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Mount Vernon signal: November 15, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918111502_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 15, 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. DlSCOju ! f " . V f"f .' i L PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ml iecmm MT. VERNON, Signal FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1918 ESTABLISHFD 1887 j VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNT ? NUMBER 8 failed to oboy draft board orders from the penalties which aro attached under the law. A single order from the General Staff would suffice to start another stream of men flowing into the cantonments and bring the work or fight and all other wartime requirements back into force. i GERMANY World War Ended At 5 o'clock Monday morning, which was 11 o'clock Paris time, the armistice, which brought to a close all hostilities and onded the great world war was signed. The fighting is over but be great task ofjmakjne the terms of tliepeace is yet to come. Such drastic terms have .never beiore been demanded by any victor, in any war in the post. It may be January or later before the actual terms of peace are signed. V SURRENDER KAISER QU T ! Children Ory CASTfRIA FOR FLETCHER'S n0. "BALL-BANDht J A Vs " Ught-Wog- Rubbers The war is practically oye)r; the call for men is being rescinded. Wh realize that there. are several hundred merlin Rockcastle County who have'not bought heir 511 Suit or Overcoat expecting to go to War, so 'we are going to make these men a classes now in progress at these camps, bat it was intimated here that the stadents would be per mitted to complete the course. Formal orders or announcements, will be issued soon quostioaSr Cancellation of all draft calls and induct practically has nullified the famous "work or fight" order promulgated i last summer, and under which, thousands of men flocked to essential industry on pain of immediate induction, though local boards have been ordered to continue (classifying after physical examination men between "18 and 36; The "work or fight" order falls .by, reason; of the fact that the only penalty attached was that of being placed in Clasju.. With. I cover-1ogaU!sua ions-yesterd- y -- They fit snug. They wear long and they are neat and good-looking rubbers. ISlKlANff They bear Ball Trade Mark which stands for (Quality inevery kind of rubber footwear. For men and women and boys arid girls. Buj$fiem for your fany and avoid colds. v ' f. ;v. tar V REDUCTION ON THEIR FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT, . calisstoppedthe'Governaiont has no power to penalize the nones- behave a full Km., ne N T$m?$0 .v The successful man is the one who knows how to make a dollar go the farthest whether he buys a Suit or Overcoat, or just a pair of hose. We will help you buy wisely sential employment. The cessation of draft calls found the worn of classifying all registrants under the 18 'to extended limits more than 60 per cent complete in the United States and entirely emplete in some States and localities The stopping of th'e calls does not relieve any aejinquent wno nas 45-ye- of Ball Bands for Men, Women and Children 3w:f..-(.i:-i THE CASH STORE $15. to $35. Why Sell Your Produce AT HOME When your can ship and get a square deal apd Right Price. SUTTON & MCBEE "EVERYTHING TO WEAR" I A, D. COMMISSION MERCHANTS 51 COATES CO. WlnUt StrOOt c. w. SHIP TO Joseph Stapleton CINCINNATI, O. sec. Cracraft, LIVINGSTON dered, a house to house canvass Editor, what has become of our mother meets son; when brother t I was made to purchase explosives friend at Rrodhead. We mean and sister shall meet: when u 10 Mr. and Mrs. G. S Griftin and and none could bo found in our the Dr., has he absquatulated (in sweethearts shall meet; when daughter, Jalette, aro in Louis city. It was too grand a victory English means gone), or is ho off son and tho gray hnlred father ville this week. Mr. and Mrs. for the town of Livingston to fail taking another course in medi- shall be reunited; then .there will J. L Hgghes, of Corbin, are with to celebrate, so we procured what cine? Wo learned today that be joy on earth and many be the Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr. and we wanted at East Ikrnstadt, and Logan Ovcrbay, living near town, prayers that wilL ascend the Hill Mrs. Thomas Farley. Mrs. Al- about 8 p.m.; a crowd of the citi has had the flu and it had gone in- of Zion. Mrs. J. H. Owens has C returned home from Hazel Patch fred (Jrain, who was forsaken by zens loaded with fire works and a to pneumonia ; he Is very sick. her husband soveral years ago, box of dynamite ascended Mount McMartln is in Louisville this whore she has been soveral days Mr. and Mrs. Robert caring for tflu patients- .- Mrs. D. living near town, died Sunday Pisgah, which is tho mount over- week. night of the flu and was burled at looking tho town, and when the Sams and Mrs. Henry Brum B. Rambo is in Stanford this of Calls burying ground summit was reached the music mit have returned from Ham- week on account of siokness of tho Moborly Joe Griffin living some of her relatives. The Kaiser Nullifies Tuesday. She leaves soveral began. Explosives were set off ilton, Ohio. loss that jarred tho earth and was a couple miles out of town, is said he would eat Christmas din small children to mourn her or It very low with flu. for miles urour.d. nor in Paris, what is tickling us Mr. and Mrs, Claud Grifliu and heard Well, tho Kaiser has had to ab- now is that ho can't got to. eat it children, of tho Buckeye section,! seemed that the very earth are visiting relatives here this trembled, the streets wore aglow dicate the throne and he and bis in Berlin. Three choors gfor the week. Mr.and Mrs. G. V. Calo with red lights, bells tilled, and highhanded murderers of women D. Si We are the greatest nation Wonder if tho old NO MORE Of HCERS' CAMPS way has reiurned from Berea the engine whistles began to blow. rand children and his people have on earth. It was a glorious time and what agreed to accept tho terms of Kaiser thinks the Yanks will fight af tor a weeks visit Andy Kincer has been in town for the past made It moro so waB the occasion peace laid down by President now, after they have chasod him Draft Washington. No. 12 A small child of Wilson. Now that they have and his murdorers.over tho river bourds were ordered todaylfo stop out- that caused it. two weeks with a fit. Ho drilled a well for W.G. of Stove Hollard's died Sunday of laid down their arms and said, Rhino. classifying men under roor over take what vou will, but all that Nicoloy, 0.' H. Rico, J. T. Omaay tho flu, and was burled Monday. 36 years and to withhold ABOUT CROUP. und is now drilling one for G. S. J. P. E. Drummond is having a the Allies cau get will not begin for such registrants not If your children are subject to already sent out man of Mt.Vor-no- faro, heating plant installed in to pay the debt that they owe. in croup, or if Jyou have reason to was in our town a few days his residence, and Dr.W.T.Amyx Ono thing we hear echoed across fear their being attacked by that It was said offlciall.'at tho is also installing one that costs the three thousand miles of water, ago and while hero purchased, Provost Marshal General's office disease, you should procure a pair of shoes. After he had $3.So. Mrs. Oscar Argonbrlght tho voice of a to be free people. bottle of Chamberlain's Cough that registrants from 37 to 46 old need not 'fill the'fi'ou worn them a while he discov- and children ro visiting relatives Our bovs will come marching Remedy and study tho directions years Mrs I W. homo after days of fighting and tboy were both for the in Corbln this week. ered that Orders went out today '&!& for use, so that in case of an atHun, but heads of all military departnjMt same foot. Wo will not give the Catlin will leave for her new home chasing the you will know oxictly what they will bo heroes, for they tack at once the' a& name of the man but if you are at Highland Park, Wednesday. course to pursue. This is a fav- to discontinue Krank-lin- , About all of the llu sufferers are have helped save a nation that applications for adunxlous to know ask S. 0. very successful remedy ceptanco of able to bo upon tho streets again, was going fast, and what a glori orite and tell you. mission to the Central Offlcers' ho will probably for croup, and it is important that No decision Training Camp'. Monday, after hearing tho good but you can toll them from those oua home coming that will be. you observe the directions carepews that Germany bad surren that have not had It. well, Mr. What a happy reunion when fully. has been reached regarding tho W. R. G0TT, formerly ot Lancaster is with us. iraer Liven Stop Work oi Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. CHICKENS. TURKEYS aud RABBITS in season. COOPS AND EGG CASES FURNISHED OUR SHIPPERS Reference: Pearl National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio 3 assifying Ken wmrTwr iSfTATVi ii jttwm Cancellation Work Famous Fight' You WW Hever Regrefa BUYING YOUR Order SHOES NOW Prices continue to soar. The shoes we offer can't be purchased anteed from the manufacturers now at near our guarprice. The season's latest styles -- well-drilli- 'ques-tionair- es Griflln.-Aceita- n ALL LEATAER SHOES, BUY EARLY In hi, A biut to the wiae is suflicieut red-hande- d I 'lid! JOHN ROBINS GODHEAD ZXE I tSCItIXEZ3 EZ2XZHKK A?"Vd '".., V ;SSKS32SKM;aSS!&& . . ' Mb Vernon Sign I'KIDAV, NOV. 15, 19 IS a Why Yuu Simula Vlut 'I Ik- HUM IllM 111 Give lw.ee You Did Before Ii o.st: ,l hunch of keys sumo whi'ifin the (own of Htodhciul. F.udt'r iturn to A U AlbiighlS s'nre mid 'iv" rrwuril I v m:.mMr&XTUxm--,ittrxcx- Pudis hid every Ftiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, SUBSCRIPTION ONIt VKAK ).iit'riii'iiiit lll'lt for till! Mlli' itul id IIIP.I f) YIK)N. till' In $1.0 Advertising rates mane known on application MKMDKKUP KBNTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION I'iiIi'fh Al icrlciiim Cle twice Ill'flllV utir Mll.lKT llllllli IIV siiIIiiis mill murine In l'.il'.i iniij im i'iijti tlu'lr !!,iVH) ii'rrc'itlim liullillnci I.IKHI llllil'l llf IIHIU lilim Km sijisi' siurs Itlt-- t ' I'liTJnr -- ,i ' L at linrilMi - "llpii'jIllK wrliu. llt S r mu house, wiili two large hnlli., fill'' warden, large chicnen run, two Mixture inn. ronncriy xviiii. d by Mrs Mary K. Williauih. W. G. Wn.t iams. N rUCKY prrt r vyfc - FH hJHi Bf5ioi3 MLt'Ly ''"'TvJ 111 -- . fc us we wero iiavuucmtr on mu German lines. He is in (he departmont, repairing tho roads. Ho called to ino as we went along through the smoke and shell. I did uot know who lie was until wo stopped for a short rest. Ho came up and we had a short talk, until my ollicer gave the command to go forward Wo wished each other "good luck" and our company went over the top. I guess Jamie is O. K. Wo are now on a rest I am sure wo will not have much trouble now as he is on tho run. 1 must now close, hoping to hear from you soon. I am, Your loving for, Roscon Norton. rs Wantkd: To trade team IHvHiui of tin' Wink ClIIIIIM.II, will 4 year old Iioimj mules and the lini:i'!i:il slnpili, "A Million lto.. team of mares 0 and 7 years old mill II. I'.cliliid Million kKii (i.rls 1,Isioii, nnii. r ll.o sin to two Ford automibiles See or write, N. T. Gutman, C.iii, "li'iij iil l'lillini: Tor Vlttnrj, inllllo ini'iuit. 1I1.1I, ulnlc tlicic arc Crab Orchard K. 3 to..s nnd n million cili In the l'nlti' Nov. S, -2 t Slim.--, lull. ml two Million fclilci-sin Kt'llttlihj llieio 1110 "0,000 l.ojs lifliilli ;.(i.(HK) litflii, uiiiMiig lit'.irt mill sou CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH for tin- siu rss of till- llliU' nnd I'.OOO REMEDY. fills pullliiK for Vlitui) ullh nil tlioli iiillit mill niiilii. Do not itmiKinc that becausa Sept. 3rd, lolS. Thi'so VUlory Ilo,s mill Victon Somewhere in Franco, (ills lorin llii' "c.iin mill kIm-- (II other cough icedicinrs failed to M011. give you relief that it will be tho 'I'lio iiimmI lo the buy Dear mamma and homo- :r Kill to ciii mill ulu- .s."i, to iiial.i tfiat soiiiil .s.K rlllco for tlio snlilliT wlio i same with Chamberlain's Cough Just 11 line to inform you Boir in mind that Everything is run-uin- g imiUlii tin' siipictiic .ici'ttliu fur tlu Remedy I am O. K. from a small beginning this remnnd fit's nt liomo. well with us. We went over Iiiis TI10 unit of Rift, ?.", will pIm com edy has gained a world wide the top only u few days ago. fort mid lioi'ifmilslii'd li, tin seven an-dnil mens! side. A" We went throuli the htronncst orK.iiii5iitioi7s,iii""". m, c. a., ill- - v medicine must have exceptional ('ntliollc Win (' . point on tho Uindenliuig no Council, tlii'ilio v..Mio:iiil Jt' isli Uclliitv Ilouid, tin to win esteem wherever it boys did some of the bravest Wur r.inip ('oininiinlty Sen It o, tli merit Our becomes known. Inilon mill th work Miico the war begau. I uiu Aiiiciiciin l.iln.ir.v " soldier for u Salwitlnn Aiin, to sure you are reading all about us w i'ok. you more In the papers ( I will tell i:.uli Vldnr) (Hi I Will ourn her ?. when 1 get homo I think we mid hi- it to tlio United War Win will soon finish these Germans. CiunpiilKii, to pioiI( ilicer timl com fnit for 1111 Amerliiin soldiei, nnd I ree'd a line from Lee. Ho is tluit ln Is loiiirlliutlni; to tin to tnmfoit of oiio of c !.lml;i Inds wll O. K. I have not had time for write for a few days. I held up Inspiie Iht to pull ilii liarder tlic tin line. until whose sen Ice slur Is on lino through the fight, only I am A pin ivssful s.ij ontest for tlio Victired and slEepy. I met Jamie tory l'.ojs nnd Victory Olrls is Just AT THE RIGHT TIME Xlioni'nspn from Mt. Veroon, just dosinp In KentueUy. In wlilch prizes is o vvJIJ IkV'Iii'H to tlio ".'iilH'la. 'llii' I'lllilll Vlcliil V. lit 11 draw to the fact that the enforcement of the armistico conditions, especially the surrender of transports, means the starvation of millions Fok S;i.k: 30 acriM iuor. 01 less, fair! good house, good b.irn and 'Miioko house, 2 running springs, one never fails, half acre in gnrdmi with now paling VICTORY OOYS AND miles from fence. Located l existing in Germany. GIRLS ARE ENLBIEr court house on Hansford road' conditions" Will sell at a bargain if sold at According to a German wireless once. dispatch received in London, Ur Call Tor 3OC30 Days and CO.CCO Girls A. C. SoWDKK. Solf says he feels it his duty to in Kc. luciy To Earn nnd Give Mt Veinon, Ky Hive Dollars Caen. President Wilson's nttention IN ii messago addressed to see rotary of State I.uiiMiif,', Dr. Solf, the Gcrmnn I"orei;ii Secretary, requests that President Wilson intervene to mitigate "the fearful I!ii)s" 11 of limri' "ninfdils Give to iTi.ntTM the morals thf Is winning the wai now. "diliPNI linuKi V I l"- -' 111 llt"8 lTi.on "IHr llnnliiT" ll III ics .Mnll'iiitt uf iliillius ,V bL'c- - A giol team ol wagon and Iwiioss or will sell one or both M'por.rely. See W. T. Davis Mt Vernon, Ky. i.u.u: horse, STOCB mzokz$Mm. SUB COMPANY A WILL HOLD SALE OF LIVE STOCK ( 11 Public Auction and Privately " ROSCOE NORTON In France 11 s - - Lane sl s ter.Ky, y, Nov. At " 1 11 11 - 11 ; -- 1 their 11 "3 0J.Sl& Street within the City Limits of Lancaster. 9:30 A.M. Stock Yards on Stanford AT ss 25th - I "properly fitted GLASSES Greatest Importance, 1 1 We have taken over the Stock Yards and intend to hold PRIVATE and PUBLIC SALES EVERY COURT DAY, of all kinds of live stock. Nothing too large or small to cpnsign to these sales. We extend to the small stock dealer and buyer the same courteous treatment as we do to the large one. If you only have one head or a hundred condition, as we ' exsales. We propose' to put these p2ns in first-clashippers ani buyers. pect to advertise all over Central Kentucky and will have Our intention is to make this the best live stock mirket in Kentucky, We have engaged the services of the best LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER in the country who will SELL your stock. He has been associated with the Live Stock Markets of Ohio for years and tfo-bs- st -- "Cil, " -- t If your eyes nro bhoulng any defects now is the time to bee CASTORS E.BSSGS2Sa?SPr FOH FLSTOIJER'S DR. MOORE, Co Buildinir, The Optician Mt.Vornon, Ky. JJ 3igeEaagsagEggsaisatai In This Billion Dollar Vau tAre Handled All Liberty Bonds Sold In This District xi ' w KNOWS HOW, xjwtf w. cmn r . mmmm nfv. v:i-;v- j' "- 3 i" tvT Asztri &4$&i W;t&5Si To be sure of pens send in your reservations now. Mr. Stock Man, bring .us your stock, JVlPi Buyer, COME AND LOOK THEM OVER AND BUY, These sales held every 4th Monday As in the month. These Pens Are UNDER COVER Sales Will Take Place RAIN orSHINE Oct. i 1 IS. Dear pipaand home: Just a lino to inform you that I am getting along fine I ree'd a letter from Myrtle, Lee Have uot and Emmet today. ree'd any letters for some days. Wo have boon in tuo lines fighting. We have been over tho top and run these Germans from one of their strong points on the Hindenburg lino. Believe me wo put ihom on tho run and are yet after thoin miles beyond the lino. Wo wont thru heavy shell fire, gas smoko and machine gun fire etc, to got them out of their strong deep dugouts which thoy thought could never bo broken. Our boys did tho best and bravest fighting of the war. Wo got them though. We wore some tirod when our relief came The and took up the cnaso Australian's aro somo tightors too. I think wo will soon got them. I put my muchire gun in action, it did fine work So you seo I leol lucky to have boon over the ttop three times and unhurt. I now think wo will get a good rest. Our officers all complimented us on our good work. Wo are resting now and the other boys aro gone on after So don t worry sbout them. I stood it lino and think 1 tuo. will return before long. Wishing jou all good luck and love for all. I am, Your loving son. Roscoit Isokton. noticK: All persons having claims ugainst W. H. Kreuger, deceased, will please present same pioporly proven, and those indebted to said party mo asked to make prompt settlement. F. Kreuguk Sk , Adiur. Live Stock Sales Co. J. S. HASELDEN, Mgr. ZSECLSSSM G. H. ELLIOTT, Sect. STCMACII TROUBLE if 5xj3m&im&mz8ssjsaz't 41111 lmiXX&&M'V3g3gZgZSS&l& 2BR8EaB82S3S& tssiisLB:iwrstt! n sunnt of tnouoy MENTION uf hiiKo tho thrill It once i;lve us did before we cot used to mouthing U10 totals of war loans and war expenses. nut when ou actually stand In a llttlo room about 12 feet 'wide and 20 feet deep and aro told that It normally contains n round billion of dollars In Uncle Sam's best currency and so-- , curltles. the old thrill Is bound to take hold of jou. Above, is depicted tho "billion dollar vault" In tho basement of tho l'cd-erJtescru Bunk of Clovcl.mil. Your Liberty Honds, ou who llo In tho Fourth Federal Heservo dlstrWt, hitvo been In thut vault. And these men handled them beforo they went to mi. The three men show n aro W. A. Klccb, auditor of tho Liberty Ix.m De-- 1 partment of tho bank; I). H. Clouser, custodian of Fecuritles, and C. II. Orlf-fltaBsistant auditor of the Liberty Loan Deiiar tment. They aro checking, over bonds of tho Fourth Loan which are about to be shipped out to tho banks and thenco distributed to )ou who bouRht them. In tho trunk and on tho table In the picturo there aro about $200,000,000 worth of bonds.. Somo of the burden of distribution was lifted from tho shoulders of tho men In tho photo In tho Fouith Loan. Tho bonds were shipped lo the thimW In tho Cincinnati and Pittsburgh territories from the branch banks In thow cities. In tho previous loans all weio shipped direct ftom Cleveland. In 'this same vault are handled all tho ccitillcutrs cf l.u'.cblcdness which aro hotiulit by banks In the Interim between-Liberllond Issues and ty whilst are turned In In piment for bonds wfton tho put chase is made. In tho Third I).in thebo men handled, chicked' nnd Milpped two nnd a halt million pieces and in the Fourth Loan they handled, checked and bhlppcd four million. IH Mr. Ma.ioii Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quiie a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pal is and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my moulli. If 1 ate anything with butlsr.oil or urease, I would spit it tin. I began to have ref,':'!:ir Jek headache. I had used pills and tablets, but It just after a course of these, I would be constipated. seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were I heard r.o gOwJ at all for my tiotible. TO THE PUBLIC "1ST 111 HAVE purchased the stock of goods of R Q. Griffin, THEDFORD'S S3 Tax Day Is Profit Day If You Have Held Your Bonds The man who hangs on to bis bonds gets Fourth Liberty more profit from those he owns of earlier Issues. This does not mean moral or patriotic ptollt. It means good dollars and cents. When tax rpturn day cornea aiound ho will appreciate Just how much this amounts to, and (hero fill be that much joy accordingly on a usually dismal date For there Is valuable tax exemp recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or acts on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draugthe jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. ht the West Main Street Merchant I expect to maintain the high standard of merchandise and gro- ceries and accord the people the same couiteous treatment that brought to this store such a liberal patronage in the past motto will be live and let live. I want your business. Come and see me at the P. Q Griffin stand. My . ONE CENT A DOSE UTO J. B. Cummins JOHN WHITE Ian ' tion to the man who retains his Fourth Ixjan bonds at that date, applying to much more than those particular bonds. Tho Income from January 1, 1918, on bis four and four and ono quarter per cent bonds of previous Uuucs Is exempt from Income surtax, excess profits and war profits tax for the period of the war and for two vcars thereafter, IF ho Mill holds his bonds of tho Fourth Liberty Loan. If ho doetn't, away goes that exemption. CASTOR I A For Infants and Childnn xsc-;ccxc- i & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. L. W. BETHURIM ATTCUNEY AT LAW If Oil VHKNUn, UVi Will priietlco In all the courts.iK i Uibceou V.UUICU btitel JC;TWJm' Llbiral osiortrmRt nd full valUO paid wsd DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, Note, Claims of h11 kinds collected nuy where lu the world. No charKCsunlusswouollcct. Ruforoncv: Farmers National Hank. Willeus. May's Collection Agency, Somenet, Ky. mag. ru Oflim: Room ruasonic In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of ECTHW FOR SIGNAL CtfifT&ZcAtk .& sjtf rwl Ullu m X3c9eax3cx r SUHSCWUH Hides snd at SUM T i -- -: "prs r8! W& I MM jSBCBBBi MfraMmip & MgSatawlaWHtWMrtiiai M Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkhnon Ky, Nov. 15, Steadies' CVata and Suits, at SUTton McBek. Lad- UNITED WAR WORK mClSuuTi , t , m ,n an VMf4,fiweitMitiijSSBintii. ' M 1 1 feftffft 1918 79 it t tuOommunl' onn wltH HIQNA.L, wnnt up"No.7" wlnnT?f, r U t Provost Guard Company. He done. did doub lo of what Was expected NA1HVILIC R R.CO. lOUItVILlt Tuesday a meeting of the of htm. Sent to Evansvillo.Ind , teachers of tho various schools TIMB TABLR. prisoners, ho to retmen two throughout the county was held .'. 4.57 p m brought; 22 uortn back four. The two Jad- at tho .court house, whon plans 21 north 8:35 a ui ditionaL soldiors ho had arrested were perfected for each teacher 23 south Evans-vill- e 12:35 I"" himself on the streets of to canvass his or her district dur 21 South -- . 12:45 a m C ing this week, soliciting donations. J as. Landkum, Agent. J. B. Cummins has bought Tho quota for each district was Phone No. 8. the stoc k of dry goods and gro- placed at $35 00, but as an incen. P. Q. Griffin, on West tive, chairman U. G. Baker, of Rntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PottoQce ceries mall matter. i u Main. ! .jr. Cummins says ho ex- tho Y.M.C.A., offered a silk Hag, pects to. maintain the high stand- to the rural school district, turn PERSONAL ard of q lality which has charnc-ize- ing in tho largest amount. The ihis. storo since Mr. Griffin teachers entered into ,the plan Dwlght Bowman has been very began ba, siness and which hf sold very enthusiastically and the re sick or past week. only for tl le reason that his health pcrts received from a number of U. G. Baker spent the week in will not jx trtnit tho strain of look-h- teacbeis iudicated good success. Louisville buying goods. ing after t business. Read Mr One of tho most enthusiastic Mr. and Mrs. John McKcuzie Cummins' ad in'thls issue, ' meetings held yet and one which have returned to Mt. Vernon. John W ill Cox, of the Gooch demonstrated real patriotism, was Mr and Mrs Howard Baker land sccti on ot this oounty, died held at the plant of the Mt. Ver have moved Irom Harlan to this of inGucu 7a at Hazard on the 31 d non quarry of the W. J. Sparks placo. inst. He. was keeping books for Co. Mr. Sparks and Rev. H T. Mr. J. C. Moore returned from a large col Young went to the plant Monday. concern when he ...Illinois last week. Mrs. Moore came ill all that could be Rev. Young made a short talk, ex"will bo homo soon. done for . him was doue. Young plaining tho purpose of tho camMrs. J. T. Meadown and child, Cox was 4 ine of our successful paign. Then Mr. Sparks, proviron visited relatives at Livingston county aachers and a young dent of tho W. J.' Sparks Co., the proposition that if the man of j iterliug character and ma-iduring the week. Miss Helen Aultman, of Lang-do- habits un d will be missed by men, employed at the plant num boring 58, would donate one days who knew him. School has beo.i ill several every one work that the cam pari y would put days with tonsilitis. Names c f .delinquents reported up dollar for dollar, against such Corporal Edgar Mullins leaves to Local P( ilico Authorities, amount, whatever Ik- - unsk tyi this evening to report for duty Harap B nrdine, Livingston; Jas. Everv man said ho was willing at Camp Beauregard, La. Whitaker.. ., .Mt. Vernon; Robert andlad of the opportunity to Dick Oox camo in from Lex- Franklia Fletcher, Mt. Vernon: for the boys "over ington Tuesday. Ho is recover- James D. .' Lamb, Livingston; there." Mr. Sparks asked them mor Thon ing from an attack of tho flu. Willailla; Stove to make .Tuesday tho biggest day William. K irby, Mt. Vernon; Bur in the history of the plant and J. W Rider was in Cincinnati Mt. Vernon; yesterday buying supplies to detto R oberts, they said they would and did, rinish up his water works for Elija Han cison, Brodhead; Henry considering tho number of men Calvin Or omer, Cedarville; Shad at hotel. work. Livingston. Bob Langford who has been Thomas, The amount contributed by the so very sick for nearly three THANK 5G1VING OFFERING, men was $214 20. The W. J. ay Nov. 24- - I9I8. weeks, is a little better, but still Sund Sparks Co. made their donation, We are a very sick man. most earnestly asked to $285 8o, making the whole donaoffering as liberal as tion $500 Following is tho list A. H. Hamlin took his'wifo to make this possiblo. This is our American of contributors: London Tuesday to see Dr. H. V. and Bro Hopkins and Pennington. Mrs. Hamlin fears Mission Bob Ping S3 50; R. A. Welch wright Aro praying that she is suffering from appendicitis. Bro. Cart 3.50; George Childress 3.50; Luthag mav'bea success Hnrmou Skidmore is at home this offori er Cummins 3 50; Jim Rickels Let us all' do as much as possible on a few days furlough Har3 00; Harvo Kenner 2 00; friza forget the date, Sun French 4.75, Lon Hansel mon has gained 25 Jus and looks and don't 4.75 day Nov. . Kf i9i8. better thun we have se.u bira for Chester Hansel 5.95; Roy Owens "V ornon Christian Bible Mt. a long time. 2.00; Grant Banks 3.50; Asher School Cummins 3.50; Aps Cummins 200; Gladys Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Owens, of Durham, son of William Bill Barnes 3 15; Jim Nicoly 3 15; Marion. 1 Nicely Burr, who has been very sick for Dmrham e f the East side, shot Tom Bussel3.i5; Dock the past four weelcs, is somo bol- and killed Squire Singleton Wed 2.50; Louis Bussel 2 00; Andy ter, but still very sick. The shooting took placo Madden 1 25; Alonzo French I.25; nesdatf. Sinjj leton's homo. Bad feel- - Gene Smitn 2 00; Dump Clontz . W. H. Pish has moved to tho near iugjs hadl existed for some time 2.50; Wm. Sumlers 3.15; Ewell Cooper residence on West Main. Singloton and,the Dur- - Cummins 2.00; Tom Johnson 2.50; P. Q. Gritlln will movo to house botveem ly. After tho shooting Jopp Bussel 2.50; Loguo Cromer vacated by Mr. Fish and J. B. ha:n fanri mado his escape but 2.0; Alfred Barnes 2 50; Steve Cummins will occupy roorm over Drrrhami arra sted late Wednesday Drew 2.50; George Doan 3.15; store, now occupied by Mr. JGrif- - wi is by Shoriff Tip Langtord Bill Owens 2.00; Bob Owens 2 00, e'onlng;' fin. Jackson county line. Golden Cummins 4.70; Steve Car Senior Sergt. Will Thompson, utarr Wi JTurQm n is in jail awaiting his penter 4.70; Len Uromer 3 oo;An having been chosen one of ton drew Dyer 3.00; Jim Shrewsberry g trial. men selected from Harvarc e saminiii W. LCollege, will leave next week fo r Xllo- 3 tate Board of Health at a 2 to; Elmer Burk 2 40; Cummins 3 80; Dooley Childress held this week did not Aviation Officers' TraipingCararJ, ' oeeCing? Hood 4.00; Lee Doan an but left it up to tho 3 80; Nip at Princeton Universl-yThis is lift th&b 2 40; Bud Jarber (col) 4 00; Joo alth Board and Council quite a compliment to Bill and his 'local Qe Newcomb (col) 4 00; Jim Smith .0 in each county to deal many friends at home will be of Defeoi Bill High Heams 340; Am matter as thought best, 3.40; proud to hear his success. with the of De- croe Aasty 5 00; Jim Bradley 5.00; kcastle Council Walter Miller reported nt. n .,. Tho Rw Hob Swiney 3.80; Op Bussel 3 80; ll moot with Local Board ington yesterday morulnjc fox''enSew' John Jarber (col)4. 00; Bill Sow h tonight and como to f Healt work as muil clerk betweea 7o r we icui preiiy der 4 00; Harrison Isaacs 4 00; inclusion, ington and Corbin' In less thr in Bomon Pal Moore 4 00; Carl Bastin 5.20; saying that Mt. Vernon, an hour after ho began work, t' lie safe in 6 Pino Hill Bill Kirby 5,20; John Frtnch 00; id, Livingston, car in which ho was working w as Brodhel Harvo Barnos 6 00: Bob Hensou hit by a string ot cars, wh ile and sov eial of the country schools 4 4o; Bill Hasty 4 40; Georgo will op ;n Monday. Wo also take switching in the yard, and 60; Hood 4.60; Henry Harrison he that Sunday school aud church W. J Sparks Co , 285 80. 4 was thrown against a post, rcce tv- - it wllLali jo open Sunday. ing a large cut on tho head, a Total $500.00 ad Not' ices will bo sent out tomor injury to his back, arm and !& The War Fund meeting held at row V 0 fall schools that wm ue Ho was unconscious for a 1 BW court house last Tuesday night yjtte'd to open Monday . hours, but was able to come ho me jerrr was not so well attended but last night and is feeling vc try Tb ruan unintentional but very those present responded well : well today. reg' .etable oversight, we failed to The following donations wore me ntion In our last Issue tho ueatn received: LOCAL n( u nr n Rotnko. who died two C. D. Sutton $50, T. J. Ball $50, Corn is selling for $1.72 wdy eeks'ago at Jasper, Ala., where J.W. Brown $50, U.G. Bakor$50, $2.10 per busheU bo bad been located since leaving Chas. C. Davis $50, Dr. M. PenMl. vuiuuu. t.p .... it n nw several vears nington $50, C.C. Williams $50, bo to S. T. Prootoc foe Mr. KdOKO waa brick and fire backs. Cox Bros. $50 , E. S. Albright and vontndcv Pottlaud Cement & family $25 , Mrs.Oloo. Brown $25 , Got cartons at Red Crojjsal Rafl- - Coal Co., at Pino Pill, andjmostof V.O. Tate $25, quarters for sending Xm xes tu0 tjm0 he and his most esti W.G.McBee$25,$16 , Mm. U. J.T. Meadows to soldier boys it, h Efa mablo family Uvea m Mt. vumuu, , H.T.Young$25, Mrs Hsba- ,!, .hev made many warm Fanny Adims $10 , W.M.Poynter ble articles can be no friends, who regretted very inucn so. , M. J. Millor $25 , Prof. Lucy ol request of off 8J1, to have them leave. Uora nna wno $2 $25. W. R. McClure $10, T.N Ncc el. under the modified S-now deeply mourn Ills unumeiy $10. and children ogs aro bad of tib riih. Mrs. Rolnke The Victor Boys, of which Rev seen him sinco icaviuK Ujadnot Sparks, who took ad H.T.YoungJis chairman, are maktofff gs to Stanford, Mt. Vernon until two weeics 00. ing a good showing: wont to Ala never had an offer foro his death, thov John Albright, an ace, reports l..,o n. VISll. consider. Ho lcW Lviug,nnthey were ouuu strlck. tho following Victor Boys; Robert jotVbotn all three only thing r Mullins, William, Harry end Rob ,0ia'as ft,ffe au with flu, andaooui mules and thoy tow ert Sparks, Buck Durham, Wil wore wery down, cutniared they began talnprwe, burn Miller and Albert Cooper: toftMkb pneuwooU following and There has posj been took Hls Julian Millor, an ace, reports as .Ibly.ntyer A0tQ stock he only livedo follows: Bentloy Mullins, J Presn Abe remaineretaketoBethlehem Market, than w wttbako Monday, Pnn., tlwlr old hotmtfor burial. ton Young, Jack Brown, Vernon and non ol It s mrier-Journal. SsK On account of tho great amount of sickness, the time arrived for Two "hundred por cent, profic starting tho Wnr Work drivo iency vims the record established without nny organization or vory by Sonet. A. G. Dodd, of Mt. little of tho preliminary work for Vernore, Ky., a member of the waging tho campaign having been mado fcjUTTON & J list received a big lot of ies' Cosits, $20 to $45. William Lnndruiu and George McKcuzie. Op to time of goiug to pres.,tlio Cox, 11111 1 ! t:: !! :::ij 11111 t McBEH. amount reported from Mt. aud afowof the rural totals about $2,500. This does not includo Brodhead, Livingston, or anything from tho county, the few schools that havo Ver-non IHniiim CASH GROCERY STORE Good clothes save ex-ce- pt reports. free-wi- poor ones waste N BUYING clothes or anv--N- aecoml-ciu- of d e - 1 be-an- d t e n -- Ho-ipso- 1 . DEATHS. Undertaker W. A. Cox reports the following deaths since last week: Joe Moses, of Maretburg secof John Payne. tion, Cleo Mullins died in the State Hospital, Lexington. Her rebrought back home mains were for burial. Child of Andy Bullock, at Livingston. The local chapter of.,the Red James Thomas, a boy, whose Cross will meet at Red Cross was near Pino Hill headquarters next Tuesday, Wed- home James Goder, of near Biodhcad. nesday and Thursday afternoon o'clock to sew. They will also meet every Saturday after noon at 1 o'clock to knit. There is plenty of yarn for sweaters and sox ana plenty ot sowing lor these three days next week and all ladies cf tho county are in To farmers in Central and South-erKentucky at a low rato of vited to come and help. Easy and attractive pay Willis McKenzie says he is go ments with tho privilege of paying of loan ut any ing to buy a blue grass farm and off all or any part time. go to it. Wo will help you pay for all the If Some people havo givonaway farm land you wish to buy. to you are in debt or need nionov a fortune to charity, to hear them retire yout" loin notes wo would bo tell it. But find where thoy have glad to explain. given it. son-in-la- The campaign closes Monday. What are you going to do ? Tills is a offering. Do according to your means and leavo it to tho boys to say when thoy come back home, whether or not the Y.M.C.A. is worth while. Tho drivo for the War. Work Campaign for V. M. C. A., and Y. v. c. A., ect. is progressing rapidly throughout the tow- nMiss Sprowls the chairman of Branch reports the Student $il2.2; from Langdon school with four "Victory Girls' as follows; Dorothy Albright, Lu cillo Albright, Louise Landrum, and Martha Middloton. These are tho $5.00 subscriptions Every girl in the school pledged Miss Sprowls also something. reports nineteen Victory Girls from the team work in the town. Miss Dessie Nicelev heads the list with eleven five dollar sub scriptions on her list. 'Her Vic tory Girls aro as follows: Dessie Nicelev, Julia Davis, Sidney Crawford, Virginia Crawford, Hazel Johnson, Tabitha Hiatt, Susie Cummins, Mary Langford, Zella Sowder, Mary Mullins and Mrs. Mall McKenzie. Julia Lan drum has the next largest num bqz ?S. i?ivii?i!A;fc,v;r;M'-.?v!as lollow: Julia Landrum. Rissio Williams, Amy Proctor, Jo Davis, Bessie Poynter, Edith Oats. Both Miss Dessie Niceley and Miss Julia Landrum will wear an "ace" in addition to their "Victory buttons," because of having secured five or more "Victory Girls" Other Victory Girls are Christine and Edna Davis. Next week we hope there will be a long list to add to this. ll ) GET READY FOR r". i EVERYTHING TURKEY D that goes with the thing else thte year, it's a good thing to know exactly what yVre getting; the fact that the average buyer doesn't know good quality from poor stuff that looks good, is often a source of great profit to some merchants. rumm0 LIVINGS TON Navy Beans pier x nfs FISH When you see a LABEL lb. . : xi ""f Gi'litfants aalifCrilWreu Years For Over In Use Always bears the Signature of CASTOR I A 30 W&fa you're at once in possession of all the knowledge you need; it tells you everything; we donft need to say a word. in a garment, Vim - taui wool, iiiu :11c - - - nH- urn orn My -- trrHoncd that the clothes will wive, bis- cauo of the lorn service you got. iiiul that your complete is ft 11 11 "" 11 f .1 n it v. THE HOfVlE OF GOOD CLOTHES RED CR.OSS NOTES, atl LONG TIME LOANS The Home of m Zs mm & marx Clothes -, n IVISM1 A-kSCIIAS 11.11. I1ND-.I.Y- 1 Til. I. II , ilClvl- MraPHiileal lUeut lr v jw jfsirjrjrrjryMsrsiszs Commercial School - - HAPPINESS SAYS!' Burt L.Sims DISTRICT MANAGElt jwJjjjUjmijtuiwj-M- . At 11 Farm Loan Department Union Central Life Insurance Co 802 Security Trust Pldg., Lexington, Kentucky A nEcumnuYNconponArFD institution or lcannino LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 321 GUTHItin STREET, .North of Pcatoflice and wor.icn for Biwinesa or Ciul Servio Trains younK men positions. AH who dcire to qualify for either or both lines of emplnyment chouM write for full informatio 1 at once. lW 'Ond' TlAAJaU USE fK. ijii iiiiHTin-n-rmT'T- y id S.a3K0131J M04 Sxq ne.ipiiiQ b oisvc pmi rj. tf J H im kuiahu AMIUnC rni OalllAa Mar' tx II w v nii QESXt trrjbt m g" -2xzrci2?sr2: nMai Vh&aB JUa JSa 222S tes .a"l,s?.i,r.0!c?.t.s' wTwcTTi YOUWiu? while ai school. "B Sold by Mrs. R. A. SPARKS 8 1 lill Willi "" M Mfxii Ml PJJ Vjf the J "Outdoor" Boy t ormine an automobile is't worth much unless its in tune A fiddle is only a sounding board with four strings unless its in tune. -- G llr Brother is W tjmvJbJ!L A iKmi1'I'M If in -- 7 v ' And a man nothing but a combination of Flesh and bones; 19oo Uo io M W in rMn i''- - Get in tune! V' 11 Don't-pa- y morel Buy where the buying is in tune. t - 1 j.i.3 tftk days of fall and winter demand warm, comfortable sweaters for men and boys. We offer our new fall line of Lakeside sweaters at most attractive prices. Both coat and collar styles are popular. Every garment fits snugly and holds its sharje. Buy now. 'HE cold '20 ID. IVItML Tor WE ARE IN TUNE ARE YOU ? ,HH5Befe & rrz Cpl.UU 1 s Y shoff i dro-Th- e pr'fci ui r.uu ' assortment tho largest town c 'MT'TiljjueiJf TUB CASH STORE. RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT v 7Z6 cZ3ZZr2XSrX2Z2XZS?.K sszxizscrrx: W.F JE.iia va S5 JESjJtrm m m. m HJ J M YES, THE BLUE FRONT STORE HOUSE y. M (s Nl Conic n(s iSTluid DrflPtma . aj..iii,ii.iini mm UMnrfUMNtUt la.JMupMMy LETER FROM Vi V. EDGAR MJLLINS 3rd, 1918. to be ideal, but there were' hund reds of deaths here of infiunnzn. Mnpqiiitoos and insect pests aro Viry tuuspiouotis aud the hoys were out catching lizzatds For Infants and Children. EpRW ura r.IKT. AVciSclabloIVcparation&rM . Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria .. J. mi ze tlmtUicStomadisatwlug'g"" Tlicrcny iTomouu i Always Bears the Signature of 4 ft m M m "".XVAf.COTlC 1 .. . ...,'riurrnrailX JunptASmf JlxtUiSJ! In L H ICJirmtifunr . .: A Cons i nnuoiimw ihirrfrom-inlnfancy- .in.'fnr awywhi "-- . T ai Use For Over M...i.-n.- " -Facsimile SKnaure," inccnu Sleep t - - , :eoNEW-W- Thirty Years " - CAST Exact dopy of Wrapper. THE CCNTAUR COMPANY M NtW YORK CITT, i c. c .COX : Mr. tt in. Mulllns, Mt Vrrnon, Ky. "Dear I nm now in Camp Bcaure gard I.i , anil it is a real army camp, nut in the pine woods and tlit re aru about sixty Ihouw d j.ioldlors horo. A division of old regulars arc stationed horo and many of I hem arc old gray headed follows 'tlmt have been in the s rvico f r years. I cume down horu with a battalion of unas signed infantry mid it is a good btttaliou mid as thcto is being a new division (armed horo wo may bov assigned to it, but tho chances aro tLut wo will go to Can.p I'ike in about two weeks. Onmp Pike is near Uiitlo Rock, Arkansas. We left Camp Toy. lor Oct. 'iib, aud came huru by way of Paducah, Ky., then to Memphis, Tottn , then to Jackson, Mis , and thou vot to Vicksburg, Mi.8 , and wo stayed thcro about five hours, paraded over the city and uiso out to tho old battlefield and taw tho markers and many things of interest Woweie then fed by tin; Ked Cioss and they gave us chewing gum and apples We loaded on board again and out train was ferried across tbo Mississippi nvtr eight couches at a time and then we came west to Monroo, La , and south u Camp Beayro gard, La Wc arrived here- - at and aligators this morning Tho dtiiinngo and siuliatimi of the at nip lias been pronounced of tho best. The various clubs nto fit'o hcto and every Siturday night the ladies of alio different churches entertain the oldlerr; and thev sut hive a nice lime? Well Kill I am well and feeling I was glad to get away froih Camp Tivvlor and see another cam). I was awful sirry to lioar of so many deaths in dear old Robkcastlc from ilii. I hope that the epidemic is over. Writo to mo and tell rae all. the nc as and when I get a chance to write, I will toll you alot about this'oountry down hore and our Mississippi. I ex' pectto get to" go across before long and I am anxious to go but I am couitmr iback when its all over, over- horo. With best wishes, I am Your brother, Edgar Mullins, 12th Co. 3rd Dov. Bn. Camp Beauregard, La. fine-and trip-throug- h Are Yon Asleep at the Switch? Men ,re getting robbed of all their money every day by carrying it around or leaving it about their homes Take no chance At PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon Banking A Good- Solid Deposit your monev in the Institution. 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 - BANK WITH US 0 Peoples Bank 0 and Mrs.Eutrena Stokos lI.i:.M spent Sun lay with Mr. and Mrs. 5S..M George I'erciful. Mrs. Charles .. Cartnical, who has been sick for five .weeks, still remains in a ' scrh us condition. Mrs. Charles Shepherd, of Durrt spent several da with her mother, Mrs. Wm. e.. Sowder Inst week. Mrs. John Fletcher spent' Sunday niirht ' !!" WW' with Mrs. Peto Cummins Mitchel Norton, of the Wabd section ,has, moved to this place Tho farmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather; gath-er- i Mr. - II t r A r I . I. . . j 3 i Everybody's Attention has been called to the remarkable fuel saving secured with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Coal prices are soaring why be a slave heating plant or stove to an extravagant that is a demon for fuel. Join now in the great army of satisfied users who have found relief from high fuel bills with the great fuel saving COLE'S Original Burns cheapest coal clean and bright. Uses any fuel J 3 ffTwTyy Hot Blast Heater and Aiif Ul Everybody is searching for a way to save fuel food. perfectly heated home as M gain Tnvftstip-atN&. now. Our Store .. ffl well. 0 m. is Fuel cavers ncauquai icrs. jw MB' No. rrn-- Here's your opportunity to no1 MllltJ gwutwiii n. utiw tmn UUai Wile onnorin nolftirirl VUUJL tjr- .W m ,. I Owe My Life to brings cheer McKinley's letter to all who may he sufferers as he was. Read it: "I can honestly say that I ow soma of Mr. PERUNA ... niy lite to lVruuii. After the best doctors In tho country Bavo me up and told me I could not live another month, l'eruuu ateit me. Travelling from town to town, throughout tli country kinds and havlni; to go Into all build-Iiik- s, of badly heated stores and sometimes standing up for hours at a tlmo while plying my trade as auctioneer. It Is only natural that I had cold so when this would occur I paid little attention to it, when I conuntil last December case, which, tracted a severo on my part throuRh net,'kct settled on my lungs. When almost too late. I brKan doctprlosr. but. without avail, until 1 heard met of I'rruna. It curedhighly. so I cannot praise It too Mr. Samuel WcKlnlrV, 3507 B. 12th St., Kansas. City. Mo., Mem ber of the Society of U. B. Jewelry Auctioneers. Sold Erermkei, Tablet or Liquid Form K DR. WALTER &W MT. V U C. C. ATTOUNEY-AT-LA- Williams Dentist Olllco MT.VEKNON.KY. U. O. U N O N, Over Baler's Htors KENTUCKY OFFICE.- - Onacd.flooroff Bank of Mt. Vernon, on? Church St. Special atten Uoti given collections. 'PNoNK 8o Saturday and were usy most all day, rod really 1 have not had a chance to things to write about. I tilted Ky.vthie and during my six months stay thero f met Officers and enlisted nu-fr.nn every camp in the.U S .and ovtiv m in aid that Camp TAy yor was the bst eutnp tliore was n tho U S. I hulod to leave amp Taylor but as you It not 1 mi anxious to go across and 1 expect to get to o now ia a very short time. I was over to see Mendel Mill Ho is getting litis Saturday. tloug tine, and is tho fir.t 'Ser geant of his company, and he certainly was glud to see me Grant and Richard are in France and as the Division that they are in is said to be one of the best that ever left the U. S., I suppose thej will get to see some real ser vice soon. I 'certainly wish that i was with thein. 1 have mot up with a number or men here that I drilled in Camp Taylor, Ky. 1 think I am going to like this camp fine, but won't be here very long. Camp Beauregard is located five miles southeast of Alexandria, which city Is tho county seat of Rapids county (They call a county u Parish down hero), and is within fifteen miles of tho exact centor of La., having a population of twenty thousand two hundred aud fifty. Seven railroads enter Aloxan deria. They are: Texas and Pacific. Southern Pacilic, Mis souri Pacific, Rock Island, Louisiana Railway and Navigation Co, Louisiuna and Arkansas, aud the Alexandria and Western. The streetcar system is owuod and operated by the city. Tho city maintains three enlisted men's clubs or rest rooms. One of tho rest rooms is ' especially provided tor ladies and children who visits the soldiers iu tho city. Citizens have organized a war recreation board for tho of looking after tho welfare of the soldiers, and every phase of recreation work has been mapped out with compelont in charge. Camp Beauregard is reached by concrete auto highway and steam trains Louis ima Railway and Navigation Co. Furo by auto is" twenty-llvcoots per trip per soldier or two dol lars por car per round trip An auto will carry from two "to six soldiers thus reducing tho fare per person to a nominal amount. Trains leave LR.&N, station every half hour. The camp is stop in tho piuo a '"beautiful woods, a regular "No Man's Land," The grounds hare plen ty of piuo shades, abundant springs and deep artesian wells with plenty of puro artesian' water. Tho woll that we get our water from Is said to be owr throo thousand feet deep. There aio a number of rest rooms at tho camp for visitors. Health conditions in the country In which tho camp is located is said 2:40 a 111 , learn-man- Camp-Taylo- r, -- HOW'S THIS? 'Wo oiTorOno 'Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of. Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's (Catarrh Midicino has been token by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as tho most reliable remedy inr Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Medicine acts thru tho Blood ou the Mucous surfaces, , expelling the Poiou from the Blood uud healing tho diseasedporlTons have taken Hall's ) After you Catarrh Medicine for a short time vou will see a great improvement iu your general health Start itikim Hall's Citarrh Medicine at once lint) gtt rid 01 catarrh Send for ustiiuonuls, fri'e F. Ohio: ...' 'H M 's '''' ''! " '" ' :J " '' ' ' 'SlSii V SKHJSN.,'..YOU Ml mi I MsfHIMI II II J. Chenev & Co., Toledo. daj s Sold by all dtuggkts, 75c. nK.PJ"J!,.JM.yLJjj!u!t tig coal. Emil uiid Roy Cummins, of Mt Vernon, were quests ol tuejrif cousin, Shirlev' Carmical, Suudayl s altoriiooi). namp unjiock Vt ry u k with relapse of the flu Th ro has been ,.a number of 11 u casus in this neigfiborhood, but no new cases toported for several WANT ... ..- - G01D.D M ..) ' ' .- - freshVe'getables We handle the best at Best Prices AND i SLEEP AND REST. of tlio most common causes One r ofjnonnia and rtsticssmxs is indfgosiioii. Take out of Chamberlain's Tablets st-- iin mediately if you do after supper and not rest belter and sleep better. They only cost a quarter. ? GREATLY BENEFITED BY, : ill li! Ill :. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS , . ...... 'I am fiankful for the good I " r: have received b,y using Chamber- digestlon-ana has been good,'- - writes Mrs, Iain's Tablets. About two years feeling due to In P. Harwood, Auburn, Tab-wY. ago when I began 'aking them I .torpid liver Chamberlain's lets corrected these disorders in sufrermg it great deal from fOR FLEYCHEll'S distress wfter eating, and from a short time, and since taking headache and a tired, languid two bottles of them my health tt:::::.:il!i:':.li: d w. h; ' .. - lii:::i! M. a 0hid?en y ,'t. " '""'.B::U'y. "' ' ' THRIFT STA MPS . ISSUED- - BY THE pur-pos- e U: S. GOVERNMENT r com-mltte- o ..Na-safe: investment . wdedidjedly convenient r or o y iu I ts ink Ciisi ,o a v ii ii &,j o ill nil o o .. , in ..the wo,r.ld,: a,nd v. I - vr" .' n s- - 'f Nov. 1V21-2- .:& 'f rlA iWv x. Jxri "I, T