B redjEaiBITS- will fietbebatilegroUBd this year bear fruit for many 'jcars. Is 'the host imposTugpd. branch;, of stock in tne Corbiri Hospital head, is ncaring its slose, but has for thcanuual struggle between sold"- - aggregating been-a-gre-ataUbift meeting.- - Up to tha ing from ft are many attractive Co. Again a leading feature the best corn producers of the seventy fire tu6usand present there have been nine addollars. park-lik- e streets made beautiful entire country to determine who International Livo Stock Exposi ditions t tho chnirch and good This assures enough inpncy to School TJfT.Eare expecting the largest will be crowned corn King of tion, during the first week in through the care of crowds atlciulina;. Much good has complete this excellent Institu normal class after Xmas we is spending been accomplished. Bro. Baker Miss, tibsoii the United States. Tho struggle December, will be an exhibit to civic cooperation. tion, as many sections of the have over had. This wlass will will There can scarcely be found a county that will "benefited by it Thanksgiving and the week end s a good talker and can explain be staged at the Internation portray the results of feeding tho Scriptures sous you can easily bigin Jan. aotb. All those ex al Hay and Grain Show, which experiments as conducted by drive more beautiful by Natures has not been canvassed. There in Cincinnati as a guet of Miss understand his sermons. Mr. and pecting to outer should be here .will beheld in Mrs John Cockrell visited relatconnection with several agricultural experiment own painting- - than along Mobile .s enough peoplo along tho Rail Aullmau. the first day. Miss Davis is visiling Mis ive-, in Sunday Mrs. Paris the International Livo Stock Ex- stations duiing recent years. Bay, by sunset in the summer Road in this section will take We are expecting the best has been of time.or atAutumn it is one never stock when they see it is a go, to Elizabeth Cheek, of Danville, (ojrge Smith has returned from position at the Union Stock This exposition fe.v rtas visit in Corbin. a homes in Mt. Vernon to offer to vaeu- during the TliniMis-g'uinYards, November 29th to Decem- great educational value to tho to be forgotten. make tho desired amount. E. O. Herd has sold his propboard these students from the ber Cth. tion. This is tho first grain stockmen of America concerning Mobile is a city of education, county. Unless you do this we show erty on Main St. to L II. Rice; since I9I4 on account of profitable types and breeds of culture Miss Tompkins, who has been The Ministry And The League ho received and perhaps interesting 2000. for his prop. are going to have to turn'souie of the war. livo tock. This year exhibits doing substituto work at Ling-do- n Of Nations. crty and In tlun purchased a tho outside patronage away. will be staged that ascertain to conievniism, yet it is a city of Already the outry list is large, school during Miss Tun.or's true hospitality, with a touch of ' The National Committee on house "and lot on Main St. of Don't fail to attend tho with tho very best com growers prove ot great educational value ab.sence, left this week for Sara HelUrd for which he paid along lines of profitable feeding what remains of the old regime the Churches Singing at tho Chistiau in tho country competing for the and tho Moral Arizona, where she will Church Dec. ist at 7:30 p. in The exact of French, English and Spanish. Aims of tho War made a postal hue a matron s position 111 Kirk- - fcooo. Real Kstato in Livingston . $10,ooo in prtees offered by the and management. is a city tha t has been "under inquiry reaching over i",ooo is continually changing hands amount of feed required to make It The secoud edition ot the Spec Chicago Board of trade. ,, Miss woi d Memorial Sehool. five flags," and many of its people ministers, cooring thiity if wo can 'rade with a strang tator will be ready for circulation lepre- - rumor is expected to return to land In addition to the corn which ono pound of beef, pork or mutb jar tlie distinctive features of sentativc cities. Tlie replies er, will trade umong ourselves. by Dec. ist. Every home in the will bo on display from tbc. various ton in different experiments will her work" December lir.it. Mrs. John Reuner of Mt. Vernon be shown, and a concise state- - their ancestors, in its many fine showed that 17.000 ministers Mt. Vernon Giaded school dis states, fourteen agricultural colThe Coucort to be given by was here between trains Sunday. mom 01 me results will be pre looking and even beautiful women were for the League ot Nations trict should bo a regular sub- leges will have exhibits of an eduMr. Mitchel, of flarl in, assisted Rev. Wobb of Mt. Vernon, sented in the form of cards or and courteous "old ichoor men. und that 805 opposed the League scriber for this school paper. cational naturo. by Misses Aultman and Davis filled his regular appointment at or 'were in favor of drastic will bo held 1 Langdon School The name ot every child in tho Mobilo is fast becoming an One of tho special features charts. tho Baptist Church Saturday and At this particular timo when school will appear some tune dur- will be a m'uiature farm.' This resort, with fine"Ho-tel- s, changes. Thuisday ovonirg, at K o'clock. Sunday. Mrs. Edd Quiu of feed is high in price, it is very ing "the year. will bo a complete layout of a and all centering around its Tickets on sale after December Paris, Ky. visited her parents The Alumni Banquet will be farm, showing the millibar of necessary in profitable feeding historic and beautiful BienAille first. Mr. Mitchel needs no in- hero the latter part of last week the cattle, hogs, sheep, horses, chicke- to study carefully food combina-tion- s Square. served sometime during troduction to a Mt. Voi'unn .Vrs- - Maggie Martin and Mrs. that will give tho greatest n-, etc., that an average corn- Christmas Holidays. During tho past ton days til's I'jnmit Quin were visiting and Mobile is often called '"The gains at the lowest cost and with The rural teachors arc request belt farm can profitably carry. the highest seen a record broken shopping in Louisville the litter profits. This exhibit Mother of Mystics," because she county has cd to send in a list of their eight It also , will show a good crop is was the first to originate the in tho way of putting metal cu pal t of last week. Mrs. Henry certain to prove both interestgrade pupils to Wm Davis to be rotation-- with the farm all laid ing and roads. With the crusher furKVion of Paris, spent a few days "Mardi Gras." instructive to the largest published in the December num; so as to save labor and increase number of nished by tho State and tho now TyrU. Will Cummins, ago 83 .lied visiting Mrs. Kdgur Herd. Leo stockmen who will the efficiency of tho operator. Ono finds outdoor recreation trucks we can have hard surface Thursday at the homo of his Mulling is moving into the propbcr of the Spectator. Jvdging from tho many entries be in attendance. Model Jivo in aud around Mobile, in abund- roads in tills county. Thomas daughter Mrs." J. 11 Las well, erty that he puicliased on High The Contestants for tho Girls of corn, oats, wheat aud all ltiuds stock farms will bo shown in ance. Small steamers ply O'Mara hauled Oo truck loads of lie was lulu to rest Pnday morn- Street. Mrs. Thomas Stalls-wortDeclamatory Contest are as of hay now being her suburban health re- ballast from tho crusher on Dr. ing in ihe Lawrenco burying received, tho miniature and model barns and of E st has been fellows: feed racks of various descriptions sorts; beautiful Falrhope, Batshow this year will far surpass Lovell's farm to tho grado on ground at Quail. Miss Do vie visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lee will bo exhibited. of the Hesperus, Tho wreck tles Wharf, Point Clear, Magnolia that of previous years. Tho corn las pneumonia. Mr. Mulling -- Judge Mahlon Hits uemoustnites Liibwcll Tho Department of Agriculture Springs and othot attractive spots town lull. H. W. Longfellow. and small gruin growers not the fact that road building is Cecil Hayes, who lm a gojd pohis been quite sick is " only are interested, but the hay is preparing vory attractive ex- which are made more beautiful speeding up. This jear has sition with tho L N li. R. Co , ablo to leivo his room John Tho two Roads - J. P. Rlchter. producors, who ore given an op. hibits pertaining to feeding and bv Nature's hand, and whore been u year of great advance in spent Sunday with his paronto, Moui'ii's who is confined to lis; managomentof livo stock, ono 01 health giving ozouo is freely giv Rosa Gentry. Is slowly Inu portuuity to show what they can Mr. room, cf road work and wo have a promise Mi. and Mrs. W. P. Ilajes tho features of which will bo 'A en from tho Gulf of Mexico. prowng Miss IC'la Mao Illauford only way - Ohas. Dickens. do, will bo at the show in force. The of continuanco of tho good work Stove Elder has pneumonia. Mr. ha Flock of Sheep on Every Farm." c turned from a few days Laura Hiatt. week wj'h spout viMl with Mobilo has excel uoxt year on a larger scale. Dan 1'ln'lpi lines in LnuUville In addition, 11. Liswell How They Brought Good News L. H. Duvu left Suuiiuy for That will make this a real ed With a Library and Reading lent golt links, a fine Country Road building is a progressiva his daughter Mrs. W. conditions Mrs. Maggie Marshbauks and iereii, uud latorwillgoto Florida from Ghart. Robert Browning. ucational center. 1 Room. Club, plenty of good fishing, and movo that so changes Louise Liandrum that it nocessurily will come slow little urn CI) do, spout .Monday to spend- the whiter. K A. Gold t That will be a lasting evidence automobiling over roads With a Music Department. Mis wh liu- boon carrying hU arm in The great expenditure of monoy with Mrs A S Minks Lancoof ICanana, Willard French of our progrcssiveuess. bo surpassed. a sIIiik for a fow days on account With a Gymnasium and Aud Hozel Parrot. is not tho only obstaclG. Public Virginia Marsiilunks spent Sun of a sprain, is improving fast. -That will expand our busmess itorjum. Old Mobile is unlike any othor sentiment is not yet comented with Miss Iva Cush Mi. Albert Mr. and Mrs 1. W. Catliu ot Virginia of Virginia, Amelia Ruils and bring money to our midst. Are you for or against such city on tho Gulf. She has her on general uplifts. We think Jarrott ol Hrodhuad, spent Satur- Highland Park, liuvo returned Ethel Helton. That will give our children the a program? ho 'ie iiftcii a fow d lys visit with own attractions, as well as those more than half of our citizens are day witn Mr. Casper Iflives Tho Sigu of tho Gross,' surroundings. A few still luke warm about roads be- - Mikb Olho Brown continues ory mliitiven hro Mr and Mrs. H. of her Wilson Barnett. advantage of other like cities Robert Harry.Millei was host weeks stay there and mingliug cause the project don't bring a 'sick - Mr. nod Mrs J. W. Brown T. Nicoley lnvo Iwjii spending a That will be Lorono Mullins. Mr.ssi-fow days in Richmond at dinner Friday evening' Nov. with her people cannot be but pike on their fui iir, but this con spent Saturday night with his liaiber. liiMUM-auA REAL SOHOOL Poland from Contest to be held at Gradfld I.II111 2 ist, Those present wore; f i' Ill ,... til. ..il.. uvjuuimivn mums. ..t Brown' at. over 'Gaiiloy havo gone homo well spent. Sho is also a city of ClUSIOII Wll jjUfUBiiny l.r, iiirlii'rt.'l I....4I1L. ..... Dec. 5th 1 On an ideal location. School HUilding M. J. Miller, Judge Bethurum, Clubs and genuine hospitality. A n.wl nnr r0(lllll U. ill rt.llI while nwiiitiiir hm... iwiwirs for tllllt ll ("llll'lll . M I' llllll M I S I.h'11 Wnl. I1. ... "'ci- With, plenty of elbow room T. at 730 p. ta. Cs O'Mara, Floyd K. Miller, Tourist Wplcorao Club, among road ono mile lu their direction tdui of Omb Orchard spent Sun-- " NU Vrfrii.nMl'of 20th. inside; Keco11dTeEm.borlna.Dec. Dr. A. G. Lovell aud C. Q., others, heartily welcomes all visl IS WOrill Vyi'l'C 10 muni mm in h nay Willi m r. Him .um. Crab UrJ.ani havo but-- visiting t We want' Ai (SCHOOL, to till Wiih- - an Davis. tors to this city ot do Bienville start that wilhevontuully bring a Brown. Miss Hlv'.. S Albright Mr and Mrs John Hays. playground outside tlie foIlowlngj.tequirBmouts.: and d'lberville. Carlylo Porter, g od road by their door when onont Tuesday night with "Misses Phone us and wo will deliver a ciedit. to tue.( with adequate Light, Heat and Tnat will bo their time comes. Hard surface Ada and Ida Minks,. Mrs. Mary you fresh meats at any timo. community. (Ventilation. Eat where thoy all cat aud be roads will spring ull ovor tho aud Fannie Johnson of Lexington Mckhxzie's ReBtanrant. FOR FLETCHER'S B. Mckenzib, uiar county at a much moro rapid spout a fow duys kut week with satisfied. That will Increase aud Letter with a' labratory and other Tho heavy rains itopt thq work the depot. J. friends, and relatives here. necessary equipment. citizenship. rate. our on tbo Dixlo Way. i0.l7-tf- . honcNo. 53, Sflouni Show 9gtak FOR GREATER ROCKCASTLE" ttmn LIVINGSTON mm I NEWS i mnTrmriMjic-.iiii- . . i. Tn I International Stock Of , . ono ' -- 7- e ."1 as bri-l"'d- t -- .: 000 GRADEDSCHOOL of-th- e te Langdon Notes Com-inunit- y Ga-nad- ROAD BUILDING OTTAWA h Sum-mur.iwli- o -- Julla-Laudtu- - 1 I11.-- il tbat-can-no- s d 1 1 honeat-to-goodnes- s .i.. Children Ory CASTORI A l M r 'AIT; t,'Vi KiiAMi VfitfMUN SIGNAL; is on N0V28 lil9 p.l 111 fiTi self I fm mtffiOtTiiym A SI 6NAL Friday, Nov s8, 1919 M'i. V URN ON rlcultuid in Juno. IorIvO Tlicy wcro TWTTTCT' (U'tnonstrnUons tliu iVAUO 1 Which 1 fHTf DT'OuJeV IVantkd: g : tndtliliils of homo c.tniiiiitf havn Droved popular In tlio United States duilnir llio pnst'u',, BE PALE? " LtrctumtnoHH. nntl the package?. , Without "Out u's'Mt Is not Pep Men or o tjti'i n lit iiiii1ii mi niioiwi'ti wuii nwiKoii. Pubtithid every Friday by success. Tho lust M'rlcs ol demonstrations were concluded It. 7. YOUNG. SUBSCRIPTION ONK YHAR $1.00 cxrl) in August and the second wfls started. Advertising rates tnaae known on In the first series tne work, as application planned by tho tninUtoi of Agri culture and carried out by the MKMDKK OP Americans, was ill: teaching-oBNTUCCV PRBSS ASSOCIATION Agricultural leaders, who in turn will teach the French people. . f Ins bcLn 'W I women 10 take friends and noigh nuloo pmranteul for ho Appotito Almost Ahvny ii hnsiorv, full lino for men womun U!ii)0(hNl lv lVito.iW:iiigim 'nnd cliildrjn. lilcmiiatos dorn ing. Wo piy 50c a hour spare ,,,e for full It Ilnilil Up tint Blond nnd time or 24 0 weekrct.81 12t. inns improves tlio appetite unnecessary Iixperionco and Strengthens tho Hotly VVnt International Stocking Mill, Norristown. Pa. There is but one legitimate Did alio mean just that ? The for a pile, Woman : "I want you to forget child, nnd that is some scri- - that I told iu I didn't mean order-amon1 ex-eurun-down, o WRY do Voting Men Stick WfaaMM FftRft GRftPftS AMERICANS GIVE CHURCH TO VILLAGE OF CANTIGNY Cantigny, Prance, Nov. 4 This village where tho American troops first "went over the top" in earnest after the Germans the first ot th many towns and villages the American army liberated for France, will soon have a new church on the front of which will appear the inscription "Gift of tho American people." Until it is possible to restore the old stone edifice, the church will he located in ono of tho American Red Cross huts. Tho fust ceremony to bo celebrated -- such condition exist?, the weak. jn xa ur-- t place." whito youngster who take no xi,e .ian: "You don't really pleasure In romping or plaung mraM timt. do you Dolly?" colleges, four wounded French can he very materially Helped London 'Mail." officers, tlio wives of some of the by of tint tho ouglyj a cour-professors, ono diroctrice, and dependable blood euricher and CONSTIPATION. two teachers of higher schools ' general tonic, Outfe P. pto.Man Most laxatives and cat' artics aboue 100 in all. gan This standard rem dy for afjoni only temporary, relief and Anenn.t been should be used only for that pur ONLY A COLD, coiitinuou-lprescribed by phjsi- - p se When you want pennanent Aie you ill?. is often answered cians all ovor the world for near re icf ,i;e Chamberlain's Tablets 'Oh! it's only a cold," us if a ly thirty years, to restore the a d be careful to observe the watery blood to its rec jons wjth oich packageThese cold was a matter of little conse quence, but people are beginning I'onnul condition, and thus itn-- j tablots not only move the bowels to learn that a common cold is a prove tlio nppetite, add color to but improve the appetite and matter not to bo trifled with, that pale lips and clieeits and impart strengthen the digestion. somoof tho most serious diseases strength to the whole body can he had start with a cold. As soon as (Judo s rL. W. BETHURUM the first indication of a cold ap- in both liquid and tablet form (no ATTCKNBY AT LAW pears take Chamberlain's Cough difference in its effect), the liquid MT VKHNON, UY " course, being preferable for "ST" Will practice in all the courts. Uliiccon Cliurcu btreel tho less the danger, and thisjyuS children. When buying besure the name remedy will help you to throw it : ::DGfcjoL-vnatoic . tirst series were four directors agricultural colleges, two cheifs, one inspector general from the ministry of agriculture, 21 professors from diiTereut agiicultur-a- l ,flviMl1 "Wins, which, n' einrso, my refusal to change my mind. needs the prompt uttrntie of :i G u,.en thinking it ovor, and competent. pnyMeian unless iVe deciued that I was wrong to this Store ? do;vn to dollars and ou know that you conts. got better values, better stylo, better nil around sntUfaction . It simmers y for the money that you spend with us for clothing. That's why we nre selling so many Collegian suits and overcoat.. They give you etery-thinyou demand style, fit nnd wear at fair prices,. g L'epto-Sianga- n 3K30C)cC3cc6r ' vZ!"' I $30 - $35 $40 and up Pepto-Miinga- n, n ,T.'.i.H. Cantigny. ii'Ui".!-gW"- W Sutton & McBee , ' P 1 o' o o "DRYS" CARRIED STATE BY 10,717 Fifinkfort, Ky., Nov. 24 prohibition carried in Kentucky by 10,717. The vote on the amendment stood: Yes State-wid- e 2o8,-75- - p Mt. Vernon, Ky. QM U Ml Xj,E35iji3,Mr' Had You Thought keep yourself satisfied,.. and ready to meet any emergency you should start a bank account. And, keep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion by starting an account with us today. No matter how small. wel!-heal- ed no 198,038. Amendment No 1, that pro viding for the removal of peace officers who allow prisoners to bo taken from them by mobs, curried by 26,247 majority. The vote was: Yes, 88,679; no, 42,4V). GET SEED POTATOES NOW. Throughout Maine and other northern potato producing States harvest is now on full blast. As the northern potato crop is below normal, both in acreage and y old, specialists of the United Stales Department of Agricul ture recommend that the south cm planters stock up immediately on seed potatoes for next spring's pluutings Such activity on tho part of the southern growers not onlv will assure them ot the necessary seed but also will enable them to secure disease free seed selected in the tield at harvest tune. high-producin- a To 3Hf ' 000 i ??-.- . i?t jr mzz m 1IBPrD iP K. CeprrUMin J. RtTDoM Tt4C0tf Co. . the PLAY if you're Our motto is, "Appreciation, consideration and coustesy". Long, words, but every individual knows what they mean. smokegame with a jimmy hankering for a hand out for what ails your smokeappetitel For, with Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry. throat worries Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert ia scotfreo from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot that ever was scheduled in your direction 1 1 The Bank of Mt. Vernon T. J. NICELEY, Pres. GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Vice-Pres. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier 000 FRENCH LIKE AMERICAN CANNG. France the land where every one is supposed to be a good cook likes American methods of home canning. Pour work, l; Prince Albert 13 a pippin of a rolled into a cigarette it beats the bandl Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction intcTyour smokeaystem! You'll talk kind word3 every time you cct en the firms Unci pipe-pa- hanJtomt poan J and tin pound cryilal glan humidor with iponsc moiltcntt lop that ktepi tho tobacco i'.i ucA pcrftct condition. Toppy ttJ las: tidy rtJ lini, daily, practical half-poun- d NOT WANT I - ALL ICE THE - r 1 - ers were lent to France bv the United States Department of Ag- - R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- . N. C FUR HIDES YOU CAN- BRING MS American Tobacco Company "...L Liggett & Myers, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco ..Gd.:r P. Lorillard Tobabco Co., SaundcrsSc YancyW. H. Hampton Co., G. O. Tuck & Co., .. --- " ?' And will pay the highest 1 ' f$i Cash Price - will buy your Tobacco if you sell with ili 1. , ,. - '. . ...i, .... , For Skunks, IVKnks, O'ppossum AND WALNUTS BROUGHT THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. 5 Garrard Tobacco Warehouse LANCASTER, KY. 1$. . l 3 Co. ' - . i !f. W. R. GOTT J MT. VERNON, i- & COMPANY . KENTUCKY. PRIM OP B'CK PAOiS 5H0V.Ii:3 TH3CU 3M Ua AvitwU - X M rfi li mi I!' 1 SIGNAL Mt ' KRNON, MT. VEKNON Ky, Nov. 28, 1919 7Q, .up"No,j"wmii7A 7 wol toComnlUnl. L fj oa with aiONAL, . f! i " 1 ifn :" r t?PmllST to) vi ., " tOUISVIllC 4 NaSHVIlLC R.R.Co. B 18 TIME TABLE. ?C 1 uortti p tn 2I '.!) '.'I nortb south outh pn am I as. Landrum, Agent. 8:35 12:33 12:45 am Phone No. 8. ntsred at the Ut Vernon, K7. PotoBes mall matter. m second-cias- s w - h. PERSONAL - fe . Dwight Bowman was at home Uunday. W, H. Pish his been sick for several days. 31 r. Bogo Smith was in Mt. ot the 1 licw ut malaria, kidney trouble, purities tho have to are but a lew fufgeat that largatns thatJef. Vernon Wednesday. ou come to Oder and vie blood, tones .vstem, keeps you well. leriKiiivllle, so that no can show )oil Just wliat ve C. C. Adatzo from JO acrra ut ceeut thla generous offer .V.OW. Lowis Miller spent the wiek have. Our farms raiiKH In iianl and ant all locatod 011 srood pltej vslililn . LAW ATTORN dress E. C. Totten, Pioneer mllraol LouUvHle, itli Irs mother, Mrs. Rider. 3120 Eleventh Street WashingMT.VI3KNON.KY. VOIQT INSURANCE AND REALTY CO. ton, D. C. rtoai II Mi8 Dcssie Niceley is in Paris Jaffaraonvill, Indiana - IditBii. OFFICE. On 2rd. floor of Bank ot Mt. Vernon, on fi r tlie Thanksgiving holiday. Church St. Special atten Miss Barnett spent Thanks tion eiven collections. giving with Miss Daugh at Berea. 'pnonr 80 X Mrs. R. A. Sparks was in lauford Wednesday - chopping Klintr troubles dsn't disappear ct Tho- hcttsswlfe- of- Sirs. Fannie- - Adams tnemaeiTca. xner grow aiowijr dui as soon be without food as withundermining steadily, health with i 17 Mrs. Sophia Neat in Louis Why not have your rheumatism deadly certainty, until you fall a vic- out her "Real Dutch Drops." as she rails .OOC.D MEDAL Haarlem tim to .Incurable dlaeaae. cured. villo. They restore strength iHoR.your troubles wtillo there la time. SuaJntly little palna become Mrs. Tom OWIara Why not have your constipation Don't wait untiltrifle with disease. To and are responsible In a treat measure Mr. and for the sturdy, robust nsalth of tho Don't " avoid. tuturo suflferlnR begin treatment Hollanders. cured. And, liavj a new ba'iy. Jack Williams with GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil everya Do not delay. Oo to your druggist and Why not liavo that bad stomnch now. Take three or four O'Mara. day until you nre entirely free from Insist on his supplying you with OOL.D MKDuMi Haarlem Oil Capsules. Take fixed up. And, pain. Rev. E. C. Lacy and family preparation has been them as directed, and If you are not This Why not have that poor circulaone of the national remedies of Hol- satisfied with results your druggist will r turned to Versailles on land for centuries. In 1696 the goverlir. flnrtly nfnnil ynnr mnniy. tMl.f- tion brought back again. ment of the Netherlands granted a the name GOLD MEDAL on the box special charter and accept YOU CAN HAVE, by taking the tion and sale. authorising1 1U prepara- three sites. no other. In sealed Doxea, Mr. and Mrs R. A. Bontley treatments, given spoat Sunday with Mrs. R. Ar Osteopath 17V old-tim- NOTICE. FOR SALE. I have somo choice Vthlto Housokeopor. Must bo' a good Wvandotte roosters for ralo at cook. Will pay good wages. $1.50 each. tho system from the cold. Mrs. Gus Staveson. Phono or write, Mrs. John N. Clark, For front groceries, candies, FOR SALE. fruits and mtntsgo 10 J. B. Mc Livingston, Ky. A buggy in good condition and tf. Kknxiu's, near the depot. Poll sale or tkadh: Ono 1917 can be bought for 125. W. M. Owb.vs, Bur, Ky. H. H. McClure died Wedpos Ford touring car. Gocd condiday. A short iunernl service tion. Cheap. W. U. Skidmore. TOBACCO FARMS was held at the home on Thurs Gumsulpluir. Kv. Nv.24 2t L fMirrnt allglitlx roUtnr.icYcu mlln from Jpf. day afternoon, followed by bur I'rlrn l,m Wt ten iircllrllr )ere, localort lal In Elm wood Cemetry. Mr. Feutilizrh Fo-- Sale: I have rom Cliarif ilon, lmirof monU corulHfour a mlloi of goil talh, lam with iniiieot elfht some V. C 16 lvr cent, ncid milk Iioum rooms ami rIIo, larp)double crlM McClure has been in very poor lars atlai lid, nf w Uil lid iiuiiiImtoI oilier out health for some veeks. His phosphate that 1 wjll fell for fnrmdir In tiliro irraiw, tobulldlnn. Marmotgnf aorrrln orchard $27.50 per tun, at my fertilizer mm ciovr, w nrrtM iiuiumy unaviuvfr iil l brotner, Saniuul, preceded him uuuse ai n'i la rioter, ITIrn IHii por acrr, just out 01 inwii. ,Mlarn"iintraonlliiarllri'lllini'riTrl,iOBrrr few weeks. in htath only In lnat.looted8mllelfMm(l'lirk.'.toii, Price Jack Hysingkr. inupprarrK, U traproTl, arm In hcat, t tfl4arren If you want meat all tho time 3t. per arrc, . mllei from Charleston, ITlcfl acre mil lmprol,3H mltrt from Charlc. wt will take care of you if you ton, ITlro U.ii, YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS on a pOTtT will take care of us. 1UI acru, fair Improvement. mites from l"rlco I7S McKknzik'sv rkstaukant. il card wilt secure absolutely FREK a Charleston, adjoining rr acre, of Sellersbun. clly limits 171 terra lOo package of PIONKUR HEALTH two complete mm of Improvement", !i ten la I'rlr t1B.au; HKRUT, herbal compound. wlicat, tlioaopiatarmi are lime atonoron B"1 Allot Foil KALn- :- One pair Chains fo For crnstipatlon. bllllousnes, IndirlkM, M a hlznitato of cultivation and aro la Cord. W H. Fih. Mt. Vernon, Ky gestion, rheumutism, female Coiintr. Indiana, many -- A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE FOR CHILDKUN. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Rcdon, Ga. phoned to J. M, Floyd, t lie merchant thoro for it bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and st id she had Jjought n bot tle of it at his store recently and that it was doing her children so much good that sho wanted to keep up the treatment You will tind nothing bolter for coughs and colds in children cm for your self. It keeps the cough looso, expectoration easy and soon frt.es JylikJ'28' NOTICE. MK3. 1919... ,W M , 'titoMltsri mr i nWlr rr iua All parties aro hereby notified not to hunt or trap on my farm Jostr? 3 Davault. 1 FOR SALE. Extra largo kit Jof blacksmith tools. Thoro are tools in this kit to do any and all kinds of work that a smith is called on to "" t 1 do. NOTICE." I hereby warn nil parties not to hunt or trap on my farm in lliatt section. Mks. Voucia Fish. 3t. Sro mo for prices, W. ASHER, Livingston, Ky. ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford car can well be called the "peoples car," because there are more. than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That is about four to one to the nearest follower in the motor car industry. This would not be so if the Ford car had not for sixteen years proven its superiority in service, in durability, and in the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not so tasy to understand, so simple in construction that anybody and everybody can safely drive it. It is everybody's necessity because it doubles the value of time, and is the quick, convenient, comfortable, and economical method of transportation. We solicit your order. We have the full line, Touring Car, Runabout, Coupe, Sedan, Truck. We assure you the best possible in repair work with the genuine Ford Parts. t 111 11 CO 1U0 Bryant Bros. Mt. Vernon, Ky. A o e Williams KV-A- I.abm-tor- y, KIDNEYS WEAKENING? - is-vi- sit- ..WHY. NOT? LOOK OUT! KuUsmd-wouia . Cap-ule- VJ sell. YOU (Oovrrls-kV- well-know- n Wed-nsda- y. AdrertlaJag Is the fertiliser of dull business Its work is marie. This, aaaed trine nrc nes a thin ot power when its roots feel the healthy sunlight ot pumiciiy. AD. IN OUR NEXT ISSUE WILL rSUJTB IT. . rxtJ i4 "" TflADE- - WORAL . Nobody-Wo- ulll have known the Good Samaritan's kind act were it not for Our Swrtour's parable. Be the home folks' Good Samaritan, Mr. Merchant; make this pa-per ftSJi advertising tree. Good hard American dol lars crow on the THIS PAPER GETS AD. RESULTS RESULTS BRING DOLLARS Surks. .luuge L. W. Uethurum vos PinoVille Wednesday on logal business. Mr. Tilman Houk visited lis sKter, Mrs. ' Robert Cox first cf "( tho week. Mrs. W. J. Sparks accompari-e- d Mi8 Bess Sparks as far us Cii.cinnati. - Miss Clyde Watson was a week end visitor of her sistor, Mrs. I L. Durham. Miss Eliztboth Sparks is In New York. Sho is to be net there by Miss Martha. Misses Ora and Jaha Catron, of Somerset, are visiting Miss Bonnie Niceley this week. Paul Baker, small son of Mr, and Mrs. Howard Baker has been very sick for several days. Earl Cox came home Wednes day morning from Cincinnati where he has been taking a. course in embalming. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mullins and son, Benjamin, of Richmond, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Jerome Adams last, week. E.. B. Cox says that too much has been said about tho picture of his cow. We aro not going to mention it in,, this issue. A small chjd of Mr. and Mrs. Car! Bastin, of Spirks Quarry, has diphtheria, but is thought to be out of danger. Rev. D. A. Webb was out of town tho tirst part of the week on tho $75,000,000 Campaign of the Southern Baptist Church. John Albright was at home ate his over Sunday. John Tlnnksglving dinner before ho went back to Berea on Monday. i- by Office over McKcnzio PROR. MOORE, Restaurant 28 your commercial bible; write your own parable and put it in our advertising col- limns. X..iL. ..La Ut . r W. K. UJ 0WIS. UU.arW.Il.Uj - near Depot. JOHN tt. Wanted WRITE CI. LSUWVHXB.JCT. k Split or Sawed Hickory or Oak Spokes ". 'V'- -" v - isnvrit'nrmMwi VlIlM far FURS Hltte 4 full Pl - OMtVUM tlSl'Tt BSZffi SAWED FELLOW STOCK Either Red or White Oak, Hickory and Hard Mnple For further information, call or write t.ii 7' I a?'" z' VP''" t flL BB - rsLL1 V ssssssLsW The ROYER WHEEL CO., Aurora. Ind. OP a " - ssssssssssssl aH O. V. JARETT, Inspector, Brodhead, Ky. Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Send Via Parcel Post SWISS CLEANERS AND DYERS -- A ituxiri best pat is his smoke tV f CLOTHING, DRAPERIES, FURS, etc. LOUISVILLE, KY. MjkHiM 617 FOURTH AVE. PREVENT PNEUMONIA Helct of a airnple fold 11 often tne direct cause of pneumonia. Children do not like to take nauseating medicine but do like the soothing effect of the external remedy, St Known all over America "We're way ahead of the bunch" Mt. Vernon Graded Higli Schoo Why Not IF . Wilis; suuinuannn Brsrae'i Vipomentha Salre ! applied by rubbing this delightful silre into the chest and under the arms. Home County: So to School in Your TU nrak la aural hucaal relict Iron croap 11 is od colda. cases act aaunat wc panaoua nuxira to raccoon alter a lor Recon- arDlkadoas. br ctonors lor bibs as wt 11 ox Mt. Vernon School offeers an accredited High School Course. Three teachers doing High Sjhool work. Six teachers in the grades Good equipment and splendid school spirit, Normal Course after Christmas. Tuition and board reasonable. For further information address lond runt as or CTovamfS. i"t or E.B. COX, Secof Board. D. H. LYON. Principal, d 11.20 10c 60c aM s'atrsl ct all Frt. sanite urrs woo. rasas to BRAME DRUG K. WnttsMf COMPANY RCv I c. VERNON, KY. c. cox MT. Ches. Field you want to play a winner, sure thing put your money on Chesterfield. In less than three years, more than three million smokers have become Chesterfield fans. And no wonder! Never were finer tobaccos used in any cigarette. The silkiest: leaves of aromatic Turkish and the choicest: of ripe, sweet Domestic stock are put together" by an exclusive blending method that brings out a new deliclousness of flavor. ' Mr. .and MrsivH. H. Wood, of WUdie,' attended church in Mt. Vernon last Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing: Now la TWW H.w UatU. , get "end can't get in any other cigarette because the Chesterfield blend can't bo copied. "Satisfy"? Right down to your toes! Chesterfields have put added enjoyment into every puff enjoyment that you don't v Niceley. Mr and Mrs. Murrell, Mrs. J. W. Rider, E. S. Albright, Dr. M. Pennington and J. W. Brown wont to Stanford to soo "The Shepherd of the Hills." H T. Young drove to Ver sallies Sunday to fill Rev. Laoy's pulpit. Mrs. Lacy and the two children, .Paulino and Edgar Wilson,, came back with him forthe remainder of the meet- LOCAL 0JCttVfytAJ'VMCCo1l N At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. ssssTslsssssA Does This. Saving Look Good to You? ysHsPTn sE1HiS PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, K - W. T Hicks, tho tip to the minute farmor near Wildle, is now enjoying the convenience and comforts of the bright lights of a Deloo Lighting System In nd abou.t his home. Fuel is high here Is a way to gain big fuel economy and a perfectly heated home. Why not save the gas half of the coal wasted by all other stoves, with the fuel saving fhesteriieH3L a.!. i rrtfa s..." r r isr i your eyes are showing any defects now Is the time to see DR. MOORE. IN Tie mXSMDOE 0tkui STME, IL Cole's Original Hot Blast No. US 20 for 20 cents and the blend cant be copied PRINT OF PACE SHOVJI.'O TH30U iH A -- mmmmmmmmmmm -.- -t. I 0 iMtmrn Pai the HflV'G hi a i IJU 1 u SUITS Ourline of m abit and Go to Welch's Shoes a MfSSk Light and Power at any hour - WITH THE Overcoa ts Our large assortment of milfOvercoats to choose from will enable you to find just the coat you want. Our prices are lower than ethers and yet the value is greater os - - Shoes Our stock Wo cum of Shoes for men, women and children is the wm mZPY n te&Sf PtS. kmMSk !$lTrttJiaaaaaaaaai Ik best ycu can find. please u in stylo, prico and foot oonifort. Better Light For The Farm is bright, YOU light on Its light absolutely steady your farm. But reliable. you want no experi- Let us bring Lalley-Ligment. to your farm for want Dodge Brothers Motor Car 4, ht Knickerbocker Suits for "boys is just dandy. They are made to please the boy.and the long life of service al' Lalley-Lig- for seven years. has a free demonstration. Call for the owners' been in farm use testimonial book. ht low-co- st MPaMflHHRik Wo are getting a few Cars ami if you p.'neo mi (iii tilt M,e (f It has proved itself better; to jour oideis at once, and clean. run; simple; safe ways pleases the mother. We know we ey & ship- u )(. " Junt received a w JJ?a. 1 27 inch 4 '.., i lit hvrw2 - long Misses' Coats ""Wf" Blankets "We" have for "your selection a large as- if you buy doys clothing from men and there are 21 lnchh!gh are offer rfg for rrlsses"a "wonder-- " manypatterns choose from to f ul assi rtme n of nifty and sweet lookifl tALLCV stAMft I "CHT W us. Com. ...4i.ii vill look woll and last long. L'ring or send your girls to us aud we will please ' ng yo. sortment of blankets at reasonable prices Hurry an d gtt joura .i I BEREA t LCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE Kentucky's Greatest Store LSE THE 1'1ION10AND"J5AVK THE WKFKUKNCE" Bank Statement Bank Statement ' . XE I I Iium-hush s ZXE zz2ajX3:2Xizxz 3XZ Report of thu condition of the Cit'rcn RoiKirt if the condition of tl r 1 Ilnnk, iloiiii.' l)iisincn at the-- toun of llonk, ilolnj; at tin town of I Hrodliciil. Cumin of KocluMstle, Statu Jit. Vernon, county of Ku........... ,, uf Kentucky, in the close of liUHincss htato of Kentucky, at tro cloko ol on ITtli day of Koveuiliur, 1019; on thu 17t)i day of November, 1010 biii-iiiC- t TyTiwr gyyrsfr- -i i isrr Three things are essential to your success A Bank Bafance Back of Your Success A A ! g IIKSUURCKS: Loans anil Discounts Oierdr.ifls.- inisi-cum- DrM; K. Pennington WILL l s. 8 Bank Acquaintance Bank Credif X M I Ilonds anil other Suuuriilch Due from Hunks Cnsli on hand liHiiUlii luniHiy furiiititi-null fixtures ... Other Assets not included nmlir liny ot nbovo heads, btocKHf .... ami ... . RISSOUKCKS: $.93,039.07 850.S0 14, 12a II 14.137 25 ,... 4'0'JJ25 2.C0O 00 $178,121. 7f Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, iiucurcu ami un- :i,72H.7fsocuivd StoekH, Ilonds and other seC, 100.01 curities , XOOO.C: Due from Hank S 075 to Cnsh on hand 3,205 OS Checks iind other cash Items Uankiu' house, furniture - Brodhead a: BS I N L'.x.jiea . jiaiil T'oUl UAIHI.ITlF.iS: mid In, (n 2,1129.40 Other real ostate Other Assets, hot included unilerany of above hemlx. $138,182 81 oxpenses and taxes jmlil it nil lixtuies S.OOOOf laS.',2 4,001) i!! Monday, December 2Sth TO DO DENTAL WORK Will stay only 2XEZ few days Capital Stock imhU SuriiliiH I'liml Total flO.OOOOO 11,000 00 5 214,130 00 $ Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank Our officers are ready to with you. x co-operate MAIHLITIH8: 2XE iSfTTrriw-g.ra- r i i i.srr a I ! : MB MR FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE sMiLes Capitnl Stock, paid in, in L'liillvlilcil I'rollU.trsx ox- $ 20.000.00 cash 7.143 00 pt'iise mill luxeti paid Surpliu I'uml 11.000.00 UeiunitH snlijecv 7.S;ll112,7:iU28 Undiviileil 1'iofits, less extoolu-ef87.10' 11,'.)M).01 penses anil taxes paid. .. . Tlmo Deiosltrt.. 25,67 1.15 J ?" 'What is bread worth Deposits subject toulieck fl2l.475.30 1 fi:t8,lt,2.81 Total, she usked, pointing to a loat 173,700.02 Demand Cei'tilicivtes about tho size of a biscuit. 49,234 G3 ( State of Kentucky, of Deposit Set. 2,908.3il County of Kockcnutlo I Notes and Illlla rodlseounted "Worth about two cents, lady," Wo, H. II. I.'ainimu mul A. M. lll.itt, responded the truthful grocer, $211.13(1.90 Total iireeiduut mul CJtsliler of the ubovo ear flint thu numcil Kmk. "but we're charging ten.'" Puck I U truu to tho bent of Stnlo of Kentucky, ulune hUik'inont County of Itockcastlo f1'our LiiduIoiIko and belief. We, U. O linker and I'loyd Mlllnr, R 11 Ilanini, 1'ivbldent, "Speak tnfmo." slm pViuUd provident unit cashier ot tins abovu A.M.liiatl, (Jiiuliler. mimed Hank, do solemnly swear that and looked iuio his deej) tuovvn Siilmerlboil ami kworn to lief ore mo the abovu statement Is truu to the liest eyes, "Speak to me," she of our knowledge, and bollof. tliis 2Ut iliv.v of Novomber, 1818. U. 15. linker, President and .stroke his soft, curly My eoiiiinUblou u.piren Pec 18, 1020. Floyd Miller, Cashl-r- . Mlrandd Tuto, Notary l'ubllu. hair. And this ho could uot ro- Subscribed and sworn to buforu mo bISt. this 21th day of Nov. 1919, "Bow-wowho said. "I can't understand why Jen- My commission expires Jan. 11, 3022. to-da- y .... 2arxzz5o:2aEZ2zzz2kr 48,000 pieKr JIUL'S CKCAPAlrMUININI sirik. 3H0MIDE Drugstores SelHt 'i(j(w!lV Five million peo use it to KILL COLDS Ft - ," Six Years Ago, Thinking She MigLt Die, Says Tezu Lady, But New She Is a Well, 'Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. tho better. That wai six yean tea and I am still here and am a well, strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken half the mencod to hurt me. I had to go hack bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. Wo called tho doctor. lie Tho misery In my side got less... treated me., but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardut ,got woreu and w.irso until tho misery until I had taken threo bottles and 1 was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well tUrco montb.3 and suffered uch agony and never felt better In my life... I hare never bad any trouble from that that I was just drawn up In a knot... day to this." I told my husband If be would get Do you suffer from headache, back ma r. bottlo of Cardui I would try it.". . ache, piins In sides, or other discom,1 commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf to, mo... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the woman'i tonic, t many days unless I bad a change for trial. J. 71 , Kll-ma- noyso City, Tox. Mrs. JIary of this place, says; "After tho birth ot my littlo girl... my eldo com. A company of peoplo wore waiting in u railroad station mid fell to relating at how early an ago each hud clioTai his vacation, A farmer had boon stimulated at twelve by a plot of ground given to him to cultivuto. A preacher i said that at the :ije of seven, in church one day. he had resolved T1)u3 sov. to onler the min,8trv , Lfd, uen ,mer but a , lPnBnt lln,H,t,. j...w... .... , ti,.m .in... . ,..-.- .., remarking1: "1 started in'mv business before any of you, Why, before I could talk, I inudo signs " ..,. Tho stout Teuton woman with tho little hoy, bunded tho conduc-to- r a $2 bill. 'Snnllost you havo.? " asked the conductor, and be shitted the silver and nickels in his pocket. Sbo thought he meant the little boy. "Nein " she responded.' "I hof one homo only dree months old ulretty.'' Chicago News. ! kins und his wifo fell out. Sbo used to cull him tbo light of her "I guess business is poor with lilo." Pulleiu. He looks down in tho "Yes, so she did, but ho wont mouth." out too often." ''Why, tho ntoro ho loohs down in the mouth, tho better tho bus- Professor Fudge What do you iness is; lio's a dontibt." Boiton. mean, Mr. Jones, by speaking of Transcript. Dick Wagner,, Ludle Beothovon. Judge Lindaey, of Denver, was Charlie GouhocUnid Fred Han- lunching ono hoc day when a i dei j Jones Well,.. you told mo to politician paused t beside his table. . f J.l ne, ill ...l- l gtt familiari with the great com- - " juogu, sum ''rpi.At'aseu yuu r ' ' n i,nt. . .. i lt'.::Kli.'.t..nfT.r '' in'g lrink. Iu tills, wtapier, you MEA'NS-'VOU- . 'wurii'td dr'iuk jcoddrinkfe, Judge TI1IS shp.Vii, icoU drinks. ' Di'd jou When v'ou get up with a bid taste in vour mduth, u dull tired ever try gin and' .ginger altj? feeling, no rdlish for' food and ''No," Said tho JiidRO.'stuiling; are constipated, you may 'know "but 1 have tried several' fellows that you roed't dose of Chamber- - who have." Iain's. "Ta blots. They not only ' causo uu ogreeablo movomeat of Kid Why does thu cannon the bowels, but cleanse and inyig- - kick, papa? orate the stomach aud improve Pupa I guess they charged it too much, sonny. Sirou. the digestion. i- V, 11. I'isb, Notary l'ubllo. Review, Standard cold remedy for M yaua m udici lorrn talc, ur. no opiates Dream up cold la 14 noura reiicvt trip in 1 dara. Money oacic it lam. Tha ecnuint box naa a Rati: top, wnn Mr. HUI'a. picture. At All Drum 3 ft Westr rn Visitor (accosting clti worry "Doha," She should said Mrs. Barrows sternly, ''1 izeuj Can you ttll mo a good met that policeman today who sut place to stop ui ? Citizen Coilainly ! Just in the kitchen with you so long the "at." Good-dalust night. I took advantage of sir. bo-foy, re tho opportunity to speak to him" "Oh, go on now," roplied Delia with a smilo. "Vo needn't think that'll make mo wan bit jealous, mum. Oi havo got him4 safe enough." New York "Globe." Si Sue, supposln' I was a fel lor what was struck on a gal, an' supposln' you was tho gal, what do you jreckon she'd say If I was to ask you to marry him 1 Sue If he wants to find out what I'd say, why don't you ask her? HISSING JM u Dotng biuuuaa with- - 1 SI - out uirartuini tii paper ia II tryiaf to unlock your bars door witb your wifo'a kalpia. You'v got dta wioaf Adraituiaf u lLa kay to th Kora ! plaat, W flaU-'- l at th bora. Our want to put J big (ad ) dat ad. lataa fa s- jour VI. PUIM. Children Cry FLETCHER'S A OAS -- FOR Our publicity briaga lb bom to your door, (Cv?cWU,tM.W T-O-- R '..U4 .1