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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM ER1DAY, MAY 21 1920 NUMBER 35 :n ;1 good jobs J Giveits J? i Brodhead News TaIor visited Madl-ioiivi'lo- TV5 5 - -v- -j .? xsrrfz SVT -- "Tfc OoWw0XKHHH0KH0H0)Ofl ? j' - 2LJSSS tJPm H B b i TrrTri-rrvjTi-irArrAr-j-iri-rTi--v- J N Mirlo.v was hore from Lexington lust week. George spoilt Filth of davs with hi- pironts, Mr Iluby nnd Mrs. J G. Frith.-Mi- ss Cross, of .Danville, vUiietl rela tives hero lust week ami nttcudrd Miss Rissie commencement. School, Ml Smith, of Vernon, w.is m homo from Sat urdny until Monday. Egbort Bill Adams nnd Gilbert Huyos were down from Corbin Satur day uvening to ntlcnd tho play "Vm John" nt the school build ing Mrs. Geal Cox died at lier homo here Friday night, May 14, after trlong illness of heart drop. She leaves u husband and &Y. several small children to mourn her loss. Miss Mildred Robins, visited her of Nioholasville grandparents Mr and Mrs J. F. Watson from Wednesday un til Monday. W. H. Fish. C. C. Davis and C. D Sutton wcredown from Mt. Vernon Friday of last week. Wo are glad toropirt fcCviJ'U.'D. Martin very much improved. J. E Wallen and R. H. Hamru purchased O.i'rland touring cars from Brodhead Real Estate Co , since last issue Mont Roberts was in Cedar Cretk Sunday. Mrs U 13. Cass, Mr. utd Mrs Jacob Elder attended thf burial of Jack Mullins, at Quail Sunday. Mrs. Etta Frith Brown was at home from Louis villo Saturday and Sunday. .Mxs Minnie Anderson, daughter Miss MattyeCliesnut, Mrs. Floyd Miller and little daughter, Suella, Virginia Crawfold and Ben Purcell were down from Mt Y,erjion Saturday jajftarnpon.; Charles Btowh moved his fami.y to Livingstou tills week and J. A. Oliver moved to the house vacated by Mr. Brown on Sil vorStiett. Miss Ella Mae Coffet of Mt. Vernon, was a week-envisitor at the home of Miss Anna Bella Smith. Mrs. W. F. Carter. Mrs. E J. Torrtll and son, were in Mt. Vernon Wednesday of last week. Aunt Middleton left Saturday morning for Columbia, Ky Misses France cud Boss Sparks were hero from Mt. Vernon SatBrodhead urday. Band boys were greatly disappointed Sun duy because they did not get to mako the trip to High Bridge but the roads were in such a con dition from High Bridge to Liberty and Greensboro, that the' bauds from those places were unable to travel them, therefore, tho concert was postponed until Mrs. Jess Wallen a later date and daughter, Miss Lena, were in Mt. J Vernon between trains Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cam Wilson, of Bee Lick, wero here with their son, Josh Wilson sevV. A eral days last week. was in Mt Vernon last week. Prof. Jones, principal of tho Livingston Graded School, attended part of the closing exercises of the school here last , Mi-.- s d Wil-Har- iov-or.- il Mr. and Mrs Ab bott, at this pluco latter part of last week. 0. H. Frith was in Mt Vernon Monday. Miss Rissle Oliver, who has been attonding scho'il at Berea, came home Sun day. Mr J. R. Cass, and on, Dob, and daughter, Mrs, J. M. Roberts" ind children were in THE MARSHES OF GLYNN X X g Ye marshes, how candid and simple nnd and free Ye publish yourselves to the sky nnd offer yourselves to the seal Tolerant plains, that suffer the sea nnd the rains and the nothing-withholdin- 8 IballJ REAL BASE BALL GAME MT. VERNON base Livingston News - 1 sun, Ye spread the span like the catholic man who has mightly won God out of knowledge and good out of infinite pain And sight out of blindness and purity of a stain. As the marsh hen secretly builds ori"the watery sod, Behold I will build me a nest on the greatness of God; I will fly in the greatness of Cod ns the mnrsh-lic- n flies In the freedom that fills all the space 'twixt the marsh and the skies; By so many roots as the marsh-gras- s sends in the sod I will heartily lay me on the greatness of God; Oh, like to the greatness of Go J is the greatness within The range of the marshes, tin liberal marshes of Glynn. Sidney Lanier. related, have been running a blacksmith shop in Mt. Vornoii moie than a hundred years. Pleas Ramsoy, one in the line, good be done. had a shop on the corner of the lot where M. J. Miller's house is ocated. This blacksmith afterward located a shop on Jackey Maret's place in Garrard county, Mrs. A. S. Minke is very sick. and later moved. to Lexington to Miss Klva Albright spent Sun open a larger shop. The writer's day with Misses Bessie and brother served aa apprenticeship Minnie Carson Mr. Troy Rich. in this Lox'ugtoii- sjiop in I865- oMfelM, Vvrn otttSttfcyv';-- , .. " ""Y.wi .. j66. T.iomliSt.TnvlorXvas a.noted.l r-, la. - u J&WTScoreTut.-ar- lijtrrK'i.Nir-fitrt- i.uBi.wuu frvf.1 rv r. vrnon came m 111c -. Albrjftht.returni-d.Ir.omL-iSnni-.ArffiurDoo;dwhcntfu bttnjn ifn.iir- sumo ana.was one ot Alt. Vernon s VTrtiSi wn let llartoiM even " lew 4i?s firs't' visit to sixth, when L. Davis SJK thru 1, 11 uevCBsuiy iu wuiupicic uio Detroit "Michigan for soum 1 uusuny mm is very mucin best horr e shoers remembrance of " quota. month's has returned home to taken with that country and is Mt Vernon. He has been ad short; Drew sacrificed and Mur-rel- l While a large majority of the spond .the summer. thinking of moving there. Mr. Mr. and vised of having been takeu on tied the score by a Texas Among the doctors who have such a visit from Garrard coun- leaguer over third, Davis scoring Christian Churches' in the Sate Mrs. W. H. Loswell and Mr. and and Mrs Ap Taylor wore in Louis vllle last week returning home praticed in Mt. Vernon: Dr. ty, when he was sixteen months from second. Mt. Vernon made accepted their quotas, and many Mrs. Albert Hayes were at Sunday with an attractive three Joseph Joplin, father of Joseph old, (I856), to his grand mother's three more runs in the eighth of them have raised them, tor Copper Creek Sunday.--Gilbeyear old boy, which thoy have and J. L. loplin; lie owned tho tae widow of General We, Smith, frame. East Bernstadt made one local reasons in some cases, it Hayes of Corbin spent Sunday taken from tho Orphans homo.-M- rs farm where Tom Noo now lives. who died in 1849 and lies bsneath run in the first, third and ninth was not possible for tho ch'tirches with home folks. Wavio Thompcampaign the A. E. Strange and daughter Ho died about 187801.111 advanced one of tho box tombs in the older innings, on errors, making the to put on their son has returned home from Lex. last week, and those will hold ington- .- Mrs. S. Denny and and son, Linn and William have age. Dr. lJoutley, Dr.. S. W. portion of Elm wood cemetery. final score 5 to 3 date, some gone to Columbia to spend the and J. J Brown, Dr. W. P. Mc- - This relative owned and lived in Following is the score by in- their drives at a later daughters, Misses Liddie and of them this week and others Kee, (now in Flotida), Dr E J. the house iu which H. J. Mullins nings: u minor with relatives. Squire Adelaide aud Mrs. Dessie Bailey next week. F. F. Robbtns was called to Mt. Brown. Dr. M. Pennington, Dr J died some mouths siuce, located are visiting friends aud relatives ' State Director Joseph W. Vernon Tuesday to act as Count Daniel Boone Southard, Dr. S. C, on hore. Rov. McClary of Stanford Highway, three E Bernstadt ooooo 1o preached in his own church gate a very interesting talk at Davis, Dr. Walker Owens', Dr, lourths of u mile north of Mt Judge in the trial of Elmer 0 0 o o 1 103 Mt. Vernon iu Covington Sunday, returning the killing of Mr. Koberts Chcsnut. Union Ridgo church Sunday. Vernon. to Lexington Tuesday, to resume He was accompanied by Granville Three base hit Bowman near the Jackson county line sevhis campaign work. Dr. R. H. Two base hit by Murrell eral weeks ago. Tiial was Givens, of Brodhead. -- Mr. and Of tho older merchants we reJonas McKonzieis Mt. Vornon's Crossfield left for New York Mrs. John Laswcll, and Misses Struck out by Drew 15 until Saturday. Mullins member Haitison Carpenter, D. oldest merchant, having been iu Sunday night in the interest of Nellye, Pearl and Bettie Lou Struck out by Mooster u was held under a $3ooo bond N Williams, hL J. Miller, J W. business long betoro any of t'ao Our boys are real ball players the movement. Charlie Sowder and son, Ed, were Moore, Jack Purcell wero in Berea Thurs. to Adams, J. J. Wil- present day business men or. that Dr A. W. Fprtuno returned see their father who is in the and they deserve the support of here from. Quail Monday and liams, George Severance, M. F. iown. H. C. Gentry has ruu every fan in tho county. from Montgomery County Mon- hospital Miss Patsy Brinkley, Tuesday. there Misses Susie J. H. Otter, Soth W. blacksmithitig the longest J. W. day. Ao reported that Somersot and Lizzie Barker spent SaturJohnson, of Berea, visited Miss Paris, F. L. Thompson, Jonas By an error tho wrtteup on tho Church in that county, whoso Brown was practicing law when Cladysand Master Edward Oliver McKenzie, Sarah Welch. J. E Hie writer came to Mt. Vernon in game Wildie vs. Mt. Veanon on quota was $l,65o, had raised day night with Sarah Brown. from Sunday until Tuesday. Sunday previous was turned in S2.22S and had not closed its Mrs. Mattie Doan of East BernVowels. Of the list of sixteen all I877. 'His numerous friends n by reporter too late for publicaMr. and Mrs. Frank Robins and have passed over except stadt Is with her parents herethree; called on him to cut their tion. It was a spirited and u work. Miss Mamie Farris spenc Saturchildren attended church at two are living in Mt. Vernon and na'ir. This 'became a little Dr. Homor W. Carpenter's game, resulting in Mt. Ohupel Sunday. Kevs. one in Boyle county. Miss Bess and Yours truly called on him Vernon's favor. church st Richmond has raised day night with Pike aid Childress returned Bertha Brown. Miss Pearl once; "lie never called again " $8,000. Its quota is $7,000. from Washington, D. C , Tuesday Weaver of Brodhead was with IS GIVEN TO Other churches that havo Tho Mt. Vernon Christian That head o hair didu't ueed cut- $25,000 wheie they have been attending mother this week. Maurice TrtANSLYVANIA COLLEGE in part, but still are at her Church building with Masonic ting again for months. It was the Southern Baptist Association. C. Brown spent Sunday with closely as if a razor Antioch, Fayette work aro: They report a nice timo. The lodge above, was erected duiing cut almost as Athletic rield Fund Gets $10,000 Jfrom Wavio Thompson. Missos Cora County, $540; Augusta, to date, the 6o's. Sum Thomnsnn and had been used It was about Woman's Dormitory following spent a vory pleasant Thomases and und Dovie Oliver spent Saturday when C. C. S225; Bridgeport, Franklin Coun $15,000 For Unnamed Donor afternoon at the home of Miss G. B. Bragg were tho builders..'1'1 ?Cars thereafter night and Sunday with Pearl Williams swung sis law shingle ty, $2oo; Mortonsvillo, Woodford Selby Payno last Sunday. Misses Mr. Bragg was the was the father Thomas. J. J. Albright spent Lexington, KyMay 18 Two County, $1,000. . breez.-sOther legal motore'd Maigurct Harris, Grin and Ollle of Mrs. Kobsrt E Thompson, of to the week. W. G. McBee Sunday with the family of John practioners wore: J. K. McClary, big gifts to Transylvania College Crab Orchard. down from Mt. Vornon Sunday Ponder. Messrs. Clyde Rigsby, in connection with the Disciples' Norton, of Quail. Albert Albright (Jinnies Kirtlty aud James Easom soo afternoon aftor his mother, Mrs, Earl Leece, Arthur Adams, Bill and Edgar Laswoll attended World Movement Campaign in Among tho Mt. Voriion hotels S. M. Burdott and B. K. Bethur- Kentucky, which began May 9, John Craig, who has boon so Blanton aud Morgan Wright Mr and Mrs. Shack Gentry, of church at Brodhead Sunday very sick at tho homo of Hugh Brodhead Band went to Lancas- of the past were tho "Elkin," lo- um. Later G. W. McClure, R. were announced tho past week, Mt. Vornon, visited Mr. aud Mrs. night. Miss Lillian Cash was L. W. aud B J. G. iWilliuina. McBco on Main St. Mrs Chap. ter Wednesday to furnish music cated where tho residenco of Mrs. tho charming guest of Miss Bethurum, Bodlo Thompson, E. one of 10,000 to the athletic James McCall, Sunday. M. K. Penning-to- n Judge L. W. Bethurum now Brown and children returned to at a lot sale. Dr. Hold fund from Ben Allen Thomas Sallle Graig, of Willallla, Is with Susie Cash of Brodhead Thurs K. Gentry, Ashley Owens Jaud will bo at Dr. Carter's office stands. Tho "Smith", located .their homo Saturday after a weeks others whom I cannot recall to and W. J. Thomas, of Shelby Mrs. James McCall, who is very day night. Willia Cash was up visit with relatives at Quail and in Brodhead, on Thursday, May ou tho corner now occupied by 0 sick. County, aud the other of Mis. McCall fell some four from Brodhead Sunday. Missos Fish's store, which was conduct- mind Bee Lick. Mr and Mrs. Homer 127th to do dental work, a woman devoted to months ago and fractured her Pcarlio Smith, Elva Albright, from ed by Thomas Smith, an undo of tbe interests of Trausylvania and wrist which has mended vory Lillid Cash, Miunio and Bessie writer. Mt, building Carson attended funeral Sun tho now stems to Reminiscent Corner The old churchmoved away. wus the spot whereTho "Kirtley," 011 vriter Vernon undertakers Allen. the Christian Church, but who slowly and serious break tor in in. day at ProvidenctheJames Smith tho tho residunce of has known: T. E. downs dismantled and belioves in tho scriptural injunc- ate in a W. M. Poynt r. This house was Willis Griffin, George Owens and tion to "let not thy right hund Dr. Owens is attending phy was at Negro Creek Sunday. By Boonkway 'Man conducted by Kirt'oy, the W. A. Cox. Druggists: W. T. know what thy left band doeth," slclan. Mra. Dolly Sowards I. Rev. C. C. Metcalfe had tho Tho first tavern or hotel at One of Ivockcustle's noted father of Mrs. Poynter. The Jop- Brooks, (now iu Purls), W. M. and whoso name is not to bo suffering froa a dislocated knee of getting his log broken, churches was located about one Livingston was the Gresbam, lin hou-c- , opt rated by J. L. Jop- Weber, J. L Whitehead, M. C. mado public, Miss iCleo cap caused by a fall. M. F.Oralg two weeks ago, third of a mile east of Brodhead located on tho Laurel side of tho lin on tho lot whero Cox Brothers Williams, Dr. S. C. iDavis, Victor Ben Allen Thomas a student of Willallla, who is on tho jury, Gentry of Crab Orchard is visitTho tKxt following was at the ford of Boo no's Fork river. store now Btards. This hotel was Beck. Theo Wesloy, Sam at Transylvania in the classes of stops with his Aister Mrs. James ing home folks this week. Edgar house, after the d crook which was widely known the Goodin destroyed by ilje in I908. In this C. C. Davis, Sherdou Bow1O09, 1910 and i9u. The death McCall. Mrs. Grace Wilinott and Cash spent Saturday night with came in I870. Then the as "Booue's Fork Church." The hotel wus placed Mt. Vernon's man. of his father mado it necessary Mrs. Betson Honsley wore in Mt. Leonard Thompson. Sarah and building was a two story frame; Sam brook, the Mullins and first telegraph offico, in 1862. by for him to leave scli2ol to tako Vornon, Tuesday, having dental Katie Darker sjeat Sunuay with We believe there the Musonio fraternity using the Eight Gabloi U. S Government. Tho New Tho White & Meyers Chaulau - ' charge of tho farm and he has work done. Mrs, Joan Sayers, of Grace Curson. There is to be an upper room for lodge purposes, was also a Liviugston hotel, comb hotel, conducted by M. P qua will bo in Mt. Vernon for made a splendid success of it. Splro, spent Saturday with her ull duy gatboring at Union Ridgo man for by in the late O's the membership operated took the name. whom Newcomb, was located on the ouo week beL'inninr Ju y 7th.' Two vrar atu ho and W. J. aunt, Mrs. Jatnts McCall. Mr, Sunday May 30. Dinner on the Us the town of both institutions changed the r spot now occupied by Rockcastle Thq inorchants of this town are Thomas, who is his uncle, uud a and Mrs. Sherman Owens occupy ground und a few recitations by location, moving into anew build hotet The Newcomb hotel, fun giving away a lot of seasons tick.' curator of the college, gave $62,-ot- tho Hamlin property. Mr. and the littlo folks. Everyone is Prof. A. G. Lovell, (now doc- - dor tho name of tho Miller houso ing at Brodhead, the Mason's If you do not have one ask 000 m cash to Transylvania. Bon Mrs. L. T. McCall, of Stanford, invited to come and bring lota takiug tho usual second story, tor), came from Bedford, Indiana, at tho time) was destroyed by Jabout thorn. 'Allen Thomas was captain of spent Sund ay vltn borne folks tocat. Sow-ard- s, Stanford Sunday. Missrs Winnie Kcll r, Henrietta and Foi'e. win tanyht in the Graded school returned to th ir honi 9 Monday morning, T .ey will bo greatly missed by their many friends made whilo their stay here. Mrs. Mollie Durhi-mMiss Clyde Watson, Mr. and Mrs. F. L Durham and son, Austin, were with Mr. and Mrs. Rev. J. J. F. Watson Sunday C. McClary, ot Stanford, preached at the Baptist church Sunday-M- rs. Frank Decker is in London with her sister, who is vory sick. Misses Sophia and FannioLear spent several days last week itb Mr and Mrs. John SjgrjLQn. Dave Harrison is here from Jaruicn, Ind , on a two weeks visit to tho families of her cous ins, M. B. and Jack Lunceford A. M. Hiatt was in Lexington Friday. Mra. Mary Johnson was here from Greensboro Saturday and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs Ellen Rush. Prof A. E. Strange is in Louisville this week. Jack Mullins, of near Quail, committed suicide Satur day by cutiing his throat with a razor. Bad health is supposed to have been the cause of this act -lack and M. B Lunceford are in Harlan county working. A. E Loi-tlla , WINS. 5 to 3 8 .8 East Bernstadt Played Good Ball Large Attendance and Gnat Enthusiasm d J. A. Oliver was in our Itown Wo aro always over Sunday. Mrs. C. L. glad to see Joeleft Monday for Louis- villo for a short visit. H. D. Ma- gee was down from Corbln Mon- B. Baker on business.--- R. filled his regular appointment at church Sunday the Christian morning and evening. Mrs. EI- len Parker left Monday for Car- negia, Penn., whare she will mako her home Died, May 2t Mrs. Robert Thomas. She was Miss Sarah S. Whitaker before her marriage and was a grand daugh- ter of R. G. Moore. She leaves a husband and two small child- to mourn her death. The the famous Ion foot ball team, manager of tho baseball team for a time and a member of the college's track team. Ho was one of the most popular students the college ever had. It is probable that tho athlntlc field "will be natned"Tffoma"s Field in honor of the donors of the $10,000 fund for its equipment, to which the collego will add a like sum to furnish a stadium and complete athletic equipment. Tiie location is expected to be on the present North Broadway athletic held. Miss Mr. Thomas married Vestina Bailey, also a Transyl-vani- a graduate, and they welcomed to their Shelby County home, April 20, Ben Allen Thomas, Jr. The Kentucky Division drive for $r.200f,ooo wh'ch was schedul ed to end ' Sunday, will coutinuo " TWTt. ' m. remains were laid to rest in the Willis Bussell Cemotry. Mrs. C. L. Black and children are iiing Mr. Black's father Mt. Olive, Laurel County. H, C. Wolf, the tio man, was hore tween trains one day lost week. Died, last Monday, Mr. George Tankersly. He was a member of the Pleasant Run church for twenty years ana a momber of the Livingston Council No. I67, J. R. lO. U. A. M. for eleven years. He wis laid to rest In the Bales cemetery with Junior honor Ho leave two brothers and one sister, all of whom were present at the funeral which was ducted by Rev. Hardin Sams. vis-Hughes nrr bo-da- y con-re- n 8 about sqigzzxrpt-- T 1879 to teach in Academy. 8 zxx oper-ntor- lire on Washington's birthday. y 000 The Ramsoy aud Taylor.'c'rse-l- s Among the tho telegraph tho writer put on the road from Mt. Vernon were: W. J. and R. L. Newcomb, Charles Van Arsdall, J. W. Stephens, (Berea),.). V. Slavin, (Texas), Vic Owena, M. C. Mille, (Glen Mary), B. P. Marfm, (Rowland), J. K. Maret, (Fort Estill Junction) .V. H. Bower, (Richmond),' and others. Tho first operator to work the key in Mt. Vernon was .smiling Johnnie Nagei, on govem-icfeline 1862. nt 000 - The base ball team of the Mt. Vernon Athletic Association East Bernstadt team last Sunday in one of the fastest games ever staged in Mt. Vernon Drew and Mooster wore the opposing twirlcrs und both men played a" goo3 game. Drewnari the visitors at his mercy at all times and only allowed them two He would have won the hits. gamo without letting the Eist Bernstadt boys score had it not been for some costly errors. Drew's pitching, the fielding and hitting of Bowman, Davis, Mur-re- ll and Spar its featured the game. In the last half of the fifth inning East Bernstadt hid ctedit for two runs, while our boys hadn't scored. Bowman got busy and sent the horsehide Maretburg for a total of three bases, scoring later on a rd iMiss Assie Owens, who has been a student at Brodhead is now with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ruby Houk Geo. Owens writes from Groveland, Ga., that her school will close in June, when she will return to Kentucky, Miss Anna Emertck is with her parents, M.r. and Mrs. Z. Emerick, after being a pupil at Brodhead past term There will be Sunday school at Maretburg church each Sunday. T. G. superintendents. Hoping a good attendance aud may much OTTAWA . V 1 . .,!.". . . !i siniie-unvjonarics- , -- WtViiRaliWaff 000 rt d u Dixie-Boo- 123456789 1 Ha-gi- n ne Mul-iinsfo- r con-tiuu- 000 ot-te- - Wil-mott- 's tiro-tom- e. 000 Car-so- u MARETBURG $15,-00- 000 mis-fortu- no Don-ha- rail-roa- 000 -- s. K ..., iM St T. VEHNOX U : Am IN : MlV 31 , IhANdDON M I! M () R 1 A I. A Li 1920 by a FhiijaY, tOMUENOKUKNT SKlSON I'ltOGItAM. Uiif Ml.liiroato Scrinnn bv Rev, rrrr: ' John Mni'inillun. Louisville, Ky , I . Suml ty, 4l M' Operetta "The Foist Of The Rod Corn," Monday .S P. M. Commencement Address- - Rov. ONM YKAR fl.OO PtTFCRIPTION Miicmillun, Tuesday, 8 P. M. In ease of ruin Monday night Advertising rata mace known on tlio Operetta will bo postponed application Pttblishtd every Ft iday It. 7. VOLWG I I AUOUT UtllvtlMATISM. I'eoplo nrc learning that it is only waste of tiino and nionoy 111 take tuedlclno lntornnlv for clironic aid miucnhir rheuinii-tlsm- , and n'nut ninety-ninout of liuiidii'dcnyes ate one or the mlnsr of tin se varieties. All that teally to nfford relief Is to apply I'liJinborlain's l.ii.iment frt'cly Try it It costs e 11 ll I t We have in stock J f ! nece-sar- y tinlilTni'Mlny night and iho Cm HNTUC'-C- mkmiikr or l'IU!SS ASSOCIATION meiicemcnt nddrcs will be given instead. Tlie sermon will be at the Presbyterian Church bnt the nt I.ungdon other exercises School Columbia Grafonola Price $50 During the year which ended April 30 1920, Hsptists of Ken tueky r.iised in cash S 1,3,55.366 50. This is $55,366 51 more tliiui the C11 acfoun. of tin- - ruin CleanStale's proportion to be raised up at Klinwond Cemetery was each yenr for five years in the post)oned until V. diK'sdny, May 75 000,000 nsl(ed for by lie 26th which U Km bur Div. ISomo Sou thorn Haptist Convention nt of our elder residents say that its annual meeting in Atlanta, sprouts, routs and bushes cut Georgia, Mnv 1019. that day will nil die and never FOR A CAMP- I'll asi remember SUtiGKSTlON come again. Clfiip-P- p INU TRIP. Day at the -- fiib i'. liny a bottle of (Jltamberlain's F.lirn'ord Cemetery and be there Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy be- ready to . fore leuing borne. As a rule it Tlie Cliatitiutquii opens In Mt. cannot be obtained when on a Vernon July 7. hunting, fishing or prospecting trip. Neither can it be obtained Vanti:: To buy a good while on board the cars or steam shinglo hair rig. Give full de- ships and at Mich times and scription in first letter. places it is most likely to be W. A.TYREK, needed. The safe way is to have Harlan Ky. it with you. hi-I11 We would like to have you open a charge account hay rhleto Urundstoiic Wed. evening was' thoroughly ei.j tyed by ihe fullnwinc: Misses Aniiiliii Birnett. Virginia Craw-foiRuth Miillins, Uuby Cooper, Kdith Phillips and Anna Baugli. Messrs. Lounn Bryant, E. T. Miillins, John Lair, Richard Cox, Ralph Griffin and Jim Thompson A nc-dnd, 3000 ROLLS OF Wall Paper To close out at a saving of 20 per cent. 2 T i si eonveiiieneo miii'li appreciated bytinislc.il fami lies who own Cirafonobij unit regularly buy Columbia record. A good many of our lea custoinors first opened their clinrue account berc with the pitrohase of a Columbia Orafonola, and wo should lie Kind to luivu you do so If jou buy a tirtifoiiola on eoiivenlent ti'rins tlie amount tin; eaoh montli will ilinply be Included in your bill It la ;i sensilde IhhIiios-UI;.- ; arrangement and we ate always glad to eKtetid the courtesy to people. FOR A WE K STOMACH . As a general rulo all you need to do is to adnpt diet suited to your age and occupation and ti keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you havo eaten too much and whi'ii constipated, take 0110 of Chamberlain's Tablets. 11 c. c. cox aMBBIMMaBVHMIiiVMMaMMaiMaHHMMMIi Th prlc of any Columbia Grafo-nol- a its the samo for cash or credit We have Grafonolas pi Iced from foO to 150 We would like you to see tlie different models and play any record on our Grafonola Tlie eharjje account can bo quickly arranged niid any Grafonola delivered at once. Foil Sai.k: My firm of 7O acres for sale a J miles from Brod-hea3 J miles from Mt. Vernon, on Boone Highway. New house, plenty of warer, can be piped into house. A. L. Thompson, Crab Orchard, Ky R.R.No 3. d, LAST YEAR'S DyedSUITS Can be so chanced by liavinc new SpritiB Shade. It will last another year. Trltl INCOItroitATKIi it SWISS a preity, (Iho Our Pry ClritiliK Sand I i Vl SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS LOUISVILLr, Prel Post - KY. SUTTON McBEE M't, Vernon, Ky. & & The Noted Dick Scudder Farm or THE LENNOX OIL BKFINERS AND PAINT CD, MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tlie Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its is really a manganese broii7c worm-driv- e necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of economic transportation from the farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it will be found a great money saver as well as a big labor saver. Has all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater capacity with greater strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd like to talk it over with every farmer. Bring your" Ford car tef'ute for liece jsarv Repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. High Grade Lubricating Oils, Greases And Prepared Paints CLEVELAND, O. J. F.STANDLEY, S AJLCSMAN Livingston, Ky. TOO ATTENTIVE rlUSBAND AND ALL OF THE BRYANT BROS. jTMi msn Sold B C and THE this week and selected Jurors for the .7.tAertn of eiroult Qourt. 8c three men are all law abiding citizens and it is honed they will select law abiding men There are lots of good men in Rockcas-tl- o county eligible for jury service und it is time to give the "professionals" a rest. O. M. Payne, Will Renner F. L. Thompson Sr., met Live Stock, Farming Implements Household Goods, Etc , Now Belonging, to F. M. WARE, At -a !$', '!. Km. .; At' mtb v :- :;;: m regr3 SS hi ca, sses 1SJB- ?iaoa55 ii -' - r Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let incllier Iheakl'ast for us ! FOURTH CLASS POSTMAS 1KRS EXAMINATION. The Uulted Stutes Civil Service Commission bin announced an examination to bo Hold ut Livingston. Ky., on June 1", 1U20 as u result of which it is expected to make certification to Till a contempluttu vacancy in tlio position of fourth class postmaster at Livingston, Ky., mid other vacancies as they may occur at that office, unless it shall he decided in the interests of the service to fill any vacuncy Tlio enmpen by reinstatement sution of the postmaster at this otlicc was 019 for the last fiscal year. Applicants must have reached their twenty first birthday on the date of the examination, with the exception that iti a Siu-where women are declared by Muiuu to bi Ht full age for till purposes at eighteen years, women eighteen years of age on the date of the examination will be adc "For heaven's sake, George, dou't bo attentive; people will begin tc think thai I ion not vour wife." Hnng iour Trade Checks in Sivurday, May 2ath. n Public Auction ON THE PREMISES fei The court has appointed me guardian of Pee Bnsiis. I will Hot be responsible for any contract or trado made directly with him. Wednesday, June 2nd AT 10:00 A. M RAIN OR SHINE Kail-way Oscar P. Bostic. of money. sum Found Liser must state amount and other details pi'rinining to loss us -- A i a moans of identification. Pink Studio Addres- - For Sai.i:: -l- uo bales clover buy. of good Steve Albright, Br.idhead, Ky. JOHN WHITE & GO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal ortmot and full value paid :::furs Hldts md MtUn mitted. Applicants must reside within supplied by the the territory post office for which tlio ezuinin-atiois announced. The examination is open to all citizens of tlio United States who can comply with tlio requirements Applications blanks, Form 1753 and full information uoiicernint,' the requirements of tho exam ini'tioii can be secured from the pos' in ster at the place of va cancy or from the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D C. Applications should be proper, ly oxecuted and filed with tlie Commission at Washington, D. C, at the earliest' practical dute. S. (J. Fruuklin writes that the city of Lexington hus been tumid over to the Knights Templar Conclave, that the uir is vibrant with music, tho streets brilliant wilii parade, and banquet tho word of the hour. We're Mire there s a treat that can't be heat in .store li. ' call, "l.iscuits for L.Huber&Son Jewelers & Opticians w u d&Sl- - ht, tender biscuits toasty br.n.n and all puffed up with goocl::iv;I For mother is sure ot her halving powder Calumet. She never disappoints us heeause Yi s "3mCiIP $&&&& miv Now la SS Jeweiery Silverware Fine Watch Repairing Location "ZZz&tvs??Z. powoe kino BAKING POWDER ALdJflflET dependable. At 648 S. Fourth LOUISVILLE, KY. ThIr Nw never disappoints her. vili tthvays lm same Try tt. It's Results C. C. the best. otli-dal- ly ATTOUN Williams A W 1IT.VEKNON.KV. Calumet contains only sucli inure- dlcuts as lme been npproved b the U.S. Fond Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. OFFICE.- - Onacd.floorof. Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten HIGHESTS v, TAKING FOW lcccg 'PNONK 80 tlnn iiunn rnllirtlons. Located 011 good pike, one mil? from thriving little town of Mck'innoy with its graded school, Hue cliiuche.-- , hank, stores, iiiill.8liiiiing point on Southern aiuUplendid citizenship Tho iir.pioveincnts consist of elegant 112 story residence of five rooms and three nhove, three poiehcw. good .cellar, etc, Kxtm 'large slock Imrn, Toliacco barn 9G.G0 and all necessary outbuilding.-- ; orchard; HO stalls. well at house, springs etc. well watered; Heautiful shade and approach to this choice home. All of this farm lies exAll in grass except ceedingly well and all of it good tolmcco. corn, cte., laud. ei'dit acres for tobacco and 25 acies for corn this year; 20 acres in wheat; 15 acres iiuiats and all sown to grass with splendid stand; 35 acres in meadow and 12 acres iu blue grass sod. l'V: On account of Mr. Ware's health ho will IMMEDIATE T look after fanning uiiv longer. And he is game enough to take what not bo able to it will bring. It will bo an ABSOLUTE SALE FOIt THE HUill DOLLAR or limif. Tlio hridlo is off. YOU say whatsit is worth. without reserve, We simply suggest the terms . Theio. has been more stuff frd on this farm than llich nnd on any threo farms of ita size in the county. She is a PKAt 11 boys, ready to l'mich and get big returns. "fertile, The wiso man looks at land and buys it before tho other fellow realizes its value. We invite iho closest inspection. Look it over carefully before sale day. The more you look the more you will bid. It is the right size farm, splendidly improved, iu fine neighborhood, lino dirt. Tho peivonal property consists of one pair splendid work mnlca; two pairs splendid yearling mules; two mares and mule colts as good as an body's; ono old IVavino gelding, well broke; ono good mule jack; one jennet and jennot colt; six good milk cows, all fresh; two yearling steers; 15 nice shunts, weight about 1'. 0 pounds; about 100 barrels of picked corn iu ipiantitioH to suit purchaser; binder, new; two mowing machines some baled hay and straw; one John and other farming tools too numerous to mention; nlso lot of household and kitchen furniture. An ideal homo, close to school, churches railroad, etc. You will be proud to call it your own. If it rains on sale day the sale will be hold in tho immense barn. Remember the day nnd hour WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2nd, at 10 A. M., nnd be on hand promptly, Dinner on tlio grounds. Terms exceedingly liberal and mndo known on day of sale. For full particulars, see, write or phono either F, M Ware or 11, S. Scudder at McKinney, Ky or lie-locon-tainin- g 'F, by-bi- d e 1. W. BETHURUA &s lpaDGyxx ATTCKNKY AT LAW MT VKUNON, HY. Will practice in all lb courts. Office on Churcb btreet Col. JOHN B. D1NW1DDIE on tho Dlock hughbs & Mccarty STANFORD, KENTUCKY -- A; ,J.Ft. ilr M SIGNAL Mt.VkNN, KVMny ai, 1920 . up "No. 70" wnenrf. Commtinl. J wnnt to HinNAL (, vy w' rK xvltlt -- T. VE It N 0 N LounvaLC mkm A NAtHvuit n n Co. TIME TABLE. v t 2 21 2U 21 tiortu.; uortn south South Phone No. 8. 5 18 p m 8:35 am 12:33 V m 12:45 a m Jas. Landkum, Agent. Kntt-rfi- l lit the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poto'Bci mall mutter. m atronil-ciM- i PERSONALS Mrs. Juuus Oits left Thursday for Montirello. Miss Julia Fish wns home from Lmikvillo Sittunluy nml Sunday Jo.-s-o Mcnrlown was home from Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dullard, of Covington, spent part of the week with G. M. Ii..llard and family, Mrs. H. T. Yt.ung ntni babiup, Pauline and Hester Louise, went to Loxlngton Thursday to spend a few days. Miss Graco Anglln, who has boon attending Burea Col lego, is horo to day to tako county teacher's examination. Miss Amolia Harnett, of Hartford, Ky , is with her sister, Miss Norino Harris Harnett, for exercises. . Dr. Payne still has his office over the Langford restaurant and .is ready to do your denial work. All work guaranteed. Misses Hazel and Nina Albright, Ella Belle and Elizabeth Newland motored over from RrotUmad and spent thn day with Miss Jo DavK Mcsd. tines Flod Miller aid Minnio Anderson. Misses Malt-Chcsiiut and Virginia Crawford were in Stanford shopping Saturday. J. J. liuliiuruin wos in Mt. Vernon Wednesday, driving a row Franklin car. Mr Bethuruin is now in the garage business in 11 e it IT WAS In A FRIEND Squire Robert fivnns it moving his family to tho west end of town. WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH Wile STAY L DIC IlAIl.HQADMAN HUN .DOWN UK COULD HARDLY JOB-KE- ELS Miss Rosa Cnrtcr, of Lntigrord Station, tit tide the highest grndc in examination for diplomas, frtiu When Children Grow Palentul iVAS SO eighth grade. Listless Tlieir Blood May Says ON THAT CHILD? LASTING STYLE THAT'S THE POINT cardboard Suit case may look as well as a leather one I KE NEW MA MAN NOW "Tanlac certainly proved Ic he a friend in need to mo, for when I started taking it I wns in a badly run down condition, but now I Dr. A. G. Lovcll relumed from Bo Weak his week in Louisville, with the Stale Hoard of Health on Mqn-do- PEPT0MANGAN MAKES RED BLOOD coining by way of Prnnkfoit to visit Mr. and Mrs. R II. Sold by Druggistt In Liquid Miller. nnd Tablet Form Both A Corbin tc m.o his patents one day hist wcJc. Judge- John C. Chenault v.is here fioin Richmond utteiidinu .cot rj. laot weel'. - Mullins cuino houe from Fr.t k.'ort liibt woe'e to bo William with his family R. H. Mnchael is ut In mo from Norton, Vu., to spend 11 few days with his family. William Meadows, of Cincinnati is the guest of his cousin, Miss Tuesday night from Washington. D C, where in ?us Ina Meadows". ing the National Convention of Mrs Win Poyntor is visiting Church been-Attend- Danville. Val Freeman Jr., of Birmingham, Ala. was here last wet'k visiting his sister, Mrs J.T. Mead ows and father, V. P. Freeman, of Pine Hill. W. C. Viars and family drove over from Scaffold Cmio Monday They to the Fiirm;rs meeting are very much interested in better fur in in?'. Rev. D. A. Webb came homo tho Southern Baptist Mrs. Thompon iu Mrs. Bettie Hansel who has C ab Orchard this week. hero for a month or more with Mi(s. G. G. Soiulci, cf North her children, was called to Wilton Sa'ei'n, 1 .d., is hero visiting lii-- r to get acquainted with her d daughtor, which recently children and many friei d. arrived nt the homo of Mr. and Mr and Mrf. K. J. Anderson, and Mrs. Bennett Barnott. with of Dei ea, spent the week-en- d at Get ri'ady for the Clean-U- p M innie Anderson. Mr? Klmwocd Cemetery Wednesday. Dick Mullins left Tuesday for Greenwood, S. C. with a Ford to be delivered in that city. Cant. Clayb'irue Th nrp has beeu called back lo Frnnltfort and Deo Cummins will succeed A man i3as old as hl9 organs; he him. can ha aa vigorous and health at Mr. and Mrs. George Sumner 70 as at 35 if he aids hia organs in are hero from Harlan to see Mr. performing their functions. Keep Sumnei's mother, who is very your vital organs healthy with sick hjr daughter, great-gran- MAN'S BEST AGE GOLD MEDAL Montr back without que it on U HUNT'S Salv. falli in the treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA. RINOWORM, TETTER or tkln other Itchlnr box di.eaiea. Try at our rl.k. '5 cent ECZEMA- !vJ,Pioneer Drug Stoie $mm gIS2DGSI The world's standard remedy for kldnej, liver, bladder and uric add troubles elnce 1690; corrects disorders; stimulates vittl organs. All druggists, three size;. box Look for Ina name Cold M.d.l on sad accept n imitation tho Same In MediciO. K. W.il'en, cf nrodhend, was hero Wednesday morning after nal Quality the heavy rain of tho night be When your child jloses color, foil, driving his Oakland car, amenjoying the t ct. of health," bought from tho Uockcastle ga nets and talks without spirit, and does not play liko othor children, said Frond Walters, i81( I'(ollrairCnn Monthv. act quickly. Ohio, an employe street, Toledo. Prof. D H. Lyon, this placo, is If the condition is not a at tho Pennsylvania Huilnmd one of the ten members of the disease but merely due to shops. tpiito a while I hud boon State Uoartl of Exninimrs nnd poor blood, give is just tho suffering with stumach tioiiblo,'' will be in Frankfort next wink, Glide's of applicants tonic for pale, thin children whoso added Mr. Woltcrs. "Mynppetite grading papers needs rebuilding. It is a pleasant-tastinwas so poor I had to force down from all over the State. Prof. D. 11. Lyon received a simple combination of overy mouth full I ate aud espec-allin tlu nnrnings ivlun I sel- tlegram today that Hon. George exactly the ingredients that indom nte any breakfast ut all, Colt in has had to cancel all com. crease and enrich the blood. A good Beneficial results show almost usually drinking only a cup of niencement engagement coffeo The littlu I did mannngc speaker will bo supplied foi tho atonce in brighter eyes, blooming cheeks, a springly step, aDd tho to eat soured almost atonce and occnsioiu Miss Naiinio Tnylor, who was whole system made more vigorgass pressed against my heart an at times it was ilillicult for mo to in Langdon School several years ous. is obtainable in n breathe. 1 also suffered with and has ninny friends in Mt. sovere headaches nearly ull the Vernon, has been vUiting rela- liquid or tablet form, which ever time and at times would have tives and friends hero this week proves most convenient. Both dizzy spells when it wns just Miss Tailor now has' a good por- - forms possess identical medicinal about all I could do to krep from ition as stenographer in Cincin qualities. There is but one genuine Pepto falling. I was unable to get but nati, where her parents have got up in made their home for two years. Mungan and that is "Gudo's." little sleep and ulwnjs Ask your drnggist for "Gude's" tho mornings feeling tired and 150 YOU.I BUST. and look for the namo "Gudo's" worii'Out. Not being able to eat Everyone should do all ho can on the package. If it is not there scarcely anything and loss, of was to provido for his family and in it is not sleep with my. other trouble urder lo do. this he must keep his Advertisement. telling ou me and I began to strength very fast,"and finally it physical system in tlio best con possible. No one can was tust about all I cotrtu. do tu( dition roasjnably hope to do much do my work at the r.iilroad shops. A. M. Hiatt, Dr. W. F Carter "I hud tried several different when he is half sich i good share und Larlun Hicks motored over I( you are constipa inediunes without receiving any of the ti Hi". from Brodliead yesterday. benefit from thcin, when one of td, bilious or troubled with Wedding bells are beginning get a package of Cham the boys at the shop who hud benefited by Tanlac beilain s Tablets and follow tho to ring around the old town been greatly advised me to give it a trial, and plain printed direction, and you again. More particulars later. Dr. M. K. Pennington will bo as ho was so loud in his praise will soon be feeling all riight at Dr. Carter's office in Brodhead. about it I decided to take his and able to do a day's work. advice Well, sir, to make along Warmer weather means shirts on Thursday, May 27th to do story short, it proved to bo the for out of doors. Get yours at dental work very thing I needed, and it was Fish's. The Baptist congregation closed only a short whilo before I had u their very successful meeting on Tho quart of whisky taken spjendid appetite and now I can 1'riday night with a total of forty-thre-e anything I want without from the home of Grover Sowder eat just additions. lath, was proven by 1 on April its hurjinjj moapiirticle pTMrs. ZeUaC Sowder's latest fof'raedfcaT always got a good night's sleep by both courls to be photo play, entitled 'Whiskers" only. feeland got up in tho mornings a two reel comedy is being ing fine and ready for a good days Yes, thero will be a Fair. in played by Fatty Arbuckle. work, which I can now do with Mt. Vernon this year. Retnctn- If business won't come to you ease. iutiiac lias matte mo ber.tho date August then it's up to you to go aiior worth living to me, und I will the 'business. Use some adveronly be too glad to recommend it tisement space in the Signal. jrwra t,W-IMF whenever I have an opportunity" If your hay machinery noeds Tonlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by repairs, see Fish today. by deop-seate- d -- but time tells. PISH'S $33.75 . "r-'o- Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- n ?39.75:c g, $49.00 i.iu" tl SMaaaaaaaaa y SPECIAL CLOTHES Have the style that comes from quality Pepto-Mango- lasting.style. They look as well months later as the day you buy them. Come I And See All The New ,. . Pepto-Mangu- n. lo-- e -- -- . LOCALS Things. For Spring. - Hv ".SEARaaraaWVafBVaaaaCfia jfWlS Fish's A'.'i I 3 CJ Special 1iIII 1 ffJP "jl.iHBaff1 2S WBfcBr VernoN. THE ONE-PMCE CASH STORE s OF MT.VERNON BANK MOVED O T TV '.' 11-1- 3 s 3 Chas. C. Davis, in Brodliead The Brodliead Phcy., and in ingston by R. G. Webb. Liv- .ry f 2 irlelps Sick S 5$ WANTED On May J 7- -- 50 office Women m: MEN Call at FOR SPARK'S QUARRY Mt. Vernon - Good Wages. 'J. aa rLven to Tiniest Leak can't afford to let YOU that golden creamany escape in the milk. If you know where the leak is you are going to stop it. We can show you how thePrimrose stops the tinieEt leak. The Primrojc Crenm Sepa rator skims clean to the very last drop. It is simplicity itself in operation. The Primrose is the only cream separator which doesn't obstruct the cream outlets in the bowl with a cream screw. Running quickly over a few subof the other high spots stantial supply can, heavy tinware, close-skimmin- toe W. tl HI I SPARKS CO. faaa . . -. . 4 vA ,m-;- i Cardui. he woman's tonic, helped Airs. Wil- tfTsI Hani Evcroie, of Hazel xHf paiclt, Ky. Read what M she writes: "I had a general breaMng-sJow- n JS3 of my Iieallh. I was in yU bod for weeks, unable '!"-"$Cd up. 1 had such ! A-jweakness end dizziness, and tha pains were 53 ?v HA very severe A frijnd j 3 G Vp J ... 'IB m ayK - ; II aMB aaaaa vSi uaicmv . . . ccon it .t$ 'me . . cawA'tcr . C-". In I mr .-.....V !' 'C I l;nd (rind PVPrv. .... l,yj tlZiKl l.K 1 why net , tiiti, ar.u helping ' V 12 bottles, rMi . am strong ana v.eu." Eifft 1 ..w.J K0 ma UiJAlU vm o- - j motorists report they, have been picking up tacks iu their tires on tho streets of this n town This is a dirty act of the one who put the tacks In the road and the party or parties who did it should bo arrested and 'prosecuted. It is the duty of anyone who knows wh-- tho guilty ones are to notify the offi cers and have this business stop ped. hnos crrAccn. ?.. CH'.S.U ll.HK13.V1ea.Prt. A FAMILY MEDICINE K.ri.UND.jEY.SceV. am ugont for the great AmerI I soil Company. ican Herb Indian Herb Tablets. 180 in a box, for $t.oo. Wo recommend thorn as an excellent bowel and liver regulator. A written guarantee 4k I have a goes with each box. A IIECULAHLY INCORPORATED I.NSVr.UllOfl CP just received. fresh supply, LOUISVIIJX, KCOTUCKY Po.toffico Send mo a dollar and 1 will mail 321 GUTHRIE STRIXT, North of Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students you a box. request. Mullins. W. D. ecure Practical, Paying Results. Catalo3ue sent upon Withers, Ky. Some low-dow- Rockcastle Hnfpl - CORNE R '. SfC V rZ37Ztf7 Wii jTzrz? &fsiFrp 7st Commercial School I2t-i-2- i. 2XE TVgTSSg: 4, 4. iSfTTVi 4. TXZTXT. II $Pr U HHRHh lESQIHH I Tlie Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz-z- v. g bowl, high- est grade material, simple driving mechanism, all parts oiled by splash from supply in gear case, sanitary frame. There are several exclusive features whose values are obvious on a demonstration. We want to explain every one, and show how they all tend to save you that valuable cream to the last valuable drop. You are in the dairy business to make money. You need the warm skim milk for feeding. Letthe Primrose help you. The size of your herd in no way affects the ratio of profit. Tho Primrose saves on the gallon you can figure your profits. BuuPainihyihe Daylight netfiod In buying paint get one that comes out "in broad daylight" and tells you what it contains. The formula printed on every package of Haanas Green Seal Paint leaves no doubt or mystery about this paint. It's good by analysis as well cs by reputation. '' if HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT will givo you maximum SERVICE. It protects, beautifies, and saves repair bills. Then don t just "paint" your property have it 'Preen-Seal-ed." (Dealer's Name and Address) r worn-out- ? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not It give Cardul a trial? should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands ol other women who suffered It should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardul. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardul. Back of Your Success success ' Three things are essential to your A A 1 A Bank Bafance Bank Acquaintance Bank Credit ; w 1 8 Build and maintain these three essentials at the Peoples Bank . i i i 51 1 Our officers are ready to ' co-opera- te- ti 1 with you.. nt All Druggists W. H. ROWN'6n BOLD BY ShaferS Roberfs UU0U11.IU,KY. " I YV4 i 4 TVTTV IJEg 2gZT 3 tI XX mmrmmixn 111 wi mwm -- waa (HANDLER SIX Famous For Its Marvelous Motor i T H fi R S ii n Mtilllin Is iw mMMwaartiifiaiwwii m i hi ii nm ii i m i" guests of the latter's : iur, mr .Mattio Minims sat. unuy night and SunJuy. Rev. TnnrriHS Durham was in East 11. Monday. li 'I'nstudt J. Mullins ind son, Forrester, wcio In Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bskor nt work at Bern-s'o- dt Friday Kstill Mullins wns In Mt Vernon Satur day Hnrvo Richnioul and f unity of Connors viilo, Iuct ., have moved here and will rent J. H. Roberta farm Mr. Roberts and f unity will go to Ind. to make tlitir future home. There tins heon several caves of flu here Reduce the High Cost of Living BY lately, but most every one better at this writing.- - Mrs Knmiolt M ullins was taken to London and wnsnp?rn'eri nn for appendicitis nnd is said to bo uottin.,' i to ig ns wjII as coitltl be oxpt'ctcu Mr ami Mrs. Estil! Mul Ins wr-uttt'St- Becoming a Regular Welch Customer have j s of Ins of attained THE Chandler car hassteadfast and held its of worthy policies. pursuance all sixes, by Why the Chandler Holds' Its Leadership leadership place Mrs J H Mttllins Snturdni night Some f3w have plnn'.rd corn in this sertioi. Mis Sarali A and Ornco Mullins won1 guests of Mrs. Mattio Mullin Cody Parle i f fin-B"rrstndt, was the guest of bis sister, Mrs. Ben Mullins yutur t parent!, Mr mul Stind.iv a lev Seed Potatoes left as long as they last we will sell them at . beed Potatoes andj We just $4-00 day night and Sun lay. Per bu. Featuring this sturdy chassis is the famous Chandler motor, brought to a plane approximating perfection through these years of reOnement and development. Nearly eighty thousand Chandler owners know the excellence of this motor. They know Its power, and tho flexibility of Its power. They know They know it its endurance. They know its economy.ever wish or dareaffords all the to use. They speed that any responsible driver would on mountain roads it leads the way up. know that On this one chassis arc mounted six handsome and comfortable types of and splendidly finished and body, built by America's best cushioned. You Will Be Delighted WitH a, body-builde- rs There is but one Chandler car, ore Chandler chassis. To that chassis, for seven years, have been devoted the ambitions and the engineering ability and the sincere purposes of its builders. BOONE HOLLOW Mrs. Mary Ganv was tho guest of hor (laughter Saturday. Miss Dcala Gill was at Miss Bessie Reams, Saturday night There is hts of farming going on at Misses Etliul Helton, present and Sallio Fain, Joe S and Oscar II , from Pine Hill, were the gucjts of Mrs Addie Reams. Saturday; also some of the Pine Hill boys will be at tho Maple Why Cement Cow Peas 50 lb. Lard Pay More $f6.00 hundred 4.50 4.75 LOO bag Binder Twine Hen Feed Chick Feed Roofi ng Get your roofing! before it goes higher Galvanized Ked and n ii JQ Square Chandler SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Seven-Passcncer Touring Cur, 31995 Yaur-riiiscniici Four-Passeng- er Roadster, 31915 . Seveti'Passcnser Sedan,, J2yyS . .. . . Alt Coupe, PrUtif. o. b. Cltvclcna, Ohio) 2i5 Grove meeting, Satuiduy niiiht and Sunday. s Miss. Cisio is at her mother's, on a vis. it from Covington The people of Mnple Grove are going to be greitly shocked s on by a wed- Bfaswwff ,rv"rWCTf6vrl)ui nvmiu withheld .iru Cum-min- 7.00 bushel 12.50 Green Oats Plain Asphalt (3 ply) $3.75 $3.25 ...Harness. When needd BRYANT BROS. CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO SOLD BY ujm If HUNTS Silv. hilt la tht treatment ef ITCH. ECZEMA. RINGWORM, TETTER or mmu Montr btek without qocttloa othtf Itthlnr tkla dlieatti. Try a 75 cent box t our rltk. i your harness or repairing, when you need a new nYDPioneer Drug Store pail, it will pay you to see our harness msk-emake good harness nnd r. He knows how to at good prices. Why a Majority of the Smaller Cars Come on Goodyear Tires Last year more cars using 30x3-- , 30x3V2-- , or 31x4-inc- h tires were factory-equippe- d with Goodyear Tires than with any other " OIL ' Stoves Get your wife an oil stove before time. canning She will he able to do more and better Fairbanhs'Morse "Z" Engine tvith Bosch Magneto kind. This is plainly a result of the high relative value produced in these tires for the smaller cars by Goodyear's enormous resources and scrupulous care. Tke Greatest Combination message WHEN the full meaning of this "Z"this mightp fe farmers in com-munitp canning if she does not have to work in a hot kitchen on a hot day. Bring your wife to our store and let her select which tho will oil tit Will 30x3'2 I I They represent the same intense endeavor to supply utmost satisfaction in tires that has laid the basis for the marked preference which exists everywhere for Goodyear Tires in the larger sizes. This real Goodyear value in tires is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, oir other car using one of these sizes, at our nearest Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. stove needs best Ruit at once call on us. 5Trus example of master must be seen. 5Tvpe and pictures can but suggest this value establishing achievement. 5 This one possible betterment Bosch high tension, oscillating magneto completes a rare engine service, fulty maintained by with a nearby Bosch service us in station. J Prices VA H. P., $75.00 3 H. P., $125.006 H. P., $200.00 all F. O. B. Factory. will fail to engine-building her individual W a go n.s $140. $145. Better hurry if you don't want to pay $20, more foryour wagon i mi ' - t r i i i ...-.- .- - ei Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric. AIIAVeather Tread Z 30x3'i X . J 5 SO fabric, Antl-Ski- Goodyear d Single-Cur- e Tread Z 1 ?0 Goodyear Heavy Tourlit Tube are thick, trrone tubei that reinforce casings properly. Why riik a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Touriit Tubes cost little more than tubes of lest merit. 30x3'$ tbe in wafer- 50 proof tnr.. ?r-W 2 3 3-- 4 inch Complete inch Complete $f f V Et fJ Sa ,i f Vft sH9 M trL Bfr EA SSsm! J DEPARTMENT KENTUCKY'S WELCH S STORE GREATEST COUNTRY STORE SOLD BY BRYANT BROS e; BER A, KY, Q