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Mount Vernon signal: February 27, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920022701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 27, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. LI SPOTS On PAGaJ i COME TO US FOR 3f1nnnl tt e PRINTING uooas Si T FOR A GREATERROCKCASTLE" COUNTY, 'KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 7 1920 mmm 1 iXZ - mmeum $ wl m f lid Ir 4 ounu for your Job of Wewillineir: f mm, Sn V- -r V! VOL XXXIII MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE NUMBER ' I -- all the dispositions and habits which lead to Bowling was unable to fill his ap political prosperity, Religion and Morality!1 are pointment nt Goshen, Sunday, LEXINGTON, KY , Feb. 2( indispensible supports. -- In vain would that mart claim being a flu sufferer Roy Owens The- Executive Committee c the tribute of Patriotism, wiio should labour to subvert lins been very Hck for a few days. Transylvania College, at a recer these great pillars of humnnhappiness, these firmest props Dan Grey was n caller in our meeting, pave hearty approval of the duties of Men and Citizens. -- The mere Politician, O the movement headed by form town agnin Sunday. Mr and equally with the pious man ought to respect and to cherish pi cached al the Christian Church Mrs. W. G. McHeo were down service men of tho collego to pn them. A volume could not trace all their connections morning and evening. from Vlt. Vornou last week with Sunday paie a memoriil as permanen with private and public felicity. Let it simply be asked His wife accompanied him. W. Mr and Mrs Hugh McUee. recognition of tho Transylvan where is the security for property, for reputation, for life, P. Rigsby b.iught a team of Mrs. Jesse Wallin has returned ians who died in service durb if the sense of religious obligation desert the oats, which mules from Ln an McKiuncy for from Bond The llu patients iuu worm war. me matter 11a ore the instruments of investigation in Courts of Justice? V. U. Yatlcn is very sick reported last wool:, are alt very $150 been taken In hand by a com And let us with caution indulge the supposition, that with flu. Mrs Sam Snyers has much improved. 1. W. Proctor mitteo of service men, whosi morality can be maintained without religion. Whatever pneumonia Mrs.BottieHnlo his and Willard Terrill aro looking chairman is Henry J. Tunstall. may be conceded to the influence of refined education returned to Bridgeport, Ind, after the interest of W. O. Yad- It has been decided that tin on minds of peculiar structure; reason and experience after a short isit with relatives en's cash store, during the sick memorial shall take tho form o both forbid us to expect that national morality can prehere. Dr. Walker Owens, of lies of Mr Yaden and Miss a bronze tablet to be placed in tf vail in exclusion of religious principle." Mt Vernon, was called here to Halla Humes. chapel of Morrison College, it John Black is sou Mrs Hugh Mclicu in consul reported to be very sick with cost to be defrayed by tho servic Washington . tation with Drs , Carter it (Irav. small pox. at his home on Dixie men. A committee was appoint J ely. Arnold hiatt, who is ed to gain needed informational Highway, and has reen quarant- wps tined by Sqr. P. F. Robins. H. .school at liurea, to make suggestions, and iLs ro 5X2 ommet dations as to the stylo an herefrom Kudny until Monday L Murrell moved to his farm with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt near town, from Homer, III. cost of the tablet have bee and Mr and Mrs. Charlie Drawn. Mrs. Hugh McBcc, died at her Big Poultry Meeting, that to accomplish',' the best agreed upon, and it is dosirec results, men and Lwomen must Mr George Wnlhn, died at the homo, near Methodist church if possible to arrange for tho dec work together. Berea, Saturday home of his brother, James Wnl- Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, icaiion to tike place on Washing The work of the association is lin in Henry addition, last l'hurs- - after a two weeks illness of pneu ton's birthday. February civic work in its broadest and jnoniiw Mrs The Ir sciiption of tho tablet r McJ3e.wns be for several months with tubercu fore her marriage Miss Pearl There will be a general poultry woman who is interested in its Soms. DoMtles httMvifeand - smaHJ -BTOwn -. daughter follows and. meeting held in Berea, S.aturday aims is cordially invited child, ho leaves a mother, Mrs. Mrs. Mace Brown, of Providence morning at 10:00 o'clock, Feb. ROLL OFHONOH a member and ain in the organAnno Wullin, and two brothers, She was a noico of J. W. Proctor 21st. All people who are inter-eteErected to the memory of ized effort for a higher, nobler (1c was laid to and Mrs. I. A. Storms TKANSYLVANIANS .lames and Iku in raising poultry are invit- national She life, which Van only be Who Died ln Service ln World Wni rest in 1'iney Grow ccnietry Fri- leaves a husband and seven ed to attend. attained through thV individual R. M'Lachlan day afternoon, after short ser- - small children to grieve for the One of our Stato Poultry Spec- homes. J. C. Hobbs vices, at the Grave, by Rev. loss of a devoted companion and ialists will bo present. J. G. Boone George Childress. We extend mother. They have lived in our Seasonable questions will be and Its W. J. Donaldson our heart felt sympathy. Rev. midst only a short while, but have discussed. R. B. Hutcbcraft mid Mrs. L. N. Bowling and sous, madj many true friends who are Orders will be taken lor eggs Culture R. G. Holbrook Bernard and Ilerbertare confined grieved over tbe sad death and By W S. Baii.hy, .Gauley, Ky. and cockrels at this meeting. H. H. Chinn to their rooms with flu. The J. who extend their heart-fel- t sytn- We wish to have all breeders P. V. Meek etyyeen- - the II Rigsby, deceased, salo, lasl pathy to the bereaved husband, Cultivate" H. Galbraith Friday, was well attended, and the dear Utile children, a mother, present. Barred Rocks, Wyan- rows, this will alldjy sufficient everytl ing went at n uood price. threo sisters, two brothers, and dotte, Leghorns, It. I. Reds moisture in the soil tijkeep the vBob Brown of Woodstock, was a host of relutives. Tho remains and so forth . " lfej,5ife;n''j j'sYArMT fiffl.V& JW&'vSWl days tunecount.-o- f were tak.ci.to rroviUeiiG ar,4 laid The mee ting will ol be hold Jn be donenjL - FvAuntG j'hvlU? hn-The Berea using" a shoved with very the Illness and death of hfs swer, to rest Wednesday. Granville the assembly room Bank and Trust Company, short, narrow points, or a regular and women of Transylvania, 1920 Mrs. Hugh McBeo. Little Hazel Leese, of Copper Chvek, is .tobacco cultivator, most Hard- NOTES "These gallant men of oui has been very sick but is iK from heart troublo, Mr. and war0 merchants keep them in armed forces have fought for tin .some better now Miss Mattie Mrs. Willie Haggard and children Is your seed cam good? Purcell, daughter of S. S. Better test it and see whether stock, if you can't procure one ideals which they knew to bo tin are suffering with flu. Morgan and John Laswell, both of Wright of Odgen 111., is visiting from them order one direct from ideals of their country." V00d it will grow or not. the Ottawa section, were B. F. Avery and Sons, Louisville, row Wilson, 1918. P. Robins and family Have you gotten your eggs Sunday, Feb 15 A M. his uncle F. (Ky. After you have plowed it W II. Anderson has taken his Hiatt and Mr. McKceue, for hatching? '6 or 7 times and hoed about 3 TRANSYLVANIA WOMEN were in Mt. Vernon tobacco to Lexington, for market. Now is the time to make times, I think this is sufficient cul- OFFERED JJ3IPLOY3IENT arrangements. itivation for it, but it may be nec Ohio Concern Prefers Them to Men i Come to the Poultry meeting essary to cut the weeds from it Tracers Ilecause They Can Do Saturday to enter your orders. Work In Leas Time Than after the third hoeing as it is very Jlcn Require For It Treat your oats for smut. essential to keep your tobacco Uso one pound of Formalin to patch freo from weeds as it will LEXINGTON, KY., Feb. 20 grow a better quality tcbaccoand 40 gallons of water. Professor K. 0. Miller, of tin Wet our oats insure you a better market value Department of Mechanical Draw, Let them dry and then seed. So much for the cultivation, next iug of Transylvania College, has Tho Formalin can bo gotten at comes the care and protection of drug stores. the crop and getting it ready for been asked to recommend women 1 Housing. We should begin very students for tracing work by tin Take care of the lambs. early rooking for worms, and use H. Koppers Coho Oven plant at Don't let them freeze. Tho letter fron every effort to keep it free from Lorain, Ohio. Wool is high. the company states that the worms, as a bad worm-eate- n crop Prepare our garden. depreciates its vnlue very much, women can do the work more Uso lime and manure. and I prefer catching of worms quickly than men and that thoj v Buy your seeds that have a All by hand if possible to do so, as ill bo paid the same salary a, of purity uud male employes. tho use of Paris Green or other germination. Not only was Prof. Millet poisonous ingredients is liable to day- a pritty bad 1. He set on a offered employment for any of injure the crop to sonio extent. Slats' Diary Robt. F. Spenco, ' peace of broke glass & cut hissclf. his women students uow qual Tho best time to catch the County Agent. ilied to accept it, but future grad It was a bottle which he had in his worms is early each morning or idppocket & he will not disclose in the cool part of tlio ovenining nates were assured of profitable going 2 he kinda unhappy frum now what WM,n the cotenseexceptliat PARENT TEACHER as the large worms will crawl employment when ready to accept future as it was Very valuble. Ma seems ASSOCIATION down from the tobacco plants it. Four years ago tho Koppers, the dr. advised me 2 j,ry nbout it The Mt. Vornon Parent whon tho sun begiqs to shine very plant would not employ women in take more exercise.! Tuesday The teecher ast Teacher Association will havo its hot, and take refugo under stones the drafting department. A nother man dide ters what l was mans best rogulnr monthly mooting on Frior clods of dirt. Continue worm, frum prohibition to- - frend Blisters replied an answen & day, March 5th. at 2:30 p. m. At ing your patch every day until TRANSYLVANIA COLLEOE day he bought up a'sedTnedog E T S A S 0 T 11 E It Then she ast Jane this time a campaign will be you Hlot of themomaterS)Whatlwa3thenextbest frend of !nunchcd for cleaing up our town. comescuttho your tobacoo. Next LI H II A II topping of tobacco, & drunk them which man 8he sajd Woman. I coll that Dr. A. II. Iluck, of Now York. PreThe league, having obtained this is also vcy importunt. mm oiKoiioi in ine very egotistickle, the necessary number of mem- Nevor allow your tobacco to sents Valiwlilo Collection of .Medical Hooka to the Iimtltutlon alkuliol was named Wednesday Had u little trubbel bers has affiliated with the Stato bloom hofore you top it, 1 would after one of are big with the teecher in skool today. I r.l.'VTv'Tnu l.l., i'et), 20, and National Association. Sorao advise the topping of it as soon as "i,.unuiuH i.v r. . generels which sum wos unbuttoning sum Deanuts in of the aims and purposes which the Button forms. As a gonoral Transylvania Collego has people says is a go- - skool & she sunnrized me&.reauest- tho organization sets forth aro rulo it tukes ubout two or three another library, the gift of ing 2 run for pres. Lj me t0 remane after ttve rest of stated briefly bolow: toppings to complete a craji, as Dr. A Buck, of Now York, who Saturday Jane ast me how did the kids had went home. Which I 1. To ruiso tho standatds of all the plants .vill not mature just has presented about 250 volumes it feel for the truant offiser to lay did. They wos sum work at home home life. alike. In topping, never leave it of medical bunks, including the his hand on my shoulder. I sed 2 I should of done but I got home 2 2. To bring into closor rela- ovor twenty loaves. From Six ancients, as well us the moderns, her I diddent know he all ways late. Ma ast me to let her see the tions tho homo und the school, teen to twenty leaves is enough, from the times cf Galea Hip. grabs me by the belt. I played marks I got in skool today but I that paient and teacher mav coas a plant with sixteen leaves will pocrntes to the latest develop- hookey frum skool yesterday thats politely declined showing them, operate intelligently in tho edu- have as much weight as one with mentsin medicine and surgery, why she Bst me. Thursday ma cernly is clost cation of the child. twenty-fou- r leaves, and a plant to the institution. Sunday Washington's birthday with her money with pa & me. pais 3. To surround tho childhood with twenty-fou- r Dr. Ruck used tho old medicul leaves has about & no skool 2 miss, even had 2 go 2 not working now and he needs the of tho whole world books in Transylvania's library with that four short tip leaves, which bring church besides. The preecher cum money. I ast him what makes ma loving, wise care in tho lm a very low price on the market, iu research work for his book 2 are house this afternoon & I was so ecomicol here of lately. He sed years of llfo, that will while a plaut of sixteen or oih- - "Tho Dawn of Modern reeding in the Testament. He sed She is saveing up for a raney day. develop good citizens, instead of in tho prefaco of which ho teen leaves will havo no short he was glad 2 ketch me reeding I think she must expeck a reglar mw oreaiters aim criminals. tips, thereby eradicating the Jow tells of tho great value of Trau. such books. He diddent ketch me flood. Pa sed the $ is called the all 4. To interest men and women ' market vuluo of your crop, and sylvanlas old medical books as a mitey $ on acct. it is so all mitey to co operate in the work for tho. I seen him a comelng. when topping always leave au connecting link between the uud. Monday pa had a acksident to- - hard 2 get &. keep. purer, truer homes, in tne belief eVeu number of leaves if possible. icino of other days und prebeut.l Will Storms, of Corbin spent sovcrul days with his hither, I. A, Storms last week. Uttlo Ruth Albright lms htcn vury sick with llu A. M. Ilititt attended tlio D. B. Lucas sale, near Hiiitt, Rev. of London, Abill, J19HeN& between 3Xt I 8 t t .ixzsyf TXLJX FAREWELL ADDRESS Transylvanians Plan War Hero Memorial Iixccutlvo Committee Gives Approvn To Idea Of Former Service Men To Ptaeo Bronze Tablet In Jtorrlsoii Co'.lcgo E TAX r INS of Income ROCKCASTLE DUE , PEOPLE Who Arc Now in Corbin, Ky. The editor had tho privilege of being on tho program of the Father and Sons' Banquet at Corhin last Friday night. The Banquet was held in a private-dininroom of tho Y. M. C. A. trains Friday. Rev "0F Business Mcn,Farmcrs a'ndWago Workers Must File Schedules for. 1919. a 8 1AHCH 15 LAST FIUNG.DAJE: a let Income of C1.O00 or Ovor, If 8ln- qte; or $2,000 or Over If Married, Must Ec Reported. 1 - 8 8 s -- JXZ zz2or sszsxs: txl 21st, 8 -- I Iiighe?tsejnser-anijavery.jnan.or iirprcsrjiit-areed-npan-reads-x- - - -- d TOBACCO'; Tlio Incorao Tax Imposed, by Act Butdett Owens pn earnings 'of the year f Cohjirus Oil) Is now teh)B collected." , Jesse Meadows Dwight Bowman lteturni iimler oath mu$t be made n or before March 15 by every cltl-e- n Robert McKenzie and resident vfhu had a net Robert Davis for 1U10 nmimnllnK to: Colmar McCall mar$1,000 or oer, If slitRle; or If Egbert Norton led und thing apart from wife (or msbnnd) ; or If widowed or divorced. Cecil Hayes f.'.OOO or oer, If married und living Gilbert Hayes vlth wife (or husband). Lee Chandler The Ftuttis of the person on tho lnt F. L. Thompson, Jr. Iny of the year fixes the status for ho year with respect to the above Everett Newland requirements. Charles Deuham Under any of these circumstances a Mitchel Owens (eturn must bo made, oven though Albert Owens 10 tax Is due. , Husband and wife must consider Sherman Owens the Income of both, plustlidt of deM. L. Jones meeting-'hipendent minor children,' In Edd Boyd requirement ; mid, It etifflclent to Tequjrga returntall items must be ...Mr-.anMrs- - R- - Adkin&on ;hown ln it JoltiF return orTn "separate Joe Hall"" returns of husband unci wife. Cecil Wciderhold Xslngle person Wftlr rnlrfunlepvinl-- nls must include tlio Income of such Miss Esther Staverson .lependents. Miss Ida Hamlin A minor who has a net Income of 51,000 or more is not considered a Curtis Pollard lepemlcnt, and must file a separate Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller return, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson I'ersou.tl returns should be made on Form 1010A, unless tho net Incomo Mrs. Roscoo Tompkins Mceeded $0,000, in which cuse Form Cas Cox IWO should' be W. A. Robbins Itcsldcnts of Kentucky should file heir returns with, and make payments Bira Cummins )t Incomo Tux to, Elwood Hamilton, L. S. Doan Collector of Internal Ilevenue, LouisM. L. Denham ville. How to, Figure Income. Puck Cummins s d -- I met so many Rockcastle boys around the Y that I began to take down their names. I am sure that Signal readers will bo glad to sco the list that follows: OttioAOuBJmins IsejbBSfuSt' lIQOAandK. p- - suffer-Bord- es Pur-cel- l mar-tie- d insur-nncoager.- ts, Dr. M. K. Pennington Dentist Carter work guaranteed - thoi-oughl- Brodheadp Monday, Mar. Fop One Week Office with Dr. W.T. Will Be At guarantee Vk0amthe MB on-Mf- lP f B Dlis-H- H am-ma- HV H I ind If a 1 eturn Is due it tells how to irepnrc and lllo It. If In doubt on nny point ns to Incomo ir deductions, n person may secure free idvlce and aid from the nearest Inter-m- l Kevenuc olllce. Guesswork, estimates and otber hlt- methods are barred when a per son Is making out his Incomo Tux Accuracy and completeness must Tin; return Is a lie Insisted upon. sworn statement. As such tt must be thorough nml accurate. SalarlPd persons and wage earners 3111st ascertain the actual compensation recehed. Overtime, bonuses, shares In the profits of business, value of quarters und hoard furnished by the and olher Items which are compensations for services must be included. It must be hnrno In mind that compensation may be paid ln other forms than In cash. A bonus paid ln Liberty Heads Is taMitile at the market value of the bonds. A note recehed In payment fur services Is taxable Income at Its face alue, and the Interest upou it Is also taxable. Other Returns Due. Every partnership doing business In the United .States must llle u return on Turin 10G3; and uery personal service corporation must tile a similar return. Corporations must flle annual returns on 1'orm 11.0. Trustees, executors, administrators and others acting In a fiduciary capacity arc required to llle returns. Iu fcome ruses, 1'oim 1011 Is used; hi others, Form 1010; and still others, returns on both forms are required. Information return, on Forms 1009 and 10JXI, must be tiled by eery organization. Una ur person ulio paid, during 11)10. an amount of $1,000 hi salary, wages, Interest, lent, or other fUcil or delermlimlile Income to person, pailuersblp, personal service corpoiatlou or llduclury. Them Information returns should be for-- n nuled ilhvctly to tho Commissioner of Interim! Kevenue (tortlng division), Washington, D. 0. re-ur11 ziAWiifi'i: jtIotji2lutrrtlonji s anawlreri'"! G. F. Reynolds and family; children and grandchildren. whose names wo did not get. our excuse will bo that we got the names as fast and as completely as the brief time would permit. These people all seemed to have good positions and to bo doing we'll. I felt n pride in tho apparent efficiency of our Rockcastle If there aro others people. WITHERS J. H. Roberts, Chas. Allen and Joe Hampton have gone to Ind. to work. Mrs. J. M. Roberta of Cooksburg has been with her daughter Mrs. Harmon Helton, tbe past week. Mrs Jones Durham of Daugo.was the guest of Mrs. Mattio Mullins Monday eve. Forrester Mullins , . INCOME TAX IN NUTSHELL WHO Single persons who had net Imomu of $1,000 or liioro for the cur 1010. Muirleil (tuples who had net or mere. Income of WHEN March 15. llTJO, Is final dale for tiling returns uud first jiajments. WHERE Collector of internal Itcu'iiuo for District Iu which the person resit! s. HOW Full dliectlons ol Form 10I0A uud Form 1010; also the law and I emulations. WHAT Four per cent normal tax on tuxuble Incomo up to $1,000 In excess of exemption. Klglit per cent normal tax on balance of taxnblo Income. Surtax, from onu per cent to sixty-th- e per cent on net Incomes over uiaW-Ing I I I pros-sionab- Med-101110- and Isaac Allen attended church on Treace Branch Sunday. Estill Mullins spent Saturday night with his cousin, Bob Mullins. Mrs. T. R. Mullins is reported very sick. Born to the wife of John Angel, twin babies, a boy and a girl; the littlo girl baby died. Mrs. Kiggio Humpton visited Mrs. .1. C. Allen Monday. -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baker woro guests of her mother, Mrs. Mattie Mullins, Sunday night Fonester Mullins was in Livingston Monday. Mrs. Emmott Mullins, who has been very sick is improving. Quito a lot of iho young folks were guests of Miss Callio Rob- orts Sunday evoning Ollio and Edward Mnllins were guests of Luther and Russel Mullins Sunday. Jacic Howard, of Cooksburg, will move his family here this week. Junies Howard, who of flu, has had a very bad ca-is ubout able to bo out again, lien I'ouder is getting along nicely on his new residenco. Mrs. Alex McDaniel, one of the oldest women iu this part of the county is very sick. Sarah A. Mullins spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Mutlio Mullins. Father When I was a small boy, was left an orphan. Tommy What did you do with it fChicafjo Herald. I $5,000. t uinMH w Commissioner's Sale Pln-nlif- SI MT. VERN ON GNAL FwiuwI'Vb 37, t)2'i are vory btiv to Jt't liirtil to Tri'ton Mo. -I- ... J. Ri:irs i"P rls geciit: il'ii hit two few loiiir fine The I. v X. netil. st Dudley is getting nlong (Inc. We li.ivu some gn nt fox hunters Hnrri---who by nanus arc, ! LAI &0 I'-c.- T ', J s Commissioner's Sale Ki cns'.e nt Court. C.ni J..11.1 ti a. : , Milton, CiHiir .ian of lull tltlllOtb-Sllltllll- , N'ollon of lt iitnre of n jiul.'iiMit stud anm, .loe KonuH, .1. F. J lm Publithtd every Friday by . Hi,Wlir son ami Henry Gibson. "C ty II. 7. YOUNG. liinltrvl al tlic IclTiliitV Tcilli, 11)20. wnw;uiefl SUBSCRIPTION ON15 YKAR $1.00 tlicy go out tliev stav until about uiiletlKiftl will, cm .M. inlay, March eight o'clock. The flu is dying in. taju, Iwfwocn tin- lioui-- of uVIoek rjfi "l?"v anil I o'clock t m.,nl die fronl tloor Mrs. down ut Hrnsh Crook. Advertising ritles vtane kvouw on Ml it lottOit lioiico III jmliie mIi. to Ky, Cum miits and familv nro drmiii till) IIMH'-ilapplication PllllMll tt o following -- tuy liiglitstnnil Lest liiiliirr, trom Covington font weeks lb proiierty; IJ"Hiis tj,0 wsrM'EttnrdmlrAmr fv with tho people th A MKMDKK OF lnleret i a tract of land t Iih-- i toil in play the U!tiv,.M&M-rJurvENTUO'CY PHK8S SS001AT10N sJearnmRto l bounclcil anil an follows: Rnbt Muilins, Oui..ntc. ' '. fc -- , u o mil is doing fine Hc'cliuilng at a n;oiie wlieivnm-estooi- l iWr.o-.hits u good job with tho L & X. w'of a wlntvoik, at an old load, mid known as tli. li cictoiand nUn mi .it tho Covington Kotiiid house, n $,Vo. Ji'ini njP"C(l ccirntII Ikri-oi- t andPillns D.lllng-linChnrhe Hitbh i.M. Hysiuger Ky Couington, mill K in.'orlh' old -. in Mt. Wmioi ll r- -t line: wiiwith Noi.Ii'h old lino N It urd and Mart Fiilin have been W to poll's of the week -- Mis-, Matlii i nth a inn)!.-Jl-J on the iroislni;ofIiiuih Cii-etrading horses and mule". bunk said creek, a '" . frit-mi'" S.u-iof V A O.veiisjtlioiii-i'entoriniiiod a fnv with Owe ns' ivnii , tha follows: Ml Ho THE BEST COUO 1 itEMKDi. day evening. -- Hob Mokirtu"' rf tiiu' s i)i a larjri' on the bank poll tn I When a drurgist finds that his Hansford was with Mr. an. Mis of tlio creek. 7 IIS1 pole and 17 links slake nt the eilye of the customers all wak well of a cor- - KiuiucU Parkerson for a few days to l a nint Slinks to a sje.uiioi-e- ereek. N5 W-N5t V -- Mr. .1. Hot dotMin l:i 1 - poles toastnlitain preparation, he form a jt'-'on tho bunk of hist week. Mrs W. 13. Cummins of La in need of j cro. k. N5 olon to a stake at HI pinion of it mil when , lis vr in the mouth of a liulebiaiicli thnteiniities ft tlliwiiiv, toni.i Ins lieen vis. tiiifj lier mother tinmi eh a medicine is almost ccr. Onioy foUllt.V - K. I. SlIl.tllH into ltrtir.lt creek, n coiner of v A Rachel Ponder foi a few days himvlfnnrt i l,la Dwins uiiil Tom Taxlnr, tlienee with Harrison Reams hns been sick f.n.ii.. Tiita i whf ui iminv family wlio h no hnd flu nro dlo Tailor's ! - N's--t i i.t,.- - inn .- Dr. Will Jones t ite, acorn.-- of It O Tajlor, thence Mis Lola drucgists no and recommend Hi b out againbut is better now. - "neSlS lUapoles and 18 Coui-l- i Rouiedy Was over from Wijdie sday. "ll," tn 'o';'Reams has been the jniist of GliiinibiTliiiu's stone, theme bIS K2l) poles imkd .1. H. Tones, a well known dmy .Mill Lucas sold W. IJ. ba lor a inul 12 links to a sfemo, a corner or R O Rovy Muilins for a few days. yist of (Jubruii, Ky., wiv. "I tierroiiMiu Mrs Fl en also cm 1 .11 nerron. i u lot. thence ... ... ..... .. . .. "jei-nni. Jarvis Owens is home from Sno liavo used Chnmberluin's Coufjh bnrso for ,St:r net' to the church with the chinch lot 'r poles Bennett School of London on Remedy in my family for the I'roctor has flu. anil 19 links to a stone, tlienee Sl-- 2 WIS and found it ' npeountof the lln I V Inhnsoii .past seven years poles unit 15 linlCn to a sione. thence Don't get cold feet Get a pair 2 WlO poles and Jl linKs to 11 stone, :. ...... s..i, ...i.i. o.. m ti U the best, rough medicine I have ever known of Overshoes to day at Fish's and th lice lilli I U poles to a utonu and hlaeK M)lil a cow to Vijjil .Mil!)- Muilins oaK, eorni-- to said e,raie yard, or save the doctor bill. bin h lot: thctiio Willi a line 'of Mine ins for $70. Ho is about ready ' NOS I'.IO pole and 1!5 IniKu to a JN 1 to leave for Trcmon, Mo. Tom rtone, 11 corner of I AI thence with lleri in's line S.(1 Uiiil poles to a Muilins, of Wither bought a liogj Thero was a larc crowd r ?' ..j" stone, thence SIS W14 poles and 7 rci and Uiree middlms of nieit from attended the Lucas A: Henderson linns to iv4toiie near an ash bush, a corner of I AI Ilerron ami W II I.ojjstoii: W 1). Muilins which set him .lo Wedn-i-da- y. Everything :QJ theiico with this I.ojjsion line S17W21 back $75. Mrs. Rovy Muilins sold for a yooil rice. Mr Joe WV polls At ers, a to n stone, with several o.ik pointcorner of Lofton and Dallas and family, Racnel Ponder and Adams and family have flu. A tlienee down the and Mrs. W B. Cummins took dinner m. Hiatt was up from Brad JghS rwith the Dlllln-'hatline and the i i it rtw.- h ot a.ilii follfius: j.itty U'itln..L., Inbiaiieh . vrwiO i It'llSKi with Mrs Susan Reams Monday. j,eilci Wtdncsday. Dr. Carter . in;tin ... V .. ....t-.' Vsi n-- - oiiii' ni.i.iaiii' F??lifl .v l"T - cm.. siwi.oii-.-.'.- i us&v. .. - . Mrs. Iithel Banks,. dauirnter of tmu fulioil nn.'..jr tn nttw) .Mr KfWF rf JT7 -- - r . in -V w (.".V." .'...'l. " 1'i.i.t i i VC-Ji-i iiMi.M5.HiKs tottbUKe. N.0 W4 poles V. M. Head, died at her home Henry Parkerson, ho sif.-(.Ttra r.frr.v niinirt .'-V- ' "sTrk. Mr.r.nd Mrs HoomanSav. RfS iiK. toa'shb.: x:s V7 ,, ,, JS'ii?'-,'- ' stale, SU;) 2 W7 polos and iiliiks ton rSUs i were brouirht to BruMi Creek to nr in Flnroa last week. it W4 jidies and S links to a She Mrs. Laura Lear purchased a, V&M the Briar tield Cemetary. stake, S2 WO poles and 12 links 10 a W.'i poles and 12 links to tho s'ake. Sill leaves a husband, two children, cmv nt the Lucas sale for 150. !'; inning, eonialniii),' lilij iicti-g-, more and o host of friends to mourn MrS M W. Boyd is numbered or less Sils to be made 011 a credit, of six her loss. The remains of f,eo. with tho sick Chas. Sargent was gWM 'uoames; months required to I'urcli.itel- v ill Mammons, who died at Halmont, in Mt. Vernon Monday. Misses SB--I i... bond with apj ruled seeuiit.v for ., the pavnienl of the pureluise innnu'v, to last Tuesday, was brought here, Verla and ISlsie Smith, who tiro --xrJ-,. tnatm-e-i-t-. have the force and elTect of a jiidj.'iiient, toawait the arrival of the remains attending school at Brndhead KCi in your OVFHgnL beat in; lcif.il interest from dalo of sale, with a lien reserved on said land until of his brother, Milford Hammons, spent tho weelc end at home with rh& mouth Jf:5SfeJaaft.Aj all the purchase tnonej is paid light, Vjr who died twenty four hours later, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim O S Griffin, Miiittei' Commissioner, (lnf?e.ter.2r They were both burned at Flat Smith. The family of Clennio Rockcastle Circuit Court . ".. t. cal.er, biscu;:s and w I' Rock, Sunday. Rev. Rovy Mull- - &igmon have flu. B T. Young doughnu-.that just il ins conducted the funeral s,er. and Green Lovings were in Rich Commissioner's Sale keep yon f.anfjing .V n very s,ad thing to m,)nd last week vices. It was The three small fjjM 'round tho k:r.try .., v. .' ..' ... . T" see two brothers budecMU the children of B. T. Young are very ail made v.v.'.j e ttocKCi.-juitrcuu Louri. K : .. u w c im n n i:w 1.. saiue urae. s,ck with colds. MrsUfcBow I QHiJ'MkVBMH'- - "VjIVtWI?, ii..i..:ir 11 iMimm iHuurcu, 1 itinuiu, yyi hull IWm-ne- r ipavB-wucnHauglftCtrTlrs .. .fc..iMwuio. &!. M. cii:::::Q P317d:ii Milford was single They are ,l0hn Shivel this week. Mrs. issjj tho s.fp ,:,,i"1 Hel1011 vtc" Uefrmlants most V A ', gono but not trrgotten. The .c.ff Holman very sick- .- Harve I'ftTilfT cconcniiiil piir.st, Try "2 'AJ Ily Ir ue c.Ttii jmltiunt 11ml nnlcr ut .i'e ti.id. K fet ut M of tin- oe' iiiniic t. ircnit ' unit, nmli-reiwife of Robt. Leager died last Berry was in Livingston last iV.3'.' it failure:!." Mlt3 the Il (b mr I'trm ilijulirrenf. in tlicnliniitl(-ill oil iioo.Uy, Saturday night at their huinejwoek on business fe SHI Miss Anui 4UJ Youwvovilicai-aubiiylt.. Dt dl litU(riitliuliuiirs.if RA i.ik u.u near Cove. She was hurried at( h0c smith is able to be out again f.JPJ.V Vo .rt. ...t... juu .. iv. ,.,, rirt i nl I i.Vi h'J pin. i.t. tlie flout diinrlocivk. ... ... .... ... ol .tin-' HtsMl . i f. i imiri i:uuse in .iir. i erumi, iy preceen (( mr'cg.'r.ts ao live been r r New Bope.G. N. Wyckoff ljas'f,ur several days illness -- Born . li .etc lib uud best nonraved o'r'a.ly by the ti llie : n ft.ljuii U. S. rood biddir, tlio ilescribeu jirojit-rtyreturned from Chicago. The to ,i,0 wi.'o of Ardio Burke on Ytrmr?srir7ia rmniTv 13. .i. The 11.1 : .lid Inuatrd in Iliioiitt's rj:3-iti v MWMi Winchester Granite Brick Co the 20th.. a baby girl. Mother 011 tlie rs nf i.ou.KlMmu- - ( reek in K ill ixT. .uuwiiui JV i" i:ni'l.e.isile(iiiii.. K).. 'il ul iIiiib b.iunleil; Ufx'T has started up again. Mns Cleo unj i.bu doing' well. -- W M. if. S3.cs?asv rr.j Ut lril. HipiiiunKat Martin s staying with Mrs W. D. McQueen and Mi-- s Hol'e Lunct- II en lur .11 Mi e lino's lint-- ; luili in lhe iilil'lu)lir in.i .'iiiie Muilins lor a week or 'So. They lVrd were married at the home of bite; ilieini' hinili.(ht tiiu ti!c utb Iiiek i.r pmnuo; ili.in ue.t t a while, oak the bride Wedr.pjay. They hush t Mi'if (mil. line, tlitiici For CROUP, COLDS, In il.i liii.iiiiii'.., ciiiil.tMiini' ,4 j'2ni'ris. have many friends who wish thorn INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA - Kcoiill '.'uil'llni'l. I hitinct niljoiiis the happiness in their married life Modcfiitoold keep Ju of Uiaaie'i VapomriiUu iibiiie ilesenbiu Inul uiiil U liniili-i- l on lhe Uirt coDTtntent. Wteo Croup, lofldctiza or I'rea -fk. f ".'i iinrth ik-- t ii,iind i jioiiniltd 11s follovs; in This is the fourth wedding inorda tbreitfo tblidelittitfiil ilr rubUdwell lata i liiinniii,' mi the le of this In nil itio throit. ctett and andrr the armi, wilt relterc the ((iriier. enri.er Mr. McQueen's familv in the last ul the llilu'e loiil.oiui cboklatf. break cooxcttloa and promote rc?tfuJ ilecp. ul () lnliMin'ri I.11.1I. ilu-- i ee vet -' roils uith four weeks Homer Singlclon rn.ul to u t.jiotted ink lornir, lhe liitiiny us in uiibuibi nt line piiinti-r- , lsoJ aby .Mnnia has been very sick for tlio last III Ininle.i's (mm ovine :iliiij; thi'iii-i- ' miiiiIi jl mils to it j ijil.ir rew days. Virgil Hunt was over wm. wr sum int oralis sliiiiiiiu 1'r lliinley's line(iiuu Martin 30c; tOttJ )l M tt iS ih iloni u tat prtpU ly from Marelburg Monday and linej, ihine.- - I. Mi nl tu a ttmie ill said DrnmaPrugCo. N. Wllkoboru. N. C. Oib.iiii s bii wlili white inK mid liieloiry liomrht n spin of nodes from W. Miiiiin's, iiiirkul ns iioiiitirs; tlienee whii i Jteu'i only a :,M".ff cf nh-iii.Jr at- - until t;tw dlrnrJCT. ,rc e. r H It Kocln'.i'tle Uicuit Com t Maputo Wren, Guurdiau of Hazel Muilins, &c, 1'lnlntllT. vs : Notice of CommisMoiar's Sale lliizel MullilH, By virtue of a nnlcri f i tc tc, - Connnlktiers Sale, Dof ndnnts. Koi-ueustl- fle.f ii- l judgment mid ordur of sale of the - 1 rntt f,nri ti.,,.l,.r..il iif ill.. February rrin. 19 to, thereof. 111 j i 1 O-c- .ir M r ji oiH-iK- lloi-kcits- ilorei-IK-i- ! , the above stvlfd cause, the undersmiled will, on Mondnv March 1? IQ20, bstwucn tho hours of o cmck iiud 4 o'clock p in , at. an flout door oftliocourtliou.se Mt. Vernon, Ky., proceed to expose to public srle, to the highest and bc.ot bidder, the following (U scribed ptoportj: 1 I see how flexible bend rr vrc8 Roofing: Carey Mica-Kot- e is for those who want a longer lasting1 roof the best THE of is miulc ofproduced grade Woolfcll , t body of this durable 3vs?5sfc - PM A two-thir- ds 1 lietv-ei-- Ad-un- tlii-ne- s - en-ek- DUDLEY NEWS of land in Rockcastle county, K on the waturs of Roui d. sioneCreek and boundidas 111 lows: lieinniug at a stake in the I.. N riirht of.wa mid in the cm ter of Clav's Dick Lirattrh; thence imerest in a tract see the durable felt and asphalt cut It-- W t j - rr 2 - t!nlnni. .,- l.-- I'-- Wi-d-i- . '' ' j i l! r HIA , 1 . I EW J 3-- " 3-- 1 0T 1 I tm vrw m . -- is'ery Vk o O SCws' ..Ja?;. S-O-- -ri d ." tiu-and-- ;,,, ...".vm.--.it-h 1 -t 1 1 Htii-a-,Tr- " - ''3 jtAXd - hefciud a ueu.Hiiuns rK r-- jfc-. j' water gip; thence N47I40 Doles to .a store 011 the cislsidt nf tin tead; therce with the roid Xv 3 5 poles ton stump; X 2fi2 poles; N33F.34 2 5 poles.. NJSK24 2.5 poles; N 7 Hi 3 3.5 poles; Xl5j4i5 polos to a stone and 11W white oak mid sweet gum pointers; S50J4 W56 4 .s poles to intake at the corner of the fence; N2H W2J. pohs to the creek; X521'.: Col. W. V. Walton, prominent Et4 poles; X.'Wia poles; X5b state of O'.iie, City of Toledo, ' Lucas County, .s. W25j poles; X2I14 poles; 8S0 politician and news paper man W7 is poles to the beginning, Fraok J. Cheney maket oath died ut Lexington Wednesday. acres, more thstlio is senior pirttu-- of tl e For twenty-fii-- e containing 3844-10years he was or less lirm of P. J. Cheney & Co., do ng editor of the Intenior Journal bale to be made on a credit of 6 Purchaser will be ro business in the City of Toledo, and later editor the Frankfort months. quired togive bond witu approved Uounty and State aforesaid, and btnto Journal which he sold security for the payment of the that said tirm will pay the sum of nhout tenyenrs ago. Col. Walton purchase money, to have the force ON'F. HUNDRED DOLLARS for Wiis candidate) for Secretary or and effect of a jungiiient. bearinj. LSLiii.uUJjJtic. Jime-a-ihos..tjieiV !' , ... lirll IITIUrt' .... Mil fJ tlltlil- IJ ..ilir-- . .IJiJl'LyeOLeLQl111.1'-1-use irEKI- i..lA.UAJin.-Iw-t. .7.1....:.... resei veu nn sum iiinii titat cannot oe. cured oy t;w.. uuuuuia uuu ..u.i .. ueauiiuarters . : ... wnu ii i.. en r h.-- unul a" tie.flijTci.nSt!. 11,fflerts of paid. KUANK I. CHENliY. " 'CINE. G. R Gtiflin, to before moandsub-- ' Sworn nsr mi Arm vx -- A Menim Master cnminissinner. scribed in my ptesence, this 6th Vist.i Middle, sometime Monday Rockcaste Circuit Court day of December, ' "'h'"'. 23"'. bom my horse which A.D. 1S66 and went B"1 J01"!5 in A. W. GLEASOX, "f "'J Spr.ngs. Notary Public. (Seat; Wanted: Men or Women to Ho-came 10 my homo near . ;. Hall uiturh Medicine is tak- - Brotn TU(f!,dlly llloriljnK without take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guir en internal.y and acts through the siddlc. I will pay 2. reward auteod hosierv, full lines for men, tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces for any information leading to its recovery. he center seam was Send for women andchildren Eliminates of tho ripped a littl. Rear half of pad momals, free. darning. Wo pay 50 cent an was newly covered with striped F. J. CHUNEY&Oo, hour for spire time or 24 dollars bed ticking It found, write or telephone C V. .Owens, Bromo.Ky Toledo, 0. per week for full time. Kxperi-eucSold by all druggitts, 70c. unnecessary Write Inter Get your TRADE" CHECKS Hall's Family Pills for consti ready. national Stocking Mill Norris tiring them to town town, Pa pation. , osiorrow about one o'clock. I'-'3 with .Mid tight of wav S14 W49 poles; bg W8 poles; SWq pole , S36EE9 35 poles, bnESpole-- ; bi5h'63 p. les to a stake at tin 0 coaling oniola.splinll. Intothis liolu.splialLis imbedded a thick coaling ODDlo It to l7.fl nomcs.uarns. of Mica, which is rolled in under heavy rr i pressure. This Mica makes the ZHm factories. eta anil almost wear-proo- f. Xoojiij It requires no paint and w ill give you long service al extremely low cost. Tell us what sort of building you wisli to roof and we will advise which of the four weights is best uduplcd for it. CcP in the Carey FcllMill. TliisWopl-fe- lt is thoroughly saturated with the most durabb and clastic compound and then both sides of tho shceLaro given a thor-oug-ht .T. PROCTOR l r 0 L I ....,. - 1 id. I . BDI w-K- m.c t"" T o moiy---p3m- ic.u ''c I ! o lufffputwoaif ki v ,;(TTTP!Hr .:. 1 1 i - 111 I Hoi-Iii- si , uulilti-oik&tiiiii- mgt wv s 11.1 t-- rUDLH. I 4 SALE I I 111 Nouth-rak- (ws1" Hi iinrili-eaits- u ti- have decided to go West and will offer my farm of seventy acres at Public Auction on 's said (uliMiii's line X' rutin tu the begiiiiiini; for nil at rnlj;e in.nl, einiliiliui g L'u ai-ri-. 4 acres lint limn 1I1 s iu liens in by mild ell' tu Ake dray uud liuw uwic-Sale in be nmile m a crtilll of nix mouths. I'liii-hiise- r will he required to Kite bunJ with Mfiniiy lor the imyiiient of the iiiiiu-i- l inoiu-y- , tu lute the lortu uutleflVct imieliase ul 11 jinlt:iiiiiit, lieallli' It'Kul Intel est fr ml dale ol Mile, with a lieu rtieiu-i- l on mill land until all the puriliu-t- i money ispilil. 0 3 lirilllu, tiuhter l.'oniiiil.sioiKi. lloekiastli- - Clicuil Court. edoesday, March 10th Farm lies 2 Miles East of Brodhead and 3 Miles West of Mt. Vernon ON BOONE HIGHWAY Good new house, will have nine rooms when finished. Tobacc barn. Good limestone land, will grow anything that yau plant Will also sell 2 good work mules, three and five years old. One mare, ten years old, will work any place. One Jersey milch cow, good one, seven years old. One red cow, ten years old. Both giving milk. Three heifer calves, One red male calf, Seldon auto, One No. 13 J Oliver turning plow One mowing machine and hay rake, J corn drill, I cultivator, sorghum outfit, good as new, double shovel, break cart, 13 stands of bees, farm wagon, J light spring wagon, I cutting box, for fodder Household and kitchen furniture, Work harness, Other things too numerous to mention, Some corn. seven-passeng- Aha I11I111, u TISE UNIVERSAL-CA- Commissioner's Sale R The Ford Model T One Ton Truck is in reality a necessity to the wide awake retail grocer, not only for the economic solution of the delivery problem, but for the bringing of goods from the docks or stations to his place of business, and for traversing the country and bringing in produce. For ycare the Ford One Ton Truck with its splendid manganese bronze powerful Ford Model T Motor, strong Vanadium steel frame, has been serving in every line of business activity, and we have yet to hear the first complaint as to rear axle trouble or motor trouble. It lias the lowest purchase price on the market, and the cost for operating and maintaining is exceedingly small. In fact, the Ford One Ton Truck has become a business necessity. Leave your order with us without delay. We will give you prompt attention and assure you reasonably prompt delivery, and give you an after service that vill insure your continuous operation of the Truck. worm-drive, l'lututill'a, ('ounulmloni-r'i- i Bale, k; Niilk-iiciPefenilunt. Hubert Ciiikrell, lit tlrtiie of a jiiilKiiiiut and order of kuIu die l.oeni'.i.Ili' Court, red at tlie Keli. ol iiney 'leriu, ll'.'u I hereof, In die nbove styled euiise, the tiiibrliuil will on Mouduy, Mnli la, Itlja.btlweintke liouraol luclo " uud 1 ii'ibiek ii in ut tlie fr ut'duurot llio court Iiiiiim- - in .Mt Vernon, Ky, proceed to ( lie hndirtt iic tu iiiihlii- - Mile, 10property; bidder, the fii.loniuj,. One bt loialtd in llieT. n of I.lvluekton, IliifKe.i.tle (unlit), Ktntui'Ky, unit on the i.ist itiils tit Hutu .treit, and Uuuuiled un fob low i.; Uoliert (Viku'll, b) Jriinie Dil.iell. lib ;ii tr.il 111. aiulJiiiiiitt Cuekrell, iinllvl bially. Kuekriistlu Circuit Court. er one-hors- e, five-shov- el (,ut l!oik(.ille t'oiiutv, kbit-- of Main Mi One lot bieatt-- low ; hi tiiu Town of I.lvlngton, b'entueKy and ou the lit, uud bounded u fol- BRYANT BROS MT. VKItaON. JCV. ,ilA$I,tt1"o, iMJi PI , H' M33 ss i3?& Allrt L lLVs-J(Tt!f- - i iat3CEiirs:s 5Pra Ire U llowuiiii mid c oekrell, Nt7 K'.'.M feet to a kiuko iu line of I, ami N Kit rii;lit'of.way; llieuec with mini- - .N41 '.' W1W feel tu a lake In kill I Hue. uud corner to the lirt cnuk kind;; tbliie : uiik line of mild Wi'iW J fl lo the lniniiinK k'liet, ioiialiiliii: 0111-- uudluac tiklf aerm, worevr llildnnlii),' ntuiliiki- In the line of Malu ttreet, lituuuiiiii; cirnir of Lot 31, oUucur ntr to lhe liikl eiiik. ktreet; thence with Hue tu a nf.Muiii klieet K-- I'.UV ft and 8 kiake mar ml north of the utore boiine; I In nee with ti ilhi.lon him niuile by Coiiiuilt ii.nern In Ihedivuiuiiof the lauded e.Iute of lui-lie- TERMS on land, '; i sr l rrsS7vwWtSA pvBjJWff?; iSHtti' ;ri-L isa'v - Sjle tu - iiunb- - vi ii creglt of 6 inonthi. Piirilia ir will be riiikiiml Lueivuiboud uith lur the payment of the ujiji tiit-irllect filiri'liii.e Ilium-.!- , tu blur the Idrt'l-lllb- I..L. IV.". I I .i cash, balance in two equal payments, Stock and tools on good note, six one and two years. months, at 6 per cent. one-ha- lf i : nf a JudB' ueiil, bearing It luturi.t from date of kale, Willi a lieu rcnerveJ ou nalil i until the puiiliun-monelaud U i (irilliu, M iktwr liimiuutinutir, A. L. Thompson A. M. t Kuvkvittle Circuit Court. Sale begins at 10 M T. '''( ' ."A Down nnd Listless Condi Second Grade: Sallio McKcnzic, tion May Mako You a Target Sadie Ping, Matrie Price, Eliza Lee Mullins and soveral other Mr. Henry Vanhook, of near beth Davis, Lclia Hysinger, Anna For tho tho "Flu" up "No. 7q" wntnnf. citizens of Livingston wore here Quail, met with a sudden and 7 want toCommunli Noe. on- - wlthHlONAL today attending court. Because Blooo la Probably tragic death, when his dwelling, Third Grade: Vola Gutnn, Earl is You ought to see FISH'S without warning, fell in. Thin Mrs. Cromer, Grace Mullins. Lilllo $39 75 SPECIALS, beforo buy. Vanhook was seriously injured one A I THIS TIME OF DANGER, Winstead. ing your spting suit. PEPro-MiANGATAKE also. Sixth Grade:, Kathryn Welch, week, as Ask for tiude checks. IT BUILDS RICH, Edna Proctor, Evelyn Guinn, BEREA MAN BADLY Oscar Thomas and Miss Nellie movie. RED BLOOD William Landrum, Harry Sparks, BURNED Kirby of Walaco, Madison County Louitviuc & nhilii n. n. co. Jack Baufle, of the West End, Burdette Brown. No matter how well you were married at tho homo of the after Nellio TIME TABLK. Cox, bride last week. They will reside Bcrea, fainted Monday morning Seventh Grade: are, if temporarily you're at Disputanta Pearl Mize, Lula Penniz.Ella Mae run down, you'ro a larger for 5 18 p ra '2 nortd and fell with his head under the a His Sowder. 21 north 8:35 am the influenza. Little Dick Williams of the grate in ins sitting room. even ,3 .south Gonova Cox, 12:33 pro Spark Quarry section took unto hair was nearly burned off his Eighth Grade: Contagion always gets listless Anna Van people first. 12:45 a m himself u better half, lust week head. He was delerious for Robort Cummins, A doutb a to guide realWhether The brido was a Miss Williums hours. 1 he accident would have Hook, Lillian Cox. Agent, of Laurel County. Ias. Landrum, been fatal had it not been for hi- Ninth Grade: Reca Hysinger, ize or not, their blood - ;hin and last, as hope seemPhone No. 8. in uo Midition little daughter, who saw him fall Louise Landrum, Dorothy Al undernourished Samuel Prewitt, son of the late and her cries attracted tlie to fight off tho germ-- , it moots Bones" to'c fW-ed hopeless, turned house with nlfrfil at the lit Vernon, Ky. Postotlce Stephen Prewitt, was here this mother who pulled him from bright, Lillian Fields, Ina Mead everywhere. moll matter. as ccon1-c!aperfect makeup ,nd adapted week from Houston, Texas whore under tho grate. ows, Lillian Griffin, Mary Elizainside a It is a wise precaution to uxa jokes. Kvcrv ; lid his part he is located in the Garage busiBcrea Citizen. beth Lawrence. 11 gobd tonic at this ness. time of dan- well, but Master J. G. Macliael PERSONAL showed the Eleventh Grade: Rosa Gentry. NOTICE gersome builder of did tho "Buck and Wing 'until Let Taylor Toiler j ou once and Mrs. Floyd Miller and children label. Dr. M.K. Pennington will he in Twelfth Grade: Marion Kiucaid, red, vigorous blood, like Taylor will miler ou always. the house went wild. V L. Durliiivo flu Seo the now Spring samples at Brodhead, March ist, todo dental Bonnie Nicoloy. Man gan. revealed ham sotno peculiar work. If you have work that yon Bo 's Declamatory Contest Mrs R. L Langford and Fish's to day. And if you did not think of this phages of fcinnine gince and addhim there on will be held want done incut March 12th. This in time if vou ar- - now recoverchildren have flu Wude Durmnn and Miss that date, as he will be there life ed much weight to the cast. C. change is made so that tho boys ing from a fight with influenza Maggie Smith, daughter of Mr. only one week. Cooper was in Arthur C. Davis left his dignity at home may attend the Older Boys Con tried und Mrs. lames Smith of the to on Tuesday. Ralph Griffin has resigned as ference, which is to be held in your blood will need help for and did toine s op? fiat revealed Hiatt section, were married at weeks after you think the danger much art etc. tried coat Messrs Tate, Mrs. W. H. Uvesay, who has the home of the bride Wedncs Assistant L&N Agent and will he Somerset, March 5, 6, and 7. is past. day. Wo wish them every found at hjs fathers store. Davis, Richerds and Cox caried been very sick, is better. Cecil Furgeson is the new Assist- About sevm of our High School Take no unnecessary csances tho care-frejjy of the negro's George Frodricka, wire and happir ess. boys are going to Somerset. ant Agent. call said Get Pepto-Mangaand start tak- soul to the heart of the audience Win. "Buck" French writes children tiro down with llu. Mr. John Lair is at home sick ing it today. The eighteen months old babv Pepto-Ma- n trom Lipan, Texas, that folks in is an with wealth o song Pinkertou, Mrs. Othu Cox, of Ottawa, th country are putting it out their boy, Eugene, of Mr. and Mrs this week. effective blood builder that has out of the silent Inbrynths of tho died Thursday night of flu. natdens and the weather is tine. James Lawrence, died on SaturThe Junior Girls made $19.45 had the endorsement of physiPink Studio' ' brought some of long .hard Mrs. T. B. Lnir, John Lair and He states ho has gained 24 pounds day morning, aftei a on their Washington Tea last cians for years. tlie weird and wonderful myster Pneuin weight since going there three fight against Broncinai Cecil Ramsey all have the llu. monia. A short funeral service Friday night. This money is to Pepto Mangan is sold by drug- ies known only to the soul of tho months ago. H. D. Hopkins, frow Corbin, was hold at the home on Sunday bo spent in buying clothing for gists in either liquid or tablet magician. It ivus a great night. Tomorrow about ono o'clock afternoon at ono o'clock, after some of our own students. was in Mt. Vernon last week. form, just as preferred. There The auditorium of the High the merchants of Mt. Vernon will which the bodv was buried at the Paiont-TeacheMr. Eli Ping, farmar, of Otta give away FREE about $50. Uvesay burying ground. The Meeting at is no difference in medicinal value. School was packed, and then wa, died of llu on Monday night. worth ot Season Tickets good at whole community sympathises School Building, Friday March But be sure you get tho genuine some other folks came in Great the White and Meyers Chautau .Lawrence. jfl. 5r 2:3041- - m crjcodilaioa..oi joy- - ran -- down .- - U'illifun-BiJtofl.Ask for4JE8!aHras!SkW qua which is fo bejn Alt. Vcmov their bereavement. Pepto-Manga- n and be .. is with his sister,. Mrs. Wade. H. next July.- - - " IT PAYS TO PAY CASH " MT. VERNON HIGH SCHOOL name is on the package. rowed by dull care. The door l.ivesay. A. L. THOMPSON SALE Mrs. Annie E Miller, of this Accredited Class A. In addition to sale bill, I have For sale in Mt. Vernpn at receipts amounted to 77.04, all Mrs. Minnie Merrick is slowly place, has been appointed official Every worthy citizen of Mt. C. C. Davis Drug Store. of which went to "Near East JOHN WHITE & CO. recovering from a severe attack nbvuuiupm:i lu bile rwuubiiuu y j()r sale a good Range CooKn.g Stove, some nico Walnut Mirn-itur- Vernon will feel proud of the fact This fund has S442. on LOUISVILLE, KY. of influenza. Commission, Railroad Her Mrs. Tink Owens, of Burr, Relief." and a small grain Griss that our High School has been our quota cf $slo. Just a few Liberal asiortmMt duties will not call her away from Mill, never been used died at her home Wednesday Muster Daniel Cummins, tlio officially recognized, by McHenry home permanently, only neces more pulls at our purso strings and full value paid ton year son of Mr. und Mrs. sary to after an illness of five months of IslWMjLfMrf'JafcfclMM go'to Frankfort a day or Rhodes, High School Inspector, Stomach trouble. and he.irt strings and tho orThe burial Asher Cumisins is very sick. two each month '1 his is quite a as measuring up to every require took place at the Lovell buryjn phaned children of the "Near Hide and Aden Llewellyn, son of Atty. nice appointment and we are sure Oeat ln ruent for a class A high school. ground Thursday. East" may live to smile again. and Mrs. John R. Llewellyn, of Mrs Miller will fill the bill to The requirements are as follow: perfection. Miss Ethel Asbill has resigned McKee, died at Bcrea Hospital Two-thirof the teachers her position as stenographer for We were very sorry to hear ot Monday. must be college graduates, or Look at those clothes the death of Mrs. Hugh McBee, C. C. Wlliams and will leave on Mr. William May, of Knoxvillo, of Brodhead, on Tuesday morn possess a scolarship equivalent you have on. Thoy are Saturday ot this week. Miss Tenn . was the guest of his ing. Mrs. McBcenaa been very thereto, and all teachers must Asbill Send them to dirty. has Uen in Mt. Vernon for low for some days. W. H. McBee ousin Miss Norine Barnett last meet the requirements of the threo years and has many friends and David Craig, brother and uday. Cooper State law as to scholarship. The here who are very sorry that she half brother to Mr. AIcBee laboratory must possess Si5P.risJfadttijf- - She isfficient ! Mrs. Harmon Skid have been making dailv trips to Wo do. your Cleaning, north ot material Ana tne ret uusiness woman ana nas a ennam urn Sulphur are with tne nnme. ine aeatn is peculH Ci?tMHKrC"'ir "1 V. sB Pressing and Repairiug. v go and Mrs. Cam Mnllins for iarly sad as Mrs. McBee left etence library must have not less ing personality. The appreciasr H m tion, friendship and best wishes six children. than $75. worth of books. few days. Ttj ? riiVl No a If we don't satisfy you df the good people of Mt. Vernon as. TWBW7",Pyflf'?L)nny'rl it doesn't cost you any other high school nearer than the jvill Hysinger wenF to 112 Millions' a Mrs. JacK r CLH i.i i www . follow Miss Asbill wherever 'vis; n thing. London High School has attained .n. ru aaat Monticello yesterday to seo lier she may go. bSW'a""-4to class A efficience and very few sfc 'y mother, Mrs. Francis, who has used last Parcel Post parcels given fet-iin this part of the state have pneumonia. to KILL COLDS special attention. reached this rating Egbert Gadd, brother of Mrs HILL'S Davis Ahnuy, of the Jhonettu 'Phone it. to section, died of flu in Haniilh n CASCARAl QUININE Oliio last week. . Mrs. S. T. Proctor's mother An Athletic Association has 0OMIDE t been formed for Mt, Vernon, with Mrs. Mullins is with Mrs. Proctor Standard cold remedy for 20 ycara tho object of oromoting all athfor a visit, but has a severe case in lamer rorrn sale. sure, no breaks up a cold in 24 )piatc letics. The object of this assoof flu ut present. hours relieves crip In 3 days. ciation is not tocoull-c- t in any way Money back II it lain. The eenuine box nas a icea Little Miss Marguerite Mor with athletic programs of the op wiin Air, itm s When the talk turns from politics to railroads, schools, but to co operate with rick is back in Lnugdon School Ivil Inllnl) satV picture. In useforover40yearjt At All Drug Slort them for the advancement of clean and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks after beitigconlined to her room Thousands of voluntary athletics. Tho officers are as fol in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in for ten days with flu. letters from women, telllows: W. F. Baker, pres., Willie facts ing of the good Cardul the railroads," here are some hard-pa- n Mrs. Mary E. Elliot, of Liv Davis.vice pres., JamesPinkerton, been with her has done them. This is h,frston, has Directors, Arthur sec.treas to give him: Cooper, Willie Davis, Fred Mur-rel- l. the best proof of the value brother, S. E Hcllard, who has The organization started of Cardul. It proves that been very sick this week. American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile with nineteen members and is Cardui is a good medicine V, H. Fish and Mr. Joo Mr. meeting with a line interest. roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminfor women. Noo received the Entered Apals, freight and passenger trains everything RESOLUTIONS OF RBsPECT. There are no harmtul or prentice degree in Ashland Lodtso from the great city terminals to the last spike. drugs in ' Mount Vernon Lodge, No. 319 No. 640, on Monday night. Is composed Cardul. It I. O. O. F., in regular session, Tiiss. Elbert Durham, daughter only of mild, medicinal Feb. 21, 1q2o. , highway costs A good concrete-and-aspha- lt of Mrs. Elbert Durham, of Pine ingredients, with no bad Whereas Our Heavenly Father, $36,000 a milejust a bare road, not countHill, wis born Fob. 29, i9o8 in his infinite wisdom, has seen ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. We ure glad to find tnat this day fit to visit our lodgo with a death days af tea all. is like other TAKE summons, and cull from among Our railroads couldn't be duplicated toMrs. B0S9 Hauiiins Hopkins us our beloved brother, J. L. W. S Mrs. and Mr. and day for $150,000 a mile. Cooper, ou Feb. 16, 1q2o. Dickerson and little daughter are Therefore be it resolved: been organized to develop with Mrs. A. H. Hamlin this That, by his death, tho Lodgo They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile; week. has lost ono of his most faithful much less than vheir actual value. Seventy-on- e m Mt. Vkknon, Ky, Feb 27, 1920 SIGNAL VERNON wmmmmmmmmBmmcsmmmat Q. V. Owens bought a line cow from Mrs. Cooper for $tas David Abney J, of Disputanla was with uifc and Oscar Owens tlits week. n .HnM mh TRAGIC DEATH Graded School Notts INFLUENZA AND THE FrIrJSTREL HONOR ROLL Comes to Citizen of Quail Section. First Grade: Radical Oworis WEAK BLOOD Run 79 Mm ly i- - Wo weio 11. t oidably out of town on last Friday night, but from all reports, tho Minstrel was n scream from start to finish. All that was lif-uwhen we got home, and about all until now was. did yo-- t ro to the minstrel? All agree tint it was tho best thing that we have had, in the' way of amuscr " ?, for years. About lifteen of nr local actors revealed real talent us black faco We shall not glvol comedians tne complete en', nut are com pelled to give spef at mention of a few of the Kics. U. II. Miller, the middle mnn o- - interlocutor, was high up and fa nut with his part. John Lnir .md Will Davis, as the end mo "P an Bono" and The hardest" customer fo waif on the man who won't talk. We had last as mum a Suit Suit was shown without comment not nod us. At coat we out and well-know- n Pt-pt- Brand Fish Win-Chest- er e Presto, the statue started turned to talk to talk on the bought the suit and he'd again. Spring Suits are ready $25 to $50 rs pf Penta-Maagan- sure-thu'r5'"'- -''-" 1 e, MRS LADIES and GENTLEMEN ds Shops -- EaagTSg. I H J year il vio Mt. Vernon Athletic Association wSfk .vinv nyigMKxaa ftin.M SEE R. M. Mullins THE TAYLOR W Weak Women Ikejrcoisldii't be built twige$7l.ooo u MOUNT VERNON ASSOCIATION habit-formi- ng ATHLETIC after-effec- ts. has LOUAL Logan Bryant was in Cincinaltendiug a nati Wednesday, Ford Convention. Good Roads discussion was very prominent on the program. and other Athletics. Grounds will be put in condition at once Base Ball GARDIfl The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardul. Surely it will do for you what It has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. I read of Cardul, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do ray work. I take it in the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. 1 It Is the best tonic I ever Gladys Mink, of Conway has watched other children celebrate their birthdays, but she is going to knowhow it feels to have a birthday for the firt time on February 29th. Georgo Bullock, who carried the Hansford mail for quite a while, came homo from Louisville a few days since, with flu and died at the home of his father, near Hansford, Thurs. afternoon Sun-day, Charter Membership Initiation Fee $1. closes Monday Night regular meeting Dues 50 c members, and upright. That, tho family has lost a devoted husband and father. That, the community has lost ono of its best cit zons. That, a copy of theso resolutions bo spread on our minutes; a copy bo sent co his family, and u copy be printed in the Mount Vernon Signal. ( R. E. Sowders. Committee H. R. Bnrtie-- . thousand dollars day will buy one locomotive. i-- r ... V, V. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at $155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries is $100,000. I 's Low capitalization and high operating effici- (j. B. Cummins ... IX Tender your donations to the Association as soon as convenient to''assjst in developing athletic fieldj purchasing equipment Headquarters, MicKenzio Blclg., .South end depot FOR THE CHILDREN: i 'cine tor children, cised in selecting a cougi!medl It should be pleasant to tako, contain noibarui fuldrcgand most effectual Itrcur ing their coughs and colds Long experience has.shown that'Cbiuif berlaln'a Cough Remedy meets) theso conditions. It is a favorite with many mothers. Too much cam cannot bo 'exer- DOLLARS AIND CENTS. Counting it in dollars and cents how much did that last cold cost A man may not always you? stop work when he has a cold, but perhaps it would he better il he did. It takes about ten days to get completely rid af a cold under ency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. i ft1 Qfiis advertisement is published by tlie Association ofRailway Gxcculives Thou Jtiirinf Informant the usual treatment menu That time can bo much shortened by Cough taking Chamheruin's Remedy and proper care of your self, in fact, a bottle ot this reme dy in the house is a mighty good investment during the winter and spring months. v yf saw." iryaraui. I. TO nuumlnt tht rallrmJ tttuatif All Druggists may tbtain liltralurt bf writing It Thi AttteiatUn Railway Etttutlvn, 61 Brtadwaj, Ntw Ytk SA1WI I i tlti '&Cm t ywmrjp rwjrwmM 'r "u j"f m'M mrMfa H. T. YnuriR, K. PurUorson, IW.I Dmitli, ' Had You 4 Th- - ..ght and ready 4 a " P. 0. Watt. M II Ky. i NOTIC13. RO0KCASTLB3 CIRCUIT To kecpyourself satisfied, vvel!-hcal- cd to meet any emergency, you should start a bank account. And, keep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion by starting an account with us today. No m tter how small. Muim,' " l,;v'i"'et, uny sst.iveiMon, l.tiiiisur, J Parsons, .loss Uvcsiy, Win Uvosiiy, lMi . it it COURT. T. J. NH'KLBY. Ailmr of A. G. Plalutig, Helton. vs: ROSA HELTON & OTHKRS, Defendants. Notice is hereby Riven that the undersigned will, on Saturday, the 6th day of March, 1920, at the 13 mk of Ml Vernon, hold sittings for the purpose of hearing proof of claims ngninst the estate of A. All per G. Helton, deceased. sons holding claims against tho estate will please file the same, l'his Fob. so, 1920. G. S. Griilin, Commissioner Rockcavtlo Circuit Court. NOTICK. A ".. ii Vernon, Ky. f Three things are essential to your success Back of Your Success A Our motto is, "Apprec;..'.:on, considera! S, UvsliiRcr, tion and coustesy". Long v- ris, but every 'W sums, Virile Hunt, individual knows wnat they i n. Win Taylor, ,V"i - Miitutbnrjj, Ky. " 1 i I Th Bank of T. J. NK L'res. Rftt W. L 'apnori rV!;D3,Cf shier i ATK, Asst. Cashier Quail, Ky. Chan, ilurton, Route No. i, Crnb Ouliu-tl- , Ky. Can- - Gibbons, Willailia, Ky. 15 I' Gentry, Ottawa, Ky. 1 i 8 A A Bank BaFance Bank Acquaintance Bank Credtf GKO. S. GR1KFIN, Vico I'res. V. C black barrow shoat, weighing about 60 lbs. strayed to my place about Nov. 15th. Owner &38S3m!SBB8maB3B2S P I). Grimes, lesidiiiK two can net same by paying for keep "COLORS re!orp or nnlye colon RAINBOW" OF A miles north of town, does not i ran lrel and this advor;tisraent claim to bo n sciuntific dairym&n, SWISS DYEING SAVES III V1NG W. H. Jones, Wildie, Ky. Clotlillm that lins folliil (rum mil mid iiiiki tnut to co it In n clc.mer. but lu wisbos thf othor boys to Swlai ClennlnK Hns No I. ial know Hint be is m the ninc and FouRhnt 5 miles from Mt. MEN'S GAKMCNTS REPAIRED FREE t is ypttuif,' fairly good results for Vernon, 10 acres Elberta peach cnl vli l"nrrel t orchard, second crop, set in check u '''"K dairyman. SWISS CLEANERS Ccnt-rn- I DYERS, Inc. During tlio & rousinfeet ap.irt Want every Plant! DOD Oth St. Office 017 lth Av. year 19 iy liu kept a record of his oilier balk cultivated in anything LOUISVILLL'. KY. little herd of .seven cos-fi- ve to suit renter, rnd if peach crop a sopara or lias uioi.t'. coming In 'Jerseys and two half Jerseys, rails, want all larmed. win lur-Cream Separator pvon w ek that tlio other farmer b'roni tbt'se seven rows he .sold uisli some tobacco land if renter 'lft.a llAllAfin does nol have, This money will cigbtysix cans of cream at an on Every wiU give n on ths truct fxpcncp-an- d keep tip lb avetage of $11 per can, which KOod man a bargain, in Rockcastle when hi crops ate sold he does brought htm $946; sold fonr W. M. Bullock, what thev brought calves for $1'20. and hns three tf not .spc-'tHansford, Ky. The fat ins tn Rockcistli county piyiiiK up di'bt- - that lne accuiu cab es left that ho would not sell Wanthi:- - Men"" or ""women aro not laro. Very few fti'im-imated Tbo'i ho lias the s. part for $15); fed the shim millc to ,0 take orders naiong friends and could alTortl to keep cows for tlio i'd milk left. Nothing has been. bogs which he valued at S.so. and neighbors for the jrenutne iruar- purpose of raNiiiK bfcf cattle talct'ii out of it except the hit values the Be- - anteed hosiery, full lines formen mnniiro at $30. alone The cow that nnses tlio Ilon.mt.ut.il HlllL. corn l.i.ml .ir'siii. . iw. nci.rt tifK..iM-- .r'niinnc nf women and chiliircn. Eliniin- ... ..W.W ...VJ ... u f. ........ v. .....W an darning. We piy calf must also help to raise the f(.L(, in lhis soparat- - cre,m iin 1, own family. j,I0uml This J- Jmlier... S2T. per . . . . . . ' lliLV I' 111 III' Til 111. lll'l a s,op tor calves is a total ot S1.31G revenue from Weck cd milk ami liaw full time. Experience fow ji.fi, ,..,.1 I"P soil or pij,s tmt is ils K,)0(i as the seven cows Would like to hear unnecessary. Writo. milk and l.utt.r from in,,k befoM, it Is M,MI,,le,i. Norris 'frollI nnyono who can beat national Stocking Mill. Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank 'mi2E. 1 Good Cream Record (l'.ilmoutli Outlook.) Our officers are ready to with you. co-oper- ate l'o-- I -- 1 HC p. A vTTTnjT yUlCl TD FlvJUJtv UTVYT i Farm I 1, . J 4 1 M.tt we-ltl- l s A certain merchant visited the store of his nonadvortflsiag competitor for one hour each day for fourconsccutivo davs. At length the nonadvertising merchant asked his visitor why he came in every day. The reply was, "I hope you won't mind. My doctor prescribed absolute quiet for an hour after luncheon each day, so I came hero ImmmmmmmmmWtmmammmilimmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmXmmmmmWl JfV HH. H sV7l7 jWHnHMMKiiliL&w Oils- V-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmj(El - X- A Visit from Friends - H W SjUV. V- v- ,!,. Wf;r?3iXLiizimtt ..v...!.1; tanner r who has tlinu1 or more yii T.77;. f I 111 I 1 . fr Inter-enoug- h C.C. ATTOHNBV-AT-LA- Williams W On2L-t:.nooro- W the tor very profitable. A five gallon submit the CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. whom they have sold separators, .. .. Mil can of cream will bring bun from peopio wnu nuver '"t" nave none. We aro llnt'n wnicli they tl itml'Amfklll ft I tit Imiimlu Eich three to twelve dollars pubbshmg these below, and xvo ,,;.ll()Ut it is Ijn,dllCeIi i,v n eh: can is tested for butterfataiul tho should bite for you to ask thi tlnntic. Mot ot them have amount of butierfnt determines ifi(1.. Ktlui 1trtt.j ttuuia ..il !.... j... li... ., .it; niuuiuja 1........1. (IiaI ,... ., rpi.rt """-'"til """" 1'.i'IMi: ih iiuvu iiitnu fii...iil.fl umiuiii- tun wuiiuiiiiui tin mum x" . ' hv the use of mineral ,hey they think of them. ,irfv wllat id which cow is profitable and, rr t ,'ers and strong cathartics that r 111c lououiiiK are owners 01 which one should be disponed of, taJ0 ,00 mm.h wlUor out of tho Th? good farmer milks cirly cream Separators, sold them by system and aggravate the disease A thev aro meant to relievo enough in the morning and late Shafer it Roberts. Vanbook, P.O. Brodhead.Ky. mild laxative tonic like Chamber cuoitgh at night thai it does not I.N. tains Tablets affords a gentle " " with his regular days 15dd Karger movement of the bowels that you work. He has to feed and milk Win. Johnson. hardlv reapze has been produced by the medicine, and their uso'is J. D Lamb, bis cows whether he has a not sojJikely to bo followed by " or not, thertfnro the Edd Honsiiju " constipation. " difference is that the farmer with R. S. ShivH. 1 Koborts, of Brodhend, to. ows can nuki. a Cteam Separa- and names of people to mynmttmmfi'1' .rK..i .nwiirt oiiiiiui ...... . .m mmiFLiky- For Sams: -- My place of 50 acres, moro or less, with good barn, dwelling and peach orchard, one- - mile east of Mt. Vernon. S500 worth marketable timber on place and in acres cord wood See or wiite J. C Moorej Mt. Vernon. Ky. ,JMr.YSXQ&.. OFFICE. Bank of Mt. Vernon, 01 Church St. Special atten tion eivon collections. Is Ahvays a Delightful Occasion. Here arc two friends who You wish to call upon you regularly throughout the year. know them well Your Own Home Ncxvspaper and Your Own Home Farm Paper. t Sinccboth are working tor the snmcench promote the best interests of your home and'eommunity life and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested in the following special offer : - 'pnoNf 8 3C I Mt. Vernon Signal and I ",vrc: -- I I L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds THE OHIO FARMER, OneYear 1 Fou "alk: A lot of good shock fodder, on Sparks Quarry farm, 30c per shock. See C D. Suttor or H. T. Young. Special Price to You Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing Only $1.50 int-ifer- o ; I sej-arat- or NOTARY PUBLIC MX VKRNON. icY. .mmm W.H.FISH New la Tfcalr At ' 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. Nw Uli. Their visits will be welcomed by every member of your home. - Mt. Vernon.Ky. MOUNT VERNON SIGNAL, mm i nc . jl jraiT1 en ctr 1 ivcnr: framwur. tuA3ruximRSkJKrsJivraiarcn.THbruMjvfumvKTnwBMtfr III The Smaller Cars- - and the World's Most Popular Tires No tires bearing the Goodyear name,not even, the famous Goodyear Cords which equip the world's highest'priced cars, embody a higher relative value than do Goodyear Tires in PUBLIC SALE As have decided to rent my farm and move to Louisville, will on I 1 the 30x3-- , 30x3V:.-- , and 31x4-inc- h sizes. Thursday, MARCH 4th At my residence, one-ha- lf la these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxweil, and other cars taking these sizes, are afforded a measure of performance and service such as only the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes can supply. All that this company's experience and methods have accomplished in these tires is available to you now at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these mile west of NEAR UNION SCHOOL HOUSE Sell Ottawa P.O. : at Public Sale the following personal property Wmk wfl T ill tires and for Goodyear Heavy TouristTubes. He has them. ? wMmsL SOxS'A Goodyear Double-Cur- e fabric, Fabric, Tread e itOO00 Z,J 30Tc3'i Goodyear Single-CurAnti-SlviTrcid d $1725 Goo.lycar Heavy Tourist Tubes aro thick, ttronc tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why rUk. a uood eating with cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of leu, merit. 30x312 iac '" water- - 3190 proof bag - J One good bay Mare, 7 years old, One black Mare, 5 years old, will work anywhere One sorrel horse, 3 years old One good Milch Cow, 5 years old, with calf by her side, gives lots of milk One Heifer, coming 2 years old, will be fresh in June 4 head of Hogs, weigh about 125 lbs. One fine Duroc Sow, heavy with pigs, About 250 bu. Corn Also some loose Hay 230 bales of Red Top and Clover Hay, mixed, Some Shock Fodder, About 10 bu. damaged Red Wheat,good for feed 6 bu. Buckwheat 2 Buggies and one set Buggy Harness, One Buggy, almost new Wagon, One set of Wagon Harness One Side Saddle, One old Cultivator, One Mowing Machine One Other farming tools too numerous to mention. Some household a nd kitchen furniture TERMS Made known on day of sale. 2-ho- rse 2-ho- rse SALE WILL BEGIN AT J -- JO A. M. wtwniiMini iii.iniinmiuwina -- ., wiwr" ubwiii - ' mm.mmt - - - umm suwinniMBiaaBHMHiBBHMBaaiHMsM --mmmmi. , M, , m. f) , M j lylWf Vm MriM IHiMtllMtA trtM. , i m ,, . vf. W G, COLSTON, Auctioneer JAMES W. BROWN