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I am send, ing a copy of this letter to Edgar, but if he does not receive it you might send him yours I am feeling fine and expect to take a vacation the first of December. With lots of love, Edj 13. 1918 ESTABLISHFD J887 a- VOLUME XXXII - & NUMBER 12 natural feeling, does it "get you?" A Have you walked into a clothing store, spending 15 to 20 minutes trying to find what you wftnted not finding a particular suit, felt as though you were taking up too much time, and have this feeling begin to worry you? to "The Star Spangle Banner" and by the way tbey were the only drunk American soldiers I saw that day. Just then a French soldier just as bad off as they came along. The Frenchman evidently conceived it his patriotic duty to kiss those two American soldiers, so he waded in. If you see judge Hetburum or Tom Niceley, they can tell you the I must get to work, but will XZXE H esraTv t g HEADQUARTERS FOR a 0 first thing I thought of. The non, has returned home after a X few days visit with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Langford. Mrs!srah Inabuidt, of Dallas, lulaski y county, is spending a few days This feeling won't "get you" with her mother, Mrs. James H. r when you are in our store. Take as Oens Mrs. E L. Cockrell and much time as you need, and do it, feeling son, Brown, were in London, Satthat you are welcome. have on display the largest line urday. Mrs. George Grifli& was called toPittaburg, Saturday, fn You will always find our salesmen of we have ever shown account of the illness of her sisready to assist you courteously ,and they'll gladly go out of their way to please you. ter, Mrs. Bettie Warren. Walter Our line of Clothcraft all wool suits is Niceley is spending a few days large and complete real value priced with his sister, Mrs. I. W. Catlin, $15.00 to $25.00. It will be a pleasure at Highland Park.- - Mrs. Victor for you to examine tt.ese clothes. Owens and children, of Hazel Patch, are spending a few days with relatives here. Mrs. J. P. E Drummond has a genuine attack of flu. Mrs. Sue Mullins, better known as Mother Mullins, was in TO WEAR EVERYTHING Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Miss Myrtle Brown, of Parksville, is visit ing her cousin, Miss Ella Mae Blanford, this week. Mrs. W. A. Rice, of Bond, is visiting the fam and I am sure many of their ily of C. H. Rice. faces are sore today from the Miss Verbis Gentry, of M are t burg, w; s here ES2XZ3G on the cheek. It seemed smacks between trains Saturday, en route to matter little to the girls whetb home from Richmond, where she er- hewas a c Major General or a ENOS owe Pulaski's best citizens Sends Signal Copy of Ltier buck private, just so he wore CHAS. c. HaMHIS. V is attending school J.M. Foure, met is K. U. UNDSEY. Secretary and f r what we can gather is To His Wife the blind man, is in Pineville this khaki. She grasped him by making 400a. --- we now have a , week selling song books. both ears, kissed him on both Nr. butcher shop in our town besides Anywhere In Fratce, cheeks and shoved him to the and Mrs. I. A. Mullins. of Bares, several other stores where fresh Mev. 13, i9i8. Jiere between krims, Tues next while she in turn caught trom the Dear wife: day, en route" to JMt.VrTum. JotraJ meat can be bad. some one else. At one place a prices charged seems it is ad vane tE WAH AS OVER. Whether dozen or so had a bunctt of is getting over the flu and if there you A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING we have played a large or small American soldiers out in one of is anything in looks he surely ing downward and we will tell LOUISVILLE, nHPCky it suits a fellow that did not hap- 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Poatoffice part in the greatest struggle of the equates, where they were must have had a genuine case. Trains young mca and women for Business or Civil Service Dr. A. G. Lovell, et Mt. Vernon, pen to the luck to have end or two any age, matters very little in bavicg a great game of "ring All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of good fat porkers to slay, besides positions. was here Saturday. -- Mrs. Monview of the great fact that it is around rosy,' with the soldiers was so high since the employment should write for full information at once. roe Pennington was here in the meat never over. No words can adequately in the center while the girls interest of the Red Cross Satur- cow jumped over the moon. Lee describe how happy we are, the took turns going in the ring day. She could not represent a Arnold is very sick at this writFrench are happier still. I and kissing the whole bunch, better wcrk and we are satisfied ing. Joe Smith has a severe at meant to write you yesterday, always on both cheeks, while he VNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION. Livingston will respond, as they tack of flu. W. A. Warren, bridge was in town all day and did not was firmly held by each ear. It W. G. McAdoo, Director General of Railroads. have always done in the past. carpenter foreman, is here this get back until late. It would be would be impossible to write all Some have said otherwise but by week with his gang putting the impossible to in any way de. tbe funny things I saw. At one IN their works ye shall know them. roof on tbe new round house. scribe the rejoicing and celebra- place two American soldiers The flu is raging in and around W.H.Cottongim is confined to his tion there and I thinic the cen were carrying an old woman on Livingston again. The following room on account of one of his ser might now let me say that their shoulder while she screamed are new cases: Henry Daugherty, legs that is giving him much this town which 1 have mentioned and laughed and cried together. Mrs. and Mrs. Delbert Lovins, trouble. Oscar Argenbright has so often is a city of more than I suppose the boys saw she was Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and purchased a house and lot joining one hundred thousand population having difficulty getting through him oyer the river ; price not their child. and if the celebration in Paris the crowd. On the sides street Mrs. Robert who had pneumonia, is learned. J. B. Hay se and J . C was carried out anything like was little better except not so much improved. the aam .prouortion as here.it crowded Two American soldRichard Mob-erl- McGuire have purchased a part liberty, but for Christianity, who has had a severe case of of the same, tract. The land formmust nave been a wonder, ut iers at one place were furnishing which is the greatest of all. coarse the big time started day amusement for a whole street will pneumonia, is some J better. Mr. erly belou ged to Ed Smith, who Since writing you, I run across once edited a paper here known before yesterday, as the armis- full of people by "Bunny Hugand Mrs John N. Clark and little leave in Vernon J tice was signed at 5:40 and the ging', Fox Trotting" and all the two more Rockcastle boys here son are visiting rftkflftA&jn Knox as the Livingston Eagle. news reached us soon after we others with some that had never in camp, Ben Purcell and Buford ville, this week were up. I tried to get into been heard of. up and down the Meredith, who is from Brodhead. lough, who or town that night but failed. The side walk to a lively tune furni- They are both looking fine and our town bat holiday lasted all day yesterday shed by a group of American getting along nicely. Ben wears Ky.. was here M and the jpreets were tilled with and Canadian soldiers singing and the Sergeant stripes. Meredith Mrs. C. E. Rice, o was in tne great drive which a laughing, shouting, screaming whistling while a Frenchman here later paat of la started just south of Soissou on mob all day, getting larger and beat an old tin pan. But the funlaver went to visit re happier as the afternoon wore niest thing I have ever seen hap- July 18th and turned the tide of Brodhead. A. C. Ca on. It was almost impossible to pened late in the afternoon. Two the war. He was gassed and was in a few days move his get along the main streets. The American soldiers who were so in the hospital for sometime, but Mississippi. Uncle Qui French were kissing each other drunk, they had to hold to each has fully recovered. He gave me is familiarly known, say indiscriminately and while I ea and lean against a wall to' stand the names of a dozen or more going there to fish and hun caped, I doubt if many American up were singing everything from Rockcastle boys who were in that we think it is quite a distance soldiers here could say as much "What in the H Do we care" tight, among them Vess Brown go to fish. We say to him, and Everett Kirby. As far as luck old boy. Born, to the wi he knew or I have learned, they of James Neal, on the 7th, a fine were the only boys from home boy, another democrat in Liv killed. I had possibly better not ingston. K. B. Gold, round house give the names of those he gave foreman, was in Lexington, Satme, but of course knew them all. urday. Hen Hetlard is confined ii Of course there is sadness in the to his room with pneumonia -thought that some have gone, Mr. and Mrs S. E Hellard were and yet I feel more a glory in the in Mt. Vernon, Sunday. Sam pre fact that they have not died in Mullins has been transferred bridf vaiu, but that the great cause to Paris and now is firing out of same ai for which they sacrificed their that city in place of here. Leroy Acerfl lives and that their own glory in Cox and two little sous were in accompaaj this great victory is greater than Lily, Monday, between Tne rigi trains PCX TX we dream of. because I would Mrs.CE.Rice, wtilgas been con: bidjLis not be to For the whole family I in Gad, true didthe faith I profess hned t ,har rophUh flu ,a. PlasAasd if I not believe that home of, her parents, DxandMrs. seea-an- d foi they see and know of this crown- W.T.Amyx, is able to return to tained a the of ing victory of that faith and that her home in Corbm. Our mer- man, County CI the life they gave for their chants have their show windows County tentnekj IS mothers, wives and sisters has filled with Christmas, goods and Department of born fruit in the fullest. I wish toys, which is pleasing to the Prankforti JLeojtock O OO that these loved ones could real- kiddies, but. the heat part of it all Cam MoUma li I ize this and amidst the earthly is, you may ' look them all over Copy Attest: S.P joy which will be around them Dry at the return of those who come and youincent find the" trade mark, "Made Germany. Mrs, JOHWWT back, they may be filled with Walton has returned from Paris that greater joy which "Passeth Iter spending. week with 1 UUC WILLI II1C necL, Understanding", that must come daughter. Mrs. I. A, CT3&3Es38i Old and save money We Buy to those who have placed so cost Emmet Barton, of Palaski conty, ly a gift feet of the Master. ww in wHBwn Monday. Em- - Sutton & McBee E. R. GENTRY Writes From France - Americans resisted with all the power they had but the Frenchman held on and never stopped until he had kissed them both on both cheeks. I have never seen anything so funny Just to see those fellows struggle and hear them curse that Frenchman, not a word of which he understood, is beyond any description. While everybody was happy and shouting, you could see on the faces of many a deeper joy than could possibly be expressed by any outward demonstration. Belgian refugees, who have been driven from their homes for four years, many of them leaving loved ones from whom they have not heard in all that time. One of the girls who works in our headquarters office left her brother in Liege four months after the Germans captured it and has not heard a word from him during the time. She, her mother, father and young brother escaped, not being so closely watched, as the boy who was of military age. It must have been a wonderful day on the front when hostilities ceased; when tbe fury of war had passed into history; when the blood which has drenched this battle wrecked, war cuased iuui luug yea is uiu ucmbu iu flow; when our. boys are no long ei aroused in the morning by the sound of the barrack creep ing forward, paving the way for their advance, thousand of them to their own death; when the whirr of machine gun fire no longer sweeps over the hills and down the valleys; when the screaming shells no longer pass over their heads and drop death and destruction among them; when rifles were laid down, can-con- s cooled; machine guns dismounted, and our boys who one minute before were facing death in their magnificent advance, sat down beside their weapons of destruction, to rest, sale and secure. The world has been won not only for Democracy, decency, and . LIVINGSTON Mrs. Neal Parrot, of Alt. Ver- CHRISTMAS t GOODS SEE US FIRST SHOP EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH We Xmas TOYS W.F.BAKER BLUE THE FRONT STORE OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE 1 MT. VERNON, KY. s f L r "iaiorl Commercial School JkX CHANGE TIME Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD Mc-Clur- e, Effective Dec 8th y, Train No. 23 Southbound Mt. at 227 p.m. li -- FOR THE NEXT 30 days Less than la0Sl km WE WILL SELL ii DEALER IN SHOES FOR Wc haVesome vjocclstocldseoutcost GENERAL I and t j. a OOUNTRY PRODUCE I Jtt ft. Thing "TU ahe -- - , .11 J J J MB Friday, ' ' tf. Dec 13, ifc 8 flkSKtt if- - ' ,iVlfc h Mt Vernon SlghU Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGI, 7. SUBSCRIPTION OHK I tbe convening of the Sixty-sixt1 onorms a year froua next ember. Dec- YEAR JlO Advertising rates maae known on tain the governorship and thus application prevent Lieut. Gov. James L getting eigajer. from MEMBER OP Sale to be made air a credit of months of a start on his opp K ENTD OK Y PRESS ASSOCIATION nents in the race for Democratic six months. Purchaser will be 'required to give ooud, with ap nomination for igi9. i proved security, for the payment "Congressman J. Campbt-.Cantrill and tormer United Staler of the purchase money, 10 have MaooQ Senator JohnsonuN. Camden, be- the force and effeciof a judgsides Judge John D. Caaroll, of ment, bearing legal irerest from . Henry Youtsey and CurtJett the Court of Appeals, are among date of sale, With a lieu reserved each serving lite sentences in the the other possible starters iu the on said property until Jl the pur chase money is paid. state prison have both been pay-rJe- d primary fight of 19I9. " Board. G. S. Griffin, by the Prison CANNING OF SPARS RIBS Master Commissioner, Youtsey will be remembered as AND BACK-BONE- S Rockcastle Circuit Court. , one of the principals in the murder of Gov. Croebel Jett is said Man 7 requests have come for have brutally murdered lames the MMt method of saving spare-ribto Marcum. when he tired from amwhich counnd back-boneTO THE TAX PAVERS OF bush and took the life of that try p ople have in large quancoun- tities at Rockcastle Counts : splendid citizen of Breathitt time. In Those owing taxes for the ydr ty. Whether Jett should have Kenu iky, weather is so variable it is not our that been turned loose, few days of higher tern 1918 will please call and setye part to say, for we are not suffici- per;, .re may occur at anytime same within the next ten dayV ently tamiliar with all the facts to dun the winter, and even the The year is almost out and I wil say, but so far as Henry Yout- spare ribs and back-bone- s have have to make mv settlement th' sey is concerned, there are but been well salted they acquire a first of the year and will nec2s-f- f few who will not concede that he bad flavor unless used prompt- sarilv havp tn rnllpc.t to meet mv should have been released years ly. The temperate winter cli- obligations. To save the cost of ago. yVhen Gov. Wilson par mate of Kentucky has heretofore advertising and the expense of doned every other man in any occasioned great extravagance levying, I give you this, the last way accused of Gov. Goebel's and waste, also much sickness, notice. I will regret to be forced death, he should have pardoned from excessive use of fresh meat. to levy, but if not paid within g Youtsey, but since he did not, For several weeks after tbe above time, I will proceed to Gov. McCreary or Gov. Stanley country people eat fresh collect. should have and it was fully ex- pork three times a day in order Tip Longford, S. R. C. pected by many that one or the to use the supply before it spoils. other would. Youtsey has been The Food Administration now the scapegoat and the majority of requires a conservation of meat the people have long since be- and the following recipe is offered lieved him to be the leasi guilty as a means the of extending of any of those who tigured prom family supply of spare-rib- s and inently in the dastardly murder. back-bone- s throughout the year. This roll call is not limited to Although there is plenty of Use a large roasting pan as any section of the United States, money in the State Treasury, it will tit the oven and fill it with but every county in every state has not been distributed to the spare-iiband back-boneSalt is organized, and millions of work school fund, and teachers are and pepper to taste and add a ers will start on Monday the i6ii not getting their salaries prompt- little water, basting frequently and keep up the solicitation unfe ly. This has resulted iu a storm and evenly until they are thoroly the evening of the 23rd. Most of protest to State Superintend- done and nicely browned as if ter every one of the hundred million ent V. O. Gilbert at Frankfort, immediate table use. rxemove people in the United States rwill who says there will be ample from the oven and cut meat from have a chance to enroll in this available by the end tbe bone into small piecas and mm wonderful organization. On the of thM Kufir. The grounds place it in quart glass jars that evening of Dec. 23. theEmerican for Lare ample and have been previously sterilized. Bed C ross will have 1 larger is noRrrFwhy the teach-er- s Fill all spaces and to tbe brim there membership than any four organ should be treated as they of the jar with some of the liquid izations in the nation. They will have been. They are today the of the roasting pan. Place the hsve a membership dedicated to poorest paid class in existence rubber ring, lid and clamp in one purpose and that purpose to and when it comes to waiting position but dn not close spring relieve suffering. Those of us who three or four months overtime of clamp or screw Mason lid tight miss the opportunity of being a before they get their little, Place jars in oven, either on the member of tne Red Cross for the measley salary, it is time to go rack placed" one or two iuche year 1919 wil have missed a to kicking. The sheriffs have from bottom of oven or else in a chance to do our bit in the greatpaid the state and a certain dripping pan with a cloth laid est reconstruction work that has amount belongs to the school on the bottom and add two inches ever been done in the bistery of fund. If it has not been placed of water. Heat the oven to about the world. to that account where is it? And 3oo degrees F , or about as it The universal membership of it it ha been placed to tne prop- should be for baking bread one dollar brings ihe membership er fund, why is it that months Leave jars in the oven at this in the reach of every person, and and months are aequired to send temperature for 4.s minutes. Reit is the desire of the Red Cr02S out one hundred twenty pay roles move from the oven and tighten officials to have the new service There is either rottenness in Den- lids completely. Invert jars to flag with the two blue lines on the mark or somebody is not looking test seals and protect them from margin showing that it is a 1919 after bis job. a cold draught. Let cool gradservice flag in the window of every ually. It is necessary to use a home in the Nation. Rockcastle We have read with pleasure rubber ring that will stand this County must not be behind. Our heannoMDcement of Judge James heat. The "Good Luck" or "Cold workers wiij give you an oppor tc hpormi q..mp , 'ordinarily Governor Stanley would assume bis seat March 4, next, when the new itoogrtss is sworn in. But if there is no ,. r- : until IW. v. uuvu (iCSSlUU J1 V.UUKIM3 re- ember, he undoubtedly could ..-.- 00 j Rockcastle CV BCy proeeted t.i exp?se to ptrore sale, to the highest bidder, the following' de scribed pr perty: A tract of land located near y 111 in tvotKcVffe County, Ken- iicK.y, " "uinaea on ine nnrm.oy me. tauu ois i; Uteris; Afcl. tr l J fey ,ands ftf the Hamm. R j,; ap(i j0j,r &amm. on the west by the lands of Jujia String-Blac, 1 k U L. 1 & I LI saw 1 I . UIIWW1 If imr 11 1 mw 1 11 1 7N n .; L.I m ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. T. v 11 I 1 1 r mw mm' m M mm MUL 11 11 1. NicfcLKY, Ad mx. of SHKRiAVJi MOORE, TVd'? Plaintiff til IS LINKED WITH XXs j : Notice of Sittings to KEeive Ulams, c.c. cox ROLICAIL -- oore, Ollie rtBRYAKfr &c, Defendants. Patterson, of the estate of deceased, are Davison, War Council Head, hereby notified to present their claims against Same, properly Outlines Tasks That proven, before me ori the 14th day Lie Ahead Beginning of December, 1918. on sail date I will sit daily to Next week's Red Cross Christinas Ko'l Call for members is character receive and register such claims ized as "the foundation of the ReC and proof, and will bold my said Cross" by Chairman H P. Davison 0 sittings at the law office cf L. W. the Red Cross War Council in hi.-- , statement describing the future of the Bethurum, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ftijcr editors Sherman MiQPJt0, Red Cross. G. S GRtFFIN, s s NOTICE hog-killin- g . hog-killin- RED CROSS CHRISTMAS ROLL CALL s s. I ROCKCASTLhJ CIRCUIT them until they dre demobilised. Noth COURT i:g which we ray do will be left un Jcne, either for the men in the war zone, their faiiiilic at home, to whom T. J. Niceley, Admr. with the will annexed U continue to be devoted the minis Plaintiff, or SArah Lee, trations of the Red Cross Home Serv ice," promLpe Mr. Davison. vs : Notice of Sitting to Volunteer Aid Needed. Receive Claims, "The wake of the war will, however, reveal the prevalence of disease, and Altce Gentry, &c , Defendants give rise to emergencies which in ail All creditors of the estate of parts of the world will call for unlimSarah Lee, deceased, are hereby ited voluntary effort. "Here will be the opportunity for notified to present their claims V&e Anu'Viean Red Cross. But even against same, properly proven, our Rei Cross must not act and canon the 14th day of Denot arrrniost effectively alomP we before me Beginning on must labor in with the cember, 1918. natiSnal Red Cross and relief societies said date I will sit daily to receive )f other nations, to the end that not and register such claims and alope the heart of America but the heart of all mankind may be mob'lized proof, aud will hold my said siton behalf of suffering humanity." tings at the law office of L. W. Mr. Davison declares the American Bethuium, in Mt. Vernon, Kenited Crop? to be planning "to develop its permanent organization in this tucky. country on a ' scale never before G. S. Griffin, in time of peace." Commissioner. Home Work to Grow. "Study," he says, "is being given by ROJKCASTLE CIRCUIT the national organization notalone to .COURT. problems of international relief, but to plans in his country for enlarged T. J. Niceley, Admr of home service, promotion of public George W. Anderson Dec'd of health education, development Plaintiff, nursing, care and prevention of acciVs lines which Notice of sitting to dents and other may contribute to the health and hapreceive claims. women ahd children. piness Frank Anderson, &c, Defendants. "The mark of suuDlementine eovern- All creditors of the estate of mental aitvities, which the Red Cross upon to do in all parts George W. Anderson, deceased, will be cared of the world, will be upon a great are hereby notified to 'present scale, but t will call for human service rather han for large expenditures. their claims against same, prop, "What t.e Red Cross needs now is erly proven, before me on the not so miHli contributions of money, day of DecfJC&barT i9i8 as the cent irrtJd devotion and loyalty Bgiww&fc'on'said date I will sit " of Its members. vv , 'Wherever our soldiers and sailor .uay be, the Red "ross will stay will1 Commissioner. 3 Everybody's Attention has been called to the remarkable fuelv.saving secured with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Coal prices are soaring why be a slave to an extravagant heating plant or stove 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 Hot Blast Heater Burns cheapest coal cieaa and bright Uses any fuel H Everybody is searching for a way to save fuel and food. Here's your opportunity to cut your coal bills square in halt and .m ilm gain a perfectly heated home as well. Investigate now. Our bwre is Fuel Savers rifiadausrters. if No. 112 vr l4h "s 'uv:i Cfrft7N HL 9 "Annual membership involves the payment of only one dollar. "The money thus received not only defravs all the administrative ex penses of the organization, but leaves a substantial balance, which, together H Wh nil f, n r , u nil luiiua . 11K i.Fihn rl i...Hir fl suu?lliuru uurvu; iui relief, are solely devoted to that puri Jin anvl "' aily to receive and register fu-- Mt. such claims and proof, and will hold my sittings at the law office j of L W. Bethurum, non, Kentucky. (J Ver STOMACH TROUBLE -'- For quite suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter. oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. 1 found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard 3. GRIFFIN, Commissioner. a long while Mr. Marion Holcourb, et Nancy. Xy., ays: I pose. "The Roll Call of the nation is thus to be called at Christmas time, that through enrollment in the Red Cross the American people may send a message to our soldiers still overseas and to the peoples of the world that we are not merely content with seeing our arms united with our allies in victory, but that our abiding purpose is that the love, the sympathy and the intelligence of all America shall be rededi-cateto the permanent service of mand FEW ESCAPE. There are few indeed who es- cape having at least one cold dur-th- e winter months, and they are fortunate who have but one and get through withit quickly and without anv serious consequences. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and obseive the direction with each bottle, and you are kind." , likely to be one of the fortunate ones. The worth ani merit of EXILED BELGIAN TOTS this remedy has been fully provmany families en. There are SEND GREETINGS TO who have always used it for years when troubled with a cough or cold, and with the best results 0. S. CHILDREN Wa,shington;BJsl 30 acres more or fairly good house, good barn less, Bent Amer- and smoke house, 2 running Ho springs, one never fails, half bin? from acre in garden with new paling I; some fence. Located y2 miles- - from Hr children court house on Hansford road. Ks sent Will sell at a bargain if sold at THEDFORD'S K-DRAU- GHT tk For Sale: - and cor- - diajRregjgj 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-Draug- ht the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine sh4ftld 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. ONE CENT A DOSE to the Hits Commission for Br Wthe lies Long once. A. C. Sowder. scholars, boys and in the Havre region, nth a deep emotion the the reality of the high rendered by the American to the Belgian population. it of their dear country, and in a foreign land, id generous solicitude, always rhere there is a good to do, a to relieve, a misfortune to tey also send !nd children 17,000 DEATHS IN CAMPS Washington. Dec. 10. An of ficial summary of the results of Why Sell YourProduce AT HOME When your can ship and get a square deal and Right Price. the influenza epidemic in army camps and military centers in the United States, made public by tbe War Department today, shows that there were 338 2.57 caseof tbe disease up to December 1, with approximately 17,000 deaths Because the deaths resulting from influenza and pneumonia were not seperately grouped, only approximate figures were given for those due to the epidemic. From September 13, the date of the outbread, to December 1, 19,694 deaths from all causes were reported by military stations in the United States Army med ical authorities estimate that about ?,ooo of these were due to causes other than influenza and pneumonia. have themselves felt its con- - their grateful and affectionate remembrance te the A.D.COATESCO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Joseph SHIP TO JU- - bhe re- - of America, whose fa- ters and big brothers have crossed the tig ocean either fer the American Red Cross or in the gallant, powerful and glorious American army to share in the triumph and the right of civilization, to help the Belgians reconstruct their homes, and to save their country. 'fraternal and cordial greetings to oar little comrades, 'the American p stapes 51 Walnut CINCINNATI, O. Street C. W. Sec'y. Cracraft, W. R. GOTT, formerly et Lancaster is with us. Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. fJHICKEN.S, TURKEYS and RABBITS in geason. COOPS AND EXiG CASES FURNISHED OUR SHIPPERS Reference: Pearl National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio scholars." : POSTED. 'ER. ;. " (Your name under this head W. D. until Jan. 1st 191 9 for 25 cts.) FOR CROUP. OOM "I s Li Those whose names appear fa's Tablets "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy stomach and below strictly forbid hunting or is splendid for croup," writes re found them trespassing upon their property, jlief." If you and any one guilty of so doing Mrs. Edward HasseU, Frankfort, N. Y. "My children have been indigestion 01 will be prosecuted. Ui relieved of attacks of tablets Devault. J. B.Livesay. quiokly this dreadful comyUunt by its VH wPps M use." This remedy contains no em opium or other narcatic, and tT-- ' toTcmfrs May be given to a child aa confi- Jdentiy as to an adult. -- DR. WALTER Dentist Office Over C.C. ATTORN Willianm EY-AT-L AW MT.VKKNON.rY. Baker's Stiw U. G- - OFFICE.- - On ard. floor of j Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tion given collections. MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY pnonk 80 urv IA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR CASTORIA . Children Ory FLETCHERS FOR s m S5 Win-Cheste- r, Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vkrnon Ky, Dec. 13, 1918 !! Christmas Hell Call. workers riders somewhere in Mt. Vernon. are especially requested to send ' Contained can of paint and bottle in tapir report on Dec. 16 and of medicine, ffta&r return and every daythereafter till (he cajn- recieve rewar) Pigjl closes Dec. jLiKS Dskmv. this fftnnrt to fr M Pfe! Mercer cdCl :Sgmrn nn nington or Chas. C. Davis, Mt. a rigid flu bai rOunty vernon, ny. Next Sunday Dec. 15, 1918 is health authojties eterday closed the schools Red Cross Sunday. Every minheaters and announced all business ister in the United States is rehouses must oe closed unless quested to preach a sermon on there is an immediate abatement Red Cross. Ministers be govof the epidemic erned accordingly. The United War Work Commit RUPTURE EXPERT HEREee is asking us to pay up our F. H. Seeley of Chicago and stbscriptions. Those of us in Philadelphia, the noted truss ex- arrets please send in check to pert, will personally be at Glyn-do- Chaste. Davis, treasurer. You Hotel and will remain in know ie first payment was due Richmond this Monday only. Dec 2, iji8. There are several Dec. 1 6th. Mr. Seeley says: who. hav never paid their first "The Spermatic Shield will not payment. So please attend to only retain any case of rupture this at once. perfectly, but contracts the openMcFarland Memorial Church ing in 10 days on the average Sabbath School kand Senior case. This instrument received Christian Endeiu-oat the usual the only award in England and in hour next Sunday. Dec. 15th. Spain, producing results without The pastor will preach at surgery, .injections, medical Saturday evening, and at treatment or prescriptions. Mr. London, Sunday morning, returnSeeley has documents from the ing here for preaching reivices, UnitedStates Government, at 7:30, Sunday evening." As this D. C, for inspection. All charity cases without charge, or is the last church services before students leave for Christmas holi if any interested call, he will be days, we are hopin 2i-plese 79 wren 4, "Fro. 7 -- Jat t o Comrotini- - vj r. j wlttaSIONAL ( Miss Pearl Phillips, of guest was the week-enof Misses Mazy and Fay Mc Clare. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cox and daughters. Misses Annette 'and Geneva and son, Master William, are in Louisville today. d LOST: Jfpair of leather saddle 5T mlk: r?2$& LOCAL AMBBKYCfl RI STMAS 4 Ball Band you know the rest, R. R. Co. get them at Finn's Louiviu.c 4 Nmvilli A week from next Wednesday TIMS TABLE. 4.57 pm will be Christmas day. 22 north 3:35 am 24 north Sweaters and knit caps for the pm whole family at Fish's. 23 south 12:35 12:45 am '21 South The best is the cheapest in the J AS, Landrum, Agent. long run that is one reason why Phone No. 8 you should wear clothes. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. m second claw mail matter. tat . - n Potoee Fish's This country has a lot to be thankful for this Christmas ; but thoughts of our boys away from home and of those who wont come back should make us all pretty serious; no one is going to feel like giving and doing useless and impractical things this Christmas, A man by the name of Wells, PERSONAL not a citizen of this county, died on Crooked Creek this week of flu. Give onlu fhe things Please read this from Federal Trade Commission. Article No 2 of this ruling respecting the use of paper says: NO PUBLISHER MAY CONTINUE SUBSCRIPTIONS AFTER THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE OB' EXPIRATION, UNLESS SUB SCRIPTIONS ARE RENEWED preaching services GeoTgiceJ3heets is here AND PAID FOR. from OklahomlruitinK her axdof thanks: To the pee ters, Mesdames M. J. Miller and ple of Mt. Vernon who were sol This must be complied with yant the Signal please send Chas. C. Davis. kind to us during our recent sad- If in your remittance. Those now Miss Georgia McFerton was ness, in the loss of our dear in arrears are asked to pay up. Messenger. call to Louisville yesterday on ac mother, we desire to express our We ---p . need what you . us and M count of the illness of her sister, heartfelt thanks. remember that your subscrio' v- - rwi Mr. and Mas. i&KSHAc Gentry. JA.I XAVL4 X U J A.W Mrs. Coleman. tion to your county newspaper The people of this vicinity are Mrs. Sam Cox was called tc PINEY GROVE on 'Richmond Wednesday evening The citizens el that spteftdid other debt you might owe. We busy gathering corn and strip of the serious illoessoI FEown of Brodhead realizing that a are not giving account subscriptions to ping tobacco Leon Houk has her father, Mr. Johnson. more suitable and attractive home any one, and if you are receiv- been busy running his broom James Proctor, Bogue Smith for their loved ones who will ing the paper, ypu are expected factory and has turned out quite and W. C. Yaden were some of from time to time pass into the I to pay for it. If the paper is a number for the market Mrs. the Rockcastle delegates to the great beyond, lecently organ not worth the subscription price Helen Griffin is spending the Mason Grand Lodge a Louisville ized themselves and set about Ito you, then don't take it, but if winter in St. Louis with her son, this week . to find a desirable place for a you take it and read it, then ex- Egbert, and daughter, Mrs. Lou Mrs. S C. Franklin, Mrs. Cleo Brown, our most et cemetery The land is secured and pect to pay for it. It costs money Purcell. our teacher, is having fairly good licient and accommodating post a more desirable spot could not to send out statements, please master, has been very sick since have been bought. It consists of don't wait and expect us to do attendance considering the long epilast Friday. We understand she 12 acres; and just outside the so. We must clear up our list dissmissal during the "flu" thieves broke into is suffering from influenza. corporate limits of the town of by January 1st; you know what demic. Some a box car hear Saturday night Rev H. T. Young, Att'y J. W. Brodhead on the pike toward you owe send us a check, or by filing the iron bars across the Brown and Dr. M. Pennington, Crab Orchard, on a high dry money order right now, don't door and carried away 200 lbs of atiended the Grand Lodge of Ken spot overlooking the Boone Way wait until tomorrow then it will sugar, 1 dozen axes, some harness tucky Masons, which met in Louis. and in splendid view of the L. & be forgotten. NOW. and a great many other things. N. tracks for more than half a ville. Tuesday and Wednesday. LOUISVILLE- LIVINGSTON Two detectives were sent here .Walter Henderson has been mile. Piney Grove Cemetery is Sunday but did not get a clue to TRAIN. discharged from service. He an incorporation, a mutual comA gentleman who is in a posi the parties. Mrs. J. J. McCall is was joined in Louisville by his pany from which no officer retion to know whereof he affirms, visiting her daughter at Brodmother and they returned to their ceives any salary and all profits told the writer Sunday that he head.- Mrs. J. G. So ward and home here Wednesday morning that may accrue from the sale by, have been on of lots, will be turned into the had it on excellent authority Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish spent that if Stanford people would go Tuesday in Louisville. They treasury and held there for such expense as may come in taking at it right they could secure a took Mrs. Fish's little sister, care of and beautifying the train from Louisville to LivingsMary Lucas Brock, of London, grounds. The officers are A. E. ton. Those who remember the with them to have Dr. Barbour, Albright, President and O.RCass business Stanford got from the the great child's specialist, exSecretary Treasurer. The Inmountains when the amine and prescribe for her. corporators, Granville Owens, R. Northbound train passed at about Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins are H. Hamm, A. M. Hiatt. W. T. noon acd the Southbound an hour with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lair, Brook, Rev. L N. Bowling, Rev. later, will see what a great help t ttV Mrs. Mullin's parents. Mr. Mul- A. J Pike, J. W. Moore, W. P such a train would be to this lins is just recovering from a long Hayes. C. H. Frith and A. J. city. Then, too, it would prove and severe siege of pneumonia Haggard. These names does not a wonderful convenience to the and they will be here until he is mean that these are the only men people living at May wood, Crab able to return to work. behind the move, for the entire Orchard and all points South, J. J. Painter is here from Row- citizenship of the town and com- who get no day traius to this CAS1 land today looking after some munity are backing it. There city or any place North as the business matters. Mr. Painter, are 12 acres in the boundary, but trains now run. The morning his wife, mother and sister, Mrs. for the present only three acres Louisville passenger passes at a Emerson Rice, expect to leave in are being improved. The grounds little after 4 o'clock and the af a few days for Pueblo, to see his have been systematically laid off, ternoon passenger to the Falls sister, Mrs. Luther Jar ret t, who with walk and drive ways leading City at 5:53. and it is always Every pound guarant if in bad health. to every section and quarter of late, hence those persons living Charley Thompson has been the grounds, which will soon be South of Rowland on the Knox-vil-le please or money reft 1 7C pound discharged from army service macadamized. A large number division of the L- fc N. Mrs. Thompson have of lots have already been sold, must use the night trains or none and be and been with Mr. and Mrs. McBee and several have been taken at all. To give the public a BEA1 this week. He received a tele- there for their last resting place. Louisville Livingston train wonld Steel Cut Coffee gram this morning that his C. A. Wheeldon was the first to not entail a great expense to pound brother, Phil, is very low with be buried in the new grounds. to the railroad company, as a 3 lbs. for $1.00 flu at bis home near Preachers, Mrs. A. E. Albright and Mr. train from Rowland to Richmond ville. John Riddle and others whose leaving the former place after the Miss Be mice Landrum returned names we do not have, have been arnval of No. 27, could do the home Monday from North Caro- moved from the old burying work just as well as the Louislina where she has been teach- grounds at the Baptist and Chris- - ville Richmond train does it now. ing, her school being closed on tian church s. The lots sell for Let us all make an effort to get account of influenza. A short $30 a lot, which are 24x24. Piney the train and get busy about it Interior Journal. time after arriving the family re-- Grove Cemetery is beautifully a message that another cated and when pu - in the condi The Local Board for Roc kcas daughter, Miss Ruth, is very tion that those in charge intend tie County has finished their sick inLeuisvUle with flu. Miss that it shall be, will be one et work and under order from the Bernice took the next train ter the most attractive homes for department, closed up office Wed- in alLEastem Kentucky, jnesday night. Louisville to nurse her. -- Roscoe Hansel is moving to Mr. and Mrs. Harp, of Bond, Harlan county. announce the marriage of their Mrs. Ray Bentley is the guest daughter, Ella Mullins, to Brack of Mrs. K. A bparks. King, Dec. 7. . Mrs. Fanny Adams is with Dr. Mrs. received a and Mrs. John M. Williams at message today that her sister, Paris. Miss Montie Owens i dead. The Mrs. Bently came Tuesday to deceased was living in Cincinnati. visit her daughter, Mrs.SW-- A. A telegram from Logan Bryant Sparks. D. Bamsey and family who states that he is back on Amerihave been living at A&retburg can soil and expects to be at home soon. He is now in Massawill move back to town. S. W. Davis was here tbi week chusetts. Elmer Cummins a brother-in- from Mystic. Sam has made good law of our merchant, A.E Proc-tein the roca crushing business. died in Louisville irs,t of the Charley Thompson has been mustered out of the service and week of influenza. Mrs Cum. is now on his way back to Ken- mins, a sister of Mrs. Proctor is very low. Burial took place at tucky. Providence, this county. W. T. Houk was here durtng the week on a visit to relatives At Maple Grove church tomorand looking after some business row evening, Chairman Chas. C Bavis, of the Red Cross Christ matters fifty-thre- e Mrs. E. S. Albright and son, mas Roll Call, will present showing the picture slides spent from Friday until Sunday work of the Red Cross. These with Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Brock, pictures will be given just after at Lexington-Mis- s Lula-xFarme- r r thai are useful find this store a good place YOUXL for the things men want; for the things they buy for themselves. Rich-men- d, Wash-ingto- n, r r same, without charge or tit them if desired. Business demands prevents stopping at any other place in this section. P. S. Every statement in this notice has been verified before the Federal and State Courts F. H. Seeley. glad to show attendance. rs kav& full WILL GO TO FRANCE. The famous Kentucky trio, composes of Miss Em Smith and Miss CZelma Crosby, of this city, and Miss May Bingham, of Pine-villwill Sail for France on the of this month, where they 14th will play for six months under auspices of the Y. M.C. A.. They will go to New" York immediately where they are to fill two important private engagements on December llth and 12th respectively. This trio gave numerous concerts in Kentu cky and other States in the past few months and have gained a very wide reputation. Their many friends in this community will be gratified to learn that they have been so signally honored. Danville e, 04c name in any article is a sign of quaty; it means that whoever gets If gift will have respect ter your taste. Here are some suggestions: - Collars Underwear Handkerchiefs Caps Jewelry xlosiery Gloves Neckwear Belts Hats Sweaters Shirts You may know before you come what to ask for; or you may wait until you get here to decide ; either way , it's here ov. a JFPrmiK'i nhsjjaubuo THE CASH STORE NOTICE. I have boueht a fine Jersey bull, subject to register, and now Fee $l.oo ready for service. which is due when cow. is turned in. At my pasture field near No 1 December 5, 1918. tunnei. M. E. i3-- 4t. Burton. COME IN and renew that old of 20 years ago -- Dec, Noticb to Tobacco Growers: I will on Monday, Dec. 16th, 1918 begin to receive tobacco at the Warehouse et the Rockcastle Ji when I taught your boys and girls in the old log school house in almost every section et the county so-call- ed Dl GROCERY PILGRIM O - BROWN -- 35c $1.10 FLOUR $J.50 MEAL 8021 , Dfummo nd's LI VI NG S TON DEB Account, coueetedi 1 4thegi ilitliMif chres i Fanners - BsssaaisTa IHH r B a a 1 MnT- - iiiii - Tli- - -- i pLbi,n.Tiir.fwiiMiH H LH I. Wet Contents TrAMM CASTORIA For Infants and Children. cioe is used, dress by Dr. ' ' 1 B" IB illilHBPU !? i Hi sflNl Mothers Know Always Bears the that ' nil Genuine Castoria g 4 ALCOHOL WR CENT, 1 fteasirfaafcrAs 1 ? 3S I AVtahfc k r":-- Thcretoinw; NotKabcotic I Mineral. flaHslisssLsllsLv LLH - W f jf In ibbLbbLbP- aw - t 3K TirT a (wtipationaiDUrrtott and Fcveosm -- t,i ftfnl Remedy fa - f M Af Use For Over 'ttmietdtrnjf scsHls Thirty Years KEWTUKS: &K? t i fcK" Exact Copy - 3 CASTORIA thk of W: enrwi cwnun. o citt OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science MT tbat old are l.eglr.s with weakened ktdna and dige3live orgns. Thla being true, it is easy to believe that by keeping the kidneys and digestive organ cleansed and in proper working order old age can be deferred and life prolonged tar beyond that by the average person. For over SM years GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Ofl has been relieving the weaknesses aag disability due to ade vancing years. It la a standard home remedy and nee1s no Introduction GOLD MEDAL Haarlein Oil is Inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules containing aibout i drops e&ch. Take them aa you would a pill, with a small old-tim- swallow of water. The oil atlmuWtes the kidney action and enables ths organs to throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength increase as you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MBDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you in health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. I not wait until old age or disease have settled down for good. Go to your drue-gis- t and pet a box of OOUD MRPAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money r. funded if they do not help you. Three sizes. But remember to ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL Breed. Iii sealed packages. SUV their money every . getting .rcBbcd of Public Health A station today. lloO REWARD, $100 Surge m GeneralVige, head of ft. atotfftd or leaving if about their homes The readers of this paper will the U itited States Vtjttl Health Service, also a speaker at the be pleased to learn there Is at QUr in least one dreaded disease tbst conference, said that Variy 35 deaths occurred auWg civil- science has been able to care in ians from September i.ygilg to allies stages and that is catarrh. December 1, 1918, from iofluenza Catarrh being greatly influenced : Vernon - Solid and peum nia. He had Vo fig by constitutional conditions re constitutional treatment use it once you can get interest oft ures on the epidemic in theWtny quires Catarrh Medicine is taken If yGtt 6 Hall's camps. all your your and the internally and acts thru the Bloody ur. Kosenow reaa ngurea on on the Muoous Surfaces of tb j the results of inoculation around System thereby destroying tpel Rochester, showing that after the foundation of the disease, giving third inocu'ation there were nine the patient strength by building J1 c A cases of influenza per thousand uutBe constitution ard assist against 220 per thousand among ing nature in doing its work, f the uninoculated, and one and The proprietors have so much eight tenths cases per thousand faith in the curative powers of of pneumonia, against fourteen Hallos Catarrh Medicine" they per thousand among those not offer One Hundred Dollars for inoculated. Over 20,000 persons .any case tbat it fails to cure. . were given he three inoculations, for list of testimonials. Send and their cases were compared By virture of a iudnWnt and SUipietfs line to a stooe corner Ltfecnoe crossing the county SDaidt Address Ft J. Cheney & Co., branch, to a stone in H.H. with 61,000 not given the treat- Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug- order of sale et , theStcastie hi the east hollow beyond tuant.a Anmin ..ha :McCIntT7r line a the branch ment. The deaths from influenza gists, Circuit Courti rendered at the KrAh -- :th' , -.- a-uj avu Kne to a rthenc? East a straight line fo toe tv Lesk. 75c and pneumonia among those inocAugust TuletL fog, jthereof, in ,ton corner near old Mill Seat; I befjiiviing. conjoining o acrs, . .. jg h were ulated course a be the same. more or less. those the abos-- styiediwse, the under- - thence, a south.-wes- t Get th Geauln 5dsrl avl signed will, on Sfondiy, twom. straight line up the hill, to a inoculated, Dr. Hsenow showed. and Avoid .tHsVsW bM.RbWT.1 4q .a- - v, 'stone near the center of the di- - Sale to be made on a credit of Surgeon Genera Blue came to A.nLft.S - ividin . .: . ndsfe: thence down the six months. Purchaser will be , f arouse the health oBcials. attendj0r 10 o'clock ana 4 ociock p m.,-'southeast course, required to give bond, with ap ing tht meeting tot realization at the front door of the court w;k a marked line near th- - cen- proved security, for the paymen t iCW&JJgSmJr' economy I house at Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle of the problem confronting com ter 0f the ridge, to the begin- - of the purchased money, to have Every Cakej munities when the amies are deCounty, Kentucky proceed to ex mng, containing 175 acres, " the force and effect of a jndgment mobilized. pose to public sale, to the high- or less. UOMMISb LONER'S SALE. bearing legal interest from date the following deest bidder, The conditions after' the war, 2nd Tract: Beginning on a gaie with a lein reserved on ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT scribed property: with demobilization of mops and stone near tne brancn in ine old said property until all the purCOURTS resumption of immigration from Two tracts of land on Line Sbiplett line; thence a straight chase money is paid. line to a stone near a spring, a W T. Harper, Lena areas in which sanitation, has Creek, in Rockcastle County, Ken- nartn-eas- t G. S. Griffin, course, thence south) Nicely, James Nice-ley- , been necessarily neglected' contucky, and bounded as follows: course to the top of the east Master Commissioner, Columbus Harstitute a situation of far greater 1st Tract: Beginning at a stone ' hill to. a stone; thence south to a Rockcastle Circuit Court . menace to the health of tha na- per, Nannie Decker, near the center of the dividing stone in Nfatilda Arthur's line; ridirain Jasoer McOraw's line. 'thence with Matilda Arthur's' tion than has previously existed, " William Decker, Settle Doan, Charlie t T" thence south .to a stoo with hne to a stone in the old Sbiplett Surge in General Blue said. painters; thence a north west line; thence with the Shiplett line "Public health officials must be Doan and Lincoln Plaintiffs, course to a stone and pointers, to a small branch, west course to prepared for increased demands Harper, Matilda Arthur's corner; thence stone near the branch; thence to from the soldiers themselves, Vs : Commississioner's Sale. N 2 W 58 poles to a pine and a stone; thence running with the tir Use For Over 30 Years for they have seen certain meas- Ida Harper, Ronald white oak by a path, thence with branch to a stone at the mouth tne same branch, at side of Always bears ures of hygiene and sanitation in Harper, Bessie Ken- E John Harper's lime N M-7- -8 the with the sisted on as indispensable to ner Ezel Renner and IIS3.4 poles to a pine, said Har- - the county road; thence a stone; Signature of i ieienaanis. per's corner; thence north with county roadic- - North to tk- - TToitir. nt Amanda Taylor, cta CtTWVl Ul.ait.ll.. LlULVdllflVU U re-scho- ol S. -I l; ?.. nijw (jttiiiiuw- - nm;ua supervisjun we.; lvciiescer, Minn beflsTe the an school children and children of age '' -- ' nual meetings oWwAuaeriean p rejections by draft boards be-j- l cause of physical defects affords jl eKHjuent testimony to .sctu; pny,j ical shortcomings .Tfe ladmiuistrtirn programme muse A . -- - rr K Al Rk , H vpfi J- It llr - mm aB Switch?) at the day by lufJSw 1 ,, 0tW& ng chance P1'.. Depnait nvnev th . At PEOPLES BANK Banking Institution. A' GoodMt. not want to Sank oavs at it Taxes on money ; BANK WITH US Peoples Bank tbth . . . one-tent- e L wtrj7j' 1 w-- ;- 7, - vZJL&n J I j CASTORIA 1 (&&& itV, X AA f - VTA. I , 1 4sM"Bsrss-B- e - - 1.'" V ''' - ..yH ..- . C- - V" v., - BUY HRIFT S AMPS E ME NT pestment prld, and convenient . . . Ov will Csmss7a -- , T .- ,- i' V1HPHt ; : .... ""EST -