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RETIRING SECRETAffl A"SHIEIV SLEEVE" BOY looitvmt 2 24 8 .'1 & SALL " NsHviuc n. n. co. r s. TIME TABLE. uortn uortn south aouth 5,i8 p ;. tn 3:35 am 12:33 P ro 12:45 a m !ni k I WILL OH '.... Jas. Landrum, Agent. v '&afc BTi r2 jf a jBHhEE. KlXTWv M Vt. 5(,i v v jBPt. Lvkni II Hill II Phone No. 8. entered at tlio Mt Vernon, Ky. PoitoBc as etroml.ciass mail matter. Saturday, April 24 1920 AT 10 A.M. AT LOCALS C. iV! .Mlshkln. N. T. Q I1MUU CYIIHII y Farm Near Plato, Ky. horse Mule' One year-ol- d Mules One pair 3 year-old t black Cow) fresh in summer One Heifer, fresh May 1 One ., ' Three good yearling Hereford Calves ' One-gooBrood-Soand six pigs """ One P. B.D'urock Sow and five pigs, subject to register Three good shoats, will weigh 100 lbs. each. -d II. Mullins was homo from Lnnc!.istvr Snwluv. Bring in Satirduy. April 24th. at or chucks in on 1:30 p. COMMANDER EVANGELINE BOOTH FRANKLIN K. LANE. . Better Known as the Isaac Weaver Farm ",: ; FRANKLIN K. LANE TO "FOLLOW ON" Accepts Invitation to Become National Chairman of Salvation Army's AnnuaV-AppeaV"-'" The Kmtuekv.. Educational Association moUs in L,ouis.illo next" wo.-k- . Circuit Court logins Monday, May 3rd. two weeks from next Monday Co 1110. 40 1 in'' at tlio Monday lit thuKacnu.TS.Meci Court llouss next p 111 for Funds. arc rejoicing over Mr. and Mrs. William Wallen WASHINGTON'S BEST BELOVED tlio arrival of RESTARTING LIFE AT 55. u fino girl, which nrrived at their homo Sut.riay mnmtng Former Cabinet Officer Before Enter-inthe Oil Business as an ExecuLogan Bryant am Dick Altive for the Doheny Interests Will bright havo rented tlie new Lend His Great Abilities to the garage at Hrodhcad and will be Church Militant Organization. ready for business in a fev days g Logan Bryant is in Cleveland, Ohio to get two new Clovehnd Sixes for which tliay have the local ngency. "Robert Iff J uViuTn, who has been 'confined to hisioom at Sue Bon-no- tt School at. Ldon for two mouths wiih Ihi and fever has improved enough to he brought to the home of his brother, Harrison Grifliii, near town. Daniel Cuininius, tun ear old on of Mr. and Mrs. Ashei Cummins, died ednosdav after-noon- , after a lingering illness of five months The little follow had never been rtrong, but was a Short funeral services were held at the home on Thursday afternoon, after which his bodv was hurried in Kirn wood Ctmotry. The entiru third grade, of which Duiiel was a member in school, led py Miss Watson, attended Tlioy the services in a body. sent a beautiful wreath of flowers and each child carried a bunch of violets, which wore placed tenderly ubon the grave of tlnir little playmate and friend. bright and lovable child. ECZEMA Money back without If HUNT'S S.lv. falls In tht treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. KINQWORM, TETTER or other Itching akin diseaaes. Try a 73 cant box at our riak. quciton WtvI SOLD 11V Pioneer Drug Store LEVE L G RBEN Continued from 1st page some good sinning. There will bo Sunday school at Poplar Grove each Sunday at - o' crick. -- Mr. Milton Long died at his homo near Clarence, last Thursday oj heart trouble and was brought to Friendship Friday for burial. He once livei hero and had many friends hero. Ho leaves a wife Funeral ard three daughters services were conducted by Row D R. Gentry. II II ! 'TRADE MORAL The difference . between business and success is advertising. Inquire about oiy rates. Franklin K. Lane, referred to far anil wide ns "WasliiiiKton's best lot oil limn." Is undertaking two notable Inno- vutlons ut un ai,'e when most wen thin". I to tlic quiet of prinittliily of vate life. One Is .to "earu.enuuBh money to support my family and keep my bills paid," and the other Is "to step down from a IiIkIi I'lnie to resume my plnee ninmii; the sliirtsleeve boys nnil Uo them n blind ir (an!" stateir.ont.s fir.m Two history a iiiiiii of Mr. Lime's nttalnmeiils and btattou !u life! And the leintirkuhle part of It all Is Unit he puts the shirtsleeve matter the tlilux about helplns bis iioIkIiImiis ahead of that other tlilnit iiinkliiK mole nioney In order the Jietter to underwrite the Autumn of bis life I Few men reach u Metier niche In the nlTectlons anil confidence of the nubile mind than has this remarkable man from the Wot, who was once nn editor, then a lawjer and Dually a member of the President's cabinet and who withdraws fiom public life to "eaui a better HvIiir" nfter remlerliiK a sen Ice to the government the extent and alue of which would bo Impossible to estimate. Still fewer men are called to such responsible places as Franklin K. Lane will now occupy. He will enter the nil business as an executhe for the Doheny Interests and will be established In New Yoik city for that purpose by April 1. But the rosy prospect of maklne "a living wiice" after several years spent In struKulluK along on the salary of n cabinet olllcer has not blinded Mr. Lane to another opportunity that Mr striking n few powerful hlows nn behalf of tlio "man who Is down, hut never outl" Franklin K. Lane has accepted an Invitation fiom Commander UvnnRellne Hnotli to become the national chairman for the Siilwitluti Army's annual appeal for funds In l'.v.'O. He Is already on this Job, nlthouKh Wall Stieet does not Ki'iel blm ns nil oil well executive for another uipnth. "It Is a genuine privilege to find opportunity for encouraging n work so direct mid practical nml so valuable to tlie iiinmes of the people as tlio work of tho'Salwitlon Army," said Mr. Lane nt his olllee In Washington the other day. "When Commander Miss Ilooth asiced mo to tako the responsibilities of national cbaliman for the 1!U.'0 appeal of that organization," continued the secretary, "the tlrst thought that Hushed across my uiliul was, How can I spare time for such work when uni entering upon a commercial task of great responsibility? "And then there Hashed across my mind n vision of the things the Salvation Army does thu help It gives to men uud women and little children Just when and where they need It most and I thought to mjself that after all there could lie no more Important thing than this. Ho I accepted along with the other Job and I am trusting to the generosity of my new emplojers to Indorse my action In the matter. "I believe every right thinking man and womau In America owes the Salvation Army some of his or her tlm every year. Aud I am going to pay my share. I am going to get my shoulder squurely behind tlio movement for butuau that can win Uie hearts and 1 1 comes to weighing thg liomely.unos-trntatlou- s and highly practical relief methods of this nmaring band of woi leers. I heard the call. The problems of the poor are there, to be sohed, anil they can use my poor efforts perhaps, tiu-- i fcarttwtsA5-- - vaK.- - - "I wonTtlo iiiucli 'talking In tFie coining drive. I will do real work, arjl when I do talk I don't want to talk to nnj one hut actual workeis. There will be no speech making hy me to tbosn who might be curious to hear a former cabinet olllcer In iiellon, hut who aie not Interested In the work of the Army. I shall talk to workers and only to workers. Thu day for oratory In such matters I .is gone. We are down to brass tacks. "I think I owe It as a citizen of America to show my understanding und appreciation of the helpful work the Sahatlon Army Is doing lit Jts rescue homes, maternity hospitals, free clinics. Industrial homes, fresh air farms and tenement house relief work. "My testimony Is not needed, however. In tills matter. T,here lire 2,000,-00- 0 or 3,000,000 of joiing Americans who went Into thoi recent war;, either unaware that the Sahatlon Army existed or having no use. for its methods If they did know of It. So far r.s I cm learn these men came nut of that war and that unanimous on one subj.-c- t that the Suhntlnii Army understood the tuernge man, knew how to deal with blm and simply 'oi'ltveied the goods' on the 100 per cent lasls. "There Is no dhlslon of opinion nn that one subject. There coult have been no greater test for the S.uvnllon Army than the test It recehed In the war. So after nil I am merely adding my olce to the mighty choius liae referred to when I say that the Snla-tlo- n Army lias long since won the right to make an appeal to the rest of us fir Its maintenance, und I am sure it will not make that appeal In vain. "The Salvation Army one jenr ago abandoned Its old custom of begging In the streets the year around so that Its workers could devote ull of their time and attention to the poor. It makes an annual appeal each May. Personally I know of no gi enter bulwark that could lie raised against the rising tide of human unrest than tn strengthen the bands of this hand of self sacrificing Christian tolleis who liave the confidence of nil men anil women, regardless of race, creed, color or position In life. I think It Is linpnr. tant for the Interests of our advancing civilization that such a practical and wholesome woik be stimulated nml maintained to the utmost. "They say there are no 'down nml outers' any more. Personally I do not believe It, or If I did belloe it 1 would know that the iibnoimal times have swung the pendulum hack too far on one side and that It will swing far to the other side directly. There will alwajs be u bottom to society. The poor will ul ways be with us. Wo owe it to our fellow men to know our neighbor and share ills troubles nml problems, and only by Unit method can we, In all fairness and righteousness, keep the scales een In this life. "I am piouil to face the problems of the poor with the .Sahatlon Army In such a tr Ing hour, imd I hope that American men and women will stand with mo In the work ahead of us. Hut they must bo workers. I shall hau no time to entertain meie observers." -s 1 the confidence of the common people like this Stilvntlon Aimy has wou them In recent years. I am going to pull off my coat and do some real work that will show where I stand vvjien It Offer for Sale to the best bidder the following: . w --"-"-- TERMS made known on day of sale. John F. McKinney G. B. BROYLES, Auctioneer Children for Children's 'Maple Grove News" Home. Tlie l(u. lucky Children's Homo 'i.eicty now hus in its Recoivinfj Home in Louisville. 225. They raiigo in ago from ii few weeks to eighteen years, the youngest being a little gitl loss than three weeks, und the oldest a girl, eighteen years of uge. Owing to the fact that we have li.fl to medium of telling the citiz ns tlio nuiuher of children we htiye, we have not had tippli-c.uiosjuu ient to place them in Until for the organization that gives aid and relief to the poor and for the poor theuiseUes, the high cost of living lias been a troublesome fuctor In recent mouths. Money does not go far these dajs, but there's no one in the world who can get more worth-whilwork out of a dollar than can the SalIn this, country they gave vationists. away a,StO,707 uieals In the twelve-mont- h ending last .September !(0, uud provided 371,334 meals besides at cost. They supplied fre beds for 1,181,517 night lodgings and 1,408,887 ut a merely nominal charge. And In udditlou to all this uud to all tliut was done for thousands In Uio Army Institutions they gue temporary relief to 700,831 persons. e A father took his son to the National Capital one day while Congress was in session. The lad looked on with keen iuteiest then, turning to his father, he said: 'Fop. vhv did tho minister homts pray for all those men ? ' We unite this appeal to the "Ho didn't," the cynic il parcitizens, aslj"g them to open ent replied. "He t utile a look ut and homes to these their hearts children. Tilmon Gray spoilt Saturday etn and then prayed for tho There are many in the institu- nijjht with his tnole. Dan Gray. country " tion, who are sweet and attractive, and will 'ttdiate God's richARE YOU HAPPY? I AT est blessings and sunshine to To be happy vou must be well. the families and homes who tike If you are frequently troubled thetn. indigestion of these chi'dreu with constipation and Iho majority you canuut be altogether happy. aro ready for hemes and when IN THIS PAPER IS HOT AN you tako ono of them, you aro Tako ChiunberJanrs Tablets to AEROFLAMC EXPERIMENT obeying the inj- notion of our correct tluso disorders. Thox. Our rates are right they easy let people know your Savior, who said "Inasmuch as tiro prompt and effectual, goods and prices are right. yo liav-- don Kun a series of ads. in this it unto one of and plensant to take paper. If results show, the least of. those, 0 have dono other conditions being equal, speaV to us about it unto nie" . rH :f a year's contract :: People who am not in a position Monty back without qucitlon THAT PLAN NEVER LOST HUNT'S Salv Mia In Ilia If to give a child good care and A MERCHANT ONE PENNY treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA. KINQWORM, TETTER or attention need not apply, for it is ijLi Itching tklv diicaaea. othir Try a 75 cent box at our rlak. ,HHMaMaBWMaiaMaVaMMMsMMaaHMaHiMMMsM necessary for us to know that our vrruiu, iau, tr w. N. ) children will ho well cared fur. If a largo number of these children at 0 placed in the next 30 or fi' days, we can relieve tho counties of children who should bo sent to us iiumedintelv, ns it iiupossit-lfor us to take them until we placo thuso wo now have Bcrea Rhode Island Bod Poultry Association in the Uifoivli k Hemic, and we Dtaraa, Kentucky hope that a great many of our furnishes eggs forjiatchiiig at tho following prices : Kentucky families will nt this special tinio, find it convenient to . In lots of f0 $4.00 . . Ono setting ?1 m take ono of these child ron into 7.00 In lots of 100 . 2.75 Two tutting . . their homts. Special pons, per setting $3.00 For information address KenSociety, Send in your orders early to tlio County Agent, lierea, Ky. tucky Children's Home Louisville, Ky. -- I0S6 Baxtur Ave. "HELP PAINT EASTKKN KENTUCKY UEDM yours very rthpectivel, Dees spent Satur-dinii;ht with Leitha Gray Mrs LidiuGray spent Saturday allernotm with Mrs. Pearl Gibson. Mrs. Sarah Goforth was the guest of Pearl Gibson last TuesW rs day. Rachael P.mdor and Mrs. Nannie Clifford were guests of Pearl Gibson Wednesday nf Miss-Kmily tor-noo- n y dovnUO Jenkins breakfast ono morning, whun ho was astounded to see the of nis own death. II3 rang up friend Smith at once. said. "Hello, Smith!" ho "Havo you seen the nnnounco meut of my death?" "Yes,,; replied fcmith." Whore are you speaking from ?" waa-sitting Thu good people of Dudley,- Orlando and Mi pic Grovo made tii eighty dollars to buy tht widow Ilatnmons u cow. O F.. Gibson is talkirg of selling out this fall aud going to Arkan. sas Mrs. Edd Owens who has Miss been very sick, is better Minnie Johnson has returned homo from Liurel c uiity. A FLYER I ADVERTISING - 5 Ht HHaHHfH M ri 1: EGGS FOR HATCHING Single Comb Rhode Island Red . Geo. Selion, Superintendent. 'V e - - , - snM'LKMKNT ,MT, VF,UN(ti SMVAt., APRIL 10, 1920 r PAYNE Back of Your Success Three things are essential to your success A Bank Bafance A A s 8 PITCHES SOX TO VICTORY OVER COLONELS Score Is 6 to 3 in Chilly Crab Orchard Motor Co-Tires i'-- Bank Acquaintance Bank Credif Game at Louisville Louisville, Ky., April o Geo. Washington Payne nnd his White Sox mates defeated tho Louisville Colonels this afternoon, 6 to ,. Tile Colonels had whalloped the Philadelphia Nationals the day before and wore o coclty bunch when they took the field. Their attitude soon changed, however, and thoy were thoroughly tamed at the finish. It's a good thing tor Payne that ho won his game. Mrs. Pay no Accessories ACETYLENE WELDING ' r Now 8 H Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank and Used Cars for Sale Proprietors CRAR ORCHARD, KY. Our officers are ready to w co-oper- ate ith you. All mechanical work guaranteed Taxie service Day or Night BROWN, GOODWIN & SMITH cune in Irom tin- - Home XX i !SgPff Vernon, Ky., m Mount to see her hubby fTT 4 TTg UOWDIPHTIIKKIAIS 3X1 CONTRACTED. perform. She had never seen Mrs. John Rentier, who has been vorv sick f.ir tlin nist spivr. i ; .. .. . at uays, is auio to Do out again. Edd Jones, who has a gouty) b Bert Baker is working' for as operator at St. Paul, Ky., is spending a few days with home- Ihirman Co. at Yellow Rock. folks. Mr. and Mrs. Flcyd" Miller Tom Richmond h.in tnnirnnil woro in Louisvillu Tuesday. fiom Connersvillo. Intl. n...l him in a baseball uniform, but allows that from now on she is a PERSONALS baseball fan. aro visiting relatives in Stanford. Lewis Miller spout Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Rider. Miss Jean Penny, of Stanford, spent Sunday with Miss Fun Sparks. Mr. ana Mrs. u. F. wallin are moving back heie from Lebanon Junction. Mrs. Josle Perciful lias moved from Harlan connty back to her place here. 8. S. Franklin was in Lexington, last week to see his mother and sister. Georgo Smith and Aden Owens aro working for W. J. Sparks at Russellville. Edgar Mullius attended the U. C. T. banquet atLoudun Saturday night. Miss Ethel Azbill arrived Thursday for a visit to Miss Kisso Williams. Mrs J. C Moore has returned from an extended visit to friends and relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Fannie Adams will go to Paris Saturday to visit Dr John William and Mrs. Williams. over his success. realized .iS.f)o from the (ale of remet Judge Bethurum s boxes and pies. Tho highest turn from Martinsville. priced box was sold to A. P. Le- - BEGIN CAMPAIGN Judgo and Mrs. G. M. Mallard, master, of Livingston, for $7.5o Mrs. Minnie Anderson nnd Miss The Mt. Ve!roa Bind furnished FOB LEGION FUND Mattio Chesnut were in Giab Or- - the music nnd John Lair pulled chard a few hours Snnday. oft some interesting stums wi h Dr. Walker Owens, Mioses the small boys Citizens Throughout State are o Risse Williams and Nice NOTICE. Canvassing For Veterans' ley and Logan Bryant drove to I hortby notify all porsot s not . .. . r n..:. ....... o l Organization truimiuy 10 inspect u to .fa(j o with or grant credi tto l.uaiu;ujii Ulovolnnu car. my wife, Rosa Shnck, on my acWhen the eons sounded Monday Will McBee drove to Lancaster count as I will not ho responsible Saturday to spend the week end for any ttausaction or debt that niornlin;, Mnrch r., for the Vaniiulsn In the Interest of Kefmiokj's sho may contract. with .Mr. and Mrs. Chas ThompAmerican Legion Fund, u Jurso mini-l- r April 16th, 19:o of Kentiuklaiw In the. Held son and daughter, Jjano Perkins Thus Shuck. iirfurdliiK that opportunity for a Mrs. McBee and Thompson. of patriotism had Miss Jo Davis is spending a Little Martba McBee accompanied Plenty of O' Bryan's at Fish's heon brought tihotit through that the few days with her sister, Mrs him back home. of the Citizens CnnipalKii Try a pair. A. T. Iluit, of Louis-Illheaded Walter Robins at Brodhead. Mr. and Mrs. David Craig will Mr. Ilert ,nnd Ids their assistance to tho Legion go to housekeeping in one of the rWEAR hecimto of their conviction that the ' Fish's Martin houses on West Main. I.eglon'8 work was Iibno perwhere she on-hiDe-sisix-da- y Tho Colonels didn't score on Ono often hoars tho expression "My child caught a severe- cold Pyne until the sixth inning. 'I lie which developed Into diphtheria" Sox had the gti'tio sewed up 0 to when the truth was that the cold 0 when the ha mo sixth rolled hud simply left the little ono par- - around. Payne eased up a bit ticularly suscontibl . to the wan- - and before he nnd his mates germ. If your could got the Colonels out three '.If.1.1? !ltJi1mri'tm.'tditiimv;imu VHm. li (' riiipili ' Mm ttT.iiiTt.fc' ;:i,mmm)i:''..m!iw.u'v. Sf.t"iffi.'J JLJ'JH r is prevalent you isiiouiil taUu linn til this inning Paynu had allowed than evor. out of school mid keep him olT Ho gave a pass Miss Tevis B thurm will spend the street until fully recovered, only two hits as theiu is a hundred times more and allowed threo hits in the the week end with her parents. danger of his taking dipthlhuria She will have as her guest, Miss when ho lias a cold. When Cham sixth. Messrs Wright and Graham Jane Bowling. berlain's Cough Heme ly is giv en it quickly cures the cold and did the heaving for tho Colonels. Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Youtu: Wright, with Einio Koob came lessens and family spend Sunday with tho or any the danger oi diphtheria to the Colo.iels from the St Louis other germ disease beimr family of B T. Young at their contracted. Browns. Wright toiled live in home near Hiatt. nings. Ho was touched for ATE1LETIC SUPPER A Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish. Billy seven hits and all runs were SUCCESS. Fish, Mr. and Mrs David Cr nig made at his expense. Chicago The box supper, put on by the Herald. and Elizabeth Sparks drove to Athletic Association at. tho Gourt Lancaster Saturday. George is ono of our local boys House on Thursday night was and haa many friends hero who Mrs. L. W Bethurum has quite u success. The Association from Louisville rejoico d,Pnla a ninn who lives in MT.VKKNON wiio can give us a few hours each day, to represent our interests in KOUKCAb I Lb county We sell tho relkll grocery trade. Our line will hardly pay for your entire ti e. but for tho timo given will pay well. This is legslar wotk, and a good chance for somo one to make a little extra! money every month. We sell staple lines only. Me t, Dry Salt.JLard, Butter, Cheese, Oleomargarine, NUCOA NUT UUTTHK, etc. Write at once, WANTED imsfim MAC-CUL- L UM WILLIAMS 'JfoWIXT""'-- - TEXnSBSoiCKY. UuTTngTinriast week announcement hard-workin- g residential and business districts of the city. The drhe for the Legion has won the approval and Mipport of labor people, nnd their newspaper, the Journal m Labor, devoted Its entire front page In Its current Issue to a forceful presentation ofll-cl- of the cause of the Legion. Tho Patriotic League of Kentucky will be born out of the state-wid- e drive. This league will consist of all those who subscribe to the Legion Tumi. Its members will be listed at state headquarters and In the Legion ollice to the end that, In case of an , emergency, the Legion and all Inter ested In 100 per cent Americanism will have the names ot citizens who can be called upon for sen Ice In promoting 1kcIi solicitor Is American Ideals therefore urged to obtain the name and transmit It of each subscriber through Ids county chairman to state headquarters. Membership cards will be delivered at the time the subscription is laken. has been mnde that "reds' are acquiring membership In the Legion In order to find out what Is being done against them. In reply the Legion stated that It had no fear of any such scheme, as It Is believed that radical propaganda can make little headway among Making a last appeal just prior to drive, the opening of the state-wid- e Mr. Ilert, State Chairman, said: "There ought not to be any who Is out of sympathy with the alms and purposes of the Amer ican Legion. All thinking men realize that It Is the bulwark in this nation Ken-tuckl- ugalnst the advance of radicalism and that It has accomplished much to wipe 1 out the Internal evils that are causing j the present unrest. AVe should be , proud to assist thorn In such work: and I hope tbat every peivon will j however ) make some contribution, small, for the advancement of the La- I Elou." FEED EDINGER & COMPANY Corn, Oats, - Hay, Tankage, Cotton Seed Meal LOUISVILLE, KY. I GET OUR PRICES- ui-i- ills-pla- y post-wa- r The Year of 1920 Will be full of history making news. Presidents will be nominated. The high cost of living will be attacked. The prohibition question will be thrashed and other questions of equal interest will be settled. P Coin-inltte- ! voluu-teciln- s ! fected orKaiilzutlon for solicitation of the Legion I'uihI. The campaign they planned will continue through Saturday, April It. underwent a serious operation. No homo will bo complete without the daijy nawspaper which The re.ihons for the ilrlte aro: will keep you intormed on these subjects and abreast with tho ttmes. Misses Norine Barnett and To raise n fund for the American The Athletic Association has Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Jones Legion of Kentucky to cover Its needs Katherine Baugli were guef ts of A daily morning newspaper cm cover these' questions more done some good work in cleanirg aro spending a few days with rel during tho period of organization. Miss Edith Phillips Sunday. To support the Legion In lis light thoroughly, bringing to your door the first complete news of every off the center field at the Mt. atives hero. against nidlcal organizations y giving thing that happens day by day. Miss Fan Sparks has returned Vernon Fair Grounds and promIt financial assistance to continue Its NOTICE. from a visit to friends in New ise some Investigations of such iictlltles. interesting sport for Now is tho time everybody is York, Boston and Providence. To emihlo the Legion to broaden summer mouths. mora or interested in good tho work of Its bureaus for rehabilitamilk cows, milk and butter, and tion nnd to promote of former soldiers, and Its drhe for I am tho solo ngeut for the Americanization of all forelgn-boi"Champion Churn" in Rock- people In tho Mate. Iteallzlng tills situation, some coun- with its army of trained corre.pondonts and complete Associated castle county, having' bought the slate nnd factories agency before the war, I can soil ties in tho already "gone over In Louis- - - Press wires will give you tbo news of your county, of Central Kenlite have the tho churns at tho old time pric , In the drive by sending In their top"- tucky, of the Untud States and or tho World. subThe Herald's delivery sorv'co gives you this information while it six dollars, delivered at Mt. Ver scriptions pi lor to tho days of the non. You can chum with this campaign. Leaders of the Citizens is still nows. churn in from 5 10 10 minutes, Committee tale this to mean a laud-tild- e toward tho Legion. owing to tho condition of tho SPECIAL PRESIDENTIAL OFFER In Louisville about 500 men and milk. women havo been enlisted In tho drive, To expire January i, 1921, by Mail only. I havo some churns on hands tho ljuUL Juflllg to. canvass both the. 1 Daily nnd Sunday Herald now, anybody Mrs D H. Lyon is In Lebanon with her father, who recently Special mTrrairN k Clothes MensandBoys Outfitter UiliJMi JVErnon$. csm-iiIIu- 11 Htnte-wld- o lcs The Lexington Herald All Fresh Groceries at PAT'S is our motto The W. M. POYNTER Place N write mo a complete ofSHarness at Orlando, Ky. J. V. Riddle. Wanted: Fifteen laborors for interested may 2-D- aily 1 & I :a23I3Xi:aZ3Z2Z2X3: SERVICE Pike Road, Mt. Vernon to Liv- !tl"ttnn fnr Inirt UWMW.. Alert otv OlA ...0.,w.. . . 7w Cpainn C good teams. Chas. V. Bradbury, H County Road Engineer. 1 L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians Watches Diamonds in this coupon und mail Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. Kill 3 Herald Blue Grass Fanner ....; at once $5.70 $4.70 $1 .08 Newspaper Mt. Vernon Signal Jewelery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing COMB AND 8KE time R CMKM HHH Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR OAS.TLOLRIA At how la Tbttr 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. Nw Location Gentlemen: Enclosed tind $ for which please enter my name on your subscription list for tho offer No expiring on January i, 1921, Name Town. a. P. D.