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VERNON, 99! eriiii IPifctal s ESTABLISHFB J887 NUMBER 14 voMjme'xxxii ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1919 IN MEMORY, JPS I ! fir i I iTW I liltjy 'I ': BBBBBBBBBr' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH co no my E Thatfs our definition Wi! feel that one of our principal: debts Jo pay foMC)i8 is thank our many customers :f6rthe" business they have given In awofld?made glad by the bless ings of aeaice, let our greetings to one another speak a spirit of that will assure a long reign of Prosperity with which the New Year meet us, co-opera- BBBBBBLlt' 4IBBBBBBBBBBBbI What Is Economy? ?Making your dollars bring back the biggest money's worth I and bbbbbbbFJIbWbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV r9gLo(,BHWBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi if you'll drop in and inspect our Merchandise and consider the prices, you'll realize that this is the one place in town where you can practice Economy without sacrificing quality BEST FLOUR, 25 lb. bags today DR. GROVER C. PRICE WHO DIED IN FRANCE Grover C. Price, oldest son of Thomas Tefferson and Mattie Price, was born in Woodstock, Ky., Feb. 23, 1888, and died in Toul, France, Oct. 3o,.t9i8, age 30 years, 8 months and 7 days. He attended the public schools in his home community,t and later attended the Brown Memorial school at Mt Vernon, KyM from, which he graduated m I91O. He tion FOR $1.40 MANY OTHER BARGAINS JUST AS CHEAP It will pay you to pay me a visit That the New Year may bring, you and yours nothing but success. health and happiness is our sincere wish. 4 i i -- 4 The Blue Front Just Opposite the Court House WE BAKER w.; h . 2X its-peopl- e then S0iTTO,N-:rMEBEH-s r EVERXBODT KNOWS i ) Mr mm Ay m TOOTE'IN'-HEA- D MEANS BUIOC jmr V Revised Prices ; v ;; The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enkbles the Buick Motor Company to establish the following prices on tiie varibus Buick models, effective Jami&ry first, 1919. These prices will not be changed during .our present dealers' selling agreements. .4 e waa a splendid physiMemorial school at London. Ky., ciated. cian, thoughtful, obliging and and completed the 'course with exceptionally high grades. When patient and many are the praise-worth- y acts h$ did at the risk of seventeen years of age he began to teach and taught three success peWorfaJ saTety, which is an eviful terms at Wabd, Ky. He de- dence of his true nobility and truth, hon . cided to take no the,stud74nf-- his highraits-o!?- -. medicine to become a physician esty, bravery aud charity. He and entered the Nashville Medi- had deep faith in his. friends, cal college in 1904 aud later en faith in his country and tered the Louisville Medical col. and.fattfchin. his God. Fraternallege, graduating in the year 19O9. ly he wasa consistent member of He located at Mt. Vernon, Ky., Judson Lodge No. 5i8. F. &A. and began his profession, but up- M. True his star has turned to on the death of his father in I9I0 gold but hi death was a most he moved to Level Green aud glorious one, in the service of took up his father's practice, re- bis country and for the sake of maining there until i9i2, when hu manity. he came to Judson, Ind., where He leaves to mourn his loss, he built up a good practice and the widow and daughter, Sallye, 6 years;, old mother, and five erected a beautiful home. He was united in marriage to sisters, . Misses Sallie, Hazel, Laura Baker, of Plato, Ky.f July Gladys and. Joyce, and three i8,i9o8, to this union was born brothers, Swannie and Lieut. Ky ,: one child, Sallye Jefferson Price. ( 0, V. Price of Level-GreeHe became a member of the and Estel of Marshall, Ind., and Church of Christ when he was. a married sister, Mrs Fred Mul-lin- s, of Withers! Ky and a large 12 years of age and as he lived-so- ' was he prepared to die, with a circle of friends. faith in Him who doeth all.things well. Doctor Price was a kind, just and loving husband and father. He especially loved his . home and was ' always pleased The people of this county rewhen it was filled with friends. He was loyal and intensly patri sponded to the Christmas Roll otic and felt that he must ser.ve Gall about qn an average with his country in the ranks. He the other counties in this section volunteered his services in the of the state. None of them did Medical Corps shortly after ,what they should have done. It America entered the war. He was a hard matter for workers was commissioned First Lieuten- to 'get the people to seperate Red ant and called into service in Jan- pross activities from the war. uary, jgi8. He received hjs They, thought when - fighting training at Camp Greenleaf, ceased, the job was done. This Georgia, and Camp Greene.North is' not strange when we consider Carolina, and sailed for France there was no 'Red Cross 'organi" with the. Base Hospital UnitrTSo. zation in ttie state of Kentucky 78 in September of thisyear, before the outbreak of the presand he was .on'duty ent war. The United States in Toul; Prance, thar'he was War Wo'rkt Campaign which stricken with pneumonia and .rasVconducted, just before the Roll Call and .after .fighting had died after a week,s illness. " X His was a life of Well spent ceased, possibly, caused people -- entered the Sue. Bennett FOR THE NEXT DEALER IN 30 days WE WILL SELL SHOES For the whole family GENERAL ffl D E RY Less than FOR and n, OOU PRODUCE N T Cost tav som Old e Dy Thing Trade with me Goo to close out at cost .. and save money We Buy Any RED CROSS NOTES. value of in this work. I 'They were a part of? the All who have given the, matter a great German plan ,for the milithought should know the signifi- tary and commercial domination cance of standing together 'until of the world " he continued. "I the war wounds have healed, hope tc; be able to say when and the allied powers as a people peace is finally declared that are on their feet again. there is no longer any influential Now that the campaign for German interest in this country; membership is over, it is to you that every particle of German to decide whether you wish to ownership in our important injoin your home Chapter, and thus dustries has been wiped out, and uphold the great army of recon that American industries have s traction, or say by your acts been restored to their rightful that you have not a heart and a owners. dollar to help the people outlive "The sale of German owned or the effects of the past war. controlled businesses in this country is one of the most important battles in the commercial -- World Supremacy Boston, Dec. 30 after-the-war war that Germany has planned country eliminated, the American business man still has a fight on his hand. I have it from German sources that Germany's ' plan for commercial aggression, once the treaty of peace is rati- fiedi has been Germany's "With all German interests in this Three Passenger Open Afoael HTSix44 Five Passenger Open JUbdelH-Six-4- 5 ?otir Passenger CioedMoidlH-Six-4- 6 Five Paifienger Closed MoelH-Six-4- 7 Seve Pienger Opcm Whel H-Six-- v- -! . -- $1495 1495 r" service for others and itupasttog; fobe morereluctant about Red;Cro88. he, leaves pleasant, loving, mem ones to his relatives and friends. SJhe aim ot the American Ited To,them h&,ceatb. has .brought CrosT48 to relieve suffering from anngwar and a sense of personal loss and grief.. AAyucaujK.. jiiaora Those whoenjoyed h'is acqnain- join-ing'the -- "w I " " -- the romemowr mm or, -- UMlijee jipHpa3X!Smappqi;- - out by .th V t '- fwbsptfitrwi'fcf K 45 . J-- ?1785 . ! Sevrt Ps4nrer imm J-- : i ! l? . 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'7 rfc'1 -- 'j'Wwyi a : ty wartime plans for commercial supremacy were described by A. Mitchel Palmer, alien property custodian, at a luncheon of the Boston Chamber of Commerce, with a warning that danger from Ger- ma ambitions, j is not past and cannot , of what has accomjdiabedbytbe United been State in weeding; out Germany's hold-o- n America's, commercial interests, gained for the purpose of furthering this "plan, and declared for a "decree of absolute - divorce between Germam capital and. American industry " Before this country's entrance into the war. he said most of ihdue-tria- l' the great Gerriaa-owae- d eatebtiehmenU were spy to-day d. 'Mr-JPalmentold -- prepared with such minute detail that so market in the world has been left untouched." Mr. Palmer said there can be no question ot the legality of the policy of the alien property custodian to continue to sell and liquidate enemy-owne- d businesses in the United States. Germany and the United States are still at war, he said, aad the trading with Jbhe enemy act is still in full force the selling of enemy-owaeproperty is fully justified. d 1 i tl ceatera'iMw& s of KaiMt, 1i mm . fa. - y wiitttr Trdintr t . . t . tttft ft. m i! w t h y .'' J . - ljm ?ry LvaCSSBKI - n. a.r. t- .OMiidren Or- - & 10 TVrwsas. 1 ' f I 1 arcr rCY?-u.A1ij- . fow...i, -- ''e;gTt:aB machine gun f bullRt nlntved fchrnuo--D th . i 0 bis helmet, continued through his,! nose and wet through his right arm. Another passed through his ri?ht leg. sT h MM! T Arfo-An- Til iiiiTfifraWriM MtVernbn Signal Friday, -- -- 3icbdfr Ttylolf on Jnnuary 2. m&B3BKSHis Renner, is in on a furlough from demic to December 1, 1918. the troops. MM the Morrine Island,- Crawford Published tvtry Friday 61 several days there has beei For ,!;'::;;;;, ';;;1;; Paris, son of James Pans is on a EDGAR S. ALBRIGh 7 much coni cture as to AVlien tbt furlough to stay until New Year. All ages 7017 1244 5773 IN BED FOR MONTHS. 138th will arrive. Some tele ' i 1 yr 490 351 ?39 .fcgj& St.o grams said that the hos or a SUBSCRIPTION oics tAk fflJJMjjjg) 11 For Infnts and Children. Sergeant Korstnoe of the ma- He is a sailor and has made seven Under 210 lono Wade Doan has 1 - 5 years Rao trips across :n t t least some of them had beer chine gun company of the 127th years been trading for the past two 5 10 ant5 given three days furloughs nfanry. Thirty second Division, amplication Mothejs Know 49 35 wmiiM ho 1mm r cnonri "Waut 4ot his up ir Chateau Thierry July weeks, makibggood. too, I think. 10 15 years 259 A 111 84 G. W. Bowman has bten con- 15 20 years 616 MEMBER OF Year's Jay. This, of course, wa ;o, when a bullet took off the lit- Gennne JSfogy MgE!3lmBmiS3mM. 266 fined to his room for ten weeks 2 ) 30 years 1466 172 Y PRES S SSOCI A TION impossible because of the qua? CSNTUCK le finder of his 'left hand and & I2j2 192 with rheumatism. Mr and Mrs. 30 40 years .040 PER OBNlT ent through his right leg. intine requirements, which ar 452 79 Alwiys zti I g Aclabferrcpara&flfifAs- , The leg had to be broken over Budie Rowe, of Mt. Vernon, vis- 40 50 years 373 that troops returning fiom SlsimilatinthcroodbyRnla-21Q years 177 0 a ited Mr. and Mrs. Linza Cromer, la 42 abroad must spend at least tet .tod kept in a plaster cast. Neither illingtheStoandBosrf Sunday. Logan Arnold and fam- Over 60 yrs 306 115 42 Beaxsitlie t these boys has been ont of bed days in a debarkation camp be ily, of Mt Vernon, are visiting being sent to home camp since. fore September IZ 29 95 5KSH ThtivProfflotinDisti011 ffiemltnrB for demobilization. "But we should worry, look at relatives at Pongo this week. October - 337S ?;smI' rwrfnincandRestGafltams, 716 4094 UH' The number of troops coming the fun we're having. We don't Mrs. J. Niceley was with Miss Ida November We have some men among us Optom.Morphtoenor 2366 2799 433 Deboard tram Sunday until Xmas sotfssi neither NotKakcotic who could be of wonderful assist- to Camp Zichary Taylor is out have to get up in the morning Mineral. The above figures represent night Logan Renner U fixing to Hi?? probably being and we have our meals in bed. ance in advancing the growth by ten, these vtOdDeSiiBILm J 5L leave for Ohio to look out a loca- the certified returns jf deaths to other camps for "Yes, sah, and think of you all and prosperity of the county. casuals sent ' 17 1 made officialH to the Vital Sta only demobil zations or men on the walking 'round wearing out yo tion. Robert Doan and James 'eass No man has a r:ght to live Board tSPodTb while we all's saving our'n. Tailor have just returned from tistics Bureau of the State I for himself. The time has come sick list. TOYS the of Health.' As will be seen in visit. Corbin from a ft Th-- p are some 500 men of the .Cincinnati Post. Every for service to others. 2Tc;j; CltmfrdSigBr Mrs. Lola, Doan and Mis Ola total deaths there were 3635 beKentucky with the i'38th citizen should help to make this old i.infnIl?pmedyfor Smith were with Mrs. G. W. Bow- tween the ages 2oand6o, the pro The others were transferred to community better and to State pf Uhio, City of Toledo, man, Sunt'ay. Misses Bertha ductive period of life. When it Wthe sphere of its useful, other u. its or sent to France 'li-Lucas County, ss. Dyer and AliceWhitaker were he is realized that these deaths rep Kft2 ness. Just think of how much months before the 38th Division LOSS OF SLEEP Lttioa Frank J. Cheney makes oath guests of Miss Ola Smith, Sunday resent the heads of homes the rcsulUnthcrcfromnnlt11 2X5 ta moved larger and how much more at :.,. that he is senior partner of the Walter Owens, oue of our best best and most useful of the com f t iS'X" tractive Mount Vernon would be The 8tb came home Sunday, firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing ::.5 and citizens, is fixing to sell out and rnunity citizenry, all trades Si fa: t if our citizens would meet in the Decern' ur 22, on the transport business in the city of Toledo, Miss professions, or in the words of a go west for his health. command of and Mongo'ii under spirit of hearty 3 County aud State aforesaid, and Fannie Arnold was with Mrs. Ber- prominent insurance official, "The capi- Lieut. Col. Robert J. McBrydr, combine their energies and tfEWXy Mr. and most dependable risk.'' then do formerly associate editor of the that said firm will pay the sum tha Owens, Sundav. tal. of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Mr s.Henry Hi board are rejoicing we underatmd what an economic What do you say Casper Wil- Louisville Times. Col. William for each and every case of over tbe arrival of a fine girl; burden this epidemic has as liams ? Speak up Will Sparks ! A. Colston, commander of the Catarrh that cannot be cured A sumed. christened Georgia Leeoma There is Leonard Bethurum who regiment, waited and returned by the use of HALL'S CATARRH From a public nealth standL. Bullock is still running his Exact Copy of Wrapper. thicintauk co.nr. hiwyom errr. could be very helpful. "Trink" to the United States on a later MEDICI NRJ. point, however, there has evolved huckster.wagon. Says eggs are Richards has trod the streets of ship. Frank J. Cheney. going to $1 00 per dezen. Mrs oue distinct material gain An large cities and seen many a skyA. M. Dutton, agent for the Sworn to before me and sub- Hayes Bullock visited her father's evolution in public sentiment toscraper. His J experience would United States Railroad Adminis- scribed in my presence, this 6th home, Saturday, Mr. and Mrs ward the work of disease prevenbe very valuable. Grant Baker tration at Camp Zachary Taylor, day of December, A. D. 1886. Willie Smith. Mr.Beacher Ship-le- t tion: Public spirited citizens, pubREMEDY has ridden on street cars and this atternoon said that tentative A. W. Gleason, and Miss Ida Minks were mar- lic officials in a large measure, soex- plans are for the old 1st Kenelevated railways and knows (Seal) Notary Public. BRINGS RELIEF ried this week and 'left for his cial and religious organizations, actly how to do things in a big tucky Regiment to come to Louis-- If you all gave the most valuable assist Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak- father's home in Ohio. For 200 vear3 GOL.T) MEIAL. Haarlem sules are' the remedy you need. Take wa- - Cossie Sutton, Fred Baker, ville over the Baltimore & Ohio humanity to three or day. The healing en internally -- and acts through want to buy any furs call at ance to Health and Red Cross Oil has enabled sufTerinfrkidney, liver. oil soaks four eerycells and lining of withstand attacks of into the Will Fish, Vic Tate, .Claude Cox, railroad system, arriving here on the Blood on blart cr and stomach troubles and all the kldnevs and drives out the nolsons. the Mucous Sur- James Hibbard's, one mile south forces and in a way that was diseases connected with the urinary New life and health will surely follow. Floyd Miller, Will McBee and two trains on the evening and faces of the System. organs Send for of Pongo. Mr and Mrs. Bill never attempted before, and from lieaitn and to build up andbyrestore to When your normal vigor has been re organs weakened disease. stored continue treatment for a while Willis McKenzie are real lives night of Friday, January 3 organs must be to keep testimonials, free. Niceley are just now recovering this united endeavor will be de- These most important filter and purify vent a yourself In cond'tion and prewatched, because they of the disease. wires in business and would be The regiment will be taken you the Don't F. J. CHENEY & Co., Tole- from the flu. Miss Ola Smith is veloped a new conscience and you blood; unless they do their work fighting.wait untiltaking are incapable of are doomed. GOLD MEDAL. Start powers for any great movement. directly to the railroad yards at do, O. "Weariness, nervousness, Your druggetting over a spell of flu. Bud such a force for common good despondency, sleeplessness,stomach trou- Haarlem Oil Capsules today. your money cheerfully refund Bilhe and Dave Poynter, John the cantonment, and will be asprogress of health ble, pains In backache, and lower ab- gist willare not satisfied with results. Sold by all druggist, 75c. the loins if you Decker, a contractor and builder, that the f ut ther domen, irravel. difficulty when urinat- But be sure to get the original importWess Baker, Billie McUlure, Jonas signed to the ' F " area of the Hall's family pills for ing. heumatisrn. sciatica and lumbago ed GOLD MEDAL at.d accept no subKy., is at home for work will be enhanced ten fold. of Nolin, McKenzie, Mit Milier, Jones Fish, camp. This area foimerly quarkidall v;arn you of trouble with sizes. Already the health forces of neys. GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem your Cap- - stitutes. In three stores. Sealed packages. At all druff Xmas. Todd Cromer is very Oil Rob and Ed Coxare like the rocks tered the 326th Field Artillery, Henderson the Country, stirred as never be- aJb?iraiiSlXlkVrSC: sick at this writing. of Gibraltar. Tom Niceley is a the Kentucky artillery outfit Whitaker is repairing his old fore by such moral support have D leader of good judgment. But with the 84th Division. J.H.Taylor is ruuning taken on new coutage, and in buildings what of Charlie Davis ! He is alF" area immediately adjoins Dr. W. E. McWilliams is here a saw mill for Dr. Cress and do- light of the research work being ways liberal and ..industrious. the present headquarters Of Brig. from the Army Post at Chicka-maug- a ing a good business Eli Ping's done and the plan-- for intensive He stands for live churches, at- Gen. Julius A. Penn. commandPark, Ga. The doctor little bov died latter part of last Ase of every known agency for tractive homes and push in busi- ing officer of the 38th "Cyclone" says the war is "gone but not week with flue and fever. James prevention the outlook for the ness. He is a daily example of Division, of which division the forgotten". C. H. Frith recent Hall has jusi returned from future is agreeably bright. the motto that "A town vrortb 38th Field Artillery, or 1st ly sold G. C. Sutton 120 acres Lynch, Nannie aid TO THE DYSPEPTIC. living in is a town worth boost Kentucky, as it was formerly of land for $3600.00, and bought Mattie Taylor were with Mioses Suning". We could mention others known, is an artillery regiment a small farm from Mr. Sutton Alice and Rosie Whitaker. Would you not like to feel that day Emmett Burton was here your stomach troubles Jare over, as worthy, but suppose these men Eleven officers and 106 enlisted for $900 00. Miss Eutha Masters, buying turkeys and geese last buckle up together and work men of the 38th Division reached daughter of Mr. and Mrs w. H week Beatrice Bowman visited fhat you can eat any kind of food one great Camp Zachary Taylor last week. Masters, of Gum Sulphur, and Miss Dessie Doan, Sunday Mr. that vou crav&? Consider then harmoniously in the object of improving this commun- Brig. Gen Penn is now on leave Steve Eaton, went to Jeliico, Johnson, one of our big oil men the fact that Chamberlain's Tab ity ! What a wonderful differ- of absence, and is visitiug his and were married a few days was in here buying land latter lets have cured others why not ence you .would see here and home at Batavia, O. A number ago. It was a great surprise to part of last week. We have had a you. There are many who have splendid Xmas Everybody had hereabouts. Wake up. gentle- of other officers of the division everybody who knew them as a good time, orespeci?lly rejoic- been restored to health by takmen, and go to the bat lor good also are absent on leave, and will very few even knew they were ing that the war is over. ing these tablets and can now eat any kind of food that they crave. team work and a home run. to the cantonment about sweethearts. Mr. and Mrs. Hireturn JVe hope the sorrows of the January 2 ram Jones, of Albany, Ala , were !?3s3kcc& qzc&x&xi war and the sickness and death 1 I here during the holidays the I L. W. BETHURUM from the 'flu' have purged us of JAMES A. FRANKLIN guests of her sister, Mrs. Masters For Infants and Children ATTORNEY AT LAW our indifference, unified us and Jim Lee Rash, of Chatham, MT VERNON, RY. In Use For Over 30 Years 111., spent several days here with made us as refined metal, free 1 Will practice in all the courts. bears from the dross of selfishness Is Happy Yank In Hosr his mother, Mrs. M. E. Minks, Always j Omce on Cliurcu btreet the Give us a clear vision of a greater and other relatives during the Signature of G&t&z&& pital duty, with the spirit of harmony, holidays. Mrs. Walter Boyd, of 1! Swift & Company buys more than activity and patience to perform U. S. ARMY GENERAL HOS Corbin, was the guest of her 9000 head of cattle, on an average, it. PITAL 35, WEST BADEN.IND., parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sut every market day. So here is to the people of Dec. 13. 'A civilian who had a ton last week. Cashier and Mrs. Rockcastle, and may this be the case of blues was passing an open A. M. Hiatt and little daughter, Each one of them is "sized up" by best and 'most prosperous year door at the hospital here when he Dorothy Vernon, and Miss Rissie experts. she has over had. He Smith spent several days in Louisheard a roar of langhter. Both the packer's buyer and the m ville during the holidays. stopped and went in. rn commission salesman must judge what With the new year it is cus Lying on cots were two wou nded Miss Carrie Boyd, of the Hiatt of meat each animal will yi old, amount Hi tomary to start out with new doughboys just returned from section, returned frcm Corbin a and how fine it will be, the grading of M resolutions and the determina France. M few days ago, where she has been the hide, and the quantity and quality tion to profit by the experiences They were the most cheerful the guest of her brother, Walter of the fat. of the past year. The year just men ever had been seen and the Boyd. Dr. W. F. Carter informs closed has been one that has giv- case of blues waited outside. B"th must knovV market conditions us that he has from seventy-fiv- e en us the best educational for live stock and meat throughout the "Mistah, you all will shore to a hundred cases of flu in the of any year in the cen- have to salute the flag or else go country. The buyer must know where Ottawa section. There is probaone of to the guard house, sah, "laughed tury. We have learned 9 th3 different qualities, weights, and bly a dozen cases within the town the most important lessons that Private James A. Franklin.a Kenkinds of cattle can be. best marketed limits and the school has' been could possibly be taught the tucky mountaineer, as he pointed as bocf. closed this week on account of it. American people, thatis economy. to a tiny flag at the foot of his - If the buyer pays more than the At a meeting ot the Board of In complying with Government cot. Trustees of the town of Brod-heaanimal is worth, the packer loses money JO rules, we have learned that we "Yes, and you will have to regTuesday evening, Dan : on it. If he offers less, another packer, can get along with less meat, ister here, . too," said Sergeant West was appointed Marshall or a shipper or feeder, gets it away sweats and flour; that we can be Albert Korsmoe, Ashland. Wis., Mr. West will assume charge from him. nearer self supporting than we as he showed the plaster cast on at once and we hope withhad previously thought possible ; his right leg which was covered If the seller accepts too little, the livein a short time to see improvestock raiser gets less than he is entitled that we can work together in a completely with names and ad ments along several lines.- - - Judge way to make the products of our dresses of nurses, doctors and to. If he holds out for more than it is and Mrs. Annie L W. worth," he fails to make a sale. farm come nearer supplying food others between here and Fiance. Miller Bethurum were here from Mt. VerALL WORK GUARANTEED for the whole population of the A variation of a few cents in the price "STATtJK OF LIBERTY. " non, Thursday, taking depositions county. per hundred pounds is a matter of vital "They call him the Statue of in the case of Carr Singleton vs. importance to the packer, because it Liberty," grinned Franklin." "If Alice shigleton. Fred Durham means the difference between profit he could be propped np he shore was in town Wednesday' and and loss. The First Regiment boys will would look like it in that cast." Thursday on account of the illvriti moonshiner, ness of his little son, Austin be home Friday. "Get away, This was the good news flashed what do you know about the Sparks, who has flu. Dr. and You live Mrs. W. E. McWilliams will oc to Camp Zachary Taylor Statue of Liberty? by the Camp Mills authorities. in Kentucky," Korsmoe would cupy temporarilly trie cottage of Glad to Try Anything John D Pikenear the Methodist Was in It is, therefore, authorative, and answer. "Three years ago my system was In a terribly re dowm ee7. Mr. and Mrs. Grant So they keep it up all day long church. it sets at rest all rumors. Terribly 41tloa and I was broken out all' over my body. I began tc be worThe hour of their departure and the room, has a constant Balcer, of Laurel, are rejoicing ried about my condition and I Run Down f9S was sUA to try amytMnr frhiek and arrival was not announced. stream of visiting doughboys to over the arrival of their first relieve me. Peru a vnui waald fine ' boi;n, a baby girl. Mrs. Baker is reeemmeaded to me as Condition cvi The telegram said that sixty three hear the f nn. and I blood remedy and tonic, wertky It was soon found that ' Franklin comes from Wildje, a daughter of Elder add Mr. L Ulrica LeameM. officers and 1,085 men of the mt aralae. A tew bottles ekaaxea 28S CO MfsCwal-te- r my eettlem materially and In a SetfyLayco St. Menasha, Wlfc. beopold'a 138th Pield Artillery, formerly 10 miles from Berea, Ky., and N. Bowling. Mr. and I. short tlm owe wm all over my letter liederkranz. Visa ta'BOma- opposite conveys my restoration to Robius ware guests of Mrs. W. trouble. I strength to the First Kentucky Infantry, while, lying on the ground near Peruna. certain. way me B7rnmu- health and aaYm .. eaaerae H I am. fUi to Everywheret." Kentucky ttatioaal Guard, wjjjl Soissons, July 19. with Company A. B Davis one nay last week at , Sola Uoa mU TaaJat -w .IwveCamp Mills; N. Y for Camp E, Twenty ' eighth Iafantry, of the JIt.Ver.n5Bf Jan. 3. 1919 t - A field officer and an assistant personnt-- l adjutant will precedt bust Divisiun, -.. B Lf a - C$ f J " Mr.Elzi i. Renner, son of James p tttt t ry V 1 Lt Lt E KENTUCKY. HE " . Mortality Report Pneumonia from beginning of epi Qgijpk tilSlSSl pall .. c -- jgggg jjgggygjgjg TT A A I fl LIlXlliKlu i Vllf 1 V Kin a A - -- I j 1 I 7. 1 !PJ JP OL-3 j 'rJiMwiUiilA lg I -UMa Brr That Castoria tf W 50-6- -- jm 1 f ftttlfT r nfr '- -J two-week'- s en-lar- lt ge 1 ) TV In l1'! ci essSSM Use or Over 1 p ",iirty Years SAFE, GENTLE SURE . ! n 1 BR O H EAD -- ? 1 Ky.--Miss- es CASTOR A Pattlp Riiviny lor wift & Company 3i3&yy&D&fD& i i JM Dr.M.K, Pennington OF LONDON DENTIST advan-vantag- es MT. MONDAY, Jan. VERNON 5th d, FOR ONE WEEK OR DAYS ! OFFICE ROCKCASTLE MOTEL : Coming Home to-da- I AM' GLAD TO ENDORSE y PERUNA Swift ., & Company, a U; S. B--- A$ i a - s. ?V v: Jt. '- - i ", . s' " frSw -- Sij-4Jsr Sr i - . -' .- y MM M aOjMilPT'-- H t .j, ti ? re ?j'7J ijs2ijBH8838S ? IJ V J . S. Langford has bought ot Mrs. Georgia Rice Sheete,- - the building now occupied-bT.F.J -Mt. Vernon Ky, Jan. 3, 1919 Warren the restavra'nt m:in. ., GET RFADY &jl, jKUM up No.f79 wnn want toCommuni. ' 4 2!w MOND'S BIG NINE CENT v oae'wltlx SIGNAL The lpss of hye stock being ' "' SALE. killed by trains is greater than Eveyy third yard only nine one might suspect: "During the cents. . month of October 1918 there was Every third article only nine killed in Rockcastle County eight cents. head of "cattle, seven head bt LOUISVIU.C & NAtHyiJLLC h. R. Co. Every third dollar only nine nogs ana two other animals, a cents. total value of $513.50. TIME TABLE. This 4.57 p m Begins Wednesday Jan. I5. was not an exceptionally bad 22 ncrtn month but more stock is killed 3:35 am 24 north Last until Saturday Jan. 25 23 south 12:35 P ro there is anybody happier County Court Clerk S. F. Bow- in some of the summer months. .12:45 a m Everybody should be intesested 21 South man has issued up to to day in stopping this loss of stock, as J as. Landrum, Agent. other business interests. I310 dog tags and it is estimated Mrs. Fanny Adams and Miss that there are several hundred at the above rate more than $6000 Phone No. 8. Tevis Bethurum will leave tomor- dogs which have not yet .been worth of stock is annually killed. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posto5oe As a rule the parties losing stock row for Paris, to visit Dr. and registered mail matter. as second-clas- s On account of the Mrs. J. M. Williams. On Tues excessive rains the first of the are not well paid for same. The day Miss Bethurum will return to year, the time limit for getting loss of this much stoctt from the PERSONAL Danville. tags was extended 'a few days.. county 'is a great waste and is Russ Dillian is here buying school at Logan Bryant who has been in But we are requested to say, that not of value' to anv one. hogs. the service of Uncle Sam since those who have not secured tags Miss Ethel Azbill visited friends ELECTION NOTICE. April and stationed in England, yet, must do so, or be liable to a in London last week. On Saturday Jan. 11, 1 p. m.,J been Arthur Cooper spent last week hasborne. discharged and is now fine. Besides it is the duty of there will be a meeting and elecLogan can handle an the sheriff to take up or kill every K&WSChi with relatives in North Carolina at tion of officers for the Rockcasair plane about as well a he can dog found without a tag. of Moreland, a Mrs. James-Lewis- , tle Stock Pens for the ensuing Ford, he made several trips County Court Clerk Bowman year. Now that the war is over was a weekend guest of Mrs across the channel in a plane and has issued the following marriage and nothing to prevent building, Sam Cox. on one occasion was up six hours, there is no reason why these Walter Baugh spent from Fri- during which time he reached an license since our last issue: B Willie Smith to Miss Mary pens can't be built, and get to day until Wednesday with his elevation of over sixteen thousand cousin. John Albright. feet But with all that, Logan Clark; L M. Vanhook. of Pulaski, business right away. We want Miss Edith Phillips, of Wildie. says he fefls better and much to Mrs. Mary Hansel; Davy Cot- - every stockholder present at this spent the holidays with Mrs. W. prefers a Ford over JRockcastle's tongim to Miss Lula Bustle; Log- meeting. This is the biggest and ALL AROUND THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKS B. Wheeler, at Covington. mud roads to one of Uncle Sam's an D. Taylor to Mrs. Lula Farm- best enterprise ever started in er; Milt Mize to Mrs.Carrie Lang our county. It must.be.finished. S E Sheets joined Mrs Sheets best planes. ford, widow of the late Elza Lang-for- Don'jt forget the date. here last week and they are still LOCAL Jack StalJsworth, to Delia Gus Staverson, Pres. with relatives in Mt. Vernon. Proctor; John Baker to Miss Lelia : A business that is not worth Leger; Robert Chapel to Mr. and Mrs. Bragg Thomp Miss -; - FAIR MEETING. son, of Crab Orchard, are guests advertising is net much business. Mirley Saylor; Robert Childress ""There will be held a meeting of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Poynter. Pick your own bargains at to Miss Maggie Smith. of the stockholders of the Mt. Dick Cox will not go back to Drummond s nine cent sale Jan Smith-ChildreMiss Mag- Vernon Fair Association follow college this year, and will be the 15 to 25. gie Smith, the attractive daugh- ing the meeting of the stockholdassistant postmaster. Dick makes Blankets for cold waves $4, ter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith, ers' of the stock pens on Satura good one. of near Brodhead, and Sergt." day Jan. 11, about '2 .o'clock for $S and $12 a pair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Robert E. Childress, of Camp the . purpose of electing officers Drummond's store. of Clinton, 111., were visitors at Meade, Md., were quietly mar atid" getting' things started for The mail order houses thrive ried at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam the home of the bride on the I9I9 fair.. The., "boys will be most, where the least advertisUox, last week. Christmas Eve Day. Sergt. back home by that time and they Willie and Charley L. Davis, ing is done by local merchants. Childress, who is a brother of will' be looking' forward to .that What pays the big merchant Mesdames Minnie Anderson and two of our sailor boys, who came event. Come and help get things in home for the holidays, left last in the big town is equally good J. 3 Langford, of this place, was started for the holding of the for the little merchant In the at home on a furlough, and has best fair ever held in Rockcasnight for their post. now returned to camp, but he tle.. Mr and Mrs. Fraud McClellan, little town. I will sell administrator of the estate of of Chicago, have been with Mrs. Mr. C. 0. Johnson, father of expecis to get a discharge from u .W. A. .McKerzie, Pres. McClellan's mother. Mrs. Francis Mrs. Sam Cox, died at Richmond service within a short lime. This his late home in Preachersville,- - Kentucky, on the Lancaster and for the past ten davs. the week before Xmas. His re- is a splendid young couple and Crab Orchard Pike, four miles from Crab Orchard and eight Herbert Cox, who has a splen- mains were taken to East Bern-stad- t, their many friends joip in wishing them the greatest happiness ::1 miles from Lancaster, the following described property: the old home, for burial. did position in Detroit, came that a long weded lite can bring. home for Xmas but returned Former Army and Navy men to hi work yesterday. The following list represents qualify for a position at least R Miss Minnie Gentry, who spent cost and for greater success at the report of teachers that we Christmas at home, returned to the Lexington, Ky., Business had on hand December 31st. Covington to resume her work as University. For circulars ad- The possibility of all not being 1 7 coming yearling mules, will be sold in pairs; one three-year-o- ld in the public school of dress Wilbur R. Smith, Lexing- ii or some reports not reaching teacher Mr. Miller caused us to print that city. ton, Ky. horse mule; one year-ol- d horse mule; one two-year-o- ld this list and request that any Louis Miller, who is just back three-year-oDr. Walker Owens will leave to- two-ye- ar old fillies; half ld mares; mare; from France, is now at Camp diy for Chicago, 111., where he ex- supplementary report necessary . Clocks 75c horse one two-year-o- ld Taylor.- - He was at home for two pects to take a special course in to make the number complete" be horse; one three-year-o- ld interest days during the week. He will clinical diagnosis,also preventative sent to F. E. Miller before 'JanCream 8SStt 6c one yearling colt uary 10th as the prizes will be be discharged soon. medicines,in the way of vaccines lL03"5 Brown Beverly Master Buck Durham, who has and antitoxines. He expects to awarded on that day. been very sick with flu at the return by the first of February. Repotted: Edith Phillips. $130; Steel Cut COFFEE home of his grand parents, Mr Jesse DeBord, 93; J.L. ThompJ. L. Van Winkle, whose farm is yearling steers; six yearling heifers; two good heifer calves; and Mrs. J. P. Watson, at Brod-hea- out on Chesnut Kidge Way, Karo.Syrup. . has son, 40; Marie Branaman, '34; is reported better. sho.ats forsaken the roaa work which he Belle Jones, '3i; Odessa Burton, 13 JOO-pou- nd Gallon 3o; Anna Baugh, 24; Ruth MulPrivate Arthur D. Eads from has done for the past ten years Otisville, N. Y, and Miss Eliza and has gone back into the insur- lins, 23; Tabitha Hiatt, 18; Myrtle Salve 25c Mullins.. of Middletown, Ohio, ance business, his first love, which Bryant, 18; Rose Gentry, 16, Lou Phillips, 13; Ida Hamlin; 9; Effie have been the guests of Miss he followed for many yeais. barrels of corn; three hundred bales of straw; Soap 4c a bar seventy-fiv- e B. Chasteen, 8; Elk Coffey; 8; McHargue, qf Pine Hill, Hazel Best gift to son or daughter is Bernice Alcorn, 8; Georgia Genbushels of oats. bales of hay; some loose hay; during the holidays Spotless Cleanser a scholarship at the (Lexington. try 7; Prof. Lucy 5; Grace Large, James I White wflo left Rock Ky., Business University. a' Can It disc harrow, one section harrow; wagons; plows; four barcastle about 20 yeard ago and has will qualify them for a fine posi- 5; Mrs. Alice Albright, 4; Theo Pigg, 4; Viola DeBord, 3; John L.' been in Arizona f br feeveral years tion, for independence rels of vinegar; cider mill; log chains; hay frames; buggy; and great Bullock, 2; Fanny Kiddle, AT 2; L A on a visit o old Rockcas is here er success, ror particulars ad sets buggy harness; some household and kitchen furniture and tle friends. He lc ks well and but dress its president Wilbur R. Chasteen, 2; Hobart Alcorn, 2; Lela Norton, 1; Willie King, 1; little older than ?hen he left. other things too numerous to mention. Smith, Lexington, Ky. Winnie Falin, 1. Miss Hattie Bi wn, of London, on day of sale. Made Mrs. Mallev VanWinkle. late &0 was the guest of Jrs. E. S. Al . tt 22 FOK FLETCHER'S bright for the i ek end. Miss of Rock House farm, has located J Brown and her mother passed in Cincinnati,, and is connected MNINI through Mt. Vrnon yesterday with the oldest and most artistic SiSSiii on their way totndianapolis to photographic studio in the city. ' B. doing expe.fc photographic work make their futur home. Abe Penningto a brother of She keeps the home fire burning, Mrs. Neal Parr t, who has lor however, at Mt Vernon. P. several years be an expert in all who are owing to buy. Young men and women edustration m Notice: To Food w with Mrs. Par- - cate for greatest success at the -Radio service, either accounts or notes. The fellow who tiever adver-vertisa few hours Lexington, Ky., Business Unirett and family ainHkbee lilted on You will please come in and sethis business is the fellow The yesterday, while m ins way to versity. It it an American incandling. tle same as I am needing the who does the kicking about hard shipping eggs without is over, you still have Philadelphia whe he is an in stitution of high" ideals. It has All dealers, are asked not to buy money to pay for the goods that times, no business. in Radio structor you Jhave been using. I hope educated thousands for success. to eat and enjoy life eggs that are evidently bad. Capt. Irvin De !y, a son of the For particulars address its Presi- . this will be warning enough with. H. T. Young, THE BEST COUGH out any furthe'r notice. late Elijah Denu nd a cousin of dent, Wilbur R. Smith, LexingYou will still find a Complete Line of Food. Administrator, MEDICINE. Respectfully, the Davis familylopped off here ton, Ky. Rockcastle County. Jonas McKenzie. for a day last wft on his way . The Germans When a druggist finds tb"aT Jiave done everyfrom one of the "aithern camps thing they could to set the world NO GREAT ACT OP HEROISM DON'T YOU FORGET IT. his customers all speak well of a to St. Louis. In watelife Capt. against them. JBut certain preparation, he forms a this matter REQUIRED. 'Benny was a duist and his Bear in . mind- that Chamber. good opinion of it and when in And all kinds of Canned Goods, to.of bidding submarines away 1a If some act ot heroism was lam's Tablets not -- only move the need ot such a medicine home is in Missoii gether' with high grader of Meat, Lard, is al another offense. It is in connecese&ry to protect a, child bowels but improve ine appetite Flour andMeal, and in fact everything M. Minihan, of tradiction of the terms of the Lieutenant most certain to use it himself and from croup," no mother would and strengthen the digestion that i9 kepfrjn a first-clda- s the U. S. Navy is ire for a few armistice; and the British inin his family. This is why so hesitate to protect her offspring, They contain no pepsin or other . Grocery Store ,"' days with Mrs. ihan and the spectors are to be congratulated but when it is only necessary to digestive ferment but strengthen """! druggists use and babies. For seve months he upon their thpughttulness in ', , , .a l keep at band a bottle of Cham the stomach and enable it to ptr-- mend Chamberlain's w4Ku,aem r did 'convoy duty f the Irish ferreting out all German wareu J' n ' Cough Remedy aud form its tunctions naturally.' berlain's coast. Lieut. M lan has had ships. And this business should p rc-,x- ,i e.. giye it Has soon as the first in. druggists ot curbunj. Ky., says, .. . .i a a .i many and varu experiences ptt every Allied element on the 'if - dication of croup appears, there ADVERTJSR YOUR BUSINESS L"I have used Chamberlain's esoutn side WESt Main 'Sweet , II during the war, I being the qui vive to see that the Huns 'WWlwa; We call attention to our splen- PnlloVl BdmaJir an mn are many who, neglect it Cham-beriainMt. Vernon splendid convert jnalist that derive no advantage .from their B. the past seven years, and have Cough "Remedy i with- did list of advertisers. he is, it is real enji lent to listen duplicity in any direction what- Read, what they have to say found it to be the best cough all' and is prompt in the reach of tq him relate tho experiences. land remember them when you go. medicine. X,hvc ever kaown.i and effectual. . y Mt.VernonSignal ffiiMTnififrr'iTfiimrm 79 79 A. E. Proctor is numbered with the sick. S. B. McKenzie was up from Stanford Wednesday. Miss Julia Fish has accepted a position in Louisville. Mrs. T. F. Warren has been very sick for the past week. W. H. Fish has been in Cincinnati during the week on business. Prof. Lyons was here for a few hours last week on business. John D. Henderson came down from Louisville to spend Christmas with his mother. Prof. J. S. Irvin was here last week looking after his farm and -- COUNCIL Of 'NATIONAL DEFENSE -- FRANCE ENGLAND BELGIUM ITALY IF than we are, we're glad of it We want to 'thank you one and all for your most generous patronage and to extend to you the GREETINGS of the SEASON. mH d; '- r- ss ADMINISTRATOR'S Wednesday, Jan. 8th J. H. Thompson, S .A..L--I .bLi ON As at D KM '8 27- - Horses &Mules-2- 7 eight two in two 5 CASH GROCERY STORE Alarm :- 3 CATTLE AND HOGS 90 d, Ten 80c Vick's Duck Farming Implements, Tools, Etc, 4c About 200 One two Drummond's Ll VI A Ghll r n"Gr.y . NGSTON a, X TERMS: known CSTOSIA ) '.iiS.xi..::.. J.T.Rigsby,Admr., Crab Orchard OOL. JOHN DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer I . ll WON MN RE but i Airiini es XMAS -- Fresh Vegetables fruits - ' IV - P.O THE nDIPJTIINJ DADAIIM v-irvir"iii :... JT Jes' HI Kb . r-- - . -- - l. Cummin, Prop V P:lr 3S. -- f, y- v- f fc ay-- - 1 z -iJ ; i 'Nt ' -, '- H. vx.. ,; &L "fijf 'fwii.YM.yiiii "fiifVini-Tniimin'i auHMMMtfttMABiwaa fiSr r-f- , Kjyti'iny - ufeaa i mL fci Stop and Think first mo ve THE a winning battle of life Is made when savIt ing begins will educate you financially by de- i. tth Liberty Loan Is Being Assailed iTTJTiMlMHirin .. LEE CHANDLER In France Bourges, Fiance, Nov. 24, 19 8. 1 BytProptacn ists veloping, traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness. Every deposit made --with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. t. Bank of Mt. Vernon . D. C. Wills. - BEREA AFTER WAR -- not detracting one bii the great glory of vie ory when we say that the United states, in g. measure, emerges iron. 'his "war a burnt child," said D. C. Vills,, chairman of the Central Lib "'riylLoan'Committee of this Federal teiferve District in a recent inter are "W1 from 3 Program FOR AND OTHERS RETURNING SOLDIERS Trie World Conflict of Arms Is Over- that of - reform is just beginning. commerce, industry, and social The flower of the manhood of America which rallied to the defense of our great T-T nation is now return- T TT1 A ? With its fixed high principles and ideals, makes this warning call to every ambitious young man and woman in the great mountain region. Berea has been onehundred per cent patriotic through the war to themsplvP -c- ontributing more than 7 aJia one thousand students their Peoplo they and twenty faculty mem- - must be thoroughly bers to the service and prepared, A now it ts ready to enlarge and intensify its courses "Jc&Si ' 3$s2J to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in the Foundation, Vocational, Academy.Normal & Col ege Departments. Berea recognizes that there are splendid people m the mountains that cannot get an educationin the average high priced school, and to those people a special invitation is given. There are two important terms before this school year closes. The Winter Term, which begins January ist, and the Spring Term, which begins March 28th The cost of the Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is $40. For the Spring Term, $37. College the ordinary pursuits of peace. These returning soldiers with their enlarged vision of life will naturally becomethelead- ers of their communi- riP.s and tn dn inatW past. "I do. not believe any great amount of counsel is necessary to the average American, along, the lines of thrift and investment in government 'securities. I believe the lessons o the loans during- the 'war lyive taught 3dm the superiority of Liberty Bonds as a safe, sane and lucrative investment and he would, consider it .unfair '.of the government' not to 'give h!im 'this means' r of putting by for the future." iew in Cleveland. "And as the burnt child avoids the Ire so must we be ever on the alert. ver watchful of that despicable, rcacberous fire which singed us in so nany places propaganda," Wills' tatement continued. . "Until all our war obligations, all obligations are cleaned ur post-wa- r ff the slate, we must continue down he straight road of thrift, avoiding ill the frogs, switches, sidetracks and pread rails with which enemy-in- opired gossip and rumor will beset our track. "One of the , early and insidious stories of this kind which has come :o me is the tale that the Fifth Liberty Loan is to be taken up by the bankers that the people will not be called upon to buy bonds. "That lie must be nailed now. , The'Fifth Loan will not be floated junjilf April, but preparation for it must be undertaken immediately. ' !Lw.W be a popular loan just as the others were and the people will be' called upon to subscribe to it just as they have been in the Dear father: Well I guess I am doi ig what most of the boys over herevare doing today. I suppose you have heard of the campaign for all the American boys to write to their father today, as we had a Mother's day some time ago on which I complied. Since the censor has let up considerably I can tell you where I have been, and when I was there. So here goes. I Ipft Hoboken on March 14th, on the good ship Pocahontas late in the afternoon, and was twelve 5 days coming over. We had no mishaps of any kind on the voyatje. We certainly had the best eats I have ever had in the army. We were well enough crowded but enjoyed it fine as I was not sick at all. We had a Y. M . C. A. man on board with quite a lot of books and magazines and I put in a good part of my time reading them. We had some moving pictures occasionally and plenty of singing, as the Huns hacleft a good piano when the ship was taken over by the U. S , which came in handy. We anchored outside the harbor at St.Naizaine, France, March 26 about noon and waited until five o'clock to pull up to the docks. The. fields and gardens were all green and looked like summer time, but I found that it was not warm as it looked, and most of the vegetation except Jbhe .grass, was a kind of cabbage or carrot variety that grows in jmost any kind of weather. As you Jean imagine the land looked better than any thing I had seen. It was the first time I was ever where I could not see all 1 wanted to. We unloaded the following morn ing and hiked out for a camp about thirty minutes walk and I got my first view of a French town. The French people all along the road cheered ?nd yelled at us, but I couldn't tell AreJYou Asleep at the Switch? Mci are getting robbed Take no chance At Mt-Verno- of all their money every day by carrying it around or leaving it about their homes Solid Banking 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 n PEOPLES BANK A Good. Deposit your money in the BANK WITH US $ Peoples Bank 0 IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New Yoik Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B Krock. The Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. Courier-Jonrnal's CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press ana by Tom Wallace, as Associate Editor of The Courier Journal, and Morton M..Milford, staff correspondent. covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, KENTUCKY AND INDIANA AFFAIRS, LIVESTOCK AND TOBACCO PRICES reported each day fully and interestingly by special correspondents. what they were saying I didn't and complete reviews of all other important markets reported by experts the most complete and accurate market page printed in Louisville. THRIR MUSTSTILL BE OUR WATCHWORD "WhilA wmjm RAariinn - Gnnrl, a Nowct mssa w From urppe SiJJJght On a-- do anything at all at this place except keep out of the rain as it rained every day the week I was there except the first. I left the first day of April for Blois not far from this place (you can probably locate the place if you have a good sized map), in box cars, very small ones, as all the French cars are, and after a day MOST QUOTED EDITORIAL PAGE as ever. in America, with Henry Waterson, Editor Emeritus, whose pen is as vigorous SPORTS, COMICS, SOCIETY, FASHIONS States.. and everything else that goes to make up ihe best newspaper in the Central By Special Arrangement .lf Economy," Says Writer It is not. yet time to let down the bars and spend as yon may be inclined,. The country's welfare continues to depend to a serious degree upon the thrift of its people. ' The Saturday Evening .Poet emphasizes this need 'in a recent edito; rial in cwhich it argued'the" necessity for & Fifth Liberty Loan, citing the fact" that "eVen wlieiC aU proceeds ,of 'the Fourth" Loan and'all current taxed are spent we will still face a ,deflcit. "Reports from many 'cities indicate, that we are building at only a" Quarter or a third of rate," the editorial says. "There, are big arrears to make up. Road improvements and numberless things' are deferred. No' news that can come out of Europe will have any "relevance, to the present necessity for strictest economy at " our-nc-rma- For full informatiion and Marshall Secretary College E. Vaughn BEREA, KENTUCKY advice, write to ENOS SPENCEB. President CBAS.C. HARRIS,' Vice PreaUeat R. a. LINDSEY, Secretary l "Every weather vane you see; points in the same direction. In a, nutshell, 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postoffice LOUISVILLE", KENTUCKY when a '.bank gets .harilj up jt redisTrains young men and women for Business or Cavil Service counts paper at a Federal Reserve Bank. The volume tofn Federal Repositions. All who desire to aualifv for either or KnA I.Sw serve Miscounts is a measure of the. n era ployment should write for full information at once. pressure wnpon 'credit1 When ,thec Fourth Liberty Loan campaign 'start-i- d those discounts had risen from less than two hundreds million dollars the year .before to more than.sixteen hun dred million dollars, ojf jwhich qyer .eleven. aqnqrea,muuon8 was war "iaper-pape- r BecuTeoTTy 'government Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite r waEK.obligations.' That was bef owthe rflotation-.o- f a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would '' loai. .Excess of .bank loans over deposit3is nave pains ana a neavy teeiing after my meals, ajnost vlt slso1 a sIgiirof sMIb disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with. , butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I beeartto have "At the "beginntng- ofithe 'Ubpty1 Lqan 'campaign Joans tl of Netf,-Ypr- k regular sick headache. . I had used oills and tenters.' hut V-.City clearing-hqusbanks exceeded after a course of these, I would be constipated, lust aJ 'deposita'by seveh nuildred'mmidn 'dol- teemed 1o tear my stomach all up. . Lr r. found they.wert , i Vf 'lars. , no good at all for my trouble. I heard ,n ( "Every debt. yoa in car iaxa straw on c00 v fbrlV&'IJl-Yj,1CTHEDFORD'S A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION Commercial School OF LEARNING home! and nights run arrived there. I found it a fine little town of about thirty orv forty thousand inhabitants located on the river Loire, in a beautiful country.. We were there for about three weeks and I had a chance to look around more than any place I have been for the length, of time, as I did not work any and only drilled a while each day. I visited the Chateau de- - Blois while there with, a bunch, of others, including a if. M. G. A. Secretary who knew the history of the place and be explained it all to us. The building was constructed during the twelfth at d thirteenth centuries and was used as the home ot a number f the French kings and other mem- bers of the Royal families before ,they . went out of existence. Among them was Louis XIII and Queen Anne. It was during their reign that most of the build ing was erected and. on all the pillars and many other parts of the building you can see the let 'Mf , Vernon Signal Is Enabled to Offer The Daify Oouner-Journa- F And Mf Vernon SignaF In combination by mail for one year at only ; 4 Regular Subscription Prices Are $5.00 al 1 The Daily Courier-Journ$5.00 Mt. Vernon Signal $1.00 By tauing advantage of this combination difference. $1.00 price airangement you save the STOMACH TROUBLE it J BUCK-DM- U recommended very highly, so began to use.it It cured d rae. I keep it in the house all the time. , It is ,the beitr lo- if IH 'fomaph irnuhU anvmnro" th'e jaded liver and helps ittodoMtsMmprfamtwofkfbl ' throwing but waste materials and poisons fromthe' s- v- a)i ' tern. . This medicine should be in S? Hver inprlir n mart I An, '0ii j. W,;i ,YOtt .-ii- i.rv 1 H M iLn?ae-.tn-eed- uose ionignL fujMtnu, wkc 'Knctow.' trwm su" m - GetaipackagetcaVT1fyoufcel " OM$ . . mai,.. kmc an iui will leei i.i.x vma' urusKiMsv Trj V- ,J to-- ' ,a J. BPCtApDOil M ,tj bination. an, who is compared with Nero the, . Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of for. wickedness lived and died h, here and I saw the room in whic she. died, the, chairs andiother fur niture which she used they are MT. VERNON, KY. me uuu- - aiso visueu. 11 intact. olrdit, r- eon in which she kept her pris uers, mere were many ot,ner M. 0. A , installed an oil station, p. m, May 23rd. This was ccn-- 1 weekly half holhy and I like to things around there that were in hauled and unloaded freight slderably ithe largest town I, get out with just, few to teresting to me. I visited the trom. cars, and many other France and all the selves occasional)' I don't know- Deni..,apen, the .man things before I began work in French people say it is the very when we will bmoviug again. statue-'o- f tfie French claimjas thein-ventoro- f the, office, two .wefeks-afte- r who I'ar-- , best part of France. I believe I I am well and gepg aloag fine. the steam engine. v It is , "While reading good aewifrom Eo- mere, omcu bnub uuic ai told you 'quite a lot about that I am not worryii abont when Llocated on a knoll with steps 4ead- - riven my work has beenfin the office' town while I was there, so I will we are cominghome. but of jconcmy prolgram. .JJwwin receive "ing'sup: from every side and room j course 1 wilit feel peeved not say anything about it now. f left Chaumont May 21 mm ii m mw m enongn uu wjp iuj- a hundred or Tours, arrived in about twenty this when they ordesme to roll np I left Tours .'Sept. 16 v: - two people. I left ,this. place four hours. I had a much bet- place 'Bourges" . this isfor a my pack for t trip back toi also April 23rd and. arrived., next day ter , trip ,than I had ever had good sized town, in normal times America. Weill course yot i' Pm'C CAX7?fTl-rV A v. at Chaumont, a little town not before. We were in little dinky about fifty thousand but at pres- - know all about le Huns U " -X " TORtf AW far&om the Swiss border. This cars this time. Ii. ent about one' hundred thousand. whipped and thiaiser movini jJMT.yjEKNON.KY. wasthe first place in France passenger iiQFICE.Oa and. floorofi that'I had seen any hills, and as you remember in some of the It seems more like an American Glv& my love toll the fa and everyiy else. a picture of the city than any I have seen as there,tvVe,?n,fi h it was a Uttie more like home I old histories train, you will have fs Triors hustle and bustle and I lOUri, K. believe I liked it fully as well first R, LXJHANDtKK. jdea t)f how some of the mnro TUitrrtni7 thft street ear If 7 as any 'place . I have seen in a fiair konb 80 pSacSwOren'! Headquats, Care theatres, etc . 'than any passenger-- ' trains look;here. If J,it,' imrl - iIr Fraacev But.no?loanng here. . X , m Record .. Offi got our ouync,un have been. 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