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VERNON, fmiil KTTM 4 ESTABLISHED J 8 8V :v ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1919 NUMBER 18 i SALE Ladies' Coats Just a few more days that you can buy crowd" which must have been heard for miles. The guns continued to roar at regular intervals but it must have been almost a half an hour before the advance guard of the party appeared a detachment of the famous bf-fo- re ifTTVi 4 4 "VTyVT T 4 iV? Cuirasseurs (Dont think that is spejled right), splendidly mounted wilh all the magnificent trapping which you have read about, their helmets glistening in the sun no less than the flowing black plumes which fell from the top of their helmets down the back of their necks. It was a sight to bring back the days of Napoleon's famous French cavalry 'so admired in history. Following them came the personal body guard of the President in closed automobiles and then the two Presidents of the greatest republics on earth in a modest carriage drawn by the same fine span of blacks which I had seen at the 4th of July celebration; which I had seen draw the King of England and President Poincare on Thanksgiving day and which I afterwards on Dec. 19th saw CIRCUIT COURT FEBRUARY 3, 1919 Come and sec me when you come to court. I need the money. Sugar, granulated per lb " 10c per lb Lard 241c Laundry Soap, per bar 5c Salmon,.. per can 20c per lb Quaker Oats, per box White Fawn Flour, fg Coffee (G00TTEEL) 25c 12c 0 $1-4- COATS LADIES' 'We can save at less than one half. ? ? Hundreds of Bargains in Men's Hats, Work and Dress Shirts, Shoest Etc Harness, Saddles, Automobile Tires, Enamelware, Tinware I just can't keep this: I have a nice assortment of "Arrow Brand " Collars to go at 10c each you from twelve to fifteen dollars on every Coat. All sizes in all the different materials draw the King of Italy and President Poincare on that Kings visit to Paris. 1 have wondered just how much money it would take to buy that pairj)f horses Following the Presidents' carriage came one with Mrs. Wilson, SUTTON & McBEE ' MT. VERNON INTERRESTDSfG 1 KENTUCKY LETTER FROM CtD VjJCiiN 1 IX Y ( rather to be explicit and use the real title, "King of the Belgians". In order to be present on the ar- - to leave Dijon at 2 o'clock in the morning. Nearly everybody els e mnst have been . going also, as Paris, France. when I sot to that train it was Mr James Maret, looked imposI so crowded that it Mt. Vernon, Ky. sible to get on it. If you know Mv Dear Mr. Maret: In my last letter to Edgar 1 how a first class French coach is promised him to write about the built, the compartments were which are reception of the President in full and the aisles, along the side of the coach were .Paris, if I reached here in time to see it, but I have been want- - filled like sardines in a box, stand, ing to write you for so long ing, but another Y man and I and have neglected it so long had made uo our mind to go to that I decided I would write Paris on that train. Finally two you and you can turn this letter American soldiers looking out a over to him after reading it. I window said that we might have neglected my promise to squeeze in the aisle beside them, Albright any way, but the 'fact if we could manage to get to is that the reception of Kings them which was about the mid-au- d Presidents in Paris has been die of the coach. We handed so frequent in the last month our baggage in the window and that I have been surprised at tfien tried to get in but it was the people have turned out. possible. The aisle was packed I have been fortunate enough to at both ends right against the be present at them all except that doors with people, who could not of King Albert cf Belgium, or have opened the doors if they im-how USE White fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you. Satisfaction guaranteed or money baclci Made Only by-- Crab Orchard Milling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Madame Poincare, Miss Wilson and others, which was followed by still others containing French notables from M. jClemeuceau on down, the last official carriage vice with the army of occupacontaining some French Generals tion, and incidently spending and our own "Blackjack" Persh Christmas in what has been ing, looking for all the world as termed" recently the political cap--i innocent and modest as a school ital of the world. I went down boy, not a sign except the roarof yesterday afternoon to see the the "doughboys" as ae'passed. to annual Christmas swimming race to indicate that he bad just led to across the Seine which the French victory the greatest army our have made an event for many great nation has ever produced. years. This year it was open to any one connected with any of I am persuaded from the-smi- le on nis iace tnat he was enjoying the allied armies, both men and himself immensely. Of course women. There were fifteen men the crowd went wild when the and two women took the plunge had wanted to and were not very President and party went by. You into the" almost icy water of the much inclined to do so any way could hear expressions every- river for the more than a quarter and 1 did not blame them. We where of "Grande President Wil- of a mile swim, including four went back to the window and the son (Great President Wilson), American soldiers, two of which soldiers suggested we try that, Madam Wilson Tres joli (Very came out fourth and fifth in the but there was an iron bar square Pretty)". A very amusing thing race, while the first three places across the middle of it and not a was a movie operator on top of were won by French soldiers. large window besides. The man a limousine following the party The French swimmers really had with me was a long lanky fellow ettinp a nifttnra of tho Twhnl the advantage as they had swam It a v4 1aH ikntin from Spartanburg, S. C, and I proceeding, luc iuoia l also saw a movie. how iivextake the uoiuic ttiiu kucw felt that if he could get through man perched high on to current. One of one of the with his surplus length, I could window sills of "the American the women was a dispatch rider make it with my surplus Peace Commission headquarters and the other an ambulance thickness so 1 persuaded him to and he must rave, gotten a splen- driver for the French Governtry. With my help on the out- did picture of the whole parade ment. Ihave never so longed to side and the soldiers on the in- across the Place de la Concorde. be at home as in these last few side, we managed to get him in, On Monday ran . into I 'the Presi- days during Christmas. to the great amusement of a dent's parade lam leaving tonight for Cob-Ient- z twice, accidently. where I am to report for great crowd of French soldiers Parades in Paris have been. so both in and out of the coach. frequent of late that you are al- work. I do not know whether I This left me in rather bad shape ways bumping inter them. The will be, located there, but will be for there was no one to boost me fact is that for the past month somewhere in that region along up to the window, but when! all you needed to start a parade the Rhine. 1 will go by wav of Chalon, Toul, started a Frenchman came to my was a snare drum and flute, the Chateau-Thierr- y, Epernay, Nancy, Metz and Treves assistance and they dragged me Union Jaclr and "Old in. We stood or sat on each .Glory", and you never fail. to get and will likely reach Coblentz other all the way. but I wan t to a crowd, even though your sometime tomorrow night. I give credit to that train. It was crowd really had no idea what will give you mp impression of Mrs. Gentry the fastest one I have ever seen the parade about lots of times,. Germany soon. in France. It made that two The celebration in honor of the writes me that you have been your car to the limits this hundred miles in less than four President kept' up from Saturday hours, which is not bad time, mcrning until Monday night, summer instead of doing your getting started late and putting snatching American hats and work on foot. I hope to be home us into Paris before eight o'clock. caps being a prominent feature sometime during the summer. The President was to at rive at of the celebration; At first I My address will be the same as while in France,, I2 Rue ten so we hustled to a hotel and thought it was only a joke, and d Agues seau, Pans. thence to the Place de la Concorde when a MadamoiseiTe snatched Yonr friend, It was then little after nine my over seas cap and ran, I E. R. Gentry. o'clock, but the place was stood round for a while, expectcrowded and people pouring in ing her to bring it back, fcut I from every direction. Across' soon learned they were keeping the Concorde bridge down tha them for souvenirs. I saw many S. T. Young, of Mt. Vernon, left bank of .the Seine back officers and men, .irom Majors sold the old residence part of the across the Alexander III bridge on dow.n going, in that night' bare T. Woodyard property to R. H. and as far, as you could see up headed, and not ip too good a E. Hamm. for seventeen hundred the Champs-Elys- ee toward the humor. T also' saw the entrance dollars. Mr.Hamm gets the resiArch of Triumph the parks, side- into the city of the King of Italy dence, a small garden and a lot walks and houses were black on Dec. 19th? You will not be so lying 'back of it This property with people and only kept out of much interested in that, although sold a few years ago, including the street by the French soldiers th'ey turned out and gave him a the entire farm and a small cotwho lined the street on both side royal welcome. tage for $2,000. Mr. Hamm will for the whole distance of four Perhaps you will wonder what tear down the old residence and miles'. My friend and I perched 1 m doing in Paris so much. 1 haveariice modern brick put in ourselves high on a captured spent a part'" of my ""vacation in its' place just to "his liking. The German cannon and began our Paris the last week; in. November. work will- - begin with the coming .. j, wait. Just past ten o'clock the Two weeks ..... Mrs. Smith rnrei 4w ouiiuta of early spring first of the big gun salute of toreport in Paris for service yi (Afems, mother of Fin Adams, of twenty one shots shook the air Germany. Fhave been here for &? here, an J Miss Mary Adams, announcing the arrival of the more than ten days getting clear-- :tk Crab Orchard, was badly. ' party at the station and with the ance orders, being completetepfifned last Satuiday. when her shot went up a .shout from the for four mouths thing caught fire from the stove. W. Spot F. The Bright I ITTVI r BAKER Just on-accoa- Opposite the Court House 1 Mrs. Adams is very old ana of the great excitement, the severity ot her burns and her weakened condition, her recovery is very doubtful. Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Laurel, spent several days last week with her parents, Eld. and Mrs. L. N. Bowling. Henry Price, of Bridgeport, Ind., was here the first of the week the gifestof Mrs. John Riddle and family. Mrs. Beaty, of Science Hill, and her daughter, Miss Bet-tiwas the guest of her mother, Mrs. John Riddle, over Sunday. -- Miss Mary Adams, of Crab Or chard, is with her mother, Miss Smith Adams, whjo was burned last Saturday. Mrs. Bert Owens died at her home near Maretburg, Sproule, were here from Lebanon Junction, the first of the week with her father, P. Francisco. Mrs. S E. Chandler was in Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, between trains. Dr.E.J. Brown, of Stanford.was here Tuesday to see C.H. Frith in consultation with Dr.W.F. Carter. Mr. Frith has a severe case of rheumatism and don't seem to get any better. His condition is rather critical. H. T. Young, of Mt. Vernon, and his brother, Jas. e, " B & T- - L. Young, of Cincinnati, were in town Wednesday. O. V. Jarrett sold his residence property on East Main street to W.G. Ballard this week for $700 Mrs. John Robins, and her sister, Miss Clyde Watson, are in Pineville Tuesday morning, with pneu- for a few days. monia, and her remains were buried here Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist church cemetery, I after short services by the Rev. For Infants and Children A. J. Pike. Besides her husband, Years she is survived by a large family In Use For Over Always bears ot" children, several sisters, one the CASTOR 30 A Tri-colo- r, en-joyj- ng brother and a fatherr Chas. and D. B. Chandler sold a farm of about 100 acres, recently purchased from Morgan Helton, and known as the Cyrene Lawrence farm, to Robert Lee Wilson, of Virginia, for $2,000. Mrs. Doug Roberts, of Junction City, was here this week the guest of Mrs. J.R.Cass and other relatives. W. P. Rigsby bought a farm from John A. Osborne the first of the week. This farm contains about 100 acres and is a part of the old Isaac Grabeel farm. Mrs. J. D. Pike, and little Miss Frankie Signature of C&&zfMc&ai NO GREAT ACT OF HEROISM REQUIRED. Lf some act of heroism was necessary to protect a child from croup, no mother would hesitate to protect her offspring, but when it is only necessary to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aud give it as soon as the first indication of croup appears, there are many who neglect it. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is within the reach of all and is prompt anQ" effectual. rHXH i 5 BRODHEAD Watch this Space for Bargains AND Save Money -- I i I i i Ml? -- Vj; JOHN.RO BINS k BRODHEAD 4 i I aifjg if g J-Ktr NMMMNK , t . A TvTT-i- xvxi - V v r w.ax o Si 1 .Elected trict. Friday, Jan. 31, 19 19 the 2oc Road Tax in anyone magisterial will be ex pended un the roads in that dis b Children Cry for Fletcher's IT IS ONLY IN clear to the people that ever. cent paid' in because of th2 exti 2oc tax would be expended on $I.O SUBSCRIPTION ONE VKAK toads in their own magistem district, that the propositi Aivertising rates maae known on would carry by a large majority application Published every Friday fa EDGAR S. 'ALBRIGh T. I believe that if it wpre mad THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL I think it nrghty importan J however, that the election called immediately and voted o KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION within the next thirty or s'x days, because at that time ti roads will be bad and the peop can better see the needs for mor. money. Therefore, I am urgently r questing that a special meeti. FIRST WURLD POWER. of the Fiscal Court bi called am THE Onr own Woodrow Wilson, who that the election be authorized Very truly, almost shouted in holy enthusi . Wiley, asm at the plenary session of the Commissioner held on SaturPeace Conference representaday last, that mankind are no longer Clarence Ricfcels tives of the governors of mankind. The Germany fortunes of mankind are now In of the hands of the plain people Dec. 29, 198. the world. Satisfy them, and only justfled their Dear mother arid all: you have not I guess you think I have confidence, but established peace. you entirely, but I haven't. Fad to satisfy them, and no arrangement that you can make This is about the first time I either will set up or steady the have had a chance for a lonji peace of the world. Our boys time and it has been five months came into this war not merel. s nee I have bad anv mail from to win a war. but as crusaders you. it was all sent to tne nos to win a cause and I am respon- pital and has never returned. I sible to them for it falls to me don't know whether I will ever to formulate the purpose for get it or not. I got a letter from which I asked them to fight". Charlie L a few davs ago. fie It was not Woodrow Wilson as said he was well. We have been Chief Executive of the United walking some for the last two We came through States who thus spoke, who with months. Belgium, Luxemthese and many other flaming France and burg, and now we are going words sent into death the world's structure of the past and laid through Germany. We are in "a upon its ruins the corner stone pretty nice country now. The of a new age. It was Wilson the old people are treating us good rebel against all that is dark and They are sure glad the war is foul and sinister in the affairs of over. Of course I am too. We mankind; Wilson the liberator, are now camping on the Rhine tired by his own and his country's river We are about twenty ideals; the crusader, the inspir- miles from Coblenze and Cologne, ing and inspired spokesman of two large German cities. Rethe American people, not as their member we did not ride, we master but as their servant. He walked all the way, with about whose eloquence smashed to seventy pounds on our backs. The smithereens any oppositions that old Rainbow Division certainly had remained to the plan of the have been around some. We league of nations and the confer first started on the Lorraine front ence, acting upon his speech, and spent six month in trenches. wrote what will be known as the Then we were called upon the birth certificate of the league of Charapaigne front. Then we got our real open fights. We stop nations. MEMBER OF The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has .been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ' Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 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It you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute The Louisville Evening Times for the Morning Courier Journal' at the same rate. r 7- - ji -- v s.,. you were calltd upon at Chateau- going? Thierry where the great American To the Mount Vernon Court offensive started and I was in House. four days hard fighting there; I When ? got wounded and was sent to the Monday, February third. hospital where I stayed two Where are you going, Sam ? months and came back to my Same place, John, same place. company. We are longing for What are you going for John ? the day to come when the old For the same reason you are famous Rainbow Division will going Sam. get orders to start for the port What is that? to load on. I dont think that Why to do my duty as a fathei, day is long off. Well, mother, neighbor and good citizen. this is all for this time. Tell Well, what are they going to papa to write to me. Give all do on that day at the Court my love. It wont be long until I House ? will be at home. Good by, love Why all good citizens who want to all. whiskey and the bootleggers Your son, driven out of Rockcastle are goPrivate Clarence Rickels. ing to have a mass meeting next 166 U. S. Inf. Monday, headed by Judge B. J Bethurum, Hon. Walter Flippin, Judge Mullins and a boit of others and there plan to rigidly Miss Lela McCall has returned enforce the law against the sale from a four months stay in Kan and traffic of intoxicating liquors. sas.- - Kouse Wilmott is improvGood, glad to hear it, and I ing slowly. Miss Liza Vance, of will be there to help them in this place and Mr. Archie Covevery way. ington, of Lavrel County were DEPARTMENT OF. PUBLIC married last Satm day. Charlie Phil beck Lold his farm to Will e ROADS. Sams for Slooo. He is moving Frankfort, Kentucky. to Mt. Vernon to make his home January 27, I9I9 Dick Cumwith his father-in-law- , Dear Sir: mins Wick Thompson's family It has come to my attention all have flu-- . Miss Roxie Thompthat some of the members of the son was called home von the acvarious Fiscal Courts throughout count of the serious illness of the State fail to understand that her father's family. Miss Martha the State Road Department has Wallen accompanied her. Mr. nothing, to do with the funds de- and Mrs. Lee Middleton visited rived from the 20c Road Tax in Mt Vernon Sunday., Mrs. The law states that the revenue Bert Owens died 1at her home must be expended by the Fiscal at this place early Tuesday Court on the roads and bridges morning of pneumonia She leaves in the c&unty. This department a husband and several small has realized for sometime past children to mourn her death. the county officials did not have Wade Hunt is discharged from sufficient money to work tfieir the service and is. now at home. roads and we have been endeav Sherman Owens is at home on oring to call this to their atten- a ten day furlough Mrs. K. J. tion and have them authorize McKinney was the guest of , her the election, and to assist them mother, Mrs. Marsh Owens 'Sun as much as possible in placing day. Logan . McCall aud wife the matter before the public so it and Mr. and Mrs. Gove Frith will carry. were with their mother, Mrs. This office is interested in all Lucy McCall last Sunday. roads in any county. If a Fiscal Court desires it can, before au ' FOR FLETCHER'S election, pass an , - Jboriz5iE-Jne &Z. on Hey, John, where are ped the Germans there and we IBS q -- If you wish the big Sunday Cour.er Journal with the Dailv Courier-Journadd At single copy retail sale price The Sunday Courier Journal costs for one year 3.64. You save Si. 14 by ordering The Sunday Courier Journal with this combination. Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of the al $2 50. MT. VERNON SIGNAL MT. VERNON, KY. f Wry 2.96 obo; 0 ToStpckfaiserJ B WILLAILLA some fane having weather now and the farmers are getting busy preparing for We are . aa a their evil' MARETBURG The above diagram shows the distribu- tion of the average Swift dollar received v from sales of beef, pork and mutton, 'during 1918. and their Jby-prdducts, 1919 instructive Joins lent on rtqutst. AddreM Swift C& Company . Union Stock Ydkds, Chicago, Illinois Vr Book ofinterednjf.ndj j -- S Wi Swift & Company, U.S. A. Osborne is with her daughter, Mrs K. Thompson who is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sbntts' spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother, Bennett Brown. Hobart Goffe, who is attending school at Berea, was with home-folJ Saturday and Sunday. Miss Grace Thompson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Marion Smith near Crab Orchard. - -- Mr.and Mrs. Booker Mullins, of a Walnut Grove, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Owens Sunday. Miss Georgia Gentry is with j her grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Brown at Level Green. Charlie DeBord has moved his family into the house recently vacated by J. L. Reynolds. Mrs M. P. Craig has returned from a ks 1919 crops. Mrs. Mary I n n nrMPPin n . y. w mm mm m n '- nnim iini nr : !ZI!. : I,.. a;... iizzx. .. " WHEN YOU WANT Come in and sec us. A look is the surest way to find out. where you can get what you want for the least money. Everything new and fresh and our prices right. - DRY GOODS DON'T FORGET OUR " " " " GROCERY DEPARTMENT T HE " " P.Q.GRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE South SK1e West Main street Mt. Vernon few days visit with her sister, A THE MOST -- DANGEROUS DISEASE delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, or have pains in the back waffe up Ht once. Tour kidneys need help. "These are signs to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their func- -' tlons properly. They are; only half doing: their work and. are allowing- Impurities to accumulate and be converted into uric acid and other poisops, which are causing you distress jndJwUl destroy ytu unless they are driven A from your system. - No organs of 'the human body are so important to health and Ions life as the kidneys. When they alow up and commence to lag In their duties, look out! Find out what the trouble Children Cry I. A. STORIA Holland. .They are convenient to take, - prompt or anawlll either give-refunded. relief for your money will be Ask any drug store, but be aure to them at get the original Imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes. In sealed packares. Three sizes. Mrs. Lizzie Craig and nephew, J. The M. Craig at Lancaster. & family of K. Thompson has flu. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Owens spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Goffe, near Plato. Born, to the wife of W. B. Poteet, a boy. Misses Ona and Gertrude Brown of the Quail section, were guests of Miss Maud Brown Saturday Maurice night and Sunday. returned, home Thompson has after a few weeks stay with hig sister, Mrs. Charlie Riddle, of Miss Lora Stevens Indiana. Miss Katherine Denny spent Get some GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil and Capsules at once. .The aro an old, tried Monday with the latter's sister, preparation used all over the world for Mrs. Lottie DeBord. Miss Mvr centuries. They contain only soothingoils combined with tie Owens spent Monday at the strength-givin- g and herbs, well known and used by physiuncle, M. P. Craig. cians in their dally practice. GOLD home of her MEDAL HaaTlem 01) Capsule are imDessie Hicks was the guest ported direct from the laboratories in Mis& - "ilMIIIIIMINfHtlMMIIItMIIIIMIMllMu.: E.MJ3 rntlileol CUAS. C. HAKKIS. Ylco rtiialifniif J. R. Cummins. .Prnn. . wfB ,9 R. H. UXDSEY. Secrctarj - Commercial School A REGULARLY 321 INCORPORATED GUTHRIE STREET, North of Potoffice INSTITUTION OP LEARNINS LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY portions. Trains younar men and women for Buwnes or Gvil Service All who detire to aualify for either cr both lines of employment should write for full information at oace. I a few weeks visit with his aunt, at Lexington. HR. WALTER r--ss 'system-cleansi- ng C. C. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Williams MT. Dentist OSce Over U. G. Baker's Stors KENTUCKY maezam VERNON, of Miss Grace Thompson Sunand Mrs. J. S. Cumday MT.VEENON.KY. mins spent Monday night with his moiher, Mrs. Mary Cummins. r .Mr. OFFICE.- - On2nd.floorof( Bank of Mt. Vernon, onj Church St. Special atten uon given collections. iJ ' 1 - ' HpJ ? f.j; "If "- Fiad Lovins has returned after t- nonr 80 ' i'.- - Subscribe for Signal - Wt. ,. !.--- ii , 1 A .. ":.. - . 4 Another child of MtVernon Signal died yesterday from Bev. Thomas the effects SALESMEN WANTED to solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary 41 Mt. Vernon Ky, Jan. 31, tgi9 79 up "No. 79" wont toCommunt eae Tirtth SIGNAL wnenr. J7 of flu. This makes iour children or Commission. Mr. Thomas has lost since HARVEY OIL Ohio. W. R. McClure has sold his restaurant on Main slreet to John Address THE CO., Cleveland, A'. Renner, who will take charge tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Renner will move to the rooms in the Mt. Vernon Hotel, now occupied by ) Louisvillc Nashville R. R. Co. Mr. McClure. 22 24 23 south A soldier letter was received TIME TABLE. this week, without any name 4.0 p m nortn Such letters are 3:35 am signed to it. nortn 12:35 pm 12:45 a m 21 South Jas. Landrum, Agent. No. 8. Phone Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice mail matter. as stcond-cias- s PERS01SAL S. H. Martin continues very sick. E. J. Ford, of Danville, was in Mrs town yesterday. David C. Craig was down from Corbin yesterday. Mrs. Jesse Wren, of Wildie, is very low with pneumonia. Mrs. D L. Bryjfnt who was very sick last week is better. L. H Rucker, oi Wildie, has two boys very low with pneumonia The children of Lewis Cooper, which were so sick last week, are better. Mrs. Fred Baker spent a por tion of the week with home folks at Livingston. Vernon Blackaby's baby, 18 months old, is very sicK at Wildie with diptheria. Mrs. Harry N. Jones, of Stanford, was here Tuesday to see her mother, Mrs. S. H. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cummins They will move to Cincinnati. had a sale last Saturday and sold off everything. Andrew Owens was at home this week from Reading, Ohio, on account of the death of his step mother, Mrs. Bert Owens. Aubrey Martin who has been in the army stationed in New York, and. dandy. is'-at'hom- e Tip Langford and posse arrested Millard Arnold at his father's old home near the Pulaski county line at an early hour Tuesday morning. Arnold deserted the Army nearly a year ago and all attempts to arrest him have been futile. Arnold is considered a dangerous man and officers from Pulaski aud elsewhere failed to get him even though the effort was made. Our own Tip Lang-forwho fears no man while in the"- discharge ot .his cuty, or in any other capacity for that part, went and surrounded the house and without any demonstration took Arnold in charge, brought him to town and- the next morn-ind, -- consigned to the waste basket. Letters without the name of the writter would be of little if any heartfelt thanks! interest to any one. b. S. PURCHIX AND CHILDREN. Circuit court next Monday. The meeting- - at the Court If you owe the Signal a dollar or two, drop it in your pocket and House Monday at 1 p. m. will be bring it along. ,We need it and addressed by Judge B. J. Bethur-uand Commonwealth Attorney will appreciate1 it, if you will W. N. Flippin. Short addresses hand it to us. THe Signal man will be on the street ready, will- will be made by many citizens ining and anxious to take all that cluding ministere from different parts of the county. Arrangeis coming. ments have been made to furnish Reports coming from different chairs to increrse the seating casections of the. county indicate pacity-of the Count House. Every that the people mean to .come body is requested to be on hand out to attend the meeting Mon- promptly at one o'clock, as this day, which jis called to discuss will last only one 'hour and thirty means to stop boot legging. These minutes. people are not coming out thru W. H. Fish has been made lo curiosity,but ccming to assist in this great undertaking, and indi- cal manager for the cations are that there will be a Land & Development Co., a two larger crowd in town, than any million dollar oil concern organ ized one month ago by Paris, court day for many years. Ky., parties. This company is Sheriff m ve We have several packages dt pictures we have finished and lost the" name of the owner. If you have any overdue come in and look these over. & J. Fish & Son. Card of Thanks: To the neighbors, friends and relatives who were so kind and sympathetic during our recent sad bereav-men- t in the loss of our dear wife and mother, we extend our Tf3s. d ite S S Bj UF axe. GT?2ir2gj Home: "Meet them with a smile, dress up in a manner befitting so important an event Home-coming demands holiday regalia, the finest clothes you can obtain. Put up the front that will make them feel. the sincerity of your welcome. Dress Up. 1 The boys are coming home, back to the home folks and the old jobs. We've pre pared for their coming with the kind of civilian clothes they will want. And we provided for you, too, A real style exhibit. Don't fail' to see our new spring suits and other good things to wear. . home-coming I I COME IN AND SEE US DURING COURT OR ANY TIME YOU THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 1:00 TO 2:30 P, M. MONDAY, FEB. 3rd On ACCOUNT ANTI-LIQUO- R I ARE IN TOWN. USE OUR TELE-FONANY TIME YOU LIKE. E under same management as the THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS MEETING AT COURT HOUSE - Bourbon Oil & Development Co., a hundred dollars invested ' in the Bourbon when organized 18 months age is now worth 25oo.oo. E. J. Ford is District Sales Manager lor the and will be here with Mr Fish next Monday and will be glad te explain the proposition to Rockcastle people. This Co Operative stock Is now selling at 30c per share and bids fair to be worth par value of $l.oo per share. Their holdings are on Ross Creek in Estill County and in the Big Sinking fields where the real oil flows. - p Deputy, Sheriff. y took the prisoner to Camp Taylor and turned him over to the received from Jamie authorities. A letter Thompson says that he was badPaocTOR Cox: ' The marriage ly gassed in France, has been in of Mr. Claud C. Cox, a prosperous the hospital, but is getting along young business man of our town, alright. and Miss Amy Proctor, the oldest Misses Margaret and Mary daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. T Jjnes, of Oklahoma Uity, arrived Proctor was solemnized yesterday Wednesday for a visit with their afternoon at the home of the sister, Mrs. W. B. Spivey here bride's parents, on Williams and their father, M. B. Jones, at street. The wedding was a quiet Level Green. home affair, only the relatives of Rock- the contracting parties, and a Fred Hatcher, another castle soldier, just back from few close friends being present. France, is here on a furlough to Rev. H. T. -- Young said the words see his mother, who is very sick, that made this splendid couple but some better than last reported. man and wife. Mr. Cox is in the Fred had a wound in the shoulder hardware business and is one of from a machine gun. our most exemplary young men. John Rowe is back home from The bride is one of the most popuFrance having been discharged. lar of her set of the young people. He brought; back scars which They left on the 4:57 train for bears evidence of his service. Louisville and other points to He was shot through the ear, spend their honeymoon. We join It has im- with the host of friends in conclose to the head. gratulations and hearty good paired his hearing in that ear. Mrs. Sandidge and Mrs. C. B. wishes, for a long, happy and McKenzie arrived this morning prosperous wedded life. from Lunchburg. Va., to be with Tobacco; Farmers, raise totheir mother, Mrs. S. H. Martin, bacco and you will have a maiket who is very sick. Mrs. Casper at home. We are authorized by Adams, of Illinois and Private a number of business men of Mt. Aubrey Martin, of Camps Mills, Vernon to sav to the farmers of N. J. arrived early in the week. Rockcastle, when your W.G-Nicele- looking ne He is out on a -- OFFICE H P COFFEE CO. Jf you have any war relics Louis, Jan. 28, 19 19. sent or brought home from overSaint seas by our boys, bring them in P. F. Drdmmond, J. to FUn's for display. Livingston, Ky. Dear Sir : The Supervisors of Tax for You have again shown a splen 1919, appointed by judge Cam did increase in your RoastEd Cot-fe- Mullins, who will meet next sales, as you handled 2,848 week, are E Bullock. W. T. pounds more in 19 18 than the French, C. C. Jones, Napoleon year before. It was by far yonr Whitaker and W. H. Morris. largest year. Here is a report of your annual Jesse M alone, the man who inCoffee purchases according to our stalled the Mt. Vernon Power records. Co., and who was reported lost at sea a few weeks ago, writes Miss 19 14 5400 pounds Marguerite Welch that he is Farm For Sale: The Will I9I5 555'Pounds Dean farm 'of I58 acres lying 4 .1916 5920'pounds lvery much alive and. getting. miles west of Crab Orchard in along fine. He is in France. 1917 6682,!lpouDds 1918 9530 pounds Lincoln County, Ky. Good house You certainly have just cause and new barn, 4o acres grass, 2o a a a. acres timber, balance in cultiva- to be proud of this reoord. It tion, 2 and running proves that you not only have the water thru place. Full line regular patronage and confidence farming tools, 75 barrel corn in of your customers, but are alD MM crib, 6 horses, 3 cows and some ways gaining a lot of new trade, hay for sale. If you want a which is certainly very compligood place get busy aud see or mentary toyour method of doing business. write L. S. Doan, Corbin, Ky. GROCERY We want to again thank you James Maret, Mt. Vernon, W. for your liberal patronage and ex 0. Mclntyre, Danville, W. H. tend our best wishes for a conFish, and S. C. Franklin, Mt tinued growth in every departRed Kidney Beans Vernon, President, ment of your business. Secretary, and Assistant ' Very truly yours, lb. Secretary, respectively, of the, H P Coffee Company. Way Association, were Boone elected members of The Highe good-springs The Normal Department ZZZIZZZZ OF THE ZZZZZZI Mt. Vernon Is Graded Session and High School Now In All the subjects embraced in the Common School Curriculum are offered. Special work will be given in Agriculture and Laru's "The Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course $3.00 a month. High School , . . . $4.00 The World moves, and he who stands still is either crushed or lejt behind. D 'S CASH STORE Vice-Presid- ent, 10C ways Association of America, at the" big convention of the high ways associations of fortv four states, held at Kansas City, on Choice Hand Picked Navy Beans January 2lst. The object of the new tion is to bring associa- 12JCIL ft workers for 1 V Sherman Owens, son of Mrs.G. W. Brown has returned from France and is now at home on a furlough. Sherman was badly wounded on August nth, when a piece of shrapnel hit him in the front shoulder and was cut out under his shoulder blade. He has been in the hospital ever since. He landed in the U. S. A. on December i8tb, came to Camp Taylor two weeks ago and on last Monday was changed to convalescent department. He is looking good and says he is feeling well. LOCAL Send yonr films, to Fish's for developing and, finishing. FOR SALE. Registered Duroc boar, "Mil- ler's Col. Orion" No. 134,735. Farrowed April 22, i9i8. Walter H. Miller. Correspondence which comes in on' the late train "on Thursday arrives too late for publication Correspoadent's on the East side "are requested to be governed ac- cordingly. more and better highways, in closer unison, looking to the best plans for obtaining greater Federal aid in road making also, to lesson the difficulty in securing Congressional appropriations of necessary financial assistance. Resolutions adopted at the meeting call for, a well defined and that 1919 crop is ready, that Mt. Vernon connected system of highways, will have a place to take care of (including Boon Way). The Boone . Way. Association it, will have buyers who will buy had a representative at the meetit, and above all, will guarantee you just as good prices as you ing. The meeting ifavpred National would get on other markets. The highways to . be built and man difference will be in the saving to the farmer of getting his tobacco tained by the government, the to the markets which necessitates management and direction to be an extra cost in the handling. separate- from any other departBurn your tobacco beds now and ment. It is predicted that the new be rsady to sow in next month. organization, jbhe combination of The Bank of Mt Vernon has ordered seed and will be glad to merging all road associations of supply them to any one desiring the country, will be able to accomto sow beds and raise tobacco. plish great thirgs in the way of R. S. Martin, tobacco man and pushing erood roads along, and manufacturer for years, often from now; on thing are going to ot endeavor. spoke of Rockcastle as a tobacco hum in thai-hucounty. He "said the quality The Rockcastle County Court could be made as .good as in any has been changed f rqm the Fourth county in the state. Some to- Monday to the Third Monday in bacco raisers in the county have each month. This change was demonstrated that fact. The made for the '. reason that the acreage of tobacco in Rockcastle Third Monday is the day ior should be doiibled several times holding the sales "at the Rockto what it has been. Farmers, castle Stock Pens and custom-ha- s when you cotie to' court next made it so, 'that county courts week, talk the matter over and and stock sales go together. The set your plans for a bi ,1319 crop first sale at the Rockcatle,,Stock in Rockcastle. There is money Pens wUl be heldthe Thirds Moo in it for YOU. i day in'Marcht .' s. - AT BROWN'S PLENTY OF FRESH More Shoes MeatsGroceries AND GET THEM AT Drummo nd's LIVINGS TON X I EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY EVERY ONE KNOWS All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in, all baking troubles take quick leave. You go right ahead and mix up bak ing materials, ior oisciuis cakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. Shoulders Duroc: I have just purchased a registered Duroc boar, now ready fcr service. Fee 50 cts, due at time of turning in. Jas. Jan. i7-4t WlNSTEAD. Wabfl, Ky. BAKING POWDER is the most popular because it dots rive most pafect results. It Has the biggest demand because it is the most dt-pendablt. The lact that It w the bis- Kesi seller prorea mac. u is we Dot. A trial will convince you that there is none just as good. Buy a can it you are not sausnea taxe ic oacK ana getyour money back; Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. T or wfcia ? ley ft. Tm art it sea yoa at ft. CALUMET ' For Salb One Iron Gray Jack, no better breeder in the state and a sure foal getter, 7 years old. For further particulars see M. J. Bethurum, Mt.Verrjon, Ky. Jan i7-4t ON BROWN MAIN ST." I I SUSPICIOUS. e QUALITY A, HIGHEST the fact that Chamberlain's Tablets have, cured others wny not you. There are many who have been restored to health by taking: these tablets and can now eat fany kind of fod that they crave. TO THE DYSPEPTIC. Would you not like to feel that your stomach troubles are over, f hat you can eat any kind of food that vou crave ? Consider then 24floifeCATrQMra yry'0 -- v. C 'OUR eaaaot work mar taaa 12 boor a dmj. tt HIGHEST AWARDS 83ixxc9 "Office on .. ; L. W. BETHURUJA ATTORNEY AT UW MT VSRNON, RY. y "Hay a cigar, Henry?" "What'i the matter with It!" fV& Will practice in all the courts. Church Street &&t T.. j- - ? s -j ?$ Sutecribcjor &gnaT V J-- v ?.S ;) xwMCmJ - I 1 l 4 An advtrtiiaaaat W your foods ia tak works whflt ym alep aad wakt 24 hours a day. It works in many.koaa-holat the same tfaaa. It talks better than ta most finest $ a weak salessaaa. 4 Fo oas ilami ta deee ia its fact. RESULT: It 4 About tbe cost? PacUaa TS. - V. taaa the J- - . . aaeesaaft J$KSaMm6lpfcqk warib aad does tots MwWir.M. 14 - - HuMHfHt HHftBV1! K. t dl pfr ds f f ... ssUac. hi ,. r vE9lHi0'f&? 3JbBHHP "' .. A, Vt 2 . .A v 'frnffr - . - fc&;;y;r - - ,,J, ft! Ta ' a. -- Zs r . "yyfva SJafefc! immaufimrMmwijaiiit&!ici&nm&Mr, I - ' '' - Stop T and begins Think traits Is made when sav- 'HE first move in a winning battle of life entered into the .lumber and staVe business Tom Ball, who is" learning talegraphy Under the from his horse, "Hector" while gnmjr home and' and narrowly escaped daugerous injuries, though ha recovered and seems to be in better luck, even if he did iose Jacl: LaswelFs legging in a rabbit htiut on Brush Creek yester day. tni " "wv ia .l.ygSW,.C':.- ..n.... L - . . Mkt v. Sheriffs Sale for Taxes I, br one of my deputies will on Monday Feb. 3rd, t91g, being tutelage of our local agent, C. A. 1 arsons, was recently thrown the! first day of the Rockcastle STATEMENT of the CONDITION KY. of the ing It will educate you de- financially by veloping: Circuit Court, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. ra.,. 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. This Jan' Tip Langford, 3. R. C. 10-19- PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, At the Close Of Business December 31, 1918 RES OU R C E S Loans Due from Banks . Cash on hand . Overdrafts Banking House, F and F. Other Real Estate - 19. that will insure success, comfort and happiness. Every deposit made with 'us is a step toward Independence. Start .an account with us today and stick to it. State of Uhio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss'. Precinct No. 1 Frank J. Cheney makes oath Tax that he is senior partner of the Coyle Heirs, 100 ocres land firm of F. J . Cheney & Co , doing business in the city of Toledo, Precinct No. 2 &. cost $2 37 Tax & cost Gentry, J E, 1 acre land Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot Patterson, MrsJ C, 1 town lot, $3 7i! . 12 06 Bank of Mt. Vernon ; 1... t account of the death of J. W. which necessitated Chasten, tupping of fast train No 32, Our town and vicinity shares the s with the entire populace of this for Mr. Clark through the very and adjoining counties in the be- great courtesy of the local reavement which conies from the officials of the L. & N. The testimonials, free. death at Berea last Saturday of brick plant at Dudley.near here, P. J. CHHN1DY &. Co., Toleour friend and neighbor John has resumed operation after a do, O. Walker Chasteen. Mr. Chasteen temporary shut down and promSold by all druggist, 75c. had been fn declining health for ises to furnish employment to a Hall's family pills for sometime, though the nearness nnraber of our men during the of the end iot this exemplary months of recuperation from the life was known by only a few of war's industrial decline in many his many friends, which adds all lines of building. Wm. Mason, The entire family of George the more to the shock of its who has been employed by the L. .& N. for the past year and Barues have flu Mrs. Johu reality. Urlando extends to his family and many friends its has just completed one of the Payne and daughter, Julia, spent deepest sorrow. We are pleased most important engineering jobs Sunday with Mrs. John Flecher to have with us again the smil- ever attempted by daring 'man Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes and ing faces of Grajdon Ball and in the timbering of the long Mrs. Clara Carmical spent Sunwife who have returned to Or- tunnel lust north of Mullins day with Mrs. John Kirby Mrs. lando from Illinois to resume the Station, has resigned his position Richard,, Bradley, of near Mt. merchandise which with the boast that he never lost Vernon, spent Sunday with htr business in sister, Mrs. Wm. Cromer. Mr. Graydon was forced to give up a single man, and agricultural pursuits at Brush and Mrs. Mitchell Norton spent temporarily when Uncle Sam called him to the the colors be- Creek. Sam Msson, who holds Sunday with her sisterT Mrs. fore Germany acknowledged to the position as engineer on our Chas. Shepherd, at Cove. Mr. the world that she had been long loader, is now enjoying his Fred Hayes, of near Mt. Vernon, dreaming. Auut Lizzie Ball, who vacation on a huntiog trip thru has bought a farm near this fell and broke her arm a few days the mountain of Rockcastle, and place and moved to it Mr. and since is improving nicely. Mrs. we are expecting him to return Mrs. Eugene Stokes spent TuesStella Laswell has just recovered with many wild inhabitants of day night J with Mr. and Mrs from a severe case of flu Chas. the jungles. Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Alfred Barnes. Mr. Geo. Owens Adams was in our town a few Baker, who have been teaching and family, of Maretburg. spent days last week. A most beauti- domestic science near here for Saturday and Sunday with Mr ful wedding was solemnized last the past year, have an offer to and Mrs. Fred Hayes. week at the home of Mr. Noh continue this pursuit with the Mason, of this place when Mr. L. & N. railroad at some point Bradley Leger, of Four Mile, Ky,, north of here, though it is rot was married to Miss Liillie Mason.. known whether or not ''Jack'" This splendid young couple de- cares to leave his farm for a r a parted shortly after they were continuation of his professional IA wedded for an extended honey services along other lines. F.P. j? one of KockcastleV Robinson, moon trip down South. The hustling salesman, Mr. successful farmers was over to Woodall, called on our local mer- our town from the Pine Hill sec." chants recently. There was tion Sunday and reports great 1 quite an excitment in our village progress being made toward another bumper crop of corn and Tuesday when the team of Mart In useforover40yetnl Thousands of voluntary and. Gar Clark became frightened wheat for the ensuing year. letters from women, tellat a train and ran away. The Bill" Anglin, the. ing of the good. Cardui, fled northward over the deputy sheriff and a posse of horses V. has done them. This is embankment of the railroad fill, officers was through here last the best proof of the value near the depot, again reaching Sunday morning from a business trip into the Crooked Creek secof Cardui. It proves that the road after a dangerous deCardui is a good medicine scent down the fill and would tion. James Anglin the well known violinist of this place, has for women. have been killed but for the V, There are no harmful or flagman of local train No. 93 be- been very popular with the habit -- forming drugs in ing on his job and stopping them younger set for sometime furn Cardui. It is; composed John Jordan, a stalwart speci-ma- n ishing music for many social gathering commonly called dances only of mild, medicinal of Rockcastle soldier mater of the old dme variety. A. T. ingredients, with no bad ial, who is located at New Port Furnish, who has beenwith us ftews, Va., and having been to France during the early days of for several months in the merTAKE our country's expedition abroad chandise business, has sold out where he gained for himself the to A. G. Ball and we regret to rank of sharp shooter in the say, is about to leave Orlando. heavy artillery is visiting his Mr. Furnish has made a host of many friends and relatives here. friends during his brief sojourn Atty. Ashley Owens was in our in this community and all join in The Woman's Tonic town Monday in, interest of bis wishing him a continued success wherever he goes. Mrs. Lizzie clients, whose cases are expected You can rely on Cardui. to come up in this terra of court. Ball has announced the engageSurely it will do for you 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burnett have ment of her daughter, Annie, to what it has done for returned home from Coxton, Ky. Mr. John Gill, son of Rev. Ranthousands of other The flu has about abated in dall Gill, of Harlan, Ky. The women! tj5houlJieIp )6jM this section leaving only a few date of wedlock has been kept "i was uucen sick, seemed to be . . . ," cases on the present sick list, secret for the present, though writesMrs". Mary nearly all we are happy to say from all indicViot.s it. js not: far of Madison. Heights, iVa. 1 are convalescent., Qur , .hustling off. Emory Ball, who recently "I got down spjwjeak.j could hardly walk . . merchant, L. J. Reams, was in caused a slump, in the coal markjust staggered around. Mt. Vernon Tuesday haviug den et by reason of over production , . ;.l read loff Cardtil, . mfJ in Harlan, has returned to Brush tal work done: David Clark was arter taking one bot- called to Berea last Saturday on Creek and with Mr. Reed Proctor, tie, or before taking quite J wy all, i fW much better.1 t W v.v took 3 or4' bottles at has-engaged ORLANDO County aud State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be. cured, ,bythe use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Oth day of December, A. D. 1886 A. W. Gleasoii, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for HOPE WELL &&KVVWfa For V Weak Women years 1917 and 1918 8 11 7 17 Reynolds, Ott, yz acre land Thompson, A L, 26 acrea land 7 20 4 74 Whltaker, Mary E, i acre land Precinct No. 3 Tax & cost , 2 71 Conn, Ann, 8 acres land 19 81 Dooley, W I, 40 aoresland Herrington, J VV, 37 acres land 5 15 13 97 Howard, Mat, 33 acres land 14 02 Kid well, L E, 75 acres land 21 11 Martin,- Malissie, 40 acres land 5 15 Owens, Don, 60 acres land Pullinsj Dave, 83 acres land 3 07 7 89 Wilson. John, 150 acres land 5 10 Wilson, Johnie, 28 acres land Precinct No. 4 Tax & cost 4 11 Chasteen, John H, 25 acres land 7 07 Hurley, Alfred, 48 acres land 4 30 Lunceford, ludge, 18 acres land Precinct No 5 Tax & cost $ 5 12 Owens, Mattie, 30 acres land 6 Precinct No. Tax &cost $5 03 Laswell, W E, acres land Robinson, G G, 4 24 acres land Precinct No. 7 Tax & cost Begley, Lloyd, acres laud $10 65 Cotton, Lizzie, 2 44 acres land Hughes, Mrs Carrie, town lot 5 18 Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 24 96 Wolf, Ed, 4 24 acres land 26 80 Allen, Phil T, acres land 4 53 Willmott, R T, town lot Precinct No. 8 Tax & cost 3 96 Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land Bradley, J H, 50 acrea land 4 11 6 99 Roberts, J B, 65 acres land Taylor, J A, 25 acres land ' 328 Precinct No. 9. Tax & cost Gibbons, N T, 80 acres land $1100 Reynolds, C J, 75 acres land 658 Precinct No. 10. Tax & cost Clark, A M. 12. acres land $10 36 Duvall Heirs, 100 acres land 238 Howard, Bettie, 88 acres land 9 06 Johnson, G M, 1 town lot 6 72 Ross, L D, 86 acres land 6 47 Spoonamore. S J, 7 acres land 5 16 Thompson. Joe, acres land 3 16 Precinct No. 11. Tax&cosi Anglin, 1) M, 30 acres land 6 50 Bowman, Luther, 100 acres iaud 8 30 Precinct No. 12. - $126,503.41 28,972.40 6,482.33 1,634.36 6,000.00 438.42 $170,030.92 $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 -- Capital Surplus Deposits ..;.-.- LIABILITIES - Undivided Profits ... .. M . l V Sr . 'J JB- - jt ea ct; uui u ? et:c ie Lit l The Louisville Herald .3 , C3 t m. A. . m. fc The biggest news event the world has ever seen, with the exception of ths war, is breaking right now in Paris the Peace Conference. You who so breathlessly followed the war news, particularly after the United"States became a participant, are now eagerly waiting to leain what is to be the fate of the vandals who set the world aflame. 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MerriMUuj V. the suriatr when run- - BftlSi down. I had no appetite, ' aaa 1 commeacea eaniir. Wf It is the best- - tonlcl evtf)? ttw.' JTry Cardui- .- r i li MILES EAST OF ORLANDO QiCwbktrf RmJ ABrwjP ;,- tor thirty years jit itTi p . f --with cnronlerfctrertraable,' mm, aak rabie - - keatorrkace at trouble and tke feaweht K. bought a bottle of Peruna .W aaa 1 too it Uithtulir. iand I hmmonbgm mi the bowal. feel Utter. i Mjnrifi nerauaded me to con tinue, and I took It for some time aa directed. r Xaw a UamM Tablet F weU offered "i" 4V? Mm L V BRING YOUR 'Country Produce PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES order of the Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1918, thereof, in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court iouse door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to ;the highest and best bidder, at mibiic auction, thepur By virtue of a judgment, and chaser must execute bond, with Rockcastle For the purchase price approved surety," bearing legal interest from day of Gale until paid and having the force and effect of ATtrifE RIGHT: TIME y , (jrrejatest Importance is or !' -- rm - 'V - t FrTfr- C A ST OR I A , OlLildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S Children Ory ,. ,, FORJIEICIta.'S If y.pur. eyps are showing any defects now is the time to see DR. MOORE, Cox Building, Tk, Option Mt.Vernon, Ky. ASTORIA v--r- on Monday, February 3, 1919, being the first day of the regular Circuit Court for said county, be j DON'T YOU FORGET IT. Bear in mind that Chambertween the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. . lain's Tablets not only move the and 4'o'cfock p. m., upon a'credit bowels but improve the appetite of six mouths, the folTowiner de and strengthen the digestion. scrioed property: They contain no One House and lot located in Mt digestive ferment Deosln or. nth Vernon, Kentgcky, and' bounded ine sromacn ana but strengthen enable it toptr-foras follows: jjcgiumug i a sta&e its functions a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. - GK S Griffin. Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court. m naturally. -- ; . s,