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Mount Vernon signal: October 19, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917101902_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 19, 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. tTtMM PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY (Spill WliPif ROCKCASTLE ' P1L KY.", mwa ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUMIOXXXI MT. VKKNON, COUNTY, FRIDAY, OUTOHKU 19, 1917 JJUMB1LR 4 FOR, COUNTY JUDGE ? Catarrh of Stomach Mrs. Mary Fcnncll, It. P. 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KasEsazsn 8 o ciKxDBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal li2taM.ii; i 1 CALL ION US if you need anything r in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty tTOLLOWING i I with the new W. A. TO TUB VOTHUS OF KOCJKCASTLB COX COUNTY : the "Duplex," the "Owl," the Kollar," exceedingly be--; and sec them. 't . McRee Kentucky dlu agod nnd nil others who can, liousos hare are carrying more make the trip to Mt. Vornon. It than $100,000 stocks of machin-er- y NOTES X (will suroly repay them. and supplies from which orders are filled to be shipped to By "i. M.1 It is possiblo that Mime of the various portions of tho state tbo claims aro somewhat broad, rol mostly to eastern portion thoro When Col. Sam M. Burdett, to somo wondorful invon-- ' writers, 'ativn ono of Kentucky's of. There is certainly somelions aud discoveries mado late- -' thing doing in oil here and here-boutwas correspondent for tliu Inter- ly.-b- ut it ii ,a fact that when ior Journal from Mt. Vernon, brought out, at no doubt thoy loft .that plnca t locato else Clark county has mad out soon will bo, the world will be whero, away back in tho lo estimator for tho overhauling I7 more than asionisht. The Kaiser ago, tha writor was named is will bo aghast, and tuko to the miles of pikes this year, but the pencil pusher in his ntad in tho woods while running is good. work has been much capital of Rockcastle. Ho, (tho owing to the difficulty iu securA factory is being erected at aroatul in Col. writer, ing teams and holding labor, the ll's.. shoes for a numbor of yoars Council Bluffs, Iowa, for the latter especially, is scirco, and as newt gathorcr and scribbler purpose of manufacturing Hour, difficult to hold durintr wheat for the Interior Journal, tho "tea and coffee", oxtracts and harvost, hemp cutting, tobacco alfalfa hay. This o-o-o- -o- OOO-O-- O Sway j 0K1 "Ioo5 bst "cheapest and best" enjoying the reading of his Jown itetnt, in print, muchly; whether tho readers did or not v cannot say, but hope they hare forgivou if not forgotten the short comings in his notes to that notod Jur-na- l located on the site of the fort caudieslfrom and corn cutting. Laborers getbears out tho reasonableness of ting $'2 per day on the roads dethti' charge onco mado that our to the harvest, hemp, corn friend Tom Hayes, of Conway, sert and tobacco fiolds during their occasion, at on one, particular seasons, where the worker reMt. Vernon, drovo a mulofrom; from (S to $4,50 per day his stall and ate up tho hay found ceives and in the coru lie 'ranges from in the tack; though it is said and not $4 50 to $H in a day, cutting by Logan whero ho aud to have been timothy eroded by the shock at so much per. companions fit the Indians to a alfalfa ;hay that ho consumed. Somo half dozen corn harvestdeny the charge fraile during the days of Boone Tom does'nt ing machines were brought to very strenously. and Kenton, and on tho watcis county this fall and their of tho St. Asaph near tho fa Speaking of vocations. Tho the times, in work is proving vory satisfactory mous Buffalo Springs. writor has followed, at Tho machine cnts aud binds inMost of us lmvo undergone fact put in years in various lines. to bundles, doing tho work of varied oxporionces sinco "tlioso That experiences in telephone ssveral men. It handles blown cood old days." Tho writer has business with its various ramifica down corn noarly as well as that followed railroading, telegraph-ing- , tions, part ownor and general standing. and manager of exchanges uow.'papor publishing, Manufactories in the 6tatcs to was all around the mest promotion and construe line, the north have taken hundreds tlon, and tho promotion of high !"affraTatinost" employment ho of laborers, both white aud was alway building, tho latter ho lias over foil Into. Thor present, annoy-ancc- black jfrom this county within followed during the past six most constantly troubles, dissatisfaction, the past few years, causing a years with somo littlo succors scarcity of labor hero, thereby after somo mighty blue years grumbling, sometimes verging necessitating more farm machin boforo his efforts attracted at- on te pitohod battles. Oh it ery to rcplaco hand labor that tention or amounted to much. was tho life. It was not all ono has departed for other fields. Then followed what might bo sided either, it was on both feet, H. Clay Gentry, drops a line. tormed a '"road milleniuco" including subscribers and users as well as .tho em- "I am working as conductor on Way was put on when Boono tho map to go thru tho Cum- ployes and the company sldo. Belt Line of Southern railway Everybody Jcatches It, including between Uast bt. Louis and Veberland. father. How c would you like to nice. Been at it four years. The Rural School Fair to bo be tbo telephone man ? Not mo. Nice position. Mean to hold to held at Mt. Vernon on October Tho least to bo envied is tho it. I of teu wish for a drink from 27th should, and wo believe, hello gill at tho switchboard, the ;old "spout spring" and if a large attendance. will haro tho most dltllcuU and ihankiesi my calculations dont malco a aud the meeting and exhibits job of all. mlscoiinoctlon I will be there interest and of provo of groat a bouts ou thanksgiving day with Winchester is not exactly "oil lasting benefit. The writor bopos most in- - wild" but is bordering upon it. father and mother." 10 be wesent on this John Goutry, anothor son of iprpstlnL' occasion. Lot every Thore aro probably a thousand audi people who havo locatod bore our good old fellow citizen H. C. pupil botwoon Gum Sulphur fioochland. Boone's Gap aud within past niucr months wto Gentry, is engngeU as O. B. & D. of East St. Louis on Ward at the mouth of Buck are interested in oil production man out (Continued ou last page.) Oil iield supply - aud prospects. Cre.k, along with tho elder, said, j I tela-rliono telu-phon- e As you are aware, I am a candieate for County Judge of Rockcastle County, and now. appeal to ou for your sqpp:rt. Tho Republicans are urging vbu to vote the straight Republican Ticket. My friends, do you "us good and patriotic citizens think you should always vote one Ticket, regardless of the candidate for whom vim urn :Uci to vote? will vou ruto bliudN for the sake of n&rtv? Roosevelt, twica president Voters, remember tliat of this great Nation, el president William H. Taft. Charles E. HuKhos.lato candidateltor president on tho Republican Ticket, and Elthu Root", one oC'tlib most intellectual mcu in all the world, aro uow supporting an Independent candidato for Mayor of Greater Now York. Those aro four of tho most illustrious men of our age. A few j ears ago fourteen thousand Democrats voted for W. O. Bradley for Guveruor and electod him Chief Executive of Kentucky. Two years ago nearly as many Dmnocrats voted for Edwin P. Morrow for Governor. Last year thousands of lending Republicans throughout the Nation votod for President Wilson. If these men could fail to blindly follow the party wherever it leads, can't we in tho good County of Rockcastlo do likewise? I promise you, if I am elected, I will look closely to the interest of the people of Rockcastlo County. I will give my entire attention to tho duties of the office. When youcomo to Mt. Vernon on businoss with the Couuty Judge you will always find me at my post, ready and willing to discharge my duties. I promiso you that if electod politics and creeds and porsonul friendships will not control my decisions, but I will render justice alike to tho groat and small, tho rich and pocr, black and whito. I will be guidod alono by law and justice. Many Republicans have urged me to mu and pledged mo their support. I feel confident of my election. Very truly, W. PHONE I I 39 A E2ZdOZGnCIiRlS Square, Deal may always ho oxpected from a fiquro dealer. Wo deal in Squares and every other essential for Carpenter. And the Tools wo sell are on tho Rquarc, accurate, strongly mude and of the vory be t and 1no.1t reliable materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Also, wo carry general Hardwaro lines of tliu best qualities at tlio most satisfactory prices. Mt. Vernon. Kv. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House A. COX. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Let us get our heads together and work for the best interest of our county. As I said in my announcement, I am a candidate for Sheriff on the Independent Ticket, and after be ing urged by many Republicans and Democrats to make this race, I am determined to make same to the end. I feel that the mass of the good people of Rockcastle are interested in this election and they are going to make a change, so let us all work together for the best interest of our county. If such great men of the United States as Ex- President Taft and Roosevelt can work tor an Independent candidate for the State of New York, it looks like the good people of Rockcastle can follow suit, and work and vote for an Inde pendent candidate for Sheriff. I am not asking vou as a Republican or Democrat to vote for me, I am asking the good people as voters, and if they believe I will make a good Sheriff and treat all the people alike, and will be Sheriff tor the people, vote for me. Recollect when you were a little fellow and ate too many green apples and had the stomach ache ? Gee-miCrickets ! how it did hurt. ny All doubled up, thinking you couldn't Then your Htuiifl it nnothur minute. Mother would give you somo janmicu 'member how it would bum going down ? but 'torectly your poor littlo Htonmcli would get just as warm ami you could feel yourself fotting easy. Ay. Hoys that easy sensation did feel o good ! If todav you have partaken too freoly of the green apples of Kxtrauaganco and aro all doubled up with tlio "eolicy" pains try the best old fashioned of Debt remedy, Take a doso of Kcouomy and Hard-worIt will burn a littlo but it will ease you certain, and how good and happy you'll fool ! ! jin-gt- ,r The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J.C.GR1PFIN, President ' W.H!curTONGIM, Vice-Presid- ent Yours for sheriff, C. H. FRITH. C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier . j . i1 MLVERNON SIGNAL Frihay, Oct. 19. f I LH I WTWTin itHlllllW weok. Born to the wife of Kd Owens, Thursday, a fine baby boy. W. A. Carson U.nlc his son Leo to London last week and had his tonsils and udetioid.s removed, 1917 Publish d every Friday by EDGAR S. AI.nRIC.nT. unscRtrTiotf onr vkak $1.0 Advertising rates vtaue knoicn en application MltMIWK OP KENTUCKY I'HKSS ASSOCIATION $fift The Oct. YZ of the county in re tnnliniss spundiiiK to the second Lilwrtj loan is causing ilei'p concern tc hero, President Wilotiiehils liis cabinet :uc wiitcli-inj- j son and tlio campaign with great inWashington, terest. With half of cone treasury tonight that not more tlian had bcOu subscribed and tliey consider estimates liberal. It lias houiiuo apparent to of $(500-000,00- tlio campaign officials ustitniitec that a new and tremendous impetus must ho given to ficials is to approximate the $5,0oo,o00, Ooo hoped for. The whole weight of the administration is to ho thrown into the balance for tlio rest of tht campaign and a drive of diincn sions unapprnached heretofore to be made during two weeks tha remain before the closing of the subscription books. A now f.ictor, calculated to hearten the hosts of workers mid to galvanize the country in to a realization that the most strenuos effort must be made il the big drive is to bo consumated successfully will be introduced campaign ever known in 1lie country, tlio daily average of siihsci iptiini has fallen tar whit officials hid Inpod for. I'htJ time hai conic, officials fcl, when the people of the country must be made to realize, in i 11111)11101' mill, th.it leaves iki that they mu.st subscribe with out further delay to tho full limit of their means. From President Wilson down, officials are understood to ho united in this belief. The cam p.ilgn must bo given new impel us at once, it is felt, and steps to give the impetus will bo taken without delay. The $()J.i,oQ(.0o0 estimate of conisder the treasury takes-intalioii all tho "optotnislic unofficial" estimates from tho various reserve districts and that Mini is only 12 per cent, of the $5,0oo,-oO'- i Coodejii'cd. This would leave $4,400,000,-011to be raised within the next twelve working d.ivs, an uvor.igc of $:!(7,o00,0oo a day if the goal is to bo attain an averand ed, age of$200,ooo,00ou day, if only the minimum of $U,o0o,ooo,o0o is subscribed. "Neither tho nvorugo daily minimum nor maximum quota for the second Liberty bond sale set at tho baginning of the cam paigu by-- Secretary Mc Adoo, roads tlio treasury announce mont, 'had been attainod tonight when the first half of the great drivo came to a close." An official estimato of subscriptions from live of the twelve reserve banks shows a total of J32!J,00o,noo subscribnd. bo-loo -- TT is predicted by many that daj is breaking, and peace and sunshine is coming to all the world again except Old Bill Kaiser who will be cast into outer dark As for myself I would ness. rather be the humblest among probabl) into tho campaign, those who have given hope to hours. within twenty-fou- r BRODHEAD Notwithstanding the splendid reception given Secretary Mc Ado in the West, the effor s ol thousands of workers, and tin most in'ghJy organized publicity 1 the hopeless and happiness to tho distressed of my race than to live in history as a conqueror, in innocent with my hands blood, ilut Old liill Kaiser is sup pesed to bo bo riijlit on the job mid he is furnishing convincing evidence to a greater part of the world that ho knows ills business and attends to it in a very heart lors way ton. Wo aro like the fclliiw w lit said "It any man death it is a traitor", only we could change that to Old Kaiser Hill. As (or tnc I wisli I could t' iy for the nnimunitioii. I would like to attond the execu tinn ut.d if I were ill the tiring Mpnd 1 would not want to bo the marksman who had tho blank shell.-O- ur friend W.C. Hopkins, of the Copper-Creesection, and the S ire in this district lifter the coming election, is interested in the coal business in Ilarhn county, having formed a company there and is opening up a mine and we hope that his compauv will soon he in a position to fur uisli Brodhead coal in abundance. Don Riddle visited his brother Joe Kiddle in Detroit recently and while there tried to buy n car load of second hand automobiles, but came home without a car and says that there is a shortage in second cars there. Claud Owens, who has been in Cincinnati for tho past seveu months, after spending a few days with his parents here, returned there a few davs ago. Dr. W. V. Crrtor bought a small farm from Arthur Robinson for $4,500 00. Rubo Cox died at his home just outside of town Monday and his remains were buried Tuesday afternoon in the family burying ground near where he Ho had been confined to lived his bed for several weeks with typhoid and for a week before his death his condition was so serious that there was little hope for his recovery. Besides his widow he leaves a number of children, his father and mother and several brothers and a sister to mourn his lo&s. Woodward Owens bought a small farm from Will Wiggins last week for 500. J. F. Watson was with his brother, W.T. Watson, in Garrard county one day last week. R. L. Smith and Allen Hiatt sold a bunch of cattlo at Stanford court Mrs. J.R. last Monday week. Cass is with her daughter, Mrs. L. 13 Hilton, at Stanford, this -k 111 - - Dr. Pennington performed the operation. Tho boy is getting along very well considering the seriousness of the operation. .Mrs Uoss Uintt came hero last Friday in respone to a telegram that her husband, who was visit lug Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt, hero, had suffered a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Hiatt's conditi'iii, while much improved, is still very serious. Ho is able to walk about very well, but cannot speak. The will probably bo here spveral days before returning to their homo in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith have moved trom the C.L.Lear property on Main street to their home near Crab Orchard. Mr. Smith will open a garago in Crab Oirchard and will likely use the Govor Livery Stable building on Main street after it is remodeled. Jerry Brock sold a small tract to Mrs. of land on Negro-CreeElizabeth Olivor for $45o.Oo. also another truct to Win. Helton for $400 00 and bought a farm from Wm. Helton for $500.00 John Brock, of tho Hiatt section, lost nis house jand contents by fire a few days ngo no insurance. A T. Stewart, of Paint Lick, was here last weetr the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt C. H. Frith, the defeated candid ate for most of his sheriff, is spending time these days in the and rural Jdistricts urging voters to help him defeat Tip. Langford, and in a very low tone of voice says "ho will win. We recently received a copy of tho Livingston Bulletin, owned, edited and managed by our trood friend Pete Druminond, and by the way it is a Jpretty newsy little sheet too, and as soon as we have a quarter wo can spare our namo will appear on his regular mail, ing list. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Francis Herford announces the marriage of their daughter, Miss Marion Louise Herford to Huber Bane Carson on tho evening of October 17th. Plains, Tenn. Mr. Carson is tho .oldest k by-waco " of Mr. mid Mrs. V. A. Carsplendid son, of this pl.ice, and young man, and to him and his we join his host of friends hack homo in wishing them !. happy wedded life. iiml prosperous Rev. Kvnus, the new Methodist Pastor, held regular services here Sunday morning .and evening. We understand that ho will tniilto Fast Hernstndt his home. Mrs. Evans accompanied him here. Clias. T. Uiddlc and Frank Catron havo been in tho Hoosior Mr. Riddle ".ta'.e prospecting. rcntad n largo farm there and will move his family there in the next few Jdnys. These aro good people nud wo regret to give B Simpson, of tlietn up. W. Louisville, representing the Detroit Vapor Stove Co., of Detroit, was here tins week with his V H. father, Caloway Simpson. Anderson, High .Priest of lirodhcad Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, titid J. Mout Roberts, mas ter of Brodhead Lodge of masons were renresentini! tho local Chapter and Lodge at a meeting of the Grand bodies in .Louisville this week. -- Dr. O'Bannon, of Stanford, was horo Wednesday to see Hazel and Vivian Albright in consultation with Dr. Carter. Both the girls have typhoid and seemed to havo taken u relapse and their condition is rather serious at present. It. L. Smith of the Hiatt sectiou, attended the niQeting of the Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter in Lovisvillo this week. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Cass so1, 11 scouring tlio county over in search of voters. Clinch is a good fellow, "even a tombstone things about a will say good folloxv when ho is down". Every innn has a perfect right to his private opinion, to keep it, to soil it, to loan it, hut it is both to insist unwise and improper that his opinion is worthy or respect fill consideration "Chuck's opinion is that ho wilLwin" ft. (J. Wilmott, of Loudon, was hero Wednesday. Bob is in tho coal business and is making good too. fTTv gnxr . 2XX The Old JONAS McKEIMZIE Reliable General is d ftffTVT-TX7HTX 8 2X2 2X2ZXEZ2X222G: sec OF A GOOD LINE TV. Mer chan Farm Implements a w J DGC a mm I fflmHffirfl 8000 Miles standard track directly serving To the Public IFcontemplate traveling information regarding toanypointand doaire fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticke t agent of the YOU or your friends Alabama Florida Georgia JIIIUIMIA j Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina will soon be liouseKeepcrs in the city of Brodhead. A. K.Albright v:Jic.n.iR cnjifinei) tdkix-t- yd lor several Iweeks with typhoid, is ablo to bo out again, and looks but little woise .for his experience. Mrs R. E. Albright returned from Ashville, N. C, last week where sho went with her husband on account of his health and says it will be necessary for him to be in bed for six weeks. We hope that the change will do him good and that he will soon be able to return homo a well man. L N. Bowling, John Ro- Southern Railway System Trains arc operated on convenient schedules and every effort 13 made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C KING, Dirition Paitcnger Acent 11SC Main S(r.t. LMiaftoa, Ktntatkr Ohio SouthCarolina Tennessee Virginia and tht District of lUlllllllllllil bins and daughter, Mildred.woro in Crab Orchard Wednesday. We aro sorry jto seo tlui ram on account of Chuck Fritli who is Columbia M HIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillUIIIIIIIII S -l 222222222222222!; 2222222 2222 S22222 22222222222222222? ZZZZZZZZZZZZiZZZZZZZZZiZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZi!'ZlZZiiiZZiiiiimt9Zm9m99mm..Z...9 St.!.ttSS!t??!tSt?!?SS??t!:SS!;S!!t!S2;s;;:s ?..tS!!?t!?!fJ!ttltt2Jt;i$!t?!;ss 2222SS22;22222222!222,,0"""""" '!!?!!! tttf Emm iav.5&53i w - -- 55a T O THE BLU E FR ONT Opposite the Court House, In the Old Geo. 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SIGNAL' A , Tatlor Cups ,u Kish's for men Pitman ''o assortment of Camp VKKNUN Kv.Oet.iio. . ,. . io.t, 7. 79 up 'Nil. 79" whan wnnt toComnmnl. our wltli HIONAL r i 5"f- " account of tho Lib Mr. and Mrs erty Bond week being more press B Purcell . WANTUD. HY attention announce tlie engagement of 25 miner for Harlan county, ing nnd should have the llioir dautrliter. Ml of the whoio Nation. Pni.nw,. good houses, good h1HVl III conditions, no Mnrio. to Mr. Albert P. Mrusek, We aro sending our boys, man' siriKo. iiioro will bo an agent of Heading, Ohio. The wedding TIM for man, with tho rest of tho NaTABU. . at Alt. Vernon hotel all day will mUo place the last of October. 'J2 nortn. and Tuesday until train 2I. tion; they aro drilling just nsi 5.5J p m style, dash and pep we recommend 8:G0 a m "1 north J. M Wood had his sale Katur- - Anyone- wishing to get on at Liv- hard as any of the rst; they will be subject to the same danger as '111 south 11:43 am 'lynud every thinirbrouL'htirniwI ingston will bo taken along. wo wi tho re-p iy war tax iu any one of our many models of Belted Suits. 12:10 am prices. He did not sell his farm J I South' WaNtkd: 4O0 men to work in proportion to our wealth just the l oxPeo,s l" a deal to. steel plant nt Middletown, Ohio JAS. Landkum, Agent. as popular as the sume as other communities, but ,iy or ,0'rrow. Ho and his Wages S'J.Do S" per day nnd up. uro wo subscribing for Liberty Phone No. 8. -r. iainnyum leave, on the carlv Those men are wanted for the Bonds and supporting tho Red Liberty Loan and are gainrt,re,1 at ll.e Mt Vernon, Ky. PottiiVee ttlin Sunday moriliiifr for their shell shop, to make shells for matter, mull nil Cross as loyaly ns wo mighty The western limine U. S. Government. Apply to ing new friends every day. inference is, we do only what wo K It H 0 N A I, Postmaster Mrs. Cle Hrnwn American Koller Mills uro forced to do. . has received authority from the Middletown, O. we're showing Tho talk about Liberty Bonds Mis-A mi bnker is very bicUl Department to close E. Abnov. Act. the office Oct 11 3T. and boiiiH a good investment with typhoid. at 6 p in., instead of 7 p.m. u0- - The coal situation some wonderfully fine wool is hccominj. somebody should uy thorn woit . 11.. tniiiiiin iiuai, .woiiauy, .111 winit Mrs. W. A. McKonzic is visit- h '"s !. alarming in many sectioi.s of the cloilio and feed soldiers; neither dows for stamps, money orders country ing in Corbin this wcuk. materials, flawlessly tailored and especially in the will promises lire gun-,- . The time R Cass and family worn up and goneral delivery will close larger cities. Coal speculators is now here when money tillts J. Those ana gratters, big una little arc loin B rod head Saturday shop- promptly at 6 o'clock. in Flannels, Oxfords, ChevTho war being unpopular does having boxes will be able to get responsible and if there ts ping. not n't make it less a war or less exmail as usual up until g o'clock. some relief before the suvero iots, Serges and Cassinures. Mrs. Ora Frith is visiting tho The people have the pensive. The Postoflico Department has wiuter comes, wuuy urc they money, it is f.unily of her brother, T. J. Pennnot tho Government recently made an Accounting who will suffer. ington. If we don't loan to Undo Sam Office for Rockcastle county Mr. and Mrs. Earl Philips of he will be forced to tax us straight at Mt. Vernon. All the Doings the Hiatt section, wore in town from U13 shoulder We had bet wide and rangy pattern District ollicos, thirty one in Monday Country tor loan than to give. Buy your liuinbei,jirtuuaw required to send T "selection"makes yourpick-in- g Liberty Bond Today their reports to tho Mt Vernon Ralph Pebch while walking in homo in have retunitd to thuir " office and make requisitions his sleep at Evansville, Iud , fell U&$MX'32, guarantee Winchester. easy. through that office for postal sup. from a second story window and PCM FLETSKSrs'S was called plies. I he Mrs. H. MoFerron business of the post- - was killed. a perfect fit. to Ixui.svilL- on accout of the ollico in Mt. Vernon hiis nmu-James Ewalt was killed by his illness of her grand child. & GREAT FAITH IN rapidly in tho lust tew .years. 'auto o '(i.izi,JMi!Vi& tint- be Kovy AJiillins, Gonoral Man COLIC AND The United ,Stutes is to get tho tween Lexington and Winchester ngor ot tho brick plant at Dud DIARRHOEA REMEDY.' HESrSE EVERY DAY benelit of British troubles with He was carrying the Herald to ley was in town Monday. "Chamberlain's Colic and Di labor during the war through a its 'subscribers at the latter Mr and Mrs. Tommy Joins tour of four muuihers of the arrhoea Remedy was Used by place. my father about a year ago and Mi-- s Ethel Hayes wire of Munitions who have been The National Council of Con when he had diarrhoea. town .shopping Wednesday. It re in this c untry four weeks in gregation Churches app:oved Jailer and Mrs. James Winstond coufurcnco with oiliuals at Wash- an annuity plan providing for lieved him immediately and by ate J icing over the arrival of n ington At the request of tho a S.s.ooO.oCJO memorial fund for taking three doses he was absolutely cured. He has great faith lino k''1 baby, named Minnie Council ot National Defet so the aged and disabled ministers of in ibis remedy," writes Mis. W. Ruth. Etglisu experts will vi.Mt the that denomination. H. Williams, Stmloy, M. Y. Mrs. R. E. Thompson was up principal citie-- of tho East and A message of thanks to tho from Crab Orchard, Wednesday, aim Middle Uest and confer United States for Red Cross aid, OH FAIR MAIDENS OF THE to see her (mother, Mrs. W. M. with cmphnciiaud labor leaders. which also EARTH. contained a pledge US3E 1'iiynter. The Brass l.audul :Jue Bennett that Rumania would fight to the Be not deceived. On fair maidens Mes-rJohnny Griflln, Fred school, London, will furnish the end, has been conveyed to the of the earth, Mullinf, Ed Owons and Charley music for the school fair, kto be United Stales by Queen Marie. 5S5 For man comeand devour your Mullins motored up from Withers held here ou ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT October 27th. Tiio strictest secrecy is being worth, COURT. Wednesday. Saturday week should Le a big observed regarding the date of Ho tries bard your heart to win, Missouri Ramsey, Adpir. of Miss Hessio Poyntor will leave day iu Mt. Vernon, when every tiansfer to Southern camps of He believes you are weaker Plaintiff, S. B. Ramsey. Dec'd next week for a visit to the fami- section of Rockcastle should bo 8,0oo seloctive draft soldiers than him. vs: Commissioner's Sale. ly of her uncle. Mr. John Poyii-u- , represented. There should be at from Camp Zachary Taylor. Ho coims a singing liko a jay, Defendant. W. C. Kirby, least 1500 children in the march The Jmen will bo taken wholly Ho beltot es you are his prey, at Jamestown, 'Intl. By virtttrc of a judgment and A. I? Albright, R. 11 Hamm, from the Graded school to the fiotn tho li)9 Depot Brigade. And then, what can you say, gt 011 nds. P.nvnts and Mont' Roberts. J W. Tate and tail' Beck with, of He takes your pride and worth order of sale of the Rockcastle John Francis Court, rendered at the Circuit John Robins wore hero from friends of education should all Ithaca, N. Y., whose love letters away. bo niicicslcd iu this event. August jTerm, 1917, thereof, in h.idhcd Monday, on business. have cost various women in tlie You'll say, what have I done. the above causo, I shall proceed specialist? United States $21,000 and who Fred McFci ton 'was called to Oh me, the world is shun, to offer for sale at the court Tuc-Git. Atlanfi, iy night Dr. L. O Mirgnti, Specialist lias four wives in various parts Hisdeedoyou would adore, house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , where ho cnlors tho electrical on diseases of the oj 0, ear, uoe ot the country, has been sou thoughts you could lni If to tho highest und best bidder, tlcpatttnent of tho U. S. Signal and throat is now at the Mt. Vor fenced by Federal Judge Ray to p'.ore. .it public auction, on Monday Corps. 11011 Hotel and will he thetc uu 15 years in tho federal penitent Oh fair maidens of the earth, October 2GU1, 101 7, being regu- 1 1 1 til Octobor 25th Those needing iary and pay a fine of$15,0o0. Lexing-1oMrs. W. H. I'ipor, of Don't let your conscious botray lar County Couit day for said Receivingship procedings for of treatment for diseases of any of who has bet n tho guest your birth. county, between' the hours of ! Life Instir Mrs. G. T. Johnson during the these organs, or any one needing the credit The men thoy aro but few, a. m and 3 p. in., upon past two weeks, returned to hor glasses or glasses changed, will ance Company wero tiled in Who pl:dgu their soul to you of six months, tho following do do well to see him at Mt. Vernon Jefferson Circuit Court by four home today. wit: stockholders, who allege that the For man may come, and man scribed property, to Hotel. Mrs. R. B. Mnllins and son, One house and lot located in may go, in constantly company's stock YOU M UST HELP Uoiijamin, nro with relatives declining in value ami that the But his thoughts you'll uover the town of Mt. Vernon, County, here for tho week. Mr. Mul needs men, and concern is now iu an The country of Rockcastle, Slate of Kentucky, know, insolvent litis is working tho territory ad tho men are giving themselves condition, a chirge that is denied Ba not deceived. Oh lair maidens and bounded as followsjicput during tho week for that your son your brother your com- by the officials of tho company. of the earh' Pounded on the north by Main splendid shoo firm, Peters Shoo panion. Forman may como and detour Street; on tho east and south by Evidence ot a nation-wid- e plot Co. the Louisville & .Nashville Rail . The government needs money by dairymon to boost mill; prices our worth. on road Company's right to clothe, to shelter, and is presented to Federal authori Rev. H. T.Young entertained to feed, Written by Sergeant tho west by property recently Hie faculty of tho Graded School wo hopo to bring these men buck. ties by Attorney General Brun- owned by W. T. Smith, deceased, James L. Langford. You can hold, voti must help, dage, with a motor party to Stanford and now owned by his he'us. of Illinois. Documents Co. B 7th Field Battalion y Tuesday evening. Thoy had and you will held by buying Or sufficient thereof to proshowing that tho Signal Corps. supper at the Sanders hotel in bonds buying them" until International Association Lea duce the sum of $158 27, with Crab Orchard. it hurts and tlieu buyiug more. gue raised $5,o0o to attempt to logal interest from Match 1,1917. FOR FLETCHER'S put a "friend" on tho Hoover aud the cost of this action. representing James Proctor Is SOME NOBLE EXAMPLES. commission to fix prices are gi tho Brush Creek lodgo F. & A. For tho purchase prico tlie As everyono knows, Tamauy ven tho Government. SOUR STOMACH. M., Buck Welch, Jackson lodge, is purchaser must execute bond corrupt, It may not be us Livingston and R. L. Smith and corrupt as tho political machine William H. Taft, former Pros! Eat, slowly, masticate your with approved surety, bearing I Henry Anderson, the chapter and iu Pulaski county, but it is al- dent and now head of the League food thoroughly, abstain from lOg.ll MllUmSl lllllll Ull) u. an u Blue lodge of Brodhead, at tho most. This year the Tamany to Enforce Peace, speaking at a meat for a few duys and in most until paid and having the forco BidGrand Lodgo this week. liavo nominated a Liberty Loan rally at Chicago cases tlie sour stomach will dis and effect of a judgment. Democrats denounced in scathing torms appear. If it doef not tako one ders will bo proparcd to comply Atty and Mrs. E, R. Gentry, Machine Democrat for Mayor Atty J. ,W. Brown, Dr. Walker of Greater New York. The Re- those influonces in Congress uud of Ohamberluin's Tablets immed- promptly with those torms. G. S. Griffin. Owens and V, C. Tato aro those publicans nominated Mr.Benuett out which aro working for a iately aftor supper. Rod moats Master Commissioner, premature peace Mr. Taft re are most likely to cause sour vhoaro in Louisville, attending John Purroy Mitchell, tho pros stomach and you may find i( Rockcastle Circuit Court. tho Grand Lodge of Kentucky ent Mayor is a candidate to suc- ferred especially to Senator La best to cut tkoin out. Follette aud criticised him for S COUGH rep- ceed himself as an independent Masons. Mr. Gentry is the For Salu: My restdenco on CHAMBERLAIN MOST Chap Democratic. Our Bull Moose assertions in his St. Paul speech. West Main street, just outside the REMEDY THE resentative of both tho Eastern railroads, seeking re orporato limits of the tow. If RELIABLE. tor and Bluo Lodgo. friend will tako (notice: ex Pres ideut William Howard Tafi; ex. lief from conditions which their sold at once will soil worth the After many years' experienco Mrs. W. H. Fish had a tonsil Theodore Roosevolt; executives assort are rapidly ap- money. Apdy to, in tho uso of it and other cough operation at Norton Infitmary President Gkokgk Owkns, Evans Hughes, the Re proaching the point where they medicines, thoro aro many who Tuesday. Dr. M. Pennington Charles publican candidate for President can no longer operate with profit at Mt. Vernon Mouumental prefer Chamberlain's to any other went in to be present at tho op wroto to the Interstate Com. Works. Mrs. A. C. Kirstoin, Greenville, eratton and remained over until last year, and Senator Eliliu merco Commission asking for u AsthltUt'CQtCiTfh Root, all Republicans of Nation III , writes, "Clmmherluin'sCoulig last night to attend thb Grand my L.VL. wmo,i are all heartily conference to consider rates not . MMWitW Ledge uud to look aftor Mi's. al reputation, lrflllf'llllf mother's l.ns beenaudused in for " "" mine home supporting Mr. Mitchell, the in included in tho advance allowed ' Pish. Mr. Fish is with Mrs. by tho decision of the 15 per Can Be Greatly Relieved by the New years, and wo ulways found It Fish, whilo tho lyoung son, Will dependent Democrat for Mayor, cent, External Vapor Treatment. a quick cure for colds and bronrate advance case last June. iam, is spending tho week in of Greater Now York. It looks Don't take Internal loollclnoa or chial troubles. We find it to be gaggca&.rasrafffgiyagaggyrat tlri'gs for thcou trouble. Vlck'a the most reliable cough mediliko tho fifteen hundred or more Loudon. Suite U applied exlirnully prUed at the (juic): relief which CKUUE. of us Republicans who this year and relict e by inhabit ion aauuor ami cine we have used." by aliMirption through the l'or aro supporting somo of our Detn subject it affords. LOCAL. If your chlldron are Eott Saw. My rent corn nnd Ahtliiiiu und May Pet it, melt u little Viik'n of Cham ocratic friends and neighbors - For Infants and Children in a ipoon und iuhulo the aporn, alx rub fodder, on Town Hill, bee Char to croup Rtit a bottle r.iul Years tU'll owr the kphial column to relax tho lev Cheek. The laud, ttbout eight borlaiu'.--. Cotih MIKADO KREPES, tho very for somo of the County Offices, In Use For Over when the nttiulc imiiios on be ntnous teiulon. 25c, 60c. or $1.00. Atwayt bear Rein very good company nowosl thiugs in ntckwoar aro aro FlErCHER,S ucres, ulso, fur bale. the careful to follow Vhu plain print publican page Sower et Jrurnal. Signature of being shown at Fish's. Pioa, Withers, Ky. ed directions. You will be utr Tuko was Hindu on mm mooinI-cia1 i,l,lu U,V Defense Cooper Kcnoslm klosod Icrotch plcdgo signing week has TTho union suits do not clmfo or bind 'OVER TIIHRE" is tho name been changed and will now M You'll find them nl! sires, for of the latest stylo hat. The now-os- .t bo undertaken October 28th to imy member of tlio family nt are always on display nt This chmge 41I1 Waller Henderson and James Mild fllo Deo Cummins a hunch of good Jtwo year olds at CJ and 0 cents. ' The Council of National 9 I Fish's. November Fish's. There's a lot of style IN KM I , Mon-.la- v FISH'S BELTED SUITS-WNOT GET IN LINE? For They're - -- t; 1 'I - I Jl,rrkf JsSA s 11 Just now I 1 I lilll iillll filPM U The Over A MrRTisTftl-Procror-mHl-tatby- Cry it fl We - feASTOBIA CHAM--"fcrrhC&AIN- - '53'jii SOMETHING NEW Miu-istr- y 11 11 . LEADER3 m OUR S3NCE 1887 s. v d Iii-- n, Inter-Souther- i k n J JHi Li 11 - When you want your property sold see lib-ort- Dairy-men- 's Oliilolren Dry me. When you want to buy property come CASTORIA round. J can please you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL J. W. RIDER Real Estate Agent !nily. 1 in I habit-formin- g CASTORIA 30 "Vap-O-Itub- " ffl&fa WCRS"SfliVE cast.oe;. tm .a " riTontiiiOuia lirm r iflflA a n 9r b3 b IN J.1PJI viSTdi i n For Infants nrvl - FVren. Mothers Knov That Genuine Castoria u V .l'M -ALGUm"- - 01 'J AVcclablcIVcpafalioaM -- "n I i Always Bears tlie riheKWl'Safeffi Signature ' tiniltiicStom.ich'.fttidBI mii ii j" YfTl Chccrfulncssano neither upiuni.' H"--Mineral. Not jiauw"-- ! . nrn r.l'.NT. . u"- of &AtF A .r In fiuijFmrsxHiaim PumnZn Jn ft.rm Sra JfafrrpTrra ft rw 77 Uethuruii!, Owens, Mtilhns, Bryant, Hrown, Fnikerton, Albright, ConsHpalioniuulDiarrWW. O'Mt.rn, Franklin, Noe, McKin o In J.ossobuf' ney, Miller, Pennington, Davis, IM Bowman. Cummins, McGluro COMMISSIONER'S SALE. and othtrs wlio desire progress ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Hoono Wnj man is looking Tiio COURT. t) you and feels confident each NEW2i!iii, ' will do his duty. Elizabeth Bow man, :.",So A"rriTwr'Ju!yii5ii5 4ra 00 ? ti H K M M 0. C. Bowman, ? Girls and boys, (no age limit, SaBSEkBl LW25K-lfll-i :. 5 st. fcR:Aaaye?-'r Walker Bowman, nil arw boys and girls till swnl i ayMHH M Jesso Bowman, lowed by the grave), of RockH " WW tj ix w7 l.mi tl i A M Plaintiffs, Florence Monroe and castle, now located at any old CIT TMI CtNTAOH COMf Ecct Copy of Wrapper. vs: Commissioner's Sale. point on the face of the glob ours, are nsked to write the of Robort B. Cockrcll and of Hooue Way man at Winchester, Defendants. Jennie Cockrcll, c 'KT. Tell him wliTnlhieor-vor!By virtu ie of a judgaionV and you are following; lime you left order of the Rockcastle Circuit will find our stock clean and fresh, other par llockcnstlu and nny Court, rendered at the August licular.t in connection with your and our prices Term, lol7, thereof, in the above and present experience. We cause, I .shall proceed to offer .ire trying to make this column US for sale nt tho court houso door "pHE BEAUTIFUv. THING about the Gulf Coast interesting to homefolks and in Mt. Vernon, Ivy., to tho highbetween Now Orleans and Pen.vicolii, is t(i;.t it is :i real Come In tlioso who have wandered to est and best bidder, at public summer or winter a pliyjirnund for northern folk Irom other climes. auction, on Monday, October and let us get better acquainted. Kovcmlur to Slay, and foi Southron-- ilurinj.' Iho aiimiiier month. You can't 2'Jili, 1UI7, being regular County expended on tho nulf litlornl "At L'O a man is anxious to ask for much moru of placid n.iture than has Tl are pine uoocIh, forrntH of Il injy show his knowledge, at Co ho is lictivccn N'w Orleans and IViik.icoI.i. Court day jfor said county, beoaks, all mos hull).' and myrtcrioiH, loti stretches of Minding, oliailfl lo.ids. tween tho hours of 9 o'clock u. roul'liei-iwith ;a) more than anxious to conceal lunulas and modern ruMirts IcciiiIiik woodland mllii. iiuiitit etv and active llfi', Icivelv ruticat-- when- jun can suing a li.imnioci; all day ami his ignorance". in. and ,3 o'clock p. in., upon a the lie.icli, the Mirf, Urowfc In the lumotie air. And there is the ?parl;lintr credit of six months, the Jfollw-inthine; that eulli for the alt wnleraiilo loatli)K. Ilnhlnjr anthliii; and Winchester's sp ed limit signs described property, ti wit: posted on all ro ids at city limits on the Louisviila & Nashvillt reads: A tract 'fit land in Rockcastle OOING SOUTH " County, Kentucky, on the waters Railroad, after vott leave Mo'ji'e. it U impossible to escape th "Speed limit 15 miles. TJsr infection of jojous living. cten If yon wanted todo that. At everylop throng of Crooked JCrcok, and bounded KY. filer. Coino again. youth and ajjo alllce, t'ettln on or oil tin of people are, froinj and cotnln at follows: train. IaukIuci' .mil breezy, biiiiny, fragrant air urect yi u. It la moreover Another death J from nutomo-oil- my decliuluj; years." place of Ktiiu, natural outdoor joy in hurioiimlinit of hoiuey enmfoit or of his Beginning at a conditional corner, accident occurred here Fri wlilchisrpr you prefer. It Is a loo.illty of ancient and honoruhli urioiix ease, poplar and dogwood, abovo the tliu lira iliy last. d scend 'd from holdern of tl.e .soil hi tradition1! nnl the n.ili3 Spand. Thi ii tkr whirl hole on tho east side of Th v in.iUe oii welcome with a statvly, Houthcru hosdajs of tin whit m this UK3 SUll'rl P.KCOUUHNDt Crooksd Creuk, near th old fish iho hst their hoinn latul affords. Kei. sixth death to occur it pitality, and hive put at your dispo-AUo-o- o report and every old p.autatioii ho ne i sluuled by o-o-ancestral oaks am county since Mup 2(th, from au CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLKTS. Jam, this b:iug Champ and Cab and they all In .k nut owt Crown overwiMi tfatliiit; vines, rosea and levfny Uullini' lint; thence with jud lin wilN, tlm beach ami thi ins. Pretty hwavy toll. waves, tli. tlio ijulf waters, at tliu iltiiielu "I have lud more or less stotn Susaa A. Uuiliiu' lino up tho surf. If you can't llnd happiness down tlietv in tlm jjoldeii MinnliiiH) and anions, e ach trouble .for eight or ten Laurel spur with center of , the Prices for spirituous the couutitbs ilHersion- ami attractions of th.it plujuroutvl, don't j,'n toutli in tlie winter expecting to llnd jour "l'tomis d Land " lor you'll hae only yom taken :il tit minions lung jears," writes Mrs. G. H. potnt to W. U. Mullius' stake tiouhle fi r j tii) mils No (1 i inr tj t i IfU iul j;iattr c nioit in not ro Ik it might goods are now $1 Smith, Brewerton, N. Y. "When corutr; thence with his line a " 7 found 3 The winter climate is ideal.'not in i: niifortalile warm, hill moderate am. bracing, putting snap and tintfer into the sjstein. ,)iut, at Lexington. Wincimster suffering from attacks of indi south direction to tho cliff to the rest end of tho cliff, ,thencu west liters pay $1 round trip ttitin gestion and heaviness after cat with the (old foucc to Crooked TTOURING along the Gulf Coast is )iie of lie w;i (are to that racing town and pay ing, one or two of Chamborlain's Creek; thoucs with the center of business man knows travelers tiiku to linil their particular choco and lor tin.' ;he difference for their wet Tablet have always relieved me the creek to the lower end of the value and convenience of purpose the train service of the I.ouUvllle .t Nnhvllle Railroad U eoiivriilvnt ;uods Within six months it is I have also found thotn a pleas MuTilly field ,to an olm corner You can stop everywhere, be(,'Inulii' at Middle, and stay a fnv liouri, a few predicted $3 a pint will on top of ihu ridge; thenco with Thesu tablet ueaked ant laxative." ajGhecking Account; so does the days' or as lonjf as you wish. It is a faclnatlnj,' vaiituimlac that will tirliif Vou can, also, if von ind of course paid by those tone up th: .stomach and enable iho censor of the .ridge with said von oveiitiiallv to the nlace of your ullimalu desin; Uullins' linut.) Bee Uullins'gum - to - date professional choose, dlilp your motor car to Mobile and iro in fur regular tourint: alonj; tin who think they must tiavn it. it to porform its function nat coiner; thouco a northern direcIn die f.xtnine. Hi: rnd the rounli y is enlf the roads are all likcwisu tho progressive farmer; mid, too, lends Its background of fact to a lon' list of inleivstmj,' Iradiliuii and lomautie The bill of faro ut one of the uially. If you are troubled with tion to two small dogwoods; leyends concern iut; this loealitj. and the "atmoopbtre," while wjiolly Amcrl. the business woman. Wo givo them a trial, thenco to a beech ;and elm, Bee "Hggs indigestion the. forcifjii llavor in sutliuuit dctrite to j;ie il diversity and variety. restaurants hera reads: can, has shall ho glad to initiate people into details Mullius' corner; theuce uy Crookthe coast lies low and curving, riciuji treutly toward the get Will and stay well Topographically, Tomatoe lo cents si might. sd Creek villi tin editor of the which Is forested with pines, broken in the liuiiii(;ri, by ri.di and proof keeping a checking account. ductive farmlands. 'Iho sh'iic line is uiiuh indented, tlie nuiiicrous bays, sauco 5 cents extra." Tho noxl Trek to the boginning, contain ' "founds" and liit.es r.ivin n toemnii'ly cndlesa and all surroiindins "bajous, WE WIf.IV lilt GLAD TO TAKK YOUIt OIJDKR issue of tlie menu cird will prob ing one hundred (100) acres more COMMISSIONER'S SALE. watcrseape, l.jiuir olf the si cue Is a Hue of Islands, foi tiling the oilier bulwark r Ivss J'OU THK NKW f.rllUKTY LOAN liONaS. ' "Sjlt, 8 shakes 1 Mississippi Sound, and this ana tlm resorts tlu.t hae Ken famous ably add: of ROtfCUASTLK CIRCUIT since davs the towns v. Inch began as of tlm I'Yencli colonies, cent, pepper ditto, patrom not Fot the purthast pries the l.ei;aii under the brothers tfu lllenville and il'Iliervllle. Aiherliscineiit. COURT. allowed to tap on bottom cf salt uurchaaer must execute bond , H and pepper boxes with thumb Bank of VI t. Vernon Plaintiff, with approved saroty, bearing tho old fellow lias done for tlie or fingers when in an inverted legal interest ;from day ef sslu vs: Commissioner's Fnle. Wayside benefit of his adopted comity. position, (tliu container net the W. C. Kirhy, until paid oiid Jhaving the force LTJM (C'ontinuctl fioni iht page ) There should bo a mighty kindlv patron). Vinegar 1 cont a tf- - Uurtlu Ktrb,-- , and effect of a judgment. BidI m Vantlalii railrontl. Milking good feeling for tlie lioono Wu; man sponntul; one tooth wick freo to .1. T. Howling, and ders will ho prepared to comcourse liko all Uockcststle boys not only in Rockcistlu .but over each patron where lie .spends 25 Leonard Kirby, with these terms. Uuiio&kjB of Defendants ply promptly away in otlior lands. He anil tlie entire route of Boiuo Way cents at tho tilde or cotintor. G. S. Grinin, a judgment ami -- By virturo of his brother Cluy make their from lioono I'ark, N. (J. lo lAipor napkins 2 cents each, nof Master Commissioner, of tho Rockcastle Circuit headquarters with their brother Louisvillo and Kenton, Oiiio I to bu carried from tlio premises. oribir Kockcastlo' (Circuit Court. believe tlio boys will stand by Hrcad crust 6 cmls a font Court, ratulorcd at tho Augus' Jim in Hast St Louis. you Kliotild you ever get in lineal measure. Country ham 2 Term, 19i7, thorcof, in the above $100 REWARD, $100. Wm. II. Sprutllin, who came I shall proceed to offer need." cents a smell; gnttse Wafer slico caust, The renders ot this paper will into Mt. Vernon about 1H67 ns a for sale at the court houso door That bold, bad man of Livings, of samo H cents, with broad 21 in Mt. Vernon, Kr., to the high be pleased to learn that thero is j civil engineer with tlio location J at least one dreaded diseaso thatj tho L. & N and who married ton, Will Owens, who of lute, cents, mustard axtra." of est and best bidder, at public Ky drops a few lines While every good solid citizen auction, 'on Monday, October science lias Oceti auio to euro lu n daughter of Judgo John M. only occasion all its stages and that is catarrh. to Signal, in news items of his nolicvcs and feels in his heart Msli, near Duclfeyo, writes fnmi ; County 'JOth, being a regular Catarrh being greatly influenced ventured tho that the shortage of the distil- Court day from his old homo at Gstlhtin, 'IV'ii burg, for said- county, b "' and writ a few, then COMPLIi treatment. constitutional afiflfiflsv leries in tho making of whiskey tweea tho hours of g o'clock a by has been engaged "trenches ncs.seeo. He Medicine is taken Coffins, C.-- iskets aud Robes Wfe?JWfri'ftf these ninny years in ciiginoer immediately i treated to cover is a great thing for thn county, in. and S o'clock p. m , tipom a Hall's Catarrh internally and acts thru the Blood beyond tho liring lino tfes wo and no doubt it is it surely opens Mail' Telegraph or Te.O- Inij department of various of six months, tke follow on tue uucous burraces 01 tue have tho goods on tlie sly old ras- uj the temptation for the coffee credit and during last few years phone orders Promptly to nit: ing property, System thereby destroying the has hud considerable experience cal but wisli to keep him in fear pot moonshine folks, in which g Filled tJtt-- t of land located ia foundation of tho disease, giving A highway work in Ills and and trembling for a short time line there will surely bu somein County, Kentucky, the patient strength by building but tho day of (reckoning U close thing doing It is to bo hoped Rockcastle other Tennessco counties. of Pino Hill, up tho constitution and assisting south to hand and what, will bo donu the makers will forego the use and And hero conies our (Id friend bourded as follows: naturo in doing its work. Tho him is more thin a plenty of potash to 'put on a "bead". Jim V. Gentry, son of U. C. for Oa the north by tlm lands of proprietors have so much faith iu Its had enough to ut least without Host St. and thou soino rnnro guided. powers of Hall's Gentry, now located the Kentucky, .Portland Cement tho curative Among .the letters from girls putting in tho lye to burn out it Coal Co ; on the east by the' Catarrh Medicine that they offer Louis, Illinois, with a phasing for any case report o Ins work, Ho is in tin and l.oys of Kockcastlo now lo tho siotnaclies ot tlie poor lands of Company; on the Ono Hundred Dollars wretches who uso tht output. South by the lands ot Robert that it tails to cure. Send for list employment of tlio L. & N. and cated In other climes is one from For the love of Mike or any glv Rentier; on tin West by the of testimonials. gett n along nicely. Ho is good John II. ImsIi, it .sou of Hiram aat Address F. J. CHENEY A CO., Our line of Couch Caskot Fish, deceased, his mother is it to em straight, without bead lauds of R. L. McForroa loss Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug enough to say: or trimmings. The first run containing 80 acre more sr gist, 75c. "I (appreciate your work ns now Mrs. K. H, Mtilliiis of is For the purehaaa prict the Hu learned tho telegraph which will probably be made will Ix.'i g a man witli the ncrvo mid Iland-mudI'oflius furnisliec bead Head, bo by John Brown's old friend purchaser must execute backbone to slick to tlio proposi business at Fountain i-surety, bearjng who will bring his first with approved Ilni'so Hon! to all jmrts oi tion you brought out in l'Jlit to Tennessee and Jiuh held positions Tom It. C, C. llie County. inwith the L. & N. during many output to J. W. B. for analysis, leiral interest from day of sale put n .highway thru tho MT.VEttNON,KV. souetliiug tint will years pus, ul Nnshvillu, Knox-vill- as to its purity. Tom is conscien- until paid and having the force ff All orders by Wire Promptly Filled and effect of a judgment. BidOFFICE.- - Onacd.floorofj Kidyo mountains tious. in Ulua bring untoll benefits to our poo. on? Bank ot' Mt. Vernon, The now depot, under con- ders will be prepared to comply plo. Posslbl iimiiy of nurjVjwn anil other points. He is today Church St. Special atten w ("i struction, at Beroi, is a beauty, promptly with theso terms. master of trains ut peoplo doni uiiderstnnd tod it assistant Ai m tion givon collections. M I . VKKNON, KY. in western part of Ken- W J Phono 94-wliut Jim Marot lus rone, but G. S. Griffin, Mrs. Dan Moren, after a visit 'i'NONM 80 wu boys oil at a distance 8i', lucky. I i e other iKockcastle to hor mother at Harlan and her Master Commissioner, Rookcastiu Circuit Court. uudorstuad aud appreciate wuutl boys.'he has madugood. I wish little son, J. J. Maret, at "Brook J fX' VF w-uiiN- Jrv the Signal had room to publish his splendid Iclter in full. Tim spit it, of the old original Commercial Club still lives and no doubt it will ;ee to it that tho best element will be elected to carry on town affairs. No backward step should bo taken by our citizens. Tho littlo old town has made rapid ntrides during fuw ius and will continue in tho same line. It lias a greater mileage of concrete sidewalks, according to number of popula tinu, than any town within our old Commonwealth, and Hints going some. Mt. Vernon's future soems bright nml no doubt will continue to improve its the days go by, witli such men interested in uf- ttiiNns, fjooper, linker, Sparks, Fish, Young, Kruegor, McHcu, McFerron, I'oynter, McKen.io, Griffin, Durham, Adams, Thompson, Gentry, Williams, land Fatm", near I.Lovcl Green, returned to Fleming, her home in Letcher 'county, last Friday, stopping between trains ul Win Chester to see tho Boone Way man. Ghurlos 0. Hendorsou, writes from Winslow, Arizona. He, like many other native sons of Rockcastlo who have wandered away to other scenes, means to spend their latter days on the Many of soil of their nativity. them would return earlier if there was employment hete for them. xm 11 Every One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the "I loft Mt. Vernon Oct 21,1001. Since then havo bona variously employed in train service as brakemnn, conductor, switchman and yard ruastar for about 13 different railroads. Assisted in building the Florida Hast Coast over the ICcys. Also put in some hard lickson the Western Pacif ic while building through tlie Feather river Cnnyon. Hired out here on the Coast Line of thb Saute Fo ns work train con ductur whilo double tracking the 3rd district botwoen Winslow and Seligmau Arizona; liked tho job line and staid hero. Been employed here sinco March 1st tune i ever 191 1, mo longest staid in ono place sitico leaving home. I have run across L. & N. men in old Mexico, Canada and all over the south west. Thore is ono other L. & N. boy hero besides myself, J. T. Fnrris, from Rockhold. James, wliTlu a very small boy. l well re mo in ber the first iue of the Signal it was then the Mountain Signal, and the office was over J. H. Vowels store, tiia oflice was in charge of a man named Fox. I dont think I have missed roauing .many copius since me first onu. I have had the paper sent me in Florida. Tennesse, Texns, Missouri, Nevada, Arizona ami Now Mexico and have made a lot of short stands when 1 merely hail it forwarded. The mountain people are my people, must in spitaUo iu tint kind iho world and it is my ambition to mate my stake and come back to Rockcastle to spsod Peoples DanK 99 This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. Use For Svsr "WATCH US GROW DROP IN OUR Thirty Years v'-j- a Sk rsu .baf m 3 NY. ii When in Nit Vernon NEW STORE On South Side You HCW VOA West Main Street right. -- The Beautiful Gulf ? Coast Ik-c- p.-s- t BRING YOUR PRODUCE pl.tv-groun- i - w.iL-r- , g Yours fop business, P. Q. GRIFFIN MT. VERNOW, o o .s ) ao-ol- d i a wm - good-hav- Prjgr 1 PeopTe I THE wiile-awako up man; 1 The Bank of Mf. Vernon Notes m HH7 mm $ xx$x$$ :fQ(;xOWENS KAiVVILLg UNDERTAKER Brodhead s'-f- - :te-line- i rail-road- s jst XXC; '.Xnroc yN- (MfttM MJf L(l-h!k-3M g S t Rich-mon- d. tuio-xcell- ii o 5 Cum-berlan- WilliamB - ii W. A. COX, S J pc$pdx&x$ -- j.. -- : rfi s