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VERNON, shall not have been in vain for, from over every hilltop and plain in this great and good land of ours, shall be wafted to you this one glad refrain : star-spangled ESTABLISHFB i3HnRk Sl Zm H Hi IB tad af ' 'JB V J887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, BMtPWWWi FEBRUARY 8 1918 NUMBER 20 FIRST PRIZE ARTICLE On Food Conservation, MT. VEKNON FY I1KJH SCHOOL Viss Mary Langfo d of America, Housewives cease your work for a moment and listen! Is it possible that From Mother even yet, a full realization of Writes rtir not dawned upon' j--, the fact has lyr L Wednesday There were on board some of vou. that victory for rrOITl WaSIlingtOnr 2179 American officers and sol- us in this great and world- D K F I X I) S Y. M. C. A. sddiers, 113 of whom were lost. wide war depends, to a great measure, upon your skill to There Jwere 97 others lost who Editor Mt. Vernon Signal: economize and upon your Mother For some time I have beenjwere Passengers and members to conserve iood in mimes We are still confined to our noticing through your paper a of the crew. John Noe, a son of your Can you not ;i10.0u k.it fmre kM ho. ww uai i uv.io uul uiiiif,.- !. discussion as to the work of .Noe, who see that altho' airplanes, gun to liven up a bit today. the Y. M. C. A., between Rev. Mr. and Mrs T. N belongs to No 6 of the Wisconsin and One of the Y. II. C. A. men all other inventiors of modern managed to get by the gurrds Jones, of Livingston, and our detachment is supposed to have Attorney, E. R. warfare arc playing a great with a load of books, boxing Gentry. been aboard the ill fated ship. Dart, l!if the part you ore to gloves and stationery for us In behalf of Mr. Gentry and The submarine which sank the pl.--v is the greatest one of all? this morning. the people of Rockcastle coun-- 1 Tnscania was also sent to the We entered this war to down It Am afraid, however, we T"t flint LI1C V J. U1L IU V, UIClL the rrael hind of Germanism won't get much benefit from af. C. A. does atcitC permit card bottom, which furnishes some not md to restore peace and free- the books for awhile, as we plaving and pool rooms in the little oit of consolation. dom to all oppressed and raf- got to the gloves first, and Army tering people. Kothing shor there's not much pleasure in son I Y. M. C. A's. The rea- DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. make this statement is U. S. Public Service Reserve of that can satisfy us. but no irving to read through a nuffy. I am in the army and am nation can hope to accomplish black eye. There's one fellow that Y. af. C. A. nearly every Federal State Director Universipuiftora in such a strujrele in the crowd who's eyes are in the As for cigarette smok- ty of Kentucky. day. ri hont food to msintam the in good condition, but he ing the boys do smoke cigLexington, Ky. physical strength of Ws fight- doesn't go around boasting arettes but that is something ing men. Knowing this, and nbout it. for the very simple Advertisement. knowing too. that we must no' reason that he finds conversa- they would do if thev were out U. i Government must have C. A. onlv furnish ourselves with tion of any sort rather difficult, of the army. The Y. M. cigar- men for .shipbuilding. however, give It needs food but ur allies its well esr having lost three of his front ettes away doesn't boys to the and try mechanics, riveters, ironworkers, yo'i before God prove unfaith- teeth at the very beginning of to get them to smoke, they inpainters, blacksmiths and car ful to the trast that is poers hostilities. stead try to keep the boys penters. Standard wages paid, and thourhtlessly act the enSince the qusrantine has emy t rd roar government? been on. paper has been so from smoking. I don't know Rev. Jones, housing furnished, transportaOnr p.llies are no asking ns to in our barracks that it who is using the columns of tion from a distance. Register ish them food without h taken the place of money your paper to discuss such a with Dr. M. Pennington, Mt. price. They have the monev in isour business transactions question but at any rate I wish Vernon, Ky. to pay for it. That is not the one sheet of paper being val- to say question! Food is what they ued at from three to seven Signal to every reader of the that he certainly does The remains of Mr L. S. Jones w nl and FOOD is what they cents. One guv shot crap? not know what he is talking who died at the home of his son. must have. Then it is for nearly all day last Sunday to about when he talks about the Dr. Lewis Jones at Stanford t conserve in everv wav get paper enough to write Y. M. C. A. in order to be able to home and tell his mother how Monday were brought here Wed'it meet their needs. Perhaps you much he was enjoying Billy fordsIsa the Y. M. C. A. that af- nesday for burial. The deceased place for Church, Sunthink you sre doing your best Sunday's sermons. day School and Praver Meet- married Mis- - Georgia Williams, but stop, think again! Could Sunday has finished a ing. It is the Y. M. C. A. that oldest daughter of the late J. J. you not. in some wav nlnn your revival, and is starting keeps stationery for we boys in Williams and who preceded him menus so as to save iuat a lit- in for four weeks more of the writing home to our mothers tle more Tod each time? same. and our friends. It is the Y. to the grave only a few months. WHEAT is one of the Two sons. Dr Jones, of Stan You asked in your last let- M. that sells principal foods whVh you ter what the local Red Cross the C. A. and has a stamps to ford and Kenyon Jones of Jackwritwent to conserve. While onr Workers have been doing for ing boys for us to nice on. In write table sonville, Fla , and two daughters Hies sre not accustomed to us. and I'll begin by saying fact we could not get along Mrs. Griffith and Miss Fan Jones heavy breads such as thosr that they've done enough for without the Y. If. C. A. and if l, rye rvd us boys to entitle everyone of Bro. Body made from Jones wfll donate about of Middlesdoro survive.Judge was and buckwheat, we can easd-thri- them to a pair of wings. Dur- $500.00 to the Y. If. C. A. and taken to the home cf opn them and why no4 ing the two weeks we spent in then go v;sit the Y. M. C. A.'s Mrs L. W. Bethurum where begin to do so NOW and save the open, near Ft. Myer. Va.. at Louisville and at Camp Tay-- 1 short services were conducted by whe't flour? Resides corn- - ' the Red Cross workers erected r, I am sure he would change the Rtv. Bruce of Stanford and which md is a product-shinment loc n tent on the grounds, in which his mind as to what the Y. M. Rev. H T. Young Burial took and they served hot drinks, ham C. A. is doing. FreshnoM in bewould reach our soldier boyf sandwiches and buttered toast If Bro. Jones was a Chap- place in Elmwood cemetery and our allies yonder in "N- - at all hours of the dny and lain in the army he would side the wife, who passed into Mn's Land" in a mro or les night. Everv few minutes of then appreciate the Y. M. C. the great beyond only a short Stale condition. Certainlv that he time between two o'clock A. for he could know just what time ago. is not the k'nd of food you ind daylight you could he?r a nice place it is to his want to send to those brave ome rookie roll out of his sermons from, and I preachthat Notick: If those who owe think men who bve made untold blankets, knock his shoes loose this discussion should be Graded School and Town tax do sa'r'fices and have gone to the from the frozen ground, turn brought to a close and that battle's front to fight for the them upside down to get rid of Bro. Jones should do what Mr. not settle by Feb. 20 , I am safety and freedom of us all. the snow accumulated in them, Gentry has done sacrifice instructed to make levies to setwhen bv a little forethought climb into them and j?o scur- leaving his home and his wife tle these tax. If you do not and skdl on your part you can rying off through the dark for and give his services to go take want the extra cost now is your send them something better. If the Red Cross tent, where he charge of a Y. M. C. A. Bro. time to pay. The taxes must you are serving biscuits to was always sure of a warm Jones, however, could serve as be collected. your family two or three time? meal and a warm welcome. It a Chaplain. P. D. Debokd. per day. cut it down to a was the Red Cross that started In closing I wish to say that Collector. least once per day. Then if the Congressional Investiga- if anybody does not believe you have cold biscuits left tion that resulted in the elim- what I have said in this item, over. do not bv any means cas ination of a lot of "red tape" that if they care to investigate ROCKCAbTLE FISCAL COURT them into the garbage pail and placed us in comfortable they will find it to be true. It appearing that the financial Fvery time you throw away quarters. Since coming here Very truly, condition of Roclccastle County is ONE biscuit yon are depriving we have received excellent Lewis M. Miller, such that the exact indebtedness some hungry French woma" treatment at all times. The Co. H., 149th Infantry of the county is not known, and meal, for many of Government is certainlv doing of an entire are existing upon only its part by us and the Red them this court not desiring to take the three pieces of bread per da v. Cross looks after our social inresponsibility for financial acts of With very little butter, a de- terests and makes it possible the former administration, and for lightful toast could be made for the man in uniform to be t lejmroose of satisfying ourselves from the cold biscuits which welcomed into the best homes as to the exact financial condition some cooks persist in throw- of the city. Only a few days Rockcastle sends 33 men as of the ing aside as useless and would ago we were all provided with counjy as well as to inform thus serve as bread for anoth- sweaters and wristlets furnish- the last increment of the call the people of the exact financial er meal. Then you readily see ed by the local chapter. One of first draft. condition of the county, the Counwhat has been saved. day out of each week we send The Red Cross ladies have ty Court Clerk is now ordered and Again every newspaper and our clothing to the Y. M. C. A. magazine throughout our land building and Red Cross mem- completed 100 hospitals suits directed to made a repor to this today is full of information bers attend to our patching There is no let up in the activi- court of the amount of claims al concerning food conversation. nd mending. I notice consid ties of our local chapter in the lowtd by the preceding adminisYou can have no possible trou erable criticism of the Red good work. tration during four years, ble in finding good and tested Cross methods in some of the with a report of all vouch, rec;pes for war breads and dif- dailies. I don't know how outNOTICE. ers issued thereon and all other ferent kinds of substitutes siders view their work, but I All oersons indebted to me evidences of debits and credits as which vou can use and save do know that the Red Cross will please call and settle their wheat flour. The Home Dem- and the Y. M. C. A. mean account at once, either by cash shown by the records of his office. onstration agents provided for more to the members of the He is also directed to advertise in by the government are ready Service than any other organi- or note, This means you if you the paper and call on all claimants owe me. and willing to assist you in ev- zations in existence. against the county to at once preery way possible, and do not J. S. Rowe. The last time I heard from sent their claims, and if vouchers hesitate to seek them for infor- George Payne he was one hun- 3t. mation and demonstrations. dred twenty-fiv- e have been issued to thm to nro. miles out at A meeting of stockholders of seot copies thereof. Let the "Hoover" card which sea. The Clerk you are displaying in your Mt. Vernon Fair Assn. is called is directed to call on the Don't know at what moment rnnt window not be merely an emp- we'll be shipped out, or where to be held at 1 o'clock p. m. (to- Attorney for assistance, and he ty formality of your patriotism we'll go. morrow) Feb. at but let the pledge behind it J. M. Humble, a fellow who'Mt. Vernon t 9th the court house will also employ such clerical and purpose of'emert asaifltanr aho r,H mean exactly what it should to came from Kentucky with me Do everything in your you. power to uphold the dear old transferred to a training camp x9i anJ to transact any other necessary.- a- - -- " ..... umi.u UIO lo flag the flag so nobly plan- at Newport News. Don't know business necessary. port at the next term of this court ned by woman's hands and the just what line of work he takes C. D. Sutton. the second Tuesday in April. symbol of all that we hold up, but am sure he will make President. s. F. Bowman Attest: nearest and dearest to our good. His wife lives at Brod-heaThen, eventually, hearts. You may know her. The buckwheat crop in Rock- County Court Gferk. when this great and terrible Don't have time to write eastle, last year was more than The baby of Mr. and' war has ended, and peace f' some ?5.ooo Robt Co, has bee, v.r. again comes to rule the world, about aHuncareStoPrLd your efforts and your sacrifices thia time. Am well aatisfied uua"cia oeinK tne output. Tt -- with my work and have no biggest corn crop of her history John. Was produced. Mere and better Next time you write be sure lades Df live stock raised; more . ... . . and include the name of the earning none man ever rjeiore camp, like this: both by families and canning JOHN L. LAIR, banner "And the clubs. Considerable portion of 5th Fla., Ave., N. E. waves, In triumph fellLL. Camp Meigs of the free the credit for above conditions is O'er the land Washington, D. C. And the home of the brave." due county agent R. F. BpeBOQ whose tireless activities during thepast three years re bring O pj pJ , lug splendid results. wv e .i " Camp complaint whatever. . i Thrift will Win the War Mr. Farmer, Mrs. Housewife, Mr. Dick, Tom and Harry, Thrift is the watch-wor- d of the day. Get in line with the times Trade at Baker's Blue Front and save monev. ! tj nlS LAIR LEWIS MILLER Writes Shelby J"f JTSSJ D.C. kite-hen- - v sub-p-,..,.;,- ,.- trench-fifrhtin- g, . ex-Coun- ty i SUGAR per lb. .08c HARDWARE, Many other Bargains in GROCERIES, FRUITS, J. I ..--.- t- - Saddles, Paints, Wallpaper etc. MY HARNESS TINWARE, CHINA WARE, Wo PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST The BLUE FRONT Opposite the COURT HOUSE S2ESE3S3233iaZS: F B aker SALE I u pos-sibl- e four-week- 's Re-rron- 'r WILL ON - friday,MAR011st,1918 OFFER FOR SALE to th highest bidder, my farm of about 100 acres, I mile east of lit. Vernon, aid Icoawa as th Miller Farm. This farm has a good resident and outbuildings, und:r wire fence, and well g watered by three springs. Hxsover 8D3p:ach and apple trees, all bearing, is lo:atdoi Dixie-Sja- n: Htghvif and an ideal place for any one desiring to engag: extensively in fruit and sto:k raising. SECOND TRACT, known as the old ADAMS FARM, near No. I Tunnel. About 60 acres, practically all under cultivation, never-failin- corn-mea- ve well watered and fenced will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, one on Riekaoad Street, 90 feel front, 2S5 fet deep, good barn and water. SKOOND LOT on Main Street, kuowu at Sam Davi lot. between C. C. Williams and Friu Krueer, 0 feet front, running back to Old Main Stieat 1 I WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: ONE STALLION, REX PEAVINE,JR 154 ONE JACK, Black and White Points, known Tom Brown Jack. as the hands high and the sire of many ADDITIONAL LOCALS 5 "I "I 4 "I 2 good colt. old Males, broke to work, Black Horse, nine years old, Bay Mare. 6 years old, Geldings, 4 years old. yearling mules. Bay Mare, 2 years old, Mowing Machine, MeCormick, 1 Disc Harrow, 1 Hill Side Plow, 1 A Harrow, 1 3 "I Milch Cows, 2 year-olds, 2 2 30 Yearlings, Sucking Calf, neat f 1 Two-Hor- fig. Wagoi, FARMING IMPLEMENTS: e 1 Spring Wagon, 75 bbls. Corn. 250 Bales Hay. to-geth- er Sale of everything will take place en the Miller Farm, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. SALE Farms and lots will be sold one third cash, balance ia three equal payments of one, two and three years, and bearing interest from date. Live Stock will be sold on a credit of 6 months with approved surety and bearing legal interest from date nntil paid. TERMS OF RGfONEs, Auctioneer, W. A. McKENZIE, MT. VERNON, KY. J j- j d. 7t ?? the statt than three daye later INDIGESTION. GETTING RID OF COLDS. on. Take a fed doses of Chamber The easiest and quickest way Iain's Tablets as directed for in. to get rid of a cold is to take digestion, and yea will soon for STAY RIGHT Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. BE RIGHT get about your stomach troables. BY Try it. KEEPING RIGHT fully proven. No matter what ON remedy you use, however, care must be taken not to contract a II ME. .SexSpeSfcx-second cold before you have re Ypu can do thia ay to E. W. ETHURUft covered from the first one, and O there is serio ATTVKfWY AT lAW THE JCWSUKR MT.TSBMOM, BV. or older Do your Will jractice ia all tke coarta. eterinbgd : MOORE -- It i bet- - Offic ea Church Streak -- - 25I BH ,. "-- - mT ' M .VtftMrt SiGNAL i . Austria lets the "tail iiold loose," wh ch she is evidently anxious to. and probably will do KiD.r, Ftb 8, 1918 the Kaiser's remains will be a '.' j . ... subject for tie fertiliser taclor, mfiiisJkt d t9t y Ft iday by the possibly the manufacturers may reject the subject as beinj. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. of too low a grade to he node us fClirTWW ONB VKAR $I.O of in that usetul material. If lihh chap rates maae known on ter of Revelations some people fa'iirtising application are led to believe the present world war will hae reacht a climax at the end of forty two MKMBKR OP months from its beginniug. Read KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION It for yourself. is being from the public schools in ousted a number of cities and states of our country. This is as it should be. There is no reason, in thin After reading the j the bill and the case has not boon settled and stands just so and even the grouud bog does not know even to this day which But always is the lawful day. even fir bick that the memo rv of inn 11 runneth not to the Contrary, thai among former generations the 14th of February ha' always b?oa counted as the ad. vent o" tie ground hog. We d' not believe that even the groun-boknows which day to cale. bra-e- . -- Walter Nicelev and Port-neMink are at heme for a few days from Hattiesburg These bos are looking good and The German language First one inir pas' i4o yiars Washington's 1 77 7 i;7S when forces wintered at Valley-ForgTh" mxt bad spell was that of ik; i, when winter set in early in December. Snov fol h snow so swittly, until the couutrj is said to have been covered ea the level to a depth of live leek The Ohio and its ti 1:. fit's froze aolid ,rd blizzard. followed e teaching the abomi The three worst winters dur country, forof Kaiser the demon. lingo nable A Kentucky evangelist says the Kaiser and his miliiarists will spend their eternity in hell But that doeso't help now. The present task is to win the war. I It is claimed U-bo- ats that the German are being sunk as fast as made. The Kaiserites den it but the latter are suh liars their denial cuts no ice. his forecast. We would be glad Red Cross Notes. to get on" as lightly am possible in Miss Sprowle, a member of this snow business. Dr. M. Pennington, of Mt. Vernon, was here Langdon Memorial faculty made is- rinins" the substantial contribution or Saturday, TIip dnet-nU. S. in $5 00 to the Red Cross for the nil he can to help the fke struggle for democracy and reason that her work was such to help our boys in the trenches. that she was prevented helping He has been a faithful worker in do any sewing. he Red Cro.-- in which old Kock-jastl- e The ladies will not sew next made such a good show Tuesday at Red Cross headquar ing; the Y. M. C. A. in which ters. but on Wednesday expect ur county can boast of doing so to finish all garments for which well, and the War Council, a new thev have cloth They will have organization in our country in something over too suits to ship which he is taking an active next week- part. He is in the fuel departMy store house FOR RkNT: ment and is doing bis part there. satisfied Judge L W. in Neith Livingston. One of the of Mt. Vernon, was here f we all could do as much as the a in the town. Call as Attorney in some cases in locter has done and is doing it best stands Jude Webbs couit. Well it is vvould hasten the doom of the on or address, Sue Mullins Mrs. just one thing after another is Caiser, and the doctor's name Livingston, Ky. Two should go down iu history as a he way the world cvags Feb. 8- -3 1 weeks ago we had such a true friend to his country and a we could not write and bitter enemy .0 the Kaiser. Henry Henzman sold his this week we stuck a large splin farm for $500 to Peasley A good portion of the 1917 ter in our hand aud which caused Singleton and will move to Pulasit to swell to twice its normal eorn crop is vet in the shock or j ki county. n the stndino; stalk in field size but what is the use to grumble when we turn back and think We what poor Job suffered. make the best of our afflictions and go ahead, knowing that life 13 not all easy sailiug and every bitter has its sweet. We under--tat,- d r -s Doesn't It Seem loe Bad! X After the hard winter we have had and all of us looking r forward to the pretty spring days when the hens will be and the gobblers a' strut-ti- n' doesnft it seem awful that the wholt world is at war, a'-caclc- Kn' art-we- ll Wont we be glad when its over? our boys safe at home and every one happy again? It seems thof our lives are built X ser-finge- r Mar-etbur- g on a struggle friction and strife are part of the scheme of our existence and war is the fearful price we have to pay for liberty, We are into it with Ger- many and its either our lives or the Huns and if there is going to be any killing done we want to be the ones to do it. But you can't write a German to death but vou can everlastingly Thrift Stamp the stuffinf out of him. Children Cry for Fletcher's tssij'fVa. Travel ceased I vi h the tirst n and was not resumed until Isolation was complete Neighbors wh.j lived barely a mile apart could only communi-calby the blowing of horns or waving of rags to show they were still among the living V ,!. froze up and melted snow was made use of. A sudden thaw in March spring ft r. f 4 Wk vT3 j and Mrs r'red (Jottongim and child reti have returned from East Bernstadt, after a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. Dave The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of Parker, who has been on sicU and has been made under his per- list for a few days is much im sonal supervision since its infancy. proved. W. M. Poynter, who rb0OTvC .Allow nn nn in Hpcpivp vnn in tKic has been sick all winter is bet" are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " ter. W. H. Cottengim is in At nor will not excuse a man for Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of over Caused nmcli destruction by taking the life of his fe'dow man Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Many lives !anta, Ga., this week on busi lowing streams If every thing works like it I were lost in the snows others ness George Griffin, who has has started whiskey and all in- been second trick operator at Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, froze in their cabins The i9i7 Sinks, has been given the agency toxicating drinks will soon be Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 18 cold spell is still with us. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its to banished from the United States at East Bernstadt and weut age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has s and the many children that has Thk secret service department his new position Tuesday. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Edd Quinn, cried for bread on account et of our country is a wonderful Icy Mann and Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising ly organized institution, which of Paris, have been with friend s whiskey will cry no more. No therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Mrs. Ab Wolf more families will be ruined on today is doing jireat things for here this week the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. the (iovernment. Seciet service is very low at this writing. We its account and a great deal of is certainly the proper desig have learned that Squire LeeAr crime which is caused by whis-e- y will be blotted out. We will nation for this arm of the Gov-ci- nold is on sick list and has been GENUINE ALWAYS meat, inasmuch as 01. e s" f r quite a while. Mr. and Mrs. have no more drunkards dreams. Bears the Signature of Orel service man, or wnmun, i W. hive returned from When whskey pases from the in tiia States not Lebanon, where they went to vis- confines of the United iown to another peace and good will, will Be of work; each working inde it Mr and Mrs. J D CatHa, his then Dav.d Spivey pendent of the other and report parents P. E. Druinmond is reign supreme. our weather man at this place direct to heauqti .nt is at Wash aw at home and is slowly im ing on. They do the 'ferreting.' proving Mrs John Renner, liv predicts that we will have six more snows, but we are thinking and are unknown to civil or ing near town, died Saturday. outside of Wash-mi- .' She had been in poor health for if sending a committee to Dav on The Kind You Have Always Bought It is probable there i vears. -- She was a sister to Squire to wait on him and see if we THK CENTAUR COMCANV. NEW VORK CITY, one or more .ecret ervice agents J. L. Arnold and Mrs Emim. cant have a smaller number for in every county and county seat Jones Besides a husband, broth- tie could have been mistaken in in the United States, so tin er and sister, she leaves seven had "better children four girls and three treasonable talkers watch out or Uucle Sam will get boys and a host of friends t. you. mourn her death. She was laid to rest Sunday at the family The Government has lately burying ground near Livingston been tightening the screens upon to h wait the call of her master alien enemies in the United States We also learn that the husband IXZ2X2 i as well as American citizens is very low and not expected to slackers and those who make live W. A Rice, who was shot false represents t ions relative by O N. Johnson, at Paris, Ky., to government and army officers, last week died January 3lst. Tax-Payercamp conditions etc. It behooves He was the son of Mr. and Mrs this class of people to keep their C. He H. Rice of this toujpm properly bridled or ex was born in Cincinnati, Ohio 37 pi et tiouble frc m the authorities years ago and the family moved Every civil officer in the country to Lincoln county, and from there .n ha directed to report any to Rockcastle county and later seditious or treasonable talk and to Livingston where the family unjust criticism regarding our has resided ever since The de government, sad private citizens ceased was married to Miss Mar are expected to do t::e same gie Tate, of Bond, Jackson counEd Walton, of the Interior Jour-ria- l, ty, seven months ago. He was the "cheapest and best,'; is a member et the Baptist church outdoing himself in the get up of and a Mason. Besides a wife, he thai good piper; surpassing leaves father and mother, on' even his past record of producing sister, four brothers aud a host one of the most readable local of friends and relatives to mourn Saturday, February 16 papers m our old Commonwealth. his death. He was laid to rest It is more than likely he has Sunday in the eemeterv at Stan February 16 Saturday, (long ago), adopted the Pinker-to- ford with Masonic honors. The detective agency motto, "We bereaved family has the sympa Saturday, February never sleep," and evidently.from thy of the entire communitv. results attained, is carrying out We would say to his grief strickSaturday, February en companion weep not: that slogan Altho there is a vacant chair and Wednesday, February 27 Hkvry Ford of "tin lizzie" a loving voice is stilled fame has converted a big per And a vacant place in the home Wednesday, February tion of his Detroit plant into that never can be filled, manufacturing for turning out But there is a promise to those March Saturday, great numbers of vessels to be that die in the Lord, used in destroying the undersea They are taken home to Glory 9 Saturday, March Alcorn Mill, John of the Germans. Henry to reap their reward. is not doing a "little" bit but a According to the belief of big one which is believed will some folks ground hog day is aid in hastening the end of Please meet me and settle as I owe this money and have to gone and if all places was like unholv cause. I this, he never saw his shadow. have it. my final settlement and have to pay this The German army are discov W. A. Warren gives a good ver money over. I have said before I and a poor ering an inkling of the lying sion of ground hog day. He I do not ability of their lord and master claims at a session of the Legis- pay them for you to have to leavy on you- - If years ago a bill the Kaiser who has been leading lature several you pay I will be bound to leavy, so take warning and save them in darkness as to the pres- was presented and passed called ence of American forces in the Ground Hog bill, changing your costs and me trouble. France. Our boys, in late Ight ground hog day from February ing in the battle fields have 14th to the 2nd of February. Af plainly demonstrated to r tne 0111 was passed it was legions the ground hoe that Uncle Sams there on the erounds wit approved f Rockcastle County. of 'em a' goods, and more t LIVINGSTON Mr. e that the trial of O. N. Johnson is set for today for shooting Walter Ri?e, which later caused his death. We have heard that Johnson was drunk but being drunk does not license one man to kill another We have not learned the particulars but from what we can gather he did it without a cause. The idea of beiug drunk does not (Wec1-ieday) wj HXtevf V C. 1 df SAVE THE DIFFERENCE 6 7s?jtr AT Just-as-go- od DRUMMOND'S TWO (2) STORES What is CASTOR A Mes-dame- The First State Bnk -. CASTORIA OF LIVINGSTON, KY., With a Capital of $ 15,000 has taken every precaution to safeguard its DEPOSITORS and Stockholders by joining the Kentucky Bankers Association, by securing a modern burgular-prosafe, by securing Burgular and Hold-u- p Insurance on it's valu ables and by bonding it's responsible officers and it offers YOU all of the accommodations of a sound banking institution. of 1 G-tlin- , 1 1 J y0&&u Fed-uthoriti- es -- In Uss For Over 30 Years 2X O i TI papa s g E pl-c- e. To the of Careful attention given to both small and large accounts and courtesy to all 1 Rockcastle County: L M. DAVIS, W. M. COITONGIM, Vice-Presid- President ent Meet me or one of my deputies at the following places prepared to settle your tax for 1917 and all back years. WITHER C. c. c. Mcpherson, cashier S KifcSf"! ww y lave ,- n ts BRODHEAD. WILDIE, LIVINGSTON, CONWAY, DISPUTANTA. MULLINS STATION, ORLANDO, R. am making 23 23 27 2 Wil-helm- 's As am man canft want don't ,CA MULLINS, in Jackson county most of the week J.T. has been running ties Robarts to Livins'on during the recent tide. Dennis, the little son of Ben Mullins is Terr Mck Edd Robertson will mve his f i y . i Fred Multo Woodbine soon. lins was in Mt Vernon Saturthe Lamp Oil th it day. The recent tide in Rck- r.yes castle river is said to be liirgcst! Xhin U mora important - u. in 8 years. The infant sou of elr inik a-aCTi- ..S rmmmut-.i Jas. Howard is very sick Eli it "V: v. -- u. rr.'T' ""? ?P. . im. rcunea to pcrteetlo. of Dayton, Onie, has Hampton, Com. be aor. thutk tafenor moved bis family to this place Mrs. Jones Durham is very sick. Dr. Webb is the attending phyChas. C. Stoll Oil Co. sician. Uhas. A. Allen, who has , H (Kington. Kv been in Hamilton at work for arWanwi. Pa, some time is with home folks. -- ' Wseell th. celebrated "No Cf Auto OU. The continued cold spell has 1 J the roads blocked with ice that it is almost impossible to travel them in this part. Jones Allen, Important. Write your Sen- nas been at wor at Boston ator B. C wno -- ta .n d Station has been with homefolks tive Fred Cornelius, Prankfott ter a rew aavs. request them to support House bills No 162, 163 and 331 relative to road laws which will prove vastly beneacial to the mouo-tain- s. For Infants and Children tt-t1 E. Mullins was mi ; brro2?orL J 1 ru CASTORIA In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of &&& Pn IN I jiiOWo TrirlCUGH CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCWI'S FOR V MT.VLRNON SIGNAL The quietndo of Ml Vernon on Mondays now about averages Mt. Vkrnon Ky. Feb 8. 1918 up with Sundays. The batd boys are getting up ' "Mo. 7 along nicelv even if old winter (, 3 wmt toComm one with SIGNAL has tried to Knock idem out Ravenwood reports good attendance at Sunday School, numbering as many as I40 at times. The Boone Way man will at tend the convmtion of County revarnisbt. Engineers at Newport on FebruSparks Crusher near town ary i3th, 14th and 15th. continues to run in spite of the Among those from a distance, weather. at the burial of L. S. Jones, which Bring your produce to Drum- took place in Elmwcod, here Wedmond's store. Highest cash nesday, were Mrs. J. A. Rice, price paid. Mrs. Robert Bruce, Jack Beas-ley- , Good roads are attracting the Rev. Bruce, Mr and Mrs. coun- Louis Jones, Stanford; Dr. J. M. attention of our neighbor ties to the fact that Kockcastle Williams, Pans; Miss Fannie is a good farming and stock Jones, Mr. and Mrs B-- Griffith, raising territory where good Middlesbore; Kenvon Jones, Jacklands dent run in prices from sonville, Fla. $150 to $3C0 per acre as in counThe Food Administration at ties north of us, but can be Washington has issued orders bought at very reasonable figures; that hotels and restaurants to lands which pay the cultivator limit their allowance of bread to well for his tillage and where two ounces of wheat bread and cost of live stock raising can be four ounces of corn bread. carried on at much less rate than Stock Pens. At a meeting of in maay Kentucky counties. some of Rockcastle's leading Writing from University of public spirited citizens held at Oklahoma at Norman, Hon. R. the court house on Friday last, an C. Terrell, late Kentucky Com- agreement was reacht to hold missioner Public Koads, now another meeting at the same with highway department, State place on tomorrow, Saturday of Oklahoma, has the following February 9th for the purpose of to sav relative to our home road organizing an association looking man: "Allow sae to congratulate to the erection of a sales stock you upon your new title. It is pen and necessary buildings and that honor which you have long appurtenances thereto, at Mt. merited and which your numer Vernou. A good number of ous friends are glad to see you shares of stock was subscribed receive. Your self sacrificing for at the meeting. Par value work in behalf of good roads in of shares was placed at ten dolt ie mountains of Kentucky will lars p.T share. make your name immortal in the The value to Rockcastle to be heirts and minds of the people derived from the establishment you have served. aMd the title of such an enterprise is great is only the expression from tbe and the benefits many. It would Governor on behalf of the citienable live stock raisers of the zens of the entire Commonwealth county, and dealers also, to bring for services which you have stock to the pens, on sales Offices in court house are 79 wi yr You will do well to attend the citizpns meeting at court house Louisvikki a. Nashville ft R Ca. Ml Vernon on Saturday, FebruTABLE. TIME ary 9th. Pm Buy for your wheatless and H uortn 3:a5 a m meatless days at Drummond's 24 tortn ii44 a and put the difference in war 23 south 12:13 am stamps. 21 South Jas. Landrum, Agent.! Dr M K Fennineton dentist, Phone No. 8. will be at the kockcastle Hotel Ky. Potrj next Monday Feb. 1th for a at the Mt Vernon, second cisaa tua.il mHtter. M few davs. 1 ikliU i B jUPl tj J 3 Prin t, Promises and PRACTICE This J ou-ra- 1 -- store will never 1 """"c ford mill representative was with tomorrow night. us Monday. The government urges us to Dr. Daniel Boone Southard sugar. We SUggeSt was up fro n Staiford, Thursday, use less sorghum and syrup. Get them loUin; well. at Drcmmoxd s. M. (Butch) McClure was here The pastor. Rev T. C. Evans, from Louisville this week to see will preach at the Brodhead his mother. Sunday Mrs Anna Miller spent from Methedist Church next Satii'dty until Mov.dav with rela- morning and evening. The Allnite Coal Co., is putting tives at I orbin. Welch hd up an oil drilling outfit near Miss Marguerite an e ljoyable visit with friends at Johnetta and will put up others Corhin the latter part of last beyond Brush Creek. PH k More houses of the better Cox and Hiatt C awford class, barns and out building Et'l were in Lexington this werk were erected in Rockcastle in taking examination for chauffeur s 1917 than for a number of past years. license. Mrs. E S. Albrght and little Nearly all branches of the ser o are boys making fair progress despite the we fc. the continued presence of old Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee king freezetn spent Monday with relatives at See Irene Fen wick and Owen Stanford. Moore in a "Conev Island Prin- rrid.l the rlpvpr Stan very low. Mrs. R A Sparks was with frict.ds at Livingston Sunday. Ei Smith, the stock buyer and Infer MM in town Wednesday. Frvd FrizVe, the Lancaster iri.snriiiict' man was here hrt of Dr. M. K Pennington, dentist, will be at the Rockcastle Hotel Mrs Sam McClure is reported next Monday Feb. nth for a PERSONAL few davs. Dr. will be M. commit the frequent folly of putting into print what we cannot put into practice. This is one virtue, at leastt which all of our advertising possesses, it never will contain a single statement that we cannot back up. That tact alone merits your confidence, and your confidence is our most valuable assets. K Pennington. dentist, at the Rockcastle next Monday Feb. few days. The brass band nth, Hotel for a iiin ' ,.... D., U'n.-Mi,.r- iw""-- "nco U, SHOES, CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS ff ..:w X That good fresh candy costs more but worth it. Dummond's. M. Lokg Service Andy Decker, a native of Rockcastle, who has lived a long time in Barbourvilie, was in Mt. Vernon last Tuesday with Irs trunks of samples. Hs recalled that his first trip as a travelir-salesman A brain Hat Co , of fcr the Swann Louisville, was made in 1883 and that Mt. Vernon was his first stopping point, at which place his first sales were made. His customers were M.J. Miller aud Mrs. Sarah Weleh. Mr. Decker has been constantly with the above firm, which was a small jobbing house in 1883. Ii has grown since those times and is today the largest manufacturer of hats and caps in the South doing double the amount of business of that of any Cincinnati their days and seeure top prices from buyers who will be here from adjoining towns ana counties to attend these sales. Local buyers will also have opportunities of getting what they are looking for without riding over the coun ty. Stock raisers realizing that the better grade of stock bring the better prices will no doubt - . cyrftpry Kir V ' 'Jw w rrSsiaic.fr ..' rjw fc. ,wyw,v-iii-?" .';--'A- -. 1 '- WWr- - t ''- -, - THE CASH STORE For Sale: I 1 Molina wagon scale. Can be be encouraged to make efforts to Pitless improve their herds by introduc- seen at Langford, Ky For any information call on T. ing better blooded animals daughter. Lucille, spent Satur- vice is represented day and Sunday with London visiting home; the relatives. coast guard, signal M. Decker, of Line Creek, tion, hospital corns, Jesse is in from Indianapolis in answer to a call from local war beard, lor examination. Misses Ruth and Julia and little Martha Landrum spent Saturdaj and Sunday with relatives at Pittsburg. Little Henry Houston Cox. son of Mr and Mrs E B. Cox has been very sick for past week. He is better at this time. bv soldiers army, navy, corps, aviaetc. SALESMEN WANTED. Each of our boys home on furTo solicit orders for lubricatlough, or otherwise dressed in ing oils, greases and paints. their natty unilorms el khaki and Salary or Commission. Address navy blue, with military bearing THE HARVEY OIL CO.. and strides look "every inch a Cleveland, O. soldier." Mrs. R. A. Beasley opened school at Ravenwood on Februconcern. ary 4th. Lessons in telegraphy Mr. Decker is tbe only travelwill be given to pupils of the ing man of those early days taking. advance classes, who desire it, that is left "on the trail". Among W H. Fish was in Lexington, without extra charge. Notice: If those who wish to those familiar faces remembered Thursday aud Friday of last week, buy a monument or tombstone Every farmer and stock raiser here were Charles and Fred having gone to take his ".ister, will see ni2 at once, I can save you in our county should be interest- Helder, George Tuck, John Cor-leMiss Julia, who is attending Wiam thinking of going John Haley, Capt. Roberts, money, as I lbur R. Smith Business College ed in the proposed stock sales of the monument business. pen. Come in and take at least Dick Chandler, Capt. Collier, out B. G. Mullins is in from West Gbo. Owens, Jeff Hufiaker, Wm. Middletown, Ohio, on a business one or more shares of stock Capt. Mt. Vernon, Ky will Bayse, Josh Adams, John Reid, Jan 25 3t la use iorovsr 40 y sari! He says snow is still two thereby distributing good trip. Notice: To all that are owing to the movement thruout the and others all of whom have Thousands of voluntary feet deep on a level in his comcounty "left the road," many of them me on accounts or notes, who letters from women, tellmunity and is drifted in some have reacht the end of the trail have not made a payment within ing of the good Cardui places to depth of 12 feet. The U. S. graud jury sitting at earnand passed over the great divide. the last twelve months, are has done them. This is C. H. White, who worked as Covington has found indictments estly requested to come in and the best proof of the value Spring ginghams 25 cts yard trick dispatcher at Ravenna for against 00 coal operators and not settled within a If settle of Cardui. It proves that a few days, has returned to his dealers in south eastern Kentuc- - during February 2O cts yard at reasonable time I will advertise Cardui is a good medicine Drummond's old job in Illinois. He came by Iky More than forty of them for sale at public these accounts lor women. and spent a few days with Mrs. are residents of Laurel county John T. Welch. Years ago, auction. Please eome in and setThere are no harmful or White and little daughter, Mae charged with having violated the when the writer was railroad tle and save this trouble and habit -- forming drugs in President's coal orders. Lillian. agent at this place, there was an oblige, Jonas McKenzie. Cardui. It is composed Brack Durham who is engaged Word has been receied in the energetic Rockcastle boy, who only of mild, medicinal at Jackson citv that Mrs. Bert Hays of often dropt into the depot to see Lost: A bunch of Kevi. Findin railroad work ingredients, with no bad sends papers telling of the high-water- s Trumbul, Nebraska, who has and learn things; the agent tak-a- c er return to Tom O'Mara and interest in bim; gave him receive reward. around that noted town been confined in a hospital at Braes has managed to keep head has tings, Neb., for four weeks first rudiments in shorthand TAKE For Salk ok exchange: For and shoulders above the tide at following an operation is slowly writing, advised his mother to a work horse a Shetland pony latest writing. improving. Mrs. Hays was form- give mm an opportunity in a two years old. T. J. Pknnington. Chester Landrum, who is em erly Miss India Williams of this Louisville business college, which she did. Within six months he ployed by an express company 'township. Her father and other For Sale One Thirty horse was given a position in the city.at at Camp Zachary Taylor says if. relatives reside in this city. power Boiler and Engine in good a small salary. He made good there are people who think Jeffersonville News. The Woman's Tonic and went gradually to higher condition. Sam is not pushirg forUncle Rev. M. G. Fish, Gus Staver-son- , places of S. T. Proctor. trust until he gained You can rely on Cardui. ward the the training of the W. A.McKenzie, H.J. Mul- the position of TF. Surely it will do for you secretary of a big boys for soldiers, they have lins, T. N. Noe, David, Jack and fertilizer company owning large done torso what as another think coming. For Sale or trade to small farm W. D. Hy singer. Will Arnold many thousands of other women! It should help. Attv. and Mrs. J. W. Brown and J. W. Parsons are among plants in various states. Later one 5 room house and three lots "I was taken sick, spent a part of last week in the progressive leaders in the he became vice president of the in Mt. Vernon. Call on or ad seemed to be ," many friends of stock pen movement and are sub- corporation. A few years since dress, Louisville. Tbe writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, he ventured out for himself and A. J. Gentry, Mrs. Brown will be glad to kno scribers for shares of stock. Some f Madison Heights, Vs. recovering twenty five names of subscribers established a plant at Columbus, 3t Mt. Vernon, Ky. that she is gradually "I got down so weak, Va Ohio, which proved a success could hardly walk . . . from the serious operation which for shares have been added since under his wise management. SALESMAN WANTED. just staggered around. she underwent some few weeks the meeting. Today he is president and genI read of Cardui, Lubricating oil, grease, specialago. and after taking one boteral manager of ths Columbus ties, paint. Part or whole time. A Utica, N. Y., paper in speak-in- g Elmer Lechleiter was here this tle, or before taking quite of the work of a Mt. Ver plant and others in different Commission based until ability is acciall, 1 felt much better. I week. Elmer is writing non boy, W. O. Jones, Execu- states, owning good blocks of established. Man with rig pretook 3 or 4 bottles st dent insurance for the Travelers that time, and was able to ferred. tive secretaay of the Committee stock in each of them. and take it from us, his energy, do my work. I take it in That bov was John T. Welch organized to clear Riverside lieflning Company. which is more than we have of Twenty, the Spring when runa brother of our townsmen R.A Cleveland, Ohio. up vice conditiors of that citv down. 1 had no appetite, ever seen in any other man, is says: "The committee of 20 as Welch and of Mrs. J. E. Vowels sad I commenced eating. getting him tbe business and the Ladies Skirts, Dark and fancy sisted by the noted detective, whose hushand establisht the It is tbe best tonic I ever "man." weight serge. Good saw. Try Cardui. W. O. Jones, of the New York Signal in i887. with the railroad medium aud $2.5o city police department, i rend- agent as its editor. J value at $2.00DRUMMON0S. LOCAL Druggists ering valuable service to this About $4,000 of war saving !. A lire stock sales pen for community and one which is and thrift stamps have been sold Do your-sprinsewing now. manifestly needed. in Rockcastle. New idea patter nsat Drummond's. will Having a home market eliminate the necessity of driving stock to adjoining towns to find a market for same, where at times disapointraent awaits the owner on account of finding an unfavorable market which might make it necessary to drive the stock back home or sell at a sacrifice. Such a local pen, as contemplated for Mt. Vernon, would be of much advantage to our people in many ways. Good roads is partly responsible for this under S. Brannaman or write C W. Melloan. 4456 Louisville Ave, Louisville, Ky. Feb. T. Myrtle St., Beverly. Mass., writes: T nave taken four bottles of Perun and I can say that it has done m a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat I recorcmend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh, I do not think I ever felt much bet-te' I am really surprised at ths i work I can do. I do not think to much praise can be said for Psruna." Those who object to liquid medW Mrs. William H. Kinchliffe, No. 20 cines can procure Psruna Tablets. I I Recommend Peruna To All Sufferers I Do Of Catarrh Net Think I 4 Ever Felt Much Bett cr .TTS r. CT ,' ZZHLT?7Z S32amMBBSSBaBBSBBBBBBBSBBBBB ETOvPxiOvvvviX? y, For Weak Women Dr. M. K. DENTIST Pennington WILL BE IN MT. VERNON Monday February 11th At Rockcastle Hotel Those desiring dental work should avail themselves of this opportuity. after-effec- ts. & I 5 Mothers 9 it-h- ... vflVmr WANTED aviiiy x Timber Hickory, Oak and Per- Vermini&e iur me umurtn A safe, old fashioned remedy for worms. veart contiau-u- t me it the best testimonial FREVS VERMIFUGE can offer you. boW lwr on haad It Kee Seventy-fiv- e ... a S3 simmon Logs fe Blocks. also Hickorv and White Oak Rived Spokes. BJ 1 rr (srksn eel mt srHss 2Sc Wk at rai dranirt't or general rtere; r if jtm driWr caa't apply reo. send Kn naine and 25c '! and you a hot-- a la itarapa aaa) inavjdy. 1 wdhckhy wil help keep the litti aea happy Turner, Day&WooIworth Handle Co, E. A S. FREY, BALTIMORE. ND. M Li London, Kentucky Jan iS.tf KsNVgJX Children Dry FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A FOR Children Cry FlETCHCrS FOR 1 7 $5.50 LOUISVILLE Commissioner s Sal Rockcastle Circuit Court 'rown Oveiall Mfg. Co., et Plaintiff? al., Commissioner's Sale m. IVW-Susan Allen, Admrx.. Defendant M r a ridge; thence W 18 poles to a stake in middle of Copper Creek road, corner to li. A. Kiddle and COM! ER-JOU- Rt AL ! of n iuIjrment and of the Rnckrastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January term ther of. 191S. in the ."hove rause I shn1! roced to offer for - sale at the HJTi f .. e noor i mt. ern-Mcoil'" public aucto the ".i'.ghest bidder, at tion on B- - rhrttt s- -i r-)- .. of 1 t T- , , Daily By Mail (Not Sunday and 1 beinr the repular Countv Court d'v for the said county, between th 3 oVnr-wit: MONDAY, FF.BPH7Y r"S, IOTP, lir,,irc nf r.VW'V n m. n'l p. m., upon a credit of six months, . following described property, to- - Charley Phillips; thence with said Aad S 45 E 18 poles to a stake in ;ame road; thence S 45 E 48 poles to a stake in the same road; thence b 20 E 48 poles to a stake in the same road; thence S 60 E 12 poles t a stake in road; thence S ;(! E 10 poles to a stake in same; thence Si 70 L 46 poles to a stake in same, where Harricane road intersects the Copper Creek road at the head of ; E .18 poles thence N co a stake in the center of the Har ricane road; thence N 38 E 9 poles to a stake; thence N 50 E 28 poles (O a stake; thence '.i 5o VV 10 poles to a stake in same road; thence N 00 W 16 poles to a stake in same; thence N 50 W 46 poles to the beginning, containing 102 acres. For the purchase price the pur- ! Every One of Them Said M "We'll Deposit Our Money with the Han-icane- f ty I r V f,-.r- .t i " . Vernon Si ixceTTent Combination ! Your Home Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. rZiSa22C 0 1917, thereof, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Commissioner's Sale court house door in lit. Vernon, Ky., Subscription orders at rhi combined rata may be to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Rockcastle Circuit Court seat to the office of the SIGNAL Plaintiff MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 S. F. Bowman being the regular County Court day Commissioner's Sale vs. (il to tM'' C'ouri.M-Journa- l agent. for the said county, between the Richard Proctor and Thula Defendants hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock Proctor ... p. m., upon a credit of six months, th" following described property, By virtue of a iudement and iXi DCHE of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit iL1 Court rendered at January 1'JIK term une tract of land located in Rockthereof, in the above cause, for the castle County, Ky., near Brodhead sum or 191.00. with interest at the and bounded and described as fol per cent, per lows: "Beginning at a of t r rate first 6 dav of January,annum from fence row southeastwardly gum in H. 1915 unti1 from the 1NE A C H I L ET K L OV nr.id, and h;s cost herem. I shall G. Howard's house, it being a corInrceeed to offer for sale at the court ner to both tracts of Howard, and house door in Mt. Vernon. Ky.. to also a corner to James H. Albright: ho highest bidder, at public auction, thence by a copy of the bond from Hutchings to Howard, N 49 W 103 on MONDAY. FEBRUARY 25. 17S poles to a stake with blazed pointers being the regular Countv Court day the old corner gone; thence S 7t W for the said countv. between tV il poles to stake with pointers ii hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock W. M. Lewis' line; thence with tw n m.. unon a credit of six months, lines of his S 37 W 41 2 th- - following described property, poles to a stake with a hickory anci A 1. 1. S TA !' h E PAT E N T S : other pointers, her two chestnut oak pointers now down; thence N 52 2 One tract of land located in Hoc poles to a stake with j castle County. Ky., on the waters cf W 42 Roundstone Creek, and bounded r hickory and other pointers on a steei fo"ows: "On the north by the land hillside, a corner also to John Ross of R. L. Holcomb: on the east by the deed, in Mrs. Lewis' line; thence O nndi of John McNew and the Lejrere Ross' line S 3G W 27 2 poles to j heirs: on the south by the lands of stake and stone pile where the blue! Garfield Clark and J. M. McNew. an1 oak corner to two of Howard's tract. I on the west by the lands of Fler stood; thence 011 with the second Parrett, containing 75 acres, more or tract S 19 W 3j 3 poles to 1 less." Or sufficient thereof to pro stake in a fence row where a ston BRING US YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS duce the sums of money so ordered is called for. but iron"; thence with to be made. Mrs. Lawrence's line S 67 EK To Please Yeii. Pleases Us For the purchase price the pur poles to a stake, a corner to chaser must execute bond, with Mrs. Lawrence and T. C. Marler surety, bearing lecal intere? now W. af. Albright; thence with the paid, and Albright line S 83 4 E 170 no!e from the day of sale, until having the force and effect of a judg- to a stake on the east side of the ( county ment. Bidders will be r.repn'-oroad to Brodhead, a come-ilscomplv promntly with these terms. to Jas. Roberts; thence his line G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Commission- N 27 2 E at 7 poles w:th the een MT. VERNON, KY 'Phone 39 er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. ter of the county road, in all 49 2 poles to the beccinnimr, containing (98 (two Commissioner's Sale acres. tracts in one) ninety-eigFor the purchase nrica the pur125.2$ T. W.Rockcnstle Circuit Court Plaintiffs chaser must exe lit' bond, with ap Reynolds. Etc proved surety, bearing !eq;al interest Commissioner's Sle vs. Defendants from the day of sale, until paid, am Etc Thos. Evans, having th force and effect of a judgBidder.-will be prepared tc Bv v'rtne o o a (ferment aT1 or ment. Rockcastle CireuU comply promntly with these terms. der of snle of the G. S. GRIFFIN, Master CommissionCourt, rendered at the January term er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. 191K. in the pbove cause. I to offer for sale at th" shall proceed Commissioner's Sale court home door in Wt Vernon, Ky. lo the h'fhost and best bidder, at that save time and labor and public auction, on Rockcastle Circuit Court tiothe werk better, are quite MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 Ed Smith Plaintiff boinr- he regular Countv Court day ' ? ... t vs. "SB j.j a feature in our varied and -v county, between th Z. R. Brock, Etc for the said Defendants complete stock of Hardware. hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock and Commissioner's Sale pi uon a cred:t of six months. Ed Smith VW Plaintiff have everything for h following described property, to vs. kitchen ese in thn line of wit: Howard Helton, Etc. Defendants One trat of land located in Rock-...,Pots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. v, on the voters Kv.. Bv virtue of :i judgment and or t e .'iiixy Brushes, Kmveo, MeatchopPkecffs Creek, and bounded as fol ler o" sale of th? Rockcastle Circui "T?inninr on a stone lows: ourt, rendered at the January t?rrr pers, etc , and a good many i whit ea'" and snotted oa1 1918. thereof, in the above consi1: little articles that we are "orner rur,ninp' S 41 W to the snot-- kited causes, for the sum of $84 r ted oak; thence R 49 W 2 noles t- with legal interest from Novembe showing are recently intro black oak. S 32 W 31 poles to a .5, 19''. P"iinsf th" defendants, 'L Ouced novelties that should white oak; B 68 W 14 poles to 9 R. Brock. Etc., and his cost herein "hestnut saplings on the road side-nd for the sum of S250. with 6 pe be in your home. 2fl E PO poles to two hickories; f cent interest from the 17th da,T or IS W 38 poles to a black oak: S IP paid, sub.iec v 07 nolrs to h;ckory: R II B 14 February, 1917. until February " Lo a credit of $50. naid R 17 E 4f roVs to a take: thence 1914, against the defendant Hotst "oles to a chestnut oak in Thos Helton, and his cost herein expended TTead's lire: W 22 E 4 no'fs to tw I shall proceed to offer for sale "hstnut oaks near a drain;a thence in Mt. Vernon stone Ky.. court house door vith said Head's line to to the highest bidder, at public Triton and Davis' corner: N 8 E KT auction, on noles to a chestnut; thence a north MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 vest direction to th horfawfag cor- bein" the retrular County Court d ner, supposed to contain 7i acres for the said county, between th the same more or less." hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock For the purchase price the pur a. m.. unon a credit of six asonthr ehwer must execute bond, with ap Lh following described property. t proved surety, bearing leml interes4 wit: from the div of sale, until paid, and e Two tracts of land located in having the force and effect of a judgCounty, Ky., and bounded as nrepared to follows: ment. Bidders will be comnlv nromotly with these terms Tract No. 1, on the waters of G. S. C.RIFFIN, Matter Commission- Renfroe's Creek, bounded on north er, Rockcastle Circuit Cout. by the l?nds of Per P'gsby and ?T 'ames Moore: on the east by the and S. Joe Commissioner's Sale lands ofSouthSmiththe landsH.ofHelton-A. C. by the Menifee and on the West by the Rockcastle Circuit Court Plaintiffs lands of John S. Belcher and James 1. H Ward. Etc Moore, containing 212 acres. s Sale Commissioner vs. Tract No. 2. Bounded on the Defendants Mamie Ward, Etc north by the lands of James Brock, By virtue of a iudjrment and or-- j on the East by the landsA.ofC.Stokes Men-feby der of sale of the Pockcastle Circuit Helton; on the South the lands of D. on the West by Court, rendered at the January term Y. Brock, and containing about 30 !l918, thereof, in the above cause. I acres. shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., theOr sufficient thereof to produce sums of money so ordered to be to the highest and best bidder, at made. public auction, on For the purchase price the purEight well trained teachers in literary departMONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 County Court day chaser must execute bond, with being the rerular ment. surety, bearing legal interest for the said county, between the from the day of sale, until paid, and hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock having the force and effect of a judgp. m., upon a credit of six months, ment. Bidders will be prepared to t: the following described property, comply promptly with these terms. S. Daily Devotional Exercises in each room. One tract of land located in Rock- G. er, GRIFFIN, Master CommissionRockcastle Circuit Court. castle County. Ky., on the waters of Roundstone Creek, and bounded as follows: "Beginning at a stake in center of county road, corner to B. A. Riddle in line of the Roundstone Land Co. survey: thence N 14 W 112 poles to a hickory stump on the bank of a branch, corner 4o same Free tuition to countv graduates and teachers to a parties; thence S 72 W doing High School work. . poplar stump, corner to sJaaenparties with hickory and black oak pointers; Good board can be secured at 50 cents per thence S 86 4 W 23 poles to a large beech, corner to B. A. Riddle day and up. and the Roundstone Land Co.; thence S 84 W 27 poles to a buckeye, cor21, 1918. Second Term Begins ner to same parties; S 61 W 42 poles NDERTAKER and EMBALMER to a small hickory, corner to same S 44 4 W 47 poles parties: thence D. H LYON. Principal. fer ether information, write. to a white oak corner to B. A. Riddle and Logan Wardlew, en top ef An 0f lonH located in Rocx- restle Ponntv. Ky., on the watr? of Crooked Creek, and bounded as fo1- of bv W': 'On tht north M. the Wnds on Mullins; William Alcorn and v,o 0st by the lands of Mary Susan Allen; on thev; south by the lands of on the west by the i. K. McCl-landi of William Alcorn and containing 50 acres." For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing lepal interest from the clr.y of sale, until paid, and having the force and effect of a judjr--pp.B;Mors will be nrepared to comnlv nromntly with these term.'. G. S. C.RIFFIN, Master Commiwion- er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. f)ne it proved surety, bearing legal interest from the day of sale, until paid, and having the force am! effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. 1.V 1 IUU.it V t V 14 IMIIIU, Vttlll l - Commissioner s Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court Charles Howard, Etc... Plaintiffs vs. Commissioner's Sale Mary E. Howard. Etc Defendants This Bank pays all your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. bv virtue et a judgment and or-- r oT sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, dc "Watch Us Grow Graded School Notes STAK KOLL FOR FIKST TERM. rr LIVINGSTON SCHOOL NOTES Q V. COX. to-wi- t: ' 3rd Oracle Nina Cox. 4tii grade Grace Bryant. 7th grade Lillian Grittin, Ira Meadows. th grade Edna Davis. 9th grade Flora Pitman, Rosa Gentry. 12th grade Rutb Landrum, FIItST TERM. William Cox, Anna SCHOOL TABLETS Verna Welch Finzel. HONON ROLL FOU STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES 1st grade Thomas Pennington, Edward Cox, Winnie Mae Debord, 35-10- 0 to-w- V TAN LAC o AND NOL i -2 1- -2 8--10 R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST H ap-nrov- d 8 ht Baker, Rosa Baker. 2nd grade Irvine Harper. 3rd grade Marguerita Merrick, Lucille Albright, Gladys Ping 4th grade Edna Proctor. 5th grade Nellie Cox. bth grade Marguerite Brvant 7th grade Reca Hysinger. 8th grade Maybeile Uuininins, Bertha Debord, Eliza Langford, Faye McClure, Hazel Parrett, Lorene Mullins, Everett Bryant, Jesse Debord, Thomas Wallen, Rissie Barnett. Nicely, Bonnie 9th grade Claud McHargue, Ruby Cooper, Dessie Nicely, Annette Cox, Tulla Owens 10th grade Marion Kincaid. Addie Smith, Willie Kinj. th grade Maggie Livesay. 11 1 The people of Kentucky go to an enormous expense to build and equip schools, employ teachers that everyone may have the benefit of an education of some kind, and with a school in reach of every family iu the State, there is no excuse for so rnanv illiterates that we hear so much talk about, but while all the children of the Local Board State are out or school more than of Rockcastle County. half of the time and more than half are out all the time, there ia CATARRH CANNOT some reason. While campaigns BE CURE are in order, cannot some kind with local applications, as th y to get these children in school disease. Catarrh Is a local diand end this illiteracy that we are sease, greatly influenced by conso ashamed of? If every pupil in stitutional conditions, and iu Livingston Graded School were in rder to cure it you must take attendance we could truthfully an Hull s remedy. internal say; we are getting along O K., Catarrh Medicine is taken inter- Due to instructions .Notice : just received from Provost Mar shal. Washington, all examina tions shall be discontinued until Men who refurther notice ceived cards to appear on Friday and Saturday of this steeh will ignore those notices as they Vtll be advised later when to appear. Only such men who may receive special notice to come before the Board will comply with said notices. hearted christian start a campaign cannot rt-ac- the seat of t or thev are, rather. 1'th grade-Sidn- ey Crawford, ; Mary Langford, Onie Silvers. Though we have not had a large number of graduates for High School at Mt. Vernon, they are all making good in life and doing their part. Below is a list of them and what earh is doing, lames E. Thompson, is in the Engineering Dept. et the regular U. !S. Army at Camp Taye lor. John Lair, in the Post Washington D. Department. C Robert McKenzie in the employment of tlu government at jerlersonville, Ind I.ogan Bry ant, in the Automobile business Mt. Vernon Ky. Homer Proctor Of-ic- Handy Kitchen Utensils i he-e- ef. the pupils can be at their places evwry day, why not all? Except attendance the Fifth month has shown by far the best work of the term. One thing among the interesting features this month is uot the bad work of the Fifth and Sixth Grades, but the very good work of the High School. The Fifth and Sixth was bad, for lo these many weeks and months the banner of excellence perched high above this rostrum in security, but they lost it fair and square not in '1492" but in this good year 19 18. Life the Kaiser, ! self-satisfie- nally and acts thru the blood on Bad weather is a very poor ex the mucous surfaces of the syscuse. If the teachers and part of tem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine prescribed by one of the oest physicians in this country for ears. It is composed of was some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best bio d purifiers. The perfect combination of the ingre lients Catarrh Medic. ne is in Hall's what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. d Seud for testimonial, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All Druggists, 75c;. Halls Family Pills ter consti- - -,- ',. k i- - rn-nt- Ma be-fve- 1 $5 Mt. Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House Rock-eastl- GRADED AND HIGH MT. VERNON SCHOOL Moral town. TEN FACTS: e: j ap-nrov- Real "icliool Spirit." Band, Chorus work. Literary Societies. High ideals. to-wi- J. C.MoCLARY a 1-- Jan. 1-- STANFORD, KY. you if you dent pay your in come tax. Congress has fixed it so that somebody must tell, whether he wants to or not. ne ectioTn of the Wa.f make their 'hash." come exaustivelv attendirg State University, LexThen too, we have, in addition. jcomprehensive m gcope re' ington, Ky. too much .hard work, The Liv-- , quires every person, without Mi Kuth Mullins, teaching ingston Dramiric Club for the exception, and every corpora- the 5th and 6ih grades in the JEinhth and Ninth Grades: a Liter tion, partnership, association, company, in vit. Vernon Graded School. nTf Club for the Fifth and S'xth. aim insurance whatever capacity acting, who Will W. Thompson, attending ilso regular lessons in sewing and rlH 5nn lift nr mnra r on State University, Lexington. Ky manual training and a systematic other person. corporation, Miss Bertha Litton, teaching course iu Free-hinDraini;, partnership, association or in Graded School, Drakesboro, of which has aroused much surance company, as interest, Ky. enthusiasm. Some changes have rent- - salaries, wages, prem-oee- n Miss Ruth Litton, teaching in made in the lower grades la lums' aVities' compensation, remuneration, emoluments, or Graded School, Diakesboro, Ky. make the school properly graded other fixed or determinable Miss Emma Taylor, working and an examination for Common, gains, profits and income, to in Post Office, Mt. Vernon. Kv. School Diplomas was held on Jan. report the name and address Walton, attending 2vs and 26 for th- - hijrher grades of the person, corporation, etc. Miss Cecilia et Pittsburg I'hero were 16 applicants. aixut to wnom tne pavnent was iog Univrs.ty made, together with amount Pittsburg Pa. 12 of whom we think have pasei of the pavment. to the Corn. Ralph W. Griffin, attending We are glad indeed, to be in missioner of Internal Revenue the midst of the cod fields in such at Washington, D. C, using a Berea College, Berea, Ky. Hiatt Crawford, Automobile a winter, but regret that so many form prescribed for the pur- of our pupils are bavin- - to miss Pose Form 1099, now to be business, Mt Vernon, Ky. collectors ", these had from allmugt be fil, Jf18The Senior Class of i9i8 con- the work and pleasure The forms aT,rl swaWMsl winter months knn sist of the following members: March 1, 1918, accompanied Honor Roll. Ruth Landrum. jby Form 1096, which is a letSecond Grade, Beulih Black Mary Langford. ter of transmittal and affidavit Third Grade. Carrie Waddle Onie Silvers. the accuracy of Fourth Grade. Kathleen Hansel. Verna Welch Finztl. Fifth Grade, Ida Clark, Geo. Ella Mae McKenzie Mullins. Jenkins. Hugh Clark, Hazel DREADFUL COUGH CURlD. Sidney Crawford. Milton Moore. " "' A sever cold is often followed Sixth Grade. Loretta Pickett, b a rouph Richard Cox. conh for Robt. Waddle. L.Ilian Hansel, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Fred Clark. Eighth Grade, Furman Jones, has proven especially valuable. HEADACHE THAT TERRIBLE Ninth Grade, Jalette Griffin, Mrs. F. W. Olsen. Marvville' Do you have periodic attacks Marie Rambo, Bertha Sum Mo., writes: "Abeut two years accompanied by mers, Elbert Jones, and ago my little boy, Jean, caught a of headache Emil Webb. severe cold and coughed dreadful sickness of the stomach or vom.ly for days. I tried a number of dull iting, a sallow skin and icouh medicines but nothine did. WHITE & CO. eyes? If so, you can get quick JOHN him any good until I gave him rjrV;?& LOUiavn.LE.KY. relief bv t'king Chamberlain's .ib.r.1 ChamherWn's Co8h Remedy. aworfnnt ' V" It relieved bw cough right away Tablets as directed for biliousad full vatuo paid '". aod t'01 he hlkd finished tak- msy be able to ,or FHrK ness, and yea ingone bottle he was 'w avoid these attacks if you observ think it just fine for children! the directions with each package. j d they thought, or pretended to think it could not be done; but they were taken wholly by surprise, their frail defenses mauled down and they were lett much like the "boy the calf run over,' now tney vow vengence on their competitors, but these vou"g as pirants are paternally ad moinshed to first 'catch their rabbit" then pation. Don't Dodge Your Income ' Tax Danville, 29. .'j1 Somebody is Kv., Jan. tell on going to ; ; in-ea- ch - . SLfjg, 3!B3r JJSa1 ilKy VvT PJStllr T --- jtHty '