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Mount Vernon signal: March 15, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918031501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 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 yit ffiWtftitfct MT. VERNON. 9w3LV' MARCH 15 1918 livni! ESTABLISHFT 1887 Hflra VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NUMBK -- ". $ - ' .dltiififiiiiiiMiiwiu, E. R. GENTRY Who is in Mt. Vemou for a few days' stay before leaving for the Wester fiont. Mr. Gentry will leave Mt. Vernon, Monday, for Xtw York and w ill sail immediately for Franee. He is one of 200 Y. If. C. A Secretaries who have volunteered in response to an tirjr- nt call for men at once. The American Army Y. M. U. A. has been asked to furnish x me 2 at once for service in France pmong French and Ameri- men per week until the immediate Arauea, and twenty-fivla supp ied. The 200 must report in New York by March 20th The t wishes of Mr Gentry's host of admiring friends will with him and their prayers will be for his safe return, if not re, when the great world struggle is over. Mrs. Gentry will with him as far as New York. jro e Ix-s- BR OD Mrs Finer Thomas and child- len. of Forest Citv, X C , are with her brother, Dr. W F. Carter r.d& family. Mr. Thomas is a basket in Forest City, and ws bote Wednesday or his way f re m Mich , where he had pur chased a Hudson Six and was driving it thru in company with Monday and Tuesdiy evenings there will be singing at the church and everybody, especially the children, are cordially invited to Mrs W. E. Gravely re attend. turned home Thursday of last week from her old home in ginia, where she hid been visiting for several weeks. Mr and Mrs. .J.C.Moore, and M H. C Gentry, several other parties rfcth new of Mt. Vernon, attended ths revi lines Mr. and Mrs. Chas val at the Baptist church, Thurs Pike, of Corbin. were with his day evening of last week. -- Chas. father, the Row A J. Pike, last Brown has sold his stock of arctic levival at the Baptist general merchandise at Quail, to charch rinsed Tharadsj ng ht of D. L- Dillingham, and will devote week with about thirty-fivhis attention to farming this year or forty additions. R' Wallace Miss Flizabeth Gravely, who is a fee prtacher and much good has been attending school at Mid are done by hi earneat efforts dlesboro, is at home for a few A little boy of Mr. and Mrs R.H days. Harrv Adkinson died last fjicks died Friday and after short Friday of consumption. Mr. Ad services conducted at the Christ- - kinson lived with his family on ian church by Rev. A .1 Pike aud the farm of the late G E Painter, Eld. L. S. Bowling, the remains and had only been confined to his were laid to rest in the Christian bed a short time. He leaves a church cemetery. This child had widow aud several small children, bien an invaiid most all his life - Mr and Mr., John Pike, of Leba- resultsng from an attack of brain non Junction, were with his par- trouble which rendered him to- ents, Rev and Mrs. A J Pike, this tally blind. The bereaved ones week. Frank Reynolds received be the sympathy of their many a message from his sister, Mrs. friends in their distress A re. Frank Bowman, of Cincinnati, vital will begin at the Christian stating that her husband was inchurch next Wednesday evening stantly killed there while working Eld. J vY. Masters will do the in a paper mill, and he left and will be assisted by day afternoon for Cincinnati Vir-Detroit. --- The e H EAD thePastor- - Mr. L.N. Bowling. On Mr. and Mrs. James Engle, of Corbin, were with Mr a d Mrs.! Mm Masters pt'J urn Sulphur during1 the week. --J.W.Tate is quite si k ihis wet k, bis ilhuss being of la very serious nature Master Lee Cars; n is reported quite ick thw week C H Frith 'old about iou acres of land near ium Sulphur to J ( E igle, of v'orbin, for nine hundred dollars the first et the week. Mr Eagle will likely bui d a residence on this tract of land some time next summer and means to move to it next fall. Mr. and Mrs Douglas Roberts, of Junction City, where the guests of lit r aunt, Mrs. J.Li. Cass, during the week. Fiith Bros divided or rather settled up the estate of th ir father, T. . iVith, deceased, this week, and have made deeds to each other sarhtfactorf to themselves. In the settlement Maurice Frilh gets ihe residenre property where he occOptea and a farm cf 140 acres in the Hiatt Tilden Frith ft tains the house and t where he now lives on Main street and sells the remainder of his property toC H Frith, consideration not known, and C. H. Frith gets the rest of the estate, including several pieces of very valuable town property and several hundred acres of farming and timber land. We understand that our good friend, L.B Hilton, of Stanford, is now driving an Overland car and is letting his black horse and run. about buggy take a much needed rest. Robert Cass was with his sisters, Mrs.L, B Hilton and Mrs. lironston Elder, at Stanf jrd, during the week. Mr and Mrs W.H. Anderson were with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Anderson, in Garrard, Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Hurt is laid up with a genuine case of rheumatism, and at present is unable to hardly O. R. Cass turn himself in bed is now holding down the second trick operator's place while Hurt is sick, and R. D. Hutcheson is working third trick for Cass. 1 W. A. Carson was in Mt Vernon, Wednesday, between trains. Master Lee Robins, who has been attending school here for the past several weeks, was called home Saturday on account of the serious illness of his little brother, who is not expected to recover. Mrs W. D Cummins, of Quail, is with her daughter, Mrs.U.B Cass, this week James Wallin is mov-- ! ing nis tamiiy to tne Jear prop- BUY NOW! Before It's All Gone PER POUND MR erty on Main street, and O. A. Frith is moving into the K. H. Ha mm property vacated by Mr. Wallin.-and Mrs. j! B. Frith are moving to Lebanon Junction Mr. Frith is now this week. braking for the L. and N. R. R. Co Mrs. J. F. Carter, who has been with relatives in Snelbyville, is with her son. Dr. W F.Carter, this week. Earl Tharp is at home for a few days with his mother from Camp Sheridan -- The firm of Pottering 4 Henuessey are shipping out the remainder of to baooo bought here. Their purchases amount to more than $iLooo for this year at this place. Mr. m LARD 25c WJBm Baker's Blue Front YES rwvvvvvvvvvvvvv.t ieae3eaeaaeeee. ' .a Prea-hersvill- Mrs. L N. Browning was called to Laurel, Tuesday, on account of the serious illness of her father, J. R. West Attorney E.R. Gentry, who has been stationed at Camp Taylor for several months, will lecture at the Baptist church here 'Saturday evening at 7:30. Mr. Gentry leaves the first of the week for j New York, and from there he will sail for France, where he will continue in the Army Y. M.C A Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Rigs-bhas moved from their farm near e, town to near where they will live with his father, Mr. JH.Rigsby. Tom Minks, of Corbin, was here during the week looking after some business mat ters. Mr. Wm. Miller, of Logam port, Ind , is spending a few days with relatives and friends near here. y RIGHT OPPOSITE Store THE Court House GAKDEN ARMY OF CHILDREN PLANNED. Members be given the winners win oe permiueu 10 uispiay me insignia of the new service, "U. Form- S. G. A." Washington .March 7. The announcement says that ation of the "United States Gardmembership officials and dignitaries from en Army," with a of 5,000,000 children and having President Wilson down are takfor its purpose the supplying of ing an interest in the plan. the family of each member with Cardinal Gibbons has answered vegetables, small fruits and eggs for the participation of the during the summer and fall, was parochial schools. It is planned to make the garannounced todav by the Depart, ment of the Interior. The de- den army a continuing process. partment is organizing the children in cities, towns, villages and suburban homes, while the De partment of Agriculture is doing For Infants and Ckildrea the same work with the children In Use For Over 30 Years of the farming districts. The Always bears the children will be in charge of 4o,- of Ooe teachers, and there will be Signature four os five general superintend ents in charge of the districts in WILL HELF FARMERS which the country is to be di BIT OR SELL SEED CORN The campaign will be vided. marked by competitions and hon In an effort to help farmers ob- ors, prizes and distinctions will tain and dispose of seed corn so that there will be a more equitable distribution, the College of Agriculture of the University of Kentucky has prepared blanks which are being sent to all county agents and to all banks in the State for the use of farmers. The blanks contain spaces where farmers can indicate the kiad of corn they want or the kind th?y have for sale and spaces for other information purchasers may desire to have or sellers may desire to give. In this way it is expect-ththe college will aet as a sort at ?ki(er". CA3TOSIA . . (OR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA of clearing-hous- e for this inform- ........................ T.. ........ J . PIONEER aaMMttAA eaaaaa &Lfc ation. It is also proposed to issue market bulletins from time to time devoted to various faim matters. At present the bulle tins will deal principally witn seed corn. DRUG STORE FOR A BAD COLD. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It has stood the test of time and can be depended upon DWIGHT M. BOWMAN, Prop. liiiit itiiiiiitt!a HAVING PURCHASED of the Pioneer Swift & Company Publicity At a recent hearing: of the Federal Trade Commission there was introduced correspondence taken from the private files of Swift & Company, which showed that the Company had been considering for some time an educational advertising campaign. The need for this publicity has been apparent to us for several years. The gross misrepresentation to which we have recently been subjected has convinced us that we should no longer delay in putting before the public the basic facts of our business, relying on the fair-mindedn- ess Drug Store from Chas L. Davis, will continue the busines at the same old stand. j Mon-preachin- g , IDEViiShoesgj Mins t 00 nmnw Jg-:- m HI BIIsO It? A complete line of patents and drug sundries will always be found on hand i i WT WE ADVERTISE OUR SHOES FOR A REASON WE SELL AMERICA'S GREATEST ALL LEATHER LINE It Takes Leather To Stand Weather TV You are cordially invited to come in and see us when in need of anything in our line See us when you need Paint and Oil to do your Spring of the American people. The feeling against the American packer is based largely on g of the producer and the belief that the income and consumer are adversely affected by the packers' operations, resulting In unreasonably large profits. Swift Cempany' net profit is reasonable, and repreteats an ineig ail cent factor in the cost of living. Per the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift well-bein- 4 & Company were as follows: Fashion's Newest Models in Women's HIGH GRADE LACE BOOTS, PUMPS & LOW CUT SHOES, Misses and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Men's High-GraOxfords de Painting $875$0,000. ProfiU $34,650,000. This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500. Shoes for the whole family All Leather Shoes. You deserre the best for your money. We guarantee satisfaction. Pioneer Drug Store MT. VERNON If Swift & Company had made no profit at all. tha of a cant par pound mora ter Ma weald have received only or tha consumer would have aavad only ef a cattle, ona-igh- th ona-ejuart- er KENTUCKY pound oc dreaaed beef. JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD tiUiilliilliiiliilliiililllllilhililiilliilHHin a eeaaa ): siiil I " JtJjfpW Swift & Company, U. S. A. i inn , ,mmmf'hmm 'u'7T'irH I I ffi TniY V.'l fI JWMimmmmmmmmmmm IKMWMMMaMiMM gMflkl You deserve the best Mt. Vernon Signal The War In Lexingtor KiDAY, emand the best deni'ied their wives and childien. 'A writer wishing to convey It is thus that Madame Albin the idea that the spelling of one a mother 01 our Kmu men was upu, had just bec-m- e i was lret it in this manner: ' He three days previously, brought on a mattress by Ger- lackt respect for the establisht man soldiers to witness the ex- forms in spelling. ecution of her husband :her cries H. W. Gossard of Chicago says: and supplications were so press"Farmers will never realize the ing that her husband's life was fullest measure of efficiency u spared. "On the 26th of August Ger til they have started raising puie-brestock. man soldiers entered various streets (of Lou vain) and ordered The 'grade' or scrub hog, like the inhabitants of the "houses to the mongrel dog and the poorly proceed to the Place de la Sta ored horse, have not a single valtion, where the bodies of nearly id reason for existence." Gos:-ara jozen assassinated is prts'dent of tbe persons were hing. Women and child- Gossard Corset Company, but ren were separated from the has extensive hog ranches and men and forced to remain on the devotes as much time to his Place de la Station during the hogs as to his business. He is whole day. They had o witness the owner of the famous 50 Ooe the execution of many of their Berkshire boar "Epochal," type fellow citizens, who were for the of the thorougbred hog. l most part shot at the side of "A grade hog or a grade eat as much as a pure-brethe square, near the home of Mr. specimen," says Gossard. "The Hemaide. "On Thursday, August 2th, Texas steer, quite literally a order was given to the inhabi- rack of bones and a hank of tants to leave Lou vain because hair, consumes just as much the city was to be bombarded provender as a thoroughberd Old men, women, children, the Hereford. The disproportion in sick, priests, nuns, were driven the consequent weight and financial returns of the two varieties on the roads like cattle." These are some of the things of steers was so great that the that took place in the cities and loughorn has gone the way of the buffalo. towns of Belgium. PrusWould the "I eagerly await the day when sians have any more mercy on the same doom will visit the the people of Lexington? Scarce 'grade' hog. iy. PURE-BRERETURNS BIGGER America must win the war. Lexington Leader. "The prime purpose of the industry is to put W. S S. DAY. meat upon the nation's dinner The Rockcastle County War Savings Committee has designa table. The finer the quality et ted Saturday March 23rd as War that meat and lower its cost per the greater Savings Day in this county pound production our economic benefit. Every man, woman and child in "Against the raiding of pure this county is askt to help boost the sale of War Savings and bred hogs there can be voiced Thrift Stamps that day. If you but one single argument and have not bought any, get busy that by no mtans a good ore. Il and buy some add see that your is true that the iniiial cost of get neighbors buy some. Do you ting a thoroughbred herd under know that a sirgle Thrift Stamp way is srre .ter than that of asBut 25) will buy for our soldiers sembling a gr;id'' herd. it pays boys a tent po'e or five tent from the very begi For instance, bigger returns. pins, a belt or a hat cord, shoe laces or an identification tag; there's my thoroughbred Berktwo will buy one trench tool or a shire boar Epochal. ' That boar would cost the man pair of wrolen gloves; four will buv two pairs of canvas leggins; who wanted to purchase him a ix will buv five pairs woolen whole lot of money. Within the socks or three suits underwear; last two weeks 1 have sold three twelve will buy a steel hemlet. young pigs sired by him for One War Savings Stamp ($4 1) $10,000 apiece, and fourteen more in March) will buy one hundred for $1,000 apiece, making a grand cartridges or a cartridge belt or a total of $44,000. scabbard for a bayonet; two will RAZORBCK IS SLACKER buy two pairs of woolen breeches "The old Arkansas 'razorback' or two flannel shirt?; two and a half will buy a gas mask; is typical of the grade pig. It three will buy an overcoat or two developed a large head and long woolen service coats; three and h'gs, while the frame of the body, a half will buy three pairs of the place where the true money-valumeat should have been woolen blankets ; four will buy a placed by fattening processes was, rifle a mere bony skeleton. BUY ALL YOU CAN Yet that almost worthless beast will eat as much corn as the fintst Berkshire, Poland China or Du roc Jersey Its fa'al defect is that it gives very little in return. o d Demand Bryant's Bolted Meal HO PE WELL Mrs. Minnie Adams spent Sun 'ay with Mrs Robert Harmon Uev James Barnes and Rev. Dan Grubb will preach at Mt. Pisgah 'he first Saturday and Sunday: in April Misses Nancy and Sallie Sowder spent Sunday with heir cousins, Misses Cleo and Vina Kirby. Died, March 7th, Verne, the nineteen year old son cf Mr. and Mrs Rome Graves, tie had been sick for several days and jne week before his death he took measles, which resulted in his death. Verne was a kind and obedient son to his parents and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Rev. Thomas Clifford filled his regular appointment at Hopewell Sat. urday and Sunday and was reelected pastor of the chnrch for the year 1918. Mr. and Mrs Mitchel Norton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Norton. Mrs Wm. Wallen spent Sun day with her mother, Mrs. John W. Kirby. The Sunday School has been closed at this place for the past two months, but will open again the first Sunday in April The people in general in this part are taking advantage of the warm days and are getting ready to put out their gardens. The Board of Trade, Ashville, C, are very generous in their praise of Col. Jim Maret's assistance rendered in outlining and preparing plan for presenting tneir claims to the Directors, for the routing of a branch of the Dixie Highway from Knoxviile via Ashville to Waynesboro, Georgia, there to merge with the Savannah Jacksonville division of this highway. The results of the Colonel's work and correspondence indi ca'e that the undertaking will be endorsed at the Chattanoog-meeting of the directors on May 16th. Three lourths of the direc tors ha'-- advised our old road booster thai they favor the pro position as presented by him By the adopt i.n of iheafl plans the highway will have paralel lines frem Macanaw, Michigan to N e March 15, 19 18 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ' B. Germany did vi' war what difference would the that make to us here in Lexing''SuDDose Children Cry for Fletcher's ton." A question like this was asked the other day by a rather sensi $1.0 ble man. Let us see what difference it Advertising rates mace known on might make to us. If Germany should defeat the application Allies, her tirst big achievement would be to take possession of MEMBER OF British fleet of warships. B3 KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION and by she would cross the Atlantic ocean and bombard New York, Boston, Philadelphia and other American seaboard cities The capital of the Nation would hurridly be removed from Wash ington to Denver or San Fran k having failed to see Henry cisco and Washington would ur. Watt'ison great editorial which doubtedly fall into tne hands of appeared in the Christina, 1917, the enemy, who by that time I rial Journal: the Golden Jub would have a half million or mote ik of that noted paper. The of the pick of her veteran troops tl reviews uae of thejnr. this Bidt at. thf Atlantic, , with important events that have others following fast. i cuied since the Courier JourSome eminent German, former nal was created on November 8th Ambassador Bemstotff probably, from three newspapers, would be made provisional Presi Democrat and Cour- dent of the United States and Journal, ier. This widely read editor- plans would be made for govern ial was of such absorb ing the entiie country. itig interest and the demand befinally, A German officer, ing so great for it that thou- vould be made Governor of Kenwere tucky and he would make men of sands of extra copies printed later. So many requests his own choice mayors of Louiscame in for its appearance ville, Lexington, and other cities again in the Courier Journal of any size. that the publishers inserted it in With Lexington under German their issue of March 12th, the military rule, the first demand George Rogers Clark edition, the would be for a cash contribution Centennial of the settlement of equal to the total sum on deposit Louisville by that noted soldier in all tbe Lexington banks, may and frontiersman. be more say. some six or eight n In this editorial Henry million dollars. n partly reviews the The citizens of Lexington days following the war would be given until sundowr and other historical events and of the next day to produce the the part played by his great jour- money and if it vas i,et forthcom nal The feature that attracted ing. Judge Kerr or Mayor Rog attention was that portion of the ers, Doctor Collis or a half dozen editorial wherein the distinguished leading men of the community, editor declares that the "Chris would be lined up on Cheapside ti in religion alone will save the and shot. wrld from destruction," during The city would be patrolled by following the world war now wagmsr and that "Christ's teach German officers. The women of are the Bed Rock of Civili the city would be insulted and if their fathers, brothers, or bus z it ion." This is considered one of bands interfered, they would M.ree Henrys greatest produc be shot where they stood. Any. tiona, attracting the attention of iainjj line organized resisianct our best men in the country, in- would lead to wholesale kill cluding the clergy and layity ing of men, women and children Do you think it is exaggerated Many sermons were preached up or overdrawn? The Commander on it tbruout the United States and was eager read with pleasure in Chief of the German army in and profit in the countries of the Belgium posted a proclamation declaring old world. "Tlie villages where acts of Kentuckians are not alone in tleir settled belief that Marse hostility shall be committed by Henry is the greatest living edi- the inhabitants against our troops tor and heartily wish him many will be burned. "For all destruction of roads, more years of life and usefulness. railways, bridges, etc , the Til even the we dent always agree lages in the neighborhood of the with some of h'S writings. destruction will be held responFiscal Court's to reduce sible. The expenses at all possible points, is "The punishments announced good move, the we believe it above will be carried out severe would be a mistake which would ly and without mercy. The whole prove an actual loss to the coun- community will be held responty of thousand of dollars by fail-ui- sible. Hostages will be taKen in to invest a very few hun- large numbers. The heaviest dred toward paving a portion of war taxes will be levied." the salary of a county agriculIf the foregoing doesn't satisfy tural agent. In every case one's curiosity, something a litwhere a competent man has tle more definite might be cited. l.een employed for these positions Minister Whitlock, making a it has proved, upon investiga report to the government at tion.tohave been one of the Washington under date of Sepcounty's best assets, by the in tember (2, 191 7, goes on to say: crease in agricultural lines, im "Summary executions took pjoved live stock and poultry from instructions, teaching and place(at Diant) without the lean The efforts of the county agent, where- semblance of judgment. names and number of the victims by the increased valuations have mounted up into the thousands are not known, but they must be yearly. Such has proved to be numerous tie case in Rockcastle the the "Among the persons who were county agent worked out a por- shot are: Mr. Defoin, mayor of tion of northern part of county Dinant; Sasserath, tirst alderman; in addition to his duties in Mad- Nimmer, aged 70; consul for the Argentine Republic, Victor ison, Estill and Jackson. Poncelet, who was executed in The Germania Fire Insurance the presence of his wife and Co., one of the oldest fire insur- seven children; Wasseige and ance companies in America, will his two sons; Messrs. Gustave Nat- and Leon Nicaise, two very old hereafter be kn wn as ional Liberty Insurance Jo. Tbe men; Jules Monin and others! change was rn d to co.r t the were shot in the cellars of their impression that the company was brewery. Mr. Camille Pistte of German origin or German af- and son aged 17; Phillipart Pied filiations. The loyal American, ford, his wife and daughter; Miss whether it be an individual, com- Marsigny. pany or what not, does not want "During the execution of forty looks, any thing that tastes, inhabitants of Dinant, the Gersounds, feels or smells German. mans placed before the con- V' TZ ... DBSCklPTION ONH YEAR & lajpB MPWtPwif BaMf wwwHwBwbBiSBtTrsx ' fHrl The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty rears, has borne the siernature of - and has been made under his oer- sonal supervision since its infancy. w vu v w uvwtiv J j All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' d " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 72. tw h AAA Just-as-goo- -- . cow-wil- d Castona 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, 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. WhatisCASTORIA GENUINE y CASTOR I A I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CEMTAUR COM W iron-hearte- d AM V IM KW YORK CITY, hog-raisin- g Wat-terso- 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 valuables and by bonding it's sponsible officers and it offers YOU all of the accommodations of a of recon-jstruciio- Miami, Florida. For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! sound banking institution. Careful attention given to both small and large accounts and courtesy to all e SwannHats Cl I e )cq3CC3CC u. w. & Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effects. L H. DAVIS, W. H. CO TTONGIM, Vice-Presid- President ent c c. Mcpherson, GERMAN cashier V .f a r . . V ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street - DLinurvun AMERICAN AND TAKE "I S I lKm Vi Wl r . .:' r 1 ii mmf M-- Hiru p Mfnijj ,1 yr&x3yr&. - b"3H GAR The Woman's Tonic y You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, ,w seemed to be writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever ttw." Try Cardui. EFFICIENCY. The searchlight of war has brougl t many interesting facts, and one of these is that the vaunted Gernun effi:iency will not alwa7S stand the test of , FoRGOT WHAT HE NEEDED Prom the Republcan, Mt. Ohio: Gi-lia- d, comparison with American effici-enr- y. Tr ' ;1 r STAY RIGHT BE RIGHT BY s KEEPING RIGHT ON TIME You can do this Spring Styles that are really stylish. Spring Shades that put last year's colors in the shade. Dc a by having your Watch and Clock Repairing Work Guaranteed Cox Bidg. Opp.Court House MOORE J. C. JEWELER THE ... ... It's no trouble to find the Hat you want when you see our Spring tp Line of J. C. MeCLARY SWANN HATS COME IN AND GET UNDER A FEW & SEE TO-DAY I I. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED THE CASH STORE STANFORD, KY. isa All Druggists 1.10 The Germans boasted of being the greatest farmers on earth Investigation shows that efficiency in agriculture, in measured by the produce per acre, America being graded ioo. Belgium leads the world, at 2O5; Great Brittain comes second, at i64; and Germany third at 156; America comes fourth. But the better test is the man test rather thau the acre test, and here America leads world by over 2 to 1. Again, grading America at over 100 per farm worker, Great Britain produces 43 and France 4i. The American farmer cultivates 27 acres, the German farmer but 7 With the aid of vast quantities of fertilizer the German produces more of customers. per acre, but he produces at a ' The editor had an interesting exjHirience some time ago, when a young gentleman came to his office and asked for a copy of the Moriow County Republican. He scrutinized it carefully when a c py was handed him, and thin said: "Now I know!" "What is it you are looking for.'" we irjquired. "My wire sent me after a bottle of C ham bei Iain's Cough Remedy, ar.d I forgot the name. I went to several stores and the clerks named over everything in the line on the shelf except Cham- berlam's. I'll try again, and I'll never go home without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy." The Republican would suggest to the proprietors of stores, that they post their clerks, and never let them substitutes. Customers lose faith in store- - where substituting is permitted, to say nothing of the injustice to makers of good goods and the disapointment much greater cost per bushel and he produces much less than half as much per man. CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHERS FOR " - - Ifcil ii - - i mmnmmmmmalmMmWmWmwmMmSmmamm Mt. Vernon Signal188 Mrs. Mt.Vkknon Ky, March 15, 1918 JuTTi mmttmm : - .. 7 .. J - '. m a- - - " jjjj 'oDa at Walter Fred Bryant, son of Milt Bry ant, was here this week from Harlan county looking for men to work in and around the mines James Dalton is at home on furlough Some of his Indiana have come here to see relatives him before his leaving for "over isuwith er::steI' 1,716,000,000 y " owe wxnt to SIGNAL with up"No.jO" wnen7G Cjmrvunl- - , Jy Pounds of Flour Saved if each of our 22,000,000 families use this recipe instead of white bread. One loaf saves 11,000,000 pounds; three loaves a week for a year means 1,716,000,000 pounds saved I iikISS IOUISVLLC& NASHVILLE HI O'BRYAN 1 there." On account of a shower of rain Miss Risse Williams, who was d visiting Winchester friends attending the fatal theatre in which twelve lives were lost last Saturday night. Russell Proctor barely missid being in the Winchester disaster Saturday night where so many He had started lost their lives to the theatre that fell in but charged his mind. It was bnt a few minutes later till the fatal crash came mi-se- R R CO. 24 Id 21 i t.ortn norm south South II VIE TABLE. 1 3:45 pm am am Enough to Feed the Entire Allied Army Corn Bread with Rye Flour cup corn meal cup rye flour 2 tablespoons sugar 5 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 1 1 n:44atr 12:13 Jas. Landrum, Agent Phone No. 8. filtered at the as MCODd-cias- teaspoon salt cup milk 1 egg 2 tablespoons shortening 1 1 Mt a Venion, Ky. PoUtiee mail mutter. P EKS0 Rev. A. VL up from Barley flour or oat flour may be used instead of rye flour with equally good results. Sift dry ingredients into bowl; add milk, beaten egg and melted shortening. Stir well. Put into greased pan, allow to stand in warm place 20 to 25 minutes and bake in moderate oven 40 to 45 minutes. Our new Red, White and Blue booklet, "Best War Time Recipes," containing many other recipes ter making delicious and wholesome wheat saving foods, mailed free address J. Pitt! Tuesday. r.GYAL BAKING POWDER CO., Dept. H, 135 WUlim St, New York Urodlieid Mrs. V. LOCAL Be sure to see Fannie Ward in the "Years of the Locust," at r Little Marguente OMara has Boone Way tonight, Friday llcfa bronchitis. Jt.-s-e Med. ..s was with his jwiiiits between trains Monday. Mis Etl.el Azbill is visiting in Lc ndon atid t ciuuati for a week. Mrs. S. C. Nie'd was a visitor to Mis J. W. Browu during the week Miss Risse Williams is visiting the family of Di. Myers in Win Chester. A. J. Gentry is in trom Elys to be with a daughter who has pneumonia. Edgar Mullins has fitted up rooms over W. A. McKenzie's be.-- G. Hysi ,Rer fell Wed and brok Ii r arm. FOOD "WILL WIN THE "WAR We Cas Cox, the barber man, when The Tmiami (Tampa Miami) Washington, March 11 (by A. Don't fail to see Louise Huff a boy to!d his Sunday school Trail out of Miami. Florida is P.) Germany's sweep into Rus and Jack Pickford in "Great teacher the devil was dead. straight for 24 miles, with not a sia is described by the War Dethink the best is none tco "What makes you think that ?'' curve. Expectations, Dickens Works," weekly military repartment's good for our customers, and at Roone Way Saturday March said the startled teacher. Mr. John Callahan and Miss view tonight as another futile "Dad said so." explained the 16. attempt on the part of the Ger why we sell small boy. "I was standing in Myrtle Gill were married yester- mans to shift the center of gravDon't do any seining yet. Only the day in the County Clerk's office. street with him yesterday ity of the war, which still reof the legislature one branch when a funeral passed and when The Rev. F. M. JoneS officiated. front, mains on the western has passed a bill to allow it. It he say it he said: "Poor devil, These young people are from the where the Teutons face the is more than probable the bill Conway section and are splendid he's dead " French, Brittish, Italians and will be killed. young people. Belgian armies, and the everTommy Thomas, the newsboy, Indicatians are that the salaries Notice : - Please drop in at growing American forces. There, and wages of all railroad em- one of the victims in the Win- Sutton & McBee's store and get WHEN VOL' WANT ANYTHING TO the review says, lie the positions ployes who receive less than chester disaster Satuiday night your certificate of stock of the WEAR COMI TO of the war. fel$100 dollars per month will be was a bright hustling little Your Rockcastle Stock Pens American troops now occupy boosted 40 per cent, to date from low and was one of the Boone prompt attention is requested as -- O'BRYAN trenches at four seperate points, Way Man's friends in Clark's HEADQUARTERS- Jan. 1st 1918. restauraut. we hope to be able to start work and as was recently disclosed, in distraught Capital. Tommy's Mr. and Mrs Louis Van Winkle The train bearing F. R. Asher mother went to the school build- on buildings at once. the principal sector their front C. D Sutton, have moved to their farm on and wife from Oregon to Ken- ing Monday to see him, being is four and a half miles long. Secretary. Chesnut Ridge. tucky, s?me two weeks since unable to believe him dead. Ihey have been constantly enwho is was stuck nine hours in a Colo School having been dismissed Mrs. liessie McClure, The Second Red Cross war gaged, the department says, Berea college was with rado snow bank. for the funerals that day, she fund drive for $ioo,ooo,oo0 will and the scope of their activities Monday. friends here The parcel post limit has been was shown thru the various begin May 20th, R. F. Grant, is being constantly extended. Nothing is found in the situa Joe McKenzie. Emmett Sowder raised to 70 pounds, into the third empty rooms, not finding him drive director for the Lake Di" vfiTlSSL ,ti5 --c kt j ijn v. John R. tion by the department to indiand several others have gone to zone, and 50 pounds to other she was persuaded to return vision, announces. HfLEAIHrtO zones. One may mail grind home where Tommy was lying Downing cashier of the Phoenix cate that the Germans have the Harlan coal fields. casket- - The mother and Third National Bank, Lex- abandoned their plans for a great Bill Langford and Pig Smith stones, bricks or most any old in his THE CASH STORE ington, has accepted the State offensive in the west, and it says are making good, firing along thing provided the package could not realize he was dead. weighs no more than 70 pounds. BRRVICES AT THf7CHRIS managership S. W. Calder and the Allies, while assuming, an this line of the L. & N. W. O. Davis of the Kentucky alert defensive, are content to GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF port or ports in United States Robt. Gentry is at home f rom Examination will be held 20th TIAN CHURCH. River Coal Corporation will as- let the enemy break himself to which such upplies should RAILROADS. Kncx county on account of ihe day et March 1918 from 8 to 4 Sunday School 9:45. sist Mr. Downing. Kentucky's against their impregnable line. th illness of his sister, Miss Rissie. o'clock in office of County Judge Director General McAdoo has be sent he tr:in.snort;ition Preaching service 11 quota is $900,000. Fiance has ROAD BUILDING IS AN EN, ., . subie t necessarv r Miss Rissie Gentry has been in court house for applicants for ?nnouncea tnat wnue tne r.ui- alone to interruptions from bli. Rook-castl- e Junior Christian Endeavor 5:30 .already been the beneficiary of GINEERING PROBLEM. very sick for past week with pneu- County Road Engineers for roads are under the control of By Senior Christian Endeavor 6:30 the American Red Cross approCounty. condition is critical the Government it is futile to zards and floods. monia. Her priation to the amount of more W. S. Canning, Division EngiAll officers and employees of (Jain Mullins J. R. C. C. Mr. E. R. Gentry, who is to reimpose fines upon them ter vioMcKinley Perciful is here tothan $30,000,000. the railroads, says the Director neer Department, Public AttS. F. Bowman, 0. K. C. C port in New York on March 20th, lations of the law and of the day from Wallins Creek and re Road Routing. The action Roads of Ky. orders of the Interstate Com- General, now serve the Governports his brother, Bill, on way to Twenty three Ford machines will be here over Sunday and I of the Fiscal Court in 1917 in has merce Commission, and it there- ment and the public interest Highway construction France. passed thru over Dixie Boone have requested him to address a designating the "river route" reached such proportions and fore becomes the duty of the only. He asks them to get the Uncle Bill Payne is again in Highway, Tuesday on the way meeting in our church at 7:30. Highway, expenditures have be come so Director General in the enforce spirit of this new era- - a supreme for the Dixie-Boon- e charge of the mechanical depart- from Cincinnati to Morristown, We hope that Mr. Gentry's many thru and from Livingston to enormous, that the problem ment of the law and said orders devotion to country and an inment for W. J. Sparks Co, at Tennessee. A firm at the latter friends, together with the friends Parkers Creek, was endorsed threatened to become one of to impose punishment for will- vincible determination to perform fcparda. place had purchased them for and relatives of our soldier boys with whom and for whom he is and affirmed by the Fiscal Court prime economic importance to ful and unexcusable violations the imperative duties of the hour, H. White and little its customers and were unable to Mrs. C cooperation, not antagonism;. conpro the county at large will feel that this meet- - sitting today, with an thereof upon the person or per-son- s daughter will leave soon for a have them brought thru by the working, fidence, not suspicion; mutual vision to the order that in case responsible therefor. ing is for them. The amount of road money exmonths stay with her husband railroads. not grudging per. the U. S. government decided pended in the United States of H. T. Young, Minister. It is announced that when the helpfulness, consideration, not in Cairo, 111. formane; just locomotives in The largest said route was not available, America is in excess of $3oo,ooo,-00- 0 prompt public transportation The Board of Supervisors com- that Mrs Roberta Moren. after a the world is now being turned feasible or acceptabla for its purannually. requires it, employees arbitrary disregard l of each service rights and feelings; and two weeks visit near Level out by the Baldwin Locomotive posed of S. S. Daily, C. H. York, poses then said government The popular opinion that will be required to work a reason- other's W. M. Baker, Rev. F. M. Jones, G reen left for London Sunday to works The at Philadelphia. would be authorized to designate a money spent on engineering is able amount of overtime, but ex- an earnest desire to serve the public faithfully and efficvisit a sister. "centipede" Is the name with and H. C. Gentry, are in session route suitable to its views. It is wasted, is clearly a fallacy. cessive hours of employment great this week. Many raises will be iently. To save America, to sa e S. T. Paoctor will begin at once which they have been dubbed, believed the river route will be What Commercial organization will not be required. maae ior tne reason mar. lue ui..-the world from despotism, we il llg T cun iJ u uin the erection of a cottage on lot on Kevinn .rnt., f,, j,in llttlO adopted. The court ordered a would appropriate huge sums of Pending a disposition of the must work together. State Board has raised Rockcas- survey as soon as practicable. West Main, opposite R. A. Spark's They are able to pull a train money for any purpose without question of wages and hours, all tle $ 100,000. and it is the duty five miles in length. place, for Lewis Cooper. one hun making provisions for the proper requests of employees involving The Signal is short of the local board to equalize and When Croup Comes Miss Helen Bond Chapin, of names which expenditure of the funds ? Some of our citizens think rsise the property to that amount dred and thirty-sirevisions of schedules of general hit-oBrockwayville, Penn , was the that their early flowers are worth Treat Externally The raists will be made this were on the list last week. These The old r miss expenditure changes affecting wages and attractive guest et Miss Ethel being asked for, and feel it an week and the board will meet names were cut at one slice lor of monev is an economic waste. hours will be held in abeyance Thpold mothed of dosnir dtli.Mte lit r I proper handling of a to The question of wages when de- stomachs with nainpui rujjs - wrong Abill for a few days during the imposition for others to come again on Mch. 19 2o and 2ist, of subscription, if The Try the external ti atm nt and harmful on the premises and help themweek. S ilve. lut ru a people think we are giving away bacco crop is the result of train termined will be made retroactive Vick's to hear complaints trom those little over the throat an chest. Ihe sahave selves without as much as "with whose property has been raised. papers you are badly mistaken. ing and experience; so is the to January 1, 1918. Jim Rickels and family, who pors, released by the body heat, loosen the made Hamilton, Ohio their home your leave" being said, while in Owing to the enormous increase If the Signal is worth $1 00 a rider of a winner of the KentucThe Director General states choking phlegm and eae the diffii lit for the past year or two, have fact the owners are glad to do in farm lands and decrease in year to you take it and pay for ky Derby. that if he is notified of the lo breathing. A bedtime application insure or &1.00. con cation of specinc supplies ter sound sleep. 25c, 50c, returned to Mt. Vernon to make nate them where appreciated. town uronertv. the farm lands will it, if not don't ask that your Why should we leave the their home. George Owens has leased the necessarily be hit hardest by name be placed on list with no struction of our roads, involving transportation to Europe and the V1CKS paying. Your an expenditure of large sums intention of Dan Moren, of London, who Stanford opera house and took the raise. paper account is just as much each year, to an untrained man ? has been engaged for past two charge tnis weeK His Prof. J. L. Pilkenton of Brod- an obligation as your groYou should not think of allowHenry Daily, will manage ft ars at McRoberts, was with his head has been appointed Federal cery account, yet some people ing a carpenter design a steel wife last week, who has been Boone Way and also have charge County Director of the United don't seem to think so. Another bridge. You would secure some of the Monumental Works. Mr. visiting near Level Green. States Working Reserve He thing don't be enough of a cheap one who know steel and bridges. Joe Noe has sold bis grocery Owens is a good show man and has appointed as his assistants, when the food disagrees, the play has been too strenuous, or the dreaded Even as the proper spacing of store to his father, T. N. Noe the mov.e lovers of Stanford Prof. D. H. Lyon, Prof. L J. skate to borrow from your neigh This article is intended rivets in that bridge is a problem colds are taking hold the housewife and will farm on the Noe place may expect the best of service Webb, Mrs Alice Davis and Mr. bor. pay sub- for a trained mind; so is the of experience has a tried remedy at solely for these never near town. T. N. Noe and his under his management. John Scoggin. hand. It has proved her helper for scribers and we sincerely hope son Claries will run the store. Atty. C C. Williams left Wedmany years, and she knows its value. duty of this Board to that it will have the effect of help- economic location of a road; its It is the drainage, its grades, the size of Craig has returned from nesday for Catlettsburg where register every boy between the Dave Peru n a Tablets Are A us to clear our list and for- its bridges and culverts, the seChicago. From the day he ar. he will be engaged for the next ages of 16 and 21 vears of age, ing who belong lecting and placing of the surever kteping off those Quick Aid rived until almost the day he week in the trial of the case in some tina 01 work auring va in this class. facing material, a problem They regulate the disturbed diges left the Windy City, he was con- of Ewing et al., vs. N. U. Bond cation period. In next weeks knowledge of a man tion, free the overloaded stomacn, the fined to his bed or room with and The Rockcastle Oil and issue will appear bulletin, issued John J. Johnson, -- age about 65 skilled on that particular line of overcome the cold, remove the catarrhal conditions and rerw a severe case of tonsilitis. Lumber Co. This suit is for by Government showing facts, years, droppea aeau .1. m rmo build the strength. work. It requires a man who Morris Taylor was in Tuesday $325,000.00. which the plaintiffs ?cope and suggestions on Boys Hill Wednesday. has from education and experito take the examination for ser- claims as commission due them Working Reserve. Boys who Peruna Is A Reliable Family Remedy .knowledge vice with Uncle Sam and passed on the tract of land which Bond want to work at home can do so, The six year old son of Mr. ence, obtained the to instantly per. It has5 proved that in innumerable in a jiffy. While here ordered bought from the Rockcastle Oil those whose parents do not want and Mrs. John Scoggin was run that is required points of error in plan, in households from Maine to Califorto his brother & Lumber Co. The plaintiffs them to work, but prefer that over by a heavily loaded wagon ceive the Signal sent nia, and in foreign countries. It Emmett, who is at Camp Shelby claims that under contract that they grow up in idleness do not last week and was seriously in- composition of material or its is the chief reliance in the Amerimethods that would escape the W. P. Caldweld and David they were to receive all over either have to register or work. jured. He is getting along very can home for all catarrhal trouble untrained eyes. and wherever a tonic is needed, in conHumphreys engineers, who were $6oo.0o0, wnich this land sold by The boys who want to do some- well. valescence and as a preventive. Highway construction demand companions of the Boone Way the Rockcastle Oil & Lumber Co., thing will have an opportunity In tablet form it is ever a real life insurance. If you county roads last to Bond, brought. The purchase not only to help themselves but Plymouth Rocks. The this training and experience apMan. on Clark White haven't used it in this form, get a box sense. plied with common year have arrived in France and price was $925, 000. It will nat- help their country as well. today. best winter layers. Eggs $1.50 fought case on Be sure and read Bulletin per setting. sw ii n of the 23rd U. S urally be a hard m are members THE PERUNA COMPANY both sides, but Mr. Williams wbicb will appear in next weeks Ohio W. H. Miller FOR FLETCHER'S Engineers. Thev will be engaged feels hopeful of the final outcome. issue. Phone 79. J road building at the front. in MfffaNMlf ill with 5- that's O'BRYANS For Father and the Boys atu-ndin- ' ad-ie- d . i J 1 L 1 YV x 1 non-payme- nt Viip-O-'Rub- " I ! vSALVE son-in-la- w, For Little Folks Milder Ills te-quiri- ng -r- eady-to-take, I Children Ory CAS TO R A rrw ' a: n- -i i .mi f Wi II li lay . -- 8S,--tCaPUMi.MlMBS LIVINGSTON 9 wTvvT?TT?T7T?7T7TwwwwvvvVVOWVW9VvawS)VVVlVWSWVvww A j A EL. J A. I JBL I i We Urge You ska B 8 3 A a JUST RECEIVED See Me Before You Buy C H E A P ESfli n d" BEST CAR LOAD Li We 1 3 Appeal to you Ornary, of Knox-villeis visiting his son, J. T. Omary. J. B. Donnelly, the Irish operator who has held down first trick at Livingston for t lie past twelve years, was in Mt Vernon Sunday. Miss Ella Btanford, who has been Mae ' quite sick for some time, is great Judge Mahloi ly Improved. Sum mens who lias had grip foi Mm some time is able to be at bit post at the roundhouse again. VI r and Mrs. S. M. bender, of St Louis, Mo, have returned oome after a weeks visit with vfrs. Ponder! parents, Judge and Vlrs. Mahlon Summers. A Gov -- Mr. George , Food will Win the & DGft 7 WAST IT i)wU 1 i Be a Producer As Well as Consumer ! RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH PEOPLES WE B ANKl I Kil 1ABI.I.. . . ww .. w . s s s -- .. .. t J ... vt 9 1 . 4 M Kl to rnment Surveyor, Judge Can ? W. A. Mc KPf17IP $5. 51 Tk r. Dr. R. G. Webb. A. C Carpenter and other are viewing the two rot.tes for the pike PAY Tbej went up the river routr and will return the Gauley route No particulars learred yet but ii is to be hoped that they will se , . Uncle route. lect the river Htisii"".jnti''7'-iilllllia Sidney Franklin, of Mt Vernon, inspector waf L & N watch Tuesday. J. C Stone, signal here BROTHER OP MINK. maintainer. has been transferred Was ever a game we did not to London. Mr'--. W. A. Rice waMullins, ' 1 SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn A Moans in Mie poekel barns, 4 l;it it in the Peoples Bank. A (pen up a checking aeeoanl vrith 11., A Yonr cawo checks returned will show where your money has gone, and tliev will -- pur son on to save for the better tilings of life. - O j INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK b MT.VERNON, KV. j i;.;;i;jj vW(t4 iiiir'i 'iijjj; www9 e.&Mseos.s.iio.59ii5i3isiiiiiii;;;.ui;;;;;:;:::::a nsttP. n m. jf LOUISVILLE LUUKitK-JUUKNA- L share, East Brnstadt latter part of Brother of mine ? last week visiting relatives. when I did not play a Miss Lena Barnett, of Burgin. Or day JOS fair, Ky., is visiting her cousin, Mis. Brother of mine? L H. Rice. Aunt Susie llnllius 'As good as a bey," you used to says she has a sweetheart and w say, believe it from the ti ips a certain I was just as eagef for the hay, Gent is Making in that direction. And as loath to cheat or to run Judge L VY. Beth u rum was in l Undertaker BRo9uAD - QRANVILL frisiriL- "J r 7 . ". .... Lofhns, 3 OWWS TK LINK A R 1 i- t'OMPIJ - kei Mad, Te!crrHh or Tele- Daily By Mail (Not Sumlay) and here betweens trains last Friday. W. M. Hicks, the matrimonial man, is putting up a grist mill away, il Brother of mine Yon ! ..- ' - w& phone Orders Filled - Promptly H Mt, Vernon Signal Your Home Paper and the Best Know Daily Newspaper of This Section. Production is Low An Excellent Combination ! Subscription orders at this combined rate may be sent to the ofhVe of the SIGNAL or to C. V. COX, the Curier-Journa- l agent. Material is High Don't Read THIS. You had better not read this unless you want to be reminded that it is your duty to buy some and Scarce Give Us and it will not be long until he B. H. will have it in operation. to his Griffin has been confined room for a feov days with grip but is able to be out now. Mrs Hobart Griffin is at 111 Vernon for a few days visiting relatives Forest BbfOCTc and J. C Ashe? were at Mt Vernon Monday to appear before the locd board fot examination. James Neal will move his family to Covington in few days as he has a job in that city. Mrs. Os:ar Arganbright and children are visiting in Lexington this week Fure-- t Shroch has a position as room clerk in the Hotel Gibson in Cincinnati, and will leive for tht city S?t urday. Cra ford Stanley living near tons has a genuine case Mr and Mrs. Claude smallpox Griffin f vu. Veruon were vis itine relatives here this week. Mr aud Mrs. Walter Bussel are' leaving for Illiuois wheie they nil! mike their future home. 1 1 are playing a game that is straight and true, s director of oorstng, t ANOTHER CALL FOR Brother of mine, ened an apj.- ai t .. the NlliSKS IS XEKDED And I'd give my soul to stand lu,;i""p'r ip lit' in tne arm v next to you, l mI "ii'-insurance at nominal W ashinc.ToN, A rates March 7 Brother of mine 3.000 nursca between now BD TAS rfci IN Mv spirit, indeed, is sti'l the call Yul'K MOLTH and June for service in milisame; When yru have a bad taste hospit-dat home and I should not shrink from the t rv V(,Jr wonth von may know your abroid has been made upon the battle's fame. t;i'j!tvA ians el Yet I musf stay at the woman's Red Cross by Bnrgeon General iSV01 I ChimberlahVs Tshleti will m Gorges, et the army. Nearly game, liee'n l!ly corrPcl the disorder. Thev 7000 nurses rlready have Brother of mine. ;llso cause a gentle movement of supplied by the Red Cross, but the w wi Bnd If the last price must needs be the need for more grows irapera- - to be one of the heal medicii a paid, tive d lily. Of the eighty or you have eve. become acquainted Brother of mine. ninety thou ian registered nurses vv'itti. You will go forward, unafraid. in the United States Gen. Oer- - jflii( W;'!TE oi CO. Brother of mine approximately! wuisv!LtE, ky. Death can so small a part destroy, iras estimates that 3O,0OO will be needed for Service Liberal assertment You will have known the fuller ; .tana run va cu j.. the for j IT is army hospitals during Vl rawTUBS Oh, would tliu. 1 h'i b i a boy, year. Hides Brother of mine! Miss Jane A. Delano, Red GoM and Skina 1 ! fr 1 - s - . 1 ! -- H?8 ? I r- Judge of Birbourville. made a speech in Livingston last night in behalf of his candidacy Rohsie-i, War Saving Sfamps and hefp win fhe War, You can truly help in this wvf as if you were 'OVER 'J HERE." He a patriot. Invest some money today in away that willl help the Government, and at the eame time be gilt edge investment for yun. YourOrder Now We i re informed that he is a nice man and will give Caleb Powers the ra:e of his life Judge Cal'.owar was in Mt. Yev non on business Wednesday Miss Jalett Griffin is c mfiueci to her rcom With mumps. Mrs. VV. G Nicely has gone to Carer Shelby, Hattiesburg Miss., to see her son Walter. Mr. George Arnold has returned from Camj Shelby where he had gone to see his boy. Ge rg reports a'l the boys looking fine. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for and cas? of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Medicine. Hails Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers years, and for the past thirty-fivhas become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh Hall s Ca'arrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the e - -- r.. .- L 3 E: ' -i. ZA 't3 a I :i: -- j.: ;.L2smiuSuXJ; THIS R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST WIT. VERNOM. KY. SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY and we 'Phone 39 Promise You A Reai afeltat 6 redhead On Saturday, March 23rd TOWN OF IN THE 19 18 I will offer Handy Kitchen Utensils Car We Hi F urnI 'Era stl BBj item - auzr -- i -- r w0 m that save time and labor and do the werk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware We have everything for kitchpn 11;P .in t.lio line nf w A.UV. ) fJI T3,4. r rr..i uutiery. ruws, rans, jeiues, r .i Brushes. Knives, Meatchoppers, etc. , and a good many Otherwise Cannot TIE BRYANT AH diseased portions little articles that we are showing are recently introduced novelties that should be in your home. After you have taken Hall' Medicine fcr a short timvou will see a great improv ment in your general health Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c Catarrh For Sale to the highest and best bidder the following Real Estate, located in the town of Brodhead : One House and Lot known as the J E WOOD YARD property, and recently occupied by B. T Young. This includes a good house, out buildings, garden and pasture. Also Four BUILDING LOTS adjoining this property, three lots abutting Main Street on the north, and one lot opposite dwelling on south side of street. Also 30 ACRES of BOTTOM LAND just north of the railroad. This property will be offered separately and as a whole. xxzs&zcr Opoosite Court House i Mt. Vernon, Kv. c. c. cox I k For Sale. One Iron Grey Jack about i5 hands high weight about 1000 pounds, one of the best breeders in the state, age 7 years in May of this year. This Jack was imported from Indiana 191JJ. Also one fine com bined (black) saddle and harness Stallion 4 years old May 20th, this year, 16 hands high weight about 12 hundred pounds. This Stallion is a son of M. Dona, No For further particulars call on or address, 3623. M. In addition there will be offered for Sale about 300 bushels The of Good FEED CORN. right to reject any and all bids is reserved. : One-thir- d TERMS cash, balance in equal payments to become due, one-ha- lf Jan. J, 1919, and the balance Jan. 1, 1920, bearing 6 per cent interest with lien retained on property for purchase money. This March 15, 1918. CASTOR Children Crv " FLETCHER'S FOR A G ASXORIA crMl&reircffir FES FLETCHER'S MT. VERNON KY. J. Bethurum, Mt. Veruon, Ky. H. AUCTIONEER C.JONES H. T. YOUNG