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Mount Vernon signal: January 17, 1919 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 mou1919011701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 17, 1919 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m. , ' K'' 'f. PUBLTHED l?$ EVERY FRIDAY VOLUME XXXII TOMATOES, 31b. Cans (Fresh) each hands and from his beck was KRAUT, 3 lb. Cans (Fresh) each suspended a placard oil which was inscribed " Sic "Transit PEAS, 21b.Cans (Fresh) each Gloria Mundi'. Down on the esplanade ' the statues bf dd SUGAR (Domino Cane) per pound' Wilhelm I, Friadrich Cari; WilTTV4. 4 4 frYVT 4 4 IS helm V and others, all' heroic LARD (Compound) per pound) 2XZ i size, had been overthrown. Metz Havingpurcbased all of the Stock Coats of two big manufacturers at was full of bands, girls in Alsat- HAMMER SOAP (Laundry) each Loraine costumes, very at less than FIFTY CENTS TO THE DOLLAR, we now offer at ian and French soldiers, v Ameri- RED SALMON, each pretty; the same big sensational reduction all of these fine coats, also our pres- cans and some German civilians, CAN SOUPS (extra good), each with long and scowling faces. ent stock. Coats that would have cost you last week; I just now hear that we leave for Luxemburg via Cbambley, RED SYRUP (Gallons), each to Berlin. I $30- $35. $27.50 $40. - -- $45. from there many monthssuppose KARO WHITE SYRUP (Gallons), each it will be before we return, the Seventh being a TO-DA- Y Regular division, perhaps will re- Nice Dress and Apron GINGHAMS, yard main indefinitely. While the war was on I just could not get m Ladies' and Men's KID GLOVES, pair the prophets. The French had LiSLdies an - pip will MT. VERNON, iiiglil COUNTY, K r aiMttpi MMttMMMMtali ESTABLISHFD J887 - ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1919 Ma NUMBER 16 HMMMMIMMMMWWi - F Cathedral was erected in 1609. On the outside, just Aboye the entrance, are statues of Some of the prophets. Peculiarly enough, and with characteristic Teuton-ism- , tinged with blasphemy, the Kaiser Wilhelm II hadset himself up as one of the prophets. There he was, looking uti, with his mustash turned up, as'one of put chains around his neck and Coats Regular Special Price Price 30 c 21c 25 c 18c 20 c 15c 11ic 30 c 07 c 12c 85 c 90 c 30 c 10c 241 c 05 c 20 c 08 c 75 c 80 c $12.22, $1 5.22, $18 .22 Bolivias, Veleour, velvets, Plush, Broadcloth, in Burgundy, Taupe, Black, Brown, Green and Blue. All sizes, in over fifty different styles. Absolutely the luckiest buy we ever made. You women that have been holding back expecting to buy Goats cheaper this month, have certainly made a LUCKY STRIKE. mind off of it, and felt like I should study; study all the time to make myself as efficient as possible. Will try and write oftener now, though we will still be very busy. Now I can safely ' $2.50 $1.50 DO NOT FAIL TO ATrEND THE GREATEST SELLING EYENTOF THE SEASON tell: I had Spanish Influenza very badly upon Ian ding.at port of debarkation and was in the hospital ten days. I am very proud indeed of being an American. Give my best love to all, and a Merry, Merry Christmas. Lovingly, THE BLUE at this W fc5.A.IJbLi,bv FRONT STORE, J? -- Just Opposite the Court House MT, VERNON, KY. coosrntimber Yaks. One- Lot To Oles at-$- 5r SuttonMcBee JAKE BETH less to eat, exper-ience-an- JptheNtrmeniofReek- castle and Southern Madison Counties Farmer Friends: year 1918 has gon&now The forever but it leaves great pleasure with me because of many wonderful things which has been done by you along agricultural lines. In completing my annual report, I find that Southern Madison County has a splendid, crop of corn and increased, her wheat acerage from 1162 acres' to 715. acres. Rockcastle, county has a good corn crop and. increased the wheat acreage from 875 to Southern Madison and 2500. Rockcastle has from 5000 to 7600 bushels of seed corn ready for next vears crop. 36 flocks of sheep have been started, 950 ewe lambs were kept in Rockcastle county for breeding purposes. There were hundreds of other things that I would like to speak of which I will bring to your attention later. I will not be able to make visits in the different sections of the counties this winter on account of teaching in Berea College. I am in charge of a short agricultural course in which we take up soils, arm crops, farm animals and farm management. I wish that many of you could take this short course this winter. I shall be ready to answer any cor tespondence and be glad to send bulletins and information to to any larmer who wishes it. I shall be in my office on Saturday afternqonfrom 245 until 4:00 o'clock. Always glad to have you call and discuss farm proo My Dear meeting: We shall see on exhibition, the products there and hear the best speeches on' the subjects otiJYe stock, sous, farm inaagement etc. I Hope that many farmers of SouthsrttJIndison, andKock- castlejCounties WjlL plan tobaat tuts meetingrr5K6rcnes of Farmers' Week will be found in the Citizen and the Signal from time to time. -- -- If you are your sons are interested in taking a course in agriculture this, winter come to Berea and we shall be glad to- - share with you in this course. I wish you a prosperous and moat profitable year 1919. army clothes, think URUM tire, cold or fewerand takes no shall even at its worst, Iwar picI. OPPORTUNITIES FOR stay in it. The all wet KENTUCKY FARMERS. danger. Now that it is all over tures are in a way greatly alike, WRITES INTERESTING LETFarmers of Kentucky have I would not go through it again, marching columns are the same; TER FROM FRANCE except on being ordered to, and reliefs go on and on, situations learned that limestone is one ot the most essential requirements Mill Rernbercourt, France, as a matter of duty. I wont ever arise and are met, and arise request to be in an attack again again, and though seemingly for improving soils, and the deNovember 28, I918. mand, has increased far beyond d alike, it is all too, I am glad of my But different, and I Dear Aunt Matt: proud that I was in the never tire of watching troops the supply. One solution of the Well, it's all over and how climax and in the battle at the march past on the road or wonlimestone problem is very glad we all are, and we The College of Agriculture have now the complete and ab- front when the armistice was dering, what is coming next. signed. We are all glad it is That element of wondering and will give demonstrations in grindsolute victory which was destined ing limestone with different types to be ours all the time. Nothing over, but up here at the front uncertainty is perhaps one of the there is little hilarity, everybody greatest reasons of the army's of home grinders on Thursday, less would have sufficed. It is January 30th, during Farmers' final. I was in the last battle of is solemn and thoughtful and full facinalion. Just now we are of pity for those who could not sitting here on the lines, as we Week. Also demonstrations of the war, right out in it, in the to fee the glorious day of held them on the nth, only different methods of spreading very front lines, and in front of live final victory, but they have not about seven miles from the nearlimestone will be given atthe the Hindenburg lino which we same time. The University has attacked in the afternoon of Nov. died in vain. In the back areas est fort of Metz, wondering if we issued an invitations to every 10th, at 4:30 hour (2:30 p. m.) It they are having a great time; are to go forword and , become a the flags are flying; they say part of the Army of Occupation, one interested. was awful. I have had my comMANURE. plete fill of war; and have seen the dark nights are all over and or go back and wait oar turn to past, the towns are all lighted go home. Rumor persistently mangled, battered and blood-spaThe, value of barnyard manure tered men; arms off, legs mashed up. but the closer you get to has it that we go to Luxemburg and the best means of taking care and crushed, beads split open-G- od, the front the less demonstration in three or four days. I took a of it and applying in are given the grewsomness and aw- - ; Frenchmen everywhere are em- - great trip to Germany the other too little attention by Kentucky bracing the Americans and joy day, that part of German Lx f ulness of it all is too much for farmers and the waste that re- tion. words, and thank God it is all fully exclaiming "You did it" raine that is now French. Bode I sults, on the average farm, would "Hurrah for les Americans". We over to Gorze on a bicycle, with over now. appal the farmer if he knew how For Infants and Children didn't do it all, but our help was the Chaplain, a .very interesting The second battalion of the great the waste is. In Use For Over 30 Years and grand town, beautiful church my old regiment, attacked the the final finishing blow. "Some of the 'small fellows Always bears Dr. Charles E. Thome, Direc-Hindeuburg line, and the Chief of Now that the war is oyer per- and very old; a fine old chateau, the tox of 4heXhk "Experiment Sta- - are not pleased at what this paper Signature of (jzAycLzkjhx m wm ww Staff let me go up to the front haps I can go back to towns and used "as German headquarters. tkm, has beeninvitedrto come to (the I. J.) has said about line and get into it. The ma- cities ana see something of tiome experience, this riding to tell our people the dore Roosevelt". The most chine gun bullets whizzed all France and French people. All Germany on a bicycle. -- 1 shall years in& man in tne course of the long-o- f NO GREAT ACT OF HEROISM of his twenty-fiv- e around us, the shells burst every- the villages- up this way, and, never forget arriving at the REQUIRED. experimental work with ma- - e life wil1 always have much to where, and I'll never forget the cities, are all shell torn, deserted, frontier and seeing the German tf some act of heroism was nures and. other fertilizers. Dr. learn; and the wisest and best picture of that advancing line of and partially destroyed. Some frontier markers. There on the The fellow necessary to protect a child mnch to improve. Thome' probably knows more infantry. The enemy put down are literally Diown to powder , side of the road was a large iron about farm manures,, their values who is always looking for mis-an- from croup, no mother would an awful barrage, Major Hunt and scarcely a vestage of them post about eight feet high, with lems. ffK on lhe Part of others is sure hesitate to protect her off springy other uses, than any other Occasionally French- a disc on Ltop, whereon was and myself were caught in it, the remain. The agricultural outlook fori man ur, tne united states. Jtiis w " .u0., u but when it is only necessary to shells hit all about us, throwing men are beginning to come back stamped the black Prussian eagle, i9i9 is; very piomismg. The he naturally 'brings more censure keep at hand a bottle of ChamledEtrm wik'be one of the feat dirt and jnud over us, and the now, txrsee what has become of and above the eagle was written wheat 'crop is?beteet- than- - fever SraaSvfKiS- - ffiVmora' "DJ2utr'"ftY- - upou uiiuseu ucrauoo us IS so berlain's Cough Remedy aud t give it as soon as the first inground would fairly shake arid their little homt? places during "Deutchess-Reicb- ". Went to has been teowi- -, tkift . Soft - critical of others. It is easy to dication of croup appears, rercirieUniversityKeiryears of. German" oc Metz a day or so ago. Metz, the. there tremble with convulsions attach these iour Stock is:r in AitSrrmAl criticise the man who carries re are many who neglect it. Chamu4ry 28tn.f6i &&? burst. But they did not hit us, cupancy. I have T)een all over repossession of which has been have more iSgSl&l sponsibilities when we have none berlain's Cough Remedy is with?aee' 'corzi though they did hitand mangle the region of St. Mihiel, our div- the dream of Frenchman for and carid iKAtiyiuj. of our own. Let us put ourselves in the reach of all and is prompt T .. .rv and kill many others, thedevils. ision relieving the 90th division, half a century In Metz were atw tQUge Mfe ymt ecttpii-anTheArnrtractor. is coming to in the other fellow's place, before and effectual. which took part in the drive of soldiers of all the don t fear machine grins like I I allies and on this ineaus f ibltt!' Wtill r have olav-lnonmcortantpart in being so free with our criticisms. Notice: To all who are owing . j i do shells. Nobody who has nev- Sept. l2th The 64th has been the public square you could hear some for sahfcF1.7 j; the workroiL the farm. .The Envy is almost, the only vice that me either accounts or notes. .v er seen it, or beea in it, can ever, on four different sectors on the French, German and English ail One of tn& big. events otL ftigh cost of: feed and - worK am impractical at all times and in You will please come in and setAnd front, and we have marched and being spoken at the Gsame time. SUtebf KeaticlfeiQiv iqiq undeastasd what it is. asl ak aid the large- amount, of every placeLthe only passion that tle samepayforam needing the money to 1 saw just a little bit of war, and countermarched all over this part The Cathedral was wonderful. be Farmers ti the goods tbat e idleness, of work ahl-- oan never lie CLuiet for want of ir State L y vou Jiave been using. I hope nobody but the poor ""infantry of France. I have had a little bit Grand music greeted our ears, College of Attica: mak;ss?-the tractor Ikr.more rltation; tSL.effects, therefore, are this will be warning enough withr !te f right in the front line ever of it all.: Of course, I hope we issuing: from a concealed pipe. Farmers .ouroe or powers on everywhere discoverable and its out any further notice. .c?5r?iw V4 'dt knows what war really is. He aay hive no more .war, but'we organ. I think it was-.trVtliffSTA rf attempts; always to be dreaded. ;. sweat. 28, and Respectfully, .e,w w., J., TVia ? r get. the worst of everything; vr know, andar-- I iik4he est Jonas McKenzis. .rt - Ar4CBlte oi the untvewitj 01 Mr? Rooeevelt might have done I weitftt iflt.ioMt home-grindin- t, Kentucky .is giving special ?Lt48ome very small and churlish tention to farm, tractors and has'thines since the war began with a of differ- - Germany, still Germany considers x entanaKes-wnic- n will be used !in .4.t-- ue was xl - greatest. enemy. buuii tneir demonstrations during Farmars' Jewel, the little daughter of Dr. Week at. the College, January W, E. McWilliams has entered 28th to 31st school here. W P. Rigsby, of Lincoln, was here Sunday. Eld. !$ .should prove intensely in-reresnng woe a Die 10 see tne a.- r. Young was, down fromMt. leading makes of tractors all to- Vernon, Tuesday, looking after gether and doing various classee some business matters. Prof E. A. Stranee received a message. of work; 'Monday that his sister was in a Yours very truly, dying condition at her home in Robert F. Spence, Columbia. He left at once for County Agent. bedside R.L. Smith, of Hiatt,was Berea. Kentucky in Stanford, Monday. Walter Robins returned to Harlan. SunState of Ohio, City of Toledo, day, where he is employed by Lucas County, ss. some coal company. Mr.andMrs. Frank J. Cheney makes oath D. R. Belcher, recently of Flat that he is senior partner of the Lick, Knox county, have moved firm of E. J. Cheney & Co., doing back here The Rev. A. J. Pike business in the city of Toledo, has flu, and at present there are County and State aforesaid, and about 'twenty five new cases in that said firm will pay the sum town. The Harmount Tie & of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Lumber Co., with H. 0. Wolf of for each and every case" of Winchester, Manager, is installCatarrh that cannot be cured ing another saw mill near town in bythe'useof HALL'S CATARRH an effort to manufacture the timMEDICI NK. ber bought from Frith Bros, Frank J. Cheney. about two years ago. J.W. ProcSworn to before me and sub- tor is clerking Tor R. H. Hamm scribed in my presence, this 6th since Chas. Brown has been ill day of. December, A. D. 1886. with flu. Eld. L. N. Bowling has A. W. Gleason, been called by the Christian Notary Public. (Seal) church at Goshen, Lincoln county, Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak and will preach there twice each en internally and acts through month durin 1919. Ray Craw tne .Blood on tne Mucous Sur- ford, who has been employed as faces of the System. Send for Assistant Agent for the L. & N. testimonials, free. ' here for the past three months, F. J. CHENEY &Co., Tole- has been called out as extra teledo, O. graph operator. Sold by all druggist, 75c. Hall's family pills for constipa.. 1?- xi vadl t e BR OD H EAD Theo-Kentuckyto CASTOR w -- " A --- know-resul- ts - d! tas I "c b5 -- ' 1 fMnf -- wa-wi'ltr- fei "SSTrt?- d re -- V ; ! - eefc-afth- -- . . - " musfc-IeYeHistenedn- mmpsamsmi V-- r -- Tjr -- X fr "S- -. 3t ,a : T"': 1 ttrtT-.frTr'3'- TWI" n"rf--t Mt. Vernp Signdl LWkt.TherS Should FitiDAY, Jan. 17, 1919 Miss Ola Debord 'has farming this year. Mrs Henry enter uu school at Berea. W. M. Todd was with her sis er, M rs. Mrs. Alice Davis, .Meece has moved from Poplar Eugene McWilliams at Bandy Mt. Vernon, Ky. $1.0 Dear Mrs. Davis: ONE VKAB SUBSCRIPTION Grove sbaclc to bis home :near Wednesday. To teach in the publics' schools here, an I Mrs.. Ted Meece has DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Advertising rates maae known on of Kentucky after the closing of moved in:$ihfeiiou'se he vacated. application Bear in mind that Chamberthis .session of school, a teach r M E. Bwjton'Jr, of Mt Vernon, must pass an examination n . Was fcee a. few days last week on lain's Tablets not ouly move the MEMBER OF Elementary Agriculture Thi bulltiesssses Kate DeboTd, bowels but improve the appetite KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION examination in agriculture vl! May Stegns and Essye Brown and strengthen the digestion given, in connection with be were Id "Mt. Vernon last week They contain no pepsin or other county examination ard having dental work done. -- Little digestive ferment but strengthen and enable it to ptr-forwill he conducted in the same Zelma O'neil- - has returned to the stomach its tu notions naturally. wf355!Btlsf manner. schooj' atiWttfVemon after spend Your very truly,. ing th'eIj&idavs at home. R. H. The fellow who is always look0 J. JoLy, Brown and; J.' S. Todd were in ing for free advertising never Asst. State Supt. Somerset Monday. Mr. and Mrs. gets very much of it. Judge John D. Carroll, of NewThe following sections of the Broyles, bfiiato, spent Sunday castle, has flung his hat into the ring for the democratic nomina 19I? scHool law' should be care with 'Mr, -- . and- Mr.". Mitchell expect-- j Cress V'TlMDress has been in tion for Governor," But the wood , fully read by every one"' ing:lO teach in 1919. poor health for some time. Miss ' he declared peckers laughed-wheN.Vaijb. (Acts .1918.) Examina-tion.Qi- n He against John Barleycorn After July 1, 1919, ro KSfcSttStf frankly admitted that he has not V, n 'shall be", authorized to always been thus. But. says he; pers' the war has convinced him that teach i the Common Schools ot except in the "cities booze is bad. It iwas an expen this S'-it&Qf aforetsii d, unless '.he- - shall have sive lesson and hard on the peo Kidney, troubles don't disappear or The housewife of Holland would althemselvcfC" 'They tfrow slowly but most as soon be without food as withfirst ja. sed an examination ple, but we rejoice that" he has at steadily,"' uri3ehlnlng health with Dutch Drops," as sh6 until you the State Board of Ex- deadly certainty, disease. fall a vic- out her "deal GOLD MEDAL. Haarlom last been converted, although it quaintly c3la tim to incurable Stop yowvtTQubles while there Is time. Oil Capsules. They cost the war to do it However, aminers, on the subject of Ele- Dorit waif liritll little pains become big and are responsible in restore strength a gTeat measure trifle with disease. To for the sturdy, robust health of th we are opposed to making any mentary Agriculture, and the aches. Don'tguttering begin treatment Hollanders. avoid future Capman the leader of a flork or a 1 w in regard to examination of with GOUD'&KDAI Haarlem Oil every Do not delay. Go to your druggist and or four now. Take you with teachers on other, subjects in this. sules until you arethree entirely free from lnsi&t on his supplying Capsules. GOLD day elder in the church on the day of Take MEDAL. Haarlem Oil pain. ; tf..i' you are n preparation has been them as directed, and if druggist not his conversion. As to this great Common Schcol course,- shall apTbis your will satisfied with results one of the national remedies of Holevil, the Judge and Ed , Morrow ply to the subject of. Elementary land for centuries. In 1696 the govern- gladly refuud your money.on Look for the dox a the name GOLD MEDAL ment cof the Netherlands granted are of one mind. They are both Agriculture. special icharter: authorizing Its prepara- and accept no Other. In sealed boxes, three' sizes. tion and sale. now prohibWonist-politicall- y. To : No 24c. (Acts 1918.) Enforce hear Ed Morrow woo an audience Teaching of. After July 1, rgl9, and now, yes, even now, chant the State Board of Education, the horrows of demon rum, you teachers and all .school. officers would think he never looked up- shall enforce the teaching of the M on the wine when it was red. subject of Elementary AgriculLittle would jou dream that fie ture in the same manner that Republican Convention which the teaching of other branches of nominated him in. pexfrigton in Ite.curriculum is., or .maybe en- his last race, according' to Judge ' V- '' O'Rear, Dr. Brunner and others, Exarmi No 24d.-- (Acts-I9l8"was owned and controlled body nation.- - -- Any pjfeison Holding a . and soul by the brewers and dis- certificate to teach need not be SJnnil tn rhtM tteen ............ n.omiM tillers". other branch examined on-a- uy Commemt mtiivm ittee 1.716.T K.OO01SJt TesrHsse. fabf to fancy Bnt why elect any candidate than Elementary Agriculture, Fat cow and halfwi reenlag ew aed bdfers who is just politically dry ?" Is it until the expiration of the certifiBulla, plain to' bMt '.G0812.M eeeee 6.T&U.1 rar to faocr eaJrc . not safer and wiser to held .by him. - v cate j. Weetera nare aleen the man who is known of t all men to be dry; atheart;,dry Courier Jou-etia- l Makes These newspaper Quotations from years of total abstinence ' represent3 liye cattle prices in ; Peace r Plans and who has boldly declared his i;, Chicago on December 30th, 1918. honest conviction against liquor Conference, " 7 many years before the war was list shows price ranges ever thought of'or the Lexington I An out bf the ordinary exam nine general classified groups Convention was ever held ? So pie of newspaper enterprise is with a spread Sf $13.85 per here it is to James D. Black, be being shown by the Louisville $6.50 and the the lowest cause we know he is sincerely Courier Journal- - in "the display highest at $20.35. dry. He is not dry for this cam- advertising announcement appearpaign only, but has ever been ing elsewhere' in this-issu- e The Wny this variation in price? and ever will be dry. As Gov- purpose of this advertisement is ernor he will be the very embodi- to acquaint the people of Ken Because the meat from differ- -i . ment of that principle. His daily tucky and the Louisville territory "ent animals varies greatly in acts and wordsfwill be in keeping with the foreign news service of .'quality and weight therewith. No one need doubt the paper. his sincerity, for it is his belief, With the signing of the armis-t'ceMn , Although the practice .and teaching since boy'shown are in nine divisions, November the Courier--J We have weighed his hood. Swift & Company grades cattle mrnal. began extensive prepar m splendid qualifications; we know atioris for covering the Peace into 34 general classes, and each his honesty, bis-- - uprightness and Conference tc follow by sending , class into variety of weights his high ideas of push and pro- Arthur B. Krock, Editorial --, -- Published every Friday EDGAR S. ALBRlO.7. an N .2-- - KnOWr t- ' " ." ; at "X f rrauKiuri, ivy. T .3fU i. ' ouu. iju, lyiy Brown . - -j Trt-C- itiiersr this ;week. .Miss has .returned from Tennessee i wa !! J Georgia;, gentry, 01 w.maiiia, is where he has been "at work-- for :Vjl--U- t .i xt some time. He says he. will try n.r x mrs T? A. b"iv:" -m 1 frr""'1''1 TiririhTiriTWi.iHi n t - jj-- . Sallye Price has entered school at Mt. Verncn. Mr. J; T. Vanhook how m:xtoh Germany Must Pay? Horror inf Ucted upon the world. 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"Si ,The at cwt October de twiced. Dear Old Fat Head: As I have nothirg to do, and wish to do it, I tout I would took pen and bottle of ink in mine handt and typewrite you a few ladders, blease excuse dis lead pensil. We are all well ad present, except my brudder; he was kicked n quotations in the surburbans last night by a mule de mule is not expected to live. Your rich aunty who died ftom palpitation of the heart when you was heie is still deadt and doing nicely. Hope dis will find you the same. After she dietd dey found fifteen thousand dol lars sewed ud in an old bussell that she left behindt. so you are no longer a poor man, but a dutchman. Your brudder will went to work diss morning; de job will He wants an educated to Paris, from bless him in that which city he is now sending d ambition ! He openly declares daily cables exclusively to the for a sober state and a dry Cjurigr-JournaAlready the nation. Courier-Journ- al had arranged Now let the advocates.of our with the' New York' Times for its Jim Black shake the bushes, complete foreign cable and wirehis virtures and proceed to less "s'ervice bv special wire from nominate him, which will' bfi- - New York each night, in addi, equivalent to his election in tion to receiving the full leased wire and cable service day and night, of the Associated Press While our Nation was in active No other daily newspaper in waifare, we were declaring that our soldiers were the best soldiers this territory has shown such enin the world; that ,they would terprise and aggressiveness in win the war and be. back home the effort to give its readers right away. We further said complete, accurate and up tothe-minu- te reports of the great that we would back them with -making Paris Peace Conferour last dollar. They made ence, which during the next good. We backed them sufficiently to enable them to save the three months is expected to de termine the price Gerrnany. Aus honor of the Nation. They are now coming home. tria, Bulgaria and Turkey must pay-fothe more than lour years As soldiers we praised thm and of frightfulness and destruction supported them. Now when they have returned to private brought on the world The Courier-Journ- al, in the adlife, they need an equal showing vertisement referred to.an pounces and a chance to make good in a special trial subthe line of work for which they scription during the Peace Con:. are best qualified. ference period, giving every Of those who answered the Na for the people of thjs tion's call from Rockcastle, the territory to become fully - in majority were farmers. As cJiti- -' formed upon the deliberations zens who aided them : duripg-.tbe- , in' Pans, when dt theT" war, it is now our duty to n they begin to fix the terms the- courage them and help them- to Allies shall demand of their again take their rightful places foes. in private life. There should be started some movement torage every boy who Mt the There will be services at farm, to return to the agriculWith their exper friendship Sunday at n o'clock tural pursuit. lences over seas and in canton- conducted by Kev. D.R.Gentry. ments, they are better qualified Charley BrowrJ is confined to Ins to make successful farmers. room with la grippe. Mr, "'ind There should be some steps Mrs. W. E. Anderson and 'child, taken to see that all 'who so de- renspent last Sunday with Mr. . G.'Isaacs at Elgin-J- ack sire may engage in farming for a'nd Mrsf.-HDebord has returned, from a the coming year. Kfcntucky,-Gol. pro--clair- n history- gress. - !, ' and qualities. a. ; J.' f :"r! As a rttult of these differences in cattle prices (due to differences in weights mod msat qualities), there is a v range of 15 cents in. Swift & Com- '.pany's . selling prices of beef car- . I f These facts explain: ' : 0 1 Why retail prices vary in different stores. ; would-b- e v f 2 Why it beef. regulate prices of cattle or difficult to iV 1 3 Why it requires experts to judge cattle anil to sell meat, so as to yield the profit of only a fractioh of a cent a. pound a profit too small to affect prices. : ft r Swift & Company.U.S.Ae last about six months, bnt mighi get out sooner on good behavior Business has been dull since the saloon you wife was took to business. Your de insanity asylum yesterday-sh- e was crazy to' see you I saw your little boy this mo.rn ning for the. first time. 1 think he looks just like you. but he is alright otherwise, so I would not worry about dat if I wass you. I am sending you by Adams' Express your overcoat, as day charge so much a pound to send it, I cut off de buttons. Hoping this will prove satisfaction You will find 'de buttons in de inside lefted-especially for these woundedd heroes.. If THE SCAR BKARERS.. Hundreds of American soldiers the neetl mdicai attention after from Privates all the way up the their return they will get it If they need special training to tit line to General Pershing will rethem for such work only as their turn from France decorated tor condition will permit them to do conspicuous bravery. they will get that training. What Some will wear the Distinguish- ever assistance is necessary they ed Service Medal, some the Croix I will have. de Guerre. Some will be awarded - And Uncle Sam will bear the the Victoria Cross. exp;nse. gladly, gratefully; for Everyone of, them will have his obligation is one that can never done some valorous ded of ag. be adequately met. gression or rescue. All of us must remember this But there will be some ko odd in connection with the next thousand who came out of the more or less disfigured who"erty Ioan- - Not al1 of the money will go for material needs, for mav wear no ribbons. peace enforcement or for the TVncA n a nir; onntm it ;i. iinr nic ls .r ' iiii !score3 of other demands the gov- wounded. ernmental plans will precipitate. Not one of them but faced death Much of it will be devoted: -- to in all the many guises that Ger man ingenuity of the most de-- ' makinS payment for the services vilish liind could contrive. But 'of those who did their best to Fa theirs was onlv the ordinarv the Price of world freedom. v For them too much cannot be chance of war. Theirs the misfortune of being struck down be- doue. fore they had their chance. Some will not be permanently disabled. But thousands will be. DR. WALTER And everyone that is, everyone I lib-fig- ht -- I 1 Ur.-tMH1 - that tooK his chance over there i must have his chance once more over here. Uncle Sam has worked put an . elaborate plan of rehabilitation VwvK ffl MT. aroc.v. i&& ar-ij fev. Dentist lA "Awi-h- - jy Baker's Stors KENTUCKY U. G. VERNON, pocket. M- - three-month- op-portuc- ity " - con-quer- ed PERUNA MEDICINE SaaSawa and Uaaale to fcealtfc wun i mimirmT nam vinwihi. was .n hwi ana was ttnable mto rrj regular werlc. A bt ixnroended Paruaa. and H surer that it would Mr. GMfe AtWs V streaa-tk-. I sooh found Stationary ' Flreaiaa and Xesaber ghC I atafl Betting better and In United Workaaen, US A 8tk Ave,r Topeka, Kansas. V : A WONDERFUL - en-co- n LEVEL GREEN IM MMsed to TtmmmtmM Tammm as It waa beneQclal In Wozk , TaVRaltM tka i I got a pretty good wife. She is from Milo, but I think I could have got a better one at Westerville, as they 'have a larger stock to select rom. As dis is all I got "to say, I will klose my face and expect you to do the same. Hoping dis h you before you get it; you will a'nswer before and that dat, Iremain your confectionery second to de last con sin. married last week. will-reac- I almost forgot to tell'vou I got AT BROWN'S MoreShoes PLENTY OF FRESH MeatsGroceries AND EVERY ONE KNOWS ., THE QUALITY ' EVERY ONE KNOWS MM my 'jIiHnaiume aad remSWStlxor duties ith trepwtk. It certaiimrtfs a wonderful medlclme to Vitalise the system." . Fe Sale KTerywkere doubt of his faith In Peruna. His. letter opDoait leaves little " TaMet - OTTO MOBILE. P. S. Incase pou do not get! this letter, write me and let me Ipiow and"! will sendt it to you a onced. . ON BROWN .main ST." Upld T. s C'j rt ot jiUS i . h- - . rJ - - 'lit ' S : Jiil Zi?? v. SS: : .L V -- i a -- iAUMibHtiiri40i i -v ii i r "if- - .' in " ' Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Jin. i 7, 1919 '" u. r.i w. n s - ) vIC- mrftnTr rn rinrTlMBwmri .. ... si. - XtXT9-f:syz- -. - fHtf frWrMrr . . jjrrrv-rTffTy- c 79 ap '"No. jo" wcioq wattt toCommunl 7& SIQNAL oae' with Louisville A. Nashvillc R. R.Co. I 22 24 23 south TIME TABLE. 4.57 p m nortn 3:35 am north 12:35 pm 2i South Phone No. 8. 12:45 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. ! Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potoce as Bccond'Class mail matter. PERSONAL Arthur Coopsr has mumps. Miss Sidney Crawtord has flu. Mrs. Alice Davis is in Louisville shopping. Mrs. C. H. White has beer, sick for the past week. Miss Edna Davis is reported very sick this morning. Mrs. August Kreuger is very I sick with pWumonia. Little Ardeth Wallen has been very sick during the week. Lucille Albright was one of the number sick during the week. Miss Byrd Jones is reported very sick at Langdon School. A. W. Stewart was over fiom Madison during the week on bus iness. Miss Risse Williams expects to so to Florida soon for several weeks stay. Mrs. Fanny Rowe aud niece, Gertrude Baker are with friends in Louisville. Mrs W.J. Sparks and daughters expect to go to Loui-villsoon to spend the rest of the winter. A postal from J. J. Painter says he is back from Pueblo,Cola, and left his sister, Mrs. Jarrett, very much improved in health. Roscoe Norton has sent home a German helmet . from the French battlefiel and it is now on aisplay in Fish's corner wine dow. Master Robert Sparks who suffered a baoken rib while coasting last week, is able to be back in t school. Walter Henderson has bought the dray outflt from John Ren-ne- r and is now on the job de livering goods. Gentry has retu rned Mrs. Ohio, where she has been from with relatives since the death ol her mother in November. James Dalton was one of the Cyclone or 38th Division 138th Mes-bac F. A. which returned from over- ba turned the hair on my.bjSadi .SOKfi HEADS S.OLDIERS MEMORIAL pretty.-whit- e what.little thweTis FUND. "Mt. ' Vernon and Rockcastle (left, but-thejSfmo.hair- - onthe wn other I it's to vrear etit at Fish's. Sometime since the suggestion: County my heaftiLthe place, where was made that a fund-- be started h&V'e their" '"sore top ol " New line of l'adcy Collars and for the purpose of erecting"a suit heads" who are" agairai ' every the --wool oughtto ge good. Shirts at Fish's. I able monument'in honor of those thing at home and see no good able have been'iaking your valupaper think, 20 Nathan Mullins, of the Climax boys from Rockcastle who have in anything except it is in some years I takeI because about old I like section raised l acres tobacco given their lives for the freedom other places. When the first Kockcastle and her: people and and sold it in Richmond last of the world. No matter whether bank was organized there were like to hear from them occasweek at "Bn average of 50c per the boy died on the battle field those who '.fought it, saying that ionally. I will still continue-tyou who are from pound. or in a cantonement, he is as a bank could not live in Rockcas-ti- e. take it as long as I can get the dollar. the '' Now we have four good The meeting conducted by Eld. much a hero and gave just as H. W:M. Will you accept the " " plea or the J. W. Riddle, at Cove, closed last much for his country. In honor bank. When the Mt. Vernon A mass, meeting was held at "can't -- tell the difference" argument, after what Sunday night with four added to of those boys a suitable tablet Power Co., was organized, there the Court House Monday night you've learned from your Uncle Sam? the church, two by relation and should .and will be erected in were those who said that in less to consider water works for Mt. Rockcas'-le- . When the sugges- than two years, the concern two by baptism. you've seen "almost" food, guns, coats, leggings tion was made some weeks ago, would be in the hands of a re- Vernon. Another meeting will NOTICE. turned completely down by a cold Q, M. becausethey the first man to respond was ceiver and threw every stumb- be held tonight. We ,do 'not know what can Qr will be done, didn't measure up to the REAL. To the taxpayers of the town big hearted Jim Maret, whose ling block possible in the way of but lefrus urge jevery one to atof Mt. Vernon and the Graded name heads the list of contribuYou wouldn't be satisfied with a gun that wouldn't the progress of the company. tend the meeting. We need the School District. All taxes not tors. The campaign is on if you shoot straight. You wouldn't accept bacon almost Now, some of that same" bunch, water snd the health of town paid by Feb. 1, will be levied want to have a part in this laudafit to eat. are never losing an opportunity demands the sew.erage the for. ble undertaking send your do- to give the Stock Pens a black Are you one bit more willing, now, to don P. D. DeBord, Marshal. nation to F. E. Miller, Cashier. i eye, yet those people will tcOJneir . ... TO TH5. DYSPEPTIC.. civilian clothes again that will wear "alWould you,not li&e to leel that Man pa.t 30" with horse and Peoples Bank, who is treasurer sorrow, find that the 'stock pens most" as well as Fish's. buggy to sell Stock Condition and the following week your will -- succeed. People jvho do ydbr stomach troubles, are oyer, Powder in Rockcastle County, name will apper inthe Signal. Jhgse thingf are...; 'sore ' heads", f hat you can eat any kind of fpod We hope to sell you new clothes on the crave?- Considerhen Salary $9o per month Address Don't think that $1 00 is all you selfish, afraid some one else will that'vou'that Chamberlain's" Tabthe fact same army .basis you have learned to 424 South Meridian St , Indian- can give from the fact that the make a dollar andcare nothing lets have cured others wnyThot follow, that the best is none too good. subscriptions shown here are for about how others, fare, so "me you. There are many who have apolis, Indiana. only $l 00 each. The fact of the and mine" land safely at shore. been Restored to health Fish's clothes cost no more than hundreds Henry Lee Philbeck, son of matter is neaily every contribu-- j The fellow who is not willing to these tablets and can nowjeat of garments that you and we and the men Tom Philbeck, and Miss Candice tor here shown, expects to make' h'elp.can stav .out but he should any kind of food that they criive. who sell them know would be be rejected Filmore his subscription several times njt-.trMorris, daughter of to discourage those who if offered to the Q. M. C. Morris, were married yssterday that amount before the required have a broader vision of "life. aby Judge Mullins in his office. amount " is raised. Please note J,! t ! They are popular young people the progress each week and if . Mr.'W. M. Hayes." of Befea, in A Swann Hat, and other good of the Red Hill section and have you 'want to do just a little for remitting for his paper adds the furnishings to match the Hat who extend those boys who gave their lives following lines, which we apprea hoit of friends ciate very much,- - knowing the congratulations.' and Clothes, completes the forxyou and me then send your spirit that prompts it and the civilian uniform. ENTERTAINMENT AT ' donation at once. The list of f act "that we .appreciate the-reSCHOOL CHAPEL. contributors to date are:.- - GRADED friendship of a man like Mr. Jas. Maret $i.oof M' J. Miller A program of Readings, Music, COME IN AND TRY ON!SOME NEW CLOTHES Hays. He says: . ri. and Tableaux will be given 1. 00; Floyd Miller Loo; C. A. under the auspices of the Will- - Davis; W. G. McBee 1.00; DiVkEind enclosed- check $200 for gpich.-pleBsgive me credit. I Goodwin's Preserves E"-S'Albright Workers, at the Graded School think this puts me up to Oct. 12, Strawberry, Peach, etc; chapel Friday evening, January 1. 00; Joe B. McKenzie 1.00; S. E. Sheets 1.00; C. C. Davis 1.00; Dr. 1919 Excuse me for not remit at 7:30. Admisper lb 1 M. Pennington Loo; J. M. Craig ting sooner, I have been somesion 25 and 15 cents. what negligent. 1 like to read 1 The parents of some of the 00; FL. Durham 1.00. your paper in order to hear from Total $13.00. Beauty Coffee young bloods 8 9" 10 years old, my old friends and neighbors. g Fish's have 'just .recieved a I like vou as a- - man all -- but your 35c value would make no mistake in . the conduct ofsome of big lot of overalls for the boys. political part, I dont like that a those boys. There are things .Curt Jett, recently paroled d .bit and guess. you dbnt being done, people being annoyed from the penitentiary, was mar- like mine; any better than do I Goodwin's Apple BETWEEN THE BANKS THE CASH STORE by some of that age, that the par- ried Tuesday evening at the Lex yours." But that is all right any- ents would not iudorse if they ington court house, by the Justice ;way. ."lam getting too old Xo " only knew it. of the Peace, Chas... M. Parish. qAirifrel about politics but I cant 20 lb. Stone Jar, for Joe M. Norton has a letter from Curt Jett gave his age as 43, pro- help but think I am right I am For Sals One Iron Gray Jack, DuROc: I have just purchased years old the 18th his son Egbert, stating Jie was fession, minister of the gospel. sey,enty-thre- e no better breeder in the state and a registered Duroc boar, now Fee 50 cts, Dora- Inst. The, frost of .7 His bride gaMeihec-uameas- fa- - sure foal getter, 7 years old. ready fcr service. enriute.from. Yancouer, Washwinters turning in. ington to Camp Taylor to be Bollock Atkins? 43jears old. She For further particulars see M. J. due at time of AT. the widow of James Atkins, Jas. Winstead, mustered out and became ill at is Bethurum, Mt.Vercon, Ky. Wabd, Ky. Jan. i74t Cheyenne, Wyoming. The Red who was "formerly a fireman at Jan i7-Cross took him off the rain to the Phoenix Hotel, and the a hospital and are taking the daughter of A. F. Bullock and Re-- . formerly of best of care of him. He thinks becca Bullock,said she knew Wolf ) county. It is FOR FLETCHER'S ill Jett fffH FLETCHER'S a AS the trouble is the flu.-for many years. Jett will enter is Asburv Reports from Pine Hill indi- for the College, Jan. 1, to study ministry. Jessamine cate that the big works there are Journal. not so dead after all Preparations are being make for a try out on fertilizer and if, the "experiment proves successful, what was once & the Kentucky Portland Cement Men and women, ages t5 to 45, who & Coal Co., will be turned into have finished eighth grade or ita equiva lent, are wanted, from each county, for a fertilizer plant, and. the capaci Dusiness positions paying- up to 3X25 a. Wv ty will be sufficient to make it Experience NOT necessary. & H MILES EAST OF ORLANDO We trafn one ot the largest in the country. you. Man this r LOCAL Hke-very-re ;ana--county -- Men! -- o returning war: just-as-good- -- '- - by-taki- ng y :t::t:jj !!!!! -- al - CASH GROCERY STORE Diinti'S 221 Brown -. e 24th-beginni- ng inves-tigation- 3 Lbs. for 85 c Butter s-- n -- - $4.00 Drummo nd's FOR FRESH LI VI NGSTON SEE 4t urocenes Children Cry CASTOR! A Ohlidren Ot& $125 MONTH For Men Women '- BILLY ROUTT JUST NOW CALLED seas about two weeks ago. Mrs. Frank Moore wife of the minister, is spending a few days with Mrs. S. C. Franklin, while Dr. Moore is away on business. Mrs Nannie Owens, wife ot Atty. J. A. Owens, was visiting her daughter. Mrs. Fred Owens, in Somerset first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Gleason, of Hamilton, Ohio are visiting Mrs. Gleason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rickels and other relatives here. -- Hon Nat ti. Sewell has been appointed a member of the Work- mens compensation Board to fill out the unexpired term of Judge S W. Hager, deceased.Mr. Sewell has made a splendid record as State Inspector and the appointment given here is a rec ognition of bis faithful and effici ent service. His new position Pys $3500. As Inspector he drew $3ooo. Work actually began on the Stock Pens, Monday. S. T. Proctor is in charge and with the splendid corps of helpers, a big showing was made in the four lays' work. We are very opti rnistic as to the future of the Rockcastle Stock'Pens and we be lieve there are many others who feel just as we do. It is a business proposition : for and business man alike, and a little boosting righ at this time means much to that enterprise. the-farm- er - COUPON (k Cwkskug Rid ORAUGHON'S.Nashville.Tenn.Box K 117 Send particulars of your proposition. if- (Name) (Address) BRING YOUR - Country- Produce Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 Arthur Brown, Lonnie Brown and family motored thru from Connersville, Ind., and spent the holidays with their mother, Mrs, Frankie Brown near Wildie. ' Mrs. W. F. McClellan returned and said he had a car of the best Flour en route' to Mt. Vernon JMn wood barrels $" 2 00 in bags $1.50 -- BIL L,Y RIDER 25 - !b Bag Mea! to her home in Chicago Tuesday. She was accompaniea as far as Louisville by her mother, Mrs. Francis, who went to the city to have her glasses changed. F. F Robbins, of the Copper The Kind You Have Always Bought; and which has been in use for over - thirty years, the signature of - and' has been made under his per- -scnal sttPervision since its infancy. Mow n0 one t0 deceive you in this. All .Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are th"at: trifle with and' endanger the healthl of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment has'-borne 0. 0 B s $1.00 0 fJj&4ffittfa 9"irji -- Just-as-go- od -- . The stockholders of the Bank Creek section, was in town Saturof Mt. .Vernon met .Wednesday day attending the meeting of the Rockcastle Stock Pens. Frank and held their annual election of !squite a stock dealer and is very officers. The following directors enthusiastic about the future of were" elected. C. C. Williams, W. L. Richards,' T. I. Niceley, J that enterprise. M. Craig and Geo. S. Griffin. Rev. George Childress was in The directors then met and se from Disputanta yesterday and lected the same officers. T. J. reported a number of cases of Niceley, Pres., G. S. Griffin, Vice-Presmallpox in the Scaffold Cane W. L- - Richards Cashier section and said that the flu was and Victor C. Tate Assistant. worse along Brush Creek than at The Bank of Mt. Vernon like any- - previous time. many other institutions, of its Mr. George Jeter, a broth er of kind and class, had a most pros Mrs. Mollie Durham who was parous year. They made over around Brodhead for some length $3000. Of this $ 1 200 or 8 per cent of time about fiftaen years ago, was paid out in dividends and but has been in the West since, the remainder about $1800 was arrived here last week 'and will left to undivided profits. Nothsurplus, as the be here the rest of the winter ing was pkced-ts, o c Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor" other narcotic substance. Its ge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years, .'it has ' 1een in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flttulecy. Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FeverishneM'arisiar therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach, and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and mature! tltei. fllis Children's . -Psjatxet--XheJCothsfiFriea- What is CASTOR I A Car Corn, Chops, Cotton Seed Meal, Ship Stuff, Big White Oats7 Hay and Heavy Groceries. WHEN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES YOU DON'T GET QUALITY Now.wKen you come to town and don't fird Billy Routt - d. on GENUINE CASTORIA k Rockcastle Hotel comer, just aff at the Hotel office for Billy Rider and-he ALWAYS wait on you Bear the Signature YOURS pOR BUSINESS ' 4t"aB In Use For 0v Th Kind' You Hay . with his sister. bank already has $7ooo surplus. ' aHaHBHaHaHaHaBaKavKavBjKaBHavKaHBBHBBaajHBHBjBMMBBaHaBjia. - lefe Always Bought 30 . , m , pvLBB. THienTAUwctMAiv.'ivaiiKarrvF w .v . ft 1 RIDER it-tlMJ( " 1 i .? T. VI "M V raamnfp Bytffirri . kVIIMiHriMHHMMMHMMBiGSMHBMB ,t H AW Pi 3C0P (I THE first move Is Think made when saving begins. It will educate you financially by de- r veloping traits tnat will insure success, comfort and happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. Bank of Mt. Vernon BEREA AFTER WAR -- James Di.in and family spent Saturday niht and Sunday with his mother, near HopeV'ell. The live mouths old babv ,df Mr. and Mrs J. H. Rowe is very sicic. MibS Martha Kirky was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. .ex. Barror, Mondiv ' Neal McFer.ron and amily spent Saturday and Sur dav with Mr. and Mrs. W,M- - Bar- ron J S. Rowe, the 'hustling merchant, of near this place, is doing a good business.' Mrs W. oF the Long Branch , VI. Kirby, 'section, visited her brother, S.M. Mrs. E$gan Mc , liow1, Sunday. j Kinney and Mrs. Andrpw Mci Kinney are much belter this week. - Miss Rissie McKinney i was the guest of Miss L'aellaKin cer, hst Tuesday. W H, Graves, of Livingston, is here on bus--ris this week. Misses Martha and Fannie Kirby were the guests of Mrs. W. M. Bullock, baturdav evening. Mrs. James Bullock, of LeVel Green, spent last week with Misses Mrs W. A. McKinnev. "Fannie Kyrby are Martha and knitting for the soldiers. They have knit twelve pair of socks Little Miss and ten sweaters Ruth Cummins is with her sister, Mrs Nellie Bullock.- - Mrs D. B. Barron remains very sick. Mrs. W. H Renner and children spent last Friday with Mrs. Nora McKinney. 0 I J e Sale STOfcD Sheriff's of my for Taxes I, or one deputies f. ' V will on Monday Feb. 3rd, i9l9, being the first day of the Rockcastle-Circui- t STATEMENT of the CONDITION of (fie Court, between the bours of 9 o'clock a. m , and 4 o'clock p. m , at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon, Ky.. offer for sale to the highest bidder the following tracts of land to satisfy the tax due the County and State. . PEOPLES BAN K OF MT. VERNON, KY. At the Close Of Business December 3 J, 1918 R This Jan Tip Langford, 3. R. C. 10-19- 19. ESOU RCES! 1 Precinct No. 1 Tax & cost Coyle Heirs, 100 ocres .land VanWinkle, J L, 50 acres land Precinct No. 2 n $2 37 10 33 Tax & cost 3 7J 5 13 12 06. Gentry, J E, 1 acre land Green, Annie, 35 acres land Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot Patterson, MrsJ C, 1 towD lot, ... . Loans $1 26,5034 1 . Due from Banks 28,97240 . Cash on hand 6,482.33 Overdrafts 1,63436 Banking House, F and R 6,00000 . Other Real Estate 438.42 Program FOR ?. years 1917 and 1918 acre land Reynolds, Ott, Thompson.. A h, 26 acres land Wlntaker,Mary E, i acre land ' Precinct No. 3 Tax Arther, A, 1 town lot Conn, Ann, 8 acres land Dooley, W I, 40 acres land Ely, OJ,l acre land Herrington, J W, 87'acres land Howard, Mat, 33 acres land Kid well, L E, 75 acres land Martin, Malissie, 40 acres land Owens, Don, 60 acres land Parsons, G G, 6 acres land Phillips, Charles, 11 acres land Pullins, Dave, 83 acres land Wilson, John, 150 acres land Wilson, Johnie, 28 acres land Wynn, Mrs , 30 acres land Precinct No. 4 38 11 7 17 7 20 4 74 $170,03092 & cost $9 48 2 71 19 81 3 98 5 15 13 97 14 62 21 11 5 15 5 14 5 14 3 07 7 89 5 10 21 67 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Undivided Profits . Deposits $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 Commissioner's Sale FRIDAY COURIER-JOURNA- L RETURNING SOLDIERS AND OTHERS commerce, industry, and social The flower of the manhood of America which rallied to the . defense of our great-natiois now returning home to follow the ordinary pursuits of peace. These With its fixed high prin- - returning soldiers cipies ana iaea s, maKes th their enlarged this warning call to every ambitious young man and vision of life will in the great moun- - nrally become the lead-tairegion. Berea has ers of their communi-beeonehundred per cent ties, and to do justice patriotic through the war 1 0 themsfil VP.S a n A contriouung more man 1 oue thousand students their p e o p o they m u 8 1 be thoroughly and twenty faculty mem$ bers to the service and prepared, now it ts ready to enlarge and intensify its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in the Foundation, Vocational, Academy.Norraal & Col ege Departments. Berea recognizes that there are splendid people . in the mountains that cannot get 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 The World Conflict of Arms Is Over- thjitof - V Q reform is just beginning. Sri &unr Jfe n lriy 7"V, . -- V 3 College BEREA " nat-woma- n n n " Sh! What would' happen to me if I were your kid? Vell, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Baking3 you don't know whet a good excuse I have. J Can't Help Helping Myself they're so Csod! Good for me too, because Calumet Bakings are yrhoksorae and easi! digested. Millions of mothers tise Rockcastle Circuit Court. Tax & cost 4 11 Missouri Ramsey, Admrx, ChaBteen, John H, 25 acres land 3 98 Plaintiff, Hazzelwood, Ed,, 25 acres land 7 07 Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land vs : 14 20 W. C. Kirby, Linville Heirs, 60 acres land Defendant, Lunceford, Tudge, 18 acres land 4 30 and : Commissioner's Sale Precinct No. 5 BAtiK of Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff, Tax & cost vs : Owens, Mattie, 30 acres land 3 5 12 Ramsey, Missouri Precinct No. 6 Defendants. Admrx, &c, Tax & cost By virtue of a judgment and $5 03 acres land Laswell, W E, Robinson, G G, 4 21 order of the Rockcastle Circuit acres land Precinct No. 7 Court, lendefed at the April Tax & cost Term, 1918, thereof, in the above Begley, Lloyd, acres laud $10 65 cause I shall proceed to offer for acres land Cotton, Lizzie, 2 44 sale at the" court house door in Hughes, Mrs Carrie, town lot 5 18 Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 24 96 Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest Wolf, Ed, 4 24 and best bidder, at public auction, acres land ADen, Phil T, acres land 26 80 on Monday, February 3, 1919, betown lot 4 53 ing the first day of the regular Willmott,R,T, Precinct No. 8 Circuit Court for said county, be Tax & cost Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land $ 3 96 Bradley, J H, 50 acres land 4 11 5 20 Renner, M F, 30 acres land Roberts, J B, 65 acres land 6 99 Sears, P O, 25 acres land 4 08 Sears. Charlie. 30 acres land 4 03 Taylor, J A, 25 acres land 3 28 9; Precinct No. Tax & cost Gibbons, N T, 80 acres land $1100 Howard. Delia, $0 acres land 4 45 Long, Sheva, 47 acres land 11 50 McWilliams, W E, 5 acres land 6 45 Reynolds, C J, 75 acres land 6 58 Stephens, Tom, 40 acres land 3 97 Towery, Lula, 3 acres laud Precinct No. 10. Tax & cost Clark, A M. 12 acres land $10 36 Duvall Heirs, 2 38 land Hicks, I J, 30 acres land 4 57 9 06 Howard, Bettie, 88 acres land 6 72 Johnson, G M, 1 town lot Metcalf, Charlie, 50 acres land 14 99 Ross, L D, 86 acres land 6 47 Spoonamore, S J, 7 acres land 5 16, Thompson, Joe, 3 16 acres land Precinct No. 11. 100-acre- s CHERRY INDORSED BY HIS HOME PEOPLE Great Assembly Cheer the Noted Educator and Adopt Stirring Resolutions Endorsing His Candidacy for Governor. A great mass meeting was held at Bowline Green on Saturday, December 2Sth, to endorse the candidacy of Dr. H. H. Cherry for tho Democratic nomination for Governor. It was an enthusiastic meeting-- and one which showed that the people of his native county, amons whom he has lived and worked all his life, appreciate bis qualities of life and leadership. , tween the hours of 9 o'clock a ra. and 4 o'clock p. m , upon a credit of six months, the following de B&ECEtiG powder because tecauseof its purity 11 it always gives best results and is economical ia cost and usp." Calumet contain only such ingredients as have been proved officially by the U. o. Food Authorities. You save when you buy It. You eavo when you use It. apJ scribed property: Oup house and lot located in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake in a line between S.B.Ramsey and J.W.Parsons; thence with the Mt Vernon-CraOrchard public road 200 ft ; thence South 300 ft. to line of R B. Mullins; thence b year closes. KGHESTjsx 2S8S5S East 208 ft. to a line of T.W. Par sons; thence with Parsons line to place of beginning. J Dr. II. IX. CHERRY, Bowline Green. fellow-townsman The Winter Term, which begins January ist. and the Spring Term, which begins March 28th The cost of the Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is 40. For the Spring Term, $37. For full informaliion and Marshall Becretnry College E.Vaughn BEREA, KENTUCKY advice, write to iigiyi THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. A E.NOS SPKNCEH. rreiMent CIIAS. G. IIAH1US. Vice Pmldeat It. U. LIND3EY, Secretary Anglin, 1) M, 30 acres land Bowman, Luther, 100 acres Precinct No. 12. Jackson, Charles, Tax & cosi 6 50 8 30 iaud Tax & cost $ 8 54 3 28 7 20 4 34 Or sufficieat thereof to produce the sum of $368.26, with legal in terest from the nth day of May, 1918, until paid and ihe cost of this action. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S Griffin. Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court. certain preparation, he forms a Rockcastle Cement & Lime Co, A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING good opinion of it and when in acres ltfnd 554 80 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postoffice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY need ot such a medicine is al rNo. 13. Precinct Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service most Tax & cost certain to use it himself and positions. All who desire to qualify for either,, dr both lines of Dooley. Pjftt, 5 acres land $ 3 41 in his family. This is why so employment should write for full information at once. 4 65 many druggists use and recom Harrison, Wm, 8 acres land Todd, Harrison, 129 acres land 42 52 mend Chamberlain's Cough Eem-edy. Commercial School acres land acres land When a druggist finds, tbat Lamb, Richard, his customers all speak well of a Meadows, Wm, acres land Mize, L M, acres land TROUBLE iPnr mitto a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would have pains and a heavy leeling 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-uI found they were no good at all for my trouble. I heard Mr. Marion Holcomb. of Nancv. RV.. savs? B. Jones, a Well known druggists of Cur bun, Ky., says J. "I have used Chamber-Iain'- s Cough Remedy in my famHy for the past seven years, and have found it to be the best cough medicine I have ever known." PROPERLY FITTED THEDFORD'S 'GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Import ancc ; Buck-Draug- ht 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 on the jaded liver and helpsit to do its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. Tnafmedicine should be in every household for use in time-o- t need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will .feel-fretomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. sh Mrs. Jones Durham and little daughter, Jessie, of Dango, were guests of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Mullins Saturday and Sun- -' day. -- Ben .Mullins was in the western part of the county last week. There were services at Cave Ridge Saturday and Sun- Precinct No. 14. . Tax & cost dav conducted bv Kev Jrarker. .vy.w -' Allen, Joe, 30 acres land 3 76 Rart Pfiralitt nf Oaklfitf. was in j, Browning, E S, 50 acres land, this pan buying cattle last week. - years 10 05 Miss Ruth Mullins spent last Bullock, W K, 25 acres land, week with her cousins, Misses -- years 8 7 86 r Ada Mullins J. H. 8 17 Sallie and Carpenter, P C, 75 acres land his store Ingram, Paulina, 25 acres land 3 26 Roberts has envoiced Mnllins.Wnj .Heirs, 100 acres land, and moved it to J. M. Roberts' 8 year 24 02 of Cpoksburg and they will form 11 84 Mullins, Sam, 112 acres land Born, to ihe Marcin, Lincoln, 25 acres land 3 28 partnership. thV wife of Bert Mullins, Jan. 6 06 to Robinson, Eddie, 75 acras land Robinson, Garnett, 15 acres land 9, a boy.1 J. H. Roberts is in year 1917 and 2918 4 21 Jackoon county on. a business 6 84 Ponder, Will, 6 acres land trip,.- - J. H. is-- a hustler and is Yaugtf, All, 20 acres land 4 66 -- WITHERS and are back of his candidacy. Mr. Morgan Hughes, a of Dr. Cherry, and a noted western Kentucky farmer, reported, as chairman of the Committee on Resolutions, the following resolutions, which were unanimously and enthusiastically adopted: "The Democrats of Warren county, hailing from every precinct within her borders, in mass meeting assembled do hereby confidently and enthusiastically commend to the Democracy of the Commonwealth 'of Kentucky, the candidacy of H. H. Cherry, who seeks his party's nomination as its candidate for Governor, at the primary election to be heid on August 2, 1919. Dr. Cherry was born and reared in "Warren county, springing from a Christian family of hardy pioneers. Hero he has spent his life. Here he has risen by his unaided to efforts, from an humble farmer-la- d become' the head of a great educational institution, in which tho people everywhere feel a Justified pride; and from here his Influence for good has radiated throughout the entire State. Every forward-lookin- g movement for the credit of tho State and the welfare of the people lias always had in him an earnest and effective champion.. Kvery moral issue which has risen has always found him on the right side. Every progressive measure which has been proposed, whether for governmental efficiency, educational expansion, agricultural betterment, or purity in politics, has always received his unflagging support. He g !3 an earnest and Democrat, who has hitherto been content to be a worker in the ranks. His excellent ability, tried through years of experience, and tested by many difficulties, is of the highest order. Tersonally honest, politically incorruptible, trained in the difficult work of intelligent and effective leadership, he Is eminently qualified to fill the office of Governor, with credit alike to himself and to the Commonwealth. We, his y men. earnestly endorse his candidacy, and confidently bespeak for him tho generous support of every Democrat everywhere throughout the entlro State." Dr. Cherry has issued a progressive program. In his announcement he states that he submits his desires to the people, and under no circumstances will he be a candidate of any political faction. He stands for perfecting tho tax and road laws; for organizing the finances of the State upon a sound, equitable and Just basis; for economy and efficiency In all departments of State government; for the elimination of every useless job and all forms of waste; for local. State and National prohibition; for the rlght of suffrage for the women of theStato equally with the men; for safeguarding and promoting the rights of tha laboring man; for better rural schools; for better health conditions; for a Judiciary, and, for the management of charitable and penal institutions, free from all political influences. He also endorses reforms along other vital lines. He believes that capital should be encouraged to come within our borders; that labor should be secured and receive fair treatment and Just compensation; that education should drive illiteracy from the State, and agriculture, which is the basis of our wealth, should be fostered and raised to tho hlRhest degree of efficiency. He declares that Kentucky needs more fields of alfalfa, more agricultural limestone, and other things, and less political brimstone. If you endorse this character of a man and the principles he advocates. Dr. Cherry would value your support, and if you feel like writing him. he would greatly appreciate hearing from you. life-lonfellow-countnon-partis- an non-partisl- an , , . .. - . .j, I 1917-19- 18 , '1917-191- ij I CM KIN P. -. ---- 1817-181- XMAS is over, but you still have toeat and enjoy life You will still find a Complete Line of t " Precinct No. 15. ott, the.gorall tiegfbJftWa-aafmdu'ntTie the tim&. buying: dtLunP-be- r Fresh Vegetables & And all kind of Canned Goods, together with high grades of Meat, Lard, Flour and Meal, and in fact everything s that is kept in a Grocery Store first-clas- If your eyes are showing any c& iecis now is me tune to see 1 DR. MOORE, Cox Buildine, Tie Oftkui Mt. Vera on, Ky. Chesnut, W JIO acres land Tyree, Ellpn, 41 acres land Tyree, James, 14 acres land Tax t cost $.-- 9 a T T OV 1 ft.-, '1 VV C. C. Williarxji ATTORNEY-AT'LAW- gAstqria "r"k FOES 1 Children" Ory FLETCHER'S 3fc30C& Albert Furpaan bi ught 88 8 07 of Mr2. Eotfisa AlierT. a c;lfJ6r 7 34 $20 Married: Mr. John Bonds, son of "Within Bonds and Miss - Mary. "Bafly, daughter of W. Si Co "v fruits THE " " " M MX VEBNONjKY - ONE CENT A DOSE li ,Ja OFFICE.- - On2cd.fli Bank of Mt. "Verno Church 'St. Special' tion given collections. r 1 m L. ATTORNEY ATiA"W MT VKaifONt'RY. " W. BETHURUtt 8th, at th'e home Bailey 'oar-J- n ot the bride. Misses Minnie arid Ola TJurham, of "Cruise, were with' .Miss Bithsu. Daugherty Sunday. 6V-i UMI ! P.Q. GRIFFIN BARGAIN Mt. Vernon " 'pnons 80 Will practlce"1n all the.courts. Office on Church Streetv m OW14- xqiCfU3jmpr4 - dry .irrflf tkf 9 etJ. B. Cummins. Prnn. , :::: -- ooutn owe west Mam street 2!::r i3KQkQc4SaG9esiG,- 1111 n 1 : : t ti ! 11 : , ft :t:t :: s t:t : t::x:t t::; .n ,-- f , fv