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VERNON, &iumiiul 'V DONE FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE ROCKCASTLE eriii I III ."HETVr A Willi NUMBER 19 on the LETTERHEAD PRINTING on LMMERM DONU VOL XXXIII COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 1920 BfTODHEAD NEWS I Mrs. Lucy McCnll is down from Marctburg with lior daughters, Mosdames, J. B. Fritli and J. J. Albright and Miss Lena McCiill. Rov W. G. Asblll, of Londor, preached at tlio Christian Church Saturday evening. Ilo was accompanied by bis wifo. Herbert Lawrenco, of Farmland, Ind., and Frank Lawrence, of Stanford, visited their father, J. T. Lawrence and sister Mrs. Josh Wilson- from Sunday until Tuesday. Miss Hazel Albright a few of her friends Saturday evening at her homo on Maple Avenue Little Miss Alleno Brooks is very sick with W. W Francisco pneumonia. is traveling for tho Royor Wheel Co. Mrs. J. R. Cass is confined tolhcr room with tonsihtis. Chester McWilliams was over g from Berea tirst of the week his cousin, Dr. V. E McWilliams and family. Inez Robins has returned from a weeks visit with her nunt, Mrs. M. P. Rigsby, near town. E. L. Hnr-ri- s exchanged his house and lot near Piney Grove Cemetry, to W. B. Frisbee for n farm on Negro creek DrrGHJaimon was down from Stanford Tuesday to see baby of Mr. and Mrs. James B. outer-tianod vis-itin- HIATT NEWS Sheriff Land Sales for location and .says ho will ''mako good, in the hind of now." J. A. Oliver was in Cincinnati Monday and boughta car load of furniture. Mrs. Henry King, of Gum Sulphur, raised 250 lbs. of tobacco in her garden. She sold tho same in Lancaster market for $244.22. A New baby "Austin Hiatt Brown" arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. Brown Friday morning. Jan. 23. Mother and babo doing fino. - Brodhead Real Estate Co.. bought a house and lot on Silver St., from Dr. W. E. McWilliams frr $1350 Cecil Wallin, little son of Mr. and Mrs James Wallin has been very sick. J. N. Thomas was here from Forrest City, N. C. last week with Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter. Mr. I A. Storms is 1 i ULYSSES "I am ' that I have met; Yet nil experience is an arch wherethro' Gleams that untravell'd world, whose margin fades For eve,r and for ever when I move. How dull it is to pause, to make an end, To rust unburnish'd, not to shine in use I As tho' to breathe were life. Life piled on life Were all too little, and of one to me Little remains: but every hour is saved From that eternal silence, something more, A bringerof new things;, and vile it were For some three suns to store and hoard myself. And this gray spirit yearning in desire To follow knowledge like a sinking star, Beyond the utmost bound of human thought." a part of nil Hi I Tennyson. Frith Owen Jarrett was in Winchester last week. Mrs. Mary Johnson was called homo from Greensboro on account of tho illness of her little granddaughter, Alleno Brooks. Mrs Grace Wilmott and children spent last week with her sisters, Miss Lena McL'all Mcsdames J. J. Albright and J. B. Fritli. The theme contest given under the auspices of tho W. M. C. A. at tho Brodhead Graded School, Monday night, Jan. 20th was a great success. Soven excellent themes were read. The judges selected were; Miss Reca Brooks, Granville Owens and W. A. Carson. Thev decided to give each contestant seventy-fivcents. Announcements hao been received of the marriage of Mrs. e Cora Gibbs, widow of Rev. Win Gibbs. to a Mr. Ilearss on Dec 23 1919, at the home of the bride in Tampa, Fla. Mrs. Bonns, before tmrriagc, Miss Cora Yoncc, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jooe Yonce, and was reared in Brodhead. She has many relatives, and friends here who have only tho best of wishes for her. Dr. W. K McWilliams and family We have moved to Stanford. regret to loso them from our midst. Dr. McWilliams is one of our bust educated doctors, being a graduate from New York city. Ho was a scldier in tho World War. being a tirst lieutenant in He J is the Medical Corps. rather optimistic about his now numbered with tho sick. Mr M. H. Brown, of Quail, is with tho family of her son, Charles Brown. A. M Hiatt wns in Lexington Friday. J. J Painter was up from Stanford Friday. Robert Cuss is able to be out after a few days illness. W. A.Tyreo writes from Florida ihat ho is in tho "land of dreams," fishing and huntinj;,"add will bear meat to his Brodhead friends soon. Per Rigsby raised on three acres ot land, 3300 lbs of tobacco which brought him $1' 680. Misses Winnie Kellw, Lena McCall, lleuneretta and Louella Fotsee, and Charlie Herb were in Stanford Saturday evening to atMiss Butrice tend the opora. Slielton cnteataincd wtfh a Rook party Friday evening. Delightful refreshments wore served, and a most enjoyable evening reported. Those present were Misses Hazel Albsight, Besse Hicks, Elnora Frith, Pear Hicks and Butrice JShblton, Messrs Orrin Wailin, Rao Crawford, Leslio Elder, E. D Newland. A debate was given bt tho Brodhead Graded school chapel Wednesday evening Jan. 27, under the management of tho Y M. C. A. The subject was, "Resolved that Thriftlessness is moro destructive than War." On the afllrmutive was. Prof. E. A. Strange, A. M. Hia'.t and Rev. George Unildrets. Un the negative, D. B. Chandler, Dr. W. E. Gravely, and L. N. Bowling. Many good points were brought forward on both sines but the judges decided in favor of the negative. Brodhead is now enjoying electric lights, all tho business houses being wired and We a number of residences. certainly look upon the lights McWil'-iaru- s . E. with pride. D. sold a milch cow to John Dillingham, of Spiro, for $40.00 Everett Watson has returned from a visit with his sister Mrs. John Robins at Nicholasville. seiid-sou- ie Churches to spend Million Dol lars in Advertising Campaign An Associated Press dispatch from Atlantic City the pafct week TOBACCO and Its Culture By W. S. Baily, Gauloy, Ky. , stated Word that The Interchurch Movement bad decided -- Much care should be taken in From El Paso to the Rhine. The U. Second Regimont of S. Engineers wns organized with headquarters at Colonia Dublan, Mexico, as par of expedition, on Feb. Thoy wore recalled across Per-shiu5,-1- 7. the border and wont thru a period of extensive training in engineer work at Camp Baker. It was there that W. C. Wood, a Rock castle boy enlisted, at the age of 18 to go to Franco. His regiment left tho U. S. Sept. 10, 1917, on board the Carpathia, At sailing from Now York. their first stop they wore enwork. gaged in construction Building cantouements, hospitals and drilling part af the day, until tho last day of May 19i8. They received orders to march quickly toward Paris, Arriving Highway in near tho Paris-Metime to do their part in turning the Germans bacic at the Battte W. 0. of Chateau Thiory. Wood was made Corporal at this battle which rank he held z until the closo of tho war This regiment was the one to drop their pick and shovel and take up their rifles at Balloau Woods, Vaux, Soissous and Champagne. Launching a two foot bridge over the Mouse river in seven minutes. Building a strong traffio bridge, isoft long at Pouilly in 48hrs. On the olfonslve of July i8. 1OI8. fought for two days without food or water, driving the enemy back 11 kilometers, capturing 2700 prisoners, 12 cannon and several hundred W. 0. Wood machine guns. was here to see his grandmother, Mrs. Mahala Jones ing from France. Ho is the son of - O, Wood of Conway, and his mother was Mrs, Blanche At ono Jones of Mt. Vernon. time it was feared he was killed. He was not heard from for six months, but his excuse was he had been too busy to write. Ho was never sick a day, did not got a scratch. He attributes his good luck to a picture of whom bo thinks is the prettiest girl in Rockcastle, whoso picture he carried front ElPaso to tho Rhino. after-retuin T- upon a TJtnvsoaper advertising campaign in connection with its of evangelizing program the world. It was stated that leaders of tho movement had given their approval to his plan, which will start with the church press about February 1, and include practically every medium of cihln qVioIa ctimilf? Ka ol. Xn publicity including newspapers of fae nQ&r th(j the country, in an effor to bring, 8honld hayo ag much sun ag tho world evangelization plan sible, all day long, I would addirebtly to all the people. vise the nine foot wide bed, for The decision followed a three-dathis reason: In weeding or pull couferenco at Atlantic Cit, ing.the.plants to transplant, you in which Dr. R. H. Crossfield, can reach from each side to the president of Transylvania College center of the bed, thereby pre- n nvinrvtnH fanmoanlo flint .1 venting getting on a wider bed ! institution. One of the aims of wun your leei, wnicn is very in- tlm ritn1iiitt)U WTnIrl MrttrA- 'jurious to the bed. Tho bed ment is to avoid duplication of,"1, ,, ha nlnnruH nit rlllty livt nf , work among tho churches in the 8inches deep. This should raising of the amount needed for least bo done in the month of Feb. or the evangelization work of the the first part of March. Much Christian denominations. care should be taken to thoroughly work up the "soil, getting Transyvania Man is Professor it as loose as possible, removing ot Tokyo all stones, bard clods and roots or Professor Paul Imatuura, B. grass turf that might be left in D., a graduato of the College of tho soil. Next comes the burntho Bible at Lexington in the ing of the bed. This should be class of 1018, Is now a professor doue the latter part of Fob. or in Takinogawa College, Tokyo, the first half of March; the wood Japan, according to information should be cut about 10ft long received by President R. H. and should be placed evenly Crosstield, of that institution across one end of the bed. acImamura camo from Japan to cording to tho way the wind is study at Transylvania, and after blowing. Never try to burn making his degree in the College against the wind. The fire of tho Biblo entered Columbia should bo kindled clear across University, New York, from tho end and wood placed on as which he received his Master's you burn. Get a small pole degree. Recently ho gave a ser- about 10ft. long with a torked end ies of lectures in Tokyo on "Can to roll the burning wood and fire Religion Be Taught?" In tho brands with. Keep placing wood college ho is giving courses on and brush on in this way until Religious Education, Sociology the bed is thoroughly burned, and New Testrraont Theology. then take a good garden rako and thoroughly mix the ashes and New York Alumni of Transylvania soil together. UMeet (Continued noxt week under The New York Alumni of the same Headline.) Transylvania Collego will give a dinner in honor of President R. TOBACCO NEWS H. Crossfield, of tho college, JanThe highest price paid for a crop uary 31. General George B. Duncan, recently returned from of tobacco in the history of the Europe, and who leaves for his loose leaf industry was registered now post at Seattle tho following on the Lexington market Friday day, will bo a guest of honor, as two weeks ago when 3,960 pounds grown by Webb Offutt and 0. D. well as one of tho alumni in James Lano Allen, Diddle, of Scott county, sold for an famous Kentucky author, also u average of $11657 a hundred. The high basket sold at $1.24 a Transylvania Alumnus, who in New York City, has ac pound, a new world's record for cepted an invitation to attend high basket figures, and the low tho dinner, conditioned upon bis basket, which was also the lightest heulth permitting. Mr. Allen of the crop, at the has not heon strong for some- level. Since the slump in the local martime, but hopes to bo with his old ket during the first few days followclass at the dinner. ing the Holidays, the market has DON'T YOU FORGET IT. shown a gradual increase in prices Bear in mind that Chamber- and today it is stronger than at any lain's Tablets not only move the period in its history. bowels but improve the appetite A lot of you still have tobacco, and strengthen the digestion. which you have been holding for Thoy conttln no pepsin or other digestive ferment hut strengthen the present favorable prices. tho stomach and enable it to Now is the time to take it to the its function! naturally, market to be sold. the selection of .a..place for the plant bed. A bed should be sown in as warm a place as possible, that is should be sown in a hollow or near a branch between two hills; so as to prevent as much cold winds from striking tho bed. Where the morning sun will strike it as early as pos- - j," y -- T I .,...,.. The Union Sunday School recently organized at Oak Hill school house and conducted by Rev. M. G. Fish, is progressing nicely. Mrs Laura Lear was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday on business. The family of Mr. James Henderson is very sick with measles. Frank Adams was in Berea Monday. Per Rigsby, one of our suycessful farmers sold his crop of tobacco to Knuckles Mrs- oarah & Co., for $1,685. Boyd continues very sick. Rev. W. G. Capps purchased a line milch cow from" Mr. Horron for s Fannie Loar Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J . T. BrocK on Mrs. Copper Croek this week. E. A. Griffith who has been with her daughter Mrs. Ray Maharg for several days has returned to hea home in Berea. John Lear of Jackson county, passed thru our town this week. Arthur Adams and Clyde Rigsby were in Brodhead Sunday, calling on two of Brodbead's prettiest giris Mrs. Jim Adams has been quito sick Milton for several days. who has been with home folks for some days, has returned to Cincinnati where he has a position. Mis3- - Delia1 Adams has been visiting her uncle, Mr. Edd Adams, for several days. Mrs. J. H. Soard has been kept inside for sometime on account of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Rosevelt Brock are visiting relatives at Paint Lick. Chas. Sargent pur- chased a nice saddle horse from Will Riddle for $150. Miss Stella Payjie has ro turned to her home in Livingston, after spending several days with hor Aunt. Mrs. M. W. Boyd. Mrs. Sallio Adams of near Ottawa is with her brother, JN- G. Capps; Born to the wife of A. G. Talbott, a fine boy. Ira Padgett, Jwho has beon in Dayton, Ohio, for somo months is with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Patent Padgett Harve Bowman sold a horao to Vestor Lunce for $125. R. L. Smith is in Danville this week. George Payne ot Climax, was in our town Tuesday. Mrs Mossio Wilson is in Bell county with relatives. Tom Hays of Wildie was with his sister Mrs. Emmet Parkerson Mrs. the first of the week. Mrs. Emma Maharg who has been very sick, is improving slowly. Miss Sophia bear enter tained a number of her friends at A'l her homo Mondty evening. Hu reported a pleasant time. bert Bowman of Mt. Vornon was with his cousin Everett Bowman of this place Sat. and Sunday. $65.--Mis- Taxes FOR THE YEAR I, or ono of my deputies, will, 10th day of February, it being n.,ular County 1920, Court day, at th" front door .of tho Court Houso, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., between the house of 9 EAST MT. VERNON. NO. 1. X 9' 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., offer for salo to It he highest bidder tho following real estate, or so much thorooj, as will satisfy tho tax interest aud cost due the Stale and County. Mahaffey Sarah 23 A, tax Pad-get- te -- and cost 2.38 Barnes W. M. 4 A, tax and Parker Mrs. N. A. 23 A, cost ....$ 4 02 tax and cost 5.42 McCluroSam 1 A, tax "and ono 10.99 Sambrooks Jacab, cost town lot in Livingston, tax Wallen Roberta 1 town lot and cost 10.13 in Mt. Vernon tax and '.'. 12 91 Wagner B. H. loo A. tax cost G.IO and cost WEST MT. VERNQ, NO 2. Brown V. H. 25 A. tax aud 11.03 cost ,,lf.. WALNUT GROVE NO.8. Bussel David'lo A taxnnd 4.19 Bussel Lillio 05 A, tax and' cost f'.., '. cost 5.89 Cummins H. W.l town lot Dyre Tampa 50 A, tax and in Mt. Vernon, tax and ...:, H.40 cost cost 2.88 Mosloy A. L. 85 A, tax Johnson Cleva 1 town lot in Mt. Vornon, tax and cost i.M and cost 22 01 Lamb Ben 1 town lot in Mt McCluro C. F. 30 A, 'tax 2,97 Vernon, tax and cost 3.72 and cost.: Lawrence J. C. 1 town lot McClure u.H. 150 A, tax in Mt. Vornon, tax and 10.88 -cost 010 and cost Mullintf MaTittTtdwn lot in - v 4 Rash Elis.a'bdtlrCO Avtn and cost 7.01 4.48 Mt. Vernon, tax and cost Rice Walter 50 A, tax and Thomason G. S. 1 town lot in Mt. Vernon, tax and cost 480 0.0- cost ..,..$ ,.t' ,.. 3- - -.- . tiUX BROWNS ROUND STONE NO. 3. Adams P. J. 20 A. tax and 8 1241 cost Brock John 00 A. tax and 11.94 . cost Byrd V. B. 130 A. tax and 7.84 cost CriderG. B. 2j A. taxand cost Brown NO. 9. A, P. C. and cost Barnes Wade and cost Brown M. H. 3 tax 4.42 30 A, tax 4.48 80 A. tax $15.17 5.12 aud cost Daniels Joseph 0 A, tax 19 A, 4.00 and cost Davidson -. c6sTV.T...r. Dean B. H. 30 A. tax and J. H. tax 8.64 8.15 and cost Hamm Margaret 150 A, tax m Income Tax Reports Elwood Hamilton, Collector of Intenal Revenue, is sending his deputies to various parts of the State to assist taxyayers in mak- ro-sid- ing out their 1919 Income Tax returns. Tho collector announces that during tho period for filing returns, ono of his deputies of each will visit the county-sca- t county in the State, and in a few instances, will visit towns other than the county-seatCollector Hamilton says that these officers are sent out to bo of real service to the taxpayers, particularly to those taxpayers who havo not before had occasion to make a return. The officers will be glad to furnish blanks and supply necessary information. Taxpayers aro invited to avail themselves of thoofficors torvices. The Income Tax man will bo in this county on the following dates: Livingston Feb. 23rd. Mt. Vernon Feb. . Brodhead - - Fob. th. 20th. dollar-a-poun- d per-for- m TO THE DYSPEPTIC Would you not like to fool that your stomach troubles are over, that you can eat any kind ot LIVINGSTON NO. 7. food that you cravo? Consider then tho fact that Chamberlain's Kolly J. C. 00 A. tax and 2102 Tablet have cured others why cost not you, Thoro aro many who Browning julia 00 A. tax $ 10.69 have been restored to health by and cost taking these tablets and can now Jones F. M. One town eat any kind of food that they in Llvingstun, tax and 9.90 crave. cost 15.70 4.37 ann cost cost Martin Honry 20 A, tax Harve 50 A. tax Miller 3.24 and cost and cost 7. 17 Pullins J. S. 100 A. tax aud Mctcalf C. C. 74 A, tax and 10.03 cost 24.75 cost Pullins G. W. 2 A. tax and Thompson J. L. 100 A, tax 4.20 ocst 20.30 aud cost Talbott A. G. 21 A. taxand Thompoon J. B. 20 A. tax 0.49 cost 13.32 and cost Vanwiukle John 02 A. tax 8.43 and cost SOUTH BRODHEAD NO. 10, Welch John 523 A. tax and 24.83 Brown Mary J. 7C A, lax cost and cost 14.07 Wy nn Fannio 40 A. tax -- o. iirown barau ou a, tax aim and cost 3.95 cost Blanton Carlow 5 A, tax 3.30 and cost SCAFFOLD CANE JSO 4. Ballard J. M. ono town lot Ballinger!L(.o 10 A. tax aud $ 5.75 'm Btojhead, tax and cost 4.24 cost..... Sowder Charley 53 A. tax Ballinger J. C. 1 A. tax lb.bG and cost 5.74 andcest Cox Jane 4 A, tax and cost 2.18 Dizney E. F. 4o A. tax aud 4.89 Denny J. I 40 A, tax aud cost 5.03 cost Fowler Mrs. Martha 100 3 1.38 Farris Susan, ono town lot A. tax and cost 3.03 in Brodhead, Gadd C. A. 35 A. tax and 9.23 Frith Tildou 4oo A, tax cost 37.02 aud cost Gadd John G. 37 A tar. and 5.04 Gravely W. E. 281 A, tax cost 182.00 andcost Hazelwood Edd 23 A. tax and 3.00 Hamm J. D. 100 A, and cost 10 30 cost Hammond Eliza 200 A. tax 3 1.00 Helton John O. 33 A, tax and cost 11.42 and cost Hollingworth W. M. 30 A. 5.72 Hicks Liirkin, ono town tax and cost 15.55 lot in Brodhead King Leo 50 A. tax and 5.92 Lovings T. F. one town lot cost 3.14 in Brodhead Pennington J. D. 112 A. tax 11.85 Martin J. W. one town lot and cost 8.14 in Brodhead Spires Saranda 20 A. tax 1.1J Metcalf Clmrloy 50 A, tax aud cost 14.07 aud cost Olivor J. W. 16 A, tax and 4.81 CROOKED CREEK NO. 5. cost 100 A. tax Angel Dick 30 A. tax and Overboy (heirs) 4.10 13. 5o cost andcost Begloy L 50 A. tax and Owens Richard ono town 9 02 2.79 lot in Brodhead cost Owons Katie 150 A, tax McCrackiu Tom 50 A. tax 5.74 10.02 aud cost and cost Painter Mrs. Mary 03 A, Warrork Land Co. 300 A. 23.78 taxand cost 28.39 tax and cost 1'iko A. J. two town lots orlanixTno. 0. 18 20 InBrodhead Bakor J. J. 50 A. tax and Pike John two town lots in cost 0.28 Brodhead Mullins J. T. 23 A. tax aud Roberts Mrs. Lutisia 0110 cost 14.37. town lot in Brodhead..,, 5.52 1 , Gill T. L. 148 A. tax aud - Robins Walter one town lot InBrodhead Thomas W. E. 248 A, tax and cost for 1918 and 1919 POWERS NOl 11 Abney Jack 100 A, tax and cost 8.20 03.01 20.35 Continued on 2nd page fcjiKKH iC'' ,TWrr & .' ,Af M- - K ......ra IX III .Is-M- niinTiii.yn 1 r s'Jr!!(SSl;!!fiiimm "'""' "" COLDS breed V.N5 t V .., S A. "IT, . . . IWMIWi wwM XT last Friday night, those present were, Mr. mid Mrs Etld Brown, Henry Ttdd, Mr iirtl Mrs. Ethel Davis und Essyo Missc Hrmvn, and Rodlo Thompson. Tht ic is singing nt Poplar Grove each Sunday morning Mr. aid Mrs. D.iull Ping have a new giti nt their home rained Sophia Mono. .. a ncd W Spread INFLUENZA KILL THE COLD ONCE WITH ATaW a. ""liiii ymmm 3mS The Winning of Latane PLAYERS of CASCARAtMllNINI WILL BE GIVEN by the fiROMll . BILL'S a PINK ft STUDIO S Posters A SI'QN. 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MODERN DRESS PLACED When in the- - course of human events it becomes urgent upon tho purist to discuss the frailties of the wickod world and center on particular phases of life that aro oiling the path of the present generation for speedy descent to the bow wows, we can nlwajs coutit on mylady's dress coming in for its share of hlamo for piety's debacle The War present is ro exception over, it was but natural that the perennial .subject of tin- costum-inof women would emerge from its temporary obscuration and reclaim its seat among tho leading evils of the day. Itidead, Dame Fashion, hitherto apparently oblivious to such plaints, seems to have taken keen pleasure in pr.tting tho parson and Mrs. Grundy together and shocking tho both of 'cm, Paris orders "Stockings Off!" London diawstho shears and slices au unheard of sheaf from fashion's frock top and bottom. And America, subservient as over to s whatever is r.u rigueur tit or on Bond street, follows suit to the horror of cloth ami laity alike Out of this maelstrom of ini quity stepped the Rev. J. R. Crowther at u meeting of the In World Movement at Atlantic City last week with tho discovery tint present day women's styles had gotten beyond the point wlieso they bedeviled" the woman alone tho sins of one fushioned-rulesex were being visited on another, and young manhood was now being made to suffer. To quote: "Tho indecent dress of some of our wWeu in our churches mako it tn'tnen-ouslhard for a young man to clean and keep his thoughts pure.' And it will co noted that the Rev. Crowther makes no effort to exclude churchgoers from his criticism, lie leaves no room for misunderstanding For reading further wo find the statement: "In public tin so days you can scarcely tell tho difference between a street woman und a church woman." It is hardly logical to attempt to deny that woman's dress today g Long-champU.r-Chur- ch d than any past generation that has left pictorial records no more logical than it would be to gainsay the Rev Crowthoi's intimation that the 1qi9 youth huds his mind given over to things more of the this earth than lleecy clouds and pretty rainbows in the midst of a bevy of fashionably dressed girls. Hut when we cast about for a reason for the prevailing scantiness and diaphanousness of women's apparel, our troubles multiply considerably, first thought might place it ou the high cost Nearly every other of living. evil can bo traced to that source. Certainly the fewer the clothes the less tho expense, wo heartily conclude, until closes investiga uon discloses that the LEVEL GREEN ! y There wore no services at Friendship Sunday an account of the pastor being called away to conduct funeral services of Mrs. John Elder Mrs P K. Mullins and little son of Livingston, n turned homo Saturday after a weeks visit with her mother. Mrs. M E. Price. Mrs. Bess Mullins Mrs. Kate Snider were in Mt. and Vernon Saturday, having dental Miss Margaret work done. Jones is here from Oklahoma for a short visil with her father, M. JonesMiss Sallye Price has pt iifit) iu utiw uiuuiaiiu o oiiup returned from Pittsburg, where adorn gowns decolleto uluiost to the vanishing point. she has been a n assistant in the Mr and Probably the chief troubla lies Graded School there. in woman's discovery that llimy Mrs. Geo bray and children clotues do just the thing tho Spont Saturdry night und SunRev Crowther charges them day with Mr, and Mrs. J. L. with. They .take the mind of the young man off his work. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. AlIt's a means to attract the atten- bert Hasty havo moved to their tion of the opposite sex, and farm near Stanford Miss Ethel bless their hearts, if a fow extra Davis returned to Mt. Vernon yards stand between them and a Saturday after a two weeks visit young man's interest, tho extra yards must suffer. The inevita- with her sister Mrs. Clay Thompble conclusion is that one sox is son. Mr. and Mrs Ben just about as much to blame us of Ocala spent Sunday with another. On the one side stands their daughter Mrs. Bess Multho woman, admitting her incapacity to attract attentien by lins. Several citizens from here loftier means and berating a attended the stock sales at Mt. world of men who know no other Vernon Mondny. Mr. Frank appeal. And across the court- Jones was in Livingston last room, man cites the story of tho temptress in tho Garden of Kden, weel: during the serious illness and swears sho hasn't changed a Jand death of his brother. J. M. Broyles was up from Plato Sun uu. day Overton Davis of near died Monday of.tuberculosis, and was buried Tuesday nt Mt. Pleasant. Ho haves n wifo and several children. Little Miss Gladys Price is with her hrother Vic Price at Livingston, and is If you are troubled with pnlns or attending school. Geo. Lawrenco ncheo; feel tired; havo headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-cg- e and wifo have moved to tho farm of urine, you will find relief in thoy recomly rented in the Mrs. Bee' Latham has GOLD MEDAL beoti with her daughter, Mrs. Willie Testermom, who has been very jsick with pneumonia. John ENOS SPENCER. Pret. y Isaacs of Woodstock, spont CHAS. C. HARMS. . R.H.UNDSEY.Scc-night with Mr. and Mrs. O. Tli world's standard rtmedy for kldnajr, liver, Madder and uric acid troubles and Ho was returning National kemoJy of Holland tine 1695. J. Mullins Thue tizes, all dniceisu. Guaranteed. homo from London, whoro ho Look fui It. un Cold MeJat oa urr In had undergone an operation for and accept do iwtaUoa uppondicitiss. Vic Price, travel, salesman for Arnold Hamilton & Luxon, was thru hero last weok A RKaULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LKARNIN9 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY calling on tho merchiuts. Mrs. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Pctoffico NOTARY Clay Thompson entertained a few Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Student MT VKRNON.KY of her friends with a Rook party Mcur Practical, Paying Ratults. Catalogue aant upon request. "'Bib. Van-hoo- Al-gi- n, DESPAIR T blue-gras- FINANCIAL CREED AT nrctuso the successful solution rw i of tho economic and financial n: x ; i op wiiu Air. mil e picture. vu w problems of the year 1Q20 deAt AIIDtae StM concentrated efforts mands the of every American citizen, the RKDCLOVKR. n Savings of tho Treasury urges ttiat each Department Sow all red clover possible our adopt and live up to an individual government specialists urgo. financial creed and eour.se Special attention to be paid to the purity of the seed . To obtain the views of tho During January .the purchasof the country ing of clover seed and the plan, vaiious sections on this mutter, the Savings Di- iuj; of the acreage to be sowed rectors of the Twelve Federal next spring will be one considerReserve Districts wet e asked to ation. Ulover seed is scarce and draw up such a creed and resolu good samples will command lieu prices that many taruiers will u Th.i following Is a complete hesitate to pay, Tliu United sum. nary of their suggestion: Slates Department of Agriculseeding of as large "I believe in tho United States ture urges the an acreage as possible. The of America. obtainable information best "My opportunity and hope de- shows that tho foreign market is pend upon her future. quite as bare of clover seed as believe that her stability is our own. The French and "I and progress rest upon the in- Italian supplies aro sold out and Frederick G. P. 25 A, tax 5.G1 Sheriff's Land Sales and cost dustry and thrift of her people there appears to be no supply in J. S. 52 A, tax and Green for "Thurefore, f will work haid Germany oi Russia This means 8.22 cost that clover seed will be high for live simply. and Kliziboth two town Hale at loast two years to come, if not For the Year of 1919 80 78 lots in Biodhead "I will spend less than I tarn. more, and those farmers who (55 A, tax Hacker Stephen "I will use my earnings with seeded last spring or who seed in 12.02 and cost Continued from lat page soil I920 will have a chance to care. 05 A. tax and Lucas D B. their clover seed crop at a good Anglin Lizzie 33 A( tax and 0 Gl 45 2t will save consistently. cost cost figure. This is a time for farm 0 31 Reynolds Jess J4 A, tax 13 and cost 'I will invest thoughtfully. 2.05 crs to looic ahead, to get the ad. Ash Ira A, tax cost "To increase the financial vantage of high prices before ' Sexton J.. A. 40 A, tax and Sutton PC. 2' A. tnxand ,1,1.10 "3.81" TArTd ' iny' Europe gets back ro normal pro cost Webb W. E 100 A, tax self. I will buy government se- ductiou and prices fall. 16 89 Sutton G. C. 30 A, tax and and cost 11.42 cost curities. Simpson Amanda 100 A "I will hold above barter the Good clover crops lie at the 17.32 tax and cost PINE HILL NO. 12. obligations my country thus in- foundation of Agriculturo in KenTharp Bettie, one town lot 5.52 curs. tucky, and especially in eastern Arnold & Baker 100 A.tax iu Brodhead 4.02 and cost Kontucky. On many farms good Tir- Lanuford, S. R. O. in"I will do these things to Berry Emily 20 A, tnxand sure the greatness of America's clover crops cannot be produced 4f'3 cost without lime, but hmo alone will Cottongim George 20 a, future." NOTICE OF WARNING. not solve the problem in big J.30 tax and cost Only the most determined ef- yields. A regular system of ro To The People of Rockcastlo 2 A, tax forts toward thrift, economy, tations with clover as a regular Ingram Peter County : 3 59 and cost saving, and simple living will element in a three or four year Thoso who have dogs which G7 A, tax Jackson Charley bring about a reduction in the rotation, must be adopted for the have not been tagged for tho year and cost for years of high cost of living, the stabiliza- permanent upbuilding f the land, 1918.1919, 1q2o, are subject to a line und tion of national iidustry and and then whatever U the land Meadows Mrs. W. M. 40 A, imprisonment in tho county jail. " 58 commerce and tho continuation needs in the way of lune or fertax and cost As the County Judge I will be Mizo L. N. 5 A, tax, cost 3.21 forred to of prosperous conditions. be added. issue warrants for those tilizer must Owens W. A. 0 A.tax and Let us have no financial slackwho fail to get the proper tags 4 34 cost ers in this battle. and yet I shall regret very much Profiteer landlords will ne held Pannel James 100 A, tax 8 08 to do so. Those who arc of tho and cost to the straight and narrow path opinion that the old tags will do iu paying their income taxes this Pencil Mary 02 A, tax and 5.15 are under tho wrong impression. cost spring, for tho tenants are doing Each dog must be listed and a 0 tax and the driving and holdii.g the whip Reynolds Sam A, 3 88 new tag issued for that dog each H. T. Morris, representing cost Revenge is sweet to tho tenyear. Tho Assessor has listed Slusher W.H. (Ni) 1 A.tax tho Eversole Grocery Co , of ant who has had to dig deep lr.to 4.02 over Sou dogs and the law makes and cost East Beinstadt was with the merhis earnings to pay a high rental Williams Tom 20 A. tax heavy tine upon the shoriff it chants hero last week. Tho in10.27 in i9iq. Gathering his family &nd cost if ho sees a dog not properly fant child of Harry French Is said around him, ho lakes his scratchv to b3 very sick. tagged or knows of any owning J. H. Mullins in hand, searches tho W1LDIE, NO. 13. or harboring a dog which has and Matt Bowels were in Livings- Den for that last drop of ink, Ben Mullins has ton Monday. not beoti properly listed, ho does and with a master stroke informs Lear FannielOO A, tax and 28.32 not promptly arrest tho dog and Little returned frcm Hamilton cost the Commissioner of Internal Miss Jessie Durham of Daugo is report the owner to the court, Charley 8 A. tax and Revenue that he, Bill Brown, of Lear 4.03 whoso duty it is forthwith to cost with her sister Mrs. Virgil Mullthe Hall room Appartments, paid Mink & ins this week. Misses Callie Carter 45 A, tax issue a warrantof arrest for such to John Smith, 13 Profiteer Ave, 10.10 person. and cost and SaralRoberts were the guest Anywhere, U. S. A , $1200 for Taylor Alice 111 A, tax As the Judgo of tho county and of their grandmother Mrs. J C. Hat during tho 32 05 his three-rooand cost: Mr. and tho friend and well wisher of all Allen Sunday evening year 1919. Todd Margaret 20 A, tax the people of the county, I fell it Mts. Tom Baker were the guests 12.51 and cost By gathering these reports my duty to issue this notice of of the latter's mother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Wrer. Jessie 50 A, tax and Mullins Saturday night and from all the Hill Btowns who 20.48 warning. cost (Jam Mullins, J. R. C. C. Sunday Miss Eliza Mullins is are running themselves ragged with Mrs, Estill Mullins tvho to pay their rent, tho Internal RED HILL, NO. 14. THE BEST COUG-REMEDY.. has been on the sick list for tho Revenue Bureau will have tho information needed to see that Baker L. 75 A, tax and When a druggist finds that his. Forester Mull-in- s past few days 9 47 customers all speak well of a cercost tho Profiteer Smiths pay proper is reported on the sick list. Bond L. R. 53 A, tax and tain preparation, he forms a good Seems that Livingston is sleep- tax or face presecution. 8.1I opinion of it and when in need of cost Tho Information now due cov ing very nicely. Level Green is such a medicine is almost cerBullock W E. 25 A.- tax also being silent. We sure would ering payments of salaries, rent 4.20 tain to use it himself and in bis and cost family. This is why so many like to see a letter from Lovol wages, iutorest and other income Bowle.i Mat 90 A, tax and ruuoing 1407 druggists use and recommend seems likesorVe as usefu' d:ta cost Green each week. It ' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, a letter from homo. So got busy down taxdodgors and for check- - Carpenter Boyd 40 A. tax B. Jones, a well known drug, 5.72 J. up millions or returns 10 see and cost and lot us hear from you each"1 gist of Uubrun, Ky says, "I French Raleigh 00 A tax havo used Chamberlain's Cough week. Tho roads coining in here " proper tax is paid 7.03 Remedy in mv fnmilv for tit and cost Some aro very bad at present. Mobloy W. B. 115 A, tax past sevon years, and found it say they should bo worked in the 20.84 10 1110 nest cougti medicine I and cost spring instead of tho fall. have ever known." Howard Thomas 25 A.tax 5 29 and cost For Sai.k: I nave rented my Jewelers & Opticians Vantkd- :- Men or women Howard James 30 A, tax farm, and havo a good pair of among friends and 5.43 work mules and harness fnr Kni.to take orders and cost jsAW, Watches neiehbors for the geuulne guar jSnWHfe Diamonds Baker L R. 80 A. tax and Thee mules aro 15 hands high! MK anteed hosiery, full Hoes fornion Jewelery eight years old and good workers. Mullins Charley 30 A. tax hlirutnwomen and chiluren. 4,04 Silverware nndcost B. A. Riddle, atos darning We pay socts an Fine Watch Morris James M. 100 A, 3t Conway, Ky. hour foreparo time or 24 per Repairing 9 39 tax and cost week for full time. Experience YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS Now U Thl Ntw Location . McDanlel Elisha 2 A, tax Interunnecessary. Write, .' S 19 n! card will secure absolutely PRKR )t S. Fourth fit and cost Norris national Stocking Mill, LOUISVILLE, KY. Parrett May 50 A, tax and town, Pa. HKKHT, old.timo herbal compound. f i i Standard cold temtiy for 29 jeare in tablet lorm tale, lute, no oplatti breaka up a cold la 24 noun relieve! trip in j oiri. Money back If It fails. The rm q Centime oox nai a itca The London City School t n. Divi-io- oon-duc- t. Mt Vernon Friday, Feb. 6th 7:45 P.M. This: is one of the best amateur plays ever written, and you are invited to come and enjoy with us two hours of Sunshine and Shadow, Laughter and Song." Admission 25 and 35 cents Taxes 'I -- y - ,. 17-0- I 'I. WITHERS 1 11 ink-bott- le m - j fr L.Huber&Son - 648 Mon-da- Vlc-Pr- a. Thomas H T. 50 A, tax and cost cist " 'U Pop 801 r gentlori, rheumatism, female complaints luaiuriB, miiucy irouuie, purllleo tho blotxl, tonw fyitem, keeps you wo 11 dress E. C. Totten, Pioneer Labra-tor3120 Eleventh Streot Washing ton, D. C. y, crnstinatlnn. l.llll.,...,,. 1.11 W.H.FISH Commercial School PUBLIC NORTH BRODHEAD NO. 15. Allen W. R. 15 A, tax and 3 75 cost Adams Pur '3 A, tax and 8 00 and cost Crawford J. M. 150 A.tax 53.14 and cost Francisco J. H. one town 10.09 lot in Brodhead ?$fr$oc$ h. W. BETHURUtt ATTOHNKY AT MT VERNON. UY. ' W1,,J'iact,C0 '" M lhe courta. wuitc on wuurcu Street IY tioaityio TT Wr a M T. V ERN SIGNAL Mt. Veiinon, KYaJun. "JC 27 30, 1920 0 N on up "No. 79" wnnT7r. 7 wrtnt tiiCnmruunl- wltli HIUNAI. gBwMJ Louitviuc , Nmhviiic R n CO. TIME TABLE. '22 24 J3 JI uortn north south douth 5 18 p m 8:35 am 12:33 P ro 12:45 a m Jas. Landrom, Agent. Phone No. 8. r.nterel nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofic mail matter. i Rt Mcond-ciim- PERSONAL Wrs W. H. Fish is recovering. Brown continues Miss Anna very siclt. Mrs. John Helton, of Pine Hill, liu typhoid fever. U G. Baiter lias been at homo sick for several days. fidri Smith, of the Hiatt Section is now located in Detroit. Mrs. Cora Whito lias boon confined to her room for several dUVB. J. Preston Voting hits had a soverc case of tonsilitis, but is improving. James Lovcll O'Mara has pneu. SMALL MULES WANTED. inoniii. He ha? been a very sick boy from tho start but somo of his I will bo in Mt. Vernon, Ky symptoms are better at this on the third Monday in Februwriting. ary, 1920, for the purpose of buying ten or twelve small mules. You can get a quick lunch, a regular meal or a l d for the night, by calling nt H. L. Lungford's Restaurant. Emanuel Reynolds and Miss Maria Branainnn were married here this week. Tho bridols the attractive daughter of Tom Bran aman of the Langford section andonoof our County teachers. The grocm is tho eldest son of Mr. .f. B. Kevnulds of tho samo vii'ini y and is a world wnr veteran having served soveral months overseas. Announcement has hoeti made of the mirriugo of Miss Edith Moore, and Emmetl Bryant of Mt. Vornon. Thoy wore married several mouths ago, keeping their seerotso well that not oven their closest friends know of it. Mr. Bryant is L. & N operator at I'itie Hill aud is a lino young man, aud is to be congratulated on winning so charminga young lady for a helpmate thru life. "Live and lot live" is our mot to. Fancy groceries at fancy prices at Joe's. Jason Reams, son of Geo Reams, whohasbeon living most of his life at Dudley this county, died ot pneumonia Sunday at a mining camp near Huzard whoro he has been working. His ictnains wore sent home this week nnd buried yesterday at tho family buring ground near Dudloy. Ho leaves a young wife besides his parents and several brothers and sisters. COUNTY AGENT NEWS It will be remembered that a few weeks ago several farmers and business men went before the Rockcastle Fiscal Court and asked them to make 'an appropriation of $5.00 to help pay for keeping n County Agricultural Agent in Rockcastle another year from July 1st next: This matter was turned down flat by the Fiscal Court on two occasions, once in October and again in November Severn progressive farmers and business men got together and formed the Rockcastle Agricultural Association, and the members of this Association have been trying since that time to raise the funds necessary to keep a County Agent in this county another year. At a meeting held at the Peoples Dank about two weeks ego it was decided, that if the people of Mt. Vernon would raise half the amount the rest of the county ought to raise the balance if the people really want a County Agent. Mt. Vernon's $250. is ready and there is about $80. more money on deposit which has been contributed by persons living in the county, so there remains now a balance of about $ 170. to be raised by the people of the county to insure a County Agent for another year. Here is a complete list, so far as the treasurer knows, of those who have contributed and the amount W J Sparks Co Vcoplcs Uank $100 25 The Greatett Mother Still Hom Work To Do Speeistl Sstle Spring Tailoring It will our store be well worth your time to visit A'i4s&. B.l ilmmi LLvrs A mmmm Eleven Million Aceldenta Every Year 300,000 Dablflt Dying of I A! t ncyicifi ificivv Miiaiun Annually Calling for r Relief. 263,000 Men February 6th & 7th inspect the extensive display of fashionable and latest styles for Men's Spring 1 920 Garments by a special represen- Still In Jwenty.three Wars Overseas RED CROSS GETS GULL - 8rvl To FOR MORE NURSES calls for nurses have come to the Lake Division Department of Nursing In the past week. Tho opportunities offered are severaloverseas, In the navy, and In the UnKed States Public Health Service. Applications of enrolled Red Cross nurses are being received at the Department of Nursing, 22nd and Prospect ave , Cleveland, O., Plymouth Bid. Patriotic service is still open to women who are training to be nurses In schools n this country, director of nursing at Lako Division headquarters, says: "Prom the mo-me- at T tative of CHICAGO KAHN BROS. TAILORS THAT SATISFY - Come in and select your favorite cloth from. large size woolens and have your measurements taken by a man who knows how to fit you. We deliver the suit any time to suit your convenience. 00' 00, 2500 2r 00' 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 DGllaUr Bank cf Sit. Vernon I, W Bcthurum II T Youug J Pish & Son T .1 Nicolcj a student enters the training school, little or no financial outlay Is necessary. When Bhe graduates the nurse enters a field where the demand has always been greater than the sup- . LAKE DIVISION ATTENDS FINANCIER Reliable Tailoring Correct Fit and Reasonable Price Guaranteed Drop in and warm by our fire wlieu you come to Circuit Court next week. if GENEVA COUNCIL ChauCUaws Sutton ic McKco M. J. Miller 00' OF THE RED CROSS LEAGUE PPOINTMENT of five American delegates to the first jus tilnKfit pxi (Seaftil, en. League ot tne i(ed cross Societies, at Geneva, was announced by the American Red Cross today. The delegates are: Willoughby O. Walling, of Chicago, of the Central Committee of the American Red Cross; Otis ll. Cutler, of New York, former manager ot the Insular and Foreign Division; Mrs. Wm. K. Draper, ot New York County Chapter and ldiSiru Tavi'CS-- 7 itfr When you aro in town for the February Court, come to It. L. Langford' s Rcbtrurant for your Hot Lunches, cgul.ir meals und bed for the night. Harry B. Robinson has moved his family from Livingston hero Ask for Trade Checks every time you spend a dollar in Mount 11 JudKoCam Mullins Iw&vy-'ftoti- trivia TrOTCi?-"- - and from I7 to 52 inches heigh, ages from 4 to 7 ytars. Those having mules of this description for sale will do well to see me on the day montioned. S. L. Bastin. Jack Hysloycr Scoggina Ottoua Pie Supper M. G. Fish Quail Pie Supper Jes Fish Gus Siaverson Willis Johnson Josuua Uoremjr "l6 oV- - 10 OO'' 10 00- 6 00 5 00 5 00- 0 55 5 00' 5 00- 5 0o 5 00.-3 00- 2 OO'' 2 00' 2 00' 2 00 THE CASH g-- A frjjwg STOPR wrHi .fagwVj; -- o-vr k am, 4tx ZfXiUkUHur. UrS'4 c'jgfigyc-i- ; ;:--- : PHONE NO. J.O. ScXS aSSjXAWrtoeiOTSMtfS THE HuME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT. VERNON m NOTICE. In tho publication, last week, of the Bond Issue Fund, somo mistakos were mado BY THE Vernon. SIGNAL, in setting the typo, Why so many DHUNK men we are publishing the report this around Mt. Vernon, when the U. week, just as the ( opy came to us S. .is.legally PRY? SMALL POX r?GV."-p,wensoldlris farm en There aretwo or tbree'caseB of t Vila fllnuv Monalr nft nianninntn Small Pox in town We think that sons. Oscar and Lafe. thoy aro well guaranteed, few Lang people have been exposed to them Fresh Meats at R. L and wo are not expecting an epiford's Restaurant all tho time. Logan D Taylor is preparing demic. Judge Mullins says that the to erect an addition to tho old county is not responsible for Taylor residence near Lnngdon Small Pox, and anyone contract School ing this diseaso must care for 1 am still at the old stand, himself, if financially able. He South of the depot. Fresh meats must also obov tho law regard-in- g and fancy groceries all tht time. the scattering of this loathJok. . some disease. Anyone who susMrs. Caspor Adams and young pects that he is afflicted with son Harold feft Sunday for Wood Small Pox, exposing himself to lawn, Pa. to join'.Mr. Adams who othcis is subject to a lino and im Anyone wilfulh prisonmont has a good position thero. going in where thero Is a case Homer Proctor, who has been of Small Pox is subject to a line located at liussel, Ky , since More than imprisonment. graduating from the Mechanical and 0110 hundred in Mt. Vernon have of Department Engineering been vaccinated within the past University of Kentucky in June, two days. Thoy are doing their has been transfered td Louisiana part to help stamp out Small Pox. and is now on tho job in tho Sonth. G. W Farris, of Silver City, NO GREAT ACT OF HEROISM REQUIRED Iowa, is visiting his old home of If somo great act of heroism Brodhead, after an absence of 85 was necessary to protect a child years. Ho says ho is pleased from croup, no mother would at the rapid advancement of hesitato to protect nor offspring, Ho started homo but when it is only necessary to Rockcastle. keop at hand a bottle of Cham Thursday. borlain's Cough Remedy and I've got it. Everything yov want givo it as soon as the first indicaof croup appears, tho re are to eat, any time you wont it. Joe. tion who neglect it. Chambermany Couch Remedy is within Jarvis Noo sold his tobacco at lain'sreach of all aud is prompt tho tho Madison House, Richmond, and effectual. last week for an average of 42cts. This tobacco was raised on 3 4 of W. H. an aero of ground aud brought $440.65, which is $14o. more than MT.VURNON, KY. ho was offered for it here. " Letter from s formerly chairman of the Women's Advisory Committee; Samuel Mather, of Cleveland, former member of the 1 00- Central Committee; and Eliot Wads- 1 00 worth, of Boston, member ot the Cen 1 00- tral Committee. 1 00' Henry P. Davison, formerly chairlOO man of the War Council of the Ameri1 00 can Red Cross, chairman of the Board . ... ,i J.OO'. . ; Ooveroqra ot .the Jague, ot. Red, 1 00' j)5rVos Socltle, will accompany the Hay Maharsr delegates J. whett they sail on the 1 OO'' A G Ball ;Maurfetanianext Wednesday. Mr. Dayr G Hysinger 1 00' vison was 'named chairman of the 1 0O David Stewart board when the League of Red Cross 1 00 Harry Chasteen Societies was! formed at a meeting ot 1 00' David G Clark delegates, from America and four 1 0O Burgess Hysiuger principal Allied nations last spring. 1 0O James Proctor The meoling, which will open In 1 00 Chas J Lovell Geneva March 2 and will continue one V M Tread way 75' week, Ms expected to prove ot Importance in international 75- J W Riddle health prppiotion. 60' Bill Head World problem sconcernlng ImproveGran Holcomli 60' ment of health and prevention of dis50 DocIC Clark ease; means of increasing the memThis is a matter that must have bership, resources and effectiveness ot prompt attention and we would national "Red Cross Societies and methods of organizing and using these suggest that if you have not done for peace-timservice will be dissomething alread toward helping cussed. Delegates from the following nain this matter, that you got interCrosses, members of the and get busy. this tional Red been invited, along-- with If ested League, have $170. balanco is not raised with those of the United States: Argenin the next week or ten days it tina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Cuba, Denmark. England, looks very much like Rockcastle France, flrccce, Holland, India, Japan. will not have any County Agent Italy", New Zealand, Norway, Peru, PoSerbia, Roumanla. after July 1st. If you are not land, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, South Africa, called upou by a solicitor mail Sweden, Venezuela, Uruguay and your chock, or hand it to P. E. Ciecho Slovakia. Miller, Treasurer, Mt. Vernon Tho creation of the League of Red Cross Societies was the direct result of the universal deslrjs to preserve for, the benefit ot all mankind the spirit ONE-FOURWORLD'S and effectiveness developed by the Red Cross during the World War. R. G. Dodd J. Lewis Reams N. Thompsou T. Jeff Holman J. G. Soward Chas A Parsons Lewis MeCall JarVis Johnson Frank Johnso n J. F. LUNSFORD To Thomas Branaman. Jan. s, 1920. Dear Tommy aid Family I had learned of your loss before I received your letter today and I know you are sad as I am sad-st- Dr.M.IK. - Pennington Dentist rmmp- N.. WILL BE AT ROCKCASTE ' o e TH WOMEN IN CHINA RED DROSS JUNIORS WORK In ! TO HELP OTHER CHILDREN Seventy Per Cent Employees Shanghai Cotton Mills Women and Children Working Twelve Hour Shifts. One-fourt- h relief work this year Is activity ot CHILD be theJunior Red Crossthe now organized In almost 7( pej- cent ot the schools of America. 'February 22nd Is tho last day for enrolling Junior auxiliaries in tbe school year in your county," says Mrs. Harrison W. Ewlng, Lake Division Director ot Junior Membership. The year's work of tbe children will bring help to children suffering In this country or overseas. between children of Friendliness America and other nations is being promoted by Junior Red Cross International service for the children. y cur-rej- it To my friends and patrons. 1 will be at the Dowell Restaurant opposite Sutton and McBee's 6loro on February ist, ready to servo you with, Hot and Cold Lunches, Fruits, Candy, Tobacco, I Cigars, etc. Coino and let us servo you as we did in gone by days, by giv. ing you jour moneys worth. Mrs. John Ronnor. Saturday 31st, tho Merchants of Mt. Vernon will give away about $50. worth of Season Tick-ot- s to tho Whito & Myeres Cbau. Thoso will bo given tauqua. away in front of C. C Davis Drugstore and it will be well for you to be there with your Trade Chocks if you want some of these Season Tickets. ot the women In the world uro Cliloese 200.000,000 of them. They are going Into Industry In large numbers to work long houra and for little money. In Shangbul, for Instance, seventy per ceut, of the employees In the CO. JOHN WHITE cotton mills are women and children. LOUISVILLE, KV. Working hours for gplnner are from six In the morning until six at night Liberal aaaortmaat und from six ut night until six In the and full valuo paid HVSEfJMtflW morning. Weavers work from 5:30 In CIIDQ raw UIIV the morning until seven at night and Hldea and the wuges ure from ten to twenty cents (HtlUM a day. Hundreds of women ore employed In silk filature mills, standing WOULD NOT HURT ANYBODY'S hour after boor washing cocoons In basins of boiling water In the exFEELINGS. cessively hot rooms necessary for apartments where fine silk Is spun. In Canton alone, there nro 11)0,000 women In factories at a maximum wage of forty cents a day for women and of fifteen cents a day for gtrts. As part of Its program of world service for women the National Young Women's Christian Association Is expecting to put on Its staff of sec11 ' aS HB m A bbbl retaries In Chips an expert on Industrial conditions who will develop social work In factories, and work to Improve conditions for women employees. This work will Include the "Which do you lore beat pumjt or Introduction of recreation and social your doll!" life among the workers and of health . "Putty; but doa't lai dolly bur." lectures and educational classes. FISH NOTARY PUBLIC k When we give up the cnes that are r.'t&.. j very dear to us mere isasauuus&, .; a vacancy in our hearts that time apalone can heal, and while we preciate very deeply tho human sympathy that comes to us, only tbe divine power of God bears us up under our trials and creates within us a blessed hope of being with them to part no I wish I might bo with more. you for i loved her as my mother because she was so good and kind to me, never will I torgot her memory, neither you nor your Call early and make engagements family, for I love y. u all Tommy, of your kindness. because Rev. 21; 4: And there shall be no moro death neither sorrow nor crying neither shall there be any more pain, for tho former things have passed away. Isa. 40; n: He shall gather tho lambs in his and ready arm and carry them in his bosom. keep yourself satisfied well-heal- ed Tommio, she Think on these should to meet any emergency, a has only gone "to a city without urief or graves; without sin or account. And, keep adding to it. You can sorrow; without births or burials; an without marriages or mournings; accomplish the above suggestion by glories having Jesus account with us today. a city which how small. for its king; angels for its guards saints forits citizens; whose wulls motto is. "Appreciation, considera aro Baivation, anu wnose giues Godwin succor youifjon anf4 roustesv". aro praise Lone words. everv m your trouble and will make the they sunshine for you again. Give Individual knows ray love to the Girls, and toll thorn when yov write to drop mo a line. "V ith best wishes for you and thegirls" I am, T. J. NICELEY, Pres. W. L. RlCHAUD5,;Casliier your friend and brother. S. GRIFFIN, V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier GEO. J. F. Luuslord. - baerof your-miafortn- ne ..- rpHOPEL - - r Mt. Vernon ON r" w ; i d Thursday, Feb 5th TO PRACTICE DENTISTRY fl Had You Thought you To start bank starting No matter Our but what mean. The Bank ot Mt. Vernon Vice-Pre- '' J - 'he Cross V Red SALESMEN WANTD to soli. cit orders for lubricating oils, greaces and paints' Salary or Address TI5 IIAR-VECommission. OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. Y Indiana Farm Bargains attractive priiv. Any si?c from 10 to 450 acres, We huo juatuhut jou want at pricus tliHl can't be duplicated uuhereoUu In the United fetuted, when locutfun, lmprocmeuU and ptcxluctlvity are considered. Clatk; Scott and Wasliinnton counties, otler unusual UiKlily liuproviil productHo to the fanu bujer ecliooU aud churches, mul all In f.irms on j.'ool rendu r Mujroiihaul UiBtaute from UuiUull:, can be bought from us at oppor-runltlm-a- Still Ministers For Salk: My place of CO acres, more or less, wu gouu 11 SrW JLffsfil jIB barn, dwelling and peach orchard, I one 'mile east of Mt. Vernon. SHERIFF'S NOTICE. $500 worth marketable timber oti Each dog must bo licensed or place aud 10 acres cord wood. the sheriff will bo forced to com- See or wtite J. C Moore, Mt. ply with the Ihw, to arrest tho Vernon, Ky. ovHior and kill the dog. There is fc fine of from $10 to $100 for C.C. each unlicensed dcg. The sheriff MT VEKNON.KY is also subject to a fine of $25 if OFFICE. On2Dd.floorof he'allows a dog to go without Rank of Mt. Vernon, on licensed. J do not want to Church St. Special atten tnn crivnnrollectlons. Deforced to enforco this law, X TN6n8o c Tip Langford, Sheriff. ATTOnNKV-AT-LA- To touch UedryWIlo from Loulst llle, taUo 1 A. I,. Traction car from tholr Till id Street, near Witlnut Come aud let uu show you hoiuu teal lurtUns in nr.tln, ttock and lolmeco farina. I Williama HOSTETTLER & FRANCfS, Henryville, Ind. be-in- sr Subscribe Now i. - Lighten Your Burdens and Make Life More Pleasant For Your Family With Lalley Light rvi i' i -r-yrysrr" j'r rJ ... & Power Lalley Light iyrt i yrTvi i 8 B For Farms and Rural Homes ANNOUNCEMENT Wc hiivc secured exclusive franchise for selling tho Lalley Electric Light and Power Plant in this territory. For some tin wc have noticed that, tho progressive farmers of this section aro realizing that economical and reliable electricity is just as important if not more so to the proper development of their farming business and to tho comfort of their homo, as the telephone, the daily mail, the automobile, and tho most valuable machinery. well-know- n labor-savin- X It is our intention to give the residents of this community the very best material and the best service for its maintenance. When we decided to sell nn electric light and power plantwe set out to secure the plant, which, in our opinion, had proven itself to be the most reliable, the most economical, and in every way the best investmmt for our patrons. We chose the Lalley Lijht Plant, manufactured by the Lalley Light Corporation of Detroit. Michigan, one of the largest manufacturers engaged exclusively in the production of farm electrical equipment. 8 8 v Our Personal Word Is Behind the Lalley The Lalley Light Plant has been in successful for ten years. It has only three moving parts; it is ball bearing equipped ; it will furnish ample electric light for your home and outbuildings, and electric power to operate a complete water system, u churn, a vacuum cleaner, nn electric iron, u washing machine, an electric fan, and any other domestic electrical apparatus you may desire or need. Come and visit us so that we may show you this Lalley Light plant, or telephone us and we will go to your house. uo on the farm nnd elsewhere ; 4. .. :.. .4.. , W X , "&'"' 1 'J1 Svi i W ft For Sale By TL, "C i DJAJ. iMOMiiiufiu-VYCio- ii L M f.. UU, R1CUMON D, KY. Phono97 H Wire Fence b 4 ft. No. 9 Top and bottom 55 c Tobacco Canvas Our Tobacco Canvas has al- Ask for information about RED TOP FENCE POST ready been received and we can supply your need at the very low price quoted below : WAGONS Old Hickory 2 Inch for your inspection. Weber $135.00 140.00 24 x 28 Count, only " 28 x 32 " 83 c JO c DqDGEBrOTHERB MOTOR CAR 9 Get your supply now and be sure you do not have to pay more later. We have these wagons in stock and already set up We do not expect the price of Roofing The price of Galvanized Roofing is advancing rapidly and it will be to your advantage to get your supply as soon as possible. wagons to stay as low as this for many days. You may find others makes cheaper but you will not find them as good Place your orders now. fl NOW IN STOCK 8, JO and VH-r-JJ- Seed Oats. While they last, only 2 ft. lengths $J.J5 "' TuiTTi 777 - '! r t It will be almost impossible for you to get a Dodge Bros. Car when you want it next Spring. We are selling ours as fast as they arrive. We can fill your order this week if somebody does not get ahead of you. Use the telephone if you do not wish to be disappointed. Disc Harrows 8 Disc, 10 " only Welch's can save you money in farming implements, roofing, hardware, fence, etc. If you are not a regular customer it will pay to take a day off and spend it at our store seeing just how low our prices are. " 2 " " $30. with Tongue " 40. 45. IT! N, WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE JbSJCjJbvxLjjcm. mm Kentucky's Greafesf Counfry Sfore ySE THE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIEFEKENOE" jK,Jl vf rnr argli. u9"-- t .WH'"gi