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PWS32 y .vo tp ., .1' ,.'. ps.r W x & 5 i- - ? ". ' v."Vi;- j. . )SC -- fr2 JK, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDA Y ' VOLUME XXXII JPuitii Wit i jjigiii MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1919 11 ESTABLISHFD, 1887 1 NUMBER 33 DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA, KY. June 6 to July I and July to August J 5 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, farmers, discharged soldiers, housekeepers Christian workers. ''Something good for every comer!" Daily discussions of things important for the mountains, meeting mountain leaders from eight states Berea Faculty includes many of the greatest educators and speakers of the south, and summer brings in many other noted men, .moving pictures, entertainments, music. 'works with all Berea is religious, followers of Christ," Tobacco prohibited. Best location, climate and equipment. Prices are made right for young folks just getting than staying at homo." a Address the Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn. Berea, Kentucky. non-sectaria- n, Commission created for pltb for the account of the Allies for five years " iscite fifteen years hence. Germany restore Commissions created for pleb- Germany Sign iscites in Malmedv, Schleswig.fog8 taken mustFranco-Prussi-an French in War of 1870. and East Prussia. New York, May 7 The treaty Germany must pay entire cost provides that: Details of disposition "of Ger Germany restores Alsace:Ior- - man fleet and cables left to Al- - ofvArmies of Occupation from Sate of.armistice. raine to Prance. lied Powers. x Germany to confirm renuncia-tiono- f Germany accepts international Disposition of former Geriaaa ization of the Saar Basin tern colonies also the treaty left to Allies." porariiy. . All German - concessions in Commissions to supervise the Germany shall be bound to ac- Saar Valley, Danzig and oversee Turkey, Russia, Brazil, Auitria-Huog- arr cept any agreement reached plebiscites will, act . and Bulgaria to be under direcwith her former allies. transferred to Allied reparations tion of the League ofNatkas, commission and credited to GerPromulgates the League oi Germany cedes to Belgium many. - TERMS OF PEACE L- - Must Nations. Danzig- - tionalized. 382 square miles of territory permanently interna between Luxemburg and Hal v , Germany agrees to territorial changes toward Belgium and Denmark and in East Prussia. Germany cedes most of Upper Silosia to Poland. " start-r-"cheap- er Germany renounces all her territorial and political rights outside of Europe. Germany recognized total in dependence of German Austria, Czecho Slovakia and Poland. German army reduced to 100,- 000 men, including officers. Conscription within German territories abolished. OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH First State Bank il LIVINGSTON, KY. Capital Deposits - $15,000.00 52,000.00 NOT YET TWO YEARS OLD All German forts for fifty kilometers east of the Rhine razed. All importation, exportation and nearly all production of war materials stopped. Allied occupation of parts of Germany to continue until repar ation made. Any German violation of con ditions pertaining to the Rhine zone constitute an act of war. German navy reduced to six battleships, six light cruisers and twelve torpedo boats with no submarines. German navy personnel to con sist of not over i5,ooo. All other war vessels must be surrendered or destroyed. Germany forbidden to build forts controlling the Baltic. All Heligoland fortifications must be demolished. Kiel canal to be open to all Germany must surrender her fourteen submarine cables. Germany's naval and military air forces abolished after October WANTED No. 1 Walnut Logs Germany to accept full respon sibility for all damages to Allied and associated Governments and nationals. ' Germany must reimburse all civilian damages, beginning with an initial payment of 00 18 inches and up and 23 inche and up. 8 feet and up, long. Quote prices and name quantities to marks. C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. Louisville, Ky. uxr 2Sal4HSS f xx S kid m o r e'sj RESTAURANT! WHERE THE CROWD GOES WHY? Because they get ' - satisfied See my new GROCERIES and my low prices. Compare hem .with others. Bring m your country hwpa" and get cash for them, FRESH MEATS?. Come in on Wed&esd&ys. Hot and cold lunches served daily. as well as aj. I seed I solicit your trade. Yours W. H. Skidmore Opposite th I k ixz Post Office 2X Subsequent payments in reparation to be secured by a bond issue approved by the reparation commission. Germany must' pay shipping damages, ton for ton. Germany must devote Tier ec onomic resources to rebuilding devastated regions. Germany must revert to prewar "most favored nations" tarTotal of German indemnities iffs without discriminated Germany must allow freedom to be determined by an inter of transit through her territories Allied commission before May 1, 192 1, after a fair hearing. to allied nationals. Schedule will be fixed for dis Germany must accept highly charge of German indemnity ob detailed provisions as to pre war ligations within thirty years. debts, unfair competition and Germany irrevocably recognizes other economic and financial full authority of red matters. parations com mission. Germany must accept highly Germany's initial indemnity detailed provisions tfor internatpayment (20,000,000,000 marks), ionalization, of roads and rivers. shall be made in gold, goods and The to be tried by ships. an international high court. 'Gennjmy .must, pay civilian Other violators of laws of war for acts . of cruelty ordered by to be tried. ber repr eeeatatijjjeft. Holland to be asked to extradite Germany pay for maL the. treatment of prisoners. wf Germany is responsible ior-de . Germany pay damage Uyenng other violators of. inter-, enforced ktarlijby civilians for -na'tioaal law. levies or fines kipoad. Germany to 'accept theJ,eagoe To dlscfirgelwK indemaity of Nations in principle, but withobligations, Germany's domestic out membership. taxation syaienBiuatto propor Iateraational labor body crea- tionately ted. Allied couatryflW al bodies to Germany rauingre to buiW execute provisions of the tretj. 200,000 tons of sbippia aaaiwlly inter-Allieex-Kais- er Clearing houses to be estab lished in all belligerent countries land. to handle adjustments of preGermany cession to Poland war debts and contracts. isolates East Prussia from the Allies may liquidate German remainder of Germany. private property in Allied terri Germany's cessions to Poland tory as compensation for proper comprise 27,686 square miks; to f thelr tIonaa France 5,600 square miles pensed by Germany and for debts owed their nationals by German Germany consents to treaty nationals. establishing Belgium as a neutFire insurance contracts not ral State. considered dissolved bv the war. T Luxemburg ceases to be a All , signatories agree to inter member of the German tariff! national control of opium traffic. union. All German ports free before All Hohenzoliern property" in tbewar must continue in that Alsace Lorraine goes to France status:" -V without payment. Ports of Elbe, lOder, Danube France gains permanent pos- and Niemen Rivers international session of Saar coal mines regard ized. less of result of Saar olebiscite J Czecho-Slova- ki to have rail Germany renounces to China rights into Fiume and Trieste. , remainder of Boxer indemnities. Germany must-Jease Czecho Germany renounces to China all public property and conces- slovakia waffhag,Vin .Hamburg years". sions in China except KkK Chau. nd Settih'for iiioety-nin-e International labor office to be Germany renounces All rigkts estajbshe'din 'Geneva, as part ;pf in Morrocco. i Germany recognizes British leagueoi nations organization. First meeting of the - interna protectorate over Egypt. tional labor body will be bald Besides Upper Silesia, Ger- in October aV Washington (sim many cedes the greater part of ultaneously with first League of Posen and West Prussia to Poland Nations meeting) to discuss inter Germany cedes Memel to the national eight-hou- r day. associated Powers. Germany to accept all decrees Free use of DanzigV waterway as to German ships by Allied and port facilities are assured to prize courts. Poland. The treaty becomes effective for each nations as that nation Germany accepts abrogation of formally ratifies it. sk the treaty. Allies reserve right for Russia HOW'S THIS. to obtain reparation from Ger We offer One Hundred Dollars many. Keward for any case of Catarrh Germany cedes Japan all that cannot be cured by Hall's rights in Shantung peninsula -- . Catarrh Medicine. German army must demobilize Hall's1 Catarrh Medicine has within ''two months-'- after peace been taken by catarrh sufferers signed. years, and for the past thirty-fiv- e become known as the most All German munitions estab- has lishments must be closed within reliable . remedy for Catarrh. three months after peace signed Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru except where otherwise specified the Blood ;on 'the Mucous surfaces expelling .tbe poison from the by Allies. No militaristic societies shall bloods and healing the diseased portions. be permitted in Germany. After you have taken Hall's German warships may be re- Catarrh Medicine for a short placed only at expiration of time you will see a greatimprove-men- t twenty years for battleships and in your general health. fifteen for destroyers. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi Allies will retain German hos- cine at once and get rid of cat tages until persons acoused of arrb. Send for testimonials, free. war crimes are surrendered. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Reciprocal exchange of inform Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. ation regarding dead prisoners and places of burial provided fUYCNCrS for. (Alsace-Lorraine- ). -- The Flow of Meat of the live stock in the United States has to be raised in Two-thir- ds One-hal- f J I i ; live in the East. of the consumers of meat i I 1 I In other words, most of the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. I. But the job. got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. -- distributing systems refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser benefited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" were in the right balance. They built up Brest-Litov- -- Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this service at a fraction of a cent per pound profit : Swift & Company, U. S. A. and PERUNA Me MANALIN Cured .Catarrh of the Nose, Throat and Stomach. Pe-runa Mrs. E. M. Harris, R. R. No. 3, Ashland, Wis., sends a message of cheer to the sick: ft "After following' your advice good and using Feruna and Manalin, I do all my work and am in rateable of the none, ttm cured of catarrh from which health. I recommend this from remedy to all suffering throat and stomach, I had suffered for several years. any disease of the stomach." "When 1 commenced taking. Fernna Is Sold Ererjrwaer I could not make my bed Liquid or Tablet Form Now I without stopping t. to-re- Why Worry Over planning your new building ! Let me assist you. My twenty years ex-tperieh- i fee k3'-- .Y! ; ex-Kais- er. -- mt mt in planning and building homes is at your " service. " u bJpiJRJALl t lBaM sal- D - ' MfrMtuUftXr T j ", -- Various-internation- gSttifificnsNS anywhere;' 1 5. 4- .r jew? - J m t" $ ': ; ' a. gBPagy; rfrgnirTiiitfanri r vpfjjr- - ,r SC'- - ..-:- -- "-:? V- - -- p- ::- - ' .y .V;y, ' t& ." '' wv r 2 ' .E? ;s - Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, May g; 19 19 one piece of bread and a cup Published every Friday by ED6AR S. ALBRIGhl. SUBSCRIPTION ONE THAR $I.O Aivertising rates tnaue known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATION . We are authorized to 111 W. T. SHORT as a candidate for State Senator in the 17th Senatorial District, jsubject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK as a cadidate for Representative from the Seventieth Legislative district, composed of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Republican party at its primary election on August 2, 1919. Every locality has devised stunts of various kinds to promote local interest in the Victory .Loan, but the palm must be handed to the Victory Loan Com mittee of Washington, which provided a free ride in an aeroplane to the person each day who sells the largest amount of bonds. The buyers of bonds are not left out, as the one who purchases the greatest number of bonds is also to take a trip through the air, and without expense. TELLS OP WAR Charles W. Payne is With Veterinary Detachment In France. Charles W Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Payne, of 519 Limestone streel, is with a vet- erinary hospital detachment at Nazaire, France. His organization at present has about 2,500 horses under its care and there is lots of work, he writes home. don't know when we will get to come home," he says, "for we are going to get 1,190 more horses heie this week and we have about 1,500 now, so you see it will be some time before we get to leave. I have wished many a time that I could have stayed at home or been in some other branch of service, for tnis is the worst there is. You never get any rest." Writing of his experiences and of his trip to France, Payne says: "We started on our trip to cross the pond the 25th day of July. We had a small lunch at 4 o'clock m the afternoon and at 5 o'clock we were lined up for our hike. We hiked nine qjiles and got there at 8 o'c lock that night and got on a small boat and sailed down James river to Newport, News, arriving there at day light the next morning. It was City Point where we hiked to. We didn't have anything to eat on the road. The good Red Cross girls gave us coffee, that 'I It was beans three" times a day after that until we moved. Ben Mullins is in Jackson It has been getting better ever this wee:?.- - Bert Parsley, of .Oaksince, though and v.e get pietty ley and Mose Mullins, of Cruise, good 'grub now.' were in this part Tuesday. Misses Sallie and Maggie Mul-liMch 20, 1 9 19. speut from Saturday until """ Dear Mother and all: Sunday with their cousins, Mr. Will write you-- few Hues to aud Mrs. Estill Muihns. Mrs. tet you know that I am well. I Tbn-s- . Daugherty, of Cooksburg, hope this letter finds you all the was a visitor of Mrs. Sarah A. same. The weather here is very Mullins Sunday. There were pretty now but I don't kn w services at Bed Hill Saturday how long it will last. I supp and Sunday conducted by Rev. they arc beginning their .spr:ni Rovey Mullins and. others. work How aro Edna and Ell ? Born, to the wife of Sheridan I haven't heard from any one Jones a girl, christened Martha over there for months, so I hope Ann. Misses Ada and Rissie to hear from you all soon aud I Mullins are .the guests of their hope-tget home sometime this cousin, Miss Ruth 'Mullins this wheth- week. Alex McDaniel was in summer, but I dou't-knoer I will make it or not. It seems Berea Monday and Tuesday on as though they are going to business. Raleigh French is s'Vid keep us over here. There has to be very sick with flu and his been quite a httle siekness ovar wife who has been very sick for here out I have been lucky so 8 months is slowly improving far to keep well. I suppose J. J. Frank Deesj of Livingston, was M is back on the job now. in liis part last week putting in The 1 st time I saw him he was phones for J. H Roberts and J. on his way home. It has been H Mullins. Art McDaniel's sown time ago. I certainly family have all been very sick would like to get on that water for the past weeU with flu. They agai", headed towards New are said to be getting better. York. I suppose Troy Rich has Guy Black, iof Atlanta, was in his Discharge by this time. Be- this part from Saturday until lieve me I sure wish I han mine.- Monday. Mr, and Mrs Estill It has been nearly a year since Mullins were guests of his par I came in the army, but it does ents, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mullins not seem that long, and some- Saturday night. Miss May Durtimes though it seems like it has ham, of Dango, was the guest of been four years. I guess it her sister, Mrs. Bert Mullins wont be a great while longer. I Monday aud Tuesday. hope not any way. Well, it hurt ARE YOU HAPPY me awful bad to hear of little To be happy you must be well: Russel's death. I had dreamed you are frequently troubled of him so much and had planned if so much of seeing him again, but with constipation and indigestion as God nas seen best to take him you cannot be altogether happy. Tablets, to away, I hope to meet him in the Take Chamberlain's correct these disorders. They end. That is a debt we all have to pay sooner or later and there are prompt and effectual, easy aud pleasant to take. is a chance for us all to meet him again, but it is up tous,todo that. So let us all meet his dear FOR FLETCHER'S little face in the end. Hoping to hear from you all soon and NOTICE. that all are well. Road overseers return to Mt. I am, Your loving son; Vernon at once all wheel scrapers Elmo. and two portable forges for use Address Corporal St. Elmo McClure, Care Office Dept. Engi- on pike. Chas. P. Bradbury, neers, A. P. O. 727 Am. E. P. County Road Engineer.' 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When you feel that you have eaten too much and when constipated, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets. kVWy-x-x-x-g- a S-O-M-E r Kl 9y H H B KB Goodies! ' tne thatm-1-- nW&M&fc -- r in your mouth Hght, flu'ffy.tenderiSL cakes, biscuits JPpiBiSJ JmFiiI itfHKl fcv$mZ!SBi For Weak Women r WTa ft doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with was all we bad for 24 hours. We were so crowded we couldn't sit down, so we stood up most all night. When one would lay down on the deck, with his pack for a pillow, someone would fall over his hob nails and he would come ont of it. "We loaded onto the big boat at 1 1 o'clock the morning of the 26th. We were n days crossing. When we got to where we could .see land we sure were a hapoy lot of boys. We couldn't have jfl H H H I CALUMET BAKING POWDER the safest, purest, most economical kind. Try it drive away bake-da- y S fK H Hp H K lfl H B K K lB "K H m H failures." ingredients as have been approved officially by the U.S. Food Authorities. You save when you buy it. You save when you use it. Calumet contains only such In use for over40 yean! Thousands of voluntary rym letters from women, tellw m ing of the good 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 , -- 3 ve ? ' .!- n4 H ... B ., Cr. ii:M.Ii.- . - c ' - t -. St'ti j" ', Jig em after-effec- ts. f HIGHEST SW W TAKE 4 m I've got the Lard for you. I've got the Sugar and Coffee for you. I've got the Oatsi, Corn and Horse and Mule Feed for you. I've got the Cement & Plaster for you. I've got the Millet Seed for you. . any lights after 4 o'clock in the afternoon gee, how I wanted to smoke ! I was on guard one night aud saw a light like someone smoking on the top deck. I went up and arrested him and took him to the captain. When he was turned loose he had forgot he ever had the habit of smoking. "We had our raft drill every day. One day they sighted a submarine and we got on our life savers on in two counts and lined np for a little bath in the salt water. ''We- - anchored in the harbor the sixth day of August and on the morning of the seventh we unloaded and hiked three miles without any breakfast. It was 3 o'clock in the afternoon when we finally got our stove and grub packed there and got something to eat. We had two pieces of dried peaches, a piece ot bacon, lifilll SUGGESTION FOR A CAMPING TRIP. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic IS You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for- - you what it has done for so many thousands' of other womenl It should help. "1 was takes sick, teemed to be . . . , writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly Twalk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cartful, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quit all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my worlc. I take K in fiie spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I cvtr 2 rA quality for you And I've got the PRICES I 'v e got the ' . r s. t && tr-- Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea-Remedbefore leaving home. As a rule it cannot be obtained when on a hunting, fishing or prospecting trip. Neither can it be obtained while on board the cars or steamships and at such times and places it is most likely to be needed. ' The safe way is to have' it with ypu. y n rm ... -- r i " ' "'' V''411"'""'"1' t 2 rA H ,y ' 3'. , "'' "Br " far wR ' you ;- -. DER V 'saw," TijCardut V- ' -r OMldren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CA8JGGLR.I.A i ' - VI AS - I t. "i- - 5S' e ': K'.- s xfc ws lT j r f 4f - "Sk . ' s - : ."ft. i "jwi mx : . . '.""' , . v . .Sv w . . . - " . ' ?x , '. ;t :,; iy -1 -- -' A v ,ii.iifis" - ? 5. - if" '- 'Z t - ."" -j- r spfp-- WiJt i ,JN l5l'"r . T5"V" yu-wJ. . -- IWV ty h - vs. VT ' . - "" f x; - , v 'ti .. . v . J .L r I I i The Reception given by the ANNOUNCEMENTS. Junior Class of Mt. Vernon The Rockcastle Circuit Court There were services at Mt. The commencement exercises Graded and High School in honor Pisgah last Sunday conducted by convened Monday. Possibly the Mr. Version, K May 9, 1919 ot the Seniors was ejreatly ensmallest crowd that has ever of Mt. Vernon Graded and High joyed by those present. All but Rev. Grubb. Mrs. Wm. Barnes witnessed the opening of Circuit School begins Friday afternoon tipr !'No. wtoia a few were present that were spent Sunday with her mother, wmixt- toQommuni' Court was here Monday. It is a May 16. The following are the oa with 8IQNAJ Orville Mrs. Wm. Niceley. Those present were: busy season and those who did list of entertainments to be given expected. Sowder was with his sister? Mrs. Misses ChristineDavis, Marion not have business at court staid which will be well worth your Mitchell Norton, near Brodhead Kincaid, Virginia Crawford, at home and worked. Judge B. J. while to attend : last week. Robert Fletcher was Hiatt, Marguerite Welch, the guest Bethurum, who is feeling mucb Friday afternoon, May 16 Closof Edd and Joe CumHazel Johnson, Virginia Bradley, ing exercises Primary. better than when here in Febru I mins Saturday night and Sunday. Ulary, is on the bench. Common Friday evening, May,i6 Musical Anna Baugh, Myrtle Bryant, Miss Rena Hayes was a guest tOUItVILUC 4 H AIHVILLC B. R. CO. Ruth Mullins. Lou Phillips. Mary of-- her aunt, Mrs. Charles FletchRecital pupils. wealth's Attorney, W. N. Flippin TIME TABLE. is on hand and ably taking care Sunday evening, May 18 Bacca- Langford, ' Georgia McFerron, er, Thursday night. Mr. and 4.57 p Sydney Crawford, Mary Gibson, 22 north laureate Rev. Brazelton. of all prosecutions. Mrs. Pete Cummins and children, - 24 am 3:35 8th Helen Aultman, Risse Williams, north: following gentlemen were Monday evening, May 19 The are visiting in Corbin. The en 12:35 P m 33 south Etbel Azbill. Messrs. 'F. L tire fruit crop is killed by the Grade Graduation. selected as jurors: 12:45 a m Thompson Jr., Ramey Richards, 21 South Tuesday evening, May 20th V recent cold spell. There has . GRAND JURY. Arthur Cooper, Robert Fish, been some corn planted in this Agent. Senior play. JAs. Landrum, Isaac Clouse, Major Bullock, Wednesday morning. May 21 John Albright, Jamie Thompson, part Phone No.?8. but the majority of the peoJim Pitman, Jim Parsons. Hays'e Open Chapel. Clyde Baker, Louis Miller, RichKy. Poitoffic ple are not done planting. There Entered at the. Mt Vernon, Clark, Bert Owens, Jones French, Wednesday evening, May 21 ard Cox, Dr. Owens, Milton will be services at this place tl ,iecondciui mail matter. W. H. Reams, D K. Argenbright, "Commencement Address by Moore, C. V. Lucy, Ralph" Griffin. Saturday and Sunday conducted F. R. Asher, M. C. Saylor and Mes dames. Matthew Fenzel, C. Mr. Hagan, and PEESOKAL by Rev. Noe. Mrs. Delbert Bul? A. E. Albright Presentation of Diplomas V. Lucy, W. H. Krueger. d lock, who has been sick for sevProf. D. H. Lyon, was here JURY.. - . . PETIT Doors open at 8 p.m. Exercises The reception was held at the eral days is reported better. Monday for a few hours. m. Panel No.l F. F. Robbins, begin promptly at 8:30 pClass on home of Mrs W. H. Kreuger Mr. and (Mrs. Geo. Niceley, of and. Mrs. W, H.Fish spent D. G. Clark, Senior Mr. which was beautifully decorated Turner Station, are 'visiting Mr Howard, Mat . Notice 'The Suoday withLondon relatives. , Tuesday evening May 20th will in the class colors, Green, and and Mrs. Wm. Niceley. Misses Hoskins, J. L. Doan, W. H. Bui-Little Mks Sadie Neal Parrett lock, J. A Vance, Nath Bustle, stage the play: ''In "Behalf of the Cream. Refreshments consisted Vina and Marguerite Kirby has been very sick for the past J. M. Mink. R. H. Bloomer, J. Hottentots'" written by our local of cakes and brick ice cream. spent Sunday with their' grandaitist and playwright, John Lair The Seniors always look forward mother, Mrs. Frank Kirby,. few days. W. Marler, R. B. Ballinger. This-.lan adaptation of the play to this annual event which must Mrs. B. J. Bethurum is with Panel No. 2 J. J. Adams, written by htm especially for a be provided by the Junior Class. Mrs. Robert Fletcher was in"Mt. relatives here during the time Joe Blackburn; W A. McKenzie, Vernon Thursday having de'ntal High School in Washington, and the Judge is holding court work done. Mrs. Clara Carmical Raymond Dowell. E. L. which was produced last year Closing out sale at Drummonds' and sons, Raleigh and Hughie, '' year old Sallie, the twelve H. K. Mullins, Logan; with signal success. One of the stores still going on. spent .Sunday with Mrs. John daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Arnold, J.W. Baker, W. F. Anwill be the and broke derson, W... M, Meadows, Z. T. features of our play Fletcher. There is a great deal Levisay, fell yesterday WAR KISK INSURANCE. part which the author takes in '' Hansel and Wesley Abney. of talk aUout the reunion which her arm. the caste. This community is Government insurance on lives is to take place- at Level Green, Clyde Baker, who has had six The following cases have been aware of the former success of of soldiers and sailors will be June the 26th. It will be a day in France, ar tried: Charley Lear, breach of Mr., Lair as a playwright and months service gamble with your seleccontinued in effect automatically of great pleasure to all that will WilfcSnmled rived home yesterday with bis ;midsVSnd also in for one month after the end of tion of Spring Clothes. have the opportunity to attend, discharge. for furnishing .liquor to a minor the army. ,. the month in which a man is for T. B. Lair is reported very acquitted; Le'slie Allen, beating' Admission, ' adults 25 cents, discharged from service, even, if and especially to the writer, Come to us and be sure of is where we spent twenty sick. He has been unconscious board bill fined $2o; P. M. Conder children u.nder 12, 15 cents. the man does not pay his prem- it life. and it is feared that his trouble, and GorgVJGsner Or SKte&l Reserved seats at Davis' drug iums, Henry D. Lindsley, Direc- three years of our past Homer Carmical spent which has been malaria, will coia cnecK" 'auquuiea;- - jr tr. stored tor of the War Risk Insurance Master Sunday with his cousin, Roy Bostic assault $60; Herbert Ciess run into pneumonia. Officers of the Dixie Highway Bureau, announced today. After Cummins, at Mt. Vernon. Mr. and. Mr!. John R. Farmer, charged with shooting Green Association will make an inspec- that time the policy is considof Indianapolis, Ind., were with Cress acquitted; Herbert Cress, tion trip over the road between ered to have lapsed and will be American women are to play Mr. and Mrs; S. F. Bowman breach of the peace, $5; Willie Lexington and Knoxville, start- lost unless application for rein an important part in the presi last week. They will return Coffey giving liquor to minor $50; ing from Lexington Sunday, statement has been made. A dential election in 1020. The this afternoon from McKee for Tobe Bussell for tearing down May 11. President M.M. Allison, lapsed policy will be reinstated if stage is being set tor them now a few day longer Lwlth Mr. and and carrying away fair ground of Chattanooga, with Directors application is made within six by the steering committees havMrs. Bowman before returning lumber and fence, fined $15; Mrs. Thomas Taggart, of French Lick, months. Another new ruling of ing the "Woman Suffrage Bill in to their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Chappel, breach of the Carl G. Fisher, of Indianapolis, the bureau is that physical disa- charge in both Senate and House. Farmer were married in January peace, fined $5; LeADlft and A. F. Sanford, of Knoxville, bility of a discharged soldier will Reports are coming in to' the The case against Boyd Kelly, will compose the official party be recognized after his discharge, committees from woman suffrage made but no announcement was THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANKS charged with murder, which case until a. few weeks ago. and all good road boosters are even thongh records show he organizations in all states advisMisses Stewart. Sprowle and was brought to this county from invited to join them and make was sound on leaving the ser- ing, that they are successful in Aultman, Misses Marion Kincaid, Harlan County on change of this inspection trip. The people vice. Many men, anxious to be lining up the majority of ConJulia Landrum, Bird Jones, Dixie venue has engaged the attention are anxious to rush the uncom discharged, claim to be sound gress who have been home on Gross, Ruby Cooper, Lucille of the court since Wednesday. pleted portion of the Dixie High- physically, though tbey may vacation between, sessions, also sevenly-fiv- e people way Albright; Ruth Mullins and Mr. More than from Lexington to Knoxville partially be disabled and later telling that the new members SUGfrom Harlan are here, many as so this route can be used this develop ailments which entitle who will take their seats for the Arthur Cooper go to Winches- ter today, as ..delegates from the witnesses and some who came as summer, and tnis inspection them to free 'treatment in" Gov- first time when the extra session begins, have not been Senior and Junior Christian En- friends of the' defendant and party will endeavor to sped up ernment hospitals.' the "prosecution. A half the work. It is probable that Presby- - some-fomitted in their campaign. It deavor societies of the " and look more neatly dressed in our looks as if the Woman Suffrage terian and Christian churches dozen or more attorneys from this party may reach Mt. Verthe Harlan bar are defending in- non Sunday and spend the night EEADY MADE GARMENTS Amendment will become acer to attend the State Convention I Bowling tainty. within the next few which meets, in that city tonight cluding J. Tucker Citizans along the way here. Compare these prices with the cost of material and For Infants and Children over until Sunday Attys. C. C. Williams and L. W welcome these men who are and holds months expense of making: for the defense. trying to push the good thing In Use For Over 30 Years night. Other delegates who will Bethurum Always bears Silk Skirts, fashionable lines g go tomorrow are: Misses Martha B. B. Golden, of 'Barboursville, along. jff FOR FLETCHER'S Albripht. Louise and Atty. Brock, of Harlan are TCanier. Dorothv and well made Judge Flippin in, the Mattresses at cost at Drum-mon- d Signature of Landrum, Martha Middleton,'ind)assistin s store. prosecution. The two menf who Mr. Julia Miller. Skirts in Pique -Kelly is- - charged with having Report of Walter 7D. 'Hines, 1 n .. and Gaberdine killed, were miners.. and were Director General of the Federal Zj ,irc55r 3 Shoes at cost at Drummond's the leaderaan a Railroad Administration, for the Embroidered Voil 1.50 on in the Harlan coal fields where first three months of 1919, shows store. ' SilkWaists 3.00 the killing occurred, and for that an increasing loss. Mr. Hines, Time to paint right now. Get is while admitting the urgency of reason the Union of miners Georgette Waists 4.00 your paint ut Drummond's store. active in the prosecution. Kelly the situation, blames the low Bungalow Aprons Wanted: Oliver typewriter was a deputy sheriff and had revenue on poor business 1.25 DOES AWAY WITH HARDRALL, and typewriter desk. See, write "gone to arrest the two men who USING SOFT FELT 'PAD INSTEAD "he" points out are House Dresses 1.25 or phone W; IT. Fish, Mt. Ver were killed. - Judge Hall, ex- - still on awhich basfs. Rates canwar & i.so non Ky, Boys' Suits, ., circuit Judge and one of the lead- - not or-- should jiot be increased A truss invented and patented by H, N, Witt, and Tiier vocaUand- instrumeritalJ ing citizens of Harlan county to- further, he asserts. manufactured Jjy H, N, Witt Truss Company, Inc;, Inviting Your Inspection, music pupils' of Miss Aultman gether with several other leading at Morri8town, Tenn. Langdon. business men, are here in the in will giyef a. recital;-iWanted: Men or --"women to Pop Man, Woman and Children . School Chapel Wednesday night terest 6f the defendant. ':The take orders among friends and neighbors for the genuine guarMay 14th, .at 8:00 o'clock. jury selected to try the case is Don't Fail To Call and Examine It anteed hosiery, full line for men, as follows. NOW ON SALE AT FOR SALE. women and children. ' Eliminates MM W. H. Bullock, K" - McKinney darning. We pay 50c an hour 'Turkey , eggs, .at $1.50 per ;'.. H. K. 'Mullins, Wesley Abney, spare timfl or $24 a week for full 1 dozen, Call; phone l W. B. Poteet, R. B. 'Ballinger timer' Experience unnecessary. LIVINGSTON. KY, ? Mrs. Chas. Lovbix, Write, International Stocking We ! " Burr, KjS . . A, ,M,t.-- Winkler, Sam Roberts, Mijl, N orris town, Pa. ii ' Rumey Shepherd, Joe Blackburn, Uncle James Head, a highly C. H. York, and R. L. Langford. respected citizen, of the Hansford a " a section of this county, died at Misses Ruby Cooper and Hazel his home- - Sunday from heart Green and Juilan Miller were dt trouble?. ;He--' leaves a wife; and baptized Wednesday afternoon Corner of Main and Williams Streets, Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Charley Cheek by Rev. H. T. Young in Renfro one dathvter,-"Mrs'Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. FOtT WILL FIND ME. There was .not any better citizen Creek near the bridge. The Including day, the occasion, the foliage, than Uncle Jim. I have bought the stock of T. N Noe and & ' in the same building so long occupied , - the beautiful clear stream and FOR sale: and in fact everything that is everything connected therewith" by Mr. Noe. ' Poultry 1arin, 12' acres with added' to the impressiveness of kept in an up to date Grocery x good buildings. 2 miles from the occasion. Of the little band WE ALSO HAV2 A GOOD LINE OF COME AN D SEE ME ' JOc .Navy Beans Vernon; 3)4 "miles from Brod of faithful followers, who gather, Mt Men's and Boys' head on. pike. Colored Beans 61 c -ed around the waters edge on PRICES O-DAY ODD PANTS, WORK SHIRTS AND HATS J. L. NtcELgy that occasion, all agree that they " from a genuine Panama down to the lowest Lard 4O5: S. Alabama St. " never before witnessed an occat priced Work Hat. All these goods are sold at a Indianapolis, Ind. live and let live price. sion of the kind more beautif pi. Pilgrim. Coftee is going Compound' Lkrd cts ;35SSHbBTT. P. S. When you come in,you cant fail to see our i higher $6i, ' Children's Dresses $1.50 value 5C to 1 0C COUNTER, which is brim full Bacon cts 160 m.eyielfrrjdLoau. but up $1 at Drummond's store. of bargains for every housekeeper. Look for 40 ;ent Coffee by .Dried Apricots ?; -to dateiWyyi aboutT4i,ooo is jo Jtily 1st. ANfED,' sight arid .it3ooks TeryninchJiki Carpenters, Boat Builders, Evaporated Peaches -25 cts Cost the countjeiegoingio finish about Joiners, Cabinet Makers, Mil- Buy Good Coffee On cts $20,000 t tne bad. This is the lwrights, Tinsmiths, Plumbers, first time Racfeeastle has fallen Pipefitters and Painters' for work Corn, limit amount, $2.pet;fau short in any of the drives, but on high class "yachts and' phono maay who have helped in former graph cabiaets.' Stdy workJ drives, says the war is over and iwiu olinno mt.Kat vauiimij, l:V.4oanlfa Jigui ".. uuia ;u : si : : i . i; that tney.are acme, tne result and The Matthews F8K FLETCNCrS FOU FLETCHER' Succe3S0E"tdjT..N Noe. JjockcaU-stand- s -a m bov dated, compasy, Tort. CJinton, Ohio. At,- Mt. Vernon Signal - ., - afe tatefcMiia . as COEMENCEMET astfBffcwMwgaBiiaMWii riTMnHtBr MMM CIRCUIT COURT. HOPEWELL ifmrm ri rj J. - mr V 79 t" 79 Ta-bith- a hwlHho - ' 4 J.-R? -- - -- s Skid-mor- e, of style we have a line direct to our store. Every line of our goods comes right from style head- STYLE From the fountain-heaDon't 1 ii - quarters. .Quality ur -- " and style -- 1 $ f SOHH 3 r v -- " or THOUGHTFUL BUYING GESTS THAT YOU CAN SAVE MONEY, TIME AND LABOR CASTOR A are-als- o Children Cry CajffcMQ CASTORI A $450 -- :- Wash -- strike-which.wa- s 5 WITT TRUSS The Only Truss that Holds and Don't Hurt Waists 275 condi-dition- s, Wash 51-2- 5 -- n JOHN ROBINS -- Bedhead T- of-writ- e WEBB'S DRUG STORE llttlXllllttillbfllllttllltviStltllttffil!!! r .. - -- -- a . iffioi'S CASH 25cperlb CORNER STORE will-conti- nue ijiGSOCBBIES MEAT, MEAL LARD, FLOUR I Carry a Pull Line of -- -T- ON A FEW OVERALLS "ARTICLES r:- - 1 Rockcasttef-ihadaquotao- r 30 30 25cts 25 It Now At - Drummond's - - CUMMINS J. B. West Main Street Cry I , ' - steam-heated- LI VI NGSTON a litis mi n JiJiiiiiiJiiJiiiiiisiiiJii w W.BvSIGMO tPISKSmS' r i Children Cry It k v i f 'M - .' t. i J1 T sffg? l. . ckSTORIil GASTOR14 - ' - -- r i- X L V f..- - ' . v-r- - 2 .':- m. ?fr .yTgPiwiwiawiwp,wwii!ilii i - i. . . . VT3mE3"WMkU. itrvu r aaaaaBaf aT " CW'1-- - ' .S it . i:Lr iuma.vl;5giRWiam' .T:T J'Ti ir- 3k.T aw""! TWW- - f"-5- ' ttmrmmr .K.H1. VlHBHBABf .'a- Ci "T eTJ- -, 3 ,. c. , -- . -- - aLv'jam rT'n J - .jwi . a &. - m j. twi aJ ii fc. " - ? - PST" '.! - l T- -. V r . A, N . t TTATWI'SwflMK--&jef- - .. -. ' . t " -r j.. - ; s " a v- - - -- r- : -- vt -- ..J,.-: .?',-''- - 'v' -- ..;. " - ' - ;i - ' - ' '. ---. ?&' :-:- ' -- 4fc .J ' -- S&S& u, ' -- r TL. Children Cry for Fletcher's PRESS-OF - SEEMS CERTAIN STATE PRAISES 'YOUNG WINCH ESTER' CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. XjHtaXaaKjJIKKg -- LKKmLD The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of "V' M AmefieauS Wer&'using the French ,iuns lo Benny, only one mile d the jront line trenches. We were ahead, of the Yanks artillery every nighty They would not let us go up there during the day and lots of nights we would bave to fill our little engine full of coal and ruu to a bole in the ground dugout and often we returned to our train to find the track blown up in front of us or nay be one or tw.o cars blown, up be-oin- iBMnB Just Received Another Shipment of H ."' and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. &Cti4v Uow no one to deceive you in this. 'WV W are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d" They usually shelled about 3o ; Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age 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. What is CASTORIA ft '.vRaflSHVilHiiiv GENUINE CASTORIA FBears ALWAYS the Signature of VS Jt Vi & In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. B t t t tocxTss:Ea sxsH 3- I . . Produce Eggs Poultry, Hides Furs,Kinds of Country Feathers And All - WE WANT YOUR That R. C. Oldbam'g candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor has been favorably received there Is no doubt. His campaign has. been conducted In a progressive spirit and a determination to win. His friends have formed an It. C. Oldham lub to further his interests. The state press comments very favorably upon his candidacy. "Col. Oldham is one of the most active young Democrats in the Slate. During many campaigns he has always been in the very heat of thf contest in the interest of the Democratic nominees. It is our policy to refrain from committing ourselves In e primary elections, but it is our to support Col. Oldham through-tu- t this campaign, believing that this sturdy young Democrat, if chosen, ill fulfill every pledge in his platoon and serve the constituency with ionor and credit" Daily Democrat "Oldham is a young man of ster-in- g qualities and will do his duty as pur-ios- V5 &' s Phone CASH 92 WILU PAY w R. u Produce Gott&Co MT. VERNON, KY. xzx servant We would like to ee him elected to this office for we oelleve that he will serve the people it the state In a way that will cause no regret for having given him this honor." Ewing Enquirer. "The Journal of Labor 'can not fall 'o support a man who openly declares for such principles. We ask 10 favors of Mr. Oldham, but wish he .vere a candidate for Governor. Be s a clean, honest and able young man, who is conducting a remarkable campaign As he says, 'He has his off hands in his own pockets not the tax- them with their leggings torn payers.' There is no question but that and some with their pants all Mr. Oldham will receive the votes of torn; dirty; tired and worn out lie of Kentucky. Here's They had. been in the trenches to you, Oldham; we believe that your principles will not only make you Lieu-nar- .t forty days so you can imagine Governor, but carry you to. the how they felu We were in one overnor's chair." Journal of Labor. gas attack. We were at the from "Oldham has shown himself to be conscientious in the discharge of re- with a train of rations, and Fritz sponsibilities that devolved upon him, shot some gas in that section fed blooded, patriotic and unswerving It was not so strong back where in, integrity. He Is above narrow, factional policies and holds a public of- we were but we had to wear fice far above a salaried consideraour gas masks about thirty mintion. This brilliant young Democrat utes as we were passing through Is offering his services to the people a hollow where the gas had setin the prime of vigorous young manhood and if elected to the high office tled obout one mile behind the people whose appreciahe seeks-thlines. is pretty hard to run tion of his ability and worth have placed him there will find In him a "an engine with a gas mask aver faithful, able and upright official, actu- your face but believe me 1 did ated by a love for their welfareand not lose any time getting out of the glory of the State." The Keni public wage-earners e minutes and lhen changed the range which just suited us for we sure did our work in a hurry add got backtrom the lines as quickly as possible I went in the trenches one day in a motor-cycl- e with a bby I knew a Dis patch rider and saw some boys of the 90th "Division In action; They were sure giving 'the Dutch all theyad.. I had thapleasure of shooting nine 75' shells at the Huns. I hid in the car with a blanket over me and got by the military police, I saw a lot more that day than I had ever imagined. No one has tny idea of what these Yanks went through with unless he had seen some of it. mere were eleven crews 01 us R. B. men called one afternoon at 3 o'clock to go to Bernecouft, get six cars of "Personal" each and take them to Essay and wait there and bring back six cars of "Personal ' (.troops). Tfiis was the worst night I ever saw on the front. We delivered the troops up there at nine o'clock, they had to hike i'to the trenches and the troops relieved hike back to she cat's an'd old Fritz spied them exchanging troops and' began to shell that country. There were a number of men lost in the exWe were obliged to change. leave our trains for one hour and forty minutes when the Germans ceased fire. ' I will say that in all my life I never saw a bunch of men look worse than the ones we brought from the front ome of " FEE D your order with any-i- n thing the Feed line. Our goods are right and the price-i- right Pay u s a Cal s ape prepared to fill 1 J F Griffin I THE FEED MAN Phone51 high standard this bank set for itself in the conduct of its business is a protection to its depositors in every emergency and' under all circumstances, The spirit of this institution is one of helpfulness We should like to number you amoung our patrons PEOPLES BANK THE It tucky Knight that hollow. This Country! Ft Stop T and Think first move in a winning battle of life Is made when saving begins. It will educate you financially by developing: that will insure success, comfort and happiness. Every deposit made with us is a step toward Independence. Start an account with us today and stick to tt. , . s traits Journal. The Oldham Club is doing some very effective work for their candi date Independent of his campaign. They say "The club Is formed to make absolutely certain the deserved success of our friend, and candidate. We KNOW Oldham and want the people of Kentucky to KNOW him as we do. In laying the corner stone of his. political career he said, 'I believe a public officer la only a servant of tae people' and we know he mean Jt,? "Col. Oldham is a progressive Democrat and progressive citizen and a successful lawyer. If nominated and elected we believe he would glvo a progressive administration and one that would prove creditable alike to himself and to the party." interior J. B. PIKE IN FRANCE. Menil La Tour, France. Co. N. 6thBn22. Eng.. April 23, 1919. Bank of Mt. Vernon Dry Cleaning and Dyeing DRAPERIES, FURS, Dear Dad and Mamma: How are you all by now? I am well and feeling, fine. am still running an engine and have a boy from old Ky., firing for me, so we pass the time away I very well. Our subject most of the time is of home, sweet borne, how we woqld like to be there ? is gague Rail" CLOTHING, ETC etc.. This area narrowI don't have road we on. any idea when we will get home: Send Via Parcel Post rock ior the the highway -LOUISVILLE, K 617 FOURTH AVE. of tfiis country. The rumor ft that; the Prench are going to Known all over America take.tfie1 Rtjjver very soon but onejikn'ows nothings until it m skpf$Hfl$in- - the army. I was MAT VAIID jt A1.-1y undersell firt'ix weeks October and November We wet, KIDNEYS ' Kldaer disease ! so rMpcter of per dUly. The sbotilnr. heallngoll im4 at Raymocks. France Jhen, and eons. A majority of the Ills .afflicting ulatec the kldmar.TeWevesiMiftasiBMk-- r. We KacLorders ioVmove into the people today caa be traced back to Uoss and destroys "tho germs has been raining for a month, every day and it is not warm either. I was on a fifteen days vacation just recently.' I,was in the Old Elks Mountains in Italy and on the Mediterranean sea in Southern France. That is a love ly country. I certainly did enjoy my vacation and saw lots of Interesting scenery. I have also V! been in Germany. The 21st En gineers relieved us on the B. B for a month and we salvaged ABOUT RHEUMATISM. steel, narrow gague R. B steel. We were on the old 1870 battle People are learning that it is field in Alsace Lorraine. We only a waste of .time and money were the only' troops in there to take medicineinternally for and the people were very nice to chronic and muscular rheumatism us. But we are now back here and about ninety-nin- e out of a it looks hundred cases are one or the at Menil La Toor and like we ate i here for some time other of these varieties. All but I certainly hope we start that is really necessary to afford for the good old TJ. S.A., very relief is to apply Chamberlain's soon. Well, dad and 'niother; Liniment freely. Try it. It don't worry any about 'me for I costs bqt 35 cents per bottle. am alright and maybe it won't be Large size fio cents. ri ' m can call Uncle Ben long until-yoFor Sale. White Wyandotte Yadon down to the house and I. eggs, setting i.s for $1.00. can tell you all about France, and Mks. Gds Staverson, some about Italy 'and some about Mt. Verhon, Ky. England and a little about Ger- Apr. 18- -4 t. many. Well, I had better close as it Is about time for ho'w" . u , It MMalaaWBaW amaWaWaaiasaal HMHt3aMrt Paint-Witho- ut V Mystery SWISS CLEANERS ANDsDYjSRfSS " r- - and that is a. soldiers delight. Tell all the folks hello and to write to me. ' Your son, v jAfcflSjBfPxift:' : Buy paint that you know is good paint that thiere'i no myitery about. On the bck of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint youll find the exact formula of Thrii you take nothing foe granted in buying Green Seal. Ittelkyou just what goes to make up ita its-contents. 1 ISI .w -- DfcMYOlJRBEST, if RRLLrBBBVflaMBtlSSBW j iaiaihlxnpnfer. is 'the, good-wearin- ITC Everyone fthou.ldrdp to provide iiui ivua nciivi IT'S kidney trouble. The kidneys are the saoat Important tfrgaas of the body. They .are the fllterera, the purifiers, or your blood. Kidney disease 'is usually indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency. '.backache, stomach trouble, pain in loins and lower abdomen, gall stones, gravel, rheumatism," sciatica, and lumbago. All these derangements are nature' signals to warn you that the kidneys need- - help. Yeu should Hse - GOLD HBDAXj Haarlem Oil Capsules lmros- - yourself, continue to ..take no orsto eapsules each day, so : as tokRiso fcaj first-clacoa44tioB fAmwa." ML"Vttir danger of other attasks. Ask for the orirtnallmport'QQjLb . fcvMwJy- MEDAL brand. funded if thor,WlMt'K4ryoRV43'' so i 01 ordtr --to l(Ssl. lilft! pi4Htr;.'lrft. to1L:wP idea.) his pbaical.syptem, iktke feg$, jdivkle p r flap. Willi hold ? eight YOUR ". '" t . V t?.?r are larger. canditlon possible. Moone.canuqts; so f Na i ATkaiis rMnts sr madespKlcittea a reasonabfr L u . . caMTaa. TX'&zH(ii . . s,. .hare, caused lt..'Io0 sralt ulitil tonan stc;tqKosMur kd costitae GovlramcBf $125.00 each.4morrow. Go to your wggUt teday aad froritIihe. whenvthe' armisti.e when be is . never Maay offtbeoa insist oa GOLD rjKDAJ Haarlem gOU, , i was. on an am- - of the Jim I1j6?jti$&m 'bar artsf ?$a.00 ave Iff i Mbeen useaV Capsules. In twokty-fohouralyeu ' tks laC is should feel health, aad ,vigor etunMr munitioa traia oia&tothe&nt ptted, bitoCorl.trolWLKT -.T . .1 will less the day you tarst hoard aad TT wnen w&KoppesHKgpr.OBnt iaxtiZefttKHl-.arof GOLD MEDAD Haarlem Oil. t .DaCKIfe QI uuu .Vi'.nnjiB. uiRip mn jgxym. s" you" After you swroi . .army-renia-- n w i 'lfaJSffffi AMUW.9arge.BiBerat rJTi kafi Just do .this he. muatfkt). tot .tomcat, 7i- .jhcaii g, good-looki- ng 'Govern mam paiat that, I Try it. t b. - a iW2itW I i- Sold by I - jHuT-signe- d. ur W;B. Sw mo n i - - 1 3 feeltfaat hare Jts Y.'r'5:l, watched l,.ttie PHpbtooJtes coaW up and hearlwrtacariiie gpns quit- - popping and the :oan and yoa .willR.-.l-- eg aTrtiHi M et e j KY. - ''J ' m RSiaRaaaaV aaatlmatBa 4 1 ?" -- r- ik!?2; ' -- - ' -- .vires ; TTT-- ing French -&-.: No. 75 r. .? i wttra-Liuuit-, ; - V-- T right aadableto, work.. h- feeling iK doAilidayJ lr u vs" am.n Tiinmwirn u vmwir, -- ;'K1 " i . aw r."VJL . H i aati' " aaaaataa RasaatV aw aalaaaRaaaaaaallaaa,aWaatatBRlBamaaRaa i -- alwUs.-the Tf 9? r 1 .; r- 2HtmT?- -.& ii?.r 1tii . r f j?i f rBZ2Zl 4aaRVaBBaHaalawBBl - '?& PB wmimimwuimwmB AdyertfS m Signal 4 aati . I 3' "V , ' j- - f Vi