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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 1917 NUMBER 10 Unusual Values in Coats EV EK V one representing every one the masrer-designe- r. the latest style showing tkfl skill of Every one embody- ing the workmanship. On sale tomorrow ;it In all the voguish materials. 8:30. $25 Coats $15 SUTTON & MT. VERNON, KY. McBEE 'One cf the k :v yr : o? wn.xxvv mm, wfiwA A fj&f mi Mffd7AL J PtUTft 7CWT1 mm WIS "Use your cur, passenger or com mercial, more and more to relieve: the transportation pressure on the ' f Help the Railroads Help the Merchants and merchants' delivery service. Nem. Nation railroads " SAMUEL P. COLT 12. 1917 Jiw iiiner vruir rnr Mttfnwr ter mmmawiil mnr ru1 more to help relieve the pressure on the nation's railroads, for the railroads are strained to the limit today to more man and merchandise. The one way to keep your automobile ready for your service day and night is to be sure that you have dependable tires. United States 'Usco' Tread is not only the dependable, efficient, always-read- y tire, it is the tire of long mileage of low mileage cost, the tire of masterful anti-skiservice. Put United States 'Usco' Treads on your car make comparisons. d 'Nobby' 'CkaW 'Royal Cord United States Tires Arc Good Tires Also Tirms far Mete Trucks, Motor os, Bicyclee, Amromianoo Unite" Statu Tubes and Accessories Ha III the Sterling Wtrtk and Wear That Uetkt Unittd States Tirtt Supreme I iiiin tmrafftgnmiiiiintitaifiii HHiititJUiiiiiiiii ttiiiinf iiiniii itiuujiu A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros. BR OD H HAD Newa reached us recently that oar Livingston friend had tendered bis resig nation as an employee of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co., to take effect Jan. s very important position, we i st, at which time he accepts a imagine, and no donbt there Is position as Deputy Police Judge loU of honor in holding a posi of his home town under Dr. R tion of this kind and especially G. Webb, who recently defeated so when serving under a good J udge Frank Deem. Now this is ' republican like the doctor. Dr. and Mrs. W F. Carter were in She will be missed by every one Louisville Wednesday of last who knew her, but she leaves a week shopping. Mr and Mrs splendid example for all to follow. J. H Carter accompanied them We extend to those of her relato the cily and from there they tion who survive much sympawent to Shelby to spend a few thy. Mr. and Mrs R L. Smith B. T were guests of Mr and Mrs A. M weeks with relatives. Younjf and sons. James Tandy Hiatt Wednesday. Mr and Mrs and George McCracken, left for W L Durham, and son, Master Milton. Trimble County, early Austin and Miss Clyde Watscn, Wednesday morning to spend a were down from Mt. Vernon and few days at the o'd horn mi Mr. spent Thanksgiving with the fam You; g He will spend the time ily of J F. Watson. - Thank?giv wh:le there hunting Trimble ing services wtre held at Chris county quails. This is his first tian church Thursday by the pas visit bick home sines locating ter, Eld L N. Bowling. here two years ago. Mrs. Green Bryaut, daugnter of Lee Coffey, MRS. P. O STUCBELL TELLS of this place, d.el at her home HOW SHE CURED HKR SON .OF A COLD. in Farnston Ky., Monday supposedly of heart trouble, death "When ray son Eili was sick being suddenly. Her remains with a cold last winter 1 gave were buried at Corbin Tuesday him Chamberlain's Cough Remafternoon. Among those attend- edy. It helped him at nce and ing from here were Mrs Alfred quickly broke up his cold," Dean, Mrs Jesse Proctor, Arthur, writes Mrs P. O Stucsell, Ho- Forest, and Justice Coffey, sisters mer City. Pa. This remedy has and brothers ef the deceased. been in use for many years. Its K. J. Smith and his son and good qualities have been fully daughter, Charles and Miss Annie proven by many thousands of Belle Smith. Among the new people. It is pleasant ar.d safe list of officers named by Uncle to take. Sam of under .date last Monday Brodhead ranked Uncle Jack Metzgcr fells His Impression of Mt. Vernon. second in the list of Captains, Louisville first. The names of two of our boj s, Alien and James To the Editor Mt. Vkrnon Signal : H Burnett, Jr. appear on the When I stepped off the train in list, and our folks are justly your beautiful town on the last proud of these boys for many reasons, the thing that stand out day ef April, to work on the boldly that we like to mention of Dixie Highway, from the libelous them is that when they go after amd slanderous articles 1 had read any things they land it, whether about the Mountain people, I expected to see. every mau a walkit be an Army Captain or to rank ing arsenal, with a chip on his first in s graduating class they simply do things, and we are shoulder looking for a scrap, but proud that they call old Brod to my surprise I met the most peaceable, most hospitable, most head home. Constable B. A obliging people it has been my Riddle arrested Ben Mqberly, a negro, charged with horse steal- fortune to come in contact with. Surrounded by nine hills, sening in Garrard county, s few days ago after chasing him for tries created by nature to guard as beautiful a town as can be found three days. He found htm about one o'clock in the morning quiet- anywhere, tine homes, fine schools, ly sleeping before a good fire in fine churches, clean streets, business houses, tine looking a woodland near the Jackson men, last but not least, beautiful County line, and turned him over women. What puzzles me is, to Jailer Ross at Lancaster. with all these resources, jou do Moberly had been arrested on this charge a few days previous- not prosper more than you do? Will never forget my first trip ly and landed in the jail at Lan caster, and bad made hi escape out the new road, Mr. Durrett by removing about one hundred and myself in a jolt wagon. He brick from under a window of handed me the rope attached to the jail, leaving an opening that the brake, saying, ''Pull hard. a two hundred pound man could Jack." When I saw the cuts and fills, believe me 'pull hard I did," have easily gone thru. Mr. Riddle got on his trail and never let foi I expected to go over the em up until be landed him and will bankments every moment. But receive a reward of fifty dollars as "familiarity breeds contempt ', for his faithful services. Rev. so subsequent trips robbed the terrors from the first and I began A. J. Pike, of this place, attended to observe. the funeral of Rev. Chas Car-micMay, with its flowers and budat Mt. Veraon Tuesday. ding trees, here and there a farm Miss Annie Roberts, daughter of house with adjacent barns, nev Mrs. ;Loutisha Roberts, died at plowed fields, horses, cows and the borne of her motner, on Main sheep, grazing in meadows, all Street, at .1:00 o'clock a. m. this met my gaze on my second Wednesday, after a confining trip on the road illness of several months Miss Coming around the curve at Annie had been a cripple since Green Fish's, looking toward early childheod and for many Ren fro creek bridge, the road years could not walk a step, and winding around hill and dale, like yet this great affliction did not a serpent is a beautiful sight. seem to check her energy. For Turning the curve after leaving a number of years she worked in Renfro creek, wiading and climbthe Tobacco Factory of R. S ing up the grade until you cross Martin, and since giving up this the old road, then down hill until work she was always busy about you cone to the horse shoe bend, the home, doing all kinds of then slowly climbing the hill, un house work, even doing the washtil you reach Mt. Vernon, is one ing for all the family. She bore of the most scenic and beautiful her affliction without a murmur roads in the State of Kentucky, and was always in the best of and you folks can point with pride spirits and seemingly enjoyed to the Dixie Highway to all who life as much as those under visit you. more favorable conditions. If Recalling the many favors exthe people of this town put forth tended me by Rockcastle County their energy to the extent that people in my too brief sojourn Miss Annie always did we would among them, will say in all my have a much better town. She association with people in many was a devout member of the Bap diffeient states in the union, none tist church and when able never have excelled, few equaled them missed a service, besides she at- iu hospitality. tended services at thef4ther God bless you all is the sincere churches of the town. 4nfc was wish of a faithful christian and exempliUmclb Jack. fied her noble christian charac ter every day. She looked after FOR A WEAK STOMACH. the welfare of the sick where Ae a gentle rule all you need she was able te go and will be to do is to adopt a diet suited to missed by the many friends she your age and occupation and to had at her command. Her re-- I keep your bowels regular. When mains were laid to rest in the you feel that you have eaten to Christian Church cemetery Thurs much and when constipation day after services at the Baptist take one of Chamberlaid'a Tab church by the Rev. A. J. Pike. lta : up-to-dat- S i R.H. MILLER LEADING Mt. Vernon, i DRUGGIST Kentucky CALL ON US if you need anything in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty PHONE a 39 A K5neH9asmE5 Square Deal may ahraji be expected frou - a squre uValer. We deal in Square and every other ter Carpenter. And t e Tools we sell are on the es-spivhl put,!Si accurate, strongly made and of the very be?t and Mat reliable materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Also, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. '& e Mt. Vernon, c. c. cox Opposite Court House This Difference " "how goes it ? " Well. George," said the president of the company to old .George, your firm sixteen years."' "Well, well." said the president, "I suppose you are both pretty well thought of," "H'ru," said George, "the both of us was took sick last week, and they got a doctor for the hoss, but they just docked my pay! " George oughtn't to complain. The company paid him each day for his work. They fed the horse every day for his work. The horse knew nothing and could do nothing but eat his oats as they were given him. He had no way to prepare jor the future But it was different with George. He had the advantage et'.mind the advantage of laving away each day for sixteen years a little bit to take care of him when he was sick or laid off. he continued to curry the old horse. ' Me an' this here hoss," George said, "has worked for "Fair to niiiMlin', sir," George answered as al " The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRirf IN, W. H. CO rTONGIM, Vice-Presid- President C. M. THOMPSON, ent Cashier k: HAVE DO YOUR SIGNAL PRINTING THE ! S e '"A-J- W r RNON SIGNAL L av. r ... 1U U. say that the V. M. C. A.far-ICfl-'- . v A. dugout tir.t It lies nesr-U- ii 30, 1917 rf every Ftiday by Am s ALBRIGHT. OH iPriOS YEAR kuou-t- $I.O on tvertising rates mace application MKMBHR OF fKKNTUCKV PRKSS ASSOCIATION Thly ei s snjar tUurw it a and it must be v shei'lre so. of tii cairn jt be any hoi' Jit in an si. all t.iwns and only i poun at tint j iti the cities, li Uncle Sam inWaaVJ raise the price, we believe that the shortage could MM be rtlievtd by prompt action and great sacrifice on the part el tli Suar Kings. UeO sorghum and do away with sugar, the best way to stop the shortage. the fcaaa. Wearer rasa the log of the md. flHabsse, doctor er fc'espTtal. By TfteVe8$er'y there i nitLiujr wretip with tuft';, is an gal, a cop of hot tea if be werk and vryihisg g ".e fie vrsuf if; fc.e.re two ore'Ci'iie V. M. C A Building is a u attsUMl wrtk hypodermics is thci school, a church aad Mible sicheel. ' base's. as well as a place of eater-taii) y.a want it? they de ment for your boy who must heat tnaml of each man who passes the heaviest load of all in this through. "Ai-'awful war. 1 want to ask tin ither he thrmts out bis HiflVo-pnrjjaniz-itionwhich were arm to receive the soothing poiii i..t uOuuly to itmaiji a tion, or he nods his head end ici.l.u permarent instruments in this passes on. great ik duiirg the war and "On along the way of painted any money which you may raise posts to the hospital and to rest will be accepted and appreciate( "Sometimes the dugout is shell by the boys in ' khaki". Duiin ed, and a Y". M. C. A. secretary the recent campaign this county ioses his life; t.vo went out tovas ask for Hive Hundred Del gether on one dav recently. iarsand pledged Fifteen Hundre "It is part of the game; the Dollars. We are short of thai isk ter no (sympathy; they ask aiuuuut ewiug to swoae places fail- uet wvjs far pa; ma-aof then ing to raue as mtfo as they ex iTts wvrUTleg for sotSLag at all. ficcted to and any gift to sfc "All tfier tsU is fin tBnler te Treasurer, Mr V- G. Baker, Mr' on Yernon, Ky., will be accredited Who.n vania dans goes t o Kockonstle County and be ae t.up ateesUrjf Taylor La Louispredated by the boys just as mac ville Christmas eye, 1917, he is if you had given it during tfu will go dressed in dgorettee. ft iets 8 bn, i n s You all know the For.! Car, yon know its reputation, you know it to be the best all around car on the market and you expect to own one within the near future. LISTEN! presideut of the Ford Motor Co. aeneQuces that if they cwutiuoe to make ears that they must raise their pried at least $60. BUT HERE'S THE REAL POINT. Owing to the enormous amount of steel being aaed to make munitions of war and war machinery, the production of the Ford Motor Co.. as well as other automo bile concerns, have been forced downward. Already the Ford Factories are making p.irts for warships and aeroplanes. It is predicted by government officials that by sp.iug there will be practically u pleasure cars on the market. We have been slloted only s limited number of cars to sell within the next eight mouths. Because of the great and universal demand for the Ford, we could easily sell all these cars within the single month of May. If we theujht we could get these cars then we would not be urging you te buy now. We feel that if we get these cars at all we must take them now. UtiUTj Foxd. et - (Ja-rr- y jauipaign week, more now iti enjoy the Y. khaki. Seats Claus has become quite Camp Taylor told me he could ern old gentleman and he has Oneoflheboy great M. C. A. a 8 'XZO&Z3X2. I Y. M. C. A. 8 kT- 2X o . rt v ier of innocent women and child- the Courier-Journa- l building ir. ren. Will you not help te give Louisville at 6:30 o'clock Christ-Mana ou behalf el pKi;su.N-A'.LVthe Kentucky War WerL ihem a few of the eomforts of eve and a few minutes later you enjoy and which the will Council, as well as our boy in descend at Camp Zachary training at the front. I waut t (iovernmeut does not and cannot Taylor and begin bus task el tbauk the good people of Rock- give them? distributing gifts to the boys E K Gentry, castle County for the splendid under Maj. Gen. Harry C. Hale. Campaign Chairman, showing made for the Army It is dangerous for you to wait give us your order A special runway will be conRockeastle County structed on top of the Courier-Journa- l Y. M. C. A. in the campaign reNOW. os 0 cently conducted by the friends building for the start of Who will refuse hie bit for el the work in the county. In the Y. M. C. A. when be reaos Sauta's flight. The latest miliTHE BRYANT GARAGE my judgment no greater work by Bruce Barton et tary model of airplane will be this sketch MT. VERNON. KY- has ever bees done and uo mote the "The Trail of the Paiutec jsed and the benerolent old dostrving causa ins ever bean Posts"? It is ,the will be piloted on the e trail to reseated to the people of this that everv soldier tramje, last lap of his spectacular jourcomity than the campaign in aup and tliev go silently. Mr. Barton ney by D. L- Lamb, a special port of the Army Y. M. C. A. I says iu the Boston Transcript licensed driver receatly returned have made four visits to Camj. that he got his "heart-renderinfrom Europe, with ve years' Taylor aad the Y. M. C. A.'s story of the flying experience. Airplane and walking wounded" there ; I have talked with the from a man who had just landed driver will be furnished by the Y. at. C A. workers in the Camp. O. F. Darling School of Aviafrom the Western front: men whom I knew to ha basest "The wounded who hare loot tion of Louisville. truthful, Christina gentlamea Santa Claus will thus be able as arm. or an eye, or part el I havh tallied to dozens of eur to claim the hesor of being the the face, but sre still able to wn Kstkeaetle County hays irst to actually go "over the from Caaip TayJ.r aad te othei straggle bsek from the front- top'' ia America. line trenches alone. soldiers fiom practically every It seems certain that Sasta "G with me for a moment in the country, and other Claus will be gieeted this year to sic I KNOW WHEREOF i SPEAK. On to France; I want you by the most enthusiastic tecep what we saw. I want you to last Monday i overheard a eon ,. ... tion ever accorded htm It will ' ersation by Rev P. If. Jonea, of auow rue num. be time in history "it is the day before the big thatthe first appeared his early in Livingstoa, in which he attacked he has so very vehemently the work of ;hi pash. For weeks the army has the evening. It will be the first t Army Y. M. C, A. He denounced riuown the exact bonr and he has appeared in khaki; when the barrage would (time his baptist Brethren who wen will be the first time he has t interested and asserted that fchr lift and the men leap out "over traveled in au airplase, and it movement meant the ruin of ths the top". Till the Cold will be the first time that bis ea "The enemy has known it, too; Ail icsl SSlppi is s land of Romance aad Interesting history, and Baptist Church, and was an at try into any city has J been given I wl some famous men who have bad spectacalar Surrenders tempt to unita the woild under his preparations are as great the official recognition and form- careeas. she has firoished Mississippi was found by old world explorers to have a time climate tnd many fascinations. Two centuries Marquette. one bit denomination kuewn as and earetul as ours. ality of a National Government Bienville sad LaSalle had a "vision" ofago DeSoto, Joliet, Mississippi Iberville, the civilization of of today. the Spring Drive "On the day before, the enthe Y. M. C. A. He designated reception. Mississippi has had one hundred rears of statehood aad she expects ts celehrate the Y. M. C A. contributiens as s gineers plant a line of painted The airplane Santa jCIaus uses herceateantal Hear Gulfport ia 1919. Got to white posts a few yards apart, fund to provide "cigarettes, gamwill be appropriately illuminated i a railway pier extending oae mile into Sulfport bling does and dance halla" for leading from the rear straight for the occasion by, red, white Jack Sound, it give dockage facilitates te foreign ves to the borders of So Mau's Land Ihe soldier boys. Brother Jouea and blue electric lights, the car els and maKes the harbor a gateway to tfca iaterier el the state, aad south U "biraple paieted posts what f ulfpoi't it thus famed, together with it a personal I r lend of mine aiid Keep Let rent for which will be generated the Panama Caaal region, ISO Louisville b Nashville Railroad, farite land co.i nevtioas alosg the liae of its accessi are they for ? ordinarilly I would not mention west. Indoors. tThey are to guide the walk by the airpli.ee motor. Os the, bility from aS to all points north, south, east ant this matter, but it appeared to me airplane will be a large , in as much I waa selected as iug wounded. Eyes blurred with city of Sulfport has attractive homes, ins churche Well Show You a Line of which the pilot will biood and suffering that might e people. Ske ha Winter Garments That Will schools, and an aggressive luO d tii Oi.iii of llie campaign in plow en the bky and its stars ilso akont her fruit lands aad garSoo snots lav thv settler fram the aorta. Shr Make Jack Frost Let You this county and known by every lose the road can follow the trail tnd on the streets and people has in her Great Southern Hotel a line up-- :aie aestelry. Gulfpopt is an '.' V jl vSJfT V JIM v ffl It Alone I" or the Rest of the one to be intensely interested in it. of those painted posts; bodies too beautiful Shell road als, that extends for naftaa along the edge of the Sound beneath htm as the baata Claus is a sue breeze one gets at saast any day of tha year, whea abaard that electric Winter. And Our or gas to Clothes as well as hoping to be able to give weak from shell-shocvery waters etlga. The golf links, a few miles east o' line that ruas stand alone can fiad there a mo- Christmas Airline Limited makes Galfpoit are an along the as this line ; also the Military Academy and beautiful Are as Stylish As they Are attracUaa the remainder of the time during its flight oyer the city to the Beauvair, that was once the horns Jefersaa Davis, aad which it aaw a har Warm! the war to this great work in out mentary support. bur far for the Confederate Veterans af the South. camp. "The trail of the painted posfe Army Camps and peihaps in the Santa Claus this year will be foreigs fields, that I owed it to is the trail of the walking wound- assisted by twenty-onyou are weary of golfing or Get one of our new seas. If, while sojouraining at Golfport, nights or dark nights you caa boating, why thaa in the onlit the people f the county and es ed; the trail of blood and miserj You may not have known that go aearehing sight ta tide is out. fr "flounders'' livewhea the tee snore wsoIt is a picturesque are tnut pecialiy to ilioae who hare eon and pain. ertea at nignt Santa Claus has a family. He see men aad women, wao slang r tiibuted so liberally, to say to af the light af their the "Just before dawn the mea has guarded this secret hiaself engaged. Byrind aid economic pastinse. torches they enjoy this sport. Nc it an douht many them that Brother Jones is sadly die into the forward trenches. i is caref ally as the Prussiaa in error in this matter. 1 am Singing? Not a hit. Talking? ! guarded its plans to con j1Tert is a coming city of sense size Strasiers sre cordially ?k 'rfW sure he means no intentional Hardly a word. Osly the silent, sm welcoaie either te visit far s tia.e or to add i! eir iattT'St t the world. These twenty-ouLiuer wrong but such representations, heavy tramp of men who have she af ers u ooma far the aUraclious sua that of sous will be assigned to the all wha many ethers wha them with her. Cartyle Porter. may wish to share from a Minister of the written their last letters home. G Ca Gospel, can, and judging from the Men with faces carved of stone. State of Ohio, City et Toledo, and you'll forget about located on one the attractive GVllfpOrt isCoastofaad reached byresortssuperb steel the Beaati response from Livingston, as com Lucas County, ss. "They pass out of the camp; pssseeger the the cold weather 1 li Frank J. Cheaoy atakee oath trains of the pared with the other parts of the they pass the base hospitals; they i county, has dose the cause a great pass the canteen. And just be- that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney ft Co., doiny deal of harm. I want to say to fore they reach the front trench 1 g m"l J ' the iKople, and if Brother Jones at the very front, under the ire business in the City of Toledo, will take the trouble to investigate of the i.big guna County and btate aforesaid, aad themselves he will learn that it is true, that each man pauses for just a sec- that said 'firm will pay the sum of ONB IHUNDRKD DOLLARS the Army T. M. C. A. furnishes ond at a dugout. tweatyeso military units at the aad publicity Loague, has acceptneither cigarettes, playing cards, "It was the front trench of the for eaeh aad every case of Catarrh caaap sad each oae will direct ed the chairmaaship of the Cars nor dancing kails. Wornea are Y. M. C. A. that canaot be cured by the use Mose 1. Perks, well kaowo proximately 1009 cubie yarde of distriontias el gifts fa its saiga Committee, aad Jobs W of Hall's Catarrh htediefae.Frask the not allowed is the camp after 5 "From it a hand reaches out: sad popular eitlzao of Parksville, embankment and bids should be They will he larr, president of the Fidelity khaki dad man o'clock p. m. at any time and I in the hand a pieoe of chocolate J. Cheney. Colombia TVost Company has died there Moaday s ftornoos af- submitted in the form of a lump by ,2os Bey Souts. have never found boys very anx for each man to be eaten in case Sworn to before ate and sub- assisted work. The festivities will he witnessed agreed io act as treasurer. His ter a lingering illness of a ceai sam prise for the entire toua to dasce with etch other, but he falls wounded in No Man's scribed in ray presence, this 6th Any additional isformstion has been plicatioa of troabloo. He was 07 by a throng of (visiters, although naaneial institution on the contrary, I ean point you Land. A hearty 'Good luck aae day of December, A. AD. i8te Fiscal en applies tion. years eld bet sever anarried. raoaey it will he homed, under Gea. made depository for A. W. Gleasea, to specific instaocea of where God bless you.' It is with this, County reCo the feed and all The bnria) took place at his late Court of Roekrastle Bale's orders te reiativesof "the CScal) Notary Public soldier boy a in Camp Taylor have the voice of the Y. M . 6. A. secInterior-Jou- r serves the right to reject any oe cfcecits eraw a en the fuad will heme this afternoon. beys" end Members of Christ been kept from the danee halls of retary, ringing is their ears that all bids. all's Catarrh Medicine is Mr. Oosley as sal. he sigeed by ass Cheer Club. Te heebste s chairasas and eouaterslgwed by the eifcy by the Y. If.C. A. The men go 'over the top'. F. H. Mattingly, tekea iatoroally eae seta through me her of this club it is esty Sealed bids will be reeetred at only things I saw in the buildiags Seed Eagineer, "An hour passes, two hears the Blood on the Mucous Purface-o- f seeessary te send a gift or mon- Mr. Barr as treasurer. The bey 9 of Cam Zaehary this office ' uatil noes Saturday that looked like a gambling den And slowly, painfully, draggisgly Rockcastle County. the Syabem. Soad for test ey te boy a gift te the Courier-JournaTaylor will have memorable Dec. 0th. 101 7 and tbeo publicly was a checker board and an old they come back. nonisls, free. which is te issue passes Christmas this year. opeaed for the gradiagaad buildfashioned fox and gooe board "Bleeding, staggering nen, aSae-nF.J. Cheaef ft Co.. Toledo, . to Camp Zachary Taylor for ing of approaches to bridge over and I was told; by one of the sold- following the trail of the painted Sold by all druggists, 73c. Christmas eve. FOR FLETCHER' Rosudatone Creek as Ccaway. iers that these were all that the posts FOR FLETCHER'S Ball's WyuU' Pitts for ooasti- C. C. Ousley, managing direcWork isvoiVtd aaroueO te ap Y, U. C. A. shewed, it is absurd 'Ad thwy stop si the T. MlTpatfa. tor el oso LeMrsviUe CWvemTfwB , lit-whiI - that Itockcastlo, lm tary spirit of the present world home people, were helping sup- upheaval, for he .has discarded port it. These bos are standing the old sleigh and reindeers for between you and the destruction the more military fly)f your property, the overthrowimachine. S nta Clause will ng of your liberty and the mur ing his Sight from the top el oegia up-to-d- ate deal also imbided some jof the mili- ges-tlema- n 1 Geth-ssraan- - g ; mii The Beautiful Gulf Coast GULFPORT MISSISSIPI mo-meu- EVERY DAY Weather To You've Fight At Frost. Him Don't You electric-searchlight- a-- The wide-awak- u k m If ' Isv :' t e Gov--rnaie- e well-beia- g ec-min-g Trench Coats rill JsJ F r LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD THE CASH STORE fur-aish- ed coa-tribnt- ed l, a -- Children Ory Children Orj GASTtBtA MT.VLRNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon Ky.Nov. 30, 1917 W9 79 w ant mm p tCom wltb ilONAl. fjo. 70 w men Cj. ffiswSr loui(vuc4NtHkiLirR R Co. TIME TABLE. 22 nortti 24 23 21 5.52 11:43 pm am nortli 3:5G a m south South 12:13 a m Tas. Landrum, Agent. No. 8. Phone Entered at the m second-cims- Mt Vernon, s Ky. Pw"otice mail matter. j addressing a street gathering In London. During his remarks ii Sam Cx has moved to J. T. is s;tid he made derogatory reMeadows property on Adams marks criticising United States street. soldiers now in traini ig for for Wanted 500 bushels Pota- eiirn service, charging them with toes; will pay 15 cash for good beinr trained to commit wholeW. A McKxaTZIB. potatoes sale murder and that none of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noe. are the them would return alhe He is proud parents el twin babies, a aio charged with having said boy and a girt. The mother and that if the American army sue ceeded in vanquishing the Ger babies are doinjr tiiie. London, Ky., Nov. 28. H. T. Danigan, au itinerant preacher, y by United Give us your order Now, Now, was arrested States Marshall R. C. Ford and Bryant's GaBAOB. Now.- Deputy United States Marshall BaH Band Rubbers save doc- Spencer Fennel, and arraigned tor bills. Got a pair today at before Federal Judge A. M. J. Fish's. Cochran, on a charge of making a Look for Bryant Bros. ad. in disloyal speech. Danigan is said to have been this Signal look now leat ; u Your us (iive Perd now order, Bkyant's Gakauk. to-da- Edgar Cottongim Writes His PETITION CONGKESS FOR NEW WAR LAW. Mother, Mrs W. M. CvUengim The form of petition presented Fort Omaha, Neb., in this issue at the request of Nov. 17, 1917. for'et. : 1 Thk person who goes over the PKBSfl.ML country denouncing the Y. M. C. Mrs. Steve .Drew, of Burr, is A. and Red Cross, is either a fool or German sympathizer. There very sick. to it, and in from the is no middle ground there is no question how the loyQuail section this week. al and informed American citiRobert Fields has been numzens stand on that question. bered with the sick thi week. Hi, a son of Brvan Adams, Miss Mary Bradley, of the High very sick for a ;at Adams and a nephew of our School, has been townsman Rome Adams was killfew days. him while Misses Fan and Martha Sparks ed by a kuii kicking Al Adams was ae are at home vacation. The small child of Mr. and Mrs Dud McClure is very sick with pneumonia. Homer Proctor, of Kentucky University, came home to speud foi Tuanksiving out hunting death in a yesterday. It supposed tliat the jar broke blood vessel, is n pray ter your boy." Allen Harnett and James Bar "Pray bell," Yaden retorted, nett made commissions as Capbend him some cartridges aud tains in the Officers Reserve at something to eat." ,vill which caused his out." The speaker short time. mans they would have something to brag about. At this juncture Durigan's speech was interrupted by Ned Yaden. a farmer of this county, who Las a sou in training at Camp Shelby. Mr. Yaden pushed his way through the crowd, and grasping Danigan by the shoulders said: ' I have a SOU in the army who is ready to give bis life for his country, end I am not going to stand here and listen to this kin of ta!k. Von will have to cut it replied: Well, I The feeling of the crowd beThanksgiving. Thompson made First Lieutenant. came aroused and Dunigan left Mrs. J. A. Lucy and Mrs. Ellen Litton are quests of their sister, A dispatch fcom Washington Rays: L union, hurriedly walking to Raymond Jett, of Kentucky, ap- Farriston, six miles away, where Mrs. A. H. McFrron. pointed First Lieutenant from be was apprehended. After beMr. and Mrs. Isaar Harvey of the Dispufcanta section ware in town diring th week. Miss Bossie Poynter has returned from a visit with relatives at Jamestown, Ind. Mrs. Walter Robins, and little daughter, hav ben with 1 dative- - her this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McFerren, f Louisville, are wikh Mt. Ver-dorelatives for a fw aay. b Ft. Benjamin Harrison, and E. B. Mrs.Orlana Henderson who he been very sick during the wc-is reported better at this time. Mis. Riehard Brannaman, of the Wildie section has been with Mrs. Mary Williams (during the k , week. Henderson was Dr. John called home Monday Jon account of I the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Orlena Henderson Miss Risae McFerron, who is D. J attending Bryant & Straiten ? I 1 1 J Business College, is at home for She has four Thanksgiving. months more in school. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cam motored frem their Tennessee home in a Saxon six, to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Car tie's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerron. Mr. Harry Shafer, who was in the wreck with A. H. Hamlin,, on Bond railroad three weeks age and who has been laid up from injuries caused by the jump, has been in town this week and says he is about himself again. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Childress and daughter, stopped off on Wednesday on their return from Florida and are with Mt. Vernon relatives. The Dr. and Mrs. Childress both seem to have the Florida fever and it is possible they will locate- - in that state. Jesse Mesdows, son of section foreman J. T. Meadows has a position in the Chief Train Dis patchers Office of the L. A N. at Loiisville and has gone te it The position has a nice salary attaeht and there ia a chance for promotien. A. H. Hamlin, who was considerably bruised up by jumping from a rail motor car some three weeks ago' is able to be out again but is still Ipretty aore and caa not use his left arm as yet. Had Mr. Hamlin not jumped when lit he did, there is no question bat that the resnlt would have been serious. ing placed under arrest Dunigan a Thanksgiving services were was given a severe aon by Calvin S. Weakley and held at the Christian church, conducted by Rev. Young, who de- ;is assistan', Develin, of the De who also livered au able and interesting partment of Justice, made an examination of his per-londiscourse. Special music was belonging. furnished by Miss tuni Mullius, After hearing the evidence Miss Martha Sparks and Mr. V. Judge Cochran, in giving the man 0. Tate. Collection for Armenian sufferers amounted to some ns freedom, administered a se vere lecture to him. Dunigan thing over $iS protested his remarks were not Thanksgiving day yas indeed intended as disloyal and that he 4 most plcctaauL and lttailr a u expected l give t.vo sons do the of thanksgiviug for Mr and Mrs. country. A. H. McFerron. This happy-unioEdgar. HISTORY OF DANVILLE has been blessed with fourCo. D. 4th Balloon Squadron, A recent issue of the Danville teen children, twelve of whom Ft. Omaha, Messenger, contained the query: are still living. Nine of the Nob. "Why don't some one write a twelve were present on yeterda te eat Thauksgiving dinner with history of Danville?" Well, here father and mother. The three it is, complete too, in every deaoseut ones were John, Fred and tail: Danville is four miles north of Junction City. 4rs. Nell Coleman. May good ;people spend many more pleasant Thanksgivings together. FLETdffSM cro3s-examin- civil life. Dear ones at uqu;j: Thia is Saturday night and we have been off teday, loafing around the Fort. Played a game of Basket-bal- l we pitched a and won. Then game of quoits or as we call it horse shoes, but 'got beat. I am liking this place better every day I am here, Guess it is because we have such 1 nice bunch of officers that treat you like you were human, not brutes. Lieutenant Thompson saw or told me today he would put me on the telephone as au opetator as soon as I finished Jmy drilling. Will :e about tww weeks yet. Tkey are not using any tclegrapbiug here, but said, i would get that later. He is an awfully nice fel I v. I will get to be with the Balloonist then. How is every body around home, all well I hope. I urn feeling just as fine as 1 ever did. This kind of a life sure will make a man out el you, if you can stand it. So far I haven't found any thing hard iur tue to do. I heatd today as soon as bad weather begins that they will give each man a 7 to 10 day pass owing to the distance to his home. Tell Dad to find out if it is so that all R. R. Co.'s are giving every man that enlisted a free pass. 1 heard they were, but not to drafted men. str. iStarks ought to know about ttiis. Col. Hersey commanding officer of the tort made au lbUO ft. parachute drop Thursday evening, highest diop ever made at Fort Omaha. He is about 55 years old. Said he didn't want the men to do anything he would not do, so he done it. I tbiuk we are all geing to be invited out for Tbinksgivuig dinner or at least the biggest portion ef us any way. Well guess I had better Tell Morris think of closing. when he has time to write tee a word or so and tell Ruth hello for me, so I will close. Lovingly year sen, the American Defense society, asking the support of-- , all loyal and patriotic citizens in an effort to itapese adequate punishment upon persons or organizations acresponsible for for the publication of tivities, or public utterances or statements of a seditious or disloyal nature, commends itself to the earnest pro-Germa- n consideration of our citizens. The American Defense society waging a successful has been campaign against various forma of activities through pro-Germa- n out the entire country and in its appeal for the support of Con gress, lis doing a worthy work to kelp stamp out those influ enees Jtbat clog the wheels of a There's Comfort and Ease in every Cooper garment; they can't Slip, Slide or Bind They fit all over not merely at the Gheet. No Restriction to Comfort successful prosecution of this war, which is the nation's chief business. The use of the printed petition plus the peisonal efforts of all patriots will aid in making a success the presentation of this most serious question for National recognition. The might of incensed public opinion has proved a most influential factor in the shaping of administration policies. Tbere is no questien of the success of any work when properly directed through the right channels, hav- uig as its main object the attainvictory ing of a conclusive against Prussianisra. This line of activity comes under the society's motto of "Serve at the Front or Serve at Home." Each and every man can do his bit in this community. Clarence Rtckles, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rickels of Hamilton, Ohio, formerly of Mt Vernon, who joined the JO. N. jG. of Cincinnati, in the Fourth RegiDivment Co. C. of the Rain-boision is now located in France and says he likes the country fine. j Kenosha-inn r' .srt rosed Kretch Union Suits K -- Give you a satisfied feeling of ease and contentment, unlike garments you are conscious of at every move. We have them in many ard of &--r-s-- qualities and sizes every garment made to the stand- S i1' 1 Since 1876 Select your season's requirements in Coopers Union Suits and learn your first lesson in real Underwear Comfort. -- r .. J & la. Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify thm Genuine KLOSED KROTCH and COOPERS QUALITY Two Big Advantages which cost nothing extra, but arm worth much to you. Jt New things in neckwear Fish's. at CASTORIA Fee Iafamts amd Children In Us For Omit 30 Years Always bM the LJ7&- f f K Leaders In Our Line Since 1887 tlie NEW MAN with of Rev. C K. Carmical died Tues day of pernicious aemia. He had OASTOailA Edgar of T. Doty, Pg NEW STOCK B gcra m Richraend, osen in deliuing health ter several months, but the last two months had been very rapid. A few weeks ago he casae to the nMM of his daughter. Mrs. Steve Carpenter in order to be elose where the physician could see kim regularly and often. livery thing was done for his relief, but of no avail. Rev. Carmical was a splendid, good man, and a minister of considerable weight in his sphere. He leaves a wife and niue children, besides au aged Other, brother and sisters to mourn his death, funeral ser- ices were conducted at the Bap list church by Rev. A. J. Pike, Wednesday, aud the burial took place near Hopewell Church the following day. Wiley Bryan Federal Fuel Commissioner for Kentucky, has appointed the following as members of the Rockcastle Fuel Committee: Dr. M. Pennington, Chairman, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dr. W. T. Amyx, Livingston, Ky. Mr. H. H. Wood, Wildie, Ky. Mr. John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. Mr. Wm. Poynter, Ht. Vernon, Ky. sold his famous grey gelding. Maydan, at Columhus, Ohio, to an Oklahoma party for $5,000. Hr. Doty won about )3,o0 in premiums with his great .saddle animal, and was .first wherever he showed with the exception of 1 the Kentucky StatJ Fair at Louisville, where he was elose up in the money but did net get the blues. Richmond Register. Any parties caught anything off the propercarrying ty of the Mt. Vernon Fair As sociation will be prosecutsd to the full extent of the law. Any information given the Association leading to the arrest of such parties will be appreciated. All persons are hereby warned to stay of these grounds. Mt Vernon Fair Association. FRESH GROCERIES of Every Kind in the Old Restaurant Building on Church Street Come in aud see us and lets get acquainted. We have a new and fre-- h line of Groceries which we are offering at as close a margin as it is possible to sell, A anted Corn 5,000 BUSHELS ZOOO BUSHELS Notick:. i A. E. ixeapcnxi Next Door to Bank of Mt. Vernon PROCTOR , Irish Potatoes 1000 BUSHELS 500 BUSHELS J. L. Cooper, Secy. C D. Sutton, Pres ixxoexi ea Sweet Potatoes s BEANS In fact I want everything in the way of PRODUCE and all you have to sell That Lingering Cold is a steady drain on your Dr. M. K. Pennington Of London WILL BE AT.THE ROCKCASTLE HOTEL MONDAY, DECEMBER The Committee met on Tuesday of this week and started an in vestigation as to fuel conditions in the county and think it will be necessary to .make some slight changes from the present prices at a few of the mines. It wili be necessary for the people at Brodhead, loone's Gap, and possibly some ether poicts in the eastern section of the county, to continue to pay $5.00 per ton for coal, as the location of the wagon miues and freight rates to those points make it impossible for them to receive coal for less money. The Committee will make an effort to have published schedule of prices that shall be charged at different points in the county by Monday, December 3rd. physical stamina. It impoverishes the blood, distresses the digestion, and exhausts your vigor. It affords a fertile field for serious infection and is likely to become chronic. Dentist You Needn't Suffer from it if you will take Peruna and use prudence in avoiding exposure. Peruna clears up Thouscatarrhal conditions. L01AL. nesnsjanl - - Act now for our mutual benefit, 3id Highest CASH PRICES Paid Beyakt's Garagr. Curduroy Corderey Suits, Pants snd Cerduroy Caps for men and beys at Fish's. ands have proved this to any fair person. Get a box of the tablets today prove it your self. Many LLA fvtUPWl TO DO DENTAL WORK PILL YOUR COAL HOUSE. Get your coal during the month of December, don't wait until after the first of the year We make this suggestion at the re quest of the Rockcastle Fuel Com ftti good. prefer the liquid form Both are At your drug gists. THE FEJH7NA COMPANY 1 If you need dental work arrange to see him early in the week of Dec 3rd RIDER MT. VERNON, KY. music n. ,2X5 Z PI THE BEAUTIFUL I -- tCJeatottMlyii ii"iir r . q n - vtf h- - itK . 'Rffa i - i i w: M r : r r : Carlyle Porter. These are two of the popular Biloxi and Gulf Springs and attractive resorts on the MISSISSIPPI beautiful Gulf Coast and reached ste) passenger If jr ia vould revel amorg the by the iouurn in ssi GULF COAST we advise vou by all means to include Biloxi or Ocean Spris. Every One of Them Said ! bea ittful of shade t,f ; trees Mothers Know That f .LI,' ' . the moaarcha Live )4W Missi.-CrOUi iprlff v.; m' the South, l6, go In Ocean Surinus, II Urink from its ruin-ftra- l tji. ftnA trains of the LOUISVILLE the NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 12 7 ft eviy fv r7jone Bank Statement, - a; J &M 1?1 ! ?- frci-ffi- !Mifieral.NoTXvrfooTj - nzftTJ ru : iwhi rssi: -- Ah ys Bears the bignatar '0 .. UJ af.W '' p T - ar n Br i,- la 3 J 7" Morphine na ' .5 tfibWzSXVUU-i"'"- - j - i i Moduli & J a r fh 'r IA and - ha t.ie at: elcll oi blicl'i l"oUU5 oi ihe Ltywil oi lue h1 m the sound. Peoples Bank, doing business at Live sinip'y anionp its plaii the town of lit Vernon County but hospitable small h'.tels 01 f Rockcastle, State of Kentucky private loarrling houses; you t the close of business on 17 day w.ll never forgot the view of f Nov. I9I7. the (iulf y. u have had, or RESOURCES. atmos)here ha' Loans and Discounts $111,482.04 you have enjoyed during your Overdrafts, secured vay 1431.53 and unsecured Lxi nr iht he called th Due from Banks.. .. 17,556 7 Ririefa of trie (ialf Coast. Il 2,724 62 Cash or hand was se;Ued by Iberville in 1699 Banking House. Fur( w :s part of th 1 tyi liaio! 1 p s 6,750 00 niture Fixtures S'S-i- i ns and was the first col Current 3,030 49 Expenses . . I i- n "rsr "We'll Deposit Our Money with the i ik YJ This Bank pays all yourtaxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. .jaiiiv 4f " and F.vrrisl-.nos- s 0 iv ilantcd by ths French it riinStlttrfrc"!"13 i lOSSOFStECP Simile Signature p B J uver lilE.t Un n . Che J 1 F". v ' ' . 6 n , :ew I ywnffiil-.-.- ! U ;' T l B "-- J E u T - aarr --- "- i f Wtt we ca i ps ATrr r c.ci Hi - south. Yes, it is true that you will rind there the old civi.izatioti Truthfully we tnd the new. nay also say thai it is one of Jie most restful, heathfnl and 'harmins' reMirts on the North mericau Continent. We have found it. most de lightful just following the Christ mas holiday! in Mid whiter; but it is also most agreeable in the summer time, as the breizts from the Gulf of Mexico fan the shore at some time of each day. Mauy legends have been cen tered at Biloxi, which doubtless had their origin from the Indian to later civilization. A grand old oak, with gnarled and twisted hanging moss branches and stands in the old churchyard of ehureh of the the Jpieture.-qu- e Redeemer-- - it has been the basis of many a legend and verso. How beautiful are those homes Total $143,353 83 "WATCH US GROW" Bank Statement. LIABILI "IKS capital St ck paid in. in cash Surplus tur.d Undivided Profits Deposits subject to check Bnel toff of W:apper. wL' 121 CM' !Y. HE THE CtNTdUl. VOPR It " m fcaga C "" ai lur JLiL'.-U yX, ii ii! H'hiiili t. t 1 lil ; : 8000 HEks 1 H i i ctandard track dirsctiy serving e 3 rublic Alabama TF iOU cr your " ticrida -- y Indiana Georgia Centmchy ! information regarding friends c : tempi ite traveling to any point and desire ser-vc- e, Total ) State et Kentucky Set, County of Rockcastle, We U G. Caker and F. L Thompson. President and Cashier of the above r.amed Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. U. G. Baker, President F. L. Thcmpson, Jr. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th day of November 1917. My commission expires Jan. 11, 1920 20.000.00 4,000 00 Report of the condition of The 6,428 24 First State Bank, doing business at the town of Livingston, County 112,925 59 of tiockcastle, State of .Kentucky at the close of business on Nov. $143,353 83 17th IQl7. When in Wlt.jVernon DROP IN OUR Loans and Discounts Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Liberty Bonds Due from Banks Cash on hand . . Checks and other . $22,181.08 NEW STORE On South Side of West Main Street i 500 00: 5,969,041 1,635.38 103.44 1,680.56 cash items .... Banking House Fur- ture Fixtures You will find our stock clean and fresh, and our prices right. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Come In and let us get better acquainted. Other Assets not included under any of above heads !l Expenses 663.74 26 fare.;, schedules, train ele., you dU find it liil! to yourinterest to.eail on Mississippi ft zlZCOVLYl 1 zisiana C . with the near : t tichei; rrent of the cr c f !. - Southc Trr efifcrl .3 sflwagr 3 ! Tennessee XT Virginia and the r; i iles and every made to make your trip a pleasant one. -' on con- - :, H. C. K IG, Diviaion Paien?er Apent M .. I cu::.; lou, Kentucky i IIS El - ' ' def oiizmoia Z mwm , .J.J.in, rr-T.MT'i.- - iH WL- - : . . mmm i: riTfc"f' SiV a i i .TrrnTrnTi.j - Ls x . .;.:.. Ai j ,; - ,,i, . 'i i .;: :,,,. ,11, .:,,:; i ....IHliMiiil iiiiliiilliil iTTTi HB II CAU 9?!li a - ttdiiLfc ff '- :R 1 trsid SU Yean Ag2, ISftB&fcf She SLe -It Ornninr Teas h Lady, Bat Now .'..., Sbcay Wosea and Praises Cardai For Ker llecovery. Says Mrs. Mary m Ki!-- ! D, Eoype C5ty, Tty. 1 .. ..I con-raeco- d birth of my little g'rl. . .my side to to hurt rr.e. I ';d to go buck Wc sailed Q doctor. lie I treated me. pot worse and wor:o was un!.. BMH I gpt no better. n-- tll the misery fc-thr- the better. Th.it was six years ago aai I am still here and am a well, stron?: woman, anJ I owe my life to Carclui. I had only taken half the bottle when I began to feel better. The misery in my side got less... I continued right on takirg the Cardul until I had taken three bottles and I d ...I was in bed i ee rack aony that I was ) !t lra a i in a knot. . . clay to this." I told my hwftaiHl if be would get Do you suffer from headache, me a bottle of Cardui I woold try It... pairs In Rides, or other discom.'.1? moutb! Gr do you feel I ccrr2r: however, that forts, it If so, weak, nervous and fagged-outirg I called my family new I sot last rive Cardui, the woman's tonic, a ma... for J. 71 baek-"r"1"?, e-L.i not need any more for I was well acd never felt better in my lire... 1 have never had any trouble from that (1 ? T 1 I XI V scz s The TY7-TVTTff-TyTYyT-yT JONAS fvicKENZIE 8 A Reliable QOO D w Old 8 8 g l.i TVe Gene ral Merchand'i se VcWyw implements g Tyrnvrntt m - LINK OF 4 4 4 tvt a eng the beach where nature has been undisturbed. Beyond the narrow streets of Old Biloxi ne can skirt again the shell Bank of Mt. Vernon,, doing busi road, past the 'home for guests" ness at the town of Mt. Vernon, and the lighthouse and be a County of Rockcastle State of welcome guest also at one or Kentucky at the close of busimore of the beoUtiful private vil ness on 17 da of Nov. iat7. las lined along the ihell road RESOURCHS Several of ihee have their own Loans ard Di counts $103,7; 6 82 private piers with ;boaf-housOverdrafts, secur d or bathing house at the eud el 1251. 8 aid unstcued he pier, way out 01 the water, Due from Fank.... 3i2i 14 rtoating, athing and (fishing are 3 224 53 on haud recreations that belong to the Cash Bunking Howe Fur- life of Biloxi nearly I ou 1,670 25 tutuie tixtu'es ah ibo year round. 710.42 Other Real Estate Bi!xi is not wholly dependent Expanse taxe-- i paid 3,062 00 .ipon tourists. It has an all population. A Tour$131,907.19 Tot.l ist Club is sustained during the LIABILITIES. winter months from a colony Capital Stock paid in, largely of middle states northern 15,000.00 in cash people who center there yearly to early spring. Surplus Fund . . . 7,000.00 from mid winter 5.4,u;;i It is an attractive adjunct t U el video: profits Nevei De . its subject. Biloxi dii'iug that, time iias the writer seen more glen 104,476 Hi to check .... ussun-et- s or more beautiful noonhghts. What more fasci $111,907.19 Total natir.g than the silvery sheen in State of Kentucky. the wake of a white sailboat as Conrt) iiff ivockeastle along. He she silentl glides We T. J Nicrley and W I Liold may be filled with oysters Richards, President and Cr.sh.tr vhieh she may be carrying to hr of the above named Bank, dotwd unloaded at some oyster houses em n!y swear that the aboe mile or so around the bend el statement is true to the best oi he bay; or it may be that with our knowledge and belief. Schrimp from deeper waters slu-i- s T. J Nicokj, Preside t liden. Ir you happen to W L. Richards. next morning, where th Subsc.ribf'd nd sworn t ooat is bciu,j unloaded you find process worth seeing. Inside fore me this 27 day of Nov. iyij My commission expires Ma of a long building all is activity and childten are 18 1&19. men women F. L. Thompson Jr. employed bv 'he hundreds in A N 0 L. h ai A 'S & TO AC H opening thcOjuUr s::vid.i. iii oysters are first dropped into As he grows older and less ac tubs of water and the last pro tire, lese and ees feed is re cess is when they are placed quired to meat the daraands f in c:sjs which are sealed an-- our bodies It too much habitu neatly labeled and then are ready ally taken, the stomach will re bel. When a man reaches the r the rrarknt. advanced age of 85 or 9, you will Be afhl fitid thai h. i: Toere are h mes fur wok' v tjaretul ,as you wih, however and tleir families who live near as vou will oerasionlv eat naore than the plants or oyst r factories you should and will feel the There is also a Settlement House need of Chamberlain's Tablets not far away with beautiful to eorrect the disorder. These1 trees about it, with kindergarten tablets do not contain pepsir and playgrounds for the child- but strengthen the stomach and enable it to porfi rm its functions ren, who are thus eared for naturally. They also eanse a while their mothers are at work gentle meveet.t of the Ijewels. at the oystt r houses. The season is short and consequently the earnings are ouly a short time of the year. Again and agun from the cod rigid winters Jef the north Wf shall seek the shores of Beau Tex Wonder euree ki4ar el Biloxi and perhaps now y.6 rnS tronMes. ditsolrea arrarel. etires UiKbetos. weak and laene barks, rheuiua a.1 rxreffularttlM uf the kMaeys and then for a respite in the summer, in m d lolh met and women. Ifaeteold y vo;:r diuviriet. .rill hent br mall on rtalso. ipt of L 'uo smalt ottle is mentht' seV'oc- fci'.e t. trrfert a cure. and So when you make up your rnatiiif nt totiai'aisls from this and other end tfW 1It Htnafc, :tate. Lr. W.I-oilr.nta for trine Rnmh hanoof..rfh It aa.ioala.Mo.Ii. Bid -. .w. ...r ! $32.633 T6tal LIABILITIES Bank Statement. Report of the condition of The Capital Stock paid in in ca'di Undivided Profits... less expenses and taxes paid . . Deposit subject to check Anna Evans Milleu. Yours for business, 7,500 00 P. Q. VERNON, KY. GRIFFIN MT. .. m m. 866.29 23 876 97 O e Total $32,633.26 ! the-year-rou- State of 'Kentucky, sCt. Couut of Rock. as tie ) We W. B. Cottongim and C. M Thompson, and Cashier of the above named Bank, do sol emnly I swear that the above statement is true to the .best el our knowledge and belief. W. H. Cottongim, C. M Thompson. Cashic-Subscribeand sworn to before me this 23rd day of Nov i9 17. My commission expires Feb.3 V.-Pres V.-Pres. d JQH IV1 000 v3 Pnrr&$ PaopTe i business man knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; witle-awak- e igi8. G. W. Murphy, N. P. likewise the progressive farmer; and, too, the business woman. We shall he glad to initiate people into details of keeping a cheeking account, WE Thos. Welch, R. G. Webb, J. P E Drummond. Directors roil WILL BE GLAD TO TAKB YOUR ORDEg THE NBW LrBHRTY LOAN BONDS. The Bank of Mf. Vernon 1 If222the Lamp Oiltfmt Saves Eyes Nothtaf U more UDport.nt la tk. horn. tba dear, rtemdj llgat. Inxar his by ttloc the oil that buraa clear and oiean without a flicker down to tae laat drop. PennayWai.la cruileoil rened ta I.rfei,tl'. Corta be mae tltsa t)ie jaaMdS mm J$ - b-t- Cbir JptjDaOpCjtJfpcMOtXJ: j ' X.LX j $ SB8AWVILL13 OWENS UNDERTAKER i Brodhead COMPLETE ; LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail' Trlvgwpi or Te! BA Ky tankwaaonolU- - aavaa MONEY sv WORK aww eyes. Your aealar Ban SOLITB OIL ia barrels direct from our werka. Chas. C. Stc!I Lexington, r H C aaaaaal a aa l Oil Co. Ky. vu, a ea jfS. v : -- si. A - y 1 aa. ffe seU the celebrated "No Carb' pi.oneror.irrs Filled I romjtiy ! er. 7v '.'- - -- i'v-r asx?1 B- I JZ Auto Oil. ii y -a . 7&C&X&X& xsptcftv 58 CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP Mrs Rose maaieion, or ureeu ville, 111 , hai had experience in in the treatment ef this disease, She ays, "When my children n had rroup were small mr frequently. Cbambenam'sCeugh Remedy always broke up these attacks immediately, and I have never been without it in the results." -- $rfc yr&xMx& B UfiDgnTAK Our line of Coach Casket :S is unezcelld l house. 1 have taken U mysi If for coughs and colds with got d MWW7 Handmade ( offins furnishec Ilarse sent to all parts of the County.) I -f "S liii-iar- -- ? t-- o - ATTPRNEYS AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will praetice in all the courts, Office in uetnurum ouuaiog. nnTinmiiu HLikiUKUri fJSL'lOCX P1.1IP V 1 w OL DLWIO " AH orders byvVire PromptlyjFilled VERXOX, KY. Sgjw'siS' J a W. A. COXf Phone 94 S M T. i .- -- "" r -- DenJocacDococ gS5555Sgi mZf& Ha