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L's from the American Army beat the M. P's. (Military Police) into Metz two or three days and that when they rounded thtm up they had so many they did not know what to do with them I had planned my trip to be in Paris on Thanksgiving, whereT had a turkey dinner in a French restaurant, regardless of cost. It was another great day in Paris, when the Capital welcomed King George and his two sons. I crowded in until I had a splendid view of the whole procession, which included the Bang conomy E e What Is Economy? I Making your dollars bring back the biggest money's worth .That's pur definition and and President Poincare in a carriage drawn by a nice span of blacks. I think it must have been the same team which drew the President in the Fourth of July parade. You have doubtless read of the great display of You'd often like to drop into a store and look over captured war material on display things youVe seen advertised. in the Place de la Concorde. The hundred of guns of every size, tanks, balloons, in fact everything you don'st like to be urged to buy and we was completely covered with peo agree with you absolutely. ple to see the King as. he passed through, escorted by the magmfi-- . cently equipped French Cavalry, You can come to this store any time, try on Cloth-cra- ft will pay you to pay me a visit with their shining helmets and Clothes and not feel the slightest obligation to long black plumes, which looked like horse tails to me, hanging purchase. from the top of their helmets down the back of their neck. are glad to have you visit us first to investiThe captured aeroplane display is at the end. of the Tuilleries gate to see for yourself the result or putting the savI which at this point has ;. been ings of applied science back into the clothes year after raised to a helsrht of aboutfif ..,,., .... r teen feet overlooking the Place JUDG EBET.HU RUM year. de la Concorde, which by the;way 1 . mM a Is the place where Louis- XVP ASKS WIPE outSoon or late we know you'll come back, because with thou; and LIQUOR TRAFFIC sands of others, were beheaded wfien you are ready to buy you'll want the style, After the King had passed and comfort "and lasting quality Somerset, Ky only 70 years, of everybody became restless they tV , broke the inclosure around the Clothcraft scientific manufacture can give yoo. aeroplanes and before the Gen'-- Editor Sienal.. ,- - IT yc- -. darmes could stop them, had lit- Hft, Yernon.TKyia.' , erally torn five or ix of them to Dear Sir: iH I am informed by reliable. pieces for souvenirs. The police con- Mt. Vernon that fnuht and wrestled with them I citizens of n,ecjccasme are - t j1 " zumosb ininnns.in TVi. i. itVT 1 for an hour but could do nothing time, due to I was standing on a gun down on intolerable at this liquor, and the street when somebody yelled the illegal sale of For the whole family KY. to one of the crowd to "throw that practically nothing is being one over". I never knew wheth- done to relieve the situation. I er he meant one souvenir or one The Statutes provide that if aeroplane, but the crowd took it liquor is brought into local op- MERCHANDISE tomeanths-latter- , so they yanked tion territory for sale, a crime manity of her troops under arms. them with forks, and plunge inis committed by the person guilty X talked to a Y M. C. A. man to this pool of fresh steaming one of the largest planes, weigh ot that act. The county officials who was, there that night. He water and see them come out ing several tnousana . pounas street, are justified in seizing packages WRITES ANOTHER INTER- was in a cellar CO U iust off the main clean and free in body as well as right over the wall into the containing liquor brought into ESTING LETTER "We have some Dry a spirit; see them don their new fitteen feet below, where the Drr1racfr.la fnniit.tr fnr cftlp ftnfl street of the city, which is crowd tore it to pieces, even tak broad beautiful street. When uniforms and start for home. I Goods to close out at cost it is their sworn duty to do this. the alarm was given he ran into talked to many of them and it is ing heavy iron bars from the with me the officers and good citizens Cote Dor, the cellar, but as things did not impossible to describe their hap- guns nearby and hammering If 7 all do their pieces off the engines and other worK together and and save money We Buy Any Old Thing France. material very fast, he looked piness From Nancy, I went strong parts, before the police full duty, the bootlegger will be out just in time to see a German Dec. ii, 1918. about fifteen miles compelled to go out of business, plane sweep right down to the away, a smaller city but one could get them away. I stayed Dear Edgar: out of the crowd but a few "sous" and conditions in the county When I wrote you last, I house tops and literally pepper which has played a large part in ing have thus far saved the boot- for the past month, is much im- got all of it I wanted from small will inevitably, improve. It is go to Nice on a this street from one end. to the this war and suffered less. I knew was expecting to legger, but he will not be able in Lproved. Mrs. W. A. McKinney boys after the crowd was dis- up to us. I propose to continue gun. Luck that my brothers-in-law- , vacation but did not get away un- other with his machine Peyton the fight until the battle is won, the future to rely upon this. I and Mrs. C. M. McKinney and shall ask the grand jury at the little daughter, Rhoda were with and then ily most people had been quick Reynolds and Bradley Brown,' persed. til the last of November Last week we had a call for and all I ask is, that I be given coming term of court to report to Mrs. Dora McKinney Monday. off the street, but were in the vicinity of Toul and bad a chance to visit some of the enough to get go with tbe army of oc- the proper backing and encourme every person suspected ot A. W. Adams and family, of the territory where the Western many were killed. Not satisfied Verdun and I spent two days try- men to cupation to Germany. I volun- agement by the good citizens of perjury in an effort to shield the Quail in- with this, he made a circle and section, spent Xmas with front used to be and took that ing to see them, but all their and was notified Sunday that county. guilty, and where it is apparent relatives at this place. Rev. D. As the censorship has came back up the street the same organizations were moving back, teered stead. In order that the fight may be f that this is the case, the perjurer W. Grubb failed to fill his apj been modified; I might say that way. After the raid was over I did not get to see them. 1 did that I would be sent, possibly for Paris tomorrow. auspiciously begun and sucessful will be sent to jail for contempt pointment since coming over 1 have spent this man helped pick up some of not gov up as far as Verdun, as leaving here at Mt. Pisgah SaturSo do not be surprised if my ly carried out at the coming of court. In extreme cases this is day Dithe dead, among them a mother the only transportation available three months just outside of and Sunday on account of is written from some term of the .Circuit Court, it is justified and I shall not hesi bad jon, a city of more than one hun- with a few months old baby in up there now is just as you catch next letter weather. Mrs. J. J Nichols, 1 have to .necessary that every lover 01 to wield the power in this has almost recovered from a sepopulation, lo- her arms, both dead. The only a ride in a car or on a truck. I castle on the Rhine. tate dred thousand especially direction if to do so will help to vere attack of pneumonia followcated about one hundred miles Protestant Church in the city is was within 13 miles of Verdun on sign up for at least four months law and order, and al- every person opposed to the save that couuty from the blight-nin- g ing influenza. depart, simply a mass of ruins, once a the southwest and over some of service to be sent, but as I am south east of Paris in the ready signed for the duration of liquor traffic, in Rockcastle, at effects of the most deadly ment of Cote Dor (Golden Slope). massive structure of stone and the old battle ground of 1914 the war, which I could not very tend the opening of Circuit Court enemy that every imperiled the State of Ohio, City of Toledo, , where I had charge of a small concrete It was a fair sample of Everything was commotion up well claim was over until jpeace at Mt. Vernon the first Monday peace and wrecked the lives of colored hut. Since July 22nd I what has happened everywhere Lucas County, ss. there. The great armies were is finally signed, I decided that, InFeDruary, i9ig, and assist in have been at tbe above address, in this unfortunate city. All of the .countless hundreds of the Frank J. Cheney makes oath cities are so rich in getting out of the devastated re- four months would not' make so the perfection of an organization good people of that county. about is miles north of Dijon, the French that he is senior partner of the gions and there were miles of much difference, after all. Be- to fight this infamous business, .B. J. Bethurdm firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing where I have charge of one of the history that it is impossible to J begin to tell of the things you moving troops and trucks. Com- sides I will have new work in a so that the mighty 'power of the; Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court. business in the city of Toledo, largest Y. M. C A. huts m France. ing back to Bar-le- , Due, where I new field and time will pass fast- whole county may be ehitsted in County aud State aforesaid, and This is one of the largest camps learn. I spent two nights and caught the rain for Paris. Some- er than if I stayed here. I shall the campaign for its overthrow. must tell you having around one day there. also in France that said Arm will pay the sum times as far back as you could hate to leave here as I have been This, accomplished, I feel that twenty-fiv- e thousand men all of the most interesting thing I of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS see the road would be lined with right in the camp here for nearly the victory will be practically every case of summer. On my vacation, I went saw. There are very famous heavy artillery, our biggest guns. five months and have made'e.ome won. I;. therefore,, appeal to the Mrs, Logan McKinney, wbo has for each and cannot water baths here, the be cured from Dijon to Nancy, the ancient natural hot drawn by the powerful ca'tterpil-- 1 good friends alnong the officers temperance people of my native been sick ior the past two nonths Catarrh that CATARRH capital of the Lorraine province largest of these being a pool, pos- lar tractors. From Nancy, I had and men, as well as Y. M CA county tocomevto tbe county is able to leave her room Mrs. bytheuseof HALL'S and a city of 135.000 people be sibly seventy five feet by two a chance to have W. M. Swinney died at her home MEDICI Nft. taken a Tide workers. i February 3rd, 191a, vwith fore, the war. Nancy has been in hundred,, splendidly equipped. Frank J. Cheney. dear Hopewell last Wednesday of The Y. M. C. A- - has taken this up to Metz, but as I 'learned Our mutual friend back: bom their. miBjMb made-- up to,, destroy range of the. German guns for Her jamains were Sworn to before me and subiftaistiDg, thim unisonous .viDer that-r i Influenza. x four years- - and has had more over for every afternoon and that 'th& American Military Po- continue io write' Me the family grave scribed in my presence, this 6th laid to rest-idur- evening and' it is free to soldiers. lice had estabiished themselves thai my letters, are interesting, brinfingso mucb.sin and crime than threehundred air raids yard at this 'place Friday.- - She day of December, A. D. 1886. - .. A. W. Gleason, ing the Sisse. While the city is On the day I was there, Nov. 22, there the day before, I was afraid but when you get tired ,of them, into tbatcgoodV.CQsnty. , ,have .leaves a. husband and six, childin Verdun or more than three hundred prison to .risk it, . as I had no movement just ''chuck" themme - the waste For years aad'years, I Notary Public. not demolished like (Seal) .. 1. 'protest? baeketland write withrthis mon ren to mourn this loss. Mrs. D. Hall's Catarrh MedicineMs takRheims; 'there is not a block in ers of war, mostly British had oraer ior naeiz ana tney usually I am hoping,-t- be inV Paris' '&t beetfstraiglingo savoring, to driye B. Barron, who has been confined Iter Wil and end an exam pie out of Y. men e has not been struck just gotten back from the en internally and acts through the urday when the President ar onvmcea to her bed for the past year, reman lines where they had been it they catoh them traveling nve&vtaua uixaui iwiu tviiic Itfrem Mucous SurRuins everywhere. J. suppose bring mains very sick. Mrs. Malissie the Blood on the think this trip tbadthls ly bow many prisoners for months, some for without orders. You know-- it yout about System. Send for no knows faces of the wu-ty- , McFerron is spending, the winter " Their government Tiad was so soon after the armistice to Germany is a fine chance. X peace ana pcoBperijyr people havebeen killed. They years. lUavfcqight ..ado ome-thi- nk with her son, J. A McFerron. 'testimonials, free. & Co., Tolenew cloth-- 1 was signed, that everybody who suppose "a fools luck' kept me twd'rmights Wore the arraugedrto issue-theF. J. CHKNhiY raided it from the frost during the war, of Mbstastial besefir to the; Sfiss' Martha Kirbj spent last do, O. jng. here and it was a sight never felt inclined wargoingA. W. O. otherwise, fchawB had ifft Jss armistice wft8tigudrjd oeof Rowe. rpoudty ofybMdhesce,-- ! Saturday with came to be forgotten to see those men L. (absent without .leave), even experience dtring v tbe worse TaWSi Mciiianey is Sold by all druggist, 75c. . Mrs. havi thrswimyse&tsservfdly throw off their dirty, tatt3B(vj trucks and automobiles were tab- inoaiue over ixw. Hall's family pills for on tbe this" writing. Mrs. very garb, so filthy that J for all imothsis.iwidi.,tt;i:Bdii - "Sarahsick at bing the same kind of "Kreach With ry Jest right wUi.okMHy-- .; Jrf , ry A fr t Kirbv, who has been sick LE - aianav Leave". Some fellows comitie & worldGENT3P view. Bsyi&akiUfiwt.- I i,ini T"' .. 'i'Vtic - -' Ui uiriteaaMBvt..4"v them away VmK.C Z.. fA t , ffWfi.Vr , ri ' X. Worth Investigating But 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 FOR $1.40 MANY OTHER BARGAINS JUST AS CHEAP It We - -- The Blue Front Just Opposite the Court house i ..-- W.E BAKER . c-- , T - Marie-Antoinett- e, 'Wai PM ' rl FOR THE NEXT I that -- odu.-.3iu- ill iaaBliU irrni, nnlllAJ SB SUTTON & McBEE The Clothcraft Store MT. VERNON, II mI -- - - DEALER IN 30 DAYS WE WILL SELL SHOES Less than FOR .4 l il GENERAL and E. R. GENTRY ! PRODUCE NTRY Cost Is-sur-ti- -- I Trade ' -- v -- I HANS FORD 3&t " -- 3 n -- -- I L m -- '- o city-whic- h Ger-mak- -- ooe-raai- it.I ttotcnr. -- -- JMPFfPf 3ih , --$ id tif1it -- Mrs-Sar- ah. I -- r4i.! t Him."3-- ,. - '. C. ' v-- . r ir- -- ?&".fc- - ' - 4 J5?'&2& , - a 'va i . rajrftejA. s0 F-- fc"vft?' 7r?iz.- laughing about what be wrote me and that 1 will answer soon. Well, I hav written enough for 'this time will try and writeagain soon. Give my best regards to ull From your brother, ; Private Calvin R Barnes, Bat A: 327 F. A. E For-tVia New York. i s, - Mt. Vernon an, his lite is to I e and eraulat d. The country alike mourns the deaih Friday, Jan. 10, igiu of Theodore Roosavelt as a pri- vate citizen "which honor at his Published every Friday by request, was accorded him in the EDGARS. ALBRIGhl. last rites of friends and loved fl.O ones. S7BSCRTPTHINO" "F Advertising rates maue known on application. MEMBER OF SignaliT i Thousands of Things You Need AND ALL OF THEM AT SAVINGS AT Calvin Barnes in France P-- J. KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATTON is the way you should address my mail. Camp De Sauge, Franco Dec. 3, I9I8. ROCKCASTLE BOY GOES ' Mr. H. R. Barnes, OVER THE TOP BUT Tin- - . Mt. Vernon, Ky. many a brave boy to the most glorious army ever mobilized. While our boys were fighting over there our citizenship was toiling with m.ght and main at home. While that is true of "the past, what of the future? The war is over What awaits our young mn on their return? Uur people in this county have been asleep at the switch. They have been sadly indifferent to those things which build, up and advance this old county. Any new County should have good roads in ten years from the time of its creation. Hence Rockcastle is one Rockcastle has furnished hundred years behind the times in the matter of her highwas. Search the world over, and wherever jou find bad ioads.you invariably find both ignorance and poverty. There is no eicuse for either in Rockcastle. Good roads bring higher education, greater wealth and a much wider commercial activity. Bad roads in Rockcostle have been a around the horrible neck of our people. They have throttled their efforts and greatly handicapped their progress. Whose fault has it been? It is the fault of our own people. They have not hought aright. They have not fully realized the wonderful dvantage ot good roads. The few who appreciate becter highways have not done so to the willextent that they ing and anxious to 'shell the woods" in pushing such a worthy mill-ston- e 1 s are-read- y, cause. At the last election our people had an opportunity to say whether they wanted the state to give us seventy-fiv- e cents for every twenty five cents we put into the construction of highwiys in this county and the munificent offer was refused at the polls. Shame on such stupidity. Such conduct seriously reflects upon the intelligence of our citizens. Give us another chance. Possibly our people will wake up. The boys from the trenches will soon return and we feel sure that every one of them will help carry such a cause to a successful end. So let's have another election on that question. Open the polls and with grim determination, born of right, let us put pep into the campaign that victory might be had and good roads be built. thrived in and around Mt. Vernon That the whisky business has no far the past several months, one familiar with the situation will deny. Where it comes from is plain, the bootleggers are numerous, sales are almost made in the open, but prove it in the courts, that is.the question. The letter of Judge B- - J. Bethurum printed on the first page is to the point and timely, and as suggested by him, without the hearty and undivided support of the low abiding people, the court, no mat ter how earnest bis efforts may be, can avail but little, toward the stamping out of an evil of such magnitude as the wbiskv traffic. On Monday, February 3rd, the people who want whisky put out of the counly and are willing to help do it, will have an opportun ity to show their hand. One man, or a few men, no matter what his or their position may be, can do it all, they must have support and a whole-heartesupport of every person in sympathy with the end d Dear Brother: Piivate James A. Franklin. I will write you a few lines in ' Company K. 28"h, Infmfry. of answer to your letter that I re- Wildie, Ky.. is one of In Black, Brown, Plum and Green the Rockceived last night and was sure' castle boys that gave his blood on Regular price $12.00, Every Third Dollar Off, glad to hear from you all. I am the battle field of France that well and enjoying mvself fine the, Stars and Stripes might float Well, I will try to tell you some nvor fiprman snil nnrl statf. thing in regard to my trip as I.,.Kaiser Bil,, on the hike Arthur 3 Coats for came across. We went on board (as he is better known by at Sept P, ar.d landed at Liverpool, home), was one of the lust boys England, Sept. 21. So you see I called from the county and be Every Third Dollar 9 c Ladies' Coats and Dresses, was o board I3 days, but never longed to one of the divisions got tl.i; least hit sea sick, but tnat was rushed to the front to some it the boys did. I believe Thompson's Glove- - Fitting stop ,thc Huns from going to Nice plaid Cotton Blank-Cors- et I have slept all the way, I coul Paris. When his company landed , , Front and Back Lace, C C. and for 1 was sleepy all the time. i France 3 pa for $9.09 it was split up and . ets, $4.50 Just si f ttr we got off the boat we thrown in with the ones that Corset 9c College-Girl3rd Dollar 9c or got on the train and was on it knew the wavs of fighting on the till some time in the early part Men's and Boy's CAPS, 3rd Cap or 3rd Dollar 9c front and they were rushed to of next morning. We then went marching with line ot battle SILKS Taffetta in Black, $1.50 yard, 3rd yard 9c to a rest camp at Winchester, their 60 pound pack for nights England and was there two or through rain and mud and seek 35c yard 3rd yard 9c three days. Then we go't on ing shelter in shell holes and Dark patterns, 30c yard, 3rd yard 9c another boat and crossed the dugouts at days for sleep and 9c 3rd Enghse Channel over into France. Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' then being robed of their sleep were on that boat just one by We 9c the buzz of the shells. This 3rd in House $1.00 Choice of any Children's night and we went to a camp march lasted for seven days called La Harve. France, but we Sale brings them down to $8.36 $9.86 each Men's Suits $12.00 and $13.50. when at last they got in touch did noi stay there but twoor with the Huns On July 19th at $1.50, costsyou $2.59. Boys Men's Corduroy three days. We again got on a the break of day with the Gertrain and was on it two days and mans only Swann Hats, and we give Everything in Store at these prices, except Contract Goods (Shoes, QU Cloth. Overallsr-an200 feet away the com nights before we landed here mand you 10 per cent off on these articles twas given "Over the top wheie I am now. The trains over boys" and the battle was on, and here are not at all like those we here in this great battle at s to have in the U S. A. They are Remember the brave boys fell by the sn miifih smaller and thev have! scores. Before the battle had girl firemen and brakemen so that been raging very long Ar looks odd to me. The coaches thur's gun was shot froms his are divided into two different hands, ball passing through his departments, have doors in the shirt under his arm but deterside, and one department only mined to do his bit and help drive holds about eight persons. There the Germans back, he picked up SKSMIHMIHnMMHHHHS are lots of people here that wear his rifle with the stock shot off wooden shoes, especially the girls and fired it until he fell helpless ANNOUNCEMENT OF and children. We have not had among the German dead. The any real cold weather here yet. battle was so hot that there was It never gets bad cold here they no time to pick up the wounded say There are some of the girls po he was left lying on the field Candidate for Democratic Nomination for Governor. that are very pretty, but there for nearly 23 hours to care for Because of that most excellent lav. the State so the present Indebted-ies- s N isn't any of us that can talk to his own wounds, which was one which limits a candidate for Gorer it may be retired without increas-n- g nor to JIO.0O0. cr about 384 to tlu taxes. them much, for we cannot under bullet through the nose, one county, to promote his candidacy. Labor. has been necessary to print my com stand them. Charley Kirby, I through his right arm above the Being a friend of labor and sympletc announcement In pamphlet form, and It will be distributed pathizing with every legitimate efthink would like to court them it elbow and his throughout the State. It contains a fort to better living conditions. I faright leg nearly vor such legislation as will promote full statement of my views on he could talk with them. Well questions, and I would like to see the comfort and prosperity of the shot off. With his left hand he a copy in the hands of r every Dem- .vage earner Harve, I forgot to say anything-abou- removed a bayonet from a gun ocratic voter. In this brief space. Law and Order. have attempted to summarize the the war. 'The truth is that and twisted a cord around his arm Confident that the supremacy of more Important subjects touched on of in that pamphlet, which will be sent law and preservation peaceorder are we got here too late to take any and leg to stop the blood and to our and happito anyone requesting It. ness. am and always have been a watched the boysthat fought by part in it. I am glad I have had Liquor Question. strong advocate of speedy and vigL will vote for and support the orous enforcement of law. I abhor this much of a trip I dont think ins side drive the Huns back and Amendment to the Constitution to mob law and am gratified that there as marcn aoout nuns will be submitted to the voters at it will be very long till I an prisoners. At30,000 the in good the November election an amendment last , to the Constitution providing for back at Mt. Vernou, but I can't Samaritan or the Red Cross came of any Peace Officer for neglect of duty I will vote for this say just when. Tell Lena and to his aid, forced four German amendment and if elected will urge the Legislature to enact suitable laws Doll I will bring them some- pr isoners to carry him back to a for its enforcement. come. You say first aid station and dress his thing when I Pardons. wounds. He was cared for in I think the power to pardon should Lena wants to see me. I guess France until the later part of be ai.crlnicly exercised and pardon granted only when the ends of Justice I would be as glad to see her as November when he was sent demand It. she would be to see me. You back home and is now in U. S. Nonpartisan Judiciary. The integrity and freedom from ask me about the flu. It has not Hospital in West-- Baden, Ind., partisan bias of the judiciary of the OFFICE WITH State is a matt r for congratulation been so very bad here James where his wounds are being of every citizen. I believe, however, cared for. that the judiciary should' be nonparwrote me there were about 75 tisan to the end there may not even be a suspicion that their judgment cases in Mt Vernon. I hope was warped by partisan feeling. mother will not take it as she Nonpartisan Institutions. DR. WALTER Our public Institutions should be already had Uthe fever, and has honestly and absolutely divorced rffiv from partisan politics. as old as she is she must be very Dentist competent men should Faithful and not be removed for partisan purposes cr politweak. I got a letter from Mary Office Over reasons. ical U. G. the other day and she aid mother Fair Elections Corrupt Practice Act Notice: To all who are owing BEGINS BIG. Stors Baker's BEREA Our Corrupt Practice is a was better. I trust she is well :i.U .nn,.ntr. nr nmoc . long and fine step toward Act preventof five depart me turner ituuuuuio " ing bribery because It limits the sum Berea College by this time Tell John Harmon MT.VERNO N, KENTUCKY come in and set that a candidate may spend. The JUilN li. CAitKULL. A'ew Cattle. provisions of ments opened on New Year's You will please to obI have mt got through that ruiiibit l! e manufacture, sale and serve strictly, hls act I Intend its letsame as 1 am needing the to ransportation of spirituous, vinous, ter as well aaaccording although so Day with a good attendance tie spirit, malt and o'her "ntoxlcatlng liquors doing will money to pay for the goods that deprive If elected, I will honestly and ear- the benefit necessarilylegitimate me of More than Ave hundred students much nestly use all legitimate efforts to writing and ofhelpful advertising. letter you have been using. I hope a make effective by legislation the lethadentered the day before- Independent Vote. ter as well as the spirit ef "this clouds this will be warning enough withamendment. The day was rainy, but If the Democratic party desires to win It must nominate candidates who out any further notice. Womnn Suffrage. . lifte in the morning jusV long the Independent WThe Should the proposed Amendment to can secure should nominate vote. dan. Respectfully, that the Constitution be adopted by Con- Democrats be myself or another, who enough to allow the great pro whether it gress, I will favor ratification by the can poll the largest vote la the NoJonas McKenzie. Kentucky I eglslature. If this amend- vember election. cession with band and banners ment, does r.ot pass Congress. I A Remedy to Orerceae Catarrh and Catarrhal Hall Uttoincss Administration. submitting an acend-nen- l to the to march from the Ladies DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Constitution of Kentucky conferring Believing that the State may Ceuftfcms was Dr. Hartaam's Legacy to the suffrage upon women, and will vote likened to a big business corporation. to the Chapel where President Chamber-loin'- o lor It. j WOUNDED. Drummond's Great 9 Cent Sale Children's and Misses' Coats. Every Third Yard Only 9c Beautiful Fur trimmed Coats, Every Third CgArticle Only Every Third Dollar Only Z jj Q This Sale Or $8.3 $24.09 1 CORSETS BLANKETS 1 id pa. GINGHAM, OUTING HATS. UNDERWEAR. Hat This Pants Garmnt Hat & $2.00 d Sois-son- COME EARLY DRTTMMOND S DRY GOODS STORE, LIVINGSTON Dr. M.K.Pennington OF LONDON DATES, JANUARY 15th JANUARY 25th JOHN D. CARROLL ! pub-.li- e DENTIST t 1 WILL BE IN 1 BR0DHEAD KY, Wednesday, Jan. 15 Dr. W. F. CARTER gp.gif -- tllEE I .ugsoctor ur to'The, World fSHerif. fa-- or mFSt:ni t' World The Doctor early recoguzed the iisidaeu latere I catarrh aad ceuecrated his Mfe to cheddaf the ravages ef the went of all heakh destroyers. The Greatest of All Catarrh Remedies Catarrh first attacks the mucous linings in the nose, throat; lungs, stomach, bowels or any other part of the body. Unchecked It finally breaks down the tissues and chronic ailments develop which, If not fatal, are always difficult to .cure. Guard your health with Peruna. Don't wait until too late. Peruna is excellent for coughs, colds, effects of the grip and all catarrhal inflammation and congestion-- of the mucous linings. Many startling recoveries have been recorded. TOOK XT FOR CHRONIC BROIY. HAD CATARRH IN "WORST FORM CHXTIS. "I had catarrh and was all run was down. Many "I was troubled for four or five sumption and .claimed Itthoughtconyears. A few doses of Peruna so really myself. I had Ia pain In my lungs would always bring relief. In the Spring of 1914, I began taking Pe- and left side, "no appetite, could not runa in earnest and used twelve sleep, 'always weak and tired. My bottles and have not bad an attack weight was 89 pounds. I took fifteen bottles of Peruna In two years. I feel better ana can and am entirely cured. I now weigh do more work than In ten years. Peruna also cured me of chronic 135 pounds. Thanks to Peruna." MRS. A. J. NETKOWS. Bronchitis and I recommend it aB a 3954 Tyler St., splendid remedy." Minneapolis, Minn. N. E. MR. O. F. McBRIDE. Santa Fe, Ohio. If you want health, insist upon having Dr. Hartman's World "FaWRITE THIS lOOK. If sick and Jn doubt, write The mous1 Peruna Tonic. Peruna Company, Dept. S 81, Co IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM, lumbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hartman's Sold Everywhere. Health Book. It Is free. Sent in a plain wrapper to any address. Ask your Dealer for a Penmaj PO IT TODAY Almanac - PERUNA ' sought. the news flashed over the wires Monday. For some time the had been in poor health, but his death was un expected not only to the people but his family as well. In the death of Ool. Roosevelt the coun try loses one of its greatest men and whether he bea political enemy or friend, all alike must admit the greatness of the man as a statesman,, soidier, executive Ex-Preside- Bear in mind that Frost gave an opening address of TaHptR nnt onlv move the welcome, with some advice o i improve the appetite care of health and New Year's bowels but and strengthen the digestion j resolutions. They contain no pepsin or o,ther The great demand for Berea digestive ferment but strengthen trained teachers, as welt as for the stomach and enable it to ptr-forr- o its tunctions naturally. County demonstrators prepared Vocational departin the Berea The fellow who is always lookments, is among the things which ing for free Advertising never brings students in great num- gets very much of it. bers from great distances. Many willhe delayed in starting by FOR FlETCHCITS the storm, but will get in before . of the week. the end J i A.S TLO.B IJL Col. Roosevelt is dead was Dr. M. K.Pennington Dentist fs still at the Rockcas tle Hotel J. T I shall favor its business being conducted as nearly as possible In the , I have alays been, and am now same economical and efficient manner levotedly attached to the Common as the affairs of a large and business concern. I will I am heartily In faJchool System vor of maV n;r ample nrovlslot tc devote all my time and attention to secure for every child !n the :S:at looking after State business, having 7 no other ambition than, that of being an ojirunuiiii tu ouiaiu ;n. Known as a business Governor, and good common school education every effort ought to be during the term shall not be a candidirected to the enforcement of the date. compulsory school law so that every Where Candidate Lives. child within school years may he reThe section of the State that candiquired to attend some school. dates come from Is not material. Public Roads. Stanley, from Western Kentucky, In the State 4.13S more votes beI favor thorough tween Statvand county effort In road than Black, from Eartern e Kentucky, moun-.al- n work so that good results may be ob ind In two of the thirty-oncounties the vote was a tie betained from the expenditure of State tween them. In twenty-tw- o funds. of the Stanley got a maother twenty-nin- e Agriculture. jority over Black. As the chief wealth of our StaU U Soldiers' Monument found In Its agriculture, I favor putTo ting the State Agricultural Depart- our perpetuate the heroic deeds of soldiers who gave their Uvea for ment on such a financial basis as will enable It to render to the farm- the honor and safety of their State the most efficient and Nation and are now sleeping in ers of the State foreign lands. I advocate the erection and practical service. of a noble monument that will be New Tax Law. enduring evidence of the gratofui reThe principle of classification of membrance we who are living hold property and Imposition of a differ- the names and memory of those who ent rate of taxation should not. In have died. ny judgment, be changed until a fair Conclusion. rial has demonstrated its injustice In "uch inequalities as may be In the forth this brief statement. I have set the principles believe In and resent law should be cured by prop- shall advocate, and in Ithe primary elecer legislation tion I Tespectfully ask the support of State Debt. those Democrats who Indorse my poThK State debt should not be cer- - sition and who believe. If nominated mlttcd to grow larger, and I would and elected. I will honestly endeavor vet all appropriations In excess of ' to put them Into effective form. JOHN D. CARROLL. revenue and try to arrange the affairs Education. well-manag- ed irii Kur-ll.ermo- 'e. ed I fc GASTOR1A CASTOR1A 3E '- ," Children Cry F0K FLETCHER'S Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR "T3C K.1 -- 4 k'LJI, :? t A. get a deed, as thi heirs are scat way card presented by our old Kev. Gould, of Louisville, will tered over several states IT you friend James Maret. Guess he preach both Sunday morning and sell your own property let can keep in' the middle of the evening at the Baptist Church. "Ball-BandIt seems to us that the editor can'tBrodhead Real Estate Com road by now. What do you say " Mt. Vernon Ky, Jan 10, 1919 Every one cordially invited. the of the Stanford Interior Journal pany sell it for you they say it. (J. M.)? Mr. and Mrs. J. T. A freight wreck near Gum is greatly distressed because of is easy. Mrs. Elizabeth Hail ROt Omary and son, George W. have tip "No. 79" watnwr. waot jCommunl- - , $J Sulnhur vesterdav morning had tha "awful onsloughts" made up- oae with SIQNAL a message that her brother, L'has returned from Knoxville where You get your money's the road blocked until a late hour on President Wilson by the late T. Riddie and his family, were they spent the holidays with Mr. worth if you are. Roosevelt, as he last night and 23 had to detour 11 stricken with the flu, and she left OMary's parents. Mrs. W. M. by way of Richmond and thence j seems to see it, in tact it worries Wednesday morning for Indiana, Clark has returned from Ciccin- him a great deal more than it to Corbin. No one hurt. where they reside. J.W.Proctor, jnati where she went to visit rela does Mr. Wilson Presidents, W. R. McClure has bought who has been employed by Dr. tives and friends. Mr and Mrs. I tOOISVILLC & Nashvillc R R.Co. of groceries and res- Kings, Emperors and Statesmen W. E. Gravely in,'Bhis big Main W. M. Odell and children spent "Ban- the stock have been able to ree Teddy Band" taurant of T. P. Warren and street store, for the past four the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. TIME TABLE. goods are tnnV rharep. last Mondav. Mr. Roosevelt as the greatest man of vears. resigned the first of the Charlie Carpenter at Lebanon Alway 4.57 p m 22 nortn built on the his da his onIy exception be and Look Junction. Mrs. bed-roc- k of quality. 24 nortti ....' ".... 3:35 am Wrren has not decided as yet ing the Stanford editor. John D. weelr and Gus Carson is in charge children have C. L. BlackLon- For the returned from now Chas. Rash, of Torrent, is Red Ball m what be will do. It costs $1,000,000 a 23 south 12:35 P Pike sold a house and lot on West year extra to make them 1s 12:45 a m J. Fish has bought the" farm street, near the Methodist church with his mother, Mrs. L N. Van-hoo- don where she spent the holidays. 21 South so strong and durable, but Mr4?. George Smith has reweek Mjss Ella Belle this lo8 you get the benefit. The test of to Terrv Muncie, of Garrard, for Jas. Landrum, Agent. of Pleas Ramsey, which is Newland is clerking in John Rob turned, from Corbin after spendcated on the Dixie and about 2 $600. This is the property now time proves that it pays to wear Phone No. 8. DrW. E. ing the holidays with relatives. them. They couldn't be made better miles from town. This makes occupied by Dr. and Mrs W. E. ins' Cash Store now. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoce Gravely made his first trip to W. N. Riggs is at his post again at double the price. two farms for Mr. Fish, the McWilliams. mail matter. At a meeting of as second-clas- s m f Mf B EiJj&$? We Sell "Ball-Band- " other one located in the Hiatt the stockholders and directors of town Thursday afternoon, and after being confined to his room Wool Boots aid while the doctor is still pretty with a very painful injury caused section. Lumbermen's Socks with Overshoes. PERSONAL the Citizens Bank, Thursday of weak he is beginning to look him- by sticking a nail in his foot. All-kn- it and the kind that last. Be sure to Logan Towery has sold his last week, the same board of di- self again and it looks mighty good Mr. and Mrs. N. H Oliver have A. E. Proctor, the grocery man, ask us to show you the Combination Boots and Overs with place Jnear Langford to Samuel rectors and the same officers were to see him out on the streets, and returned from a few days stay continues very sick. Snow Excluders. & was in Louisville Alcorn and moved his family to elected to manage the affairs of we hope he will soon be able to with relatives at Berea. Mr. A. R. H. Miller Under the present resume his duties-- . Rev. Alonzo Wolf who moved to Cynthiana a Berea. Mr. Towery bought the the bank. during the week on business. years ago from management this bank has grown Masters was with his parents, Mr. year ago has returned to Livings of the Ottawo place about three B. G. Arnev, T-- S. Branaman for $600 and until it is second to none in the and Mrs. David Masters, at Gum ton.- - -- Granville Owens, of Brodsection was in town Wednesday. sold it for $1,075 vithout mak- county, and has broken all rec- Sulphur, during the week. head, was here between trains Dr. M. Pennington was in ing any improvements. ords during the year just passed Chas. Brown, who has been head Sunday. He claimed he came Louisville. Wednesday on business. It has established a solid work- - clerk in R. H. Hamm'S bie store this far with a teacher and it Russel Dillion shipped from Miss Bess Cox, of Harrodsburg. ing basis and no institution or it s seemed to us that he 'was taking weeks, hastheHu. and Mrs.E. B. Cox. heie last week a car load of hogs kind in tne county is supported or several is visiting Mr. lessons in the verb Love. Miss will ship another car tomor by a stronger host ot loyal de Mrs. Mike Fannon will leave and Marie Rambo and brother, Willie, hog are from 60 Mrs. Joe Riddle and positors. tomorrow for Harlan County to row. These left Sunday night to enter school lbs up and were bought at 1 1 to Mrs. James Hagy, of Detroit visit her parents. navy at Stanford. Miss Hazel Parrett . Hobert Griffin one of our 15 cts. As there is an embargo are with relatives and friends boys is at home on a Mr. and Mrs. WTade Ballard, of on live 30 days fur- and Missie Anna and Flora Mae stock to Cincinnati and here for several days. Mr. and ON THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKS and Covington, are visiting Judge lough J. A. Oliver, the Win- Brown, of Mt. Vernon, visited several markets at this time, the Mrs. J. M. Humble are with her chester salesman, was with our Miss Jalette Griffin Sunday. Mr Mrs. G. M. Ballard. car which he will load out tomor- father, Mr: I. R. Storm. They merchants this week. Joe was and Mrs. JHobarJ; Griffin were in the house and get its contents, said before the good folks at Liv Nathan Cress and son, Dirl row will go to Stanford. have been at Newport News, Va., once a merchant of our town and Londay visiting Mrs. Gnffi's An empty store room caught fire iugston have a heart. have gone to Indiana where they Remember the Stock Pen where Mr. Humble has bnen the we believe he would be glad to parents, Mr. and Mrs. S E Pen and was soon in ashes. The will stay for several months. meeting at Court house tomor- in the Army service for several be back in our little city in the nington. G. S. Griffin has sold property owned by Jacob Sa m- - S. P. Caudill, a Conway farmer Carl, the young son of Mr. and unloaded hern yesterday a Durrow. Mr. Farmer if you are months. They were in London, hills. E. B. Owens, who has tak- his stock of goods to Lee Mullins brooks but occupied by M. H. Mrs. Howard Baker has been Mr. en the freight agency here has and they have been envoioing Mullins. All hands went to work ham bull calf, nine months old, asleep on this proposition for Sunday, with relatives. very sick for the past week. goodness sake wake up. It is Humble will likely locate in Louis- moved his family here. That since Saturday. Griffin will re- - to save Prof W. R. Dickerson's weighing looo pounds for which AkMr. John V. Cotton from money to you and money to the ville, where he has a good posi- means one more democrat in Liv- tire from the goods business and house which was in a few feet of he piid S250. He bought the youngster at Bowling Green. We ron, Ohio was the guest of Miss other fellow. But remember that tion offered him- J.L.Kegley was ingston. H. F. Niceley was in we judge will go to farming as the store room with buckets and note the improvement Sunday and of live Bernice Landrum the other fellow must make mon- down from Fariston, Saturday Lebanon Junction Tuesday. E. he owns a good farm near Mt.Ver- - tubs and every available vessel to stock in our county, with much Monday. ey if vou make any and you must and Sunday. Jim will likely B. Owens has purchased a house non on Renfro's Creek. L. H. cairj' water and everyone Louis Miller and Tas. Williams, make money if the other fellow move back to Brodhead in the and about 6 acres of land of N. H. left today for Beeville, ing all be could the Professor's pleasure and if the improvement in the next five is proporson of Mr. and Mrs. M.C.Williams gets his share. Get in the push early spring. Edd Brooks, Cecil Oliver. Price paid $650. This Texas where he will remain for house was saved but not until the tionately as great3'ears past five as the were discharged Wednesday from and lets have in Rockbastle some Hays, Bill Payne and others have property is within the corporate three or four months. While property was damaged about Camp Taylor. of those things needed for the been discharged from the Army limits near the Sarabrook Heights there he will employ a part of his $150. We learn that Mullins Ronkcastk willbe in position to to boast of her live stock. ' Miss Louise McNeill and broth- prosperity of the county. Good and are at home. All glad to be Miss Ethel Hays has returned time in fishing and hunting. He carried no insurance and the Pro- er, Robert, from Pittsburg, were stock pens is one of the greatest back in old Brodhead, too. Jack from Cincinnati after spending has been in the goods business t fessor's insurance had expired a j Man pa- -t ,0 whh horse and guests of Louise Landrum dur- essentials. Masters, of Corbin, was with his holidays with her brother, Egbert for several years until about two couple of months ago. The good buggy to sell Stock Condition Eld. J. W, Masters, here, Hayse Mrs. C. A. Dlanfoidand weeks ago when he sold his stock people got busy and we don't" powder in Rockcastle County ing the holidays. The stockholders ef the Peo father, deWednesday He will soon locate daughter, Miss Ella Mae, are vis- of goods to Prof. Lee J . Webb. think it will be many days until , Salarv s9o npr mftnHl Miss Bessie Hamlin, who pies Bank met Monday and veloped typhoid after the flu and elected officers for the year i91q. here. Mr. Masters is Inspector iting relatives at Parksville this Our school began Monday with Biuiiiu wi ue reauy 10 go 10 4z4 South Meridian St , again. As we have ' ap0lis, Indiana. n Mink, one ot Prof Sam Chandler as principal, Ihen gastritis continues in a very The same officers and directors for the Louisville & Mashville Rail Road on this division and we Uncle Sam's boys has returned and Miss Winnie Falin and Mrs. serious condition. who have so successfully handled Born W. H. Cottongim, who Bettie Pike as assistants Henry Catron Jr., was here the institution for the past year are very anxious to have him a home. Mrs. L. N. bad a surgical operation per- to the wife of R L. Moore-ocitizen of our town. the last week to see his sifter, Mrs. were retained, which are as fol Bowling returned Wednesday formed on his leg at London a 5th a fine 10 pound boy christened T. J. Niceley. He was recently lows: President U. G. Baker discharged from the army at one ent W. T. Sparks, from a two weeks visit to her few days ago, is getting along Richard Layton Moore Jr. The Mrs. Grant Baker, in nicely. W. W. Higgins is con- parents are both deaf and dumb. of the Southern camps. Cashier Floyd E. Miller and As- daughter, We hope the youngster will add Kidney .disease is no respecter of per- diately. The soothing, healing oil stimArihur. Lovell, son of C. J. sistant Cashier, Miss Amy Proc- Laurel. The Brodhead Real Es fined to his room with fiu. This sons. A majority of afflicting the tate Co. just closed a deal with is the only case in or near town. a blessing to the home of these peopla today can be the ills back to ulates and kidneys, relieves inflammatraced destroys the germs which tions Lovell, who bad service on the tor. kidney trouble. have caused It. Do not wait until tohomje G. Baker, W. J. Fred Sowder for the Cable heirs It is hoped that the disease has good people. M. H. Mullins lost kidneys are the most important morrow. Go to your druggist today and The Directors, U. Western front is oack Oil his house and all its contents ex- organs of the body. They are the insist on GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem you Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hoji--s fllterers, the purlfler3, of jour blood. discharged. He was gassed and Sparks, M. J. MiUer,S. D. Lewis, property, which lies between been stamped out but there is Kidney indicated by and will bless the (lav you returning if every one that cept two pieces of furniture by weariness,disease is usually nervousness, should feel health ujj v.gorJirst heard shell shocked but has recovered L. W. Bethurum, J. C. Griffin and Front and Maple streets. The one thing night. The fire despondency,sleeplessness, stomach trou- of GOLD 31EUAX. Haarlem Oil. contract price was $1,000. This had it had the same experience fire Monday backache, After you feel tint you have cured ble, pain Miss Maud A. Rowlee, who Cam Mullins. The directors de loins very desirable property and with it that the writer did, it alarm was given and almost every gall stones,ingravel, and lower abdomen, yourself, each day, tosotake one or two rheumatism, sciatica capsulei continue clared Sperceut. dividend placed is as to keep in was for seveial years a teacher one in town came to the rascue, and lumbago. condition and All theso derangements are nature's danger of other attacks. ward off the guest of Slooo to surplus, charged io( o worth much more than it cost will be a long time before it is but too late to save in our school, was the to the house as . signalshelp. warn you that the kidneys Ask for the original imported GOI.Q Mr. Sowder. Ben 1 ike, who now forgotten. We will give a nice You should use GOLD need brand. Three Money Mrs. S. C. Franklin first of the off on furniture and fixtures and the fire had gained such a head MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules imme- - MEDAL if they do not size. you. lives in Detroit, was here a short cromo to any one that will give us help Rowlee is associ- had something oyer $1000 left week. Miss -ago and tried to close a deal any information concerning our that it was impossible to enter ?KkK8WanCVV rasarorasirec'NssTOsssxsa ated with Miss McCord in Leslie as undivided profits. The state fmethis property, that is, tried to friend, W. M. Hicks' wherea-about- s of for County but was on her way to ment shown on the last page sell it, but when he found no sale as we have completely lost Los Angeles to spend the winter. this paper shows the splendid upon whom 'or it, he turned it over to the sight of him. Judge Ji h Dees-wen- t those All the Landrum family were condition and to Mt Vernon Tuesday to the managment of the bank has real estate people here and before home during the Christmas holimay certainly feel proud Ben got back home the trade was do some telephone work. We are days, the first time in four years rested splendid showing for 1918, made. It took several weeks to , in receipt of a nice Dixie High Chester from Stanford, where he of the year on is working for the L. & N.; John which was a 'strenuous to take care of the from Hampton Roads, Va., where small banks money demands made in Liberty he is stationed in the navy; Berall the other various nice from Concord, JN. C, where Loans and calls for war purposes. she is teaching and Ruth from yiyyyiijicsfljocyc Louisville. J. H. Branaraan and wife have a just leturned from West Baden, a ft Ind , where they spent Christmas with their nephew, Tames A Franklin, who was wounded on R the battle field of France. They reported Arthur feeling good The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been his wounds wilt hold him in in use for over thirty years, has borne the simature of but and has been made under his ner- the hospital for several months sonal P3101! nce its infancy. yet. Our hats off to the boys u0w no one to deceive' vou in this. gave that went over the top and All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but their i)lood that the world might Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Goodwin's Preserves Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. be free for democracy. Mt.Vernon Signal BR'OD'HEAD Are Yii One of the 8,000,000 Who Wear 79 Rubber Boots and Arctics? J SH1m Hnijaa w39SjHKP!lH mjmr r H nufl , ad 1 k, .mtinwrvmv all-wo- ol ak .awSlwir mm ' fr -- VMlT' P LIVINGSTON r ! - do-Dav- is ! am' Indian-housekeeping week.--Sherma- n Vice-Presid- IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS -- i flrst-cla- .a Children Cry for Fletcher's 0 MM P '5 UEjjfl III ZgVfL fr ftl . CASH GROCERY STORE Strawberry, Peach, etc, ! Just-as-go- od --.J --a LOCAL . 221 per lb Brown Beauty Coffee Dil- Circuit"Court begins the first Monday in February. J. B. Levisay sold to Russ 1500 lion a HerforcLbull which weighed at 7$ cts. 3 Lbs. for 85 c Goodwin's Apple aJ55c value Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant" It contains neither Opium, Morphine ner other narcotic substance. It age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind. Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regelating the Stomach andBowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A .miUlIIU illlll irtfflll PffllUIUIlP I IU lllifl UM lUUir SAY, ring-i- n you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll 1 ' ' I with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing never will by-it-s peak-qf-pleasu- all right, if you'll- - Just between ourselves, you wise-u- p to high-spot-smoke-- You have already tagged your dog, now you had better tag your Ford. See W. H. Pish about your 19I9 auto license. County Clerk Bowman has issued to date 1500 dog tags and there is no telling row many dogs &re yet not tagged. G. S. Griffin is in town this morning and tells us that he has an.J onld his store at ririne-stowill soon be back on his splendid arm near Buckeye. n Butter 20 genuine CASTORIA Always yBcars the Signature of w3Rw&3KBk. re until yon can call a pipe first name, then, to hit the you land square co, lb. Stone Jar, for $4.00 AT l -1- ttff! Drummo nd's 1 , BraVam ijBhUNH .aBBBK? fw3HH '.taVr K. aBlBHBV vl I S ' It : : e? : : : ' ?! : It : m: U . Q : : : W : IVit : .. .............. .a. ..a. a. a. 1 - I - In Use For Over 30 Years Th I on Prince Albert I Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide, open! Talk about smoke-spor-t! Quality makes Prince Albert so that.two-flsted-man-tobacall-fired appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands outl P. A. can't bite or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process! Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your particular smokeappetite I 1 11 mm 2 Kind You Hav Always Bfught TH m mmmm CtNTAUH OeWMNY. MK VOWKCITyI !) !! 11WM1 to R.J. Rtrna CaoiTlaM wt Jroa bbv Princ Albert temrywhrrm tobacco it tote. ToppyraJbar, tidy red tint, hemdaom pound and half pound tin hamidortand. that clotty, practical poand cryttal mlatt humtdor unth tBonga moitttner top that kempt tha tobacco in tuch paxftct con ditiaru fr ,'t- " -- "" ' a" & Rk & Rcyaolds Tobacco Compaay, WimtQ&-Sa- l N. C ' i ? - 1 1 ?& i V 4a 3 s 3fer2 3&r -- - -n , Tf5? J ,' j j. rv "ts :&. ttfwh - . i - - . " S88? Stop T ina and begins. -- f - .- -. . HE fir st move Commissioner Wiley Sheriff's Sale for Taxes Speaks for Good Roads I, or one of my deputies will January J)Prti: -- f Think -- winning battle of .life Is made when savIt ing will educate you 7, igi9. on Monday Feb. 3rd, 191c being the first day of the Rockcastle STATEMENT of the CONDITION of the 3 K financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence an account with us today and stick to it Bank of Mt. Vernon AFTER WAR -- B'EREA Program ----- Sir: The War being- over, I thine you will agree with me that noth mg now before the American p;o- le is more important than GOOD ROADb. Stales all around Kentucky are preparing for the big- st year's work in their history. "Some' of them have voted large bond" issues others will vote on bond issues in the very near future-an- d I know that it is not your desire that Kentucky be behind in such an important thing as road vo.k. Lets plan now during the win ter months for the work . we will . do in 19 19, and be ready before the trrst of v April to actually begin work. The people "want roads and no county is too poor' to have1 good' road-- ; besides, as has been advocated by the highest officials in our land, road' work would be undertaken immediate ly so as to give employment to our boys who have returned or will return before fapring. The cost of. the , work will in all probability exceed that done in normal times, but we must remember that the cost of Every thing has increased and that the value of Tsome of the commodities hauled over the roads has increased more than 100 per cent Your county never has ba'd money for roads. You can not build roads with wind, and I hope that your court will im mediately authorize an election for the 20 cent road tax It is my impression that .the people suf-fice- Circuit Court, between the hours of 9 o'clock a m , and 4 o'clock p. m , at the front door ot the Court House in Mt Vernon, Ky. offer for, sale to; the highest bid der the following , tracts, nd to satisfy the tax due the County of-la- PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, KY. At the Close Of Business December 31, 1918 and State. This Jan Tip Langford, 3. R. C. 10-19- 19. RESOURCES! Loans $126,503.41 28,972-4Due from Banks. 6,482.33 Cash on hand 1,63436 Overdrafts 6t000.00 Banking House, F. and F. 438.42 . Other Real Estate 0 Precinct No. 1 Tax & cost . Bryant, Polly Ann, 100 acres land" $3 Oli 2 37 Coyle Heirs, 100 cores laud 10 33 VanWinkle, J D, 50'acrea land Precinct No. 2 . Tax & cost $3 76 Gentry, j E, 1 acre land . 5 13 35 acres land" GrecDr-Annie,- Lawrence, J Cj 1 town lot Patterson, MriJ C, 1 town lot, 12 06 FOR AND OTHERS RETURNING SOLDIERS tf" Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 24 96 3 2C acres land McDanjel, Jalia, now it ts ready to enlarge 4 24 Wolf, Ed, acres Jand and intensify its courses 26 80 acres land Allen Phil T, to meet the immediate 4 45 acres land Bustle.iLiUie, needs of peace. 4 53 Willmott, R T, town lot ' road work. No county adminisThorough courses are given in the Foundation, Precinct No. 8 Vocational.Academy.Normal & Col ege Departments. tration can leave a greater mpnu-men- t Tax&cost Berea recognizes that there are splendid people to themselves than a good ArnoldJ Mrs J S, 80 acres land $ 3 96 in the mountains that cannot get an education in the sincejrely Bradley;, J H, 50 acres jand 4 11 system of roads, and average high priced school, and to those people a 6 41 you will give this matter Bustle, pmmett, 60 acres land trust special invitation is given. 2 17 Decker,' Sarah, 40 acres la'nd your immediate- attention, and Renner) There are two important terms before this school 5 20 M P, 30 acres land year closes. that vou will feel free, to call on Roberts, J B,. 65 acres land .6 99 The Winter Term, which begins January ist, and this office for any assistance that Sears,. P O, 25 acres land 4 08 the Spring Term, which begins March 28th .'-,14 03 .ve can render. , Sears. Charlie. 30 acres land The cost of the Winter Term, including board, 3 28 Taylor, J A, 25 acres land Wishing your ad min'st ration room, and incidental fee is 40. For the Spring Precinct No. 9. a succesSaI am. Term, $37. Tax&cost yours, Very truly $10 92 acres.land Bevina, John, RODMAN ,WJLEY, For full injormatiion and advice, write to 1100 rGibbons, N T, 89 acres land Commissioner. 4 45 Delia, 10 acres land College 11 50 Iiong, Sheva, 47 acres land 6 45 McWilJiams, W E, 5 acres land KENTUCKY. THE BEST COUGH 6 58 Reynolds, C J," 75 acres-lanMEDICINE. 3 97 Stephens, Tom, 40 seres land Towery, Lula, 3 acres land When a, druggist finds tbat Precinct No. 10. ENOS SPENCER. President his customers all speak well of a CIIAS. C. IIAIUtIS, ice PruUfeat Tax & cost R. U. LINDSEY, Secretary certain preparation, he forms a Adams, Dave, 17 acres land $ 6 17 good opinion of it and when in Brown, Logan, 10 acres land 3 69 need ot such a medicine is al Clark, A M. 12 acres land 10 36 2 38 most certain to use it himself and Duvall Heirs, 100 acres land 12 27 Helton, John C, 60 acres land in his family. This is why so. Hicks,, J, 30 acres land 4 57 I many druggists use and recom Howard, Bettie, 88 acres land 9 061 mend Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Johnson, G M, J. town lot 6 72 A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postoffice 14 99 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY edy. J. B. Jones, a well known Metcalf, Charlie, 50 acres land Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service druggists of Curbun, Ky., says. Oliver, Elizabeth,, 551 acres land 7 19 " 6 47 positions. All who desire jto qualify for either or both lines of. "I have used Chamberlain's Ross, L D, 86 Acres and 5 16 Spoonamore, S J, 7 acres-lanemployment should write for full information at once. Cough Remedy in my family for Thompson, Joe, acres land 3 16 8 64 past severTyears, and have yheelden, C A. 1 townldt the Over that of commerce, industry, and social reform is just beginning. The flower of the manhood of America which rallied to the defense of our great nation is now returning home to follow the ordinary pursuits of peace. These With its fixed high prin- - returning soldiers ciples and ideals makes with their enlarged tnts warning call to every ambitious young man and vision of life will in the great moun- - orally becomethe lead-tairegion. Berea has erst)f their communi-beeonehundred per cent ties, and to do justice patriotic through the war to themselves and -c- ontributing more than t, nannn VVJ one thousand students w"vfiV m u 8 1 be thoroughly and twenty faculty memprepared, bers to the service and The World Conflict of Arms Is of a county expect their 'county officials to see what is needed and College BEREA to have. i it done, and'. I know they expect their Fiscal Court to build roads. When you call the election you put the question square up" to the people and re nat-woma- n n n "" w yourself "of, the unnecessary responsibility of attempting to do something with nothing. When practically every State in the Union reports , they - have plenty of money for road work, surely old Kentucky will not fall tar behind in such a necessary improvement. Seventeen counties have already voted the tax and the people are satisfied that tnev have done the proper thing in furnishing more, money for lieve" years 1017 and 1918 S3 11 7 17 Reynolds, Ott, i acre land 7 20 A-26 acred land Thompson 9 78 Wallin, Wm, 100 acres land 4 74 Whltaker, Mary E, i acre land Precinct No. U Tax & cost 9 48 1 town lot Arther, A, 2 71 STacres land Conn,Ann, 5 72 Crider, G B, 2 Acres land 19 81 Dooley, W I, 40 acres land 3 93 Ely, O J,--1 acre land 5 15 Herrington, J W, 37 acres land 13 97 Howard, Mat, 33 acres land 14 62 Kidwell, L'E, 75 acres land 21 11 Martin, Malissie, 40 acres land land Owens, Dou,, 60 acres 514 Parsons, G G, 6 acres land 5 I4 Phillips, Charles, 11 acres land 3 07 Pullins, Dave, 83 acres land 7 8y Wilson, John, 150 acres land 510 Wilson, Johnie, 28 acres land 21 67 Wynn, Mrs , 30 acres land Precinct No. 4 , Tax&cosl 4 j, Chasteen, John H, 25 acres land Gadd, Harrison, 49 acres land Hazzelwood, Ed, 25 acres land Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land Linville Heirs, 60 acres land Lunceford, Tudge, 18 acres land Martin; I L, 10 acres land Precinct No. 5 v Tax & cost j Owens, Mattie, 30 acres land t 5 12 No. 6 Precinct Tax&cost 85 0J acres land Laswell, W-4 24 Robinson, G G, . acres land Precinct No. 7 L; 1 E $170,030.92 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus I I I I I 'I I Undivided Profits . Deposits $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 I I i MiMi ' IM 11 H7H 'H rrrrrrrrrI rrrrtI im rH rrrrtH rH rrrt'rrrI (rrr! m I nrp - 'rH rrrI rrrI rrrI 9 m 'rHrrrrB ' rrH rrrI rrM rrrI rrrrrrV rrrrt Lm rrH rrrrrI rrrrH RRRRrI rIS H rH rB rHH rrrr rH rUDLIl JALC I WILL ON Saturday, Janaury 25th AT MY RESIDENCE " i Tax&cost Lloyd, acres laud acres land Cotton, Lizzie, Hughes, Mrs Carrie, town lot acres land, Langford, RE, , 5 Beley, $10 65 2 44 5 18 ears 1917-19- J8 ' , 8 81 I MILE NORTH OF MT. VERNON ON RICHMOND PIKE Offer for sale to the highest bidder the I following described property: ar 1 E. Vaughn Marshall Secretary BEREA, One Mare 5 years old, J 5 Bands high, in foal by Jack; one Milch Cow old heifers, will be fresh in Aoril: oae vearlins' 4 vears olds three two-veHeifer; one Hog. weight aBout 100 pounds; about 75 Hens and 11 Wagon and Harness; one Buggy and Harness; Geese; one two-hortwo Turning Plows; one Double Shovel; one A Harrow; one Broom Machine; Household and Kitchen Furniture: one Organ, two Dressers, two Wasbstands, three Rocking Chairs, one Book Case, one Sewing Machine, one Safe, one Dish Cupboard, one Sidebeard, one Kitchen Cabinet, one Dining Table and Chairs, one Cook Stove, and one Pressing Outfit, and other things too numerous to mention-- . TERMS made known on day of sale se Commercial School Mrs. Mat P. A. d Auctioneer: BOGUE SMITH A Cummins MAA. STOMACH TROUBLE 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. If just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. - I heard - found it to be the best cough medicine I have ever known." a Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Imparl ancc., If your eyes are showing any deX lects-nois tne tune to see y 6 84 Ponder, Will, 6 acres land . 4. 66 Tax'&cosi Vaugn, All, 20 acres land "860 Anglin, 1) ST, 30 acres laml.4 Precinct No. 15. 'Bowman, Luther, 100 acres iaud - 8 30 Tax&cost $13 17 Precinct No. 127 - - Boatman, O W, 60 acres land 709 Tax&cost Boyd, James, 7 acres land 7 20 acres land 9 8M Boyd, Sarah, 40 acres land Jackson, Charles. ' 3'28 Chesnut, W J, 10 acres land 98 acres' land Lamb,? Richard, 8 07 7:20 Tyree, Ellen, 44 acres land acres land Meadows, Wm, 7 34 4 34 Tyree, James, 14 acres land Mize, L M, ' acres land 11. v ,, v- 'Precinct No. 9 j CM BARGAIN HOUSE .Rockcastle Cement & Lime Co, XMAS is over, but you still have to eat and enjoy life You will still find a Complete Line of THEDFORD'S 3 Jf5e -- .. Klwllvllnl Ul'n -- ,r "fr! .- -; ml " Tf ,! f ER. MOORE, Tit ,r. J'-J- b jfer- -' 'jEcuHdigefycracig;Ky i iwVrIv MM f.K.."i ,,, , tr ol sick headache. or u.l'-'I .C.--C. iUinie MT.VEE1? O.KY ,' J V fnrrrTi irmtMtk ,intf mnrn " I31lr Tm..l. JtTii ?7Bnk of Mt: Venom toa' . Otfwd.floorof 7 acres land 554 80 Precinct No. 13. t . Tax&cost - ' 3 41 Booley. PatS' acres land sn, A T,HKeira lwo acres una &o iz - '4 65 Harrison, Wm, 8 acres land Todd, Harrison, 129 acres land 42 52 Precinct No. 14. h Tax&cost j 3 76 Allen, Joe, 30 acres land Browning, E S, SO'acres la'nd 8 10 05 year Bullock, W K, 25 acres land, . --? NO GREAT ACT OP HEROISM REQUIRED. .USQtneact of heroism to, protect a yfas 1917-191- , jnrcn ,ai. apciai attai uon given .cpuecuons. - years 1917:1918 d Carpenter, Boyd, 39 acres-lan- throwing out waste materfals icul nuh meuiLine snouiuae:mcevery.jKHweaOKr30r we in time ot need. uet package today. If you feel sluggish, takeIdose"1onight 'YotfTO&leel freih &4 3?J 15 to-orr- aw. Pricepackage., Alljdrugisti. ONI CTNT A DOS!, st. CtSXCtftlA oMimmmofr j FLyfUH!- FOR wmm&! fmmya n Carpenter, P C, 75 acres land acres landW 615, Carter, J A, InfirranuTaulina;.25 acres lind ,. - 3 26' MulHas.Wm.Heirs, 100 acres land, ' yeacfl7-181- 8 -- 7 86 6 23 8 17 child ncces&ry would irora. croup, no .mother .hesitate, to protect her o ffspring, OUt wnen U is ouiy uciH3&ai,y- tu keep' at hand a bottle "of Cough Remedy aud give it as soon as the first indication of croup appears, there are-mawho neglect it. Chamberlain's, Cough Remedy is within- the reach of all and is prompt and effectual. Cham-beriain's- Fresh Vegetables FRUITS And all kindn of Canned Goods, together with high grades of Meat, Lard, Flour and Meal, and in fact everything that is kept in a Grocery Store first-clas- s ny gifoecc: L,VT, BETHURUtt ATTORNEY AT LAW . JMTTERNOIT, RY. Office 34 OS Mullins, Sam, 112 acres land M&rcis, LIbcoIb, 95 acres land Robinson. Eddie, 75 acroe land 11 84 3 96 6 MS -- P.Q.3RIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE .SoQtb Sie Weat Main Street Mt. Vernon PSt THE Subscribe for Signal Robinson, Garnett, 15 acres land year 1917 and 9918 0' Will practice in all the courts r--j on Church Street ia I z ( J.B.:Cummins, Prop. 4 21 3C3C3lC3le3IC3 7Y - -- - ? . A t,il . ,