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Mount Vernon signal: April 12, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918041201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 12, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED E VERY FRIDAY fu f ut mum ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM Signal FRIDAY, APRIL 12 1918 ESTABLISHFD 1887 VI L.UME XXXI MT. VERNON, NUMBER -- 9 ing to u blossom-otoo. its none too soon to be getting ready. Our store is the place where t ley find the brightest and newest in the clothing and furf1 Spring time is blossom time. If you are go nishing lines. f -- L V J mum Cloth ng and fu: nisiiings ML Vein n, Ky. ! BE CLOTHCRAIT STOKE IN Tills TOWN LIVINGSTON 1UI L.M. Wester iield dispatcher at Paris. Kv.. was Iowa Monday. ris Cottongini has a position This was his hrst trip for quite a When Be dispatcher 8 it Corbin as clerk in a rest- - vhile. t. aur. Mrs .1 H Uallen and omce wes lierepir. weste.ntici Mrc .C. MeCiuir.' visit' d relatives stt II '.die this week Mrs. G S. '. ru n was called to Mt Vernon of Ravenna, have :ied home after a few days' '4u isit vth Dr. and Mrs R G Wecb. ivro . part of last week on ac cjui of the illness of her little j;rar. laughter, Edna Griffin. :'r nd Mrs W. If. Preston and hnirr. was a citizen ofour town. He seemed well plrtised to meet the boys that are till holding the VM. Preston, who fort here, once was a ansa of our little When town, spent t few days. office was trans the dispitebtr's ' t Louisville, it fell to ferre Mr. Presto ' lot to go with it. but later ie ms been transferred! .MHKiKCfcWtJMBEBSBBW- to the office at Ravenna. Mr. Preston seemed pleased to visit old Livingston again, and meet her good people. As a rule when once one has had the pleasure to live in Livingston and moves away it is always a pleasure to r torn. Sam Stallsworth has moved his family to East Bernstadt ami will For s veral farm this seasou. years he lias been railroadi ig. W. A. Todd, of Level Green, has been visiting hi- -, sister, Mrs. .1. H. Owens, a few days last wee. he years old and lade is seventy-tw- o the trip afoot in one day, ' the way of Mt. Vernon. L.H D: is is building a brick house. On part of it will be oeupied by the First Stat? Hank, and other roei s for offices. The structure will be a credit t Livingston. J 15 I avse has moved into bit propert over the river th?t lie purchased f L. H Davis. ILL Nicely but: it of Kl Hansel on i house and lei Main street; price piid 800 and El Hansel (bought a house at I lot of J. B Donelly, price not kr wn. Mrs. Thomas Parley, who has been sick for some time, re ains Rev. Masters about the si me. tilled his regular appointment at the Christian Church, Suti.iday D.B. Rr. nbo. aid Sunday. who has been sick, is muc bet. ter. O.W. Murphy is putting up a new house near town am will move there in the near futu e. Dr R.G. Webb was called to East Bernstadt, Monday, to see a patient. Rev Young, of xWt Vernon, was here Sunday nigh and gave an interesting talk at the Died: April Christian church. Mrs Fannie Bonds, wife of 7th, Louis Bond, near Mnllins Station. Besides a husband she leaves seven old children, and an eleven-montbaby. She was the daughter of (Continued on 2nd page.) 1 . . h OKOS3 FLAQ I ZK UST LIKE STARTING J A BANK I 4 CEZ3XIIX3 ACCOUNT! EZ3X YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT LET'S WIN ONE FOR MOUNT VERNON EVERY AMERICAN'S DUTY. To work, economize, and lend money to the Government is the duty of every American, Hundreds of thousands of our men have been called to arras and taken away from the pro ductive forces of the country. Hundreds of thousands of others have been diverted from producing things used in peace to producing things used in war. In the face of this lessened productive force and production! a great and unusual drain upon our resources is made by our Army and Navy and our allies. Work and speed-uproduction to make up for the lessened production; economize in consumption to lessen as much as possible the drain upon our resources; lend your money to your Government to prosecute this war successfully and make our soldiers powerful, effective and victorious. Every American cao do an individual serv ce to his country by working, saving and buying Lihertv Bonds. GERMANY FURNISHES THE PROOF. Every development since our entry into the war has justified and proved the wisdom, the imperative necessity of America's participation. Every German success and every German failure have shown how necessary to our own welfare and peace, how necessary to the safety and p People deal with us for the People are saving money same reason every day by dealing with me and watching to save money my prices LA BD 25c PER POUND 3: 3EXZ tt 5XXIXL E zxx w. r. BAKER THE BLUE FRONT STORE KY. Just Opposite the Court House MT, VERNON. iy " Cy .wmmm More Than 400 Farmers In Kentucky Alone Are Planting My peace et the world the defeat of SEED CORN Meal's Paymaster Germination Guaranteed 95 per cent or Better ie the sore-cropping, Germany is. Every foot of ground Germany has been forced to give ud, eveiy foot of land she has seized, have demonstrated the absolute necessity of defeating that sinister, intolerable thirg called Germanism. LIBERTY LOAN BUTTON. The button which will be given to every subscriber to a Liberty Loan Bond of the third issue, whether a $50 bond or a $10,000 one. will have a border of brilliant red, and a blue field with a liberty bell, and the words Liberty Loan" in white. "Third Sixteen million of these buttons are now ready for delivery and will be given out when the THIRD NKALS PAYMASTER i swwer to the Government's heavy producing;, reqaeet to grow more corn. It is early-nmiring. This year's crop depends upon the seed you j'lant Don't take chances with untested or low testing, unknown Be advised by farmers 7ho say net they would have varieties. averaged twelve bushels more per acre had bey planted Neal's Paymaster. On a forty acre field that meant- $1,000 more profit for yon. - HERE PAY MASTER'S 1917 RECORD: US REAL'S SOME MORE OF MY CLS-TOMER- subscriptions are made. PEACE. There can be no peace with houor or safety to ourselves or to posterity, except a just peace, and there can and will not be no other peace. Work for peace accomplishes nothing but the hampering of our effort, the delay of the real peace, and a greater toll of death of America's fighting men. Our duty is to war for a iust ana righteous peace; to work or speak for any other peace is aid and comfort to Germany injury and disloyalty to our boys in France. AN Highest 1917 Hear?, 122-- i bushels. hoe record for county Made by Mr. Will Calvert. On a number of other farms, the average was upwards of 100 bushels. Mr. Hill on a large field, averaged 90 bushels. Experiment Middle Oration, ater test showing 100 per cent germination, bought Pay. 30 baakele of master. twenty AMERICAN Neal's The activity in sewing will not We are having genuine March stay but likely be checked to some now. veather Mrs. Mollie Hatcher is visiting her son, J. N. extent next two weeks on account of house cleaning time. Hatcher, at Corbin, this week. R. L. Brown, of Somerset, spent It might be well to remind the Easter with his mother here. women of this county that we have Miss Ola DeBord has entered school at Berea.-Mauri- ce Thomp- demand for many buttons, as there is a shortage of buttons on son has returned from a There are many stay in the "Hoosier" the market state. Miss Hazel Price is visit gross of buttons, such as we need, ing at Withers this week. W. E. on discarded clothes that will be Thomas and family have moved to burned up or piled in closets dur-- , his farm near Bee Lick. Arthur ing house cleaning time, if you Cummins will run his farm here. will cut these all eff and bring or Mr. and Mrs. James Vanhook mail to Red Cross at Brodhead. have returned f"om Barbourville Livingston, or Mt Vernon, they and will farm this year. Two will be matched up and help win small children of John Lovens the war. were buried at Mt. Pleasant withDr. Walker O.vens is doing in a week; they had whooping cough and measles. Wm. H. extensive work with his First Aid Brown who has been laid up most Class of about twenty women. all winter with a sprained hand This is tine work ana will have and la grippe is able to be out lasting influence in the couuty; again. Mrs. O. J Mullins and it will help to get a clear un- children spent from Thursday un-- derstanding et how to treat til Saturday with her parents at emergency sickness and people to Miss Georgia Gentry, who dents ; gets the is attending school at tiichmord, handle patients right until a phy-an' her sister. Rose, of Langdon sician can reach them, and will save lives were withtheir grand- - ing of this cla.-,much suffering mother, Mrs. J. N. Brown, Satur-landay, Mrs. A. P. Lawrence spent It would be well for the men in Sunday with her sister, Mrs Arch Povnter, at Elrod. Mr. and Mrs. draft age, that will likely be called Virgil Eldridge, of Plato, have soon, to avail themselves of this moved into a tenant house on Giles opportunity to take First A d work. Shell.'s farm. -- Miss Essie Brown These men will have a chane spent from Saturday until Mon- Use dressings when they will be day with her sister, Mrs. Ethel very effective, and if they would Lincoln Burnett, of think right about it, they would Hatcher. Whitley county, visited his cousin be glad to form a class and get Mrs. H. P. Broyles, the latter part of last week. Miss Lucinda BurZXE ton died at the home of her six-mont- LEVELGREEN RED C R O SS loMOM at Mt. Vernon two nights out of each week; these first aid lessons will help many drafted men to get work in hospital corps instead of in the trenches, as the army wants men who has special trainnig for this work. Dr. Owens would be glad to teach a class of young men, and he is a fine instructor along the needed lines in h b'irt Aid work. A card index of all selective draft men now in ser ice is in the hands of the Red Cross and Home Relief work will be started in earnest. YOUR FIFTY DOLLAri LIBERTY BOND. It will protect 1,000 soldiers from smallpox and 666 from typhoid. It will assure the safety of 139 wounded soldiers from which lockjaw, the germ of 1. swurm in Belgian so It will render painless 400 op eratior.s, supply 2 miles of bandages enough to bandage 555 wouncs. It will care for 160 injuries in packets." the way of "firt-aiIt will furnish adhesive plaster and surgical gauze enough to benefit thousands of wounded soldieis. Every purchaser of a Liberty Loan Bond performs a distinct individual service to his country and to our Loys fighting in d 1 acci-Ocal- a. l d teach-Dormitor- s France. OASTOEMA CE Children Cry F8? FLETCHER'S 3XZ Hundred'-- ; of farmers, besides those in Kentuck y. in the brother of tuberculosis last week and was buried at Friendship. and Mrs. W. J. Brown and children were down from Crab Orchard, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Maud Brown accompanied them home for a two weeks' stay. The oil and gas machinery is now located on the farm of Harrison Kirby and have been running day and night. Mr. IN the FRONT RANK of FASHION'S McKibben. states, fie great corn growing ADVANCE STYLES OF The Seed Corn I am offering you is all from the Calvert and McKibboD farms. Neal's Paymaster is the standard two ear corn. White grain, pmall red cob. medium stalk, matures in 100 to 110 days. Uniformly makes large yield. Dress Goods Just received a New Supply of the newest and dantiest fabrics in Dress Goods style without I have only about 1,000 bushels of this incomparable, tested Seed Corn left that I can sell to Kentucky Farmers. WHAT YOUR LIBERTY BOND WILL ACCOMPLISH- CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children Price $6.00 per Bushel Sacks Free. Cash With Order. F. O, JB. Columbia, Tenn. We Advise Ordering by Express Freight is too Slow. invested in Liberty Bonds will equip an infantry $18,000 In Use For Over 30 Years battalion with rifles. $50,000 will construct a base hospital with 5oo beds, or equip T: N FIGUERS,Jr., Columbia, Tenn. Reference : The Three Banks of Columbia an infantry brigade with pistols. Those having Seed Corn for sale $100,000 will buy five combat may advertise under this head airplanes, or pistols, rifles, and at 6 cents per line each issue. half a million rounds of ammuniSEED CORN FOR SALE Large tion for an infantry regiment. quantity, (4.00 per bushel ; test W. B. SayloR, Crab 95 per cent Orchard, Ky., R.No.3,P.O.Boi 53. Home, Brindle Ridge, i m lrom rUR FLETCHER'S Hiatt' at Hickory Grove. it ' SEED CORN gaudy display. harmonious colors, SILK POPLIN" and TAFFETTA. 36 inches wide from $1.00 to $1.90 a yard. Printed Voile in a number of Floral and Conventional designs, 25 cents a yrd. We have something up "our sleeve" for yoi not a secret but we will not tell the world just We are for yet. head-quarters All-Leath- er Shoes Children Cry JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY tni 1 -- CASTOR1A rrrTV7 tttx r r .1 - .... whi-- h Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, April 12. every -- citizt-- holds nearest ' ! his heart to serve his countr LIVINGSTON usn; titles' g.-tt-in 1 iz 1918 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. CBSCRIPTION ONK VHAK $I.O Advertising rates mace knoun on application MEMBKR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A LAY SERMON. "He that gatberetli not with us scatteretb abroad ' ' Germany has 55,000,000 inbabi tants of whom all, or praclicalK all, are above the age of six years actively assisting in every possi ble way, which accounts for German war efficiency. Our population is twice as great as Germany's, but oni.. a fraction of our people are really assisting our war aims. All who do not assist us, assist our enemies by consuming supplies needed by our forces and the allies. There is no middle ground. Unless you "gather with us," you "scatter abroad." This brings up the direct question to you, are you a friend or a foe of liberty ? Do not imagine you have done all that is necessary if you stand up when the band plays "America." "As ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." Don't feed tramps and starve soldiers and our allies Corn and corn meal are excellent food but will not stand transportation to Europe. Wheat and flour will keep indefinitely abroad and are badly needed. Our soldier boys need lard for food, and to grease their bodies, ;uns and shoes. They must have it! Save and send it. There is a big cemetery in East Tennessee with beautiful monuments pointing upward and covered with laudations of the dead. Close by. pror.o upon the ground, there is a bi; cast iron slab, shaped like a coffin, and this iron slab recites that it covers the remains of a "patriot of 1776." "Praises on tombs are Words but idly spent." A man's good name is his best monument Build your own monument by doing your full duty in this war. So live that a century from now your descendants can proudly properly claim that you were "a patriot of 1918," and point with pride to what you did in this terrific struggle. There is work real work foi you to do work to the full meas- VV. Bethurum, in Mt. Vernon,Ky. ure of your capacity, and you G. S Griffin, WHOOPING COUGH. can find this work if you want to Master Commissioner. Give Chamberlain's Cough find it. Find it and do it. Do ROCKCALTLE CIRCUIT Remedy to keep the cough loose it now or further the cause of COURT. and expectoration easy. liberty by getting off of this It is excellent. earth. Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. of S.B. Ramsey, Dec'd, (Continued fiom 1st paire.) I M. and Marguerite Morris sod and a great mau.y seem to Sister of Virs W. H. Cottongim. take an interest in the wor', and She had bten sick Novemwe believe we have come to the ber, lyty, of that die;id iiisoase. point where all should get busy -p educed in the county. Mad tuberculosis. She was laid to rest S. C. Fianklin, L. & M. watch iu a grand charge to the relief c i at Union, TuewdSJ the gth, to specter, was here Oeiween trains, the rmy Y M. C A., whic Miss Marie Rambo await the call of her Mast r -- The Tuesday. lias never bet-- surpassed by ar rr-r-e carpenters are building an and Jalette Grittin visited Mrs. W. of the TJ. S. A. corsid division engine slud, which wi'l be 76 feet L Gray a tew days latter part ( f eiiug populatit D and wealth Fur wide and 100 feet loLg Aru't we weeK at, Sinks. Ihe parties thai his victor, especial ,1 credit is goiDg Boinc. I'K. D m minor, d, had small pox near town are al due E. R Gentrvand U. G. Ba Livingston Bulletin editor, has well, no one else having taken it ker, whoso skillfully and courtreated his residence to a new coat so it is to be hoped that smallpox ageously managed the campaign has been permanently checked. ci paint, and vou btt it shines. but the privates- - the women anfi A man in passing up Round SStone Lee Mulhns, who has a pos.tion men who donated freely, should creek horseback, a few days ago, in the coal fields south of here, was a 'iiLr -- IttiLiiy have their share of the credit for CsXtff was riding a wild horse and a cer with home folks Sunday. W. M. Shoulders gallant work. this tain bend in the ruad the horse Singleton will gu oack to work at began to get frightened, the rider the Eight Gables restaurant, and The Red Cross, organized b Cares May i9i7, has held the line. No thinking that be heard the exhau 1 K.H.Hellard will go back to cierk-o- l B. H. When CALUMET a Ford car coming, got down ing for J.PE.Drummond German Ipropag: nda has beat comes in, ail baking Hattiesburg, them back at any point. Th and took the animal by the hridal Griffin will go to troubles take quick and held hiin and awaited for the Miss, next week to see his brother supply of ammunition (cash) has leave. You go right women from been sufficient; the supposed machine, which he knew G. S. Griffin, Jr., who is in Uncle ahead and mix up bak- would t;ass in a few seconds, but Sam's service and one who wants ing matena'.s, lcr biscuits all parts of the county have ancakes anything without fear swered roll call every work day. after waiting for nearly a half day to help put the Kaiser, Hindeu-bof uncertainty. Calumet makes you forget failure. and with loving and loyal hearts, gave up all hopes of the auto burg and the Crown Prince out Well, it seems we coming and mounted and started of .business with determination in their eyts off, when to his surprise the are getting winter on the install have skillfully worked out a rec BAKING POWDER The fruit may Le ord in knitting and sewing that bushes parted and our old friend ment plan is the mot popular becruse it dnes pive considerably damaged. most perfect results, It h:is tl.e Wm. Hicks walked out with a slab any county of tiie State might be demand baue it is the most dependable. Thefat that i: is t e bi on his shoulder and that explained proud of. As has happened in seller proves that it is the best. COUNTY ROCKCASTLE Atrial will convince you ti at there is many regiments in all wars, a pri the mystery. Mart had his saw "m none'justaSR iod." l'.uyacan--i- f you RJ COURT. jB are not sati Eed t?ke it back and fc mill in that clump of bushes and vate was promoted to a commanCall Term March der, whom all respected and A Calumet contains on'y such irerc- - fjE had succeeded in getting a slab Prasent Hon Cam Mullins off and he was doing the off adored. In this instance Mrs. J. Fi-Miss Mar- - Judge presiding, bearing himself has proven J herself a comYea save when yon bey it. .S 0jjV It is ordered by the court that is obeyed mander of abihtv and Vca ye when yon use it. Miss Pansie IKS rftftrL guertte Fallas and and respected by all. Anothea ?lK MS Carter, who are attending school the boundary of voting precinct highest Rock. astle county designated QUALITY call will soon be made M . at Corhin, weie with home folks important Sunday. on ihe Red Cross. We in RockWillie tfutletoa and as hkst Mt. Vernon, and being he excluded from it Miss Ellen LangieJ wen; quietly numbered castle expect to go over the top the following boundary and same next time. This charge 'will be married at the residence of the conducted by J. W. Brown, who brides grandmother, Mrs. David he placed in West Mt. Vernon. is now selecting his Captains Owens, April 6ih. Mr Singleton precinct No. 2 in said county. is the son of Mr and Mrs. J. E. The territory excluded fiom pre- and Lieutenants from all over the county, and when this division go it. I came here, where I am Singleton, and the bride is theinct No. 1 and added to pre- leaps from the trenches in May, under the care of a noted nerve beautiful and accomplished einct No. 2 is as follows: we predict another victory for and 'daughter of Mrs. Lottie Langiev. specialist. stomach Ho Heginning at a point in center grand-daughtof of Main Street in Mt. Vernon, the Red Cross war fund, which holds out no hope of recovery deceased, will help win tl.e war as sure for me unless I get out of the Mrs David Owens. They v 11 just south of Rockcastle Hotel as a gun is iron. stress of public life. This I make their future borne in Liv- - thence with center of said street The Third Liberty Loan cam- have very reluctantly decide! to ingston. May a long hie and hap tast to a point just opposite the .1. A. Oliver, c'iat paign is now on. W.L. Richards do 1 have run successfully piness be theirs. house door et said town and Miss Bess Sparks are com- fourteen races. I never quit one traveling salesman of Winchester, thence through the center of said manding and before that cam- in my nie. l would not quit i was with our merchants Wednes- - court notice hall and lot to a paign is over the people of this one, if a grave danger to day. J. L. Reynolds has returned point in center of old Main Street, Rockcastle will know that a my life was not involved in run- from a few davs visit with rela- thence west witn said street to a great charge has been made, ning it, and in discharging the tives near Qoaii, Kv Mrs G V. point In Skejrgs creek public and tint Rockcastle is still loyal duties of the office, in the event Calovviiy h is returned from a few road or street; thence north with American territory, helping with of election. The dnys visit with her relatives at same to the beginning. I desired very much to come Berea. her money as well ;s her men. Walter Rich of Hamilton, place of voting in said 2nd pre to the nth district to consult Ohio, spending a few days with cinct shall be in west side et the ROCKCASTLEIRCUIT my many friends before taking his mother, Mrs W M Rich, of courthouse. COURT. this step; but on account of my this place The hail storm, a few (jam Mullins J. II. C. C. .J.H.Lambert, &c , Plaintiff, "pnysicai condition, and realizing nights ago, played havoc with the copy Att S. b Bowman C R.C C that there was but one thing to roofing of the houses here, only a vs : NOTICE. do in the end, I have decided to few exceptions with more or less cno FLETCr'TS John O.vens, &c , Defendants now withdraw from the race for, damage as the hail was of an un --jyy yy pnj All creditors of the estates of Congress. I have tVe truest and best' Dan O ns and Lydia Owens, defriends on earth They havej ceased ire hereby notified to pre. gloriously vindicated me against sent their claims against same, every that has beeu prop uiy proven, before me on or hurled at mv gocd name. I want before April 3o, 1918. Begin-nin- g to thank them from the depths on said date I will sit daily of my hart for their friendship, 1 I tj receive and register such their loyalty and theii support, claims and proof. I will hold I am, Grateful!v. Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St., AtYou my sittings at the law office of L. lanta, Georgia, writes: Caleb Powers. ; n ! j first; and the vat majurity our people, like our 'ooys cMie march" in the selective draft out and stood by their gun producing the largest cop ev - and f 11 in vast qasfl The Red Cross people aiv along splen.iid ID. this Head Stopped Up? Can't Breathe? Try theVick Treatment b Vap-0-Ru- led in Salve Form Over Throat iouot Vick's Viip () Hi;li" Salve over tht t.iruat and client uv.rl itli and Cheat Relieves by Inhalation and Absorption. ranan that are WhaW with the air paa.2 loosening the Vaportreatm ntsarebest for riflamma- phlegm, and healing the raw urfa l turns et the a, fnagw rapors For deep cheat talis, first carry the mediation direct tot! infamed towels to opea the pores Vicks hot then is surfaces withou: disturbinj? the stomach. ;,l,,rlei through the kin ti'kin" out that aa uiu-- nai nieo iniswillil.. . ... .11,. ... en-?:- ' iTih an iui i u-i- . mj - inh w,-- t -- i v ?.- ! . -- 1 VICK'S ?t ir'V24i0) "SALVE AW ! VAVWiW.W.WA'.WAW.WAV.W.V.W.V.WAWJ .'. Hf Ail Baking j The Safest Place for Your Money X l e CALUK7ET i is a promise to pay. It is the agreement of the United States to "pay to bearer" a cer-ta.- n sum. W. S. S. are also a promise to pay. The paper money of the United States bis-aa- tf 28-19- 18 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 5 h ( 1 j j er 1 -- - 1 0h.llfi.rll OlV f. PERUNA Best AU Around Medicine I Hope Ever Made Will I Publish This "I suffered for fifteen years with rheumatic symptoms. Peruna cured me and I think it is the best all around medicine ever made. I hope you will pubMsh this letter for the benefit of others who suffer." Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. Letter COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE Sale os Third Liberty Lan Bonds goes on very slow in this county. It is very possible that some people think they must have money they will not miss, or in other words will never need, before it is their duty to buy Liberty Bonds, others think if they invest $50, they should be very proud of themselves and are not expected to do anything more ex cept clip the coupons when interest comes due. The time has been when a man who had money was looked up to and considered ithe very best man iu the commun y, but now the man who can and-wohelp the nation in its present struggle will be looked down on and it will take an opera glass to see the little fellow who has made thousands of dollars off the boys over there and their families and now shuts his eyes and stops his ears when call is made. For thirty years after this wpr is over the boys now in Kh-k- i w;ll rule this country and the slacker in all walks of life will reap what he nt Plaintiff, vs: W.C.Kirby, Defendant AND : NOTICE The Bank of Mt. Vernon, Plaintiff, vs : Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. of S.B Ramsev, Dec'd, Defendant All creditors of the estate of S B. Ramsey, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, before me on or before April 30, 1918. Beginning on said date I will sit daily to receive and regis ter such claims and proof. 1 will hold my sittings at the law office of L. W. Bethurum, in Mt. Vernon, Ky. G. S.Gtiffin, One Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another !T1ic '? WbWl MtSATOGSaTAr- 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 sa:est place for all your money is in War Savirs 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 cur homes and families forever. WS.S. m UNITED STATE iXrVBKNMENr mUEoavTHB rtrAftftrtftftftrftftftrVhVVVVVWVVWVVW This Space Contributed by The First State Bank OF LIVINGSTON, KY., ., ! .' ttPWt.VtftfW"W ..ww--.yv w w PIO ER : a , DRUG STORE 1SMSSE3DI DWIGHT M. BOWMAN, Prop. ,UHl9(al1CMtl ! .. ...a........ ......... HAVING PURCHASED of the Pioneer Largest Fire Insurance Company in America Drug Store from Chas. L. Da vis, will continue the busines at the same old stand. THE HOME CASH ASSETS CASH CAPITAL LIABILITIES ggBSSS? NEW YORK Statement $44,048,651.58 6,000,000.00 25,047,401.00 13,001,250.58 Home Office: No. 56 Cedar Street A complete line of patents and drug sundries will always be found on hand. ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, President RESOURCES INVESTED IN AMERICAN SECURITIES One Hundred and --Twenty-Nint- h Semi-Annu- al January, 1918 ' -- - N2T SURPLUS OVER LIABILITIES Surplus as regards Policyholders. $19,001,250.58 You are cordially invited to come in and see us when in need of anything in our line. See us when you need Master Commissioner. Powers Quits Race For Congress. Baltimore, Md., FffiE AND ALLIED BRANCHES OF INSURANCE Fire, Lightning, Automobile, Explosion, Hail, Marine (Inland and Ocean), Parcel Post, Profits and Commissions, Registered Mail, Rents, Sprinkle Leakage, Tourists' Baggage, Use and Occupancy .Windstorm, Full War Cover Paint and Oil to do your Spring FARM PROPERTY AND CROP DAMAGE INSURANCE A SPECIALTY WESTERN FARM DEPARTMENT: Chicago, BI. Lesch & Cornell, Managers AGENTS IN CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES AND ITS POSSESSIONS AND IN CANADA Painting. April 4th, 19I8. To my friends: Rockcastle County Council of Defense was organized and every loyal American in the County was made a Member. No dues were required; no obligation taken, except that has sown. One year ago the Last year, I had to leave for several months my congressional duties, to seek to restore my shattered health. This year, although I have taken every possible care of myself, I have been forced to do the same thing. I first went to a sanitarium in Washington, where a very operation was stronely serious advised. Not desiring to under- - Pioneer Drug Store MT VERNON STRENGTH SIXTY-FIV- E REPUTATION SERVICE KENTUCKY YEARS OF FAIR DEALING WITH POLICYHOLDERS LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION OVER $187,000,000 .......... ............. Ifilll Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR III ........... PROMPT ADJUSTMENT AND PAYMENT OF LOSSES CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Mt..Vernon Signal VKUXON Ky, April C 12 1918 - 79 cue mr up 70" w "r.SIGNAL t o o m ra uniwith rt t 7 Gi J LOUISV'LLE & NASMVILLt R R CO. TIME TABLE. 5.21 p J2 t.oiia.. 3:a5 a 24 uottn "Id m a south Jl South ir.44ani 12:13 a m Tas. Landkcm, Agent. ?hme No. S. nt.-re- t at tli.as see - Mt .- Verriou, Ky. Poetottce mail matter. PKRSOML M;ss Clyde Wat.- - m visited her parents at Brodhcad Sunday. ;i I in town Sun-t- l B Cbiidri c uest et relatives and friei 'Is. sel suffered a T. lit htruku i" p.ualysis this ralafj. Ol. Baker has moved to Mrs m Ium property on Gen I . 1 11 I lr-- L E very si I: S Albright has been H e past week with an abeess iu the ear. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Traub, Of Seraiiton, Pcnn., are with Mr. ana Mrs. Fritz Kroiurer. Miss W.:nie Falin has an at lack of griff and could not re tun; to sell el Monday. Cteo Brown was in Richmond Monday to attend t son e in liters connected wi h I -- office. L. & N. watch all local freight in: pactor, t,.. - xi depot for comparison of 5 C Mfc.tt Fran. in, - t'ii s of trainmen. morning from I. K Gentry received a gram this Gentry . that he had afely at Bordeaux, France. Cot. Jim Maret left today for Winchester where he resumes .. i4 suii' Iioatl Inspector, darii pj road construction season. Ilioo OeoroO Gentry, of Level n. who is attending Rich- d Normal : School was hutiie or lew days. She returned Monday. St '.rt Fred McFerron was ,0 for one day last week from Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. He expects to be in France within tbe next lew weeks. J as. Williams, son of Mr. and d Mrs. M. C. Williams who is now K gi mental Supply Sargeaut, at Can,) Shelby, is here on a short visit to Mt. Yen. on relatives. Louis Miller was on April 1st e Battalion Sargeaut Majir. L .is' Mt. Vernon friends are proud of his record and expect to hear Ot his going still higher Miss Huidah Shereman of Ky , at present a stuAshland, dent of Richmond Eastern Normal School was an attractive visitor of Miss Christine McFer rcn for the week end. Logs Bryant and W. N Thompson, son of George Thompson, Ot the Omail section, have volunteered for special service as a ut; mobile drivers and median and will leave Sunday night lor Indianapolis, where they will a lew weeks special training. Oscar D. Bryant will have charge of Bryant Bros., garage. !. LOCAL Notick: We have all the hams we want at this time. ) J. Fish "Who (Jo-ue & Son. is your Neighbor"? to the Boone Way Opera House tonight and see. There are butterflies in tropical regions of South America that measures 14 inches between the tips of the wings. Miss Ruth Landrum entertained with a six o'clock dinner party for Miss Shereman The guests were Misses Shereman, McFerron, Christine Sydney Crawford and Amy Praetor. Afterwatds the guests, with Messrs Richard Cox, Robert Fish, John Albright and Ramey Richards attended the penny social given by Miss Bonnie Niceley at the Masonic Hall They then progressed to the home of Miss Christine McFerron where delicious sandwiches, olives, pickles, cake and hot chocolate were served. BIDS WANTED FOR 3CHOOL HOUSES. The Board of Education having five o'clock last Friday after-At noon, at tin horn of thn "tue u lo receive sawbiaciory mus fo'' buildings, will meet on tbe last Mr. Connie Gleason and Miss brid, the Rev J. W. Masters, pro- Saturday in April (27th). and ac Anna Ricliels, daughter of Mr. nouueed Miss Gertrude Bowling, oept bids to build a houe in Pine and Mrs J as Rickels, were mar- and Mr. Grant Baker, man and Mrs. Baker is the only Hin District, No. 33, house to be ried at Hamilton, Ohio, on April wife. feet, containing two rooms ioih. They will make Hamilton daughter of Eld. and Mrs. L. N 3,,x48 Bowling, and a great favorite of, wi,b small porch, their home. District No. 10 (Scafloldcane). the family as well as of her many Only two or three varieties of 2' miles north of Conway, Dis- friends and to av that slm spider found in the United states , missed iust trictNo:. near mouth of Skeggs are poisonous bjnders am very as light a way as we could possi Creek. These houses are to be of useful about the girden, as they bly express it. Mr Baker is a same size and material as the destroy thousands of harmful in business man of Laurel county, houses of 19 7, except the roof is sect and pests and is a irentlemeu in all the to be of the bungalow style, and Photographs of mutilated Bel- word implies. His lather is a the windows are to be in one side gian children, girls, committed large owner of real estate and is a and one end instead of being by the horrible Gei mans, can be stuck trader of considerable note placed on both sides. Those wishseen at r ranKiin s snop ii' 10 tnese young peopie we join lnS to D'd on these bouses can call one can view these pictures and their many Irieuds in wishing in the omces 01 the county supremain a "slacker,'" he is not hi them a happy and prosperous erintendent on Saturday morning to be a citizen of America. married life. Prof. J L Pilkenton for full information. J. O. 5COGGIN, Mieses Sydney and Virginia has accepted the position of Sup Supervisor of Schools, Crawford entertained at dinner erintendent af City Schools in Rockcastle Co., Ky. Suuday. The guests present Corbiu. and will move his family in a few months, possibly were: Misses Huldah Share-man- , there Miss McFerron gave an informthe attractive guest of Mi-- s not before August. Mr Pilkenton al luncheon for Miss Shereman Christine McFerron. Tevis B' has been principal of the Graded plates were laid for the following thururu, Christine Davi hrisiie and High School here for several guests: Misses Ruth Landrum, McFerron and Ruth Lindrsnu lyeareaad lias done great work Virginia and Sydney Crawford, for the town and community, and Huldah Shereman and Christine Mo; 8 thau 120 automobiles hae has many friends here who learns McFerron. Messrs Richard Cox, braved the mud sad weather ottr with much regret that Mr.PUken-toHyatt Crawford and Ramey the route from Cincinnati and his esiimabie family is to Richards. v. ran urcnaro, owe tne Boo le aw eave us ar.d the sasin that it Dixie Highways, thru Combe W. J. Sparks Co. sold this week Bever ''rains but it poors'1 seems load Oi, for point- - in ITtig i to be coming our way just now, as to Rev. U. T Young 20 good feed- Ten .lessee, North and South Cartl Mr. Win. Richie has accepted the jers at 16 cents; to Owen Duvall, lina during past thirty days priori palahip of the Corbin High of Preachersville, about 47 at 16 Tiii present cold weatner wi School and will o there to begin cts : to J. C. Estes, of Berea, 58 make the fruit crop very she rt the fall term along with Mr. Pi shoats at 16 i cents. The W. J. It now looks like b'ackberries .vij kentjn. During their short stay Sparks Co. sold these to make et proouce tiiis year on accoom here Mr and If ra. Richie has made room ter forty odd good brood of tlu-- briars being killed by severe a number of warm friends who sows, which they have on the Tins means are sorry to see them leave us ; farm. winter weather. jjiore gardening, 00 when you out opportunity knocks at every Mrs. Matilda Cox, age 69 years plant remember if there is less man's door and Mr. Richie and and six months, died at her home fruit there must be more vega Mr. lJilkenton feel that a golden here Tuesday night. For many tables. opportunity has been preseuted years she had been practically an At a meeting of the Beard of to them worth going after. Cor- invalid, but for the past four year directors of the Peoples Bank bin is just completing a new or since the death of Mr. Cox. school building, she has been held Monday, F.Ev Thompson Jr , blind and otherCashier offered Wa his resigna- and are sure doing things in an wise almost helpless. Mrs. Cox tion effective at Once which was educational way, and with men was a native of Rockcastle and d. Flore E Miller who like those we are sending them, as expressed by Rev. Young in lias been aslant cashier for we predict greater tilings than his short talk at the grave, the was elected ever came their way before Mrs. life of the past three y4rs deceased had been a cashier. As et no one has T JJ Albright was in Louisville beautiful christian life and the been selectef for assistant cadi last week shopping The revival splendid family which she raised at the Christian Church closed ft ier. Friday evening, of last week, with fittingly portrays her life. She A motorcrfe of tl irty Ford matwenty nine additions. Mr. and was laid to rest yesterday afterchines, en ljnte from Cincinnati Mrs A E Albright left Wednesday noon in Elm wood cemetery be to GreenviU, South Carolina, for Richmond, Va., to see a spec side her husband who preceded passed thru Mv Vernon twiceyes-terday- . ialist for Mrs. Albright, and will her to the grave a little less On axiviog at Livings likelv be ;uvav from homo several thau four years. ton they were advised that the weeks oefore returning. Mrs. Wade Graves ploughed up a ferryboat at Pitkers Creek had Albright's condition is greatly wild sweet potato, on his Skeggs broken loose and floated away. improved but they are naturally Creek farm last week, weighing The cars were debmred via Nash. auxious to leave no stone unturned ten pounds and on the same day ville, 2so miles off the direct route In search for a permanent cure unearthed an Irish potato of eight of the Dixie-Boon- e iligh way. j Their many friends here are anx pounds in weight. These curiosiThe Soutn American Papua ious that much success will attain ties were brought to Dr. Lovell, bean grows pods tolhe length of their efforts. Mrs. J. H. Humble the geologist, for inspection. The thirty live inches and weigi left Thursday for Newport News, Doctor has them at his office and eleven pounds each. There is a Va., to spend a few days with her is wrestling to determine uoon man down on the creek, husband, Lieutenaut Humble. some sort of proper definition or (name deleted), whom it isclaimtl Mr and Mrs W H. Anderson ac- explanation of the why and where could worry one of these beau , companied Mrs Daisy Hunt, and fores of these freaks produced by pod and all, at one meal, providtl son, L.ev.is, to Richmond, Wednes- the vegetable kingdom. I couple or three pounds of bacoi day, to see Drs. Gibson, who is White Plymouth Rocks. The or jowl, was cocked along ther treating Lewis Hunt. The trip with. was made in Urban Cass' Ford. best winter layers. Eggs $1.50 per setting. We note in some et our e: - M.B. Brock sold K.L. Osborne a W. H. Miller mules this changes, complimentary noticts pair of Phone 79. of efficient and accomodating pct vveek for three hundred dollars. Mrs. Mary J. Stevens, aged 75. masters. This is the right spirt.! The honor roll in Room No. 3. Brodhcad Graded School, for this who died at Athens, Ga , was Where a person does his or h r duty they surely deserve kinciy week follows: Mary aud Elbert brought here last week for burial mention. What we started outo Belcher, Marguerette Albright, at Plato. The remains were acsay was that Mt. Vernon patrois Herman Oliver, Lucy Harris, Nel companied by her daughter, Mrs. of Uncle Sam's mail facilities are lie Ballard, Bertha Brummett. Dicie Moore, Miss Eva Roark, as well, if not. better served thin Worth Albright and Virginia Chris Stevens, Fount Stevens any at other offices in our old Meredith. Eld. H.T. Young and and Amart Stevens, of Georgia; Atty. J.W. Brown lectured in in- Mike Roark, John Moore and Common wealth, bar none. terest of the Men and Millions Will Moore, of Corbin. Mrs, J. M. Craig shipped from Bed- movement at the Christian Moore moved from here to GeorChurch, head yesterday to his farm rear Wednesday evening.-Mi- ss years since, when Lucile gia thirty-tw- o Lancaster, a car load of logs Pilkenton, daughter of Prof, and her brother Walter Turn-lin- , bought In Rockcastle. He got 38 Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton, and Roy Sowfamily went south. Mr. Tum-li- n shoats from Gus Staverson tt 17 der, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. worked here on railroad seccents, from Sayi-rand Ham 27, Sowder, were married at Jellico tion and lived in a house that was . feeders at 17 cents; 4 from this week, and returned home on the lot now occupied by the K J. Smith at 17 cents; 10 from Wednesday evening. These are Boone Way Opera House D. M. Cress at 17 cents, and splendid young people and have a 13 1701b. feeders from Charley host of friends here who join P. R. Smith, who was section us Sowder at 17 cents, and 7 which in wishing them a happy and foreman here some thirty odd weighed 120 lbs. from J. A. Acton prosperous wedded life. Mrs. years ago is living at Gainesville, at 17 cents. Logan McCall, of Stanford, was Georgia. 2 Three miles out on the Copper the guest of Mrs. J. J. Albright durThe last Congress made approMrs. J. J. Painter Creek road from Mt. Vernon on a ing the week. farm of our merchant, J. Fish, is and children were up from Stan-for- priations amounting to $18,000,-000,00If silver dollars in this this veek and spent a few a splendid six.acre tract of wheat, were poured out into a none better in the county. It days with her mother, Mrs. L N amount W. T. Brooks sold a p la and eight men furnished with might be called a volunteer crop, Vanhook. as no wheat was sown there during: tract of land to Patric Harris this baskets were put to picking up the money at the rate of $100 per the year lc.17, altho a crop from a week for four hundred dollars. sowing of 19 16 was reaped last Mrs. Elizabeth Oliver sold a small minute, working ten hours per year after the wheat had reached farm on Negro Creek to Mrs. day, it would require 100 years to an advanced stage of ripeness and Maud Atkinson this week for six gather up the coin. Better not give some of Mt. it is .supposed that grains fell from hundred dollars. Mrs. Oliver and Vernon's citizen's such an opporhead when being harvested her son, Charley and his family, Some of them would There was a croD of buckwheat will iikelv move to Casey in the tunity. overgo the limit and drop dead raised on this same tract after near future. long before the expiration of the wheat was cut. The ground was D.C.Edwards, first ten hours, from a broken plowed before buckwheat was of London, may be a candidate back, attempting to carry big sown. toid is a vahnble assistant to the gardener. He will destroy more than 50 times !his own weigui in insect- - every year. A "D "D U DR( HHP " A D ! BES3B 1 u-iil-1 You know our policy y f I ; j u -u-- har S 1 - c j v j and our Merchandise both are dedicated to your Satisfaction firmest friends do not always become so with their introduction. Likewise it is not possible that everyone wh enters our Store will immediately become a customer. We want you to know us, to know a great deal about cur new 'Spring goods and then perhaps we will become life friends. J as to buy in this Store. The You are as welcome to look forty-thousand-doll- acc-pte- You are invited to visit us- you will not be urged to buy 9 FISH'S SPECIAL spring and summer suits $15. to $35. 4 ' "Z IT VCflk. ' -- w- .T- - The Place Where Style and Quality Meet An Iowa girl whose sweetheart was sentj to France with the American forces, heard from him two or three times after his arrival over there, then it was some time -- two-year-ol- d Handy Kitchen Utensils in-law'- before she received another letter. When it came the soldier said in it that he was a prisoner in the hands of the Germans but was getting plenty to eat and had good sleeping quarters and was receivA short ing kind treatment. time later the jjirl received, by mail, the soldiers wrist watch which she took to the jeweler for repairs. The jeweler found a note in the watch, written on very thin paper and rolled into a small wad. It read as follows : ' 'No mm0 c. Kv. vast bene6t to the northern per tion of the county, has often "deadened over the line' ' and volunteered his services, when he had the time to spare, and has gone into territory, where requested, and rendered very valuable services to the farmers 10 addition to his innumerable duties in parts of Madison Estill and Jackson counties. His activities during the past three years has caused an increase in the value of farm products, poultry aud live stock more than $50,000 in North em Rockcastle. - that save time and labor aud dothewerk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware. We have everything for tides that we are showing are receutly introlittle ui duced novelties that should be in your home. truth Good-bye.- s 165-lb- in letter sent you They have cut off one of my hands and nose. I will never see you again. " DR. WALTER Dentist ' Mt. Vernon, c. cox w5 A m$iijf MT.VERNON, Omee Baker's Store KENTUC KY U.G. Over Opoosite Court House d 0. -- for Congress. loads. It is regretable to note that the Fiscal Court has not as yet seen its way clear to make arrange ments for the employment of an Agricultural Agent or County Agent as designated by same, for tbe whole county. Under prseent conditions only the northern portion of the county gets the attention of such an agent, and we understand that it is at the expense of the Government and aid from other sources than from our Mr. Spence, County county. Agent, of Berea, who has been of An exchange gives an incident that illustrates the impossibility of telling where the trouble result- ing from a mortgage will end. A ' man mortgaged his farm to buy his wife a pair of earrings. The wife took in washing to pay the interest on the mortgage, and the first day lost one of the diamonds m tne suts ana tried to hang her- seu in tne Darn, out the rope broke and she fell on a $150 Jersey cow, breaking its back. cniliaren FLETCHER'S G A SJXLO-R1FOR A mm m KENTUCKY WILLS SHERIFFS SALE TAXES. I FOK a .. a- a iaeeeaeiaeekeeeeeeeaeeaiaeeteeeeeeeteeaeateeMeMtMtMeet Children Cry for Fletcher's TO WIN THE being regular County Cour, day, at the front der of the Court RIGHT House, in Mt Vernon. Kv offer PEOPLE DISPLAY THE SPIT.IT TO HELP BOfS for sale to the highest bidder the AT FRONT. following tracts or parce sof land, MM ) to satisfy the tax due the couiny and state for tha years 19 16 ,nd , m .......a....'-...........- . will on Monday, April 22, it Food will Win the Ml O ' ..... ... ...... eeea eeeee e ... . . - a ea -- DON'T WAS1E IT fit RAISE IT O .. e The Kind Tou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. ZV-T- j Allow no one to deceive vou in this. " are but Counterfeits, Imitations and " All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. X'-&CC&- ARE Willi! TO SAVE WHEAT 1917 : Be a Producer As Well as Consumer H e - e Precinct No Food Administrator Delighted Splendid Enthusiasm of With s 1. Bryant, W II, 25 acres, 1 Tax & coat 4 !) RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY had GRAIN ami VE6ETAB1 MAKE MONKV AND DEPOSIT WITH 4 diue-Gras- Just-as-go- od State To Give Up Men, Money and Food For Liberty's Cause. i Castoria is a b .rmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soohing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its gua; ntee. For more than thirty years it has been in constan' use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic ar Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and :y regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. I What is CASTOR A I GENUINE In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TM E C: si&sr I CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of E NTAUR COM I AM V MCWVOWK CITY, i mmm Who Is Most Benefitted BY The Money You Earn? You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it m N H Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with The BankofMt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings H I! Louisville, Ky. Telling blows against the Germans are being struck by the Food Army of luntitrtlv tha urtnv u.'hifVi ,1 t Mt ia all the farmers of the country, all the city people who are raising war gardens, and all the people in both city and country who sit down to three square meals a day. All parts of the state are represented in the army raised by the Focd Administration and which, under the banner reading "Food Will Win the War" is conducting the big Spr.ng offensive against waste at home and hunger and want in t.ie ranks of the Allied soldiers and their dependents. Feueral Food Administrator F. M. Sackett is pleased at the work being done. Kentucky is a hard state to reach, but it can be reached, and it has Mr. Hoover's admonbeen reached. ition, "Food Will Win the War," is being heeded, and President Wilson's injunction to "enlist in the service of the Food Administration" is being followed unreservedly. Every county in tiie state has a Food Any mill, any merAdministrator. chant, any farmer, any consumer troubled by a vexing technical regulation can get his troubles remoed, or settled, by going to the nearest county seit. And the administrators without exception r?port a wiliingness to cooperate which is met with everywhere. "If wheat is needed, wheat will ba raised in my county, even though a financial loss is entailed," is the way one administrator put it in conver tion recently. "Then if It is necessary the peoLj. who raise it will sell it all, so our soldiers and their associat in arms can get it, and themselves all the year." Some:hing of that same spirit rr oecn manifested both by producers ai consumers everywhere in Kentuck; Mr. Backatt was not at all surpri at the composure with which the regulation was pro:. ;ated, for this very reason. The late, regulation says no person must t. nore than six pounds of wheat nonth, which is one and one-.oucis a week. 'vr.d that means six pounds of kinds of wheat products, too," one "It due. i::nistrator explained. Jicaii ix pouinio of bread, and then I. i of maccaroni and cakes and crai irs, too. It mean six pounds of wh. .jig lacta per penon per month." Soldiers anu ;he.r famil eo nit; liave bread. Wheat is the only br ;. making product which i;n be sn: i.u. ope now. Cam would terrain: luiinc 'he long journey. Aaxeri .nd Allied sol i en mi t have wh bread or qall lighting; h. nee the Fo Administration has asked the pe: f Kentucky to limit themselves to s ,oun!s of wheal fear per month. Continue Whsal CwS Gays. i . Coffey, Mary, 1 to.vn lot Ramsey, Mrs S B. town lot . Shaffer, Mrs Mary, 40 acres VVallen. Mrs Roberta. town lot 1 rM 2n L4 4 it 9.- - 80 - Precinct Mr- I No. 7. ! ' Tax & cost Ada, town lot. f ('4 a '2 "A) Feibush, Jane, NR 1 town lot Sams, J W, NR. town leis ... 14 40 4") Whitaker, James, 4 acres Precise No. 8. Tax &cct Norton, J M. 1754 acres ... $ 11 h4 Re micr, R s, 60 acres 4 SO :; to Rentier, M F. 25 acres Sweeney, Nathan. 75 acres 5 47 :j 10 Ai nold. Mrs Miry, 50 acres. Dyre, X J, 40 acres I 20 e Precinct No. 10. Tax& cost 7 3S Mribley, James, 1S5 acres M E, 30 acres Mink, Mm 2 58 The Ov rhajr, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres 10 S:i '.', o-e . . PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PART F ALL you irn f Momi il the puekl birH, f Wt it Ytmt eanctHlvd in the Peoples Bank. $ I pen u; a theeking account with u. checks returned will slnw wber vour Money has gone, and thev will jur iu on to save for the better things of life. a a a e a WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PF0PLES BANK 1776 -- I918. com-pan-io- ts a MT. VERNON, K". ea a a - j ::. ;:;::eeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee '' !eeeeieeHeeaeeeifleteeiieeetteeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeee a & plBflV ' $ A . HaftRf J:I &. ' X lEt?i.itir.lM y JfSLiilfflisniSy3b W9. m."fin a VJ d- - j J, 7 i ' - . I s gS MMSS.ir-- r "i- gg a V Tj l . iB - IB BB. B i Ifc& LA-ifSr. . ' f f. -- fc '! , ioi.tt Wi " I 'tZ .SErv- --. .) - C: , j fiHrr "fv L ' l' If-- ' (f 'it1,-- rvri rfSS" stffkbathrTiQtectioti withstand nun, sunshine, and dampness, cover it with a coat or fv.o of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Hanna's Creen Seal ii also an expert factor in rejuvenating hr mb. It ta!:es away dullness and shabbi-nes- s. It raakt-- 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 vaat to beautify your home, and fit it to Cam Mn.MNs. Ex Sheriff and Rocbamheaa. Tiu- tim'and of Rockcastle Co ,a oi'poriuni y ni a Come t 1 -- Are you in favor of the Allies in tin- - world being ion t.. pay a gieat deot o! gratiDO YOU SLEEP WELL J war? A ns tude for service rendered in To be at his bet a man must much have you invested in Liberty Bond-'- : refreshing sleep. great national need and America have sound, Ans When wakeful and restless at is paying Prance the debt she night he is in no condition for long has owed. many War Saving Stamp- - have you purchased ! work or banners during the day In the Revolutionary War for Ans Wakefulness is often caused b indigestion and constipation, and the freedom of America the the Red Cross 4 How much have you donated is qtiicklv relieved by Chamber- French fought on American soil Ans lain's Tablets. Try a dose of under the command of an Amerithese tablets and see how much can To day in the war for the How much .ime have you givm to Red Cress work'r hotter yon feel with a clear head freedom of France and for the 5 Ans and good digestion. preservation of Liberty of Ameri6 How muchjave you subscribed to the Army Y. M. C. A. ca, and indeed to all the world, -i- H WHITE & CO. .'JISVILE, KY. Americans fight on French soil Ans era! assortment under the supreme command of How much exra time have you worked on account of war 7 and full valuu paid a Frenchman. The honors are condition? Ans even and the honors are great. Hides and 8 Have yon rigL'y followed instructions as to meatless and No true Amer.can who knows Coat Okina wheatless lays ! Ans the history of his country and loves the honor of his country 9 Have you been ptriotic in speech and acts during this war but thrills at the thought of the period? An American Army in France. The invincible American will turn io Do you expect tJ Ake greater efforts in the future to help the tide of war; they will bring your countrv Jiis year than in 1917? Ans B ST,. to France and her allies a victory ; Date J for liberty such as France as sisted us to win, aid repay with wL interest a debt to liberty and to POST tfFlCE F ranee long owing and honora The above Que.onnaire should be filled out by every citizen. bly acknowledged. Cardui. the woman's Itbows you wherf you stan.t. If you don't want to mail or hard tonic, helped Mrs. Wil$100 REWARfc, $100 it in to Conncil of Iifense, fill it out, cut from the paper and put it liam Eversole, of Hazel The readers of this paper will in your Family Bjle. If you can leave a war record that your Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a be pleased to learn that there is grand children w9 be proud of, it wouH be worth while. general breaking-dow- n at least one dreaded disease that I was in of my health. Federal Food Administrator F. I science has been able to cure in Saekett advises the continuance bed for weeks, unable to all its stages and that is catarrh .vheatless day 3. "Continued obser I had such a get up. nee of arheatleea days and meals m. Catarrh being greatly influenced weakness and dizziness, aid in keeping consumption down were . . . and the pains by constitutional conditions re Mr. Sackett said. "People are oflerc A friend very severe. b quires constitutional treatment the alternative of saving wheat to- i me I had tried every-t- h Joing wii'.iout entirely on certain da; Hall's Catarrh Medisine is taken ig else, why not mil meals, or by using less at a internally and acts thru the Blrod Cardui ? . . . I did, and HE ..u.cs, but I wjuid re oameai be;. A soon saw it was helping on the Mucou. Surfaces of the Saving wheat is a military necessit me . . . After 12 bottles, and individual consumption must b .System thereby destroying the hold to six poandl a mciuh if we a. I am strong and well." foundation of the disease, giving to win the war." the patient strength by building Potato Week" has been high'y su' TAKE everywhere pus cessful. tion and assisting up the con.'-tited the sale of potatoes and it is b nature iti doing its work. The lieved potatoes were found on the di .: g table at every meal i:i a maj )r' 12th proprietors have so much faith of homes. Mr. John W. Burns, of tL in the curative powers of Hall's Food Administration office in Lou; Catarrh Med ieiue that they offer ville, who has had years of experienc In the milling business, estimates tha One Hundred Dollars for any the people of Kentucky have save case that it faila to cure. Send 10.000 barrels of flour by eating poti. for list of testimonials. toes during "Potato Week." The Woman's Tonic Address F. J. Cheney & Co , No Seizure Needed Here. Toledo, Ohio The announcement comes Do you feel weak, dizthat the appeal to fan. Sold by all Druggist, 75c. r 2-- How descendants of the of Washington and Paul 00 Painter, Mrs Geo, 65 acres Precinct No. 12. Jones are fiintiiig once again Tax ft cost snie hy side with the tfl Lay, Frank, 15 acres 0 2 66 of the compatriots of Lafaye.te ... 1 1 de-cend- QUESTIONNAIRE aalaaaaaaaaBaaaBeWl n wmmmmm M jg afaan iM m eaeBBBBBBBBBBBBruBeeHmaBBaBBBBBaBBmjHaBMriBBBBBBV CITIZENS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: ow t-- - ! mmZMm Helps Sick Women (en SPECIAL TT Merc-hant- s OPERA a WAY BOONEHOUSE The Value oi Life 5 Reels FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL ers of the whole United States to L patriotic and bring all their wheat t market has met with an unsatisfac tory response in some sections of th. Hanna's Green Seal "The Made to Wear Paint Sold By country that has been rather distres. ing. If the Washington announcemen had been put in plainer words, i would read: "Some American farm ers are not patriotic. They think more of getting a little extra money fo their wheat than they do of the Amer ican and associate soldiers who need bread so badly." But Washington has sent out anoth it announcement. It is that unless tb.6 farmers market their wheat by May 1 the covernment may seize farmers can not under stand why such drastic action should be necessary. Kentucky farmers, realize that a farmer who holds on to his wheat when the army needs it, trying to extort more money in payment therefor, is Just as heartless as tht man who refuses to give a soldier a ixink of water J.B. NOE SRAMVlbbE OWENS Br WOLi' I Is your 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. worn-ou- t? zy, 5,000 feet of Film and WS.S. 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One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other Statvs. Dr. E. W. Hall. 8926 Olive Street bt. Louis. Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad. . Oiuiart". C'Tf FU?GSI$ FOR aC a SMITH AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable k llll. T itmm d t COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets & Robes Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see Barbourville, SIDNEY S. O'DELL, District Deputy, Dixie Camp, No. 12444 Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. H. FISH, Clerk Ky. BIex Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Promptly Will fill engagements at any time on short notice Phone 30 Brodhead Exchange Filled DR. MOORE, The Optician Cox Buildimr, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Children Or? fLmacrs 5ASTO mi CASTORIA Children Cry for fletches