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Mount Vernon signal: March 12, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920031201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 12, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w1 JgPr 1 PwBONDr COME TO US FOR I POINTING w Sflnunl tm$u VOL XXXIII MT. VERNON, sir FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" COUNTY, KY., R1DAY, MARCH 2 1920 iJiatjeus Jooas h ROCKCASTLE NUMBER 25 fegSggra 1 Brodhead News Mrs. O. A. Frith and little daughter Ruth, who have been ro sick with flu, lire hotter at thi wriiing.Mrs. I. G. Frith has hocn conlinctl to her bed for the rvi i i iiffrvr TvrrsH I 3XX ROCKCASTLE And The Kentucky Road System ay8 in tho mountains, the orig- about tho face and neck when a We aTe glad to see all this lino ' By Boonkwav Man newspaper with which ho was snow. Tlie Ground Hog must playing caught fire at an open The bills just passed bv the still be in the hole for winter' A M. Hiatt and Geo. grutc "Por. The quality of Mercy is not strain'd Legislature have been a great hasn't broken yet. Was soma Childress, Real Estato Agents, It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven additon towards efficiency in the moving In our town the latter They K wore In Stanford Tuesday. Upon the place beneath: it is twice blest; past wcok with lngrippe.-- R State Road System and highway part of last week, Mullins & It blesseth him that gives and him that takes: Albright, who litis been so very are negotiating with Hughes & conditions generally. Qnlnn have moved to their prop'Tis mightiest in the mightiest: it becomes sick lor several weeks is reported McCarty for a farm in Madison One of the bills passed provides erty which thoy purchased front The throned monarch better than his crown; some betiei k Buford Meredith, county. Miss Lizzie Thompson for 50 routings, u number of 'King and J. S. Calloway. died at tho home of her brother, his His sceptre shows the force of temporal power, of Daton, Ohio, is with which cross the State from East Bailey have stored tneir goods The attribute to awe and majesty, father's family here for a few Russel, in Louisville, Wednesduy to West and from North to South. Department of Educa- - away In the Mullins Hotel waitShe Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings; .1. Painter diys.--J- . nnd little morning of pnoumon'a. All county seats being reached ing for the vacating of J. W. But mercy is above this sceptred sway; daughter. Virginia, were up fn m was brought here for burial Fri by from three to six roads. Baker, who will move to the tion It is enthroned in the hearts of kings, Stanford Tuesday. Mrs Cate-- h djy. Miss Thompson was 68 property be bought from Mrs. s returned in Ilea homo in Cin years of age and was reared in It is an attribute to God himself; Frankfort, Ky., E. L. Cockrel C. J. Rice will be Rockcastle gets four lines; s And earthly power doth then show likest God's cintmli.ufter n few days visit to this county. Alter short funeml March 9. 1920. Stanford via Brodhead. Somerset ready to operate "business in his " When Mercy seasons justice. fiierds here Mrs E. B. New- - sei vices at the Baptist church by via Level Green, Richmond via Vfis. Alice Davis, new restaurant some time this Intul who has heel) on tho sick pastor Rev Geo Childress, her Scaffold Cano, London via Liv- School Superintendent: week. John Cockrel is slowly Shakespeare's The Merchant tf Venict. list is better. A little baby remains were interred in Piney ingston and Parkers Creek. Tbo Tho school laws enacted improving from a soverocase of T brother came to play with Inez Grove cemetery. Russel Thomp writer finds no mention made of by tho present session of the Typhoid fever, under the care of and Walter Wajcl Robins, on tho son, of Louisville, Grant Sigmon, a routing from Mt. Vernon to General Assembly lor the most Miss Lynn and Dr. W. T. Amyx. Oth, at the Iwine of Mr. and Mrs of Corbin and Mr. and Mrs. Carl, son of C. M. Mullins, is Jackson County. It may be part have an emergency clause Walter Kobinsr Mrs. S. A. Geo Faulkner of Missouri accom and go Into effect immediately. on the sick list this week, Miss mentioned in tho corrected bill. R.nrncs was up from Stanford panied the remains of Miss There are some featues of these Grace Nelson of Templer, Ky., is 3XE between trains Tuesdaj. Mrs. Thompson hore. Bob Roberts of Routing No. 5 runs from Cov- laws that it is'iimportant for you here this week, visiting her Grant Maker nnd little daughter, May wood was with J. W. Owens between the representatives of ington to Middlesboro, over Dixie o know at once. Disdples Merge State I shall send grandmother, Mrs. L. R. Stanley. and family during tho week. A Francis June, aro with her the Board of Education in the Highway and Boone Wfijf you a complete, copy of these. B C. Herd has been visit-fhCampaign Brown and L. JSjiovA. A. M. Hiatt,.C..C grare5nd the Un1ted"OhTrstfan' Mrs Joe Hughes, of. Cojbjn,-- .o o ,xx. laws as soon os they are available-I-n 'TiligT Dewey Sowclcr was up from Gas Cation ztctufe-ithe blctare Re . Homer- W. CarpssaAwv OUlich- - Missionary Society-Designa tho meantime, I wish you O. B. Rambo and family hav Three thousand miles of high niond, Director Of Dne For Louisville, with home folks dur. show at Crab Orchard cjatuaday lions of gifts will bo permitted way is included in what will be would act upon tho following moved to Stanford. Mr. Will fO,Goo,ooo Fund For Next irg tho week. J. Mont Roberts iiight Rev. L. N. Rowling tilled Tanicersley cf Covington, wa known as the State system of points: Five Years' Work appointment at a house and lot trom Mrs. his regular bought One of tho flaws provides for here last week an account of the roads. These roads will bo taken J R Cass, for $1500.!?. L. Goshen Saturday and Sunday. over, reconstructed and main- the levying of acompulsory min- illness of his brother, George LEXINGTON, KY.. March 8, Smith sold a pair of mules to J. W. Moore has returned from tained iu the future under direct imum of 25 cenfe The sum of Tankersley, who is not expected At a meeting of tho PromotionI Fred Snivel for $320 T. S. an eztcuded visit to bis daughter, al Comtnitteo of tho Board of charge of State Road Department. money raised by this levy Is to be to live very long. Bro. R. B. Burnt tt bought two lots in the Mrs. C, C. Gibbs in Phoenix Education and the United Christdevoted exclusively to the pay- Baker failed 'to fill his appointHenry addition, from Mrs. James Arizona. Mrs. J. R. Cas6 was ian Missionary Society, it was The counties, thru which the ment of teachers' salary jn addi ment Saturday and Sunday De Vault tor $120.00. Rev. J. Ii. called to Jet. City on last Friday decided to morgo the Transyl- Going Christian church, on account State Roads pass, will be relieved tion, of course, to the sum re- Turrelwasin Jet. City Monday on account of the serious illness vania and College of tho Bible ceived frrm the State until a min of sickness. Mrs. J. W. Mullins of attention or expense thereon In Fine Shape; evening. W. A. Carson was i.i of H. L. Tharp, who is suffering campaign into the Disciples World mum salary of S75 with the Bal- - 13 very sick. Mt. Vernon Monday between with cancer, and is not expected Movement in Kentucky. County authorities are directed ary schedule shall have been The The following is a list of the .to trains. C. H. Frith moved his to live but a short while. Leo. Executive erect signboards at forks and reached. If there be any of this Committee of the family to his beautiful new brick W. Wright of Louisville, was wjth Transylvania Campai.,n Com- donors to tho "Near East, 'Relief" crossings of highways. sum remaining after meeting the not to date, but our campaign bungalow "across the river" this the band boys here Friday. Mr. minimum salary requirements, it mittee has agreed to this merger. closed. The minstrel willjbagiven week Mrs. Ida Adams was In Wright organized tho band here a t Jl Aft Ben and Bob Mullins have The necessary added revenue may be used for the general pur l a atllft later at Brodno2321Lu; toaument present Stateroad posed ofeducatlon.- - "Ir the' sanr. gonc-jt- CorSnersville'.Ind. to work"' They are )jnovmntr--aai-ib3- 1. Mt. Vernon Monday- .- B. L. Col- - several months ago nppointea. ingston, Ky. t .lierand Kdd Dyetiouse .wore up plarinlbie!'a,bald;day'-ometlm- o income, will be collected from of money raised by this 25 cent John Allen will have a sale the Iu addition to tho members of from Crah Orchard Monday during the coming spring. M. the Board of Education in Ken- Town of Livingston is .not 10th of this month, to sell his owners a tax of compulsory minimum 85.54 automobile $ Rev. Goo. H. Barnes i bought a farm near trains. between 60 cents per horsepower rating enough to pay the minimum sal- stock and household and kitchen tucky, the Foreign Christian The Minstrel given by Childress was in Pine Hill Mon- town, known us the Cherry farm, Missionary Society, tho Amer70.00 on their mactines; a tax of one. ary schedule, then your board furniture. He will move to Ind. tho men of Mt. V. day on business. Leo Coffee who for the sum of $3,300, and will ican 58.35 ccent Per gallon of gasoline used. has iho option of increasing the The infant chitd of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Missionary Soci- Town of Brodhead has been on tho sick list is able to move there soon. Mrs. H. E. ety, the Christian Woman's Teas, given by the It is estimated that, a sum ot levy to meet this minimum Thomas Howard died 6th of this be out again. M rs. W. T. BrooKs Christie Is in Louisville, buying Board of Missions, the Board 01 or it may provide for a month and was laid to rest the $ 2,300,000 will be raised in 1921 young ladies of Mt. has been quite sick during the Spring Milinory. On her return 30.00 $2,200,000 Federal aid added to minimum salary, always remem- following day at the Spencer Vernon week. Mrs W. P. Rigsbv is with she will nave her opening at tho Church Extension, the Board of ground. burying State road tax of $500,000 and bering however, that whatever Mullins Christian Ccurch of and the the family of hei brother, Walter Mrs J. Tato stand, near railroad Ministerial Relief, 25 00 from other sources, making a sum may be raised by this com Sarah A. Mullins and daughter Mt. Vernon Robins, litre. Miss Clyde WatAssociation Robert Davis and sister, Miss National Benevolent 23.00 total of $5,500,000 for road con pulsory minimum lew of 23cents Miss Eliza, have returned from a W.J. Sparks & family son was with home folks here Joe, were down from Mt. Vernon will participate in the campaign. C. C. Davis & family during the wtok. Charles 25.00 struction purposes in 1921. must be devoted to the payment visit to her parents, Mr. and in the above organizaEdward, little son of Mr. and Tuo"sday to see their sister Mrs. Included F6r prac- Mrs. A. Cummin?, and bros., J. of teachers' salaries. Baptist Church of Mt. tions are the Kentucky MissionMrs C. O Brown, was burned A'nlter 10 17 provision tically all counties, tho sum B, W. Vernon Luther and Asher It is claimed that the ary Society, the State Sunday . raised in this way will be 10 00 of the road revenue legislation Cummins of Mt. Vernon. Frank H.T.Young and Association, it Evening School Bill that event tho could only bo School and Orphans Home the Mrs. Annie Mae Mc and ample, but in a few Jones of Berea, representing a big improvement over the proat House through Widows returned to 5.00 posed $60,000,000 bond issue. counties a higher rate wil bo nec- Balrd Dry Goods Co., of Jcllico, Kenzie the ranio Committee which took Louisville. 5 00 essary or a lower salary schedule, Tenn., was with the merchants Frankfort, Kentucky, the advantako of us befoio. F. L. Durham & family We Tho now organization will take March 6:h, 1920. havo reason 5.00 S Albright as automobile owners fn the event your board has here last week. Born to tho wife Inasmuch . to believe that they over the machinery set up by tho E. of Ky:- 5.00 will soon bo paying almost half already fixed Its rate of levy, it Elija McDaniel, March 6th, a boy. To tho Club would carry this injustice to tho Transylvania College campaign, C. D. Sutton 5 00 the expense of the construction will be necessary under this law Thursday, March 4U1, Geo Payne, of Berea, is hero F. Bowman limit. and will enlarge it so as to repre- S. 5'.00 and maintenance of the main for you to reassemble yonr board doing dental work, he seems to long be remembered as will M. J.Miller A promoTho bo getting lots of work to do The eyes of the educators and sent all the interests. 5.00 highways, the fact should, to an and reconsider your rate. one of the darkest days in KenJ. Fish & family ' women of tho whole tional committee for the state, Floyd Miller tucky's history. It was on that the club 5.00 extent at least, proio somewhat court I believe has held that It is Miss Ruth Mullins is with her consisting of Mrs. Louise Loos day that Kentucky surrendered nation havo been on us during 5.00 a palliative to that prejudice necessary for your board not Cousins, Misses Sallie, Ada and S. T. Proctor & family illiteracy this tight. It seems most grievous Campbell, H W. Elliot, J. H. 5.00 which many people have har- only to specify the rate but also Russio Mullins this week. Forher leadership in the J. A. Landrum J. S Hilton, Lin D. against the users of the amount of money that they rester Mullins was in Livingston o.OO bored work in which she ranked fust in to think that just at this time Tate W. Hume Logan, and V. C. wish to raise and to show by an Rev. Thos. Durham is with tho 5.00 buzz wagons. the nation, and took a step which when tho world has awakened to B. & C. C. Cox E. - lifty years. the evil of illiteracy and is clamor- President R. H. CrossGeld has Win. Poynter itemized budget the purposes family of Louisa Allen at Berea, 5 00 Will put her backof adults been appointed. cal- ing for tho education to bo done for which this money is to bo who are sick with measles. SevThe reconstruction Tho Evening School Bill was 5.00 W. G. McBeo The organizations included in T V Mnrrill Whatever rate your board eral of the young folks were the led up In tho Houso by our enem- that our state should bo the only 5.00 on the old roads and the construc- used Roberts 5 00 tion of tbo new ones included in may decide upon up to 50 cents guests of Miss Callie ies without ourhavinga moment's quitter, yet it will bs a proud this new mouoment will attempt j, cnars upon the Fis- Sunday evening. Mrs. Thomas y' kjj01. 5 00 the threo thousand miles of State is made mandatory notice or a single chance at its record for our Federation of to raise about $6, 5oo,ooo duringi no choice Durham and children are visitB.OO roads is a mighty big undertaking cal Court and they have defense and was tabled, which) Wemen's Clubs that wo fought tue next live years, or a 111110 C. C. Williams tho rate ing her brother, John Allen, this, for tho life of tho work and would more than ono tenth of tho $60, J. F. Griftln and son bill. and the work will not proceed oxcent to collect 5 00 as you know, defeats a with that speed ono would natur- demanded. of Boston Daugberty week. through havo fought longer had our oppor 000,000 agreed upon as the Dis- Dr. A G. Lovell 5 00 ix has been announced This law a'nn provides for the Cooksburg, was the guest of No considerable 5.00 ally desire. stuto that tho tunity not been cut otf in a" man ciples' goal for tho fivo year Dr. Walker Owons tho press of tho offiI ho promotion, period ner so unfair. Rstill Mullins Saturday night. -Dr. M. Pennington 500 increase of work over 1919 Is ex- employment t.f n ' attendance club women were coming to tn Kentucky will likely pected, for several valid roasons: cer to enforce the new compulMrs. J. C. Allen has been very 2.50 Frankfort in large numbers on Wo should now consecrate our usk for more than ono million Logan Bryant You havo sick but Is hotter at this time. 1.00 Shortage of materials, shortage sory attendance law. Sheridan Bowman March to iti the interest of this selvos to the one Issue of reviv which dollars this year. 2 00 of labor, and tho scarcity of some months., huWiver, in Mrs. S. D. Lewis bill, and the enemies of the meas ing this work and redeeming our find and cm pun a suitable per- SAVED. "Wo tried to buy some The promotional comtnitteo of kjjss Qrace Cox 1.00 trained men, but the big task to uro choked it off in order to pre- state. i u. Teachers ropo to hang a profiteer." we uoarti 01 xiuucuuoa aim me Vernon Cox Yours voty sincerely, Theso .50 which will occupy tho next son for this vent their being heard. Missionary C.F. Bradbury United Christian several months is that of tho will bo employed it;is year as C. Layne "Well?" Mrs J. 1.00 tactics employed by administra'ih. hrst election engineers and organizers who heretofore, Representative of the Ken- Society have selected Rev. Homer Miss Noriue Barnett "But tho dealer wanted too Kentucky's 100 tion leaders toprevent board of edu- much for it." 1.00 will havo to make the plans for for tho now county from gathering tucky Federation of Women's W. Carpenter, minister of the Miss Anna K. Baugh patriotic women of cation will take p ..ft' at tho com100 the glgautio undertaking. W. H. Fish here in the interest of a causo Clubs on the Evening School First Christian Church will glvo D C. Craig ing November clcc'i n and the papers, after having been prop-erl- y as director. He 1.00 they loved, and In which they Bill. answered, will bo sent here all of bis time to this work dur. Mattie Mullins Routing No. 4, Lexington to board will qualify n. ...arch 1921. 1.00 had invested 22.ooo, ore unpareligible m serve on this for grading I shall have the Fantilo was eating an apple, ing March, April aud May. Mr. Mrs. Geo. Durham 1.00 Whitesburg, Letcher county and No 0110 is It is an un alleled in history. members opportunity ef explaining in detail 100 Pound Gap, Va , goes over tbo board or to vote lui .n. of thing to call up a bill in when she suddenly cried out in Carpenter's popularity among tho Miss Ethel Asbill Heard nt thi'so laws at Mm mcotlni? ot this board except thoso who chu dies of Kentucky, his wido Myrtle Bryant (Kentucky Virginia) 1.00 "Kyva" this munner without giving the pain. nt Ihn county outside of if( tlm Srmnrlntn-iilimfreside Id tho "What is the matter, darling?" knowledge of our people in tho Jack Hyslnger advocates of the measure the M Highway route. This Is a most school districts tuuo of the K. K. A., if we do not graded experiouco. pred Rrueger state, successful 2 00 Important highway on which the cities and chance to marsnal- their forces. asked her mother. have a superintendents' contor-onc- e maintaining separate and CO Booue Way Man has been mak- "I stepped on my tongue with and enthusiastic attitude toward Edgar Mullins only v justice that could i The sooner. school systems. tbo whole task is a guarantee of M. P. Fonzell during past year to 1 00 Ing effort equal It, it seoms, would bo the my teeth," said Fannie Faunie. If I can be of service at all In All papers of applicants for -- Tho Junior World. the success of tho movement. place upon tho map. sentencing of a prisoner without certificates will be graded from helping to ad just or apply these Total $ 109.50 The Richmond church has o"o 0 trial. Much has been said in Kenlaws please feel free to call upon M iss Bess Sparks, Sooy. & Treas a very lino spirit In releasdon't Rockcastlo will be enabled to this uepartmont aud all tucky recently about justice and YOU KNOW HIMI- -"! Tho most imbo issued from horu. me at all times. when the build her tho niBJoity of tho law. It seems liko to play poker with Smith," ing him for the three months, The papers will bo hent to you portant thing right now Is the being willing to make the sacriGibbs So you went after the State takes over her main incoi.coivablo that such a Bckemo said Brown. just us now Is done in tho case of tax levy. "Neither do I," replied fice in order that tho wholo task job? I thought you beliovd that highways. as this to prevent Kentucky's Wltn best personal and proexaminations for State Certifi. women from being heard could be Jones. "If bo losses, ho gets of the Disciples of Christ in tho the office ihould seek the man. You will continue to uso fessional wUbes, I am Sincerely, Dlbbs- -I do But this Is a fat hot headed, and if be wins ho gets State of Kentucky may bo put In recalling the fact that they catos. iconcoctod. Goo. Colvlo, forward. . Fund9 raised In the jjb, and I thought it might get were the first to make a concerted two assistants In conducting fm mtirlif. ennn nnd nass tblS oold foct State Superintendent, ' examinations and the will be divided equally winded before It reached ma. conctructlon of high. theso move for the Cincinnati "Enquirer." state bill through the Senate, but la THE QUALITY OF MERCY members of tho Mt. Ver-o- n Commercial Club today sure-- y feel elated over the great progress made in read legislation and conslructlon road .ind ememboring with pride the 22nd f January I93t the dato when !hc question as brought before ho Club, thero endorscdand member going to work jvej-villi a will which has been somewhat battered at times by"antis," but never knocked out of tho ring. Che results aro most gratifying. inal 17 LIVINGSTON NEWS j. if-- 1 000 p N Mc-Ke- e, X 000 rs. g -- -- - - . NEAR EAST REL EF Over the Top 000 at-th- e 000" 000 ( WITHERS b W fm a M 3 r s 000 L-- , -- suffi-cie- nt 000 -- Wo-ue- n 19-2- 0, Mac-Nei- l, Carl-wrigh- t, coo j com-mitto- o Rich-mon- d 000 p.'it-- h -- - lude-pendo- man-Hoste- d certifi-cateswi- ll cross-road- s 000 .A 5 will piTM'iit the inn.st of it from 111 In cutting in 'jMtniK Min Imrncil. iiilmvto M'. hit .s our tho ,t llct '! .Mittii'jr ! lntiiKC uti t llu iir. in uiuMbiVir HUH III 11. 11, in illi' 1 vi-Miiin nub itnriiu stalks wi'l not riiie out un uu to hullt d v , ,V( u uro reedy till- - Hl'ilMin; M'.IMtll, I' )('. itlll Friday, Iiin it, 1920 i" ill lln I'iittiixt limOnir lllMI it Will lll'llt in tho Inlk till. . snlk Always .uli-to pri voiit sum luirniiij.'. 11 riit-- i it n f i undo to it on tin a li n to iiico Piififith d evet V Ft May b) cttttinir anil jiIt- 11 Allele voti linii,il nun the l'il t;- tin1 )iii'mi', Thii vvi I ninlu 7 VOL'NG to quietly cim ml ot tin.' Mtulki low .ml ilnhiiiUit- SWWCTlllTION OMK VltAR Jl.Oo M T. V !: it X ( N GNAL from k'ettit' ' li tile toli-iCi- 1 ii ho ". 'i i v. . 1, 5k 5, '1 r r sli - - c Uu--tai- 1 "."XT Tv o ., Ayvs Ij C 71 SCC';' A I I C IKX "TKSZXT"" iJvtrlitiug talcs viaur known en afiilicatioh KNTUO MHMI1KK OP Y I'KKSS A SSOCf ATION (yrrs,?"i " ti - r iupLLU A " ""' .IV Mr&Pc "A tf M& If an d Its I'y. i K W-- N STOCK And JO. . Culture Oimlov, Uy V. S Maii.ky. I f left, will uf.t grow do not tncin for von to count iviry louf on cmcIi stiilk, as this would ho to tcd'nus n tnhl', but after oiif:et startpd jou ciin tell ut a Kl'incc nhout llio iiuml-eof lews r.n 11 vtnlk. S xt unties Anoilillo ra rrn implements OF mMn liny mzo: r tho siicki-tiii- ,' the sticker should iio'.oi' he lllll', as riioy IlilCl'll tLllliOSCV to tlt'crwiv; the weight of your tohucc'i, Mincvtr if possible allow tliL-ito nrov iiion than threo or four inchts in height. When you aru ready to house, go in front of tho knifo and ;oL all stifikois off perfectly chan, as limy will stay yi eon until tho tobacco is ready to hull: down for stripping 'which will (uiihoTrirTIiouTo burn to a iilliMd to unnv very Farm, in Hiatt Section. mv Sale put on by Rockcastle Real Estate Company in on Farm known as William McQueen JL H lto Jml drewnso in th- - market value of our crop. Nmv, in leard to hoiishiK Mm hhould lie very ctrc-lns to wh. an J how to cut rnd liniise your nop. in n)e f.rst 11 pl-.c- tttt cstr rrr -X I 3 ii : awlMflffl'li "You little rascal -- rla it nlon? IV vjsy, iIIJ.it yo'i? Kept Krandtia waRincI Uh utll. it's all n,;ht. l!t..aue ul IS BEGfN NING AT 10 A. M. noer nnliea whole dujs cuttiPf; with the iiitent'c.n to haul in and Imnj; tlicnext dav, as it may rain before tho next day ano pi hajw rain for soversll days, whi.-lwould injure jour tobacco in such a way that it would you several hundred dollars. So miiko your arrangements to bring in all you have cut. the same day you cut it. It would he a good idea providing you have room in your barn, to coop i m siii M dam-tig- e In -- a J w Fi Jl & II OALPET BAK3?3G POVWDEn (lliill I llll Xj This will enable it during the night to tvilt and yellow consider ably thctehy cm using it to cure out (piicler and better; then you 0111 hang it tach morning while the dew is on this prevents you it say 8 or 10 stick- - tothecnop -nithi; fcr. Alwajs welalwas right. It'j wo-t- h come. Kevcr chirl.3 its I."cr fails. Never wastes mindtC3 rr matcriaU ana I ro:n ii'3 pure tad con'a pa 1 c;i-- 'i nc"cdicn's wholesonif. as ai haic Lfn opproed officiall tjr O'tU. S, I'ooJ Autliontic3." Yoit sate tJien you buy saiv nhm )o.i use it. Is H ft M llllkiltfll tzzi ; II m OSi P5 i 5te l HIGHEST 2sSi' SS?eSS9R355PBKassjBSsaaracsqgBgjgg . jyi-Us- itoti Horses and Mules lOne Exl ra Good Saddle Mare Sorrel, 8 years old this spring high-heade- "N W' i. t . Sr -- mgtfc ki J . 88 One mare Mule, gjod size, One Team of good horse mules. three-year-old two-year-o- d, trim and quick. ld , imiii i ir ! i H 22r2a:2GZS3:5XSZ2CI FEW years ago you a lot about the heard nation-wid- e I good Jersey Co, ten years old 1 good red Cow, 6 years old, with young calf J good red Cow, 7 years old, with young calf 2 good Stears, two years old CATTLB 1 I good red Cow, 6 years old, will be fresh by April 1st nice Heifers, two years old 3 good Steers, one year old I One Registered Red, 2 VsW h" r m Short Horn Bull - movement against misrepre senting goods for sale. Here's our view point: We re in business to increase sales from year to year To do this requires the confidence of the people and to get this conf -i- years old last November 33 iflflCTT fyyfeoi T'iHtHfMaMkHMHBttaT- fl t Bought from W. T. Hicks, but bought by M- Hicks our of one .a.tVzJ! of the best herds in Clark County. He is of the Bates breed, which is the milking strain of the shorthorn. - rtf LU1 a "j&.i dence truth is essential leesstered Duroc Hoes One year old the seventh of last September. One extra nice Sow, will be two years old in April. Twin vntinty Boars, were farrowed the 15th dav of last August. Two young Sows, were farrowed the J 5th day of last August. elm-er- The best bred, and best individual, Durock Boar In Rockcastle Co. We believe every article we sell, whether it be a collar button or a suit of clothes is worth every cent more. we ask for We want you to feel the same way after you buy a thing. If you should not feel that way, the greatest favor you could do yourself and us is to bring it back a id give us your reason. We are open to argument and want you to be too. s. Tlicso lJurocs mo all of tho Defender Strain. Mr. Young will bo glad to tranafur legist ration papers to pur- Wo should be sorry to see these hogs leave the comity. T heavy fat Sows. Some high-gra- Shoates, will weigh about 1 20 pounds each. be sold in numbers to suit the buyers. de Will All this live stock is good in quality and in good condition. Mowing ItnpltTIntS-- - Deering clover seed,Machine, practically new. for Deering Machine, has attachment, for buckwheat and 1 1 1 1 Will you eome and pass ' judg- ment on our Spring stock of men's wear tinmmmmmimmmm Hay Rake, ft. long, has been used but little. Olivet , riding Cultivator, six shovels, in good condition. 1 one-horcorn drill, in good condition. good Iron Harrow 91 se never been used. SUTTON & McBEE Lk LEADING CLOTHIERS credit, TEEMS A tnfrHst at theS cpriirtfv. rpr rent ...... on everything, rrrrrpA nnf tf Mv""f; r r"l. SMITH, Auntioneer UUll. VV.ll." TTritk w wv. -- until Jan. J, 1921" - ROCKCASTLE REAL ESTATE COMPANY " ivrm, if. J ' rir TS?5rVJ-- " ''I Mt Vernon Kr, Mar n, SIGNAL 1920 MT. V Kit NO N - Commissioner's Sale Rockcastlo Circuit Court Mnggio Wron, Guardian of COVE NEWS Mr. Edd Bullock WOULD .NOT HURT ANYBODY'S "7rt J3 W s thoabovo styled cause, the underlooitvuLc k NtxiLit n n.co. signed will, on Monday, March 15 1920, bztween the bouts of 1 o'TIMK TABLE. clock and 4 o'clock p. m , at. tho 5 18 p m front door of the court house in 12 uorttt 24 north' .... 8:35 am Mt. Vornon, Ky. proceed to ox to 23 south 121,13 )iu poso bes,t public srle, to the highest and bidder, tho following de21 South 12:15 a m families of Abo Uiokey land Richscribed property: Agent. A ard Proctor are each recovering Jas. Landudm, interest In a tract of land in Rockcastle countv.Ken- - from flu. Proctor lias Phone No. 8. lucky, on the waters of Round, returned to Louisville, after a Kntored at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posto'Soo stone Crccic and bounded as folweeks visit with relative's and mail matter. as lows: Mrs. Jack friends at Cove. Beginning at a stake in tho L. Mullins is very siclc at this & N Hunt and in the cen ItOCKCASTLK CIRCUIT tor of Clav's Dick branch; thence writing. tOUKT. a wnn said ngutofwav S14, W49 BEN HOWARD, Admr. of poles; S9 V3 poles; S W9 pole ; MAN DIBS ON TRAIN NO. 22. William Howard, Doc'd., S6EE9 35 poles, SSnE8 pole; A mm whoso name we did not PLAINTIFF, S15I163 poles to n stake at the get died on tram No. 22, between water gip; thence NtfyiUw poles vs : NOTICE. to a stone ou the east side of the Livingston and Mt. Vernon, on GN.LISSAYI.OR, &c. read; thence with the ro.id Nj Thursday evening March 4th ' DEFKNDANTS E1335 poles to a mump; N2fi He, his wife, and daughter were Notice is hereby Riven that I K1925 poles; N33E3425 poles; enroute from Florida to their will, on tin i.sth day of March, NJ4K24 2.5 poles; N7Ui3 TJie N 1515 poles to a stone and homo in Franklin, ind. 9 jo, at. the hour of 1 o'clock p. white oak and sweet sum point wife was a paraletic, the daughin :il tlie Irontiloor of the Court ers; SsoJW.sG Some 4 poles to a stake ter was frantic with grief. House, in Mt. Vortion, Ky , rent at the corner of the fence; N28 plans were quickly made to to the highest and best biddoi. VV24 poles to tho creek; Ns2 remove the body at Mt. Vernon, the William Howaid farm, local. E14 poles; Ni'.Vi2 poles; N58 but by common consent of the ed near Gum Sulphur, Ky. The WsH poles; N2E4 poles; S80 passengers, who showed a very W7 iS poles to the beginning, successful bidder will be n quired containing acres, more sympathetic and generous spirit, 38 to execute bond, with good sur- or less. Conductor Rose agreed to take ety, to be approved by me, pay bale to bo mnde on a credit of 6 the body to Louisville, as request, able in six months, bearing six months. Purchaser will be ro ed by the daughter It was a per cent interest. All bidder? quired to give bond with approved very tragic and oathetic incident will come prepared to compl security for tho pay men I of the Ipurcliaso money, to have "wlnrtnetFiins of tH&'nnntcer MiiuaiucL ui a juaifmeac tho force Mr R.vTrrotrRon nd wife of oQaang. "TTiiTcss "he s.wssCl bidder Iigal interest from date ot saw, tndiaiiaooKs, Ind.- spoilt several makes bond at onco. tne farm wnn a lien reserved on said lund das with F L. Thorn ps n and will be immediately offered again until all the purchase money is family, this week. Mr. and paid. for rent. Mrs Thompson spent the winter G.S. Griflin, G. S. Griflin, in Florida, and are on their va Master Commissioner, home Commissioner Master Be lived in tnis count Rockcaste Circuit Court Rock cnstle Ciicuit Court. years ago and has been o back but twice. Mr. Thompson is Commissioner's Sale an ordained minister of the Metb. A FAMILY MEDICINE odist church but has tetired I nin agent for the great AmerRockcastle Circuit Court. r from the active ministry. I sell A J Niceley, Adiur. of ican Herb Company. G Hdlon. Decrii'fd, Plaintiff. M : Notice of CouiuiIiiioDtr'i Sale. Indian Herb Tablets, 180 ina box. Defendants. Rukailelton.etc.. for $1.00. Wo recommend them fly virtue of a judgment tnd order of sale TRADE MORAL The diffennce as an excellent bowel and liver of tin- Rockrostle Circuit Court, rendered at between business and sucoess above the February Term. I'J.'O.lliercof, In regulator. A written guarantee styled ease, the undersigned will on the Slomlay, March 15, lt2". between the hours of o'clock is advertising. Inquire about I have a and 4 o'clock l goes with each box. in. kt the front door of the Ky., proceed to Mt. vr rate. fresh supply, just rccived. court home in sale,Vernon, hlehesCaud best to the expose to public Seud'tnoa dollar and I will mail bidder, tbe following described property: The traels of land located in Boone's you a box on the waters ot Itoundstone Creek in NOTICE. W. D. Muliits. Jtockcastlc coucty. Kj. and thus bounded; A black barrow shoat, weigh 1st Tract. RoKimilng at a white oak stump, Wither.", Ky. Htere G'ray'a Hue; thence north ing about 60 lbs. strayed to my cast ton white oak bush iu the old Taylor Owner t line; thence to a stone with hick, place about Nov. 15tli. ory west to Commissioner's Sale bush pointers; them e line, thencea while oak can get same by paying for keep in Sieve Ury' to the beginning, containing 14 and this advertisment. acres. 2nd Tract. The second tract adjoins the W. H. Jones, Wildie, Ky. above describen tract and is located on the Rockcastle Circuit Court. two-thir- ds John Kazel Mullina, &c, Plaintiff, up "No, 7o" whnW( vs : Notice of Commissioner's to Communis L sy 0" wrtlh BIONAL Sale Hazel Mulllnfl, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the RocKcastlo Circuit Court, rondered at the February Perm, 1910, thereof, in wnt S45S and family spent Saturday night with W. H Prr ctor. Miss LelaTyreo is very Floyd sick with heart trouble. Linear, who has a job in the mines, is visiting his parents.- -. The Bible Reading is going on at Covo each Lord's Day. Parrel brothers will begin cutting tim ber oi J. W. Riddle's farm, this week, for L. V. Murrcll, who has MATORS, JUDGES, BANKERS, bought this timber. Pal Moore LAWYERS, DOCTORS, EDITORS AND MINISTERS has become a citizen of Covo INDORSE IT The cold weather lias delayed the The farmers with their plowing They Come Forward and Unhesi tatingly Tell Suffering Humanity What Celebrated Medicine Has Done for Them Many Prominent Men Come Out for Tanlac F FEELINGS. OFd- - Fashioned Appfe Pie 45c A New York hotel charges 45c a cut for apple old-fashioned Feel ittheir Duty to Talk 1 nIDS best-know- pie fur doll!" but "Fuiir; "Wklch ds you Iot beat R umj 01 don't Ut dolly fcsar." Whew- - ifitcoststhat much to be old fash ioned what must it cost tobe up to date ? IT FERTLILIZER shall bavo for sale, about April loth, the folo wing fertilizers: Acid Phosphate 16 per cent, (27.60 cash at car; V. C. Gem, for tobacco, 2 percent, ammonia, 9 percent puospnorio acid, 1 per cent potash ,$4 1 cash at car. Jack Hysinger, Mt . Vornon, ky., 1 HON. FRANK V. EVANS, OF R1RMINGHAM, ALA., MAKES STRONG STATEMENT. One of A lot of men have a like idea about Spring Clothes just because somebody circulated a scare story about the scarcity of this and the etcouu-fias- s y a 1 44-10- 0 - fifiy-tw- - 1 I2t-y2- i. Hot-lo- aco.-neri- north-wes- south-ea- Plaintiff. Notion of Commissioners Sale, V. It Ilerron, &c, r.efemlentB Ily vtrttire of n judgment and order cf sale of tho KoeLcnstlit Circuit Court, rendered at the februiiry Term, 1920, thereof, in the nliove st led cause, the undersigned will, on Monday, Mareh 15, 1920. Iicfuecii the hours of 1 o'clock and i o'clock in., t the front door of the eomt liouso In Mt. Vernon, Ky, to expose to iniblu bale, to the proceed liiKhostand lwst bidder, tbo following duacribed property; Intercut in a tract of land a located in Hoekeastle county, Centueky, hounded nml dc&critcdag follows: Iteinnlni; nt n stone w hero once stooil n white oak, ut an old load, und known us tho Proctor corner, and also an agreed eonur between Dallas Dillingham and U 11 Ikriou and inNorth'e old line; thence with North's old line N 41 W 212 poles crossing Urush Creek to a maple ou the hank of said creek, u corner of V A Owensjlhence with Owens' line up the creek, as follown: Nil KG poles to a large 8ycum6re on the bank of the ereck, N7 WA poles and JI7 links to a btake at tho edge of the creek. N5 M and 8 links to a sjcamore, N64 V 13 poles to a stake ou tho hank of the creek, N63 2 VA poles'to a stake at mouth of a Utile branch thatemntles the Into Hrtish creek, n corner of w A Owens nud Tom Taylor, thence with Tajlor's line N81 5 KJ31 poles toa stone, it corner of R G Taylor, thenco with Taylor's linoSIS E18 poles and 18 links to a stone, thenco S18 E29 poles and 22 links to n stone, a corner of KG Taylor und I M Hcrron, O D Ilerron and also coiner to the church lot, thence V6 poles with tho church lot S82 und 10 links to il stone, thenco Sl-- 2 W18 poles and 15 linKs to a stone, thence ST2 W10 poles and 21 linKs to a stone, thenco-Kllit) poles to a etoue and blacic oaK, corner to said grave yard, or lot, thenco with a line of same churh NGS I'.IU poles, and 13 linKs to a stone, a corner of I M Ilerriu; theucc with Uerrin's lino S38 Jltifl poles to a W14 poles and 7 stone, thence S18 IttiKs to a 4tone near an ash hush, a corM Ilerron and W 11 1.ogstou: ner of I thenco with tho Logston line S17 W21 poles to a stone, with seernl oaK point-ers- , a cornor of Logston and Dallas Dillingham; thence down the branch and with the Dillingham line and tho meanders of sain brunch as follows: Slu W 22 pole toa staKe. S38 Wll poles W6 poles and 10 JinKsto a stnKe, Sett N70 V4 poles and 16 linKs to astuKe, V4 iwles and 22 to a staife, bl5 linKs to a stake, N78 W4 poles to a W7 poles and 0 links toa state, SU stale, SU V4 poles and 8 lins to a 23 V6 poles and 12 links to a stake, bta e, Sbl V5 itoles and 12 links to tho lieriimiiig, containing 130 acres, mora or less Sal j to be made on in credit of six months. Purchaser will be required to gio bond with apj wyed tecurity for tho u inenl of the purchase inunev, to have tho force aud effect of a judgment, bearing legal iuterest from ilato of sale, with a lieu reserved on said land until all tbe purchase money is paid, G S Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. vs : one-sixt- h 2-- fl 2 2 S 3-- 4 3-- 4 2 4 2 3-- 4 2 Given Sutton, Guardian of Jalla Sutton and Otis Sutton, north side of II, and U bounded as follows: beginning on the of this land at the ridge road, on a chesnut corner, corner uorth-eattsid- c of O Uibsou's land; thence west 62 rods with the County road to a spotted oak comer, with a chesnut as pointer, lso a corner in Or llunlev's line (now owned liv Martin tidin); thcuco south 61 rods to u poplar 's siuuip in oriiunieys nne(uuw Martin flue); theticj K 8(i rods to a stone in said Gibson's Iin with white oaK and hickory sinliuL's. marked 'Us uointers: thcuce with said (iibsou's line 32 rods to the beginning corner at ridge road, containing 2U acres. Hut from this 20 acres la excluded 4 acres sold otr to Zike (Jrar aud now owned by Alva r aim. Hale to be made on a credit of six months bond with Purchaser will be renuired to approved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest fr.mi date of ale. with a lit n reserved on said land tut til all the purcha e money ispiiil. U 4 Uritlin, Master Commissioner. Kockcastle Circuit Court. iIe Commissioner's Sale Robert Cockrell. by Jennie I ockrell. m guardian, and Jeuuie Cockrellindlvidually, NOTICE OF WARNING There has been complaint made to mo about parties pelting drunk and being brought beforo tbe courts und swearing that they do not know tbe party from whom 1 thoy bought the whiskey. have been informed by the U. S. officers that it a violation of the law to buy whisky anywhere in the U S , und to take the afli davit of any man who swears that he bought whiskey, but does not know the party from whom he bought it, so when you bu whtskv and aro brought before me and do not know th party from whom you bought, you will be sont to juil for contempt of court l am going toao ail in my power to in force the law", ns I have stated before. I ask all good citizens to help me in this Rockcastle Circuit Court. 1'laintifls, vs ; Notice of Commissioner's Sale, With good will to all and ill will Defendant. Robert Cockrell, to none, IlvWrlue ofajudcmenl and order of sale I am yours, of the Kocncaatle Court, rendered at the Feb. Cam Mullins, ruaey term, tu.o, tnereoi, mine nti e styled cause, the vnderslgaed will on Holiday, Counto Judge. tful. IT. lOOII Utu.wnl1i. .nliMnf I nUiuk aud 4 o'clock pm, at the front 'door ol the court liouse In Mt Veruon, Ky, proeeeu to STRAIGHT SALARY $3500 expose to public sale, 10 the highest bidder, the following described properly; expenses to man One lot located In the Town of Livingston, per week and HocKcastle 'County, KeutncKy, and on the or w. man with rig, to introduce east side ot Main street, and bounded as follow s; POULTRY MIXTURE. IJur One lot located In the Town of Livingston, Itocktaslle Cwuntv, Kentucky, and ou the eka MfK. Co., East St Louis III. east side of Main Street, and bounded as follows; Nonce We will discontinue buyUeginiilug at a stake in the line of Main street, btgHiiiing corner ofIot 24, aluo Tur- ing spokes at all stations after Mch. ner to the first cross street; thence with Hue 15, 1920. of Maiu street 857 K10U ft and 8iuches toa Tut Roger Wheel Co. staKe near aud north of the store house; 1 hence with a divisioa By 0. V. Jarrett. line made bv Commis 3-- 5 2t. sioners In the division of the lauded estate of Ilowmau aud Cockrell, N47 K22J feet toa You can see the largest and most slake In line of L and N U It right-of-wathence with same N131-- 2 W1W feet toa complete line of shoes at Sutton & stake iu said line, and corner to the first McBee's at reasonable prices. cross street;; thence with Hue of said cross ft to tbe beginning. street, 835 2 W2C5 one-bamore or acres, containing one ana less. Sale to be made en a creult of 0 months. Purcha er will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the mirclia.se uioner. to have the lorceaud effect of a Judgment, bearing legal Interest from date of sale, with a lieu reserved on said lanu until tlie puieiiase money u paia. 0 H Griflin, Master Coinmlssitner, HocKcastle Circuit Court.' matter. It is seldom, indeed, that men of large and rapidly growing list of prominence, especially men holding prominent men who have publicly high public office, willingly express indosed Tanlac for the 4ood it has a their indebtedness publicly to a pro done them, is the name of Hon. medicine- - Many promin- Frank V. Evans, former Mayor of prietary Men or women wanted:- ent men, however, including su- Birmingham. Mr. Evans is one of preme court judges, mayors of our the n men in public life in to take orders among friends and of leading cities, prominent state and Alabama being at one time neighbors for the genuine guarcounty officials, bankers, lawyers, Editor of the South's greatest news- anteed hosiery, full lines formon women and children. Eliraln. Bosh- doctors, editors, leadiug educators, paper, the Birmingham government officials and even min- He was also examiner of public ates darning. We pay socts an isters of the Gospel have deemed it accounts of Alabama. In telling of hour forspare time or 24. per models are their duty to come forward and tell the benefits be had derived from week for full time. Experience unnecessary. Write, Interthe people what Tanlac has done Tanlac, Mr. Evans said: Norris for them. "For years I suffered with gostri national Stocking Mill, expen-sive-the- yf are n These men of affairs tis and indigestion in the worst form. town, Pa. have reconized in this medicine a I was habitually constipated and had re For Sale: My place of 50 new discovery and a scientific tri- pains in my shoulders and headache umph in the medical world. It is a continually. My appetite left me acres, more or less, with good n for little fact that these splen- almost entirely and everything I barn, dwelling and peach orchard, did endorsements have been given would eat hurt me. Finally I got to one mile east of Mt. Vernon. Tanlac time and time again and having awful attacks of acute indiworth marketable timber on they will continue to be given just gestion, palpitation of the heart and $500 and acres cord wood. place as often as new tests of its powers smothering spells. For a long time See or wtito 10J. C. Moore, Mt. are made; and it also explains why I would have one or more of these Vernon, Ky. you numbers of the big drug firms of spells every night and I would wake lth?-StyleajDexclusively out of my restless sleep gasping for the country ordering it class . d . ,- -. ... inearlqad lots. breath. LOUISVILLE, KY. - Doctor Povracribcs It. 'I bought a bottle of. Tanlac. and Msjcrtnskaf Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fayetteville. to my surprise and gratification I UbaraY value pals! needs began to feel relief after the flirst and full n Ga one of the mem ::-furs bers of the medical profession in the few doses. I kept taking the med himself wife state of Georgia, makes a state- icine and now my recovery is sim MidM anal ttoattUm his creditors, ment that will undoubtedly pro- ply the talk of Birmingham. duce a profound impression through- THE CASH STORE ,u.uw,,u,, ..- -- r --.. leaaine citizens or tnnt fntirn rpp. .. .. & L. W. BETHURUM tion. . He has been in the drugbusl nr i ATTORNEY AT tAW r. ........ r n .: "! tV va ness in Winder for 25 years. " MT.VKRNON, RY. Recently Dr. DeLaPerriere wrote: "ia r E. Will practice in all the courts. toequ'al Tanlac "a medfcme tS 0uf p,e"e, Office on Church Street IT PAYS TO PAY CASH produce results. I have no hesi- - over the AND TX.AOB AT BUSH'S recommending this medi- - and I desire to say that it is the tancv in ; Q.wi t m r m most wonaeriui seller l ever nad in ENOS SPENCER. Pksw ; CHAS. G. HARRIS. Vk4W this store." . " j"'6..,u ".T, ".. n.,;K.iH R. H. UNDSEY. Other prominent men who have w Talks. indorsed Tanlac are: Hon. Archie R. Anderson, ex-- ! Professor Elmer Morrris. of Dover, i sheriff of Harris County, Texas, is Tena; Professor W. A. Wood, of the unquestionably not only 0ie of the Central Graded Schools, Winder, Ga.; but one of the most C. C.Cooper.'Presidentof the Geor popular men that ever held office in gia Home Cotton Oil Co., Lawrence-vill- e, Texas. He served the people in Ga.; Hon. S. S. Shepard. memA RtaULAKLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP UUMNirM this important office for 15 consecu ber ofthe Atlanta city council; Hon. 321 CUTHRIE STREET, North of Poatoffico LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY tive years. Geo. Samuel Riley, former Chief of "I had the worst form of indiges- - Police in Macon. Ga.: Hon. C.G.Lav- - Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Student tion. suffered all the time from gas ender, register of Williamson county secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. on my stomach and was continually Tennessee; Dr. W. H. Brown. 4822 belching up undigested food," said Charlotte Ave., Nashville, Tenn., Mr. Anderson.' "I suffered with neu- - founder and president of the "COLORSrestore or A RAINBOW" OF redjs colors desired. pains of the worst sort and nessee Protestant Home for Girls; We ran nothing seemed to help me except John F. Carrol, cotton mill superin-i- n SWISS DYEINC SAVES BUYINQ Clothing- - that has become soiled from wear and tuafo ratut r sent to a cleaner. a temporary way. 'tendent.of Chatahoochee and At- Swlaa Cleaning Hsva No Equal I began to feel better after tak- - lantn; Hon B. F. Whittington. Judge MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED I; REE! my first bottle of Tanlac and have of the Rolston Court, South Omaha, Send tla rarcel Post just now started on my third. I'm Neb.; Geo. L. Bedford. Traffic Man- SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS. Inc. a different man already." ager for the Gustin Bacon Mfg. Co., runt, ooo eth st. fjOUMVIjgngji 4thA psld?nt ?f one, f tn Kansas City; Mr. James Taylor, banking institutions of South inois State Mine and Mineralmspec Pittsburg, Tenn., and one of the t0Ft residing at Peoria; Rev.' W. C. most successful bankers and busi- - Norton, pastor of tlie Wesley Mem-nes- s men in Tennessee, said: orial Church of Jacksonville. Fla.. i nave suuerea trom rneumatism Rev. E. G. Butler, pastor Central ana oiner ailments lor many years Baptist Church of Muskogee, Okla.; keep yourself satisfied, well-heal- ed and Tanlac has done me more good Hon. R. W. Damon, attorney of ready than anything I ever tried. I now Tacoma, Wash.; Hon. C. W. emergency, wake up in the morning feeling fine. gum. of Atlanta, for three terms' I'm telling all my friends about' sheriff of Fulton County, Go.; Rev. keep Tanlac and am recommending it to J. H. Dunn, pastor of the Church of them, regardless of their age and Christ, Spokane, Wash.; Judge G. W. accomplish the above trouble." Kyser,- - 1204 W. 9th St., Austin, ur. u. vy. mrernere. oi winaer, Texas, ana Hundreds or others in Ga., is not only one of the best- - every part of the country, known physicians and druggists in Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by is, considera the State of Georgia, but is also a Chas. C. Davis, in Broadhead by man of extensive property and wide The Brodhead Phcy.. and in ranking as one of the ingston by R. G. Webb." 3t-2to-da- y, the latest additions to the rarity that. Age-Heral- d. our new spring not high they're handsome. well-know- They not immense well-know- Why, as as $30inHartSchaflher &MarxFish'sSpecial Clothes can buy best-know- thaTanvordtnary to satisfy man his and u:-.- ,r TtSJSr ,r': .i JTZ --- "' Targgacfexccc at "tJ: T ??"f KX2Dab3C8r333C '. .Tt '"' r best-know- Commercial School Ten-ralg- ic owetr Had You Thought and to meet any you should start a bank account. And, adding to it. You can suggestion by starting an account with us today. No matter how small. Our motto "Appreciation, tion and coustesy". Long words, but every individual knows what they mean. To Rnn inn I Rnn inn I Th Bank of JVlt. Vernon J. Nl" T. Roofing GEO. S ( W.RY, Pres. It I FFI N, Vice-Pre- W. h. RlCHAKDS.jCashler V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier A ROOF FOR EVERY BUILDING I have just received a car load of EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Rhode Island Red Baraa Rhcdo Island Bad Poultry Association Darea, Kantuoky forjintchiiig at the following price9 : Iu lots of 50 . $1 "0 , $4,00 Two settings . . 2.75 In lots of 100, . 700 pons, per setting $3.00 in your m- lei s early to tho Couuty Agent. Rerea, Ky. Send "HELP PAINT EASTEUN KENTUCKY UED" furnishe" i"ji Ono setting . in-ci- CAREY'S ROLL ROOFING This car was bought before the last big advance in price came I intend to give my customers the advantage of this price, therefore they will be able to save money Rhode land Reds Wanted: Men or Women to take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guar auteod hosiery, full lines, for men, women and children Eliminates darning. Wo pay 50 cent an hour for spare time, or 24 dollars per week for full tlmo. Uxpori-eucunnecessary. Write. Inter, national Stocking Mill. Norris town, Fa. o L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelerjr Silverware Fine Watch Repairing Bk22t$ K.w la C.C. ATTOnNEY-AT'LA- William MT.VEHNON.vv. I have the pure bred Rhode Island Red Chickens, and am soiling the EGGS at $1. per sotting. If you want Eggs, engage thorn now, Mrs. cj. S. Caudill, R. P. D. No. i M t. Veruon , Ky. Sr Get my prices and you will be convinced ' OKFICB.- - Onard.floorofl Bank or Mt. Veruon, onJ nurcn St. special atten tion given collections. S. T. Proctor 'pnonk 8o X At LOUISVILLE, KY. 648 S. Fourth Ttlr New UeetUa Foil Saw: A lot of good shock fodder, on Sparks Quarry farm, 300 per shook. Sso C. D. Suttoc or U. T. Young. TOBACCO SETTERS Absolutely the best setter the market at the price on arid look , TV ONLY And the best of it is, we have 'em in stock and can make delivery now. S85.00 a Let us save you $15.00 . GET YOURS Seed Oats $1.15 I- Seed Potatoes $3.25 Cow Peas - Garden Seed - L. WELCH'S DEPARTMENT STORE - Tlio family of Mr. Wubstur Wobb liuvc miiiiU pox. Mrs. .1. T. Albriglit nnd diiur.htor.''H.'iby Miss Maggiu Brown of near Joe" have returned to tlioir homo liore is very sick. Willie Wren, in Lebanon let. nftor two weeks progressive farmer- of Stanford visifwith frinnd4 ami" relative and Miss Rachel Walden. attract here Mrs Other Uox of near OTTAWA - Berea flu ( I Kenfucku's Greafesf Counfrg Sfore USE TliE PHONE AND "SAVE THE DIKKKUKNOK" Mr. and Mrs. Jack and family Sat. and Sunday, with Mr. and Geo Karris. Miss G'adys son Albright has been sick few days. Albert Albright bnturuuj-AVitUill Mioks week. rr Las-we- ll 2E jl Three things are essential to your success A Sam Purcell Jr. spent Saturday with his sister, Mrs John Las well. Misses Cordia Pay no and Pearl Weaver of Brodhead, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. "Fannie WeaVer And family S. P. and J. T. Albrightof Lob- - night Mrs. Wil- foj a spent ! were married at the home of tlio Thursday. Mrs. Sarah bride, Taylor of Bee Lick, died Sunday night and was lnid to rest at Prov. idciico Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hasty nnd daughter, Miss Novara, are very sick with flu.-- Mrs J. S. Cash has the crjma noon, anfer a few days illness rf llu,-S- ue leaves a husband and six small children to mourn hei loss We extend to tho beieaved ones much sympathy. -- Mr. Eli Ping died Saturday at his home near here. Ho leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss y " naoin. nave r.e- with their parens -- Hon. W T. . icessitaitd thu the use of an oc- Prewilt was ... Mt. Vernon Fr,. omA laxative. I have tried Miss Jewell! many but found nothing hettei day on business. Owens spent Surday with Misses, than Chamberlain's 'i ablets." ' Mrs writes George F. Daniels, Hard Nu'lvaiul Pearl Purrnll Mr Daniels is pro M A Soggins is visiting hei w'ck, Vt. printor oi the Hauhvick inn, one daughter Mr. S. C. Owens, who of the model hotels of New En has been very sick with "flu this land. I imiiM.i lni,r...illi,lili inn n m - - . - i Back ofTour Success A A Bank Balance Bank Acquaintance Bank Credrf v. I Get Goodyear Tire Economy for That Smaller Car H Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank Our officers are ready to ' with you. co-oper- ate I autoJust as owners of the highest-price- d economy mobiles get greater mileage and out of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear advantages. sizes of The 30x3-- , 30x3V2-- , and 31x4-inc- h Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's worth in performance and satisfaction which only the utmost in experience, resources and care can produce. This extraordinary money's worth begins not only with the merit of these tires, but also with the first cost, which in most cases no greater, and sometimes actually is less, than that of other makes of the same types PUBLIC SUE F will on Thursday, Macrh 18th Nea,r Albert Allen's .Farm, CooksburgOffer for S.ale the following property ii 7 mlrw aiMw w 30x Vfc Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, AIIAVcather Tread 30x314 Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Antl.Skld Treaif. e IV fi these sizes. lie is ready to supply you Goodyear Havy Tourist Tubes at the same time. of tires. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other cars taking AT 10 O'CLOCK to the best bidder: 8-yr-3-yr-old - -- StoC-Tz "l1 ' ' " " ". - -- - - Li ') 750 J i er Z1 Goodyear Heavy TourUc Tubci are thick, strong tubei that reinforce casings properly. Why ritk a good casing with a cheap tuber Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cott little more than tubes of leu merit. 30x3'2 lze fa uiattr- - 4150 k fresh next month One Cow, One Cow, These cows never go dry One Sow, brings pigs this month - Seven Shoats, Poland China , weight 40 to J 00 One 3x9 Wagon Two Calves Other Farming Tools Plow One Some Corn and Bacon Household and kitchen furniture TERMS All under $10 cash in hand, ail over $10 a credit of six months will be given on approved security hill-side GOODYEAR Service Station Bryant Bros. Garage We carry the famous Good' Arch Allen Roy Beasley, Auctioneer year Tire In all Sizes 'ffirK SUPPLEMENT MT. VfcflNON llfQi flAL, MAROrl 12, 1920 MHBHHrtMMBMMHMMilMMi 0. TRANSYLVANIA HAS ovs' Conference Sunday morning each delegate attooded Sunday School with his elir, and Mrs. W. M. Poynter host. have bden sick, hut me are triad Sunday afternoon was dovoted torepwttbat they arc hotter at to a discussion of "Why chooso iniawnnng. your Life's Work Early?" and Xkven of our high school followed by signing "Forward boiajtendod tho Oldor" Boys' Stop Cards." CpfereHco at Somerset, March Sund:iy evenings address was ..a . 0 i nis conicronco was given by Supt. George Colvin. hold under auspices of tho Stato Wo are much indobtod to tho Yoop Men's Christian Associa- good people ot Somerset tor the tion way they entertained our boys The banquot given by the Do and also to tho Stato "Y" for metric. Scienco Class of the Som-ers- making such a splendid and in school was one of tho most spiring program possible. enjoyable happenings of tho conThose who attended aro W. M. vention. It Is said that no other Davis, Claudo McHarue, Robt. sciioonabur state can servo and Fish, Vernon Cox, Evorettt Bry prepare 'a meal for so many in ant, Bernard Franklin, Jack its own. walls. The welcome Crawford. Earl Mullins, Leonard given by Prof 8am Davis. Richard Gentry. Russoil Mayfield, Chester Gragg, Judgo Niceley and D. EL Lyon. E. and Rev. O. H. Russell Niceley was elected Talbott. Response D. H. Lyon. 1st Vice President and W. M. The Address of the evening was Davis was elected 2nd Vice Presdelivered by VDr. W. A. Ganfield, ident of Conference. President ofCencre College. SiUrday the boys listened to Boys' Declamatory Contest talks and, addresses from the fol- will be held at school building enlowing: Mr. R. W. Raaf, Dis March 19. Boys who have trictSec'yV. M. C. A.; Mr. L. tered are Russoil Niceley, Earl Mullins, Leonard Davis, Everett J. Dajker, Boys' Work Secy, Y. Bryant, Vernon Cox, Robt. Fish. M. Ci:'A.; Mr. P. 0. Dix, State will bo SecY. Hi 0. A. Tho evening A musical program contest. given R. H. in connection will addrejM'.wM given by Dr. Crossdald.ipresident of Transyl. Honor Roll .for February. VaniajCoIlegf, 1st grade Walter Percifal, Robt Cox Jr., Laura Cummins. 2nd grade Bonnie Hamlin, COLDS, ZA& PNEUMONIA Anna Noo, Sajlyo McKenzio. II liiieTlhi a iwel Bnat't Vmaraae YMfwr?m ion uttekJMirm rrwtji r t'rnr)' Qi?rJ?i' Vrnm'h. r HVT et Vf,-Wesl- PERSONALS John Albright was at home Sundny. Mr. John W. Fields Is in Stanford. 0 C. Williams was in London Thursday. H tl W, -- .. the danger, especially from the germ diseases, as a cold prepares the system for the reception and dcvelopeinent'of the germs of con sumption, diphtheria, scariet fever and whooping cough. The quicker you get rid of your cold, the less the danger of contracting one of these diseases. Camber lain' Cough Remedy lias a great reputation as a euro for colds and business. can be depended upon. It is Mrs. Charlie McKenzio is the pleasant to take. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas NOTICE. McKcnzie. Tlirougu tlie columns 01 our Miss Marguerite Welch has good paper, the Mt. Vernon Sigbeen visiting Mrs. Loyd Johnson nal, I announce to my manv ..aL'TYiWrr, K'itMUMWHMHMWMri frjonds and good-r- jj sJ&inerst hat 1 HU'e solU my :iuuii ol nimus u Miss Marguerite Welch is W. A. Cox, (whom you will th d back in the post office, after her at my old stand ever ready to welcome and servo all who call recent illness. Mrs. Dolau who has been sick on him. . will please All at the home of her daughter, Mr. call at who owe me and settle. myresiden:e R. A Welsh, is improving. W. M. PoyNTKR. 0. H White is in from Mt. III. to spend a few dpys with COLDS pjrS LW. bis family in Mt. Vernon. Speai INFLUENZA Miss Susie Thompson is in KILL THE COLD AT Louisville and Cincinnati, ONCE WITH Millinery fur button Car-nia- l, ('. D. Sutton is in Cincinnati buying goods. Mrs, John W. Brown was in Lebanon Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Helton, of Pino Hill, is improving rapidly. W. A. McKenzio is spending the week in Cincinnati. Little Matthew Pinzell, who has been vorv sick, is better. Miss Kelly spent a few das Willi her sister, Mrs. D. H. Lyon. Mrs. Willis Mckenzie is spend, ing the week with Mrs. R. A. Sparks. J. T. Elliott, of Livingston, was in Mt. Vernon on business Tuesday. Mrs. S. 11. Martin is with her daughter, Mrs. H. VV, Jones in Stunlotd. J. W. linker, Jr., of Livingston, was in Mt. Vernon Monday on Tologram from Washington, D. March 0, 1O20. Mt. Vernon Signal: The Spanish American and Philippine Wur Pension Bill, which was reported by our committee, passed tlio House, 203 to 10 We feel .that tlio Senate will also pass it. Under a recent ruling, top floor of Treasury, each soldier who served over seas on and af tor July 11, 1923 will receive additional pay of from $1 20 to $3 per month. All such soldiors in Rockcastle county, will send mo their names and addresses. Signed, J. M. Robsion, M. C. WHY GOLDS 'ARE DANOKR- OUS a&B OLDEST LIBRARY PRICELESS COLLECTION OP BOOKS OWNED BY LEXINQ. TON COLLEGE NOT IN HOUSE. FIREPROOF For Weak Women In use A MANY WORKS ARE III LATIN forover 40 years! r6 Ancient Medical and Law Book Could Not Bo Replaced Many of Them Centuries Old. Ky. Tlio oMeat library und one of the oldest In the United State, n library estimated by lot era of old books to be worth Tthlch is centuries old, la one of the of Transylvania Ollexe, tho first college west of tlio Allegltcnlea, whose financial foundation was formed by the escheated estate of three Ituvolutlouury period lories. I'rolmlil) nowliwo Hue In America, If anywhere else In the nuild, tan the olumc3 of Transylvunln's old library be duplicated. Many of these priceless old bookr ure of the sixteenth nnQ seventeenth centuries, tme example of what was then n fine art, the type in clear as the day they were rrlntftl, many of the texts In Latin, though some of them, like Wllllnni Cowper's "Anatomy of Ilmmin llodlcs," 1009, mid Culpepper!) 'AstroloRlciil Judgment of Diseases," lCM, both rmlillMiid In Uuidon, are In the Kngllsli of thut time. These hooks weie purehased liy riff jjlf'isll were costly ami few. Dr. Charles Caldwell, of the Medical Gdlojre of Triinsj Ivmilii, look with him to Pnrli in 18'Jl the sum of sexenteen thousand dollars wltli wiilih to buy book for the medical llbmry, and these hooks htlll are consulted by the medical experts of America, who can find them now here else. Dr. Caldwell found that because of the stormy times in Franco liiiiny libraries which bad Itetongid to Frvii) Innen heretofore In the wealthy clusfcs hud found their way to the bonkicllcnr shelves. Tells of Purchases. "1 found and pur limed." he says lu his report, "no inconsiderable number of the choicest winks of I he fathers of medicine, from lllppocrnteu to the .letter .works wlilca4J&j other way, und perhaps nf nn othfr time, could hnvo been collected so leadlly and certainly mul on terms so r favorable, either In I'arl or city or the world. Hence the .decided superiority of Trmiliuila' medical lllittiry. In those works, lo uny othei In the west nml couth, and probably In the whole I'll I ted States." Drt Peter mid Dr. Isntli, of the med ical school. In 1B.T.' made another purchase for the medical college, when they slienreleen iliousand did Inrs for liook" m.d ujiniimtus In Lou Ion and I'urls. Cine of DaRiierreV cameras first (,'hen to the world In that jear, is npionc the nppanitns they, liroujjla back to Lexington, and it voday in Triinsjlwiiilu'8 Museum, alonj: with oilier rare and iotly apparau" nf that early date. This mcdlrul library Is practically Intact, and ln.rkli in into material for the medical student and author. Print ed in the 1 en ii, dear tjpe of the l nod, tneir iilmi'iips are such as to delight tho eje of the book, hncr and connolsseui. Rthnrsquc's Works. The collection of uiedfcnl botanies and works on nuluinl history especially are Inteiestl'ij; and show .the influence of Itntlm'sqtio himself, Who fer seven jears. from 18111 to 1820, wan the head of this dej iirinient In Anions tlielilid honks tlieie Is the set of Alexunder Wilson, published in I'lilladelphla from 1808 tn 181.1, Willi lie oluiuei) ailded tn It about twenty oars Inter by Churles l.uelen itonnpmte; (Joore Edwards' "Xnttiml lllslnry of itlrds" nml "Gleanings of Natural Illstoiy," published in Loudon, IT III lo 1701; "The Natural Illstoiy of t'mutlnu, Florida ami the Itiihtima Islauih;." by Muik Cutesby, putiilshed lu London In 1771; all lart."i volumes with beautiful, clear-cu- t plates. Hesldes these, there Is the ''Dlctlonalrro des Sciences Naturelles," of M. Duinont do Suinte-Ciolprinted In Paris between 1810 and 18.10, prob ably the most artistically Illustrated of any In I ho set. The llrst publication on the general botany of North America is in this library. It Is the "Floiu Unreal of Andreas Mlchaux, published In Paris In 1S03. There uro also "Flora Vlnjlnlcu'," by Johj. Clayton, published in Leden in ITiti; William C. II. Ilartoirs "Tlio Flora of North America," published In I'lilladelphla In 18211, and many others of equal InLexington, In Kentucky are often told to "beware of cold." but why? We will toll you: Every cold weakens the You lungs, lowers the vitality and paves the way for the more serious diseases. People who contract pneumonia first take cold. Tlio longer a cold hangs on, the greater u rym ey Thousands of voluntary letters Irom women, telling ot the good Cardul has done thtm. This Is the best proof of the value ot Cardul. It proves that Cardul Is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming- drugs In Cardul. It is composed only ol mild, medicinal Ingredients, with no bad after-effec- t-. TA TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic L- . "r H inn A$ Me SMsPwelii evCeteiieal u4cr naMUN n ike vmt. ui a mMl HazTl r You can rely oa 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 writes Mrs.MaryE-Vestof Madison Heights, Va. LS V Z ... ," e, liTuloiaHSuTnToiaT ilMlsi Umi&cumn N.WUfc Mfo boro,N.C Cummins Lillie Winstead. rm HP-- rjk . kmmmmmlimmw Kathryn Welch, 6th grade Edna Proctor, Nina Cox, Ronnie Cummins, Nettie Pennix. Jennie Penniz couia aanur wane just staggered around. 1 read of Cardal, and after taking one bottle, or before faking quite all, I felt much better. 1 took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take It fa the spring when I had no appetite, and I comraensed eatfaf . It Is the best tonic I ersr saw." Try Cardul. naa-do- V f. mmmmmmmmf i W'A M u. 3 TJL & McBee. BILL'S AG Mr. u d Mrs. Robert Ping have ioucs- - up and Mrs Pingns'better as we Jtoiuffc go to press, Standard coll rtouJr tor M yeare Mrs! D. H. Sandige wbo has m ihhi loria wit- our. pltut brcaki up a com im 14 been with htr mother, Mrs. S. H. Dturt rthtTta crip la 3 dor. Montr tuck if It (till. Tn Martin, returned U her home in ftnuint box no a Kia Mr. Hurt 11.1 finis .mm. lop who Lynchburg, Va. picture. AtAHDrm3nm Mrs. T. J. Niceley has called a X. meeting of the Civic League Mod day night at the residence of Mrs. L. W. Bethurum.. Mrs. J. V. McDonald, of Louis-villA. P. Moore lias moved to iiis and Mrs. J. W. Southard, property which he purchased of Evansville, Ind have been the from J, W. Riddle, near Cove guests of tbeir sister, Mrs.' R. school houso. Mr. John Proctor, who came down from Louisville A Welch. to bo at the funeral of his brother, Judge L. W. Bethurum has James M. Proctor, has returned returned from a visit to his niece, Mrs. Will Elliston in Covington. to his homo in Louisville. Frank who is attending school Mrs. Elliistoii will Itave for Ariin Mt. Vernon, was with home zona Saturday. folks Surday.Tho Bible readOur very excellent correspond, ing at Cove goes on as regular a at Brodhead, Mrs. Walter Rob. the Lord'd day comes. Time or ins.'is critically ill. Wo hope ,to meeting, 1 o'clock P. M. Flu in be able to report that she is very this community as yet, has not much better in our next issue. been very general. Richaid Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pioctor. who escaped flu before, Sparks entertained on last Fri- has not been so fortunate this day evening with a progressive time as he and his family have Rook party. Thirty five of been down, but uro up now.- -. their friends enjoyed the games, Elmore Stanley has tented the their hospitality and the follow-shi- p property belonging to John Tred- of the occasion Very much way, and will move to It soon. The winter will soon bo gone und REV. A. C. GRIFFITH DEAD spring is fast approaching, and Rev. A. C. Griffith, well known not very much plowl.ig done in Among those n Rockcastle, died at Hazard, at this community. the homo of Robert Baker, of who have plowed sotneraro Marflu after an illness of one day. ion Tied way and Chas. Caiter. Rev. Griffith was HAS HAD STOMACH years of ago and had been a minTROUBLE FOR ister of too Church of Christ SEVEN YEARS fot forty.two years. His wife, Theodore Sanford of Fenmoror Mrs. Serena Griflltb, now lives Mich, has had stomach troublo fot seven years add could not ea, at Conway, Ky. vegetables or fruit without pain in thestomach and restless nights EASTBR comes April 4th. By taking Chamberlain's Tabletb Today Is a good day to go right ho is now able to eat vegetables or to Fish's and pick from the new milt without causing pain or terest. The Old Law Library. Spring Hne the goods you like indlJeStion br If troubled with constipation givo Thv old law llbraiy waa once as val and let Fish's tit you as you have these tablets a trial. Tiny are uable as tho medical and other sclen- nevor' been fitted before. Get . certain to prove beneficial II lie hooks, but imfoitunatfly has not ready for Easier. been so well preserved through the any-othe- 4 CA&&R& LQ.UIN.INE Ys All Druggists belweoT you and daneer or would sparks from a fire oa either side ignite your roof? place Carey Roll Roofings ;and Asfaltslate Shingles m Class ';C" approved for lowest insurance rates. inThey are expensive, easy to lay and very durable. Asfaltslate Shingles are furnished in red or green crushed slate surface. and attractive. No painting or other spark-proo- f, Non-fading up-ke- .ooi ai wehtanti ! Insurance companies 7th grade Pearl Mize, Lula Pennix, Nellie Cox, Ella Mae Sowder. S for-elfi- n COVE NEWS o 1 8th tjrade liosa Carter, Anna Vanhook, Robert Cummins, Win Perciful. 9th grade Isabelle Cummins, Lillian Fields, Louisa Landrum, Ina Meadows, Lillian Griffin, Mary Saylor. 10th grade Edna Davis, Ella Mae Coffey toOflrtG Jo'-nso- n, ie-- feraeS ., . H expense. Roll Roofings are furnished in talc, mica, pebble and crushed slate surface and your choice of several weights. Consult us about your root. nth grade Julian Miller, Dessio Niceley. 12th grade Kobt. Fish, Wm. Davis, Bonnie Niceley, Christine Davis, Virginia Crawford, Willie King, Marion Kincaid, Ruby Cooper. 4 Ml LOUWVILLK.KY. WHITE CO. Trail-sjlMinl- S. T. PROCTOR Liberal aeaertmeat and full value pale r.wFURS NMmm SUM sdFwvT ? sixty-seve- n If you want Field Seed, pay us a call. We handle only the best grade at rockrbottom prices and keep a complete line, including Timothy, Red Top, Orchard Grass, Clover, Millet 'and Oats. Buy early and save, money. We are preparing to open the Feed business on a larger scale this spring and shall try to have what you want when y m want it. Come in and see or we both loose money Farmers i BABY CHICKS! BABY CHICKS! "SUPERIOR QUALITY" Wyun-dotte- NOTARY PUBLIC MT.VHRNON, KY. W. H. FISH Barred and White Rock. R1, Lechoma. Price lto and up delivery auannteed. Parcel paid. Bend today (or circular. l'..t Kentucky Hatchary H. LEXINUTON, centuries. Tlieie are left, however, many InteiestlnK books, among them collection of state trials, tho llnr-'rnHare In which ate found the proceedings at prethe trial of Cnptalu William Kldd for piracy; the trial of Anno Eoleyn, lu which her last letter to Klnc Henry Is ky. pubUsUed; tUu UlaU o Sir Walter ve a. I J. R Griffin 1 4 JA Ll.'-w- -- ,' ' ' ' - SUIMM.KMI-A- MT VUKNnNvSfUNAT, STUDENT mArOII smith-onc- 12. e i920 HIS PROPER' VOCATION. HEARTFELT SYMPATHY. aflafrJt4fcV , J-- f;ip - mt -- " Mi lllllt'l'iril W111I ..,.. H'rlolit I...r . , fa a. .......... nesdny nl the M.iptl.st I'arsiuingti GOOD NEWS. Big car load by Rev. I). A. Webb. Tim biiile of Fetico just received by U. G. is the utttae.tlvu daughter nf Mr. Happiness and Success Vitliin Baiter, Ml. Vernon. and Mrs A. D. Ramsey, and tlio Knsy Koiolinf l.eillMood Messrs Neil Parrot mid Will grtom isn sin of Mrs. II V Davis ed Mon ml Women nniii-iniiim Lsingford received tlio Royal orOt'iuvn, nuil a very Aueiiiiu Conditions IJ11. Arch Degrees, in the Ml. Vernon young man. May their life bo a and prosperous one is our happy iieressaiy Chanter, on Monday night. wish. l'epto.Mjiiignii Makes Kieli Ilcd Leo McClure, livinp near town, Client Didn't you make a mlstaka In going Into lnw Instead of tlio arruyT hail a ten dollar hill this weelc isIMomllhiihls Up Palo. Thin Wife If my first husband wcr lSyerWliy7 W. M. L'oynti'r sold his store sued by the Homo National Hank 1I.VH wo should be celebrating out Anemic Men and Women Cllcnt-- Ily the way you cliargo roo.11 and stock of goods to V. A. of Lotipton, Kansas, Oct. i7, 19m . t of tlui ."vor wedding today. there wouldn't be mi. and C. C. Cox. Mr 'o liter has Good I'eiillli is the nint iiuaiiuu- - ivuui u vij uv uiea so enemy. which was signed by V. A. Cox, toon. been one of Mt. Vernon's most asset rfhfe Without a Cashier and Claude U Cox, IIo vigorous, Mining body mid n keen, successful business men. ' lias boon in th- - general merchan- clear mind, true hn' piuoss and Mis. CI eo Brown gave a Roolc dise business, in Mt. Vernon, for enjoyment are hupti.sibo party Timduy afternoon, those thirty-onyears. Ho is retiring And yet so maey women, and prcjpnt were; Mcsdames J. V frivu agtivo business lecatise his men too, whose misfortune it is Senntur Murk Smltli, nf Arizona, Brown, H. T. Young, D. fl. health has not beon good for sev- to b( pale, thin and anemic, hope- was once K Ntiuleiit nt Triinsjlviiiitu Lyon, R. A. Sparks, I. W. eral years.. Wo understand that lessly accept this condition in CollcKi- at I.i'xliiKtiin. Senator Sinltli iitimiii; the Bethuruni, C. H. White, V. .1. C. C. Cox gets the hardware end belief that robust realth and real !ins taken front rank of'tlie new Soutliwest, unit often Spurks, Cleo V. Brown, Mnrv IS. of Ihe business and thai IStrl Cox happiness are not for them. tomes bark to Kentucky to vWt tlio old lionib nt Cyiitliliiiui. nml tlicseem-Williams and Miss Befs Sparks. will have charge of the grocery Thousands of men mid women of Ids tttiiuYnt liilior.s nt the I.exlnu'to.'i end have been restored to vigorous Collect? where he laid the foundation NOTICK health anil lasting happiness by of his suhe(iient eureer. Tliere was a mistake in jlio Miss Sarah Adams and John Gudo's This Department Store add Welsh's lttilelch, I.oM Colihniii, Mniy, Queen of "of last week's issue. The price A. Fiench, two popular young beneficial blod tonic contains Scot", nipinlierf f tlietSii!iiuwiii'r Plot, Is Always a Delightful Occasion. Here are two friends who on Tobacco Setters should have people of the Wildie .action, wero the very properties io vitally nit of the Archbishop of Omteibiiry, You of heiesy. wish to call upon you regularly throughout the year. mar riul at tlio home of Mr and n?eded to improve the blood'. the lirelntc on Read been $85.00 and not 185. Ilhnny wis enildied by know them well 1'otir Own Home NcK'spaper and Your Own Mrs. II. S. ( offey iieir Wildie I?ept Maligna, lft'ikeii font few 11118.11, Hie "III llrltiiiinlc .Majesty the add this week. The Tobacco plft frou: Home Farm Paper. Monday afiernnon. They loft weeks, will enrich the blood and William I'," 'f 81 folios In each of Setter is a bargain. Since lx)th arc working for the same ends as yourself to slip ujr time here that afternocn for a short create thousands of the tiny red Khti'li w:ik I.'oiiimI promote the best interests of your home and community life thu miIiiiiiu Is to bo As we go to press we learn that visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry blood cells that are so necessary and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested In the lihri.ry of l'r.iiiy!vnnl:i and W. H. Pish, junior member of Catron niid family at Crab Orclf to carry nourishment Tln-liicliHle fo.ir in the following special offer: The Signal extends the clad strength to every jrirt of the body. of Ihe DooiiiMliiy Hunk, the clothing linn of J. Fish In tin- IlrltMi of ! to tills happy Mumg couple is safe, bene' Sen, has purchased the interest the priuvedlii'-- . uiliseiini, enleiidiii's -" . nlons.dit to the taste, ticial. and .'..i.. M1 of his father in the store and will '' jtt-t ;w IBlllI Ulii iMilll wmiumimt mill tt winpitii. ii ii and "'UULllUUL ILL WMU'.i UlbVu'il i JlfJ'l( !or convenience it is prepared in of .QIIIWMI VAfol'WU. W H.Fislrneeib 110 introduction renlni under mrloiii Hims, Hint tionks no to John Retuier's. near J F. liquid aud tablet form, both ot of Ihe lilsloili' elmrti-1'.to the people of this county as he" n.,tr... 1 fcJUI ' r,. ,,.., ........ I'M possessing exactlv the same med of KnJniul. 111 Vllllllll J "Ml fl til i iiw ii hi; uinco Viiiiii ju meat, bread, canned uoeds, fruits minal properties, Kxeivit In K"W neiitO'l of the business Saturday morn l He sure to ask your druggist to the iiiil'crslly tveln A'so etc. The hrice is right. ing, Maroh 13th. follow of l.Mltlijmil Oleck niithiirs, olio goto Mrs. John Rentier's on for "fiuduV when you order of which IiIk niiloiiiph. T!u CATARRHAL DEAFNESS Main St. at the Dowell place, for "Glide's is the younger Mlcliait, Ihe fiiiiuntx JVeni-ICANNOT BE CURED hot and cold lunches. all well genuine IVp'o- - Mnngun Look htlenllst, savo the nlej;e a Imu'e CM Their visits will be welcomed by cveFy member of your home. In illctlonnry for the name "Guile's on the aee mil Uitln.with Irniislhtlons Ii: by local applications, as they cooked and worth the money. Mt. Vcmon,Ky. This i;irt. nmili Kivnch .MOUNT VERNON SIGNAL, cannot reach the diseased portion , bears Hie package. of tl.e of the year. There is only one 011 a sheet of p.iper held down it For sale in Mt. Vernon at1 yvay to euro catarrhal deafness, Jhj fimr''MioR of 1I1L wnfers of toe C. C Divis Drug Store of tin! mid that is by constitution!! pvfiod, iitttirhed id the eTor. reined?. Catarrhal Deafness is ' Mohammedan's Gift. Laundkv. I niiiaueut for the .caused by an inflamed condition Do al' A Mohiiioiifeiiiin llienlnlcnn, .whoso , Danville Steam Luut.dry of the mucous lining ii the Eus-- t chian Tube. When this tube is A man 13 a3 old &9 hio organs ; ho khids of wahing eje Leave ifi iM) lias not been prehervou, nve to ejw tin ."llltniilnMted rersliui inflamed you lav& a rumbling can be 03 vigorous and healthy at ,at my fathers "offrcojf-oii(t or in it iiseriiiir wiiUH is siii.-isound or imperfect heating, and if ho aids hla orcpns in logiio of clftii In lb)- oiliest; pt'1'i- -l r( performing their functions. Kccp . , 1. vi u ii isuiiuiuiv uimuu, u a . .. iii Mied. n tWi This liiiim3ei'liit wn ueiijiman biunev I'Qrnani - ness is the result. the your vital organs healthy with Unhs Tmiislnied recTiilly by u I'ei'sltui sehol- . 'Jnflttmiunt;,";; canbe leuuctd aud Uf. nml It pioved to. I'e the blstor), , this tube restored to its n rmal GGLDMEDftL Mt. Ky r.'ritten In 17!M, of Tlinoiir. the con- the iitturor ofl'eiMii. condition, hearing will bo do by pome ef Many casese of ftioyed forever WANTi'.n To bov old wateh Ti'hih!t't;i" of the pnMNIiefs deafness are caused by catarrh, movements of.any hind but tljej tip liidst fii!iiotiITiheenturles, still of TO-gffla lUtll mid ' winch is in infi.t I'd condition of IS remedy The kidney, (he mucous surfaces. Hall's ca liver,world's standard uric addfor tro'.bL-o.- . dollar watch. Old gold .nil silve perfect ef.lidlt'on nml siimptuoiisly bladder and of I'Miud, cotistltuti' iinollii-tarrh medicine ac s through the sine 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates wanted. . jj the llbiiiry. Mi.'iy of these bear on. AM .l...!-..- . S 'C FranVhn, Jeweler. U... blood on the mucous surfaco of ... ui(;biis. tll uiu(;iaia, uiicv cja.Vliai iIiq iniil'liis notes made by reiulerx In Lookor tba name Cold Medal on every boa the system & N. Watch Inspcctor4 Uroek b'tteis ns rlear junl perfect us L. Sad cpt no Imitaticn J fjve one bundled dolWe nil , will the new Congress do with the Mt. Vein'on, Ky the 15 pe III wliu Ii they me prluteil. MenefleaaHeBiaaEa lars for.any cse ofCntarrhal deaf tlie j Thefu ifre mntrlili'ss evniiiplos ofcopy affect the na-ti6art ness that caiinoi bo cured b. momentous questions-tha- t Foil "ai.k: A lot of good shocjt typoiriiipheifi-- ' I.hes,(ilid Inelnde In Tiirls published Circuif I'lutiiiiitiV Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Spirit Qjirry f.imi.' In" lKJ'f. Which is I0V4 by 1116 Inches, fodder, fabrics? lars free All Drugists, 75c. NOTARY thick, and weljjhs Se CD Sttttilr jail four 30B psr shne't F. J. CHENNEV & CO.. MT. VKRNON, lY. pniiiids n laitfe tm iu of (Irotlus, S Toledo, Ohio. or H. T. Young will the Kentucky. Legislature do made In Ainsiei'diiiii ; a eilitlw of (HI Hl.is, uiinle In rurls; A will to solve the serious questions Vn ... LOCALS RAMbI V 1 WIU'.'.llT 'i 11 Mis Rlsso hi'v Mitl Mr. t r n n n hra,.,-th senator mark . Tr,.-,,- n ,-- , A - OF TRANSYLVANIA BLESSING s i: t. e - stnli-H-me- a Ipto-.V!hiig.i- A Visit from Friends 11 11 11 1 eil Unhei-slty.- " &!d . cnl.i-lu.- 's Pepto-Mat'ga- n iiiiinu-t'i'lp- w - -- -- ''"'" les f Uk--- i. Mt. Vernon Signal a a I 1 , r-- .i. M-- i THE" OHIO FARMER, OiieYear xelliini-hoiiin- Special Price to You lie-o'- s i , Only $1 .SO i?U-l- MAN'S BEST AGE mitei-'inp- li i; Ilii-Iil-e I . i i 40-aa4-- xswcG-aiid- - Grave Problems CONFRONT 11 .'11 Monroo-Frmklin- Ver-oii- STATE W E3 h W l- 'e pnblli-he- ' AND'JVJATION EVERY INTERESTED BODY J" r -. IN THE OUTCOME 1 What W.H.FISH 11 nal PUBLIC o-- i sK-(ce- ll tlireo-vulu- What e edition nC l'liiiitns. printed that o1uuies e.t J.elpslc, mid tnaiiy sm-.illIn nther boidliiiiK liillilonod by decorations In h'olil. The library ulr includes n copy o( the (lit KukIMi 1 (III Ion of N'nviiiu pnld'sheil "in tilVi; Descartes' "I'rlnclpla," published In Hiso, Ui)(l u come before it? What will the new State Administration do to carry out its pledges for the advance- THE UNIVERSAL CAR I To the business man, retail or wholesale; to the m vmfacturer; to the commis ion man; to the trucking company, the For'lodel T One Ton Truck makes an irresistible appeal because 'it 'has in its chassis all the merits of the original Ford car; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadium'steel chassis, and the manganese bronze A strongly built truck that serves satisfactorily and ,lasts in service If these statements were' not true,, the demand for Ford Trucks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We will be pleased to take your order for ope or more Ford Trucks, will see that you get reasonably prompt delivery, and will give you an after service that insures the constant service of the Truck. But don't wait too long. ' Get your order in promptly. yprm-drive. BRYANT BROS. 1 London edition of Knismiis' "Kmnlllar' Colloipiles,", which fives evidence of much use, mid which recalls the fact that It was ilciiouiiceduy Ihe doctors of tie Soibomii! ns "an erroreoes scmidalous nml Impious uubllcutlou," ryid Its rending Publlthed Bulletin. pub-- , Transylvania College Hshed ti bulletin which contiilus a of the 111 iv mid valuable volunies paces of In Its library. Twenty-fou- r wlih this I'st. the bulletin are lllli-The books ealulocued Inial 'ZS vo. o untes. Seme ol the booi;s In the lllinuy show the rames of the men who helped In the csiiibludiiiicnt of this, the tlrst cidleD of, Its emtio west of the Allcidifiiies. These names, written on the tly leues , of the books Incliuh) they laivo to Iho Uiilei-ltythose oC Joint Todd, Levi Todd, John Hradford, Henry Clay, Hacklier Thrm-Ion- , llenjmpiii (iitilA Chiii-leS. Mori-liea- ii, .lames (laiitml, KUImitl .AI. .lolin-soTlioni'H. A JIi.oliull, Nalhanlel (1 Hurt, llumpliiey Mui'shnll, Itobeit VyclllVo ami John C. Hlecklurhli,'e, the hismost of whom l.eliieil toiii-iktory of the (oimiKiiiwealili to wliltli tliej thus enljV'Ue Ihe books for Its ilrst educartuiial IiMtitloii, cn'n-lojricol-Ies e ment and uplitt of Kentucky To K eoj) ? Posted On llii'so Important PHvoloiiinonts Ami Thu World's Happenings In Gmieral Hecoinu A lu'gultif KwuJer Oi Ihe Courier-Journ- al t The Best Newspaper That Money Can Make or Buy Special staff ropivsentntives at Washington and Frankfull, relitiblo and fort will givo Jouriur Journal-renderdetailed iuiorni'itioii about overytliinr thf.t goe.s on in the National Capital and in tlio Stato'Capital, and every official act will bo subjected to tlio light of publicity. to make these features No oxponse will bo of tlio day's news the best aud nioi't complete ever attained by a Louisville newspaper. s lly special tirrnnRemeiits wo aru now able to offer The Daily Mt. Both On ourjer-Jourh- al AND THR b TRANSYLVANIA CAMPUS COVERS TEN ACREO. .Thu Ciimpurf of Traiihlvuulu College at Lexington Covers tea acres of laud In the heart of the city. The coIIckj Is jiist across the street from the Cur. neulo Library und 'students, therefore, are close to that Institution, as ived us huvliif the udvautUKO of the rare old library of Trans) lvtuila, which tins, uttructed the attention of bcholars the . country over, . . ICTDWd Jj 5, 9 ' mall, tor a well as new subscriptions, but only This offer applies to renewals til people liviliif in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Ntw subscriptions may, If desired, start at a later date, and renewal wilj date from expira. tlou of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspper, you may substitute The Tinics for 1'tio Courier-Journa- Vernon Signal only !, l. r""fX. 2 VV" "ii Send or bring your orders to the office of the M T, VBKNON S1UNA L I -- ' '