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Pl lllf t.. mi II .- Ml in established 887 in II mi iiiij inn..! piu.. iijui ill i.ii.ii - "" " - MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., IFUIDAY, DKCKMBBU 7 1917 L,!1' Jggj NUMBER 1, SVSsaCWFn w -- r ys V 10 u-a--l S -- Va-ktes should feed plonty ntul' Shelter well in order to have pleiiij oi milk and butter for thffnmUy and some to spare ior. near by. SAVE STRAWS In sections there is shortage of forago. Straw .stacks, especially of oats should hot be Wed preset veil oats wasted. straw makes excollout roighago tor stock, and any uud.n'Jrstraw is worth nrcservlng in sy1'0113 or whore the hay. crop is sj in sections where shorfe ;e exi Ctvnttr 'clinnlfl ill lun s oe icti saved for bedding, feedin :'. and fertilizer. POULTRY. poultry should M well Our h on seTT "nhUTeir tins ""wtnlih Be" cause eggs are going to bojhigh. The poultry house should bo built at once. This can be, built out of rough slabs, waste I timber and coffee sacks. It should be to f S o .x. ' oiir enouirh for tho chickensV.ior f "SW,..,.. kv. .,. ,,ii mti iitur j"..jrirr. uic-ivi- i Bcrnti ut this present tiido It will bo much harder to iind iu Wrmcrs two months from now T MODESTY OR INDIFFER' ij" "T J : 'g' I ENCE? 1 am akini: in all serious. ncss whether we of Rockcastle are peculiar in our modesty' or whether we are indifferent tr. ward our obligations ? Tin s r ago that is breaking a'l Rockcastle, too, has made history, but few of us nov what the others have done aud .still fewer outside of the county pre'-ol-cnts- Catarrh and Bronchitis and Cold m She mx I br-- tfcBK .jSfr .. . Head Recommend I PE-R- U Those who object to liquid medicines can secure Peruna tablets. dono anything. 1 would not have us boast, but those who have made contributions to County, State or Nation deserve some of the recwo know that liavo Mrs. Rosa A. Kiss. 313 CITnton Placo, Kansas City, Missouri, writes: "I was very sick with Catarrh and Bronchitis. I ajpo had a call In tho head. I used l'cruna nnd nra well pleased with tho results, it baa dono mo a oreat deal of oead. I do not need any other mtdlclnc. I can cheerfully recommend it to any ono who Is troubled with catchl.ig cold frequently or any ono who has a chronic cough or chronic catarrh. Those wishing further partlcul.iro concerning my case may write me. Do suro to oncloso a stamp and I will answer." "( m - U I IUVIU VIM f WM k.-h- SCIWE '' RV 3 s one embody- - one representing Gram features the masrer-designe- every r. one the latest style .showing the skill of Every K ing the workinans in. In all the voinii&li materials. On sale tomorrow at 8:30. ,ttr .V 5 Coats V- $1 - Aw. day, or it should have asutd built on tho south or southeastern side for tho chickerjs to scratch in or sun during the Save the cold days tof winter. turnips, cabbago and small potatoes tor the chickens this winhySKory ter. Gather acorns, nuts, aud walnuts, crack. them and throw them in to chiensi and let them pick out the kernels. Your reward will bej more eggs for the table. MORE HOGS AND SEJlJEP. Tho best possible means. . of ..,.1w.i.i.i.. K flin lllo.if. - -'- - . - ' jjBir- - woold-b- e SUTTON ES & McE MT. VERNON, KY. t & am wiiusasaasKssx AMWWfcUtfm WlrfJi nrrayiM r.MTKrwgar Tgnrxraa rnaTror.iTsramtr amm t Imvt the com. wo know how to public recognition of merit that Council of b.iko corn bread and we "can eat every reader of Louisville's daiWe also have the mills. it fre-h- . Spence Defense ly papers tceU that this Kentucky on which to "'rind it. These are metropolis is proud of her sons. The wholo nation is being some of the reasons why we Their pictures havo often found affected by tho present rapid should use more corn bread CORN GATHERING. their way boforo tho public and ' change in business and social than ever before always a biographical sketch has t As corn has been so badly conditions, every locality being Here in Rockcastle County told who thoy are. Rockcastle iu this section, it reaffected most in linos where tho wo have nevor raised sufficient frost-bittehas some sous who have received local supply, wheat for our bread. We have quires u "great deal of care and atdemand exceeds the commissions. Allen and J. 11. and while the Food and Fuel Ad- - never known a year when car- - tention for this corn. In gatherHarnett received commissions as nuristrators are helping solvo load after cat load of flour vv.is ing, the '2oru should bo Captains and E. B. Thompson theso problems, they will never not shipped iu from other coun- atcd. Thoroughly manured corn Lieutenant commissioned wa"s be brought to normal during the ties and other states. We al- should bo placed in ono crib aud It is up to Rockcastle to let the rota-lio- n war, which is as likely to last ten ways buy largo quantities of sappy damaged corn in auother. rest of Kentucky know who years as to end in one. So all mill feed for our stock. We It will bo better to leave tln these bovs are and to let those the business men, farmers and havo Hue opportunities to raise corn iu the field on the stalk young mou know, that we apprelaborers should unito in an effort sheep, though wo don't pioduce than to put it in tho crib. It ciate the honot that tneir effici uiakt the sparsely populated one-tentto of tho wool to make will dry fister, and the moisture ency has brought to thorn and to will evaporate from the cob much rutal districts aud small towns as our woolen ciouiinir. us. nearly independent of outside Wo cannot furnish mono. quicker- - if left iu the field, espec.. . ... Riducah was not slow to lei buppliet of food, clothing aud to ciuiuo, leeu, equip witii uncs ially on tho .standing stalks. others know that Mr. RutherUL'd lesson the and ammumtiou, trausport and fuel as possible has been damaged t Corn ford gave up a big Rulucuh hippii.i; of raw material out and pay salaries to our quota of the least thirty per cent, and mudi CATARRHAL DEAliNESS church to take an Army Y. M. 0. which National Army, but we can do care should be given to the sav fiuisheU products back, CANNOT HE CURLD A. secreaary's place. This Mr. congests freight traffic and to somethiug; wo must do our best ing of the other seventy per by local applicatons, as thoy can- Ruthertord is working in saino with tho while our best young men have cent. this extent interferes not reach tho diseased portion of Y. M. C. A unit with 10. R. Genshipment or munitions of war. It realized the need of winning this LIVE STOCK. the ear. There is only'no way try from Mt. Vernon Mr. Ru is of great importance that wher- war and are wiilihglj training iu Ample provision for tho she) to cure .catarrhal deafnifss and thorford is only an adopted son. ever possible food bo convoyed the art of self defense in times to terlug and feeding of livo stock, that is by a constitutional reme-d- of MeCracken county, but Mr. direct from tho producer to the come when shot and shell till the for the winter should bo made. Catarrhal Deafness ij. caused Gentry Is a native bom son of consumer. air aud liquid tire and poison All surplus stock and undesiraby an inflamed condition of the Rockcaslle.und Rockcastle should Tho privilege of having an gasses surround them; practicing ble nninmls should bo sold. I) mucous lining of tho Eustachian honor her own. abuudauco of meat has been the tho bayonet thrust, which Is very desirable, however, that Tube. When this this tube is This article is ..not meant as a abused by our people. Many means tho probability of man to . fatnilici think is com man warfare, and preparing to tho feinalo live stock, suitable inflamed you havo a r binblin' criticism of any one individual, no meal for breeding purposes, bo saved sound or imperfect hoiitjitig, and but is intended for all of us to ploto without ono or inoto kinds meet till the horrors of this terriat this tune. when it is entirely closed, Deaf the , oxlent that wo are guilty. of meat, when in fact wo nro in ble war. Thoy are preparing to DO NOT SELL THE ness Is tho result. Unl ss the Ii'.slc again, very seriously, havo juringour htalth by excessivo tight for their lives and our exFAMILY COW. inflammation, can bo redtj ced and we not an obligation about which of meats and at the samo istence as a free use nation, so let This may appear to ho a good this tube restored to its normal we have boon too modest or totimo helping the Kaiser. none of us abuse tho freedom wo It meaus much to the cause have; let none of us bo cureless timo to soil the family cow, or the condition, hearing will be destroy ward which wo ate unpaidoiubly of Liberty that we eat inoro corn and think wo can go on in the family dairy herd, bec.uiso prices ed forever. Many cases of deaf- Indifferent? cutarih, which II. T. Younu. bread and thus uiaLle this county old way, regardless of are high, and it is oasv to soil; ness are caused by llle more wheat to Kurope. others less fortunate Wo are but suppose we soil? What is is an inflamed condition' 'of the to ship CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH There Is more nutrition in a all iu this war; let us train aud gained? Prices for milk and but-to- r mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh REMEDY. high. Seems higher when Medicine acts thru the blood on nro pound of wheat than in a pound fight tlic battles of larger producThis is not only one of the host wo buy than wo sell. Perhaps the mucous surfaces of the sysfood, less tion aud less consumption. of corn; hence more and most efficient medicines fcr wo ure crossing the "Stream," tem. , ., bread. Corn will dumago inoro Wo will L'lvoOno Hundred Dol coughs, colds and croup, but is referred to by Abraham Lincoln from shipping in bulk than will TO PUKVENT OROUl whou he advised against "Swap lars for any case of Catarrhal also pleasant and safo to lake, wheat. F.utopean people do not HOW In a child that is subject to ping hordes" while .crossing tho Doafuess that cannot bo :ured by which is important when medibread know now to bako corn aud havo no mills on which to uttacks of croup, the tirst indi- sttonn. Inanycaite, will it not Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circu- cine must be given to children. s Many mothers have given It bo better if the fumily cow cud lars free. All druggists, 75o. grind the corn. Uread must bo cation is hoarseness, Give Cheney & Co.,Toledo,0. their unqualified endorsement. 1'.J. Cotih Remedy as soon the fauiilv dairy herd ure It. pt baked iu large quuutlties and far r- T" Wit from tho front. Wheat as tho child becomes hoarse and by t'io' h know how to nr.ko j,,. r.I k. FCR FLETCHER'S bread a ill. keep longer and bo od- - the attack ma) be warded off aud then) most productive? Uuttor 1V W all danger aud uuxioty avoided aud cream are hard to Had iu J llo than will ooru bread. The National County Agent Robert Speaks to n the rarmer n ... to .)acjoacuuieiffry-r'i- . of hogs on every farm- - For tho average .small farme hog and poultry offers theui(stef lectivo means of increasin.j tho t at any tiuie uythe meat A special near luture. hog for the increasing production in the next tj.velvo months is being planned am will be pushed vigorously by'Wof tho executive forces in alJ the southern states. It shoulu-'nobo forgotteu however, that (o in-ease tho number of hogs .urofit ably there must bo ample' food supply to keep them in good condition. It has been found by frequent demonstrators tht,t the easiest and cheapest way to produce pork iu the south is bj furnishing a rotation of good pasta ro crops, such as alfilpha, crimson clover, vetch, oats, wheat, rye, barley, rape ect , fo'lowed y such gram crops as cowpeas, peanuts, ect. Wuh an abuudauco of these crops ,in very littlo corn is rfhuired to produce large qiunlies of cost. pork at a very moderate Wo must remember thjJhree in i's uro very important winning tho war Beansjf bread, and bacon. f To be continued. out-puPdain-paig- n ci soy-bean- OlUUMOU uK--.t 1. ognition that other, similar contributors are receiving. Tho production and conservation campaigns that were made in this county were very educational, and those who wore unselfish and even --sacrificing in this work deserve much credit. The people throughout the county responded with a very fine spirit. The cellars, pantries aud barns nnd cribs bear eloquont testimony that a new day has rs iAx.a.'?g: iwjk """ I have heard unqualified commendation of tho tomatoes that were canned by the "Club Girls" of Rockcastle, but 1 have heard this in private only. Most of these girls ure mere children and public recognition of their oflici-en- t work would moan a chaleuge to their progressive best. No other appeal that has over been made to this county has found its way to ,our hearts so readily aud has called forth such generous response as did the appeal for the Army Y. M. C. A. This is tho biggest single invest- -- &H52S2&: r-si R.H. MILLER "DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, LEADING 4fo Kentucky ! ussnsni's naaMr-gxa- a CALL ON US if you need anything in the drug line Prescription Work a Specially PHON.E y 3r &5Z3iWEKi. ( UKij.K 4jij? I jr. on h thnt. Rnnlcrnl1n , i mn trirl .h IU JOUUg UiUU uuuu. - othor county wealth given three times its apportionment in this work? Had JelTerson county done this, every daily paper in Louisville would have carried the uews throughout the State iu head lines that would have crowded the world war off of the front page. Again, no young man from Louisville has received a commission without receiving such i.. lins mndn . , , n .3 lifjr "tta null m this Common t- A .Square Deal"! Y. A F" c OS k X3 P may always bt expected f a squro dealer. We deal in r.u al Squares and every otker for Carpenter. Aid the Tools we sell are on tke square, accurato, strongly made and of the very beet and most reliable material. All trades supplied witk til AUe, we necessary Tools. carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at tho most satisfactory prises. sx2srci W- B W 83t. Vernon, Opoosite Court House JJ ZttFtt7?Hi25rfJT3rrs iffrs i This Difference " Well. George," said the presi- dent of the company to old tGeorge, "how goes it ? " lie foiiliniied to tins Hero uoss. "Fair to miiMliii', sir," Georgo answered at curry the old horse, "iffe an' : $ y. I. "has worked for iieorge your linn sixteen years, "Well well," said tho president, "I 6upposo you are both pretty well thought of," "II'iii,'' stid (Jeorge, "the both of us vn took sick Inst week, and they got a doctor for the lioss, Intt thoy just docked my pay! " (ieorgu oughtn't to complain, Tho company pait' him each day for his work? Thoy Tho fed the lior-- o every day for Ids work. hoiso know nothing and could do nothing but oat his oats as they woro given him. He hud no way to prepare jor the future. Hut it was diU'eivnt with (loorgo. He had the advantage of.iniud the advantage of Jay ing away each day for sixteen yours a little hit to tak care of him when ho was bick or laid oil'. The First State Bank UVINCSTOH, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIf f IN, VV. Ciittm-bcrlain'- H. CO ITONGIM, Vice-Presid- - Present C M. THOMPSON, ent 1 CASXQEj r7.rn' CASTOKIA Cashier ot Mr.VtS.NON SIGNAL yours, passed to liis rownrd Noveui-l;j- r von r now job ou ciin not hurt mt It 2 1st. after a long Nlnom lasting the H.ipHi church '' .li-stinguished writer from Urodhcnd up and said "Tile tratef. of HHI unco Kruruury, Ho wns an old Wo infonni'ii linn that w hen lie AY, lUc i'ji; i (lie Siiinal lit if thu civil war. Ho was lnid shall not prevai tignlint it". . . this rt d a slor n Lningston, would think tluit the f. -- od und to r il Ni.wmber 22nd, at Moberl You churning me withf the fnllnn to on Gnuley branch. vivid lightning wns fl.iotiiig its buna! rut j. ... t n y Ft iday by VI towurd earth ami was Ms (. U. Murphy and childien. shell down all tlA' money you AUIRWIiT. fiery dnrts KDGAK hinder them. .Hid: tli..t lie .lave letumcd home after n pleasant wirt. I did not 3r sti iking urn $!. would think iiMt lie ne.ird lite deep- - visit ..th Mrs. Anna Idol, of Cinch- - Tlie.V nro doimj libp mo, juM ns MR 'KR uniCHtpriuv toned tliundrr rolling noros tliejnnti, (. m -- D.ll.Hensoti, of London they ple.iso. You have overheard and J.l. i.S.aud Miss Delia Unison lint too, havo yoi? I know Advtrtishix x'tfs mat.c known hi vaunted sky, and he would think n" if V ) )!r! Y- - Tan., .Vft-i-riie t U s ns ynn. t'c i r.r.u-tio-ii . In wi' t' application ul'O iiS L,oijj Ji.h tltu best and was howluiii iiuierul of tnoir lather, Joan U. He. I'lli and a btorni spirit son. Wo are pleased to have A. II. tni'J ns the irupstj Mr. Uontry in the nir- .- Miss Ruth Painter cub - K OF i KM HIKiusv, formerly of London, locntt your speech 1 Livingston flag the following' nt her home tcnf:rt;c . n::. s associa now Misses his home in our little city. Mr. Kin-cc- r r lifting day, you sold 1110- -t of our Thursday the twenty-nintis an oil driller and is busily ct iiiveiiliour. wero from Germany and Minnie Pigg, Edith Jones, S:elia You G diows your greiiUcarning. B '111111 Waul, Kiuhahiie Ldwarcs, gaged near Crab Orchard, Ky. W. Murphy was in Mt. Vernon last arc honest and true 10 the U. S. Maud Evens, Bernlla Johnson. Fred mt overhearing, ovorsi'tim; and Evans, Mat Keith, and Bryan B2glcy, tYioay ua business. verlookiug. J.is'enl London; Evert Mullins. of Mt. all of riscovorul by nmf rieiin; loco Vernon ; Maurice Cottongim, Sodeu Shelby motives by .111 HiiKlishin.in; 0-Christor about Uui'uuib'jr U, 1U17 Carter, Forest Shrock, Scott Dicker-soSo are concerned ilutlie-sbar- . Miss. steam boat by nu Auiwriuan, mjw-nCertificate Stamps and A. P. Lemaoter. AH report op lcok American, Nov. niRehine oy v,u and United States Thrift Stamp.-- . a nice time. Maurice Cottonyim by unjAmerirnn, tele mbniiirine all: (together with Thrift Cards nwi and Scott Dickerson, motored ovci Dear Ma ? be of service e Will answer your kind jraph by an AJuuriumi, War savings Certificates, with to London, Monday. In answer to use of bv a acototnuun, kite by a for useful envelopes loi our Brodhead friend in regard to tin Utter juit received today whicl suitable pocket arApitne by in Vuis glad to heni Scotchman, Mich certificate:1,) will be furnish paltry sum of $73.00 raised here fo: is Sunday. here in be I urn well und j,ut- - VnuTicnn, maclii no gun bv ed (H to nosl ufliees tor sale to the benefit of the Army Y. M. C. A., from you all American, AU,i.ti i auli v 1 iublii: and to ngen'.s of the first will say in the outset thut we will tiiiK itloiig jost tine. Well prices are ,.. .,i,. it.,, r . Ue.servc admit that this was a small amount have beun to sop Arthur Masot American. Mr, elites, and (i) to federal ' be seen of choice is complete, as the BauU.s, as fi.scal agents of ti t and we would have been pleased today, and ho is almost well In ingston people nul you to tell Germany ins invented so United btatos, for distribution ti had it been much more as we know just got two of bis fingurs cut of. .vhat : following agents of the M'cond class, and that the Y. M. C. A. is a great thing uid he will I ' out of the ho- - wonderful. Will best wishes to also for .sale to hanks, which an hut this is all that was made up. pital 111 a few more days. You you and a heart trendy to forgive, beg to remanj, Pajamao Jowolry agents of tha first class, Poi We do not think that tiie Brodheac cell his folks not to worry about Nockwoar Yourfr)end, Night Shirta Hooo Reservi man should hand Livingston c aim. Well you said for 1110 tc Glovoa and Federal offices F. ffTJONKS. Handkerchisfs Underwear Bolts JbanUs-wi- lt maintain av.iilabk lemon over it, for men have gone aJ;iyjecsaiL pictures made aw? Hats Mufflare supplies of .stamps, certificates, i'rom here and volunteered in tlu ,cnd home. I will have som Robots Urnbrellac Sweaterc Oollars You know w made piy-dacard.-- , m amounts sufficient l and army, what more cun Brodheaa imet thu iciuircuieiits tor sucl jay ? If you will visit our town you eft Camp Tavlor just before paj- I will on the j difficulties in replenishing distribution :nnl sales. pole plactc lay and came down here, and rfill see a seventy-foo- t last day of December ll.iuks, bankers, and trust coin near the center of town with a ten ve did not get ny pay-daearnestly to jianies; railroad and express- coin h eighteen American flag, with tl.e iiinntli so we will get two pi)- - i97 at my place nejr Conway, . xanis.i.iliyLrJt.tit.:x.,xvi nthV' r.- - ,taT3Biid stripes lloa'thig in Yifts aft RVAJttl'ue ivhjuh rtijl b sjxtjr iKy. offer for fil- - to the highest. possible tail .stores: the duly authorized vhich shows we.cre patriotic. What lolhirs. Tell aaat Susie I will Didder: lepfesentalives of labor, fritter .more can our Brcdhead friend say iond her one of my pictures a black mare G hands high and nni, and othor associations; anc. tVe linve purchased over $2,500.00 .0011 ns I get them made. Wei ibout ill years old; 1 bluck mare other corpni'ulioii.s, partnerships, vvortli of Liberty Bonds which show; nainm.i all of the boys from uj 15I hands htgl, a splendid saddle and individuals who pntrioticalh Are are patriotic. Can our friend there are gotting along fitio as niaro and woto anywhoro seven oiler their services without ex- say so much ? A year or more agV far as I kuow. Wo are not all years old: 1 bay mate 16 hoadf pense, either to the United State.-o-r bonds were voted on the county to 111 the same company. Bob Mul high, lo yrSvSd, a jood blood ins and I are 111 the same coin mure, woriis at., wliere and is u to purclnsers, will be anion;, ouild a pike through the count those whom the .secretary of tlu from the Laurel county line to tlu iMiiy. Well 1 have been with foal by a go.d j nek; mar u nlr 'lieu&ury will in Ins disciclioi. Lincoln county line. It is most Brother Grifiiu today. Ho is two years old in Spring 15 iVell and likes Army life line. hands anu .1 111 h high; appoint as agents to sell stamps, completed mate from Mt. Vernon to the co rti Meatus, und cards. George is u mighty good boy, 1 mule, 5 years old in spring. 15J Lincoln county litis. What did LivItyrmtrxrgritn Blank forms of ipplication foi like him as well as any boy I ever hand high, god gentle work E32IE3SSZ2IS do to get a pike through oui will ingston as agent. met. I saw Grant Mullins lust muie; 1 snort .yn miich i'o-- , ; appointment town ? We raised by subsenptior night. Ho is well and looking years old. fnMi iu February; incossary inforination as to exe $600.00. that is something Brod- bo ob nitum Jaiu HHuiir. tiiuy ino. Say. mamma, do not pu"y ..heifers, ",' 2 fresh in .under J3.C0 cash in hand, over liead did rref have tfado. You got f,r.0Q, nine mntliH credit with inoney-oide- i tallied from Any my attention to wnat you near spring; 8 fat ufs, gaj of your pike out 01 the bond issue. V approved security, noto liearing 6 MOBILE, ALA. 4 post ollice, from agent b.iuks, oi 4 ibout ns boys' leaving- here. I corn, 150 baie f 1i:it and o.t This and other reasons is why wc per iutoreat. or 2 per cent off local representafrom btate or ae.ird to day thatuil of us drafted strar.'. 150 bisiir-i- s of oats. 20 be patriotic, as our friend calls tives of the National War b.ivmg can't fioys would be at home by first bushels of buukrheat. 3 cultiva- for tvh. it. So, Mr. Robins, take it all and So! "Here wo Rest", according to .the meaning of tho word .lo'l.v C. Mi'ucm. Committee. Appointments wil if March, and wevould never tors, 2 ridinjr, 1 .vulking: 2 turn "Alabama". Wo are at a terminal ol u delightful trip on tho Louisall, Livingston is not so bad after .ro to IIauuV JoNtis, Auctioneer. be made only under aullioria France. Did yoa all read ing plows, No. 12; 2 cotndi id-- ; ville & Nashville Railroad' tioii ul tlie Secretary of thu Tieas all. While we never have had one ibout the Hood in Germany 'i i doublu shovel; t set of harness; The early explorers did well when thiy founded tho French word to tay against the good peo ury. whick wara begun under the brothors de Uiunville and f hey say ib rained six days and some household furniture. FOR FLETCHER'S eVlbervillo. No agent shall sell any Unilei ple of Brodhead, nor do we wisli tc nights and run those Germans Terms VfISals: Amounts Mobile lies ut tho mouth af the Uobile River, which is formed States Turin Stamp at any puti speak uught against them, but wisl out of their trenches. I think by the junction of the Alabama and Tombigbeo rivors. Many proto say to our friend that every man other than -- 5 cents for eacl the war is about over. Kvon ducts of the interior como dewn these rivers; cotton und lumber s Cei has not the good fortune as to be one here says it ..wont last till stamp, nor any in large quantities is seen, and coal from furthur north. bora wita a silver spoon .in his Mobile harbor affords accomodation at her whurfs for both comliticate Slump at any puce otliei spring, and you know it will take mercial and tourist tratlic. The city of Mobile is some thirty miles than tlu curiuiit issue pi ice u. mouth, as is the case with somt nine months to get us draftee from the Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the broad such stamp during the month 11. we could mention. Our friend sak. boys ready for the front. Tlu winding entrance to this city, Uobilu which has a population of he was informed that we had re which soid, lis heieiuabove spcci war can't lust that long. Mamuu 75,000 souls. signed our position with tl.e L. &.h. fied. lon't worry about us ever havFrom the water's edge there Is a gradual rise of tho land and had accepted a position at which leads to attractive hills and ravines, upon which are located ing to cross the pond. We wil. Deputy Judjs under Dr. d. G. Webb oeautiful southern homes old and now and tho shell roads aro never have to cross, and this We will say this is a sad mistake a boon to the automobilist. drilling is good for us boys. We There ure Jew cities in the vorld which possuss so many beaupOBLKT WAKKliN and Miss Fan- We Democrats are in control of the ire all tat ana laiy as hogs. Tt is tiful streets :hat m in lit be termed boulevards -- Sotno of them renie Oakley, motoitd to Ait. United States and the State, and we vnrni and pretty down here. We or Brussels, Belgium as semble .small portions of Paris, Recital Vernon, bunduy. and iiot numed. want you G. O. P.s to have the little do not have to from tho European war. it us before the present dovn-tutio- n wour an These streets m Mobile arc lined with some Monarchs of a cenMr. Wurieu is the sou of Mihon town oilices. Now, Mr. Robins, if coatH. It is about yike tke tury of Naturo's production -- the grand old elm and watur oaks, Warren, 01 bcatlgs creek. He is l you wish to meet witli uis good c tirst of September out ther. and not a few nro embellished by tho hoary gray hanging moss nice young mail und holds a position people as the Sun ever shown up Well I don't know much to writr L that sways with the passing hroi ran. Government street is Uz Willi Hi J U i. li. li. K. to. Irtish U..K-lc- y on or as patriotic, who have given this lime. I wrote you .si lettui most imposing, and branching from it aro many attractive park-lik- e is the beautiful and accomphsnei. up their sons to help Uncle Sam last Tuesday and 1 guess I will streets nude beautiful through tho care of upto-datcivis giunduauluer ot Mr. und Mrs. A. C win a glor'ous victory in France; t. get an answer before you get thi-m- e. cooperation. There can scarcely be found a drive more beautiful by Naturoi Carpenter. They left for Corhin anu people whosj latch Mring is always Tell Mary L- - I will write own painting than along Mobile Uay, by sunset in tho smnmur other towns 011 their honeymoon on the outside, come to Livingston hor in the next letter'. 1 is altime, or at Autumn it is one never to be forgotten. tup. Later they will take up tlieu and you can meet them. Perhups most supper time. Toll John Mobile is a city of education, culture and perhaps intorestin; abode 111 Livingston. We wish them you will meet them with theii and Clyde hello. Tell them to conservatism, yet it is n city of true hospitality, with a touch of Selections; u long and nappy life. Charley overalls on and black from the days' talk to the girls for me. I havo what remains of the old regime of French, English and Spanis'i. It is a city that has been "under live flags, " und many ot kh by Thompson, ojr most elheieni anu toil, but we will guarantee that tlie not spoken to a girl in over two people bear tho distinctive fn.itures of their ancestors, In its rmi iv accommodating cuslner of The First are not the high colored class or the months. There is nothing here solos fine looking even beautiful women, and courteous "old school" e Johnnies. Mrs. Laura iiut looby noldier boys, too lazy btate bunk, was 111 Mt. Vernon, isun-dumen. J, A. Mouuce has moved his Borders, of Dayton, Ohio, is visiting 10 eat what thoy want. Write Mobil 0 is fast becoming an all year-rounrosort, with fine 71 tels, und all centering around its historic and beautiful Bienvole family into one of R.G.Webb's houses her mother' Mrs. Sarah Mahaffey. soon, nuu-- c on High street. D. B. Kambo litis J. C. Asher and Ins tisier. Mis. L. H. Your loving sou, iobilc is often called "The 1 ther ot Mystics " because nha purchased a house und lot from Davis, are in Louisville shopping this was the first to originate tho "Murdi Grus," and ahe yearly dl Willie Mullins. Hurry Gehrig, price $1,350.00. Mr. week. The round house and cur calls thousands to herself at that festival time. R.unbo sold u house und lot to iS.Ii. repair men are all smiles over their Those desiring out door recreation .will find it iu and aro md RKPLY TO H. R. GENTRY. Mobile, in abundance. Small steamers ply between her subuiian Oliver for $750.00. Mr. Gehring foreman, F. W. Oakley, who is sucMy good friend said he over -- beautiful Fa'rhope, ; battles Wharf, Point Clear, heiil'b moved his fuinily to Lebanon Junc- cessor to J. II. Browning. Mr. Oaku j h U ;. v ugnolu heard mo say a lot of thin-'s- . Springs, 6nd other attractive spots; wkich ara in. do tion. Edgar Cottoiigiin writes from ley is sure the light man in the right Yes Ur. (JcntrT you heard over ozo c is more beautiful by Naturo's hand, and where health-givinOmahu.fNeb., that he likes it well place and we arc pleased to have the freely given from the Gulf of Ueiico. top of tlu truth. Eavesdrop- - Su Years AjoITLSaltiiig Jihe KJat Die, Says Tcras Lay, Bat Now und that a lot of the soldier boys him and his fumily in our little city. In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a fino Country Cmb, ors hear no good of themselves. plenty of good fishing, and automobiling over roads that cu mot will get a ten duys furlough und that Born, to the wife of Victor Owens, He said I did She It a Well, Strong Yeraaa end Frolscs Cardtu vehemently uttaclr be surpassed. he expects to spend the lioliduys u fine girl December 1st. Hog killtho Y. U U. A. This is not true. Her Rvctrery. Old Mobile is unlike uny other city on tho Gulf. Sho hat lur with homefolks ut Livingston. ing seems to be the order of the day I own attractions, as well as thoso of hor surroundiugs. A few .uid to my seat wato they do a Misses Jalett, Geneva und Hazel und happy is the man that has a few weok.8 stay there and mingling with hor people cannot b but ull lot, iu diiferout wars hut some IUyw City, fftx. Mm. Uarjr tke setter. Tsat was six ysars ago Gnllhi have returned from a few porkers. hospitality A spent. Sho is also a city of Clubs, and .genuine F. Maris, who has been things thef did I condomu. Oue tt tfcU pbeo, boji; "Aftr tk ne" I sm still kere and an & .Tell, Tourist Welcome Club, amoni: othera, heartily walcomes all viitora days' visit with their brother, Claud, ussistont master of trains, located at was pool room, alanother was btresg weatan, aad I tws My life ts to this city of do Bieuvillo and d'Iborville Carlylo Porte r. fclrtk tt My UttU strl...air U ut Buckeye J. II. Wulton, who has Livingston for several years, 1ms lowing cigitrotts smoked in their Uobile is located in tha beautiful Gulf Coaat regioi and e inveu-isnt- ly CardsL I kad 'esly takca koU the been very low for a few days is some- been transferred to Lebahon Juncto aor'i'ta. I bad t c kack reached from the north by the aupurb steel passengor tiaina building, card tables otc. This began to feel setter. bottle nbea I what improved, but is in u very tion and made muster of trains of I will do private and public. I to bed. We called the doctor. He The misery in my side got less... I of the Lquisuilln & Nahvillo Railroad. AdvortUement. feeble condition. Rice Wulton, of the L. B. Division of the L.&N.,and said not one word about danco treated me.. .but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardtu Pineville, is with his father here. R.D.Smith has been appointed assis- halls but my seat said that not got worse and rorse until the misery until I had taken tbreo bottles and I m. Dr. Gravely, of Brodheud; Messrs tant muster of trains in his -wutick:, Aiiy j)ariiea oj.ilit stead, me I did uot call thum gambling was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for I was well Ymii Xmnsffl carrying anythini; off the Jonas McKenzle, W. M. Poynter, with headquarters ut Livingston. halls or dens and God's record Mt- v"non P,.r As three months nnd suffered such agony and sever felt better In my life... I WhJM. AHrW James Griilin, W. M. Brown, of Mt. In the last week u night owitching will show , urininririti vriil Yn ineoA .ii.i MO. that I did not. Hut I hare never had any trouble from that Vernon, mid u Mr. Row, of the Scaggs crew has been put on at Livingston 1 PHOENIX the full extent of the law Any did y that certain games that that I was Just jlrawa up iu a knot... day to this." Creek section and our old friend yards. Trullic was so heavy that the they SILKB0SE information given tho I told my hukand If be would get run will learn boys how to Do you suffer from headache, backloading to tho arres' of sucll John Robins, of Brodheud, all mer- company thought it necessary. gamble, rtut as he was over, me a bottle of clrdul I would try It. . . ache, pains la sides, or other discomparties will bo npprecia id. All chants, were jiete Monduy, en route Wulter Browning: of Maywood. was htwriiif , wo can let him l). He I commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month T Or do you feel persona are hereby w irned to to Richmond, to .. te.ia . nesting' of in Livingston, Tuesday, visiting rela- said something stay of theso grounds, of my fearing it evening I callel my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIt so, the Retail Meici.ants, and .s luck tives unJ went from here to Corbin. would ruiu tho Baptist ?iirt - 'iCa Mt Vernon Fair Association. church. me... for I Unjjw I could sot last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a would Lave it tbu truiu was luu uud Jolui 0. Heuseu, e J.L.Cooper.Scy. titvwity-auOh eo, Ut. Geutry, go o with many days unless I bad a etuuige for trial. CD.SJttou.P. THE CASH STORE J. 71 wo Iiml n few iiiontf.ui with the dis- u vet-iTi- pi-so- . V d 11 An Open Letter To The Laciirs CHRISTMAS OPENmG MONDAY, DEC. tOfri far as men J giving, may we not mas f h: n, From Camp g f.'ar-Savin- ijl?. U'le-jhon- in your forward tc an to you Practical and portunity to men the personal wear and gifts abundance. may found moderate From Hats to Hosiery the may range gift suggestions from the J PUBLIC SALE Shirts 1 y 18th With the present make your invite you stocks, we 5toion5.atJtbjejearJjest. moment. 1 D rtimmoiK s 1 1 . ,y- bu-be- ls The Beautiful Gulf Coast "MOTHER OF SVIYSTICS" i;t Children Dry col-esic.- s, CASTOWA War-Saving- AND HiS S.B.M.S. Give LIVINGSTON ONDON BAIMD A Will At The GRApED SCHOOL BUILDING ONBATURDAY, DEC. 1 PROGRAM MT. VERNON 15 a Consist.! y. kid-glov- Band Hawailm Music Saxophorit Quartets, Mandolin Club, Vocal and other ADMISSION 35c and 25c CALLEI li FAMILY .; g Fr K-i- coct-istnc- X! 3M "'' wlP yf Tir proiu-r-Saile- - ? N aai 5 r MT-VLRNON k. SIGNAL B Ky, Dec. 7, 1917 R OD H EAD Mt. "7f SJ VteiiNON lip "No. 70" vrnmn wnni to immunl nun WIIM HtONAt. 79 lOUIIVIllt CSS & NAtHVIlLC R. II. CO. TIME TABLK. uortn norm 'iJ south 'Jl duuth 2:! Ul 5.52 pm 3:50 a m 11:43 a in 12:13 a m Phone No. 8. Entrrtd Hi ucond-ciMa t the Mt Vernon, Jas. Landrum, Agent. lightning and number of other that we failed to remember on 11 The writer had tlw pleasure of seeing the Doputy or Assistant Mayor of tho citv of Llelncston Inst Monday. A gentleman from Ml. Vernon ask him "what has been the matter with with you Hill?" He said "I've been sick for two weeks see this nose ?" Well wo looked and if we are not fooled tt was the same nose he had when wo first saw him, and to save us wo could not tell tlint It had improved in looks one bit. But our good friend continued by saying that ho Was ready for us this weok with u reply that carried with it (ire, . Kjr. PotoEce mail matter. PERSONAL limmct Bryant is repotiud do ingnlruly. Miss Edith Moore is v5tlt Mr. and Mrs. JC. Moore. C. D.' Sutton was in Cincinnati lost week buying goods. Miss Pat Perkins is with her sister, Mrs. W. G. McBee. Dr. Denny, of Lancaster, dentist, is thinking of locating hure. b R Gentry is locuted at Y. M. C. A. Building No. I58, Cam) Taylor. Aunt Jennie llurd has returned from a threo mouths stay in Harlan county. Mrs. E. it. Gentry is in Wolfe tiari Leu counties in the interest of the Canning Club busmen. Sum Mahurjr and lid Smith and families of thu Hiutt section nero with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moors Sunday. Chester Ltndrmn In gone to Crestview, I'U. ou account of hi health. He has a good joo with the L &. N at that place. Jimmy Griflin is the uuw operator ut Wildie. He is working t for O. D. Bryant whilo Mr. is willi his brother Emmet during his sickness. Iiry-an- h I I Mr. Mtiyme Ulick, of Covington, is with Judue and Mrs. G.M. Ballard this'wuek. bin: tells us ' A. .... joiueti in in j. E. B. Thompson is Lieutenunt with home folks for a fuw days. Ho has been assigned to Ft. Jsam Houston, Texas and will report there for duty Dec. 15th. Mesdames. M. Pennington, T. J. tticely and.W. L. Richards and MessrTotu Ball and Evorttt Mullius attended Red Cross meeting in Lexington Monday. Mrs. Minnie Anderson, and daughter, Miss Mattiu Chesnut, have gone to Hamilton, Ohio, tc roe Lloyd and Omer 'Chesnut and will probably locate there. Miss bproulo, of Langdon Mumorial lett ji'sterduy for hei home near .Pittsburg, I'euu., ofi account of her health. Sho hope to be ublo to return the lirat of the year. I that hoHror:KBm'utsUutW-l4wt- w. C tnc It o, !.- n account of ttiCexckcmeut created by his assertions, but dollars to doughnuts wo can guess what his mU defense will ho. In the first place we imagine he will say thai the good town oi Livingston contributed morei'than seventy three dollars toward, the Y. M. C. A. fund, and we understand that a second meeting was hold in "self defense" and an ud. ditional amount was raised. A drummer that once livud iu this good town was preseut at this second meeting, and we imagine helped to raise the fund too. Then ho will say that his town helped to- - swell the- Red 4Jross fund, and that they contributed liberally toward other public en. terprisos and iu that way en deavor to justify tho Y. M. C.A. donation. We don't claim that our irieuil is wnoly lespoiiiiuk or thu Y. M. C. a. donation, bin judging from the let tor uf E. U. Gentry, which appeared in lust weekV Sigual, Livingston's people had been tutored under the Rov. Jonui, and that helps to uc couut fur this ureat surprite that was handed to us. He will say, too, that we wero born with a silver spoon aud etc, and do ail in his power to leavu the impression that Livingston's people poor and that BrodhoaU's folks ure all wealthy, aud that is alright hut it don't hurt luo the trutii atu we have our uurves ready for, the Jightning, that art-ver- Iv Mr. uud Mrs. B. A. Yudou re- Shool. Our furaacwhas beau thoVguga- ceived a letter from their son, will Tksa stamp, George, who is in training in repaired .and wo nope toy muke not draw interest far jou until Michigan, , saying that he had our iriends comfortable at all you have exchanged kksn for a ioineditUQjtfiriguieeriiig. Depart- servtcos evou in savors utuer. war savings otamp. Lt3 the You vust koap !b ment of the U. S. AVtnv,i would leave for Franco iu the next few differenca between a tkrift stamp and a war savings stamp. .lays. George is 11 good boy and will do his part toward ridding To exchange your 10 thrift uur community gave ujfjjmod stamps for a stamp the world of Kaiserdoui. rimnksgiving entertainnft;t. at you go to tile Post office, or wherHerbert Cox is selling out h'm Oak Hill church yesterday, ODe ever else thrift stamps and war grocery on Main Streut to quit which will bo long rememreci. savings stamps are sold. This was tho first Thaulcsjving justness. There you turn in your card worship ever held in thU .yjcin- with the 10 thrift stumps, and Any man will appreciate good ity. livery one was irjihtgh aox- - tor Christinas. GetPhoeni.v spirits und most every onfrtobkT for 12 ccuts extra .you .will be given one war savings stamp, i r .1.- - ""Or ion at rish's. turnup in ...n:.... ui Luc i manv' 5 They're giving wearables this things they have to bo thajfui for which Uncle Sam will give Xiuas. You can find what you for. This vus one of the!m0st you $5 on Jan. 1, lo2J. After enthusiastic , gatheringsrJ 0vei Feb. 1, 1918, one Cent must be want at Fish's. added each mouth to the 12 rents lied Cross headquarters over add in this locality, untt7QUr to cover accrued interest. ood i h'iOli.' olMtt tjit-'- dinnerladies furnisliodthe(( ,Dest In other words, you will re-- " uu the ground urduy. livurybody tuvited to nave been prepared at any jfeings ceive 88 cents interest on your visit the new quarters. investment.if you buy now. table. 'Rev. M. G. Fish Xmas tune suggests now clothes one of the best talks that gllvt, But if you do not cara to keep oUld for the home tho war savings stamp that long, gathering. Let have been delivered by oCy 0f dish's help you select the suit tho Standatd Bearers one,'tilat you can sell it buck to Uncle tuat is most becoming to you. makes us love our neighbor?lur Sam at any time for what you citizen of another town gets in his automobile drives moro than twenty miles iu search of sugar, passes thru tl rco towns and llnially stops Brodhead where he succeeds in getting one pound it is safe to gamble that ho and his has boon experiencing sweet-les- s days, Sinco writing we understand that Dr. and Mrs. W. LouisF. Carter returned from ville Wudnesduy night, and re port that Mrs Albright, who underwent operation at Norton Infirmary Wednesday had rallied, but the success of tho operation was a very doubtful ono and little or no hooe was held out for We her permanent recovery know that tho folks back home will regret to learn this sad news, and will hope that sho may be spared manv more usoful days. 111 1111 LAMp " T SALES. Zyrx trm-wii- Date of Shelf's land sales should read Monday, Dec. 24ft, J9J7, instead of Tuesday, January 1st, 19 1 fc Notice calling for Tuesday, Jan. 1st, X9JB, printed by mistake. This notice of date of sde supercedes that printed at head of list of sales MCFARLAND MEMORIAL CHURCH ! iffltefcXa-"-""- KSgrawKSSsWHER, 'IP- i 111 i ui 'Jrt . R,Y CMRISTMAS Tho regular preaching services next Sunday ju tnis church at ll:oo a. m. and j, will be held m. . and Clrjstiun Hndeavor will ' meiTnt'j usual hours in chapel 'of Ltngdon Sunday School p" Thus.'your t will actual ly do two bits. Here is how t rtr thrift stamp and draw interest on them: When you buy your ffint thrif stamp you get a card witk paces for pasting 10 stamps. When tho card U filled you will bare $4 wortk af stomps. two-bit- People Who Delay Ghrisfmas Shopping Wilf Probabfy Be . Disappoinfed w kwrr, w We advise - all our pat- HIATIYT war-sayin- g rons and friends to begin buying their Christmas gifts now and here are the to-d- ay reasons f .V Laoor is scarce, mer chandiseis scarce, deliveries uncertain ; in fact T A 4 -A-4 lii .t'il..rt-- tha-X(o- tho post oflico department, in an article appearing from Washington. urge3 that nil Parcel Post package to be delivered outside a radius of 1,000 miles be in the mails before December 16th. if delivery is dosired Christmas. We are splendidly equipped to serve yon. Begin your' Christmas shopping iu earnest TO-DA- ! tfi 4 . 11 SOCIAL. The Junior Endeavor Society af tho Christian church will give a Sock Social, ut tho Masonic Jail, this evening nt seven o'clock file proceeds, ure to be used lor Christmas benevolence. This is i very earnest, active band of young workers. They deserve SOCK (.Wi..'(oiMH-utivunii- self. Resolutions wero 'JMtfftti to organize a communist, JUD und all wort for something? g00(j to bo accomplished in our 'nejgh. We had good borhood. as well as good vocal slngngR. L. Smith uud Henry H;Dg-ehave lauded two now. ijord r -- upport-0- i of that good town and t'tum the the adults who are interested in pen of thu man with uu alebru the efforts of these young workeducation. The jra&olinu null ol ers. R. U. Hicks will 1)0 run by a DIVISION OP PKOhTTS OUDEUF.D. competent miller every Tuesdii) R. L. Thomas and the estate ot and Friday. Airs. 11. L. Tuttrp, and little ton, Maxtor (.J ravel) his brother, W.lt.Tliomas, execuFunis, ot Junction City, were tors and trustees under their With the family of J. K. Cass father's will, must divide with Ust week. .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. their sister, Mrs.Mury T.. Ireland, Albright were in "Stanford last and their nieces and nephews, Friday. Earl Phillips bold hi children of Mrs. T. T. Moore, Mrs. W. ;G. McBee, who was called to Stanford last week on uccouut of the serious illness of her brother, Bryan Perkins, has returned homo aud repot ts her blather butter. C. L. Davis, Willie Davis and Virgil Mullius left yesterday morning lor Louisville to join the navy. The two Davis boys 'hospital department while Virgil Mullius wentin 5ft an appreutice seiiuinu. LOCAL. Vernon and Livingston notes will appear next week. school Imposstblo to get reports Iu this issue. t m (Vnhr shiiit from hero today cur load 1,100 Mt. bushels--buckwheat, vkw'.. bushel. which tfoes to Peuti- He paid $1.50 per ! The prUo winning essays, which wero reproduced in the Signal, wore mosc rediblo and worthy papers .and are deserv-if mure tlun passing notice. uiti Martha Rlekols, f Ham- iu,.n niiiri formerly of Mt. Vernoi, underwent uu operation Monday. for appendicitis last Hospital ut Sho Is In tbe Mercy Hamilton and doing nicely. clmir-rnaDr. M. Pennington local of tho Fuel Coinmlsslou.was in Loulsvillo yesterday consult lug tho Federal Authorities prices. Ho to .Rockcastle possibly uext weok. will report g n rela-tiv- o farm adjoining the homestead ol 51)00,000 profit they made out ot Jackson the late J. V. Tate toll. C. Jones, -- 0.000 acres of land ror -, 700.00. Morgan tiny lor, county, less certain expenses aud sou of Mr. aao S'Jo.OOO tlicy had paid for their thu 14 year old Mrs. M. C. tjaylor, of the Hiall sisters' shares iu the property. Attorney C. C. Williams was section, while out hunting last accideutly dropped his one of the threo attorneys for auu the plaintiffs. gun which wits the full load struck his right Begin youiChristinas shopping mind almost tearing away the today. member. ,11 is elutiiiiiij taught Tho ladies of the Christian lire and it vva' with much church will give a Bazaar iu the that he sueceded in subdu-iu- g the fUim.'s. He was brought Miss Kate Moore store room uu Friday Due. H aud 15. Send in to the residence of Dr. W Rear thu assistance ol your donations Thursday so as tor, and with to give them time to arrange. A Dr. IS. J. Brown uud J). B Southard, of Stanford, the mang- liberal donation is asked as the led hand was amputated. The proceeds go lor some necessary successful needs to the church. oporaciou was very NO PICK REUlfa PXANTS. boy is getting along aland thu right. 'Walter Kobuis. leilt Tuut-da- y You ate bound 'by law to keep for Tampa, Florida, where yourselves advised of all proceedhe will likely locate. Jim Tyret ings relating to vou. Any failhas moved his family to the pi ure to xcop the local Board propChat. erly posted, us to your address liu bought in Pulaski. Morris, of Muywood, was visit- in case you change said address ing the family of Kid. L. ft. from that given on your regisBowling this week. Mr. uud tration card, may result in our Mrs. A. E. Albright lelt tor Nor-to- losing right to claim .exemption liitiriuary Louisville, Mon- or discharge day oYCtiiug, where wo under-stan- d On or shortly after Dec. :5th, Mrs. Albiight uiiderwout the new Questionnaires will be an operation Wednesday morn- mailed to ovory man who ing at teu o'clock. We luiled to Juno Utli. These Que. learn the nature of the cperation tiouuaires must be returned withuud at this time we do not know in 7 days ufter tlatu of mailing to the success of it, but we hope tor this Local Board properly filled her a speedy recovery. Mr. and out. Tiiore has ,beon appoiutud by Mrs. J. V. Tato uud Dr. and Mrs. W. F. 4Carter accompanieu the President u committee of Messrs u. O. Williams, them. L. N. Bowling held ser- G. M. Ballard and J. A. Oweus vices ut Paint Lick Sunday. located Lero iu Alt. VortiQii who F. B. Newland, J. B. will be glad aud willing to help Frith and L. M. Brown wero in you property till out this form. Iu fact it is urged by tho GovMt Vernon Wednesday botween Claud Owens, who has ernment that vou consult with trains. any of these men before filling beeu workiug in Ciuciuiiati, is ut out your papers so as to fill home. Emmett Maddux sold a them out correctly. Remember small tract of land to B.J. Clark, 10 return these papers withiti 7 of Bell county for $245.00. Mrs. days uflur date marked 011 them There is a sorious penalty for Elizabeth J. Hall sold a farm near failure to do so. Ottawa to Isaac Johnson Local Board for :,i0Q.0o. When a for Rockcastle County. 111 "?- paid for it, plus the 4 per cent compound interest that has ac cumulated on it Immediately upon azebancing your first thrift card tor a war savings certificate, yon can buy another thrift stamp, and start filling up another card. And each time yon h&re filled cars. We suppose that byjaij, up a thrift card yoT go back to ing so late' . "in- - the seasouWw!iQv ta T3jC v --y. r-i'" tAMuin ir1 AVllilllllfn if fnM got the snowsiioes in tlroifcrai. JiIIJT a" war savings stamp. These We feel sure they made a wise you paste into the .var savings purchase as they will no doubt certificate that you will get with by sprang. bo much higher your first 4.12. When you have Rev. Asher, of Loudon, closed a tilled up the spaces in tho war weeks meeting at Oak Hiil this savings certificate you will have week. Mrs. K. J. Soiitli has stamps that will be worth $100 on been on the sick list for a few 1, 1923. days. H. C. Jones has gotenuf Jan. As stated previously, you need of Missouri aud bought tlLurl 1, 1q23, to sell not wait till Phillii)s .farm for TjO.Tho these stampsJan. to Uncle Sam. back store and post office at fliktt He will redeem them many time wore closed the entire day ol for what you paid for thorn, plus Bill Wren 'is Thanksgiving. interest. able to be out after s o lo'iig as If you have the money at baud, a result ot the tight which took you can buy a war savings stamp place sometime ago betvrapu him for $4.12 at once, without going and Johiitboard. Mr. and Mrs: to the trouble of saving stamps I. B. Chesnut took a veryactive for iton the thrift card. part in arranging and currying Or you can buy u certificate out thu Thanksgiving entertaincompletely filled for $8; 40, and ment, us did many others. away for five when put 25-ce- "They're (.X "IGiving - MBt 4 w "-"- "n-T"''"wn- UJi Wj&a stte l'&sii T h is - L Xmas" f WE HAVE THE GOODS AND It a pleasure to show you "fnieEK 4r,.:ifcT&i?JJ!fi esStiHEB . tJgJszmzwqte ;'. Vi,. rrrya rJJfc g ,.r.r9 r "The STORE with the XMAS Spirit' it ears, Buy a thrift stamp NOW; difli-ctilt- y The sale began Moudavj You can buy a thrift stamp from your letter currier or ut the nearest post office or at the bank In a few days uiutiy stories will oe seuing iiiem. quarter invested, m a JOHN WHITE & GO. Jiacn stump will be a quarter sa7d and LOUISVILLE, r.V. a quarter kuued to ybw"Uncle Liberal asoortmtnl wcfzr.zM&.uz:irLS. i bum to finance the wir, He and full valeo nw tttt&vB&A limine tlitis rn fniaa hvn SMAtllinn lor rilDO ..,.,...,....., ftw run ... .... ..-- it will be worth $100. Or you can sell it at any time ut interett. A campaign for tho sale of thrifts stamps amuiu childrun is to be started in the public schools. Thus ever child will have a stake in the war. szzss2s; T?'S II I IU 2X245XE 3XZ Dr. M. K. Pennington Of London Dentist Mm 8 v a S WILL , BE "1ATY THE ROCKCASTLEIHOTEL THROUGH TO DO ,.- dollars. MT I Hldoa and Coat Skin op-ert- y ssbk: lPiirm-- pgjjrwyvirFW-w- X n NW MAN with NEW STOCK FRESHl GROCERIES livery Kind in the NEXT WEEK DENTAL WORK regis-tore- d If you need dental work arrange to see him early in the week of Dec. 3rd :exi 4 4. con-.isilu- g Old ' Restaurant Building x? -TVTATi i-- vy 1 on Street (Church Come in ana see tin and lots got Aa;wiUi. Wo have n now aud fro-- h lino of Grocria vkiak wo mo ottering tit as close u margin as it is tiki ')' to sell, A. Wed-uesda- y Next Door. to Kanlc of Mt. Vernon E.PROCTOR Sealed bids will bo received nt serves tho right JU rejtt auy or this office ! until noon Saturday all bids. Dec. 8th, 19I7 and then publicly F. U. Uattlnly, opened for the pradinra:id build Ra4d HagitiAtr, ing of approaches to bridge over Kockcaitl County. Houi.dstone Creek nt Conway. Work Involved amounts to approximately 1000 cubic yards of embankment aud bidn thould bo submitted iu the form of a lump For Infanta and Ckildrta sum prico for tho entira work. En Use ForOver30YMrs Any additional information furAlwayi but n nished ou application. Court of Rack castle County re- - CASTORIA s$ V i' ifc MrZh .a r w yw- ii J1; tici iii i I m i$Th .... Jr- -, "J "" y "'r?A7VTffiir77mTi .!'-- . V 1 iTm' -- "T No l:l ratt Wlldui Precinct - K !SlS SHERIFF'S LAND SALE I. in M ,ixlrr,--J K 2M egret ofUad rniieof my will.nl tlu front door of thuCottrt Mouse l.l.'h' iWiiWi' iHwTTT-ft i.YVrn.iii. on 'Pnos.liiv. .fiimiiirv mt. H118. hi'lucnti thi- lioUf&uf 9 a tn. und j i in., tioiiitf rPijuLu Court day. sell to tlio higucbt der tin; I'dllmviiiL' tracts of laud tn s:itisfv lax due Count r nnil Stiitr. Kiisl Mt. Vernon Precinct. Tallanl, G M, imu iimlll)17 u .mi ci imii iui mm-u'Mi 1111. - LrSf!UmVrtd 10 101 UmiiI,-A- ,honmwtr-- m K.ihilf, Mlvjiicir) i v - nures of Unit 05 antes of laml 1 acres of land lowu lot No. 1 ut2H8 Every One of Them Said .. . j' at lHaHHMUMai B II ' I I " I . - MM ' ' 111 Ifl 1 XI 23 48 (n ' Ucil Hill I'rccliKt. 11 60 TS Mr j 0 71 1. "We'll Deposit Our Money with the (3 Hi? r:uniittntrftttFrjtiiiir, 1915, 1916 ' ' i ivii ,nt mr un i, , , , Tax Biitl cot McClurv, Sam, l mtruof IhiuI furlDlCI & 11117 .... luiul l'iliiian, Geo I), t ncri-nNo. S. Wo.l Mt.Wi..u4. vOll.l. r.rnilli'y, J It, ."0 acres of laml Tax nnil cost f .HmnlUi, .Mrs .ti k. lumli luLui Ml. Vui nun, lflC um in, Jo..i,5 acres of Land lor Will. '.. Jlilinllli, A..1, UllllMUIUI, O UUt'ftilLlUlld.... Helton, H. winl, .10 for lUlO mid i!U7 .... . .Trrrri-rrr.7. n i 41uullu,-A-H- . for Mlrr- .) C, ltuwiilotin Mt Votiioii, 11)111 ami 1017 .. I.ih ivnce, i Lnswrll, W 1), 1 town lot in Mt Vernon 11)1(1 and 11)17. . HcymiMs, W K, 4 ncio of land n ToiurtSx anil cost i f 73 OS Cnrpe 67 13 Martin, 41 bU Mori'li" 3 02 !!oMii '. I 'yd .i I A !. .UOltMiltU-iUiiii.io, York .1 Garrett 40 ncres of l.nul 12 acres of luiul 50 acres of land T.K nnil cost f ' 1UIG iilul 1917 7. 4 80 2 95 6 CO 11 I .,...... ,... Vauim, .1 1' iut for JUOTlClOBonHlnlfir-lM1uj i.i'iim in '.'0 iicrvH net- uf i.ir.d ffl ' - 4i ."-0- n T.' . - Hj t 99 . 'J i ii iA'f r. A da nn. I'.ilon Delaii'-y- , . Kiddlr. Cliarluy 4uU.I,.. lli.fllsoii, in i.'.iU.in.i.u.t.li.l.ln 11 ! mm i.l'ii) iiiitNiiiiif.luiiil i of laiu'i mr 1017 1.0 acii'8 of l.nnl lor 1017 No. lfi. North Urodliewl l'reclnct. 30 ncics of land .... 10 acrcn of land 8 nuii'N of land "0 acivs of IaiiiI 4 80 0 70 T? mid coal J fjn l&4liml i..um.i..t fnrlDi" 1P17 Tiivln, .Mary ! 1 town lot 1 It'snviu.lliiiiitn, Tr 'liii.ikcr. Mary U, nniiJKi ' .80 ucit 100 l(UuJ. 1 i town lot 191ii uml ofJliJlil-1017- .. 1 7 -- r t I - - Cam Mui.LlNS.'K-U- 1017 !l jiHrtnl-- t . Grant, Jatnus, " Grout, .i.uiHri Rlld. tlrcen, llll'Ua, Cllnrilu linxX, Joliu Jivllle-C-I!- UIuiU'ilTini-- ., K No. 3. Conway l'reclnct. land 4' a.'WJ of laml W 'l'llHld 'I 4i ncivs ofljiid 1'j iiutcv of land bO ucrca ofland.. If inoro uuiivuniint you iuuy cull at tlio resldeiiej 9' nclt Abney i to keiiie t u fulloWiiit; luxus: ( rr ' - ' $ 5 62 a 30 4 10 3 35 uw-- i . anvs of Tax and cost Co;'lc. Mattlc .. liiiok No. (50 .""" . Ailiuus, L liliza JaiiiiiD rant, Noiilicrn, Mary Owvns, Ja vj l'ullins, (loorj;o Kieli, Nannie h.ijlor J 11 Haylorlleu-r- t NVoul.'Ir- WiintTTCMl! UUiai.vLlaiid rrr lt'O acres of land GO'iicrvh of land 2 ncrt-i- t of land 40 ncrtH of land b'J iicie, of land 30 ncri'M of land 13 dTU-ucr- WU'tH of liuid-- , . .,! 18 10 Uick5, Charlie McLolluui, Don Waul. JoIiilIL "l1 " Walklns G W Wilder, John Wilder, Kirinj; I. l.mil: f Juiid 0:1 iiues of land i0 iicich of hu.d iO acres of laivl. !' 6(Hliu in inui uf-l- it . Mi T HI 41! ........... jl,. Van Winkle, John Jl.l.'L"! ' acres No. j -- i '. t Scaffold Cjiic I'rccinct. ' Miller T.I h, .UliUr MUlur LC McQueen, Sam McGuire, .lurry JVf.'. Jli'.iv .M-- 2-- i -- acres of land t- 4A4WIC f)0 ncies of land 12acreM of l;:itd. acrets of land. lus oi laiul ucresof luiul, tax and ccbt foilulli, Wild, adv., tnx &cirl lIJ'u7 ucros of land, adv., tux & ctf1 1U' K3 TJ Hook No. 4. Scaffold Cano Precino . WiJ a6b1' GatlifT, Moso CO acros of land, tax and cost li'r 1310.. I 7 HO 4U acres of land, tax and cost fr" 1310... 21 fcl Jotleh, Keliecca !!0 acres of land, tax and cost "r luilo:c Miller. T J U'U'f AtTi:1lilwV SOlIcros oflaft'd.'tux mid cot lorlDlflr.7 4' Hook No. 0. Orlando Precinct. 1 acres of land, tax and cost Ar 10 '0.. Hull, Iv L Ugkrr-Hfi- rs 510 acres oHundi mx and cost 0 .t 'M acres or land, tax and cost Jor 110. . la v Utyani, S 11 10 3UU !) 14 f 4bS Nortnuni, bavis ku. iioui Jain. A M Ktdwell, L P Williiintt, John Rouudstonc I'rccln ncrcs of loud, tu.x iitidcust fJ i acres ot JunU, tax and cost fc ii ncrcs ot lunu.tux umivostlor '2l acres ,f hnil, tax mid cot foil 17 ueios uf iniul, tax unci co.it fo lu ucius uf luiul, tux itud cost fo B. 15 This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. J70 U55 li'Jl "WATCH US GROW ! 71 isa r.n' i 4 15 i actus of mii standard track directly serving k 8000 Miles '.. lb the PoblSc IEcontemplate traveling fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on cr CGinmunicate vith thi nearest ticket agent of the YQlLor-your - -- Alabama Florida 1045 friends -- r f.t-10l- . Wthe LamP Oil that V Nothing b more imtrunt in th homi tban clear. tetilrUebt. Ininra un ait uj cciaj; vuwithout uira Durni a fllckr cletr and rtean down to the lait drop. PennfjlrtiUa crude oil reined to perfeeUon. Onto no nore than the Inferior Unkwaf on oUi tare MONEY carta WORK aaree eyet. Your dealer hu OOLITE OIL In barrel! direct from our works. I Georgia information regarding to r.nypointand desire 4 1 ib 5 4 it Jorclim. J JUrlr-Wlivr- Jer 4crjuajufUud-lax-aiid-o13 for-WU- rr tr S. t-T)l .Mialli" lli-ir- 2- '. - 14 rrouhvav. Honrv D 2 4 . iV) Swinford acivs of laml oil acr.'S of land ArKlIn, Henry Aslmrry, Walter (Nit) 15 aercs of land 'Illack & Uriiftfoby SOacrcM of land Tnr. :ii;. . , . 0 3; 2l 'lines. Mullins, Milton '2 ncros of land, tax und cost Hook No. 11. Powers Precinct .V taxes and cost for 1915 42 acres ol land, tax nud cost atrcs of laii.i, tax ami cost fov J'."" Ml.. lylt1915 i. TR '. - oa j" $ 5 54 '& Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina . Indiana Soiathcrm Railway Crmr'trcr--Wi- ii " -- acres "8 acres Guild, John S . I'm acres Hardin, John HollInbWorth,W(" acius roptxir, Kmiu ,1.100 acred GhiIiI, 4!) Croiii'dur Cruncher Dees, Charlie ilikinl- Gadd Mnttltra-75-i:rOadd J ti Criuu'her. (.'ood J TI W 1) 40 acri of land 40 acres of land II) aci es iJ land 10 O.it'i.MnTnl n. ' tiAM 5t!y 8 to 3 72 ;.... , r fit -- Muluns. Sheriff RJKcastle County, Jack Ahney, IjorJjfy'.SliorilT. System aiiLU . - Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. LcxInstM, Ky. We sell the celebrated "No Catb- Auto Oil. Ohio SouthCarolina M a.neii ul "j i aen's of laml laud- -' V." Ff lamr-- .- HarrUoi 37 acivs of land tl '.'.,7.... . . iNrtv t fi r .i. -it Allen, Geo Allen AlW-W-- AlknAAKIl iKcirjii: T"T.r iitt&'&nrcfkaiiPTttJumsinmr .irri uppuu qrw. "HUB, isli-"- " s Uclrn .h-6- 0, iiurcs .otjW of land of land of land of land. of land . ot laml rt .. . . r .2'J Z WAYSIDE.JiOTES 4 47 6 34 t . 6 chttsetts wonianw Tliero is a city in China called ,Iso one n tuned U. Eeflnerr atsvarrcn. Pa. f Tennessee Trains are cocrr.';cd rn convenient schedule, and every effort is made to make your (rip 3. pleasant one. I'I. C. KING, Division Paiscntrcr Accnt IIS E.M&inSlreet, Lexington, Kentucky ' Virginia and (he -- . , . MjM- - .. ...... -- . Allen, Arch R CF ' . iC0acrsa.qf , laud';-....;;,..;'- ... !2.i acres of land 75 acres of land 100 nurvs of land . IK) iH :i....t.l,.li:r.: . . lleirlev. I.lovd CJiildrrrtJ-,MWR)-lMwr-rtjf-Uu- d. iutim of lailil (and. .. . Cotluy, alary 100 acres of land 50 acres or land No. 0. . i da JlcGnlre, Charlie y'alln, Alva 4Jiilculuib,-l-I--ir7-riiieres-t)J llrueli Creek Preclncl. ', . . . 30 acres of land 75 acres ol Helton, Charlie.? nrckey.-Thoiua- si Miller-lA-f- -" land land. . land- 1- 4wt-?U-u UrniiiH.-J J2Darcaof H a - o uUl'L's laud ufililrh- Shari), T S IrcailwHy,-Joh- 10 auius of laud 35 nrren-oHnm- l- land,. Livingston l'reclnct. 1017 .. No. 7. Allen J M land. ... Cotton, Mra Green 10 acres of land for 1910 and Hoduo, Nule lOaeresof land for 107 Klnj, Sherman. . 00 acre of. laud for. (iO acres of land Mullins Heirs lteRlcy-W-H" 1917-,-n.- Nr 1 town lot . ,,.,.., ,,,V,,, Kiwf.ivintnrrfhMi.l-llii-HM-uu- Morunn JM . 10 acres of land A Parker, vuinn uca-i- !;.,, or. 1:u ,,, JUickcastlaMlniiiL'. iu ncros Lumber'-tli100 yii oi junu l lor luin ami 1U17 (n.iiQO.acrcMlun .... 1Q17 i No. 8. Walnut Grove Precinct. -- am urortamT HxyeaJlcirti', iKiaoros oi itinu McIhiIi! I il 30 acres of land Ray, Carter 50 acres of land Rice, WR 00 acres of laud Rolierts, Levi 'fqLrLi "i'- i"ii'tirrti- Scars, Clnuly - 2iiwyriisnf laud WlillnL-ni- . todnrVi-- l .III of Iniul Hamlin.WGNR) acrcsoMandr....-.- , , ..:..., n m. is told of iv friend Will Columbia JsSvwfe'TtBe;U", Owens of Livitslon. lhut ninny 5 BETHURUM X LEWIS $. T. J. Ball, of Orlando und years njo, on ono occasion, lost Tlllllllillllllll I "W -- 23 54-w W ATTORNEYS AT LAW -- 1 : 2M Tom O'Mara, , of Mt. Vernon, his tenipor and. wh" searcbinj: 3 MT VKRNON. RY. ri 4 mm nUt l7 r0 . alai I MaDmhI? wi wwu i nf h f "'--S Pj "iMa w !' yl, --yA 1J-.- ; .A Vfn flractiCe:trilt trwtwaJrtafe "fcV7r- - MlTiwd" wattwnTnf' 9tn u p eWn tka? it.tJiuhlinrliawiS'll USk nUCIk ICtUtlllMt, Hum ' Office iu Ucthurum Bulldlnc;. V r -coet-'5- " 59 ho Estill feounly where thoy were Tax.aad n marh wh thal ' 51 .) 5 .V.i 'ortunate in securing a very val was of ruthct r.'lrainutiv projior- 0 70 untile lease, consisting of 301 turns, threatened to arrest the 12W "teres rinlit in the heart of the noiso ruiikor. jVOo uy," said crat office, a few days t.inco and 10 0:' y forwardrd a copy of that paper ll-hhits Will, ) fluids This boundary "you cajnt even arrest my to tho Winchester (Mass) Demo- HMU JA 8S! on with lnnginff attention.' been looked & crat. It; .yes fur sometime by many men iu .oil, but all offers interested Our organization of until Tommy hums 11 iirnsoii't. patterDed Tax and coU 4 61' has been refused T. J. Ball, tho Orlando oil af tei Dull brought in that lucky rabbit man, made a second buainess 01 the struggle foiyextstence nming toot hn has been using so success -- 6B' to Winchester, last week. the beasts, men greedy und trip .' for some mouths past, aud acqtiistivc - cutue to the naturdlie deal was put over. hoi convenience of has M. B. (Rutch) McCluro top, while those, of creutive a ail 3 3. The lease is virtually sunound-ii- inventive, ability are notoriously been promoted to u railroad posia so does with paying wells, aud men poor, aud oftent starve. tion at Buechel, a short distance -- towho are posted iu such matters professional out of Louisville. Tax and cot S C! sar that when it is developed it Today. Dorembof 3id, 45 year likewise tho progressive farmer; aud, too, HI 2t- no doubt will jilaco the two Toms ugo. the writifr, the wide-awak- o business woman. Wo oorr then a boy, wa "Facts about tho Road Situa and their partners on easy street. with his shall ho glad to initiate people 'into details 4 02 futliorjs family aboard tion in Kentucky," is the title of: 3 6! of keoping a checking account, an L & N traicr 011 the way to a leaflet recently issuod by the 3 31 ' i 1 The shortest known surname Texus. W13 WILL BK GLAD TO TAKB YOUR ORDER State Highway Department from -- 4Jfc, 6 38 Is that belonging to' a family in FOR THE NKW LlHlCRTY LOAN UONDSl 'which we cull the following para 40 OS Prance, named "O." The short A MassuchUjSew," raan.sttpped graphs: est full lriuie, Edit Kk, a Massa- - iuto the Witich&teriCjf) Demi- M There arq enough bumps in Taxandcost II 53 ..V. h i; ' life without having them iu the " 401--L ' Z 02 middle of tho road. ' K0 4!i nfio 4 00 6-iQ- J Dy JIM MARET fQ-Q-- O It District of mil iiiiniiiSM r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim fr yDecxXX' wzm mm Mooo vm H-- soce,is Pro$r 551 ve People man knows business THE value and d Checking Account; up date the man; i-- . -- The Bank,of Mf .Vernon , ' r,iU Hrowus Precinct. - 4 80 4 10 0 00 11 iiMllllllia "Ii T7 ! mm iii..-..- No. 0. Herri vJJtiiriiu-0- nHrr) 4 iHaacs frlCAVtiltMH't'rVV-StoiihenB,-.Thi- s Hit, 37 ncros ot laml ror 1917 K innu , ,. .':.X ,i .. .iiHPmci. m .vTT.Tftx-iiud-cstlL8-- a ' JO acrosof land & ........ "1 Adams, David tentmir-MiHi- CaJddUIu a CWe-Hctr- - No. 10. South llrodhead Precinct. 15 acres of land fTax and cost J 4 09 ' JJi-f.'TTTtt . ' ' 28U HOacrts oflaud .....;...-- r. .... 1' - Cox, Hd . . Crautt, Andy 1 ' town lot of -l au acres oi lanu Hicks Howard. Mrs Itettlo DO acres of land 41 ncrcs of laml Johnson G.M lary by W L Cash 30 acres of land. Murry, Jlra 40rrus of land Mlklc, Jim 25 acres of land Wtv.iHN--,.H-Hcr.uuiauul'iber-Joliu-- lrmyrJ oiu.. DhJ1H4!-- tj Q "gOAmt;aJiMaud 5aci-of- 25acres land and , "' a ' ' -. ""'QTH 340 615 a,M u Ellllil t unii iffiiiiiii' m.igjgg' TAvTnfmiiJfn.iu... j't':. 7'.. "" k Km&mgamuMh iLnu hbi Jastoria flfirflSHI Genuinefm itiuWr" "' rv :"ivncntS15FluidPncti uimiiJiiutAm eL.KBV KeepVhe boy on tho farm by makiug the reads so that be can fjoTtO town in a short time. beMer mJan Good roads churches, better schools, better and more prosperous citizens. ooogq,'t- - v ' , . N Rfio m 1820 a .;,'i'. m y$ye&a&so&c I :. L'r l r:ram :i .;! tb m m iiB iBii m M$M ALOOuoL-aMBOori- Tj li'llAVc4c!abterti iTHnffBTTBHHf rsiWl iflrfWI1 AlWaVS I'M Ktillil IT ItlndmcStQBWtoardlkwj'jT), KiLiiTWLil "1"Z coo ua u uu UOO " j unvrjcw, . t. .iinAibomDHi rsiirnaTiTPQii inwtoyniau"''"". ... rwxcxxuimxxo 1 1 nHH iT..ikvflf M U I.I I f 1 I A Wf wrM hw Jf a 'JHT . 1M Tho construction of highways, like the construction of railroads, uukL bo I'liu.vn in tin! li.iiul-- ' f compotcut ouginoers if the work w Q is ever to bo a success. OT 'eBANvibLB owmmm UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky i .' J S )kz& A(ii fv f?l ' i ' -- . rr .. .i i'i " " Ross, L SextoiirH-P- D - Sliitrlelon, John Sowder's li Tnv UUioeidonCA nrr-Ho- ini'im'1"-- i" '" Heirs Hfl I" 20 acres or land for 1017 7 acres of land for 1017. 32 acres of laml fl1 ' ln ":TTrr,Tn 50 ncros of land rrrrmrrf .11111 ?.. 42 560 i ijjHuBl mm ujfvtnM flB) KSSPraJH itS.VJWU Mi eral.STOTNAnCOTtCl . UJ. D jsaMyflsurJAtK"'"-- -!- lr fTVlir TT I Uf SW.ll State aid will bo extended to every roau in any county niirr ,o; tho inter county.ieat roads have A been improved. Engineers are trained to serve, not to waste tnotioy. cou- - S COMPLETE Hail- - LINE Roho: Coffins. Caclrnfq nnrl && Telegraph or Til.- phonejrorders Promptly ty ni" B-- Jvtmt JbtUltS a1 j SW3 IS );.6' VT?. - .ff'.&Scfrzk il W ff q il V r. 11 ' "' itiwii'lot tiOiaiua ta? """. mm fyxz. CtrifodS9fr MUf. , I I I I "i 'i trjyt.C-- a l tJM ft fft JXf Wfi I I5.". 7 ytX&X&3Cfr&&3 .U f? I in II .. Tho inter countyseat roads will Cook. Roht 4TTrrrrsohT Johll McGulroR AforT-frttn- h .Mecrackiu !nllln"i ""'mi - No. 11. Powers Precinct. 50 acres of land L0"aae ornnri lnn-j.Tf- "" Tax and coit ' tW 8T4-- t(i?2aJ I .TkIS J nonstioalionondDlarrftoe.! Kr.-lw'- ; 1 T l t-- r Oy t UU -- . A carry about 90 per cent, of tho traffic. ThO chance in traffic conditions and tho increase in price of labor and material make roads cost more ttiati they did in form er years. UN-DESTAKS t.iwnii ik 40 aeiea of land ju acres oi i aim No. 12. ..n .... MT'iff, JL.- -. .... n nniaim-f-iI - -- i ; -- o 56 335 .r i rinerrcenct. 1 f nnil I ft 1 T - 50 JalMM,Xliaa-.-tHterfc-if-lai- r- t.T.lOia acd lfllT15 acre of land for 1010 and 1017 Jackson, Floyd 121 acres of land for 1817 Jackson, Gy D Luuh-atilddSO acre oLlaniL . . j& so acres or ianu Lay. John .'..'.' l.aiisitale Kau Brick Co., 23 acres of laml iil ii .mi n iit zu iyr&nn - acre-oMud- .. '8 5 t !i. 57' 111 Homme. Noah tSuii'h G V TUo. William Uoa.tll.liJi 7 02 JO ivcie H f uid acres or l..al for 1917 of luad 32 acm 1 HSIlMVlflR IIHm.11 im. . T I k VT1 toCnrrABHCoHPXK a ' KB T..rmilK. 1 "i;.in Kill SlVc2SmMiaatTIafnrH S mA U ftltt, U Ji. L flBX K rcsuiung Mcreii TccnW SLEEP I 1 M ..YUtnta&afy.lB I lR wz Baiiifi 17. m ISIaM iftSI? rHHtnXUC rui-.r-n-iH I m --wm bh Ullfftf TftiKA I II If. inn I a i 1 . . jflT II . 'vIi 1 UI II it MM V la I ll I T'JJ I AIMAB& fiH'' ' i I . ,. 318 a la I ' ' ' , """"'""lff Wm eearav. -- fXi 1T" ml""" ExKt Copy of Wrapper. 11 liwa er. i H A ' i There aro standards for build roads the samo as fur build-iiif- ? railroads, office buildings, steam engines or autoraubiles.uud from accopud any dopatttire standards will result in a waste of money. iiiK Our line of Couch Casket. ib unexcelhJ Ilaud-madf loflins fumiahec llursu beni to all jiarts ol the County.J e All Phono 94-- orders S by Wire Promptly jFllled M J. VERNON, KY. d K - A