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Mount Vernon signal: February 22, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918022201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: February 22, 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 r A sL a - ESTABLISHFD EVERY FRIDAY assi&k i.j AST,, KJ" tyE r r ; I 1887 ( ?s NUMBER 22 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1918 was taken seriously II, which resulted in his death. J. Mont. f m 3 l?w i Koberts, a nephew of decease.'1, left for Somerset Saturday and accompanied the funeral part to H fflan nya j fM sb S Danville returning here Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs Allen Hiatt m f "m BM YCm m K2H IBs boh ana bh w Mflis t vn Sunday the I were at Crab jBii WL m.M lr guests of Mr an i Mrs J A jProc I ter. Mr. Proctor is reported I very sick. J. M. Craig, who is . m ft moving ta h:s tarm this week in U tfH7kdHKss1flwHKSnw9a9wB9BSifiCsU8wdBB4aV. ywTn1 Council Meeting Vernon Z" " House Garrard, was here Saturday, and Citizens also here Tuesday. We regret I 25, Sharp that Mr. Craig has seen fit to leave this county for we need for ' afraid, for I but more business not We have the men and money It behooves our farmers to many more like him, and his WAR to win the war. It only requires test their seed corn right away. place, with us A'ill be hard to fill and I can save you money IT'S BERK. the people at hnne to keep busy If your corn prove good let C. C. McClure and Morgan Heland furnish n cessary supplies, others know it, including your ton bought sixteen and three See you get Right Groceries, LrTIKS Fuli ALL. (for winch they are paid), to I neighbors. quarters acres of laud from W. Enamel-war- e, Hardware, Saddles,-- Harness, Citizens answer the call. maintain the soldiers in a high M. Helton this week for $300. 1' or every man who goes to fight state el efficiency or fighting This is a put of the Dave Webb Chinaware, Wallpaper, right prices. etc., is in vour The nation's sufeU .hiiit. in. wmnimr tfci. n,rO,r.om there. Uveuty housekeepers farm on Negie Creek. Willard ...,.w hands. must go to conserving food over Hilton, of Stanford, was It is just as important to "fight'' for your rights in buying goods as in any people should not fail them. here h.ere, or we will lot our men Tuesday the guest of J. R Cass other good cause. DO Mr, or be made o DO ly and lose the war. And it is about time that YOU wren enisting" in my big army of satis-fle- d Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Young, of the Kaiser later. Authentic informatiom from customers get what'a coming t you, "even it' von have to get in and Mt. Vernon, were here last week S Germany- indicitts that the Gersoldiers ti, lit our battles, Those who have made a stud the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. The fight for it. man Midlers are well fed the of the war situation cannot even Young. B J. Hamm, who has the farmers to fight the weeds, in this day of "High Prices' it - up to yon to look out lot I" the citizens of that empire have an inteligent guess as to when been in New York for the east to furnish supplies. give bay where the borings good. (THAT'S FRED'S PLACE.) been reduced to straw bread a the war will n t, n nrotiurn several months, arrived here The Y M. C. A., and the lied few p uatoes and beets. America, fof ft ten Tf ft .g Tuesday aud is with his father Cress are doing peat and won- - the beat fed nation on the globe L m mncb country J. D. Hamm, in the our b vs. the could easily turnbh our fightine: derfid things Gene savs he is now holding a farmers and oi hers at home will forces, including the Allies, and Buy war saving stamps and position that pays him $1 800 on a still plenty at home, by curtal- - T iii greater. .rift stamp, they are baby Lib year He will return in a lew , K .. ...-.- -J .. ...V ," "p it iliHivum on r ..- - Mil ui'U v wiill !n ing to a small extent their sup- erty bunds aud pay a good inter davs iJ-Q wSL Squire W. C. Hopkins ply of wheat, meat and fais. les-f- n i be ust'nt U; lur by one half, tSt. left the first of the week for Har right opposite the in the more than io.o o barrels per week Ian county where is interested M Yes If yo'ir corn crop could be Would be saved. Bonds enables the Government in coal mining, in fact he is havK2:i increased from one third to one to extend the protection you ing a coal mine opened up and Exports durii g iniiith of half it would be an immense wh;i (i!1"'(' will soon be ready to till orders i(mi Gee- few Kv. breadstuffs, valued striie toward blacking the Kai can't get by yourself. 1917: sis to Revelations to prove that; We see that our friend at Brod-Mis- s B. T. Young was in Mt. Vernon meats 32.000.000. ser's eye. at Claude It safeguards your netsoa and Tuesday on business Mae Evans is visiting her 've hacl Blade i mistake in ihelhead Hew into a pission and has Owens, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M cousin, Miss Gertrude Evans, at bond sales It we made a mistake lost his temper and let his pas When in doubt about crops T ::ore is no danger of our your property. Owens, underwent an operation Brush Creek. Rev. F. M. Jones we are no the onlj one that has sion get the better et his good etc, dent fail to consult or write G ivernment confiscating produce a ounty agent R K Spnce It will keep the Kaiser from at Stanford Monday for some his moved his family back to don3 so, for m a have made mis- - judgment. We suggest that he or other sup-dies- . This boggy takes ah a!. ever since take a lay off and go to some for any desired information be was started bv German overrunning our lands with his trouble in his arm. This arm Liurel county and will tarm this had given him considerable trou year. Mrs. E R. Gentry, who is Father Adam sod Mother Eve; health resort where the healing about fertilizer, seed corn soils, agents and spies Everything the hordes 01 murderers, cut throats, g etc. stock and poolirj Government gets from citizens assassins, and women and baby ble for some time and recently located at Lexington, was hereiwer,J Paced ':l tlla Garden of waters will have a direct became so swollen that the contrains Monday, en route! Kden, and if o.ir frieod claims be ienceover his ambitious nervous killers. If we are victorious in this will be paid for. A change of climate will was rather alarming, and to Mt. Vernon. -- Mrs. Albert aakts none, he must be a little system dition world's stru'g'e 5.000 men must See any post master or banker it was feared that there was Hahn. of Greens burg, Indiara, snpeiior to the resof tha hnssan work wonders and cool down his by and get information on Liberty some From all rules provided march with hoes for every i. o Urban ' h in;ng is quite over worked temper. Of course trouble with the bone; bnt was here between trains Sunday, rice. Fuel and Fooi administrators it b mds. War and Thrift stamps. who march with guns Get in the be- en it seems that the muscle had route to Mt. Vernon to visit sick at this writing' as he Has bees we will admit we do not hold a is demonstrated that the Govern- Invest in them. You can begin line of march where you belong come attached in some way be- her father, Mr. Geo. Brown, of confined to his mom for the past .very exalted position as the Prasi ment means to so regulate prices on 25 cents. of tne United Statesor some tween the bones and that caused the Freedom section F. W. few days. Miss Lyds Cook, who Wheat, meat, sugar and fat that justice will be done producer the trouble. Drs. Brown. South-ar- d Oakley is here from Ravenna and 'ias -' ' sLk for sunt' time, we others that wecould mention, but will win or lose tne war. Our aud consumer. The Government wants me aud Carter performed the op- has loaded his household goods in glad to say la mock Better when we consider that Abe Lin- army should be amply supplied chatties to use in ship building eration. Claud returned home A. Blantord has boeo on the sick coin was at one time a rail splitter C with these and we. at home, The p'anting season will soon and in other departments If you Tuesday noon and seems to be car and will leave for that citv ''st or l'''' tonight (Monday) Thev are ,ood should make out ou smaller than be upon us. Particular study 'H' ' ' ' vv '" L'u"i Dur H we UV satisfied with our position can handle tools you can be getting along nicely. He is a getting beUei and will soon be and would rather bold a position th: customary quantities. should be given now regarding Then; is a system of registration good boy and his many friends people and Livingston folks regret ajshteto be st bis pot at the depot, like ours than some wecould men- the acerage you will de able to being put in effect whereby you hope for him a speedy recovery. to o'ive them up but he hat Self protection suggests that has been on t'on. Ve work seven days out of Uncle G. I). Co-:better position there with the L potatoes can regi&ter your name and etc. Leroy Albiight, who has been & N. R. R. Co crops of vegetables should put in and care lor, bigger K. A. Ward b the sick list for a few davs but isof the week and have no time SS after which you can go on the in Cincinnati for several months, bt raised for home consumption. and all kinds of vegetables. gradually improving lira J. F. wear high collars that you havcall of the Government if you is at home with his parents, Mr. visiting tne sunnv Soutn tnis Tones, who has been quite sick, to get up on a stool to spit over . .. Will visit Key fTT est and Hv observing the suggestions It is highly important that a wish or you can use your own and Mrs. D B. Albright. -- J.J. week. ... and can't turn your head without P. Squire J. remains about the same. J. E found in this circular will prove surplus off vegetables be raised pleasure go or not go just as it Belcher, a recent citizen of our other southern cities. LFroujuiouua is ui. cuuiieu 10 uiruing iub uuy, anu we uo 1101 an aid in preventing the neces- for home use and local supply, suits you. Good pay assured. town and a mighty good man, L. Arnold remains quite sick at v vr iiiira m. his room bnt will soon he able to have our hands encased in a threc- sity of you having, later on to black was in Corbin Tuesday on busi- hie writinoThe present Federal ruling rela- - Mechanics, carpenters, wollr in n hrad line. beootssjain - VIr and Mrs I W. dollar pur of kid gloves and caiItive to the use of wheat, will smiths and others who can han-bl- ness K. J. Hamm sent little forms us that he i. in a few days Catli vrr in , .i- tn ..l.i lt. V'ern i latter O' il rlu neaaea waiting cane, as to Is are wanted for work in Geneva Rash, who borrowed 125c. win enter tne inairuiioniai neiu If you have a father, brother, likely remain in effect for some of last week visiting rela- - ls the fashion of some we call mm to amv that ho P sou or relative in the service, time, this makes the situation of shipbuilding. You can register in order to join the Red Cross, a aaain anrl asks; ow we are satisfied -ui, wiio joined uuue. beep him in mind, do your bit that hnpnrtanos which should with Dr. M. Pennington, Chrm. dollar. To say she appreciates is much better looking now than tires Hobei with willing hands, and encourage not be overlooked but seriously Rockcastle County Committee he was when he withdrew from Uncle Sam's oavy, is with home with our exalted position with the this kindness is about as light a Hays has L. & N. B. R. Co., ter the good folks this week J yiur neighbor to do the same in considered and acted upon by of Defense, Mt. Vernon, Ky way , . : 1. as we know how to express the field a year ago and Mart pnrcn - ; a b i nising bigger crops and more e md et L ri. book says he that exalts bimseli the raising of a larger crop of See the Doctor for particulars. live stock. it, and the child is beginning to says he is out to win this time, Davis ore the rive ; pries paid hall re aSasd We once made a corn potatoes, oth.-- vegetables think, no doubt, that the 20 cents and he claims the chances are in The crisis in the world war and then more vegetables. S650. -- Our old friend, Got James venture in the goods business but Citizens of Ko.kcastle. Farmers, she borrowed was money invest his favor, for being a good talker d out ioT we nd not know Maret wis here between trains ;later is at hand. stockraisers, merchants, lawyers, ed well. Mr. J. S. Hilton, Sup- and in a position to give some Saturday en route !i une to Mt whether we could serve onr cuset the Christian woman about fixty years old, On account of early frosts last doctors, iu fact all lines of trade, erintendent An over product ton of food Vernon from Cincinnati, Ohio, tomers and God at the same time. would not be a calamity, but an fall, in many states, much corn callings and endeavor are re- - Church Widows and Orphans with blue eves, red cheeks, dark As to the bonds we told our friend under production would be a dis- failed to mature and was found quested and urged to come to Home, Louisville, will preach at hair and a new set of false teeth, where be hail been to attend a we would give him the dope as good road meeti g -- G W. Muraster. to be sappy and unfit for sted.Mt Vernon on the day of this the Christian church here Sun- a good home he cannot help but phy has return from the niona we get it, but our friend has Everyone of us can aid. Dont .No doubt that a large quantity War Council meeting and be day at 11 o'clock. He will bring win. She must posses quite a tains where be h is been for a Continued on 4th page. imagine that because you are had the life germ killed in that with us in endeavoring to aid with him a little girl, an inmate lot of this world's goods and a million corn left in the shock or on and assist the "boys over there," of the home, a sister of Arnold large income. None ethers need only one of a huudred t lat you dent count. You do standing stalk in field, by cold who are fighting our battles Hiatt Everybody is cordially apply. S. C. Franklin, the watch CDUnt; counted upon by our pres-iien- t of Mt. Vernon, was here and country to do your weather where temperature dropt that we may retain the liberty invited to hear him. The pastor inspector, Tuesdav. Mrs K. A. Ward was Mr. Bowling, will preach Saturgained by the war of t7?6. below is degrees uuder zero. bit. YQU AFFORD PAY LESS Mrs called to East Bernstadt, on acday and Sunday evening of Crab Orchard, count of her mother's illness Daisy Hunt, r of Mr and Mrs was the guest will be held in three sections, as follows : W. H Anderson Sunday Bion,-to- R. B. Mulhns, of Richmond, Ky., Feb, Council of The Elder and Mrs Elder, of Stan and J. A. Oliver, of Winchester, Mext ford, were here Sunday with rela- Ky both traveling salesmen, Miss Tempest Ward spent were with our merchants Tuestives meets in Court House. the week end with homefolks at day. There is an epidemic in our Walter Robins left ter Lebanon offer Up-to-da- te Merchanmeets in Opera House. Harlan Sunday night where he town the doctors claim to be dise for Less Money will probably locate temporarial- - French measles and there has y. been several cases, but all have meets in Christian Church, We have no leaders to deceive you with, pulled through O. K. Ben Hel-larsharp. at 1 p. hut every item we sell is a Bargain. GETTING RID OF COLDS. who had a job at Paris, Ky., The demand for Silks is going to be so The easiest and quickest jvay as fireman on the locomotives, Rockcastle County to get rid of a cold is to ake has returned and now has a posigreat it's a ustiou of buying at the T. YOUNG H. tion in the Eight Gable restaurant. of the season or paying more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. COUNCIL OF DEFENSE Food Administrator, This preparation has been in U9e After a stcrm there always later. Sec our line of 36 inch Silks and for many years and its value comes a calm, and after one of Examine our Spring Line of Poplins. Every body his brother in Somflrspt Ratnr fully proven. No matter what the worst winters on record, we 1T v T--v T7 A T the Rev. Childress. r Dies Goods, buy and save money. We remedy you use, however, care ,. - --- - nainA th DK i ,io.in. h;- -"- -don't ask your patronage if ws cant must be taken not to contract a are now having lovely weather . A Mrs. W. Z Graveley s to Sunday for burial, second cold before you have re- - and this suits me to a T Y. Miss was post- - services The revival that save you money. poned on accountof the weather mother died a few days ago at Mr. Roberts suffered a stroke of covered from the first one, and Nellie Carter, of Lebanon Juncst the Baptist church, will be- - her home in Virginia. Mrs. Grave paralysis about two years ago, there is serious danger of this. tion, is visiting Mrs. Ed Herd this m Pf middle age or older week With tne use of a typegiu next Tuesday and will con- - lv will return home in a few and never fully recovered from A days or more The days. .-- J. L P.lkenton was in it and . on account of the condi- tinue for ten writer and using a hand that . A UkL l 'TVWVV.VA between tion of his health was forced to ter to lay in bed three days at gives us much pain we will be Rev. H. H. Wallace, of Sturgis. Mt. Vernon baturoav Mr. Tom Roberts, of give up his business, and while the statt than three days later able to get a small letter for the Kywill conduct this revival and trains KY. Will be assisted by the pastor, Danville, died at the home of visiting his brother at Somerset on. Signal and reply to our friend VITAL FACT FOR EVE RYBODY at Mt. BIS p Kl t w OUR - , BJQM fH JJQ r Rg War Court nan laaniiiji am . IU ARMY 'i T - " MONDAY, FEBRUARY J9I8 p.m. You are eligible and need not be cut Blood" that "Your Rights" Fruits, "' Tinware, Paints, at T fr 4 - Wo LARD 25c F per pound S&Byah."W - COURT HOUSE BLUE FRONT Dec-amht- -r LIVI NGSTO N - Be-re- , - ni inliu-betwee- n u-e- K9i - i j - j - e . . . 1 ... r L ' -y-- . 3T: m 10 ! War 25th n This Week We Week Every Week AGRICULTURAL SECTION, LIVE STOCK SECTION EDUCATIONAL SECTION m. d, be-ginnin- g ti UU n E AL . - 'tJToTTTZJT Si InlJSj mmrmm, m. ift L - JOHN ROBINS 8RODHEAD, . ihbi miii n nriini naegM i' 1 mil aaaaaMMac a MB t!A I j i 1 ( i t 1 ) i 1 j r. s C Y j t of set find sneak ana ta-at d preach according to the dictates' JM I f oar owu oo) science is gene Counties Wbo Have Farm Ag'-ntfrom :uY, i ct. :- igib ust as that the Emperor of Find It Brings Favorable Re. y xccvvw?EccX'Ccc33S3oclicclXxx a1 ' Germany has for yearn apxint- - suits. Newport, R. I. Bume uonaV uaaaTaaau!e,!nuoaauayW ..Ati every : riday by no' cd in t lected tlv.- editors, teach-thei Feb. 6th. ioiH Inasmuch as the big net result GA S ALBRIGHT. tioya do, that we have ne' er era a ti Uie uiinisterv of Ger-bain favor et counties having a .routs Dear Karl- :such a cavaae to igbl i r. iuaiy, and a;d to theiu yea tecb Rtc'd your letter and Joe' it might pay any county to inves ou no's ) ; kar $1.0 When yea hear anybody Baying tlie Divine ri:ht of kins, tigate the matter thoroughly. last night acd was glad to heir aL mm Jaaa- tea-- fi that this is an army of thai the state is grea'er A contributor to the South- from both of you. C. L and I ; moral law and ou tea h ra.it icue known n led, dialoyal men or slackers inlthn are getting along fine and likirg they either do tot! hat German Kultur alone makes ern Agriculturist writes: the least, The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been applied ;. ; We Our ;atm demonstrator came the hospital! ail school fine in use for over thirty years, has borne the sigsatan of know w'.)at they are talking men strung super men alio, if ,,i..Jt " Lm J and has been made under his per-rfK' fiv oi1 they are German sym they did not teach that, they 1 us about two years ago. There ' about or sonal supervision since its infancy. .J , iuiho. m. -, I taught num- O1;- piio-nothing Do we want a wa, et course, the usual If KMB K OF patii zeis. With very few except fCCMZi, Allow no one to deceive vnu in this. ASSOCIATION lions the men aiv satisfied and Irate tike that ? No, and the only ber et knockers who bfgan mak- chemistry, texicology, and sever KYPUK-- S " axe but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " al other branches of medical work. contented, except that thiee way to prevent it is to tight and ing complaint of ''throwing away Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of aod a book I have a note ooo Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. fourths of theiu are chewing the riurht to the last ditch Yes. 1 the county's memey" andonsid which they give us and a physi A man believe thai just as surely as ered it a foolish expendtture,but olegy, hit to get to the front. LA and am studying hard. told ne last nighl that in one there is a God in heaven, there to those farmers who were more Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, ParegorlOj yesterday, will I drew $35 Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains regiment over here, they called is lucIi a thing as killing men progressive, and anxious for in- - have to buy some more books, neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its in the name of Christ If men, struction, he has been of great for one hundred volunteers ter and stveral other things 1 need. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has benefit. real men sti h as we have in men h ive immediate service in France and I haven't got the fountain pen been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, this country in every nook and H His first active work was to yet, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising a oo ball the regiment answered but guess I'll get it in the lip tin hra.: siici lie went into one compare corner, could hear the stories, secure from the farmers their night mail therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids i Tell Joe I would bofdi r rnths ' y one after another from the men tobacco the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. seed, which he sent like to have some of the Kodak squib in th' ir which waa tu Cornish eight or tn who have come back The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. from that away to be recleaned so as to pictures boys wer of them and the that she was writing I hear them, baptism r r.s pitching pennies to see wb and hear of fire, as of unspeaka- produce a more uniform crop of about. I had some made in Newthe pri GENUINE the stories ALWAYS plants. On this one item alone port last Saturday and will send ltitn Ita os ague the would get to o. The training ble suffering, torture, degreda sa wou'd estimate a financial some home as soon as I get them. men are getting are bring . come wnen every uay tluse Bears the Signature of has been ga'n of $25,000 on one crop of Mig results almost un'elieval.lc. tion and frhamc that You asked me what all I see use." You talk with any soldier hen heaped upon men, women and tobacco. up here. We dent see anything : meat He next advocated, taught and much now, but snow and ice. no deda'td and in nine cases out of ten be children, we Would need no drait c-w:ll tell yea that he weighs from law, and they would understand induced the spraying of friu But when it is pretty we see lots nth plenl f l' and uonri-h- the ; that preoeota ten to thirty pounds more than what I mean. English officers, trees to the extent that the best of big ships out on the bay and it away fro.x. be did when he cane here how to . The French officers, Y M. C. A. meu. crop of apples was produced that see a battle ship once in a while. preachers, the county has had for twenty In Newport we we see lots of Je ire the best fed, best clothed Canadian officers, er and the best cared for army the writers, tourists, men from all years. foreigners but none of them are amoiaf to take poaaeaaion world has ever seen. The per- walks of life come and tell these The Kind You Have Always Bought A farmer in the east end of Germans. Can tell Jyou a lot Gcrmaoy may find 't r vom c tTv. THI CIMTAUA COMAMV. spraved about ten son who says otherwise, is eithei same awful experiences. Things the county theehapeuf lire'r Rabbit a coward and afra.d he will have that would be unbelievable, trees from which he had been more in the summer for lots of rich people come here to spend be caotrhi the I were it not for the fact that the gathering from 0 come, or is just a plain liar. about forty to the summer. And fifty bushels of apples. This have lived with them for nearly evidence is overwhelming. Did Len kill anything when he iu the face of it all to think year he sold from these trees went hunting? three months. Every soldier in Joe said Dwight Jamp Taylor has a better bunk theie are men in this country, 206 bushels at $1 per bushel, Bowman had come home. Does ves even in Rockcastle or besides I have. I not the rites Interesting Let- - ihanMess all the eat at and I regu- was two mouths ago. county Another many bushelsbad a sold he go to school ? Can Bob play few-oldisgrunt know farmer, who lar time the horn much ! What is Bill led, criticising the government Taylor is wcli cooked and absolutely Goddard apple trees which Taft doing now? Tell Jo I'll rom All over the were about forty years old and i3 not and the president. clean. The word "Me.-s- '' send her music next time I get KY., V. M. C. A. 153. country are men who are trying had born but very few, pruned shore leave. I guess I'll go to used as we usually use it. I am Cam Taylor, Ky. saving this that Lhe other boys to make gain of some kind and sprayed them last spring Newport today. This is WedFeb. 17, iq 8. who are coming may not be led out of this war, and I tell you and had a Wonderful crop. nesday. We get liberty SaturMt. Vernon, Signal, has to believe a some have said that the man who does that, whether a Capital of $ In i9i6, by information and day, Sunday and Wednesday. Mt. Vernon, Ky. hog ihut gain be in business, whethei practical treatment et clovei The seamen just get it on Saturthey are fed like so many taken every precaution to safeEditor: nd that the mothers and fathers it be money or whether it be bloat, a uisease which ran ram- day and Sunday. We have two I wonder if people have and guard its boys are political capital, either has not part, producing deaths innumera- big, nice, warm class rooms, may know that their ning to Louisville, or do care of. Oh, its a little sense enougn to know what he well Stockholders by joining the Kenjust not come to see me, or hard taken to give up the nice is doing or he i3 disloyal to ble, our demonstrator possibly skeletons, and all kinds of things at first saved hundreds of cattle. to study from. We have two a out to the camp. Dr. Pen-Mitucky Bankers Association, by inishes and little dainties that a his country, his people, his flag In 1917 our demonstrator se- big laboratories where we learn Richard, feadie Tail many have ruined their and his God. great securing a modern burgular-pro- of lira. Fanni: Kowe are the stomaches upon, and go to mess in one of his great speeches here, cured from the Department of to till prescriptions and test Agriculture and personally used medicine. Well I'll hava to close perajDM rho Lave shown up 'kits safe, by securing Burgular and pine tables without said there is no middle ground, and -- ince I Came 'o camp ard cloths, and eat god plain whole- there is no political parties in without remuneration, the vac now as it is time for class. I'll Hold-u- p cine to prevent blackleg on hun- try to write to some et you at valu Insurance on ;tpened to come while I some food, selected by experts this war. A man is either for dreds of cattle belonging to the least o:.ce a week. l have heard oi ,.d li i.v. ables and by bonding responsi.a:.ceu to suit every ne h. is or he is against us. Why W. H. Davis, ferine 1 t b'lui jj county, (her . Nice ley, Judge Lewis am1 if the body and not our over cu' ant we follow such men insteaa y saving o tin- - un tern h1om all ble officers and it otters c ig ia to.a, t)Ut ladi'-Hospital School, of liatening 10 the bowling o: lea-tvated taste, but soon you : more than oae-h-all the am un I U. S N. Traieg Station the in ha been oat of the accommodations of a to love it, aid my how nurgrv such men as Larolecte and Cham f Iks aelary, aside from iLt p!e who cosae r if Ir Newport, K. i. berlain and a fe.v others 1 coulu you get by meal tme whe n oi: loss which might have bee sound banking institution. isvlle p'a .' Lbew genuine- DREADFUL COUGH CURED. eat fo d like thai which ivalb na ne. i apprecia sustained without using tbis e them oaatiing i have run on wi h this and serves the body inleau of "clogA severe cold is of ten followed really did not realize, how much Careful attention given to both During his two years' stay by a rough cough for which werer.thal Is not tbeotject ging all the machinery therein, I had written. I spent last even Cough Remedy Chamberlain's and how you can eai and how he ha-- by advocating a eertaii !!tiug this letter. Six of small and large accounts and mad you get ii a fellow crov s m- very pi .as.ntly with John D price ter particular UD grades el has proven especially valuable. aining cr tv elae Henderson, Dr. and Mrs. Bvror courtesy to all 'le iiov in amp Taylor, ahe.d of you in the mess line. I Owens and Lieut, and Mrs fertilizers, reduced the cost cf Mrs. F. W. Olsen, Maryville years never knew how Bood evaporated u, Mo., writes: "About two sterday with twelve hun commercial fertilizer from $3 ago my little boy, Jean, caught a Perkins. It does me I had a Olarence isrs or parts unknown. peaches were before 5 per ton, saving the farmers severe cold and coughed dreadful- Rockeas-tleite- s ood to get a bunch of they think pint cup full ter supper ate them an estimated amount 01 trom 92 y for days. I tried a number of J nknown together. If this is too all and drank the juice It's a " and it 'does not scirei .oo to $2 500 on their purchase cough medicines but nothing did L. H. DAVIS, W. H. COTTONGIM, life, but there is wor, long to p ublish, cut out a lot of if fertilizer per year. him any good until I gave him ne hit. Thy wer? ohn wonderful Cough Remedy. it. Chamberlain's ent President Will anion, John and there is where a great deal flor the government to Our demouatrator has organ It relieved his cough right away t'ie end of the talk starts. Soldiers must C. C. McPHERSON, Cashier c. A Will Somnder, ized among our boys poul'rv ard before he had finished takE. R. Gktry. work and learn and learn and I - a end B ard Carpnater. ing one bottle he was cured. I clubs, corn clubs, pig dot work. It i ter t timiselves as ifferenl a'i not only increasing pro think it just tine for children. well and for the Cause, '.no sold- - BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS. therebv r f !() the 01 es duction but advancing quality of John T. Welch, treasurer-genera- l Some children after observing Spring Cleaning time is here ne bre1 at fell. Wheat fercMfey down on the fob. It The widespread sale of war product. This aroused interest manager, Independent Pack- he ceremonies of baptism con and you will find a lot of cast off llbem march m:l' ni(ian tlH' Jnss of nis lift- - eavirga certificates in England of our agriculturists has been me ers Fertilizer Co., Columbus and ferred upon a number of converts children's clothinjr of every kind Jlory This is more than ever a war of is proof that the whole nation is by and combined with our he wi K'e 4 ' () OhK and vuth branch factories decided it was the proper thing that needs to be put to good use. government d ..e ..., Ovr personal comb and t so'.dier standing behind the in the conduct el a n other states, in a recent let- to do, to baptise a bunch of h ilf a Yon can do a good deed by wash(in his Individ in financing the war In one and Gcrd Bv Rn adw.v ftf ofl'n Agricultural Fair held in oui ter to W. H. Fish, treasurer the dozen poppies belonging on the London dtpartment store, besides v the smile u ii abi'.itv to overcome his adver HVance, 1 Success crowned their ing them and sending to local at the close of each Boone Way Pioneer Fund, Mt. premises sary. The fellows soon learn buying war bon Is, the 4,5oo em couniy headquarters to be efforts until the sixth doijte Red Cross faces a d the glow in year. Vernon, says: "I am in receipt was reached to it with 1 riot. You ploves have invested over $too,-00He showed right sent to destitute Belgiara childeeks i ' m the ure o'd this and go Our people have hem aroused, of your letter of nth inst, en- and was un movable The work , in their bay in war saving cettifieates, ren who certainly need th ngs to be wing thete, see them sometime-advanced and led to closing literature relative to Col. was given up in d'Sgust, the with sacks of corn- - the equivalent of the United enlightened, wear. that K.: iser Mil ivas ?,o- - onet practice, think, investigate and act a by Jim Maret. To any one wbo deader remarking: ' dess sprinkle stalks for Germans You woti'd States war savings stamps, have to reckon ,it'i Rock go to hell." W. J. Spirks Company hve no one other thing knows Jim such literature is sup him and let im War savings stamps and thrift oenty '' ) on the firing feci thit they really I bought tbe car loads of ground demou erfluous. He is one man who orders for We are for the farm War Savings Stamps are 'lit wouid go "'Over the were Germans. I ask one of the stamps make it possible for every strator. limestone meal. has done more in assisting boys tie baby bonds" j one to help win the war. with that same smile and officers why they ased corn-talk- s acquaintand young men of his need be to Bvence thei'nsteaf d' something else and it lions of our people cannot fight, CATARRH CANNOT out in BE CURED ance in getting started red child rea of Belrium rnaV make n shudder a little to but all can work and save and Mt. Verrou and life, and to put greet suffering heroic hear his answer, but he aid it invest in thrift stamps at 25 with lo al applications, as the Rockcastle on the map than any h rod and moth-- ! gave practically the same effect 'cents each, or in war saving, cannot reach the seat of the Of w other individual, and those who A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and of France, ad guarantee as the bones in the body would stamps at $4 13 each, increasing disease. Catarrh is a local di by his unb- other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often ce by 1 cents month. greatly influenced by con have en benefitted 1 was a Ht!e slv eked sease, Pr at first at the same murderous out saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led selfish efforts owe him a debt et The form of investment is stitutional conditions, and in s sha'l not c me to their own; many of the things and espec-- ! her to know that PERUNA is always reliable, that she should gratitude that they will not be have it on hand for the immediate treatment el coughs and there and sitters. One of the, ially the idea of tcacmng young convenient and safe. Folders order to cure it you must take able to pay and it should be a remedy. colds, and that it is always to her Hall's internal veiled 'Good by Gent, We'll men all the tricts of war and 'are given to hold sixteen thrift an ;o everyone to subscribe , and these, plus 13 cents 'atarrh Medicine is taken intrr pleasure to take human life, stump-Mrs.George Parker, I in France" as they went just how might be a con4ia Wter M..Mea-ahnally aud acts thru the blood on to ahytbiug that I went oat over to the train swiftly and surely, just as I was for February, are conveivible Wta., writes: venience and comfort to him. "We have used McMi)-t) the mucous surfaces of the sys Y. M. C. A men to hear Brother a war savings stamp, which dp th in our family few a Dumber of It gives me pleasure to en of the twenty four Han, the Presbyterian minister bears interest compounded quar-sa- y tern. Hall's Catarrh Medicine years, aud hava rack close herewith my check for $2 found It a perfectly was prescribed by one of the three years ago that heen-terlat 4 per cent, and is reJiaaia medida. that were to c rrv them, Ix aooa fids ihe aja towards the purchase of an auto, The experience of one the men who were in the deemable January 1, 1923, at $5. best phs cians in tbis country teia f any trace magazines and literature woman, given herewith, ia mobile for Jim and if an ad afaeald. asd pr. U kinds. The authorties al- trenches against Germany, but And a folder is also provided for rars. It is composed of typical of thousands of letsequence. ditional subscription should be : "I began usta tt ters that reach the Peruna us to do this after the I understand now, our peop'e for these interest bearing stamps, ome of the best tonics known, let me hear from for catarrh, which Company from grateful combined with some of the best required please understand with the owner's name and I suffered with a pulled in an i while the are beginning to fiood many veara. you." friends who have found their The perfect our soldiers thoroughly un- dress inscribed, to render the blood purifiers. iea wee leintr loaded. The bat had net been very serious until recently. Since I have taken Peruna the dropping in m? Mr. Welch is a native of Rockhomes incom throat has discontinued, and my head and nose toed by and ft led 'goto derstand the cause for which we contents valueless in case of loss combination of the ingredients plete, and their of R. A. are not so stopped up ia the morning. I am Medicine is castle and is a brother pleased with the results, and shall continue to Then amid song and laugh-- j are fighting. This "is a war for or theft Twenty of these stamps in Hall's Catarrh family safety in use it until I am entirely rid of catarrh. Welch of this place. danger without "I beer t il y recommend it a an honest medicine. ' ' . good nature'! josling and Christianity, not against it. It is new costing $8240, or $82.60 what produces such wonderful What It does for bet It ia ready to do for you. results in catarrhal conditions. PERUNA. ;ig tliey entasiaied, each car- - a war to save meu, women ana next montn, are tne equivalent to Send for testimonials, free. THAT TERRIBLE HEADACHE them, $100 on the first day of Jan, 1923 Colds and Catarrh .ng 'bunk sack", blanket and children, not to destroy Do you have periodic attacks F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., by accompanied it Here is an excellent invest- Toledo, 0. The great weight of testimony that has accumuof headache fse and as the trains nulled Our forefathers came to tbis lated in the 44 years that PERUNA has been on the sickness of the stomach or vombattled for this ment, and at the same time a y yelled at us "Good By country and All Druggists, 75c. market proves it, beyond question, to be the reliable family remiting, a sallow skin and dnll Y M. C. A. Oo with us to country that we might be able practical proof that the investor edy, ever ready to take, preventing the serious effects of colds, Hall's Family Pills ter consti- eyes? If so, you can get quick coughs, grip and derangements of the digestive organs. This aoe Fellows'" 'Luck to the to worship God according to the is sensible of his share of pation. relief by fking Chamberlain's proof is published from time to time and many families have own conscience. sponsibility for the war that the of our with a hundred other just profited by it Tablets as directed for biliousWtftMA - t.U ai:d the last If we lose this war, our freedojh United States has undertaken you may be able to ness, and expressions It aaar n ill i Garry i yea sad la saaOM against saaiaa attacks. of speech is gone, our f reedoVn a war to restore peace and safety attacks if you observe avoid these went out g I beard as they FOR FLETCHER'S Company, Columbus, Ohio Th. P the directions with each package. car shot. was "Goodbye Broad- - of press is gone, our f retdom to j to the world. .VtR SIGNAL -. lleiio Ki;t::.. we are oini' U tqaate our c'wiit to yon," 5d do it too Th't c no y they will lias never had an :h :in arm? is we are preparing row avd lie iltzing, s luie army are now a , i IT PAYS WILLIE DAVIS, Writes Newport . . s i Children Cry for Fletcher5! . - ae J d ' di-gru- nt iW tCj avO J II ? Jaaaaaaai-aaaaaaaiaanw . I m I - i "' .- Just-as-go- od What is CASTOR ' i CASTORIA 7 i I In Use For Over 30 Years i tar-babv- . R. GENTRY Camp d 11 The First State With Bnk OF LIVINGSTON, 1 15,000 DEPOSITORS s. Ex-Preside- nt it's it's : s i YOU pre-cautio- n. -, - . Vice-Presid- i . . - cem-inerciahst- s i P4 : 0 1 1 1 i i PERUNA in Your Home ' a. Pe-ro- o The Family Safeguard y re-vie- dj - ad-an- d -- re-dicta- tes Children Cry k CASTORIA , X LOCAL 2 L'.HEH'i.Hi K. Pennington. DenDr. tist, will be in Brodhead Monday, March 4th, for week, tf. M tnteanertBggfrii - mi 79 The wav to run a one- - price MT.VLRNON SIGNAL score is to seli each item to every Green sui.s fur y.juug men at customer at the same identical Mr. Vkkxon Kv. Fob 22 igis Fih's bee B y. Ebertun In lit. Ver- pi ice. The minute you make one exception you make a doubt. non if you want photos. wnni toComaul in, customer, and the mtm you o -. wilhSKiNAL . Every Warnings Stamp you fa h fi buy helps to keep the Huns out 'doubt you " mm it aianannl "in to 79 Lous Landrum, former editor TF. Pannington, dentist, of Danville Messenger, died at w;'.l be in Brodbead NOTICE. Monday, a hospital there, Monday last March 4th, for two weeks, All Dersons indebted to me after several months illness. loutsv LLt fi Nashville R R Co. tf. will please call and settle their He was for many years ownTIME TABLE. The (J or mans were not happy er and editor of the Lancaster account at once, either by uh 5.21pm until ihei iZot Russia, am? they Record and one of the best 01- note. This means you if yea nortn .... 3:if a m will be still less happy II nortn ur.tii known newspaper men in the owe me. ii:44 a id tnev jret rid of it. J souta J. S. Rowe State 12:13 a m South 3'SAVE the nickels, the dimes all these troubled Three important bill are now AkTent lAS. L,ANIiKV, and the ji irtera and invest In I pending before the present Leg r 5 Ton Moline For Sale: times, when manufacturNo. 8. THRIFT siamps. Una o e every islatore. nronosiiiir addition and Pitless wagon scale. Cau be day air! 10a Will learn to uve, .r. bangea in our road laws. The-- seen at Langford, Kj ers of had .r'l t Mm Mt :naii n rster. ik .( 'ou'd be passed as their pas For any information call on T. Onr Hon Fred plausible excuses to ease-u- p wouW "dd oig stimulus to S. Brannaman or write C. W. Cornelia, has introduced bill I, PKKS a little on quality, the to allow Maniatratea 5a ?)er day re" building in the mountains, Molloan. 4456 Louisville Ave, inasmuch it is proposed to pay Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Bny Betitly hi riaititg instead of (3 for attending Fis 75 percent, nf the Boat of high Feb. cal four' m dings. the family of K. A. Sparka. amya in above counties, from ( hsjkmA practical joker called up the ir, bone from I.vi-:The following is the list of state aid . instead of 50 per telepliooe operator UHBOK and said: 1kvs who will report to the Local Ills folks p Phclbv to ' . cent as at present Write jour "Hello, Central. Give me He v Board Sunday afternoon at 8:30 . i 1 Moliie Hark is bete f nm Senator and Itepp sentathre to have kept the faith with their miland will entrain for Camp Tayen a vi.--it to bnane-- f en,'' but tint isn't whit slu gave favor and work for these bills. lions of staunch friends never him. lor Monday at 12:3o p. m. This It. wavering one bit from the high John Nicety, who Ives at tie hst completes Rockcastle's quota On" of the most interesting is with Vrs. Mathew F!na-character of workmanship and maold Pureell place about two miles for the first call. The list is as rehuivea in Lcaiavtlle f l r a fear letters from any of the ' boys" out on the Brodhead terial you hare always known. pike is in follows: yet pnbliabt in the Signal, is days for a satisfactory selection from the poultry raisiag business on a Grover C. Hatcher, John Pleasthat from Camp Zachary Taylor Jaanh? Thompeon araa it homo the largest and most complete to be found iu this issue. Read big scile. He has now about i3 ant Weaver, James Irvine Hib-bar- d, from Camp Taylor during tie; stock of overalls and jackets come hens and getting on an average John F Berry, William B. it. u .; to of six dozen eggs every day Griffin Walter f Owens, Willie Come prepared to have vour who has been Mrs. T. N X which means about $3.00 every Renner, Jesse T. Fish, Arthur nlm-t- .,..! M ..,,!.. U.. r T.i Tl ni sick for several weeks, is reported Trtrmv7m pnotorrapher, daj from these hens. During the Blauton, Jeff Hiues, Freddie better Richard B. Mullins, who will be in Mt. Vernon, Mon- - extreatt cold weather these hens Baker, laies Anna IVH Stewart is d;ly. Feb. 25th. for one day only laved from three to five dozen Everett C. Watson, John Oliver, every day and these were sold at Sam Halcornb. unending ; Jkis in li)dM w o Jesse Kirby, ...TA Min . . v!.,?.... i I .i 111 i i Ul" IK: -- " iter uozen. tUn rwiz rr. .i I'U ' iiio wi UIC Ualeigh Elmer French, William v.l Freed; m section died Saturday autn.g rliPn n .,0 to i, . , Master Filters Mokes. pen of 3.50 every David Chasteen, Sam W. D. Pat-te. 01 iuoe:euiosis. . rw iie naa oeoii .i.. mj .niua 1is a nustier ana nas a Bogie H. Parsons, Oscar Mr sun Mrs. John ill Stokes . . iv 111 UIICICI IHJIU LIl.ll UII'JUl'll paying propoition. Shermam Owens, Ben Har is oi the rich bst soase for nearly a year and Mis. L'hnrle H McKenrieand loaves a husband and three lit Kohkrts. Thomas N.Roberts, risen Dyer, Fred Shearer, IrleMirtoeiSSEfi anautg son. at Lynchbnrg, Va , tie one. aged nfry nine, for many years vine Denny, James A. Hasty, THE STORE THAT SEUS TOR CASH Camp are mi,i .olativos here. a prominent merchant of Dan William R. Parson (to Dr Walters, dentist, is located ;,s-- - Ktiio! Davis has Tille. died Thursday night in Grant, 111,) Robert L. Warren, returned over D G. an ' '' B' Baker's store. Somerset at the borne of his Other McClure, Lee Roy Hamilfit m an extandad isit with rela-tiThe Danville Advocate says: SOME STRAFING. Preparations are being made' brother after a lingering illness, ton, Everett Turlty Mullins. : in Indiana and Ohio. A traveling man aitting at to start up the crushing plants at Burial will take place in Belle- - With these boys goes Fred .V. Handed iu by J. W. Gentrv. one of the front second-storiks Nell Carter, of Lebanon llnllina vne cemetery. Mr. Roberts lived Manson Gentry who regis.Jui. riin. has been with alias Sparks Quarry and at East St. Louis, Ills. windows of the Gilcher Hotel right away The Mt Vernon in Danville for many ytars,dur-in- tered in Newton, Iowa and on Rath Muiiiiis during the Week busily knitting presented a most qnarry lias been busy all winter which time he made scores his request is mobilized in My Tuesdays are meatless. Rut us I o'an fell un!er a wag. unusual sight (for this section) and will continue The Crnsh?r of warm friends, and was a citi- Camp Taylor. W7illiams R. ParMy Wednesdays are wheatless. n load of coal Bear Fine Hill to passersby. Many paused, at Chester, Tennessee will also zen any city would be glad to sons goes to Camp Grant for the I'm getting more eatless every smiled, and continued Monday and h:.d his ankle brokon their he i in Chicago and be put h cnaamisaioa soon claim. A few years ago he be- reason day; en. way after viewing with more or My home is heat ess, See Dr Walters, dentist, office gan to decline in health, and would be a hardship on him to less curiosity a Our jjo d friend Theodore Par over U G. Hickory, Oak and PerMy bed is sbeetless, and a half years have to come to Mt. Vernon. Baker's store, if vou abort th.-eman resting his feet in sons nd wife, of the ,, Buckeye Roy Hamilton goes on his ago he retired from busines and Lee They're all sent to the Y. M . the window ucru u enal work. simmon Logs (k Blocks, while two knitting section are o.ii stid on the sicn request. He was not drafted. went to Somerset to make his C. A. The ladies of the Red Cross also HicKorv and White needles held in his hands, conhst. The barroom is treatless, Dr. M. K. Pennington, dentist, ving finished sewing or. all gar home. Mr. Roberts is survived tinuously dodged and darted at Cashier F L- Thompson jr , Oak Rived Spokes. by one My coffee is sweetless, will be in Brodhead Monday, me'ts lur whieh 'bV had cloth, Mr. J. brother and one sister each other. However, it is not wont into the citv vesierdav af . Roberts of Somerset, March 4th, for two weeks, Bach day 1 get poorer and an uncommon yesterday as thing in ihe east temaaai to see tOC Lig parade dlded to and Mrs. Alex Lusk, of Corbin. tf. wiser; ;ingday f r themselves and ihey to see men knitting on interurban Tor pricM call on or write Danville Advocate. My stockings are feetless, did. They changed the program or railway trains; and even the Ray Clontz and Prof. Wiilie Tommy Roberts was a native My trousers areseatless, a "bit' by all bringing lunches policemen have taken up knittTurner, Day & Woilworth Owens left Tuesday for Harlan of Rockcastle. He clerked for My Gawd bow I do hate the ing on their beats, thus contribuL'i&dksufficient to have plenty for their H Otter who ran business for county to dig some black d;a Kaiser. ting to the war, and at the time husbands and sweet hearts J. Handle Co, moods. years where J. Fish & Son now 'preserving the peace." The They not only made the day prof Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Xiceley en 'itable but pleasant as well, and hdls down the corner. Mr. For Sale: Cedar post, suita- policemen in the east were London, Kentucky ble for vineyards aud poulty taught the art bv the Red Cross ter ained the Graded School fac eSDecisllV the lunch himr wlipn Roberts went from here to girls. New York City boasts of Jan 18 tf and later to Danville yards. nlty at their home last Frtiaj the leanir' halves all appeared J. L. Nicblky, many "nattv, knitting Feb. 15 2t. Mt. Vernon, BLy. evening. jand tl,oroUghly enjoyed the The women of Brodhead have W, H. Fish and sou, Wil- - ligbttul lunch. Our good women been busy for the past month liam, returned yesterday from a enjoy their Red Cross work and sewing for the Red Cross. We weeks stay with relatives in the only regret is that they do sew all day Thursday and Friday Cardui. the woman's London. tonic, helped Mrs. Wilnot have cloth to keep the work of each week, at the Masonic liam Eversole, of Hazel U. 0. Baker was in Louisville going hall. We have a very comfort Patch, Ky. Read what nust of the week buying sprirg Card ok Thanks: We sin able place, the hall being well she writes: "I bad a goods for his mammoth main cerely appreciate the kindness lighted and sufficiently heated. general breaking-dow- n shown us by friends and neighof my health. I was in street store. The High School Girls have bors during the bed for weeks, unable to Mrs. E ft. Gentry is at home of daughter, Mrs illness and death offered thir services and Prof 1 Walter Daniels get up. had sucb a this week and Mr. Gentry is During such trying hours, the Pilkenton has been so generous weakness and dizziness, from Camp Talor to kindness and sympathy ex- as to let them donate one after. . . and the pains were pressed through acts and words noon of each week for the benefit very severe. A friend spent Sunday. and those who really shared with of Red Cross to d me I had tried everyThey are Tom Branaman had the mis us our sorrows, means more making towelssewing. thing else, why not and handkerchiefs. fortune to get his arm broken than we can express. Cardui?... 1 did, and They have material for makinj? Wednesday when hauling cross soon saw it was helping W. D. Payne and family. 25 dozen handkerchief and 12 me . . . After 12 bottles, tie near Langford. MADE IN MT. VERNON Get that new Spring Cap at dozen towels. I am strong and well." George Owens was in Harlan Fish's. We cordially invite the ladies NOW ON THE MARKET during the week. George is TAKE of our town and surrounding There will be special services figuring on going to Harlan to at the Christiam Church Sunday neighborhood io come and join us start a picture show. evening for the be s who are to in our benevolent work. It seems Joe Blackburn, of the Skeggs entrain for Camp Taylor, thirty that no one could refuse to give Creek section has just closed a Because it is fresh and clean one, in all. E R. Gentry will one day , if not two, for this work, ten day session sinking school beat brant from Camp and will when our boys are having to Because is pure and wholesome. at the Red Hud Sch el House. make an address, his subject to spend seven days a wee in the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Burton of be, "Be A Because it is ground right Life Saver." He will trenches If you have a boy there the Rose Hill sect.on are the describe the Y. M. C. A. woik you should be all the more interThe Woman's Tonic proud parents of a new boy which and as far as possible it is hoped ested. If you have no son enBecause is made from Rockcastle's at their home a few days that the fathers and arrived Do you feel weak, dizmothers of listed, other mother's sons, there dryest. whitest and best com ago. zy, worn-ou- t? Is your the boys who are to leave Mon- are fighting your battles; fighting Lieut. Elijah L. Scott, sen of day and those alreadv in the ser that vou might enjoy the liberty lack of good health caused Prof, and Mrs. John Scott, of the vice, are urged to be present at and freedom which this grand na- from any of the comFreedom section of this county, this meeting. Will begin prompt tion of ours gives to every one plaints so common to is located at Ft. Williams, Maine. ly at 7:3fjatthe Christian Church. Should not that son feel as near women? Then why not He enlisted as a private 3 ears to you as his mother? So come give Cardtd a trial? It To Whom it May Concern: ago and has been across the along and bring your dinner and should surely do for yen On Aug. 3i iqi7, 1 purchased sea once. spend one day with us and you what it hss done for so from B F. Cummins and Vadie will enjoy it so that you'll want to many thousands of other Willie Adams, who has been Cummins, his wife, a tract et women who suffered it home ince Feb. 1st, will return land for which I executed a note come back the next day. It will for $3o0 due Aug 31 -- 1918, with do you good to have a diversion should help you back to Lakes lein next Tuesday to Great retained on property to se from your home health. Naval Training School to resume cure payment. dutiet. We are Recently I have Ask some lady friend making hospital bed shirts and his duties as a wireless operator found that Mrs. Cumrairs is not who has taken Cardui. He is the oldest son of Mr. and 21 years of age ind as the deed inyone can learn to make them delivered to me is not a warranty by closely following the instructShe will tell you how it Mrs Aba Adams of this place, deed. I shall refuse to pay said ions: helped her. Try Cardui. and a fine voung man note until 1 get a warrant of title The Chapter of this place has B F. Eberhart, the to said property. Any one who had donated $25 by Mrs. PilkenPhotos: All Druggists London photographer will be in might buy said note from B F. ton and a numoer of girls and Mt. Vernon, Monday, Feb. 25th. Cummins is hereby advised ac- boys. We want to thank them J. a? for one day only to make all kinds cordingly. for this and assure them that it a spec of photos, soldier pictures A. L. Thompson. will be spent in the proper way. ialty. Crab Orchard, R. 3. Mrs. W. F. Cartsr. Dr M ST r5T 01 your own hune. K. For Sale One Thirty horsa power Boiler u; 4 Engine im gutd condition. S. T. Proctor. OBRYAN o E V A L L The Same 3 - Good Quality You Have Always Known! Through If OBRYAN I ond-oi- a i. !'' ta . have plenty rcpre-ent-ttivr- , just T. makers of - v fu-ids- O'BRYAIMS ,y NAM I U . ItT OBRYAN HEADQUARTERS ' - 1 11 I n-- -- 11 I rT, n. . Mc-Xell- y, -- v y g Timber ( WANTED I full-grow- n, e able-bodie- d ; i - sew-loda- v j Bar-bourvil- le 1 Sick M Eslps de-Mr- j j Women j j ex-pec:- ed w Bryants Bolted Meal BUY IT it BUI it It Costs No More and its a whole lot better Ask Your Merchant For IT - I Com missioner s Sale Crown Overall Mfg. Co.. et a ridge; Rockcastle Circuit Court al.. LOUISVILLE "l :: v: Plaintiffs Commissioner's Sale rv s - in Mien. Admix. . tnl.. Defend i nt T. n ' ra n b I, a T Tv sa .ml.i UJ fik L - DM11 innII1.1UI at fc aactR 11 i r 4--i i r'rtue of a judgment and or-iof :;'(? of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January tena th' of, 1 . in the above eaore sh:" ' nrTeed to offer for sale at h" ' icp JooT ;n Ml. Vernon, Xy.. COn to the highest bidder, at public auc- f- " 91-8- 1 ti'-- n f service for the sa;'l county, between AV 60 W 16 poles to a stake i n same; H hours of I o'clock r. m. and 3 o'elocl thence N 50 W 46 poles to the be p. St.. unon a cred;t of s;x months. ginning, containing nli -. th- - following described property, to- For the purchase price the purSllIX ay) ( Nut wit : must execute bond, with apchaser One traet of 'and located m Rock proved surety, bearing legal iniere.t and ainecl cast'.e Countv. Kv.. on th water? of from the day of sale, until paid, and Crw ked Crook, and bounded ?s fol having the force and effect of a judgl.,.. ; isf '0" the north bv ihc Hnds of ment. Bidders will be prepared to I 11 Vffc 1 W"l'"in Alcorn and M. Mull'r.: or complv promptly with these terms. and Customers, generally, by nice, courteous treat nnnt and honest methods. t'v. - v, the Inrds of Mar? Unci1 G. S. GRIFFIN, Waiter Commissionon ho south bv the l?.nds or .. er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Hi ... .i. ". BfeCTes': on the west by the 1,v h lvin? ',,leIlt-vu: 1,l,,;,ev t() "1 m f l?nds of William Alcorn and Commissioner s bale aad tike care of our 50 acres." upjiy For the purchase nrice th- par- customers. Rockcastle Circuit Court chaser must execute bond, w:h apPlaintiffs proved serety. bearing lecal Interest Charles Howard, Etc vs. Commissioner's Sale the Any of sale, until p.id. rnd of beneis for Defendants having t0 force and effect of a Judg- Mary E. Howard, Etc will be rrepared to B'dders ment of all people of By virtue of a judgment and or- oromntly with these ter-n-,.,.ril1-G. S. (fUUFFIN, Mter Commission- der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit ! t Court, rendered at the April Term. Circuit Court. er, Rcckc-i'-tlA R H 1917, thereof, in the above cause, I i shall proceed to offer for sale at the I.. W.UMMlJnw Commissioner's Sale court house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., SalMcriirtion orders al tins cooilnned rate may be to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Rnekcnstle Circuit Court sent to ilic oftiee of ill-- ' SIGNAL Plaintiff MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 S. F. Bowman Commissioner's Sale vs. being the regular County Court day agent. ilic Courier-Journm to V. Richard Proctor and Thula for the said county, between the Defendants hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and S o'clock Proctor p. m., upon a credit of six months, By virtue of a iudnrnent and or- the following described property, 5! der of snle of the Rockcastle Circuit One tract of land located in Rockrourt rendered at January 1918 tern thereof, in the above cause, for the castle County, Ky., near Brodhead snm of K.191.00, with interest at the and bounded and described as folper cent, V rite of 6 dn.v of per annumS from lows: "Beginning at a gum in a the first Jnni"v. 191 unti1 fence row southeastwardly from H. A OF na:d. snd h;s cost herein, I shall G. Howard's house, it being a corfy rrceed to for sale at the ner to both tracts of Howard, and house door ;'T Mt. Vernon, Kv.. to also a corner to James H. Albright; rl the highest bidder, at public auction. thence by a copy of the bond from Kutchings to Howard, N 49 W 103 on W MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7. I1 ooles to a stake with biased pointers, Countv Court liri-iho the old corner gone; thence S 76 V for th" sn.id county, between the f.l poles to stake with pointers i hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'elocV W. M. Lewis' line; thence with twe cred't of six mont i, m.. unon S described property, t: lines of his S 37 2 W 41 0 thm following poles to a stake with a hickory and i'A !' !. K A 1. I. PAT K N of other pointers, her two chestnut oak bidder, pointers now down: thence N 52 On? tract of land located in Roc iest!e County. Ky., on the waters of VV 42 poles to a stake with a acres, 1 mile of Miller Rnndston Crk, and bounded : hickory and other pointers on a steer fo'lows: "On the north by the land h'Hside. a corner also to John Ross' well fence, residence of n. L. Holcomb: on the erst by the deed, in Mis. Lewis' line: thence D O A 'nv'.. of John McNew and the Lagare Ross' line S S6 W 27 poles .0 s never-fali- n over heirs; on the south bv the lands stske and stone pile where the b!ac': M. McNew. an-- ' oak corner to two of Howard's tracts GarfteM Clark and J. I Dixie-Boo- ne all ideal place is on the we?t by the lands of Fie stood ; thence on with the second Parrett, eontaiiuns; 75 acres, more or tract S 19 W S6 poles to : less." Or sr.fncient thereof to nro in a fence row where a stone BRiNG US YOLT. PRESCRiP TIONS duce the sums of money so ordered ;s called for. but gone; thence with to be mde. Mrs. Lawrence's line S 67 2 E 35 To Pleas Ygu, Plscies Us For the purchase nrice the nrr poles to a stake, a corner to old chaser must execute bond, with Mrs. Lawrence and T. C. Bfarler, surety, bearing leeal rntere 1 now W. II. Albright; thence with the all acres, from th diy tff sale, nntd mid. anr' Albright line S 83 E 170 pole having the force and effect of a jrd to a stake on the east side of the fenced. well ment. B;dder will be nrepc-e- H county road to Brodhead, 2 corner nromntly with these terms. :'lso to Jas. Roberts; thence his lint. 1 will also sell TWO TOWN LOTS, one on Richmond Street. 90 feet front, 235 feet Master Commission- N 27 G. S. C,RJ"FIN E at 7 poles with th" cent.T. VERNCN. KY Thone 33 er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. 2 ter of the county road, in :'U 49 deep, good barn ami water. 8BGOSD LOT on Miiu Street, known as Davis poles to the beginning, containing 0. C. Williams and Fritz Krueger, 40 feet front, running back to Old Main Street' (two tracts in or.ol ninety-eigh- t (98) C ommisnoner s acres. r.'ice the pur I For the purchr-sRoeker Oo r;"ci!it Co""t 'baser nrist exe nta bond, with an p Plnintifff nroved surety, bearing :eral inures' W. RovneHn. Rte Commiioner's S"le vs. sale, nnttl paid, ON'K STALLION. Defendant: from the rlnjr of and effect of a judg hos. Eans, Etc the force . trtdTment , and or ment. Bidders will be prepared t comply promptly with Black and White Points, known as the of the Rockenatle Cirenil G. S. GRIFFIN," Master these term? lor of sale Commission 15i hands high and the hire of many term '"ot'.rt rendered at the January er, Rockcastle Circuit Court. Tom Brown Jack thereof, 1918. in the above cause I good colts. to offer for sale at th" hnll nroceed C ommissioner s Salt old Mules, broke to work, Milch Cows. 'oivt hotse fir tv in Vt. Vmn. Ky p C:io highest snd best bidder, a' that nvi! lime and lab r aud 2year-oIds- , "I Black Hone, niaft years old, nnWie auction, on Rockcastle Circuit Court dttthe arerk better, anMiuite T KONOAY, FSBWARY tS. ItlS Bay Mare, 6 years old, Yearlings. Ed Smith Plaintiff ' ( ;i feature in our varied and beinjf the regular County Court diy ;v. vs. "I Sucking Calf, Geldings, 4 years old, 'or the sa;d connty, between th' Z. R. Brock. Etc Defendants complete stock of Hardware. ."..- " head of l"u'. hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and I o'clrcV yearling mules, and Commissioner's Sale "H ftft , tit rv. upon a erod't of six months - Ed Smith Plaintiff" W have everything for 1 Bay Mare, 2 years old, 'h- - following described property, tovs. kitchen ate in the line of n u. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: Howard Helton, Etc Defendant? O'-ilocated tmt of tnd 0, 'Yai in Rock- i. Fans, Kettles, Cutlery. 1 Mowing Machine, McCormick, 1 Twollor-- e Wagon, 4.i "? 0, ,,,,. By rirtne of a judgment and or . brashes. Knives MeatChop''i:r..-.rfren'-1 Sering Wagon, 1 Dim Harrow, rv hounded as der cf sale of the Rockcastle Circui t "tfczinnbig on a stone be- Court, rendered at the January term pers, etc and a good many 1 Hill Side Plow. t: v 75 bbls. Corn, tween white ot: pndTV spotted oak 1918. thereof, in the above consolir snot-tearticles t'nat we are :s 6 th 1 A Harrow, mniHns P 250 Bales Hay. dated causes, for the sum of $84 16 ' oak; then-- - S '9 W 2. noles t with legal interest from Norcsabei wing are recently intro S 3'J W 31 poles to fl ?5, 19 '.('. i bl"ck Sale of everything will take place on the Miller Farm, beginning at 1) o'clock A. M. rrainst the defendants. Z. elites that should white oak: R 68 W 14 poles to I R. Brock. Etc., and his cost herein saplings on the road side-- 'nd for the sum of 2 0 0 . with 8 pe" , be ni our borne. hestn't CQ balance in RurnH and lot will be sold oue third roles to two h:ckories; R cent interest from the 17th dav of 2ft K 1 S 19 February. 1917, until paid, subj-three equal piyinsnt of one, tw m I 5 W ..R noles to a blnck oaV; years, an birusg interest fro n date. Live Stock -- y r 'o n credit of SKO. p id Pol vil. be H on a credit of 6 m :iths with approved MVttf an I baring legil interest from date Toles to a stake; thence S 17 E 46 1914, against the defendant Sowar' ' - WJC elf tf p chestnut oak in Thos. Helton, and his cost herein expended u ut i i paid. TTe?d's line: W 22 E '6 rie'es to tvvc sh:'1 proceed to offer for sale at orvs nar a drain; thence 'he court house door in Mt. Vernon, ...j.v, j.: bead's line to 1 stone Ky., to the highest bidder, at public rnrlton and Da-- ir' earner; NIEM auction, on oles to a chesti vt: thenc" q north-v.-eMONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1913 KY. direction to the b -- ;riinr cor- bein,r the regular County Court day ner, supposed to contiin 75 acres, for the said county, between th the same more or less." hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'elocV $fc jk : yt & . $$ For the purchase nrice the rur p. m., upon a cred't of six morV mn?t eavnfee bnd, with heser fclw following described property, to page Continued froni surety, bearing leal i"teres wit: of sale, untd naid. and the e Two tracts of land located in The world ijrown impitient. t. having the force and effect of a County, Ky., and bounded as Bidders will be prepared to follows: was not made in one day, but wp j j eoninhr nrmritly w'th these terms. Tract No. 1, on the waters of will deliver the goods as fast as G. S. GRIFFIN, Master Commission- Fenfroe's Creek, bounded on north I I C'rcuU Cou" t. er, Roclrcr.-t- l re get it D not get in a hurry by the lands of Per Ttigsby and Mrs Tames Moore; on the east bv the Asfvr as learning the power of Ei lands of Joe Smith and S. H. Helton ; gjj ommissioner s Sale tti on the South by the lands of A. C. speech wp learned that y ems ago Menifee and on the West by the at. old Level Oreen. As io the COMPLETE ! LINE M Rockcastle Circuit Court tends of John S. Belcher and Janus Plaintiffs Moore, containing 212 acres. J. H. Ward. Etc we will adtime to keep s.lent, Coffins, Caskets and Robes O'TV & 'v,A& A.wf! vs. Commissioner's Sile Tract No. 2. Bounded on the mit we are a grea and have Defendants north by the lands of James Brock, M?mie Ward, Etc Matt Telegrapn or leie- . on the East by the lands of Stokes always got an answer lor our Brod: phone'f orders Promptly Ul 8 Bv virtue of a iudfrment and or Helton; on r--e the South by A. C. Mon-'fe- head; friend. Of course we are f ho Poekeastle r?r"iif der r.f -D. on the West bv the . . "LI Filled Co'irt. reitdred it th Jennery tetw Y. Brock, and containinglands of 30 not as wiae as souse, yet there about 1918, thereof, in the above cause, I acres. never has risen a man from the ice shall nroceed to offer for sale at the to produce court boose door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., theOr sufficient thereofordered to be pine clad hills of Negro Creek, sums of money so t to the and best bidder, at made. where the placid waters pour berjnblio auction, on davs to the year, and we sure Prussian murderous rule will be For the purchase price the purMONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1918 of chaser must execute bond, with ap- tween the lofty peaks, where our obey the injunction taught in the no p ore. Kaiser Bill will be debeinp the rerular Countv Court day proved surety, legal interest for the sa'd county, between th from the dpy ofbearinguntil paid, and friend first saw the light, where scriptures, by the sweat of thy throned and peace and good will, sale, does hours of 9 o'clock n. m. and 3 o'clock having the force and effect of a judg- the wind blows melancholly music face shall thou eat bread. We will reign on earth. n. m.. unon a credit of six months, ment. Bidders will be prepared to -through the tree tops, where the believe that all occupations are th following described prpperty, to comply promptly with these terms. INDIGESTION. wn: 1 kewise wild cat arouses the peace slum- honorable, if they are upheld by G. S. GRIFFIN, Matter Commissionthe progressive farmer; and, too, One tract of land located in Rocker, Rockcastle Circuit Court. bfMUMS bers et the folks in that section We Take a fed doses of Chamberwoman. the wide-awak- e castle County. Ky., on the waters of laws and good people, Roundstone Creek, and bounded as with its bloodcurdling screams, the state lain's Tablets as directed for in- shall he glad to initiate people into details follows: "Beginning at a stake in we all look at it in the same as it ascends to the summit of the and of keeping a checking account, center of county road, corner to B. should happen to diSestion' and you will soon for A. Riddle in line of the Roundstone peaks, where the light, unless he neighboring get about your stomach troubles. WE WILL BK GLAD TO TAKE YOUR ORDER to the upper tens. We beLand Co. survey; thence N 14 W hoot" owl mounts on a dead belong 112 poles to a hickory stump on the Thomas Jefferson was Try it. FOR THE NKW LlHHRTY LOAN BONDS. bank of a branch, corner to same limb on a gigantic cak and cries lieve that parties; thence S 72 W 83 poles to a father of the Democratic party who! who! as if he was on the tbe poplar stump, corner to same parties Christopher Columbus with hickorv and black oak pointers; L. W. BETNURIM first watch of the night, that has and that 4 W 23 poles to a thence S 86 ATTORNEY AT LAW ..nvthinff on us. We believe every discovered America, that Cyrus lnrere beech, corner to B. A. Riddle MT VBRNON, RY until he proves Fields laid the Atlantic cable, that the Roundstone Land Co.; thence rnd man is a gentleman S 84 W 27 poles to a buckeye, cor-- ; near future America, Will practice in all the courts. o--- e in the otherwise. We work twelve hours ner to same parties; S 61 W 42 poles Office on Church Street to a small hickory, corner to same NDERTAKEK and EM BALMEB out of every twenty four and France England and Italy, wfl 83 parties: thence S 44 4 W 47 poles in Germany and the seven days to the week, and 365 make a drive to a white oak corner to B. A. Kid- dl and Logan Wardlow, on top of j w'jJktl Dailv Bv Mail N SO E 28 pola to a st".le; then-9 v 119 to a suil.e; tnorice . fi . i'o :,oie behv? the tegular County Court day to a stake in same road; thenc N r.n -.,.-, rr-tn";p- thence W IS poles tw stake in middle of Copper Creek road, corner to B. A. Kiddle and Charley Phdlips; thence with said load S 45 E 18 poles to a stake in same road; thence S 45 E 48 poles to a stake in the same road; thence S 2 E 48 poles to a stake in the saase road; thence S 60 E 12 poles '..o a stake in road; thence S 40 E 10 poles to a stake in same; thence S 'i 0 E 46 poles to a stake in same, where Harrieane road intersects the Copper Creek road a the head of Harrieane; thence N 7J E 38 poles to a stake in the center of the Harrieane road; thence N 38 E 9 poles A MESSAGE TO YOU EXPERIENCE, POPULARITY and PREPAREDNESS is the secret of the success of PEOPLES BANK H :n Iflt fill 0 ui (UJMUtflU "1n sanec' ' Our ExD6"inc6 anil Saferom years Banking. zi bv Our Popularity which we to our &0 sal Depositors action .,- : tJ con-tr.inh- n "c Your Hoi: Pap;r and the Best Know - Ciiv J Ul Dr If fit G)JaryiJl the oo IGDO Daily Newspaper This Section. m The PEOPLFS BANK W - . the convenience and Rockcastle County. G O An Exceffent Combination e TC US W." c. cox. al xxs to-wi- t: COMPLETE LINK i WsaLw Lf SCHOOL TABLETS STATIONARY DRUGGIST SUNDRIES or I WILL ON I r -"- n-ular d-- y a rs 35-10- rnd ay,MARCH 1 st, 1 91 8 to-wi- TANfl LAC V 1- -2 1- -2 2 -- NOL I ' OFFER FOR SALE to the highest about 100 my farm Mt. Vernon, ani known as the Farm. This east farm has a good and and outbuilding, under wire watered by three 333 p:a:h and apple springs. Hi? t:ees, bearing, lo:ateio.i Higrvay and an for any one desiring to engage extensively in fruit and stock raising. SECOND TR AC T, known as the ADAMS FARM, near No. Tunnel. About 60 practically under cultivation, watered and S.-ir-a lot-betwee- -2 1- 6-- d LEAD R. n MILLER DRUGGIST CL2S 1- -4 -- 1- -2 1-- Set ZX1: e WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK: tt REX PEAVINE, JR., " ONE JACK, Handy Kitchen Utensils :' m I 5 3 2 2 mtm tn: j 'KO h ,-- 2 -- i 4 30 i : . - ? fol-..-- " , ,.0T-r,- or 1 d n-- k. TEI&VI3 OF S'L ; ea-di- t'lre j T Mt. Vernon, c. c. t r he-tn- ut H. C. fONES, st Auctioneer. w. a, Mckenzie, MT. VERNON. gpi: Opoosite Court House LIVINGSTON f'-o- d-'- V it Rock-"nstl- jndflf-men- SSAiVVILUS OWENS UNDERTAKER jlpg yoywyxfll Brodhead Ky c a kjooo S oooii1 S3SS Progressive PeopTe m e: iWVH3 1 business man knows THE value and convenience yc$pcX&C& hi,,-h"f- the a Checking Account; so up to date professional man; J. C.McCLARY I The Banfe, of Mf. Vernon i pc&jc'9&c$ aaooo 1-- STANFORD, KY. 1 jjfxeDicxSesc , ,