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VERNON, ctttnn Higst'if COUNTY, Kf., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 1920 studied tho problem of military horse supply most deeply have dcclnred In recommendations to the general start at Washington nnd to congress tlmi must obtnln and the government place at the disposal of fanners In sections of the country In which horset may bo tatged most economically between 4000 and 8000 thoroughbred stallions. A beginning bas been made in this tremendous work, but no more Tnc remount thnn a beginning. service has placed in Virginia, New York, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas ana 01 In the far west some seventy-liv- e nnd stallions, eighty thoroughbred these stallions 'have, almost without exception, been the cheerful gifts ol thoroughbred producers and person) Interested In racing. It Is because of tho government'!! Insurmountable ncl of thoroughbreu blood that the most distinguished officers of the regular military aervlc have been so outspoken In thelt opposition to half baked legislation that might Interfere with thoroughproduction. bred Leonard Wood was the first officer ol high rank to declare himself publicly In 1011 when on thlx subject. thoroughbred stallions and tnnres bj the hundreds were being shipped" ou of the country because the 'shutting down of racing In New York state In consequences of the Hughes nntl-raIng legislation of 1008 und 1010 market to closed the metropolitan thoroughbred producers, General Wood announced In the dally press thnt the blood had loss of thoroughbred the proportions of a national calamity, nnd that if something were a ucYBh ! mc fTAt.AKn msit inn iium: ,uj 41a K'Mciiiun-u- t t iu lmrtl the exportation oT M?fcK Kfti' a& revive production it would be to properly outfit with horse an nrmy of the size the United States would have to put In the field If we s came In conflict with a power. The prophesy of General Wood wns to be abundantly fulfilled In 1017 nnd 1018 as had already been pointed out. g Laws. Oppose g When the hearings on the bills In Maryland's legislature were held a year ago last wlnte; were on General Andrew Hero, com sunder of the Artillery Brigade 'of the Division of draught troops that was x train log at Camp Meade, and Colonel Raymond Brlggs, of the 3ltti Held artillery, who 'afterwards bebecause-o- f his came brigadier-generdistinguished service In ''the field, Mnjor-GenerL first-clasAnti-Racinanti-racinal FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" NUMBER 17 HOD-CARRIE- Circulars will Sell four Goods Come to PRINIED Booklets and Us ROCKCASTLE & rxr zzzxzixztxxz: THE CHALLENGE "There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which, taken at the flood, leads on to'fortune; Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries. On such a full sea LACK OF HORSES R IS MOST SERIOUS THOROUQHOF PRODUCTION BREDS MUST BE EN. COURAQED. - OR PROFESSOR Which will you havo your son Mr. Kontuolua'n, proud of the traditions of a proud old ifato, a hod career or a professor in a college? If the former, he will be assun d of work that requires no special training, entails noTespon jibiltty, provides support for him and his family nnd the opportunity to savo something as ho goes along against tho inevitable rainy day. If the latter, ho will bo assured of a place of great responsibility, small salary and perhaps a pension on which he may live in bis old ago, with no opportunity to savo anything for that ruiny day that conies in the lives of so many million human beings. bo, 1 j Come to Us . tor I J BR ODH EAD B NEWS 8 DEDICATION Of Pixie Highway GbarlejLR. Hall, of tho Chicago Motor club, arrived Iu Chattanooga Frieay afternoon to confer with V. D. L. Robinson, of the Dixie Highway association, PRESENT SUPPLY IS. SHORT are we now afloat; And we must take the current when it serves, Or lose our ventures." fi . Mrs. Sarah Boyd, of the Hiatt section, is very low with tuberculosis. Mrs A M. Hiatt bas returned homo after a two weeks visit with Mrs Thomas Mc- Amos Glenn, at Louisville Smith U able to be at home from fierea hospital. Citizens Bank is installing now furnitnrn also en. larging the lobby. A now girl arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mm. F. i Robbing tho 12th. Uncle h'ullen Francisco has- re. turned from a visit with his children at Lafollet, Tenn., and Wiliiamsburg.-M- r. Lester Lunee-for- d and Mus Ester Hasty were married some tew days ugc. Mr. ajd Mrs. John Wiggins were at homo Satnrday and Sunday. Mr aad- Mrs. Fttd Sovcder &tc :t Orestwood with Mrs Sowder's her, Mrs. J. H. Ward who is lsly ill Mrs. J. M Adam3 Mt. Vernou between iday. Tho baby of Mrs. J. B. Frith has siick with erysipelas. i.vof Stanford, Drs. rMMiams and W. F, attending doctors. to, be some better - From Shakespeare's Julius Cocsar. Army Would Need Ona Animal for Every Two Men Should We Be Called Upon to Engage In Military Operation for Any Reason. x j xszcxpcr: s John D. Carrol, of Now Castle, who will retire from tho appellate beech at the end of his present 4 9rmt- - J mge alumnus of Transylvania College, a graduate of its old Law School. John Uri Lloyd Gives Praise to Transylvania for it. If ho marketed it on Dec. 30th, lglO, for the top prico, he Court if Appeals got $195. for it money enough Judge William Rogers Clay, to buy a pretty nice outfit of Commissioner of the Cqttrt of clotlies even at present prices. Appeals has been widely and "Wheat is raised in vory wide favorably mentiouod in his dis- sections of the country. Official trict as the successor of Judgo government reports tell us that Judge Clay Mentioned for Cfer4oT3r Prof. John Uri Lloyd, author of 'StringtownOaTheP4ke,"in hyick child.-- ):. Ireet which he pur- time ago from C. Edrie and Lorino Dictc Al lumps r moved J. to proper lVlwNtecsto -- Svmp.ibyis lr. h h v kt 'X. f.' - ir. aua Mrs. uan loss of their baby, 3k- .- Leslie Elder is res in Louisville. eached at Christian ly morning and Rev. oi London mieu tne Mrs. ly evening Igim, of Pino Hill, iinily of Willis Bus- a..d tiunday. R. L. legislatures of the states are Tended court at Stanford "Teachstudying tho problem. .Mrs. W. F. Carter bus ers are asking for a salaiy, not Paps Mrs. Etta Brown was commensurate with the vnluo oC iiled lnmo fro.n Louisvillo America is not their service urduy on account of the serious rich enough to psy them that," illness of her little uepLew, James sivs Nawton Marshull flail, "but B Frhh Jr. Ed Adams and largo enough on which to live, Mrs. Rebecca Leeco. widow of not penuriously nor luxuriously, John Leece, wore 4inarried Satur- but In accordance with the dig day. Little Miss Glonrose Rob- nityof their high calling." ins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robins, was very siclt Comparison of Prices Monday night. Arnold Hiatt has Tho entered Berea collego Most people seem to think that; B rod head Real Eslato Co., sold a clothes prices are high. Meashouse and lot near the Methodist ured in tlio number of dollars it church toKirt Kidwell for$looo. takes to purchase a suit, they Gus Carson was at Stanford Sat' are. But measured in the prices urday evening. Some attrac of tilings which the producer has tion. Mrs Lucy McCall is hero to sell, or in tho wages paid for from Maretbttrg on account of service performed they aro no the illness of the infant of Mr. higher than they were before the and Mrs. J. B. Frith. Miss war. In many instances, as a Susie Hunt, of Cincinnati, spont matter of fact, they are not so last week tho guest of her sister, high.. Miss Mrs. Henry Anderson. "Compare clothes prices, for Ruby Houk loft Sunday night for accepted instance, with thai of corn, the Georgia, where she has a position as teacher in ono of grea American money crop. In Iowa, farmor had to haul the Southern schools. Miss Dora 1914 tho fifty bushels of corn to market Blanton spent several days near get tho money to pay Mt. Vernon last weok the guest iu order to Now for a $25 suit of clothes. of Misses Carrie and Louise ho can got a $60. suit and a $10. Mrs. W. H. Audorson lost Jior Que saddle and buggy pair of shoes for his fifty bushels of corn. horse "Tony" last Sunday. "It may be that he doesn't Mrs. R. L. Smith was with her haul corn to market feeds it to .daughter, Mrs. A. M. Hiatt first P. A. Shelton his hogs. On December 30th, .of tho week. purchased properly In Leba- - 1914, ho had to soil four hundred ilias .nou Junction and will move to pounds of hogs at the top price Wo cer of tho Chicago market be came lit In tho near future. talnly regret to lost this esteem- - within $3 of receiving tho money .ablo family. Tho finder of book to buy a $60. suit and there have 'Tho Woman of Uncertain Age," been long periods in the last two which was lost on Maiu street ytars wheu he would have gotten Xuu- eve, will please return 1 from $80. to$9i. for his four hunMrs.Ellon dred pounds of bogs. Mrs. Walter Robins "If, on Decotnbir Snth, 1914, has tonsilitls. George Brto'.s he marketed a thousand pound lis, who left here thirty-fiv- e Fa jeari ago, Is back from Nebraska orn-festeer at tho top prlco of visiting relatives and friends. tae Chicag0 marlet ho got $91.50 e. i MT VER0N,- -' "'" "vt rvejiHjf auoub 0,000 miles so .)&&' jryatir satire region.') T often have i3pend a week with his mother, occasion to quote from this dis wham he hasn't seen for twelve tinguished man of a century ago." years, is what Col. James Mc-Kcnzie Brown, D. 8. O., of the Movement for Better Pay for . British army is doing Mrs. Teachers World-Wid- e Cleo (V. Brown, of this city, has The movement for better pay received a cable from her son for teachers, not only in the pub- that. ho will arrive in the United lic schools, but for college pro States probably this week for 'essors Is practically world-widonly a week's stay. He is staMany of the leading colleges of tioned at Baku, Russia, on the A merica have taken it up and tho Caspain Sea. KY?.-Jimu;- writing of Transylvania College at Lexington says: "Transylvania is dear' to me al so because bf the many distinguished ra'eii: of the? South who were educated there, and espec ially from the fact that the great naturalist. Rafinesqne, to whom I frequently refer in my writings, . . was... professor in Transylvania -- 1 tho average farm value ot wheat November 1st, 1914, was 77c a bushel. Tho farnrnrwho bushels of it got ''Jp' oo,"6"r just abou' enough to buy a $25. suit, n $5. jnir of shoes, a $3 hat two or three good shirts, and then some handkerchief s The farm value of wheat on November 1st, 1919, was $2.13 a bushel and the farmer who sold tifty bushels at his homo station received $106 50, or enough to buy him a fine $60. suit and a big thick overcoat If a farmer happens to 'live in the Northwest ane to have held his wheat until now he can get some, where near $3. a bushel for grain of good quality. 011 sold-tilt- -- 1 St Col. Brown, who isa native of Mt Vernon, was in Europe at tho time the great world war started. He enlisted as a sea man in the British Navy and was stationed on a gunboat on the Ti gris river for some time. It was while herb that he was decorated by the King with D. S. O. and to promoted Shortly afto- - this prjtnotion ho was transfored to tho land forces and made a Captain. He was at tached to tho staff of General Al lenby and was with him at the time of his triumphant march in p. to Jer8alotn. Later ho' was pro mans orcheron, uydesantes, Shires, etc. whoso military usemoted to Major and sent to the fulness Is limited to the drugging of Western front only to remain a heaty artillery. Horses of these short time. His next promotion types mu not In the least serviceable to Colonel came when he was to a mobile army, or an urmy of sent to Baku. Kussia, and put in maneuver, as the new phrase demust charRe of he shipping lor the scribes an army that twenty perform miles government Ho has ten thou-an- inarches of fifteen to strategy sug-a day or retreat quickly If mon under his supervUion. gests retreat. They ure too sluggish, Col. Brown is a graduate of too lacking In spirit. The horses thnt Centre College, Danville, and is ure wanted fare the light tjpes and of only 30 years of age. He is a these there nre so few the aggregate nephew ot Judge R. G. Williams may properly he said to be a of Covington, and O. C. Williams negligible quantity In any practical Bel-gla1 d and a horse breeding maintaining supply scheme 'for tho future forces of imtloiml defense may be, had by a study of the reports of the remoun. ofllcers of the A. E. l', forthe period Hill's Gokhn Rule, edited at It was found In France of Chicniro. bv Napoleon Hill ' for that tho old theory that the proposition of horse strength to man those who want to think nnd want strength In armies should ibe two to to grow," hits the nail on tho One horse for nve wns erroneous. head when it says: men was needed To their eery two astonishment the officers bf the re"But with hod carriers getting mount service, ninny of phom had as much as honorary professors never seen the Inside of a military text book 'until n few weeks before with college presidents looking they received their commissions, enviously at the monthly pay Hint six hundred horses were . . S tg uli yd m y nlu,.u.lggljftlftntry regiment or war sircngia, unit i. a with country school teachers get regiment of 3C00 to SSOO.meiu. ting less than hired" hands, who It was next to Impossible- to obtain is to censure tho teachers of our to numbers In sufficient horses properly equip even .the t artillery, youth and the makers of new transport and ambulance services of Americans if insufficient income the A. E. F., because foKu'j'per.od of forces them to forego the call of two j tars before the participation of the United States In the conflict tho the spirit to the cry of the inner entente allies had been drilnlng the man? country of horses of all sortsand The A. E. F. had kinds. "The low cost of learning arid Modern Armies Are tho high rost of living do not Nowadays armies are rec'tonedt by balance. It is time tho taxpayer ot fcy, hundreds of thousands, "if for the sake of his. children acd The strength of,' a ..singi? millions. the sake, of his county, unlim-bere- d division ot the A. E. T 'WdSKreter In men and horses than' tlfiT biggest the Golden jRal'e ,v Jabkr urmy commanded by Stonej-yal- l Napplerfc" Hill "p&Blsshes career..; museum And son in nis enure blned armies of Lee and 5'eaHftbat In the same, Issue of his' Golden fiTSett took part In the' struggle appeared tie. judicial proceed- - 2R ide ... .- .- HM,t ... lna AAinmniA f9 tlin conflfn nnrl ..... , , w V ..,1. t,na w.u.M tUanfe cenfllcT that terminated last tested wvwa i uuu ngalnst legislative Inter lvui : tAtuwMvuu e of November thnn hold good of his country at heart: ference with thoroughbred production. the miles of the western front If the Kuhn and Brigadier-Genera- l United States were called to arms, Nicholson, respectively, FOR SHAME AMERICA! to defend . some intercut whether and second in command of peculiarly our own or to fulfill the Camp Meade Division, were un"The little red schoolhouse on League of Nations obligation, the able on account of business to appear bell's from 600,000 to 1,000,-OO- before the house Judiciary committee the hill and. the school mobilization of If at the last hearing, ' but they Boldlers might bo necessary. morning rinc the old theory thnt the correct pro- authorized representative speakers sign and hound tho whole portion of horse strength to man against the pending legislation In their Ae world 'round of a character mak strength in armies was still .accepted names. AdvL by military opinion, 200,000 horses ing thing; woidd be required for the outfitting of moulding NOTICE OF WARNING. And the teachers hnif n million soldiers, 400,000 for the outfitting of a force of 1,000,000 and, To The People of Rockcastle minds of youtli is a power mightIf nn nnny of half a million or n ier far County : million Mtldlers had to be kept In the Thoso who have dogs which Than all the freaks of tho In n shite of military efficiency Held can be c.r over are. n reserve of 400,000 to 800,000 would have not been tagged for tho year If the future military 1q2o, be necessary. are subject to a lino and And yet with our ways" penurforces of the Unlled States are to be outfitted with horses on a one to two imprisonment in tho county jiil. ious wo limit the teachers wage, Imsls with adequate reserves, and As the County Judge I will be Givo buttered bread to brawn such a scheme of outfitting would be warrants for those well fed and dole out crust to the necessary if the armies of the United forred to issue sage Stales were to attempt Intervention who fail to get tho proper tags In Mexico to protect American or and yet I shall regret very much And this we do in Freedom's European Intere&ts In the maintenance to do so. Those who are of tho t Nation's name, to a of the Monroe Doctrine, It will be necessary to provide an Immediate opinion that the old tags will do. shamo. mobilisation force of from 250,000 to are under tlw wrong impressloj. Blind in groed to fio liner need 500,000 with reserves equally strong. Each dog must be listed und a of greatness worthy tho name." Today the United States could not properly outfit with horse an nrm;-o- f new tag issued for that dog each 100,000 soldiers. There are horse year. Tho Assessor has listed in the country, man) of them. But over i5oodogs and tho law makes they nre mostly draught horses Nor- 1017-101-' task of tho Kemuunt Hoard of th United States urmy In organizing unu Some Idea of the magnitude ot tb 'Ww concerning the Chicago club's participation in tho the dedication ot tho eastern or western division of tho Dixie highway in the (all of 1920. Chicago automobilist aro very enthuiastic over the opening of one of these divisions and thoy aro planning to attend the in large numbers. There are at present 7,000 members of tho Chicago Automobile club. In addition to this tho Chicaga Boosters club is very much interested in the event. Mayor es - fw7SKs2Mi;;rgo; andTGov." Lowden, of Illinois, have both given their consent to attend tho gathering and make tho proposed automobile trip on the route that is completed by that time. DEDICATION NEXT SKPTKMBKR. nerjdry. u.. J. ' It is tho plan of the Dixie high way officials to have the dedication exercises sometime in the early part of September, 1920, and dedicate the; division that Is completed by that time. A com mittee from the association will go over both routes about thirty days before the exercises and determine which one is in thet .best condition and in this wnv decide which shall be, dedicated; If both the eastern and western divisions are completed by this time and are in good condition, a loop will bo made over both routes and both divisions will be dedicated. Members ot automobile clubs throughout every stato which tho Dixio highway traverses will bs organized lor tho occasion, and at a given time automobilist s from the different points will start out over tho Dixie highway, going over tho division that Is to be dedicated, and a big meeting will be held at somo place In Kentucky or Tennessee. 200 CHICAGO CARS TO COME. hfyr, ... a...;... two-scor- Major-Gener- 1 O Bo'-shevi- gold-grea- Hy-slng- scheme of national defense. The gasoof this city. line motor long since niude the proBefore entering tho Brittish duction of this type of horso unarmy Col. Brown had. traveled in profitable. I'u liners nnd stockmen every country In Europe and was have, ceased, to raise light horse In writing magazine articles. constderable'numbers. The creation of uouisvlllo Evening Post. a new supply must be stimulated by tho United States government, but Wine grapo growers who got nothing the goernmeut could do $25 to $30 per ton in provious would suffice If there was any Interthe years are now getting as high as ference with stallions. production of thoroughbred Stallions of for the same kind of the thoroughbred types eru Indlspen-slbl$60. a ton grapes, despite the fact that the because the offspring of such manufacture of wine has been stallions, whether from mares of thoroughbred blood or from mares of prohibited. no particular breeding, proved best The Second Assistant Secretary In a hulf century of experimentation conducted In Europe by the great of State, Mr., Adee, says that tho military powers before the outbreak more effective control of tho trof- - of the war of nations and the half e it a heavy tine upon the sheriff if ho sees a dog not properly tagged or knows of any owning or harboring a dog which has not been properly listed, ho does not promptly arrest the dog and report tho owner lo tho court, whoso duty It Is forthwith to issuo a warrant of arrest for such person. As the Judge of tho county and tho friend and well wisher of all the people of the county, I fell it my duty to issue this notice of warningj Cam WITHERS XIS27 -- Ben Mullins has gone f) Hamilton to work J'. II. Mullins was Bob in Livingston Monlay. Mullins was in Mt Vuruon Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Estill Mul lins wore tho gu ,sts of his pat ents Mr. and Mrs. j. II. Mullins Saturday night vices ker. Mr. Theto were by Rov. serParMUs at Cavo Ridge Saturday and B. Griffin and Sunday conducted Mumjns, J R. C. C SHERIFF'S NOTICE. Each dog must bo licensed or tho sheriff will bo forced to comply with the lw, to arrest the owner and kill tho dog. Thero Is a fine of from $10 to $100 for each unlicensed dcg. Tho sheriff is also subject to a tine of $25 if be allows a dog to go without be ing licensed. I do not want to be forced to enforco this law. Tip Langford, bhoriff. DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Bear iu mind that Chamberlain's Tablets not only movu tho bowels but Improvo the uppctito and strengthen tho digestion. They conti in no pepsin or other digestive ferment hut strengthen tho stomach and enable it to Its function! naturally. per-toim - 1 tin In nnl.im nnl mlio.- - nrAilD and IhrotMiuurter bred outstayed and outgntned the reprvsentnthes of is now receiving the careful at- - colder breeds under the hard the ,,, tention of this Uovernmcut. (Unions of actual, warfare betweeu 1014 and 1018. 1 d W President l'olncuro of Franco Light Horse Not Raited. says: "Now that the victory of Since It Is no longer profitable for arms is ours, we must gird our farmers and stockmen to raise light, loins for a greater triumph harness horses for the market officer who bav of the military tmic against alcohol." Tabitha Daughorty went to Mt. Vernon last Wednosday and wore married and havo gono to New Castlo, Iud. whoro Mr. Griffin has n position. J. C. Mullins has moved to tho furm he recently bought of KitlH Mullins. Mrs.. Addio Allen was the guest of Mr. Mas. J. C. Allen Sunday and Mrs. Oy Howard of Gauley was the guest of Mr. und Mrs. Matt Bowles Sunday Miss Viola Durham of L'ruiso is with her Mrs. Thomas grand inotner Tho rec Dauglierty this week. ent tide is said to have been the Misses largest for six years. Sulllo, Ada und RUsic Mullins were the guosth of their cousins, Misses Mary and Eliza Mullins, Sunduy. Master Joo Dauglierty of Ccuksburg was tho guest of his friends, Luther and Russell Mullins, Sunduy. In speaking further of Chicago's part in the program Mr. Hall said, when in tho city Friday, that tho Chicago peoplo have already pledged 2oo cars. In addition to the governor of Illinois und the major of Chicago, a number ol prominent officials havo expressed their willingness to go on the ttip. The United States government has assured thorn of tho use of at least three government trucks, with wire, less telephone and telegraphic equipment. They have also mado arrangements with a large tent concern to make provisions at the various places whore they are to stop each night ti establish a regular tent city. Thoy will furnish touts, cots and all necessary equipmeut. Mr. Hall also said that thoy have arranged for a rather unique plan for tho management of the trip. A mayor and a board of aldor-ne- n will be elected each day and placed in charge of all arrangements. Health officers will be appointed and everything will bo run after the same plan as a city government. They have arranged to set apart one day during which the ladles will be placed iu comploto charge. Many other special features are being worked out by the club. Mr. Robinson declared that the Dixio Highway association is planning to mako this uvent the biggest that hus uvor taken place in tho history of the Dixio high-naIt is to be symbolic ot the bringing together of tho north and south, as .tho travelers from both those points will meet at a giveu point und have a big celebration. Ir it is held in au Keutucky barbecue will bo a feature of the big gathering. y. Ken-tuck- y, fetfii 9ji?flsetfbMT. V fc l ,N , YMwwusggrrnaariT; At OgG 7.S ! tCTirrnirnWj rri, fanrtxiriwni c SI RJfl'KI VKK'S JIALB. Cj nlc dead; 60 .,( fc Thii PUeitf Coiit'l dl UoeUeis. ; Uiose left no f.nltn. . j tire veiillh ROCKCASTLE COUN 1 V tie County, has iippolnlod mo M chlMiii', 4,1 nru dc.vn iuih sipon COtTRT. ItinCL-lii-r Live Ktir't f llilsiH ' riilntiveH or cluirity for .uppop: .1 ,M. Pi-io. . .. pi.Imiiit ' ' coun,ty. l wlili to. prove or real , "." j)5 or com of Hirst! will 1101 M; Keren cr r n... .tn '1.1111K1 , i... luillJUin Friday, Jan. 16 , 1920 ' Defendant, kxiiuv hi. mi r.ti....i. i'i iiiu iiiii. leave sufticiont means to ilefray C. A McCollnm, ty In this capneily nnd inn ready I functiil expenses. My vn 11c. of an ord r of tlin UockiitMlo County Court, under-e- to be of son W when cillcd up Im spite of n.J preaching, econ Pitblishtd every Friday iy ut e.ill teim thereof, Deu'in on. omy utul thrift are not cuiiimmi . 7. YOUNG. J. 10 Hunt, her ly. I'.IIO, in tin' above si .vied stJBPCklPTloN ONK vkar $1.00 qualities Tl! largo tnnj'iriu f citiM'. llio nnilerMpieil will, hs Vt Vernon, Kv. -- : moil insist on living up totlnor Kceiivci of said court, on , Advertising rates maue knonn en incline regardless of the 1.11m .111 7,1920 'J of those iiicuiikh. Self de.e.il Uif ' abdication $io Koward, $ico between the Iioiiim of to o'cloeK n l.ard Ihinn, et M.lfdciiinl nil e .1 m 11111I nVlfiflf 11. 111 ill thn The i'(iulei'4 of this pajn r will times out ol ten is the scorei of fn,t dror of the Court llouso in bo pleased in learn lluu there is MKMBRR OF substantial success .Mt Vernon. Ky. prneeal to ox at least one dtendeii disease lliit BNTUCTY PIIKSS ASSOCIATION pose to public sile, to tlio high- - sciunce 1ms been able to cure in 1st bidder, the following describ- - all its stages and that is catarrh OX GNAL wwu . Sf MR . nt r fI a 1 d I g ft' 11 Back of Your Success Three things are essen'iaUo your success A Bank A A .ATtt.,vv ,nAtv 1 1 it3HKfc6 Masonic Banqueti I'd iwi'mm:iI iironcrl3 years old; ie.1 inileli cow, I v! 1 1 1 1 F. v- i iid dry cow. 0 joars old; The annual Instnliil'on ofoffi 1 black mare about 0 yrs old; b'aclc mare untie about gvis cers and banquet was held in tin old Masonic Hnll on Thursday night. Associ1. il) Tun AmeriKin H.uiUes' ,... ...u.u, ..uw.v tlr. xu.., itiltln nlinlit r j..-- rtl of thf oc speaker ation has compiled and publMied The principal Sale tnxbi. made on a credit of nfnno hundred cahion was Past Grand Mnster iliree montlH the experiencs Purchaser will be Richmond Tlfe "equited to givo bond, with men who the association considers Btirnam, of officers Jtrc : F. L. DurM'cntity, for the payr.iont men Tlie typic.il American r of the purchase money, to have very inter- ham, Master; C. D. Sutton, analysis gives some of n judg Warden; T. C.O'Mnrn, Junior the for. a and esting information, though this Wu: den; John Coffey, Treasurer; iimnt, bi'arit'g logil interest from information may have a tendency date of sale until paid. C. Franklin, Secretary; l K to cause the average individual S. W. G. Nicdev, Receivei, Miller; SeniorDeaeonjW.T Davis, to hliudder, ns using these to Rockcastle County Court. Deacon; James Rickets, one hundred men as a basis the Junior Overshoes and rubbers for analysis shows that after a in.in Tyler. The Willing Workers, Druggists, 75c. wives, sisters every foot at Fish's. reaches tho ago of 35 tho hazard all of whom are served of his success increase very rap or mothers of Masons, The meal was year to year. In other the banqiK't idly from every appoint words, his cliaiuv for making a splendid in its The Vapor nieiit The tables wore, very marked success becomes less Treatment woman had and less verv rapidly after reach- pretty indeed, liach ' FOR d her own brought from of JJ.'i. ing the age tho best of her china, Influenza Briefly the analysis as follows: and linen. Tho courses were and At age 22: 100 men all strong beautifully served. Pneumonia and vigorous with good mental Mother j u ho know the arpt.lsli and physical capacity. of vvahini lielnJesslv thrctph 112 Millions j hour J (or the ph sicbn At age 3."). 5 liuvo died; 10 are : who may not arih c in time will Ixrd .'1.. saiyukJiuarc a ko(1 '.'K.uin Hr MJHM :rtlia u a c'A'.ti v!r?ff...tvO:TJiiiiic iS coiui. croup, innuenza, stances; 40 have moderate me.iuV,' to KILL COLDS gnpi'C, pneumonia anu otner reipiratory atimenu, 35 have saved nothing. Sen-io- elT-- ct Catarrli being greatly inlluencid by conditions n- qniies constitutiolal , trcatnent Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken iiiieinnll) ami nets thru Dlood on the Mucous Stufaeo ofthoS.s tem lliereby des roying the foii'i ., ,i, f ,i..iUI,ne . , .... Ui'dlim un -. C" t tie ronstitut on and assisting ra tute in doing its wark The proprietors have so much fi ilh in tlio curative powers or Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for am case lhat it fails to cure. Send fi.r list of testimonials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Bafance Bank Acquainfance Bank Credif a s Build and maintain these t'iree essentials at the Peoples Bank ? ,.,, - - - -- I H Our officers are ready to with you. co-oper- ate i PROCLAMATION grenttr problem can our ierious attontion tlmii tlnit of co ruing the boy li'e of our Stale and Nation; anil then; lias never been a time in our history when the need ol this conservation wns more than it is today. Then. Tore. I, Edwin P. Morrow. Governor of the Suite of Kentucky, In' the hope of arousing thorn u o.' the State to u sense of their responsibility toward their' own boys and the bo s .f their com. inunily, an-- in the huther hot e No (en-ga- a Nt.r 1. Vernon Graded Higli Schoo ,1.1 I side-hoarsil-v- Whiy nt Piot Go to SchdOl ;ln Your ' ' H6'me County? ' klfe uJgUfi8, HILL'S At ago 45 : 16 have died; 3 are wealty; 65 are self suppjrting but without resources; 16 are ro longer self supporting. AtPge 55 : 20 have died; 1 ery wealthy; U are in good clr- imstancos; 46 are means; 30 are but without rpendent on children, relatives charity for support. X age 65 : 36 have difd; ry wetiltliy; 3 are weaitny; 6 supporting by labor; 54 ure lendent on children, relatives irity for support. t- CASCARAkQUININE F ffl 1?S srr It 11 age-lon- ) Mt. Vernon School olTeers nn accredited Hijjh School Course Three teachers dointf High School work. Six teachers in the grades Normal Course after Good equipment and splendid school spirit. Christmus. Tuition and board reasonable. For further information address D. K. LYON, Principal, rrfwrRw.'",-ttmAlKAliiit- -r ROMt Standard cold remedy Cor 20 jeart in tablet lorro saie, autc. no opiates breaka up a cold in 24 Hour renevei grip n . nays. Money back il It lam. l lie jenulne box nai a j;eo 4M1 cop wnn Hr. iiui IWIIrllrll afffw picture. yj i iiry At All Drug Slant WILL NOT STAIN THE C03THES applied externally to the crtcsi,thtrat.ir. J and ii quickly absorbed thiAugli tliVjl'orVs of the skin. Iti healing vapors ri:e ind.are inrulcd directly n to the infected membranes. A remedy, it is doubly certain to produce rat'sfactory rctulti. It has this characteristic lhat distirfeuiihej it from other salves, it will net stain the clothes. Buy a bottle of Vapomcniha TODA It i an invaluable protection for an insignificant price.' 30c, 60c, and $1.20 Bottle at All Drue and General Storea. If your dealer cannot supply yowpjtder from i W BRAME DRUG CO., N. WilKiboro, N. C --nostrils double-actio- MPSALVE BRAME'S tHA 'mB 1 ;- as - ought to bind fatheis and sous together in good fellowship, do issue this proclamation, and 'I iv quest that the week fiorn i6th to 22nd be set apart Feb-rtnr- ' or. CB. r y Army Overcoats Dye , BLACK, DARK BLUE OR BROWN llftMA 1 NOTARY PUBLIC MT. VERNON, KY. W. H. FISH lllllc'n'upJ fSa IriMimrixr m 11 r jy pi he r. FATHl?lt AND SON WEEK I ' OtlH SERVICE WILL SAVE YOU StO.OO I earnestly urge that such special observances as have been CLEANERS & DYEHS, Im planned bv the churches, tho Y. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY M C. A., and other organizaPMtcml Past Sand tions may receive the patriotic support of all our citizens. IN TESTIMONY WHEKEOF. X I have hereunto subscribed my C. C. name and caused the Great Seal ATTORN LAW of the State of Kentucky jo be O. b. W. BKTHUKUn , MT VEBNON.KY ATTORNEY AT LAW (Mtv r.l Frankfort, affixed in the ij,k. OFFICE.- - Onacd.fli MT VERNON, IY. v. m this 22nd d y of December, in Jlanlc ot.. M.Vrt "Wlllpractice linall tlio courti Jvt ye-iof oar Lord ,k one thou- n Chur'cn St. SpccJa .' Offictfon Church Street san tune iiunuted and nineteen, tion Riven collectioc EDWIN P MORROW TNONB 80 Governor. SWISS 9&3acb;3ecgr?xx- - V WilUanJ EV-A- T f I $&bttK5Zy$&&p& '' ::... v Unusual Value In Tires for Small Cars is characteristic Goodyear merit conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for small cars but ordinarily the first cost is found to be not greater than that of other tires; often it is actually less. The combination of unusual value in first cost and very low final cost, of course, is a result of Goodyear experience, expertness and care employed as insistently in the tires making of 30x3', 30x312- - and 31x4-inc- h as it is in the construction of the famous Goodyear Cord Tires used on the highest-price- d automobiles. For this reason more cars using these small last year with sizes were factory-equippe- d Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. Get this unusunl lire value to enjoy on your Ford, Cherolec, Dort, Maxwell, oi other small car, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Get these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at this station. PUBLIC Not only SWISH W. M. Bullock Farm 2 MILES SOUTH SAND SPRINGS m Friday January 23 nd 2 Mares, 5 1 Iw I III Milch Cow. 9yr old 2 Heifers, coming 3 yr old . ahd 8 yrs old 1 .. "Mfc.V-..- . .v ag.wirr i- "ai Fabric, i irn - - xStit'"r :!xjr-s- - ' gim. ir -" :Vt2' Al'c! ' IL m r...i....i-...-in- i - 'J J II i Be fresh in spring - i Sow and 9 heads Shoats A few farming tools - ' : - .. . f)L 30x3 30x3 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Triad Single-Cur- e ;ir00 ZU $17 Goodyear Fabric, Anri-SkiTrvad. d Goodyear Hc.wy Tourist Tubes aic thick, ttrong tubes lhat reinforce casings properly. Wliy rik a rooJ caIng w ilh a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than rubes of less merit. 30x3 'size in water- - 'S1C)0 ., ,...; -,- . proor 6otr .... TERMS ''. i Under $J0.cashin hand over $ JO six months thru v: J with approved security. Ut.'' : ! El? Z- - i if , "4 J jl 1 I 1 laWsiwiiaiiiiiMaaiMaMMMaaMMaiiiiiiWMwaawaaatMaiwMMMaaai 1 Vaiawnni HHHMHMBaMMaMH:aHaHMHaaaBaaBaMinMBBaaBaaaMaBBaaBaMBaMBHMBHaBfcMbaBMNr i raari-iair- a aanaaaaaalinrr iMiai ttimwmaimmuitkM.njeamataamimKmmimmmmmmmmimmmmtmmmH "a . a naryarrauBBwaii . flfllULLOCK - " ai -- " nwiiim anal - n bbb i sraiaMawaf m s "JV jUHL!JiM.t J.ft MT. tfi Mt. Vbrnon, Ky.Juh. 16,1920 -- -- -; V liliii B L . 9D Will burlt is homo for a law days from Wnlllns Creek. ADAMs-puncK- iUOUBjyrfTSrii am i. Jl ON-SIGNA- Lu I f 1 f H on want loDommuni. with BIONAL "' ' up"No.j" wmnnr. , fj t T tEIsKSr fi Louisville 4 Naihvillc II. R.Co. 'J2 24 18 21 TIMH TABLE. 5,i8 ptn uortn 8:35 am north 12:33 pn south derstand that the Woman's 12:45 a m douth BRYANT-KRKUU- Ell Board, under which- - Langdnn Jas. Landrum, Agent. School is prompted in giving Mr. O. D. Bryant and Mrs. Phone No. 8. Miss Stewart this course, as an Mary Krougnr were married in appreciation of her splendid i t the Mt Vernon, Kjr. PoloBc tho Prssbyterian manse at Win 0 ntertd nistnuion. mall matter. u Chester on Monday morning, the Rev. Mr. R R. Murphy officiatLOU A 17 PEHHONAli ing. The groom, who is a sucBotter sliced at Fish's cessful garage operator and tho D. H. Lyon was in Berea on Master Daniel Cummins who bride who presides over one of Monday. has been on tho sick list is slow the best homes in Mt. Vernon, T.J. Ball was in Frankfort have many friends in Mt. Verly improving. Monday. non ard throughout the county Mr and Mrs. Asher Cummins Mr. Ted Schrnck, of Liviugston, who have only the best of wishes arc rejoicing over the arrival of was hi town Tuesday: for them. K. S. Albright was inBereaaud a fine baby girl. Richmond oil Tuesduy. V. R. Dowell has sold his T. J. Nicolcv was in Bereaiand grocery to R. L. Lungford and Mr. William Burk and Miss will leave in few days forCor- FGraco Grifiin were married at Richmond during the week. , Hhc home of the bride, on Thurs-da- y H. T. Yourg was in Ridhmoud oin wherethe yill Ifoito.jf- - 'j . Tho biide is a afternaon. and Lexington on business Man Fok Salk:- - One Remington successful teacher ana a very day. Standard No. ftft,yv&,tflfir 'fine young lady. Thegrootn has Miss Fan Sparks nas'been in Practically now-- . "Call or address. a good record as a soldier. He Louisville for the past several M J. Bcthurum.MtVernon, Ky. now has a good position in Harlan County. The many friends days. ..1, I've got it. Everything yov want extend to this splendid couple Miss Helen Aultman spent last to eat, any time you want it. Joe. the hand of, congratulation. wok-en,itli Miss Risse Wit- - 'We ' understand' there , is a I am.stilkat the old stand, lums, Farmers Meeting scheduled' to 15onth of The depot. FreslTrueats .Tho McCluio baby, who was so be held at Brodhead Graded and fancy groceries all the time. btrraed, is in a School Saturday January 24U1 at "JOE. ad-m- Ben Pnrcoll and Miss Maude: J TVfpnn A Tho children of Tom Brana. Adams, both Vernon, were I man, at Langlord, have measles. married In Lebanon Junction" Casper Adam received a wire Jan. 8. Tuo Rev. S. H. Be;l last week from Elmer Houk stat- officiated The groom is the .Pento-Manga- n Knriclies and ing iio had a good position for oldest of Mr. and Mrs B. B. Builds Up tho Blood him as engineer at Woodlawn, Purcell and tho undo is the at Pn. Mr. Adams is thero and on tractive daughter of Mr.' arid Pallor, Headaches and Short tho job Mrs. Abo Adams. This is aj noss of Breath Disappear Miss A. B. Stewait, Principal splendid young couplo and their . Hold in Liquid of Langdon Memorial School, many friends join in wishing Pepto-Manga- n and Tablet Form will leavo tho latter part of this them a long and happy lite Thev wore accompanied by month, to take a Post Graduate Why should any girl or voung course In Columbia University. Mr. and Mrs. V. Francisco, and woman continue to have a pale, Ver-no- n Miss Stowart will bo away until sen, William Victor, to Mt. sallow complexion and a listless, July and Miss Runnah Sproules Sunday, whero hoy will n sy.stem devoid tf enrrgy will act as Principal. Wo un- make their home. of-Mt. PALE, tpT Jvl T ANEMIC LIVE STOCK FOR Rockcastle County .i - ..... I i -r ... - 'iiulf mmHm Mtt&r'ZJ&?MmmmM9m . . im 1J1 - stcond-clas- a BURK-GRIF- FIM - " ... -- f -- ver-y-sct- lition. kla - l'p.m. - - Hansel has been afew days with her " A 'drilling out HI is 'now at work on the Jess Levisay farm near field sM town and those who seem toknow Ire will leavo on something about the oil business Icidnatt, Chicago, say tho prospects are good J. T Gentry, of Lebanon Jet., was in Mt. Vernon this week. lar Rapids. y t,ol bo. is openltrg up restaurant-- in Hot el building. the Chest suffered a Iralysis on Mon ksty, who h:is Uh .typhoid, "seiiouB condi- - lurum left for after, spend- - with her par- - I, Danville, is vis Miss. Elizabeth Langdon Mem Bparks left ovidonccv ,14. Sat- - L. Kin- - resume her Mr. Monroe. Miller, who is well Miss Elvirnr Seng. oPLb'uis'ville, known iu Rockcustle and who has Ri-s- e Wilis the guest of Miss' MT. VERNON. Kx a good record as a soldier, and liams. Miss Seng is a very ac- Miss Mabeilo Cummins, the attractive daughter of Mr. and NO GREAT AlT OF HEROcomplished singer. B. Cummins, were mar-ried'ISM REQUIRED. of Winchester, Mrs. J. Russell Proctor, the home of Rev. H. T. If some great act of heroism visited his wife and children, tit Young on last Saturday evening. tho home: ol his parents, Mr, and The many friends of these young was i.ecussurv to protect a child no mother would from croup, Mrs. J. T Proctor, Saturday ppoplo extend to them them hesitate to protect her offspring, their very best wishes. and.Sunday. but when it is ouly necessary to Q lality counts wherr we go to keep at hand a bottle of Chum Tohn Mullins, of Her ea, was in Remedy Jop and berlain's Cough Mt. Vernon on Wednesday to eat. givo it as soon as the first indlca Mrs. Mullins homo. She Mrs. Cora White entertained a tion of croup appears, take there aie has been sick at tho home of her number of her friends, in hor many who ueglect it Chamber- very attractive Main Street homo mother, Mrs. J 13. Lair. Iain's Cough Remedy is within with a Rook party on lastSat tho reach of all aud te prompt Mr. lack A. Sutton, cousin of urday evening.. I no garno was and effectual. C. D. Sutton, of Doep Water played progressively and thero Iowi, is visiting relatives In. were no dull moments. Delight JOHN WHITE 4 CO. LOUiaVH.LK.KY. were beautiMr. Sutton left ful refreshments Roc. cis tie. fully served. The party will Liberal MMrtiMat Rockcastle ten yera ago.. be r&raembered with pleasure ad full vtlua " ur rime Miss Susie Thompson returned by each one wno was present. rawrun a few days ago from a months Why tint have a Piu .Supper at Hlfe visit with her brother. Wlllr in your school houfo next Tuesday. mIVUm Eoston. She aUo visited- - her or Wednesday night and help Sthayed: Red heifer, two brother, jamie,. la New York. raise, the $i75.oo balauco needed years old. Five dollars reward to keep a County Agricultural Mr. and Mrs. W. C Miller, of Agent in the County another to finder. Jane Balks, visiting Mr. year. Try to do this before Feb. Bridgeport, Ind., are Livlngton, Ky. Q. GrtfEa and other 1 st and send tho money raised to and Mrs. P. Rock relatives of tho county. Mis. F. E. Miller, Treasurer, Miller is a sister of Mrs. Griffin. castle Agricultural Association, Mt. Vernon, Ky. . Missoa lUhol Azblll, Risse WilSeng, THE BEM? COUGH; REMEDY. liams nud her visitor, Lang-dawore, guests at dinner at: When la.druggist! finds' that his stiffen When the body beckn Memorial School on; Wed- custbment.all apeak: well' of a cer and movement becomes to painful It preparationi her forms a good tain nesday evening: Mlsai Seugiaad opinion of it and when in need of is usually an indication that the Miss: Aukmaa rendered, some a medicine is. almost cer-tai- n kidneys are out of order. Keep such very excellent music t& use it -- himself asd in bis these organs healthy by takinr Ht.T. Young will pwaeliiat the family. Tbis..j& why so many at vork John Jones, of Corbin, seen visiting Mrs. Mauaa 5i;es, and daughter, 'JVliss Zelma Jones this vxeak. '' . lamio Thompson is gotting along well He was abla to go to the depot with Miss Susie He when she left Now York Febru Miss "Risse 'Williams gavefa expects to bo at home in ary. . dinner in .honor, of her guest, Miss Glvina Seng, Wednesday Don't fail "to ask for Trade evening The Invited gue'stsl Checks every time you spend a were: Mr. Louis M. Miller and dollar in Mt Vernon. Miss Helen Aultman. CARD OF THANKS If you are interested in BetWo wish to extend 6ur thanks ter Farming and Stock Raising and appreciation to those who exdon't, fait to attend the Fafm'ers tended a helping hand during Meeting''-Brodhead Graded the "iick hessl'hfid 'death' of i our mother, School Saturday, January 24-Mrs. W. M. Bullock. at 'i p. in. Let. Fish's do yqur developing Geo. Owens, the picture, show man was down from Stanford and printing. Sunday between trains. . Mrs. Elizabeth DeBord, of Governor Goodrich of Indiana Level Green, died on the ninth called a special session of the In. of January. Funeral services y diana Legislature to meet were conducted by Rev, James for the purpose of ratifying the Cummins, at Mt Pleasant, where federal suffrage amendment.. htr remains were laid to rest. For Sai.;: I nave rented my She is mourned by four children, faim, and have a good pair of J. J. DeBord, W. H. work mules and harness for sale. Ruth Ann DeBord; and Mrs. VV These mules are 15 hands high, M4 Bulk ck. and by many friends. eight years" old und good wurkeip. s B. A . Riddle, "Live and let live" is our niot Con way, Ky. 8t to. fancy groceries at fancy prices at Joe's, " at h tc-da- I have just received a letter from Mr. R. G. Dodd, Ottawa, Ky., saying that ho received his Shorthorn bnlh December 30, and was well pleased with htm This bull was purchased from Mr. Leyton, Paris.Ky Ho Is tho milking strain of Shorthorns. Woaroglad tQ know that Mr. Dodd has purchased this bull for tho benefit of bottering his stock, and helping his neighbors to pro duce a better breed for Rockcastle. Wo need ten more pure-breand vitality? milking strain shorthorn bulls in Such young folas are continuRockcastle County. Wo must ally unhappy and djctedsMiipl; manage to got theso bulls during because tlmv accept such a con- the year of 1920. dition as their tii'sfortuno, and Any farmer who wishes to buy envy their friends who are in the bloom of health and enjoying all a shorthorn bull who would like to huve my assistance in the the good things of life If s,uch young women would matter, I will gladly serve him realize that their anemic coudi. without price. Wo, as farmers, wish to express tion is probably due to thin, impoverished blood, which could our thanks, to our banks, for easily bo enriched by Gude's their past cooperation and inter how much hup. est in our livestock 'projects. I piei and attractive they would be. am sure that thev are willing Gude's Pepto Mangan is a safe, still to assist and cooperate in the beneticial nnd pleasar t tonic for project of getting ton more pureanyone suffering from any ail- bred registered shorthorn bulls ment caused by poor blood If in our county. As your County taken regularly for a few weeks Agricultural Agent, I am at tho it will enrich the blood with thor. service of any farmer when it d comes to more and better live smds of the healthy cells that are needed to carry stock and other ngricultuial nourishment to every part of the projects. body. At the present time I am teachn is sold in both ing a short course in Agriculliquid and tablet form. Both con- ture at Berea. This continues tain the same medicinal values. ru Jan. Feb. and March. Dur-uv- Pgpto your t uruggisis. tse sure me name "Gude's" is on every package. mako no outside visits, but will Without "Gude's" It is not Pebto- - be glad to corrsspond with far "Mangan. mers on any subject to furnish For sale in Mt. Vernon at desired bulletins and information C. C. Davis Drug Store. which is made possible by the Department of Agriculture. Begiunir.g April the first I will be on the field ready to taue up my outside activities. Yours vorv truly, ROBERT F. SPENCE, Co. Agricultural Agent. run-dowd BLOOD TONIC Pepto-Manga-n, II II I SI I Cop right 1919 Hart Scbaftner & Marx I'M II U& I red-bloo- (jLI RVICE sell a lot of them. ' Pepto-Manga- 0 UR business in this store is to do something more than just sell clothes; anybody can do that ; we do - ing-thi- s- -tojj Bat the real business of this store is to be of service"to"men and boys"inthe" matter of clothes; to see that they get the right quality, the right style and fit, and gets it at the right price It's an important service and business- S. S. Purcell Call, write or Phone O w 3 make a Hurt, Schnirner it" Marx O'lotlies are our way 5f doing it ofjt ; AUCTIONEER OTTAWA, KY.fi ' Fob Sai!e: dte-pai- r 'of horse mules, about fifteen hands Jrigh, coming three years old. Will sell these mules with new hariiess on, if purchaser so desires. One new Moses Harl's Binder, has cut only twenty acres of wheat. One, eight dislc, Seeding Machine. McCormick NOTICE. Dr Milton Boord, of the State Health Department of Louis, ville, Ky., will lecture and by ,filin "Sex Hygiene" on Theatre. Come pvery-- , one. No chargrs. Don't forget the date, Wednesday, January 2t 1920. dem-onstrate wef i&, S.iid'i..j.Twearts 'aj-.-4 afeja!!53(,a!maBB ves&mrtft-j- iM.ryl wt . . Mmisir MSK'SrTlGUlV A'.rStJ4jVy S - !!f &$&& wwto auuiiivt ,1 The Home of iiart, Schaffner & i. & Marx Cfclhcs if A One, twelve horse power, mounted boiler and engine. Two Threshing Machine. One Ford Automobile, in condition. W. M. Eullnck. Hansford Ky. ex-cell- For Weak Women In use (or over 40 years) a. uiyrSKrsiLIi' Jattener ( , i Sure 1 uxedo Hoc Ration State Experiment Station Official. Note of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it is so very nutritious:. Digester Tankage, Corn Meal; Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Middlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed; .Alfalfa Meal. This balanced Cane Molasses. X AJN J.Ll "trOYC : e. NOTARY PUBLIC W.h.FISH Aft ffl VJtA 'J' iff HaBW Thousands of voluntary letters from women, (ell ing of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the vshie of CarrJui. It proves Hint Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, wilh no bad aiter-effec- tt. o UNTIL you feed Tuxedo Hog cannot know how cheaply pork can be developed. Tuxedo is proa quick fattener a never-failin- g ducer of live, sturdy, good looking hogs. The formula is compounded along lines suggested by a prominent !rT&" Pjan'g&t-1 mixture ' si ehE is sweetened j 'if 'jf j I with Q TAKE mPfSmvP vi " Sh! V1it would hapnen to me if I were your kid? Well, if you'ro not acquainted vlth C:!umet UaUiiis you don't know what a Rood Can't IMP I Istve. I.'eltfas is:lf thcy'rs so Caoul Good fir ns too, because CrJumct Daldags are holKis:; ratll Mil!:c::s cf mothers use I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic IV Made bv thd Manufacturers of Tuxedo ChorS; Egg Mash Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, Seo Your Nearest Dealer FOR SALE BY J PROTEIN 14.5: '.FlBkE'Jfi AT CAiraOHYDRAtESfoftT ' i 'U',' . 3.5 ij 1 A BAKING POWDER because becauseof its purity U-is- s n, SQUEEZED TO DEATH nfiflLDMft '"" 1 it always gives best results end Is economical In coat and us.?." Calumit contains only eucA IngfdUnt as halo officially by Iht V. S, feed AulkmrilUt, whoa rou buy IU You Veu cava whon yuu mom IU I f WTj 6n tan iinaEST- - 9lUAtnv, AVyMX rA ?is Vflt j, church, am Sunday tnornhiK; Tho seciali service vt soiiHitliat had betfu phuinedifar SUudnT baan callkL'off asi aioourteoyitOitheispcitUui mot-ihChiihtUu. Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy. . J. B. Tonus, a wbll known drug- VU- - tm.TTi irwTV- irai gist oH Cubroij,. Ky says, "I 'T" I.UJ7. T'" xetlijjy have used IJuaJtiberluin a Cougli TbBorld'ij6UmdrJ uuc unv Ewedyini my, family1 for the UTtr. Iiauu?r 1696. Tke sa iivuvih. regularly und Ffcmouh since pant: seveni years; and found it keep in food health, la three sizes, ell iDiber at beati cough j medicine I dnjggieu. OuarenteeU e represented. services for the dayvwilU b at tD'tbOover same CeU Mal.ea etery U4 Uek (n U A knowu." have l(akal hours; the usual eee SW aaaafj druggists uaojjund recommend I Wps kUUMCtl fUJ, You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "1 was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," wrltesMrs.MaryE.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking oae bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take It In the spring when rundown. 1 bad no appetite,-anI commenced eating. It Is the best tonic I ever hwI" Try Cardui. ! Hinnit CO. . Mt. Vernon CKA3 0UCIIAKI) MII.MNfJ Crab Orchard Had You Thought and ready to meet any emergency, you should start a bank account. And, keep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion tv starting an account with us today. No matter how small. wel!-healed To keep yourself satisfied, ... d i '. Our motto is, "Appreciation, consider a and-'coustesy'-- Long words, but every afl.f tney mean. individual Knows wnat..f tion a r fa 1 f gs All Druggists The Bank ot Mt Vernon T. J. XICKMW, l'res. G1JO. S. G lUl'KIN, V. I,. RlC11AltDV.Casl.fcr BkA aSV aa' Vicc-Prc- V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier Are You Getting 100 Cents Out Of Your Dollar? Yoxx Can at Weleli's Eye Openers FLOUR $1.50 Lenox Soap, large 5c Ivory ' ... SHOES R Galvanized Roofing 7c We can save you more on Our Shoe prices are from $ J .00 to $5.00 less than others are charging. We have shoes for all the family. Our advice to you is to buy your galvanized roofing now as it is scarce and hard to get. FelsNapthaSoap 7c P.&G. . . National Oats . . . 2 for 25c Meal 90c Pure Lard, 50 lb', can $ 1 5.00 Cement, per bag . .85 9c We have some roofing in 8 and J 2 ft. lengths. Wagons Buggies There is Welch's for Better Furniture We are striving to keep a complete stock of Furniture but this is hard to do. Come in and see us and we probably can supply Better hurry if you do not want to be. disappointed. Farming Machinery a reason Feed $3.50 per 00 lbs. Cerelia Sweets Dairy Feed 3.75 per 100 lbs. Shorts $3.25 per J 00 lbs Oats $U5 Cotton Seed Meal $4.50" per J 00 lb. m Tuxeko Mule Feed DddbeBrdthers V MOTOR CAR what you want Dining Room Furniture, Bed Room Suits, "ft ':'. Rockers, Chai s, Book Cases, Carpet Sweepers, 3MBM3BwU4jjajMBWMBBBgBaJ. Library Tables, Rugs, Kitchen-Cabinet- s, Seed Qats Get our price on seed oats before buying. We are headquarters for seeds and -- AluminumWearand JDishcs of course. ffkkkch4owest "Write for "quotation Phone your order in now iryo'ant'caTTiext'rmg;: We nave a tew on hand now. ' -- - WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STOR BEFtEA. X v Kentucky's Greafesf Gourifry Sfore USE.THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIKFERENCE" ' K Grave Proble CONFRONT the STJ AND NATION EV1 BODY IS INTEREST Wi1-liain Editor Mt. Ver.noti-Siial Mr J. H. Rigsby, agp 74 years, Dear Sir: died at his home nt Preachers Miss Aubrey Evans, 18. daugh- ville, TuObday evening of last III III Vr III III BJ ter of J. H Evans, of Ml. Ver-no- weetr, after a weeks illness or Ky., is in Wyoming',' Ohio pneumonia. Mr. Rigsby was a She cauio hero Aug. 23, 191 9. true and faithful christian, an up Newer doing' in any larger town right citiz-n- . Ho loved his neigh than Mt Vernon, came to the bors and had a host of friends. city of Cincinnati nit ulono. Not Ho was proceeded to tho grave knowing any one in Olib except bv his wife, four years and one one lady, who lived in LocUland day. He leaves four sons, THE UNIVERSAL CAR Shu fnu d this lady nil 0 K P. Rigsby, Charles. John and Rot tli ro with 15 cts Tho and Frank. All went with him saino day she arrived she got a when tho end camo. He was boaiding pluc; and in a few days laid to rest in the Preachers ville I III The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While an I enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be her a j tb At present she cemetery Weduesday alter a llll changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the nursu gin, wumu on a sick beauUIul and impressive cere, III I sun. In inclement weather it is a closed car, lady of Wyoming, Ohio. She' rnony by Mr. MoClary, of Stan-telI Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and me her mother died Oct ford. We xtond to his family llll demountable rims with 3inch tires all around. A real family car. Anybody con Sho says it' our deepost sympathy. 27, 11)17, of Hu llll safely drive it. It has all the conveniences of an electric car with the economy I HI .seems as Mie hnn't any home which goes with Ford cars, low cost of purchase price, small cost of operation TAKEN UP. and maintenance. Won't you come in and look at it? i clll any moro inco her mother de. , 1 red heifer calf came to my pirted. Sho sure is a perfect ' little lady and if she will accept pliico 1J- miles South of Brush it sho will have a home of hor Creek s me lime in September. it 1 ft n ftSk MT VKMrMHY iTV , own. Sho sure will make her Owner may have same by payii ii j il III il uiviUi, way through tho world as sh-i- ing me fur the feeding and this add. a prosperous littl girl. J. L. Rkams. She often ttlks of people back homo aud I think she is in love it with a Mt. Vornon boy. but I NoticU: I am now tho Agent nope sue win torget ulm and f,,r the Danville Liundrv and think more about ine. 1 think ready to clo-ueverything. If her people back home and also you have uuu'iing for me call 60 hnr frionH. ...,ohfc f ho v ..f or'n.veut Circuit Clerks olllfC b ,.,. or Fish's itoro IILT. Riissol N celey Wishing hor success, W. M. uui.ui.4 i.as bought the A So'dlii- Boy. Tip Liinford property, ou Rich motid street from liurt Ualcer. ROCKOASTLB CIRCUIT COURT. It is hoped Mr Iiulltnk will movo H .1 McCluie Admr of to Mt Vtiutu. sotm. Samuel M.cUurc, ede'd, &o , U.icle Toby enos srcscnt. a u hi spituble Plaintiffs, chas. iAHRis.vic-Pr"" soul. Ho wanted u) uest in his R.H.UNDSi:Y.Sec'y. r vs: NOTICE ala Shepherd, &c Defendants. bouse to Lo Minted "Have fccme, have Eome." ho All the creditors of tho estate Jewelers & Opticians invited coroially, at tho nipper of Samuol McCIure. deceased. rr- w iaro hereby notiOed to present table, 6eudini: uround .the plut- " '.nt. Watches ' llinil rlntmta nrr.'ilnat. eamn mtn. t r fot tin t lid turn ; ' no'10 go1 Diamonds ly proven. before, mo, on or bi. ing to give it to tho piga, anyJewelery JUtaULAM.r INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LK4KNINO January 15, Begin way." silverware - foro on said date I igao my LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 32t CUTHR1E STREET, North of Poeto.Ties begin sit Fine Watch ning ' ings to receive and register such Repairing TO .mv Ly&PKPTIC Ccn;plste Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students claims and proof against said eecur Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request ' Now la TKU Ntw Locatloa Would you not like lo feel thai estate. 648-- f AtLQUisVrtxE, Fourth j our stomach troubles are over, G. 8 Griffin, ky. that j 011 can eit uny kind it YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS on Coin in aionor a poat- foid Mint you crrtvi: Co s der al card w'P niro absolutely FRRR n UM paHcRire of riOXKER HEALTH Straykd Calf. In p'is.ses.ion tin n the fauttli.it Chambsrhiin's II KURT, old time herbal compound W-A- N -T-E-D SALESMEN WANTED to 8 weeks, red, whlto lieidrcouiing I'ab'et have cured others why Tor ornstipatlon. blllloubtiess, mil Beerh, Sycamore Mar' It crders for lubricating oils, .'cation, rheumatism, female romplnliiU Oak and Walnut Log. yearling', Owner may liavo oamv not you. Tuuro aio many who malaria, kidney trouble, purines tho ureases and paints. Sa'ary or by paying for feed and ad It j'nii hnt any 10 mII tvrlui to have been restored to health by blood, tonoj f.vsteni, keeps you well Com mission. Address C. C. MENQEL & BRO. CO. The Acccvt thlt generous ofter NOW AdMr6, Theard Parsons, ta ing these tablets and can now Kentucky Loulsvllla dress R. C. Totteii, Pioneer Labra-lor, LENOX OIL &PAI1T CO., CitTdaid, 0.' WHdie, Ky. eat uny kiud of food that they 3126 Eleventh Street Washington, I. C. crave. IN THE OUTCOME will the new Congress do with the momentous questions tha,t affect the national fabrics? What will the Kentucky Legislature do to solve the serious questions that will come before it? What will the new State Administration do to carry out its pledges for the advancement and uplift of Kentucky ? To Keep Posted On Tli'o .Important Developments AUd Abo Worlds Jlnpponings in ueiicml Huconiu A Regular Render Of gt 1.1 What dust-proo- f, wafer-proo- f, cold-proo- f. U tp 1 BRANT BROS. 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