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Simml nnaiii a establish J887- VOLUME ilXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1018 mn junior?, zmmmmmmmammmmammwmammmMsamammmmmammmmmmmB)L:2rF,,Ti KWTf:;-- w ""Era!" ' Jr1 ram 11 1 Tfil ft Mir JQBg AM MX) I uI I fW whSM wlfflx P-tI III I 11 Riil ,y I li ffar J I Ml I l t P l till I 111 HAVE A BIG STOCK .. OF B1SCH.QF. COATS AND SUITS AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES, WHICH WE EXPECT TO CLOSE OUT DO NOT FAIL IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. TO ATTEND THIS SALE WE "44J441 ' A-- CoatAJLi Suit to A. -- Ji SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHIERS BR ODHEAD i The stockholders of The Fair Association will meet at i:oo o'clock next Saturday afternoon to elect a Board of Directors for the management of tbe "Association's business for The directors will meet 1918 immediately after the stockholders' meeting to elect officers. Secretary Grapviile Owous will make 'a concUe report of the financial condition of the association and the prospects for tbe Every stockcoming season. expected to be present. holder is Uttis Hale is hero with bis mother and other relatives from Detroit Ottis has a good position there and will return shortly to begin bis duties for the now year. The wedding of Miss KlUaboth Gentry and Bradley Brown, took place at the residence of L. N. Bowltog, the officiating minister, instead of Jellico, Tenn., as reThese arc ported last week. splendid youug peoplo and have many young friends here who join us in wishing them much Ulss Dora Vance, happiness. one of the graded teachers hero pent tbe holidays with homo folks at Upton. Tha family of U. T Young hare German meas. lea. It is said that this character of measles ordinarily amount to little with the sufferer, yob the fact that there it tho word Gor. man to designate this kind of measles from other measles makes it almost uabearablc at present. Mr. and Mrs W. A. Robins, of Corbla, were here during the wltk) kw paraU, Mr. and Brod-hctd boll-ay- a Mrs. vV.H.Sowder, Mr.and Mrs was made by him in trying to F.L Durham and little son, Austin, get out of a trap that ho got wore with the family of J.F. Wat- himself into with reference to son during Christmas. I. W. the amount of Liberty Loan Tate was in Louisville last week. Bonds subscribed for in his Miss Hallio Barnes was tho town. In his first statement, guest of her cousin, Miss Amy and tho correct ono too, he rathPi oc tor, at Mt. Vernon, recently.' er boasted about the people Miss Ella Carson was with there subscribing' for twenty-fivhome folks during tho holidays hundred dollars worth of bonds from Colchord, W.Va., where she and asked us If wo could say as has a good position. She re- - j much. Afterward ho happened turned Now Year's morning to to learn that our subscriptions tako un her duties there. Miss a mou mod to a great deal more, Amy Proctor was here last Sun-- and ho came out tho noxt week day the guest of Miss Hallio. by sajinj; that he Intended to Barnes. At the regular election' say twenty-fivthousand instead of officers of B rod head Lodge of of what ho did say. Now tho of Masons, December 37. Sylvan, facts are tint his tlrst statement Bordes was choson Master; W. was the correct one, and that the H. Andorson, Senior Wurden; W. banking institution ut that place O. Yadon, Junior Warden; J. M. subscribed .for tho twenty.fi ve Roberts, Secretary; A. M. Hiatt, hundred dollars worth of the Treasurer; Guy Roberts, benlor bonds and that it did not couio Deacon; J.W. Mooro, Junior Dea- from ono or more individual citizens of his town. We con; Emtnott Maddox and J. L. Pilkenton, Stewards; and W. J. will not comment on this affair further, but desiro to call tho atOwons, Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. T. Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, woro tention of our good friond to tha vinttlnir Ur.and Urs. Mack Barnes fato of Ananias and his wife, a Here last week. Chas. Uasu, ol Sapphira. The Red Cross cam-- ' Torrent, Ky., was with his paign that has just ended here attended with mother, Mrs. L N. Vanhook, was certainly here this week. Eld. L. N. Bowl, marked success, and undoubted, ing held services at Goshen Christ, ly there wero never a more loyal ian church, in Lincoln county. force any whore than tljose last Sunday. He will preach' who solicited members hero, and there one Sunday each month1 among those who desorve special during the year, and with ono' mention are: Mesdames W. P. tiuoday here, one at Paint Lick Carter, L. N Bowling, Jop Al. and ono at Mlcuoiasviuo taues up bright and Miss Tholraa Pilken his entiro time. ton. Bill Arch Hayes and A G (Jrlder in tbe Ottawa and Hiatt We over looked oae statement that our Livingston friend made sections rendered valuablo serthat we desire to call to the at- - vice. The individual report of tesUoaottbe readers, a4 that. Mrs. V. h Carter was eighty e 1 e pat-riot- ic fc J ( .adults and twenty five tho honor of which slin wishes given to Undo Arch Albright I who held tho fort at hums while During she solicited rcunburs this campaign uncle Arch had two cases of German measles to cjntend with. It seems that we have Gorman intrigue in every tiling we attempt to do. J P. Harris, URed 77, died uttho homo of sou, .lohu Harris, at 8:30 Tuesday evening of infirmities incident to old age His wife has been confined to her bed at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. It fcj. Martin, for the past sever al months, and ;her condition Is very serious. Mr. "Hartis' health began to fail sorao, six or eight months ago and during all this time ho has been uhabltf to conio to see his wife. His remains were buiied in tne Sayers burying ground near his home Wednesday Year the afternoon. Besides his widow he is survived by fivo (laughters and ono son as follows: Mrs. P. W. Tharp, Mrs. W. H. powder, Mrs. R. S. Martin, Mrs J. E. Wallin, and John Harris", of tins place, and Mrs Henry Shubort, of Defiance, Ohio. 'Sir." Hams was one of Rockcastlo'obest cit izens and has done as much hard work as anv man of his .strength, being a cripple. J. J Painter, of Stanford, was hero Wednes day 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 .for a num- ford, who has been assigned to ber of years had lived, on ad- Rockcastle arrived Wednesday joining farms. A little girl of and is now at tho Rockcastle Mrs. Hllen Hash was sdjiuxious Hotel ready io,fi"gure your into become a member pfjthe Jun come, if you owe any. Our ad ior Branch of thevRdd Cross vice is that if you think you are in the list, you had belter como borrowed Ywnty-tivthat with cents-- and .a g rood to. dojfra. piece and-tathe matter-ovwork each Monday for live him. If you owo income tax and of weeks to pay the twenty five fail to report Undo Smm will got a know it sooner or Iatr and then conts, and has already credit on the debt. If all tho consequence will be several the people in this town showed times worse than the paymeut of half the amount of enthusiasm a little income tax in the proper Ij as shown by tuu child it way. would be lesa difficult to raise There is more Catarrh iu this funds of this kind, still, wo have section of tho country than all no grounds to complain with ref erence to the Red Cross member other diseases put together, and ship secured here. It is seldom for years it was supposed to be. prescribed Doctors that a Inme can be found in town Incurable. local remedies, and by constantly that does not display a service flag, and many of these homes failing to euro with local treatshow a white star in the center in- ment, pronounced it Incurable. dicating that every momber of tho Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional con family in a Red Oross member. Miss Bess tsproulo left today for ditions and therefore requires' LaFolletto, Tenn., to visit hor constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, raanufactuicd cousin, Miss Anna Sullivan. by F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, IMCOMKTAX MAN COMING. Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Collector of Intornal Rovenuo is taken internally and acts thru Hughes announces that officers tho Blood on tho Mucom Surfaces will start from his headquarters ot ,'the System. One Hundrod on January 1, and on January 2, Dollars reward is offered for any every one of them wilt be on the case .ilia Hall's Cifarrh Medijob in the county assigned him, cine fails to euro. Send for cirto moot tho peoplo and help culars and tcstimonals. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, them miilco out their iucome tax Ohio. returns. Tho officer nssignod Sold by DruguJsti, 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 M. Jones Makes Affidavit bankers and postmaster whore his office will bo located It 1 never have attacked any will bo well for every unmarried good work of the Y. M. C. A. psrson whoso net income for I never called them gambling 1917 is $1,000 or over, and every ruurried person living with wifo hells. I never fcaid they h d or husbuiid whose net incomo for dance halls. I bavo a letter from on the train stat- my 1917 is $2,000 or over, to call on ment that lie Is tho man that the incomo tax man and learn whotheror not ttey have any mado the statement. I havo never done anything Ux to pay, Collector Hughes said today. The person subject except condemn 6ln and put to tax who doesn't 'make return God first. I did not write, dicto Iu the time prescribed is going to tate or oven ask B. II. HilUrd wil wrilo his article. regret It Tho government I am sorry that the public get after all income tax packers. There's hardly a business man, has been annoyed with such for merchant or professional uiuu, newspaper controversies, to make a re- which 1 am in no way responsiwho won't have monthly mon. turn ot income. Frriners", as a ble. I am Riving to support .Baptist preachers class, will havo to p iy thjfax. ey is forvory working in connoctioa with the Tho safe thing person who had a total incomo of Y. M. C A. P. M. JONE8. ii.ooo or $2,0oo, os tho caso may Subscribed and sworn to bo bo, and who is not suro about what deductions the law allows fore mu this 81 day of Dec. 191?. J. L. Harrison, Clork L. C.C him, to play it sufo by calling on By 0. It. Luker, D. C. tho iucomo tax man The man field will have forms for JOHN WHITE k CO. in the LOUISVILLE, KY. every body and persons who expect to call on 'him need not Llbaril MortnMat nd full value pW trouble thomselvos to write to JIFURS my office for forms. n llld Mr. H. Rowan Ssufloy. of Stan. OMtHtM rerjjy.i NUMBER 15 1 BARGAINS New ...vaa g I Dolly Varden Flour $1.22 Hundreds of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Fanfarid Staple GROCERIES, HARDWARE, "i I SADDLES; HARNESS; TINWARE; CHINAWARE, etc. Start right Make a resolution to trade at BAKER'S BLUE FRONT STORE. , THE BLUE FRONT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE MT. VERNON, KY. A -,1 F.Baker Square Deal 1 1 ' o lk er pj -- rftfiii 11 0 A. ""y i ways bf tpeatod from k y -- 'Squares datltf. Ws'dssl nd ' the Tods w tell ars tk square, acci'rats, stroagly made and f tht vary and most reliable materials. All tiadss supplies' witk all necessary Tools. AIs, w carry eenersl Hardware lines of tL btit qualities at tha tuout satisfactory pness. b--- sentiafor Carpmtsr. rry atksr tu A. Ami t , rxz&tfxxx Wit.. Vernon, KV. C.C. cox Opoosite : Court House - LEAST YOU FORBET Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and ehildren go to the Poor House. n K h i, seat-mat- o No; because the Bible says: " He That Provideth 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 to-d- The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000.00 j,C.GRirflN, Prpcutent W.H.COrTONUM, Vice-Presld- ert C M. THOMPSON, Cashler & & racajc; SCSMHKiA: chise-und MT.VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Jim. 4, 191s all that pertains thoro-to- . of Y tried to to my article "If after the'resumptlon of nedefense of F. M. Jones, of which gotiations," tho delegate said, ConPi.blishid every Ft iday by ho pretonds to nay I an not tho Republican Congress a "tho Gormtns insist upon theso gress that is Republican both in EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. author. will conclude peace Now, filnce the Judge, with all terms Rusia tho House and the Senate. Wl.on not with the German Imperialists, he has to say, in 00 sense, with I.O that Coiigiess convenes it UnSOKIPTIOK O.Vti VKAK but with the representatives of atany degree of authority tain that another attempt will bo wi. tho people, the Socialists ot Gerrepresentathe tempts to disprove- tho statcmont f&Mtlismz r teles vtf.ce kuoun en niailo to reduce thorn in. nnd, riot In the least, many." tion in tho South. Southern doef!Uahcn 01 nii: lo.slring to embarrass the Editor piv.se.in iiiiuiiiaiiou We sometimes hoar that Red rrrmrap" gross has not been agreeable to or to annoy hit '.'subscriber?, and Cross workers are charging for UKUir.Kur anybody in the North, Democtat since his pitiful attempt to an sweaters or socks. This la a KBNTUCKV TKBSS ASSOCIATION or 'Republican. Men liko Claudo swer is only a continuation 01 great pleasure- to Germany and treating the Kitchin lnvo falsehood, slander and abuse of thoy ntnko u90 of such reports lo only by handicap American Kod Cross rest of the country like a conBro. Jones, prompted quered province, imposing out his own soldsh ambitions, I have Work. Those supplies are for rageous burdens of taxation and only one more thing to say, then soldiers and aro furnished free. giving as littlo as possible- m impostcr I am sure thoy are furnished only tills raging maniac-likreturn. The price of wheat for falsifier and would be decolvor to privates nnd thoso receiving tho Northern farmer is fixed by can fight tho wind till the whirl small salarios. Those in the serDEMOCRACY HKTRAYED BY due process of law, but the wind appears vice who receive large salaries and THE bUU I'll. Southern farmer is allowed tc. I have cot the least rogret buy thoir own clothes are not Soction 2 of Article XIV. r.f charge for his cotton all tint thf for what I have said or tho posi- considered as needy and likely aro tliii ConsMtutlnii of the United traffic will bear and is demandtion I have takcn. Expressions not supplied with Red Cross ing more. All .those chickens States provide tli.it. from every source declare tho articles. slu'.l be will come homo to roost some fact that 1 am right, ionce more A Statewide Muss Meeting will iinioiij; the suvet'itl day. leave an open challenge lo pro bo held in Louisville, Ky., under Nobody can object to the South States according to their respecsent evidence disproving the National Councounting tlie ern States imposing the most tive numbers, statements made. I also further the auspices of tho cil and the Kentucky Council of of persons in drastic laws upon whole number prohibitory challenge the Judge as "a red Dofouse on January 15 ami :6, Indians themselves, but when they unencli State, excluding blooded American" to proceed at This will bo the greatost not taxed. Mat when tho right dertake to rule Now York and once to upprehend me for any 1918. war mass meeting ever new in to vote at nny election for the Pennsylvania aud Massachusetts act or expression of disloyalty to Kentucky. It will be held In the choice of electors tor President and sav what the tieonlo of the United States. Come out of Democracy and will ol the United those States may eat and think, and fiom your hiding place. Judge, interest be in every way a meoting of States, Representatives in Con- then 'the Southern Democrats ed. nnd do something instead of patriotic importance. lieu of gress, tho Iixtcutivu and Judici.il have apain cut themselves off We are in tho midst of a great wasting so much "hot air". The National reputation will partici members ftom the body of Northern Dein officers of a Stite or tho 1 will and holy war and our Allies are demands are upou you. pate in the program, which will of the Legislature thereof is de- as effectually as they did in IS60 upon stand by my position in private, be constructive and expecting aud depending cost, nied of any ,.of the male inhab- when they demanded that tlie us to economize our great sup in public, any where.at any Secretary F. K. in influence. of such State, being twen-t- Northern Democracy must aband if need be, die for the riuht itants tJwt wajnityhfiL.nWR.tfliBJ Lane, of tt,rishmtCii,J-Aatojmv- t "one yeatjs"of "tijieajicV cifizeliS" jectly s"urrend"cV"fo"tboif Views ply, "JSfowT'j uage7'iiTrice you'T n" the ol our allies Paul Perigord, of the French of human nish the armies of tlie United Status, or in anj ol tho institution couclusion of your "swan song" and our own armies the necessary of other men way abridged except for partici slavery. Northern Democrats food to sustain familiar Army, and a number them while in which produces such a of National aud State reputation devils, pation in rebellion or other crime, will no sooner think of surrend this great strugglo for tho world air, and to which tune the will speak at tho Conferenco. the basis of representation shall ering on the issue of personal dance, seem to express a desire By Emil Webb. of Jjo reduced in tho proportion liberty than on tits issue to turn your screeking, crippled, TRADE MORAL The differtnee which tho number of such malu slavery. and iihuost ruined vehicle off on between business and success citiz-n- s shall bear to tin whole If the South is determined to a Kood turnpike dj.vn Skngijs is advertising. Inquire about number of male citizens twenty-on- go ahead with this imcnsal Cieek, v.o, for .your sake, give ur rates. policy if this new secttnmilhu j ears of :ij;e in such Stale. our consent, and it seems that it would be wutl, on your part, This pmvisiou of tho Onstitu-ti- t of prohibition i to be iiupn'rd Xaqj 3tzvt3 Xtno 4i(j jim eini; and Easteri q iJoohi J9ijj ui nrl twin mog to luster- tho speed until you n, together with the Kiftemtli upon 'Northern U109 iim iuhn:iit,hltcliirin0' that the States by Uie South and West, Road Inspectors come to the projecting rocks or caverns and hide' therein or proright of etii.uis r the United tlen the Southern Democrats Ended Year hive again taken themselves ceed to the hank's of the fanvius States 10 v.ittf shall not bo denied Parky old Rockcastle River and there or abridged on account "f "race, out of the Democratic ou, hut tie vour hands behind color or previous conditions of ind must abidp by tho conse n ile,l. iii'S l.'tivifuliifled rjuencJ whatever lhiso may be Virginia. yuur ejesdndtuke a plunge in .'?':.' and fortret ,y ur shue the Hayes Administration -- The Press Publishing Co. Now Col James Maret, State Road to its depjhs, tho Federal troops York shamful folly aud mil. The withdrew finished tho Clark Inspector, Now Y rk. Pennsylvania and comity road cost Monday trrm tho Southern and verdict is ngii::st you. Right forty years tho tigH ol Massachusetts must rule or ruin, will leave Thursday for Mt Ver-'.o- is on tin tiro- e. For & Good by 'Dick". negro citizens to voto in South if tho sentiment ns expressed town. Ho will his home ti U. JL HlLLAUD. has been persistently denieil ai by tho author of tho above article put in tlie next four months visUHDERTAKEH and EMBALMER the penalties provided by th is true. Tho South must, not iting in Vircinia nnd portions of Conhiitutinn lias i.ever been en vote Ifor prohibition shs the iventutky and attending lrcaland QUICK CURE FOR CROUP KY. forced, .no Southern btiile lias Hie three." if ou do, we will State highway meetings Watrh for th .first symptom, over suffered u reduction in its jnt your reprcseuiatijn in Con Col Maret was tho inspector hoarseness and givo Chamber representation through its refusal gross, the South must not sel' for Carl: cottiuy State aid rotds hin's Coujjh Remedy at ouce. to permit negroes to vote, al their cotton for a good margu 1916-1- 7 and expects to be on It is prompt and effectual. though the provision of the Con of profit. unlevs"we" can be th" the job hero again when the work sUvnvVoii is mandatory upon Con recipients of a greater profit n the couuty roads is resumed gross Tho "Hig three" should reniom noxt spring. Col Maret acquhed Germany's peace terms showed vA whuh her how tho pendulum swung in thfe This distinction of being tho for more 1D16 and the South and West originator Srtuih h positive annexationist plans on the of the proposition of m n a generation it owes to the did tho swinging awd did it with-thpart of the central powers, putting a highway through the the Northern Democrats who have assistance of tither Now 'umhet'ands nn.t from the date anil aro unacceptable to Rish'Ui 4 YlFlitnrtorl flirt S.ilinrn St.nt.PS York, Pennsylvania or Massti .,....,. .. their present form, tho Bolshe ...W of its in option in iDij has from a punishment which Demo eiiusetts. viki delegates repotted to the In use forover40yeartt inwssantly to.vards its wor ' critts iugeiiural have a Soldiers' und Workmon's Council 9A Thousands of voluntary completion and his dream will gross infringement upon the on their return from Brest letters front women, tellRed Cross Notes have developed into a reality be sovereign iiJjln of eery State to A Lltovsk to Potrograd. ing of tlie cod Carditl regulate its following essays were fore Christmas, i9i8 s tho road a The Hut the affairs Previous reports that the nego TU's is has done them. Southern States are now propir pti.e winners m the Livingston Is now moro than four.fi fths tiations had been brokenoff appear the best proof ol the value inir tniuvi'iii sen j.i .ljr.h lnfiipjo CSradcd School. Each ol these erroneous, iu viow of the context ofCarv'ui. It proves that During his stay n Winchester ot this statement, which takes it tiiunt a idjto nulify th piiucipjc atudoi.ts hive said many things Cardul is a. good medicine of li:al sdf govorniiK-n- t to which thathould be known and appie Col Maret has etidtued himself resumption of tho parleying for for women. the Dpjiiocrvtk- party lms ten.i. dated by the citizens of Rock to the peoplo of the community granted. It is declared, however, There are no harmful or ciously uihered since the time of castle County. These contests and his off irts in beh tf ot the that in case the German delegates habit forming drugs In JelToison Their Senators and aro of great educational valuo good roads ha. won fot htm a insUt upon their terms Russia Cardui. It is composed Wj Representatives in Congress not 'onbi'frr schuoTs but to the place in the hearts of nil good will not make peace with the "Get only ol mild, medicinal road udvocates. Hi many friend-lierhave alnady voted for biicli nul peotit as a whole. V. mm Imnonalists " Her p ace Ingredients, with no bad will Wfloome his return will be made ijUon in ;the i solution sub. "" Hrodheud and Mt. Vernon "'ith tho repress niitting to tho Legislature of tie will report 011 similar contests when the roses bleom in the vttives of the people, the German Daily Demo several Stuns the pruMbftioii later: TAKE Socialists," tho spokesman of the crM. miiendnioiits in tfio 'Constitution RED .CROSS. Russian delegates insistqd with of tho Uitod States, and practioridetit teforenco to the often ex The Red Cross society is an CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH cally all ol tho Southern Legislapressed lion.-- cf tho Bolshetiki orgauuillon very useiul no a RKMHDY. tures aru expected to ratify it for a social revolution in to help win tho war, and to reDoforo using this preparation Without fie votes of tho South- lievo the s lie ring soldiers at the ern Seiiatots and Uopresenta front and also to assists thu gov- for a cough or cold you may wish From other reports it appears The Woman's Tonic to know what it has done for lives this roso ution could not ernment of u(gi-a- t that the Bolshevik! doteoted an responsibility have been submitted; without the to euro for the wounded ami others. Mrs. O. Cook, Macon, neiationist purposes on tho part You can rely on Cardui. III , wtltes, "I havo found it votes of the Southern Legisla dying soldiers at, the front. Surely It wltl do for you of the Germans in the proposition ulvos tho quickest roliof of any what It has done for so tares the amendment cannot ho The object fit the society is to cnu.'h I hive over by the latter that tho contral remed many thousands of other Nation wido prohibi raiso funds to defiay the ex. used." lira. .lutues A Knott, powers should not be withdrawn adopted. women! It should help. tion, if it comes, will be .imposed pcuso 01 necessities, sucn as Chilllcothe, Mo., sas "Cham from Poland, Luthuanla and Cour "I was taken sick, by States which 'have turned medicine, ;b.ndages and othci beil.iin's Cough Remedy cannot land, tho Russiaus holding that seemed to be ," bo bMl for ccughs aud colds." writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, their backs us npiuroly upon urticlus to be used b the due it was i in possible for thoso prov H J, Moore, Oval Pa , says "I of Madison Heights, Va. tlioir ancient principles of gov tors uud nurses in tho hospitals havo been used Chamberlain's Incos freely to choose their own "I got dowa so weak, V eminent us tho Russian Uolshe-vik- i and especially for tetnpoiary Cough Remedy on several occa- political destiny until every Ger could hardly walk . . . have turned their hack upon relief 011 tho battle fields uud us- sions whvm I wns suffering with man soldier had left their terrl just staggered around. a settled chost r tho obligations of domocracy. 1 reaa 01 lareui, sistuueo to the destitute fuunlies, and it hascold upon the about tory. always Drought and after takintr one bo- tWhen that day arrive? tho caused by tho war. Without A a cure. He, or before taking quite South can expect no moro help such assistance at this time, Tho Russian peace delegation all, I felt much better. I from Northern Democrats in re- would be a crime for clvlliucd returned to Potrograd today and took 3 or 4 bottles at sisting the enforcement of tho peuplu to lot such a good work STAY RIGHT that time, and was able to roported to a joint session of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend, go unheeded. It Is tho duty ol do my work. 1 take II ia Bli RIGHT Central Uxecutivo Committee of UY the spring when runments Tho cry, "No Force overy loyal citian to help wlu Soldiers' and Workmen's Depu down. I had no appetite, KEEPING RIGHT Dill! No Negio Denomination!" the war for luinwnltv khIch and negotiaties tho progress of tho and I commeaced eating. ON will fall upon dnaf cars. If thoi,,0 Waco of the world and Ju- 'J I MIC. It Is fee best tonic I ever tions with the Austro Germans at boulh is determined 10 nac tjre generations. saw." Try Cardui. Brest Litovak. You can do this by having Government that centralized Hy Angola l'allan. M. Kameiiell, a morabor of the All gists tegulatca tho peisouil habits of Russian delegation, read tho Gor. THE JEWELER CONSERVATION OP MEAT. J.T9 the American peoplo, it must Do your Watch and ClOok he character man terms, which Repairing accept a centoral.i i 0 voru Tho people of tho Utilted Work Guaranteed ued as showing the positive anCok Bldg. Opp. Court Homo incut tout reguluf.'s uero Iran Slates should uso ouly nexation plaus of" the cu&tral pow lleforo many years Imvopaned the inevitable swing of the polll. ical pendulum will brini? abo'JS a cr i - - iepto-entativ- is Vice-1'n.Mil- ent their meat, and send other to our soldiers and allied who aru enduring great hardships. The soldiers are now in the Uouc'hes fighting for llioir country am probably standing in cold water, and shivering from lack ot warmth, and a lire cannot De had; wo should send them sotu-- ' tiuat, which will uetieralo heat in their body. Aflur Ihtn war t'ueio will bun great Jtlebt to pay, and if the p.oplo learn well tho lesson of conouiv, and teach their child ren to economize) the debt can no piid easily, an J if not, it will bo lotirf and hard struggle to laiso enough money, and it the people of tho United Stutes mean to over economize now is the time. Uy Furtnun Jouea. .CONSERVATION OP WHEAT. Thu people of the United States hax e had a soil that yielded ibuudantly, they therefore luve fallen into the habit of using or wasting according. The ut.e miicu more than is t;ood or necessary for them and waste more than they use. It has now become evident that we must economize. The population has increased to more ilian one hundred million people and the soil is becoming exhausttwo-third- s GOOD I3Y (JUDGE WILLIAMS. rs, and he declared thoy were thoir presont iu In last wuak'g ltisue of the Mt. unacceptable form He addtd that the terms Veiuon Signal Jndg Williams in had not been discussed. roply n ifVlfiWet CanUnttl5luid wacrai . ijrttx K. 1 .. .jm fft'Hl. bAo I Mm For Infanta and Children. Mothers Know That E'.-J- - Genuine Castoria . Jil'. Ir, nim CiKHX. RSimiiatinu."---- -". . igtheatoraKasiuiuuv ll"iliU4 1 11 acalncsjandResttoWJ - li netOKTOplam,H''"-'UneraL e jttfrcu&sM1" vtrrnwzr Always Bears the Signature of fi.hF eMt In m w jiuapia fast AhdpfulRcmedyfo CwstipatJonandDUrrnK' nndWrishnessawl -- ctnri li ltNt!n . T AB Usg For Over . racSlmitcSi4nM2Lu' fBCCcriAWtC0H' Thirty Years NIYLJsi Copy of Wrapper. Kict THI .IKTUH e. M. 01I ITT. .1 anrsfiEsinrsa g mm KK mm MB y u Progressive People ; COL. MARET e TO GOON VACATION. business man knows THE value md convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to- date professional man; 1 wide-awako i Work I For Will Visit Home' And j. 0. Mcclar7 WWniMsdL kewise tho progressive fanner; and. too. We business woman. the shall he glad to initiate peoplo into details of keoping a checking account, WE WILL BK GLAD TO TAKU YOUR OUDER FOR TUB NBW LU12UTY LOAN UOMDS. I St-ite- s lifMiISS WJI ivj The Banfqof Wife Vernon mm m.i mum m STANFORD, mw W 11 WAR NEWS id-h- eld e Weak Women GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Eight well trained teachers in literary department, Jt4 .- k f r. 1 OA-- com-plate- v Koal Moral town. Daily Devotional Exorcises in each room. "c B - li 0 ol Spirit." .1. - -- o liter-effec- ts. spring.-Wiuches- tor u r S o c i 0 ti e a . H i g- h j d a . Free tuition to county graduates and teachers doing High School work. Good board can be secured at 50 conts por 1 Literary and. Chorus work. day and up. Second Term Begins Jan. far 21, 1918. thr lnfrmtln, writr, D. ti. LYON, Piinclaal ES2S2S0C Gor-man- KOKCaaBBBEHaf 11 3X2XXIZ2Xr2XI jEXZ ry Dr. .' 1V1. ... 1 K. Pennington i. s - ... LONDON WILL BE IN' OF DENTIST MT. VERNON ax JAN. 7th (First Dav Circuit Court.) For a Week or Two. Those needing dental work should stee him at once J. C. MOORE a ' Druf one-thir- lieiUjwT7-Wutl?ijtfyMr- r MJpawBNr IP v' 3MES22S2E2 MT. VLRNON SIGL' MHJAI. Mt. Vkunon KY, Jan Corduroy Pauls mid Corduroy Suits for nun at Fish's. Tlio new county officers will take chnrj-- next Monday. Largest .stock of U;ill Band 'overshoes in Iljckcusilu county (.uiaviut4tUtHyiii.cn ft. ,nt I'ish's. TIM1J TABfcK. Sco Dr. Ponniugtoii at the Jlj lifrTtB P m Uockcnstlu Hoicl next wuilc, if 24 north .... Xi ' 3 m.you vhnt dental worit done Jil south ...., 11 lain .... hon tn t ivu yet your lunch .... 12.1 i i in Jl .South at Proctor's Restaurant noxt IAS. IyANUKUrf, Agt. dcor to Uiinlc of Mt Vernon. fr up . rltl 7" 1(NAI. ''( if 4 18 The good yenr of 1917 is lilsiory. Riding Pints unil Lugging jit Fish's 2 i o Plifns No. 8. r'nlmrt t at tlie IH Vernon, ffConil-ri- i m Ky. Wiitif I mutter. Mrs Mary rfusin Allen, widow of the lto Willis Allen, died at her homo near Withers, last night. L'KKHOTiAIi J - Mrs. R K. Thrnips"ii is w;h her mother, Mrs W. M. Poynl-r- . Honry Cres, of Kans.isjis vihititisr relatives in thin cnn 'y. John Luir hiw heeii transfer .ju to Ft. Meyer, Va., from U; 'P Taylor. Miss T.uina Tiiomns n, of dr.ib Orchard, is with Miss Hjss Poy liter. Missim Julii Fish and Cilia limit nro visiting relatives IKIU' P.iini Lick. . .. Jitiiio Thunpson and Arthur wcro both homo fr.Jin Dotld Camp Taylor litis week and li'ok iny fine. Cashier and Mrs 0. M.Thoinp. son were guests of,Mr. and Mrs. . onthry-ingim- mr Next week is Circuit Court. i four weeks term and there is a lull docket which will hold tlio court for the full timo. II. H. Wood, Wlldie, Foil SAi.K:-Go- od horse, 16 J. M. Craig, Quail. hands high, works anywheie. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Tills is ADVKRT1SK Lost Oiio auto chain Dec. 28th A few facta about Bdrertlsioj between Buckeyo church and Gen j Taylor's place. Reward if which cannot be denied. returned to J. Fish, Mt.Vernon.Ky It pays to advertise. you como to town nex It pays the merchant. When It pays the purchaser. weelf, don't fcrgot that you can No advertising known to the get a good lunch at Proctor's rest business world, equals newspaper taurant next door to Bank of advertising. Mt. Vernon. The Rockcastle Chapter has appointed tho following Committee Word-of-Mou- th on Homo Relief Work, which will bo carried on anions auy 1st' des titttto by thoir dependents being called to tho front: Pausing encomiums, only over Rev. II. T. Young, Ch.1irm.1n your storo counter, about the Mt Vernon, quality of what you've cot to John Robins. Rxec Sccty, sell, results in about as much Brodhead, satisfaction as yourwife would Airs. Annio F. Richards, get if you cava her a box of Mt Vernon, cigars for Christmas. Mrs. Bettiu H. Carter, Brodhead, Win. Poy liter, Mt Veaiion, Advertising in This Paper G. S. Giillin, Livingston, talks to everybody at once and makes them talk back with money. T. C Welch, Livingston, W. M. Bullock, Hansford, (Cop jrlehl, br w. m. uo L O. Reams. Orlando, Fred Mullins, Withers, The Council of National Defense i. e i Advertising 1300. J. H. Pkoui'OK, HISSING 11- - Orlando, Ky. Dr. M. K. PouidiiKton, dentist, will bo at the Rockcastle Hotel. Monday, Januiry 7U1, to do dental work. Ho will bo there for only a few days. Make Fish's C.ish Store your huidquiirtars when you come to . We Circuit Court next nhvips try to have a good lire and you aro welcome to stay as WO-k- m M. V- - Doing buiiceu wkh. out adrtrtiu'eg ia ptptt it lite trjrwg In unlock your bun door wiA your wi'' hupla, You'ra got die wtoag Arlrtitiniig ii lit ley to the hora of plenty. . .. ..... U t' tetLA I zBfrU? li,7VM - i iff Ml I I it V ,pu;7r" uie Dig ena M im retee .. "'W.Tyrc3eU,"M Tuesday. Dm Pitman 1 Fi' if. horn. Our ad. your puiie. " It We ask PutASB Pav Ui: rnd Miss Viryio tin so who arc in nnonrs for sub Uow.ird wol-- married Woine&d.iy scription to plcao pn ifp. Ae oveiiin in th-- j County Clones' netd the money. you When ollii'o by .Jud;-- Biill.ird. come to couri er.t w.ek, p'east is ab1 to coino prepired to settle with tho .1. P K. Driiiumo'id yo n'mut the ro iin on crutcl'os signal man, who will be anxiou--l- y ml expects to leave the hospital wailii g to stc ou. as so in as the weatho clears up 11 Oar publicity bnsft- tKe money to youf door. VK.UJ If Mrs. Jones buys her coffet at Smith's each week If the coffee in your store is bsV- ter than Smith's and cheaper-W- hy, TELL MRS. JONES I Don't dash wildly aoross the . . 1. . eVl. eV.11 atl AL 1 J ion our, wtgugn; rro a --.-.- .-, .w..a " " ful advertisement In this paper about your coffee. We'll catch her eye by making y0tif ad. attractive. Then all that is left for you to do is to take in the- - money- - for-th- ocoffee Mrs.-Jonbuys. "" t- 1 - es (OoirrUil.MU.ar (CoprriaLt, isce. br w. a. v.) . Cafiarrh of loju.lo Rv. erty on Richmond, tho building recently occupied by E R - II T. Yoiui! h.is moved an's Couucil L V. Uoihuruiu's prop, fenso will be Ctuii-tr- y The Registrars for the of WomNnlion.il Dp .. T11llm4 Ins hntn Mrc It. T SSlIyEvery sick for several weu'cs lnt mt9 .. ... 11111 iici iu" iir iiiu i.. r..... ii.ij 1, 1.... ." H. tion has been alarming. She is very low. ...,. .1. .I-- -- , r NAMES OF DELINQUENTS REPORTED TO LOCAL AUTHORITY. There is hereby certified tho following list of tho ni'inrsand of persons who have been duly and legally notified to file with the Local Board tho question-luirrequired by tlie regulations promulKiited by tho President of the United States undor authority grauted by Act of Onuirrivs approved May 18, 1917, and who lmve failed to lilo such questionnaire : 184 John L. Sturgil, Livingston, 294 Charlie .Mulicoat. Ottawa, 247 Luther Cox, Conway, County Clerk .S. F. Bowman 494 William Sylvester Polly, left' Tuesday for Camp Shelby Mt. Vernon, to'sec his sou, Dwight, and hopes 238 William Green Northern, to be able to bring him home for Rock ford, a few dins. Dwight has been 343 Emmet Taylor, GumSuIphur, having some serious trouble with 274 Lum Hoiikins, Brodhead. one of his fingers duo to blood Smaltj Pox: Squire Sherman po'son. Chasteen notified tho County Mr. Hobirt Burnetto and bride Board of Health late Wednesday of Paris, were guests of his evening of an outbreak of small sistor, Mrs. Lloyd Livosay first pox in tho Disputauta tectum, at of tlie week. Mr. Burnetto U a tho home of liin Chasteen. Tliorc Kockcastlo hoy and is now em- are four woll developed cues. ployed as instructor in mathe The disease was contracted at inntics and manual training in Middletown, Ohio, where otic of Paris High School. Mr. Cluiteeii's family lias been Mrs. Lula Cress, daughter of located for some time and came Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bray of home a few das s ao unci broke Wabd, this county, was struck by out. Boforo tho matter was recat in Cincinnati a week ago or ported a large number hud been Dr. Lovell reported inoro and received some very exposed sovero cuts in the head. Sho is that yellow flgs woro put up us at the.homo of her brother, Rob soon as tlio fact became known crt Bray Jr., in Locklaud, Ohio, tlmt thero was small pox, tho and thoso Geo. Bray, her brother, went to!ijuse quarantined sco her and found her seriously who have been exposed ordered hurt but stayod until she was to s.tay at home, which order if strictly carried out will prevent pronounced out of dangor. fnrmpr'ativ Jirent spread. Tho law is inti.iir uniimi n Rockcastle county citizen, who' very rigid on any ono who knows has for soven years been with that ho or she has boon exposed contagious diseases, Range to such s tho any thing to cause Co has recently been made second willfully does - a spread of tho disoaso and now vice presidont of that big conI11 authority corn Mr. Wallon is a livo wiro is tho time for those law U enforced -- when it- - coiuxHto business and to soo that, the untiring ciToits merited tho and thoroby sws tinny the his honor and Jtrust conferred upon suffering and hardships which many Rockcaslle they othorwiso will havotoBuf-frioud- s him. His will rojoice his fer, as tho result of it sproad of tho filthy aud terrible disease. success. splendid PO-LIC- E o Reams, the Orlando and Prof. Chus. B. wont to Hattiesbur hst week to see Mr. Reams' son, Robert who is stationed there Doan Thompson SorROint Stationed at (hmp Taylor, whs with his parouts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Doan, near lliiisford, during tlio week. Ho says the Y. M. C. A. is tlio real homo for tlio sofdier hoys in Camp. Willio Adams, son or Mr. nnd Mis. Abo Adams of 'his place, loft Wednesday for Lonisvillo eo with about sixty other youiijmen to the Great Lakes Naval Training Station at Great Lakes, 111. Ho eiitors as a oporator. Lewis merchant, Anderson ..t tho P. at office an) at tho stores an Jan 51I1. to tnko the rotjisttaiioii of as many women of RoMto.sMo County n is jossio!e. 'the teaehois of the county urc ruiuusted to come in and rcymir so as to bo ablo to act as .Registrar- - for their district. All women over sixteen years of ago aro eligible. Sadyu Riciiaijds. Chairman Roikcastlo County. Hiss Amallo Ruzlclca, 1449 South 16th St, Omaha, Nebraska, writes: "I have suffered with catarrh of tho throat. I ccught cold and It settled In my throat, and I coughed badly and was ery weak. I could not sleep nnd had no appetite. I had two doctors, and had taken so many different medicines and found no help. I thought I will have to give up; but at last my mother read about Peruna, so I thought of trying that great medicine I'eruno. I not a bottks of it and in about four days I ' coughing, nnd' after aalmost Istopped while surely found relief, and from that time we Thos who object to liquid rnedU are not without Peruna In our home." cinea can procure Peruna Tablet. Throat Could Not Sleep No Appetite Now Well. We Always Have PERUNA in th Home. Wheat and meat and sugar anil fats will win or lose tho war. Tlio people of tha United States have no other busiaasa to look after till this war is woa. Tho importance of tha suppllos of farm products Is such a great factor in this war that tha farmers are on a safo basis. These product! are bringing better prices than over before. These prices are made by the Government in some instances. Tho market price has boon raised by Federal rulings. This was done on corn to stimulate the supply to meet tho demands. Our farmers arc corn raisers, and men who have been just living ari now enjoying spare money. Farmers, who fira years ago bad to sell their corn balow tha amount to keep them over to another crop, aro now able to hold hundreds of bushels more than they actually ned and are doing so hoping that the price will soar higher beforo spring. These men aro being asked to invest their corn in porkers with the assuranoe that win the war and at it will thu same time yield them good profits. Will they do it? We aro watching to see. We know that in Rockcastle the farmers never bought Liberty Bonds. They touched X. M. C. A. contribution boxes so lightly we could not toll it. Tho farmer wearing a Red Cross button is an exception rather Investigations than the rule. shows thbt they aro not in any Surry" "tb "buy" TKtUt" Stamp's." Many farm .bouses hare never displayed in their windows any Food Conservation Cards. Does Mr. Farmer expect the basi&ess and professional men to loan the Government money to conduct this war; supply all tho demands of charity incidental to war, and manycf them drop their business and eo to the front, while the farmer sets all the spare money and in every instance files & long blank on tbe Questionnaire claim. ing agricultural exemption for We (I themselves or their sons. looked over the situation and 1 thought if you can't come along m come across. h-l- J887 1918 4R)S1$3juJS) inmr7ffifriffi)ftntoM Everubody at Our Place j Wishes fl Happy Every&Qdy aii Your Place j Prosperous New Year j XJriA tfftOpVi amrwo532i tw,jt THE CASH STORE UfiDBSTAKBB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelhl Hiuul-mad- e 'ofiins furnishec ILu'so seni to all pails ol i the County ." All Phima orders by Wire PromptlyFilled "V CASTQBIA R-H- FOR FLETCHER! kei(rs W. A. 94-- S X, l WW M VEB.VON, KY. Hi . A MILLER D I L IE N G DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, i A Kentucky FREE fFREE S .wr B p H vnmm wn l2i2iisiiSrJra - y -- wvr7!f.zrr? -- CALL ON US if you need anything Cup of Pilgrim GotTee and a Nii ft OelltS ar at A, wire-le&- s in the drug line Prescription Work a Sptcinlly PHONE ELBRIGHTS Maifi Street Store BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY v 39 23 SSCSSi 1 Patronage the to thank each of you for our w.th us has been st each and every transan ad,ust it at not we are ready and anx.oas.to trVde, assunng share of your f- a b F1VM SCHOOL LONDON, KY. Second Term Opens January 2. 1918 SCHOOLS L . .. you our prices win ut m " - -e ARE MAINTAINED; we I. MODISL II. HIGH SOU 001, Work corers first eight grndos. Tliorougli training for High Scheol. Provider ntACTiCB teaching for Normal studonts. SCHOOL Collego preparatory and vocational courses. Our graduates admitted to all leading colleges without examination. III. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Piano, Tiolia (all stringed instruments), voice, public ackool muilc, all wind lustrumonts, etc., taught. A large band, nn, jorcuL'itra, eleo club, eta , maintained. their'lines of Coffeesincreased more than two thousand pounds for the on i one or our .. . j past year. If vou arc not already u " wantyouto become one ot tnem,anau ... we will serve a tree cup or rugruu w miD wit riPTWI AT 15c lb. ...i..l. rvtt.. ,f tU, nrW on the market today. COFFEE. WE ARE AGENTS FOR K. P. Our sales XT wi.. 1 IV. SOIIPQUOF BUSINESS aliorthitiuV Bookkeeping. Eugman-Matthew- tuught. ment positions. tyiowritine, and nil allied subjects "Special couibos preparing for Govern- on hand as we have a nice to 2- -Be HOURS wisning Azain thanking you for all past iavors; u.y, prosperity, We are, Vours very JANUARY 17th to 21st Inclusive Calendar for you. y- - NORMAL SCHOOL Courses preparing, for County aud Stito Certificates and (or a State Diploma Students may cuter at any time-shu- t. ;2aisaLutwiiwew the sooner the bettor. For full information, rate?, etc., wrlto, of TUB PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY. tSfTOTiK&W D.B. Albright, talesmen A.E.Albright,Br0ilhead,Ky. V '' .- -. i. . 'Svwtirri '. ". ' ,73f,Vre- -' HOOVER GIVES M SIDE OF IT Fre-vcaied Fixing of Sagar Prices Profiteering. SAVED MILLIONS IN MONEY Statement of Food Administrator At. tributes Suiar Shortage In United States to the Heavy Movement "o" Sucar From Western Hemisphere of Refiner to Europe Charges Claus Spreekels Receive Attention. Wftjh'nxton, Doc. 20. . Food Herbert Hoover's stato which muni 'in Uio sugar ho tiled unsuccessfully to sot bcloru tho senate committee InvertlRatlns the stipar BhcitaRp, lias been mado public by the White House. Sir. Hoover attitbutos tho shortage hero to tho heavy movement ol sugnr from tho western heniisinicro to Kuroro and nsscrta that wtthou' the llxlns of prices by agreement r would ltava been sellluK for 2."i or 30 cent a pound and more, than probably would havo 200,00(.C00 been profiteered from the American people by this time. - The statement contains tho foo-admlnlstratcr's reply to charges matte by Claus the committee before Spreekels, president 0f tho Kodcru' Ileflntng cnmratiy. that tho susnr v.as mlcmanapcil. and set? forth In detail tlu administration'.-effortto Uccp tiisar price-- dowr while supplying largo quantities to the allies. Tho committee, of which Senator Heed Is chairman, not only had refused to make the statement a part of the consrcss'owl record, hut h. sn-pa1 n . dcelTneiriirusIarTo"j;eriiiiTrfrjC:r V :' tako the sihhtT to" answer Sprco'iola charpes. When the hearhiK Is re sumed Friday, however. It In iimUr-st'o.Mr. Hoover will bo permitted t tell his story. At tho outset tho statement presents! tho world sucar situation as i existed prhr to tho European wur The allies then produced much of their own supplloi and purchased tho remainder from (iermany. Iteforc tho war thoy took only 300.000 torn; num.-all- y from the western hemisphere This yar they havo taken 1,400.000 tons. "That," says tho food ndmlnit-trato- r, "Is the cause of the Biijtar qhovtv;, and aethlns clso." The statement says tho food admin titration has handled tho situatl'm iVk x vliw to ntotxlnln; the mora'.o of Trancs and Kntlarul, where tho tugar ration has been extremely lev for months, nl at tho same tlmu a 3n-- l in price to 20 or 25 conts new. Shortaflo Will Continue. einco tha food administration wai creatod In Ausruet the United SUttei Vw. exported to tho alllo - TICSS-- l tons of refined sujW&nd Yl the same period Cuba his shipped '' o Kurope 24G,m tons of raw product. This, it la declared. Is Just the amour.' of the shortage In tho United States. Kven with theco shipments, jj. pointed out, tho supply in Kngaml and Franc has been lnadeu.iu.to. Consumption In England has been m ducod to 24 pounds a year for each io it pouuuis person an? in t.The surname, inu iocu aunuaisu-awill continue ciurlns ynr. ai it Is tho duty of the United Stutiw u continue to feed tho lies ".Vext year," he says "our supplies will be short 250,000 to ;'0O,O0O tons unlet the alllos go to Jaa for uj.pllej. TuIg amounts to an ccon-om- y of about 10 por cent on o'ir par: If the allies arc forced to jo to Java t will require an extra amount of hipping, ivkicli. If mod to transport troop. wm movi J50.C0O to JOO.OvO American toldiors to Franco "If statements that thcro will be in autindat.es of sugar next year are believed y tin Aniorlcnii public It will oou,lr-'- s w f.Mincalcu. - liarra. Tho numbor of wc can aeroes is llmltui. if ,,, in our ftrocd and gluttony forco tho Hiw eithsr to roduce tholr ration nr to jo to rtmoto nuukots aHe'riiiar wo will hy9 iono ttumendods dam-ag- e to eur ahilltios within tho war." Chargo that tho food admlnlslra-Iopermitted sugar stocks to remain ... nt -ut ' sid tro, n ... 4 iu couniry unmovej.rifl was left In Cuba while an offjrt waa mado to boat down Cubrni ,)rcea. :sS smtm mttffToQ hurt Toll cf the Streetcar Accident Pittsburgh. at Pittsburgh, Dec. 2C Sixteen per sons wero killed and 114 persons swno sorlomly, when a streot- In a tunno' connecting fur the South aids busiuoss district with South Hills. Tho car emorgod from tao tunnsl after a wild dash and turn-eorer on Jta sldo. Every person Iri the car wm Injured. The car was Ple i wlth clty bouud shopper lao wt-ntho south 7 end of tho timuol. A mlnuto or two later tho trolley fe gala tV.Jiaye loft too wire and tho llshts went-ou- t For reason not yet deterrarrtod th raotorman loet eontrol mi u -- . dashed down the steop grade, Jumpel ..id imcn, luroaa on its ildo and fWruck telesraph pole. b8.1"' d ;, CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. When you are troubltd with indigestion or constipation, take ChamborhU's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach ond en able it to perform its functions naturally. Indigestion is usual ly uccompanied by constipatiou and is aggravated by it. Cham borjain's Tablets cause a gentle uiurcuium m me uuweis, reiiev iuff tho coostlj)atGd condition, j forego coveted possession or even necessities. The work must go on, ba- cause there Is no one thing tbat con-- tribute! so much to tha spirit ana efficiency of the troapa. The Y. M. A. is working night and day to help the. government win this war. And every penny that la, given to aid the work ia a direct aasUtance to the hoalth, happlnesa and ttranita of your hoy and mine. Snapshots of Kaleldoseople Work. Keynote of thoSplenJid Work the Y.M.C.A. Does Among In all the big cities in France where Our Men In Uniform Is Keeping Them In our men pass through In large numbers, the Y M O A. Is operating " SM30 Touch VL'iili the Folks at Home. hostels, where they can get beds and moals at a minimum cost. In London tho American Y. M. C. A. nas erected a large building (or onr soldier and a RED TRIANGLE clubhouse STAMPED WITH STAII8 AND STRIPES AND for American officers. There are Y. M. C A. dugouU right bohlnd the front tine trenches, where Multifarious Ways in Which tho Association Appeals to Your Boy, the soldiers can get hot drinks, crackers and otber comforts at all hours. Your Neighbor's Boy, or Somo Boy You Know and Lovo Over 2,000 men who had been rejectCreates a Helpful Environment iu Cantonment, on Way Overseas, ed on account of physical disability Beyond First to Aid as Ho Comes havo been able to got Into the Drltlsh in Fror.t Lino Trench and Tottering Back Give Your Sharo of tho 35,000,000 Ecquircd to army by reason of tho physical work of the Drltlsh Y. M. C. A. Accomplish 'lhis "Last Evidouco That Somebody Cares." A fleet of motor cars leaves the big Y. M. C. A. headquarters in London at T was evening on the broad least is on its way to you. Each one midnight every night to pick up solHempstead Plain, Long Island, of our 1G cantonmoats, whore tha new diers who are wandering about the where tho llalnbow dlvLston was national army is being trained, is streets without any wholesomo lodging spending Its last night boforo embark- using mere than a million sheets of In which to spend the night. These I ing for Kranco. It had beon raining this paper every m ntb. In tho draft cars are operated by Englishwomen hard in tho afternoon a cold, steady army alono that means 10,000,000 (Haot position and refinement, who report nd thero was ul on ts of lovo every month reaehln: that they never meot any dlacourtesy autumn downpour nothing to suggest tho rainbow in tho out from tho groat encampmotitwne.fi at the hands of the soldiers. The Imoutward aspect of the camp. Linos tho mon are belli; trained luto I ho portance of this service can be estiand lined of sodden canvas housoi greatost army thU nation has ever mated by the tact that at least 60,000 27,000 men, gathered from 27 different droamed and binding tnom to the soldiers are on loave In London every CURED AT A COST OF TfcN. L J v states. Tim cround was dotted with hearts at home. Multiply tbat by week. Ovsr half of these sleep In Y. 5 pools and quagmires. Under tho wot thinking of all tho othor places where M. C. A. beds every night 'Ei,'lu ynars npo when wo canvas It was damp and cold, with a Undo Sam his men with tho dig In Entertainment on Vast Scale. penetrating chill. Lit by flickering navy yards, on the hlxh seas, In arae nm inowu jto Mtutoon, I was a The Y. M. C. A. has ereotcd a big candlos, tho tents wero far from cheer- naU and oMcct-i- ' tialnlng camps aa auditorium, seating 3,000, in each of Ktmt sufferer from indigestion In all thes ful shelter for a man's last night in "Over Thcro" In France. the big draft camra, and huge Chautau- ai d constipation, ''writes Mrs places men aro wrl.lag rnine. Th r Ms r.atlrc land. qua tents, seating 2,600 In the otner Hut thcro were seven big tenta unassuming llttlo sheets of notep'p" "I encampments. The association U run- Robert Allison. Mattoon, III .whore electric lights, numbers and gladden millions of hearts a f. i ning a 22 week entertainment circuit li:ul Ir. qneiii, licaduehis :ind dizzy night pleasant. Thoy transfer mtre lore from c friendliness mado tho among the camps and la paying 1G pt'lls find wis a f. elinj.' companies ot entertainers, who are i 'ilce ho ivy wei'ir. pressing on traveling to 30 camps performing bein. slomar.lt and chest ail the fore the men. . In each of the draft oampa the Y. time. I filt tniscrii' Io. Every M. C. A. bas ten secretaries engaged of fo d distressed me. I in In educational work. The association oiiM not rest at and felt la seeing to It tbat every man who in d act! worn out nil tin; time. ..caJinoL'jireU English Ji.iBghi.todo -- AG.O.--R-so. In many ol tn camps tnT asso- Ulle bWVinft CiWrntjcrTaiVfRTun. enroll nie ami I liive since ciation has a singing director, who Is teaching the men to sing the popular fell kc a different person " and martial airs that do ao much to :Bfir-j- Ut'JER!! keep up their spirits. Of 34 Y. M. C. A. men at Camp mM DIx only three are being paid full salaries. In all tha camps the majority 4 of the Y. M. C. A. men hare left lucrative positions to do this work simply fa because Its appeal la Irresistible to any red blooded man. Harry Lauder, k ?7vU tho famous 8eotch singer and come- Eft 'J;ti asbcy dian, now on his farewell concert tour In the United States, Is firing all his spare time to the service ot the asso")." . ciation and Is singing to the soldiers all the camps be can reach. at In one of the draft camps the Y. M. C. A. Is supervising athletics on 130 I Nothlner ti tnnn Im....... . .l playing fields, providing full atblrtlo home ,. IhAn mtm.t n .Jr I equipment. The wlnnxrs of the ..T.r;' z;zr'.?vi hu I ' games will play the chamI down to the hut Fra"s,lvauU Ug,, Kl, .nit, Uood Heading and Correspondence Facilities In Y. M. C. pions of th other cnide oil rtHncd to rirfecUo"" Building. CftlU tin rnnrn limn tha One of Urn RrtMrft services renderu?u.t?con 0;" ' te,CI MOSKY-i- vis ed by the msroclnlnn Is the making A I"ea.h of tlnso a eo'dler was strum part of tho world to another thsn - COMPLETE LINK POUTK OH. In mins ti a piano; others were reading-osrrtls ulructfruiaour work! can exprees. Statistics ore Coffins, Caskets and Robe:, b'o.ti u. hundreds wero pretty poor anyway when it comas to ;. Stall Oi! Co. wrltms "". tera homo, nohlnd the reckoning In tsrmt of lore and human Mail Telegraph or Telerau u io r at one c.nd throo or four tondornuss. Let's put It this way: Lexington, Ky. vvuag men ,re buSy passing out That the Y. M. C. A. is phone orders Promptly r.eflntry st Wrrcn. the biggest ex. nnte-npatu Pnve:0pes. selling press company the. world has ever : tell thocslebrateJ KaCsiV Filled stamp j and wMt,ng rarcciSi whch seen, and the paresis It is handling Auto OIL n-- n the senOj, homo 0ne 0, aro the lores and dorottons of humn jSfcxrafcy 2S3Bffiia3E2siSSraSSRE3RB5 t'.c ni'Ha sill as , 6t00d , beings. tho lent useJ chlelh ,,y men from World's Jest Loved Trademark. Iowa: "Wo camo allV0 wa hera This war baa made ua think hard 'mm Pes X! dnes. and W a mshty lonely Tho'i wo found and fast. Your boy or your nalgh-boryj A. ei tho Job. and it's boa.,; h(Jm8 boy or some boy you know ajid nd aioro than a home to us jjV9 lovo has bean called to do his chare us ?hat wo wanted when we.., in the big Job ot policing tha world, (or ft moa. we'll never forget lkrhe democracy and human liberty. la It V tr.mil Ifl tho V. M. C. A. any comfort to you to know that wher- Klne, Cl;an-Cut- , Upstandlnn Fellow eror his duty may call him your boy How c:o.i those benclios were pack will uara a friend that wiU serve him J with mou, Lcmlins over tho ion!0 ir. mind and soulT An xou iDies aujotiml in their writing! 'aa io Know taai tnu iriono win piacs hat an rjij'eal to lUo sympathies Tiks'and mscazlnes at his disposal, Vnlze classed to teach him what-h.hese Groat nroupj of sowicra makol P WiX XsimwCmW XB4&9mmm wants to learn, give him a TOJ 4 4 5gPg-r"T-lVTy- Vi riJie, cloanciit. upstandlnj follows, 1 testament and invite him to of tkcm m:rt boys, oit thinks Jln( X'ljlous 'ma msetlncs of the faith uniollitoij' of th; sacrlflco thoy have t Did you uht it VM udj f.r tliQ riit o.' us and how s Tl ,h9 "soclatlon provides thoy areto sjraj one luck home, athletle ,pment for hU favorite omowhtro, In far off frm or vlllago tames, teah,, Wm g1imet h, knowa r city atrest, there are parenU or none and Jfcds COncerU. lectures A Kcd Trlsnjle Dugout In the aranutl0 ,Btw trotliers or wives win wouM give all jnovlss. Trenches. klnd ot whole. they possoss Tor olio glinipse of those ioms amusemenrt. jut of mosey orders by which the men k.. h- i"iburnel facei ns you and I see ran s;nd their pay home to their fain-lietlicm on their ul3ht before going In somo of the big camps the 7UU hoTer.e.s, help ""'Jii '.11(1 It IVU ullh a lhrh nl .m.m r. If. C. A. Is providing banking facu-- trie thit I wtciod them, bsnt nd dnserous lties for the men as well. oer tholr letter paper, In one after him right up to the Do Yeur Bit With a Tenner. and beyond Itt The last another of thoso soven big tents. k Thin month (November) the Y. II. soldier has with this Ufa be H' "" Thcso wero tho lonts of tho Y. M. C. C. A. must raise 135,000,000 to carry A. On that hut night In America the well Is a cup of tea ttven him by,.., Y. M. C. A. free just before he roJ ob its work among our soldiers and sssoclatlm was serving the soldiers n In I.:.'.." "J1" ViVmi .m Of this of t'l mya giving them "over the top" to a hand to hand 111 be an opportunity to write home. Ob gle with the eiemy. Aid k. ce"'0.M'!-.- ' abou' with ourewn troops Njpsst ob work previous n'tehts thoy had enjoyed box tottering back from No baa's Laid, abeut 111 fer every man la Uncle ing oouts. movies, concsrts, dramatics wounaea, but strong enough and SaVs uniform. If everybody who kaa and a scoro of lioallhy entertainments Plucky enough to keep ea his feet, reeelv.d utters from soldiers and saileven before his weuada era dressed ers wer es well as rel!f!ou to contribute $10 the task But en thia last nlsht home ties were strong-est- . the Y. U. C. A. Is wattlag for aire with woald be usy. Are your fcoya health tea and sweet cheeolate, the great s and happlnMs and eleaa soul worth And perhapa that Is the keynote of the ana la the trenches. Do te yeut of the splendid work the Y M. P.. a you woadsr that the lied Trlaagl Is Is doing amorit our men in uniform Your tewa mayor, yoar pastor, yoir called "the best leved trademark In school cuperlatsndsnt wUl know who Keeping tnrm in touch with home. tke world T" Oae soldier la rrsace Ua Is the treaiurer of tke campalga comMa0le Words, "With the Colors." mittee In your county or towa. Other eallsd It "tke last evidence that In these times thire are some tetwise secta a check or money order to eates." ters that mean m, re to us tnan soy It every thlsklsg eltlsea coil! see Cleveland H. Dodge, treaiurer, 111 we havo ever id before. They are with kts aat Tweaty-elghtewa ey'ae sosaetblag street. New Toric written on chcots of paper staniptd ef the actaal. g dene for ear city. with tho Stars and Stripes and tkt mea Only aacrllcUl giving by millions ot ky the red trlangjs of the Y. M. O. A., and ne qaiitloa. association there wotld ba givers will make possible the con t la- T M. C. A. aavlag (, they liar the magic words, "With the o apteal te the poklle fer meaey. uaace at uta vast work fer Amerloaa 1 Colors." There srs many mere tkaa setdlers and ter those ef oar alllee. a million such letters In the malls sow natter thaaa "1st this wseallal werk fer listiat rieh mt mM while you read tkls. l'srhaps cue at sell tkel'r aietersirs. eer ea would I RHiiiion Leiisrs In ilia lails Today a Bearing Magic Words "Witt the Colors" Every One of Them taid "We'll Deposit Our Money ththe I J alA cMn!gl vvaicn us Uflow J. This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. - J f k" cuyic ua ff I II V ?7 f- - I I y'xy II IXXIXEXirNf B -- fere rel th. b 8 9 Reliable jonas Mckenzie. yyr ivrTTvr The Old I, I N B- O-F- tf 8 tvttvt nrr - Its 1 5s$afe iKiei )W dsms :ryy-i'iL- Mill inr.iMi 1I General Merchand ise Farm Iinplements g 53t t iQ3y fXIZXf tag I t the Lamp Oil th oaves Eyes - QEANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky i &i.ji&orf&yz,x& xxtoic9tojc88: cmi. '" ifi s I : f n-- siFiSiiitiiiHililiil p Cim er mmmmStM J 1 r. js , ' vtAysBasBaaaa. w-- re ta, llfpfp flylrSaHfili Vrovoinr :3ic3iCf)iGj ' c let o f WSiM&fHl&P I Public S peaking TVTTVt i A ASaW pro-iou- ' Dlblee ndery l"t l' i.., JUDGE J. M. ROBSION i 1 rt fttSKKKK CANDIDATE for CONGRESS AND t!-- let u . Hon. Charles Finley SECRETARY OF STATE . FORMER coat-fort- lit Will aay-ked- y er-bs- h work-bein- te address the voterspf Rockca.stle county at the court house MT. VERNON, Ky. P.M. fUr ('CrrXCC BETHURUA X LEWIS When Croup Comes Vr te$&C$3&$ VMaroii Ov? ATTCItNEYS AT LAW MT VRUNON, IIV. Will in nil lm mn,!. Office In Ilethurum Dulldlnp. Treat'Externally The old method 0f doslwrdellcaU litUe stomachs with nauseous druse Is wronir ttm.W" treatmeat "Vap-Itub" ,xfcx $xx$xt C.C. WiUjanm -I Monday, January 1, Is 1918 ATTOnNEY-ATLA- I ...we u,tr lue iursi and ciitsi. The vapors released by the body heat, loosen the choking phlegm and ease the breathing. A bedtime applleatloa tneurea souad sleep, 3ec, I0e, or ll.M. Sti. jurt teal HT.VEKNON,KY. wrt-iuK.- - nlb a A dlMt f p W 'Church 'St. Special atteu- tion given collections. 'a'NoNH 80 onacG.nooroi Bank of Ut. Vernoa, onJ They are both gifted speakers and you will hear something of. interest 3cEverybody cordially Invited