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Mount Vernon signal: January 4, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918010401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 4, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $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. 6HlUt4 II PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VOLUME XXXI Mt f enum MT. VERNON, Signal JANUARY 4 118 .' ESTABLISHFH 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, NUMBBB 15 TP 7 t !"" ' j5" r5 1 juniors, atqcnanBBaaaBHaBBTHaSBBaBlSlaSBBTaHalaB adults and twenty-fivof which she wishes the honor given to Uncle Arch Albright who held the toi t gt h nf wtille WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES, WHICH WE EXPECT TO CLOSE OUT IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE i4JJ44rfiM4JM4j CoatA- JLj jcj Suit S & -' . she solicited nc embers During this campaign uncle Arch had two cases of German measles to c nteud with. It seems that we have German intrigue in. every tiling we attempt to do. J F. Hams, aged 77, died at the home of son, John Harris, at 8:30 Tuesday evening of inijfSnities incident to old age Hfs wife has been confined to h.r bed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R S. Martin, for the pajg several months and .her condition is very serious. Mr- Harris' health began to fail some six or eight months ago and during all this jtime he has been unable to come to see his wife. His remains were ibmied in tne Sayers burying ground near his home Wednesday afternoon. Besides lis widow he is survived by five daughters and one son as follows: Mrs. P. - Dolly Vardcn Hour $1.52 Hundreds of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Fancy and Staple GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SADDLES, HARNESS, TINWARE, CHINA WARE, etc. Make a resolution to trade at Start the New Year right. BAKER'S BLUE FRONT STORE. BAHGrAIlsr s W. Tharp, Mrs. W. H. Sowder, Mrs. R S Martin, Mrs. J. E. Wallin. and John Harris, of this place, and Mrs Henry Shubert, of Defiance, Ohio. Mr. Harris I y K was one of Rockcistle'e best citizens and has done as much hard work as anv man of his strength, J J. Painter, being a cripple of Stanford, was here Wednesday to attend the funeral of Uncle Fount Harris. Mr. Harris and the late George E. Painter father of J. J. Painter, were staunch friends and Jot a number of years had lived on adjoining farms. A little girl of Mrs. Kllen Rash was so anxious t) become a member of the Junior Branch of the Red Cross that she borrowed tafv.ty five cents and agreed to go n piece of work each Monday for five weeks to pay the twenty live cents, and has already got a credit on the debt If all the people in this town showed half the amount of enthusiasm it by thii child IS shown would be less difficult to raise funds of this kind, still we have no grounds to comp'aiu with reference to the Red Cross member THE BLUE FRONT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE W. F. 13H 3 MT. VERNON, KY. ford, who has been assigned to Rockcastle arrived Wednesday and is now at the Rockcastle Hotel ready to figure your income, if you owe any. Our advice is that if you think you are in the list, you had better come and tatk the mattef over with him. If you owe income tax and fail to report Uncle Sam will know it sooner or later and then the consequence will be several times worse than the payment of a little income tax in the proper way. aker I A Square Deal may always be xpeted f rem a squre dealer. We deal ia Square and every ether essential for Carprnter. Aa the Tools we tell are ea the fPu qua re. accurate, stroagly made and ef the very ee t and most reliable Materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Alse, ws ship secured here, it is seldom that a tnme can be found in town that does not display a service SUTTON BR OD H & McBEE t THE CLOTHIERS EAD Brod-hea- d The stockholders of The Pair Association will meet at i:oo o'clock next Saturday afternoon to elect a Board of Directors for the management of the Association's business for The directors will meet 1918 immediately after the stockholdto elect officers. Secretary Granville Owens will make a concise report of the financial condition of the association and the prospects for the Every stockcoming season. holder is expected to be present. Ottis Hale is here with his mother and other relatives from Detroit Ottis has a good position there and will return shortly to begin his duties for the new year. The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Gentry and Bradley Brown, took place at the residence of L. N. Bowling, the officiating minister, instead of Jeilico, Tenn., as reThese are ported last week. splendid young people and have many young friends here who join us in wishing them much Hiss Dora Vance, happiness one of the graded teachers here spent the holidays with home folks at Upton. The family of B. T Young have German measles. It is said that this character of Jftsasass ordinarily amount to little with the sufferer, yet the fact that there is the word Ger. ers' meeting Li amounted to a great deal more, and he came out the next week by saying that he intended to say twenty-fivthousand instead of what he did say. Now the facts are that his first statement was the correct one, and that the banking institution at that place subscribed for the twenty-fiv- e hundred dollars worth of the Treasurer; Guy Roberts, Senior bonds and that it did not come Deacon; J.W. Moore, Junior Dea- from one or more individual patcon; Emmett Maddox and J. L. riotic citizens of his town. We Pilkenton, Stewards; and W. J. , will not comment on this affair regret it The government wil Owens, Tyler Mr. and Mrs. S. further, but desire to call the at- - get after all income tax slackers. T. Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, were tention of our good friend to the There's hardly a business man, visiting Mr.and Mrs, Mack Barnes fate of Ananias and his wife, merchant or professional man, here last week. Chas. Rash, of Sapphira Red Cross cam- who won't have to make a reTorrent, Ky., was with his paign that has just ended here turn et income. Farmers, as a mother, Mrs. L N. Van hook, jwas certainly attended with class, will have to pay the tax. here this week. Eld. L. N. Bowl, marked success, and undoubted- - iThe safe thing to do is for every ing held services at Goshen Christ, ly there were never a more loyal person who had a total income of ian church, in Lincoln county, 'force any where than those '1,000 or $2,0oo, as the case may last Sunday. He will preach who solicited members here,and be, and who is not sure about there one Sunday each month among those who deserve special what deductions the law allows during the year, and with one mention are: Mesdames W. P. him. to play it safe by calling on Sunday here, one at Paint Lick Carter, L N. Bowling, Jop Al the income tax man. The man man to designate this kind of and one at Nicholasville takes up bright and Miss Thelaa Pilken in the field will have forms for ton. Bill Arch Hayes and A G. every body and persons who exmeasles from other measlee makes his entire time. We over looked one statement Criderin the Ottawa and Hiatt pect to call on 'him need not it almost unbearable at present. lay. and Mrs W. A. Robins, of that our Livingston friend made sections rendered valuable ser- - trouble themselves to write to bin, were here daring the noli- - that we desire to call to the at- Ivice. The individual report of my office for forms. Mr, Mdjttottmoi the readers, and that. Mrs. W. F. Carter was eighty with fetf Mr. H. Rowan Saufley, of Stan. e 1 --- The ( ' Mrs. W.H.Sowder. Mr.and Mrs F.L Durham and little son, Austin, were with the family of J.F. WatI. W. son during Christmas. Tate was in Louisville last week. Mjss Hallie Barnes was the truest of her cousin, Miss Amy Pioctor, at Mt. Vernon, recently. Miss Eila Carson was with home folks during the holidays from Colchord, W.Va , where she She rehas a good position. turned New Year's morning to take up her duties there. Miss Amy Proctor was here last Sunday the guest of Miss Hallie Barnes. At the regular election of officers of Brodhead Lodge of of Masons, December 27. Sylvan Bordes was chosen Master; W. H. Anderson, Senior Warden; W. O. Yaden. Junior Warden; J. M. Roberts, Secretary; A. M. Hiatt, was made by him in trying to get out of a trap that he got himself into with reference to the amount of Liberty Loan Bonds subscribed for in his town. In his first statement. and the correct one too, he rath-e- r boasted about the people there subscribing for twenty fivv hundred dollars worth of bonds and asked us if we could say as much. Afterward he happened to learn that our subscriptions flag, and many of these homes show a white star in the center in dicating that every member el the family is a Red Cross member. Miss Bess Sproule left today for LaFolleite, Tenn., to visit her constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured cousin, Miss Anna Sullivan. by F. J . Cheney & Co., Toledo, I M COM B TAX M AN CO M 1 MU . Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Collector et Internal Revenue is taken internally and acts thru Hughes announces that officers the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces will start from hi headquarters et .the System. One Hundred on January 1, and on January 2, Dollars reward is offered for any every oie of them will be on the case that Hall's Catarrh Medijob in the county assigned him, cine fails to cure. Send for cirto meet the people and help culars and testimonals. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, them make out their income tax Ohio. returns. The officer assigned Sold by Druggists, 75. to this county vill be at Mt VerHall's Family Pills for constinon from Jan. 2nd to Jan. 8th pation. On his arrival he will inform bankers and postmaster where I". M. Jones Makes Affidavit his office will be located It 1 never have attacked any will be well for every unmarried person whose net income for good work of the Y. If . C. A. gambling 19 7 is $1,000 or over, and every I never called them n.arried person living with wife hells. I never said they h d or husband whose net income for dance halls. I have a letter from seat-mat- e on the train stat-men- t 1917 is $2,000 or over, to call on my that he is the man that the income tax man and learn whether or not they have any made the statement. I have never done anything tax to pay, Collector Hughes said today. The person subject except condemn sin and put to tax who doesu't make return God first. I did not write, dicin the time prescribed is going to tate or even ask B. H. Hillard to -- There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and foi years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treat ment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at ry prices. the most satisfy Mt. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House LEAST YOU FORGET Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and ehildren go to the Poor House. No; because the Bible says: u He That Providcth not for his own, and especially those of his own household, is worse than an infidel." Begin providing for your loved ones today by opening a Savings Account in the write his article. I am sorry that the public has been annoyed with such newspaper controversies, for which 1 am in no way responsible. I am giving monthly money to support Baptist preachers working in connection with the Y. M. C A. P. If. Jones. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31 day of Dec. 191?. ui J. L. Harrison, Clerk L. C.C. By C. R. Luker, D. C. JOHN WHITE CO. LOUISVILLE, KV. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. i & CAPITAL 15,00000 aa Ubarat asaortmaat end full value paid - :rFUBS HldM and J. C. GRirflN, President W. H. CO ITONGIM, Vice-President , PT C M. THOMPSON, Cashier m STOPS ON PAPER ca ah MT.VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Jan. 4, 1918 chise and all that pertains there to. Before many years have a ed the inevitable swing of the political pendulum will b tng stent a of their two-third- s Published every Friday by EDGAR S. A LK RIGHT. UBSCKIPTIOlf L Republican Congress a Con- gress that is Republican both ta O l .a nr ONfi YEAR : $1 raarranr: fr'z't.r.'-if'tf- ! litres n:.t-- t explication nv.mncn 1 III! HIMIKK OP I HI Hi II ASSOCIATION SaV? DEMOCRACY BKTRAYED BY the soura. ; S etion of ArticL- XIY. of Consitution of the United 2 St;'.t"s provide that Repraieatatsves bbmmh stall the he several Mates according to their numbers. counting1 the wants numbpr of persons in eacfa State, excluding Indians taxed. Bat when the risrht nt to v(t at any electi n for tiie choice of electors tur President and Yiee-P- n sklentof ibe Jnited those States nay eat and diin States, Representatives in Con-rs- then the Southern Democrats the Bsecative and Judicial have agaiu cut themselves oi officers of a Btate or the me inher- from the body of Northern Dem ed toe Leghd.it arc thereof is de- as effectually as they did in I860 nied of any of the male inhabi-taut- s wii'Mi they demanded that the of such State, being twenty-- Northern Democracy must abyears of aire and citizers jectly surrender to their views one of the United States, or in aa of the institution of huma way abridged except for partici slavery. Northern Democrat t pation in rebellion or other crime, will BO BOOeer think of surre"d the basis of representation shah ering ea the issue of personal proportion liberty in the ha reduced than on the issue of which the number of such male slavery. citizens Khali bear to Uhj whole If the S'i:ii is detei mined fen twenty-on- e number of male eUisetia thi imensat .o ahead with S oars of age in sacB State. policy if tills new pectKMialia This pr i iion of ih Ooaetitn of prohibit i.:. is to b? Impost d npoa Northern and ti n. together with the lifte-ntEasten A nit nd ineiit. lit ci.ir ' that the States by t.ie South and West, f ibe Dolled tfeii the Southern Democrats rielil of ehiz-'n'M not jc denied will have agaia taken themselves St;it"s 'o 9 ite h Party abridged on sccouul of rc,l i'. of the Democratic r c )!or or previous cooditi ns of o;d must abide by the cense servitude,"' has teen r.r.i'.fio quencef, whatever these may be sin e the Bayce Adoiiajafcration - Tiie Piess Pablishing Co. j withlrew the rYderal troops tr m the Southern States New V rtr, Pennsylvania and For forty pears the tight nl Massachusetts must rule or ruin, negro citi.ens to rote In Sooth if the sentiment as expreeeea' has been Bjersisteatlj denied BnJ by the tathor of the above article the penalties pr vid d by th is true. Tiie South must no' Constitution baa never bera en v t" for prohibition s.;s the forced, mi Sontbern State h:: 'Bie. three," if you do, we will evr suffered a reduction in its eat your represeiitati n ;n Con reprerertation through its refusal gress the South mast not mm to permit aeajoci 10 vote, al their rottoa fora good margii though the provision of tlie Cor. of pr lit, unless "we" c in be 1 stitatioa is atsadatory up n Con of a rtill greater profit gross The "Big three" should remem which ber how the pendulum swung in This the Sou h his held for more t9i6Sand the South and Wes than a generation it owes to the did the swinging and did it with Northern Deenicrais who have the assistance of tither New protected the Boathara States York, Pennsylvania or Haasa from purishracnt which Detao ebnsetta. Brata in feaefal have deemed a t');i gross infringement npoa Red Cross Notes sovereign right of every State to were The following essavs regratate its own affairs. Bat the prize winners in the Livingston Southern States are now prepir ng acq liesc ' in mi :h infringe Graded School. Each of thes Mat a .d to nuiiiy th Dfiuciple students have said many things of cal self government to winch that should be known and appie the Dom cr tie party las tens. dated by the citizens of Kock These contents ciously adhered siace the time of castle County. are of great eductionil value Their Senators and Jeffers a in Congress not only in sell ols but to the Representatives have already rated for such nul people as a whole. Brodhead aul lit. Vernon Union sub lificatioa in .t.-.will report ou similar contests tthe Legistatare af ihe mitting several States the prohibition later: RED CROSS. amendments to the Constitution of the Jailed State, and practi The Red Cross society is an call all of the SoalbeTB Legisla- organization very useful now it tures are expected to rat-fto help win the war, and to re Without the votes of the South-e- lieve the Bi ffering so.diers at the Senators and liepresen.a front and also to assists the govtive-this resolution could not ernment of a grt.at responsibility have been submitted; without the to care for the wounded and votes of the Southern Legisla dying soldiers at the front. tures the amendment cannot be The object of the society is. to adopted. .Nation wide prohibi raice funds to defiav the extion, if it comes, will be imposed pense of necessities, such as by States which have turned nudiciue, ;b ndages and other their backs as squarely upon articles to be used b the doc their ancient principles of gov- tors and nurses in the hospitals ern ment as the Russian Batahe-vik- i and especially for temporary have turned their back upon relief on the battle fields and as the obligations of domecracy. sistance to the destitute families, When that day arrive- - the caused by the war. Without South tan expect no more he'p such assistance at this time, from Northern Democrats in re- would be a crime for civilized sisting the enforcement of the people to let such a good work Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend- go unheeded It Is the duty el ments The cry, "No Fore-Bill- every loral citiz n to help win No Negro Denomination!" the war for humanity sake, arjd will fall upon deaf eais. If the the peace of the world and lu-- t South is determined to have ire generations. Government that centralized By Angela Fallas. regulates the personal habits of people, it must CONSERVATION OF MEAT. the American The people of the United accepj a centeralizeu Government that regulates negro fran States should use only one third . the House and the Senate VI: 30 that Congress coiwcr.es it tain that another atte.npl will be made tj redace the represeo (km in the South. Soatheta do uini;atHM of th present C n gross has not beea agreeable to anybody in the North, DeBQOcral or Bepablicaa. Me.i like Claude Kuchin have been treating tnc rest of the country like a con que red provio e, imposing out rageoaa burdens of taxation ami giving as little as possible in return. The price Of wheat for the Northern fanner is fixed by due process of law, but the Southern fanner is allowed U charge for his cotton all tint th ill bear and is daman traaac more. All those chickens will come home to roost SOUlt day Nobody can object to the Southern States imposing the bos drastic prohibitory laws upon themselves, but when they undertake to rule New York am. Pennsylvania and Massachusetts and say what the people oi i- cr s, . k ii.-.- -- meat, and send other GOOD BY JUDGE W If. LI A MS. to our soldiers and In latt week's issue of the Mt. allies who ai enduiiug great Vernon Signal Judge Williams hardships. tried to reply to my article in The soldiers are now in the defense of F. M. Jones, of which trenches fighting for their coun- he pretends to say I an not the try ar.j probably standing in author. col water, and shivering from Now, since the Judge, with all lacs of warmth, and a fire cannot he has to say, in no sense, with o.hu.' ; e should sen! litem any atdegree of authority 'ii; .iat, which w ill Kcaerale tempts to disprove the statement beat m their body. there in. and, not in the least. After tit's w.u tbeie will be a lesiriug to embarrass the Editor great debt to pay, and if the or to annoy his ..subscribers, and p.ojiie learn well the lesson oi since his pitiful attempt to an dCouotay, and teach their etiild is only a continuation of ren to economize, the debt can falsehood, slander and abuse of y p.;id easily, and if not, it Bro. Jones, prompted only by arili be a kn and bard struggle his own selfish ambitions, I have to raise enough money, and it only one more thing to say, then the people of the United btates this raging maniac like imposter mean to ever economize now is falsifier and would be deceiver the: time. can fight the wind till the whirl Uy Fur man Jo.ies. wind appears OBSERVATION (JF WliEAT. I have not the least regret The people of the United for what I hive said or the posiStates bai e nad a seil ttat yieldedH tion I have j taken. Expres-ion- s tbundantty, ittey therefore have from every source declare the fallea lata the habit of using or fact that 1 am right, lonce more 'eave an open challenge to preWasting according. They use mucii more than is sent evidence disproving the ,ood or necessary for them and statements made. I also further challenge the Judge as "a red waste more than they use. It has now become evident blooded American" to proceed at that we mut economise The once to upprehtnd me for any population has increased to more act or expression of disloyalty to Shan one hundred million people the United States. Come out and the soil is becoming exhaust- fiom your hiding place. Judge, and do something instead of ed. We are in the midst of a great wasting so much "hot air". The 1 will and holy war and our Allies are demands are upon you. expecting and depending upon stand by my position in private, us to economize our great sup- in public, any where, at any cost, ply, that we may be able to fur and if need lie, die for the right Now, Judge, since you in th Bish toe armies of our allies ind our own armies the necessary conclusion of your 'swan song'' them while in which produces such a familiar food to sustain tins great struggle for the world air, and to which tune the devils dance, seem to express a desire By Emil Webb. to turn your screeking, crippled, and almost ruin d vehicle off on a ,.."d turnpike d v.vn Bkagits' L'i'ei;, v o, !o; your Bake, give our consent, und it seems that it wool i be ""'i, a your part, to baster ibe apaei until you Road Inspectors come to the projecting rocks or cave;ns ait hade therein or pro Ended For Year I j - ers, and he declared they were unacceptable in their present form Ha added that the saraM had not been discussed. "If after the resumption of negotiations," the delegate said, jj8nfc.t Contents 15 fluid lracfld j - "the Germans insist ujMm these terms Russia will conclude peace, not with the Germau Imperialists, but with tiie representatives of the people, the Socialists of Germany." We some i, lies hear that Ued ForlnfAnts ar.d ChiMren. rots mm Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria I fjfll ..lUntnfc4 iy J jl fagtte3toacfcaijaaaa Bears the ! Cross workers are charging for sweaters or socks. This is a reat pleasure to Germany and they make use of such reports to handicap American Red Cross Work. Those supplies are for soldiers and are furnished free. I am sure they are furnished only to privates and those receiving small salaries. Those iu the ser vice who receive large salaries and buy their own cJotb.es are Dot considered as needy and likely are not supplied with Red Cross Always c Bfanllsaa Signature Ujjf of luiWi B Chrerfiinatf I aehaerOBia.VkTu MlaeraL Not Nabcotw JtacLMt m In twuvr articles. A State-wid- e mw-2- " i1 i .1... Veniem ur ' ratU Mass Meeting will ; irssutiint'fro?J-nbeheld in Louisville, Ky. , under racSimiteSiat8 the auspices of the National Couu-ci- l and the Kentucky Council of Defense on January 15 ana 16, IfEWWK 1918. This will be the greatest war mass meeting ever held in Kentucky. It will be held la the W .' tw interest of Democracy and will .aBSaaaaaaB' be in every way a meeting of Ii I --o?T of W.appcr. Men of patriotic importance. National reputation will participate in the program, which will be constructive and in influence. Secretary F. K. va m Lane, of Washington, Lieutenant t4Jf43XX Paul Perigord, of ths French n Army, and a number of other men of Mational and State reputation will speak at the Conference. w far-reachin- g ftfl Fert ii.rne LOSS OF SLtt r - F bh bj TMt a i B Use For Over Thirty Years ... r... tmnm M.p.., .,- -r 000 n 1 TRADE MORAL The difference Progressive People a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; kewise the progressiva farmer; and, too, We business wuinan. the shall he glad to initiate people into details of keeping a checking account, l widr-awak- e COL. MARET TO GOON VACATION. between business and success is advertising. Inquire about our rates. ea (to3s business man knows THE value and convenience of Work Jaqi uj saaag auj 0:03 Will Visit Home And Virginia. J.mes Maret, State Road Inspector, finished the Clark .nutty road cost Monday and , will leave Thursday for Mt Col Ver-.on- Se-Vor- i: - 1 n ! 1 - is. ( m s !ftrd. erroneous, in view of ibaoontes During his stay in Winchester et this statement, which takes Jol Maret has endeared himself resumption of the parleying for 10 the people of the community granted. It is declared, however, and his effrts ia behrlf of the thai in case the German delegates good roads h is won for him a insist upon their terms Russia good will placn in the hearts of all not make peace with the "Gi-au- n Hi-many friend-herroad advocates. Imperialists '' Her p sea e will his return will he made "ith the repres en when the roses bloom in the tatives of the pjople, the German spring. -- Winchester Daily Demo- Socialists," the spokesman of ihe crat. Russian delegates insisted with evident inference to the often exCHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH pressed hop.-- of tie Bolshevik i REMEDY. for a social revolution in GerBefore using this preperation many. for a cough or cold you may wish Prom other reports it appears to know what it has done for that the Bolsheviki deteoted an others. Mrs. O. Cook, Macon, nexationist purposes on the part 111 , writes, "I have found it of the Germans in the proposition givfs the quickest relief of any Coagh nrer by the latter that the central reared v I BBud." Mrs. James A KnoLt, powers ahould not be withdrawn , Chillicotht-- , Mo., sas "Cham from Poland, Luthuania and her lain' Cough Remedy cannot the Russians holding that be bet for ccughs and colds." H J. Moore, Oval Pa, says "I it was impossible for those prov have be' n used Chumberlaiu's inces freely to choose their own Cough Remedy on several occar-sio- political destiny until every Ger when I was suffering with man soldier had left their terri a settled cold upon the chest tory. and it has always Drought about i his home town. He will 13. H. HlLLAUD. in the next four mouths vis lut ting iii Virginia and portions of QUICK CURK FOR CROUP Kent ti lev and attei ding l cal and :ate bghway meetings Wat h for the .first symptom, Col Maret a as the inspector hoarseness and give Chamber rw Carle county State aid roads lains Con 4b Remedy at once. n 1916-1..nd expects to be on It is prompt and effectual. the job here again h"ti the work n the conntv roads is resumed S next pring Col Maret acquiied Germany's peace terms showed lie distinction of being tfuon originator of the proposition of positive annexationist plans the part of the central powers. tmttiig B highway through the and urp BBacOrptahJe to Runsii in um orlnnds am from the date form, the Belshe of its inception in i9 13' has tbair i)iesrnt delegates ripoittd to th work incessantly towards its rial Soldiers' aud Workmen's Council omph'tion and his dream will on their re'nrn from Brest iave developed into a reality he Litovsk t Petrogmd fore Uhristflaaa, i9t8 as the road Previous reports that the nego com is now mote than four-fifttiations had beea brokenoff appear 7 a.k.s of the famus ed old Rockcastle River and there ou, hut tie our handh b nd y nr eyes and take a pluuge i.i t i's depths, and forget y ur ui ; sham 'til io'!y a:)d The verdict is ;.gHisst you. Right is on th thru Co;.d by li.ck". d ) the J. CMcCLARY i . Mm Wmm For t v2.vir.SB- -. a GLAD TO TA1B YOUR ORDER FOR THE NBW LlHBRTY LOAM BONDS. WE WILL BB I The Banfqof Mf. Vernon 1 &7M and EMSALMEP mm mm il& H&?XiN t,T --i . STANFORD, KY. Eiqj 000m w WA R N E W - M VI Weal Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary GRADED AND HIGH 'A VI a MT. VERNON SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Eight well trained teachers in literarj department. ij A 1 rl n 1 hs 1 M e wrl-.'m- letters frcm women, telling of the good Cardui has dona flam Tis is the best proof of the value afCareaL It proves tliat Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effects. . ' Ke a M 1 Daily Devotional Exerciaes in each room. Moral town. "School Spirit." W'.A W's y y-- 1 V 12 TAKE J I r Free tuition to conntv graduates and teachers doing High School work. Good board can be secured at 50 cents per day and up. Literary Sacietiss. High ideals. Hand, Chorus work. Second Term Begins Jan. 21, 1918. PiinciMl. rr athcr infrml'n, writ. The Woman's Tonic yA You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Mrs. Mary E. Vests, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardai, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. 1 had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever aw." Try Cardui. D H. LYON. 2 51 8 e Dr. M. K. Pennington " Cour-land- IA rs ns ... B LONDON WILL BE IN OF DENTIST 8 a cure. ! STAY EIGHT BE RIGHT BY KEEPING RIGHT ON TIME You can do thla by having The Russian peace delegation returned to Petrograd today and reported to a joint session of the Central Executive Committee of Soldiers' and Workmen's Depu ties the progress of the negotiations with the Austro Germans at Brest Litovak. M. Kamenetf, a member of the Russian delegation, read the German terms, which he characterized as showing the positive annexation plans of tbs csatral pow MT. VERNON a JAN. 7th (First Day Circuit Court.) V, For a Week or Two Those needing dental work should him at once- E your Watch and Clock Repairing Work Guaranteed Cox Bidg. Opp. Court Houae Dc J. C. JEWELER MOORE THE g AD Druggists XXL see r-DC iVVVVVVVVVMH I IRJ'T 13 FADED PrilNT SHOWS THrlOUGH za 3BB bjj.1 Mj. VLRNON SIGNAL MT. v'iiHNOis KY, Jan 4 wuh SIUNAI. I riMK TABLK. Buckeye church unci history. (Jin3 Taylor's place. Reward if The food year of 191 1918 Riding Piatt aid baggws at returned to J. Fish. Mt.Vernon.Ky Fish's When you come to town nex Cordart Pants sad Cordnroy Uek. fc't forget that you can get a good lunch at Proctor's rest Suits for men al Fish's. taurant next door to Bank of ,,. The new count v officers Willi., Mi. ernon. take charge next Monday. The Rockcastle Chapter has ap- Largest st cii of Ua!l Band ointed the following Committee 'overshoes in Biekcaatte county lea Home Relief Work, which will at Hsh's. ' be carried on asaoag any left des l.orAL t pya chain auto Lost awn.- -' Onp Miawa Dec. 28th Mnti ADVKRT1SK. Council of A few facta about adrertiaing which cannot be denied. National Defense It pays to advertise. Wheat and meat and sugar and It pays the merchantfats will win or lose the war. It pays the purchaser. No advertising known to the The people of the United States business world, equals newspaper have no other buaiuess to look advertising. after till this war is woa. The importance of the supplies of ;h between The j . - 1887 1918 i i aortn.. 24 1 pm See Dr aortal II south U death Tas. No. 8. Phone .. 3:aJ a ...lEt4s .. 12:13 a ui Landkuu, Agent, Ky. lllBll niiim-i- . ftjaJ t Veruon, IWW U a'COilH-Oiasa- a S0 A L P Th psapsos is with Mrs. R her BMther, Mrs W. If. Poyntsr. II l. Beary Cress of Kansas, Is visiting relatives in thUooeety. Foil Sai.k: -- Good horse. 16 J. If. Craig, Quail. laha Liir has been triusfenei works anywhere . to Ft. Meyer Vs., froai Cfcaap Will seii cheap if Mild ul once. Taylor. ; Young, Chiirman Mt Vernon, vh u iu t wn gut yonr lunch Rubins. Kxpc Sectv. at Proctor's Restaurant next, John Lll -" or to Bank of lit. Vernon. Mrs. Annie P. Richards, Mt Vernon, Mrs Mary Susan Allen, widow . EL Carter, Brodhead, die(1 at Mrs. Bettie ()f lhe W.H,S . . i. I v m. roj nter. mi IT eanon, her home neat Withers, lust Living-to- n, G. S. Giiffia, ngbt. T. C Welch, Living-toNext Week is Circuit Court. W. If. Bullock, Hausford, . This is ; four weeks term and L C Reams. Orlando, there is a fail socket which will Fred Mailtos, Withers, hold (he court for th-- fttll time. H. H. Wood, Wildie, H. T. Koctocsailn Vou vVant Cental work done. at the titute by their dependents being Uotef next week, if called to the front: Pennington lev. j ". I I .j 7 . n, i Miss Tanna TheaSPS m, of Crab j J. HISSING Ut,J. ti PnOCTOK, H Orchard, is with Peynier. Miss Be-- s Orlando, ivy. Dr. M. K. Penuinaton, dentist, will be' at the Rockcastle Hotel. Misses lalts Fish and Celia hiatt sra visiting relatives sear Potdav, Januiry ;ii, t do dental v. 01k. He will be there Pdnt Lick. f r only a few days. Make Fish's C..h btore your were both assae from Caatp Taylor this wek aid look be idqoarters when you come to Circuit Court aeXt Weetc. We ing fine. rhshatr sad Mrs C. fcf.Tbossp- - alwaps try to have a good lire of Mr. and Mrs. nad you are welOOBM to stay as son wetw a- m ukc W n, MrBee. Monday night and Tuesday. We ask PlutaaB Pay Up: Dan Pitman ml Miss Virgie tin se who an in arrears for sub Howard w 're mr.rned scription to pleae pa) up. V. e in the Coaatr CteraV need the awney. When you .', ;id. e Bllard. oflice by come to coart ejet w ek, pleas B. Drr.mniO'd is ab'e to come prepared to settle with tl.e J. P gi a'vnt the re m on crutcies Signal man. who will be anxiou-- lad expects to leave the hospital ,ly wa,ti g t.i s.e ou. as s n as the weiithe clears up The hegis rar-- ; for the Tom Y emg has :u ved an's Council R-'1 T. of National De lefadge L W. Betharaai'a prP-ert- y ie;.-- (j will be nt tile P st office on Richmond, lhe btrilding sn-- at i;.e aturesan Jan 5h. to recently occupied by E R Gen- lake j refj atiai n if ;i- - uianv try women of Rockcastle County as Mrs. H. J. Mullins Ins been is possible, 'lire teachers of the sick for several wees but county are r quested to come In for the last few day-- , her con-tf- - and register so as to he able to tion has been alarming. She is act as Registrars for tbeir district. All women ov. r sixteen years of very low. Age are eligible. J. Lewis Reams, the Orlando Sad-yRichards. merchant, and Prof. Chas. B. Chairman Rockcastle County. Anderson went to HallieahTf last week to see Mr. Reams' son, NAMES UP DELINQUENTS Robert who is sationed there sfcEPOltrSD TO LOCAL Doan AUTliORI'l Y. Sergeant Thompson There is hereby certified the Stationed at Cairo Taylor, was parents, Mr and Mrs. following list of the sanies and with his of persons who have been Joe Doan, near H.nsford. durweek. He says the Y. duly and legally notified to tile ing the M. C. A. is the real homo for with the Local Board the question naire reqaired by the regulations the soldier lwys in Camp. Willie Adams, son of Mr. and promulgated by the President of authorM's. Abe Aaams of 'his place, the United States under left Wednesday for Louisville ity graK'.ed by Act of Congress, May 18, 1917, and who to go with about sixty other approved young men to the Great Lakes have failed to hie such question: Naval Training Station at Gieat naire Lakes, 111 He eaters as a wire 184 John L. Stnrgil, Livingston, 294 Charlie Walicoat. Ottawa, less operator. I) dd leads Thiinpson avd Arthur km it. fCrrUt- rTO Doir.f busise without tdvcrtuisj in taa paper it like trying to uJock your orn door with your wi.v. hatpin. YouVecotthewioni key .0 " lljli Z d. horn of plenty, end oi j V.vantopyo a. the b bom- - th. It gsts Our rata 'g your pmae. Our publicity bring the money to your door. WM. Wo-1oesda- kr y .tn of farm products Is such s great factor in this war that the farmers are on a safe basis. These products ars bringing better prices than ever before. These pricea are made by the Government in Passing encomiums, only over some instances. The market your store counter, about the price has been raised by Federal quality of what you've got to rulings. This was done on corn sell, results in about as much to stimulate the supply to meet satisfaction as yourwife would get if you gave her a box of the demands. Our farmers are cigars for Christmas. corn raisers, and men who have been just living are now enjoying Advertising in This Paper spare money. Farmers, who live calks to everybody at once and maks years ago bad to sell tbeir corn them talk back with money. below the amount to keep them (Copyright, I'M. br W. S. V.i over to another crop, are now able to hold hundreds of bushels more ttan they actually need and are doing so hoping that the price will soar higher before spring. These men are being asked "to invest their corn in porkers with the assurance that 2 it will help win the war and at If Mrs. Jones buya her coffss St thy .same time yield them good Smith's each week profits. Will they do it? We are If the coffee in your store is bet-watching to see. We know that ter than Smith's and cheaper in Rockcastle the farmers never Why. TELL MRS. JONES dash wildly acrosa the bought Liberty Bonds. They OUghj ahe'd touched Y. M. C A. contribution J0 tel1 Th0r' f laugh at you. a sane, force- - boxes so lightly we eould not tell ful advertiSement in thia paper it. The farmer wearing a Red about yQur coffee We'll catch her eye by making Cross button is an exception rather your ad. attractive. Then all that than the rule. Investigations js left for you to do is to take in shows that they are not in any the money for the coffss Mrs. hurry to buy Thrift Stamps. Jones buys. Many farm bouses have never (CoprrUtbt. 199. by W. X D.I displayed in their windows any Word-of-Mou- th Advertising Everijfconi; at Our Place Wishes Ever j Ljody Happy P.: aE Yoor Place 22&&Up? Year fo3eA S - 1 ? THE CASH STOr.E Food Conservation Cards. Does Mr. Farmer expect the bssisess Catanii Throat Miss Amalle Ruzicka, 1449 11 Vf-r- and war very weak. I could not sleep and bad r.o nppetite. I had two doctors, and had taken so many different medicines a: d found no help. I thought I will hive to give up; but at last my mother read about Peruna, so I tiuiut,.it of that great medicine Peruna. I got a bottle of it and in about fcur days I almost stopped coughing, and after a while I surely Those who object to liquid found relief, and from that time we are not without Peruna In our home." cine can procure Paruna Tablet. 16th St., Omaha, Nebraska, writes: "I have suffered with catarrh of the throat. I csught ccld and it settled In my throat, and I coughed badly South Could Not Sleep No aaVinnrttBtkjiSHnbr'viSS ; tm, aWr P 5 Appetite Ve Always Home. Now Well Have PERUNA in the and professional men to loan the Government money to conduct this war; supply all the demands of charity incidental to war. and many cf them drop their business and go to the front, wbile the farmer gets all the spare money and in every instance files a long blank on the Questionnaire claiming agricultural exemption for We themselves or their sons. looked over the situation and thought if you can't come along come across. FOR Ctt( till fWM uL. Allordars by y 0 WsMi'xa UHDHi" lit 9 9(1 B - -- ,KsSB each atkcts mi. : eo & "If oilins furnishec ii trse sent ko all parts et County, mpth Filled '- PhnnH.S ill 55g ScS c - -M aXON.KY. cr3:53 e BO-LIC- R.H.MILLER L E :e A D I N G ad-dresse- s DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, Kentucky j -- Ii TYitr I TTTTT VL I I sm CAST09IA FUTOat sgisjfeg :ks: r w Vbf. H X L 1 J-- v 'i - - I f.-jt- ff.T.-i'wrT tmiwiraw CALL ON US if you need anything Cup of Pilgrim Coffee and a Nice Calendar at A A, E. ALBR in the drug line Prtstriplion Work County Clerk S. F Bowman left Tuesday for Camp Shelby to see his son, Dwight, and hopes to be able to bring him home for few das. Dwight has been having some serious trouble with one of his fingers due to blood poison. Mr. Hobirt Burnette and bride of Paris, were guests of his sister, Mrs Lloyd Livesay first Mr. Burnette is a of the week boy and is now emRockcastle ployed as instructor in tnathe matics and manual training in Paris High School. 1 247 Luther Cox, Conwav, 494 William Sylvester Polly, Mt. Vernon, 238 343 274 a Specialty William Gieen Northern, Rock ford, PHONE Mam Emmet Taylor, GumSulphur, Lum Hopkii.s, Biodhead. 39 BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY street bio re rsi s Smalt. Pox: Squire Sherman Chasteen notified the County of Health late Wednesday Board evening cf an nuthreak of small pox in the Disputants section, at the home of Tim Chasteen. There are four well developed cises. The diseaae was contracted at Middletown, Ohio, where one of sir. Ctnutren's family has been Mrs. Lula Cress, daughter of located lor some time and came Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bray of home a few das ao and broke Wabd, this county, was struck by Gut. Before the matter was re-cin Cincinnati a week ago or ported a large numher had been more and received some very exposed. Dr. Lovell reported severe cuts in the head. She is that yellow fl'gs were put upas at thehome of her brother, Rob soon as the fact became known ert Bray Tr., in Lockland, Ohio. that there was small pox, the Geo. Bray, her brother, went to hoUse quarantined and those see Jher and found her seriously who have been exposed ordered hurt but stayed until she was t0 stay at home, which order if pronounced out of danger. strictly carried out will prevent is1 Mr Authur Wallen, a former any great spread. The law Rockcastle CoBnty citizen, who very rigid on any one who knows has for severs 1 years been with that he or she bas been exposed diseases, the Eutnan- - Matthews Range to such contagious On hareceotly been made second willfully does any thing to cause A'epresident of that big con- - a spread of the disease and now cera Mr. Wallen is a live wire is the time for those in authority when it conies to business and to see that, the law is enforced his untiring efforts merited the and thereby save rany the honor and trust conferred upon suffering and hardships which s many Rockcastle they otherwise will have to him. His will rejoice to hear of his fer, as the rpsult of a spread of ., the filthy and terrible disease. solendid success. , We take this method to thank each of you for youi Patronage the with us has been past year. We trust each and every trans: entirdy satisfactory, if not we are ready and awdoua to adjust it at once. We are again asking a share et your sum traae, aurmg you our prices will be in line. b SCHOOL LONDON, KY. Second Term Opens January 2. 1918 a'-at- at FIVE SCHOOLS ARE MAINTAINED: . j I. MODEL SCHOOL Work covers first eight grades. Thorough training for High School. Provides practice teaching for Normal students. thousand pounds for the on their lines of Coffees increased more than two If you are not already one et our Coffee customers, we WE ARE AGENTS FOR K. P. COFFEE. OUR PILGRIM AT 15c lb. fu. u,.f rVJta at the orice on the market today. Our sales II. HIGH SCHOOL College preparatory and vocational courses. Our graduates admitted to all leading colleges without examination. past year. want you to become one et them, and in order to prove 10 you is guuu we will serve a free cup of Pilgrim to all at our store I III. SCHOOL OF MUSIC an orchestra, glee club, eta , Piano, violin (all stringed instruments), voice, public aekool muaic, all wind instruments, etc., taught. A large band, maintained. IV. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ment positions. Bookkeeping. shorthand, typewriting, and all allied suhjecta taught. Special courses preparing for Govern- you. HOURS II to 2 Be on hand as we have a nice Aeain thanking you for all past favors, wishing you health and Yours very truly, prosperity, We are, JANUARY 17th to 21st Inclusive Calendar for NORMAL SCHOOL Courses preparing, for suf-friend- County and State Certificates and for a State Diploma Students may enter at any time but the sooner the better. For full information, rates, etc., write, THE PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY. W.O.Yaden, D.B. Albright, Salesmen A. L Albright 1 Uullu ad, Ky. I PRINT 5H0VJ3 I i'rin-'- " Ml IVER GiVES CIS SiOE OF IT Fixing cf Sugar Prices Tre-vente- 0;:2n Letters !a !;3 yails Today Bearing MagjeWcrte "Willi tin Colors" the d orax coveted pceaesoaa er even se cesslties. The work must go on. because there is no one thing that so mueh to th spirit and efficiency of th troops. The Y. M. C A. U working night and day to help the government wis thta war. Aad every penny that Is given to aid the work as a direct eeststaine so tan health, happiness end strength ef year eon-tribut- :very One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the Profiteer.!! SAVED MILLIONS IN IOKET Sttemfrt of Food Arinvnisfator At Sugar Shortage In United MhMM ttatca to the Heavy Movement o Suter From Western Hemisphere to Cure;: Chafes of Refiner C!u Sore(ls Receive Attention. MiMMaiftMfc Deo. 26. Fed Ad- BtS nonl tB the s;u:ar situation a inch ur. 'uccetVully to c?: b lurt i invest igatlag sMi;.te comn-iittt nai.o, lias been made Hrar ; the While Ha the ihort- .Vr. i:xncr attrfbaten to the heavy saovcnwnt of 'c- here men si'i-afrom the wmktru hen without thru and to Bin I su- x i ( oi' priced r" weld have been selling or 20 it a pound aad more than have pro .a.ily wi IZOOjMt) W Cleared troM tLe American been e r t' ftr-.- ur Herbert iioover'o i r -.- i- I pic Tin- - t'lis Ual mm t t "... tains t. it o ' Coed Bdatiaistxator's re; the i before pree&e B rachels, I of th t .;any. thi . the : " " uation ( nix: wrui in dcMai: I . ; to supplying ':-- wets al ad . dWC ,...' large Quantities to ' tS v e :.':'.: "he eotaaaHtaa, M which ffu lor id ! la cat ;r:i ia menl a part the i f m : t" anal bm iia or the oaaarasa earl ru deHiaed the far to permit '' '. ;! e the ataai to ;: ta' re charges. Wheat ;'. e hi r. it la aoder-t-t I Friday, hoi e pi ' A .Mr. Hoover will ue perm itcd U te hit st' At the oetaat the ttal meat r as tnatioa the world prior to the Earopeaa war. The altfea then prodaced meeh or puretu ed the thi:r ova mi. i lie r item Germany. Before the war th took oulj '' 8.000 t i aaau-alihemisphere front the Th:s ; ::r they have taken 1,400,000 iIbib- ton. "That " says Che f tj'v r, "is ilie eanes of the tuar ahovtv.-- ;, and BOthlm ehe." The statmnt aan the food odanhv on haa har..i. d the Fifa-- ".i with a viw so SiiptA'ning the morale of frac-- " ard England, i re the ration has heea extremely lo for mrcilhs, and at the iiiie time ; a Ji:mp in price to ! or 2" cents tiere. Shortaee Will Continue. Since the food admin Itral "n was crented in hssjosi tue United State has axiM'rWi o the allies l!C.J-- ,; tons of rwfir.cd suja: and in the same p iod Cut-has shipped to Europe 24r,,u: tons cf raw prodnct This, it is declared is past the snMMsal oi the shortage n the United Kven aith tie shipments, it is pointtyl out tie supply m Rngtand o?ti ina equate and France has Consuruptioti in L";; L.u.l iias een re to 24 pssaadl a for aataoa and in !". The shortsce, the food admiuist:a-to- r declares, w.il coatinne d ir...-- ; next iar. as it u the datj of the 1'aited States to coot ana to i.kI th allies "Xext year." he Bajre, "'o :r '.: plies will bs short 250,000 to 3 tone unless Uie allie ko to 'ava for supplies. This aaooats to uri economy f alout id p.r eeat on r par: If ths slhee arc forced to ;o to fars it will require an extra amosmt of hipping, which, if used to t sas troops, will aiovs ISO.OCu to MOOO American soldiort t France "If statements that there will be an abtundance of susc- nxt year are by the aaiericaa public i will o this oowstrys war efforts incalculable harm. The number of trorps we can scad arrows i limited. If we in our tcrsed and gluttony force the allies either to reduo their rat on or to go to remote markets after suar we will hsvs done tiemendous damage to eur abilities within the war." Charge that the food administration permitted sujar stocks to remain in parts of the country unmoved ate denied, as are statements that BSSBtr was left in Cuba wh'le an effort wa.t made to beat down Cuban prices. ; '. the . pre-so- 1 - y t i fc a ; 1 -- I due-fe- r-- I - he-liev- SIXTftN KILLED; 100 KURT the Streetcar Accident at Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. Dec. 20. Sixteen per pens were killed and 114 persons injured, some eeriau.ly, when a streetcar ran away in a tunnel connecting the South Side business district wiih South Hills. The car emerged fioni tne tunnsl after a wild dash and turned over on its side. Every person in the car was injured. The car was lacked with city bound shoppers when it left the station at the soutb end of the tunnel. A minute or two later the trolley h said to hare left the wire and the lights went out. For ?'nie reason not yat determined, the Toll of torrrftn lost cor.nl and the cat dashed down the steep grade. Jumped the track, turned or. its side and vex a telegraph pole. -- hey aad mens. Bnaperiots of Kaleldoecepte Werk. Y.f.l.C.A. Does Among tha Keynote of Spfen fid in ell ah bag ofeies sa freec where Our P.bn In Ui.ifo.m Is .vecping Them In ear mea pees through la kargs see Y M C A. i eperetiac Touch Willi tilt folks at Horn. hoeteki, waere fehey eae get bees aad sneaks at a mtolmum eesC ka Lend an the Amerisea Y M. C A see a large haUdlag for oar soldlsss and a STABPa V;iTII STARS AND STRIPES AND RED T8IAMGLE otabaooee for Amerleen emesrs. Tker are Y. M C. A dugout riaht behind ths treat Has trenehes. where Multifarious Wajl In Which the Association Appoali te Tear lay, the soldiera eaa get not drinks, eraek-sr- s and etaer eocuforu at ell hears Ycur Koighbor's Boy, or Borne Boy You Jsjiow txA Lor Over 1,09 men who had been rejectOTeriaaa, Orwatai a Helpful Environment in Cantonment, on Way ed on aeeosat ef physical disability in I i cmt Line Trench and Beyond rirat to Aid as Me Cornea hav been able to get into the British IwUatiBg Back Give Your Share of the $33,fr30,00 Jtequirod te army by reeeon of the phyaical work ef the Brltlah Y. M. C. A lividci.ee That Somebody Cares. Accou.i-.isiflis A fleet of motor cars leaves the big . ... way .. you. tr.i. uu Y. M. C. A. headquarters in London at ., io T was evenin? on the broad least 13 on us midnight svsry night to pick up solHeaaastaad Plain. Long Island. oi our 16 caatonment3, w.iera the new diers who are wandering about the mL where the slohop diviaiou osa national army is beiag trained, is streets without any wholesome lodging 8i)e!:ding its last nigat before embar.-i-- , using m.re tnan a ml. lion sheets of 1b which to spend the night. These lng for rraaea. It had been raining Lhi paper every m nth. In the drait cars are opirated by Englishwomen hard in the aftswaooa a cold, steady army alone that m.acs 16,080,0J0 filaof position and refinement, who report auvnnn downpour Ai there was ments of love every monta raachms that they never meet any discourtesy nci..;cg to suggest the rainbow in the out from the great sTMiainmeat waart at the hands of ths soldiers The imoutward aspect of the camp. Linas the men are bvius tr.iaad lute Us portance of this service can be estiBad lineis of sodden canvas housed greatest army tLk; na lea hai mated by the fact that at least 60,000 and blading mem to ths soldiers are ea leave in London every CURED AT A COST OF 17,000 men, gathered from 27 different tr week. Over half of these slsep ia Y. 25 CENTS Statea. Tlie ground was dotted with hearts at home pools and quagmires. Under the wet thinking of all the otnsr plaosa who II. C A bed every night. "Eiidit yrirs iiijo when we canvas It was damp and cold, with a Uncle Sam has mn vrlih tii tag is ntertainment on Vast Scale. on t'us higia ssas in arse first movd jto Muttoon, I was a ehOL Lit by flickering navy panetratlas The Y. at. C. A has erected a big ttalnlnf cnj-rths '.cuts were far from cheer nais and oHc from indigestion aaditorlum, seating 3,000, in each of gnat suitY-reful st.eiter for a man's last night in "Over Ttere" in Francs. In all thess the big draft camie, and huge Chautau- Bi d eonsttp:iti( n, ''writes Mr Tn-.places mea are wrl.l g h ms hi:atire laadL qua tents, seating 2,600 ia the otaer Robert Allison. Uatfcxaa, II! of n.tep" Bat there were seven big tenta unessum.nr little t encampments. The association ia h;id fr. qoetil htad;irhes and dizzv whore aloetrte Iisht3, numbers and gladden mfQIsBS of kearts a a 22 week entertainment circuit f.eio triendUnoss made the night pleasant. They tr.nifer ntcr ! emoag the camps aad is paying II pelis tind t1 ere w;is a f.elini.' comaaies ef entertainers, who are :ike heiw areiarbb prtssing on travel ns to 10 osmpa performing beni stomach and cheat all the fore the men. t In each ef the draft eanaps ths Y. time. I niscnb! le. Brerj 11. C. A. has ten secretaries engaged of fo d distres-e- d hi. me. I in educations! work The sssociatioa i.toold not rest sit rsrh and feh te aeeing te it tbat every maa who sntj out all the time. cannot speak English Is taught to do )ne bottle of Chamberlain "a Tah. so. In many ef tne oamps the association has a singing director, whs Is lots cur.d Bee aaul I hti.e since teaching the men te sing the popular felt like a difrVn nt person: " and martial sirs tfrat de so aaach to &3EiJ!3f' . ri'JrT keep up their spirits. f; cbTn & Of 4 Y. M C. A. men at Camp Dlx ealy three are being paid full salaries. In all ths camps ths majority of the Y. II. C. A. men have left lucrative positions te do this werk simply because its appeal le irresistible to any red blooded maa. Harry Lauder, the famous Scotch singer and eo median, now en hi farewell concert tour in the United States, is giving all his pare time to the tervlce of the association and Is singing to the soldiers at all the camps hs .an reaeh. th In one of the drsft camps the Y. M. C. A. is sapervisieg athletic en M& .. H ttmw la . a playing fields, providing full athletic ,mm Ih.M .1... .,..ojpwnanf in in ill. b ,' eqelpitent. The wiene-- s ef the bis by ttinf tka oil thai ana aler to the Hfa without a :rta samea wffl 'ay the chara-pien- s own Ian drop. Pennrfl-aiJ- a . ., li'inss. IsOOd '.cauioq and C; rsspsndci.ee Faciiit.cs in Y. M. 6. ef th e' r tempi erud oil refined to uerfeelion. tv idlasj. On of the renderlaakwa-o- n efla M05XT bmm - r: !a ed by fhe tie mating wr; rI strum- part of the world to another than sta in Bach of tl lia OLTTE OIL in vrri3 i.irei irua oar worza n:ir." ea a plana; others we.e reading tiitics san Bl prase Statistics ar ' . sad mac. i ics; hundreds were pretty poor anyway when it eesaee Se CIljs. C. Stcll Oil Co. le tew Lc ::io. Dshind ths reckoning In terms of leve end hnmaa 5 Lexington. Ky. Is d O D er at ore end thrs3 or four tenderneas. Let's put it this way: Pinery arWarrea. Pa. ii n w ra i arjr passing out That the T. M. C. A. is the biggest ex Wr ael! the SStSBSBSBl "!o Carb ad enratoaes, selling press company the world has ever Auto Oil. ; nd c.p-v icrlil':g parcels, which teen, and the parcel it is haadllng ,. m q w,:r ivi n home. One of are the loves and devotions of human t v&??WX?x?ry t m ; as I stood in beings. I I t ten! u.'. . cl i.fly by men from World's Best Loved Trademark. j; iway hers v.. This war has made as think hard taes, vel ws wore mighty rem De your neigh ly The we farad tnls Y. M. C. and fast. Your boy or bor'a boy or sums boy yea kaow and b ard it's been a home L sa the ome to us. It gave love has been called to do Us share mi more t':2n w 3 w a wanted wh?n we needed .n the big juo of poaclug ths wertd ter .: democracy human liberty. Is it o.' V'e' ' naver fcrgot it. The any comfort and you to know to that wher, y.- real 'r-Y. M C. A." is the ever his duty may call him your boy Fellows. wUl nave C a friend that wlU serve him liov c.oe tiius benches wore pack- - in body, mind and soul? Are yea . aith mea, beadiag over the long glad to know that this friend wl.l place b.3 si,., rbsd ' In their writing! books and magazines at his disposal, .: sa p: to the sympathies organize clatsea to teach him whatc! soldier make! ever he wants to learn, give him a upstaadJag fellows, pocket testament and Invite him t iif, clc ..me cf to:: hj;i boys, one tkinks join religious meetings of th faitk they have that hs was eresght up iaT Did yen .vyiiir y o' th. realize that thd association provides . j&i I r tl.S r..t as and how preathletic equiment for his faverite one bck home. games, teaches him games if hs i ou: t sy tie to i -i haews ere, la f.r u" farm or village eone and holds concerts, lectures a A had Trfanpte Dugeut in te a t- are parents or movies, Bible clssses, dramatic eater city it set, Trenches. brother o. wives -- h weald give al! tainznents and every kind of whole th y possess 'or c:.c gl mpse of those tome amusement to keep him interestut of m ney orders by which the men see ed? Are you glad to kaow that this ran send their pay home to their sanharne laees as you and go with In some of the the t em ea their nl'u bofere going friend willhim from him overseas, help T II. C. A. Is providing big camps facilbanking a score of difficult to shield across An it was with a threb of dangerous temptations aad follow ities for the men as well. the l.c.r thai ' watched tiim, bant and aim right up to ths front Mas trench Do Yeur Bit With a Tenner. orar thair letier ppar, in one after and beyond It? The last contact the This month (November) the Y. It. anot' er of t'oie seven big tents. soldier has with this life he loves so There erj the testa of the Y. M. C. well is a cup of tea given him by the C. A. must raise 135,000.000 to carry an its work among our soldiers and A On that last Bight in Amarica the Y. M. C. A. free Just before he goes their allies until next July. Of this asociati n was serving the soldiers 'over the top" to a hand to band strug- 1S5.000.000 about $24,006,000 ' will be ' Is f it a! Tiv vlring thm gle with the esemy. Aad sa he ossies pat en the work with our own troops an op: rtnnltj to write home. On tottering back fren No Maa's Lead, er about 111 every man irexiotis alghts the? d enjoyed box-ia- j wounded, hut strong enough and Sam's uniform.for If everybody la Uncle who has boats m ic?. (o:;crts, dramatics plucky enough to keep ea his feet, received letters from soldiera and sailand a score of heal entertainments even before his wounds are dressed ers war to contribute $10 the task meetings. But ea he T. II. C. A. is waitisg for aim SS well as re'i"iou with would he easy. Are your boy's health Dighi home ties were stront-est- . tl ia tea and sweet cheeolate, ths great com- and happiness and oleaa soul worth And pcrhapi that Is the keynots forts of the mas ia th treahs. De 110 to you? of the splenlid work the T. SI. C. A. you wonder that th Red Triangle is Your towa mayor, yonr pastor, your is dine T! g our men in nniform ra'lel ' 'the best leved trademark la school superintendent will know who keejing them I:i touch wlt'n hems. the world?" One soldier ia francs sea is the treasurer of the campaign comMagic Wc-ti"With the Colors." called It "ths last evidence that any- mittee In your county or town. Otherwise send a cheek or money order te In tl.ee iim.,, there are some let- body eares." ters that mesn m re to us tnan any If svsry thlsklag eltlsea could see Cleveland H. Dodge, treasurer. 104 Bast Twenty-eightstreet. New York we have ever ed before. They are with his er her own eyes something wiitien on sheets of paper stamped ef the actaal work being done for ear elty. Only sacrilclal giving by millions of with the S.ars and Stripes and ths men by the sssociatioa there weald he givers will make possible the continY. M. C. A., end ae easitloa ef th Y. M. G. A. having red trianjls of 'he uance ef this vsst work fer American they bear the rattle words, "With the to appeal te the pnbll for sseaev soldiers and fer those of oar allies. Colors" There are mnny more thai Rather the 1st this ssseaital work a million such letters in the malls aow falter fer sa Instant rVei mea weald while you read tVia. Psrhaps ess at sell their mole ream peer asi would hrk anss-Bee- a. retd Peoples Bank This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. ' I a "Lat n lju v "Watch Us Grow" r I .ult'y trt j yrs, i r' - .'. The Old JONAS r a sfra run-Bin- C- -- ft-i- Reliable McKENZIE 5a:ixEZ2a GOOD LINE OF 1 in 111 ssa r-- l -- imwm ird wrn A iivraHPirSffaaTO; u o Ge n e ra Me re ha n dise ZZ3EXI i mm g I Farm Implements t i XXt i g fxr 1 1. the Lamp Oil Save Eyes i Am,.a,.,ii j AUmaim Ky i lt,",igfcii"iiania - hater-rrii-:- ...B ...., mm ur --. UNDERTAKER fl'-k- tr A F'd'r ii sfc't '' fr:cs Brodhead COMPLETE LINK--CoffiCaskets and Robes Uail' Telegraph or Telephone ordera Promptly Filled us, ! : I T-- .lr a.. I X actfrarya. a dy at IMMm mfmfjalf -- te T " - ;, Up-ndi- ng Public Speaking I -- t ;r t, Ptffe ted fain-die- - r- th-r- JUDGE J. M. ROBSION CANDIDATE for CONGRESS 1 l- -1 1 Hon. Charles Finley SECRETARY OF STATE - AND - h-- . FORMER l.'--st -- Will address the voters of Rockcastle . s, county at the court house 1 h MT. VERNON, Ky. P. M. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. When you are trouble d wi;h indigestion or coustip?tion, take Tbej Chamberlsiu's Tablets strengthen the stomach and on able it to perform its functions naturally. hwHjJf ttnh is BasaaJ ly accompanied by constipatiou CJiam and is aggravated by it. 3fcX &3U.g3e3g3Cf& ..... BETHURUM1 LEWIS rS ") When Croup Comes ;3CC3CX C. C. OFFICE.- 'jDCCrpOCX fi Monday, January 7, Everybody Is 1918 K ATTORNEYS AT LAW M'l' .......- ... . VURKflN RV nnqiitin.) in an 41,,. .mi.4. V t in i ty i,i,r iij nil iiic .vui La Office in Bethurum Building. i Treat Externally ' berlain's Tablets cause a gentlp movement of the bowels, reliev ing the constipated cond turn. ' F8K iiGr 3TQm FTCEff'S Onr The old method of dosing delicate little stomachs with nauseous drugs is wrong and harmful. Try the external treatment Salve. Just rub a Vick's little over the throat and chest. The va- -' pors, released by the body heat, loosen the choking phlegm and ease the difficult breathing. A bedtime application insures sound sleep. ac, 90c, or gl.uu. "Vap-O-Rub- ATTORNEY-A- T Williame LAW MT VEBNON.kVY. " On ard. floor of. Bank of Mt. Vernon, on' Church St. Special atten j tion given collections. 'PNONB 8o They are both gifted speakers and you will hear something of interest Cordially VICKS vSALVE oc$rpoc3rp &:c9&3a&Doc& Invited Puruas is blu33sd PuiNr shows thhough I PHIrlT 13 FADED ELUa.iED P5IMT