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On tho outside, just above tho entrance, are statues of some of ipal BARGA (Fresh) (Fresh) ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1919 I tho prophets. Peculiarly enough, and with characteristic Touton-ism- , tinged with blasphemy, the Kaiser Wilhelm II had set himself up as one of tho prophets. Thero he was, looking up, with his mustash turned up as one of lb. Cans the prophets. The French had each put chains around his neck and lb. Cans hands and from his beck was each suspended a placard on, which lb. Cans (Fresh) each was iuecribed " Sic Transit Gloria Mundi''. Down on the (Domino Cane) per pound esplanade the statues of Old Wilhelm I, Friodrich Carl, WilivyTV,i i. fTTN4. (Compound) per pound) helm V and others, allfheroic size, had been overthrown. Metz each purchased all of the Stock Coats of was full of bands, girls in AlsatJ big manufacturers lan and Loraine costumes, very less offer we pretty; French soldiers, Ameri the same big sensational reduction all of these fine coats, also our pres- cans and some German civilians. (extra good), each with long and scowling faces. would have cost you last week; ent stock. I just now hear that we leave (Gallons), each for Luxemburg via Cbamblev. from there to Berlin. I suppose it will be many months before (Gallons), each we return, tho Seventh' being a Regular division, perhaps will re- Nice Dress and yard main indefinitely. While the war was on I just coald not get m Ladies' and pair mind off of it, and felt like I t should3tndy,.study.alL.JhetLma! lo make myself as efficient as possible. Will try and write Broadcloth, in Burgundy, oftener now, though we will still Boliviast Veleour, velvets. be very Now I Opposite the Court House Black, Brown, Green and Blue. AH sizes, in over fifty different styles. tell: I busy. Spanish cansafely had Influenza Absolutely the luckiest buy we ever made. have very badly upon landing at port women KY. of debarkation, and was in the been holding back expecting to buy Coats cheaper this have cer- hospital ten days. very at this meeting. We shall see Kentucky is giving special at-- some very small and churlish tainly made proud indeed of being an Ameri- there on exhibition, the products tention to farm tractors and has things since tho war began with can. Give my best love to all, of Kentucky and hear the best a considerable number of still Germany considers and a Merry, Merry Christmas. speeches on the subjects of live Anf. malroa toMnl, ill Ka uenrl !n!iLn he was their greatest enemy. stock, soils, farm management, demonstrations during Farmars' Jewel, tho little daughter of Dr. Lovingly, , ptc. I hope that many farmers Week at the College, January W. E. McWilliams lias .filtered 28th to 31st. of Soiilhern Mudison and school here. W P. Rhrstiv. of Counties will plan to be 11 snouiu here To the Farmers of Rock- this mooting. Sketches of Farm-at teresting prove intensely in Lincoln, was was Sunday. Eld. to be able to see the H. T. Young down from Mt. and Southern ers' Week will be found in the leading makes of tractors all to Vernon, Tuesday, looking after Citizen and the Signal from time gether and doiug various classes some business matters Prof E. Madison Counties to time. A. Strange received a message of work.' Monday that his sister was iu a If you are your sons are interYours very truly, dying condition at her home in My Dear Farmer Friends: ested in taking a course in agriRobert F. Spknck, Columbia. Tho year 1918 has jjone now culture this winter come to Borea He loft at once for County Agent. bedside forever hut it leaves great pleas- and we shall be glad to share of Iliatt.was Borea. Kentucky. in Stanford, Monday. ure with me because of many with you in this course. I wish Walter Robins returned to Harlan. Sun wonderful things which has been you a prosperous and most proState of Ohio, City-oToledo, day, where lie is employed by done by you alone aericultural fitable year 1919. Lucas County, ss. less to eat, fewer clothes, no army even at its worst, I think I lines. some coal company. tlr.nndMrs. OPPORTUNITIES'FOR Frank J. Cheney makes oath D R. Belcher, recently tiro, cold or wet and takes, all shall stay in it. The war pic In completing reof Flat that he is senjor partner of the KENTUCKY FARMERS. danger. Now that it is all over tures aro in a way greatly alike, port, I find that anihern..Madi-soLick, Knox county, have moved WHITES INTERESTING LETFarmers 'of Kentucky have firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing back hero I would noi go through it again, marcning columns are tuo same; Tiio Rev. A. J. Pilco County has a, splendid. crop TER FROM FRANCE except on buing ordered to, and reliefs go on and on, situations of corn and increased her wheat learned that limestone is one of business in tho city of Toledo, has flu, and at present there are I wont ever arise and arc met, and arise acerage from 1162 acres to 2715 the most essential requirements County aud State aforesaid, and about twenty five new cases in Mill Rembercourt, France, as a matter of duty request to be tn an attack again again, and though seemingly acres. Rockcastle county has a for improving soils, and the de- that said firm will pay tho sum town. The Hnnnount Tie & November 28, I918. But too, I am glad of my exper- alike, it is all different, and I good corn crop and increased mand has increased far'boyond of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS Lumber Co., with 11. 0. Wolf of Dear Aunt Matt: troops the wheat acreage from 875 to the supply. One solution of the for each and every case of Winchester, Manager, is installWell, it's all over and how ience and proud that I was in the nover tiro of watching Catarrh that cannot bo cured ing on tho road or wonanother saw mill near town in Southern Madison and limestone problem is home grind2500. very glad wo all are, and we climax and in the battle at the march past front when the armistice was dering what is coming next. Rockcastle has from 5000 to 7000 ing. The College of Agriculture bytheuseof HALL'S CATARRH an effort to manufacture tho timhavo now the complete and abThat element of wondeung and bushels of seed corn ready for will give demonstrations in grind- MEDI01NK. ber bought from Frith Bros, solute victory which was destined signed. Wo are all glad it is Frank J. Cheney. over, but up hero at tho front uncertainty is perhaps one of tLo next years crop 36 flocks of ing limestone with different types about two years ago. J.W. Procto bo ours all the time. Nothing Sworn to before mo aud subless would lnvo sufficed. It is thero is little hilarity, everybody greatest reasons of the army's sheep havo been started, 950 of home grinders on Thursday, scribed in my presence, this Gth tor is clerking for R H. Hanira is solemn and thoughtful and full facinatiou. Just now we are ewe lambs were kept in Rock- January 30th, during Farmers' since Chas. Brown has been ill final. I was in the last battle of day of December, A. D. 1886. with llu. Eld. L. N. Bowling has tho war, right out in it, in the of pity for those who could not sitting hero on tho lines, as we castle county for breeding pur Week. Also demonstrations- of A. W. Gleason, live to fee the glorious day of held them on tho utb, only pises. There were hundreds of different methods of spreading been called by the Christian very front lines, and in front of Notary Public. (Seal) final victory, but they have not about seven miles from tho nor other things that I would like limestone will bo given- - at tho church at Goshen, Lincoln county, the Hindenburg lino which we Hall's Catarrh Medicine is talc-e- and will preach thero twice each attacked in the afternoon of Nov. died in vain. In tho back areas est fort of Metz, wondering if we to speak of which I will bring to same time. The University has internally and acts through month issued an invitations to-- every during 1919. Ray Craw-forioth, at 4:30 hour (2:30 p. m.) It they are having a great time; are to go forword and become a your attention later. tho Blood on the Mucous Surfwho has been employed as I will not be able to make one interested. was awful. I have had my com- the flags aro flying; they say part of the Army of Occupation, aces- of the System. Send for tho dark nights are all over and or go buck and wait our turn to visits in the different sections Assistant Agent for the L it N. plete fill of war; and havo seon , MANURE. testimonials, free. past, tho towns are all lighted go Homo. Kumor persistently of the counties this winter ou hero for tho past three , mangled, battered and F. J. CHENEY & Co., Tole-d- has been called out as months, value of barnyard tnanuro Tho up, but tho closer you get to has it that wo go to Luxemburg account of teaching extra tele-- ' in Borea and tho bost means of taking care tered men; arms oil, logs mashed O. the front tho less demonstration in three or four daj s. I took a College. I am in rharge of a graph operator. nnd crushed, heads split open-G- od, Sold by all druggist, 75c. of itund applying in aro given Fronchnieu everywhere aro groat trip u Germany the other shirt agricultural course in too little attention by Kentucky the grewsomness and Hall's family pills for constipaandjiy-full- y tho Americans day, that part of German Lo which wo take up soils, farm of it all is too much for farmers and the waBto that re. tion. exclaiming '"You did it" mine that is now French. Rode crops, farm animals words, and thank God it is all I and farm "Hurrah for los Americans". We over to Gorzo on a bicycle, with management. I wish that many suits, on tho average farm, would over now. appal tho farmer if he knew how For Infants and Children didn't do it all, but our help was tho Chaplain, a .very interesting of you could take this Tho second bittalionof the short great the waste is. In Use For Over 30 Years and grand town, beautiful church course this winter. ' my old regiment, attacked the the tiual finishing blow. shall "Some of the 'small' fellows Always bears Dr. Charles E. Thorno, Direc Hindeuburg lino, and the Chief of Now that tho war is ovor per- and vory old; a fine old chateau, bo ready to answer any cor T the toj of tho Ohio Experiment Sta are not pleased at what this paper Signature Staff let me go up to the front haps I can go back to towns and usod as German headquarters. rcspondenco and be glad to (the I. J.) has said about Theotion, has been invited to come to line and get into it. Tho ma- cities and see something of Soino oxperienco, this riding, to send bulletins and information to dore Roosevelt". The most knowFranco and French people. All Germany on a bicycle. I shall to any farmer who wishes it. I Kentucky. to toll our pooplo tho chine gun bullets whizzed all years ing man in tho course of tho long- NO GREAT ACT OF HEROISM results of his twenty-fivthe villages up this way, and nover foigot arriving at the shall be in my office on Saturaround us, the shells burst REQUIRED. est life will always have much to okperimental work with and I'll never forget the cities, are all shell torn, deserted, frontier and seeing the German day afternoon from r 2:45 until of otheY fertilizers. Dr. learn; and the wisest and best some act of heroism was If picture of that advancing lino of and partially destroyed. Some frontier markers. Thero on the 4:00 o'clock. Always glad to have Thorno The follow necessary to protect a child probabjy knows moro much to improve aro literally blown to powder aide ot the road was a large iron ypu. call and discuss farm prob infantry. The enemy put down about farm ttanures, their values who is always looking for mis- from croup, no mother would itn awful barrage, Major Hunt aud scarcely a vestago of them post ubout eight feet high, with lenity t and other uses, thin any other takes on the part of others is sure hesitate to protect her offspring, Occasionally French- a disc on ..top, whereon was and myself were caught in it, the remain. The agricultural outlook for man in the United States. His to make glaring ones himself, and but when it is only necossary to sholls.hit all about us, throwing men are beginning to comu back stamped tho black Prussian eagle, i9i9 is very piomising. Tho wilLhO-n- ne of the feat lh naturally brings moro censure keep at band a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough dirt and mud over us, and the now, to see what has become of and above tho eagle was written wheat crop js better than over lactureithe .Farmers' Week ex- ores of uPn himself because no is so give it as soon asRemedy aud the first Went to has been known at this time. ground would fairly shako and their littlo homo places during "Deutchess-Reich- ". critical of others. It is easy to erclsei' at the," University of Ken of croup appoars, there tromblo with convulsions at each these four tears of German oc- Metz a day or so ago. Metz, tho Stock is in bolter condition, W.e criticise tho man who carries re aro many who neglect it. Chamtucky, January 28th to 3lst. burst. Out they did not hit us, cupancy. I have been all over repossession of which has beon have more seed corn, selected sponsibilities when we have none berlain's Cough Remedy is withthough they did hit and mangle tho region of St. Mihiel, our div the dream of Frenchman for and cared for tban wo will be TRACTORS. of our own. Let us put ourselves in tho reach of all aud lb prompt and kill many others, the devils. isioii relieving mo 90m division,! half a century! In Metz were able to use in this sectlonr1 and is coming to iu tbo other fellow's place beforo and effectual. The farm tractor I don t fear machine gun like I which took part iu the drive of soldiers of all the allies aod on this means (that wo will have play a more important part in being so free with our criticisms. Noticb: To all .who aro owing do shells. Nobody who has nov Sept. l2th. Tho 64th has been the public square you could bear so mo for sale, Tho Envy is almost the only vico that me either accounts or notes. the work of the farm. or seen it, or been in it, can ever, on four different sectors on tho French, German and English all One of tho big events of the high cost of feed and work ani- is practical at all times and in You will pleaso come in and botAnd i front, and we havo marched and being spoken at the (.same tune. State of Kentucky for undeastand what it is. mals and the largo amount , of eveiy place, the only passion that tle same as I am needing tho l money to pay for tho goods that 1 taw just a little bit of war, and countermarched all over this part Tho Cathedral was wonderful. bo Farmers', Wegk at tho State necosary idleness of work ani- can nover llo quiet for want of ir nobody but the poor infantry of France. I havo had a littlo bit Grand music greeted our ears, College of Agrlpulturo.Lcxhgton. mals make tho tractor a moro ritutlon; its effects, therefore, are vou bave been using. I hopo will right in tho front lino over of it all. Ot course, I hope wo issuing from a concealed pipe Farmers Week begins January economical sourco of powir on everywhere discoverable and its this any bo warning enough without further notice. knows what war really is. He may have no more War, but we organ. I think it was the sweet- 28, and Respectfully, conyuuojjut. I hope many farms. Tho College of attempts always to be dreaded. gets the worst of everything; never kuow, and as I like the est music I ever listoaed to. The to see many orfPu present at Agriculture of tho University of Mr Roosevelt 'might have douo Jonas McKunzik. s A i f r i. NUMBER 16 IMS 30 c 25 c 20c "! :mi Regular Special Price Price TOMATOES, 3 IListdies Coats s.ttct- t now Coats that KRAUT, 3 tvr at at Having two than FIFTY CENTS TO THE DOLLAR, at $25. $27.50 $30. $35. $40 $45. $12.22, $15.22, H8.22 Plush, You TODAY PEAS, 2 SUGAR LARD HAMMER SOAP (Laundry) REDSALMON,each CAN SOUPS RED SYRUP KARO WHITE SYRUP Apron GINGHAMS, 11ic 21c 18c 15c 10c Taupe, THE BLUE FRONT STORE, Just MT. VERNON, w Men's KID GLOVES, w Itock-castl- e 30 c 241 c 07 c 05 c 25 c 20 c 12c 08 c 85 c 75 c 90 c 80 c 30 c 25 c $2.50 $1.50 that month, a LUCKY STRIKE., I-a- m 1 differ-'German- DO NOT FAIL TO' AT TEND THE GREATEST SELLING EVENT OF THE SEASON One Lot To Close at $5. castle Sutton&McBee -R.- L-Smith, f JAKE BETH URUM my.-annu- n - n d, blood-spat- o, ng I' BR O DH EAD CASTOR f st A J o overy-wher- o, . -- 1919-wil- -- K ,- Oi - V A sg-ji'v- - -f - -- -- mniir-Qml nj nmi ';"' "".''" .. '- -- Mt Vernon Sign&i What Teachers Should .. u. f Friday, Jan. ! 17, 1919 Know 22 d) Publtehtd every Friday Mrs. Alice Davi3, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Jl.O Dear Mrs. Davis: STDPCKIPTIO'J ON'U S'FAK To teach in the publics rdiool1 Advertising rates maut known on of Kentucky after'fho closing ol application this session of school, a teach- v must pass an examination i; MKMBKK OF Thi Elementary Agriculture SSOCIATION examination in agriculture v KENTUCKY PHBS3 6$E? 1)0 given in connection with thregular county examination at A kil .17 vl will be conducted in the same 1 v 7a9R& ' J manner. Your very truly, 1 EDGARS. ALBRlGhT. Frankfort, Ky. Jan. jth, 1919 - lr . horMVS-ofdetn- on uin,y6u teachexsnnd .alL .scbQQLjQfEfifirs would think he never looked up- shall enforce the teaching of the on the wine when it was red. ubject of Elementary Agricul Little would 1 011 dream tint fie ture in the, same tnannor that Republican Convention which tue teacmng 01 otner Drancnes, 01 nominated him in Lexington in tho curriculum is, or may be.oh-forcehis last race, according to Jude .;' O'Rear, Dr. Brunner and others, No 24d. (Act9 19I8.) Examinat"was owned and controlled body ion.--Any person holding a and soul by the brewers and dis- certificate to teach need not be tillers". examined on auy other branch But why elect any candidate than Elementary Agriculture, who is just politically dry ? Is it until the expiration of the certifiuot safer and wiser to make Gov- cate held by him. ernor the man who is known of all men to be dry at heart; dry from years of total abstinence . and who has boldly declared his Judc.i: John 1). Carroll, of Now castle, Ins flnng his hat into the ring for the democratic nominii turn for Governor. But the wood puckers laughed wlitn he declared He Biuleycorn against John frankly pdinitted that he has not always been thus. But. says 'he, the war has convinced hiin that booe is had It was an expen sive lesson and hard on the per pic, hut we rcjoite that he has at last been converted, although it cost the war to do it However, we are opposed to making any man the leader nf a llork or an elder in the church on the day of his conversion. As to this great evil, the Judge and Ed Morrow are of one mind. They are both now prohibHouist-politieall- y. To heap Ed Marrow woo an audience and now, jes, even now, chant tho- - Tho fellow who is always looking for free odveriUit'g never Somersetr'Monday. Mr. und Mrs. gets very. much of it. The following sections of the Broyles, of jlato, spent Sunday Mitchell 19I8 school law should be care with Mr.. and Mrs. ovr$-one expect Cress Mr. Cress has been in fully read by ?0R F.ETCflCffS ing to teach in 1919. poor health for some time. Miss N.sib. (Acts 1918.) Exaratna' After July 1, 19 19, 10 tlon On pors n shall be authorized to , teach i the Common Schools ot this S' ite except in the cities uforcMi d, unless he shall have Kidney 'ttapblei don't disappear or The housewife of" Holland would alttiemcelvci. They ttrow ilowly but most as soon be without food as withfit st l sed an examination health with steadily. undermining until you roll a vic- out her ,"nl Dutch Drops," an sha by the State Board of Ex deadly certainty, disease. quaintly calls GOLD MEDAL Haarlem tim to Inctfhablo Oil Capsules. They Stop our tr'oublea while there Is aminers, on the subject of Ele Don't watt until little pains becometime. and are responsible In restore strength a great measura biff To for the sturdy, robust, health ot the mentary Agriculture, and the aches. Don't trifle with disease. Hollanders. Void futyr sufterlne begin treatment w in regard to examination of with GOUMEDAL. Haarlem Oil everyc Do not delay. Oo to your drucclst and now. Take three or four you with teachers on other subjects in this day until you are entirely free from Insist on hla supplying' Capsules. GOLD Taka M1HAL. Haarlem Oil pain. :' l Common School course, shall ap preparation has been them as directed, and If you are not Th's (ullsiled with rtnults your druggist will Holply to the subject of Elementary one of the national Inremedies of gladly refund your money. Look for 1696 the land for ctciuries. of the Netherlands granted a the nam GOLD MEDAL on the doz Agriculture. Riid accept no other. In sealed Boxes, l . barter authorizing Its prepara ,g threo sizes. sale. No 24c (Acts 1918.) Enforce tion and Teaching of. After July 1, 1919, the State Board- - of Educatiati, 0. .). Jo'Xy, Asst. State Supt. ry days visit with relatives tictif Crab Orchard, Swannie I'ricojs at Withers?, this week. Miss Georgia .Gentry, of Willailla, is with her grandmother, Mrs J N. Miss Ola Debord has Hrnwn entered school at Uerca. W. M. Meece has moved from Poplar GtOk'c back to his home near here, an I Mrs. Ted Meccc has moved in tiro house ho vacated. M E. Uurjon Jr., of Mt. Vernon, was, hco.ii3w days last week on Misses Kato Debord, business May Sloven's and Essye Brown wore In Mt., Vernon last week Having deptal work done.- - -- Littlf Zel'im O'ncil has returned to school at Mt. Vernon after spend ing the holidays at ho.ue. U. H. Brown and J. S. Todd wefe in fe Sallyo Price lists entered school at Mt. Vcrucn. Mr. J. T. VanhooU has' returned from Tennessee where he has been nt work for jotne time, Ho says ho will try farming this year. Mrs Henry Todd was with her sis er, Mrs. Eugene McWdliains' lit Bandy Wednesday. DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Bear in mind that Chamber. Iain's Tablets not only move tho bowels but improve" the appetite strengthen the digestion and They contain no popsin or other digestive ferment but strengthen the stomach and enable it to its functions naturally. ptr-for- HOW MUCH the Price Would You Give To Know The next'three months most likely will determine the terms to be imposed by the Allies for the four and more years of Hunnisn Germany Must Pay? Horror inflicted upon the world. You can keep folly posted great history- making - For Only $1,40 day's on every developments of the -- aniiarsw by .;- nwvm The Daily "For Paris Peace Conference making 1 KIDNEYS WEAKENING? 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D. routes the morning of publication. points tor delivery to Why Meat Prfces Van' in Different Stores ConeMatoSMdlaa Tearflan. t air U aacf Fat con and heifers Caaotea sows and heifers BullaTslaui to beet PeertofaanycaWt Weston sane steer , I TUB TRIAL ORDER BLANK COUR1KR-JODRNA- MAIL SUHSCP.IPTloN DAILY 1919. COUKIKK-JOL'RNAI.: RATBS: Louisville, Ky. Courier-Journ- Date Year. Kentucky and first and eecoml zones DAILY AND SUNDAY Kentucky aud first and second zones fS.OO : S.Mo. $3 00 3 Mo. sun ,,.. elasosjsjaje) 1HWUJ M.ns)lA under jour trial subscription oiler to: Name Street or R F. I). No O . Send Tlie Daily for three (3) mouths, Jl.40 f 7 CO fJ.90 $2.00 J.0OlSJ isMSUUt MM sit t.C0612.M lsJSefcls.es WMHlIt; Stuto Also send Sunday Courier-Journa( If Sunday paper is not wanted mark out line l. nboe. J Courier Journal Makes Plans For Peace Conference honest conviction against liquor many years before the war was ever thought of or the Lexington Convention was over held ? So here it is to James D. Black, be cause we know he is sincerely dry. He is not dry for this campaign only, but has over been and ever will be dry. As Governor he will be the very embodiment of that principle. His daily acts and wordsjwill be in keeping therewith. No one need doubt his sincerity, for it is his belief, practice .and teachjng since boyhood. We have weighed his splendid qualifications; we know his honesty, his uprightness and his high ideas of push and pro. gress. He wants an educated bless him in that ambition I He openly declares for a sober state and u dry nation. Now lot the advocates of our Jim Black shake the bushes, proclaim his virtures and proceed to nominate him, which will be equivalent to his election in November. While our Nation was in active warfare, wo were declaring that our soldiers were the best soldiers in the wotld; that thuy would win the war and bo back home right away. Wo further said that we would bacir them with our last dollar. They made good. We backed them sufficiently to enable them to save the honor of the Nulion. They are now coming home. As soldiers we praised thoin uud supjKjrted them. Now when they have returned to private life, they need an equal showing und a chance to make good in the line of work for which thoy are best qualified, 01 those who answered tho Na tion's call from Rockcastle, the majority were farmers. As citizens who aided them during tho war, it is now our duty to en cnuiago them and help them to again take their rightful places in private life. There should be started some movement to en courage every boy who lft the farm, to return to the agricultural pursuit. With their exper lenccs over seas and in caut'in-mentthey are better qualified to make successful farmers. There should be some steps tuken to see that all who so de biro may engage in fanning for the coming ear. s, These newspaper quotations represent live cattle priced in Chicago on December 30tb,1918. ft,-- , Remittance Inclosed for. M. apply to all subscriptions In Kentucky ami within a radius of 150 miles of tliu citvof Louisville in other States; prices for third to eighth zoneft aru slightly higher First and second 7oni! prices CONTRIBU TED tY W OWENb, LIVINGSTON A,r- M- lief ehnwc nrirA ranrres An out of the ordinary example of newspaper enterprise is being shown by the Louisville Courier Journal in the display advertising announcement appearing elsewhere in this issue The purpose of, this advertisement is to acquaint the people of Ken lucky and the Louisville territory with the foreign news service of ''";' tho paper. With tho signing of the amist ce in November the Courier-- J m mat began extensive prepar ations for covering tho Peace Conference tc follow by sending Arthur B. Krock, Editorial Man a ;er of the paper, to Paris, from which city be is now sending diily cables exclusively to the Ojurigr-JournaAlready tho Couricr-Journhad arranged with the New York Times for its complete foreign cable and wireless service bv special wire fiom New York each night, in addi tion to receiving the full leased wire and cable service day and night, of the Associated Press No other daily newspaper in this torritory has shown such en terprise and aggressiveness in the effort to givo its readors complete accurate and up reports of the great Paris Peace Confer ence, which during the next three months is expected to do terminu the price Germany, Aus tria, Bulgaria and Turkey must pay f tv tho more than four years of frightfulness and destruction brought on the world in the ail The Courier-Journvertisement referred to.annouuces a special three months' trial subscription during the. lace Conference period, giving overy for the people of this, territory to beconiu fully 'in formed upon the deliberations of tho envoys in Paris, when thoy begin to fix the torras tho Allies shall demand of tbeir conquered foes. l. ul history-making al, i on nine general classified groups with a spread of $13.85 per cwt , the lowest at $6.50 and the highest at $20.35. ' Why this variation in price? Because the meat from different animals varies greatly in quality and weight " Although the quotation?, shown are in nine .divisions,? Swift & Company grades cattle... into 34 general classes,, and ('each "' class into a variety of weights and qualities. , " . As a result of these differences in cattle prices,, (due to differences in weights and meat qualities), there is a range of 15 cents in .Swift & Com- pany's selling: prices' of ibeef' car- - These facts explain: 1 - ' ,, t Why retail prices vary In different stores.' 2 Why it would be difficult to regulate prices of cattle, or . beef. 3 Why it requires experts to judge cattle and to sell meat, so as to yield the profit of only a fraction of a cent' a pound a profjt too small to affect prices. ; ' Swift & Company,U.S.A. Ohio, Columbus, October de twiced. Dear Old Fat Head: As I have nothing to do, and wis'i to do it, I tout I would took pen and bottle of ink iu mine haudtand typewrite you a few ladders, blease excuse dis lead pensil. We are all well ad present, ex cept my brudder; he was kicked in the surburbans last night by a mule do mule is not expected v to live. Your rich aunty who died from palpitation of the heart when you was hero is still deadt and doing nicely. Hope dU will find you the same. After she dietd dey found fifteen thousand dol lars sewed up in an old bussell that she left behindt. so you are no longer a poor man, but a dutchraan. Your bruddor will went to woi Ir diss morning; do job will last about six months, but might, get out sooner on good behavior Business has been dull since the saloon you business Your wife was took to do insanity asylum yestorday-sh- o was crazy to sco you I saw your little boy this morn ning for the first time. 1 think ho looks Ju&t like you, but he is alright otherwise, so I would not worry about dat if I wasa you. I am sending you by Adams Express your overcoat as day charge so much a pound to send Hoping it, I cut off dt buttons this will prove satisfaction You will find de buttons in de insido pocket. I almost forgot to tell ou I got married last week I got a pretlefted-especially for theie woundedd horoos. If THE SCAR BEARERS. Hundreds of American soldiers they need medical attention after return thoy will get it If from Privates all the way up the their they need special training to fit line to General Pershing will rethem for such work only as their turn from Prince decorated tor condition will permit them to do conspicuous bravery. thoy will got that training. What Sonio will wear the Distinguish-e- d over assistance is necessary thoy Servico Mcm1.i1, somo the L'roix will have. de Guerre Some will be awarded mm uncie aim win ucar mo the Victoria Cross. . gladly, gratefully; for Everyone ol them will have his obligation is one tint can never done some valorous d.ed of ag be adequately met. gression or rescue All of us must remember this But there will bo.somo 50 odd thousand who came out of the in connection with the next libfight more or less disfigured who erty loan. Not all of the money will go for material needs, for may wear no ribbons. These are the scar bearers, the peace enforcement or for tho jscores of other demands tho govwounded. ernmental plans will precipitate. Not one of them but, faced death Much of it will bo devoted- to in all the many guises that Gcr man ingenuity of" tho most de- making payment for tho services vilish kind could contrive. But of those who did their best to pay theirs was only the ordinary the price of world freedom. For them too much cannot be chance of war Theirs the misfortune of being struck down done. they had their (chance. Some will not be permanently disabled. But thousands will be. And everyone that is, everyone rffiSfes. Dentist that toolc his chance over thero ., (Office Over must have his chance once more U. O. raS&rcr.- -. over here. Baker's Stors Uncle Sam has worked out an MT. V HUN ON, KKNTUCKY elaborate plan of rehabilitation I oxp.-nseI I . - bo-fo- re !J i DR. WALTER -- I fmffXf mk2 AT BROWN'S , , MoreShoes THE QUALITY AND ty good wifo. Sho is from Milo, but I think I could have got a PLENTY OF FRESH wonderfuTB rLKUli A medicine m DEDITM A Rtiadswn ; A LEVELGREEN will bo sorvices at There Friendship Sunday at 11 o'clock conducted by Rev. D.U. Gentry. Charley Brown is confined to bis room with la grippe. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Audorson and child, renspent lust Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Isaucs at Elgin-J- ack Debord has returned from a WVM11"" "VJii "I am' pltaied to nmiBnil It was IxnedcUl In mtsHmjr aar kcllh when I waa "all rna aana tram overMsrk aad mtrwm worry and waa unabl to taka UBviX rtpular work. A friend rtcoimnandcd 1'cruna and aJd h was aura that It would ..00" '.unJ I5,.. T '? ..'k-u- Ibatur ond In '"' k Utile VWi tn ruoulka 1 waa m du,' h u y '? vartatMa; f a wonderful medicine to vllhTKaJthe ayelem." Vtrmmm and Uaabk to Work TViUUm StHW Mr. tha tHJrt Alklaaaa. Fireman and Utmbar StationaryGtt Workmen, Itb Ave, rP aH JSI K. mHkI H HtHKI BBlBHHIi lit "f ". Toneka. Kanaaa. HI. litter owoalte leave little doubt ot hi Kith in I'.ruoa. united better one at Westervillo, as they have a larger stock to select from. As dis is all I got to say, I will klose my face and. expect you to do tho satno. Hoping dis will reach you before you get it. and that you will answer before dat, I remain your confectionery second to do last cousiu. OTTO MOBILE. P. S. In case pou do not get this letter, writo mo and let mo know and I will sendt it to you a ouccd. MeatsGroceries , EVERY ONE KNOWS ' EVERY ONE KNOWS ON i BROWN MAIN ST." Obi. a re". FOR LXJQlLIl. -- FLE.Stf.S ZSrff -! ItMMt fi "Sfl ammk Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.. Vernon Ky, Jan 1 7, 1919 79 up"No.jg" wBtorrf. wnnt taOommunlx L Xj am wltH HIQNA.L louiiviiLC Na.hviuc R. R.Co. TIME TABLE. i i , 22 nortn 24 nortb 23 south 21 4.57 p m 8:35 am 12:35 p m 12:45 a m South Jas. Landrdm, Agent, riione No. 8. Entered t the lit m ncond-clu- i Vernon, Ky. PoetoQoe mail matter. PERSONAL Arthur Cooper has mumps. Miss Sidney .Crawtord bos flu. Mrs. Altce Davis is in Louisville shopping. Mrs. C. H. White has beep, sick for the past week. Miss Edna Davis is reported very sick this morning. Mrs. August Kreuger is very sick with pneumonia. Little Ardeth Walien has been very sick during the week. Lucillo Albright was one of the number sick during tho week. Miss Byrd Jones is reported very sick at Langdon School. A. W. Stewart was over ftom Madison during the week on I Miss Risse Williams expects to go to Florida soon for several i'i weeks stay. Mrs. Fanny Rowe and niece, Gertrude Baker are with friends in Louisville. Mrs W. J. Sparks- - and daugh. ters expect to go to soon to spend the rest of the winter. A postal from J. J. Painter says be is back from Pueblo, Colo., and left his sister, Mrs. Jarrett, very much improved in health. Itoscoe Nurton has sent home a . German helmet from the French battlefiel and it is now on uisplay in Fish's comer winLoui-vill- e . dow. Master Robert Sparks who suffered baoken rib while coasting hat week, is able to be back in 11 school. Walter Henderson has bought r tho dray outfit from John and is now on the job do Ren-ne- I livering goods. Mrs. Metbac Gentry has retu rned from Ohio, where she has been with relatives since the death ol her mother .in November. James Dalton was one of the Cyclone or 38th Division 138th F. A. which returned from over-sea- s about two weeks ago. Mrs. Frank. Moore, wife of the minister, is spending a .few days with Mrs. S. C. Franklin, whilo Dr. Moore is away on business. Mrs Nannie Owens, wife ot Atty. J. A. Oweus, was visiting her daughter. Mrs. Fred Owen?, in Somerset first of tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Gleason, of Hamilton, Ohio are visiting Mrs. Gleason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Rickels and other relatives hero. Arthur Brown, Lonuio Brown und family motored thru from Connorsvillo, Ind., and spent the holidays with their mother, Mrs, Frankio Brown near Wildie. returned Mrs. W. to her home in Chicago Tuesday. She was accompiniea as far as Louisville by nor mother, lira. Francis, who went to the city to have her glasses changed, F. F Robbins, of the Copper Creek section, was in town Saturday attending the meeting of the Rockcastle Stock Pens. Frank is quito a stock dealer and Is very enthusiastic about the future of has turned the hair on my head SOKE HEADS. pretty white What little there is Mt. Vernon and.- Rockc&stlo Sometime since the suggestion County like every other town left, but there ls.no hair oa the' If it's to wear get It at Fish's. was made that a fund be started and county have their "soro top of my head, the place where ' New line of Fancy Collars and for the purpose of creeling a suit- heads" wh3 aro against every tho wool ought to .bo good. I Shirts at Fish's. able monument in honor of thoso thing at home and see no good able have been taking your valupaper I think, Nathan Mulllns, of the Climax boys from Rockcastle who have In anything except it is in somo years I take because about 20 I like'old 14jprllnn rnloorl firms tnlmcpn given tucir lives for the freedom othor places. When the first Kockcastlo and her. people and and sold it in Richmond Inst of tho world. No matter whether bank was organized there wero liko to hear from them occasweek at tin avcrago of 50c per tho boy died on tho battle field those who 'fought it, saying that ionally. I will still continuo to you who are returning from take it pound. or in u cantouoment, he is ns a bank could not live in Rockcas- dollar. as long as I can get tho the The meeting conducted by Bid. much a hero and gave just as tle. Now wo havo four good W. Mt H. Will you accept tho pica or tho J. W. Riddle, at Cove, closed last much for his country. In honor bank. When tho Mt. Vornon A mass meeting was hold at difference " argument, after what Sunday night with lour added to of thoso boys a suitable tablet Power Co., was organized, there tho Court Monday night Housoi you'vo learned from your Undo Sam? the church, two by relation and should and will bo erected in wero those who said that in less to consider water works for Mt. Rockcas'.le. When the sugges- than two years, tho concern two by baptism. You've seen "almost" food, guns, coats, leggings Vernon. Another meeting will tion was made soma weeks ago, would bo in tho hands of a rebo hold tonight. NOTICE. turned completely down by a cold Q, M. because tliey Wo ,do not the first man to respond was ceiver and threw every stumbdidn't measure up to tho REAL. know what can or will be dono, To tho taxpayers of tho town big hearted Jim Muret, whose ling block possible in tho way of but let us urge every ono to, atof Mt. Vernon and the Graded name heads tho list of contribuYou wouldn't be satisfied with a gun that wouldn't tho progress of tho (company. tend the meeting. We need tho School District. All taxes not tors. The campaign is on if you shoot straight. You wouldn't accept bacon almost some of that same bunch, Now, water snd the health of tho town paid by Feb. 1, will be levied want to have a part in this laudafit to eat. are never losing an opportunity demands tho sewerage. 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 oye, yet thoso peoplo will to their TO THE DYSPEPTIC. civilian clothes again that will wear "alMan pa.t 30 witt horse and Peoples Bank, who is treasurer sorrow, find that the. stock pens . Would you not like to feel that most" as well as Fish's. buggy to sell Stock Condition and the following week your will succeed. People . who- do your stomach troubles are over, kind-oyou can. ear-an"food County, name will appcr in the Signal. these thingf are ''sore heads",' fhat Powder in Rockcastle We hope to soli you new clothes on tho that vou crave ? Consider then Salary J9o per month Address Don't think that if 1 orf is all you selfish, afraid somo one else-- ' will the fact that 'Chamberlain's Tab same army basis you havo learned to 424 South Meridian St , Indian can give from the fact that the make a dollar and card, nothing lets have cured others whir not follow, that the best is none too good. I ' subscriptions shown here are for about how otheis fare, so "mo you. There are many who have apolis, Indiana. only $l.oo each. The fact of the and mine" land safely atohore. been restored to health by tak Fish's clothes cost no more than hundreds Henry Lee Philbcck, son of matter is neaily every contnbu-- " The fellow who is not willing to ing these tablets and cart now eat of garments that you and we and the men ' ' crave, Tom Philbock, and Miss Candice tor hero shown, expects to mako help can stay outbut he should any kind of food that thoy who sell them know would be be rejected Morris, daughter of Filmore his subscription several times ' rut try to discourage those' who if offered to the Q. M. C. Morris, wore married yssto.rdav that amount before tho required have a broader vision of life by Tudge Mulllns in his office. amount, is raised. Please note They are popular young peoplo tho progress each week and if ' Mr. W. Mt Hayes, "of-- Borea. In A Swnnn Hat, and other good of the Red Hill section and have you want to do just a little for remitting for bis. paper odds the furnishings to match the Hat who extend those boys who gave their lives following lines, which we Appre a host of friends ciato very much, knowing, tho and Clothes, completes the congratulations. for you and me then send your civilian uniform. donation at mice. The list of spirit that prompts it and tho ENTERTAINMENT AT fact that we appreciate the; x eal r CHAPEL. contributors to date are: GRADED SCHOOL friendship pf a man like Mr. Jus. Maret $1.00; M. J. Miller A program of Readings, Music, " COME IN AND-TR- Y ON SOME NEW CLOTHES Hays. He says : and Tableaux will be given r.oo; Floyd Miller l.oo; C. A. Find enclosed Davis; W. G. McBee r.oo; Dr. under tho auspices oi the "Goodwin's" Preserves Leo "Chesnut l.oo; "ES, Albright whicrrpIeKSO aiv" at the Graded School if, 1 00; Joe B. McKenzio Strawberry! Peach, etc, ' " 1.00; S. E' think this chapel Friday evening, January Excuse me for not remit at 7:30. Admis- Sheets i.oo;C. C. Davis 1.00; Dr. 1919 per M. Pennington l.oo; J. M. Craig ting sooner, I have been somesion 25 and 15 cents. what negligent. 1 like to read 1 00; F. L. Durham r.oo. Tho parents of some of the your paper in order to hear from Total $13.00. Beauty Coffee young bloods 89 10 years old, my old friends and neighbors. 35c value Fish's havo just recieved a I like vou as a man all butjyfbiSr would make no'tnistake in inve. stigating the conduct of some of big lot of overalls for the boys. poiuicai part, 1 done ime that a those boys. There are things Curt Jett, recently paroled d n bit and guess you donj being done, people being annoyed from the penitentiary, was mar- like mine any bettor than I do Goodwin's BETWEEN THE BANKS THE CASH STORE by some of that ago, tbat the par- ried Tuesday evening at the Lex- yours. But that is all right any ents would not 'iudorso if tnoy ington court house, by tho Justice way. 1 am getting too oid to "Butter only knew it. of the Peace, Chas. M. Parish. quarrel about politics but I cant 20 lb. Stone Jar,' for Dunoc:- -I havo just purchased Iron GrayJack. Joo M. Norton has a letter from Curt Jett gave his age as 43, pro- help but think I am right. I am For SALB-no bettor. breeder inthe state and a registered ,Duroc boar, now:fjjTTr. Egbert, stating ho was fession, minister of the gospel. seventy.tnree years old tbe'.lqth his son TU.. -- ..... ' fcr .service; : a.aurij foil POTATO enroute from Vancouver Wash- - Htabride gave her name as Dora" lasC J."vxsui v7jbwjrnwrH . defeat time of turning1 in. v For further particulars see fd. J; ington to Camp Taylor to be DUiiuun minus,, 43 jrcuis uiu. ouu Jas. Winstkad, Bethurum, Mt. Vernon, Ky.- mustered out and became ill at is the widow of James Atkins, Wabd, Ky. Jan. t Jan i74t d Wyoming. The Red who was formerly a fireman at Cheyenne, rumm0 n Cross took him oil the rain to the Phoenix Hotel, and the and a hospital und are taking the daughter of A. F. Bullock Of ReWolf becca Bullock, formerly s i s 1 1 t't i : s t best of care of him. He thinks county. It is said she knew Jett i:11.1 :i FOR FLETCHER'S FLETCHER'S the trouble is the flu. for many years. Jett will enter Vffi College, Jau. 1, to study Kcpoits from Pine Hill indi Asburv ministry. for tho Jessamine cate that tho big works there are Journal. not so dead after all Preparations are being m&ko for a try out on fertilizer and if the experiment proves successful, what was once & the Kentucky Portland Cement Men anil women, ages i5 to 45, who tlnlfheit eighth grade or its equiva& Coal Co., will bo turned into have arc wanted, ftom lent, each county, for a fertilizer plant, and tho capaci business positions paying up to $125 a a vJl i, ty will bo sufficient to make it inonili. Chances for promotionWogood. MILES EAST OF ORLANDO U Rxperlenco NOT necessary. train ! " one ol the largest in tho country; you. Mali tlila: (ta CMbburf Rjdj . :V. :," . . COUPON Hon Nat B. Sewell has been DRAUGHON'S.Nashville.Tenn.IloxKin appointed a member of the Work- Send particulars of your proposition. men's Compensation Board to """" (Name) fill out the unexpired term of " Judge S. W. Hoger, deceased. Mr. ......... ........... Country Produce Sewell has made a splendid re cord as State Inspector and the appointment given here is a rec ognition of his faithful und effici ent service. His new position pays S.vsoo. As Inspector he I drew 3ooo. local SOLDIERS MEMORIAL FUND. - - Men! Can't-tell-the war: "just-ns-good- " - y f I I !!It!I!r!'i!t!!tlttMtlMI D MM CASH GROCERY STORE J Will-Worke- rs -- L'Uli-beginni- 221 lb; Brown 3 Lbs. for 85 c Apple $4.00 One . Tire-tie- i ? Feecis? ?fSv FOR FRESH s i7-4- LI VI 1 NGSTON 1 4 Children dry- - OWldren Cry nft Groceries SEE CASTORIA ASTOBIA For Men $125 MONTH Women IJ.Mulfe -- BILLY ROUTT BILLY KIDER ., JUST NOW CALLED BRING YOUR y Children Cry for Fletcher's Work actually began on the Stock Pens, Monday. S. T. Proc tor is in charge and with the splendid coips of helpers, a big showing was made in tho four lays' work. We are very opti raistic as to the future of the Rockcastle Stock Pens and we bo lievo there are many others who teel just as we do. It is a busi awunlM The Kind You Have Always Bought, and wklck has beea in use for over thirty years, has borne the slimattira o " and has been made under his per and said he had a car of the best Flour en route to Mt. Vernon in wood barrels $12.00 in bags $1.50 0 0 Big 25-T- b Bag !VW $1.00 -- mm proposition for tho farmer and business man alike, and a lit tie boosting right at this time means much to tint enterprise. Tho stockholders of tho Bank of Mt. (.Vornon met Wednesday und held their annual election of officers. The following directors wero elected. C. C. ' Williams, W. L. Richards, T. I. Nlceley, J M. Craig aad Geo. S. Griffin. The directors then met and se lected tho same officers. T. J Nlceley, Pres., O. S. Griffin, W. L- - Richards Cashier Victor C. Tate Assistant. and Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon like mauy other institutions of its kind and class, had a most pros perous year. Tbey mado over $3000. Of this $1200 or 8 per cent was paid out lu dividends and the remainder about $1800 was left to undivided profits. Nothing was placed to surplus, as the bank already has fTsoe surplus. Vice-Pres, 52fi sonal supervision eiace "Just-as-good" lu Infancy. Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. AU Counterfeits, that enterprise. Rev. George Childress was In from Dlsputanta yesterday and reported a number of cases of smallpox in the Scaffold Cane section and said that the flu was worse along Brush Creek than at any previous time. Mr George Jeter, a, brother of Mrs. Mollie Durham who' was around Orodheod for some length of time about flftaoa years ago, but has been in the West since, arrived here last week and will be here the rest of the winter with ola lister. a harmless gubstitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance, it age is its guarantee. re than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Coastlpauoa. Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying FeverfabaJM arising: therefrom, aad by regulating the Stomach aide the assimilation of Food: giving healthy aad Mttml ale The Children'! Paaacea The MoUk' Ftitai. C&storia la For-moaa4-Swel- What is CASTORIA s, Car Corn, Chops, Cotton Seed Meal, Ship Stuff, Big White Oatsr Hay and Heavy Groceries. WHEN YOU BEAT THESE PRICES YOU DON'T GET QUALITY Now.! 'when vou come to town and don't fird Billy Routt on Rocaide Hotel corner, just call-a- t 'the Hotel office for Billy Rider and he will wait on you. . GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS yBcara YOURS FOR BUSINESS In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Hav Always Bought J. W. RIDER V- t.pwl-- - -- r i.il. . .lj Vlv w., f jA ' 1 ;?"' fc ""'t., . .. 9-- a ana. C HANS FORD Sheriff's Sale for Taxes I first move in a winning James Donn and family spent Saturday nllit and Si'utlay with his mother, near llnpovell. The live tiuiiiilis old Imhv of Mr. and Mrs J. II, Uuwc is very sick. Miss Martha Kirky was the giust of Iht Sister, Mrs. J, Barron, tfuiidty Neal McF.orton and amity spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Bar-fo- n J S. Howe, the hustling .'.lurchant, of near this pluco, is doing a good business Mrs V. M. Kirov, of the Long Branch Ci kjLUIJ T1 Is f Think made when saving begins. It will educate you de- a I, or one of my deputtos will on Monday feb. 3rd, t9l9, being the Grst day of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, between thoJjLQ.urs of 0 o'clock 11. in, and 4 o'clock p. m , at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon, Ky., offer for salo to the highest bidder the following tracts of land STATEMENT of the CONDITION of the PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, KY.. At the Close Of Business December 3 J, J 9 1 8 $1 26,5034 Loans 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 financially by veloping: 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. traits to satisfy tho tax due the County and State. This Jan Tip Lanoiokd, 5. R. C. 19. RESOURCES! Precinct No. 1 Tax & cost section, visited her brother, S M. Coyle Heirs, lOOocres land f2 37 10 33 Uow, Sunday. Mrs. Logan Mc Vim Winkle, J L, 50 acres land 1'ivcinct No. 2 Kinney and Mrs Audrow Mo Bank of Mt. Vernon Ivinney are much belter this week. - Miss RUsic McKinney was tho guest of Miss Ltiolla Kin cer. list Tuesday. W li. Graves, of Livingston, is here on hus1- nc s this week. Misses Martha and Fannie Kirby were the guests of Mr. W. M. Bullock, taturdav evening. Mrs. James Bullo:k, nf Level CS recti, spent last week with Mrs. W. A. McKitinev. Misses Tax C.utitry, J K, 1 acre land (Irecn, Annie:, So nuis land tawrencc, J C, 1 town lot Patterson, MrsJ C, 1 town lot, years 1917 and 1918 Reynolds, Ott, y, acre land Thompson, A L, 20 acre land WhlUiker, Mary K, 1 aero land Precinct No. 3 A coil f3 7 6 13 12 0(1 38 11 7 17 $170,030.92 7 20 4 74 & LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Deposits Undivided Profits Tax cost 9 48 2 71 19 81 BEREA AFTER .WAR '. Arther, A, 1 town lot Conn, Ann, 8 ucrcs land Martha and Fannie Kirby are Dooley, W I, 40 acrs land knitting for the soldiers. They Kly, O J, a ivcre land McrritiKlou, J W, 37 acrca land have knit twelve fait of socks Howard, Mat, 33 mires laud and ten sweaters Little Miss Kidwcll, L K, 75 acres land Ruth Cummins is with her .sister, Martin, Mnlisslc, 40 acres land Mrs Nollie Bullock. Mrs D. B. Ouelis, Don, U0 acres land Barron'remains very sirk. Mrs. Parsons, G (i, 6 acres land Phillips, Charles, 11 acres land W. H Retinor and children spent lullius, Daro, 83 acres land last Friday with Mis. Nora Wilson, John, 150 acres land Wdson, Jolinic, 2S acres laud Wynn, Mrs , 30 acres land Precinct No. 4 Program AND OTHERS 3 98 6 15 13 97 14 61 21 11 6 15 5 14 5 14 3 G7 7 Ml 5 10 21 67 ...... . FRIDAY '. $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 Co mmissioner s Salt ROCKCASTLK COURIER-JOURNA- L Tax&coa CIRCUIT COURT. RETURNING SOLDIERS f and intensify its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in tho Foundation, Vocational,Academy,Nonnal& Col ego Departments. Rerea recognizes that there aro splendid people in the mountains that cannot got an education in the average high priced school, and to those peoplo 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. now it ts ready to enlarge that of commerce, industry, and social reform is just beginning. The ilqwor of the manhood of America which rallied to the defense of our great nation is now returning h o m e to follow the ordinary pursuits of p en c o . These With its fixed high prinreturning sold iers ciples aud ideals, makes with their enlarged, this warning call to every vision of life will, natambitious young man and urally bccometlie leadwoman in the steal mountain region. J3 e r e a has ers of their coirit'iiuni-ties- , bcenonohundred percent and to do justice patriotic through the war to themselves and contributing more than one thousand students their peoplo 'they must be thoroughly and twenty faculty members to the service and prepared, - The World Conflict of Arms Is Over- College BEREA " 5!i! What would happen to me if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Makings you don't know a good excuse I have. Can't Kelp IMpirj Myself they're so fpodl Good jcr mo too, because Calumet Ba'dn.qs are wholesome end casi'y digested. Millions of mothers use ALU MET BfiMlKQ P017DER because irsults and is li;causcofUspurity it alurayi rIvm licit in coit and use." Calumet contain oily uch IngrcJtcntt at havm an provd officially by th U, 5. J'ooJ Authuritlct, ltn Voti move tnhen you buy II. you us You mave then II. a ajj4Vjtmaiscj lainY-Tir-C- T s?w otirtLrrv VWABOS For full injormaliion and advice, write to BEREA, KENTUCKY L.NOS E.Vaughn Marshall Bocrntury College 4 11 MiSstUKi jClffiilSfA JhnJI. 25 acres land 3 98 IIa7zelwooU, Kd,25 acres land I'laintifiT 7 0' Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land vs : 14 20 W. C. KirijY, I.iuvillo Heirs, tiO acres land Defendant, 4 30 Lunccfonl, ludp-c- , 18 acres land nnd : Com mlseioner's Sale Precinct No. 6 Bamk ok Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff, Tax & cost vs : $ 6 12 Owens, Mattie, 30 acres land Missouri Kamsky. Precinct No. 6 Defendants. Admix , &., Tax & cost By virtue of a judgment and 15 03 acres land Lnswcll, W K, Robinson, G G, 4 21 order of the Kockcastle Circuit acres land Precinct No. 7 Court, tendered at the April Tax & cost Term, 1918, thereof, in the above Henley, Lloyd, acres laud $10 65 cause I shall proceed to offer for Cotton, Lizzie, 2 44 acres laud sale at the court house door in Hughes, Mrs Carrie, towu lot 5 18 Llyhi;ston Lumber Co, town lots 24 90 Mt Vernon, Ky., ao tho highest Wolf, Kd, 4 24 and best bidder, at public auction, acres land acres land Allen, Phil T, 20 80 on Monday, Fobruary 3, 1919, beWlllmott, R T, town lot 4 63 ing the first day of tho regular Precinct No. 8 Circuit Court for said county, be Tax & cost tween the h urs of 9 o'clock a m. Arnold,' Mrs J S, SO acres land 1 3 98 and 4 o'clock p. in , upon a credit Ilradley, J II, 50 acres land 4 11 Itcnncr, M P, 30 acres land 5 20 of six months the following do Koborta, J 11, 05 acres laud 0 99 scribed property: Sears, P O, 25 acres laud 4 08 Ouo house and lot located in Mt. Sears. Charlie, 30 acres land 4 03 Vernon, Kentucky, and bounded Taylor, J A, 25 acres land 3 28 as follows: Beginning at a stake in u line between S.B. Ramsey aud Precinct No. 9. Tax & cobt J.W.Parsons; thence with tho Mt public Orchard Gibbons, N T, 80 acresjand fllOO Vernou-OraHoward. Delia, JO acres land 4 45 road 200 ft ; thonce South 300 ft. 11 50 to lino of R 13. Mulllns; Lout,', Shcva, 47 acres laud thence G 45 McWMliams, W U, 5 acres land Kust 208 ft. to a lino of J.W. Par Reynolds, C J, 75 acres laud arsons lino to 6 58 sons; tbenco with Stephens, Tom, 40 acres land 3 97 place of beginning. Towury, Lula, 3 acres laud Or suflldent thereof to produce Precinct No. 10. tho sum of $368.26, with legal in Tax.V cost terost fiora the May, Clark, A M. 12 acres land flO 30 1918, until paid and the cost of Duvall Heirs, 100 acres land 2 38 Hicks, I 7, 30 acres land 4 67 this action. Howard, Uettle, 88 acres land For the purchase price tho pur 9 Oil Johnson, G M, 1 town lot 6 72 chaser must execute bond, with 14 99 Metcalf. Charlie, 50 acres laud approved surety, bearing legal in Ross, L D, 86 acres land 6 47 terest from day of r.alo until paid 7 acres latin Spoonamore, S J, 5 10 and having the force and effect of Thompsou, Joe, 3 10 acres laud a judgment. Bidders will bo pre Precinct No. 11. - CHERRY INDORSED BY HIS HOME PEOPLE Great Assembly Cheer the Noted Educator and Adopt Stirring Resolutions Endorsing His Candidacy for Governor. A great man meeting ai held at Iiowlln? Green on Saturday, December the candidacy ot Dr, ISth, to endo-.sII. II. Cherry for the Democratic nomi nation for Governor. It wai an en and one which thusiastic honed that the people of his natlyc county, among whom ho has lived and worked all his life, appreciate his Qualities of life and leadership, c -- him an earnest and effective champion.. Every moral Issue which has ri3i:i has always found him on the right side. Every progressive meas- S j I'; Dr. n. szmJ b IZ. CllnmtY, Ooirllnir Orrrn. fclluw-townsm- nthdayof Tax&eosi pared to comply with these terms. Anglln, I) M, 30 acres land 0 50 G. S GllIFFlN. Bowman, Luther, 100 acres iaud 8 30 Master Commissioner TUB BEST COUGH Precinct No. 12. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Tax & cost MEDICINE. acres land $ 8 54 Jackson, Charles, acres land 3 28 When a drugRist finds tbat Lamb, Itichard, acres laud Meadows, Win, 7 20 his oustomots all spcuk well of a Mrs. Jones Durham and little Mizu, L M, 4 31 acres land certain preparation, ho forms a Rockcastle Cement & Llmo Co, daughter, Jessie, of Dango, were t A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING good opinion of it nnd when in acres land 651 80 guests of her daughter, Mrs, S2I GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postoflico LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY' need ot such a mcdlcino is ul Precinct No. 13. Bert Mullins Saturday and Sun Trains young: men and women for Business or Civil Service Tax ic cost day. -- Ben Mullins was in tho to use it himself and positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of most certain 9 3 41 in his family. This is why so Dooley. Pat, 6 acres land wostorn part of tho county last employment should write for full information at once. 4 65 many druggists use and recom Harrison, Wtn, 8 acres land weolc There woro services at Todd, Harrison, 129 acres land 42 52 mend Chamberlain's Couh RemCavo Ridge Saturday and Sun Precinct No. 14. edy. J. B. Jones, a well known Tax cost day conducted by Uev Parker. druggists of Curbun, Ky., says Allen, Joe, 30acrv.sland 3 70 Bort Tarsley, of Oakley, was in this part buying cattle last week. "I havo used Chamberlain!. Drowning,. K S, 60 acres land, years 19171918 10 05 Miss Ruth Mulllns spent last Cough Remedy in my family for Mr. Marion Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite Bullock, W It, 25 acres land, SITNCKIt, I'mMcul CIIAS.C. IIAHltl-f- , lco 1're.lfeat It. U. LI.NDStY. becnur Commercial School WITHERS and uro back of his candidacy. Mr. Morgan Hughes, a of Dr. Cherry, und a noted western Kentucky farmer, reported, as chairman of the Commutes on Resolutions, the following resolutions, which Y.LTC unanimously and enthusiastically adopted: "The Democrats of Warron county, hailing from every precinct within her borders. In mass meeting assembled do hereby confidently and enthusiastically commend to tho Democracy of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, tho candidacy of II, II. Cherry, who occIcb hiu parti's nomination as Its candidate for Governor, at the primary election to be he id on August 2, 1313, Dr. Cherry was born and reared In Wariu county, springing from a Christian family ot hardy pioneers. Hero he has spent his life, llore ho has risen by his unaided to efforts, from an humbio farmer-la- d become the hrad of a great educational Institution, In which the peoplo everywhere feel a Justified prldo; and from hero his Influenco for good has radiated throughout tho entire State. movement for Every forward-lookin- g the credit of tho State and tho wel. fare of the people nas always had In ure whlch'han been proposed, whether educa- for governmental efficiency, tlonal expansion, agricultural betterment, or purity In politics, has always received his unflagging support. Ho g is an earnest and Democrat, who has hitherto been content to be a worker In the ranks. Ills excellent ability, tried through years of experience, and tested by many difficulties, is of thu highest order. Personally honest, politically Incorruptible, trained In tho difficult work of intelligent and effective leadership, ho is eminently qualified to fill the office of Jovcrnor, with credit alike to himself and to tho Commonwealth. We, his y men, earnestly endorse his candidacy, und confidently bespeak for him tho generous support of every Democrat eviry where throughout the cutlro State." Dr. Cherry has Issued a progressive program. In his announcement he states that ho submits his desires to tho people, and under no circumstances will ho bo a candidate of any political faction. He stands for perfecting tho tax and road laws; for organizing the finances of the Stato upon u sound, equitable, and Just basis; for economy and efficiency In all departments of Stato government; for the elimination of every usolcss Job and all forms of waste; for local. State and National prohibition; for the riglit of suftragu for tho women of tho State equally with tho men; for safeguarding and promoting the rights of the laboring man; for better rural schools; for better health conditions; for a Judiciary, and. for the management of charlt-abl- o and penal Institutions, free from all political Influences. He also endorses reforms along other vital lines. IIo 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, nnd agriculture, which Is the basis of our wealth, should be fostered and raised to the hluhest detrree of efllrlpnrv lln iIa. clures that Kentucky needs more fields ot auairn, more ngriculturul 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 sutiDort. and If you feel like writing him, he wouia Bretttly appreciate hcarlut; rrom you. life-lonfellow-count- ' .;;. ...i.iiuiiiiii, n.iiM ii4i.ii.. .1.1 1 ill.' !i i;sizz;, !! STOMACH TROUBLE 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, bul after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wert no good at all for my trouble. I heard a long while tho past sevon years, and havo years found It to bo tho best cough Carpenter, V C, 75 acres land Ingram, Paulina, 25 acres laud rncdiciuo I have over known." 1017-191- 8 ;PR0PERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of ' Greatest Importance, ; It your eyes are allowing any de tects now is tuo time. to see THEDFORD'S Black-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 an more." Black-Draug- ht acts on the Jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of throwlngout waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be In every household for use In time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. DR. MOORE, Cojt,auJdioeJ' The Optician Mj.Vwnon, Ky. C,C. ATTOUNKY-AT'LA- Williama MT VEHNON.KY, ONE CENT A DOSE (J HI OFFICHHyPn 3rd. floor of Bank oHMl. Vernon, on Church St. Special atteu tlon given collections. "PNONK 8o Roberts has envolced his store and .moved, jt to. J. M. Roberts' 24 02 year of Cooksburg and they willfotm 11 84 Mulllns, Sam, 112 acres land to tho , Born, 3 28 partnership, Mareiu, Lincoln, 25 acres land 6 00 to tho wife of Bort Mullins, Jan. Eddie, 75 acros land Kobiusou, Robinson, Garnctt, 15 acres land 9, a t)py. J, H. Roberts Is in year 1917 aud 2918 4 21 Jackoon county on a business ponder, Will, 8 acres land 6 84 trip. J.'H. is a hustler and Is Vauj-u- , 4 60 All, 20 acres land on the go all the timo buying Precinct No. 15. & Luia-- , Tax&cost ties forthotiarmountTie Albert Furman oougut $ 9 88 ber Co Chesnut, W J, 10 acres land 8 07 ofMrs-lxiufAllen, a calf for Tyrce, Ellen, 44 acres land a"7 34 $20' Married: Mr. John Bonds, Tyree, James, 14 acres land, son of FJattian, Bonds aud Miss Mary Bally, daughter of W. S. FOR FLETCHER' BalloyonJan' 8th, at tho home of the bride. Misses Minnio and Ola Durham, of prufso, were with rafae&xa&ftD Miss Bitba Daughorty Sunday. L. W. BETHURUrA Mullins, Win, Heirs, 100 7 80 8 17 3 20 week with her cousins, Misses, Sallio and Ada Mullius J. H. I P. I GRIFFIN BARCAIN HOUSE 1 I ! iti. ..' M acres land, 1817-181- 8 XMAS is over, but you still have to eat and enjoy life. You will still find a Complete Liuoof Fresh Vegetables FRUITS' X ' sa Children Cry And all kindu of Canned Goods, together with high grades of Meat, Lard, Flour nud Meal, and in factj everything that is kept in a llrstlclnss Grocery Store ' . CASTORJA ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBHNON, RY. Will practice in all the court 8. Office on Cnurcn oircet HOUSE Mt. Vernon A P,Q.GRIFFIIM BARGAIN NVe8t South THE ' S'0 Main w Street r- -- C A SJTLCLRL A .iiiiilii itiittMiiiiiiiitttliitiMiiti OfcUdran ,Oxy FLETCHER'S FOR J. R. Cummins. Pron. ' 11111111 txxx