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ROCKCASTLE C itnmittco of the Boys' .Working Reserve for this locality, is pro-pat Simva TODAY ESTABLISHFD J887 VOLUME XXXI COUNTY, XY., FRIDAY, MARCH 15 1918 NUMBER 26 , od to givo boys and parents information concerning Any fea ture of tho plan that is clouded in their minds. Tho big, featuro that needs no further explanation than a bald statement isjthat the 1 cup cooled oatmeal or rolled 1 cup flour country needs tho boy, and needs oat Vi cups corn msal him badly, during tho,, coming 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons shortening Summer 5 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder Vi cups milk No ef ga 2 tablespoons sugar The enrollment card of the Re 81ft together flour, com meal, salt, baking powder and sugar. serve, is nearly solf explanatory Add oatmeal, molted shortening and milk. Bake In greased of the manner in which, tho Re shallow pan In moderate oven 40 to 45 minutes. servo operates. It was stated, at This wholesome bread is easily and quickly made with the aid. of tho outset, that though this army of farm labor constitutes a second lino of defense fot the country; and an indispensibleone.' there is If used three times a week in place of white bread by the no military feature nor any com pulsion in the process. 22 million families in the United States, it would save more The enrollment card 'calls for than 900,000 barrels of flour a month. the expression of willingness on Our new Red, While and Blue booklet. "Best War Time Reelpet", containing many other recipes for making delicious and wholesome tho part of the boy to help the wheat saving foods, mailed free address country in the present emergency. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, Dept. H, 135 WilKam St, New York It calls also for tho consent of his parent to his entering tho Reserve. It solicits information ai to the Kind of work that he believes be can do to the advantage, as to the period of time for which he will agree to work and Information of feeling Interesting Letter From, erson Ohu, tpeMC0U1,1u'cs of Jef' or threoNow the boys aro to feed concerning his experience, if any, and bum. don't forget . AVa stood inspection "Maibtty' and Beck?' 'Here Ts ta .Rnckcsstl -i , It is explained that the"- boy is jruavoruuy nr.d passed tho best hoping you are all enjoying the not obligated by his enrollment, inspection of any of the compan best of health. March 10, 1819. to go to this locality or, to that, ies fn the 3rd Bn. both in squad 91I1 Co. 3rd Bn. Your sou, when he is- - asked to go. if the rooms and drills. Our command.'Jkssb T. Pish. 159 Depot Brigade. locality assigned is not satisfac ing officer certainly did give us a Camp Taylor, Ky. tory to him. The effort "will be boost. Ho is one of the finest Dear Dad: mode, in placing boys, ,to send fellows down here, altho there I know you aro interested each boy to the locality where he somo other good fellows. in the "Y" so I'll try my best are desires to serve. Should the to tell you something about it. Lieut. Weeks (tho man that first assignment prove jinsatis- trains us) has seen service in. You Know wtiat Homo means wctory tne ioy is at JiDerty-tso He io a fine r vaii tllA iT" munhc flu. enma the English army. V A indicate, and to state his preferWhen we do welt ho to wo' boysronlyI sometimes110"100' praises us, when we don't, well, BovftMMt BUytho ages of six- - ence as to localities. 'r think it means more. ho doesn't. Some of the boys ieenjaBapaw-oabelieve As. to thedogieeof compulsion Its our church, library, show, fo&Vk& post .pffiro, informaiioa-.-bureau, How to Make Oatmeal Bread Healthful to Eat Saves the Wheat Merchandise of Quality POPULAR PRfCES the call on every- We are headquarters for oneto practice economyis great GROCERIES, Hardware, 1 he basis er than ever betore. principle ofthis great demand is for everyone to economise and Ults' Magnes, Tinware, thereby do his ''bit" toward win- Chmaware, Enamelwarc, Flour, ningthe great World War. Men who have money have Meal, Feed, Pratt's Food, Spring Tturfc notmadeitinahurry,butmost gats for het La?ies' Fmes, Men s Shirts, Work of them have made it by practic- ing economy and getting on the gloves Overalls, Cravats, Suspenders, ground floor with their buying. J?antdercief Whenever you see one of my Crash, Perccles, Curtain Goods, customers you will see a satisfied Towels, D. M. Ferry s Seeds, customer and one who has prac- - and hundreds of other items too numerous to mention. tised economy. Watch my prices, they will show youhow you "can "practice COME IN AND"SEE:US I Pmff9TT ROYAL BAKING POWDER FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR "J" ... . -- JESS FISH farm-work- - economy. W. F. BAKER, MT.VERNON KENTUCKY UNITED STATES BOYS'WORKING RESERVE c o -- .,. lar place in the whole camp to write Thia'iiim.t.11 ....... . - .... .w- always a kind every one Wo singing both religious and ko good. Now about our eats to do his part toward "drubbing that what we like to talk about the Kaiser, can place themselves nti.W tlir w i... because we are always hungry. where the Government most ......, ....... word hero for That big cup of coffee, steak, needs their services by joining at hear tho best of ham, sausage, peas, beans, pino onco the United States Boys' popu- WTCSRSS LBlllBWiimLiP seeing Connty Agent and find, The following is the list of those To Locate It.'' All farmers who havo seod corn out who has it and where o, who will assist Chairman J. Iy. Pjlkentonin the enrQllimmt of the to sell are asked, to send their find it. United States Boys Working name, address and number of Reserve : Prof. D.H. Lyon, Prof. bushels to County Agent. By doFOR FLETCHER'S L.J.Webb, Mrs.Alice Davis, John ing this hundreds of farmers who Scoggins,.Miss DeloraBoyd, Miss have no seed corn can get it by Children Ory 9 I go almost everj night when I don't go to school. 1 see Edd Gentry every dny or two. He seems well pleased with the way wo are all satisfied Those of us who are most dicontentcd aro the fellows who huvon't been out much. I'm alwavs asking who wants to go to tho "Y" with mo Gonerally sumo of tho follows go We have a dandy bunch of fellows in our squad room They take things pretty well Some of us have been on duty overy night and day siuco wo have beon hero. Somo bavo been K. P.s (kitchen polico ) somo room orderlies, some on carpenter work, whilo other do nothing much but drill. Tho squad I'm in is composed of "big huskies" Raleigh French, Lee Roy Hamilton, John Berry, Bill Warren, Oscar Hibbard, Sherman Owens and a follow by the narao of Bosner from Jefferson county and myself. These other six fellows are from Rock' castle, county. Our company is apples prunes and olives all the Working Reserve. onions and pickles (which I have learned to eat) cornbread .and lightbread aro certainly things IT that make a fellow feel like a XiriTT Samson Our nie.ss kit consists of a pan with a folding handle for meat and vegetables, a cover which we use for desert, a short knife and fork an J a short handled big spoon. This kit folds up and makes u nice little Kit. Our bunks (or beds) are 30 inches wide 7 feet long made of iron with springs.- We put a bed M. sack on that and a good wool blanket next, tlien wo have two " blankets and a big comfort to go a MS) on top winch makes the nnest bed you over saw. Now I guess you want to icuow about me I'm alright just as happy as if 1 had good sense. You don't have time to got lonesome and thero is no need for it any way. Mv in of the Pioneer oculation hurt just a liitlo. Wo didn't have to drill for thirty six Store from Chas. Davis, hours so we could rest and wo will continue the busines did not notico the effect so much. the My vaccination has begun to tako. Can't say what it will do. Two same old stand. signed the enrollment card, may at a later date decline work and be released from his pledge, on the written request of his parent or guardian, but only on such The County written request. i'fcnebow 10 las Boardi R T Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Miss Lela Norton, Miss Fannie Wynn, Miss Lena McCall, Cecil Hays, D. G. Bullock, John Scott, Arch Chasteen, Theo.Pigg. W.I.Dooloy, Hiatt Mink, E. B. Herron. Abn; Mjss Mattbaf " r 'c i CASTOBl illiilllll s at wr- - &- - aaMwB-B- -- Danger! Danger! Seed corn scarce. Something Tho farmers who have corn should have it tested before planting or selling it for seed. It doesn't make any dif ference if the corn does look good it should bo tested, and now is the time so as to have plenty of time to make other tests or buy. There has been four tests made from corn on stalk, shock,shucked and from the crib not shucked, the following result was obtained: cnt ist tost, 43 ears, 15 good, 30 2nd test, 20 ears, 2 good, 10 3rd test, 36 ears. 2 good, 5 4th test, 57 ears, 11 good, 20 This looks serious. We should devote the entire month to testing and helping others testing corn. SEE3D CORN TESTED. Mt. Vernon High School directed by Prof. Lyon will test Seed Com for all the farmers in Rockcastle county, who will tike their corn to the school. These tests will be free to tho farmers. Berea College Vocational De partment will test all Seed Corn brought in by the farmers. This work will bo supervised by Prof Wm. Baird. Those tests will bo free also. Tho farmers should see Prof. Lyon and Prof. Baird at onco and make arrangements for tho testing. HELP WANTED NOW. We all can't go to war but we can do something in this Seed All Corn Testing Campaign. who can teat Seed Corn should Urge Farmers do it NOW. help test to test their corn corn. Uo out and got it and test it for the sake ot our country. We need all tho seed corn wa can find every where. Ministers, lawyers, doctors, merchants, and school teachers aro urged to join in and help find soed corn for our country by testing It. EnHst Now Today. It will bo too late April or May. .THE CRY OF OUR COUNTRY. "Seed Corn Wanted. Help Us PIONEER DRUG STORE BOWMAN, Prop. must be done, - DWIGHT imtwmw mrwurhors Until you've tried finishing your floors with i:ini;ii!!iiii!!ii i:ti(iitttitti4ii, Hannas Lustro - Finish you do not know what an easy matter it ia, and how inexpensive. No matter how worn and scarred your covers up all the defects floors may be, Lustro-Finis- h and gives a floor the bright, lustrous finish of hard wood. Also the perfect finish for woodwork, furniture, and every interior wood surface. Comes in nearly a dozen popular wood colors. Sold By HAVING PURCHASED L. Drug at J. B. NOE EUmnroS XXI onuEo QShoesg onuco ! 2x2 BoiinroB A complete line of patents and drug sundries will always be a I 5 found on hand. 2X 3d WE ADVERTISE OUR SHOES FOR A REASON WE SELL AMERICA'S 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 W.S.S. Issued by the Buy them liberally. democracy THIS SPACE "I WAR SAVINGS STAMPS GREATEST ALL LEATHER LINE It Takes Leather To Stand Weather Fashion's Newest Models in Women's HIGH GRADE LACE BOOTS, PUMPS & LOW CUT SHOES, Misses and Children's Shoes and Oxfords Slippers.Men's High-Grade United States Government Painting Pioneer Drugstore MT VERNON . s It is a privilege as well as a duty: it strengthens the war for it is patriotism CONTRIBUTED BY I Shoes for tho whole family All Leather Shoes. You deserve the best for your money. Wo guarantee satisfaction. JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD miimmmmmiimm, ...... KENTUCKY m i The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. 1 (eh--,- fjpit" 1 im -- ,, in Mt, Vernon Signal I FridAV, March 15, tucly counties 1918 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. DESCRIPTION ONK YKAR $l. on Advertising rales maae known application other Ken handicapped in the wiy of shortage in laboi Between tho coal mines of east em Kentucky and tho hifc'l orices paid for labor by the mini erous war munition wonts, north of tho Ohio river, hun drt'ds of men havo been induced to leave Kentucky lields, tho :i good number have returned yet a shortage of help exists. Many Central mid 1110 MKMBKROP KBNTUCKY PKBSS ASSOCIATION The legislature lias enacieu a aw providing for the payment of men summoned for jury service whether they servo or not, at least for one day. The highest "elevation reached by man into the atmosphere is six and a half miles. Tkuk liberty is the right to do To prevent the spread of law as you please, if you please to do lessness In Leo county where what is right. troubles havo broken out In the New York, region between adverse claimants March 20, 1918. to land and ltasos. Governor Stanley requested that U.S troops J. W. Brown, be sent there; the state militia H. T Young, Laving all been mustered into the L. W. Bethuruin. National army the state is withMt. Vernon, Ky. out military organization, tho E. It. Gentry has been ap there is a bill now pending before pointed for Y. M. C. A. work in the legislature for tho creation France. To meet Government of home guards or organization requirements send us night let for military protection for use ter, stating how long you have Tho Federal re- known him, his attitude regard when needed. ply to the Governor's application ing Socialism and pacifism, and was to the effect that until con- loyalty of himself, relatives and ditions reached a certain stage associates. Rush confirmation and were beyond tho control of by letter. no local and state aulhorties Oscar M. Miller, Federal soldiers could be legally War Personel Force, aent to the affected district in 124 East 28 St.,New York, N. Y. question. March 21, 1918. LeeJcounty authorities de-- l !Qscar.iM..Mil.l.r, . . nounce the reports of extreme War Porsonel Force, lawless acts and claim they are I24 East 20th St ,New York.N.Y. greatly exagerated and that Brown and Bethuruin known troops are not needed. An oil 15. II. Gentry all his life Young man arriving here from the Ir. known him three years. He has yjue field in early part of tho no toleration for socialism or week claims that conditions are pacifism. Loyalty of himself, bad up there. relatives and associates above question. Country and Y. M. C. Ik one fourth of the increase be congratulated on obtain in land valuations along Boone A. to ing services of such a uoblo man Way, in four of the south east em counties of Kentucky, on ac- and patriot. L. W. Bethurum. count of that highway being J. W. Brown, built thru its territory, was H. T. Young. iu automobiles it would purchase 800 or more which it formed into a motorcade would reach a distance of two and a Cui'T. W. F. Sheridan, Civil Engineer E. C. Hauloy, Supt half miles and if the Ford ma. chines was taken it will fill the of Building, J. E. Rawhnson and D. Hayden, were ttoad Master road from Mt. Verncn to Brod here one day J this wee.t in Supt head a distance of six miles, with Sheridan's private car on business seven llivors over or enough concerning tho R. R. Co It is for boys to play games of mar- predicted that tho R R. Co. will bles with, putting five in the spend quite a sum of money here on "ring" and using two for "taws." and section houses, water supply other improvements this.sum tner. -- Orrin Walliu was iu Louis Tub threatened great drive by vllle one day this week taking the ,:JI the Huns ugainst the Allies on examination required of operathe westorn front appears to tors, and is now holding down have been more of a big bluff third trick here, Mr. Hutcheson gone back to tho than any thing else. It appears having Mr. Walliu is already a Main good line. that the Kaiser has gathered a rail road man having taken les big force but is fearful of mak- sons under J. R. Cass one of the ing his " big drive ' and is wait- oost men id the L &N. service. ing for the attack to be precipi Mrs. II. L. Tharp was hero from the : ' tated by the Allies. He, as usual, Junction City during rs. week tho ml-guest of her sister, M J.R. Cass. mm ''A has been lying when attempting J.R.Richie, of Fisty, Ky., is hero to belittle the American forces this week with his son, Prof. Wm Richie. J L. Pilkenton was in Mt Now comes forward the Bureau Vernon iust Friday between trains. 'J of Fisheries pronouncing edible Leonard Slielton was here a few Sheri1 such sea dwellers as porpoise, days last weeic from Camp Robins, sou of . Littlo whale, small species of shark, dan. Robins, Curtis of Merkl, Texas, Roy mussells and in addition a long died at the homo of his grand string of names new to most of parents, Mr. and Mrs B.U Ander of denizens of sea, air aud laud. son, of Garrard, last Friday night ' were buried at It would appear that fow should and his remains county, Sunday Goshen, Lincoln get hungry if they take Uncle noon. Tho littlo fellow had been Sams advice. It might be a good a filleted most all his lifo with fcl . aIi idea to "ketch more of those spinal trouble, with resulting For the last sov tuberculosis. eral weeks ho was forced to sloep Whale meat is being sold in on his knees in u rocking chair, city market at about half the being unable to lie down at all. cost of beef. A whalo ordinarily He leaves a little brother and many relatives here, besides his father furnishes 15,000 pounds of beef to Jlllllllin . E R.Gentry made a fino talk at M the carcass, equal to that of from the Baptist church last Saturdaj twenty to twenty live fine cattle. night before his final Ictivo for It is said 4a whalo is not a fish. Mew York. The house was filled Now if theso animals could be with enthusiastic friends, who hopo for Ed a successful journey. driven overlaud and up into the J.M.Robsion, of Barbourvillo.a mountains, porkless days could candidate for tho nomination of congress in this district, made 0110 bo run a week at a stretch. of tho very best speeches ever Tub Louisville Herald advises delivered in this town, Thursday the Signal that it's city has un night of last weelc to a houso of ugltor man than our Brodbeud more than a hundred republicans Walter Robins was at homo champion homely speciman. A from Harlan county from Saturnumber of Rockcastle citizens day uutil Weduesdry. R. II. claims to be from the "show mo" Hicks returned to IlarUn last state beyond the Mississippi week after spending several days Now let tho Herald man bring hero with home folks. Mr. und IE out his exhibit or kindly desist Mrs.J.M. Roberts wore the guests Ill II III uB along the way. didn't you? "You little of Mr. and Mrs Jim Hayes, at Gum Kept grandma waiting Oh well, It'a all tight. Because I in our Brodhead friend such Sulphur, Sunday. ll Mr. and Mrs. needless scares hereafter. W II Andorson, Mr und Mrs. John Robins and daughter, Mildred, BAKING POWDER Canned Gray tlsh is being and W J Owens attended the fun) it alwaya right. It'a worth waltins for. Alwaya wet- lllllflll III 11 introduced ut a cost of eral of Curtis Robins at Goshen, ,'.' come. Never ahirka it work. Never fail. Never lllllllll UIIIH M know pure and wtea minutea or matcrlali andonly U'eIngredlenta II llllll I H lllP t ubout half half that ofsalmoti. Sunday. Miss Clyde Watson and tf 3 wholetome, as containa auch llllllil a hate Urn H II HI P, II III lllllE Grocers should secure supplies Austin Durham were down from ? 9 Authorities." approved officially by the U. S. Food IiIIUIhtH Mt. Vernon and spoilt from Friday 1 I'v" un u Inn you buy it)OU tan uhtn you ust It. ririlliSBlllil for their customers. until Sunday with relatixes here. 'JN HIGHEST 2SSJJ5 JTIUUM The revival ut the Christian IN tbe American army in one church begun Thursduy night, cantonemont there ure 7500 for- Eld J.W.Mastors.ofCorbln, is do. ' eign born soldiers, representing tug tho preaching Everybody Is ML ... invited to attend these services. nationalities. 46 m 11 1794-17911 c BRODHEAD -ft Mrs.Annio Sliuumto died at her Chester, this week. Mrs. Hiner hotnu, rear bote, Sunday Thomas, who had been with her afternoon, after n few days ill- brother, Dr. W. F. Carter and Her remains were laid to family, loft Tuesday for Wilmoro iu'.ss. r.st nt Muretburg, Tuesday after- to spend a few days wltli.relatives noon, after services by Eld L. N thero. Mrs. W. F. Carter acBowling. Much sympathy is be. companied her ing '. pressed for the bereaved h. il. Nowland, and son Ivlgur ones - Mr and Mrs. U.U Cass are Dunn, are working at ttcnliam, ri'joiiing over tho arrival of their Harlan county Jacob Elder, uud twelve and a half son, Leslie, are iu LouUvillo this lirst bom, Belcher is moving his pound girl baby. Mrs. L B. Hil- weuk ton, id little son, James Hutner, family to Flat Lick, Knox county, were with her parents, Mr. and to make his home. E.S. Albright Mrs. was here the first of the week on Mrs .1 R Cass.lastSundny .11 Fish and Mrs.K S Albright, business. Mr. and Mis. Bronston of Mt Vernon, wero here Mondaj Elder, woro hero Thursday of lur pi rents, Mr. and Prof. Pilkenton re shopping. ceived a Carnegie medal the first Mrs. J.R Cas Chester Hovnrd, of the week for saving tho lifo of of Camp Shelby, Miss , is at home littlo Vivian Albright in 1916 tins week with his mother, and Mr. Pilken'on also gets a thous Arthur Dodd, of Camp Taylor aud dollars, but wo believe he is Ky., is with his parcutsi, Mr. and prouder of the medal than of the Mrs.tt.G Dood, at Ottawa. H.U thousand. Win. Tint mtnett sola a Jones sold his personal property house and lot near Mio old fan Wednesday and will soon move his ground to Kirt Kidwell tho first family to the west H.T. Young, of tho week for 300. R. J. Clarlt of Mt. Vernon, will offer for public sold a small farm recently bought sale tne J. E. Woodjard property from Em milt Maddox to C. W. Saturday. He proposes to divide Holcomb, of Laurel, for three it into several lots, oiler tliein separately and then as a whole hundred dollars. W. J McQueen, who bought This is very desirable property the H. C. Jones farm adjoining und will doubtlessly bring good tho farm of the late J. T. Tate in prices. ii the Hiatt section a few days ago, W. E. D. Stokes, the man who sold it tliis week to J. D. Lucas, built more than a thousand houses of Madison county, for.ii3450.oo A few months ago this farm was in New York, ovner of the An- purchased by Earl Phillips for sonia Hotel in that city, and pro&2000. Mr. Phillips sold it to H. prietor of Patchen Wilkes Stock C. .Jones for $2750.00, Mr Jones sold it to W. J. McQueen for farm, near Lexington, advises S3200, and Mr. McQueen sold it his friend, the Boone Way Man, as before he had time to move to it, follows: "When Daniel Boone and and no understand Mr. Lucas Kinsman, Henry Miller, owned a refused four thousand dollars for largo mill near Point Pleasant, it Wednesday of this week. Mr Virginia, they also had McQueen is now located in this city and is on the lookout for a a small foundry at which, among farm and will go to Laurel countj other things was made a special in few days to see if laud is too kind of heating stove. The stoves higli there to buy, but unless he wero made several inches in goes right away and the land thickness and when heated would thiu-- aduouces. asvrcfldlj' .as.theJ farm just mentioned it will be remairriurtrtrii "iiTgbt; There is high cnougli by the time he finds one of these stoves iu existence , and I am going to make efforts to a suitable location W. C. who sold his farm to J. J. secure it and have it placed on Belcher last week, held a sale of Boone Way, so people can see it." his personal effects on Copper A splendid letter from Lieutcn Creek Tuesday, and is ready to take his leave for Harlan county. ant (Dr) George Frith, was re Mr. Hopkins is a splendid citi- cieved this week and will appear zen and we regret to see him leave us. Larkin J. Vanhook in our next issue died at his late home Wednesda TiiKRaare many positions opoi night, and his remains will be for competeut young men in Y, buried at Goshen, Lincoln coun- M. C. A. work, army work, cler ty, to day. He was a soldier iu Many are tbe Civil war and a good citizen ical positions etc, etc. called but few are chosen" setim-tBesides his widow ho leaves five be of children as follows: L N. Van. things about the condition So in sornt departmei.ts hook, of 'ibis place; James and many young Tditows fail to take George Vanhook, and Mrs Davo advantage of their opportunities Anderson, of Lincoln couuty; and to learn and fit themsolves to Mrs. Cms. Scott, of Garrard county; and a brother. J. N.Van- - take advantages arising as time hoo'c, of Maretburg. Mrs. J.M. passes Owens, and daughter, Miss Mar gie, are visiting ner aaugnters, FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs. G F button, of Lexington, and Mrs. Walter Smith, of Win- l.ilu 11 11 s WITHERS O. E. tho Multins has been sick for past two weeks. Hisson Ben has been on the road for him since he ha9 been sick. .1. II. Roberts was in Lexington Tuesday and Wednesday buying goods. Mrs J. M. Roberts, of Cooksburg, was tho guest of Mrs. J. II. Roberts Monday. Thero was Sunday school organized at Red Hill Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Carpenter is said to bo very sick. Misses Minnie and Ola Durham woro the guests of Miss Bitha Daugherty, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Win. Cottougira, of Livingston, was with her sister, Mrs. Lewis Bonds who is vnry sick, Saturday and Sunday. Jones Allen has returned to Boston Station after a few days visit with home folks. Mrs. Ben Mullins was tho guest of Mrs. Sarah A. Mullins Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Allen is with Mrs. Wm. Carpenter this week. There has been very littlo gardening done in this part. J. H. Roberts was in Livingston on business. Monday Mm. Black and little son, are visiting relatives in Laurel this week. Mr. und Mrs. Melvin Barnett spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mose Mullins at Cruise. Mr. Art McDaniel is at Berea for a fow days with his father, Alex McDaniel. mw Children Cry for Fletcher's awirTTvcvcccvsxN..vvsx.'vvv The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under nis per sonal supervision since its infancy. 6CC&4; Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. yy "Just-as-goo- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge 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 deep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &&0i&i The Kind THI CINTAUW In Use For Over. 30 Years You Have Always Bought COMMNV. NKW VOWK CITY. AUTOMOUILR FOU MANET. Hop-kind- Friends of Col. Jim Maret, of Mt. Vernon, are gotting up funds with which to purchase him an automobile. He is Kentucky's 'greatest road" advocate arid'k'asl practically devoted all his time and what money he could earn in promoting tho famous Boone Way. Now his friends are determined that be shall not walk and therefore are making up funds to buy him an auto so that ie can travel the Boono Way. Oanville Advocate. The First State Bank OF LIVINGSTON, KY., With a Capital of $ 5,000 has taken every precaution to safeguard its DEPOSITORS and Stockholders by joining the Kentucky Bankers Association, by securing a modern burgular-pro.safe, by securing Burgular and Hold-u- p Insurance on it's valuables and by bonding it's responsible officers and it offers YOU all of the accommodations of a sound banking institution. of " Carefully Treat Children's Colds Neglect of children's eods often lays the foundation of serious lung trouble. On the other Jjand, it is harmful to continually dose delicate little fatomafchs with medicines or to keep the children always indoors. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a good application of Vick'a "Vap Salve over the throat and chest at the first signof trouble, will keep the little chapa free from colds without injuring their digestions. 25c, 60c, or $1.00. al f ,viJ -- 1 ft .. vil CASTORIA VICKSb SALVE Ory OASTO Rl A ,X&3CC&X -- Children Ory Children fUR o rv FLETCHER'S 9 I m ATTOltNEY-AT-LA- wniiomo &X$X$ h L H. Careful attention given to both small and large accounts and courtesy to all MT.VEUNON.KY. 11 rVwl m (ym 'fcedfo&Tt&3C&tt s X OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tlon given collections. 'PNONK 8o y DAVIS, W. H. COrTONGIM, Vice-Presid- President ent c. c. Mcpherson; cashier I I ) MST kMBE ' lH mM DR. WALTER ."Pv MT. Dentist Offieo Itaker'd Storo U.G. Over VERNON, KENTUCKY aui-mnls- ." Knv $3cq)3iC$J L. W. BETHURUM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VKKNON, ItV. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street H J 1 WmimiLSmm: piMM m MJLJ kmrnWlMM SKS&KSSKK 3ortfccar(c88Dedfe ill I STAY RIGHT BE RIGHT BY KEEPING RIGHT ON TIME You can do this Do by having MOORE J. C. JEWELER THE your Watch and Clock Repairing Work Guaranteed Cox Bldg. Opp. Court House S AlwaysWelcome CALUMET roscal-pUyed I 11 J. HI I 2 With our road grading not he needed yet completed thru tho county Prom tho Republican, Mt. und but a fow miles macadamOhio: Tho editor hud an inized, land values havo increased teresting experienco soma timo from one fourth to one third, ago, when a young gentleman what will bo the limit when tho came to his offieo aud asked for roads aro com nloted? This pre a copy of the Morrow County diction Wi s made five years ago Kenublinnjt. Wf Kpcnlliilfxl t by tho Boone Way Man when ho carofully whon a was ,mnd. said land values would double in L(, Mm and t,Jen BaU. Now x less than tnreo years atior tno know!" "What is it you are ' roads aro finished. At the pres. looking for." we inquired. "My ent rate oi increase that doubled wite sent mo aftor a bottle of point will bo reached even before Clmmboilain's Cough Remedy, tho comp'etion of the highways. and I forgot tho imino. I wout A good number of farm buyers to sevoral stores aud the clerks have come and are coming in named over everything in the from other counties and invest- lino on the shelf except Chaming every day. berlain's. I'll try again, and I'll never go home without Cham, berlatn's Cough Romody." Tho Republican would suggest to the proprietors of stores, that thoy post thoir clerks, and never let them substitutes. Customers lose faith in store whoro substi- tuting is peimltted, to say noth ing of the injustice to makers of Viti good goods and tbodisapointmont of customers. ," forgot what , the Lamp Oilthzt Saves Eyes ! C- - McCLARY f- - 1 Cam-ne- 11 II homatliuicleir.ritadrllihL lnion Jili tr settlor the oil thai burnt clear ana dun without flicker down to tne Ut drop. rennirlTaU crude oil refined to ixrfectlon. OoU no mora Kid the Interior MONEY taut tinkwecon WOItK tTM ejM. Your dealer bu 80LITE OIL lu MrrtU direct f rum our worki. olU-e- are ttnthlnv mar lnmrt.nl in f h.. '- -w nTEXASWOHDER " 11 g I' Chas. C. StoK UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Oil Co. :: STANFORD, KY. I Reantrr arWarren. Ft, We Mil Ltxingtsn, ny. lhec1etrte4 OU. J j "Mo Carl-Au- to TermM Wonder pura kldnev and L adder trotibln.iiUaolvea gravel. curea dUlietva, weak aud lame backa, rbcuma- turn ami all Irrvsulurltle oltlie kid iiauuer lit liotn men and women. Ill)01 ,a l't bjr your druirKlet. will lx) arnt by mail on cf f I. One itiam.Il bottle la two tnontuv treatment ami Iilom rail to uerieet acu. Send (or tuntiuintilale from tlila aud otl SutUi. Dr. E. W, Hall. 2J Oihe.Btro BU Uault, Alu, Bold by uruMUU. Aut. E . i r- "Titti'irrey - - - i, s Wfr Mr. M. C. Williams caino over Something new every day at Don't wait. Do it now. Buy from Homer-so-t Sunday to seo his War Savings Stamps. Fish's. Como and see. and attend the funeral of Savo the quarters and see the Mt.Vkiinon Ky, March 15, 1918 mother Plant some broom corn and his aunt, Mrs. Lou VanWicklo. dollars grow. Buy War Saving youngest son, gather some dollars this fall. Mr. Williams' up 'No. jo" Stamps. "7fV All kinds of typewriters bought I want toCotnmunl- - L xj James, was substantially rememon with BIQNAL A capvassor will shortly tour bered by Mrs. VanWinkle in her and sold by W. H. Fish, Mt. tho Bootio Way route in tho in Ky. will. torest of tho Bcone Way Pioneer W. C. Hopkins sold his place T. C. O'Mara and family will fund. occupy the residence of James near Gum Sulphur on Copper established idea, Mrs. Campbell, Secretary of Maret, at corner of Williams and Creek to J. J. Belcher nnd has has the new look Poplar street after April ist, gono to Harlan county to look Christian Woman's Board of Mistouitvait NHyiiit rt n.co. sions for Kentucky, and Mrs. mo room being reserved for after his coal intorest. about this time ; men usually like TIMK TABLE. Stanley, Secretary of Circle Work lire old road scout for his uso Moro than forty new automo to be for young women of tho State, too. 22 ncrtn P m when visiting bis "old homo biles bavo been counted going will havochargo of the morning 3m5 a tr town." 21 nortn south overland to points in Ten Church. iv.-an 3 south After a three days sojourn in nessee, North Carolina and other servico at the Christian spring suit the one we These women have a world vis 12:18 a n Danville Tudco Richard G. Wil 21 South southern states during past ten ion and a message vital to every know you'll pick as the best Tas. Landkum, Agent liams camo up to Mt Vornnn days. christian. There will be a B &2br fit 011 Saturday last and was huie Phone No. 8. one for you is here ready for you Card oi Thanks: Wo wish the church for C. W.B.M. at the burial Sundny,of his aunt to thank the people and friends workers at 3:30 p m. Catered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posto'fice Mrs. Lou VanWinkle. The fudge to wear. a mail matter. u who wore so kind and good, to us U v It W Har is looking well and was gladly Moonlight Rainbow. Dr. of course; we during the illness and death of suit, you welcomed by his host of RockcasPKU8QS1 AL Lee Uhesnut observed a beautiful our dear beloved mother. something good. tle friends and admirors. Like rainbow, created by the light of Wadk Dukmak II. J. Mullins visi ed Richmond other Rockcastle "boys," he has the moon, one night last week at AND SlSTKIt during tho week. made good. 3 o'clock in the morning. KnowMr. Chas. Sullivan, of Locust ing the scarcity of "moonshine" wait until somebody else Prof T.J. Ball was in Lexing-toLOCAL Point, lnd. and Mrs. Sallio Soward and, Doc's abstemiousness along during the week. has taken the one you were married Sunday at the that line, wo aro led to believe he Sam McMullins nnd D. Bostick J. W. Baker, Jr., has a new homo of Mr. aud Mrs. John. Ren-ne- saw what he believes he iaw, and Ford" touring car. are home on furloughs. Thoy will make their home are led to believe the samo Easter comes March Henry Wood was over from Keep the seed corn in mind. in the Hoosier state, whoro Mr. others that which Doc says he believes, Wildie a few days since. Get it now. Test it. Sullivan is a farmer. there being no reason why they Mrs. G. B Lawrence was up War gardening is already being Get ready now in clothes and An ordiuary broom costs $1. shouldn't believe. If there are from Level Green Tuesday. nuslit here and hereabouts. any who don't believe let him This surely ought to stimulate furnishings. J. J. Brown was up from Level New Easter "Bonnets" for tho planting of broom corn in speak out or forever hold his Green Monday nnd Tuesday. Rockcastle. A broom factory peace. Fish's. men and young men-n- t Mrs. C. H. Mullins visited rel will be establisht in Mt. Vernon Hiatt Crawford brought in a Mrs. Lou VanWinkle has come atives in tho Hiutt section this Next bme you are in town Ford from Cincinnati Saturday. and farmers will be enabled to to and passed out from "life's week. disposo of their crops at good come in and see us. We're little day," and while, as a whole No amount Is too small to lend prices. Filinore Morris of the Red was not the coming to the it -' IM Ki" as glad to "show" the goods ri""m. Hill section was in town Wed your country Buy War Savings Mrs. Fred Balrer. while getting "close of a perfect day" yet it v 1" .1 Stamps. ne.sday. as we are to "sell them. in an automobile Tvrj&fy flighfr iTa.A.life .zvfcwcaiamess and j.lB&X& KifW'ii r m- s- a- wt .L I R:ec.wasap.f rem Cedar; . Good. quflotiiies-o- f sawn Jenco fell vcail sustained' serious" In Unbiw, such as 'a e seldom ville Tuesday and reports the and gate posts aro being shipt juries.. a life almost free from harshness DON'T TAKE A CHANCE ON YOUR SPRING CLOTHES ; farmers hard at it. from this station. Mrs. Baker's injury is of such and discord. Much of her life-- yes COME HERE AND BE SURE, Mrs Jones French of the Rose The Photograph Gallery over a serious nature that sho will bo the part that was best and Hill section has been on sick Burk's Shoo Shop will bo open taken to London to day to under- that should have been most fruit-flist for some days. go an operation. for her own ultimate happion Saturday only. Toncy Brooks with a crew of ness was devoted to the care of Shafer & Murrin have an oil Under tiio now court calender Being the youngest of men arc doing some speciul work rig in operation near Johnetta as changed by act of the recent others. thirteen children, it fell to her here for the L. & N. and will soon have the second Legislature, the April Term of lot to care for the wants of her Mr. and Mrs. Jones B. Proctor one going. tho Rockcastle Circuit Court lias parents in their old age. And, to nnd children wore over from Or Andy Vansant, of near Cooks-bur- been changed to convene the First mar the happiness of a "perfect laudo Saturday and Sunday. planted an acre of navy Monday in May, instead of tho leumho cwisssas Mrs. Win. Bryant and daughter beans last year from which he Third Monday in April. Please day," back yonder a youth went away to the civil war and never of Tennessee, were with Mr. and realized $140, aud retained nine take notice of tho change. came back. Hence she did not Mrs. D. L. Bryant Sunday. bushels On Sunday March all marry in her youth, and no child31st Tommy Dees with his father Gathering corn in March clocks, (and your watch also if ren came to her to give loving PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A baggage master whose run Better have that Photo taken W K. Dickersou were and Prof sounds a little off dont it ? Well you have one), must be set ono caro to her when she became old Next Sunday, March 24th, Miss Is between Louisville and Corbin while you have tho chance. up Irom Livingston Wednesday. under rigorous winter conditions hour ahead Congreas has passed and helpless, and to mourn her Stewart's Bible Class, will meet in was askt if he knew tho populaChurles Parsons, of tho Buck-ev- that has prevailed it couldn't bo a bill to that effect, which was passing. the church at 9:45 a. m., but thb tion of Mt Vernon. He replied: LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERsection of this county is tele- avoided. signed by the president on Tties She was married twice, the other Sabbath School classes will "No, but after my next trip I can IAN CHURCH. graphing for the L & H in Powell day last. The time pieces will first husband being James Arrangements have been comtell you. I will count them. meet in their respective rooms in "Sun Dogs' half circles aud be set back on last Sunday in county. who passed away some Langdon School. All of them, except those who pleted for preaching services in rings about the sun, showing col October. Mrs. Bicknoll, Mrs. Early aud The changes are to be twenty years ago. After a widThe regular preaching services are ill, meet all passenger trains this church next Thursday and of rainbow was a pietty dis owhood of some ten years, her Sunday morning at made at 2 a. m. on abovo dates. Mr. Bert VanWinklo, of Berea, ors n o'clock in at the station daily, and I am ad- Friday evening, March 28 and 29, play viewed by our citizens Satattendod tho funeral of Mrs. Lou second marriage was with the McFarland Memorial Church vised that arrangements aro to by the Rev. Frank E. Moore, of urday afternoon. Patriotic. Logan D. Taylor, late Jas. VanWinkle, who pro- "VanWinkle. At 2:30 o'clock, Sunday after- be made to bring the ill ones Mt. Vernon. of this place, who was honorably ceded her into the "beyond" by noon the sacrament of the Lord's down to dopot in autos, wagons, Don't forget that broom corn discharged Mr. Moore will preach in LonD wight Bowman drove Mr. at Hattiesburg, in The Supper will be colebrated and new drays, pushcarts, wheelbarrows don, Saturday evening and Kaster Murrell's Ford thru to Lobanon seed. "Brooms is brooms" now. January from army service on only thirteen months. Junction Wednesday aud returned The broom maker is not dead account of physical disability, on second marriage (the only one members will be publicly received. or other vehicles of transporta- morning, returning to Livingston known by the writer) was a most but ho's chargine: tremendous advice of tho physicians by train that night. Theie will bo no preaching ser- tion, to assist in getting trains for Easter sermon, Sunday eveninchargaj ing, March 31. Mullins Jr, Wade and pricos for his output. Plant. has put in his application as a beautiful one. Mr. VanWinkle vices at night, but the Senior thru the place."' Everotto This man's statement, while a Tho residence and most of the Roscoo Hysinger, Cecil Purcoll Get in the game and secure sonic volunteer and asks to be enlisted was a teacher and a .literary man; and Junior Christian Endeavor and along this latter line the lives Societies will meet at usual hours little exaggerated, calls to mind and Hyatt Crawford motored to of the big profits for yourself. again, saying ho thinks ho is fit contents of James Lawrence, of husband and wife blended in Lexington Saturday. Fred Baker went to Lexing- nnd hopes to be accepted for ser- most perfect harmony; not only in Langdon Chapel and music the foolish habit quite a number which building was situated on of our people aro addicted to. It room. Sidney S. O'Dell, of Barbour-ville- , ton Monday morning taking his vice "over there." Adams street, was destroyed by did the couple appreciate and The pastor will preach in Pres. is difficult at times for passengers fire last Friday uight. Origin of District Deputy M. W. A . Cadillac machine for overhaulHarry Jones sold his farm love the tiner and higher phases byterlan church at Livingston, to get on and off trains on account is hero for a few days working ing; changed his mind while was near Hiatt last week to Wm. Mc- of literature (the soul of things) Thursday and Friday evenings, of tho unnecessary visitors many fire unknown. Property with the local camp. there and traded the auto for a insured. Mr. Lawrence bought were "live wires" March 28 and Queen for $3250.00. In two but thoy both 29, at London, Sat- of whom thoughtlessly, or other- Geo. Owens' property on West has al- big National and returned homo or three days McQueen sold Joe Noe, the on current world events even to urday evening and Easter morn- wise bloMc up the space on plat- Main and moved to it this week. ready broken tho lurger part of tho samo day. Fred now has same place to Ja Jackson county tho close of their day (80 and 76 ing, returning to Livingston for form. It is proving an unmititwenty acres in his field just be- the biggest gas buggy in Rock- man for $34so.0o. This is the respectively), when so very J. W. Baker has tnovo his Kaster services, Sunday evening, gated nuisance and should be, discastle. yond tho fuir grounds. same place Earl Phillips sold many people who attain such March list. continued. If you can't break store from tho Roclccastlo buildMcsdamcs R. A. Sparks and Harry Jones less than four ripe old ages ."become people of Congressman J. Campbell the habit try at least to keep out ing to the D. 0. Poyntor room on Eberhart the London Photog- of the way of passengers, agent south side of Main street. W. A. McKonzie went to Louis writing W. H. Fish, treas- months ago for $2750.00. Phillips the past." And, furthermore, ville Wednesday afternoon for a urer, says: '"It gives me genu bought it less than two years ago these people gave of themselves rapher will be here a few more and trainmen attending their Tho Boy's Declamatory Contest week's visit to friends and rela ine pleasure to contribute toward from Geo. Payne for $2250.00 to others up to tho very time of Saturdays. duties. of tho Mt. Vernon High School lives. their passing. tho purchase of an auto for and the folks thought Phillips The Mt. Vernon Telephone took placo March 7th. All of the While Aunt "Lou" (which wo Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Murrel Col. Jim Maret. Col. Maret has was crazy paying such a price Company are completing a new For Sale: My four room res- contestants did crodit to themall loved to call her) was an in and son, were called to Taylor done a wonderful work, and I then. poles fiom Orlando to a idence with good lot and out- selves. After careful deliberation valid for more than a year prior line of county Tuesday" to attend tho always deeply appreciate his loy Every boy in our county from to her passing, and much of the point half mile below Buckeye buildings in Orlando, Ky. Would the judges gave the medal to funeral of her brother who died al friendship. sell at a bargain or trade for a John Albright. His subject was sixteen to twenty-onyeurs of age time practically helpless, yet whero it joins the at Camp Taylor. Tho variety of good literature, is to be eurollod in tho Boys' only .a fow weeks ago she ex- line. An additional wire will be small farm. My only reason for the "Traitor's Deathbed." Ho Corporal Grant Mullins made a consisting of 150 or moro vol- Working Reserve. When a boy strung from Mt. Vernon to Brush selling is on account of my health. delivered it in a very pleasing round trip from Hattiesburg, umes, contributed to the Mt. has worked on a farm or iu cer- pressed the desire to live longer Creek. A number of improve This is a good location for a manner. The other contestants Miss , to Port Thomas, last week Vernon Library, by Mrs. 0. S. tain other essential employment that she might help others. As ments have been made on the Doctor, none closer than five were Milton Moore, Julian Miller, to transfer there deserters from Niold, of Wilton, is being great- lor thirty six days ho is" to bo an illustration of her "helping system and sixty two telephones miles. If interested write, call Claude McHargue, Robert Davis others," she joined actively in the latter place to Mississippi. and Robert Fish. Julian Miller tho boys and given a bronze medal by the giving to war demands, notwith- havo been added to the service j on or call up ly enjoyed by and Claune McHargue desorvo Corporal Monroe Miller, of this girls and many adults, all of Government Jonks B. Phoctor, and a certitlcate standing her own income was but during past few months. Com honorable mention. county, now at Hattiesburg Is whom express due appreciation which ho can treasure all his meager, and hardly sufficient paring the system with other Orlando, Ky. to suffering with his oves on ac- to the generous and thoughtful life. This work gives every red keep counties, it is up with nny of herself in comfort. Yot, as White Plymouth Rocks. The count of measles having settled donor. blooded boy a chanco to help the widow gave her mite so did them and beyond many of them For Sale: One odd black host winter layers. Eggs $1.50 in point oi servico rendered. mule, 6 yrs old, sound and good. in them. Ho will probably bo support a soldier. Enrollment aunt Lou. per sotting. The new rapid tiring Browning officers havo beon Owners, managers and operators Will sell tight for cash. homo on a furlough soon. appointed for But as touching our tribute to W. H. Miluii gun, lately tested out oy our all precincts in every county. her, of what value are boquets to aro to be commended and com Henry Bowman was in irom J. M. Cox. Phono 79. Govomment showed its firing ca See list in this plimented over results obtained week's Signal. bis farm first of week. He says pacity Goochluud, Ky. tho dead? Rather let us send to be 20,000 shots an hour efforts to give satisfacThat telephone magnate. T. F. ho Is making the dirt flv, tho Capt. McKenzio Brown writes our flowers to living, while they in their 2t. Mar. 29. or about seven shots per second Dees was here Tuesday in "over tion for value received. didn't adviso whether he had Ono style of the firearm woighs some interesting letters to his can appreciate thorn. Yet since alls," putting on the appearance been plowing or knocking up Mrs. Cloo Brown, at the calm, quiet and useful life 85 pounds, which is mounted on mother, of a workiug man. "He sho do the dust (dirt)on the highway. a tripod; another woighs 15 this place from Mesopotamia, came to its ckxe, let us draw the work," when he is ut it. Mr. Ed Smith still holds his buzz pounds and is handled as an or- whoro no is serving in the Brit curtain in tender memory,and not Dees Is feelinir protty good over wagon upon stilts awaiting the dinary gun. ish service, fighting the Turks. forgot all its benefits toothers his successful managomout of Mrs. Rosa A. Klsi. 318 dlfnton drying up of tho mud. Says he Mesopotamia (meaning between remembering that the ''life of Place, Kansas City, Missouri, writes: his telephoue system and tho W. H. Shanks showed two rivers), is located doesn't care so much for dust, Hon. between tho just is as a shining light" wm very 1 Bronchitis. sick with Catarrh people are pretty well satisfied he can brush that off with a band the Interior Journal force four the Euphrates and the Tigris, that shinetb moro and more unto and I alpo bad a cold kerchief but ho "naturally 'spises" oars of corn which had beon which streams, In tho head. I used I'eruna and am with splendid servico given after forming a a perfect day.' well pleased with the results. It mud spread over a lizzie. thereon. tested for seed. Three tested junction How Into tho Porsian of Aztec, William Williams, hu dono mo a great deal of good. Miss Georgia McPerron left only about eight or ton per cont. Gulf. This country I do not need any other medicine. I lies oast of Now Mexico is the only romaln Old clothes are being collected Wednesday afternoon for High and one was almost perfect. Tho can cheerfully recommend It to any Palistino aud its border (tho Eu- ing member of tho family of at Red Cross headquarters for tho land Park in response to a tele odo wbo Is troubled with catching cold frequently or any one wbo has gram from her sister, Mrs. Nell strange part of it is, the ono phrates), is uearly four hundred thirteen cnildren of Richard G. Belgians. It you have any that a cbronlo cough or chronic catarrh. Coleman, stating that Mr. Cole- that germinated well was the miles from Jorusulem. . Captain Williams. Mrs. VanWinkle was PE-RU-N- A vou are wllliug toseud, havo them Those wishing further particular man and their oldest son wore meanest lookingear in tho bunch. Brown was in this holy city some tho thirteenth member of concerning my case may write me. at Rod Cross headquarters by next the very sick with pneumonia. Thou who objMt to Muti mtiU Bo auro to enclose a stamp and I Tuesday. Interior Journal. tlmo back. family. wll ajuwer," Hm CM ftKitf tiWB Mt. Vernon Signal y whnTf. New Clothes for Easter Set them early THAT'S an Vor-no- n, mm Mcond-ciMn "in it," ptwmm !in Your out 1 r It's FISH SPECIAL know want n Dont r. well-to-d- o IIu 1 f -- want. 31st 'fc -- - ul g cfJJIakl.r.mriili;. r THE CASH STORE L o Bowl-war- Can-tril- l, e Wildie-Clima- z Catarrh and Bronchitis and Cold in the Hettd H V tUt V aSiSflislSOG&fPI Would have been glad to huvo entertained you at meals and olherwlso long before this but t. Tlio purroso of tho U. S. supposed you wore so busily Hoys Working Reserve is to engaged nnsworing invitations boys between 16 and 2i from frlonds, that you would jcars uf ago in some produetivo to till tlinm all to include service al least during the va- our humble homo with your cation period, and help thorn presence Wo aro indeed glad got prnporly located. to havo you with us." "Well " tho ranjor replied: "I 2. IJuys may work on farms, around mines, railroads, or some appreciate being with you ond 'cssontial industry" to tho War havo enjoyed your hospitality tr Program of tho Government, and the fullest extent, tlu I'um ru earn tho Federal Badge of Honor. minded of tho fact that the sav3. Boys may work on their ing by the lowly Nazarlno, made on-roll It I Purposes Of.the Boysf Working Reserve "Major ' iii Mnrtin our family i WMfcUwMri'rii,UV',iai hi n n ! '. rinWM'tia r.n. , hshwssi a I I ! I!!M tI! f t 1 I 1 i II ! I II I ( 1 1 U1 11 111 1 1 I tII IIIII! i II f I) I I t I I I I t 1 III 1 II .tiff l..! "CJ-- " To The Food will Win theft) DON'T WASTE IT Be a . American People any conspiracy to defraud the Government. Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. n RAISE IT Producer As Well as Consumer w All There is no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our Company by agents of the Federal Trade Commission and I want to say emphatically that Swift & Company is not a party to ' HAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GKA.IN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH .1 Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bids ! Conferences of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U. S. Army and Navy and the Allies, now be. ing handled through the Food Administration. Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity y to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most pressing duty. co-oper- We will continue to do our utmot,un-de- r whole-heartedl- ! I The Trade Commission Attorney has, byfaiiftlhference atwfmisplaced empha- sis, given to disconnected portions of the correspondence taken from our private files and read into the Record, a false and sinister meaning with the plain purpose of creating antagonistic public opinion. The services of the packers of the United States are most urgently needed, and I regret exceedingly that we should at this time have to spend our efforts in defending ourselves against unfounded, unproved, and unfair assertions such as are being daily made public. farms, their father's farms, or may hire out at agreed wages. 4. Some schools dismiss boys of certain standing for a special penou 10 neip in emergency farm work, with full school cred it. No military service is re5 quired in this enrollment. Tho Boys Working Reserve has no connection whatever with tho Army or tho Navy; it is organ-zeunder the tho Department of Labor at Washington. 6. No boy ts enrolled without parents' or guardians' consent. Boys will not be taken from thoir own homes, but can earn tho certiilcato and medal working on their fathers' (arms as on any other. The U. S. Boys Working 7. Reserve is organized under the Department of Labor. Washington, is a part of the program of tho Kentucky Stato Council of Defense. AWARDS: 8. When a boy takes the oath of allegiance and service, ho is d - " WtrrcrgwUScate H of our groat Government, and a 'i &q&kH7. ) Swift & President small enrollment button. 9. If the boy works as much as thirty-sidays of eight hours each Ou a farm, or sixty days ot eight hours each in some "esson tial industry" he is awarded th Federal Bronze Badge of Honor on the recommendation of the County Director, who gets a cer tificate from the farmer that so much work has beon done, 10. Tho names of boys earn ing the Bronze Badge are re gistered with the Department of Labor at Washington. x Company, U.S. A. wm.t. mi 11. Farmers haven't much uso tor cigarette smoking boys gpl sSKBasEaeag Xif&S&noTftw "SBJmJJ CASTOSIA jnm tthliaciia 07? FOR FLETCHER'S Don't Read THIS. You had better not read this unless you want to be reminded that it is your duty to buy some iJT t JfrJ Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jonei, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread' from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n piln, until life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and 1 gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . I decided to 1 Hon. Richard G. Williams, well and most favorable known in Danville, arrived hist night for two or tlireo days stay. Judgo Williams was graduated from Old Centro about 1895, and has many warm friends and admirers in this city. When horo ho was noted as an extemporaneous speaker of unusual merit, and won the grand prize, the inter- ooliegiato contest oratorical against the leading speakers ot tho state. Tho judge is a sterl. ing democratic gentleman, bavJ in ir during his college career. r Col. "lUJ'Jlveh.flg$l)Q.nl pf tffmrctnent .to fr&r)QeTmad many speedup in' Boyle the Boone Highway Association Jasper with a $ 1,000 motor boat county for tho democratic com- came to Louisville from Mt. Verto be used by him in the canal mittee. Judge Williams is now non iceently to attond to somo of which ho was the prime- cause making his homo in Covington, highway business of importance. of its building, 'things moved whoro he is tho senior member At a little talk.feast at the Auto- mighty slowly, but was finally of the linn of Williams & Rogers, mobilo Club, Col. Maret told the accomplished thru tho generosity thu leading law firm of Northern story of an old couplo who wore of virtually strangers, citizens Kentucky. Incidentally Judgo suddenly enriched by the discovof adjoining and other states. -- Williams Is attending some legal ery of oil on their farm in the Fleming (Wis.) Times. matters in this city. Before re; mountains. turning to Covington Judge "Liza, you have beon a mighty HOW'S THIS? William? will make a short visit faithful wife," said the old man, We offer One Hundred Dollars to his old homo in Mount Vernon. who had been offered a fortune Danville Advocate. Reward for and case of Catarrh for the oil rights, "and I want that cannot bo cured by Hall's you to have anything that you FOR A BAD COLD. Catarrh Medicine. Cough want something that you havo Take Chamberlain's Hall's Catarrh Medicine has Remedy. It bas stood the test wanted for j ears something been taken bv catarrh suffoiors of time and can be depended upon that we havo been too poor to for the pist thirty-fivyears, and has become known as the mos reliabio remedy for Catarrh Hall s Catarrh Medicine the Blood on tho Mucous surfaces, expelling tho Poison from tho Blood and healing the diseased portions After you have taken Hall' Medicine fcr a short Catarrh tima you will see a great improv mem iu your general health Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at onco and get rid of catarrh Send for testimonials, e more than eighteen hundred years ago: 'A prophet is not without honor savo in his own country.' Yours is the fourth invitation I havo received in my home town, to visit a family during the years of my work." "The abovo dialogue took place sotno time ago in a little Michigan town, near one ot tho Great Lakes. Jasper Martin, whom many called a dreamor, conceived tho idea of the construction of a canal to connect the lake with an inland rivar. After two years strenuous efforts ho attracted some attontion, in tho mcautimo was looked upon by enemies and some of his friends as being olf his balance, altho he had demonstrated by figures and otherwise the vast benefits to and the in Increased valuation of farms and all property along tho proposed route of tho canal. Tho doubt ing Thomases hindered the proposition. However tho undertaking carried and three million dollars was raised the work com pleted and Jaspor was then tho lion of the hour. When friends PEOPLES BANK A l'AKl OF ALL you earn. Money in the pocket burns, 4 Pat it l Levies uniiK. f upen up a oneckmg account with us, A Vllir checks returned will show where your money lins gone, nnd they will spur you uu lu savo iwr mo ociior tilings ot juo. fcA Vh, .1 . in mo nnni-oltiw- (.. .1 WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK . HllllMllliil Okntre Graduate Himrt MT. VERNON, KV. Hi .1.1.. 1111MII1IM, iiii.iiiiiiiii.ii.i;::::::!'!! iiiiiiiii iu r SSH ...ii t GRANVILLE OWENS III Undertaker B9mA phone COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets & Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Orders Promptly Filled """l " buy you.jean have anything you. wai- u- JMSvuitt'isv rtiatrlvis ?" " "Well, I sure do need a new choppin' ax fer gettin' up my stove wood," said tho old woman. Kentucky Motorist. TRY THIS FOR SOUR STOMACH. o " '' Kat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly. Eat but little rapa and nqno at all for supper. If you are still troubled with"'sou stomach take one of Chamber Iain's Tablets boforo going to bed 'urn 11 Tt. LOUISVILLE, KV. nmti: . u - -- Liberal essertmsat and full valua paid Hldei and Coat Bklaa it . J3C mm trrvw irA-SAg- f;zc.-iis&S t acts-thr- PUBLIC SALE Real Estate Brodhead On Saturday, March 23rd 19 18 I will offer free. F. J. Cheney Ohio. & Co , Toledo. Sold by all druggists, 75c V War Saving Sfamps and hefp win fhe War, You can truly help in this way as if you were "OVER THERE." Be a patriot. Invest some money today in a way that willl help the Government, and at 1 1 ... ir Robert Gentry The Short Say, you big, longed legged giraffe, you're so tall that when you smoke a cigar at night you look like a lighthouse. Robert Harrv Tho Tall One -Shut up. you little sawed off down runt. You're so darned little thut when you smoke a cigarette, you look like a One him-niered cig-arett- S OF o same time be gilt edge investment for yuu. holder. THIS q w R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST NIT. VERNON. KY. SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY TAKE CASTOR I A For Infants and Childrca 'Phone 39 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took four bottlM," Mis. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have Hot a pain. . . "It has now been two In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of Qviftsff-CUciVi-l 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. WOODYARD propertyt and recently occupied by B T Young. This in- Handy Kitchen Utensils that snvo time and labor and dotho work bettor, aroquito a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware j We have everything for kitchen uso in tho lino of Potc, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery, Brushes, Knives, Meatchoppers, etc., and a good many little articles that we are showing aro recoutly intro. duced novoltios that should be in your homo. BAD TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH years since I tookCardui, and I am still In good health. , . I would advise any woman or gut to use Cardul who ii a sufferer from any female When you have a bad taste in your mouth you may know your digestion Is faulty. A doso of Chimborlain's Tablets will correct the disorder. They also causo a gentle movement of the bowels. You will find this to be one of the best medicines you havo ever become acquainted with. usu-all- y cludes 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 the railroad. of This property will be offered separately and as a whole. In addition there will be offered for Sale about 300 bushels of Good FEED CORN. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. trouble." If yousutferpaln caused front womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-d- o wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. UhelpedhrrfWe believe it wUllisaYOU. xxx&gzxx c. c; Mt. Vernon, Kv. cox Opoosite Court House AQ Druggists Foil Sale: One Iron Grey Jack about i5 hands high weight about 1000 pounds, ono of tho best breeders in the stato, age 7 year3 in' May of this year. This Jack was imported from Indiana 1918. Also ono fine combined (black) saddle and harness Stallion 4 years old May aotb, this year, 16 hands high weight about 12 hundred pounds. This Stallion is a son of M. Donn, No 3623. Sale starts promptly at 2 o'clock. TERMS: one-ha- cash, balance in equal payments to become lf Jan. , 19 J 9, and the balance Jan. I, J 920, bearing due, 6 per cent interest with lien retained on property for purchase money. O.ie-thir- d This March J5, J9J8. in For further particulars call on or address, M. J. DETUUKUM, Mt. Vernon, Ky. H. C. JONES AUCTIONEER H. T. YOUNG