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Mount Vernon signal: November 9, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917110901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 9, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY , w. rr.i ,.-- BIplll MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1917 NUMBER Unofficial Vote of Rockcastle Judge County Attorney r . Jailer Sheriff na Sm Keep It Handy PERUNA il aouiii r . . "(f 7 You nrc invited to inspect the Dew fall creations in coats and suits by Bischof. i) tI)i 0 E. aft Vernon . W Nit Vernon . Roundstone ... Scaffold o 'pMpf s-- 0 126 125 99 a 127 130 100 119 73 54 168 95 96 118 67 69 96 82 91 1485 o s 133 125 101 it u h4 JZ . B. medication with the thoroughly tested and reliable remedy of the American household of distr- - s.r.4 Ward off .attacks of grip, colds and indigestion by timely iMu 86 181 ItA "" " V 1U Sutton & McRee MT- jpJ i W ' VERNON, KY. HI Crooked Creek Orlando Livingston . . Walnut Grove . fane 148 33 27 119 70 44 170 91 26 23 15 rjl 68 75 141 136 18 41 z. Browns N. Brobhead 89 115 59 69 83 85 85 1434 50 58 64 125 124 11 79 131 25 23 16 50 58 137 134 104 60 122 iO 121 H3 73 50 168 93 103 115 68 74 95 6 12 7i 52 163 93 98 119 67 72 94 88 91 70 121 117 11 88 45 52 92 120 1 reinely had kccsiin i"sorvJ to in tht- - Crst 9taes. Any nit" that hm been efficiently used for nearly hlf a certury has proved ,1 Many a lonJ r might have been It's better to be safe than sorry. ve; if tM3 pro.ea SiekskSM its value. THE PERUNA Tablet form if you deisir. li. At your druggists. CO. Coluntu. Oaw iL... Kentucky .in1 mini Powsrs PineHill Wildie Red Hill S. Brodhead Total Majority - 61 26 . Tl 39 43 24 67 36 46 19 64 86 84 1507 13 23 9 70 667 3 0 R.H. MILLER 1032 886 866 1489 402 599 mm 840 """ H SV Home Demonstration By at breakfast time RECIPE C Jama Gentry. 7 votes. "Save Mm wheat." The Constitutional Amendment was overlooked in most evry ;Gei th. 'Kat more com" habit precinct in the county, only a very small vote on the question. W. POK C BN The only la all other county races there was no opposition V tVWfrli h n 1:. t llic .iiviarQta irflpO woe in tit.) ruin r litt t'i.'t ill nuieu sss iliogiaumi tv.e c.t in OppOSUlon 111 LEADING Mt. Vernon, Hopkins, republican, defeated Chas. Kiddla, democrat, by ufi i DRUGGIST 1 PANCAKE. tablespoon 1 cu;; 8 ur (wheat), 1 tea ir. s:, on mi lied botti r, - teaspoons baking powder, 1 eg. I teaspoon 6 lit, t cup i milk or water. Mix the dry tngi sdients, add melted butter, well beaten tgg millc. ati Bake like ordinary iddle cakes. ii These cakes are fully as bleand nntritions p.s cakes made from wheat only. Eat yoor share of the country's wheat but an you entitled to more than 50 per ctiit. l a city oni) produce I .v thirds of the wheat the con sunns. A 20.000,000 bushel buck- ; ;.7, .,'. ' of bock whoa: cakes iu sight to take the place of wheat cakes. I ta ) ! i cup c.rn menl, Delia Proctor, " business letter, Delia Proctor OOOOOOOOOOOO ONE THING TO MAKE FROM PDMFKlN. Pumpkin malade : 1 and Pineapple Mar cup of pumpkin, peeled and ground, 1 cup of shreded pine T apple, 2 cups of iugar, 1 teaspoon JUDGE-ELECMULLINS- of ginger. To the PsoPLK or Rockcastle CouNTV: This to stand over night in I iadeud thankful to ill who supported me in my 1 srranite ran nr for several hours for Cou'.itv ludjre. The re ult of Tuesday's olreti n was a snlen- - until tw. iniM I awtrmMmA- - (A did triumph for the kepublican party in Rockcastle County The the jui e of ore lemon and co k nutv in tliis coantv is mromimm strnnvr and stroncrer slowly untd tender and thick, then pack in hot prs and seal. A few malcontent can't change the results nor imall the tine These are tested recipes. Please peril the party. The principles lor which the parte stands are try out and report results. CAM at Rei-u'-lu-a.- in-des- ti uctible. I I expect to keep will be county jtidire for all the people. my proamUea to the people and discharge the duties of my office fairly and impartially. Again thanking my friends and supporters, I beg to subscribe myself, Sincerely yours, CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use Fer Over 30 Years Always hears the Signature of Cam Mullins. (2L&&M&t Royal aking Powder saves eggs in baking In many recipes on'y half as many eggs are required, in some none at all, if an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder is used, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. Try the following recipes which also ttnserve white flour as urged by the government. Corn Meal Griddle Cakea 1 ' 1 l'f 1 1 C f ups com meal cups boiling water cjp milk tablespoon shortening tablespoon molasses cap ftour teaspoon salt tea!oi s Royal Baking Powdei Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake V4 teaipoon talt 1 cbd brown 1 teaspoon nutmee IVi cups water 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup seeded raltim 1 cup flour 8 ounces citron, cut flno 1 cup rye flour yt cup shortening I teaspoons Royal Baking Powder Boil surf. water, fruit, ahortenlng, salt and spleea When cool, add in saucepan S minutes. flour and baking; powder which have been sifted to-- e ether. Mix well; bake In loaf pan In moderate oven about 45 minutes. (The Old Method Fruit Cake called for 2 eggs) toe-ethe- nsr NO EGGS Beelc! add milk, Ml meal in bowl vriV-- collie? melted fUorte&inj end molasses; add flour, salt and been sifted together; mix baking powder vhicii have welt. Bake on Lot -- rcascd TivldU until brown, Che Old Method called for 2 eggs) Send for our new booklet "55 Ways to Save Eggs," Mailed free on request. Address Royal Baking Powder Co., Dept. H., 135 William Street, New York the thing she set out to win. The premium list is as follows : farm gate, Jack Ovens, Picture frame, Jack Owens, Hatchet handle, John Griffin, Best chicken coop, " miniature plow, Joe McHargue, " model barn.LesterMcHargue " porch swing, IS Owens, " piece et woodwork, B. Owens " ten ears of corn, Robt. Fish, PREMIUM LIST County Fair The librarjCgiven by the Ceu-tra- l School Supply Company, of Louisvdle, was given to the Say-er- s Elizaschool, of which Mi beth Gentry is the teacher. Miss Gentry deserves credit for being fai bful, as she faced tbe weather, own wagoc and won trove br pop corn, Claj ton Evan, irish potatoes, Oscar Hilton, sweet potatoes, ClaytonEvans pumpkin, onions, B. Owens, SSI pepper, 0 cabbage, B Owens, Irish potatoes will Wanted: buckwheat, Homer Walleu, day $1.25 per bushel. T. J. Pennington. red wheat, Theo. Smith, composition on European war, Hosa Carter, FOR FLETCHER'S composition on corn culture, good boys, writes iron Twila, Ky.. and says a few things that plaases the Boone Way man. "I haven't cut a big hog in the trace lor tame, in tact 1 have never expected to have my name enrolled in the Hall of Fame, where in justice yours should be " bandkerchief, enrolled. As you know 1 started " dust cap, Emma Brown, out with the Big Hill Coal com ' dressed doll, pany at Jehnetta, 13 years ago. " do'l dres, Mamie Craig, by the day. I am now purchas" nuilhiis, Atliel Hilton, ing agent for the Creech Co;il " biscuits, Etnel Hilton, Company, one of the largest " pi, coal corporations in eastern Ken" pie (not choc.) tucky, with general offices at ' cake, Vurla Reynolds, Pineville. " canning club exhibit, Jim it is a measly a shame Cedar Hill School that some et jthe mortor com" map of South America, panies haven't made you a pres-on- t Jesse of a car, sine that county Essay on European war. promised you one and then fell Rosa Carter down on it. You have been girl, Best song by small Jewell Owens the cause of their selling hundreds of machines; if it had not " copy book (pupil under 12 years of age, Zulla Lovell been for yours efforts and staying qualities in the promotion of " copy book (pupil over 12 years of age), Pansey Lovell the good roads movement Boone Way would not be a reality to " copy of Declaration of Independence, Pansy jovell dav. Am greatly pleased to see so many honors coming your " map of U S. showing terriway and believs they should torial acquisitions, continue, and in justice will add Anna L. Proctor that it strfkes me that some" physiology chart, Georgia Brannaman thing in the financial way would be very appropriate also.'' " map of Kentucky showing physical regions, Stopped at a Lexington board Bessie Pennington ing house a few afternoon since " map of Rockcastle county, Continued on last page. J Anna L- Proctor " product map of North America, Pansey Lovell ' political map of South America, Delia Proctor, ' map of U.S. locating princip d cities, Anna L Proctor Most attractive float -- This prize was given to the Little Rock "BALL-BAND- " and Langford schools They Light -- Weight Rubbers each receh ed a half stalk of bannauas. They fit snug. They whith There were some articles wear long and they had no names on them. These are neat and good-lookihave a blank space will be seen rubbers. opposite their entries. In such cases we would like very much to have the teacher send in names of the students winning such prizes Checks will be mailed out the last of the week for the prizes. They bear the famous to say that from every We wish Red Ball Trade Mark angle the school fair was a sucwhich stands for Qualcess It went far beyond our ex ity in every kind of rubpectations. With the co operation ber footwear. of everyone in the county we expect to mnke the Rural School For men and women Fair Day in Rockcastle county and boys and girls. the greatest day of the year. This Buy them for your m is not a fond boast but a thing I family and avoid colds. I which is coming to pass. Next years fair is already bein talked Continue to talk it from now till I I the time for it to come off and you will do your part in helping to make it a go. " longuage lesson, ist, 2nd or 3rd grade, Ruby Cranr.aman, " composition on school sanitation, Ethel Hilton " comic drawing, Anna H. Pioctor " pencil drawing, Carl Brown, " pencil drawing, Lillie Hamm M school motto, " apron. Bailie Craig, " pillow top, Verlie Smiths S WAYSIDE NOTES OOOJBr JIM MARET TOOOJarvis J Cook, one of Rielc-caatie'- CALL ION US - if you need anything s S in the drug line Prescription Work a Spxialiy I A rfWSki.l PHONE 3S Wmw 3 XjK . summsfa mwmm R2X sr Square Deal Hm i . ri v: ESEZD I IB y, - may always he spaclfli frem Ww dual in Sq'iares and wvery other essential fur Carpenter. Ad the Tools we seil are on the d.-ula- P$.m 3 Mt. Vernon. 2 square, accurate, strongly made and mt the vary bet and most reliable materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Also, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House 3 - e 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 ng rBALL(lAND All doubted up, thinking you couldn't Then your stand it another minute. r you some Jamaica Mother would give 'Member how it would luin going down ? but 'terectly your poor little stomach would get just as warm ami you could feel yourself getting easy. Ay, Boys that easy sensation did feel so good jin-ge! 1 If today you have partaken too freely of the gram apples of Extrauagance and are all doubled up with the Volicy" pains of Debt try the best old fashioned remedy. Take a dose of Kconomy anil Hard-work- . It will burn a little but it will ease you certain, and how good and happy you'll feel ! J The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. I Get Them At CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIP HN, W. H. CO rTONGIM, Vice-Presid- CMldreTOry President ent C M. THOMPSON, Cashier CASTORIA The Cash Store P ii ifrlai Mi ii .- . -. .- - MT.VERNON SIGNAL , Bounded on the north by Mairi rjafy, 1917, nntil paid, and the Stat el Ohio, City or Toledo, fcfoefc; (n the east and south by ctjt of this action. Lucas Couuty, as. nt 10 hfilp win id tins world : , r tfci LeaisviUe A Nashville Rail-roaFrank J. Cheney makes oath For the pnrchase price the par wide utrogglt lor hVrty. The on chaser must execute bond ObSspent! right that be is senior partner of the sooner our people Bedei Bland ti at tlu I9I7 vet by property recently nrrtT. bearing Idjal fir is of F. J Cheney A Co., doing this is no a scheme to rob them; owii d bv W T. Smith, deceased, pi. interest from dav of sale until business in the City of Toledo, .' twerf Friday by that it is not a sillv je; the bet and now owned by his heits .kifcgs la aJJit;-- Vik' ik UorUi Salve RAtw County and Btnte aforesaid, aud Vicfs tkt tXiM rehovinj IBM -- ,.. snd faaviu- - the foree a,,d Mr . BDGAM S ALBRIGHT. tei it will be for all of 0 undent thereof to mad i InLaJatton aud Abrptin - ..r Bidders wi'ljthat said 'firm will pa the sum Hoover means to hava a window dure tha mm f 4fiK Tint's rai na epaHpt uxor taothiost anil No Doaingc with i rect ut a Jg.neut $1.' card in e.ich of our windows or IsnlinUrMtfmn March 1.0:7 be prepared to comply promptly of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS UBSCZIPTIOtf 01 YRAK ni'ci-iiao ra mpu.C'iif or.i-.ipui souriM f with these tortus for each and every case of Catarrh hnliifc neeu 10 use f"r thpse troubles.meU a littlf hum pi.n ip :ni.-I.,a We now UU ... r.- 3l VJ1j ti,;u (IMI'III, know the reason why. ...:., :n a forming drug arvl Mm w IUI9 alvei9ai)liedpor9 tkat cannot be cared by the use waeavieara Ahn .Asthma ud Ha? G. S. Ghiffin, appeal to every housekeeper to ,:;tng rates MM IMM Hi he v tte host of the rodv, soothine. medi ever, the purchase price the i eat,.cr Master Commissioner, of Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Frank en ted raporn are released that are inhaled umn torue A'ick's nirnn- the piiial sijjn the pledge cards, d.splav relax the tt'tiio'i bond iiumlmnfT mnst execute Roekcaetta Circuit Court J. Cheney. " niht l'ne through the !! ilw es to gna, Si "" .': i iiieir I) ines and v.' rJ '' .i.h approved surety, bearing ) Sworn to before mo and subhelp the Food Administration get from day of sa'e leal interest WKMBKK OF scribed in my 'presenee, this 6th uet out until paid and having the force othtrs to sign tnem. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION county be the Banner Count.v day of December, A. D. 1886. and effect of a judgment. BidA. W. .Gleason, with every of the Mountains, ders will be prepared to comply Notary Public. (Seal) PASS CHRISTIAN H home on our list. pneaptly writh these terms. NEWPORT Hall's M. Prnningtox, Chairman Catarrh Medicine is G. S. Grimn. Pass Christian is the Newport taken internally ana acts .through Rockcastle Council of Defense Master Commissioner, f the Gulf Coast, and one or the Blood on the Mueens Surfaces COMMIs-SIONEU'SALE. Rockcastle Circuit Court. the most fanhionabl and popular of the .System. Send for testi ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT MRS. P. O nTUCHELL TELLS resorts in the South. The town menials, free COURT. HOW HE CURBS) HKK SON of about 2,0o0 permanent popuF.J. Cheney & Co.,Telede,0 BR khzabeih Bowman, lation, is very generally engaged Sold y all draggistt, 75c. Of A n entertaining Jand serf ing the ' I TOLL) VOL SO". Hall's taaiily Pills for These C C. Bowman, "When my sun Ellis as sick Walker Bowman, Plarge numbers who icrme here, pa tion. ti)- - prophetic words of our f re with a re'.J last winter I gave for reerea-;ioLivingston friend in his prophesy Jesse Bowman, him Cbamberlai&'s Ceugb Rem- manner and wiuter, PUBLIC ALE. Plaintiffs, congregate at Society of t.vo weeks ago. and the only Florence Monroe and edy. It helped him at once and On Tuesday, Nov. 18th at 2 P. the vs: Commissioner's Sale. difference between his prophesv quickly broke up his cold," "The Pass" at all 'seasons A coming from If. I will offer for sale to the and what jeaily happened is that Robert B. Cockrell and writes Mrs P. O BtneheU, Ho summer guests h" said he would say "who would Jennie Cockrell, Defendants mer City. Pa. This remedy has neighboring southern cities the highest and best bidder my farm acres. winter throng from all parts el of 59 have thought it':'" ani he would By virtuie of a judgment and been in use for mviy years. Its This farm ts located 6 miles the North. say "I told you so"; but alas! his order of the Bockeastle Circuit good qualities have been fully , Pass Christian was named for we6t of Mt. Vernon, Ky-- 7 miles prophesy failed just as did his Court, rendered at the August proven by many thousands ef south of Brodhead, Ky., and 4 i: nocrstic friends in Tnenday Term, I9I", thereof, in the above-cause- , people. It is pleasant and safc a Spanish explorer who discovpans that miles from Maretburg Station. elect ioo. (iee "'I told you so" ered the deep-wate- r I ,shall proceed to offer to take Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 Carter, after for sale at the court house dooi iies close to the maiu share. It The farm is Wonnded ; by lands COM MISSIONER'S SALE. U pending several nays with rasa-tni'.- in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highis an old and much honored set of P. H. Shutts (Joe Noe), 3XEZ2 ROJKCASTLR CIRCUIT in Shelby, returned nomi tlement, having been a populai C. Dlanton, D. F. Noe's and est and best bidder, at publu COURT. Friday. Dr.W F. Gravel f was ir auction, on Monday, Novembei resort from far back in auie-nellu- T. B. Chandler, and the eounty liiddlcsbOfO '.ast week thogacsl 2bth, i9i7, being regular Count dav. Tradition associ- road, 6 acres ia woods, 39neres Bank of Mt. Vernon Plaintiff. el Mr. nd .Vis. H. H. Hutchc Court day for said couuty, be ates is with the gayest of south- in grass, 12 in corn (corn not vs: Commissioner s Sale. acre in garden son. Mr. and .rs J. J. Painter, tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. VV. ern society and with men and for sale), C. Kirby, high social and fruit trees. All under wovo! is aoford, were here between Mr. Marion Holcomb, cf Nancy, Ky., says "For quite women .famous in in. and ,1! o'clock p. m., upon a vfartha Kirby, a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would R. H. hicks trains Saturday. eircles of this and foreign lands; en wire fence, except 6t rods credit of six months, the fcfollw J. T. Bowling, and have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most of Pass on back side, which is fenced Louisville Son-day- mg described property, returned front Defendants President Wilson is one disagreeable taste in my mouth. If 1 ate anything with Leonard Kirby, where he baa bean working Christian's recent notable guests. with rails. 850 rods of wire; butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have land in Rockcastlt A tract Jef By virtu re of a judgment and Its location is ona of the choicest most of this has barb wire on for Uncle Sam at Camp Talor. regular sick headache. I had use J pills ad tablets, but County. Kentucky, on the wacers order of the Rockcastle Circuit well top. All tke fields are g after a course of these, I would be constiiited. It iust Willie, Ro);o a:id Harrison coast. The on jthe of Crooked Creek, and boundea Court, August shore slope upward to wooded watered. seemed to tear my stomach all t;p. 1 foan.l they were rendered at the Ray. of Garrard, were here last as follows: no good at all for my trouble, I x rd Splendid 6 room house jwith Term, 19i7, thereof, in the above hills, where pines and .splendid week, the geefte of their aunt. Mrs. Larkin Hicks. Mrs Hicks" Beginning at a conditional corner, ause, I shall proceed to offer old oaks, magnolias, palaiettoes 34 feet of porch, well painted. poplar and dogwood, above the for sale at the court house door of Kay. sister. Mrs. Nannie and a variety of tropic Tegeta-tio- House is nearly surrounded by whirl hole a the east side of n trees, good Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highLancaster, also visited her last Crooked Creek, near the eld fish grow and flower and flourish beautiful shade wiH-k- . Miss Aunie Cass, daugh- dam, this being Champ and Cal- est and best bidder, at public luxuriantly, while fine old homes spring that never goes dry, with well nainted end -- 1 , s snrin" house ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. L'a?s, loway Mullins' line; thence with auction, .on Monday, November elegant modern villas and v Susan A. Mullins' line up the 26th, being a regular County and Broi.ston Elder, son of Mr. and concrete floor and milk box. Laurl spur with center of the Court day for said county, be drives alougliue the avenues is Two barns, one Jvery good old Monand Mrs. Jacob Eider, took the shore. Life potnt to W. M. Mullins' stake recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured day s afternoon train fiom Stan- corner; thence with his line a tween the hours of 9 o'clock a. aver active at The Pass; there is barn, and one new barn 36 ft. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best to the cliff to the ra. and 3 o'clock p. na., upon a boating, motoring, golf, tennis square, with two drive ways ford to JetTersonville, Ind., where south direction liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or they worn Married. These are west end of the cliff, thence west eredit of six months, the follow nd fishing by day and dancing (but not quite finished). Stomach trouble any more." ht acts on fence to Crooked with Good smoke lion so, coal house prominent young people and Creek;the jold with the center of ing property, and ail other indoor festivities the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of thence throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sysA Uact of land located in for have many friends here who the creek to the lower end of the the evening. Ohrintnia and wood house, ail in good retem. This medicine should be in every household for join m in extending to thorn our McTilly field ,te an elm corner Rockcastle County, Kentucky, boasts of see of lite fiaest golf pair. All tke faros, except the use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel of Pine Hill, courses isywkeir la ike South. woods lot is level enoagk to best wishes for a long, happy on top of the ridge; thence with and just south sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh towith riding eattivator. and proerous married life the center of the ridge vith said bounded as follows: morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. Its proxiatity to New Orleans Mullins' line to Bee Mullins' gum They have token rooms in StanOn the north by the lands of and excellent trans- porta; ion ser- 30 minutes drive to church, corner; tkence a northern direcONE CENT A DOSE UW ford, where Mr. Elder has a job tion to two small dogwoods; the Kentucky, (Portland Cement vice over the Louisville &"Nash-vill- mile from school house, daily as operator for the L. & N. and thence to a beech and elm, Bee & Coal Co ; on" the east by the jRaihoad places all the di- mail, with telephone and post will make their home there for Mullins' corner; thence uy Crook- lands of said Company; on the versions of tue metropolis within onloe in building. ith the center of the South by the lands et Robert reach of visitors at Pass Chris the present at least. James Ty- ed Creek This farm has been well cared Creek to the beginning, contain- Renner; on the West by the for, for 12 years, and will sell re'- so.d a small trnet of land ing one Hundred 1Q&) acre more lands of R. L. McFerroa snd tian, who make a day for shop to James Morgan this week for er lwss for less than its value. t) acret more or less containing ping in jNew Crleans and return and has bought a farm in A private sale can be secured For the purchase price the tu time for dinner, which is one For the purahasc price the Pulaski, where he will move his before date of sale. purchaser aiust execute bond purchaser must execute bond if the social functions at the family wit inn the next lew weeks TERMS OF SALE Twothirds with approved surety, bearing with approved surety, hearing Pass; or. remaining in the city iJuiin" a drunken biawl last legal interest .from day ef ssle egal interest from dsy of sale for dinner, you can return at cash down, remainder one aud - two years at 6 per cent interest. Sunday evening John Soard, a until paid and having the force until paid and having the force your pleasure Utter ia the evenmerchant living near Hiatt, was and effect of a judgment. Bid- ind effect of a judgment. Bid in'.J. O. SCOGGIN w shot thru the arm and Win. Wren ders will be prepared to Jeorn-pl- y ders will be prepared to comply The hotels rauk with the finest Harry Jones, Auctioneer. a farmer living near Conway, was promptly with these terms promptly with these terms. in the country, aud there are knocked in the head with a shot many delightful oli country G. S. Grime, G. S. Griffin, gun and other wise injured Mr. 9 good beard and hornes, where Master Commissioner, Master Commissioner, Soard getting along nicely, but hospitality aie Rockcastle Circuit Court. Rockcastle Circuit Court. real southern Mr. Wren has not regained conTh inland oouatry back found. COM MlHhlONEllS'S SALfc. sciousness the last report we AN OLD MAN'S STOMACH. of Pass Chriatiaa ia beautiful, Plaintiff, had from him, and had bee tak As he grows older and less ac- Pkoplks Bank, and niauy charaaiag drives may Commissioner's Sale, vs : an to the Bern Hosi ital, where tive, iss iid kns fool is re be taken over the excellent roads. J. L. Thompson j be win likdy undergo an opera quired to meet the demsnda of among 6ne. productive fruit and Defendants and lion in sn eftort to nave his life our bodies It too jaiuch habitu truck farm., yhich ship much BlRB Thompson ) It was reported here this morn ally taken, the stomach will re of a judgment and of the early garden stuff that is Hag, (Thursday) that Wren is eel. When a man reaches the By virtue rfoskenfcthi Circuit so eagerly sought in northern dead, bur 'he report is not con advanced nge of Hsor 9. fuu will rder of the 'h? Augis. markets The hhi.ig in St. firmed. This is a verv unfortu find that he is a hsrht eater. Be ;urt, rendered at Louis Bav and the tribuur? in the abovt nate affair a- -, both parties have as careful jas you will, hewever Term, 1917. thereof, ause, I shall proceed to offer for streams is excellent, many an always bt en thebetof friends you will occasiouly eat mors tbas houve door, ir gieis finding their bst suort is this shown abut tad whiskey you should and will feci the sale at th court ' It. Vernon, Ky , to the bighes: the little rivers and streams of will do Mrs Waiter Smith, of need ef Chamberlain' Tsbleta immediate interior. best bidder, at public auction, dab Orchard is with her parents to correct the disorder. These and Monday, Movember 36, 1917, the on Across the bay from Pass Mr and Mrs. J. M. Owens here tablets do not costain pepsin. being regular County Court day Christian is the somewhat excluMr. and Mrs w A Tyrec, el out strengthen lb i stomach and i oui the , sive ct.ujikj rmawt'ol Ba St Detroit are with friends here enable it to porforra its functions for aid count bet.eii When company comes of 9 o'clock am and 3 o'clock p.m. Louis, a place much frequented this weak. Miss Mary Adams, naturally. They also cause a there is no time to upon a credit of six months, the by residents of New Crleans, of 'rab Orchard, is with her par- gentle movement of the bowels. waste no chances to following described property, to who own cottages and bungalows be takes so mother ents. Mr. and Mrs Smith Adams wit : aud eome here for the water sees that there is alROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT near here' lor a few days. Rev ways a can of One tract of land in Rockcastle sports and the fishing. It is also COURT. and Mrs. Kin Pike and family County, Kentucky, on the watera popular in winter with many Missouri Ramsey, Admr. of motored thru Wednesday to .eok, a:id bounded an northern jeop'e rhn prefer the Plaintiff, of ii.Uo. visit relatives at Pine Hill and S. B. Ramsey. Dec'd I follows : BAKIKG POWDER vs: Commissioner's Sale. quiit el cottage life, with the will return here today to spend Beginning at a white eak on the accompanying freedom for outDefendant. a lew hours with Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Kirby, on hand. Cakes, pies, east side of Brush Creek at the door sports, to the gayer and dough nuts, muffins and A J. Pike ani other relatives. By irture of a judgment and old Mose Cummins corner where more fashionable routine of the all good things to eat order of sale of the Rockcastle the lands of Marion Hicks. Katie must be dressed up in neighboring resorts. larger Circuit Court, rendered at the Hast and George Ping all corner, their best taste and Council of Pass Christian and jBay St. and running a westernly direc August 'Term, 1917, thereof, in looks. tion with the laads of Newton are reached only by the National Defense the above cause, I shall proceed Denny to a black walnut; thence Louis Then, too, her reputamodern steel passenger trains of tion as a cook must has reported only to offer for sale at the court due west to a black oak. which is theJLOUlSVlLLU & NASHOur Cou-.nbe upheld and she in the Food Con- house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky , the Elisha Thomas corner; thence 728 sipned cards "stakes" it on Calumet line with the County VILLE RAILROAD. servation Campaign. This is al to the highest and best bidder, a straight stone; thence running every time. SheA:;oa'sit Road to a CURE FOR CROUP. most 2,eoo short of what it should at public auction, on Monday with th count road and the CERTAIN will not disappoint her. Mrs. Rose Middleton, of Green The campaign will go on November 26th, 1917, being regu lands of Mrs E.Thomas te a small be. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings Court day for said black oak; thence due east with ville, 111 , has had experience in cntil every housekeeper in the lar County nnnn Vtrk every day. .,,. in the treatment of this disease. l.uf f( i - wwu.auio the lands of John Thompsoa to a She says, "When mv children J. county has a chance to sign the Calumet contains only such f I m and 3 p.m.. upon a credit white oak on the wet side ! my son had croup n thnmnoh ingredients as have been w h were small of six months, the following de Brush Creek ; tnenee up and approved officially by the Chamberlain's Cough tion of what it means has been the nvandering of said creek tw frequently. U. S.iFood Authorities. property, to wit: alwayi broke up these the beginning corner, containing Remedy immediately, and I have presented to each of them. T e scribed wfcae yea 6a;- it Ten attacks One house and lot located in in all about 100 seres, wte J" Be k. Tee a list of the na ve of thus I who in the never been without it of Mt. Vernon, County, Or sufficient thereof to produce hoase. 1 have "taken it mysdf refuse to sign will be made up the town and forwarded to the Poed Admin of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, the sum of $2,500.00. with legal for coughs and oolds with good merest f rem the eta day of Feb-- resells." istrator, who will ascertain why and bounded as follows.American citizens will Sot C011-- s view Treatment for Bronchitis, Tap-O-Rw- b of-wa- v; I ) wUV-approve- Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds bjrt '- L . J-T -- i -t T if f b an-oi- ?. t-- -- - '..- -, THE' BEAUTIFUL GULF COAST VICK'S" mu&mm. ss3LLfrfJ& TT The Old JONAS 2 2 OD H EAD cot. 8 Reliable McKENZIE General Merchandise 8 GOOD LINE OF 1-- 3 g Farm Implements 8 so. s ZXE3ZXZ2XX 1-- STOMACH , to-wi- t: low-lyin- I -- charm-bungalow- - Black-Draug- to-wi- t: oul-tivat- e - I-- 4 e f'.'-iH)- , Well'!4rmed - When you want your property sold see mi. CALUMET When you want to buy property come round. can pi ease you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL The y 11 1 Vks-tt- .al ,h J. W. RIDER - - eehs! Real Estate Agent r ML VLRNON SIGNAL Mt. 'kknos K Mat. , N T 73 wnn iiilj(iitniil X mih ililNA! " n 4, y . TS b& J5?. i I 3 Iwvwillt NvrLtr djt TlMk TAiSLi. am t koltt 14 n aorta 4outh ,)Mth 1 11:43 am l 12:11 a as Labdxum, Agent. Vorcn. y. Potoce iki! matter. t t..e Mt as coad-c.'!- PEKH HtSSfd. AL Andrew Gentry is home from John D. . Milter wis here from Lebanon Junction Tmday. Mrs. II. McFctronhas returned from a three w ks stay in LjOOis-vill- o New Bettor suits and overcoat J. J Painter was up from Sinn i nr. ever day at Fish's. ford this rlonne Way MM was over The The yt Vernon High School Irani nuicneeser loeaoay. ;boyS will po to Lordon today to Mrs H. S. Coffey ;ind Miss'piay the London Graded School Annie T French, of the Wildie basket hall team. KCtkM were in tun shopping The all sight borage from 22s yesterday. to a howitzer thai took place in our el town Tue-danight LOCAL. the honors ( t from thai wrests If you are particular ahouttho ceIebratod Un tLrgia t(jwn qualitv get it at PinVa. JaCKSon Breathitt county. Sw.t.n Hats are the hats for W()rk is .proceeub.g on Dixie for Highway f.oiu Round you. Ycr style ?is ready Stone to you at Fish's. QnviA is being ward town .. . i .. Tit J l. .i. .(.:i o'u cnuu oir imc,iu uu 111c g.p neiween me ine iour-yea- r .limmv Reynolds, of the Buckeye creek to Ja point just south of section, died aturdmv of diph- - Lireen Hill school house theria. Mrs. Parsons., mother oef Con Dee Cummins bought 5 year- - due! or Fun Parsons and Mr. A.D. ling calrc-parties near Parsons both tf Stanford died from Mullins Station this week at an this morning. A rather peculiar ptfineidenoo thst both died at z average of IS8.00 each. actly the same hour, thd same Mr. yika Fannon, General name but not related. Manapar of the Livingston Coal Fountain Fox Bobbitt, the Co , and Miss Lizzie Patten wuta They ''Cicero of the Mountains" is married Tuesday night. dead His remains r re brought will make their home at n I 'UJ".i.'l.J ".?! Dr. M. K. Pennington W Is y Dentist OF LONDON WILL BE AT ) 1 -- BRODHEAD Monday, Nov. 12th TO DO DENTAL WORK MBBTSajBBBUranBBBBBBSBBUt .aBSSBaBaaBaBBnBjeBT4eBOBjBaanBBBBaaBBn an important thing to consider these days. Whatever your buy here has in it our high standard of quality, which is always carefully woven into the goods we sell. THERE S See him early if you desire work done J Graded School Notes. STAR KOLL The six pear-olson of Mrs. j Aylum sines the early Reynolds, died at their home purcha-11- 1 T PWh i in Beer Longford Station, Tuesday, , goods for the Fish I lore this Notick: -- Your town and Graded and was buried 00 YVedn- sdav at neek. School tax 2'ire due. Dec. 1st. Mi-- s Carrie Lair rutted John the Maret oeaaetecy. The little The ienalty will be added. Please follow suffered only a short while Fair it Camp Zohary Taylor settle both tax at ones and save with diptheria. this reek. Mrs BigsaoB, Brother of W. B. that axtra ex; anse. .1 Do s is a? from Li Plica 8 Deboko, ian-'- n hadcing efter Ins tele Simmon, died at the home of her Collector. son oeor Wildi last week. She phone intercs:s Jesse Wallen, son f Wm.Wal-len- , had boon Boffering for some Mr and Mm R bt Cox an who moved from this counarrival of a tine wo'ks from a fail and w.is too rejoicing uv " areak to got well was the ty to Texas about I3 years ago, she boy baby born Sundav Bight mother of several children, end died at Beevi.lo. Nov. 1st. He B niard Proaklia visited his was s:!er of janios Ferry of was the last of nine children at Bereft, Tsmtdoy sod the Dispntante tectioe. tno'ii'-of the first mirriage. Wednecdoy, at iv.bins n ho The Ci;i.ens Ticket for Mt Notice:- - All partiee holding pital. claims sgamst the estate of the Lather Manns will move hack Vemon, which included T. J Into J. T Tate, will present same fr 11, hast Bernstndt, wherr renniiigtini for P.'lFe Judge; me at ot.e properly proven. he his bot'O bring for j ast lev 1'lens Debord for Marshall; and Tnoae indebted to the estate will D G. Baker, V. If. P.yntr, 1 l Robt. Cox, L. W. Ecthuruin, please arrange settlement at once. J. F. Thompson baa boejebtnne J. V. Tatk, LouF Cooper for Trustees, rfj P. Griffin's bnoaea no High and by majorities ranging from Admr. Won It reel and oitl move back to Mt. 25 to to. Thanks:--W- e Card Y asm. wish to H : to Crab Orchard Sunday for burial He had been in the Leiing-to- POLITICAL. goes republican Louisville electing every thing from Magi1st grade Anna Mae Debord strate to Mayor. Grace Bfultfne. New York elects Hylan demoBrd prade Nina Cox crat Mayor. 4th grade Rissie Gentry Pulaski elects full republican Grae Bryant ticket but by a reduced majori 7th grade Lillian Griffin. tv. 8th grade Hans! Parrett Lincoln elects full democrat 9th grade Rosa Gentry, Flora ticket, save two magistrates. Pitman, Julia Land rum. IS REAL til 1 r Women Earnest Aruold, Ada Sowder, Luthar Kirbv. Rockcastle County L'nd grade Vernon Taylor, I have been tppointed temporAustin Durham, Irvine Harper, Mary Kuherine Brown, Estill ary chairman of the Registra lstgtade HONOR ROLL FOR OCTOBER To the of In purchasing high quality goods , they give substantial service and have better appearance. Our Fall lines have never been equaled in quality and completeness. THE CASH STORE o5ee2j" A wf ' Mullins, Mayme Bryant. Brd grade Pearl Hamlin, Lucille Albright, Gladys Ping, Sadye Niel Parrett, May me Sow- der. 4th grade Frank Richards, James Patten, Mattie Winstead, Catherine Welch 5th grade Homer Wallen, Ella M-- e Sowder, Nellie Cox, Bessie Rentier. 6th grade - Willie Perciilal, Marguerite Bryant, Roy Owens 7th grade Ins Meadows, Rec-cHysinger, Lillie Mullins, Jack Brown. 8th grade Edna Davis, Bertha . Tl , niveretie I,. L,orene nryaut. T ueooni Mullins, Fay McClure, Thomas S Wallen, Maybelle Cummins, sie Barnott, Ada Brown, Flora Msttie Brown, Anna Brown, Chesnut, Eliza Langford. 9th grade Annette Coi, Dessie Niceley, Claude WcHargue, Ruby Cooper, ManaiijKincaid 10th grade Julian Miller, Willie King. Addie Smith. a Ris-;TH1- - arke and daegti !r R. G. Web!) won for Police Be-pent the week in Ju ge of Livingston aeer J. F. tr, Mis i!F with Uisaos Fao and Dees, th present incumbent by L : e votes. ;sr ha S ar re. POb t maj aroc not on ballot but the i late Se at r. B. C. F'.wi- aid written by the voters It is W FF McD ia1 1. i.lit 1: of the against that the .Af'.v cat , w re h"r 10:11 (tar Decs was brought aiiout bv his l onrvil e yesterday. The game warden, Henry Gift, efforts againat Cam Mullins in was here yesterday warning evK'rs ti. B. Lawrence and litth ISre W -- Bj -- -, . : - n-ta- e !''! 1 1 thank the fii. ud and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our bereavment through th? death of our beloved Catuer an li ;s and ir. W. T. Francis. The Family. 1 of Committee for tion Woman's the Coancil of National Defense. The United States is asking far to cooperate the Woman-Powe- r to tender their service in and the places that they are best fitted. On each of these registration-card- s is a list of Professions snd Accomplishments and also an opportunity to learn to better do any worif that you nave had some training in, if you consider yourself a trained woman in any of these lines you incircle the number en tba left of the BruSS-vs-H 3 .aMd - JB 4 J- -a JfijMg 2- S- "' a Leaders In Our Line Since 1887 vomber 11 -- 5 as time for regis- tration, however oue can register at any time before that. I have the cards at uy home and will gladly explain to the best of mv ability the method of of old Mt. Vernon were not slow to watch the course of "U. G " and are adoptir.g his i.leas to ad- SBBlBQe Where this merchant prince fgot his supplies by the wheelbarrow load '23 years ago be iets by the car load today. These. are simple facts. Other Mt. Vernon merchants are iher with the goods also and the Boone Way man will not forget to mention them in future articles. . J t-- land had better take out license He said they are in better shape relatives during the week. u: to catch every oody that hunts .i :...! without license. He appeals to J. J. Lawrence aJ the L, & feat, everybody that takes out license depot for a lew nights This job Five Hundred dollars is the to see that the other fellow takes seems to suit Matiiew pretty well out license. Don't forget the bag F T. MnCine, Hiatt Crawford, amount assigned tJ Kockcavtle the $35,000,000 .to be laised in limit, twelve birds in one dy. V ilie Davis, Kichard Cox and Jamie Thomiison motored into the! the Lnited jStates for the Y. M. SRRVICES AT THF CHRIS' c- A- - war w0rk iu d for- Blue Grass oootaan l.st Sunday. TIAN CHURCH. 1 lih grade Maggie Levisay. Win.tead is moving ei?n countries. What will you J.ilerJiin The series of meetings will 12 grade do-Ruth Landrum, Mary donate Are yon ' on to his farm near Sand a small portion willing means f,r continue at the Christian church Langford, Verna Welch, Siduey of your Surior. Wade Livesav will be the benefit of our boys at the until Wednesday night of next Crawford, Onie Silvers. deputy Jailer and have charge of .front, for the liberty, freedom week beginning at 7 p. m. each The Band is coming along jail. and prosperity roe enjoy f Don't service except on Sunday. These nicely, there are over 12 memMrs S. C. Fronklio wennt to wait for others to do it all, do will be at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. bers now and others are waiting the Robinson hospital at Berea your part. Mr. M. E. Vaughn Every one is very cordially in for their iustrumtuts to come. this week and undeiwent a sue of Berea. is chairman of this dis vited to each and all of these serWe will have a band all of our Oesafnl operation and is doing vices. They are not at no time own for the School Fair next trict and he is appealing to all, to well. be loyal and contribute to this for the congregation only, but year. C Skirvin, wife and son. and most worthy fund. Detailed for all who will worship with us. The attendance is hclding up E K. Gardner, of Dry Ridge, are plans of the campaign will apMrs. E. R. Gentry, Co. Home fairly good our average for Oct. visitinir Mrs. Wm. Adams, at pear in our next Fsue. Demonstrator for Rockcastle will be over 26o, we are also Brodhead. They motored up here glad to say that out of .this numDr. W. T. Francis, age 66 years, county, for the past two years Monday for a faw hours. soon become Territory ber 158 were neither tardy nor Mt. Vernon's only dentist, died will Willi1 Doan. it home from New-Tior- t uddenly at his home on Old Main Agent ter Rockcastle, Powell, absent. News, Va, to see his mother. street at Estell and Lee counties. Parents are invited to be presMrs. 1:45 p.m., Sunday after He has been in the regulrr army nooa. Dr. Francis came to Mt Gentry has done splendid work ent with us on Nov. 28th. The two years and is one of the finest Vernon some six or seven years and is regarded by those in Second Grade will have charge locking soldiers in the U. S. A ago from Monticello, with his charge of the Home Demonstra of the Rid Ribbon Program, it Pieston Penninpton, one of lit most estimable family, and during tion work as one of the very will be In the nature of a ThanksVernon's poed citizens and his his stay in our town made hosts best of all the county agents giving program. We are glad to have wife, have moved to Corbin to be of admiring friends by his clean, Mrs. Gentry will remain in Rockthe folcastle for the next two weeks lowing students from the counwith their son Lincoln who is, upright, christian life. Sunday engaged in railroad work there, morning the Dr. was in his marketing the canning club pro- try: Milton Moore, Robert Pish, t Sunday ducts and planning her winteis Robert Fields, Tulla Owen, P,ace Seret. Leonard 'Laneford. whuacPUStomed and church. Returning work which will consist princi Claude McHargue, Sadie Parsons, io nAWwt.tiotiiJ cat Vfr nwlnfUnrmi SChOol m ii t nintiwnt u of a va i,iin'i fr"' pally of a bread making campaign Lula Mullins, Laura Taylor, Ga. is home ter a few davs stair to his home he ate dinnsr and using a wheat substitute. Celia Hiatt, Ada Brown, Jack He is a son of Elr.a Langford and had one into the family oom to over the dail' papers. With An order effective tomorrow Brown, Mary Katheiine Brown, has been in the service about 4 ilook out a moments warning or even a Mr. J. A. Landrum will not de Elmer Allen, Nannie McNew. years. We are expecting several more struggle his head rested on the Assistant Adjutant Jaka J. back of the big rocking chair, and any more telegraphing. Me will to come in before the Second Bethrum was here Sunday for all that was mortal of this good devote himself entirely to agencv iTerm If the number of those work. Ralph Griffin who has wanting the first year high Mt. Vernon man was endad tVia a few hours with cnirit hr boon assistant agent for some school is large enough we will relatives He had a few days its flight Q the God who i time loses his job as the result begm a clft8s the second m t ar m .!UI a a r e ,1 xv "a Any on PaS91na "e oommon gave it Mrs.Francis and daughter! Llsrence Fur- - 9chcoi examination in Jan. will !0IWie cbanSer, Mrs B. J Bethurum Ot Som- - T. ' " Per' be allowed to take up this work ersetand came over for Ih. i?,ii ao oresent j '" stay. He expects to go to ", uu 01r r. ana short A mtZ oercnuaren, Mrs. Abe Adams will work Ml. Vernon's biggest fire oc- . , BWWOW firct nfthp ,, Mr. Wa WjT N . . . v..Q anA nu. seconu lrica, or tne ji h'ranc ...u Li- -. iam hour cured iu ' Agust 1898 when the n. u. vreiitry, 01 mis piace nas uats, oi Monticello. and Mr. T. ' .hixk vnr. v.., . of Level Green ri ittd L uisville and Linoola conn J Mar-'t- , -- 1 x-- f.-- race republi an town ?ind party lines were drawn ill thf- -- Pulir'H TtwFrp's riira- wtii'Vi ..w..u... brought about Judge Dees' de Fiv-ingat- (he County Judge's is a largely Profession. REASON THAT THE GOVERNMENT IS ASKING IS: To ascertain which women are available for service outside kerne, and which are not. To be able to furnish women for salaried positions, whether Government or not. To be able to place women who can Volunteer their services in positions of asefulness in many fields To have a registry of the capacities and training of the women of the comity as the basis of the work of the Women's Committee of the National Defence. voluntary; Registration is wossea will not be drafted into the Government service. If wouea register as "trained" and capable of self support this will not give cause for her husband to bs drafted. If a woaten registers for service- st thia time, and when sailed later finds herself unable by changed conditions, to respond ,to the call, no punishTM on ery body that hunts off their own registering. Very .sincerely, Sadye Richards j r OOOOOOOOOOOO 6 . if S WAYSIDE frQBy Inst NOTES JIM MARET "OQQ- c - The Koine Way man has the - R A. Sparks, superinteiidsnt fire Sroeord of Mt. Vernon, on file, giving dates and losses show ef the W. J. Sparks Company ing amount of iusurance thereon, was a passenger enroute to Win- 8 5. Chester, with the writer one day from 173 to j 1 1 j j -- 1 '"' -e ''""'"""" 11 -- v.r L, It mt '. "-""- !. .,.,T' .. ' - . i.j r- missed an election. Has been a funeral which was conducted from o. v Hp.. ennren so u.e wonacmn snores oy Kev. n. auu iiaa uui uinncu UHC UJ x xwuug, wcuuosunv . ., ; .: . a mu u -- ,.-wuu ri N.c. u.uuSB uur.ng x uC uux.a. iuv p.aoe.u mmwOOU all that time. cemetery. meor ii .ver since there has been three operators lOSCS UlS tur' lue same " Ralph ns worked Mllrt-rilOO- n. 4- 1 1 1 Griffin who splendid boy and the L.&N. Will no doubt hav something else to offer him. nar O. Natural gas fron the West Kentucky and nn ,.f. h,,ns,d!. of- Virginia Jpiped Eastern Winchester, ' fields is into dollars are brought in yearly is from the output of their various Lexington ;and Louisville. It mighty nice these cold mornings ment or criticism will fall upon crushing plants in the county, her, nor will she be compelled to and distributed among employes. to be enabled to crawl from bed strike a match turn a valve and service. Women shsuld register for The W. J. Sparlts Comany have a tire right there and then what they are doing now and for have lately installed au electric The hubbies simply snore on till what they have been trained to light plant in thiir Mt Vernon the breakfast bell rings. He do, whether or not they give qaarry, so as to be enabled to doesnt have to split kinjling and build tires. any extra service at the moment. put on a night force. "Roads rule the world not Women are not forced to give their extra age, bat are advised J. Thomas Proctor is the o'd-es- t kings nor jonquerors, not courts to do so, as certain Government native born resident of Mt. nor constables, not ships nor positions are only open to women Vernon town litnitB. He is uot soldiers. The road is the only between certain ages. Tho age yet old but if you would listen royal line in a democracy, the that never should at least be given in de i nd believe his tale of woe you only legislature the only oourt that So and under 4o " would be under the impression changea, cades "over etc. that he was decrepit and at least never never sleeps, the only While it is true that EXPERI lie years of age. Tom is u good army that never quits, the first et any aid to the Redemption ENCE for ssaaj years may be citizen just the same. nation, the exodus from stagnaeoBsiderod as efiivaloat to or ocTrainiag in some trades, Twenty three years ago U. G. tion in any society, the call from cupations, the experience must Baker located in Mt. Vernon savagery in any tribe, the high ha carefullr woiahed aa to its with a few wheei barrow loads of priest of prosperity after tha orvalae before a woman registers goods. He has been right there der of Melchisedee without or end of life. Tho road at trained. In other words a on the job with that hearty hand chick- shake and sunny smile, over is umpire in every war, and woman who has fed a few ens st the back door can hardly since, and we all know the re- when the now map is made it be called a "trained" poultry sult to dale; the biggest mercan- simply pushes en its great camand residence, thi ed stand of raiser. If she haa raised chiek-en- s tile establishment in the county paign of help, hope, brotherhood, for profit for some years, and where you can purchase any old efficiency aud peaee. " Jack Adams A Son. takin in sens 0 BW one entire block, old lend msrks conducted it as a business, she thine from a needle up to a some of them a century old. All might well be considered trained. threshing machine, traction en A t.h0.A h.r. h.a ikK FOR FLETCHER'S The women of Kentucky had gines and ear muffs in or out of No-- season. tLo .Governor to proclaim Other good merchants to dale buUdings. week. This man is an all atoned practical business oitnag- r in atona. rr usher, maehinerv farming and other and varied branches connected with the busi ., Ll. nc lies aiictus u:f 1111 i;juiii.iu). II. knows everv detail ana can fill any position on the works when the occassion arises, from pick and shovel, all machinery, np to general managership. In this conaection it might be in forder to mention the fact again that tha Sparks Company a one of tiockcastle's bur assets. wi-.l- .:. Many people are saying thev i for the adoption of the old f votin At the Polls' Th writer things differently and believes the secret ballot is .i 'dad b'amed good thing." Pula-k- i voters seem to be generally and prizin' up h indications pint to something doing on November i6th. Let'er 1 do. Tkoa. A , . be-ginni- ng . Children Cry CASTRiA V- - Wayside Notes : II r ,. I - i i r raa iu - from 1st fife for supper and found thai the Burt Miliie, accomodating and fa- -. est waiter therein wa a u, fContinn.-.- groans from the MM in 11 chair like you used to do when uaBtiinv non In cgf'--a--sl I Li mfmm m iniiii HiiMMiM 111 our show in Mt. Ver- - dajs go e by. Don't .nv Toryni.v' I- --' Children. -. 7 ri ! I V SL" ;?, I? S ? 1 .? Mothers Aivv .DCcUS U " n ivm w That t,;:-.- 7. 'i --- "1 -ays A a 1 sta - simaattkeroodbyEuU Fi U1U L, k ? ' ' i ici (.hcrrtUiftCbSm'.-"- vrpnuit.v. ncither L:crr?nM!roJi.lj OlgllatUK ni.iijy . .i i i aw Op-c- 1' - ..... r.. n j ,v . f jfJJ . a (fi 9J a ft -J i V? -:" Mineral. I 4.: i a . - h'a7raJi A" et w I rv Ot 6V IJ Sd ' rrrrit l W m JJ a In Aho1PfuiRc!;Scca and tctsh.--'- "a 1 1 ir I rreiiiiSK1v,,r-- i -- - FacSiimleSiiri fe3C- et 4 1 liver I even have to dope the:u or use cMmuifora in rauorina; the hide v abu is Ven attending along wibn the wliisicers from Si.iW t'..i ge Will rbompnoa their faees. Thats a big saving He cave up the these war times. MM 'lw boy ,nd accepted hij paps "'i' aitkm which pays bet- press; W. P. Arnold, aged 25 oldest ; t'-Blot w'th not fc;f,pi ' , .1 I Arnold of rtI l am rec.Miticu bum. nciLuoi'iUuoU Is io- .itl u. uivti-Lu- u mrke poed. H- - is not afraid of catod at Man, West Virginia,! work. writes the l3one Way uju. "Left Kockcaslle three years ago At Detroit baa hern erected welltlo pinevilU.workrd for $1.50 a Kimnitfl .noomenl in honor of per day. came to thbStatelvo Horatio Mo;, to perpetuate the years ago. Located in the heart mciu .rv of the 'Pktber ..fijood of the coal ,.eglon. 1 hold a; k.adsi, UiebiinM." Mr. Earl ,.,os,uon with the Logan County says: "So tar as I know, this LiKilt and Power Co.. at a salary' MM never d, ne for any other of moHth We are 14u per man wini y.t ti . (r. buiiding a 44,000 volt fciausUH.--ston line urueh larniahata power Ashvil'o. in the "I.ai of the for 7 different Coal plants. Sky,'' at wh ch jl co was the OdIv nacet a few R ckc&tle firit paper. or hofcre a to remain peoile here. 1 t a coavenuott m the Eioone if Untie Sam locdity subj"ct, Pohrnarv ly has in.this doesn't want me. Have not made ROOJ by li!i.jr.ti i.triiu- be u called, but am ivauy and tions to tne futid for Hie Rock Will I love not claim exemption castle Laurel portion of DixieU- -. I r - I L.T VGB Y no VIBK A f norn c aid IIBLilS w, 8B "We'll Deposit Our Money with the - - 1 rl I -I a ee " I 1 1 r-- This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. o U O GROW" "WATCH . OCiilil I llll : uui o Boone WllllUK 10 ..:. J. ..! J ,""w" " """" Our 11 . u ,. f. Some of her ZI in ; loads f if Hrvtr T..C CINT. l C - ESO " o of Jew York. Car of this vegetable are brought into central Kentucky. Lands too high to give much si ace to cabbage. in from state, ' the farmers ''over1 entmg cahbage ihipt cause ui nie rea winte nnu uiu Tom Brooks left Mt. a-- so ai any uuie iui ,. . 111 h'.snis handy get "roped - .wmmm ..w.. .,! He and await n. alright. B 1 ak mi The Beautiful Gulf 3IAUT!FJL THING about the Gulf Coast P - NewOrleana an I ground. aaaimer or winter a p Nuveuiber to lorri.-!- THE betweea i, :.:li N-- Coast la, 1 'Kraut1' biMiivj German word . is being tabfod insofar as t lie by marv name is concerned. Americans, who mike it "pickled cabbage. Th Hut is a real plav- 168.000 on roads in 1916. irthern folk hrom ii various States spent 'One half the people dent Vernon know how the other half live." 39 years o and located in Pa-ipossii,iy it is well they dent. Kentucky and has Ixen in the Ever:, one is entitled to that f at that placet ver acy eraated them by right of The writer was in Pjiris tnP conatitotion. Only in case since last week and called at ins big ofacfial need should a neighbor's bp lonk, d after or store which is now run un iler nrnmt- - ntTni.-f- . .. iU-- . i ..... ..- , O C .. . if n ',v- - 11 - ..iijii ll - - inquireaj ;nio roe c oseiy. v J "' Clellai Brooks is in hospital ser vice in France. Ha has been Railrord tickets to the number there since early in 191 5 engaged of 76, 112 have been sold at Win.Jim Brooks in war hospitals. chester Union jdepot for Lexingthe Philipine. Bean there ton during past three years. for a number of ears Thousands were also sold at L. & s, When In Mt. Vernon DROP IN OUR priv-drnf- bu.-iue- ss NEW STORE On South 5!do of West ;Ta.n 11 Street s 1 1 11 ft I 1 . "- T - iu You will find our stock dean and fresh. and our prices right. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Come In and let us get better acurinted. vl: Mi 111 a re at placid . iriiij 1". '.: ,...-- . "' Vou ToW iii n if.: i ';,.-- ill- - ;i ' :i I n - 4. I. ' - ultur.i. Lia o:ik. for many yuan writes from soiii' vein an later with thr ; and all '... lb "aroonrviiie his new locution at, (Jorbin "Tell MOU' lH,n Ltl i, kite Hirl, the ii ,t'1 Est,H Sun- ttt Irvineha !..the Mt. Vernon end Roekeaatle ujj- - anything and everyitiiiir In W owns a people I have a mighty warm hWritd Maysrille Mr. & Nashville place in my bean for them large frm ar OOINQ SOUTH on the Lou rides over the farm in-.- , e to eacaie th it i u leave Mob Rjiilroed, after ip Larger opport unities lnre is the s At erery stop throng' only thing that induced me to bisr nnto a id sots 'backer jiice if you wanted toloUiai aafaeboa of foyont lieinjj. utl of pto if are saiaa bMI xjmin u on or off the leave the good old town. I hive ou lbo he donr a u. 11 iitiifraut hn iv trauib. La.,.lCi-- i a:il nine y, tuiui ' '"' some improvements! 'iii'iti or i uiplate of uii u .1 in; JUV '' U u r r'l honomb t in the shop here. In mtmmm nue, whicheTer W hve atveral good the pa-tr;;. ice tta Br ' '.! iu . L'ly, southern lie from other "bej and girls''; 11. amys of Um urhita twller. tby bad been using hickory : lid a urdri. K put liia itj , and Itavn Old at jrojrdii arithta to fasten the victims to tt ves f th- uon bilU" of the "ii! :111c Mi.tl uk-- i an IW J rorl ;ti: rwi'h i i itl loch will appeal ilit ) nil j.. ik .ui iiu the chair while shaving them. Cumierlinds, , miVI o tta ach :oitl the the .t..--tan jii watrra, at the 'la.' 'inu Liter. "Keep o a 'riten." tli suniihine and .11110:1. wtntthe extra sxpea B of go-tiIf you ii.;, !ik- - 'i iwa i Mn p h it o.: .. loil't ifO MMItfa in leather Rtrapaaatd ln .,.-.-ad a the co ml haw only yum j You don U fiinl vour "lJ iti "! oil the wiulrr exne-iiui- : tljboar any yells at TlutOw ns person, at Liv i li U :i :. il if hot to l;t tri uhle I r JOUrjj ailik No ftiCiRtr fj. t tl (Mind. Tii- v. .liter el in is ideal. nit u c '.nu, but moderate and A lla.til ill ':i" ',':- ... - n lain! - llieiti '. . I'i'-'- l nil wi li A. W. Seward was a who as Cox, the barber man, lie livlR)2 was one of Mt. Vera m s good citi printer on lhf Signal stiff for ruai.s, 1 C cw'l E. depot. Lexington has Winchester left several blocks in its restaurant changes. Calf liver with braina 60 cts sliced tomatoes 30 cts. pes 30 cts. coffee or tea loots, fish j.'icts, steak do 1 $1 to, roast beef SoetS. Prenk air 3 cents per alnghl luntr full, double lung ( zns w A,lvo. n-- -- - Yours Tor business, 1 . P. Q, GRIFt-- ; pj-j-"- . ; ... t;-i..-- d 5cts). MT. VERNON. KY. - inoi-eove- r - d I . - -- 11 . v - 1 ! . . i n I br:aBU FOR A WEAK STOMACH. As a gent'o rue all you need .to do it to adopt a diet "suited to v,,ur ;,p "d pecnstion and to M a!J keep y ur h wcN r.'L"!l r. When IJL.) 'OOO you feel that run have eiten to yJJb) """ much and when conatipatioa. 'yj KjK W UP OOO r " . j kV'. J. ! pMt-ninssl- e 11 i i . take one of Chamberiaid's lets. Tab- - 2 i braeinn, pntti tcjanapaud j.injjvr into tins ssuni. Pr.3 j r 33 m 1 m i People M Ifotnle, j ,i frw hour-- , a few tidage that will brin dii. orankmji you nriah. Ii ia a facinatiiiK tou aveaaanllj to tht plane of your ultimate ilesire. u:i can, .ilo. if you your awtor car U Mobile end j. in to irin along th cbooe. guif-tl- ir n the extreme raadu are ali e;oo ami the country - u;inai ita background of fact toalongl ft el inietv-titradition ami roaanat:c concerning tins locality, ind the "atmpiieri ' w!ii. wholly Aineri-caiee tnive it direreity and rariety. haa the foreign laror in HtBlcie gently toward the Topogra hieally, thr coaat iis low and curving, with pines brokeni in the which - fore-.- .. irinifs, by rich and The shore iiiie is much Lmlented, the numerous bays, fannhinds "bayous. ' oiiii'ls" ami lakes girinf seemiitgiy enulebsaml all surrounding wi crrac, Lying otl the sh re is s line f stands, forming tlie outer bulwark of Hiasiaaippi Sound. r.i Fronting Lhis an the r soi s thai have been famous lays the low wiiieh began as of the Preach colonies, snise bepan under the hroth- re de Bienville and d lb-ri.le Ad rerttaeaaeaa. You ena aVop is one of the ways e tind their pai and for this ch traveler take aavaoaa the train aerriox of the loiriaville & N'asln lie Railroad w oonrenient. g POURING alo-- the Gulf Coast :o i eveiwhcr beginning To the I, Tax-Paye- rs of business man knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; wide-awake . nj i. Rockcastle County or one of my Deputies, will meet you at the following places to collect your Taxes: BRODHEAD, WILDIE, Saturday, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, November November November November November November November November November November November November November November 10th 10th 13th 14th 14th 15th 15th 16th 16th 17th 17th 20th ii-i- n, hir-terlam- i. I pro-tncti- likewise the MTOgressivs fanner; and, the bameM woman. We shall he ilail to initiate peoplt into details of keeping a cheeking aeouut. WE WILL BB GLAD TO TASK YOOR OUDER TOR THE NRW LrUKXTY L.QAN BOBUs t. i - The Bank of Mf, Vernon fig rj "''I lllllllllllM I LtjOOO .EXiKLI r 8000 Miles standard track directly serving 1 To the Public TF YOU oc your friends toanyixintand desire information regarding fares, schedules, train service, etc.. you will find it to your interest to call oil or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the mm ye Alabama Florida Georgia 1 i contcn.pLiio traveiipg illlji Indiana Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Ohio Southern Railway-Syste- m NorthCarolina SouthCarolina Tennessee Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agent 1 18 E. Main Street, Lexington, Kentucky Virginia and the I fCob Xui 11 District of mi iliHIll'iiililiiillJ!!! miii (I I lini lining I COiNWAY, ROCKFORD, QUAIL, Thursday, DISPUTANTA, Thursday, LEVEL GREEN, Friday, CLIMAXf Friday, PONGO, Saturday, LIVINGSTON, Saturday, ORLANDO, DUDLEY, Tuesday, Wednesday, John R. Alcorn (Mill), MULL1NS' STATION, Saturday, tt &x&x&j&x g s f3 Jl j ZW.1 r r. at r '7a UNDERfAKER Ti o a 89 r jl 9g rv i naaa i i "a I Brodhead - Kv ? B fi Wi J 30c COMPLETE LINE- -Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail- - ttt. raph or i' n I iiin v.. v... ra . r.m, .A.y,j Filled -.- ' :. ' J$ , ' t- - 1 Ij 2 ' a4aa&. yr$ExMtMM ISLaUi. - :.' ."' .c '- .,.:. ' .' . ti '- - - " . ' WTJ 1 J xjtOKMxM SOX!!' taf&KjtprH cUdcH k 21st 24th 3 ayWs?ln Til UM k mam L teiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BETNURlMJt LEVIS ATTCKNEYS AT LAW Ml VKRNON, RV. Will practice in all th courti. Office in Bethurum Building. CO. Willietms snmroBMBBw.aw aw r 3 MT VEhNON,KY Please meet and settle, as I must wind up my sheriff business by the first of the year. I want to have everything settled up when I turn the office over to my successor. All owing back taxes will please settle up in full. So please be governed accordingly and be prepared to settle, as you know the penalty and interest goon December 1st. All TAlCrl the County .j Vtt Oar lins of Coach CaketJ is anexeelhl Handmade 'offina fnrnishet. Harse aent to all parts tj CA9XORiA T 13 PADD for fletch: R'3 OF PICE. On ard. floor of Bank oi' Mt. Vernon, on" Church St. Special atten tion '.dven collections. 'pnonb 80 orders by Wire Promptly, Filled f&x$fr9P&yWv$tvit CAM MULLINS, W. A. Phone 94-S eox, Shcritf Rockcastle County. Ml. VERNON, KY W-w