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Mount Vernon signal: December 21, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917122101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 21, 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. i ( PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY lt fmum MT. VERNON, Signal DECEMBER 21. 1917 1 tax-paye- ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NUMBER 13 I Bowling was in London Wednes- day on business. Mr. and llrs. H. E. Christie, and little daughter Annie Elisabeth, are with Mr. Christie's parents is Bluefield, W. Va . and will return about the Mrs. Mary first of the year. Albright returned from Ashville, IN. (J a few days ago, where she has been with her son, R. E. Albright, who is there on ac count of health. Dick is getting along nicelv now and his many friends back home are anxious that he will soon be able to re- r The has to go to the government and if he doesn't within the time prescribed, he is a violator of the law, and the gov ernment will go to him with its LOOK! LOOK! AT LOOK! panalties." Charley L. and Willie Davis Write Back From Newport, R. I. Newport, R. I. Dec. 16, 1917. Dear Doctor: Well I am here and liking fine, it is a great life. We it left Louisville Friday morning and came thru Washington, Bal timore and New York. We came from New York on a steamer. It took us all night to come from New York as the Big Pond was on a rampage. We had a stateroom and slept good. We arrived here Sunday. This is the coldest place I ever saw. We are located on a small island and the wind does strine us fair. We are drilling some every day. My hands are so cold I can hardly write. I am writing this in th? Y. Some of the boys are playing the piano and singing, the others are writing. We bad church this morning. k Everyone got shore has to attend. We for leave yesterday the first time since we came. We get leave every Saturday from noon until 11:30 p.m. flow are all the folks T It is almost time for chow (dinner), so I must close. Would like to hear from you soon. Say Doctor I wish you would look around and see if you couldn't rake up Willie and me some Kea cross sweaters and scarfs. Most all the boys have them. Some of them have the small bted Cross bags also. They would be nice for a Xmas present from our old friends and well wishers Eh? Well good by and good luck. I hope you success. CLOSING OUT SALE -LANGFORP, OUR LINE OF KY, li aiL.LmJ ' 4 Trrl I ? I rJJj iM 2) ill A JtJs I II turn. SJ J'1 ill I i 1 I I til GOVERNMENT MAN Comes To Mt Vernon a TO General Merchadise I Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Clothing, Underwear, Hats, etcWe have a complete line for men, woman & children, and in order to close out quickly a big cut will be made on every article on our shelves. - WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF BISCHOF COATS AND SUITS AT ASTONISHING 'LOW PRICES, WHICH WE EXPECT TO CLOSE OUT DO NOT FAIL IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS. TO ATTEND THIS SALE Coat A& Suit S JLi J! -- FIGURE INCOME TAX Danville, Kt., Dec. 12, 1917. You wont have to figure out your own income tax all by your-sel- t hereafter. The government is going to send out men to help you. It will be up to you to hunt up these men, who will be sent into every county seat town, and some other towns besides, to meet the people. Post-masters, 1 Platform Scale and 1 Computing Scale lor sale cheap. Sale is now on and will last until every artiele Is sold. bank ers and newspapers will be able to tell you when the government's income tax man will be around, and where to find him. He will answer your quettiona, swear you to the returns, take your money, and remove the wrinkles from your brow. Returns of your income for 1917 must be made between January ist, ana March ist, 1918. C. W. Mdioan LANGFORD KENTUCKY SUTTON 2 WAYSIDE NOTES under & McBEE BR I THE CLOTHIERS Y. For some time he has been in charge of the detective work OD H EAD at-staf- Inspector Dwyer. The! Siace Liviagstoa is being in some counties a long time, very ed forever. Many &o-ocases of deafdecided to give Mr. Jones a tacked on every side we have de likely By JIM MARET f in the court house in the ness are caused by catarrh.which send off dinner at Gonfarone's cided to draw our forces and county seat town. In cities where is an inflamed condition of the "He is one in a million." This in Eighth streetwatch the battle for a while, and there are collector's branch offices mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh time honored expression has been "Officer O'Conner was the toast our advice to our good friend up he will be there, and in other cities outdone. The city of Uti;a New Medicine acts thru the blood on aster. He told Detective Jones there is to stay well under she! possibly at the city hall. My the mucous York desiring to change vice how much the office men thought ter aad not expose himself to surfaces of the sysoffice will in due time advise post conditions existing therein organ- of him. tem. to the shot and shell that has masters and cankers and send out ized a Committee of Twenty and We will give One Hundred DoDwyer paid a glow- been turned his way W. E "Inspector then started a search for the ing tribute to the honesty and Gravely, A. J. Pike, A. T. Fur notices to the newspapers stating llars for any case of Catarrhal man to take charge. Appealing efficiency of Jones. He referred nish, A.M. Hiatt, W.H. Albright, when the officer will be in each Deafness that cannot be cured by to New York Police authorities to tne work in the fourth district W. A. Carson, W. F. Carter, A.J county. It will not be necessary Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circuthey were given the "loan" of and said that Jones and the en- Haggard and C. H. Frith were for prospective tax payers to ask lars free. All druggists, 75c. Bill Jones, a Rockcastle county tire staff had proven their hon- were among .those visiting Mt. my office Jfor forms on which to F.J. Cheney & Co. .Toledo, O. make returns. The officer boy at a salary tbrebling his past esty in the many cases success Vernon Thursday of last week who visits their county will have wages. By strict attention to fully prosecuted. Tilden Frith, who has been buy them." I E S duties and upright honesty, for 'Magistrate Groehl said he iag produae here for several It may be stated as a matter years on police force, Bill loved Jones because as an assis- aonths past, closed out his busieleven G. E. Mullins was in Rich Jones has established a record tant district attorney and a mag- ness and left for Hot Sennes. of generel information that 'net mend Monday. income' is the remainder after Mr. and Mrs. would feel of which anyone istrate he had been able to test Ark., Thursday of last week on subtracting expenses from gross Henry Black are visiting in Laurproud. Among the five million his ability and honesty and account of the condition of his inhabitants of Greater New York, when Jones had a case it was a health. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Car. income. Person, family, or living el this week. -- Mr. and Mrs. Bosexpense is not expense in the ton Durham, of Hamilton. Ohio, they selected Bill a native of the snre conviction. ter acknowledged a deed ;first of meaning of the law, the exemption and Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Park Cumberland Mountains. "Assistant District Attorney the week, to a tract of land in being allowed to cover such er, of East Bernstadt, have been The Chief of New York city, Unger said that the Criminal Shelby county toO. D. Rowletta expenses. visiting relatives in this part the official publication of the New Courts beilding appreciated the the consideration being fio.OOo The new exemptions of Si. coo for several days. Mrs. Estill York police Department, had great work accomplished by De- Eld. L. N. Bowling held regular and $2,000 will add tens ef Mullins has been on the sick list tkous the following item in its issue of tective Jones. services at Logan's Creek church ands to the number of income tax for a few days. Mat Green has "United States Assistant Dis near Haywood Sumdav. Mi Dec. 8 about William O. Jones, payers in this district, inasmuch been baying np several of the the executive secretary of the trict Attorney Stanton said Gertrude Bowling, his daughter, as practically every farmer, mer- old cows in this part and will committee and the man who will Jones's work in federal eases accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. chant, tradesman, professional lake them to Richmond and the be in charge of the local work was beyond reproach. A. E Albright returned from man and salary worker and a parties that are selling want to "Other speakers paid like tri- Louisville Sunday where Mrs. great many wage workers will for the Committee of Twenty: Miss Nell be buy young ones. "Unique in the history of the bute to the character, reputation Albright recently was operated required to make Gauley, visited her return and pay Bullock, of police department was the dinner and efficiency of Detective Jones. on for cancer at the Norton Mem tax. sister, Mrs. Estill Mullins Satur given last week to Detective "In response to the commen orial Infirmary. She is getting The law makes it the dutv of day night There were services William O. Jones by the mem- dations Officer Jones paid a trib- along nicely and is able to be up the to seek out the Co- at Red Hill Saturday and Sunbers of ;the second inspection ute to the character of Inspector most oi tne time now. 0. A. llector. Many people assume that if day conducted by Rev. Parker. district staff. Mr. Jones has ob- Dwyer. He said the inspector Wheeldon, of Lancaster, was an income tax form is not sent, or Mrs. Lucy Metcalf was the tained a leave of absence to ac- always stood by his men in ofdiff- here Tuesday on business. W. a government officer does not guest of her sister, Mrs.Linville icult cases and that any the cept the position of executive other members of the staff were E. Gravely was in Louisville dur- call, they are relieved from mak-- Allen Sunday. Miss Sallie Mulsecretary to a vice committee entitled to the same eulogy that ing the week buying goods for ing report. This is decidedly ! in .tins was the guest of her cousin, his big Main Street store that intends to clean up Utica, N. had been paid to him.." N. error. It is tne other way round. Mian Lillie Mullins Sunday. f 1 "The Government recognizes" Collector et Internal Revenue Hughes said today, "that many persons experience a good deal of difficulty in filling out income tax forms. It recognizes, too, that tax payers resident at where collector's offices are not easily accessible find it hard to get proper Your friend, instruction in the law. Next year, C. L. Davis. when every married person living ith wife or husband and having CATARRHAL DEANESS a net income of $2,000 and every CANNOT BE CURED unmarried person not the head of by local applicatons, as they cana family and having a net income not reach the diseased portion of of $1,000 for the year 19 7 must the ear. There is only one way make return of income on the to cure catarrhal deafness and form prescribed, there will be that is by a constitutional remehundreds in every community dy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused seeking light on the law, and help by an inflamed condition of the in executing their returns. My mucous lining of the Eustachian own and every other collection Tube. When this this tube is district in the nation will be inflamed you have a rumbling divided into districts, with the sound or imperfect hearing, and county as the unit, and a govern- when is it entirely closed, Deaf ment officer informed in the ness is the result. Unless the income tai assigned to each dis- inflammation can be reduced and trict. He will spend hardly less this tube restored to its normal than a week in each' county, and condition, hearing will be destroy1 A Square Deal may always be expected from a squre dealer. We deal In Squares and every other essential for Carpenter. And the Tools we sell are on the square, accurate, strongly made and ef the very and most reliable materials. All trades supplied with all necessary Tools. Alte, we carry general Hardware lines of the best qualities at the most satisfactory prices. bt Mt. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House LEAST YOU FORGET Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and ehildren go to the Poor House. No; because the Bible says: u He That Providcth not for his own, and especially those of his own household, is worse than an W TH R infidd." Begin providing for your loved ones today by opening a Savings Account in the The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. tax-pay- er CAPITAL 15,00000 J. C GRIFf IN, W. H. CO r TONGI M , Vice-Presid- President ent .I,. C M. THOMPSON, Cashier i & a-- fc: g D MTWERNON SIGNAL' thn'atenest0aipplGour industry." natlonttl W ALLEN. the time charge against those aajaj to endorse their every who The far reaching need of thu Mrs. Lida Wallin died at her Defends Mis Pastor, P.M. Jones principle Friday, Dec. 2i, 1917 local Vigilance Corps can readily home in Columbas, Ohio, SepAny man who pretend to be a tember 24th. 1917, at the age of be aicen when it is kuown that in After reading caiefully every Published every Friday by this country alone tnere are to- tiling published concerning the Christian, and is so morallv frail abeut 45 years. She was born in EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. day severai million alien enemies controversy of F. M. Jones and and weak as to wink at such evils Versailles, Ohio Jan 16th, I872, representing Germany, Austria, H. k. Gentry, in- regard to a is, in the Kingdon of our God being the youngest daughter of $I.O Bulgaria, Turkey and other coun statement made by Jones con-c- worse than Judas Iscariott and. James and Elizabeth Daugherty UBSCRIPTION ONE YKA.R tries sympathetic or allied with uing some phase of the Y. to him, BenedLt Arnold is a who were life long residents of was the same village. She was marhimself, Advertising rates mauc known on the Prussian autocracy. Almost M C A work, had thought to credit. Christ, dis- - ried May 12th 1886 to Arthur without exception these enemies keep silent, until Judge Williams called untrue to Caesir, and application are free to gj about as they see pops up and shows his ruffled loyal to the Roman Goverment Wallin who came to this commun that Bro. ity from Crab Orchard, Ky., some fit, and while the Government feathers. In his article, in which ter the same reason MEMBHR UF Jones has been attacked denounc- years prior to that time. Two KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION has done much toward lightening he vehemently and slanderously children were born to this union, the censorship of mails and ea attacks Jones, I only discovered ing the sin of the age. bls, nevertheless there are one mistake, and that is that it is Bro. Jones raised the first mon- James and Virginia, who with channels by which these enemies false, bearing a false impression ey iu Rockcastle County for the their bereft father reside in are in touch with the directing and constituting a misrepresen. Red Cross, and now because he Columbus, Ohio. refuses to sail with the "crowd" Shortly after her marriage, genius of German propaganda tation. in B rlin. He has many things to say, but on the tide of popularity, becomes Mrs. Wallin and her husband left residing in various If Americans mean to stand in order to maae a deadly hie the victim of the Devil's attack, Versailles, religious cities of the South, Mr. Wallin's by the men at the front, whose he will need a better visiou. His because he puts his Prohibition Now lives are already being sacrificed, statement that he did not know convictions above the "praise of interest being such as to take Before The States and to stand oy their Govern this "ministerial agent ' no doubt, men," and is assailed as a traitor him to many of the States of tnent. the opportunity is offered accounts for, and unfolds the se- to his country, which he loves, that region. For perhaps ten Nation Wide Dry Amendment ts the in the additional service they can cret of his grossly erroneous as- and for which he would did. A years, however, the family home Constitution Passes Both Houses of give to this work et the Ameri sertions. Had he known Bro. man's intellect and patriotism has been in Columbus, and it can Defense Society. Jones as I do and as long as I 1, in this age, determined by, was here that this good wife and Congress. The olau of organization un have known him, he, no doubt, and to the extent, that he agrees mother psssed away. D. C, Dec. 18 Washington, dertaken by the Society and would hold him in higher es- with the other fellow. Mrs. Wallin was a woman of The National Constitutional pro. recommended to loyal Americans teem. Knowing him as I do, I God bless the boys I may be rare grace and exceptional charhibition amendment was todav provides for the enrollment of a am frank to say that Judge who must go to the acter. As a girl her sunny diss one of them filially submitted by Congress to small American Vigilance Corps nor any other American citi- front, but don't in the name of position and pleasant manner enthe states lor ratification or re in every city and town which zen is a more loyal, patriotic, God, give them a stone for bread deared her to all who knew her. jection bv their legislature with- shall classify all residents under Christian gentleman than this I deny that Mr. Williams' She was educated in the Versailyears. The Senate the following terms: in seven man who is the victim of undue, statement that the price of peace les schools, graduating from the completed congressional action ungodly, unjust, unprincipled, is war. The word war is only local High School with the class 1. Loyal. today by accepting the resolu criticism and abuse. a term used to designate the of 1888. For some years follow Disloyal. 2. passed the House Mou-dation as ic No man, I think, would shed his means used by greedy kings and ing her graduation, Mrs. Wallim y Doubtful. The vote in the Senate was blood quicker or freer for the monarchs to appease, by conquest, was a teacher in the schools of Unknown. 47 to 8, without a roll call. Hollowing the general classifi Stars and Stripes than he would, their selfish, fame loving, ambi- Veisailles and other places, a The House passed the measure cation of citizens the Committee and I think I am in a position to tions. Human, personal, and work for which she was well late Monday 28L1 to 128 or with is urged to make further desig know. He is standing on, and national sacrifices is the price of fitted by nature Jand in which 26 votes to spare. His slogan is alright. she met with extraordinary sue by a principle that will exist peace. nation of the following list: when the Y. al. C. A. and its ar We are in it to win. and that we cess. Many are the young men Alien enemy. 1. An amendment by Representadent advocates are forgotten. He will, and while "blood is in our and women of this community Pro German. 2. tive Lea, Califtrnia, providing is standing for the things that eyes" let Jesus Christ rule in our who today, acknowledge their Ann Government. that prohibition provisions should 3. In the letter of instructions to will benefit the soldier boys when hearts, and while the brave boys most cherished ambitions to have not apply to light wines and beer vai rejected by a risiug vote of branch crganizaiions the Extcu their blood has been shed and a;e giving their lives and spill oeen inspired by the splendid tive Committee of ihe American the fires of life extinguished and ing their blood, give to them the teachiae and example of this 232 to i07. has Defense Society gives the fol their souls gone into eternity Eternal Gospel of peace. God's good woman. By its action Congress tire. Jones has never condemned word in its puritv and simplicity eliminated the whiskey question owing directions; Mrs. Wallin was a splendid "At the earliest possible mm tnv of the good things done by without anv mixture of evil, that woman; a good vife and a fond a id haa from national politics submitted it cirectly to the sev- men', when you hive made yout the Y. MCA, but stands on when life's la.-- breath has been mother. She was stricken with eral states. If :hr.c fourths of lassilica ion of alien enemies. against the wrong, whether it b breathed and the last song has the maladj which resulted in her been sung and have passed death, when in the fullness ;of the states ratify the proposed pro Germans, and those opposed iu the Y M. C. A. or in for which he deserves through death's dark gite their hope of life, when her tuture amendments to the confttitatiot) to tbe Government in this war. the nation will be as 'lry - I send this list to the Police De credit and praise and for which voices will come from be end, appeared most radiant, and when covered bridge'' within sever ailment the local representative he will finally receive a reward sayi g: "It 's well with our her twe children were just turn of the Department of Justic Its poor logic to conclude that Souls". ing to oung manhood and womyeais. B H HlLLARU. anhood. "Uncle Joe" Cannon, of Illi and to whatever representatives the good that an organization, or nois, gave the wets a gre.it shock of the armv or navy intelligence even an individual, does, in any The progressof her illaess was when he voted dry The Ktn '.ureaus there are in your com- sense, justifies the wrong. rapid and the last few mouths et Hro. Jones is not alone, not Home Demonstration her life were atwuued with the tucky eontressional delegation munity. Do not let this ni.Ute Mrs. C. R. GENTRY split Those who voted "'wet' est, h wever. with this classifi bf any means, but such men as Yel, most intense sufteriug. WAR BBBID. were Kt preventative s 8 wager catioa of the enemies. Too much Dr. H. B. Taylor, Moderator et withal, sue was paueui, oca ring Wheat Hour substitututes a? Sherley, A.B Reuse and J Camptress cannot be put on the im the General Association of Ky. her am without complaint, and bell Cantrill. The supporters of p rtance of having your own Vig- RiptMs, and Kditor of the New demonstrated to all Home Dem when she saw that recovery atu the "Drys" were Represent ilance Corps take steps to watch and faiths, takes the same posi- onstration Agents at the College restoration to health were imposlives A. W. Harkley, D H. alien enemies pro Germ ins and tion, and in an issue of Dec 5U1. of Agriculture, Lexington, Ky sible, became resigned to her Corn me.il graham biscuits condition and calmly awaited the Kimheloe, R Y Thomas, Jr., .1 those anti- Government. Ctslj 1917, says: "The Y. M. C A Fields, J. W. Langley, Harvey tv uch co operation will you be does thing that are good, b: whear fl ur conserved, 41 3 per eud. As ttie buuiuier ajtaaauai Helm, Den Johnson and Caleb able to give eff- ctive aid to the the cards, citfaretts, movias, pool cent. waned, as the ripening harvest cup corn meal, cup graham Powers. Government. Take every step rooms, and etc, etc, are inherentbent be lore the bieeze, and tte One of the first state legisla you can to let the people of your ly wicked and wicked and evil flour, 1 cup white flour, ii tsp. leaves 'were growing golden tuns which meets and will un city know the names of our within themselves and should be salt, 3 tsp baking powder 3 tps nealh the kisses of the Autumn doubtedly take action-ifavor of enemies. abolished. The Y. M. C. A. is fat (crisco or lard) 1 cup water sun, the tired soul of this aplcu-diUnofficial announcement has making the same mistake that or sweet milk. the amendment wil be here in woman left is casket 01 de) already been made at Washing- Germany has made. Kentucky next month Germanv Notk Soda a' d sour milk may A good woman is yone; a berton that the Government is about put culture before religion, that be used in place of baking pow eft husoand will no lunger Ice. to register the alieu enemies in is what the Y. M. C A. is do der and sweet milk. Defense Society the consoling presence of his In France more than half Your Committee al ing." If any one doubts that America. taithlul wife and her orphaned of the people is bread. They Calls for Local ready having acted along such the Y. M C. A. does permit these children will know their mother have been spongy whea; only as a cherished memory. will naturally be mentioned by a posiVigilance Corps Line, greatly to aid the inGovern things, gladly produceDr. Taylor, loaf and areus? to a unfamiliar with our I will tion abstracts corn bread, or many kind- - of ment when such a cen from the statements by their In. mediate Action Necessary sus is Census No taken. doubt manv at leading advocates and secretaries quick or hot breads The busy Carefully Treat Savs Their Appeal t mp's vt ill be m de to evade the that confirms every word. Any foreign mothers are laboring Children's Colds official Government Census and man that has not the moral cour all day in munition factories, ui The Police Judge of this city information on the enemies in Ncgleet children's form-rlcarried foundationofof serious colds often lays the lung trouble. On today made public a request re our community will therefore age to stand out against and de at other tasks " nounce such evils. which are on by men, and on return, tired the other hand, it is harmful to continuM Hurd, be of greattst aue ceived from Richaid ally dote delieate little stomachs with in"You ae enjoined to warch carried on in the name of Christ- and woru to tlnir homes at night ternal medicines or to keep the children of the Board of Trus Chairman can scarcely be expected to learn always indoors. teea of the American Defense So the speech, associations and ac- ianity, that te-- ds, in its every Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a tivities of every man whom you form, to blight the minds, cor to make new kiuds of bread eood application of Vick's ciety, urging citizens here to or may suspect of disloyalty and to They must have a bread that wi Salve over the throat and eheat at the flrat ganize a local vigilance corps, foi in the immedia'e report nipt the morals, and worst of all satisfy, that thev may maintain sign of trouble, will keep the little ehapa free from eolds without injuring their dithe purpose of aiding the Govern- For further instructions rtgard destroy the:r souls, and, who to Ger- ing the work of the Vigilaree may soon go to the front, and their strength. It is our privi gestions. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. ment in putting an end man propaganda and enemy ac Corps of the American Defense chance. to meet an untimely death, lege to do whatever lies in our Society address National Head is not worthy to be called a friend power to supplv the needs of our tivity which has been responsible quarters, 44 East 23rd Street, to the boys in Khaki, and in real allies with bread. for fires, ammunition phint ex New York City. Fiem week to week there will HOW TO PREVENT CROBP. ity are not. the they may, for a plosions, sabotage, food scares season, hide their hypocrisy and be published new recipes for the In a child that is subject to and other attempts to damage preparation of "war breads". attacks of croup, the first indi. the morale of the American aaawtjapLiwavito.BiijjfiTfiifajggi deception under the coat of patPlease try them and use at least cation is hoarseness. Give Cham riotism. once a week until the food situa- berlain's Cough Remedy as soon Mr. Williams also states that Recent events in this country That Lingering Cold the Y. M. C. A. is the hand maid tion is bettered. Every member as the child becomes hoarse and make it plain fthat the German to the pulpit. Never, since the of tbe household by eating these th9 attack may lie warded off and is a steady drain on your method of propaganda which has the devil became the father of breads, is doing 'his bit" and all danger and anxiety avoided. physical stamina. It imbeen so effective in Russia and falsehood and the promulgator of helping the Administration Food Italy is now being attempted in poverishes the blood, sin and wickedness, haa a more situation. this country with an alarming distresses the digestion, erroneous assertion eminated and exhausts your vigor. degree of csuccess, " according It affords a fertile field from the iips of man. In the CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. now to the appeal to Americans for serious infection and is first place the Y. M. 0. A. beChamberlain's Tablets are inbeing issued by the American likely to become chronic. trayed the trust invested in them tended especially for stomach proDefense Society. "German by the JFederatioo of Churches, troubles, biheusness and constipaganda has long been supplied Yea Needn't Suffer when they designated to them pation, and have mtt Jwith much to our troops in the national en from it if you will take Peruna the work of preaching the gos- success in the treatment of those campments. The ship building and use prudence in avoiding pel to the soldiers. They neg- diseases. People who have sufprogram is being hampered by exposure. Peruna clears up lected this work on the grounds fered for years with stomach strikes. Ger German-inspire- d Thouscatarrhal conditions. that they wanted to be "broad trouble and have been unable to mans are directing the hoarding ands have proved this to any and practical."" Shame be their obtain any permanent relief, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Get a box of the fair person. of food supplies to an extent portion for such disloyalty. have been completely cured by tablets today prove it your- panics have already been that aeu. Many A 'man's attitude toward the the use of these tablets. ChamKY. prevalent in the Reading cities refer the Y. M. C. A in no way signifies, berlain's Tablets are also of great Equid fans. Idaily are giving Newspapers or determines his patriotism or value for biliousness. Chronic A tine view of headquarters of Both are aCT7TTi reports of fires in ammunition n.AUiar t good. loyalty to the United States of constipation may be permanetly Co. A. 149th Infantry, Camp and At your drugplants and grain depots verge America In fact, their work is cured by taking Chamberlain's Shelby, Miss., can be seen at gist. tbe country i now an the only a privilege given them by Tablets and observing the plain Pian's This shows where Rock, calamity in m PUUHA of an even greater COMPACT the Government. The Knights of printed directions with each bet castle boys are located in that 01 the shape of a railroad strike camp. Columbus can prefer, for the tle. titent wh.ch upreee4anted OU I A D Ty same reason, an aWMaalffHgliiaHHaHHaWH equal authority, ;ilN MEMORY OF MARTHA hw---Me- rf Contents fM 15 Fluid urachnj ini fil - ?i 11 I .1 - tlii "' .J7 um -- ri ammsuM rs' kiaSfiEsSRif ii&k fns rr r; ..o raWaPF.wHi Genuine rai r rJ: jBt r 2f . ; umms :m t. 19 tJaai) r C. -- "i 1 J For Infants and CTv.Tdren. ,,V j Mothers Know That "1 ' .Hi 3 Czsria I ! 1 l0y$M : ai 1111 11. i ras w AVeetaate Preparation 1 - ,, : iit. ittKtSW tfaathe5iantCHsnr.a uwrcB- -j :it 1 -- - -- a'. Always j Bears the 1 1 -- , h Siernature (r. M f T CheerfulacssandResUj neither Opium. Morpnu - i nt A ll ?.; Mineral. et ai" 5: rrfnrpromoHnijDigesUona m f 'V jHftfOUUXSMBfinjUxSntaa Jv AeUUSatU tmui-- M tmunc " r i pa a y: rg'-f-j 3 ti'J&Tl ' F Oarrfud Sugar naior a Kofnful Remedy fcf r. :. in;rrhnea Constipauon iuiu u. jQi& t U S;Z ';- .i:'' f".: -z fl TZTc-.nn i: ii and Feverisnn : infancy . ;,resinlin$ttmronru -Zra"Mmue w"-- l of nr ur ' Us8 Fo r Over Will-am- :t! 1 rjffiCEVTACRCoW.ca Thirty Years IIIS r '&J4 I. ' v--- . . NEWJl-- UU.WWMFe&&&mKlM2sM&l 9MM ,. ii.. mmss w. iM tJ i8! t - a .tii ft s Hell-bre- d y. taa&;..M.fem srags Exact Copy of Wrapper. ri' THE CENTAUR COMPANV, NEW YOPIK CITY CTiiaaMi-- lloi tilm ' i- . rP y " 4- - i Gulf The Beautiful ALA. Coast a MOBILE, a "MOTHER OF MYSTICS" ville & fsashville Railroad The early explorers did well when th?v fouidd the French colonies, which were begun under the brothers de Bienville and So! "Here we Rest", according to the meaning of the word "Alabama". We are at a terminal et delightful trip on the Louis d'iberville. t n- . -- , 1 - 1 1 1 n d th-foo- d v River, which is formed Many products of the interior come drwn these rivers; c tton and lumber in large quantities is seen, and coal from furthur norh. Mobile harbor affords accomodation at her whaifs for both commercial and tourist traffic. The city of Habile is some thirty miles from the Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the bn ad winding entrance to this city, Mobile which has a population of 75.000 souls. From the water's edge there is a gradual rise of the land which leads to attractive hills and ravines, up,n which are located oeautiful southern homes old and new and the shell roads are a boon to the automobilist. There are few cities in tbe world whlh possess so many beautiful streets that might be termed boulevards -- Some of them resemble small portions of Paris, Fran e off Brussels, Belgium as it was before the present devata"on from the European war. These streets in Mobile are lined with some Monarchs of a century of Nature's production -- the giand old elm ard water oaks and not a few are embellshed bv the hoary irry hanging mss that sways with the passing breezes. Government street is the most imposing, and branching from it are many attractive park-likstreets made beautiful through the care of up to date civic oonpr ration There can scarcely be found a drive more beautiful by Natures own painting than along Mobile Ray. bv sunset in the summer time, or at Autumn it is one never to be forgotten Mobile is a citv of education, culture and perhaps interesting conservatism, vet it is "a city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of the old regime of French, English and Spanish. It is a city that Ins been "under tive flags,' and many et its people bear the distinctive features of their ancestors, in its many fine looking even beautiful women, and courteous "old school" men. Mobile is fast becoming an a'l year round resort, wih fine Hotels, and all centering around its historic and beautiful Bienville Square. Mobile is often called "The Mother et Mystics " because she was the first to originate the "Mardi Gras," and she yearly still alls thousands to herself at that festival time Those desiring out door recreation will fird it in pnd around Mobile, in abundance. Small steamers ply betwen her suburban health resorts: beautiful Fairhope, Battles Wharf, Point Clear, Magnolia Springs. nd other attractive spots; which are made more beautiful by Nature's hand, and where health giving ozone is freely given from the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a fine Country Club, plenty of good fishing, and automobiling over roads that cannot 11m a-u- Mobile lies at the month of by the junction of the Alaha-na Mobile l Tom'iubje rivers. e -- 1 . "Vap-0-Rub- " 1 s-- nd MBgNgjnj to this city of de Bienville and d'iberville Carlyle Porter. Mobile is located in the beautiful Gulf Coast region and conveniently reached from the north by the supurh st el passenger trains of the Louisville & Nahville Railroad Advert st num. 10 26, 11-1- be surpassed Old Mobile is unlike any other city on the GuU. She has her own attractions, as well as those of her surroundings. A few weeks stay there and mingling with her people carrot be but well spent She is also a city cf Clubs, and genuine hospitality. A Tourist Welcome Club, among nth-r- s, heartily welcomes all visitors !2-7- s oeo-ple- The Old 8 I J. C.McCLARY JONAS McKENZIE Reliable t 2X15X1 2XIZ3aiGZ2 A GOOD LINE OF STANFORD, 1 Farm Implements zx? t General Merchandise jiq FUTttiEffrs s IXI to? CAS-T-O.t- L Ur 3TORU fuir- - s f i G H. MT. VLRNON SIGNAL partner, Mullins hat bought his Billey Satterfield's sister, her ur-ab- le Mt. Veknon Ky, Oec 21, 1917 T? fM 79 want toCommunl' one up "No. 79" mma 'with aiONAL , j lamp, which we guarantee to be removed. Any further one of the best on the market. we are unable to get. Mrs. Cleo Brown wrote to her son, Capt. J. McKenzie Brown of the British Army in the Mesopo- Mr Martin's interest in husband aud baby were all killed. shop. Bowman, of Lon- The man, whose name we are barber eon will work for Mnllins. to get, and baby were killed When you need electric lamps instantly, and the ladv was found all or come to Signal office, on top of No. 7's engine still alive where you will find the National but died a short time after being LIVINGSTON 1887 Misses Bonnie and Dessie Nice-- ! ley have returued to their home at Mt. Vernon after a isit to their cousin. Mrs. I. Wr. Catlin. Mrs. J.- - H. Owens has returned report from Cincinnati after a few days 1917 Red Cross Notes I f I 7 Slogan over the top. We need 1000 members in tamia and ask him for what reaTIME TABLE. Rockcastle. Lets make it more. son was the honor of the Deco2'2 uortn 5.52 pm rated Sarviee order conferred The Red Cros drive is pro3:56 am 24 nortn upon him. In a letter received ducing some result-- . Looks like 11:43 am II south from him tbis week, his answer we may secure the one thousand 12:13 am Ji South was: "For good work under required in the connty. Landrum, Agent. shell and nfl". Such honors Jas. Livingston was organized MonPhons No. 8. wn and ruler the trials and day with 30 members, secured this has evidently in two days Looks like more ftntered t the Mt Vernon, Ky. Povonce hardships, aerond-ciasmail matter. as come, are the or.es to to be most thau one hundred will enroll in appreciated. His promotion to Livingston before Dec. 24. the office of JCaptain speaks for PERSONAL Brodhead was organized Thursitself the good work he has done. day evening Mrs B. I. Mullins u reported with 31 members. very sick. Mr and Mrs. Frank H. Rep-per- They will make a good showing Silverton, Ohio, have an- before next Monday night. Miss Jennie Morrow Miller is at home from Milieisburg Col- nounced the engagement of their Wildie worked without outside daughter, Miss Mattie Berry help securing 13 members Thurs lege for Xmas. Mrs. Hammock, of Cincinnati, Reppert, to Mr. Clifford Bingham day afternoon. O , is her mother, Mrs. of Cincinnati. The wedding will Brush Creek and Hansford be celebrated at the Reppert home will Alice Childress. each do some good work! on Dec. 15th. She Mullius expects' in Silverton Mrs Rockcastle expects to go over is an accomplished musician and Xmas with her husband to the top. Join the Red Cross possesses a voice of great volat lamp bhelby. today. Be willing to do a little ume and sweetness. Mr. Bingboys, Mullins came in last ham is a promiuent young Grant insur for the khaki they who are all night from Camp Csbelby on a ance man of Cincinnati. have for your protectiou, liberty and freedom two weeks furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Reppert former, Corporals Jim Adams aud Geo. ly lived in Mt. Vernon, Roekcas from German rule and tyrany. Payne were heme from Camp tie county, where for many years That is what we will have should Germany win this war. Taylor over Sunday. Mr. Reppert practiced law. They Arrow Collars, all styles, John Cts Cox was here from Corbin will be remembered by many Tuesday. Cas is well pleased friends in that county. Mt. Robins Cash Store. with his new location. Sterling Gazette. A beautiful calendar free for Jamie Thompson has enlisted every customer next week at OIL NEWS. with the engineering department John Robins Cash Store. Brodof Uncle Sam's army. Atty J. R. Llewellyn, of Mc-ke- head. was here this week on legal C. H White is here from Mt. A nice line of silks, taffeta Llewellyn is and business. Atty Olivet. III., to spend Xmas with messaline, and silk poplin at oertainly in line to be on easy pepalar prices at his wife and little daughter. John Robins Mrs. Alice Davis and sons, street, unless all oil signs aud in- Cash Store, Brodhead. Leoi'aid, Bob and Karl, will spend dications fail. Be gives a most Wanted: To reit a good farm Xmas with relatives in Madison encouraging report of the oil for I9I8. Call on or address situation in Jackson and best of eounty. John Renner, it all, he has a 200 acre tract of G. G. Parsons, a Rockcastle Mt. Vernon, Ky. land along Sjuthfork creek, right boy, who is L. & X. section in the heart of the oil field and NOTICE foreman at Richmond, was here at oie place only 50 feet from All persons owing me will call Saturday. the best well yet tound. and settle at once, as I wish to Thompson, and Mrs R. E He reports the following pro- close my business for year I917. daughter, Miss Tanna, will spend ducing wells: Four on the W. W M. POYNTEK. Xmas with Mrs. Thompson's P. Isaacs farm I5 to 40 bbl 3T. mother, Mrs. W. M. Poynter. wells These wells were drilled Mrs Dan Giiffin, of Mu'.lins bv Hern fc Bick, of Huntington, For Sale: -- One house and lot in Mt Vernon. Lot 138 x 191 feet, station, died this week, bhe was W. Va. a daughter of the late Walk He reports three 175 barrel six room house, good barn and Gentry, and was the only surviv wells each en the Sid Lan.hart other out buildings. Good frame ing member of his family. farm, drilled by the Cutnbei-lau- d tore house on same lot. Good Miss Bless Williams went to Producing and Refining Co. garden. Located in central part of town. Also a small stock of Louisville Wednesday and rep On the Dave Blanton farm 1 groceries. Will sell all together resented the Rockcastle Chapter of the lied Cros. at State well pumping 175 barrels a day, or separate. Write me at Mt. meeting held therf yesterday drilled by Mildred & Keaton Vernon. by her who are now putting down the khr was accompanied T. J. Pennington. father, Atty C. C. Willhms. second well on the Blanton 3T. farm. LOCAL A good producing well "was STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. Turning the High Cost of Liv- brought in on the Alex Blanton The annual meeting of the ing to "your advantage" at John tarm. Well drilled by Goethman stockholders of the Mt. Vernon Robins Cash Store, Brodhead. & Chilton. Fair Association will be held at A pipe line will be laid from the office of Dr. Walker Owens Dr. Walters, dentist et Lancaster, is here with a view of Javkson field to Irvine in the in Mt. Vernon, Ky. Satnrday spring. coming here to locate. December 29th, at 1:30 P. M., Latkh: Dr. Walters will It Cite Atty. Llewellyn says excite- 1&18 for the purpose of electing ere about Jan 15th. ment has subsided somewhat in new officers and directors and Auctioneer H. C Jones reports lackson, as it is generally con- the transaction of such other the sale of J. C. Miracle on last ceded that the oil is only to be business as may come before along Southfork and them. Monday, well attended and every- found C. D Sutton, Pres. Rocklick Creeks, which is near thing bringing a fancy price. Corn brought H 24 per barrel, the Estill line. WILLIE DAVIS WRITES THE The oil sand along the South hogs 16 cents per pound, oats 75 FOLLOWING TO DR PEN. cents per bushel, buckwheat $140 fork is 35 teet thick, which M1NGTON FROM per bushel, milch cows $50 to $71; means the thicker the sand the NEWPORT, R. I. pair work mules $36450, brood more oil to be produced. Dear Doctor: We arrived all O. mares $125., and plug horses $30 Bad WrKcx: Possibly ihe K., but would like to have seen to $50 worst wreck that ever occurred you in Louisville before we left. Miss Elsie Rhea will give a on the L. & N. R.R., happened at I like everything up here but music recital at the the Chris- Shepherdsville, 18 miles south of the weather. There has been tian Church. Friday evening Louisville, about 5 o'elock yester- snow on the ground ever since December 28, at 8 o'clock under day afternoon, when No 7, the we came, and will be all winter the auspices of tht Red Cross fast passenger for Nashville ran I guess. There is a boy up here Miss Rhea Jwill be remembered into the rear end of .No. at, the from Kentucky. He is a bugler, by Mt. Vernon people as a stu accomModation between Springf- and we are with him most every dent at Langdon Memorial. ield, Bardstown and Loeisville night. The Y. M. C. A. is sure Since leaving here she has made No statement has been given eut some place. We would be lost a specialty of music and to all as to who is in fault, but an un- without it. We get our writing lovers of music a treat is in official report says that No. 41 paper, books, newspapers, magstore for them. Miss Jennie was backing into the siding to let azines, .etc, free. We get off Morrow has been asked to as- - No. 7 pass. The fast trai was from 3:30 p. m. to 9 p. m. and sist in the program. traveling at a high rate of speed thats where we go. I don't guess Several boxes of good things and the crash came with such you can read this as my arm is ter the soldier boys both at terrific force that No. 7's engine sore from inoculation. My adCamp Taylor and Camy Shelby plowed its way through the two dress is same as Chas. L. Write wereshipped from here yester- coaches, aud baggage, mail and me. day. Mr. and Mrs To be Lair express car, not coming to a Your friend, did much toward getting these standstill until it reached the W. D. boxes ready and the good people tender to No. 4 r's engine. No. 4i's N. B. of the Wildie section certainly passengers were mostly Bards Don't forget the Red Cross did their part in supplying those fcewn and Springfield people, forty outfits. things which the boys will enjoy odd of whom were killed outright J. I Fish and C. H. Mullins Xmas day. Alex Manus brought and about an equal number badly in a whole wagon load collected injured. Mrs Farley aud another motored to Lexington today. Mr: and Mrs. William A. Tayin and around Wildie. Had it lady from Livingstoc.and Earnest been known as it should, there no Smith, of Mt. Vernon, were pass-dou- lor are rejoicing over the Jarrival of a fine son. would Jiave beeu many engers on No. 7, but escaped baskets and boxes to add to injured, as did all the passengers Yea, we have lots of Ball-Ban- d the list. and crew of No. 7. Conductor Rubbers. J. Fish & Son. Louisville 4 Nashville HR C. k t, Kit-har- sac-sacrifici- e, to-da- y j bt re un-mo- visit with relatives. J. D. Catlin, of Lebanon, was with his son, I. W. Catlin, latter part of last week. Walter Niceley is home on a furlough from Camp Shelby. Mrs. Dan Griffin, who lievd at Bond, died Monday 17th of heart dropsy and was brought here for burial. She was laid to rest in the family burving aground at Calloway. She leaves a husband and six children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her death. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire com munity. The Junior Order had charge of the funeral. Mr. and Mrs Moore, of Berea, have returned home after a few days In tendering you Christmas Greetings visit with Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs W.GNiceley. H. F. Niceley is visiting relatives in Richmond. Mrs.T. J. Pennington, with every expression of appreciation of Mt. Vernon, attended the funeral of Mrs. Dan Griffin here, Tuesday. G. S. Griffin has purof your many courtesies, we are mindful chased Lee Black's farm near town. Price paid $700. T. K Oakley, who has a position in Paris, was with home folks Sunof the distress and sorrow day and Monday. - Miss Mae Evans is visitimg relatives at Langford this week. Miss Ethel the world, we in the end the Hayes is visiting relatives in Cincinnati Mack Martin is spending a few days in Louisville this week. While there, he will visit sacrifices made will ennoble all mankind. the boys at Camp Taylor. Mrs. F. M. Jones is very sick at this time. L H. Rice was in CincinVery truly yours nati latter part of last week. Mrs G.S.Griffin and little son and daughter, B. J. and Ava, were at Mt. Vernon latter part of last week. The snow and ice has T melted and the sun shining again. jNow, everybody is cheerful and happy, that we are having such nice weather. Mr.and Mrs. Robert Warren have returned from Knoxville, Tenn. J. H. Walton, who was very sick at our last write up, is slowly improving. o the Red There will be a Christmas Tree be. A delegation B' for the little folks Christmas Eve Cross of Mt. Vernon came down Monday and organized a Red at the Christian church. Atty. C. KER C. Williams' of Mt. Vernon, was Cross Chapter here. Those who came were: Kev. Young, juage here between trains, Tuesday. Judge G. M. Ballard, of Mt. Ver- J. W. Brown, Dr.M. Pennington, non, was here on business Mon- Mesdames M. Pennington, W L. Gri-fiall have the same spirit we have day. Judge L. W Bethurum, of Richards, Jones Fish, J. F. E. S Albright, and R. A. Mt. Vernon, was hereon business, had in previous years. Amy Proctor and Tuesday. J. P. E. Drummond, Sparks, Miss owing to present conditions and who had the misfortune to break Mrs. Van Winkle. Several good by those his leg a few days ago, and who speeches were delivered prevailing prices we good people who have the inter is in the hospital at London, is confine our necessity and st of humanity at heart and who getting along nicely and will soon are helping to fight the Kaiser gifts to necessities rather be able to come home. We will not in the trenches bat through nave notuing to say aoout out) Luxuries. the great Red Cross organization. Brodhead friend this time. He Members who join helps swell AD. Christmas Goods failed to answer us in last week's the mighty army that intends to letter, and we do not wish to box put under foot a nation, that However we invite you to visit our wiih a man that will not came in sinks neutral ships, murders old side the ring. W. M. Hicks, the Store for such Gifts as, men and women and innocent man that has traveled all over this children, and other crimes that Stationery Perfumes Toilet Articountry, in the hope that he are too bad to mention. Now is would find himself a helpmate, cles Bottles, etc. to re- m the time for Livingston says he has declined the idea of deem herself and lets work to- H Yours for a Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year getting married, for when he gether until Livingston will be finds one that suits him, he don't known as a Red Cross town. If Msuit her.--M- rs. F. W Oakley vis the soldier boys can stay in the M ited relatives in Corbin latter part trenches day and night, we sureof last week Mrs W.G Nickley ly can all get busy adding names has been quite sick for a few days to the roll until Rockcastle will but is much improved at present be a Red Cross County . Two or three years ago mst Walter Browning, of Maywood, people thought that all ihe coal was here between trains Wednes7 in and around Livingston had day, en route to Corbin, Ky. L been mined, but today we have Well, it is only a few days until iwo or three mines inside of the Christmas We think it will be a corporate limits of the town and different Christmas from which more mines are being opened. we have formerly had. A great I M. Foure is having a mine many will spend Xmas at other opened within three hundred places than home, some at Camp X yards of Main Street. So if it Shelbv and some one place and does take an elevator to get outH some another. Let's hope before of our so said hilly town, thanks another year has '.rolled around to the great I Am, we are blessed that the Kaiser and his followers with plenty of the black diamond. will be subdued and this terrible G. S. Griffin was in London war over, and we can have peace on business Monday. C. H. Rice with honor, which nothing short TO-DA- Y and be there for a few days. has converted his saw mill into a of this will satisfy the U. S. grist mill and is grinding two days out of the week. How sweet STOMACH TROUBLE AND . v v tf CONSTIPATION. to our taste is the old fashioned Those who are afflicted with cornbread when cooked in the 7 Wifl be in way our mother did, made up stomach trouble and constipation Day of Circuit for a week with milk, soda aud salt and should read the following: "I baked with an old fashioned have never found anything so needing dental work see or skillet and lid. According to good for stomach treubl and conthe papers this is going to be stipation as Cdamberlain's Tabhim at one or the other places. our diet. They claim there is lets. I have used them off and now for the past two yeats. going to be a shortage of flour on acI T XXE and that it will be necessary for They not only regulate the of the bowels but stimulate tion ns to deny ourselves a lot of things that the boys m the the liver and keep one's body in JOHN WHITE k CO. Yes. we have lots et d trenches may have a sufficiency a healthy condition," writes Mrs. LOUISVILLE, KY. Rubbers. If this be true amen to it, for if Benjamin Hooper, Auburn, N. Y. UtWll MUllWIIlt J. Fish & Son. and full vale paM the boys can lay in the trenches n OUnai-ftr.FURS and fight, we ought to be wilting FOR FlETCHCir FOR FLETCHErS Meeeae) to subsist on half rations if need throughout but trust A i ! ! CHRISTMAS 1917 n, We But i must through Patriotism than No Extra At ! Hat Water R. Miffer, Leadh'ngr Drugrgnsf sgb: :xe 3X1 8 Dr. M. K. Pennington . 8 8 OF LONDON WILL COME TO DENTIST Brodhead Court) Those S MT. VERNON, JAN. . (First two. zcri tXI Ball-Ban- Cry Children Cry CA3XO.RIA Book No. 4. Scaffold Can Prfcinct. 50 acres of land, tax aad cost ter 1916. Gathff, Mos $4 41 3 43 40 acres of land, tax and cost fot 1916 . Jones, Rebecca will, at the front door of the Court House Miller, T J 30 acres of land, tax and oo6t for 1910 3 27 I. or one of my top iti 5 75 80 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916. ' in Wmon, M 24. i97- between he houis i f Anj;lin, T W tid- ,.nl 3 p 111., u tlar Court day. sell to the highest 9 Book No. 6. Orlando Precinct id to MUafj tax clue Couuty and Mate following Ira der the 2 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916. Ba'l. K L $3 07 East Mt. Vernon Precisct. So. 14 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 4 78 Id. U .) B for the years 1914, 1915, 1916 i:i Bit B lard, Q M, one town 2 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 4 35 Tre dway. Henry Total tax aud cost $ 73 08 sad 1917 57 98, Book No. 11. Powers Precinct. Ballard, Miss Julia. iUwd lol : 1!U, 1015, 1916 & 1917, " . 4139 Tax and cost afcClura, Sam. aor. IfiJ c: 1W17 5 54 taxes and cost for 1915 3 92 Hinrs, D '' Pitman, Geo D, 42 arres of land, 4 35 and eot for 1916 Mullins, Milton UV.-- i Mt. Vernon Precint No 2. Cam Mullins, Sheriff Rockcastle County, Tax and cost 666 ftatky. f 1. MW 19 01 In Mi. Vernon, 1916 & 1917, Hamuli, Mis M K, 1 Tack Abney Deputy Sheriff 300 r .11, 5 SHERIFF'S LAND SALE - I . I Every One of Them Said at 1 . We'll Deposit Our Money with the i - 1 a-:-- - tx . n 1 h ainlin. Jo in, A A 11;. nl ullan. i acres !' iand Urllfil. In warn, ."10 .. - ' land for Hit nnd l9l7 il. .1 Ben l9ll I PORK PUODLKTION FOR 1918 and bam lots should be cared f r H. lor I9.fi. li ualin, ' ' 1917 Lunn.T. C. lton ;' Ikit Vmion, MM and 191" .. There is now a campaign be- - nd properly spread on ground. ' .-. : 1916 and I), lli ... . i. ' 7 83 inj? conducted throughout thai 3 All se;d corn should be lds, V R. i aci ' 3 68 Mar li, 1 (Jailed States for an in- - ilected and tested NOw. It hould 3 72 sad i'.)17 t.usfccr, Mary B, 1 1 create is pork prod actios. Thr bare l)en selected while in the .. Coasray Precinct. of Ag-- field but since it has been gal United States 1 Tax and cost GfCta, 483 5 OJ ricultnre urges every farmer to 'ered NOW is the time to pick Gi.iiii. Jaasai d 12 02 .. . k. do his personal snare tward in jit out from the rest et the corn, ( 2 10 BUttSS, 1 79 'creasing pork production in I918, nnss ana naug it up to ury away liwrks, Ch.irlie li.. Jinn bv 15 per cent throughout the from rots .1 . Uera, Mary B If your corn has been damaged aud ' 4 88 United States Jatd ius, Ijeorfi your 2J The supply of breeding sow? too much for seed-pl- an :ni ki. li. Nannie of se d 5 72: is undoubtedly snort this tan crop and the amount baj Mir J H land 3 ;ilo: Heirs breeding rank will have to you need and buy at once while The land 7 00 U'aikia 1. If i laad 21 89 be filled to a considerable ex thrre is plenty, and transportatikter, Jctm 6 34 land lider, Kwinjr tent with gilts from the fattening ion is good. hind 9 07 tt tea, l.-... for feeding lots These 7 47 pens and iukle, John 4. Make arrangements Scaffold Cane Preeinirt. gilts will not produce quite so the ferdlizer NOW. Join a farmBETHURUM X LEWIS Tax and coat I 3 42 large litters as mature sows may er's club and buy T.I ... - and r ML 12 95 ATTORNEYS AT LAW be expected to produce. There- Last year there were four id 4 85 klkr , L.CSam MT VERNON, RY. in my territory who Mcijui-enand 5 76 fore, farmers using gilts should Will practice in all the courts. ST .;iiit ,, 1 75 MoGuire, breed more than if breeding bought fertilizer W Office in Bethurum Buildinjf. land 4 22 Iluain from the local ageut, (and I ade el Laad 2 49 mature sows in order to increase Spires, .aruda, w lptn$yi$. laad iafotd lieirs 3 27 vocate local trade ;first of all) spring pigs 50 uci Aasrttn, Meary el laud 9 33 acreaaf land Ao'iuriy, Walter (Nlt 2 15 I want to urre everv faraier and iu doing so they saved th? ' :and Croucber. Good 559 gilts and difference out ween 910 00 40 acres of land 5 59 to stop selling sows and Croaeaer J K td . ruuclier WD 8 00 go to breeding to increase the t22 5 per ton, making a total For Infants and Children 01 land Charlie 3 72 l'e, J(l Remember saving of $800.00. production. and 4 47 pork i.i.ici Years Gather in all the plows, In Use For Over 4!i ud 6 34 the three B's Bread ..i'mi. Harrison Beans and! Always bears adil. John S thp,n UP 4 09 the Its past bread and bean h rrow and huS- Patch :. '.ill llaiuin, Jouu 6 49 Bacon. win-fSignature of oiniwortk, Wm 5 .".y raising time but we are face to; oil paint and sharpen, this 1. iii . ;; ei . hum-l- . 5 72 cnn MTMV tev and save the bill of new ma- the won T 111s land 3 34 ia.s yyivii tu. .raavij .fwwvu CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH i aa-t- iaa to raise the Dork chinery next year when it will Crooked Creek Precinct. La ore and then REMEDY. cost from i to breeding our sows. Alieii. Qoa land. 5 9 production by on them This is not only one of the best C !' 559 Let the hogs help fiffht this run a risk of getting and most efficient medicines ftr A lieu. Arch 6 79 of shipping facilities. raising large familLloyd and. 10 02 great war by coughs, colds and croup, but is 6. Plan acerage according to .. Mary l ind. 8 89 ies and sending them to Allies to also pleasant and safe to take, W 11 Drear laud La- which 409 re is important when medienforce the ranks. The sows your labor and hor9e power. McGairc, Cluirlie 60 aei es or jam! 4 80 will gladly send eor will be scarce next year and cine must be given to children. are patriotic and No. ti. Brush Creek Precincl. Many mothers have given their sons to fight on the water, the women and children will no their unqualified endorsement. it .11. Charlie aad Tax and cost I 7 00 the crop produc M ir if we as farm doubt enter int AJ 5 71 land or in the a tiou and UcNea, JuhaG 6 51 ers and patriotic American citiz ii Notice: Any parties caught fifcarp, T S laud 7. Patch the barn, keep the 3 34 in carrying anvthing off the proper- encourage by selecting, ens will snow, cold rain, and cold wind oil tv ()f the Mt Vernon Fair As No. 7. Livingston Precinct. breeding and feeding. ;i lol tt the horses and mules, this saves sneiation will be prosecutad to Allen J M Kr Tax and coat $ 2 99 Coiiou. Mr Green laad far lilt aad 1917 .... AHEAD. LOOKING 11 26 tii run extent or tne uw. Any feef and Mullins Heir 3 62 information given Mw-rahorses tnd t.i.in 1arlinir In t.hp the Associa We must increase our pork 8 Don't allow ' JM nil 334 arr:t of enrdi - et land New Livingston Goaf 11 24 production for 19I8, but lets re-- 1 mules to get p or ths wintrr for parties wlli be appreciated. All ki r, Simoa Pa of mi lor 1916 and 1917 .. . 4 68 kocki-asilMining, ler .v Nl i'o,, 600 aci-eland 1917 46 08 member that an increase in hog9 lack of feed if y.m can help it. persons are herebv warned to means an increase in the corn Deep plowing is urcessary and stav of these grounds, No. 8. Walnut Grove Precinct. crop as well. We tcuat hold a poor thiu teaui wont plow lit Vorneu Fair Association, 7 laud Hayes Heirs 4 01 j.L.Coper,Scf. C D.Sutton.Pr. Ka laud 4 86 the corn crop production of i9i8 deep. Carter :iii 4 10 kin. W R to 191? figures or above iu ordei 9. Keep the childreuin school SjOLviCC. DcCifccCSrvfcC $ of laad Poiwiif. Levi 666 - of laad 10 3 27 'O ioea our increase iu me nus tnis Wliiiaker,JohnNr) Winter anu insist on tne w n . w. crop. .aU..a9 n teacher giving some lessons :"W, No. 9. llrowiis I'recinet. , . ., ATTflRNKV-ALAW How to noid corn crop 01 19 its along agricultural lines, ere of land for 1917 Tax and coat t!8 20 MT VEHNON,KY Man IIH acres of laud your MiWiilianib. W M 1037 to i9l7 production. lo Write It- -. ! County 1l Agent OFFICE.- - On2cd.9oorof l iL,.- J ,..1 Tor a COl 11 O.'lietlU unu a,n oiuei 1 trora ...- ill. ..v lo.d tViat r- ' In I .. t ... .. . i ... iitii aciiA l t v.uu Bank of Mt. Vernoa, on No. 10. South Brodhcad Precinct. j U1UI uiai mil juu ucsin iuiu ft ,i Church St. Special atten l"i u it- of land Tax and cost $ 4 09 corn next year should be plow Adanie. David OB luruisiieu juu ujr tuc tion given collections. bouse and lot Benton, Linda 64 68 this winter and early spring ment of Agricultuie ; mi Crank, Andy 5 15 'PNONE SO H 2. All the mannre in stabler, J." : and Robt. F. Speuce, 4 86 Ileum. John Hicks T J :j aacs of land 560 sheds, pig pens, poultry houses County Agent &X&3&&&J&&CP6X& Howard, Slra Bettio laad . : ' . . -'- W-rno- 6 57 11198 4 74 15 99 22 6i c DaiM " Kt-y- se-ent- ire . 1 -- ' 1 -- i - i . 1 I This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. a j . -. - '. "WATCH US GROW" 0$(LyiC e '1 com-mnniti- es 4 standard track directly aerving rrr-.TT- .: .i. Mliiiliiilii!iiliiSl.iii:u :tt.i, iii; 8000 MHes To the Public .li-rr- I , . -- n &x&x! 30 Alabama Florida Georgia I 1 w CASTORIA 6fc44&Xtf information regarding F YOU or your friends contemplate travel lr.g to any point and desire Indiana : '. - a 1 1 ,;, i Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri NorthCarolina fares, schedules, train service, etc., you will find it to your interest to call on or communicate with the nearest ticket agent of the Railwaj;-Syste- Southern ! ac-cou- nt ". . Ohio SoathCarolina . v ! Tennessee Trains are operated on convenient schedules and every effort is made to make your trip a pleasant one. H. C. KING, DnrUion Tassengsr Aj?nt 1 18 E. Main Street. Lexington. Kentucky il! Virginia and thm li' District of Columbia il lllllll IIIIIII1INI1IIIM IIMIilini1liliilltIliMlflflll3yf-;"J B?-VV- j - ' V il 1IT11 1 llllllllilllillllillll m m ooo fi&rfe - j a . s 1 -- . . mg$i m m ooo 1 I . r r uniiamsi -- , T Pro$r 3 People M M .- -.. -- -- 2 Vt ; - ut-.jau- business man knows THE value and convenience of likewise the progressive farmer; and, too, the We business woman. he glad to initiate people into details shall of keeping a checking account, wide-awak- e Joaaaoa CM Jiwr-i-nee- . - d land .'JO 5 51 XI Rom, L I) Sextoa, H Oliver urry. Jim iikie, Jim Marv bv W Ll'anh of : JW P land and I laad res of laad for : acres of land 6 4 11 4 5 5 6 10 66 01 60 10 a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; 1917 lid for 19 1 7 ' 371 60 61 60 10 3 57 2 51 Siuletoa, Jcdin g :!' acrt 6 1 and Tavlor. Boh Nf Wilinott Heirs. Cook, Robt John oil. John McCrackia I R MeGuire R Swdere Htirs Sixwnamore. ' . . id sen i.s a t"m el land of land lot No. F 569 11. Notice Last TO TAX Of Rockcastle County 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 the first of the year, as you know that I am a poor man and not able to pay them for you 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 I am 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 if your neglect causes me to have to levy on your property then don't blame mc, 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 WE WILL BE GLAD TO TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THE NEW LrBBRTY LOAN BONDS. Powers Precinct. The Bankof MiVernon ooofa land res of l.md land "' land .... Tax and cost ' I 9 2 50 8 29 9 55 3 35 8 Gxaa No. IS. Pine Precinct. Arnold ft Baker 100 acre of land for 1916 and 1917 - el land for 1917 GO a Baiea Ed 15 acres of land for 1916 and 1917 Jaeicson. Floyd - "i laad for 1817 Jaekson. Gay D i land Lav. John Latir-daiFait Brick Co.. J") acnes of land land in :. II'. mine. Nouh - acres oj laad for 1917 Smith G W Williams Thge :i' acr s of land : ' e Tax and cost $ 8 20 6 67 453 660 516 7 02 3 18 i x y&!mspc&x&ya$xfr.x-x- $ 3e:3eSfce$& J 659 8 16 No U Wildie Precinct. Bowks DG! Ht aorcs of Mad acres of land Fish, Samautha fbeiis acres of land Fish A T heirs 13o acres of land Haves B A 10 arres of land Jordan J B 101 acres of land Lear, Francis 1 GRANVILLE OWBiHS UNDERTAKER Tax and coat $ ' 1 6 10 23 48 23 48 32 56 Brodhead COMPLETE ; LINE Caskets and Robes Mail' Telegraph or Ky ' 335 16 73 No. 14. 12 Marihi, Jobn 50 Morris I A Hobiuson, Garrett 15 M liohiutoii. Lee Red Hill Precinct. Jhaa Aft 'arpenter, Boyd York J F Vaughn, Al acres el land acres of land acres of land acres of land for 1916 and M acres of Mad far 1917 m Of land for 1917 66 its of land and oost $ 4 fc6 2 96 660 3 72 1917 rs ar .... Tax and oost $ 844 4 88 9 70 6 52 Promptly Filled 15. Adams. Ellen 30 acres f of-lan- Delaney. George Hsrrison, Wm in I 20 aires of land North Brodhead Precinct. land . x yc&yc&x& )&c&x&?tr i ycy-QKp- ) 336 385 Riddle. Charlay aires of land Cam Mullins, S.R.C. 4 10 If more convenient you may call at the residence of Jack Abney to settle the followiug taxes : UHDBP3TAKSB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelld Hand-made Book No. 3. Roundstone Precinct. 00 acres of land, tax and cost for 1915 . . Co;'le, Mattie 27 acres et land, tax and cost for 1916 ... Adams, Eliza 47 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . Grant, James 2"i acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . Hicks, Charlie 17 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . McCollum. Don 10 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . Davis Northern. 4 acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . Sparks, Robt I acres of land, tax and cost for 1916 . . Cain. A M IS acres of land, adv., tax & coat 1916. . Kid well, L P 7 acres of land, adv., tax & coat 1916 John $ 9 76 3 91 V I- nil I offins fornishec 6 55 3 32 5 4 4 4 3 8 50 15 59 35 Harse sent to all parts et the County .J and if you have you know it. All orders by vVire Promptly Filled Wiilmott, 84 84 CAM MULLINS, W. A. COX, Phone 94S MT. VERNON, KY. SHERIFF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.