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VERNON, Wm'TCiWS ROCKCASTLE' COUNTY, KYi h.vxJu,,v to Coblentz by way of (called Treves' bv the Pren-ch- v S B -- A. JLi JtLi reaching Cohletitz'about x nignt. xou KtiowJ usedrto-bafraid to get intoouUVille ixt the night unless 1 had- - a - roo mW X. reserved, tearing that 1 wblild Lkl W get to stay, hut 'thahkito M the last nine months' haYeit?q i I?CflPT.TA xxr 13J13 t,uuiaux rri. 'iftin Triersl TV i "' 1 XV J VT '' "i' kJ iizOiBfeS rt!i is if- ' waTwE. . : " j ' -- r, N rmUNK 1H r - -- Winy " . . r . . - I ii ' -- . v the iiiiAci-fAn. -- n , b i. b-- mm no-pla- t (MiHHBiHHHa . ! 'j -- V Cobientz, a city ,oT"'arpund'Tsiifrjr: I I- thousand at Vmidnteht did not: . u worry me; You? .know- - ir-is- ; Q . 11 .' i.rtf '' NUWkk ! - H b " "i mrr - - '3 ii ri KJ Ml Emm -- .ak. .r k B B iM- . '- -. - - rS War life, ther.ens kneWT- - alwiylfhVjo . : t portunity to'iust" not go' to to any bfed.-- Ladies' Coats COATS LADIES' We can at less than one half. ? rrom tne fio2ffeut A$orai r-u, a. .biiietioiE omoero " vnnlrtntha'aAm.tmA W""- - V : afterabout an ho'ufs'WalkI cated him,4ohly to be told that Nl every available place wasfeUed. lo Just a few, more days that you can buy save you from twelve to fifteen dollars on every Coat. " AIL sizes in all the different material's SOTTON & McBEE t MT. VERNON "P "p KENTUCKY ifc Jn"VJXilN C irpVF'TrT?V IN GERMANY r ; Mr.E. S.Albright, Mt. Vernon, Kj'. - Bitburg, Germany. Jan. 3, I9I9. Dear Edgar:-I suppose if I were writing an read and what I had already article for publication. I would seen, 1 had no real conception of style this letter 'Jn the Enemy's a battle 'field. For miles we could only see the effect caused Country'. raids and I left Paris on the night of Dec by air destroyed bursting shells, towns and great shell 26th, going by way of Chateau-ThierrChalon, Epernay and holes every where. Then came Toul, reaching- - Nancy at ten the towns which were right at o'clock- the next day. I spent a the front, the last on the French couple of hours in Nancy get- side being Pagny,- a town ot posting baggage and ad- sibly a couple of thousand peo ditional movement orders and pie and completely destroyed. I left there for Metz at a little do not believe there was a house after I2 o'clock. I was mighty in it which was left decent to glad to have this daylight ride live in. From South of this across the old battle line, or place for several miles the railrather lines, north of Metz and road communication had been for once I wa glad to be on a cut of course since the beginniug French train which ran slow,, of the war and the' road de stopped pften and stood a long siroyea. It has been rebuilt time when it stopped I was in the since the armistice was "signed. same compartment with a Lieu- - For several miles the battle line y, knew the. country was my firgfc. dde in German coach, being one of ' those "recently turned over to the Allies. There has been a great deal written about the de vastation and destruction caused by war, but no one can adequately describe it. After all I have te'nant who weU and - - ! USE ' White Fawn FLOUR rom selected Red Winter WKeat ForfSale .by all Merchants, A trial will convince you, Satisf ac-Made- -f While I was standing- - there scratching my he&d, two Captains and a Lieutenant came in on the samer errand as mya'clf" and received the; same fipd of a reception. While we were uotf the 1 1S kind for dering on a good plce to stayup. I the billeting- - ofmier had an idea. All go a sacrifice. He said he' had beds reserved at iJpNDREDS-o- f a cettam place for two Colonels Dress Shirts and two Maiors and we might I risk taking them. The Captains' ! -" w. V v i i J said they thought thev could beColonels for the niehfc, if the : Lieutenant and I could take.the " part Qf Majors. As I had sat up Spot u$t-Oppos-ite. all night on the train he night the before, I was .ready for; ariy tkijr. " ifVfcTKiaUl!.. 1. , :L. so after another half- - mile walk (I i- - r, and the help of two German po- .j.. .j j. O J licemen we fonndithe?place in a private home. We sounded the . 'V J lPftloirifoodthanilherihim and. was certamlv eted An thrown into another world as far !- -' Dqngntjsee mmi anc He told me there were as language is concerned and can alarm and after a time a middle some Rockcastle boys in this did not even ask for a Jdrink of water. aged woman came to the door wao practicaily, tha.;saoe:fflea); spoke fairly good ngMkad; re- lenW ist jn$ IrsaniL- - at little fort across the 'Rhine, bu,iljjniy I certainly hope I will not. have ceived us kindly!. Sbe.pij$aia to- more tbkm fialf the cosCTheY." had a short time before my pass to stay long lam to be attached -a over th river was put, I did not to the 3l4th ammunition train ped inqniring if we would hreak- - M.vC. 4. lb Coblentz-irgervingbitfer- get-t- o Eliast.ther-th- 4. - next- - mornmr L'saw ond ofthk89th division" who are loan.a.felt-fracthan3the-y; sjer vd other bntas'I did not know him cated, about eieht miles out of which I did. m do not 'know injParis ot other French cities lyry wfllat. home cannot call this town. The 89th claims they .what became of the officers; The T&erCttyt)f UQWente I crossed over the will be the first of this part ot the next day I was sei it another iocnvei todaj looks mbrelike one ptotirj river' in a ferry but as I came army to go home and I cerGerman home 'where I spent three nights.. You know tinder Jlmericin'citieS tharaanyplace I back1 walked the old pontoon tainly hope so. because I, think the terms of the armistice, 'the have, seetf since: I left hornet bridge Which is one of the oldest that will'at least give me a chance the town and pic-lur- to, get back into France. had extended along this railroad German government must; fur-- Broad streets;- - modern" 'build things-abou- t ings, beaiitiful1 shop - windows, of which you have doubtlesThis is a mighty Jong letter with the French and American ninh this 'lodging and it isdone g s-seeh many time. but will possibly be the last one trenches on one side and the in this way and is frea to mem- stocked with practically very-thinone needs. They are On the last day of the year, I I wll write you at least for a long Germans on the other. While bers of the A. E P: Cqblentz is really So much like-o- ur? own was sent up here to' Bitburg a time. I want to give everybody Engineers were rebuilding rail the headquarter1 of M. C. shop windows.- - that it made me little town several Kilometres my very best wishes for a. happy toads .and blown up bridges as A. withthe army of occupation. fast as possible the trenches and I spent three-daythere' before I homesiqkandyet, they howl to from the Luxemburg border and new year.. One of the big things dugouts are just about as they was assigned .for work Thcpeo-pi- e iua wurju uausuHi , uiai wioy are almost due- - north of Triers that is worrying me now is that wete left as the Germans re(Treves)"; I caught a dayiight I cannot; charter a ship, so lean where I stayed ran over s really a lovely little ride from Coblentz up tire Mos- bring all my friends a souvenir. treated. In many places the lines themselves to be kind? tos me, .Coblentz Triers-ahdi-t of barbed wire entanglements bringing me coffeeclp mys'Todm in '.citysitiMitBdion' the- - RhinerHt he elle-to is wonder- Just learned that Will Robinson which-.were only short distance apart. the morning, and also "in the af mouth ful ride. The railroad winds was dowp at Triers a short disIt seemed almost unbelieveable ternoon if I happened, to be. in the think is! tgreed to be the most right up tne beautiful river, the tance from here.- You find our to me that intricate system ot room and always refusing to'take Lheffijtif nl rivertofiGermahyv The banks of which look almost like boys everywhere. When it is all trenches and lines of wire en- a centfor it. The " fact, is .they prmpa part t of the city. is on cliffs for hundreds of feet. It known you are. going to find that tanglement continued on and on are doing all they 'can to please the tttJbank'JofKt,hine-an- does not look like a goat, much our Rockcastle soldiers have for hundreds .0 miles along that the Americans, because;- - they exon fa plain2 jd't above the less a man could' get up them made a record of which we need great battle front. There are pect something and are4 pinning riyieir, wUldUit acros3.vth9 river" and yet these Gormans have ter- not be ashamed. I knew they still great ammunition dutiiT their faith to the Americans to oriejflf tue old fortress castles for raced' those banks from the high-wate- r would do it. With best wishes for all, containing literally millions of save themselves, but thy 'will which tre Rhine ?is famous 'rises mark up and have them all kinds of shells still along never escape the full responsibil to almost four huhdred feet in covered with vineyards. In the I am, as ever, here and all along the railroad ity of this war and I do 'not be perpendicular natural stone or first place I do not see how they E. &.. Gentry. lines were American soldiers. lieve they will 'fopf ven the cohere te. above the river. Thi have done it and then how in the The roads are linedwith miles' of. American soldiers by; tneirorced fort.is occupied by our troopsTiow world it can pay for the outlay of camouflage both on the AUies's kindness. with all'its money and labor necessary to do anda w"4s t'dld'-that- 1 side of the line and the Germans brings to my mind" tgPatO only a walls andHpassagewa'vs if would it. I do not like this country or because it must be remembered few months agp. - tjee same accomodte-a- ' defending army ''of the people. One thing I suppose For Infants and Childrea. that they knew how to camou- people wete paradingthese same morthapixtyithousand'men.r I is thai I had just gotten to where In Usf For Years flage as well as we In one streets with band& playiogand talked the military, police? oufof I could get around among the Always bears the place I noticed what appeared to flags flying because thetnewhad a pass jtocrbss?the river and French with the few words I had Signature of be a small hill but the Lieuten- reached them .thattheir,infernal vjsit:thef6'rt. It is a wonderful picked np and now I am simply ant told me it was all comouflage submarines :had sunkanother place" and jLIHe viewff or ;mileii up and that beneath it could Jae hid- ship joadrof innocent 'womerra ,nd apdJdown the Rhine and up the t j" -- I ::' den hundreds of men and tons of children, or Red Cross nurses Riosejie yaney is ammunition At another place a and wounded soldiers. Why. , .,.., narrow gauged railway led up to wnne 1 was1- in coblentz I saw oeeun ov tnesKomans lntaa irth a hill an,d entered! a dugout where post.card pioturas;of jthe retreat. ceafry.l itapoiebn occupied the .M the officer said two regiments of insr German armV as' inarch to! pi: it nassed toW.n on our soldiers had been concealed 't.KrfSni;rWf.Ui.'3.5fii:!2.i- -. hM&H ststieziqdLidbjf vu.ubu ,I1IU iijriMt- wiuia auu Mccw -- though'itneln in little underground p.t.v. Tf. the population xoverinsr them hHitillj was practicajly the same on the with flowers and waving scronhw;beesichTjged' German side of jthe line Great as though they thi.'ifcaeamairnow to .ha .for a. Efal. Syrup lu.can Lomaioes shell holes everywhere, growing were vjcfedrs -- insteadiOtaJjunch dfftfeentf purpose1 than itbiu-'fo- r Hominy larger and fewer right tq-t1 Gal. Syrup bJ it Waaected. The Kaiser 1Z Vi ., 1 gates of Metz;which 'we reached comenochant e -- of " heart'tbat fias a Arm & Hammer after-fouo'clock. We had un quicks iwicurse the .kaiaer Via uunf String. . Soda , , til seven o'clock to .get out of and yelrnwill ind his nksture all h ooirt:i Beane It .will be a wshtY Sx Cknndny Soap. , there but as it'soon-got-dark-iu, nearrjr et ury iiibMi ut ifetf ceHrtit meri beforft ba srjfittda v3jb$m Blackme&j - "5'' t,t sa very1 little of the city, Steel dut Coffee h'aftWiitiff a good supper 4n.a fcreetan. cotekas vic 1' x.tv? - t ' Dried Beans, lb 1 s?!!? eon the covets Arm nciArjm iv?:-mwiiant near the1, siatibn "among as Preii' rixi - rumoKm- -- .. r JChaperof this . perib. Lara (goodl) Coff eB per lb Hammer Soap, per bar HERE IS THE ANSWER 'OI13 .granulated per lb , w PER White Fawn 171M iv BAG 1 -iVUI, A SEN'S OVERALLS, 10c 40 25c 25c 5c - $2.00 $. MEN'S HATS,. 4SC up. to at Bargabs in Work and' NEED MONEY COME AND SFE ME! - -- W. F , B A K E R BlTht Court IY. if I 1 in-vCo- lt i . I JIS3K J.'! -- mtPk te C f S IT. tr rlt'1! b -- iaLtttaimtolPtwd seei-s-tbe- his-nam- e. o, J es 1 the'' s " -- -- 1 - -- -- When-IseitfiCbri- ly ' CASTOR IA -- X on&-never-u-o- e 'r.. - r v (Zm Ovr 30 - hw-famif- $f , hand-kerchiefeaus- sts ti. -- he r l.theSulitKJa1b?cah x B We quote you a few of jour prices: ,17c 40c 10 10c 18c 15c 5 To Prove Wie Are Not Extortioners Tj " y 4c 0c home-a)thir.wiwAl- aac tion guaranteed or money bade Made Only by cosmopoltan group ohpatfph&s he Qrab Orchard Milling '. Co. f t CRAB ORCHARD, V you could find. I safce-atthA4waite ittiBT rim ia aaothrjJ Vfber same table with some AnerioAn. in.2..3L. .m roLi 1 iw?soldiers and T.t-Tia 't inh1 JejiiMAic ":. .mr, r .cltA',-The waitress snnlro. Knf.li mnnfln. inrRvn atMM puT'por'-the-; Jrer?S . rxiiri. afid. - GermaSi! an EMiaana: A'micaiarn. Iiorgot totll 5. a' "':-VW .s Belgian officer sat ;at ihWferj ' rv uuuiuubiiw:. :: table near a group .ot Itrimfiisk-diersh-p wwehlviog tl 1 r y. ., mc a ij'jfKf-.namaom.Aiati: j acivilin-FreBEhilanfaii3ln4wri- inisayfiMile 5Wf( 4wa.imtie k&9w&M' '''- - vih -- f - lac iatevai; I HiU$: 15c I Flbnrv per sack Boat Coal Oil, gal, S150 20c H ir, . - -- w W&ch ;save-yo-u mbucy-r-- Come to sec us . . KY- - 'w of thwraive;,whi!epaoha inatabt, table jfour GeriiaagtgikdiwUigfy' "- -, Pm'imti.s -- r5r: T .5V4r?swKiwr rirjT - vmmm XW aei 1 S!9. 5i WKS"Kr Mr lf;iW.lr4:inTTafct;iI-i:aFrM J Y cwwnwyenbt: ' " ?T-r(- 'l me.-- :' vr V 1: .iMWiao- - t ... ' 'Iv ' uP'H .m t-.- -. A fl ZJT .v-- .. V MItifiMS T ttaara.oivat v i .. .t a Sm " r r v- - - ; j:--- - ' J5;r :, ik J v V P5JTpHTff. m V-. v -- -. Jj;- - r - r - r -- tTrti ' ' . t ' ."x. w V t s. r.Jiv -:- &&:-" 4 'f'. - 'A rr K ,s"ri.j.- P"H. r ? - '. 3v - SaaSfca . .KUiU h---j &l. sK 9! Mt.Vefcnori rv FsedaT, eb Sign! 1919 I ilotai Dave Grubbs" every instance that it is appar W" vio preached at' Mt. Pjsgah Sunday. rent th t the law has been 'Kirby.-r-Re- v. ariA t.hot. t.ho PirPllitv Poilrt' ;.biid r nurr1iqd Mrs. m v. a very sick be requested to hold the Graor. $toiie Fie-chefir't-'di week. Mrs Lizzie Jury in session at eacr term ' :the Published every Friday by Circuit" Court until lhey nut m6p, of Mt Vernon; .spent?. EDGARS. ALBRlGhl, thoroughly investigate all ca s pat) lay night and Sunday with of alleged violations of this law tint mother, Mrs, JohnPayne at $1.0 S JBSCRIPTIOrf OH VKAR 6. Be it resolved that w this place. Mrs. Mitchell Norton an Misses Nancy and .Sallie denounce gambling; the cence Advertising rates maae Ithotun on ed deadly weapon practicl an. Spwd.rs spent Saturday and SunPPticaticrK and day with Mr. and Mr,rJobj IbKiad Tout Have Always Bought,borne which has been do we especially condemn for over thirty years, has the signature of imose Norton. Mr. Wm. Wallen bought jury and false swearing pte and has been made under 'his ner- .. ayragon and a team of mules ft r MEMBER OF lent in this community, and sonal supervision since its infancy. S SSOCI ATION KENTUCKY PRES $400. The family, of George Allow no one to. deceive vnu in this. promise to be active in the pr Barnes are all getting better with " are but Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and " ecution of these and all other i Sikferiments that trifle with and endanger the health of eu the flu - The seventeen year old fractions of the law, to the I iMfants and Children Experience against Experiment. that Rockcastle County may b- daughter of Boone Barnes died. Iaap week of flu. We are ha ing come a better and more secu 4A&3r some, verv cool days and nights Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, place in Which to live. Ray me Be- week. Drpc and Soothiiig Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains The above Resolutions were for the past ..meitker Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Rus-s- e unanimously adopted at the M.ss ttfurum spent bunday with more MASS MEETING. Fletcher, The farmers . in. " .vagtis its' guarantee.. . Forrelief ofthan thirty years it has "'.X"bem ia constant use for the Constipation, Flatulency, Meeting at the Court House 6rr The Mass Meeting or better thj? part have began to pjow; vv-- f hid. Colic .and Diarrhoea;- allaying Feverishness arising Monday Febrnary 3rd. Meeami make readjC.ftir their' next ternj, the .thtrefrom, aad by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids We. the Committee at the crop of corn, ting held at Court House Monday ... ; ftp assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Mt; Vernon on Tht Childiea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. afternoon, brought as large if Court House in A . ii; not the largest crowd ever as February 3rd to represent th: CATARRHAL DEAFNESS sembled in that room Dr. M. Pen Civ.c League, a part of the Coun CANNOT BE CURED ALWAYS GENUINE nington, Chairman of the Council cil of Defense of Rockcastle Coun by local applications, as they Bears the Signature of of Defense, presided. Rev. L.N. ty af er due consideration have cannot reach the diseased, por fowling of Brodbead opened the apj.o nted the following .men . to tion of the ear. There .is only rj L r yf MgdpjpH0fJ meeting with prajer. Judge B. carry out the citizens part of one way to cure catarrhal deaf5 adopted at the ness, and that is by a constitu J. Betburum and Judge W. N. Resolution No. tipnal remedy. Catarrhal DeafFlippin made strong appeals to Mass Meeting tee people to help break up the E. Mt. Vernon No. 1: Rev H. ness is caused by an inflamed whiskey traffic. They said the T. Young, J. Fish, U. G. Baker. condition of the mucous lining courts can not do it without the Chas. C. Davis, James Pitman. of the Eustachian Tube. When .yon have a help of the people. The followTh Kind You Have Always Bought W. Mt Vernon No. 2: J. T this tube is inflamed CITV. ing resolutions or imperfect were then pre- Meadows, Jonas McKensie, E. S. rumbling sound sented by John Rocins, of Brod Albright, T. B. Lair, J. W. Baker hearing, and when it is entirely head, who moved their adoption, Sr. closed, Deafness is the result.. which motion was seconded by Unless the inflamation .can be Bound Stone No. 3: B. P.Cau-dil- l, reduced and. this tube restored W. Bethurum who also Judge Lr .;" ! . .. s . "' J. ff. Dean, T. J. Hays, W. urged in strong terms .all efforts to.ts normal condition, nearing avijl be destroyed, fqreyer. Many ta do away with whiskey. A.num N. Rice, J. H. Lambert. Scaffold Cane No. 4: G. V. cases of deafness are caused by ber of two minute speeches followed by Rev. Master, Rev. H. Owens, Geo Gatliff, O.M. Payne, eatarrh, which is an inflamed condition of ,tne mucous surfaces T. oung, Squire W. D. Mullins, R. J. Abney, J. W. Todd. Crooked Creek.No.5: OwenAl-len- , Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thi u G. S. Griffin, Judge Cam Mullins, Chas. Scott. M. A; Vanzant, the;bldod on the muoous surfaces 1 W. H. Jones, U. G. Baker ard others, whose names we failed to Sollie Griffin, Jeffy Jennings. of the system. r - Rev. Rovy ' We will give One.. Hundred Dol . The vote on the resolutions . get. Brush (Jreek No. 6:.offered, 'was taken and unanimous Nfullins, James Proctor, IEd lars for any 'case of Catarrhal When Swift 8c Company Jy adopted. The resolutions are Owens, Tom Branaman, W.'U Deafness that cannot be cured paid, say, 13 dollars per hunby "Hall's Catarrh' Medidnei Cir ' asfollows: f Johnson. dredweight for live beef cattle Livingston No. 7: S. B. Hel culars free. All Druggists, 75c.' "violation of Whereas it is a " last year, the profit was only F. J. Eheney L Co., 'Toledo, " to sell whiskey in Rockcas- lard, G. W. Giiffith, J F. Dees, . law 13 Cents! In other words, if we Ohio. . tle County, or to carry whiskey George Cash, W. M. Owens.--' had paid $13.13, we would have ' Walnut Grove No. $: Napoleon into the County, except for per Children. .. )For made no sonal use, and it is' apparent that Whitaker, Bill Pltmai, W'.'S. Ren-- " Too much care cannot be Or, if we had received a this law is being flagrantly vio- per, John Niceley , W'S.- - Busselh in selecting a cough medto submit the follated, we beg quarter of a 'cent per ppund less Brown No 9: -- C. C. Metcalf, lowing resolutions to the Citizens J. J. Cummins, J. L- - Thompson, icine for children. It should be for dressed beef we w6uld have pleasant to take, contain no of our Couuty in mass convention W. F. Debord, J. J. Brown. made no profit hat mless drug and most effectual assembled. S. Brodbead No 10: A. M in curing their coughs .nnd colds. It is doubtful whether any 1. Bt it resolved that we Hiatt, Rev. A. J. Pike, A. E. Long experience has shown, that other business is run on so close offer our help and assistance E. L. Harris, Dannie Chamberlain's Cough Remedy having jurisdic- Owens. a. margin of profit to all Courts meets these conditions. It is a tion to briDg all violators of Powers No. n: Rev. "Wm. favorite with many mothers. This is bringing the producer of this law to justice; that we Durham, Kev..Hayse Smith.Rev. and the consumer pretty close pledge ourselves to make reports Sheridan Overbey, W. A. Mul together which should be the giving witnesses, in order that lins, R. B. Ballinger. ' FOR rOTCHEirS object of any industry turning the Courts Bmay be able to inves all violations of Pine Hill No. 12: John Hilton, tigate anyrid raw material into a useful form. Bill McHargue, Wm Hansel, m this law; that we give our undi Dillie Cottongim, Rev. This remarkable showing is due to FOR Grubbs. vided moral support tojany legiti normous volume, perfected facilities Duroc boar, "Mimate move to suppress the sale of Wildie No. I3: Sari Phillips, (packing plants strategically located, D. L. Carter, Richard Branaman, llers Col. Orion" , No. 13435 whiskey in Rockcastle County. N branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), Farrowed April 22, i9i8. ',hat we Hester Parsons, fl. H. Wood. Be it resolved 2. and an army of men . and women WA1.THR H. MlLLKR hereby request all Courts to use Red Hill No. 14:- - Wm Barnett, chosen and trained to do their special all possible dilligence in enforc H. L. Ponder, T. R. Mullins, work. Duroc: I have just purchased ing the statutory, laws with refer- Rev. D. Parker, Jesse Cotton. a registered Duroc boar, now This, and many, other points of N. Brodhead No 15: John ready fcr service. Fee 50 cts. ence to the sale or carrying any interest, art found in the Syrift & intoxicating liqnor into this local Robins. J. R. Howard, F.F.Rob-bins- , due at time of turning' in. Company Year Book for 1919, just T. J. Belcher, R. L. Smith. option territory. "JAS. WlNSTEAD, published which is brought out- - for the All of which is respectfully Jan. i7-4Wabd, Ky. x. Be it resolved that we public as well as for the 25,000 Swift' w ' use our influence to build up submitted. & Company shareholders. R. H. Hamm public sentiment and arouse the PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTAC KS. The Year Book also represents the W. H. Jones people to a sense ot their Persons subject to periodic packer's side of the Federal Trade G. S Griffin duty, and make this sentimeni bilious attacks will observe that Commission investigation, upon which .. Cam Mullins. stfongtthat it will be impossible so betheir appetite fails them just Congress is asked to base action Committee. for any one to violate this law industry. fore an attack. That is, they against -- Children Cry for Fletcher's i GREAT NATIONAL DAILY PAPER FOR SIX MONTHS SOUTH'S LFADI'MG FARM PAPER FOR ONE YEAR A LEADING NA HON MAGAZINE rOR ONE YEAR lC52i -- OR- m ALL POR ONLY Iffi Just-as-go- od - WhatisCASTORIA - 11.40 Peace Terms GREAT NATIONAL DAILY PAPER rOR THREE MONTHS SOUTH'S LEADING FARM PAPER FOB ONE YEAR Anti-Bootleg- gers - " CASTORIA Now are being debated by the international deleGigantic gates assembled at the Paris Congress. f.9 Reconstruction nlans for t.hp rhnhiHtfttinn of the devastated re gions will be determined. There must be . greater In Use For Over 30 Years Food Supplies for the millions in the enemy countries as well as among the Allies and in America. Thus arises the Farmer's Problem r in the, after programme. Every farmer must keep posted on European affairs through a the-wa- -- .- Daily Newspaper that pays particular attention to foreign news. The one in this territory is THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L 13 Dollars-- 13 Gents with its complete foreign service, through the Associated Press and The New "York 'limes. Also he must read a Farm Paper production. The one farm paper edited especially for the farmers of this section is THK that will aid him to increase '" INLAND FARMER published twice a month in Lonisville, and now .embracing "Home and Farm.' "Kentucky Farming", and "Farm and Family.'.' t;. 1 the profit ex-ercis- gd -- For Only $2. GO WOMAN'S WORLD Al-brigh- t, The Courier Journal offers a six months' daily subscription, together with a full year's subscription to The Inland Farmer and a year's subscription to a national monthly magazine, devoted to the inter- ests of women and the home. This remarkable three-fo- r one bargain subscription offer represents a utLiiatQu Off UL -- as to a SALE.11-Registered!1 Cash Saving of $ 1 ,00 The regular six months' subscription rate of The Courier Journal alone is $2.60. 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Stokes, of Mt, Vernon, or any intoxicating liquor in this spent Friday night with Mrs. J. county without being punished therefor to the full extent of the ive HOPEWELL "72 do not really crave food but eat because it, is meal time It they will eat only a light meal and noAitfeat. then take two of Cham berjain's Tablets the at take may b.e' avoided. . the Many who have never heard the packer's side are sending for the Year All Subscriptions under these special offer? must be sent direct to The Courier-Journa- l. Book. Noagents commissions will be allowed. The 32.60 and $1.4' prices apply only in law. ..:::::;:::.. .....::it, I IV . Lr v tUG ' X resolved that lend our assistance to the Dis trict Federal Court and. to the. United States Deputy Marshall in a way to make it impossible for anyone to run a still for the making of moonshine whiskey anywhere within this county that we will support the Deputy' Marshall in a that he will be able .. to apprehend and destroy every distillery set up for. making moonshine whiskey in this county, or in any of the counties adjacent thereto. 5e ic resoivea mat a 5. Committee be here appointed that will consist of at Jest one man in jeacb voting piecinct in the county, and that said man, or me, sake weekly reports to ' somto civil officer .having jurisdiction in said precm-- t, and we 4. Be we It !;: Would you like one ? Merely mail your name and address to the Chicago office and the book will come to you. Address Kentucky and J 50 Miles 600 miles of tfftf?ff HOUSE .. : .t.s;t:;::: f::;; of Louisville in other States. The rates beyond 150 miles and within Louisville are $2.70 and $1.45 respectively. Slightly higher rates beyoud 600 miles. M CRIFFirflMi I Swift & Company Un;on Stock Yards, Chicago THE LOUISVILLE TIMES can be substituted for The Daily Courier-Journa- l, if an evening paper ia preferred, at the same rates for either of these special club offers. WHEN YOU WANT Take Advantage of These Big Bargains Use the Soecial Order Blank Below Special Club Subscription Blank THE COURIER-JOURNA- L, .Gome in and sec us. A look is the surest way to fmd out, where you can get what you want for the feast money f DRY GOODS DON'X FORGET .' Leulsvile, Ky. S Date .1919. Mf TBgL figPERUNAJK that Breaks' ip Everything new and fresh and our, prices right. GROCERY DEPARTMENT OUa , request that said officers witnesses on furnished and have tings to investigate of the law d issue sum-se- n information 'j- W"-..- - weekly sitinfractions' warrants ia J. B. Cummins, Prop. m HHHPHHHHH HljtHHIfl MtYemon f. 1 if-- PdRlm; BARtallN 'HOUSE "Sa -. aCtti Braacttil hfUMBjttiiMtv Su(e Wegt;Main Street mm j Sif. "I wish to state that I always keep Peruna in the house-.- I good medicine to think it have on hand. If I commence taking: a, cold, I take Peruna and it breaks it up for me. It is. also sood for "the Bronchial . 'Trube.? Peruna Ims ' served the Amer- iea aeeete fer mere, than 'ferty years. ""Theee wh:kew its valuf always have K at hafMi Why writes: Mr. Robert McDoigaH, R. R. Ne. $, Liberty, Iadiaaa, Mark X in front of offer you wish to take. Send The Daily Courier-Journfor six months, together with The Inland Fanner for one year and Woman's World for one year, or Send The Daily Courier-Journfor three months, together with The Inland Parmer for one year, in accordanoe with' your al al Special Club Subscription Offer, uubfehed in The, da Mt VERNON (KY., WEEKLY) SIGNAI t Name............... Street or R:P.rD: No.' COMMISSION NOaGENTS ! -- State. Reaikaace inclosed, fer $. can be allowed oa theee elubs, Every concession is to the subscriber, HetyeuT": V 42 'sFrry mmwsma&m& 'it ' f i mgmmwtm iSiii tf ' " lT rrr , -- : ' Tr?l(" ' - , r- 1 . " SALESMEN WANTED Lost: A hound dog. Large to solicit orders for lubricating dog, red, black back, tag No. 503.' oils, greases and" paints. Salary . Mr. Chas.:P4ke, of Reward for his return. or Commission. Mt. Vernon Ky, Feb. 7, 1919 Address THE Corbin, were with his - parents, E. L. Grhss, Wabd, Ky. HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, pfiV. and Jfrrs. ri-- T. P.fc Feb 9 3t up "N0.79" Ohio. ".Saturday until Sunday-Xest- er want toOommunio For Sale: .Some hogs, one one with SIGNAL "was here Brown sheotin oy nn . vrd wirfP O'Bannon, w mare and a pair of work mules. Sunday. visiting relatives. A. M. 20 cts per yard. Mode Crawford, Hiatt was in London Friday 'on Drummond's Mt. Vernon, Ky. business. Prof. j3. A. Strange W. H. Brovra closed a deal received a message Saturday this morning with Cbas C. Davis that bis sister, Mrs.' Dola Blair, Louisviux & Nashviilc R.R.Co. for his farm known as the of ColumbhtV was dead. Mrs place, consideration unBlair has been ill for several TIME TABLE. In the deal Mr. Davis months with '.tuberculosis, and 4.57 p m known 22 nortn..." gets the dwelling and store where her death has been hourly ex. 24 north 3:35 am Mr Brown now lives. Mr. Brown It is the opinion of people gener- pected for several weeks". Mr. 23 south 12:35 p id will close out his stock of goods ally, that the Mass Meeting at the Strange left immediately for 12:45 a m 21 cfouth .'. and devote himself entirely to Court House on Monday did a Columbia where burial took place Jas. Landrum, Agent. the farm. great deal of good in the way of Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Phone No. 8. arousing people to a sense of duty The Rev..Childress heldregu-la- r Gregory Thomason died Sun. Ky. Potofice and making them more deterEntered at the Mt Vernon, services at the Baptisfchurch day at Haeard of appendicitis. s mail matter. u mined to suppress bootlegging. Sunday noon.- - Mr. Childress is For several months he had been The organization " as outlined at just recovering from asevere employed at Lenret, Ky. For PERSONAL that meeting is not complete and illness and.' was the first .Services two weeks he had been sick with cannot be completed until we have held here Hn'four months. He Mrs S. H. Martin is reported flu and on Saturday appendicitis a meeting of , the committee-mewas unable to preach made its appearance. He grew some better. and organize the committee for and Eld," L". N. fowling Mrs. Fanny Adams has returned worse so rapidly, that by the time the County, and then organize of the Christian church filled his he could be removed to a hospital, from Paris. each young precinct. To per pulpit Miss Hazel Walhn, of John Albright has a genuine it was found that an operation feet this organization, it is deemed Danville, was here over Sunday was impossible and the end came case of mumps. necessary to call a meeting at the .with relatives. Dr.Byrob Owens in a few hours. The deceased Court House in Mt. Vernon, Feb- was called here from Louisville McClure is in Richmond W. R. leaves a wife, who was Miss ruary 15th, at 1 p.m. We shall a few days ago on account of the today on business. Alice Manus and one child. The expect every man who is on the illness of Mrs. Owens, who is Mrs Georgia McClure Is visit- remains were brought here Tues. Committee whose name appears spending a' few days with her ing Mrs J. T. Meadows. day and laid to rest Wednesday elsewhere in this paper to be pres- mother, Mrs. R. S. Martin. Mr. Prof. Lee J. Webb and son, in Elmwood cemetery. ent, and the public is cordially in and Mrs. Walter McKenzie, of were up from Livingston today. Though an unintentional over- vited to attend. Clarence, Ky., ware guests of Miss Risse Williams left Wedsight, but something for which This meeting will prove how her mother, Mrs. I. R. Storm nesday for a several weeks stay we never expect forgiveness, we general the interest is in suppress- Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Mc in Florida. failed to have last issue the ex- ing bootlegging, and the abseffce accompanied Mrs. M. Pennington has been pected and very much deserved of anv of those men who have Kenzie 's 'mother them here and was also a guest at very sick for the past ten days. mention of the entertainment giv- been elected on the committee Miss'Reca the StormTresidence. It is leported she has flu. en by the Willing Workers at the will indicate that' they"haye-no- t vKo was returning from Mrs. B. J. Bethurum, of Som- Graded School Chapel on the the interest they should have la Acton, visit to' "relatives in TiHddles-borerset, is here visiting relatives previous Friday night. We have this great movement. stopped here on her way while Judge Bethurum is hold, not had anything by local talent The fact that it is apparent to' her home at Clarence and jspent ing court. that was jenjoyed more Every that the United States is going Saturday and Sunday With her J. M.Craig was over from Lan- number on the program brought dry in 1920 is no reason why we grandmother, Mrs. I. 'R.Storm. caster Monday to attend a meet a hearty applause from the large should fold our hands and put - - . M . Hum ble is in Corbin for J ing if the directors of the Bank crowd which filled the chapel to up with the lawlessness that now a few days on business. Mrs. J? of Mt. Vernon. its capacity and the meeting of exists waiting for the Govern it. Cass has just returned from a Workers, simply ment to control the situation. Pineville is to have a new the Willing few days" visit 16 her son, TJ. 13. $100,000.00- court houes to re brought down the house. About When the citizens .of Rockcastle Cass, "at Phillipsburg. She was place the the one burned there $35 in receipts was realized, which County have done their duty, joined at Stantord by .her. daughwas very satisfactory both for bootlegging will be suppressed, some months ago. ter, Mrs. Bronston Rider. Miss Meshac Gentry came in from the cause that it is intended and and not until then. Jo Davis, of Mt. Vernqnipent wee, uu ui to the good women who were very xxai.xii.ix iiiau ui tuc For Sale: Oliver No 5 and several days last week here with count of the illnass of Mrs. Gen anxious to make it a success. one Underwood" Typewriter, her sister, Mrs. Walter Robins. All money which goes into the try, wno is very sick. heating stove, all in good W. R. Johnson,, and daughter, hands of the Willing Workers is Miss Minnie, of Corbin, were here condition. Wilf sell aight. Prof. D. H. Lyon was here Prof, sure to be used right and for a .Saturday and Surday the guest Wednesday on business. J. Fish & Son. reanoble purpose, and for of Mr and, Mrs. Frank Bowling. and Mrs. Lyon arehving at Leb son we always rejoice that to know Men's good indigo blue over- Dr. W. anon instead of Louisville. F Carter and A. M. Hiatt alls $2.00 pair at Drummond's. their efforts are rewarded. Howard Baker, Tom Pentx," were in Lexington Wednesdav ' CIRCUIT COURT. W. T. Davis has sold his place looking after some (oil stock purEmmett and Sam Sowder have returned Irom Harlan County The Rockcastle Circuit Court out on the Dixie Highway near chases they recently made. Both where they have been mining. convened Monday. Judge B. J Renfroe Creek to P. D. Ramsey are expecting to succeed John D, Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cummins Bethurum is on the bench and and will give possession about in a few months, and here's hopand Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dotson Commonwealth's" Attorney W. N. March ist. William Wallen will ing they do. Mrs. Walter Robins move .about March ist to the and children spent Sunday with will leave tomorrow night for Flippin is at his post The orFish place now occupied by Mr. homefolks at Mt. Vernon; E L. Cincinnati to make their home. ganization and selection of furies' was about the only business Ramsey. . 'Harris sold his house and '.lot on. Edd Deatherage and Bert Baker Gingham i5 cts per yard at East Mam Street- thisnweek to transacted, as the day was turned are home for a day or so from Arthur Robinson for $600 aud the Big Sinking district of Lee over to the Master Commissioner Drummond's stcre. and Sheriff for land sales and You read in last week's Signal bought a small tract of land from County where they have just the citizens for the Mass Meet- that I had boog'ht'the Mairi'street ,Mr. Robinson for $300. He, also drilled in a big oil well. 1. il uuuguq ing held at the Court House in restaurant. 3m.au i I have been too this land afrom G. tract adjoining Logan Bryant left early this G, Williams, of the Jafternoon. The following busy this week feeding the people morning for Danville with a are the juries selected. to write an ad, but just keep on Mt. "Vernon. We failed to get truck load of about 2200 pounds GRAND JURY. following the crowd to the popu the price. R. H. Hamm.'j. W. Al tobacco, which was raised by W. K. Dickerson, M. F. Craig, lar Main Street Restaurant, where Masters, L. N, Bowling, Bernard B. T. Young near Brodhead. Baruett', we serve hot and cold lunches Bowling, E L. Harris, John Rob - Pal Moore is home from Ross Harvey Owens, W. M. good Old Kentucky hospi- ins and others were in Mt. VerCreek section of Estill County. David Elder, Sam Creech, Alfred with John Renner, Prop. non Monday attending meeting Pal is operating an oil drill and Bryant, John Sigman, f . C. Ho- tality. at the Court House called by says they are getting the oil ward, W. T. Evan?, F. A. A new precedent has been set Judge B. J. Bethurum. J. W. McCullom. nearly every time they drill. by the present Grand Jury and JETIT JURY. that is in having that body openTom Thomason and wife, MarJury No 1: J. W. Proctor, ed with prayer, before organizatin Thomason and wife and An. i drew Gentry, of Hazard, were Taylor Clark, J. W. Bullock. Gill tion. This" custom should have Mr. and Frederick, Edgar Ballinger, Lo been practiced long ago, but it Las Smith here Wednesday to attend the gan Renner, Elmer Anglin, J.M. not, so Jet us hope it will be in were guests of her mother, Mrs. burial of Gregory Thomason. Proctor, J. J. Cummins, W. M. the future Rev.W. D. Mullins, Frances Thompson, from SaturMrs. Jas. H. Mullins, of Avoca Niceley, Green Noe, Phil Carrier. the Magistrate from the 5th dis- day Bill Mrs. Champ Cummins and daughThompson and son, fEdd, were ter, of Tennessee and Miss Nell Jury No. 2: J. S. Rowe, W. F. trict bears the distinction of be- called from Indiana fb'attend the M. B Tones.E. B.Brown, ing the first minister to open Thomason, of Louisville, were Debord, burial of their daughter and sishere Wednesday to attend the Sam Shiplett, John Debord, Ed that body in Rockcastle with ter, Miss Viola Thompson, W. M. Hurst, who Gather prayer. funeral ot their brother and Smith, was seriously burned Friday add Philbeck, Dee Cummins, P. Q. uncle, Gregory Thomason. Good heavy work shirts 9o cts died Saturday. Miss Dorothy Griffin, Dick Barnett. at Drummond's store. Claude Frederick, who has been Owens was the pleasant guest ot RESERVE JURY. with Gen. Pershing's men and Miss Grace Thompson "Saturday CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. not heard from for a year writes Coleman Burdette, W. A. Mulnight Mr. and Mrs. WH.Cum-min- s There are people who never his uncle, Geo. Frederick, that lins, Tim Brown, W. T. French, spent Saturday night with have a movement of the bowels he is safe and sound in Berstin-bac- h, Jim Black and John Noaks. her father, C. C. Metcalf. Mr. Germany, and ready to Very few Commonwealth cases without ic is produced by a cath- and Mrs. Charlie Debord .spent come home as soon as the order have been tried. A number ol artic. Most of them have bought Saturday night and Sunday with is given to move toward the good cases called, one side or the that condition en themseves by her Parents, JMr. and Mr& H.iN. other not ready. Several civil and the use of mineral waters and Denny.4-lii-f old U. S. A. Jss Dessie Hicks equity cases started have been strong cathartics that take too A letter received by Attorney of her friends C. C. Williams from his) nephew, finished up, such as land sales, muck water out of the system Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. and aggravate the disease they Charle Thompson Major McKenzie Brown, son of etc. spent Satur Mrs Cleo Brown, of the British Wyatt Allen, Nath Doan, Ed are meant to relieve. A mild day with her mother. Mrs. Mary t -- - " Army, says that he has recently Price and H. I. McClure each laiative tome like Chamberlain!s Pnmmlna "" fined $60. and 20 days in jail for Tabled affords a gentle move.onai rj&othy 6weks,were,th been appointed shipping McClure asked ment 01 the bowels thefc von guests of Miss DessiaHickg of the Caspion Sea. Major selling liquor. Brown has been in Southern Rus- for a new trial and Price hit for haidly realize hasjbeen prodaced day. Mrs, A. jfrope and littlW other quarters. Doan and Allen by a medicine, and their ua&. is daughter j - Eugene, sia since October. Bromo, not solikely to be followed by guests of Mrs. are W. H. Owens LOCAL The trial of Marion Durham constipation. Sunday night. W. H. Owens' Stock in the Co Operative Land aud Charley Thomas charged with was in Mt Vernon Monday. & Development Co., at 30c p2r mufder in the killing of Squire Mrs. Mar v, Owe as nd little son, WALTER Singleton, is set for next Tues share is a good buy. See W. H. Frank, were guests at the hotfe day. of V?; H.5pjreni, the first of the Fish, local manager. Jim Denny, charged with false Office Over week. Master- - OarierOwraa Wal There are three to four hun, U. G;v swearing acquitted. with Fraiik Oweiwt'Spiro.Mon.. Jaker'a-Stor5 dred cases of flu in London and daylloTbmpipentyiloni Laurel county. Bell county has J Spring hats for the whole fam MT. VERNON, ;; KENTUCKYr day .with Drifeftflfcsk.li --. now. the flu ban-oilyat Drummond's store.' and Mt. Vernon Signal wfi 79 BRbTJH EAD and.-Mrs- 11 '! METV 1 : :i:tjt t:ti!t:1 1 ,t ! 1111 a ( i 79 fm Mere CASH GROCERY STORE Red Kidney Beans I919 sun Fs J a Calendar FOR 1919 wed COUNCIL OF NATIONAL FEBRUARY mon Itues! Mc-Clar- y thur m SAT DEFENSE 10O lb. 1 second-clas- :- Pilgrim Coffee 22C pa lb. Fresh Meal and Vegetables RECEIVED 16171819202122 232425262728 2345678 9 101112131415 DAILY n Sunday-evening- GET THEM AT Drummo nd's LI VI NGSTON ::ni. ;:::;. iitiitiiiiaii " EVERY ONE OF THESE DAYS EXCEFr THE SUNDAYS ARE GOOD DAYS TO BUY YOUR CLOTH-IN- G AND SHOES AT THE CASH STORE voicing over the arrival of their first born, an oight pound girl christened Mable Frances. o, - also-goo- d Hurst spent Sunday at the home of her uncle; J S. Cummins. Charlie Deboid was called to see his mother, Mrs. Mary Ellen Debord, near Walnut Grove who Is very sick. De(bert Hicks was the guest of Roy 'and Horace Thompson Saturday. Mrs. D. R. Gentry spent thepast week with her mother, Mrs. Ellen Brown, of Level Gren. Mr. .and Mrs. Geo. Long and family were with. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Cummins Saturday night. T. S. Reyaolds wa- - the guest of MF. Craig Saturday eveming. Mrs. Lottie Debord spent Monday with Mrs. Nannie Cnmpains. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Procter and Mrs. Alma Cummins were guests of Mrs. Grace Cummins near Bee Lick Monday. Miss Salhe Owens was the guest of Mils Rose Gentry Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ida Owens was her Wednesday to see her daughter, Miss Sallie. Married, Mr Edd Dyehouse and Miss Nellie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brown on Wednesday February Miss Julia --- 3PWX IPinmQ CUDiSSSrS: ON THE CORNER BETWEEN THE BANKS boys in his day, iato business life, and is proud of it, even tho only seven of them ever showed The Boone Way Man received a.much valued Christmas present fn the way of a fine Hamilton watch movement, whidh was placed in the heavy coin silver case the old road scout has been cirryingfor the past 36 years. The donor was Mr. J. T. Welch, Secretary - Treasurer General manager of tne independent Packers Fertilizer Co,, Columbus, S i their appreciation, possibly just taking it for granted, and in the hurly burl? of life let the matter 5. slip their memories, or misunderstanding the value of assistance at the proper time in earlv age. . a "Jack" Welch is a brother of Richard, at Mt. Vernon, and of Ohio. Mr. Welch had some as- Mrs. J..E. Vowels, Middlesboro, Mrs. Katie Linton, Louisville sistance rendered him by Mr. M. andhas had great success in his He when he took a course in a Louis- line of endeavor, and besides ville commercial school some 33 holding the responsible positions years since. This is not the first he does, owns a large block of instance of his remembrance to stock of his company, of which he was his old preceptor. "Jack" never leaving one of the organizers, a $siooo position at Louis forgets a favor shown. ville, a number of years since CoL Maret has assisted fifteen for that purpose. It - 1 "L FARMERS It Is Oat Sowing Time Have j list received a Car of Northern White Seed Oats .that I will sell Bur-dett- e, " WILL A ILL A Mrs.-Marion unfif-Monday.-- yoitat QAp Per Bushel Gar of Tuxedo Feed on the market at ChopsMde&HorsI or 00lb- - Ba&- ft 5 $3a00 -- Another car Billy Routt's -- BEST PATENT FLOUR Barrel At the same old price and - $19 00 $1.00 per inWood B50psr24-lb.Ba- g. That big .. ; - 25-l- b. Bag.of Meal , still going for - .. Con-trail- er Before you buy Field Seeds get ou r prices. i. Complete fine of Field Seeds now in the House. v . in-jai- l. I feed the Stock and tMPcople yith the best goods on the market, DR. - . -- at the lowest prices. prdtts for 50ftlbs. t9 any Railroad Station. H 1 Dentist a J Ithejreight H T an r ULIU9J ) H'L - "- - ' n r MirwmSriSoiiteVMtiisi: - v w t. -- . v - U "vv ? ,i. , x 3, T-lj- 'r-t- i t" ,-. V" -- .. f " i de "V - V t x I' w "TV "- .. I" ' ," . . ., xr " -- &fl & Jl - & V '-J- t jPJ55,! lfIliJMlMBV T r . "- - 'TaVtfiaMrf'lfrfi iiiriiifW"rnn-- ri i T" ' ' -- j a - rWtNGS.TON James Ponder ndVIr and Mrs Gilbert F.oniec leJtVlqd?tv for- - Tulsa, Ofcla , where they, will maltt. their future home Mrs, Earl Rice ami Son, of Louisville, have returned home, after a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.- W. T. Arayx. A lti3e girl of Mr and Mrs Jam 5 Neal has been quite sick f.)i s. mit? nine but is better at th s writing. Prof W.R.Dickersoivis attending court from here. He is a jurjman, J.H Walton .is quite sick at this tiine. Mr. and Mrs. l.jJVMaun, of Paris, have been vi iting parents.Mr and Well, we guei.s Mrs J.H.Wa'lon we will j bve six weeks more of winter, as it is claimed the ground hog sawj his shadow the second We thongnt there had been some legislation in regard to th s ground ho'g1 business and- - thought the '.weattietf ruling was taken out o hist Bands. ' Ar?v way. old King Mr. crd Mrs -Mfs-Mnnn'- s STATEMENT -- of the CONDITION of the PEOPLES BAN K OF MT. VERNON, KV. At the Close Of Business December 31, 1918 Loans $126,50341 Due from Banks ; 28,972,40 Cash on hand . 6,482.33 1,634-3- 6 Overdrafts Banking House, F and F 6,000.00 Other Real Estate .. 438.42 RESOURCES! $170,030.92 mmm tu MBIf ISB If A 4j lJffffffffflm m im iii .. nar1 talk -- (if ifiliffi II ifffiliilltiiffliififflRf l f I Of If if 1 1 illii 11 If! illlliiir every man to ma&e a ,bee line for kt dy red " jimmy pipe old ojnew,l ; ' Get it breath' "now. ' Died, Thursday, iWlllilMiumlmlluW st that what you've hankered Tor' in January 4th, Francis Kendell ajf inflrtriir'' .'fllP pipe or cigarette makin's smokes. you'll find aplenty... Bourne, age 4 months 'and eleven in P.. A. That's because P. A, has the.auativ-- l days, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P - You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your Bourna; of pneumonia, and laid tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse to rest ih tie family burying drink when he's off the water Bite and iparch are cut gtound" near London, Ky , to out by our exclusive patented process await the call of the master You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff-t- beat Blessedfare the little children that die in:the Lord. They are taken the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care home to heaven to gain their re to remember back ward. Mr. and Mrs, J. &'. Pon - about smokes, JPrince .Alberjt j geared to a joyhpjdout standard just lavishes smokehappinesson--enoug- LIABI LITIES Capital Surplus Deposits . . . h tWinteriis mantfjs-"-: behind; almost three " his bad weather, and it would make us qukealbd shiver: to feel his icy behind- - with 4.-- $20,000.00 5,000.00 Undivided Profits . 4,61679 140,414.13 $170,030.92 1 1 o -- 1 uurirlrffTi r '""lf "V'JliiCJ Co. Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco u told. Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. der, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting the family of Judge Summers.-W-.N.Kig- gs h still on the sick list but- - Copyright lilt br &.t. Bercolda Tobacco R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- m, Ni.C slowly. J. 1 PUBLIC SALE I DOLLARS Stop and Think first .move THE a winning battle of life Is made when savIt ing beg ins will educate you -- financially by veloping: de- that will insure success, comfort and happiness Eyery deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to it. traits Counting it cents how much did Ihat last cold cost you ? A man may not always stop work when he has a cold, butrperhaps it would be bet ter If he did. - It takes about en days to get "rid of a cold undei. the usual 'treatment., That time can be much shortened, by taki ing Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy and proper care of yourself, in fact, a bottle of this remedy in the house .is' a mighty good investment during the winter and spring 'months AND" CENTS. only in dollars and CASTtf&lA JF3 T Children CTry FLETGHERS FOR Jones will move his stock of goods bask into the property that he purchased a few days ago Miss Ethel Hayse hab. been on. the sick list for a few days. D.C. Alcorn, of Louisville, was here between trains Tuesday.jen route- - to Lex ington. Mrs 1. W.Catlin and John,. of Highland Park, are son,. visiting Jier parents, Mr.arid'Mrs W. H. foieeley, this week, Mrs Sarah Inabuit is visiting relatives in Benham. Our new post mistress .and "assistant deserve much praise in the way they handle and we judge every one- - is highly pleased or .some one would siy something to the, contrary. Tney are polite, accomodating and alw.ays ready to wait on the pubh'q. Mr. and --- WILL ON Thursday, February 20th At My Farm Adjoining John Harris About 2 Miles South of Brodhead the-offic- e Mrs. Olie Bqu.rne were in London, M Bank df Mt. Vernon jr-- kKm lor ty ftok Weak Women In use for over 40 yean! Thousands ojvolugiajjk letters from women, telling of the good'Ctrdui ihas done. them. This the best proof of the value Tof Cardui. It proves that WA Cardui is a good medicine for women. " Thefe are no harmful or drugs in .'Cardui. It is composed A only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad " - Sunday, visiting relatives. The writer and his better half were 'Thursday, shop Judge Mahlpn Summers, jping. rwno nas been confined to bis room for some time is some, bet : er. r. and Mrs., Charley Car penter, of, .Lebanon, Ky., have pfjhBll. Offer for Sale to the highest and. best bidder the following : One Span Mules, 5 yrs. old; one span Roan Mares, 6 yrs. old; one Cow; 12 Shoats; 2 Calves; - The Normal Department OF THE - Mt. Vernon Is Graded and High School Now In Session All the subjects embraced in the Cormaon School Curriculum are offered. Special work will be given in Agriculture and Laru's i'The Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course $3,C0 a month. High School $4.00 The World moves, and he who stands still is either crushed or lejt dehitid. M habit-fannin- g" J after-effec- ts. :been visitjing .the faroUyof W.v M.. S,C. flellard was called, to tJond, Tuesday, onaccount of the death .of one,, of, his relatives, name notjlearjUed. We learued later the deathwasca used from flu and. there vare several cases near there. B H.Griffin returned to New York;, Monday, night, as he was called back ...to his company. He was on ,a thir-ty-ay furlough. Samuel Ward, Jr., of Chicago, 111., has been here for the past weekv wi.hs mot er, M.r. and Mrs. N.H". Oliver and son, Other, have returned from Btren after a few days visit with the family ot J. A. Oliver Mrs. Geor . . ,r,"rM .... . .,,' gia iiiuuiuie is visiiiiug m ivj i., Vernon this week, Mrs. Sam -- Farming Tools, Cutting Harrow, Riding Cultivator, A Harrow, two Land Plows,, one Hillside Plow, one Buggy and Harness, one Wagon and Harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture. All under $10.00 cash in hand; over $10.00 a credit of 9 or 12 months on negotiable note will be given. TERMS - TAKE H el lard is visiting relatives near CARDUI . ir-- 3,r- s3"e- MmsskI?m You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you ym TjM what it has done for so lumasy4housands ef tUku wuraeni ii snouia neip. mlr a Y 1 Y"Uwas a SAFE, GENTLE BRINGS SURE-- RELIEF $ y years GOtit MEDAL Haarlem sules are the remedy "you For Take enabled suffering: humanity to three or four every day. need.healing 'wltbst&ad attacks of kidney, liver, bladder and stomach troubles nd all diseases connecwd-"srtt- h the urinary errans and to build up and restore to besltn organs weakened by disease. Tbesa bhom Important organs must be watched, because they filter and purify tfe blood; unless they do their work are doomed. WeariBees, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pains in the loins and lower gravel, difficulty 'when urinat-iairheamatismf.sciatlpa and Jambago all warn you oCmukle with yatirkld-Bey- s. 266 OU h&s eemedto 9W REMEDY I the-kidne- ra.-j- " f fV 9 V I eottlown so weak. odCOa Jiardlwafku.,.. . r just staggered around. ( . wAyx&A afr'CaMuI. ' andaftertakirigonebot- - xtonlHiiWits, writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, taisicln be.. J p' Ya. . o A Mt. Vernon this week. Mrs. Champ Cummins, of Cincinnati, has been visiting the families of J.B. Hayse and'J- - W. Hughes. J. T. Jones has purchased a two-stor- y House, which is a, dwelling store room, on Main street, and from G. Price not learned, J. R. Ball-ha- s moved his , to the familyj,o Paris, wife orE.B. Owens, a fine girl, on the 30th. "MrsISafnuei Warclf what -, i( i nas uaq a stvero aiiacx orpaeu. J monla is slowly improving. Mr ancLMrs. W?R. Wardot Haz ard, hayje been withiheir mother. Mrs. Sffeuel Watd'; fdr the' pasl Kyi-Born!T- AUCTIONEER: BOGUE SMITH FOR FRESH Ih asss.sEn 13 fflUUX 5 AT BR O WN'S More Shoes MeatsGroceries - i. , PLENTY OF FRESH EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY EVERY ONE KNOWS AND O week.Mrs. had a genuine s' ?W yo-9rj Newlire'ana Jiealth 'The oil soaks into the cells and lining of and drives "out fhetrmlnnnli jtuuj- - jl rv to keep jouraeir,incoriaiU?Oaftdvi)ren vent a return of the disease. Don't wait until you are incaoable of nghtTngv StarJ.,takIngGOrj 'MEDA& Haajrlem Oil Capsules rtodayfYour-drt. g "ou stored uuiuiai vigor nas Been re- continue treatmentAfpraiWWfllei, hl;S'r,4lzfllbwCJ & V V w a a . "i hm&i rtiwl ran bi 'fJPPfflWBwp iw -- fnQtHmn UML& " nr1 xr40 mAsmt 4j nB aKtk wlm www mp 6 y V better' r- '' ase of 'flu1 issome '" . ,SU zl MILES EAST OF .ORLANDO, 0t, .' jfrt01M PROBERLYiFHTED - w A krt Rm4. tfjm'OiA I- down. I had bo appetite, and I commenced eatiag. It fa the best tonic I cvar " GCSSESL a -' VBRINC YOUR' I -- Wa 'Cpffltry Produce -- . ab-4qe- B, c. GOLD MHDAL Haarlem XI1 Cap s etAiQOLjy ages. Atall thesizes drug stores. MEDAfcfiRnd accept.no Imnnrf. Sealed pack sub-tle.A:- In i wr .aMMllAB KaaHky isjas?r33aa v ,. v .. frrydcawir? .. - j- Br a H I WTa v,- -- -- ! aaaH av. If ypjjrejfeare aiwdajf-nyerjJbctsnowistoejUnie to seert f r , GrayJack, no bttteribreeder in th e state and "FoB,,SALE;-OneIr.- pp foaij-j:etter.-- 7 - B ROWN ON ..MAIN. ST. " . BatH ; 400Kt:Tk oX'ButjdiHg-,tuMtlYexnoB!- (JS .- ftjci - , Ky.-- 'BetauruM, "years old. sure dr furtker particulars see M. J, Lt.verDon, n.y." na7:4t. H i ,44- J.