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Mount Vernon signal: September 24, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920092401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 24, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r U . 0- K K w .ij. ri. T , . .1 - (' Big Agricultural and School fFair, MbVernon, October 2 Located on BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booneway iiit No. 50 C Centrally Located between Cincinnati, Knoxville & Louisville FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" . Established 1887 33rd Year Mt Vernon, O Rockcastle County, Kentucky it Friday Afternoon, September 24, OLD LANCASTER FIRM, TO QUIT BUSINESS. 1 920 Price $1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE lead off with u three hanger, and two men on base Immediately after this name closed our bows walloped Ciab Orchard by a score of 12 to o. I'lwuc pitching returned to her home at Divton and kept the visiting team gtiess-- j Ohio Friday after visiting licr ing, for he .sure pitched somu ball grandparent Mr. and .Mrs John Wullen was "Johnny on the spot Winkler and othor relatives. in outer field, getting every ball Ktliel Wheelden nnd thnt enmo his way. The best Mrs Granville O.vons wore in Li.icis-to- r games of tho season havo been Monday. More thin live pluyed between these two tennis. hundred soldiers c imped on fair No argument, and all seem to be Lost on: ground here Monday night. pleased with results. Thuy wore from Camp Knox and ihohlreetof Brodhead between, way on their South. the residence of O. A. Frith and' wero Misses Susio Hicks and Elno-r- a It. H. llamm on Thursday of' Frith and Dan Grey motored last week a baity locket and chain I to Mt. Vernon Friday of last finder will please return same to J.C.Lcc and week Will Harp is with his.sis.. liitlo Inez. Itohhis Mr. II J.Jones wore here last week tor Mrs. Arch. ajbright. nnd Mrs. W R Rigsby, of Nicli Irom Albany Alabama guests of olnsille, visitod rol.ilivos hurc Rev and Mrs. J. W. Masters from Saturday until Monday. -- Mrs F.M. Bryant and daughters in Mrs. Mary Johnson was" here Misses Frona and Hdilh were of the week with hot Cincinnati shopping first of the first daughter.", Mrs. Ellon Brooks week. Miss Susio Tyreo, only John child or Mr. and Mrs, Jim Tyree. and Mrs. Kd Sturgeon Rigsby was up from Ciab Or- died at hor home across the river chard Monday. Dr. and Mrs. Wednesday morning, after a few Georgo Payne Of Wildie are vis- days illness of Typhoid. She was iting thuir uncle, J. W. Tato, just in the prims of lifo and tho Miss Rissie Oliver is w uks' wilir fniiir.s in n few Miss .loo Davis is the Berea. k'uest of her sister, Mrs Waller Mrs Zelina Wo.ivor Robins. - (000K0KKK000-Brodhead News ooooooooooo-ooo o co-chh-o-o-c? LET ME BE A FRIEND v Public Health Nurse Fund 150-5- TOMAN Samuel IV. Foss "There ore hermit souls thnt live withdra?p In the place of their discontent: W&W: There are souls like stars that dwell apart, '''fit"' ' ' ill' In a fellowless firmament ; There are pioneer souls that blaze their paths SB- ' J" Where highways never run, But let me live by the side of the'road. And be n friend to man. Let me live in a house by the side of the road & Where the race of men goes by, j the men who are good and the men who are baa;As good and as bad as I. I would not sit iu the scorners seat. Nor hurl the synic's ban, . T At 1: -- J I .. .1 f I J L.ei me uvi: in r nuuse uy we stue uit me iuuu "aV,f-JAnd be a fneiii to man. - StT si I see from my house by the side of the roadj&'v By the side of the lijJhway of life, The men who Dress with the ardor of hoDe And the men who are faint with the strife ; M But I turn not away from their strife or their, tears,'; Both parts of an infinite plan ; JIBR' Let me live'in mv house hv the side of the rondli,?t. And be a friend to man. 1j$S xsr-'i- L I know there are hreok Llnddened meadows ahead c'&!&t 28P and cousin, Mrs. James Devault this week. Dr. Payno Is doing ;? , dental wok whilo. here. Miss .jMt Clyde Watson was at homs.from. parents are heartbroken. They have tho sjmpathy of tho entire Community iu this, their saddest Mours. Lloyd and Joppy, AduiusTfColestoaWStephensAand1 And mountains of wearisome height ; Tlinf tlm IUUU lnrtrlo Ull 11IIUUKHIt 4IliC iUIlK UlLUilllUU K i nffnnAlrtT nl 1CUU3 nn li mil il tin X11UL W1U J ftii4nlii utvuy iu 4ltf infill, ntinr f mc tft4lt inu aitcii;iica 'fffiti But still I rejoice when the travelers rejoice And weep with the strangers that mourn ; , Nor live in my house by the side of the road Like a man who dwells alone. ''iw: . A Ml?6mor?rTnfPrIday y f - Sunday. William Kommus, and Mother aud little son, Franklin arrived Monday from Middletou Mr.aud Ohio to reside here. Mis. Brack King and children of Hond,nro with her sister Mrs. Arch Albright. Mrasd Will'um Miuphy, Mrs. William Rammus aud nepl.ow Alvin Murphy weru of in (Jrab Orchard Thursday last week aud whilo there purchased from Mr. Brown a well equipped soda fountain which will i.o installed in the Routiners Muiphy restaurant and will bo operated by Alvin Murphy, who is an oxtj-r- t iu that line and can mix any and all kinds of cool and refreshing drink. Kev. and Mrs. George Ctuldros spnnt a portion the week in Brush Creek. Mr. aud Mrs. A M, Uiatt, have returned from a wuslts visit in Louisville -- brodhead ball team was in finu trim Sunday and defeated Sparks Quarry by a score of batters 23 to 2 Payno nnd 1'ike fur Brodhead, Drew aud Federates for Sparks Quarry. boys all played good ball, Brod-bead Robert Nowcomb enlisted in the Army nnd left Tuesday with the Mr. soldiers that camped here. and Mrs. J.R.Cass, Mrs. Owen Cuss and children, Lester and lmv. wero in Stanford Sunday. Mrs.. Perry Crizordied at her home in Charleston West Virgin-uia- , at 12:20 o'clock Monday mor ing after an illness of six weeks MrsOrier before hernial ringo was Miss Peachie Albright, sec ond daughter of uncle Billy of this place, and was reared bore. She was married to Whim Ada ins and to this union htvcr.il children were born, only three survive her, 'joppy, Lloyd aid Mrs Mattie Bowling all of whom wove here for tho burial. Her remains were brought here Wednesday afternoon and taken k the homo of her sister. Mrs. 0. V. Jarrett. and laid to rest at Piney Grove Ccmetry Thurs-dtmoruing. An aged father, husband, three children, two brothers, Albert and Jop Albright a sister, Mrs O. V. Jarrett, several step sisters and brothers aud a host of other relatives a ro left getting two homo runs, to mourn her loss. We extend Jarrett one with bases lull. Adams again our heartfelt sympathy to all. MaSi They are good, they are bad; they are weak, they, are strong; Wise, foolish ; so am I. Then why should I sit in the scoffer's seat And hurl the synic's ban ? Let me live iu my house by the side of the road And be a friend to man." One of Lancistor's oldest nnd $ best known firms to quit busi.Amount up to last issue 5 00 District No. 25V. .' ness. Fish, Jesse 5 00 " In this Issue is advertised for Sadio Parsons, 62... 5 00 " salo at auction of Haseldcn Hm. ColiaHlatt. 49 5 00 " entire stock of Hardware, Imple52 J.W. Riddle, " 5 00 ments and etc, on noxt Mouda Mary Jones, 7 ; " 5 00 6 at 1O.3O A. M. This firm has be Lela Mullins, on in business in Lancaster for over thirty years' and has one ot the largest stocksof general har-- ' ware and implements in Cen'' Ky Any ono interested in s desirable going bu.sincss COUNTY COURT CIUCU1T COUNT with an established business aud reputation will do well to nttcM 'iidgc B. J. Bothurum, Judge Cam Mullins. this sale. See ad in this is'suo. S. D. Lewis. County Atty. Somerset. Clerk S. F. Bowman. T. J. Niceley, Uerk Mt. Vernon. Tip Langford. Sheriff Friends of George O. Barnes in G. S. Jailor Wade Liwesay. Muster Commissioner Rockcastle County: Tax CbnimissU ior- - (J..T. Sfgm oh CriffiSrMirVernon. Your help is asked to mark W. W. Durham. Fund F.E. Miller, Survoyor the graves of Evangelist George Trustee Jury Mt. Vernon. Coroner Jack A. Jones. O.Barnes and his., wife. Do not days. 1st Monday in Tan. fail to havo part in this, memorial COUNTY BOARD OF 4th Monday in Apr. 24 days. to tho man who labored in staEDUCATION. 12 days. 3rd Monday in Aug. son nnd out serving our Lord Mrs. Alice Davis, Supt. MT. VERNON and blessing all men. VV. H. Carmical. J. O. Scoggins, Suporvison. Sand your contribution today, Police Judge Div. No. 1. Sam Filds, Burr. it is needed just now, as the Clerk E. S. Albright. Div. No. 2. E. L. Skid more, should be in place this Fall. Marshall P. D. Debord. stone Brodhead. W. B. Sigmon. Send to E.C Walton, Treasurer Chairman Board Div. No. 3. Geo. Bullock, F. E. Miller, Members of Board Stanford, Kentucky. Hansford. Johnny Clontz, Elmer Porc'tful, Div. No. 4. L. T. Cliff. O. D Bryant. Pine Hill. Tho Herbert Cox wagon works '. R. Mullins, Div. No. 5. no joke. Mechanical experience in Wither. machine works of large cities wi A little more red blood and loss IX. X. nuucjr, U1V. iNO. O. materially assist in develop red flag is needed everywhere Disputanta. ment of this industry and placa Elijah Abuey, TruantDfficer,- product . nff.an " nnrkbt. ' 1 h1 DIRECTORY --- 12 MWe-- - - 11 j te f ' Cemetery Fund Continued from last wtolc. G. W. Davis $ i.s 00 10 00 j J. Pish French is said to be very sick Mrs. Eortner Mink and children of near Hopo Well spent last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mullins. Proving 1000 M.CMiller G.!R Ferguson 15 00 lo 00 Leehleiter E.J A mistako was inado last week in this list. Mr. Tip Langford gave 50,00$ and thru a typographical error ho was credited with only io, oo. THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT WITHERS - y INHERITANCE f? TAX ik. T Executors Must hie Rcpprt Willi State Tax Commissioner Frankfort. Ky, July 1, jJ2o Hon. Cam Mullins, County Judge, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: -- Permit us to call your attention to tho provisions of Chapter 44, page i05, of tin Acts of tho Genoral Ass( mhly ol igSO, which provide that every itauce tax, hut tho law ropuues that these reports and settlement should bo filed with this Com mission regardless of the amount of the estate Will you pleaso call tho attention of personal repr pualifying and making settlements in your court to tie provisions of this law iu ordor that they make these reports promptly and probably avoid tho penalties being assessed against interested parties upon their failure to make such reports. Sincerely yours, Slato Tax Commission, J. A. Scott. NOTiCB Premiums will bo given on the best rogistetcd uulc I105 of any breed, at tho County School Pair at Mt, Vortion on Saturday, Oct 2, and nok on Durocs only. All hogs should bo brought in rrates as they can be shown best In crates. Livo Stock Comtmltse. W personal representative, appointed or qualifying in your court, must file a copy of all appraisements, salo bills and settlements with tho Stato Tax Commission in order to aid them hi determining tho inheritance taxes that tuny ho duo. You aio probably awure of tl e fact that n great many of these estates will not bo due an luhor- - Tho best advertisement any merchant can havo is a satisfied eustouior.No greater recommen dation can bo given an article tlian the following by E.B.Mil-burn- , Prop., Guion Drug Store Guion, Ark. "We have sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for years and havo always found Hon Mullins was in Livingston that it gives perfect satiafaction." Monday Mrs. Bert Mullins and children spent from Saturday Livingston until Monday with her parents Killing Mr. and Mrs Jones Durham of In a shooting scrape nt LivingMiss sallie Prico spent Dango. ston, Sunday morning, between the week ond in Livingston with Virgil Mullins, son of tho late her sistoi Mrs. Fred Mullhis John Mullins, Bert and Jamos and attonded the teachers ussocia French, Beit French was killed, tion. -- Mrs. Roscoe Andorson of the mule that Mullins was riding Winchester is with her parents was killed from under him and Mr. and Mrs. J II. Mullins and Mullins received two wounds bi other Estill Mullins this week. Mullins surrendered immediate Mr. nnd Mrs. Denney of Rich- ly und was brought to Mt. Vermond has returned homo after a non where ho received medical fow day visit to hor parents Mr. attention and was plae:d iu jail. and Mrs. Thus. Daugherty. Born jd to the wife of Estill Mullins Sopt. 14 a boy christened Field Artillery Mattie Mrs. Julian Everett. 83 Div. Mullins and daughters was tho guest of Sarah A. Mullins On Tuesday morning a permaSunday. Sunday School has nent firing squad of Field Artil-erbeen organized at Covo Rldgo consisting of five huudred We hopo thoy may have an over men with full epulpmont ot 75 Miss green Sunday school. guns, machinoguus, Caterpill-o- r Sallie Mullins was tho guest of tanks etc. Thoy woro onrouto Mrs. Estill Mullins Saturday. from Camp Knox to Camp Bonn-ing- , Mr. and Mrs. Wade Uullard ot Ga. Tho trip being mado at Covington have returned home the vato of 35 miles per day, but after u weeks visit with Mrs. bloivor progress was anticipated Ballards parents Mr. aud Mrs. T. thru tho mountains. R. Mullins. -- Chestur Mullins is very slrk this week, SALESMEN WANTED Rumor says thero will be a wedding iu LubricJting Oil, Grease, Paint, this part soon we might be mista- Specialties, Whoje or part time ken but we aro vory sure. Miss Commission basis. Samples freo. Minnie Durham spent last week Men with car or riir. Writo for with her gruud mother Mrs. , t le attractivo terms 'Rlversido Thos. Daughorty. Jones (Refilling Co., Cleveland, umo. Our Statements No doubt you have noticed in many of our advertisements we state that At Fish'sSpecmlSuits ARE THE BEST TO BE HAD AT THE PRICE sounds. and we mean big IT'S a be claim as strong as just w it it From I m I Camp Knox Fish's clothes on a man's back y I Copyright ll means his clothes are well tailored, without any slips in workmanship. JUnJxAaIfue& Mart m-- m The new fall suits are here. They are all wool. SEE THEM TO-DA- Y W Sl Special OTH"RfSbB0YS nil ) 9 ffiji i!i BBipig OUTFltlEflT-J3n VERNoN.i5ag3Cy THE ONK PRICK CASH STOKB MM wmammastmmmm J Dr. M.K. Pennington Dentist S;SSd- - &ttStmhtm'M'', t I..I. mm,mmr. .1 .' 1" ,! , .'..-- j'',.Mlir.- ', -- iw - .v... "OLD MBIT BW-BRAUGH- T ht r -- . HOPEWELL Arnold Mr.V'M ttx-i.- of Ml till h l'.I'M'JiNKV t l'(.ToNn. AMNU II I. A IK'S COL b rrrTnrr-ir- i '.I.', wmivv p iTJvwinwillinw . .. ,.,,. ,r rv.vviimillvnHvvinw W v ..L. ,- - . m m nr; n , u Hmmt n'minmxmtmtm'Mk0 rfmi t :ilnliy ) with n hi AND . ,Mr. THEDFORD'S cd with thoMok Corn Lady Says She Has Seen Medicate, White Haired Alaband Thedford' Black-Drau3aud Go But The "Old Reliable" Came and Stayed. rcconr.icm"ngTiicd-Strd' Married S pt. Ijtll 'i ,lMlir Scwdcr r.f this jilnve u:. Mr Aiittiii St,no.-toi- i of miii' JIumIumiI - School is pior3lnr n nici-l- ut tlii.s place wiih Miss riinni' Cummins n. toucher. Clara I 'arinio.il and tr. James Ariohl ar this pit ec Is ii n Jo'll cvimlt ml T IHAUIMIOIiA KIMKD IN M1UIIKIAN. Ntisvlt Ijhlt, Crfscvillo. Mlcl . sayn "I wisli tc think voti 'or uood in dicliii'. vonr Kritiiu I'hiiiiih.'rl.iin's f olii' and Duu-hoe- a licmi'dy Wi'iiro iiev.M wiilr mil it in Hi.1 house, and I .no sine our lia1' Hf- - tlm hi m it sa-i- 'd mer ' XXX Y)lS: SI Id 25 Ib ,- Fpetit und Sour stomacli ana sotr? Kn'uih .Sunday With Mrs amps Arnold Dultn". Ala.- -'n by taklns1 ,,cr ,ricnds and sick headache can be relieved ,:r iii.il Mrs. Matt Owjiis 't It aids digestion, also P I'arks, a wcll- -i ip 1 bundav nltfhl With tlie Iicre, Mtt.T. in throwing olf impuri litters I'toihor Mr. Gcorgo An said: "I am sslslsthe liver r.own J isknou County My, of .Mm, a 'iil nold. ties. I am g'ad to rccommciiu i Ijm1 J'rclty Milne up in years; my friends and ilernstiidt Im with her ilatightotH Pr3light, and do, 0 my ;iltc. 1 have seen medicines and tcrnc MrsWM Sowder ut this phce neighbors," -at come and go but the otJ reliable iicv. Janus Barnes will pivach is a stand Tlicdford's stayed, t am talking ot Black- at thu home of Mrs. Wm Whoa' a record oj have used ard household remedy with ihefiist Sunday in October at IVautfil.SlUvcr medicine we llon1' over seventy years of successful use, two o'd $.' uls0 t C3n be depended up tor years-o- ne one occasionally needs something of Mr WM. Arijold the socwd Every c i and one tbat will Jo work. Oftubpi at two i.Uock. to help cleanse the system of Impurities, Sunday of" rclieye will s, Mr Join Ktrhy of tlU plaoo Insist upon 1 rnd constipation it taken rifilit, and Jcow ftf Koad worlc, wurlcliiK ut Unrlan tjye gefiaine. J Iiave Jor saving h the or I uiei it. it is the best thing ing and I'd for tt At aij druggists. derof the day. Garden vogeta Um& for the full, uncomfortable fiintr Black-Draug- nuer meals. Ulack-Uraiml- Mts Mnry Carringtmi. Cnso ville, Midi., says, 'I Imc usrd Cltnml cilnin s Colic hiid Piarr-')pt lias Rf m d.y for yoar-ipi- 'l a altt'iijs w yiven prompt lolief." - Black-Draug- ht 4 le "Ulack-DraitK- lit Mi:t'n Black-Draug- Tlied-ford'- h ever NEW AGENCY FOR De Laval SEPARATORS CREAM -- Mow of all kind are very plenti ful and Uiu JWPpleospepinll) tLo women) are very Iniay panting ar.il storing away tilings to liv on through another cold winter Shtrlt-which wills- o i do here and Jtusel Carniical of this nlnco anent Sunday with their grand parents Mr. am Mra A Cummins at Mt. Vernon. -- Wo am havlmr some very pleasant - Diar Mr. Young aid Triinds at h nil'! -- I want to ti.ll vo i ihout our trip 'l'otn Mi. Vernon to Chi Mrs " f,n1' W''go cut' ci(j Pish, William and I l'.f homo Sumlny niornii g and il o o li 1'ianUfjirl; "(l riilsvilli' V Soy iiimir, lud t'uit niniit, n't .t aOO mile- - t'.itt day. 'I !)e ivm f. ii. lv arc inu Ii b'JttPPtliaii 1. -- Irflih between Now Altiatiy ui.d Se mour and bettor thin same we found ln.tweon Indianiijolis and Wo hid a i.'rii'foidsvilIo. glin.nsp of Mr, im Mrs f'Mil Gentry on the LouUvino New AlLotij BrlrtRO but poi Id not Date them hear us. Our next Kentuckians were Tilmnn Houk and family at Jamestown Jnd whero they arc ory comf jitibly situate4 Mpnday pigfH we spent in Attica Ind. on the Wabash llfrvi, l.cn we toolf our time on in to Qliioago Tuesday Wo are still riding on K.V. air, li.ivo only had one puncture all 5OO 1111k trip Osr plan is to leave lie re Friday and get back by Cii cinnnti which is an entirely different routo( Yours. WH PER BAG These are our contributions for next week towards combating the H, Cf L Wo have taken the. agency Jnr..the famous He Laval Cream Separators because we believe the Do Laval will do better work and last longer than any other separator made, and that it is by far the cheapest and most satisfactory machine to use. We have machines on hand at all times and will be pleased to demonstrate their superiority to any one. Wa have put in a stock of De Laval Oil and are in a position to Iook alter tlio needs of all users of old De Laval machines in this locality. Misses-Vinweather at this timo and Murgarot Kirby spent Sunday with Mrs Polly Sowchr. Viig!eaud. Kmest Arnold, spent Saturday night vlth their cousins Mace aud John Arnold. a FRUIT JARS in quantity I W.N. THOMPSON MARETBURG, KV. DESPONDENCY, Sufferers from indigestion are apt to become discouraged a'rid feel that complete recovery is n t to be hoped for. No one could msike a greater mistalro 3un. dreds have been permanently cured by taking Chamberlain's Tablets and lan now eat any thing that they crave.Th.esc tablets strengthen tlu stomach and enable it to perform its function naturaly.If you have not tried thein do so at once. Pish. For Sai.i: tf y farm, mir P.)n'o, oie hundred acres more or Nss. in houi r, to be surveyed, five-roc good barn, good chard and will watered. For price and tern s ste Mr.TipLaugford.Mi Vernon, 6jrs Ahpe Chruress. 01 gJ 1 j Griffin . mm :b r ' rnnmm t 1 mil 1 rL The Fordson Tractor Weight - 2,700 pounds Drawbar 12 Horsepower Belt 24 Fuel - Kerosene Engine - 4 Cylinder Automobile Type 10 Acres Plowing rate - 8 toper day Over the tractors being sold today are Fordsons and there are 30 different concerns making tractors. one-ha- lf i Low-Co- st :n ni ; i Mileage in Goodyea Tires for Small Cars There is no economy in buying bargains in tires offered at sensationally cheap prices when a e tire delivers mileage at a considerably lower rate of cost. Add the time and trouble occasioned by frequent replacements and it is so-call- ed 3 m i well-mad- 5 n il it . fully apparent why tire users, seeking real mileage economy, are not attracted to very cheaply priced tires. The popularity of Goodyear Tires, of to deliver exceptional mileage at low cost and consistently do so. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell, ' Eventually a Fordson will be doing your work. Why not now ? the 30x3-- , 30x322- - and 31x4-incsizes, is based on the fact that they are built h !i A FEW USES FOR THE W FORDSON Binder Untiling Cultivating Ditching Discing Freight Car Towing Hauling Harrowing Hay Cutting liny Raking liidut-tria- l Corn Shelling Corn Shreading Locomoiivo Log Hauling Land Rolling Manure Spreading Plowing Post Pulling Road Dragging Road Grading Stump Pulling Wagou Hauling Concrete Mixing Eiibilage Cutting Km! Grinding Grist Mill Operation Hoisting Hay Haling Light Plant Operation Oil Well Drilling Pumping Water Planing Mill Operation Quarrying Rock Drilling Rock Crushing Silo Filling Th ri'&hing Wood Sawing Water Well Drilling wwMJ W&fc& B I III for true Goodyear mileage, value, economy. go to your nearest Service Station for Dort or other car taking these sizes, Goodyear Tires ft 6T? ZJ ?fl I 30 x 3Vi GooJycar Double-Cur- e Fabric, All Weather Tread 30 x 3'J Goodyear SInglcCure Fabric, Antl-bklTreaJ d 'Z 1 en Good eat- - ITeavy Tour: cot no more than the price you arc aAcJ ui pay for tubes of lets merit why riIc coitly cahigi when tuch turc protection i avallablti 6 A 53 " 30x3' flic ill xvaurtnoafbaf . lulu Let Us Demonstrate the Fordson To You J BRYANT BROS mw,z&a so by BRYANT BROS, mmmmimBMMMMMBMMMMIMIMMMMMMMM -. cSreMMt fiwjw.iu..i..., ajgg22NM MugiiM qu iTi-iir- ri ' 1" 11 J" i.'i TjpJjwiMWMi wt'tuinMkMhuiiUmiumrKfm iw.oww: iwTaritirMirMriiii m imiiCtmXvm "it i . lOUIIVIllt 2 north M 1 north MM lHAZELDEN BROS. STOCKS OF I A MK E2?: NHV1UC R.n CO. TIME TAME. " 13 pm au I 11:35 '8 south 12:13 32:122 pti a I ooutli Phone No. 8. Jas. Lamdiuim, Aceni COMMONWEALTH Hardware and Implements " i m OP KENTUCKY FKANKTORT unci " Department of State Roads Highways Good Appearance more Irian style fines is more than fine tailoring is more man splendid materials is Frank for', Kv. Scptombor 2O, 1920 ATTnTTON -- Judgo Cam Mullins. x combination of many good qualities spells good appearance. It's the way your clotlrcs drape and swing on your body the way they set on your shoulders the impression they make on others the feeling of contentment they bring you the knowledge that you are rightly attired, in good taste. You are assured of all these superior qualities when you buy Mount Vurnon, Ky. 13car Sir: lbcg to ncknowlcdge receipt of jours of the eiglit;entl instant, and woul alvlso that the section of thu Dixto High win at Livingston will bo advertised for letting ns soon as our planare complotcd, which will be in the near future. I do not tliinV it possible to put the northen ond next to Madison County VI under contract until enrlv spriiiL as funds will not bo available un til that time. I am Rial to note tint your convict labor work is getting along so well Very truly onrs, m Joe S Higgs ''' ;ineer. 5tat 'I' 1 i Monday, Sept. S 27 at 10:30 w. . A. M. i - busi- Due :o other business interests we find it necessary to sell our hardware and implement M ness including our entire stock with the van dus lines we represent auu uui guu .. it .t ..... .i...itL. IMTTOMATTHWAT. HAR- - S .. 1 hese lines represent practically tne em re ime 01 uic u. n : COMPANY, including -iboth L.?ERING and McCORMICK BINDERS A VESTER - mTWTTKTi.1 t nMnhrnn rh( Pfl. I i. MUWEKb, KARtlb, 1 WirMi,etc.tni.o tne ageniy ui y?""v and hlUDLBAkKR Spo .. 1 '!'!" Crutchcr & Starks Clothes They arc an investment in good appearance and in economy as well. See the new fall models the natural free-sshoulders, the fine designing, the fit and drape of the collars and lapels, the rich fabrics, the appealing patterns and color tones, single and double breasted models. et $45 to $80 $W 3fe Store tfSfcndaro'jzeJVafciffi; fourth Louisville ao - fejy jcnxnsoN Granville RBurfon Sfons CATARRHAL, uiim E6S CANNOT BE CURED bv local jiddIikhioiis. as , JjpJiie;iiPi portion 01 tile ear. inuie is oni; iiie way to cure CiiUuviia. uess and that is by u constitution. al remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is? causae! by an inflamed conditioi f the mucous lining of thr Eus'aehian Tube.Wliuu this tube is inflamed you have it rumbling sound or imperfect inuring, and when it is entirely closed, Deaf Unless tin ness is the intluinmntton can be reduced am this tube restored to its normal condition, hem inn will bo do stroyed forever. Many cases ol deafness aro caused by catarrh, vvhich is nn inflamed condition o. tho mucous surfaces Hall's Medicine acts thru tho blord on the mucous surfaces of 'tre-iT- f re.-u- lt Util-trr- h BROWN MANLKY LINK, WAHONS nni nnm.rnii3 other Hies. UNDER PRESENT PRICES. This entire stock has been bought for SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS dollars of business each yeai . Our books will show considerably over one hundred thousand I i.iying business with an old establ.sl.ed trade but secure a secure a not Th s is .. two new loose t'ontnil Kontuo ky, bu t ow of the bes? tTi-"i- n of oods in n well selected Cential Kentucky. kinds in leaf tobacco houses, bids to be one of the leading market, i'or goods of all 525,000, on terms of one half cash, This stock will be sold as a whole subject to nroice which will bo around balance in six and twelve months with approved security. price. Store rooms and warehouse will be sold or rented to purchaser at right For further purticulars see. write or phono AMKRIOAN F.. 1 Li) FENCE, OLD '.fA T" wtl g X InKek L '11' ; .': -- fUT!WV w." . M.(J-- JI W.."IU. HASELDhN BROS LANCASTER, KY. rV1' thoshtcm. Kentucky ' Wo will give One Hundrci Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine Circuits i'reo. All m&m Poster Js BUI Posting Company PINK-STUDI- O V Druggists. MT. H VERNON KY. 75c. HIGH - High prices mean no new I have in my barn two heifers ono blue Jorsey, about two yea r old a-- tl one little rone, muloy, tbout two years old. These cittl came to my placi Sunday September 1 2th. Owner may have samo on payment for food and care Andrew Millur, s- -w W tion. Speculation but look out is fine so long as prices soar for the drop. the Iloro is our advice in times like these: Avoid debt, for dear pay back theso choap d liars with dobtoi mavhaveto Above all, SAVE, now while Avoid speculation. ones The cheap dollars of money is plentiful and prices are liiRh. will ho more- valuable ouie day. Grab tl.em now the procut It is tho chance of a lifeti.no to save and hold onto them. Every dollar entrusted to us Uso our Bank as a depository will be carefully safeguarded. -- PRICES cheap dollar s Cheap dollars induce specula- BANNERS POSTERS PORTRAITS PHOTO ENGRAVING DESIGNING Dudley, Kentucky. Lost Fruineless nose glasses, with hniilin and chain attached, between Tip Langford's and Mrs. Ml nuie Anderson's ou Saturday sept 4th Kinder will please leave it post office. M rs. Alice Cl ildress. Hok Sai.k- :- If you want a rood typewriter at a price that is YOU bigce-- .t would like to have better bakings. certainly want to money, and you RUGS and CARPETS Artistically Then use Calumet. doIt's the to Im- BANK of MT. VBBNON T. J. Niceley, right, come quick 10 the Signal office President. . W. L. Richards, Cashier. riantVi LATE nnlv n matter of short tim. Don't wait until paina and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking TOO thins you cart prove tho qaality of oar bakings and lower bal.to;j coils. Calumet is made in. the largest, most sanitary Dohlng Powder ? Factories In tha Vor!d. No Pov.dcr U mado under better can be better In cor.dllicin&-r.c- ns quality. Dak-inj- SWISS CLEANERS & DYES WK DYE CLOTHING AND UIUww,' CHAS. O. IIARHIJ. K. II. UNUSKV. Why Use Faded or Old Tiresome Color.? Color. Have Them Renewed By a NW DYED To Match Color Schemes It mmrm;n7zv7?.rsi.JLPJi'w;m 21 dients C3 have been officially ' enU. S. 1'uro Food dorsed by AutIioritK.3. An abx'.ute (juaran- uetnar it is ru'c- t'-.- conte-n-n only such ingre- r nKmr snvub.ii vut rufc M. JOSDONOVAM. StCWttlJ i. l.t riUt PimUmI VlCt Lflff$7ffl&Sjffl -- F Commercial School LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKT Slate Sunday School 5-6-- Convention 7, GOLD MEDAL GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.tofT.ee Louisville, Ky.f October Every Sunday School In Kentucky Is Entitled To Send Delegates. ?M Twenty-foS- iv W RmER&fl sflr K23S2SS2) &fflr Class loMv Demonstrations; Publishers' Usclitblts. r "noiw" Conferee. Salons; reputation and Kentucky. from Now York, Ohio, Marine nddae; I"''9' a Kn; ' The world's standard remedy fcr Hdney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles tho " National Kemeiiy 01 uonanii Guaranteed. Throo sizes, all druggists. bo). Look for tbo n.mo Cold MeJl oo uitnr od accupt no Imllot'n" Eo&wmbtS fX,? POWDER rSBAKfiNC cago wMuntiiS, or write for catalogue. principle. business training. Bookkeeping, examine work etc. shorthand, typewriting, C. C. ATTOHNKV-AT-LA- Willtama L. W. BETHURU -- Iuncho Organized Wanted": Lady, or (jeiitloman October The People of Louisville Invite You Louisville. is tho Time To See Vor full Information write Secretary, Kentucky Sunday-schoo- l Rev. Geo. A. Joplln, General Building, Loulivllle, Ky. Agent in tho city of Mt Vernon for Watklns famous products. Known Everywhere BiR Profits. Writo .l.R.Watkins Co. 55 Mem highest Awards, It received Pnnrl HxnoElllon. Chi IVnrM'a Pnrn Frances-positiv- e 7? Paris Exposition, Paris, proof of Its super- U CIom.t CrMM Ck. Rttipt 3 cupi putty (Ugar. y ATTCKNKV Ai .rt MT.VKItNON, KY. tirill ..H.i..lln In fill Hie --iumt. ". lll"-".o. ... onv.. OIllCCOll in VPitVON.KY. OWPICK.- - Ori2cd.floorof' . W , tUUltll ior merit. Uauk of Mt. Vernon, on"t Church St. Special atten tlou givon collections. 'lNONK 8Ci It is used by more house- phis, Tmn. M The Daily Couner-Journa- f iTl J r T.L3T 2 One Hundred Days- -!. COMIN G NATION AbUMj 80 Montr back without qutttlon tiAtmtnt of ITCH. ECZEMA. RINQWORM.TBTTBR or othtr Itchlnr Wu dittc. Ty a 73 ccot boi at our rltk. lj h -- wives and domestic bcientlsts than any other brand. T It is sold at a moderate price. costs to determine how much you can cave by buying Calumet Gluten is the muscle building part of Hourwhlchljofgrcatlmnortance. s To be sure you set It In your use pjajnjTour uncfiiood baking flour). powder, (not bak-Jns- All you havo to do U to compare flour. 3 level teaspoons Calumet Ikking I'owdtr. , cupbutter.lUcupt pranulaird VolkulSg. Ili fain Wanthd:- - Mn auto, who can ulve bond, to h" . Wntlfliis ,., homo Jinil litriii . ..n,iirt III JI . UOUU(.l!. or . ECZEMA! e'yj"":i SfFJll ,.afci "Pioneer Drug Store rup cold water. Whites ol 3 egg. I latiwiVuUrwaj. teaipooo orango extract. Then mix kind in worm. k.y."' voarlv income, 'P.irritiirv O110I1. ' nniintv ill WrtlO lOll.iy W ",.. , .(), ,v tills J. h II HUNT'S tr.ttm.nt KS ii C' k..u ...litimit nut.tian alvt.falli iln the RINGWORM, THTTBR . h. rtln Try a 7J e.nt Mi at our mi. ,s($' Pioneer Drug Store s i AMERICAN RED CROSS TO GIVE RURAL HELP Program for Public Health and Community Welfare Is Now Well Under Way. Lost Ca THIS WEEK FOR J' . 8 ONLY i a m 510 8 Kaki Jackets, Pants I and Shirts The very thing for Rough Wear for the Farmer SALE PRICE 8 B .. 3 Pieces for $1. mi . . B while they last & 8 r H Rural communities and tou ns of lo than 8,000 population tivuelli In n very largo part by Ilia public licitllh nml community welfare work of the American Red Cross. Almost nil nf tho 3,000 Red Cross chapters linvc some rurnl sections In their teirltory. Therefore the Red Cross Rurnl Si rvlce. Rrlcfly, the purpose of Scrv I co Is to assist people to get nut of life moro health, wealth nml happiness. In this purpose public lienith Instruction nnrl general educational pi out ess of both children and adults pluy a big part. Recreation Is found to bo nnp'of the btCBcst needs In rural life. There Is lack of sufficient plny-llffor tlio children and social life for tliu ihIiiIIh. deliatli'g Picnics, iiageanls, clubs, baseball leagues, community singing and other social events which lirln tlnj people of surround ug communities together have been orMinl7cd and curried on under the guidance of Red Cross rural workers to great nihitn-Inge- . In many Instances solving problems nml getting people together proves to he the awakening nf the community to other conditions which may be Improved by united action. As a result of community organization, townships In which there hnd been neither plans nor Intel est In community progress have been organized to work together with the unified purpose of bringing their community up to the most enlightened Mnmlards. Lecture nnd musical entertainment courses hnve been started as a result of community meetings, ns well ns circulating libraries, Red Cro's schools of Instruction In Home Nursing, Care of tho Sick and First Aid. In the Inrgcr towns the need for rcstrooms and public comfort stations Is being met. for the children have been established nnd recreational activities urorLcd out foe lh year. In order that tlier- - may be concerted effort In cnrrjlng on the programs of the various welfare agencies In the rurnl districts. Red Cross Rural Service helps tlio organisations already on the ground. The main object of the service Is to lend a hand everywhere and tukc tho lead only where e I'lny-groun- d A In For Sale Privately n M HIATT SECTION One and One-ha- lt the Famous Miles from Brodhead On Brodhead and Hiatt Road Known as McQueen Farm One hundred & forty acres Ninety acres that any kind of machinery can be run over Eighty-fiv- e acres in grass Good buildi ngs good fencing good orchard . and farm well watered This farm can be bought at a price that is right and on terms that are liberal, Parakeet Mineral Wafer Grocery Co., fnc, LIVINGSTON - JUNIOR RED CROSS ACTIVE IN EUROPE Garden seeds for Polish orpbnns, milk for nnncmlc Greek babies, carpenters' tools for cripples these ore only n few of the gifts that jounc Americans are send Ing to the children of the Old World. Through the Junior Red Cross the boys and girls nf the United Slates are giving n fresh stnrl In life to little war orpbnns scattered all over I'urope. They have set up orphans' homes In France, school colonics In Itelglutn and Montenegro, nnd duy schools In ACzeclio-Stornklnd SEE - KENTUCKY H. T.YOUNG MT. VERNON, KY; 8 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COUNT Ami. Tumi., Aug 1U, 19JO Whdtcan, un the llilli day of Aug., 1020, a petttlnu was filed with tru clerk of lie Court, which petition was sinoil and votbv more than 20 legal citlz-.-iiers of voting precinct No S, attkiug ii submission of the question "Whether rattle or any spccla thereof shall he permitted to run at large in Haiti NEPOR T WIN -I SAYS ITS GRAND DeiOre otlng precinct on the 2nd day of Nov , 1920, for tlio purpoHe ofasceitaing the will of the votcrri of .said precinct upon the question "Whether nttlo or any bpecia thereof Miall bo permitted to run at large in said voting precinct." S. I'. Bowman, G.U.CC. Copy Attesr: ROCKCAbTLK COUNTV COURT Aug. Term, Aug. 18. 1920 Wherea, on the lOthday of Aug., 1920. a petition was filled with thu clerk of the court, which petition was tdgned by more than 20 legal citizens anil voter n of voting Precinct No. 6, I'sking a of the question "whether eattlu or any speeiatheieof shall be permitted to run at large In said voting precinct. It is now ordered by Die Court that a poll be opened in said voting preeiuct at the General Itlectinn to be held in Hiild voting piecinct on thu 2nd day of g Nov., 1820, for the purpose of the will of the voters of aid precinct upon tho question "Whether cattle oranyspecia thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said voting iiscer-turnin- It is now ordered by thu Court that :i oil be opened in said voing precinct at the general election to Iks held in said q . pi akmg I aillaC. I began J At one naa Tn e 10 openaillc my sisler and started on it, Half Her Time In world of good.and it " p -i--r 1 nerves nro in such line shape I aan sleep like a child nil night long In fact I just fuel like a new woimti, und can do my housework with us much ease us ever. From that 'day to this I have never hud the slightest luy oiu irouuies unci ":" hnvu enjiyed the best of health. the-lim- lbania. taking cousin Tan- n)b0 did them a Bed Pounds Gains 22 "Although it has been four years now since Tnnlnc restored my health I am still fooling fine," re you ready for tho School said Mrs. Jennie Williams. Fair, to bo held at Mt. Vernon Fourteenth and Central Ave, October 2nd? Tois is tho biggest RED CROSS RELIEF Newport, Ky., recently. vout lor Rockcastlo in tho year. IN CENTRAL EUROPE only restored "Yes, sir, it not Thoro will bo a Sunday school my lost health, but I gained picnic of tho Baptist Sunday Rut for timely assistance of thr twelvo pounds by taking it, " school at fair ground Saturday American Red Cross during the Inst said Mrs. Williams. "1 had been year, a large proportion of the afternoon from 2 P:M. to 6 P:M. 000 population of tho Hnlkan 20.000. Sluto suffering frcin stomach trouble might have starved or peilshed from come and bring your lunch. for at least four years boforo I disease or exposure. Six million dnl J. W. Moore, of Hiatt, one of tars worth of fond, clothing nnd medl began taking Tunlac. My appeprecinct." Copy Attest, S.IU.owtnan.C.U.C.C. tite was very poor and I got to Rockcastle's most progrossivo cnl supplies hnve been sent to the Hal kuns Rotimunhi, Itulgnrla, Albania where I suffered so much after farmer.., has been hauling grouint Montenegro, Serhln, Iiosnln nnd Greect ROCKCASTLH COUNTY CoURT meals I just dreaded to eat and limestone from Mt. Vornon to since the beginning of Red Cross re Aug. Term, Aug. 1(1, 1020 In Central lief often went as much ns two or his farm with his Fordson Trac- while operations of dollars worth Curnpe Whereas, ou the 10th day of Aug.1920, of food millions tor. a petition was tiled with the clerk of thu three days without eating a thing alone lins been sent to the needy Ii petition was Higncd by Court, which Lost Mule, about half these stales. more than 20 legal citizens and voters I would bloat up badly with gas The money expended hy the of voting Precinct No 0, asking n sub- that preyed against .ny heart, Iiuihis, two year past, bay, horse Cross In this stricken portion of mission of the question "Whether cattle or any spccla thereof shall ho per until it palpitated dreadfully and mule, large main and tail, out of rope has been used to set up hospitals, orphanages, dlspcnirles. mobile medl mitted to run at large in sum voting I could hardly get my breath. Mttllins pasture. Reward $25 precinct col units and to help In the general re Then, too, my food felt heavy and Georgo Rouner. Mt. Vernon. construction of devastated areas. Amer It Is now ordered by tho Court that a. poll be opened in said voting precinct caused intense pains in tho pit llcan tractors and other farming Imple ul the general olccUon to bu held in of my stomach, At last, 1 was ments have been sent to the ngrlcul said voting precinct on the 2nd duy of tural regions where aid has been glv Nov., 1920, for the purpose of ascertain- put on a milk diet, hut in spite of Accept en Id plowing the land. ing the will of the voters of said pre- this and the fact that I tried all By tho Inst of this year protmblj cinct upon the question "Whether catNo Substitutes all American Red Cross agencies ud kinds of treatments und medici- D tle or any specia theicof shall bu Rurope relief to run at large In said voting nes, I continued to grow worse. for is ministeringwithdrawn.In Central time, It Hy that will have precinct." Is believed, the people will have ap Copy Attest, S.P.Dowman.C R.C.C. My nerves woro so bad ly upset IS proached a normal state of living and I could novel got u good night's will be able through their own agencies ROCKCASTU! COUNTV COURT rleep and always felt tired and which the Red Cross has helped set Aug. Term, Aug. 10.1920 up to provide for themselves. Whereas, ou the 10th day of Aug., worn out in tho mornings. 1 also 1920, u petition wax filed with the Clerk lost considerable weight, finully of the Court, which ielitlonwas signed by more than 20 tejri.1 citizens and vot- getting so weak 1 could not do Purely No 7, asking a my housuworlc, spending about ers of voting Hil'inlnfion of the quest Ion "Whorher Jjj Jewelers & Opticians Vegetable or i uy Hpeula thereof shall be half my time- in bed. pom.itu-- ' 'o run at largo In said vot"By the time I lud taken half Watches ing pive'uet. a bottle of Tanlac I noticed I It ir liuw ordered by the Court that Diamonds n pull be oprned in said voting was getting bettor and by the Jewelery f.9 at the general election to be held my fourth Silverware ii) said voting precinct ou the 2nd day tune I had finished Fine Watch, bottle I wits feeling as good as I of Nov., 1920, for the purpose of Repairing: the will of the voters of said ever did in my lifo. I have a Fou Salu:- - If you wuut a pis c net upon tho question "Whether rUw Latla New la Tkt - tiny vcia uirioui snuii uc splendid appetite, can eat j'ist good typewriter at a price that is I'liimS. Fourth MiiuUt. I t i .un at large in said voting anything 1 wunt and ovorythinj.' At right, come to the Signal offioo pitcliu-t- " LOUISVILLE, KY. S Uowman,C.l0,e, agrees with me perfectly. My q lick. C.pi no- Tanlac is sold in Mt. Vernon by Chtis. C Davis; in Brodhe.ul by tlie Br od head Pharmacy, und in Livingston by R. G. Webb; in Uurr by W. M. Owens LOCAL ii They ore sending domis of young of Paris, spont the later part of Syrians, Montenegrins, nnd Albanians Master John Gentry 1ms tliph last week and. Sunday with Mt. to American colleges In Constantinople Vernon relatives. and Itelrut, and maintaining more than tliuria. a hundred orphans of French soldiers Mrs T.D Mullins is recovering at rolleges and trade schools. In orT. A. Proctor and d,i'ightoi phanages and farm schools up nnd rapidly. Nannie, spent from Thursday down the peninsula of Italy there ore Mister William Madia lias until Saturday evening with A E nearly 500 wards of American Juniors winter a thousand French chll .liptitliuriii Procter. Miss Nannie was taking dren from the Inadequate shelters of G S Johnson is driving a new teachers examination. the devnsted regions were sent by the Junior Red Cross to spend the cold Cleveland Ctr. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Kraus months In warmer pnits of France R H.Miller is at homo, f n m returned to their Home in Cincin-in- tl At the same time live tliousnnd little Yank fort tins week. UclKlans were hnvlng n hot lunch everj Monday after a very pleas day at Junior Red Cross school cun Martin Scott was liomo ant visit to Mrs Kraus parents Prof. teens. Mi. and Mrs. D. M. Harper. American school children have nl Sunday from Winchester. ready raised something like a million Mrs. 11 T. Young lias heen dollars for these enterprises, and thuy for several days. red are still hard at work. In China, through campaigns of cd J M.Wallace, tif Quail, was in ucntlon. the Junior Red Cross Is help -Ing to combat widely provaleut blind lt. Vornon WoJnosday. ness and cholera. beon quite PERSONALS Dr. and Mrs. John Williams, W.B.Landrutn, of Eist with his son V.A.Landrum of Webb City, Mo, and Samuel Landrum and wifo of Pitsburg, Kas, spent Sunday with J.A. Landrum and family. W.B.Landrutn is a brother of J.A Bern-sttdt, JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mbaral assortmtnt and full value paid FIIRS Hlds and Ooat klna S.T. Proctor his sick for iinre- than a wook. Miss RulhLandrum, of Louis-.ille- , is at home for a lew days. J.W Gentry, of East St. Louis, lias been in Mt. Vernon this week. It A Sparks and family retur-no- d mor-n-h A Saving MaMf Is a Good Mabif There comes a time in each of our lives wlion the possession of money is all important either permitting ns to take advantage of a profitable investment, or to tide over in a time of stress. rl'l,rt lnul'i,w liiliit iiiil aulMtlrv li.ilklt if, flu. alxiltlfl n( Ckf w. v,,i. jfiat.,,. J IIU imillWIlL, HUl'll. nn .", IIIJj lliwil, less money than you deposit, is a good one to cultivate. 1 from Io.iisville Sunday s- - Itr-i- IC11 a Tftedford's 9 9 LACMAU6HT t TV-duc- E L.Huber&Son - pre-i'i;i- :i ascer-taluln- g liver Medicine an on amraDBDaaaaap a - i- , 648 - S Albright mndo a trip 10 Flint, Mich, this week after iuick ttirs. Mth.L M.Miller wnskipt from her class room hevetnl days this week by illness. ' Rev. W. S Taylor wi'l at Baptist church Sunduy and Sunday evening. Miss Bess Sparks spout tlio first of tho wool: in Louisville, returning Thursday. Lee Hoy Huffman, of Chicago, is making a visit to his grand tnothet, Mrs. J. C. Moore. O H.Whito, of Mt.Oarmel Ills. Is at home with bis wife and daughter for a fow days. Wo aro glad to say Miss. Anna Roberts near Roso Hill who had Typhoid is able to be out again Sallio McKenzio says sho was in Indianapolis too, accompanied by her father and mother, and big brother. Mrs. W. J. Sparks was in innlsvllle this wook, attending the State Convention of the Dis ciples 01 uni ivK. pro-ioli- rj Then, should hard times strike you, the blow will be tened by dollars jou have saved. sof- Should opportunity knock at your door the saving habit will enable you to grasp nn investment which may ''Load on to Fortune," (Jet the habit. Open an account with this bank,' "Let Our Bank Be Your Bank" The Peoples Bank IKCOl.l'ORATKD Capital and Surplus $30,000.00 "Let Us Us Be Your Bank" Read the Signal Ads they are instructive KJBfrdMdM4