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Mount Vernon signal: January 25, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918012501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: January 25, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ! PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Voi.CMh XXXI ,. lemon 1 ESTABLISHF J887 FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 191? a i 3-- D MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM J- - NUMB 13 a Red Cross Notes. Tli watch-wor- d backing from the' . Rockcastle Couuty. lovcU ones whr cannot go with My dear teacher friends: I KaBama ,.J& them over vouder. believe the most important work V. H. Fish, of Mt Vernon, has that you can do now is helping ! bee'i appointed Chairman of the the farmers to test their seed M SwGnfl Publicity Hurean of this Chapter. corn. You can do this through b,y? JvflV "IBS' ad wiil make a good one. All your schools. The students notices of doings of the Red bringing the corn to school and & Cross should be sent to him. testing it there. Then at the end Tne Civilian Relief Committee of the week, when the corn has of the Red Cross is iroinj to b; spromed invite the parents who! ra '?" one of the most important have had their corn tested and branches of this Chapter, not jel them see how it has been other Bargains in alo;ie from the standpoint of done. As I said in the beginning money furnished, but to help it is an important patriotic dutv. those wholly or partly depend- - ,Tbc wiunini? f the war depends m i f ui.j. D!lt t1 ,.iwvk.v om v..u.w rniMiru r.ur,juj.u,,. Vtoln 0n Qur ability to make bread dei eodeoto get their claims prop and for that reason I am asking erly prepared to procure Federal the teachers and farmers to help aid promptly; help keep up rhe in this seed corn campaign. high standard of education among Will teachers desiring further those left behind; be ready to County information address get employment for soldiers who Agemt, R. F. Speuce, Berea, MY ALWAYS come home partly disabled; arKentucky. Tli 4 bmre i a splendid lik ness of our nw high sheriff, w! o range a place for the man who ha- - the Idei e f rVCf JOMfi that kaoem him, and ;hat is the canni.t take up the work he left Local Farmers i po-:i of the citizensh p of fcuckcasale, that he will matte d on account of wounds or lost trying to do his health. These things will count liftii officer and a, all times will be fou-itrue .in Get Opposite the VV W. A:iglin. full dutv. His de;u ties ore W G ISiceley and in reconstruction after this horNITRATE rible war is over as well as now. GOVERNMENfToSEU Council of Graded School Notes and Rpv. H. T. Young and his fir Fertilizer Through County Agent able committee should have the CTsw, wbuw B After beins repaired our backing and assistance of every National Defense Washington, D. C, Jan. 25. is in first class order; it citizen in Rockcastle County to Notice has been given to R. F. No more critical days have be keeps the building more than make the work of this committee bpence, Agricultural Agent for fallen us since the time that warm. Yju not d havt no fear live aftei we have all crossed over Rockcastle County, that the U. S. Patrick Henry made his fatefui aout your child not being corn- the Silent River of Death. Department of Agriculture will before the House of Bur- - fortable while in school; in fact speech sell at cost a supply of nitrate of getses when Ve uttered these jt is better ff in school during CURED AT A COST OF 25 CENTS soda to farmers in Roctaastlej words- - "Give oe- - JJltertv or sucn w3arjtier as tlfis tuan oik. give me death'". The sinister, ooo '"Eight years ago when we County. I The nitrate was purchased shadow of the Divine Rights of Owing to a mistake, Nina Cox's first moved ",to Mattoon, I was a Kings casts over our land ' a pall name Was left off the Star Roll great sufferer from indigestion through the War Industries Board that we dreamed had forever ast, month. aud constipation, "writes Mrs. under the authoritv of the Food been dispelled by the sun of ooo Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111. "I Control Act as a part of the projj Liberty which flooded our land agoodly num- - had trequet-.- t headaches and dizzy gram for stimulating agricultural We are after the War of the Revolution 0t r of students next Mon- - pehs, and there was a feeling production. It will be unloaded to the highest bidder, my farm of about 100 Bnt our dreams of peace, secure day, Bel w is a list of the names like heavy weight pressing on at Atlantic ports and the price will from invasion, fostered by our ao(j addresses of pupils in at- - my stomach and chest all the be $75 50 a ton. free on board cars acres, I mile east of At. Vernon, and known as the Miller Farmers are spirit of '"God's will toward all ' tendance from out of town dis time. I felt miserable. Every at port of arrival has a good residence and outbuildings, under wire fence, and well to pay in addition freight from farm have been rudely shattered by tricts : morsel of food distressed me. I over 800 peach and apple springs. could not rest at nigh and felt port of arrival and the Sate fer- watered by three never-failin- g the avowed aims of the Masters Tack 0ens, Ottawa, worn out all the time. tilizer tag fee. tired and of modern Germany to make the Nora Fields, Burr. Highway and an ideal place trees, all bearing, is located on Dixie-Boo- ne One bottle of Chamberlain's Tabday world subjects to ptesent how to obtain nitrate. Lillian Fields, Burr, lets cured me and I have since however, Applications for a part of the for any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising. their will No Willie Ki:;g, Gum Sulphur, felt like a different person." foul, lias been left by them un 100,000 tons of nitrate bought by Laura Taylor, Snyder, TO THE FARMERS OF ROCK- the government will be received tried; intolerable suffering has iSadie Par-oMt Verne n, near known as the old CASTLE COUNTY. only from actual farmers or ownno more effect on their ambitious Flora Pitman, Pine Hill, cultivation, 60 acres, practically all SEED CORN. J ers or holders of farms for uss on hearts than a dedrop on ad Lela Mullins, Mt. Vernon, amant; pity is as strange to I would like to impress upon their land, and may be made Claude McHafghe, Pine Hill, well watered and fencedbopom as virtue to Lucifer. the farmers of Rockcastle Coun- through County Agent, R. F. tneir Tulla Owens, Burr, ty the importance of testing Spence or through any member 1 will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, one on niehmond Street. 90 feet front, 235 feet The well in which truth lies they Robt Fish, Mt. Vernon, God The never discovered. their seed corn for this year i9 18 of a local committee, consisting of deep good barn and water. SECOND LOT on Mail Street, known as Sam Davis lot. Clay Coffee, Wildie, 'Many of the north and north- W. J. Sparks, chairman, S. P. between C. C. Williams and Fritz Krueger. 0 feet front, running back to Old Mam Street whose supremacy all men ac Tom Chestnut, Burr, they condescend to Elmer Allen, Cooksburg, knowledge, western states will Dot have Caudill, 1. B. Chesnut. W. C enough seed corn to supply a Johnson, and George Fish. treat as an equal; the pride of Celia Hiatt, Mt Vernon, I he lust of power, has No money will be required with conquest, third of their need. Kentucky Tabitha Hiatt, Mt. Vernon. ONE STALLION. never been so shamelessly exmust help supply this corn. The the application, but upon notice Moore, Mt. Vernon, Milton ploited. early freezes and barj winter from the County Agent farmers, Willie Coffee, Mt. Vernon. Black and White Points, known at the we nave had makes it necessary who have signed applications, Mary Cummins, Withers, And we! We must stand to 15 i hands high and the sire of many Tom Brown Jaek for each farmer to select and not must deposit with a local bank, Nannie McNew, Wildie, gether as one if we are to win; we good colts. only select but to test his corn association, or individual, desigAda Brown, Ottawa, must rub the sieep from our Milck Cows, old Mules, broke to work, and see whether it will grow or nated by the Secretary et Agrieyelids; bend the back and Jack Brown, Ottawa, 2year-olds- , "I Black Horse, nine years old, not. The following is a simple culture, to act as the farmers' Catherine Brown, Ottawa, strain the muscles of our NationYearlings, j Bay Mare, 6 years old. way to test corn: Take a piece agent for that purpose, money to ooo al being totnumph in the pres "I Sucking Calf, Geldings, 4 years old. The school Treasurer informs of a sheet or good strong cloth cover the cost of the fertilizer, ent conflict. Rich man and poor head of Hogs, yearling mules. man without regard to race or us that he has retired another The white factory cloth will do. except the freight charge. After 1 Bay Mare, 2 years old, creed will know the weight of the 1I500 bond. This makes $2,000 Spread it on a table and take a the money is transmitted to FARMING IMPLEMENTS: boud from which the land has already paid on the bond issue, pencil and line this cloth off in Washington the nitrate will be 1 Two-Hor-Wago, 1 Mowing Machine. MeCormick, two inch checks and number shipped to the farmers, if appli. been free since the day of George leaving $4,000 yet to be paid. 1 Spring Wagon. 1 Disc Harrow, check. Leave a good margin on ca.ions for the nitrate exceed the the Third, if we fail in this crisis. 75 bbls. Corn. 1 Hill Side Plow, It is not enough to say "We Every student in school has both sides and ends so as to supply of about 100,000 tons, the 250 Bales Hay. 1 A Harrow, will not fail " We must use our written a composition upon some fold over the checks without government will allot the supply power and resources to mtke phase of the Conservation of disturbing the corn. Pick out on a pro rata basis among those Saleof everything will take place on the Miller Farm, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. impossible. The weap- Food. The compositions are the best com for seed possible. who applied. Applications must failure Farms and lots will be sold one third cash, balancs in ons of force used against us are ready to be judged and will be Take from six to ten grains from be received by February 4th. interest from date. Live Stock three equal payments of one, two aud three years, and augmented by insiduous attempts published shortly. each ear, number each ear to CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH with approved surety and bearing legal interest from date will be sold on a credit of 6 months correspond with the check on to determine our confidence and REMEDY. until paid. to produce unrest among our the cloth. For instance, grains STAY RIGHT Before using this preperation has been made people. Attempt from ear number one should be BE RIGHT placed in check number one. for a cough or cold you may wish to range American against Amer BY ican; to excite greed at the exWet the cloth and place it on a to know what it has done for KEEPING RIGHT KY. Auctioneer. ON pense of sacrifice for the Nation, smooth table and place the grains others. Mrs. O. Cook, Macon, TIME. on these checks. Fold over the 111., writes, "I have found it al good. These are some of the nB."tTaBffl CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. any quickest You can do this by having forms of ceaseless activity of sides and . ends Place a lamp gives the remedy I relief of ever cough have When you are troubled with wick at the end where you be used." Mrs. JameS ' MK Knott, the enemy '"within our gates" indigestioa or ceusiipatioo, lake THE JEWELER gin to fold over lamp wick Chillicothe, Mo., sayif '"Chamthat we have to overcome that Dc your Watch and ClOok Chambsrlaia's Tablets. They we may give oar whole .strength reaching to the center of the berlain's Cough Remedy cannot Repairing strengths the stenaeh aa suWork Guaranteed cloth. Then wrap a dry cloth be beat for ccugbs and colds." and power to the cause. We must Cox Bldg. Opp. Court House able it te perform its functions H. J. Moore, Oval Pa., says "i stand as one! Work as one! Fight around it and tie it with some have been used Chamberlain's naturally. Indigestion is usualMrs. Selena Tanner, Athens, Ohio, words to exstrings. Place it in a warm Cough Remedy on several oecas-sion- s writes: "I cannot find your kind adas one! ly accompanied by conatipatios press my thanks for room with the wick hanging in and is aggravated by it. Chamwhen I was suffering with vice. I never once thought I had caberlain's Tablets cause a gentle stomach. I commenced a cap of water. Let this alone a settled cold upon the chest tarrh of the EBMHT3 IS movement mt the bowels, relievL. W. BETHURUtt QUICK CURE FOR CROUP. taking Peruna, as you directed. My for six days ( besure it does not and it has always Drought about ctnmaMt continued tft hurt me for ing the eestipate aeedisiea. ATTORNEY AT LAW ;first symptom, Watch for the get cold at night) then unfold a cure. about two weeks after I began the MT VERNON, RY. stopped. I now medicine, and then it hoarseness and give Chamberthe cloth and see which check Will practice in all the courts. 'IMCLtqu have a good appetite, while before Office on Church Street FLHOiEM lain's Cough Remedy at once. has sprouted the greatest num- I was nearly starved." FOR FlETCHEffS Those who object to liquid medigrains, the ones that have It is prompt sad effectual. cine can procure Peruna Tablets. substantial ; ' -; 5- Red Cross sweater has be- CO so generaUf used by the T wnu1d Hk. tn hflV. th. names private in cantonements that and addresses and varieties of uey are ouge or me cora of all farmers who have ;cr same as tiuee units are Seed corn n This win help ,1 ge of an Odd Fellow, ar.dour the County Agent in ivme inDoys ;qji uaie thpm ?s mucn. formation to those who wish to Tii p.ie comfortable and carry. buy seed corn. with them a message of Jove and School Teachers Of sprouted the best lay aside the ear that corresponds to the check number for seed. udmik Thrift wiil Win the War Mr. Farmer, Mrs. Housewife, Mr. Dick, B . - - Tom and Harry, Thrift is the of the day. Get in line with the times Trade at Baker's Blue Front and save money. M Sill SUGAR per lb. .08c Many GROCERIES, FRUITS, HARDWARE, Saddles, Paints, Wallpaper etc. HARNESS TINWARE, CHINAWARE, TI? LANGFORD 1 ig-ge- st - To I ! Nitrate W. PRICES The BLUE FRONT R Baker COURT HOUSE k THE LOWEST The fur-nan- ce WILL ON fXp-ct:n- Frdav, tola rch 1st, 1918 Farm. nv OFFER FOR SALE This Has m-.an- n, SECOND TRAC T, About No. Tunnel ADAMS FARM, urde: - WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: REX PEAVINE, JR., ONE JACK, 5 3 2 4 2 2 30 e 000 ! TERMS OF SALE b-ar- ing H. C. fONES, W. A. IVlCrXLINIL, MT. VERNON, J. C. MOORE Catarrh of Stomach Did Not Know It Nearly oq3Krxcrpr: . Starved Or? PERUNA Catiersn Off 3CX3C3lC30C38Cler p.iini tiows maouGH r Made Me Well CASTOB14 ftt nil iihum&ihtammw mKssBBmaaaaemssamaaaaKmmmmm WAR MISSIONARIES American Orators to Talk to Mon In the Trenches of France. E M' r 4 falsehood and deception, es ape, the wind of persecution .do wing it across the path of F. HiiDAY, Jan. 25, 191b vl. Tones. Yes. Jones is loyal. Ie has proven this both in word THANKS TO RlJ CROSS UsJUd every Friday by ud act. Not long since he reJack Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs ported to the Feneral authorities EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. H. H. Wood, of Wiidie. wr t. man who declared biuiself for 1, - -- following to our lied OroSS Germany. $I.C K.IPTIOW OSB YEAR folks on receiving a Christ The Judge indirectly boasts el which they had sent his patriot's!) have But we .sing rates maue known on Dkchmkku 20, 1017 failed to see where be t.ver lee application .VlRNON SiGNAL A ,.,-- WILDIE BOY WRITES f REWARD FOR HEROISM II III c I I PROF. J. L. PILKENTON Wet Contents !5Flvid ftracr CASTORBA For Infanta and Children. t'-i- ma-bo- : MKMBKR OF CKirrocxr press association BaoWN, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dkak Miss ClBO : With my heart singing with i preciation. and stomach filled with Mi:s. L'i.ko s an army against the enemy. 01 -- l is the DC7TV of everyone be an effort to aid, in some in tin- t:r.',it struggle in are now en American . i ; Don't 1' t ;:id later DO that to but few credit due ter doing the ' work, a has often in the past when nine tenths d le eo)le sat back and alio . . the wend war. -- bet-nth-- is either do will do us. This i be Kaiser in which every eitizen; to do it.'' It the humblest tothjcewbi ;n I high place'" to render Po.--t as-ne- e. yourself. Mid K ma papers, especially all article, a-i- d Worked, planned and dreamed for the past forty rears to gain world He domination for HIMSELF. uf reach id the distinction ue of Iteing ;h great c- pre military ehi"t ain wittiin th Earth's hiaton . aught for th? untold ser i and misery be might thrust literature 01: s important Boat Vital PUOD ADMINISTRATION. it tloBf :o your neigh In the effort made by the Gov bor; get the ptapla aroused or our situation of peril should lake srnment to protect the producer. wholesaler, retailer, and conaotn-sr- , v..:i itiness and apathy prevail. eooperation is being asked all Why are we Sghttaff Thi ilong !he lice. The producer it riant question is easily guaranteed good prices for th :. vered Ii is this: The food products that he can , "Iv'aiser," that is the "why." but the producer of the raw the one man who has material becomes the circular, posters sub-Pas-pro-lace- delicious edibles, I take this of thanking (u. and the K ck castle Re Cross, for the fcaJkag vvhieh came yesterday. Proud that I can be one among the Rockcastle boys whoaredoini their bit in establishing a world's Democracy, and when peace ie finally brought to the world, your own boys will be among those who gladly and freely gave more than was demanded. The one big object now, is be get the Kaiser Wi; will, and next Xinas shall see us back home in old Rockcastle, big4r, better. and happier for having done our bit Krtth Drat wishes to you and every member of ttod Croat, I am, Yours very respectfnlly, .Jack Wood I of the finished connamei tisement. product, and B. H. HlLLARD. must have protection. The 1 even offered bis service, either as a private or office, but on the contrary, has vainly tried to hide Ins cowardice under the cloak el preteuded patriotism, and conbv showing his tented him-el- f .Tenuis as a falsifier and a meddler ''111 other men's matters'. It seems that he did seemingly express a desire to become the leader of a vigilance corps- - I guess he meant a band of Night Riders of White Gaps to run dewn an one that opposes not the but 'him". T.,e public now clearly sees that if the Judge's patriotism equalled his deception aud hypocrisy, the Kaiser would have thrown up the white flag long ago. Don't you feel ashamed, Judge? The public is ashameG of you. it tne Y. If. G. A. is what tin judge tries tu make it, w.e bave nothing less than the union f Church and Mate. As we before the iork of the V. M. C. A. is ouly a privilege raiiteu them by the government, is also the Kaigbts of Colombo. Goj b!es the good work done by this organization, but what ibont bringing it to a higher standard of morality aud effici eucy. Who but moral degener ties would oppose this ? Adver gov-eminen- The brotherly feeling of America for of her allies and th determination of ReHigh hi country to exert its entire might for victory are to be carried to the of Englishmen and Frenchman in the trenches by a staff of American oraaasnacssa tors, who will sail in a few days. The A special from Washington, D. men to be selected for this important uiesion, wbo will be among the bett C. dated Jan. 23rd says that known speakers of the country, will tsar the westers fighting front and Bronze medals were awarded the principal cities of England and nirjetoen and silver medals award"ranee under th auspices of the Brit-;s- ed six, by the Carnegie Commisforeign office. They will be chosen Three y the war council of the T. M. C. A. sion for acts of bravery. l of the number are Kentuckians, The first man named is Rev. Dr. Prentice, of Nyack, N. T., who has and one of th j three is our worthy been one of the most actire workers in the National Security League's cam- citiaen, Prof. J. L. Pilkenton, of paign of Patriotism Through Educa- Brodhead. The special reads as tion in this country. follows: Dr. Prentice was one of the princi"Joseph L.Pilkenton, Brodhead, pal speakers in the Red Cross drive. He is an orator of Ky., bronze medal and $1,000 for ability and was one of the in- a worthy purpose as needed. Principal Brodhead School Gets ward for Act Bravery. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria a T 1 AMotsatefttsiwtiMl stscsrsly-- -. TT-J lMllL.- - ik Ti bcd rsn r.KKT. w- - m h KPI svtacSiasssna rkwy" 1 Tj AjWaVS " JDOcU UiO .u. Sar-tel- Thereby PraosattJ Signature of l5forNAcoTi6 AtJ In las BBC $100,-000,00- 0 un-vru- structors t, at the speakers' camp held by the National League at Chautauqua last pamphlet written by bim, training Security a" iXaH July. A entitled "How to Reach Your Audienoe," has been widely circulated by the Security League and Is being used by patriotic orators in all parts of the country, appearing both for the National Security League and under other auspices. It is expected tbat the sending of these men abroad will be followed by an exchange of British and French orators, who will tour our training camps and principal English-speaking cities. c BIG WAR CONGRESS National Security League to Hold "Convention of National Service" in Chicago. ex-plain- retail merchant is asked to col orm the 1: mmmI principle ( er ee'i- - r (), Mich pr fits St ronM have be..i fair before tb The National Security League will its nex. annual convention in Chicago, February SI, 22 and 23. Sponsored by an invitation commutes including men and women of the highest prominence in all walss of life in Hampton Roads, Va. tbs country, the League expects fully Jan. 15th, 1918. .en thousand delejr&iea to assemble Chicago for deliue.AUon on the pro Dear Mamma: it $ram of war prob.ems which It fea-I am getting along ine. I ju: lined. The gaeriag aft e styled "A Cos passed my examination last week jr.Bs or National SirtlceT aad ail b for l.lmrtuacist tnatu, third c'as. aiore ujxrn pcpahir educational I am liking the work tine I Lata any of the Brnrlstl conventions have elikrtfe of the dressti k room . of the Soeariti The !on is signed by tne following iiotca now I like it better than thr hold s li-'.- e Lc-juk- Pilkenton, aged 48, teacher, saved Vivian B. (Albright, aged 5. from being killed by a train at Brodhead, Ky., April 16, 1916. Vivian fell between the rails of a track on which a passenger train was approaching. Pilkenton ran sixty feet and stepped between the rails, reaching ber when the train was about twenty feet away and advancing at a speed of fifteen miles an hour. He seized her and lifted ber onto a platform ou. of the path of the train. He tried to follow her onto the platform, but struck his shin and fell. While he was still prostrate, bis feet between the platform aud the track, the front locomotive passed pfcrt of the him; but he crawled onto the platform without being struck." J r7i',ri. -- e SZ nam. Jssa . , Omummjmr K f & T & An nnl f(tJoaionanalhTlBOi J RmtfV' Use For Over flttuaKfrfalH?, ftclasstSi!? fjes NEWWKj SWfTuI omnam0"' Thirty Years CASTORIA Kxact Copy o Wiaffcr. ti.c eorukun r. mm. LEST YOU FORGET Do you think you can die and go heaven and let your wife and children go to the Poor House. ( Should any n.erchan refuse to do tlrs, the Govern uteut will step in, upni suftici he world in lb accomplish-Hint evidence, and tnp the whole at of hi. unholy aims :V( from se'ling K'JI" to thiVheae tilings, c;tn av merchant. The retail merchant Aaaaricaa tcfluua lake warm in bis baying b; is protected o; refoae to lend a.d U the caus the wholesaler being required t ..rty anri Deenocraey bide bv a standard price, base " and upon what would b'.ve been a fair Belgians Kk.viEMHkk France, not forge ting the lavage orofil before the war b gan N ery, earned out by th wholesaler can now Mil nor era orders, of men, womei. ban 10 r poinds of sugar toen ies Enslaving thoasessJ mvrcha t There is abwolutel. no opportunity for anv one t , carry ir.ir away women and - into atone t!nn slavery. speculate in foodstuff and kefj luroad oaajrabinage, worse than out of trouble with the Govern itself, the Harder of Ameri ment. 'I he Food Administration is men, women ana babies on .jhseas. ian any Ameri cheerful cooperatio when on the part &f every consumer remain lukewarm r who i; x these bines ': Loyal American in tin l ! var beaan t'rtiis! U. ; - Veak Women In use for over 40 years! k'n-.win- ryt - 1 1 Thousands of voluntary Idlers horn women, Idling of the good Csrdui hr.s done th;m. This is ih Lest prod cf the value of Car:'iu. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine fcr '.vorr.f n. Th :re re r.o manful or habit -- iormir.2 drujs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effec- ts. an Peters of Labor. Besgntary Jacob If. Dtcthasou. of War. JuCoa Harmon, " rier AttorneyCeneral 0 the United States. Dr. John Grier Hilbea. reatdwst e. University Dr. Edmund J. tamm, presldeat of the Untveisity of Illinois. Dr. Barry Pratt Jj.lson, president tf the Unlverflty of Chicago. a:r.ue! W McCall. Governor of Mas-n r Siel An:e;i ward. We have had some cold or MsrstiKli. rboauu area her, but today is just like the L'nited S'Htes I am coming home just l'fceodore ,to;;;eve t. former Present spring of ;he United S a'es. us goon an I get a chance. Cap William Howard Tuft, former Pre-sain Dayton doesn't believe much dent of lhJBtea Sm i. lis Eminence Jam. s Car It I Gib- in furlough". eons. With love to all, Vice-Preside- n 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 Conr-ers- rresttent of tf! - John Pearl Landrum. IN MEMORY OF OUR DK PARTED BROTHER. I'VlNGSTON COUNCIL NO. 167 JR. O. U A M , LfVINGSTON, KY ; JANUARY 22, IQl8. "God's finger touched him and he slept." The expression of Pri-ice'.o- n - ;CuU?r tS i ,.v. steckcastta has kept up in the proeeaaioa in the w rk, m iking a credible injr, hen compared with r counties, that ism I re. .died the aarta 0.1 who should take the matter most tbaakfallj and serand acted upon with a tbm .1 hand co u.ud? with .st resolve : ' I will do m ! ' observance of Meatless, - less, and Perkle-- s lays days a:e Meatle s. and this meanf abstinence from use of beef, pork and mutton only. Wednesday is Wheat! s. This means absti-aencfn m fooda made from (white) srbeat 11 ur. Saturday is Porirlesa. B T YOUNG, Food Administrator of Rockcastle t'ountv. e VVIra! Tues- TAKE X iiiS fv m m iw m m 11 m u i'rt'1!, In etrukiiaaslll La ' ffr''is"r ki-- ; ! n.'.-- .x ' ; ui is iA Tbe Vcman's Tonic Ycu can rtiy cs Cardui. Sorely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other womsnl It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," writes Mrs. Alary E. Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. 1 take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. oamue! Mather, Cleveland. Ohio. E. T. Meredith, publisher of Success ful Farming. Des Moines, Ia. !ohn Purroy Mitchel, Mayor ef tae City of New Tork. Mrs. Philip Nofth Moore, president of the National Council of Women. E. W. N'icnbts. superintendent of Virginia Military Institute, Lexlng ton. Va. Dr. Frank Mason North, president Federated Council of the Churches of Christ in America. Charles Edward Russell, editor aad publicist. Mrs. Ccrdenio A. Severance, St. Paul, Minn. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, chairman Women's Committee, Council of Na tlonal Defense. Philip B. Stewart, Colorado Springe, Col. every possible assis ai.ee and encouragement to the e men and women of the var- tt'ar Decease Ii mmittees, rag, V. II A., ate . wtio inj; the.r energies and time to a ea use upoi. which hi'gesthe continued liberU of our country. R.BVOCS . ; St.kk;hs To convert your buggy into a sleigh: Tak. o BrjGGY gas or water pipe, bend np end-tform runner, to height of fif teen, 01 more, inch s Rww a 1 on ends thereof. Remove ugg wheels, place axitiS through T's screw on axle nut. usirg nipples or wooden blocks for washers to Whek peace is dec.ared let it fill out space on axles. Siz- - of go forth to the world: ''And there pipe and T's being governed br ttood old Rockcastle; her sons the size of the axle. nd daughters did their DUTY aad no other locality or commun "THE HAN') Or SCORN i.y excelled them m the attainment of honors well deserved for And Deception Still Drives the Nail of Persecution," mm B. rl. HiMard. successful efforts put forth ia aid of our liberty loving land. In last week's issue of the Sig nal, the devil under the signature It is confidently predicted of Richard G. Williams, c ntin tbat the U. S. Government will ues his slanderous, peisecution take over and maintain the thru of the Rev F. M. Jones, in his bighamaw when completed. Men charges of disloyalty. in high places are advocating The public is already judging thii precedure even before their this attack as a house built upon completion. the sand that cannot stand the Ask your neighbor how he feels test Jones has challenged him with relerence to the war condi- to apprehend him for any act or tions and the dire results that expression of disloyalty. Whv mi'rht follow should he and others don't he do it ? As an American f.il to uphold the Government's citizen, its his duty. Isn't this in the great struggle. conclusive proof thaths position is purely personal and selfish, Membeis of the War Council and not prompted by zeal for the a' VYashington favor the com-p- l government. He. more than any tion of the thru highways as thing else, resembles a steam en soon ss possible, regard less of gine overloaded with excessive cost steam, which has to 'ppoff"or By lukewarmoess for the cause burst. So it is natural that this perpetual accumulative overflow lends aid to the Kaiser. s ... Frank S. .8treeter. Concord. N. U. Booth Tarkington. H. St. George Tncker, Washington aad Lee University, Va. J. Wade, president MeroantSe Trust Company, St. Louts, Mo. Henry Wattereoa. editor ef the Cow- Louisville, Ky. Wetmore, Miss Maude Natioaal League for Womaa's Servlee. H A. Wheeler, Chicago, former president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Luk E. Wright, farmer Secretary of War, Memphis. Teas. NEW PROBLEMS. The invitation reads in part: "The war has forced now social, political and economic problems on America. It ia aeeeesary- that these should be clearly and tally presentee to the people. The nation must be awakened through the united efforts ef patriotic workers to the effect of the solutioa of these problems ea the existence of the republic, the success of desiocracy, and the preservation ef tae rights of toaa throughout the world." The heaifaarters ef the convection will be ia the La Salle Hotel, Chicago. Ia addltioa te the reguhsr aneetlags of the delegates aad report of committees there, a big meeting will be held cutside the hotel, probably at Mcdinah temple, en Washington's Birtadaj. Fe-t'j- s l, ... Tenuyson very much describes of our Brother, James the Daniel Griffin, who departed this life, January 7th, 1918, at the age of forty seven years. Therefore, be it Resolved : First, That in the death of Bio Griffin, Livingston, Council No. 167, Jr.O U.A.M . has lost one of the very best, true and faithful members, his community a good citizen, and his five children a kind aud loving father. Second, That we extend to the fjmtly and relatives our deepest heartfelt sympathy in this sac4 Mav they hot.r of bereavement look to God. who doeth all things well ; that he may watch over them and give comfort in their sorrow. Third, That a copy of thesr resolutions be sent to the famih of the deceased, a copy sent to the Mi. Vernon Signal for publication, and a copy spread upon the minutes of our Council. pai-sin- g The First State J. LIVINGSTON, KY. C GRIP PIN, Bnk Mit CAPITAL 15,000 00 W. M. CO rTONGIM, Yt.-?rM- President C M. THOMPSON, Cashier Additional Lecak The War Council at Court House, Monday, should be largely attended, as many things of gen. eral importance needs atfcention. Beginning llonday, Jan. 21 at. and continuing up to any includ 19.18, infc Monday, March 20th, in our store will be closed with the Government Fuel Saving Order. We advise our customers to do their Monday shopping on Saturdays dur aom-pliance Late planting and early frosts in 'I7 spoiled much seed corn. Go to Fish's for your clot hi ng and they will send you away with a smile. Talking is one of the strongest indications of life. Let onr readers be governed accordingly and notice the firms who talk through our columns. They are alive and full of business and it will profit you to trade with them every time. The best money maker ea the farm is the hen She turns grass into green backs, grain into gold, and from the sand and gravel she coins silver. There is nothing else on the place to campare with her. The cattle and horses oare her heavy customers, and to get their value we must part with them, but not so with the hen. In her small wav she is a gold mine on grinds that which others overlook or the face si the earth; a mill that refuse. Geo W. Murphy, G T. E. i. FOR Kellky, Committee. Jonb. ingtiat time. J. Fiah A Son. - -- CASTORIA LtfbLJ Children Ory FLETCHER'S All Druggists J. 7 A Mothers Don't advise the preacher how to preaoh help him and he will prsach better. Don't tell the he ought to plead lawyer ho Pay him aad he will plead better Don't tell the physician how he should do py fees and you Don't will get better treatment tell the reporter, editor or solic itor how he could make a better paper- - patronize and pay for the paper and make it better each week. 'The Deacon', a plaj in four act-- , was staged at the Red Bud School House Wednesday night by the pupils of that school. The play was a success in every fea C.McCL-rtRture and was enjoed by a full house. Each character perform ed his or her part remarkably tfKLawow AJbV a iiT" well. 'Pete', tbs darkey de serves special mention. This play marked the close o the term and school. All du-in- g in spite of bad weather the daily aftendance has been high. Credit EMBALMER is due Miss Esther Staerson, UNDERTAKER and teacher, for the effort she put VeritiiiTBte Kv iho Children A safe, old fashioned New Treatment for Bronchitis, I Vksr--c J. Y remedy for worsts. Scvecty-fiv- e . kL. I yecn cmom. I I bJ 3 VI rjvg -- 6 Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds "VOJUk N. 34c tac lungs. Ib addition, Bl W throago the skin, relieyiag the tigntaccc VUsk's ic sbcorbed FREY S VERM1FUCS ccc S jiiiml mot. JgffitKX! rm 23c W otter you. ym. MUkpt M wh fi M rm Ml m 1 jmt mSb eja'l )m mI Be. m M- - LAS. FREY. Vick's can be applied ofr the throatsuJ chest and covered with a warm flaaael No seed to take internal medicine, or cloth or a little put up th nostrils or habit forming drugs for these troubles, melt a little in a spoon aad inhale the Vick's'7Vsp-0-RubSalve is applied pors arising. Also for Asthma aad Hay to the heat of the body, soothing, medi- - Fever, rub Viek's well over the spinal vapor, are released thai ar. inhaled uma to relax th. nervous tension, toe, .11 niirht long throurh the air psiscgee touOe, or $1.00. " col-cat- ud soreoecc. forth. 1 STANFORD. KY. ALTIMORX. MS. VICK'S'mm!SALVE PaitfT 13 FADED 7 l m MT.VLRNON SIGNAL M - s. J. W Van Winkle w sicn. contir-ue- s MT. VKRNON KY, Jan. 25, 1918 Tip liurd 'atjd,'T.oni McClme have gone to ffttt'icounty to d:g coal. Mrs "70 f4 "'N. 79" wnery( want toCom"- - L J7 ea wltb SIUNAL P lOWMVILkK A rUBHVICLC H R CO. . 31st on the list of 6000 New York policemen examined to fill 22 uortn positions cf sargents of police 3:4.5 24 nortn He stood 6rst among New York 11 4 13 south five million when the city of 12:13 a m LI South lUtica aked to borrow a man Ed Nev.'and wsv. ud fum from Gotham's police force who Ja.S.;IandkUI, Apent. L uisvilie Vonday. He - work could clean up the vice conditions Phone No. 8. of a city rnon, Ky. PoteBce Mg in Hiach He shp M govern-Oaterad at taf Mt TIME-TABLE1 ;i.; S. H. Martin is viMtirg daughter, Mrs. Elmer Hock her at KiUav, Ky. Miss Julia fish will enter Wil bur R. Smith Business College, Lexington next week. Card Hansel who is working in the mines in Bell county has moved his family there. pm Mr. and Mrs W. G. Mcee am spent Wednesday with Mr. and a Mrs C. M. Thompson at is of the utmost importance as to the number of Red Cross that you read every article in the member-- , at Wildie. There are paper on the subject et agricul-4instead of 36 as reported. jture and conservation subject. The Mt. Vernon Red Cross' Notice: If those who wish to has 42 active workers at sewing buy a monument or tombstone machines or with knitting need- - will see m? at once, Icansevevou les Their headquarters remind money, as I Am thinking of going one of a clothing factory and out of the monument busiuess. knitting goods piled up adds to G10. Owens, Mt. Vernon, Ky. the scene of industry. Jan 25 3t A mistake was made last week It Monday Closing Order The order to close business on Monday will be observed as indicated last week with this change All soft drink stands and soda fountains may keep open till noon on Monday, if in connection with other business that can maintain but all fountains and soft drink stands must close at noon for rest et day and evening. h-a- 5 t, V Good W. O. Jones stands i- m coil racts. To be sure the department stores Mrs. Lou VVlitaber, an aged,tell vou lhat if their oods are PERSONAL woman livmg near tiie fair grounds not satJsfactory you can return A. H. Hamlin has been on sick anaTcred ujstrokeof paralysis Mon them. Sure But you have to Mcoad-ciati. mail umtter. aji Dl ! - ist Mrs. J. K Griftin is on sick Jist, Omc-Chesnut is in from Clove- land, on a visit. it.'i.i. n,ir,n nvPr from his licua bcho. 1 Sunday. " in County Clerk Bowman London Monday on business. Atty J. a. Owens is in Har Ian couuty for a tew weeks on r . I lasiness. J. P. Dees the Livingston tele phone magnate was in town Monday. John Lur is now located in the Post CiEce Department at Washington, D C. Miss Ethel Asbill. stenographer, has returned from a visit to her mother at Borea. Mrs T J. Nicely after some days illness reported at Red Cross headquarters for Service Wednesday. W. J. Sparks was very sick a few days the first of the week and is still confined to his room, Lut very much better. Mr. Robert Fenzel. of Stan- fore , was up Sunaay to ste h s Uan, Matthew, 2nd trick operator st depot, and hi BcW daughter. d Jones has retui.td 10 his telegraph job on C & O between Ashland and Cincinnati after a pleasant visit to home folks here Mrs. Mary E Williams, aged 72 has knitted for the Red Cios-1- 0 pairs socks. 5 sweaters, 3 pairs wristlets and 2 scans, ami aDl has t revived sufficient to speak or take any nourishment. Boreing, with Signal Max Com-- . GreMivilie. S ft , writes tin ltre1iosj letter to his uncle '.shua Boreing, this county, ad- that his company had reen ordered to Leon Springs, Texas. J. M. Craig, who bought a half interest in the Dave Thompson farm near Lancaster, will move to the farm in the early spring. Mr L'raiy is one of oui best and most progressive cirzens, and we shall regret to loose him fiotu our number. Mr and Mrs S B. HeKsnste came up from Stanford Sunday ;o see Mrs McKenzte's brother Jones Hiatt Fish, who is home for a few days on furlough. Mrs. McKenzie and children remained over a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. d--- The American branch of the Red Cross is under the patronage and protection of the Federal government The organization universally known throughout is the world as being of transcend-an- t importance Engineers will be put in the field a soon as weather permits for surveying, making estimates beeto, of the gap in tween Livingston and Parker's Branch, so as to get the construction started at earliest possible Dixie-Boone If. Pennington, Chairman, Federal Fuel Committee. The writer stopped between trains a few days since. Founu ham sandwiches at restaurant that had sure enough ham in them and pies that had a crust instead of tough leather excuses as is found in some hash found rN vm n KNOX , r r a cries yours truly has patronized the not far distant past. Mondav, n pay express or freight both ways and you decide to keep them. If your home merchants' goods are not satisfactory you can take them back and it costs dftte. served as closing day. gererally obthroughout the county was THIS IS A STORE For busy people who want to be waited on promptly and served courteously and given full money's worth for money spent a store that means to give the same attention whether the purchase is large or small a store always ready to take back goods and hand back money with no cross looks. We want you to judge this store by its services, not by its promises "Doing is the great thing.ff The sword carried in the war of the eo's by Capt. Jack Maret, a brother of Alvah Maret and an uncle of Mrs. J. Fish, is on exhi vou nothing. bitiou in window of Fish's store. The Somerset Hoard of Educa- The lettering on blade near hilt tion has very wisely decided to shows: "Ames Mfg Co., 1851." have school on Saturdays or six On the opposite side appears: oavs a week, in order to shorten 'TT b a r v the term, while the Jefferson A lawyer will give you five Couuty Board of Education closed minutes of advice on any one the public schools this week in topic, and charge vou $5 for it. ordt r to save coal and will make An editor will give you advice up the time by extension of the on a hundred different topics school term in June. and charge you only 5 cents for For the information of some it. And very often 5 cents givwho are not posted it would be en to an editor will save $5 given well to understand that the Local to a lawyer. Board, the chairman of the Fuel Some few places which were affected bv the order failed to comply. Upon the whole, however, our people were glad to do anything that would help bring about the relief of those in distress and suffering as the tesult of the eoal shortage With us the coal supply is purely a local proposition, plenty for home consumption, but none to ship away, at war prices, and no reason for shipping any in. From a coal standpoint, no other place could bs more fortunate than Mt. Vernon. But that is not the question, regardless of conditions or the good it may do Fish. Dr. Grover C. Price and family, of Judson, Ind., were here a Sunday. Due volunteered his service to our government last summer it, order 1o avoid the draft qnd was recently corn missioned a First Lieutenant and is now in trainirg at Ft Ogel few-hour-s and F ed Committees have the powers of Federal officers and Uncle Sam expeets them to be respected according! v, and the orders issued by them be strictly observed. The Red Cross people, the Y. M. C A's, the housekeepers, merchants, business and professional men, farmers, and in fact al'ofthe Rockcastle people are doing their bit, and then some in wi frrpe. Ot. Miss Mary Bradley has re signed her plVce in the High school to accept a much better place in one of the schools in Pittsburg:. Penn. She leaves to day. Miss Virginia Bradley will fill the great movement toward her place un'il permanent ar rangments for filling the vacan is still a'nittin. Miss Martha Sparks is at home this week, on account of the cbool which she is attending in Louisville, being closed down be cause of the coal shortage. Our old road pioneer has been reassigned to Clark county for 1918, in highway Inspection work to which place he will return in cy can be made Jones Hiatt Kish is home from Camp Green, Charlotte, N C, for a few days with his parents near town. Joites left here nearauction. Please come in and setly five years ago and has been WarTime Menu tle and save this trouble and ranching in California until last Domestic Science mi'? the war. Rockcastle people are usually up with the proftssion in lines of endeavor for progress and seldom lays in the rear. Notice: To all that are owing me on accounts or notes, who havj not made a payment within the last twelve montha, are earnestly requested to come in and If not settled within a sett'e reas nable time I will advertise these accounts for sale at public oblige, the spirit to help and willingness to sacrifice in any move for the L. & N. passenger train No. 34 general good, brands us as to the running 4 to 5 hours late yester- kind of citizen we are. day morning left the track one STOCK PENS. mile south of Conway, this county. Engineer Price and Fire Farmers, business men and man Pieper were seriously others have long .siuce realized but no others hurt. Five the importance of stock pens in coaches and one engine left the Mt. Vernon. The time has come track, while two coaches and the when the person who has a of stock to sell should be front engine remained on track. The track was cleared and trat able to sell that stock at home fiic was resumed in a few hours. instead of having to drive same to Stanford, Richmond or some Many Road Construction other point. A number of farmpeople, who don't understand ers have already expressed an road building conditions have and on next Monday grown impatient eve? what they interest immediately after the adjourn consider the slowness iu the con ment of the War Conncil meetst! uction of the highways thru ing, there will be held a short Rockcastle. Road building is a conference to which all who are slow process under any condiinterested are invited to stay tions and considering the labor and take part. Mr. Farmer if supply and other delays from you want to realise full valve on causes requiring time to remove, your stuff, help in the starting good progress has been made of this stock market, and get and in the opinion of old road yourself the difference which the builders there is uo room for middle man makes, off of the complaint over apparent delays or sheep, hogs, in-juri- few-hea- a)Jt3E32 - 3"'&S sFflFTfcTrifsTlW " ; B4aPBBnnnBBnnnnnBnBBnW ,'lPfcMiaJ-- l a1 anTl JnlffS,j4anT Ia-5THE CASH STORE I cattle whatever Miss Culver, you may have to sell, or save Dr. M. K. August whn he enlisted day. in the Jonas McKenzie. A meeting of the stockholders U. S Engineering Cerps. He will leave for Camp Graen Sun- of the Mt Vernon Fair Asscia-tio- the early spring. Court House in Mt. Vernon, Ky.. Lawrence has the thanks Jack LOCAL at 2 p. m. Februaay 1st, 1918 of the writer for half bushel of lor the purpose of electing officers The guest were:-DelNapEconomize, the best is always and directors for the year which were recenth apples 19 18. ier, Anaa McDowell, Louise resurrected from the cold Cold cheapest. Trade at Fish's. and for the transaction of any Landrum, Mary Elizabeth Lawground, yum um. O'Bryan Overalls are the best business that may come up at rence, Margaret Fish, Florida Elmer Perciful has a letter in the long run. All sizes in the that time All stockholders are Horton, Mattie Pitman, Mary earnestly requested to be present Saylor, from his brother, Bradley in best grade at Fish's Ruthella Henderson, Cleveland, Ohio, stating he had at this meeting. Dorothy Albright. War conditions have put a stop C. D Sutton, Pres. just married a young lad7 from to Mrs. Neighbor running in to K ttention is called to the proKnoxville, Tenn. They will live Local Board, con.-ist-s of Dr fessional card of Judge L borrow a cupful of sugar. W. in Cleveland. A G. Lovell, C. H. Frith and Bethuram, which appears in this Engineer. J. R JohnDivision Henry Smith, a well known Dr. Walker Owens, who have Depart-men- a issue of this paper. Heretofore son of State Highway Orlando citisen, whose health given their undivided attention the card has been run in the firm was here a few days since was precarious for some years. to the work putting forth streu name'of Eethurum A Lewis. The is now holding down a position from Pineville in road interests. uous efforts to faithfally discharge firm by mutual consent of the with the L & N. bridge carpenFor Sale One Thirty horse the duties and obligations to the members has been dissolved, ters. The open air has done won oower Boiler and Engine in good boys and our country in the se Judge Lewis withdrawing from ders for him. lection of those who are sent to the firm to take up his condition. duties as S. T. Proctor. U. G. Raker, who has been do our fighting. Our lawyers County Attorney. Judge Be have rendered good service in asquite sick for past week or more. TF. thurum will continue in the prac tully recovered, came out sisting in;tillingoul questionnaries tice of his profession, the not Don't fail to see Marguerite and other it is unto his store Wednesday mornit-accommodations. necessary for this paper to call in Miss Geo Washington, His host of friend were pleased 'lark Drop in, (men folks included), attention to his ability to handle Fiv Reel Pictures, at Boone Way to see him so tir on the road to at Red Cross headquarters and business for the people, as he is Opera House Saturday, Janurecovery. see the six sewing machines well known, both personally and ary 26th. Cashier A. M. Hiatt of Citizers running at the same time, while professionally, to the people of The revival at the Baptist cutting out garment patterns and this county and throughout Bank was up from Brodhead the yesterday and like his neighbors Church at Brodhead has been other useful work is in progress state. gave a good report of the activi- called eff for an indefinite period, 'Do the ladies carry on conversa War Council Important. I ties of his hustling and progres- bectuse of the severe weather tions while at work?' "Well is of great importance that a conditions. sive town. Says there is somesome, the it doesn't interfere or large number of Rockcastle s thing doing in real estate line all Read the article of R F Spence, delay the work," is the reply be present at the meeting the time. county agent. By the way he is given to those whose curiosity called tc convene at the Court Mrs. E. R. Gentry spent two also one of Uncle Sam's men and had been aroused to the point of House on Monday, Jan. 38th, at or three days in Winchester last should receive attention when he making the inquiry. 1 P. If . A number of vital week lecturing the city schools speaks or writes. Federal Food Administrator, wil! be brought before the in her line of work which she is Dr. M. Pennington deserves mush Council for aetion thereon, among The professional man who successfully carrying out. Mrs buys of an order houe an d a credit for his activities in the them the preparation for a big Gentry will have Lexington as merchant who has his printing various branches of organizations corn crop; seed corn that will headquarters hereafter. done out of town belongs to the for National Defense. The doc- germinate; an increased producMeshack Gentry is in for a vistor works diligently and con- tion of meat; labor to produce same lodge same degree. it to bis family. He is working scientiously in any position he the crop; plans for saving everyFederal Food Administrator is called upon to fill or aid in thing produced and for Coal Co , at Twila, Harlan other means county, mining town. The own Rev. H. T. Young is chairman pushiug along. While he is known whereby the farmer (and others) ers of Jthit property have been of the Federal 'Food Committee as chairman of the Fael Com- - can helD the crovernmAnf. nH offered a million dollars (less too and is attentively looking after mittee, he gives his time and en - 'the government can helo them cents) for their holdings, but the and carrying out the duties of ergias in the various lines of Come to this War Council and ofier has been turned down. the position. war duties. bring yonr neighbors. ora g is called to be held at the teacher at Langdon Memorial school entertained at the Model Cottage on last Thursday evening the girls of the seventh grade cooking class, with a sweetless, meatless, wheatless, eatless dinner. the cost of having to drive your stock 30 or 40 miles to a market, and then often have to sell at a reduced price or drive back home at a heavy cost. A home market will save the difference in the and put that difference man's pocket who has something to sell. It means much to the producer and the support of the farmer is all lhat is needed to Be make the move a success here next Monday, your presence and support is needed. Meeting will be held in Court house immediately after the ad journment of the War Council. DENTIST Pennington WILL NOT BE AT UNTIL BRODHEAD JAN. 28th THURSDAY The weather and business affairs prevents his being there on Monday, January 28th as advertised. Don't overlook the seed eorn question. mil fK.vW nv JST?' 4UK The Doctor will be in Mt. Vcrnonr February Uth &2J ROUND TRIP the Lamp Oil th it ; Saves Eyes PENSACQIA,FLA. Timber WANTED Hickory, Oak aid Per- citi-izen- Nothlag is man important in tk noma than atast, shtaif Ugh. Inaar his by ftttlnf the oil that barms clear and atean withaot a Sicker down to the last draw. ranaaylT ania crude oU refined to aerfectloa. Costa ne atare Shaa the inferiar (nnkiracon oOa-- MT MOR CY-c- art WOSK aaree area. Tow dealer hM SOLITI OIL in Barrels direct from our werka. Feb. 7 to 11 Limitsd to February 22 $24.85 IV. ACCOUNT Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexin Stop, Ky. afwaxran. Fa. We WU the celebrated Auto Oik L. & - R. R. simmon Logs A Blocks, alse Hickory and White Oak Hired Spokea. for arkaa cad an or write sub-ject- a "So Carb1- MARDI GRAS For Sale or trade to small farm one 5 room house and three lots In Mt .Vernon. Call on or address, 3t J. Gbntry, Mt. Vernon, Ky. A. Limit may be extended to March u. Can be made by N. depositing ticket at L city ticket office not later than February 22nd and payment of fee olQ$i.oo. Feb 8 Turner. Day&Woolworth Handle Co. London, Kentucky Jan i8,tf C ASTORIA FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR. A CA8T.O Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR OMldren Or roa FLETCHER; sfsT 5.50 . m issues TAIOT 13 BE m trace mm COMMEND WAR LOUISVILLE Every One of Them Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the 1 V SCHOOLS Security League Will vc:y uill'J Why U.S. "k. b a! t.zr and Wiist Win. rf-n- ADMINISTRATION Nation Wide Approval of National Security League's Reo'ution Indorsing Work cf C :n jress. rniiQiED iniiDMAi Daily By Mail al 99 ev. (t i Sunday) and hlii iOikiiUU u kyiiui i m IH ?m.n js ..!- Qi r i i 1 H - ..: 4 - a iA Your Hone Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. An Excel lent Combination or to ! Babseription orders at tlii combined rate maybe peal to the offioa of the SIGNAL Q V. OOX, - tne Courier-Journa- l agent. sttBBscs:m A liTZ&Z COMPLKTE LINK OF O SCHOOL TABLETS STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES ALL B 8 TA i' I- - K PAT E N TS TArMLAC o D A VINOL EM O BRING IS YOUS PRESCRIPTIONS Us U ?rM Yeu, ? uses MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST R. H. KT. VCftflOa. KY 'Phone 39 ji r. iTTX -- 4 3 T Handy Kitchen Utensils fJWk. FTS&'i. v ,' v - y-- jt that save t ime and labor aud do the wor k better, are quite our varied and complete stock of Hardware. w e have everything lor kitchen use in the line of PoU, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brushes, Knives, MeatChop- j ers, etc , anci a gooa many little articles that we are showing are recently intro ouced novelties that should be in your home. 'Ofr" J ."'' J j -. An encouraging relief in thee AsV'-oAKre a charges of dislyaKy and criticlsn fecal ree:tt' , t cuy of daioy Sty, sot o.' hjaihy na ignorance te- of public officials fa supplied by th st 1 '..;f v o.: of the la ustiy ssolio-nNational Security League in a ieume t'.T-s- tt nirf at once the Me--- of resolutions commendatory of th t&M ; it.B jf the war and i work of the Special War Congress, th Vh.s of Ahi'ti aism, th " e ii i y baa President, the Cabinet and the Counan e.T.rt of wMe scope to cil of National Defense passed by hi the r patriotic trade aasccistlons, chambers of com ala c' Um cou- - try. The League merce and other commercial bodies in crary educational In evcy str.'e in the Union to all parts of tiia country. This action ' to t'' L'r-'.- tr aa. o eacii school by nonpartisan organizations, repreas a pert senting practically every branch o! ...r Mr. cr ber , instruc-.j. eae9 teyli actual trach-n;being ve chDdrtn In the reasons for business in the United States, is of taken in response to their circulariza-tioUfa e? en rr entering the war, the by the Security League following r at the duty of esecc c prv eltl: e to some serylce the pasfiase cf a resolution along the. same lines by Us Managing Corimit-teea Wpr r! o America's cauae. The indorsement of the acts of TIw Seartty Leagnei aScrt to i'ruc'l'1'! ir. lrr the vxrlous ftgeadM of the national 'i!Ty ih:.! toward the iisgre3sive to ti j p ' "! ehllirea of the faml granuiMB! 1 thro-s- h hemes, Is and eQtient prosecution of the war in them fate resume " ecofaete4 h terlec o letters eluded in the Security League's Dakota, cornea from Texas. North v j Mra e :;f to il 'he state Those who have in mind the Hm Montana practically every state in rii.'.endcn c of the Union and from organizations welfare and protection of any rlKnsasI ecuntv rapcjrtecaacV V of ranging from the Illinois Grain DealTt9 soldier in the service, will National cunfry n ers' Association and the Chambers be interested to learn that they .eho! " of evp"'- city In to rt r 2 ' 0 !nhs' '.'ar.. The Lesi ie :.a Leather Association Sault the Ste. Marie, may apply for of Commerce of and pay the t er.d the etf fa.i r Vatrs Mich., and Port Arthur, Texas. In al " .ort rf ib on the new War Risk premium The Security Lea,Ties T.p yr :,"ln:t! r',!s ftfl inp them t commercial bodies reads: letter to the Insurance for the soldier who tkOiltlM the'. rive tfce ed'.i'-- : t:' "The Managing Committee of the o'rr.rt in pitting thia patrl National Security League has passed has not already applied for a .l'.l tcabtoc 'no the following resolution, to which we policy jbecause he feels financi Patrlot:sm." ally unable to carry it. Hlfher invite your special attention: The I-- yrr'e n' the League's Idea "Keen Appreciation. Lodges. Sunday Schools, Col esprevaacl fn the letters to th 'Resolved, That we urge the lege fraternities, Employees of d!:rs .r;':ng their support: branches of the National Security "Thi spirit wih which our nr League and all public bodies to express stores and shops, Firms having '.?ht abroad depends very large! to Congress a keen sense of apprecia- employees in the service, rela :pen the spirit of the American pe' tion of the splendid constructive work tives. individuals even entirely) lf snd 'ha unity of Congre3ional sm done by our senators and representa of the soldiers family or ."rt In uhoM'.ng the ffOTPrnmon lives in enacting legislation to pro outside Victory will be achieyed a'l the m,r acquaintance, wealthy men, too fide for the effective conduct of the ;peed!'.y aid cer?inly If there Is i war. old to otherwise do their bit, his country a 6trong and enthuslae' " 'And be It further resolved, Tha are arranging to pay on policies 'fcrfiuient for the war. Thl. can Is we point out that the remarkable roste1! by n??iing It plain to the pe record of Congress in this regard lot soldiers who have allotted .le why we are at war an-- tHe neve together with the wonderful wor their pay to dependents. ity of victory. being done by the President am! "The teacher fa a powerful factor' The simplest way is to advise Cabinet ard Council of National De reserving national liberty and hoc fen.se is such as to merit the gratitude the soldier to apply for the full To set the facta before the childre jf the pub'c and in fact of all liberty $lo,ooo, and to enclose to him a in plain and easily undprstood lar loving peoples throughout tDe world guare will unquestionably result 1 heck for the first mouthly prein--- j It la but fair that opportunity be taket 'be message being carried tnto tV o fully convey to them these sent! tu, pavable to the Bureau of 'ones of the people and. through ments of the American peopie. Tho. Var Risk Insurance, Treasury base-lear anderstaDdlng who know their work will be inspire cftM I a higher patriotism exmp!e af tk ir e.?F department, Washington, D. C, "y the .teTeloped." tcJling the soldier that vou will ial representatives to render ti.e irc The h8iiri.'rMon of this sst mexu-- e of individual eiTort an. tend the subsequent monthly was determined by the Executiv unicy o The Bjaattty eacriiice. Commi'tee of the Security League b imyments, direct. The monthly reader d fa servic that h?s cause it reJ'z" that the bet way t ' :ew Bion'hs r'urir. rise rates on a Jio.ooo policy, protect-n- g overennae faclHtcrcwec and ignorane t i.Hp.ir'. ragatrwfaaa a! ft tj lin- -. dependents in event of death, as well as dlsloval'T. was through eleti iw btetory.' v.nders'anding of th rlear aatioral tha or the sol Ik-- in rase of his be"Xipdly perryit at to reasons for the war. It wa fe :t thf pproral y yur rgaalaatiM of tbV coming totally and permanently mere denunciation of disloyalty w resoiti'.Ion Wi..ia be a d.btinct publl disabled, are as follows: iot 8B:fivier:f. service at ti.:s tiiae nhen the govern Tbi RjseHt'cn. MONTFILY ment and every one allied vith It GE deserve th1 ein"rc;.t support an The cVtmKl League's resolutk? PREMIUM of all citizene. Will yoi starting this campaign reads at fo' fo 00 pasae lr your betf? 21, 22 or 23 nform h of lows: 6 60 - are nw wased nc or 25 or s ' '?r uortion?" af ii.is 24 "Wher rc !,'hS. J. Siix.il. iiu'nager of tfee Chambe-o6 70 on'y by arsfaa, bat r.lo en:ire pe 26 or 27 Comm":ce of Lewfa'own, Mont pies, and It is the spirit of the peep' 28 $6 80 writes that he bftn the League wi' ' fh AIKs4 ntio s wl Icj must wl 6 90 "pTace reeoltloa where it will d 29 or 30 ictor's w lc;k with grave conccr most good." 'he upon ite !!ged seditious Tievs 7 00 31 r a menace to t 'ta'n teac'-ierAnother way is to app'y thru "res of our men In the army an t'.ie n'erace Involved tn the n-n-f O ); r- '.' i . -- ! '?;' Inan-.r;c- V . r:'j:?i jv's.-'lcUcn- n This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. ff legaMLaattjaiinra'.kr-LAHg'.Taa- n -- mV r ad "Watch Us Grow par-ticul- ar Trr-ot- '"- yrgra 'v th WAR INSURANCE -- h.-v- eduf-a(Icn- . BENNETT ME8f- 0SCHOOL LONDON, KY. Second Tent O FIVE SCHOOLS 8- -1 Sl'.r.f-:Tlt"nn- te j L mnil "t nl pi Jnu 2. 1918 AUK MAINTAINED: '. I. MODjfiL SCHOOL Work overs first eight grades. Thorough training for High School. Provide pkacticb teaching for Normal students. II. HIGH SCHOOL j and vocational courses. Our graduates admitted to all leading colleges without examination. llT"sCHOOL OF MUSIC PilrTo violia (all stringed instruments), voice, public sckool masio, all wind instruments, etc., taught. A large baad, an orchestra, glee club, etc., maintained. College preparatory IV. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ment positions. Bookkeeping. shorthand, typewriting, and all allied subjects taujrht. Special courses preparing for Govern- NOUMAL SCHOOL i p!e-ad!- a County and Stte Certificates and ter a titate Diploma Students may enter at any time but the soouer the better. For full information, rate., etc., writs, Courses preparing, for : ca-npa- THE PRINCIPAL, LONDON, KY. n-- i bu r 000O 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, We business woman. the shall he glad to initiate people into details of keeping a checking account. 1 wide-awak- e m iii nec-an- te t;s aavy; " rti Mt. Vernon, c. c. rrv Opoosite Court House I'nns Br t'.wi cf set partfaajla 4 9aeb.tr or raCertfag u:cn the va? najority of our teachers who ar oyal a'id Datrlotfe. we urge upon th ?rNird of EJaea'ioa cf the City of Ne vork. and in fact of ail cities, to re move from their ench'ni? staffs forth with aay teacher who Is proven not t be inpoortir the conduct of the ws nd not u"ho'dirg the federal goveir tent w'th ftbwohitc royalty; "Hesoivfi. That, as a narional n; eess'.ty and og a war naaaara. we ca1 np'sn evury Bcad of Education, ard F"hoel commute n pu a thp rrl.:i'um of tb "lliwlMi. Tvat. w'tho'it preludgln LUSITANIA EiEDAL i 43f-rfk- . tafttcn the fict' showinr crby we are at war with Gar many, the dtuger of fai'ure to and the (".t? of every Araer can c aatpwrt '.' e cnluct of the wa loyally and by service." each day's a"!-n ry choc's vihiut f '"el y. 3 a ri't o MITTEL-EURQP- A I I" GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON the Bureau of War Risk Insur ince, Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky , for $io,0oo insurance as the sold-iragent, first having procured ironi him authorization in wrung as such agent, and sending check for the first monthly payment. Of the many plans for materially helping the cause and at the same time our boys who are to do the real fighting, ihis is one of the best and most practical. It leaves the loved ones at home well protected in the event of the soldiers death or severe injury. His mind is free to do the serious work be fore him. He will go out to bat. t'e, relieved of the dread that his family may become an object of charity, and with a purpose to stay and se it through, tr re turn only when his task is ac"Kultur" complished and th and the Teutonic stain on civilization and Christianity exist" no more. s m WE WILL BB GLAD TO TASK YOWIt ORDER FOR THE NRW LIBERTY LOAM BONDS. The Bankjof MfvVernon l I tOOO aaa OOOfl Li i ran m UfHDErlTAKES eAfJLtAfi r AxjLUaenvTlBayMpw i ()UF linCOf UCh C'Mketli is unexcelio Hand-made offins furnisheci H.irse seni to all parts of SCHOOL TEN FACTS: Eight well trained teachers in literary department, essM eegw the County. The exemplar of the metal atrack by the Germaas in commemoration of the sinking of Daily Devotional Exercises in each room. Moral town. Real "School Spirit." THE SPHERB OF INFLUENCE, NOV. 1. 1117. (Tfe black porUon skowe Prussia aa4 the abided portioa lands aew uhJer Pruistac domtBaUoa) PUUSSTAN the Lusitanla. above reproduced, fa in the possession of Dr. Henry Van Dyke, of Princeton. N. J., former Minister from the United States to Holland. It was obtsfaed for aha by an A meter (ikui anMoaary directly from Germany la 1911 High d e a 1 8 . Free tuition to countv graduates and teachers doing High School work. Good board can be secured at 50 cents per i Literary Band, Cherie work. S cie ti e s . cast6ria For Infants and Childrea In Us For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of 2& - lilr your lirurK st. v itl be snt by luaii on il. 'iiwf-mii- l bottloistvo months' atment wul hc!..i i 6uia to this anil other hi ior ti.':mtr.ai Qttve Strui V. U'. Pr. ti. &o;j iimil. C.T druggiU- .- Adv- .. -L. o. re-k-t- day and up. Second Term Begins Jan. Fr CJ- -. Irt.-.E- 21, 1918. Principal. .frl vtv a J feQ run iwO ftcar(Micnl BeM : ' ..." .1. tiwr information, write, D. H. LYON, Mvyjkjlte r, :. .. .JJ tn liiaicus. and m hndall irrwtr'JlRiitiss of tlm kidneys cyvlH 9 ,iai L. l'iMTinvb!er. dissolves rraveLcnreawenK laine Vu2ks, rtseoma- Texas Wonder eures kldny and i bv F. J Chenev & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces et the System One Hundred Dollars reward is offered 'for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for cir- There is more Catarrh in this section of the coaatry thaa all other diseases put together, and fot years it was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incnrable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional con ditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. SOX, 94-S M I . VERNON, KY. $jc yyapcypGaycyc j s GBAiVVILUB OWENS UNDERTAKER j Brodhead COMPLETE ! LINK Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail- - Telegraph or Telephone' liorders Promptly Pilled ; Ky culars and testimonals. it. t' lii prteteji, an - F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75. Hall's Family Pills for yd&yC&X&X& -- P5IUT j icjoag n FA3D I lpaI;-- T 13 FADED