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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. 1917 NUMBER 49 ,, LfcJb8N A Lis Always "On the Job The right kind of clothes at the prices are almost enough to sell themselves. But there's another factor the personal element. Lot's of people come here to -- 5 -- buy because they're sure of going away with a smile And a customer's smile is worth as much to us as our profit on the goods he buys The satisfied person comes back ten-cent A The size of a purchase is only au item. Wo figure that a sale and a pleased customer are more valuable in the long run than a ten dollar sale and a "never come back." Make us prove our willingness to serve. Our stocks are especially attractive right now. Sutton Notes By "J. M." & McBee KY. cenre- ilT. VERNON, recent gift made him of a Boone Way man, tury old dueling pistol, by the proposes Rains have put a different look ciprocating the favor by furnupon things Miice my last writing ishing the lattert personage with the home paper. an old cavalry saddle a rope U. C. Davis stopt over a few bridle and and a left footed army minutes here, some days since, spur to be .used on the "stick while on his way to Louisville, horse" that will likely .be prein his Henry buzz wagon. Char- sented the Ihighway man by his ley undo Ins family have many admirers from a certain mouniriends in Clark's capital. The tain county who fell down on glad hand Jis eagerly extended their promise of a tin Lizzie to them whenever they visit old promoter of a highway thru the Cumberlands. The Captain proWinchester. Rockcastle didn't make the war showing of Larue county where 132 recruits were examined, 132 passed and the 132 'claimed no exemption. Bieathitt and Lee counties, it is said, were the two counties in the nation in which poses to erect a reviewing stand at the court house and view the procession of "the lone (stick) horse mau parading Main street of Winchester. The old soldier suggests that the '"fiery untamed (wooden) steed" be named for that mounno draft wa& required, they having furnisht their quota of men tain county town that didn't make good on its tin Lizzie bv volunteers heretofore. Clark county barely escaped a third promise. call. Two eggs and cup of coffee 25 cents is the latest restaurant A party of auto tourists from Danville and Winchester arrived bump that the writer has rein Wyoming last week, making ceived. If this thing continues the trip of 2,o00 miles on ll54tllis road man win likely have to gallons of juice; averaging al- walk home or ride that "stick most 18 miles to the gallon. horse." Possibly this particular hash manager wishes us to put Only one puncture on the trip". to further test our fiberoid soled Wasiota, the station near Pine-vill- e shoes which, in their varied was named for an Indian journeyings have gone more tribe that used to pass thru than 5,000 miles between Masover that route on hunting ex- sachusetts and the Mexican cursions into Kentucuy. The border. Fifteen hurdred miles original spelling of the name of this travel was made in walks was"Ouisioto." Another Indian over Clark county roads in 1916-1name is used for a railroad staThe shoes were purchased tion in Clark ccuutv Wyandotte. last summer at 7. When the heart with grief highways through that state. thereon, and if Tfithin reach is heavy The writer enjoyed Friday Mr. Shatts is farming in the Homy depietea uaUK rou, 111 ioric And the eyes are dim with over." evening last, the hospitality of Fred Sowder sold his Ford to sier state and Is making good. tears. the ramily of our esteemed friend Jerry Singleton sold a three W. J. Majors, at Bandy, for Listen mm, to the response of George M Kiser editor of Win When the world looks cold the noble old gentleman: "I $25o.oo, and lelt for Cincinnati month old colt to John Fug: te and dreary chester Daily Democrat Mrs. cannot sell it to you, but as voh last Sunday morning, taking Wal for $5o, Mrs. Wm. Laws relumAnd your hopes gives place are a blood relative of the great ter smith with him, returning ed to her home near Louisville Kiser was Miss Annie Warren of to feais, Stanford. Mi-,- s May Warren, a frontiersman, Indian (fighter, Monday with a new Saxon Junior. after spending two weeks with sister, is an attractive and popu- - As we travel on life's journey Daniel Boone, I gladly give it to This is a tine little car and her father Tilden Frith, and oth-- f lar visitor of the family in their many a weary mile, you. "This expression placed mo Fred seems well pleased with the r relatives. W. O Yadsn has Uver elegant apartment home on North How it brightens up the land- in a condition too full for utter- change. J. W. Tale sold a house been confined to his bed for sevMain street. scape ance, but tit goes to show hi and lot to E L. Harris this week eral days and it is feared he will If we meet a friendly smile. Hemp harvesters, blue grass heart i always in the right lor $350. This is the property develop typhoid fever. Mr. and plac;. This grand old man of formerly occupied by the late O. Mrs. L. B. Hilton Mortored over machines, stripping tobacco To the Livingston pencil planters, traction gang plows, er: Sharpen up now and W. Turpin. Arch Robeats, of from Stanford Tuesday afternoon that "hleistiff'i French extraction is manure spreaders, self binders, and liit. 'em up j ears "engaged in Monon.Ind., was here last week and spent the nisrht with her aain."- Don't ha been a monument that will the guest of 0. H. Frith and oth- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass corn harvesters, hay stacking get skeert. One of tke good building Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Potrf left machines, hay balers and ted- parts of Signal is missing endear his stainless name to all ers. when on Wednesday's early train for Orrin Willin has accepted a ders are some of the numerous vou fail to" true Kentuckians. Ten thou Borne to the bat. position as assistant agent with Backhanuon, W. Va., where Mr. things the writer had never seen Plsiv ball. sand thanks for the generous in operation until his sojourn in g,ifVaud may all the coming the L. & N., R. R. Co., at this Potorf enters college. It will be Capt. Sam M. Boone, a veteran years spared to you be tilled to place, and seems much at home necessary for them to remain Clark couutv. Neither had he seen any tobacco cutting during of the war of the GO's has this overflowing with everything calBoston Elder was recently pro- there four years in order for Mr. the pist half century. Loose to say in the Winchester Dally culated to bring about that hap- moted from the position of assist- Potorf to complete the college leaf tobacco market was another Democrat: piness and peace which" passeth ant agent to operator, and is how course. These good people have thing he had not seen before. on the Main Line near Bowling-green- . been with us most two years and "I am the. proud owner of a human understanding." Misses Ethel Geiszl, of during this stay have in.Bde a host How quickly time passes and valued relic, and 1 would be less Crab Orchard, and Clyde Roberts of friends. Mr. Potorf is an able age creeps upon one before he th'au hunnn were I tov neglect of Monon, Ind., were guests of minister of the Methodist church, CATARRH CANNOT BE is aware of it. It seems but a through your live paper! to exand we regret to lose him and his Miss Elnora Frith last week. CURED short time since I came to Mt press my high appreciation. estimable wife. with Local Applications, as they School began Monday with J. L. Vernon to take the railroad Col. Jim Maret, the origina cannot reach the seat of the di- Pilkentou, as principal, Mr.Richie agency, when I was a boy of 21, ter and prime mover Notice. 1 will move to my in 'what is Miss Dora Vance, Mrs. J. J Id property on old Main street, just 40 years ago on first d.iy of called "The Boone Way" some sease. Catarrh is a local disease and Miss Terapeat Ward back f court house. Will serve die present August. Babies of days ago preseuted vto greatly influenced by constiturjme a that day have grandcbildreti of English duelling pistol, a der- tional conditions, and in order to teaehets. Miss Vance is from aaeals at same price. their own. Nearly all of the ringer, which was used cure it yon must take an internal Hardin county, aad Mr. Riohio Septj Mrs. D. C. Price. 90 years older people- have past over the ago, to wit, in 1827, in a duel remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi- came here from Cincinnati. The JM 1ER COMPLAINT. river. The (county and town fought at San Antonio. Texas,in cine is taken internally and acts enrollment for the first day Tras more than 2oo and has been inhave virtually been repeopled. "The Lone Star state." The thru Jthe blood on the mucous creasing every day. Miss Vance During the hot weather of the The population of Mt. Vernon weapon remained loaded 1870 surfaces of ithe system. Hall summer .months some member was itoo and the county Medicine was prescribed and Mr. and Mrs. Richie have tak- et almost every family is likely had until March 1917 when Col. Mar- Catarrh en rooms with Mr. and Mrs. B. 78o0 people, today it shows 1260 et removed the powder and ball, by one of the best physicians in T. Young. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. t6 be troubled with an unnatural and 15,000 respectively. The the percussion cap having been this country lor years. It is loosoaess of the bowels, and it is Shutts and Mrs. Perry Porter, of of the greatest importance that barn-lik- e town had a large dilap- taken oil' many years ago. composed of some of the best idated old building, sitting on tonics known, combined with Danville, Ind., arrived Tuesday this be treated promptly, which The present owner expects some of the best known blood and will spend sereral weeks can only ba done when the medithe hill, called a school house; some ninety or a hundred feet of some day to load her, aud then purifiers. The perfect combina- here with relatives and friends. cine is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F. brick and stone sidewalks and "woe ba unto the Scribes and tion of the ingredients in Hall's Mrs. Porter is a cousin of oar R. cott, Scottsville, N. Y., states, probably as much plank walk the Phaiisees." When I found the Catarrh Mediciae is what pro- H. Hamm, and this is the tirst "I first Hsod Chaaaberlain's Colic remainder plain dirt The tele- - weapon belonged to Col Maret, duces such wonderful resuhs in time she ever saw her Kentucky and Diarrhoea Remedy as much phone was not in geueral use I went directly t his office, and catarrhal conditions. Send for relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sh.rtts as five years age. At that time have a number of relatives and I had a severe attack of summer anywhere in the world. Electric after exchanging the salutations testimonials, free. complaint and was suffering inlight was yet to be invented, as of the day, I said: Colonel you F. .1. Cheney & Co., Props.. To- friends here. Mr. Shutts owns tense pain. One dode relieved a farm of 07 acres lytng within a me. Other members of my famwere electric traction lines, wire- have a piece of personal proper- ledo, O. All Druggists, 75c. mile et the city of Danville, and ily have since used it with like less telegraphy, airplanes the ty which I want; if you cannot Hall's Family Pills for bordering on two of the great results." moving pictures, the submarine give it to me, please gtix a price boat and many other things in common use today. jssseeeeeeeseeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeceeeececceseeer 7 jeeeccececeoceaccccceccBCCCCCe) eeeeeecc.aac eeeeeeee..,: .. ! ..ZaX a . The writer has just been pre" . i . 7. r seuted a copy of the latest, best ee G8e and most accurate wall map of ee -- ee ee Kentucky, by the jNational se 3o. -- ee SO" Map Company, Indianapolis S ? ee We iurnished much of Jthe road o ee e ee -- ee data to the publishers, last -- ee -- ee year. Besides being plain and SO -- ee Be. ee distinct, the map shows all avail-roa- d -- ee fie ee and traction lines, giving 38. -- ee -- ee distances between every station. j)0. -- ee -- ee All cities, towin, villages, cross-- ee Be -- ee roads and post offices gare given a 5Sw ee -e place. All the main highways 9iim 3e -- ee Se -- ee are shown by heavy red lines, 3a -- ee -- ee the inter-count- y seat roads and ee 9r Mltf -- ee many of the lesser traveled ones ees.. -- ee -- ee appear therefore. The National 80 -- ee BO... -- ee and transcontinental highways -- ec -- ee such as The Dixie, Jefferson SO.. 09 -- ee Davis, Boone Way and the Mid- So ee OS -- ee land Trail are given the best Os. go.. ee 06e. representation. ee Btto' . ee eThat which makes the writer the Ba ee ?e proudest is the fact that our ee.. HI Mt. Vernon originated road, the Sti. Ce. Boone Way, covers a large space Cos.. 09.. and is given the most prominence 90.. of any highway en the map. The SOltM lettering along the lines showing .. So up in almost box car size. ee oe., We would be glad for every roads man, and especially those so.. CO interested in our highway thru ee se the Cumberlands, would secure oe a copy of this most authentic, e complete and reliable map. In ee e& our next Jetter we will advise (JO.. about prices and places where t ee vj ee the map may be gotten. ee On6 is sometimes let to almost CO" o oelieve that letter writing will ee.. ee., soon be numbered among ihe ee lost arts. Some of our friends ee es rite at times; many of them never, not even replying to letters ee.. ee ritten to them. We believe the ee ee e following words were attributed to Robinson Crusoe while so- eo ee journing on an uninhabited island ee ee Be of the seas. ee ee . 55" "Oh ye winds from across ee ee the sea, ee ee a'veeeeeVM Waft some friendly word window. OD H EAD I 1 I I fr , Al-drig- ht - I ee. F ! 89. 9o. ee. a.. ee. (r eea, (..... 09aotltti)ia9Btliltltftltlilltiil(li9( ... .............. ...... .............. .......... gtsidiiiiiiiiiiiitililllll m m m S381 DELIVERED O -- THE CAR HAS NOT CHANGED THE PRICE HAS NOT CHANGED 3 9a. ee. e. so, OUR SUPPLY IS LIMITED AND THE PRICE CANNOT LAST fie, Sv ee. ee. t ee. ee. ee. CO-ee- 16381 DELIVERED IF YOU YES! ACT NOW ee Rob was lonesome others be Fish's store came so at times .when .long ab Capt Sam Boone, the old vet- where later they will appear on sent from familiar scenes aud AA.. eran soldier, appreciating the exhibition in their front show faces. ' .!!! to me." ee ee THE BRYANT GARAGE . 1 .pew f ee. r - J ee. 11m ee. tje- ' :::::.:: 21 - . a ....:.:.:.... 1 .- : ::.:::.::.: i :..::...... H : : ? J? ? ! Hi i m K. fax S wffgTae - ;! Z2222iMf ::: i it u. - lar 8 M -2 -ee - ee : . .ti fc 1 . Ai.ia, Bir-ii--i- k . mi,m - r - cacacacacacacacacacacacacav5 'flH Ce.tftfBH eaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeai ' ammmmammammmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmJZi,mmmsmimaimma) MT.VtRNON SIGNAL . bum. He loafer anil never did a lick et work until hfa -gstep-dadd- y run bn r If from , I917 vlDAY, AUg. home last fall. He an at to the county seat. and just before Pu6l:uti evtiy Friday by starving to death, accepted a job EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. as chambermaid in a livery stable As soon as ma found out where e went and got him $I.O he was OBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR tir.il-boru if i HO PL W P P u ! i.irs '. J ami brought him homo. He now Advertising ratrs maue knoun on ivsides at the home of his wife's father and says he has n dohniUapplication plans for the future. iSiwe w It have a hard row to hrc - Da bt ) The above article is copied and printed for a purpose and A.cnsmu Merchant-"W- ell well then, we sincerely hope it will hit BCbn .1 was run over, knocked done, let us pray." where it is needed. When the down ami seriously hurt.--Re- v Mrs. J H Owens has returned local paper fails to tell the whole Joiirs. of Liv'n and Rev. homo after a few days visit with truth don't you think it shoulc CNrnoieal of this place have been relatives at Level Green. Mr be appreciated, and when a mis :uio.nir a ii!'o:raciea meeting at , THE TRUTH EDITOR TSLLS take occurs don't you think it is Line creek Mrs Mary Arnold ud Mrs I W. Mann, of Pari-to give the pool spent Sunday with Mrs Martha have ret D rued home after a A West Texas editor got tired good taste visit with Mrs Mann s pa OT railed a ,4liar" because editor, the benefit of the d.ubt Kiit'V. - liasie Nkseley, of Lccii ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walton of aa mvasional typographical spendand, Ohio, who Ivis THE LATEST WAR NEWS J. A.Oliver the hustling salts error or a slight disarrangement ing several eeka with hone-- f man. of Winchester, was with our President Wilson has written of facts in publishing a common lUs, has rot a rued t his work merchants Tuesday. W. E Gray pLice nes item. In bis wrath Secretary Baker, expressing ; We ire bavin? a great drou h he announced in bold face type view trat the drafting of marrk 6 in this ri a d water ia dried up rill move hi fa mil r o Patio, Ky. Uic fust of the month where he men who are heads of families n s .me places. as follows: has a position as first trick opera-lor- . "A lot of people in this town should be carefully examined to Miss tiula Guiim, of Paris, fall out with the editor and avoid, if possible, and expressing is visiting her grandparents. Mr brand hiui as a liar when the or ihe view that single men should and Mrs J. B. H.yse Mr. Dock dinary human mistakes of life be taken where it is Carter and daughter. Miss Paeaie The Italian troops on the Ison show up in the newspaper. You and Mrs. C A Blanford and have a little charity aud fellou zo front are marching t coin daughter, Miss Ella Mae, mor felling for every man in town plete victory according to a re rored to Bpringfied, Ky.. Tuesday but the editor. You claim that port from Home. The Italians George Griffin, who is located you want the farts and da m if are apparently making one of it Lexington, wa with home I don't give em to you Read the greatest efforts of the war folks latter part of last week. the next issue of this sheet and and have taken Austrian posi His company will 111 a few days you will see some facts with the tions hitherto regarded as im stove to Mississippi. Dr. Walk 14-15-- 16 bark off I'll admit that I havt pregnable. Their first feat was er.of Lesigtoit, who Is with the been a liar, an editorial liar, ihe crossing of the lsonzo, aim Lexington solJiers, was here ever since I have been editing their latest the taking of Montr TO SEPT. 25 LIMITED Tuesday to ie Im many friend-befor- e this sheet, but have never printed Santo, more than 2,000 fee leaving for the South -a lie in these columns eacept to liigh, which dominates all th fudge and Mrs. T. F. Dees and save somebody's feelings from defense on the road to Triest daughter, have returned fron being hurt. I'm not afraid et New gains have been made b Laurel county where they h;iv ACCOUNT any of you and I'll be dad blamed the French on the Verdun front, been visiting relatives if I don't print the plair truth nundiug out the victory begun Sovereign Grand Mr and Mrs J T O'mary am from now on, or until you get on Monday. Paris reports that hildivn after a c uple of week Lodge of out of the habit of calling me a in advance has .been made visit with relatives at Stanford Hill 3O4 and three fortified Septi liar every time I make a litth Danville, Lexington and Louis unavoidable typographical error works near Bethincourt haw vdle have retimed hoine.-Mr.- an been captured. Watch my smoke." M:s Dock Carter have returnee At the direct suggestion o! NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. from Here are some paragraph;-culleBoston, Kv. -- Miss Lille Sealed bids will be received for Piesidciit Wilson, Provost Mar from these neit issues: Clifford, of Chicago, III., is vi,it John Bennin, the laziest mer hall General Crowder telegraph the ereettoa of the substructme ing her aunt, Mrs. A S. Ward if llound.stone Creek bridge un'il ehant in town, made a trip to ed to all Governors a suplemnntal W. A. Iliad Mr. and Mrs noon Saturday, September l.iyi? explanation of regulations gov Belleville yesterday. a social at their home a fev At the same time nealed bids will gave John Coyle our grocery in an 'ruing the status of married men be received and opened for Hie evenings ago in honor of then who voted with th Republicans-i- under the selective service law. rection of two cousin. Miss Miss Lillie Cliff ore 30 foot Tee Beam 1q6. aud who consumes more President Wilson states la lib Spaas, and substructure for of Chicago, III Mr. Snin Ward opinion that the decision directmailorder whiskey than any has returned to his home in Ch ing local boards 'to establish tin same, oer Clear Creek, near Wildie other member of the Baptist Plans and specifications cage, 111 , after a two weeks visit fact of dependents in addition in hlo in this office for all of the church in this county, is doing with his mother, Mrs. A. S to the fact of marriage ought above work Fiscd Court re- Ward W If. O'Dell and Jim a poor business. His store is serves dirty and dusty. It is a wonder not to be abrogated.'' This all bids. the right to rci ?ct any or Arnold are in West Va. Each F. 11 Mattinc:LY, leaves the regulations as they art be has any business at all. have a job there, and write th t Road Engineer and the supplementary stateRockcastle County. they are well satisfied. Mr. and .ug3l Rev. fcitye preached last Sun ment is designed merely to make Mrs Rice Walton, of Pineville. day night at the Christian church the application of the rules uni after spending a few davs hen His sermon was punk and un- form among all beards. Under with relatives, have returned interesting, eicept some stuff he the new orders, due to rail con Mrs. J. H. Browning is visit- home Mrs (J. D. Cook wbouea quoted from Bob Ingersoll for gestion, 5 per cent, of the white ing her mother, Mrs Magee, at been on the sick list for some which he tailed to give Bob any men, preferably those with mill Crab Orchard this week. Mis. time, seems to be improviug credit. He also recited a few tary txDerience from each local passages from one of William area, will be started forward to Ed Shea and children, of Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mottingh 111 . have been visiting Mrs. D. B. and child re-'- , of Covington, havt Elbert Munt-ey'sermons and the camps September 5, instead Rain be, for the past week John returned home after a few days had the gall to palm it off as his of 30 per cent Albright, of Mt. Vernon, pent visit with relatives here Miss own. Another smashing blow by the the day in Livir.gstm Saturday Ruth Burton, of Middlesboro, is Dave Chartier died at his home Prench on the right bank of the Messrs. Edgaj Albright, of visiting relatives here this week. two mile6 north of this place, Meuse in the Verdun sector net Mt Vernon, O. A. Blanford and last Thursday night. Dock Hold ted a gain of about of C. J. Rice of this place, went to STOMACH AND LIVER erness who is an old friend of a mile on a front of two miles Cincinnati Friday night where TROUBLES. toe iainily a tended him a and a half, giving the French Mr Blanton purchased a Bnick No end of misery and actual before he died. He gave possession of the Fosses and machine, aud they all mortored suffering is caused by disorden-oit out that Dave died of heart Beaumont wood and bringing back to Mt Vernon Saturday. the stomach and liver, and ma failure. That is a lie Dave died them to the 'outskirts of the vil Mr. and Mrs. J H. Hamilton, be avoided by the use of Cham from drinking too much of a poor lage of Beaumont. of Jackson county, who have been berlain's Tablets. Give them a grade of mail order liquor. This President Wilson tightened the visiting W. N Risjizs. of this trial They only cost a quarter. paper prints the truth. Government's control of exports place have returned home We Tom Spradlin married Vfiss last night bv iasahtg an order see a few lines from our old CONTRIBUTIONS TO ILLITERACY FUND in last weeks Cordie Meador last trades' day forbiddiug the shipment of any friend James goods to European neutral conn issue of the .signal; and he smote The following is a list of those at the county seat. It ain't generally known, but the marriage tries except under license, and us on our cheek, but we will turn contributing $l.oo to Illiteracy was brought about mainly by a by extending the lists for which the other and give him another Fund not previously reported. Remington shotgun, manipulated license is required in shipment chance. We will wa;t until he The list is as follows: W. G. Mcliee. H. T. Young, by the bride's father. Tom con to the Allies and neutrals other gets tame and lays down a few more gaps. But my friend there R. A. Welch, Logan Bryant, T J. cludin' that marrin was the than European countries to in healthiest thing he could do un clude cotton, all meats, sugar and is a limit, and thus far shall you Pennington, Mrs J. W Brown. ttl other arrangements could be most of America's other Pvnnvt. go and no farther. We see our W. B. Reinke, Mrs Fannie AdAJ'" commodities. Gold or bullion old friend R of Brodhead, has ams, F. F. Warren, W. C. Fra made. from his RipVanwinkle zier, Fred Krueger, Jr., E F Br Roger Lloyd, cashier of state must now be licensed for ex awakened sleep, and has appeared upon the ant, W.A Cromer, D. W. Grubb bank at Willow Grove, died Wed port. scene again So his pen has been James Chaney, W. G. Niceley, nesday evening and was buried NOTICE TO BRIDGE COMstill for some time, but perh ps August Hrueger. J. B. Mullins, Friday by the Odd Fellows in PANIES. he has been to take another dip Claude Griffin. J. W. Rider, John Pleasant Mount Cemetery. He Sealed bids will ne in the fountain of youth, Mrs. Taylor, A. H. Hamlin, C. C. Da- received un has been taking this paper sev- til 12 noon, Saturday, Sept. 1, J. B. Havs was called to Paris vis, C. H. Frith, E. R. Gentry, en years, and so fa- - hasn't paid for the erection of ooe 60 foot Sunday riht on account of the W. H. Krueger, T. J. Niceley, J. us a cent; we think that he be- span over Roundstone Creek, near illness of her grandchild, Bill M Craig, W. M. Bullock, Chas. ing a banker, would pay some Roundstone Station, on State Aid Hughes. Mr. and Mrs Ed Chandler. J. B Noe. time. We will sell the account Road No. 102A1. Also for the Herd, of Richmond, are visiting The total contribution for Rockfor two bits' worth of fresh greens erection of one 90 foot span over Mrs. Herd's Parents, Mr. and castle was $93. Married: Miss Susie Scruggs Roundstone Creek, near Lang-for- d Mrs. Thomas Farley. Well, "old king coal" has took a Station. The above work to and Horace Guffin, last Saturday, at the Methodist parsonage, include flooring system and erec- tumble and it begins to look like Rev. James C. Williams officiat tion complete. Plans and specifi we will be able to warm our shins ing. The bride is a very ordi cations on file in this office. Fis- cheaper than we immagined. aUnaa fQ W' T nary town girl who flirts with cal Court reserves right to reject Now, if flour, meat and a few all the traveling men she meets any or all bids. other things wordd take a sudden H. Mattingly, F. and never helped her mother drop, what a smile would gather Road Engineer on our faces; aud besides meat is three whole day all put together Rockeastie County. so high now that a man is in her whsle life. She is any almost ashamed to look a hog in the face. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEB thing but a beauty, resembling a O A little fun now and then is fdR FLETCHER: gravel pit in the face, and walks relished by the best of men, and a duck. Tbe groom is a uat KY. . ic-t- IMNTUCKY PRKSS MHMBHR OF A S.SCMJIATION Pitchfork. spent certain merchant a d his atckoiaseveral daVa w.th relatives at wcui iiwoii iue iiuovin alogue some time back: BrcdL.'t' last week. ttev. Car Kleuhaut Iu clerk- - "Have v a tiding a protracted n'cal is put all the sand in tua suga it neotiiu at Joed Hope church gi near liuca Creek. Emmette; win near: " Gentr is seriously ill with fever.1 Clerk 'Ytv Merchan- t- Have ft u put all' Rot. ies will preach at Ml. the water in the coal oil and vinePisjrah Saturday and Sunday ,. ,. gar they will bear?" ansa uerwa larmic 11, et Mt. uieiK "Yes. Vermis, is spending the week Mercham- - "Have vmi fixed the with homo folks. The ix year aoaleS for I4 ounces tu the old" daughter of Mr. and Mrs pound?' Harrison Ramsey, while p'ayiug Clerk -- "Ves." with so; he !;. rger pupils at Mac.-Mi- vr T T iatakep che something it 9n hefe 1, ter t A mi .,,m t j m m - goe: r "t: fcowdor fr ' Lvery uoe or i nem cidlO 1 r c "! sn 11 11 "We'll Deposit Our Money with the few-day- This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. Bl Kentucky " ;u-in- g be-.-- "WATCH US GROW" List of Pebsohs Called by Lo cai. Hoard Who Fail to Report and to Examination. Si-bm- po.-sdfol- e. ROUND TRIP a R.H. MILLER 0 Ge. a W. Jones, Livingston, U1S vine serial No. dot), call No. 254. Pa Lee Renson Roy, Hazel h. serial No. 824; call No 337 $5.20 Sept. L.&N.R.R. Einmett Tayloi, Gum Sulphur, serial No. 964; call No. 343. Millard Arnold, Cedarville, in j:iil at Somerset, serial No. 1; call No 882. LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon. Jehu Aleora, Cooksburg, serial No. 40; call No. 417. RED CROSS NOTES. The Red Cross Juniors, com posed of a bunch of the younger women of town, served lunch at our Headquarters durirg several days of court clearing 00 for Red Cross fund. Our K niting Club will be ready to commence the io3 suits need' d from this ounty, next week Everyom who will dc kaiting must furnish needles. Instructions and yam can be procured it headquarters la'er part of next week. This work must be pushed. All parties haying new meni-K- rs must " f th.'ir me nbersl ip fee to P L D irhan Secretary, b rore Sept y for monthly report to Washington. CALL ION US 1 1 m m if you need anything d LaORI in the drug line Prescription H'o k a aWMfVl PHONE 0 1 39 n - :3X2:xxzo2xz2a:. zu 0 u Mt. Vernon Graded High School AN ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL LIVINGSTON Life s Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of A Standard lt School Coiir of Stately. Tboroagll Training and a General Review for Teachers 11i EIGHT WELLTKA1NKD TEACHERS First Term Begins September 10. 1917 T. N. enK. B a " From the time tered I Palmer, Okla., writes: 1 Nef. Caasnaaa Cox, lacatamra two-third- s ... looked with dread from one month to the irf- into womanhood leu-minute- s f next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and 1 gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . 1 decided to 1). II. LYON, 1MMMI1MI. MT. VltKNON, KT. .. V M-r- .t. TAKE ROUND TRIP I ROUND TRIP Atlanta 1 The Woman's Tonic took fear bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have aot a pain. . . " It Iras now been two years since I took Cardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female IJ I 5 Lexington $?-5- 5 Aug 27 to Sept. IN( LISIYK 1 V September 3.40 2-3- -4 "I LIMITED TO SEPT. Limited to Sept. 3 L.&N. E.B ACCOUNT L. & I. B. B. ACCOUNT Natural Baptist Convention (Colored) Aug 30 Colored Fair, Agriculture & Mechanical Association. Aug 30 trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up y ourrun do wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cards!. It helped her. We believe ft will help you. -- J. CMeCLARY M Low Round-Tri- p Kentucky State Fair Excursion Ticket- - on Sale Sept. 10 to 15, via TO Fares All Druggists Ml Louisville & Nashville R. R Good returning until Sepr. 17. For further particulars apply to local agent L. fe N. R. R. or write R, D. Pusey, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. Sepi3 OMiareu STANFORD, M . - atofcl MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vkknon Ky, Au II, 1917 79 wt nt luC ommitnl one SICNAI. up No with a, "y fi tOUISV'LLE days. Master V ilham Fish who was so very sick hut week, is un eh better and is now out of danger. Mr. :inl Mrs. K. J. McKinnov are rejoicing ever the arrival of a fee boy bebj, born this morning. Mrs. Eliza Joplin and daughter, Miss Annie Ferril, of Lineinm-ti- , are visiting relatives in the couna "? sick for ",? i- - 4 NSHV!L'.t P R CO. I Mrs. Sarah Rickels, of Cincin TIME TABLE. nati, .is spending a lew weeks . cc nm 22 iiortn. ' With HI' n. Ii', .. Hf !. V T -- ' ,,or,n l)avis ini ohei r(,;itiV(;s n inajnaj " . I (1 . '; rA mA WKMA ft FALL Announcement Fish's new fall suits are here. The buying season is started in earnest. You may now see here the real styles that are being worn in New York and other fashion centers. THE NEW CLOTHES WE SHOW YOU ARE "LIVE ONES, FULL OF PUNCH AND GO" WITH LOOSE BELTS AND SLANTING POCKETS & All the REST that GOES TO MAKE . -- 1 i:ioam Agent. Jah. Phone No. 8. red at wroiil-eias- Usiiki m, .Misses Margie end Sadie Par- Renfroe's their aunt, Mrs et" ; sons, creek, visited Kd ir rTonstOf, Mt s Ky. PosteH mail matter. near Pr rdhead. Saturday and Sunday '. ' I ) and Harlan this week tin bu have typhoid fever, two of whom iness. are hotter. Willie, the oldest son, Mr. and lira Willie Cuniui'ns, is no better. of Lockland. Ohio, are home for Mrs J. A. bfetfger and little a visit. daughter are with Mr. Metzger Mrs. If. 0 Fish here for few days Mr. Bev. and I Metzger reeently on is hi charge of the an iv in Boeseraet Durett Con business. struction Cn's. work in this Mr and Mrs Sam Heliard. of fountv. Pane, were with relatives here S E Heliard. while at work in this weelc. the roof of a house, fell and broke Rev. M.j; Piah will prendi several ribs and otherwise.bruised morning himself up His injury is not at Rose Hill Sunday Sent lt'.th. considered serious but is very Brodnend, is painful. Hick Albrhrnt, of able to be up and doing !af;er be L T. Honk was here from ing sick a few weeks. Indiana last week visiting Ken Henry C- Jones and wife, of tacky relatives He will go to Level Green, have returned from New Mexico soon to make his in Clark County aI borne with his two sons, Ed and I). C. Craig is pending his Dell. Mr. J. C Moore was taken to vacation at Stanford, Preachers-vill- e and other points. Somerset again first of the week. Mrs. B. S Albright and child He does not show much improveren have been with relatives at ment. Mrs. Moore, who fell and hurt herself, is also very sick, London since Wedneadsy. ludge Cnenaatt, of Richmond, she went with him Miss Panaie Mc Perron, daughMM one of the visiting Attorneys ter of Mr. and Mrs. R L. fo attending coart this week. Ferron, who has been in LouisEverett Mullins was in the ville under a specialist for several Eastern part of this cuunty Wedweeks, is reported entirely cured nesday and Thursday on buti of the eczema which has given MSa. her so much trouble for several Mr. rnd Mrs. (i rover Sowder, months. of Louisville, are the proud par. LOCAL. enK of a fine 'girl, named Rutl.ella. Slew shoes for young men at yihV -i"-- it Mrs Fannie Adams is visiting1 relatives at jMiddksboro. Miss Pay t:.' Rack ,. of the Buckeye Teris Betnarom, who has been se. t ion lias typhoid. visiting in Paris, joined her at Kuiniett Sentry of the Skeggs Cor bin. Crj tc section his typhoid Three children of Mr. and Mrs. was in Pine. Arthur roffey, of Renfroes creek. Roy L Brittoe P KK S A I $15 SPECIALS The CLOTHES You OUGHT To BUY FISH'S $17 $20 uZigfin s THE CASH STORE IN MT. VERNON Opportunity beckons to all in this great land of the free. Absolutely unfettered and unhampered, each man has his chance to make good. The only limit set is man's own ability to grasp these opportunities, and nothing is of such tremendous assistance as a bank account Start your Savings Account now and be ready when Opportunity comes your way. Interest paid on time deposits. William Harrison White. vhiskey amounts to over $lbi)0 New Arrow Shirts at Fish's. Everett Clark Watson. and about Sjodaysin jail. The finest line of Fall Neckwear Alfred P.aker. for men is now on display at The L. & N. was fined $1 50 for Frank Croucher. Fish's. delivering whiskey to Ed Owens Jeff Hines. a bootlegger. FORD. Asbury. Howard. Bob Mine was fined $60 and The Car is right -- the price is I Sam Hofoomb. ten days in jail and disfranchised right. Buy today - Tomorrow Rolla Elmer French. for 1! years for carrying a pistol. Mize asked for a new trial which might be tot) late. Mrs. F. K. Gentry.' County TT1;i.i IIWU4IMT u S. I HI1 ..i ..,.uwi.. UZ LtJU. Aent- will give a demonstration LOST: A gld bar pin. (fork) The Local Board will not call on Main St.. or at picture show. Red Cro5S Headquarters Monday .anymore men for physical ex- a11 kids of canning, beans, Finder wi'.l please return to of orn, tomatoes etc.. both in glass d'ulul,Kni 11"1 uic wieane unu Mrs. S. C Franklin and get re- and tin. If you are interested "o until Sept. 10th, and lift, when ward. to Ked Cross headquarters M011- - 80 men will be called and 'esam- J. A. IfcDennotl and familv of Fish's. i,l W .J. Sparks bought at Logan day. If you are not interested, iued. That those who will be B irboursville, were here t.day Trunks suit cases and travel- Thompson's sale at Preachers then don't sav anvthing about it included in the call may know, anronte home tf rom a motor trip ing bags at Fish's. ville Tuesday, a fine Poll Angus next winter if your food supply we are authorized to say. that to Pennsylvania. the call begins with Call No ail You still have the opportunity boll. This is what Rockcastle runs short. Mrs. Mary Williams and Mrs. ..: i . .1 and ends with 5C0. Those who na.s nmg since ueeueu ami 10 CIRCUIT COURT Cleo Brown will leave tomorrow of buying a new Ford at the old are inc'uded within these num Detroit. Mr. Sparks is due much credit for Covington to visit Judge and price $860 F. O. B. G. The suit of Cummins bers may expect to be called to for his efforts to bring better Better harry. Mrs. R. (.. Williams. www. j spaiivsuo. is appear before the local board 'stock to the county. He has Judging from the number f J. C. Larkin and family of set for neMt Monday. The case on Sept 10 and 11th. been responsible for the better Payette county spent last night cane b ng hauled away from here grade of hogs which we have and wil1 be triefl Providing a special Mrs. Dnvid Hysinger died here They are enroute to Yir there will be lots of vegetables (or the sentiment of better breed- - Jud"e comes to lrF the l aimed in this county. gin i in a motor car. Judge Bethurum is disqualified rather suddenly at her home two! hinds of stock. miles west of this place Wednesfor the reason Rev. H. T. Young and family that he is a rela F L. Durham traded his prop11', ,ri b n lTltil lrinillw in nwiiu tiuiy a ;,. To (1it While helping milk on v iicu uiuucy la r wjiw nioterpd to their old home in erty on Richmond street to Prof. Snart'c nruttonr rf day. f vv j'.oiaAJi. vx Tuesday evening Mrs Hysinger fraction of its face value; when the V. J. Sparks Co. Union county lat week, :)so milts D. H. Lyons, for the property next suffered a stroke of paralysis and Hour, meal, meat and the other without a puncture. o Graded School. Mr. Durham G. W. Marler and W. M. Bul- rapidly grew worse until the end necessities of life are doubling County Clerk and Mrs. S F will move to his new home Oct 1. and doubling sgain in value; lock will have their case tried came at an earaly hour Wednes-da- y Lexington Bowman were in Mr Durrett, of the Durrett when all kinds of machinery is next week. Marie sued Bullock .morning The deceased was! to see their son. Pwight, Construction Co., was here from increasing in ptice with leaps and for infringing on his Coal rights the wife of Mr. David Hysinger, wh'i is stationed at Camp Shelby Louisville this week on road bus bounds is it not remarkable that Abe Chasteen was granted di one of the county's best citizens for training. mess. Mr. Durrett says that lit the best car on earth (Ford) still vorce from Margaret Chasteen. end most progressive farmers, Prof. L). H. Lyons has returned will finish his work in Rockcastle sells for $3m F. O. B. Detroit, and was a fine Christian woman. The Slander suit of Cam Mul . from his vacation and from now in about two weeks. Besides the aged husband a large or s0 less than it sold a year hns against W. H. Cottengun set family of children until Sept. lo, opening day cf . are left to Tires s had only a small ad ago? How long do you thinic for the sixteenth day of the term, school, will visit the schools ranee, gasoline mourn the loss of a devoted aud oils are this price ,will la,t? , hrom a bust I It 18 claimed that Cottengn wife and mother. The burial throughout the county. ness standpoint, and considering practically the same price and . made statement that Mullins was C. T. Republican Sigmoii, took place yesterday at family ., .. . , , the car itself is s0 cheaper than the fact that the best motoring . Was in Nominee for Assessor, burying ground near the home. season of the whole year is lust a year ago. What is your excuse Vernon Fair . Williamsburg Saturday, attend for not buying a Ford. Call at opening, don t you think you haoL; For Sale A 2 h p gasoline ing j. meeting of the County As- better buy now? V h CER- W. T. Woodson, of Union counThe Bryant Garage. engine, in perfect condition aud Li ,QC TAINLY DO. ssors of the 11th, District. u iait :nnn litt j ti.o iiuiit ,! i0. iit.uui9c v. c will be sold on guarantee. Can The Bryant Garage. Counsel of State Defense will and Miss Stewart, Principal Tuesday. Judge Flippin and Matron, of Lingdon have a speakirg campaign in this Miss Turner, List of persons called into the Judge Lewis were the examiners. be bought at a bargain if sold at once. See George Owens at Mt. Memorial, have returned and are county Sept. 25, to 3oth, cover-eritt- serv'ice of the United States not The suit of the Bank of Mt. Vernon Monumental Works, or most of the county. We exempted or discharged. Passed getting ready for opening of Vernon against Albert and Kobert apply at this office. school second week in September are promised some good speakers s'nee last issue of paper. Allen the jury had failed to agree New Fall Suits with Belt backs Ben Fishback, who once lived from out side the county. Pro- John Oliver. at time of going to press. gram will appear next week. and slash pockets at Fish's. here and at Livingston, but now Thomas J. Heliard. Dr. W. K. McWilliams was Dept of a student of the law William Edgar Boyd. Chen. L. Davis and George J. W. Parsons received a lele-gragiven judgment againt J. C Plum Kentucky State University, was Weideiholt, who left for the West Chester Howard. yesterdaX telling of Ithe mer for $25o in the slander suit. death of his uncle, Granville this week, on the Fourth of July, attended Fortner Mink. in Columbus, Ohio, making arrangements to join the wheat harvest in Kansas, in July, C. A. Sowder. Sam (Cull) McClure and Bell Haley, of Jeffersonville, Ind. Aviatiou Corps of the U. S. Army. after which they spent some William Harp Fredericks charged with nuis The deceased had been Jsick for Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish three weeks at Manitou Springs, Allen Barnett. sance were each fined $2oo and some time. snd son Ben, were here from Colo, and are now located in Den Krnest Harp. todays in jail. If there ever! H. C. Jones, of the Hiatt secBarboursville from Sunday until ver, Colo., with good positions, la Freddie Baker. was a righteous verdict this is tion, sold his farm to John Burn-aWednesday. Mr. Furnish was pounds heavier than when they Gilbert S. Creech. one of them. The conduct of of McCee, Jackson county, here as a witness in the suit et ieft home Arthur Hornsby. Jas. these two people has not only for $18oo. Mr. Burnam is the Bank of Mt. Vernon against Allen Jesse Kiiby. been a nuissance but a disgrace father of Fred Cornelius, V. D. L. Robinson, Secretary Silas French. &Sons. to a civilized community. Republican Nominee for Edward Purcell, son of John Disie Highway Association, was James Benten Adams. Sam McClure was fined $90 Purcell, of the Rose Hill sect'on, here from Chaitanooga with a Elisha Mullins. for striking his son, Hob, in the iswithGen. Pershings men in party of Dnie folks this week John S. Gadd. back witb an ax while in one of I France. Hie father had a letter looking over the Fastern Route Willie F. Cawood. his drunken fits. from him a few days since Jstat- - He states that the Bfunds of $50- - Elisha A. Cuniinins. For Infants and Children The Adams Express Co., was ing he was well and could not o to be put with the $50,000 Arthur Mason.. In Use For Over 30 Years fined in several cases for deliver write but little. He has been in Federal Aid to finish the Rock- Richard B Mullins Always bears m ing whiskey to bootleggers. gap is being raised Arthur C. Dodd. the service Jabout ten months ' castle-Laur- el Signage of rapidly. Ed Reynolds. frith an Ohio Regiment. Ed Owens' tines for selling ! l - i . . 1 . 1 . j The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. cae-ingofal- 1 f .. VT ,. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFf IN, W. H. COrTONGIM, Vice-President J re-cent- lv 1 President C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier J h-- I Sue Bennett Memorial School London, Kentucky Five schools give thorough training: High School, Model School, Normal School, School of Business, School of Music. New Courses Special courses preparing young men and women for government positions; Civil St r vice and Nursing. Veur country needs you prepare. Our rates are very reasonable. Write for catalog for full iaforiaatioc te A. W. MOHN, Principal. I , - g m Luther Burbank Caant-- Choose Sonoma for His Experimental Farm ' in-la- w Does thin mean anything to YOU r It means that Sanotna County offers ideal conditions for the growth of a rery wide raage of crop. It means that it is a good farming section for YOU. Here is one of the great poultry centers of the world; one of the best early apple, prune, cherry, peai, berry, dry wine, hop, and general fanning in California. There is plenty of rain to make these crops sure. dia-tiic- ts YOU CAN SEE THIS COUNTY WITIOUT HAVING MK CASTOR A We have Issued a beautifully illustrated booklet telling of Sanoma YOU. Send ten cents far this County and of the opportunities booklet and a sample .opy of SUN9BT M aSaZIMB the oae big Natleaal Magazine telling of the life and development of the West. Address, thr fr - SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, UN rANCBCO Cfff&&A4i is ! SYNOPSIS OF KENTUCKY ' TAX LAW. I N 4.u ;j-AN- lEXtfTN. , tn-ip- I pr ). rta ciiiMjj e summed w Tax follows: at mirno-u- s for assessed 40 cents on each (lOo The State tax ra'e on tank De value 55 cents as at instead of p sits and Livestock has. been present, and for local, County, is - miy i" p as . i Ral Estate, com;. winf? tend and iimpnveeats, sod City aud Town Lots and improvements. tnahl Sl' conlrtbutii:;; il , fair snare ;.nd in boaNI he ieeptjr Iatfate4 henofitPd by the Farmers V ...: u.m wdl hs beiieneii!mauy ?M notiiing fit all will lower ?tate will b rate on Lands and tax reduced trm 56 cert to 10 cents urally follow. City r Town purposes by U a.w laws by the reduc Improvements from 55 to 40 cents ou each $10 In ., iu Assessments on each $100 valuation and on Live it the local rates fixed by the ir.if.u r.te from 55 im' .. r Bonds, St xk, Mortjfajfes, Notes, ...il,ti.. .i iu r mnj l..:i.j - the law Tjo i( ufiiii on L.U.HU euiu uunu of taxable property for State Btoek from H to K' cents for State "- -' tu- - Mate if followed by khc .is purnosi's audiWu. uot deposited exropt in nMu-tioAccounts Bond, Sci'ks. Mortgapea in iotli , ,;;t .eu- Not -", M vl. t. i'iou lo- tax rate. ,n Counuesaud Towns, and Accounts will be exempt from lo ii Banks, aie exempted and Aceottata, VI kcbinery. Raw District, cal tVut is County, only provide for tie cal taxation: as will also Agricultural Banks and Trust Companies Material and Products ia ooarsa will not and Products grown uy Implements; City and Town taxation. The shares of capital stock ami of eiaeufactaie will be taxed losses in tneir tocai revenue within the year are exempt from all Agricultural Implements, Man-uf- taxable and paid br the Banks lor Mate purposes only at 40 nasou of lower rates and exemp- taxation. Money deposited in Bank tunng Machinery, Raw Ma for the sharelmlders. the valua cen;s and exen.pl f.0.1, County tions, but Will enable them to will be taxed at only 10 cents on as of t id and Products in course of ti.... .,rf,r tia, no tm to be and OlU Of Town TtUtti bUttk reduce their local tax rate. pro- the $100, instead in a55large heretofore. saving to This will result M.muf.icture are Exempted from assessed by local assessors in Deposits are taxaole at 0 cents poriinnatrlv. taxpayers, who have been listing their and cl taxation. Farm Products each County, District, City or on each flOO by the State only With the sys ematicReal Estate property at a fair valuation. at the same able ecpmliz tioii lit' grown within the year are ex Town subject to supers iiou of and Live S:oc will have only State Merchants Value -- the dd tie i of the grtat! taxes to pay on their Notes and Acmpt from all taxation the State Tax Commission, aid State rate mass et oinitt d property ana counts at the rate of 40 cents on has m the valuahon of shares The State Tax Commission bile the U. S. Census retorts 100 and 10 cents on Bank lietax s the t.x.ihle wealth in Kentucky the nising of asses ineins on eaeh I. created to properly enforce duction is made for po;its. Other pioperty. such as Real the paid on real estate. The only to be over two and a qoaitrr notoriously undervalue Person Estate. Merchandise, etc.. is subject the t.ix laws and taxing privileges of all other noticeable change is in the raeth- billion dollars, there is at pres- al Prop rty the revenues will to State tax rate of only 40 instead Ma;e Boards and Corn missions. ed of assessment, which was ent on the assessor's books only be ample for al purposes and of 55 cents. Manufacturers are exempted from vested heretofore in the hands $!'G0t0i)0,0dd. or lea a than lo pei the taxes will fall lg"ll. on uli local taxes on their Machinery, Raw pi 01 criy. INTANGIBLE PERSONAL of the State Board of Valuation cent. Material and Product. Notes and AcPKOPERTy. and Assessment. It is time ter serious consider Counts and will he taxed for State The reduction in the Stale Bonds of all kinds (except U. 4 Corporations are subject to Tax rate from 55 to 4O cents on ation on the pirt et all taxpayers purposes only on such property at on KenS. .overnment, State of mild iifluen:e of certs on the $100 aud 10 cents same taxation as individuals on $"40,000,000 and from 55 to 10 who, under the tucky. Counties, Districts, Cities an equitable and equable law. B: ik Deposits. Ou all other propihe same classes of prooertv cents irid $16),000000 will result only 40 cents and To vns in Kentucky, issued if th y are doing erty the State tax is owned and will be entitled to in a shrinkage of $l,53o,ooo in asK themselves uimI the local taxes as on each $li" for Public purposes which are their duty in compliance with fixpd in the localities where their the same local exemptions and the State Revenue. exempt from all taxation in Ken- same and whether they are justi busine-is conducted. Public Service Cor- .,L-This deficit must not only be tied in prolonging the reign off Beads, Stocks. Mortgages. Molts uro tu vil.l,. tiif t:it.i- mil lower rates porations subject to Franch se made up, but additional revenue noses l1v at 4) cents on each 1 have been ard Aecoui'ts are taxable for btate Taxes will be assessed by the to meet current expenses, now evasion because others rnnifi onlv at 40 cants on the $loe et assessed value. State Tax Commission instead about $7oo,eoo per annum in ex- doing it. (loe a'ld exempt from local taxation stocks of all Corporations, of the various Boards and ComThe first dav off September in The State tax on Real Estate, whether organized in the State missions heretofore exeivisin cess of the Revenue, will have the ear off our Lord nineteen TT' BsehoM Hoods. Merchandise. Vehicto be provided for. et Kentucky or elsewhere, which this privilege. hundred and seventeen will be le- ?nd other property owned by Some changes le-- s pay taxes in Kentucky on The new laws, by classifying epochal in the history of tie individuals has been reduced from have been made in the law for twentv-6vper cer t. of fixing values of franchises The aud exempting certain property State, as it will mark a turning 55 to 40 cents; a reduction of 37 thin cent. t Uieir taxable pioperty. are annual license tax on all coron- from local taxation and reducing point in public morality and priAd Utional Revenue to Justify the to State taxation only at 40 ations of 3o cents on each $1000 the tax rate on all, is expected vate integrity in the listing off re'.uction and increase the State revtents on each $ioo of assessed of authorized capital has been by their equability and fairness property for taxation No such enue is to come from Bonds, Stocks. to indMce a large increase in the opportunity has ever been ex- Notes and Accounts; Mineral and value. The stocks of corpora- raised to 50 cents. listirg of property heretofore tended to square accounts and Timber Rights and Royalties and hy tions payiDg taxes on more than Distilled Spirits. In addition escaping entirely or contributing no repetition "is tit all likely, as equalization of notoriously undercent, of their entire twenty-fivassessments, and as each class taxable assets in Kentucky are to other taxes on property Off only a smal part of the revenue. the suicess or failure of the New valued sf property, no matter by whom exempt from taxation in Ken- Distillers there has been added a The idea is not to put more System off RevettttC and Taxatioi. owned, will be assessed and taxed license tax of 2 cents on every tucky. n property, but to dis will bw determined by the actions uniformly, the advantage to taxpayers proof gallon of distilled spirits taxs generally and the Stare at large will Mortapes of all kinds are taxclose ntore property to tax and of the lax pavers at that time be very great. liable to taxation by the Federal the lower rates and local exemp and whether their response will Th. State needs more revenue t able at the rate of 4O cents on Government. are calculated to produce be from fear or favor ov from Eet the Dresent deficit, aud the idea each $100 on assessed value for an earne.-- t Sense of their just b-- s t0 get more property to tax rather State purposes only and are exFermented Liquors. An Ex-- 1 the desired result, Listiooa it IS believed that tbeltfcaa to impose more taxes on local taxation. cise TttZ of I o eento per barrel empt from Supn.me C()Urr of the Will be Satisfactory to ail lerty now paying more than its share. Where they run over five years ia levied eu fermented liqnora UbIic4 state ie a decision read and under the new and more equitable n,i.,oriiB(l uv.w. I there is in addition a legistra-lio- cuch as Beer, Ale and Porter laws this can be accomplished. erei June 11, 1917, states: fee of Accents on each $100 The Sute Tax Commission is The product Oil Production fhei ereat mass of property D"E.-A.- i Jocobson lle 0(lt tfc. work in ?he tVkt wa. payable once only at date of re of oil wells is taxable for State in the Stale of Kentucky So far s,,,'1,ct vorv kln1 of pT0?rty to cord. purposes at the rate of one per aapaaeased by the Count v Boards savst75percentoiwo-:t- o .Its fair h::re nf taxation and correct S" ' Notes of all kinds are taxable cent, of the market value and of Supervisors Ilr!r!d PllOSOHa.teS tRe evils heretofore safeties wherehy and the State many property owners paia more man of 4O cents on each counties jmay levy a similar tax Board of Bqoilizatioa, was in, at the rate to give them their ju 6t due and others escaped of one tentionally, systematical! v and value for State cot exceeding $100 assessed v. The ( ommission endowed purposes only aud are exemp per cent. n torionslj assessed far below Healthy, rounded fig- entire power to enforce theIs taws and with from local taxation Other Provisions. The creation its actual value and at certainly ure and to avoid Ner- bring the delinquents to a sense of their responsibility and obligation to Accounts are taxable on the of a State Tax Commission, not exceeding Sixty per cent, of its fair cash value." down the State, and every Taxpayer, Asvous same basis as notes. comiKjsed of ihe State Auditor sessor and Suparvisor should aid in memIt is this condition that must Thousands of women securing for the State the successful Money in hand or in posses Ex Officio and two others operation of the new laws, which are sion et or on deposit with others bers of different political parties lie corrected and the failure to fair and just to all. than Bank .or Trust Companies appointed by the Governor sub- comply with the former intolerWhere accurate returns are made ject to confirmation by the State ant laws because of their confisNaturefs way. is subject to State taxation only as of September 1st. the properly at 4O cents on each $i0o asses- Senate, which is empowered to catory character is no longer a owners will oe immune rrom past sed value and exempt from local attend to all matters relating to tangible excuse for ignoring the "Consider the Lilies of omissions and delinquents may be State Revenue and Taxation. moral as well as legal obligation for ten years taxation. the Field, How They proceeded is against inducement to back, comevery The Commission is to remain in of all prorerty owners to the be there Money on Deposit in Banks ply with such Just and equable laws, session at Frankfort State. permanent Grow." and Trust Companies is subject and as the principles involved are and has inquisitorial powers and It i property, not people, that Tht: life et the illy is but a few worked out there will be further to taxes at the raee of l.o cents supervision ever County Asses is taxed and under the new laws in the tax rates, and in time on each $100 for State purposes sors and Boards of Supervisors. each class of property is subject weeks or months The life el the entire exemption of land for State local taxonly and exempt from man is "three score years and It is authorized to prepare sched- to uniform taxation, n matter ten. " But to live one's life in its purposes, as in other States where ation. ules of taxable property and com fullness, women like the lily, the same taws are in practice. Other credits are taxable for mand evidence iu its capacity of who owns it The law does not mut be ill 1 kunt urihed anyone State purpoes enl. at the rate a Board ef Equalization and pro- oresuine tj dieiaie hw vital elements which nature pro may invest his money, but the of 40 cents on each $100 and ex- cure the proper assessment of all law is justified in taxing every vides for nourishing every living thing; and these include the rain-ablempt from local taxation kinds of property. rephospha es so otten lacking kind of investment equally as Penalties The law does in the usual food we eat todiy TANGIBLE PERSONAL The uew laws pro gards every vide various penalties for viola- not dictate where people shall Aig Phosphate is rich in these PROPERTY. wonderful elements. It cent tins Farm Impliments and machin- tions and omissions and ia the live, but if some prefer to live them iu concentrated tablet form ery owned and in use by per- latter cace mav require an nc in the country and some in towns which is easy to take and quickly sons engaged in farming are counting for leu years previous. the law baa a light to tax them assimulated and absorbed into old and rrom youth the taxable for State purposes only The failure to list any Note or for the purpose of the communi- age, system, and rebuilds bodytoand builds at rate of 40 cents on each $loe Bond for taxation is a bar to any ties in which they select to re- brain in beautiful harmony with the Lamp Oil th it of assessed value and are exempt legal action for collection until side. Nature's perfect plan '" That's the tax is paid. Saves Eyes The new laws are uniform and why" Argo Phosphate makes good from local taxation. Nothing la more important in th all and while the Tax solid flesh and muscles. Immunity. The new laws al- fair to home than otear, steady light. Insure Machinery of persons, firms or Special Notice: "" "7 KBiHHg toe on tna burns so providt for immunity from Commission has ample power to elear and cteMi without a flicker corporations engaged in manucontains the Natural p dowa to the last op. Pennsylvania .them, their success will past omissions on all property enforce which thousands of phycrude oil refined to perfection. facturing and Costs no more than the inferior sicians are present in daly to accurately listed as of September largely depend on the tankwagon oils save MONEY sevts Raw Material on hand for the WORK save eyes. of taxpayers. The premium build up thin, pale, col irless we 1, iju, and the estoppel of legal Your dealer has SOLITE OIL in purpose of manufacture and men to give them rosy chei ks, barrels direct toen our works. proceedings affecting same ex- for accuracy is inviting and the Products in course of Manu cept in cases where suits are penalty for violation severe, but red lips and b autilul complexChas. C. Stoll Oil Co. ion. Many cases have been refacture are taxable for State pending. aside from these inducements ported where women have inLexington, Ky. purposes only at the tate of 4O Hennery awarren. Pa. the honor of the State is at stake creased their weight from 15 to Farmere will be benefited by We seH the eeletratad "No CarbK cents on each $loe of assessed 25 pounds with a few weeks treatand a ready and voluntary Auto eu. me new laws, as tne taxes on ment, and any woinon who desires value and exempt from local tax will produce 'urpriting farming land and improvements, a well rounded and developed ation. now fairly assessed, will be re- and satisfactory results. form, should secure from her Live Sto.k is subject to Stite duced 37 Pns.-n- t taxpayers will save druggist, this new drug which U par cent, for State BOOKKEEPING tax of 10 cents en each $100 as purposes. Live Stock will te $1,030, ,00 in State taxes by re- inexpensive and is dispe isud by Bus! ness, Phonography TYPEWRITING and sessed value aud alse to local taxed by the State at 10 cents in duction ia the tax rate from 55 any reliable dtuggisi with or TELEGRAPHY without a doctor's prescription taxation as at present. stead of 55 cents. Agricultural te 40 cents. your druggist will not supply If K.. l'.i..rltj 1.. ..J i.'.M,r. MM.rrt fJI Tangible Personal Property of implements will be exempt from In mercaniiw hat years or Its Residents of Counties will save you, send $1.00 to the Argo I.ab- - ana President uuiatsB, mhiexperiencetomvumb ; omnsinK men ana women ior saccetv m:wrnow. local taxes and products grown approximately $5oo,0oo and Cities otinn all kinds not enumerated above s utt h. saiiB, uauaia, m se ATEXASWOHDEB is taxable for State purposes at within the year are exempt from and Towns $l,3o,ooo by Exemp40 cents on each $100 of assessed all taxation. Bank Deposits will tion of preoerty from lecal &K&X& rpqCrpoC value and also for local. County. be taxed at only 10 cents on each taxes. Q C. C. District and City or Town pur- $100 and Mortaggee, Notes and ATTORNEY-ATLAH poses at the rates fixed in such Accounts at 40 eents for State MT YEENON.KV. localities There is no change in and exempt from leeal taxation. Tesjts Wnler cures kidnar and OFFICE. On2rd floor of BETHURUA It LEWIS TRC troubles, dissolvebacks, rheumathe law relating to this class of aravei. cures Merchaats will be benefited by Bank et" Mt. Verron, 011 r diabetes, weak and lame ASTTCRNEYS AT LAVT property excepting in the reduc- the new laws by the reduction in tism and all irregularities ef the kadoslfs aad Church St. Special stten MT VKRNON, RY. bladder la het h sen sbmI western. If Bt aw! I tion of the State tax rate from the State tax rate en Real Estate, by your d rmgt ist. will Ue seat br siaiJ rV tion given collections. Will practice in all the courts. celptofSL One aaaall hottle Is twe mends' .S5 to 40 cents on each $i0o of Merchandise, treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. OSc in Bethurum Building. 'PNONE 80 Vehicles, Office Send for tesUstals frees) tkis aud etfcer cvdkcaH vain Furaiture, Fixtares, etc., from " I )i.-tri-et, to 4o seats for Stata wui puses Mid Aeoeeate, Notes ard Hurt- L'airtij. an t le feaxil ov btate " r o.y at U10 rate of 40 cents Mid lo;d Taxation. hx. :is.t i'roui faUat) will be taxed at vep-sitenU . reata on seeattco and . at batue rate by the i. Sta D5 " s The tolal eduction in tixes us pari bv present taxpayers amount to ovt r 43. o."o0, and herein 1 TiiE NEW KENTUCKY w- -' I k ' ' lies the iitdueeineu. to return TAXLAWS more property fo (Uxsti n, which is justiiird by the saving ia tax There will be many changes in the rates and exemptions nd the Kentucky Tax Laws, whieh ?o into t property not now tfTeet Bepteaaer lt, an-- taxpayers subjection l Of All The Saws i c i wv, siu siv. tV;il not '' like Unit he 1 ir -- hiw a .i i be (Hd tan mii-ccis- l e 111 . . 1 u .1 - pu-pose- (L,v. I go to a n !i;iblo Haidwart lo luv it. Tin re are diffeteneea in mati a there re in Other article of htttdware and tin- only way to i o certain of ihe qnalitj is lo come hero to buv. We have a large va erv - it tarn rietj of depettdahk HaieV-war- e a at righl prices. ! - ?w5 1 ue-th- e ..... - 1 - ' C Cn COX a SVst. . I Vernon, - Opoosite Court House SB3 - - v ft H JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE 7,.es.74A7e..e.'74T:er4'r I.--. i B . " a niv . - w ij Q& xueja.a.'jatvMiLji e iw, H s A e sub-jH- m ' 2 j Merchandise " . good line of General a.- - ;; a.o ...... .. -- . i B 85 . e 1 I Farm Implements j- - rt a."'r'r"A.'... Aia," t X$X)jX x.- - a. . . . o ti-.a- prop-lesult- s QBANVILLB OWENS I UNDERTAKER jLjcQfs satjjc&aQaj 3oac ic n V v. Brodhead COMPLETE UNK Coffin-;- . Caskets and Robes Mail, Teleffrapa or Teh photie ordersjFroiiiptly Filled 3cc Ky Q mfl one-hal- f btrongr Vil- - break wd&X&yc& '&&gx&frr ': fcCf&x&ja: revc5sjc grow strong in mm 43 W3 'M,Ct P4000 000 n PeopTe m ii n Progressive m business rmn knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the likewise the progressive fanner: and. loe, the vi le-- wake business woman. We shall hi gin to initiate people iatotletaila of keeping a cheeking aeeoant, a 1 11 i up -- to date professional man; e cls Wl WILL BK Ct.Air TO TAKK YOVH JIKK pea 6 7' rni Raw LvBsnrrv uvn sons. The Bank of Mf. Vernon VT m rvf JLh Argo-Phosphit- 10s-phat- es m m :xh m OOO ' J -- a-- com-plhnc- e I UfHDSBTAKBS es2sl i ; iif fej ur Hue ef Couch C'asketJ is unexcello llaud-mad'otfins furnishei e Hans en1 to all petti oil the County.' 4u -- Allordsrs Phone 94-8 by Wire M Promptly Filled I. VKUN( )N, KY. W. A. COX, When you need Job Work of any kind, 4aE'5rCCr Williama W J : yry3$yyL&jic&i& U&kt &UJAZ?? 33oc&x remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want7 when you want it and at a reasonable price i ii