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VERNON, f&jflai KYM ESTABLISHED 1887 r'9 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1918 NUMBER 23 '0&&Vi7anavQWtfi2 Mmmmssszss&i lMC a Z. ,. .i. .gaesP '" 3; Merchandise of Quality POPULAR PRICES the call on everyone to practice economy is great er than ever before. The basis principle of this great demand is for everyone to economise and thereby do his ''bit" toward winning the great World War. Men who have money have not made it in a hurry, but most of them have made it by practicing economy and getting on the ground floor with their buying. Whenever you see one of my customers you will see a satisfied customer and one who has practised economy. Watch my prices, they will show you how you can practice economy. -- V " ' UOL Btf IB7?rfl-M'"- - sg-(T . JT. y n.v sta s- i msK CayHKl yr f -- .q ' C7J. rJ- C. 77-- -- k. TODAY We are headquarters for I v-: W . s V lC W a h' Av GROCERIES, I. Y & 1 "" - T , A N? jT Copyright V t ha. . Schaffner & Marx s. An to men who farm THERE is't any Invitation Hardware, Paints, Oils, Wallpaper, Soft Drinks Fruits, Magazines, Tinware, Chinaware, Enamelwarc, Flour, Meal, Feed, Pratt's Food, Spring Hats for the Ladies, Picture Frames, Men's Shirts, Work Gloves, Overalls, Cravats, Har-ness,Saddles,Bridles, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Crash, Perccles, Curtain Goods, Towels, D. M. Ferry's Seeds, and hundreds of other items too numerous to mention- class of people who are consicU ered more hospitable than you men on the farm. When we invite you to come here for Hart Schaffner & Marx Spring clothes, we have that in mind. We want to make you feel as welcome as you do the people who come to see you. COME IN AND SEE US W. F. BAKER, since hung on the wall of this historic old hall. We are studying French and having one lecture right after another all day and until 9:30 at night, but I tell you they are wonderful. All of them by big men of the nation. It almost seems that "Big Guns" grow on trees up here. We go back .to New York March 28th, and sail some time after that. My address on the other side will be Paris, 12 Rue D'Aguesseau, France. I shall be mighty glad to have a Cbig stack of letters waiting for me when I get there. This will be my permanent address while in France, which does not at all mean that I will be 3rd grade Nina Cox. MT.VERNON KENTUCKY 9th grade 1 Graded School Notes Star Roll for March. J. G. Machal; Sow-de- r; Marguerite Merrick, Lena 4t grade Edith Adams, Julia Landrum, Ada Brown, Ruby Cooper. 10th grade Addie Smith, Virginia Christine Crawford, Davis. Julian Miller, Tabitha Hiatt. 12th grade Mary Langford, Onie Silvers, Milton Moore, Ricbard Cox. It isn't an idea to get you here just to sell you somethingThere's a bigger idea. We want to serve you. We earnestly believe we can save money for you on clothes and we want to show - Mabel Kinley; Grace Bryant; Katherine Welch. Mae Sowder. j nth grade John Albright, you how. 7th grade Ina Meadows; lian Griffin; Recca Hysinger. 8th grade Edna Davis. 9th grade -- Rosa Gentry, nth grade Maggie Livesay. 12th grade ttuth Landrum; Ella Mae Mullins; VernaFenzel Review Sinnie Cummins. ROLL. Lil- - I j The clothes we sell are made in your interest by the greatest of all clothes makers. They're right in style, fit and price. Next time you're in town come in and see them. as glad to all-woo- there. With the same old feeling for home, I am, E R. Gentry. "GO-TO l, SUNDAY-SCHOO- L DAY" May 5. We're OBJECT. 'show" the goods as we are to "sell" them. SUTTON A LETTER FROM E. R. GENTRY Pinceton, N. J., March 24, 1918. Editor Mt. Vernon Signal, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Edgar: I had made up my mind to write no letter for publication until I was at last aboard ship, but I have promised so many people to write them I must make good some way and we are being put through such a course of training that I really haven't time to write my own people even and feeling that the people are interested in me to want to know what I am doing I write & The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes McBEE I The object of the - Day established by the Kentucky bunday School Association is to give larger public ity to the work of the Sunday Schools of the State, and to so organize the present forces that those who are not now members of any Sunday School may be in vited and urged to attend until there there will be One Million People in Kentucky with the Sunday School habit. PLAN 1st grade Ada Sowder, Dollie Niceley, Aline Baker, Earl Cromer. 2nd grade Mary Katherine Brown, Myrtle Condor, Estill Childress, Irvine Harper, Mat-ti- e Mullins, Vernon Taylor, Martha Bradley, Daniel Cummins, Nora Fields, Pearl Arnold. 3rd grade. Cecil Baker, May-miSowder, Sadie Niel Parrett, Gladys Ping, Lucille Albright. 4th grade Delbert Reynolds, Hubert Bowman, Harry Sparks, Jennie Penix, Hazel Hysinger, Edna Proctor. 6th grade -- Marguerite Bryant,! Alvin Griffin, Geneva Cox, e The Senior Class will be ready with their play May 3. The Annual seems to be a go. We hope every one will give their support to this as nothing helps a school more than the publish-HONO1DS of a good school paper or annual. Miss Hays is coming Friday night to give a reading. We hope all will come. Attendance is holdirg up very well in spite of the spirit of the times and so much sickness. Commencement Program is as follows: May 3 Senior Play. May 19 -- Commencement Sermon. May 23 8th Grade Graduating Exercises. May 24 Class Day. May 25 Commencement R Cecil Furguson. this letter. I landed in New York at night and as I had 1 o'clock at missed my train in Pittsburg on better. The only objection the which I was to meet a friend, i had no idea where I was going committee found to me, or all to sleep, but toen found a good tbey made known to me rather, rcom and had a good sleep. was my age, as I am one of the Next morning I immediately reported to Y. M. C. A headquarters and started through my examination and preparation which took me to many different places in the city. I got along fine. 1 was as much at home on the streets of New York as a fish in water and was beginning to think I had more sense than any body, until about 3 o'clock when some son of a gun told me to take the sub-wato a place I wanted to go to townas he said it was quicker than the surface car. I got above ground alter getting off the car, alright, but I was never able to find myself In New York after that and I was mighty glad when my friend got me back to the Pennsylvania station to come down here. Maybe when I go back Thursday, I can take a new start and I will either walk, take the elevator or surface car until I know new New York a little y every day as I realize the deli cate and important mission on which I am going, why they se lected me at all. We were sent here Thurs day for a weeks special training before sailing. I can hardly imagine myself living and studying even for a week, in historic and aristrocratic old Princeton University. I have had very lit-lt- e time to see the things of interest yet, but every thing in any way connected with President Wilson is soon pointed out to you. This afternoon we went over to the cemetery and stood by the graves of some of America s great men, Jonathan Edwards, Aaron Burr and Grover Cleveland being the most noted. And they were just graves, no tombs. There are more imposing stones in our cemetery at Mt. Vernon than the one at Cleveland's grave and the others are even more simple. Just outside the city is the battle ground . One day in the year is chosen as Go- - To Sunday School Day all the Christian forces of youngest' if not the youngest of Princeton where Washington when the State work together to get man in this crowd of nearly two made a stand againg the Britisfh as possible hundred, but I am wondering and was forced to retreat to just as many people to Church and Sunday School. refreshing sletp. have sound, When wakeful and restless at 7th grade Jack Owens, Ja.K night he is in no condition for Brown, Lillian Field, Lula work or business during the day. Taylor, Mazy McClure, Leila Wakefulness is often caused by Davis. ind'gestion and constipation, and 8th grade. Thomas Wallen, is quicklv relieved by ChamberTablets. Try a dose of Everett Bryant, Hazel Parrett, lain's tablets and see how much these Lcrene Mullins, Flora Brown, better you feel with a clear head Rissie Barnett. and good digestion. DO YOU SLEEP WELL.? To be at his best a man must Trenton and eventually cross the Deleware. It was here that General Mercer was killed Mid the old house where he died is still standing and in pretty good condition. Near by is a little Quaker church built in 1726 Many buildings in Princeton date back to Revolutionary times, the most noted of which is possible Nasseau Hall. It was shelled by the British during the war and the room ia still in use where the Continental Congress once met and was addressed by Washington. So impressive was this room to me that it almost seemed that the great life size painting of our first president on the wall would step out and speak. This painting was given to the University by Washington while he was president. He at first gave some money but the University returned the money and ask that he give them a picture of himself which he did, and this painting has This requires during the weeks preceding thorough advertising all over the State, the best possible organization in counties and communities, and a large amount work. The day of personal should be followed by earnest efforts to conserve the results of the day. KIND OF ORGANIZATION NEEDED The organization should include the entire county and should le composed of a General Chairman and Secretary, with a representative from each community in the county. This committee to divide all the schools of the county into , community In the Spring Time WE CAN FIT YOU FROM HEAD TO FOOT A Young Man's Fancy Lightly Turns To Thoughts of Clothes We have a Most Gorgeous Line of SPRING TIES SHADES IN All AND COLORS The newest styles in Arrow Collars. If Jt's Shoes We Have Them All Leather Shoes. Remember it takes Leather to Stand Weather. A Flock of fine New Fabrics Jast right for these crisp, sunshiny afternoons of early spring are awaiting your selection. We take your measure and guarantee a fit. Prices Drop in ! We'll be happy to see yon reasonable. whether you buy or not. groups. CASTOR Always bears the Signature of IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years C&tfite&t JOHN ROBINS, BROD '. .' - . mimimiiiMmr two houses and lots here this see rach shell burst in the air -- dent and Consulting Engineer Week, otle to Eider J. WT. Masters, some of them seemingly mighty will be paid large salaries. Tomorrow begins another week the other to Mr. Masters sister, close to the target. Before the The long contention over the VI rs. Eliza Bryant, boih of Corbin. German plane got O'U of sight, of hard work Fbiday, April 5, 1918 ta "beat the routing oi the Dixie Roone High-wa- y " n'3 property win ne repaired several of the Allies' planes gwe Boches bovond Liviujjst.i.i, to iu 'e and pur i'lto tirstclass condition chase and we saw ih fight Published every Ftiday by Devotedly, It ,.. , connec'ion with Laurel euuu v.,a!Ki ,1, piltics wjn moVe to it ov was at such a distance a; t. height EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Will P CauWFIL. w 1 nas been at last, carii fall. I.N. Vanhoak now of however, that we were unable to Co. C. 23rd U S- Engineers, is known as the ' river rout'" Maieiburg, bought the farm once tell whether our aviators $I.O UBSCUIPTION ONE YKAR weie A M. Ex, Force. has been accepted by Federal ovv 'd by the late Dr.Bt nton,ftom successful or not. We've been Mr. Caldwell was Division En authorises who had a say so in A T Ornish tlvs week for $3,000 within sound of the big guns gineer on on Advertising rates maue known Srae Roads, Winches tbe matter inasmuch as Federal Mr. Vanhook will move to this now for some time and pay little ter district last year and is a application aid is to be used in the wotk property withi.i ihe next few attenti n to the sound any more native of Danville. J. M. Work of construction is expected days, and we ate sure glad tohiw lthough. we're within range of to be begun soon. Mr Vanhook and his estimable the German guns. This after MBMBKR OP Council of The Automobile wife citizens of our town. Ac noon today being Sunday and Louisville KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Club, in connection with Boone cording o our letter lact week we're not working - four of us National Defense Way Association, is making ar W F Carter and A. M Hiatt enly walked Id a little village that had The United States Fuel Adminrangemeuts to mark the Boone paid $280 for the farm they bought been just about wrecked by tht Way fiom Louisville to Cumber from Maurice Frith, it should German shells sometime back istration has ordered all consum ers of coal to place orders with land Gap in addition to erecting have read $2,800 Below we give About all the ci Uian residents coal dealers for next winters sup signboards for the convenience the honor roll of Room No. 3. have gone and there were shell This order mut state They Brodhead Graded School : Mar pfcof dugouts around in the ply of tourist and travelers amount used last year and coal From a number of states eoti;e are also working out plans ful reports of citizens, who are under establishing a branch of this guerette Albright, Rhetna Tay streets for the use of the soldiers must be delivered at earliest posThis applies to small the opinion tbat our (iovernment highwa which will be a short; r lor. Co.ine Frith, Cecil Lunce quartered theie I suppose there sible date ford. Lucy Harris, Edna Hicks, are many su, n villages in r ranee dealers as well as larger ones and is allowing too much freedon to and more direct route from the Albright, Nellie Ballaid. near the front like that one. Wi.h'Coal fot- - family use the same as Germans and pro Germans in Palls City, which will give a Worth Dora Cox. Virginia Meredith, and you could see how we divss large consumers, and for coal his country in way of uphold connect on between the Western here Can you imagine a iivered from wagon mines as well ing tbe Kaiser in his frightful-nes- , and Rasters divisions of the Bertha Bruinmett; Miss Dora Vance, teacher The revival at fellow going out walking Sunday as larger operators. are taking matters in their Dixie Highway Louisville and will clo-- e to- afternoon wearing a steel hat on own hands ard in many cases Mt. Vernon -- the Boone and Dixie the Christian church Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L his head and a couple of gas The people who are building taking the culprits by lorce and using the roadbed between Mt. night. Chandler have moved ta the farm masks hanging from our should extensively, or putting up any compelling them to kneel and Vernon utid Cumberland Gap, kiss the American Hag and con- taking in the histoiical places recently bought .-from Morgan ers ready for instaut use Well nw houses, except those abso demn the Kaiser. The provoca in Bullitt, Nelson, Washington Helton near here- ilder Alonzo that was us this p m. Quite a lutely necessary to protect health tion is great and is BO more than and B ie counties, including Masters, of Corbin, and Elder ard ways from our pleasant expert- are doing so again;,t the wishes of Masters, of Kings ence in Clark County? the Government. All the labor should be meted out to the miser the Perijviile battlefield, Dan- Mrs Shelburn Mountain, attended church ser of a great many nee- - and building material is needed In spite able curs. We fear, such proceed- ville's most noted points of invices here Mondav, and were essary hardships, am enjoying to conduct the war. We hope will lead to grave cense terest, ings Lincoln county with mvself very much. About the our citizens will rcpect the quences for when the mob spirit Logan's Fort, Bright's Inn, the guests of relatives while here. R. L. Smith was in Pineville this only thing we can kick about is wishes of the Federal authorities trets fairly aroused and fairly Whitley brick house, the first started upon its mad, the appar- brick structure erected in Ken- wee.i. Mrs. Mary Albright in- the weather, and I thoroly be- - and help whip the Huns. ently justified cause, it is diffi tucky, as well as other points of forms us she has good seed corn lieve the weather around here The Navy is in need of a large cult to conceive its nd ng or much interest. When completed, that she will offer to the public at has anything in that line I ever number of carpenters for ground Mr. and Mrs. saw before beaten a city block. where it will lead to Americans all possible data will be pub- - reasonable prices Cherry were here from Mud, snow and ram but think work in the Aviation Branch. are a patient and long suffering iished and carried in the Auto J Thos. . . . This branch offers good pay, people, bat when once aioused Blue Books of the diflerent As Crab Urcnard, bunciay, attending good weather is bound to come rapid promotion, and valuable inMr. and Mrs. Bronston before Ion". in cases of this kind h -- will be social ions and Clubs, in ad church. struction to men 21 to 85 who to pay. These persons of the dis- dttion to the publicity that will Rider, of Standferd, were here Now Col i' m going to try and are skilled cabinet makers and loyal leaning are simply not safe be given by Tourists Routing Sunday, and Mis. Elder is spen-m- not let such a long time elapse interior wood workers. Men of the week with her parents, in their imagined security and Clubs in the larger c ties, especibefore I write you again, and I draft age must have release from protection of tbe Government,and ally those of the north, which Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Cass. Mrs. H. sincely hope that you will find draft board stating that their just a little more of their insol are actually receiving several H.Hutcheson, of Middlesbcro.was the time from your many duties U Oravplv Vipr order and serial number are so Mrs.W. ence will cause the old powder thousan inquiries every month with in connection with ''Boone Way'' low they will not be needed to till ..." . magazine of wrath of the people as to when the road will be open the first of the week. Misses Bess' etc ' to write me otten lor your any HfArrri quota Sproule, Susie Hicks and Baetrice u will thru the mountains. to explode and dire ui This direct Shelton weie iu Mt. Vernon during xeiueis cuei iiiomi MJUiwgiuj eu- Recruiting Officers are at Louis follow far beyond reaso j or con routing no doubt, forwa-- d Am looking jjyed catch a large the week. ville, Lexington, Covington, Ashtrol The !altlrd wrath of the portion of the touring traffic 10 the after the war days' when I land, Paducah and Owensboro. American people is likened uuto which will prove quite valuable can resume my work in interests WHOOPING COUGH. a vclcano which is liable to be to the communities thru which SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. of good roads in old Ky , in some come active, violent and destruc- it is routed Cough Give Chamberlain's March ;$, 10I8. capacity. Probably by that time tive beyond control. The I. W. My dear Colonel Maret: Boore Way and the Association Remedy to keep the cough loose Ws anarchists and pro Germans Among the best speeches made Have been intending to that fosters it will have so grown and expectoration easy, should read the handwriting on during the session of Congress write you ever since arriving in importance that both its Presi- It is excellent. the wall and take heed. are those of Senator Olhe James near the place over on this side in reply to Chamberland's attack! of the globe where Uncle Sam is CERTIFICATE TO DE MADE BY INDIVIDUAL CONSUMERS BUYIKG WHEAT The last legislature passed bill upon the President and Hon. figuring on tne ivaiser FLOUR FROM MILLS OR MERCHANTS AND SUBSTITUTES ELSEWHERE. g permitting and sein Harvey "gets off at " We've Helm's patriotic address where he 1. ing in the navigable border rivers NThis is to certify that I, in opposition to a projiosed raise been kept rather constantly on No. of our state, with meshes not less have purchased from in salaries of Government em- the go ever since landing and name of poraon selling tha subatitutea Cross out than one and a half inches; sein- ployes in Washington. theu daring my spare time I find line not ers to procure license in the have had ground at mill of used that our old enemy procrastina name of mill owner grinding substitute same manner as getting hunting The Devil of all Devils the tion is just as active as ever. license. Other navigable rivers Kaiser. There is a whole lot that a fellow at address of aucb mill or retailer of the state in which seining will could write that would be very on be permitted under license is the date of purchase or grinding, after January 38, 1918 interesting were we allowed to B Kentucky, Green, Barron, Rough. pounds Of Have already seen cut loose. Cumberland, and Levisa Fork of TThere will be a very attractive somethings that would make a pounds of Big Sandy River; seins to be entertainment at tbe bank hall goad many of those pounds of . . -. of a mesh not smaller than two here Saturday evening, April 6,h, pictures we used to see together not balanced by any other purchases of wheat flour. inches, and provided that all 7:15 o'clock, by Miss Elizabeth in Winchester look pretty small. I further certify that the purchase of substitutes referred to has not been and wilj not be used by me to balance any other pu&cbases of wheat tlonr. Small or large mouthed blacl Hays, of Rochester, who is a For instance I saw, not many Signed . bass if caught in nets or seins graduate in expression at Logan days ago, a battle in the air. A be immediately returned without College. A small admission of Address County Food Administrator German aeroplane passed ovei injury to the water. No seining fifteen and twenty-fiv- e cents will the place we were at work, and Note 1. This certificate if taken by a merchant must be endorsed by the or netting to be done during the be charged Everybody is cord- was fired npon by French and County Food Administrator and then used to balauee his wholesale purchases of wheat flour. ially invited to attend. J. Thos. American the month of May. anti air craft guns Note 2. This certificate if taken in by a miller must be turned in tbe first of Many of our people have been Cherry, of Crab Orchard, 6old somewhere around. We could each month to the Food Administrator, Louisville, Ky. under the impression that the late law allows netting and seining in creeks but it does not. Rockcastle river the having aMaHafcaDaLaaaaaLaftaLjfcfelaJaiwajfcMflaLraflttJlV j3& Yraaa affrftjaai fc?f. m m aPl lfPJrWlT' ' fi fni been created a navigable stream, by Kentucky legislature in the early seventies it can be seined with a two men mesh seine under conditions mentioned above Qur people are limited to hook and line in their fishing in creeks et the county. Mt. Vernon Signa BOONu: WAV AND DIXIE-HOON- E. Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 . .T a a-'- j The 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 his sonal supervision since its infancy. " are but Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Tust-as-go- od Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WhatisCASTORIA j de-arou- ; GENUINE CASTORIA I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of -- &L&& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY lew YORK C ITY, ;WAvv.v.vvv.vAvv.vvvrtv.vvA.vbVlA,vv' ; 1 k. . 1 1 g .itr The Safes t Place for Your Money The paper money of the United States is a promise to pay. It is the agreement of the United States to "pay to bearer" a certain sum. W. S. S. are also a promise to pay. s War Savings Stamps Are as Good as Money and Pay You 4 Compounded Quarterly Both the money and the stamps are guaranteed by the richest nation in the world. Suppose we were to lose the war? What hoop-nettin- I j R OD H EAD hair-raisin- g good would money be? None at all. It would be a mere memento of the past. And if we bought our freedom back, by indemnity, it would be at a price so colossal as to wipe out our savings and mortgage our earnings for generations. The safest place for all your money is in War Savings Stamps, because the money saved and raised by War Savings Stamps will win the war, and thus insure the preservation and solvency of our Government and the safety of our homes ."aVaVV. WS.S. stum ut scran GOVERNMENT and families forever. Miunwni j ' UNITED STATB V.V.W.V.'.V.'M'ASSV.'AV.SW. This Space Contributed by w" V aV The First State Bank OF LIVINGSTON, KY.f Send for Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book by-products J. C.McCLARY ROCKCASTLE COL'KT. COUNTY THEQuestionnaire in lastweek's Signal means more than filling space; it means tbat every citizen of this county should have a oredible record as to co operation in the war work, and tbe time is when it will be be very unoop ular if not considered dUloal to fail to get in line with the helpers. So tnr Rockcastle has a fine record, tbo there are quite a num ber who, could have bought Lib erty Bonds, have failed even to buy thrift stamps It is the duty of Americans to show these fellows up and tbe record will place them in a class that will soon be so unpopular that life will piove a burden to such slack- It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from a steer for less money then the live steer cost ! .... .I Call Term March 28 1918 Hon Cim Mullins Present Ju lge presiding It isordertd by the Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling expense, and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows: Average price paid for live cattle per steer Average price received for meat . . Average price received for Total received . . . . . K . . . This leaves for expenses and profit Of which the profit per steer was by-produ- cts -- 84j45 68.97 24.09 93.0p 8.61 1.29 I ers. Gov. Stanley nas signed the bill to consolidate the bcaid of control and the prison commission, with five ommissioners, whereas the two boards bad seven. There are many other interesting and instructive facts and figures in the Year Book. We want to send our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywhere free for the asking. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago Swift & Company, U. S. A. Kveey indication points to the succewtm floating 0f the third Liberty Lo u beat the Huns. the boundary of voting in Rock' astle county ries grated as East Mt. Vernon, a d being UNDERTAKER and EMBALMfR numbered 1 he excluded from it the following boundary and am-b- e KY. placed in West Mt Vernon, precinct No. 2 in said coon'y. The territory exclude fnm pre ecDecpL cinct No 1 and addtd to ph cinct No 2 is as toll- ws: C. C. Beginning at a point in certer ATTORN LAW of Main Street in Mt. Vernon MT VEBNON.KY OFFICE.- - On2rd.floorof just south of Rockcastle Hotel, Bank of Mt. Vernon, on, thence with center of said street Church St. Special atteneast to a point just opposite the tion given collections. ccnat house door et said town W W TNONE 8o thence through the center of said court Mouse hall and lot to a point in center of old M lin Street, thence west witn said street to a point in Skeggs creek public road or street; theoce north with same to the beginning. The Dentist place of voting in said jnd pre cinct shall be in west side of the Offieo Over LT. G. court house. Baker's Store AJiJLW Cam MullinsJ. R. C. C. MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY curt tha precinct STANFORD, Williams EY-A- T "ccXcc - - DR. WALTER j rrrw. Copy Att. S. t Bowman C R.CC gg ) Mrs. Jones French of the Rose There is a new Swann Hat for If you want to buy or sell rm Hill section is very sick. you at Fish's. any kind of first class typewriter T. N. Noe has been in Harlan call on, write or call up W.H. Mrs. Jennie Hurd, aged 96, Mt.Veknon Ky, April 3, 1918 county for several days on busi died Saturday last, from infirmi- Fish, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ties of age. For Sale: Ford Radiator and wnen 7(2- - ness. uo No. 79 m want toCom Miss Jennie Morrow Miller touring body with good top. cae with 8IONA1It is rumored that Livingston Will sell right. Call on or has returned from a visit to Mr. write is to again be made the terminal and Mrs. Sam Davis at Mystic. R. E. Philips. R.F.D. No. 3. for all freight trains for the L Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Daily Crab Orchard, Ky. B. division motored over from Irvine and spent a few days with Mr. and Wanted: Every ham in RockRed Cross Notes. Mrs. Willis Coffey near Wildie castle county. Bring them in Louisvllc 4 Nashville R R Co. The wonderful work done by Jamie Thompson, who belongs and get the cash. J. Fish & Son. TIME TABLE. thfa Red Cross is so apparent to the Engineering Corps was The army has more than 100-00- 0 p m on the soldier train which passed everywhere that we must not be ES nortft "Smiths," 1,000 William 3:a5 a m through Tuesday going to the important branch 2i north Smiths, 2,ooo John Smiths and slackers in this of war work. A little time and 3 south ttU am cantonment in souh Carolina 200 John A. Smiths. a little money given for the 12:13 a m There were fourteen cars of the 'A South The Third Liberty Loan Cam- fund will keep things going. Jas. Landrum, Agent. soldier bovs. paign opens April 6th and closes One dollar for Red Cross goes Writing to W. H. Fish, Treas May Phone No. 8. 4th. Terms of payment will dolurer, the Hon. Joe F. Bos worth be as follows: Fire per cent with further for relief than five .ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PosUnoe lars given thru lots of other says: "Am enclosing check for application, as second ciaes mail matter. 20 per cent on May sources. Boone Way Pioneer Fund. If :28th, percent 011 July 18th, Sewing and knitting is going anybody in the world deserves and 35 cent on August PERSONAL per 15th. 40 right along in Rockcastle and this I think our mutual friend, The setting forward of clocks we are lar to the front in this Mrs. Matilda Cox continues Col. Jim Martt is entitled to it one hour last Sunday was gener line considering population of low. very and I hope for him, not only the here and in the county. B yam is here from Par little gift, but every other bless- ally observed Will country, with but little confu The Civilian Relief work will vin on buiness. ing that this life can afford." sion resulting. Everybody here be an important Dranch of the man, Jrsse Orion, the Singer abouts now patriotically work, Red Cross inside of a year. We LOCAL has inovtd to tow n. eat sleep by the clock as directed are getting organized for that A mall ch. d of Alfred Bryant Jerry flash bought the Sam from Washington. work and will be able to help died last week of brain fever. McClure farm Price paid $3, too. dependents get part of soldiers Actual work on the stock pens J. A Owens was in Barbour-vi!- j Braaley Sigmon sold a line began Monday. The cement is wages. Many people do not know aiid Middlesboro last week. pair of mules in Richmond Mon- here and the lumber is coming how to proceed to get these Miss Tevis Betburum has re day for slowly. It is hoped to have every claims before the War Depart4 so. 00. covered after some dajs illness Mrs. Sidney McClure, aged 71, thing in readiness fo the first ment. Mr. C. C. Williams will Joe B. McKenzie is moving his If you have not look after the legal side et following sale in May. family to Twila, Harlan county. died last Saturday, paid your subscription do so ac these cases for the Red Cross. some years of ill health. County Court Clerk S F. Bowonce and get your certificate. The We are now getting a card inWe don't want to sell all the Rocircastle Stock Pens means dex of all soldiers from this brigade. man has joined the Ford Miss Julia Davis is home from clothes in the county just the something to the people, so get county and will have a list of behind the enterprise and help dependents and will take care of Midway College to spend vacation best ones. J. Fish & Son. a case of deserving charity in Verner Sanders is a record push. Mrs. Hosack, of Ohio, is with any part of the county. Any her daughter, Mrs. Meshac Gen- breaking sheep raiser. He has The steering gear of Ed Smith's to save for the country, for yourself; 42 ewes with 85 lambs, 41 of Ford machine went awry while woman desiring to serve at this try. time can do so by getting in for the soldiers, laborers for war work. Mrs Jack Hysinger and son, them with twins and one with driving on the Dixie Boone SunRed day afternoon just north of Ren-fr- touch with some of the Monticello rela- triplets. Interior Journal. Cecil, are with Cross workers who are sewing would like to feel you are doing it when you bridge; the car left the road, tives. F. R. Asher bought of Mrs every week at Livingston, Brod-head- , J. M. Cral? was over from Underwood the lot on Richmond turning over throwing out the buy clothes. Wildie and Mt. Vernon. Garrard county yesterday buy- street, adjoining the Mrs. Carmi-ca- l occupants. T. J. Niceley, C. C. property. He expects to be- Williams, W. L. Richards and ing stock. NOTICE. can. Come to this store and get gin the erection of a nice brick the driver Ed Smith. Only the The undersigned will, on Sat If you want to know how it clothes; they give you the most for your driver received an injury. His urday, the 13th day of April, ferls to be pinned under a flivver residence at once. shoulder was hert. Tom O' Mara 1918, at the late residence of ask Mr. Richards. U. G. Baker and E. S. Albrigl t money; all wool fabrics, fine tailoring, good style. went out and fixed and brought Mrs. Lon Van Winkle, in Mt. VerMiss Agnes Jones, of Pittsburg, have bought 130 acres of coal in the machine under its own non, Ky., sell at public outcry, is here with Mrs. Matilda Cox, lands from Wm. Bullock on FISH'S SPECIAL clothes last many timea longer power, along with the passengers the household and kitchen furniSkeggs Creek and are prepared with only a short delay. who is seriously ill. than cheaper clothes ; that's where your saving comes ture of Mrs. Lou VanWinkle, deJudge L W. BetLurum and to furnish cool to the electric ' was here yester- ceased, consisting of beds, bedin. We'll prove it. Satisfaction guaranteed. "Hello Joe Prof. T J. Ball were in Lexing- light plant and our citizens. ding, chairs, divan, tables, cook day from Winchester. ton during the week. Booth Purcell c'.osed a deal "I have bought up the balance stove, queensvare, etc. Sale will I Mrs. Fred Baker returned last week for his son, Ben, for of the stock in this business, and begin at ten o'clock A.M. from Hospital, London, Saturday the Mrs. Grimes' property on This April 3. 1918 am hitting the trail alone;" and is rapidly improving. Williams street. The property writes W. R. Allen of Covington, C. C. Williams, A message came Sunday that is now occupied by Bert Baker, Executor of the estate of in a letter along with remittance Rowland Dyrc, who is at Camp but Mr. Purcell expects to move to Boone Way Fund. Mr. Allen Lou VanWinkle. -Bwsfcfxsajws CCfr Shelby is very low with pneu- to it in the near future. is a Rockcastle boy and has been SRRVICES AT THE CHRIS monia. For the next thirty days, re- with the Kentucky Motor Car TIAN CHURCH SUNDAi Ed Smith was in town Wed- gulations restricting the use of Co., for some years as secretary-manag- er Sunday School 9:45. nesday with an arm in a sling. meat will be lifted The inand has succeeded in his Preaching service 11 His tin lizzie bad kicked up and crease in the number of hogs on work to the extent of being enThe Fiscal Court met Tuesday Junior Christian Endeavor 6:30 flung 'im. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the market is the cause for lifting abled to purchase the whole busi a Senior Christian Endeavor 7:30 and fixed the levy for i9i8 as Mrs. Mattie Carpenter and the ban. Food Administrator Hoo ness. Preaching service 8:30. follows: daughter, Miss Grace, are with ver is making the announcement The Rockcastle Oil and Gas Co. General purposes 3o cts; Bond Mrs. Carpenter's sister, Mrs. S urged upon the people not to have closed a deal with Mr. W. F. Under recent legislation, the issue 20 cts; Roads 15 cts; schools F. Bowman. make the occasion a holiday and Alexander of Lexington, to drill teachers will receive payment of 17J4 cts; bridges 7; making a Susie counceled thrift. At a meeting seven wells in Wolf county, of salaries monthly, beginning the Misses Bess Sprowl. total of 9o cts as the levy for Hix and Beatrice Shelton of Brod New York hotel men pledged not 1400 feet or more each, at $2 25 second Saturday in September county purposes. The state is head, visited Miss Jo Davis at to use any wheat or wheat per foot. W. M. Bullock, field as under the old law first paymaking the total levy 45 cts, products till rext harvest this place, Tuesday. manager for the company, will be ment was second Saturday in $1 35 on the hundred dollars, or Mesdames W. A. McKenzie The Food Administration is in charge and Bert Baker, the ex October. The minimum salary just the same as it was latt year. and R A. Sparks have returned planning drastic action against pert driller will more than likely for second class schools will be M. The High School pupils will from a two weeks visit with rela farmers holding wheat in face have charge of the mechanical end be $5 and first class schools enter the state-wid- e contest for in Louisville and Mystic. Agriculture of the dire necessity of increased of the work. They expect to ship $50. Elementary a $50 Liberty Bond Essay on e Clay Gentry and bride of only wheat shipments to the Allies the machinery at once T. J. will be taught after July 1. 19I9 1 II II tI I eeee. Ball, who has been very active and teachers will be required to take how Liberty Bonds will win the MMIIMMMMMM a few months and little daughter, and American troops in France eeeeeeeeeeeeereeeee war. are here from East St. Louis on who are fighting the battle for successful in the oil business for examination on this subject. J. W. Baker has bought the a visH to Rockcastle relatives. democracy. The plea to the the past year, is interested with That we return to our first love, residence of Fred Hays on Locust Clarence Fuiguson has suffici- farmers' patriotism had but Mr. Alexander in the Wolf county has proven true in the case of street, Sparks & Davis addition. ently recovered from the opera- slight effect as mill receipts in- fields. Chas. C. Davis, who two years Price not given. tion he underwent two week ago. creased to 3,250,000 bushels as One of the twin babies of Mr. ago sold his drug store at the stock of the Pioneer For Sale: One odd black to be again on the job at the L. & compared to 3,000,000 bushels of and Mrs. Joe Noe was found dead this place and located at Winthe previous week. N. station. in bed Tuesdav morning. The chester. A little more than a mule, 6 yrs old, sound and good. Drug Store from Chas L. Davis, Will sell light for cash. Andrew Gentry has returned The resolution amending the little one had been sick foe a few year ago he returned to Mt Ver J. M. COX. to his work in Knox county. His selection draft act by requiring days and at four o'clock Mrs Noe non to live and on last Saturday will continue the busines at the Goochland, Ky. daughter. Miss Rissie, who had registration of youths reaching was up with it and apparently it bought from R. H. Miller the 2t. Mar. 29. a severe attack of pneumonia has 21 years since Tune 5, 191 7, and was doing alright. She dropped drug store which he successfully same old stand. about recovered. estimated to add 7oo,ooo more off tj sleep and at 4:30 awoke ran for many years. Mr Davis "Old Themoraeter" Owens was men to the roll of eligibles was again to fiud the little one dead. will continue on the road for Up complete line of patents and up from Sinks Tuesday search- - adopted by the Senate. It goes It was a great shock to these par- John Co , and Mr Miller will have ing for a new weather measuring to the House. Senator New's ents who were extremely proud charge of the store for some few Ron Down, Aching drug sundries will always be Says the rigorous amendment providing for com- of their twin babies and the sud- months at least. apparatus. people need a good tonic wiuter just pst plum "ruint" pulsory universal military train den taking away, makes it still found on hand harder to bear. We join with his'n. that will send the blood ing of men between 19 and 21 The Fiscal Court which met tingling through the D E Davis, who lived here years, but deferring their mili their host of friends in extending Monday ordered a new bridge You are cordially invited to our sympathy in their hour of across Rounds tone at Langford body, enrich it by imsome ears ago, and later took a tary service until after majority proving the digestion, and one at Wildie The citizens position in the revenue depart was rejected by the Senate 36 bereavement. come in and see us when in and clean it by expelling the A storm passed over East along the Wildie road have agreed ment and lived at Micholasville to 26. Health is a waste matter. to build the road taking it out of for past ten vears. visited friends need of anything in our line matter of plenty of rich blood, The trial of the big suit of Bernstadt, Laurel county Tuesday night, completely wrecking four the creek. The Fiscal Court is and relatives here during the Thos. free from impurities. J. Ewing and others, for small cottages and turned four certainly to be commended for week. tkree hundred and twenty-fivSee us when you need Mrs. Sam Fields who lived in thousand dollars, against N U. box cars which were sitting on ordering both of these bridges. town during the winter to take Bond, Bond Foley Lumber Co., side track over on the main track They are badlv needed, as the dispels inflammation of the and Oil to do your Spring advantage of our school has re- etc., was completed in Cat lets-bur- g stopping traffic for several hours. creek at both fords is often past blood making organs, --the digNo. 24, the morning train due fording in the winter season. estion-gives turned to the farm. The childtone and "pep" on last Friday, after a bard here at V45 was held behind to the membranes that line ren can still attend school without fought legal battle. We know White Plymouth Rocks. The the lungs and the digestive tract the wreckage for 5 hours. T. N. of winter Mr. Bond and are glad to hear of the inconvenience and invigorate the entire system. best winter layers. Eggs $1.50 Noe who was a passenger on weather. You can have health if you take per setting. his good fortune. The defend the delayed train, got off and care of yourW. H. Miller Mrs J. W Brown expects to ants own 2,ooo acres of land in self and take helped extricate a man who was Penma when leave next week to visit her son. Jackson county, and are operatPhone 79. caught in one of the wrecked you need it Conn, and brother Jack Conn in ing one of the two largest saw D. Kirby's store, near Wm. buildings. He came out smiling At your drat-gistI Texas and on her return will mill plants in Kentucky. H. J. MT. VERNON KENTUCKY A. . .1 and without a serious scratch. Pongo, was robbed of $150 worth stop in Oklahoma and visit her Johnson, of London, and C. C. Mo of goods last night. Search is one was na ratuiu brother, Bennett Conn. She Williams, et this place, repre- ngs blown hurt and the build, being COsYsJY down were small, made for the thieves with will be gone several weeks. sented the defendants. T TT heaply erected buildings. ia good prospect of a capture. irr igifn TrTrriniirrSfeis fSf w .. - - Mt. Vernon Signal 79 NT jfB 1 -- 1 Pfcfci; ISsSf' rW War Service in Clothes YOU want You that You o FISH'S SPECIAL THE CASH STORE mEioc ,, PIONEER DWIGHT DRUG STORE tis BOWMAN, Prop. i- - H AVING PURCHASED jj2J2S3 A e PERUNA Paint -- Painting Pioneer Drug Store ..,. -- . T- s. Z. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee fllIIMIMIIIMIllfttlililiists ., fcs-. ... li y. V . ' :v' "frr - ' Rfr .t'JSm neon ON THE FARM m - - , in the PATRIOTISM I Who Is Most Benefitted!ft & AMERICAN gThe g I . BY Money-Yo- u Earn?! If you spend it M t BACK TO THE LAND natulan ' ground Miss et Mt, Veruon, spe tit SHllll'i flV and Sunday with homefolks nt tnis place. T -' .unity Vmla iur, hik ;,.... .... ;. : --.. : .i -- ...: it - : .. . . - -- - n You Are Others Are If you save it I ! 3 The U ? Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with i 6 I BankofMt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings ! :: IJffS&flriitto withstand rain, sunshine, and dampness, cover it with a coat or fwo cf Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Hanna's Green Seal is also an expert factor in rejuvenating homes. It takes away dullness and shabbi-nes- s. It makes any home a more creditable place, and makes you happier in it. If your home is showing signs of needing paint, get acquainted with the transforming power of If you want to beautify your home, and fit it to a 'V.'o .vl count to the utmost decree ;1 j TAXES. 1 on tkfl patriotism of the American ' I , IB O O fanner," Herbert Hoover sail in a r4 I I will on Monday, April 22, it Fa 1 3i ' ron'?rence with Food Administra-tioi- . bein regular County Court day, ari kers of the different staJ.es. mMB was the message brought back at the front doi.r of the Court This by (he Kentucky representative wao House, in Mt Vernon, Kv , otT;-fo- r attt :.ded the conference. sale to the h'ghest bidder t lie Koed must first be raised before it RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES can be sent to American soldiers following tracts or parce'sof land, J?'1 abroad and their English, French, Bat MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH gian and It slian associates in war to satisfy the tax due the coun y only people who can raise food in and state for the years 1916 and The larva quantities are the farmers, and 1917: the Kentud y Holders at Hattiesbnrg Precinct No. 1. and Camp Zachary Taylor are counting Tax & cost on Ike folks hack home producing the 4 12 niyant, V Ii, 25 acres, Money in the pocket hums, Pat it SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. largest food crop in the history of the Owens, W, 30 acres 5 (30 J state. Your cam-rilein the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with us, 5 96 People who live in cities and small Coffey, Mary, 1 town lot checks returned will show where your money has gone, and they will spur you 25 29 towns in Kentucky are asked to help Ramsey, Mrs S B. 1 town lot on to save for the better things of life. 4 95 by raising their own back- Shaffer, Mrs Mary, 40 acres win the war 9 30 yard gardens. Every time a city fam- VVallen. Mr8Rolerta, town lot ily raises a bushel of beans in a garden Precinct No. 7. the Food Administration is enabled to Tax&cc- -t of beans from the farm Fishback, Mrs Ada, town lot. tike a 9 04 anu send them to Europe. Gardeners Foibnsh, Jane, NR 1 town lot 2 30 are urged to rcise enough beans and Nral. James, 32 acres 4 61 winter, and to . potatoes to last all next 14 40 5 Sams, J V, NR. 3 town lots ... store them on their own premises. 5 5 78 :' The Food Administration announces Stewart, Gas, NR, 100 acres ' 5 45 thrtt t lie entire country east of the Whiaaker, James, 4 went Mississippi River would have been Precinct No. 8. Vhort of potatoes this last winter ex- Tax & cost supply raised in Norton, J M. 175-- acres ept for this ho'-.f 11 (4 gardens last year, but because they Renner, R S, 60 acres 4 SO ere raised in gardens potatoes today Renner, M F, 25 acres 3 67 From Saturday until Monday ire plentiful jnd one of the cheapest Sweeney, Nathan, 75 acres .... 5 47 the writer spent the time with oods in the market, and every one Arnold, Mrs Mrry, 50 3 10 acres.... .houM use them freely. The man who his little gr ndsou, J. J. Maret, N 2 20 an raise a garden this year, and does Dyre, J, 40 acres near Level Green. Sunday afterPrecinct No. 10. lot do so, will not only fail to help win the war. but will be in actual Tax&coht noon a walk of two miles was 1 Skeggs langer of himself suffering for food Johnson. Isaac, 75 acres Are you in favor of the Allies being victorious in this world 6 64 taken along the upper ... next winter. 18.') acres 7 33 valley, one Mobley, James, of Rockcastles pretwar? Ans Save Food. 2 53 Mink, Mrs M E, 30 acres scenic localities. The destiest The Food Administration announces Osborne, W L, 50 acres How much have you invested in Liberty Bonds ! 7 82 2 tination started for was the old o the people of Kentucky that there Overbay, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres 10 83 Ans vill be sugar for canning this year. Painter, Mrs Geo, 65 acres . Spring church cemetery 11 80 Rock sugar for canning Those who need where the writer was present at 3 How many War Saving Stamps have you purchased ! Precinct No. 12. have only to apply to their County AdTax & cost the burial of Mrs. Susie Brinkley, Ans ministrators at the canning time, who $258 wife of M F. Brinkley, in Auvill give them certificates entitling Lay, Frank, 15 acres 4 How much have you donated to the Red Cross hem to purchase in necessary quanPreeinct No. 15. gust 1879 nearly 39 years ago. tities. Tax & cost Ans Mrs. Brinkley died on the writers Save Food. $ 16 78 Jones, Mrs Martha, 64 acres birthday, when he was t she During the next four months AmerHow much time have you given to Red Cress work? 5 Cam Mullins, Ex Sheriff of wheat than ica will be shorter was 26. The large monument at Ans else. Lessening of wheat conof Rockcastle Co her grave stan-i- as erect as the military necessity. We sumption is a 6 How mucbhave you subscribed to the Army Y. M. C. A. !W WL.. i day it was placed there the the , . .j&'SiJaK iave less than a bushel apiece which US3fclLL iu:?t he made to last until about July Ans kv. &JM&f&& . frosts of 39 winters have caused 'st. Saving wheat is war work, and ;be'-i- l assortment numerous cracks fjin portions of How much extra time have you worked on account of war 7 he man or woman who wastes whe r and full value s in the class with the Russian Bol for the marble and will get worse as conditions? Ans heviki who destroyed ammunition aa raw FURS time goes on. Mrs. Brinkley was nabled the Huns to make their u. Hides and 8 Have yon rigidly followed instructions as to meatless and a sister of F. L. Thompson and Coat kms vasion of Russia a holiday affair. . SHERIFF'S SALE FOB Food will Win the HI . . . ''i! ';!!;;! Sa "J?!; ; jt -.www i . 1g ' ', '1 - 1 - re-eel- ;. DON'T WASTE IT a RAISE IT - K Be a Producer As Well as Consumer 1111 J Sfil PEOPLES BANK f - .. .. 1 WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS bu-h- 1 PEOPLES BANK ', a MT. VERNON, KV. .. - e Rock Spring Cemetery QUESTIONNAIRE COUNTY: MHaaBBBBBaBBBBaaaBBMBSMBBBBBBBBBBBBMBlBUBaBBBBBBBBBBB CITIZENS OF ROCKCASTLE . . ! . . 2-- any-hin- g s . . jnMRMu Sav Food. a daughter of James Thompson, 1815-- wheatless days? Ans Hanna's Green Seal "The Made to Wear Paint" Sold By The campaign for additional sign- ures to the Household Pledge Card i throughout Kent's ' irogressing bout 200.000 women have signed, bu S i.OOO have not, and the campaig ill continue until every one of th; tW.OOO have ei.l.er signed or positive'. QftHMd to do so. 1" BOOM of the coun ea the Bewapapera are printing Um In the-- ' me.- of these who s'gn. our. :es everybody knows that thos, .hose names ave not priatsd are no to win the war. and are not gDOi me; ana. - 1 S65 who is buried only a monu- few feet from the Brinule 9 10 ?:k 's Eelps Sick Women Cardni, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a general breaking-dow- n I was in of my health. bed for weeks, unable to I had such a get up. weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were A friend very severe. to 1 me I had tried every-t- h why not ng else, Cardui?. . . 1 did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." Fv t m a ment. In approaching the cemetery from the south side one enters the old unenclosed portion of the the graveyaid The first thing to attract one's atteution is a huge while oak tree nearly four feet in diameter which hasgrown up from a grave, the head and foot stones of plain limestone, one on each side of the tree More than a hundred years must have passed since this grave was made. But few et the head and foot stones, in this old portion of cemetery remain erect. It is to be noted the following stones are lying low: ElizWm. Bethurum, 1815-1841822-184- 4; Pleasabeth Harris, . These are Harris ant erect: Andrew Carson, 1823-184- 8; Sam'l Carson, 1783-184- 1: also the stone at the grave et the wire of Jonas Brown. 1 ms portion of the certetery is in a beautiful grove. The enclosed part of the burying ground has a neat wire fence, gate and etc, and covers an area of about 90 by i3o feet, and is well kept, almost the entire enclosure is an immense bed of flowers. Among those resth.g in this enclosure are: Susie Brinkley, Aug. J. Burdett Brown, 1888-189- 0; .J; J. M. Brown, 1819-186- 5; James Thompson, 6; 183I-190- Have you been patriotic in speech and acts during this war period? Ans Do you expect to make greater efforts in the future to help your country this year than in 1917? Ans (SIGNED) POST OFFICE Date J.B. NOE Don't Read THIS. You had better not read this unless you want to be reminded that it is your duty to buy some ::; i V(- - rMO 1. Fcod Afntinlatratloa workers ii very county ara taking the names o. l:ose who si:i and those who do no' en. Cop: '2 of the e uanes will in each county, in Louisville aia Washington. Soon this record wi! e complete, and the children of tl: atur' generations of Kentuckians aril oe able to tell 100 years from no.. whether their grandparents were gocJ Americans or selfish slackers. t The above Questionnaire should be filled out by every citizen. It shows you where you stana. If you don't want to mail or hard it in to Conncil of Defense, fill it out, cut from the paper and put it in your Family Bible. If you can leave a war record that your grand children will be proud of, it would be worth while. Save Food. War Saving Stamps and hefp win fhe War, You can truly help in this way as if you were 'OVER THERE." Be a patriot. I u vest some money today in a way that willl help the Government, and at 1 same time le gilt edge investment for yuu. " 1 an interview today, Fred. M ." ickett, the Federal Food Administra .or for Kentucky, said that the active he was receiving from th. people of the state in all the effort: which the Administration at Washing ton was making to insure adequate-supplof foodstuffs and equitable dis Lribution at fair prices, was intensely gratifying. In war times prices of a!", foodstuffs are high, yet high prices in uLuce large production, and it is quan tity of food that this country needii today. Whatever sacrifice of persona gain is being made is by our peoph who produce our needed food, is but the tribute of the man and woman a'; home to our boys who have gone fron every community to fight for our free dem and our liberties. In I SPECIAL j WAY BOONEHOUSE OPERA "Hie Value oi Life" 5 Reds AT THE TAKE FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL I2th The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-ou- t? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. THIS R.H.MILLER LEADING DRUGGIST MT. VERNON. KY SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY Save Focd. 6-1- 879; HO PE WELL Mr. and Mrs. Alfrrd Barnes spent Saturday night with Mr. Wallen. Ihe Wm. and Mrs. small child of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Cromer hos pneumonia The infant of Mr. and Mrs Jas Kirby died last Tuesday and was buried Wednesday at the Rash burying ground. This is five 5,000 feet and of Film 'Phone 39 Araminta McMullin, Mollie 47-18- 92; 1837-r9o- 8, Wm. Owens, 18 H. Burton, 1837-I8- 66 One sol dier's bead stone reads, Peter Handy Kitchen Utensils vB r that save time and labor and dothewerk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware We have everything for kitchen use in the line of Pots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brashes, Knives, Meatchoppers, etc. , and a good many Shutts, 116th Ohio Inft. FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. To promote a healthy action of the liver and correct the disorders "Victoria Cross" 5 Reds This 5,000 feet of Film children that Mr. and Mrs. Kirbv have lost. Mrs. John Fletcher spent Friday with Mrs Clara caused by biliousness, Chamber Iain's Tablets are excellent. Try them and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. ''Value of a uifei shown Car-rrjica- l. 1 little articles that we are showing are reoeutly introduced novelties that should be in your home. rxx&fcECT . V c. rnon, c. cox j Opoosite Court House viaiting Mr. Nlceley's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Niceley at this place Eugene Stokes has typhoid fever. Miss Hattie spent Saturday and Sunday with fjiends and relatives at Mt Vernon. Wm. Brown of the Freedom section was through this part Snnday. The farmers in this part are veryAosy sowing oats and makiBffTeady to plant corn. Mrs. Sarah Hanks, of bernstadt, is visiting relatives at this place. Died, Mrs Sam McClure after an illness of three years passed into the great beyond last Saturday. The remains were laid to rest Sunday after- Car-mlcal George Mr. and Mrs. of Turner Station, are Niceley, M Druggists im THE MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA and a national lecturer will ne present and lecture on thi subject. Come and see what the Modern Woodmen of America are doing for their sick members and you'll want to be a Woodman. - b- y- R. L. PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable SMITH SIDNEY S. O'DELL, District Deputy. Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see Barbourville, Ky. W. H. FISH, Clerk Dixie Camp, No. 12444 Mt. Vernon, Ky. Will fill engagements at any time on short notice Phone 39 Brodhead Exchange DR. MOORE, The Optician Cox B uridine, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Cv Children Cry n Fletchers tfft FirrcaEirs SASTORi CASTORIA OhUtfV8G