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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER wwe Keas$kL:Sait.'sas3aiifiaiir)WKS 7 1917 NUMBER 11 Berea at this present time It MODESTY OR INDIFFERwill be much harder to find iu ENCE? twe months from now Farmers i I am aking in all Mrs. Rosa A. Kiss, IIS Clinton should feed plenty and shelter whether we of Rockcas- Place, Kansas City, Missouri, writes: well in order to have plenty of tleare peculiar 1D our modesty "I was very sick with Catarrh milk and butter ter tne lamny or whether we are indifferent to and Bronchitis. I aJ?o had a c: ' and some to spare for the towns ward our obligations? This is an in the head. I used Peruna and aia well pleased with the results. Tt near by. age that is breaking all precedhas done me a great deal of g- - d. .SAVE STRAW. I do not need any other metlcln.-- . ents. Rockcastle, too. has made I Recommend can cheerfully recommend it to r.ny cpctior.s there is a short history, but few of us know what In one who is troubled witi cr.tchirg cold frequently or any on wao has age of forage. Straw slacks, es- - the "others have done and still a chronia cough or catarrh. not be fewer ostsids of the county PE-RU-N- A pecially of oats sho.ild Those wishing furihsr particulars concerning my case may writs m. preset ved oats know that we have done anyWeil wasted. Those Be rouguage thing. I would not have m cine? canwho object to liquid medi- will sure to enclose a stump and I straw makes excellent secure Peruna tablets. aii3rver." ter stock, and any and all straw boast, but those who have made .. : : is worm preserving in secuuus contributions to County, State or where the hay crop is short or Nation deserve some of the recin sections where shortage ex- ognition that other, similar ists. Straw should always be are receiving. for bedding, feeding, and saved The production and conservafertilizer. tion campaigns that were made POULTRY. in this county were very educaOur poultry should be well tional, and those who were unhoused and fed this winter, be- selfish and even sacrificing in cause eggs are going to be high. this work deserve much credit. Mt. Vernon, Kentucky The poultry house should be The people throughout the counonce. This can be built ty responded with a very fine built at out of rough slabs, waste lumber spirit. The cellars, pantries and and coffee sacks. It should be barns and cribs bear eloquent uig enough for the chickens to testimony that a new day has have room to scratch during the dawned in Rockcastle. HEfiflE&ET I have heard unqualified comday, or it should have a shed mendation of the tomatoes that built on the south or south-easterto were canned by the "Club Girls" side for the chickens if you need anything scratch in or sun during the of Rockcastle, but 1 have heard cold days :of winter. Save the this in private oaly. Most of K K V one representing the latest style turnips, cabbage and small pota- these girls are mere children and Prescription Work a Specialty toes for the chickens this win- public recognition of their efficevery one boring the skill of ient work would mean a chalenge ter. Gaiher acorns, hickory the rnasrvr- - designer. Every one embodynuts, and walnuts, crack them to their progressive best. PHON-- E No other appeal that has ever and throw them in to chickens, ing the workmanship. In all the roguish materials. aud let them pick out the ker- been made to this county has On sale tomorrow at 8:30. nels. Your reward will be more found its way to ,our hearts so readily and has called forth such eggs for the table. generous response as ,did the MORE HOGS AND SHEEP. Army Y. M. C. A. The best possible means of appeal for the investrelieving the meat situation This is the biggest single ment that Rockcastle has made .vould be to increase the ni,wber in young man hood. Has any of hogs on every farm. For county in this Commonthe average ;small farmer hog other wealth given three times its apand poultry offers the most efmay always be expected fraaj in this work? Had fective means of increasing the portionment a squre dealer. We deal in at any time in the Jefferson county done this, every meat out-pu- t Squares and every other esin Louisville would near future. A special cam- daily paper sential for Carpenter. And news throughpaign ter the increasing hog have carried the the Tools we sell are ea the in head lines that production in the next twelve out the State square, accurate, strongly . months is being planned and will would have crowded the world made and of the vary bed off of the front page. oe pushed vigorously by all of war and most reliable materials. Again, no young man from r.r.'.rtt.iLgT?' the executive forces in all the All trades supplied wits, all Louisville has received a comsouthern states. It should not necessary Tools. Alse, we w-- n pa mission without receiving such have the cor:i, we know how to be forgotten however, that to County Council of Robert carry general Hardware bake corn bread and we can eat the number of hogs profit public recognition of merit that dailines of the best qualities st it fresh. We also have the mills ably there must be ample food every reader of Louisville's Spence Speaks to National Defense Kentucky-metropolithe most satisfactory prices. jlm. li n ii .t i; i uv.1 it. supply to keep them in good ly papers teels that this iiitrac ill l is proud of her sons. The whole nation is leing some of the reasons why we the conditio. It has been found by affected by the present rapid should use more corn bread frequent demonstraters that the Their pictures have often found CORN GATHERING. change in business and social than ever before. easiest and cheapest way to pro- their way before the public and conditions, every locality being always a biographical sketch has Here in Rockcastle County As corn has been so badly duce pork in the south is aitectea most in lines where the we have never raised sufficient frost-bitteiu this section, it rea rotation of good told who they are. Rockcastle ueman i exceeds the local supply, wheat for our bread. We have luires a great deal of care and at- pasture crops, such as alfalpha, has some sons who have received aud while the Food and Fuel Ad- - never known a year wben r tention for this corn. In gather- crimson clover, vetch, oats, wheat commissions. Allen aud J. H. ruiristrators are helping solve load after carload of was ing, the corn should be seper rye, barley, rape ect , followed Harnett received commissions as 2Vlt these problems, they will never not shippad iu from other coun- ated. Thoroughly manured corn by such grain crops as Captains and E. B. Thompson be brought to normal during the ties and other states. We al- should he placed in one crib and cowpeas, peanuts, ect. With an was commissioned Lieutenant war, which is as likely to last ten ways buy large quantities of sappy damaged corn in another. abuudauce of these crops n rota It is up to Rockcastle to let the years as to end in one. So all mill feed for our be better to leave this tion very little corn is required rest of Kentucky know who stock. We It will the business men, farmers and have line opportunities to raise corn in the field on the stalk to produce large qumities of these boys are and to let. these laborer- should unite in an eforl sheep, though we don't produce than to put it in the crib. 1 pork at a very moderate cost. young men know that we appreto makt the sparsely populated of the wool to make will dry faster, and the moisture vVe must remember the three ciate the honoi that tneir effici rural districts and small towns as our woolen clothing. will evaporate from the cob much B's are very important ifactors in ency has brought to tbem and to nearly independent of outsidt. We cannot furnish money quicker if left in the field, espec- winning the war Beans, bread, us. supplies of food, clothing and to clothe, feed, equip with arms ially on the standing stalks. Paducah was not slow to let u Well. and bacon. fuel as possible ard lessen the and ammunition, transport and said the presiothers know that Mr. RutherCorn has been damaged at To be continued. shippn g of raw material out and pay salaries to our quota of the least thirty per cent, and much gave up a big Paducah ford dent of the company to old George, finished products back, which National Army, but we can do care should be given to the savCATARRHAL DEAFNESS church to take an Army Y. M. C. congests freight traffic and to something; we must do our best ing of the other seventy per goes it ? ff CANNOT BE CURED A. secreaary's place. This Mr. this extent interferes with the while our best young men have cent. by local applicatons, as they can- Rutherford is working in same "Fair to middlin', sir," George answered as shipment of munitions of war. It realized the need of wiuning this he continued to curry the old horse. 'Me an' not reach the diseased portion of Y. M. C. A unit with E. R. Geu-tr- y LIVE bTOCK. is of great importance that wher- - war and are wiilingly training in this here hoss." George said, "has worked for the ear. There is only one way from Mt. Vernon. Mr. Ru Ample provision for the shel to cure catarrhal deafness and ever possible food be conveyed the art of self defense in times to your inn sixteen years.'' therford is only an adopted son. direct irom the producer to the come when shot and shell till the tering and feeding of live stock, that is by a constitutional ?reme-d- of McCracken county, but Mr. "Well, well." said the president, "I supposa for the winter should be made. consumer. Catarrhal Deafness is caused Gentry is a native born son of you are both pretty well thought of," air and liquid tire and poison The privilege of having an gasses surround them; practicing All surplus stock and uudesira by an inflamed condition of the Rockcaslle, and Rockcastle should "H'ni,"' said George, the both of us was ble animals should be sold. Ii mucous lining of the Eustachian of meat has abundance been the the bayonet thrust, which took sick last week, and they got a doctor for honor her own. abused by our people. Many means the probability of man to is very desirable, however, that Tube. When this this tube is the hoss, but they just docked my pay! " This article is not meant as a families think no meal is com- man warfare, and preparing to the female live stock, suitable inflamed you have a rumbling criticism of any one individual, George oughtn't to complain. The complete without one or more kinds meet all the horrors of this terri- for breeding purposes, be saveo sound or imperfect hearing, and but is intended for all of us to pany paio1 him each day for his work. They of meat, when in fact we are in ble war. They are preparing to at this time. when it is entirely closed, Deaf the (extent that we are guilty. fed the horse every day for his work. The DO NOT SELL THE ju ring our health by excessive fight for their lives and our ex-i- s horse knew nothing and could do nothing but uess is the result. Unless the I astr. again, very seriously, have FAMILY COW. use of meats and at the same teece as a free nation, so let can be reduced and we not an obligation about which inflammation eat his oats as they were given him. He had time helping the Kaiser. no way to prepare jor the future. This may appear to be a good this tube restored to its normal we have been too modest or tonone of us abuse the freedom we It means much to the cause have; let none of us be careless time to sell the family cow, or the condition, hearing will be destroy- ward which we are unpardonibly But it was ditferent with George. He had of Liberty that we eat more corn and think we can go on in the family dairy herd, because prices ed forever. Many cases of deaf- indifferent? the advantage of.mind the advantage of lay-in- g bread and thus tnable this county same old way, regardless of are high, and ty is easy to sell; ness are caused by catarrh. which away each day for sixteen yeare a little H. T. Young. to Europe. others less fortunate We are but suppose we sell? What is is an inflamed condition of the to ship more whea bit to take care of him when he was sick or CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH laid off. There is more nutrition in a all in this war; let us train and gained? Frices for milk aud but- mucous. surfaces. Hall's Catarrh REMEDY. pound of wheat than in a pound fight the battles of larger produc- ter are high. Seems higher when Medicine acts thru the blood on of corn; hence more food, less tion and less consumption. we buy than we sell. Perhaps the mucous surfaces of the sys This is not only one of the best will damage more bread. Corn we are crossing the "Stream," tem. and most efficient medicines fcr We will give One Hundred Do- coughs, colds and croup, but is from shipping in bulk than will referred to by Abraham Lincoln KY. wheat; European people do not HOW TO PREVENT CROUP. wjien he advised against "Swap- llars for any case of Catarrhal also pleasant and safe to take, In a child that is subject to ping horses" while crossing the Deafness that cannot be cured by which is important when mediknow how to bake corn bread which to attacks of croup, the first indi- stream. In any case, will it not Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circu- cine must be given to children. ,no mills on and have grind the corn. Bread must be cation is hoarseness. Give Cham- be better if the family cow and lars free. All druggists, 75c. Many mothers have given it in large quantities and far berlain's Coogh Remedy as soon the family dairy herd are kept baked J. C. GRHTIN, W. KJ. Cheney & Co. .Toledo, O. their unqualified 'endorsement. COrTONGIM, back irom the front. Wheat as the child becomes hoarse and by those who know how to make ent President bread will keep longer and be ed- the attack may be warded off and them most productive? Butter FCR FLETMUB C M. THOMPSON, Cashier ible iMaa will aura bread. We all danger and anxiety avoided and cream are hard to find io Catarrh and Bronchitis and Cold in the Head cv.-j- u; ; . - con-tribute- R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST 5 i Unusual Values in Coats EV n CALL ON US in the drug line 39 $25 Coats $ & MT. VERNO 0 A SUTTON Square Deal McBEE KY. Mh I -- The Agent in-ctea- se s I Farmer n - car-flou- soy-bean- s, Vernon, c. c. cox George' Opoosite Court House - one-tent- This Difference "how y. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, CAPITAL 15,000 00 It Vice-Presid- WtHraa . CASTORI4 mmmmmmiSBmmuumQmMlllimaam'mm Mi.VtRNON SIGNAL k . we had a few ay, Dec. 7, iyi; Rue sk d every Ftiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. WCUVTCOJI VKAH $1. Advertising rates mate known on amplication MEMBER OF KENTUCKV PRBS8 ASSOCIATION .STSiJftfr On or about December flar-Savin- i, lylT Stamps ar! I'mted States Thrift Stamps (together with Thrift Cards anc with War Saviugs Certificates, su.lahle pocket envelopes foi gejafc certificates) will be furnish ed (lj to Kst offices ter sale to public and to agents of the first class, and (2) to federal Reserve Banks, as fiscal agents of tot United btates, for distribution t ajronis of the second class, and also for sale to banks, which an agents of the first class. Po.--' offices and Federal Reservt Banks will maintain available supplies of stamps, certificates., and cards in amounts sufficient U m net the requirements for sue! distribution and sales. Hunks, bankers, and trust com panies; railroad and express com panies; department and other retail stores: the duly authorize H'prescntativcs of labor, fraternal, and other associations; ant Certificate other corporations, partnerships, and individuals who patriotically offer their services without expense, either to the United State; or to purchasers, will be anions those whom the secretary of tin '1 reasur.y will in his discretioi. apK)int as agents to sell stamps, certnicates, and cards. Blank forms of application foi appointment as agent. witl necessary information as to ex cution and tilling, may be ob money-oide- i taitied from any )est office, from agent banks, oi from State or local representatives oi tbe National War Saving Appointments wil Committee. bj made only under authori.a t;oii el the Secretary of the Tieas ury. No agent shall sell any Uuite States Thrift Stamp at any price other than 85 cents for eacl Cei stamp, vol an War-Saving- s titkate Stamp at any price othei than the curieut issue piice o such stamp during the mouth which said, as hereinabove speci 11 fied. LIVINGSTON UOBLKT WARREN and Miss Fannie Oakley, motored to Mt. Vernon, Sunday, and got marrieo. Mr. Warren is the son of Milton Warren, of Scaggs creek. He is t nice young man and holds a position WiUi tnc i ix. N. R. R. Co. Miso OdK-leis the beautiful and accomplished giandaaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carpenter. They left for Corbin ana other towns on their honeymoon trip. Later they will take up tnen abode in Livingston. We wish them a long and happy life. Charley Thompson, our most efficient ana accommodating cashier 01 The First State Bank, was in Mt. Vernon, Sunday. J, A. Mounce has moved his family into one of R.G.Webb's houses on High street D. B. Rambo has purchased a house and lot from Harry Gehriug, price $ 1 ,3 50.00. Mr . Rambo sold a house and lot to N. H. y moments with the dis- yars, passed to his reward Novem- your new job you can not hurt tinguished writer from dredhsad ber 2lgt, after a long Ulaass lasting the MaoMut eh area. Jewel set li We informed him that vnen he re- since February. He wars an old Vet- up and said "The gar ef Mp-1ceived this copy of the Signal he eran of the civil war. He was laid i shall not prevail against it". would think that the forked and to rtft November 22nd, at Moberly You passed a slor on Livingston, vivid lightning was shooting its burial ground, on Gauley branch. charging me with the failure to fiery darts toward earth and was Ms. G. W. Murphy and children. shell down all the money you striking near Brodhead; that he have letuniad home after apleasan1. wrt. I did not hinder them. would think that he heard the deep- - visit with Mrs. Anna Idol, of Cincin- They are doing like m just as toned thunder rolling across the1 nati, 0 io. -- D.H.Henson, of London, thev please. You have overheard vaunted sky. and he would think and J.L. ,. .S. and Miss Delia Henson that too, have you ! I know Liv- .... .:::.. j in wild commo- of Woclridge, Ten.i., atterdd the inswj ;k si rue t U S ft yrv. tion and a storm spirit was howling funeral of their lather, Jonn O. Hen-son- . Thtty ulo aa koou is Uie Lest and We are pleased to have A. H true as the truest. Mr. Gentry in the air. Miss Ruth Painter enterKinsar, formerly of London, locate your speech at Liviugston flag tained the following at her home Thursday the twenty-nintMisses his home in our little city. Mr. Kin-ce- r raising day, you said most of oar is an oil driller and is busily ei -- inventions wen from Germany S'.ella and Minnie Pigg, Edith Jones, G hews your great learning. You B:una Ward, Edwarcs, gaged near Crab Orchard, Ky. W. Murphy was in Mt. Vernon last are honest and true to the U. S. Maud Evens, Bernila Johnson. Fred mt overhearing, overseeing mid Evans, Mat Keith, and Bryan Begley, frVioay Oil business. verlooking. Listen Electricity London ; Evert Mull ins. of Mt. all of American; loco liscoveren by Vernon ; Maurice Cottongim, Soden by an Englishman; motives Carter, Forest Slirock, Scott Dicker-soBaUiesbarg. Mia. and A. P: Lem aster. AH report teain Mail by 1.0 American, sew-- l7. Nov. ng maohine by an American, Maurice Cottongim a nice time. ;uhmarin. by nn American, tele and Scott Dickerson. motored ovei Dear Ma id all: tle-jhon- e Will answer your kint rraph by an American, In answer to to London, Monday. by a scoter-cuan- , kite by a our Brodhead friend in regard to tht letter just today wbkt paltry sum of $73.00 raised here foi is Sunday. Was glad to hvai Scotchman, aeroplane bv at. Vmerican, machine gun bv an Y. M. C. A., from you all the benefit of the Army I am well and letwill say in the outset that we will ting along just fine. VVhII I American, Atlantic '.anle by an was a small amount have been to see Arthur Masei American. Mr. Gentry the Liv admit that this and we would have been pleased coday, and be is uimosb well ht ingston people watit you to tell had it been much more as we know just got two of his fingers cut of) what Germany has invented so that the Y. M. C. A. is a great thing, and he will be out of the hos wonderful. With best wishes to but this is all that was made up pital 111 a few more days. You you and a heart ready to forgive, beg to remain, We do not think that the Brodheac cell his folks net to worry about Your friend, him. Well you said for me I man should hand Livingston a F. M. JONES. lemon over it, for men have gone liae ,'ooie pictures made anr from here and volunteered in tht send home. I will have sonit You know w army, what more can Brodhead made pay-da? If you will visit our town you eft Camp Taylor just before pay say I will on the .vill see a seventy-foo- t pole placec Jay aid cane down here, and of near the center of town with a ten ,ve did not get : ny pay day lasi by eighteen American flag, with the Month so we will get two payi9i7 at my place near Conway, stars and stripes floating in the air Jays in oue which will be s,xt 1 Ky. offer for sale to the highest vhich shows we.are patriotic. What iollars. Tell aunt Susie I will oidder: more can our Brodhead friend say ! send her one el' my pictures m black mare ttU hands high and Wei about i2 years old; 1 black mare vVe have purchased over $2,500.01 .0011 as I get them made. worth of Liberty Bonds which show: nam ma all uf the boys from uj 15 hands high, a splendid saddle e are patriotic. Can our frienc chere are getting aloug fiae a mare and works anywhere seven far as I know. VVe are not all years old: 1 bay say so much ? A year or more age mate 16 hands Bob Mul high, loyearsold, a good brood bonds were voted on the county tc in the same company. ouild a pike through the county ins and I are 111 the same com mare, works anywhere and is in with foal by a got d jack; from the Laurel county line to tht oany. Well i have been mare mult-tBrother Griffin today. He is Lincoln county line. It is most years old in Spring $y2 well and likes Army life fine. hands and 1 inch high; 1 mare completed from Mt. Vernon to tht CJeorge is a mighty good boy, I mule, Lincoln county line. What did Liv5 years old in spring, 15 like him as well as auy boy I ever hand h'gh, good gentle work ingston do to get a pike through oui net. I saw Grant Mullins last mule; 1 short born milch con-- 5 town ? We raised by subscription night. He is well and looking years old. fresh in February; $2,600.00, that is something Brod-iieanne. Say. mamma, do not pay 3 heifers, 2 years old 2 freh in did not have to do. You got my attention to what you hear spring; 8 fat bogs, your pike out of the bond issue. 90a bu bel of ibout us boys leaving here. I corn, 150 bales of !'v aid o.--t This and other reasons is why w; jan't be patriotic, as our friend calls leard to day that all of us drafted straw, 150 bosbebt at oats. 20 ooys would be at home by first bushels of buck wheat. it. So, Mr. Robins, take it all and 3 cultivaf March, and we would never tors, 2 riding, 1 walking; 2 turn all, Livingston is not so bad after o to France. Did you all read ing plows, No. 12; 2 corndrilk; all. While we never have had one ibout the flood in Germany' double shovel; 1 set of harness; word to say against the good peoThey say it rained six days and some household furniture. ple of Brodhead, nor do we wish tc lights and run those Germans Terms of Sale: Amounts speak aught against them, but wis! out of their trenches. I think to say to our friend that every man the war is about over. Every has not the good fortune as to be one here says it wont last till born with a silver spoon in his spring, and you know it will takt mouth, as is the case with some nine months to get us draftee we could mention. Our friend saic boys ready for the front. Tht he was informed that we had re war can't last that long. Mamm. signed our position with the L. &. r. lon't worry about us ever hav and had accepted a position at ing to cross the pond. We wil. Deputy Juig3 under Dr. R G. Webb never have to cross, and this We will say this is a sad mistake drilling is good for us boys. We We Democrats are in control of the are all fat and lazy as hogs. It it United States and the State, and we warm aud pretty down here. We want you G. O. P.s to have the little do not wear anj have to town offices. Now, Mr. Robins, il coats. It is about like tbe you wish to meet with as good a first of September out thert. people as the Sun ever shown up- Veil I don't know much to writt on or as patriotic, who have given this time. I wrote you a letter up their sons to help Uncle Sam last Tuesdsy and 1 guess I will win a glorious victory in France; a get an answer before you get this people whose latch string is always ne. Tell Mary L. I will write on the outside, come to Livingston her in the next letter. 1 is aland you can meet them. Perhaps most supper time. Tell John you will meet them with their and Clyde hello. Tell them to of overalls on and black from the days' talk to the girls for me. I have toil, but we will guarantee that they not spoken to a girl in over two are not the high colored class or the months. There is nothing . ..-h: An Open Letter To The Latiitrs CHRISTMAS OPENING MONDAY, DEC. TOffi j I -- ! n, From Camp Shelby ri - far as men are concerned in your J Sogiving, may we not look forward tcChristan op mas re;ivd portunity to be of service to you ? Practical and useful gifts for the personal wear and use of men may be found here in abundance. From Hats to Hosiery the prices are moderate the range of choice is complete, as may be seen from the following gift suggestions : J y. PUBLIC SALE Shirts Collars Gloves Delta Neckwear Handkerchiefs Underwear Mufflers Hats Robes Umbrellas Sweaters difficulties in replenishing Jewelry Hose Night Shirts Pajamas -- 18th day December With the present stocks, we earnestly invite you to make your selections at the earliest possible moment. 1 Drummond's under $5.C0 cash in hand, over $5.00, nine months credit with apnr'-ve- 1 , d per oBt interest, or for c security, nrte bearing 6 per centoff The Beautiful Gulf Coast MOBILE, y ALA. ih. John C. MlSACLat "MOTHER OF MYSTICS" ville & Nashville Railroad- The early explorers did well when thv founded tbe French colonics, which were begun under the brothers de Bienville and So! "Here we Rest", according to the meaning of the word "Alabama". We are at a terminal el a delightful trip on the Louis- Hakky .Jones, Auctioneer. 1 Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTOR A FOR I d'iberville. Prof, Tony Diecidue AND HIS S.B.M.S. Give LONDON BAND A Recital At The GRADED SCHOOL BUILDING Will MT. VERNON ON SATURDAY, DEC. 15 PROGRAM Consists Mrs. Laura out looby soldier Borders, of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting to eat what they her mother' Mrs. Sarah Mahaffey. kid-glove Johnnies. here boys, too lazy want. Write Band Selections, Hawaiian Music by Mandolin Club, Saxophone Quartets, Vocal and other solos Oliver for $750.00. Mr. Gehring moved his family to Lebanon Junc-JtioEdgar Cottongim writes from Omaha, Ieb., that he likes it well and that a lot of the soldier boys will get a ten days' furlough and that he expects to spend the holidays with homefolks at Livingston. Misses Jalett, Geneva and Hazel Griffin have returned from a few days' visit with their brother, Claud, at Buckeye J. H. Walton, who has been very low for a few days is somewhat improved, but is in a very feeble conditioa Rice Walton, of Pineville, is with his father here Dr. Gravely, of Brodhead; Messrs Jonas McKenzie, W. M. Poynter, James Griffin, W. M. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, and a Mr. Row, of the Scaggs Creek section and our old friend John Robins, of Brodhead, all merchants, were here Monday, en route to Richmond, to atteuu a meeting of the Retail Merchants, and as luck n. REPLY TO E. R. GENTRY. My good friend said he overheard me say a lot of things. Ye Mr. Gentrv you heard over the top of the truth. Eavesdrop-er- s hear no good of themselves. He said I did vehemently attack the Y. M (J. A. This is not true. I said to my seat mate they do a lot, in different ways but some things they did I condemn. One was pool room, another was al lowing ciararetts smoked in their buildings, card tables etc. This I will do private and public. I said not one word about dance halls but my seat said that not me I did not call them gambling halls or dens and God's record will show that I did not. But I did say that certain games that they run will leara boys hew to company thought it necessary. gamble Rut at he was everWalter Browning: of Maywood, was bearing, we can let him off. He in Livingstjn, Tuesday, visiting rela- said something of my fearing it tives and went from here to Corbin. woold ruin the Baptist church. toad Join 0. Heasen, aged seventy-on- e Ubmo, Mr. Geatr Asher and his sister. Mrs. L. H. Davis, are in Louisville shopping this week. The round house and car repair men are all smiles over their foreman, F. W. Oakley, who is successor to J. H. Browning. Mr. Oakley is sure the right man in the right place and we are pleased to have him and his family in our little city. Born, to the wife of Victor Owens a fine girl December 1st. Hog kill ing seems to be the order of the day and happy is the man that has a few porkers. F. Maris, who has been assistant master of trains, located at Livingston for several years, has been transferred to Lebanon Junc tion and made master of trains of the L. B. Division of the L.&N.,and RD.Smith has been appointed assistant master of trains in his stead, with headquarters at Livingston. In the last week a night switching crew has been put on at Livingston yards. Traffic was so heavy that the C. J. soon. ADMISSION CALLED HER 35c and 26c 1 which leads to attractive hills and ravines, upon which are located oeautiful southern homes old and new and the shell roads are a boon to the automobihst. There are lew cities in tbe world which possess so many beau-til- ul streets 'hat miht be termed boulevards -- Some of them resemble small portions of Pat is, trance or Brussels, Belgium aa it was before the present devastation from the European war. These streets in Mobile are lined with some Monarchs of a century of Nature's production the grand old elm and water oaks, and not a few are'embellisae i bv the hoary gray hanging moss that sways with the passing breezes. Government street is tb most imposing, and branching from it are many attractive parklike streets made beautiful through the care of civi ; cooperation. There can scarcely be found a drive more beautiful by Nature own painting than along Mobile Bay, by sunset in the summer time, or at Autumn it is one never to be forgotten. Mobile is a city of education, culture and perhaps interesting-conservatism- , yet it is a city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of the old regime of French, English and Spanisi. It is a city that has been "under five flags,'' and many et s people bear the distinctive features of their ancestors, in its man worn ?n, and courteous "old school" fine looking even beautiful men. Mobile is fast becoming an ail year round resort, with fine H tels, and all centering around its historic and beautiful Bienv.le up-to-da- te ducts of the interior come dewn these rivers: cotton and lumber in large quantities is seen, and coal from furthur north. Mobile harbor affords accomodation at her wharfs for both commercial and tourist traffic. The city of Mobile is some thirty miles from the Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the broad winding entrance to this city, Mobile which has a population of 75,000 souls. From the water's edge there is a gradual rise of the land Mobile lies at the mouth of the Mobile River, which is formed bv the junction of the Alabama and Toinbigbee rivers. Many pro- V, i Your loving son, Wilue Mullins. FAMILY TO HER Dfc, Says Texas anal Life? VaafiM Now Six Teen Ago, Takkbg Shs Is a WeB, Higk Streag Won Sbe Lad, Bat fraiaes Cardrf Per Her Recovery. Rotm Ctty. Ttt. Mis. Mary Kil-aa, af this plaoa, aays; "After d birth at my lltti girl. . .my aid to hart m. I ha4 to so bek to bad. Ws called the doctor. He treated me.. .bat I got no better. I got worse and worse until the mlaary was &Bbearable...I was la bed for three aaeaths and suffered each agony that I was hist drawn up la a knot . . . I tefd my husband H he woold get as a bottle of Oardol I would try It. . . I iwraantod taking however, that, evening I called my family about me... ter I knew I could not last I had a ohaago for oon-maaoa- te That was afx years ago am atlll here aad an a well, b treag woaaa. and I ewe my life to CarduL I had only taken half the bottle whoa I began to feel better. I the better. The misery la my aide got less... X continued right on taking the Cardnl et Ifvstica " because she was the first to originate the "Mardi Gras," and she yearly til calls thousands to herself at that festival time. Those desiring outdoor recreation will find it in and are md Mobile, in abundance. Small steamers ply between her subn ai health r sorts; beautiful Fairhope, Battles Wharf, Point Cear, t'wgrnnliH Springs, ind othei attractive spots; which are m.de more beautiful by Nature's hand, and where health-givinozo c is freely given from the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a fine Country Cub, plenty of good fishing, and automobihng over roads that ca no be surpassed. Old Mobile is unlike any other city on the Gulf. She ha r own attractions, as well as those of her surroundings. A few weeks stay there and mingling with her people cannot be bu: a ell spent. She is also a city of Clubs, and gennine hospitality A Tourist Welcome Club, among others, heartily welcomes all vUitora to this city of de Bienville and d'iberville Carlyle Porter. Mobile is located in the beautiful Gulf Coast region and meg iently reached from the north by the supurb steel passenger trains of the Louisville & Nahville Railroad. Advertisement. Mobile is often called "The VI Square V;ier -- g ' 10-2- 6, 11-1- 6, 12-7- s until I had taken three bottles and I did not need any more for I was well aad never felt better In my life... X have never had any trouble from that day tethia" Bo you softer from headache, palaa la idea, or ether dlseom-forteach month? Or do you feel weak, nervous sad fagged-out- ? If so, give Cardnl, the woman's tonic, a baefe-aehe. yStert 4l ic our-Xmasl l wrHi PHOEMX J"'",? y Notice:; Any parties c. off th I- SILK HOSE s, haplB'sy jfj- - tify .l W J. n THE CASH STORE veroon P.ir As sociauon will be prosec td to the full extent of the law. Any information given the As ia. tion leading to the arres of such parties will be apprecia ed All persona are hereby wirneu to stay of these grounds. Mt Vernon Pair Association. J.L.Cooper.Scy. CD.3attoPu "2Jhi ..nt - . VLRNON SIGNAL 7, 1917 BRODHEAD I Vjcrnon Ky, Dec. 1 I f wuoi eae with SIGNAL up ''Mo. toComm unl- - 4 7 W X7 LouiavuLC & Nashvillc RR Co. TIME TABLE. 5 52 P B uona 4 m norm South J as. 3:50 11:43 13 sou:h am am tl 12:13 a m Landrum, Agent. Ky. Potoice mail matter. Phone No. 8. Filtered t the ss Mt Vernon, second-clas- s PEK80ML Emmet Bryant is re orted do ing nicyly Miss Edith Moore is with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore. C. D. button was in Cincinnati last wefk buying goods. Miss Pat Perkins is with her sister, Mrs. W. G. UcBee. Dr. Denny, of Lancaster, dentist, ;s thinking of locating here. E. R Gentry is located at Y. M. C. A. Building No. I58, Camp ' Taylor. . Aunt Jennie tiurd has returned from a three mouths stay in Harlan eounty. I r ') t M Mrs. E. K. Gentry is in Wolfe aed Lee counties in the interest of the Canning Club business. Sam Maharg and Ed Smith and families el the Hiatt section were with Mr. and Mrs. J. C Moore bunday. Chester Lsndrmn has gone to Crestview, Fla. on account of his heahn. He has a good job with the L & N at that place. Jimmy Grifhn is the new operator at Wildie. He is working for O. D. Bryant while Mr. Bryant is with his brother Emmet during his sickuess. Mn. Mayme Ulick, of Covington, is with Judge and Mrs. G.M. Ballard this week. She tells us for the, lightning thai that her brother, Bill iiallard has dashes ironi the Electric Lightb joined the U. S. Army. of that good town and from the Lieutenant E. B. Thompson is pen of the mau with an alebr. with home folks for a few oays. education. The gasoline mill el He has been assigned to Et. San. R. H. Hicks will be run by a Houston, Texas and will report competent miller every Tuesda there for duty Dec. 15th. and Friday. Mrs. ti. L. Tuarp, Mesdames. M. Pennington, T. and littie sou, Master Gravel) Richard Earris, of Junction City, were J. ahcely aud.W. L. and Messrs Tom Ball and Evert tl with the family of J. it. Cass Mr. and Mrs. A. E. M ullins attended Red Cross meet- last week. Albright were in Stanford last ing in Lexington Monday. Friday. Earl Phillips sold hit Mrs. Minnie Anderson, and farm adjoining tne homestead of daughter, Miss Mattie Chesnut, late j. T. Tate to H. C. Jones have gone to Hamilton, Ohio, U the ror lr- -, 700.00. Morgan Say lor, see Lloyd and Ouier 'Chesnut anc the 14 year old son of Mr. ana will probably locate there. Mrs. M. C. iSaylor, of the Hiait of Langdoi; Miss Sproule, section, while out hunting last yesterday for her Memorial left Saturday, accideutly dropped hit home near ,Pittsburg, Been., on uu which was discharged anc account of her health. She hope the full load struck his right to be able to return the tirst of liand almost tearing away tt today . the year. member. 4Bis doming caught The ladies of the Christian Mrs. W. ;G. McBee, who was tire and it war-- with much difficalled to Stanford last week on culty that he succeded 111 suixiu-io- g church will give a Bazaar in the account el the serious illness of the flames. He was brought Miss Kate Moore store room on her brother, Bryan Perkins, has to the residence of Dr. W. E.Car Friday Dec. 14 and 15. Send in returned home and repot ts her ter, and with the assistance 01 vour donations Thursday so as brother better. Dr. E. J. Brown aud D. B to give them time to arrange. A C. L. Davis, Willie Davis and Southard, of Stanford, the mang liberal donation is asked as the Virgil M ullins left yesterday led hand was amputated. The proceeds go for some necessary morning for Louisville to join the operaciou was very successful needs to the church. navy. The two Davis boys en- and the Oey is getting along alnotick tered the hospital department right. Walter fiobius left TuesYou are bound by law to keep while Virgil M ullins went in ss day for Tampa, Florida, where yourselves advised of all proceedan apprentice seaman. he will likely locate. Jim Tyree ings relating to vou. Any failnas moved his family to the prop- ure to keep the local Board property he bought in Pulaski. Chas. erly posted, as to your address LOCAL. Morris, of Maywood, was visit- in case you change said address Mt. Vernon and Livingston ing the lamily of Eld. L. school notes will appear next week. Bowling tnis ween. Mr. and from that given on your regisImpossible to get reports in this Mrs. A. E. Albright left for Nor- tration card, may result in your losing right to claim .exemption issue. ton intirmary Louisville, Mon- or discharge. J. M. Craig shipt from here day evening, where we underOn or shortly after Dec. 15th, today a car load 1,100 bushels-buckwh- eat, stand Mrs. Albright underwent the new Questionnaires will be which goes to Penn- an operation Wednesday morn- mailed to every man who regisWe failed to He paid $1.50 per ing at ten o'clock. sylvania. tered JJune 6th. These Quesof the operation learn the nature bushel tionnaires must be returned withand at this time we do net know in 7 days after date of mailing to The prize winning essays, the success of it, but we hope ter this Local Board properly filled which were reproduced in the her a speedy recovery. Mr. ana out. Signal, were moso credible and Mrs There has ..been appointed by J. W. Tate and Dr. and worthy papers and are deserv- Mrs. W. F. the President a committee conLCarter accompaniea ing ef more than passing notice. them. L. N. Bowling held ser- sisting of Messrs C. C. Williams, G. M. Ballard and J. A. Owens Miss Martha Riekels, ef Ham- vices at Paint Lick Sunday. located bere in Mt. Vernon who ilton. Ohio, formerly of Mt. Mesdames E. B. Newland, J. B. will be glad and willing to help Vernon, underwent an operation Frith and L. M. Brown were in you property till out this. form. in fact it is urged by the" Govfor appendicitis last Monday. Mt Vernon Wednesday between is in the Mercy Hospital at trains. Claud Owens, who has ernment that vou consult with She any of these men before tilling Hamilton and aing nicely. been working in Cincinnati, is at out your papers so as to fill local chair- home. Emmett Maddox sold a tbem out correctly.. Remember Dr. M. Pennington man of the Foe) Commission, was small tract of land to B.. Clark, to return these papers within 7 days after date marked on them in Louisville yesterday consult of Bell county for $245.00. Mrs. There is a serious penalty for ing the Federal Authorities rela- Elizabeth J. Hall sold a farm near failure to do so. prices. He Ottawa to Isaac Johnson WedLocal Board for tive to Rockcastle wi'l report possibly next week. nesday for $i,i00.0o. When a Rockcastle County. e . - The writer had the pleasure oi seeing the Deputy or Assistant Mayor of the citv of Livingston last Monday. A gentleman from M t. Vernon ask him "what has been the matter witn wnn you Bill?" He said "I've been sick for two weeks see this nose ?'" Well we leoked and if we are not fooled it was the same nose he had when we first saw him, and to save us we could not tell that it had improved in looks one bit. But our good friend continued by saying that he was ready for us this week with a reply that carried with it tire, lightning and a number of other that we failed to remember on account of the excitement created by his assertions, but dollars to we uan guess what doughnut his heif defense will be. In the first place we imagine he will sty thai the good town et Liv. ingston contributed more than sevetity three dollars toward the Y. II. C. A. fund, and we understand that a second meeting was held in "telf defense" and an additional amount was raised. A drummer that once lived in Ibis good town was preseut at this second meeting, and we imagine helped to raise the fund too. Then he will say thai his town helped to swell the Red Cros.--, fund, and that they coiitributeu liberally toward other public enterprises and in that way en deavor to justify the 1". M. C.A. donation. We don't claim that our friend la wnoly lesjionsibk (or the V. M. C. A. uonaiiou, bu. judging from the letter of E. is.. Gentry, which appeared in last .veeL's Sigual, Livingston's people had been tutored under the Rev. Jones, and that helps to account for this great surprise that was handea to us. He will say, too, that we were born with a silver spoon and etc. and do ail in his power to leave the impression that Livingston's people arc very poor and that BrodneaU's folks are all weuhhy, and thai it alright but it Uou't hurt lite the truth aiu v.e have our nerve.-read- y ... . citizen of another town gets in his automobile drives more than twenty miles iu search of sugar, passes thru three towns and .inially stops in Brodhead where he succeeds in getting one pound it is safe to gamble that he and bis has been experiencing sweet-les- s days. Since writing we understand tnat Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter returned from Louis-- ! ville Wednesday night, and re- port unr. .wrs Aiorivjtit, 110 underwent an operation at Norton Intirmary Wednesday had rallied, but the success of the operation was a very doubtful one and little or no hooe was held out for We tier permanent recovery know that the folks back home rill regret to learn this sad news, and will hope that she may be spared manv more useful days. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Yadou received a letter from their sou, George, who is in training in ing that he had Michigan, joined the Engineering Department of the U. S Army, would .eave for France in the next few lays. George is a good boy and v ill do ins part toward ridding the world of Kaiserdom. ay LAND SALES. WK-- AgVfe -r , aBBBkL Date of Sheriffs land sales should read Monday, Dec, 24th, 1917, instead of Tuesday, January 1st, 1918. Notice calling for Tuesday, Jan, 1 st, 1 9 1 8, printed by mistake. This notice of date of sale supercedes that printed at j Jt-- - BBr J WKaV XO'AV JLBBV 1 - . VJfcjj WX r?- S3f.i A MElfeifcY CHRISTMAS tt.'Ld ij.s ':-,v- Wk 7 wif La'sSr TL j. -- -: Lj Q fet Q saJes Thus jour two-bit- s MCPARLAND MEMORLAL CHURCH The regularpreaching services will be held next aunday in this church at ll:oo a. m. and 7:30 p. m. bunday School and Christian Endeftvor will meet at usual Langdon of Hours in chapel School. thoresgh-repaire- d Our furnace has and we hope to make our friends comfortable at all services even in severe weather. will actual ly do two bits. Here is how te ave thrift stamps and draw interest on them: When you buy your first thrif stamp you get a card with spaces for pasting 10 stamps. When the card is filled you will have $4 worth ef stnmps. These stamps, hewever, will not draw interest for you until you have exchanged khem for a war savings stamp. You must keep is mind the difference between a thrift stamp and a war savings stamp. To exchange your 16 thrift stamps for a stamp you go to the Post office, or wherever else thrift stamps and war savings stamps are sold. There you turn dn your card with the 16 thrift stamps, and for 12 cents extra you will be given one war savings stamp, for which Uncle Sam will give you $5 on Jan. 1, l.q-- 'i. After Feb. 1, 1918, one cent must be added each month to the IS cents war-sating People Who Delay Chrisf mas Shopping WiW Probabfy Be Disappointed bn HIATT at 5 4 4 4 We advise all our pat- Our community gave a good Thanksgiving entertainment at Herbert Cox is selling out his Oak riill church yesterday, one grocery on Maiu Street to quit which will he long remembered. Tnis was the hrst Thauksgiving lusiness. worship ever held in this vicinAuy man will appreciate good ity. Every one was in high tax for Christmas. Get Phoenix spirits and most every one took tux at Fish's. part iu telling of the many They're giving wearables this tniugs they have to be thankful Xiuas. You can huu what you for. This vas one of the; most gatherings evei want at Fish's. enthusiastic locality, and our lied Cross headquarters over neid in this J. Fish A; bora's. & .ore open bau good ladies furnished the best on the ground that could uruay. Everybody invited to dinner have been prepared at any kings visit the new quarters. table. Rev. M. G. Fish gave Xmas time suggest-- , new clothes one of the Oest talks that could for the home game ring. Let uave been delivered by any of Fish's help you select the suit the Standaid Bearers one that mat is most becoming to you. makes us love our neighbor asour self. Resolutions wsre passed SOCK SOCIAL-Thcommunity club Junior Endeavor Society to organize a something good if the Christian church will give and all woric for to be accomplished in our neigha Sock Social, at the Masonic We hud good music .fall, this evening at seven o'clock borhood. file proceeds are to be used lor as well as good vocal singing. Christmas beuevekn.ee. This is R. L. Smith and Henry Hysing new Ford i very earnest, active band of er have lauded two cars. We suppose that by wait youu;g workers. Tuev deserve they the cooperation and support 01 ing so late in the season s In the deal. got the the adults who are interested in We feel sure they made a wise the efforts of these young purchase as they will no doubt be much higher by spring. DIVISION OF PROFITS Rev. Asher, of London, closed a ORDERED. weeks meeting at Oak Hiil this R. L. Thomas and the estate of vveek. Mrs. EL. J. Smith has his brother, W.R. Thomas, exec- been on the sick list for a few utes and trustees under their days. H. C. Jones has got eauf lather's will, must divide with et Missouri and bought the Karl ineir sister, Mrs.Mary T. Ireland, Phillips ,farm for 750. The and their nieces and nephews, store and post office at Hiatt children of Mrs. T. T. Moore. were closed the estire day et $300,000 profit they made out et Thanksgiving. Bill Wren is 2d,0UO acres of laud 111 Jackson able to oe out after so long as county, less certain expenses aud a result et the tight wbjch took $y5,uuu they had paid for their place sometime ago between him sisters' shares in the property. and John Soard. Mr. and Mrs; Attorney C. C. Williams was I. B. Chesnut took a very active one of the three attorneys for part in arranging and carrying the plaintiffs. out the Thanksgiving entertainBegin yonrjChratmai shopping ment, as did many otheu. snow-shoe- rons and Mends to begin buying their Christmas gifts now and here are the reasons : to-d- ay 4 4 w Labor is scarce, A w merdeliv- i chandise is scarce, eries uncertain ; in fact the post otHce department, in an article appearing from Washington, urges that all Parcel Post packages to be delivered outside a radius of 1.000 miles be in the mails be tore December 16th. if delivery is desired Christmas. We are splendidly equipped 4 w w i to cover accrued interest. In other words, you wiil receive 88 cents interest on your if J w investment if you buy now. But if you do not care to keep the war savings stamp that long, you can sell it back to Uncle Sam at any time for what you paid for it, plus the 4 per cent compound interest that has ac cumulated on it v w w 4 to serve TO-DAY, litgin your Christmas shopping in earnest you. Immediately upos eastfcanging your first thrift card for a war savings certificate, yen em buy another thrift tu&p, and start filling up another card. And each time yon ave filled up a thrift card yoe go back to the Postoffice aud exchange it for a war savings sump. These you paste into the war savings certificate that you will get with your first $4.12. When you have tilled up the spaces in the war savings certificate you will have stamps that will be werth $100 on l'5-ce- 4 t "They're Giving Wearables This Xmas" WE HAVE THE GOODS AND It a pleasure to show you Jau. 1, 1923. As stated previously, you need not wait till Jan. 1, 123, to sell these stamps back to Uncle Sam. He will redeem them at any time for what you paid for them, plus interest. If you have the money at hand, registrants. thrift stamp NOW. The sale began Monday. Yeu can buy a thrift stamp from your letter carrier or at tke nearest post office or at the bank. In a few days many stores will be selling them. Each quarter invested in a JOHN WHITE GO. stamp will be a quarter saved and LOUISVILLE, KY. ewvkwHlhv a quarter loaned to your Uncle Utar- - aseartmmt value Sam to finance the war He f n1 'u" n n paid r- hopes thus to raise twO billion ...hllKN Hide and dollars. Buy a Coat Skins ESI you can buy a war ssvings stamp for $4. 12 at once, without going to the trouble of saving stamps for it on the thrift card. Or you can buy a certificate completely tilled for $82 40, and put it away for five years, when it will be worth $100. Or you can sell it at any time at interest. A campaign for the sale of thrifts stamps auun? children is to be started in the public schools. Thus ever child will have a stake in the war. y&s&smuuumsgs 22j5 "The STORE TVS with the XlMAS Spirit' 1 4 TVTTV. i TVTTV1 8 ivrr S Dr. M. K. Pennington Of London Dentist WILL BE AT THE ROCKCASTLE HOTEL i . NEW MAN with I 1 NEW STOCK of TO DO i 2 NEXT WEEK DENTAL WORK FRESH GROCERIES of Every Kind in the ZX If you need dental work arrange to see him early in the week of Dec 3rd OldRestaurant Building on 2X2 Church Street Come in and see u and lets get aeqnnUtnd. We have a new and freh line of Groceries whiek we are offering at as close a margin as it is pessiblt to sell, A. E. Next Door to Bank of Mt. Vernon PROCTOR j Sealed bids will be received at serves the right ;to rejeet mmj or this office I until noon Saturday all bids. Dec. 8th, i9l7 and then publicly F. H. lfattiagly, opened for the grading and buildRoad Engineer, ing of approaches to bridge over Rockeastle County. Routidstone Creek at Ccaway. Work involved amounts to approximately 10O0 cubic yards of I embankment and bids should b submitted in the form of a lump Fer Iaiaats aad ChUirem sum priee for the entire work. In Any additional information furnished on application. Fiscal of Rockcastle County re Court CASTOR A UeForOvr30Y ZE7 C&v&ZSZ w& QWfrPTE'Q x iiiii ui-ii-j; J L I AMH QATP w a.1 a.-- nneof my deputies will, at the front door of the V ion, on Tuesday, January ist. iui8. between in . I g a id renhr Court day. sell to the hiy.iest r,id j :n., der the foUoartag tracts of laud to satisfy Tax due County and State I ; No 13 Wildie Precinct. acres of laud -- ""UurnLt?fc 808 awres tl lajxi IistT, ateafeuatha fhftirs) - acres ufla.a Court IllWfl ln,M r heirs acrea of land HA 130 acres of laud the Hours of iikr, IUIUHI jwka is ii ;$ 'X aa eibt $ 33 s I 1 Lciii-- . f 1 f 32 5b 16 i3 11 60 8 a Ej I A i "Minus. rr Ballard. and McCK.iv. " l tusra lot for 1914, 1915, 1916 & 1917, . 12 acres of land j Martih A: 1917 Tax and cost Sam. I acre oi land 50 acres of land HarrU i y ""' ; "' Pitman, Gee D, 1 acr-- of tmm rjarrett "". acrea n' nd iiU 3' Iff b 11 ."S I.' .1 ..ty.iS i, i..C V. Mt.'u.-.u- . .i .1 . .J '2. . No. West ,i... 9 Go K ri iOU acres or laiid for 1017 Hoi ak fiii dftssda 3s m mm KsaaSI Tax anfl cost $ 6 65 Vvinrlir, l ej , J K ."."I acres of lai.d 48 20 Kiel of land ter Jill Hami;;;, Hn ... B, 1 (owl lot iii Mt. Ve.iion.lWt5 A 1917, 9 V0 Go acres of land for 1017 ? Y.rl .1 t liaiKliii. J r. 5 aoi-e- oi Laad lor i9io. No. lo. North Brodhead Prcinot. io7 Hamlin, A ii. (.".uaiviian. 5 acres of ,and - Utf .rd, :0 acres of laud for 19i6 nnd i9i7 Helton. 11 o0 acres of land .... Tax ana cost $ 5 52 7" o .... Eilen Hunt. F M. 31 acres Ml land i ,.,p...i 3 36 10 acre of laud Hiiniii; i. .v ii. lor 19i0 4 10 8 acies of land ... , .1 C, 1 town tot in Mt Vernon, 1916 and 1917 Lawr.n-e3 35 v.ii.oiey '0 acreb lit land aaareii, V I), 1 town lot in Mt Vernon 1916 and 1917 160 acres of land for 1016 and 1917 Jit 97 y V K. Kcy-.ls, t acre oi hind i'T,..L :v.: 1 town lot for 1910 and 1917 11 93 t,r, aui 4 70 iioori Sarah, i acre of land 1910 and 1917 "Tiiek. 3 oS Mart H, I town lot Cam Mullins, S.K.U. Ti ason. (. K. 1 tovMi lot L91C and 1917 3 72 "...laker. Mary E, 1 town io; MIS mid 1917 . :m staberta, turvi, lot Jillti and 1917 ir m U' Jack: Abny bvn;w:,t you uiuy call it tfct rtsiieial; 7i u Ua, : S. acreb af laud 1917 ; to aatUc t c faJlyfr.a ta No. Cenwajr Ptejiioct. Bo. k 3. Roundstone I recinjet. 100 acres of lai.d Bii (iretri. Tax and cost 486 a... of lAiri 6 oo Or ... ii a. 0U hcths of la- d, tax audcost for 1915 MaHie at'O acres et laud RufZ K C iz ,liza 27 acres 47 acres of land rant. James, lor 19lt lana. tax ana J 10 liUi..-- . Cliat .. 1 79 (ii'alil. JaIMM -- j aurcs of land 4? acres of land, tax and cost 19: tyie . . ! 1 00 acres of land, i. joiiu 3 27 "dicks Cnarlia 25 acreb af land, tax and cost for 191b K.'.: laid. Tom 5 41 30 acres el land i gvaxgaararKagg-argrs- Mccollum, Don i7 acrea et iud, tax- and cost for 1916 . . 13 acres of land Unvi.le C P 6b0 ,o. hern, Mary E 11 0 acres et laud lu aCiOa of laiiu, tux ai.u 18 19 JJortnei'u, Lavis lor ibiri . . 4 acres of laud, tax ami cost for 191b . . 50 acres of land Owins. Jas 4 88 Spares, Uobt !. 'illjjlftljjjhiiiifl 2 acres of land 4 10 Piilliiis. Ceorge 9 acres of land, tax and cc.st for 191b . Jain. A M 40 acres of land Kich. Naiiiiie 3 99 15 acres of land, adv., tax & cost 1916. LJifr Ctdwell, L P 5 72 to acre, el laud fcTior J H 7 acres af land, adv., tax & cost 1916 feaylor Jleirr 30 acies of land 3 29 vVilluioit, John Vu -190 acres of land 13 89 aid, Lm Book No. 4. Scaffold Cane Precinct. .Ward. Nishae 6 52 50 acres of land rT trr Ward, John H r 170 acres of land 26 85 Gallic, Mose 50 acres of land, tax and cost ter 1916. . vV 7 be 03 acres of land Watkiaa standard track 4U acres of land, tax and cost foi 1916 .. outs, itebecca 21 8b 90 acres id land 'v'ildier, Joiin directly serving 30 acres of land, tax and cost lor 191iv Miller, T J Wilder, imim$ Ld acres of land 63 YOU or your friends "A. iv n. Iee 68 aeies of land 9K 80 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916. . nglic, T W jj contemplate traveling an lntvle. John 40 teres et land 7 4i book No. 6. Orlando Precinct. i? :::ypc intend d:sire No. 4. Scaffold Cane Precim-t2 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916. . 3( Ball, K L $ Miller R W 80 acres of laud .... Tax and OSt 6 34 3U acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 ht Tiakcr tiairs 34 Mi...t T.I fares, schedules, train serCM of land .... 7 3U acres of land, tax and cost for 1916. . Miller M L of lanil IV 4 12 9. Bryant, S H aetvs vice, etc., you vvdii find it t land Miiier L C . 50 acta 4 86 jUrk Wheeler 4 acres of land, tax and aost for 1916. 4 i, McQueen, .'lain to your interest te call en 6 7t. U acres et land. . . Mothiss is more important in tk 14 acres of land, tax and cost lor 1910. 47 fordon, J B Met", lire, Jerry acres of land. . boms tdsn clear, gtesdyUfht. Inssrs 17: I T .... .., or communicate with the 2 acres of land. Ux and cost 4 1J16. . his by eettiDf the oil that burns 20 acres of L.nu .Xil. Hiran; 4 2. llW.iUrt.iJ. UCU1J Clesr aad dean without a flicker 13 accaa of laad nearest ticket agent cf tl:e .rid a 2 as down to the last drop. Fenrtsylraiila Book No. 11. Powers Preciuc. "tot Julia. Joba 5 9i id ..c.es of land crude oil refined to perfection. GO acres of land . Costs no .store than tbe inferior Swint'ord Beirs 3 L, HliuHS, D taxet and cost for 1915 $B: tank wagon oil-s- sares If ONY tarts XrHib, lienrv 9 3; 6J aciv .s of land WOSK asTSS eres. 42 acres of land, tax and cott for 1916. . 4l A?:urrv, Wail.-- (Nlij 1.5 a res of laud 2 U v4ulluis, Milton Your dealer has SOLITE OIL in barrete direct from oar works. 4 li Black & tirijrirbby BOacrei of laud NorihCarolmc Oam Mullins. Sheriff Rockcastle Cointy, 60 acres of land. 6K Croacber Win Trains are r p en ed i .1 00a Jack Abney, Deputy Sheriff. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. "Crouchi-r40 acres of land ood 5H venienciichc k;'e. ant every 5 51 40 acres of land Croacfe r J K SouihCarolina Lexinglyi. Ky. effort is made 10 make year 4(t acres oj laud 8 U. uchi r Vv D Bedasry afarrea. Pa. trip a pleasant one. chusetts woman. There is city ea, Cfcai ii: 10 acres of laua 3 72 We seU the cslebrated "NoCarb" 6U Uabbard : M .0 acres of land in China called Y also one named Auto on. II. C. KING, D'viiicn Paaieajrer Arnt 7"i BCtai sf land . (ta'm Malni.a 8 20 118 Z. Maui S'.r oct, Lexington. iCentucky U. 37 acres of land (ia .: ; J ( 4 47 and the 4 a aeies of land Gaoii, Harrison 6 3. lIliaiiiiil'IiJliliLiilFyfMn' PlllllllH'HllllHIilllll 28 acres of land (iaud. Jotaa s 4 69 m' -r? tap tb: .amicfj .. t .. I' '" IMIM".M' !V A ZTJlT'Ci. 1 I I It is told of our friend Will 6 49 Haiuui. .John H acres of laud Holiiuyworth, Win 1" acies of land. 5 otl Owens of Livingston, that many 100 acres of land Hopjier. hniii 5 T. .?. Ball, of Orltndo and years ago, on ane occasion, lust BBTHURUMl LEWIS J9 , riiiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiHiiNiiiijH H' : V 200 acres of land HosKius. llsil 54 1 t'A&jl m (J iL ATTORNEYS AT LAW of Ut. Vernon, his temper and while searching 60 acres of land Heirs 7 64 Totn O'Mara, Linvilie lyovins W T acres of land i MT VERNON, RY. raia in Winchester Tuesday of for it made somewhat of a nek M Will practice ia all the courts. llliiiilliilllillllillliiiiliiiiiililii No. 5 Crooked Creek Precinct. ast week, returning from a trip et in the neighborhood. The a Oaice ia Betkurara Buildin j. 50 acres of laud Allen W II Tax and cost I o Ratill county where they wera! town mar-baof that date who acres of land AJIeG iak tsv-- m ' P 75 acres of land Alien orianate in securing a very val wts of raiawi diminutive j;oa' 5 69 li;9 acres of land Xltwa. Acli 6 71 Mkble lease, consisting of 301 threateded to arrest the crat cfice, a few dayssiace Alu.i VV it IN R) 4I.M 12 .and i'j BOMaaf laud teres right in the heart of ihe noisa aiaker. jfley, I.ioyd 10 0: Go way," taia 1 fnrmrripfl :. r.imv of t :iat Diner! riTyf -w ChilUi-css- . 11 B J .MKj i.0 acres oi land. dl fields has Will, This boundary LTirtitfi "yoo cant even arrest my Ito the Winchester (Mass) Demo k!MXS,A Coffey, .iarv 100 acres of land .8 8', hrl. hrt 70 acres of iand Dica W ii 4tl oeen looked on with longing attention." Meliuii-e- . crat. Charlie 50 acres or land cat ye f r sometime by many nan Ballard. MiM Julia, s G M, 1017 Kast Ml. Vernon Precinct. one town lot in Mt Vernon for the years 1914, No. 1. " kiaul. 1915, 1916 VoiiiL- . j ...vj .oi tiieirs) K'i 101 acres of laua G5 acres of land HO 1 MIVW V iiillV4 verv unc of IEliern Said We'll Deposit Our Money with the CiO ii. town lot ucreeof land No. 14. Total taX and cost '?! ' Red Hill Preeintt. Carpei t. 1 ;yd I Tax and cost $ 4 86 ii 95 5 60 40 acres of land ! JS J- . . . n s v 1- a-A- . . . "fkidd.e, i ..-- i, . . aire ! . J N. This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. ar 1 r-l- e - i c.t, cot . "WATCH 823 GROW" jmm r , : . . S000 Mils . Alabama TF . WXTK 'ii" rtonca Illinois , . . . the Lamp Oil thit Saves Eyes Georgia inforn;:.:icn reerding Indiana . . . Un . ftr .. Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Ohio 1 . .. . Ocmllicim Ht.ilvvay r . tr J 'OOOOOOOOOOOO Tcnnccses . WpiDMOTgl Virginia District of Columbia D I ill ' im-- -- t 1 . . 5 . S arc ll X3eC? 'ed30C fflgm . aci-eso- i . S - 7 -- Ha.coiiub. R L Helton. Charlie iiickev, houias Miiier. A J 1 Faiin, Alva McNew. Treadvay, John Nr Nr Cotton, Mrs (ireen Hodjfe, Nate "Kin;. sdieruian iiahins Heirs Allen lie-Kie- sharp. Reams, JohnG J 11 TS No. 6. Brush Creek Precincl. acres of land acres o land 75 acres oi land 4U acres af land 70 acres of land 'lo acres of land 40 acres of land 10 aura of land '6j acres of land 30 5 Taa and cost ' ' JM 1 50 acres-o-f land 19 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 10 acres of la ad for 107 60 acres of laud for 1917 60 acreo of land 10 acres of land Morgan J M New Liviiision Coal Co., 160 acres of land Parker, Simon 25 acres of l,nd for 1916 and 1917. . . . (Juiun Heirs 10 acres of laud for 1916 and 1917 Rockcastle Mining, Lumber k Oil Co,, 606 acres laud 1917 No. town lot 7. Livingston Precinct. W II .... in .oil, but all offers nas been refused until Tommy Hall brought in that lucky rabbit 7 Q( oat he has been uMng so success 5 2: ' 57; ally for some months past, and ' (j 0 ha deal was put over. 8 5". 35.. k lease is virtually surround 57-d with paying wells, aid men are pasted in such matters Tax and cost I 2 91 iraa ay that when it is developed ii 2 01 11 2t no doabt will place the two Toms 6 9b 4 02 and tneir partners on easy street. . ;ntereted 4& b 3i 4 Onr presant organization ai ktiaiia sociaty, is patteraeA at t?i the stroggla for existence aai omg tlK beasts, stier. at greedy laa acqtusiive nature coaie to tie tap, wlile thatse of creative aad inventive ability are notorioOslv poor, and afteu starve. i T. J. Ball, the Orlando oil man. made a secoDd buainess trip to Winchester, last week. has McClure been promoted to a rarrroad pai iiou at Buechel, a short distance; out of Louisvillt. M. B. F p.h. .: n? I J f D33I VO . . I OUpiC tt (Butch) business mm knows THE value and convenience of likewise the progressive farmer; and. too, e the business woman. We jrl.id to initiate people into details shall be of keeping a checking account. wide-awak- a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; ' fft 3IM 1124 4 6t 531 1 46 08 No. Hamlin, WG(NR) Hayes Heirs NicfcuU, T .. Rice, W R U 8. Walnut Grove Precinct. Tax and eost $ II . The shortest known surname thit belonging to a family in Prance, named 'O" The short-es- t fu'.l name, Eda Kk, a Massa 100 75 acres acres Roberta, Levi RoVerts, Sam (NR) 93 acres 25 acres Sears. Charley 'hitaker,JohnNr) 40 acres 50 60 Kay, Cartar acres of land acres of land 25 acres of land 30 acres of land 53 4 01 2a of land of land of land of land of land 4 86 4 6 5 3 3 10 66 53 73 27 . r . No. 9. Browns Precinct. 1917 '"Stephens, Xteaa Herrin E B Herrin OL Isaacs H H Hi lITillaaai. 50 M 37 acres of land acres of laud for of land Tax and cost $8 60 860 ' ' 18 20 jM jplfffrla mm ' Goatents Today. December 3rd, 45 years ago, the writer, taen a boy, was "Facts abaut the Road Situawith his futker's family aboa-tion in Kentucky," is the title of an L ei N train ou the way to a leaflet recently issued by the: Texas. Staie Highway Department from which we cull the following para A Massachusetts man stepped graphs: into the (Ky) Dem-;- There are enough bumps in life without having them in the: mid lie f the road. c Wi-acaest- WE WILL BE GLAD TO TAK8 FOK THE NSW LrBHKTY LOAlf YOVR ORDEB BONDS. m The Banfcaftf Mf.Vernon OOOfoJ 1?FhJ:40racW 1 fa fowl a L ?, I4Ik I . S Keep the boy ou the farm by making the roads so that he can go to town in a short time. mean be'ter roads Good churches, better schools, better and more prosperous citizens. ra j &jj&m&mM&x S I mm riT?Wi 'i 'f'ffy.Vssarir' YtTi T If K 1 acres of laud Jd acres of iand For Infants n iiiai.Childrac. MsaBlsWssTJa--T-i ,t BMmnmmWm) ycj&xg3-- $ 10 37 3 36 No. 10. South Brodhead Precinct. 15 acres of land Adame, Oavid 1 house and lot "Benion, Liuda 60 acres of land Caldwell. Lou 1 town lot "Cable Heirs 1 town lot Cox. Ed 25 acres of land Crauk. Andy 90 acres of land Davis H P 15 acres of land """leuny, Jolin 30 acres of land Hicks TJ u. ""Howard, Mrs Bettie 90 acres of land 4J aci-eof land ohnson G M " Lawrence. Mary by V L Cash 30 acres of land 40 acres of land Murry, Jim 25 arcs of laud Mikle, Jim 8 acres of land Oliver J V 1 town lot for 1916 and 1917 ""Pike. John 26 acres of land for 1917 Rose, LD : 7 acres of land for 1917 "VexLon, HP .1 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria " Tax and cost $ 409 64 68 2SC 13 57 r.fiUNL-- a PkK CbLT. dv 340 6 10 8 14 4 86 AeWlefirepalMa4eAs similatii1herMS 560 6 51 6 66 4 01 Always Bears the ThawbyrotittMieS! -a 1160 4 10 871 9 42 vpnfi 3. ttM.itlil.NoTWAHCWi.v ..TJ.J nwrfuis aad BrtLuaw- Signature of kVbW M V In The construction of highways, like the construction of railroads, must be pJci ia the hvnd-- ; nf competeuk eugiueers if the work is ever to be a success. State aid will be extended to nrcrv road in any county after the inter eounfcyai. roada have been improved. Engineers are trained to serve, not to waste money. con- GBANVILbeeWNi UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky Jfefcfeavflfl. COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robe alt!' Telegraph or T- ! pboue,', orders Promptly Filled - ( .v . . vi " w vpaV V;l um'imm)- 660 6 01 Spoonamore. Oscar Sowder's Heirs Tavlor, Bob Nr I Wbeeldon C A W'innott Heirs Cook. Root Johnson, John Mullins, Milton "MeCrackin I R McGuire R Sinleton, John 32 acres of land 40 acres of land 60 acres of land 60 acres of land 1 1 ....,,.. 660 10 10 3 67 X3e9aOc8abgrarS $LM$&MMlktM BUSSES: town lot town lot 11. .j ...:.. -- . 2 51 8 96 l ft1 U At 569 Tax and cast 60 60 100 5O Powers Precinct. No. acres of land acres of land t 2 60 CoMtiptawTi aad reverisnw - 1 srxlBaiatdyfcr Use For Over The inter countyseat roads will carry about 90 per cent, of the traffic. ?!::::::::5::iSlVSrCMSi AiliiAa. Onr line of Couch Caaksts is unexcelld Hand-made acres of land acres of laud 40 acres of land Tax and cost 829 966 4 86 Sli 8 No. 12. Pine Preciuc. Arnold & Baker 100 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 60 acres of land for 1917 Ha. en !Ed 66 acres of land far 1916 aad 1917 ""Jackson, Chaa 16 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 Jackson, Flojdi 12i aerss of land for WW Jaekon. ftav It 00 acres of land Umb, Matilda h seres of land La.v, Susan 26 acres of land Ls.v, John Ta'usdaie Face Briek Co 23 acres of land 76 r.crps of land v Powell P. K 10 ucre- nf land "tomine. Noah 8 acres of land for 1817 jmith G W """'Williams The 32 acre of laud . - . 20 axOorrsna &rf. CoaMDOEi 6 67 13 22 TORKi Thirty Years The chanfe in traffic conditions and the increase in price of labor and material make roads cost more than tbey did in form er years. There are standards for build ing roads the same as for building railroads, office buildings, steam engines or automobiles. and any departure from accepted standards will result in a waste of money. offina furnishec! 8 27 463 660 Exact Copy of Wrappee. 050 116 SIB 702 488 S57 616 CASTQRIfi Am osaTAua IHslal All Harae aent to all parts oil the County .J orders S by Wire PromptlFilled VERNON, KY. snSN. wm t errr W. A. COX, Phone 94-M 1. gjgj