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L's from tho American Army beat tho Mr Ps. (Military Poller) into Metz two or three days and that when they rounded tin in up they had so many they did not, know what to do w.ith them. I hudplanued my trip to bo in Paris on Thanksgiving, where I had a turkey dinner in a French restaurant, regardless of cost. It was another great day I in Paris, when the Capital welGeorge and his two comed King sods. I crowded in until I had a if you'll drop in and inspect our definition and splendid view ol the whole "pro cession, which included the King our Merchandise and consider the prices, you'll realize und President Poincaro in a car is the one place in where you can practice Economy riage drawn, by a nice spaa of blacks. I think it must- have sacrificing quality. been the same team which tlrew the President in the iFourth of July parade. You have doubt less read of the great display of often like to drop into store and look over captured war material on display things seen advertised. in tho Place de la Concorde. The hundred of guns of every size, tanks, balloons, in fact everything like to be urged to buy and we you was completely covered with peoagree you absolutely. ple to see the King as he passed through,. CKCorXfd.bythe jnagmfi- cently equipped French Cavalry, will pay you to pay me visit can come to this store arcy tiraz, try on Cloth-cra- ft 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 bock of their 'neck. first to investiare glad to have you visit The captured aeroplane display is at the end of the Tulllerles. the savgate to see for yourself the result of which at this point- - has"'- been ings of applied science back into the clothes year after 'i ,.1 1. in aa raised tor a height of. abont fif iyyj teen feet .overlooking--, too Place year. de la Concorde, which by the way is the place where Louis. XVI ASKS HELP TO WIPE OUT Soon or late we you'll come back, because with thouand LIQUOR TRAFFIC sands of others were beheaded. the style, when you ate ready to buy you'll After the King had passed; and Somerset,- Ky. only comfort and lasting quality years of everybody became restless they Jan. ard, iqIq. broke the inclosure around the Clothcraft scientific manufacture can give yoo. Editor Signal, aeroplanes and before the- - Gen. i darmes could stop them; had lit- Mt. Vernon, Ky. erally torn five or six of' tbjenuto Dear Sir: I am informed by reliable " pieces for souvenirs. Tho police citizens of Mt. Vernon that con fought and wrestled wtyh them i .". Keckcastle are .almost for an hoar but could d'o.riothlug. ditions in on intolerable at this . time, due to was standing "On I tfie illegal sale of liquor, and the whole family the street when somelxxly yelled practically nothing is being KY. to one of the crowd to "throw that situation. one over". I never knew.. wheth- done to relieve the The Statutes provide that if one souvenir or one er he meant aeroplane, but the crowd took it liquor is brought into local opMERCHANDISE to mean the latter, so they yanked tion territoryfor sale, a crime manity of her troops under arms. them with forks, and plunge inone of the largest planes, weigh is committed by the person guilty I talked to a Y M. C. A. man to this pool of fresh steaming ing several thousand, po&ads ot that act. The county officials who was thero that night. He water and see . them come out over the wall into the. street, are justified in seizing packages INTERWRITES ANOTHER UN was in a cellar just off the main clean and free in body as well as right below, where tho containing liquor brought into fit have some Dry ESTING LETTER street of the city, which is a spirit; see them don their new teen feet crowd tore it to pieces, eyeo takr Rockcastle County for sale, and broad beautiful street. When uniforms and start for home. I t cost Goods to close duty to do this. ing heavy iron bars from the it is the alarm was given he ran into talked to many of them and it is mc and Hammering If the officers and good citizens Cote Dor, the cellar, but as things did not impossible to describe tteir hap- guns nearby engines and other worn: together and all do their pieces off the and save money We Buy Any Old Thing Franco. material very fast, ho looked piness From Nancy, I went strong parts, bofore the police full duty,' the bootlegger will be out just in time to see a German orertoToul, about fifteen miles Dec. it, 1918. get them away. I Stayed compelled to go out of business, plane sweep right down to tho away, a smaller city but one could Dear Edgar: out of the crowd but a few "sous" and conditions in the county imWhen I wrote you last, I house tops and literally pepper which has played a large part in got all of it I wanted from small will inevitably improve. It is ing have thus far saved the boot- for the past month, is much one ond to the this war and suffered les.t. I knew legger, but he will not be able in proved. Mrs. W. A. McKinuey was expecting to go to Nice on a this street from boys after .the crowd was dis- up to us.1 I propose to continue the future to roly upon this. I and Mrs. C. M. McKinnoy and Peyton persed. vacation but did not get away un- other with his machine bun.Luck. that my brothers-in-law- , the fight until the battle is won, shall ask the grand jury at tho little daughter, Rhoda were with til the last of November and then ily most people had been quick Reynolds and Bradley Brown, a call for and all I ask is, that I be given coming term of court to report to Mrs. Dora McKinney Monday. Last week we had bad a chance to visit somo of the enough to get off the street, but wero in tho vicinity of Toul and men to go with the army of oc- the proper backing and encour ot A. W. Adams and family, of the territory where the Western many wore killed. Not satisfied Verdun and I spent two days try cupation to Germany. I volun- agement by tho good citizens of me every person suspected perjury in an effort to shield the Quail section, spent Xmas with inwith this, he made a circle and ing to see them, but all their front used to be and took that teered and was notified Sunday that county. guilty, and whero it is apparent relatives at this place. Rev. D. stead. As the censorship has came back up tho street the same organizations were moving back, that I would be sent, possibly In order that the fight may be that this is tbo case, the perjurer W. Grubb failed to fill his apbeen modi tied, 1 might say that way. After the raid was over I did not get to see them. 1 did leaving here for Paris tomorrow. auspiciously begun and sucessful to jail for contempt pointment at Mt. Pisgah Satur-da- y since coming over I bavo spent this man helped pick up some of not gov up as far as Verdun, as So do not be surprised II my ly carried out at tho coming will bo sent of court. In extreme cases this is and Sunday on account of Di- the dead, among them a mother threo months just outsido'ot the only transportation available uoxt letter is written from some term of tho Circuit Court, It Is justified and I shall not heal bad weather. Mrs. J. J Nichols, one hun- with a few months old baby in up thore now is just as you catch jon, a city of more than castle on the Rhine, i have to necessary that every lover ol this dred thousand population, lo- tier arms, both dead. The only a ride in a car or on a truck. I sign up for at least foar months law and order, and especially tate to wield the power in to has almost recovered from a Revere attack of pneumonia followdirection If to do so will help In tho city is was cated about one hundred miles Protestant Church within 13 miles of Verdun on service to be sent, but as I am al every person opposed to the save that couuty from tho blight ing influenza. mass of ruins, once a south east of Paris in the depart- simply a the southwest nod over some of ready signed for tho duration of liquor traffic, in Rockcastle, at deadly ment of Cote Dor (Golden Slope), massive structure of stone and the old battle ground of 19 14 the war, which I could not very tend the opening of Circuit Court nlng effects of the most enemy that every imperiled tho State of Ohio, City of Toledo, charge of a small concrete. It was a fair sample of Every tiling was where I had commotion up well claim was oyer until peace at Mt. Vernon tbo first Monday lives of Lucas County, ss. colored hut. Since July 22nd I what has happened everywhere there. Tne great armies were is finally signed, I decided that In February, lOio, and assist in peace and wrecked the city. All of Frank J. Cheney makes oath the countless hundreds of tho have been at the above address, iu this unfortunate' getting out of the devastated re four months would not make so the perfection of an organization good people of that county. that ho is senior partner of the the French cities are so rich in about 15 miles north of Dijon, gbns and there were miles of much difference, after all. Be to fight this infamous business, B. J. Bktiiukum firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing where I have cbargo of one of the history that it is impossible to moving troops and trucks. Com- sides I will have new work in a ho that the mighty power of the Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court. business in tho city of Toledo, Y. M. C. A huts in France. begin to tell of the things you lareesl Due, where I new field and time will pass fast whole county may be enlisted In ing back to Bar-le- , County and State aforesaid, and This is one of the largest camps learn. I spent two nights and caught the train for Paris. Some or than if I stayed here. I shall the campaign (or its overthrow. that suid firm will pay the sum one day there. I must tell you also in Franco having around times as far back as you could hate to leave hero as I have been This accomplished, I foel that of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS men all of the most interesting thing I see the road would twenty-fivthousand be lined with right in the camp here for nearly the victory will be practically Mrs. Logan McKinney, who has for each and evory case of summer. On my vacation, I went saw, Thero are very famous heavy artillery, our biggest guns, five months and have made'bomo won. I; therefore, appeal to the bore, the Catarrh that cannot bo cured from Dijon to Nancy, the ancient natural hot water baths by the powerful catterpil- - good friends among the oKcers temperance people of. rnjr native been sick for the past two nonths bytheluseof HALL'S CATARRH largest of these belug a pool, pos- drawn Mrs. capital of the Lorraine province lar tractors. From Nancy, I had and men, as well a Y, M c. A. county to come; to the county is ablo to leave her room MEDIO'lNfe. and a city of 135,000 people be- sibly seventy five feet by two a chance to have taken a ride workers. 191q. with W. M. Swlnnoy died at bor home seat FebraaryvKjrd, Frank J. Cheney. Wednesday of Nancy has been In hundred, splendidly equipped. fore the war. friends back' borne their minds made.,up to destroy near Hopewell last remains, wero Sworn to before me and subOur this up to Metis, but as I learned range of the German guns for Tho Y. M. C. A. has taken viper that is Influenza. Her my prosenco, this Gth and that the Amorican Military Po- continue, to writ cm insisting laid to rest In the family grave scribed in four years and has bad more over for every aftornocn lice had established themselves tbatMMtH .(re interttUi, brlB(io'g)o much sin and crime day of, December, A. D. 1886. e evening and It Is free to soldiers. yard tf this placo Friday. She than three hundred air raids . there the day before, I was afraid bat wbm yaw MUlred of Wm, into that) A. V. Gleason, time. While the city is On the day I was there, Nov. 22, I have leaves, a husband and six child For years rand years,." to risk it, as I had no movement lust "chads tbefi In the waste Notary Public. (Seal) like Verdun or store than three hundred prisonmourn this loss. Mrs. D. not demolished wrke me a protest. been struggling with tbia mon rea to Hall's Catarrh Medicine is takwar, mostly British had order for Metz and they usually basket in Paris Rhelms, there Is not a block in ers of dtlvo 0. Barron, who has been confined tho Ger ' make an exatnpto oat of Y, men I an.beffetftobo President ar. ster evil and endeavoring to bed for tho past year, re- en internally and acts through urdar when tbe the city which has not been struck just gotten back from that county. Convinced ta her the Blood on the Mucous Sursuppose man lines where they had been if they catoh them traveling rivM aad If I am I will write Ruins everywhere. I necessary to bring mains very sick.- - Mrs. Mallsslo faces of the System. Send for some for without orders. You know It yon aboat U. I think this trip that this was months, the winter no one really knows how many prisoners for peace and prosperity, to; the. coun-t- McFerron is spending testimonials, free. Their government road was so soon after the armistice in (iarmanv la a fine cbaace. with her son, J. A. McFerron. people have been killed. They years. fools luck," kdpt ae I baye sought to do someF. J. CHENEY & Co., Tolearranged to issue thorn new cloth- was Blgned that everybody who suppose "a raided it two nights bofore the fron the front durlcg the war, thing of substantial benefit to the Miss Martua Kirbj spout last do, 0. Sarah Rowo. and one of ing hero and it was a sight never felt Inclined was going A. W. 0. ctberwiso, I have had a very fine county armistice was signed of my birth, and, nenco, 1 Saturday with Mrs. Sold by all druggist, 75c. forgotten to see those men L. (absent without leave), ovea experience.- during ray. eight Mrs. Androw McKinney is the worse raids they had came to bo bavq thrown myself unreservedly Hall's family pills for dirty, tattered trucks and automobile were tak- noaths over' here.. off their Id very sick at this writing. Mrs. on the night of October 31st, throw With very beat wishes for all, into the fight with that end prison garb, so filthy that those ing the same kind of ''French Sarah Klrby, who has been sick right when Germany was proview. Perjury and E. R, GKNTR. fellows coming claiming to the world the hu hauling them away handled Leave". Somo conomy E That's this What Is Economy? Making your dollars bring back the biggest money's worth town without that Worth Investigating You'd you've a But with don'st - BEST FLOUR, 25 lb. bags today You m MANY OTHER BARGAINS JUST AS CHEAP It a -- $1.40 We us putting - The Blue Front Just Opposite the Court house W.E BAKER I JOTGEBETHURUM know Marie-Antoinett- want 70 that w. H. FOR THE NEXT 1 - SUTTON & McBEE The Clothcraft Store MT. VERNON, ill and Mfflflt! 30 DAYS WE'WILL SELL DEALER IN For S H Of S Less than FOR GENERAL CO their-swor- n TRY We r PRODUCE Trade with I Cost out e HANS FORD utJ dur-ingtb- good-count- ii St y, - false-swea- C..T t" Sportsman, Mt.Vernon Signal.'admin1 and 1 tif Wli't Mirtn 0 his lite oniuhit d. The count'- alike mourns the deu'.h of Theodore Roosevelt as a prlvate citizen ,vhich linn ir at his request, nun accorded hln in the last rites of friends and loved i.-I - -' rrlSrtrtTiriTirn'Tttiiritirf V. N HiidaV, Jim. to, 19m . , Published evti y Friday EDGAR S. Al.RRIGh 7. h sanpcmrTiov o w j , ! litiphii'g iibuiit what ho wrote me and that 1 will answer .toon. Well, I avo written enough for t hi.- time vill try md writengain soon. fiivo my best regards to all Krnin your brother, Private Calvin R Btrnos, 1 - fi.n ones. Hit A. IIJ7K. A. K L For-t-s- , Advertising talrs r'aue kiowncu cppHnititt MKMBKK OF Via New York. Tin 's tho way you should addrots my mall. Calvin Barnes in France Gimp De Sauge, Franc Dec. 3, I9I8 Mr. II. R. Humes, Mt. Vernon, ICy. Dear Hrotlior; I will write yon a few lines in answer to your letter that I received last night and was sure glad to hear from you all. I am well and enjoying myself fine Well. I will try to tell you some thing in regard to my trip as I cjnui across. Wo went on board Sept 8, ai.d landed at Liverpool, EngUi.l, Sept. 21. So you see 1 board I3 davs, but uever was got tli least bit sea sick, but believe son c f the hoys did. I Cdiil I have .slept all the way, for I was sleepy all the time Just t.fttr we got off the boat we got ci tho train and was on it till some tunc in the early part of next morning. We then went to a rest camp at Winchester, England and was there two or three . days. Then we got on another boat and crossed the Enghse Channel over into France. Wo were on that boat just one night and we wont to a camp called Li Hnrve. France, but we 11 1 l&tfrt?S,-T',tiet..iiit..lw- KENTUCKY IMIKSS SSOClATtON Thousands of Things You Need AT AT Drummond's Great 9 Cent Sale AND ALL OF THEM SAVINGS KOCKCASl'LU OVKR BOY GOES THE TOP BUT WOUNDED. Private .fames A. Franklin. CominnyK. 28th, Infmfry. of Wildio, Ky. is one of the Rock- cp.stle bos that gave his blood on Rockcactlk lias furnished many the battle field of Franco that a l.nivo boy Jo the most glonou.s the Stars and Stripes might float While our eVertiiobiliV.il annv over German soil and stait boys were fiulitingovor tliuie our "Kaiser Bill" on the hike Arthur toiling with was citizenship (as he is better known by at While nvght and main at home home), was one of tho Hast boys nf the past, what that is true called from the county and be of the future? The war is over longed to one of the divisions What awaits our yuuiig iin'n on ttiat was rushed to the front to people in their return? Uur stop the Huns from golnit to county have been asleep at lliis I'.iris. When his company landed the switch. They have i i France it was split up and sadly indifferent to those things thrown in with the ones that which build up and advance this knew the ways of lighting on the old county. Any new county front and they were rushed to should have good roads in ten marching line ot battle with years from the time of its their 60 pound pack for nights iienco Rockcastle is one through rain and mud and seek hundred years behind tho times ing shelter in shell holes and in the matter of her highway. dugouts ut days for sleep and Search tho world over, and then being robed of tlietr sleep wherever jou find bad louds.you by the buzz of the shells. This invariably find both ignorance inarch lasted for seven days and poverty. There is no eicuso when at last they got in touch or, 'vrnti'irortlcm- s- t3n-Jfar ettlicr-H-J- Roekcjisilfr. Good WttV-atroads bring higher education, three- days. We again "got on a the break of day with the Ger. greater wealth and a much wid- train aud was on it two days and mans only 2uo feet away tho com er commercial activity. Bad nights before we landed here) mand ,vas given "Over tho top roads in Rockcostlo have been a whcic I urn now. The trains over was on, and around the here are not at all like those wo boys" and the battle horrible ihere in this great battle ut bois- neck of our people. They have havo in the U S. A. They are sons tho brave boys fell by the throttled their efforts and great- so much smaller and they have scores. Before the battle had ly handicapped their progress girl firemen and brakemen so that been raging very long Ar Whose fault has it been? It is looks odd to me. The coaches thur's gun was shot from his the fault of our owu people. They are divided into two different hands, ball passing through his have not thought aright. They departments, havo doors in the under his arm but deter- side, and one department only shirt have not fully realized tho wHto do his bit and help drive good reads. holds about eight persons. There mined derful rdvantage ot the Germans back, he picked up The few who appreciate better are lots of people here that wear his rifle with the stock shot off highways have not done so to the wooden shoes, especially the girls and fired it until he fell helpless extent that they are ready, will and children. We have not had among tho German dead. The inn aud anxious to 'shell the any real cold weather hero yet. battle was so hot that there was woods" in pubhing such a wot thy It never gets bad cold here they no time to pick up the wounded cause. say There are some of tho girls fo he was loft lying on the field At tile last election our people that are very pretty, but thero for nearly 23 hours" to care for had an opportunity to say wheth- isn't any of us that can talk to his own wounds, which was one er they wanted the state to give them much, for we cannot under bullet through tho nose, one cents for every sund them. Charley Kirby, I through his right arm above the us seventy-liv- e twenty five cents we put into the think would like to court them it elbow and his right leg nearly construction of highwijs in this ho could talk with them. Well shot otf. With his left hand he county and the munificent offer Hnrve, I forgot to say any tiling removed a bayonet from a gun was refused at the polls. Shame about tho war. The truth is that and twisted a cord uround his urm and on such stupidity. Such conduct wo got here too late to take any and leg to stop the blood seriously reflects upon tho intelli part in it. I am glad I havo had watched tho boys that fought by his side drive the Huns back and gence- of our citizens. Give us this much of a trip I dont think march about 30,000 Huns in as will bo very long till I another chance. Possibly our it prisoners. At last the good people will wake up. The boys back ut Mt. Vernou, but I can't Samuritan or the Red Cross cume from tho trenches will soon return say just when. Tell Lena and to his aid, fared four German and we feel sure that every one Doll I will bring them some- pr isoners to carry him back to a aid station and dress his of them will help carry such a thing when I come. You say first He was cared for in - to a successful Lena wants to see mo. I guess wounds. until the later part of end. So causeFrance let's have another election on that I would bo as glad to see her us November when ho was sent question. Open tho polls and she would be to see me. You back homo and is now in U. S. with grim determination, born ask mo about tho flu. It has not Hospital in West Baden, Ind., where his wounds are being of right, let us put pep into the been so very bsd hero James cared for. campaign that victory might be wrote mo thoro wero about 75 cases in Mt Vernon. I hope had and good roads he built mother will not tako it as she That tho whisky business has lias already had Uthe fever, und thrived in and around Ml. Vertion as old as she is she in 11st be very Bks. Dentist far the past several months, no weak. I got a lottor from Mary lOffice Over U. G. one familiar with the situation the other day and she aid mother IlaVer's Stors will deny. Whore it comes from was belter, I trust she is well is plain, the bootleggers are num- by this time. Tell John Harmon MT. V K It N O N, KENTUCKY erous, sales are almost made in that I have nit got through aaMiMBaa9MMMH the open, hut prove tl in the courts, that is the question. The letter of Judge - J. Bethuruui &lJkamfJfmM ut printed on the first page is to tho 2rt point and timely, and as suggested by him, without the hearty and undivided support of the low A Remedy lo Overcome Catarrh and Catarrhal ubidiug people, tho court, 110 mat Condition wu Dr. Hartman't Legacy to the t JV1 VlVM ter how earnest his efforts may World of Suffering. be, can avail but little, toward the The Doctor early recognized the insiduoiu nature stamping out of an evil of such of catarrh and consecrated hi life to checking therav magnitude us the wbMcv traffic age of the wont of all health deitrojrers. On Monday, February 3rd, the people who want whisky put out of the counly und are willing to help do it, will havo un opportun The Greatest of All Catarrh Remedies ity to show their hand. One man, or u few men, no matter what his Catarrh first attacks the mucous linings In the nose, throat, lungs, stomach, bowels or any other part of or their position may be, can do it the body. Unchecked It Anally breaks down the tissues und chronic ailments ddvelop which. If not fatal, all, they muat have suppurt and a are always dIMlcult to cure.) support of every w Guard your health with l'eruna. Don't wait until too late, l'eruna U excellent for coughs, colds, effects of the grip and person in sympathy with tho end all catarrhal Inflammation and congestion of the mucous linings. sought. Many startling recoveries have been recorded. Ik-im1 Every Third Yard Only Everv Third 9c Article Only 9c Every Third Dollar Only 9c ! Children's and Misses' Coats. Beautiful Fur trimmed Coats, and Green, In Black, Brown, Plum Regular price $ 2.00, Every Third Dollar Off, This Sale Ladies' Coats and Dresses, - Or 3 Coats for $24-9- 9 $8.36 Every Third Dollar 9 c Thompson's Glove- Fitting Corset, Front and Back Lace, J. C. C. and CORSETS BLANKETS -- crtit-tion- . Men's, Women's, Boys' and Girls' UNDERWEAR. 3rd Garmnt 9c 3rd Hat 9c Children's HATS. Choice of any Hat in House $1.00 Men's Suits $12.00 and $13.50. This Sale brings them down to $8.36 & $9.86 each Men's Corxforoy-Fftnts-j College Girl. 3rd Dollar 9c or 3rd Corset 9c Men's and Boy's CAPS, 3rd Cap or 3rd Dollar 9c SILKS Taffetta in Black, $1.50 yard, 3rd yard 9c GINGHAM, 35c yard- 3rd yard 9c OUTING Dark patterns, 30c yard, 3rd yard 9c - Nice plaid Cotton Blankets, $4.50 pair. 3 pair for $9.09 . I mill we give Everything hi Store at these prices, exoopt Contract Goods (Shoes, Oil ClothrtKorulis and Swiiim Hats, oiF on these articles you 10 per cent I mill-ston- e COME EARLY j DRY !K:ivaHaaaKXsKKSKHHBlBMHBaBMl 'rxzsBiaa DRUMMOND S GOODS STORE, LIVINGSTON ANIVGUNCEHENT Remember DATES, JANUARY 15th to JANUARY 25th aBBaBaBMMa11 OF Dr.iyiK. Pennington JOHN D. CARROLL Candidate for Democratic Nomination for Governor. Kecauae of that most excellent Uu A'hlch limits a candidate for Clover nor to 110.000, tr about S( to tli county, to iirumote lilH candidacy, . Ii.ih been ncccaiury to print my com plvte announcement In pamphlet form, and It will be distributed throuKhout th- State. It contulna a full Htatemenl of my viewB on pub lie questions, and I would like to let-copy In the h.mds of every Democratic voter. In this brief apace, I haw utteirptr-i-l to summarize the noru important subjects tuucheil on in that .,iuiihlt. which will lie sent to anyone requeatlne It l.liuor Question. 1 will va,te for and support the Amendment to the Constitution to - B , OF LONDON of the State so the pienent Indebted-ics- s may be retired without Increas- nK taxes. DEfTHST WILL BE IN Labor, llelnt; a fileud of labor and sympathising with every legitimate effort to better living conditions. I such legislation in will promote tliw comfort and prosperity of the fa-'- wage earner a-- u ROD HE AD, KY, WjWj4fria3e!vlU& Wednesday, Jan. 15 OFFICE WITH vFWZ Wtf? ' Ski .til ?&. T DR. WALTER Dr:W. F. CARTER BURBA BEGINS BIG. Berea College of five depart monts opened on Now Yoar's Day with a 0tl attendance More thnn live hundred students had entered the day before- - l$$gizsB me 11- at - A tMumuutuitkiutuMMtimumuiui ubiMWmi tofhe, World OCTOIM mm mm PERUNA hole-hearte- d HP IT FOR will bo delaed In starting by tho siorm, but will got in beforo tho end of the week. You will please come in and tle same as I am needing the money to pay for tho goods that you have been using. I hopo bo warning enough withThe day was rainy, but clouds this will any further notice. lifted in the morning just long out Respectfully, great pro enough to allow thq Jonas McKknzir. cession with hand and banners to march from tha Ladies Hall DON'T YOU FORGET IT. to the Chapel where Pre'siilont Bear in mind that Chamber. Frost gave an opening address of Tablets not only move tho welcome, with some advico 01 Iain's bowels but improve tho appetite care of health and Now Yeur's and strengthen tho digestion resolutions. They contain no pepsin or other The ureat domaud for Berea digestive ferment but strengthen trained teachers, as well as fur the stomach and enable it to ptr- County demonstrators prepared form its functions naturally. in tho Berea Vocational departTho follow who is always lookments. Is among the things which ing for free advertising never brings students in great .num- gets very much or It. bers from great distauces Many set- Notjck: To all who are owing either accounts or notes. I Cot. Rooskvklt is deud was the news flashed over tho wires Monday. For some time the had been hi poor hculth, but hia death was uu expected Hot only to tho people but his family as well. In the death of Col. Roosevelt the couu try loses oue of its greatest men and whether ho he a political enemy or frieud, all uliko must admit the greatness of the uinu as u itutesmun, soldier, executive TOOK CUITIS. "I waa troubled for four or fly yearn A few doses of l'erunu would always bring relief, in the u Bprlnir of 1914. 1 began taking In earnest and used twelve bottle and have not had an attack In two yeara. I feel better and can do more work than In ten yeara. l'eruna alao cured me of chronic llronchlila and I recommend It aa a aplendld remedy," Mil O. V. McimiDE. Usnta Ve, Ohio. WRITE FOR THI8 BOOK. If tick olid In doubt, write The Peruna Company, Dept. H 81, Ohio, for Dr. llartman'e Health Hook. It U free. Sent In plain wrapper to any address. a 00 IT TODAY CHRONIC UHON- - "I had catarrh and waa all run condown. Many claimed It sumption and 1 really thouKht ao myself. I had a pain In my lungs and left side, no appetlu. could not sleep, alwuya weak und tired. My weight was i pounds. 1 took fifteen bottles of l'eruna and am entirely cured. I now weigh 130 pounds. Thanks to l'eruna. Mus- J NETKOWS. 3954 Tyler HI. Minneapolis, Minn, N. E. If you want health, Insist upon tuivlng Or. llartman'a World IV mous l'eruna Tonic. IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM. Sold Everywhere. Aik yoyr Desler for a Peruna Almanaa HAD CATARRH IN WORST FORM t -.- Vbiiaren Ory FOR FittCHtWJ AETaBli. u Pennington Dentist Is still at the RockcasDr. M. K. JOU.N u. LAUUOIX. .New tattle. jlulilblt the manufacture, sale ami runHportatlnn of ilrltiious. vinous, malt and ulher htoiUiitlnic liquors If elected, I nlll l.onosily anil earnestly use .ill legitimate efforts lo make effective by legislation the letter as well as the spirit ef this amendment Woman HulTrac. Should the proposed Amendment to the Constitution be adopted by Con si eta, 1 will faor ratllluatlou by the Kentucky l.eKlUture. If tills amendment does n'Jt pass ConKress, I fa. tor submlttinc an amen lm nt to the Constitution of Kentucky couferrliiK nuffraKC upon won, in. and will vote iur It. IMiicallou. I have always been, and am now levotedly attic icd to the Common I am heartily In clio'j Hyk'em of mi!. - .imnle lirovislon tu I secure for every child In the Stnti sn Jiiorijiny iu ooiaiii pi leait s Vint i mimon ncnool hJucUIoh ihermoro, every effort onirht to be d, reeled to the enforcement of the compulnory Fchool law su that every child within school years may he required to attend some school. I'tibllt' llo.itlg. beI favor thorough tween State and county effort In road work so that food results may be ob tallied from the expenditure of State funds. Agriculture. As the chief weilth of our State U found In Its agriculture. I favor put. Departtine the Statu Agricultural basis aa ment on such a financial will enable It to render to the farmers of the State the most efficient and practical service. New Tax Law. The principle of c'ass'.flcatlon of property and Imposition of a different rnln of taxation should not. In ny judgment, be changed until u fair Its rial lias demonstratedmay Injustice be In the ucli Inequalities as resent law should Is cured by prop-,- r lnKlslatlon Statu Debt. should The State debt larger, not Ibe perwould and mitted to crow all appropriations In excess of vei evenue and try to arrange the affairs fa-tn- Iaiw mill Order. Confident Unit tho supremacy of law and preservation of order lire to our peace and happiness, am nnd always have been a strong advocate of speedy and vigorous enforcement of law. 1 abhor mou law ana am Rrattrieil that there will be submitted to the voters at the November election an amendment to the Constitution providing for th removal of uny Trace Officer for neglect ot duly 1 will vote for this amendment and If elected will urco the Legislature to enact suitable lawn for Its enforcement. I'nnloiia. I think the power to pardon should be sparingly eerclsd and pardon grunted only when the ends of Justice demand It. Nonpartisan Judiciary. The Integrity and freedom from partlsin bius of the Ju.lleliry of the State Is a inattir for congratulation of every cltlren. I believe, however, that the Judiciary should be nonpartisan to the end there may not even be a suspicion that their Judgment was warped by partisan feeling. Nonpartisan Institutions. Our public Institutions honestly and absolutely should be divorced from partisan politics competent men should Faithful and not be removed for partisan purooses cr political reasons. Vait nitllnut Corrupt Practice Act Our Corrupt Practice Act Is a onK.?1 "ne atP limits Ing bribery because Itoard prevent. the that a candidate may spend. sum provisions of Mils act I Intend to The strictly, according to Its r as well as spirit, although doing will nccexfurlly deprive me su of the benefit of much leitltlmate letter writing and helpful advertising, ImtriM-iulriVote. If the Peiiiucratlc party desires to win It must no nliute candidates who can secure the Independent vote. The ....... Ueinucruts should nnmlnatn whether It be myself or another, ram poll the largest vote iu the who No- tiiiuvi ciciiiun, ItuslucsH Administration. llellevlns th.it the State may be likened to a big buslnecs corporation I shall favor Its business being conducted as nearly aa possible In the samo econonil.al and erllclent manner as Ihe affairs of a large and well, managed liiieln.ua concern I devote all my time and attentionwill to loolilnti after State buMness. havlnc no other ambition than that of being known as a business (lovernor. nnd during the term shall not be a candl- 1 lot-'oit i !. s Where Candidate Live. The section of the State dates come from Is not that candl. material ..tanley. from Western Kentucky, re. elved In the State 4.1JC more votes than lllnck. Kentucky ind In twp of tho thlrty-on- e mouii aln counties the vote was a tie twees them. In twenty-tw- o of "lie Jther twenty-iiln- e Stanley got a over Hlack Soldlcri,' .Monument. To perpetuate the our soldiers who gaveheroic deeds fSj their live. K?'i?r ind "roty their atau and are now slseuinr g lands. advocate the erecUoS for, iioblo montimont iiibi ...in . enduring evidence of the grateful re! membrance we who are Vlv Um mil.".,?.,? U"'1 m,l"orr of h5. who Conclusion. W1 br,.,r atatement, I h the principles I believe "n set 'orl (hsll advocate and In the primary e'eo-IoI respectfully ask the of those Democrats um i.j.."1 a.".!'. p0. Itlon and who believe. If rse my nd e ected. I will honestly TndJavor o put them Into effective form. joiin n. CAItltOLU from-Kaste- rn ma-lorl- ty i'i ' 1 I n tle Hotel GASTOKIiSi CASTOR. A FCP FLETCHER'S Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR -- ' juii.u oiOio ji niubl i'j xl BlJLAL lg4i.'rj MauUAtarin get a deed, at the heirs are scat Way card presented by nur old E7 L) tcred ovor several status. If you friend James Maret. Guess ho !l3 JK Xx l It seems to us 'ihnt tho editor can't sell your own prorisrly let can keep in tho middle of the Mt. Vernon Ky, Jan. 10, 1919 evening ut the Baptist Church. "Ball-BandEvery one cordially invited. " of tho Stanford Interior Journal ttic urodiicau Kenl lis taw com- road by now. What do you say pany sell it for you they say It (J. M.)? Mr. and Mrs. J. T. up "No, 71" wntnwr, "rv want to Coiiimunl. f, J A freight wreck near Gum is greatly distressed because of is easy. Mrs. Khzabeth Hail got Omar? and son, George W. have IM Sulphur yesterday morning had tho ".iwful on8loughts" mndo upone wltl HIQNAU tho road blocked until a lata hour on President Wilson by tho lato a messago that'her brother, Chas. returned from Knoxvlllo where You get your money's Riddio and his family, wero they spent the holidays with Mr. last night anil 23 had to detour Roosevelt, as ho T. you are. Mrs. W. M. by nuy of Richmond and thenco Cnnma If. sc If In ItlUb tt ...nM.in stricken with the flu, and she left OMary's parents. iu ana IV, III Innl IU WU1IIU3 Wednesday morning for Indiana, Clark has returned from Cincinto Corbin. No one hurt. him a great deal moro than it pipppp ftm where they reside. J.W.Proctor, nati whore she went to visit relaPresidents, W. R. McClure has bought do0'' Mr Wilson who has boon employed by Dr. tives and friends. Mr and Mrs. lOUISVIllC 4 NASHVIILC n R.CO. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr .BUsisisisish the stock of groceries and res. rungs, umperors ana statesmen W. E. Gravely in his big Main W. M. Odell and children spent Mt 1 lSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSP. 'Ball- vtaurant of T. P, Watren and havex. been able to see Teddv street store,, for tho past four the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. " TIME TABLE. Rni1 Roosevelt as tho greatest mnn of Mr. 4.57 pm took charge last Monday. uortn...j goods aro his day and his only exception be vcars. resigned the first 0! the Lharlio Carpenter at Lebanon! Look aaWw w built on the 24 north 8:35 am Warren has not decided as yet slsls ing the Stanford editor. John D. week and Gus Carson is in charge Junction. Mrs. C. L. Black and .islslslslsH he will do. of quality. south Chas. Rash, of Torrent, Is children havo returned from Lon- KtdBaO 12:35 P m what Pike sold a house und lot on West now It costs $1,000,000 a - don where sho spent the holidays. 12:45 a m 21 South J. Pish has bought tho farm street, near the Methodist church with his mother, Mrs. L N. Vanyear extra to make them. Mrs. George Smith has re Miss Ella Belle so strong and durable, but IL Jas, Landrum, Agent. of Pleas Ramsey, which is lo- to lorr? Muncie, of Garrard, for hook, this week you get tho benefit. The test of Rob turned from Corbin after spendcated on the Dixieland about 2 Phone No. 8, $600. This is the property now Ncwlaml is clerking in John 1 "JUmH time proves that it oavs to wear .HHM I miles from town. This makes Dr W. E. ing tho holidays with relatives. ins' Cash Store now. occupiod by Dr. and Mrs W. E Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Iotofice them. They couldn't bo made bettnr two farms for Mr. Fish, the Gravely made his first trip to W. N. Riggs is at his post again wall nutter. im at double the price. McWilliams. At a meeting of other ono located in the Hiatt tho stockholders and directors of town Thursday afternoon, and after being confined to his room We Sell "Ball-Band- " Wool JWf. .,,,1 while the doctor is still pretty with a very painful injury caused section. PKKHONAL Lumbermen's Sock with Overshoes. tho Citizens Bank, Thursday of weak he is beginning to look him- by sticking a nail In his foot. A. E. Proctor, the grocery man, Logan Towery has sold his last week, tho same board of diand the kind thnt Inst. n cr self again and it looks mighty good Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Oliver have ask US to Show VOU the Comhinatinn Rnnfo on,1 n.---.- u continues very side. place 'near Langford to Samuel rectors and the same officers were to see him out on the streets, and returned from a few days stay euuw i.itiuuers, a R. H. Miller was in Louisville Alcorn and moved his family to elected t- manage tho affairs of we hope he will soon be able to with relatives at Berea. Mr. A. Berea. Mr. Towery bought tho the bank. Under tho present resume his during the week on business. Rov. Alonzo Wolf who moved to Cynthiana a duties of the Ottawo place about three years ago from management this bank Las grown Masters was with his parents, Mr. year ago has returned to LivingstB G. Arney, section was in town Wednesday. T. S. Brauatnnn for $600 and until it is second to nono in the and Mrs. David Masters, at Gum on.- -- Granville Owens, of Brodsold it for $1,075 vithout mak- county, and has broken all recwas in head, was horo between trams Dr. M. Pennington Sulphur, during tho week. ing any improvements. ords during tho year just passed Chas. Louisville Wednu'Mlay on business. Brown, who has been head Sunday. He claimed bo came has established a solid work clerk in It. H. Hamnrs big store this far with a teacher Rusicl Dillion shipped from It and it Miss Bess Cox, of llurrodsburg. ing basis and no institution of it's seemed to us that he "was taking for several weeks, has the flu. is visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. B. Cox. heie last week a car load of hogs kind in tho county is supported lessons in the verb Love. Miss Mrs. Mike Faunon will leave and will ship another car lomor by a stronger host ot loyal de Marie Rambo and brother, Willie, row. These hog are from 60 tomorrow for llurlan County to positors. Mrs. Joe Riddle and left Sunday night to enter school lbs up und were bought at to visit her parents. Mrs. James Hugy, of Detroit cts. As there is an embargo Hobert Griffin one of our navy at Stanford. Miss Hazel Parrett Mr. and Mrs. Wudo Ballard, of 15 are with relatives and friends on live stock to Cincinnati and boys is at home on a 30 days fur- and Missic Anna and Flora Mae Coviugton, aro visiting Judge and ON THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKS several markets at this time, the here for 'Stveral days. Mr. and lough J. A. Oliver, the Win- Brown, of Mt Vernon, visited Mri. G. M. Ballard. car which he will load out tomor- Mrs. J. M. Humble are with her chester salesman, was with our Miss Jaletto Griffin Sunday. Mr father, Mr. I. R. Storm. They Nathan Cress and son, Dirl row will go to Stanford. merchants this week. Joo was and Mrs. Hobart Griffin were in the house and got its contents, said before the good folks at have been at Newport News, Va., havo gouo to Indiana where they empty store room caught firo ingston havo a heart. once a merchant of our town and Londay visiting Mrs. Grlffi's will st iv for sevarul months, Remember tho Stock Pen where Mr. Humble has br.cn the webejieve he would be fjglad to parents, Mr. and Mrs. S E Pen and was soon in ashes. The. Trrmy sirjK;eior ,evera'i be back in our little city in Sc wmor farmer-brook& C&udill, Carl, tho young son of Mr. and F1""" the nington. G. b. Grifim "has sow property row. Mr. Farmer u you are months. They were in London, hills. E. B. Owens, who has tak- his stock of goods to Lee Mullins "&lodecl hens yesterday a Du r- Mrs. Howard Baker has been but occupied bv M. H. asleep on this proposition Mr. en for Sunday, with relatives. very sick for the past week. the freight agency here has and they havo been envoicimr Mullins. All hands weDt to work lmm bul1 ca,f- nine months old, goodness sake wake up. It is Humble willlikely locate in Louis- moved his family here. That since Saturday. Gnmn will re to save Prof. W. R. Dinkeren.Vs weighing looo pounds for which Mr. John V. Cotton from Akmoney to you and money to the ville, where he has a good pisi- means one more democrat in Liv- tire from the goods business and house which was in a few feet of lae paid- 250, Ho "ought tho of Miss ron, Ohio was the guest fellow. But remember that tion offered him- .- J.L.Kegloy was ingston. H. P. Niceley Bowling Grain. We was in we judge will go to farming as tho store room with buckets and yunSster Sunday and other Bemicu Landrum the other fellow must make mon-e- y down from Fariston, Saturday Lebanon Junction he owns a good farm near Mt.Ver- - tubs and every available vessel to noto ',10 imPrvoment of live Tuesday. E. Monday. if vou make any and you must and Sunday. Jim will likely B. Owens has purchased a bouse non- on Ronfro's Creek. L. H. carry water and everyone do-- stoc:lf ia 0UE C0Unly. witl much Miller and Jus. Williams, make money if the other fellow move Louis back to Brodheod in the Davis left today for Beeville, ing all be could the Professor's 1)Icasure and f the improvement son of Mr. and Mrs. M.C.Williams gets his share. Get in the pusb early spring. Edd Brooks, Cecil and about 6 acres of land of N H. Oliver. Price paid $650. This Texas where be will remain for house wa saved but not until the iu tho next fiv0 yoars is ProP were discharged Wednesday from and lets have in Rockbastle some Hays, Bill Payne and others have wn property is within the corporate three or four months. While damnmil nK,. tionately as great as the past five 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 Kockcastk will be in position to Miss Louise McNeill and broth, prosperity of the county. Good and are at home. All glad to be to boast of her livo stock. Miss Ethel Hays has returned timo in fishing and hunting. He,j carried no insurance" and the s er, Robert, from Pittsburg, were stock pens is one of tho greatest back in old Brodhead, too. Jack N been in the goods business fessor's insurance hid expired a from Cincinnati after spending Mau pa.t 30 with horse and guests of Louisa Landrum dur- essontials. Masters, of Corbin, was with his holidays with her brother, Egbert ior several yoars until about two couple of months ago, The good bUSTlTV tO SOU St.Or-lrVlnrlitin- -. ing tho holidays. .. . .. -- .u.i.wu , l. The stockholders ef tho Pco father, Eld. J. W, Masters, here, Hayse Mrs. C. A. Dtynjfoid and weeks ago when he &old his stock Boj ousy anu wo don't Powder in Rockcastle County, deWeduesday He will soon locate daughter, Miss Ella Mae, are vis- of goods to Prof. Lee J . Webb. Miss Bessie Hamlin, who think it w. be many days until Salary 9o por m011th pies Bank met Monday and Address veloped typhoid after the flu and elected officers for the vear i91q. hero. Mr. Masters is Inspector iting relatives at- Parksville this Our school began Monday with Mulhns will be ready to go to1 4,4 South Meridian St., then gastritis continues in a very Tho same officers and directors for the Louisville & Mashvilie Mink, ono ot Prof Sam Chandler as principal, again. As wo have ai)oli9i Indiana. sorious condition. who have so successfully handled Rail Koad on this division and we Uncle Sam'9 boys- - has returned and Miss Winnie Falin and Mrs, W-- . H. Henry Catron Jr., was hero the institution for the past year are very anxious to have him a homo. Born Cottongiru, who Bettie Pike as assistants last week to see his sister, Mrs. were retained, which aro as fol citiz'.n of our town. Mrs. L. N. had a surgical 9BratJonitpar to the wife of ft L. Moore on the T. J. Niceley. He was recently lows: President U. G. Baker Bowling returned Wednesday formed'on flileeEiacaorr a 5th a fine 10 pound boy christened discharged from tho army at one W. T. Sparks, from a two weeks visit 10 Ber few days ago, texgeMigt along Richard Lay ton Moore Jr. The daughter, Mrs. Grant Baker, in muuiy. vv. w. of the Southern camps. Cashier Floyd E. Miller and niggins is con- parents are both deaf and dumb. Kidney disease li no respecter of Lovcll, son of C. J. Cashier, Miss Amy Proc- Laurel. The Brodhead Real Es fined to bisroom with flu. This We hope the youngster will add Arthur d ately Theisoothlrig. healliiK oil stimmajority kidneys, tate Co. just closed a deal with is the only case in or near town. a blessing to tho home of these ueuiuo Aloony can of tho Ills anilctlng- ulates the destroys relieves inflammaLovcll, who had service on tho tor. oe traced DacK to tions and tho eerma which trouble. have caused It. Do not wait until toFred Sowder for the Cable heirs It is hoped that tjhe disease has good people. M. H. Mullins lost kidneykidneys Directors, U. G. Baker, W. J. Western front is back home The are tho most Important morrow. (Jo to your dnurglst today and Oil discharged. He ,was gassed and Sparks, M. J. Millor.S. D. Lewis, property, which liesi between been stamped out but there is bb house and all its contents ex- organs of the body. ofThey are tho Insist on GOLD JIUDAl. Ilaarlom you fllterers, the purifiers, Capsules, m your blood. r hours Kidney disease Is usually Indicated by should feel health and vlpor returning shocked but has recovered L. W. Bethurum, J. C. Griffin and Front and Maple streets. The one thing ure if every one that cept two pieces of furniture by shell nervousness, of will HCUAU day you tlrst price was Sr.ooo. This had it had the same .experience fire Monday night. The fire weariness, sleeplessness, stomach trou- andC.OUD blesi tho Haarlem Oil. heard despondency) backache, Miss Maud A. Rowloo, who Cam Mullins. Tho directors do contract After ble, pain that you havo cured loins is very desirable property and with it that tho writer did, it alarm was given and almost every gall stones,Ingravel, and lower abdomen, yourself, you continue was for seveaul years a teacher clared 8 per cent, dividend placed rheumatism, sciatica capsules each day, tosotako one or two as to keep In ond lumbago. condition and ward off the in our school, was tho guest of $looo to surplus, charged $ioco worth much more than it cost will be a long time" before it is one in town came to the roscuo, All these derantfftnents of other attacks. Ben 1 ike, who now forgotten. We will give a nice but too late to save the bouse as ' signals to warn you that are nature's dangerfor the orlRlnal Imported GOLD off on furniture und fixtures and Mr. Sowder. the kidneys .Ask Mrs. S. C. Franklin first of the need help. You should use CJOLD brand. Three Money fire had such a head MIJDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules Inime- - MKIMli If they do not sizes. you. week. Miss' Rowlee is associ- had something over $1000 left, lives in Detroit, was hero a short cromo to anyonebat wtyglve us help mo ago and tried to close a deal auy information concerning our that it was impossible to enter Leslie as undivided profits. The state t ated with Miss MoCord-iCounty but was on her way to ntent shown on the last pago of for this property, that is, tried to iriena, vv. M. Hicks' wherea- sell it, but when he found no sale abouts as we have completely lost Los Angeles to speud the winter. this paper shows the splendid condition and those upon whom or it, he turned it over to the sight of him. judgeifj. '. Dees All the Landrum family wore the mauagment of the bank has real estate people here and before went to Mt Vorou-Cusd- ay to homo during tho Christmas ' rested may certainly feel proud Ben got back ho.no tho trade was do some teleplioue'wojk. We are tho lirst time iu four years made. It took several weeks to Jin receipt of a nice Dixie High- Chester from Stanford, whore he of the splendid showing for 1918, i which was a 'strenuous year on is working for tho L. & N.; John small banks to take care of the from Hampton Roads, Va., where he is stationed in the navy; Ber. money detnands mado in Liberty nice from Concord, N. C, where Loans and all tho other various she is teaching ,and Ruth from calls for war purposes. mm axsxvaxs; Louisville. iv H. Brnnanian and wife have J. iff just teturned from West Baden, a Ind , where they spent Christmas rffluWimTrmulM with their nepbow, James A P I nnmtK'x.iPTO'JyfS who was wounded on Frauklin, MM tho battle field of France. They reported Arthur feeling good The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias been but his wounds will hold him in la use for over thirty years, has borne the slinLtnr. ' J an1 fine Kaah ma Ja. tho hospital for several months 3.-w- r yet. Our bats off to tho boys wWf wfs ' ' auow no one to neceivn von in thi that went over the top and gave All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Jfy H their blood that the world might nTHJBpBHJrr LillXuBsf UHUil llsU U FlliJJil llllllilllllilu' nfn Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of xi. ' Jf Goodwin's Preserves Ji iiiMIHMuBii Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. be free for democracy. Strawberry, Peach, etc, ' LOCAL ...irtllKlnBilffllP Castpria Is a harmless aubstltute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, per lb Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine ner other narcotic subetance. Its Circuit Court begins the first SAY, you'll have a streak of smokeluckif that'll all right, you'll age Is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Brown Beauty Coffee Monday in February. beea la constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, , ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and 35c value "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising J. B. Lovisay sold to Russ nail some Prince Albert for packing therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids bull which weighed a Herford the assimilation of Food; giving healthy aad aatiiral appealing all along tho smoke line. Just btwHn ourselves, you 1500 at 7j cts. The(Mdreo'Paacea--Xhellothw'Fria- 4. ' mvw will vvuw-u- p to Men who never before could Goodwin's Apple smoke a pipe and men who've jay until you can call a pipe You have already tagged your by its first name, then, to bit the smoked pipes for years all testify GENUINE dog, now you had better tag your ALWAYS you land square to the delight it hands out I P. A. W. H. Fish about Ford. See 20 lb, Stono Jar, for jBcars the Signature on that can't bite or parch I Both are your 19I9 auto license. kflHifBlr tDiisB Prince Albert I cut out by our exclusive patented process I County Clerk Bowman has isWell, sir, youll be so happy you'll want to gt a photosued to dato 1500 dqg tags and Right now while the going's,, graph of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old jimmy there is no tolling tow many ,aV pike with your smokethrottle wide I ask. t)Hh ,sBislsB pipo or the papers and land on dogs aro yet not tagged. Aislslsls&.'JssRIilV yen I TZfc about smoAo-sposome P. A. for what aJIa your S. Griffin is in town this G. Quality makes Prince Albert so particular amokeappotito t mornlngand tells us that ho has Yoa tafPrlmctAlrt mnryuhtt ttiatfit fU. Toppy rtjtagt. Th Kind You Have Always Bought sold his storo at Livingston and lidffa fme. hamdaomm pemmJ mnd half pvui tin kmmijortanj (Aef cdey practical pomnj cryctat glmtt humiJer with ipong will soon be buck on his splen-di- l mtaUtcxcr tp that keep tha tthacca in m'h perfect condition farm, near Buckeye. Kov. Gould, of Louisville, will preach both Sunday morniugand I Mt.Vernon Signal U U lf A lire YoTOne of the 8,000,000 Who Wear Rubber i'iimiTtM mm second-cia- s lu.d fpppppHppp .H Boots and Arctics? mpfliMm flH 'iRlUi PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsr1 PfflLj UP SSSSSSSl - d. .Lflafiffl WTAr Yijkr .Vll.H n All-kn- it all-wo- ol V W r bed-roc- k faw "V - 11 LIVINGSTON Liv-A- n trr. J -- ' - s - - - Pro-ha- a 1 r 1 - Indian-housekeepi- week.--Sherma- n -- Vice-Presid- ent As-sista- IT'S NOT YOUR HEART .IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS per-iotwenty-fou- AVIXVMKKVVV ft-e-l " lirst-cl- jA n wmhkwwim holt-day- s, IWiiTWrtSIf' ni ft illik Children Cry for FUtchtr's E3Sagax Wmmwm I N ! S&liSsssB i41lwll,9ttMH 39 Mi HI IflHIulKH II ttttttfMMttttttttMttttr D !'S CASH GROCERY STORE .- -. Just-as-go- 22 What is CASTORIA tHH r lt ' P Dil-Ho- n 1 3 Lbs, for 85 c Butter tie. hlgh-spot-o- lc CASTORIA re $4,00 AT Drummo nd's LI VI &&&&& 1 all-fir- NGSTON In Use For Over 30 Years rt iiuailiiiiilililliiliili 1L J. Reyaolds Tobacco Company, WinstonSalem, N. C, r; ?. 00 Stop T ffl begins. Think traits Is first move- in a winning Commissioner Wiley Sheriff's Sale for Taxes Speaks for Good Roads I, or one of my deputies will on Monday Fob. 3rd, l91g, being tho first day of tho Rockcastle Deur fair: ,'ircuit Court, between tho hours The War being over, I thing of 9 o'clock a m , and 4 o'clock you will agreo with me that noth p. m , at the front door of the tng now before tho American peo- - Court House in Mt Vernon, Ky. lo is more important than GOOD offor for sale to the highest bid ROADS. Staus all around Ken- - der tho following tracts,, of land January 7, 1919. STATEMENT of the CONDITION KY. of the kittle of life sav-ClII- U made when ing It PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, At the Close Of Business December 3 J, J 9 18 will educate you financially by developing 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. K k.. Bank of Mt. Vernon BEREA AFTER WAR -- Program FOR AND OTHERS RETURNING SOLDIERS your desire that Kentucky be behind in such an important thing as roud woik. Lets plan now during Mho win ter tniinths for tho work we will do in loiy, and bo ready bufore tho first of April to actually be'gin work.' Tho people' warn Dads and no county is too poor to have good road; besides, as has been advocated by the highest officials in our land, road work would be undertaken immediate ly bo as to give employment to our boys who- - have returned or will return before Spring. The cost of tho work will in all probability oxceod that done in normal times, but wo must remember that the1 cost of everything has increased and that the value of some of the commoJi ties hauled over the roads has increased moro than 100 per cent Your county never has had money for roads. You cannot build roads with wind, and suf-tice- ttHty nre preparing for the bin-s- t to satiafv the tax due the County year's work in their history, and Statu.' ,, dome nf them havo voted largo This Jau will vote lontl issues other 3. It. 0. Tip Lanoi-oku- , Precinct No. on bond issues in tho very near Tax & cost future- - and I know that it U not I Otf io-iQ- ta. ( RESOURCE SI 1 I hope that your court will im Tfie""Wor rdC6"riTfl ic"toTf ""Arm a Is Over- - that of coiuniuico, 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 3 of peace. Thee With its fixed high prinreturning .sol diers ciples and ideals, makes with their enlarged this warning call to every vision of life will natambitious young man and urally beeomethelead-er- s woman in the great mounof their comuiuni tain region. Uerea has beononchundred percent ties, and to do justice patriotic through the war to themselves and contributing more than one thousand students their peoplo they m u 8 1 be thoroughly and twenty faculty memprepared, bers to the service at'd now it ts ready to enlarge and intensify its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in tho Foundation, Vocational.Academy.Normal & Col ego Departments. Berea recognizes that, there are splendid people in the rcountums that cannot gut an education in the average high priced school, and to those people a special invitation is given. There are two important terms before this school year closes. Tho 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 BEREA mediately authorize an election for the 20 cont road'taX ll my impression that the people of a county expect their1 county officials to see what is needed and to havo it done,- and 'I know they expect their Fiscal Court to build roads'." When yoo call the election you put the question square up to the 'people' and re lieve yourself of tho unnecessary respousibllityof attemptinY'to do something with liotbing. 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 tho tax and tho peoplo aro satisfied that thev have done the proper thing in furnishing: more money for road work. No county administration can leave a greater monu ment to themselves than' a good system of roads, and I sincerely trust you will givo this inciter your immediate attoution, and that vou will feel free to call on this office for any assistance that .ve 100 iicrw land $ Uryant.l'olly A 2 37 Coy Ic Helrs.'lOO tjures lurnl 10 33 VanWInUle, J L, BO acres Uml ' Precinct No. 2 '1 ax & cost ' Gentry, J K, 1 acre land $i 70 6 13 (Jreen, Annie, 35 auics land ' 12 08 Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot Patterson', 'MrsJ C, 1 town lot, years 1917 uml 1918 38 11 7 17 lurnl Reynold, Ott, )i 7 20 Thompson, A L, 28 acred land 9 78 Wallin,Wii( 100 acre luml 4 74 Whltaker, Msry R, i aero land Precinct No. 3 Tax it cost $9 48 Artlier, A,' 1 town lot 2 71 Conn, Ann, 8 aore land C72 Crider, G B, 2J4 acres land 19 81 Uooloy, W I, 40 acres land 393 l'.ly, O J, 1 acre laud 6 15 Herrington, 'J W,37 acres laud 1397 Howard, Mat, 33 acres land, 14 J Uidwell, L E, 76 acre land 21 11 Martin, Mallasie; 40 acres land 515 Owcus, Don, 60 acres land 614 Parsons, G G, 0 acres land 614 Phillips, Charles, 11 acres land 3 07 I'ullins, Dave, 83 acres land 7Sii Wilson, John, 16") acres land 6 10 Wilson, Jolim'e, 28 acres land 2167 Wynn, Mrs-- , 30 acres land Prcelnet No. 4 Tax Scco at-r- c n, Loans $126,503.4 1 28,972.40 Due from Banks . . . 6,482.33 .. Cash on hand 1,634.36 .. . Overdrafts 6,000.00 Banking House, F. and F. 438.42 .. Other Real Estate $170,030.92 LI ABILITI ES . . Capital Surplus Undivided Profits Deposits $20,000.00 5,000.00 . 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 ci'yisj'b fcyLUi-25.tt?.Ii5.!?niL. 4 11 Oadd, Harrison, 49 acre land Haz7elwood, Ed, 25 acres land Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land Uuville Heirs, tlO acres land I.unccfoni, lude, 18 acres' land Murtin, I'I 10 acres land Precinct No. 5 Owens, M&Ukv 30 acres land Precinct No. 6 Laswell, W E, Robinson, d G, acres land acres land I'reeinct No. 7 acres laud 860 3 98 7 07 14 20 4 SO PUBLIC SALE I 1146 Tax & cost '$ 5 12 WILL ON Tax & cost $5 0J 4 24 Saturday- - Janaury 25th AT MY RESIDENCE I Tax & cost flejley, I.loyd, $10 65 2 44 6 18 acres land Cotton, Lizzie, Hughes, Mrs Carrie, town lot acres land, Landlord, RE, 1917-191- 8 8 81 j ears Livingston Lumber COj town lots 24 90 a ac acres.ianu McDaniel, Jalla. 4 24 Wolf, Kd, - acres laud 26 80 aores land Allen, Phjl T, adYea land 4 45 Hustle,, Lltlie, 4 63 WilIm6tt,'R T, town lot Precinct No. 8 Tax & cost Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land $ 3 96 4 11 Hradley, J II, 60 acre's land MILE NORTH OF MT. VERNON ON RICHMOND PIKE Offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described property: ar can render. For full injormatiion and advice, write to E.Vaughn Marshall Becrotury College BKRKA, KENTUCKY Wishing your adinin'stration a success, I am, Very truly yours, RODMAN WILEY, Commissioner, THE BEST COUGH MKDICINET Bustle, Kmiuett, 60 acres land Decker1, Sarah: 40 ncree laud KennerM P, 30 acres land Roberts, J B, 65 acres land Sears, V 0, 25 acres land Sears. Charlie, 30 hcrcs land Taylor, J A; 25 acres land Precinct No. 9. 6 41 2 17 6 20 6 99 4 08 4 03 3 28 Tax & cost t y When a druggist finds that his customers all speak well of n certain preparation, he forms a good opinion of it and when in need ot such a medicine is almost certain to use it himself and in his family. This is why so many druggists use aud recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Rem-edA REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING 321 CUTHRIE STREET, -- North of Potoflice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY J. B. Jones, a well known Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service druggists of Curbun, Ky., says, positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of "I havo used Chamberlain's employment should write for full information at once. Cough Remedy in my family for the past seven years, and havo found it to be the best cough medicine I have over known." ENOS SPENCER. PrrtkUnl CIM9.C. IIAHH13, U. IVMMrt II. II. UM13EY, SkkUi;' Commercial School y. STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit It up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It Just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If your eyes aro showing any fects now is tho time de- THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT to see DR. MOORE,' Tie Oftkka C6x' Oalldintr, 'Mt. Vernon, Kyt or recommended very highly, so began to use It It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It Is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache 'or stomach 'trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts i l the jaded liver and helps it to do its important w6rk out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be In every household tar use in time of need. Oet a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel freta' tt morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. cTcVwtiliani'? "-- ATrnBHSCV.AT.T.AIV . ITT,, "- MT,VEKNON,KY. -- OFFICE.- - Oaacd.floorof Sank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special attea tton given collections. 'PNoNK 8o- OhildTktiXXxy FOR ONECKNTADOSK u CLA 'Subscribe for Signal 4" 3 TOLft A I FLtTCHEiT ' 11092 acres land Bevlns, Jolin, 1100 Gibbons, N T,80 aereTiaud 4 45 Howard. Delia, to acres land 11 60 Long,Sheva, 47" acres land McWllliam WE, 5 acres land 6 45 6 68 Roynolds, C J, 70 acres khd 3 97 Stephens, Tom, 40 acres land Towory, Lula, 3 acres land Precinct No. 10. Tax k cost $ 0 17 Adams, Davo, 17 acres land 3 69 Brown, Logan, 10 acres land 10 30 Clark, A M. 12 acres land 2 38 Duvall Heirs, 100 acres land Helton, John C, 60 acres land 12 27 4 67 Hicks, I J, 30 acres land 9 06 Howard, nettle, 88 acres land 6 72 Johnson, G M, 1 town lot 14 99 Metcalf, Charlie, 60 acres land Oliver, Rlliabeth, 65 acres land 7 19 0 47 Ross, L D, 66 acres land Spoonamore, S J, 7 acres land 6 10 3 10 acres laud Thompson, Joe, 8 64 Wheclden; C A. 1 town lot 0 84 Precinct No.U. Ponder. Will, 6 acres land 4 60 Tax&eosf Vnuirn.' All. 20 acres land " , . 0 60 l Anglln, )M, 30 acres land iTecuict nu. 10. 'laud 8 30 Bowman, Luther, 100 acres Tax A cost 13 17 Boatman, O V, 60 acres land Precinct No. 12." 709 Tax & cost- - Tloyd, James, 7 acres land 7 20 acres land t h 51 BoyU, Harau, W acres iami Jackson, Charlos, 9 88 I acres laud 3 23 Chesnut. V J. 10 seres land Lamb, IMchard, 8 07 acres laud 7 20 Tyrec, Ellen, 4J seres land Meadows, Win, 7 3t 4 34 Tytee, James, H acres land acres land. Mize, L M, Rockcastle Cement & Lime Co, acres land 664 60 NO GflEAT ACT OF HEROISM REQUIRED. -t No. 13. Precinct Tax Ic cost act of heroism was . If some I 3 41 necessary to protect a child Dqoley, Pat, 6 acres land Flitf, A T,UclrB,r100 a.croa land 60 It would Hftrirtson. Wnvfl acres 'laud 4 85 fiomr croup, no mother Todd.'lUrriJOu, 129 acres laud 42 62 besltotecto' 'protect her o ffsprlngj' but when, .It Is only necessary to Precinct No. 14. Tax & cost keep at.habd'a bottle of Couch Remodv aud 3 70 Allen, Joe, 30 acrs land give It1 as soon as tbo first in- Browning. E S, 60 acres laud, 8 , years 10 05 dication OI croup Hppuarn, mere aro many who neglect It. Cham' WVH, 25 acres land, Bullock, Is withyears 19171918 788 berlain's Cough Remedy in tho reach of all and is prompt Carpenter, Boyd; 33 acres land , 023 8 17 and effectual. Carpenter.'P C, 75 acres land 6'15 acres laud Carter, J A, 3 26 Ingram, Paulina, 25 acres land MullIos,Wm,Uelrs, 100 acreslKnd, h. W. BETHURUtt year H1M818 24 02 ATTORNEY AT LAW 1184 Mulllni, Sam, 112 acres land MT VKRNON, RY. 338 Maroln, Lincoln, 25 acres land Will practice in all the courts. OOi Robinson. Eddie, 76 acras land Office on Church Street Robinson, Carnett, 15 acres land year 1917 and 2918 4 21 One Mare 5 years old, 15 hands high, in foal by Jack; one Milch Cow old heifers, will be fresh in April; one yearling 4 years old; three two-yeHeifer; one Hog. weight about 100 pounds; about 75 Hens and 11 Wagon and Harness; one Buggy and Harness; Geese; one two Turning Plows; one Double Shovel; One A Harrow; one Broom Machine; Household and Kitchen Furniture: one Organ, two Dressers, two Washstands, 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. two-hor- se Mrs. Mat " .. A. tltll itSil. m Auctioneer: BOGUE SMITH .,.llll.,lii,lt,. .t. 111 Cummins i 11 a :... ... m .. P. II GRIFFIN BARCAIN HOUSE .: i: - XMAS is over, but you still have to eat and enjoy life You will still find a Complete Lino of t : Fresh Vegetables ! -- Cham-turlnln'gj 1917-191- And all kiniff of Canned Goods, to- gether with high grades of Meat, Lnrd, Flour and Meul, aud in fact everything that is kept in a Grocery Store first-clas- s fruits THE M r9eaic(cxxj P.Q.GRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE Suth Siie West Maiu Street : SMw .: Mt. Vernon a $ J. b. Cummins, Prop. z .ttttl l?t?!iffifi!ffffff!UHHHiffff!fffffiiffiin