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Mount Vernon signal: November 23, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917112301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 23, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY """ JSiMlil!MHii y F5fer ' 5T w v w- jSjls v2 !!lilll2ii 1! y 7 K$T., ESTABLISHFD 1887 . VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1917 NUMBER 9 matter with you Livingston folk HON. CHAS. FINDLEY OUT FOR JUDGE ROBSION FOR CONGRESS. or have your town removed from the Boone Way map just glike it en the map never appeared-bHire Brodhead and Cummins Station is off of it. and when Its My j our citizens get far enough with their patrioiism little Brodhead 1002 11th Mrs. Elizabeth Reuther, Standby St., N. W., Washington, D. C, writes: will send a delegation to Boone endorse Peruna as a splendid "I Way headquarters and get your medicine for catarrh and stomach for a ' trouble, from which I suffered sevname back on the map a:ain If I took it for several eral years. Cold. it was uot for your Electric Lights , months, found my health was re-stored and havs felt splendidly ever would the rest of the country since. I now take it when I coni.ave failed to see your 73. Mrs. Those who object to liquid meditract a cold, and it soon rids the syscines can procure Peruna Tablets. tem of any catarrhal tendencies." J. M. Owens and daughter, Miss accompanied Mrs. Ed Margie, IV v Owens to her heme in Cincinnati Q last week and remained there a ftw days Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Francisco and family, and Mrs-Betie Tharp, have moved to Kitts, Ky., wheie Mr. Franciso is employed by the Go'den Ash Coal Co. We regret to give up these 'good folks. - Uncle Phip Shivel is making regular trips to the passing of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Crab Orchard these days, and un and the approach winter. less the new Pensi n Law giving cfek soldier's widow $23. Oo a month the change in seasons comes a affects him there is liable to be two hearts that beat as one. Mr. Clothcraft change in clothes. pnd Mrs. J. J. Hummel are re Blue Serge Special for Men, or a joicing over the arrival of there first born, a baby girl. Mr. HumBischof Suit or Coat, at cut prices, if you need anything mel is a second Lieutenant at wil! add to your enjoyment day Camp Taylor, and was here only Hummel is Mrs. a few days and many others. Prescription Work a Sp'tialty with her father, I R. Storms. Bill Ballard, who has been a lab m orer on the Rail Rod section here for several vears, has taken i ' .aHsssflB fw charge, as foreman, of the Crab Orchard section, and has aioved there. Bill is a good his family rail road man, and we have no Mrs. doubt he will make igood. John D. Pike, of Lebanon June tion, has been with her father, F. Francisco, aad other rela tives here for the past few dav,s. Miss Jo Davis, of Mt. Vernon, may always be expected from was with Miss Viola Shelten first a squre dealer. We deal in week. Bill Blanton. who of the Square and every other es-- 3 B Jt RIWJ L is now numbered with the boys sential for Carprnter. And at Camp Taylor, was at home the Tools we sell are on thj over Sanday Owen Cass bought square, accurate, strongly tht old W. A Tyree property, tn:tde and of tha vury Ms! last near the old fair grouuds, and irj'Nt reliable matt-rials- . week for fSOO.oo. it" .k AH tnMtW supplied with all A veay enthusiastic meeting was necessary Tools. Alo, we held here the night of the 7th in it carry rneral Hardware interest of the Y. M. C. A. Profs Vtffiffi lines of the best qualities at Smith and Vaughn, of Berea, Sar IT mb the most satisfactory prices. and Corporal geant John Lair Arthur Dodd, of Camp Taylor, made interesting speeches, and IS Brodhead did her bit toward help Mr. and ing this great cause. Apply this rule to your clothes buying, and come to this store Mrs. Bronston Elder were here between trains Sunday a week for your clothes, and save while you spend. aeo. with her pareits, Mr. and Tyree and Mrs. J.R. Cass of others are at Gary, a number Mt. Ky , working for the United States jority. This is the home county of both these gentlemen Mr. Coal & Coke Co. R. H Hicks and Powers ought to know that when his home people are tired of him others will leave Monday night to it is high time for him to Jquit. He is in poor shape to ask other enlist there Early last Saturday, while a loaded freight train was counties to support him when his own county will not do so. We have made some investigation about bow :the people staad taking siding here a broken rail in the upper end of the Eleventh Congressional District and it is threw off the coal tender, and two generally conceded that Judge 1 Robsion will carry the counties of cars, one loaded with coke the We have information that Caleb Powers will seel: another nomi Laurel, McCreary, Whitley, Knox, Bell, Harlan, Clar and LUc by other with coal, the coke car u Well. George," said the presination for Congress in this district next year. In our opinion this big majorities, and he will also carry several counties in the lower striking the elevator of the Frith mill and tore away some of Bros.' is an unwise step on his part. He has already had four nominations end of the district. dent of the company to old .George, Bar- the foundation and knocked out and eight years in Congress, which is as long as he was kept in The Mountain Advocate, a strong and influential paper of jail The republicans of this district have amply vindicated him bourville. which has supported Mr. Powers in all his past races, is one corner of the building. Traffic goes it ? ff and themselves; they have discharged every duty they owe to him, now earnestly supporting Judge Robsion. The same is true of was tied up for several hours "Fair to middlin', sir," George answered as to the Republican Party, and to themselves. the Corbin Times, the Clay County (Clarion, the Pineville Citizen W. C. Hopkins sold four hogs the 'Me an he continued to curry the old horse The Whitley Republican ha always been one of Mr. Powers' and the Loudon Echo. In fact we do not know of a single repub- first of the week for 1 120. Mrs. said, '"has worked for this here hoss," George strongest friends and supporters. Whitley County has stood by lican newspaper, or any newspaper, in this end of the district that J. B. Frith was the guest ef her your lm sixteen years." him loyally for years, but we like thousands of other republicans in will support Mr. Powers. He seems to have lost most of his lead- brother, Logan McCall, at Stan "Well, well." said the president, "I suppose ford, last week. Mrs. W. A. Rob the district, feel that we have done enough for Mr. Powers, and we ing supporters, and thousands of his rank and file. you are both pretty well thought of," are worn out continually fallowing his directions. Mr. Powers While we have nothing but the kindest feelings for Mr Powers, ins and little daughter, of Corbin, "H'm,' said George, 'the both of us was ought not to ride his friends to death. He certainly ought to see we have this to say, if Judge Robsion ruus, and we think he will are with her parents, Mr. and took sick last week, and they got a doctor for respond to the call of the republicans, the Whitley Republican Mrs W. H. Sowder, here this the handwriting on the wall. the hoss, but they just docked my pay! " Prit-chetThe Whitley Republican feels that it has done enough for Mr. will do everything consistent with justtce and right to help him week. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie George oughtn't to complain. The comof Rowland, were visiting Powers and we think the most of the republicans in Whitley Coun- win, and we are willing to bet a niekle against a ginger cake that pany paid him each day for his work. They ty feels the same way about it We have made up our minds that he will win the nomination by the biggest majority received by relatives in the Hiatt section, The fed the horse every day for his work. Wednesday. Wallace Haggard, the best interests of the Eleventh Congressional District will be serv- any candidate in this district in twenty years. The district does of Red Jacket, W. Va . returned horse knew nothing and could do nothing but and re election, not belong to Mr. Powers, and it looks like he fought to see and to bis home after spending a few ed by our taking a stand against his cat his oats as they were given him. He had and we are compelled to labor for what we consider te be the best feel that it has done enough for him. By this cosamunicatioa we days here on account of the ser no way to prepare jor the future call upon him to get out of the way and give the Eleventh Dis ious illness of his mother. Mrs interests of the district and of the State. But it was ditferent with George. He had Mr. Powers has not been entirely .'without influence in Con trict a show. Whitley Republican. Advertisement. Haggard remains about the same. the advantage of.mind the advantage of laySquire W. B.Hopkins is in Har gress, but everybody knows ;tbat he Jnever has had, and never can ing away each day for sixteen years a little Ian county this week looking after have, as much influence as the congressman from this district should bit to take care of him when he was sick or tributing the paltry sum of $73. his coal interests there. The have. This is not Mr. Powers' fault; it is his misfortune, and the B laid off. Now isn't that funny? Brodhead, 1917 crop of tobacco promises to Eleventh Congressional District, and the people composing it, has We have a problem that we a mere dot on some of the maps, be a record breaker so far as price is concerned and dealers are of suffered uncomplainingly because of his known misfortune until the feel perhaps that our Livingston and on the much talked of BoOtte-- 1 f ering as much as twenty-sevedebt it owed to Caleb Powers should be 'J ully paid. That debt has friend with the aid of his old way map tt does not appeaeVat! cents for tba weed and pay the been fully satisfied, and we must now advocate the nomination and algebra, the book used by him all, contributed $3s0 00. Even expense of marketing it. More KY. election of another man whom we think is well qualified to fill the in his boyhood days, the one he our school faculty and dss been paid at this place this season, position used to calculate our age several donated $80.oo, ,and a big town and there win b mor te market The republicans of Whitley County, without regard to faction, months ago, can solve, and that witn niectnc ugnts, a News pa-- J before the season closes. Car are urging Judge J. M. Robsion, of Barbourville, to make the race problem is "why did that good per and a man in it with an after ear haa been shipped and against Mr. Powers, and if there is anything in what the leaders town of Livingston fall down on ALGEBRA education, yes aad a!tne frmer iing this sort of W. H.COMTONGIM, J. C GRIFFIN, and voters in all factions in the county are saying. Judge Robsion ber contributions toward help-wil- l Bank, coming up with seventy- - grain have full pockets. Allen ,. , v.. mnaA m! ent President fau ,, clean up in Whi'ley County. Mr. Powers' friends admit that iag to maintain an Army Y. M. three dollars, Explain yourself property rseenlly purchased from CM. THOMPSON, Cashier Judge Robsion will earry Knox county byan overwhelmingly ma- - C. A.'1? The whole town con old sport tell ue what is the Dr. W. F. Carter. e Suffered Years. Several PERUNA MADE ME WELL i 7 -- I' - i El Jf A Time to Rejoice KHKK$BKHIi5K a R.H. rvllLLER t LEADING DRUGGIST Thanksgiving marks autumn et s With A I CALL ION US that i a in the drug line PHON 39 0 A . Square Deal ef ' SUTTON & McBEE THE CLOTHIERS "ONE DOLLAR SAVED ONE DOLLAR EARNED' 2Tn Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House This Difference "how t, R OD H EAD n The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, i pupil,tbn,uw. ' CAPITAL 15,000 00 Vice-Presid- :.CT3 ON PAPER HT.vEBNON J siGNALijrn.Tr.rai'fitBKTiliQ ' -- L KK DAY, NoV. 23. 1917 Lexington ami Mal.mv 'over the L. dr. F. division, with .. UlilllJ IllnJ I rjFTC lU headquarters ... I at W iuehester. evtry Ftiday by John Mounee, of Livingston, is signal lineman on this divi.-io- ii X VKAk ft'Olef L N. He and his brother Louisville Newspaper Lannchce FMCKIPTIOM Plan to Pld Santa Claus Charlie are making good. Both tirst line 1 o Boys in Khaki Advertising tatti MM knoun.n these boys got their in workintr for the home application Sai:ta Cu.u.-- c is o.ug to "di LiJJ . ... c t ewplc el Uuca CUSUt. his hit." He is formally pledged MKV.HKK OF to help win the war by distribut-nThe VA irchester Daily Demo KENTUCKY PRC88 ASSOCIATION' good cheer and gifts on crat says: "The Boone Way Chri-tma- s eve among the soldiers rerouted from Kentucky, Indiana and has been recently from Richmond to Boonesboro Illiuois stationed at Camp ZachBef the Otter Creek pike, of ary In lor in Louisville. Otfic al which the northern end, from couniz.i:;cc of his enlistment has Shearer was completed a short been taken by Maj. Gen. Harry time since by the construction of C. Hale commanding officer of c oko-o-o-o-o-c-o-oa tirst class waeadauized highthe big eau,. at the falls ci tau way. wAYSIOiflOTES 2 Tho old roite was, from Kich-inon- tie liivef. of which The Cuerier-Joeroavia Lexingtou pike to Fox-towVtaMera-is aditor, has aud tbeoiMt wrer Winches- ileu: to m t as aania laus AtoK LIMIT ELIMINATED. ter road. The new rente is in voleatscred m khaki to that portion of ile Girls and Boys, natives of old good condition, in fact a big imNational Arm loeatd at tie K"( kcastle, now located else- provement over the old. oaatoaraent and h.s Write, where ou our Globe Winchester Louisville Travelers from every officer d v of your leaving home and j;i .uj other points are using the given pledge that and private, numbering ovei Cuouty, atwre you are located new routing .and pronounce it i, u f ' r 30,000 men, will receive a gift . The Signal fine." Gen. Hale has accepted the gu r in U.11 a to hear erous offer and promised co-oi ij .n.e Way in Tribble Bryant, telegraph op- eration in making the Christmas i, 11 Prai BlJg., A Inchester, erator, of llockcastle. is doing celebration a noteworthy and unK the "hello" act over L. & a. usual event in military history. ;..one at Flannagan depot a few The Mt. Vernon Signal has U r. Rtid i; Mailing, dies M.i.th of Winchester, and united with the Coerier-Journa- l so jaiuiu a id I k Rtcbmoi hiving nun OS the side. (Out- and the other leading metropoli 1. Utia : j r j t i tjr new Bool side their fu.ee). tan and rsral newspaper of the tf. to V'lnchtster Sandaj three States in the movement and TL y veru welcome caller ; The Kentucky Federal aid will work for a splendid repre::;ce ul the vi it r. Tl th rtvds, is , for sentation of this community in family had l urm ivcchlli for the year 1911 the effort to remiad the gallant fruiu a delightful auto trip t ons of three States that the FoBBtaia lb ad, lnn vi.i L uh talks "back home" .are thinking Following; is a portion of an vii.o hiid Mum moth Cave. f tl em. on the Mountain Man, Mis--s The plans provide .for a mam- in Cbtcaai Tribune: Rose klcCurd is not oabi oth Christmas Tree is front el locking steer school of tli "And yet there is a film.ver at BOB regimental 4beadjuurl.-rBoBStteiws bui is having SOSQi xipul.ir just BOW, tint confuse amp Eschars Taylor ,on Christ th- pn i ftioii m in 01 high hem with the "poor whites.' ami bridge buildi' g in tl' othing could be more ab urb :ns eve. Friends and relative :is 4 men MalteaSd at the camp are Wiotcii. K lucky locality. u e "p or whites" were rged t send their gifts by mail islened ty their black Beffth r txprss in care of "Santa MatUaJoees, of Wildie, wis )Ors, whereas the monntaineerr Courier has bee a raised L. & N en; S.sOo.noo rarely see a mgro laBs, 84th Division, cc f some years was in V. in )n hist beholding one a moun 'ournal, .Louisville, sir." Pack ahou'.d b; forwarded early. cfaester i Lem days sii:i- - eccom! air. giil elied at the top of hei paniad by I. A. Morrison "Godammighty! th unrs, The ix'reme care nuist be tken to rite plainly the name, coiapan.y now saperiutendeat wbtae bead boogie man! " Poor whites an iid regiment of the mas for quarter. BJ at Paiis. h generate; net incapable of but a low class origi vhom the gift is intended. Ai Mauling rails is an rSWJ jut iallv and still low. The moun immense wareroum in a fireproel compared lo writing and ai.swer aiaeera come of good stock building has beoa engaged for ing latleta, or a! least it apjoarr-8- Sidetracked, neglected, and here he sto 'age of gifts prior to plac-nthsm ou the trees in the ease of many Deopb .nd there pretty barbarous, they If any officer or privets has who it appears to be a worst nave immense hardihood, many job tliat. having a big j.w tooth ubei b traits of character, and ecewed no gift just before pulled by a blacksmith with ilepitS a distressing lack of edu- - hritmas, presents .will be sup- ' l:i)!'i' UrtlKS '' It BOSBCSI to Bttion, a remarkable intelligence phed for him by this modern f- m. vtnta Clan- - of the quill anc writing a .); generate! Imagine degenerate hears A fun? ;er this psHposc oakiag Lhtir own viodns, thti Positions in iftber states prcf ,wn rifle-- ! Im.giuc d generate.- - s BoW bsi.ig rai&ed by the Gon fered tin- Bouee Way Man, ia .taking tlieir own larnitare will irrJonraal and eoutribation He dcairaa t aaca declined. ut nails or 'glee! imagine de o it should be addressed in the aae manner as though other r main anifa his people of tic reiurates with a militarj lecorc ifis ere sent. mountain?; where he hos (pent .ecoi d to none! Oe he after mn before ChiLst- the jwst forty ytars of his df It is high time America b ba ia ;:t Ih.e rir.ish when :an to appreciate its mountaia and to ns each rsSjisMBlal tree ill be the grt;t bighwav is ooaipletcd is Not all f them lire in iecorate 1 and wired for elsctrie The girts will br the CuinJtrlai.ds. thru og cibins Relatively few live llumiuatioa one room log cahins If moon mng :u plac uader tke jeint One of Winchester's restaur UliniBg thrives, there are rea- taper Uiofl sf the sewspepei aaaa h.:s cut down its buite sons, mainly economic As foi ftiui Cmes stid the officers o porti,n furnisht its patflMaa N u s, they ar dyinout. Ki-:e- he84h Divisien Shortly after : qtitiitiiy tliat it ' lnk trer man i? each regimeat ia1 in Ciay Count), Kentucky lnr.ilv Baficient to choke a 11 k.id "bloody Breithiit," the. till aseemble before his regi if one of li" iaaecti sh.ml swal uentaltrte. The lights will be vere never extensve Through law it a1, one Blp. in fart, som lrtiid ou. th- - heads rill play ut whole iregiona improve men say, it is not more than hail t's noticeable in many forms bt jnd every soldier at Camp Zach forward as eiiut to gretse one hinge of a Lor housing, better roads, bettei ry Taylo" wi.l of iptHadea. wut to find .is nam is called pair arming, better schools nor U hat Santa Clans has not forgot- his entirelv due 10 the ini'iatrff A pla;n gr .i no monumoLt, of of benevoient outsiders. The en him. s ze, mirks th BnpretradUaa; iiountaiu prcblem is hj no mtan.- last resting j. iace, in Wiuchestei ins ;luble. Sooner or later Ap cv iiukry, of one of Kentucky alachia will move out of the gifted sons, who spent man. eighteenth eeatarr an into thyiars of his useful and eventful twentieth, p.td the day!' life in New York in new-papwork. The marker bears the Siate of Ohio, City or Toledo, "Thfollowing insenption: Lucas County, ss. Plain Poet of the People, W. J. Frank J. Cbei.oy makes oatl Mr. 19i7." Lampion, 1851 that he is sruior partuer of the t friend Lampton was I tirm of F. J. Cheney 8c o., dotea f th Lamp Cll of the mountains and was ever a ousiness m the City of Toledo. its citizens. He leni County and est. it lewder tf Saves Eyes it; aforesa-d- . and aid and influei.ee in the estab that said fi tn wib pa the sum Natblnf is TBore inportamt in th h&hn.ent of Bo ne Way and gooc of ONE iHUNDHKH DOLLAR.-fo-r his by eetUaf the oil that bums clear ani cSaaa without a flicker roacs iu t;.e CumLerlands. down to the last drop, reumyl Tenia each and evcrycaseof Catanh crude oU reflaed ts perfectium. Ocwta be bei tSaaa the lafprloi that cannot oe cured by the use Ur. tt wajem oUi aavaa MONET aarts WORK MTti eyea. Met two baja from Owsley of Hali's Catarrh .Niedicfne. Frank Yonr iciat fias SOLtTE 6JL ta way to j in tin J. Cheney. barrels dlreet frnm eur warka. county on their navy ai.d aviation corps. They Sworn to before me and subChas. C. Stoll Oil Ce. nifeiitioned tha'. Hew George Wat scribed in my presence, this 6ih LexiRstn, Ky. aap, late of Ilk Vernon, as get day of December, A. ;D. 1886. aTwarrea, r. We .; tha eatebfatee "No Carbting along nictly in his work in A. W. .Gleason, Samoa. Bootievi'le and Owsley county, Notary Public. (Seal) to winch point he was sent by Catarrh Medicine is Hall's the bjraad from Mt. Vfcrnon. taken internally and acts 'through FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Blood on the Mucous Surfaces the As a gentle rule all you need Herman ( Chuck ) Frith of o do b to adopt a diet suited to of the System. Stnd for testi ajrt anadL a mingling with the our age nnd ccupati o and to raoniali, frte. oil men in Winchester last e.p your bowel? regular. Wheu F.J. Cheaef ft Ce.,Teledo,. you fel that yon have eaten to Sold by all druggists. 75c. constipUion1 much and wh-- n Family Piiis for Hall's take one of Chamberlai q's Tsb Charlie Mounce, cf Livm lets. is lineman for the L- & N u e- i BDGAA S ALBRIGHT. For livery Soldier at Camp Zachary Taylor t g -p I d l, n - KROT. ftaiTlLL i By Rosa Ctw-- , Jailga Riddle witlx Mr. Benton w. --s Langfcrd School. Fielder put as much vigor into The great European war be the canvas in this county that instead of $i,oOo. the county gan July 1914. had stands p'edged for $i,3oO. But We all know that Germany been expecting aud preparing this advance is not confined to to these counties alone others for this war for many years. It seems as though Germam follow willingly. Madison county for instance and Austria bad been planning gives $9,ooo. luslrad of the $$ 00Q, ter some.iuu to happen ia oraer called for. Of this amount Rich to start trouble. Gocdies! But the uuestion as to what mend and Vicinity, Kirks ville. m the should cause the war was no Redhouse. Union City, and other jQ-- . '.js that neighborhoods brought in $5,o00. longer when Archduke Francis Ferdinand was assassinated by The County Chairman, Mr. raised nearly Serbian Zealots June 28, I9U, in Thomas Humam Austria. f i.oOO. by personal solicitations. flnfty. The Kaiser and his war sfficers Berea with the churches, Gilead, WM t'.' ':&, cn's. biscuits 2nd held a secret war council July The Glades, White .Station, Nari'.-- t ! :qj ep yea harming 'V.; 5th and decided in favor of war row Gap and Harts made up the tlie pa.r After this the Kaiser went ti asm ef $4,WoM. r'l r:.;!j with Sfor way pretending to kafe gone The patriotic spirit is surely L -- . h t his war alive in these counties and ready on a fishing trip and ;S IfMaWwLdtail fcT- officers attend to his business. d ?... ski BO?T: i x to respond to the privilege of rvri-uall this time he was Bat promoting the welfare of the r.s Liest ' ' TIRST PRIZE AT COUN TY SCHOOL f AIR Y. ML C. A. rJt fi?ti" Lw & I1 w -M . - j BUY THIS LOT I will offer1 for sale to the freut deer iSjhsal bidder at th A the Court House on Monday November -- bth, 1U17, belween the hours of 10 a. in. and 2 p. n. one of the best building lots "11 Mt. Vernon. 'This lot is di- 0e ilSsi rectly owemaltl Ills Grided School n 1 is 9o x Itlo, facing 9 Richmond jrrVTi 1011. .Street "ri-"- i ; feet tn and Dixie -"-o- n ' Let i'l do-i- rj V'er- J m 1 yyM1 ysmki L k it over and be ready to buy. Teimscash. W. H. FISH. - ni-e-I- -t Colds Relieved Without Dosing If you have tried "Internal" medicine without success, we want yu to try tha Vick'a "External" treatment Salve. Apuly bet wt Wwala ever te vpea tbe taa tba tbroat aad rmb Viek'a ia well asS mam witk a wartu flannel eloth. The t odj warmth releases Sealing rapon that are inhaled with each breath and. in addition, Viek'a ia absorbed through the pore. 25e, 50e, or $1.00. IZNUtNE MAS TH3 TRADE mAfK 'Vaj-0-Bab- ;u-"-- t 1 V-.u.- iJ . fg " ebt r, :-- fl i..-:- , with by wireless. Lords bis war boys la the army. ecoron'nl it fctael Try dr! ra aaam bat.-- .- 'v . i 11 p . ! : Aus;ria was left to do as tht German war officers directed. Austria sent ultimatum to Serbia with which Serbia would not comply aud at last Austria without giving Serbia time tt come to terms declared war in self defense. Serbia is a slav eountry and Russia has long been her guardian. Germany knew that Russia ould at sometime enter the war. She was a little to slow about it for Germany. So Ger many declared war against Russia at once. England and France declared war against Germany Aug. 12, THE FINAL ROUND UP. Through the couitesy of Mr. Thomas the Richmond Chamber of Commerce became the jtempo-rarheadquaiters of the Y. M.C A. on Mouday afternoon. Here y faiHna." yc-- i ivi . aasn Voa save when yea ue it. C:!u"iPt contains onlv such insredienta a have been apprpved o". iaily by the U. S. roxi Authcri.i s. I oaj Croup Virif'C Pneumonid f ILIVJ VSpoB' and L CAT VT ytMlel L HIGHEST swarS ST Tii-I jU-- 7MO . TiIt ..!.' Tt ' o 4 assembled men from over the districts for the final report. These with the Richmond contingent mude an enthusiastic-gathering- . ; 11 zssp (HA ' life? Doing businen without advertising in this paper u like eying to unlock your barn door with your wife, hatpin. xV - 1 -- . . . : After totaling up the results all adjourned to the Baptist church where Jthe ladies served a m F 1 1 - I' A ' r, You'egol the wrong key. Arlvaruaag is the key to trie horn el plenty. 1 most enjoyable and bountiful r-- , :o-iel- e put-iabe- d s e - i 1 .s Here the Richmond team made their final report to Mr. Thomas their leader. This gathering was nota1914. ble for the loyal and hearty inOne of the most uepardonabk terests, the spirit of unselfish actB of Germany, if she is re devotion to this great cause maniwholly responsible for the war, is fest on the part of each. joining herself with Turkey, oae Mr. Burnanc, the chairman, of the most barbarous nations of turned the meeting ever to Prof. the world. Turkey has disgraced the old Clark who read a most interestbible lands by being so cruel to ing telegram from John R. Mott, over the the civilized aim christian pee stating that the excess aatoBBt asked for would be used pie Aug. 1, 1914 Germany her troop? infci Helgi'itr, vj.. !at behind tha battle line in Italy. ing )the laws of eutrlity ia Dr. Telford, President Coatf, Dr Green, al Richmond, eaoh this little coaatrr. mads pertinent aad pi et re EnLsd p'Jo' Praaos protested Against this tio'.tieu and this market. Mr. dentry, of Mt Ver non. tnlj hiw bis visit la Camp brought them into tie war. Fayl r hd so gripped him that The Germa-.- s mreed their wa hrough Belgiam, captured Brus he, physically unfit !'er mi'itary sels. and left tht King and service, had offersd hiautelf for Y. M. C. A. work with the army. Queen without a kingdom. loses a lawver For several months the on Thus Rockcastle lorking world was fooled by and the boys will gain another s-nt repast to about fifty men. ,riiidEa CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP. Mrs Rose Middleton, of Green ville, 111., has had experience in in the treatment of this disease. She says, fn 1. 1O0 M mw We want to put you at the big end ei the horn. ad. your purw. Our ratae fit Our publicity brings the money to your door. were small mv son had croup frequently. Chamteriaiu's Ceuirh Remedy always broke up these atacks immediately, and 1 have never been without it in the 1 have taken it mys- If house for coughs and colds with good - 'When ra children f Used 40 Years J results." .. - .. u putt-n- the Y. M. C, A. work sjee$Dec-- r 4a. T J C. C. ATTO MT . eJosKacffiDr? LAW - Williams iN'KY-A- w VEKNON.KY tf OFFICE. fl v On 2rd.lloor B.ink of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten- - S of. The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere tion given collections. S Q g 0 'pnoxk 80 SMMMMMft 1 s -- - tations sympathetic friend. By formal vete the present ormd accepted he elaijis tint this w6 a war of expense Out bow ganization was ma ie permanent he perfidy of '.he German eane o wdl the lth district be ready has been so fully expose tria' iga'n to respond to other calls Bafarmed no one rxcept the ts th.-- need may arise. Kentucky Kaisetis s take any part in it. las surely shown herself ready June 1qD ' ry.m r signed as o do her part. seen far of state at he fearer jermany't a.isreprf-s-- i 1 1ft! 1 1 erj.31 ii e- - f 14 1 I v i 1 11 President Wil ons notes were ic severe aud would cause war ths Un.tei St'es and Gerunuy pl i I be unitvu Mates w.-rsiting fo m1 to tee ai law at la- -t decLrwi orotesed 1 as e 1 -- that every American sot pb d esscl th t the war zone wouki be oaptarsd o utk. inis was ta? cause er 'ne 'Jnitwd States ar against Germany on Apri! 5, em-re- ad Gereij With splendid generosity Ken ueky sends thih .ar fund cler! tcross the line, exceeding in hei gifts by nearly one third the 4oo,0oo. asked hr to push the Y. M.C. A work in the camps t t'--;. court and on the battle BUSHEL Corn 2,000 BUSH ELS Irish P ocacoe: f A 1 - er - con-si-ten- I f tl - !eader?hip of Professor F. O. Clark of Berea, the 14th district, conipiomising Madison, Lee, Hstill, Rockcastle, Jackson and Owsley counties, as will to the :- 'r( mm:: g r.l - SSl wits ?lu -aWaders in this glumms race lor We Jare working and waiting supremacy iu carrying for the with iuterest to see what the reneeds of the bo.s in khaki - A:--a sult will be. result of the energetic efforts But our dearest wish is that of a commitie having this our coustry will be victorious. t vas in clmre tie I4lh XJo. asJetad returned about $r8, M.R! P O bYUJflELl. TKLLS of the $io 0O0. ased for HOW HE tBKKD HiiK SON ROCKCASTLE IN THE LEAD. OF A COUi). This mountain county not "Whan my son Kllis was sick county among the richest of the with a eold last winter I gave aim Cbauberlaia's Cenub Rem- blue grass states was counted edy It helped hiaa ar once and upon for about $50o,0o. Instead eame across quickly tree op hia oeld," of that she with fi.sOo. in most re handsomely writes Mr9 P. O. Stnehell, Hoof two of mer City. Pa. This remedy has spoHse to the appeals been in use for many years. Its her sons in khaki to the people good qualities have been folly at home to stand by the boys in proven by many thousands of the ranks by financing the Y. M. people. It is pleasant and safe C A. work. Active with Mr. Vaughn of Berea were Mr. Gento take. try, the County Attorney, and Mr. U G. Baker who helped push the work with notable results. For Infants and Children I9I7 Vt Europe, in the huts narked by the red triangle that .dves first aid to the meu from the fetiches exhausted with the strenuous days under fire. Ui der the able and un iri ng fror,- of 1 admit that (Jernr. 3 is doing most of .he destruction r:ow, but she will never hare the pleasure of ruling the world as she was lookin? forward to when h i.rsi . n end Utc Wr. e will Sweet Potatoes 500 BUSHELS 1000 BUSHE BEANS di-f.ic- In fact I want everything in the way of PRODUCE and all you have to sell CASTOR ma ef IA In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears - &&&& CASTORIA Olilldren Ory FOR FLETCHEri a TfVlMUL passf Highest CASH PRICES Paid T. "itgB. - 1 :; ifw' aa be;- MT. VERNON, KY. 3PJD3iD PRINT MT.VLRNON SIGNAL 23, 19:7 Mt. Vkrnon Ky.Nov. 79 . v Men up ' No. 7 fV y r t t C v n hi ni- - 7 J? wlthSIDNAL Warren's Cnl, the place to go d to eat. get coniclhiiig Special for next week, fiesh ovstors, cranberries, celery and fresh meat. Dr. M. K. Pennington. Dentist, will rv at the Rockcastle Hotel Monday Deo. yd. Me will only 3 1 I LOU.SVi.LE A NSHVILLC R R Co. tklSf fi viH TABLE. $-- 5 ! uot.u nor' P '. 24 3:56 a 11:43 M son'.i Wat 1 -. 12:13 AXDK ITJI feu days If you need dental wurk see him tarly in the week. I B. Noe. who bought theP.H Shutts farm some three or four years ago fur about $0,000, sold m day this week the same place m to an 'ist Kentucky inan for 12 000, a pretty n.ce p:odt in less in than fit e i e.us le there a o-.- 2 Thle ki a t ross mane n. ni"m (loZ'.'ii iwratera, Monday of I -"' !' .mo.:, Kj don'ti wriat-Uts- . 4 duxes scai s im.i .. '.: r. IMS 4 do,"ii and 10 pairs socks ThbiKUOWa Miat tile good wotn-.AL ' KK are dMnE thrir part. There h;is gone will ie no iei up on the koittiujf Atty. Ashley o ntilJsn. ist. by which tune it Id Bell e rssty. J.iim Ntaak will lri'.ve Sii.id.u is hoped to have the final ship f.e ( !io to Vm k in a tr.u i i D iijoiit i'a v j;: mt. SUNDAY SERVICES t . I. A : n Ai:i'Tlt. ! v- - v 3 4 whether you are getting merchandise or junk You can find both 5 kinds But 6 Don f Waste Food DON'T WASTE MONEY first-class -- Buy it with thought Cook it with care, Serve just enough, Save what will keep, Eat what would spoil, Home grown is best. 1 Buy it with thought, Examine with care, 3 Consider well at this time 2 1 : mTI . :;v : ; ..'ne j- - rn-- r-- - 11..: a- - 'm iv. ort 1 fcu h :w ly McFariand Memorial Church WEAR I j at Liv- Kentucky, Will conduct regular THE CASH STORE 11. and moved to his farm preaching services at McFarland ing rear Ktawford. Memorial Church next Sunday, Mr l'aul Brtttsi was called to Nov. 25U1. in the morning at it Indi:m:ip !is V'onda on areoiint o'clock, and in the evening at WE SEIL WE SELl of the serious iliness of her 7:30 Sabbath School and Chrisnice lire P ander. tian Kudeuvor will hold services afiaed to bh at the usu;.l hours at Langdon H. Pish li Memorial School uultl further ir. 111 . iiji day tf last Veitii-.-vith a notice. unt last ij leu; in liis head. a .c hnast Mr. Richard C. Pai terpen, of In E887 S. l! Praakftn visited hi- - wife Oil City, Penn and Mr,. M'ssou'i insoii ilnspil A, Berea. FfasMprr. wi.i w of the late S. B at m e'M ' Betoniay a:id 5at.il ; returned LtaeMey, married L.s: eight iny tn, where at th home cf Rev H. T Yor.ng, Council of hostr itj .v.tyitf EZZXZ TVJ ri-i- te hi mother he Mr V ed. on N f ember 14th, at the the officiating uai. National Defense K Re. Ponder filltd Jhia regular is Pjtteison and Mrs kamse? had A r. C K. Carmir.tl who home of her brothers', J. N. The Rockcastle Council of De- appointment at Cave Ridge. nov at Use benne f his daugh not seen each other until, the Vanhook, Mrs. Mary Klam, aged Bessie, Minnie and Ola Durham is in groom, arrived in Mt Vernon on 79. Her remains were laid 4o rest fense eraeS everybody who con SW. ''. s SK'v'" Carjviuer, were guests of Mbs Bhln The in Maretburg Cemetery. efteruooa. nvrery eerfces cuttdttin. He his 22 jresteedsy Mrs. templates farming next year to Daugherty Sunday and attended been 0: declining health for sev groom has four hildren and ths Bessie B thurum Ins ben sick map out their crops now ; make church at Cave Kidge. - Linnlle They lave not de erysipelas erfrtt three. . a. months Married. a t Rev Noe's preparation for eirly plowing and ct whether they will aear Freedom, un day of last get cleaning tip and fencing done Allen has moved his family from Jed a foh Peerl Land rum took hi Livingston to this place. Uucle week tny in Mt Vernon or o to Oil reek. If tse Lora Sams and Mr. early; figure out the fertilizer Alex McDaniel last tin;. JeJCaeeirntion and wife and Thomas Hnyes, both of this neigh question; get farming implements whic-i- ; him u .!itv, to make tiuir lump. soancient Elijah McDaniel aud fa wily of and Mrs shaped up during the winter days: orhod Mis. Prt-ncthe i;iniv of a First Class U. sthis place have moved to Berea, iriwi.Js in this make old ones over, as all imple Apprentice. Jihi do s I will offer fot sale to the da Owens and Wm. Angel has moved to ments will be soiree and high ;: t know where he will be ki lighest bidder at the front door jirg Sunday between trains. the place vacated b? Mr. McDan-Mrs. Flora Hasty has moved to priced next spring. There is no il. lie expects to iit 1. iiiit of the court hou-- e in Mt. Vor reason why we should loaf this iel. Mrs. Bert Mulhns and ext outh. non Qbetweea lo a m. and 2 p. the Booth Purcel place on the old children spent Saturday and Cuny Atty. E R. Gentry. m. Mondav Nv. 26th one lot 48 tate road. Virgil Hunt having winter. You will notice that the Sunday with her parents Mr.j DECEMBER soldiers will c'riU right on all s Dec. 1st for Camp Taylor x 140 ft. in the Bethurnm 4 bought the property vacated and Mis. Jones Durham Messrs winter, so we must dig trenckes Hastv, has mevedto same. to begin "eork is a Y. ftl. C. A Lewie Addition to the town of Medlock and Eversole of Bond focreiary. Mr. Gentry has been Mt. Vernon This lot fronts 48 B. H. Wilmolt and family are now and drill at hem if we keep were calling on the Merchants TO DO Bert abieast of the times. in the ft. on Richmond street and Dixie residents of Maretsburg. I rv muih interested of this place last week. Mr. and : The pledge card signing is Y M. C. A work for sometime. Highway and I4O ft on Tevis Owens and family have moved to os slowly. Some teachers Mrs. Abe Griffin spent Snniay He 11 is k to be newt to Franee street, with an alley leading place vacated by T.B.Dillingham, have not reported at all; one has with Mr. and Mrs. jJoel English. but no promise was made him that from Tevis strt-et- , and is a very Spiro merchant, and Sam Rooerts , nearly of Crrffse. Mr.W. B Hamilton,!, reported that his equ-- st o ul J be granted, as he desirable building lot If you need dental work arrange to Terms now occupies the Owen-- property every family he visited tn hu district and all of Bond, representing the Strat-- L T McCall and wife, and J. B. to take his turn No made known on day of sale. would ha toe & Sterstegge hardware Co , Frith and wife, of Brodhead, refused to sign the pledge card. see him early in the week of Dec. 3rd one who knows Mr. Ger.tiv will P. H. CONOVER was calling on the merchants of visited their mother, Mrs. McCall, Some of our people are either (Us'i( n for a moment his fituei-day age. L. D. this plae a A very enthusiastic meeting Sunday. H Mrs. Lou Purcel and ery ignorant, selfish or German for the place. Lewis returned to Hamilton, f the Red Cross was held at the son, sympathizers. Education i'ill 53 Fred, of Pacific, Mo., are r.'ajor Sargeant Chester H&dib home of Atty. C. C. Williams Ohio, where he has been at with her mother, Mrs. Helen partly right the Irst two fion son of Mr. find Mrs. John Harnw Wednesday night. The object of ditions. The third chs needs work for some time. Estill Mul i al hem for a short visit Sar the meeting was for reorganisa Griffin. watching and Uncle Sam will lins bought a small tract of land Dr. M. K. Pennington, Dentist, gcint Han u enlisted three years ikm which should have been have his eye on that class of peo- from J. H. Roberts and J. H. private and has rapid deue October 1st., when the Fis will be at the Rockcastle Hotel ple. I want as ao the workers in the Roberts bought a small tract m He will only ly rose to the position be now cal year of that organisation be Monday Dec. 3rd pledge-carcampaign to roake a from J. M Roberts. C. j5. Mnl-lin- s be there a few days. If you expects to go to gins holds He 1 he is in the western part of the same omcera no id list of all housekeepers who refuse France soon. Like all ;he other erer and the deeire is to hare need dental work done see him to sign cards, and when they feel county this week. ej" he is very enthusiastic one thousand mem Wars by Jan early in the week. boys sure tnat they are not going to said: ''When 1st. Pay your dollar to day don't about g )ing change their minds, turn this list Bank Statement. Red Cross the American boys get thre and wait until tomorrow, and above over to Miss Mary Bradley, chairmake a dash for the Kaiser, it all don't wait for some one to Hl you can't come along, come man, Mt. Veraon Rsprt of the cnndiiion ( Ths Citiacross'' is the Red Cross slo will bs a hard matter to st op come to you and tell you yeur zens Bank, doing business at the town We ask every worker to take f Brodhead, County of Rockcnstle, them until they rsach Berlin." duty. If you are for America gan for the Rockcastle Chapter. the best of care of all pledge-cardStats of Kentucky, at the close of busiThe fiscal year ended with Octo not signed, also He certainly looks and acts the and the American boys show it kitchen and win- ness on 17th day of NoTember, 1917. ber 31st, and all old members owp dow part of a real soldier. by your acts and deeds. Noth cards in their possession, as KKSOURCKS : Collectors will many more will be LOCAL. ing means as much to the wound-t- dues for 19 18. $ 76,495. 10 needed before Loans and Discount wait on you within the next week. the campaign is oyer, secured and un- soldier as the care and moth for people Overdrafts, 460.20 Thoe who have paid in full rly comfort which comes to him Come across. f II TV.(i here in the United States must btckg, Bonds and other for their L'berty Bonds can ge; from Our headquarters, on Main say so if they are for America and the noble Red Cross nurses 500.00 Securities same by calling at Bank of Mt. street, will be equipped with a Liberty. 28,048 02 Die from Banks Leave your dollar with F. L.jDur Vernon. 2,975.57 Cash on hand ham, secretary 'or with Mrs. stove this weelf. The Chapter M. Pknnington, Chairman. Banking House, Furniture M. K. Penniugion, Dvintist, Browa at the post office, get your will have two or three afternoon Dr. 4,000.00 Tixtura will be at Jthe Rockcastle Hotel Red Cross button asd wear it meetings each week. Knitting Other Assets not included uuder any of above Monday Dec. 3rd. He will onlv thereby showit gto the world that will goon until the first of the New Minister at Mctarland 846 92 heads, Expenses paid . Memorial Church vou you have a part in this great year. A new stock of yarn is exbe there a few .days. If 8113,314.81 Mt. Vernon has a new resident need Jdental work done see bin: struggle for liberty and freedom. pected by December 1st; don't A HI lose your knitting needles. I.I in the person of the Key. Frank early in the week. li ties: Ordiaarily ose would think A movement is on foot to organ- E. Moore, who is under engage- Capital Stock paid in, in J. M. Craig and Bogue Brown that Rockcastle does not produce 15,000 00 cash ize a first aid training class next ment for second and fourth Sarplus Fund 1,800.00 afur tradind once or twice, have a very large quantity of live stock. week. AsS Mrs. Brown, at the Sundays theeach of month with the Uiidirided Profits, less exout their Garrard County But when we take the record for closed 3,705 30 penses and taxes paid postoffice. McFarland Memorial congregaholdings of real estate and their it and find that one man in the Deposits subject The headqiarters in friends wdl be glad toknow tint last ten months has sought and want hospital garments;Francf tion. Mr. Moore is not a stranger, tocheck ONE SHOW A vVEFK. our having served as pastor for fire Time Deposit... $81,625 40 , 92'8W'51 11,184.11 up about $3 5CK1 paid for about they cleaned work; can't we years in $90,000 worth of women want to Owing to the increased coat on Louisville, 1900-I90and $ 113,314.81 each on the two or three deals lire stock and he did net get it all have a few hundred garments Moviug Picture Theatres, by 1905-191as Synodical They first bought a part of the by a big lot, we see that Rock- ready by January 1st? I think st ATa or Kbktyckv. ( t war tax, we are compelled to cut County of Rockcastle, this Chapter will try, and if their Dave Thompson farm. K'lfecastle is producieg a very good men will furnish th material, the Mr. Moore plans to giye Lon- - We, R. H. Kunm and A. VI. HUtt. 'feiaEaty1 our shows down to one show pt r President and Cashier of the above There has been shipped from bunch of cattle, hogs, sheep, etc job is just the same as done. don and Richmond each week, which will be every Br.)dhead since August, 23 cars J. M. Craig is the geutleman re box of knitted timei with occasional services at named Bank, do solemnly swear that The sixty-pounnight. Adults admission the above statement is true to the best of buck wheat, which averaged ferred to. Counting everything, goods shipped Monday shews that Livingston, but Mt. Vernon is to of our knowldge and belief. is 13c and tax J, ticket 1. so. about I 500 bushels to the car snd he alone has uaid to the farmers tn Rockcastle Red Cross Chapter be his home. Childreu 9c. tax 1, ticket 10c. R. H. Hamm, President, brought in will work. in round numbers A. hf. Hiatt. Cashier. Ninety per cent over $150,000.00 in 19 17. If we a graduate of Lane TheoHe is about $50,000. Geo Owens, Subscribed snd sworn to hefore me UNDERTAKER Some people think that Buck- logical Seminary, Cincinnati, O.. of this wheat was raised by the had a few more Joe Mat Craigs, and EMBALMER Mgr. Boone Way Opera House. farmers of the west 6ide of the in the county, we would have wheat is being used to make ex- - class of 1890, and served as pastor this 20th day of Nevember, 1917. Mt. Vet non, Kv. My commission expires Dec. 18, 1917. county. Messrs. J. M Craig and more and better business than we plosives, because there is such a st Maryville, Tenn., 1890-189KY. Miranda Tate. Cummins. Hurt and Brown, of have. Honest and fair as he is, demand for it. The wheat which and comes to us on account of Crab Orchard Milling Co., are the farmers like to sell to him and the Just racieved a big lot of boys has left this county has gone special interest in the church and the onee who have handled all FOR FLETCHER'S they should feel proud that they direct to the large Buckwheat educational work of Eastern KenTough hide shoes. shipments, some of which went FOR FLETCHER'S to Wisconsia and some to Penn have such a man as he to sell to. mills to make bread. Sutton & McBee. tucky and Tennessee. EL. ey lv I pate did. The liev. Frank E. Moore, J. T. Biowa&B has cfoea npbis formerly Synodlral Evangelist for with iio L& X-- AND OVERCOATS OS 13 3il SPECIAL suits RAW HIDE SLICKERS STAR BRAND SHOES ARROW SHIRTS , . w-e- k 1 SWANN HATS O'BRYAN OVERALLS BALL BAND RUBBERS 1. ;'. asmtsZi!$S!35: Leaders Our Line Since " -. 1 eh-rg- s MARETBURG The WITHERS 8 . Dr. M. K. Pennington Of London Dentist 1 J J -- 8 -, h iitd 1 WILL BE AT THE ROCKCASTLE HOTEL 1 11 -- U-a- v by-Mr- WM, 3rd go-ina- I. DENTAL WORK a-- j s f-- w T"fa"r d r 5 :sk H A VE a-.- Notes S GN THE AL DO YOUR PRINTING s d LETTER HEADS ! BILL HEADS STATEMENTS CATALOGUES ENVELOPES CARDS AND .. 5 J. CMcCLARY - list, 2. ". one-fort- h Sat-nrda- y d STANFORD, OMldren Or G A TO Children Dry CASTOIA sirrjivrtD pai1 i THE BEAUTIFUL . '. v r.m;b. m 3f 1 : tslSliuifiXjrachuj 0 iJJXiiliU -- For Infants and fv ; ! J ren .lll I 1 ' . mfm eBiS" - aasw MM r5U. . t m tt rr m a ct COMMSIONEK'S SALE. RwCKCASTLE ClRtffcHT ,4 JM& ns-dbfe.!- .jafsji Mothers , -- Know That fa in tf'--i H SSiil 1 . . llQiaabeUi Bowman, ;C3 C. Oowijaau, iiristian it the Newport Walker Bow map, o Gulf Coast, and one of Jesse Bowman, the most lashionabl and popular Florence Monroe and Plaintiffs resoi; in tile ."South. The town jissioiier's Sale. vs: Com' et aJtx f ,0c0 permanent popuRobert B. Cockiell and NEWPORT PASS CHRISTIAN CRT. Every One of Them Said I "We'll Deposit Our Money with the P " ? lation, vjH.-j.- i J 'L-- i tvl ft': 1. -. i AVcfcrgsgJ . Always Kfiars tUfi . UUHfMMWS-- qrlin.vklil S z Yj ' ...,iDoi fafitatns: . t. noi'nuuM.M"'u ..- -r.either Opiun.Morpfunenori . TWtaofaDifcsWM , .. Slffnatlira w T , 5 P ! jtoszuMap!iaak JhamplUa Stftf JachrlkSdtt : - '..,(-. - l&rfrrrnfe? - . .7r J., for Constipation and Diarrhoea. -- and Fcvcnsnma loss Oh facsimile 3. Sinrtof I ft - fU v I ( Jr Aj' fS li r USB III Over aa Cl-- NEWwjw; Thirty Year s MB .Jgll f gSfcf of W.apper. H fkHr uh ', H ( r4 n T '- -; . Coay kEa8iffl TMt CMT COIPlllY. Li JHiL. TH w r n'iim iilnThv i TOr.R ill 1 '! I'llilit i'lll i Tl :i:Mli:nJj.; .i ,TTrrr7n .III M.miii..i:liiMi:HiHiltllll i Mil x Hi ill standard track directly serving 8000 Miles Tc the Pubfic jJLWITm rf'i Alabama Florida Georgia Indiana -- 1"Tcontemplate traveling to any point and desire YOU or your friends pi III!; ' information regarding nois ntricky Louisiana - fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to eall on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the l I i ! i i'!I ill m : H0i'i:iocrG2L Southern Railway System 1 ii Hi iihCaroluzc i atnetwe Virginia and t'te -- Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every is made to make your rip a pleasant one. K. C. ICIN'G, Division Pessenger Agent 1 .3 E. M&ia Street, Lexir.on. Kentucky lUU Term, I9I7, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the high est and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, November 20th, i9l7, being regular Countv Court day ter said county, paps that ered the deep-wate- r the hours f 9 e'clock a. iies elosfe to the main ghere. It m. and I o'clock p. u., apoa a is an old and aiach honored set- credit of six months, the follw-intlement, having been a popular described property, : resort from far back in ante-heliuA tract of land in Rockcastle days. Tradition associCounty, Kentucky, on the waters ates is with tde gayest of southof Crooked Creek, and bounded ern society and with men and as follows: wonicu famous in high social circles of this ard foreign lands; Beginning at a conditional corner, poplar and dogwood, above the President Wilson is .one of Pass whirl hole on the east side of Christian's recent notable guests. Crooked Creek, near the old fish Its location is one of the choice dam, this being Champ and Calloway Mullins' line; thence with g on jtht? coast. The Susan A. Mullins' line np the shore slope upward to wooded Laurel spur with center of the hills, where pines and splendid potnt to W. M. Mullins' stake old oaks, magnolias, palmettoes corner; thence with his line a and a variety of tropic vegeta south direction to the cliff to the tion grow and flower and flourish west end of the cliff, thence west luxuriantly, while fine old homes with the ,old fence to Crooked Creek; thence with the center of elegant modern villas and charm the creek to the lower end of the bungalows line the avenues and McTilly field ,to an elm corner drives along the shore. Life is on top of the ridge; thence with ever active at The Pass; there is the center of the ridge with saio boating, motoring, golf, tennis Mullins' line to Bee Mullins'gum corner; thence a northern direcand fishing by day and dancing tion to two small dogwoods; and ail other indoor festivities thence to a beech and elm, Bee jfor ".the evening. Christain Mullins' corner; thence uy Crookboasts of one of the finest golf ed Creek vith the center of the courses auywherr in the South. Creek to the beginning, contain ing one hundred (1Q0) acres more Its proximity to New Orleans or less ion serand excellent trans-porta- t For the purahase price the vice over the Louisville & Nash purchaser must execute bind aflat jRaihoad places ail the di with approved "surety, bearing versions of the metropolis within legal interest from day of sale reach of visitors at Pass Chris until paid and having the force tian, who make a day for shop- and efftct of a judgment. Bidping in New Crleans and return ders will be prepared to Comin time for dinner, which is one ply promptly with these terms. of the social functions at the G. S. Grifliu, Pass; or, remaining in the city Master Commissioner, for dinner, jou can return t Rockcastle Circuit Court your pleasure Utter in the even ing. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT be-twe- eu g to-witm very jrenarally aiiaxed t;.m i 'and servnisi the i ii' ii large numbers ;who iccuie here, su un er and winter, for recreation. Focietv miaiaraaUli at "The i Pass" at all 'seasons the summer 'guests coming from neighboring southern cities the winter throng from all parts of the North Pass Christian was named for ;i Spanish explorer who discov- u Defendants Jennie Cockrell, By virtu ic of a judgment and order of the Rockeastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August 61 This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. Odi 111 asm K 99 "WATCH US GROW" est and best bidder, at public auction, ion Mondaj', November 26th. being a regular County Court day for said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six months, the follow land located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and just ;south of Pine Hill, bounded as follows: On the north by the lands of the Kentucky, 'Portland Cement & Coal Co.; on the east by the lands of said Company; on the South by the lands et Robert Renner; on the West by the lands of R. L. McPerron and containing 30 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. ing property, A taat of to-wit: low-lyin- I When in Mt.Uernon DROP IN OUR NEW STORE On South Side of West Main You will find our stock clean and fresh, and our prices right. ! Street BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Come In and let us get better acquainted. -- Yours for business, Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. COMMISSIONERS'S P. Q. GRIFFIN MT. VERNON, KY. xxfc3 1 SAL.. Peoples Bank, vs : ( I District iI ;! .. cf i llil pTMiMMTOninnj U:.10',f'ia. ll.iUil!t!l;!!.irn"--:.::.i!I::!f- liL'Miiii pppr ;i;mtmimTTrniinmi1 i - CA1 biouifi FAMILY The hotels rank with the finest in the country, and there an many dtlihtful el I country homes, where good board and real gsouthern hosoitality are for.nd. The inland country back of Pass Christian is beautiful, and many charming .drives ma be taken over the excellent roads among fine, productive fruit and whicij ship ruuci truck of the early garden stuff th tt eagerly sought in northen arkets. Th .fishing in St i.otiis Bay and the 1 i bu tar -- firm-- , if--- ) Tl Six Te-- ft Mil htumt 3, Si.j T b a '- -- f 2 r:i:?iv D!- -, Says Texas Ltdy, But Now Vv.- -, Siz-en- g Vortua and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. floras CUy, Tc- -. ""re. Mary EB- - msn, of this place, says; "After the birth of my liulo girl. . .my side com- menced to to bed. j hurt iuc. called . I hr.d to go Lack T7e treated me. pat BJasa was the doctor. lie M 1 pat no better. I was until the misery unbe -- ...I n v.as in be J lor three mc:r.!, i n : niffered such aony that I wa3 aat di2.w-- ap In a knot. . . I told my husband if he would get me a bottle of Cardui I would try it .. I commenced taking it, however, that . evening I called my family about me... for I knew I could not last many days un'p I bad cbanee for That was sir years ago and I am stP.1 here and am a well strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken half the bottie. when I began to feel better. The misery in my side got less... I continued right on taking the Cardii until I had taken three bottles and I did not need any more for I was well and never felt better in my life... I have never had any trouble from that day to this." Do you suffer from headache, backache, paiss sides, or Giber discomforts, each month? Or do you feel weak, nervous and fagged-outIf be, give Cardui, the woman's tonic, a trial. J. 71 the Letter. i-i ? gj The Old JONAS Z T ZZZ3XX 8 Reliable McKENZIE QOOO LINE OF 8 8 A a Farm Implements General se Merc h andi g as careful as you will, however Martha Kirby, you will occasionly eat more than J. T. Bowling, and Defendants you should 8nd will feel ihe Leonard Kirby, need of Chamberlain's Table's By virture of a judgment and to correct the disorder. The e order of the Rockcastle Circuit tablets do not contain pepsir Couit. rendered at the August but strengthen the stomach and Term, 19 17, thereof, in the above enable it to porferm its functions cause. ,'I shall proceed to offer nato rally. They also cause a for sale at the court house door geatie Movement of the bowels. in lit. Vernon, Ky., to the high- - and effect of a judgment. Bid- Or sufficient thereof to p' dec ders will be prepared to comply the sum of $2 0000. wiih legal interest f rata t ho feth day of Febterms. FbX FLETCHER'S pivuiptly with ruary, 1017. nntd paid, and the G. S. Griffia. cost of this action. oner, Master Cora AN OLD MAN'S STOMACH. For the purchase price the purRockcastle Circuit Court chaser mast execute bond with As he grows o'der and less ac SALE. COMMISSIONER'S approved surety, bearing legal tive, less and less food is re interest from day of sale until quired to meet the demands of ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT our bodies It too mucb habitu pid and having the force aud ef COURT. feet et a judgment. Bidders will ally taken, the stomach will rePlaintiff, be prepared to comply promptly Bank of Mt. Vernon bel. When a man reaches the vs: Commissioner's Sale. with these terms. advanced age of 85 or 9o. you will W. C. Kirby, G. S. Griffin, find that he is a light eater. Be 12 2, 23, 13 14 treams is exc '.lent, many an g'ers finding their best snort ii the little rivers and streams oi the hamedi'jte iuterior. Across the lay fioat PaSf scribed properly. 10 wit: ("'hrisian is the somewhat exch: One house nd lot located i aive cufago resort of Baj S; tl.e town of Mt. Vernon, Con it) Louis, a place much frrqnertet i State of Kentuck' by residents of New Crleans and bounded s folio s who own cottages and bungalow? Bounded on th- - north by Mail and come here for the watei Street; on th eit;t ind south hr sports and th- fishing. It is also the Louisville & Misbvilat Rvi on popular in winter with man' road Company's right the west by property rec nti northern people who prefer tM mn d bv w T Smith, decease quiet et cottage life, with th1 and now owned by his heiis accompanying fieedoal for out Or sufficient thereof to prodoor sports, to the gaerand duce the sum of $458 with more fashionable routine of the legal interest from March 1,1917. larger neighboring resorts. nd ll e cosf of th;s ac ir.n. Pass Christian and Bay S. For the purchase price the Louis ;are reached only by the purchaser must execute bond modern steel passenger trains of with approved surety, hearing theJLOUlSVILLW & NASH legal interest from day of sale VILLE RAILROAD. paid having the force -! , of-w- a COURT. Missouri Ramsey, Admr. of S. B. Ramsey. Dec'd Plaintiff. vs: Corn missioinr's Sale. W. C. Kirhy, Defendant. By virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August jTer.n, 1917, thereof, n the above c4js, I shall prceei' to off-- r for sale at the court do r in Mt. Vernon, Ivy , house to the highest and best bidder, at public auctioi;, on Monda November 2 it i, 19 17, beiagrrgn lar County Court day for sah; county, between .the hours of a. in and 3 p. . u;o a credi of six mo .ths, the Idlowing de Plaintiff, m WOOO Comaiissioner's Sale, iyy3.Tj ) J. L. IHOMFSOV worn 31 Bettie Thompson' ) By virtue of a judgmtnt and order of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the August Term, 1917. thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door, in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at public auction. on Monday. November 26, 1917, being regular County Court day for said countv, between the hours of 9 o'clo k a. m and 3 o'clock p m . upon a credit of six months, the following described property, . to-w- it Defendants. g raj r 9 5 5 if a P3 opfe business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise the progmMiM farmer; and. too, the widsvawauce bonneM woman. Wc shall be glad t initiate people into details of keeping a chocking account, WILL' BK GLAD TO TAKB YOUR OUDEK POit THE NKW LliiHKl Y LOAN BONOS- a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; WE : One tract of land in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, on the waters! of Brush Creek, and bounded as io!!ows : L ginuitig at a white oak on the eas side or orusn Lreea at ine m 01 ' Krf The Bank of Mf. Vernon n mm ITjVW 4 mm jm xZ&L&M&ycii & yc M ; 2-- j, the lands of Marion Hicks. Katie Hat and George Ping all corner and running a westernly direc tion with the lands of Newton Denny to a black walnut; thence due weal to a bhek oak. which is the Elisha Thomas corner; thenc-straight line with the Count' Roa to a stone; thence running wi'h the county road and the lands of Mrs E Thomas to a small Mack 'ak; thene due eat with jbn l t; 1 ihe l.iuds white oak on the wet side of Brush Creek; tnence up and with the mrandering of said creek to the beginning corner, containing ! - $m J J x &j3yL&x$i f H j aaJ I I I M AU.f f Kv . 1 mjx&x$ JM fir UNDERTAKER j ps. Prod her, n COMPLETE ; LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes . until and in all about 100 acre9, i . r .".f : ac Child ron Ory Telrrraph or T pt.one;orders Promj t:y Vi-.l- ' -- r k" . CA8TQRIA the m-iss- Filled v. v-L . " .l...r V -. . . :mn&x&Mcmxn 1 r:-c- UHD Allordsrs Phone 94 8 nLT'r TAKER Our line of Couch Caskets is unexeelld Hand-made I Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court 'omns fnrnishec of $pc&jc$c&x&x$Z BETHURUA ATTCRNEYS AT LAW MT VERNON, RV. Will practice in all tke caurta. Office ia Bethurum Building. i LEWIS 1 Aji Harse aenl to all jarts the County by Wire Promptly Filled J W. A. COX, ) g'sjff yycyyyJ M I. VERNON, KY. "Zrt sgB