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Digital page images are linked to the text file. . r ( i (iwipsiiriir riih Hi Mglk r 1 andOur Good jrJttllMJLJNVj Money 1 JL Will SaveYauJ wRl'lI Hi U I ' " FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 19 mxo-o-cm ci mm o-- c- il 1920 8KMMWMS3 tOND Veueitwhen' i PRINTING GOOD JOBS Give Us Yburs jm volxxxiii MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE NUMBER C0H0-CK0O00H0HHH 26 Organized Gang Rob Brodhead Mt. Vernon Stores Mt. Vernon Sleuths Unearth A Gang of Robbers Intent News Livingston Hews town Saturday. John N. ' Clark has returned to his store in Tennessee after a visit with his family here. The case between the L & N R. R. Co., and Hnlda Pitmam was diamisscd on promise that she would not be caught carrying coal from the L. & N. yards again. So boys take warn ing. Henry Brummitt and wile, of the Pleasant Run section, was in town on business Saturday evening. Dr. Cornelious was in our town Saturday evening visit ing his mother, Mrs. Patsy Cornelious and sister, Mrs. W. G Niceley. Dr. Pennington, of London, was hero one day last week in consultation with Dr. Webb to see Carl Mullins wh6 is very low at this writiag. What has become of our friend y S. C. Franklin? Wake up and pay us a visit soon or we will have to mark your name off our slate. P. M. Dees was in town Saturday and reports Sid-nefifimJl-rWeii'Mivi-ViSi'" On.Systematically Looting Rockcastle and BUSTLE ARRESTED us u result of the and orphans of those wl.o tiled In the rn Ulti.nr ct.rnot. frntn ftrnrl. t.cnlce. Tor this purpose Uureiius of Itelnbllltntlon, war risk Insurance and iiead Real Estate Company for art" belnc operated. tlrnnnn Thie nronflrtv n fnn Perhaps tlio biggest worts the Ken- years ago sold!, for $3oo oo This tucky Leglonnlrcs have undertake!! anil will pnwuite for the general pub-li- e shows the rapid advance of real Mrs. Joe welfare Is the stimulation of u 100 estate in our) town. per lent Americanism. This work McKenzie was down from Mi. camfounl Its inudcl in the IXcember McLaughlin, the former having Webb's drug store is progresspaign In LoulsUlle, Instituted jointly Vernon last Thursday with her M. E. Proctor ing very nicely under the superby the Citizens' Auxiliary Committee, sister. Aunt Bettie Tharp has moved lo Ohio. heaucd by Marlu II. Lewis, and the been on the si Ic list during the and wife were here during the vision of Miss Ruth Paynter and tomullteu of the American Legion. Little Miss J. F. Stanley. Dr. Webb has Mrs. O ts Frith, of Louis week Cincinnati. week The, Legion Id .orklng for the Amer Emma Potts has had a bilious been kept very busy during the icanization of the foreign-borulilrh .mnuallv comes to Ken- C"K." "Rfaar1u'2sTCeeri on nwj .Unitii to P lvi&bu uua luiumcu tu iiji the sick list .for the past few In a practical way Into the churd and Mrs. Frank Sutton, I slmllatcd is sees-In- c are wfth their parents, Mr. and home. She was accompanied by days. Ur bin Chewning, who is Mt tfecaon is not to be out by Earl Cox, was entered thru Ideals of America, 'Hie use of the English lanthe dono for sensational news, and a ido window from the embank- guage general proper control of Imm- Mrs. J. M. Owens here this week. Little Miss Inez Robins- .- Mrs. working at Sinks, is off duty and the Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baker Mary S. DoBord, who has so this week on account of sick export robberies, nnd well organ ment by climbing a tree, and igration. the ness. Mrs R. L. Payna was a Kentucky Lesion have returned to their home after faithfully udministered-t- o In the name of the ized gangs. Lite Wednesday it through a broken glass unlocked and helped them- bills curbing sedition are now before a weeks visit with Ho v. and Mrs. sick.in her community th'U win guest of Mrs. R. G. Webb Fri was given out publicly by tho the windon the legislature. They echo the deter1. county Sheriff and deputtes one selves to hardware, clothing, mination tejclied n all national u IT. N. Rnwlinir- i- Rev. ,. E Terrel ter is confined to her home with day. R. L Mcberly has taken , of ibe bo;t planned and up-t- o flour, meat, lard, etc. One or . . gatherings to mete out punlsh- Baptist church Sun- - nu. n J. namm was p uum over tho McKee mail route out ... .1......1 iiniviina vitl.lntr dilllrnl dav mornine and evenina. Mr Crab Orchard with his brother, of Livingston. J. W. Parks, of systematic robberies that more visits had been made to j utterances regarding the otertnrow of Mjss the Pleasant Run section, was in sec- the Poynter store since passing tho present form or Joernment. 'ine and Mrs Bronston Elder were R- - U- - hamm Sunday. lias been pulled off in this Legion bellees that free speech does up from Stanford Sunday. Mrs. Mattie Robins who has beeaon into the bauds of Mn Cox. tion for many u year. mean license "und that the Issue The house of Stunners was not be met squarely and promptly; S H. Martin and daughter. Mrs. the sick list is able to be out Too arrest of Will Suraners must Mr. and Mrs. R. L. 'followed immediately after the searched und everywheio thurout, Its members do not propose to stand Sandidje, were down from Mt. again. Smith were visitors in town Sun on while agitators of unVernogflast Wj& visiting .news Hashed over town that the in every nopk nnd corner could by and look rest and violence pursue their alms. Winkler, day. A. M. Hiatt and George :stores of U G. Baker. Earl Cox bo found clothing? hardware, So Ions us the Legion continues 10 1 soie Mrs. Jamos, Dovault was in Lotrisville lasi week shopping. Uncle John Sigmon who was confined to his room laBt week with logrippe, we are glad to reWell-Organiz- ed port him better. Last Sunday's Louisville Herald contained a short account oft Mrs. Etta Frith Brown being Injured in an accident. We have been unable to learn tho particulars. Will Sowder Jr.. is clerking for W. O. Yadon & Co. Miss Hallie Barnes havintr resigned to' move Mrs. Ltla Pain-te- r to the country wurrund'tlie widows Murphy bought a house and auto-mobi- le Oper ations Seems To Have Extended Over a Long Period Stock Was Not Mussed Finest of Workmanship on Burglars' Key Special Effo:ts Are' Being Made To Round Up Gang. Mt. Vernon Saturdnr ond 5?un King & Bailey are now doing day. The little son that recently , business in their new store at tho arrived at the homo ot Mr. and L & N crossing north of town. Mrs. Walter Robins has been' J. W. Baker is now in the E. L. ' namad John Davis. Among tho Cockrell stand. Miss Flora Cor-not- t, youngsters gifts was a pair of, of Burning Springs, is vistrousers presented by Phillips & iting Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Webb runups, in aiunioru, to oo worn G. M. Ballard and W. M. Baker, on bis flsrt birthday. J. W. of Mt. Vernon, were in town Fri Proctor is clerking for R. H. day. Thee Moren, of London, Hamm. Mrs. Samuel Black has was here between trains Friday. smallpox at her home on Boone He is a fertilizer salesman. Tbe Highway. Rev Azbill, iof Lon- flu situation is fgrowiog better, don, nroached at Christian but quite a numbej of cases yet MrS. J. W. Mullins continues church Saturday and Sunday. A. E. Cox bought O. V. Jarrett's very sick. Henry Shell's family home in Henry Addition for have flu. A little girl of Oscar $looo. Mr. Jatrett will move Argenbrlght has flu. Miss his family to Pinevillo whero he Helen Kelly was very sick last has a position with tho Royal week. Larkin Pennington, of Wheel Co. M. H. Barnes moved Gauley, has flu. J. C. Stanley, of his family to his farm Tuesday Stanford, is visiting his mother recently purchased from iavd. for a few days. The work at ' n eie-inpi-it. LARGE QUANTITY GOODS FOUND wsz T', . Ie-glo- ils preacheut side of tho county. D. C. Ponder is repairing his fence on Main street this weeK. W. G. Niceley is able to be out after a severe case oi nu J. u. Stanley, or Stanford tells us that he raised 396o lbs. Of tobacco on 2 acres of ground which brought him $2,023 38. He will raise another crop this year. "Vv, Dr.CarpentcrlnCharRC.PUT YOUR BOYS of Drive J- and W-- Pointer hrd been ffour',tord,.!SiewGlliy. and many was charged Tif. tBeiY" Hooted. JJRumners n ." ,JP4'W WSn-- ttiasUmltTl - K? rx..v iiAaunr .i.k j., ii rr- Ihbnd. a iv. well made, was found in iinssession of Sumner, that fit ted tho U G. Unker store, and it was fis Karned that no mess ,i J i... ....1,l,rc hut nlnced --- -unaueoy luc went to a pitcher & seen a pitcher about a desert Hand. I cant got next lo sum of the things. They was sum fokps ship recked which diddent have nuthin "" -".' only thero close & spotters and thoy was pritty few wanted.' Mr. IWer has for years tub R.iid tho officers arc hot Tho Hero built h used a spocinl system in his tore, tiail and wliilo the will fire & used a o'e end noticed tho leakago and on tho now out for publi not accnwnt &" tue Io3S give nothing peace of glass & le could for cation, it " looks as itiougn the sun shine threw us tho sales did not ucco-tncon- others aro badly connected with it In the next acl the goods, which shows that robbery, or know of the siderable- time may hiivo been this he rolled a cigarefc& titn1l.nlnt.tpf1 HOll- nt l.ir? ..!.; by the robbers in takemployed .. . thn ineri'hnnts of retch in his pocket and pulled ot t i...:- lii!. - from the Store lll men v.. ia box of natches & t 1. Whore m Vernon Tho Poyntor store, now owned did be get tne tnatcnes. Cnii.filnir T?aineri hard nil dai Ilank" was 'thrown aside; prlwiu sorrv caUc0 ma Cot e gued with colonels; con.rnoeM. LEGION WORKS w......to ... . tcred in, uiul tne iiiaiinoou 01 iuuium juiuu buwubuuh the Had a awe dUplajed In this tht caucus thatmili- store on Saturdays. army of the United States had a full hi , bisness on over shews on tant soul und consclenie us well us a acct of the rano. Cut they was dlbdpllned nnd conquering noii. and Its out oi them. '.Comradeship Principles Guide Sunday Had roast Pork acd Culture Peace Activities of War the preechor for dinner, pi asl Ky. Veterans him What salary did he got & By W. S. Baii.kV, Gauley, tho preecher told him. It was In regard to Tobacco Sticks, sent much, ma sed after ho had "ORGANIZED ONE YEAR AGO man live a I would advise the use of tbe 3i V ent home How can stick you Christian life on thut ami. of or 4ft stick, for the 3ft V!i&33fl OBJECTS OF THE should place 5 plants; on the 411 monov & va renlved & sed He one AMERICAN LEGION cuddent livo any other kino of n tick put 0 plants, blinrpen eud end of tho sticks leaving one life cud he. so as to push or diive the 'Tor Cod and country wo associMonday over herd pa tawk blunt folate, ouibelws together for the ond in the ground. Plate mmfffmti.iCiem deincr to a frend of h zzen today sharp low Ing purpoben: To uphold und these firmly in the gtound so us kOjA fend the Constitution of the Uulled He sed Well I run things at arc " k them from falling as States of America ; to maintain law houfO I beleave its a mans place. to provont ; to foster and peipcMmte mid order brulseand injure the Mebby be does. The only things it is apt to u 100 per cent Americanism ; to pieIn cutting use l.w.l.'.mta .....- that man runs at our houso is tobacco leaves. Bene too memories uuu In the ureui ill placing each plant much care of our ussoclutlou sense of Tho I'arls "baby" put on Its first errands. not to bruise War; to inculcate community, Tuesday I was a telling ma of on the stick, so as at the St. Louis caucus In trousers obligation to the or irwk th,e leaves, wiucn wjuim yay of last )eur, where LeBlonaires the Btate aud nation; to combat other words, in Ar 4 eery state anu possession ui n'o of both the classes und ing on the street today She sed (very badly. In put their masStates Unite do not handlo the masses; to mak'o right the your crop spirit of grferlnce Into principles that How did I know he was married cuttingl.i . l,.n,lln t with ter of might ; to promote peace und l. huve ibeen declare U I am not Und. He had dan- ivrquguiy, oui i"" parts a!. good will on earth; to safeguard s Bliioh care, as tented to posterity tU,u und transmit der on hU.collar A buttons off, $!o r'Atth of Justice, freedom and democWays cure up' Rretn, which in were onl- - his Ci .it & Only fingoi Hales. j, In NoVembcr these purposes consecrate aud sanctify racy; to damaged Legion has es- - VednBdii, pti is tryitiR to get grading places it in the dally adopted aud the our comradeship by our devotion to care a j0ij tabllshed brand departments to Preamble to ,llsMnK ,j,0 Ras(etP a, grade which brings au inferior mutual helpfulness." , t.,ln, -- h,,,-,!, 1 ! .i. f..r Mrli declaration It then made. tho Constitution of the Leplon. market in bbuiidk P s' What the Legion ho pas the basket from price on the nevtrttytohaul too him' Mebby. Hope he tothobarn, passln, Just a year obo tho Amencau ,.........-.-- ., never ri eua mis fiirnv.was born, it crept out of much at a load as it is apt w k" 103 legion imam, ...... In France without name tUCky has billets men'bershlp of '"ore than 8.000. and Thursduy-- wo went 2 u neybon bruised by coo?H t0 mudl or purpose, other than a deteriuluat'on by the next state con eu- - jlOU60 to see there now baby tneothpr. T nrefer hauling It on of that would to hao an organization oorn ias veok. It a slide and not loadiug on more ... ........ stand for America and the uuselUsh coumy hi win imva at least was .... very " sun . young 7,. n,:mber. . Its pa than 4ostioks each loud, m mi , piiuclples of Amcrlcun Democracy. one local post ai d that Mil iC i No o..e knows where the thought CIU13UU amount to WI" 7 ileflh yet. ftebby Vq",--is too wny you ..,11 Wis banging originated. It vus spontaneous. The .blp will to and IU "ien. ... In maw f K..ntuoWv bizzv in his shon tnTwaik nn ii c tobacco. demand that came from otllcers rue a t dUdbied own famlnv. 'tobacco in tho bi;llllsIs very men resulted In a joint .-. 1010. plans, nrs; ro IT, ijbjm 1'jjrls from Mtcll 15 to March jr I lHiXviMMtarrHM . aWii -.-, uot shu ham r, in a.nn " Kiini rged i.. 'zr'zsz.fr , t lODwp ar and was carefully watch- told, ing and did not mai:e muir arFriday I rest until they were perfectly show tonito aware the cane had gone their limit. Wo ire informed the i am st would not have been mode when they were except that some citizens also enmo upon i1itired to li. .bors it. SMbS8K23P3E CbUdasawercuauAiUcJLl2i C hbtnWJLnU Slats' Diary JQ A A ne - I rh ur-- 1 -... Kooiiis, who lias been so very H. Frith and Mrs. sick is convalescent) the W. J. Haggaftl tn Red Jacket, is on the sick list E. L. Thompson who lived on tbe Boone High W. Vu. has bddn named Wallace is moving bis family to Texas. Jr. The father Is a son of A. J. Mrs. Jemima Middleton, of Mar- UcirriMnl nt this nlnrfl Mr nnrl etburg, is with friends here. Mrs. Roy Sowdor have returned B. and Sam Little Mattie ii. McBeo is with to Louisville.-- D. Chandler were, called to Freedom Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee in last week to tee their father who Mt. Vernon, Dr. C. B. Owens, was sick. It proved he was suf- of Louisville, was with relatives E. B. Nawland fering from smallpjx nnd the here Sunday. Chandlers were quann-tine- was here during the week from Messrs and tho report is they are Lynch with his familv. Mrs full fledged citizens of tho Free Billie Lunceford was critically dom section at present. Mrs. ill during the week. w. H Hag Mary Johnson was with home-folk- s gard, W. L. Osborne, and G. E Arthur and Mullell bought a farm from Mrs hero Sunday Morris Brown were here Mon- - .Linda Benton on Boone Higl day on their way to Dutroit where Way last week. A. M. Hiatt they will work for a few mouths. and C. C. Brown were in FrankMr. and Mrs. Uhas. So ward fort Wednesday. Mrs. H. E. Christie will have woro visitors here Sunday. visited' his father her opening of Spring millinery inah Wilson at Ottawa Sunday. Miss Clyde on Saturday, March 19, at place Watson and little nephew, Austin of business recen tly occupied by Sparks Durham, were down from the late Mrs. Tate. d FORJMERICA TOBACCO 11 lB I wn U t . I AMERICAN? 1 d 1 ladl-ldu- prlncl-r.le- .J CeSstlon I ,. P"'J I - ,, cootie-lude- n lV&XvlZ the-tim- e rf- .ii. i''' 'i.-.-.- ,,, - "" L i"ti ( 1 - particular part in the preparation a croD for a high market price. Your tiers should be at least 4ft in depth; the tobacco should bo hung from 12 to 14 inches between each stick when first hung up, but as soon as it begins to cure, say in 8 or 10 days of good curing weather, you can closo the sticks up to about 8 or 10 inches apart, thus giving you considerably more 100m. Of course you beein hang ing tho top, part 0? your barn tirsi so in tne nst top tier next to the roof ou can banir it much closer than tbe above rule, as the sun shines very hot on tho roof and heating this tier very warm it soon wilts and starts to cure up much quicker than tbe tobacco lower down in the barn. Another thing in hanging it, be very care ful to equally distribute each plant on the stick and to shako the stick verv cood so as to shako out all leaves that might be broken and lodged in tbe stink of tobacco. This will also pnablo all leaves to straighten out, which would have been left doubled up. Theso loose leaves and leaves left doubled up iu tho stick will causo it to house burn, this grade of tobacco brings tho least price of any grade t3 the of Club woric for from a modest beginniuj? a fewyears ago. has now spread all over the South; in fact, any coun' Lexington, Ky., March lo. ty now without clnb work is con Rev. Homer W. Carpenter,' pas sidered behind tho times. And tor First Christian Church of the same may be said of the Richmond, who has been tem farmer himself, If his children porarily released from his duties are not enrolled as active club to become octitg director of tho members, he is neglecting an Kentucky division of the Disci opportunity that may mean much ples' Vorld Movement at Lex in their future lives. ington, has assumed charge of In recent years there has the headquarters in the First come to tho agricultural South a and City National Bank Build-in- prosperity that we believe will ling continue. Good prices for Tho movement is an enlarge- all our crops seem likely for a ment ot tbe Transylvania Col number of ytars because, for one lege campaign which was begun thing, so many people, enticed last December, and now includes . by high wages, have loft the tbe organizations of the United farms fcr tho cities, that farm Christian Missionary Societies, production over a period of years and their affiliated interests in Is not likely to be larger, and Kentucky. good prices will naturally result. Director Carpenter is addres- In other words, from an unatsing his best efforts to secure the tractive, poorly paid business, attendance of every Christian farming having tbe noxt decade preacher in Kontucky at the offers splendid opportunities to pastors' conference to be held in young men of energy, intelliLouisville, March 17 to il). Tho gence und traiulni;. ra'lroad expenses of all pastors It is the duty of the parents of in the State, aud a representa- our farm boys and girls to do tive 'of each of the institutions everything in their power to fit will be paid by tho tho South's future farm men and World Movement. Ample pro- women for their tasks and revision is being iLtido tor enter- sponsibilities. Trained minds tainment for all who attend the have always been at a premium, Louisville co.iiorunce in homes and in the next quarter-centur- y and aparuni'iit Imuoes of tho of Southern agriculture this will city, the p ic- oi moms being probably be doubly true. There very smml are great things aboad for the Director Curpouter has associ- young man who is fitted for their ated with li'iu in the office at work; who knows livestock, soils, headquarters u large clerical Held crops and fertilizers from force, and is cat ing to Ins ussis both the practical and scientific tance a group .f experienced standpoints. In getting this essential knowmen and wouum who will help ledge, club work is a factor that him in tho oigm.i. alon of the we liopo no Progressive Farmer churches propyl o 'v to tbciinan- - parent will ovurlork. It teaches cial drive whicti . to bo carried agriculture and homo sclence.it .developos a spirit of friondly riv- May on from April 25 Transylvania And United Society T Minister Director of moot rr AND GIRLS IN -- L -- CLUB WORK youW-DeoDle. Cam-M- fP - g. Inter-Churc- h - 1 2- market, larged so as to includo all mis- - tc8 00 0f i,,,...at vVaiu0 lo sionary, benevolent and oduca- - them in later l.fc. tional enterprises, it is believed. Wrlto our County Agent, Robt. that almost all the churches will p. snonce. Berea. Ky.. todav for in the raising of tho ' blanks. $1,300,000 in the campaign. Tbe tight of designation being perNOTICE TO TRUSTEES. mitted Churches and indivlduWhen in town please come to uls may suppott ull tho causes of my 0flice and get your census tno movement op maicing un.'renorts. Tj,0 niUst b. designated contrlbations, or may taken tn the month of ApnL support a particular organization Alice Davis, by designation. County Sunt. 11 . - ,,, .-- wrr .M T. ijsaw X V KU 19, J II !- I II II !! I. I ll I wW'WWMWl'Wfc'litilli'WIM'lj'lMl"l'WlMfc'T'llf!!.l!!J!d I UTMi m kM) ' V.-; ,'": fl O Nr jMawM-- inim SI Advertising GNAL FRiDAY.Kar 192 S Published evrt y Friday fa II. 7. YOVSG SUBSCRIPTION ONK Vl'AK Jl.Oe rates tnae.c known en i BfAik!NI 1 is Bl f All imw m m Ciniaren Cry tor FBeteaoro iWFWt w 4iuf iruv jin imt iri IHIATT NEWS Wo are ted to ro"ott nil rr imtients fitllv iroMind. 'Mrs Laura Lear ni d dnnh ei. Mis.- - Sepl m, were n N'l. Vetnnn ishoppiiif Montlav. Ire Koberts und latnilv hate ieti rued to tin Jr Oh', after -- pond, home in inc several da.vs wilt. hi. parent- Mr. nnd Mrs Alber Pnbuts A new hnln g n tiivid 11' Mij. lob of Mr. flu n-- WHAT He IS ti v i 'SPRING FEVEP"? Fair iVitli VoursoK. Not 'Spring Kiivcr" Mental Con Just trnrit.vss Robbery in M I Vernon The good officers of thk county have just unearthed a system of robberies vhich have been going on in Mt.Vernon. Very fortunate we do not believe any of our goods have been stolen, but if any one shDuld come in possession of an article that has been stolen from this store, and is not satisfied with it, bring it back and get proper adjustment .- ." v y ' ''H, -, ir. -- f, application MUMHKK or She Kind .You Have Always Bought, been la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been mado under his pci- . .. JiM ..... r. and which bar, H2AA f st .!.. 1 I.O(K TO YOUR BLf'OI) Take Pop to-M ting an, That HNTUCTY l'UKSS ASSOCIATION tiaf?X CUCSUK, Allow no one to dsceivo .'ou In thl. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good- " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castorfa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, elds the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA WITHERS Mrs. .1. H. Rohorts, wlio hr.s been sick thn past wielf, is belter .1. H. Mullins nt this writing was ill Livings'oii Monday. services at Citvo There wore Ridge Siiturduy and Snudiiy conducted by Rev. Ponder. J. H Roberts ni d son, liert, who have the been in CnniierhVillo, Ind pan month are with home folks-thi- s work. Mr Roberts is contemplating on moving bis f iini! there. Missus Minnie and viol Durham nccninpanitd by Miss Mamie Mullins, of Cruise, wen guests of their grntid mother, Mis. Thos. Diugherty, Saturday t ;&awrvm GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Is Use For Over 30 Years You Have Always Bought 4TAUN COMPANY, The Kind Nr YOHK CITV, Sunday. Little tt-11 Vernon, Ky.. beautiful ittle e new members i:nd some cell meeting Estill laughter of Mr and Mrs. John tributious at their last March ninth Helton, Carson died Saturday morning. Keg.itiiilun are still open as tc Mullins was in London Sunday. irid w?s laid to rest at Prnvi- - the loeathu of the athletic fields, Mrs. Ben Mullins and children Wo but the association is desirous were guist? of Sarah A. Mullins douce Sunday attotnoon extend to the bereaved ones much of getting the best location vmrrgS sand Friday. Several of the youn Mi-- s IVarlie A. 'sible in ordrr to draw as large folks attended church nt Cave as'po-sibl- e to tlt Ridge Sunday. Sarah A. Mullin Smith spent Sunday with Mis crowds Albright. Willa Albright non, and incidentially be of con va Mrs, Matth was the eue.st of ht. Us business of Saturday until Mullins Sunday evening- .- Mi.is spent from ' day with her parents, Mr and town. fTiero - no enumeration Lulie and Mas'ei Lawrence Allet Albright. She was of any 'onto bo derived by any were he guests of their cousins Mrs A.S. of the assocn. Pearl officer or m by Miss Willie and Sarah Roberts Sun lccoinpanied Weaver Mr and Mrs. Maniice1 tio.i purely athletics, aud day. Mrs Estill Mullins is on of Cincinnati Ohio, are tanco by the risidriits acd lusi the sick lit. Hostou Dpughertj visiting their parents Mr. and mss men of Mi Vtitinu wih Le U. Hoard lr ami Mrs. has gone to New Castle, Ind. t Mrs. V. I. Hays, of this place, appreui.it d, and help the pur F.vert, vft lue; nd giui For Sale:- - Ti o "Old Trusl worlf. vseems like lots of tin ,ind Mr and Mrs .' A. Proctor, chase of base ball .suit, purphan uv for Vil'a Grove. TTT wherj itloubSfW 50 Ejjch eg. - Mm t-- . " men and bojsof this place an tb' - r -Trrrrr aught ejQuail. The family "f , J )lin. mul grnmiaj H'"-- , rs. vr: l ilicus, goine to the H nosier smto Airs of 5uck(;o Herry. They hTWO tfT.rTc ur Wihlio Ky "bas. IVobb are very sick with i cubator Bargain:- icfc!V-jcy''"r,i ,,as moV Mrs Jo.hn mnlce ie.0 C'S cap. city. Bucket nidst for nuinbr-- r of yars und -- Mr mid if iiinii in.v .- Wo lot Rhubar ve regret very mir.h jto loose Foil bAm:-Fi- ne j,Is family to this placeLaswoll spent, part of last week Urooder, i wo cjiuck capacnj as been (pieplant) stools for transporta all indications then Mts 0.1i" r t E. .L hem think frem Mr. S. S. Purcell bee Bib Langford. ir with her Ky ick with a cold - W G. Capjis, tion. .Now is the time aud price will bo a wedding in this section Mr Vnl Wright and Missi King, Route 1. Mt. Vein ni, Tince Rigsby and Albeit Robot Is reasonable. S. C. Faanklin, Mt soon, but will not give any rume- Kissie Ramaey were married at A pair of 4 .ve r FokSai.k:Veruoti, Ky. eruin bi.siiuss Wedinjiday. ns we could be mistaken. Mt Vernon Thursday. Maurice old horse mules. Mulinda Mc'iroom.Vif near t f. Irs l'nvlor. of Leiiisville, was at home W B. Sigin n. been wi h her sister, Uhiea h from Saturday until Monday. VALUER Wantkd To buy tdd watel OYSTER SUPI'KR rs L'iiiu Sinitd, for some died at her MissOllie Brown movements of any kind but tin u7 A siiaill child of Joan Tlursda., Maich t'.sth. line.Prank Johnson is down with Homo near here last week, un All are furnished in several weights and can be used for some wns laid to rest at Provider vry sick. ML--s Kan dollar watch. Old gold .nd silve dain.--i in the ofliciil b.iaid und Willing Un at Mt. Vernon but is , siding as well as and all are low in price for value who ha been visiting wanted, e Nellio Weacr spent Workers of tl 0 hristian t buret Miss better now. Misses Emily Dee? innmiitl 'I llv uvcr ....11. us univn one you nccu. j.ui&. wjiu ... C Fianklin, Jeweler. are Monday night with her brother want toCserve the Iconeregarhn ..S er sister, Mis J J. Brock, on and Glena Johnson, wuo L. & N. Watch Inspector. f attendUif,' school ut Mt. Vernon, Mr. Raymond Weaver, of Broad-hea- with a free oyster supper on 1. 0 opp rC'E k, for several weeks Moore, Mt. Veinon, Ky folks.-- P-l served Bob Roberts Iiowp. as 'titii'i e.l John Uurton and above date. Supper will be Mr. are with homo who has been nt work in the oil dauelitets. Misses Maguie and ,i tho Sunday School ro tnsaii .ft hiit week lor Sidney, Ohio, FER'ILILIZER fields is visiting home folks vben he ixii.cti to sp nd tl.o Dealio left Monday for Lexington, wo hope that each member 1 shall hive for sale, abon m..c intrp HiLckiov. who hn Ky. to make their future homo. the tongregati n and tho Mend and Mrs. Bob April lotfi, tin- folowing fertilizers .uni'.'i -- - .Ir been very sick, is bettor. Mrs J. J. Albright spent Fri who worship with us will bi letju 'i'ii h.te gone to Acid Phosphate 16 per cent, Moore was with home folk-Soard 27 5o cash at car; V. C. Gsm, in the .). II day with her daughter, Mis. present. Immediately after th Friday night. '1 ho family ol Mode Hainm, of Spiro Mr. suoper, we want tho whole con n perly fortobacco, 2 percent, ammonia Kichard Prod or, who have been Arch Hayes and family spoilt giegation to discuss togeiiM 9 percent phosphoric acid, 1 per W. T down with flu are better Tuesday with his parents, .Mr. u,e building 01 our new cnurrn VTAUiiHAI. D B APNE SS' cent potash ,$4 cash atcir Shepard and family were guests A'. P. Hayes. keep yourself satisfied, H. T Young, minister ready Jack Hysinger, CANNOT BE CL'RED of Richard Pioc'or Sunday. to meet any emergency, you should Mt. Vernon, ky.. a NOTICE. applications, as they iv Infill Genie Pioctor and wiie were the portion I have told inv interesi in th' .in not r..ieh the of Neal Parrel and family guests And, keep adding to You can Theitu only 0110 For Salk: My place of 50 account. Sunday. Mrs. Walter Drew and stoto to my son. W. H FMi.wh' if the .ur caturrhal deafness, to cue viy acres, nioro or less, with good accomplish the above suggestion by tho busine.ss. will continue Mrs. OJey Bryant were visiting tui that is liy constitutional barn, dwelling and peach orchard. Mrs. want to thank all who have pa Mrs. Josh Horen Sunday I'liud;'. Catarrhal Deafness is how small. . .1....:.... ii... (ei one mile easi 01 rot. veruon account with us today. Tea I.argford aud children visi-tironi.t; 0 me iiuiiuH iu "" i""' auxiil' by an inflamed conditionErightoyeo,cclcar:Linar.dabody ., Eus- S500 worth marketable timber on ilit- intifous lining the u) ,,llft,nes4 ilml Mis. Ricluud Proetor Sunday. motto is, Appreciation, considera Wl.en this tube s place and 10 acres cord wood ihi.111 'Jul.o. sure xm.hat yon w;il. lintUver Mr and Mrs. W. II. Proe.tor i tin mil iou a rumbling Seoor wiite J. C. Mooro. Mt. tion and coustesy". lave as in tl v Long words, thief,' riglil at tho were with their son, Richard in order by regularly taking every ' eaihig, Vernon, Ky. or past. For the present I wi. 1 und it i imperfect closed, D and Tuesday Mr. David uf- l'roctor. entirely individual knows hefop ivh they mean. taken much ceded rest Unless tho Sharp was with Mitt and Mar-ti- n GOLD MEDAL ."s is the result. A FAMILY MEDICINE eii'eritif,' nuv other husitt s. ifliiiiiit at on can lie lcdueed and proctor Thursday Dwight, I am agent for the greut Atnoi-lea- n Your friend, rmal tiis tube reamed to its I sell fl the small child of Minnie Gill, Herb Company. J Fish .mltioii, bearing will lo do with u diid Monday n'tRht " of Indian Herb Tablets. 180 ina box T. J. NlCKLEY,.Pres. uojtd fore. or. Many casese W. L. RICHAItD3,:CashIer NOTICE. Mr. M. J Hackney is clerkiuK i Wo recommend thou $1 00. are caused by catarrh, Th woita's Btondaril remedy for kidney, GKO. S. GRIFFIN, having claim1 i.Mliiess ninfli ft! condition of for V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier All parties L. .1. Reams store. Mrs. A, B. Uvcr, bladder and title ncid troubles, the Inch is as an excellent bowel and liver In with enemies of Wo and locks. ctf Uso elnco against the estnto of ltetti. tic iiuicoiis surtaces. Hall's Hickey who has Leen down . in itif ju regulator. A written guarantet ai ine.luiiie ac s thrvugii tho RlBbj. oeceased.of lliaf, Ky . flu, is soimi better row. I havo u goes with each box. surfuca t of wil f(l0 fiHo with Judge Cum !iol on th in ENOS SPDNCER. fresh supply, just rec-lve-d Ik- system Mullins for settlement befou WHY COLDS AUK DANOKR-OU- S WenilUive one bunnied"011-1- - Send 1110 u dollar and I will mail We failed until this week to nr. 20, for any cse of Catarrhal deaf you a box. 121.521 You nro often told to "beware learn of the death oi Mr .J. M. W. (V Curs, Adinr. "vn tlut eiiiiini bo cured b. W. D. M units. of cold." but why? We will tell Proctor who died recently at too 'ircu. Get it at Fi ill's ami iu know I.Ts Catarrh Medicine. Withers. Ky. ,vou: Kvcry cold weakens the us free AH Druggist 75' t vitality nnd houieof his son in Lmisvillo. it i iihl. lui gs. lowers tho F J. CHENNKV&CO,. nves the way for the more serious Ho was about 70 years of ago Toledo, Qhio-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daih Peoiilo flho contract and had been .liKHusos. resident of tho A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNINd b. Wt BETHURUA Tho Cove stclioti of this county for toalc their little daughter, Dor, cold. i.iKiuiuonin Uit take 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North ot Poitoffico .ATTCKNEY AT LAW LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY WOULD NOT HURT ANYIODYS a cold bangs on, uie greater kiNt to Stanford wiek MT.VKKNON, UY. ...h. ..". . .... ":..n., f. , tl.nl iiiniiy vtars t.ntil a few years Hollo, hl.o was FEELINGS. Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students I o.e.altd .hi ij ge.rdrseases.tisaebldpre)ares'untila few years ago when ho where Will praotlco In all tho courts, secure Practical, Paying Results, Catalogue sent upon request. office nn Church Street and went to I.ouisvillo. He was he Drs. reiiniiigton. of thib pl.tic. tho system for the reception (teveiopeineni 01 1110 guiuinui wmj fattier ot our gonu irionn juinrs huh oi.uiimiu m numum. .mis. scar ca Proetor aud a brother of William Dtiloyis with liur at lltt limm sumption, diphtheria, Men or women WAnthii:- A7a k'TKiv Mini wlih team or Jctei and whoo)Ing couuh. Tho Harrison Proctor, of tho Cov. of,i.Mr and Mr (Jo p.vm take oi den among fnuuJs and quality ol 'o fQ bod to soU TRADE MORAL-- The quicker you get rid of your cola, fa , ot Mrs W. T. Stanford nnd thn little prl s tile less the danger of conttaetlrg section and undo aud Farm Wotkm. sellJs known U7 what you have to Camber-laiickels of this, gultng o'i faitly Well. Davis und Jauios one of these diseases IJliuiln. ducts, biggest coucorn of kind, and children. Cough Ueu.edy has a gnat PVtee. Irs remains wore laid to: some people all of the time to ates darning We piy socts an in the world. Si 500 to $5000 reputation as euro for colds and ro t at tlw family burying ground1 Tho ladies will mil srte I'ni.v for the benellt of evuiutery f..iul, It is and all of the people some ol hour for tparo 'time or $24. per yearly ' income. This county upon. can be depended near L'ove school house in tho lower room of ilc h. t, ph'as-anto take J R Wad. Wrl0 M advertise regu- week fur full time. Experience the time, but hui'illng Satm-aivvwna. (n Co, Dept, , ,2, Winona, 1 01 gan. 2 beds. Foil larly with us and you'll reach Whlca do you love account of bo much illu, ,, FOR FLETCHER'S' Minn, t'"3 ay cook stovo, eto , loiwm-ubltown, Pa. i four doinall of the people all of the tlmt I town t,ar.' MKS S. H. MaKTIN J'aTif'f Vr "",1 aniwvt Mr OTTAWA I ho Athletic Association is 1 nic huvit.g-adde- d ll"r""" Ruby Hazel, Vet-15- 1 - r assit-Procto- r Fugetle, d'lblirtd I'etlie Aiiv. Thomas 11 ulb:. del D.utre, O - spending a few di.vi with his Fo;l lit ibis spring Feil ps llr.e aunt Mrs. Thonifs Lear After ome ts the wuithor. Don't drows with spending few das Mrs W. K Bind and dose over jour work, l.isi folks. Mr. and have returned to their homo in valuable lime, or blamoyoursell Corbin. Chinl Lear and Hiiroi font condition that with nisi Burnlani went to Ilami'ton Ohio people is nn iuevitub'e as Spring last week. Mis. Wtn. Fugetto is itself. Remember how in thr- old dav iean numbeicM w'th the.istck Adams purchasid sicow from Dr tlie.v took sulphur and in ilassos Carter for go -- Oscar Leece. rnat was to clear up the b.'ood afterspending Srveral das with For in. the Spring tho bhod is his sister, Mrs. Harve Berry, Iih litely to be slujgisji. weak, .gee with poisons. It ncetb returned to hi- wmlc at High Splint. Mr Flenrv I'tfktrson i' help. Why be houliaippcd unnecrs slowly recovei'mg freiu a sovoie illness. ChasSaigf nt and Shit i surily ? Why not be vigorous Adams were in Mt Veinon Tues- and red blooded, full of "pep ' day. - Master Kveit llayse, of and enthusiasm ? an is a blood tonic Wildie, and Altie Parsons, of Jackson, Iy., were with their a blood builder and purifier thai and ha become a stat.daid in ja.--t aunts, Mesdames P C Prescribed bj Hunt Parkerson, the latter part thirty years. Mr-- . physicians when peop'o are run Mr and of hut week Henry Halcemb are rej"i i g down aud anemic. Give the children Pepto Mar boy over the arrival of a tee na at their home first of the week g.iti. They, perhaps, need it th Chas. Griffith of Btren has most To safeguard thefr'health and because Sjnhigdoys uretn . j2fiH5i,.U-)1!?.- VrS'.. Miharg, forsovoral days. Mrs Dorttut ones 111 the sihoolyeai, Iorris Frith who his been very 'Spring Fever," remember, is real, not fancied, and is usually is able to bo out again Ill , is due tosluggMi, impuro blood. inee Rigsby, of" Your druggist has Pepto Ma. uro with relatives this week and Mrs. Henry Turner and gan in both liquidaud tablet foin. Ir laughter. Miss Maine, of Copptr just as preferred. Equally el reek, spent Utindiv with friends fect'ue. Mako sure jou get gen Ask foi t this place Jim Harrison vas nine Pepto Vangan. er from Dudley last wek with 'Oudt's and look for the fui s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ahx name. ' Glide's unison. Miss. Colora Boyd on the rucknge Adveitisenieti' For sale in ML Vernon lius been out of school for several on account of a sevre cdd. 0 C D.ivis Drug Store d 11 I an-c- l L-t'epto-Mar.gI.-a- r ,?-- Famous Blood Tonic. Sold in Both Liquid and Tablet Form ,. 1' REMEMBER T. ft Cfofhcraff CJofhes ARE GUARANTEED by the maker. They cost you less, look better and wear . longer than ordinary clothes. sV Sutton & McBee CLOTHIERS. LEADING ..Mt. sle 'Jhica'j 4MF ' Pepto-Mueg- an. is .. fl-- n, i - P. I iX - ORLANDO NHWS 1 - a 4 ict-uvt- BIG ROLLROOfTNGS ..!-- 1 roc-Gng- I.e.-r- . d. S. T. PROCTOR P Mm-ni- o s house-(cepiii- Had You Thought wel!-healedand 1 To 3t-2- d Women Made Yom g .. SSlSiSSSrS I . start bank it No matter starting an but t - 11 Our " 11 1 what 11 1 11 11 Th Bank of Mt. Vernon VIco-Pres- . . .1 SLVSuM-u- i . a.Pt.ii ..!-nM. ca-iin- li s - p. - 11 3kxycr' Commercial School 1 1 1 PR paDajyxx n aSKsienifi6 SSMil - hn-n- pro-.vom- 11 I t Children Ory -- d"j-?'jr- s. CASTORIA SZr&lS- te 1 "l'us:y, but don't M oU! vwar - r&vm MUHWKfc'flf. ir--n rrrA, ;T ' SIGNAL LOCAL ! Mm Vispwok. Kv, Mar M T. VKRNON 19, Pfinnlfi L V "Trt M V 190 GOOD NEWS. Big cur lond up"No.7i)" TvnmnTyr. of Fenco just received by U. G L) wnnl loOomraunl' ax with RtONAL Baiter, Mt Vernon. i.. tort S 27 iriiTuij ANNOUNCEMENT THIS is to inform our friends and customers -- ' I Help the Atlilttins. purchased my fathers interest the firm of AdvortihO In Spectator. Son and will conduct the business myself. J. Will Fish savs ho likes to be TirriTMTi nr rrinv rniTi.l sole proprietor louitvait 4 rMexviLIX II n.Co. Mr. Everett Mullins, who has been with us 8 PEOPLE IlESTOItEI) TO MRS. CHAS. PEDEN Hownbout Mt. Vernon notliav- HEALTH IJV TANLAC- TIMB TABLE. years will remain with me and you will find on the. ing a health officer. 5 18 p m S iiortH busy corner always ready to serve you with the best of The quarry is opened up again. Many Remarkable CAIN POUNDS 8:35 am north Good business prospects. V, south things to wear. 12:33 p to Experiences Do not bnnfrnld of the Athletic 12:45 a 21 South WAS TWICE EXAMINED AND is Come in to see us any time you are in town and let People in all Ranks of Life Tell Jas. Lanurdm, Agent. Ass'n because it athletic. TOLD OPERATION WOULD No. 8. Riv. H. T. Younu is Hpondinjr Phone What Celebrated Medicine Has prove to you DE IIEH ONLY HOPE the week in Louisville on Done for Them tereel t the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoiUBm business. mail'matter. ,. M "I have just iinished my third It pays to pay cash and trade One of tho most noteworthy Who said Mt. Vernon .didn't bottle of Tanlac and have gained features in connection with Tan- e have a sheriff and twenty-sevepounds," was tho lac and the one that stands out deputies. truly remarkable statement made TELEPHOHE 27 more prominently than any other, Y. MT.VBRNON, Play Ball, and get ready for a perhaps, is the verv large num by Mrs. Charles Peden, residing combination pie and box supper ber of well known men and af 552 Mill Stre?t, Hunts ville, THE CASH HUSTLING STORE 'C. C Cox has llu. for the attileitcs soon. women from alt parts of the Ala. iTiol) MoKeuzie, of Corbin, is iu "When I commenced taking M. Bullock is making couutry who havo recently W. tryivn. and rapid in the medicine," she continued, "I aBton.slung extensive improvements on his (98) Mrs. V. M. Poynter rtinnins property on Richmond St. creases in weight as a result of only weightd niuety-eigt- h I poudds; now I weigh 125 pounds, its use. Harrison Griffin, of the Buck- For Infants and Children and never felt better in my life peo-o- f Mrs Kiste Millir's condition eyo section, has been confined When so many For years I havo suffered with a In Us For Over Years r iii.iirs the sunie. unquestioned integrity make with flu but is improving. you to see my disbad form of stomach tr uble.con. I statement after statement, each MiiKSusto Thompson bus re play of new Spring Millinery. Mt. Vernon Fair Association corroborating theother, the truth stipation and pains in my side Signature of a&X7UfcJti4l ti rind from Louisvillo Secretary, C. C. Davis, is getting of such statements can no longer and buck. At times the pains It includes all is best and Arthur Cooper spent lir&t part a hustle of took the form of torture, and I himself for a big Fair. bo doubted. NOTlCF, 0 the week on his furm. was twice examined und each for every fancy prettiest and a Go to J.F. Thousands have testified that time I was told that Today is not a bit too early to Dwifilit B.u:nnni was home I had ap- Griffin's John Renner's, nearfresh store, for your ret that Easier suit. A gord this famous medicine has com- pendicitis and that an operation ftnni Corbin Wednesday. meat, bread, canned goods, fruits place to cet the right stylo and pletely restored them to health would bo my only hope. H. Miller wan in Louisville C. and strength, Bfter.every other quality-i- s' I had made all preparations' otc- - The price is right,- - Also apd Frankfort this week. go to Mrs. John Renner's on Brodhead, Ky. medicme and the most skilled for the operation and called in Uncle Jack Rurko wont to Cm- Mr and Mrs. R. L. Smith, rf medical treatment have failed. Main St, at the Dowcll place, for my sister to tJl her good-bas tf tmtiati wore in townlunches, call .'well Successor to Mrs.-J.W- . d Oud of" fIi6""most "rCnTarkable I dih"not know whether" T would hot lAinosaiid Charlie bmith were yesterday to see Miss Rissio Smith cases on record is that of Mrs cooked and worth the money. live to see her again or not. My iroiu tno man suction 1111s who is at Langdon School. Viola Ives, of b"15 Cross street, sister begged and pleaded with kk. It is- - estimated that a great Littlo Rock, 'Ark., whose state- me not to allow them to cut ,ou Harvey Alcorrv Living on the many hundred dollars worth of ment appears below. me and told me to wait and try IS Lair farm is very sick merchandise has been stolen bv "In May of 1U13, ' said Mrs a good tonic for awhile. The ih flu. the den of thieves in the past Ives, "I suffered a complete next day, as I returned from the "COLORSrestore or A RAINBOW" OF rodie colon detlrod. We can M. Proctor, of Winchester, year. breakdown of my nerves and my consultation room, I thought of SWISS DYEINO SAVES BUYING Clouunc that nai become tolled from wear and usaio must be tent to a cleaner. here attending Mrs. Ping's About what she said, and as I had heard Will Mnnus has rented Robt entire system gave way. SwUa Cleaning Has No Equal mill six weeks afterwards I 'was car- so much about Tamac I decided MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED FREE I Ping's praperty on West Main Lant;ford has purs-isheriff Tip try it and got bottle." Send Tla Parcel Post St Mr. Ping and his two little ried to tho hospital. I became to "I never returneda 'for the opd the Cynthia Frye place girls will makt- their home wih perfectly helpless couldn't move SWISS CLEANERS Plant: SOB Oth St. part of my body and just lay eration, but just kept taking tpwn. Ceneral Office) 6 17 4th At. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Proctor for any wvia i,i,r. Ikl. I have tho pure bred Rhode there in bed for five months, not the Tanlac. Right faom th diiur Floyd Miller and little tho present x Island Red Chickens, and am knowing anything or anybody I start I began 10 feel better. The arSuelia, have been sick selling the EGGS at $1.50 Buck Ping prominent cit'zen of was brought h'me iu October, medicine seemed to take hold peseuing. If you want Plato section, just over the right at once andtried all kinds of Eggs, engage them now. lilkr is off work for the in PnliLBlM nr.t.v Hitd.TW. line told "1 was so happy.ouer the won S.Uauddl, .ibitinc his sibter TRTTroui itiii ne ana nisiateJy R.F.D. No.i Mt. Vernon, Ky. derful improvement in my con have all been confined for sever"I rcaV about so many people dition that I sent for mv neigh is is now a roll al days. 'He loaves a wifo and getting relief by taking Tanlao burs to tell them how much bet Mr and Mrs. White entertained Vefuou, on Ricti- - several sens nnd daughters, in and my husbaud got mo a bottle. ter I felt.I sent and got another a few of their friends Friday evIrcet. Six Tear Age, Thlnkiaj She Might Die, Say Texas Lady, Bat New eluding Mrs Tyree Gentry and After taking tlireo bottles I began bottle of Tanlac, and havo just ening. A pleasant evening was snd M rs. W. J. Sparks and Mrs John Argonbright, both of to feel better. I have taken sev- - finished taking my She It a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For third 5ottle spent. Mrs. White, assisted by ter, Bess, were in Louis Lebanon Junction. ral bottles of Tanlac now, and I und feel as if I have been made her mother, Mrs. Adams, and Her Recovery. this week. can walk any whero and sleep like all over again into a new woman little Miss Mae Lillian, served Mrs. Rolen Ping died TuesFish says he has about de a child. When 1 took my first delicious refreshments. the better. That was sis years ag Royse City, Tex.Mrt. Mary fcd he has had flu for two day morning from the effects of dose of Tanlac I weighed only a new mas." Mrs flu and other troubles ot this place, Bays; "After the and I am still here and am a well, Iks or more. one hundred nud twenty two Engineer Talks. strong woman, and I owe my life to Ping has been a sufferer for sevTHH HE3T LAXATIVE birth of my littlo girl... my sldo comI now weigli one hunof Mr. and eral years but had tried to keep pounds fwosmall children Engineer Chas. J. Weeks, who "My sedentary habits have neCardui. I had only taken half tba sff Howard Bakor are num- - going all the while until she dred and sixty two an actual runs the Seaboard Air Line fast cessitated tho the use of an oc- menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel better. gain of forty pounds since I Fox" between I have ,Vredvwitii the sick. Jacksonville and casional laxative. nothing tried to bed. Wo called the doctor, ne The misery In my side got less... I contracted flu a few weeks ago found better on Tanlac." I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardui Tampa, bears thh distinction of many but could started imor Allen was over from which was more than she Chamberlain's Tablets," treated me... but than George Texas Man Testifies. being the second oldest engineer writes t)Ok"sburg today to see his sister i land. She was a daughter of got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and I F. Daniels, HardAnother remarkable case was in point ot service with this road, wick, Mr. aud Mrs. Dick Sowdor and Vt. Mr. Daniels is pro Viuls in school bore. was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well that of John M. Crabtree, a having been with the company prietor of the Hardwica inn, one and never felt better In my life... I leaves besides a husband two Russcf Niceloy, Uoscoo Adams merchant of Five Mile Sta for thirty-fiv- e of the model hotels of New Eng. three months and suffered such agony have never bad any trouble from that years. littlo daughters. kdTaBoscoe H singer will go to tion A, Dallas, Texas.: that I was Just drawn up in a knot. . . day have gained twenty pounds land. to this." rubl Orchard touight to spend "I havo actually gained thirty- - ou seven bottle of Tanlac and feel I told my husband it he would get CARD OF THANKS. Do you suffer from headache, BABY CHICKS! BABY CHICKS! DUIl'i I wish to express my thanks four pouuds on three bottles of as well and happyas I did when me a bottle ot Cardui I would try It. . . pains in sides, or other discom"SUPERIOR QUALITY" and I now know what it is a boy," said Mr. Weeks II 011 roc Miller is at homo from und appreciation to tho friends Tanlac Barred and White Rock. Tied. I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you fool Leghorns. Price lie and up. Safe lOil fields in Lte county, where and neighbors for the kindness to enjoy good health alter suffer, "For twenty years I suffered delivery guaranteed. Parcel Poet preevening I called my family about weak, nervous and If so, past shown me during tho illness and ing for twenty years," said Mr. with nervous indigestion of the paid. Send today for circular. ias been located for the me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a Kentucky Hatchery Crabtree. lend months. doath of my dear wife. 3. 71 worst sort," he continued, "and many days unless I had a change for trlaL KY. LEXINGTON, "I suffered with catarrh of the at times during the past fifteen Box H. Robert Ping. a undeistanu Mr. aim Airs. eVSfT 4 X stomach and indigestion for years I did'nt think I would last T 2X1 2X1 Ifas. a. McKenzio will move from twenty years and for eighteen much longer. HAD STOMACH Ltthnro V., hore to maicor To tell you the TROUBLE FOR months, bejoro I started taking truth. I finally reached the point I t homo with Mrs Martin. SEVEN YEARS Tanlac, I had to live almost enwhore I didn't ranch care whether Theodore Sanford of Fenmorer tirely onereaIs. I spent nearly and Mrs. Tyreo Gentry and " Mich, has had stomach trouble fot all of one whole year in the bed Hived or died Argenb right, of Lebanon Thousands of other people all could not ea, .on, wore, hero Tuesday en seven years add vegetables or fruit without pain and was unable to do anything at over tho country have reported to Plato to attend the tun- - in the stomach and restless nights all and I fell off in weight to the same astonishing gains in fJMr. Ping. Bv tiuint; Chamberlains Tablets 118 pouuds. weight after taking Tanlac. "After using my third bottle of I'll Cummins !s home from ho is now able to eat vegetables or Mrs. E. 0. fmlt. ivIMtnnt, nn us In it imln or Tanluc I found I had increased Among these are; eo county, 10 see nisi, T, ,7.ut-- i Wilson, of 1S7 Uass.St , Atlanta, ,i,i, . jl aicuuicaaiicoo. imuutm r.w. 152 erj Mrs. w. l.. uurarains.ijnjtp- or constipation give la weight from 118 pounds to Ga., who gained 25 pounds: Jd- VBO has been sick. Ewell has these tablets a trial. They are pounds, making an actual gain of ward Reno, 1721 Broadway, Kan thirty four pounds all my trou- sas City Mo , who gained 25 lbs.; certain to prove bcuelicial cfc d position in tho Oil fields. bles were gone, and I was feel, Mrs. W. C. Cochran, of Juliuotte, ing like another man." are in the market for nice Country Idaho, who gained 22 pounds; Captain Jeff D. Riggs, popular Mrs. Doll Davis, of 108 Samuel of moderate size and are paying market price. Y. & M. V. Engiucor, urning Ave ; Peoria, 111., who gained 80 If you have to sc!i bring them in between Vicksburg and New pounds; Chas. E Shaffer, 5P8 W. Orleans and residing at -- 020 Pearl Charleston St., Portland, Ore, or we may have all we need before you Street, Vicksburg, in speaking who gained 24 pounds; Mrs. of his experience with Tanlac Amelia Mann, (l. F. D. No. 2, said: ''Yes, sir, it's un actual Ogden, Utah, who gained 25 Feed and Field Seeds If you are posted, you knov; fact, I havo gained twenty five pounds; W. S, Huklll, 73O8 Park pounds on Tanlac." who Avo., Tacoma, Wash., are advancing rapidly. Buy now and save YOU DON'T BELIbJVE IT COME SEE Wlpn I begau taking tho medi gained 20 pounds; Mrs. B. W. the diffeeence. Full line of Seed cino," continued Captain Riggs, Smith, 3II3 Burdett St., Omaha, I HAVE A FDLL LINE OF "I was simply a nervous and Nob , who gained 35 pounds; Field and Garden Seed on hand. Fresh jy.Groceries vvieck and had dropped Fred W. Saunders, 710 Marktt down in weight from ono hun- St.', San Francisco, Cal , who line of Cakes ;ibnal Biscuit dred mid lorty to one hundred gained 24 pounds and many others too numerous to mention etc. Crackers, and teu pounds by Tanlac it sold "I hav,e just finished my second Chas. C. Davis, in Mt. Vernon by in Broadhead A full and coiipletu liuo of Candies bottle of Taiilac, havn gained The Brodhead Phcy.. arid in Liv twenty-livpounds and I feel like ngston by R. G. Webb.', & Package Chocolates rney's & mm ros'Ji-oiM- a Big Gains In Weight that I Fish & in T. us 2-- Told 111 us that at Fish's wide-awak- PERSONALS n W. H. FISH d " CASTOR 30 A well-know- n INVITE that hat r at-Fis- MRS, H. CHRISTIE Thussday-Jin-luisincs- y, s. -- - and-col- Tate 111 Rhode Island Reds - - .. M !,- 19-1- 3, CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER t. BEDSIDE 1 Kit-ma- Old-Ti- ger-or- al 'I back-ach-e, E, Wyan-dotte- a. fagged-out- ? Tl i iWTM irrT I Country Hams - I W A.N TED -We Hams hams JOE Wafers, NOW ERYTHING IN THE EAT ING LINE I ! getyot rsin that Oats. Meats pli-slc- al Cos BUY NOW e just belo Depo i Bulk e HWMWHMWtl CASTOR. Children Dry FLETCHER'S FOR A CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR J. F. Griffin 3XZXXE PHONE 51 XXL 3xz; :ix zxr i. . ass 'i i miftm.itmytimmm a iffi visiting his brother at Win- (.Hotter next week. Jess Pish was in our town Sunday B fl Purtons has had u but is able to be out again. Jiatl and Mor o 11 Kdlni- - Signal: Sceinjr letters from so ttiruiv hoysnnd girls intercMPd In Ag work that Is hoing cur Educa.tor Believes riod on tttroueli thr U S. De ,. uj, prirtmoiit of Agriculture dilTeront l.rnoluM, I fool interestDr li. M. Hrnine, cltsPovorer or Brume's Vapomentha Snlvs pen- ed and nd want to say u word IJiaino's Va'iomutitlia Salve, hns etrates the poros of the skin, re to my young friends in this and adjoining counties. I an, n.is'nc it U'tiur rromC. C. Wright. licvini! cruccnt on. at the same. (......I . . . i.i i. of the Wilkes County, .. i .... u. i:iiii:ni:iih an" uiab ciiicKeun .i N 0. Public Schools, In which UJmt is ono of tho thliiRS we gi Is in wliloli he stivs: "Weliuve used breathed through the mouth mid fltl1 and boys mui can mnko big Hrnmc's Vapomcntha Salve for twcn Inncnntnrr tlin tililnm ! ,1,lV0 bcon a lU'iuiv all thu ills for which it to causing the patient to brcittic In"neV duin pirscribod nnd Imve ulutiys freely. Its absolute reliability Club member two tars, I raise s'titfactury rosulis If is evidenced by dozens of tinsolic Pure Brtd Rliodo Island Rods used in time it lias never failed ited testimonials. Brume's Vnpo and liavo My re42 nice hens. to break up colds, usually the iiicutha Salvo will relieve pueu cord would be too long to give in forerunner of Grippn, Influenza nionia, iutlucnzca, grippe, pleuI spent: risy, bronchitis, whooping cough, this letter but b wish to say that and Proumonia. Mt. Vernon from pers nal observation. I catarrh, usihinn, tonsilns, liny I am atiendirg hclitvu if tills preparation is used fever and inflauiution of tho skin. Graded School on the money I in tune it will prevent the Vaponiontliii is applied extern- liavo made raising these chick do vol pinent of pneuinniiliv iu ally, and will not stain the clot lies every iiistauce, if used according ns other salves do. No home ens and I mean to make moro out of them this year than I did to directions" Buv should ever be without it These strong rtUletnonts are it from your dealer or direct from last ear. I have Just received fully justified by the remarkable the Hintno Drug Co., North a cluck for $44 87 for ons coop B mine's Wilkufboro, N. C. A small hot of 20 ciill grade hens sent to mar recoveries that follow. Vupoiiientlm "Salve is applied He costs 30c; a much larger one, ket recently. If any one wants freely over the chest und throat "iit.li.itiitig six times as much, any Pure Bred Rhode Island and inserted in each nostril 51 20. Red for setting call or write Oilando, Ky. I wnnt to meat ris Philips are about to complete s.iy that our Comity Agent, Mr. their largo stocic and tobacco S pence ran been doing line work barn J. A. White, tho signal in our community and I think it maintainor nt this placo, was up is important that ho or a man Jessie Wren has moved to his around Snider Sunday. One of like him to kept in Rockcastle farm in Indiana W.M. Philips th best bridges in tne county County to encourage tnu boys has take-- . Mr, Wren's placo as lias just been built acress Clear and girls to learn 10 do some section foreman. -- Stanley Payne Creek i.ear this placo which will thing for themselves. Success to tho Signal and boys has moved to our town. He is be u grtut help to our county. and girls of our good county. second trick operator at this place There will be Sunday School at Glenna Johnson. Cecil Mullins. ot Winchester, two o'ebek each Sunday evening was her last Saturday. Miss Lou at this place The llu is still Pneumonia Philips is able to be out again, raging in this part. The family , often followa laaaaaVltMil I. If oho has been sick for two or Mr nluckaby, assistant signal Neglected Cold mouths. Mrs. Lola MeNow is maintainor, has had flu. The KILL THE COLD! visiting relatives at Mullins Sta- Wildie Roundstouo Telephone tion. The Stewart boys are pro Co , will have n. nicotinic at Wildiu HILL'S pitting to bu'vVd ' 'lavc rfttftk Slouday Yi.g'rtV- - Mr.'ttttS fy.-frrtand tobacco barn T. J Roy. T. Payne was in our town Snn CASCARAbQUININI J.iviug-.ton nolds.vas-i- a Satur- clay." " day. Clell Mullins is planning JOHN WHITE CO. The Best Insurance Agairis,t Influenza Prominent mentha Is LZ"JL.r Ji'n'jLJjJBLUiiMlZlJ Orlnhdo, SS9? 1 fcMttMhMiiMM ahsjiasAi iTi'itiwaiiji a,., ot ifi6imi?iir?iiMiiWmmtimm March ky. li, tgsb. COVE .NEWS Mr. nnd Mr. J. W. o Woro in lt. Vernon Wednesday. A. P. Moore has returned to h's job in the oil tluhJs. Hmry fan. ly Spent Sunday Klt-eJI- x IlKlMl?MKHKlKHflKBl TKrec things are essential to your success 8 That Vapo A Sure Preventative StifKir-Intordc- - Pe ". n"d "", -- &Pl"i MJ' i Drew who has been working t Lockluud. U hl. lias iuiui iiuu iiuuiu in.'u uc uij" ant visited Mrs Joshua Horchig Sunday. Miss Glenna Johnson was with hoinofolk.4 from Friday until Sunday. . rs.llm Parrett, Back of Your Success A A A Prank fort, Ky. March iC, 1920. Bank Bafance Bank Acquaintance ' '' Bank Credit at Bank co-oper- ... s WILDIENEWS " LOUISVILLE, KY. I oftii Build and maintain these three essentials Judgb Cam Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky , the Peoples ..car Sir: I am glad to advise you that 1 officers are ready to am In receipt of letter from Hon. ICdwafd ,W. Hines, Chairman of with you. the State Biard of Uhariti?s and Correutlons, advising me they have allotted 30 convicts to Rockcastle County for use in road work this solson. and had so notilled Warden L. R. Davis You will be advised that as soon as weather conditions are such that work in your county can bo properly haudLd, these convicts Jewelers & Opticians will be released for that purposo Yours truly, Watches Derca Rhode Island Bod Poultry Association Joe S. Boggs, Diamonds Bcrca, Kentucky Jewelery Commissioner furnishes eggs forjiatcliing nt tho following prices : Silverware P. S. In addition to this the "$160 Fine Watch mzu& In lots of 50 . . One setting . $4.00 Commissioner of Public Heads Repairing In lots of 100 Two Hottinj' 2.75 7.00 has permitted this county to use New la Th.lr Nw Loc.tton Special pens, per setting $3.00 froo labor enough to keep the S. Fourth v At Send in your orders early to tho County Agent. Berea, Ky. g ading, crushiug an.l metaling LOUISVILLE, KY. gati complete and finish as they "HELL' PAINT EASTERN KENTUCKY RED" Laundry. I am aeent for tho go. Tho work will start where Diinville Steam Limr.dry. Do an off last Fall on it was Leave it Highway and will continue kinds of washing etc main at my fathers offi.-toward Livingston and Latere) For 'alk: A at of goad shock street and I will apjireciato it. "... fodder, on Spirln Quarry farm, '(ilVitty fl"fCir.-'...- '. ' 'benjimluPS'iTney Hot hard rut FLETCHRS 30c Pr shook. See C. D. Suttoc . Monroo. Franklin. C; C; or H. T. Youtijr. Mt. Vernon. Ky. Our ate i i wimwLmL&mimmm&jmQmimBWHum) L.Huber&Son Jmtk. EGGS FOR HATCHIN G Single Comb Rhode Island Red W$p 648 l.-- ft Dixie-ISoon- o Children Cry ATTOIINKV-AT-LA- Liberal ataotimant aad full Viluo paid HL3Hr3M59al2Si JKMfaBtaBBV; B9K. I MRS and Hide Goat SU-- a Standard cold remtdjr (or 20 ytirt in uoici lorro ai. lurt. no cold In bbbbV opiatct brtaka up noura crip in aayi. !:BBpav Montrrciicvta if It fall.j The back canuinc Dor baa a Rfd top. with Mr. HUl'a picture. 4 Williarlia 1 MT.VKUNON.KY On2rd.floorofJ CASTO-RI- OFFICE. At All Dnf S4rtt i Hank of Mt. Vernon, onvi, Church St. Special attea ft tion given collections. DOC . 'I'NQNK 80 r fl You Can Get Goodyear Tires for That Sturdy Smaller Car Qf all Goodyear's notable accomplishments in none exceeds in high relative value of product the Goodyear Tires made in the 30x3-- , 30x3i2--, and 3lx4-incsizes. tire-makin- "7 PUBLOiLI On account ot not hatfing any grass on farm I ani now on, HDill at rublic Auction, on Tuesday, March 23,1 920 AT 10 A.M. At what is known as Katie Owens Place, 3 miles south of Brodhead, and 6 miles west of Mt. Vernon The following described Stock: One Jersey Cow, 9 years old, with Jersey heifer calf by sidz, A I butter cow One Jersey Cow, 3 years old, will bs fresh in April One red Cow, 7 years old, with half Jersey hzifer calf by side One pale red Cow, 4 years old, part Jersey One spotted Cow, was fresh in February, 9 years old One black Cow, ,1 1 years old, just weaned calf One Jersey Cow, 9 years old One red Cow, 9 years old red male Calf, a good one; One One coming yearling Heifer One Mare. 10 v?ars old. in fnal hu Tartr One Team of Bay Horses, 5 and 6 years old ; will work anywhere One Bay Mare, 7 years old, in foal by Helton Jack ; a good one 4 ilcn coll y Sni(nrn Ctittr ivairv Qnu-- j w..w wiuawuov.. mtr i""" vaui Jcpcraior, size OtO JU COWS. This Seperator is made by the Galoway people for D. T. Bohon. It is an easv running and close summing Seoerator. and mill .fc A. w f ".5ioiiir.cH it, ao inc won..' 1 rA akniiP Wi 7 .fMm , " Anyone hsrt.n-ff- fl& torn (w m nno "" U1IC (n gaiion uranirJI .M. .'"JJairy business will ...ll start hurn. wisnmg do well to at:--' 4yaarakJ ft g h Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, and other "cars taking these sizes, the important benefits of Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. These tires afford to owners of Ford, CATTLE it mill 30x3Vi Goodyear Fabric, Fabric, Double-Cur- e J-ll- mQ I Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfaction only .possible as a result of such extraordinary manufacturing advantages. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. Your nearest Goodyear Service Station , " 1i Tread e laumt? aAgpoo Dr kah ? W(&& HOUSES ' Lj Z1 en 30x3'4 Antl-Skl- Goodyear Single-CurTreadT d Goodyear Heavy Tourtft Tubes are built to protect cailnga. Why endanger a casing wlili a cheap tuber Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost Utile more than tube of $45 less merit. 30.x3'j lxe in waterproof bag . x T iirJll Seoerator , . es. -- T ,n! - 1 -- ,- M icuu iius aaic. 4 I , . Bryant Bros. Garage GOODYEAR Service Station ( We carry the famous Good- TERMSAII sums up to rrtAit- nf w. --.- $ JO cash in hand, all sums over mnnrhs will he b- - . v.. on hantraWo r.H:i.. &iv?n w.. hu.iuuii, -...... siv dkwuiiiy. Siol Lf ' year Tire in all Sizes E. F. GEN rRY I