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Mount Vernon signal: February 1, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918020101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 1, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY HH1 HetftiTtt y 'w r ' ' s-- a F- ii - ESTABLISHFB 1887 vy Ban v Ma ' lift VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, bis brothers went there Tuesday - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, . EM. I s: nirht. On account of a verv paiuC. H. Frith, of Brodhpad, was ful finger, we were unable to write in our town Tuesday. S E. Hel last week and therefore had re iard. of Mt Vern.n, was here be--I letter in the Signal We failed Dr. Pen-- ' to see anything trom Brodhead. t ween trains, Monday niugton, of London, w as here Sun- - Wonder if he had a sore fing. r day to see Mrs Jim Jones, who too. or perhaps he has obtained a to Mrs. Jelm railroad jruide and was tryi-ihas been very sick Berea, visited Mrs G. bead us off in the i'.end Issue. He Mulhns, of claimed W were taking in the D. Cook, Sunday and Monday. th-- .t L H Davis Bir 4: the L H.&St L and oth-ha- s We understand nnrchased Le Mullns' stock ers to prove thenuiount we nam d of goods, and MuUins will retire We will sav in the outset, if we Irein the goods business Mrs. find any roads that our people for bonds J. D. Catln an.l daughter, of have subscribed and through, even though it be the Lebanon, were visiting Mr. Mrs I W. (atlin, Sunday. Mr. Nickle Plate, the Cotton Belt, or and Mrs. Fred Biker, of Mt Ver- the Texas and Pacific, we will non, visited Mrs Baker's father, mention it So my friend don't We know you do C C. get worried. Daniel P. nder, Sunday. Davis et Mt. Vernon, was here Sun- Mt like the dope we are giving day for a few hours What has you but the doctor says take it We hnve received a letter from me of the Boone Way man ? Haven't seen anythtrg of him for Jarve Cook, of Wallin Creek, Ky , quite a while. Drop us a line and he stvs he is in favor of the Mrs. S. K Hcllard, of Mt. people sticking to what they J. M Vernon, was in our town latter promised to do for Col. James part of last week. Mrs G T. Hel-lar- d Miret that is buying a car and visited relatives in Mt. Ver-no- making the Colonel a present of btter partof last week. Mr. it. He says after he has worked ami Mrs. J. W. BiggiM have re- without ceasing for years to get turned from a weeks visit with the Boone Way on the map, and relatives at Pifctsburg Mrs. W. now that the road is almost comM Falias and children hav- - re pleted, he thinks now is the time g j u LIVINGSTON EARLY HISTORY OF KENTUCKY Section of the tirst Article of the Constitution of the United States which "That no tstate shall paas any law impairing the obligation of contracts.'' It was attacked in the celebrated case of Blair, etc.. vs. Williams in which Judge Boyle, Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, later SB FEBRUAKY 1. 1918 NUMBM !BPII em HI 1 TBI nwig .1 '"P - u JIBISS - - PLIED Interesting Paper Read At the Meeting et the Circuit Judges. BY JTDGE rendered the opinion, which may he found in Fourth Litlell, page 34. That opinion discloses that on the 12th day of November, 1819, Blair, Ingles, and barr executed their joint promissory note to Williams for debt, payable sixty days after date. The money not being paid when it came due, Williams, some time thereafter, brought suit upon the note in the Bourbon Circuit Court, and recovered judgment for the amount of the Thrift ws If Win he War vj B.J. BETHURXM The following interesting paper by Judge B J. Bethurum, of Somerset, dealing with a time in history when the State was in turmoil over an act of the Legislature extending the time for stay of collection by replevin from one to two years, was read by Judge Bethurum at a meeting of Circuit Judges of the State held recently in Louisville. Ken-tuck's turned from Louisville, after a few days' visit with relatives. Mis. Rbt ftlattfaflj and children, of Coving- n, are vis ting relatives - here 'his week. has munps and A Leslie Rambo i quite sick. Mis- Cook, of Jellico, is vis i:iig her cousin, MissLyda Cook. CM Griffin has moved hisfam ii oaek to our town J. M. Fen-w.'l- l ha been quite sick for a few days, but at present he is able to le at his post. -- We believe, when congress gels through with the 'Boose" question, we will nave booseless uays Judge I W Be thurum, of Mt. Vemer., was here Dr between trains, Tuesday and Mrs. R. G. Wtbb, ware called tne right to interfere after the people, through their representatives, had said what they desired. So intense was the bitterness prevailing at the time that there were open threats of violence in the event the decision should be adverse B mf B H HV to the popular will. Xhs opinion of the court in Blair, etc.. vs. ihiauiS was til interested in court precedure, delivered on the 8th day of October, e 1823, nd the past history of the same and the other cases involving the question were decided October ll, State. three days later. I $ In order that the cause of this Bedlam In Kentucky. most unfortunate judicial tangle As soon as the higher sourt passed upa few days ago to Burning Springs may be fully understood, it will on the question ledlam broke loose in Clay County, on account of the DREADFUL COUGH CURED be necessary, before entering in Kentucky. The adherents f the relief party were thrown into a violent rage A severe co'd is often followed to the dtath of the Drs father Ever proper, to re and with the tongue of slander they deof bidder, ett Mulhus, of Mt. Vernon, was by a rough cough lor which view briefly the financial and po nounced the Judges as tyrants, who had Cough Remedy litical history of Kentucky prior wickedly substituted their own will for Chamberlain's bere between traius, Monday. the will f the people, and denied the Miller 1 of Rockcastle River has been out of has proveu especially valuable to and at the time the controversy majority the right to rule. The Judges were publicly denounced from the stump well fence, its oanks, and Tuesday it beg:n Mrs. F W. Olsen, Marwille. are e. residence and through the press, and while this Mo., writes: "Abcut two years. waa being done. Judge Bibb, who repreto look like would rtach the dan. ago my little boy, Jean, caught a! in me years or ibk-i- s, tne relief side of the Blair vs. never-failin- g ger stage. It put the L 61 N. severe cold and cougued dreadfu people of the State found them sented tlie filed a petition for rehearing. Williams, Dixie-Soon- e ideal place pump out of commission and sev ly for days. I tried a number cf selves face to face with grave Hut the fact that no rehearing was grantis located all ed and the judgment allowed to stand is eral families had to moove out of cough medicines but nothing dici financial embarrassment. In fact a silent memorial to the courage, the until I gave him he Suie Uself was F. W Oakley, of him any good their houses. and honesty and Iha high purposes of the . Chamberlains C O'lfch Remedv. that Ravenna, was in to visit his fam It relieved his cough right away staggering under a heavy load men who graced period great tribunal in of our judicial this important ily Tuesday. He will move them and before he had finished tak- - of indebtedness, which it had ana political nistory. old But before the petition for rehearing to Ravenna in a few days Mrs. ing one bottle he was cured I unwisely assumed. These was passed upon and while it was yet all J it jusl fine for children. ditions resulted from au unfor pending, the legislative session of the David Smith has been qaite siek 1823 convened and this question of fenced but is better at this writing. tunate inflation of the paper cur- fall takes up. Inilamatory resolutions well was were introduced ' in the Legislature, in Ella Mae Blanford who has rency in use at that time, and Miss w hich after twenty-sis- : pages reet. 90 feet front, 285 feet 1 will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, on. on Richmond from unwise banking legislation preamble, the Legislature moe tof caustic been quite sick of measles is much solemnly SKCOND L i o;i M:iiu Street, known as Sam Davis lot. all of which tended to force the protested against the principles set forth 1pn oMMad harn and water. better. J. F E Drummond, who of the cour!. But it is bnek to Old Main Street in the opinion had the misfortune 10 get one of withdrawal of the precious met- refreshing to know that the treat ceurt, between C. C. Williams and Fritz Kraeter 0 feet front, running his legs broken, and who has als from circulation. This lur- in spite of the fact that the sword of Da was suspended a threatening ry in finances hud a depressing modes over its head in the form of pobeen in the hospital at London, menace Ky . for about two months, came effect upon business ana com- litical speeches and printed resolutions ONE STALLION. of the Legislature, on the 4th day of hoineTuesday walking on crutches merce, and in a very short while December, 18J3, overruled the petition (0 A dog bit the little child of Mr the individual citizen found him lor reneanntr Black and White Points, known as th There followed the iutroduction self confronted with disaster. In foolish and highly inappropriate of this and Mrs Ben Griffin, in the face a sire of many reso- 15 1 hands high and the Ton Brown Jack. few das ago, which caused the order to obtaiu relief as quickly lution a spirited and earnest discussion, good colts. participated in by tlie Hnn. George as possible, the people made an Robertson, the Speaker of the House, little one a great deal of suffering Milch CnV, old Mules, broke to work, but is much better now. At last earnest appeal to the Legislature, who delivered a wonderful speech, which 2 year-oldtwenty-fou- r closely printed "I Black Horse, nine years old, which promptlv responded by covered matter from which he discarded the snow has disappeared and we pages of Yearlings, "j Bay Mare, 6 years old. all passing, at the 1819-2- 0 again look on old mother earth as session, withunnecessary ornament, restrained Socking Calf, careful guard all Geldings, 4 years old. we have wanted to see her for the laws extending: the time for re- or ruetoric, in ciear tendency t flights anu pellucid lan head of Hogs, yearling mules. Vr plevy of judgment debt from guage, plain andofunadorned, he laid bare pat seven weeks. Some fellow m mm the very nerve his thought, appealing 1 Bay Mare, 2 years old, once said: "Oh, the beautiful three to twelve months, - , to show J. II. our appreciation for what he has done. He said for his part he would give $10 00 to start the ball rolling. Hurah for you Jarve Now if all will put their shoulder to the wheel and roll, it will not be long until our old friend J. M. can have a car to ride in and will not have to walk over the road that he worked so hard to help build, aud besides if there is some one we wish to honor or do a favor let's do it This would d wl'ile he lives more good that wreiths, or a tv:e monument after a man is gui . If we wish to do some one a kinr. ness lets doit while they live. ter the dean neea notning all of whom were appointed by the Governor "by and with ihe consent of the Senate. " Judjje John Boyle, Chief Justice, was appointed to the bench April 1, lb09, and became Chief Justice, March 10, The article was as follows : 1810 Judge William Owsley and Judge The subject of this address per- Benjamin Mills, the other Judges, were 1812, and the haps may not impress the jndges appointed to1S20, bench April, It now respectively. February, as being wholly appropriate for became the duty of these three eminent the to discussion on an occasion of this Judges the settle this litigation, and upeyes of whole State were faeused sort. At tirst I doubted it, but on them All three Judges were men of courage, and after maturer consideration, all ;reat ability, firmness andby the manner all this is amply attested from mv in whicn they disposed of the legal condoubt was removed mind, and now I consider the troversy, and afterward fought for and debt against Blair, Ingles anJ liarr, and, in accordance to the provisions of the act of the legislature in question entered into a recognizance in the Clerk's office for the payment of the monev at the end of two years. This re- cognizance Williams moved the court to quasn on tne anegeu grouuus uiai me aot under which it was taken wasrepug- nant both to the Federal and State Con-stitutions. Judge Clark, the learned Circuit Judge, so held and accordingly quashed the recognizance. It is a lamentable fact that for th's judicial act, this incorruptible Judge was shatnefully traduccd. The relief party promptly appealed the cae to the Court of Appfcls. That court wasthen composed of three Judges, 1 Mr. Farmer, Mrs. Housewife Mr. Dick, Tom and Harrv, Thrift is the watch- word of the day. Get in line with the Trade at Baker's Blue Front times and save monev ! SUGAR oer ib. .08c Many other Bargains in GROCERIES, FRUITS, HARDWARE, HARNESS TINWARE, CHINA WARE, Saddles, Paints. Wallpaper etc. Stirring incidents connected with fore their people. It is useless to say the "O'd and New Court Contro that the Court ofinAppeals affirmed the an opinion, aflame lower court and versy," which happened neirly with wisdom and logic, declared the act unconstitutional and void. 100 years ago, to be the most in- in question had been in The State a condition of teresting as well as the most unrest while the higher court considered this ease. thrilling, of any past events con- at that time The great popular majority favored the so called relief nected with the history of the laws, and denied the power of the courts won, a vindiealion of their position be- W. ii MY PRICES ALWAYS TH The BLUE FRONT Opposite the COURT HOUSE R Bake if LOWEST rsTa I Commonwealth, with the possible exception or those immediately associated with the Civil War. It is therefore, a theme that should appeal to everyone N i i y WILL ON vJMLL my farm dis.-ussio- Friday, Ma rch 1st, 1918 1 Farm. This At. Vernon, and known as the mile east and aid otitbuildings, under wire farm has a good springs. Has over 803 peach and apple watered by three Highway and an on trees, bearing, for any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising. acres, OFFER FOR SALE to the highest about 100 con-thin- k ADAMS FARM, near SECOND TRACT, known as the unfa cultivation, No. Tunnel. About 60 acres, practically watered and I WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: REX PEAVINE, JR., 5 ONE JACK, 3 2 s, MA m 2 4 30 -- :.' snow," but where is that fellow Closing day is being ob served b all in our little town. We oelieve everyone is willing to make any sacrifice that the Government will ask, if needs be, to help whip the Kaiser. Anything that Uncle Sam wants, the people will be there with the goods While there may be some among new? All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in. all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak Shoulders in obedience to greater pressure by a distressed people, extended the time for stay of collection by replevy from one to two years, and this applies to debts created and later, to nis iciiow memoeia to return to reason us that are half-heart- ed in this war for Democracy, it leads us to think of the prayer that was prayed many years ago: "Lord forgive them for they know not what they do." Judging from the work of the Red Cross and how our country stood by it, we should be proud of our people, but anyone that is not witling at this stage of the game to do his bit, or is a friend of the Kaiser, should be reported to the proper authorities and justice quickly meetedout to them. W. A. Rice was shot twice by 0. N Johnson, at Paris. Ky., Tuesday. Particulars not learned. Mr. and Mrs. Rice, Mrs. W.A. Rice and three of ing materials, for biscuits-ca- kes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. BAKING POWDER is the most tofmlor because it does give moat ptrftct results. It has the demand because it is the moat de pendable. The fact that it it the seller proves that it is the best. A trial will convince you that there is none just a Rood. Buy acan a you are not aatisned take it back ana get your money bade Calumet containa only such ingre dients aa have been approved officially by the U. b. rood Authorities. T os srbai W H. T on m r wWsa rsa ast iU big-nebig-Be- st CALUMET an rs QUALITY HIGHEST HIGHEST AWARDS both before and after the passage of the act. The enactment of this law great ly displeased the creditor class of Kentucky, and very soon their opposition began to crystalize in to definite form. They appealed to the courts for redress, and at the same time organized to create sentiment against the law among the masses of the people. The discussions in court and on the stump were both heated and aciimouious. The ordinary amenities among gentlemtn were forgotten, and the State was soon lashed into a fury. Politics of the old school were, for the time, brushed aside, and a new alignment formed, composed of the Relief and Anti Relief parties. Legislation ef FARMING and preserve the good name of the Wagon, 1 Two-Ho- n State. In spite of this earnest and pa1 Mowing Machine. McCorniick, triotic appeal, on the 10th dsy of Decem1 Spring Wagon, 1 Disc Harrow, ber the House of Representatives passed 75 bbls. Corn. tne resolution. 1 Hill Side Plow, The next in order was the campaign 250 Bales Hay. 1 A Harrow, for the Governorship and the entre)l of the Legislature. This was fought out Sale7of everything will take place on the Miller Farm, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. in the year of 1824 Of course, the fight between the Relief and the parties, and the issue was the reFar'ns and lots will be sold one third cash, balance in moval of the judges ef the Court of Apinrerest from date. Live Stock years, and peals by address. The people were ex- three equal payments of one, two aud three surety and bearing legal interest from dat ceedingly angry over the decision of the will be sold on a credit of 6 months with approved Court of Appeals, and they had been led to believe that the courts had acted cor- until paid. ruptly in passing on the question, so they indignantly rejected eyerv aorjeal that was made to them by the leaders of i Anti-Relief IMPLEMENTS: TERMS OF SALE fount The Relief party named for Governor Joseph Desha, and for Lieutenant Governor Robert McAfee, while the f, party put forward for Governor the statt than three day GETTING RID OF COLDS. Christopher Tompkins and for Lieutenon. ant Governor W. B. Blackburn. The and quickest way The oontest was a memorable one, the Relief 1B3DKB party winning by a large majority , and to get rid of a cold is to take STAY RIGHT the control of both houses of the Leis- - Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. latarepassod to them, thus assuring the This preparation has been in use BE RIGHT Relief party absolute BY Its value and mastery of the S ale GoTernmentPwit5 man7 V KEEPING RIGHT proven. No matter what the exception of the Court of Appeals. u"v Anti-Relie- the antl-Keli- er party. H. C. ONES, Auctioneer. w. a. Mckenzie, VERNON, EST. KY. later INDIGESTION. Take a fed doses of Chamberas directed for indigestion, and you will soon forget about yuur stomach troubles. Try it. easitt I 9ffiBB8HBaa0 lain's Tablets If, distinguished jurists declined - should go to bed and Stay in bed party attacked the pond in person, but submitted to re- It fs bet- court- until fully recovered new legislation upon the srround tht ' ouuuuea on last page.; the act violated that clause of the Tenth .terUlay in bed three days at i The anti-reli- Attacked. must be taken not to oontract a Before Bar of Senate. When the new lawmakers met they second cold before you have resummoned the judges of the Court of covered from the first one, and Appeals before the bar of the Legisla- ,g serious danger of this, ture to show they should aot there . f . iqnn office' Of course, these A man of 1?ldJdle " be remove from remedy you use, however, care ON TIME You can do this Dc by having apclxycxi L. W. MOORE J. C. JEWELER THE SETNURIM your Watoh and Clock Repairing Work Guaranteed Cox Bidg. Opp. Court House ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBRNON. BY. Will practice in all the courts. Office ea Church Street :yrt&c&xti&: MM ' L. : 'I 'J v;(. U IU! my ' 11'). i)r br 1 wn s 1 league is a tittle some respects. r siring 'hi , m .cil r caB rtlt" i.i n K1DA1 V irsem 1 u an invest - ing lud every Friday OGAit S. UPTIUM ALBRIGHT. MR VKAK UN committee, a.--. tO f. II S '" 0e nr can bccuine a la nber. No dues attaehod. It is said ''11 service leaf at is aecouiplis ia, ROBSION ADDRE! r BIG CROWD AT MANCHESTER ' "V. -- . H in dicing care; thni service is a la carte (you pay only for w'at von order) and arc pr.vio- - S?2I!!?HZT'My. 'v. I.. ; - 5i.o good results. SB nf rate? IMM a zt-n- . imputation mem:.' It will be re ailed that it "v;s vt. Vernon auto a:ir. it s ;ti who pat a great thru h gh rr xy mess assxiatton f ok ray un the map History 'eforr'.s the piaim fact, that wherever a natiie of Rockcastle is round, no natter On wliat part of th; globe !t m..? KOm thereaboti g and there' (thing doing U; always for the upbuilding and betterment of n" g 'r'' b, a noise i liaru inero or cocditicus ' I man to Con -- I grass who would aavocaie exteu Judge J. If. R)bsin candidata I sion of Federal aid for road-l"- i lie Repu ilican nomination rural mil deliveries, state and for Congres in the ll'h Con-- 1 nation wi'e p'OhiMtian, m( r gieaaonal district. soke hvre to btriuget.c immigration Uassnd the largest and stst en thai Rustic the bucking of the American soU sndienee over before asaesabied I dier boys in the Manchester coart house, Ma:i. of Mr. Powers' support Kobs-oJudge for twoles in other campaigns aanred hours, aid was frequently inter- - Jurie Kob-io- u of th ir su;p wfr ci Ov applause rupl Judir'- Robsimi was introduced lis panted out what be do by Judge R. W. House, County xcribed as tie short omiugs o: judge of Clay county. the incumbent, Caleb Powers Adv. Hehrd, January '2i. ing (Special to the Herald) Mancheser, Ey . Jan. 23 tandurgd a j - Lo'-i-vili- e This the pri es are moderate 'me is famous for the excePencel f its dining car it has o Superior, and few, if auy, equals. Passenger! from Cincinnati.! Louisville, Frankfort or Bvans ville and vicinity contemplating i trip to Florida may raaily, andl .t blight additional cost, arrange k!ieir roue to permit of a vi.--i: o the Cn i Cojkt Ticke'i In Florida routed ia Louisville &. Saab Villa ' ti thriuh Itirer Janet' n. :.l!ow privihge to too-ovat Floraaton, Alt from a hick point round trip si !e ti k "ts may be purchased to these se-vice; j vt ContnttsJjFhiL: "raakp ';'; Pgv V l ' .1 1 -- '. 5 14 For Infants ar? fhlldrem. -- isviatf' i El - oWi I m , er . !S.1L.... If imoTqers mm insi Genuine Castoria r.i ari kM ..?kl Always j stainaunqnen SsilheSttrnde K I ft Bears the Signature A A t Tbrb Tt..oi si Ufit . ..ta .- -- CketrfakiKS saf tiAerO?iara.Mcrpfli..-MineraMifeuar-i&s'ja- P&S l. XoTAncoTW of iiu.y A M re-ort- -i 1 A beaatifolly iilastrated folder '" 'J" a. .jl i iui for half d Ceo a irai . at lirodhead. Ky. Year describing; this enchanting vatra-tiojteTfasm been 1 itl diog j jke for may be obtained at the The Beautiful Gu iona of p.o- - tiu-land, hi ae after a thorougta investiga. bouS; q fetior e world Ex rjert writers on the rhoui principal ticket offices of the lion wa- considered at a meeting, " Ahe!DfuiRerBcd-ft-m II n i pa agiajmc Louisville & Nashville R K., or .vi lers ar Mil h If opm on.a.iu a ncii 01 toe C tsamission h Id this after Constipation and Dtarrnoe by addressing B D Pasav Genas da people with their little flings on thai noon, and bive much iileHSiire' :i. as and "The Riviera of America." aad Fevcrishncss coat inonweaitli in ui.o, ming yon that in recogni eral Paaaenger Aaent L & N. R of tbonght a::d eabjeet. UnT other line ip IOSSOK3L1-E- f II , Louisville, Ky. Many are of the opinion j paosds yuilty of having m .d lion of Probably in no pan of the mu' her iam on U1 oc Si a better grade of ih- the grtai strife will end csUa the Commission awarded so'itii is tiiere to be found a stag than any other teiriror-- of i.e elatae of six month-GLtftfte I I L L "1 von a bronze medal and the sum more salubrious and restful ielieve that hostilities j its size, bat the day is at hand! of $1,000 for a worthy pnrpoae . TZrn SOlfffi c uutry than along the shore 1.1 Mr. Bmmet Bryant, wlio Irs when th1 sai.l writer! and pari- - be .t- befi we th end of iy 8 WW VORK approve! by th- - BaeCHtive Of tlie Qolf of Mexico from Nov. had typhoid fever for two months il- x) nr. ? ') ii. will be obliged to ham po ? r. the meantime r!:r Eaieer'a I aba! I be obliged if Orleans east to Mobile and Committee. "5 Ml v., i i awlk has recovered and baeiv at bis tie';ls f r ltKit viA to em s cmtinue the r fright (el 1 '' will kindly advise nie with sacola, where nature has been job I t E. H. Minks, K C tiak-mas. ho the vT their active pena and pen out delay, by a letter bearing lavish in the -i.n.M-- o. distribution of of Paris. Ky., is at home WI4 of reasehi being suiikcil- - of ,ho I2 Kentucky conn- - your own signature, whether or j her laVLUw' I-- V'. fcLLbounties There is the for a few davs visit. Miss Riasie hy niatillaries Io9 dvS . HI. 4K IV - CMT.U1I day. Site. L . : mhrnsm oving less, day by uotyoa wis to ace pt trie Com sparkling water of the Golf a d Dolan was the guest of relatives as ailent m the old mill of activi-!ar(- 1 TS "i?S'5i J:.um!2 as of life by thenf 011r reply the hay indented shore forming in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. mission's awards, "whai you and I were liasjthe s luring pad two weeks is attirmat.ve, tlu md .1 will be natural ways for all man- - Will Doan. of Page. Ky., have rerenter, 700 Uvea bahaf ink. J0"0! lWlc,M with beautiful ordered and will he forwarded to ner of water si rts. sailing. turned to their home after a two the aastroctioa of one veb-- : ptoapecta et the oohwebs gather. y u as soon as it has been received motoring, canoeing, fishing sno months visit with relatives here a chfasnry remaining UK Mediterranean saa.theedoa jfromhi manufacturers, and the the like. This charming rcstjrt Mrs. .lake Dean is the guest of I ne c:ti rf tl.- - iorever unmsturoea. 0 j.m. th, oiiL-inmoney will he held for ou until land i e.sily accessible, and relatives at Paire, Ky., for a few ii. Th Germans re no sena themsel.es had been wor. it is need d for the purpose which may be quickly reached b days. Mirchel Owens, of III proposition and hd will ,r of rati i.s. wriking inf later le .lecided by the Bxeca- - modern siel trains over the Vernon, was in Pine Hill Mon mu.-toward the tive Committee. at ever thine that thT accomplish Yours very ILnnia villa & Nashville a. R. day. Mr. John Lay was called elimination of t!ie siuif that truly, lor rnthlesa cat (signed) F. M. Wilmot, Ipaseengen may leave Cincinnati to Pine Hill on account of the blooded mur utoals away tlie brain, and now Manager." liter a 'id Louisville or Bvansville in the illness of his brother. Mr rf propi'.:. mei women a id our rod old Uncle Sam steps now in France, evening, and arrive at the Gull Mamie Hays, has George Ysdoa is retimed to a word and its mans hundreds of whom have in and eloaaat retorai I he f)tlowng af- - Leb tion Junction. Miss Ewi stops in a day and it is and if ha makes the kind of a with the war. ufacture oonaawtioa Do you think you can die and go he is a maa he will merit I teraoon dur Lay has attended the bedside id 1 oenuan "tXnltnr" which confidently bahevad will remain the houor that his many frieuds The mild, eciuable climate with her father for three weoifs Mr. Cajaer has planued for arid stopped for all time to come heaven and let your wife and will bestow on him which this district i favored is I Frank Lav, who base home died Sundry forty The day of delivery is here and ed of ter the last upon his return George is theja de'ight to the tourist. children go to the Poor House. The morning at ?.:$n had been a suf freedom shall rsin supreme. boy we ever knew, and ;he climate - delihtfal at all sea lerer of thai dreaded disease. bist Kaiserites have been and m because the Bible says: out with thing the It is sad th.-- bible school is that sothat stands us is the tender SOns et mo yesr; during the i net '1 ma for eight years and was .nxious for peace tbo on impresses winter u He 'lis it is ran. e rate bed last for three weeks Fun to the largest organization in the care he has always had of his "n tavma inotondian; Provideth not for his and bracing, puUing span tnd I era! services were conducted b world. r under tii belief that ihe:r aged father nnl mother. Since !enr:f iut-- toe Vetera. Theramsans a'tre liev Clifford own, and especially those of his Iinvincible and will a mere boy, and after securing, The Gulf Coast is fast t C mi laid to rest in the Pine Hill cem A pw T UO DO !i the ei;d. his first work away from home in- on.- of the pnnular waterinw etery Monday own household, is worse than an afternoon. Ht r ia beheved tint Hermany is AU gl?nerai &toies clot .., .. leaves six children to mourn his here he seemed to think it was his iJm ..,i uicvu-iiM. k unuiis infidel." nng tlie end t ner rope, tto yQ ..,... .. anil .u.. j:. death besides other relatives and at noon by order of the dntv to .. anonort his Barents. Itmuia yet eapahls of dowif im. Federal Fuel Administrator, and land atth.it time his father waa j tinguishd nf the a host of friends. Presid..l daasage and the dentrnc thfl p ,,pl are BIged V) .irranR,. ab;e lo W()rt ed dill not reed g Begin providing for your loved . . 1. . lbnsarda 'men ti,.;..;iui"ir"' ...,.w uwuioiiu .,.i.. suppirt. ui am nun, yet wnen man resort cities aid towns, " ujtie j .- - A,t,K .... .. ones today by opening a Savings this order. Every merclnnt in pay day came George went toeach rate, ding a boaipitable we! 7-- "a1 w" town anu icinitv is wiiimjr town and b.ugnt such things 'come to the vistor Every re Account in the heka-er- '. t) (.() oper;l. wilh lh(, Gowern. that help d to sustain life as if ;Sort is shaded by age-olancea- amed on th-- Inent to th,t (!Xtent in onler t0 tf e tntire support of the family Ural oak-with trailing on, lat cesperate effort M in fad saving, and the peopl. depended npon him Since then lor IK vinea nnd SpaTish mossand -- roomeard break thru the!shld be filing lo conform to he h,s he.d po4uons that paid they all look over the Gulf tores blievmg that;thtJsen;les.llld not feel thatit is him a bi. sa)arv, but he never ers, St the dancing waves, wat the ... ,a t..r.y ul .u a LIVINGSTON, KY. hatchtd up scheme with the forwot his father and mother and s.riHimr sails and the beach ..., . . pace 10 lu Koruis iir merchants Nothing will be sold never failed to send them monev and the surf. i. Shonld it ever happen 0!. f(HUlaV at anv ifrocerv or i?enPeruna eases ) Ro mi ,Uu num . The placid waters ard he iCaiser be that dictator, era! (tore, except food, and Other the burden of the fore he left for France he took housekeeper by keep d phi the people of the essentials should be purchased out f to, 000 00 in insurance, audi sloping shores give to boating; ing away the danger L. H. DAVIS W. H. C0I7CNGIM, and aquatic aports enjoyments of illness resulting The Babylonian captivi- - 01: S.turday if the supply is not mad.-ahis oarent allotment fur from colas, coughs, President t he Je s unlili-- d bv sufficient to las; until Tuesday and they receive a nice little pen una lved and alinndaat hannta and indigestion due ;of h and game afford an n C. C. McPHERSON, Cashier to catarrhal condiwith This order is only a taste of wha' amnld be the every mon-and will tion. It speedily reles jmradiae to devotees of r. d made onr people will be required or i'tiij conditions lieves and overcomes .....s .., v.,.0 .., - o.,.u..i. x... (, un. and man- - KO?f courses these. in the Fame ratio. lather compelled to do before the last time George was at home his j Its tonic properties build ud iana tenuis courts provide ample what you think is good s ei and which, like our own, wishes to :ik nc;i allow appa'hy and end of the present world wide father the strength of the physically ased him why he did not opportunities for the enthu-.iis:and hang it up or spread it out to live its own life, weak and run down, and its use determine its armaess permit such a war and we had better begin to ninny ituu seuie uuwu wiieit; " 0f the e fatscinating tram3s. in convalescent, especially after grip, dry. Later test it to see if it will own insttutions, be assured of world. lenrn ;'that to obey i better than could better to lf-il- l the is remarkably beneficial. enjr life His re Most sxceTleat OOp !"' .JIT S KEEP IT ON HAND sprout. Write to County Agent justice and fur de;!in8r by the ves uded ? W J think sacrifice," for we are sure to learu ply was 'that I ui.ist look after ara there for The wise housekeeper has Peruna for information on testing ated other people of the world against lover of m America is gathering to the how to obey and that before long, on hand for instant use even if catarrhal tie or.,. ckAi.M an1 r.i..tK.i troubles do not call for It regular adJ UU QUU Ul'ILlir. WLll'L JIlVJUlvl corn. force and aggression. All the and is backed by patriotic and many of ns will be forced to m.rry I might gt-- so I could not o:in. iu tae abundaace of the A dose or two in time ministration. often prevents a long illneaa. fine nhell roads which skirt the - who are each doing his sacrifice before the dawn of a Il you have to buy seed corn, peoples of the world are in e Liquid or tablet form. support you and a family."- - Mrs. Manalin Tablet! are a splendid snore 01 trie trull u der the ma-- , sure you are getting good feet partners in this interest. and there"' and warless day conu-s- . the "buys ov-laxative for home use. Mrs W. E. L N Bowling is with her father Ask the druggist sive live oaks and extend bade corn. But it at once. Seed corn for our own part we see very usands who are following GraveJey recently received a mes THE PERUNA COMPANY this week in Laurel Couuty- -- into the pine be jelenrly that unless justice Columbus, Ohio will be scarce this year. forest, along the Pom this si'le. Si ge that her m ther was at the Mrs. L M. Brown hai accepted a ,done toother it will not be done FERTILIZER SUGGESTIONS to ms Thff proram of wor)d-point of death, but we have heard position as assistant bnk keeper shores of the many bays and bayous, the maguificent scennv is nnr pro-All farmers should be planninur !ic:s bem cften said in thasS nothing further, and presume with the) Auidi'ic ATTENTION. along thtse roads appeal ag President Wilson's Mes- now for fertilizer. - Korhraatln usually first that he is still alive. R E. Al National Bank, of Louisville, and Count up V " Farmers, Stop Think Do sage of J.muarv 8. strongly to one's sense of the vou need and cooperate e field in movement of en bright and Mrs Albright are now has been on duty .for the past Your country needs Pork to what beauties of nature. If one can't with Farmer's Club and all buy WHO MADH THE KAISER? piie and for betterment, is located at 33 Spear Avenue, Ashe-ville- , several days. M. A Stevens and find happineas aad contentment win the war. W. J H , TBXAS. together. It pays to cooperate N. 0., and will tie glad lo sot, Colston, were in Mt Vernon! r laggard. Dr. M Onr armies and our llip ar. down there in the golden uu Your county agent is ready to Some p npss were Uide to be of Mt. Vernon was the hear from their many friends Tuesday. Colston is attending shine and among the countless threatened with a shortage o: help every club or individual soldiers. man in Kentu ky to legin 'back home''. Dick is much bet Bdrea College Chas. Smith, son pork. This would seriously in farmer to know wriat kind of fer The Irish were made to be cops, anization for the purpose ter and it seems certain that he of Mr. and Mrs. K J Smith, of diversions and attractions of that jure their fighting ability. playground he is indeed hard to Sauer-krau- t use and how to buy was made for the of h ndhg aid SO the Govern will soon regain his health. Mr the Hiatt section, has accepted a Hogs in Europe have decreased tilizrto please. Local buying U adGermans, t soon after war there beftr position in the Citizens Bank was de- - Albright went There were Numerous hotels and boarding 32 million head Lo al vocated by County Agent Spaghetta was made for the they have been here. Charlie is a good boy and Meetings were called Christmas and 1. 5,427,000 fewer hogs in United wops. agents should have first o;ds. and the "Patriotic League" wat housekeeping at the above ad we have an isoobt he will mike houses at the various Golf Coast States on Sept i, i9i7 than on resorts provide admirably for the Fish were made to use water, Robt F. Spence, dress since about the time shear-rive- good at the new pisition organaaal end the title was used J. Sept 1, i9i6. County Agent, Bums were made to drink booae, there. It is good news to Mont Roberts, of the firm of Sha-fe- comfort of guests, ard the vaihe Government itself, thru Our exports are three times riety admits of terms to fit any Bankers were made for money, Berei, Ky. those much interested in their & Roherts, here, was in Mt. rpresentatives evolved their as great as they were before And money was made for the and welfare to know that they are get Vernon on business during the purse, depending upon the indiatt as of organized state the war. In the face of this How to Treat vidual requirements of the visiJews Mr. and Mrs week of Defense eta ting along fine county Councils Master Lee Robins, of it is necessary that every tor, who cas be housed among crisis ii really followed the lines Logan McCtll. of Stanford, were Garrard, is with his uncle. W. H. ErerythinS wa made for some-RuCrOUD farmer save his sows and gilt, the WMMtm of the mora fashion Vernon, far recent visitors to relatives here. laid down by Mt. Anderson, and will attend school Sabre well . J' . and breed them. Our Govern Vick's "VapO-RubMOn everything but a r lser, seeing tnd patriotic physician, Prof. I. L. Pdkenton, Principal of here for a while.-- R. S. Shivel ble hotels, or in the less preten-ha- s ment asks Kentucky for 25 per ar the throat and cheat for a few min- utee then coTer with a warm flannel cloth. God made Wilson for president cording to his own Graded and High who to this good day has carried Brodhead tendered his resignation as ous one, cent increase in spring pigs. Leave the covering loose around the neck But who in h d made the Ia buviaS tickets to on the work started when the School, received a letter this clerk in the big store of R. H.desiresvapors soothing This can be done only by breed- so that theloosen the medicated phlegm arisand choking ing may ': Uri it ic League was launcht. Kaiser ? week which we take great pleas Hsmm to take effect March rst. New Orleans and Gulf Coast, every available animal. One difficult Resorts passengers should see ing should be bred as late as ease the bedtime breathing.against applicaDr. E .1. Brown, another na ure in reproducing: This letter is at which time he will move his a night tion at insures Sows Thr 'Little Colon bl " The attack. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. At druggists. of old Rockcastle hills, no dated, "Pittsburg. Pa , Jan. 23. family to the McQueen farm re- - wattney reaa Deyona ivansvuie, Boone Way man is back from Feb. one of Stanford's leading pb si 1918. Mr. oseph L. Pilkenton, cntly purchased by Dr. W. F. uuisvuie or Cincinnati vi me Good prices have been assured. the Palls city, where he was My dear Carter wrsnTiiis x. tt vna Kentucky has nevar failed her Louisville . is at the head of an organi-za'- i Brodhead, Kentucky. loked after and entertained by only line running along the m of his own crtation which Sir: Through the courtesy of Mr. country in time of need. We OUR WA1 AIMS. the Louisville Automobile Club has his Gulf Coast and reaching all these Dr. Walter, Dentist, h has named "The Liberty Ser- A M Hiatt, in care of the Citizens not fail under this test. must ( ffi:e over U. G. Baker's store, "What we ceman 1 in this war, and his dispatcher friend L, G. resorts. The train service ever vice league." Its objects being Bank, Brodhead, the attention of CORN SUGGESTIONS. therefore, is nothing peculiar nPaaai of the L. & N., and his tkis line is unsurpassed. The SEED along pretty much the same lines the Carnegie Hero Fund Com- it It is that the world namesake "little Colonel" Ma ret Unrsst and dissatisfaction over sumptuous through at eal trains Farmers should see to it th it ourselves. fit and safe to live as other orgamaa'ions looking to mission has been called to an act be made ia; Falin, of which he will have a and will drawing-strike- s their seed corn is good aiding in all possib'e ways onr performed by you, by which, on the war is being shown by big are equipped with and particularly that it be made few words to say in next issue and reclining germinate. and demonstrations thru-- ' room sleepers Government in its fight for world April 16, 19 16. you saved Vivian nation or. toe Signal. Shuck out your corn and select safe for eyery chair cars, AU meals ea route eat tteraaay aad Austria. wide liberty and Democracy. B. Albright trou being kil news Mi! ? Wl n " ' -1 1- d? H ' s:r,ns jirej KJtJiTfJCltV n - 1 i '. , 11 i Coast g.t-atl- y J 1 Th--o'- 1 nd : P N lT i ll Ji i mi- - - - . -- 1 . -v rr-T . Pen-yo- J anr. rul Thiriy Years Tk" - u n ! ' fc - 1 - WZyl'":. TH- rr-f da-v- wa-e- r a ' I LEST YOU FORGET That No; j - I 11 a-- e r ; . i - - I I . , t h-l- o - ,.: 1 ftd - mimi . d , - , ttlR The First Stab Baflk , . . ... 1 w- -. - I I CAPITAL 15,000 00 Vice-Presid- I n t ent r.-ul- t end-sio- h . ' s ' 111-- - 1 T 1 t ef-b- t s P'e. th-re'..- re. "-- ! ! ! 1 t-- . Pn-i'i,iL-t"n- , -- d I r Extmally " b . - 1 ! VKKSvbSALVE peace-lovin- g afl MT.VLRNON SIGNAL Mi. Vkknon Ky, Feb i, 1918 I ," Vf want tn Coal naunt oae vrltb SIQNAL up ' Ma. T s Mil- - XXJ . ' a IrWliKn iv fs 4. NaSMVILLt K R LA lOUiei'LLK TIME TABLE. it !o Li 3 uortn nortn south South Phone No. 8. nur.d at 1 3:5 n:44an p xn am 12:13 a m Jas. Landkum, Agent. u ttroal-ri- ihe Mt Vernon, Ky. Postcae a mail matter. PEK80ML Mrs. H. T. Toast ajbe h.;s is iii.prt.v.ng been quite Judge llatrtrard. of Brodhead. was her j yesterday Oar good friend U O. Baker continue to improve, too slowly. Clever SH aVzbill, fche , stevaiori .a. has . man of profunda voice v.'ts in town today. Mrs F.iumv Ad tins left vester. if Eot Pans to visit Dr. and Mrs J. M Williams. Mrs R B Thompson, of Cr-- h Orchard, is With her mother, Fallow of the American Medical "Hello Joe" was in from Win Association, on account of hia Chester 'alkiug groceries and atata and eountr record in the v.r with Mt Vernon business medical profession. This asao men today. cation it the largest of its kind Miis Jeeate M. Miller has re in the world. turned to her Mystic home afOf the number of ladies who ter a pleasant visit to Mt. Ver have been wet king at Red Cross eea relatives. headquarters for the past month, Will Mesas arrived this morn- making hospital garments for the Training Bolder boys, there are three who ing fa the Havel Lakea, Ills., for a hare never missed a day They Caeap, Great visit to bomefolk. are Mesdames M. Pennington, J. 1) wight Bowman, who was dis Fish and S. F. Bowman charged from th1 army at Camp On information of Sheriff Sco She! by on account of his age, re ville London, a ma-- supposed to n haaM last night be Dudley Shelt in was arrested Berber! C'X is in for a week's at Milfoid, III., on Wednesday rarttar. fr.im Laporse. lnd , last Sheltoa is charged with the jcliere he is aoldinf down a good murder of J Mort RotbweH in a machine rhop. P prominent Garrard County AtLfiaaai bade Kicks. Bemtrice torney, at Crab Orchard, some Sliflton. Eieora Fritb and ThelmR years since i Mrs. W. M P. y nter. For SERVICES AT THE CHRIS TIAN CHURCH. a work horse a Shetland pony Dr. Walter, Dentist, is now lo two years old. Sunday School 9:45 cated over U. G. Baker's store, T. J. Pennington. - Subject, Preaching Service same offices occupied by Dr. P. yVav To God." "We have reached the time in "Finding Our H Conover. our national life when no loyal Official Board Meeting 3 P. M. 1 1. citizen in the country can afford Junior Endeavor 5:30. to spend a dollar for wasteful Senior Endeavor 6:30. Don't fail to see PAULINE Preaching Service 7:80. FREDERICK in Mantle of the luxuries. Such an expenditure lesolves itself into a disloyal Wilds, a five rell picture at Notice: to all that are owing Boone Way opera housa, Satur- act."' Cardinal Gibbons. me on accounts or notes, who day night Feb. 2nd, 7 o'clock. The peculiar atoma that per- have not mad a payment withiu Our efficient and accomodating meated Friday mornirg's atmos- the last twelve montha, are earnpostmaster, Mrs Cleo Brown, re phere has been accounted for estly requested to come in and ports tine sales of war saving from the fact that Th o Morey, settle If not settled within a well as the fertiliser man had arrived in reasonable time I will advertise stamps at Mt. Vernon as ton with his grip full of that these accounts for sale at public offices throughout the county. useful plant growing material. auction. Please come in and setJohn E. Price, the engineer tle and save this trouble and SALESMAN WANTED who was caught under his engine Jonas McKenzie. Lubricating oil, grease, special- oblige, and ladl scalded when No. 34 wrecked near Contra last week, ties, paiut Part or whole time. War Council. On Monday died at his home in Covinglou Commission based until ability is last the most important aud largSunday established. Man with rig pre est attended meeting convened in A Cakd of Thanks We wish ferred. lit Vernon court heart that has Riverside Kefining Company taken place since the outbreak of to express our many thanks to Cleveland, Ohio. hostilities. The people, in answer those who were so kird in assist ing us in the sickness and death Mt. Vernon has one of the bes; to invitation of the County Board of our dear fa' her. po.sted and 1 leading Sunday of National Defense came from all Miss Eva Lay. School lecturer and bible student sections of the county and listened County Agent Srence demon in the person of Judge John yvith wrapt attention to the splenWatson Brown. Those of onr did speeches delivered by the trated, at the meeting last lawthe great importance of citiseas who fail to attend the Food and Fuel Admistrators, ex Church yers and ethers, who clearly testing seed corn to be used this exercises at Christiau ay s certainly miss a treat plained conditions and the man season, for the reason of early Sun adfrosts having killed the germ in You are welcome to come nd the ner in which the Government vises and directs our citizens to invitation to attend is extended much of the 1917 product. It will be a profitable Sunday to proceed in these momentous time? A DosfcitviiB Honor. Dr. A. yon. Come around once and you and grave conditions. The man G. LorHl, has bewa made a will become a regular. ner of ooserving heatless, meat- Dred fruits, apples, rud prunes at Dku.m.vionu's For Salr oh exchange: 7)l Mothers use n 11 i ' frcvS Far the Children A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. years continuous use is the bes' testimonial FRETS VERMIFUGE can offer you. Seyenty-five X Si (Pfl J I i i k KsjSB bonk tlways on hand. It will hrln keep the little toes Kapaj and healthy. 25c. a bottle at your drurgut'a or tmrral ilore. or i your dealer can't UP! H-- you. tend hu name and 25c. in stamp and we'll tend you a bottle promptly. E. & S. FREY, BALTIMORE. NO. Mor-daj- i Misses Amy Proctor and Ruth entertained at a Pro gresMTe ttook Party, at the home of the former, last Satur day evening from 9 to 11. The guests present were: Misses Bonnie Nicvley, Christine Davis Sydney Crawford, Christine Mc Ferron, Amy Proctor and Ruth Laedresn. Messrs Earl Cox, John Albright, Richard Cox, Raraey Richard, Jones Fish and Mr. Tort, of Cincinnati. Delici-oncake and hot cocoa were Miss Christine served. Davis and Mr Richard Cox were the bet players of the evening. Land rum s Stock Pens: A number of enthusiastic farmers and busi ness 11111 were present at the meeting Monday to consider plan-etfor the establishing of stock pens in Mt. Vernon. Rev. M. G Fish was made chairman and 0. D Sutton secretary of the meeting A the stock pen meeting was not called to convene until after the adjournment of the War Council, time prevented consideration of many phases of the situation. About the only definite action taken was the ao- p intment of a committee to look out a suitable location and re pjrt at 1 o'clock today. The committee is composed of Gus Staverson. David Hysinger, W A. IfcKeaaie, Claud and Edgar Mullins Every one seems especially interested and there is no doubt but that a complete organization will be perfected, at meeting. c. G-riftto-da- An Auto Fok Col. Marct. From along the route of Boonf Way from Kenton Ohio nod Louisville Kentucky to Boone Park and Lexington, North ('r-linafrom time to time have Com suggestions that the originator of this highway be presented an automobile. Friends, to a arcve-inenwith this idea in view, have named a Committee of four lit Vernon citizens to carry out the suggestion. A banker, a merchant, an attorney and an in surance m;n compose this com mittee, which has devised a system ter thp campaign less aud wheatless davs and the vital reasons therefor were fully About February th literature explained and the audience was will be mailed out to friends and fully convinced of the duties owed good roadi people all along setting forth reasnns whv by every citiren to observe the regulations as set down by our this old road man's stunu- of Goveraxseet. Explanatory litera from 1000 104000 miles per year ture was distributed and the in his work as inspector on Mate meeting was by far the most im- aid roads should be reduced to pressive that has been held in our a small fraction of the foot mile age he's been making in the past. county for many a day. Among the resolutions passed was one requesting the Fiscal Court to make an appropriation to aid the local boards in defray ing necessary expenses of the work, in the way of postage, printed matter and stenographic yy CClik y& work. Inasmuch as these men ajp are putting in their time, it is but justice that they be reimbursed at least for above mentioned ex; t, -bosi-nesslitin-line- PH 18 A STORE For busy people who want to be waited on promptly an, served courteously and given ull money's worth for meney spent store that means the same attrtion whether the purchase is large or small a store always ready to take back goeds and hand back meney with no cross looks We want you to judge this store by its services, not by its promises "Doing is the great thing.' a to give , - jan - . . -- Jpsr H Women sHi P; w.'ek-en- of Brodheid. were visitors of Miss Jo Davis. After bvieff housed for a good Frame for the lives and liberty pat of the wm;er. Cral) Orchard-- o of us who stay at boese oall to us man, K L Collier was here with an irresistible appeal to lat week and loaded a car of them wi:h our most po es, in spiu of sleet, ice anc: efforts in the work we must do at 1 au;-po- "The ..acrifices we are exacting of the nohle American bors who are going te the bloody fie.ds of penses incurred. A fuller report of the meeting, owing to our crowded space, could not be printed this weed. However, as stated the result of the Council's convention will show up as being of a big drive in bringing before our people the conditions existing and the remedy which lies within their hands to aid in the grert work now confronting the American people and the balance of the world. ""isQr- :&&gs& - I snnnwenwennwena rt an v. Miss Kisse McFerron who came in home last week from Bryant ft lume."- - Secntar McAdoo. Stration Business College, very sich. is much better. She was met M Lebanon Junction by his step father, Fred Kreuger. The B ;ne Way man was, on initation of the Louisville Aate ejobile Club, in the city during the week holding conference with that organization regarding af fairs connated with highways Dr. B. F. Walter ouj nev Den-tis- t. is now locate i over TJ. G. Baker's store ready for business. Dr Waiter Ins lived and practic ed Ids profession in Lancaster for a great many years and he comes to us well recommended by a number of the leading citizen of that town. he many friends of J P. E Drummond, the Livingstou merchant, will be glad to know that he has recovered sufficiently to return to his home from the Lon-de- r hospital where he has been confined for seven weeks. He can travel around some little by the use of his crutches. In the roll of honor, puhlisht on a large, beautifully designed poster, issued by Company G. t49th U. S. Infantry, Camp Shelby Hattiesburg. Miss., appears the name of Corporal Monroe Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miher, Rockcastle county. See the poster in Fish's window. I Ro.ds have been most imlocated and badly properly drained ter such a long paiiod of time that it is now difficult te teach the people that proper location and proper drainage improvements are permanent and of prime importance if the road is tained j be economically rutin The men's bible class of Mt. Vernon Christian Church has received a large photograph of their ward, little Miss Stella Irene Scanland, aged 11, of the Christian Church Orphans Home, Louisville, Ky. The picture was brought to Sunday School last Sunday and viewed by eager and pleased gunrdian eyes. The picture indicates that she is a bright intelligent and tine looking girl. The class will have her riait a ntmber of Mt. Vernon homes next summer as On Deck. J. J. Cook, an old Rockcastle boy, general purchasing agent of the Creech Coal Co., Twila, Harlan county has the distinction of being the first on tht list in the move, ment for presenting Boone Way man with a machine. He sends his check for $10. to secretary SDeciai Childrens hats worth Fish without waiting for the campaign to open for pushing $1 50 choice 39 cts, at Drum-mend'the movement. store. s First Thousands of voluntary 1 letters from women, tellaa ing of the good Cardui fjk has done them. This is B the best proof of the value "M of Cardui. Itprovesthat S JB Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad j In use for over 40 years! fjt yk('3 THE CASH STORE i vnj M Minnnin F- .. - ani if" snnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnini ..ssannviaB. yH f 'JL mmmmwv - .4 "-; - x wiiisM " .izs taSBBWaewaaaWjaaaaaaaaaaaaannannnBnasw jiinnnnMnnnnnnnnnnennni s, Dr. M. K. DENTIST Pennington IE IN after-effec- ts. TAKE Jf Jp $rTa The VA n SUtnm tiLJ? leVta Weans'i Tonic in WILL j J. . VEjRNON their guest. - RED CROSS WORK. For Sale or trade to small farm one 5 room house and three lots The Owen County Red Cross Chapter has made and shipped in Mt. .Vernon. Call on or adto headquarters the following dress, garments: A. J. Gentry, 189 Sweaters, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3t 92 Mufflers, 161 prs. Wristlets, It was S.C. Franklin who gave S40 prs. Socks, advance information to that O4 Helmets. staunch friend J. J Cook, rela These garments were kuitted tive to the Boone Way Pioneer bv ladies from all parts of the county. Fund. Sy You can rely on Cardui. Surely it yviil do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other Monday 11th February ... i-- . sslsf yi fl LOCAL Sour pickles, two dozen for 15 sts, at Drummond's atore. Lost: A bunch of Keys Find er return to Tom O'Mara and receive reward. There is a .case of measles at tbe residence of Mr. Warren on Main street. A young lady visitor is the patient. Give your active support to tbe chairmen of the Government boards in their work. It is your duty as a patriotic citisen. One Thirty horse Walter Rice, who was brutally shot at Pari.- Tuesday, by O H. power Boiler and Engine in good Johnson, an L. & N brakman, condition. S. T. Proctor died last night at 9 o'clock. The TF. burial will take place at Stanford either tomorrow or Sunday. Onlv If you are in doubt, ask the meager reports have been receiv- Food Administrator, H T. Young, ed as to the killing, but as best Mt. Vernon, and on the fuel prepowe have been able to get the sition consult. Dr. M. Pennington. facts, Johnson who was erased Get in the band wagon and aid in by drink, and mad bncause he the march to victory. had been called into army service, Charlie Thompson has resigned walked into a restaurant where he as Cashier of the First State found Riee, made some reference to the fact that Uncle Sam had Bank at Livingston and Claud called him into service and said : McPherson, of Lebanon Junc"Befoie Uncle Sam gets me I tion who took charge Wednes-da- d succeeds him. Mr. McPherwill get you " The first shot son is highly recommended as a struck Rice in the breast passing through the lung The secoud young man in every way worthy shot took effect in the back. The of the great responsibility, which deceased, who is a son of Mr and rests upon a cashier. Mrs. Charley Rice, of Livingston, Notice: If those who wish to has many friends in Rockcastle buy a monument or tombstone who deeply deplore his untimely will see m? at once, I can save vou death and to the bereaved family money, as I am thinking of going extend their sympathy. The de- out of the monument business. ceased was a Mason and member Gko. Owens, of the B. of L. . Mt. Vernon, Ky. Jen 25 3t For Sale n" aT ?. r V" J m rsgpnnjnnnjBj ' V women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," writes Mrs. Mary E. Vccte, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. . . . 1 read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. ... At Rockcastle Hotel Those desiring dentr.l work should avail themselves of this opportuity. ROUND TRIP PtNSCO , ?MU All Druggists I , FLA Timber WAN TE Hickory, Oak and Per- it Bfc-- ne -- . the Lamp Oil th it Saves Eyes Nothing- is more important m th home than clear, steady lif ht. Insure w on sum cum " "j clear and eiean without a nicker down to the last drop. PennaylTaiila erude oil refined to perfactioa. Costs no more than the Inferiar tankwagon oils-s-ara MONKT-aa- rta - aJ MM f'ajeT r I. TO IN ANOTHER FORM. i"i Feb. 7 to t imited to ; $24.85 11 22 D WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has 80LITE OIL barrels direct from oar works. ' in Cliis. H 'g C. Sto!l Oil Co. I Lexington, Ky. Rennery af Warren, Pa. Wc sell the celebrated "No CarbK The British soldiers went into a restaurant at Saloniki and asked for Turkey with Greece. The waiter said: "I'm sorry gentlemen, but I can't Servia,' whereupon the Tommies cried: Fetch the Bos-phoru- Flruary L. & IV. R. R. simmon Logs Blocks, also Hickory and White Oak Rived Spokes. For prices ACCOUNT s MARDI GRAS Limit may be extended to March II. Can be made by depositing ticket at L & N. city ticket oftioe not later than February 22nd and payment of fee olu $1.00. Feb 8 cnl en er wrfee a N !" Turner, Day&Woolworth Handle Co. Snow. The snow in Louisville is yet piled along sidewalks to depth of four and five feet. Everything ts "slick' em a peeled in gum." No rain but a sleet cpme days ago fixed things. When that gentleman arrived and heard the complaint, the manager said: "Well, gentlemen, I don't want to Russia, but you cannot Ku mania." And so the poor Tommies had to go away Hungary. London, Kentucky Jan i8,tf - Children Dry FLETCHERS CASTOR. A FOR Children Cry GASTORIi FOE FLETCHCR-- S N maaammetmmm m em $5.50 LOUISVILLE HELP TO SAVE FOOi Pr :tfc-A: Early History Recalled (Oiutinucd lroai euu, bet dirniiied. f then decision the prottMU (tn the day of t r hit.!'! vi Solution w - I'f" T 'i in the House in which the Legislature till' j'.li;'. S'Jl.ylit lU ' l(llc.-.mi. Ot irtiM- Thia effort failed fur .t Uack vet'. which the institution th-- ' pa.--qoiri d Tl:e House by a vote of til tu9B The Senate, foreseeing the defeat of the resolutions ..'U.-c- , ;i')!'(iaelicu lil' subject .,j i:,e in Di :.niiher aaafte, am! on UecHnilwrP ;eis'(! an act rvieNlinp all lawaetab-ii-- . ;.j.. a.- - ,.n, 'llie .' '!,' lO Mi ati' a lieu Court .j'K-alShen tbs meaaore reached the ilousi' m it.; bvlT coiisir.,,M iliri u.i discussion. luc orii.ite was apirited and exeit ng and was iMMtieipatetl in by u h men a.li irreat hell llardl'i ami tile DHdchkat elianipioned the .i.lxrt Wirkl If, cause of the old Court, and whose apeecbea j. n inst the coaatibntiouailit et the meafciiK were materpieoa of and 'ol'IC 'I he:v a- - yteat confusion in Uil- House dunlin the delivery aim these ucm- - oi nptn the ears deaf to litermtsre ft reasoa But the frieods ut' the ns ssora became alaimjd least such great argu-n..is bUouiu turn ihc title against ihe I'lil. ana to Hit uiur digusi of all. the npw "r oi' the S'atc was the Boor of the Hoase urging the passage of the bill UBBSUai was tut-- light for the passage of this bill that the iate chief Justice George Roiertson was moved to rouiark that "The scene re-- cut bled a camp meeting in confusion .uiu c amor, ut lack' d it- - holy inipu:- .s'' .. t miduight, LKceusbeJ 2S, after the most str nuous battle in the annals of the legislation of this State, thetionse ,'oiicurrcd in the Senate bi.l, and it found approval at the hamla et the ( overoor. appeals having hee The supposedly iegislatured out of office, the buvtnus proei'dteu to appoint a tiew court. He named William T. Barry ps Chief Justice aud as Associate Justices, James Haggin, .lohn Trhnble and Pattoa. Upon the death of the hiiter, which occurred .oen after his appointment, Resin H. Iiivaga was ap pointed a his successor. Chief Justice Uarry was regarded as a distinguished criminal lawer, but is reported to have labored under great disadvantages as a Judge, ilagiti was a promineat member of the Lexington bar, where he enjoyed a large a:id lucrative practice. but violent assaults were nuske upon his priTrmble was the vate eh trader. brother of Robert Trimble, who died a e of the Supreme Court of the United States, and in the heat of his ability was questioned Nothing is known of Divage beyond the fact that he v. as appointed to succeed in which tbev elaborated ; ' 'Ao-thion ei it pan ) in wiitiug. t Calls cioans Upon All Loya! to Unite Every One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the " f' ft .KBucaa y n si in Campaign Sur UlilLlVJU Daily By Mail (Not Sunday) and Liable the United States to k,c : eat Recponsicili:y If Prompt Act on Is Taken, Declares President. V. ..: .tons cf Food Administration ui;-l'. . WasfctagtatL Jan. Lex, of 20. Following is H . - President Wilsons faasVeaviat proclamation: Many causes nt i'flli s ui Hull uiyBlUl ! Your Home Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. have contributed to crea.e the i es illj for a more intensive e'.ort on the part of our people to save food in order thai we may sun-plour associates in the war with the sustenance vitally necessary to thera in these da3 of privation and stress. The reduced productivity of Europe because of the large diversion of manpower to the war. the partial failure of harvests and the elimination of the most distant markets far foodstuffs through the destruction of sbi:pin, places the burden of their subsistence y -i : - i i.n.-.- r,,tiie, 1 ii ! o An Excellent Combination very lately on our shoulders. The food adia'nisiration has formulated suggestions which, if folhiwei, will ena.le us to awat this treat In This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. nw a. cJHS'-J!! I 'Wlfci'Iv 1 t w La DigA 1 1 IV 5 lr I 5r tch "ar? d 1 IHsai Us Grow BENNETT MHAf0i? SCHOOL LONDON, KY. Cm Jnu fj i Subscription orders at this combined rate maybe peat fco the office of the SIGNAL or to order that we ni?y reduce our con- C V. OOX, tne Courier-Journa- l agent. sumption of wheat by thirty per ceat ..J wkeat products a reduction imper- atively 3SBa A COMPLETE LIRE OK L SCI-IOO- TABLETS STAPLE A D to provide the supply for avarscaa wholesalers, jobbers j.nd retailers should parcbaee and to their caatoraars only seventy per cent of the amounts used in 1917. All Hanafactaf re at a:lmen ary pastes, biscuits, crackers, pastry and breji-Eas- t cereals should reduce their par-l:::scs aud cousumpt.ou of wheat a.:d wLeat Hour to seventy per cc.it of i;e;r 1917 requirements, and all bakers of bread and roils to eighty per con: Bccesbri-ra-se- ll llen-jami- n STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES ALL PATENTS . or. Whaa kt pi i : lat eraaC should purchase mixed earaal Bra4s trOM the oarers. i;ose of year, their c;:;:ent requirements. should reduce their purchase : ,t v.: .vt products for home prapara-Mto at least seventy per east ( Co.i-asaar- a m Ju-t.c- y TmslAC O M Substitute Potatoes. To provide II th 'eal cereal lord, Pattoa aataaa. pablle eating places, deait: i md n..'.nufiuiurers ehot.ld sakatl; a t vegetables, cora, bail:-yrice prouacts, and the m.xed e .eal bread and other products of 0 jakers which contains an aaMtfftn of other cereals. In order that consumption may bf. restricted to this extent. Mondays an.. 'eduesdays should be observed aa wheatl'ss days each week, and ouc each days should be observed ai wheutless meal. In both homes and public eatir.1: piaces. in order to reduce the i ;. povk and .iweet prodacta. lion ct' Tuesday should be observed as meatless d..y in cub weak, one meatiess meal hoaid ue efcaii' rail iu each day; while, in idditfaa, Saturday in each week should further be oti:;ervti as a day which to eliminate porh. A continued economy in the use of tiiftsr will be necehsary until later in :he paar. It is imperative that all waste and naeaaaarjr caianiptiaa of all sorts of foodstuffs should be rigidly eliminated. T.e awIC'SsartRe of the kaaltB and strength ui war ov.u i)eople is vitali. secaaaarp at this uian. and there ihoaM be co daaxeruaa restriction o .ae food sapp!y; but tae eliminatic. jf every so:t of waste wnd the substitution of ctrer ootUKOdltlai of whicc ve have moie abundant supplies for hose which we need to save, will :n way impair the strength of oui , . iv a Appeal To the People. V BRING US : I NOL YOUR .ij.to. PRESCRIPTIONS Pieces Us To Ple&so Ycu, as the i. ;: ature paed h.;s bill creating the new court aud atx the old, the minority of that IhkIj iss'.teii a fervent appe il to the peopl of with die Mate, in which ii sol for-much warnr h th c.i'.:-- e of the old court, and denounced In withering term- - the As soon h i MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST R. H WIT. . VIIKriCN. KY 'Phone 39 7f? ss c-- Handy Kitchen Utensils labor S dotbewerk better, are quite our feature th;tt save lime and in aud varied and . 3 v -- a 3 ;'-3 ;T i :i : , complete stock of Hardware. W? have everything lor kitchen use in the line of Pots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brushes, Knives, MeatChop-pera- , etc , and a poed many little articles that we are showing are recently intro duced novelties that should be in your home. zcxgrxz frit. Vernon, v. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House rnfflF,'J';ffiir GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Eight well trained teachers in literary department, ' Daily Devotional Exercises in each room. Moral town. Real "School Spirit." Band. Chorus work. Literary Societies. High ideals. of ity. Juti-- e Boyle and his asso-iatethe okI court questioned the ooot;tu-tionaiitof the act c, eating the new to vacate the office. court. anl retu-e- d mhled an .i ointed The a wcvurt . bat llae Cicrit P. Blair, of ths old ci.urt. Acillea Snved, refused to sitricitd r the re.'Ords oi the oil ice. tot.k Coou his ivfusah tue uew Men of Towering Ability. t;:eici i, v incn jirc-i- i foreiVe ' clpit't en l. f.e I - ha i'Io'.h hed It was tt.ruiu t" iiuieed ter be 'tife that Tli grand jury ill lnee times w nen c e "taia iovernuient s.' na rowiy a e. inii(er,,ed. tN C on ul Appeals get its, ii of Frank in count j ine leu l the r 'ilis was in ihe hands et men oi such towering aud olieers oi the .'.v court i here w s 'be meat . .. . blei Justice ..:..! nothing iu lo .a abijilj. who, It- vie, anion;; 'ever tli.ne low.ird the prosecution et the Mount Ulaaa above thelbs otheis, stool1 like lesser Alps: He hitd ii.c p.'opu- iiirouunoui tile dca'red foi some time to retire from the omciaJs arouaed to such aa eaten bench el ihe St te. but bi keen sense of State were that the grand juries ofaaombei el duty impelled him to retain at bis post as the eonntiea indived members of the loug SS there, was the leai danger, and be Legislature for having voted for the act stood like a Creek warrior uutil the last b was the creating the new court. The courts el fidence finished,personalneojile had great conin is integrity, WoAlfoMt county denied Madison C. more than aajlhiaaj else, accountsand this, ioi the a talented lawyer, the right to sweeping victory that tii.ally crowneo. the Johnson, his efl'orts of the Aiiterteliet arty at ihe August practice law in that county because lection. .M.'b. This duty fiuisiied. the great law license was signed by Owslej and Chict .lusliee resigned t become Federal .Mills, of ihe o:d com I. He was final i pTinittcd to practi. e by Cucatt Judge Judge for liie district of Kentucky, which Bledsoe, waiving the alleged irregular- position he tilled with ability uutil his deaib, nuary 5. IMS, ity of his admission to the bar. in view of the fact that Judge Boyle of 1SJ8 at which the Chief Justice during this assult upon ihe was The fall election judiciary, ai.d stood with Spartan aevottou to im Hilars of the lower house and of the Senat were elected, was the the cause, through that memorable struggle. teal th t cannot conclude this paper w ith ioed personal occa.-iofor n r Bopta, ,.n abuse, t is doubtful it Hi.- Stale ever and thing more appiopnale than tha pleiulid u deserved Urss Coc;.sration. which Judge lieorg witoessed anything that approached it nobeitsoti, biinsell agy august and serene an I personal hostility, ami the I, thereto: e, in the national inter- in point . once paid lo Judge Koyle: I est, taie t:ie Hbertjr of calling upon use of violent utterances Both larr, "As a lawyer, he was candid, conscientious very loal American to take fully to and Haggin, of the new court, were the ititl laithlul; as a statesman, honest, disinterpersonal oT at'acks on aud patriotic, impara ceart the sugtestions which are being victims Mills, of thetheir court, was estedand enlightened;as asjudge, pure,upright, tial a citizen, enl eficalatad by the food admiristratior charged with having acted as Appellate just anu lauhless; as a neighbor, uin.i, aitaole Uad of hedging that they be followed Judge in a case in which he bad ap and oudcsceiiuing. as a man. chaste, modbenignant, am coii'dent that the great body o: peared as counsel before his elevation est audatlee.iouale as a iiuauaud, most von-and devoted." anl, It vas charged thai itr ironea, have laborad so le; to the beach. hiaapiwintment, but Iwfui Up la c Barry, after cxaUoa w;:h food a the so., ii'nistration will strengthen their et ht tdok the oatn oiiice. defendedhighvvav vJAi'AKRa CAMHOr of Gov. Desha on a charge of BE CURED a i art of thei its aua ail take it All these charges robhe'v .irt'er in t!i:s perioJ of aa;ioiial serv-:-- and manyand murder. made during th with local applications, as they were others to tl at the above s'.tj cuiou'. campaign, and refer to them for the cannot reach the seat of the are observed Utroafhoat the and. purpose of showing the nature of the Catarrh is a local diW; OlilOW WlaOXi campaign through which the peoole The Wkit !:o::ie, passed at the fust election held aftei sease, greatly influenced by conXa January, I PIP. the passage of the New Court Act, which conditions, and in t laction was to be a test of the sentiment stitutional of the tate on the question of abolition order to cure it you must taice SUMMARY Or RULES. of the old court. remedy. internal Hall's Happily fhe result of the election an Rules have been formulated by the showed an overwhelming victory for Catarrh Medicine is taken iuter-nalldepanment to effect the necessary ihe Old Court party, but, while the Old and acts thru the blood on majority in the saiug of foods. Some of tbese rules Court had a equally divided, House, the due to the ttie mucous surfaces of the sys Senate was apply to manufacturers, wholesalers of the Senators only and retailers under license re,,' ::atljus. fact that where elected hist pear. The Lieutenant tern. Hail's Catirrh Medicine Others apply to the houstiv. .fe and Governor had the casting vote ami, un- was prescribed oy one of the stated briefly cover the following fortunately, he belonged to the New points: The consumer is requested to Court or Relief party, and while the oest ph s cuius in this country purchase an equal amount of soon election showed plainly that the people for ears. It is composed of et other cereal for all wheat flour pur- of the State were strongly in favor yet some of the best tonics known, unwise legislation, chased. They may be used separately the repeal of this gloomy for any legislacr mixed as the housewife chooses. it looked rather line at that time. Al- combined with some of the best tion along this The penect Purchase of Victory bread is strongly though its repeal was not accomplished blood purifiers. urged. This will consist of a mini- at the first session of the Legislature, combination of the ingredients mum of fi.e per cent t cereal other following the election, the returns from Catarrh Medicine is than wheat for the present, the per- the election gave it such a staggering in Hall's centage to be increased until on Feb- blow that it was taereafter rendered life what produces such wonderful ruary 24th it will contain a minimum less, and so discouraged was the New results in catarrhal conditions. were ren-d- f percentag? of twenty per cent. On Court that no more decisions that year, red by it after October of wheatless days and wheatless meals though Us sittings were continued for Send for testimonials, free. use of bread made entirely of other ceF. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., some time thereafter. The new Legislareals is urged. For local situations ture met in regular session, but nothing Toledo, O. where exceptions are necessary, appli- was accomplished owing to the fact that All Druggists, 75c. cations should be made to state food the Senate was tied, but before final admajority in the House Hall's Family Pills ter constiadministrations. journment, the issued an address to the ''People of Ken- pation. tucky " which after referring in detail to the Old and New Court controversy, closed with this significant language: "On vou hangs the fate of the Conthat we stitution. Having done all God and For Infants and Children could, we submit the issue to - revolutionary proceedings of the major- y at i , Cl-rk- i the bill over his veto, thus termiiiatiiie the most fiMvely and vigorously eaaaasSad piece et liti;r;ttio" anawa to the history of thistState. 'r Blair, the New Court lerk, Hiirreiidi-rethe peruiiiiii to t the )!d Courtthe11 New records pussed l oiirt lat oihee. and out of existence after a stormy career ''unwept, In ail it rendered and opinions, which are preserved ecniy-tin- - in rui :! Nan Monroe, but until reerutly n.ivi' nut been cited as aumoriiy by the b..r of this Slate ihhotijtli it js sorely regretted that the Shite wits compelled to uass ihreugh such a bitter srasalSS this, in vlnaa. the very la of IBM? conns was threatened, pel out et all the evil s.iii'c taad resulted iu the faet thai it a- - abundantly established that Kentucky, even then. WW ble-se- tl with a great judiciary, uuipieliined for ability aud unafraid of the e amor et the mob These great patriots, who faced this critical situaiou, and bore theui-elve- s with such marvelous fortitude throughout the trouble, not only immortalized their own uauies. but by their disiingu.stied services impressed theirexalted personal and official worth upon all futi.reg Derations. There were men who did not loe upo the Constitution as a frail sad satiating edifice thai afforded M shelter iu ti.nes el storm. They regarded it a the bulwark of our liberty ; M the gnat fortress of our t ouiUK.n satety in time-- i of eitreme per.l a stately me i.orial of the chivalrous i eeds of the hence tlead. List n la the golden wortls of Juatgje Clark, et the Bourbon Circuit Court, the first ''ourt to jiass on this ijiKstion. His decision was adverse la the constr utionaiity of the aud bnvsag been summoned to sapsst before it.e l.egiilatnrs and show cause why ha should not ir removed by address, in th foliuwins iaiijruiite. "in proiiouneiiig void a law that is incompatible with the Constitution, the judiciary uocs not. aaataaaa a superiority Svet the It arnouiices only that the will of the as expressed iu l'ieir Coustitutlou is ibove tli willet any of the servants af the )co.de. '1 he decision was given after the most mature deliberation, which I am able to bestow, and from a firm conviction of the p.inciples there msntfsi ed, aud I must have been nut only laithless to ujv conscienec, but t the oustitutiou et lbs I tilted Slates and the el the judicial office had I auy other opuiuui." ;." a-. Second Teu MVM 2. 1918 SCHOOLS ARK MAINTAINED: I. MODEL SCHOOL Work covers first eight grades. Thorough training for High Schaol. Provides practice teaching for Normal students. II. HIGH SCHOOL College preparTtfory and vocational courses. Our graduate admitted to all leading colleges without examination. PiTr7(vioTiT"iaTl I firSCHOOL OF VIUSIC si ringed instruments), voice, public school music, A large baad, all wind instruments, etc tsught. an orchestra, glee club, eta., maintained. , IV. SCHOOL OF BCS1NKSS ment positions. Bookkeeping. shorthand, typewriting, and all allied suhjeets Special coutses preparing for Governtatitfiit. jiie NOUMAL SCHOOL Courses preparing, for County and State Certificates and for a State Diploma Students may enter at any time but the soouer the better For fnll information, rate, etc., writs, diu-nit- y THE PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY. JC33 Ci-r- k losst-sS'.ou.-l- : -- -- t v ( i i ui-'o- . i., OOO ooo - Progressive People business man knows THE value and convenience of a'Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; kewise the progressive farmer; and, too, business woman. We the shall be glad to initiate people into details of keeping a cheekiug account, we will be glad to takb your ordkr fou the nkw ltbbkty loan bonds. 1 wide-awak- e .1 one-tbir- d r t-- I I - -- ti -- s c te The BanJcjof Mf.Vernon frooo oo-og- a u 1 ilis-ease- . 1 y one-thir- d G3 ANY I LLS OWSNS B j UNDERTAKER g COMPLETE Mail Brodhead ; Ky LINE Caskets sad Unix Telegraph or Telephone.'; orders Promptly Filled v. mw r zUL&Jb:il I'lt-- u r -- r? i a:n mjmMtmMtmmmMtw1X1S7Wr12nrtt THAT TERRIBLE HEADACHE Do you have periodic attacks accompanied b of headache stomach or vom sickness of the tting. a sallow skin and dull eyes? If so, you can get quick relief bv t'king Chamberlain's Tablets as directed for biliousness, and you may be sale to avoid these attacks if you observe the directions with each package " lYgliSWOaPEg --" CASTOR I A aha J. C McCLARY Free tuition to eountv sjraduatcs and teachers doing High School work. Good board can be secured at 50 cents per day and up. Always bears Signature of JOHN WHITE In Use For Over 30 Years Ws the people" ... TITS Tf iu Woml'T eunrt kldnor and . fct.lii-- iraandall uWrtel ..:r i:n I diatet.-- . kri-ir- i s-. -- r- ;. r.:.,' r!:--s - .f :h; "ni-n- & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Second Term Begins Jan. Tor 21, 1918. Liberal sssortsaant and full value paid other information, write. D.H. LYON. Principal. Final Blow Administered. peoAt the following August election, the the final blow to the New ple adiniuiBt.red Court. Both house- - of the Legislature then elected were overwhelmingly and they proceeded with great disp. tch a. d unyielding determination on December i 182U to "remove the unconstitutional , the which had been thrown Gov Desha Appeal. way of the Court of but with his vote, endeavored to kill ihe bill, was the people, the Legislature, fresh frompromptly passed mere Detent than be. and nti-Peli- et .':.,! ' ixravtsl. enra bckK. rSaWi3 kiJaeyannd . IfataSkcM ' r. . . .in WriiEyn UNDERTAKER and EMBALMS l , STANFORD, KY. CASTOR osnatmr uft FOR FLETCHER'S I - A CA8TOH 0ft FLETOifVt .i