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SSW lace, pastor of the Frst Baptist Church at Sturgis, Kv., will hold There will le three eclipses in a ten days revival at the Baptist Charcfa here, beginning Januar this year, 1918. A partial eclipse 2jh Rev. Wallace, it. will be of the moon, a partial eclipse of remembered, held a debate here the sun.Jand a total eclipse of the several years ago with Elder W. Kaiser. This last eclipse will oc-cin Germany and the time the G Roberts, and he ia one of the most abe ministers of the Bap- Kaiser will enter the shadow will in Rockcastle should He will be assisted be about the time Uncle Sam gets tist church. help to do their hia flyingjmachines, his army and by the pas'or, Rev. Childress. Mr .nd Mrs. A F. Albright left his navy over there, wh'Ch will Whoever saw for Louisville Tuesday evening be about spring. nation-wid- e food conservation now being carried a folding bed carried about in a will be there several days and Blow ye The stockholders of the Citizens salt case? Ask J. M. on has made everyone realize Food will win the directors at the an winter winds, blow, and yet they banketcted nu il meeting the first Thursday hey blow, and tne snow keeps Buy these prices and save the difference : in this month, tha result being falling, and the mercury still plays at and around zero, and we are the samp as for the past ytars, with the exception that Dr. informed by old folus (of course W F. Carter succeeded J. G. we are not old, J. R. take notice), tfi irnio. mi. ruin iiaviug soiu ins that this is the worst winter in several score of years Mrs. G. st ck several months ago. The same officers were also chosen to S. Griffin and children visit d manage the bank's affairs. The relatives in Mt. Vernon, Friday. There will be a few days meetbank here has bten in a very ing at the Christian church, beMany other bargains in Fancy and Staple Groceries, Hardpa sperons condition ter the past several years, and the past year ginning the third Saturday in this Enamdware, etc ware, Saddles, Harness, I has exceeded any previous year, month.. The series of meetings and in f.ct the result was much will be conducted by the Rev. dall, of Georgetown, Ky. We Drop in and see better thau we even hoped for. Dr. W. B. McWilliams, of Will said when the Red Cross camailla. has cast his lot with us. paign started we hoped for this to tie comes t. us highly recom- be a Red Cross town and what it as a gentleman and likes is but little. The service Yh ' k c' arge if affd rs last week at.d is moving off like an old mended physician. He moved from Lex- II ig can be seen displayed at al.1 tinker i f n inj dge kfuUins is not a lawyer but most every house in town and ! vsi lex rieaces as marshal, railroad deieetive, ington two year ago to Willailla, this is something to be proud of. lis lea ervi and already has a wide and favOpposite the bias io service of the courts, enables him starts' c which orable acquaintance over this All Livingston needs to come to to be able tu handle all matters coming before him. He has promised county. He was born and rear the front, is an opportunity, and :. - administration and his friends feel confident ty b isi ed in Pulaski county and after what it did for the Red Cross thai be arill nake good that proaaMe. graduating in the public schools proves it. Of course we hare had there he took a course in things said about us, but we can SpVat; Georgetown college, and then voice the sentiment of the major entered the Medical department ity of this toarn.and that is, we (i. H. Underwood, f Lous Oortngton, was here hist week. of the University of Louisville, are for the Y. M. C. A . the Ked v U, baa hsea anih bis driuLrnter, and while sere sold his gasoline where he graduated with honors Cross and U i always, and anyMrs. . L. Pilken toe. for the past mill to Vfoirls Phillips, and m t9i2, aud after taking a Poai thing that we can do to help put Mrs B'onstoa Elder, bought f" v davs tract of hud fr.mi Mrs course in New York the Kaiser out of business, show of Stanford, w s with her par J M. Adams for $450 Mrs. R ay. Claud Griffin, of City he returned home and has us the ss, S Snivel received a letter a few eits, Mi. a (1 II 1 J i. Mt. Vernon, was here between always enjoyed a lucrative prac K.st wewk Jim Tyree, ,i Pj'as davs ago from Bvslgtlist George I tice. He is in accord with all trains Wednesday. Mrs. Bessie ki. was here last week looking Void Andersm, who nas just McClure, of Mt Vernon, has been turned fro u France, to the effect the ethics of his profession and visiting friends here for the past s.nnii Blatters. A-meeting th stockholders that her brother, Jesse Gaylor. we bespeak for him success in few days J. B. Hayse has been !iis new field of labor Prof J. f th- Irodbead Fair Association who is now occupying the front on the sick list the past week L Pilkenton, who was appointed the 5th. he Basse directors were lin tren h s, was well :nd get Willie Griffin, of Bakerstield,Mo., to the highest bidder, my farm of about 100 e'eoted to nMtasgS affairs the com. ting along nicely a .d the letter by Gov. Stanley an Association who is spending a few davs with Member of the Legal Advisory iwg assess, and the directors wis written upon the request of relatives here, went to Mt. Ver acres, I mile east of vlt, Vernon, and known as the Miller filling 120 elected the SSSM ffi?ers Are harbrotbar. Little Geneva Ra h Board, completed non, Sunday, to see his brother, port fil 'd kf Secretary Owens whj :orrowed twenty-fiv- e cents questionnrries for the boys in J. N Griffin, and from there will farm has a good residence and outbuildings, under wire fence, and well shows the sssociat on to be most in order to become a member of the selective drafi Tuesday of over 800 peach and apple springs. last week. Mr. Pilkenton has return home. : J. M. pissed watered by three never-failin- g of debt, owing about sixty the Red Cross, rccei.ed a letter out never oue of the boys through here Monday on his way and an ideal place all bearing, is located on Dixie-Boo- ne dollars, and with shoal four hun- from our old friend James Marei away turned to Mt. Vernon. J. M. has been trees, and took much pains and dred and thirty dollars of unsold a few days ago, and his check 1 st considerable time doing this made a Coionel on the staff of the for any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising. stock m hind, this stock was for $1 00. Mr. Maret read our work, but sure made lots of Governor as a good roads man taken off thf market two years account of this occurence in friends among the bovs by his This is a high honor and we are near known as the old ag ) Tith any ort of a fair tins the Signal, and at the time we untiring efforts to please every are proud to see our old friena the associition can easily could not think of the child's first one cultivation, 60 acres, practically all I J. M. thus recognized. Mow, if that came lo him. "crach"' out of dbt and when name, and merely said Mrs Ellen If that speel our Livingston the parties who promised J. II . well watered and fenced on top every ten dollar share of Rash's little girl, and from this friend put up last week would an automobile would come across stock will be worth at least 6f ieen letter he addressed her by her with a good machine, which he 1 will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, one on Richmond Street. 90 fset front, 285 sWt mother's name, but the child got not make a doubtiug Thomas out richly deserves, for he has done deep, good barn and water. SECOND LOT on Main Street, known as Sam Davis lot. toilers The fellow who has of a man who had never doubted ben liaaatiesVd bectaae he the dollar alright and is the before we don't know what kind more to put the Boone Vi ay on the between C. C. Williams and Frita Krueger, 0 feet front, running back to Old Mam 3tret didn't ret a dividend will feel proudest child is town, and asked of dope it would take. He tried map than any other man and g ed pretty joos if sign don, t, us to express to Mr. Maret her to show twenty five thousand shouid be rewarded. Mrs. Mag I fail Mr. and Mrs CBS. Brown, appreciation for his kindness and dollars worth of subscriptions for gie Witt, wife of Boss Witt, died ONE STALLION, el Quail, were with her father, to thank him for kind words in Liberty Loan Bonds, but fell Tuesday evening, at 4:30 p.m., of aVtleO Hiitt and family Sundiy a her behalf Born to the wife of cancer from which ahe had been a down when he reached sixty-twwe-kaBlack and White Points, known as the Miss Elizabeth Grave W J. Owens, a few days ago, a hundred, yet he says he willoome patient sufferer for several months. 15 hands high and the sire of many ly returned to MidiLsboro a fine baby boy. Rev. H. H. Wsl- Tom Brown Jack. again, and we are satisfied he will She leaves a father and mother good eolts. as soon aa he can learn the amount a brother and sister and husband Milck Cows, old Mu!es, broke to work. of subscriptions that was taken to mourn her loss. She was laid 1 Black Horse, nine years old, thru the L H. & St. L. Rail Road, to rest in the Ward cemeteay to Ysariings. 1 Bay Mare, 6 years old. the Big Four, Texas Pacific, the await the call of her Master. 1 Sucking Calf, Geldings, 4 years old. Iron Mountain and two or three Miss Ella Mae Blanford, after a uea of yearling mules, other banking institutions, but weeks visit with relatives at Parks-villhas returned home.-Thom- as 1 Bav Mare, 2 years old, . T,vf we are sure this problem is taxing rVi IUU1 P If UMTS . Francisco, et Mt. Vernon, and a his algebra education to its Wagon. 1 Two-Hor-1 Mowinr Machine. MeCormick, crew of men are repairing the limit How many Red Cross Wagon, 1 Spring 1 Disc Harrow, James H. members did your home town Bell telephone line. bbls. Corn, 1 Hill Side riow. get this last drive, old sport? Owens is very low at this writing. 250 Bales Hay. 1 A Harrow, S. E Hellard, of Mt.Veruon.was Dr. W. F. Carter bought a ferm from W. J. McQueen, knows as here between trains Saturday. Salef everything will take place on the Miller Farm, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. IT I' the Tilman Gilpin farm, for fifty-fiv- e He was on his way from Pineville, '1 I Farms and lots will be sold one third cash, balance in hundred dollars, possession where he had been working at pajments of one, two and three years, and bearing interest from date, LWe Stock Mr. and three equal to be given March 1st. This is the carpenter trade. months with approred sarety and bearing legal interest from dats one of the best improved farms Mrs. Robt. Mattingly and child- will be sold on a credit of 6 near here and the doctor has ren, of Covington, are spending a already been offered a nise profit few days with relatives here. on it. Mrs. L. N. Bowline and Mrs. G V. Caloway and daughter KY. WIT. Mrs. W. F Carter were in Mt. are visiting relatives in Icrea this Auctioneer. week. John Walton, who has Vernon, Wednesday, between trains in Interest of the Red been quits sick for some time oil line until warmer weamer, CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. TANKS FULL OF OIL. improves slowly. Edgar Cotton-giCross Miss Miranda Tate was will be pushed for al When you are troubled wits There are sereral 250 barrel and then it of Oklahoma, Neb., is at the jtuest of Mr. and Mrs. Brons-to- n is worth. The impression indigestion or constipation, tsks it Elder, st Stanford, from Fri. home on a furlough and is looking tanks fall of oil in the oil section prevails that oil in paying quan- Chambsrlaia's Tablets. Thsy day until Sunday. W. A. Tyree well. He says he likes army life of the county, but ths weather will be found 00 Mr. Reid's strengthen the stsmseh aad sutities who is now located in Harlan tine. Mrs. J. M. Jones is reported,118 becu so bad that further where drilling has been able it te perform it functions Miss Pansil Carter and fort to locate ne fluid has been farm, county, was here this week. done to a depth of about 100 feet naturally. Indigestion is usually accompanied hy constipation Miss Marguerite Fallas were with declared off for a season. The and also on the Blain farm near and is aggravated by it. Cham home folks Sunday and returned Daniel Boone Ue., Sylvester Hustonville. Oil experts insist berlain's Tablets cause a geotls to Cor bin, Monday, where they Newton and The Becker lease oil underlies several sections movement of ths bowels, ratifyare attending school. Judge 11 nave bg Uoks ful1 to running that county and say that ing ths sevsfipated essditts. For Infants and Children Mahlon Summers is on the sick over, but they can neither pre-lis- t of Lincoln nor means will be .for a pipe line or ship it neither work this week. Mrs. R R. Per- In Us For Over Years in trying to locate it Inkins, of Indiana, is vuating her away. It is very likely that not spared a Always bears the much work will be done in the terior Journal. mother, Mrs. David Owens. Sig nature of LIVINGSTON Help Win the War VERY LOYAL AMERICAN " bit." that j E The War. I at Lard ft $1.35 .95c Buckets for $ .65c " " 2.35 2.10 1.10 Tinware, JUDGE CAM MULLINS "W". . - The BLUE FRONT th-))- i -- F. II sl k e t COURT HOUSE BRODHEAD tVXS tre x " tJr-iduat- e PUBLIC SALE WILL ON Farm. Has Highway re-aft- bs-ine- sa a . - Friday, March 1st, 1918 OFFER FOR SALE This se-so- n SECOND TRACT, No. Tunnel. About ADAMS FARM, urder j ' WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: o gj REX PEAVINE,JR., ar ONE JACK, "1 BSG IN 5 3 2 2 e, 2 4 30 g' e 'LLu B ergains J5 TFPMS OF SALE LADIES' SUITS ac'roNES, W. A. MCKENZIE, VERNON. m, ! , ef-sic- k. SUTTON ft McBEE CASTOR IA 30 Pe Cd??iCfir lT C&vffl&& i Mf.Vi.RNON SIGNAL FribAT, Jan. t - I 1918 j' PubHsfud czciy Friday by r deserved recognition by the one of of Kentueky. '15 and has since been rrr 'May I9I8 be your biggest $1.0 Mt. Vernon's live business niei, VKAR CBSCRIPTIOlf ON'i: are wonder- and best year, and may we celebut the Loyal Sons en ing what bigger thing this new brate the christening of the child Advertising rates matt known honor will be a stepping stone' of your heart, the Boone Way, application toward for him. however, tiie before another winter. qpTTCBunuunjua'p "Cordially yours, Loyal Sons are not seltish. They MKMBF OF NAT B. SKWELL. rejoice over every promotion that KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION conies to one whose name has State Instector and Examiner, been on our class record. Among Winchester Daily Democrat. the names of those whose names January 10, igiS. are on our old records are the CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH following: REMEDY. "OUR BUYS IN KHAKI" ? Before using this preperation Clyde Baker. Camp Shelby; Rich, a cough or cold you may wish Tun Koatecfcy Legislature by ard Ifnllins, Camp Shelby; Au- for to know what it has done for majority pass- brey Marria, Caoip Shelby; an overwhelming Mrs. O. Cook, Macon, ed the probil i:i n ameudseeat. Dwight Bowman, Camp Shelb) others. 111 , writes, "I have found it Kentucky the third Leon Childress, Catnp Shelby; ring gives the quickest relief of any state to ratify the Actional pro-- I Jamie Tnoiiipson, Camp Taylor; cough remedy I have ever hibitim amendment. About four I Richard bowder, Camp Taylor used. Mrs. .lames A. Knott, years time will tee John Barley Tede Pavre, Camp Taylor; Clar- - Chillicothe, Mo., says "Cham Cough Remedy cannot corn wiped out oi ,the United afjee Rickets, France; Will Dav berlain's for ctughs be beat and coids." is, New Port, R.I.; Chas. L. Dav- H. States. J. Moore, Oval Pa., says "i is. Now Port. R. L; VTiril Mul- - have been used Chamberlain's EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. graduated from the High School, '17 and went the way of the Presidents, haviug left for Hn a College n January first of "18 Jn January (Jth, we lected Ln r an Bryant President, Logan was a High School graduate, Cla-i- onel on his Staff h desires in some measure to express his ap pieciatioo of you and your excel lent work. Yon will understand tint it is a delight to me to be per.nitted to notify yon of this Gcv-eruo- WOMEN IN THE WAR Oi m Mrs. Philip North Moore Tells the Duty of Her Sisters in the Crisis. By MRS. PHILIP NORTH MOORS. Mrs. Moors, who Is SBB1 president of the --"- "" National Council of Women, Is now devoting her entire time to the work of tue Voman's Committee of the Council of National She Is also a member of th Security National Commit-teLeague's Ds-fos- The Fprd GETS YOU THERE and e of Patriotism yasiBSBi Through Education and has written the following article for Mrs. Philip Moor. 0reat campaign of patriotic education which the Security League is conducting throughout the country under the direction of circulation In the ; Gov. Stanley - when I was suffering with great prohibitionist those days. Washington, D. Grant Mul a settled cold upon the chest ;m his sincerity, lins, Camp Sheiby. We do not questi and it has always Drought about but there is no question about H. T. Young, Teacher. a cure. there being some doubt whether C-- ; to be a ims. Camp Dewey; George Payne, Cough Remedy on several occas-sion- s it will get him a Mai in the U. S. Senate. are "from Miss A lot u tvr.tuckiar.s c is very en-Tfta weather m u airing about srhee the snow H iadicstes rATnra or BOONE WAY uiwappnsr wi bv the last lliat if it is not g GOV- of January that it mil possibly Signolly Recognized By 1 MARET IS NOW A KENTUCKY COLONEL Colds Relieved Without Dosing have tried "Internal" medicines without success, we want you to try the "External" treatment Vick's Salve. Apply hot wet towels over the throat and chest to open the pores, then rub Vick's in well and cover with a warm flannel cloth. The body warmth releases iieaiinjj vapors wiai are iniiaieu iui rw. breath, and. in addition, Vick's is absorbed through the pores. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. "Vap-O-Rub- " thie committee: A tremendous responsibility la placed upon the women of the United States. The thing we need today is inspiration. Our obligation is Just as great as if the war were on our own borders or on the shores of the Mississippi. When this inspiration and obligation are brought home, women caa do more than men to bring condi tions to the people. The resources of the country are more definitely needed in war than In peace, and women can do more than any other force to conserve these resources. The American people hare much to learn, and this lesson Is needed to teach them to be less wasteful A LETTER PKOM &nd more alive to industrial condiBILL BALLARD. tions. The laissez-fairsort of living is not good patriotism, and the hour Great Lakes, 111. e BRINGS YOU BACK tas come upon which we may look If you all be in flit-- d by the 11 of March. 'ED GENTRY'S AFFIDAVIT And the ernor With An Appoint-menTo Staff. ! Confct.icii of f. M. Jonas (oivicis Him ', Ssya Swags Williams In Lec::. Hm Question to the reople. "Stat"1 Road Inspector. James kfaret, who Ins been located in TO ALL V1CK3 wSALVE LOYAL AMERICAN Sack with appreciation, the hour which mede ns more thoughtful f aankind. less self centered. What England Old. In Knglaad it is estimated that 8W '69 women a are gore out to wor) ko did aot de so before the vai 'he number of woiuca who have eass jBstituted for men in industries, ex luding all government sjsSahMal Jan. 6th, iqi8. 4nU, are Ufa HS.OW. ooapleqreel eraea Taere are 13'. lv elks, hMSuding aisanala dookyar natJoaal 3 serrmiu Winchester for the past two years, and father of the Booue 'ny has been signally recognize.! by Governor A. O. Stanley for his valiant work as a good road advocate and has been appointed a Colonel on the staff CITIZENS OP ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: -Your Government and mine has decided to raise a large amount of money to carry on the war to a successful conclusion, and in ord er to give every loyal citizen i. share in the victory which is assured has issued a WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATE STAUF and THRIFT stamps to be sole at a price within reach of all. War Savings Certificate Stamps will be sold for J$l 12 during the month of January, 191b; after Jan ary and during 1918 the priet rill be one cent additional each month. Thrift Stamps are aohj at 23 con's each and draw no interest, a card is furnished the buyer of a thrift stamp and when id stamps are attached to tne sard it any be eschaagad for War Saving Certificate with a payment of from 12 to 23 cents additional. War Savings Certifi cate Stamps and Thrift Stamps are now on sale at the Poet Office and ou are urgeutly requested to Show your PATRIOTISM by ACTIONS and to purchase the above mentioned stamps to the limit of your resources. For further information applj snail Siting and grsjw The readers of the Signal have the sfettments of Bd Geetry and The F If. Jones Stater oath. people have hoaid the evidence! and m I irors ril acquit or convict June, as the C istnftS th,;' i lenee. 1 net positive thai Gentry told Ihe tresa t:'.': rvircaoe to tettCtBU? nie, and from Jones' own stnaesseate, I s thoroughly convinced that Geutn ie telling I in-11 factories; 2",:i0 are encagad griaSltan purnaMs, d tMM aa sparta n. '! is ia tie lae)nitvial aad MM 4 that tee we-!- " war WUl UUtTS Ik t a - ft executive. The Commis was forwarded to Mt. Vernon the home of Col 'tfaret reached W.n.dies'er yesterday. In regard to the ap pointmeat. Col Nat B. Bewail, a arm friend of Col Marat wrote as follow: w Joare said. thatrath "Colo el lame: Ma ret. wante to stay No wonder Jones Mi Vernon, K tongue of the head an Bear Colonel Jim: I am thnen srhn have publicly ques- always glad to do little things tioned his reracit a :d ctiticis d for ni. friends when they roqnasi his dieloyaltj. If th good citi it. It hm a steal deal zms ef BadBoasUe ltd any more; sjoreto be able to have some like immm, I line relv hope that uurL in c ,i.ferrin, M honor upon y of our L K, a friend muo baa not asked for the success u gov.TntiiCntth.y vi'i ue promptly iitj und M Bjotevn expecting it. exposed. This is no time to mis The efbre, you may rest assured represent or opp se the work of I an verv much pleased to send our govern in t in v;i"ing the you u der separate c ver a Com prea'est war of the world's his mission, Jeet issued today by lory. Blacherfi and traitors to Governor Stanley, making you a the various bran I: sol this work Col rael on his Stall'. The Gov- must be run down end put to ern r feels that you are entitled d huwas of t;by the to reotfrnitiou for the splendid have al- public opinion work u)ti luve done as the Father readv received a greater pun sh of uood atoads in the Mountains, at your post Office, t merit - Advert s W. H. Fish, and as a Sterling, citizen of the WlI.LIA.MS RlCBARD Coaaaaoo wealth. Chairman Rockcastle War Therefore, in hie appointment of you as a Col- - Savings Committee. LASS A' V sion, wli ch jf th Frexi Iks Weanta ef the c(intry v k t!i!o?t ! iiiy to the declaraiii hat we are not in this struggle ft aaejKevt, but ,v.a' we feltow fhe Si e an assured rietorjr of ihe pskiclplf ef vettMSL :e tall b 'he h.'i great ara: :!'. !n iw to live and work IwgetlMr, ere we desii-- taSM democracy and wkS kenUSUttw. raiM rkl r 'i us" i te do. Pre t at" 1 I . '''; a ce a:e rlaJag reaeal, an ti.. ia a . . , (Li. 4g k. world a.'ti, daty w net iemti'lal only. k e prsvcutlva, ia the kind ef effoi eich bus seen enWsal "preaaredao .gainst the rebarfearization ef te wc;-a laeSj (k a 1 Torld." No true woman can be content t fvs on the surface in these fate vs. cays are to declae peraaj- - r gne-j!whither kali gOTern the world. She will throw all her ard the realization of league of nations that ae peace of the world. : fat sag war er lav influence to world unity shall insure WHAT VICTORY MEANS Contributed by AGNES KEPPLIEK to the National Security of Patriotism Through Eri ucation.) It would ke well If erery Americaa would dispossess his mind of two pop ilar and p easing fallacies. First, that ae United States took up arms as a cnigfet errant te right the wrongs ef Fraaoa aad Belgium. Second, that ou impresslTe entrance into the war nvj-- i ueTiiahly, and of iiwlf, decide the is ue. We are nshting as a free people League'.-campaign i The L'yal the Puree S ',i-'ii as' Class, from of the ChrUt - story th.it t the pen si or in should i"i; 'i "his class pie f Mt K bmary of v:i- - oranuisod idiS with ti'it tubers It rfi i h.rintr t i r I V irruir church, 1 lis h ra? "' ': -- n- r- . -- , . VXJ.mgg.l AyWBjVjaMaBrAit 5.-ffffM- t Contents 15 r lu id Trachta 1. Children. 1 : I tliree bms preeiit on one Snn-i- n There has the tottnwiug May not been a tear, since its organization that this dans whs not in the graduating rrire?-ntof too High School. Ooc et das the big problems has been to heap a President: 'hey get too Efosser Procleg for the loam tor was the first President, but he graduated ia May, from the High School, and went to the University of Kentucky in Sep v tier. He v. as followed by Charley Tbompn, then holding a puairtea with the Peoples Bank, but later securing a position with the Garrard Bank and Trust Company, of Lncaster. Jamie Thompson became the next President, but New York City lured him away from the little town in the mountains and in July of i9iG, we gave Will Thompson the highest office wihin the gift of But Will too, had the Class. the call from beyond the herd sky line of the bttle town, and we lost another President to the University of Kentucky, as Will had graduated f'om the High School in the Class of 16 Ralph Griffin wee the next to receive eur biggest compliment, tiuiph piu;alitiUll I For Infants and Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria :' T2aTiirtT!-PfffMl ':. 3 PE CENT. similatinrtUieFoodbyRe$Ur tintheSlcniachs antPSSUsn mm w Always Bears the Prrnoiiai DSesHw ChcerfuessaitdRcstOaohs .. neither Oaium. Morpninc Mineral. et n.&fOUDcSilBMZtl' JhmplmSmd ;. Signature of - M In .or our own safety, and we must tga. aara and well, or suAer a shameful defeat. Germany denied us the sea eoause she thought we would accept iur late from her hands. 8t e permit- eraelf aow a profound contempt :o am army. Untrained men with defec-avammunition are about as terrible in her eyes as prairie dogs would be in ours. She boasts happily that we will pay ker the Indemnity which ia semil fcr her retoa3tructioa Meanwhile, to make sure ef oar downfall, she plots treasonably la erery state of the Union. Perhaps, if sha wins the day, she will recompense iuch men aa Senators Stone and La Ifollette, and Mayor Thompson of Chicago. More likely she will ling them on the scrap-heap- . But loyal American may well understand that unless his nation puts forth all Its strength, Without reserve, without fatigue, withe your letter, I received yesterday. Glad to hear from you and that you are well. Tnis leaves me well and satisfied. Got a letter from Wade the other day. They were all well. Have not heard tiom Ben for some time. It is an awful bad day here today, is snowing. In some places the snow is drifted from to to 15 feet, and is about two feet all over the ground. Don't know what we will do if it keeps ou snowing. We have not been out of our barracks only o eat. Guess you are still tn Mt. Vernon. We had an awfully good dinner to day. Had chicken. It is the first chicken we ruve had since 1 nara reen nere. 1 bad a tine time New Yrars. I was in Chicago. People certainly think a lot of sailors there to eat with They invite you hern. Miilt' na aes invites you I had the best eating whiie 1 was there I ever had. It was the finest table I ever saw and they fcave us money for car fare. I was there about three days. The people I was with told me to come any lime. They are worth millions of dollars. They gave us parties and showed us the best time thev could. People here haven't got the big head like they have some places They treat you just like you was classed with them. The man we years staid with was forty-fivold. Another boy and I stayed He had two girls, j with him. and they took us all over the citv to shows and every where. Give all my love and answer soon. Guess 1 will be home some time in April, if 1 get my rur lough Love to all, Your ,on. Bill. Camp Peny, Co I. 5th Keg. e Dear Mother: Will answer LEST YOU FORGET Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and children go to the Poor House. r No; because the Bible says: " He That Provideth not for his own, and especially those of his own household, is worse than an infidel." Begin providing for your loved ones today by opening a Savings Account in the The First State LIVINGSTON, KY. eaiBsaaaaaunaej Bnk CAPITAL 15,000 00 sassa J. C. GRirf IN, W. H. CO ITONGIM, Vke-Presid- ant President C M. THOMPSON, Cashier Barrack 528 North Great Lakes, 111. OHUdreA OtW fiASTOBli For Little Folks m Firreassrs Second That we extend to the (DE1ARTED SISTER. bereaved family our deepest Helping Hand Council No. 4" sympathy in their loss, and commend them in praverful tenderDaughters Of America. ness to Him who alone has power Livingston, Ky. and right to give and take Whereas, it has pleased God. away, as see eta oest in tits in his infinite wisdom, to remove sight. from earthly labor to her heaven Third- - That a copy of these ly reward, our beloved sister, tfrs Elizabeth Grimn, who de resolutions.a be spread upon the : ;i n t OA ..: " l"' parted this life on Sunday Decern- - ""nu . -. lier 16th. i9i7. therefore be it for publication, and a copy be resolved: sent to each one of the bereaved First That in the death of family. Sister Griffin our Council has G. W. Murphy, lost a true and loyal member.the LiHie Seaborn. community a loved one, and her Celia Payne, husband and children a loving Committee. and devoted wife and mother IN MEMORY OF OUR I n"" - " .. Mi It has proved that Milder Ills when the food disagrees, the play has been too strenuous, or the dreaded colds are taking hold the housewife of experience has a tried remedy at hand. It has proved her helper for many years, and she knows its value. ; The Boone Way man, after various dels a, in road business affairs, at Winchester, retched his old stamping ground, Mt. Vernon, on Monday afternoon last. At Livingston, between trains, he met and conferred with that old scrapper, Will Uwens, wno iar- uishes items from that point for the Signal, every now and then, and made efforts to reach an amicable understanding with reference to the long standing feud that, under general supposition, has existed between the two The B W. man has scribblers. rsated for some time under the agression that his various bluffs had had the effect to bold that Owens person in leash, but indications sre, at the present writing, that the said writer and scrapper will be on hands with stuff to surprise the natives. Let the old rascal come out from under kiver and fire his gatling and 42 centimeter, if he dares. There will be something doing from the trenches of his of-ferr- ed Act. lz Xrnam m M kmr Wsr fonUMQnniDijr2,i aaa i mi fxT Alt Use For Over ;1 reauluntfteftLH Fac-Sine fTtT.:rSLttP Sidaatat i ni'iiiheess host, we shall be humiliated, lmpover-iahed- , and crippled ia our foraiga trade for many years to come. At worst, we shall see la ear land the blaziag homes. Us raTtehed women. the huUhered ohiMraa, the aautterahla shaaM aad horror which mt k the wake r a Oermaa army of iaraaaaa. anlees we crush the trai-rat home, and defeat the eneany abroad, a bitter future awalta as. At out self-pits Peruna Tablets Are A Quick Aid They regulate the disturbed diges tion, free the overloaded stomach, overcome the cold, remove the catarrhal conditions and rebuild the strength. J. XjHWts C.MeCLARY WrVVabaValnXBsWaBw ubbbV Peruna Is A Reliable Family Remedy in innumerable households from Maine to California, and in foreign countries. It is the chief reliance in the American home for all catarrhal trouble -r- eady-to-take, AM new "yg - r.mms vae 0' aanaaa Thirty Years kJfjJH iTlT Pus ksaaTnaansaaaViirV rflJ and wherever a tonic is needed, in convalescence and as a preventive. In tablet form it is ever a real life insurance. If yon haven't used it in this form, get a box today. Exact Copy of Wrapper. p wr-"w- rm mmmJAXim ssnmnt, ntw itt. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER THE PERUNA COMPANY yff'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai L antagonist. STANFORD, KY. .. . MT. VLHNON SIGNAL i8. 1918 h u. wear Ridiug Pauls and Leggings at The Council of National Defense Mt. V'jcknon Ky, Jan Many of our young men assemTO RELIEVE was once one of Livingston's O' Bryan Overalls are cheapest bled in training camps, who had tliem at mrst highly respected yourg 4 Cmmatmunt- - C Sj in the long run. Get waol f never seen an improving Enfield ladies, and has a host of friends Fish's Rifle, or army bayonet; never COAL SHORTAGE Dan't bt a spender. jBe a saver. heard of a hand grenade or had there. Mr. Flynn has a splendid what we can gather, Buy War Saving Stamps at any idea how a machine gun record from (0 X 1 being a 32 degree mason, and up W VI your Post Office. looked, are naturally slow to to some months ago was an L. & r rm ? Americ's manufacturing enSave the Quartet s aud see the realiie the vast importance of IN. Engineer, but at present is terprises, with but few exceptions Dollars grow. Buy w.eir .earning the otber diafted boys at in all States eastof the Missi-sipuse of the implements el war CimD Taylor, serving Uncle Sam River were ordered by the Gov Office stamps at your Post TIME TABLE. quickly and effectually. as Sargeaut. The people of Liv- ernment Wednesday night tosus Money saved works days and S aorta pm Some of them had never fired ingston join with their many pend operations for five days, Buy War Sav24 nortn f :a5 a m nights for you. a gun; most of them had never 23 kuuth ttM a m ings Stamps at your Post Office. had any training in thrust, parry friends with hearty congratula- beginniug Friday morning, as a drastic measure for relieving the 12:13 a in Master Jones Bennett Hiatt, and fence or knew th first les tions and very best wishes. 21 south fuel famine. Hiatt son in march, double quick ar.d of Mr. and Mrs RED CROSS. Jas. Lakdeum. Apent. son At the same time, as a further of near town has been very sick change. All these things and Rockcastle reports 728 adult means of relief, it was directed P .one No. 8. aurinK the week. many more, in addition to target members and 177. The member- that industry and business gen"".nerad at lb. Ml WrBon, Ky. Potofic When wriiting your friends practice, are very important in ship is as follows: I.l! "I'll"M MfOli-flMerally, including all normal acmgrxwav learning to fight, and when it Brodhead 206 adults and 116 tivities that require heated builduse ttic Dixie-uoouPost card scenes and help ad comes to participating in actual juniors; Mt. Vernon 137 aduus ings, observe as a holiday every PKRSOML warfare at the fiont, a soldier's and 20 juniors, Livingston 116 Mondsy for the next ten weeks. vertise Rockcastle County. Dr. II. Penning tn was in Cor- chance for life depends in great adults and 41 juniors, Wildie 36, This will close down on Mondays Ciell Norton ana Ben Bray bin ani Louisville tins week. to defend Brush Creek 26 and Hansford not only factories, but saloons, returned from Lock land. measure on his abilitv TLlWf ! , litil himself; his ability to give Fritz 24 adults each. Brodhead has stores, except for the sale of lots of lactories Ohio, and report the past week. in Lwiisrille he sends, and in ceriainly done herself proud and drugs and food, places of amuseclosiufc down on ac.ount of lack better than I. NiceW, win has Mrs. T hand encounter be a master with to Mrs W. F. Carter and Mrs. ment and nearly all office buildcyA lo Pra?e them ,Hok is bet-i- : sick for the bayonat. In those things ef Bowling is due the largest part The sciiool of Miss Thelma ficiency counts. It means that of the credit Thev simply went ings. slowly improving-JohThe order specifies that stores, H. He Broom, of Wood Mullins at New Chestnut Ridge, the best qualified wins out come out after members and stayed un not drug stores, and private offices Allen reached the end of its term Wed- home witu honors. Those who til they got them. Piof. Filkenton Mack, 111., is visitiuK nesday. Miss Mullins has gone have not studied the lessons of aud daughter, Miss Lucille, were which are the principal places S.ni h near liiatt. effected in this county must not Ml with the fam-lwar well; those who have not among the active workers. We Florence to Avoca to v si Anna nnd burn any fuel 01 Monday 21 or n." el James Mullins, her father gone through the training in a want to congratulate Brodhead any Monday JJIU II WCIC 1. j.iit.sjw.. b. I'l thereafter for nine Dr. Waiters, dentist, was here whole.souled way; made the study on her splendid showing As to succediug weeks. Banks, grotwee- - trains Sunday. I). Jolly, of Owensboro. was this week making his final ar of war a part of them; who have Mt. Vernon we are not throwing ceries, hotels, restaurants and rangments I" locate in Mt Ver not learned to love their gun and any boquets, but on the other public offices are not effected by the gu st f Miss Jetn.ie Morro He will have bis office over realize it is all that is between hand very much dissapointed at the non Miller Sunday and Monday. order. U. G. Baker's store aud expects them and the Germans, will be the very poor showing. Edythe Kxker, of Miss of those who nevNAMES OF DELINQUENTS spent a part of the to be here within the next few in the majority er come back home. Mothers, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Wct'k with Miss Jennie Morrow days. REPORTED TO LOCAL POfathers and sisters, are you helpCOURT. Mr A. J. Thompson, who has Miller. LICE AUTHORITY. ing these by writing them or by Call Term January, nth, 1918. Mr and Mrs. Ivan Roberto. bem suffering from an attack of saying There is hereby certified the to them when you go to on It is ordered by the court fro-Cincinnati, are with Mrs typhoid fever at his home see, them: Make good students; following list of the names and ad- that the boundary between voting Rol.er'.s' parents, Mr. and Mrs the Danville pike, just over the learn your lessons well; make a dresses of persons who have been precincts, No. 9, known as line in Boyle, is steadily improvW. H. Br.wn. marksman; learn to defend your- duly and legally notified to tile Browns and precinct No 10, find is now able to be up in Mrs W K. Carter and Mrs. L ing self; learn to kill and make a with the Local Board the question, known as south Brodhead so as to his home Interior Journal, were d wn from N Rowling good job of it." If you are. you naire required by the regulations include in precinct No. 10, the The Red Cross ladies put in are helping your boy or your promulgated by the President of Brodhead Wednesday on Red following: boundary beginning tw and three days each week brother to fight the battles that the United States under author Cross business. in ar before him in the future and ity granted by Act of Congress, at the end of a lane west of Cy. W. M. Mullins has rented his working ia the headquarters Owens, at the Brodhead and approved May 18, fathers' place just outsida cor- dining room of Masonic hall over cone home crowned with victory have failed to file 1917, and who Quail public road; theace a west such questionporate limit and will move to it I. Fih store. The men folk On the other hand if the Joved couise to Robert Taylor's farm to vwt headquarters ones and friends are writing: "I naire: re invited in a ihort time. including it, Thomas Taylor's where they will receive a warm hope you will not have to go to 825 Chandler J. Roy McClure, Miss Sadif Richards left this Hansford farm, Luther Owen's farm and welcome. France; I have shed so many James Reynold's farm; thence a week for Bryant A SUatton BusiJames Brvant, Mt Vernon A repoit comes from the Ot tears over your absence; we all ness College Louisville, where 922 J. Monroe Sutton, Brodhead, west course across the lands of she has a position as ins'ruc'or tawa section of this county that miss you so much and wish you 942 Henry Bee Griffin, Cooksburg Jemima Todd including it also let.-home." They are so deep on a could be at Richard Mullins is at Imme the snow has John Fred Smith, Cedarville. the lands of Elbert Elders; yards or making the boy homesick and 947 of a hundred thence a west course to the in on accouiit of stretch f om Camp Shelby 954 Jeff Reynolds, Hansford, more in the county in thai sec-- j lowering his efficiency; making it tersection of the Line Creek pub 966 Charley B. Allen. Withers, the illness of his wife who has win the war. Think lie road with the Casey public several days. tion that a horse could not get. harder to b an very sick for 980 David W. Rice, Climax, thru. One man who attempted of the effect of a thousand letters 985 Napoleon B. Parker, Gauley, road; thence with said Casey Mrs. Fannie Rowe is attending to ride thru it. got his horse like this distributed in one train- to the Lincoln and Bryant & Stratton business col down, and had a hard time fcet ing camp in a day! We know the 993 Wm Mike Marler, Mt. Vernon public road Rockcastle county line; that all Mason E. Burton, Jr., lege, Louisville, to complete a ting it out influence it is having on those 1013 Level Green lands or territory north of said business course in which she has who should train with all their line as above set forth and de1015 James W. Croucher, A most intesesting display of might, with already made good progress. their whole heart Disputanta scribed are now included in south Zachary in U. G Baker has been very sick photographs of Camp the work. Training to fight 1017 John H. McClure, Livingston Brodhead voting precinct No. 10, Camp well at his home on Wewcomb avenue Taylor. Louisville, and Miss., and fiirht ... is th imn,irtnt 1026 Geo. C. McClure, Livingston and the place of voting shall be . . . Monday. He suffered an Shelby at Hattiesburg, v..-- , var ...vsu ..u,. ,m, aiiuj since .v In the portion of the town of showing many et the soldier standpoint. Our soldiers are go 987 Harvey Richmond, Wildie. attack of acute indiges ion and Young has been Brodhead as is now established. boys of Rockcastle. Laurel aud ing to France; they are going to The Rev. H. T. nis improvement has been slow Cam Mullins appointed Federal Food AdminKnox count; , can be seen in the fijjht and the result of that fightMr. and Mrs. W. J Sparks front window of Fish's store ing depends upon their efficiency istrator for Rockcastle County, Judge Rockcastle County Court. went into Louisville Monday afby the State Administrator, the Attest. S. F. Bowman C. R. C. C. These pietures attract lots of at- Let every one of us get the war ternoon to spend the week with tention M. Sacket. Rev. Young spirit; let all of us back up the Hon. F. their daughters, Misses Fan and who was in Louisville at the time Martha. Remarkable Feat: Ralph military force, help win the war of his appointment was also liber Griffin, son of Judge Griffin, of and save the blood-boug- ht Logan Taylor, who left here ty and our boys. Wo want sworn in at the same time. Rev. ;h the first Int of drafted bovs. this place, who is taking a busi Young has full power to handle was discharged at Camp Shelby ness course at Berea College, is peace and are willing to fight for the food situation in Rockcastle last week on account of his reported to have, after two days it; willing to fight that peace under the recent Federal ruling. study and practice, accomplisht may not only in our beloved Rev. health and has returned home. Young accepts this place as writes from the feat of sending and receiving land, but iu every nation on the a patriotic duty and not because Ray McFerron at globe. We want the Boches and Wild wood, Fla., that he has a over a telegraph instrument, we will get them the reward of any pecuniary benefits, because mingood position, the weaiher fine, the rate of five words per there is no salary attached. We no preriou9 offered is "peace and liberty", sunshine days, nights a little cool ute, the he had had do not believe that a better selec and the reward is offered ter in the work. tion could have been made. Any He feels very much at home with experience them, dead or alive. question arising may be referred friends and well satisfied. old The Road Situation. Reply to him and he will cheerfully Dr. M. Pennington was in ing to numerous inquiries as to The Boone Way man had a and promptly answer anv and all T"335SuSE3Saii Louisville Tuesday and Wed prospects of the completion of pleasant visit to Mt. Vernon Red questions assigned to him ter u1 consideration. nesday attending the War Con- Rockcastle roads during 1918. we where the was addressed by would say that after investiga- Cross hradquarters vention, which V. Robert Smith, Attoney tion, we are led to believe the patriotic ladies were busily enLord H STAY RIGHT work will be pushed with all possi- gaged at sewing machines and General of England and others. I J happen SU 5 with knitting needles turning out BE RIGHT .nr IrtAI W ( lo ESC if I were y ble speed after road working BY v.Vil, if you're not acqaanted LOCAL season opens up in the spring It first class supplies for the boys vita Caluaxt BaUaes yeaKEEPING RIGHT ' do 't no 7 what a .ood exto have engineers in "over there". The knitted gar ON For Sale or trade to small farm is expected Cart Utty c: s J ments in last shipment forwa d field between Liv ngston and TIME I'r'firg :.'::'? t'.'-- y 're soone 5 room house and three lots the ;d were classed, by the receiving Gosd Jjr nis t30, bem nth branch as soon j You can do this by having ' in Mt Vernon. Call on or adC23R8 Cr.'nv.ct DaIsgl are department at division headas weather permits and to let dress, cf racther3 use i contracts for the construction quarters, as E (excellent ) Our THE JEWELER A. J. Gbmtry, Red Cross workers are up with Do your Watch and Ciook The $100,000 soon thereafter. at' Mt. Vernon, Ky. Repairing ,t the procession and are deserving Work Cuarantoed fund for the completion of this poivdeh of the highest commendation for Cox Bldg. Opp. Court House Hiss Margaret Sparks enter gap in the Dixie Boone is ready. - r,f ;o t'Tri-K(.- Kran; Kin their untiring and unselfish activ I it al.vayaRivea best results and ia tained with a Rook party at her We learn from an authentic ity. econor.iic. in cost and use." Culamtt contain only tuch home on West Main Friday even source that tht Kentucky Pro a $3na3ic9 7j I K ingrtaitnt 09 have fcn ap ing Jn- - IItn- - Those present ducers Company, brought in a REVIVAL ! pro: td officially by thm U. S. V a, AT BRODHEAD j Food Authotilima. rj were: Misses Virginia and Sid L. W. BETHURUA well on the Wilbur Ches ai'a vnhmn you buy " Crawford, Christine Davis cr iC Vu You eava when you uo IU BAPTIST CHURCH. ney k ATTORNEY AT LAW of The Pastor Rev. Geo. Childand Margaret Sparks. Messrs nut place, four miles south-eas- t MT VBRNON, RT. John Albright, Dick Cox, Ramie Mt. Ver non, a week since, of which ress will begin a ie days revival Will practice in. all the courts. Richards, Bentley Soarke and D. no report was made for reasons Monday evening January Office ea Church Street 28th. Craig Delicious cake and C known to the eampany. While On Tuesday night 29th the brick cream were served. there are many dry holes charge Rev. H. H. Wallace paitor of CIRCUIT COURT. able to Rockcastle, it is firmily the First Baptist Church at On account of the extreme and continently believed the oil Sturgts, Ky , will arrive and wM weather, making it almost is here and will be found in payB C. C. preach morning and evening impoas ible w for rtjirorsw and wit- - inn1 n ulSHririui Liuinur rr h t ar ATTnRNET.AT.I.iW a uw-- JO ijci " lwii, wUf '" iii,i vuw v throughout the meeting. XJgL vsii'' vfcrrffil IM & MT.VEBNON.IY. dismissed the juries indications are that there exists Bro Wallace is one of our very patfaaram OFFICE.- - On and. floor of Hondsy and continued all jury a 0f the valuable fluid under- - best evangelists and we feel inBank of Mt. Vernon, on w ww- - VjWT jA deed fortunate in getting him. Church St. Special atten ,errito7 The public is cordially invited tion given collections. trial of civil cases. Court will ,'or Mon- - tory in which the above men- - to attend this series of meeting. W 'PKOHB 80 adjourn tomorrow tioned well is located. DBACONS. day. 5 Fub's. Married Dec. 25tjh, Miss Anna Bell Idol, of 964 Wast 8tb, St. K KlvQQ. Pitinin rtat.i ta P.unri;ii- - . - r,.IbtU.f ....... ,W of Lexington, Ky. Mrs Flynn --. DRASTIC ' R m V 1 ; War-Havi- ng mKnHM.M pi 1 Always Comf ortabl All Ways This comfort idea applies to you; we hare Jc-ne- s properly. your size and will measure and fit you I - e JiL fr It' " Kenosha-Klos- e ii!,i? 1 T3 Union Suits Crotch j if y r.i.-in.- r . If They will give you a new realization of Underwear Comfort. Light, Medium and Heavy Weight garments are awaiting your selection. Your choice of fabrics: Cotton, Worsted, Wool; also Silk and Wool Effects. East-Bernst.id- t. You will like ills !ir J Quality Since 1S78 which is a guarantee to you of Value and Service. H Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify thm Genuine KLOSED-KROTCand COOPERS QUALITY Two Big Advantage which coet nothing extra, but mar mfh much to you. 8-- j THE CASH STORE ! .v.. Dr. M. K. DENTIST Pennington WILL BE IN BRODHEAD MONDAY, JAN. 28, 1918 OFFICE : WITH DU VV. F. CARTKR Will be in Mt. Vernon early in February Watch for date. . - .1 Whr-twrm- ! n 1 : ; ! J. C. MOORE 1 CALUMET mi;a 1 1 Timber WANTED Hickory, Oak and Per- EV rfw 1 I t-- 25-barr- 4 ; simmon Logs fe Blocks, also Hickery and White Oak Rived Spoke. For rf ces cad on or write the Lamp Oil th or Saves Eyes oU that ban wiahaat a tic at aowa to taa laat 4oa. ttmm aruda oil iflad to wmwHtMam. ecu mo oila-aa- mmrn taa laaiot mora raa tankwacoa MOMW amy WORK saTaa mjm. Tonr dealar has SOLITB OIL ta barr.U dlract from oar works. aomt thaa clear, h by fctttac lear and alean Nothing la mora steady lie h. loamra t. iaportaa in ta a .... - fix&x&. yyyyyy Williartia Turner, Day & Woolworth Handle Co. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Rsflnery We aaU tha calebratoa Auto Oil. ararran. ,u:toApdreTomior.hh:,'rithe pi London, Kentucky Jan i8,tf Pa. lfo CarV f"crdin? &x&&x tm FLETCHER FOR FLETCHCiTS J mmmmmmamamatmmam $5.50 LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L ARMY Y. M O. A. of tthe buildings Las a large Brodhead, Ky. Jaa. 9th, 1918. Mr. Editor, Mt. Vernon Signal: is so many of the readers of your paper have seesaingly failed to read and analyze the purpose and workings of the Army Y. M. J. A , it will be a pleasure to me if you will allow me, through yourcolmus to give to the public what the best and greatest men if our nation think and say about Daily By Mail (Not Sunday) And the work of this organization. J will begin by quoting Presi Ht. Vernon Signal Your Home Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. dent Wilson's Executive order 'The Young Wen's Christian As ociation has, in the present iUiei'neney, as under similar circumstances in the past, tendered ule progiam of helpfuoiess wi.l its ser ices for the benefit et en;e maintained. Many 01 tin listed men in both arms of the Ii service. Thisorgauizalion is pre strongest and basket men LouiVilio and in Kentucky pared by experience approved Dix Will be associa'ed with Ml methods and assured resources, C. A :n pnMSotiniC the Y. o serve especially the troops . J.V1 -- space for letter writtiug, reading room, class rooms, and each building of thia type baa an au- - j ditorium which will seat from) five to seven hundred soldiers. In addition to these buildings these is also a central auditorium which will seat three thousand, md the combined administration ouilding and store room. This' makes a total of nine buildings 1 rcted by the Y. M. C. a. V serve our loys at Camp Taylor. Mr. P. C. Oix, secretary of th State Young Men's Christian As sociation hs charge of "he work it Camp Taylor, tie will havi ibout fifty secretaries under hi;-uirge. And the lar.et po;-s-! -- Every One of Them Said n Peoples as "We'll Deposit Our Money with the 1 M This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. 111 An Excef Tent Combination or to ! camp and field." Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War, says: "For man years the Y. M. C A has been established as a progress. 1 Dr E Y Mullins, president of the Southern Bap heological Seminary, 01 tist Louisville, will be the Cam Secretary of Religions Work, and he will have a his Rev. Paul Bagby. who has for years been the successful pastor of the Highland Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky. of Mr. H. V. McChesaey, Frankfort, former State Sup't of Puolic Instruction, will be Camp Educational Work Secretary. I must stop, my article is already too long. Now with uier at we have reterred to at the head of this great work, can't we be united ? And open our ears and hear the tired, cold and knock at our doors to night, and then with Christian eagerness all join bands and heart, and say. we will do all in our power to help the Young Men's Christian Associatioa, to answer the knock for us in the camps and trenches where we can cot go. Our boys (many of them) will give their lives to make America safe. Yours respectfully, aw-iista- "Watch Us Grow iMUFUJun. ij ff Ssbscription orders at this combined rate may be sent to the office of the SIGNAL prominent feature Q V. COX, the Courier-Journa- l agent. K&spo: A z COMPLETE za:23a LINE OF a IZ23K V SCHOOL TABLETS STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES ALL times of peace. ever, has developed for it a de. gree of prominence far larger and a field of usefulness far wid er than even its mends could have hoped." Ex President Taft says: "We should feel proud of of Y. M. C. A. work so ably directed. Are we going to be backward in giving our men the near ist thing they can get to Christian home on the tiring army life in The war howin is an evident fact that we cannot all go to tight the Germans, but we can do our share at home by being patriotic to ur government, and by sup porting such organizations as the Red Cross and the Y. M.C.A. The Red Cross cannot exist without money, but, what is the paltry sum of one dollar we arc called upou to give compared U It S SCHOOL LONDON, KY. AUK Al Second Term 0Pens January 2. 1 91 8 FIYIl SCHOOLS MAINTAINED STAPLE PATENTS O line?" Ex President Roosevelt 'What the Y. M. C. A. has beer. deing in Europe has been realh rajeerkible; and now our citizens s-- mud-staine- d our boys' hardships in trenches and on the battle field. We cannot understand how some men can refuse to give the small sum of one dollar when that amount alone, may save a soldiers lite, wno is in this war fighting for that mans liberty as well as ours. Some people say, I will send my money directly to the boy so I will know he will get the full benefit of it. Our boys do not need our assistance in that way, as they draw an ample sala ry sufficient lor their needs. Uncle Sam, will see that they have the Jproper food even if we have to make a great sacrifice at home. Let us ask the question; How much good would the one dollar in a soldier boy's pocket do him and he lying on the battle field, his life's blood ebing away ! What he wants then is relief, which the Angel of Mercy the Red Cross, so quickly gives. There are some people who seem to not understand the mission of the Red Cross, thinkin perhaps that the solicitors ano Chapter officers recieve a salary all of which is a mistake An people who say such things do i either thru ignorance or are t Of) close fisted to give anything to help the cause. And somt suvh people are not b?ing sup ported by the Government. Another man says, he owes too many debts to help. Friend, i you ever owed a debt it is the one you owe the Red Cross which gives aid to the soldier that is fighting for the protection et you and your family. Committee. n iT- TAN LAC AND BRING US Te hoald aid them to do work et ihe same type for our own troops." Hon Wm. Bryan, savs: I place VI N OL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS New Yin, Pleases Ui R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST MT. VERNON. KY Phone 39 TTVl 1 -I TSTTTyCTl j Handy Kitchen Utensils that save time and labor and do the werk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware. ffiar m IllHii1 HHfiTi?'! I j00 l nV2 have everything for kitchen use in the line of Pots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brashes, Knives, Meatchoppers, etc., and a good many little articles that we are showing are recently intro We duced novelties that should be in your home. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox ' -- Opoosite Court House llffiZIR - GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON teachers in literary department. SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Cight well-trained Dailj Devotional Exercises in each room. Moral tewn. Real "School Spirit." Band. Ckorn work. Literary Societies. 11 i 1 h ideals. Free taition to county graduates and teachers doing High School work. Good board can be secured at 50 cents per day and up. Second Term Begins Jan. 1 21, 1918. 1 ottMT information, wrkt. DHL YON, Principal. this Association 'and the Red Cross together for this reason that the Red Cross is attempting to minister to the sick and wounded in the hospitals and Association is attempting to bring moral strength to the boys who are well, and spiritual consolation to the boys who are sick. It seems to me at this time wken the nation is calling for so many young men to under go that supreme test and tha' supreme sacritce called for in the soldier's life, that they who are not called from the home, and Tfho are still able to enjoy its comforts, tught to be willing to contribute very liberally in d-t make the way of those who are called easier. When these bovs gj to th font each one goes carrying the hopes rf a home, and every mother who gives her boy to th war is anxious that, that boy shall back home as good morally as he was wheu he went awav. I beUrve it is just a necessjry that they should ! fed with spiritual nourishment as that their bodies be fed. Th government cannot do this, but this organization can " Secre tary Lansing says: The war an opportunity for the Y ii. 0. A which was seized and turned to the best account.' John O'Ryan says: "Money can be turned over t the Y. M C. A. with every con fidence that it will be expended scientifically and along line most acceptable to soldiers." U G. Bell savs: I regard the Y. VI C. A. as being as necessary as the the Red Cross" Col. Mil ton J. Proman said: "Without the Y. M. C. A. as a helper I would hesitate to take a regiment anywhere. I took 1,200 boys down to the Mexican border and they came back as clean as when I took them, because of its worl:." To my mnd the Y. II. C. A. is the answer of the religious and moral force of the Nation to the soldiers need. With the skill of the expert and backed by years of experience, aad based as it is on the principle of substitution, it seems to drive out evil prectices, by substituting wholesome recreation, and to offset evil tendencies by introducing high ideals, and giving to every soldier the daily witness that everybody back home cares for him. We are proud of what the Y M. C. A. has done for our boys in the Louisville Cantonment. Our buildings were among the first completed in the entire country. They have Seven E ty pe buildings 60x140 feet have been completed and equipped for general use of our boys. Kaeb ed I. MODLL SCHOOL Work covers first eight grades. Thorough training for High Scheel. Provides practice teaching for Normal students. II. HIGH SCHOOL College preparatory and vocational courses. Our graduates admitted to all leading colleges without examination. III. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Piano, violin (all stringed instruments), voice, public sckool miaic, all wind instruments, etc., taught. A large baad, an orchestra, glee club, ets , maintained. IV. SCHOOL OF BL'SIXKSS Bookkeeping shorthand, typewriting, and all allied aubjeets taught. Special courses preparing for Government positions. NORMAL SCHOOL Courses prepariug. for A. J. Pixe. There is more Catarrh ir this section of the country then all other diseases put together, and for years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a locil disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires County and State Certificates and ter a state Diploma Students may enter at any time but the sooner the better. For full information, rates, etc., write, THE PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY. Saw ooo oooB ft H30& Sfi na constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured Toledo, rional remedy, internally and acts thru 8 taken Blood on ihe Mucous Surfaces One Hundred of the Sy.-teoffpred for any Doll r reward is case that Hall's Catarrh Medi cine f.iils to core Send for cir Co., rl-.- e by F. J. Chens Ohio, is a com tit Progressive People business man knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; kewise the progressive farmer; and, too, the business woman. We shall he glad to initiate people into details of keeping a checking account, 1 wide-awak- e m out cu'ars Pj Ohio. a-i- d t stimonals. oc Cbeuev Co., Toledo, So'd by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills lor constipation ha-bee- n WHAT HAS POWERS EVER DONE? - as WE WILL BK OLAD TO TAKS YOUR ORDER FOR THB NSW LrBHRTY LOAM BOJIDS. The Banfqof Mf .Vernon a ft Major-Genei-- (Cary's Weekly.) To say the very lea-- t et it, he has beaten every "durn" fellow that has ever run against him since he was a mere boy; and will beat another one. J udge Robsion and his Democratic cohorts had just as well quit m-- k ing their big claims. Caleb Powers will carry, by good majorities, both the upper and lower end of the district as he Advertisement always does. ou ft ttj m K ftno L X-- AlklASiOSDER ' r' - terTa. JspfCTeny ...ajj m0 r f"VT15 i 7t-- x imtT.t i4i.. r ii . Mirt . :! ru .i - Vi'n!ir eurs kidney nd .nn liln.ill nlrygrayl. b 'ks. rhenma , v.rr.k mid :rrf-;!a.-'a ti? tx.-- i, . a-.' -- ii kni I Brodhead Makes fine ing In Red Cross Work. SB Show- . ; ': '. :.;r ; ' t . . r ,.:.-,- . i....ii, i.. V.. - n: ' ' hm and otl.a t !V. 3M (.iia Sttv.. . aVt ta ' .. auie woman. of tha kidneys u.' . t mall If uetselc - UiHDBrlTAKSB Hand-made aggssgggrfegaS lTal Wf aTk .a f? a ai;a ':.-r!iU- Our line of Couch Casket; is unezcelld offins furnishec - "writes Mrs and constipation, Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111. "I had frequent headaches and dizay spells, and there was a feeling like J heavy weight pressing on m stomach and chest all tbr time. I felt miserable. Every morsel of food distressed me. I could not rest at eight and felt We have had many difficulties tired and worn out all the time of Chamberlain's Tab-le- ts to contend with, never the less, One bottle me and I have since cured we feel that our work has not fel t like a different person." been in vain And that the Rockcastle boys who have gone on and those who JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUlSVII.Ua, KY. ere lexpectiug to go will appreLiberal ciate the fact that their rela- sad full vale pM tives and friends are proving for raw their loyalty to them by help-in-g NldMMS w w to swell the Red Cross fund. hies Brodhead, Ky.. Jan. 9th, I9I8. Brodhead, Ky. Red Cross of Report for the campaign which has been on for the last two Adult members 260, weeks Junior members 116. We the committee of solicitors thank the people of Brodhead and these liberal countrymen of the Surrounding neighborhood for the quick response shown by them when sailed upon to contribute to the Red Cross fund. CURED AT A COST OF 25 CENTS 'Bight "years ago when we first moved Jto Uattoon, I was a Harse eni to all parts of tne county. & All Phone orders byvVire Promptly Filled i great sufferer from indigestion 94-- S W. A. COX, M 1 . VERNON, KY. fciq?P4fc;3C j Xjs$3c GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky stilt JSJSS COMPLETE fUNE Cofias, Caskets and Robes nir J ivu rr Mail' Telegraph or Telephone . orders Prom p tl y ! a iibvS AWijpj" irBWrnMir Filled nilf kJ ssn rvvi jBa n s.v wn n n'ii ajiSj"'f fjQSi ik Wns i i .Wjar m 1 iWCPnm IS kl uaf9 1 Aim j M ' w t 7lm a w m :cje33ea63Srpa msam