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Mount Vernon signal: April 12, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918041202_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. '"IT ?fr fc ; l PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY III fcttiU MT. VERNON, 1 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYj, FRIDAY, APRIL 12 1918 SM ixz.'zxnzDd.jycz. ii ESTABLISHFD J887 NUMBER 29 Springtime is blossom time. If you are going to " blossom-out- " too. its none too soon to be getting ready. Our store is the place where they find the brightest and newest in the clothing and furnishing lines. F mi SUTTJN HcBEE Cloth ng and Furnishings ML Vein an, Ky. frmifflr THE CLOTHORAFT STORK IN THIS TOWN to thq ofiico at Ravenna, Mr. rrcsion seotnou pieaseu to visii old Livingston again, and meet her good people. As a rulo when onco ono has had tho pleasure to live in Livingston and moves away it is always a pleasure to return Saui Stallsworth has moved his family to East Hornstadt and will farm this season. For several year ho has been railroading. W. A. Todd, of Level Green, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. H. Owens, a few days last week. Ke Is sevonty-tw- o years old and made tho trip afoot in one day, by the Way of Mt. Vernon. L.H Davis is building a brick house. One part of it will be ocupied by the First Slate Bank, and other rooms for offices. Tho structure will boa credit to Livingston. J.B. Havso has moved into his property over the river that ho purchased of L. of H D.ivis. H.L Nicely tfl Hansel a house und lot on Main street; prico paid $800 , and El Uauscl (bought a hntiso and lot of J.B.Donelly, prico not known. Mrs. Thomas Farley, who has been sick for some time, remains Kev. blasters about the sime. 1 flfaiJ LET'S WIN ONE FOR 2XE J2XZ LIKE STARTING JUSTBANK ACCOUNT! TVTTVrg ZXE iT 4 YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT I I MOUNT VERNON J People deal with us for the People are saving money same reason every day by dealing with me and watching to save money. tho Christian Church, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. D.B. Rambo, who has been sick, is much bettor. G.W. Murphy is putting up KY. L.M.Wcstorlield, dispatcher at a now house near town and will Paris, Ky.. was down Monday. move there in the near future. TU1 rris Coltongim has a position This was his first trip for quite a Dr. R.G. Webb was called to East at Corbin as clerk in a When, the dispatcher's while. Bernstudt, Monday, to see a Mrs. J. H. Wallon aud ofiico wus hero Mr. Westoi field patient. Rev. Young, of Mt. VerMrs J.(J.McGuiro visited relatives was a citizen of our town. Ho at non, was here Sunday night and C SS lessons eachMt. Vernon two nights at Wildie this week Mrs. G S. seemed well pleased to meet the gave an week; these first aid out of interesting talk at tne Griffin was called to Mt. Vernon boys that are still holding the The activity in sewing will not lessons will help many drafted, We are having genuine March Died: April Christian church. vreather now. latter part of last week on ac fort here, Mrs. Mollie stay but likely be checked to some men to get work in hospital corps W. M. Preston, who 7th. Mrs. Fannio Bonds, wife of count of tho illness of her little once was a citiwn of our little Hatcher is visitipg her son, J. N. extent next two weeks on account instead of in the trenches, as tho Louis Bond, near Mnllins Station. of house cleaning time. granddaughter, Kdna Griffin. Hatcher, at Corbin, this week. When Besides a husband she leaves seven town, spent a few days. army wants men who has special s Mr. und Mrs W. M. Preston and the dispatcher's R. L. Brown, of Somerset, spent trans children, and an.Qlevan-montl- i training for- this work. . Dr. Owens i. old t 3V.. ' WV Basrerwltb"irisfflbTilier"here?- - ' forTeBriX,irv7-'Teirt-Irmight" bthvell noTefcrrdnho would 00 glacr Liherty'o'n'ds! chnrciass'o baby. She was the daughter of homo after a few days' Mr. Preston's lot to go with it, Miss Ola DeBord has entered women of this county that wp have young men, and he is a fine inreturned GERMANY FURNISHES THE (Continued on 2nd page.) ce visit with Dr. and Mrs RG Wecb. but later he has been transferred school at Thomp demand for many buttons, as structor along the needed lines in PROOF. son has returned from a six- - there is a shortage of buttons on First Aid work. Every development since our month stay in the "Hoosior" the market There are inanv entry into the war has justified state. Miss Hazel Price is visit gross of buttons, such as wo need, A card index of all selective and proved the wisdom, tho im ing at Withers this week. W. E. on discarded clothes that will be is in draft men now in soi-iperative necessity of America's Thomas and family have moved to burned up or piled in closets.dur-in- g tho hands of tho Red Cross and participation. Every German bis farm near Bee Lick. Arthur house cleaning time, if you Home Relief work will be started success and every German fail Cummins will run his farm here. will cut these all off and bring or in earnest. uro nave snown now necessary Mr. and Mrs. James Vanhook mail to Red Cross at Brodhead, to our own welfare and peace, have returned from Barbourville Livingston, or Mt. Vernon, they YOUR FIFTY DOLLAR how necessary to the safety and and will farm this year. Two will bo matched up and help win LIBERTY BOND. peace ot tho world the defeat of small children of John Lovens the war. It will protect 1,000 soldiers Germany is. Every foot of were buried at Mt. Pleasant withfrom smallpox and 666 from ty. ground Germany has been forced in a week; they had whooping Dr. Walker Owens is doing phoid. It will assuro tho safety to give up, every foot of land she cough and measles. Wm. H. extensive work with his First Aid of 139 wounded soldiers from has seized, have demonstrated Brown who has been laid up most Class of about twenty women. the absolute necessity of defeat- all winter with a sprained hand This is line work ana will have lockjaw, tho germ of which 1. ing that sinister, intolerable and la grippe is able to be out lasting influence in the couutv: swurm in Belgian so It will render painless 400 opthing called Germanism. again. Mrs. O. J Mullins and it will help to got a clear un erations, supply 2 miles of bandTHIRD LIBERTY LOAN children spent from Thursday un derstanding of how to treat ages enough to bandage 555 til Saturday with hor parents at emergency sickness and acci wounds. BUTTON. Ocala. Miss Georgia Gentry, who dents ; gets the people to The button which will be given It will care for 160 injuries in is attending school at Michmord, handle patients right until a phy- tho way of "first-aito every subscriber to a Liberty packets." H Loan Bond of tho third issue, and her sister, Rose, of Langdon sician can reach them, and teachNEAL'S PAYMASTER is tho answer to tho Government's It will furnish adhesive plastor heavy producing, whether a 50 bond or a $to,ooo Dormitory, wore withtheir grand ing of this class will save lives and surgical gauze enough to request to grow more com. It is ono, will havo a border of bril mother, Mrs. J. N. Brown, Satur and much suffering. benefit thousands of wounded This year's crop depends upon the seed you liant red, and a blue field with a day, Mrs. A. F. Lawrence spent soldiers. plant. Don't take chances with untested or low testing, unknown liberty boll, and the words Sunday with her sister, Mrs Arch It would ho well for tho men in Every purchaser of a Liberty varieties, Be advised by fanners who say that they would have nd Mrs. draft ago, that will likely bo called Loan Bond perforins a distinct aero had they planted Neal's Third Liberty Loan" in ,hite. Povnter, at averaged twelve bushels more per Sixteen million of these but- Virgil Eldridge, of Plato, havo soon, to avail themselves of this individual sorvice to his country Paymaster. On a forty acre field that means $1,000 moro profit tons are now ready for delivery moved into a tenant house on Giles opportunity to tulle First Aid work. and to our Loys lighting iu for you. and will bo given out when the Shell's farm.- -- Miss Essie Brown These men will have a chance to France. SOME MORE OF MY CUSHERE IS NEAL'S spent from Saturday until Mon- Uho dressings when they will he subscriptions are made. TOMERS: 1917 RECORD: day with her sister, Mrs. Ethel very effective, und if they would AN AMERICAN PEACE. Lincoln Burnett, of think right about It, they would Hatcher. FCR FLETCHER'S Middle Tenuesseo Experiment for Highest 1917 There can bo no peace with Whitley county, visited his cousin bo glad jo form a class nnd get Station, after tost showing 100 Mnury, my home county honor or safety to ourselves or Mrs. H. P. Broyles, the latter part per cent germination, bought to posterity, except 0 just peace, of last week. Miss Luclnda BurMade by 1224 bushels. 30 bushels of and there can and will not be ton died at the home of her ZXE ' Mr. Will Calvert. no other peace. Work for peace brother of tuberculosis last week Hundred's of farmers, besides On a number of other farms, accomplishes nothing but the and was buried at Friendship. those in K e n t u c k y, in the hampering of our effort, tho de- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown jand tho average was upwards of twenty-livgreat corn growing lay of the real peace, and a childron wore down from Crab bushols. 100 states, greater toll of deatli of Ameri- Orchard, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Hill M c K l b b o n, on a ca's lighting men. Our duty Mrs. Maud Brown accompanied Neal's Paymastor is tho standis to war for a iust ana right- them homo for a two.weeks' stay. large field, averaged 90 bushels. ard two ear corn. White grain, Tho oil and gas machinery is eous peace; to work or speak for The Seed Corn I am offering nmall red cob, medium stalk, now located on tho furm of Harany other poaco is aid and comJust received a Now Supply of the newest anil rison Kirby and havo been run matures in 100 to 110 days, you is all from tho Calvert and fort to Germany Injury and ning day and night. duntiest fabrics in Dress Goods style without Uniformly makes largo yield. McKibbon farms. disloyalty to our boys in France. gaudy display. harmonious colors, 1.000 bushols of I havo only WHAT YOUR LIBERTY SILK POTLIN and TAFFKTTA, 36 inches Seed Corn incomparable, this BOND WILL ACwide from $1.00 to $1.90 h yard. Printed Voilo left that I can sell to Kentucky Farmers. For Infants and Children COMPLISH. iu a number of Floral and Conventional designs, Years $18,000 invested in Liberty In Use For Over 25 cents a yard. Bonds will equip an infantry Alwaya beara the bicut Wo havo something up "our sleeve" for yon Signature of battalion with rifles. $50,000 will construct qbaso not a secret but ire will not tell tho world just With Order. Sacks Free. Cash hospital with Boo beds, or equip for yet. Wo are F. 0. B. Columbia, Tenn. an infantiy brigado with pistols. Ail-Leath- er Freight is too Slow. Tboso having Seed Corn for salo We Advise Ordoring by Express $100,000 will buy Ave combat may advertise under this head airplanes, or pistols, rifles, and at 6 cents per line each Issue. half a million rounds of ammuniSBED CORN FOR SALE-La- rgo tion for an infantry regiment. quantity, $4.00 per bushel : test W. B. Saylok, Crab 95 per cent Reference : The Three Banks of Columbia Orchard.Ky., R.No.j.P.O.Box 53. r'UR FLETCHER'S ' tf Home, Brindlo Ridgo, ii m Irom Watt' at Hickory Grove. it I LIVINGSTON rest-nuran- t. offico-.wa- o EVERY AM2RICAN'T DUTY. To work, economize,' land lend money to the Government is the duty of every American! Hundreds of thousands of our men hav-- been called to arms und taken away from flhe pro ductive forces of the country. Hundreds of thousands of others have boon diverted from producing things used'j'in paace to producing things used in war. factrof- "tiristesReTredl productive force and production a great aud unusual drain upon our resources is made, by our Army and Navy and our allies Work and speed-uproduction to make up for tho lessened pro duction; economize in consump tion to lessen as much 'as possible tho drain upon our resources; lend your money to your Govern ment to prosecute this war suc cessfully and make our soldiers powerful, effective and victorious. Every American canflp an in- dividual servco.ttf Wcountry hy .working., 8aviD:i yine o Itt-Mi- tv 2X1 my prices. i sryyyj i O PER LARD P 2XIZXS 25c UND 3X2 zxx ,fK G- -- THE BLUE FRONT STORE Just Opposite Ihe Court House MT, VERNON. p LEVELGREEN RED RO - v '.' r AJUJ- . to-t- ea A jag ' mm r Berea.-Mauri- More Than 400 Farmers In Kentucky Alone Are Planting My ce SEED CORN Neal's Paymaster Germination Guaranteed 95 percent or Better sure-cropping, d early-maturin- Elrod.-Mr.o- - PAY-MASTER'- rocord Children Ory CASTORIA Neal's Pay-maste- r, 2xxxxzz2X3::dg: sxz IN the FRONT RANK of FASHION'S e ADVANCE STYLES OF Dress Goods about tested CASTOR IA 30 .Price $6.00 per Bushel k SEED CORN head-quarter- s Shoes T: N FIGUERS,Jr., Columbia, Tenn. Children Ory JOH N ROBI NS BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY CASTORIA Ummm Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, April 12, whi-- li rwry citi.cn holt's nearest to seri'i' his count n vn-- I -- t majority the like our boys fiillt march d in tin1 selective draff Publishtd every Fiiday 6 out at'd stood by their e" : EDGAR S. A LB HI CUT. producing the largest crop evi r Mao p odueed in tile county grand charge to tin relief $1 r a UBSCKIPTION ONK VKAtt the A rm.v V M. 0 A., wliieb on has never been surpassed by a Advertising rates mane known division of the U S. A. eonsid application and wealth ! oiingpop:ilati credit his victory, cpo.-ia-l R Gentry and U O. Ua MHMBKK OF KENTUCKY l'HKSS ASSOCIATION kor, whoso skillfully and courageously managed the campaign but the privates- - tho women and men who clonal ul freely, should have their share of the credit for tins gallant work. The Red Cross, organized ii May illr". has held the line. Ne A LAYSKRMON. German ipropagt nthi has beat "Ho that gathorcili not witli them bad; at any point. Tlr us sciittorttli ubronri " supply of ammunition (cash) Im. Gurnmny 1ms ss.ooo.noo inlmbi been sufficient; tho women from tams of wliom all, or prucliculli all juris of iho county have anall, are ntiov tho ago of sx your., swered n.ll call every work day, actively assisting tverv possi and with loving and loyal hearts, blu way, which accounts for Ger- with determination in their eyes man war ufllcieney. have skillfully worked out a rec Our population is twico as great ord in knitting and sewing that us Germany's, but only a fraction any county of the State might be of our people aru really assisting proud of. As has happened in our war aims. All who do not many regiments in all wars, a pri assist us, assist our enemies by vate was promoted to a comman consuming supplies needed by der, whom' all respected and our forces and the allies. adored. In this instanco Mrs. J There is no middle ground. Fi-- has proven herself a comUuless you "gather with us," mander of ability and is obeytd This and respected by all. Anothea you "scatter abroad." brings up the direct question to important call will soon be made you, are you a friend or u foe of on ihe lied Cross. We in Rockliberty ? Do not imagine you castle expect to go qyerJLheJqp y if icxt time. This charm w.il). he have done all that is you stand up when the oJiuT conducted by J. W. lirown, who plays "America " "As ye would :s now selecting lus Captains that men should do to you, do and Lieutenants from all over the ye even so to them." county, and when this division Don't feed tramps and starve leaps from the trenches ill May, soldiers and our allies Corn we predict another victory for and corn meal are excellent food the Red Cross war fund, which but will not stand transportation will help win ti.e war as sure to Europe. Wheat and Hour will os a gun is iron. abroad and keep indefinitely The Third Liberty Loan cambadly needed. Our soldier paign is now on. W.L. Richards are, boys need lard for food, and to rtiid Miss Bess Sparks are comgrease their bodies, guns and manding and before that camshoes. They must have it! Save paign is over the people of and send it. Rockcastle will know that a ' a big WThere-ls coroetery "in grratchargo His been made, East Tennessee with beautiful and tint Rockcastle is still loyal monuments pointing umvard and American territory, helping with covered with laudations of the her money as well rs her men. dead. Close by, prone upon the ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT ground, there is u big cast iron COURT. slab, shaped like a coffin, and this iron slab recites that it cov. .1.11. Lambert, Ac, Plaintiff, era the remains of a "'patriot of vs : NOTICE. i7?6." "Praises on tombs are Defendants Words but idly spent." A man's John Owens, Ac, good name is his best monument All creditors of the estates of Build your own monument by do- Dan Owens and Lydia Osveus, deing your full duty in this war. ceased ire luroby notified to pre. So live that a century from now sent tli Jir claims against same, your descendants can proudly properly proven, before me on or properly claim that you were "a before April Ho, 1918 Begin-nin- g p'ltriotof 1918," and point with on slid date I will sit daily pride to what you did 111 this to receive and register such terrific struggle. claims and proof I will hold There is work real work for uiy sittings at tho law office of L. you to do work to the full measV. Bethurum, in Mt. Vernon.Ky. ure of your capacity, atid vou G. S Grifiin, can fiud this work if you want to Master Commissioner. find it. Fiud it and do it. Do ROCKCALTLF, CIRCUIT it now or further the cause of COURT. liberty by getting off of this earth Missouri Riunsuy, Admrx. of S.U. kamsoy, Dec'd, Plaintiff, vs: Defendant W.C.Kirby, AND : NOTICE The Bank of Mt. Vernon, I his lii'.ut lirst; and rrz Riw 7vAsL 1 7rt Vi ? raUKTfJ ln'i.. VS LI l i iyis ,, our p'"le, ''Xmmmmwl a U 1 11 1 A?.wCy'V' 7.A. v'$T&Yf Sii'liA ' S'Sv &W. r J:4 .SV. ' f?siMf y$t 1 1N 1 (Continued from 1st page.) I M. and Marguerite Morris and Mstr of Mrs VV. H Coltongirn. She had been sick since November, 1917, of that mead rNeaso, tuberculosis. She Was laid to rest at Union, Tucilay the oth, to IUViUt tll calt "f lier M'ls r "Tlu! carpenters are hre building an V I 1NU J title.- - The Red 11 Cro-- s people are 111 g.iting along splendid this , V&W'tfsk & Yiw$f$ tfefcl -r fi&Kfl 1 rnKine s,Kd-w,i,,wide and 100 wii1 b '6 fect fett lotg Aru't we Koingsome - J I K. Drnaunond , i .VJfi.TH J tttW trtUI &f$i CT'VW van" C1..H.1! -- Ail Baking Cares ) 1 jgj wj When CALUMET .9 com3 m, all baicjnj? ai:i.'I::i:z without fear of unfertainty. Cclumct mal.es J ou forget failure. fJ lcavo. You go ri;jlit V rluad arc! mix up brl:- i IngmatwUx fcr If cults I cakes trouus lane quicii fi li t" CT BA!CI?JG iti POWDER n- lilhe motc,frrlcf-uelti'Myiv- a u,n-- i 1. c l.i rmst perjett vreit ttcrtanit tw.au-- j It b 111" -.ajstbU- -- E? fact thttlt in tenJaile. The cesi seller pruv'3 inac 11 u i::a rest, f j? Atnaiwniccn-.ipc- e youiiTi incieu njr.e"justrsrnctl."l'i:yac.n- - .t cu fy sre not sail :cci taxc :t cacK ana i," LR set lour money back. Calumet contains nn'jr such InKre- - pi d'cr.ts S3 have bixn cpproed j4 cii'wially by the U. S. l'ood h r fr Livingston Bulletin editor, has treated his residence to a new coat of paint, and you btt it shines. A man in passing up Round Stone creek horseback a few days ago. was riding a wild horse and a cor tain bend in the road tho horse began to get frightened, tho rider thinking that he heard the oxhau t of a Kord ciu' coming, got down and took the animal by the bridal! and held him and awaited for the supposed machine, which ho knew would pass in a ftv seconds, but after waiting for nearly 0 half day he gave up all hopes of tho auto coining nud mounted and staited off, when to his surprise the bushes parted and our old friend Wm. Hicks walked out with a slab on his shoulderand that explained the mystory. Mart had his saw mill in thnt clump of bushes and had succeeded in getting a slab cut off and hu was doing the g nud great many seem In take an interest in the wor'.-- and we believe wo hate come to the point where all should get busy -S. C. Fianhli'i. L. & N. watch in spovtcr, was hero bel ween trains, Miss Mario Rarnbn Tuesday. Grillin visited Mrs. W. and Jalette few days latter part f L Gray ween at, Sinks. - The parties thai had small pox near town arc a well, no one else hiving taken it o it is to be hoped that small been permanently checked. Lee Mullins, who his a pos.tion in the coal fields south of here, was with home folks Sunday. W. M. iSingleton will go back to work at the Eight Gables restaurant, and H.H.Hellard will go back to clerk-in- '' B. II. for 1.1 K.Druuimond Griffin will go to Hnttiosbury, Miss, next week tOM-- Ins brother G. S. Grilfin, Jr., who is in Uncle Sam's service and one who wants to help put the Kaiaor, Ilinden-burand the Crown Prince oni Well, it seems we of business are getting winter on the install- The fruit may le mem plan considerably damaged. 11 1 1 HeadStoppeiUp? Can't Breathe? Trv theVick Vap - 0-Rub Treatment Applied In Salve Form Over Thrtwl and Chet Relieve! by Inhalalion and Abiorptlon. ium-ikc. lit-n- l 'triiimt xnimr treatment linirooil applied- inn of Viok'H " .nio over me throat nmi rlicM. riiwrcil with n warm rrlortics lliinml cloth. Tho hotly Mipom that are Inhnlnl with Mrryhrcath, opening the air mnugci, loosening tho Vaporlrf.itnionlnrvliclfor Inflamma- iilih'L'in. ntiil healliiir the raw kiitiiicm. llif a.nr I'nr ileep ehet enhln, first apply lint web tion of tin- - nlr Viek'n enrrv tlieniiMllcatloiMbncttotlH' inllnmnl tnueN to iipui the pore. taking out then thnt MirfrtciM wltliout iliotitrlilliK tin' ftonmrli, .ili'inheil thrnnh t,hi!ln, - lightlies nmi sorene. 2.V, f.Oe.or $1.00. ill 1". A ny Infernal tiH.llclni' ni n- pox-ha- s vicK'sm fSALVE '.V.V.W.W.V.V.V.V.V.V. ,V.W.W.W.V.WAWM TfeeSufes Place 5 t for Your Mey TK g is a promise to pay. It is the agreement or the United States to "pay to bearer a cer-tain sum. V. S. S. are also a promise to pay. mnpr mnnc.v of the United States : . J :. 3j ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 28-19- 18 War Savings Stamps Are as Good as Money and Pay You 4 Compounded Quarterly and the stamps are COURT. Call Term. March Prosent Hon Cam J aj Mullins h nece-siir- I Both the money Fallas and jg voting precinct guaranteed by the richest nation in the world. Carter, whn are attending school the boundary of 1 4 Rockaistle county designated QUALITY 5JW. MW atCorbin, wet o with home folks Suppose we were to lose the war? What jg Willie Siigletou and as l&ist Mt. Vernon, and bein Sunday. W HIGHEST good would money be? '.iTifiJk AWARDS he excluded from it JKMStfhi' .Miss Ellen Lingley were quietly numbered J : . .1 r !.. tim roliowliiir ucuiiuar.v anu .amu n..:.in..n !.i in iMi- ii'.iiuciilu iji JJii'i JL- " .j MMMTir" .Zluurriuii (JMHft ' V..II.III1 .till..!.. ... .. ..1. VII brides grandmother, Mrs. David mento of the past. And if we bought our ;. Owen9, April Cth. Mr Singleton precinct No. 2 in said county. freedom back, by indemnity, it would be at j; preis the son of Mr and Mrs. J. E. The territory excluded f 10111 ; to preand added a price so colossal as to wipe out our savings irt if T nnti.n linin liirt- T nttt Singleton, and the bride is the cinct No. U ii UlUiU 1IWI tor generations. No. 2 is as follows: and mortgage our earnings and accomplished cinct under the care of a noted nerve beautiful beginning at a point in center specialist. He daughter of Mrs. Lottie Laegiey. and stomach The safest place for all your money is in of of Main Street in Mt. Vernon, holds out no hope of recovery deceased, War Savings Stamps, because the money just south of Rockcastle Hotel for me unless I get out of the Mrs D,ivid Owens. They w saved and raised by War Savings Stamps stress of public life. This I make their future home in Liv-- ; thence with center of said street will win the war, and thus insure the preserhavo very reluctantly decided to ingston. May a long lite and hap east to a point just opposite the do 1 havo run successfully piness be theirs. .1. A. Oliver, Jccuat house door ot said town vation and solvency of our Government and fourteen races. I never quit ono travelingsalestuanof Winchester, thence through the center ot said the satety or our homes in my life. I would not quit was with our merchants Wednos- - court lioue hall and lot to a and families forever. this one, if a grave danger to day. J.LlReynolds has returned point in center of old Main Street, from a few davs visit with rela- thence west witn said street to a my life was not involved in and in discharging the tives near.uail, K.y. Mrs G V.point Jn JJ5lfeggs..p,reek. .public kV.V.V. duties of the office, in the event Caloway has returned from a few road or street; thence noth with UNITED STATES This Space Contributed by .GOVERNMENT The days visit with her relatives at same to tho beginning. of election. ' in said 2nd pre I desired very much to come Berea. Walter Rich of Hamilton, place of voting to the nth district to consult Ohio, is .spending a few days with cine.t shall be in west side ol the my many friends before taking his mother. Mrs V M Rich, of courthouse, Cam Mullins J. R. C. C. this step; but on account of my this place. The hail storm, a few physical condition, and realizing nights ago. played havoc with the Copy Att S. IV Bowman C R.C C KY., that there was but one thing to roofing of the houses hero, only a CfllilcLreil OrV do in the end, I have decided to few exceptions with more or less FOR FLETCHERS ! now withdraw from the race for damage as the hail was of an uu avaaaa l! T,:tt! Congress. truest and best I have the havo They friends on earth. gloriously vindicated mo against every aspeisipn that has been hurled at my good name. I want 10 thank them from the depths of my hrart for their friendship, their loyalty and thou support, I am, Mr. W. H. Edgar. 49 Coopor St, AtGratefully, You Georgia, Vci mtc wLefi yoa tut It. uV&Om JluiitJI.llCSi. himself. Miss Miss Mar-guerit- o Pan-i- e Judge presiding. It is ordortd by the court that 5 semis v. A jl '" 1 - . -- L - I Ib . sy ti 1 grand-daught- er I 11 I run-ning-i- t, - . m& i rtjfFiir The First State Bank OF LIVINGSTON, CASTOR1A :::::::::::::::; ::::! oaaa PERUNA Best All Around Medicine I Hope Ever Made lanta, PIONEER DRUG STORE HAVING PURCHASED of the Pioneer Calku Powers. Will WHOOPING COUGH. Cough Chamberlain's Remedy to keep the cough loose and expectoration easy. It is excellent. Give Publish This writes: for fifteen years with rheumatic symptoms. Poruna cured me and I tlilnlc it ia the best all around medicine ever made. I bopo you will publish this letter for tho benellt of otlnra who suffer." "1 Buffered DWIGHT M. BOWMAN, Prop. Itlilit.ltlSIltit A Of Letter Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. YSV rmmrm r COUNCIL OF NATIONAL One Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another "The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America" DEFENSE Drug Store from Chas. L. Davis, will continue the busines at the Salo os Third Liberty 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 S.so, they should bo very proud L-a- Plaiutiff. and aro not exmore ox pected cept clip tho coupons when interest comes due. The timo has been when a man who had money was looked up to and considered ilhe very best man in the commuu ty, but now the man who can help the nation in its present struggle will bo looked down on and it will take an opera glass to see the little fellow who has made thousands of dollars otf tho boys over there and their families and now shuts his eyes and stops Ids ears wben call is made. For thirty years after Ibis war i over the boys now in Khski 'II rule this country and the slacker in all walks of life will reap what lie has sown. One year ago the Rockcastle County Council of Defense was organized and every loyal Amer-ica- n in. .tho County was niado .t Member. No dues wore teiju icd; no obligation taken, except that of thomsehes to do anything and-wo- nt vs : Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. of Defendant S.B Ramsev, Dec'd, All creditors of tho estate of S B. Ramsey, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims ogainst same, properly proven, boforo me on or before Aoril 30, Beginning on said date I 1918. will sit daily to receive and regis ter such claims and proof. 1 will hold my sittings at the law office of L. W. Botliurum, in Mt. Ver non, Ky. G S Giiflln, Master Commissioner. THE HOME Sfffiffl NEW YORK Home Office: No. 56 Cedar Street same old stand. line of patents and drug sundries will always be i A complete ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, President RESOURCES INVESTED IN AMERICAN SECURITIES One Hundred and Twenty-Nint- found on hand. h Scmi-Annu- al Statement January, 1918 CASH ASSETS CASH CAPITAL LIABILITIES NDT SUUI'LUS OVER LIABILITIES You 'are cordially invited to J'Snn'Snni .- - ffi'JK 13,001,2508 Surplus as regards Policyholders, $19,001,250.58 FIRE AND ALLIED BRANCHES OP INSURANCE Fire, Lightning, Automobile, Explosion, Hail, Marine (Inland and OceaB), Parcel Post, Profits and Commissions, Registered Mail, Rents, Sprmkler Leakage, Tourists' Baggage, Use and Occupancy.Windstorrrj, Full War Cover come in and see us when in need of anything in our line. See us when you need Paint and Oil to do your Spring Powers Quits Race For Congress. Baltimore, Md., April 4th, 19I8. To my friends: Last year, I had to leavo for several months my congressional duties, to seek to restore my shattered health. This year, although I have taken every possible caro of myself, I liavo been forced to do the same tiling. I tirst wont to a sanitarium in Washington, whore u very serious operation was stiongly advised. Not desiring to under- - Painting. FARM PROPERTY AND CROP DAMAGE INSURANCE A SPECIALTY WESTERN FARM DEPARTMENT: Chicago, III; Lesch & Cornell, Managers STATES AGENTS IN CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED AND ITS POSSESSIONS AND IN CANADA Pioneer Drug Store MT VEUNON It :i( STRENGTH SIXTY-FIV- E REPUTATION SERVICE .t :t KENTUCKY : 1 1 .. . i: i s i : . 1 1 111 1 1 ; ,s :. . : . 11 :i ss t YEARS OF FAIR DEALING WITH POLICYHOLDERS LOSSES PAID SINCE ORGANIZATION OVER $187,000,000 PROMPT ADJUSTMENT AND PAYMENT OF LOSSES MiiMiiiillMg ii CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Children Ory FLETCHER'S FCR Mt. Vernon Signal' to Mt Vkunon Ky, April 12, A t0,d 9 a VBhb, "s?is,,int'B I toi8 79 wnnt ti)Oummlinl ana with HIONAI. up "No. 70" Tvrifi 79 tOUItVILLC t NfttHVH.lt R R.CO. TIMK TABLK. 22 tiortn 24 523 5.21pm 3m5 a m 21 nortn south South I as. n:U am 12:18 a m Landrum, Agent. Ky. Podollcc mail matter. Phone No. 8. ..ntereil at tlie Mt Vernon, ni ntcoiul-ciu- i L'EIlSOiN All Miss Clyde Wut.son visited her parents at Hrodhend Sunday. Joo Childress wits in town Sunday tic guest tit relatives and friends. Mr. slight Mattie- T. Ihu.sol suffered a .stroke 01 parulysis thin Z. morning. Ola Bilker has moved to Mrs Mullius' property on Gen- try Lane S. Albright has been the past week with an abcess in the car. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Traub, of bcranton, Penn., are with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Krettger. Miss Winnie Falin has an at tuck of irrinn and could not retarn to .sciujui Monuay. Mrs Cleo Brown was in Richmond .Monday to attend to son business matters connected wi h Mrf. 15 very bielc - U10 gardener. destroy He moro than 50 times his own At live o'clock last Friday In Insects every year. noon, at tho home of the a Gleason'nnd Miss1 brlde' th. ReV J. W.Mosteni, Mr. Connie nou"cod Miss Gertrude Bowling, Rickels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jas Rickels, woro mar- - and Mr- Grant Bakor- man and wifcMrs- BaUcr Js the only ried at Hamilton, Ohio, on April daughter of Eld. and Mrs. L.N Hamilton mill. Tl,Pv will mnk BowlinB. and a great favorite of their homo. iiie iiLiiiuv iln win na nr iiir inanv Only two of three varieties of frendB and t0 say lhat sr,e will spider found in the United States bemissod from our nurabor . just are poisonous Spiders aro very as light a way as wo could possi useful about tho garden, as thoy bly express it. Mr Baiter is a destroy thousands of harmful in- business man of Laurel county, sects and pests aud is a gentloracu in all the His father is a Photographs of mutilated Bel- word Implies. gian children, girls, committed large owner of real estate and is n by the horrible Germans, can be stock trader of considerable note seen at S C. Franklin's shop If To these young peoplo we join one can view these pictures and their many Iriends in wishing remain a "slacker," he is not tit them a happy and prosperous to bo a citizen of America. married life. Prof. J L.Pilkenton Misses Sydney and Virginia has accepted the position of Sup Crawford entertained at dinner erintendent af City Schools in Sunday. The guests present Corbin. and will move his family woro: Misses Huldah Shore- there in a few mouths, possibly man, the attractive guest of Miss not before August. Mr Pilkenton Christine McFerron, Tevis Bo has been principal of the Graded thurum,Christine Davis, I hristine and High School here for several years aud has done great work McFerron and Rutli for tho town and community, and Moid than 170 auto, nohiles have has many friends here who loams braved tho mud and weather over with much regret that Mr.Ptlken-tothe route from Cincinnati via and his estimable family is to Crab Orchard, over the Boone and leave u, and the saying that it Dixio Highways, thru Cumber-lau- never "rains but it pours" seems Gap, for points in Vnguiia, to bo coming our way just now, as Tennessee, North and .South Caro- Mr. Wm. Richie has accepted the lina during past thirty days principalship of the Corbin High Thi present cold weather will School and will go thero to begin make the fruit crop v"ery short. tho fall term along with Mr. Pil It now looks like blackberries will konton. During their short stay not produce this yeltr on account here Mr. una Mrs. Richie has made nftor-welght pro-Ann- R OD H EA 0 BIDS WANTED FOR 3UIIOOL - - - - HOUSES. Tho Board of Educnlion having failed to receive satisfactory bids for buildings, will meet on tbo last Saturday in April (27th), and ac copt bids to build a bouhe in Pino Hill District, No. 33, house to bo 30x48 feet, containing two rooms with small porch. District No. 10 (Scafloldcane). 24 miles north of Conway, Dis trictNo.59, near mouth of Skcggs Creek. These houses arc to be of same size and material as tho houses of 1917, except the roof is to be of the bungalow style, and the windows are to bo in one side and one end instead of being placed on both sides. Those wishing to bid on these houses can call In the offices of the county Saturday morning for full information. 1 You know our policy mw1 A l and our Merchandise 1 v both are dedicated to your Satisfaction You &cniGt fgadHfevagt-xysyg;4;ome"S- O J. O. SCOGGIN, Supervisor of Schools, Rockcastle Co., Ky. Miss McFerron gave an inform-a- l luncheon for Miss Shoreman plates were laid for the following guests: Misses Ruth Landrum, Virginia and Sydney Crawford, Huldah Shoreman and Christine McFerron. Messrs Richard Cox, Ramey Hyatt Crawford and Richards. W. J. Sparks Co. sold this week to Rev. H. T.Young 20 good feeders at 16 cents; to Owen Duvall, of Prcachersville, about 47 at 16 cts ; to J. C. Estes, of Berea, 58 shoats at i6j cents. The W. J. Sparks Co. sold theso to make room tor forty odd good brood ZSa 7" d as to buy in this Store. The duction. enters our Store will immediately become a customer. We want you to know us, to know a great deal about our new Spring goods and then perhaps we will become life friends. are as welcome to look Miiil'i:ggm'wtttt'li'L.LnL,U"8lAV.lAl,Jl,wffaftR'WJt.'a' ffl? PP1; This means winter weathor. more gardening, so when you plant remember if there is less fruit there must bo more vega tlib post OlTlCC. tables. S C KranUiin. L. & N. watch At a meeting of the Board of inspector, metis till local freight directors of tho Peoples Bank tJttius at depot for comparison of hold Monday, F.L. Thompson Jr., timepieces of trainmen. Cashier offered his his resignaMrs, K U Gentry received a tion etlective at once which was cablegram this morning from accepted. Floyd E. Miller who Mr. Gentry buying that he had has been assistant cashier for landed safely at Bordeaux, France. past three years was elected Col. Jim Maret left today for cashier. As et no one has Winchestei, where he resumes been selected for assistant cash work at State Road Inspector, ier.- . 1 during road construction season. A motorcade of tl irty Ford Miss Georgia Gentry, of Level en route from Cincinnati d Green, who is attending to Greenville, South Carolina, Normal School was homo passed thru Mt. Vernon twico yesfor fow days. Sho returned terday. On arriving at LivingsMonday. ton they were advised that the Sergt. Fred McPerron was ferryboat at Parkers Creek had home for ono day last week from broken loose and lloated away. Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. fie Tho cars wero dotoured via Ntish. expects to be in France within ville, 250 miles off the direct route the- next few weeks. o of the Highway. JUs. Williams, son of Mr. and Tho South American Papua Mrs. M. C. Williams who is now bean grows pods to the length of K.giinentul Supply Safgeaiit. at thirty live inches and weigh Camp Shelby, is here on n short eleven pounds each. There is a visit to Mt. Verr.on relatives. man down on tho creek, Louis Miller was on April 1st (name deleted), whom it is claimed made Battalion Sargennt Major. could worry ono of- these beans, Louis Mt. Vernon friends are pod nnd all, at ono meal, provided proud of his record and expect a couple or threo pounds of bacon to hear ot his going still higher or jowl, was cooked along thereMiss Huldah Shoreman of with. Ashland, Ky., at present a stuWo note in some ot our exdent of Richmond Kusiern Norchanges, complimentary notices mal School was an attractive of efficient aud accomodating post visitor or Miss Christino McFor masters. This is the right spirit. roil for the week end. Where a parson does his or her and W. N duty they surely Logan Bryant deserve kindly Thompson, son of George Thomp-so- mention. What wo started out to ot tht Quail section, have say was that Mt. Vernon patrons volunteered for special service us of Uncle Sam's mail facilities are automobile drivers and median as well, if not bolter served than ics and will leavo Sunday night any at other otticos in our old for Indianapolis, whoro thoy will Commonwealth, bar none. have a low weeks special trainJ. M. Cra'g shipped from ing. Oscar D. Bryant will have yesterday to his farm near charge of Bryant Bros., garago. Lancaster, a car load of hogs bought In Rockcastle. He got 38 LOCAL . shoats from Gus Staverson at 17 Noticb: We have all the hams cents, from Sayors and Ham 27, wo want at this time. feeders at 17 cents; 4 from J. Fish & Son. K J. Smith at 17 cents; 10 from "Who Is your Neighbor"? D. M. Cress at 17 cents, and Dome to the Boono Way Opera 13 1701b. feeders from Charley Sowdor at 17 cents, aud 7 which Houso tonight aud see. woighed 120 lbs. from J.A. Acton There are butterflies in tropical at 17 cents. regions of South America that Three miles out on the Copper measures 14 inches between tho Creek road from Mt. Vernon on a tips of the wings. furm of our merchant, J. Fish, is Miss Ruth Landrum enter a splendid six.acre tract of wheat, talued with a six o'clock dinner none better in the county. It nariv for Miss Shoreman Tho might bo called a volunteer crop, Misses Shoromau, guests woro McFerron, Sydney as no wheat was sown there during CluUtino Amy Prctor. the year I917, altho a crop from a and Crawford sowing of 1916 was reaped last Aftenvatds the guests, with year after tho wheat had reached Messrs Ridiard Cox, Robert an advanced stago of ripeness and Fish, John Albright and Raniey it is supposed that grains fell from Richards attended the penny being harvested by Miss Bonnie Niceley hoads whon given at tho Masonic Hall Thoy then There was a crop of buckwheat progressed to tho homo of Miss raised on this same tract after Christino McFerron where dellc-iou- s wheat was cut. Tho ground wis sandwiches, olives, pickles, was cake and hot chocolate were plowed before buckwheat sown. served. . ma-chin- Rich-nion- - Dixie-Boon- - n, Brod-hea- d . 165-1- so-ci- aro sorry to see them leave us; but opportunity knocks at every man's door and Mr. Richie and Mr. Pilkenton feel that a golden opportunity has been presented n to them worth going after. is just completing a new school building, and are sure doing things in an educational way, and with men like those we are sending them, we predict greater things than evercamo their way before Irs. J. JJ Albright was in Louisville last week shopping. Tho revival at tho Christian Church closed Friday evening, of last week, with twenty nine additions. Mr. and Mrs A.E Albright left Wednesday for Richmond, Va., to see a specialist for Mrs. Albright, and will likely be n way from homo several weeks before returning. Mrs. Albright's condition is greatly improved but they are naturally anxious to leave no stone unturned In search for a permanent cure. Their many friends here are aux ious that much success will attain their efforts. Mrs. J. H. Humble left Thursday for Newport News, Va., to spend a fow days with her husband, Lieutenant Humble.-Mr.a- nd Mrs W. H. Anderson accompanied Mrs. Daisy Hunt, and son, Lewis, to Richmond, Wednesday, to see Drs. Gibson, who is treating Lewis Hunt. The trip was made in Urban Cass' Ford. - M.B. Brock 6old E.L- Osborne a pair of mules this tveok for throe hundred dollars. The honor roll in Room No. 3. Brodhead Graded School, for this week follows: Mary and Elbert Belcher, Marguerotte Albright, Herman Oliver, Lucy Harris, Nel lie Ballard, Bertha Brummett, Worth Albright and Virginia Meredith. Eld. H.T. Young and Atty. J.W. Brown lectured In interest of tho Mon and Millions movement utthe Christian Church, Wednesday evoning.-Mi- ss Lucilo Pilkenton, daughter of Prof, and , Mrs. J. L.Pilkenton, and Roy son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sowder, wore married at Jollico this week, and returned home Wednesday evening. Theso are splendid young peoplo and have a host of friends here who join us in wishing them a happy and prosperous wedded life. Mrs. Logan McCall, of Stanford, was tho guest of Mrs. J. J.Albright during the week. Mrs. J. J. Painter and children woro up from Stan, ford this week and spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. L N W. T. Brooks sold a Vanhook. tract of land to Patric Harris this week for four hundred dollars. Mrs. Elizabeth Oliver sold asmall farm on Negro Creek to Mrs. Maud Atkinson this week for six hundred dollars. Mrs. Oliver and her son, Charley aud his family, will likely move to Casey in the near future. Cor-bid farm. ra3 Lull eu-t- L with their introLikewise it is not possible that everyone who Mrs. Matilda Cox, age 69 years and six months, died at her home here Tuesday night. For many years she had been practically an invalid, but for the past four year or since the death of Mr. Cox, sh; has been blind and otherwise almost helpless. Mrs. Cox was a native of Rockcastle and as expressed by Rev. Young in his short talk at the grave, the life of the deceased had been a beautiful christian life and tho splendid family which she raised fittingly portrays her- - life. Sho was laid to rest yesterday afternoon in Elmwood cemetery beside her husband who preceded her to the grave a little less than four years. Wade Graves ploughed up a wild sweet potato, on his Skeggs Creek farm last week, weighing ten. pounds and on the same day unearthed an Irish potato of eight pounds in weight. These curiosities were brought to Dr. Lovoll, the geologist, for inspection. The Doctor has them at his office and is wrestling to determine upon some sort of proper definition or explanation of the why and where fores of theso freaks produced by the vegetable kingdom. You are invited to visit us you will not be urged to buy SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS FISH'S SPECIAL $15. to The Place Where Style and Quality Meet per sotting. White Plymouth Rocks. The An Iowa girl whose sweetheart best winter layers. Eggs $1.50 was sentj to France with tho W. H. Miu.BR Phone 79. Mrs. Mary J. Stevens, aged 75 who died "at Athens, Ga , was brought here last week for burial at Plato. The remains were accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Dicio Moore, Miss Eva Roark, Sow-der- Chris Stevens, Fount Stevens and Amart Stevens, of Georgia; Miko Roark, John Moore and Will Moore, of Corbin. Mrs. Moore moved from here to Georgia thlrty-twyears slnco, when hor brother Walter Turn-lin- , family went south. Mr. Turn-liworked hero on railroad soc- tion and lived in a houso that was on the lot now occupiod by the Boono Way Opera House. o n American forces, heard from hlra two or three times after his arrival over there, then it was some time before she received another letter. When it camo tho soldier said in it that he was a prisoner in the hands of the Garmans but .was getting plenty to eat and had good slooping quarters and was receivA short ing kind treatment. time later tho girl received, by mail, tho soldiers wrist watch which she took to the jeweler for repairs. Tho jowoler found a note in tho watch, written on very thin paper and rolled into a small wad. It read as follows: "No truth in letter sent you. They havo cut olf ouo of my hands and nose. I will never see you again. Good-bye." Handy Kitchen Utensils that save time and labor aud do tho werk better, are quite a feature in our varied and complete stock of Hardware. We havo everything for kitchen uso in tho line of Tots, Pans, Kettles, Cutlery. Brushes, Knives, Meatchoppers, etc., and a good many little articles that we aro showing aro receutly introduced novelties that should be In your homo. XXZ&SSXX P. R. Smith, who was section foreman here some thirty odd years ago is living at Gainesville, Georgia. J DR. WALTER Tho last Congress mado appropriations amounting to $18,000,. 000,000. If silver dollars in this amount wero poured out into a p lo and eight men furnished with baskets wero put to picking up the nionoy at the rate of $100 per minute, working ton hours per day, It would require 100 years to gather up the coin. Better not give some of Mt. Vernon's citizen's such an opportunity. Some of them would overgo tho limit and drop dead long before tbo oxpiration of tho D.C.Edwards, first ten hours, from a brokon of London, may bo a candidate back, uttompting to carry big for Congress. loads. .y?r2 MT. V K K N O N, Dentist Ofiioo c. c: Mt. Vernon, Kv. cox Baker's Store KENTUCKY L'.O. Over Opoosite Court House It is rogretublo to noto that tho Fiscal Court has not as yet seen Its way clear to make arrango ments for tho employment of an Agricultural Agent or ;County Agent as designated by same, for the wholo county. Under prseont conditions only tho northern portion of tho county gots tho atten. tion of such an agout, and wo understand that it is at the ezpenso of th3 Government and aid from other sources than from our county. Mr. Spence," County Agent, of Be tea, who has been of An exchange gives an iucldont vast benefit to the northern portion of tho county, has often that illustrates tho impossibility "deadened over tho line" and vo- of telling where the troublo resultlunteered his services, whon bo ing from a mortgage will end. A bad the timo to spare, and has man mortgaged his farm to buy gono Into territory, wbero re- his wife a pair of earrings. The quested, and rendored very valu- wife took in washing to pay the able sorvices to tho farmers in ad- iuterest on the mortgage, aud tho dition to his innumerable duties first day lost ono of the diamonds in parts of Madison, Kstill and in the suds and tried to hang her 'sell In the barn, but the ropo Jackson conntles. His activities broke and sho fell on u $150 Jer. during tho past three years has sey cow, breaking Its back. causod an increase In the value of 11 farm product, multry and livo FOR FLETCHER'S stock muro than $50,000 hi North em Ilockcai'tlo. I Oil area' Off CA1XORIA mmaeamm gfBMxtaia SH I KENTUCKY WILLS Kill ITS HALK FOR TAXKS. !!!!!:!!!!!!! !!S!S?,5,, ! fttfaBaAAaAAAAAAAAAMAAaAAAaaAAaaaaAaaaaaAAAAaaAaAAAAAAAA t . .ma 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's t!:t 11 : 11 ! TO WIN THE WAR DI3PLAY PEOPLE THE RIGHT BPIRIT TO HELP DO td AT FRONT. tit: t : 1 11 t !:::: t -- t tttrtitftittttttiitittttitttttttttt t.t:: t will nn Monday, April 22, It beinc regular County Court tl i,y, at the front dour of tho Court House, in Mt.Vvrnon, Ky , offer for sale to tho highest bidder lie following tracts or pa rue's (if land, to satisfy the tix duu tun cmiwy and state for t!iu years 1916 ml 1017: 1'ivciiict No 1, 19111. Food will Win theHf . DON'T WASTE IT Be a a RAISE IT O . The Kind You Eave Always Bought, and which has been In aso for over thirty years, has borno the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. uiov no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ABE WILLIHG TO SAVE WHEAT Producer As Well as Consumer VEGETABLES ' L jCJ&jZ?? vVVy; Just-as-go- Food Administrator Delighted With Splendid Enthusiasm of i State To Give Up Men, Money and Food For Liberty's Cause. liiuc-Gra- 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 Uowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA !Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C3 V0&&&U In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind TH C C You Have Always Bought e NTAUH COMHAMV. NIWVOWK GtTV, i hthmuhii ir"Mr CI Who Is Most Benefitted . BY j The Money You Earn?g .. . - If you save it You Are Others Are If you spend it Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount xuKuxy win. 3 E The Bank of Mt. Vernon 5 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings m 55 ja Ti.,.... if v . Jjjl&NtMJJ mm?MAr- WfimmSmk y mwmsm .'K fciH7fi,lfs ilhflri ju IPtfisT'i'. 175 t ?? si v.:iriascr4 S?!"" ft U -- til retain i! ,,. n.imJIIII MiUlf iW J - J -- T Uf'A 7r C- " 7 && - rmiection homo, and fit withstand rain, sunshine, and dampness, cover it with a coat or fwo of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Hanna's Green Seal is also an expert factor in rejuvenating homes. It takes away dullness and shabbi-nesIt 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 it to s. Hanna's Green Seal "The Blade to Wear Paint" Sold By J.B.NOE GBAfWIblE OWENS COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets & Robes Louisville, Ky. Telling Mows against the Germans arc lielng Htrurk by llio Food Army of Kuntuck) tho army which Includes all tho farmers of tho country, nil tha city pcoplo who am raiding war gardens, ami all tho people In both city and country who sit down to thrco scjunru idl'.iU a day. All parts of tho statu aro represented In tho army ralited by the I'oud Administration and which, under the bunnar reading "Food Will Win tho War" Is conducting tho big Spring urfenslvc against waste at homo and hunger and want In tiio ranks of tho Allied soldiers and their dependents. Federal Food Administrator K. M. Sackett is pleased at tho work being done. Kmlurky Is a bard state to reach, but it can bo readied, and It has been reached. Mr. Huover's admonition, "Food Will Wlu tho War," Is heeded, ami President Wilson's injunction to "enlist In tho scrvlco of tho Food Administration" Is being followed unrcsercdly. Uvery county in tl.o state has a Food Any mill, any merAdministrator. chant, any farmer, any consumer troubled by a vexing technical regulation can get his troubles removed, or settled, by going to tho nearest county seat. And tho administrators without uxcoptlou report a willingness to co operate which Is met with everywhero. "If wheat is needed, wheat will us raised In my county, even though a financial loss Is entailed," is tho way ono administrator put It In convera t'.titl'Tt'L'bmly. "Then if it Is nuc.css.iry tho poop, who raise It will sell It all, so our soldiers and their associate In a rim can get it, and themselves zornbrcad all tho year." Someth'ng of that same spirit h been manifested both by producers ai consumers everywhero In Keatuclc; Mr. Sackett was not at all surprlf at tho composure with which the lati regulation was proi .;ated, for this very reason. The lute ,'egulatfon says no person must e. more than six pounds of wheat nonth, which Is one and one-l- i . ,ounds a week. , "At d that means sK pounds of 'clnda of wheat products, too." one m'nistrator explained. "It doe mean six pounds of bread, and tln-lot of maccaronl and cakes and crac irs, loo. It means six pounds of wlic. products per pusan per mouth." Soldiers and the.r famll.ci mil have bread. Wheat !s the only br i making product which nil be nt Ku.ojjo now. Corn would germlna aiirlng the long Journ . Auurli. ml Ail.ei! sol 1'ors ma. t have wh bread or ijult lighting; hence tho Fo iliiilnlstration his asked the pc.) cf Kentucky to limit themselves to b tounds of wreit Hour per month. Continue V.'licifcLj Days. Federal Food Administrator P. I sackett advlsss tho continuance .vheatlcss days. "Continued obscr .nice of whcatlcss days and meals w. aid In ktoplng consumption down Mr. Sackett said. "People aio oftert tho alternative of saving wheat I; doing without entirely on certain da) ind meals, or by u'lns 1ce.s at a lanes, but I would re omnuud bat. Snvlng wheat Is a military necesslt and Indtvldml consumption mu.st b bold to six pounds a inuiuh If wo a. to win tho war." "Potato Week" has been highly su ccssful. Merchants everywhero pus ed tho salo of potatoes and it Is b lleved potatoes were found on tho dl Irg table at every meal In a major! of homes. Mr. John W. Duma, of tl. Food Administration office In Lou's vllle, who has had yoars of exporlenc In tho milling business, estimates tha tho pcoplo of Kentucky havo save 10,000 barrels of Hour by eating pot! toes during "Potato Week." No Seizure Needed Here. comes fror The announcement Washington that tho appeal to faru era of the whole United States to L patriotic and bring all their wheat ti market has mot with an unsatisfactory response In some soctlons of tin country that has been rather distress lng. If tho Washington announcement bad been put in plainer words, t would read: "Some American farm era aro not patriotic. They think more of gottlng a little extra money foi their whi'at than they do of tho Amor lean and associate soldiers who need bread so badly." Dut Washington has sent out anoth r announcement. It Is that unlcst the farmers market their wheat bj May 1 the Government may solze it Kentucky fanners can not under stand why such drastic action should be necossary. Kentucky farmers, real lie 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 hoartless as th man who refuse to give a soldier tila't of water bo-ln- g Hrynnt, W M, '5 ncres, Coffey, Mary, 1 town lot Kitiiiscy, Mrs S II. town lot SlmlTcr, Mrs Mary, 10 acres Wnllcn. Mr Uniterm, town lot Precinct No. 7. 1 1 Tnx rout 1 12 0 UAISJ3 LIVIU STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN mid fii'il LTi tl) I 11 MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH p.", :) c wheat-savin- CARDU Do you feel weak, dizzy, worn-ou- t? 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. The descendants of thu compatriots of Washington and Paul Jones nri filitinf; once Ratlin side by sido with thu of the compatriots of Lafayeiu Cam Mui.uns. J;x SlicritT and Kocli iiiilieiu. Tln time and of Koi'lcastle (7o ojiporiuui y lino oouie for mi Are you in favor of the Allies being victorious in thU world .1011 t,t pay a yic.it debt of r,itt. DO YOU SLKKL' WI5U. '! war? Ans To bo at his bet a inim must tttde for service rendered in How much have you invested in Liberty Bonds '! 2 have sound, refreshing slcxp. great national need and America When wakeful and restless at is piiyiny France the debt she Ans night lie is in no condition for lot); has inved. How many War Saving Stamps have you purchased ? 3 vorlt or liusiness (Intitii; thu day In thu Revolutionary War for Wakefulness is ofton caused bv thu freedom of Ans America the ind'gestion and constipation, and How much have you donated to the Red Cross French fought on American soil 4 is (juicklv relieved by Chamber. Iain's Tablets. Try a dose of under thu command of an Amen-ca. Ans these tablets and see how much To day in thu war for the better you feel with a clear head freedom of Franco and for the 5 How much timo have you giveu to Red Cross work? and good digestion. Ans preservation of Liberty of Ameri6 How mucli.liave you subscribed to the Army Y. M. C. A. ca, and indeed to all the world, CO. WHITE & . JUISVILLE, RY. Americans fight on French soil Ans -- Sboral assortment under the supreme command of 7 How much oxtrn time havo you worked ou account of war nnJ full veluo paid a Frenchman. Thu honors arc conditions? Ans KJBJHMHAIHs even and the honors are great. Hld and 8 Have yon rigidly followed instructions as to meatless and No true American who knows Coat Sklna the history of his country and wheatless days? Ans loves the honor of his country 9 Have you been patriotic in speech and acts during this war but tin ills at tho thought of the period? Ans ... . American Army in France. The to Do you expect-tiuviuciblo American will turn make greater efforts in tho future to help ttie tide of war; they will bring your country this year than in 1917? Ans to France and her allies a victory Date for liberty such as Franco as (signed) skied us to win, and repay with interest a debt to liberty and to post office France long owing and honora bly acknowledged. The abovo Questionnaire should be filled out by every citizen. Cardui. the woman's It shows ou where you stana. If you don't want to mail or hand tonic, helped Mrs. WilS100 REWARE, Sioo it in to Council of Defense, fill it out, cut from the paper and put it liam Evcrsole, of Hazel The readers of this paper will in your Family Biblo. If you can leavo a war record that your Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: "I had a bo pleased to learn that there is grand children will be proud of, it would be worth while. general breaking-dow- n at least one dreaded disease that of my health. I was in science has been able to cure in bed for weeks, unable to all its stages and that is catarrh get up. had such a weakness and dizziness, Catarrh being greatly inlluenced . . . and the pains were by constitutional conditions revery severe. A friend quires constitutional treatment. to J me I had tried every-thHall's Catarrh Mcdisiue is taken else, why not internally and nets thru tho Blood I did, and Cardui? HE soon saw it was helping on the Mucou Surfaces of the me . . . After 12 bottles, System thereby destroying the I am strong and well." foundation of the disea.se, giving tho patient strength by building TAKE S up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors havo so much faith in the curative powers of Hall's Catarrh Medieine that they oiler Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. The Woman's Tonic Address F. J. Cheuoy & Co , I'lxlilinck, Mr Atla, I town lot,, f 1) oi l'niliusli, June, NR 1 town Int. 2S(l Sums, J W, NR, It town lots . Ha Wliltaker, Jniiicit, 4 acres ... ft 15 Precinct No. 8. Tnx&fo-- t Nmton, J M, 1751 acres f II 81 Rentier, RS, lid aeri'it I .SO Rcmicr, M F, 'J5 acres :ir.7 Sweeney, Nathan, 75 acres .. 5 47 At uold, Mrs Mrry, 50 acres., :ilo I) re, N J, 40 .teres - no Precinct No. 10. Tux & oust Mnliluy, James, 1S."i acres 7 ys Mink, Mrs M iv, :i0uc'res j 5S Ovc rlwy, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres. Io S.'l Painter, Mrs Geo, (!.t acrett .... 11 80 Prteinct No. PJ. Tax&eo-- t Lay, Frank, 15 acres SUM . Tnx&eosl PEOPLES BANK f Money in tho pocket burns, 4 Pat it in tho Peoples Hunk. ('pen up u cheeking account with un, f Your cancellud checks retiinied will show where your money has gone, iiud they will spur you on to suve for the better things of life. a. . SAVE A PA UT OK ALL you earn, ' WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS 9M -- 0 O .a 1 PEOPLES BANK a MT. VERNON, KV. :. 1 ; 1 : : a i::i.ti . :i t i Itataattatataaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'at 1 :::: :::.: ::: ::::::: 1 1 m t t t: 1776 1918. QUESTIONNAIRE COUNTY: rtta a a : a a ataaaa a 1 ; CITIZENS OF ROCKCASTLE 1 ! n. m MRS Mjmm MMlMw Helps Sick Women 1 ig ... SPECIAL BOON AT T OPERA E WAY HOU E FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL J2th Toledo, Ohio Sold by all Druggist, "The Value of Life" 5 Reels 75c. 5,000 feet of Film and WAR SAVINGS STAMPS JJJUEDBY THE, WS.S. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT u victoria Cross 5,000 feet of Film "Value of a Life"; 8 shown -b- FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. To promote a healthy action of 5 Reels This All Druggists I. the liver and corrocttho disorders caused by biliousness, Chamber Iain's Tablots aro excellent. Try tlim and see how quickly they give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. y- THE MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA and a national lecturer will no present ami lecture on thi subject. Come nnd see what tho Modern Woodmen of America aro doing for their sick members and you'll want to bo a Woodman. CAttTQMiA PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME Wonder curi 'T"nE i truuMt. .llJolve kl.lnrr nd I bUdder iwt il.cwre FOR FLElGHCftS R. L. SMITH AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable Will engagetiieutsat any time ou short notice fill Phone 3Q is of Greatest Importance, Rarbourvillo, SIDNEY S. O'DELL, District Deputy. Ky. W. H. FISH, Clerk Dixie Camp, No. 12444 Mt. Vernon, Ky. " I 46 i. Mail, Telegraph or Telo phone Orders Filled Promptly dUlHjtpi. Kt-uuna lauio liut ki, rtieuru-Imii- i mi.l nil lrm;ularltlvo(iliakiloeyi an.l Mulder In twlli luea tnil women. II not olJ by ounlrui.r lo n ut by lunil on re-r- it of II. Out) until Uittltt l montlu' Irrktmriit ml tritium fall tu it run SY11.I iur U'ttiui' iitfla tiviu lliit tu.l oilier V. Puu. Dr. K. bold JUlI, tttSOIIt - Street by UruKlu.-rAUbk LuuU, Mo, If your eyos a 10 bowing any defects now U tbo time to oce t.llj to DR. MOORE, Cox nulUlim,'! The Optician Mt. Vernon, h'.y Brodhead Exchange OMiaren tfrv mjmWtW& Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S