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VERNON, R0CK0A8TLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY to Coblentz by NUMBER 19 SALE B Ladies Coats ., Just a few more days that you can buy .hailf. ..Ue.ss.than yo.ii. from twelve to fifteen dollars on every Coat. All sizes in all the different materials Wa-caflLsas- LADIES' COATS one je SOTTON & McBEE t MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ' tenant who knew the country well and it was my first ride in a German coach, being one of those recently turned over to tho Allies. There has been a Bitbuig, Germany. great deal written about tho de Jan. 3, I9I9. vastation and destruction caused Mr. E. S. Albright, by war, but no one can adequate Mt. Vernon, Ky. ly describe it. After all I have Dear Edgar: read and what I had already I suppose if I were writing an seen, 1 had no real conception of article for publication. I would 'a battle field. For miles we stylo this letter "In the Enemy's could onlv seo tho effect caused Country". I loft Paris on the night of Dec by air raids and bursting shells, , towns destroyed andgreat shell 26h, going by way of Clinton, Epernay and holes every where. Then came Toul, reaching Nuncy at teii tho towns which wero right at' o'clock the next day. I speiu a the lront, the last on the French couple of hours in Nancy get- side being Pagny, a town of posting buggago and ad- sibly a couple of thousand pco ditional movement orders and plo and comp'etoly destroyed. I left there fdr Met7. at a little do not believe there was a house after 12 o'clock. I was might v in it which was left decent to glad to bavo this daylight ride live in. Fiotn South of this across the old battle line, or place for several miles tho railruther lines, north of Metz and. road communication had beou for once I wa glad to bo on a cut of course .since the beginning French train which ran slow, of tho war and tho road de stopped often aud stood a long stroved. It has been rebuilt time when it stopped 4 was in tho j since the armistice was signed. Mima compartment with a Lieu For several miles the battle line E. R. GENTRY IN GERMANY Chateau-Thierry- USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, Made from selected Red Winter A trial will convince you, Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling Co ORAB ORCHARD, KY. --TYTTVrT-T way of Triers KTTX TTX (called Treves by the French) reaching Coblontz about 11:30 at night. You Know I used .to bo afraid to get into Louisville in the night unless 1 had a room resetved, tearing that 1 would get no placo to stay, but thanks to the last nine months I have gotten over that until getting into Coblentz, a city of around sixty thousand at midnight did not worry mo. You know in, this war life there is always tho op portunity to iust not go to bed. I know I would not be admitted to any hotel without an .order g from the U, S. billeting officcr,so after about an hours walk, I located him, only to be told that every available place was filled. (GOODSTEEL) While I was standing there scratching ray head, two Cap tains and a Lieutenant came in on the same errand as myself and received the same kind of a the kind for reception. While we were pon dering on a good, place to stay up All to go the billeting officer had an idea. a sacrifice. He said he hut beds reserved at of Bargains in a critain place for two Colonels and Dress Shirts and two Majors and we might V . .. ' ( I i rne nsK uiiting mem. .v captains aia iney tnougni. inev coma De Colonels for the night if the ' Lieutenant and I could take the part of Majors. As I had sat up Opposite the Court House all night on tho train the night before, I was ready for anything, KY. so after another half mile walk i, -IXTTV. and the help of two German po licemen we found the place in a private home. We sounded the better shape for food than either him tand was certainly glad to thrown into another world as far alarm and after a time a middle England or Franco. , I bought see Him. He told me there were as lapguage is concerned and can some. Rockcastle boys in this old not even ask for a .drink of water. aged woman came to the door who, practically the same. meal as in Paris,.and at littlo fort cross the Rhine, but I only I certainly hope I will not have spoke fairly good English and re ceived us kindly.. She put t4 to more tbj.n half the cost. Tho Y. had a short time before, my pass to stay long I am to be attached bed inquiring if we 'would breaks- - M. C. A. in Coblentz is serving a overthe river was out, I did not to the 3l4th ammunition train meal-iCoblentz for two get to see them. 1 saw one" of the 80th division who are lolast mere the next naprping better and a half francs than they serve other but as 1 did not know him cated about eight miles out of which I did. j do notknow in Paris or other French cities very well at homo cannot call this town. The 80th claims they what became of tho officers. The for five. The city of Uoblentz his name. I crossed over the will be the first of this part of the next day I was sent to another todai looks more like one of our river in a feiry but as I came army to. go homo and I cerGeiman home where I spent back I walked the old pontoon tainly hope so, because I think thren nights. You know 'under American cities than any place I have seen since I left home. bridge which is one of the oldest that will at least give mo a chance tho terms of the armistice, .the had extended along this railroad German government must fur Broad streets, modern build things about the town and pic- to get back into Prance. This is a mighty long lottor, with tho French and American nish this lodging- and it is done ings, beautiful shop windows, tures of which you have doubtstocked with practically every- less seen many time. but will possibly be the last one trenches on one side and the in this way and is free to memThoy are On the last day of the year, I I will write you at least for a long Germans on the other. While bers of the A. E P. Coblentz is thing one needs. Engineers wero rebuilding rail tho headquarter of the Y. M. C. really so much like our own was sent up .hero to Bitburg. a time. I want to give everybody kilometres my vory best wishes for a happy roads and blown' up bridges as A. with the army of occupation. shop windows that it made me littlo town several homesick and yet they howl to from the Luxemburg border and new year. Ono of the big things fast as possible the trenches and I spent three days there before I dugouts are jusfr about as they was assigned for work The peo- the world outside that they are almost due nortn of Triers that is wonjing me now is that (Treves). I caught a dayiight I cannot charter a shin, so I can' were left as the Germans re- ple where I stayed ran over starving. bring all my friends a souvenir.' ,'s really a lovely little ride from Coblentz up the Coblentz treated. In many places the lines themselves to be drind to me, city situated on the Rhine at the to Triers and it is wonder- Just learned that Will Robinson of barbed wire entanglements bringing me coffee to my room in winds was down at Triers, a short diswere only short distance apart. tho morning, and also in the af- mouth of the Moselle, which I ful ride. The railroad It scorned almost unbelieveable ternoon' if Itaappened to bo in tho think is agreed to be the most right up tho beautiful river, the tance from here. You find our to me that intricate system ot room and always refusing to take beautiful river of Germany. Tho banks of which look almost like boys everywhere. When it is all a cent for it. Tho fact is they principal part of the city is on clills for hundreds of feet. It known you are going to find that trenches and lines of wire continued on and on are doing all they can to please the western bank of tho Rhine does not look liko a goat, much our Kockcastlo soldiers have for hundreds 0 miles alone that the Americans, because they ex- and on a plain just above the less a man could get up them mado a record of which we need great battlo front. There are pect something, and are pinning river whilo just across tho river and yet these Gormans have tor-- not bo ashamed. I know they would do it. still great ammunition dump.; their faitli to tho Americans to one of the old fortress castles for raced those banks from the With best wishes for all, which tho Rhine is famous rises mark up and have them containing literally millions of save themselves, but they will all kinds of shells still n!nm- - never escape the full responsibil to almost four hundred foot in covered with vineyards. In tho I am, as over, E. R. Gkntrv. hero and all along tho railroad ity of this war and fdo not be- psrpendicular' natural stone or lirst place I do not see how they linos were American soldiers. lieve they will fool oven the concrete, above the rivor. This have done it and thoti how in tho The roads uro linediwith miles of American soldiers by their forced fort is occupied by our troops now world it can pay for tho outlay of camouflage both ou tho Allies's kiudness. When I see it, it only and I was told that, witli all its money and labor necessary to do I side of ihe lino and the Germaus brings to my mind that only a walls, and passageways it would it I do not like this country or Children army of tho people. One tiling I suppose For Infants and because it must be remembered few months ago these same accomodate a defending that they kuew how to camou- poople weie parading these same more than sixty thousand mon. I is that I had just gotteu to where In Use For Over 30 Yerff-flage ns well as wo In one streets with bands playing aud talked the military police out of I could get around among tho Always bears place I noticed what Appeared to flags flying because the news had a pass to cross the river and French with the few words I had Signature of C&tyffl&e&ll bo a small hill but the Lieuten- reached them that their infernal visit tho fort. It is a wonderful picked up and now I am simply ant told me it was all comouflajro submarines had sunk another place and (the view for miles up and that boru'uth it could bo hid ship load of innocent women and and down tho Rhine and up tho den hundreds of men and tons of children, or Red uross nurses Moselle valloy is ono never to bo ammunition At another placo a and wounded soldiers. Why, forgotten. This old fort was first narrow gauged railway led unto while I was in Coblentz I saw begun by tho Romans in the nth a hill aud entered a duuout whero post card pictures of the retreat century. Napjleon occupied the the officer said two regiments of ing German army as it passed town on his famous march to our soldiers hud been coiicoalcd through with flying colors and Moscow and a statuo erected by hi littlo underground city. It tho population covering, them him still stands though the inwas practically tho same on tho with llowers and waving hand- scription has been so changed German sido of tho lino Great kerchiefs just as though they that it seems now to bo for a 3 lb.can Tonmtoe8 i Gal. Syrup shell holes everywhere, growing wore victors instead of a bunch different purpose than that for 3 lb.can lloniiny 1 Gal. Syrup larger and fewer right to the of whipped cubs. There has which it was erected. Tho Kaiser "J gates of MoU, which wo reached come no change of heart thut has a Royal Palace hero whore m 3 lb.can Peaches Ann it Hammer 3 lb can String four o'clock. We had un- quick. They curse the Kaiser he spent part of the summers with after Soda, , , til seven o'clock to srot out of und yet you will find his picture all his court. It will bo a mighty Beano 1 Laundry Soap , there but as it soon got dark wo in nearly ovory room of their cold summer before he aponds Jl lb.can Blackberries'! saw vory littlo of tho city. I home and their, 1919 Steel Cut Coffee almanacs another here. I attended an 3 lb.can Sauer Krautf had a good supper in a rostaur contains his picture on the cover. morcan Church service last Dried Beans, lb "IOC 3 lb.can Pumpkin ant near the s'ation among as President Wilson..ujqy be right Sunday in the Chapel of this Flour, per sack 1 lb can Evaporated cosmopolitan group or popple as in saying there- - is a difference in palace in the afternoon and you could find. I ate at tho between tho Gorman people and another at evening in another Milk 15C Boat Coal Oil. gal, same tablo with some American the Gorman government, but as part of it known as Festival Hall, can save you money Come to see us soldiers and a civilian Frenchman. far as making full and just re. which has been taken over for Tho waitress spoko both French paration forevejry atom of expense entertainment purposes for tho and German; au English and caused by this war. there can he American army. I forgot to tell Belgian officer sat at another no aniefMiffe. xiioy must pay to you that while standing on top of JOHN-ROBIN- S table uear a group of Italian the last' dollar and they can do of tho old fort. Logue Hastv u who'wero having tho time it. Thoy have their industries son, Albert, walked right into uf their lives, while at another in tact. Their cities have not me. I bad not oven heard of table four Germans been destroyed. With the excep-tlo- l)im since I left him at Camp in Dutch. From Metz I went of a few items, thoy are iu Taylor. I had a nice talk with i Price IS THE BIG Question 10c 1.40 HERE IS NO- WTHE ANSWER 1 Sugar, granulated per lb White Fawn Flour, Lard per lb' Cof f ee per fo Hammer Soap7 per bar $2.00 48C up.. 5c MEN'S OVERALLS, MEN'S HATS, HUNDREDS NEED MONEY $1.19 at ft C Work GOME AND. SEE ME( FW. Spot The Bright JXTTK MT. VERNON, Just BAKER i ira -- j" - Mo-soll- e high-wate- r CASTOR j)tf A s L i r We quote vou a few of our prices: " To Prove We Are Not Extortioners 10c 8c 5c 5c 7c 40c 75c s ! 7c "5c 4c 5c 25c $150 20c s We sol-dier- s h talk-iultanl- BRODHEAD k n J " T jriHS$ " 'vcfy i,,h",,"" ,,m itis ttWr J ,., ,,. t, t, , ,ttW llils ,HluM vi , lated .ind tlmt tho Circuit Court Friday, Fob 7, igiy be uquested to hold the Gram Jury in sossi-'i- i at m' t. rtn ' Publish d every Friday 'y hey in" Circuit Court, uutl EDGAR S. AI.RRiCL T. thoroughly inwj-tiite nil oa- - s of nllos'eil viulitiiuis of this In $1.0 S inCktPTMN o '" 'VSV Hint w o. Bo it the tome ' denounce gambling; Advertising t.itct ytai.e :?wti n on ed duidlv wuiptin p aeticl a. application do we ispeciilly condemn p jury and f.U swuiiiit pi mkmbrk or . lent in this com in unity, nud SSOCIATION KENTUCKY 1'HKSS the p1 promise to ho active1 ecution of the.su niiil all other fractions of tho law, to the o that lii.ckcastle County uiav l come a belter and more sect "i - Mr Vernon SirlH W. Kirby Rev. I USSX35w D.ivu u rubor;1 , miim MliUM ",'" -- " mitm' iii1iiAtiitti "''---'"- - --- -- IHlMMMi lNnaHHBHHBHMHHHHBHIBHBHHBBiHHHBMBBaHlllllaal! Wt? pmicrc I at Ml t'isgali Sunday. elilM of Mr and Mrs, Char io Fl" chor was very si. If I first hi the week -- Mrs L'ssie of Mt V riiiiu, np.Mit! lo 1,111 r i.iy niht nul .'sini'hv uiih innMior, Mis J1J1 I'.tvno atf this place. Mrs Mitchell Norton nt.il Misses Nancy and Sallio' A .stmt Children Cry for Fletcher's . GREAT NATIONAL DAILY PAPER FOR SIX MONTHS r, il-- I 1 SOUTH'SLFADIMG FARM PAPER FOR ONE YEAR spent Saturday and Sun-day ivitli Mr. and Mr. John. . Mr. kVm Wa'len bought' a waoii and a team of inul;s ft rl The family of Gcori'c ' $41 Barnes are all getting hotter with' tlit fin Tho seventeen year old daughter of Boone Barnes died last w ek 01 Hi Wciuv In lug 'oiiio vcrv cool days and nights place in which to live. week. Riyuie The above Resolutions won fur tho past spent butu'uv with Rus--(unanimously adopted at the M ss MASS MliKTING. riet.hir. The farmers Meeting at the Court House i Tim Mus Meeting or bettor this part have bignn to j low Monday February 31 d. Meet term, tlio mil make ready for their next Wo. the Committee at th" rop of corn. injr held at Court linuss Moiul. brought ns largo if Com House in Mt. Vernon on afternoon, DKA FXF.SS C ATA It RH AL not the largest crowd over us February 3rd to represent ih teinbletl in thut room Dr. M Poii Ch i" League, a part of the Coun CANNOT BE CURED niiiRton, Chairman of the Council cil of Defense of Rockcastle Coun by looil applicitions, as they have cannot touch ths disoael pordue el' Defense, presided. Rev. L.N ty i.f the following men to tion of the ear Tt.ere .s on.y J owling' of Kro'lhond o)encd the apjoi.ited out the citizens part of one way 10 cure catarrhal with prajcr. Judge U. can-and that is by a coiistitu J. liethurum and Judge V. N Itesn'utioti No. 5 adopted at the l'liiipin made mi on" appeals to Mas Meeting tioml remoily. Catatrli.il Deaf tee people to help break up the E. Mt. Vernon No. 1: Rev H. noss is called by an infhtued whiskey traflic. They said the T. Young, J. Fish. U. G. Biker condition of the mucous lining courts can not do it without the Chas. C. Davis, James Pitnnn of the Eustachian Tubu. WJien help of the people. The follow-in2:- -J. T this tube is inflamed you have a W. Mt Vernon No resolutions were then pre- Meadows, rumbling sound or .imperfect Jonas McKenzie, E. S. sented by John Itocins, of Hrod Albright, T. B. Lair, J. W. Baker hearing, and when it is entirely liead, who moved their adoption, closed, Deafness is the result Sr. which tnotfon was seconded by Unless the inflamation can:be P.Cau-dill- , Judge L. W. liethurum who also Round Stone No. 318. reduced ami this tube restored J. B. Dean, T. J. Hays, W to its normal condition, hearing urged in strong terms all tfforts N. Rice, J. H. Lambert. will tic destroyed forever. Many ta do away with whiskey. A num Sct ff.' .Cjxe V.sP.'.M-- J Jtvacs-jjfcvr of two tiiiuule jp'ecJies fof-j de .ii!?S ;ureci usuL-iilowed by Rev. Master, Rev. H. OWerrs;tru5 TJatiiilrO.Mr Pa'tie7 eatarrh, which is an inflamed T. Voutig, Squire VV. I) Mtillins R J. Abney. J. W. Todd. condition of tho mucous surfaces Crooked Creek N0.5: OwenAl-len- , Hall's Catarrh Medicine nets th.u G. S. Gntlin, Judge Cum Mullins Chas Scott. M. A. Vanzant, the blood on the muoous surfaces Vf II. Jones. U. G. Baker aid Sollie Griffin, Jeffy Jennings. others, whose names wo failed to if the sstem. get. The vote on the resolution Wo will give One Hurdred Dol Brush Crtek No. 6: Row Rov offered,, was taken and unanimous Mullins, James Pro:tor, Ed lars for any case of Catarrha' Jy adopted. The resolutions aie Owens, Tom Bratiamau, W. U Deafness be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, Cir asfollows: Johnson. Livingston No. 7: S. E. Hel aulars free. All Druggists, 75c. Whereas it is u violation of F. J. Eheneyv & Co , Toledo, law to sell whiskey in Rockcas-ti- e lard, G. W. Gnflith, J. F. Dees, Ohio. whiskey George Cash, V. M. Owens. County, or to carry Walnut Grove No. 8: Napoleon into theCounty, except for per FOR THE CHILDREN, . snnal use? and it is apparent that Wliitaker, Bill Pitmau, W.S.'Ren Too mucHrcnre,cannot be exthis law is being flagrantly vio nor, John Niceley, W. S. Bussoll. ercised in selecting a cough medlated, we beg to submit the fol Brown No 9: -- C. C. Metcalf, to the Citizens J. J. Cummins, J. L Thompson, icine for children. It should be lowing resolutions pleasant to- take, contain no of our Comity iu mass convention W. F. Debord, J. J. Brown. 7 haimless drug and most effectual assembled. S. Brodhead No 10 A. M in curing their coughs nd colds 1. Be it resolved that wo Hiatt, Rev. A. J. Pike, A. E. AlLong experience has shown that offer our help and assistance bright, E. L. Harris, Dannie Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to all Courts having jurisdic- Owens. meets theso conditions. It is a all violators of tion to bring Powers No. 11: Rev Win favorite with many mothers of this law to justice; that wo Durham, Rev. Hayte Smith.Rev pledge ourselves to niako reports Sheridan Overbuy, W. A. Mill giving witnesses, in order thai lins, R. B. Ballinger. 0R FtSTGHEffS the Courts may be able to inves Pine Hill No. 12: John Hilton, uny and all violations of tigate, Bill McHargue, Wm Hansel, this la,w; that we give our undi FOR SALE , Dillie Cottongim, Rov. Gruobs vided moral support tojuny legitiRegistered Duroc boar, "Mil Wildio No Phillips, arl mate move to suppress the sale of D. L. Carter, Richard Branamuu, lers Col. Orion",; No, ,134,735 County. whiskey in Rockcastle Farrowed April 22, 1S18. Heater Parsons, H. II Wood. '.hat ve 2. Be it resolved WAI.TKR H. MlLLEK Red Hill No. ij: Wm Burnett. hereby request all Courts to use all possible dilligonce in enforc H. L. Ponder, T. R. Mullins. Duroc:I have just purchased ing the statutory laws with refer- Rov. D. Parker, Jesse Cotton. a registered Duroc boar, now N. Brodhead No 15: John ready frr service' ence to tho sale or carrying any "Fee 50 cts intoxicatiug liquor into this local Robins. J. R. Howard, F.F duo at lime of turning in. J. J. Belcher, R. L. Smith option territory. JAS. WlNSTKAD. All of which is respectfully Jan. 17 at we Wabd, Ky. 3. Bo it resolved that to build up submitted. use our Influence R. II. Hnnim public sentiment and arouse the PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS W. H. Jones people to a sense ot their subject to periodic Persons G. S Griffin duty, and make this scntiuietn bilious attacks wil observe that Cam Mullins so strongjthat it will be iin ossibh their appetite fails them just Committee. for any one to violate this law That is. they mi atiack without .being immediately ap ilo not roally qrae food but cat prehended and pm.ished; that we because it is meal time It the.v E to bo dilligent und will eat only a light meal and such an extent that no one can be Mrs. Harve Barnes and Mrs no meat, then take two of Cham under '.the influenco of whiskey John W. Stokes, of Mt Yemen, Tablets tho attake ma or any intoxicating liquor in this spent Friday night with Mrs. J. bo avoided. county without being punished therefor to tlie J,f ult extent of the Sow N.u-io'irs 1 111 11 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has bdrne the signature of and has been made under his Bonal supervision Blnce Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive van In this. "Just-as-goo- A LEADING NA HON MAGAZINE .1 rOR ONE YEAR m ALL FOR ONLY MONTHS FOR ONE VCAR (lelo-gate- s re-gio- r'. w3m are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of .Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 'Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge is its guarantee. 'For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, ' "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. L . OR MW. 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This is bringing the producer and the consumer pretty close together which should be the object of any industry turning raw material into a useful form. ' paid, say, When Swift & Company Farm Paper that will aid him to increase production. Tho ' i 1!!i .7 U one farm paper edited especially for the farmers of tins section is THK INLAND FARMER inr and "Farm and Family." r published twice a mouth in Louisville-- and now em bracing "Home and Earm.' "Kentucky Farm-- " , n' For Only $2.SO WOMAN'S WORLD III The Courier Journal offers a six months' daily subscription, together with a full year's subscription to The Inland Fanner and a year's subscription to a national monthly magazine, devoted to tho interests of women and the homo. 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Bo it resolved that we lend our assistance to tho District Federal Court und to the United States Deputy Marshall in a way to make it impossible for anyone to run a still tor the making of moonshiuo whiskey anywhere within this county thut wo will support tho Deputy' Marshall in a thut ho will be able to apprehend and destroy every distillery set up for mailing moonshine whiskey in this county, or in any of the counties ud jiicent thereto. 5. Be it resolved that a Committee be hero apHinted that will consist of at least one man in each voting roclnct in the county, and that said man, or men, mtiUo weekly repoits '.o smut, civil officer having juris., diction hi said prccin-t- , end wo request that said officers sum. :i:ou witueises on Information furnished and have weekly sit tings o invesllguu in'nictions of the law and Isiue uanuiits ii Swift & Company rFIIus THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ean bo substituted for The Dally Courler-Jourua- l, If an evening paper is preferred, at the same rates for either of these special club oilers. Un'on Stock Yards, Chicago - WHEN YOU WANT Come in and see us. A look is the surest way to find out; where you can get what you want for the least money. Kvoiy thing uevv mid fresh ami our prii'cs right. DRY GOODS DON'T FOKUtir OLUI Ma... .. .. . . Take Advantage of These Big Bargains Use the Soecial Order Blank Below Special Club Subscription Blank THE COURIER.JOURNAl, Louisville, Ky. ...' Date .1919. ... &s PERUNA SftS Mark X In front of offer you wish to tako. Send Tho Dally Courfer-JournThe Inland Farmer for one al ear, or jear for six months, together with and Woman's World for one GROCERY DEPARTMENT THE t. ... ... .. ii::! ' :::?f P.Q..GRIFFIN BARGAIN IB HOUSE South Si.'o.WVst Main Stivot "" Mt.Vujnoii j. b. Cummins, Prop. ...'. .. A -- m Breaks up R. No. a Cold. Good for Branchial writes: Mr. Robert McDougall, R. G, Liberty, Indiana, The Name for three months, together with Send Tho Dally Courier-JournThe Inland Farmer for one year, in accordance with your Special Club Subscilption Offer, published In al lnflamnationi. Thoia who object to liquid medl cln. can euro Prun Tabid "I wlsli to state that I nlwa8 I keep l'eruna In the hoifse. think It Is a good inedlclne ta have on hand. If I commence lukliiK a cold, I tuke l'eruna and It breaks It up for me. It Is or the Bronchial also good Tubfs." Psruna has ervd ths Amir-lea- n people for mors than forty ysart. Thoss who know Its valus always hava.it .at hand.. Why not youT JIT. VRRNON (KV., WKKKIV) SIGNAL It t P Street or D. No . jpx.,.,,t.,.. . , . NO AGKNTS COMMISSION ' O ,..: State. . .r. can be nllowed on these clubs, Kvery coocvsiioQ Is to tho subscribe Remittance Inclosed for f , H Ui JWrfV4lMl WA 8 -- . j:j I ' Myjg.iaa tmltamtattm '( rim Aimii,i' S 53 SALESMEN WANTKD Kcai A hound dog. Largo Lost: to solicit orders for lubricating dog, rod, black bock, tag No. 503, oils, greases and paints. Salary, Mr. and Mrs.ClHM Pike, of MMMitlMJiJiifHiUiiHi Mt. Vehnon Ky, Feb. 7, 1919 Reward for his return. Wabd, Ky. or Commission. Address THE Corbin, wore with hl-- parent, E. L. Crkss, HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, rov. ftnd Mrs. A. J. Piko from Fob 9 3t ' WBiOHft Up "NJJ. 70 Ohio. Saturday until Sunday. Ltatdr w nut toQommunu . For Sauj: Somo hogs, ono on wttliaiONAA. way hero Brown sheeting, one yard wide O'Bannon, of Stanford, inaro und a pair of work mules. . m, ounuuy viBiung ruiuuvra. 20 cts per yard. Modr OraWfohd, Iliatt was in London Friday on Drummond's Mt. Vernon, Ky. business. Prof. iS. A. Strange 1919 1919 FEBRUARY W. H. Brown closed a deal received a message' Saturday this morning with Chas C. Davis SUN TUES WED THUR FRll SAT MON that his sister, Mrs. Dote,- Blair, Red Kidney Beans lovitviuc 4 Nmhviuc R. R. Co. for his farm known as the of Columbia, was dead.. Mrs. place, consideration unBlair has been ill for sevcnj TIMB TABLE. ib. known. In tha deal Mr. Davis months with tuberculosis, and 22 north 4.57 p in dwelling and store whore gets tho her death has boon hourly ex. 24 north 8:35 am It the opinion of people gener- peeled for several weeks'. 4Mr. p m Mr Drown now lives.Mr. Brown ally is 28 south 12:35 that the Mass Meeting at the Strango left. Immediately for will close out his stock of goods 12:45 a m 21 caouth und devoto hluuelf entirely to Court House on Monday did a Columbia where burial took plane per lb. Tas. Landrum, Agent. tho farm great deal of good in the way of Sunday afternoon at "3 :oo o'clock. No. 8. Phone arousing people to a sense of duty Tbe Rev. Childress helij regu-la- r Gregory Thomason died Sun-da- y and making them more deterEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potoe services at tho Bapttst'.church at Hazard of appendicitis. mall matter. a i mined to suppress bootlegging. Sunday noon. Mr. Childress is For several months be had been Tho organization as outlined at just recovering from, a' severe employed at Lenuet, Ky. For PERSONAL RECEIVED DAILY 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 in four months. He Mrs S. K. Martin is reported flu and on Saturday appendicitis a meeting of the committeemen was unable to preach Sunday mado its appearance. He grew some better. and organize the committee for evening, and Eld. L N. Bowling so rapidly, that by the time SUNMrs. Fanny Adams has returned worse the County, und then organize of the Christian church filled his he could be removed to a hospital, from Paris. each voting precinct. To per pulpit Miss Hazel Walhn, of found that an operation John Albright Iras a genuine it was feet this organization, it is deemed Danville, was here over Sunday was impossible and tbe tnd came case of mumps. necessary to call a meeting at the CLOTH-IN- G in a few hours. The deceased Court House in Mt. Vernon, Feb. with relatives. Dr.ByrrinOwens W. R. McClure is in Richmond leaves a wife, who was Miss was called here from .Louisville ruary 15th, at 1 p.m, We shall a few days ago on accouD of the today on business. Alice Manus and ono child. The Mrs Georgia McClure is visit remains were brought here Tues. expect every man who is on the illness of Mrs. Owens, who is Committee whose name appears spending a few days with her ing Mrs J. T. Meadows. day aud laid to rest Wednesday elsewhere in this paper to be pres- mother, Mrs. R. S. Martin. Mr. joicing over the arrival of their Prof. Lee J. Webb and som in Elm wood cemetery. ent, and the pubhc'is cordially in and Mrs. Walter McKenzle, of first born, an girl were up from Livingston today. Though an unintentional over- vited to attend.-ThiMable Frances. Clarence, Ky., ware guests of christened Miss Risso Williams loft Wedmeeting will prove how her mother, Mrs. I. Rj Storm Miss Julia Hurst spent Sunday sight, but something for which nesday for a several weeks stay wo never expect forgiveness, wo general tho interest is in suppress- Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Mc- at tho borne of her uncle; J S. in Florida. failed to have last issue tho ex- ing bootlegging, and the absence Kenzio 's mother accompanied Cummins. .Charlie Deboid was Mrs. M. Pennington has been pected and very mucb deserved of anv of those men who have tiiVTMMiiiiiiiBKiiiiiiiiiiH them hero and was also, a guest at called to see his mother,- - Mrs. very sick for the past ten days. mention of the entertainment giv been elected on the committee Mary Ellen Debord, near Walnut the Storm residence. Miss Reca It is reported she has fin. en by the Willing Workers at the will indicate that hey have rnot Acton, who was returning from Grove who is very sick. Delbert Som- - Graded Mrs. B. J. Buthurum, of ,. rttttr&&r& School Chapel on the the interest they should have in a visit to relatives in Middles. Hicks was the guest of Roy and MRV!f is cxe3aaxoai7;a:yJyfJfWSR.iJay-iitg- t t .V.V WWjihl3"x?e&mGittfc-- MUJkt)U44 UUVUlUaj. Jitf boro, stopped here on her wav BET WEENTHE RANKS ON THE CORNER while Judge Bethurum is hold. not had anything by local talent The fact that it is apparent to her home at Clarence and ispent Mrs. D. R. Gentry spent the past ' ing court. that was ;enjoyed more Every that tbe United States is going Saturday and Sunday with ber week with her mother, Mrs. M.Ciaig wan over from Lan- number on the program brought dry in 1920 is no reason why we grandmother, Mrs. J. I. R. Storm. Ellen Brown, of Level Green. The Boone Way Man received boys in his day, into business caster Monday to' attend a meet a hearty applause from tho large should fold our hands and put -- J. M. Humble is in Corbin for Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Long and which filled the cbapel to up with the luwlessness that now much voluod Christmas present life, and is pnmd of it, even tho ing of the directors ot the Bank crowd a few days on business. Mrs. J. family were with Mr. and Mrs. a its capacity and the meeting of exists waiting for the Govern 11. Cass has just returned from a J. S. Cummins Saturday night. in the wav of a fine Hamilton only seven of them ever snowed of Mt. Vernon. which was their appreciation, possibly Just T. S. Reynolds was the guest of watch movement, Willing Workers, simply meat to control the situation. few days now the Pinevilie is to have a visit to her son, U. B. placed in the heavy coin silver taking it for granted, and in the houes to re brought down the house. About When the citizens of Rockcastle Cass, at Phillipsburg. She was M. F. Craig Saturday evening. $100,000.00 court of life let the matter place the tho one burned there $35 in receipts was realized, which County have done their duty, joined 'at Stantord by her daugh- Mrs. Lottie Debord spent Mon- case the old road scout has been hurly burW was ery . satisfactory both for bootlegging will be suppressed, day with Mrs. Naunie Cummins. carrying for the past 36 years. slip their memories, or misunder some months ago. ter, Mrs Bronston Rider, Miss Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Procter The donor was Mr. J. T. Welch, standing the value of assistance Meshac Gentry came in from the cause that it is intended and and not until then. Jo Davis, of Mt. V.ernon, spent to the good women who were very and Mrs. Alma Cummins were Secretary - Treasurer General at the proper time in early age. .Harlan first .of the week on ac- For Sauj: Oliver No' 5 and several days last week here with "Jack" Welch is a brother of the Independent f aouai of the- UImm of Mrs. Gen- anxious to make it a success. one Underwood Typewriter, also. her sister, Mrs. Walter Robins.. guests of Mrs. Grace Cummins manager of Packers Fertilizer Co , Columbus, Richard, at Mt. Vernon, and of All money which, goes into the near Bee Lick Monday. Miss ..v good heating stove, .all in good 1T IO TAHnonH jinJ 9 Mn iattma Ohio. Mr Wojch had- - some as- Mrs. Iw Ej Vowels, Middlesboro, T&Mvstox&f'dJ.L k , " Miss Minwle, oLCortnfiS ? condition Will kelLaightwo'-Prtir-Dand Mrs. Katie Linton, Louisville sunT'toDe used righUindToT1br Se hlaiMiaogTcat'susin.hjiisjaijHj Saturday and Surday the guest Mlssckose' Gentry' Tuesdays evetl- - sistanceJ. Fisu.fir. Son. Wednesday on business, Prof, noble purpose, and for that rea- ing. Mrs. Ida Owens was here when he took a course in a Louis- line of endeavor, and beside of Mr and Mrs. Frank Bowling, aud Mrs. Lyon are living at Ltb son we always rejoice to know ville commercial school somo 33 holding the responsible positions Men's good indigo blue over Dr. W. F Carter and A M.Hiatt Wednesday to see her daughter, years anon instead of Louisville. alls $2.00 pair at Drummond's. since. This is not tho first he does, owns a large block of their efforts are rewarded. Miss Sallie. Married, Mr. Edd Tom Penix, were in Lexington Wednesday Howard Baker, remembrance to stock of his company, of which W. T. Davis has sold his place looking after some oil stock pur Dyehouseand Miss Nellie Brown, instance of his CIRCUIT COURT. he was ono of the organizers, Emmett and Sam Sowder'havu preceptor. "Jack" never leaving a $5,000 position at Louisout on the Dixie Highway near chases they recently made. Both daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. his old returned Iroin Harlan County The Rockcastle Circuit Court Brown on Wednesday February forgets a favor shown. ville, a number of years since where they Itave been mining. convened Monday. Judge B. J Renfroe Creek to P. D. Ramsey are expecting to succeed John D. .S. Col. Maret has assisted fifteen for that purpose. and will give possession about in a few months, and here's hopMr. and Mrs. Mat Cummins Bothurum is on the bench and March 1st. William Wallen will ing they do. Mrs. Walter Robins and Mr. aud Mrs. Ernest Dot sou Commonwealth's Attorney W. N. move about March 1st to the and children spent Sunday with will leave tomorrow night for Flippin is at his post The or ganization and selection of juries Fish place now occupied by Mr. bomefolks at Mt. Vernon. E L. Cincinnati to make their homo. Harris sold his house and lot on was about the' only business Ramsey. Edd Deatherage and Bert Baker Gingham i5 cts per yard at East Main Street this week to transacted, as the day was turned aro homo for a day or so from Arthur Robinson for $600 aud over to the Master Commissioner Drummond's stcro. the Big Sinking district of Lee .bought a, small tract of land from and Sheriff for land sales and You read in last wppk's Signal County where they have just the citizens for the Mass Meet that I had bought tbe Main street Mr. Robinson for $300. He also big oii well. drilled in a bought a small tract adjoining ing held at tho Court House in I bave been too Logan Bryant left early this the "afternoon. The following restaurant. this land from C. C Williams, of busy (his week feeding the peoplo morning for Danvillo with a are the juries selected. We failed to get to write an ad, but just keep on Mt.' Vernon. truck load of about 2200 pounds the price. R. H. Haram, J. W. following tho Crowd to the popuGRANPJURY. Al tobacco, which was .raised by Masters, L. N Bowling, Bernard W. K. Dickerson, M. F. Craig, lar Main Street Restaurant, where B T. Young near Brodhead. Bowling, E L. Harris, John RobHarvey Owens, W. M. Baruett, we serve hot and cold lunches Pal Moore is home from Ross ins and others were in Mt. VerDavid Elder, Sam Creech, Alfred with good Old Kentucky hospinon Monday attending meeting Creek section of Estill County. John Runner, Prop. at the Court House acalled by Bryant, Johu Signidii, I. C. Ho- tality. Pal is operating an oil drill and A new precedent has been sot Judge B J. Bethurum. says they are getting tho oil ward, W.T. Evan?, F. A. Per Bushel I will sell J. W. McCullom. by the present Grand Jury and nearly every time they .drill. JETIT JURY. that is in having that body open you Tom Thomason and wife, MarJury No 1: J. W. Proctor, ed with prayer., before organizatin ThomaBqn and wife and An. Taylor Clark, J. W. Bullock, Gill tion. This custom should have drew Gentry, of Hazard, were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Smith Frederick, Edgar Ballinger, Lo been practiced long ago, but it has hero Wednesday to attend the were guests of her mother, Mrs. gan Renner, Elmer Anglin, J.M. not, so let us hope it wi.l be in burial ot Gregory Thomason. Proctor, J. J. Cummins, W. M. tho future Rov.VV. D. Mullins. Frances Thompson, from SaturMrs. Jas. H. Mullins, of Avoca Niceloy, Green Noo, Phil Carrier. Monday. Mr. Bill the Magistrate from the 5th dis- day until or Feed on the Mrs. Champ Cummins and daughNo. 2: J. S Rowe, W. F. trict bears tho 'distinction of be- Thompson and son, tEdd, were Jury 0 ter, of Tennessee and Miss Nell Debord, M. B Tones, E. B.Brown, ing tho tirst minister to open called from Indiana to attend the Thomason, of Louisville, were with burial of their daughter and Sam Shiplett, John Debord, Ed that body in Rockcastle here Wednesday to attend the Miss Viola Thompson, who prayer. Smith, W. M. Hurst, Gather funeral ot their brother and Philbock, Due was seriously burned Friday and P. Q. Cummins, Good heavy work shirts 9o cts died Saturday. uncle, Gregory Thomason. Miss Dorothy Griffin, Dick Barnett. at Drummond's store. Owens was tbe pleasant guest ot Claude Frederick, who has been RESERVE JURY. Miss Grace Thompson Saturday with Gen. Pershing's men and CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. Coleman Burdette, W. A. Mulnight. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.Cum-min- s not heard from for a year writes the same old price Per Barrel inWood There ace peoplo who never spent Saturday night with his uncle, Geo. Frederick, that lins, Tim Brown, W. T. French, have a movement of the bowels her father, 0. C. Metcalf. Mr. he is safe apd sound in Berstln-bac- h, Jim Black and John Noaks. and H50per24-lb.Ba- g. Very few Commonwealth cases without it is produced by a cath- and Mrs. Charlie Debord spent Germany, and ready to Most of them have bought Saturday night and Sunday with come home as soon as the order have been tried. A 'number ol artic. move toward the good cases called, one side or the that condition en themseves by her parents, JMr. and Mrs. H. N. is given to other not ready. Several civil and tho use of mineral waters and Denny. Miss Dessio Hicks old U. S. A. 25-l- b. strong cathartics that tako too a tew of her friends A letter received by Attorney equity cases started have been muck water out of tho system finished up, such" as land sales, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C C. Williams from his', nephew, still going for and aggravate the disease they Charles Thompson spent etc. Satur. Major McKenzio Brown, son of are meant to relieve, A mild day with her mother. Mrs. Mary Wyatt Allen, Nath Doan, Ed Mrs Cleo Brown, of the British lasative tonic liko Chamberlain's has recently Price and H. J. McClure each Tablets affords a gontle move- Cummins. Misses Grace Thorn p Army, says that he fined $60. and 20 days in jail for son and Dorothy Owens were the been appointed shipping Conselling liquor. McCluro asked ment 6f tho bowels tliet you guests of Miss Dessie Hicks Montroller of tho Caspian Sea. Major hardly realize has been produced day. Mrs. A. prices. Complete line of Field Seeds now in the House. J. Pope and little Brown hat been in Southern Rus- for a new trial and Price hit for by a medicine, and their uso is daughter, Eugene of Bromo, other quarters. Doan and Allen sia since October. not so likely to be followed by guests of Mrs. W. H. Owens are in jail. constipation. LOCAL The trial of Marion Durham Sunday night. W. H. Owens feed the Stock and the People with the best goods on the market, aud Charley Thomas charged with was in Mt Vornon Monday. Stock in the Co Operative Ltnd in tbe killing of Squire the lowest prices; Mrs. Mary Owens and little son, & Development Co., at 30c p2r mutder Frank, were guests at tho home a good buy. See W. H. Singleton, is set for next Tuesshare is day. I pay the freight on orders for 500 lbs. to any Railroad Station. Dentist of W. H. Owens the first of the Fish, local manager. week. Master Carter Owens was Cilice Over Jim Denny, charged with false I IT n There aro three to four hun- swearing acquitted. with Frank Owens at Splro Mon Baker's Stors dred cases of flu in London and day. Roy Thompson spent MonJL Spring bats for the whole fam Laurel county. Bell county has MT VBUNON, KENTUCKY day with Delbert Hicks. Mr ily at Drummond's store.. tbe flu ban on upw. and Mrs. Willie Gentry are ro aaaa Mt. Vernon Signal a brodhea d t - m nn n 79 DiMMi'S CASH GROCERY STORE Here fs a Calendar FOR COUNCIL OF NATIONAL I Mc-Clar- y DEFENSE Idc itcond-ciu- Pilgrim Coffee 22C Fresh Meal and Vegetables 2345678 9 101112131415 16171819202122 232425262728 GET THEM AT Drummond's LI VI NGSTON oight-pound EVERY ONE OF THESE DAYS EXCEPT THE DAYS ARE GOOD DAYS TO BUY YOUR AND SHOES AT THE CASH STORE s - 1 ?tres MrrA, '. -- ttffi&fiU&&.V btf-tfRr- "ire , - - -. u hereft?0? f $ FARMERS It Is Oat Sowing Time Have just received a Car of Northern White Seed Oats that Bur-dett- o, WILLAILLA at QAa Car of Tuxedo Chops market at $3-0- Mde&Horse 00Ib' Ba2' sis-to- r, Another car Billy Routt's BEST PATENT FLOUR At 2. 00 That big Bag of Meal $1.00 Before you buy Field Seeds get our I DR. WALTER at Uiiv J. TV. Rider km 1 LIVIfr GSTON Mr. nitl )i 8 .Tunics Ponder uml Mrs Gilbert' Ton lor loft ludnv for Tulsa, Okla , where tlioy nill inula their futurqhonio Mrs. Karl UIl-- and Son, of I.nnivillci have roturiiPtl home, nfior :i short vi.it with her pir-cnMr. uiftl Mis. W. T Amyx A Mtlo irl or Mr und Mrs Jutn n Ncul litis lccn quite sick f ! . in 1 hit; lull s I) iu-- lit tli ? nncMr STATEMENT of the CONDITION KV. of the c t, PEOPLES BANK OF. MT. VERNON, At the Close Of Business December 3 J, 1918 r writing u loiiiUtic IM'iif W.K.Uiclcorsoni.i -n I'roin hero He jurjiimn -.- 1 II Walton is quite Mr und Mrs. sick nt 'his time. I E Miimiiif I'm is, Imvo I won vi court itinjj Mrs Miiiur.. iurenH,Mr and Well, wo fruits Mrs J II WiTion wo will Iihvo six weeks ihote nf winter, as it is c'aiui d the ground lion s.iw his shiriuw thu sotoud there hud been some in retfii'd to th s fjrouinl h(K luiness mid tliituht the weather rulii; was taken out o his liiinds Anv way, old King Winter is oeliind alirioit U.r.'e hit b,i I mouths liohind with ivi'ittlier, ami it would make us quake and shiver to kcl his ic Died, Thursdiiy, breatli now. lanuary Uli, I'rniicis Keudell Hon rue, nj;e 4 months mid eleven dajs, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. I and Ird Bourne, of to roit in t le family tmryiui; ginuml near I.omliT, Ivy , to unait the cull of tl e master Hlehsbd nre the little children tlu die in tlie I.or.l. Ttiey are takfii nome 10 Heaven 10 g.uu tneir re ward. Mr. und Mrs. .1, R Pen tier, of St.Umis, Mo., are u i the family of Judge Summers. W.N.liigus it htill on tho ick ht-- t buT Jones will move lii.s.slock of goods Vo llioufj'it mi Loans $126,503,41 Due from Banks 28,972.40 . Cash on hand 6,482.33 Overdrafts 1,63436 6,000.00 Banking House, F. and F. 438.42 .. Other Real Estate ...... . RESOURCES loisl.iti $170,030.92 iHHF '1111? BIFv YM If TALK "a that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water I Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back ! -1 about smokes, Prince Albert to a joyhandout standard LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Undivided Profits . . - Deposits $20,000.00 5,000.00 4,616.79 140,414.13 $170,030.92 fcfjwc.rin mimmeatMmsMmremmamtmsmstsvmEKtMmsKmmKaKmsmmssWssms Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco it eold. Toppy red has; tiJy red tint, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal g.m humidor with sponge vi.-it- ' . tr.tap tA)ii.rarn-A4steUiccciM- i jach jrsavftjfar&twi, CoprrHMWIbr :. J. Ke jug, Ji Tunica Co. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Wincton-Sale- M. C. lu'lyjrY" Stop and first move THE a winning ha trie nf Itff Think veloping traits that will insure success, comfort and when sav in? begins. It will educate you 'financially by de Is made DOLLARS AND CENTS. Couutinj; it only in dollnrs and how much did that hist cold cost you ? A man may not always stop work when Le has a cold, but perhaps it would bo bet tor if ho did. It takos about ten days to get rid of a cold undei the usual treatment. That Unit can bo much shortened by taking Chainborlnin's CougiuRetno dy and.propor care of yourself, in factt a bottlo of tills remedy in tho houso is a mighty good investment during the winter and spring mouths. happiness. Every deposit made with us is a Start step toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. CThilSron Cry WtTr CASTOSIA re FLETCHER'S ha:k jnto the property that he purchased a few days ago Miss Ethel IIay.se liV- - been on tlio sick list for a few days. D.C. Alcorn, of Louisville, was here between trains Tuesday, en route- to Lex ington. Mrs 1. W. Catlin and sou, John, of Highland Park, 'are visiting hor parents, Mr.and Mrs W. H. Nicoley, this week. Mrs Surah Inabuit is visiting rela tives in Uonhiuu. Our new post mistress and ast.sttuit deserve much praise" the way ihey handle tho ottico and we judge every one is highly pleased or some one would siy something to the contrary. Tney are polite, iccomodating nnd always ready to "wait on the public. Mr. uml - rUBLIUALL I . r,j. WILL ON Thursday, February 20th At My Farm Adjoining John Harris About 2 Miles South of Brodhead Offer for Sale to the highest and best Mrs. Olie Uourno were In London, Sunday, vNitiug telatives. The writer and his better half were in Citciiinali, Thursday, shop ping. Judge Mahlon Summers, .vho lias room for bidder the following: been coutiued to his sometime is some bet Bank of Mt. Vernon Weak Women In use (or over40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the cod Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effec- ts. The Normal Department ' OF THE IZZZZZZZ or. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carpenter, of Lebanon, Ky., have been visiting the family of W. M. Odell. S.C. Hellard was called to Bond, Tuesday, on account of the death of one of his relatives, name not learned. Wo learned later the death was caused from Uu and there 'a'ro several cases near there U H.Grillin returned to Now York, Monday night, as he was called back to his company. He was on a thirty-da- y One Span Mules, 5yrs. old; one span Roan Mares, 6 yrs. old; . one Cow; x12 Shoats; 2 Calves; Farming Tools, Cutting Harrow, Riding Cultivator, A Harrow, two Land.PIows, 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 Mt. Vernon Is Now In Graded Session furlough. Samuel Ward. and High School All tho Htibjocts embraced iii the Conmum School Curriculum arc oil'erod. Special work will bo given in Agrii'ultur and Laru's "Tho Seionco aud Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course $3,C0 a mouth. High School $4.00 TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "1 was taken sick, seemed to be ," wtitesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take if In the spring when run down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating, It 's the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. m .... The World moves, aud fie into stands still is either crushed or lejt behind. ... SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF connected with the urinary organs and to bulkl up and rentore to health orsana weakened by UUeuae. Tneao moat linportunt orKarm mil at bo watched, because they filter and jiurlfy the blood; unless they do their work you are doomed. Wearlneaa, sleepleasneaa, nvrvouaneaa, deepondenoy, buckuche, atoimich trouble, paint in tin loins and lower ub domen, irrav.l. dlitli'ulty when urinating, rheumatlsfn. elalleu J nil lumbaKO s. all warn you of'tiuublu . II j your QOLu MlSlMI' Haarlem nil Cap- dlaa&aea kid-ney- MMuMcMMknnk2uft:suMai 1 ... Chicago, III., has boon here for the past week with his mot er. Mr. and Mrs. N H.Oliver and son, Other, have returned from Bcieu after a few days' visit with the family ot J A. Oliver Mrs. Our gin Mc'Jlurc is visiting in Mt. Vernon this weckr Mrs. Sam Hellard is visiting relatives near Mt. Vernon this week. Mrs. Champ Cummins, of Cincinnati, has been visiting th; families of J.Ii.Uu)SOund J.W. Hughes. J. y T. Jones has purchased a house, which is a dwelling and store room", on Main street. Price not. from G. S. Griilln. It. Ball hail moved his teamed. J. family to Paris, Ky. Born, to tho wlfo of E.B. Owons, a ih.e girl, on tho 30th. Mrs.Samuel Ward, who has hud n severe attack of pneumonia, is slowly improving Mr aud Mrs. W; R. Ward, ot Haz ard,' have been with heir raothor. Mrs-- Samuel Ward, for tho past week. Mrs Loo Webb, who has hud a genuluo caso of flu is some two-stor- Jr , of WILLIAMS AUCTIONEER: BOGUE SMITH FOR FRESH Groceries I"" More Shoes AT BR SEE OWN'8 Wins U MILES EAST OF ORLANDO On Coobburg Road PLENTY OF' FRESH THE QUALITY AND MeatsGroceries EVERY ONE KNOWS EVERY ONE KNOWS bqt'tor. (JOT.rt MEDAL ll.inrlcin aul.a are the rurnedy you need. For 100 Take eiiibUJ HUfrcrlnjr hiin; i y to three or diy. The hoaltiK wltliatanj attack or kltlri'ij, liver, oil soaKi four everycolU und llnlnir or into the bladder and stomach troubli unit all tho kldue) and drives Out tlm piltona Oil haa yri Now Jlfe und hunlth will surely follow our normal vizor has been continue treatment for a wbllj) )ouraelf In condition und prevent a r oiu rn of tho illm'jse Don t null until you are Incapablo of ll.tlitlnK. Hurt taklntr OOL.O MKIIAI. Iluarlem Oil Capsules today Your ilrun-plwill iheerfull refund )nur money If you are not itlnrtnl with ronulta. Hut be aure to Kt tlio orlKlnal Imported OOLII lIi:DAl, and uciopt no In three (lira. Bculed pack aeea. At all dm atorea. When to ki'up at PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest lmporlauec. If Country Produce Iron GruyJuck, no better breeder Id tho state mid a "sure foal getter, 7 years old. BRING YOUR All Druggists J. Tk. TO your 3yes are showing any defects now U the time to see Foil SAUK -- One ON 1 BROWN MAIN ST." aKMttVftaRtHtWittK RWmAA"WAlM W! JHl V X.A.X. A. DR. MObRE, Cox Bulldinir, Tke Oftfciin Mt.Vernon, Ky. PVir further nurtl' ulurs SCO rBethururu, Mt.Verrou, Ky. Jun 17-4- 1 M. 1 yi