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Mount Vernon signal: November 1, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918110102_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 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 . m MM latum MT. VERNON, mmm KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBEtt 1 1918 Wo .understand ; ESTASLISHFD 1887 . VOLUME XXXII nni t,iey aro Letter F torn Fred0un c",nat0 io uuuy cuu sut0 Rot it. ROCKCASTLE fow COUNTY UDMB1B 6 I withoutndiniratlon tho vigor that our Livingston friend is exand heroism with which tho periencing tho following and to October 23 1918. Americans (especially the Rain-Bohim we dedicate this: Mr K S. Albright, Division ) have fought in Onions, too, Mt. Vernon, Ky. every stage of the battles, and at Peppermint and bonose stew; Dear Editor: the rate that they aro goin I Ointments, salvo and healing No doubt you will ho surdon't see how tho war is going twigs, prised and myhtilied in receiving Castor oil and rum and figs. a letter from me, but 1 want toilast very long" I supsoso it lipsom gaits and pills few, to state to the folks at homo, that is not time to talk about the Snake root tonic and catnip brow; is a honor as well as a pleasure wnr being over, but instond tall: it Coal tar products, heart' of pine, to know that the folks at home about hitting the enemy HARD, Various bromides powjler.d fine. luft'o come to tho aid of their altho thoro is saving that light ing the Germans is like a Four 1) Salts and crystals, light and dark, country and help deft-athe Hun, Sulphites, extracts, root and bark; by over sub'cribing their quota in of July Celebration. Essence, capsule, quinine purge There aro now about 7000 the Fourth Liberty Lo.m. darkios in oatnp, alid certain Acids, powders round bio surge lam still a raw recruit in this made relative to tho Kais-oS wollow, gulp and choke and chow of Alabama 'In marvelous State Kaiser's ancestry and future ho Flu. Fred Shivel, Lord have morcy-go- t fact it seems a tho I am to be a Service Park Unit No 32I destiny aro not infrequent in this permanent lixture in this sacred HOW'S THIS? Motor Transport Corps. man is what realm. My this time I had ex- camp If tho poor Canip McClellan, We offer One Hundred Dollars the boys call lliini then ho ought pected to join the invincible Anniston. Ala. Reward for any case Of Catarriw' lighting forces of "Uncle Sam ' not to bo ruler of even Gornnny, P. S. and if he is going to where thoj that cannot bo cured 'by Hall's boyoiul tho Seas, but Providence Remember we to the folks at Catarrh Medicine. has stiyed my hand, (for tho wnnt to send him, then it is a pity to hurry even him along. home. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has prtsem) and I am to battle the I hope that ho will be captured been taken by catarrh- sufferers Kaiser on this garden spot. Villi for the past thirty-fivyears, and all the galluntry characteristic of by a regiment of Soittnern le has become known as.'Jho most groes We can trust to ideas or Mr. and Mrs. Morton Storm, a true and brnve soldier. This lor Jvatarrh. is an ideal locality, the canton ethics and sympathy to treat him of Hamilton, Ohio, were hero sev reliable remedy .. satisfaction to get next to real heat after that . . Hall's Catarrh Medib RIOHTr-iloweverr acts if ihiTshonld eraTdayslast week, the i:uest of ln"euTbeiiig sifuateZr Tn'ff wide I uuiu inp iiuiuc. jlno more iruiuess nugg;ng a raamwr. 3L thru tho Blood on the Mucous vale with a chain of mountains happen, it would ba best for him hjs fathei I R. Storrji W. P iel prices seal the doom of extravagant, belonging to the Blue Ridge to start communication with the Kigshy was Wro from Lincoln Stiiiafces," expelling the 'Poison from the Blood and healing the sting heating plants. If you want a permember of his Gnu the first of the week on business group ol Virginia on either side. junior fectly heated home and greatly reduced David Masters, of Corbin, was diseased portions. In the center, the cantonment '"Gott" lest some coon, unacquam After you havo taken Hall's is !aid, and to look upon it from ted with the rules of civilized here last week with his brother, fuel bills you will invest in warfare, 'should act indiscreet. Iild. J. V. Musters. a pinucU height, one would Mrs Rov Catarrh Medicine for a'short time although they Sowd'r, of Corbin, is the guest you will see a great improvement The iigine that he was in a Plutonian Fairy laud'. In a sp.it beneath have many faults, I think that of Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Sowder, in your general health Start those shelters, I live to my heart's they are a pretty good bunch of this weok C. A. Wheeldon, who taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at men. Some of the men are died last week at Lancaster, was once and get rid of catirrr Send content. to kid and some times in- brought here as roported iu our for testimonials, free. With regard to mv experience F. J. Cheney & Cp., Toledo, BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN in the Army, I must state that sult them. It is a sympathetic last lettar, and iuterment took w Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. sight to see and hear the darkies place tho following day in Piney AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL it has boeii beneficial to a certain v& extent, but I will be a happy plead in the most sorrowful aud Grovo .Cemetery. It was the in- REFUSES TO ACCEPT GER. mortal whon ha privdege is giv- sympathetic manne"r, 'Give us tention to bury the body with It will sav th nation millions In TOYS. fuel money this winter. Act now. en to return to the quite walks bois a chance, the task we'll do Masonic honors, but on account Refusal to accent 10a cases of it well, Give us boys a trip to of tho epidemic it was impossible of peaceful oitizenship From mf' JO.--, vj t,Na.Ul. present indications, it ls evident! Franco, and we'll Rive.the, Kahi- to gqt any numberof-Masons'totEemtK3"--a 'rT"of' a Z!XmVl! li - and some more lino of this gother. Mr. Wheeldon was a shipment of 5,000,000 pounds of that .Germany will ultimately lose. Perhaps the war will be talk, although if you hippen to member ol Lancaster lodgo of those comm'odities which reached vithin nno'her 12 wander down their .company Masons. A small child of Mr. this country a few days ago, was concluded even if some of the best street, in tho dawn of day or and Mrs. E.L.Harris died Monday announced by Butler Bros., a months, informed military critics contend when the bell In the Old North night with influenza, interment New York City importing house, that it will last two years longer. Church strikes, Clang, Clang, took place tho following after- with branches in Chicago, St. It is certainly truo that peace you will evidently hear other noon in a family ground about two Louis, Minneapolis and Dallas. will not come without victory, kinds of pleas, such as "'Baby m les out of town. Tho bereaved Declaring that "long ago we e.en if it takes a life time to dc. needs a pair of shoes", "Come ones have much sympathy .Mrs eliminated these goods from our liver tho "knock-ou- t punch. Tho little Jog" and other such pleas S. A. Barnes is in Stanford this catalog, accepted our loss and Gernnns in France need a change "Ask any Sammie or Jackie, they week on account of tho illness of forgot all about them," Walter the family of Dr.D.li. Southard. Scott, vice president, said his Dr.W.E.Gravely is a mighty sick concern has set itself against min and his recoyery is very "German propaganda designed sub-sectiJ 8 ol Section Kentucky Statutes. Car doubtful. Dr. Carter, his phy- to re introduce into America roll's Edition J 9 J 5, be and the same is herebyrepzal d and in lieu thereof sician, has hope that ho will re- Gorman made articlos." cover, yet his condition is very Tho shipment was part of a lot the following is hereby enacted : serious and result of tho next few of goods purchased by the firm hours is hard to determine now early in 9 14, he said, some of Section 18 costs of inter-coun- ty seat roads constructed your can ship and get a square deal (Wednesday evening). Drs. Rob- which was received, while" the inson, of Berea, and M. Penning- balance was detained at Rotter- under the provisions of this act shall be paid as follows : In counties havPrice. and ton and Walker Owens, of Mt. dam by war conditions. It was ing an assessed valuation of less than seventy-fiv- e per Vernon, and Dr. Byron Owens, of forwarded, Mr. Scottadded, with, this place, have been in consulta- out instructions and has been cent shall be paid out of the State road fund and the remainder shall be tion with Dr. Carter. A trained abandoned by notice to customs paid by the county. nurse is with him and evetything officials. isjjeing dono that the finest medi- 1 I II Ut ON AMERICAN SOII,. cil skill is in possession of, aud it Ci w. cracmu, Joseph Staploton Sec Proa. October, 1918. is hoped that tho doctor will soou Dear mother: be better. Sylvan Bordes left W. R. GOTT, formerly ot Lancaster is with us. Hero I am back in the U. Wednesday for Corbin where, he 1918 DAY has a good position with an oil S. A., and it seems good to see Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. CHICK ENS, well drilling company. Mr. Bor- American soil once more. I am Mullins, Justice, seconded by Robert Evans, motion of TURKEYS and RABBITS in season. des has had quite u lot of oxpor-iiuc- unablo to write much in details COOPS AND EUG CASES FURNISHED OUR SHIPPKRS the Sheriff of Rockcastle County, open a along this line and is a as to where I will bo located for it is ordered by the Court, Pearl National Dank, Cincinnati, Ohio Reference: mighty good man. H.H.Hutche. the time being, but as soon as 1 poll in each of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County, on the day son, of Middlesboro, is here this receive my orders and get perof November, same being the date of the General Election held in and for week on, account of tho illuess of manently settled, can then write I IXZI2BK Dr. W. ft. Gravely. Isaac R. tnoro fully. said County to ascertain the will of the electors of said county on the elecElm This return trip has 'been a Storm aud Mrs. Sarah F. Herrin for the purpose of a 20 cents road you in favor of v 1 n1 r were man led at tho residence of very pleasant ocean voyage, and tion. iiim-rr- r x our oraer win dc m III 1 V many prlveleges have been ex- constructing and improving of the public roads and bridges, one or both, lAMllk Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Hainm, Tues!L ID If day oveulng, at 7 o'clock, tho tended to us by tho Navy men. to you and of said County may direct. Said taxation to run a as the Fiscal Rov.J.W. Masters officiating. This In view of the fact that wo have receive our careful plenty of time have mado- period of five years, and is further ordered that can not no is the fourth time that Mr. had attention if you cannot visit our store. Storm has been married,, but uiio of this by reading somo good year. be raised by the levy in any one year shall be expended in he was never younger In his books and playing various games. life, and no one would think he is I naturally havo been thinking have complete line of of the folics at home and trust seventy two years old. He is a mighty good cltizon and his many that you are all 'well and happy in Silk Fiber and the in event cents road tax is Whereas, is resolved as" you refrleiid3 join us In wishing tho and will write as soon ceive my addroes. and voted the coming November election in Rockcastle County, then the happy pair a long and joyous Bo sure and remember me to married lite. An infant child'of all my eld friends and tell tbetn for the whole Family is derived from said taxation will be prorated and used in Lucy Rash and Beaslo Howard that I am anxious to hear from Dress Goods in Silks, Serges; Suiting and according to the size of each Magisterial District. It is further died Tuesday and both woro them. Your son, burled at tho Methodist church which is a levy now in force shall be the cents road resolved and Ginghams ; Gloves galore ; T. E. Rich. cemetery Thursday afternoon. the present rate of taxation upon Flannels. Editor: Private Hlch was omitted from the levy of Flannels and Tho epidemic is growing better wounded on the Western front In our town. We have heard of present. the one hundred dollars shall be the same as aud Is being sent back to no new cases for several days and many of those who have been ill are able to be out. W, I A. Tyreo.J.T. Walliu, Mr. and D. For Infants and Children Mrs. Willto Shafer, MUs Ida -Halwinb and Dr. W. K. Gravely In Use For Ovar Years D. aro mighty sickyet. Wo hope, Alwayi tbe however, .that within tho next Signature XEEXZXEZZ 1 garlic-mustar- d -- Shivel couiomp-lat- o t r, know." I sure had n cruel awakening last night. dreamed I dwelt in marhlo halls, and slept on feath era light as day; but when I awoke, by bugle calls, mv bed " sack was filled witli hay. But wait until the Yanks by mil.ions bpgin to rise in Uerlin whoro old Dismark lies, oh won't the Kaiser's little wobby eyes pop in mild surprise. I will now conclude, as the bugles are now sounding Taps, which means LIGHT OUT and hit the hay, and dream about the loved ones at homo. Hoping for an early victory, I am, Respectfully, days their complete rccovoiy will bo assured. c.c.cox t r - BR OD H EAD e Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy MJk What a -- 1111 bon-ton- 1 Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater T (' ( - i 5P' MAN-MAD- E H "'""'"'" "" -- "f v?" An Act of General Assembly 191 RELATING That on TO PUBLIC ROADS 4356X WhySell Your Produce AT HOME Right When 1 The A.D.COATESCO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS 5 SHIP TO $5,000,000, CINCINNATI, O. Wa Street Order Rockcastle County Fiscal Court, October Term 1st OF OCTOBER, On W. D. e that 5th HEZZXtT ni l0:ZXt - rn nn 1 Are roting tax f Uj""mailed 6 Court it that amount that 20 We a 8 TOQUES UNDERWEAR RESOLUTION that Wool; 8 SWEATERS it that at amount that that Outing ' 20 Wool tax, 1919; that Our stock is complete Buy Early JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD CASTOR A 2azxEZErzza:x2jiK :&m 30 at CAM MULLINS, J.R.C.C. FREEMON KETRON, J.P.R.C. MULLINS, J.P.R.C. W. ABNEY, J.P.R.C. J. R. EVANS, J.P.R.C. v W. "mT "im.t, U,nr.Ji it'" "I'y.Ji 'rm&m ir; ,'m Hfm 1 i mJsmmiMHmiimA&mitm&MPyamBam1i Ml, Vernon Signa I'KIDAY, NV I, 1918 nvtistn d every Ft iday by EDGAR S ALllklGHT. S inSCkll'TltlN ONK YKAK fl Advertising tales maut known tu application Wilson Wants Stanley And a Democratic Congress ELECT MEN WHO WILL FIGHT THE KAISER, NOT WILSON SUPPORTERS, NOT CRITICS STANLEY STANDS WITH WILSON IN PEACE AS WELL AS IN WAR BBBB'b'bHbbY BBBBBBBBBkT VJ . 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In a Louisville mornliu? tmticr I a ic;ioit ot a. ceitaln reed resolution ealcl to lmo been passed by the Western Daptlst Association. Tli title ot the paper' report Is "Vote as You l'ray." All Baptists should vote is thev pray. Just now tho burden of our Player should be that tho world may be made safe for democracy. Lloyd GooiKe, premier of Cleat Britain, as you .know, the most distinguished rtnptlst In the vvoild, wrote Mr. president of the Northern Baptist Concntion: "Tell the Baptist brotherhood that we are (iRhtlnpr for Baptist principles." Baptist principles are democratic principles. Demociatlc principles are In this country In the bands nf tbe Democratic party. A Democratic President Is the mouthpiece of that party. Ills word will close the war and determine matters after the war. Behind him every lover of democratic principles should etand today. I am a prohibitionist, but prohibition la res adjudlcata. The Kentucky to-dCole-mnn, y BBBBBBBBBPH . ?. ,j$ fc'u 4k'H&&jBjSmwcJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBH BBBBBBBBBBSB BBBBBBBBH I BBBBBBBBB B iBBBKV- "gMiS i SBbHHbWT ffiR JBBBBEEVjWta jP.?" JtTyPI lMlA- (SV XtSAtVS&aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl V "V TK ? 'BBlixiljl ,vl(4hJMjOB BSBBBBBH .MKjH Wilson Wants a Democratic Senate To Conclude An Early and Victorious Peace. Wilson Wants a Democratic Congress To Aid Him In Bringing the Boys Back Home. expreii joiinches uiimlsliik-mI- I to tluil efteet by returning untitle nmjorltj to liotli the Semite mill llnine of "I inn otir MTMint uiitl will neiept 011 will 11 Uciri-.ciitiitl- cs. .oiip Jiiilcinitit without (iill, but my power to administer the Ktvul Hunt ua- - ' Afvjis, ?y Mat Legislature lias passed tho prohibition amendment. Congress has voted us n dry nation. National piohlbltton Is as dead an Issue as slavery or free silver. The one great Issue Is tho wlnnlntf of the war and tho settlement of the momentous questions arising after the war. Tho.e uueitlons must be settled b tbe party that always stMtsfns tbp, l'reMidpnt. I believe our brother GatUlYe voted us he prayed when he voted to nonit- -, n.ite Cov. Stanley for Senator. I believe Senator Frost spoke as he prayed when he Introduced Gov. Stanley alone; with Senator Beckham. I believe Hon. II. V. McChesney votes as he prays when he supports Gov. Stanley for Senator. I know of no more conscientious Baptists In Kentucky. And there are others. With malice towards none and with charity for all, Insisting as we do on Baptist Individualism iid conscientiousness, 1 am willing to place myself among those nf our brotherhood who believe that this Is the time for all men to be sure they are In perfect accord with our President. Gov. Stanley Is such a man and the President can rely on him during and aft- -. er the war. With all good wishes and high regards fraternally yours for democratic principles In both church and State. W. W. LANDRUM. DON SINGLnTARY, M. M, Moderator. Clinton, Ky. Sttpportetl by a Senate in thorotiph accord with his wise ,)olicics and lofty ideas, Woodrow Wilson vill speedily britt-- ; M&B&&B3BSB$fflBtijM ca and order to a distracted world. Tin", glorious day will ws,'SC?k BiSSIBssBSlvKBBKKU ..bbbI. Hvxytf'w j. JtbbbI jrBBBBBBtV r JtH THrfTv'vKBwBLaHS WSSbBR'wSbpBbbH be delayed if he and his party are repudiated at the polls and mIVbIbbbbbbK Lottie and Teunlse ami that: faWuttl follosser. Di. liruiier, are permitted to heckle and harass hint. Every day's unnecessary continuance ofHhis struggle means the loss of precious lives, means weary hours of watting for the return of our loved ones. Support Wilson, his party and his followers for the sake bV'bbBw''S?b wQK9K9t$L.iW& of our brave boys abroad; indorse him for the sake of their loved ones at home. Gladden the great heart of the first citizen of the world by a vote of confidence on November .". JbHbbbW. B Ft'-- desire the election of Governor Stanhy to the United States Senate." WOODROW WILSON During The "I earnestly Stanley Indorsed By Labor It is my most earnest wish that Mr. Stanley may continue to serve all of the people of the nation, and particularly the wage earners as an official representative in public office. SAMUEL GOMPERS, Fraternally yours. Federation of Labor. Presideirt-'American President Woodrow Wilson. clgued mi" by. the loiixtltuuon would your lie M.'ilouly Impiihed alioiilil Judgment bo mherie, mill I must frankly I I'll .Mill Ml llei'.llln' SO lllllllj crltle.il No Nines iK'iii'tid upon juiir tilllft MTllple of tlse tllllst ill in the lll:c these lie iilhmed to stand .( KIiilt the ilnln trutli. w.iy ut Divided Leadership. "I rme 110 thoimlit of. Mi'iii'stliiB Unit miy pol'llciil p.irtj It. p.iiMiiioutit I feel too In matter of patriotism. deeply the in iu es' which luiM' been m.iile III tli.M war liy nil our cltli-eni' IrrespecllM- - of p.irty iilllllatloiis to such an lileu. I mean only that the dlllieiiltles and delicacies of our liresent tasl. are of sort tli.it make It iiiipeiatlM'ly necessary that the ton shoulil give Its until Wded siiioit to the j;i eminent llinler a iniitleil leadership anil that a Itepuhllr.iu L'oiiKreui . Would dllde the leuiler.shlp. Unity of Command. "The leaders of the uilnnrlty In the present CmiKreMt lme unquestionably but tbey bae been fieen At almost every turn jdnce we entered the war they lnivs MiilKlit to take eliulee of policy and tho ciiMilnct of the war out of m hiiiuN mid put It.under the control of Instrumentalities ot their own cIhhisIhu, "This Is 110 time either for divided council or for illided leadership. l'nlt of (omnium! Is w ne.is,iry now In eh II action as It is upon the Held of battle. If the mill ml of the House; mid the Senate should be taken away from the party now In power an nmjoilij could assume control of legislation und jHI;.'o all action to be taken iiinltNt contest and obstruction. Interpretation Abroad. "The return of u Republican majority to cither Mouse of. the (.'unities:! voiild. moreoMT, be lulerpivtatUe oil le-the other side of the water as Spokes-i- n illation of til) leadership. n of the Itcpubllcan party tire uitf-- ' " jolt to elect a Itepublicau ('on-- 1 s in iT'er to bacl: up and support ' :! eeli If they should 11, 'inn some crediiloini 1. is s .1" of Hie water, thry ei wo, lid Imp'ise on 110 one i)ii the other It Is well understood there as Fide. well as here Ihal Die Republican leaders deslie tint so muih to support the President, us to control blui, "Tbe people of the 11III11I countries wllh whom we are associated ukuIikI lleimnin are ipille fnuilllar with the Sluii'tlillliee of elections. They svou'd lllul II ery illtliiull In liellee that the iii,r ' ' the I'nlted States had so .1 si '.port their President by el it to the ConcreKS a majority controlled by those who are In fact with the attitude and not In Mctlnn of the administration "I need not tell j 011, my that I am jour supixirt, not for my own sake or for the miKb of a political pHlty. but for the sake of the nation itself In order that Its Inward unltj of pmpose may be evident to all the woi Id. In ordinary times divided lounsels can be endured without peimmieiit hurt to the country. Hut these are not onllnnry tlims. "If In llne cr, lliml days It Is your wish to Niisjtiln me with uuilhlded minds. I l".' tluil jou will nny so la n win which It will not Ik- - possible to m:uilcl'slniiil either It home or hiuoMJ our associates on tbe other kid of the sea I juihiult my difflcultlc mid (ny hon-- to von, " (i mtow WM.SOK." -s hur-lio11 11 -t pro-wa11 . Cadiz, Ky.. Oct. 22, 1918. has been called to a statement In the Loulsvlllo press that all tix preachers In our town wero opposed to tho election of Stanley as Senator. Tho author of that pronouncement had never In the consulted me. I am not a Democrat In politics, and am not now Interested one partisan phases of this campaign. But my iober Judgment of the Issues Involved compel me to favor the election of Mr. Stanley in preference to Mr. Bruner. Certain Baptist Associations In Western Ken- tucky have seen fit In the exercises of their Inalienable right to urge our people to vote against Mr. Stanley, but to that advice I cannot consent. The I'rohobltlon question is a negligible matter In tills campaign. That Issue haa reached such a etage that no matter which man Is elected, his votu will fall on the right side. .Mr. Stanley's personal prohihabits past or present do not determine on which side his vote will be cast. When natlon-wld- o bition comes to a vote, good sen&c and good politics will put Stanley on the prohibition side. But, were his prohibition, I should still emphatically favor his election. vote known to be against nation-wid- e The support of tho President In the prosecution of this war Is also a secondary matter. Both Mr Bruner and Mr. Stanley can be depended upon to fight this war through to a finish. In the present fever-heof American patriotism, It would not be good senso or good politics for a Senator not to do so. Were the patriotic prosecution of this war the issue between these two men, I would not turn my hand over for the difference between them. Tho Issue In this campaign Is greater and mcro vital than either of the things named. That lssuo is For this: Shull certain definite Ideals of social, economic and political Justice for the world be realized the first time in many years we seem to have a President whose thinking Is as clear and thorough as his purpose is positive nnd unshakeable. Thinkers and Idealists to whom this era of Justice has been a pleasant dream, and who have been somewhat skeptical of all politicians and their promises (even of Wilson at the outset) nra now confident that they have- as a President a man whose thought moves on as lofty a pitch as theirs, and who also has the political acument to translate those Ideals Into legislation. OUIt CONFIDENCE IS IN WOODltOW WILSON. Let mo quote from a recent magazine Issue: "Progressive citizens of whatever party have adopted President Wilson as their leader." The crucial matter In this campaign Is not what Stanley or Bruner will do while tho war Is on, but what they will do when the war U ended. Either man will fight the war through to a finish it would be his finish If he did not. But, tho probabilities are that one man would follow tho leadership of Ills party clileftuln und go Wlll'ltl WOOI'HOW WILSON IS GOING, while the other man would line up with one of tho two sections of the Itepubllcan party. It is on that "probability" that I FAVOtt WHOLE HEAB.T-EDLTHE ELECTION OF STANLEY AS OUIt SENATOIt. Wilson lias tho Ideas and tho Ideals; bo needs now- - tho chanco to put them Into law. I am for gliiiij--. hlni tho MAN HE WANTS so that full responsibility can lie thrust on blni for unr fill line, If there Is failure. To my mind these vast and matters of social Justice, of economic right, of political liberty demand with compelling voice that every man who loves his follow shall vote for Stanley as a Sincerely, LESLIE I SANDEHS, Pastor First Baptist Church. Wilson man. My attention halr's-breudth at Y world-slgnlllca- Cadiz Minister Exposes Campaign Canard Spanish-Americ- an War, ROOSEVELT SAID: "A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in the eyes of Europe, be read as a refusal to sustain the war. ' ' If THEN, Why Not NOW? BECKHAM BACKS STANLEY and traveled a thousand miles to bring to you this message that your President and his associates are watching with anxious and intense interest the outcome of this election in Kentucky and are hoping that you will not fail to show your appreciation of the splendid work which has been done by giving a vote of cnr'idcncc on the November election day and electing to the Senate Gov. A. O. Stanley. SENATOR J. C. W. IIF.CKIIAM. I have left the most pressing and urgent duties at the National Capital World Will Consider Election of Republican Congress a Repudiation of Wilson President Says "A Vote For Bruner Is a Vote Against Me." Democratic Defeat Would Hamper Nation At Critical Time. "My Fellow Countrymen: "The Congtesslou.il elections are at hand. They occur In tho most critical period our country has ever faced or is likely to faco approved ot my leadership and wish me In our time, If ou to contlnuo to be your unembarrassed spokesman In affairs at home und ulroad, I earnestly beg that you will express yourself unmistakably to that effect by returning a Democratic majority to both the Seuatu and limine ot ltepresentatives. "I mi our servant and will accept your Judgment without cm II, but my power tu administer the grcut trust assigned me by the constitution would be seriously Impaired, should your Judgment be adverse, and 1 must frankly tell you so because so many critical Issues depend upon jour verdict. No scruple of taste must In grim times llko theso be allowed to stand In the way of speaking tho plain truth. Divided Leadership. "I have no thought ot suggesting thut any political party Is lue '..! paramount in matters of patriotism. I feel too deeply tho sacrifices which have been made In this war by all our citizens irrespective of party affiliations to harbor such un Idea. I mean only that the difficulties and delicacies of our present task ure of a b rt that makes it imperatively necessary that tho nation should glo Its undivided support to t,ho government under a unified leaderuclp and thut a Itepubllcan Congress would divide the leadership. Interpretation Abroad. "Tho return of a Itepubllcan majority to either House of tho Congress would, moreover, be interpretative on the other side of the water as a repudiation of my leadership. Spokesmen of the Itepubllcan party are urging you to elect a Itepubllcan Congress In order to back up and support the President, but even If they should In this impose upon some credulous voters on this side of the water, they would impose on no one on the other side. It is welt understood there as well as here that the Itepubllcan leadrrs deslro not so much to support the President as to control him. "The people of the Allied countries with whom wo ure associated against Germany are quite familiar with tho significance of elections. They would find It very difficult to believe Hint the voters of tho United States had so chosen to support their President by electing to the Congress a majority controlled by thou who are In fact not In sympathy with the attitude and action of the administration. For SuLo of Nation. "I need not toll jou, m fellow countrjmun, that I am asking your support not for my own sake or for tho sake of a political party, but lor the s.ike of tho nation Itself In order that Its Inward unity of purposo nuy bo evident to all tho world. In ordinary times I would not fuel at liberty to make such an appeal to you In ordinary times 1'lvlded counsels can be endured without permanent hvrt to tho .ountry. But these mo not ordinary times. "If In these crlilcal days It Is your wish to sustain me with undivided minds, I leg that you will say so In a way which It will not be possible to Misunderstand either at homo or among our associates on the other side of the sea. I submit my difficulties und my hopes to you. "WOODltOW WILSON." DON'T BE A SLACKER AT THE POLLS VOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET NOVEMBER 5 Berre, Oct. Sg. Ludeudorff's resignation is iuterprotcd to moan thut Germany is expecting that tho Allies armistioo tortus will inuludu tho handing over of the German Jlleot, the cession of Mel; and Strassburg to tho Allies and the Allies occupying tho fortifications of Cologne Maunheiui und Goblonz as a guarantee of Germany's acceptance of President Wilson's conditions A precedent for the third condition is Betutrmmi dispatch on July 31, 1914, asking Frauco to remain neutral Uoll-weg- 's s ObiidrenOry FLETCHER'S C.ASX.O.RIA FOR aud requesting Gorman occupa- ful toll on a sorely afflicted countion of Toul und Verdun as it ty. Am anxious each week to KunrtinU'O of French neutrality. get tho Signal to learn of conditions in my(hcme town and counSLKEP AND REST. One of tho most common causes ty, yet dteud to peruse its colof liuomnia and restlessness is umns fearing to seo tho record of deaths occutlnL' daily among indigostlou. Take one of Tablets immediately 'our people. Rockcastle shall ever romain after supper and seo if you do not rost better and sleep better. my "home place," and the weThey only cost a quarter. lfare of its people Is something in which I take gieatost Interest. In this dark hour of gloom and DyJ. M. grief sustuln-by our people J Twenty seven deaths in Rock- surely with thnm castle, within ten days. An aw. in ones culled Chaui-borlain- 's WAYSIDE NOTES theirKar away. 1 have experienced the awful loss of family and bave known months of utter loneliness and despair. Tho Qod of us all knows what is best, tho it seems difficult to comprehend at times, the load placed upon us. "God tempers tbe wind to the shorn lumb," and lie will not forget His people. Tho Flat Hock school gave a pio supper on October 5th, which The ptoceeds was a success.' woro $80.50 Not only the young but tbe old as well showed a great interest. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. Do not imagine that becausa other cough medicines failed to give you relief thut it vill bo the same with Chamberluii.'s Cough Remedy Dear in mind that from a small beginning this remedy lias gained a world wide rep utation ana immense sale. A medicine must have exceptional merit to win esteem wterover it becomes kuown. ABOUT CROUP. If your children ure croup, or If ,'you have reason to fear their being attacked by that disease, you should procure a bttlo of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and study tho directions for use, so th'at in case of an attack you will know J exactly what course to pursue. This is a o and very successful remedy for croup, and it is important that you observe tbe directions care. lav-ont- Mibject to Cbas. A. Davis lost a lino Boys' High Top Boots utf.ow young stullion Sunday from Cut prices at Fish's. foundering on oats. MMMkMMMMM fcMMfestae mfaimdZ!!jto2p ' Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky,,Nov. i, 1918 LOCAL Good heavy Corduroy a 79 up "No. 7" wnn want toOommunl. one with BIONAL wf. n A men at Fish'. Fish's Ere selling clothes for less than they can replace them. Luther Manls will open a grocery, restaurant and meat market In the Miss Kato Moore prop- suits for it1ittttilt?i?iif??fitt?! I - A THE OASH STORE MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY DiMMi'S CASH GROCERY STORE Fresh Meal, 25 lb Bag erty. louitvillt & Nmhviuc R n.Co. Paris, Oct. 31 An armistice botween tho Allies and Turkey TIMB TADLE. nortn 21 north 23 south Jl South 12 was signed todav at Minos, It is officially announced. 4.57 p m m 12:35 p to 12:45 a m 3:35-0 ... FOil ftliNT. $1.10 Just received a fresh shipment of 8 room house, with two large halls, fino garden, large chicken I as. Landrum, Agent. run, two pasture lots. Formerly No. 8. PHnne occupied by Mrs. Mary E. Wilnterrd at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoitoTice liams. m atroml'Ciami niail matter. tt. G. Williams. Pilgrim Coffee JVI aMMB Big Stock of Clothing At Burdctto Owens and Gilbert one present, and when the each and every ffamily had Hayes, of the Ottawa section arc pledged for a Liberty Bdnd. " A at ei diog Centre College S. A. T. splendid record and the loyal C. at Danville. putriotic citizens of Scaffold Cane Morris Brown who has been are certainly to be commended Very sick with influenza at his for such an expression of their home in East Berustadt, is re- loyalty to the Stars and Stripes. ported bettar. ' FLU. Mrs. Alice Childress was Flu conditions are very much called to Middletown, Ohio last night on account of the serious improved in Mt. Vernon. The only new cases reported this illness of her daughters. week are Logan Arnold and fam Charley Thompson has been ily and Marshal Pleas DeBord with bis wife and other relatives and wife. Mr. Ardold and wife since Sunday. He will return to certainly tried to do their part Camp Upton today and Mrs. for thoso who have been sick Thompson will go with him. heretofore and it is now up to the John Mullins, of Borea, who peopla to see that Mr. Arnold has been in such a serious con has proper attention. dition with pneumonia following The doctors report tho general iuflucDZi, U reported better. He conditions throughout tho county is at the Robinson Infirmary. very muchimproved,.yet thero W. M. Mullins received a letter are some serious'casos in differthis morning from his son, Rich ent sections. ard. who Is now in Franco DEATHS. Grant Mullins is also across. Tho following deaths have been Their address is 38th Div. Hdf reported from influenza and Lr., A E. F. Franco. pneumonia since our last isuo. Ramoy Richards, who n ot only While the toll is much lighter had influenza and pneumonia, but than reported last week, yet it is had appendicitis as well, has restill heavy for a county with no turned from the Pennington greater population than Rockcasfeeling very much better. tle. He will go hack for an operation The list follows: in about two weeks. Miss Risse Dolan, of Pine Hill, Davo Clark of the Orlando sec sister of Mrs R. A. Welch. tion had a message today stating Mrs. Harrison RatnseyiV daugh his son, Albort Clark, was seriously ill on the U. S. Battleship ter ot Mrs. Geo. Gentry anu a lllirols, at or neur Fortress Mon- sister of Eugene Gentry, who roe, Va. Young Clark volun- died Thursday night and Mrs teered iu the Navy about July 1st. Ramsey died Friday. A small child of Wiley Cable of J. 0. Bullen, Bob Ambrose, Tommy Jones, Cecil Litiville, near Brodhead. Hobart Mullins, son of Charley John Vaughn and Roy Llnville will leave In a few days for Mod Mullins of near Withers. Bob Bakor, age about 23, son Camp Knox, near Louisvillo to help build the Army Camp. All of Jack Bakor, of Orlando. these are residents of Scaffold Robert Moore, son of Tom Cane. Moore of near Livingston. Ben 'Jennings, ,ono of the best A small child ot David Baker, prluters In the U. S. A., who was Pine Hill. with tho I. J. at Stanford for a Two deaths aro reported on long time and who Is now stat- Crooked Creek but wo aro unable ioned at Camp Sheridan, Ala , to get the namos was hero a few hours Wednesday Mrs. J. R. Evans, wife of Mag. to see his old friond Mathew istrato J. R. Evans. Pinzol and family. A small child of Dock Clifford. Private Irvlno Rice of tho Con. Asonof'Rov. Wm. Durham way section dlod at an army camp this week and was buried and two childreu of Tom of Johnetta. at Conway. He had been in Mrs. John Payne, of near Livtiva tho service about four or Mrs. months and was married a short ingston, died last night time before going in. His trouble Payne was a daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dick Sowder. was Spanish Influenza. A Mrs. GUI, whose 'home was Other Bullock, who has been in Laurel County, died yesterstationed at Columbus Barracks, Ohio for soma months, came day at the home of her daughtor home a week ago just after being near Cove. An eighteen months old child released from the hospital on ac i ount of the Flu. Ho made tho of Mr. and Mrs. Will .Hansel was trip out to Hansford in tho night, brought here lroin Harlan Sua- burittl nd has been very sick since. day meet-close- d Phil-bec- k We are glad to correct a mistake we made two weeks ago in Judge Louis Walker was horo announcing the death of a son from Lancaster yesterday. of Al Adams of the Quail section. Dock Reynolds is reported Will Adams, we- understand, arsome better, lie lias been very rived safely overseas some days sick. ago and the other .son, Jim, who Arthur Daily und wife who was at homo two weeks or more were so very sick last week, are ngo returned to Camp Taylor better feeling fine after a visit home. S. K. Hellard and family left Notice to uskrs ok Electric yesterday for Livingston to mako Lights- their homo. On account of trnublo Aith our V. C. Tuto is able to bj out and generator, we are unable to give V. L Durhamand Mathew Finzl tho service to our patrons that will soon bo out. we want to givo. Be pitient a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker few nights until a man can get and Mrs. Fanny Ko.ve have re- a man from the city to make the necessary repairs and the all turned from Harlan. Walter Kcndarauii vnitas from night sorvico will follow. ' Mr. VcciMt.'PwK G. " Camp Merrif, New Jersey that he is liking army life fine. Scaffold Cano school district Miss Turner, Matron of Lang-do- has the credit for being, the only Memorial, is still very sick, district in the county which stood 100 per cent on tho Liberty Loan but better than last reported. drivo. Atty C. C. Williams and Mrs W. H. Fish and young son, William, have been with Chas C. Davis made that place; relatives in London during the thero wore twenty five heads of families, which included every week. n PERSONAL 22C per lb. EAT Less Than Wholesale Shoes at Less Than Wholesale tation. for fair dealing. Men and young-men- , come on and get your winter suit while we have your size in the pattern you like and save yourself $5 to $10. You take no chance in trading at this store. You know us or know our repu- Drummo lid's LI VI NGSTON :: i 1 ; .;: : t ::. :::::: t 11 a 1 aa a Lot of Corduroy Suits for Men at - - $12.50 Lot Men's Worsted Suits extra values, at $J5to$35. MEN'S SUITS MEN'S HEAVY SHOES $2.50, $3;, $3.50 and $4. MEN'S LACE BOOTS RED CROSS NOTES. persons who are knitting sweaters and sox are requested to bring tnein-tKed Cross head quarters tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, also bring tiie scraps of yarn vou have left. There will be new sweater yarn waiting for you. All MEN'S SUITS mUmMmJmim vl'ff &H 15 in. Tops at $7.65 BOYS' HIGH TOPS bSs$3..;$3.50$4.&$4.50 OUR CLOTHING CASES AND RACKS ARE LOADED WITH FINE j CLOTHES AND EVERY SUIT HAS HAD THE PRICE CUT. THIS STOCK IS SELLING LIVELY AT THE PRICES WE ARE MAKING. Food Administration sell mill any wheat pro duct must pledge the buyer uot no feed same to any stock other than milk cows, young pigs.and young calves. I sn.ll furnish these pledges upon application. All merchants must keep a re cord of all suerar sold. Each merchant should have a sugar ledger, having a sugar account with each customer. The following is a suggested form: who feeds-containin- All merchants g Don't Wait Too Long to Make Your Selection, DO IT TheHomeof TO-DA- Y HART SCHAFFNER & M ARX Clothes Cuatomar Wo iamllr In AmL of aural John Jones Nov. 1st " 10th " iGth " 25th 6 arallabl. 12 ' buy more. The Government is insisting that it have the names of these people. Each sugar t be charged to tha head Wo can then ot the house. check up the merchants sugar records and furnish tho Govern Amt bought ment the names of these disloyal Americans. 2lb H. T. Young, Rockcastle Coun 4lb ty Food Administrator, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 3lb sale-mus- OmCIAL BALLOT GENERAL ELECTION Nov. 5, 1918 -- "v 3lb Eugene Gentry who died last Friday was a member of the Jr. Some people have been dis- 0. U. A. M., and in less than loyal enough to buy all the sugar twenty four hours after his death that thoy were entitled to at one that order had paid his burial store and then go to another and expense. i2lb Campaign Canard The statement circulated by Dr. Bruner and others that Governor Stanley in a speech at Cin cinnati on March J 6, 1918, that prohibitionists were worse tyrants than the Kaiser and bigger fools is absolutely false, and was immediately corrected by the paper which published it. Congressman Alfred A. Allen and other distinguished guests who were present have also contradicted it. Democratic Party FOR U. S. SENATOR A. O.STANLEY Henderson, Ky. 6o I 1 Are you in favor of "a 20-ce- nt - Yes.... No.... Republican Party FOR U. S. SENATOR ( direct road LJ BENL.BRUNER Louisville, Ky. tax? : FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS, NAT. M. ELLIOTT Corbin.Ky. I I I FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS. J.M.ROBSION Barbourviile, Ky'. I I I ... .!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:!"" jtJ.tt!tJ!!!JI;j;SS,,,,,,",a.aaaaa.a... . . . This false statement is made at the of-the close campaign for the purpose or preju dicing Governor Stanley in the eyes of the temperence people and to secure a repudiation of Woodrow Wilson at the polls. THOS. S. RHEA, Campaign Chairman. Rex Griffin, son of Kdgar Griffin and a grandson of 0. M Cum-rain- s, of Corbin, died at Camp Taylor "of influenza and his body was. brought to Maretburg for at eaa. ").),. I H. BROWN I . :a. Right Here Am "Hi Tk, to PERUNA Mrs. Kate Marquis, Logan Co., Ohio, writes as follows: Mid-dlebur- g, A IS Sgi 1 burial Wednesday. Another Rockcastle boy who paid the price for tho freedom of mankind. eat.. aa. Althought ho never saw tho West em front, yet his sacrifice is just ... as great and his .memory should .a.. be held as sacred iu tho bosom of Oaa S.a. all liberty loving people. loea... ... Just plain old BILL BROWN just moved from the tunnel, right into the middle of town. lh'ing your Produce ami como to seo niu. 1 Will Pay You Highest Price. 'aa 'at ae e I t.aaaa a. as a... "I have used Peruna with success. It bas cured me of catarrh of the head and throat. It Is the have ever used. I am completely cured. Thanks to Peruna." Mrs. Marquis Is but on of many thousands who know ths value of Peruna for that catarrhal condition of the membranes responsible for many of the human Ills. FokSalk: A good team of I Completely 'JL&L Cured If you horses, wagon and harness or a)ea will sell one or both soporutely. e..a Soe W. T. Davis, Mt. Vernon, a)e- a- . W.H.BROWN t 111111 .e ' Ky. ax i. 1111 i I j 1 1 : it I 1 1 i 11 1 .t 1111 j1 1 1 i!ii!!ii a;;; : t ., !!! S obj.ct to liquid remidt ask for Peruna In tablet fa UhlldrexTOff FOR FLElCHtaS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SIGNAL 1V LduU iuisiismamm .Children Cry for Fletcher's LOOK OUT FOR ' PETER PERKINS The C'.ary cf a Man Who Camo To. Ly Abby M.culr Roach. S: I I sn The Kind Tou Bare Always Bought, and which has been la use for over thirty years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " ". arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. It tiT wi Kill 11 nearly nine o'clock when lu from Ihe Held thai l'o-- I f&jtyi, , I Just-as-go- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props and Soothing Syrups. It te pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other' narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2a&0&i The Kind TH OINTAUW iiIrIiL 'I In' wore x.nliij,' hay iintl daylight, tin) Ik1 wiin tlreil. Noon to nine wus .me Hlivlih to go without Inking on my fuel. ltenMeji hu wits grouchy, a with the draft Jim I1111I hud lo k tint day I Nannie, who wns wutchtng, had his nieiil nil the tuhlu by the time hu mt.i ready. She Imd hud u hurd day herself, whnt with Jim mid the Iuiuno nnd the IiuMch. Hut xhe wiim there HttiffI nnd Hhu with the CDOils-li- ot l'e-ttdiorc kiivu nuin Nome plateful felt the comforting effects of that meal hefore he hud i.'often nt It.. And still he hud to !iae Ills growl I "r'lne time ' day t' he m'ttln' down supper!" he suild. "Might lis well be Home o' them Noo York swell 'dinner nt nine,' mid then on t' a. show on' dunce." "Well, one more Job V th' good," Nnunle Minlled. "Il'n like the service Dug (minted on the big, white barn would lutv. unother star put on It, th' lady said t'll.iy we are Hi folks t' practice whut folks like her lire preachln'; and nhe said she didn't knew but whut ourn wus th' Ininlent 1 er f miM wo hadn't ought t' pit mild nt- pcoV like you," she stjil "Shu said oil Just d.dn't have th mind, er you hadn't got lb' vision, Kill I'm mad. You malic mo bile nil out! Y' nint Hi only person that's Hli'k t' death ' food. "Seemu M;e. mh.io people enn't think o nothln' In' the world but food. I'.ul wouldn't make a god u' my Hloniit I; fer nollilii' y' coithl gle me. All tvi iieeil Is enough; un' i.iy stomlcli nln't where t lite, 0t me tell y'. I've got t heart vnd nn.vwiijs u place fer a bra'it "I do th.'iil; o' oflier people alon; with us mid ourn. All oilier people are Just like us and our peiplo 'hm't you reckon that th' people ovel there feel Just like we do abo.it Jlml "1 don't know whut kind ' man y think y' are. Y uln't no man at all, just some sort o' low uiihual. You'd light out ihe food lu u life boat You'd piiLwiitnculind children befon ' Into th' llghllii'. You don't wen see, when jour own brother Is li H I 1 woiihln'.t put it past y' t' sle.i cniidy from a child." 1 lialfl'glit. "Th' lady waning, nnd Mio looked bigger Hint-hdid, somehow, slumllng there In Hit Are You Asleep at the Switch ? . Me:i are get ing robbed of all their money every day by carrying it around or kaving it about their homes Take no chance At beposit your monev Solid in-th- e PEOPLES BANK Banking Institution, Mt. Vernon A Good- - If you do not want to use it at once'you can get interest on , it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money part. "1 went In with Jim, y' know, and In Use For Over 30 Years. You Have Always Bought COMMNV. NKW VOWK CITV. From "Over There" ;jr--.- jf They tell us the only time " Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous, "Our own Yanks" have started them whistling. Let's back them up by subscribing to the Fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH there." "She says we sent tefi mtlltoa to.is ' food over Inst eur, but tills year It's got t' be lifteen million. We fed a million un' u half o' our suldlvrs but next )ear It will hu twlct as many, bcshlcrt all them other people behind th' lines. "She sajs we've Just not cut out more waste un' all these luxurlc ind extrys er we will want, even cf we huven't done It ylt, an everybody else will unci git licked, too ylt with Jim In It ef we don't do our part In every way." "Where's that half o pie that wn left from dinner?" I'eter Inquired, having Just nlxmt demolished all op position antl looking for fresh terruh to turn hU attention to. "Oh, I'eter, you can't have dessert twlct a day I Whut was I Just tellln y'? Pie tukes sugar nnd pie take flour and pie takes KliiirteuiuV and ' know It's nil them tilings that th (I'ove'nient wants us t' sine fer th soldiers an' th' other people met th' plg. linvln f do wlthnut, not really. Why, flie says In her country th' little children hnc been aln' their sugar fer their soldiers, and lu Itcxiililit and a lot o' them other place over theie the) 're lit In' on stuff that we wouldn't think was fit fer much of an thing but afterwiiuls I H'.uppeil by nnd heerd tout lady from th' other side thut th' (iove'meiit's M'lulln' round. My, but It inak.es y' uuilerstiuid a ot better and brings thlngt cluster t y', t hear Homebody talk like that, that's educated, an' 'as been there, nnd c'n make Ik ul I so clear "She rciys th' war hasn't really touched this country ylt; wc don't Know uothlu' about smoke er blood er 1 f i'eier had l.ml Ids p!e. lie went out nn the porch, tat no sign of retraction or modification leached lilm, not een the clearing away of the dishes, Hint decent disposal of Ihe late casualties. He felt pretty sick, and of course it whs the pie hot as it was, nnd late, and him dogtlied I though half a pie lifter seemed very much in peace times. Stilt this was war; Peter real- izeii it; war outside and In. The house was dark nnd still, and he had an uneasy feellna of a slloi.i hgure In the further room, sitting, Judging, Curiously enough, the same llgure seemed sitting, Judging, lu himself. Oaggone it all! couldn't nnliod understand that what was the maltei with him was Jim's going? nc had had too ninny babies lo be called yel himself, and he had accepted Ills but he felt like a jellow cur, he felt like a loafer ami n shlik, with Jim going. And he had said he did as much as the soldiers! aud had Implied thut they ought to look ou for themselves! Where would he be If they did, and If ull those other people had done It! Is.klng out for Peter Perkins, n .hoa.wed, .alt uAonf against the Hun? Nannie wus right. People, who behaved like hlui were Ilunpeople, whntever their country. Ixxiklng out for Fster Perkins was a Hun motto. Look out for Peter Perkins, Indeed. If he wus like that! He groped ,K wuy In at last to where still Kit, rigid, by the children's bedside, and It was tery much like a child himself thut he slip, ped awkwardly down beside her, sure . ...... ,u.1IK I.I.. I.. tf tli.i. I. KiuuncKs ami under- fctandlng that l.e had reviled and that he ho depended on. "Oh, Nan," he gulped, "th' kid's gone, nnd th' most we c'n do ain't half enough f back him. l,et's cut out Hi' pie and anything else tl.it will help till w"e gotten rid o' th" Iluu," BANK WITH US 0 Peoples Bank 0 You Will Be Pleased - IK! IE lssBlslMSeirii . with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "ft:el" of the clotli'aml its individual design when ordered from United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS suitings and ovcriiHWinj' with overcoatings fabrics that will delight the )Oiing man of fash- ion and make the business man look tins part. Tailored to your intimate indies with the skill that makes no mistakes. Prices extremely low. jit ,.. u. ,w..f hls-wlf- e Shir-le-y .!,. C. Adams, Brodhead Bank of Mt. Vernon AUSTRIA HAS HAD ENOUGH. In the direct and informal Ian Ruago oi tho curb, "Austria has kicked in." Tho news which a few mpnths since would have created so wide a sensation, is fully discounted; and is received with that complacency that fol lows 'upon tho consumatiou of a deal thut long has been success, fully Jn train; and which now is virtually complete to the profit of the party of the first part; and the salvation of tho party of tho second part. Austria would gladly have quit tho war long ago. had it not been involved in what our rural Kentuckians know as a the same being equally difficult to roleaso and to maintain. Austria now sees no good rea son for dawdling along with her former Prussian masters in the matter of negotiations. This is a seusible view of the matter; and especially so siuco Austria is en abled to see with tho eyes of the world that her fotuter Prussian under masters are mow impotent to "Where's that pier. Peter half structions from their officers laughed, half growled, lie was lookmike things perilous, or cvun ing. In the safe uud the disagreeable for her. Austria that tho harder thoy rosist now "You'd better let me have bread box. It because tho better armistice- terms tho III find It. wishes to bo left alono to seek Pie or die! Pie at any something to eat, something to Germans will bo offered. Pris- prlcu for me! I'll eat Jim's piece, now, fer him. Touih me nnywljeres else, wear and a place to lay his weary oners stato.that thoy 'have im but leave me easy In ray atoinlck. I phcit, faith that success in holdhead. Moautime, the Czechs and tell y' that's where a man Uvea," Hut Nannie would not smile. She the are given full sat ing back the Americans now will over the cupboard whr she isfaction; and it is apparent that have an importunt effect on the went put pietoaway for tomorrow's dinlmr diplomaiicsituatiou. any of tho subject peoples may ner and got It apd set It on the table There was no important infan- before, him. Then she wheeled and go as far as they like in self do try activity on the American started Into the other room. On tho termination so fur as Austria is front today. However, tho artil vcrgo of Its ominous silence and obconcerned. scurity she paused, however, and lery on both sides was busy, the turned. The last of th dayilfht ira As an element of emphasis to Germans sending over Austria's noto we find tho gal. sbolls and wo replying with 7.S00 some lant Italians capturing 9,000 Aerial activity is above 10.000. prisoners on the Italian (Piave, .the normal, thirteen Boclio fliers presumably) front; and ctherwise being brought down by our comforting themsolves as if they . never hud beard the word peace. In France tho Allies aro pro- m WHITE & CO. 3UISVILLE, KV. ceeding about their business with a coustancy that gives tho lie to 5rl ataortmtnt d lull valuo paid that talk of all suggestions UNDERTAKER EM8ALMER wFUBS poaco "might weaken our morale. iat nnd These facts muke the giving at Dn KY. 1 "tail-holt- " "Oh, fer th' Lord's sake!" Peter broke out. "I'ood, food, food! ami money nn' 'other people" ever senre th' biuret o' this damned war. Seems like a feller c'n linte anything he wants t' eat Just ao's he don't want It and It ain't eatable. I'm sick 't death way of Austria the more useful o' food." "Oirn-breanild vegetable and fruit and interesting; and from this viewpoint it is impossible to see nnd eggs and milk uud chickens," Nannie murmured. why Austria should not be given Hut Petar was, In no mood to listen and accept her quietus within a "Carlo' more about all them other peo ple than about your own husband and very shott time. Then Turkey children Curln' more about them over there than about all us GREATLY BENEFITED BY people over here! We're Just as Im CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS wc no just as IKirtant as nnjoooy. much. Just as much the "I am thankful for tho good I soldiers. We dosays so, and youasknow Jlin have received by using Cham bet It They couldn't git along without Iain's Tablets. About two years us. Look out fer Peter Perkins is my t' ago when I began taking them I inotto. gotW've got our do our work and we've food 't do It on." f have was suffering a great deal from '"I1i, lady said' Nannie sMke after distress after eating, and from a moment in a quiet voice, "that some headacho and a tired, languid leople seemed Itlike they couldn't un got them er Mine o' derstand until feeling due to in digestion and a th' people they cared about. She said torpid liver. Churaberlaiu'i Tab-lot- s that was why so many people was hegliinln' corrected these disorders in Justthis country. t' understand really In Hut she said " a short time, and since taking Peter had gotten up and was looktwo bottles of- them my health ing around him llko a baited bull, and has been good," writes Mrs, M. Nannie rose, too, her voice urgent and .linking a little with emotion, "she P. Harwood, Auburn, IS. 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