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VERNON, 'ROCKCASTLE && mmml ' FRIDAY, MARCH 22 1918 d ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI COUNTY, NUMBH 26 V Working Committee of the B flesorvo Tor this 1 oMBtV ', is pro- patcd togivo boys' id Daren' s It any information concern of tho plan that ft ture in their minds. TheS feature that needs no furtheMcplanation than a bald stalenftefofc that tho 1 cup flour 1 cup cooked oatmeal or rolled country needs tho boytjind needs thecall on everyfor are lJg cup com meal oaU him badly, duringMp coming 1 teaipoonMli 2 tabletpoona shortening on :to practice economy Is great- 5 (pooni Royal Baking Powder Summer. IV cup milk J6 Hardware, No eggt 2 UbL.poon lUfar ' ever betore. er basts . The enrollment cardtef the ReSift togethtr floor, corn meal. Bait, baking powder and sugar. serve, is nearly seltUifplanatory Add oatmeal, melted shortening and milk. Bake In greased principle of this great demand is of tho manner in wftNh the Reshallow pan In moderate oven 40 to 45 mlnuUs. for everyone to economise and ness,SaddIes;Bndles,SoftDnnks serve operates. It i"stated, at This wholesome bread' is easily arid quickly Amade with the aid of tho outset, that thouf Mthis army its Magazines, thereby do his toward win- of farm labor constlCdtjw a second Chinaware, Enamelwarc, Flour, great World line of defense fot jtttjfcountry; and an indispensibleerig, there is Food, Spring Men who have money have Meal, Feed, If used three times, a week in place of white bread by the no military featuro'liixLany comfor hc Picture hurry, 22 million families in theJJnited States, it would save more pulsion in tho procesS1'C ames, Men s Shirts, than 900,000 barrels of flour a month. The enrollment cawj calls for of have made by practicthe expression of wHfuigness on Our new Red, White and Blue booklet, "Best War Time Recipe", ing economy and getting on containing many other recipes for making delicious and wholesome tho part of the the wheat saving foods, mailed Jree address country in the presenteilergency. ground floor with their buying. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO, Dept H, 135 William St., New York It calls also for tho cohht of his rash, Goods, Whenever you see one of parent to his enteringte Reserve. Ferry s Seeds, to the It solicits informatiG&j-acustomers you will see a satisfied Towels, Kind of work that Jrf belfeves bo customer and one who has prac- - and hundreds of other items too can do to the advantae,;is to the numerous to mention. period of time for 'jifak" he will tised economy. agree to work Jeff- - or threo of tho boys are feeling prices, they will corawning hii exnewBge. if any, r, 1, m f tayufNvoikT iAWDSEB-W-- . Rockcastlo. Wo stood inspection " Mandy " nnd Beck. Here is in coil pi'AciiLi yesterday and passed tho best hoping you are all enjoying the It is explained thatCtfei boy is economy. not obligated by hfs&niollment, inspection of, any of tho compan best of health. Mniclt io, 1819. to go to this localHjk'ofjfo that, ies in tho 3rd'Bn. both in squad 91I1 Co. 3rd Bn. Your son, when he is asked; Ee.if the rooms and drills. Our commandJessr T. Fish. 159 Depot Brigade. locality assigned iijJpKwtisfac-tor- y ing officer certainly1 did give us a Camp Taylor, Ky. to him. The effattf will be boost. Ho is one of the finest Dear Dad: made, in placing boyfe'to send fellows down here, altho there I know you are interested each boy to the locaihy'here he in the "Y" so I'll try my best are some, other good fellows. seeing County Agent and find The following is the list of those To Locate It.'' Lieut. Weeks (the man that desires to serve, Mtftild tbo who will assist Chairman J. h. All farmers who have seed corn out who has it and where to to tell you something about it. first assignment ;pfgcinnsa You know what home means trains us)- has seen service in Pilkenton in the enrollment of the to sell are asked to send their find it. factory the loy is the English army. Be is a fine to so United to you, the '"Y" means the same States Boys Working name, address and number of indicate, and to staftgMa prefer-enc- a wedo well ho to wo boys only I sometimes fellow Reserve : Prof. D.H. Lyon, Prof. bushels to County Agent. By doas to localitiM 'zfliZf Boys between tho ages of praises us'whon wedon't, well, n think it means more. L.J.Webb, Mrs. Alice Davis, John ing this hundreds of formers who FOR FLETCHErS , , -d and twenty-one- , who believe hodoe'sntr'Someof tfie boys na iu uieaegieerTiifjBOi Its our church, library, show, V'YJX are lMkiiif6?wair'Ho'2ood pos t hatjWptrjudividuaUn (the. cpunl iavjnlV&JtfefIbztt&VL post office, informutiqn bureau itforsHiWorHeve,5,-tbeyfr-i Edith Phillips, Miss Viola DetjV including himself, is obligated made plain that the boy who has Board, R. T. Abney, Miss Martha place in the whole camp to write make good. Now about our eats to do his part toward drubbing signed the enrollment card, may Jones, Mrs.Eilzabeth Brown, Miss that what wo like to talk about the Kaiser, can place themsolves at a later date decline work and Lela Norton, Miss Fannie Wynn, letters. most bo released from his pledge, on Miss Lena McCall, Cecil Hays, D. Tin? is not all either, there is because we are always hungry. where the Government always a kind word hero for That big cup of coffoo, steak, needs their services by joining at the written request of his parent G. Bullock, John Scott, Arch every one wo near tuo best of bam, sausage, peas, beans, piuo once the United Statos Boys' or guardian, but only on such Chasteen. Theo.Pigg. W.I.Dooloy, singing both religious and popu- upples prunes and olives all the Working Reserve. The County! written request. Hiatt Mink. E. B. Herron. onions and pickles (which I havo lar I go nlmost every night when learned to eat) cornbread and I don't go to school, t see Edd lightbreod aro certainly things Gentry every dny or two. He that make a fellow feel like a Our nie.s kit consists seems well pleased with the way Samson Seed corn scarce. Something wo are all satisfied Those of us of a pan with a folding handle for meat and vegetables, a cover must be done, The farmers who who are .most di. contented are have com should have it tested the fellows who haven't boon out which we use for desert, a short knife and fork ana ti short handled before planting or selling it for much. I'm alwavs asking who seed. It doesn't make any difwants to go to tho "Y" with mo big spoon. This kit folds up and nan JiAh "refill u wirrn r ' 'nn ir ference if the corn does look good Generally some of tbo fellows go makes a nice little Kit. Our it should bo tested, and now is the We have ajlundy bunch of fel- bunks (or beds) are 30 inches wide 7 (eet long made of irou time so as to have plenty of time lows in our squad room They buy. to make other tests-owith springs. We put a bed M. tako things protty well Some Until you've tried finishing your floors with There has been four tests made of us have been on duty every sack on that and a good wool ;s:t : ;::::: :::t from corn on stalk, sbock,shucked night and day sinco wo have blanket next, Mien wo havo two and from the crib not shucked, aa beon here. Some have been K. blankets and u big comfort to go 0 the following result was obtained: on top which makes the linest ) some room P.s (kitchen police P.r cant you do not know what an easy matter it is, and how orderlies, some on carpenter bed you over saw. Now I guess 1st tost. 43 ears, 15 good, 30 inexpensive. No matter how worn and scarred your work, whilo other do nothing you want to know about me 2nd test, 20 ears, 2 good, 10 covers up an the delects floors may be, Lustro-Finis- h I'm alright just as happy as if 1 much but drill. 3rd test, 36 ears. 2 good, 5 ana gives a noor tne Dngnt, lustrous nnisnoi nara had good sense. You don't have Tho squad I'm in is composed 4th test, 57 ears, 1 1 good, 20 Also the perfect finish for woodwork, furniture, This looks serious. We sbould of "big huskies" Raleigh French, lime to get lonesome and there is the stock of the Pioneer every interior wood surface. devote the entire month to testing Lee Uoy Hamilton, John Berry. no need for it any way. My in Bill Warren, Oscar Hibbard, oculation hurt' just a little. We and helping others testing corn. Comas in nearlv a -dozen doduIrt wood colon. Store from Chas. Davis, Sherman Owens and a fellow by didn't havo to drill for thirty six SEED CORN TESTED. yjffctfifcaa&fcito. tho name of Bosncr from Jeffer- hours so we could rest and wo Mt. Vernon High School Stud will continue the busines son county and myself. Those did not notice the effect so much. the ents directed by Prof. Lyon will other six fellows are from Rock- My vaccination has begun to take. test Seed Corn for all tbo farmers castle county. Our company ib Can't say what it will do. Two same old stand. in Rockcastlo county, who will tako their corn to tho school. These tests will be free to tho EEXfZCZ4ZSS complete line of patents and farmers. Berea College Vocational Desundries will always be partment will test all Seed Corn brought in by the farmers. This found on hand. X X work will bo supervised by Prof t Wm. Baird. These tests will bo XXI XL HLDCZ If free also. Tho farmers should are cordially invited to see Prof. Lyon and Prof. Baird at come in and see us when in once and make arrangements for How to Make Oatmeal Bread Healthful to Eat Saves the Wheat Merchandise of Quality POPULAR PRICES - TODAY than the headquarters GROCERIES, We a ROYAL BAKING POWDER ''bit'' Shf'iT Tinware, ningthe War. Pratt's notmadeit ma them but most ts it boy-thol- p tre glovesj Overalls, Cravats, - Les, Work FOOD WILLWIN THE WAR my 5?fcrc Pecl efi' SusPmdrs Curtain s D.M. Ml JESS Eml&&3 FISH tt-- a, ;TwiWM,3gt:& &imiizwysix Watch my GQMRW W. F. BAKER, MT.VERNON KENTUCKY UNITED STATES BOYS'WORKING " - RESERVE it,mty too.-Wbe- six-tee- 7 wf Children Ory ielSSEPnSkiUfe'- i Danger! Danger! PIONEER x1 1 DRUG STORE BOWMAN, Prop. uyftftiv Thing -- firlmrfloors DWIGHT r Hanna's Lustro - Finish -- H AVING PURCHASED L. Drug at J. S2&. &&. B. N "Ta, 1 OE ft SHOES 4 8hoesaH Ur& U11UL.U x 22 i3nnnrnS A drug 66 You W.S.S. Issued by the Buy them liberally. It is a privilege as well as a duty: it strengthens the war for democracy ; it is patriotism THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED WE ADVERTISE OUR SHOES FOR A REASON WE SELL AMERICA'S 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 Slippers,Men's High-GraOxfords de need of anything in our line. See us when you need the testing. HELP WANTED NOW. We all can't go to war but wa can do something in this Seed All Corn Testing Campaign. who can test Seed Corn should do it NOW. Urge Farmers help test to test their corn corn. Go out and got it and test it for the sake of our country. We need all tho seed corn we can find overy where. Ministers, lawyers, doctors, merchants, and school teachers are urged to join in and help find seed corn for our country by testing it. Enlist Now Today. It will bo too late April or May. Paint I ! WM SAVINGS STAMPS United States Government and Oil to do your Spring Painting. i i i Shoos for All Leather Shoes. You desorro the best for your money. Wo guarantee satisfaction. the whole family Pioneer Drugstore MT VERNON BY KENTUCKY The Bank of Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KY. 11 JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD mrid nntr rn -- wttd nnmi'nnv Help Us ' "Seed Corn Wanted. :" - Vi. jSLxiiaa.i- - gsjsx'.imci. r ri'i'fiHMii; iwf r JwViCitfff nwn. lmrnVtfclu'L'fel'''jg!'fif,il,, MtiVcrnon Signal Many Central tind ollu-- Kentucky counties aru haiidicnppcl in the way of Minna' 111 labor Friday, March 22, 1918 Between tho coal mines of east ern Kentucky and tho higi Publithtd every Friday by orices paid for labor by thenum EDGAR S. ALB RIGHT, erous war munition works, uorth of the Ohio river, lulu $1.0 dreds of men liavobccn iinlurcd OBSCRIPTION ONU YKAR to leave Kentucky fields, tho a Advertising rates maae known on pood number have returned yet a shortage of help exists. application The legislature has enacted MKMBKROF KENTUCKY PHESS ASSOCIATION a aw providing for tho payment of men summoned for jury service whether they servo or not, at least for one day. The highest elI7v7ftToti reached by man into the atmosphere is six and a half miles. To prevent the spread of law icssuess In I.eo county where troubles have brokeu out In the region between adverse claimants to land and ltases, Governor Stanley requested that U.S troops be sent there; the state militia having all been mustered into the National army the statu is without a military organization, tho there is a bill now pending before the legislature for tho creation of home guards or organization for military protection for use when needed. The Federal re. ply to the Governor's application was to the effect that until conditions readied a certain stage and were beyond "the control of local and stato aulhorties no Federal soldiers could be legally sent to the affected district in question. J3flJflniyfr'. .nrhnritlijg do- nounce the reports of extreme lawless acta and claim they are greatly oxagerated and that troops are not needed. An oil man arriving here fiom the Ir. vine field in early part of tho week claims that conditions are bad up there. of the increase in land valuations along Boone Way, in four of the south east ern counties of Kentucky, on account of that highway being Tuuk liberty is the right to do as you please, if vou please to do what is right. New York, March 20, 1918. J. H. L,. V. Brown, T Young, W. Bethurum. Mt. Vernon, Ivy. E. R. Gentry has been appointed for Y. M. C. A. work' in France. To meet Government requirements send us night let ter, stating how long you have known him, his attitude regarding Socialism and pacifism, and loyalty of himself, relatives and Rush confirmation associates. by'letter. 124 ... Oscar M. Miller, War Personel Force, East 28 St., Now York, N. Y. March 21, 19 18. OnrH M'HuS MWMkMMM War Personel Force. St .New York.N.Y. Brown and Bethurum known S. It. Gentry all his life Young known him three years. He has no toleration for socialism or pacifism. Loyalty of himself, relatives and associates above question. Country and Y. M. C. A. to be congratulated on obtain ing services of such a noble man and patriot. L. W. Bethurum. I24 lEast 28th . If one fourth built thru its territory, was in automobiles it would pnrchase 800 or more which' it formed into a motorcade would reach a distance of two and a hajf miles and if the Ford ma. chines was takeu it will fill the road from Mt. Verncn to Brod head a distance of six miles, with seven tlivors left over or enough for boys to play games of marbles with, putting live in tho "ring" and using two for "taws." W. Brown, H. T. Young. B RODH EAD The threatened great drive by the Huns xgainst tho Allies on tho western front appears to have been more of a big bluff than any thing vise. It appears that the Kaiser has gathered a big force but is fearful of making his " big drive ' and is waiting for the attack to be precipi tated by the Allies. He, as usual, has been lying when attempting to belittle the American forces Now comes forward the Bureau of Fisheries pronouncing edible such sea dwellers as porpoise, whale, small species of shark, mussellsand in addition a long string of names new to most of of denizens of sea, air and land. It would appear that few should get hungry if they take Uncle Sams udvice It might be a good afflicted most all his lifo witli idea to "ketch more of those ani- spinal trouble, with resulting t.uborculosls. For tho lust suv mals." era! weeks ho was forced to sloep Whale meat is being sold in on his knees in u rocking chuir, city market at about half the being unable to lie down at all. cost of beef. A whale ordinarily He leaves a little brother and many relatives hore, besides his furnishes 15,000 pounds of beef to E It. Gen try made a fino father talk at the carcass, equal to that of from tho Baptist church last Saturday twenty to twenty five fine cattle. night before his final leave for It is said .a whulo is not a fish. Mew York. The Iioum) was lihed Now if theso animals could bo witti enthusiastic friends, who hone for Ed a successful lournov. driven overland and up into the J.M.Robsion, of Barbourviiio.il mountains, porkless days could candidate for tho nomination of congress in this district, made 0110 be run a week at a stretch. of the very best speeches ever Thk Louisville Herald advises delivered in this town. Thursday the Signal that it's city has an night of last week to a houso of uglter man than our Brod head moro thana hundred republicans Walter Robins was at homo champion homely speciman. A from Harlan county from Saturnumber of Rockcastle citizens day until Wednosdry. R. H. claims to be from the "show me" Hides returned to Harlan last state beyond tho Mississippi week utter spending soverul days Now let tho Horald man bring hero with home folks. Mr. and out his exhibit or kjndly desist Mrs. J M. Roberts woro the guests of Mr. and Mrs JimHaycs.utGum in our Brodhead friend such Sulphur, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. needless scares hereafter. W.I1 Andorsou, Mr und Mrs. John Robins and daughter, Mildred, CNned Gray tish h being and W J. Owens attended the l Introduced at a cost of of Curtis Robins at Goshon, about half half that of salmon. Sunday. Miss Clyde Watson and Grocers should securo supplies Austin Durham were down from Mt Vernon and spent from Friday for their customers. until Sunday with relutixes here. The revival at the Christian IN tho American army jn quo (.(lurch fccsniT?mt TTg.Vtr eantonemont there ure 7500 for- Kid J.W.Mastors, ofCorbln. is do- eign bora soldiers, representing ing tho preaching Everybody is invited to uttoud these services. 46 nationalities. fun-ora- Oui'T. W. F. Sheridan, Civil Engineer E. C. Hunley, Supt. of Building, J E. Rawhnson and Road Master J D. Hayden, were here one day this wee in Supt Sheridan's private car on business concerning the R. R. Co. It is predicted that tho R. R. Co. will spend quite u sum of money here on section houses, water supply and other improvements this.suiu-mov- . -- Orrhi Walliti was in Louisville one day this week taking the examination required of operators, and is now holding down third trick here. Mr. Hutcheson having gone back to tho Main line. Mr.Wallin is already a good rail road man having taken les sons under J. R. Cass one of the oest men in the L. &N. service. Mrs. H. L. Tharp was hero from Junction City during tho week tho guest of her sister, M rs. J. It. Cass. J.R.Richio, of Fibty, Ky., is hero this week with his son, Prof. Win Richie. J L. Pilkcnton was in Mt Vernon iast Friday between trains. Leonard Shelton was here a few days last weeic from Camp Sheri-daLittle Curtis Robins, sou of Roy Robins, of Merkl, Texas, died at tho homo of his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs B.C Auder son, of Garrard, last Fridi y nifjht and his remains were buried at Goshen, Lincoln county, Sunday noon. The little follow had been n. Mm. Hiner hiunt', roar here, Sunday Thomas, who had been with her nflcriHion, niter a few days ill brother, Dr. W..F. Carter and m.5. Hrr remains wore laid to family, loft Tunsdav fnr H'ilinory n.st at Mnretbunr. Tuesday after to spend a few days with relative? noon, after services by Eld L. N tnero. Mrs. w. F. CartcT ac Flow Imp. Much sympathy is be: companied her. h. u. Nowland, and son Edgar inir expressed for tho bereaved nntw Mi .mil Mis U U Cass are Dunn, arc Working at llenham, rejov nig over tho arrival of their Harlan county Jacob Elder, and half son, Leslie, are in Louisvillu ilii.s tirst born, a twelve and D.R Belcher is moving his pound girl baby. Mrs. L B. Hil- week ton, m1 hltleson, James Hutncr, family to Flat Lick, Knoxcountj, Albright were with her parents, Mr. and to mako his homf-E.Mrs .1 R Cnss.last Sunday wai hore tho first of tho week on .11 Fish and Mrs.E.S. Albright, business. Mr. and Mis. Bronston of Mt Vernon, wero here Mondaj Elder, woro hero Thursday shopping. - Prof. Pilkcnton re of hir pjrenti, Mr. and ceived a Carnegie medal the first Mrs.J.R Cas Chester Ilovard. of tho week for saving tho lifo of of Camp Shelby, Miss , is nthome little Vivian Albright in 1916 hum weei: wiin ins motiier, uiiii Mr. Pilkeii'ou also pets a thoi's Arthur Dodd, of Camp Taylor and dollars, hut wo believe lie is Ky., is with his parents, Mr. and prouder of the medal than of the Mrs.u.tj yood, at Ottawa. H.u thousand. Wiu.Rruiiiinett sola a Jones sold his personal property hou'-and lot near 'he old fan Wedociday and will soon move his ground to Kirt Kid well the first family to tho west H.T. Young, of tho week for $300. R.J. cinrk of Mt.Vernon, will offer for public sold a small farm recenily bought sale tho J. E. Woodjard propertj from Emmiit Maddox to C W Saturday. Ho proposes to divide Holcomb, of Laurel, for three it into several lots, oiler them hundred dollars. 'oparatoly and then as a whole W. J McQueen, who bought This is very desirable property the H. C. Jones farm adjoining und will doubtlessly bring good prices. tho farm of the late .1. T. Tale the Hiali section a few days ago, W. E. D. Stokes, the man who sold it this week to J. D. Lucas, built more than a thousand houses of Madison county, 103450.00 A few months ago this farm was in New York, ovner of the purchased by Earl Phillips for Hotel in that city, and pro$2000. Mr. Phillips sold it to H. prietor of Patcbcn Wilkes Stock C.Jones for $2750.00, Mr Jones sold it to W. J. McQueen for Farm, near Loxingtou, advises $3200, 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 we understand Mr. Lucas Kinsman, Henry Miller, owned a refused four thousand dollars for largo mill near Point Pleasant, it Wednesday of this week. Mr they also bad McQueen is now located in this Virginia, city and is on the lookout for a fa small foundry at which, among farm and will go to Laurel countj other things was made a special in n few days to see if laud is too kind of heating tove. The stoves high there to buy, but unless he were made several inches in goes right away and the laud thickness and when heated would farm just mentioned it will oe high enough by the time he finds one of these stoves in existence a suitable location and I am going to make efforts to 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 porsonal effects on Copper A splendid letter trora LieutenCreek Tuesday, and is ready to take his leave for Harlan county. ant (Dr) George Frith, was Mr. Hopkins is a splendid citithis week and will api ear zen and we regret to see him in our next issue leave us. Larkin J. Vanhook died at his late home Wednesday Thkub are many positions open night, and his remains will be for competent young mon in Y. buried at Goshen, Lincoln coun- M. C. A. work, army work, clerty, to day. He was a soldier in the Civil war and a good citizen ical positions etc, etc. Mauy are few-ar-e chosen" seems Besides his widow he leaves five called but children as follows: L N. Van. to be about , the condition of hook, df this place; James and things.lq somtdepartmer.ts So Genrge Vanhook. and Mrs Davo 'many young follows fail- to talie Anderson, of Lincoln comity; and 'advantage of their opportunities Mrs. Cras. Scott, of Garrard to learn and lit themsolves to county; and brother, J. N.Van- - tako advantages arising us time hooic, of Maretburg. Mrs. J. M. passes Owens, and daughter, Miss Margie, are visiting her daughters, FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs G. F. Sutton, of Lexington, and Mrs. Walter Smith, of Win- Into 11 11 S. s. s its. Annie Shuiniito died at her Chester, tills week. WITHERS -- 111 An-son- ia 1794-17Q- 0. 13. Mullins has been sick for tho past two weeks. Hisson Ben has been on the road for him since he has been sick. .). !!. Roberts was in Lexington Tuesday and Wednesday buying goods. Mrs J. M. Roberts, of Cooksburg, was tho guest of Mrs. J. II. Roberts Monday. Tlioro was Sunday school organized at Red dill Sunday. Mrs. Win. Carpenter is said to bo very sick. Misses Minnie and Ola Durham woro the guosts of Miss Bitlu Daughcrty, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Win. Cottongim, 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 witli home folks. Mrs. Ben Mullins was tho guest of Mrs. Sarah A. Mullins Sunday. Mrs. Louisa Allen is with Mrs. Wm. Carpenter this week. The co has been very little gardening done iii this part. .1. H. Roberts was in Livingston Monday on business. Mm. Black and little son, are visiting relatives in Laurel this week. Mr. nnd 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 McDanie'. AUTOMOHILK KOIt 5ttK&tt?&s23i!2!&a Children Cry for Fletcher's tKSStf iW555555555555355S55555SK5KS Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd 1' SSK! which has beea In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been maae unuer nis per- fjf-f-jsonal supervision since Its infancy. '&iC4K, 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. Just-as-go- Castorla 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. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has b'een 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 Ihe Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought &?& MAURT. Friends of Col. Jim Maret, of Mt. Vernon, are getting up funds with which to purchase him an automobilo. He is Kentucky's 7W!S(SatomfGStrmSfff!fSKKrVSff practically devoted all his time and what money he could eat n in promoting tho famous Boone Way. , Now his friends are determined that ho shall not walk Hop-kin- Tin First State Dank 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 securingamodernburgular-proo- -- am t d and thereforo are making up funds to buy him an auto so that ae can travel the Boono Way. Danville Advocate. Carefully Treat Children's Colds Kegleet of children's colds often lays the foundation of serious limp trouble. On the other hand, it is harmful to continually dose delicate little stomachs with internal medicines or to keep the children always indoors. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a pood application of Vick's "Vap Salve over the throat and client at the llrst sign of trouble, will keep the little chana free from colds without injuring their digestions. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. - 11 Children Ory safe, bysecuring Burgular and Hold-u- p Insurance on it's valuables and by bonding it's responsible officers and it offers YOU all of the accommodations of f J CASTORIA VKKSSALVE CASTORIA ;3$oc. :3cc$Qce$ l; C. C. ATTOUNEY-AT-LA- a Children Ory FLETCHER'S r'UK sound banking institution. Careful attention given to both small and large accounts and Williams courtesy to all MT.VEBNON.KY. ww Ka ' ' I ' xv ,v M 2e2tto & n J OFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten' tion given collections. 'PNONB L. H. DAVIS, W. H. COITONGIM, Vice-Presid- President ent so y C. C. McPHERSON, Cashier I MB 1 ' yfl UiiVNXcCS?CBlKli5rWS Jlli is 'SSI DR. WALTER sfS. MT. VURNON, Dentist Officii L'.O. Pakcr'u Store KENTUCKY Over kw) ri m "' aIMhIkI! ItiHk m U $h iffiga33KBf J ' il Ml IIiIIIIIIIIh U fc yrpyi$j&c&yfi STAY RIGHT BH ATTCHNEY AT LAW MT VKRNON, ItY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street axxxi L. W. BETHURUM BY KEEPING RIGHT ON twlsl j ll Xfi yirlMSfll iCjl lllll RIGHT fajlJlm TIME. You oan do this by having MOORE J. C. JEWELER THE Do your Watoh Oox and Repairing Clock Work cuarantood BldR. Opp.Court House I H fi&Z-t- i il ;h M 11 fit, .A S af alwaya tight. Ifa worth waillnif for. Always wel- come- - Ncvrr thtiki it woik. Never failt. Neyer waitet inlnutei or materlatt and 1 know It'i nure and wholeaonw, a Calumit contains only auch fniiedltnta &s havsUen approved olBcially by the U.S. Food l AlwaysWelcome '""l CALUMET BAKING rascal-pla- yi-d 11 I I l grandma wntiugl along the way. didnt Oh well. It'i all light. Ueciuse HI III II POWDER II llllllil II II I III III 1111)11 II II III f f lil 11 vri Mm' I Autiuntlet." Youiatttihtn)outu)it)ounn4u.hini0uui4it. II III 111 H II IIIIIIIUhILI UH H lllaM 1 H IIIH 11 J. C. McCLARY 4Lfti.X HI T!.i9!nATS. IIIH 4fr IIIH oUJiPiPP C$&M?3 With our road grading not he needed yet completed thru the county Prom tho Republican, Mt. and but a fow miles macadamOhio: Tlio editor had an Inized, land values have increased teresting experience somo tlmo from one fourth to one third, ago, whon a young gentleman what will bo the limit when tho camo to his office and asked for roads are completed? This pro- - a copy of the Morrow County u Republican. uiTOOT-w-ue-iHe Scrutinized It by tho Boone Way Man whon ho' carefully whon a copy was hand said land values would doubloln ed hmand Uln , said. NowI ,. ..... less than three years after tho , iiiwvv.,,, wiiut la u yuu ure roads aro tinished. At the pres- looking for." we inquired. "My ent rate oi increase that doubled wire sent tne after a bottle of point will bo reached oven before ch(unbeill,n,s R tho completion of the highways. la,.dI f , tho na"m0i T wout A good uuml.er of farm itosevoral stores and the clerks in named ovor everything have come and are coming in the from other counties und invest lino on the shelf except Chaming every day. berlain's. I'll try again, and I'll never go home without Chamberlain's Cough Romody." Tho 'Republican would suggest to the proprietors of stores, that they post their clerks, and never let them substitutes. Customers lose faith in store whore substituting is permitted, to say nothing of the injustice to makers of iBf l good goods aud tbodisapointnaont of customers. Gi-lia- d, forgot what a !.: a -- i -- ,,,,. the Lamp Oil th it .. lr.v.l. I. ukho nuuiiua baves Eves a aaaaiiiH Mff JC ItBMT, .fcaIjjLM BffiKggTS aUguljijIiAg dUfWKL L iit'llilfaHllflB liMt"n)ft EMBALMER imporunt jn th ijU by jetUn ttia oil tht burn" clear nnd without a Hlck.r down to the lut drop. Fennijlvtula crude oil refined to irfectloo. Coat no moie ttan ihe Inferior WOltK WTeeejee. Your deler hu SOLITE OIIj In Mrreu direct from our worU. s- -r ATEXASWONDE- R-'' rfa Clias. C. Stoll rafej Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. , 'TITB Tezaa I builder ffl and Refiner at Warren, Pa. We tell the celebrated "No Carb H Autooa STANFORD, KY. I Wonder eurea kldnoy and troublei.uUiolvee gravel. cures dlalxiteii. weak aud lam back, rbeuma-and all irreirularltloa of the kidueya aud ilani In both lueu and women. Knot sold druireUt. ulll ho aent by mall on re-tr- lt pi IL Olio ainall bnttlo Is two inontbs' treatment and acld'nii falls to t)f rfect a euro, htud fur UotjuiiiiiUla fiom tiila aud otlxr Olivo Street, but.t. I)r. iL W. Hall. OL luls, JJo, bold ly druKKbta. Adv. i '... J 2 imlm II) n ' ' ' -- ' m -r- :zy hL. Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Veiinon over: Don't wait. Do 'It now. BtiV from Somerset Sunday to sco his Wnf Savings Stamps. Kv, March is, 1918 mottier and attend the funeral of Plant Soma broom corn ntitl his aunt, Mrs. Lou VanWIcklo. Mr. M. C. Williams camo Something new1 every OTMriffi"'""Tff,ilt-KrT- ' gfc ." -- Ba -- . gga.-4J- . . day at p. i .. j , m .....i -- .,...-- gr"f7r- 'm Tiffin iirttV 'Zr.!m rwmr-wznm-n .- -., . -,- .-., - I ,'HiMlMITII Tin?fHHiBK3tWi'iyT .. - 'I ' .,-. m 79 up"No." want toCommun! ana with BIQNAL, wnn TCj 7 lounvutt AHmHvait n n H4SI TIME TABLE. Co. 22 21 23 21 ticrtn uortti south South 5.21 8:45 u.-- pin am am 12:18 a m Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Kntrel it the Mt m itconl-ci- Vrrnon, Ky. PontoUce mail matttr. PERSONAL II. J. Mullins vUited Richmond during tho week. made good. Prof T.J. Ball was In Lexing. ton during the Sam MoMullinsand D. Bostick are home on furloughs. Huiry Woou was over from Wild ie a few days since. Mrs. G. B. Lawrence, was up from Level G recti Tuesday. J. J. Brown was up from Level Green Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Mullins visited relatives in tho Hiutt section this wt-ck- Mr. Williams' youngest son, gather some dollars this fall. James, was substantially rotnom All kinds of tvrjowritors houuht bored by Mrs. VanWinkle in her and sold by W. H. Fish. Mt. Ver will. non, Kv. T. 0. O'Mara and family will W. C. Hopkins sold his place occupy the residence of James noar Gum Sulnhur nit Connor Marct, at corner of William and Creek to J. f. Belcher and has Poplar street after April ist.: gone to Harlan county to look one room being reserved for after his coal intorest. the old road scout for his uso Moro than forty new automowhen visiting bis "old homo biles have been counted going town." soutli overland to points In TenAfter a three days sojourn In nessee, North Carolina and other Danville Judge Richard G. Wil southern states during past ton liams came up to Mt Vernon days. on Saturday last and was hete Card ov Thanks: Wo wish at the burial Sutidny,of his aunt to thank the people and friends Mrs. Lou VanWinkle. Tho Judge who wore so kind and good to us is looking welt and was gladly during the illness and death of welcomed by his host of Rockcasour dear beloved mother. tle friends and admirers. Like Wadk Dukman other Rockcastlo "boys," he has Fish's. Cotno arm Bee. Save the quarters and see the dollars grow. Buy .War Saving Stamps. A canvasser will shortly tour tho Boone Way routo in tbo in terest of tho Bcone Way Pioneer fund. Mrs. Campbell, Secretary of Christian Woman's Board of Missions for Kentucky, and Mrs. Stanley, Secretary of Circle Work for young women of the State, will have charge of the morning service at the Christian Church. These women havo a world vis ion and a message vital to every christian. There will be a con ference at the church for C.W.B.M. workers at 3:30 p m. New Clothes for Easter Set them early if av1 has the new look about this time ; men usually like to be "in it," too. THAT'S an established idea, ; JLwtM Mt Your spring suit the one we know you'll pick out as the best one for you and Sister. LOCAL Mr. Chas. Sullivan, of Locust Point, Ind. and Mrs. Sallio Soward An ordiuary broom costs Si. This surely ought to stimulate tho planting of broom corn in Rockcastle. A broom factory will be establisht in Mt Vernon and farmers will do enabled to week. dispose of their crops at good No amount is too small to lend Filinoro Morris of the Red prices. Buy War Savings Hill section was in town Wed your country Mrs. Fred Baiter, while getting Stamps. nesday. in an automobile Tuesday night, J. T. Baker was up from Cedar- - Good quantities of sawn fence fell and sustained serious in- m-u- J. W. Baker, Jr., has a new Ford touring car. Keep the seed corn in mind. Get it now. Test it. War gardening is already being pusht here and hereabouts. New Easter "Bonnets" for men and young men at Fish's. Hiatt Crawford brought in a Ford from Cincinnati Saturday. wre married Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Ren- uer. They will make their home in tlie Hoosicr state, where Mr. Sullivan is a well o farmer. to-d- Dr. Leo Uhesnut observed a beautiful rainbow, created by the light of the moon, one night past week at 3 o'clock In the morning. Knowing the scarcity of "moonshine" aud, Doc's abstemiousness along that line, we are led to believe he saw what he believes he taw, and others are led to believe the same that which Doc says ho believes, there being no reason why they snouidn't believe. II tnero are any who don't believe let him speak out or forever hold his peace. Moonlight Rainbow. !;..-clv v aft wm JUS'sSV t m xm i to wear. suit, of course; we know you want something good Dont wait until somebody else has taken the one you want. is here ready for you It's a FISH SPECIAL th -- 4 farmers hard at it. Mrs Jones French of the Rose Hill suction has been on sick list for .some days. Tonoy Brooks with a crew of men are doing some speciul work hero for the L. & N. Mr. and Mrs. Jones B. Proctor and children wore over from Or lando Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Win. Bryant and daughter of Tennessee, wero with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Bryant Sunday. Tommy Dees with his father and Prof W. K. Uickerson wero up Irora Livingston Wednesday'. Charles Parsons, of the Buck-ev- e section of this county is telegraphing for the L & E in Powell county. Mrs. Bicknell, Mrs. Early and Mr. Bert VanWinkle, of Berea, attended the funeral of Mrs. Lou VanWinkle. Dwight Bowman drovo Mr. Murrell's Ford thru to Lebanon Junction Wednesday and returned by train that night. Kveretto Mullins Jr., Wade and Roscoo Hy singer, Cecil Purcell and Hyatt Crawford motored to Lexington Saturday. Sidney S. O'Dell, of Barbour-ville- , District Deputy M. VV. A . is here for a few days working with tlie local camp. has alJoo Noe, ready broken tho larger part of twenty ucres in his Held just beyond tho fair grounds. Mesdames R. A. Sparks and W. A. McKcnzie went to Louisville Wednesday afternoon for a week's visit to friends and rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Murrel and son, wero called to Taylor county Tuesday to attend tho funeral of her brother who died at Camp Taylor. Corporul Grant Mullins made a round trip from Hattiesburg, Miss , to Port Thomas, last week to transfer there deserters from the latter place to Mississippi. Corporal Monroe Miller, of this county, now at Hattiesburg is suffering with bis eves on account of measles having settled in thorn. Ho will probably bo homo on a furlough soon. Henry Bowman was In from his farm fust of week. He says ho is making the dirt flv, tho didn't adviso whether he. bad been plowing or knocking up the dust (dlrt)on tho highway. Ed Smith still holds his buzz wagon upon stilts awaiting the drying up of tho inud. Says he doesn't care so much for dust, he can brush that off with a handkerchief but ho "naturally 'splses" mud spread over a lizzie. Miss Georgia McForron left Wednesday afternoon for High land Pjrk in response to a tele gram from her sister. Mrs. Nell Coleman, stating that Mr. Coleman and their oldest son wore very sick with pneumonia. wafmiimS0mimm&aiJk Mrs. Lou VanWinkle has come to and passed out from "life's little day," and while, as a wholo it was not the coming to the "close of a perfect day" yet it was a lifo of calmness and se- reneness such as we seldom know, a 1110 uiiuobtiree irom nar'sioness and discord. Much of her life-- yes II1 I ? Easter comes March 3 1st. Get ready now in clothes and furnishings. Next lime you are in town come in and see us. We're as glad to "show" the goods as we are to "sell them. J fcJ' hiiM 'x 3S from this station. Mrs. Baker's injury is of such Tho Photograph Gallory over a serious nature that sho will bo Burk's Shoe Shop will bo open taken to London to day to undergo an operation. on Saturday only. Sliafer & Murrin have an oil Under tho now court calender rig in operation near Johnetta as changed by act of tho recent and will soon have tho second Legislature, the April Term of one going. tho Rockcastle Circuit Court has Andy Vansant, of near Cooks-bur- been changed to convene tho First planted an aero of navy Monday in May, instead of the beans last year from which he Third Monday in April. Please realized $140, and retained nine take notice of tho change. bushels On Sunday March 31st all Gathering corn in March clocks, (and your watch also if sounds a little off dont It ? Well you have, one.), must be sot one under rigorous winter conditions hour ahead Congreas has passed that has prevailed it couldn't be a bill to that effect, which was signed by tho president on Tues avoided. day last. The "Sun Dogs" half circles and be set back on time pieces will last Sunday in rings about the sun, showing col October. The changes are to be ors of rainbow was a pretty dis thado at 2 a. m. on above dates. play viewed by our citizens Sat g urday afternoon. Don't forget that broom corn seed. "Brooms is brooms" now. The broom maker is not dead tremondous but he's charging prices for bis output. Plant. Get in the game and secure some of the big profits for yourself. Fred Baker went to Loxing ton Monday morning taking his Cadillac machine for overhauling; changed his mind while thore and traded the auto for a big National and returned homo tho same day. Fred now has the biggest gas buggy in Rock castle. Can-trill, Patriotic. Logan D. Tuylor, of this place, who was honorably discharged at Hattiesburg, in January from army service on account of physical disability, on advice of tho physicians in charge has put in his application as a volunteer and asks to be enlisted again, saving ho thinks ho is fit and hopes to be accepted for service "over there." Harry Jones sold his iarm near Hiatt last week to Wm. McQueen for $3250.00. In two or three days McQueen sold the same place to Ja Jackson county man for $3450.00. This is the sanio placo Earl Phillips sold Harry Jones less than four Congressman J. Ompbell writing W. H. Fish, treas- months ago for $3750 00. Phillips urer, says: "It gives me genu-in- bought it less than two years ago pleasure to contribute toward from Geo. Payno for $2250.00 tho purchase of an auto for and tho folks thought Phillips Col. Jim Maret. Col. Maret has was crazy payiug such a prico done a wonderful work, and I thou. always deeply appreciate his loyEvery boy in our countv from al friendship. sixteen to Tbo variety of good literature, is to ue enrolled in the Boys' consisting of 150 or moro vol- Working Reservo. When a boy umes, contributed to the Mt. has worked on a farm or iu other essential employment Vernon Library, by Mrs. 0. S. Nleld, of Wilton, is being great- tor tnirty six days ho Is to bo ly enjoyed by tho boys and given a bronze medal by tho girls and many adults, all of Government and a ccrtitlcate whom express due appreciation which ho can treasure all his to the generous and thoughtful me. mis worn gives every red donor. biooueu boy a chauco to help Support a SOldior. Enrnllmnnt The new rapid Uring Browning oflicors havo been appointed for gun, lately tested out by our all precincts in every county. Government showed its firing ca- See list in this week's Signal. pacity to be 20,000 shots an hour Capt. McKenzie Brown writes or about seven shots per second One style of the firearm weighs some Interesting lotters to his 85 pounds, which is mounted on mothor, Mrs. Cleo Brown. at a tripod; another weighs 15 this place from Mesopotamia pounds and is handled as an or- whoro ho Is serving in the Brit Ish service, fighting the Turks dinary gun. Mesopotamia (meaning betweo u Hon. W. H. Shanks showed two rivers), Is located betweo in tho Interior Journal force four tne Euphratos and the Tigris, oars of corn . which had boon which streams, after formin a tested for seed. Three tested junction Mow Into tho Persian only about eight or ton per cont. Gulf. This countrv llnonct of and one was almost perfect. Tho Palistine aud Its bordor (tho I d strange part of It is, tho one phrates), is nearly four hundr that germinated well was the miles irotn Jerusalem. Capt;aln meanest lookingear in tho bunch. uiuwn was in mis holy city some Interior Journal, umu oacir. o twenty-onoyeursofa"- e cer-tai- n the part that was best and that should have been most fruit ful for her own ultimate happiness was devoted to the care of others. Being the youngest of thirteen children, it fell to her lot to care for the wants of her parents in their old age. And, to mar the happiness of a "perfect day," back yonder a youth went away to the civil war and never came back. Hence sho did not marry in her youth, and no children came to her to give loving caro to her when sho became old and helpless, and to mourn her passing. She was married twice, the first husband being James who passed away some twenty years ago. After a wid owhood of some ten years, her second marriage was with the late Jas. VanWinkle, who her into the "beyond" by only thirteen months. Tho second marriage (the only one known by the writer) was a most beautiful one. Mr. VanWinkle was a teacher and a literary man; and along this latter line the lives of husband and wife blended in most perfect harmony; not only did the couple appreciate and love the rlnor and higher phases of literature (the soul of things) but they both wero "live wires" on current world events even to tho close of their day (80 and 76 respectively), when so very many people who attain such ripe old ages ."become people of the past." And, furthermore, those pooplo gave of themselves to others up to the very time of their passing. While Aunt "Lou" (which we all loved to call her) was an in valid for more than a year prior tohor passing, and much of the time practically helpless, yet only .a few weeks ago she ex pressed tho desire to live longer that she might help others. As an Illustration of her "helping others," she joinod actively in giving to war demands, notwith standing her own lucomo was but meager, and hardly sufficient to keep herself in comfort. "Vet, as the widow gavo her mite so did aunt Lou, But as touching our tribute to her, of what value aro boquets to tho dead? Rather let us send our flowers to living, while they can appreciate them. Yet since the calm, quiet and useful life came to its cloe, let us draw the curtain In tender memory ,and not forget all its benefits toothers remembering that the 'life of tho just is as a shining light" that bhincth more aud more unto a perfect day." Bowl-ware, pro-ceded DON'T TAKE A CHANCE ON YOUFw SPRING CLOTHES; COME HERE AND BE SURE. gaas PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Next Sunday, March 24th, Miss Stewart's Bible Class, will meet in the church at 9:45 a. m., but thb other Sabbath School classes will meet in their respective rooms in Langdon School. The regular preaching services Sunday morning at n o'clock in McFarland Memorial Church At 2:30 o'clock, Sunday afternoon the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated and new members will be publicly received. Thete will be no preaching services at night, but the Senior and Junior Christian Endeavor Societies will meet at usual hours in Langdon Chapel and music room. n The pastor will preach In church .at Livingston, Thursday and Friday evenings, March 28 and 29, at London, Saturday evening and Easter morn, ing, returning to Livingston for Kaster services, Sunday evening, Pres-byteria- JLEUHHOJ THE CASH STORE was askt if he know the population of Mt Vernon. He replied: "No, but after my next trip I can tell you. I will count them. All of them, except those who are ill, meet all passenger trains at the station daily, and I am advised that arrangements are to be made to bring the ill ones down to depot in autos, wagons, drays, pushcarts, wheelbarrows or other vehicles of transportation, to assist in getting trains thru tho place. ' This man's statement, while a little exaggerated, calls to mind the foolish habit quite a number of our peoplo are addicted to. It is difficult at times for passengers to get on and off trains on account of tbo unnecessary visitors many of whom 'thoughtlessly, or otherwise blo:k up the spaco on platform. It is proving an unmitigated nuisance and should be discontinued. If you can't break March irst. the habit try at least to keep out Eberhart the London Photog- of tho way of passengers, ageut rapher will be here a few more and trainmen attending their Saturdays. A baggage master whose run Better have that Photo taken is between Louisville and Corbin while you have the chance. LIVINGSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Arrangements have been completed for preaching services in this church next Thursday and Friday evening, March 28 and 29, by the Rev. Frauk E. Moore, of Mt. Vernon. Mr. Moore will preach In Lon don. Saturday evening and Kaster morning, returning to Livingston for Easter sermon, Sunday evening, March 31. The residence and most of the contents of James Lawrence, which building was situated on Adams street, was destroyed by fire last Friday uight. Origin of fire unknown. Property was insured. Mr. Lawrence bought Geo. Owens' property on West Main and moved to it this week. J. W. Baker has move his store from tho Rockcastlo building to the D. U. Poyntor room on south side of Main street. The Boy's Declamatory Contest of tho Mt. Vernon High School took placo March 7th. All of the contestants did credit to themselves. After careful deliberation tho judges gavo the medal to Johu Albright. His subject was the "Traitor's Deathbed." Ho delivered it in a very pleasing manner. The other contestants were Milton Moore, Julian Miller, Claude McHargue, Robert Davis and Robert Fish. Julian Miller and Clauae McHarguo deserve honorable mention. Whito Plymouth Rocks. The duties. The Mt. Vernon Telephone Company are completing a new For Sale: My four room resline of poles from Orlando to a idence with good lot and outpoint half mile below Buckeye buildings in Orlando, Ky. Would where it joins the Wildie-Clima- z sell at a bargain or trade for a line. An additional wire will be small farm. My only reason for strung from Mt. Vernon to Brush selling is on account of my health. Creek. A number of improve- This is a good location for a ments have been made on tho Doctor, none closer than five system and sixty two telephones miles. If interested write, call have been added to the service! on or call up during past few months. ComJonks B. Phoctor, paring the system with other Orlando, Ky. counties, it is op with any of them and beyond many of them For Sale: One odd black in point oi service rondored. mule, 6 yrs old, sound and gojd. Owners, managers and operators Will sell tight for cash. best winter layers. Eggs $1.50 per sotting. W. are to be commended and complimented over results obtained J. 29. M. Cox. Ky. in their efforts to givo satisfac2t. Mar. tion for value received. Goochland, H. MlLtER. Phone 79. Dees was here Tuesday In "over- That telephone magnate, J. F. Catarrh and Bronchitis and Cold in the Head RecMaeid PE-RU-NMra. Rosa A. Kiss, 313 Clinton Place, Kansas City, Missouri, writes: "I wu very sick with Catarrh I olw bad & cold and Bronchitis. In tho head. I used reruna and am well pleasod with tbo results. It has done me a great deal of good. I do not need any other medicine. I can cheerfully recommend It to any one wbo Is troubled with catching cold frequently or any ono wbo has, a cbronlo cough or chronic catarrh. Those wishing further particulars concerning my case may write ir.e. Do sure to encloso a stamp one, I will answer, alls," putting on the appearance of u working man. "He sho do work," when he is ut it. Mr. Dees is feeling pretty good over his successful management of his telephono system and tbo people aro pretty well satisfied with splendid service giveu !u-e- William Williams, of Aztec, Now Mexico is tho only romaln ing member of tho family of thirteen cnildren of Richard G. Williams. Mrs. VanWinkle was thereon. Old clothes aro beiug collected tho thirteenth family. A medl-in-a at Red Cross headquarters for tbo Belgians, It you have any that you are willing to send, havo them at Red Cross headquarters by next member of tbo Thoaa who objtct to liquid M4 ftfteyr Prn UbUU, Tuesday. ; (t?7! " asa&SsSgsSi (SmmMmiMmM "V , j '.. ' 'i "Major A..v .....i. .1.1 m nil . " "i Purposes Of the Beys' Working Reserve To The American People 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 any conspiracy to defraud the Government. Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Conferences of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held ut the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food 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 I 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 handled through the Food Administration. We will continue iodo our utmost,un-de- M toft 9 N be-in- g r m Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most pressing duty. te whole-hearted- ly I I I I 1 ra iv "Th'e'Trade Commission' ATtorney has. by false inference and misplaced emphasis, 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. JLjF. QfunPu. President stass V $ $ Swift & Company, U.S. A. E i Don't Read THIS. You had better not read this unless you want to be reminded that it is your duty to buy some Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has bcon taken by catarrh suffoters ii. Farmers haven't much for the past thlrty-fivyears, and iiiO tor cigarette smoking boys has become known as the most (2rntmiTtn reliable remedy for Catarrh fOR FLETCHER'S net Hall s Catarrh Medicine thru the Blood on tho Mucous surfaces, expelling tho Poison i from tho Mood and healing the diseased portions After you have taken Hnll' Medicine fcr a short Catarrh tiuuyou will seo a great iniprov nient in your general health Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at onco and get rid of catarrh Send for testimonials, o hi'ivico nt least during the vacation period, mid help thorn not properly located. 2. Rtiys may work on farms, around mines, lailroads, or some "tKsoiitial industry" to tho War Program of the Government, and earn the Federal Badge of Honor. Hoys may work on tlioir 3 farms, tlioir father's farms, or may hire out at agreed wages. Some schools dismiss boys 4 of certain standing for a special poriod to help in emergency farm worlc, with full school cred it. No military service is re5 quired in this enrollment. The Hoys Working Reserve has no connection whatever with tho Army or tho Navy; it is organized under tlfe tho Department of Labor at Washington. 6. No boy is enrolled without parents' or guardians consent. from Hoys will nut be taken but can earn their own homes, tho ccrtilicatc and medal work ing on their fathers' iarais as on any other. The U. S. Hoys Working 7. Reservo is organized under tho Department of Labor. Washington, is a part of tho program of tho Kentucky Stato Council of Defense. AWARDS: 8. When a boy takos the oath ot allegiance anu service, no is given a certificate with tbo seal of our great Government, and n small enrollment button. g. If the boy works as much days of eight hours as thirty-sieach on a farm, or sixty days ot eight hours each in somo "cssen tiul industry" he is awarded th" Federal Bronze Badge of Honor on the recommendation of the County Director, who gotsacer titicate from the farmer that so much work has been done. io. Tho names of boys earn ing the Bronze Badge arc registered with the Departmontof Labor at Washington. x J The purroso of tho U. S. Hoys Working Reserve is to unroll boys between 16 nml ill jears of ago in wmio productive Martin our family Would have been glad to have entertained you nt nirals and uthcrwiso long before this but supposed you wore bo busily invitations engaged unsworing rrom frionds, that you would to till them all to Include our humble homu with your presence Wo aro indeed glad to havo you with us." "Well " tho major replied: "1 appreciate being with you ond havo enjoyed your hospitality to the fullest extent, thj I ntn of the fact that the say ing by the lowly Nazarlno, made more than eighteen hundred years ago: 'A prophet is not without honor save in hts own country.' Yours is the fourth invitation I havo received in my homo town, to visit a family during tho years of my work." The above dialogue took place somo time ago in a little Michigan town, near ono ot tho Great Lakes. Jasper Martin, whom many called a dreamer, conceived tho idea of the construction of a canal to connect the lake with an inland riv3r. After two years somo attontiou, in tho meantime was looked upon by enomies ana some of his friends as being oil his balanco, altho he had demonstrated by figures and otherwise tile vast benclits to aud the in increased valuation of farms and all property along tho proposed route of tho canal. Tho doubt- tff.l ltfftfltttltiHtflttttttt1tl' . 'teeeaaffffS!SSiS!'!!S "1 i 5... , ill - n - ri r tllMttlHtltllltlfMIIIIMMililll Food will Win the O DON'T Be a WASTE IT n RAISE IT O Producer As Well as Consumer UAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GUAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH PEOPLES BANK t.. ... . 1 I Filled ! "OS - a SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. 4 Money in the pocket burns. f Pat it in tho Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with us, 4 Your cancelled checks returned will show where your money has gone, and thoy will spur you on to save for tho bettor things of life. --- a r a WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK : r t MT. VERNON, KV. : ... a : r.::; j ' strenuous efforts ho attracted Hon. Richard G. Williams, Obntre Graduate Hhkb well ing Thomases hindered the proposition. However tho "undertaking carried aud three million dollars was raked the work completed and Jaspqr was thentho lion of the hour. When friends started a movement to provide Jasper with a $r,ooo motor boat to be used by him in tho canal of which he was the primo cause moved of its building, things mighty slowly, but was"hnally accomplished thru tho generosity of virtually strangers, citizens of adjoining and other states. -Fleming (Wis.) Times. HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for and case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's and most favorable known in Danville, arrived last night for two or three days stay. Judge Williams was graduated from Old Centre about 1895, and has mauy warm friends aud admirers in this city. When hero ho was noted as an extemporaneous speaker of unusual merit, and won tho grand prize, the contest oratorical against tho leading speakers ot tho state. Tho judRe is a sterl. iui..dwnaciratjc-itlejtna- n Jiatv. ing during his college career niado many speeches in Boyle county for tho democratic committee. Judge Williams is now making his homo In Covington, whero he is tho senior member of the firm of Williams & Rogers, the leading law firm of Northern Incidentally Judge Kentucky. attouding some logal Williams is matters in this city. Before to Covington Judge William? will make a short visit to his old homo in Mount Vernon. Danvillo Advocate. inter-oollegiat- GBAKVILLE OWENS Undertaker brk9ead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets & Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- o phone Orders Promptly Col. "Jim " Maret, president of the Boouo Highway Association came to Louisville from Mt. Vernon recently to attend to some highway business of importance. At a little talk.feast at the Auto, mobile Club, Col. Maret told tbo story of an old couple who were suddenly enriched by the discovery of oil on their farm in the buy you can have anything you want just tell mo what it is?" "Well. I sure do need a new choppin' ax fer gettin' up my stovo wood," said the old woman. Kentucky Motorist. TRY' THIS FOR SOUR STOMACH. Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly. Eat but little mea and none at all for supper. If you are still troubled with sour stomach take one of Chamber Iain's Tablets boforo going to bed JOHN mountains. "Liza, you havo been a mighty faithful wife," said the old man, who had been offered a fortune for the oil rights, "and I want -A you to have anything that you BAD COLD. FORCough want something that you havo Take Chamberlain's Remedy. It has stood the test wanted for years something of time and can bedipeitded upon that we have been too poor to ftlillc w to. vsutaviLix KV- - Ubaral assortment an full valuo paid fcr &W$dma gSi8BV?ie&fJt V,&yjrf&liT&l .;.s.viv rim rawruno Hideo and Coat Skins JSvmreMfS wf tra&vtxmr Orjf CASTOBIA Life PUBLIC SALE Brodhead Real Estate On Saturday, March 23rd TOWN OF Was a Misery ... free. F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. War Saving Sfamps and hefp win fhe War, You can truly help iu this w.'.y as if you were "OVER THEWS." Bo a patriot. Invest somo money today in a way that willl help the Government, and sit 1 eame time be gilt edge investment for yuu. THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY 1 Mr. F. M. Jones, o! Palmer, Okla., writes i 9 "From the time 1 entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . I decided to Robort Gentry The Short One Say, you big, longed legged giraffe, you'to so tall that when you smoke a cigar at night you look like a lighthouse. Robert Harrv Tho Tall Ono-S- hut ham- up. you little sawed-of- f You re so meted down runt. darned little that when you smoke a cigarette, you look like acig aretto holder. IN THE 19 18 I will offer H R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST MT. VERNON, KY. TAKE CASTOR I A For Infants and Caildrca 'Phono 39 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic l sw fmir hotflM." ivlr , Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . ' It has now been two years since I tookCardul, and I am still in mod., health. . . IwouUgj vise any woman owwHij to use Cardul who Is a sufferer from any female -- In Use ForOver30Yars Alwmjri bears the Signature of (&&$tfZu Handy Kitchen Utensils that save time and labor aud do tho work bettor, aroquito a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware j We have everything for kitchen uso In tho lino of Pot, Fans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brushes, Knives, Meatchoppers, etc., and a good many little articles that we aro showing aro rocoutly introduced novoltios that should be In correct the disorder. They also causo a gentlo movement of tho bowels. You will find this t le on nf ihf best medicines you havo ever become acquainted with. BAD TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH When you have a bad tasto in your mouth you may know your dieestion is faulty. A doso of Chamberlain's Tablets will usu-all- y dwelling on south side of street. Also 30 ACRES of BOTTOM LAND just north ot the railroad. This properly will be offered separately and as a whole. 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 R WOODYARD 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 trouble." If you sulf er pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you (eel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice ot Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe It will help you. Ono Iron Grey i5 hands high weight Jack about about 1000 pounds, ono of the For Sale: 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. your homo. xxxs&rxz c. c; Mt. Vernon, Kv. . cox All Druggists This Jack was imported from Indiana 1918. Also ono fino combined (black) saddle and harness Stallion d years old May 20th, this year, 16 hands high woight about 12 hundred pounds. This Stallion Is a son of M. Donn, No 362.3. best breodors in tho stato, age year. 7 years In May of this Sale starts promptly at 2 o'clock. TERMS: cash, balance in equal payments to become due,one-ha- lf Jan. J, m?, and the balance Jan. , yzu, bearing 6 per cent interest with lien retained on property for purchase money. O.ie-thir- d This March 15, 19X8. Opoosite Court House For further particulars call on or address, M. J. BETHUKUM, Mt. Vernon, Ky. H. C. JONES AUCTIONEER H. T. YOUNG