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Mount Vernon signal: May 11, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917051101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 11, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V I mfsTTsW-a- T ."J T i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY fttifenuw MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHED 61 i 11 an H yfl 1887 VOLIWIK XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,' KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1917 NUMBER 34 FOR COUNTY JUDGE (Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Mak Rosy Cheeks and Beautiful Forms. Men Need Phosphates to Make Strong, Healthy, Vigorous Bodies. Athletes increase their strength, energy and endurance 200 per cent or more by sin ply taking a few weeks treatment of Vgo-Phosphat- e. atv kM Atlanta f! Dr V A Jacobs m to) thai Phosphate are jest as essential to an m.n or troaan wh tires easily, is BerrNt9, or iriitaMe, wotRoat, o hulks has.' gaid and paVf to hMWc ;i Htrooj, robiM. tiiromus health? iy. .is i I IMM despowd When the phosphates go front the blood, the pink cheeks The muscles lack tone. to too Tli-beeiMM nervous, irritable, "Dr?ss cr the occasion " has no terrors for the man who wears Clothcraft or Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. He is always prepared for dress or for service increase tu stMi:t!i .n.l en durance cf weak, -- erv.u- care wi rn intn and women 800 p r .eat in two o ihre we Us ,:i will 3raM they ".tie to cotton to aiitke it t row Tli' Ink .. Hi .s; h itcs is ihf cnuso of ll enemic ro,idi lions war! the .diniuist'" il n of i A.-nHi- .,,,,.. f.s, and the TiH'ivforc it you loaui ,, ,!c .. I melancholy, the memory fails. wish to pre- serve your youthful vim, vigor, ;nnl vitalitv , to a ripe old age. ou the dencictiy of Ph must su-)tlitfs most easily assimilated. xOTUK: Argo Phosphates which is lecoramen led and pre- scribe i hv physiotan-- in all enemic t, - i ",,'!k''!t'. nd " ''- nt . se ret or patent on- - many continued in inst.nces. use wiii Jsatw y jtwygawMBaaT tKHKaair SA. Wk. A M&jMslsBasI m.M Tm T HgatfS P ino 1 J' I'm t Mil Be mf V'5L HtflEI aH lanEs km S Sttton & McBee CLOTHCRAFT STORE Mt. Vernon, Ky. BR OD H EAD K;Tis.ses Berth and Ruth Litton. of Mt. Vernon, were re:etit visit)! s of Mrs.W H. Anderso 1. Uncle John Sigman is able to be out ccasi.nallv bv ill aid of his crutche? after cnfi.ied to his r i m for sewrd wee s with R L bllta reprerheumatism. d the local lodge of Modern sent ; Woodmen. t Dawson Springs, last eek, and on his return visited his n phew, H.B McCiary, who is manager of a large g aiti mdl near Dawson Spring Vlrs.J.H. Jar-relefi the first of ;St week for California on account of the ser-- i .us illness of her daughter, Mr-- . Cornelius, who is very low with tuberculo-is- . Miss Ila Carson h .me last week from W.Va., where she holds pisition Jshe will remain for several weeks with her prt.nts, Mr and Mrs. W A. Jarson. Mrs. John Pike, of Lebanon Junction, has been here Several days with her father, F. Francis:o and other lelatives. M r and :d:s. b.-in- g . tt 1 i j U B.Cas-- , J. R Cass ai d daughter, Miss Anna, motored to Stanford. dnesday. Mrs L. B Hilton ac- - '' i hem home. die sold a purof C. Taylor, of Gum Sulphur, for $205. a few days ago. Mr Taylor ba.s taken a contract to saw certain timber for the Harment Tie & Lumlter Co., who recently pur the Frith Bros timber, and is installing a saw unilinear town, and Seems to be making considerable head way in getting on the yard. Mack Barnes, her t, fcitate Superintendent, de-ho has been very sick with rheu- livered the class address in his matism for several weeks, is not able aud impressive way. Misses improving very fast. F. F. Rob Elizabeth Gentry and Anna Cass, ins, o the Qepper-Cretr- k section. Boy Sowder and A.B.Potorf were prepared a deed for Geotge Wat- - the graduating class John Wells kins, of Rockcastle, last week, son of Mr and Mrs. Ira Wells, of transferring his farm to J. C. H(,s- - the Copper-Creesection, who kins, of Middletown. Ohio, for the with his wife, went to Montana um of $1,750. This farm sold a' several months in search of health, returned here Tuesday few years ago for about one-thirnoon. Mr Wells was taken to of the present purchase price. Joe Capps, son of Mr. and Mrs. the home of hts parents by T. K. Rev. Green Fish preached at W.GCaps. of the Hiatt section, Francisco, being so weak that he ' Hopewell last Sunday. Mrs Geo. acctden'aliy shot himself with a could not sit up. and after reach-trust- Nicely spent Sunday with Mrs. revolver. Saturday. The ing his destination died within Wm. Nicely. Rev. Carmical has at passed thru his thigh. He thirty minutes. The bereaved been elected to preach for Sand sa tended by Dr. W.K Gravely, ones have much sympathy. Miss Hill Church this ear and will -- At a meeting of the Board cf Mary Adams, of Crab Orchard, is preach the fourth Sunday in each fur-chaseJ Ben Ridaged mules to A. - Trustees of the Brodhrad Giaded School, Monday afternoon, Prot J L. Pilkenton waselected Principal, and Mrs. J. J. Albrght and Miss Tempest Ward were elected to fill the sail? places as held by them for the pa-- t two or three years. Mr. Pilkenton has been principal here for the pst three years, an 1 his election is proof of his ability as a teacher and bis standing with the patrons of the s hoel district. Mr I R Storms was called to the bed s deJJ if his daughter, Mrs James Baker, at Londo i, some ten days ago, on account of her serious illness which resulted in her death last Friday night. Mr. Storm returned home the first of the week. Much smpathy is extended him in his sad Dereavemeut. The A. J. Pike preached the Bacca-agoRev. laureate sermou to the graduat-her- e ing class at the Chrirtian church, Sunday noon. Tnfe house was well filled, the able minister seemed at his best and a better prepared or bigger sermon was never uelivied in rirodhead. On Monday evening at th- - cschood Auditorium the High School play eutitled "Star Bngat" was seuted to a large and appreciative audience, and by special request was again preseuted Thursday eveuing. Tuis is a splendid play and each actor did his part well, Ou Tuesday evening the time was d enjoyably spnt, the grades nishing spieudid entertainmeut with drills, recitations, songs, snort plays aud tableaux. Wed neday evening the Hon.VO ol pre-cotni.ie- with her parents near here this Mrs. Walter Robins and little daughter, Inez, were here with relatives during the week. J. Thos Cherry and Frazier Hurt were here from Crab Orchard, Wednesday afternoon. We have been wondering for several weeks if our Livingston friend is too week. "young to jine the army." He don't like to reter to his age, or a unit tint he has passed more than twenty five summers or seventy five winters, but a nickel to doughnuts he will be too "young" to go to the trenches when Uncle Mavbe he can solve the serious question by delving deep into that ancient algebra he has preserved thru all the ages to find unknown quantities. E S. Albright and Hiatt were Wt dnesday in the Hiatt section, writing insurance - A revival will begin at the Method st church Sunday b, th- p istor, the Rev A. Satu calls. A-.- Potorf, assisted by Rev J. W. Carttr, of Irvine Ever, body is invited to attend he-- e services B , City et Toledo, ounty, s Frank J. Cheney mtkes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J. Cheney & v.o , do ing business in the city of To ledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said tirm will pay .he sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH vlEDKTNE. FRANC CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 18S6. A W. Gleason. Notary Public. (Seal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine is ta ken internally and a.ts through the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of the System. Seud for testimonials free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. State of Old Lucas v d Gil-log- s j w - k d HOPEWELL ' y rosy cheeked, h al'hv. fal wi men, without their aysteai is stiffinentlv supplied w til Paul In recent pha'es interviews with physician ea the grave ami et a defi i serious Consequent-J. ency of PtsuSphatea in the bio d of Anirican men and women. I I hereby myself a candidate for the Republic; n noini have strongly eiiuha-i."annjatte the nation for the County Judge of this County, subject to the fact that doctors sbobld prescribe more phosphates in the form of iilc Vftii ,:mi.l Primary Klection, ust 4th. rwrt Ta the Ai-i-t s mic mgir I'V J"u """" f.,.. AnDWi.l,.,, -- 7 .....1- If nominated and elected to this high and responsible position "w--t-- 7 Laboratories, lo Forsyth St. men and M I will do all in jpy power to see that the laws are enforc-- through- out, haggatd looking .nd they will Send women. When the skin is pale joua two weeks treatment by out the Counrjppardless of the standing of the person who violates it, and I will have nopetsor favorites in the dic,harge of my duty in and tiesh flabby, it is a ign of return mail. enforc'ng the laws. "jt much wider limits, 21 and 40. If the people of this county entrust me with" this office I promise MEASURE No slbstitutks or bounties them I will not use any intoxicating 1 quors at all, and in further DPAFT proof I will make affidavit that 1 have not drank any intoxicating In the drafting during the liquors in fifteen years. Civil War, drafted men were I further promise I will be impartial and fair in the discharge allowed to hire substitutes if tliey could The House voted of the duties of the office, and will keep the County Judge's office clean and make it a decent place for your wife or daughter to visit for an amendment to forbid this The great American ar uv of aud also to forbid the paying et 1 a ill use all the economy I can at any and all times in the expea ditures of the public money and pay off the present in lebtoduess, I'.OoO oOO men is to be raised by a bounty for enlistments The brought on the people of this county by aacoasetvaiive cout.ty 'draft," or conscription, not by bounty gave rise to scaudals durin.-td. ing the Civil War. officials. I furthf r promise if elected, to ue all the po.ver invested the volunteer Congrrss settled the matter in the office of Coun-- Judge to see that our elections, both regular FaHtaal May Be ELxempt late last Saturday night, after and call, are held according to law, and that every citizen can vote The most important amenddebating through the week his sentiments and have his vote counted as he voted. ment adopted by the House was Though most of the speeches I favor the improving and building of our counry roa is by direct oue which gave the J President taxation and abolishing the old militia system of working the county have been in favor of calling for po.ver, if he thinks best, to exroas. Thee promises I make to be kept and carried into effect volunteers, the vote in both empt from the draft persous if er my election, and not as idle promises to be ignored after elec Houses was overwhelming lot engaged in agricultural work. tioi. I have al vays ben a Republican and have never asked for the draft bill. The nnal vote i:i The idea was not to cripple Jthe office before If the people elect me 1 will do all I can to build up the House was 3O7 to 24; in the natiou's power to produce fed. 81 tj 8. the County both morally and religiously. I appeal to the Republi- benate, Senate Favors Roosevelt Before the tinal passage of the cans thrcughout the County for their support and influence. My Army of conscrip record as a ci izen is an open book in this County and I invite the measure the question Senator Harding of Ohio protion or vdutiteers eune to a closest inves igiti n by the voters of this county. in each House on posing an amendment intended square test J N Guiff.n amendments The House voted to permit Theodore Roosevelt to against the volunteer plan, old raise four infantry divisions of to 1U9, and the Ser.ate, bu to 18. voluuieers (loe oOo men)for early against the Germain Nothing Could Block army in France. The amend Thk Dbatt t men, did not mention Col Speaker Clark left the chair by nam j, but nc sect el and cune down o.i th) flour to was made of it that th it that plead for the volunteer syatem was tint mteiiti n Mauy DemHis speech which ha i been ad ocratic Senator. vo:ed for it. It vertised in advauc as a'greater went into the Senate bill, 5b to 31 etr ft, '' proved diaaspoiauagly The Hone on the previous day Af.ik and nrobibly stretigttwned hdd rej cted a s tuilar amendment the other si ie. The Speaker I'll ; fate of this measure now or thought had predicted an I lies w.th the c aiference commitIn many recipes the number of eggs may be reduced conscription him right, tint tee. with excellent results by using an additional quantity would fail M the House. lastead m of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg ."ontinued on last page the vote in i s favor was about omitted. The following recipe is a practical example: G to 1, and on the tinal passage DON T LET YOUR COUGH Chocolate Sponge Roll of ihe bill 16 to 1. HANG ON 1H cup. flour 2 tablespoons melted shortening Convinced Draft Is Butter. V4 cup hot water teaspoon salt A cough that racks and weak1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla The aguineats in ftvor of ens d?ngerous, it urder mines 2 teaspoons Royal Baking lev 2 squares melted chocolate Powder conscription, or the dratt, seem- your health and thrives on neg-- 1 The old method called for 4 eggs and be baking powder ed to convince almost the whde let. Relieve it at once with Dr. Sift flour, baking powder and salt together three DIRECTIONS of Congress tint King's memrer.-.niNew Discovery. This times. Beat whole eggs. Add slowly sugar, then boiling water was the better system. It was sobbing balsam remedy heals slowly; add next vanilla, melted chocolate and melted shortening, without beating. Sift in dry ingredients, and fold in as lightly as claimed to be quicker, fairer.ruore the throat, looaens the phlegm, its possible. Pour into large baking pan lined with oiled paper, and equal in its distribution of bur- antiseptic properties kill the bake in slow oven twenty minutes. When done, turn out on a damp, hot cloth, spread with white icing and roll. dens, more democra'ic, more ef- germ and the cold is Cquickly Booklet et recipes which economise in eggs and other fective, less exhausting to the broken up. Children and grownexpensive ingredients mailed free. country. Rvery country in Eu- ups alike find Dr. King's New US William St.. New York address ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. rope has fouui t ie dratt prefera Discovery 'pleasant to take as ble. well as effective. Have a bottle handy in your medicine chest for Difference About Age month. We are having some Sparks Quarry. She reports Mrs. grippe, croup and all bronchial Limit very bad weather and gardens Adams much better. affections. At druggists, 50c. The bill which passed the; are doing but little good. Rov. ROAD TO HAPPINESS. Senate differed from the onej Mayfield will preach at Hopewell COUGH which pissed the House. These FOR YOUR CHILD'S Be am 'able, cheerful and good the fourtn Friday night in this cough syrua differences had to be settled in natured and you are much more Here's a pleasant month and also at Mt. Pisgah on that every ohild likes to take, Dr. conference committee, and the likely to be happy. You will the following Saturday and Sun- Kinsj's rind this difficult, it not impossiIf your Pine day. Rev. Carmical filled his child has a deep hacking cough final result is not known at the ble, hovvever, when you are constant y troubled with constiparegular appointment at Sinking that worries you give him Dr. hour of writing. pine-Ta- r differences tion. Take Chamberlain's TabsoothHoney, the The chief of thaM Valley Saturday and Sun lay. Bill' get Corn planting seems to be the ing pine bals'ims relieves cough, concerned the aje lint. The lets andeasy. rid of that and it These tablets not loosens the phlegm ani hen's the Senate voted that he draft should will be order of the day in this prt r only inoe the ooweis. but im Oet a bottle irri'a'ed tissues. Mrs. James Ar.iold spent Satur to day at your druggist andstart apply to men between 21 and 27 prove the apaetite and siren 'h-- . years of age. Tee House set en the digestion day with Mrs. Chas. Ajujis at at once. 25c. be ti en-durt- holt nci'-.- i us nvi in, ;in ) riv' new life. vim. viiror tml t'ital'ty I ai to l he u hoe raid te- Aimo I'h'x-pt j;it; nts w o are pule and coforleaa tnd it is aorprisirg to see how qui kiy a lev aeeka tivataacnl win iraisioim a pile nc to a rosy cheeked beantv. There ran , burl and th ir th u N. GRIFFIN. s j uWf d Uruggiste " ry Allele, dnd phS-iciftcs ne aobacribiajf the con- c 'iu mied in it. Being ut r.'iy unlike many other Phos phates. It is easily assimilated and will be f uiid effective in t t idT" tea tine nt of -- tcmach well as for troubles as care worn, rervous conditions. The manufacturers of rgo Phos phaic will forfeit to any ehtrita-Dt0U (K) if th-- y cau institutiou y man or women unn t i: eat a der 6."i who laclcs Phosphites and increase their strength and from 1)0 percent to 300 per oent. or m.re in one montn's time, if they are free from organic Iroudie. It is dispensed by all reliable druggists. If 3 oar druggist will not sup-st-tuenf- h hj wdl kin sold C nc "" 1 V-.- w d ! - Few- Eggs are Roo-e-ve.- required with ROYAL !wder p I Tar-Hene- y. MT.VERNON SIGNAL rk bdlthe idle In- - that w.int permitting Sunday vrU in tjnr- v!"rk any where wti him tothlie tiny tight for den atad fields during the present '.f" 'Mit whe.-- life. FkiDAY, Kay 11, 1917 war. The churches of Lexington hi Yours Truly, that state, where the first battle W H Sigmon. Published every Friday by of the Revolution occured some BDGAh S ALBRIGHT. I40 years ago, nave atsp irwn HiM MISSION KK!S SAUK. with morning services dating kOUKCtSrLE ClKCUIT CoiltT. $1.0 May and June allowing members tTB:Rtpno ova A P LaWsBNCS. Ad 111 r. of ne work their garde s. to H.iinftlT, Indies to bring K K i AWkKNik. Adviftising rates maue knovniti preacher asked the vs com.miksionku's SALE, their sewing along wi h tbeti to application A V I.AWkKNCK. etc , attriKKin renrias and ply lb Defendants. needle during the sermon By virtue of a judgment and MEMBRR OF KM NTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION otiit-et sale of the Ivockc.iSiIe iicuit Court, rendered at th April Term 1917, thereof in Hi a bow cause, 1 slm 1 proceed t' Washington, May 9 Confident otTpr for s de at the court hoiis that the submarine menace will be d or in Mt Vernoa Ky. totth net either dv British and Ameri highest sud best bidder at pun can inventive genius or bv the lie outcry, on Monday, May 28th. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ombined navies of the two Pnw 9ij being regulir Cou.ity Uouti betwoe We atv authorize"! to announce the ers was expressed by Rear Ad thy f r Maid county, following person? as BBSdisaSCa for th miral SirJHudley R S De Chair, the boars of g o'clock a. m an. county in Rocki-astjMttiwa offi.-o( the British mission, at a recep o o'clock p. in , upon a credit id abjast to the ItepuMiean prisssrj in August. 1917: tion tendered him tonight by the s.x months, the following de FOR jud;f, Navy League "British inen scribed piope.ty, to wit: Cam Mullins. of Mt. Vernon, Ky. tions," he said, "encouraged me One tiact of land located ii G. M. Ballard, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. to express the confident hope flat Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on J. N. (iriftin. of Spiro. Ky. he necessary antidote to the sub be h.adwate s of Negro Cre.-k-, FOR COt NT V ATTORN KY. Ky. K R Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, marine will be found " Sud b un it d as f 11 vvs: Admiral De Chair said Ameri E. R Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Kv. On the North by the lands el can and British naval offker FOR SUKKIFF. John Wiggins and George Al Tip Lasgfard, of Mt. Vernon. Ky would not be content to let things lr gh ; on be iiast bv tbe lands L. G. Clark, of Orlando. Ky. rest with the merchant shipbuild of Mary Lawionce and Jot CUCRK, FOK COUNTY COURT t ing programme as a means to Woodall; on the South by tin J, I. Cummin, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. crush the sui m nne. amis of Lewis YlcAdains; otl il e S. F. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. "It will be six months," he a d A'ost by the la ds of Huly James Proctor, of Orlando, Ky. and containing oO acres uor "before the lull weight of a ship FOR JAILF.R. r hss, or sufficient building programme can be felt th reef t( "Little" Tom Taylor, of Mt Verm n.Ky. Decisive results must be, can b produce the sum of 7 2 09 wit l Lojjue Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Ky. igal interest frofn Ap il 29 ID 5 and will be achieved before the Ky. G. w. Uadnar, of J. s. Southards, of Fine Hill. Ky. hs the combined eff.uts of cm nnt'l i id and $. on ou with egii fn e i troin annsry 9, 1914, un Frank Mm litis of Ml. Vernon, Ky. navies. 'ii paid, aud the costs of ibis R. K. Shephard, of Orlando. Ky. "We have all of us at this min 11011. J. V. Chasleen. tf .lohnetta. Ky. ute centered our thoughts njxm J. L. Arnold, of Livingston. Ky. For the pu:chase price the the task of over om n j and r j h Jas. VVinsteal, of Mt. Version, Ky. must execute bond, witl S. A Drew, of liurr. Ky. ing the f icnuan submarine cam ipproved sii'ety. besrHUf loira Harry Jones, of Hiatt. Ky. naiirn. In U'is task the Unit d i!itTc.-- t f on day of sale nnti et sad having the FOR St PT. OF SCHOOLS. States navy is about' to rei det mid of a judgment. force and wil IVct Bidders Mrs. Aliee Davis, of Mt. Vernon, Ky most necessary assistance. You ')" prepared to comply pioinptl. V. R. Dickerson, of Livingston, Ky. m11 agree with me that tin .vith these terms. FOR ASSESSOR. (J S. Griffin. necessary thug is to make ou' C. T. Sigmon, of VVildie. Ky. M. C. Rockcastle Circuit Cour o(erations against the submarin RMt COUNTY SURVEYOR. immediately effecthe "' MASM.'H!H;'rTS 1 Hys j 3L-J- M tf bs a Iiile law - - e SKIN WHITENER 25c Box Free A Skin Bleach or Whiteuer for dark or brown skin, removing ill llc nislies ami de rin swarthy orssilow complexions and cuiising the skin to Grow Whiter, I) ut envy a clear complexion, use Coeotoae Skin VVIutener and have one. WHAT USERi THINK OF COCOTONE COCOTONE .ii d$ mm d la n V0..&? your the f.o-- t a liaiti, or other u c;in that r t 1 j When You Build Uf'pair, or reuaotlrl l!.ihti!i- -, ihui't ot-:l.M;- yer ajH all yourj LUMBER and other buihliiio ni.it.-ri.i- l IfJ - hi ii at the LutTSSt Macon, Ga. Montgomery, Ala. Ooe tone Co. INices. NAVIES HOPE TO CRUSH U-BOA- r TS Dear Sirs: I rind that Cocototie Dear Sirs: Send me bv return one Skin Skin Whitener is the best prep mail two boxes Coco .Vh tener and three cakes of Co.:- - eration I nave ever ustsu to ciear nine S in Soip. They are fine the skin, and wish you would nd I do not ciae to be without mail man me two boves at once (signed) .us C Enclosed is money order; hem Johuson I 'ocotone Co OUR YARD Is licniiiiiiners for KIoorin'. Ceiling, Siilin. ter $1 20 Yours trulv, Do Claua 1o -- M. Jackson, imtations iot accept substitutes or r 'uitiice, Slieathin, l)iinenion Lutnlier. hoot- -. S.tsh, K'Ntiojr, UtK.rino I'aint, Huihling Paper, aul all kinds of Huilding Vlaterial. K"tiniate fiiruisiietl. CUTTnIS OUT. The Cototone Co . Waycross, Ga. I'ocotone At'anta, tia. kin Wuitener is the finest thing 1 hnve never used QoOBtmM I ever saw Mv skin was verv '.Vhiisiier, Imt if you wil Skin dark and the tirst b x has made S'Mid me a 2Dc box free will b a ma .v shudes lighter, and my to try it. I enclose si frieuls all ask me what I have petsed 2c stamps to cover cost of mail En:los-- d oeen using oj will etc. find $'2 oO Please send me six ing, picking boxes of Skin Whitener and two Name cakes of s imd. Address Yours Truly Anna M. White Ayonts Wanted. d-- . elee-tio- et ne Co Dear Frte : Yur S. T. PROCTOR VfcRNoN, Ml KY. 'PiMMie 52 9 xr G9 TVTTVT 32 n-diL- Hardware of f he Rigrhf Serf i 1 1 -- BL-L011- . ROCKCASTLE PATRIOTIC LEAGUE Names and sddreses of officers nd Committees; 8 PTS IriL-'-'sWsti- 4TTSTT r. can aiway l,,,,, -- U uc X found store. all S 1 at our Our 11 stock comprises S 1 e-- pu-base- r Rev. Win. M. Durham, Johnetta, CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Dr. VI. Pern ington, Chairman, iB ir S It. Vernon, Ky. LITTLE TOM TAYLOR. Dr A. G ,Lovell, VTi To the Republicans nan, Mt. VTernon, Ky. James atsfrt, Secretary, of Rockcastle: my announcement I mad In Mt V'ernon, Ky. tbe statement that I would do the R. F Silence, County Agent janiioi worn, hit 01 i ni g,-- o Berea, Ky. M elected Jailer of tbe county EXi UTIVE C0VIV1IITE State SSSt has been misunier W j Siajks Chstrauui stoil by some, and that there 1 f& it. .iir-vtJii- A' niwrn 11 A Hardware m that is best A-. 111 Uti f KJ for .. me- W household use all llaH he -- J X U ft Cst M J F t t.ZZiXZZX SO ( c i.mi: this 'ine bit- - pr'ees ,ne ;,lv.i ;..... "i IIi miuiit: .1 iiis; rioht ai.d proper. :c i r tr:n 'i Ky. FOH MAGISTRATE, FlKST DlSTKICT, W. M. Sowder, of Mt. Vernon, Kj. Fourth District. O. BY. Murphy, of Livingston, Ky. FOR CONSTABLK, First District, J. A. Jones, of Ml. Vernon, Ky. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. 71st Legislative District, Laurel and Roekoastle. J0I111 R r loyd, of County. CLEAR AWAY THE WASTl Bowel regularity is the secret of good health, bright eyes. cleat omplexion, and Dr Kings Now Life Pills are a mild and gentle laxative that reg.ilatea the bow? s and relieves the congested in tes tines by removing the accumu'at d wastes without griping Take a pill before retiring and that heavy head, that dull spring feve feeling disappears Get Dr ing"s New Life Pills at yout vlt. Vjimio i Ky J, hn W Hilton, Pine Hill James Ba er, CeUarville James C ban. y, Cedarvdle Wm Bullock, Han-lor- d Mt c. c. W win ne no misuiKe i uereitii n jieat mv offer and promise If am elected Jailer I wdl do th Jan ter work free of charge and 1 a Mt. Vernon, r,y. IXE Thos Kirby. C C. Vernon 2 tliercby Di.snucr no Wi Mams, Mt V t rhairinan, non Ky. county $3 o a yearor$ll!oo fr the four year . Tins is my offer and w aat I wil do if elected. I sve the W Opposite Court House M P. DdiXE3zrEzxi zzsa cox y druggist. 25c. HOW TO URDU E THJ HIGH COST OH' LI VINO AND TO CARRY ON THE WAR TO A SIT, CESS This is a call to the farmer 1 see is & every paper that the farmer is urged to work ajnn nours each ri,ty, till more acres el j round andj)rodjicemore grab-- ' vegetnbles, etc , than they eve1 did before. This is the wa t be patriotic We farm rs a aaaaasscskE p.triotic and have always been &&: since the time Israel Putnam lef his ox free and his plow in tl e goodies that just furrow, when he heard the news in your mouth of the Battle of Lexington and light, fluffy, tender The big u umber of ttue pre rushed to the front The farmoi cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just dictions made lu editorials by as a rule gets out in the field at keep you hanging Watt, rst.n, within the vast o'clock a. m and never stop um-tHenr 'round the pantry all two decades, demotistra.es that 7 p m. made with Calumet He toils all dn th ough never he is a remarkable man wit deep the safest, purest, most economical Baking Powforesight and can forecast main t hinging what he will reeive fo der. Try it drive away things to occur in the tuture by his labor. rir: bake-da- y failures." history of the past. While he is He is always happy from the Received Highest Awards New Cook Book Fret not right urn every occassior there fact he knows he will h.ve some See Slip in round Can. who pin faith to thing to eat regardless of prices are thousands Mar.se Henry and eagerly re.d He doesn't strike for higher CAKING liis editorials with 'satisfaction, wages ana le.s number of h art A gaining theiefrom much informa but like a true patriot sticks to .tion gratification and profit. his tusk. Niw what I wantsto say is for our good friend, civ The preachers thruout the or village friend, that does n thcouutv have lesponded nobly to ing in the way to help support the call for aid in pushing the the clammering public. Com movement for larger crops. Like out on the farm and make your the newspaper men, and otner wants known and enlist in the enterprising citizens, the minis farmers brigade Put on the uni ters ate ever readv tj lend their form which consists uf a pair of assistance and influence for im overals, a 50c shirt and a 5c straw provement and the betterment f hat draw your jfjrjT resru'ar farmer! the country, and likewise these rations and rVSd then show to the porkers rften fail to recieve cred- world that you are a true patrio1 ' lie it due them for their efforts. I by working hard and raising 'T ftAl,,,. iH'CAGO From one cause and another the enough to srpport yourself and a chz;:u others. We farmers use el intoxicants is being much leduced in this county lately cin't do any more than have Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calumet does it's Pu re Tims is as it should be and will done because our best. Bnt to I ad far superior to sour milk and soda. still be reduced as time passes, the other fellow come and help, p.trlly dne to the work of Pain you can get a few acres from " X ATEXASWOSOER y most any firmer to cultivate that otic League. is idle I have s me and a house Some men's meanness consists beside Come out and htlp to aasV T as bm of their stinginess with their tight Germany Do so now, a means. When they give up their months from now is too late. meanness they will be willing to There is a busi-iesineverv c ty '"fHE Texas Wonder cures kidney ind give up more of their means or town that is just as important I bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame bucks, rbemua tf m and all ii regularities of the and cheerful liar h s friends to be carried on as it is to do bladder in bei h men and women. kidneys sold The If not by your druirgist. will be sut by mail on re-that are last to "the mn who an thing else and it takes true cciptGr J4- iriem fmiu is fvo months' bottle 10 I'orirri a cure men to carry 'hit business on. treatment and Senf for always insists on tJling toe pi from turn ami other We want the idle one that will &h,i-j$- (lhe fol ttuttr Jefferson counties have adopted the patrol system in the mai ltenance of roads. It is hat alter the order of walkers on railroads. When track a deftct, washed place, et , or culvert trouule, is found, proier repairs ar made at once, thus preventing further wastefulness of the highway, which occurs on bst constructed toads where de lays in tepairs cost thousands of dollais esrly winch could lr saved by early attention under patrol system Tliii system has been tried out in several states and iound to be succ sstul. BoyI-e Jand W. H Jorts. ttihlie W. C. Jo n&on, Or atido J sse Fish, Mt Ven on G. C li.n wi. Vcin.n S. P. LS d e. Co way i ii'tlk Tom Taylor Children Oty F2R FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA 9 1 1 "Goodies!" DlTitlCT NO 3 Hardin vl. ore, Lhairman, t limax G orge Childnss, Johnetta J . gl T. dd. Kockford V , I George Gatliff 'Goochland elf, Disputauta J. H W (i vl al ins D puta ita -- DlSTKICT no 4 J P.h, V Druininond, UhairsMas, LivMigsto.i Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n I was in of my health. bed for weeks, unable to 1 bad such a get up. weakness and dizziness, .. . . and the pains were A friend very severe. to i me I had tried every-t- h g else, why not Cardui ? . . . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." ILmiijj WsiLLJ EfScI M?BSB?'9L&mtt&amY PAINTED WITH j j is ail! 3' atx rljBm rrotector ;" i 8 liar ett Witbers Durham, Carrico Jone.i M Hanna's Green Sea! Paint your property is well fitted to withstand the destructive forces of severe weather and changeable temperature. Moisture, if it can get at the vood, is certain to start decay, but by the use uf Hanna's Green Seal Paint your property is completely protected. n-- li. L. Payne, Livingston 11. G vtoort. Livingston 1. m-e-- l-t M. Mink, Livingston no. 5 il 58 88 District A M. H aU, Chairman 1 B & 1 Brodhead Oscar Hamm. Spiro Gu Roberts, (r ibOrchard, R 3 jam Chaii'ller. Brodhead C C. Metcalf.Ciao Orchard, R.l Logan Hasty Levl Green. A Printed Formula On Every Package Sold by aaaaaaBsaaaBassBBBBsaaaaBBBsaarfl BllpJ at" .tr lj Jimes Winslead FOR TAKE For Sale by J. &r B. NOE ID Jailer. I ARDU The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-ou- t? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why oef give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for yen what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. 0 prom se a f th.ul administraa-- k you to judge tion if elected. I by my past record. my future R.H. MILLER Community ( lubs, in this county, have demonstrated the great good that can be accomplished by LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, a gettii e: togethtr and pushing things as they nave doue. Thev hwe don- much for their s aid the county, and with 't; he sound of trumpet or the I et of a horn. We think the i j .' has arrived when their com-.nunii- i, Kentucky s piaise should be s.mnded by these aid any oth.--r noise makers, i forming all o'her portions of our county of the great benefits, to be derived .from these Community organizations asisted by a good county agent who devotes his time tohe work f improvement and advancement for the general good. LrS if you need anythfng I CALL ON Prescription Work in the drug line a Specialty All Druggists PHONE v -. 11 1 iXuIl? , CASTOR Children c Na FLETCrtEP . 39 1X22X1 ern Mutual policy. Are yours Tas. Landrum. Agent protected? if not see W. H. Fish "bAr,? No 8. The Executive committees of Rockcastle Patriotic Leagu I will Kntrifl at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Po1ice mail matter. as stroiid-oiameet at 1 p m. tomorrow to complete their organization and other plans. PKRSONAL Mrs. H. I. Mulhns is reported 50 Rock Men for Wanted some bettf r to day Sparks' Quarry, wages $2 00 pe Miss Margaret Sparks is with day and up. Report VV. J. Sparks Co 's Mt Vernon office, before relatives in Louisville El Arrow OIL NEWS. TO THH VOTERS OF at Fish's aid get a flag ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: with everv one Mr. A. G. Jackson, representI announce myself for the office Mt. Vernon Kv, May 11, 1917 The flag raising for tomorrow ing the Eis Kentucky Oil Co., of Assessor, subj ct to the ReSaturday, will take place at the was in Mt Vernon Tuesday look- publican '.votes August primary, tip '"No. 7"' wncning after his oV interests in the want toCommuniGraded school in the afternoon. Aug. 4th, I9I". In so doing I ca with aiQNAL county. Mr. Jackson is also con'promise the .people if elected to C. C. Williams will speak at nected with Mr. T. P. Curry, of make them an honest sobt r ofOak Hill Wednesday night May Binghampton New iork, in a ficer. 1 tilled out the unexpired hj me xvouncasne ruinouc private company. iu"'. The East term nf tliu 13 League. " " tV. " aa"i ,.! U'o,,i... r;i n Im. u m. ' WS h'Schief dPUty during his ! mrn,), nn K Anew warsona u' nHo Loui&vllc Nashvillc P R Oo. 'Old Kentn, n h .UB cinn mu.mu. maLa Mnu term, and refer you to my official Hnmp . ..v, n ... ...,v. W.......C u ji,.w j feature of the parade here at logical survey and located points record. If I am elected Richard TIME TABLE Branaman will be my deputy. rng raising tomorrow. on the leases held by the interests H uortn 5 In p m Your support solicited, Many wi lows and children represented, by Mr. Jackson, on 3:56 am 2l aortn '. Your Friend, VS south .ii:44 a tr have been helpt by a Northwest which drilling will be done. Mr. C. T. Sigman. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Buy your collars so.' .JXSJL iOr: jin nfi mwmmimammmmm---fmmm- --r ; r-w- v. -. - - Col-ltr- s JJI 73 79 cytKr 4s Bt.L i,h. ,'' A .1 Clothes as goods as you can get them WHAT YOU PAY, is WHAT YOU GET thing that counts in buying clothes. FOR South 12:13 a m s John Anderson of the Pine May 15, 1917. In the Graded school election held last Saturday, 42 votes were Sam Mullins wa. .over from cast, all being for the two candiWi hers this week. dates, who had no opposit ou T. W. H. Fi-- h was in Stanford J. Pennington and E B. Cox. few hoins Wednesday. Hill section has p eumonia. M's E. terd ty have purchased the grocery Miss S'lie llexnolds was with stock and store building of J. S relatives Jin Cutbi i during the La gford and will continue the business at the same old stand. w ek. rem A (ientry was in Liv be ween trains yesterday R . Ben Purcell and Tommy War Oo not wait until you are older message from Lousville says S. Langford is doing to take some life insurance. Do that Mrs it to day, your rate wi be more met ly uex year. Get a North wesiern Hugh Viler was here from iut lai pjlicy from W H. Fish Miami. Okla and seiit a lev Exci em mt is sail running dasdun g the wee n h s retur ed liih 01 the East side over the Aub ey vi tiue at Boone. That there is Aub'ey say from Cii'CinhiCi il in the Boone well is no question lie is goi- g io join the arm v. ut how much is a fact jet o bi Mrs D. B Soutlrird, of Stan for1, was wit. her d ughtei determined. Mis W.G viclle Tuesday. Five thousand people died from Vr.and Mrs Mose Hrady, a'. unerculosis in Kentucky in 1916 Livingtc n were 'guests of Mi ifty eight et these were rest Commencement Exercises at ami Ylts. W. A. McKei zie eve te itsot our neigh be- cou ty Mad Langdon School will be as follows: Sunday. How many of the five t:n housand were .residents of Rock Tuesday night at 7:30 A Musi al A fair sized crowd from hen Recital by the pupils of astleV ex attended tne Bradley at the Presby-eriaercUes at B rod dead Wednsda As lam interested in business Church. everting. sewh-r- e I have decided to leave Friday night at 7.3O the D C. Craig wa It Vernon. I expect to close h Lexingt Operetta will be given on th first of the wvek to j.,lace Lis ap .y offi e Saturday May 19th. iawn at the school if the weathei I dc i v 10 express my appre phration with Armiur & Co , foi permits. Piday night and Sat a position. ciati n to all who have patronized alternoon the pupils worl ue during my stay here Mrs ka, B ntle.v, of Louisvill in sew.ng, cooking basketr F H Conovku. has been with Mrs Ab Spaa nd also chss room work will e Mr. e itl for the patveek It is reported that Naval ex jn exhibition came out and sent Sunday rts have Solved tue piobletn of Saturday night the CommencePearl Landrum ft thi ie dest uc ion et German U Jhn ment Exercises will be hel .1 A M fir to j in th. oats. Secretary Daniels of tht (place to be announced later ) D. partment ac nowledge;-her0. S Navv J hn is an xc Mr George Watson will mak( is foundation ter the report the habit le. t vonng man et s g address. He will also pieacl t is btl eved that elcctricitx Miss Frances Bradley, wh he Baccalaureate Sermon, Suu Ufa a big part in the plans has been with her istrrs a lay night at 7:30 at the Presby-teria- u L iif don Schol for several Church The following be s wvre sue U) her home ii Dai essfu tn securing a thorougl Wednesday and Thursday 01 vile yesterday. red Red Biikslme Pig, givei lext week have been named a Mrs C A Chandler steppe 'av ty the Litiz mis Bank ; de.n up days by the town board Wednesday, on her return Inn in.dhead: "olston Stevens, Bied Those who w 11 hive trash to b Louisville to her home in i oudui ead, J. plin Smith, Hia t, H o hauled away on those days wil and pent the night wi'h hei a lor, Gum Sulp'iur, Home please notify ihe marshal, and ; sister, Mrs E S Albright. hint. Marelburg, Frank Gent agon will be sent to get it It 'piro, Ky W. H. Br..wn was liere fron is to be hoped that every one wil during the week oi Lancaster The Mt. Vern n Fail Asseca join in the "clean up " processioi business. Bogue, as t:e is famil ion is making some enteiwv ind don't forget the trash on th' iarly callou, is one of the niosi lianges and ie airs on back side of the house. Jt t successful live sidflk dealers in 'rounds and fences. The mai .s important to have the back the state and his many frie lean as it is the front. pening will be within 30 feet u are always gl d the road leading out from Boon Mr. and Mrs Ramey Shepherc hear .f h s success J. M Oiai v'ay to the tunnel. Th s will af ire rejoicing over the arrival of o t is associated with h m and frd more level ground on whic tine boy. born a week ago. Mrs every thing tnat K b ugn 1 place the ttractions. Remem Shepherd has been in a very sei i this cou itv ter the firm her the dates aie Aug 8 10 ious condition ever since thcr two E. J Anders m his moved hi. BOREING-DALT- ON rear old baby was burned to death fnnilv bick to Mt Ven o i an about three m nths ago and Married at the h .me of the Gre.n Fish" is occupsiig Rev b ide on Friday May the 4th. Mr which time she was badly butneu M h mse on Richmond street Jimes Dalton and Miss Bertha about the hands. We are glad ti A iderson is running an ex-report her and baby both doing .toreing. ging on the L & F. and as h ticiated. Elder J. W. Riddle of niceley. Mrs. Ddton is th cou'd lot arrange so as to be a laughter of Mr and vlrs Jo.shui County Agent Spence, with home with his famii : he had in toreing. Mr. Dalton is a Son of deciding at nee wha headquarters at Berea, whose trouole Urn Dalton of Terre Haut territory covers portions town to take his family Mt of Madi Indiana and one of our oun is the best town on tht son, Estill, Jackson and Rock Vernon map to live and any one wh f.rmets. We extend to this castle, has been on the job about voung coup e our hearty congrat comes to our little town and stathree years From statistics on ulations. the subject it has baen demonsix mouths will bear wi ness to SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE strated that during the year 19 17. this. the increased production in the CHRISTIAN CHURCH. LOCAL way of crops, improved and betSunday School 9:45 ter horses, cattle, bogs and poulPreaching service 11. This is If any one knows what has betry, in the territory he has workcome of Bill Owens it Livingston, to be a "Mother's Day" service ed, in our icountv, amounted to There will be appYopriate, spec the Signal would like to know. more than $3o.ooo. A good live ial, music; white flowers in mem T. J. Penningtor and J. T. of Mothers who are dead; red County Agent is a most valuable Proctor are making some nice o'y flowers in honor of Mothers who asset. to their front yard . improvements Baptists In 1916 the Baptre living, aud a sermon on J. M Craig bought of Armp Laii lother. Bring somebody s Moth tists had 23 churches io Rockcasa bnoch of bogs for which be paic er. tle, valued at $10,500. MemberChristian Endeavor 6:30 14 cents. Who ever beard of such ship was 27O7. Their Association Preaching service 7:30 bogs in Rockcastle be prices for meeting was held at Flat Rock in fore. Fok Sale or Exchange for 1 9 16 The I9I7 meeting will take good Black place at Clear Creek caurch on Keep smiling. Tho you carry OTHER STOCK:-O- ne Jack, ready for service, 15 hands Sept 4th and 5th. rt try the ligb. heavily trouble! he-meeting smile remedy when Allowing one's mind to dwell J. W. Herndon, - JL others. It is best, even vour bur--m upon troubles only adds to the Berea, Ky. ApTiM9-44- . den sterns too heavy to tear. I misery ther jof. 1 a-- 1 i i Jackson told a Signal representative that his companies, would put down several wells in the Mrs, Rash Makes county and that they would be Statement. gin drilling: in the near future. To the Voters oe He also said that there would be Rockcastle County: several other companies, besides I. Rachel Rash, widow of he these already here, operating in late P. M Rash, want to state to the county, before the summer the public that C. T. Sigmon hai is past. been appointed assessor to fill H. S. Sh?fer beg.;u drilling out the unexpired time for which this week on the Stee Price my husband was elected, and he farm. has agreed that I may have a The Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co. part of the proceeds of the office, has quit work on well No 1 ou and I further sute tint I am perthe Bray farm. This well will be fectly satistied with the part shot at the same Mine the wells which the said C T. Sigmon has n Cummins farm are. given me. Drilling at Brodhe.id has been Mrs Rachel Rash. temporarily suspended Nothing Messrs J. P E. Drummond, W. encouraging has come from well H.Cottongmi and R.G.Webb went n Furnish farm. to Frankfort, Tuesday, to get the Seventeen years ago dry salt charter for the First State Bank of meat was sel in 1 at 8 cents, here Livingston, which will be opened A Mt Vernon gardener killed lor business not later than Junelst 18 full size potatoes bugs on one All the stock has been subscribed, h ll of three potatoes The plants and a large per cent of which is held by citizens in and around were only three inches high. Livingston. The cashier has not See the list, in another column. been named yet, although there of the Committees of Patriotic-Leagueare several applicants. The exA splendid and enterperience of the past few weeks, prising pushers. Do your "bit' especially since the L & N. began in the work. paying by check, has demon We advertise what we have and strated the need of a bank Jor the have what we advertise. convenience of Livingston busiJ. Fish & Son ness men. . In other words it's the quality, the style and the workmanship that are in the clothes that means more to you than the price. We insist on fabrics being , tailored be yond any critizism. The styles are authentic all-wo- ol and the latest expression of what well dressed men will wear this season. So when you come here and pick from among clothes made by America's foremost makers, we assume all responsibility of your satisfaction. You are assured of real personal service. We strive to see that you get just what you want in quality, price and fit in Men's and Young Men's Suits with pinch or plain back Fish's Special light-weig- ht $10, $12.50, $15, $18.50. $20 and $25. I New Spring Hats to suit every head. Our special showing et Panamas for men and young men, are unexcelled. A very large felt hats for spring, including all the newest assortment of shades with or without the farcy sash band. Everything is the Alpine style $2 to $3.50. - Mis-Virgin- ia n i y I 1 L'-uis- a-- y e The Rocko.istle Patriotic League is now fully organized with a central committee at Mt. Vernon and a chairman and Ex cutive committee of five members each in each of the five magisterial districts. Work is proceeding nicely. Meetings ,are being held ihruout the county at the various chool houses in which every at endaut is privileged aud invited 10 speak on the most 'important subject before our people today crps, stock poultry aud the con- ervation thereof. The Central ommittee is lushing the work, by the district commit -- Something New Here Every Day. 9N5 LEADIHO CU? rnwgsa ees. e.-lin- -- Governor Stanley will appoint a board iu each county who -- week-returne- d st I buy-mos- 1 9-- r - ? cough loose and reliev d of those dreadful couching spells It is the oniy co'igli medicine I keep in the housH because I have the' Laurel county is preparing to This most confidence in it" have fifty men represent th it remedy is also good for coltts jounty at the Good Roads meet ind croup ing at Berea next Friday afer noon, and at Rfchmond that n ght Riuht Thing. It is the intenIt is expected tl ere wili be at tion of the Rockcastle Patriotic leust a thousand guests at these League to make the vat ious branch meetings and al! of them from organizations, thruout the county Cincinndi South. The Rockcas permanent institutions. Later istie Fiscal Court expects to attend sues of the Signal will have ar these meetings and it is h ped tides showing the immense bene every one who can will go. The fits to the citizens from the work meeting will be in the interest of of the Community Clubs at Cove, the missing link of the Dixie Orlando, Conway and other points Highwav in Rockcastle and Liurei in our county. Our good friend, and worker in the cause, R. F. counties. Spence, address Berea, governGovernor Stanley's movement ment aid county agent, haS done for organising every county for preparedness in food crop plant wonders in geiting these localities ing was anticipated by Rockcastle to organize and push work along some ten days ahead. On the lines of progress. What has list, as lately announced by the accomplished will be shovn up Governor, on the Coumil of Nat ional Defense for theSoate of Ken- in the articles that will apiear in tucky and committees for organiz- in later and future issues of this ing Agricultural forces, appear Daoer. This is a time in which the names of Rockcastle citizens every citizen of our county should j as follows:: W. J. Sparks, W. M. join Jin this noble and uphiting Bullock, and Dr. Walker Owens. word along. You Rockcastle is the first county m work. Pass the the state to get organized and the don't have to be platform speaker i good work is moving along splen- an orator or a writer to do your didly. bit. Talk to your neighbors; ask ' them to put out bigger crops. SOME GOOD ADVICE. "Don't think too much of vour Get up sooner, work later and own methods. Watch other pee the increase in our county's proPle.'s ways and learn from them." duction of food staples will not only the nation but 'mis is goou advice, esuecia v when bilious or constipated Yon the world. will find many people who use Chamberlain's Tablets for these Moeev to Loan. $2,000 onj a hnents with the best results.and real estate. J. A. Carter, will do well to follow their ex I Apa7-.i- t Mt. Vernon, Ky. ample. pun-shment. md those included between certain given ages must appear a t their voti g places and register Therj is a p nalty for failing or refusing to register and such per sons are liable to arrest and turn will select thiee men in ach votin? precinct to take the egistration of persors who. are subject to the selective draft rovisiens. Due notice regard ng tht age limit, etc , will be givei; BEST REMEDY FOR WHOOPING COUGH. n -- THE CASH STORE MI "Last winter when my little boy hal the whooping couh I gave hiln Chamb rlain's Cough Rem edv," writes Mrs J. B Roberts. Kast St Louis, III 'It kept his ; ROUND TRIP PARE NEW ORLEANS RO (hoi SOUTHERN PI. M.u :?lst i fr JUNCTION CITY RAILWAY SYSTEM T1CEBT8 ON BALE, MAY II, VI, IS, 14, II AND 16, 1911 FINAL RETUIIX LIMIT to reach Junction tit v, prior to midnight of FXTEN'SJOX PRIVILEGE, By rttpowl of ticket not later than May.31t of $1 'X) at time of deposit and piivim-iitFINAL RETURN LIMIT KX I'KNKKI) to reach Junction City, prior to midnight f June Joth Tickets, train service. PuUnitn reservations and detailed information reiraiUinK extension privilege on application C. B. HARBERSON, LOCAL TICKET AGENT. JUNCTION CITY. KY. M.C.KING, DIVISION PASSEr.CER AGENT. LEXINGTON. KY. ' L.ooo mm ooo I Clean, Strong The standing el a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity and character of its management. bt-e- and Safe The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful bankiny and the courteous' treatment extended to all, are its best recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. sur-ptis- e, OOO J PHINf SHOWS THROUGH IMv OSS Condensed Report WATCH US to the Baking Commission GROW. L WITHER Of sveins like that spring is a C. E Mullins is in Jackson this week. The present eold spell DRAFT MEASUKE ADOPTED. Continned from 1st page. PEO PIES 8 STATE GOVERNMENT SUPERVISION AS OF APRIL 10, 1917. ASSETS LOANS BANKING HOUSE, Etc., OTHER REAL ESTATE, DUE FROM BANKS CASH ON HAND, a 9 95.365.34 6.750.00 438.42 31,134.94 3,882.59 $137,571.29 $ 1 1 2 025.75 20,000.00 4,000.00 E .J-JmJ- te i m I , I H 0 INDIVIDUAL DEPOSITS, m g CAPITAL STOCK, g SURPLUS FUND, UNDIVIDED PROFITS, LIABILITIES ylm s U. G. Baker, Pres. W . J. Sparks, Vice-Pres. I F.L.Thompson, Jr., Cashier Floya E. Miiler, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS KgeL.W.Bethurum, S.D.Lewis, John C. Griffin, U. G. Baker, and W. J. Sparks OFFICERS $137,571.29 g 9 gg g :e2BBKn thinj; Th list of countries with which Wm Mack Mrs of Um n;ist ,s .i speaking terms remains verv tick -- Miss Bertha Germany stoadil Guate' DaugheYty npelH Mn lav with 8rows off relatis t Sat her sister, Mrs Chas Durham. Inala broke a,ld tendered to the United of Cruise.-vnv- srs Um Mullins urda' B. Cummins cf Mt Ver- - ,States the use of 'ts harbor, and. The reason given by President non, were in this oait Sunday! and attended church at Red Hill Cabrera is that Gautemala de- Mrs. Raleigh Mullins, of Ctuise. Slred to stand with th United is with her parents, Mr and Mrs States in thn fight for democracy Jones Durham- .- Misses I illie ;hnd the preservation of interna and E'iza Mullins spent Sunday tl0l,al law Bavakia Unfkussianized wh Misses Sudi. an May Du lnm. Mrs Jones Durham Bavaria, Ihe second .largest and Mrs. Sarah A Mollina and state in the German Empire, is two small sons, spent Saturday sai i t. bve had enougn et Prus IS. Mullins Mr. s an leadersuip. W th Mrs C. The Bavarian and Mrs. Fied Mollina look their Premier is reported gone to Vi first trip Sunday in their new anna, to confer witn the Ausuitn Ford 'Th'. re was services at gove.nment on a movement fcr el the Chas. Durham peace. Harconducted by Rev. Losses by U Boats Greater din Sams J. W Cnnstean, of While the British troops have Johnetta. was in this part Sun-dabeen making progress in the Ksti'l Mullins va at Cooks-burnoith of Krauce, Bntair has b d last Tn'sd?y on business new of the suotnarine shuatun. Nat hen Welch, of Bcrm, parsed The dai y average of ed and through here Saturday and was neutral .shi.s sunn has la.e'y calling on the merchants. - Hana doubled, counting only th se over ble Hi nsley, of Cruise, was here he-.- t iGuo tons. figures Sh )v Tuesday -- Rev. Rovy Mnlliusof the average number of such ships Dudley, was in this' part Sunday sunk per day, in eight rece it and assisted Rev. Ponder at ser 2. 1. 2, 2. 1,2 5, 2 4. 2. we ks: vices Sunday and Sunday niyjj . oi. There is some corn planted in 7. As , still further to disc ur ge this part, but the majority of the peeplr have not planted any yet. the Allies, the Gtrm n Admira ty Mrs. John Alien was the guest claims th t oniy six German rats have been lost in two of alt. Louis Allen Sundu. months, while a thousand have been build. GET RID OF YOUR It egins to appeir tha unles iiUKUMAIlM 4. some way can be found to .v r Now is the time to get rid et come the U boats. Great Britain your rheumatism You will find and Ireland willcenainly be starv Chamber Iain's Linin cut a great ed befo;e iniuy months. help. Ihe itlief arhicu it affords is alone worth many times its MUSCLE iRKNESS cost. RELIEVED Unusual work, bending and 1 S-!- Cuts Geumany's Acquaintance. xvvx VnVRBaaVWVPiHnPflSi Children Cry for Fletcher's '9f&W&"9 T?5Tan' W i Hous-Sunda- y The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. "Z Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but Counterfeits, Imitations and All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Exoerience against Experiment. I Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its 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 Fcvcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Ihe Mother's Friend. per-VJT7- if!- Just-as-goo- d" What is CASTOR A g GENUINE ill 1 CyT CASTORIA (Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCNTAUM - The Kind You Have Always Bought COMAPV. ICW VOUK CITY, L'-- b ROUND TRIP I J ROUND TRIP I . I V 9 1 I aV fllHHHBanH W ,i I 7 .SsinulAM " ifTH r WW i m fiaSLH I if? i &m I BFKfPni M iLA iLUi i I m n', ("b'M'TMrtK 'JU J V ?m snrJn n i" !, m LlB w-- y' mm V ir-J'&.- JLj" ye S ' s m rubbing and d ves out th A dear i.u'd. cleanei han mussy planter oi ointments. t do a not st in the skin or il ig the pores Always have a b ttl andy for the pans aches of ir, lumbago gtippe. ruse, s'iffitss hackache and II x rnal pad At all drug 111 lifting or strenuous exerci-- is a strai.. on the mmcies, th y be tome sore and stiff, you are crip pled and in pain Sloan's Lmi bri. g, y(u quLk rel ef iik a.v to apply, it penetrates w.th e &Newport MAY 14 lianitod to $I3.45 J4-J5-16- $6.40 and Mat A May -J7 Liii.irrd u .Inne 1st 15 19 Ac i- Nreaaaa 1 - nt t count Grand Commandar Knights Templar l M1 11 . Qg ;isL, 25c. IVtllU'LIO General Assembly Southern Presbyter ian Church. M,t, 10 -- L m i rm. 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A Tire for Every Seed of Price and Us- e'Nebb' Thai 'Royal Cord' Usco' I'lam' United States Tire Arc Coor Tires nan. innnH United Slctc list and Tire Atxewtn Have .VI '. Sterling Worth ..1 Wear that Make United State Tires Supreme. 3 ftlw 1 n Stat- - Tires are carried by 'Mil nit.-- d .five types United States Tires exactly suite your needs 'the following Sales and Servcie Depot who can fell you which of the BRYANT BROS. chants at this lacj Tuesday T. I. aud Bradley Lake of and S. A. D"ew of Burr. md several of this j lace went lu iockcastle River fistung biila and Saturday All teport an en- j yable time. bM not many h Misses S Ihe, Ada and Lil i 14 and 15 vlulhns sjient Friday night with heir aunt Mrs. Fred dullinsaid Limited to Mav 19 IJMITKIl To 3 DAYS Saturday night with Miss Dora F saLK PKDM DAT1 s vlullin.s. John (Jrifhn L S-rVred vliillins, Chas. Alln 4id & Edd Owens were it. ( incin a. ACCOUNT ACCOUNT fid y and Saturday and wn.h lieie F E vndhns pmchis d Grand Commandry Spring Race Meet rd an l returned in it -Tempiar Ur Web , hI Li inari t" 1. wa i. ing Churcnill his pirt iht hr-- t et the we ,i of Kentucky Mavii Downs Mr and rtra E id IJobinson and lM '.v u little son. were the guests of Vlr .gs, of I iv and Mrs. Th s ingston, Sa'urdav and Sun I iy , hours of 9 it'cloch a. m ''il a Janu iy --' l'.U. until pud. iub- : th-- ' Fallowing cf Mrs. Wm. Black is very sic this o'cl x;k p. m, upu a cr Ii' f j c Jmm. -- 7. 1!1"; fill o fclx months, the fiillnalag Ts n t s.i . week Seme few hiVd be'u .). lacannd nt ; Jan 37, i!'15, plant corn 11 this pir: ..t iers ed projx-- i ty, 7 !!,) Jlin '- lv,t5 d any SU) irj A tract of and in have not p'ow U PUI" fencing in n gardens but most and d ckson Cuntt-s- , K nti.-- . P2 '.P"" t( be busy try on the o'd Stnie Kud and bound l "V every on seems ing to g-- t ready to rais? cm, ed as follows; ,, ii 1 t etc. Miss El z.i Mu hn -- ffi.t et" potatoes fr ii Byinni a ehesnut and an h iv n i t spent Sunday with h r c usin dogwood in hie .f )ifk Sctt jndai nt Hidden will 150 yds Ka) kHH of s.iiu p d to OQ n, y prMB)t4lj W th Mis Ma Miss Risie Mullins. Mullins, of Cruis is w.th Scott's house, on pinit of a rdye; tUeso term mie theoeea straijf t ine u he.st G. S. Onhv vi C Mrs Vltlvin B.ir ,el to a d her 'tw ed rear ih t p of t Hill Ow ns of dt ridy ; theme ntrtrnn-shis wee'--: Warn t Vern n was wi h h s irot r, Eu.i alnut on the top of the cliff: of this place Saturdiy and Sun thence with the cliff and hViri For Infants and Children arou .d with field to day Sundav School is progress east corner the Russell the .south et Howard's In Use For Over 30 Years ing nicelv at Red Hid and cav-Kid- fie d, at the top of the ridg- - ; Alwajra bears Y Church thn e a strnight line crossing- - t e Signature of QGtjtflfiGtSbl State Koed to a black oak on the COMMISSIONER'S SALE. east side s de of the road; thenc Rockcastle Circuit Coukt south with sdrl road tc a whit-op.- k PROPER FOOJ FXJR WEAK Plaintiff. and douhle gum. a distance B. H. POWELL. STOMAC5HS. of 660 ft.; thence a straight line The Tronar frkrvl f..r ..r. v-- : coMmhssioner's sale, m, same dir c ion, to the oranch in may al, wnm4f for aQotber NiCELEY, Admr of TJ tl.e hollow; thence down .he hoi- - Every one should adopt a dut David Celk, Dec'd. &c , Defendants low to a beech, thence north 1 3uite4 to his age and occupation M..rg-Faubush's line; thence By virture of a Judgment and with said Faubush's line cross Tnse who have weak Utomachs need to be especially careful and order of sale of the Rockcast'e in the State Road, to two lare ghould eat slowly unj masticate Or.nrt rendered at th white oiks; thence ith the same their tuir,mvnv I1UUII it i. -- i. , ii, i Q19U " 1'upun, - important that they in ino uu uown tne crteic ra April Tetm, IgU. thereof, keep tbeir above cause. I shall proceed to et- Scott's line; thence with the same bowels regular. When they Decontaining 80 come constipated or when they fer for sale at court house door tn the begii ul and stupid after eatmg, iv sufficient in Mt. Vernon, Ky. to the highest acres, more or and Oest bidder, at pubic auc- - thereof ter "produce the srnn of s.rnthHn ih. and mov, trte bowels Th." tiofl. on Monday, May 28th. 101. f 100 00 with lei?l interest fr...n beiug regular i'ounty Court day January tin, 1914, Ur til t aid. and are easy tu ta.e and peasant iq j for said county, between the fldU.UJ wiin leai interest from , meet.. Cincinnati Louisville ri-- $680 MAY Knight $4.20 May 11th vle-sr- B.B. L. K. R.R. Ivi . 1 -- ti'-w- i! -,- n t.r,wlu,' r- i .i I r-;ibut sier i r CASTORIA ge a-- ' -- i.a ni, ss, a-- ..'J