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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE erniw COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, ticularly interested in these things, but I am sure the farmers will be No doubt the censor often wondered last year why I was writing to one man about so many different kinds of things, but as I was not supposed to write for publication, ,1 could not let the impression get into my letters that I was really writing to Rockcastle County, Kentucky. My work in Germany has been so varied for the past four months that it would take to long to tell you about it. For the first two months I was attached to the 314th Ammunition train; They were scattered in eight different villages and my job was to furnish them sup plies, papers, magazines, equip their recreatiou halls, which we had in each town, assist in providing, entertainments etc For the last two months I have been a general field secretary for the 89th division. This 'means doing a little of everything. In fact for the last few days, I have been driving what we call the "paper . wagon", which is a Ford It meets the Paris train at Treves, about twenty, miles from here and from there delivers the daily papers to the division. We received for this division from five to seven thousand daily papers, which are delivered to the men free of charge. It might -- VOLUME XXXII MAY 16 IB' 1919 al a"hd al ESTABLISHFD J887- - NUMBER 34 we were E. R. GENTRY , DO YOU LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS? interest you to know that there until this thing is wound up and are three papers published in while I am not a statesman, if I Paris in English, New York Herald, Chicago Tribune, and London Daily Mail. It might al- Mountain Summer School With Chautauqua Features Writes From Germany Bttburg, Germany, April 23, 19 19. BEREA COLLEGE, BEREA KY. June 6 to July I J and July J 1 to August 1 5 Pleasure and profit for aspiring teachers, business men, farmers, discharged soldiers, house keepers Christian workers. ''Something good for every comerJ" 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 a start "cheaper than staying at homo," Address the Secretary, Marshall E. Vaughn. non-sectarian, Mr. E. S. Albright, Mtf Vernon, Ky. Dear Edgar: It has been almost " four months since, I wrote, you but I can hardly believe tnifcl have been in Germany that long. We have had a pretty bad winter hare, although not cold. extremely Berea, Kentucky. Livingston as usual went over the top in the 5th Victory Loan, three times our quota and our deposits still growing First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. Capital Deposits - $15,00.0.00 56,00000 Spring seems to be late as we hav.e only recently had snow. Farmers are getting busy and there must be a great deal more being done than there has been since the war began, as, the men are back home. I see acre after acre of land being turntd this Spring which has evidently not been cultivated for three or four years, being mostly in grass While the men are back home, the woman all work in the fields, and children of all sizes. I cannot see where we got our idea of German efficiency. I have been all over this side of the Rhine, occupied by the Americanarmy and I fail to see any evidence "of it. In fact I have never seen suck a waste of labor. You never see a man plowing without another man driving for him, or perhaps a woman. The work is mostly done with cattle and when 1 say cattle I meau cons, because it is quite as common to see them doing all kinds ot work with cows as it is the other sex. In fact they mix them up every way. The other day I saw a team plowing which consisted of a mule hitched up beside a jersey cow and an old poor horse 29 front. Their large towns look very well, but the snuller villages, say from one thousand people down are the dirtiest places I have ever seen. Practically all the farmers Jive in these villages. They build their houses and barns altogether, the entrance to the barn being right along sida the front entrance to so interest some who are coming home criticising the Y. M. C. A., to know .that more than seventy thousand of these papers are delivered to the Army of Occupation alone every day charge, besides and without more than fifty thousand maga zmes per month. This trip have been making delivering papers covers more than seventy J five miles andby the time I make these deliveries and in the mean time change tires three or four times and do errands for a dozen or so people, you have a pretty fair days work The man who does this work, however, is back now and taken over bis job, for which I am thankful. My real job is or rather has been the supervision and furnishing sup plies to canteen in certain terri- tory. Right now we are winding up the business in this division, which is scheduled to go home driving to Lexington staying all day, coming back am any judge, we are passing in the night, just to see a few right now through the most crit-c- companies of National Guard stage of the worlds history. parade, while "there I stood in After we really got into the war, one of the most historic parts nobody tad a doubt as to who of the world, almost in view of a would win, but the birth of this Roman amphitheater, where gladnew era in world politics is some iators had ensaeed in mortal thing I like to watch at close' combat and where the Roman range and therefore I am hang- -' hordes had watched the wild ing on here for awhile. Also to beasts tear hundreds of helpless be frank there is a chance for prisoners to pieces, and watched Mrs. Gentry to come over in Y. one of America's greatest fightM. C. A. work and if she could, ing divisions leviewed by the I would notrmind staying for American Commander in Chief several months if needed and in the enemy's country. Truly there is such a scramble to get we have little idea of what is in home among everybody, that store for us. We are living in there will be nobody left soon. such a wonderful age that we General Pershing accompani- ought to be thankful for being ed by Secretary of War, Baker, alive anywhere. and other notables gave the 89th It will likely interest the f cami-onette- leaving here next week. We all expect to be out of here by the 5th of May. Many of the Y. people are going home with the division, but I am going to Cob-lentto be reassigned for awhile. Of course I am as homesick as anybody, but some way I have a hankering to stay over here z division their final inspection at Treves (called Trier by the Germans') today. I should like to tell you a lot about this ancient Roman city and the oldest city in Germany. The inspection and review was held on the great German aviation field about one mile from town. It was wonderful sight to see those .twenty-fiv- e thousand veterans of the 89th division, with all or mid-wetheir equipment pass in review. I could not help thinking as I watched them of how things had changed in the last two years. I thought of the time st Rockcastle to know that several Masonic Clubs have been organized here in Germany. In this division, which by the way is one of the finest bunches of men, physically and otherwise. I have ever seen, we have a club of more than a thousand members and have been meeting weekly for several weeks in a large German hall here in Bitburg. The Club did me the honor to make me of which I am very proud and of course Mr. Brown will say that is why I put this paragraph in (Continued on last page) Masons in Vice-Preside- nt BOONS WAY p era, House FRIDAY, 23rd MAY ? OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH. US their house. Where I billeted WANTED No. 1 Walnut Logs 18 inche and up and 23 inches and up. 8 feet and up, long. Quote prices and name quantities to C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. ImmmtTftmtmi Louisville, Ky. CORNER STORE I Corner of Main and Williams Streets, you WILL FIND ME. have bought the stock of T. N Noe and will con tinue in the same building so long occupied by Mr. Noe. . COME Ah TO-DA- Y D SEE ME ON A FEW ARTICLES Compound Lard 30cts iBacon 30cts Dried Apricots 25cts Evaporated Peaches -25cts Good Coffee 25cts Corn, limit amount,- $2.perbu PRICES - W.B.SIGMON Successor toT. N, Noe.. v this winter in Badem, there was only a wall between my room and the stock in the barn. In this same town the Burgomaster, who is the big man of the town, has a door opening from the main hall of his dwelling into his barn. The toilets are built in front of the houses instead of the back and the refuse from the barns is placed in a place especially prepared in front of the houses and barns. This place consists of an enclosure of stone about, two feet bigh under which is a large pie into which the manure drains This pit is reached by a large pump and in the spring this drainage is pumped out and hauled to their farm's in large tanks made for the purpose. Can you imagine the kind of odor which is around one of the towns during these spring months ? Now to prove to you that I am not lying about this, I'Jam enclosing you a, picture of ray billet at Badem, where I spent two months tais winter. At your left "you will see the toilet and at your right the entrance to the barn, my room being right next to Ithe barn. In front you see- the indispensable manure "pile". How they keep from dying in summer time is more than I can understand The Major commanding this town got mad awhile back and made all of them go to the woods and. get evergreens and cover all the manure piles which account for the appearance of this one. Their farm machinery is moitly of the crudest type. Occasionally you- - see a horse power T threshing- machine, but mosi of the grain is threshed with a flail, which surprised me very much, in fact for sometime X did .not know, what the 1 hump, thump, thump - in the barns meakt, as J passed by. tell you it all Makes' me feel more than ey.er that we have the greatest country on earth and that even in old Rockcastle we are pretty welilxed. :You nay not be par--- MABEL NORM AN H Si" T D MirvcvM V V " IN I 1 1 I 1 V k IM mk I H I H la MICKEY YOU WILL SEE MABgfe WOMJUO, k V .M A U JU7am i77 mICKey Guaranteed to piease au Tastes MABEL NORMAND At Her Very 'Best An gf u If someone- asked you, what - sort of a picture would please everybody, wouldn't your answer be a Film that combined "CHE evtals-- O . Cast A Wonderful Horse Race A Thrilling Auto Wreck Two Powe'rful Men m a uruat rigut a nA itrA-vk- 9 tktM taTrHw .v ly daMrved Hckbf-l- mt . 0't fet it, &4 rIm : j vT:" .9mfrVu K&mBBtB?? iKAciwugauu amusiug, u A " in,:ii &fJ?PdMtxP:.m?u yM wm -- , PATHOS, HUMOR, TENSE DRAMAMA'TIC ACTION THRILLL and A LOT OF LIVELY COMEDY all so blended as to make a story that runs smoothly upholds the intereft and has been well prodnced ? ing Scenes w 'jr t, TAKE A WISE TIP!,,. . . fI f' MtCKtV1' f-- ' .2, wj -- tf. rrL. 71 l l Well-ThatV'JW- CKEY" w r . vw.- - . . . 'I Comfe;Pregarpd to .ve' LOVE, SORROW, AND TRRILES ,C3W v - 4. M ."MICKEY? I an; Unusual Picture Combining 'i, .f ,'r l - t T a'ars, " -- h' : y- . i- - fz-'-- HyrfCf i.3w. - fi. .? fc '.a 4 '- is . :.. -. CJ J- ?V It V C jjSJISZ fiffi-iYMtgr- r 1 11 riiTi firiitfBrti&iittfcaAfeMi 5 Mt. Vernon ?:gnal tit this time to be very, very ser days visit with her parents, Mr Mrsl fJ. H. Walton. Mrs. J. ious an I one which needs immed-!anL. Hughes has returned to Cor- iate attention. Fridav, May 16, L919 " bin after a ew dav with relatives Soon after the Civil War many, here luL r ee Webb was in Pubtisktd every Friday by small manufacturing plants made Mt Vernon Tuesday. Miss o EDGAR S. ALBRIGhT. a great advance io prosperity ly Eva-nSOrlando, was by introducing steam power A; here between trains Tuesday en 1.0 somewhat similar situation ex- - route to Mt. Vernon. -- Mrs. C. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ists today on the farms that are E.- - Rice and children, have reAdvertising rates tnaue known on expanding operations by use of turned home to Richmond after application tractors aud other new machi o a few days visit with her parents, The average f arm may' not 'be Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Amyx. able to inciease production s B'red Mullins, the Mullins Station MEMBKR OF KBNTUCK Y PRES S SSOCI ATtON much proporfonately as the lit merchant was here Tuesday 01 tie shop- gained when it put n business. We heard a few days steam. ,But it can share in de ago that he was thinking of buy velopment the aggregate of whirh ing property in our town and may be just as wonderful. And becoming a citizen. Here is hop the small farmer of the East ing that he may.--S- . E. Carter and other sections where condi is moving his family to Lebanon lions are" less favorable for ma Junction. W. A. Warren was in We are authorized to a 1 chinery, should be able to co op- Louisville Monday -- R. L. War W. T. SHORT as a candidate for State Senator in the erate with his ne'tghboas in some ren apd Charley Argenbright 17th Senatorial District, subject to the plan of joint ownership of machin-efrom overseas The action of the Republican party at its ar.d thus share in the advance both were- gassed and wounded, primary election on August 2," 1919. Ths Republican Convention, and they sure can tell you scme ANNOUNCEMENTS thing about German warfare.-ca'Ud, held and run by the G Carpenter is a member o We are authorized to announce Bosses of the st: te, was HON. E. BULLOCK pul e.l off at Lexington thts week. the Federal grand jury at London as a cadidate for Representative from There was .not a candidate named Ky Cecil Msxie, of Norton, has the Seventieth Legislative district, com returned home otter a few days posed of Rockcastle and Laurel coun who was not picked by the bosses d - -- . v i- ffrtum - ' S--- "' ,V - ' . . READ We arc convinced' that the "United States" tire is tbe.best tire made. That is the reason we sell them and that is the reason we ask you to buy them; - We sell only the genuine Ford parts, made by the Ford Motor Co. It is these parts which have made the Ford car thev best car in the word. Think twice before you accept a cheap substitute. . v r. haye-land- ed - - A an We have a complete line of Automobile accessories. ?.'' here. L. Hv ties, subject to the action of the Repub A cnwd '6f sub bosses from all visit with relatives were there and Davis is visiting rslatives at lican party at its primary election on over the state 1919. AugUbt2. every man selected knows exact Paint Lick. Miss Mattie Owens ly who put him on the ticket There will be no opposition in the August Primary to those named at the convention, because who a Republican would run against any fellow selected at Lexington by the bosses would meet with certain defeat. The Primary Election in which every Republican can vote for his choice is rendered a farce by the action of the convention. It remains to be seen whether or not the Republicans back home will support a ticket. picked that way. "A stitch in time saves nine." Bring us your car when yon find it wont run good. Don't try toieep on using it That is false economy. . r . 1 Orchard, Stanford, or some point between. If so, we ing his property and Thomas Parley and Wm. Clark have iall will cost you can take as cheap or even cheaper en in line, and beautifying their will leave our pleace each day. by rail. property with a new coat of paint Dr. R G. Webb has begun scraping and leveling the ground is the cheapest means of travel, the where his new garage will be erected and things are moving in Ford should have one is fhe way to haul. town in his own automobile. Livingston. We are a small town Country lite and agriculture Mrs. J. P. E. Drummoud has of these. have now become fashionable. returned from Asnville, where situated among the hills but f. watch us grow. , o'f wealth buys a farm she went for her health. The man Dr. as a plaything The chances are W. T. Amyx left Wednesday for Stat- - Christian Endeavor against his making money on it. Lexington to attend the Repub: Convention But he gets the diversion he came lican love feast. It .seems that for. And if he has public spirit everybody that ever attended Miss. Edith Phillips, of Wildie, he is a wonderful help to the the Level Green school when J. is a visitor at the home of Mr. rural community. N. Brown was the teacher, are and Mrs. Walter Miller. '"-jrv--Then there is the citv man going back to that beloved spot --.; C-f&m&i&toi3fri Last Friday a happy- - party left whose, health has been impaired June 26th to live their school Mt. Vernon by truck tor Wildie by indoor life. With his differ days over in one day. We wish enroute for the State C. E. Con ent experiences it is a hard, pro . to say to every one of. our old vention to be held at Winchester position to make a living. out ot school mates, get ready and May 9, 10, 1 1. A downpour of the land. But some men who meet us there and lets once rain failed to dampen the enthuswere fading away in the nervous again survey the place where a iasm of the delegates who sang life of towns, show a marvellous many happy day was spent. songs and gave the Mt. Vernon physical improvement. And if Major Bullock and D. K. Argen-brigh- t, yell all the way On the train CVR SS they are industrious and obsej two of our citizens are they were joined by delegates vant, their success often sur members of the present grand from Berea, Richmond and Lanprises the old timers. jury at Mt. Vernon Miss Ella caster all of whom seemed jealThe Knitting and sewing quotas Many pupils of agricultural Mae Blanford, who has been vis- ous of Mt. Vernon delegates huve been completed on time, and the colleges and school are boys iting relatives in Louisville for who attracted considerable at- shipment made of every article from cities and large towns. Ag- the past mouth came home Suntention even from the first by of OU know how you feel about the house you are renting; you riculture is being taught in city day. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kiu-ce- r their white canvas hats and Mt. that the ladies of this Chapter asked the Red, Cross have been schools Young people from the were in London Sunday. don't want to make any improvements, you don't fix things up Vernon badges. to make. No one could have done big towns have been attending Mrs. George Smith is visiting as nice as jou would if it were your own, but, when you are livingin The convention was a record-break- inore.than obey, every call, and we farm camps. Thus many city relatives in Corbin this week. your own home, it is so different. Every dollar you spend for in many ways, having teel that it- has been a pleasure as bred boys and girls are being J. B. Donally has returned home the largest attendance, the best well as a duty to do this work for every little comfort, makes life just that much more led to take an interest in rural after a few days with relatives speakers and the finest confer- our soldiers and sailois. Many of worth living, and you have more than a stack of rent receipts to show life and industry, and will even and friend, in Lexington and ences of any convention yet' held our workers have had letters of tually come to the country. ' for the money you have spent. Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs J. thanks and appreciation from the Some fear that farming will M. Cockrell, who were married in Kentucky. The Presbyterian Juniors of dough boys who receive! the garbecome too popular and be over in Paris, gy , last week, have tney had made. done. But when this country, to our town to make Mt. Vernon covered themselves ments which were with its smiling fertility and their future home. Mrs. Cock- wi'.h glory by not only winning Expressions of this kind more valued v vast expanse, has to import food rell. was "Miss Margaret Roberts, the state banner, but by being the more appreciated and by- - our workers than money from distant South America, it daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry first Society in the world to reach Let me help you to plan the kind of a home you have always trieir sersuggests that our resources are Roberts, of Paris, Ky. Mav all the standards set for Junior would have been for which includes .over Societies wanted. You have your own ideas about the comfort in a home, not half utilized. There are their path oe strewn with roses fifty rather- rigid requirements vices. ..'an4.no doubt you have often pictured in your mind just whore you ve naticed that the .wo marvellous tales of what peo- and thehdays be full of pleasure. This news was telegraphed We h ould put each room, how large you would have them, and all the ple have done on five or ten Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker Jr, to Boston and Miss Sprbwls &ud men who have 'done the Red Cross worn: have; alfbeen members of little intimate details which go towards making a place that you can acres of land, or even less,, by. visited relatives nea r "Wildre Sun her Juniors taken to the platform by the National Superintendent the organization, having paid heavy fertilization and intensive day. Farmers in this neck of really call ''home.'' The Intermediates also won their eiirrnempership dues, and mauy farming. the woods are very backward State banner and, are justly proud I can be of assistance in making it what you want, yet holding havf There are too many people in with their crops .on the account of it. The banner for the best ot them id addition to this down tne edst. And my services are free of cost. congested cities. More of them of so much rain. As for us. we district in the state was awarded contributed money in the drives, county in the country means better phy- haven't got our garden out yet to the ninth district, vhich in and the people of this So, three should appreciate more than ever sical condition, more community but our better half claims, we are cludes Mt. Vernon. came this way. bofcre the loyalty and patriotism spirit, , more kindly neighbourl- doing this on purpose. She says Mt. Vernon not' onl received o'f our women. This is one of HLD1NG t iness of the old type, more con- we are waiting to see if it is go much, but was able to contribute the strongest arguments that has tentment, more substantiaf intel- ing to be a good crop year before something to the convention in bvercome., to, our; notice .in favor ligence. we plant. Mns. J. M. Joure who that the delegates pledged over fifty dollars to carry on the state of. Woman Suffrage; for the wohas been quite sick for some work next year, sang alone when worked for the BUILD ANYTHING, ANYWHERE- Democrats will make no time is some better. Mrs R G called upon,, and had an impor- men who have The x Red. Cross have stood by their slate in selecting candidates. No Webb was called to Ravenna tant part in several of the conguns and have doneefticient serboss-ridde- n convention will they Saturday on account- - of the ill- ferences. Miss Aultman sang at in their line of war work hold. The people will choose for ness of her sister, Mrs,, Prestqu; the closing session, and Miss. vice Stewart presided ac the Interme jusfcthe: same as the boys who Judgo, B. J. Bethurum was 'themselves without any dictation Mrs. 7. A. Mullins,- - of Berea, diate Conference. went over the top. Temporary Chaircan of the con- from any boss and every candi- was here between trains Tuesday The appeal made at the closing ventioir. date in the Democratic Primary enroute home from Mt. Vernon session presenting the need-o- f The Republican convention Vwill have a square deal and a fair and reports her father, T. B. Christian workers at home and which met in Lexington, Wed-nedaThe United 'States will Jiave count. Lair some better. Mack Martin on the mission fields in the home nominated the following land and abroad was made. by, But the time has come when was Jin Lebanon Junction Wed the retiring President ot, the ticket tbeb voted for at the Aug another-- great pay . day . on May more candidates for offices below uesday on business. A fishing State Union, Rev. HomeTCarpen-ter-- , ust primafyiT For Gouernpri'fckl- - 15th when 78 million dollars in DOES AWAY .WITH HARD RALL, tbatof-Governo- r of Richmond. It was not L'win P. Mortpw, of Somerset? Liberty Bond interest will be should announce party composed or the following USING SOFT-FEL- T P.AD INSTEAD The people demand high class, left here Sundat: W-- B. . and without its effects Tandc many Lieateaant Governor, S. Thurs- paid to the American people. If young people pledgedtnemselves' r his clips honest and efficient officers; men Charley Rice, Moses Brady and to more earnest service for the ton lalIard,of Louis ville, Auditor ; every" A truss invented and patented by H, N, Witt, and excoupons . and interest y who wear no I oss' collar; men W. a. Shrock and others. We .Master. After the closing ses- John J. Craig.'of Obviagton, manufactured by H,N, Witt Truss Company, Inc., changes, them for May War Sav.who go to work with strong will report their catch when they sion the party wanded its way ot'S5ta.terFred A., Vaughn, ings Stamps at any Post Office at Morristown, Tenn. ftaunds, .clean hands and clear return. N. H Oliveris treating homeward with higher ideals of of Pikevilfe, .Treasurer; 3 as. Wal- or Bank, this will grow to 9$ - his property to a new coat of living and a new vision of service. cowBcience; men who can comlace, Irvine, Cterk of 'th Cort million dollars, on Jaauary rst, .For Man, Women and Children The Mt. Vernon respect of the indepen paint. Misses Grace- - and Lena were: Misses Stewart, delegates of'AppeiU;.ltfy.,B. Specif, Bowl- io2. Get vour share.. Everr miadithe Aultman, Don't Fail To Call and Examine It dent', voters of the state and who Owens visited relatives at Hazel Mullins, Sprowls, Julia Landrum, ing' Green, Attorneys Genfetal; $4 16M War Savings Stamps j NOW-OSALE AT t jvm come from the right location geo- Patch Sunday. Judge Mahlon Ruby Cooper, Marian Kincaid; Clbas, I. DjMuo , of PinevOk (Mr, wiji. grow tw fJ.W. dollars grti.wiBf Summers is slowly improving Martha Napier, Anna. McDowell, Dawson was one of the attorneys Democrats The graphically. Albright, v throughout the state must now after several days illnesS. Mrs. DorothyDixie Gross, Lucille AL in the Ketly trial), Commissioner bright, and Bird . LIVINGSTON. KY, 1. A. Mama, of Paris,, has r.9r :.; -ttlMMTS turn tkir. attention to this all J.ones - "and J uliah Milkr "and of. AcriMcTiv'WvC. Mmat -j . a ' important sabject, which looks turaed to her horse arf ter a few Arthur Cooper., fH"? Things have changed from the days when the comic papers printed those funny jokes an.1. pictures about the bushy whisk ered farmer, and when the coun try boy couldn't show his honest face on the city street without being called "Reuben". About now the authors of the aforesaid jokes are quite apt to be wonder ing where they cans get trusted for their next month's bill of farm products Meanwhile' 'Reuben", now an ambitious and ad vancine farmer, is riding into of.Maretburg, was here between trains Sunday enrout home from Berea. where she has been at tending school. J. T. Omary will in the near future move his family to Louisville. is, Oscar Ar- to go. We have good cars and good drivers and our rates are downright cheap. Leet us " -- tke you where you want r H repairing his propgenbright erty and giving it a" new coat of paint. G. D. Cook ie also repair Have you .a freight shipment for Brodhead, Gab it than it : A truck LIVINGSTON The Ford Car truck You . ii. BRYANT GARAGE 4 :im jj, RED O NOTES. DON'T RENT FOREVER-BUI- LD I NOW i er - -- d ; I'll Furnish the Plans And the Lumber - - at-onc- e " S III IIVV WE MATERfA Li IK -- -- yt -- WITT TRUSS Th Only Truss that Holds and Don't Hurt bqod-Jiolde- Sec-retar- y -- N -- -- -- aejjatt;- -- A. HIM CASXORIA .' jO- Ofciiaaj?rfr mt L WEBB'S DRUG STORE f . TV ,, A Tfl - -- K 4 H. V ,.4' :-r c KELLY A FREE MAtf. Bryant Bros, report the .fol lowing new Fords delivered: Boyd Kelly, who was on trial Edd Smith, L. V. Murrell, at the time of our last issue. Mt. Vernon, Ky, May 9, 1919 Sutton & McBee. Rev. George ' charged with the murder of two Childress, E. P. Bryant, O. M. men in Harlan county, which P "No. 79" wna Payne, Jim Moore, Miss, Pearl case was brought to this county waat toOommaol. f M oat witti SIONAL Smith, Mrs. J. A. Owens. on change of venue, was given 21 Marie, the youngest daughter years in the pen. This killing occurred during the time of a , Qf Mr.' and if rs. was baptized at their home Tues- strike in the Harlan coal fields day evening, by Rev. Shuman, of and much of the evidence against Waynesburg The .following were Kelly was circumstantial, yet Nashville B. R. Ca. Louisviux the jMesdames present: Rev. Shuman, Mr. two' "women, Sbipman, mother and wife of TIME TABLE. Langraf, and Mrs. Beck, of men who were killed 4.57 p Waynesbury; Mr. and'Mrs. J. C. the two 22 nortn . 3:35 am Taylor, Mr. 24 north and Mrs. Fritz state positively that Kelly is the :35 P 23 south Krueger, Fred Krueger, Mrs. W. man who did the killing. At the ' 12:45 am H. Krueger, Misses Grace and same time a halt' dozen men take 21 South say that Kelly was Jas. Landrum, Agent. Emma Taylor, Hartford Taylor, the stand and Clara' Traub, Mr. andMrs. Au some forty yards away from the Phone No. 8. house when the killing occurred. gust Krueger and children. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoce Hundreds of shots had been onail matter. s aa Republicans from this county fired by the miners who were in who attended the State Conven- hiding o"n the mountains, which PERSONAL tion at Lexington have returned was responded to by the pooSse Hon. E. Bullock is one of the very much elated over the large of officers, of which Kelly was Federal jurois at London. attendance and "harmony that ex- one, and-hagone there to arrest T. B. Lair, who has been so isted at the Convention They a number of miners, who were &av that there was a'delegation very sick is reported better. strike sympathizers and impli- from every county in the state, cated in the killing of two men Jamie Thompson has gone to Louisville to accept a position and that theie was no contest the day before at Wilhoit. Like from any county; that the plat, many of the best citizens of Har- with the Louisville Grocerv Co. form submitted was adopted Ian County we are convinced that Louis Miller saw the Derby run Saturday. Louis leaves June 1st without a dissenting- vote, and Boyd Kelly is the victim of cir-- ' they believe "that the ticket re- cumstances. Any man who is to go to work for the Upjohn Co commended by this Convention any judge of human nature would home Miss Sadie Richards is at will be nominated without opposi-- 1 never look at Boyd Kelly and size with her parents for a few days. tion at the August Primary. hint up to be a man who would Miss Richards holds a good poTollowing are the delegates walk into a houce, serve a warsition in Louisville. who attended the Republican rant on two men, wholly unThomas Wallen and Homer Levisay left on the early train State Convention at Lexington, armed, wait his chance and then Sundav morning for Bloomington, Wednesday May 14. These del- shoot them both in the back as egates were appointed at a meet- the evidence of some of the pros: 111 , to work on the farm. ing at the Court Ho'use, Satur- ecuting witnesses in this case Robert L. Mullins. son of the would indicate. The best class late Charley Lish Mullins, re- day, May 10: of the citizenship of Harlan counturned yesterday from France-H- e T. J. Ball, Judge Cam Mullins, had real service and plensy Judge L W. Be'thurum, T. J. ty came here tor the trial, men Niceley, D. C Clark, Dr. R. G. who were not personally interof it. ested but knew something of the Casper Owens fell from a train Webb, Henry Wood, Judge G".M. facts, took an active part in Kel two weeks ago and fractured his Ballard, Morris PhiUips, J. H. ly's behalf and the strength of knee cap to the extent that he is Lambert Esq., Dr. M. Penning- the .prosecution was made possi just now getting able to move ton, Dr. W. T. Amyx, W. H. blely the Miners Union, who drew Fish, W. T. Davis, C. A. Parsons, about. J.. M. Laswell, Press Fralicks, funds from all sources to wage Atty. E. T. Wesley, Judge Jas. this fight, .which became a mat William Bullock, F. E. Miller. Denton. Circuit Clerk C. M. Lang-don- , ter of persecution and not proseand Jonas Stevens, of Pu- A STATE BEE SPECIALIST. cution in Harlan county. This laski, are here today attending Mr. Spence, our County Agent, paper stands for the conviction court. has secured a Bee Specialist to of all criminals and in many inwho is working come to our county and make stances we have thought that Willie Wallen, with Civil Engineers at Stithton, an investigation as to the death of our juries in Rockcastle were Ky, "was badly hurt when an 18 so many bees at Mr. Geo. Fish's. too lenient. We have no "critift. sewer caved in with him last The County Agent has tried cism to offer-o-n the jury, which three times to get this specialist returned the verdict against KelTuesday. was up from and failed this time he has se- ly because we know the men and W. M. Owens Wednesday. JuSt cured his help and will be at Mr . know them to be honest men Livingston the jatne old Bill and not a bit Geo. Fish's on Renfro, Friday and the verdict that they rebetter looki ng than he was sixty afternoon at 3 o'clock, May 23 turned, they thought to be right An examination of the bees wilU But the best of juries make misyears ago. Milton Miller McCoy, who has be made. All who are interested takes. New trial had been asked had seven and a half years ser in bees are invited to meet at for and no doubt would have been vice with Uncle Sam. and is just Mr. F'sh's on Friday afternoon granted .by the trial Judge.which back from France, is here for a at 3 o'clock and see Mr. Neswan decision would have been handed few days. It has been eight years ger make the investigation also down as soon as Atty. Golden hear him discuss the Bee busi- for the prosecution could arrive since he left. ness. Every man who has one or and present his side of the case. Ye editor and family spent Sun- more stands or is interested in At a time when least expected, TTTlll. Inn f OrtA WrO A .,5 a few bees should meet J Atty. C. C. Williams handed to W. Stewart, near Paint Lick.vf men at Mr. Fish's May 23 fudge B. J. Bethurum, a paper, The report circulated some time at 3 o'clock and hear our State it was a full and complete pardon ago that Mr. Stewart had sold his Bee Specialist Stop work at farm and was going to Mississippi, noon Friday and visit your neigh- Mt.Vernon Signal 79 2iJi - . afiia. lfiBBBI ai wi rr U tf .k. LsA. j" "S 4 : it '.. A - NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS May 14, 1919. . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -- August-Krueger- Sealed bids will be received at the office of .the Commissioner of Public Roads, Old Capitol Building, Frankfort, Kentucky, until 2 PM. Thursday May 20, 19 To- - bv the Commissioner' of Public Road number Roads for the improvement of Mt. Vernon-Lond- on I02FD1 from Livingston, Ky., to the Laurel County Line a distance of approximately 6.78 miles. The improvement will consist of shaping that road and constructing necessary drainage structures. & , ' This work is a Federal Aid Project. be seen and instructions to bidders, specifications of proposal securediat the office of the County Clerk at and forms Mt Vernon, Kentucky and at the office of the Department of Public Roads, Old Capitol, Building, Frankfort, Kentucky. Plans may- rWA 1 . imvw nV'f Vr i1' second-clas- Blue prints ot the work may be obtained from the Geo. G. Fetter Company, Louisville, Kentucky. A certified check payable to State Treasurer ot Kentucky. Credit of the Road Fund equal in round numbers to 5 per cent, of the bid must accompany each proposal. APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES OF WORK. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. d J Clearing and Grubbing ::. . , stumps above I2" Dia clearing trees and . .. "... Excavation Earth Excavation-Roc- 19 88 Acres .....60. '. j k -4 . I Borrow Concrete Concrete ' ." 2-5 89063. Cu. yds . . 6492. Cu. yds 3I63 Cu yds 724.66 Cuyds 3.96 Cu yds 1.61 942 4 - Concrete '....'... Cement Rubble Masonry -3 Reinforcing Steel 18 inch Pipe 24 inch Pipe ? 6 inch Vitrified Pipe Bridge Sta. 295 plus Concrete 1-- ' ..... 17 , : , Cuyds Cuyds 27285 pounds 2096 Lin Ft 22 1150 Lin Ft Lin Ft From the fountain-heaof style we have a ine direct to our store. Every i ne of our goods comes right from style headd STYLE over 20 ft. clear span. '. 2-4 Concrete Concrete "1-- 2-5 .1. . -. .1-- 2-3 Cement Rubble Masonry Reinforcing Steel.. 30.3 Cu yds 5.9 Cu yds 1 8 Cu yds 375. 1 Cu yds 7290 Pounds quarters. Quality Don't gamble with your selec- R. Wiley, Commissioner Public Roads. for Kelly, which document ar- has important business interests rived on the early train this and many friends awaiting his morning, in a short time Kelly return. was with his wife and son at the Rockcastle hotel a free man. For Sale: White Wyandotte Mrs. Kelly has been here since eggs, setting 15 for $1.00. Monday. Kelly will go to West Mrs. Gds Stavkrson, Baden for a few&weeks, as he Mb. Vernon, Ky. has been suffering intensely with Apr. 18- -4 t. his stomach since his confinement in jail, after which he will return Where do you wantTto go? We Garage. to his home in Harlan where he can take you. tion of Spring Clothes. Come to us and be sure of and style im fccm: u$qmo jtt' 8 THE CASH STORE BETWEEN THE BANK S FORTY YEARS A DTUTGG1ST Ef PERUNA Read this trom Mr. L. A. Richardson of Marine, Illinois: ss He Endorses ' 31 Smmy fSPli THOUGHTFUL BUYING" SUG GESTS'THAT YOU CAN SAVE .MONEY, TIME AND LABOR and look more neatly dressed in our K "I have been engaged In the. retail druc bnsl-nehere for tke past lorty year. During this time I have seen many patent medicines come Into use. flourish for one or two years and then gradually disaDDear. There are verv rfew of these remedies that possess enough real merit to insure them long life Perunn ban always been n good Beller wlta us, with a .marked Increase from year to year. The change in the formula some vcars ago,1 by the addition of the slightly lnxative properties, linn made it a reliable remedy for constipation and for colds. If taken hourly in tablespoonful doses by adults It till up tbe lTorwt cold In two or three days' time. I take'pleasure break in urging my brother druggists to recommend It for these two ailments." Sold Everywhere Liquid or Tablet Form Ask Your Dealer GARMENTS MADE Compare these prices with the -- 'cost of material and expense of making: EEADY .Silk Skirts, fashionable. lines and well made $450 Wash Skirts iii Pique and Gaberdine Embroidered Voil Waists Silk Waists Georgette-Waist- s 275 .50 3.00 4.00 J. 25 .25 1 & is all a mistake. J. E. Houk stopped here for a few days on his return from a business trip to Jamestown, Ind., to his home at Nashville Tenn., to see his sister, )&ts. Robt. Cox Mr. Houk has sotpe idea of Com ing back to Mt. Vernon to make his home again, which we trust he will decide to do. bor Fish-M- en and women both are vited. in- OVER THE TOP IN VICTORY LOAN Rockcastle finishes the job and goes over the' top by a margin of $,oco to spare Our qucta was $61,160 and the finish shows about $63,500 subscribed. The LOCAL First State Bank of Livingston leads The First State being Read the Garage Ad in this the'joungest bank in the county issue. naturally had the smallest quota, The members'o'f the Mt. Ver only about 8,ooo, yet when the non Christian church are begin- finish came, she had more than ning to talk a new church build 5207000, a record of which the -, ' " ing. First State and the people of should be justly Fred Mullins has sold his store Living&ton at Withers to R. L Payne and proud. Neither of the other Tohnny Griffin, and he expects to banks reached their quota. Bank ofw Mt. Vernon reports $15,000; locate at Livingston. Peoples Bank $13,800 and the Judge Cam Mullins has re- Citizens Bank of Brodhead $12,000 ceived notice that the convicts making a total of $61500, with will be here Sunday and Monday, about $2,000 added which was will begin work on the roads. reporteds through the railroads. The following delegates from Rockcastle has done her part all the Mt. Vernon Christian Sunday the way through. Her boys who School attended the Fifth Dis- went to the front are coming trict S. S. Convention, which baqk with honors and those who met at Lancaster Tuesday and stayed at home have responded Wednesday: Rev. and Mrs. H. to every call. T. Young, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. There was nothing: done in Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Circuit Court up untii Wednes Mesdames E. B. Cox. day and yesterday and today Davis, the Meshac Gentry, T. J. Niceley, trial of Marion Durham charged F. L. Durham, W. J. Sparks, B. with the killing oi Squire SinJ. Bethurnm,Clea Brown, Fanny gleton has been before the court. Adams and Miss Grace Cox. Tbe evidence and speeches will The convention was pronounced befinished by noon tomorrow. a great success by the Mt. Vernon On account of the increased delegates ard classed as one of the best held since the organi demand for stone, the W. zation of (he Fif tn district. The paries wo., win soon start up convention meets at Pineville the quarry at Sparks Quarry which has been shut down for sext year. ' I -- Bungalow Aprons House Dresses Boysf Wash Suits, U $1.25 Inviting Your Inspection, i.so JOHN ROBINS . t Bedhead We " -- GBOC5RIBS MEAT, Including Carry, a Pull Line of LARD, V -m$ Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. - - MEAL and in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery MBHssssaWiBlsBlsBsWilill 1111 FLOUR lllHiU t W H I Jill Mi aJ wlr nsBliWnHHluUllntwtiflr Tobseee C. Vf1ll alsjw Ws'ivtir'fl HBSBVMSBHfc-tS- flmokespot with Prince Albert it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy ntruat arA matnn'c ciineriinA flTvl fl Katisfv 1 ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fou- r . It's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastur- e! to give you more For, P. .A. is trigger-read- y your smokecareer. tobacco fun than you ever had in That's because it has the quality.- - YOU can't help cutting loose joy'us "every time you flush your A WE ALSO HAVE A GOOD LINE OF Men's and Boys' OVERALLS ODD PANTS, WORK SHIFTS AND HATS from a genuine Panama down to the lowest wr rTrra-Af-- priced Work Hat. 5ct0 r P. S. All thesegoods are sold at a live and let live price. When you come in you cant fail to see our 10C COUNTER,, which is brim full of bargains for every housekeeper. - 'ELasKiaaBaaaaasas 'awS BBBBBBBBaiaBBBBBBalV.aiHl Quick as you know Prince Albert youll write it down that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it nevex will I For, our exelusivejftetentad proceas cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue! N " .. . CUMMINS IN. B. West Main Street On . 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It is no oeai honor to be chnsan from amonsr 'If. ajors and Colonels and other Sara Browner., especially in view of the fact that I am not strictly speaking a military man, but a civilian and one ot the tin'st memories of my experience over here wll be the asso ciation-witthe officers and men of the 89th division. Some one h ". ' -. ' - - - - 4 j y.!.. m f yy ?.', i yi t r W-'.- - . t , r BBBBBBBBBBBBSW SBBBBBBBBBsB -- ggg. BBBBBBBBBBS1 SHA BBBBBsfl SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsI . sMsBBBBBBBBBBBsl - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH IBBBBbI y ssT ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsH V BBBBBbI bbbbbT BBBBBWBBBBBbW 1 BBBBBbI BBBBBbI lll SBBBbI BBBH snWi'tW BbW 11 m BBBBBbI BBBBBbI BIbbbI V BBBBbI Lh BBBBBbH bbbbbbbbb! - SBbH bbbbbbbL BBBBBbI BBBbH U BBBBBBslBBBBBa tSBBBV BBbbb! aHJBRSScSsssS9scsSvRlflBSII!iiSSBI3BBSiSSESS 2fce Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been' ia use for oyer thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- -, sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. " are but Jkll Counterfeits Imitations and " .Experiments that trifle with and endanger Hie health of lafants and Children Experience against Experiment. bbbbbk' bbbbk BbbL .LbbbbbI .bbbbbbbVbbbbI bbbbbW bbbbbbbV. B TVS &s5&&Zk dubbd me "Judge'' when I 1 first be- - 8 Just-as-go- od came',up here in December, Amica T Ha rtrA riaf? r Via a 1aTO7t1 Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains meither Opium, Morphine, nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its jg&antee. Jgor more, than thirty years it has toen in constant ueforthe relief of Constipation, Flatulency "Wind Colic 'aad; JWarrho.; allaying, Feverishness arising therefrom, kid by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assitnilatjoa of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Childrea'f'Paaacea The Mother's Friend. -- WhatisCASTORIA tfNUINE -- CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always d0& TMC CINTAUR COM.ANV. NEW YORK CITY. Bought USE White Fawn FLOUR Wheat For Sale by all Merchants, Made from selected Red Winter and s ) that seems to be about all I am known by over the division. I certainly do hate to see them go Home without mer but suppose I will stick it out awhile longer.-, While, this is a midwest divisionthere are a good many Kentuck in around. ' Major Jackson Morris is the' disbursing Quarter master at Treves; .Col. Davis, commanding the. 341 Field Ar-- t Uery is from Middlesboro; Maj Davis, commanding the 341 Ammunition Train isrom Williamsburg; Capt.jMason, from London is a Medical officer in the3i4th Sanitary train; Gapt. Jenkins is the supply officer of the 3i4th ammunition tram and is from down there in the mountains of Kentucky, so you see I am not altogether alone as far as Kentucky is concerned. I am afraid this letter is getting too long, but hope it will be of interest to the people. I suppose you received my last letter as several refered .to my letters in the Signal, but I never know which one apd have not had a copy of the Signal since Sept. Must be the fault of the mail. With very best wishes for . You bet the best twine that money can buy. Don't be told that ours is 2nd grade, just because our price is so much cheaper but See for yourself It can be done It is here now and ready during the month of MAY. We will furnish the'toest grade of twine for the remarkably low price of $22 i L d- 50 ! per 100 bs M .one more proof that we save you money and more cents in your dollar you pay cash you are entitle'd to a better price than the charge account. a This is all for you, JVlf Faf mef put P and is Just When all, I am, Our price is always better and quality is our middle name We believe in big buying and small profits, cash and-- quick turnover The season is also about ready for E. R. GENTRY. HOW'S THIS. We offer Une Hundred Dollars Keward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hail's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces TOBACCO SETTERS BEMIS Setter at only '$8500 and $9000. These are the newest improved and wefve got em Come on. and see for yourself. We have often been tried never denied and willing to be tried again Here are a few real -- - :i i .. . - - A trial will convince you. Satisfac- And we can. furnish you the TIGER or tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Ore ha rdMiling ZZZZZ Co. zzzzzzz CRAB ORCHARD, KY. expelling the poison- from the blood and healing "the diseased - &: portions. CAn f Clllvl p JHEfirstmove battle of Kfe Is made when sav- It ing begins will educate you financially by de- After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great improvement in your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and get rid of cat arrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Eye LenOX : Openers li u 4-7- BRODH'EAD a mule w gwg1 W. H. Anderson was kicked by last' week and his arm ;r- - && i li? TK& i I OtP MM ? BaMi4Hk 'Of! The brok-tte- n bone was setiby Dr. W. E McWilliams and Henry seems to be doings nicelyi however, ;it.is a great misfortune to be hindered' veloping from farm work for, a number will insure success, comfort and of weeks like Mr. Andersorrwill be on account of the accident. happiness Mrs. Bradley Brown, of the Spiro section was recently the guest of Every deposit made with us is a Mrs. W. H. Auderson and Miss Start step toward Independence Hallie Barnes. Givens Carsons and Edgar Dunn Newland were and an account at home from Lynch during Comstick to mencement week: B-- C Ander son, of Garrard, attended a meeting .of the Bank directors here last week. Leslie Elder, of Louisville, was here during the Commencement exercises. Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton, of Corbin, at tended the1 Graduation exercises Friday evening. Mrs. Golden and children, of Williamsburg, are guests of her sister, Mrs. J- - W. Masters here this week. FURS,- CLOTHING. Prof. A. C. Burton, of Bowling Green, delivered the Class ad . Parcel Post : Send Via ol Gradu dress to the SVafSS-CLEANERates last - Friday evening and a LOUiSVILLE,;KY. better orvTnore appropriate ad AYE. dress was nev er listened to . He. America Known all f TTT neia nis nearersj speu oouna,-- almost, with'his wonderful addxti. ?Cd fivetr number of. the commeicc- mens program was a mar sea success, b'it" nofie,- - better than J A C the graduation exercises Tuesday that oldra-- tedSi with swllow:or water. Tae elllstlMfUter evening of the Eightn Grade organs. Via kidney actles aad hiUw W wtmkmm! Wdaeys and wuw t pupils. ThwwWe-- ' fifteen bova believe orraasto throw, C true. It Is mst t ' ArtA At cause premature, sld lae.poisoasme new Vf Wtfftu tilnr 1A VtAavi proper JstrMOn liwrsass as you continue th . SMtlfWc theM ex4r;"old affeaan b deferred! coBtlnue taklBa- - a caMnle or wrk tar jM7ea ib&t en dsT; GOLD MSDAIi Huariera twetMi ercises, and"a1l3td 'splendidly ,yet. eBSea OU;Cfe th Average. prOE. : auies win Keep you in beaita tUTifr in asense it jjfas- - very sad f ropi -- mm JM. Tears. QOkD MEDALi ua prerent a. retura ot tae 7 broken as the result; Think that v-- .. Soap (M size, J00 cakes to box) Wheat Shorts, per ioo lbs. .Ground Barley, per ioo lbs. Galvanized Roofing, per sq. only $3b Hen Feed, per roo lbs. Best Patent Flour (DoiiyVarden) ' 1.50 5 u 5.50 traits No matter what' you want, our price costs you nothing and will always save you real4 money and a pleasure trip through our store will pay you big dividends COME ON. with us today it Bank of Mt.Vernon DRAPERIES, Welchs' Dept Store w Dry Gleaning and Dyeing S I Kentucky's Greatest Store KENTUCKY BEREA ios. f f,hl- - Jftn ETC il75jRTK AND DYERS High-Scho- !!" orr AGE STARTS e dl-stl- In the Class ot proficiency. history special mention was macje of these good little boys. The High school play was presented again Saturday sight byspec.ial request. The Baccalaureate serr mon 'deltVered; uhday MtJyS the Rev. O. F. Bustix? GJeof itSwn, was fine and a large crbw4Herd-him-- betn, elected Superintendent of Highland ParJc City Schools. He has four schools under his charge there and does no class work at all. The place was tendered him at a fancy salary ranch? better tbai-'hcan gets at Cofbin.-rrafwaya e?M-th1li:&Oa walabuatlerllk;; pur pbd fnind v e M j SBHERSETSCHDOLttFBUSlNESS Accounting, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, QaH Service, Penmanship, Correspondence and kindred subjects ' ! Enroll Now for th Spping Ttrm LATSST IMPROVED METHODS, TO-DAY COURSES WITBYOUR KNEYS are congratulated ftfr the. toe vtitfe apdldpfpgraff-aof succesa well- e as-th- Tn principal and. ttachws sufc.ejM&f JHaicenton. - rA s andgirls-'to6k'iartiH- fitabkrmot was ty,' this " fn Corbin arah ctoolJoto-Rohio- s viUelro. oesdayaTPridajr. a IneVmt - p&goxi r wn.eu'.t TI'.Wi AwAnaUn4 ftfkia' ftfara in " -Monday. Stanford Yraon- atteed Commencement' L,. xewlses herejrt wgak,. Smith, Kf J Smith, wJefHbld- man, Sam Saysrs, Mode Hamm, ' numbeJromMt. PREPARE FOR THE BATTLES OP UFE Somerset SchooM Business Somerset, I Ky. vy -- 0 $ -. .' QOUi MKDAL Haarlem Oil Is odorlMr tasteless capsules ir'abeut S drees ch. Take am Xu ireuld a pill, with a 'small -- steRdard ytn. .It &nd4a-B- imtro- -a reesedr Ja. to old-a- u,jl&& has" beeti relierlnr the dlsabUUyL-dwe-ad- aissase. -r wait until old ag-- or disease tbe;fact nave setaea flown, ror trooa., wo , et a box rf- drurrlit and bers fell vfctiinsoltfieiflu eptdem': KEDAX,HaarlR OH Causulaa. . Carspa. ware J seip you. reiunaea sot lcf These sises. But Mamkff,to aslcfsr. .th TrFrsndc6Jaa4 erlrfBal.impoftd,aOU MKDAI,.bfSJMl. and John la sealed paokarss. '"."-- ' J" both ranked htehiin the statMUud Do not s thajtwo-of;tiieir'aaem- raYalatArtemMj pocoun. a feoaea. v? fOR SALE.. (iU,pSw6t-write! DR. WALTER Dentist Hea5 MT.VEKON, 7ro tb wfc'Ti- ,2'Tqrkeyr eggs,, at ligq Ipar ffomfiErof: J.rl?ti&tpFiM ha. had v . bUaT ailear 1' mi 3 tbat pUoe, that :' v jt MRS; ' CXAS.TLOjYSIit, iffl? Over U. G. Baker's Stors Office ATTCRMEY AT ULW MT.VXRHON, RY. "Will practice in all the coHrta. OSce oa C&urcn stwet gafotSxr V. b. 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