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VERNON, mmml JANUARY 11 1818 PW -- ESTABLISHED 1887 ' Ui..JU.UU.LJ"I' VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NUMBER 1g They wore porsucd by Boone, Callaway and Alr.Cnlla way's sous, Flanders, Henderson and Captain Holders, were overt iken and the girh rescued by their friends and returned to tho fort. On tlietr return to the tort Hender sou married Kotsy Callaway und Fiandcrs Callaway married Jemima Boone, having a doublo wedding nnu" wero the ancestors of tho numerous Cullnway family of Missouri. Captain Holdor und Fanny Calhway wero married til, next year. Boone's brother, a Baptist minister, of ficiatcd on both occasions. Both the paternal and maternal grandfathers of Mr. Williams wero soldiers of tho Revolutionary war, also tho greatgr.mdfa titer, wbo is known in history as Colonel liichtrd OalUway of Virginia, who was prominent in the early development and .settlement of Kentucky and who was a buldiur tit the frontier and Indian war under General Washington. The grandfather of Mrs. Jesse Williams in bolh the paternal and maternal line was a soldier of tho Revolutionary WAV. 000 hainir John Collier and I ncss prospered and ho accumulated a competency which justified his retirement from business in 1893. On the 5th if March, 1850, Mt Williams was married to Miss was bom iu Mary Collier, who Rockcastle County, Ky., May 8, 1826, a daughter of John and Susan (Graves) Collier, bpth of whom were natives of Culpeppor rR a R D'' 1 H- I-- HMi MHM aBBai a H R.rs.-A Bar a Dolly Vardtara F Sour $1.42 Hundreds of other Bargains too' numerous to mention in Fancy and Staple GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SADDLES, HARNESS, TINWARE, CHINA WARE, etc. Start the New Year right Make a resolution to trade at BAKER'S BLUE FRONT STORE. ' iBT MBal BaMa iM BB Jam 1 1 ir tea jzaszzzxmsBszsri I Xd Eiar 'H'H.H iwaai 1 county, Virginia ' From childhood she had been acquainted with Jesse C. Williams, and at an early ago they wero betrothed, but tho wedding was delayed by the long illness of her mother, to whom she was nurse and companion. Tho mother pawed away in January. 1850, aud two months later Miss Collier became the wife of Mr. Williams. This marriage was blessed with seven namely: Katbcrine, children, who was born in 1851 and died '52; Judge Oscar Waldo Williams of Ft. Stockton, Tex ; Judge William David Williams, of Austin, Texas, died October 1, 1916; Josiah Joplin, died July 2O, 1910; Edward Kverett, who was born in t8b0 and died February, 186:; Anna Susan, of Carthage, at d . . 0 ' :' DEATH OF HON. I. C. WILLIAMS OUR OLDEST CITIZEN PASSES OUT Alter Years Of Life, and Sixty Years of Residence In Carthage. Ninety-Eig- ht 1 ,- Halftone aud article furnUheil through coureesy of Carthage Republican, . Mr. S. CV Djivideon. editor, Carina re, 111. , M Hon. Jesse C. Williams died at his homo in this city Wed. nesday morning, December 5, 1917. aged 98 years, 3 months and 13 days. Mr. Williams had been in his usual health until last Friday when ho buffered an attack of acute indigestion, from which he seemed to rally, but which finally brought his useful and worthy life to a close. His physical vigor was remarkable, and with the exception of several weeks last summer when ho was weakened by the heat, ho walked down town every day, sometimes twice a day, and to Sunday school and church every week. He was down town just a few days hofore his last illness came on him. His great strength was shown in bis last illness when he refused to bo contined to hi bed, but sat in his arm chair most of tho time, finally fulling into the last long sleep in his chair Wednesday morning, as one who dreams pleasant dreams before his iirosido. His mental powors wero as remarkable as his physical, and one could always roly on the accuracy of his statements to the very last. He was a creat reader and kept in touch with current events and discussed them with interest. Mr. Williams had a noble family history, and a fuller ac count thau vc aie here Rivic would embellish the page of any family journal. Family Histohv. Jesse G. Williams was bom in Richmond, Madison county, Ky. on the 22nd of August, 1819. his parents bting Richard and Catherine (Holdor) Williams Tho father whs born iu Fredericksburg, Culpepper county. Virginia, in 1786, and tho moth-e- r was a native of Clark county, Ky., her birth occuring in 1797. Mr. Williams' maternal grand father, Johu Holder, and greatgrandfather, Colonel Richard Callaway, joined Dauiel Boone at Boone's fort on tho Kentucky river, now in Madison county, in 1775. In July, 1776. Col. Oil Betsy laway's two daughters. and Fanny Callaway, and Jcmi ma Boone were iu a skiff on tho river and wero captured by a party of Indians, which were Vernon, Ky. river bank concealed on the daughters of Mr. aud Mrs. Wil iams were therefore eligible to imombership with the Daughters of the American Revolution and aro now connected with chapters of this organization. Richard Gott Williams, (the father of Jesse Williams, learned the trade of saddler and r in the city of Richmond, Virginia, and in 1808 removed to Richmond, Ky., where he followed his trade until 1828. In I825, he engaged in the over- land trade from Westport, Mo., Mex. He to Santo Fe, New had many exciting adventures on this trade and was at one time robbed of all his possessions, by the Apache Indians on the Ci marra River in New Mexico and a brief account of this may be found in Greggs Commerce of the Prairies. Ho then retired from this trade and settled on a farm twenty miles from Richmond, in Rockcastle county, Kentucky, where he remained for twenty years, when in 1848 he moved to the couuty seat of that county retiring from active business and lived there until his death. He was a warm admirer of Henry Clay and served several terms as a magistrate in His wife was of his locality. the Presbyterian faith. In their family were thirteen children of whom two are yot living: William H.. 85 years of ago, residing in Aztec, N. M , and Louisa (Mrs, VanWInkle) of Mt Vernon, Ky. aged 76 years. The father of this family died in January, 1878, and their mother passed away iu 1884, the remains of both being interred in tho cemetery at Mt kf Calif., whoso brigth letter of ft TAT 9 VPf-i-&- ? BIGA IN ej Jesse C. Williams acquired a limited education in the district schools of his native state and tho next year after ho put aside Bargains i" J r. LADIES' SUITS & SUTTON McBEE his textbooks ho loft homo and went south, and wns engaged on the construction of ono of the lirst railroads in that part of tho country, tho lino extending Atlanta and Chattanooga. It was over this road that General Joe Tohnson mado his cele brated retreat during tho period (1 01 tno Civil war. ueturmng to Kentucky Mr. Williams raised a crop of corn on his father's farm and for several years during the winter seasons engaged in teach ing school. At one time Mrs. Eliiabeth Scoflold, mother ot Judge Chas. J. Scotiold and James B. Crawford, were amon his pupils. He afterwards turned his attention to merchandising in Mt Vernon, Ky., and in 1857, he removed to Carthage, whoro ho opened a general store, which ho continuously until conducted 'about twenty live years ago, keeping a large lino of general goods. Ho was first located on tho south ' sldo of tho public squaro, afterward removing to tho west side and finally erected a business block on the north side, Iu which he continued until his retirement from mercantile life. His butd. bo-tw- een couuty greetings to Hancock number friends for the holiday appears elsewhere in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. Williams celebrated their golden wedding 17 years ago, having all of their children with them on this happy occasion. They traveled life's journey together as man and vife for 56 years, sharing with each other in the joys andsorrows, the adversity andprosDerityV which comes to each individual in a long life time. Mrs. Williams passed '" away January" 267 19 10. In 1860 ho erected a commodious residence in the southwestern part of .the city, in which he resided continuously until his death. Its site was then the north line of his farm, which adjoined tho city. In politics he was staunchly democratic and served his party one term in the upper house of our state legislature the 27th General Assembly in 1871-7- 2. He refused to again become a candidate against the desires of tho political leaders of the district because legislative work was not to his liking. He was a charter member of tho Christian church of this city, was an activo worker, and up to within the last few weeks was a regular attendant at Sunday school and the morning services. Ho was for many years an elder in the church, and acted for several years as superintendent of tho Sunday school. In 1847 he organized tho Ashland Lodge of F. and A. M. at Mt. Vernon, Ry.,Vj5nd served as tho first Wofsflipful Master. At the time 5f his death ho was probably tho oldest past master in tho United States. Members of this lodgo expected ti attend tho funeral in a body, but tho extreme cold prevented the plans being consu mated. He was always a strong advothe temperance cause cate of and any 'movement that would tend to help tho cause along bad his moral and active support. He filloatho oflico of alderman from tho rd ward of our city several terms, and was president of tho town board one or moro terms prior to our getting a city THE BLUE FRONT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE T TO wmrzsfuy 1U BSUJVXliSt EW m & MT. VERNON PUBLIC I . "wp,C - ". WILL ON A A Friday, Marcl acres, J ne 918 00 mile east of iflt. Vernon, and known as the Miller Farm. This farm has a good residence and outbuildings, under wire fence, and well springs. Has over 800 peach and apple watered by three never-failin- g Highway and an ideal place trees, all bearing, is located on Dixie-Boofor any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising OFFER FOR SALE to the highest bidder, my farm of about 'ye SECOND TRACT, known as the old ADAMS FARM, near No. I Tunnel. About 60 acres, practically all under cultivation, well watered and fenced. deep, good bam and water. SECOND LOT on Main Street, known as Sam Davis lot. between C. C. Williams and Fritz Kruoger, '.40 feet front, running ba-- k to Old Main Street. r O I will alio sell TWO TOWN LOTS, ono on Richmond Street. 90 feel front, 235 foet I WILL ALSO SELL ONE STALLION, THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: 15i hands high and. the sire of many good colts. old Mules, broke to rork. 5 Black Horse, nino years old, . 1 1 Bay Mare, 6 yeun old, 4 years 2 Geldings, mules, old, yearling 1 Buy Mare, 2 years old, 1 1 1 REX PEAVINE.JR., ONE JACK, Black and White Points, known as tlte Tom Hrown Jack 3 30 Milch Cows, 2 2 Yearlings. Sucking Calf, 1 emi f : 4 . Jigs. Wagon, FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 1 Ttt'o-IIor-o charter. He was deeply interested in community affairs and was4,aL ways on the right side of any proposition that would be bene, ficial to tho city and tho whole community. Mr. Williams was an exemplary citizen in cvory respoct. , ho has been closely identlGed with the affairs of the city, and up to tho time of his retirement from business pursuits, took an active part in its up buildings, always advocating any measure or proposition that would be a bonorlt to Carthage or its people, and honce, was a factor of grc3t influence for ItU good and moral welfare. So long has Mr. Williams boen Public-spirited- Spring Wagon. 75 bbls. Corn. Plowr. Hill Side 1 250 Hales Hay. A fTorrnw will be at lots, will tako place on tho Miller Farm, Sale of overvthiue except lots which beginning at 10 o'cloek A. M. SALE three years, and bearing intciost third cash, balance in TERMS OF one. two andCarina and lots will bo sold ono from date. Live Stock three equal payments of will be sold on a credit of 6 months with approved surety mid bearing legal mtorest from date until paid. . nn Mowing Machine. McCormick. Disc Harrow, H.CIONES, Auctioneer. a part of the developing lifo of our city: so activo in mind and body, bearing his years with such dignity and strength, it was not easy to realize that" ho was old, that ho had walked this earth for nearly a century. Ills death brought that senso of bo- reavemont to our citizens which couios whon our town has lost one who stood for tho highest ideals in civic, moral and educational forces in tho community. Through these long years ho to never did Injury willingly W. H.'muntl,ILp VERNON, WIT. KY. anyono a wonderful record to Mrs. Charles Gamott, of Oklahave lived so long' aud so blamo homa City, were hero to attend the funiral The Curthuge lessly. services wero Tho funoral held at the resldenco Saturday CHAM BKRLAIn's TABLETS. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. In When you are troubled with spito ot tho Intense cold, Jfur indigestion or constipation, take it was 8 degrees below zero at Chamberliiu's They Tablets. that hour, unny old friuud at strengthen the stomach mid on- tended. Judge 0. J. Scofiold us- libit it to iitirform its functions sistodbytbeRev.lv. M. Smith, nutunllv. Indigestion Is ;ititortueut at Moss'ly udimipauied by constipatiou usual-officiate- u. d. Rid0 fa Stocktou, Texas, und daughter, jiug tho eoubtipated condition. JuilgoO. W. William, of l't, , .nl i',' i l m tl ,' ...i iVUts cause a yontlo tot tile bowels, reiev .ravit'l by it. Cliara- - V ggWMgfl sssBBsaBaaeamiamtmetmmm '"' Or DELINQUENTS REPORTED TO LOCAL PO- LICE AUTHORITY. Thore is lieruby certifltd td fallmvins litof the names nnd addresses of penuns who haw ba-- n duly and legally notified to filt with Uie Local Him rd the question-uairrequired b the regulations promulgated by tho Prenidont of the United States undor authority grnnfi'd by Act of Congrats, approved May IS, 1917. aud wko have failed to file sue qnettton mire: 738 ii.MIM MT.VERNON SIGNAL HkidaV, Jan. ii, 1918 iy Published cvtty EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. XM.UIXZ the raising ol inunoy for the Army Y. M. C A , and critic'.--, lug the v.orlc of the Y M '. . mid that the Athaiit could n ' have boon inistikc'i .m.iut i i made the statement. B. It. Gr.NTitv. but compensating htm for his NAMES UB3CRIPTICIS OMU YKAK j 'in Iff! t I WE J " Subscribed and sworn to b $I.O foie me this ;th day of Juuuarv. lots. Advertiting rales mie mffliintion ih knotvu en !!: MKMEKK or My 1920. I Minnik Komit.M! Mot.tr Public. .Jefferson County, Ky. commission expires Jan. 2j KENTUCKY PItKSS ASSOCIATION submit the above affidavit as my tinal word in the controversy with Itev. F M. lone The issue is clear nnd Jones no longer de feuds his position, us his las; .. J.L.. two articles will show, but seek NOTICK only to defend and put himself In us much us the unworthy right with the people. I dis deferred classification of any dained to answer hii weak sii by so much increases the idiotic article in the Signul nt liability of all other registrants, Deo 28th, which contradict' the undersigned urgently request his fnmier statements and itself person who may have us well and uses practically tlii am kno vlcdge of the wroinjfnl claim same language that I charge of niiy registrant, to advise t li him with uiing on the train Local Biurd, aid give any and all but when he in last whole's Siginformation coiicening .such re,; nal Fubmits under outu a state istrants. Any information so mom which in is evasive. I received will be held strictly confelt that I was entitled to at fidential. least the same privilege in sub Local Koakd and I mitting my stitem-n- t For the County of Rockcastle herofore closo my part of this Mt. Vernon. Ky. matter with the above affidavit ground. Pleas DeHord arrested a young There is no middle who gave Jones or I one has not only writ tut man Saturday evening, his name as Win Karl Cahill. and sp.,ken fa'sely, but hav Upon questioning this man was sworn falsely. The people can unahle to produce n registration only use their judgment as to canl. His answers to further who is guilty. I am sure ni Ci w m WML'! "L"' 'J&hl &JVJi. WSfcSkfcVSCvTv M tliat the local authorities decided inuy believe him if thev choose, partments of tho war, to all On hut beforo they nuke up their churches aud schools in his coun to hold hiii as a deserter writ issued by Perry H Miller, minds, 1 should he ghd it the ty mid could be relied on to Louisville, a will talk to pen pie who have tand by tho soldier boys at the U. S. Attorm-y- , till: at other tiuir. front in the way of better pay, TJ S. Marshal, came to Mt Ver- heard Jones nid liberal pensions for them non and apprehended Cahill and and places from the one I to and especially to where there md their relatives. took him to Louisville He stated that at a time such The larger cities hive "noMiing are as good ptople as there on on" Mt. Vernon when it comes to earth, the people of the Baptist .is this, when the very found watching out for these possible church at "Union", and judge ions of our nation are beini.' all other things should deerters, and as the government from all the circumstances who It has be made to serve the purpose advises, it. behoves every regis- has violated his oath. trant to keep his registration and been charged that I influenced of winning the war and asked if Judge Wi'.lams to enter into this we want a man in Congress from classification card. Virgil Lee Carlton, of Bloss, controversy in my behalf. 1 this District who will 'help do was nrrcsted on Tuesday last by utint to say that I have neither that, or one who will hamper Dei uty Sheriff Anglin, on instruc- seen, wiitten or spoken to Judge and hamstring and starve out tions from Local Hoard Uarlton Williams since long before the the Government and the soldier was induct ed in military service Y M. C A. campaign and had bovs who are over in Prance through the Local Board, and was 110 information that he was go- fighting our battles. to have entrained for Camp Tay ing to writo the article he did He made a strong and moving lor on Oct. 1, 1917. His failure write. appeal to the sons of men whoso I shall close what 1 have to fore fa 'hers (ought thru the Revo to appeir or make any attempt to communicate with the Local say wiih this article, regardless lutionary living on potatoes and Board, in explanation of his fail of wliut Joues or his friends may olng baiefooted to win our lib do or say and when Brother erttes for us to put in Congress ure to appear, made him deserter from the military ser- Jones re.ids God's record on the from this great Republican Dis subject, he will be surprised u trict a man who was in favor of vice of the United States. Carlton at once on his arrest tind that ho was so beside him- Keeping the libenies which cost was brought before the Loial self in hjs zeal against the Y. M their fathers so much. Board, who gave Deputy Sheriff 0. A that he had sir ply forgot The Court House was crowded Anglin, tho necessary papers to ten what he really said. from start to finish, many men E R. Gentry, takeliim to Camp Taylor. This standing thru the hour and a Y. M. C. A Bldg. I53, Mr. Angliu did early Thursday ulf, in spite of tho fact that an morning. Uarlton will at once Camp Taylor, Ky. notion sale was going ou, on be inducted in military service, All tho Rockcastle boys in tho outside. and if he fnils to pass the physical Camp Taylor have been moved. The speaker has a right to examination stands a good chance E. R. Gentry would liko for teel fluttered by the rapt utten of being sentenced to a term them or their friends to send Atlanta, or some other military him their present address. Ad tion the large crowd gave him, and their frequent hearty re prison. The sooner the people of vortising spotise. And when ho told "of the Urited States tealize that we he work of the Red Cross for uie at w.ir and that all ure subject our boys in Franco there were to Militiry Li w the hotter. When few dry eyes in tho house. Wo one learns that piomiscuous talk aredict that if such speeches are ing about the President and the Monday was the first day of made ull over tin's District Judge Government in general led one January Circuit Court Ribsion's majority will run In man to a smtenco of ten years in our There was an usual largo crowd to the thousands. Atlauta, we begin to realize that A short time after Mr, Finley there is no room with us for any in town. The first gun in the emigres lad finished his speech at this but loyal citizens who are willing sional Contest in the nth. Dis- piaco on Monduv ho received the to do their duty at all times. tollowing telegram which will Sheriff Tip Langfoid mid trict was fired in this county for .xplaiii itself: Deputy Anglin ate to ho con- Judgo Robsion by Hon. Chas ,'Barlour.UI!e. ICy . of Williamsburg, Repub gratulated on their prompt and Finley, Jan ,7th, 1918. licau Chairman of the District efficient work. Such work is Hon. Chas. Finley. certainly sign that we may ex und Kx.Secretary of State of tho U. Vernon, Ky. Bradley Administration. Immense crowd in town pect through protection in our Mr. Finley first showed that viday. Could not get into Court county. ho hud been for Mr. Powers House By rising vote crowd uran with tongue, pen und poeltet book LJ-TUB PKOL'LK JUDGE mo u sly uusscd resolutions en in every race Mr. Powers had dorsing Judge Robsion as ICno WHAT GOD'S RECORD run for 2 years, but stated that v'ounty's choice for Congress. WILL SHOW IW THE ho could not be for Mr. Powers JUDGEMENT. Signed: W. C. Black. this time. Chairman." Stato of Kentucky He said he might havo been Advertisement act. County of Jefforon for Mr. Powers if he did not The Affiant. E. R. Centry, believe that the district bud fully CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH says that .each and every state paid the debt it owed Mr. Powers REMEDY. went made in the article signed und cited Mr. own Bofore using this preporatiou by him und published in the Mt. statement made on the stump, for cough a or cold you may wish Vernon Signal of Nov. 30th, tiuu no wanton the district to to know what it lias done for to statement keep him in Congress only as others. Mrs. O. Cook, 1917 in regard Macon, made by F. M. Jones is true; luuy us ue hum ucuu Kepi in prit III , writes, "I have found it that Jones' seat mate may have on to show that Mr. Poweis gives tho quickest relief of any made tho same statement but himself regarded the debt as coueh remedy I have evor used." Mrs. James A. Knott, was talking low, while Jones was paid. Mo., says "Chamtalking in a much loudor tone Mr. Finley pointed out that Chillicotbe,Cough Remedy cannot nnd that ho distinctly heard Mr. Powers has been in Con berlain's bo beat for ccughs aud colds." Jones use tin's language "I am gross for eight years, longor than H. J. Moore, Oval Pa., says "I not in favor of giving to a fund to any othor man had ever been havo been used Chamberlain's provido cigarem, gambling dens, kopt in Congress from this Dis- - Cough Remedy on soveral occas. and dance halls for tho soldiers trict and had drawn from the skins when I was suffering with That this statement was made United States something like a settled cold upon the chest and it has always Drought about while Jones was talkiug about $70,000, thus not only vindicating a cure. untni-lakeahle. i . reg-isttn- its-el- f imprisonment. He stated ns his chief obj-- c (ions to Mr. Powers that Mr I'nwtfiH Ins been wrong in the .ii'giii st ipestion cvof before In rt ue lean peopl": thosque.. 1,011 of l hi! present war. He t'rilieUed Mr. Powers for not voting one wuj or the other when ne war resolution was be tiro Congress riul aid tint nt lime when th.it m ghty question was before Confess this the greatest Republican district on earth was unrepresented bo cause Mr Powers, altlio' in Washington at the time refused to either vote for or ugiinstthe ri solutions declaring war He c tiled attention to the fact hat after war had been declared he only thiiii to be dune was to r.iise uud equip nn annv in the hurtest possible time and that Mr PnWers had voted against ho war revenue bills, without vhich an army could not be quipped, fed. clothed or armed tnd against the Sclent iiv Drift Ltw without which an army mid not be raised in time to ue if any service before Germany had beaten down England, France and Italy. He referred to the fact thai Ir Powers had taken no Libertv jor.ils, had contributed nothing o the Red Cross or to the Army "M C. A. and had voted to ux nipt his salary of $7500 00 u vear from any tax to ca"ry on ho war. He pointed out that Judge tobslon had tuken Liberty bonds. m v "I COMING SOON P r e. F r e s h. W t e. Rockcastle's Choicest Corn, 11 'V -- 4, It i Made from 719 Elijah Hurley. Cooksburg, 706 Elmer Mullins, Witherr, 691! James Burton, Brodhend. 682 Clyde Cecil Hdrer.Mt Vernon 592 Eugene P. Gentry, Splra 548 Win. M. Thompson, Willailla 511 Elmer Heath, Hrodhead. i9lo Filbeck. Jnliuotta, Bryants' Bolted Meal Years) nnd years of experience Imve taught us the art of making meal. The kind you liko Tho kind your health Within ten days this meal will be on the market . Your merchant will handle it Accept No Other. de-mau- 1 STAY hlGHT BE RIGHT BY THE BRYANT MILL Mt. Vernon KEEPING RIGHT ONT 'IIME You can do this by having MOORE J. C. JEWELER THE Watch, and Devour Repairing COok Work Guaranteed Cox Bldg. Opp. Court House Good horse. 16 For Salk: hands high, works anywhere. helping to wid'a war thousands Will sell cheap if sold at once. of miles away. It is not with us J. B PKOCTOlt. like Belgium, where tho whole Orlando,' Ky. nation heard the first German BARBGR SHOP HERE TO gun fired; where itisido of 60 STAY days all the citizens had seen Have your, hair cut lor New German soldiers aud had felt given you in a city. Call nt tne their homes burned and their old Cas Cox Barber Shop, opposite women und children murdered Miller's drug store, mid then ou But tho pleading of our GovernU. IS Mashal fj ment ucd that of our Allies is win be rig'it "get wise to the situation : real- D llz,,hat we are just behind the IrOlip Relieved III FlftSSTl MinilteS ,rpnches; feelthat the suffering "f BeIRium. France, Italv. is Ko need to doso delicate little stomach with nauseous drugs or alcoholic syrups, ours don't wait till the Germat R Panted their siege guns in pors inhaled loosen the tougn, choking concrete foundations and trained .mgmanu case ine aiiucun ureaming. nn ...- .- Vn,:,in!ll nnn,n, One application at beiltimeinsurcaasound ...V..V... w. light's steep. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. iton't wait till our cottage homes are .sluit into kindling wood and our churches crumpled into heaps of du-.- t; our women and Council of children driven in fright and panic before the ruthless horde National Defense Huns, but commence now, ........ ..nAnv,il.ln of T.. !.:.. I.!.. ... 1.. i.. k .., u.r, :.i. cut ou, out t,at terln "1 have country, wlioro ii uawn ot done my b;t" and sty '"I will peace has hovered over us for do my best". The United States years and been cherished and must wiu this war if it is won adored; where we have been lulled we must be united down to the to sleep by the hum of machin- - last man, the last dollar, the last ery manufacturing labor savings ,ndivMuBl .,acrifice. or our fate ' dev.ces ami pleasure producing w, be ,hat of Belgium. France commoaiue; wiiere uie peuceiui Qj Oppijin only broken bv monotony was m L -- 1 occasional clashes between Capi tul and Labor, or graft exposed Vjrraaea 001001 INOteS. political campaign; in star kou. for decemhkr. where tho only question of wdion. 1st grade. William Cox, Anna what and how much to eat was May Debord. having tf'C prio ; the only ques 4th grade Khtherine Welch, lion is to occupiitiui, where one Edna Pro?or- Gruce Bryanl could got tho most money for the least labor, tho shortest dav and lennie Penix. longest piy; the farmer figured 5th grade Ell Mae Sowdor, their en ps frmn poi.it of most ' Nellio Cox. production for least expense, with, . Griffin, lna 71". grade-Lil- lian nn thought of the effect on their Meadows. c immunities or countries, it can ; 8th grade fcdna Davis, Fveret not be expected of us so udd-nl- y go on a war basis and transact nil business along the line of LEAST YOU FORGET ifvmnwvimKrmMGjmvm.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and children go to the Poor House, No; because the Bible says: " He That Provideth not for his own, and especially those of his own household, is worse than an ?&tZPE' .:,. fr .('., lK?Wyf The infidel' Begin providing for your loved ones today by opening a Savings Account in the j j The First State LIVINGSTON, KY. J. C. GRirPIN, Bnk ent 11 CAPITAL 15,000 00 W. H. CO ITONGIM, Vice-Presid- J s-r- ao irt - ikt President C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier I 111 Bryant, Thomas Wallen. ner for December. Cox, Flora Annette 9M1 grade Term examinations begin next 1'itman, Rosa Gentry. Wednesday. Thero will be no 12th grade Mary Langford. honor or star roll for January hut one will be published on the Uuth Landrum. Urst terms "vork, this is a gen-orUONOH KOI.L. average of tho first 4i 1st grade Rosa Uaker. Willie months. Spivey. al POLITICS IN THE ELEVENTH ZtimzsMtTzm rnptMiti ! H Vftma ww CASTORiA For Infant and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria llUtMSVMacktatB 11 I Always Bears the Signature. (efrhUtss4HS"l!! arW'VrM'"3 of HUaraL Not iAmu AWl.f.fcUfraaarthaUKW .1 rnHnl'I MM QEXT. ay Ir Po-ver- a B"ssssssri fT SUE' 1 .V 4f f..fnf.lIDnttoYfcr tMatttotteffftoa'gy7' LOSS OF Use For Over 2nd grade Irvine Harper, Myrtle Condor, Mamie Bryant. 3rd grade Lucille Albright, Murguerite Merrick, Gladys Ping. Charles Spivey. 4th grade 5th grade. Bessie ttenner. Qth grade Marguerite Bryant, Cecil Furgerson, Alvin Giiffln, Geneva Cox, Lillian Cox, 7th grade Iteca Kystnger, Zula Wallen, J&cic Crawford, Lillian Fields. 8th grade Hazel Parrett, Ver non Cox, Loreue Mullins, Fuye e McClure. bertha Debord, Cummins, Tevis Bethurum. cjth Rrdo Ruby Cooper, Julia Lauiliiuu, Tulla Owens, bob Fields, Claudo McHargue, Myrtle Hamlin, Wilburn Miller, Dessie Niceley, Bonnlo Niceley. loth grade Addle Smith, Arthur Cooper, Willie King, Marion Kincuid. nth j;rad- o- Maggie Livesay, Julian Miller. l, lath grade Vorna Welch Sidney Crawford, Onio SilMay-bellFin-zel- Livingston Graded School. VOURTlt MONTH. Owing to bad weather the at teudanco for the last part of the forth month was low, especially in the lower grades. We have had but few out on account of sickness until this week. Many aro now out with mumps, otherwise school is very wvll indeed. Smallpox in many adjoining counties with a few cases in this county causei much anxiety. A few cases of smallpox In any of our tiwus would certainly destroy tho schools for the remainder of tho term. So, it seems, that wo should spare no pains to protect our schools against this disease. UONOU R0I.L. F.lbort Jones, Mario Rarabo, Furman Jones, Ellm Wobb, Bertha Summers. High School Sixth grade. fifth grade. vers. Several students have already KE om&! fi.lMnffll!MH rV'fW tkxi DHL'' NTvyonfe Thirty Years r;:.6i ScM VLxfX Copy RlKJW CASTORIA of Wrapper. come in from the rural schools, we are expecting a good many more in about the 2lst of this month. At this time the revlow class will be organized as will STAlt ROLL. also be be a now first year high Fifth grade. Grace Hue, Elizaschool class. We hope all who beth Hue. are expecting to take either "of theso courses will come in as uear this dute as possible. FOR FLETCHER'S The high school won the ban I George Jenkins, Willio McCor- mick, Ida Clark. Fourth grade. Fannie Eades. Third grado. Georeo Omarv. Charles McCortnick. Second grade. Buolah Black, Pearl Stallsworth, Lorotta Pickett. Caston Jones,. f ' &j Children Oxf CA8.TjQ.lt. A Vv , 1 ISSN JjntufElsge1"1' h Louis Fowler, Uarvo Bowman, CIRCUIT COURT. O'llryaii Ovorall for father and W. M. Alcorn the boys at Fish's. The January term of the PETIT JURY. Circuit Court convened Mt. Vkunon Kv, Jan. n, 1918 Buy W. S. S, If oti do not Beth- PANEL NO 1: P.Francisco, Nick know what this Is ask your .Post- Monday with Judgo B. J. up "N. 79" witon TT( urum on tho bench. Court was Vanhook, Jas Head, P. h Mc- "7Q I JJ wrnil tnOmmunl L J master. an wltti HONAt opened with prayer by Rev. II. Ferron, Sam Parrott, Jacob ElYou can't beat the United T.Young of tho Christian Church. der, John Grlder, J. W. Klrby, Slates Tire. Judge Bethurum delivered a rath- T. B. Chandler, Logan Sowdcr, Bryant Garage. er lengthy and Impressive chargo Jim Brown, Jason Robinson. The two year old child of M r. to the Grand Jury. The one panel NO.2: Robt. Brown, Neal and Mrs. Virgil Hunt died last thing in particular which was Parrett. W. M. Scott, Cephas was Dorn, Henry Tumor, W.N.Riggs, night "of diptheria and will bo new and rather striking, lUltVIUt A NssMVillt R.II.C. his chargo relatlvo to disloyal Lloyd Owens, E. Bullock, B. A. buried at Maretburg todny. TIME TABLE. citizens It was strango in that Riddle, Larkin Abney, H. L. 22 uorta 5.21 p m MoNitv to loan:- Two thousand such a charge would bo necessa- Ponder, Joe Doan. 24 north 3m5 a m dollars ($2,000) to loan on real ry in a country like this and KE3HRVE JURY. 23 fouth mil a m estate. nmong peoplo who live and en- G. M. Sigmon, Jack Ballingor, J. A Cartkk, 12:18 a m 21 douth joy tho freedom anl protection R. B. Shepherd, John Niceley, Beicn, Ky. of this country. But we have Frank Morgan Steve Reams. Landkum, Agent. R. P. D 2. J as. tile disloyal witli us, some from Phone No. 8. Water-pro- of The following Commonwealth W. T. Davis, who bought a political aud religious prejudices, cases have been tried: Bill BakKntertd t the Mt Vernon, Kjr. I'otofic farm and has moved out of the mull matter. some for other reasons and some i ii district, and J. T. Pennington, from simply pure cussedness er, breach of the peace $25; Bell who on last Monday bocame und nothing else. Common- Laswell plead guilty to a charge P EIISO& A I of breuch of the peace and was Ball-Ba- nd Police Judgo of Mt, Vernon, Mrs. Georgia McCluro is visit-lu- havn both resigned as trustees wealth's Attorney W. N. Fiippin lined 5; Llnie Southard is at his post of duty ably taking Mr- -. J. T. Meadows. fined $50; Robt. Norton of the Graded School and W. H. many other things you need to stand the rough cold weather care of the states interest. Judgo urquitted on a charge of carry Mrs. Matilda Cox lias been Fish and R. L McPerron were Fiippin is a strong prosecutor ing concealed weapons; Hobart very sick during the week. elected to fill tho unoxpie?d term and as such the law breakers aro Other Harper is home from or rather servo until the next learning to fear him nnd tho law McCluro was fined in seven cases for selling and having whiskey regular election in May, when abiding citizens Cincinnati for a few days. to appreciate his in his possession for sale. His there will bo four trustees to earnest efforts After the Mr. W. 11. Moore is very sick linos amount to nearly $800 and with pneumonia ut his hume on elect. of the juries court ad- - his jail sentence about 300 to Adams Street. A Cakd of Thanks: We wish to jorncd to give way to Hon. Chas. 4oo days. Hobart will evidently Grant Mulltni arrived from express our heartfelt thanks and Fiuloy, who was billed to speak be ready to quit when he gets Cauip Shelby Sunday night to appreciation to tho friends, rela- at o'clock in the interest of through with this deal. W. M. attend his mother's funeral. tives and neighbors for their un- Judgn J. M. Robsion, candi Mullins breach of the peace ac f Miss l;an Sparks wus at homo tiring assistance and comfort so date for Congress, a more com quitted; John Pitman shooting from Conservatory, Louisville, ciieerfully givon us durirg tho plete account of which appear- in public highway fined 50; of the week. illness Land .death of, our dear, elsewhere in this issue. for few days-firJim Spain Doan fined $50 for Tho following is a list of those "selling liquor, and $25 and 10 Mrs. U. J. Bethurum canii over mother. Especially do wo want days in jail on breach of tho with the Judge to be with rela- to thank Bro Young lor his ser- selected as jurors: ' GltAXD JUUY. tives while ho is hero holding vices and words of comfort. peace charge; Luther Manus for H. J. Mui.uns court. Josh Ball, Chas. Bond, Isaac selling Malt Mead, a boaveragc, AND CIIIL.DKRN 11M Dninau Pinlinr.l line hnnn vorv NaWMPWMMKfWMPSaMMMa Hyiiodr Hamp quitted on a chargo of selling v.eek witn sicli durinir tho oast Mrs. H. J. Mullins, age 67 Slushnr, H C. Gentry, iheuuiatiiin which started in his years died Ftiday at her home Mizo John French, R. H. Hines, liquor. The case against Frank big toe. on Richmond street, after an illCox, charged with murder in tho to express our great appreciaduty better stand our Kalph Griffin who is attending ness lasting more than a month. killing of Jim Sutton was con tion for the kindness you have and gives us sacred real delight In stay. us, and also for the shown business cjllege at Uerea writes Mrs. Mullins hr,d been in pior tinued until the next term on "thoughtful" way in which you ing through the hardships which bitekthat heisvory much pleased health for jears and on loriner account of the cold weather, remembered "your boys". And will mean so much to the future occasions had, had attacks which with his work. which would make it almost im- let us say right here, that yon happiness of our loyal friends at Mrs. Rico Havyrly, who was seemed almost a miracle that possible for many of the wit- certainly struck the "right spot " home. Denny. 1023 Park Catarrh Mr. William E. when you sent that delightful to You have sent Old Santa right Miss Ora Hansel, is hero from she could over come. She was a Ave.. Springfield, Ohio, writes: nesses to attend court. us in our lonesome land, the "I And Kreat pleasure in writing For Years box of "eats", for nothing could Ind., with her sister, sufferer of that treacherous and you and thanking you fop what same as ho has always come to be appreciated more. You know I fenn'ul disease, hcait trouble, and has already dono for me. iNirs. Sam Fields. The following article has been we doh't get very much home us, and it would bo useless to Can Now have been troubled with catarrh for you S. F. Bowman returned from those who stood by her bedsido years, and It had affected my head, Eat and received from tho Rockcastle cooked "eats", aud when thev try and explain how happy from have made these many boys can appreciate the suffering' nose, throat and stomach, that I Camp Shelby Sunday morning. boys at Camp Shelby showing do come to us its one of the home. could not eat nor sleep with any sat- Sleep that can His son, Dwight, will be di- which she endured. Tho de isfaction. Trusting that we mnv ntwnvs their appreciation ot the boxes greatest eventscamp life. happen in our simple "I have. Just taken ,three bottles. I To My on ac ceased was'.a devout member of b2jsQt;thyof Jbejconfidenceand..i scharged from the Hrmy of ChristmasJ."eates" sent .tben anything and am greatly .to try mo 'v.nn:ni9DiC(nzicil- - or W41IUII can est most relieved (if nervousness, so that whan about Dec. 20th, by tle good and be satisfied away 'down here, lovo you sent us. she had been a member for over I lis down I can sleep without the Satisfaction We beg to remiin, women of the county: y Willie Cummins, son of John I recommend away from loved ones, and es to all least Very gratefully yours, Fifty years and three those trouble. sufferers of thatit dread53 yens objeot illiquid rpedi- Those who who aro Cummins of the Quail section, Camp Shelby, Miss pechlly around the holidays, but The bojs from Rockcastle can procure renma; laoins. disease, catarrh." oines weeks ago the deceased became ful when we know our friends and County. who has been a Detroit Police December 30, 1917. tho l.ndo of Mr. H. J. Mullins, loved ones at home are thinkBy Ci.yde Baker. man for three years has resigned to the good ladihs op .1 ' ing of us always, and praying and to this union was bom eight home for awhilo. at.d is now at Rockcastle County: for our safety, it is so much It is now Judgo Mullins and children six of whom are still Dr. iV. II. Joyner was down living viz; .Mis. U. G. Baker. W. It is very harcl for us to try easier; it really makes us under Sheriff Langford if you please. from JKast Uernstndt yesterday. M., Prank, Edgar, Chi is, and The doctor is doing well in Laur Grant Mullins. One sou died el Riid his Rockcastle friends will when verv young and the oldest KY. be glad to hear of his succos. daughter, Mr.-.- . J. J. Lawrence Second Tervn Opens January 2. 19t - Ray McFerron, 'the youngest died some three or four years son of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Mc ago. Funeral ser vices conKerron, started to school one ducted from the home Monday FIVE SCHOOLS ARE- - MAINTAINED : morning tho lust of last week and momini; bv Rev. H. T. Young tho next thing heard of Ray, ho and interment took place in I. MODEL SCHOOL Work coverfcttfirst ' was with his .brothor John, at lilmwood Cemetery. To the aged Thorough traininc for High Sfhool. ' , eight grades. Provides i'Hactick teaching for Normal students. Wildwoo:!, Fla. husband and children we join LOCAL with friends in sympathy in tho II. HIGH SCHOOL College prepajfcioiy onfl mnn t?n,nl VWlAIOf. fit... )JiaUUaK3 n'rlMi.tAJ '' irrep.iirable loss of companion wV(yWUI ..ca.? WUi nnurlimfnE' & Marks 'it all leading colleges without examination.hl4U4fckUU Get a Hart, Schaffner to and mother. r,v Suit at Fish'sJ III. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Piauo. violiaall A numbor of the hdies of the Mr. Bon H Parrett and Miss stringed instruments), voice, public sckool music, Red Cross, spent tho entire day, Jessie Heath wore married all wind instruments, etc, taught. A large band, Tuesday and Wednesday, at Red an orchestra, glee club, etc , maintained. at Sloghouso, California. J' -- I groom ia a Rockcastle boj, Cross headquarters making hos Tht SCHOOL OF BUSINESS IV. Bookkeeping, pital gaimcnts for the soldier a son of Mr. and Mrs. Noal Par shorthand, typewriting, and all allied suhlecu boys. They took their lunches, rett. who has been in tho west many of them, and taught. Special courses proparing for Govern-mewas thoro ' positions. about fivu years and inudo good. really but little talking and lots Tho bride is a California girl. NORMAL SCHOOL Courses .prepnringvfor of good work. They have cloth They will reside in tho Golden County and St to Certificates and for a State to make 100 suits and it is arState. Bon's many friends in Diploma Students may enter at any time hut the late residence of the deceased, offer for Sale to the highest bidder, ranged to sew Tuosdav, Wednea the sooner the hotter. Rockcastle wish them much hapf day and Thursday of next week the following property: piness. For full information, rates etc., writoi ' An one desiring to help, be at THE PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY, Ed. Walton, editor ol the I. J. Red Cross headquariors by nine was hero Monday. Tnis ' Ed's o'clock next Tuesday morning first trip for some 'eight or uiue witli your sewing outfit. The years, coming as tho I. J. man. ladies who worked this week and Monday was tho day for the A PUBLIC CHALLENGE. There have been many changes deservo special mention are: annual meeting nnd,e!ection of Whereas," Many good people aince hi last visit, many new Mesdames, M. Ponniugton, W. T. officers of tho Peoples Dank. have asked that this newspaper All under fence, practically all under cultivation, located in faces and manv old ones gone. Crawford, J.P.Griffin, J. Fish, W. They met Jbut on account of arc still J. Spirks, R. A. Sparks, S F. strife cease, and on my part the death of Mrs. Mullins, CirHut with all this there on waters of Crooked Creek, part give consent, and challenge cuit Court, Mr. Finley speaking many who know well and ad mi 10 Bowman, C. C. D?vis, Floyd my friend E. R. Geutry or any post office, about miles from Ed Walton, for whom thtio is B. J. Bethurum, Meshnc one else with nerve enough to ac- and other things, the meeting adjorncd to meet again' next lway a cordial wolcomo in Gentry. J. C. Moore, W. H. cept to a public joint debate. Monday. Tho only business Mare and Colt; Fish, E. S. Albright, W. A. transacted was to declare a 6 por Resovle, First that I have cent dividend. Cashier ThompThe record of thoCouutyJudgo's Cox, Mary Williams, Cleo Brawn Hogs, never opposed any. good thing son roported 20 por fcent made, offict for several years past shows and Lizzie Cress, and Misses Anna Milch Cow, done by tho Y. M. C A., hut which is certainly splendid that all has not been going well Bolle Stowart, Rissio Williams showing. t There is have praised them for all good McCluro. Oa and Amy Proctor. ' Heiler, with old "Cull, Sam things done. Wo need tho Corn-Yo- n need last Monday, Judge Cam Mullln' plenty room aud no matter how Some chickens and Ducks, the Y. sjf firt ofllclal act was to scud "Cull" cold tho day, tho room will bo M.Resolve, Second that cigarette tho Ford. 0. A. does allow is no ex Thoro Bryant Garage. bundles 75 bu. Corn, to tail, for being drunk. Judgo comfortablo. G. M. Ballard remembered that cuso if you want to help. If smoking, as well as houso and Wanted:-- A poworTcbrn shell- bundles Fodder, some Corn and Fodder in field. J, four years ago bis first act was to many new ones come, more protect, card tables, pool rooms, er. movies, ect. turn Cull over to Jailer Winetetd, machines will bo needed. If you The Bryant Mill. Resolve, Third tht cigarette nnd Judco Lewis not being so have a machine that can be us'od positive investigated the record report to Red Cross headquart- smoking is a waste of money, i&tX&a&x. cash in hand, over : six months : and found that sixteen years ago, ers. If tho Old Kaiser could nerve, brains and health, and C, he became Judgo that his have teen that noblo bunch of that all waste is unpatriotic and when time with approved surety, bearing legal interest. Just act was to take Cull in and women working those two days, in favor of the Germans. MT VEBNON.KY, he no doubt would liavo oponed M. Jones will affirm, B. R. F. make a guest of him for Jailer OFFICE.- - Onacd.floorofj With all these his hardened vision to tho fact Gentry may deny. Jacicey Parsons uank of Mt. Vernon, on? F. M. Jones. Church St. Special atten- facts before us, we are convinced that Uncle Sam, not only lias the Adv. uon given collections. that things have been just a little nephews but the nieces as well 'l'NONB 8n f"W "bright aud gloomy ' for Cull for to give him nil tho backing needed 'Irado your corn to a .Kord at to win this war, at the Bryaut Garage, .several years. MT. VLRNON SIGNAL Rook-castl- o -- Prepared Or Not n Prepared that has to be answered by the man that has to be out these cold winter days This is a great question Mcond-ciM- g nuis-sanc- e, We have a good line of Heavy Winter Sox, Coats, Com Heavy Overcoats, fortable and Warm Sweaters, Good and Dry Rubbers, Heavy Shoes, Raincoats, that & Come and See Us and We Will Do You Good 1 MjjjBiw sssf - 11 st &e,---l?lt'fitivs: THE CASH STORE Could Not Eat or Sleep Made Well By PERUNA Pe-ru- Tts 1 " BENNETT MEit0i LONDON, J w.-r- e PUBIC SALE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE '- AS ESTATE OF Dec-22n- d, MARY S. ALLEN, DECEASED WILL ON -- $ ut Tuesday, Jan. 22, 1918 l Form of About 3 At forty Acres, SINGLETON VALLEY, Mil-lo- r, Withers Rock-caitl- o. 2 ,f 4 About 000 500 Oats, ATTOKNKY-AT'LA- C.Williams iixkx HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN GOODS. $5 00 $5.00 l TERMS OF SALE 1 rC$XXC9ri !P. 1?. Singleton ADMINISTRATOR. M mM if . Every Om of Them Said "We'll DepositOur Money with the DAY BY DAY tin; pioduotittn of ear by tliu Rird Motor Co. i being diminished. At best it will b only a rv few mouths until practical ly no Ford cars will boon this market. Tliu Ford Motor Co. Um olligal'il itself to the ioorniii'iit to furnish parts for ncroplaiices .'inil sub' murines and eneh (My they nto increasing their prod a i. tKCSivirily reducing the produo. tion of these" parts lion of cars. 252 '3& HH M. EL. This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. glgg3STIffiZagnggZmXU::i;i. Mo., is here visiting relatives this week Mis. Sarah Hall has returned from a few thy- - visit with her son, Win Odell, 111 Viiginia Mrs G S. Griflin, was in I.'iiiiini', Sunday, visiting relatives. V W. Oakley, round house foreman hero, will move his fnmilv to Ha Ho has n better povenna, ICy sition thoto than here and gots more money, but wo diiilte very much to give them up. for they have made tnnn.y friends while in our midst. What we loe will fain A Mr.' Cold will a All other cars have advanced in price at Piaitioally everything elso on tin Amurit'iiii $100. Market Ikh doubled in value, i'ot in spite of the.--e fueta the Ford Car has not advatio d. The Fold is not merely a liiMiry it is a positive ; the tpiiekest, cheapest and niM'e-simiwt eonvouiont means of travel known to man. It is not a iietion of extravagant!.' but a question of strict economy. ty "Watch Us Grow IZXZSXZZSNZZXE 77 3 tin. of 2x3: 8 If vou 'ive us vour order now. we can ret vou a ear If you wait we cam.ot. For our mutual benelit ACT NOW. THE BRYANT GARAGE Mt. Vernon, Ky. JONAS fvlcKENZlE A The Old Reliable Ge" n eTa 1 .y7tV7-n.T- TVi 1 s'uceeeuVHFTWtrToy" DliU) SUNii.VY G6OD LINE OF Nioiit -- The 6th, w Handy Kitchen Utensils tliat nvo time and labor aud do the werk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware. We haveeverything for kitchen use in the line of I'ots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery, lirushes, Knives, MeutChop-purs- , etc., and n good many little articles that we uro showing ure recently intro duccd novelties that should be In your homo. I CURED AT A COST OF 35 CENTS 'Eight years ago when wo first mowd Jto Mattoon, I was a urcat sufferer troin indigestion and constipation, "writes Mrs Robert Allison. Mattoon, 111. "I had frequent headaches and dizr.v spells, and there w.is a fteling like .heavy weight, pressing on tin stomach and chest all the time. I felt miseralile. Every uurcl of fo d distressed mo. I could mil rest at mglu and felt tired and worn out all the time. One bott'eof Chntnb rutin's Tab-let- s c mod me and I have since felt like a different person." at. Hond, Ky., Mr. D..11 Griffin, age about 45 years. He contracted pneumonia a few days ni;o and the end came Sunday night Just three weeks ago his wifodicd. He leaves five children, two ate married and three single, besides rein, tivrs and a host of friends to mourn his loss He was buried by the Junior Order, of which he was a member. His remains W M. Preston, of Raveina, has Were laid to rest in tho family returned homo .ullep iu; d.iy. burying ground at, Caloway .to visit with her slater Mrs. R O. nwait the call of his master. The Webb Mafittir Homer Hansel bereaved children have tho symund' little Mstr, have returned pathy of all. from vtt. Vernon, ntiur a few days' visit with relatives. Junius ;:; Mer chandise Farm Implements I g YXV i t TV l 8 :jpjpcjic3pcx$r ' . xc&x3fc:$:& 3AfWILLB OWSMS I I UNDERTAKER lrodhead ! - .. ..,." Ky w-rtMriWiWl COM II. 0ens, who has been vcryi.uk for some time, is some better. Snow, snow, .now. Blame our buttons, if it isn't the coldest time wo ever saw. We would bo jjlad to see old "Haniier" shine out CASTOR! A Fer Infant and Children tbt PLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail Telegraph or Tele (5 7 $: fifAii v .vv.ri-s..v'!9v.jiri- CTft 0 ,, , Alwayt bean Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years pbone'. orders Promptly Filled -A- t&c LIVINGSTON We thought that our old friend Robins, after taki- a back sent and hoisting tho white Hag and begging for quarters, would be quiet, but to the contrary, we see we will have to put the tinishinu touch on him. Wo have refrained from this for wo did not wish to show him up in his true light and wo did not visli to make a public example of him. He refers us to Anunius and his wife. Sapphirs. We are well acquainted with that passage of scripture and there is also one spoken of in the bible which ho represents and that is Thomas, doubting Thomas, so wo will give him an itemized account of the Liberty Ilonds purchased horo, which is as follows : Rflt. Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON teachers in literary department, SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Eight well-traine- Daily Derotionnl Exorcues iu each room. H Freo tuition to county graduates and teachers doing High School work. Good hoard can be secured day aud up. . Real "School Spirit." Band, Chorus work. Literary S o c i e ti a s . High i d o a s 1 Moral town. . at 50 cents per 21, 1918. Second Term Begins Jan. I Nr other Information, write, D. H. LYON. Pibidpal. mmmmmmmmgmmmmgmxmsmjmmtmmmmmmmmm .4 fitkli?' ,!' Jibuti aiartr:- t. iw ltl-'i.- iiwHiUii ;iJ 'M5MrW -i- "-' '''"" ". l, ;' .i i i '.:.' '.'J', y, ''Jr" ' k ji '. ', p J Cj. di-- r - L QUICK CURE FOR CROUP. Watch for the JGrst symptom, hoarseuess and givo Chamber. Iain's Cough Remedy at ouco. It is nrotnnt and effectual. Purchased throuyh the First State Bunk at Liviugstou, $2,500; Through tho L. & N R. R. Co., T. C. Welch, $500; W. M. Fullas. There is more Catarrh in this $500; S. A. Roberts, $500; J. H. Ktrkland, $300; J.O. Harris.fcjoo. section of tho country than all S C. Carter, $300; W. A. Warren, other diseases put together, and $200; Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Manford for years it was supposed to bo Doctors prescribed purchased $1,000 through their incurable. bank, and Dr. W. T. Amyr, $100. local remedies, and by. constantly ., . . We will elve our friend othorl"uinE w curo ." '?cai u muuruuiu. names and amounts when wo can uiunc, iirouuuuuuu Catarrh is a local disease, greatly got to the parties, so wo hope this influenced by constitutional con will suffice so far as we have gone ditions aud therefore requires to romovo at least a par of the Con8tilutional treatment. Hall's doubt from Thomas' mindrTheCatarrhMcdlcin0( manufacturod reason we have been for the b p j Cheney & c Toed past two weeks aud no letter from lQhl ,8 reruedy, ft cotumi.nai Livingston was, our bettor half , , uk(m nternally and acts thru has been quite slc, but is much th(J B,ood oa ,h0 Mucous Surfaces .mpoveu at present, we, our-- . 0,;tho SysteWi 0tJC Uundrod sn limvotcuuil llic BlUU. 113(1, UUb Dollars roward is offered for any glad to say wo ure up now and case that Hall's Catarrh ready to raise sand with the fails to curo. Sond for cirBrodhead man aud J. M. J. P. K. culars and testimonals. P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Drummond, who has been in tho hospital at London for some time, Ohio. by Druggists, Sold 73. has improvod so much that ho Hall's Family Pills for will return iu a few days. Mrs. pretty and warm, the clouds pass over and tho trees ha, to put on a now drcs. and old mother earth with a green carpet, aud birds I egin to warble sweet songs. Then Wb could sav of a truth, Oh, how sweat are thy works of laturr. - Vlrs II. I) Smith, of Ravi una has joined her husband here, and thny navo taken nom at C. 1. Rice's, and Liter will go to housekeeping. S C Franklin, watch inspector, was in our town Tuesday. Uncle Sidney claims we ure tning to ut something on our old hieiul Uuivt fiMtu h in but in this he is sa.tl.v inistukeu, for we have to wntelt him witli one eye aud John Kobins with tho other, and with our other duties, it keeps us about straight. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. R.unbo and son, Willie, were called to Rowland a few days ago, on the account of tliu death of a little child of his Miss brother, Clarence Ramlio Ella Mao Blauford, is visiting relatives in Louisuille this week I. V. Catlin attended court nt Bill Grif- Mt. Vernon, Monday. 5DfCl33d H I I lM V If iH EM A r U a H mi Is m Bl w W III m W I 1A XI. Mi 111 B9 Bt7 "HIP S EM Wi! On Saturday, 1918 At my home on Richmond Street, offer for Sale the following personal Jenrv I, : property ..l l?" 2 Milch Cowsr 3 Hogs, A lot of Farming Tools, 60 to 75 bu. Irish Potatoes, 140 to 150 cans of Fruit, My household & kitchen furniture Many other small items which I shall not attempt to list. TERMS OF SALE: $5.00 and under cash in hand, over $5.00 six months time with approved surety, bearing legal interest. Medi-cin- e H.J. H. C. JONES, AUCTIONEER ins K ""T