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Mount Vernon signal: February 15, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918021501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 15, 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 m i fern on MT. VERNON, 11 II 11 I FEBRUARY 15. 1918 ESTABLISHFD J887- VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NUMBER 2 1 VITAL FACTS FOR EVERYBODY Citizens Big War Council Meeting at Mt. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 the people at home to keep busy and furnish necessary supplies, (for which they are paid), to Dints for all. maintain the soldiers in a high iXlisesa answer the odL your state of efficiency or fighting The nation's safet is in lability for winning this war. Our hinds. i ow. or be to DO by people should not fail them DO made the Kais-- r later. Auth mtic information! from The i ldiers ht our battles, Germany indices that the Ger-th- e farmers to fight the weeds, man soldiers are well fed the to fur uish supplies. the citizens of that empire have IbeY M. C. A., and the Red been reduced to straw bread a Cross are doing great and won- - few potatoes and beets. America, derful things for our boys, the 'the best fed nation on the globe farmers and others at home will could easily furnish our fighting d greater. forces, including the Allies, and If the eopie would lessen the still plenty at home, by curtailue el flour by one half, more ing to a small extent their suptiian 10,00 barrels per week ply of wheat, meat and fats. would be saved. If your corn crop could be Exports duriig m nth of incrtased from one third to one '917: lreadstuffs, valued half it would be an immense at $58,5' 0.000 meats j32.ooo.ooo. stride toward blacking the Kaiueu in doubt about crops ser's eye. There is no danger of our etc, dotit fail to consult or write a c umy agent R E Spence Government confiscating produce for any desired information or other supplies. This buggya by German about fertilizer, seed corn soiU, boo was started agents and spies. Everything the poultry nising etc. stock and Wheat, meat, sugar and fat Government gets from citizens will win or lose the war. Our will be paid for. From all rules provided by army should be amply supplied Fuel and F00J administrators it with these and we, at Jhome, should make out on smarter than j is demonstrated that the Govern- ment meaus to so r eg u lattfc Ice the customary quantities Self protection suggests that that Justice will be done producer bigger crops of vegetables should and consumer. The planting season will soon be raised for home consumption. be upon us. Particular study Bv observing the suggestions should be given now regarding found in this circular will prove you will de able to the an aid in preventing the necesput in and care lor. potatoes sity of you having, later on to and all kinds of vegetables. walk in a bread line. It is highly important that a . Q f.ltVlfl.fl" .ll If ,...u J , , u surplus on vegetaDies lDe raiea Son or relative in the service, for home use and local supply. krp him in mind, do your biLThe present Federal ruling rela- with willing hands, and encourage tive to the use of wheat, will your neighoor to do the same in lively remain in effect for some raising bigger crops and more time, this makes the situation of live stock. that importance which should The crisis in the world war not be overlooked but seriously considered and acted upon by is at hand. Everyone of us can aid. Dont the raising of a larger crop of imagine that because you are corn potatoes, other vegetables only on? of a huudred million and then more vegetables. that you dout count. You do On account of early frosts last count; counted upon by our pres- fall, in many states, much corn ident and country to do your failed to mature and was found bit to be sappy and unfit for seed. We have the men and money No doubt that a large quantity win the war. It only requires had the life germ killed in that WAR IT'S HERE. I j ! Dec-cuilte- r Be-r--- friend to have said twenty five hundred. Error is a great deal worse than ignorance. It is bet ter to know nothing than to know what isn't true To be beaten but not broken, to be victorious but not vain glorious, to strive and contend for the prize and win it honestly or lose it cheerfully, to lose every power in the race and yet, never to wrest an undue advantage or win an unlawful masVernon House tery; verily in all this there is training and testing of character I Sharp which searches it to the very roots, and this is a result which corn left in the shock or on is worth all its costs. Mrs W. E. standing stalk in field, by cold Gravely is visiting relatives in weather where temperature dropt Middlesboro and Virginia this week. B. T. Young was in Mt below is degrees uuder zero. It behooves our farmers to Vernon, Thursday, on business. test their seed corn right away, A great deal is being said about if your corn proves good let Food Conservation, and there is others know it, including your scarcely any one who does not think but that he has been unjustneighbors. Buy war saving stamps and ly dealt with in some respects Thrift stamps, they are baby Lib- either by nature or fortune. What erty bonds and pay a good inter- is to be done? If these individual imperfections can be remedied, est. let us strive in every legitimate Bonds enables the Government way to help ourselves. If not, to extend the protection you why not make the best of them? can't get by yourself. It is not so much our own actual It safeguards your peison and condition of like that breeds as the use that we make of your property. our opportunities. Some people It will keep the Kaiser from will be cherry and useful anyoverrunning our lands with his where under any livable c s. hordes of murderers, Others are correspoud-ingl- y assassins, and women and baby dismal. Therefore, as a killers. let us matter of any post master or banker make the best of things. Allen See and get information on Liberty Hiatt was in the Quail section, bonds. War and Thrift stamps. Wednesday and Thursday, lookInvest in them. You can begin ing after some business matters. WtM III IN OUR 9 Ed H IG ARMY but more business Court p.m. You are eligible and need not be afraid, for I am not out for "Blood" and I can save you money. See that you get Right Groceries, Fruits, Hardware, Saddles, Harness, Tinware, Enamel-war- e, China ware, Wallpaper, Paints, etc., at right prices. It is "Your Rights" other good cause. And it is about time that YOU were "enlisting" in my big army of satisfied customers get what's coming to you, "even if jou have to get in and right for it. In this day of ''High Prices'' it is up to yon to look out for ''No. buy where the buvings good. (THAT'S FRED'S PLACE.) just at important to "fight'' for your rights in buying goods H in any I' hap-pine- ss i ndi-tion- cut-throat- i Yes right opposite the COURT HOUSE in the BLUE W. F. LARD 25c Baker ON per pound FRONT on 25 cents. ' j ae.-rag- e -- Vl .jc w - 1 "-'" ii. ' j l The Government wants me- chanics to use in ship building and in other departments If you can handle tools you can be med. There is a system of registration being put in effect whereby you can register your name and etc after which you can go on the call of the Government if you wish or ou can use your own pleasure go or not go just as it suits you. Good pay assured black, Mechanics. carpenters, smiths and others who can han . . 11 Die toms are warned lor worK in shipbuilding. You can register with Dr. M. Pennington, Chrm. Rockcastle County Committee of Defense, Mt. Vernon, Ky. See the Doctor for Darticulars. 1 The Spirit of the Hour. Dedicated to theKentucky Red Cross. An order came for wheatle-days- , We had seen many such day before, And we are right in line with Uncle Sam, And willing to see some more. An order came for meatless And it disturbed us not a For we were dieted in early hood, And had long since gotten to it. days, bit, child- PUBLIC SALE I WILL friday,MARCH1st,1918 OFFER FOR SALE to the highest bidder, my farm of about J 00 acres, mile east of At. Vernon, and known as the Miller Farm. This farm has a good residence and outbuildings, under wire fence, and well watered by three never-failin- g spring His over 803 peach and apple trees, all bearing, is located on Dixle-- B 330c Highway and an ideal place for any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising. SECOND TRAC T, known as the old ADAMS FARM, near No. I Tunnel. About 60 acres, practically all under cultivation, used .. 1 An orderjjeame for sweetless days, That we eat our pies and cakes just so, This to us was nothing new, Sounded quite natural, don't you know. Citizeusof Rockcastle. Farmers, stockraisers, merchants, lawyers, An order came for heatless days, doctors, in fact all linps nf tradp in the depth of winter, bleak . ... vw.....6j wmmm well watered and fenced. quested and urged to come to Reminded us of the old log cabin, Mt Vernon on the day of this And the fire place, back in the 1 will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, one on Richmond Street, 90 feet front, 235 feet War Council meeting and be days of old. deep, good barn and water. SECOND LOT on Main Street, known as Sam Davie lot. with us in endeavoring to aid Whatever your orders may be between C. C. Williams and Fritz Krueer, 0 & front, running back to Old Main Stieet and assist the "boys over there," Uncle Sam, who are fighting our battles SELL We will gladly sacrifice what- - I that we may retain the liberty evdr we can, ONE STALLION, gained by the war of i7?6. That Freedom and Democracy mmSmmmmm vuv.vu.vi mmm iiv v and cold. WILL ALSO THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: may reign supreme, The War Council of Feb. 25th will be held in three sections, as follows : AGRICULTURAL SECTION, meets in Court House. LIVE STOCK SECTION meets in Opera House. EDUCATIONAL SECTION meets in Christian Church, at I p. m. sharp. H.T.YOUNG Fod Administrator. Throughout all this broad land. 15 It's our children we live and tight for, , REX PEAVINE.JR., ONE JACK Tom Brown Jack. And the Freedom may enjoy, that they Democracy," From a "World-wid- e Chiisteued with the blood of our boys. By hands high and the sire of many good colts. to old Mules, 5 Black Horse, nine broke old,work, years 1 "I Bay Mare, 6 years old, 4 years 2 Geldings, mules. old, yearling 4 1 Bay Mare, Black and White Points, known as the 3 "I Milch Cows, 2 year-olds, 2 2 Yearlings, Prof. J. L. Pilkenton, Brodhead, Ky. I years old, 30 Sucking Calf, head f Hogs, : FARMING IMPLEMENTS 1 1 Two-Hor-e r it BO rJ U n D Ct LJ IA H Eld. J. W. Masters, of Cor bio, is with bis brother, William Mast ers, at Gum Sulphur, this week He was here a few hours Monday oo business. Cashier A. M. Hiatt was in Pine vi lie and Harlan last week. Mrs. L B. Hilton, and little sou Master James Burner, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R Cass, here, recently. Born at homeSof Mr. and Mrs. B.T.Young, last Saturday, a lice baby boy. The youngster will answer to the name of B. T., Jr. R.L.. Smith, wno has been quite sick at his home, in the Hiatt section, is reported better. Mrs. Samuel Black, living near here, fell a few days ago, and is reported in a very serious condition However, her condi- frs a result. cannot reach the seat of the Sale'of everything will take place on the Miller Farm, beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. disease. Catarrh is a local dition is much improved from what alted position with the L,. &N. sease, greatly influenced by conantllts Wl11 De 9olc oQe third cash, balance in rm,. : ,A la lOVU UAL- VSVU jiicuuI stitutional conditions, and in it TT.13 BUI 1IISI. .VJUJ, iu XUC JJltlV JJlVtU IJ1 three equal payments of one, two and three years, and bearing interest from date. Live Stock Bill Owens at Livingston. We order to cure it you must take will be sold on a credit of 6 months with approved surety and bearing legal interest from date iast Saturday night and Monday remedy. internal night by the High School pupils suppose there is no way except to an Hall's until paid. m and others, was quite a success take this dope, but it is much Catarrh Medicine is taken interand one of the very best plays easier swallowed when it is re nally and acts thru the blood on C. fONES, the mucous surfaces of the sysgiven here by local talent. On dnced in size from twenty-fivAuctioneer. KY. MT. Monday night it was presented thousand dollars invested in Lib-an- d tem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine ! Vi I! was prescribed by one of the the proceeds given to the erty Loan Bonds to sixty two INDIGESTION. the statt than three days later Branch of the Red Cross dred. There are two things best physicians in this country GETTING RID OF COLDS. on. ears It is composed of Chapter. On Tuesday night the which every man ought to learnTake a fed doses of ChamberThe easiest and quickest way of the best tonics known. same play was presented in Mt. first, the scienr of crwh. c0l some lain's Tablets as directed for in. cold is to take Vernon and the entire proceeds end, and the most difficult,- k combined with some of the beat to get rid of a digestion, and you will soon forSTAY RIGHT v j iiu in nu The perfect donated to the Red Cross. On when to keep silence. It would M00. purifiers BE RIGHT get about yonr stomach troubles. has6been in use B preparathm BY Saturday the proceeds obtained have been much better for our combination of the ingredients for many years and its value Try it. KEEPING RIGHT Hall'S Catarrh Medicine is fully proven. No matter what will be used toward a library for friend after seeing he was beaten what produces such ON wonderful remedy you use, however, care c'We know you do to a frazzle to have kept the school. silent; results in catarrhal conditions, must be taken not tooontract a TIME. not line the dope we are giving but when one errs through ignor- - Send for testimonials, free. You can do this by having second cold before you have re- L. W. BETHURUA yon, but the doctor says you ance he really deserves and has F. CHENEY & CO., Props., covered from the first one, and J. ATTORNEY AT LAW must take it". These are the merited pity. It is said that Toledo, O. there is serious danger of this, THE JEWELER MT VBRNON, RY. words of the Deputy Police Judge, "whoever says little has little to &? or. oldeI Dc your Watch and ClOok ALman of ,idJldle All Druggists, 75c. Will practice in all the courta. Repairing the man with an Algebra educa answer for", and in this case it' Hairs Family Puis Office om Church Street 8tff Work Guaranteed ter conati- tion, the fellow who holds an ex I would have been best for our Cox Bldg. Opp. Court Houae pation. ter to Ifty in bed three days at . M. PENNINGTON, CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED. Chairman Rockcastle County Defense Committee with local applications, as they and Fuel Administrator. 1 Mowing Machine, McCorniiek, 1 Disc Harrow, Wagon, Spring Wagon, 1 Hill Side Plow, 1 A Harrow, 75 bbls. Corn. 250 Bales Hay. to ff ,- TERMS OF SVLEarms H. e W. A. MCKENZIE, VERNON. hun-Loc- - fr 1 ' , w i . m r- - i l kt iii - 3cq3C88C3lClf2 ' j J. C. MOORE I i "fL??A i"K iini shows raaouGH ftsssfesameasassseasssi lir.VM.ON SIGNAL Mj RQBS10!! OPENS I''TDAY, Feb IS, I9l8 Published every Friday by I nil! PA1CN in i.O' PULASKI n EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. gesCHIPTION ONE YHA.R Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBKR OF JUDGE TARTAR IN INTRODUCING rnn a T7rn It rM" viuk-1 ric ornrvcKr OUS ADDRESS ivilg JT A Semi-Weekly T7T-A- On Having KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Strong, Couragous Man in Congress From The (Somerset) to speeches, recently made by the Chancellors of Germany and Austria, President Wilson reiterated before ConREPLTIWO gress Monday last, the intention of the Cnited States and Allies, to continue the war until that pretended belief of the Kaiser that his forces are victorious, is smashed into smithereens and the countries of the world freed from the domination of Prussiau-ism- . Tiik loss of more than a huu died American soldier by siuk inr of the Tuscania last week b a German brings the war neater home. The sinking caused joy to the Kaiser the he reirietted greatly that two thou sand other soldiers on the vessel wieiot destroyed. The caught his from one of the convoy vessel shells which seDt it to the bottom. U-bo- at Owing to the days of miracles being past when liars and blasphemers were stricken with death for butchering truth, Kaiser Wilhelni feels secure in claiming partnership with the Lord, the he appears to look at the matter as the the Kaiser was the senior in the farm and God ttobsion, llepubli- can candidate for Congress, made his first appearance before a Pulaski audience, at the Court He made a House yesterday. profound impression, and left no doubt upon the minds of those who heard him, with regard to his availability and titness forth:? The local count) high office. food administration had arranged a program which would consume most et the day, and Judge Kob sion readily agreed to deliver his address in the forenoon. At the conclusion of the empanneling of the juries, court ;uljurntl for the big crowd to hear the candidate ter Congress. Judge R C. Tartar introduced the speaker, and in loing so he made a vigorous ad dress on the urgent necessity of having a strong, able and ccurage ous man in Congress, at this critiHe emphasized the fact cal time that loyal and devoted men should be placed on ruard in the Federal Congress, as well as on the battle fronts, I id on board the war ships Judge Tartar said that the people of this district have made jp their minds, that the time for paying political debts and grati fying sentiments is past, and tisement ) Jud'e J. M. News. lhat they are entitled to some ser vice. He called attention to tb fact that the Knox County Republicans are standing like a stone wall behind Judge Robsion, anc that this fact was announced to the world, when a few days ag' over 800 of tde best men of Bar- oourville and Knox county, on the first day of their court, endorsed He introduced his candidacy. Judge Robsion as the next Con gressman from the "Grand Olo Eleventh," and then the audience heard one of the best addresses ever delivered in Pulaski county Judge Robsion is a magnetic speaker, and he is powerful, earn est and forceful. Under the speh of his earnest appeal, the audience sat in rapt attention, over hah through the dinner hour, and at the conclusion of his address, many crowded around him to express their sympathy, and to pledge their support. Fxpress-ion- e like these were heard on every side "He looks like a Congressman, he speaks like a Congressman and he would be a real Congressman." Many utterance? of the candidate were received with hearty applause. (Adver- WBffirfll GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW OR YOU WILL BE TOO LATE treasure and made the horizon follows: Andy Baker, Plato, Pu of three long years lurid with laski County, W. S. Robins, Eci the flames of w.i r; that filled the Sextou, Mat Green, U. S. Berry, ever stretching wastes of the S. S. Purcell. John Hilton, Daw ocean's beach with the bodies of Clark, Will Hyinger, W. M. the innocent and the defenseless -- Poynter, U. O. Davis and D. M. are these the vicegerents of "Our Cress. as a side partner. A committee composed of W. Lord God, who will strive to do "Man cannot live on bread what is right and good?" They A. McKenzie, J. W. Rider and alone.'' Neither can the people are indeed Like h I they are. If. G. Fish went to Stanford of Germany live on bran alone Lexington Herald. Tuesday to examine poes there, even if a few beets extra are who will Stock Pens: There is no meeting. report at tomorrow's thrown in now and then. The Work will start at ! THE BRYANT GARAGE day et deliverance and the end longer any question whether or once getting pens in readiness of the war will no doubt occur not Alt. Vernon is to have stock as the first sale is scheduled for pens. At the meeting held last in 191S. April, which will be either the Saturday at which there were Tin: old saying, "Get acquaint- some iortv odd enthusiastic Third or Fourth Monday in that Thi fnrmot-- ove nnrtiMi rnonth ed with your neighbor. Vou may farmers and business men pres- larly enthusiastic over the move, like him,"' holds good iu the ent, lit was definitely decided and we have every reason to be- case of the County Agent. Get and all the preliminary steps,,. . acquainted with him; he can be taken toward the nrtrflni7,ition he ve that the Rockcastle Stock .... " ,aiJ"Vll tlO AWLtlLdr' 11c Pens, will prove all that the of service to you no matter how T. Vt 111 Afc wdl posted you ara in farming. Stock Pens, Incorporated with a mo-- t opto:u.Siic expect Mr. Fanner, man, pro Stock and poultry raising, etc. capital stock of $5000 and the iessionai m m or whatever ycu Likk others made by our Pres- location will be the Adams lot may be. if you are interested in ident, his speech delivered be next to railroad and just east of ioue of the greatest undertakings fore Congress last Monday was U. A. Davis' livery stible, a most jever stirted for the best interest a masterful production, which desirable spot from every stand- of the county, be at the meeting The lot was purchased was considered (f sufficient im point at court bcuse tomorrow at to end by telegram to at last Saturday's meeting. The o'clock. lrtanco all civilized countries the world officers selected are as follows: Gus Staverson, Pres , M. G. Fish. Read the article 'Vital Facts over. Vice Pres. and C. D Sutton for Rockcastle," by the County Read the article on the County secy- - lreas. 1 a ere were elected Defense Committee. It is most Agent or farm demonstrator, in eleven directors selected from important that you read and f nether column of this issue. It different parts of the county as h ed. t'.vl-- , of the big work being doi-bv this branch of service which is highly endorsed by National, State a'td county authorities. c ' bu-ines- LEVELGREEN only speaks well for them, s The school at this place closed the 2ud with a very interesting entertarnment and by the way each pupil played their part not b JKt Mothers The First State Bank 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 of but 1 their teachar. Prof. Scott as well. Mr and Mrs. Burdett Biown Are rejoicing over the arrival of their first bom, a girl. Mrs ft. C. Jones and little son, are visiting he' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams at Winchester. George ,awrence is confined to his room tfith measles Vfrs.W E Bentty f Irvine, is visi'ing her mother, virs. Mollie Hatcher. Mis Ruth Brown is with her hr. thpr, J. A Drocter, who is very sick at Crab Orchard Mrs M E Burton and little daughter, Glenda, spent ast week with her parents at Klrod. f Miss Mary Uob.-rt- s, Line Creek, is visiting her aunt, virs. James Bullock. Mr. Wm. H. Brown is very sick this week. There will be .services at Friend hip Sutmdtv n'ght and Sunday onducted by Rev. Jas Tudd Miss Ola Debord has closed her cchool at Dudley and returned home. Miss Essie Brown was the guest of her cousin, Miss Rose Gentry Satuidap night and Sunday. Miss Grace Reynolds, of Elrod, was the guest of Miss Mary Mae Lathi m the latter part of last week and attended the closing exercises of the school here last Saturday. Mr. W. J. Bebord was in Mt. Vernon Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. Chas. Brown spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Mary Brown at Walnut Grove. Mr. and Mrs. George Bray and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson last week. ernfitee For Ae Children Teort cootma I A safe, old" fashiened remedy for wonni. Seroaty-fi- v u t us ic a thr bat tMtimoBtal FREVS VERMIFUGE cm KxKMi'Ti boards of Louis ,re wrestling over the prob N Children Cry for Fletcher's S3 PMJ apply 2Sc . jt ra. atOK; Mlt 1 rw 8 at pod w ' lj row drain mmi al'l 5. ibrt or iikunp I rn MB. leu of imrenoo of men con- ed sin.' Ma, ,8 within lhe t.ve iige, aie genuine or 1. "slack, r' marriages. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made tinder his per- --rt sonal suPervision "" its Infancy. ''CGvsc Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. E. A S. FREY, BALTIMORE I m The Mountain fciclio and I.on don Sentiiel have consolidated, retaining the name of the Sen. t.titl. ' We of-e- entered false paths. CLxZ. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Mt. Vernon Fair on last Saturday, the following officers and directors were elected to put on the iyi8 txhibition, which comes the second week in ables and by bonding it's responsible officers and it offers YOU all of the accommodations of a sound banking institution. Careful attention given to both small and large accounts and courtesy to all The Lord pointed out to us by a hard school the path which we should go. The world, however, at the same time has not been on the right path. We Germans who still have ideals, should work to bring about better times We d" August, as heretofore, the dates being the 7, 8 and 9th The officers elect Pres.; C. Prof. D Directors: a-- should fifcht for right and mor ality. Our Lord God wishes us to have peace, but a peace where in the world will strive to do what is right and good." Kaiser Bill Does the international tough who made this desperate "crack" man by "Germans who still have Castor ia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, What is CASTOR I A e: D. W. A McKenzie, Sutton. V.-Pres- .; H. Lyon, Sec'y-Trea- s Gus Staverson, David Hil- Hysinger. Tom Kirby, John L. H. DAVIS, W. H. COnONGIM, Vice-Presid- Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signature of ALWAYS ton, J W. Parsons, C. C. Davis, A. H Hamlin and W. M Bullock. Special inducements will be offered the farmers to encourage farm, poultry and stock produc tion, the very thing needed at this t ime to help win the war. Premium lists will be issued early and every energy will be exerted to put on the best fair in the his President c c. Mcpherson, ent cashier Could Not Eat or Sleep Made Well By PERUNA Mr. wnuam K. Dnnr. IMS Park Ohio. ivt, Bprtocflctd. pUawr wrttM:writing Catarrh in Sad stmU 1 r mni MwOiiiii ydonafr wfart P. I For Yean for ma. rwna turn already have baea traublae with aatarrh far Can Now yaara, ana It had affected my head. noae. throat and stomach, that I could net eat ner sleep with any sat' isfaction. "I have Just taken three bottles. I can sat most anything and am greatly relieved or nervousness, so that when I lie dawn I een sleep without the least trouble. I recommend it to all heee who are ewfferera ef that dread Ml ideals," the fellows who desolat starved, beat, enslaved and murdered its men. women, and children; whe nail d b?bies to barn doors; gave her girls to lust and rape;who sought to put the dagger into the heart of France; burned her homes, despoiled her women, stole her ed Belgium, (&&&&&jUi In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always tory of the association. FOR Bought PAlNi SriOwS aao UGH I of headache accompanied by sickness of the stomach or vomiting, a sallow skin and dull eyes? if so, you can get quick relief by thing Chamberlain's Tablets as directed for biliousness, and you may be able to avoid these attacks if you observe the directions with each package, THAT TERRIBLE HEADACHE Do you have periodic attacks CASTORIA vlio LFUBS iidM 0S -- Children Ory FLETCHER'S fulrS Eat and Sleep To My urtl aft9trtm9ut a lull 'sr I'Eiirfr etiJiifciTiffi,r25 Satisfaction Theee who ehjeet to liquid modi. nresure Pensna Tablet 'i"tT AS -- ! .UM. AA.AJVM-'-1 . . I MT. VLRNON SIGNAL Verxgn Ky, Feb. up ''No 7Q" 15 want to C o m in ubI' oae with BIONAL we f 22 24 23 21 LobiaviLLC 4 Nashville R R Co. TIME TABLE. north nortn For Sale: Cedar post, suitaJones H. Fish is with his comble for vineyards and poulty pany at Camp Green, N. C. yards. Ed Fish, son of loan B Fish, 1918 J. L NlCELEY, is in the coal business at Whites-burMt. Vernon, Ky. 7 Cm Feb. 15 2t. i, xj Elmer Mize. son of Mr. and The writur had an enjoyable Mrs. Bob Mize, has been disvisit over at Dr. G B. Lawrence's charged from the army on acnear Level count of his age is now at home. Brookland Farm, Green Saturday and Sunday with LOCAL his little grandson J. J. Maret, who is living with the doctors 1 he stock sales pen is a go. family. Of course gran'pa MarOnion sets at Drummond's et thinks he is brightest and g. Cotton batting 10 cts., at Drumond's Store. For Sale One Thirty horse power Boiler and Engine in good condition. S. T. PKOCTOR. TF. NOTICE. All oersous indebted to me will please call and settle their account at once, either by cash I or note. This means you if you owe me. : fcMGMKrSj pIIBk J. S. Rowe. smartest ever. Demand the best The Boone Way Man spent a 3t. Bryant's. it44 a in south Notice: If those who owe portion of the week in Newport 12:13 a m South Dried apples. 2 lbs. for 25 cts., and Cincinnati attending the an- Graded School and Town tax do nual convention of at Drummond's Stoke. Kentuckv not settle by Feb. 20., I am Ja.8. Landrum, Agent. County Road Engineers. The instructed to make levies to setPhone No. 8. There are no more association's headquarters were at tle these tax. If you do not Kntrred at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poatoftice the Gibson House, Cincinnati's want the extra cost now is your mail matter. m heatless Mondays, leading hotel, the one which time to pay. The taxes must Wheat'ess days are not half subscribed $1000 to the fund be collected. PERSONAL commit the frequent folly of putting into P. D. DSBORD. so bad when ou use Bryant's for completing the gap of print what we cannot put into practice Collector. Mrs. W. L Richards spent the corn meal. in Laurel and Rockcastle. week in Lou.sville. AT BOONE WAY. In the Brodhead troupe, of the is one virtue, at leastt which all of Don't forget "The Battle of R A. Sparks is reported among the Ancre." at the Boone play, e On Tuesday night Feb 26, Nan, which our advertising possesses It never will conthose on tne sick list. played here Tuesday night were there wiil ba shown at the Boone night Feb. 26. Miss Ethel Azhill has been tain a single statement that we cannot Livingston Bulletin will be Misses Miranda Tate, Hallie Way a real Brittish War film, very sick, but is improving. Barnes, Bess Sproule, Lucille entitled the "Battle of the Ancre" printed Feb 25th Get you a back up. Pilkenton; Messrs. Ottis Hale, a wonderful production, of that Mrs Joe McKenzie has been copy at Drummond's store. Curtis Pollard, Roy Sowder great battle, The battle of the Very sick for the past week. tact alone merits your confidence, Mr. Joe Doan, an aged citizen Robert Cass and Shirley Adams. Ancre. The British war tanks Luth r Manis will move his of the Scaggs Creek section died Mr. J. L. Pilkenton, who drilled are shown in action. Admission and your confidence is our most valuable family back to Mt. Vernon first last week of pneumonia. the company and certainly did a 10 and is cts. of next week. assets Ladies' Amoskaeg Gingham good job of it, was in charge. Mrs. James Winstead of the Mt. Vernon, like every other Wabd section, was with friends dresses, solid colors, pink and Visitors who came wiih players town in the world, has a few peobiue,$i.5oat Drummond's Stoke. were Everett Watson, Charley ple who never see any good in here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mullins Smith, Reca Brooks and Roy any move started in the town Mrs. Matilda Cox is confined Crawford. looking to improvement. Yea, a to her bed most of the time with are rejoicing over the arrival of A Powell county man who own- little town does little things, a fine boy baby, named Jack in her hip. rheumatism ed a small farm, suddenly struck they have but little to draw Little Elva NJae Meadows has Russel. War saving stamps and Thrift it rich when oil was developed from. But the least of all these been very sick for the past few stamps, a good investment, be- on his tract, and for past two little things is the man who never days, but is now improving. years his royalties have been sees any good or lends any en Rev. Logan Owens was here sides it keeps the "boys over more than $300 per day. He couragement to the little underMonday. He says he hears much there.' bought a blue grass farm. Moved takings of his little home town. talk of bigger crops this year. Dont fail to see Marie Dora to it. Wanting to make presents The local chapter of Red Cross Miss Lucinda Hellard has re- in Oliver Twist a 5 reel picture to his family he stjgfluTft rr,MM aJBWkvz: askt what they workers are busy folks. These turned from a weeks visit with at Boone Way tomorrow night. desirtd. The son was given a ladies have ready for shipment her brother and family at Ra- 10 and I5 cts. horse and buggy; the daughter a today about one hundred pajama ven a Stimulants are getting"rcacer" piano. The wife told him that suits to be used by our wounded Tom Livesay of near Level and scacer. for which let us be inasmuch as the old ax she had soldiers and sailor boys while very low with pneu-mo- : thankful. The war (iren, is Moline For Sale: 1 The people of Brodhead, the has done cnoppea witn ter years was get- being treated in hospitals. Thiria and others troubles and some good wagon scale. Can be faculty of the school and the en ting somewhat worn and dull, she teen of these suits were made by Pitless a least. not expected to live. seen at Langford, Ky would be pleased with the pre- the Brodhead ladies. tire student body desire to ei The Wildie OBryans are the best and Mrs Margaret Taylor is reportFor any information call on T. press their appreciation to the ladies are extra good knitters. cheapest in the long run. Get sentation of a new one. ed very sick. Her daughter, The play "Light house Nan" The Livingston ladies are getting S. Brannaman or write C. W. good people of Mt Vernon, the them at O'Bryan headquarters Mrs. George Livesay has been faculty and student body of Mt. given at the Graded school started. They have ordered their Melloan, 4456 Louisville Ave, J. Fish & Son. with her for several days. Vernon school for tha courtesy Louisville, Ky. building Tuesday evening by the goods and will soon be ready A Lexington man, worth more shown our high school boys and Feb. Robert Fish made the high High school pupils of Brodhead. for work. girls and all others who took part for Rockcastle county when than $50,000, still smoketoygaj; was well presented and enthusiFords are gcing to be awful he raised I04 bushels and 40 stubs picked up wherever found, astically received by the large Hickory, Oak and PerThe pastor Rev. George Child- or assisted in any way in putting hard to get in the spring. Wont even from the gutters on the high school play. pounds of corn on an acre. We and apprec.ativ audience which you give us your order now? ress will begin a revival meetsimmon Logs & Blocks, assure you that we shall be glad What about that saed corn? greeted them. Miss Lucille PilkJohn Graves was in town Moning at Brodhead Baptist church, Bryant's Garage. also Hickorv and White day and was getting around live- Have you got any ? Will it grow? enton was the leading character Monday evening Feb. 25th. On to return the favor when an opStar Brand Shoes for school Tuesday the 26th, the Rev. H. portunity is presented. Oak Rived Spokes. ly with his crutch and walking Test it before planting thereby and deserves special mention. children at Drummond's Store. H. Wallace, pastor of the Very respectu fully, stick. He is as humorous and save possible disappointment. Ottis Hale and Miss Miranda first J L. PlLKENTOX. Lvely as ever despite his afflicTate, who played the part of Ky., Baptist church at Sturgis, Get your children interested n tt for mrkm call mm mt write 1 tions. a in baby Liberty bonds, and get Mr. and Mrs. Buzzer brought ". or t-ra will arrive and preach morning Joplin Brooks: Dr. W. T. ttesanfeair Jesse Meadows, whe has a busy yourself, if you can't pur- down the house in the closing A and evening for iO days. Brother Brooks and Miss Ella Joplin were 1 Turner, Day & Wootworth V scene. The other members of Iosition as caller in L. & N. de chase larger than war stamps Ma Wallace is a very able minister married Tuesday at the resithe company whose names appear pot, Louisville, was with home-fol- ks and thrift stamps. and we feel fortunate in getting dence of the officiating minister, Handle Co. elsewhere in this issue, did well between trains him at this time and trust the the Rev. W. E. Ellis. The bride Tuesday That canning factory for Mt. their part and demonstrated not citizens give him a good hear- for many years has taught in the Jesse is making good at his job Vernon. We understand the only fitness for the task London, Kentucky and expects to go higher. public schools and is a sister to but likeing. partie- - will make contracts with Jan iS.tf Dr. Brooks' tirst wife. Paris A. E. Albright. Mr. and Mrs Carter McDowell growers of tomatoes, beans, corn, wise proper training. Mt. Vernon folks enjoyed the evening's Cor. Lexington Herald. Church Clerk. were with Mrs McDowell's par etc before planting time. entertainment and cordially inents, Mi and Mrs. H. H. Daily Cardui, the woman's Multutn in parvo, much in vite the Brodhead folks to return over Sunday. Mr. McDowell has tonic, helped Mrs. Wilresigned as L. & N. agent at little. The war savings and often when they have something liam Eversole, of Hazel Liberty "bonds so good to offer. The proceeds Patch, Ky. Read what East Bernstadt and will ecgage thrift stamps-bab- y she writes: "I had a may appear little but my, just which amounted to something extensively in the coal business. general breaking-dow- n over $3o went to the Red Cross. E. G. Henderson came over think what'they amount to when of my health. I was in The differences existing befrom Irvine Monday night to added the country over. bed for weeks, unable to 1 had such a get up. tween the two factions of old take the Arch Chapter Sherman Chasteen who sold weakness and dizziness, degree. Mr. Henderson will be his farm in the Disputanta sec- Providence church has at last . . . and the pains were remembered as the man who tion to George Gathff, bought been brought to a clos. at the very severe. A friend did considerable drilling for oil the farm of John Scogsrin, near end of a law suit. Whether it to. d me I had tried in this county some twelve or Bromo post office and will move will be permanent or whether else, why not Cardui?.. . 1 did, and fifteen years ago. to his new farm about March 1st. it is only a temporary cessation soon saw it was helping of hostilities so to speak, is left Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Whiteme . . . After 12 bottles, "Mighty fur behird witn their for the future to tell. MADE IN MT. VERNON Elder J. I am strong and well." head, of Lewisburg Teun., are hauling," said an old fellow on L. Davis has been preaching in NOW ON THE MARKET here on a visit to the former's his return from a visit to city. this building more or less for a TAKE parents, Mr. and W. B. White- That is the situation matters are head and other Rockcastle rela- reaching in regard to farming number of years and the ditives and friends. Mr. White- conditions on account of extreme vision of the church may properly be termed a pro and anti Davis head is still manager of the wintry weather. fight A suit tiled several months Because it is fresh and clean. Lewisburg plant for the W. J. ago by the anti -- Davis element Through an unintentional over Sparks Co. Because it is pure and wholesome. sight, we failed to mention in asking for an equal division of Judge L. W. Bethurum, Dr. M. time for the use of the building Because it is ground right. Pennington, Judges. D. Lewis, last issue the death of Mrs. Cooper, age 82 years, mother of MM decided in favor of the Circuit Clerk T J. Niceley and The Woman's Tonic our townsman, J Lewis Cooper, plaintiffs. It has been a most Because it is made from Rockcastle's the Hon. E. Bullock attended bitter fight, resulting in bad Do you feel weak, dizthe big G. O. P banquet held at which occured at her home in feelings dryest, whitest and best corn. among neighbors and Jefferson City, Tenii. Mr. Cooper zy, Is your the Seelbach, Tuesday evening even relatives. It is to be hoped lack of good hearth caused A banquet on Lincoln's birthday and family attended the funeral. that the reconstruction period from any of the comhas become an annual event with The Local Board of Rockcastle is near at hand, when all the plaints so common to the G. O. P's. county has recieved instructions bitterness will cease and old women? Then why not Miss McCord and Miss Potter to furnish 30 white men to en- friends will be friends again. give Cardui a trial? K were guest at Langdon School train Feb. 25 which will complete They are good people on both should surely do lor you the deferred percentage of white sides; the west during the week. side is one of what it has done lor so Miss McCord is located near men for the first quota. Nothing the very best sections of the many thousands of other Hyden in Leslie county and is do- was said about where these men county and the prosperity and women who suffered It ing a general community work, are to go, but it is presumed that welfare of the county, morally, should help you beck to in which she is assisted by Miss they will go to Camp Taylor. religiously and commercially, health. Rowlee and others. She will cooperation. Ed Cox suggests that the demands Ask some lady friend Let us not start a school but works in poker be tagged instead of the hope that it may ,be had in the who has taken Cardui. connection public schools. She is shovel for the reason that a future. She will tell you now It ioing a great work in mat sec-- , in the hands of an Indus-tiohelped her. Try Cardui. For Rent: My and wherever she may go, fcrious woman can burn up coal in Neith Livingston. store house One of the she can always feel assured about as fast as two shovels can best stands in the town. Call AD Druggists that she has the good wishes of " mto the rate .Somle of on or address, Mt Vernon people, who cherish PuUt Mrs. Sue Mullins fond remembrance of her, tthe '"V men are suspicioned labored so faithfully among so making records along same Livingston, Ky. us for several years. line. Feb. 8- f. . P V III 5.21 p m 3:45 am meal-demand Store. Print, Promises and PRACTICE store This will never This Mcond-eiaa- e Dixie-Boon- e Way-Tuesda- y Light-hous- That SHOES, and FURNISHINGS CLOTHING be-cau- THE CASH STORE Timber WANTED le-cor- d 8-- 4T. . ."aars rm I , . . 'b-.-- .4 Helps Sick Women rfc-ya- l every-thi- ig Bryants Bolted Meal BUY IT worn-ou- t? It Costs No More and its a whole lot better Ask Your Merchant For IT per u al-wh- o -3 $5.50 LOUISVILLE Daily By Mail (Not Sunday) I Vernon Signal ivl II Your Home Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. An ExeeTTent Combination SuWription orders or to !R to the office of the SIGNAL ! at this combined rate may be C. V. COX, tnt Cnurier-Journ- a agent. I A fl K COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL TABLETS STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES ALL S TAP L E PAT E XTS V TAN LAC AND O O I To NOL PRESCRIPTIONS Us BRING US YOUR Pleaw Yiu. Pleases R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST MT. VERNON, KY. 'Phone 39 TV- - B Handy Kitchen Utensils that 7. --- save time and lab' r and ! SsTk..w . . ss. 1 M LvB fit i.f$C$a do the werk better arc niiitP fealure in our varied and We Iff'' M'-sr- l If i m have everything for m kitcheu use in the line of .fffjS pots. Pans. Kettles, Cutlery. V'" Brushes. Knives. MeatChon- pers, etc., and a good many little articles that we are showing are receutly intro duced novelties that should be in your home. Vernon, c. c. cox Opoosite Court House : J Si ..': "jE2 ooo OOO Progressive People THE value and convenience of kewise the progressive farmer; and, too, the business woman. We shall be glad to initiate people into details of keeping a cheeking account. 1 business man knows a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; wide-awak- e BE GLAD TO TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR TtrE NEW LIBERTY LOAN BONDS. WK WILL The Banfcpf Mf, Vernon JkTjOOO" m PalNI oriOWS o a ridge; thence W 18 pol to a stake in middle of Copper Creek road, corner to B. A. Riddle and Rockcastle Circuit Court Charley Phillips; thence with said Crown Overall Mfg. Co., et road S 45 E 18 poles to a stake in' Plaintiff? iame road; thence S 45 E 48 poles toil a'., Commissioner's Sale v?. 1 Stake in thp s.im rctaithonnn R 11 Mary Susan Allen, Admrx.. 20 E 48 poles to a stake in the same Defendant:- - road; thence S 60 E 12 poles to a f al.. take in road; thence S 40 E 10 f- - virtue of a inrlernent and or poles to a stake in same; thpnee S i'vr of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit 70 E 46 poles to a stake in same, Court, rendered at the January term where Harricane road intersects the thereof. 19' 3, in the above reuse is Copper Creek road at the head of of secret of the d to offer for sale at th shall pro Harricane; thence N 72 E 38 poles ;n Mt. Vernon, Ky. to a stake in court ho e door the center of the Harto thn highest bidder, at public auc- ricane road; thence N 38 E 9 poles tion on to a stake; thence N 50 E 2S poles MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 lo a stake; thence N ;() w 10 poles being the rejrular Count Court day 1)0 a StaL'P in rit'A- fVinn.o V '! )0 W 1 for thf nM county, between th Ktjiko in Qfimo-nolps to servicc sahiecI hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and I o'clock thence N 50 W 46 noles to the P. m.. upon a credit of six months ginning, containing 162 acres. II the following described property, for the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond, with apf One located in Rock- proved surety, bearing legal interest castle County. Ky., on the waters ef from the day of sale, until paid, and sat- Crooked Creek, and bounded as fol laving the force and effect of a judglow: 'On the north bv the lands of ment. Bidders will be prepared to isf William Alcorn and M. Mullins; or comply promptly with these terms. and Customers, generally, by nic. courteous treatment and bouet methods. the east by the lands of Mary Susan 3. S. GRIFFIN, Master CommissionAllen: on the south hv the lands of er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. .1. K. McClearv; on the west by the by having plentyof money to lands of William Alcorn and con Sale taming 50 acres. " suoply aul taktf care of our For the nurchase price the purcustomers. Rockcastle Circuit Court chaser must execute bond, with approved surety, bearing legal interest Charles Howard, Etc Plaintiffs vs. Commissioner's Sale fvom th day of sale, until paid, and beneis for nience the fore and effect of a judg Mary E. Howard, Etc Defendants ment. Bidders will be prepared to of all By virtue of a judgment and orpeople of complv promntly with these term". G. S. C.RIFFIN, Master Commission- der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term. er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. 1917, thereof, in the above cause, 1 shall proceed to offer for sale at the Commissioner's Sale court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., to the highest and best bidder, at Rockcastle Circuit Court public auction, on EL F. Bowman Plaintiff MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 Commissioner's Sale vs. being the regular County Court day Richard Proctor and Thula lor the said county, between the Defendants hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock Proctor p. m., upon a credit of six months, Bv virtue of a judgment and orhf following described property, der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit f'ourt rendered at January 1918 term Une tract of land located in Rock-astlthereof, in the above cause, for the a County, Ky., near Brodhead iSTTTVe KE sum of S191.00, with interest at the and bounded ami described as folrate of 6 per cent, per annum from lows: "Beginning at a gum in a the first dav of January. 1915 unti1 fence row southeastwardly from H. raid, and his cost herein. I shall G. Howard's house, it being a corproceed to offer for sale at the court ner to both tracts of Howard, and house door in Mt. Vernon. Kv.. to also a corner to James H. Albright: Tax-Payerihe highest bidder, at public auction, 'hence by a copy of the bond from on ilutchings to Howard, N 49 W 103 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 poles to a stake with b'azed pointers being the recular County Court dny he old corner gone; thence S 76 V for the said county, between th '1 poles to stake with pointers in hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'cloc1; V. M. Lewis' line; thence with two a. m.. upon a credit of six months anes of his S 37 2 VV 41 0 the following described property, to poles to a stake with a hickory and wit: ither pointers, her two chestnut oak One tract of land located in Roc' ointers now down; thence N 52 2 i astle County. Ky., on the waters c f V 42 poles to a stake with s Roundstone Creek, and bounded .lickory and other pointers on steep by the land hillside, a corner also to Johna Ross' "On the north of R. L. Holcomb; on the east by the deed, in Mrs. Lewis' line; thenc 'audi of John McNew and the Legere Ross' line S 30 W 27 2 poles to : heirs; on the south by the lands or 'take and stone pile where the blael Garfield Clark and J. M. McNew. and .ak corner to two of Howard's ; on the west by the lands of Fler with the secono acres, more or tract S thence on 36 Parrett, containing 75 19 2 W poles to ; less." Or sufficient thereof to pro stake in a fence row where a stem duce the sums of money so ordered s called for, but gone; thence with to be made. Mrs. Lawrence's line S 67 2 E 3." For the purchase price the pur poles to a stake, a corner to must execute bond, with Lawrence and T. C. legal interes4 Mrs. W. M. Albright; thence Mailer surety, bearing now with thf from the day of sale, until paid, and Albright line S 83 E 170 po having the force and effect of a jud" :o a stake on the east side of th ment. Bidders will be prepared to county road to Brodhead, a conic "omplv promptly with these terms. ilso to Jas. Roberts; thence his lint G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Commission- N 27 2 E at 7 poles with the cen er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. ter of the county road, in all 49 2 poles to the beginrmg, containinp (two (98 Commissioner's Sale acres. tracts in one) ninety-eigh- t For the purchase price the pur Rockcastle Circuit Court Plaintiffs "haser must execute bond, with ap T. W. Reynolds. Etc proved surety, bearing ldgal interest Commissioner's Sale vs. Defendants from the day of sale, until paid, anc Thos. Evans, Etc having the force and effect of a judgBy virtue of a judgment and or- ment. Bidders will be prepared tf der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit omply promptly with these terms S. rourt. rendered at the January term G. er, GRIFFIN, Master CommissionRockcastle Circuit Court. thereof, 1918. in the above cause. I hall nroceed to offer for sale at the court house door in ITt. Vernon. Ky. commissioner s Sal( to the highest and best bidder, at nnblic auction, on Rockcastle Circuit Court MONDAY. FEBPUARY 25, 1918 Ed Smith Plaintiff being the reirular County Court day vs. I settle for the said county, between the Z. R. Brock, Etc Defendant hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock and Commissioner's Sale final I i m upon a cred't of six months, Ed Smith Plaintiff property, the following described vs. I before I a Howard Helton, Etc Defendant? of land located m Rock-istlOne tract of Countv, Ky.. on the waters By virtue of a judgment and or If do Skeggs Creek, and bounded as der of sale of the Rockcastle Circui' "Beginning on a stone be- Court, rendered at the January term I will be so tween white oak and spotted oak 1918. thereof, in the above consolirunning S 41 W to the spot- dated causes, for the sum of $84.10 "orner. ted oak; thence S 49 W 23 poles to with legal interest from November i black oak. S 32 W 31 poles to a '25, 19 16, the defendants, Z. white oak; S 68 W 14 poles to 3 R. Brock, aeainst his saplings on the road side: and for theEtc., and $250, cost herein chestnut sum of with 6 per S S 20 E 66 poles to two hickories; ent interest from the 17th day o H W 38 poles to a black oak; S 19 February, 1917, until paid, subjec' 8 27 poles to a hVkory: R IB K 14 o a credit of Sf0, paid February r Ex-Sher- iff noles to a stake; thence S 17 E 46 1914, against the defendant Howar of oles to a chestnut oak in Thos 'Ielton, and his cost herein expended Head's line: W 22 E 46 poles to twr I shall proceed to offer for sale at hestnut oaks near a drain; thence lhe court house door in Mt. Vernon with said Head's line to a stone Ky., to the highest bidder, at public rarlton and Davis' corner; N 8 E 68 poles to a chestnut: thence a north- auction, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY SKJt JCQ330LiJ0LiJl2jKpj(L.JIL Jfl5 Jfc JUjJlL(3j-? west direction to the beginning cor- being the regular County 25, 1918 Court supposed to contain 75 acres ner, the said county, between th Ben Mullins was in Livingston, the same more or less." hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'cloc' price the pur p. m., upon a For the purch-svlonday. Mrs. Jones Durham, cred't of six mon'.h chaser must uecate bond, with ap the following described property, to vho was j reported very sick list: j proved surety, bearing l!ral interest wit: from the day of sale, until paid, and is improving Mrs. Melvin! Two tracts of land located in Rock- wek having the force and effect of a judg- castle County, Ky., and bounded a Rjrrnt was .he pnest of her nar- ment. Bidders will be prepared to follows : comnlv promptly with these terms. Tract No. 1, on the waters of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose MulliNs, G. S. GRIFFIN. Master Commission- Fenfrop's Creek, bounded on nortv at Cr itee, Sunday. Isaah Spivey er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. by the lands of Per Rigsby and Mrs .. hi;. family to I.ivn "ston COMPLETE ! LINE at r t ai .'tunes inoore; on me east Dy tne will mow lands of Joe Smith and S. H. Helton- soon. Mrs Bert Mullins spent commissioner s Caskets and Robes on the South by the lands of A. C. t ledav, Sunday, with her mother, Menifee and on '.the West by th. Mall' Telegraph or Rockcastle Circuit Court J H. RobPlaintiffs lands of John S. Belcher and Jamih Mrs. Jonjs Durham. J. H. Ward. Etc Promptly Moore, containing 212 acres. vs. Commissioner's Sale Tract No. 2. Bounded on thr erts still continues to run tie o Defendants Mamie Ward, Etc Filled north by the lands of James Brock Livingston Little Dennis Mul I) Bv virtue of a iudement and or- - n,tne uast Dy the lands et Mokes lias, who has been confined for der of sale of the Pockcastle Circuit Helton; on thg South by A. C. Men- Tee; on tne ne by the lands of U. the past week with pneumonia, is Court, rendered at the January term Y. Brock, and containing about 30 1918, thereof, in the above cause, I Misses Grace much improved. family of near Pongo luve moved r,hall proceed to offer for sale at the acres. Or sufficient thereof to produce and Goldie Alleu were the guests court house door in Mt Vernon, Ky., in the house with Sam McClure to the highest and best bidder, at the sums of money so ordered to be of their cousin. Miss Callie Rob made. Perciful Mrs. Lloyd Livesay, who has public auction, on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. For the purchase price the pur- erts, Sunday. Miss Minnie and MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 for three weeks and daughter, Miss Delia, and been suffering being the regular County Court day chaser must execute bond, with ap- O a Durham, of Cruise, were the proved surety, bearing legal interest spent Sun- - with la gripp is slowly improv- Miss Shirley Mason for the said county, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock from the day of sale, until paid, and guests of their grand parents, daywith Mr. and Mrs. Robert ing. Mrs. Robert Sowder and p. m., upon a credit of six months. having the force and effect of a judg- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daugherty, ment. Bidders will be prepared to The small child of Mr. Other Bullock spent Sunday th following described property, comply promptly with these terms. Sunday, The infant of Jas. How Harmon Mr. Mr. land Mrs. Jessie Mauis is with Mrs. Mies jab Sowder. One tract of land located in Rock- G. S. GRIFFIN, Matter Commission- ard remains very sick. Geo. I er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Kirby have a Ky., on the wate i of Rev Thomas Clifford and Mrs. Jessie very sick castle County. Roberts, of Cooksburg, spent SunRoundstone Creek, and bounded as child Some of the failed to All his appointment at very sick follows: "Beginning at a stake in day with Forrester Mullins C. farmers in this part are gatherSaturday and Sunday county road, corner to B. Hopewell center of E. Mullins is in the western part A. Riddle in line of the Roundstone Wm. Perciful has moved bis ing their last year corn crop. Land Co. survey; thence N 14 W of the county this week. Mrs. Green Sowder, of Indiana, 112 poles to a hickory stump oh the (family to Bun and Mr. Wheat is attending the bedside of her bank of a branch, corner to same and family of Louisville, will oc- daughter, Mrs. Milt Sowder. parties; thence S 72 W 83 poles to a cupy the house vacated by Mr. Leonard Hines and Frank Harpoplar stump, corner to same parties with hickory and black oak pointers; I Little Ethel Barnes mon left Sunday night for CiPerciful. thence S 86 4 W 23 poles to a spent last week with her grand ncinnatiMrs Sam McClure. who large beech, corner to B. A. Riddle For Infants and Children has been confined to her bed for and the Roundstone Land Co. ; thence il'P!n' ira 17m S 84 W 27 poles to a buckeye, corIn Use For Over Years Hu?h the two - ear old sen of three years seems to be growing J1 ner to same parties; S 61 W 42 poles worse all the while andrk-- not Cl Always bears . " to a small hickory, corner to same NDERTAKER and EMBALMFR Percilul, Is expected to live but a short Mr and Mrs. George Signa'tu're of parties; thence S 44 4 W 47 poles vary sick. - Nathan Doan and time. to a white oak corner to B. A. Rid- KY U toy of and Logaa Wardltw, Commissioner's Sale - A MESSAGE TO YOU EXPERIENCE, POPULARITY and PREPAREDNESS the success PEOPLES BANK - 1 h' I to-wi- t: t'-a- from years Our Experience and Safe Banking. OUT Popularity wic we gained by giving action to our Depositors Commissioners Our Preparedness fit The P E O P L F S B A N K the the conve Rockcastle County and 'WATCH US GRO W." to-wi- t: e NOTICE 3 eVTTVT ji "WT To the s of 35-10- Rockcastle County: 2 tract-;toed- 3 Meet me or one of my deputies at the following places prepared to settle your tax for 1917 and all back years. BRODHEAD. WILDIE, LIVINGSTON, CONWAY, DISPUTANTA MULLINS STATION, ORLANDO, John R. Alcorn Mill, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, Wednesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Saturday, February February February February February February March March 16 16 1-- 'i-- ap-nrov- 1- -4 1-- 23 23 27 27 2 9 -- e fol-lew- i: Please meet me and owe this money and have to as settlement and have to pay this have it. am making my have said poor man and can't am money oven As not want to have to leavy on you. pay them for you I take warning and sav bound to leavyt you don't pay your costs and me trouble. Cam Mullins, Rockcastle County. di-fo- r WITHERS 5 SBANV1LLS OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky SI - vBt vim HO PE WELL to-w- it: J. C.McCLARY j 1-- CASTOR -- A 1-- STANFORD, CoCUcJUi 0 30 ,l,, , rHriCUGH