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Slafc' FKarw Brodhead News OO QOOOOOO-OOO 3P CKHKHMOHHKK0HK(OK0 NUMBER 33 . fea VflSw Xk. Yours J' J l a S 1'HE DAY IS DONE Come, read to nic some poem, S Mrs. Galon Rogers was with day afternoon liv plaing ,ev Friday -- abn7u7 day. I like bewtifuldazo if I wouldent hafto wirk in a olegarden. I feol tired LI VittgStOFl 6H0K-CCHH-CKKH0 1HWS hsr iifico, Mrs J T Lawrence, of their beautiful pieces. We Friday mid Saturday enioulc to lmvo n twenty piece ba 'd and her home nt Crab Orchard, from ono th it any town should feel O iov.it where she has boon with proud of 1,1s2ja They have signed Some simple nnd heartfelt lay, rotating ii d friends Hugh contracts to furnish music at a 'Flint shall soothe this restless feeling, Mrl'i'o moved Wednesday to th.' number of the county fairs thru-ou- t And bullish the" thoughts of duy. Kentucky nnd they arc well propel ty n Main street, which Such songs have power to quiet lie ptirclnM'd from Hiram Laws prepared to ivndnr a large num- The rcsllcss pulse of care, Mtimut Hunt. of Cnnipton, is ber of beautiful selections and And come like the benediction Jiure to spund the summer witn lot us siv in b half ot the bandy That follows after prayer. his aunt Mrs. W. II, Anderson. lint any (air s'cri'tiry who has Mrs Charlie Brown and little not made arrangeinants lor Mieir And the night slmll he filled with music, Xo hear mmi, Clunks Edward, were in inn ic will rod. And the cares that infest the day Livingston Snturdiy wbh Mr ho.ul Band b fore signing con Shall fold their tents, like the Arabs, Brown whi nccompauied them tracts else whore. This week And as silently stenl away. home and remained over Sunday. closes ono cf the most successLongfellow. Mrs. Brack Durham and child, ful schools in the history of the reu, teturned home after a two Brodhead Graued and High weeks visit with relatives here School. Fveryone is well pleased nndat.Mt Vern.ui Mrs. U D with Mm," work of Loth faculty Martin continues very sick and studonts Commencement Miss Pearl Hicks entertained begins Saturday evening, Mav 8 with "An Overall and Bungalow with tho Eighth Grade play apron pirty'" lust. Friday even "Engaged by Wednesday". Thnrp, of Lebanon, and Mrs. Sam ation the listener had to place ing. The ones present decided Monday evening, drills, marches, Tatum, of Rileys, all of whom at- rubber tubes in his ears, the that it did not due due clothes songs etc., by the pupils oj the Undcd tho burial CAcupt Mr tubes-we- re connected to tho fiss Jo TirsT Second. Third and F urth Hope Tharp who was i liable to phonograph to insu"rs"iibli; rinio "reproducer" by Davis w no has been with her sis- grades; Tuesday evening, Class get here. To the grief stricken rubber pipes. Only a few could ter, Mrs Waller Robins return Day program tor Seniors; Wed- family we commend them to Him "listen in" at same time. ed to her home at Mt Vomon nesday evening, Eighth Grade who is able to take the dark Miss Nina Albright Graduation, Address by Rev. E. cloudthat lungs so heavily over Saturday Mt Vernon's present' jail was has been suffering for sovoral J. 'Torrill; Thursday evening, them and paint thereon the m'ost built in 18S7 at a cost of $8700. days with toothache Miss Ella Freshman play entitled "Her beautifully lined rainbow. In who has been Gloves." Friday evening gradu- the care of Him who clothes tho Belle Newland Uacking at Mnrrowbono came ation of Misses Elizabeth Grave lily of the field and guides tho S. C. Franklin, of- Mt. .Vernor, lit of the bird wo sta'tod his ginseng garden in home Saturday, Sho came by ly, Elizaboth Barnes, Emma Prof wondering-lliway of Louisville where she visit- fitt, Orlie Ponder and Anna Belle leave them. After a short fun i896 Shipped seeds to' various ed Mrs. Etta Brown, Prol. and Smith; Address by Prof. J. W eral service on Frtdiy morning countries, including China. Mrs J. L. Pilkonton and other Ireland, of Frankfort Saturday at tho rosidetico by tho Rev. Cleo relatives and friends. Tom Har- evening, Senior Play, entitled Purvis, of SaU'isa, the remains The first legal hanging to take his bungalow "Son John." A small admis were brought to Brodhead an.l nett has place in Rockcastle wasjiin 1841 in lenry Addition and moved to siou 10 and I5 cts will be charged taken to tho homo of MrsTharps' when Johnathan Davidson was it Wednesday. A gill arrived at on Saturday evening, May 8th sister, .Mrs. I. It. Cass and after executed for stabbineifHeurv c and on Thursday evening, May being by bis many Brod wiu 1101110 01 wiuis uutrseu Langford to death .ohis,fJepts-o- f Ho- - i.V'and Saturday evening, May head frienuu and" relatives was Mt. Vernon. ing nicoley Mr. and Mrs. Al- 15, admission of to and 2s cts taken to Pinoy Grove ceuietry fred Aloxandral, of Wildie, were for Commencement expences. and laid to rest with Masonic Within tlie three years follow here first of tin week with rela Rev. Brazelton, of Stanford, will honors. Those accomiianing'tho lives Kverett Watson was at preach the Baccalaureate Sermon remains here "were: Wm Trotper. ing I877, there were shipped from at the Baptist chutcli, Suud.iy, Will Reynold; , A. 13. C. Dinwid Mt. Vernon to Louisville more homo Suuday from Tennessee. Maygth. A E Albright writes die, Dr. and Mrs I. R Steele, than 400 car loads of taubark and The scl ool election was held the school huildir.g. W from Do Land Florida Unit he ar- Earl Cosby, of Junction Cil.v; sums to Cincinnati. Mr Hud T. Brorks and C. H. Frith were rived safely and is enjoying the Mr. and Mrs. John Crci-selected trustees. J C McClary, beautiful weather to the fulle-- t Mrs. Geoige Vermillion, of Dan In 1885 aud so mo years followville; Mr. and Mrs Sain Tatum, of Stanford was bere a low bouts extent and likes the South fine. Riley.s; Mr. and Mrs. Alson ing first class lumber was sold Saturday on his wa.JoOak Hill In the death of Mr. H L. Tharp of f o. b cars in Rockcastle at $1 where ho piu.clud Saturday at liis home in Junction City on Tharp. of Lebanon, Clias Tharp, p)r hu Hired. Potatoes 50 cents Charlie Wednesday afternoon, Apri. 28 of Campbelisville; Mr. and Mrs night and Sunday nuslul. Ortensjs at home this week with after a four months illue-- of Earl Tharp, of Crestwood, Frank Wo bow in humble Ward, of Lagrange; Mr. and Mis. relatives. Mrs. W. K Carter cancer. Hardin, of Louisville; liail as her guest Saturday, her submission to Him wlio from G 'otge Mt Vernon has had the followcousin, Mr Hicks, fiom Eubanus the crucible of eternity forms Mrs. B. L. Elder, Mrs. L. B. I 111 ing named Joseph ton and little son, James Bulner, Reynold; I850, Col. Richard G. F. F. Robins attended court at our lives. In the richness of living nnd of Stanford. James Mt. Verron Monday. Willhuis; Charle Kirtley; George Devnult was at homo from Louis- in the fullness of usefulness, perSeverance; J. W. Moore; S. L ville Friday. Mrs Frank Rey haps when tho tide of life was at Whitehead; Mrs. M. E. Brown; Reminiscent Corner Joshue Borung; Mrs. Cleo W nolds and baby, wcic in Coibin its highest, death, iiimlontii'g Wednesday and Thursduj. J. death, claimed him, and just as Brown; Mrs Ella Baker; Walter II. Barnett was hero from Shelby "The smallest bark tossed on Rockcastle News Notes B. Smith; Mrs. Anna E. Miller; Hiram Laws was life's tumultous ocean will leave villo Saturday The word Reverend appears Mrs. Cleo W. Brown. Vernon Thursday -- Misses a tract behind for evirmoro," m but onco iii the Bible The.L'lstl ntMt. Rosa Gtntty, Ada Biowii, Ruby the influence of this man is that verse of the 7th chapter of Ezra; Pleasant Valley, (now Cove Cooper and Jo Davis. Dwiglir. of a soul who has c.uught the contains all the lettors of the al- Station), was a coak shipping Bowman and Arthur Cooper were meaning cf the Cross. Mr. Tharp plmbet except J. point i8"2 to '78. clown from Mt. Vernon Fiiday was born in Marion County July 20, 1863. vtliere ho lived until evening to attend tlm Tho making of cedar vessels, party at the about the ago of eighteen, afterBetween the years iSS'iand 93 such us pails, OUCMUlh. homo of Miss Pearl hicks. Mis ward coming to Brodhead where tho writer was sent with tele- Geal Cox to very low. Aunt Je- ho remained until ho went to cubs, piggins graph outfit, to seo bad train mima Middleton is with relatives Boyle county some few years once an impoitant business wiecks that occurred between by numbers of Rockcastle Rowland and Cor'iin and some, and friends at Marotburg. Mr. ago and made his homo in June people. times to points boyoud. J. T. Lawrence it on the s'ck list. lion City whoro ho hold a responLewis Hunt was up from Crab sible position with the L & N. By railro.ds Gunpawdor was manufactured Orchard last week with his aunt. and Southern Tho old Elkin Hotel bull, Mrs. strict application to the laborous for many years at two or more W. H. Anderson. Mrs. which did a half century's serFred Sowdor is suffering with a routiuo of duty, he endeared him. "mills" in or near Mt Vernon. vice, in calling guests to meals, sovcre cold. Mrs W. F.Carter, self to his employers. For a num- One of tlieso establishments was tit that hostelry, has been in poswho undejwent an operational ber of years he has been a mem-be- r operated by James McCall, just session of tho Kirtley and Bragg of tho Christian church whero a little north of U. G. Baker's London thie'e weeks ago camo families for another half cenhe loved to go, and at the limo of Nowcomb A Venue residence. tury, yet retains the sweet tone home Friday apparently well, Messrs. J A Landruni, C 0. his death was deacon of Christian Saltpeter, ono of the ingiediouts it started out with ono hundred Davis, C. D Sutton. Flod Miller, church at Junction City. He used in its make, was secured years ago. This boll is mounted Loguo Cummins, E. S. Albright, was a member of the fraternities from Great Salt Potor Cave and over tho dining room roof of W. of Mt. vernon, wore among the known as Masous, Maccabees and places in Rockcastlo. M. Poynter on East Main street, Masons who officiated in the burial Woodman of the World. Ho was and at times it is used to remind Dr. Byron Indeed a very substantial citizen of of H. L. Thnrp Sixty years ago thousands of "Billy and Davo" that meals are home from Louis-vill- and a kind and devoted husband native hogs and Owens was nt other thousands waiting for them. Medical College first of tho and father, and just at this time from tho bluegrass counties wore week. Jim. Sutton sold his prop- in his life it is hard to under- fattotied in the Rockcostlu The legal card of 0. C. Williams erty to ShaiTor & Roberts. Mr stand why h Khould be taken, yot woods, 011 the mast lias appeared in every issue of will move to we know it u bost, since God Sutton and family (acorns) In those days th Cincinnati. -- A M. lliattand Dr. willed it so. Besides his wifo and citizens raised mnro meat than the Signal since tho beginning of its publication in November 1887 Mrs. Douglas thoy needed and sold bacon Carter wero in Lexington Friday. two daughters, in mors. than 32 years. . Josh Wilson is in Ottawa this Roborls, of Fleming, and Mrs. tho bluegrass Deer, bear and Albright, of Brodhead, 'tiirl-fwwetlc legging . Charlie Sowdor Richard wnrn til i fmmrl In The following delegates at. und son, Edd, were here Tues- and son, Gravely Tharp, ho leaves d numl)ePSt tended tho Democratic State Tho Brod- two brothers, Mr. Hope Tharp, day from Ottawa. in Louisville this week: 000 head Baud, under the instruc- of Wylam, Ala , und Mr, Cbarlio Risso Williams, W. J. Miss Will Cummins, of Maretburg, tion of Prof. Fred Smith, en Tharp, ot Cunipbellsvlllo, r. and brought th,e first phonograph to Sparks, 0. C. Williams, Dr. apprecia three sister?, Mis. George-Votertained a lurge and Mt. Vernon. It hid no horn, Walkor Cvcns, W. A. Cox aud live crowd on MainSt., Satur. mlllionoI Danvillo. Mrs. Alson aud. to hoar tho machluo in opur- - and W. T. Hicks. I do-we- ll Krdft H I Mrs. Maggie Martiu fell over a week ago and serously hurt hor self. She is still in bed but im- proving slowly. Mrs. Kitty Neal fell last Monday aud a badly dis located ankle was the result. We are glad to say shb is slowly im. spring fever & make proving. Wo failed to state in fokss want to wirk. our last latter that Mr. and Mm. come back to our I cant get tho idee. I JohnTaylor have town to caro for tho lattor's hope pa will drink a grand father, Uncle Joe Sam-broo- k bold lot of it & want We are glad to correct a to do all the wirk mistake in our last letter. Being all the timo now only when I can go ma & pa is try ing to get me to drink sassy frass too They say it is to cure . S d 2xr: zxgrzaxzz - t t ixz 000 - 000 000 g rn-Ib&f- vi.-we- -- 000 Sat-utdny- ai , 000 s 000 post-master- s: I 000 i Overall-Bungalow-Apr- 000 000 '". I 000 000 000 o wild-crue- ss 000 Con-voul'o- u they are to do in the garden this misinformed D. C. Ponder is not summer. Washed my teeth oil going to Detroit, but has opened a new coal mine on his placo Saturday ma sent v me to the near town and will deliver coal t emists shop today to see what to all who wish .to buy at $4. 00 cud he do for 1 of my teeth. I per ton. Miss Lillian Lynn, of new what he cud do he wood Stanford, was a pleasant visitor pull it. but I went and ma tuk in our town Friday. Miss Lynn me tD tho doro & then went a is a trained nurse and made shopping which was pa's payday. many friends while here as she I set in there & I was the next 1. recently nursed John Cockrell then a lady cum in & I in sisted through a case of typhoid fever. beleeve J. B Pike has his new store on tako in ladys &' children rs.t as,.tjtiey Ma' a Street about completed and ay when a ship hits a iceburg is sure a nice building. It will Then ma cum to the dcre & ast be for rent soon. Go to Bailey's me Was I reddy & sed yes. She store if you want to be treated sed what did ho do to it. 1 sed nice and your presence appreci- Nvthing I had gave my tern up ated. You will always find a to otheis. She sed yure a gonna nico fresh line of clean get it when wo get home. Did. line of groceries as well as a complete line of dry goodo. The Not only my tooth hurts now. sctiool election went on quietly Sunday pa & ma includeing and wo believe that we will have nicely. me went to see a nother ilittlo babie. Whenever they are a now Sunday School grow. JTbere non last week. Albert Rigsby baby in town they want to go see will bo services the fourth Satur- was in Londay between trains it. Thisstn was a week old & day night on Old Ridge. All wel- Tuesday. Mrs. Hattio Singleton, wile it was biggern my pup was come. Carl Bastin will be homo of near Crab Orchard, is with her of parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sinit cuddent stand up & beg' like Sunday from he does. the young peoplo of Chestnut gleton, this week. X-sMonday thoy was a chirch Ridge enjoyed a trip to the, cauo Sunday afternoon. HOORAY! THE RED WAGONS farnly tuk wedding tonito & ate ARE COMING. g Those composing the party were: me to see it so I cud lern Gladys Owens, As the bride and her op Misses Nora and The down town billboards and ponent walked in a yung womau Cleo, Pearl and Helen Cummins, deadwalls are proclaiming with sung a song to them, pa sed to Lena. Zona and Rissie Lovell. all the eloquence of tho pictorial ma What is that song, she reply-e- Messrs. Sherman and Dclbert art that Sangers Greater Euro-pea- n & sed It is called Because, pa Lovell, Bob, Tulla. Oscar and Shows will visit Mt. Vernon Ow-n- s, Bob Fields, John sed Huh this wont be the last Tilman Tuesday, May 18. Tho announce timo he hears that wird beleeve and Barrett Cummins, Leonard ment is hailed with delight by A me. Getting marryed is lots Lovell and Arthur Hansel. the juvenile element while some delightful time was reported. of tho ''older boys" are looking easier than 1 thot. All you do Sun- is to hold bans & let tho preech. Don't forget to come to about for their stray nephews Misses Lena and nieces, saying they will pro day School. er do all the wirlc then you kiss Maymio Drew spent r a nother & yure marred for as Smith and bably ihai'e to go and carry tho long as you wanta bo. It is very Sunday at Cove Earl Fields was children to sec the animals. But with his brother, Hobart, Sunday. deep down in their hearts they solim. Bob Childress loft Monday for Tuesday Pa got a letter from Ravenna where ho bas a position. know they would not miss the big show if there were not a, a store whero ma bys close. He Mrs. Hobart Fields was with small boy within a thousand milei calls it his monthly financhul let- - her sister, Mrs. Geo. Lovell Sun of Mt. Vernon on show day. ter. day. Misses Oma Collins, Sallio Although the Great Sanger Anderson and Nellie Pigg, i of Show is one of tho oldest and Wednesday Teechor was tho wird Chagrin (I Livingston, visited Mr. and Mrs. most favorable known of all in. Owens Saturday and Sun "white '.ops" attractions, tho big looked in the dicksbunary to Tony.Dat- - day. spell it) and ast little show is visiting this section of lillo to make a sentence with it tho state for tho first time. The in. Tony sed I meeta bice little show will come here from Leba-no- u girl on da street, I smile to her aboaid its own special train and Chagrin. of railroad cars. Many new and Thursday-Wash- ed teeth again. novel features are apart of this Tho family of Mrs. Ollio Frith season's program. Among them Miss Addio Phil havo mumps Berry family of aero-batlips Is tho truest of Mrs Jess being the Siegrist-Silbo- n troupe tho Lear this weeic Mrs. Win. of daring intrepid aenalists; tho continues very sick. W. S. Silverton trio, dancers on a lofty Boyd and Master Estollo and home- double wire; tho Nilsou family, Adon Owens is with Cecil, of Corbin, wero with relagymnasts; the Aeriul Christo-sen- s for a few days Mr, and folks tives hero Saturday and Sunday. aud the St. Leons. In Mrs. Ben Hasty are visiting rela Mrs. Elsie Adams is quite there will be seen Prof. tives hero. J. L. uunocir, 01 sick. James Lucus has gone to , was a guest of Miss Santrers collection of educated London to spent several days with Mao Rush Suuday afternoon. Shetland ponies, monkoys and friends and relatives. Mrs Will dogs. Eugono Smith is leaving fot Kincor has beeu quite sick for Thore will be two performances Cincinnati. Mrs A. L. Owens some time. Mr. Hall was heio at i.' and 8 p. in., the doors open- aud childron wero guest of Mrs. Miss from Lancaster Sunduy. Jocel ing an hour earllor to permit a H, L. Owens Saturday. wm. cpIK.m flf uie ei-uar Bnd oporatic Laura Lovell was a guest of Miss Mcuary speiu iley ' V relatives imisi(. ,,y p,.of. i,Ved Melvln and Misses Mao Rash last week. Sargent has' as. band A downtown miI Nora, Gladys and Myrtle Owens has mumps.-Chmoved to his residence which hoi givon at noon wi, and Nancy Morris .attended Sophia completed.-M- iss folloWca by a seties of free oxhl- Pino Hill Saturday has just church at Tanr cnnllf CPMt-!l- - (I.1VS Ifl lrf)(l-. . bitioiis on the grounds. night. Mrs. M J. Thoraason is AUl I'.W M.YVihead last week with friends. ot homo after visiting relatives M. Boyd is numbered Mi- - Alu Ailunx: nnt of tills at Hopewell. Mrs. H. .L. Owens Mrs. W. sick.-M- rs. Learlc ,s vQry Mrs. George with tho cUizens dled spent Sunday with Lovell. Miss Gladys Owens vis after spending the winter with lU,)is,imae horo Tnesday. Mr. . . . -- ..ffftrlnif for ited Miss Nancy Morris Monday. hor son, Jess Lear has moved um. back to her homo woog wltl, ,moomonja. Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs . 3l,.av.UukAmbroa Hasty Is Improving- .- iwr 01 mo gumbih thought that he would Mrs.C.C. Cumruins has liau atenaeu cuun m m. " """";""'' recover until a sudden change W 111. Carson, of Brod- He was vory serious attack of throat day.- - Mr. mQ ahQM SmuUv 'head, is hero this weok beautiry.'bora uml mlsell uear ,1,14 town trouble. Rev. H. L. Owens was at Cove Sunday evening. Thore i,,g tho home of Mrs. Laura ' und is survjvea by a wife and was Sunday School on Old Chest Lear with a now coat of paint. lour citUUruu: Mrs. Ben Purcell, nut K'dgo Suuday buton account Mr. and Mrs. Mucky Saylor and of tt)s city. Mrs, victor Frauds-o- l the weather, very few wero(Mr. and Mrs. Sigmon wore in c0( of ubajon Junction; Will ' present. Couio on overv body Livingston tho last of tho week. and Roscoe Adams who are at aud have our -- Chas. Sargeut was lu Mt. Vor- - homo, two brothers und a sister. lets get interested she-sUu- my-tc- rn. t te school this year. The weather still continues cool and rainy nnd it seems as if summer is not coming at all. From all in dications there is going to be a wedding in our town soon, tint we can't be too personal. The Juniors of Livingston Council No. 107 will meet at their Hall on Sunday, May 30 and march to the gravo t f Cam Mullins; then to the grave of Tom Bonds of Gaul-ethen to the grave of Henry Clark; then to to the Bales graveyard, decorating each grave and die Daughters of America will join us at the latter place whero dinner will be served and after dinner there will bo services by two or more ministers. We would bo glad to see all the members of Livingston Council present and also Brothers of other Councils nre cordially invited to attend. Wo will meet Sunday moruiug at8 pclock. Remember the date nnd afso the time, May 30, at 8 o'clock' in tho morning at our Hall. Go to Davis' piaco for ico cream, fruits and candies. Mullins & Quipn have just reline ceived a new and of range stoves which will be sold at right prices. Seo them before buying elsewhere Work on the Dizio Highway is progressing a good y; te Ohio.--Sever- Do-vau- lt a: sum-thin- d HIATT NEWS Fu-gett- e s; BURR NEWS n Hans-ford- u , hero.-Huu- "'sf -- ". t J-- horo.-A.n- - ! Vff'jSsinDTUxiiKn jj;ihip mef ivi Mi' 'tmwui umjmj mDj ri'i,uiunmni'iinj"r',-""'- i nm u wi ' mjr aMr.'uM''V"ig'wa taw ivzassaszsai&sasaaazaassaica&Brz ,:.LVAT10N ARMY : , Adjutant N PRISON WORK Thompson Works In Reformatories James Army Prisoners THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, with electric and lighting system and demountable rims with tires front and rear, for every day in the year has no equal as a family car. Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large, roomy seats, finclyupholstcred, plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather self-startich fit f'rankfort and Eddyvllle. .1 closed car, dust-proand rainproof. It is not only comfortable, but really cozy, and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and has all the Ford merits of it becomes of strength and durability. &$, Lij, Sold By BRYAMT BROS. M 4 Vulcan and Oliver PLOWS Get yours" while present stock lasts -- - One of tlio most Important departments of work conducted by tlic S.tl utlon Army In Kentucky la tlint of Aitjt. .limit's TlioMipxon mimnjr the men mill women In the Mute penal Institutions. Ailjt. Thompson 1ms been 111 jt'lmrRo of the Siihutlon Army corpi at I'nml.fort nml In connection with lil.s lnhor.s linsi worked ninonc tlie In-- 1 mutes of tlie I'rnnljfort Iteformiitory nml the stnte prison nt IMtlyvlllc. ( J rent iittentlon li:is lieen paid to the "llrlchter Day Lengiie," n national oriiiilatlon of men and women prisoners fostered hy tho .Salvation Army. Kncli member who Joins the League I Rhcu n button to wear and a certlll-rat- e of membership to TinnR on the wiill of his cell. There are more than fiOO members of the Hrlchter Day Lens'ie la the Frankfort Reformatory hihI about .'100 In Kddyllle. Ailjt. Thompson conduct a lllhle clns contest twice n year In the two prisons, contlntiliiR from six to eight week". Kach contestant must stand e mid repeat from memory many of Scripture. There Is keen rivalry among the contestants. Kery Sunday the Adjutant (.ponds many hours Inside the prison walls, as well ns on week days when his services can be utilized. A prominent feature of Ailjt. Thompson's work Is the care of needy families of prisoners w ho go to Frankfort to visit their relathcs Inside the prison walls or who seek to see the governor on pardon matters. Men, women nnd children often land In Frankfort. knowing no one mid with little or no money. The welcome door of the Salvation Army Kmergency Home Is always open. The visitors are fed nnd given lodging and a ticket home. This Is a part of the work funds for which are to he lO "0. I pas-ncRilsod-Sfcty-- Fojfthem, and leave you to be the Judge have taimamm Em& W . itur Mvm.. liM wJ. uimo rubi ktsi'w vz' j We GrAIS jPe ople Tlie KET -- atrgacowM Kancca Pilgrim Coffee 101 $0.25 oO b. H:iSs $2 (..ifi-- Brown Beauty su-i'- i cut 48 15 Can Corn .15 Can Peas 31b. can Tomatoes .18 . Meat .25 .92 Meal Lenox and Day Light Soap None Meter P&GSoap, 3 for .25 .05 .10 31b. can Hominy .13 Kraut 1 J5 gal. bucket Syrup .85 .23 Sweet Potatoes 31b. can Apples .23 1 gal. can Apples .65 Campbell's Soups . 1 3 Palm Olive Soap Plenty of fishing tackle, that is the tackle with which to tackle the bigonej;. Soft Drinks, Fresh Fruits and Candies' ARMY THEM. GOODS LOTS OF Overalls and Jumpers Shoes Hats Blankets Overcoats Khaki and O.D. WE HAVE: Shirts Leggins Underwear suits This is one way to combat the high1 cost of living:. ioods and Save The Difference " Buy! these " - Campbell Corn Drills "RED STAR" BOOTH GIRL AT HOSPITAL the Pflppskoof II IInoini w 119 I I SeEnllaSn V. Set them while thsy last. lii You wont always have Stove With OVEN il ONLY Qt ttsV I Declares Her Life Was Saved at Salvation Army Memorial Hospital in Covington. Not long ago a Louisville young woman was given up for dead by prominent phjslcians. They pronounced It cancer. Through the Salvation Army this joting woman was taken to tl.u Booth Memorial Hospital at Covington, conducted by the SaUatlon Army. For more than two hours leading surgeons of Covington and Cincinnati operated on this joun woman while her faithful friend of the Salvation Arm corps stood by to win her back to consciousness. Today this young woman Is allvw nnd well nnd holds a fine position in a Cincinnati nfllce. She declares that Rhe owes her life to Ilooth Memorial Hospital, the surgeons and the faithful workeis. One object for which the Salvation Army'i Home Service Appeal In Kentucky, May 10 to 20, Is to be conducted Is to raise money for an extension to this hospital so badly needed. In every part of the state are Justified In giving to this fund because all Kentuckluns are welcomed to Booth Memorial Hospital whether they have money or not. No person Is turned away oil account of a luck of funds. Booth Memorial Hospital holds tho record of caring for more cbnrlty patients than any other hospital in the United States. A training school Is a part of the hospital work, and during the inllueuzu epidemic many Salvation Army nurses were sent out Into various sections of Kentucky nnd rendered valuable service. Ibi Ul !?U T. 0, Welch, if I Grocery Co., Inc. Ltc il JDirectors. B. H. T. Amx, HiLLARD, Local Manager. C. A. Bluuford, 00 LIVINGSTON, - - KENTUCKY. PWh wagrafTT Oh jr.iuy COX a. 'sy; - t jry 8: r H XeOBalT irimir &artjzT&'rrimx3mMZ3nrK?imjL'i omwiaaimTr snmttm r y ggjjl M ffl Ml ! 1 N auto Your Smaller Car rw With Go oayear ures u ,4t S--Z ! H s ' MEATS LUNCHES CONFECTIONERY Ji VTBIMrfl.i ,1 N If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or any other car using 30x3-- , 30x312-- , or 3 tires, you can well take advantage of the high relative value built into all Good1x4-inc- h o fey m KX If 1 AMERICAN LEGION ARMY Ul- - &KK$$&aEL' TO SALVATION gtxrc&K2;!ig$KHa s m Kentucky Department Commander ric Bell in Strong Letter to All Legion Members. Once You Try J Then You Always Buyg at 0 SHOP aome and sse a EAP3L, QOK, Prop. B &Tar.cwz,mQmLimMm'mS v.i? ;&; tcfrx W. ,. GROCERY AND HARNESS I s i i Ulrlc Bell, department commander of the Amerloiii l.eglou, of Kentucky, of the Salvation Army, said: "It will not be necessary for tint Legion to say to the former soldier that the Salvation Army Is a good thing and deserves blipport. It Is already well known tliut 'Johnny Buck' bus learned to respect the 'Sally Aim' under u stress that has tried the souls of both. Soldiers of the Sulva-lio- n Army shaied In common, during the lute war, the same risks und dangers faced by those who now make up the American lcgIon. It Is the liopo of the State Department of the l.eglou that the Salvation Army will meet with great success In Its work and the con-- I vlctlon that 120 units of the American Legion In Kentucky wilt stand shoulder to shoulder with the Army In ull lood things." The Salvation Army's Home Service Appeal U May Aim-rlci10-U- In a rccnt endoibeincnt mill SSl 30x3'4 Fabric, ! year Tires. You can well do so because you can secure in the smaller Goodyear Tires the results of such skill and care as have made Goodyear Tires the preferred equipment on the highest priced automobiles of the day. You can well do so because these smaller Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of approximately 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low "or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many other local owners of the smaller cars. fr K:m Double-Cur- e w s I, - iin r - - 30x314 Goodyear Fabric, Goodyear d Tread Single-Cure Anti-Skl- Tread &) All SO LJ L i en Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube, are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a cood casing cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube, cost littlewith a than tube, of les. merit. 30x32 she In waterproof more $50 I "Nothing Scares the Devil ih BIG BASS BRUM." said CoL John L. May, 62d Jofantry, A. E. F. 'lit Coloocl knew, and the 180)0000 peiwat who attend THE SALVATION ARMY open-ai- r mtcliap each year kaow il it liut. ill. L. BETHURUA Plin.,.!. (....,. & J ; ATICUNKV AT LAW MT VKltNON HV Will in ull tit cunr.o MfT.'awi. an 'v Money without question If HUNT'S fulvt f.lli In Hit t'.ntr-en- t of ITCH. ECZEMA. KINuWOKM, TKTTUK or Oilier (Irhlr. .Llr HI...... Try a 71 cnX boa at cur lUk.' lc WILL THE DRUMMING CO ON ? .cvasao. yjxgipc Pioneer Drug Store m Tha Salvalioa Army SOLD BY Hoot May Service Appeal 10-2- 0. BRYANT BROS, 1920 SUPPLEMENT rtMMERM(,t DUND and Our Good PRINTING Will SaveYbu Money ilntfiif VOL XXXIII MT. VERNON, Qffi FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM rem Hipil FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920 NUMBER 33 . (jhe YOU Salvationists MENtnJ WOMEN At Jlamtut to9 GJ to Amm X -- Heed Their CaU h 1 Aim, in 1920 Amy Q) Tlin it The Sctvalwi Hon Swvie AmI 1920 ' Uf 10-2- 0. lj COURT NEWS VIntf tol-- Monday wftft-Judg- p. nf iha Pnlric. Court opened" here !ethjj;tujt tt.nmnT V?Ut. ", ji ... ii v H - - t . A to umoa clear-voice- d Jr.,. B v - !inft " trfiSttfiitt.O?tr ,.. .;.r'-.- .' vtfrtwe.": Columbia Grafonola Price $120.00 Grafonola you will be proud to Own pin ill their usual places. Judge uuuiurum aenvereu a cnarge to tho Grand Jury to oppress tbo lawlessness and especially tho ivhictrv hficinfkcc in fliie pnnntu The grand jury is composed of me louowing men: joe Noo hr., Foreman, G. M. Cummins, Rubin Baker, J. C. Mize, A E. Cox, W. H.jrlrowii, S. A. Drew, David Hysiu1;or, Tom Durham, Henry Mink. Jonas McKenzie and Drew T HIS imposing, Columbia Grafonola is place in the most beautiful home. Its artistic design and satiny finish will harmonize The range and power vorthy'ofa Harper. The Petit Jurors are: W. M. MsHargue, W. N. Thompson, Walter Brock, ,. V. Owens, John Coffey, Jame 'Proctor, Joe Hines, W. D. Levisay, W. D. Owens,.W R. Arnold'K. L. Skidmore.M.F. Craig, J. G. Orton, C. R. Payne, D. Cummins, David Bryant, J. J. Bullock, G. M. Sigmon. J. J. Brown, Conloy Halo, W. M. Per- ciful, Mac McNew, C. C. Joaes, W. T. French, Win Sams, James Brocb, W. C. Burdette, Green Noe, S. S. Dailey, and Booth -' V with the finest fabrics and handsomest furniture. everything in their homes. of its sweet, sonorous tone will do justice to the best of operatic records. This is the Grafonola we sell to families who want only the best of The price of this Grafonola is, of course, somewhat higher than that of thers we sell. Yet at $12000 this splendid instrument represents a big musical value for the money. The purchase" is usually a lifetime invest- Purcoll. Tho 'following 'Commonwealth cases are reported as being dis posed of Up to the time of going to press: Reed Proctor confessed to unlawfully obtaining a hog from Alvin Reynolds a short time ago and was fined $50; George Renner was tried and drew a tine of IS100 for maliciously cut' ment, and in buch a purchase genuine quality is always the truest economy. It is like buying sterling silver, mahogany farnituio .or oriental rugs. Such thin gs cost more in tho beginning hut less in the end. And then thoro is a real satisfaction in owning nuything of ' universally recognized quality. Wo should like to linvo you hear this haniliomo, clcartoncd Grafonola play your favoiite music. Wo shall bo glad to arrange for a private recital at any timo. ting Cofus Doan last fall when ho came homo and found Doan in his home. The case of Boyd Kelly, of Harlan County was continued. Civil cases start today. m Convenient terms may be arranged, and we shall be glad to advise you regarding the disposal of your present phonograph. Sutton Vernon M.t PERSONALS Elmer Hopkins was down from Corbln Sunday. Edward Isaacs was hero from Woodstock this week. Robert Davis wus homo from Corbln during the weok. Alfred Bryant Is continod to Ills room with a bad arm. Mr. Granville Leeco, from near Brodhead, was in town Thursday . o & McBee Kentucky W. H. Brown and J. M. Craig, of Lancaster, were here Monday, Tho caso of Boyd Kelly, of Harlan County, was continued until next term, bometh ng like seventy five witnesses were hero Tuesday and Wednesday. Tho Kentucky conference of Social Work will meet next October in Danville, according to tho plans for the meeting made at a luncheon meeting of the executive committee, ot tho held Monday in Louisville. Dr. W. A. Ganlleld, Presi-deof tho Conference, presided Among the sections arranged for were ifainily Welfare, Child Welfare, Race Relations, Rural Recreation, tho Development, Church and Social Work and State Institut'ous Thoro will also bo special papers of interest to those working with conditions existing in tho mjuutahu of Kentucky and also on the mining sections of tho State. Con-ferennt A. P. LoMaster, Mack Martin W. H. Livesay received tbo EnDr. W. E. MoWilliams is hero from Stauford today attending tered Apprentice degree in Ash-lan- d rind Sam Mullius, of Livingston, atteuded Lodge at Masonlo Hall lodge Mo'nday night. court. , Sarah Maret is spending a on Tuesday night. Mrs. Roy Owens loft Monday for Lodi, Ohio to work in the oil few dajs with her uuughtor, Mrs. Dr. W. J. Childress and wi.fo Henry Uatron at Crab Orchard. fields. wore over from Hbustonville this F. K. Miller went to Middles-borW H. Fish was mudo a Mastor week to seo Mrs. Arthur Dailoy, Tuesday night to attend a Muson at a called meeting of who remains very sick. Bankers' meeting. Ashland Lodge on Tuesday night. Rev. II. J. Brazelton, pastor of Dr. D. B. Southard was here Lindsuy Blnntoti.of Richmond, the Stanford Christian Church this week enrouto to visit, bis drove a Chevrolet car from will preach tho Baccalaureate mother on Hast Fork of Skoggs Flint, Mich, to Richmond In sermon for the Brodhead High Creek. thirty hours. School next Monday morning. rs. A. E. Proctor is numbered with the sick. Mr. and Mrs.W. A. MoKenzlo Tho condition of Mrs. R. A. wont to Cincinnati Tuesday uight Dailey, who has boon at the point and dr.oye back in a now car of death for sovorul days, does Wednesday. They wero accom- not seem to be improved. panied back by Miss Aultman. Mr Kelly, of Lebanon, father Miss floleo Aultmau, music of Mrs. D. 11. Lyon,v died Sunday teacher at Langdon Memorial night after a long illuoss. Mrs. School, will presenl her pupils in Lyon has been with her fattier two recitals May 2th and 15th at for soma weeks and Mr. Lyon ha Langdon School Chapel. All aro been there much of the timo for M cordially invited, several weeks, Mt.Vkunon, Kv, SIGNAL Mny 7, 11)20 AIT. V KKX (I WHY BE DULL AND LANGUID THIS SPRING? 5pnng l"cvtr' IsNn'urnl. Bui flol Necessary It's Due to Slugged Blood KELT TEn-IN- 79 tip MNn. 7QM wiien wiint toCotnmuhl an wjtll HKINAI, 7i CASH COUNTS HERE It Gets More Goods. lOUISVIllt wSr & Try YOUR HAPPIEST NHVIUC n. n. CD. Dollar, Watch it Pull. It A Purify and Toue Up Your Diced With That famous Tonic, Pepto- Mangan TIMK TABLE. Gets Better Goods - nortfl 21 VS 0 18 p in " uortu south- - 8:35310 12:33 p ni 12:45 a m '11 South Phone No. 8. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Kntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoBtolic mull matter. as tecond-rina- s LOCALS Rev Charley Cox at Buckeye on Sunday raorni.-g- , May 9 th. Our neighboring County of Lincoln hus 523 automobiles mid 47 trucks. Mr. Abe Minks, a former Rockcastle man, died at his home at MortlanJ a few days ago. will preach unable to do any to concentrate, 10 take any interest in things, during the .voiiderful Spring days ? Do you feel jist useless an "no account" Nothing is really the matter, xcept that, as happens every Sptirg, your blood is rloggcd it is sluggish with poisons from its loiiy Winter fight. In time, your blood will will Do you seem - Frankly, we want your trade And, frankly, we are making it to your, personal interest to give us that trade. If a strong combination of quality goods, prompt service and reasonableness in price will appeal to your good judgment, we should get HON. RICHARD P. ERNST. ERNST ENTERS KnoxVrile, Tenn , ieilTlhe Kook ' castle Garage Friday morning CANDIDATE NOTED FOR in tho heavy rain. EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK JOIt AMD Covington, Kentucky, May 7th, 1920 For some time past it has been listless pe p'e. friends throughout the State that 1 would be u candidate for the Republican uoniinaoion for United States Senator. I now desire to make public announcement of that fact. I keenly the responsibility and iinpoitance of this high position, and, in the event of my election, I will give to the duties of this office the best there is in me and will represent the people of Kentucky and of the United States to the best of my abillity. I desire, also, to take advantage of this opportunity to express my sincere thanks to the many Repub licans throughout the State who have, without solicitation on m part, so kindly and generously offered me their support. RICHARD P. ERNST app-eciate probably Adjust itself. Hut meanwhile you fret and worry, feel unhappy and accomplish notli-nWhy do it, when it is easy to clear up your blood by tuning for a whilt? For ii thirty years, doctors have been recommending this effective and totij to purify and igreeublo build up the blood of Pupto-Mtinguruu-d.w- your trade. g. Cold type in an advertisment is not nearly so convincing as an mm;m'im wj-f- t actual test in making a purchase from us. Therefore we invite you to make a purchase test. We will rest our chances of future business on your verdict. EL J9F yl I Ij LJJ I WtmfttlSfMf ft -W Pish sells O'Bryan Overalls in Mt Vernon. EDUCATOR The Brodhcad Graded and High School entertainment stats tomorrow night and continues Ardent Supporter of Movement during the week. To Wipe Out Illiteracy Dr. G. T. Payne will be at h!s office over Langford restaurant It Is hardly necessary to Introduce for two weeks yet to do dental ISIchnrd P. Ernst, whose for the United States Senate has Just work, all work (ruurunteed. been nnnoiinced, to the uvenixe T LEADER cHor, and spring in your step Be vigorous, lupyy. rrd bloodtd let a bottle of Pepli .Man gnu to. day. Tho nearest druggist has it, and either liquid i r tab'et form, just as you prefer. There's no difference ic medicinal value, tiut be sure you get the IVpto Maiuau Ask for it bv that mine 'Glide s and bo sure the full name is on the package, Advertisement. 111 -genu-ineCJud- 45feySpecial Fish's SSj M l THE ONE-PKIO- CASH STORE . Ills name has appeared throughout the state In connection with charitable movements, war campaigns, church and missionary work and drive to aid the schools and school teachers, espehelp Chan Up? Your neighbors cially In the mountain districts. His charitable work, ureresslvennss will be there and will expect and prosrcsslvcness In chic moveyou. ments and personal popularity hae made him one of (he nio.st generally Next Thursday, lUth is Clean udialreil men In Northern Kentucky. Ills extensive work In the Interests Up Day at El in wood Cemetry Its and it is hoped all the folks will of his state and.Mr. people begun Immediately upon trust's Krudiiutlon bo with us that day and help us from the famous Old Centre College, get the bushes cleaned from the Danville, where he was valedictorian of his class. graves. Admitted to Bar. lie was admitted to the bar In KenRev. E. L. Mitchell, of Borgin, Ky., Is assisting Rev. D. A. Webb ton county sifter examination by Senator John W. Stevenson and Judge in a series of meetings. Rev lllllllll It Acfllll. 0.11I ijIiiiiii t.m ' ' i,ml C,"C m"Ul Mitchell just closed a successful V, , t, . 1 tueoting at Brodhead. 1":i?rfslvJ",s "ml suc- - It is better to buy shoes ut Fish's than to wish ouhad. Will you beat lilmwood Cem etry nrxt Tlmitrnj mrrnirg to WILLAILL NE WS. A FEED EDINGER Corn, Oats, Hay, Tankage, -.! Cotton Seed Meal LOUISVILLE, & KY. GET OUR PRICES & COMPANY ,,,, . v ,,. .. I ' (u in nillir I (III iltlKII III? J US Monday week is County Court directed his efforts. and Stock Sales Day. Every (lancing over the long list of his farmer in Rockcastle should at- nctlvltles one can bee that he contin- 1 itI, ' f ...'"l tend tho Farmers Meeting to be held at the Court House Unit day Lets have an attendance of 500 at this meetings Npxt Sunday is Mothers Day-movement has been started to wear a small American fhy in your coat instead of the usual white carnation since tho price of carnations has gono skyward. Everyone should honor mother whether she may bo dead or living that day. Tho following young folks loft for Paris this morning to attond tho Stuto Christum Eideavor Convention in that city: Misses Sproule, Aultmau, Gibson, Lillian Griilln, Louiso Luudrum, Julia Land rum, Loreue Mullins, Dussie Nicoioy, Ruby Cooper, Dorothy and LuHIIk Albright, Mary Elia both Fee and Gladys Middloton Messrs. Julian Miller, A Luer Cooler, jack Crawford, and Bernard Franklin. Mens and Hoys light underwear lightly priced at Fish's iu Mt. Vernon. AGENTS WANTED AVastkd: Man Will) team or auto who can give bond to sell I37 Watkins home and farm pro. ducts. Biggest concern of kind in world. $ 15oo to $5000 yearly income. Territory in this county In the ri'Kulnr army, open. Write today. J. K. Wat. iinnlbtlco wus slimed. Ho kins Co., Dept. 112 Wiuonu, Minn teed the unuy us a prlvute Mexican trouble and later nSronlVKrarii: lty ually hus enlisted himself in movements in which he could accomplish best results for the people. As trustee and a member of the Committee of Old Centre College, Kcntmky State Unh entity at Lexington, and of 1'ikevllle College, his excellent advice and assistance Id matters of importance have been extremely benctlclal to the students. Wars On Illiteracy. Ilecently he lias taken a deep Interest In the campaign teachers are waging for Increased salaries and has been taking ncthe steps to secure better pay both for the teachers of the stale and for the professors Iu our colleges uud universities. The mountain schools especially appeal to him uud be has been 1111 urdeut supporter of the movement to wipe out Illiteracy Klrl. and to offer residents of the mountain It was through Mr. Krnst's Instrudistricts better facilities for education. mentality that the Covington IndusMr. Krust's continuous help lias Club was developed and through been rcceUed by the churches of tho trial his efforts that the campaign to erect state, regardless of denomination. Ho a magnificent hetidipiurlers for this reIs an elder and succeeded his father markable civic ort'uulzutlou was sucas superintendent of the Sunday-schoo- l, cessful. their terms of service covering a period of nearly bO years. IIu CARD OF THANKS. hus been looking after educational und Wu wish 10 express our sincere missionary work In the mountains, as chairman of the State Committee of thanks to friend, and his church, and has succeeded In more neighbors for tho many acts of doubling the amount heretofore tban kindnefs and sympathy extendi d ghen for this purpose. And his work does not end there, us during the sickno.'s and death Ho Is president of tho Covington V. f Ur UUlr liUSUaiid mid atller, M. C. A. and u member of Hie Nation- - '" ' ul War Council. As head of tho Y. Henry L. Tharp, oho for tho M. C. A. lie lias lici'ii mainly Instrii- - many b.autifu) floral rlTorings. lllt'lltlll III ITCClllIK oiu of tlio most WlI'M AND CUIU)K!!N. complete and modern liulldltius to bo found. Foil Sami: My farm of 7O Sen In Active Service. acres for sale 2 miles from.Brod- Ho whs In every form of war work und guve continuously of tils 'head, 3 J tales from Mt. Vernon. time, Ubor and money, whenever on Uoone Highway. New house, in-tu- ln examinations at Washington, winning Mr. Krnst's second lieutenancy. spent from Friday until Sunday John I. D.nrmill, of volunteered as a private ut'd with Mrs. Sarah McCulI at also was In active service ut the front. Mrs. Sarah Logsdou, of His wide and extensile business and Bridgepoit, Ind , is with her par-entprofessional experiences, as counsellor ami advisor to many large fliiaudal Mr and Mrs. H.N. Dunney. and manufacturing concerns, has been Mrs. Jennie Thompson is on of unlimited value to lib. state and Mr. and Mrs. O. M. community, as he has been called upon tho sick list' many tln.es to give advice ul.cn mat. Ping and Utile daughter, Alene, big tnoment were being co..,ll and Mrs. ters W. M. Owens and cl ered weiu guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Krnst's record of service Iu the Ilcpubllcun party Is. a long one. Nannie Vanliook, of Ocala SunGood Republican Record. day. Mi'ss Lena Thompson is Iteglnning as Councilman Iu Coving- visiting her grandparents, Mr. ton, he wns kept In otUce by members and Mrs. Freeland Osborn, Hear of both parties until he Insisted 011 retiring. For many years he was on the Ciarence. Clatence Herriu enter- State Central Committee und for four mined a few of lis friends Saturyears served us Its chnliimin. He has Tho-- e present were: represented his district a number of day evening Thompson and times ut Nutluuul Conventions und ulso Visses Giv.ce has been one of the "HI;; Knur" from Dorothy Owens, Messrs Delbett 'his state. It was he, who, while statu Maurico Homer and chairmen, established state hiudipiur-ter- s Hicks, at Louisville, since continuously Thompson. Maurice Brown was maintained hy the party. lie also has in Mt. Vernon Tuesdays-Claren- ce been u liberal lluai'clal supporter of the Horrin calltd to seo his best parly during all three years and one girl, Miss Maggie Brown, Saturof its wise (ounsellors. Mr. Krnst's father was William day Docia Mrs afternoon. Ernst, a banker at Lexington, subseHis mother was Smith remains very sick. quently Covington. Sarah A. llutler, u Jessamine county '1 Mar-elburg Mr. and Mrs. Chat lie Thomp son and children, stent Saturday night and Sunday with their cousin, Mrs. Leonard Osbom at Clarence. Mrs. J. J. Cummins Mrs. Sallie Craig is very sick THE LEIWOX OIL PAINT OF CO. REFINKRS AND KANUFACTUBEBS High Grade Lubricating Oils, And Prepared Paints Greases CLEVELAND, 0. J. F.STANDLEY, SALESMAN Livingston, Ky. FokSalb: I - -- have a two horse, Organized Unselfishness In a nulihell Uut't ihc genius of ! ild-re- n, riding Avery cultivator, as good as new, that I will sell at a bar- ABOUT RHEUMATISM. Peoplo uro learning that it is only waste of time and monoy uiternaly for 10 take medicine chronic at d muscular rheuma out tism, and about ninety-ninof a hundred casts aro one or the other of these varieties. All that U really necossary to afford re. lief is to apply Oliimbcrlain's Liuimont freely. Try it It cons but 30 cents per bottle. Largo size (50 ceuts. e C. D. Sutton. 'Chairman W. H. Fish, Secretary of tho and Cor. Homo Service-Appea-l for this county, wore- in bin yesterday to attend a district conference of county worlters. of wuror. can be piped This appeal is to be mado from when tho to llOUSU. a May 10th to 20th, starting uext had en- THOMPSON, during the Cruu urcuuiu, Kv Monday. passed hla . K.K.NO.U. l gain if sold at on re. Arch Hayos, H rod head, Ky. SENIORS PUT ON GOOD PLAY The Tho threo act Comedy, "And Home Came Ted",givon bv tho Read lor any emergency call upon them, Senior Class, in the High School battling ccateleuly agaiatt every form of chapel, Thursday night, was one the Salvaniiery, muforluoe and diitreu, tionist ailc only that they be given the of tho best Hone Talent plays fund with which to aerve humanity for another year. eiei given in Mt. Vernon. Each part was well acted. Much real talent was displnyed, talent more The Salvation Array outstanding than that found in Home Service Appeal High bchool circles. 1920 Afoji The Mt. Vernon Alumni Ban quet will be given May 14 at Masonic Hall. No more ticlcet will be sold after May 9 to DO YOU.I BEST. Alumni, Kvoryono should do all ho can nrwl CftlmalGraded School Faculty Xknn unrl Hmm anIh to provide for his family and in thls ,s tho first time Alunm As order to do this he must keep his Banquet of the Mt Vernon High physical system in the bestcou- - School is to be given wo hope it We have dition possible No 0110 can will bo a success rcasjntibly hops to do much fifty tickets on hand and tho price of tlum ore $1.50 each. . when ho is half sich goad sbaro Found -- A sum of money. of tho time. I' you are constipa Loser must state amount and ted, bilious or troubled with iu digestion got a puckago of Chum- - 'other details pertaining to loss ns berlahi s Tablets and follow the a moans of Identification. Addross PinkStudio. plain printed direction, and you will soon be feeling a'l riight Chris Mullins was home from and able to do u day's work. Lancaster Sunday. . Oscar Owens spent Sunday with friends ut Disputant. FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Mrs.' Amanda Simpson and As a general rulo all you ueed to do. is to adapt a diet daughter, Miss Virginia, of Nashsuited to your age and occupa- ville, aro here to attend tho fun. tion and to keep your bowels oral of Mrs. Simpson's brother, When you feel that Mr. Abo Adams, which will take regular. you have eaten too much and place at- Elm wood Cemetry towhen constipated, tako one of morrow, Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Chatnbetlalu'a Tablets. Salvation Army 10-2- I 11 1 - .. 1 iiin amiM rtimMitirH J ifJt .vummtto- - AiBdyKJ elded tin "ST! r Jy"Mn wfcff M nf flirgWff wwaf wWTWJma mmKimtmmttJtmmmmt limktlWll'lTl tm TV i i TfTTV . 4 -fvT 4 SZT D(M- - I Dg H H CflANDlEl? 5(X Famous For Its Marvelous Motor s Back of Your Success Three things are essential to your success A Bank A A I Its seven years of production has been for its many !lctir.ctivcly superior featoes-odesign and equipment which are used also o- - tho highest priced American cars, and not used in degL ' :, c.:r.s now triced hundreds of dollars higher than the high-pricChandler. Sec, thai, o ' n Chan (lei checks with ten of the e cars in hc i.tw..j sIactc J as being characteristic of design and most efficient c : :vice. See How Ckanc&ler Cfc.ecKs With Highi-Price- d. Cars Chandler Six throughout THE f any-considerab- Bafance Bank Acquaintance Bank Credif . Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank Our officers are ready to with you. co-oper- ate ,o best-know- ed high-grad- ZXE tv7tvs IN BIG DRIVE i isrrATyTTSffaqrTssgg the one Superior Chandler Features' and d ase fiig'h-Fri'ce- . x which tics the frame of the c.ir together tit four points, thus providing :i stIITcr frame :is cll iw a more rigid motor mounting. Also usid by I'.ickanl, Locomobile (lirouzc), Mercer, Wintcn, Flat, ltrcwster, Stutz, Pierce-ArroSILENT CHAIN DRIVE for Motor Shafts. Also used by Wlnton, Packard, Cadillac, Drew st cr, l'lat, Mercer. nrcn aluminum motor base, Cars that Also used by G Them URGE KENTUCKIANS ON Belgium King 1600 DRAFT STALLION Will make the season of 1950 at old 1- -2 TORQUE ARM OR TUBE. Picric-Arro- Fierce-Arro- Locomobile, Brewster, Wlnton, Cadillac, Packard, Stutz. ANNULAR MISSION. w, Flat, Brewster, Packard, Locomobile. Also used by Wlnton, TRANS- ANNULAR "WHEELS. Pierce-Arro- Locomobile, Packard, Marmon. BALL-BEARIN- G Brewster, Cadillac, Plat, Stutz, Locomobile, Marmon, Fiat, Mercer. Also used by Packard, Fierce-Arro- Stutz, State Conference Held to Arouse ln terest In Salvation Army Home Service Appeal, May 10 to 20. In preparation for the tho Sahatloa Army's Second Home Service Appeal, May 10 to 20, in Kentucky and other states east of the Mississippi river, a state conference of workers was held In Louisville on Wednesday. final drive In saw- ANNULAR DIFFERENTIAL. Also used by Marmon, Stutz, HIGH TENSION MAGNETO IGNITION. Also used by Locomobile, Mercer, Flat, Brewster, Wlnton. THEN, see lnow tliese seven cats sixes wh'idbi may be considered competitive to the Chandler do NOT checK t5necaTistmfta3varciiccksTuTrCnanTncrm ch-ic- mile north mill place of B. C Anderson, of Brodhead, Ky, at $ 12 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is folded, or mare parted with. Onec:r,llsttniiat$26S5,chcckswlthCliandlerlii only three features One car, Ustingnt $2400, checks with Chandler In only ono fcaturo One cat , Iis:ir.at$194j, chcc!.3 with Chandler In only one feature One car, listing at $2253, docs not with Chandler la ary fcaturo Not a single one of the set on maLca of medium-price- d Sixes referred to ofTen you High Tcnsl6n Magneto Ignition. Tl.j Clundlcr offers j ou Bosch, recognized the world oer aj tho best Ignition nystcm. Only one of them oilers jou incorporates this feature. the silent chain drive, although another one of them in its higher-price- d icot el (S3-.S0)- , Unocar. listina One car, listing IBHMHMH at iil'JS. checks wuiiciunoicr in oinytoeaiuIi at $294',chcckswith Chandler inonlytwp features m mmmmmmmtmmmmm These Statements are Fecto and the?' Give You a Few of the Reasons orery instance, by tho ruanufactart tJ cf tlio car referred to. for Chandler ututantlatetl, lit Th tpcclflcatlon data quoted Is a SIX BEAUTIFUL STY. Stxen-Passenger er Seven-Passeng- OF BODY Four Passenger Roadster, Limousine S3495 S199S Taurine Car, S199S Sedan, 12995 Four-Passeng- er Four-Passeng- er Dispatch Car, 3207S Coupe, S2S95 . o. b. Cleveland. Ohio) (Ml Prices ts BRYANT BBO CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, O. -- , SOLD DY ir lrr.vT""-"- gzxK.v: n rr flmainw OF MT.VERNON BANK MOVED O T L.Huber&Son m -m sl At Jewelers. & Opticians Watches Diamonds Jewelery Silverware vllle, the btate chairman, presided and J the toastmastcr ft as Ben 3. Washer, of LouisWUe, vice chairman and former national president of the Young Men's Hebrew Association. Governor Kdwln P. Morrow, honorary state chairman, could not be present but sent a telegram glvlbg his hearty endorsement and urging KentucLlans to lene no etoae unturned t put Kentucky In the fercfront of states In contributions. Governor James S. Cox of Ohio was also prevented from attending and sent a telegram of endorsement. Prominent workers from all parts of the state pledged thefiselves to do their best. Prof. George Colvln, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, delivered a splendid address In which he culled upon all for renewed efforts In the big drive. Leading officers of the Salvation Army from this section told of tbelr experiences In the actual w ork of the Army, most of them having served from SO to 35 years In the ranks of this great organization. Among other prominent workers In the Home Service Appeal are: Ben L. Bruner, secretary ef the state executive committee; John It. Downing, treasurer; Dr. W. S. Lockhart, chairman of the speakers' bureau; Judge Walter V. Gregory, chairman of the publicity committee; Mrs. C. Malcolm Hullltt, Mayor George Welsslngcr ' Smith of Louisville. Hon. W. P. Lin coln, Marvin n. Lewis, Alvln T. Hert, Dr. E. L. Powell, Dr. E. T. Mullins and Dr. Charles W. Welch. BIG JACK"" aafBaaaHJBiaWiasaaltnM-'- i My BIG JACK bought from W. H. Jones, Wildie, will also make the season of 1920 at the same place and same terms, price $10 to Every precautiot taken to insure living colt. prevent accident but not responsible should any occur. W, H. ANDERSON, Brodhead, Ky. MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT Contractors' Variety Wood Workers Portable Gasoline Drag Saws Steam and Gasoline Pumps Concrete Mixers Culvert Forms . Hoisting Engines Gasoline Engines Novo Gasoline Eouloment Portable Air Compressors Hammer Drills Rock Drills Coal Handling Equipment Car Unloaders Road and Farm Tractors USED BARGAINS 35 H. P. gas or kerosene engine 32 H. P. kerosene engine on trucks Rock Crusher Equipment for Contractors, Quarries, Mills etc. Catalogs on ltciuest V 29. IM'a'V "" vbf .aft "" Weak Women In use forover40yearsi Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardul has done them. This Is the best proof of the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardul Is a cood medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardul. It is composed only ol mild, medicinal Ingredients, with no bad after-effect- i f milgW "Repairing Vina WnrMi l'T?Vi 7 aaaEagfejJiawWaTial FRIENDLY HOME FOR WOMEN Now In Th.fr Nevr Location 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. Even to th Tiniest Leak cant afford to YOU that golden cream any eslet cape in the milk. If you know where the leak is you are going to stop it. We can show you how thuPrimroscstopsthetinieBtleak. The Primrose Cream Sepa IS HELPED Rockcastle Hotel Wanthd:- Men or women to take orders among friends and neighbor for tho .'ennliie guar antoed hosiery, full Hues lormon lUimin-ate- s women and children. darning. We piy socts an hour for spare time or 2!. per week for full time. Experience Salvation Army Does Flna Work In For Louisville Institution Women and Girls. Roy C. Whayne Supply Co. I ' WA 608 W. Jefferson (Across from City Hull) LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY The Susan Speed Davis Friendly Home for Women la Louisville Is eon s. V"U.ra"Ttee?,'!::, , CORNER Pie. K.H.UNDSey.SecV. ENOS SPENCER. unnecessary. Write, national Stocking Mill, town, Pa. A Norm Inter rater CHAS. C. I IAMUS.Vico.Pr V 1 Baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa- 32t GUTHRIE STREET, North of Poatoffice . ..,. .... ium.iDinn y, f .aaV Commercial School INSTITUTION OP LEARNING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial VocationalTralnlng. Students request. secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon FAMILY MEDTOINE I am agent for the gruat Amor-ica- u Herb Company. I toll Indian Herb Tablots, 1S0 in u box, for $1.00. Wo recommend thoin as an excellent bowel nnd liver regulator. A Avritten gutruntoe goes, with each bov I have a fresh supply, just icceived. Send me a dollar and 1 will mail you a box. W. D. Multlns. Withers, Ky. i2t-$-2- i. LAST YEAR'S SwiwMy, s Can be so chanced byhavine it new Sprine Shade. It will last aire Our Dry another year. " LATE KY. TOO Clenln a Trial ED ... VI. P.rc.l P..t I cwisc CLEANERS & DYERS LOUI2VIU.C WCOWOBA1 JOHN WHITE V Death onlv a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking V ' I to the very skims clean last drop. It is simplicity itself in operation. The Primrose is the only cream separator which The Woman's Tonic doesn't obstruct the cream outlets in the bowl with a cream screw. You can rely on Cardul. Running quickly over a few have been cared for. Forty-thre- e OFFICE. glrli Surely It will do for you subof the other high spots Bank of Mt. Vernon, out and young women were cared for there what it has done (or so stantial supply can, heavy tinChurch St. Special atten, during the past month. Only six pet many thousands of other bowl, highmr a vr ware, tion en en collections. cent of thoso eared for are over II woincnl It should help. driv'I'NONH 8o est grade material, simple jears of age and many are under 14. "I was taken sick, ing mechanism, all parts oiled The Susau Speed Davis Home glei seemed to be ," supply in gear a welcome to all unfortunate girls aud by splash from w ritesMrs. Mary E.Veste, Federal ollicers made a big women, no matter from what part ol case, sanitary frame. of Madison Heights, Va. haul in CI y county last week. . , There are several exclusive Kentucky they come, "'I got down so Thoy got nine stills, several hiui-clre- d YA could hardly walk weak,. obvifeatures whose values are .., mash and beei We gallons of ous on a demonstration. The Rockcastle Garago sold Just staggered around. want to explain every one. and three cars on Monday. and threo moonshiners. i read of Cardul, show how they all Und to save rA and alter taking one oot- -i you that valuable cream to the before taking quito A ,!e' orfelt much better. I last valuable drop. all, I took 3 or t bottles at You are in the dairy business that time, and was able to to make money. You need the domyucik. ItsS.'citin warm skim milk for feeding. ois-ol- av see you the splng when runLet the Primrose help you. The down. I had no appetite, size of your herd it no wayaf-fect- s Spring: Millinery. of and I commeraJ eating. the ratio of profit. Tho Wa It 's the best tonic I ever is best and Primrose saves on the gallon includes all . (7 ..... aw. as iiv Cardul. you can figure your profits. to be helped by the money raised lu the Home Service Appeal to be made branch. by the Sahatlon Army, May 10 to 20. Pih:o Pico, Four times as many cases were Pine Fall, Ky. cared for In this Home during the past year and during the jear before. This work has been carled ou In the -- C. C. face of trying difficulties. It has been Hjn LAW ATTOUNEY-Arefurnish netessary to remodel and MT.VEKNON.KY. the Home, and In spite of this irniuj On2id.flooron My placo onnwpce east of town. AIeo a 100 acre place on Calloway For Sale ok Rknt: TAKE Williams T U IDU ... ... Yi close-skimmi- Y I i yu INVITE to my new A (Dealer's Name and Addres) that It prettiest and a hat for every fancy MRS. H. G CHRISTIE Brodhead, Ky. Successor to Mrs. a V try EGGS. have lull slock White Wymlotio eggs for hatching 15 for 1. Mrs. Gu3 btavorson, Mt. Vernon, ICy. & CO. ,H LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal atsortmtat nd full valua uam '' raw I UIIV Nldaa and) CIIDQ MtUM y crri aaaff'BaaaTaaUK mm?ifM xp Kr.Vfy"!j' 4' nBinrj uur? aaaaaaafaaaaaVV The world's standard remedy for kidney, Uvw, bladder and uric add troubles the Nnlonal Remedy of Hollanct since 169& Guaranteed. Threo eizes, all druggists. took for til nam Gobi MoJtl u.Trr lx , and acctpt bo Imitation . Shafer&Roberfs 1JH0D1IEA1),KV. snstf YA Y, All Druggists i. w fs J.W. Tate FOR SAL.fi. A good Jersey cow, six years old, with calf threo weoks old. Mrs Flora Rryant, Brush Creek. & lyU2gtg Auij "iii n'ui' '"!tti&lGimmmmmA 11 Jmmem II miim v THE YEARNS BEST HOLIDAY Wnnrfor IB Wf....Tlifcrlau VERNON ucjj, liT j.vJ.-iTfe.- , A JL fiT TO. JL9I w UIIUul llll SqC ULIjJ I Th I ma o 1 nh n I Hinmnn UlllU N w.rv WAS DKSPKUATK GREAT SANGER SHOW HEALTH THUKIS iVKKks AGO, HUT I.S NOV &TUONU AND WK!,L "Three u Celts nu I wim rflmos Follow The Crowd and Come To Welch's i tlcspemn: over tlio ilriMtlful ror. (Hlion I was in, I. ut tiulii) sinci- tllltillg TulllilC ill V IllMltll is jll.it fine mill my frict ds and btrs lire complimenting m u i ho a-- well mi d sttong I "in sai'd Mrs. Kulhuri u Kisritu Itinvski, of 2,iJ K.tst L'.trk bt , Toledo Oliio, u fo.v d i s ni "It was suvl'II jujts ugo iluit my lKiiltll fniloil," she uuntinuuil, ami in spitoof livery tiling I could do I kept growing worsu until 1 nui. 1 WAGONS Birdsell - Wcbzr - 0!d Hickory Willi! or narrow SEED CORN Hickory Cane Seed Corn, only $3.25 per bu. '.'' trick coiiKl Miillt-lonsl out wue su longiT. My I) idly upiut tlut lxuii witli 'nio in) (iUii-jToed .simpl) ciimif.li to kiep from stnrvitiK M.iiiy tiii'ts while I wjs fitting at thu tuh u I had bliudiiiL't iliz.y npull.s and w tild have to gtt II J( iltlll Ilmvi . I hud iiwful cramps in my btou.-tu- h and always felt nausu.tti d after eating My liidiuys were baJly dihordored afid I biilTucd agony wiili pains all through my 1 was b.i:l uml hiiio-i- . tryiiij; to have souiu dental work donu hut hud to ivo it up, a 1 was u wetk and ncrvntii I Wus on thu Vet go of a biviiltdown. "Three weeks my son hrought tnj a buttle of TanUu 1 most of tlio li.ul tiino" ami kwii ti lmcii lyhe factory prices on wagons has already We have a few gone up 20 per cent. wagons on hand and we are offering them IE you exattheoldpriceforashoitti.nie. pect to buy a wagon any time soon, you will save rruney by buying no '.v. 2 3 4 inch $ 140. inch 3 $.145. PAINT Paint your house and barn and make them more attractive We can supply all your paint' RUGS Our line of rugs is the best and most attractive one in this section.' We can please the most particular and you are .ix&jited: Galvanized ROOFING Roofing still continues to b i scarce but we have some on hand and are offering it to our customers at per Square. If you need any, our advice is: Buy as soon as possible. $9.00 ao .: y. it fur lliu Kond it tint he wanltd me I began taking i po-,st- puoplu prjisinj; Had done them tj try it. So 3 2 B A N IKS U I 2S G S 3 SPK01AL TRAIN 1Q CLOWN'S "JO 2 & ST. LKOV FAMILY FLORENCE TROUPE WHOLE ONLY BIG I ( ITY OF I'ENTS SHOW JIIIS YEAR SILVERTON TRIO NELSON FAMILY Performances 2 8 p. m. - Doors open &7 p.m. HB Goodies! m Sal S-O-- for your floors sake See gHl 9EiM on " the V& that in your mouth R"f. that the above label appears the can of floor-finish. EKreff fjr iM'," !aJ"aEia ,; V'e' s53 i5S2ffcJK4v!3 -- g rrlB ind .t doesn't suum le tlut my mod emu could do what it lus done for me, iifitr I had su'. f led so long. Hut my iuiproie-uiou- t has been so wonderful that g ndtiy I am bitter and til t ti I lmvu i'i seven iruiger .ears and tiln just so overjoyed 1 an. telling ihe whole neighbor, iiwod about T.iiilio I c.i n in just .ii) thing I want niiduiiusl it wiihout a pirliole of ttiube i lN without lcehii naube.i ci oi dizzy afterwards .My kldueys are in .p!tiidiil com) it on and the pains in in . tot and Md,s h.ivo all loft me. I .tin iot th. least bit ueivous, am gaining weigh every day and cm recoinin ml Tin'ae wit i ill m lio'irt." Tunlec is sjld in Mt. Vernon C. Davis, in lirodhe.id bi he Urodticd Pncy., and in Liv ingston by tf. G. Webb.' i fo.-lm-- visit and to m a k e your selec :ions here. :lao XYJLLsaar MAJESTIC and FAVORITE Ranges Are The Best , i 15 PerCent REDUCTION On All Ladies' COATS and SUITS You will not have a better opportunity to get such a splendid or stylish Coat or Suit Most of these were bought a t such a price. at an extremely low figure and with this. 15 per cent reduction, they are certainly a bargain Come Early as they will not last long. FEED Get the best results from your stock by using good feed. Tuxedo Chop Corono Hog Feed Shorts They will make a difference. I fjy-hti- ibge Brothers MOTOR CAR OIL STOVES When warm weather arrives, you will need an oil stove. We are selling the New Process wich is one of the best oil stoves on the market. We also sell the Red I TOUGKRG TRIBUTE TO SALMTieM ARMY Kentue'ty Marine, Now Slceplna Chauteau Thierry, S.nt Ueautitul Message Home to Loved Friend. floor finish you buy. of quality and favor Hanna's Lustro-FinisWhen you have furniture or woodwork that needs brightening, floors that need get a can of HANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISH It identifies the h fli? flulTy.tender' S?fc5aSE??B cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just ksep you lunging 'round tha pantry all made with at I ifmnffcN ttEy'gjg?jLJ!WjSaSBI ('3??! JJ QALUG9&T 5ji'a DAKiHa FOiVSrR tha t&'cst, rurcit, most tSonocilcsl I InJ. Trv it i)rldanaybaLcttay fciSS You save when you buy It. You save vhta sou use It. Calumet contain onlyiuch inxrirci icnU as hio been upprovea omaaay by Ihe U. S. 1'ood Authorities. and set to work. Equipped with this combined stain and varnish you can make things look bright and new. Scratches, scars and worn spots disappear in a wonderful way before Lustro-FinisAnd best of all it WEARS. Try it h. m . SOLD BY W.H.BROWN "".Vernon tw3a HIGHEST 2S38S H m yHs.mm Belgium 16001b. DRAFT STALLION Will make the season of 1920 at the old sawmill place of B. C. Anderson, mile north of Brodhead, Ky., at $12 to insure a living colt. Mjney due when colt is folded, or mare parted 1- -2 HIS FIELD IS UNLIMITED. with! BIG JACK ' Tbe earao Cupid that officiates the pallor doer busloeta In kitchen , of Ki'iniKlcy, ,) the torrililu onleal throuKh w hleli lie ' ; iiud im.ssed uuscutjii'd. If! Ikltll tlt1ttlftt.t.ll aif lliof llltliil liml' a prucloui uml trciibiired iiiemorliil, tho S J onus KintucUy, murine told of the work that had hevn ihino during those) trjlnu hotirH by the various welfare "Ilut Brentost of them ull," he mote, "thu froatest uud buat of thorn ull, (iod blebs them fureer, U the Salvutlon Army." The body of Gilbert Young, tho biuve Kentucky boy, lies today ut I'liniitciiu Thierry beneulh thu lilies of 1'r.inee, but his soul, poured out to Ills friend, boos inurchliiK on In tune with the Breut work tho Snhntlon Army 'Is neeklne to nccompllsli now that swords lmo been turned Into pluushures and spenrx Into pruning books. The suerllleo of (Jllbert Ynune nnd the hundreds of other jounc Kentuck- bins who save their Ihes for liberty tlurliiB tho world struxcle will ouiise iriiiiy n heart In the Brent Wue finis sluto to pour out Its benediction upon the Salvutlon Army when money Is solicited In the Second Home Service Appeal cumpulgn JIuy 10 to 20. The Suhntlon Army today ns always stands reudy to help wherever there Is a need. I Ouoit t'oMn, uow StiilB tut of 1'uhllc 1:4 tructloii Que ilarl; nljilit. shortly nflor tho Anicrlniii iimiiiicii I1111I ictolxcil limit If lilht linptlsin of liliod ui C'h.uitiMil '? 'JlilurrJ, u KontiioUy hoy, CSIIIirt k Voiiiii;, of Siir!ii,;lioIil, b.it cruiulicil I11 a t wiltlut; u letU-- l.omi'. In :: It he UomiIIh'U to om of Ills dm rest (, fik'ims uml foiuivr toailioiti. 1'iof. t (Iiin'-oiir Star. This stove does not have a wick ' .Siin'rlntcii(l- - We Vv receive from the factory fou: cars next week. If you want a car soon you should place your order at once as there is a great demand for Dodge Bros. Cars. ill but has an iron burner which causes the oil to vaporize and burn as gas. Let us demonstrate these stoves to you. Phonographs A Columbia Phonograph will add much pleasure to your home. After a hard ' days work, music will make life seem brighter. Come in and hear the new records. FRUIT JARS Get your jars early and while we have a large supply. HOOSIER CABINETS SAVE TIME LARD 501b. tub - $12.50 SAVE LABOR Why not put one in your kitchen and Why Pay More? save yourself from overwork? SUGGESTION FOR A CAMP-IN- G M TIG JACK bought from W. H. Jones, Wildkf will also make the season of 1920 at uic iaiiit piav-- t uiiw ottiiiv, 11.1 11 jo, ijiiv.t 41 w iuj MJMpHA insure living colt. Every precaution taken to) prevent accident but not responsible should iSfc?.?wSii" anV OCCUr. RINQWORM. TBTT1SR or ItcWnr Un llie.et. Tiy JJ cDt boi at our rltk. W H. ANDERSON, Brodhead, Ky. liwZEmi 0,h' Wfl "Pioneer . TRIP. Buy a hottlo of Chamberlain's In thf Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy leaung liomo. As a rule it cannot hi obtained when on u iiuiUiig' fishing or prospecting trip. Neither can It bo obtained whilo on board tho cars or stuun. ships and at such times and nlaces I be-fo- ro Kentucky's Greatest Country Store DEPARTMENT STORE WELCH'S - it is ynu. Drugstore "Sh llicnlv in he The safe way is to have mrmt BEREA, KY. rwe-, :':LS"-rn.kmuvr- 'i'zr i 'jsamtm tjtjlj