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Mount Vernon signal: November 26, 1920 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 mou1920112601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 26, 1920 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i y . Located ori BOONE and DIXIE Highways Home of Booncway M$mt FOR A GREATER ROCKCASTLE" r No. 5 Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County , Kentucky ' Friday Afternoon, November 26, 1 v (ktatfir i-- . UOm ' between, in; T&6XyiIIe: & Louisville .T iV t Established 1887 34th Year 920 per year; Price $L50 IN ADVANCEi 0HCK00HHKHH0HKKKHXK0 6000-CKK0OCKCOK0-CK- Brodhead News H) y I d ts .. I One of the most notow.irthy features in connection with the introduction and sale of Tanlao throughout America is tho very large number of railroad men who bnve been benefitted by its use. Prominent.departinent officials, conductors, engineers, . office. clerka and, in fact, men represent ing practically every branch of the service, have reported that thoy have used Tanlac with the most surprising and gratifying results. One of the latest to testify is E. H. Bowley, Eighth aud El borne Apartments, iu Princo Hill, son, and daughter, I have always kept Cincinnati. Mr. Bowley has been have retumed from a visit it 111 the house. Never fi ils. Used in the service of the Big Four railroad as engineer for forty with relatives iu Ciucinnati. about $2 00 worth of P Mrs. Lola Sowdor and daughter, a year and figure it saves me ears and has been on Ins present Bessie, have returned from u 3oo in chicks, eggs, and feed run pullitiK possengers-betwe- en visit with Charlie Sowdor and is . onvenient, just Cincinnati and Chicago tor the family at Ottawa. Miss Cordia break up cako, no mixing whb past twelve years. He is also a Singleton returned to her homo 0 her food " Three sizes, .15c, 65c, Commandary Mason and an active member, qf.tbo. Knights.of, at Boo Lick after being with $JLJiWS,oliUanilgna:nieed Pythias, and is popular with all amTKlrs. Josh Wilson for Mr. Drug Store, and C. C. Cox, who know him. Mr Bowley, in several months George Wjnlt Mt Vernon, Ky. relating his experience pith Ian purchased a farmou Roone Highlac, said: way, from Aunt Mary DeBord, "I price paid $500. Karl Phillips D name no-- thought of letting my be used in connection with was in Mt. Vernon last week. a medicine, but Taulac has helped Mrg J. 15 Wullun and son, Orin, Miss Sidney Kiticer was tho and daughters, Misses Hazel ana guest of Mrs. Fannie Graves me and 1 i onsider it well worth Lillian and Miss Winnie Keller Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Henry recouimei.ding to anyone suffer in Danville. Rowe, Mr. and Mrs Jack Uowo ing from stamach trouble aud a spent Thank-givin- g Miss I51ia Cummin.s, of Crab aud Mrs. W. A. McKinney at run down condition. 'For some time past my appe Orchard, who is attending school tended church at Hopewell Suntite has been Very poor aud 1 here, was ctaken soriousily sick day. Claud Chaney nude his . Tuesday and was taken home, ual Suudiy eveniug call in this have suffered a great deal from accompanied by her sister, Miss section last Sunday. H. N. Bul- indigestion. I was iu a badly condition and had taat Allie May Cummins. Mr. and lock attended church at Liue tired feeling all the time. Mrs. Urotiston Elder were here Creek, near Blo5s, Sunday. Mr. "Veil, what I needed was just from S uufoid Sunday. Charlie andMrs Arthur Younkors, who an all 'round building up aud Tan lac has done that very thing. My p ocooooooooooooooooooooooooo appetite is so keen that 1 can THEY SAID I HAD T. I. AND hardly oat enough to satisfy me WOULD NOT LIVE THREE MONTHS" , and I can oat what I waut with out feeling a touch of indigesMr. Harold W. Schmidt, Box 98, "FEEL Breesc, Clinton Co., 111., believes tion. 1 no longer have that tired LIKE 's he hns reason to praise Dr. worn out feeling and am enjoyRemedy for Catarrhal conA ditions. GIANT ing my usual good health and I uted rem na eight month! far Chronto SINCE I have found Tanlac.uu-usuall- y t nergy. llronchlal Caurrb. I do uolielUrsd. fMl Ilka a slant, am all pounds over normal w.lgbt and USING aol to woik tine and am glad to give srj day. la lurch, 1Mb. con cold with spuunaT an4 took to trtcted fterrr nijbed. Thf7MldXhl4T.il. nd would not it m hearty endorsement." lite three mouths. After uklnK ft couple bot Rat-Snap." -- Mr. a d Mrs. Lester Hilton Hendrlckson who lias been visit-anlilt lo son, Muster James But- - tag his mother, Mrs. K.f. Metier, of SianforJ, visiiud her for several weeks, will Mr and Mvs J K. turn to Pineville Sunday. Miss last weok Miss Hazel Albright Kitlic Jones, oco of t ho teachers Dudley for ,111 school here. ! spending Is at homo fin in Thanki" ing Mis Edward Thanksgiving with her parents Holloy. of dt Louis, visited her at Stanford. Urban Cass was at Bister, Mrs Henry Audernon lust home from Logan West Virginia week. Wiley Slnltou was hero last week. Miss Ella Belle Now from Lelnnon J u net tun iiistwi.uk laud was at home from (Jrab Orchard Sunday. -- A. M. ilialt visit! im friends mid hunting. Mrs Waller Uobins and clnldrtti, and G. R. Carson are in Middlr were in Mt Vernon latter p.trt ot Grove, 111 , on business. Mr and last i ! Mr. und Mrs. Andrew Mrs ilambo were up from May Harris und children, of Beroa, wood Sunday to visit Mr. and Were over last .vuek lo vWt Mr. Mrs. Ap Taylor. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. K. J. McKiuney and Charlio Brown aud children, of children, Miss Jo Davis, of Mt. I Livingston, were with relatives Miss Vernon, was a guest 01 her sister, hore during the week Mrs. Waller Uobins Sundav. A. liessie Shiol has beon suffering M. HUlt was in Mt. Vernon Fri- with tousilkls for past week. day. Mrs. John Harp and Mr Arnold Hiatt is ut home from and Mrs. Hrark Kin; moved here Berea College for a few days vis from Mt. Vernon Saturday to the jt Mr. and Mrs Will Howe and property recently purchased from children, of Richmond, are spend n.-a-r Kit Kidwoll Metuodist- - mJg T'lanksiyJnSL wtu 'l0r 4ste.r. Mjsi hutrice Uncle uirfrfri lliqfc was Mrs KdNerrland. church in Mt. Vernon between trains ShtlVou, of Lebanon Junction, is lfriduy.Mrs. Ktta Urown, who spending Thanksgiving" with has a lucrotutive position iu friends here- .- Uncle Billio Lunce Louisville, has been spending her ford is reported with the sick vacation in Atlanta Georgia and "The Farmer's Worst Enemy Rats. other southern cities, stopped The Farmer'r Best Friend oil hero to visit htr parents, Mr and Mrs. J G. Fnih for a few These are the words of Tames days. Mrs William Potts and Buxtor, N. J.: "Ever since I tried has been visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. P. Cress, havo re turned to their homo in Cincin nati. Irvin Bullock is in London this week on Federal grand jury. There was prayer meeting at Blue Springs Sunday. .im elaH? afttaHHaHHIIM v ! " M f Li uts Big 4 Engineer Out With Facts Says Tanlac Quickly Brought Back His OldTtmeHealthAnd Energy Feels Fine M'EN'S SUITS UP TO mi TO-DAY:- Now. $60.oo $33.75 vm H" si ' aarAiX rt I; -- ".At Yu-ep- h, lira-m- RAT-SNA- P RAT-SNA- ffl RAT-SNA- P U HI ft, ml f lga 3 0m "'-- These Suits were big values at their former prices, but we wish to clear our stock quickly. A &aF.&. 5vFrA$rrlklytLJ?y.l:&ri r Jfihstg''iieHSkii! Fr"Anrt Tt 5slkrthfrlar r HAN SFO R er SUTTON & Mc BEE worth u-- ooo In company of preserving in your for future reference, scrap-boo- k lias postponed beginning tion until Spring. o opera- Marriage License Everett Pitman, Lola Pongo Section, Nov. 17th. Harper f 1 1 ., Wildlo Section, Nov. 23rd. o Dr. Wm. Allen Artnur Lee Scott to Lula Myrtle Proctor, Ottawa Section, Nov. Bur-dett- ruu-dow- n 1 Hart-man- 1 ft PERU-NA- " Pusey, of Chicago, the writer will spend Thanksgiving week tourintr tho localities nf Roio B wno's Gap, Bristol aud Gate City, Va., Kingsport, Long Island and the Block houso (site), Ton- nessee; Cumberland Gap and points between there aud Loudon, in thou further search for date covering Boone's Trail, the Wilderness Road, and other mutter. which is to be used iu a history and map of that noted path thru the Cuiubeilaiids. The prices of tobacco when the L R Bond to Susan Lay, Pino 24th. is Hill, Nov. 18th. market opens here in January o Elijah Cummins to Hat tie a subiect of more interost to tho D Bostic to Bertha Dooloy, Lang-for- d of Mt Vernon, Ky. Nov. 24 raisers of the weed and its dis Section, Nov. 23rd. Jos'C M. DeBord to Ruth Anna cussion is widely prevaleut among Morris A. Phillips to AngilineB. Vauhook. Nov. 25th. or- individuals and the tobacco gamzations in tho tobacco regions, 000 of Han a lift. Tablets. could walk around aeven montha went back to work. Mr trouble was due to Chronic Catarrh of the noae and throat, which I had ten rears, eitenrtlntf down Into the bronchial tabes "i'e ro n was mr Ufa uiit," llet of Pr-r- nt and ft box ftnd In i TABLETS OR LIQUID A HALF CENTURY IN USE BOLD EVERYWHERE 9oocceeoooooooooooeoooeooeoooooeoooeseoooooo Tanlac Is sold in Mt. Vernon by Chus. C. Davis.; in Brodhead by the Brodhead Pharmacy, and in Livingston by It. G. Webb; in Burr by V. M. Oens. The Right Direction If you are going anywhere, the natural thing to do is to travel in the direction of the place you desire to reach. The speed you make merely regulates the time of your arrival if you are headed right. It is not the amount of raOaoy you save, but the fact fact that you havo begun to save, that invests the act wUh a certain moral Influence which, proporly encouraged, becomes stronger und stronger all the time. That's why we urge you ta open an account with us and get started ou the right road, wiiere the going Is easy. Star', an account today aud watoh it grow. LEXINGTON NOTES A three days drive was put on last week to raise $8,ooo In the interest of tho Boy Scouts of Lex ington. "Over tho top" was the result. Tho movement was in charge of Board of Commerce. A boys brass band of forty plecos is one of the objects. The Mays-vlll- e Boy's Band turnisbt music at the inauguration of tho drive, Sunday, November 25th the Lexington Leader will begin the publication of a series of articles on the early history of Kentucky, compiled by the "Boone Way Man" The opening chapters will cover the aubjecit of FIRST THINGS IN KENTUCKY. Following chap-ter- o will cover other interesting facts aod occurrences, including some things up to present days. Most of the matter covored will be In brief form which will bo The invaluable services of County Agent Spence during past few years hive beeu amply and fully demonstrated. His work has ad ded many thousands of dollars to Rockcastle's Income, besides gtv ing the boys and girls u chance to Peter Volo, the wondertul stal. accomplish mora and better lion belonging toW 1? D Stokes, things in life. of New York, was bought last wt'ek by Dr. 0. L. Edwards, piice Tho state prison road crew in $50,000. This animal is in the doing 2 02 class and had earned more Rockcastle Is credltod with more and bettei work than any than 150,000 for his owner. He was reared on the Palchor Wilkes other prison road crew In our Stock Farm, four miles out on state. Captain Tackett and his tho Winchester road from Lex- - outfit are getting splendid results. ington, which was this famous horse's homo until last week. His Rockcastlo will bo right up in homo is now out on tho Newtown front in Federal aid and State aid p'ke, a few miles from Lexing apportionments for the year (92I ton. and a large amount of road con- $ $ ooo Saved Dollars $$$ You wonft miss the dollars you save and deposit in a Savings Account any more than those you spend. 000 000 A habit is about all you get The Lexington Aoro Company 000 struction will bo done. MEDICINK FOR OHILDRKN. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon.Ga. phoned to J. M. Floyd, the taer- chant thero, for a bottloof Remedy aud Cough said she had bought a bottlo of it at his store recentl y on that it was doing her children so much good that she wanted to keep up the treatment. You will find nothing better for coughs and colds in children or for yourself, It keeps the cough loose, expectoration easy and soon frees the system from the cold. GOOD COUGH rfcac: ooo Beginning on R ATS DIE RAT-SNAl- ?. KAT-SNA- l', from spending money for trifles and passing pleasures. While from the dollars you place in a Savings Account, you build an interest earning capital a permanent fund that brings lasting benefits. so do mice, onca they eat And they leave no odor behind. Don't taVo our word for It try a package. Cats and doja won't touch It Rats pass up all Chum-berlain- 'a Tht Peoples Bank INUOkl'OKATKU foodtoget 35o size THE Threelze. Capital and Surplus) DANK of MT. VERNON T. J. Nlceley, President. W. caLel enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar, 05o size 2 calee) for Chicken House, coops, or small building. fl 25 size 6 cake.1 enough for an lurru ana storage buildings, or factory buildings aom una uuaranu.eu oy 1 S30.000.00 '1 U G. linker, Prcsideut Flojd Miller, Cashier L.Rlclmrds, Cashier. DAVIS UKUO STOKE C. C. COX Mt. Vernon, Ky. N $ READ AND ADVERTISE IN SIGNAL ,. 1 --- isJiSSz&2t.n m asx - .7VrJ3a M MMdUMtl Mount Vernon Signal i'ublished evcrv Friday by It H man and a Mrs. .succe-sh- il singing master Mr-- , - Dovvev Mef'r.iHoju this week lo'inny Al.n , itK'ntly of Cookstutig, has moved mi his fiither, I.iirkin AKNOUNl'KMKNT Vc aic authorized Robert llnta is Al.in'v 'm fntiu to nntiuu'ioc, ttibjevt to tlic action of the Republican moving to tho Dr J. F. U.ilcor Party Ht next August Primary, place. I)r. Baker has gone to T J, HALL Dave Hines it btis Mt. Vtrnon For Circuit Court Cirri:. supplying tlic peoplo with coal. loved and honored by all who Henry MV'.'ruckeii is at home from knew her. She leaves a husband, Parian County this wpok. J. F. to spo d Ive daughters and thteo sons, bo- Hindi wont to Hail I. V sides a host of friends to mourn jtlio winter in tho mines isa traelc man. Uncle H V Al G orjje Childress, of her losi. She is gone but. not Rev. The oil derricks ut Ion is very sick at this writing. Drodhea.l, preached the funeral forgotten Jt'hiiettii mid Climax are being Tlie teachers around here are of Mrs J. ft if tllinger at. New down and removed to othor very busy trying to make grown Hope Iat Sunday. Text, And .to Sumo one D. G. Clark is doing the up folks of childieu now abideth faith, hope and rhar.ji'Tts Miss Ella Dooley who said it can't Do done, hut that is ity. These three; but tlic ,s Aching at Boilin,; Springs was the teachers job.Yours with First Cor est of these is best wishes to the Signtl and its at " Saturday and Sunday. 13 H. Sister Ballinger was a lias closed renders. , Nathan Mullins, who member of the Baptist church at Mew Hope. She was 50 years of a singing school at Mascedona " I Got Real Mud When I List My age. rib-- ; joined the church at school, will begin a school at Hick, Setting Hen," Mrs. Hanntin. ory Vulley school house, Nov. 2;. the age of I7. She was a fail h Nathan is a progressive young " I went into tho hen house fol and loyal christian and was one morning nud found inv fav orite cttor dead. I got real mad. Went to the storo, bought some RAT SNi and in a week I got who MX (Iputl rats. Everybody raises pnultry'should keep BLACK-DRAUGHT Throe si.es, :i.") , 65c by $1 25. Sold and guaranteed Davit. Drug Store, and C. C. Cox White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Come Mt. Vernon, Ky. ud Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's KENTUCKY CROP RKPORT. Came and Stayed. Kentucky's 1920 tobacco crop MlI.LItK. MOUNT VKllXOX.KV.. KK1D.W. .NOVKMBKIt 26. 1020 , ,My,;, 0,7Iltll'Tt. V1SU1R stioml.ciaii rasll mattrr. "ntered it the lit Vernon, Kjr. Poatoflc. fh"ir piruiits, Mr find Mm. R I T 'nul ',, Ivory Angliit, of Ilium JOHNETTA. - 111 . great-(haulin- cli-rit- y. . dr-'1 he nge by icretigj rust and wlldfirs" nbo lelped slightly to educe the meii'ge yield per acre Quality of tuba co in reported its Fo ir (nt. Mare? I co pa led to Si per cent lust year. The United States tobacco crop this somsoii is estimated ut l47()4i4,ooo pounds compared ( 1 o j oui ds iiiM 3 ear. to l,389,-l5is estimated that upproxi It dairy farmer you can mutely 5 per cent of Kentucky's AS a figure out to the penny aore.igu of cum vus put into silos what your cream is worth. You this season, til average yield know that every particle of ps' acre being about 7 tons. butter fat has a distinct value to Tliero was compaatively little you. You cannot afford to use frost damage to c rn in this State a separator that misses any bit soiii: is low being tepotted cream. The Primrose Cream Sepa- as ohtfly anl no- well nntured . acre this rator gets every drop of cream. Tho average , ie'd The principle on which it oper- year in Kentucky is 30 bus, ates is as simple as the mechacompared to 25 bushels list year nism. The frame is open and ana n lrj year average of 27 sanitary the supply can large and low." Every bearing and bushels. quiet gear is well oiled by a WAS n 1 ley Another Royal Suggestion BlQ Biscuits and Cinnamon Buns From the BISCUITI 111 NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK Every Drop an Asset So tender melt in the mouth, and of such nlorious flavor that the appetite is never satisfied. These biscuits nnjons ran make with Raking Powder Royal and these unusual recipes. Biscuits 2 cups flour 4 ',4 - p-- splash system. In SHE WISE. -- Primrose separators, good workmanship and materials, close skimming and durable qualities, arc the distinguishing points. These are points that vitally concern your profit. No matter what the size of your herd, the Primrose is a money-maker. 1 tablespoons rlinrtrnlnt; li cup milk or hair milk anil lialf water Tift tocrtlicr flour, 1ak!nf ntt, nM I'tnuler nml rhortrnlntf nml rub In very llglitlv; mid UiuM flowly: toll or pit on flourrJ hnnnl tn nlioitt one Inch In tlilcknes (InnJIo 08 little as pouiblc): fit cutter, vllh blxciilt 15 to D tlnkf minIn hot ovtn utes. Roysl Cinnamon Btms 2 teaspoons Ttoyal llnklhtt Powder teaspoon unit ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Purm Made fm.n cups flour I'i teaspoon itt 4 teaspoon" rtoynl 1 THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORD'S RAT-SNAP- ." Black-Draug-ht and slow you how it operate! and what its financial advantage) are to you. cream separator that automati cally drains out the used oil from the gear case when new oil is added. Let us demonstrate this and other points. If it is not convenient for you to call, 'phone us and we will bring a machine out farmers use them with profit. The Primrose is the only KcupsuKar 2 teaspoons elnnnn:"i 4 tal)lPSHiuiisi'iiliil raisins Sift 2 tablespoon" of ruenr with Hour, rnlt and tol.'ng pn. ler; ub xhcrpnui? I:i HkMI'v; mid boHti-in, to ntfr lit) J ail J tlonly. Hull out thick on llniirol boaiil; brush villi mu'teil butter, spil'il.le Willi clnnainmi anil raisins. lto!l as for Jelly rol'j pieces, cut Into ptnea wlt'i cut nlcos up pan; on sprinkle with a little Ilaku ami cinnamon In niolerate oven 30 to K minutes; remoc from pan at onco. nr,i-urer. h d icup nnter tablespoons ! egff 1 DnRlng TowiIt slioi tcnlne Crm of Tutara deiivrJ frum srapa. il TREE Wrl'e TODAT for N Ku)al Cook Book; eon uln 400 other wipes Jut tlicw. si tltliihtfol Aildrtss 1.1 lultua SliMt. Nw V.'ikCltr novAi.nAKiNarowDinco. OUMI't M' PjU'fc-;"ff'asat?f.'.-,7'-r'!.iu?iP- i?!g.. tatoes IJ,73.',ooo bushels, in thei It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well- November crop report for Ken known Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off impuri- tucky issued recently at Louis-vill- a getting up in years; my head Is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend and Frankfort by the U. S v, hiie. and do, to my friends and Bureau of Crop Estimates in co I have seen medicines and remeBiMWiEAI), KY. operation with State Com mis dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." sioner of Agriculture, W. C. Thedford's came and stayed. I am talking of is a stand Hanna. Other crops reported potatoes 1,681,000 bu., apples i, a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record oi for Kentucky are: Sweet potatoes, 48o,ooo bus., poirs I28.000 bus., mpiI 38 '().) bus , and sor- for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use.' i680fO.,0 bus , apples 5.7 po.ooo c'over Every one occasionally needs something bus., pears 308,000 bus, clover ghtini syrup 2,542.000 gallons on and one that will do the work. The drertusc in tobacco pro w HI relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities, seed f2 500 bus , nml sorghum gallons. Last duction in Kentucky from iqiq is and constipation if taken right, and I know Trv Htatk.nraiiaht. InsUI nnnn Tlio.1. 'syrt'P 2.88S.OOO year Kentucky's production of due 10 increased acreage in Westfor tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. ern' Kentucky which was not ful those crops are: Tobacco ever found fox the full, uncomfortable At all druggists. u. 7a lbs., corn 82 Soo.noo bus , ly "off set by the increased bur- Black-DraugBlack-Draug- ht, ford's iilack-- Draught to her friends .". .',...... jij.i.t...... ilKH!"Ivv'TOjiTuoii can be relieved by ....." taking pysteP iTj i5.'- IrUisiiGis. po"""s' uno vm- - (Dealer's Name and Address) ' He (after the proposal) My salary if Sl.fiOO a year. Now, dsarest. what Is th. least you thick you ean live oaf She Well, how much credit ca . gu--( r agi " VfrvJ - Shafer&Roberfs Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht ONLY A COLD. Are you ill ?i& often answered-"Ohli- t's only a cold." as if a coid wii-- . a matter oT littln consequence but people are beginning to learn t hit a common cold isa matter not to be trifled nith, tnat me of the most serious diseases st irt with a cold. As scon as the first indication ol a cold "Black-Draug- ht appears take Chamberlain's 1 456,-500,00- 0 Cough Remedy. Remember that the sooner you get lid of your cold tho less the danger, and this remedy will help you to Mr. John R. Albright, cf Mt. Vernon, who is attending thr FTrmvy-sVof Knnlnrjty. jy.,? pop uUr iindTidented student and doing excellent work in the Arts and Science College of that in siitutiou. He was a Freshman at Boron College last joar snd marticulated in the Sophomore class at the Univorsity in September. Ht is a member of the S. A K Fraternitv; the Strollers, d ramatic soci tyof the Univorsity; Patterson Literary Society; Y. M C. A. Cabinet, and the Mountain Club. r Subscribe for Signal CrVsWRPVOK-"J R AT-S- N AP KILLS BATS HAT-SNA- P Alio mice. Absolutely prevents odors from carcaM One package proves this comes in calces no mixing with other food. Guaranteed. 35o siio (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small bntldlngs. tl.25 size (Qcakes) enough for all farm and storage buildings or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by (J. throw it READ the SIGNAL off. DAV18 IIHUG STOKE C COX Mt. Vernon, Ky. I Don't Neglect That Tire They simply can't make tires good enough to prevent tread cuts. And a tread cut means "trouble". If neglected the result is a blowout sooner or later. The sooner you get an injured tire to O'Mara's the better, but there's no blowout too bad for us to fix right. Any vulcanizing done by us guaranteed to out last the tire. Bring in your old casings, lets look them over get an estimate. Th.e O'MARA 1VEAN xtjcjx-A.Ix- v MAIN STREET &r J MT. VERNON 5 f'VSSv IHWP. U"V 5w"js?: w1iillafcMMBl tfattA 'JtttAp 3H EW'Wl f i. V, rTiTTiwiTtfrVi 1ir WMmirimiYtfitf NMcuanwM "M JT-'- j B6B SIGNAL Mt VbUNON, MT. tMjMnaaaMa6(aMiii V Kit NO N Kv, Nov a6f 1920 has been kept jn tlio houso for a few days by boils, is able to be out again. S. C. Franklin left Wednosduy for Lexington to spend Thanksgiving with his mother and K. D. Cox, who sis-to- r. Everett Mullins of Covington is visiting his parents, Judge and Mrs. Cam Mullins this week. J Kdd Wood all wa horo from London Wednesday calling on our louitviiLc4NAtHviu.cn n.Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fisirontl son, Miss Dessie Niceley and E. T. Mullins weto in Stanford Sun- - TIMS TABUJ. 2 24 28 21 duy. tiottn norm south douth Mommy night to attend Masonic Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Marsh banks of Ottawa spent ThanksJcsso Meadows is homo this giving with Mr.und Mrs. A. H. week. Humlin. Judge D P. Belhurum is very Mrs. Burgess, Hysinger and sick tl U week. bright little son, Burgess Ray, Miss Dhvib. of Lungdon School, were in Cincinnati last week visiting relatives. is quite ill this week. Thoo. Morey, prominent citizen Dwigut Bowman is home from and I'olition of London was in Louisville this week. town today shaking bancs with G. H. Mullins is at home this his many friends. week from Lancaster. Mrs. Cora White is just back J. Mont (Cohorts was down from a visit to her husband id from Hrodhead Friday. Mt Carinel, III Reports Mr. Cashier A. M. Hiatt was over White getting along nicely. from Drodhtad Saturday. Jesse lames LeBord and Miss John Lair was home from Ruth Anna Vanlmok, prominent Louisville during the week. young people of this town were Joo McKenzie and family d married here Thanksgiving Day. to Stanford bunduy. The Sigdal wishes this young Wm Mullins was home from couple much happiness. Frankfort during the week. Mrs. Bon for, of Washington Cims. L. Davis was home from D. C, arrived Monduy night to Phone No. 8. Mrs. M. T. Minihnn and son. 6 14 p m John, are in Mt. Vernon this 3:35 am week visiting friends and rela 12:17 P n tives. 12:! am Albert Owens and Grover C. Tas. Landkum, Agent. Hatcher, ot Corbin, were here PERSONALS root-ore- if im James Arthur Franklin was typhoid fever at Langdon School ill Fish's. Genevieve Mullins of tlnoxville over from Wildio this morning. Word comes from Wildie this Tenn , and Clementine Mullins, county that a piece of copper pipe F. L. Thompson Jr. is home of Livingston, were visiting M.s. 18 ft long and 1 inch in diameter from Corbin foe Thanksgiving. Atty. J. Tucker Bowling, of T. D. Mullins and family this was ree'd at the static n there during the last week addressed to Hurhin; Ky , was in town Monday. weok. Miss Carrie Hysinger returned one of the merchants in the eust W. K. Gott was in Cincinnati Saturday with a carload of tur- homo Saturday after spending a torn part of this county.JWe r, what this is to be used for if very pleasant week with her keys. Mrs. George Rogers, at not for making moonshine whisJulian Miller is homo this week key. Let us hope it will be put to suffering from an attack of bron Richmond. better use. Mrs Wra. Mullins and daughchilis. won-dor sis-to- "T Tiiginiiiiiin and Col. James Maret. arrived iu Mt Vernon from Richmond by auto, Wednesday afternoon. They loft on night train for Bristol, and will visit Long Island, Dufficld, Big Stone and Cumberland Gaps, Middlesboro and other points along Boone Trail, the VVildemess The biggest Overcoat vtiluos in Road and Boone Way, town are Fish's $29 and $39 specThere are two grades of ials. O'Bryan Overalls. Fish sells the We regret very much to loose best grade only. Brother Young as he has been Mrs. VV.T. Antill, of Louisville, ono of our most progressive citiBrodzens and has been particularly and Mrs. Wra. Houk, of head, visited their sister, Mrs. interested in the spiritual and W. L- Cummins last week. moral uplift of our county. Flash lights for Xmas presents The latest and best styles of spectacles on hand all the time at Franklin's, Mt. Vernon. Miss Anna Brown, who is at at Franklin's Mt. Vernon, Ky. tending Berea College, was home Landrutn Council No. 69 R. & Monday. S. M , will ho'd a call meeting for from Saturday until Fight the winter with ono of the purpose of conferring the degrees' Monday, Nov. 29th 7:3op Fish's Special Overcoats at the m. AH Royal Arch Chapter Ma- new low price. sons wishing the degrees are reBrown & Purcoll have dissolved quested to be present. partnership W H. Brown is Special prices on Ball Band running the butcher shop and Va-Te- nn, Grocery merchants Cbpt D C. Tackett who has b en here for two seasons us Supt of the Road work being done by the State, left yesterday for his homo in Wickliffo for the winter. He has many friends hero who nope to see him back with us next year. 0. C. Harklcroad of Loudon is hero to take charge of tbo Gtate road work In this county. Mr. Harklcroad isanoxporienced road man and wo predict hu will prove a valuablo man on the job. CONSTIPATION. Most laxatives and cathartics afford only temporary roliofand should be used only for that purpose-. When you want permanent relief tako Chamberlain's Tablets and be careful to observe the direclions with each package These tablets not only move the bowels, but improve the appetite and strengthens the digestion. Good warm sweaters from $i.Go up at Fish's. Dr. W. A. Pusev, of Chicago, King-iport- , LOCAL - Copyright 1920 Hart SclulTncr Ic Marx m, Vm rri'i i'ifo I'lifilri ffir-f- f inn mrfiiT-l-'- T 1 .a ... gia. ..?. .KjioJnfit'p. . Do your Xmas shopping early. WANTED : Men or women to take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guar nnteed hosieay, full line for men, women and children. Eliminates Wo pay 75 cents an darning hour spare time, or $36 00 a week for full time. Experience unnecessary. Write, International Stocking Mills, Norristown, Pa. Wantkd:- - Man with team or auto, who can give bond, to sell home and farm 137 Watkins Biggest concern of oroducts. kind in world. $roo to $5000 yearly income. Territory in this county o"peff7 "WTTfe'lo'day "to 7 R. WATKINS CO, Dept. 144, Winona, Minn. You can get the sweater you want at the price you want to pay at Fish's. You xtlsl Jfce JI the money on these clothes---w- e .?tflv. W. M. Baker who has been ter, Mary, Mrs. Frank Mullins quite sick for the past few days, and David Craig drove down to Junction City Sunday to meet is better. A. P. LeMiiBtcr and Mr. King Wm. Mullins. fc Tft"Tfp"Win"Llv7iigsm Tues' " S. F. Bo w marr and Gentry came in Monday night day evening. Prof. A. li. McGuiro left Wed- from Ohio with Mr. Gentry's car. to spend They report a bad time from nesday for Ashland Brodhead to Mt. Vetnon. Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mullins were Little Martha Mcliee is very sick this week. She is reported in Mt. Vernon Wednesday to Level Green to sptnd a to have typhoid. Elizabeth-ton- , frw days with her parents, Mr. Chtis. Whitehead, of Tenn., was visiting home and Mrs. J. J. Brown. folks this week. Rov. C. A WnnWinkle, ot Be- Hugh McOeo was down from reu, will preacn at tlie ctutstian Brodhoad Sunday to see his little Church Sunday, Dec. 5. It is hoped that every member of the daughter, Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Brana-ma- congregation as well as the com of Wildie, 4vere with Mrs. munity will hear Mr. VanWinkle. He is the son of our late Brother Bello Lair Monday. J. W. VauWhikte. John W. Leo, formerly of this Rev. H. T. Young, who has county, but nowjresiding at Daisy, been pator of the Christian Tenn., was here today. Mrs. Sam Lucas, who was taken church hero for the past five to the Robinson Hospital last years, has resigned as pastor and will preach his last sermon next week, is improving. Sunday. Mr. Young leaves with Albert Clark was here Thursfamily for Lexington next day from Orlando en route to his weok, where ho will engage tn Stanford on business. the insurance business. Elijah Cummins is here from Miss Angie Payne, the attracfor Thanksgiving. Cincinnati tive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. More details next weolc. O M. Payne, of Disputanta, and A. H. Hamlin who is interested Mr. Maurice Phillips, of Wildie, in the oil business in Kansas is were married at the home of the at homo for a few days. bride Wednesday. The Signal Mrs. Bello Lair sold her farm extends the glad hand to this on Renfro Creek, near Rose Hill happy young couple. church to Sheriff Langford. -te n, -- Fish's Special good. $29 Overcoats are the talk of the town. Get yours today whila the getting is make the friends . : . ' . - :n ., ' T. C; 0'M4rar'has tnsValled' a'n Haywood Vulcanizing Plant and will repair cuts, blowouts, rim cuts, inner tube or any tire trouble sizes 2j to 5 inches. Ho is located on Mala Stteet in the Miss Kate Moore place. Mr. O'Mara has taken a course in Tire Surgery and can repair any tire trouble. te -- We reduced- prices regardless of costs because we knew people wanted lower prices. -- Salary: $35.00 per week and expenses to man or woman with rig to Introduco Santa Claus will make his head Eureka Egg Producer. Euieka quarters for this county at Fish's Mfg. Co., East St. Louis' 111. Cash storo. ANrOUNCEMENV. We are just in receipt of a There will bo Thanksgiving check ror $t 50 for subscription services at Rose Hill Church to the Signal, from J. F. Lunco-fod- , House Thanksgiving day. Every Clayton, New Mexico, also body invited to come and bring a copy of the Chamber of Com- a full basket. There will be sevmerce New, which is In every eral speakers on the ground. particular a first class little paper Get it at Fish's and you know devoted to the interest of Clayit is right. ton and Union County. Mr. Litnceford is Editor of this FOR SALE OR RENT. paper and is to bo commenked. Our property on Main S treet He is a former Rockcastle Connty opposito the Telephone exchange, boy and all of his triends aro con sisting of dwelling house, glad to hear of his success. store roDin, darn, smoke house, and large garden, fruits consisting of apples, cherries, grapes, also a fresh stock of groceries. Write or call on or mice, after you use John Renner, sure rodent killer. Try a It's a Pk f. and prove It. Rata killed with Mt. Vernon, Ky. leave no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Guaranteed. Have you seen Fish's $29 spec35c size 1 cnke enough for Panial overcoats? try, Kitchen or Cellar. Straight We're making this store the value center of this county. Fish's Special SUITS and OVERCOATS Harf Schaffner & Marx SUITS AND OVERCOATS 29 $39 Satisfaction or money back NO MORE Rdts RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P THE STORE THAT SELLS FOIt CASH y Arrow Shirts and Collars Coopers K. K. K. Union Suits Nu-Wa- and son, of wore visiting Miss Cheek at the Dormitory last week. Mrs. Ellen Price has mov ed to her property recently purchased from the Sum McCluro heirs. Rov. Cheek Dan-villo, argCprCCOCrpOC L. W. BETHURUM ATTCHNEY AT LAW MT VHKNON, HY Will practice In all the .uurt3. Office on Church btrect W 65o slzo 2 cakes for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings SI. 26 size (5 cakos)iiough for all farm and outbuildings, storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by C. C. ATTOBNEY-AT'LA- Williams MT.VEBNON.KY. DAVIS DltUU STORE ;. 0. COX Mt.Vernon, Ky. $ XSKDCSJcCXXaBX OFFICE.- - Onand.floorofJ Bank of Mt. Vernon, on I Church St. Special atten tlon given collections. 'PNONK 80 Sweaters Stretch Suspenders Crawford Shoes Rain Coats Flash Lights For XMAS & BATTERIES Colds Oafarrh Coughs which necersarily holds these ailments in store for us. We all know that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Let us reccommend our Palatable Extract of Cod Liver Oil with Hypphesphitcs for best results See us for further information Price $1.00 for One Pint In QUANTITY Prasants We are now entering upon the season, TUB LATEbT STYLE OP Spectacles and Eye Glasses On hand all the time. Can tett the eve and tit you properly. Hold a Stat Llcemu and Certificate from State Board of Healthy Do all kinds of l'loe Watoh Repairing Old clocks made new. - Shelton What Mrs. Brenninger. of New York place last Sunday. Grigsby's family are moving to Says About Rat Poison. Mr. "Tried preparations that Kill rats Berea. Double wedding. RAT SNAP is the only one Leonard Seals and Miss Georgia but that prevents disagreeable odors Llnville, Mr. Bob Ambrose and wero after killing. Also liko KAT-SNAMiss Celestla Croucher because it comes in handy cakes, married VIov. I7 at Kev. L. R. no mixing with other food. You Rowlett's We wish them u long don.t have to dirty your hands, and happy umrried life. Morris its tho best for household use." Phillips and Miss Anglo Payne Try RAT SNAP. Three sizes, visited tbo lattcr's sister, Mrs. 351 65c, $1 25. Sold and guaran. Tine Williams, near Wallaeoton teed by Davis Drug Store, and Sunday Rov. Geo. Childress, of U. 0. Cox, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Brodheaj, passed through hero visited her mother, Mrs. Cope, last Friday. --J. W. Todd is suff. oring with rheumatism. Mrs. Jack Woods, of iMnciunati, ii vis. iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Payne. J. W. McCollom and son, John and a few more fellows went fox hunting Satur. day night near burnt Bridge. Mr. McCollum lost ooe of his bounds and lost two days bunting for it. The dog returned homo later, . Si. C FRANKLIN Watch Initiator L. O- - ROCKFORD Mr. Jesso Bullous is on the sick list this weok. Miss Myrtlo McCollum made a Hying trip to Uerea Saturday. Frank Crouch or moved to the N. Mt. Varnon, Ky. Guaranteed to give results. 1 Pioneer Drug Store SHERIDAN BOWMAN. Proprietor. li. U. Northern lust Friday, euroute for Brush Creek W. H. Llnville and ft T. Abney have go do to London this Mootr Dttk without qutttloa S.lv. week to servo on tho fedorul jury. U HUNT? of ITCH, la th. Iic.tm.nl -- Jamos Grant who has been sick KINQW0RM. TSTTBK cr ethir 71luhlnc botkla dluiM. Tiy ctat our ilik. for some timo is no of Jackson ha been Tomploton, Mm Pioneer grading hurley for J. W Todd. Mrs. J. W. Lambert, of Berea, "" r better.-Dewoy KZEfU jfrvf wFjI If' H Drug Store ' 3A.-- ii STARKS-LOUSVr inamimliWi.,gBmi f.LH i ttmm m I, iVriaTffliVia3V7i NuZo la wcko; bit lots jist in gib yue al juigwi tii nTini mtiitiifMVt,m linn wnw wiwii riiivftfrini'i I if nnV Vi).BrtMBkfaMiwMiiiaMy CRUTCHER 77ie WonderuZ Discoveries of Thomas Edison, Jr. "Mother, there's the best Boys' Store in Town." flit Sort fiSfatvhrJittVaRi9S nCHERSllRKS Granvffr ft.Burfon fifois, BRANCH CII HOTEL LoulsvillB-t- he Metropolis CRUTCHER & ST ARKS-LOUISVIL- LE Rockcastle Counfy Farmers Show Progress Homos We nre pleasedto note that it large number of t he progressive Farm and home owner are taking pride in adding conveniences, comfort and improvements to their homes and farms by installing modern Up to date Lighting, Cooking, Ironing ami Heating Systems. Those who have plants already installed in their homes and well pleased, are, viz: M. 0. Siiylor Jim Moore Jin Nne John Mink Moss Mulliiw G. W. Rrown V. H. Linvillc R. E. Qulun W. C. Vlara T.J. Mink T. R. Mulllns O. M. Payne W. M. Manis John Berry ftreen Cress Ji)hn Snyer Jim Wolfe W. II Brown Hardin Moore Numerous. other homes will be brightened and made happy just ns fast aa their outfits at rive from the J.B.I OLT GO'S. Factory at Chicago, 11. 1 "A TEN YEAR TEST." Horse Cave. Kv. July 1, 1919. B, Colt Company, Factory at Chicago, 111. Gents : 1 installed one of your automatic' feed Colt Lighting outfits about ten years ago. This was uod for lighting the store rooms and hotel. It ha given perfect satisfaction, and I have never been to any expense for repairs on this plant. Very truly. J. Clarence Owens, C. Representative C. BATES I MT. VERNON KENTUCKY YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED That hit year's , suit or dresi can be made to appear like a Sand Via Parcel Post. New One. 909 th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (incorporated) Louisville, Ky. Division Engineer J b. Wat kin 1000-5- 00 of the Ky. State road Uopt. was here from London Saturday look ing over tho work being done in November almost gone and this county on the Diiie Highway December lit, drawing near which will close CATARRH CANNOT I3Ej OURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as' they cannot reach the' seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and in ordor'to'cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken intornally and acts through the blood on 7tbe mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Mediclno was pre awribed by one of the best iu this country for years. Itiis composed of somo of tho best tonics known, combined with some of the best Tha perfect combination of tbe ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what pro duces such wonderful results tn catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free, FJCHENEYfc CO.. Props., 4 pby-aiclablood-purifier- our Junior riculture Club Campaign. Have you a Ag- school Junior Club in your district or community? Is it as big as it can bu made this All year r tho assistance furnished these boys and glils will be trte Why not have a Junior club and get what is coining to us and our boys and girls. New application cirds with 83 projects, or things lor boys and grls to do, can be gotten from County Agent, Bcrea. Tiie following are somo of the things they can do with the aid and bucking o' State College of Agriculture aud United States Department of Agriculture. Raise: Com, potatoes, soy beans, sweet clover, fruits, garden, tomatoes, tobacco, pigs, sow and litter, sheep, poultry, bees. Study: Sowing, homo arts, foods, canning, butter making. There should be a Junior club iu every school district, directed by Local Leader, Trustee and Taledob.' jAU'Drugglata, 750. (flail's Family Pills for stipation, ; con- ""' with rust an cfti cicnt job of plowing can not be Tuiclier. All resistance and help done until the corroded parts necessary for the devtlopuien again have aiquiied a polish by If in Stanford let us Battery and success of o.tch club will he use fuiiil-be- d by State College- ol The United States D. partment Agriculture and U S Depart of Agriculture, of course, does ment of Agriculture through the not stop with the plow in its adCounty Agent. monition in this regard. Harrows Write to County Aucnt, Rerca, also relatively simple but today for club application cards important implement, and start your club. are, next to plows, most general Ujneglected. Many farmers wh THIS A1KANS YOU. would not neglect an expensive When you get up with a bad harvesting machine, say the ex. taste in your mouth, a dull tired tteling, no relish for food and are pei ts, ate caieless us to harrow constipated, you may know that and other implements of this typo you need a dose of Chambeiluin's Mat these, also, reprcsunt cap.tal invested, and a larger return is Tablets. They not only cuu.se an passible if they are piop rlv cared1 agreeable movement ot the bowels for at the end of the se.ison. but cluuibo and invigorate the If harrows are stored under a stomach and improve the diges hlied, the to'ith should be lion. by blocks or boards, so tli.it they w II not bicomecm-beldei- l On last Monday night. Ashland TT T O protected with heavy grease is in tlif ground All accu1 O oettePOj out jn th.e Wcatber than Notice to CorresponLodge 64O V &A M held anoth er enthusiastic meeting. The mulations of earth aud trash standing in a shed without any dents should be removed This is Master Mason's degree was protection by grease or oil the and mire tnat's applicable to woodenGet your letter in every upon tho following: If. F old reliable rodent destroer The United States Department frame barrows. The tuithly acConies in cakes no mixing with Bryant, August Krenger, Prof of Agriculture lias two bulletins on Tuesday, if week u aid other food. Your money back If Robert Fields, Christopher U. cumulations retain it fails. Farmers Bulletin O46 and Farm, accelerate decy When the possible and not later 36o lze 11 eako enough for PanBates, (1 rover l Hatcher and ers' Bulletin 947 devoted to the wooden parts have dried out try. Kitchen or Cellar. than Wednesday, W. G llysmger There was 6c bizo (2 cakes) for Chicken ropuir anil adjustment ot rurru thev should bo painted, ltoiiBf, coops, or small buildings quite an assi mblate of memburs With ull imple implements. to prevent season check'iig and fl 25 alzo 6 oaVes enough for More than fifty present. There sheltered for winter storage merits splitting. As the harrow worts nil farm and factory buildings buhillni:, or will be another such meeting To the Voters of Rockcas: you have time to write for these in wet(iarlh and close to the Sold and Guaranteed by soon. bulletins aid to use tbe informatlk Countv: grout)', deterioration is rapid DAVIS MtlMJ STOKE tion they couttiin in putting your I appreciate the contidunce you 0. C. COX You Guard Against Burglars. But once checking bus started. implements and niacliints in the had in me to veto for me as ono If the disk harrow is stored in Mt. Vernon, Ky. What About Rats? best possible condition for next of tho School Board, especially a shed or other lloorloss ouilding Rats sttnl millions of dollars crop season tho ladies., Those that voted tiiu disk gangs should be run worth of gram, chickuns.eggs.etc ished. Pressure of othet worlt, against me I appreciate tlrem us will not Destroy property and are a upon hoards so the disks AGENT WAN THD IS Mt. Ver- voting for the best interest of the become embedded iu the ground. however, frequently makes this menace to health. If youare trouWhether housed or uot, the im inconvenient, but nothing should non to sell .the Original Watkms schools as they thought. I know bled with rats, try plement curefully bu allowed to interfere with get Remedies, Spices, Extracts, etc , my pledge has not rnly being for It will surely kill thuin prevent cleaned ofshould be ana Necessities and repeaters All the interest of schools in my side all accumulations of ting all machinery gteaseu, odors. Cats or dogs wont touch soil, possible, uuder cover before or spate time. Write Watkins of the County, but for the county and the disk should be if Co. 58 Mtinpliij, Tenn, it. Ccies iu cakes. Three sizes beginning ot winter. Then, at large. I shall always be teady u reused with a heavy grease to tho 35c, Cue, $1 25 Sold and guaranyou can LOST. to advise with the patrons of tho prevent rust. The paint, panic as early in the winter as teed by Davis Drug Store and tilurly 011 the wooden parts should find time for it, go over every Purse containing ladies hunting county to tho "best interest of C. C Cox, Mt. Vernon, Ky. piece and see what repairs are case gold watch aud other articles schools. be renewed frequently. needed. If new parts have to be Reward for rerurti to J.W.Brown W. W.J.Alcorn. GKT THE MOWKK UNDKK SHKLTKR, ordered, order them atonco. A Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3t. Mowers, more generally tbun great deal of valuable time is plows and harrows, are put under lost ovory spring waiting for re Will Pondei, of Page, Ky., was sbolter, but many ot them spend pair parts to arrive from the city The best possible use should here last week visiting bis father, the winter at the edge of tbe meadow wheiu the last cutting be made of such housing space May Ponder, and while hero purCOUNTV COURT L'UICUIT C0U1IT chased a fur in from his brother, of hay was made, and inmost as is available, and grease and Judge B. J. Dothurum, Judg- e- Cam Mullins not properlv paint should be used without Sv How. cases they aro H. L Ponder for $625 wumy nuy. a. u. Somerset. Cler- k- S. P. Uowmnn. ard is confined to his room with greased, even when sheltered stirt. Any farm lm lenient with Commonwealth Attorney Kibort Browning,) Get tbe mower undor shelter, if bearings aud bright parts well rheumatism. W. N. Flippiu, Somerset aueni- r- lip Utugiord. contractor, Ins just completed a possible. Iu any case, clean tho Jailor Wade Live&ay. Clerk T. J. Nicoley, knife bar, wipe it with a greasy Tax Commissi!, ler C.T.Slgmon huge barn for Carter Saylor Mt. Vernoq. W. W. Durham. John liuud is home from Robin- - rag nnd store in a dry place. (1. S. Surveyor Master Commissioner Coroner Jatk A. Jones. sun. Ky., for a few days. Melvin Place a block of wood or other Griffin, Mt. Vernon. Bamett, the hustling Singer support under the midpoint of Trustee Jury Fund P.R. Miller, COUNTY BOARD OP Sowing Machine salesman, was tho tougue, so that it will not ac Mt. Vernon. EDUCATION. iu Laurel county last week Tho quire- a permanent sag. If the Kidney, liver, bladder and uric add 12 days Mrs. Alice Davis, Supt. 1st Monday in Feb. troubles ar most dangerous betobacco men are taking advantage mower is stored with tho cutter 18 days. 1st Monday in May J. 0. Scoggins, Suporvison. In a vertical position, place cause of their insidious attacks. of the dump weather in prepar-,'ba- r Heed tha first warning they give Ord Monday ir Aug. 18 days. Div. No. 1. Sum Filds, Burr. a block of wood under the shoo that they need attention by taking in" their weed for market. Div. No. 2. K. L. bkidmore, tc tako the weight off the frame. MT. VERNON Brodhead. COLD MEDAL All accumulations of vegetable Div. 'No. 3. Geo. Hullock, W. H. Carmical. Police Judge and dirt should bo matter Hansford. Clerk K. S. Albright. aud all bearings and other Div. No. 4. L. T. Cliff. Marshall P. D. Debord. bright p rts of tho machine oiled fr riuNT?M:?"S Pino Hill. ron.ejr for rTnSwVrm.tkttZkro; or ri eased. Much iIiummm iulu Tb world'willstandardwmrd oil thus tbi' Chairm.ru board W. ft. Simmon. dl dUordor, Div. No. 5. often T. R. Mullins, F, G. Miller, mm and trincthtn tho bod tgainit Members of Board ttSViKSSWlrtS'-ViiS- : apply to reapers and bludors Withers. furtbtr attacks. Thr tliei, all druwtnta. Clontz, Elmer Porciful, John Div. No. 6. R. T. Abney, fa Ik Mai CoU Medal ocore pi0in0utl8 wh0n it8 work is fin- - lfc m4 Mat laiiUtlM tivf Ma O. D. Bryant. uy DUputanta, tiec.o mo pitted scarce ober hut" this I'm looklr. a hod fur a fue days Then I It In sorts an jist the vury kin yue .or a'ter." Dozo cny ub yue fulkes no wharo Gauley are? Many a Brain Is Trying To Well, ir yuo dont I kin tel yue. Yue goo kinder down the rode to Work With Weekriiiu wharo the rode splits or makes a Blood todes uv one an tak the utlier one f rum the olo brok topt oko. MOKK HIGH. KED BLOOD Then when yue gits nurly Thar NEEDED. yue kin so The smok a billu outln Tho smok staks yue ar on Tho (Jives Von the rile rode. Bee shore an cum ober ncx Sunday tied mabe I kin Health To Tackle 'Your hav nior nex weke. We hint Daily Work Willi rote mutch fur no hum paper Vigor f jlkes but mabe wo kin lam bow Sunday. If yue hab a few words If you sit nt a dusk all day in for usesfolkes hand to P. M. by an office, whether you arc patchMonday P. M. ed on a high st ol or seated in an upholstered chair, your bodv s inactivu. Yim can't gu much rresh uir ami outdoor excrete. In this day of complicated maYour blood becomes pcor. You chinery most farmers probably look )iile ami feel weak. give little thought to the cure of The great ionic, is what you rued for aw liilo. It so simple uu inplement ns a plow. makes ricli, red blood. It i us tores Hut more elTirt has been expendour energy. Your color comes ed in the slow progress of developing Ibis seemingly simple tool Imclt. When your blood i good, full than in that of any other imple of red corpuscles, you are better ment on the farm. It is the basic alilu to resist iIimiiu. You go tillage tool, the fundamental farm about your daily work v.itb thu iinplenitiiU and it is richly entitled to be properly cared for optimism of good health Try and notice when not in use. bow you improie SHOULD UK KT3KBD IN DRY l'LACK I c) to Mai gau is sold in both Whim laid by, say the impleliquid and ta let form. Take ment experis. tho plow should, if either kind jou prefer Hoih have possible, be . tored in a dry place, medicinal Value, tint away from contact wbh the ! the sumo be sure you get the. genuine Pep ground. In any case, the bright -- "Guiles." The fuM pans should alwas be coated name, ' Guile's Pepto Mangan" With grease to irreVent rust Oouelj sKblTdbecn the " PERCHED ON A HIGH STOOL IN AN OFFICE Attention! Mr. Car owner IVpto-Mnnga- n 1 lVpto-M-itiKa- Protect Your Battery For The Winter See that your battery is full lVpt-Miiin- charged and Cells are not leaking "" '' '""1 We are well equipped for recharging Test Your rc3ingl)atteries FREE "EXIDE" Battery Sold 1 The Bailey Garage Stanford, Ky. JX J n ATC RAT-SNA- sup-lorte- d K con-furre- d ui"i-tur- suf-iL'ietit- ly RAT-RNA- GAULEY. DIRECTORY s , VICTIMS RESCUED ( ( I rK 1 rioneer urug e