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VERNON, .-r ROCKCASTLE fc NUMBLR 5 f -- kn v- "7 fTf-- i ? 7 -- y . j sti? f ' - : Graded School Notes Star Roll discretion of the President or as the urgency of the war shotdd make 28 I TO THE PEOPLE OF LIVINGSTON On October 20th we will open ofii. in Dr. AmvXS : for Sept. necessary. grade. " Lillian Griffin 7th " a Davis 8th " Qt li Rosa Gentry " Flora Pitma- n- 9ih Julia Landrom 9th Passed May hn Meadows-7- tb , Passed espionage law June 13, authorising the government to deal with the activities of enemy spies and giving the Postofil e department power to censor the mail circulation of newspapers building, and begin furnishing the townol ton with coal. For the first raont we B iy cot ut able to furnish all coal needed in the t there will be a clerk in the office a all tin your orders there which will be filled is . - ve n W I and magazines. 2ndgrade. Authorized the construction of Vernon Taylor, Lillte Winsted, sixteen cantonment camps each Eva McClnre, Claud Harper. Ircapable of housing 4o,ooo men vine Harper. Passed a hill authorizing the 4th grade. President to commandeer and Rissie Gentry. Grace Bryant. take over all ships under construction in American shipyards, 5th grade. and to take over and operate Nellie Cox. the German ships seized at the tisli grade -- i outbre-of the war. "Marguerite Bryant. Secretary of the Navy given 7 tl i grade Reca H singer, Jack Brown, power to commandeer all mateRussel Nicole? , Lillie M ullins. rials required for the construction of.' warships and munitions. Rill Johnson. Creation of Priority Commit stii gra Adams, Rissie Barnett, tee giving power to tha govern II kOLLCAVIXCI the trend of the Ida Brown, Flora Brown, Anna meat to route freight and regu''' times Fashion has developed Brown, M alt? e Choanal, Mahelle late urgent shipments of coal or Cummins, Pay McClnre, Eliza other necessary commodities. coats and suits along simple Creation of a Food Control Iangford, Celia Hiatt, Lorese no more elaborate CLii rht lines Board headed by Hrbrt Heover rf ailing, Marg ret Sparks, Hazel lares, no nissiness. Parreit, Jesse Debord, Everett with power to fix the price of wheat and certain other com Bryant, Thomas Wallen. But, ch, what attractiveness has moditiea and to deal in food. 9th grade. been embodied in each and every Creation of a Coal, Feed and Annette Cox, Mat Hvsinger, garment by that famous designer, Fuel Control Board, with power m Bonnie Niceley, Desie Xiceley, to fix price of coal and control Bischof. Rissie Ramsey, Baby Cooper, its distribution. Claude McHsrgue, Robt. Davis. ou will be delighted with the new I 1 Passage of a revenue taxation -' 10th grade. cellars, for example the "Duplex," to raise approxilaw designed Addie Smith, Julian Miller. mately two billion dollars annu the "Monoplane," the "Owl," the 11th grade. ally with heavj taxes on luxuries, "Muffle Scarf," the "Kirby Kcllar," Maggie Levisay. excess profits and incomes. etc. VI th grade Authorizing the President to Ruth Landrutn, Verna Welch, proclaim an embargo on exports lines are exceedingly beThe pew 1 Airlnov C!ravfnrii Mart T nn?- - to neutral and other countries coming. Come in and see them. rord War budget authorized amounttwenty-onSome t iCts about the Graded ing approximately School billion dollars, the chief items hold being seven billions loaned to Three of our teacher lit. Tern n. Kn tueky Stale Diplomas Three hold Sta.e the allies; for soldier pay, clothCertificates, ad have had work ing and shelter, $3,642,o0o,ooo; for army and navy arms aud beyond High School. ; for enro Itnent is 3Q4 ammunition, Present guns, $987-000- , and .naval owiamuyintoineuaviapreperty bum V N S I J T on Main street, recently vac ted give shells,a and making ready to More than ever enrolled the first warships for aviation, $707, ooo.oOo; i Ooe; him wa m re ptioi W. montl by 40 E Singlet i) v,a in Mast by Roj Penwick ammunition and Mr and Mrs vl. Baker, of Mt Vernon was High School Department is for naval fuel, I Catlin have returned from a here between trains Sunday. J. llernstadt. Tuesday, on im'men. $052,oo0,oo0; for civil gov eight larger than ever before. s S. U Krauklin, o! Mt V.:rMr. ( atlin s parents, i Brown ha mnvMl his fnmilv ti with eminent, $57o, 000,000, for food 13j were neither tardy or abeon, was here between trains Mr and Mrs. J. I) Catlin, at 'his farm that he purchased some control, ,fl64,00o,0oo; for the home from Lebanon. Ky. Died, October 3d. time ago near Rowand. G. V sent last month. Tweeday ea Presidents private fund, rhe Hand is coming nicely. Oxingtuau E i,who:Mra. Josephine Lenehan, age 79. Ualp way has moved bU family in- for war risk ship insurProf. Diecidue has a large class. ance, $45,ooo,ooo. itatkwsed in West Virginia with she was buried at the family 10 the property recently vacated l"ii In Sasa'a boys, spent a few burying ground, in the Buffalo by J. H. Browning. W.M. Baker The 10h 11th snd 12th grades ry, at Stanford, Ky. She' is repairing his prop arty by won the banner for attendance days with son Red Cross Notes has moved his family to leaves Wonder if they two daughters, wic rS putting a glass front in h; atote Uatj month Next Monday night, Oet. 15th, Lebanoa Jaectioa, as i;e ii is a Thomas Parley, of Livingston, room. Judge J. F. i)es was in will keep it for Oct f annual election of officers. is noaitioa thate as fireman. C H.lattd Mrs. vv. M. Beets, of Louis Mt.Vernon Wednesday on busi-t'ritThe students of the throe last This meeting will be held in the of aVodbead, a mighty good ville. sad a boat of friends and ness. Mrs (. S Griffin has re years el the High School will very immau and one liked by almost relatives to mourn her death. She torned from Mt. Vernon, where give program for the exercises, opera house and is a everybody, baa declared bmself a had been qaite low with that she went to visit relatives. Mrs. closing the month of October. portant meeting for this chapter. Some of the offices will have to candidate for aheriff of this coun dread disease, dropsv, fn- quite Wiil Bradey lr'.s returned from Everyone invited. be filled. Some now serving will ty on the ledependent ticket. He a while, but bore her afflieuon Hazard. Kv , after a few days Every one iuterested in edu not accept for another year, and was in our town today mixing without a murmer until the mas visit with relatives at that place cation in Rockcastle should do much depends on how the people with the boys. Now voters, it is called her home. James Maret something to help the school of Rockcastle shows interest in GREAT FAiTH IN CHAM your time to gel buy and lele of Winchester, Mt. Vernon and fair along. Don't forget the date the organization for next term as BERLAIN'S COl.iC AND elect him to the udacc to which he and Texas, the Boone Way Man, Oct. 2b and 27 to whether we have our hearts in DIARRHOEA BBMEDY. aspires Rev. Baker, c;f London, who did m re than any man to get: Red Cross work, or whether it filled his regular appointment at Boone Way on the nap. was here "Chamberlain'a Colic and WHAT CONOR ESS HAS DONE svas only taken up as a new fad Christian ebnrch, Baiardaj Sunday ea nmte to Wiachester. arrho- a Remedy was used by IN THE SESSION JUST to be discarded when the novelty and Sunday. - The L. .S: X. car We bad a long talk with Boone my father about a year ago CLOSED wean off The women are standpenters arc repairing the depot Way Booster and he left on our when be had diarrhoea. It Washington, D. C, Oct. 6. ing by the knitting iob nobly and -- Fred CoUt.ugiLi has moved mini the iuipressWm that he was liev d him immediately and by The war couiess just adjourned it would be too bad for the men his family from Paris to our going to give us a write up, as he taking three doses he was abso-tow- has carried thru 'the following to be so indifferent as to let the He has rented one of Dr. was well fortified and was going lutely cured. Fie has great faith program : work go down. So let everybody R. G. Webb's houses on High to sail forth, so we are digging in this remedy," writes Mrs. W. Declaration that a state of war come out and take part in the I. vV. Catlin has moved oar trenches and preparing our H. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. attest exists with Germany April 6 election. Bond issue authorizing to raise All those having work finished five billion dollars of which three will please bring or send same in, btlHon would be loaned to the as we wish to check up and see Allies. how much more yarn we will need Council of Nationil Defense to finish our consignment. authorized On last Friday our Chapter Urgent deficiency bill passed, shiped 1 dozen sweaters, 1 dozen appropriating one hundred mil- mufflers, and S der. pair sox. We lion dollars to be immediately feel sure they will fill the require The Food Administrator Writes Us : available for the use of the Presi- menta and be started at once on "The use of hailing powder breads made of corn and other coarse flours instead of the journey to France where they dent for war purposes. patent wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food Administration. The heat needed for export is thus conserved, and at the same Bill authorizing the creation of will warm the bodies and cheer the hearts of our bos, when they healthful food for our cwn people is provided. The circulation of recipes protime a national army by g&lective draft make the dash for Berlin and the viding for these uses would be of assistance in carrying out our plans." to nutnoer one minion ana a Kaiser. They are going to get The following recipes for Corn Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour half men, to be increased at the him for they said they were. and make attractive and wholesome food for every day when made with k j Honor Boll for Sept. Ul of the as given. R. B. Winkler, Sep :; Ky Wallin's Creek Coal Co., Harlan. minag the business Miss Vera Durbin will have charge of the Livingston office. Mike Fannoii and :'. D. Fannon with Mr. Winkler are the j oprietora and the ntnie wf the concern will be the Li' ingston Coal Co., Incorporated. 6 1 R.H. MILLER 1 Fall Fashions IH A 1 LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon. : I i i Kentucky kj .: if CALL ON US you need anytMng 1 o g in the drug Prescription 11' m Sj i I ,- I A 11 EW PHONE 39 Sutton & McRee e 1 Square Deal A -' may als ays he expected frsm a BSjnre dealer. We deal in f3,l5-l,00o,00o- It a) Squares and every other essential foi Carpenter. And the Tools we sell are on the square, accurate, strongly made and el the very be t and iniM rcbablc materials. All traii. s uppli d with all necessary Tools. Also, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at prices. the Bjosl 9 itbl - i - $loo,-000.0O- 0; 85 j h, - Mt. Vernon. c. c. cox tr Opoosite Court House Di-th- e Woufdn'f If Be Good Just for once, not to owe a cent ? How many times do you cross the street to avoid a creditor? Shiver every time the phone rings afraid to go home miserable everywhere. How is it? "Hard luck" is poor consolation . Isn't it thoughtlbad management ! re-her- e. n. A UNX F:rom ashington essness indifference ? Be fair with yourself. Redeem those old promises. See how much you can save today it will grow in our ROYAL POWDER CORN BREAD Is; 1 1 BAKING RYE ROLLS SAVINGS DEPARTMENT .oaadAaaiBaekeiaaeaaai has three mmh eajoy life. 1. The popular liquid form of Pertma 2. yea ahoeJd know if you aa no M 1 a? tib'rspcoi; EUtr tilt IVi mm milk I tiD.c.pocDt Eliortenic; JHx tborofifct'y Csy ingredients: ad J rnHk and melted oriental;, fcsat ..ell; pour into vreU greased pan cud bak? in tjt oven about 25 minutes. t 4 ':ctc1 tetspooni Hoyal npi cup corn mesJ door liatlcg PowdM a cups rye flour teaspoon gait 1 level teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 74 cup miia V4 tablespoon shortening Eift dry ingredients together, add milk and melted shortening. Knead on floured board; shape into rolls. Put into greased pans and allow to stand in warm place 20 to 25 minutes. Bake in moderate oven 25 to 30 minutes. ionic of the American household, with a lout aSOW of treating all catarrhal difficulties. the reliable The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. ia Cur red, uLite and Hue booklet " Best War Time Recipet" containing additional similar recipes tent free on request. Address Royal Baking Powder Company, De.pt. H, 135 William Street, New York. m formulary and ia more convenient ter many. 3. Manalin, the ideal laxative, by the retfolar use of wnicn constipation may be overcome ana natural action restored. Manalin has no) habit forming drug, but ia an aid to nature. So many Your druggist has all three. thousands have received benefit from th use of one or both these remedies that they are a recognised part of the equipment of every careful household. The tablet form, which ia made after the CAPITAL 15,00000 saa- san J. C. GRlf f IN, W. H. CO ttONGlM, Vice-Presid- President C. M. THOMPSON, Ca&hrer ent nu runu cofvajw co u.,ou. "aaaaSJBSiBasssBSBri v JmJ"-- Z " jyjT VLRNON SIGNAL I kidxy, Oct. i2, h. J 1917 by Judge Richard G. Williams, of ,!i'ml,er fw!sil wAoeiitupoB imp sjhih Covington, always an advocate of iiiuim'ii to prscrv of the purjMiS'i.s of the original ind worker in every good cause anus of the organization and are writes us as follows: am just in receipt of your of communication September l!9th, addressed to "Kentuekians, tried and true". 1 genuinely appreciate our effort toward a COMMlfSIONElt'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Elizabeth Bowman, C. C. Bowman, Walker Bow mar, Jesse Bowman, Florence Monroe and HSSHSaUfci yet proud to b' known m rbe every Friday Piibli Boone Way Boosters of lite lit BDGAM S. ALBRIGHT, tle old town of Ml. Vernon, in of the Cumber- the (foot-hil$ 1 .0 lands. OBsCKIPTION ONK YRA.R "Garabed," a new system el Advertising rates mace known en energy, invented by T. K Gira application gossinn, an American, of Boston, after '26 years of experimentation, promises great and wondci MHMBl R OF CSHTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ful things. It is known as I "free energy generator,'' and has 2&, been critically examined by patiJSjC?i$ ent office experts who are so im ls "I Every One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the Plaintiffs, vs: Commissioner's Sale. successial good road day en the 14th, am. i can say that you are Robert B. Cockrell and Defendants. the cause of my writing several Jennie Cockrell, By virtu ie of a judgment and letters today to some of the order of the Rockeastle Circuit men. Send the same literature to 'ourt, rendered at the August Rock-cnstle Rev. J. W. Riddel, Orlando; Rev. Term, lo,17, thereof, in the above Alfred Pike, Brodhead; Rev. L. cause, I shall proceed to offer for Car-mica!, prnut with Us workings that on their recommendation a bill was scheduled to be be!d in Mt. Vernon Oct, 26 jrreat and -- 1 shold prove life el Rockevent in the school It means much to tin castle pupils who partake and we trust that the teachers and parent will take proper interest which will be an incentive to the child ren. Hvery puj.il from ever school in the county should be Tin: school fair present at least on Saturday the 27th. The program as printed in last weeks issue of the Signal demonstration. shows tl at all arrangements are J. H. Bartiett, formerly o. being perfected for a great day. kftddlesboso, later of Louisville, Come. now residing in Anchorage, if Congress last week, money to pay th( having the inventor expense of demonstrate the H)ssibiiities of hi invention before a committee of rive of the leading scientists of 'ho country, who will make I report upon the results to the "Jove merit. It is claimed that (he powers of this machine art sufficient to drive a ship across the ocean and to carry an airplane around the world withoul landing. The country is anxious iy awaiting the return of the passed by ippropriating Bowling, Brodhead; M. G. Fish, Mt. Vernon; Charles Hansford; Jim Barnes, riaasford; Rev. EL T. Young, Mt. Vert on. Would it not be a good idea to .ret Ed Gentry, L. W. Bethurum, :. C. Williams, Sam Lewis, Mat Ballard, EdKar Albright, W. L. Richards, W. J. Sparks, Charles Davis aud U. G. Baker to go in twos and speak at different places in the county on that day. a other works make it a memorable day for old Rockcastle. I believe if Edgar would jtake hold )f it, it can be dona. I also hope to see an article in the Signal of this week, urging the people to lold special meetings and go nt and attend them " M. IN MFMORY OF MY WIFE, MOLLY M. MARET, ,WHO DIED OCT. 15, 1916 sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public October auction, on Monday, 29th, 19I7, being regular Count Court day for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and k3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months, the follw-indescribed property, to wit: A tract .of land in Rockcastle County. Kentucky, on the wacers of Crooked Creek, and bounded g This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. "WATCH US GROW" OIL AND GAS DEVELOPMENT IN LINCOLN COUNTY. BY T. Wayside Notes By "J. M." Oncof our "b(;ys". W. H. Wil liams, is a resident of Aztec. New Mexico. He is a brother of the late .I.J. and D. N. Wil liams and of Mrs. J. W. Van Winkle, of Mt Vernon. His very interesting letter follows: "I was born in Rockcastle county. 183."), ielt Mt. Vernon a1. the age of lb and located in Carthage, 111. Entered o&ercanttU business in lb."6 and continue.., therein until war broke out Entered the service as 'orderly sergeant, promoted after si months and received four com missions during war; the last one being that of Colonel, dated November 10th 18G4. Lived in and sold merchandise in Iowa Kansas. Colorado and New Mcx ice. Retired from goods business seven years ago. Am prOi ident of the Citizen's Bank of Aztec, since its organization in lfloj. Own I00O acres farm ami timber lands in New Mexic arid Colorado, some town prop erty, all rented out except home Have two residence. grandson's in the army and several nephews and grand ueph e.s from Kentucky of course I am getting a .little old but my brother, J. C. Williams, of Carthage, Illinois, beats me b K years; be is 08. The charter members of the Mt Vernon Commercial Club, which was organized Januars 2nd 19 3, were J. W. Brown. Robert Cox, W. G. McBee, J.F. Griffin, U. G. Baker, C. D. Sot 1 the man who gave loe to each jf the counties of Rockcastle, Laurel, Knox and Bell, to pro mote the campaign in working toward patting Booue Way oti he map and getting it constructed thru the Cumberlands. He was among the first to contri-ottt- e to the cause and was the largest contributor, by far, in the undertaking. He was also the first to order a map of Kentuck showing this great highway from Cumberland Gap to Louis-.illand from jMt. Vernon to vlaysville, ,that division which soatinnes on to Kenton. Ohio. The Boone Way Boosters, the Boone way Association and the people generally along this highway have a mighty warm feel iag in their hearts for Mr. Bartiett, the man who had faith iu the "dream" of the little baud of Mt. Vernon workers whose "virion' gave them courage to fight the battle through for better things foi their people who were virtually shut out from the boey world for the lack of connecting highways. If we had a few more like Mr. Bartiett, in this old world of ours, it would brighten up things along the e By Jim Maret. Tread lightly, she is near, Under the snow; Speak gently, she can hear, Tte flowers grow. All her dark raven hair Tarnished with rust, She that was lovely and fair Fallen to dust. Coflin-board- , heavy stone, Lie on her breast; I vex my heart alone, She is at rest. as follows: Beginning at a conditional corner, poplar and dogwood, above the whirl hole on the east side el Crooked Creek, near the old fish dam, this being Champ aud Calloway Mullins' line; thence with Susan A. Mullins' line up the Laurel spur with center of the potnt to W. M. Mullins' stake corner; thence with his Hue a south direction to .the ciiff to the west end of the cliff, thence west with the old feuce to Crooked Creek; thence with the center el the creek to the lower end of the McTilly field ,to an elm corner on top of the ridge; thence with the center of the tridge with saiu Mullius' line to Bee Mullins' gum corner; thence a northern direction to two small dogwoods; thence to a beech and elm, Bee Mullins' corner; thence uy Crooked Creek with the center of the Creek to the beginning, contain-inone hundred (10U) acres more or less. Foi the purahase price the J. a. The Wood, Booae 8t Backer Co's have all been mora or leas successful in development near Highland, having made nine good strikes. The wells are estimated to oe good for fren 11 to 50 When in Wit. Vernon DROP IN OUR NEW STORE barrels. Two new companies, the Mayo aud Henry Clay, will start drilling in this territory soon. Many )t the most prominent oil men of the state are turning their attention and closely watching developments in this region. $100 REWARD, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced On South Side of West Main Street I You will find our stock clean and fresh, and our prices right. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Come In and let us get better acquainted. Peace, peace, she cannot hear L3'ie or sonnet; All my life's buried here Heap earth upon it. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH LREMEDY THE MOST RELIABLE.After many years' experience in the use of it and other cough medicines, there are many who prefer Chamberlain's to any other Mrs. A. C Kirstein, Greenville, - purchaser must execute bond with, approved surety, bearing legal interest kfrom day of sate until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly .with these terms. 'pathway" of life. ton, K. S. Albright, W M Moyater, Chas c. Davis, p. Thompson, Jr., C. C Cox. W.A Mckenzie, C. B. McKenzie, Dr A. G. Lovell, V. H. Fish, A.B Furnish and Jim Maret, seven- l teen in all; to the list was ai ded at subsequent meetings were the names of a4 others, iuclud ing merchants, lawyers, doctors and othwrs. The good accomplisht by the efforts of this Club have proved of inestimable value to jhe town and county. It placed a great highway on the map, passim; ihiu the Cumberlands; brought the business and professional nn n of the town into a better understanding, made an impres ston upon the country people whkh caused a better feeling of amity in business and social relationship: caused more pave merits to be constructed; aided in electing the best men lor town officers Without political thereinto prejudices entering had streets improved; buiid electric light plant; sowed the setds of good fellow ship where jeasousies had existed; aided in philanthropic affairs; schools and churches received their attention; in fact it did many other things, not mentioned here, for the betterment of conditions gen rally, for ton and county The work and influence of the l lub iead t other towns to their betterment by 6 llowing in its footsteps. While this Club has no; held meetings for sometime, each p-t- ty Was in Mt. Verncn, Saturday afternoon till Sunday noon ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. on a hurried trip. Had telephoned a friend to meet us at Missouri Ramsey, Admr. of Plaintiff, UooodtStone station. The friend i. B. Ramsey. Dec'd vs: Commissioner's Sale. failed to come. Had a nice 6 mile walk over Dixie-BoonDefendant. V. 0. Kirby, Mt. Veruon. Was pickt By virture of a judgment and up by clever Charlie Rice, of Liv order of sale of the Kockcastle aigslon, who was taking a spin Circuit Court, rendered at the over that highway, in his auto: August jTerm, 1917, thereof, in it was the first time I had met the above cause, I shall proceed iiim since we were on fishing to offer for sale at the court trip at Port Aransas, Taxes. house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , The road is good from Mt. to the highest and best bidder, Vernon to a point just beyond at public auction, on Monday Ren fro Creek. From that point October 26th, 191 7, being reguit Ins been macadamized about lar County Court day for said three miles but is uot in a Ba county, between the hours of 9 ished condition but will be fa. m. and 3 p. ra., upon a credit and put in first class of six months, the following de shape, by the contractor, before scribed property, to wit: it is turned over and accepted One house- - and lot located in by the proper authorities. the town of Mt. Vernon, County, 1 was pleased to see the gradof Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, ing on the Livingston division aud bounded as follows: of the highway was progressing Bounded on the north by Main nicely. Wras assurred by coun- Street; on the east and south by ty road engineer Mattingly that the Louisville & Nashville Rail on it v.ould be completed into Mt. road Company's right the west by property recently Veruon sometime in .November. owned by W. T. Smith, deceased, On ajcouut of some prooable and now owned by his heirs. difficulties arising in connection Or sufficient thereof to prowith the routing of the h'ghwai duce the sum of $458 27, with at Livingsiou tia. getting over legal interest from March 1,1917 and around or under rnilroad and the cost of this action. tracks and yard tu reach the proFor the purchase price the posed bridge site at Stoatfa el purchaser must execute bond Round Stone, some of our Livwi;b approved surety, bearing ingston friends are a little fear legal interest from day of sale ful of the possibility of the road', until paid and having the force crossing the creek higher up ;ind tffect of a judgment. Bidthereby the town losiug that for ders will be prepared to comply which they have fought so long promptly with these terms. and valiantly. It is to be hoped G. S Griffin. that all difficulties may be over Master Commissioner, come and the road put thru over Rockcastle Circuit Court. the route they desire. CROUP. The State with the largest your children are subject number of automobiles is New to If croup get a bottle of Cham V'oric, which has 346,000 Neva berlain's Cough Remedy, and da has the least number, 6,000 when the attack comes on be to follow the plain printWilliam Fayne, of Pine Hill, careful ed directions. You will be sur- is telegraphing for ti.e Pennsyl prised at the quick relief wfeicfe-vania railroad, near Pittsburg. it affords. e to-sar- d years, and we always found it quick cure for colds aud bronchial troubles. We find it to be the most reliable cough medicine we have used." a writes, "Chamberlaiu'sUouhg Remedy has been used in my mother's home and mine for III , internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in G. S. Griffin, the curative powers of Hall's Commissioner, Master Rockcastle Circuit Court. Jatarrh Medicine that they offer )ne Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure. Send for list MRS. SMITH RECOMMENDS of testimonials. CHAMBERLBIN'S TABLETS. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., "I have had more or less stom- Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drugach trouble for eight or ten gist, 75c. G. H. ears," writes Mrs. pocccpcL 4pc$Dcc3eoee Smith, Brewerton, N. ,Y. "When suffering from attacks of indiC. C. W gestion and heaviness after eatATTORNEY-AT-LAing, one or two of Chamberlain's MT.VEENON.KY. Tablets have always relieved me. fi OFFICE. - On 2cd.floorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, on I have also found them a pleasChurch St. Special atten- These tablets ant laxative." tion given collections. tone up the .stomach and enable 'PNONE 80 it to porferm its functions natc&3cde33yi&x3fcr& urally. If you are troubled with indigestion give them a trial, et well and stay well. treatment, constitutional ball's Catarrh Medicine is taken by Yours for business, P. Q. GRIFFIN VERNON, KY. MT. w k&JSIooo Saiafii- d 0 OOO i ffl vm m al fit- Williams W J P njrasDia PeopTe business man knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; wide-awake ,- $ SALE. COMMISSIONER'S ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff, Bank of Mt. Vernon Sale. vs: Commissioner's V. C. Kirby, Martha Kirby, J. T. Bowling, and Defendants Leonard Kirby, By ROUND TRIP likewise the progrtMdivc farmer; and, buoin 1 woman. We the shall le gUJ to initiate people into details of keeping a cheeking taeeoemt, WE t, WILL BK GLAD TO TAKK VOUU BONDS. ORDER Louis vi f!e Oct. 1445 L. 16-1- 7 POM THE NKW LIBERTY LOAN i 1 $m& n The Bank of Mf. Vernon LIMITED TO OCT. 22 fa ktjoo-o- mm c virture of a judgment and l3 ..:& X3iac Ky r T': over-hpule- d order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 19i7, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, October 29th, being a regular County Court day for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six mouths, the follow ng property, to wit: in A taa-- t of land located County, Kentucky, Rockcastle of Pine Hill, and just south as follows: bounded On the north by the lands of the Kentucky, Portland Cement & Coal Co ; on the Least by the lands of said Company; on the South by the lands or Robert Renner; on th West by the lands of R. L. McFerron and containing 30 acres more ar less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, V DrafecAStle Circuit Court. &N.R.B. ttucggx apcgtqcapc&- - "$& ACCOUNT Grand Lodge of Kentucky P. A. M. and Grand Chapter R. A. M and Kentucky State Medical Association Octi2 flWt l ' SBANVILLS OWENS I j UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE- -Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail' Telegraph or Tele- of-wa- y; M V JJRUytjLigBBrtaWP1 ROUNDTRIP . phone., orders! Promptly Filled Lexington yc JC&X&X& cpf cfcDecc - 7yc9fcxi. i???''-'- $3.00 SEPTEMBER 29 to OCT 13 Inc. LIMITED TO OCT. 15 gisr??;?!:. !; UFHDiSfA&B Teja a .WSB&.r, HI Our line of Couch Caakett ' 1 ?tHB , r is unexeelld Band-made oftins turnishec Hnrse p 1 1 jr ent to all parts of L.&N.R.R. ACCOUNT Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Association Oct MwtJrrTTJKtw-- ;the County. All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX, 94-S ML. VKKNON, KY. 1 it j iii rP MT. VLRNON . SIGNAL1 . Joh" Fidds did r Mt. Vkknon Kv.Oct. . . 12, 1917 ()fticrs Rcsrvol because fect of one of his eyes LOCAL. he "l is ofin de .1 You Young Fellows ought to s '0 the now Bolter suits at Fish's cTTffi'iHMwaaaMassMaaBaaai I Wantee Man past 30 with 79 toCnmu ae wlthSlGNAL v ex up " nt Jle. 7j" w horse and buggy to sell Stock Ml' TItt TABLE. Bl Bl 23 Kl nortn north south South Phone Mb. 8. J.JJ p 11:43 n S:uG a m am 12:13 a in Jas. Landsfm, Agent. EmmteWmwi .it tkm Mt Yrn.n, Kt. Pitflaec mail matter. M c: srronH-oa- a Powder ic County. Tomorrow is "pay day for the Condition Salary $90 per month. Address County teachers. 9 Industrial Bklg., Indianapolis, Wunderhose for father, mother Indiana. md the children at Fish's. "2.") MINERS WANTED". Ball Hand you know the rest. in Harlan county. No strike Now stock just opened at Fish's. on, no labor trouble, good houses, Coal c 1 ca dealers schools and ood water. from 3 to 7 feet high. Free Iteaded eeurl at Stanford, transportation for family and household goods For further John Ramsey will begin Monsee agent at Mt. day finishing the Count v Bridge information Vernon, Hotel, until Sunday on the Brodhcid Uarthurg road. niht. He will leave on 21 at The Farmers Clue and school 12:13 a. m. Will have transporfa:r at Cove will be held Ben tation for those desiring to go Wednesday, Oct. I7. Everybody invited. Council et The Thread of Gold is Confidence. that runi through the great fabric of American Business Buyer and seller no longer pit their wits against each other. The succcsful merchant of today earns the confidence of his customers, and is most careful to preserve it. The P I ISt AL Bverett Mulliiis was in Cor bin Sunday. Mrs. Ballard, mother of Judge Ballard, is sac? bick. Otts Rohins of the Hopcnvell so tiou ha typhoid lever. A VI. Biatt BTsel over from Wednesl'.iodlH'ad on busines Indiana. Brag Thumps n and children, of Cra'i Orchid, are with Mr. and Mrs.W M Poynter. Miss Iviith Adams succeeds 0:n; r c'hesnut as one of the feeada rs in the Pine Hill school. Mr and Mrs. R. B. Mullins. and son, Benj miinr, of Richmond trs with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Araeas Sunday. (.us Stewart, of Madison county and WillKm Stewart of Knix county wert here on bu-- i ues this week. John iienef-- , whe lias been working on the Army Camp at Ohio it with his Chiilieothe, near Su keye. ni thcr Richard Solder writes heme fiom (amp Taylor that he has been appointed Drill Master for son e of the boys from Reckcastle Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Johnston, of Pittsburg, Pa , wore with Mrs Johnston's sisto-- , Mrs. Anna E. Miller, this wetk for a short witu Mrs d m Cas Cox was here from Cor bin Monday and sold his half in Wr-kin the barber shop to B. J Thos Cheiry was up from terest T. Martin, of Crab Orchard. Mr. Wednesday on C;;ib Oi chard sfartta is on the job now and tha bafeiSMss. new firm is Martin & Mullius. Miss Maggie Jones hss beea Dr. M K. Pennington, dentist, el this week ahse.it from who has bten at the Rockcastle on iicoui)t of SfeetnseBB. for the past week, will stay over Miea Martha Burdine has re for a few days next week. Those turned from a two weeks visit wauting work should mak en frL-nin s. day. Mrs Battle Hansel has been very sick for the past three Pennington will be at the Rockcastle a part of next week. Those wanting denial work done can see him during Use early part of the week. Th'. Dept. of Extension work has extended the time of Mrs Gentry Co. Agent through the month of Oct owing to the fact that the season was lata and the girls canning work is not finished M Dr. K National Defense Bradley, chairman of the women's department of the council divide the conaty into school districts as a unit and has appointed each teacher as chair man of her or his district to car ry out the order of Mr Hoover that every boasewife in the nation has aa opportunity to procure a window card and "oe asked te sign a pledge card stating that she will ue her bsst endeavors to save food This plan has been devised after due consideration by the most tale:;ted and best m.ncis in he nation. If properly present ill ed to each housekeeper, it bring the matter to thf ui as incli viduals, while reading papers or hearing speeches, a great maiv think it is meant for otheisaud passes it by with very little thought. This job is too large ter any one but if every teacher will give it time to appoint enough girls to canvass the district as a sub committee and inform them of the purpose we can get in tune with the rest of the uation. Miss Mary The giving of honest values, the careful protection of found. cus- tomers' interest these things spin the Thread of Gold that draws mei again and again to the store where they are to be I Men who have been wearing FISH'S $15 $17 $20 $25 SPECIALS s-- come back year after year for more. They know that honest value is built right into these methods unusual garments. The finest fabrics, fashioned by careful and hand-tailo- r into garments of surpassing style, perfect fit and great durability, these are the real Thread of Gold that hold men's confidence in our Clothing Department. garments early, limited. nd as time i. Joe McKenxie, S E Hellard VT. H. Carmical began Monday moving the Baptist church to one sid to make room to uiid the Sunday school rooms which were provided for sever al months ago. TODAY WOULD BE A GOOD DAY TO COME TO OUR STORE AND GET THESE NEW THINGS YOU NEED FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR. WE SHOW SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY THE CASH STORE ON THE CORNER BUY THAT If you want it right in style, quality and price get it at Fish's Floyd Miller has made several improvements tn property which Koit Sale: A team of good he botitfiitjfrom Sheriff Cam Mul horses, a team of good mules aad litis. The property bought by two extra good saddle Ik rses. C. A. Davis, Mr. Muliins from John McKen Mt. Vernon, Ky. xie is also undergoing repairs, adding of new rooms, etc. For Sale: My residence on Wanted: -- 25 wagona and teams West Main street, just outside the ta haul gravel en pike between corporate limits of the town. If Pine Hill anil Livingston. Wa sold at once will sell woTth the money. Apoly to, gons must have gravel beds Georgb Owens, The teams are wanted at Lee Mt. Vernon Monumental Arnlds'a plac-- on Monday morn at iug Oct IS. Call Frits Kxeuger, Works. Ut Vsraou, Ky., for further inSOUR STOMACH. formation, price etc. Kat, slowly, JMCTTMJclj IN OUR LINE J LIBERTY BOND LEAstlRft SINCE I887 jiiiimM standard track directly serving 8000 Miles To the Public atteBWSlBMBACSBVBntSBBMaeBBVBBBBBf masticate your men to work in food thoroughly, abstain from plant et Middletown. Ohio meat for a few days and in 1110- -t steel vi?it. 9o per day and up. cases the sour stomach will dis James Maret, returned to Win-sJ- Wages $2 rfcan men are wanted for the appear. If it Joel not take one ster last Sunday hoou. aeeouj-pauie- d shell shop, to make shells for of ChamberLin's Tablets imtned-,- j by S. C. Franklin, whe U. S. Government. Apply to v after supper Kd meats visited bis Bwther tad aiefcer ia our most likely to cause American Roller Mills 1 exingtee. stomach and you may find it Middletown, O. best to cut tl em out Mrs. W. A. Cox, Miss Louana Oct 11 3T. E. Abnev, Agt. Whitehead, Mr. and Mrs. E. B Tha election, which is only Cox and children and Rev. H. T. about three weeks off, is evident Young motored to Houston viile yesterday to at'.end the Fields lv being approached by the "Gum Shoe" method of electioneering bale Richard Cox has resigned as as To the casual observer, there is isteat post master, on account but little evidence that there is a of his school work, and Mis campaign on in Rockcastle in 4O0 Wanted: Alabama Florida Georgia IFcontemplate YOU or your friends Indiana Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina fares, schedules, train ter-vicetc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the information regarding traveling to any point and daaire e, Southern Railway-Syste- STATE When you want your property sold see me. When you want to Ohio SouthCarolina Tennessee Virginia and the Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C KING, Diviaion Pautnrr Agent 1 18 E. Mala Str.t, Laxiasto. Kaatacky 1 F.mma Taylor has been appointed which there are three tickets and in his place. She began work naturally each ticket feeling confident of victory. Wednesdar. n-- xt District of Columbia imumiiiiiii IIII!IHI!U Tnnnmimimmimmiiii Luther McCracken and Lige Tom O'Uara who will arrive Abney. two Rockcastle boys who Monday to take charge of jobs in Middlotewn, the repair end of the business of have good Ohio were here this week. They Bryant Bros, garage, i an exieHrt our jood friend Bright pert mechanic of seven years ex Mu'.lins riding in a new flivver. perienct and Bryant Bros are Andrew Gentry was home certainly fartunste in being able Sunder from Hasard and the te secare the services cf Mr. boys were calling him grandpa. The grandchild is a little girl which arrived at ths horns of Mr aud Mrs Robert Gsntrj aaat Hasard a week ago. O'Mara He is not oaly able to fix certain ear but he can fix any er all of ;them regardless of what the troeble nay be. W".7T3 ViiOS '.iarrTSHESESfotHrc': TMe Sh! What would happen to me if I were your kid? Well, if you're not acquainted with Calumet Bakings you don't know what a good excuse I have. Can't Help Helping Myself they're so good ! Good for me too, because Calumet Bakings are wholesome and easily digested. I NOTICE I 1 in HAVE BEEN CALLED ARMY SERVICE FOR I buy property come round. Just as we go to press we were Sheridan Bow usee was rather informed that Mr. Fritz Kreuger, seriously injured by a falliog the contractor for putting the smoke stock from the boiler et metal on between Brodhead and the pump station ef the W. J. Livingston would not be able to Sparks Co. Mr. Bewtaan was start en the Livingston lend of helping raise the stack. He has of the road Monday for the rea no broken bones but is badly son the grade is not quite ready. mashed about the hips. He will start on the north end planned and in a few days J. T. Meadows who has had as will be ready to begin at Livingscharge of the L- & N. eectios at this point for years, has been ton. promoted to supervisor on the T. J. Ball has given up' his old L. & A. R. R. which runs Wolf Creek school to accept a fr m Frankfort through Rich good position with the Mayo Oil - 1 GALyWSET BAKING Millions of mothers use And Have For Sale Privately pair Mare Mules. 5 & 6 yrs. old. 1 odd Horse Mule, 5 yrs. old, 1 Saddle Mare, 6 yrs old. I 2 3-- 4 Steel Skien Birdsell Wagon I Cow Boy Saddle, good as new, set good Wagon Harness. 1 can please you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL POWDER because because of its purity it always gives best results and ia economical in cost and use." Calumet contains only tmeft apingredient at hav proved officially by the V. S. 6n Food Authorities. You save when you buy " You Mire when you um It. M HmGUET-iSsr- QTJtAIJTY mend to McRoberts. Mr. Meadows and family, whom we regret very much to lose from our number, will move about Nov. 1st to some point on the road which has not been decided upon. We understand that Ap Taylor, of B rod head, will likely succeed Mr. Meadow. and has clearly demonstrated what a man with push and en ergy can do in the oil business. Having been in the business only about 90 days he has taken of the Mayo Go's over about stock. He has been vry successful in handling leases in this and other counties. 1-- 8l Gas Co. of Lexington, Ky. Mr Ball has large holdings in the Co. will not have a public gala but will b glad to show this property to any one interested between now aud October 20th at the M. (i. Fih place, three miles from Mt. Vernon on the Dixie Highway. 1 J. W. RIDER Real Estate Age I NeSHK I 6 Mi JESSE T. FISH Lost: I Taylor made suits $15 and Up At Mt. Vernon Fair For SaLB: Two j?ood harness FOe SaLB: One pair bay horee at Msh'e. Fit guararrWed. Grounds during fair a boys coat. mares and one Rood second hand uaulws t jrn old in spring Lucy McCall, Return to T. J. Niceley' office robber tire leather p Boheu Gus Suverson had a fine two Maretburg, Cy andjjet reward. ode;gj. year old horse to die yeaterdav. j jrJD3i:D PrllNf The It is no To Stay longer an experiment Time and hard usage have proven it practical. It is onlv a matter of time until afmosf every family n Rockcasffe wilf own a car. In durability, in Above all others the Ford car stands out as the best. simplicity, in ease of operation and in low upkeep cost it has no equal. It's motor is the best in existence, regardless of price. 4 K XJfc.. A. 345.00 F.O.B. DETROIT A 360.00 F.O.B. DETROIT car of service .therefore a car of pleasure. GARAG : S expeiince in the ante repair business and will be one of the best in Eastern Kentucky will have charge of all repair work. Mr, Omara has had seven years and is fully competent to take care of any job given him. Tom Omara CARS FOR We handle only the highest grade automobile goods. by The Ford Motor Co. and backed by their guarantee. All Ford lepair parts sold by us are manufactured LIGHT TRUCK HAULING DONE. N EW PROMPT SERVICE. HIRE & & Busin BASIS Gr-A.R-A.G- WILL BE CONDUCTED ON A STRICTLY By this means we expect to sell cheaper to give you better service for less money CASH THE B YANT TELL US YOUR WANTS rE