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Baii.ky, lOOODJOBS J GireU0 J? and Its Gauloy, OK00H00KKK)-0-(H-- XPIXZPgZX IN THE SPRING TIME " In tho Spring TO LawEnforcement SPECIAL TO THE SIGNAL. Frankfort, Ky., March 20. Legislature Tho Kentucky kept the pledges made by both political parties lu the matter of law- - enforcement legislation to back up tho state and federal Not only was a amendments. law endrastic acted, modeled on the Volsted national prohibition act, but a statute which will make a risky, as well as un profitable business also was put on the statue books, and still another law levies a tax of 50 cts a gallon on whisky in bonded warehouses, to be paid on its removal for any purpose, such as its sale, for medical uses, and from this latter tax the state will derive a considerable revenue. Party lines were disregarded in the vote on these bills. Few of the members of either house opposed prohibition enforcement, only six senators voting against bill on fanal the passage. While the vote in the House against it was larger, some of it was on account of certain provisions rather than to expiess opposition to the enforcement of of the prohibition law. The bill was offered inthe House by Representative Homer C. McLolIan.of Louisville, a Republican. The Senate bill, which provides heavy penalties for moonshjning, was introduced by J. D. Whitaker, a Democrat, and J. WpodJVance, of Barren, another Democrat, was the author of the bill to tax whisky removed from warehouses for use 50 cents a gallon. The great danger of bootleg, ged whisky, or alledged whisky, moon-shinin- PRUNING AND TOBACCO SPRAYING The time is at band for all farmers who own fruit trees to prune and spray. March is one of the best months to do. this work. Pruning should be done before spraying, in order to save spraying material. 1'runo out all dead, broken, crossed and Injured wood. Thick bushy sections should be thtntud out so as to let son light In and plenty of air for circulation during the thick foliage period. Our quality and quantity of fruit depends on the care of our fruits and vines. Since Sao Jose Scale Is raging at a rapid rate in this section I would advise all farmers who have a few or many fruit trees or grape vines to spray during March with a lime-su- l phur solution. Liquid form, 1 gal. to 8 gallons of water. Powder form, 1 pound to 4 gallons f water. See to it that the trees or vines are thoroughly saturated witn the spray. If San Jose Scale is already present it would be wise to' spray twice thispriDg,janceJn .March and once before April 5. This spray solution of not only controls San Jose Scale, but many other insects and dis eases. Do not spray when its freezing weather. lime-sulph- Bredhead News 1 Ltg Cox has moved to tiis James DoVaull and Bronston property in tho Henderson Elder were in Louisville shopping Abdition which ho purchased first of tho ?eek. Mri. Kllu from O. V. Jarrett Mrs Jemima' Frith Brown was up from I,ouis Middlcton is recovering from n villo Sunday, with her parents, short illness. Mrs. L. N. Bow-lin- g Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frith. Mrs. spent, last week with her nrown, who was run down by an daughter, Mrs Grant Baker, on auto while crossing Fourth St Copper Creek. Mrs. Baker was several days ago, altho not very sick with tonsilitis but is seriously injured, is still suffer very much improved now Miss ing from bruises recived in the has Esic Owens, of Maretburg, is accident. Wrn French the guest of her Aunt, Mrs. K. returned from Austin, Texas, McKinney.-Jjm- cs .1. Kegley where he spent the winter with Earl Tharp and bought a farm near town from his daughtei Lige Cox, for $2500 , nud moved wifearo visiting Mr. and Mrs to same first of tho week. Mrs. Fred Sowder and other relatives D. U. Albright has on display at here. Hope Tharp is visiting bis her shop, at Frith Hotel, a mother, Mrs. Bettie Tharp J. beautiful line of Spring rind T. Lawrence bought from C. 0 Summer Jjats. Mrs. J. E. Wal- Frith 43 ft. fronting Muin Street lin is on tho sick list this week near R. H. Hamu's store for $645. Mrg. J M.Owens and daughter Master Walter Wujcl Robins is sending the week with his aunt, Mrs Frank Sutton, were in Mt. Mrs. W. P. Rigsby, on Boone Vernon last week. O. V. Jnrrott Highway. Mrs C A. Whecldon and fumiiy are moving to Pine and children, also J. Mont Roberts ville, we regret very much to give Mr. Jarrett and his. family were in Lancaster Thursday. James HenderMin, of Casey county p. A new baby boy arrived at was here Thursday on business. tue home of Joe K. Morgan Tues -- Tom Batnett bought the old 'day. Mrs. M. K. Pennington and Frith Store building near Citizens daughter are visiting Mrs. W. Bankjand is tearing it down. Mr F. Carter. We have just learned Barnbtt expects to build on his of the marriage of Miss Ruby lot in Henry Addition. Rev. Nell Helton, of Stanford and Mr. L N. Bowling was in Louisville Shelby Newlcnd, of Crab Or lust Wedtitsday attending the chard, and as Miss Helton was Inter Church World movement born in Brodhead, we claim her 3$yonferenco Jess Wallin for a Brodheadisjn. She is the tied" daughter. Bnlab, have been youngest daughter of Harry Helconfined to their rooms with fin. ton, who lived here for several Rev. "George Childress is years, and a niece of J. Thomas clerkjng for Shafer and Roberts. Cberrv,. formerly of this place. rflPRfeas a pie supper given Mr. Newland worked here a . ffiVpMool building last Fri. while last summer in. the depot day night for benefit of the band, and made many, friends, while Via.oo'nvas realized Everett here and is to be congratulated r ' Watsons home from Corbin. on winning such a lovable help Bob Roberts was up from May. mato as Miss Helton. Lhe many wood Sunday. J. It. Cass friends here wlBh that health, returned home from Lebanon wealth and happiness may crown R. E. Albright who their Junction George pathway W. , i has been sick for several weeks Thompsu.1, of Quail, was hero is reported better. The two Monday aud tells us that he sold little daughters of Mr and Mrs. his farm at that place to W. H. Dan West, who nave been so low Owens Mr. Thompson left for with pneumonia nro rapidly Iowa Monday to visit his two Mesdumes recovering. S. J. sons, Caud and Benton, who are t Tat em and R. L. Colyer were up located there Mrs A. P. Brown from Crab Orchaid Monday, the has bad her tonsils removed and guesteof Mrs. W. A. Carson. doing niceley Mr. and Mrs. w. P Rigsby has been in Lan- - W. A. Tyreo and family have caster this week on business. W. returned home after an extended Tyreo and family A. have visit to see their daughter, Mrs returned from Florida, whero Cuptola Brown, of Falkville; Ala. they spent the winter. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Oacar Simpson Louella Forsee, one of the faculty of Lynch, are rejoicing over the of the Graded school here, is at arrival of a baby boy, Mrs. Simpher home at Owington, on son was. Miss Mary Tyroe, before account of sickness. Mesdames her marriage. 1 '--Mrs. , i I4 ( Ky. The minds of tho tobacco grow, H g a fuller crimson comes upon the robin's breast ; In the Spring the wanton lapwing gets himself another crest; ers to never crowd your tobacco in your barns; that is do not try to put too much Inonobam, to do so you will sure have a lot of damaged tobacco, which will cut the general average of your crop down considerably. When your barn is filled, the next important factor is good ventilation. I believe this is about the most essential part of a good quality, high priced tobacco crops. A barn full of tobacco has got to have plenty of good air to cure right. You can mane a row of ventilators in your barn roof, also you can have good ventilation around the sides and ends of your barn by taking a boxing board or two together and hang them with a pair of small strap binges, then open these up every morning and close them at night. On rainy days leave them closed and if it should rain, say, five or six days on a straight you should get some heaters, "place them in the barn about tbe center and use e. In the Spring a livelier iris changes on the burnish'd dove; In the Spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love." Tennyson. g 2XE 3 3X1 Transylvania Will Add To Faculty Next Year Lexington, Ky., March 20. Tho executive committee of Transylvania Collego has decided that an additional teacher in the department of chemistry shall be provided for tho next HUNGER KNOWS NO ARMISTICE Letter From Armenian Relief Committee Louisville, Ky., March 12, xgao. My dear Mr. Davis and Miss Bess Sparks:-Yo- ur signal success in Rockcastle for funds for rftlief in the Near .Hast bas esn8d me great joy aryj I'm sure it must he a wonderful satisfaction to you to know through your efforts it is possible to save the lives of num erous people. For them If; the resurrection because they have been on the brink of the grave, almost praying that death would relieve their misery. Your county is the second 4Cen" tucky county rover the tap, Woodford being the first. There are a good many ..others almost ready to announce their quota and there are some, . I am -'ipiy. x.--" year's work. Additibnal assistance will be provided in tho department of biology, at Transylvania, now under the direction of Dr. A. F. Hemenway, and tho conrces in physics will be offered increased and strengthened. Prof. C. 0. Freeman, head of the department of English, will be given an additional assistant and special oources in journalism will be offered. Transyvanla Heroes ored On Tablet Hon- If f I DR. M. K. PENNINGTON DENTIST Will be in Brodhead, Ky. MONDAY, APRIL J2, J920 Brick plant is running again. Henry Gibson got his eye hurt Mrs. Susio Hauimons and at tho Sand Bank, but is bettor children have returned lo Dudley now. Mrs. Kosio Hubbard is on to live. Miss Delia Roams gave the sick list this week. Miss a party Saturday night to bid her Hmlly Dees spentSunday at home. before leaving Roscoo Owens was at homo friends good-by- e and Sunday.-Cr- aig for Covington, Ky. Louis Reams Hickey and family spent Sunday with of Boon Hollow is sick with flu. Henry GibHarrison Reams new baby doing son reports his SQUEEZED OUT OF IT fine, two weeks old and weighs She (nugrily) So you say m twelve pounds. Miss Altu Mao face would wreck a train. Reams had her foot burnt hut is He (thanking his stars for bis Rev. Rovy improving now. classical education) Er you Mullins is going io move to Covforget that the poet said of the ington, Gibson Is beautiful Helen of Troy that her having fine luck fishing, caught face destroyod "the topless towers 1 Monday. - Jchn Clifford and Ilium.1' family are going to move to tho Farm of Rachael Ponder. Miss ALL TYRS Rutb Bell was the guest at Mr. "Marring is a failure, "said the John isees Saturday and Sunday. cynic with a sneer. Mrs. Lizzie Reams aud daughter, "No wonder," replied tho ph. Dslla, were guests of Mrs. Susan llosopher. "Look how many in Reams, Monday night. The experenccd people go In for It." DUDLEY NEWS Sat-urd- ay Ky.-He- nry Lexington, Ky., March 2.0 A beautiful bronze tablet containing the names of Transylvania men who tnkde the sunremn rl sacrifice tytljeir'counlry jntlreUfr great war has. been received by to the hungry cry of the oldest the committee from the service Christian nation, a nation whose men of tho college, who had in only fault has been that they have charge the collection of funds for remained true, true to their faith although de)orted, massacred a memorial to the men. Henry J. Tunstall, chairman of aud made destitute in every sense tho committee, made a statement of the word. that before permantly placing the A famous speaker here said the tablet in the chapel of Morrison other day that the Armenians College it would bo on display for were perilously near losing their lives but that Americans were a time down town. The names appearing on tho dangerously near losing their tablet are those of .Robtrt Mc- - souls because of their failure to Larhlan, J. C. Hobbs, J. G. respond to ihocall of Armenia. What a wonderful Easter you Boone, W. I. Donaldson, R. B. will be able to enjoy. "Faith, Hutchcraft, R. G. Holbrook, H. hope and charity and the greatH. Cbinn, F. V. Meeks, H. Only W. S. Yarbrough, J. W. est of these is chajity," through charity have we a way Ncal, and 0. Reddin. of making our dollars have purTwo Gifts To College or chasing power beyond the grave. Bible Announced In this wuv we make peace witb our Creator and receive his Lexington, Ky.. March 20. Tho Collego of the Biblo is to approbation. will bulletin Tomorrow's receive a gift of $2,000 thru the will of A. M. Jones, of MayOeld, carry the story of tho success who recently died at Jackson, you have made of your campaign. Florida. Mr. Jones has been a I cannot benin to thank you tor staunch supporter of the .College ycur assistance and encouragefor years, and has mado frequent I ment. I can only pray that your reward will be a million iold. guts to it. Sincerely yours, Another gift of $1000 was made this week to the Collego of tho Beth Higgins, Bible, coming without solicitaDirector. tion, and as a voluntary expres sion ot approbation of tho institution and the work it is doing. There were services at this place Saturday night and Sunday. Carnegie Director Writes About Old Transylvania Book J. A, White was in Cincinnati Addie Friday and Saturday.-Mr- s. Lexington, Ky., Match 20. Lewis and little daughter, and A letter has been received by Mrs. Charles F. Norton, librarian Miss Bello Jones were in Berea Miss of Transylvania College, from J. Thursday and Friday. Anna Phillips was in Berea Fri F. Jameson, director of tho Car. Saturday. Mrs. Sarah negie Institution, speaking in tho day and Sigmon and Miss ufia Mul)ins,of highest terras of the recent bulletin on the library of Transylvania. Mt. Vernon, were visiting Clell Mr. Jameson was especially Mullins and family Saturday aud interested In the description of Sunday. Miss Addle Smith, of the volume bearing the coat of West Virginia, has been visiting arms of Sir' William Cecil. A Miss Addle Phillips for two weeks W. B. Sigmon, of.Mt. Vernon, similar volume is owned by was at Roundatone Sunday even Arthur Lard, of Boston und Plymouth, which he believes to ing. There wero two carloads bavo boon brought in the May. oi fertilizer unloaded here last week. W. H. Jones is yejy busy flower by Wlllium Brewster. delivering cream separators, They making an investigation Morris Philips and G. T. Payne in rogurd to tho prohahte source were in Richmond Saturday and Snnday. Cecil Mullins was in of tho Transylvania volume, our town Saturday and Sunday THE SPEECH OF MONKY -- Clell Mullins sold to Ike Mor-ga-n one cow and calf for $80 Old Gordan Graham:"My son you must learn that money talks.' Jess Fish and BradleySlgmon bOQ Flernnntr'T Irnnar it Aa.t. wero in our town Sunday even. """ injic-G- M ,V Stewart It says 'Hello and good by' to me, Verso Saturday nigkH in Mt. FOR APPLES For San Jose Scale: 1 gallon commercial lime phur, 8 gallons of water, SPRAY SCHEDULE sul- or pound of powder form 4 galloos of water. -'- Applybeforebuua open "in growth starts. For Codling Moth: 1 gal. commercial to 30 gals of water and li lbs. 1 lime-sulphulime-sulphulime-sulphur r, scafchavrncd - a-- aaa"i5aany frauds peYpeTraVed I Gal-brait- ii, WILDIENEWS -- n-- o on the buyers operated to rednce that business greatly. Those who in former years wanted their drink and would have It, one way 'or another of arsenate of had. will not now buy from bootleg, is If powder form gers, even if that gentry had real used, make it 1 pound to 15 whisky to bootleg, on account of gallons of water. the wood alcohol scare and the Apply just as bloom falls. bogus substitutes that have been For second hatch of Codling Moth palmed off as whiskey on deluded Same spray as above, applied worshippers of Bacchus. two weeks later. Robberies, however, continue For Bitter Rot, Sooty Fungus, in different parts of the State.Jin Black Rot, Etc. which whisky is stolen on acSame as for Codling Moth. count of its great value, or rather Applied about Aug. 1st. the great value placed upon it In case Arsenate of lead paste by its devotees. Many a private is used, 3lbs. should be used stock, laid away against the state instead of l lbs. and national drought, has been If you dont know what your invaded by night intruders and trees need or what insect or diseither completely wiped out or ease is working on them, use the greatly reduced. Distilleries in first and last spray mentioned. Kentucky, thru the connivance All orchards need these two of employes, have been "robbed" applications. and a number of prominent men Every farmer should own a in the business now are being spray pump. It should be used prosecuted for having a part in potato some of these robberies." The often in his garden and patch. The spray pump is not lax enforcement of tbe iaw the and grape pro- to bo used for orchard first six months of vines and sot away but should be hibition by local authorities has running order and given way to vigorous and watch- kept in good well loaded with arsenate of lead ful enforcement on tbe part of for potato bugs federal officials under tho direc- or Paris Green when first discovered and this is tion of ol tbe office of Prohibition ! L.n nnt.dl ttocna ". '.ip U rtll ivll Director, James H. Combs, not IJUSUUB IUC ground Tim bug Is goner-- . only in the mountains among tho the The fo ihe potato. moonshiners, but' in the cities of ally waiting melon vines nnd cucumber vines the State. needs spraying also. The decision of tho Supreme Go to your dealers and cau for Court of the United States in ni'lwr powdet or cases in which th t liquor people liquid form. have resisted tho now prohlbl. Robt. F. SpTce, tlon laws uniformly have upheld County Agricultural Agont, these laws, and tho decisions in Berea, Kentucky. the cases involving tbe validity ot the national amendment now PROFITEERING BEES pending aro awaited with consid Tho school visitor was usking erable interest, but with confi- tho class a few qms'lons. dence, by the prohibition advo"Now, how do uces dispose of cates. their honey?" he inquired. "They cell it," annouueeu the First violations of the provibill the clever boy of the class. sions of the by a flue of $50 to are punishable FORCED GROUCH $800 and imprisonment in jail "What is that old fellow croak for not less than 30 days nor ing about?" more than 60 days. Second violHo can't holp it. He's got a ations are punishable, by confine frog in his throat." ment in tho penitentiary for not U18 AIM IN LIFE lesB than one nor moro than threa "I don't want to be an angel, years, and for tho third violation And with the angels stand; five the penalty is not less than I'd rather be a drum major nor mere than ten years in the Andlead tbe village band." pwiltentlary. of such booze have war-time use coal will have a tendency to dry the tobacc out and keep it from falling off the stalk. Continue the above method of ventilation and drying if necessary until it is thoroubly cured up, then close your barn until you are ready to take it down to bulk for stripping. The tobacco barn should be kept Very clean. Do now allow any loose leaves of tobacco, straw or trash to remain in the barn under your tobacco as this will have a tendency to injure the quality of the tobacco. AIL manure should be named out on sonje thin places on the farm be fore the tobacco is housed. This will be a great help to your next year's crop and your tobacco will cure much better. Dnring the curing season, after a rain, whem the tobacco Is in case, you should go through your tobacco barn occasionally and evamine it and remove all fallen sticks, plants, or leaves that might have dropped and lodged on tbe tobacco or this will prove to bo very injurious to your crop if not re- moved. In regard to bulking to bacco down for stripping, never bulk it until it is thoroughly cures out, do not bulk it too dry, or too high incase. Bulk it down in case, always floor a place to bulk on whero it will not be exposed to the cold wiuds. you can't-get-theor wood. This se 23 f- -s. HOP E WELL A W-- -(,! lime-sulphu- r, MissEflie Kirby spent Satur day night with her cousin. Miss Ina Rash Wm Arnold is hav ing a telephone put in his dwelling. Miss Willie Arnold, who has been with her grandmother at Mt. Vernon for several weeks and attending school was with her parents here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Charles Flotcher is numbered with the sick Clara Carmical spent Sunday with Mrs. Robert Harmon. Miss Maude Stokes, of Knoxville, Tonn., is visiting relatives here and at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Tom Stevens and childreu, spent Tuesday with Mrs. John Fletcher. Wm. Ar nold has moved bis sawmill to another sito near where ho had been sawing for several months. Miss Lizzie Manus spent Sun day with Mr6. Faunie Rash. We aro having .some spring weuther and the people in this community are very busy, some planting gardens, some plowing and getting ready for their corn crops. Misses Syble and Ruth Cummins and Master Charlie Cummins spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. John Fletcher. Mrs. Eugene Stokes was with her sistor. Mrs. Georgo Perciful, at at Mt. Vernon last week. COULDNTHELPIT "They say that tbe King of Denmark leads a dog's life." Of course be is a great Dane." W .. i .. y. .n- - i Fridav. M T. V r. K K 0 X S I r GSN A L kid.vv, msmmsswmmttsmssssimxtm .ComtftV 'm 2'' iij' fit f)I no Piitlhhul evrry Friria 7 SlTPPCMPTlOft u yorxa "? OI'K VJ'AK w 2gM&&5&S3&&ms Ibe in use for over 'r3 $3 mn 0 1 a n&m m m i n ?akiG:GlL..8-.'Lil.i4HJffi- l &&b? wmmm mWi' m 's.i ?W M fciSresa Gry for n w. Fletcher's vcxvvcsxwv'TTA 111 w1 m Z dl'vtf itSlf tM'.'t frlKM MltMBlNOr KKTUCTV IMtIVS ASSOCIATION Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has beea thirty years, has borne the signature of nnd has been made under his pcr- J9 rtf--?2-- , sonl supervision since its infancy. Vouzc V), Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifJu with and endanger the health of Infunts nnd Cnildren Experience against Experiment. -- Hor. AAmv PEPTO-MANGA- N s... . his awn-ntmen- t (lay nt the Itiijitisl church- .- Men jryJninos ore of Madison's host 'formers was here during wool'. -- Mipjlfillin Curler wns called o Germ Spring Day Are Treacherous (Sndnr Inst week toyoo her slater Don't Disappear with Cold Weather whrHs Very sic'. laims Luo s wont to Hamilton, 0'iio last. Fri AND BLOOD IS SLUGGISH AND WEAK dnv to iisil nlittle. Mr. Ul lian Snntli. who l tioor hnlth, is Don't Take Chinees I! You Feel Bad. in Boioa Hospital for troitment. Enrich Your Blood With Tiv niwt tio Mnftinlmn. nf mua to nu FOR, " SPRING FEVER" Mr. Farmer, did you ever stop to think the value of a ' I Primrose Cream Separator We have on hand now one of the best Cream Seperators made in the world. If you want to make money easy now is the time. We will be glad to bring one to your home for demonstration, anywhere in Rockcastle County Call a nd see us, or w rife MADIJ IIY INTERNATIONAL HARVKSTHR CO (s Corhh, wore here Sund iy. Vts. 'Hi rarkorson and Mr. Jinnio I Pepto-Maoga- n Lear spent Fundny Cincinnati. n stnnll bert Roberts Henderson with their Mrs. V. G., Cnpps tract of land to AlCastoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. for $250.00. James It contains neither Opium, Morphine uor other narcotic substance. Its is here from Casey age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has t lii t week. Serviros were held c,ar"Trg,T2at.fuij!r?gBiiAuJBJ0iBi , teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, at Hickory Grove Sunday b Rev. Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising Clark. There was a large crowd therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. attended from Harbourville, Cor. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Mrs. Lynda bin and McBroom was in Berea last week .Mm Cod? rill is still im- ALWAYS to see her sister, who is in the hospitnl'tbere. Misses Clara and ir i'ir :ittil will soon ho out Bears the Signature of Yml; ulio is !ii::iin Mis. Mabel Lear and Hallie Parkerson siclf w th iiiK'iiiunni'i is not were with their grandparents nt V. H. Mrs. I. exuij toJ to live.- -- Mr Wi.'die during the week Hi.rt'm, who is ninlfiiir hor home 0. Bowman is visiting relatives in with hor diiiigiitL'i', Mrs. K I Conway. A. U. Hall was over Rodger, of Nnslivillo, Toun., is from Lancaster Sunday calling. ' willi hor miiilior. Mrs L. i, Mr. and Mrs J. J. Brock, ot 'Copper Creek, were with home Stanley, who 1ms been on the- sick for a week or si -.- Vivs Ktl'irl The Kind You Have Always Bought Waller Fugette j folks Sunday. THE CCNTAUR COMPAttV. IF VORK GITV. IJn.V, .! las gone to Central, Tennessee. S?gr5RSi?5!3Bg"JtS mists ess lure, hut ro.iign tl an. where he may locate. Clias. Sar- tikenu position m llio 'P.irilcivi t'ent has beeti in Mt. Vernon this Grocery Co. Store nl ilie nice week buying materitil to complet alice in police court Monday,' Current Deleo Light.. from sum of $n. Ins new residence. Mrs. lame mouth. lV which lionil lie filled niiiiiciliately. 1'lams costs less man 7c per marie a slight inistaKc in our last l.J lUi IQ is numbered with the Spring lias made its onpjKiir-- Uilowutt. letter wo lailoil to t.iie th.it K'ing auce once more, the sun is slim sick. Mrs. Kate Capps who bus it l.aile-- , had moved ilfoir .stork intr n n1 llio liiiwlw! n I'D UMirrimi cm Mrs. Julia Asbill, nged 90. been sick is better. Henry Hy '"St of goeds into the ohl- Clpiup it "makes ono feol!'1 j". WifillCr wf finger is 0.1 the sick Mullin.s stand, ono of tho bcM Mrs Azi'ill wp.s tho niotmrof. J. Kicsbv was with friends near M. Parson, the suc- happy J. stands in town. The hulics ol I. Haley of Los Angeles. ( al. Negro Creek Sunday. A big gave a supper Frida Before her marriage to Mr. John boy arrived at the home of Mr? our town night, tho pioceids to tho Near Haley, she was Miss Julia Fish and Mrs. John'Soard March 23 ssjl Q j'nst Relief They served Fish, uiceley. of Mt. Vernon. Ij v. Tate was up from Brod- Coffee and Corn Uri'ittl, Tie, head Wednesday in his Foid NOTICE. (.'aire and Ice Cream They took WHY UOLDS ARK DANGKIJ-OU- S We are .certainly glad that the having claims All parties in $.voo. Mr. and Mrs. Bill roads are'in condition for cars Eettit You are often told to "b. warti against the estate of Graves, and Hi tie daughter are to get out again of uoM." but why? ?Ve wilUtell Rigs.bj1, deceased, of Hiatt, Ky , visiting Mrs. Ui.iCvs puetits, Mr. you: Kvery the and Mr. I.oo Reynolds, near lting.s. lowers cold weakens and will file fame with Judge. Cam We take this opportunity of the vitality Mullin.s for settlement before Hill lias a good position town. introducing to ..the farmers of pavts the wa, for the more st rioi.s' Apr 20. at Corbiu with the I.&N, and is diseases. People ,vho contract the comity our god rrgistered V. G. Capps. Admr. The. well sitisfied Penning piu'uuiom'a Hi'st take cold. Duroo boar, RocKcatle Chief, ton is able to leave his r. om after longer a cold h.insou, tin greater No. 19039 He is a cous'n to the NOTICE. the daiiger, especially from the n two weeks illness with flu. by McKeo No hunting, fishing or trapping great boar owned germ diseases, us a cold nroiiaies iwv iv 11. Manor inio.i ins regu. u,o stem for lie reception and allowed on my farm either night Bros.f.whiclLji&hed over one ei.irTitT)!' '..j'uernrt oPcon or da.y.- hu uioiiiinienuf'Trb'C'm?sti,"uriJ Hud poundtfurid LS'Woll church Satiitilav and Sunday suiup'ioi!, diphtheria, scar'et Geo. C Fish'. seven grand championsh ips in fcvt'i coiili The He is mute Mole ..yet after ,....,.1 and whooping ..r .... ....1.1 sWiw rin" tli ...., ...1 Yo'i' Inve to . k -'" recovering from n severe i.iso of r mgerot contiactipg the ks tht llu H.ule.vs for bargains (,,cof tlu-sCamber-andifeases. lie v ill make you ftel like lain' Cough lieu, ed.y has nun at 4rvz&T. coming bad; imain - Willie reputation is a cure for colds and Tinco Kijjsby has returned to i can be uepeiultd upon. It Snivel? wns: I.Vi.,, his home in Ilnntis. Mr. anil exceeding the spet-- iiiuit ihiu pleasant to take Mrs. Jake Jinnings, of Paint low n en a mule and wns placed Lick, sp.'iit Saturday and Sunday with her parents here. Alvin under $151 bond, for his appearMiss I.eil.t Treo remains very Carpenter was in Mt. vernon the siolc .i r. and Mrs. Mniitn latter part of week. RayMcHarp Tudw.iy spent Sunday with Mr. is able to le out again. Robert go a long way to find a bigger, and Mrs. Jojin Gridcr. Miss 11a in tn, of Spiro, was with his smoother, better-breboar than (Jleo renn'tiiRtcu was with rela daughter, Mrs. Patsy Parkerson Rtckcastle Chief. Ask anyono Mr. and Mrs. Hqtirv Suudy. . . Bowman were hero this week who has sten him or any of .the 1 . iS ii. tives here Sunday is. ilai bought of Milt Faynu a milch with his brother. H, 0. Howmnn. btg, smooth, growthy, pigs hi V.hrn .:jo body Vc.v. to ai.i.s:i A small child of Oliver Potts sires vou find htm on tne y ' .ful it cow, price $100 - Mr and Mrs. ti l"r. died last week. We extend ,ftn j.nrawn and Mr.- Alcorn will be is.. tod Mr and Mrs is siryrliy .:o iw..-.-:i: t:r-- f.v W. 1'kcIoi "' Lids i.. ar-- i out i i.('.-- . r?er J '.V.y ljiddie Sunday Misses tlie family our sympathy. S. D. lad ,0 .sll0'v h,m .t0. ;vouII fb..-$.'.1 Mluiile and Cora arrett wei;e Halcomb was ith friends Here costs nothing to look him over, Y..:.:..r'V Sunday. Sophia Lear was in with Mrs. Flim I'arrett Monday. and almost no'hing to breed to Jake Hnckuc) ha rented prop-nthim as we are offering his services FOR FLETCHER'S V. Kiddle and will from at the old rato of $1.00 at tho move to it s on. -- Aurora Borealis gate. The woi'l j tar tj - '.viy :'.'"'a, put up a line display Monday TRADE MORAL The difference Lair & AtcottN. u liver, M,ktinitli and '" Fanous rincc JO;..0.. Y.'i5 wgula.i t.r.Ji"11' between business and success V.es- ia ctoJ li.sillh. ir. taico l.'zv.. .:i mi- -' .Miiinu tin w, of lluur, weie Fish's have just opened today drw,"is,is. uucranttv.1 .'.3 ii:prcseitJ. is advertising. Inquire about a new Faster suit for you. Come Kl,Jt" "f Mls ,,,11 .I'roctor Urn namu CM I.VJm.WL Let L .i u:cat n? tui. uUa l'( in and try it on. Ci." rates. What Is CASTORSA parents here. .linger Bembnin lias returntd from Hamilton nnd IVINGSTON NEWS genuine CAS yp - i use Over 30 Years il -- I I i(k-iiri- j - list.-Cl- yde svu-otlvth- --- ,0l'Tl)' I I Tlu.ro is a great deal of serious h'ckncSH in the Spring. Ard it a easy to see why. Long weeks pent up indoore, too little exercise nnd fresh air, winter sicknesses not entirely over with, a enernlly lowered vitality. Hlo d weak nnd sluggMi. Th. come tine Spring days that are not as win us they seem;or sudden changes iu the whe.it her, and you havetit taken proper precautions. Vigorous, rcd.bloodid people don't often get sick. It you'te noi fettling your best, get Fepto Manganofyourdrugjstard take This it to build up your blood effective and agreeable tonic has been tested for over thirty years, and physicians, everywhere, recommend it anemic people. The whole family should tukc Pepto Mnngen it is good health insurance. Besides, what a joy it is to feel fit and tine ready for anything. To have an abundance of energy and'enthusiasin! Pepto Mangan is for sale at your druggist's, and in both liquid and tablet form There is no difference in medicinal value Take which you prefer. But to make sure you get tho genuine, ask for " Ouda's Pep'o 31 ingen" and see that the namo "dude's" is on the package. For sale in Mt Vernon at C. C. Davis Drug Store. 11 111 forrun-down.palo.tn- S Safer '. & Roberfs see my dis- BRODHEAD, KY. INVITE you to d play of new Spring Millinery. It includes all that is best and prettiest and a hat for every fancy MRS. H. C. CHRISTIE Brodhead, Ky. Successor to Mrs. J. W. Tate . ... - Had You Thought To keep yourself satisfied, wel!-healedand SALrJ. I have an extra nice three year old mare mule and a team of g od two year old horse mules for sale. H. T. Young. FOR ready to meet any emergency, you should start a bank account. And, keep adding to it. You can accomplish the above suggestion by starting an 1 in"""friirui"u tmtroJiaumsiiMTu Cap mmi noewifl t" mimibm !JQ "pi poa put luqa Iwjqi tu ibji rr tqt nq ainlfNU uM tionnp tin nanuqi iiim uoj 10 tznjnjil 40013 miM U)Su JS n- jTpSSqSifijM-irsSaKSS- S -- mmm l account with us today. No matter how small. Our motto is, "Appreciation, considera tion and coustesyff. Long words, but every individuaLknows what they mean. - - 5 - -- J "' , 1 ."' '. d HIATT NEWS 1 YiKOKnaNdvvzNaanuNi njiuamiA t.tmia l Pli n"tJt saioD dno3 j -, The Bank" of Mt. Vernon T. J. NICKLEY, Pres. GEO. S. GRIFFIN, W. L. . RICHAItDS.'Casnler fr - Mr. Madison Crawford Owen-- Vice-Pres- V. C. TATE, Asst. Cashier COVE NEWS better known as ''Uncle Mat Owens.'" died at his home near Freedom, on Monday, March '22 Mr. Owens was born 1836, being eighty three' years old on the fourth of last January. He married Miss Celia Owens May 7 1863. Six children were born to thi union, viz: Mrs. Gillis Craig of Lancaster; Mrs. Mack Fount Craig, who lives near Willailh ; Mrs. John ('. Taylor, Mt. Vemon; George Owen, David Oeas and Wesley Owehs, all of Rockcastle. He was tho oldest member of the Freodom Baptist church where his funeral was preached on Tuesday by Rev. A. J, Pike. He was buried' by Ashland Lodge O40 F. A A. M. of Mt. Verno . He was the oldest member of this lodge, having been made a Mason in 864, and having lived tbe years of his Masonic life fifts-si- x as an honored and loved memoir or the lodge in which he was made a Mason, As a Ma?on, as a citizen and as a christian gent'e-man- , he held a sacred place iu many hearts. 1 d .AjLj-a- Sain-Brya- j" ,:s FOB SALE One Fine Black STALLION Will be 6 years old this spring, 1 6 hands high, a son of M. DpnryNo. 3623. 11 . . - .' - 3 1 v Children Cry J -- 1. CAST OH.J A This is a combined harness and saddle stallion, and is a fine breeder H.-Ue- r - -i 0' Aisoone Iwk- - I'f-il.- lV 8 years old this spring, about 15 hands high and one among the best breeders in iron Grey JACK the state. Si. months or longer credit with 'I EKMS bankable note M. J. BETHURUM, Mt.Vernon,Ky. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Here U the Ford Runabout, a perfect whirlwind of utility. Fits into the daily life or" everybody, anj where, ever) wlicrc, and all the time. For town and country, it is all that iti name implies .1 Runabout. Low in cost of operation ; low in cost of maintenance, with all the sturdy strength, dependability ami reliability for which Ford cars are noted. c'd be pleased to ha c your order for one c more. We have about everything in motor car acces sories, and always have a full line of genuine I'dKi Ford parts give genuine Ford service. A ftmtiy thing happened tho other night' The man in the moon saw a liri.ulit light, Like niidniglit turned to iioiiiidav bright. .Said lietiihiinsulf "What sight, a wuiid-rful I wundor what nitikoi world so liright ? " tho And the earth replied, Tia Dolco. Light". t- - jBji y-- Jg- BRYAfl ' ..H will' c r BROS ".i t CATARRHAL D H A F N F. S S CANNOT BK CURED by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion There is only one of the yjar. way to cure catarrhal deafness, ind that is by constitutional remedv. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous llningo the Eust chlan Tube, when this tube is inflamed you I avo a rumbling sound or imperfect leaiing, and s wh n It is entirely closed, Unless tho is the result. lnflunirrat 011 can be icduced and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo de stroyed forever. M&ny casese 01 deafness are caused by catarrh, Deal-nes- Wonted Representative To call regular each week on tho retail (jrocery trade in Itoekcastlo Count AUo one in each adiolnliii; county, Swady work Strictly Commlsuiou Itoference required. Rxjicrleiico in grocery preferred hut not necessary. Wa soil MEAT, LARD, nUTTKR, GI1URSK. OLKOMARGARlNR, Kte. A good chance to make a little monoy regular, wnto MAC-CALLU- M Merchandise broker We sell NUCOA NUT- WILLIAMS - BUTTER In Kentucky Lexington, kv-- . ENOS SPENCER, Pm I 'fl1fHr'$. -- Ui I.'1, Ii' h' ' 'I u HV ! Mi' whtchtfp t M i jT8";. -- a'ftfuV&SSai wW.7Vs fX. Tr K ryJL MLI) IIUVANT MHOS. - We. will give. one bundled doll, ars for.tny caso of Catarrhal deaf, ness that canmu be cured b A KCaULARLY INCOHIIUTKB INITITUTIOH Of LKARNIN CircuHall's Catarrh Medicine. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY SUCimWIE STREET, North Po.toffic DrugHsta, 75c. lars free. All F. J. CHENNEY & CO.. CempUuCeurMefCemmwcUlVocatlonalTralnlnff. Studmto - ""- Toledo, Ohio. rnetkali raying RmuIU. CaUlogtM nt upon nquMU miofla ed,cp,ditioriof the mucous surfaces. 'Hall's ctt" tarrh mc.licino ac's through the blood on the mucous surface of IHe systota 1 r Commercial School ir' E M 5B MtVbrnom. Kv, Mar jG, 1920 up 79" wnin wnnt toOnitlmunl. 7Ca 79 (in. "No.HIONAL It $7 was warned with would be SIGNAL lOUUVULC T . VERNON K9S!M SMALL POX SITUATION IN MT. v'UKONON Jndge Mullins had n letter from the Stato Hoard of Health on Fridarin which the Fiscal Court wmmmmsammsaBBBamammestt how J did suffer for tho past four years and up to the time I began taking Tanlac, a few weeks ago. "When I read the testimonials of some who had been relieved of troubles like tnino I just felt Itko I couldn't mako a mistake by taking Tanlac and it nas done even inoro for me than I had expected.. I began to feel better after taking my first bottlo and have just ,now started on my third and I'm u different man already. 1 sleep liko a log now and eat just any and everything I want without the slightest discomfort afterwards. I am glad to endorse Tanlac because it docs the work and I'm telling all my friends just what I'm telling you. I never felt better in my life than I dq since taking Tanlac. I am willing for you to publish my statement and let every suffering porson who may wish, betfofit by ray experience with this great medicine." Tanlac is sold In Mt. Vernon by Chas. C. Davis, in Brodhead by The Brodhead Phcy., and in Liv ingston by R. G. Webb.' 1, ! j i.i ,.! mw .n.!rr U that the county NHVIl.tt R R.Co. itinod if llio local authnrilics did not handle the To quarantine the situation. county would mean that no trains would stop in the county. No mail would come in or go out. A qtia-- a state guard would be placed on time is almost here, so barricade against the enemy before he makes an attack. FLY line of SCREEN VI I 111 rtatwoct eabmcs .. UmRHaD irareg '- eu;h road leading out and no one .'.... 5.i8 p m would bo permitted to come in or 21 norm 8:35 am leavo. The state authorities 111 south 12:33 P& would take control, but at the 12:45 a m exponse of tho county. A meet 'Jl South Jas. Landkum, Agent. ing wns called composed of the Town Board, Doctors, members Phone No. 8. ol the Fiscal Court and citizens Kntcrcil lit the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poito'fioi An order was issued forbiding mull matter. m ttcoml-ciaiany child to attend school who could not produce a certificate of - TIMB TABUS. nortOu.. We have a full and complete s PERSONALS vaccination. Tho same order wilLapply to the Picture Show, Sunday schools, Churches, and DOORS c.c cox THE HARDWARE MAN A MT. VERNON WRITER OF MOVIE PLAYS. How Many Cenfs do you Wanf for Your Doffar? If you're the kind of a man we think you are, you want 1 00 no more- -no less. If you receive a full measure of money's worth every time you opened your book, you wouldn't complain would you? Our sentiments exactly , - 9 other public indoor gatherings. J, Fish is conduce! to his room. The patients and homes are H. n. Cox has been sick this all quarantined. The local wcelc. authorities stem to have the Kloyd Miller is still confined to well in hand today. An his home. exaggerated report of tho situJ. M, Honoris was down from ation at Mt. Vernon has been Brodhead Tuesday. tnado by someono. The facts Mrs. Frank Mullinf is among are that wo do not have moro than tune osies in the town. If you the sick this week. havo been vaccinated, goto your Wo nro glad to report Mrs. doctor and get a certificate W. M. Pojr.ter improving. CLRANUP DAY FOR THE Mrs Will Moron, of London, is OEM ETUY visiting Mcshac Gentry H singer was visitThose who are interested in Mrs. Jnclc our cemotry are going to meet ing in Kii'hmond Wednesday. Mrs. Bottle Hansel is here thore on Wednesday. April 17th to clean up their lots and graves. from Wiltcn visiting her sons. you have loved ones buried Fran- - If and Win stu-ation FORMER Albert Jiirrutt - ct.scfi worn., Monday. borv.tmm Braelheiid I there beside ' o ..CTJU" " W.PG'd. someone". THh) BEST LAXATIVE Miss Iola Hansel was with her "My sedentary habits havo ne sister Mrs. Sam Fields a few days cessituted the the use of an oclast week. casional laxative. I have tried F. L. Thompson was home many but found nothing better Chamberlain's Tablets," from Corhin Sunday to see his than Daniels, brother, Jamie. Iionry Daily tells us his little daughter is nbt improving as writes George F. Hard wick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proprietor of the Hardwick Inn. one of the model hotels of New Eng. rapidly us Iheyould like. Deputy ShfriftW. W. land. aw;: - if 1 t i . Anglin fokLena Hurd'to the Reform ;Schnol at Gieendale Tuesday. Sim Cummins, of Cairo, 111., If its to wear you can find it was rallel here on accour.t ot at Fish's v?" Tiiio serlons illubss"6f liis"mitlfer. No Chautauqua tickets will be ' Mrs. Dick Cummins is very eiven away tomorrow. sick with pneumonia. Hor child-re- n A vaccinated arm is a lot easier have been called to her bed- than a case of smallpox. side. t Over 100,000 plants Golden Cu:iimins i hero from in use ttiere is a reason. Cincinnati with his grandmother, Dr. M. It. Pennington, dentist, Mrs. Dick Cummins, who is very is now at Rockcastle Hotel. 'low with pneumonia. Fa.ster suits and hats for men, Miss Eflio Poteot and Edward Payne, Miss Bessie Rentier and joung men and boys at Fish's. r 'George Jones eloped to Jellico C. D. Sutton is remodeling his :and were married last Friday. West Main street residence and "Brock, of London, will have a good looking place. Mr8Gea.G. Mrs has been with lior Moro light, brighter light, W. U. Fish, who has been suffer-ir-g cheaper liuht, DelcocLight. fioin a severe case ot Judge Mullins has been advjscd this week. that Rocktastlo will get thirty Mrs. RA. Daily went to Louis-vill- o convicts to work on bur roads this week to consult a spec April first. ialist. She was accompanied by Plants in use More her father, J. S. Langford and than alt others combined t bote's Dr. M. Pennington. a reason. Jamie Thompson arrived SunCapt. E. B. Thompson was in day from New Yoric where ho town yesterday and tells us he has been in a Government hoBpit-u- l will leave Mouday for Washingfor some time. Jamlo is look- ton where he has a position. ing Fine and expects to be alright Messrs John C. Taylor and .again soon. Ernest smith received the Enter ed Apprentlc degree in Ashland NO -?Delco-Lighton-fllll- tis LOCALS Delco-Lfg- nt Mrs. Zella Sowder has been Wanted:- - "Men or women working for five jears on the to take orders among friends and o( movie plas and has synopsis we understand each other we neighbors for the genuine guarWithin the achieved success. anteed hosiery, full lines formen can speak frankly and plain. last year, sko has had four plays MONEY COULDN'T BUY women and children. Eliminaccepted and his another ready ates darning. We pay socts an to submit. Ttio synopsis is sent THE GOOD IT DID ME,' hour forsparo time or $24. per full count your SAYS HON. A. K. week for full "time. Experience to the Film company and is InterWrite, unnecessary. full confidence. the way we sell ANDERSON . worked up by them into the Norris national Stocking Mill, ntimlinr nf roots in which it an. the way we our merchandise m.. i.o i,i th riin.. "Money could not buy the town, Pa. you to buy yours. ing plays to the Christie Film S"od Tanlac has done me, and I Man with team or Angeles, Qa igiaaiy recormnena it tor wnai 11 Wa.vtEd: Company, Los auto who can glvo bond to sell This Spring would be a good time for us to get "The Unwelcome Visitor," three nas done m my case, or Hous13 Watkins homo and Farm pro.-c (?.ri.H - I?arrJs rvlucts," biggestMels, "The ..Silent GutiM,",lil ton, Texas.-- . y tfovLkc'iTM . w)irjsitor 6 mtsr never hr " reels. ThO Goldwin Film Co., CountvvTecentiy. a better position to show you gentlemen's clothing 5000 Mr. Andarson is unquestion in the world. $1500 to West Ft. Lee, N. J , bought "The and furnishings at man to man prices. This county ably not only qne of the best yearly income. ChaDged Honey-moofour 'reels open. Write today J. R. Wad- known, but one of the most pop. and "The Haunted House" kins Co., De'pt, n2, Winona, For example five reels. Those companies pay ular men who ever held public office in the state of Texas' After Minn. dollars per a rate of tliirty-fiv- o reel for these svnopsis. Very few serving as Deputy Sheriff, of A FAMILY MEDICINE people- know that Mrs. Sowder Harris County for twelve years, AND I am agent for the great AmerMiss Mr. Anderson was elected Chief ican Herb Company. is engaged in this art. I sell of Police of the city ot Houston. Ethel 'Azbill has been typing her Indian Herb Tablets, 180 in a box, plays. We. aro very glad of the He had occupied this office only for $1.00. We recommend them privilege of giving some publicity a short time when the Sheriff of as an excellent bowel and liver Harris County died Mr. Ander regulator. A written guarantee to her success. son's friends persuaded him to goes with each box. I have a make the race for the unexpired fresh supply, just received. KS. . Send me a dollar and I will mail term of Sheriff to which he was The marriage of i2t.-2i- . you a box. easily elected. He was honored THE HUSTLING CASH STORE and' Miss MarguVet .Sparks",, in , D. Mullins. W. Su'Kdayj'icam da& wtth- reflection seven different libiirt vHfifas't Withers. Ky. very .thrilling' suiprfso to their uiuus auu serveu mu people ju Notice:- - The Merchants or Mt. TEEl H. families and friends. They are this important office' for fifteen r. ' Dentist, will be in Vernon have decided not to give Dr. Tyree, "v? two of Mt, Vernon's very popular Anderson declined reelection ..'.... people Mr. Craig Livingston from Monday, March away any Chautauqua tickets For Infants and Children young ret,red t0 private hfe tHe Years 29th, until Saturday April 3rd. tomorrow, Saturday 27th, on efficient young. salesman with In Us For Over cast his lot among the1 people jof account of health conditions here Free Sutton & McBee, Clothiers. Mi and in the countv. All work guaranteed. Sparks is the attractiro daughter Houston and is a jarge ..property owner and foremost citizen ,of of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sparks. tbat Their many friends not only wish clty- interesting and' prosperous ' ' .' c- for them, but predict that this "JL.was in a condiTO-DA- Y marriage will bo crowned With tion," continued Mr". Anderson, happiness and success. "and had no appetite at all. I could hardly sleeop at night and CARD OF THANKS.. never felt like getting up in the We are very grateful to all'who mornings, I was so tired. I had were help.ul to us'in oiir recent 'indigestion, the worst form Bl'G loss and thank each and every ..irnnA ..11 i, : of t - "" "B """ to our dear one for tbeir kindness continually : father, M. C.Owens,- and tons. f won x May. Heaven's richest blessings JUST UNLOADED'aNOTIIER CAR AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT tuy ;U""C WllllUUl lw.tl.nl...,. ."uu lu , "V .,,W sugar, as when I drank it with THK ClIILDnEN. sugar, I would- just belch for MT. VKRNON, KY. FORD OAR FOR SALE. WEST MAIN STREET Telephone 91 hours. I would bloat' and swell If you want to buy a second up llKO 1 was poisoned and hand Ford Car, see Luther Mul- - suffered with neuralgic pains of 11ns, mt. veruon, at once. the worst sort and n0lhing Easter Bonnets for men and seemed to help mo only In a temporary way. I jns: can t tell you young men af Fish's. SHF All night and all day service with tho Delco. Endorses Tanlac Now that You want We want That's ...,. that's want Six-sf- f- ) -- caACca--c.'-fci8- fayg.fe. - - . n, FISH'S SPECIAL SUITS $49. $39.76 $30. - Harf Schaff ner & Marx Cfofhes CRAIG-SPAR- David-Crai- g W. H. FISH -- 11 .' . jw CASTOR IA 30 I Examinations r .run-dow- n SEE BROWN Green Seal Paints and Varnishes SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED FOR - -- I """ 7 we .-u sell Old Kentucky Fertilizers W.H.BROWN ...-..- - SMALLPOX - Ky. Mr. $1200 Gott Fish, broke out with smallpox but, ho has not worth of eggs at Mt. Vernon last last Tuesday, Monday. been out of his house or in this All other plants except the store for more than a week. He is. getting well fast. Everyone Del co- incenses your insurance conneoted with this store can rates there's a reason. show a vaccinated arm and nono Tom Rigsby of Paris.lll. has of us have been with smallpox, boen visiting relatives and friends I am issuing this card in order in Hiait section, no uveu in that you may know the facts re. this county until I4 years ago - It AT W lv. Gott is estaolihlng a FISH'S STORE. branch produce, house at Bond, is tmo tint my father, J. bouglit Lodge 640 F. & A. M. on Monday night. last I EVERYTHING IN THE EATING LINE i IE YOU DON'T BELIlfiVE IT COME SEE I HAVE A FULL LINE OF JOE! , Country Hams f WANTED of moderate size and are paying market price. If you have hams to sell bring them in NOW or we may have all we need before you Faney Groceries Fresh Meats National Biscuit Co.'s line of Cakes Crackers, Wafers, etc. A full and complete line of Candies We are in the market for nice Country Hams gardless of what you may hoar, when he went to Illinois to locate, W. H. Fish. Somo of his relatives are former Rockcastle County citizens and and doiog well, they are John lllk. Il'.flnliaj Coffey and family, Jeff Stigall, Ham Jordon, Gable Hunt's Sons FIVE MILLION PEOFLX skvl and Wm. Murray. USED IT LAST YEAR A dispatch to the Lexington HILL'S from Pranktorl Hearld of slates tbat R. H. Miller, of Rock- CASCARAjjjjQUININE castle county will succeatr Klrao Gaines aai'&JeikVib thel. claim department 6f tho jifnWoi Ml M itaadard cold ttmtir l lst'.fi, Mr to UDlll KMIIM Auditor a TriBgtliv-i- ti. ..ll.u.. ai. Miller is a son of M. J. Miller of 1 -Monty oat h ttt this, plfco and, a popular young ' ' couu. 005 top Wl wtfc man who will make good' in his .im xnm giciurc work. 4IIWHWHIH" Lowney's Bulk & Package Chocolates Ask for 'HILL'S I Joe just belo Depo vt get yours in If you are posted, you know that Feed and Field Seeds are advancing rapidly. Buy now and save the dif fere nee. Full line of Seed Oats. Field and Garden Seed on hand. BUY NOW ,' Clotuiuf ,. ; to-da- y -- ,.. I 4 961 w Craig-.-Apti- , MEN'S GARMENTS REPAIRED fREE i Bond vU Pared wtwnMMoprredisolondeilwd. SWISS DYEING SAVES BUYING that tin LwouMi tollvd from vtar toil tutto miUt U tent "U SwIm CUantn Mm Hd En&t , 'COLORS' OF A RAINBOW , to k cltaair. V Ammmi TT . " wnu sob s CLEANERS SWISSsu. st. tot uxjmmfffifl & DYERS. Inc. Ay. sir ttfa J. F. Griffin PHONE 51 I. ,ai eiJ.Al.'..ftiyg;Wykpft -' '" - gfcT''', - - '1rl-7- ' jit CCDJUi-LitlljJUsijijliki!UBB- to roe if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted " Sh! What would happen Pirate- - The with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good exCan't Help cuse I have. Helping Miself they're so good I Good for me too, be cause Calumet Bakings are wliolcoirc ami cajil digested. Million: of mothers use ALU MET BAKING POWDER because it always gives best results and ft economical in cost and use. Calumet contain) only $nch Inettdicnti a$ havo peers op provlJ officially by f As U. S. Food Authoritict. You save) when you buy II. you save when you tl. OlXftlJTV m IWGHESTp bccauseofltspurity asztyyJK AWflHOj The itinerary ill take the cars over the splendid roads of the Lincoln Highway and through country fatuous for its scenic beauty, Catup will be made earl each day so that the best sites may be selected and plenty of time be allorded to take every advantage of the rolling kitchen that will accompany the truck train. Interest in the trip is intense and tile rivalry for selection as members of tho party has giveu a tremendous impetus to perfection in scout work. March 18, lo2o. aVfld fitlrfiie 5.11 1 to Mlo:v tittle for fut. ibxitdn ont'liflcy. Frou A- - ' t'tiii trucks vill t'o";l to I'ittiburjr, Hodfonl, 'k'ttjsburg, Philadelphia nntl nt Nhw York, with stop-ove- r Hay. Perhaps the mrt ter pleasant nnd rnp,erly nnttcipit.d cart uf the trip will tic the tliM"( days stop at the nit'onal Hoy Seoul camp nt Hcur Moiintnln t near West P. int. N Y. lino the boys will mingle with scouts from other sections of the coun try, com ale with them in nth letics and make r.ew acquaintance On July 2 the return will Ik sturted by Jwiiy of Goshen, El mlra, Aviiloa, Buffalo and Niagara Pulls, wlure tho boys will be al lowed time to view tho mighty waterfall Erie will be the final stop before arrival in Akron. 0" Helps Sick Women the woman' tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what "1 had a the writes: general breaking-daw- n of my health. I was In bed for weeks, unable to I had such a get up. weakness and dizziness, and the pains were A friend very severe lo 1 me I had tried cvery-I- h ig else, why not Cartful?... I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." Cardial, 'or llielr crops. j. A, flrbwn intl family wore wilh Mr and Mifltham durl- y Mri Carer ci Ben Mi the cek,- - Mr with tb Mhtlpht urnnt Surday nt-- d V ti Back of Your Success Three things are essential to your success A A A f'n.llynf Willie l.o-d- n. Otl ... TAKE here fiorn Uro.llied ilanle ivMiinn Ml Jntiin'ay 'it!st i'f Oii-.viis the. charming Urown Sunday - llnnry Hntv, ur new mail em ier et nn to be qultf a hustler He gnus at h and cemiB early. Mrs. Hen Al bright nt Monday nil gl with her daughter, Mrs. Lydla Her. rin. Theru has been quite a number of sa'estnen calling on mr merchant, D L nil.inghain. luting thewetk Mr Mat Owen, . of the Freedom section died He is the father of Mrs '. F. Craig, mar Willailla Rus-se- l Albright was over fri m Ban dy lit st of the week.- -- Horace Thompson left last week for Iowa Mr. rnd Mrs Clarence East-havisited Allen Hiatt and famAllen Hiatt ily Tuesday night and Floyd Gentry nttendid the N K. F. Gentry sale Tuesday J. Eatham is preparing to erect a large barn on his farm this spring. -1 1 .as wn ! Bank BaFance Bank Acquaintance Bank Credif ttNV" w Sun-diy- Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank Our officers are ready to with you. co-oper- ate The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizzy, worn-ou- t? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask, some JadjMrjend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. Rhode island Reds LiHuber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Rhode Island Red Daraa Rhodo Island Bad Poultry flssoeiation Baraa. Kantueky furnishes eggs forjiatching at the following prices : . $4.00 In lots of fiO . . $1 0 Ono setting In lots of 100 7.00 2.75 Two settings . . Special pons, per setting $3.00 Send in your orders early to tho County Agent, Berea. Ky. ISP N Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing- OTTAWA Robert Wallin is very sick whh pneumonia and bis recovery is ery doubtful. A small child of Mr. and Mrs Harrington has pneumonia Mr.. and Mrs. Jack LastvoJJ and 'family ..peJt Situv-d-uy and Sunday with Mr.and Mrs. Geo. Farris. Born to the wife of M. A. Stevens on the 19th, a flue bay. Mother and babe doing well Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weaver spent Sunday with her aunt, Mrs Samanth A. Wiggins. Mr and Mrs. John Cash, of Quail spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. L Cash here. Mr. and Mrs. Allert hase spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. am Mrs W. H. Laswell. Rev. A. J. Pike rilled his regular appointment at Union Ridge Saturday and Sunday. C. W. Hayse, of Corbin, Casper Junction, Hajes,- of Lebanon spent the wiekcnd with tbtir patents, Mr and Mrs. W. P. Hues. Miss Lillian Lewis, who has been attending school at Berea is at home. A. B. Lewis who is traveling salesman for D. M. s Ferrv Seed Co., is with this week. Mr' and Mrs. Maurice Proctoa have returned to their homo in Cincinnati aftor spending a few days with their parents. Cecil Denny, of Lexington, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Pete Farris. Miss Susie Cash.of Brodhead, spent Sunday with Mrs. W. Miss Ueckie Albright. H. Laswell spent Satuidiy afternoon with Mrs. Q. Harrington. George Thompson left Monday for Grinnell, Iowa to ma', e his future home- .- Leslie Owens left home-folk- At I have the pure bred Rhode Island Red Chickens, and am soiling the EGGS at $1.50 per setting If you want Eggs, engage them now. Mrs. ti. S. Cnuddl. -R-.F.D. 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. la TImW Not lttla BABY CHICKS! BABY CHICKS! Wj JOHN '50 'Akron will Boy-Scout- s. S0.1 m.TtfnlKfiyT A1.- SUPERIOR QUALITY" Ud WhIU Rocks. Itfds. Wyu. dotlex, Latgbom. PHe lie and! op. SaT aciivcry cuarmntecd. Psxecl Pmrt - .eaMwvteflaMiVMflsaMMff""- "IIELl PAINT r-mo-ii EASTERN KENTUCKY KED" prf)r KV. itmmmmmmmmwtm Kentucky Hatchery LKXINQTON. WHITE Make Extended Pilgrimage Fifty of Akron's Boy Scouts make an automobile pit gnmuge to the grave of Theodore Roosevelt at Oyster Bay, L. I , on J uly 1 to pay homage to "The Great American" and all 'i hat his ideals, courage and sp'uit of (.dventure stood for in the minds of tho youths of America. At the shrine of the heat ted the memory Jf who 'ill never dim. the scouts will hold a short service and pay silent tribute to the great leader ot men whose life was an inspiration to the youth of the land. Tho third annual trip to be given tho Boy Scouts by the Good ear Tire & Rubber Com pany, will begin on June 2O and end on July ,10. Selection of the 5o bos will be made within the next two months at a field day when various scout troops in Akron will designate their best scouts to take a competitive test of the scout work. The 50 who rank highest will be chosen lo i make ilgriraage, ' Unlike last year, the trip ill covertui entirely different section of country. The big, pneumatically cushioned trucks from the freight cumpanp's line will carry the boys 90 miles a day, with four hours travel in the morning and two and a half in the afternoon. This is to lion--erica- n, For Salk: My place o! 50 acres, more or less, with good harn. dwelling and peach orchard, me mile east of Mt. Wrnon. $500 worth marketable timber on place and 10 acres cord wood. ee or wiite J. C. Moore, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ox H. AH Druggists J.T LOUIS VILLI, I ryrkycycy( b. W. BETHURUtt ' C. C. Bank ATTOUNKV-AT-LA- Williams CO. KY. ! iUwral smsttaMBt ad full vain MM :rFUR$ QwtlUM Kids saa yffvf ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VRRNON.HY. in all the courts. Will Office 011 OFFICE. Church Street On ard. floor ofl of Mt. Vernon, oni iutcu ai. opccij mica tion eivon collections. yc 'pnonb 80 MT.VEBNON.KY Saturday for Crawfordsvill, fnd . to spend a few days with his brother, Ervin Owens. Miss Elva Albright spent Monday with Miss Pearlie Smith. Miss Dovie French spent Friday with hei aunt, Mrs. H. E Jones. Mrs. Jas. Cash ard daughter, Viola, of Brodhead, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cash Horace Thompson left Monday A. S. for Bridgeport, Ind. Albright was in town Monday on business. There will be Sunday School at Union Ridge Sunday at 2 o'clock Come. HAS HAD STOMACH TROUBLE FOR SEVEN YEARS Theodore Sanford of Fenmorer Mich, has had stomach trouble fot seven years add could not ca, vegetables or fruit without pain in the stomach and restless nights By taking Chamberlain's Tablets, he is now able to oat vegetables or fruit without causing pain or sleeplessness. If troubled with indigestion or constipation give these tablets a trial. They are certain to prove beneficial Jlie World's Largest Production of Tires on the Smaller Cars Alone fr We atll attention not so much to the size of this average daily production as to the extent of the effort we put into the making of these sizes. 30x3-- , 30x3-- , and 31x4-inc- h The : parate factory we have devoted to their manufacture is rot only the largest of its kind in the world, but it makes fully effective that experience and resourcefulness which have produced the tires most popular cars. on the higher-priceNo tires bearing the Goodyear name contain a higher relative value than these tires for Ford, Chevrolet, Dorr, Maxwell and other cars requiring the sizes mentioned. d i. - tlu-p- "- mm W1 WY I Akron-Bosto- n CASTORI. tended Children Cry FLETCHER'S FUR QUAIL D. L. Dillingham was in Drod-hea- d Monday. George Thompson has gone tc Iowa for an ex- Hakw$ ? 'OETOWAUjtoX' M0&mt w & b Finish your floors with Hanna'a Lustro-Finis- h, This superior product hot only makes floors lustroas and beautiful, but it also wears. It dries with a tough, elastic film that makes the best possible surface for floors subject to severe wear and usage. sfain-and-varnis- h. the combined Kanna's Lustro-Finis- h can be supplied in eight natural 'wood colors. It's excellent not only for floors, but also for furniture, woodwork and the thousand and one small finishing purposes about the home. SOLD BY visit with relatives. Mablc and Ruby Eastham spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. A. L.Brown, alWllUIlla. Mrs. Allen Hiatt is with her daughtei, Mrs. B V. Riddle and other relatives at Brodhead this week Gil lis Brown sold a nice milch cow to Dr. W. F. Carter for a fancy price. Opie Hcrrin and H P. Davis spent Saturdiy night and Sunday with homefolks. Messrs llerin and Davis have been working in Crab Oi chard for the past suveaal weeks. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Dillingham visited Mr and Mrs. Glover McMullins Sunday Maurice Brown has returned from Indiana. The Bible reading at .Providence has teen u epidiscontinued during the demic. John Norton has moved hU family to the farm he re.ent ly p irehased Irom Bud Stringer, Mr. and Mrs Dewey Adams sp.'nt Saturday night and Sunduy with his parents Mr. and Mrs Mut Adams. Tho farmers are taking advantage of the spring days and are preparing greatly 11 mill QK.lf neiaWw uaalaaliL.:c If you "own one of these cars, go to the near- est Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. iBIaWK Ci 1 H 30x3V4 Golver Double. Cure Fabric, AU.WeatherTiead. $1150 Lj $- 30x314 Goodyear Siftgte.Curc Fabric, AnU.SUd Tread. 1 L 1 50 -) Goodear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tube that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap rubef Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost Utile more than tubes of less merit. 3 x 3Vi ike in wattr- SO T proof bag r . . $( W. H . BRO WNMt-v."o- n CASTORIA Ohildrenbry FLETCHER'S FOR sold by BRYANT BROS, ss " -- -. i I tp ft. s ..; Si &u. -I 3j SUPPLEMENT cvnnn " FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" Siliil Notes with their host of friencs, wish eveiy good thing may be theirs. Athletic Boys Who Win at AT school orthe V 11 U III C UI .... j.. 1 11 ct chum's home, the boy who feels dressed up gets at once at-tenti- on J &W ? iAVVCSP.w sr rev wisvwt'wbk..'-"yau iiK'.N:ifv' JBh If' " - - .1 "W t'' i. V$" If you are troubled with pains or HELTON "HOPKINS. aches; feel tired; have headache, Miss Naiicy Helton and Mr. indTgeslicn, insomnia; painful pass-dfcl urine, you will find relief io mmmEmmaSfBmSmmmMBXmgHmm the store s Lum J. Hopkins were married Capynght 1919. Hart Scliaffmr&Marx Saturday, March 27 at Brodhead. .GOLD MEDAL : The bride is the daughter of Robert and Linville Mullins Mr. and Mrs. J. Helton, of the wore up from Dudley this week iFreedonujifintiQnAndi one, of-- the P-EA-- L -R TheoMorey, the London fertil. county's best teachers. Mr. Hop7116 izer specialist, was here on busi- kins is the son of Mr. and Mrs. liver, world's standard remedy fcr lfdncj blndder.ancl uric odd troubles and . Howard Baker is i.i Ctncinnati ness today. Hopkins and a very promis- Uationcl.Keiricdy of Holland since 1690.' J. A. Tfciee rises, nil druggists. Guaranteed. fpr a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Clarlie Cheekand ing young man. To both, we IUoV for, lb em GoU MaM on ororr ban , and afcc?t no imitation Married, Decomber 30th, M. G. family have gone to Indiana to to Miss Sudie Hiatt. their home. make Assistant Cashier. Miss Mattve Grover Cleveland Hatcher was enrouto from Corbiu Chesnut and Mrs. Floyd Miller here ore spending the week in Louis-vijl- to Leel Green. Judge L. W. Bethnrum came ,i Deputy Sheriff W. W. Anglin home from French Lick, where was called to Ohio last week on he has been for treatment, on account ot.tho illuess of his sis- Wednesday. ter. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Childress, ". .Miss Georgia McForron was and son, Jack, of Ravenna, are THE UNIVERSAL'CAVR called to Louisville Tuesday be- spending the week with Mrs. ..The Ford Model T One Ton Truck was the cause of the illness of Mrs. Henry Minnie Anderson. e McFerron. , first low price truck to carry the Mrs. Maty Gentry and daughthat tremendous power delivering mechanism Oldham came homo ter, Dossie, of Knoxvillo, were Mrs.Mamio had previously bce,n an exclusive feature with from Louisville 10 spend Easter hre to attend the fune.ral of high priced motor trucks. In the Ford Truck, wil'h her children, at the homo of Mrs. H. C. Gentry. e of manganese however, you get the her mother. Prof. D. H. Lyon was called to t bronze material, absolute in strength and Mrs. Anna L. Gleason, and Lebanon Tupsday on account of positive in the delivery of power, at a very low baby, of Hamilton, Ohio, and the critical illness of Mr. Kelly, price. Come in and let us point out the many Mrs. Martha I.ooniis, of AkVon, father of Mrs. Lyon. superior merits of the Ford One' Ton Truck, Ohio, are visiting their parents, because you need one in your work. We give ,Mi Ike Larison. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Rickqls. prompt and efficient repair service; son Herbert, of Miss Nancy, and visiWinchester, woro week-entors of Mrs. Alice Davis, ca one-Prie- $&"&& smrm& f 4m m &$k WW95W tJfPy s. Our Boys Clothes win the confidence of boys and their Everything parents too. from cap to shoes. Spring Suits . s, s'5 S2 The Athletic Association is progressing nicely, having contracted for the tair grounds, and have the diamond practically completed. The grounds were in pretty bad condition but with the aid of a stump puller, several teams and a gang of men they have made a remarkable change in the appearance of the grounds. Few people have been asked to donate so for, but no one has turned us down, realizing that there is quite a bit of expense in vlaying Baseball. The ones who have made donations follow: Bess Sparks, Willis McKenzie, V C. C. Davis, H. Fih, H. T. Young, V. R. Gott, L V. Murfel, V. L. Richards, Floyd Miller, F. L. Durham, J. B. McKenzio, Jas. Pinkerton. Sutton & McBee, A. B. Sparks. Theri' is a shoe for yon on Fish's Bargain Counter. LISTEN MEN Next Thursday April 15, Ms clean up day at the Cemetery, so everybody be there or send a hand to cleati off their lot. Yoa. that dont have friends buried there come and help us clean oil the old soldiers' graves. Let every woman bo there with And I am her hoe and rake. sure the Boy Scouts will be glad ' to help in this great work. Meet us there next Thursday. Over one-hal- f S M TSI , " the cars in Amer250 ica are Fords and there are different concerns making cars. DON'T DESPAIR ch SON S to-da- y e. 1 worm-driv- worm-driv- d I will have a car of FERTILIZER at Brodhead about April J 5th Aliyono wanting nny vj'ill see mo At uco Mr. Con Gleason, of Hamilton, Ohio, made a flying trip noro Monday morning to be with his son, Claraico Edward, who is sick at the homo of James Rickels. Miss Myrtlo Urynnt, Accompanied by Mrs. O D. Bryant, wont Louisville Wednesday to consult a specialist about somo bad teeth. BRYANT BROS. Oj fratir; v&s W,B SIGMON, SIGNALlo Friday, jfr 1920 l T. VSBNON ca O'liryan makes tlio best and Fish's sell them. ls over-nil- s 11 Published every Friday by Rev. 11. ,T. Young hus moved II. T. YOUNG. to the Martin place on West Main SUBSCRIPTION ONK VRAK $1.00 street. Advertising rates maae known application on Crab Orchard Motor Co. for Sale MKMBKROF KNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION . DEATH OF A GOOD WOMAN. In the death of Mrs. H. C.Gcn-try- , Saturday, April 3rd, Mt. Vernon lost oue of its very best women. Mrs. Gentry's life was of more than ordinary interest. Slio was seventy three years old on the fourteenth of last Novom-- . her. She and Mr. Gentry had years on been married the fourteenth of lust Decern her. .Slip mvivJ? tnrthrr nt ilt'cn children, six of whom survive her. The sons are: Meshac Gontry, of Mt. Vernon; J. T, Gentry, of Lebanon Junction; J. W. Gontry, of East St. Louis, 111., J. B. Gentry, of St. Lotfis, Mo., 11. C. Gentry, of East Stf Louts, 111; and J. T. Gentry, of r years Ml Vernon. For she had lived a consistent mem-be- r of the Baptist church. Her life bad been given unselfishly to her homo and family and her devotion had been appreciated. The tender devotion of her aged husband and six sons to her was very beautiful. A short and impressive funeral sorvico was held at the Baptist church on Monday afternoon, attended by a goodly number of those who knew, honored and loved ber. She was, buried in the ccmetry at Mt. Vernon, her six stalwart sons acting as the pall bearers who bore the body of their mother to its last resting place. lifty-foii- r fifty-fou- There are four million satfofied Ford ownors-isn- 't that a pretty good iceords. G. V. Owens is erecting large tobacco barn on the old McClary farm just in the edge of town. Georgo Robert Evans ls building a new residence on the lot he recently purchased on McFcrron Heights. RayClontzand Miss Lula were married last week in Jcllico. The Signal extends congratulations. Walter Smith, Edd Dyehouso and Will Poy liter, automobile men of Crab Orchard were iti town during the week. Tires Accessories Cars ACETYLENE WELDING New and Used Lin-vi- ll All mechanical work guaranteed Taxie service Day or Night BROWN, GOODWIN & SMITH Proprietors CRAB ORCHARD, KY. 4 ..a.-.- Jack Norton has bought the old Cress place near Wabd. W. M. Bullock bought the Norton1 place and sold another place near Geo. N. Mrs. Carrie Mize, formerly Spiro to Clyde Capps. Bray bought the Bullock store Mrs. Elza Langford of Rockcastle, died April first, in Elys, Ky., and residence at Wabd and has at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. moved to it. D. Owens. Mr. Tip Langford Privato James Arthur Franklin sent Ear! Cox to bring the body writes from Ft. Sheridan, 111., back to Pine Hill for burial. Mr that he was discharged from the Langford has her two little army this week. Ho'was one of girjs. the first to leave Rockcastle. He left here Sept. 20, iai7, and was seriously wounded on Soisson front in July I918, been in army hospital one year, eight and CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH months until discharged. He was a member of Co. K, 28th REMEDY Inft. of the famous First DivisThe great benefit derived from ion, and will be home with his the use of Chamberlain's Cough mother at Wildie in a few days. Remedy has been gratefully ac CARD OF THANKS. knowledged by many. Mrs. My sons and 1 want to express Benjamino F. Blakeney, Decatur, to you, the many friends, our 111., "Chamberlain's writes, profound appreciation of your Cough Remedy is by far the best untiring devotion during the sickmedicine for colds and com lis ness, death and burial of my wife we have ever used in our family. Wo shall and their mother. I gave it to my children when never forget you. small for croup and have taken H. C. Gentry and Sons. us fit you today in it myself." EGGS. The first four Fords sold in Puro stock White Wyandotte ..-w HfraoSna-XWa-KSgg1j lor fci.oo. OKg tor sale towing jjeupiu: n.. cj. niurigut, Union Suits Mrs. Gus Stnvorson. Brodhead; J. w. Tate, Brodhead; Mt. Vernon, Ky. Fred Baker, Mt. Vernon; R. H. for Spring and OUITimer FOR SALE. Hamm, Brodhead. It is a significant fact that each ono of these I shall sell privately, a part of my household and Kitchen furnimen are still Ford ownt rs. Please them about Ford service, ask ture. Come to mo homo if ou want to buy. ask them about the expense of The One.Price Cash Store II. C. Gkntky. running a Ford. I one-ha- lf As. Wo go to press, a telegram announces the death of Mrs. Henry McFerron. Mrs. Mc Perron leaves a husband and four -- ' "' i&Mf stu&feitr Don't wait until ""harvesting time to tix up the mower and other farm machinery. Do it now. See Fish 'lor all kinds of repairs. Green Cox, while chopping wood a few days ago, split one of his feet nearly open and will be laid up for several weeks. Mr. Cox and his family live in one of R. L. McFerron's houses in town and we regret very much to hear of his misfortune. ;i We sell the relkll grocery trade. Our line will hardly pay for your entire ti e. but for the- time given will pay well. This is regslar wotk, and a good chauce for some one to make a little extra money every month. We sell staple lines only, Met, Dry Salt.JLard, Butter, Cheese, Oleomargarine, NUCOA NUT BUTTER, etc. Write at once, - ill MT. VERNON who can triveux:i few hours 111:111 wjio live earn uny, luiupicsuni uur niieiosisiTr uvJUKO AS) 1 Lb county WANTED - mrw-- " MAC-CULLU- M MERCHANDISE BROKER WILLIAMS LEXINGNON, KY. DECLAMATORY CONTEST The Declamatory contest of the High School boys on last Friday night was of high type.' The declamations were woll selected, well prepared and well given. The Bethurura medal went lo Robert Fish. For Salr: My farm of 7O acres for sale 2j4 miles from Broadhead, 3 from Mt. Vernon on Boone Highway. New bouse, plenty of water can be piped into houEe. A. L Tompson. R R N0.3 Crab Orchard,Ky. FOR SALE. have on hand for sale,, three used Fords, two Chevrolet, one Oakland Six, in good condition. Price from $250.00 to $ioo. Call and (see Out- new Monroe. these cars if you want a bargain. Crab Orchard Motor Co. We - Let - We buy, raise, and sell rabbits and other animals. Place your order with us, and list what over stock you have with us, stating lowest flat prices on large ship,, ments. 7 N. P. Ave. Address fur-beari- ng fur-bear- ing 515-5x- E -