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L E Ladies' Coats Just A At a few more days that you can buy fcAM-E-sx-eox- s- at less than one half. We can save you from twelve to fifteen dollars on every Coat. All sizes in all the different materials SUTTON & McBEE MT. VERNON KENTUCKY had wanted to and were not vory much inclined to do so any way and 1 did not blame them. We went back to tho window and the soldiers suggested wo try that, but there was an iron bar square across the middle of it and not a largo window besides. The man with me was a long lanky fellow from Spartanburg, S. C, and I felt that if ho could get through with his surplus length, I could make it with my surplus thickness so 1 persuaded him to try. With my help on the and tho soldiers on tho inside, we managed to get him in, to the great amusement of a great crowd of French soldiers both in and out of tho coach. This left me in rather bad shape for there was no one to boost me up to the window, but when I started a Frenchman camo to my assistance and they dragged me in. Wo stood or sat on each other all the way. but I want to give credit to that train. It was tho fastest one I have ever seen in Franco, it made that two hundred miles In less than four hours, which is not bad time, getting started late and putting us into Paris boforo eight o'clock. Tho President was to arrive at ten so we hustled to a hotel and thence to the Place do la Concorde It was then littlo after nine o'clock, but tho place was crowded and people pouring in from every direction. Across the Concordo bridge down tho left bank of the Seine back across the Alexander III biidge and as far as you could see up toward the the Champs-Elys- ee Arch of Triumph the parks, sidewalks and houses were black with people and only kept out of tho street by the French soldiers who lined tho street on both sido for the whole distance of four miles. My friend and I perched ourselves high on a captured German cannon and began our wait. Just past ten o'clock the first of the big gun salute of twenty one shots shook the air announcing tho arrival of the party at the station and with tho shot went up a shout from the out-sid- o INTERESTING LETTER FROM ED GENTRY Paris, France. t Mr James Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky. My Dear Mr. Maret: In my last letter to Edgar4 promised him to write about the leceptlon of tho President iu iMris, If I reached hero in time to see it, but I have been wanting to write you for so long and have neglected it so long that I decided I would write ou and you can turn this letter over to hira after reading tt. I have neglected my promise to Albright any way, but the fuct is that tho reception of Kings und Presidents in Paris has been in tho last month .so frequent that I have been surprised at how the people have turned out. I have been fortunate enough to In) present at them all except that of King Albert cf Belgium, or rather to he explicit and use tho real title, "King of tho Belgians". In order to be prosent on the arrival of President Wilson, I had to leave Dijon at 2 o'clock in tho morning. Nearly everybody els u mnst have been going also, as when I got to that train it was so crowded that it looked impossible to got on it. If you know how a first class French coach is built. the compartments were full and tho aisles, which are along the side of tho coach wore filled like sardines in a box.stand. ing, but another Y man and I had made uo our mind to go to Paris on that train. Finally two Amorican soldiers looking out a might window said that we squeeze in tho aisle beside them, if we could manage to get to them which was about tho middle of tho coach. We handed our baggage in the window and then tried to get in but it was impossible Tho aisle was packed at both ends right against the doors with people, who could not have oponed the doors if they USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, i Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you, Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back. Made Only by crowd which must havo 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 before a detachment of tho famous Cuirasseurs (Dont think that is spelled right), splendidly mounted wilh all the magnificent trapping which you have read about, their helmets glistening in the sua no less than the flowing black plumes which fell from the top of their belmeti down the bock 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 ?een draw the King of England on and President Poinrare Thanksgiving-dayu- nd which"! j uiterwards on Dec. rgth saw draw the Kins of Italy and President Poincare on that Kings visit to Paris. 1 have wondered just how much monoy it would take to buy that pair of horses Following the (.Presidents' carriage came one with Mrs. Wilson, Madame Poincare, Miss Wilson and others, which was followed by still others containing French notables from M. .Clemeuceau on down, the last official carriage containing some French Generals and our own "Blackjack" Persh ing, looking for all the world as innocent and modest as-- a school boy, .pot a sign except the roar of the "doughbovs" as he passed to to indicate that he had just led to victory the greatest army our great nation has ever produced. I am persuaded from tho smile on his face that he was enjoying himself immensely. Of course tho crowd went wild when the President and purty went by. You could hear expressions everywhere of "Grande President Wilson (Great President Wilson), Madam Wilson Tres joli (Very Pretty)". A very amusing thing was a movie operator on top of a limousine following the party getting a picture of the whole proceeding. I also saw a movie man perched high on one of tho window sills of the American Peace Commission headquarters and he must rave gotten a splendid picture of the whole parade across the Place de la Concorde. On Monday I ran into tho President's parado twice, accidently. Parades in Paris have been so frequent of Me that you are always bumping into them. The fact is that for the past month all you needed to start a parade was a snare drum and flute, the Union Jack and "Old Glory", and you never fail to get a crowd, even though your crowd reully had no idea what the parade about lots of times The celebratiou in honor of tho President kept up from Saturday mcrniog until Monday night, snatching American hats and caps being a prominent feature of the celebration. At lirsc I thought it was only a joke, and when a Madamoiselle snatched my over seas cap and ran, I stood round for a while, oxpoct-inher to bring it back, but I soon learned they were keeping them for souvenirs. I saw many officers and men, trom Majors on down going in that night bare headed, and not in too good a humor. I also saw the entrance into the city of the King of Italy on Deo. 19th. You will not be so much interested in that, ulthough they turned out and gave him a Tri-colo- r, fTTK T TVTTVr- - j 4 jyrTTKi ii ISTT I CIRCUIT COURT FEBRUARY 3, 1919 Come and see me when you come to court, I need the money. Sugar, granulated per lb per lb Lard Laundry Soap, per bar Salmon, per can Coffee (G00 ) 241c 10c Quaker Oats, White Fawn Flbur, bhoes,Etc. Hames-Saddiesr- per lb per box $1 .4Q 5c 20c 12c Tinware I W M W Hundreds of Bargains in Men's Hats, Work and Dress Shirts t I just can't keep this: I have a nice assortment of " Arrow orana dollars to go at JUc each. fl F. W. Spot The Bright 2XE iXTSXi Just Opposite the Court House i IttTTVI 4 4 iVTTM l BAKER 1 -- rrvr vice with the army of occupa- Mrs. Adams is very old and on Sproule, were hero from Lebanon spending accoant of the great excitement, Junction, the first of tho week tion, and incidently Christmas in what has been I the severity ot her burns and her with her father, F. Francisco. termed recently the political cap- weakened condition, her recovery Mrs. S E. Chandler was in Mt. ital of the world. I went down is very doubtful. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon, Tuesday, between trains. yfTsJerdayafternoon to .see the Baker, .of Laurel, spent. several Dr.E.J. Brown, of Stanfofd,was annual Christmas swimming race days last week with her parents, hero Tuesday to see C.H. Frith in across the Seine which the French Eld. and Mrs. L. N. Bowling. consultation with Dr. W.F. Carter. have made an event for many Henry Price, of Bridgeport, Ind., Mr. Frith has a severe case of years. This year it was open to was here tho first of the week the rheumatism and don't seem to get any one connected with any of guesiof Mrs. John Riddle and any better. His condition is Mrs. Beaty, of Science rather critical. the allied armioa, both men and family. II. T. Young, of women. There were fifteen men Hill, and her daughter, Miss Bet-ti- Mt. Vernon, aud his brother, Jus. was the guest of her mother. L Young, of Cincinnati, wero in and two women took the plunge into the almost icy water of the Mrs. John Riddle, over Sunday. town Wednesday. 0. V. Jarrett river lor the moro than a quarter -- Miss Mary Adams, of Crab Or- sold his residonco property on of a mile swim, including four chard, is with her mother, Miss East Main street to W.G. Ballard American soldiers, two of which Smith Adams, who was burned this week for $700 Mrs. John came out fourth and fifth in the last Saturday. Mrs. Bert Owens Robins, and her sister, Miss race, while the first three places died at her home near Maretburg, Clyde Watson, are in Pinevillo were won by French soldiers. Tuesday morning, with pneu- for a few days. Tho French swimmers really bad monia, and her remains wero bure, the advantage as they had swam the river there before and knew how to take the current. Ono of the women was a dispatch rider and the other an ambulance driver for tho French Govern-monI have never so longed to be at home as in these last few days during Christmas. I am leaving tonight for where I am to report for work. I do not know whether I will be located there, but will be somewhere in that region along the Khino. 1 will go by wav of Chateau-Thierr- y, Chalon, Toul, Epernay, Nancy, Metz and Treves and will likely reach Coblentz sometime tomorrow night. I will give you mp impression of Mrs. Gentry Germany soon. writes me that you have been enjoying your car to tho limits this summer instead of doing your work on foot. I hope to be homo sometime during tho summer. My address will bo tho same as Franco, I2 Hue in while d'Aguesseau, Paris. Your friend, E. R. Gkntuv. t. Cob-lentz ied here Wednesday afternoon in the Baptist church cemetery, after short services by the Rev. A. J. Pike. Besides her husband, she is survived by a large family of children, several sisters, one brother and a fatherr Chas. and D. B. Chandler sold a farm of about 100 acres, recently purchased from Morgan Helton, und known as tho Cyrone Lawrence farm, to Robert Leo Wilson, of Virginia, for $2,000. Mrs. Doug Roborts, of Junction City, was hero this wook the guest of Mrs. J.R.Cass and other relatives. W. P. Rigsby bought a farm from John A. Osborne tho urst of tho week. This farm contains about too acres and is a part of tlio old Isaac Grabeel farm. Mrs. J. D. Pike, and little Miss Frankie CASTOR I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of & NO GREAT ACT OF HEROISM REQUIRED. If some act of horoism 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 ChamRemedy and berlain's Cough cive it us soon us tho first in dication of croup appoars, thore aro many wuo neglect it. CouL'h Romedv is with in tho reach of all and is prompt aud effectual. uiiam-iwrlnln's g BR O DH EAD Watch this Space for Bargains AND royal welcome. Crab Orchard Milling n CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Perhaps you will wonder what I am doing in Paris so much. 1 spent a part of my vacation in Paris tho last week in November. Two weeks later I was notified to report lo Paris for service in Germany. I have been hero for moro than ten days getting clearance orders, being completely for four mouths set- - Hamm. for seventeen hundred dollars. Mr. Hamm gets the residence a small garden and a lot lying back of it This property sold a few years ago, including tho entire farm and a small cottage for $2,000. Mr. Hamm will tear down the old residence and havo a nice modorn brick put in its place just to his liking. Tho work will begin with the coming Mrs. Smith of early spring mohor of Pin Adams, of Adams, near here, anj Miss Mary Adams, of Crab Orchard, was badly burned last Satutday. whon her clothing caught fire from the stove. H. T. Young, of Mt. Vernon, sold the old residence part of the . E. Woodyard property to R. H. Save Money iJOHIM. ROBINS BRODHEAD "r J- 1 - - " ,. rL & Friday, Juo. 31, 1910 . i &XWtV'mCM7iiiJtJO4h10l'.1jZm the 20c Kond Tax In un hhp magisterial will be ex. pttided .hi the roud In that (lis 'lectod l SiaaXSfaZ&f& tiwmmJ ' r ' iiT MsiisMwiii Wttainaw-- i "" r H . Mt.V ernon Sigral Publisktdfvtry Ftiday . jtrict. Children Cry for Fletcher's IT IS ONLY IN COURIER-JOURNA- ' I believe tint if it vro mad clear to the people that cverj EDGAR S. AUUilGf.T. 'cent paid in because of tin extr 1'oc tix would be expend.-on t r.o om vtjan sansCRiPTio" icwcls in their own imej'sten the propositi district, lli.it Advertising rates viaac known on would carry by a large majorin application d THE LOUISVILLE L MKMDKK OF KENTUCKY l'UKSS SSOCIATION think it m ghty import.u h.wt.vor, th.it the eltcliou called immediately and voted within lhe next thirty or s x ... t.iltl , 111. !.... ...(ii.c.i .11 tlnit I,.,, it , .11,1, Ir.l.tU ..loll loads will be bid and the paop can better see the mods for nior 1 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 ms snn.il sunervislon since its lnfancv. Allow, no one to deceive you In this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-is-go- THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, Yoik New That You Can Read About ul 1 Times' special ns covered by thu pie.tt AsMicintecl Press, The n luti-toricable and wlieloss service, and Arthur IJ Ivroelt. The Courier-Journa- l Miuiitger, sent to Paris us a spochl sfcilT correspondent. covered tit Washingum by Associated Press and by Tom Wallace, as Edjior of The Courier Journal, ami Morton M. Milford, stuff correspondent. covered by Associated Press and an army of special money. Therefore. 1 am urgently n questing that n special meeti j THIS KIUST WORLD I'OWISK. of the li'iscal Court b called Oorown Woodro.v WiUon, who that the election be authori.td Very truly, nlmost shouted in holv enthusi H. Wiley, usiii at the plenary s, sston of Couimissioiier Conference held cm S.itur-da- y last, tli.it "the representa-tive- s of nuuikiiul are no longer Clarence Rickels tlii; tiovernois of mankind. Tlu Germany :es fortunes of mankind are now In the hands of the plain people of Dec. 29, iqS. the world Satisfy tliotn, and you have not only jtiMflud their Dear mother a::d all: Iguoss you think I have forconfidence, but estahlUhod peace them, and no gotten ou entirely, but I haven't Fail to satisfy arrangement tint you can in ike This is about the first time I fithei will sot up or steady the have had a chance for a lon; peace? of the world. Our boys time and it has been five months came into this war not inerel s nee I nave had any mail from to win a war. but as crusader you. It was all sent to the hos to win cause and I am respon- pital and has never returned. I sible to them for it tail, to me don't know whether I will ever to formulate the purpose for got it or not. I got a Tetter from which I asked theta to fijht". Charlie L a few davs ago. He It was not Woodrow Wilson as said he was well. We have been Chief hWocutivo of the United walking some for the last two through Wo came States who thus spoke, who with months. Belgium, Luxemnnny oMier II unini; Franco and these and words sent into death the world's burg, and now we are going structure of the past and laid through Germany. We are in In upon its ruins the corner stone pretty nice country now. The of a new ate. It was Wilsou the old people are treating us good rebel against all that is dark and Tiioy are sure glad the war is foul and sinister in the atTdrs ot over. Of course I am too. We mankind; Wilton the liberator, are now camping on the Rhine Wo are about twenty iired by his own and his country's river ideals; the crusader, the inspir- miles from Coblenzi and Cologne, ing and inspired spokesman of two largo Gorman cities. wo did not ride, we the American people, not as their servant, lie walked all the way, with about master but as their whoso eloquenco 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 once, acting upon his speech, and spent six month in trenches. wrote what will be known as the Then wo were callod upon the birth certificate of the league of Chaiupaigno front. Then wo got our real open fights. We stop nations. ped tlio Germans there and we Hky, John, where are jou were calkd upon at Chateau-Thiergoing? whore 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 camo back to m Same place, Johu, same place. company. We are longing for What are you going for John? the day to come when the old For thu same reason you arc famous Rainlmv 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 n fathei, diy 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 .o me. Give all do on that day at the Court uiv love. It wont bo long until I House? will bo at1 homo. Good by, love Why all good citizens who want to all. whiskey and the boot leggers Your son, g driven out of Rockcastle are Private Clarence Rickels. to have a mass meeting next 106 U. S. Inf. Monday, headed by Judge B .1 Bethuruni, Hon. Walter Flippin, u-tin-Peac- harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Castoria is Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge is its guarantee. 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Send or bring our subscription and remittance at oncn to the oflice of the t WW m MT. VERNON SIGNAL 1 B having some tine weather now and the farmers are getting busy preparing lor their 1919 crops. Mrs. Mary Osborne is with her daughter, Mrs K. Thompson who Is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Will Shutts spent Saturday and Sunday with her brother, Bennett Brown. Hobart Goffe, who is attending school at Borea, was with homo, folks Saturday and Sunday. Miss Graco Thompson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Marion Smith near Crab Orcburd. -- Mr.aud Mrs. Booker Mullins, of Wuluut Grove, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Owens Sunday. Miss Georgia Gentry is with her grandmother. Mrs. Ellen Brown at Level Green. Charlie DeBord has moved his fatcily into tho houso recently vacated by J. L. Reynolds M. P. Craig has returned from a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Craig and nephew, J. The M. Craiir at Lancaster. family of K. Thompson has flu. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Owens sent Mouday with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Goffe, near Plato. Born, to the wife of W. B. Potcet, a ooy. Misses Ona and Gertrude Brown of the Quail section, were guests of Miss Maud Brown Saturday Maurice night and Sunday. has returned homo Thompson after a few weeks stay with his sister, Mrs. Charlie Riddle, of Miss Lora Stevens Indiana. und Miss Katheriue Uenuy spent Mouday with tho latter's sister, Mrs. Lottie DeBord. Miss Myrtle Owens spent Monday at tho home of her uncle, M. P. Craig. Miss Desslo Hicks was the guest of Miss Graco Thompson Sun-daMr. aud Mrs. J. S. Cum mins spent Mouday night with his mother, Mrs. Mary Cummins. Fred Lovlns has returned after We . MT. VERNON, KY. IE WILLA ILLA are a I Ha P. I CffFIH BARGAIN HOUSE 'j;;;, I ZS!! M. WHEN YOU WANT 11 :j:;!j go-in- DRY GOODIS Come in and sec us. A look is the surest way to find out wnere You can get what you want or e east money. Everything now and fresh and our prices right. "T I The above diagram shows the distribution of the average Swift dollar received from sales of beef, pork and mutton, during 1918. and their C.t. t. St.. Judge Mullius and 11 host of MARETBURG :t :!::!: others and there plan to rigidly eulorce the law against the sale and traffic of intoxicating liquors. Good, glad to hear it, and I will bu there to help them in every way. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ROADS. Frankfort, Kentucky. January 27, I0I9 Dear Sir: It has come to my attention that some of the members of the various Fiscal Courts throughout the State fail to understand that the State Road Department has nothing to do with the funds do rived from the 200 Road Tax The law .stutes that the rovenuo must be oxperded by the Fiscal Court on the roads and bridges in the county. This department lias realized for .sometimo past the county officials did not have sufficient money to work their roads and we have beon endeavoring to cull this to their atten. tiou and have them author!. tile election, and to ussist them as much us possible in placing the matter before the public so It will curry. This office is interested in all roads in any county. If u Fiscul Court desires it can, beforo uu thuriziug the election, pass an .order to tho effect that all lovenuo Miss Lelu McCall has returned from a four months stay in Kan sas.- - Rouse Wilmott is improving slowly. MNs J.i.a Vance, ol this place cud Mr. Archie Covington, of Lavrel County were married last Satimluy. Charlie Philbeck -- old his farm to Will e Sams fur Slooo. lie is moving to Mt Vernon to make his ho. no with his fatiier in law, Dick CumWick Thompson's family mins MUs Roxiu Thompall have tlu son was called home ,011 the account of the serious illness of her fathers family. Miss Martha Wallen accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Middlotcm visited Mrs. in Mt Vernon Sunday. Bert Owens died at her home at this place curly Tuesday moruiiigof pneumonia She leaves a husband and sevoral small :::::: :::!:: 1919 Y.sr initiuctiva fact Dook oP Interesting and nt on rtqutst. ::::: ..! GROCERY DEPARTMENT don't fought ouii nc, LIE? Addrsia Swift (tk Company Chicago, Illinois Union Stock Yd, :!::: :::::8 P.Q. GRIFFIN BARGAIN --- Swift & Company, U.S. A. .::: HOUSE Mt.v,, Jp B cummins, Prop. is. Soutu Su'o West Maiu Streot r tlHH. s.m it.H :::::::::::;:s:::::::s:ff::ifHH??s::sS!!mssf r fh:::: y0mmmm'y A RCQULAIILY Jos ui. sfkA, .h. fr..kl.. 11411111 Vtetf k. u. UNUat.r. smmuj tcUi ! n . chlldrun to mourn her death. Wade Hunt is dischaiged from ttio service and is now at homo. Sherman Owens is at homo on a ten day furlough Mrs. Iv. J. McKiuiiby was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Marsh Osvons Sun day. 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HOLD are alKiia to uarn you that your kld-ne- a Hi: DA I, Haarlem Oil Capsule are Imurj not performing their rune ported direct trom the laboratories In or ESSE. !?b2Fi MW??My farrftkat once.iSSSS ""i""'"1"" '""" mi mrormation i rami men and women for Bu.ine.i or """"' a few weeks visit with iiis'atiut, at Lexington. DR. WALTER Dentist C.C. MT ATTOKNEV-AT-LA- Williams CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR They urs only lul( lions properly domi; lli.lr work and are allowing to accumulate and bu ron.urt-H- i Intj uric ik'iI und other polnons, ou dlstrma ant will which destroy iu unlcit they are driven from our aatem uren-aiiiiln- ?jatccitiikaXaevsttM Holland They are convenient to take, ami will either give prompt relict or your money wilt be refunded. Ask for tliNit at any drug stoie. but be sure to ret the original Imported QOLdi 11KIXU. brand. Accept no substitutes. In sealed packases. Three slses. VENON,KY. OFFICK.- - Onacd.noorofj Bank of Mt. Vernon, ou Church St. Special atten tlon gtvon collections, 'PNONB 80 ml MT. VKKNON, lOfEce U. G. Baker's Stors KRNTUCKY 0er T Subscribe for Signal stieaVaasMasaai s-- ; a 1919 in 11I inliii'ii Mt.Vernon Signal Mx. VjcnNorrKy, Jan. 31, 79 uo "Mo. 70 worn 7Ca S7 waul toOomm ana wltlvBIONAL. tOUItVILIC 4, NAtHVILlC R. H. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 ?U 21 norm north south South Phone No. 8. 4.57 pm 8:35 a.rn 12:35 p m 12:45 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoitoQoe mall matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Mrs S. H. Martin continues very sick. . E. J. Ford, of Danville, was in town yesterday. David C. Craig was down from Corbln yesterday. ' Mrs. J4;sse Wren, of Wildie, is . vory low with pneumonia. D L. Bryant who was Mrs. very sick last week is hotter. L. H, Rucker, ol Wildie, has tobovs very low with pneumonia The children of Lewis Cooper, which were so sick last week, aro better. Mrs. Pred Baker spent a Another child' of Bev. Thomas died yesterday from the effects of flu. This makes four children if r. Thomas has lost since October. W. R. McCluro has sold bis restaurant on Main street to John lienner, who will take chargo tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs Renner will move to the rooms in the Mt. Vernon Hotel, now occupied by Mr. McClure. A soldier lettor was received this weok, without any name signed to it. Such letters aro consigned to the waste basket. Letters without the name of tho writter would bo of little if any interest to any one. Circuit court next Monday. If you owe the Signal a dollar or two, drop it in your pocket and bring it along. We need it and will appreciate it, if jou will hand it to us. The Signal man will be on the street ready, willing aud anxious 'to take all that is coming. Reports coming from different sections of tho county indicato that the people mean to come out to attend the meeting Monday, which is called to discuss means to stop boot legging. These people arc not coining out thru curiosity.but ccming to assist in this great undertaking, and indications are that there will be a larger crowd in town than any court day for many years. ShxuifLT4pXangord.and-4M)s.se- fK im (Maajr f SALESMEN WANTED h'i fi I ' li lmi niiwf JjjTTrj!ii? Miii' fid f ' fr to solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. We have several packages ot pictures wo have finished and lost tho name of tho owner. If you have any overdue come iu and look these over. J. Fish & Son. Tf3e DRess UP Bg;s Gsming evre - Honac .V- - NIeet them with a smile, d ress up in a manner To the neighbors, friends and relatives who were so kiua and sympathetic during our recent sad boreav-men- t in the loss of our dear wife and mother, we extend our heartfelt thanks. S. S. PURCRM. AND CHH.DRIW. Tho meeting at tho Court House Monday at 1 p. m. will be addressed, by Judge B. J. Bethur-ur- n and Commonwealth Attorney W. N. Flippin. Short addresses will be made by many citizens including ministere from different parts of the county. Arrangements have been made to furnish cbairs to increrse the seating capacity of the Count House. Every body is requested to be on hand promptly at one o'clock, as this will last only one 'hour and thirty minutes. W. H. Fish has been made lo cal manager for the Land & Development Co.., a two million dollar oil concern organ ized one month ago by. Paris, Ky., parties. This company is Card of Thanks: an event Home-comidemands holiday regalia, the finest clothes ypp can obtain. Put up the front thajwill make them feel the sincerity of your welcome. Dress Up. befitting so important ng . 11 J.1.TAYL0B s 1 vsxasmxjm; I s boys are coining home, back to the home folks and the old jobs. We've pro. 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 4 IThe w II II 1 S I a .afaatav & CO- rORx rv I I I 4' COME IN AND SEE US DURING COURT THIS STORE WILL RE CLOSED FROM 1:00 TO 2:30 0 ANY TIME YOU TELE-FONE ARE IN TOWN. USE OUR ANY TIME Jl'YOU LIKE, P.M. ANTI-LIQUOR MONDAY. FEB. 3rd On ACCOUNT I day morning. Arnold deserted with cliptheria. the Army nearly a year ago and Mrs. Harry N. Jones, of Stanall attempts to qrrest him have ford, was here Tucbday to see been futile. Arnold is considered hor mother, Mrs. S. H. Martin. a dangerous man ana otneers Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cummins from Pulaski and elsewhere failed They to get him even though the effort will move to Cincinnati. had n sale last Saturday and was made, Our, own Tip Laug-forsold off everything. who "fears no man while in Andrew Owens was at home the discharge ot his cuty, or in this week from Reading, Ohio, on any other capacity for that part, account of the death of his step went and surrounded the house mothor, Mrs. Bert Owens. and without any demonstration Aubrey Martin who has been took Arnold in chargo, brought in the army stationed in Now him to town and the uext mornYof,s--n- r Jibmo. looking fine. lUHK puf-- Sheriff, r e. MLioW aonerjl ana aanuy. mo is ous on'" " lough. Bnwttrncd"bim tv5 A lotter received from Jamie autuouth Thompson says that he was badPkoctor Cox: Tho 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.'tho oldest Margaret and Mary daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. T Misses J nes, of Oklahoma City, arrived Proctor was solemnized yesterday Wednesday for a visit with their afternoon at the home of the sister. Mrs. W. B. Spivoy 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 Fi'ed Hatcher, another Rock- the contracting parties, and a 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 somo better than last reported. man and wife. Mr. Cox is in the Fred had a wound in the shoulder hardwure business and is one of our most exemplary young men. from a machine gun. John Kowe is back home from The bride is one of the most popu-larhorsetof the young people. France having been discharged. which They loft on the 4:57 train for Ho broughi back scan bears evidonce of his service. Louisville and other points to honeymoon. We join HO was snot innjuKii iuo vai.yi spend their with tho host of friends in conclose to the hedd.' It has imgratulations and hearty good paired, his hearing in that ear. wishes, for a long, happy and Mrs. Sandidge aud Mrs. C. B. prosperous wedded life. MoKenzio arrived this morning from Lunchburg, Va., to be with Tobacco: t- Farmers, raise totheir mother, Mrs. S. H. Martin, bacco and you will have a maiket who is vory sick. Mrs. Casper at homo. We are authorized by Adams, of Illinois and Private a number 5f business men of Mt. Aubrey Martin, of Camps Mills, Vernon to say to the farmers of N. J. arrived early in the week. Rockcastle, that when your 1919 Sherman Owens, son or Mrs.G. crop is ready, that Mt. Vernon from will have a place to take care of W. Brown has returned France and is now at home on It, will have buyers who will buy Sherman was badly it, and above all, will guarantee ! furloueh. on August nth, when a you just as good prices as you wounded piece of shrapnol hit him in the would get on other markets. The front shoulder and was cut out difference will be in the saving to under his shoulder blade. He has the farmer of getting his tobacco been in the hospital over since. to tho markets which necessitates an extra cost. in tho handling Ho landed in the U. S. A. on 18th, came to Camp Tay- Burn your tobacco beds now aud lor two weeks ago and on last be r;ady to sow iu next month Monday was changed to conva- Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon has will be glad to lescent department. Ho is look- ordered seed and good and says he is feeling supply them to any one desiring ing to sow beds and raise tobacco. well. R. S. Martin, tobacco man and LOCAL manufacturer for years, often ... for spoke of Rockcastle as a tobacco Send yonr films to Fish's county. He said the quality developing and finishing. could be made as good as in any FOR SALE. county In tho state. Some toRegistered Duroo boar, "Mi- bacco raisers in the county have The demonstrated that fact. llers Col. Orion" No. acreage of tobacco in Rockcastle April 22, i9i8. should be'doubjed several times Walthr H. MlLLBR. which comes in to what it has been. Farmers, Correspondence you cone to court next on the late train on Thursday when week, talk tho matter over and arrives too late for publication plans for a big 1919 crop Correspondents on the East side set your Rwkcastle. There is money governed are requested to be in it for YOU. cordlngly. of uTide'ralnohlinueTireTftasilie" arrested Millard Arnold at his Bourbon Oil & Development Co., at Livingston. Vernon Blaokaby's baby, 18 father's old home riear the Pulaski a hundred dollars invested in Tuesmonths old, is very side at Wildie county line at an early hour tho Bourbon when organized 18 -- i THE CASH STORE OFFICE H P COFFEE CO. Jf you have any war relics BETWEEN THE BANKS MEETING. AT COURT HOUSE months age is now worth $25oo.oo. E. J. Ford is District Sales Manager tor the CcOperative and will be here with Mr Fish next Monday ard will bo glad to explain tho 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. Saint Louis, Jan. J. P. F. Drummond, 28, 1919. sent or brought home from overseas by our boys, bring them in to FUh's for display. The 'Supervisors of Tax for appointed by Judge Cam Mullins, viho will meet next week, are E Bullock. W. T. French, C. C. Jones, Napoleon Whituker aud'w. H. Morris. 1919, Livingston, Ky. Dear Sir : ' You hove again shown a splendid increase in your Roast Ed Cot fee sales, as you haudled 2,848 pounds more in 1918 than the year before. It was by far your The Normal Department OF THE ZZZZZZI largest.year Here is a''report of your annual Coffee purchases according to our records. 19145400 pounds pounds 1915-54PJ& so?) pounds . 1917 6682 pounds 19189530 pounds You certainly have just cause to be proud of this reoord. It proves that you not only have the regular patronage and confidence of your customers, but are always gaining a lot of new trade, wh.ch is certainly very compli mentary toyour method of doing business. We want to again thank you for your liberal patronage and extend our best wishes for a continued growth in every department of your business. Very truly yours, ti P Coffhb Company. Farm For Sale: 1 The Will mmm Dean farm of I58 acres lying es west of Orab ArnliAWil J" 'in , S50 I Jesse M alone, tho man who installed the Mt. Vernon Tower Co., and who was reported lost at sea a few weeks ago, writes, Miss Marguerite s Welch that he" is very, much Wive .and getting-- ! along fine. He is in France. a Mt Vernon Graded and High School Is Now In Session TSChool Curriculum olirCtrunt3sijS',9eeiiuso arm new oarn, 40 acres grass, -- o acres timber, balance in' cultivation, 2 good springs and running water " thru place. line Full farming tools, 75 barrel corn in crib, 0 horsps, 3 cows and somo lny for - sale. If you want a good, place get busy and seo or write L S. Doan, Corbin, Ky. sMttttM'ttststttiftttits A Special are oflered. work will bo given in Agriculture and Wu's "The Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course $3.00 a mouth. High School $4.00 OiilMD'S CASH GROCERY STORE Red Kidney Beans .... -- or l3.735-Farrowe- d .c-jl- n James Maret, Mt. Vernon, W. O. Mclntyre, Danville, W. H. Fish, and S. C. Franklin, Mt Vernon, Provident, Secretary, aijd Assistant Secretary, respectively, of the Way Association, were Boone elected mombers of The Highways Association .of America, at the big convention of tho high ways associations of forty four states, held at Kansas City, on January 2lst. The object of the now association 13 to bring workers for more and better highways, in closer unison, looking to tho best plans for obtaining greater Federal aid In roid makiug also, to lesson the difficulty in securing Congressional appropriations of necessary financial assistance. Resolutions adopted at the meeting call for a well defined and connected system of highways, (including Boon Way). The Boone Way Association had a representative at the meeting. The meeting favored National highways to bo built and man tained by tho government, the management and direction to be separate from any other depart' ment. It is predicted that the new organization, the combination of merging all road associations of tbe country, will be able to accom pllsh great thirgs In the way of pushing good roads along, and from now on thing) are going to hum iu that hue ot endeavor. Tile Rockcastle County Court has been changed from the Fourth Monday to tho Third Monday 'in This change was each month. made for the reason that the Third Monday- is the day for holdiug the bales at the Rock castle Stock: Fens and custom has made it so, that county courts and stock sales go together. The"' first sale ut the Rockcastle Stock Pens will bo held the Third Monday in March. Vici'-Presi-de- The World moves, and he who stands still is either crushed or lejt behind. nt, 10C lb. Choice Hand Picked Navy Beans 2lO ' lb. AT BROWN'S More Shoes MeatsGroceries THE QUALITY AND GET THEM AT Br PLENTY OF FRESH EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS mmo nd!s LIVING STON u . 11111 1111111 : 1111 : 1 1 : 111 All Baking Cares When CALUMET comes in. au DaKini? troubles take quick leave. You co richt ahead and mix up bak- Shoulders Duitoc:--- 1 have just purchased a registered Duroc boar, now ready for service Fee 50 cts, duo at time of turning in. Jas. Winsthad. Jan. t7-- Wabd, Ky. cskts ing materials, (or bkcuits milking without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you forgtt failure. BAKING POWDER intt itmand txTftci. CALUMET - One Iron GrayJack, no better breeder in tho state mid a sure foal getter, 7 years old,. For further particulars seo M. J. Bethurum, Mt. Vernon, Ky. For Sale ON BROWN MAIN Tm.ir 'If II Ilk? . i ST." Jan i7-4- t SUSPICIOUS. txndabt: The tact that it is the. cl!r nmve that it la tl a beat. Atrial willconrloce you that there li none jutiiiood."Iluyacn-- i( you are not utui ed take It cacK ana get your money mck. Calumet contains only audi Inure- dienta a nave twen approved ouicijiiy uy ine u. a, rooa Authentic!. T mt vita ya lir k. ru"- it It the mostb'f-- tubecuue f'.!1' - T( MM vua rl HIGHEST QUALITY HIGHEST AWARDS J U. your stomach troubles aro over, fhat you can eat any kind of food that vou crave ? Consider then tho fact that Chamberlain's Tablets have cured others why not you. There are many who have been restored to health by taking these tablets and can now eat any kind of food that thoy crave. TO THE DYSPEPTIC. Would you not like to feel that 45fim l ' r aV 1 Your but 12 mImoum woik mar hour a day. jcycoyc) b. W. BETHURUfA wakt 24 hours a 4ay. J It works In many houaa-bol- da at tht same lime. q It talks better than the most fluent $ . . . weak salcinun. I No one slams tha door in Its lace. q An advirttttmant jour goods la thl ppr work while you ilrap and Subscribe for Signal JXX30(XXX' ATTORNEY AT MT VJHINON, UY. Will practice in all tho courts. Office on Chui ch btrect IW "Have a cigar, Henry T" "Whit's the matter with it?" lUarrlttv,LaM H W U.1J q RESULT: tleelUaa. q About the costf Hat leas . . saleemac thin the and dock rioia wots. 'i tesss ji nm CZ5!kjt'f iwi jtf ' in V iflti it fiSnurrriifrMCS otilured Into the ti!o,ft business Tom learning telegraphy under tho tuteliige uf our local agent, 0. A. lnrsnns, wns recently thrown iYiiiii his horse, "Hector" while uoinjr homo and nud narrowly c tea , ..s i.i.1 :. . v3lUU I ing fi ClBSiS r4 in a winning battle of life Is made when sav- - begins, it Think will educate you financially by developing: I, or one of my deputies will on Monday fob. 3rd, twlg, being tho fn st day of tho Rockcastlo Circuit Court, between tho hours of y oV.kck n. m , and 4 o'clock riivil flniiirpriiiitf Ininrlpu. MitmnliiP. Ill . Ill the front (lonf Of th J has recovered and srcim to bo in Court House in Mt Veiiiuti, Ky. bottct'luck, even if lie did lose "or for sale to the highest l.aswell's legging In a ruh- - d the following tracts of land I bid-.ad- lSr I i Sheriff's Sale for Taxes . STATEMENT of the CONDITION KY. of the PEOPLES BANK OF MT. VERNON, At the Close Of Business December 3 J, 19X8 R bitluiuton Brush Creek yester day. I 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 State of Ohio, Chy of Toledo, Tii- LANOroRn, 5. R. C. Lucas County, ss. 1'rrcluct No. Frank J. Chenoy makes oath 'J'.tx & cost f2H7 mm ne is senior partner 01 tile Coyle Heirs, lOOoore laud I'reeinct No. 2 firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing 'I.x .V COit ousiuess in the city of Toledo, 15, 1 acre land f3 7(1 County and State aforesaid, and Gentry, J 12 00 Lawrence, J C, 1 town lot that stud firm will pay tho sum I'liltc'i'soti, MrsJ C, 1 town lot, of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS years 11117 and WIS 38 11 7 17 for each and every case of Reynold, Oit, ', note land 7 20 Thompson, A L, 20 acre lnml Catarrh that caunot be cured 4 74 by the use of HALL'S CATARRH Whllnkor, Mary K, i aero land 1 to satisfy tho mx due the County und State. This Jan Loans Due from Banks . . Cash on hand .. Overdrafts . Banking House, F. and F. Other Real Estate . ESOU RCES $126,503.4 1 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 Bank of Mt. Vernon accoun' of the death of J. V. ChastfMi, which necessitated tho s' pping of fast train No 32, Our town and vicinity shares with tho entire populace of this for Mr. Clark, through the very and adjoining counties in the be- great courtesy of tho local reavement vvhich comes from the ofticials of tho L. & N. The death at Uorea last Saturday of brick plant at Dudley.near here, our friend and neighbor John has resumed operation after a Walker Uhasteen. Mr. Chastceu temporary shut down and prom had been fn declining health for ises to furnish employment to a sometime, though the nearness number of our men during tho of tho end iot this exemplary months of recuperation from tho life was known by only a few of war's industrial decline in many Win. Mason, his many friends, which adds all lines of building the more to the shock of its who has boon employed by the pasiyear-a- o dJ "reality. Orlando" e"xToiids'r6liiS:rfa. family and many friends its has just completed ouu of the deepest sorrow. We are pleased most important engineering jobs to bavo with us again the smil. ever attempted by daring man ing faces of Gradou Ball and in tho timbering of tho long wife who have returned to Or- tunnel lust north of Mullins lando from Illinois to resume the Station, has resigned his position which with the boast that ho never lost merchandise business Graydon was forced to give up a single man, and has engaged in temporarily when Uncle Sam agricultural pursuits at Brush Sam Mason, who holds called him to tho the colors be- Creek fore Germany acknowledged to the position us engineer on our tho world that she had been long loader, is now enjoying his dreaming. Auut Lizzie Ball, who vacation on a hunting trip thru fell and broke her arm a few days tho mountain of Rockcastle, and wao njflttrn since is improving nicely. Mrs. we are expecting with many wild inhabitants of Stella Lasnell has just recovered Mr. and Mrs. A.J. from a severe case of flu Chas. the jungles. Adams was in our town a fow Baker, who have been teaching days last week. A most beauti- domestic scienco near bero for ful wedding was solemnized last the past year, have an offer to week at the home of Mr. Nodi 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 Ullio Mason. known whether or not ''Jack'" cares to leave his farm for a This spleudid young couple shortly after they were continuation of his professional wedded for an extended honey services along other lines. F.P. Robinson, one of KockcastloV moon trip down South. successful farmers was over to Tho hustliug salesman, Mr. n Woodall, called on our local mer- our town from the Pino Hill Sunday and reports great There was chants recently. toward quite an oxcitment in our village progress being mode unother bumper crop of corn and Tuesday when the team of Mart and Gar Clark became frightened wheat for tho ensuing year. at a train and ran away. The 'Bill" Anglin, tho horses fled northward over the deputy sheriff and a posse of embankment of the railroad Till, officers was through here last near the depot, again reaching Sunday morning from a business the road after a dangerous de- trip into the Crooked Creek secscent down the fill und would tion. James Anglin tho well have been killed but for the known violinist of this place, has been very popular with the flagman of local train No. 93 his jab and stopping them younger set for sometime furnmusic lor many social -- John Jordan, a stalwart speci-ma- ishing gathering commonly called dances of Rockcastle soldier mater ial, who is located at New Port of tho old dme variety. A. T. News, Va., and having been to Furnish, who has been with us Franco during tho early days of for sovorul months in the mer- our count rys"" "expedition aTfroad' ehandise business, has sold out where he gained for himself the to A. G. Bull und we regret to rank of sharp shooter in tho say, is about to leave Orlaudo. heavy artillery Is visiting his Mr. Furnish has tnude a host of many friends and relatives hero. friends during his brief sojourn Atty. Ashley Owens was In our in this community and all join in town Monday in Interest of his wishing him a continued success clients, whoso cases are expected wherever he goes. Mrs. Lizzie to come up in this term of court. Ball has announced the engageMr. and Mrs. Ed Burnett have ment of her daughter, Annie, to returned homo from Coxton, Ky. Mr. John Gill, son of Rev. RanTho flu has about abated in dall GUI, of Hurlan, Ky. The this section leaving only a fow date of wedlock has been kept cases on tho present sick list, secrot for the presont, though nearly all wo aro happy to say from all indicaMotiS it is not fur are convalescent. Our hustling off. Emory Ball, who recently merchant, h. J.. .Reams, was in caused a slump in tho coal markMt. Vernon Tuesday having den et by reason of over production tal work dono. David Clark was in Harlan, has returned to Brush called to Berea last Saturday on Creek and with Mr. Rood Procter, d sec-tioover-wakef- ul n n ME DIG INK. I'reeinut No. 3 Frank J. Cheney. Conn, Ann, 8 acres laud Sworn to before 1110 and sub Dooloy, V I, Hlaerviluml scribed in my presence, this (5th ; Herrintoii, J W, 37 acres hind Howard, Mat, 33 iicres laud dayuf December, A. D. 18S6 A. W. Gleiison, Tux V cost 2 71 19 St G If. 13 97 ORLANDO Notary Public. (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and ucts through tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. V. J. CHENISY& Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggist, 75c. Hall's family pills for constipation. Kidnell, 1. K, 75 hitch land Mae tin, Malitslc, 10 acivn litml OnuliH, Don, tiO iictvs land l'ullins, Diivu, 83 norcs lnml Wilson, John, lftl) iioius land Wilson, Jolmie, 2S acres land Precinct No. 14 21 11 Capital Surplus Deposits LIABILITIES . . . . n ir 3 07 Undivided Profits . 7S9 G 10 H .Bar-m- 0TE WELL family Tax & cost 4 11 John it, 25 acres lnml 7 07 Hurley, Alfred, 4S acres land Lunceford, ml;i, 18 acre land 4 30 Precinct No 5 Tax & cost $ G 12 Owens, Mnttic, 30 acres land l'reclnct No. 8 CliasU-cn- , tM r- - L s rt a ;i LVLtV (.: r. fL fLU all A-- n i v il sa, hJ-.S4- A. m mm . Tax&cont $5 IM 4 24 :! lW&l m m M S . V arsBVe W" ; Ctf a--' V-- T S av m mm The entire Jiarcv, J.tuUxs acres laud Lnswell, V K, of George Robinson, G (!, acres land I'recinct No. 7 Julm.. Payno and (daughter, Julia, spent Uegley, Uoyil, acres laud $10 65 Sunday with Mrs. John Flecher 2 44 acres land Cotton, Lizzie, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes and HuyU'i), Mrs Carrie, town lot G 18 Mrs. Clara Carmical spent Sun- Livingston Lumber Co, town lots 21 90 4 21 day with Mrs. John Kirby Mrs. Wolf, Ed, ncrea land 26 80 Richard,. Bradley, of near Mt. Allen, Phil T, acres land 4 G3 Vernon, spent Sunday with lit r Wlllmott, R T, town lot Precinct NoV8 sister, Mrs. Wm. Cromer. Mr. v Tax & cost and Mrs. Mitchell Norton spent Arnold, Mrs J S, 80 acres land $ 3 SO Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ilradley, J II, 60 acres land ...4 11 Chas. Shepherd, at Cove. Mr Koborts, J II, 65 acres land 8 8'J 31M Fred Hayes, of near Mt. Vernon, Taylor, J A, 25 acres land Precinct No. 9. hni bought a farm near this Tax&coet f place and moved to it Mr. and Gibbons, N T, SU acres laml , $ 11 00 TuesEugouo Stokea-spe-nt Mrs. Reynolds, C J, 75 acres lnnd 6 58 day night twith Mr. and Mrs. Precinct No. 10. Alfred Barnes. Mr. Geo. Owens Tax .V cost and family, of Marotburg. spent Clark, A M. 12 aeres laud 10 36 2 3b Saturday and Sunday with Mr Duvall Heirs, 100 acri'S land hS acres land Howard, 9 06 and Mrs. Fred Hayes. , TaVSfvFoBVy h The Louisville Herald The biggest news event the world has ever sec'il. with the exception of the wjir. is breaking right now in Paris the Peace CuiiFuiciilv You who so bieathlcssly followed the war news, pal Uculstrly after the United Stales became a participant, ate now eagerly wailing to team what is to be the fate of the vandals who set the world aflaine. vitw m- S" - This News From All Angles From The Pens Of These Master Writers Get PkObeit L. Owen, U. S. Senator, from Oklahoma. 'J.. . Guglielnio Korraio, famous Italian Historian. Allxnt Thomas, noted French Socialist. Jtntin McGrath, editor San Fruncisco Examiner. James J. Montague, noted political writer. 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