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Mount Vernon signal: December 14, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917121401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 14, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ', PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY fJsL L ' B .Jir rA A A Jfc y. A to. A S iisWss'V 1Ksw - 1 ESTABLISHES 1887 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14 1917 XUMBES B "Judge J. I Opens Campaign for Congress In Clinton County toaCrowd-- i ed House. M. Robsion Are You One of the 8,000,000 Who Wear Msns3MBKg a - Rubber Boots and Arctics? "Ball-Band- " r You get your money'3 worth if you are. Jm m 1 1 ifiLH "high colored class or the kid glove Johnnie". If we belong to Willie Vance, of the 10th Field the colored race we didn't know Artilery, Douglas, Ariz., was it and know nothing of the kid - with his sister, Miss Dora Vance glove Johnnie race. last week. He is expecting to be called to France any hour. Council of He spent several hours at the National Defense Graded school telling of his experience as a soldier. Carr SinThe Federal Government has gleton, a good farmer living near called on Kentucky, iu no uncertown, found a ear of corn a few tain terms, for 25 per cent, indays ago with all the colors of the crease in the pork production. American flag, red, white and Rockcastle County can easily blue. This ear of corn is on ex- add her 25 per cent, and by so hibition at John Robins store. doing have thousands of dollars D. B. and Cha. Chandler bought more .next fall than we have a farm from Morgan Helton last this. But more pork will mean week for $2000.00. This farm we must have more corn. These brought $9o0.o0 about two years cold days are a good time to ago. Frith Bros, sold fifty acres plan how to increase our corn of land adjoining W.J. McQueen's acreage, engage fertilizer and re(arm to Jehu bhivel Thursday solve to make next years crop 25 for :2,CUJ.oj. Jelm Soard sold a per cent larger than this year. u small tract of land to Babe It can't possibly do any harm. la.t week for $boGVGU W.J. Ad the corn ou can cultivate p crowder was iu London last week well will be a cash asset next a member of the Federal Grand year. It is desirable to impress jurv, aud from there he visited everybody with the importance bio daughter. Mrs. W. A Robin.s of making the production of this at Corbin. Mrs. Byron Owens, county supply our needs and of Louisville, is with homefolks have a sufficient surplus to pay this week aud will remain here our war tax. It is well to have Mr. in mind that the people of this until after the holidays. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were in county are paying more than Louisville the first of the week. $io00. per month war tax, and Wednesday, this will be doubled by the income Mr. Hiatt returned but Mrs. Hiatt will visit relatives tax. With increased production there two weeks before returning. we can hold our own. If we do Well honestly that Livingston not increase our production we friend of ours had us scared, and will be bankrupt before the war assssz 225JCS3 sett ssaraesaEs: bad scared too. He boasted is over. None et us are losing ins her daughter, Mrs. Earl Rice, make to keep even, and there are about the vivid lightning shoot- any time in finding a market for in Louisville, this week. Mrs. others that have money in the ing its firy darts toward the our corn this year, so when the busy not r. M. Pennington, Judge L. W. John O. Hensou, who has been banks, and there are some that earth aud would strike near Brod- snow gets off, get head and etc, but we fouud there only planning, but go to work Bethurum and folgar S Al living on Gauley branch until the pay over $100. taxes. Mr. Robins bright, were here between trains death of bee husband, John O we do not wish to be placed on was more feathers than owl that every day getting your land We made a time, and are reminded of the ready. You know a crop is half Wednesday. We are having one Henson, has moved to hei son's, the delinquent list. bur-le- y made when planted if the soil is of the coldest spells that we have G. W. Murphy, and will make her mistake in our last letter concern-ha- story Jim Maret told of the policeman arresting our friend prepared right. Talk farming Earl Rice, of ing the Liberty bonds purchased, for years, and when one meets home with him when Owens with your neighbors; get better blow Louisville, was in to see his par- - We should have said that they some time ago, the cold wind that has been ing for a few days, it makes hi in en ts, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice, had purchased $25,000. worth of said "go away, you can't arrest acquainted with him; like him thiuk of the song that starts off; C E.Rice will, in the near future, bonds instead of $2,500., which my attention," and his long pre- and be will like you; help him Now we don't think pared reply actually didn't arrest and he will help you. To win the like this: 'From Greenland's Icy move into the River Mansion we said. the we will men- war we must be an united peoMountains", and then the next Hotel and will try his luck at the that our algebraic education our attention, verse we want to sing starts like hotel business. Jerry Jewell, who caused us to make this mistake, tion a few things, or ratner reply ple. Let us unite ou this corn aud pork raising next year. this: "In the Good Old Summer was killed by the slate falling on perhaps it was your first part to some of his queries. In the lime." Bill Niceley says we him in a mine out in Bell county, Ray's arithmetic thai we were first place he says Livingston has CATARRHAL DEAN ESS using that caused this. Yes, we given some of her boys to Uncle democrats arrange the prices on was brought here for burial. CANNOT BE CURED coal, regulate the prices on food Levi Oliver has moved his family mentioned what you said about Sam, and asks if Brodhead can by local applicatons, as they canand he wants us to get hold of the to Gauley branch, and Jehu Ball the nose, but the reason we did say more. No we can't say more not reach the diseased portion of weather man and have a change has moved into the house vacated this is, you being so patriotic, we but we can sure say as much. A the ear. There is only one way made in the weather. J. A. Oli by Oliver. D B.Rambo, who has thought you would be sympathetic. number et boys are in training to cure .catarrhal deafness and vea. the Winchester salesman was been quite sick for some time, is Livingston has always done her and among them them two Cap- that is by a constitutional remeable to be at his post again re part in helping the needy, giving tains and other officers too. He dy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused with our merchants Tuesday. Thomas Farley to the unfortunate. As far as admits that seventy-thredollars by an inflamed condition of the C.C.Davis, of Mt. Vernon, was here pairing cars. imformed us that he bad a 25 lb. anyone being disloyal to the U. S. was all the Y. M. C. A. got there, mucous lining of the Eustachian Monday. Mrs between trains Ab Wolf, who has been quite sick turkey for Christmas dinner and we do not believe we have one in and really I thought they had Tube. When this this tube is is slowly improving. - Mrs. Cleo everybody was cordially invited our town. So, my friend, just be- given more. Then he says "we inflamed you have a rumbling Griffin is visiting relatives in Cin- that had fifty cents and wanted to cause we did not come up to what gave $2,5o0.o0 in the purchasing sound or imperfect hearing, and you think we should, do not class Liberty Bonds, and wants to when it is entirely closed, Deaf cinnati this week. W. A Owens, invest it for a Christinas dinner. , us a German, or a Miss Ella BellNewland, of the sweet singer of the Quail sec German sym-- know if Brodhead did so well. ness is the result. Unless the was here between trains athizer, for when Uncle Sam Possibly not, but we had one inflammation can be reduced and was here to see his brother-in-law- , tion, J. II. Walton, who is very Monday, en route home from wants us or can use us to an ad- man here .purchased $10,ooo.o0 this tube restored to its normal j. p. E. Drummond, who' Richmond. Our friend at Brod- - vantage, we are ready to answer worth of the same bonds, and be- condition, hearing will be destroyoW stepped off No. 32, the fast Cin- head says we will try to claim pov- the summons, as we believe this sides a number of others bought ed forever. Many cases of deafcinnati train last Thursday and erty as our defense for the good is just patriotic as all the gold of bonds too. He said we paid ness are caused by catarrh, which had the misfortune to break his little town of Livingston not do- - Ophus or the silver of Peru. Our $26oo.oo toward the Dixie fund, is an inflamed condition of the leg, was taken to London to the nating more freely to theY.M C A. friend seems to dwell on our elec- aud you didn't. Well we had no mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh hospital and is getting along My friend, we will say there you tric lights, but Livington is not occasion too, being seven miles Mediciue acts thru the blood on nicely. A Mr. Poff has moved are wrong again. While Livings one jot or tittle ahead et Brodhead from the nearest point, and be surfaces of the sys- into the house on Maple street, ton is considered a railroad town for they could have gas lights, if sides they had to give in order to vacated by D. B. Rambo. A. W. jand while wages run from $1.33 so much was not used through provide a way to get out. It was We will give One Hundred Dothe the Signal. Bourne, who has been first trick to $10 per day, about either provide a road or an eleva- llars for any case of Catarrhal operator at Sinks for quite a citizens work for the company tor and we feel that chose the Deafness that cannot be cured by while, has taken a position at and since the cost of hying "has better way, that is the landing Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circularis, Ky., and moved his family went" upward in leaps and might be better. Then he ffiR FLETCHER' lars free. All druggists, 75c. Mrs. W.T. Am x is visit- - bounds, it takes all some can there. ,up by either calling as F.J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. HAVE A BIG STOCK OF BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES, WHICH WE EXPECT TO CLOSE OUT IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE WE S.j 3EES Albany, Ky., Dec. 6, 1917. Last Monday was the first day of the December term of the Cin rr am t n Circuit Court. At 9 o'clock Judge Bethurum called Court to 'Ban-wa x Band" sj r order, then instructed the grand jury, but adjourned court at 10 x goods are m iS o'clock in order to give Judge Robsion an opportunity to address Always .I Look built on the ft a the citizens of Clinton County. Judge Smith, our County Attor- Forth of quality. ney, presided, and after urgin gupon the audience the importance Red Batt It costs $1,000,000 a year extra to make them of selecting a strong, vigorous man to represent us in Congress so strong and durable, but M. Kobsion, of Barbourville. Mr. at this time, introduced Judge J. yo?i get the benefit. The test oi llobsion made one of the most brilliant as well as one of the time proves that it pays to wear ablest speeches ever heard in the Clinton Courthouse. The large them. Thev couldn't be made better audience gave nim rapt attention for nearly two hours. He is able, at double tne price. s logical and brilliant, and Mr. Powers certainly has a strong fellow Wool Boole Ve Sell "Ball-Baiuafter iiim this time. His speech was well received and roundly Lumbermen's Socks with Overshoes, fr He made scores of friends in Clinton County by his E3 applauded. ir and the kind that last. R r to speech. If he keeps this up, this end of the dittrict will get up and ask us to show VOU the Combination Boots and Ovri with r Snow Excluders. ishake itself, and Robsion will be in the fight down here" New Kra, Albauy, Clinton county, Ky. yj y .'a P ol kJTOjH iT' bed-roc- k 5 l:Ktl i )Ms ri All-Vn- it all-wo- BR OD H EAD We show more Ball-Ban- d goods than all other stores in Rockcastle county The W THE BALL-3AN- D STORE A -- Square Deal . - i- r v Sig-ma- may always be expected fresa a squre dealer. We deal is Si'jnr;? aud every other es sential for Carpenter. Asd the Tools we sell are ea the square, accurate, strongly made and of the vary eet and most reliable materials. si Win 111 All t trades supplied wish all necessary Tools. Alse, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. SUTTO THE CLOTHIERS C. G. COX Mt. Vernon. wV LIVINGSTON Opoosite Court House ..WTipTTai d j This Difference 14 Well George' said the presi- , e Brod-head- 1 your firm sixteen jean.' Jj "Well, well." said the president, "I suppose you are both pretty well thought of," "H'm,'' said George, "the both of us was took sick last week, and they got a doctor for the hoss, but they just docked my pay! " George oughtn't to complain. The company paid him each day for his work. They fed the horse every day for his work. The horse knew nothing and could do nothing but eat his oats as they were given him. He had no way to prepare jor the future. But it was ditferent with George. He had theadvautage of.mind the advantage of laying away each day for sixteen years a little bit to take care of him when he was sick or laid oh. "Fair to !'ii liiin', sir," George answered as ' he continued to curry the old horse. "Me an' this here boss,'1 George said, "has worked for dent of the company to old .George, "how ozs k ? ff The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. j 1' CAPITAL 15,000 00 -- i one-ha- lf s s ss J. C GRIP HIM, President W. H. CO rTONGIM, Vice-Prtsi- dft fin-sh- ed C M. THOMPSON, Cashier - . Ufan- T H "1 , Lann Mf p'me:?iropi Ttfti- Anglicans aud irjifrs Aniunjaud Italy weakened bemuse of! tiou won and flower and floarisk FitAY. Dim. 14. 191; vho had sent a or..!rsatlon at'laeltof proper food. No goverfi- - luxuriantly, while line old homes; tlns time as Gentry dataile and uo'.t can stand against empy elegant modern villas aad fKMis he J every Ffiday by line Hie avenues and uhich tin part .Jonr a confesses. tutaaeta. We must either fe--d armies or prepare do drives along the shore. SDGAf: S ALP RIG I IT. our Life is to mjt the least i.s ant in syn e, sen our own bora to replace ever attire at Th Pas: there is jrnver!'-mewall the plana et our in wai; r this war. Shaaie the' who fall. $1 o OSU VKAR W have aire' y boating, motoring, golf, tennis U8$CRtTK d our stirplu- - wheal IO and eahing oj amy and dancing shi; on bin for such dislovalty With reference to the slur na thei. j it is not enough to go and ail ether indoor festivities Advertising rates mcue known on -npristain the pyenipg. o t'm nn.ir) e of I,i'ington , whirl sronnd. It is ahnluttt rees ifor application IVet A I A V- - - V- i 1 .' ..' golt ,1 luicui eaeeyt arj Li the Americai epio to ' bosata of one l tits finest so far ns their failure rraVctPti save 180.000,000 bushels of wheat courtes snywkerr is the South. 1 fsw.tt tm' vmfi'M MRMBFR OP wheat sabsUtutes, or nui iv in tii- in, ,aad the ruin of ti. Its proximity to New Orleans VI KaWIOCaTT press association i rMI church, as well as to what Gei -- oldiers will tatve and we will and excellent trans-portion sertransportaThe automobile helps the nation's war-tim- e try should have said in a nntdic Umm the war. Hence the request vice over the Louisville & Nashtion problem, rfX'-- a - mm "'iuum a. n anr.i jm I pa. j y' m address, is mere twaddle, intern! for w.ieatlrs das. We have a ville jUaihoad places all the dikeeps the wheels of industry going 'round by keeping ' BT,., solely to divert the minds f surplus 111 turn and otocr gran s versions of ti e metropolis within and merchandise moving, led man '' your car, mr and good tires help the automobile keep going, pji".-!$tthe people from him and is 1 .t cannot be shipped. We must reach of visiters st Pass Chris ' morm and r b'.nod later. tian, who make a day for shop good tires like the United States 'Chain' Tread Tire, feehle effort aa his part lo seud bread most more to ralieea tko transportation the tire of long mileage of low mileage cost, dodge the real and only quest ior Which is it to be? It is also ping ia jNew Orleans sad return proataro on t '. and traction service. beef, in time for dinner, which is one hi.-- loyalty to hi-necessary to save meat the tire of supreme anti-ski- d own count r Nation's railroads Tread's vast sales increases are the positive The 'Chain' pnrn no mutron. sugar unci lats, of lh8 s(.iai funt.tioua it the and merchants' Three cheers ter Ed Gentry delivery service. " evidence of srpreme service and mileage. for ari lout fats the soldiers' Pass. or remaiijing in the citv Be is j.istly en lit led to the prai-SAMUEL P. COLT Try 'Chain' Treads and make comparisons for yourself. Jf C nmentsOn R?.v. F M. Jon?-- ' every patriotic citizen tt. wound? x. ill not heal. for dinner, you can return at Our fuming Bttchiae is only your piejuure iIttur iu tat SllUC Nme.t2.19tr y Attitude Towurd the Work of .trld over for po nting out I - within, if there shni! whil jn prr cent eQicic-nl- , the Y.M.C.A. As Indicated cnoiiie another like Jones in that of the enemy ia aineiyperj Bv his Answer To Ed Gentry Also Tirtt for Motor T5,ft hntpls rjMlk with the fiie?t Itbby' 'Chain' midst, he should le exposed cent efficient. While our arms Truck. Motor 'Royal Cord' Cycle. B.cyctm. ! This is no time for traitors, slack andnaware bnin nretaired for " the coontry, snd there are and Aerojlanes Use' 'Plain We read with deep ton cam the nlJ country era and idlers. Everv man iuum the struggle, our only way of many delightful I'nueJ Statet Tabes and Accessories H lit Ait the Sterling statHtneutof Ed Gentry with f K'trth and Wear That Make L'mted Stun Tires Supreme tand to his gun, with his lingei holding off Get many is by send- homes, where good board and erence to the unpatriotic declarahosoilality real Jaoatbara are n the trigger. Tne price o ing food to the allies. If we fail tions of "Rev." F. M Jones, of '1 he inland country back peace, which am intend to havt, to do this we lose the war a pros, fot nd. hud no desir. Liviiifston. We is war. Our slogan is, "Over tin ppct too terriole to contemplate of Pass Christian is beautiful, to comment on it and would not top to Berlin" Blood is in our We must see this war goes and many charming cdrires may now. except for the fact that eyes be taken over the excellent roads, and determination tn out through for the sake of future gt Jones answered the rharjEC in among fine, productive f r i' it and hearts. The wa.r must be won eratios and to "make the work) the last issue of toe Signal. truck farms, which ship much In spite of such men as Jones safe for de uocracy " We do not know this aiiniater-ia- : our of the early garden stuff thst is CamThe Food Cjns-rvati:.; V--1'., V.'.r.-Ibrave boys are on the araj ''C-.-. bin his awm articlv to capture the enemies of right, paign recently conducted in the ?o eagerly sought in northern agent, t,'-- !' thoroughly convinces us th; t the murderers of innocent women 'Jutted States and resulting in markets. The fishiug in St. Gentrr was fight in the main. ami tne assassins of little child- the signing of the pledge card by Louis Bay and the tributsrv Jones admits that while the rais- ren. We congratulate the people r2.O(X),u00 families, is a direct streams is excellent, many an A complete stock of United States Tires carried by arlers findiny their best snort i a ing of, money was going on, he of dear old Rockcastle lor then attack upon the submarine a aid condemn; certain tilings in hearty response every time they Rockcastle's record in this cam- the little rivers and 'streams of 'and come here for the water more fashionable routine of tht Y. if. C. A..- work but soys 1,..,.. the immediate interior. the ,. ., At... 'er sincerely yours. LU11CU IIU1I'CII ,,.,11 a Jll t.t UCICil" paign shows t iat onlv twenty-riv- e he. "God s record will show that t10 j ig and to protect our cout Across the lav from Pass sports ana we nsning. n is also la'ger neighboring resorts. V. "(ward W . per cent of the families of lines 1 did Dot call them gambling Pass Christian and Bar St. sta e Canpaiga Chainaan, Christian is the somewhat exclu- popolar in winter with many May her people intensity the county signed the card. U..1I. !.,..' u;... , mawm . II.. mi l thHr f. jncrease the pre When the next call is made by sive cottage resort of Bav St. northern people who prefer tie Louis .are reached only bv the r Tevhiiu di i ....io. ,.t ..,..!.. ..a f. ...it " " r. moacrn teei passenger trains or. nothing by that, as no one here e i.aip ign aeciet beHJ)c the Food Administration, will not i.onis, a place mucn trequetnea huii U1 of breidt bacon a,ld . nas access 10 mat, accompanying ireeuom ior out- - thp ' .Of KV .r K R- f New ( He enconraga ',SHthe boys in the every tamily show its patriotism b rMidrnti tloor sports, to the gayer and iVUXE KAILUOAL). further say:, 'But I did say that trenches, pray for a speedv Tt yf md loyalty by talh g into line and who own cottages and bungal s j certain ganie that they run arill 11 12 2, 23, 12 14 and safe return to home for oy complying willingly with any s leaiu the boys how to gamble." every blessed one of our soldier plan presented by tbe government Rskaaataf ekildi loftealaj In the first place this stateuiei.t boys. Campaign Headquarters. for saving the necessary food for fnunduiii n of 'ricus hin trouhle. Da is untrue, by this false accusalyl7. Nov. the other hnn.I. it ia harm .Til to oniitinu-ullour army aud.for the allied forces. RicfiAUU G. Wii.mams. Josr delicate little atnaasssa witti intion he again shows his ooposi-tioU. G. Haker, Mr. M. I. Bkadley, ternal molioines or to keep the children to and criticism 01 th Y. M Ml Verwou, Ky. always indoors. Chairman Food Oonscrvation. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a C. A and that at time when noth Food Conservation My dear Mr. baiier: poed applieatmn of Viek's ing but praise should be spoken. Fcrsouahv and on nalas aiu kkc tkroat ad c'iet at t;'- irPASS CHRISTIAN Meeting in Louisville For Infanta and OhrMrcn. Then after referring to the of ihe Kentnck War Wort siirn f tn uMe. wll keep the little eharia free from sslia without injuring their NEWPORT failure of the good people of LivCouncil, as well as our boys in 2.V, :oe. or $JIm In spite of the oliz.ard and the Pass Christian is the Newport ingston fco rai'the expected Know "khaki," we wish to thank you amount, be ados, "I did not hind conseqeectlv poor transportation of ana Gulf Coast, asd oue of ter your share iu the successful er them. Tliey ate doing like rctlitie, the special meeting ofitheaaesl fashionvbl and popular campaign to proviuc funds lor Genuine me, iuet as they please". Out of County Chairmen of the Food resorts iu the South. The town the At my Y. M. C. A. Work J I Conservation Campaign was at- f aboat 2,0o0 persianeat I'fHft ALOOHOL-- S r which has iust closed. Iventuc-kbis own mouth he again convicts I bv alxnit thirty chairmen J hates, is vsrr gsasrally augagtsl HI Ml by himself flhis language dearly V has won a .gte it vsctorv and 1' VAttTI simlsUianessant froas various counties of the in entertaining Jani seiviun the shows that he dfd not assist in this 1 to ou is ,Uiid a lafjjO sh.iic el liPjH fag Uittwncto great snd noble work but was. State. The meeting held in the 'large numbeis ,who iccme here, the glory. Auditorium of the See) bach, was auiumer and wiuter, for d by word and action, then willfulPltase also thank for us I ,fflsrerVofaciftgrjii-1by Mr. Sackeit, Fed-- tion. Society congregate at ly handicapping and discourag X. A through the press or otherwise all ing it. TheY. M.C. A. is the eral Food Administrator for Ken- - The Pass" at all seasons the the persous in your commuuity of I SSSirNoT Nasico ri hand maid of the pulpit and had tack, ty Miss Sweeney, State 'summer guests coming from who have cooperated to being this Jones been performing his duty Ctiairman of Home Economics- - neighboring southern cities the glorious victory t.iour sti'te. to the government as well as to and by Dr. Wilbur, President of winter throng from all parts of We also suggest that you ask Tiesstamped'Cl.eney the church, he would have been Leland, Stauford University, Mr. the North. all the interested workers in tins Silks" in the neckband Pass Christian was named for earnestly and enthusiastically Hoover's lirst assistant a ud direct campaign to remain as a perma arJs Bssufl t 4z' are invariably cravals Dr. Wilbur has a Spanish explorer who discovsoliciting and urging contributions representative. nent organization, known as the of tis'bls quality and not only worked with Mr. Hoover, ered the deep-wate- r paps that to this most worthy cause. Had War Work Council, in our com distinctive design. Our ! t iu Washington, but has been has olose te the maiu shore. It he done so, Livingston would munity to help in any future sim-- ! showing of Cheney ans DurttoH SfflH Const isation doubtless have befct) proud in- abroad to stndj conditions in the is sd old and mask honored set- Cravais is such as will ilar campaign. Such calls will stead of ashamed of the amount waring countries. His appeal to timent. havin been a popular excite the admiration of need to be made every six or ; ck in ante-- ! ever careful purchaser. given to protect the morals and the people, through the County , r,,ort froni far eight months daring the war. food, bellum 'daw Tradition associ-- ! provide christian homes ter our Chaincea. to conserve Many chairmen have report- as the only means of saving our ateS is witQ lue gayest Jef south-- 1 Sec our line of boys io tbe army. No man or led "more coming". boys and of winning this terrible prn f0ciety 9nd with men tnd XrMAS r (vnflH coram unitv has a right f do is PleHse keep after additional gifts war, was most impressive and ' WOinen .faoious ic high social YQg 'afl I TIEW NECKWEAR be or they please just now. until all in your county whol eloquent. and foreign lands; circles of this Every ioval citizen will give his We have what he wants should help have had au oppor-- l . The follows extracts from his President Wilson is Jone of Pass last penny if 'need be, his best tunity to do so. A complete re may help us all to realize the Christian's recentnotable guests. service, yea, ever, his life for his talk port by counties will be made Its iocaticm is one of tBt9 choicest country. ;Rockcastle loy.s are gravity of the situation: (early in Decetnher. "If the war should stop now, on tne coa8l The Kssvct vena THk amsiTAun iJ f Wrapper. gladly doing this in going to the Thankir.g you again for your Germany would realize her dream shore slope upward to wooded! Ba3S3SE?y "an front. Any man who is willing and easagntaJatiag cf Middle Rarope, and would have hilla, where pines and splendid1 THE CASH STORE to do less is not a loyal Amoii you upon the results, wt are, VLRNON SIGNAL l! 1oda liaOBie?gaWJ0lMI0GBe inn uuumy, u; i from whom to old eak, aaagfeittee, 01 i(;mss;s or CMHati- - s ih liuuio AUkktv ir jauru nu Tories? charm-bungalo- J' d pa-ili- nt 1 j Ah,. m ''". ! .- . x wn . , m l 1 1 W et-tu- j at ki&m ria? mm 2 tM . r of Industry Going "Round 1 com-marcim- l, JUDGE WILLIAMS , W ! f 11 even-twent- o-- United States lire 1 Arc Gcod Tires I r-- 1 -- ou ,:;'.... &&.m& , ; w?mi " ; Bryant 3ro3. - - - a. - -- 1 m . 1 , .I .. rt-cor- p-.- - vi-tor- Cvehdh r?'7J utiiurzn r lows y t n "Vap-O-Ra- he-ha- lf - - - Mothers That j Cas'oria - popu-tende- d .MrrtfmL : Always Bears the y I recrea-addresse- J ' Signature j M Chmzy ' j CmvaU 1 In I Use j For Oyer j i fWWM Thirty Years I ! M j CASTH c ,J j loW-iyi- ag jco-operati- I ?S:::T?T ' .a. INSURANCE ava)" a $ Against the High Cost of Living A BIG LINE OF Anywhere in town. If you do not believe I have insurance against the high ---------- MM a s-- aaajg -- ea DoUy Varden go gas a. m $ IA0 Dark Horse Coffee (reg 2 1 c Coffee) per lb. 1 5 All 20 c Coffees for 20 FLOUR, 24 lb. Bgs. a - Lard per lb. Sugar per lb (25c limit) 23 09 Xmas Toysrtfown XMAS CANDIE s Buy your Xmas Toys early to be sure to get what you want and avoid the rush. a - an ea Mmmmmts, . nsan go g)f ! GOOdS delivered on a o The best line of Groceries ever shown in Rockcastle county. I also carry a complete line of Saddles, Harness arid Hardware. Xmas Cards, etc. 1 1 cost of living, come in and see. n 4 a..- - 1 t W. K. BAKER Tlie Blue Front ...sij......:::;:;::::::...:; ofTill 111 4 .e a a .. . . . HOUSE COURT OPPOSITE THE :::::::::: ::::.::; I i iili I iiiii 11 iiiilill .ill: a 1 1 1 il i 111 i 1 Hi J liiii ii i i 11 il i 1 f : : i i i i : I i I ill : : : 1 i i : :::::. ; ; ; ; ; :::.: ; ; ; : ' BUJH.;.ED PnlMT a 'oq nsn Sfi! VLRNON SIGNAL fMT. VfcUiNON KY, Oec. 14, 1917 run 8. Get him something to wear at Graded School Notes J STAR ROLL FOR I NOVEMBER. Phoenix Sox will will please In this age of b'g and unex 3rd gradeNina Cox. him Get them at Fish's. Ris-s;pected happenings it seems very 4th grade Grace Bryant, up "No. 7 liall Band Rubber and Over I, 3 wurjt loComm hard for people to ,ealiz. that it Gentry, Kdna Proctor. :e vrlthSIGNAL shoes keep yom feet dry tad is the little things that eount, 6th giade Nellie Cox. warm. Fish's is the place to buy 71 h grade Lillian Griffin. In; that, really, back of everv thing them. jis the home, the church aud the Meadows. Jack Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Payne 8th grade Edna Davis, Everet school. In the excitement of the Smith, of Pine Hill, are rejoicing Bryant, Margaiet Sparks. times, if we neglect these essenover the arrival of a new girl, tials, Jwe JJose even though we 9th grade Rosa Geutry, Flora touiSviLLi A Nashville R R Co christened Helen Price Smith. Pitman, Annette Cox, Rul Coop- - are victorious in this great war. TIME TABLK. Oh, we are not kicking mind Man past 30 with horse and er. you! Wo are too sleepy to kick, 12th giado Ruth Landrum. -- 2 uonh P m buggy to sell Stock Condition; possibly too lazy. Wrender if 3:56 a m powder in Rockcastle County. 24 nortn HON OK ROLL. some people could be aroused on 23 south 11:43 a id Salary 0O per month. Address 1st grade Mable Baker, Earl Oh, yes, of; the Firing-Line- . 12:13 a m 9 industrial bldg., Iudianapolis, 21 South These cold, snowy days and nights call for warm apparel. Cromer. Nina Gene Mullins. course, the school is progressing y.s. Landrum, Agent. Indiana. L'ud grade Claud Harper, Iras well as and perhaps better stocks of for men, women Phone No. 8. For the benefit of some uier- - vine Harper, Vernon Taylor. than we expected, but still wettre and children are complete and spell prices 3id grade Pearl Hamlin, Estil sleepy; too many of us are of the Kntered t the Mt Veruon, Ky. Pomo'Sw chants who posiiuly djut, know iiimU steotni-riah- s At wi,vant to say that in selling sugar Cheek, May me bender, Sad ye "snoozy" kind with about as the government prices bad better Neil Parrett, Marguerite Merrick much life as a sick kitten and R R S9M A L be adhered to. i'he man who Gladvs Ping, Lucille Albright t' about as much chance for sucUnderwear Underwear sells sugar for more thin 10 cts Underwear 4th jgrade Katherine Welch, Arthur Thompson is here from per pound is lixiug to get himself Clara Traub, Ronnie Cummins, cess. Woolen Hose Woolen Socks j The work of the third month Mackinaws Pin 'viile on a visit. in trouble. Jennie Peuix, Nettie Penix, Stev- of this term is much better William Merrick, of Paris, has Cotton Hose Mackinaws Heavy Hose The new soiled ule which is ef- en Proctor, William Landrum. than the first or second which is be-?for several days, her Simmie Purcell. fective Sunday, Dec. lbth. Shirts Woolen Gloves very encouraging A small numGloves Chus. M. Thompson Cashier 5th grade Bessie Renner, Ella ber made splendid grades. Miss No. ill train thire is no change; last Kid Gloves Lined Gloves Artie Overshoes was up from Livingston Mae Sowder. No tt due at 11:44 a. in. No. Bertna Summers leads those in nil-lit6th Good Shoes Rubbers dueat5:i p.m. and No 24 it A'illie grade Marguerite Bryant, High School, being the only Percifui. Sherirl elect William due at Deputy a. m. member on the Honor Roll this Please note 3:40 Rubbers Sweaters Rubbers Reca Ar.glin w .s over from Disputanta the changes iu the afternoon and Hysinger, month. 7th grade to-- l Mazy McClure, Lillie Mullins, .v. Gloves Sweaters Sweaters early morning trains. 6th grade Roxie Smith, ttth grade Rissie Barnett, Ada Cox left Monday Herbert 'J. Pickett, Lillian Hansel, GeW. B. Sigmon, teacher et the Shoes Corduroy Suits Corduroy Suits for T vd). Ohio, where he has a Oak Hill school turued in 10 45 Brown, Maybelle Cummins, Hazel neva Griffin, Fied Clark, Robert $ Parrett, Bertha Debord, Fay posi on. for the i. M. C. A fund. Mr. McClure, Bliss Langford, Thom- WTaddle, Other Oliver. Howard Baker has moved to Sigman simply cailed on his 5th grade Grace Rue. Be9sie as Wallen. tin- - V. T. Davis place near Fair district ter help and the response 9th grade Lela Mullins, Bon Dees, Elizabeth Rue, Ida Clark, Gri und. came. Every teacher in the nie Niceley, Dessie Niceley, Claud Lucile Hausel, Angela Fallas Miss Mamie Baker will leave county should hav e tried to do Hazel Griffin. McHargue, Robert Fields. say. I wrote that article in de- by the world as an author .schoU Red Cross Notes in a fcv day- - to visit her mother the same thing. Mr Sigman is 1st grade Pearl Stalls worth 10th grade Marian Kincaid, n Memphis. If our Red Cross Chapter has fense Ot the Army Y. M. C. A ar and one of the biggest Bap to be commended for his good Addie Smith, Willie King. Beulah Black. not been the success it should nd not in defense of any part IltMl in America. He is the head Silas French has been trans woric. 11th grade Maggie Levisay. the Y. M. C. A. religious work RUPTURE EXPERT HERE. have been, it is our fault no indi had in it: I wrote it to the peo-e- f fcrrei from Camp Taylor to Ft l'Jth grade Onie Silvers, Verna Edward Cleats, a son of the pie of Rockcastle county and not in Camp Taylor. I had a talk F. H. .Seeley of Chicago and vidual but the membership as a Sam Houston, Texas. ate Brother Cloutz, and a nephew A'elch, Mary Langford, Sidney I was not with him at the Administration Some have done more to Brother Jones. Philadelphia, the noted truss ex whole. Mr. l.eander McKinnev an; if Jjhnuy Clontz of this place, Crawford. because he was Building this morning and he it pert, will be at the Glyndon Ho than others but none of us have eavesdropping, Miss Ma- - Sowder of Hansford was killed in a coal mine at Two literary societies have tel and will remain in Richmond given it the earnest attention that talking so as to be heard any-- one of the most enthusiastic Y weremirried last Thursday. Wallins Creek, Harlan County oten organized and are doing fine Thursday only Dec. 20. Mr. See- is required to make shu great or- where near him. and was heard M. C. A. men I have met since .Tude L. Y. Bethurum an last week by coming in contact One of the societies is in on our by several including W. H. Sow- I came here. No friends, I am "The Spermatic Shield ganization reflect Ait. C.C. Williams were in Indi. with a live electrio wire. Johun the 7th and 8th Grade Room and ley says: only retaiu any case of county, as well ascredit service der, of Brodht'ad, who heard just not here ter any harm to any one be of will not MS i: is week taking depositions. Jtoate and Ben Hasty went Sat- :he other is for the High School what I did and I hope he will but to serve if possible these rupture perfectly, but coutraets to our deserving poor. urday night to attend the fuuera! department. Judge J. M.Roosion, of publish a statement to that ef- boys who are giving all they have the opening in 10 days on the week it Wallius Creek. wis in town this Mr. C 0. Willins attended the average case. Mrs. B. S. Albright has been fect, besides Cecil Hays told me to (protect the people of thia This instrument in he rMtSfCSt of his candidacy Coal Prices: Tiie price of irst meeting of the High School's received the ouly award in Eng- made Corresponding Secretary that he used practically the county, Brother Jones as well. lur DfiO .l as fixed by the Fuel Co minis Society and presented them vith land and in Spain, producing re- for this Chapter and will help out same language in a sermon at In regard to his reference to Mr-- . S C. Fia:ik!in hts returned tioarr, is $y 95 for the people f i gavel made of wood, secured sults without surgery, injections, Mr. Durham in this, the most Union Church a short time ago what I said at Livingston when I The word of these men cannot went there at the request of from a few weeks Sfcj at Rubiasoti Veriiu::; f'5 U per t.n M from Mt. Vernon, the home of medical treatments or prescript- irdious job in the chapter. be doubted, and they are both some of the people to speak et 11 much improved 'odhead and $3.1)0 at Living-on- . George Washington. pit a I, ions. Mr. Seeley has documents sup- Baptist. If I am lying about) their flag raising, I want to nay This Chapter has ordered from an peration. Dr Pennington went to It is hoped that in the near from the United States Governplies for a First Aid to the Injured the work of the Army Y. M.C.A.Jwe are not discussing my Mrs. Josfe Perciful. vho has Livingston Wednesday and pi r these societies will be able ment, Washington, D. C, for inuor Brother Jones' pat- Price, bred McEerrou, beea living in Harlan county lei tected an agreement with tin o have an open session." spection. All charity cases with- Class in Mt. Vernon. Dr. Walker I am not discussing Owens will instruct the first class. thur Dodd and John Lair are all riotism oal dealers of that towu where a few moiitns ha-- , been with her 146 were neither tardy or ab- out charge, or if any interested what I know or what he knows lying. y they are to furnish mine rui M, lihuer, for a few days. sent during November. Parents call, he will be glad to show same We are now organizing a Heme oal at $3.00. I also want to say to the good about Germany, I am simply de Carlos Shiplett, of the Cedar-viliet us urge you to help us bring without charge or fit them if de- Relief County and will soon be impersonally, the section has returned from sired Business .demands pre- ready to help deserving destitutes people of Livingston and Rock- leading, purely Hon. J. C. Williams, of Car this number to 200 this month. of the Army Y. M. C. A. castle county and especially my work Ohio. He reports a shortage oi hage, Illinois, died on the We have paid our Y. M. C. A. vent stopping at any other place in this county. 3rc Baptist friends that I made no gainst an unfounded, unjustified coal and wood in that section. day of this month. pledge in full with $1.50 over iu th.s section. He ignorant attacic which I heard BapP. S. Every statement in this with my own ears. I would like Lieut. E. B. Thompson The Knitting Committee re- attack on Livingston or the a ripe old age. He was .vhat we subscribed. This made The Livingston for you to publish this letter and San, ninety eight years old on UsSSSSXi the total paid by school aud fac- uotice has been verified before quests all who have finished goods tist Church. transferred from Ft. the Federal and State Courts F. to bring them in, also all scraps of people are my friends and I have before it goes into print. I will Houston to Camp Talor. Be iay of August. He was a brother ulty amount to $51. 5O. have signed a contract with the cf. Seeley. left for his post of duty this f Mrs. Lou Van Winkle, of Mt yarn, as several garments are not tried to be theirs. I am not IY. M. C. A. for the period of On Friday Dec. LM, the Girls' morning. finished on account of small trying to destroy the Baptist wa with nroviaion 1 -- Q to Vernon, and the late J. J. and D Declamatory Contest will be held. Mt. Veknon, Ky Church. Cn the other hand, I the foreign held as soon e I amount of yarn. We have $25 00 Medames J. W. Rider and S. Sf. Williams, of this place. He Dec. 14, 1917. There will Jbe special music proper training. How man expect to spend was a merchant from his twen F. Sealed bids will be received at worth of yarn somewhere in the am working here under Dr. E. have in connection with the contest. Very truly, this office for the construction of hands of the express company. Y. Mulins, Pres. of the South Louis tieth year until a few years ago, Xmas with their son-- , Theological Semi E. R. Gentry The entries are as follows: t iwo Slabs or one But on account of the rush ef ex- em ;Baptist Miller and Dwight bowniaE a' A'hen old age required him to reY. M. C. A..Bldg. 153. clear span over Clear press it may not reach us for some nary, Louisville, Ky., recognized) tire from business. Camp Sliel.y. He made a Ben Hur's Chariot Race Lew Wallace Creek, Wildie, Ky.. until noon time. Tom Phenix has bought the success of this life. He was a Dec. 22nd, 1017. Plans on file Marion Kincaid Taylor place near the Fair aiau of extraordinary habits in office of County Road Engineer. John T"Ljfr Hull This Chapter is phnning to Goin' Somewhare Fiscal Court reserves the right Ground and moved to it. Mr. regular in everything he did. He a meatless and wheatless give M. Quad. to reject any or all bids. Tayior has moved to one of the never drank intoxicating liquors oauquet. Help think out ho"v Dessie Niceley. H. Mattingly, F. To this and his regular habits he Krueger bricks. it can be done. Road Engineer Rockcastle Co. He earn-rstl- The Teacher's Dream W. I. Cress, a son of Bob credited his longevity. W H. Venable. Ward off attacks of grip, wished to reach the Cres-s- , Notice: Because et a correc is here from Netawaka. colds and indigestion by timely ARMY Y. M. C. A. Julia Landrum. tion which had to be made on tax milestone He was once medication with the thoroughly testKans . Jon a visit to Rockcasth Camp Taylor, Ky. The First Piano in a Mining Camp books for Graded school, was deed and reliable remedy of the Amerielected to the State Senate of relati.es. Mr. Cress left heie can household Sam Davis. layed ..in collection of tax and Editor, Mt. Vernon Signal, He had five children, with his parents nineteen years Illinois penalty was not added Dec. rst. Mt. VernoD, Ky. Flora Pitman. PERUNA ago at the age of five years ana two girls and three boys. They Toes But to those who have not paid Dear Edgar It's better to be safe than sorry. United in Death Many a long spell of distressing sicknt-'by Jan. 1st. I want to say that I this is his first visit back to ole were all college graduates aud his might have been prevented it this proved Owing the awful weather Annette Cox. sons were successful lawyeis. remedy had beea resorted to in the first have been instructed to collect Kentucky since leaving. stages. Any ar'.Yle that has been efficientlv the full penalty in every case If conditions. 1 did not receive the The world is better by reason et Liberty and Union used for nearly half a century has proved Floyd Gentry, who has been in Tablet form if you desire it. its value. Daniel Webster. your Graded School and Town Signal until this af ternoon and I his having lived in it. He was a At your druggists. two ears, was Montana here tax are not paid by Jan. 1st, you then had to go to the post office J Ruby Cooper. Colambm. Oluo THE PERUNA CO. subscriber to this paper since its may expect to pay the extra cost. after this week and telis us that he excomplete-- 1 There is a God it We have been foundation P. D. Debord, Collector, pects to enlist in the Coast Artil ly isolated since Friday as far as Onie Silvers. lery Division before non Satur XOTICfc TO REGISTRANTS any travel except walking was Kentucky Belle day. He is a sou of Mr. ana concerned until this afternoon, C Fen line re Wool son. Do not forget to notify your Mrs. D. R. Gentry of the Quail the tracks and cars began to Verna Welch Local Board of any change of ad section. run. There must be at least Iress from that given when you The Whistling Mothei Barrack Grace S. Richmord. JiOCAL. 150 men in the small regi-terelast June 6th Your Y. M. C. which we are using for a Ruth Landrum. Questionnaire will be sent to the OvPrcott.s at just about your address now A. here. It is not a regular Liberty on tile at the office own figures at Fish's. building, but the nted was so Frank E. Brush. of the Local B ard, and it you fail Day Latl: 'll.e Signal is one to get it, such great that the Government is alSidney Crawford. failure is not a AND HIS S. B. M. S. day late this week aue to our legal excuse to prevent lowing us to use one of the barserious Program given last WedThe rollers not reaching us iu time. racks until a building can be penalty. Don't forget you have nesday was one of the best yet erected. A crowd of boys are Want elk To ieu a good farm but seven days in which to re rendered. All nf fchn rhilHron around the piano playing and for I9I8 Call on or address turn Questionnaire with all sup- taking part were at their best. singing "uood hy mother. 1 John Renner, porting affidavits. If your Ques We were glad to have about be gone for a long, long time"; Mt Vernon, Ky. tionnairj is not returned within fifty patrons present and feel anothef crowd has the Victrola j Q.-The Membership Drive will be- ttut time, you are automatically Q;ri mmmm bwri act. eesrw it rrw reweM going; still others are reading, gin uijRockcastle County on Mon- placed in Class 1. Any Regis- - Parents let us urge you to come WE SELL writing, playing checkers and WILL EXHIBIT AT day December 17, and will con trant, or any other person con- - to these programs as far as dominoes, so if there are any t nue throughout the week, clov cerned, desiring to make any possible. The interest shown by GRADED SCHOOL mistakes iu this letter, I will apii g on Christmas Day. The na- claim in respect of a Registrant, the parents tn school work has Kenosha-Klbse- d tion's quota for the Drive is Kretch preciate you correcting them. must do so witbm the seven day a great deal to do with the ad' OOo new members, et which Union Suits To-morroWere Brother Jones' letter a allowance for that Registraet, vaucement of the child, it is expected Rockcastle will get FOR MKN.WOMEN AND personal controversy between otherwise this privilege is lost. . lei embers. CHILDREN Do not fail to consult with the JQ( him and me, I would ignore it musical program is assured. Both Wind A high-clasflum & CO. M'ss hVnsc Renner nd Waltei Legal Advisory Board. altogether, but he says I made Their Louisville, ky. and String Instruments. Bussel, Miss Ella Boyd and Proceeds go for benefit of untrue statements. I will sign McKinuey all of the service is free to you, and they Ubtm MMrtmMt Sherman Mt. Vernon Brass Band. my statement and swear to it, " Hans rd section were married will be glad to helD von. jrT-?Omk'iV.lMP if he will simply swear to the ,y roFURS .VlrVnOMC SJjKaiIT,"TT' the Rev. Local Board James Barnes HF ibaaksgiving day. people what he did not say and For Rockcastle Co. ' THE CASH STORE OMtkMw I not try to toll them what ho did i Livingston School Notes. 79 e j Cold Weather Necessities For Children COLD WEATHER NECESSITIES that at ECONOMY. Our 1.1 For Men Warm For Women Warm Warm Warm ! Outing Night . t Outing Nightgowns Lo-rett- a Warm SUITS & OVERCOATS - 1 Bar-bourvill- e, li.-ie- j fu-ur- e pat-Vicc- or Ar-notis- e hat-bee- 30-foo- 60-fo- ot y Keep It Handy i.sjm hun-Iredt- h -- i PROFESSOR TONY d Diecidue OF LONDON AND 11 tu, i- & t. . m 15,-oO- -- w Nigrhf ftf 8 o'clock s '" SS irin .'T AdMission 35c and 25c 1- ri SHERIFF'S LAND SALE r L Carpenter, No, Boyd 40 12 14. R d Hill I ra.nnctj Tax and coat $ 186 Z! Martin, John acres of land acres of land , I, oroneof my.l,pat.eS will, at the front door of the Court House ? on, Garrett Lee in It .Vernon, on Monday, December 24, 1917. between he bouis i (Cooin.-ou-, ut ib in son E H Court day. sell to the ..igbest bid- augliu, Al 9 a in and 3 p m., oeintf reul-tLe following tracts of land to satisfy tax due County aud State. York. F der 1 SSSofnd 50 100 0 6J 0J M acres 20 acres 66 acres acres of land for 1916 of land for 1917 of land for 1917 of land for 1917 and 1917 ... Tax and cost 4 1 72 8 44 S 4 Every One of Them Said i V j 9 70 N. BtJaaai, li 1. Fll- - Mt. Vernon Precinct. 1914, 1915, 1916 T.i 08 67 M Ballard. Miss Julia. Itoara tot fo. i!U, WcClutv. Saui. acre of lana triyi6 & 1 anl M. 1917 one taara lot in III Vernon for the years 1915, 1916 & 1817 Total tax aud cost f " 1917, " Tax and cost Tax ana cost 1'iunan, Geo D, I , et l:iiul 2 rVcHrt No 2. West VI V Bradley, J R 50 acres of land Hamlin. Mrs M E. 1 town lot in Mt. Vernon, 1916 &. 1917, iiamlin. John, 5 acres et Laud for i9i6 Kandin, A H, Guardian. 5 acrce of iai d Helton, H ward, Itactaa of land for 19i6 nnd i9i7 Hamlin. A H. for 1916 Uneate, J C, ltown lei in Mt Vernon, 1916 and 1917 Liitivoil. V D, 1 town 101 in Mt Vernon 1916 and 1917 VV R, acre et iaml lie K:.'k-iet hind 1916 ami 1917 Sarah, '1 a .or, Mary E, 1 town lot TiMM.iason, G F, 1 town lot 1!16 and 1917 V. Inuker. Mary E, 1 town lot IBkt and 1917 V alien, Roberta, town lot JUiti and 1917 Xo. 3. C 011 way Precinct. 100 aires of land Bird. Green, 41 aeraa et land .Mat, James 200 acres tA land baajaja k C 47 aim et land Grant. James, ;il d:-- el ..iU(l 1. ct.r, Charlie tiO acixs 01 land HutT. John ;o acrea oi land Ritii,arda Tom 1J acres oi land Liavilaa C P Mary E 10o MM ( .md 50 acfet et land hataaa, Jas 1' minis, George 2 BBMa of land 40 acrea ui Kick, Nannie . be aeie. et land !.r J H 3D acre.-- , of land. S.i;. lor Heirs 19(1 acres- - of land aid, lee 50 aortas oi l.wid Waul. Nathan 17U Hum of land . aiu. John H tvi actea of land Walk ins G W Wilder, Johii to acrea et iuihI Wilder, lowing 20 aci ea of land. 58 acrea et Wren. Lee Van Winkle, John 40 acres of land No. 4. .Scaffold Cane Precinct. 80 acres of land Miller E W '." acre, of land Miller TJ ',' area of land Miller M L 50 '! aa et land Miller LC 12 acres of laud bam acres of land HcCaaae, Jerry 20 acres of land FiK Hiram 13 acre.-- of land yjiires, Sarada 50 acres of land ha. John, John 70 acres of land Swinford Heirs 5u acrea of land Anlin, Henry 15 acres of land Asuurrv, Walter (NH Black & Grhrtjabv 8u acres of land 7)0 acres of land. . C roucher W m . roue her. Good to acres of laud 40 acres o! land L roucher J K 40 aei ea (2 iand . cruueher W D 10 acres et land. Dees, Charlie 30 acres of laasj ' ' C.albaid F M 75 acrea land . Gadd Matilda 37 acres et land Gaud J G 49 acres ui iand . . Gadd, Harrison 2 acres of land Gadd. John S 37 acres of land. Hardin, John Hollinsworth.Wm Li acres of land 100 acres et land Hopper. Ernie 200 acie of i.iiul. HosKinii, Fish 60 acres of land Linville Heirs acres of land l.ovma W T No. 5. Crooked Creek Precinct. 27i acres A land Allen, Geo 75 acres of land Allen G 109 acres of land Allen. ArcU Allwn W R IN R)4U0 acres of land. Befjley, Lloyd lie acres of land Coffey, Mary 100 acres of 7(1 acre- - et land Hiw W H McGuire. Charlie 50 acres or land BOMS re . 'nirlcy il 39 Riu Unl, .! 3 9- - ' Roberta, Loutishia Adams, illhsn Del mey, vJeorjre tie 11 son. Win North Brodhead Precinct. 30 acres of land 10 acres of land 8 acies of land 20 acres of land 150 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 No. 15. ... f 5 fit! 3M 20 11 3.,, VI 4 10 1 town lot for 1910 and 1917 .". !:: 6 c5 19 01 .. 3 5 12 4 15 m. a-i- . Tax and cost $ Z-- i . . Xoi-.ueru- , i bj . . . . . . Book No. 3. Roundstone Precinct e. Mattie 60 acres of la.d, tax and cost for 1915 7 h3 4 70 Acian s, Eliza 27 Hcres et land, tax and cost for 19iti ... ; rani .1 11. hs 3 aa 47 acres of laud, tax aud cost lor 191d . . 925 acres of Hnd, taxaul co-.- t for lilid . Dicks Chaihe 3 72 17 acres of laud, tax an t cost for 1910 17 46 McColluiu, Don Nurthem, Pavis 10 acres of land, tax auu cost lor PJlb' . . 4 acres of laud, tax ami cost for 191(1 Sparks, Kobt 4i il acres of ind, tax aud cost for 1910 Ai Cam. 5 :i0 15 acres of land, adv., t .x & cost 1910 Kid well, L P 12 l2 7 acres of land, adv , t x & cost 1916 2 iv Willmott, John 1 79 Book No. 4. Scaffold Cane Precinct. 3 zl 6 50 acres of land, tax and cost ter 1910. . Gatlitf, Mose 40 acres of land, tax and cost foi 1910 .. Jones, liebecca u ed acres of la. d, tax and coat for 9ll 4 bb Miller, T J 4 101 An lie. T W U acres of nd, tax and Cot Cur 1910.. 3 fc'J Book No. 6. Orlando Precinct. I ,1 I '; Ball, K L 2 acres of hnd, tax and cost for 1915. . 13 h'J 30 acres of land, tax and cost for 19i6 5 52 Baker Heirs 25 be Bryant, S H 30 acres of Uad, tax and cost lor 1910. . 7 00 14 acres of land, tax and cost for 1910 Jordon, J B 21 89 2 acres of land, tax and for 1910. . 6 31 Treadway. Henry 9 b7 Book No. 11. Powers Precinct. 7 47 C-l1 . . 00 07 98 74 b9 If more convenient you ma tail to settle tfca following taxes : i t the residence of Jack Abu y 9 76 3 91 lam Moulin s, s.r.u. 4 n TiUS "We'll Deposit Our Money with the n j f 0c 1 btiiiK ra 9 6 55 3 32 5 50 41i 1 . -- 1 4 59 4 35 3 :1 3h4 3M j o 10 This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. -- 1 $ 4 41 1 3l7 t 5 75 i it "WATCH C77EI7!,ST5TC US GROW" n i vCl: it I 3 07 5 !5 U 10 45 4 7H 4 35 5 f,t 4 35 BETNURUftl LEWIS Y9& ac&acgtpr IJ J. 'In Sill iL 'ri.Vi-JlLiUi-Ui- jj . ..;,! Jli .T "' . .ii.. rt.. I rimm I ; est . ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT VERNON. RY. jj Will practice in all the courts. Office in Bethurum Building. V Tax aud cost t . . . . i .. .. . . f . No. 6. Brush Creek Precincl. Hiekey, Thomas Tiiiiler, A J Faiin. Alva Helton, Charlie 30 acres of land McNew, John G Reams, J H Miary, T S Traa way, John acres et laud acres of land acres of land 27) aei-eof land 40 acres of land 10 acres el land 35 acres of land 5 40 70 1 s No. 7. Livingston Precinct. 1 town lot Nr Allen J M W H Nr 50 acres of land Cot'.on, Mrs Green 19 acres of laud for 1916 and 1917 00 aarea of bum for 1917 King, bheruian 00 acres of land Mulnfis Heirs 1 acres of land Morgan J M New Livingston Coal Co., 100 MM of land 2"j acres et Uaad for 1916 and 1917 Tarker, Simon Rockcastle Mining, Lumber & Oil Co,, 606 acres land 1917 lk-eje- y . the eradication of hog cholera in Jack Abney, Deputy Sheriff. this section. Robt F. Spence, Hog cholera is a dreaded di Spencc Speaks to County Agent sease and is now raging in Berea, Ky. the Rockcastle County. 37 There sre 9 efforts being made by the CounUi 2 MORE PORK. 4 7; ty Agent and the Extension 6 3.0 Sows must be bred at this forces to eradicate this disease 5 59 For Infants and Children 5 59 time in large numbers in order and there must be a concerted !n Use For Over 30 Years 8 tO to insure adequate meat supply. effort made by the farmers in 3 72 Always bears need meat the hog cholera 6 15 To win the wai we the section, or els Signature of 8 i'l To get an increased meat supply hogs will continue to die. Al. 4 47 6 34 quickly hog breeding must be indead hogs should be buritd or 4 01. creased materially over all the burned. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH When buried the bodv 6 49 country, aud in certain States should be REMEDY. 5 59 covered with lime and 6 72 an increase of from 25 to 5o per This is not only one of the best covered four feet with dirt. 23 54 in the number of hogs is Neighbors an.l most efficient medicines fcr 7 64 should be notified of 334 recommended c ughs, colds and croup, but is by the United sick hogs in the community also pleasant and safe to take, States Department of Agricul 5 7,9 ture. The situation is of great Well hogs chould be vaccinated which is important when medi 5 59 ana separated irom tne sick one. cine must be giren to children 6 79 importance that we must have Many mothers have given it 12 37 plenty of meat for our array and their unqnali6ed endorsement. 10 Ol suf- purposes should be yiven a dou.8 89 the army of the Ailies. and 4Ci ficient meat for our Civilian popu ble treatment mating them imNotice: Any partes caught 4 80 mune from ch'lera. carrying anvthing off the proper lation and the civilian population There has been enough hogs ty of the Ml vernon f'air As of the allies at home. To have ht proav a tad to Tax and cost 4 a this meat breeding animals must lost in Wildie and vicinity to pay socir';ii will the full extent of the lw. Any 7 tO for the vie dnat'on of every hog information given the Associa 5 V2 reproduce themselves so the off 571 springs will be available for in Rockcastle County, and then tion leading to the arrest of such 6 51 in the near future. nave some monev left for the parties will be appreciated. All 8 5b slaughter 3 34 lh gs can be increased quicker war Y. M. C A. work. Dr. persons are hereby warned to 5 72 stay of these grounds. than any other kind of live Crider of the State Extei sion Mt. Vernon Fair Association. s'ock, theiefore a larger num Department and County Agent J. L.Cooper, Scy. C D.Sutton. Pr Tax and cost 2 99 ber of sows must be produced Spence spent Monday and Tues2,51 Bra 11 26 than in recent years day of last week at Wildie, 6 34 3 42 12 M 4 b5 5 7b 1 7;. 4 IBS 2 49 5 91 ; 3.-- Hinos, D Mullins, Milton taxes and cost for standard track directly ocrviag icoo Ma ' S ih - - In C I.I' ' '"? . - ! 2 - . 1915 . 42 acres of land, tax and cost for 1910 Cam Mui.linS, Sheriff Rockcastle County, yflfcxttadtt iiiboo Alabama Florida Indiana Georgia Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina ccriLv;in'j-Cii.C. YOU or your frienda ti : - ...lu. LmJ infonnaticn regarding Ij 4. Farmer fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call en or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the CASTORIA Southern Railway System Trains are rpcrr.:cd f :i convenient schedule tat every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C. KING, Division Passenger A rent 113 . Ohio SouthCarolina I' (aS&f&&M, Tennessee Virginia and the M..i t District of Columbia Ul""'lllllllll)l Vil, iiiiiii::.'' lll!ll!IH!li r j Stt, Lex in it cu. Kentuc!c7 lllllllll!---- V1 .! ; r !" '., i IIINIINIini!:!!!! Hi1 I: hill lift mm k : ii'tii.:ii:.ii'it! l1 S?33J j Srj K 0J,OCh( mm Pr i 33 P op!e business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise the progressive fanner: and, too, the businesai woman. We shall be gl.td to initiate people into details of keeping a checking account. wide-awak- e vac-cinati- ug 4 02 3 62 3 34 HOG CHOLERA a.id laying plans for 1124 4 68 46 08 4 2 4 4 6 5 Walnut Grove Precinct. No. 75 acres of laud. Hayes Heirs Nichols, T B H acres 01 land 30 acres of land Ray, Carter 50 acres of land Rice, W R 60 acres of land Robert', Levi Roberts. Sam (,NR) 93 acres of laud 25 acres of land Soars, Charley Whitaker,JohnNr) 40 acres of land 8. . 01 62 8t 10 6G . 62 3 73 3 27 Notice Last TO ML OA8TQRIA l FOB FLETCHER a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; No. 9. Browns Precinct. Isaacs H H McWillianis, W btedbene, Thos Adame, David Benton, Linda Caldwell, Lou Herri n I B llerriu OL 50 50 37 K 4 JO acres of laud acres of land acres of land acres el laini acres of land for 1917. Tax and cost I 8 60 18 20 10 37 3 36 860 Crauk, Andy-Davi- s HP Denny, John Howard, Mrs Bettie 90 acres of land 41 acres of land J ohnson G M Lawrence. Mary by W L Cash 30 acres of land. 40 acres of land M urry, Jim 25 acres of land Idikle, Jim 8 acres of land Oliver J W 1 town lot for 1916 and 1917 Pike, John 26 acres of land for 1917 Rosa, L D 7 acres of land for 1917 Sexton, HP 32 acres of land Singleton, John Spoonamore. Oscar 40 acres of land 60 acres of land Sowdere Heirs 60 acres of land Taylor, Bob Nr 1 town lot Wheeldon C A 1 town lot Wilmott Heirs No. Cook, Root Johnson, John Mull ins, Milton MeCrackin I R McGuire R 60 60 100 5O Hicks TJ No. 10. South Brodhead Precinct. 15 acres of land 1 house and lot 60 acres of land 25 acres of land 90 acres of land J5 acres of land 30 acres of land Tax and cost $ 4 09 6468 4 2 86 6 16 8 14 ' 4 86 5 51 560 606 371 111 Of Rockcastle County fitf ML n Arnc r WE WILL P08 GLAD TO TAKK YOUR ORDER THE NBW LIBERTY LOAN BONDS. BR i lialaM The Bank of Mf, Vernon ooocli eg ft x&x&Mx&iDiagx3-yc-x- Tr-aiajM- aj 4 01 11 60 4 10 9 5 5 6 10 3 2 8 ' 42 60 61 60 10 67 51 98 Your taxes are long past due and I must wind up the Sheriffs business by the first of the year, As I am compelled to collect all taxes by th first of the year, as you know that I am a poor man and not able to pay them for you. i It is much easier for you to raise $4.00 or $5.00 than it is for me to raise seven or eight thousand dollars, as you know that lam under bond for all taxes and must collect same as you know that I have been very lenient with you and havenft pushed you. But the time is at hand when I have to collect these taxes so please be governed accordingly and !l if your neglect causes me to have to levy on your property then donft blame me, as it is as much your business to call and settle your tax as it is mine to collect, so please arrange and settle with me. If you haven't paid your tax you know it and if you have you know it. j UNDERTAKER I j ' Brodhead ! Ky 569 Tax and cost 1 11. . Powers Precinct. acres at land acres of land COMPLETE LINE CoHins, Caskets and Roh? Mail- - Telegraph or T pbune' orders Promptly Filled ' . mmQ ".. ''riat i ' J S iaT --- r ' ' ?. mt ' t 40 acres of land acres of laud acres of land 2 8 4 9 60 2J 85 6d Tmmmm)ww4Tlrtffpwiji r fc 3 33 No. 12. Pine Preciuct. Arnold & Baker 100 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 50 acres of land for 1917 Baieu Ed 15 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 Jaojfcsoa, Floyd 124 acres of land for 1817 Jackson, Gay D Lamb, Matilda 60 acres of land 5 acres of laud Lay, Susan 25 acres of land Lay, John Lansdale Face Brick Co., 25 acres of land 75 acres of land Powell R K 10 acree of land Roniina, Noah 8 acres of land for 1817 Smith G W 32 acres of land Williams The No 13 Wildie Precinct. '2'4 acres of land Baker, John 200 acres of land Bewles D G acresofland Fish, Samantha f bears acres of land Fish A T heira 130 acres of land Hayes B A 10 acres of land Jordan- - B Lear. Francis 101 acres of land 65 acres of land Man is, Mary J 60 i . . Tax and cost $ 8 20 6 6T 453 660 3 27 3 57 UrHDEiS TAKlB Our line of Couch Casket is unexcelhl Hand-made I I wrtt 702 4 88 3 18 616 659 8 16 mi 'offins fnrnishec I Harse sent to all parts et the County .J I Tax and coat $ 3 ' 33 6 10 All Phone 2348 32 66 4 2348 ord3rs by Wire Promptly Filled 836 16 73 ' Robinson Am acres of land 1160 CAM MULLINS, W. A. COX, jjj 94-S 860 SHERIFF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Ml'. VERNON, KY. " NaW CaS ESsg sltt