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Mount Vernon signal: September 21, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917092101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 21, 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. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY fenum MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD J887 MI5ER ' VOLUME XXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1917 Best business letter. " original composition the "European War." Net less than 300 words. Best composition en any sub- SI SCHOOL FAIR LI VI NGS TO N LIST OF MEN DEPARTING PROGRAM. who has been quite TODAY FOR CAMP TAYLOR Friday Oct. 26 at 7:80 P. M. I ohn Arnold, typhoid fever for sick with some time, is slowly improving Robert Parker has moved his family to Jelhco. Tenn. Bill Durham, of near town, has put up a butcher shop here and is selling steak for twenty cents per pound Thi sounds good to us Mrs. H O Wag oner, who has been quite sick for some time Is better We informed the readers of the Signal last week that our old friend Maret would say something about the rabbits. We have heard of men s eiujj all kinds of monkeys and all colors of snake. but what kind of boose would a man drink to see transparent caterpillars plaving leap frog ov Main street at the county seat. Any one that cau beat tbis we will set up the peanuts. R. D St dham and George Hellard were Mrs. S. C in London, Sunday. Ht'llard, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Sunday. W. T Owens, of Covington, is taking a few days lestand visiting friends W. A. and and relatives here Warren, of this place, Robert were called to Kn xville, Sundas on account of the serious illness of their brother George. -- Judge J. S. Caloway is ou the punev list Alvin Carico will this week move his family to Louisville in a few days, as he has a job there as engineer on a yard engine. Mr Mr and Mrs Leroy Cox have re tvrtied from London, after a few days visit with relatives as a lineman was going through tunnel iS, on the K. C Division of the L- & N , his speeder was thrown from the and upon investigation track, found a spike driven between the rails and bent down and a large piece of iron and a stone placed on the rail. This occurred just a little while before No. 32. the fast train, was due. and the finding of the obstruction perhaps saved many lives. What kind of a per son is it that will do such Las-Tuesda- Declamatory Contest. Saturday Oet. 27 at le A. M ject. Library to school with largest Parade, beginning at the Graded """ based om miles travel- School building through town toj James R. Shearer. Wm. A. Carpenter. u aim peivuigc(he Fair Grounds. WILL OK G AN I Henry Hale. Albert Miraele. AU exhibits must be pupils mi- 11 A. M. te VI !A. M &xa B. Levisay. James B. Adams. own work and vouched for by nation et Display Work. Arthur Payne. Gilbert ft. Creech. teacher. All work in Carpentry, WI TH 1:00 Athletic Contest. Willie Mullins. Elijah Mullins. : Work. 2:00 Spelling aaa Reading Needle Work, Display Mt. Vernon Graded Walter Niceley. John S Gadd. Writing and Drawing must be Contests. High School Benton Flynn. Arthur Mason. sent in not .later than by the ATHLETIC CONTEST. Beu Purcell. Arthur G. Dodd. 24th of Oct. Also the names of 1 Fastest Boy Runner under the contestants for Declamatory Cleo Marion Larkin. Ed Reynolds. Will be in Mt. Vernon every Monday ten years of age, loe yards. Robert L Norton. Wm. Edgar Boyd. contest must be'in by the 22nd! for instruction. 2 Potato Race oy Boys of the Joseph Griffin. Ernest Harp. of October. The pupils names fir9t three grades. at C. A. Sowder. Sam Stewart. Students interested may sec and the name of Vbe school 3 Quarter mile race, boy over Sherman Mason. Wm. Harp. School Building as t ten from which they come must oe 14 ytars of age. Wm. Jackson Burk. John Lair. written on the back of each 4 Longest running jump, boy Any one desiring information during James Henry Ballinger. Arthur Franklin. piece of written work and a tag under I4 years of age. Fred Mize. John W. Polly. my aWenee will please "ill Dp on all other work. Lengest running jump, boy PROP. I) II. LYON. D. H. Lyon, over 14 years of age. President. 6 Egg race, girls over I3 years of age. DI HOW'S THIS. 7 Three legged race. We offer One Hundred DolMUSIC. for any case of lars Reward The following men have been notified to hold themselves is 1 Best song by school. cannot be cured by Catarrh that readiness to report at the office of the Local Board for military ;L. W. .1 Cy Howard bv Jud vear old son of 2 " song by girl gunder 12 Hall's Catarrh Medicine. duty at a date to be specified in a latter notice: and !I. T. inr years of age. Hall's iCatarrh Medicine has was thrown from a scale he Sparks G rover Coffey. John Speed Hamilton. H USH been taken bv catarrh sufferers was riding and draped Bocae COVB SCI ' COOKING. Arthur Franklin Arthur Harris. killed Friday even imiuy, H years, distance and 117 1 Best sake by girl ever i2 for the past thirty-fivWm. Jackson Burk lohn W. Polly. l Judge L. I the ing about 480 p. in. This was at 7:fi P Best eake by girl er boy, any and has become known as Wade Deatherage. James Henry Balliuger. Lyon and R. 8 most reliable for catarrh. Hall's a very sad affair and the grief Walkei age. Iced. Fred Hatcher. Fred Mize. R 1, the stricken iamily have the sympa Albrig Catarrh Medicine acts thru Best pie, ehoeolale. Edd Albright. Wm. F. Robertson. of all. But weep not dear HANS thy L HOUSE RD C 4 " pie, any kind hut choc Blood on the Mucous surfaces, Burford Lee Merredith. Oscar Evans. from the parents, brothers and sisters Toes expelling the Poison S 'i. 1 1 7 elate. Bichard Staunton WaJlin Avart A. Kirby. crnnu til fo u that hriiht Blood and healing the diseased mm hue 6 home-mad- e light bread. Best ,at7:3oP. M. :. W.Bethni 1111 Victor Price. Arthur F. Lovell. home where there is peace portions. ' P. B..w " one dozen beaten biscuits. The above list includes those John Henry Rowe. beckoning yon M you hare taken "Hall's happiness and is " half dozen soda biscuits. After man, 01 who already have been sent to Wm. Taulbee Blantom. Sudie Durham, " half dozen corn muffins. Catarrh Medicine for a short to come. Miss N Camp Tavlor. Tedd Payne. was the guesi of Mrs LEVEL Gl time you will see a great im of Dango, 7. Septem ?i 7 So I David Carson Craig. John Lair. CARPENTRY. Bert Mullins Saturday and Sunprovement in your health. Stait (.. utr Robert Lee Mullins. Charlie B Niceley. church Si M. by D. H. Best piece of woodwork. takine Ball's Catarrh Medicine day and attended and W. J. S Dillard Saylor. relohn Talbott Tyree " model farm gate. at once and get rid of catarrh. uave Kiage. unas. Aiieu us ho UNION S MOl'SK- OL Frank Croucher. Arthur Collins turned from Jackson vhere " hand made picture frame. Send for testimonials, free. Tharaday, S 7th. i9ij Wm A. Carpeater. Sam J. McMullin to see his brother-in-la" hatchet handle. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole- has been at 0 P.M. bj L. W. Betharnas, Albert Miracle is very Logan D Taylor. Mr. Gentry who " chicken eoop. do, Ohio. V Mag is B. S. Al James Benton. James R. Shearer. Misses Minnie and Ola Rev. H. T. sick " miniatur plow. Sold by all Druggists, 75c Gilbert S. Creech. Henry Hale 11 Burham, of Cruise, were guests bright. model barn, boy under IS Elisha Mullins. These speakings will be given Casper B. Livesay. Miss Bitha aunt, of their years of age. PROGRAM. Arthur Mason. Arthur Payne. Saturday night and lot the pur se of helping the Daugherty, Best miniature porch swing. Teachers Association Educa- Sunday. Arthur G. Dodd. Willie Mullins. people t' nnd rstand the impo tional Division No. 4 will be held Ed Reynolds. FARM PRODUCTS. Willie F rakes (col). :i of a' lance- of the at Calloway School House on the Wm. Harrison White. Niceley. Walter Best dozen ears of corn. ." Dixie-Boon- e midway between SPEAKING DURING PATRI-1""-- " Thomas F. Hellard. ' ' i,i,rmi things, or are they brutes in Benton Flynn. " dozsn ears of popcora. imP',nn "e u WILL BE HELD:01 Livingston and Pine Hill Sat. OTIC WEEK Wm. Edgar Boyd. ' ' clothes. A quick arrest Elmer Ernest Brown. rt' i f,,r lar-- 'r human " half doxen irish potatoes. AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES Sept. 30 i9i7 iO A. M. .. . m Chester Howard. Tl ) and speedy judgement and full Ben Purcell. gW08t AND PLACES: Earnest Hart. Devotional Exercises. punishment should be meted out Cleo Mai ion Larkin. importance tl il tie speaker " pumpkin. day, September shoul , w eMi ,..l4,rll bv ,V). WII Fortner Mink. Welcome Address, to all such people. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Norton. " half dozes onions. ,. y, Mrs. Georgia McClure 25th. i9i7( at 7:30 P. M. by Dr fie(l h ,.. C. A. Sowder. " dozen pods of pepper. James Southards, of Henderson, Joseph Griffin. , George Roberts, of Lexington, abov,. :i Response Wm. Harp. are visiting relatives here his Sam Stewart. " head of eabbage. . mm Dan M. Ponder Ky., and Kev. n. 1. louug.oi Allen Barnett. Mrs. W. M. Eubanks, of Sherman Mason. week. THECOINCILO " hald gallon of bucfa wheat. . .. oats. Mt. Vernec, Ky. Play and play grounds m Covington, Ky., returned home NATIONAL DEFENS Our Battalion is very badly in Mrs. L. I. Webb CONWAY Wednesday, after a few days visit Personal Belongings C. C. Da Sep ' Wednesday, "" wheat. Tf vm Viava nnv nearl of rooks Mis Bernice Alcorn tember 26th, i&i7. at j2:o0 P. M with Mrs. G. D. Cook. Jacob NEEDLE WORK. Theo Pigg by Dr. George Roberts, C C. V3ITlpj cooks of fair ability which are in Story L ermitted Pike, of Wallens, Ky., has been KXPERIENCE THE BEST in the draft list, please top. eluded Best crocheted pillow 12:00 Basket Dinner TEA( here for a few days with relatives W. L. Richards. Williams and " pair of hand embroidered The purpose of boys and girls Owens, of Mt. Vernon, Headquarteis 27th P.TBattalien. make arrangements to send them George admitted th It is gent CLEAR CREEK CHURCH 150 Depot Brig in the next quota, and write me guest towels. Agricultural clubs the monument and moving picture U the besl senekai 26th, experience September Camp Taylor, Kentucky, at once if possible names, qualifiBest hand made apron. Prof. L. J. Webb Wednesday, man, was here between trains Wei um; M. by Dr. Geo. but should w m September 14. 1917. cations and experience, it is of Wm. Owens i9i7, at 7:30 P. " doll dress, ,glri under 12. nesday. I.E Woodall,the London as we art C. Williams and W. the expei " dressed doll. the utmost importance that our How to reduce the number of Roberts, C salesman, was here between trains Local Conscription Board, as our own? The experience ( Rockcastle County, men should be properly fed and " hemstitched handerchief. Weduesday. J W. Baker, of Mt classes by means of Alternation L. Richards. is awti a thousand pen Mt. Vernon, Ky. I would ask you to give this mat" home .knitted socks. LIVINGSTON Thursday, Sep- be depended upon thin tha' and correlation. Vernec, was in our town Sunday " waist pattern. ter most careful atteatiou. Miss Grace Large tember 27th, at 7:30 P. M. by one individual Mrs. Cleo Griffin and little son, Gentlemen : Many thousand I understand tnat the impress" dust cap. Very truly, lEstill Mullins Dr. George Roberts and Prof. of persona Goerce Samuel, has returned ised Chambei " dress pattern. Morton C. Campbell, The purpose ef studying Eng- Lee Webb, of Livingston, Ky. from London after a few days ion prevailed that drafted men Iain's Couirh Remedy for cough-Captain Int. N. A., Septem-ba- r. A coal mine should bring with them to Camp lish Grammar visit with relatives. BRODHEAD Friday, revolts, which the heal with DISPLAY WORK, WRIT belongings whatever Commanding Battalion. Miss Clara Robinson 28th. 1917. by Judge L. L. shows it to be a thoroughly r is being opened near where the ING AND DRAWING. McKinley Mink Walker, of Lancaster. Ky., Prof. liable preparation for those diDillons switch once was on Rock- except the clothes worn on the Louisville, Ky , body. This impression should Best copy hook in either pen Every body invited, castle river. A siding is being It is prompt D. H. Lyon, of Mt. Vernon. Ky. seases. Try it Sept, 18, IOI7. There are some or ink, pupil under 12 years of and in the near future they be corrected. Lee J. Webb, Chairman MT. VERNON Saturday, Sep- - and effectual put in and pleasant to age. Ada Mullins Secy will begin shipping coal J. E. necessaries the government never Dr M. Pennington, tember 29th, i917, at 2:oo P. M , take. Chairman, County Ceuncil Best copy book by pupil ovei Singleton is foreman at the mine. furnishes, there are others that GREAT FAITH IN 12 years of age. Dr. R. G. Webb has returned the government usually furnishes, of Defense, Mt. Vernon, Ky. but cannot now furnish. COLIC i AND Best copy of the Declaration from Louisville and he attended In view of the fact that the men The Federal Food Adminis- of Independence. DIARRHOEA REMEDY. the State Fair while in the city. from your county will be assigned tration is preparing to make an Best historical map of tbeU. Mrs.W.M.Odell and children have "Chamberlain's Colic and Di was used by join her husband in Vir- to the Battalion of which I am la intensive campaign week of Oct. S. showing territorial acquisi- arrhoea Remedy gone to command, I would suggest that 2 1st to secure a large increase in tions. my father about a year ago ginia, where he has a job in the had diarrhoea. It reMr. and Mrs. B. H. each man bring the following signatures of the Family Pledge Best physiology chart shew- when he coal fields. lieved . him immediately and by Food saving eard. The State ing the eirculary system. Griffin have returned from Paris articles i taking three doses he was absoChairman. Womans Committee Cap, and Lexington after a weeks visit Btst map of Ky showing lutely cured. He has great faith of Council of Defense Work trousers, has sugin this remedy," writes Mrs. W. relatives and friends. S with regions. HEADQUARTERS FOR gested the name of Miss Mary H. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. I Misses Ja'ette Griffin and Marie Extra suit underwear, Best map of Rockcastle county 2 pair socks, extra, Bradley as Chairman, Womans I Rambo vitited Mt Vernon and showing magisterial 'districts. Committee in Rockcastle County. Handkerchiefs, the Buckeye section, latter part Best production map of North Please advise ;if Miss Bradley Towels, of last week. Bill Owens closed America. will undertake the work and as-siSoap, a ten days singing at the Baptist Best Political map of South Mullins is Jin Jackson C. E. you as Chairmam in perComb and brush, church, Sunday night and re Drop in and inspect our stock and learn our this week. Rar. Ponder and fecting organization and manag- America. Tooth brush, Monday. To my aid turned home to Quail, prices. Get better acquainted. Best map of U. S. locating Hatcher hare just closed a sering the campaign, which will Shaving outfit. Mrs.S. C.Franklin of Mt. Vernon, principal cities, rivers and states. ies of mcetng at Care Ridge patrons and friends in the country I extend .1 I do not require the men to require the securing of many M Owens, Tues visited Mrs.W. cordial welcome, when in town, to make our Best original school motto. with no additions to the church Mrs. Oscar Argenbright bring these articles, but advise workers for house te house can" penoil drawing by pupil un- but the meeting was one to be day. store your headquarters. It will do me good a weeks visit them to do so if they have them vass that week. to shake hands with you again. Any time 1 and children, after pround ef. Goed behavior and der IS years of age. F. M. Sachett, or can readily purchase them. can be of service to you, you only have to with relatives at Lexington, have Best pencil drawing by pupil large attendance Mr. and Mrs. Waited States Peed Cssa- It also occurs to me that it returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. command me. Fred Mullins ere visiting the ever 18 years of age. T. Omary, Mrs.W. A. and Mrs.C. would be weil for you to publish missiener for Kan tacky. l&tters mother. Mr. M. E. Price Best comic drawing. H. Rice motored to Stanford. a notice to this effect in yourj MiM Bradley accepts this " float in School Parade. at Lcral Green this week. Mr. Tuesday, and spent the day. local paper. position and will eall en teachers " composition on "School L B. Lewis is in Hamilton st Charley Thompson, easher of the As soon ss yeu know when and ethers throughout the coun. i " Sanitation work. W. 6L Mulliua of Die- First State Bank, at Livingston, your men will be expected to ar ty to help with this work. Sunday. Best language paper by hupil nutanta. is here at work in the was tu Mt. Vernon, I should he pleased te a Fred Oottongim has been given of rive here write me stating probain the 1st, 2nd. or 8rd grade. store fer F. E. Mullins. -- r J H. have you KY. place as brakeman here instead Beat composition en "Prener MuUiaa. who has been siek for FOR FLETCHERS of arrival and the sum-he- r Pans, where he formerly was ble time Cera Culture. " a few days is better. Mat, the 9 i' of mas. . Charlie B. Niceley. John Talbott Tyree Sam J. McMullin. Logan D. Taylor. Oscar Evans. TONYD EC DUE MUSICAL DIRECTOR BRASS BAND Tedd Payne. Robert Lee Mulliua. Frank Croucher. Cas-pe- r -- . MEN TO BE HELD IN READINESS FOR MILITARY DUTY. TONY EC! QUE . I e . v '- - ... - w 7-3- I - - - DIE-Tues- . , m.T . At i I ;' , no-rson- I CHAM-BERLAIN- S Mt. Vernon BARGAIN HOUSE phy-siographic- al st WITHERS Fancy Groceries & Notions . J Your old friend, OhiTOren Ory Q. GRIFFIN P. MT. VERNON, located. C ASTORIA : MT.VLRNON SIGNAL FridaV, Sept II, 1917 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ON It VRAR $t.n Advertising rates maue kneum an application MKMBKR OF TKNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Wayside Notes By "J. If." The hemp crop in Clark is much better than expected; is tice and tobacco is splendid. Some of the North Carolina highways have ligns bearing these words: "One half the mac is yours the other half mine." The telegraphy of the inonn. tains will not boavailable for but few "landing stations" when the airplane comes into general MM or until greater improvements have been made in the air defy ing device. Then; will be many such stations over the country when airplane linws are ones of Rock) ties of thu coin 111 ere is ciub oi- Ford cauteloupes were cultivate ranizations of Livingstou, Brod Nit. v't inon e c i' i i' id, ed in thai !' Much -- ., hi in in ba buiiu accomplishe J by the- wns found tiuJj and much inor in t Bosteo, Baltimore !' onr own state done. I ets revive thr1 ursraiiilarger cities ' Tin- !, rtoer sig ns agreeing to raise :. certain uum Will O J"uos on his ray t. A secretary :nana Sem York from ber of vi.it to ial tnd old looks after tb n town, Ift.Veroun.ktopi naiahiag Mies ami attending to yff SOiil. boors at Wiacaeater shipoaeti lectingand pa i g and spout the tiraa vii over to the owner such amount writer. Will haa certiialj nmdc as is coming a'ter xponst g u! in lh CI hi sane have been deducted. been connected Wit lie pn ice manager contracts with small department for more until ten mill for cutting material for rears Has been refills making crates. A certain sup D ,i evei we ve ii s 10 sni- ply el that crating material is al ficieut bervice rendered. lowed lor each acre el melons, m charge of the d Uh llV .s in u; .lid .. L. . ..: . c . p and t he planter in ed n t Ula ril' iiiiiMMiu OI t Ifcjlll'l'll for same nntil his crop ia sold ukii known as the "nlain clothes Other accomodations and en wearing no uniform) conragementa arc exteudetl the Will has gained qnito n rcputi-rarmerTlieV.-.vV.,- -., in this srork, by tin I. tion in his work S. Agricultural Department, tin- j,,,;,.,-.- speak often in praise 0 State Agricultural Department the big things he ed off", and county agent, the latter Ue is familiarly known over spending much el his' time ;u section of I he 1 wiiiL'i that 450 acres Z- - - 4 1 .- - i- . i - --- . tirt . - KleS X ; ne m 4 t- I very one o "Y q n B it 'i eawss lllll ILL 1! Was a . hi-g- "We'll Deposit Our Money with the A r m aio 1 er ! III MLS5F7 - a-:t-k 11 ' 1 i ""III a 5 mn ' I . 1 l I ' InvJ It H s 'bin E'f . II i Ii Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time 1 entered into woi.ianiiood I looked with dread from one month to the 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 mo ur.iil, c;.c day, . . . 1 decided to S4m km ff a 1 i J I 9' ... -; This Bank pays a your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. : TAKE i the kcalny. I ine "Broadway . Jones". InChin t W II mmrn n m ii I TS;. sST. sI l rCH US GROW" 2ESO ? sing too, and ascertain if it Met our old friend C. C. Davis .lutable lor raising tin' Kocky here a few das since where he Ford lor commercial purposes, was a mighty welcome visitor. sad if found so, to organize after 1 i -- llu !liv' evaders asm i., p We are confident tbat m '1 castie soil is well adapted for word down the line when they ' ";;ni ,1" is '" t i . it seel ion, to raising these melons and we Brodwaj Jones is BOggasI thai the business men "hide out Woman's Tonic - coming." A number of adven-ingstoof Mt. Vernon. Brodbead, Uv"l tok four bottles," Conwsv etc. take up tore he has gooe thro, as record Mrs. Jones goes on to in ,lie pi'e-- s of the city would conn-- j this qnestiou, consult with !i nav. "and was not o!v liP l 4 ty agent, R. F. Spenceol Berea. for" ;l R'l1 izd hook and 41 4 greatly relieved, but can f necessary have him or some-- prove quite interesting reading I truthfully say that have Wtfi aota pain. . . f, send samples of sail from His next promotion will be that af' H " It has now been two ' - H the various sections of the conn" of a captaincy. years since too caruui, r tv, to Experiment Station at nnA I Qn Mil in oiaH i;'v' '& ?2 3KafiEga!(E2aBBBR-ffiaBT2anBaaP&?ttESSl-- v n. lh Dr, Frederic Jocobson says,7Dpercentoiwo- men need Phosphates to give them Strong, Healthy, rounded figure and to avoid Ner- voi s break down. E34ez:ezs:siz2s R.H.MILLER Iji ,T J -- I m f-- 1 1 j LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon. Will Not Seize , Home roods VV , M j ! VY: the order of the Moberly, Madi well, division engineer, in charge son connty farmers and truck of fourteen counties, state aid raisers and go into the work on work, went up to Detroit lasl .1 business basis. The various Saturday and drove back his termers clubs through ut Rock new Dodge car. The writwt castle county coulu take Up and was given the first ride in the work out on new plans that pri Stable. machine, his girl carte second. would prA'e more There are other things of valua Hardly believe she wa pleated ble iaterest that would follow at not being first. ihis nndertaking One enter- It appears straug that auto- prise beipete another. It may be mobile associations have not well also to keep in mind the evolved a "system of signals'' to proposed canning factory to be be used by users of that popu- tMtablislit ai aft. Vernoa in 111 omethiag after This proposition is not all wind" lar machine, whistle but is an the order of railroad assured enterprise that signals. Such a system no doubt will be carried lo a bUcoessful would prove a great convenience accomplishment. For instance four short eoands in the Comberland, on Boones of horn or klaxon for a "call" to attract attention of storekeepers I'rail, up Uocacastle River, from or others to come out and calls Livingston at Crnise Ferry, is, el for other purposes. A " stop" located h.t bnngalow-castl- e old man of Clark the signal for warning to a elwseh following machine that the uia .jiiiitv, . Col.. Ii. R. Perry, who chine ahead means to stop, would ea inaui.- me gooa miiii nr ine ins .' n probably prevent aaaiberaoi ac oe. Lei meui el uplift of Ilia ni in. In cidents. A 'back up" signal ito quietude n the roouutaios (three sounds) would warn pad isterians audothers to 'lookout. imid whispering pines and genSignals for other sarpe.'ea could tle breezes that swa the lrL.-- s tbe oak, monarch el the forbe devised and all prove useful est, 'oy tii- hmpid waters where convenient and a preventive to Boom is known to have crossed accidents Our good friend Jack' Conn. that historic stream awa back in 1775. "far from the madden-crow- d Pass." the "sage of Aransas and turmoils and activ-tt- ) he (being a resident of the of business a flairs, spending assisted in creating and a citi is tins once, most zen thereof a longer period thai the evening active, eoergetic and progress any other man a mighty good ive citizen, veneiable and great man with it. entitles him In tin h .s sp 111 y revered man, wli in our honor litis), noticing so many years of ins useful and notes thru the Signal remarks Life in rendering service relative to the remissness of eventful to his country and Fellow mar. many peaple relative to answer ing letters, grabbed his pen and It is the wilt of his legion el "dropt several line to yours fiiends that bis remaining clays may be of that nature of the truly; and to mollify us over his Our office male. Will P. Caldjji-ati- i i-- ma ; -- VJ would adhealth. . . vise any woman or i;irl to use Cards! who is a sufferer from any female 1 : .?. : i grow strong in Naturefs way, Consider the Lilies of the Field, How T hey gj Thousands of women Kentucky j 8 trouble." ' circulated statement that the Government expects to take ttood supplies fron If you sufferpain caused jjV Government Issues r.'""l iiti-- -- bi tM mt , from womanly trouble, or I.. Ilonil tf K'l.nnrl Till I It MO -I if you tee! the need of a V' Uoiug to Comiuandeer their' ' good strengthening tcnic j ,, .. .' .1.. iiousew - e . s l'ani...rv . run --down ini' j !,:;' to build up yourthe auvice system, take Washinggon, D c. -- Thl re is of Mrs. Jones. Try Car- - '; "'' i . V CALL ;ON US if f . 1 .- t '' j j I 11 ? ti- no truth IE a widely . Growf you need anything iption 11 m f j dui. H helped her. We believe it will lulp you. - K u j Administration and the Depart, nW of Agriculture j. in in a statement to counteract what seems ao oe a aeiiherate proja gands to the effect tlut the Gov-ernment ! family. Both tin-- Food ff I ri AT Jfff- AU v Wf " Druggists 1 68 W ' . r5ja?aEi ns w& ... - c-t- delay forwarded to our address ''peace that pa s th nnderstand. " a dozen fi.--h .ca!s measuring in'. f T!io Couneii National from three to lour inches each in its speaking campaign across their surface. They were ftom a GOo pound fish caught in over the county could do g()d ov cslliag the attention of the the near by waters. folks remem- fanners to tht- question of orMany ber Jacl: Conn. He was raised ganizations for raising and marnear Brodhead. Is a brother of keting the Rocky Ford melon Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mt. Vernon in I'.tls. Also regarding the Mt. Canning factory to be Like other Rockcastle loys who Vernon in other portions of the estsbliaht is the same year, the go out world, he has made good in the owners of which will call upoa them in the early spring for the south west. Possiblv from modesty, not a purpose of aiakicg 'contracts forj TALENT great number of Rockcastle boys acerage of tomatoes, corn berries; and girls who have located in etc. M u s ! c I a n SReadsrs Lecturers The convention at n tsi, ,ne counties and states, have dropt me the requested letter or card of the Southern Appalachian Association, from advising of their location, avoca Wood Road For the Lyceum and Chautau-qu.-.s- . tion and success. Would be glad Oct lb to I91I promises to have We will organize five new to have all of them, who read one of the most constructive procompanies this--- , aeaaon. Our is desired grams on highways arever this item, to write It present companies are all enThe Association conto get up an article for Signal ranged gaged and making good. Spewill prove inter- sists of good roads members which no doubt cial coaching classes begin Sept. esting to a large number. Get from fourteen Southern states 15. Out of town students can your pencil now. Dont delay it including Kentucky CC Crabe, put all instruction in one day par Address Jim Maret, 11 Frat of Eminence and our Boone week. Catalog upon application. Way man are the executive ComBldg , Winehester. Ky. Thirty out ef the 48 states mitteemen for Kentucky and each, named Peter Lee Atherton of Louisville, Westwood Conservatory of Music have a county Washington, showing the esti vice president. "When the frost is on the : : : Elocution and Languages : : : mat ion in which thev hold pumpkin and tbe fodder is in MRS. CORA W. HIGDON, Direatreaa George. A melon raiser frem Mobcrly the shock" would be ar appro Harrison and Manama Avaa. aiaeUinaU, O. prist time to awaaeu the activi Weatwood .. in east Madison eonntj tells the IV'-feaa- a, Ro-kcast- le intend to take from every family all ea.iBu goods Pnt nP in etcea of loe quarts This ia only om of ttie vsria- tion of the rumor, wh:eh ha been Widely circulated. Another statement is that the Government bas been urging the causing, dr) ing. and preserving or fraita and vegetables so that ithey will be in a coii fin. mil lorm ior ine rovernnient to basdle and tran an when taken avr.ty frm the people Further elabora tion is that these v())da are t be taken away from tka Americaa bomes and shipped to Ktigland. n one instant a motorist stop ped si a farmhonse to fill the of his automobile. radiator In the course of conversation he casually inquired whether the farmers family was canning all the Surplus fmits and vegetables in order to help conserve the food supply. He was informed at the fanner waa not doing this because the Government to take all the canned .roods away except a amail part 1 it actually needed by ihe fami i.y itself The authorities state emphati-Icall- y that no such course has tr been contemplated by the Government, on the contrary iioth the Department of Agriculture and the Poed Adm.nistra tion are strongly urgtn housewives to can and preserve, especially tit tlii- - time, all surplus fruits and vegetables in order that the households themselves may ha'e a cheap plentiful supply of toed. a-ul HOPEWELL snd Mrs 'Tohn Ckmtz, nl Mt. Vemon, ape Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. j. W. Kiiby. Rex .lames Barnes is assistinK R" a'nes Stoles in his meeting tit SkegRsCreek Mr. and Mrs. V. Mr : M Nieelev spent Saturday and The life et the lily is but few or months Tbe life el oar. and nn:ii is threescore ten. ' But ' lt( one's life in its fullness, women like the lily. io.' h nourished by ill same vitctl elements wbi 1; nature pro vines ter nourishing every Uvirg thing; and these include the valuable phospha es so otten lacking in the nsnal food we eat today is rich in these Vino PhosDbat It contains wonderful elements. them in concentrated tablet form which S easy to take aii( klv et1 into :ui abs assimulatrd he aystet and r ra vn th t o!i ; ige, builds and r b ill and brain ia Ijeant-ifuia oonj arith Nature's perfect plan "That's why" Argo Pnosphae makes g sidid tlesh and mascies. we - H p - in the drug line k r Sn it:;y -.. JH PHONE 3n TVT - . . l Snndaj with Mr. and Mrs Win Barnes - Mr. Alfred Barnes bought (One work horse frota fake Bray for one $loe. lire. Amanda Ha ty had a bean airing in last .Monday night. Mrs. Charles Bethurum, of Maret-burgis visiting relatives litre Utv Csrmical filled liis regular appointment at Line Creek at nrdsy and Snndsy. Mr. A. C Si wder, of Mt Vernon, spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Alfred Barnes Mrs J S. Rash, of this place, spent Suu dav with Mrs. Charle Jones et tfabd , . which thousands of phy-- 1 are prescribing da ly tn thin, pale, colorless we i,'i: them rosy cheeks, red hps. ami a. beaut lu'' c implex-ion- . Many cases have been reported where women have their weight from 15 to 33 pounds vitha few weeks treat tnent, and any women who desires a well rounded and developed term. should secure Irom her dmggist. this new drug which is inexpensive and is dispensed by any reliable d'Uggisi with or without a doctor's prescription. ft your d'tioist will not supply you. send $1.00 lo the Argo Laboratory, 10 Forsythe St , Atlanta. mates icians mild up nan to 1)11. Argo-Pbos- bPBUAL Notice: pha re contains the Natural phos Mt, Vernon Graded High School AN ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL A Sfantlartl ofStuily. Tborouili Training and a (Je11er.il Review t'r Teacher EIGHT WELL TRAINED TK At I IK IIS llili School Coarse Rrst Term Begins Septenihaf T. N. Nok, Chairm is K. I Ct.. .Scv 1. t.iry IJ lU. H'lT n't for CatmfagMt . I). II l.Y X, im:ii KT. . .... MT. VRKXON, Adams and family, of yuan, were Yisiuug rem thresh re Saiuiday and Sundav. ?C?A?z7rJ':' K&J Mr. and Mrs. Iojj111 Raker were here iast week visiting relatives. I 1 ra UJ. e II JJa A crowd attended tre Teachers' Association here last! EMBALMER Friday and all had a nice time-M- iss UNDERTAKEH and Klla Rowe spent last week KY. with her sister. Mrs Sarah Misses Jeruia and Ira Kincer attended church at Wal-BU- t Grove, Sunday.- - Miss Ida S C. C. " LAW ATTOKNKV-ALUrron is visiting Mrs. .lames J Ban eu this week. Leander thought a mule co't of V). m OFFICR. Oa ard. floor of X on i Mt. Veruoa, Bank G. UnUoCK lor .o - j. a. K.ove, st Special atten- !of Mt Vernon, made his regular jG Churchgiven collections. jh tion t A HANSFORD J. C McCLARY j W. t4utsatmmrssfjx'a r ... la-ir- Me-Perro- n. STANFORD, I Recommend Peruna To All Sufferers I Do Of Catarrh Not Think I Williams T J y 14c-Kinne- y . Ever Felt Much Better Mrs. William H. Hlnchliffe, No. 20 Myrtle St., Beverly. Mass., writes: have taken four bottles of Peruaa. and I can say tbat it bas done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. do not think too much praise can be said for Peruna." Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. I 1 call here Sunday. There must Mr. and Mrs. be some attraction, spent Sunday at Neal McFerron the home. fP D. McFerron. Mrs ames Cromer continues very sick. Mrs. Sallie Bullock has been very sick for a few das The J 'PNONE 80 $3aTM43ft3B3C&" &BETHURUM1 LEWIS & ATTCKNEY8 AT LAW Luther Borbank County For His Ctioosp Sonoma school that is being taught at this place by D.G.Buliock is pro ftressing nicely. Willie Adams, who is teaching atCedarville, wai Will practice in all the courts. Office in Bethurum Building. Ml VEKNON. KY. Experimental Farm ijrpitpxM X&30C&30C& TRADE here visiting' old friends last Miss Sidney Kincer was week. the guest of Miss Rissie McKin-no- Sunday tveuing. Miss Hes ter Cioiner visited her grandfather our rates. Mr lonas Pitman, near Level ACVertising MORAL Green, lait week Several from TRAuE . : thi? place attended Holiness meet prominence in this paper is to ing at Hopewell, suadsy.-M- ias y0Uf Mr. Home Merchant, what Ross Rsnner spat a pertien sf with aa. sitter Mrt. last week tA an anoinfl w"w , -m The difference between business and success is advertising. Inquire about MORAL It means that laossta Does thU in an eajrtMag to YOU? offers ideal ootid itioaa for the gmaata of a very wide rane of ii"p. Here is one of It mtans that it is a '(xmI farming sivtion for YOl" the neat poultry centers of the world: oue of tht best early apple, prune, cherry peai, berry, dry wine, hop. ami BJHaaaal farm hit; in California. There is plenty of rain to make these crops sure. YOU CAN CaJ HOME dis-tiicf- cs SEE THIS COUNTY WITHOUT . LEAVING of Sonoma We have Issued a beautifully illustrated booklet Semi ten cents for this County and of the opportunities there for YOl booklet and asampleeopy of SuNsrr M AG znfE the one big National Magazine telling of the life and development of tht? West. Address, SUNSET FvUGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, SAN FANCISCO Nora MeKinney 1 Ml". VERNON SIGNAL .r 7c3 Vkkkok Kv.Sept. i? wtihHIGNAL v 21, up .' ' t No. 7j" x. O o iti in "" i J J '1 of State and Men- M.J Miller, the Main Street had nerved in various positions tnerruant ass purchased a Latin by appointment and was made a lac and rppidly becoming quite Colonel on lli- stall of Guv. Me- Physicians all ovei the World ar. Icreary. Mr. Ifetcalfl health: prescribing phosphates to build an autoinohilist. ssssHaaBSft? --j. up run dew e nemic conditions emdim Z hK'-to fail about a rear aeo' R Co. ,r . r touisviLE 4. Nashville and those who liavn treated . mi nun ami v. .. ioven 01 anu laier ne was striKen wits their pitieats with ArgoPni Hill sold to J. T Wells of TOMB TABLK. Phosph ite are changing paralysis. Rewsfl for many ' Crab Diehard a bunch of mixed th n, eneinic women aorta 5 S Pm and young drop years vice president of tlio First great many ... ' - ... o wuwc hi L ami oj eis. Titti toneless t.suts, iliiK) a m nort ti Hank of Pineville and ownState Habhyflesh, into the 1 in to tell at this and right away we n:4:am Mr. Elijah Boreing died it the Lj a majority of stocks iu the most beautiful CI South 1201 a m Eastern Kentucky Hospital Lex- Continental Hotel. He is surviv rosy cheeked and showing make them feel at home bis remains were,pd bv his wife and several rhilH. p u m p round Tas. Landkum, Agent. ing ton, and wobrought here for burial Monday ren His mother, Mrs. Paanie formed Phons No. 8. them the newest things to wear men imagIf, and a brother, Thomas Fou Sai.k: One mare 12 years Meter (ntir.-.- i .w Hi.- - Mt Vcrnnij, Ky. Pos'oice inable. IsQanl 33E3 35S old: one mare 4 years old; one Metcalf, of Boyle The fuuera mail matter. ..v without bothering about LliV w. service-- , were held from the Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Jacobean said horse 3 years old. mi a per Methodist church, South, on Wed cent,recent interview that 90 ner D. L. Bkyaxt. AL PIIS of enemia comes from uesday afternoon; and the burial vous breakdown which ssu only lire. Ivan Roberta joined her Sept fL in the Odd Fellows Iceme- oe corrected by supplying the hasband ia Cincinnati Ust week Richard Sowder and Miss: will be necessary phosphates to tue nertery. They aritl make tin-i- home there.! Laagford, daughter of the late vous system that is Sacking in i lira. Sarah Maret of the Wil- I). B Landlord were ma tried the food you eat, and this can be quickly supplied by taking one 01 Judge Ballard officitb .ir. ami Mondav. section, wss tabSeveral requests have come to two fi grain - J. Fis'u Satnrdav and Sun iated lets ifuer each meal, and at bed ask you if you want to don recipes dav The teachers of the county ar this department for It will In many cases mske tiino W. B. PoteH of Ike Walnut requested to announce in school for pickling corn and beans. a pale serawney face the picture' buy, we simply invite you to get acFou Corn. of health in a fuw days. I have Crow section was with Mr. and the speaking dates fur Patriotic Scald corn on cob, theu plunge seen women that I expected Mrs W. H. Brown here Satur week, which dates appear in this quainted with our in cold water. This sets thy milk would have to Jbe kept under dav. of the paper. in the Bora and makes it more treatment for months restored Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Pares! and Waktkd: -- Man past 30 with pleasant to handle, then cut from to perfect health in one or two children, visited Mr. ami Mrs horse and baggy to sail Stock weeks time time. cob, being careful to not cut too S s. Purcll. et Ottawa Satur-- d Condition Powders in Roekeastle Special Notice. TheAigo-Phospha- te close; pack ill crock or keg, first a recommended by D-and Sunday. iy County. Salary $70 per month. sprinkle et salt, then an inch layer F. H. Jacobson contains phos Mrs de? lirovnand Mrs Addiess I Industrial Bld., of corn, theu a sprinkling of sail phates such as are prescribed by Mary Williams returned Sunday T Indi na. arij WH anam and layer of cot n. Continue in leading physicians throughout the ' f om a two weeks visit in Carina? way until container is within world and it will b found most Mr Tom Mink Sr. one of the this effective form for treating patients' t(.n and Boaserset F best and most successful farmers four inches of top, pot on layer f with Nervous Dyspeintia, Stem Mrs Childress sad Mrs. Robt. of the Brindle Hidge section and cabbage leaves or corn busks, are the finest lot you will ever see this season vant Mize were in Lexington Sunday Miss Allie Moore, a daughter et then cover and weight as with ach troubles, Brain Fags, and Nervous Prostration. It will rea re BSB-- b to se" their sons wbo the late Joe Moore of the Wabd grant. Fse lb. of salt to 4 lbs. sew youthful rim and vigor, and; you to see them. of the Second Kentucky. 'is of corn. If brine should sink in build up the whole body r jvru s"tion W(.r" married Tuesday. " .las. Williams, son of Mr and el 24 hours, make fresh druggist will not supply you with When roe go to Louisville to couise Argo-- i bosphate, send jsl.oo for M C. Williams, of SomerMi of lb. salt to four gallon K3C. " ee our boys at Cam) Tailor or brine 'two weeks treatment, to Argo set, is r.o v with the Aviation of water and add. The' Same I f tn Cnronlli on any other business stop with t Leavenworth, Kansas recipe applies to beans, on string tlat.ta, Ga. Mra. A.G. Ditto, 714 South and break beaus. and do not Mis. W. T. ia'is and mother, Fifth St near Brodway. She scald. s Mr-Sarah (tickets, visited Mr. has good clean tumisht rooms Literature can be gotten from When Croup Comes Thompson of with or without board Mrs. Clay and rates ( Home Demonstration Department ire in Wednesday and are verv reasonable. '; Treat Externally Hoa 22, Mt. Vernon, Ky., or PeoThu sday. The old mrthod of dosing dfliatf little Mrs. S C. Franklin lost a ple! Bank. Biodhead. Ky., any Mr and Mrs. Chy Thompson. tomach with aanMOW 'lru' is wrong 1 small piece of jewelry a few days thing on ood conservation. and harmful. Try the external treatment ..' L.'oi Green, spent Saturday ago KaTTlmWmaTnii Salvo. Ju-- t ruh .1 Vick's She inserted a small ad in with Mrs and Sua lay here little omt the throat and cheat. The vaPROGRAM. the Signal and in less than 24 pors, istaasaj by taa body ht. the m .son's partatS, Mr. and Teachers' Association. Bduca rhoking Iilrgiu and rae the difficult boars sfter the paper cams out Zj&o .; Davi-- . trMrs. W. T. the article was retained to her. tional Division No. H Saturday, breathing. A brdtiave0c,application insures $1.00. or 25c, oud rs E. R. Geatry spent a day This is pall a small incident of Sept, 29, I9I7. Brsdhead, Ky. in Lpsineton taking special train Invocation, Htr. Eowlinf the importance of advertising. It lag in biinein.', pickling and ays both the advertiser and the .jaswwasnasescmmasmasgmaamw rncxz . Value af Teachers' Association kraut ma'cing, from Dr. Ivound, reader of that advertisement. Burdelte Owens ia of Washington, D. C. The Reading Circle s a help ATEXASW8 SherilT Cam Mullins has bought n Mlsaea Fan and Martha Spark-John V. McKenzie's residence to Teachers. ft Cor Louisville this wteir, where Miss Dora Vance. Graded school and will Mis Fan will do some special Rear Educational Needs move there about Oct. 1st. work in music, and Mi-- s Martha A B. Lewis Luther Mullins who occupies the Fruits will take a special couise in for once, not to owe a : NOON. property now will move to buildI of adver h'm dergai ten. k Say and Wonder ing recently owned and occupied Higher Education and its relam- -. tising in this many times do yc Mr. anl Mrs. J. w. Southard, by K. laana dialx ; '' ilsri ilissa-.- ilacks, J. McKinney on West tion to teaching aTu! all irrsa : paper will give of Henderson, were guests of Mrs M lis but new z -:,f,!. r !:.the street to avoid a ( WSS. IfaStSS owned by Louis Elizabeth Gantry -. MrBA you 31 pleasanter sur Soul hard's ..ister. rsipl Copper. 1 lie Kentucky ncnoi i.iwi as Wjs'M - igik.9 Shiver v or y time the ; ' 3 W'lch during the week. They ' prise than whn Pit saisl Yes. ;.v ri apply to the tea cher Our advice is fill your coal they :7.iJrss W" asrss Still's." 1. will go to Howell, Ind, to made as. "Su Louis. JjSol i r' afraid to go home ;ti Iry W. N. U. tcvj-litJ. L. Pilkenton houses while you can There their future home. Practical thoughts on teaching special cause lor the coal sit everywhere. Mr and Mrs G. W. Murphy, uation to go bad in Mt. Vernon English u,m?tiw of Livingston, were in Cincinnati Mrs Elizabeth Hale is it? hut we are sura to have it this shopping during the week and The parents relation to th winter and th; coal which is be . is poor consclation while there were guests of their it school. ing shipped from here now should friends. Mr. John Idol and daugh Miss Susie Smith tl bad management it-be going in the coal houses. ter, at "bl W. Mh. street. Community Interest You can buy it now if you want indifference ? lessness Rev. H T. Young, Mr E R it, and now is Miss Tempest Ward the time to act Gentry and Mrs. W. J. Sparks iliss Exie Fast man ReBe fair with your-el- f. Our Soldier boys Jforty strong School attended the Sunday The Teacher as a leader at Campbellsville boarded the special train here at Convention deem those old promises. William Richie 'sday and Wednesday. They 1:20 today for Camp Talor. Tu Relati n of school and church They were a fine looking set of boy s. See how much you can s ! ve reiort a great meeting. Miss Lena McCall 1 and 2 October Prof. Lyon, F. L Durham, T. The occasion was one of the sadMiss Delora Boyd today it will grow in our dest witnessedin Mt. Vernon in 29 H Noe. R H. Miller and B. S. EVENING SESSION Limited te Oet. 7 Alhright were in Lexington" to many t'a day. Mothers, sisters, Citiz-nshInc. as applied to the see the Rockcastle boys at Camp fathers and friends all alike, felt present day. L. & K. B. LIMITED TO OCT. 15 Stanler . We found tliam all deeply jthe solemnity of the ocgetting along first casion and as the train moved well and ACCOUNT America's position in present out, the boys waving good bye, L.&IM. class there was scarcely a dry eye left war Mrs. J. W. Brown under went a Kentucky Moonlight Schools KY. behind. ACCOUNT verv serhius operation in Louis Bankers Kentucky Trotting Horse The six hey who went to Cam p vine yesieroay. ui. m. renn-ingloretnrnol from the cily Taylor on the 8th Inst, are in Association Breeders Association m last night and says Mrs. Brown their new uniforms and looking Oct ii Soft27 W. H. CO TTONGIM, J. C GRIP f IN, fine eiiaajsaasaasaaJBSwsaaawsms - doing as well as could be They are all in 27th BatVic talion, ISota Depot Brigade President who has been If you are in Louisville and (Jeo. C. M. THOMPSON, Gt Mer Payne, ROUND ; for the Des Moines team want to visit them call any of . pitching i them over the Cumberland phone, of the Western League, isathome, being called for the army. George Camp Taylor 131, and they will Sue Bennett Memorial School made a good record, only losing get you a pass into the Camp. fr' ' ! I We understand the ones going He was sold 7 out of 25 games. London, K. stucky Wthe Lamp Oil th q I today will be located with the Sox. to the White W others 4 Saves Eyes School, Meisj WILL GO TO TFXAS. Five aeaooss give thorongfa training: i Nothing is mors importsnt in th 7-8School, Norma) Seaooi, Sckool of Business, School of home UiaH dear, steady Ught. Insure Mr. Joseph Surber, who with -9 October First Lieutenant J. J. Bethurum, hU by aettlng tbe oU tkat burns Music. clear ana clean without a flicker old Centre man, who has his son, William Surber sold an down to the last drop. Penniyl vaiila LIMITED TO OCT. 14 crude oil refined to perfection. LIMITED TO OCT. 14 been stationed at Fort Leaven- goods at Junction City for many Costs no more tnan tbe Inferior New Courses Spedal courses preparias; Tones; men ami tankwagun oils sa res MONEY savta years, died while on a visit to worth, Kansas, has been ordered women for government positions; Civil St r ice and Nursing. Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In Your country needs you prepare. to join his regiment at Fort another son, James Surber at Atfrom our works, harrsls direst L.&iV. was about 80 Texas, and will leave lanta. Deceased Bliss. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. , Our rates are very reasonable. this week for that place. Lieut. years old and one of the most ACCOUNT ACCOUNT LexincLpi, Ky. highly esteemed citizens of Boyle Bethurum has been receiving Refinery afWarren. fa. Write for catalog for full information to Wc sell the celebrated "No Carb'special training at Leavenworth county. The burial oceured at Grand Grand Lodge AutoOU. A. W. MOHN. Principal. and it was while there he re- Bradfordsville. Order The deceased was a brother of SBSMSBBSSSBSaBSSBSSSBSase ceived his promotion. We preof Odd Fellows the late Mrs. S. C. Davis and an Eastern Star dict be will be a captain within Danville uncle of our fellow townsmen, short time. FOR FLETCHER'S s very )ct 4 FOR FLETCHER'S FC? FLETCHER'S W. T. and Chas. C. Daris. Oct 4 Advocate. He was a leading lawyer at the Bell T V. Kiddle will wwf at county bar, and was active in & Fairview church ruxt Sunday at politics. In 1893 he was a candi 11 o'clock A. M. -- The clothes you want are at "lLnJ Charles W. M.tealf w--d at Pneville Monday j j iFisa's. altera protracted illness Says Phosphates Make BeaUtif ul Women and MBflaaaMBal vusMa : date for Secretary Strong, Healthy, Vi gorous, Robust I Saw Your Ad mm i - in the Paper! mrn 11 r.-- 1 J- " - 'l -- 1 A J - 1 - I r v CANNING CLUB WE WANT YOU TO LOOK Argo-Pbosph- ste We j .' Fish's $15 $20 S18 mz 3 ' THESE NEW FALL SUIT. AND NGS - i 1 . 1 ohnr-iturio- Come and Look Fi.st Ready To Buy When Come r I " "Vap-O-Ru- b" Un t !. !'CASH STORE THE 1 . 1 1 Wouldn't If Be Just How t d !' I ".. l " . : t.drai rk-da- m 1 ; . , no I, - ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP How "Had luck" Isr; Lexington I Louisville $3.00 $5.55 a. ip SEPTEMBER to OCT. 13 SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I R.R. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, BB n CAPITAL 15,000 00 i- ex-le';te- svaw TS ROUND TRIP TRIP gy IDDLESBORO WHITESBURC 3.90 $8.80 OCT. 789 WORK-savese- yes. B.R L&N.RR. Chtpttr - Children Ory Children Cry Children Cry CASTORIA CASTORIA CASTORIA KENTUCKY N EWS Items of Interest From All Sections of the State 0 a to I mj 2 M A WOMAN LAWYER By HENRY WALDRON. AMBASSADOR GERALD'S auspicious circunstantes, when addresses were made by prominent men of the city. The term under the lead orshlp of Prof. Frank Brunei, the prin cipal, promises to be a most successful ne. Elkton. Fifty more registered rnei. have been tailed before the local board for examination. Of those granted ex mptions by the local board, twenty-eiKh- t have been certified by the Die Board as accepted for service trict Eight men are now needed to com plete Todd's quota of 124. Covington. Waters in the Licking river, following the storm last week, swept away the center span of the emergency water main bridge at La-- j Falsework, hoisting engines tonia. and other paraphernalia used in con-- I struoting the bridge were swept into the river, which rose fifteen feet with in an hour. Mt. Hartford. Hartford College opened Its 28th annual term here under W3 A Square Deal i tzKJ 1 BEGINS Sunday, September 16th American Diplomat Reveals an Amazing ctory of German Ambition, Treachery and Intrigue it exposes the unscrupulous Intrigues of the Prussian Cliques intrigue that stretches like a Spider's Web over all phases of German Life. You can read it, beginning next Sunday, September J 6th, and running daily for about six weeks, in Sterling. Commonwealth's At- torney V. C. Hamilton, of this city, Ini lies' suit in Montgomery Circuit Court to recover a $5,000 fine from the Kentucky Utilities Co., claiming that and l they have violated the trust law of Kentucky in entering into an agreement with another to control the ice business in this city. anti-poo- ceived by The Looisvi Find the HERALD agent now, and place your order for the paper for the period of the story. He will deliver it to you, Daily or Sunday, for 10 c per week. Paris. Through a cablegram reArthur B. Hancock, of Paris, the news was conveyed of the loss at sea of the imported stallion Maiden Erleigh, together with a num nor of valuable brood mares. The stal lion and tke mares had been purchased at Newmarket sale of J. Muekerby Moorehouse, agent. Mr. Hancock's London ame at the State University was-iattendance at the opening of tht lL'17-18 Lexington. Not more than 5f per cent of the normal attend session, according to Regiatrai Gi'.is. 60 n by mail. GETS IT fol- j i at the close of the first day'i registration. About 230 students made formal application for entrance intc the university before the opening the session. "Whitesburg. Good roads enthusr asts of the several towns in Ea tP;L K ntiuky boosting the Lexington to Norton highway met in Hazard, Perrj county, and discussed plans for tht building ef the highway. The road would be about 22 miles long ails' would extend from Norton, in the Vir ginia fields, through the Elkhorn flele to Lexington. Kentucky Division United Confederate Veterans, havinr accepted an invitation from Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S Cohen e hold its annual meeting and reunioi at the State Valrgounds, the Kentucky Confederate assembled at the convention tent on the fairgrounds Tuesda morning for the purpose of electing s Major General as commander. LouisviMe. The town of Hanley knew the Widow Burns us moderately well off nr. ! having a daughter who was very and very bad temperc 1. The widow also was spoken of ns Heine nn obstinate woman and very commanding. When she wanted a :nudh.le in the street in front of her house filled up she commanded the town authorities o do it, and the nuisance vanished or there was a row. AVhen the town wanted a footbridge over Mill creek, behind her house, to aceommodnte a score of workinjrincn, she snid those sons of toli could either wade the creek or take the long way around, und they are taking that way yet. The towo bought a site for a new school house. The new building would cut off the widow's view of the and she threatened Injunctions and lawsuits until the site was changed. When the good wife of Jonas Richards died some gossip that had been burled for twenty years was revived. The Widow Burns, as a 2irl. was engaged to Jonas Richards, as a ymn? man. They had a quarrel and a separation, and each found and married n new love. Now that death had freed them the gossips were ready to whisper. Mr. Richards had only one child a daughter, Nellie, eighteen years old. Between her and the widow's daughter, Vio, there was a feud, as a matter of course. With the young men of the town it was between a pretty face and a plain one. with the usual results. Up to the time Mr. Richards liecinne widower Vio's mother had very few words of consolation for her when she lost a beau, but later on she one day eald to her: 'That Richards girl may have a stepmother some day to bring her to time." "You don't think her father will ever marry again?" was queried. "It wouldn't surprise me." "But who could it be?" "Never you mind." "Why, mother, you must know something !" "Is it true that she is engaged to Frank Haskell," asked the mother. "Yes, they say so." 'Am! when is the marriage to come pluin-u'(mmill-pon- f ft B II jHIlij eiSr2 -- Jh 0k f'r aw n';iv " :: I r Sin:ii(- - and - qui' t'uulir. ! el cted from ttecita! n 3 niaalf es- mial for CarpcnH-r- . And Tools- are a It ara on the the sqaara, arearate, stiorgly try be t and most rrBahlC u.atttials. AhtraeVa suppli.d with Beceaaarjr made ai d of the carry general Hardware lines of the heal qualities at la most satisfactory prices. Toi. al Also, we flia Mt. Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE -- t ' -- x-- nr yaagi w. i . jkjjk. juaija ,c ja v Z na ft 2 3 nr ..0ww....wwa A - General Merchandise .:43C4-;- . 'ictoic9-4icDa- ,: r p Mill ill ff?" If there is no agent in your vicinity, let us send Forward 60 c to us, using the re's no Ante set. He is waiting for na estate to ie settled up." "!'li" step Mother might forbid him "Tli- lowing coupon, and you will receive the paper during the course of this wonderful story. CLIP AND MAIL. THE LOUISVILLE HERALD. LOUISVILLE, KY. t,,r which cend me the herewith find Daily ami Sunday Herald for six weeks, or during the period of the Gerard story. tvoclosed mine nn tally date." Haw the wiles of the Widow Bars .ealcd the loag etaadiaa aaarrel sow he widower was drawn to ler ir he hwuse." I'.ir her rather?" "u'v he would do JaN as he was old by his new wife, even to locking h up if she made too stark t word of this to any'.oiiy, daugh-r- . Tin rather osnoeHag Mr. Ri'h is to ask BM very soon to be hN i;'e. ami of oaavae I shall say I fu--s : I :9fccxfoafoGab jajd.:'p z&x l-- w Farm Implements : I 8 toaatarttorfi aQa,aaiin . uyrav I -- COMPLETE LINK .FT- aaai - ye-.i- UNDERTAKER n la7 fjwc: aaa.auaaaaa saw saaa n Brodhead n Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail Telegraph or Tele- Ky f w:!:! ,el - e to! ' l imlnriwed tay Imt, !: '.: ' i'V.ii'Kl' SuQtee it on- thwdi re d h - m-- ' 60c Name. ii.r D Town State 7?&. r . . Ttm Fivm Tires" Ar1? J n ( M i f W si jMV s Am ,. I WUr t. -O tt uj U vusl: itr? t lu nave These Tires On Your Car A- i 5 tigg & & bbsbbbssssbbcs -- - - kJkr m - A Because of their qualities. For United States Tires are the standards of low mileage cost. That is why their sales continue to forge ahead year by year, euprenKArniieae-giving mwM; IBMiy nth by month. That is why users of United Stat at Tires last year are still users of United States Tires this year. That is why, sooner or later, you, too, will be a user of United States Tires. Ask the nearest United States Tire dealer which one of the ! is suited to your needs of price and use. LrTt ited States Tires Are Good Tires for Every Need of Price and Use 'Royal Cord' 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Usco' 'Plain A Tire 'Tr.lted - changed my luiud about Frank Haskell." Lexington. Work on the drawinr "Why. what do you mean, father?' up oi a resolution making it the sense was asked. of the conference that the Northers "He is not to come here any more and Southern branches of the Metho and neither are you to meet him anydist Episcopal Church be reunited and where." the appointment of dele' ates to the "But we are engaged !" general conference at Atlanta next "You must break It." May. featured the session of the nine MI must have good reasons to. State Conference of th "It te enouah that I say so." Methodist Episcopal Church, Seath. There were no threats. The next day Nellie Richards met Frank HasMayaville The eounty kell on the street, and as they walked Mason grand jury adjourned after making th she told him what had occurred. recommendation that all places el "It is the doings of the Widow busin'-sin Maysville be closed, thu Burns," he replied. "It Is more than enforcing the antiquated blue law whispered that your father and she adopted by the Stute Legislature are to be married In a few weeks. We many years ago. As the result of thii must do something." recommendation several business There was a woman passing her vahouses that open on Sunday closes cation in Hanley, and It was undertheir places of business for the firsi stood that she was a lawyer. Young time on Sunday in vears. Haskell secured an Interview with her to ask If she were a member of the Lex ngton. The adoption of a reso profession and to add : lution favoring the removal of tht "I want some legal advice. I am time limit of four year o;i ;.. i eaajacod to girl whose father has and presiding elderships in the Meti: turned me outdoors." odist Episcopal Church. South, and c 'It is not the first case of the kind." another resolution providing for a re "She Is willing to elope with me." quest to the Louisville conference thai "Well, why don't you do It?" they join with that of Eastern Km "Because she is only eighteen, and tufky in asking the general conference under the laws of the state It would to unite the two bodies, featured the ba abduction." ses.don of the Eastern Kentucky Con "Has she got any friends over at ference. Grafton, for instance?" "I think so." Barbourville. A total of 168 well? "Well, I am going to drive over there were completed in the Kentucky pe Thursday morning. If I should find a troleum fields last month, twenty-nin- e voting lady near the schoolhouse at counties being represented. New pro ihout nine in the morning I should duction was boosted by some wells 01 isk her to ride with me. You had large eapacity in the Estill-Powletter go over Friday to see a tailor. fields, he aggregate daily new produc f you are near the post oflice at eleven tion exceeding that of the preceding, 'clock you may see a young Indy look-rif- f month by 400 barrels. August record anxiously around. Perhaps she'll of completed work and new produc lend you to the house of a minister." tion was the best is the history of Ken "And about the fee?" asked the clitucky developments. ent. "Oh, as I am on my vacation, I shall Elkton. Next week has been desig harge you nothing." nated as "Patriotie Week ' in Teds Miss NVIH Richards took a walk county, and arrangements have bees uext morning ao scan us her father left made for public speakings and enter he house. It ended at the school-hous- e tainments in every section of the coun door. She was sitting on the ty. The Red Cross will take part is steps when a lady drove up In a the proceedings. buggy. After three days the newly-wedWinchester. Lieut. Hugh Witt, son came home to face the music. There of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Witt, of this was no music. Mr. Richards extendcity, recently commissioned for a place ed a hand to either and said : in the Ordnance Department of the "Children, I'm glad you did United Slates Army, has been ordered glad!" to Washington, where he will assume (.Copyright. 1317. by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) a place in the gun division. s s It-d- that ill to Ids da ugh! el : evening aV I A..MI. fccjlC hi. phone ordersProniptly Filled jec J0C3cqjeO &XgX& '&3gXL&L: mgm ooo tmu Projressivs PeopTe business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise the progressive farmer; and, too. the business woman. 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I have keen selling Chamberlain's Tablets for about two years and heard such good reports srom my customers that I concluded to give (hem a trial myself, and can say that 1 do not believe there is another preparation of tht kind equal to them," writes G A McBride, PEOPLdX HAS A HIGH OPINION OF CHAMBERLAINS TABLETS. "I have a high opinion of i Harse senl to all parta of the County." All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled Chamberlain's Tablets for biliousness and as a laxative,' writes Mrs. C A Barnes, Charles' ton, 111. W. A. COX. 94-S M 1'. VERNON, KY. "I have never found anything so mild and pleasant to use. My brother has also used these tablets with satis factrry results" When you need Job Work of any kind, remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want, when you want it and at a reasonable price DASTORIA Ohildren Cry FLETCHER'S FOR