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Mount Vernon signal: April 19, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918041901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 19, 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 EVERY FRIDAY ffltfentim MT. VERNON, jitjpt! TX ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 19 1918 NUMBER :;o Springtime is blossom time. If you are go " ing to u blossom-ou- t 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. c F f r rx mm SUTTON I jS r- - Vr.'v IcBEE Closing and Furnishings ML Vernon, Ky. I J I THE CLOTH 'RAFT STORK ill IN - THIS TOWN earnest. Let's all get busy and plant lots of everything and try to raise all we can and put in every foot of ground in something. Let's make this one busy year for it is to be hoped that ere this year closes, that the Allies will beat Germany into submission and they will be glad to sue for peace. We hope that they will be so bad-Iheaten that, thev will never be 'able to make war upon any nation gain. After almost a year spent ind nothing done, fortune or good tuck has Mniled on old Livingston ind the pike is to come through ohe town. The photographs sDokeu of in the Signal last week jf the little Belgium children that lad been mutilated by the Germans has been in Livingston the last week and viewed by hun ireds of persons. While some vould pity tlie unfortunate pee ple of Belgium and some would fly mo a passion and speak words lot fit to utter in a Sunday School, we will say that the man that can look on that photograph ind not register a vow that he will do all he can to help crush Germany, his heart must be made of stone and he must be void of human nature. Buy bonus and help the boys whip the Kaiser. v LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG I Tvrwr-7vyT- s, i ssrr Q I 1 Pg 2XEI3ZZZ2 YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT UST LIKE STARTING J A BANK ACCOUNT! rs People deal with us for the People are saving money same reason. every day by dealing with me and watching to save money. IF YOU CAN BUY my prices. PER LARD i 1 i i 25c POUND W. F. BAKER THE BLUE FRONT STORE Just Opposite ihe Court House MT. VERNON. KY. PAYING BILLS. daughter. Miss Julett, LIVINGSTON1'" nd Mt. Vernon, Monday and in were Mrs C.H. Rice has re Mrs All Wolf, who has been Tuesday. turned from Stanford, after a few q lita sick fur some time, is slight-- , visit with Natives in that improved. 1'rban Chunning, Mrs- M,nnie Moore of city ho has recovered from a siege of turned home after a j.hoid fever, is able to be at hislB,Jrea has few da's visi with her parents, il -- R.v Jones filled his regu-- ! celey- .-i Ur appointment at the Baptist Mr- and Mrs W" G . - BdU and children are visiting relatives at Pittsburg, Tito Red Ctom Chapter, of Liv R Mink bas MM meet every Tuesday and this week f Mrs' J WVdneHdHv Mfteraaeaa, 1 qut?sick for u few days, but New j ben are added almost every is some rtter at this writing. -meeting and from the interest K D St'.lham will move to Win nken, we believe almost every Chester, Ky., and take charge of ;ie realizes what we are up against the sectifH' there, as be has been Mi intend t be equal to the oe-- tranferrtl to t,iat P :,lt We W vision buy a bond and bomb theldisllke to ?ive hi:n up i he Dicker-toschool is taking Kaiser- .- Claud Griffin, of the U. buckeye section, was in our town census in this district this week. Mrs. B B. Griffin has retun ed Monday. James Lamb, who has been in our town for the past year from Paris, aer a few days I sit uying junk and dealing in any- - with relativesn that city. Well, thin that the people had to sell, the fishing seaaun has opened and informs us that he will leave our Teddy Shrock is the champion nvn in a few days and take up fisher so far, as iie landed a nice hi? abode in Mt Vernon. -- Mrs. E. bunch of the fiutiy tribe. Mr. C. Here1, has returned from George E. Painter has return d Richmond after a few days' visit home alter several weeks visit L H. Davis has the foundation with relatives at Stanford ar.d of his new business house done Brodhead. James Griffin, of lit, and ready for the brick. Just Vernon, was here between trau.s watch us come to the front. K Monday. Judge Cam Mullins, of Moore, who lives on Rockcastle Mt. Vernon, was here between river, took his wife to London, trains, Saturday, en route to Co.. Thursday, to have an operation ington. He was with his son Mr. Moore returned who has a position at Covington performed Tuesday and reports his wife get-- t as yard clerk. It now begins to Mrs G.b. Grif- - look like summer as come in tig along nicely. There's nothing more pleasant than paying your bills, than when they're due; it sends thru your heart most enjoyable thrills, to know that there's nothing charged up against you. You're making the wheels of your village go round, you're giving the workers the best workers the best kind of aid. when you diy from your wallet the shilling and pound and pay up your bills in the palace of trade. You're filling the soul of the merchant with glee, you're bidding the banker to weep never more, you're hanging new wreathes on your family tree, when you pay-uyour bills at the store. That man is a hindrance and hurt to his town, a brake on the wheels neighborhood, his own of views the collector with who withering frown, who doesn't pay up when the paying is good. DO YOU SLEEP WELL.? To be at his best a man must refreshing sleep. have sound, BIDS end do not nmh. Saturday and Sunday Mn John ! j you are not A i IDLENESS. There is seventy five per cent, less idleness among the men and boys of this county today, than there was two years ago, but if a record was kept it would show that more than one hundred davs per year is wasted in idleness even at this busy season. This is more from habit than an intention to avoid work. Every day lost, by the farmer, at this season of the year is a loss from two to five dollars. This is no time for hunting excuses to go to town or for making Saturday a holiday. Fishing ought to be very unpopular this year. Every man should work with judgment and work every day. Idle acres is a handicap to any community, at any time, but especially it is true at a time when we are called upon to feed so great a portion of the world. If we consider that Germany is twenty nine thousand and seventy one square miles less ihan the state of Texas, and is the strength of the Tuten allies, we must realize that they have no idle men, land or money. Our farmers would be disgusted with any man who will remain idle one year, and yet, many in this county have acres of good producing land that they allow to remain idle for many years. Every plat of land in this county ought to produce something of value every year, and must do so if we develope our full strength. Our forests are valuable, our pasture lands a necessity, but land suitable for corn, wheat or oats left untilled is an idler, and if allowed to remain so depreciates instead of getting better and better and becomes a detriment to the owner and to the nation. The man who herds his money is not a business man. He is a coward not to invest his money where it too will work and earn something. He who lays up gold questions the stability of his government and doubts the honesty of his fellow man. He is a miser of the cheapest die and a slacker. The selfishness he shows places him in the class that cares for himself only, nothing for the country that gave him birth and protects him in his every legitimate LET S WIND HIM UP 1 i. When wakeful and restless at night he is in no condition for work or business during the day. Wakefulness is often caused by indigestion and constipation, and is quickly relieved by Chamberlain's Tablets. Try a dose of these tablets and see how much better you feel with a clear head and good digesiion. m xm mm .tt ' omdren Off FUTCKER'S FOR 1 ljMM J. .I.RYRNF?PteS Member of Optical Association. ASTORIA Loyal The Byrne American Citizen The Homes which have furnished boys to go to the front are wanting to know who is helping to care for those boys -- & HELP YOU - ?SK yiin c-of Optomitrists OPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted In TO ECONOMISE COMPARE PRICES Visit Our Store and Save Money EIGHTEEN YEARS Twelve Years EXPERIENCE Central Kentucky th; Kentucky Association and American APRIL 29 to MAY 4, all week vi-ar- ROCKCASTLE HOTEL, WILL. BE AT LCltGSt wtVIGS Ifl mt. vernon i and ZolomtG Rims employ no agents eleven years and that I always found him a straight, honorable gentleman, and his work giving universal ' lIGltGr This is to certify that I have known self as a gentleman, worthy of his Mr. J.J. Byrne for some three or four profession. J. W. HoSKiNS, Cashier, He has done optical work for The Peoples Bank myself and wife during that time of Ku8tonville( K . ) that was perfectly satisfactory. I Mar.31 1917. consider him a jrentleman and have . 3 pound 3" 3 3" 3 2 3 M can best Tomatoes Horniney Peaches 1 Sauer Kraut String Beans Peas Black berries 1 1 1 5C 1 0C 1 5C .. 0c 0c 5c 5c 5C satisfaction Dec.7,1917. 1 M . Pet Evaporated Milk 1 always found him so. I have always found him conscientious and honest To Whom It May Cencern : I have known Dr. J. J. Byrne for in his business. past 10 to 12 years, seeing him freYours, etc., his stay in Garrard J. Thos. Cherry, Merchant. quently during Orchard, Ky. county each year. Am glad to say Crab Apr. 27, 1917. that he has always conducted himself as a gentleman in every respect. I have had occasion to purchass To Whom It May Concern : from him some 1 years Mr. J. J. ago, and was entirely satisfactory. This is to certify that Byrne has been making our town Respectfully, once or twice a year, for the past W. F. Champ, Cashier, been firing the eleven years, and has City National Bank, dur- Apr.27, 1917. needed glasses tfmy wife's eyes Lancaster, Ky. ing that time He has also fitted my glasses for the past five years, both : of which have given entire satisfac- To Whom It May Concrn This is to certify that I have known tion During tbisextended acquaintance with him be has conducted him Dr. J. J. Byrne for the past ten or eye-glass- J. J. Wkatherford, Sheriff Lincoln County. me LARD Good Coffee Dried Beans Butter Beans 25C 1 pleasure to state that It gives J.J. Byrne, optician, resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, for seTeral years has furnished me with glasses, which have given me great satisfaction and enabled me to carry on my work with more easethan previously. He is thorough in his tests and examinations, and is giving thorough satHe is thoroughly conisfaction. scientious, and will only prescribe glasses when an examination and test demonstrate the need of glasses. as I testify as to myself. I commend bim most freely and Dr. Wm. HERNDON, Lawyer, fully, Lancaster, Ky. Apr.9,1917. BY BUYING enjoyment Liberty Bonds FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. To promote a healthy action of the liver and correct the disorders caused by biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Try These are only a few of the items we sell for less money. them and see how quickly they prices before buying. you a relish for your food give and banish that dull and stupid feeling. Pettijohn's Breakfast Food Puffed Wheat. Post Toasties (Com Flakes) Washington Crisps 5c " 10c 1 6c 20c package. " 15c " 1 2C 1 0c a pound. ' Get our j JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD, . v : - .. feJMMi lifffisiiiiinV'?' ; lv. - - Mt. Vernon Signal Friday, April 19, 1918 I want to make an e.rne:-- ! appeal to the fathers and moli-er- s of Rockcastle county to .et in touch with an enrolling officer and give their bovs achui.iv to win honors We are righting the Germ in Government and we wai.t the boys to tight with the hoe and the plow. We must win but can't do it without the boys on the farm, the Y.M.C.A aud the Red Cross. The names of the boys vhff enroll will be recorded in Wash irjgton and it is a pleasure 10 know that many thousand hoys have already enrolled. It is safe to say that when the cam paign is over that the Boys' Working Reserve will have a larger membership than number of soldiers in the National Armv. i am quite sure that this ap peal to 'he patriotism of the hoys of our county will have its effect and that Rockrast take her place among the leading counties of the state in the enrollment. I shall be glad to hear from! any boy who desires informa tion. He Carries Both. Won't You Do Half As Much? 4 THIRD LIBERTY LOAN i THIRD LIBERTY LOAN THIRD LIBERTY LOAN 4, PuJfliihid every Fiiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.O Advertising rates maue known on application MEMBER OF you have a feeling you are trvingto foIf rget KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION or have whole duty IS something, your not done NOT CLEAR YOUR CONSCIENCE The Germans are pressing our allies bard. One hundred thousoldiers sand of our American are now and have been for days in reserve to be thrown in to aid in checking the rush of the Huns This brings the world s war home to the people of every sec tion of this country. Boys from the North, South, East and West, yes; boys from Rockcastle county may now be charging through that hell of poisonous gas, thru a hail or shot and shell, begrimmed by the smoke of the raging bat tie. They have lost tbeir personality and are a part of the war machine, and it is time that every person in the United States should feel li.s obligations to our army more strongly than any All can personal obligations help and if we win all MUST help. We are no longer free to act as we have in the past. We are now a part of that gigantic war machine that necessity has forced upon us, and we believe the great God of the universe is directing our course. We must lose our personal interest in this great struggle for freedom which is costing our nation billions of dollars, the time of practically the whole people and the life blood of many of our noblest and best men. We must help them W e all have a part to perforin snd we all can perform it. Every man. woman and child can buy Liberty Bonds or contribute to the Red Cress. We must do this if we win this war and make again the world a lit place in which to live. THE BOYS' WORKING A Third Liberty Loan WILL CURE YOU Co-irtesy BOND TO-DAY Trusting to hear from all en rolling officer-- : and to be able to make a splendid report from the county, I am, Very respectfully, J. L Pilkenton. Direc ter Bovs' Working Reserve for Rockcastle Countv. Brooklyn Eagle. ROCKCASTLE COURT. COUNTY 28-19- J, CMcCLARY BUY ONE THIRD LIBERTY LOAN Call Term. March Present Hon Cam 18 Mullins THIRD LIBERTY LOAN THIRD LIBERTY LOAN THE FORTUNES OF WAR. When the tirst German drive RESERVE. I am making an appeal to the boys of Rockcastle county who are between the ages of 16 and 21 to join the BOYS' WORKING RESERVE and win a beautiful Bronze Medal from the American Government. It has been reported through out the county that the boys will be taken away from home and probably compelled to to This into the army service. is not true. The bov statement can not tte placed in the army service nor can he be enrolled in the Boys' working Reserve without the consent of his par-eut- s. After enrollment the boys can remain at home and work on their father's farms and get the medal. If the boy has no employment at borne, with consent of hts parents he may be placed in a position suitable for him at good wages. However, the posi tion will not be with the U. S. Army. The purpose of the organization is to encourage boys to work on the farm and at such work as will be beneficial to the country. In other words to Keep the boys busy. Boys on the farm will do the work any way. Why not win a medal ? The medal will only be given to those who are enrolled and actually do the work. We are advising that all the boys work on the farm since agriculture must go if we win in the great straggle for a world wide democracy. I regard the Boys' Working Reserve as second to no other organizations in the countyez cept the Y.M.C.A. and the Red Cross and I consider it a great honor to be enrolled, get the instructions from the Govern, ment, learn to make rejortt of the work in a business way and to receive a medal for services. Forty boys have been enrolled already and we are expecting many more. Twelve of these boys have come from Mt. Vernon high school and quite a number from Brodhead and came crashing through Cambrai on March 21 last, one of the first results was to unmake one great military reputation, and to bring another, and comparatively obscure man, into fame. General Gough was the officer in command of the British line in this sector. Exactly what was his error has not been made public but it has been announced that he was removed and sent home. The theory of the correspondents at the front seems to be that General Gough mis judged the whole thing and decided that, what was in reality the greatest rush of the war, was only a feint. At any rate, his troops were not disposed so ?ts to get the best results, and he has been removed. The hero of this part of the battle was by common con. sent an English officer named Carey, who, when the lighting began, commanded only a brigade, or about 6,000 men. The Major General in charge at thic point was killed by the first lice. Several other officers wer- killed or lost sight of some-wher- e, and General Carey, without stopping to find out if the command was his by right of seniority, took charge hastily organized a reserve force of "engineers, laborers and signalers, and anybody else who could hold a rifle," and threw this force in the result being to hoid the German line long enough to enable the veteran regiments to be re iormet, and in this way a disas ter of the first magnitude was avoided The first act of General Haig after getting to tru scene was to confirm General Carey in his authority with the rank of Major General, and we are told that he has since been put in command of an army corps, and is looked upon as one of the rising men of the Britidi army. War plays havoc with some reputations, but there is nothing like it for giving the born leader an opportunity to show what is in him. - .Judge presiding. THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY DR. M. RENMNGTON It is ordered by the court that the boundary of voting precinct THE UNIFIED COMMAND i in Rockcastle county designated vvwvvwvwvvwwwwwvwvvvvwwwwwvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvV99e as Cast Mt. Vernon, and being Each day that passes in the TlIIIIII-- f III numbered 1 he excluded from it UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEP great battle in France serves to the following boundary and same KY. make it more plain that a serious T 'ie placed in West Mt. Vernon, mistake was made several months precinct No. 2 in said county. ago by the allies in rejecting the The territory excluded f 10111 pre French proposal for a unified cinct No. 1 and added to precommand. cinct No. 2 is as follows: ill Prime Minister Lloyd George beginning at a point in center )i Great Britain has himself told of Main Street in Mt. Vernon, us with considerable clearness M. just south of Rockcastle Hotel what has one before in this matthence with center. of said strevt ter The harm that was done S ..east to a point just opposite the seems to be almost entirely ccuat house door et said town to the professional thence through the center of said1! soldier of Lireat Britain. The court House hall and lot to a! illies knew then just as clearly point in center of old Miiu Street, now that this is they know thence west witn said street to a sreat German blow was to fall. point in Skeggs creek public The French urged that General of the Pioneer mad or street; thence north with 7och be made getter ilissimo: Trees are budding same to the beginning. The lie Americans inclined to the Drug Store fromChas. L. Davis, grass is sproutplace of voting in said 2nd pre-- ! ame view; the Briti-generals, cinct shall be in west side et the ing are backed by General Sir William will continue the busines at the court house. Robertson, the chiet of staff 1 singing. Spring is home, insisted that the British Cam Mullins J. R. C. C. same old stand. Copy Att. S. b Bowman C R.C.C army must remain a seperatp here. unit. comple:e line of patents and At lat a compromise was So are rigged up. All the held comFOR FLETCHER'S drug sundries will always be manders were made subordinate I to a Supreme War Couucil, which Flexible, ! comfortfound on hand. was to meet at Versailles, of able and which General Foch was to be C$DCC&X 33cC$DCC$DeC You are cordially invited to the presiding officer and upon Any color 3 ou desire. c which France, n Great Brittain come in and see us when in were to have equal representaATTOKNEY-A(Jet under a SWANN. LAW MT VEEXOX.KY tion. This was the best that was need of anything in our line. OFFICE. On 2rd. floor of? obtainable at that time, but, m Bank of Mt. Vernon, on when the German blow fell, the X Church St. Special atten-See us when you need insistence of President Wilson setion given collections. cured the unified command with PNONE 80 V jaf and Oil to do your Spring THE CASH STORE General Foch in charge. What should have been done last January was, therefore, not done until the last of March in the middle of a great battle. It is obvious that General Foch could not in the m.dst of a battle secure the same hold on the situation as would have been the MT VERNON KENTUCKY case had he had all the strategic reserves of all the allied armies at his disposal before the blow jnotiitinittitijigtiitiiit wvwvwwvvvwwa'v.swaBaot.ttwvtw lUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIrl ll STANFORD, PIONEER DRUG STORE DWIGHT BOWMAN, Prop. .... ...... .... - i HAVING PURCHASED h birds 1 Children Cry C ASTO R A o Swann Hats A wiiiian.B T $ smart. p Paint Painting. THE STARTING OF A Bank Account First State Bank Pioneer Drug Store ltltllillIftllii M 1 has been many men's first step toward success. It might be yours. Start an account to day with the fell. IF I WERE A FARMER. If I were a farmer I would keep at hand a few reliable medicines for minor ailments that are not so serious as to require the attention of a physician, such as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhea Remedy for bowel OF LIVING STON, KY, gained by cring over spilled uilk The mistake has been made and so far as possible it lias been rectified. If the allies an withstand tnis great attack there is every reason to hope for better results later under a unified command e Nevertheless there is little to r a r 8 harcwa R&T'rt" HARD Our increase in deposits and in number of customers is evidence that our service is satisfactory and of the confidence of our customers. complaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds and croup. Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains. Chamberlain's Tablets for stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation. By having these articles at hand it would often save the trouble of a trip to town in the busiest season or in the night, and would enable me to treat LET US SERVE YOU This bank will gladly take your subscription to the Third LIBERTY Loan for U. S. 41 IS ) the Lamp Oil th Daves Eyes 5m xt r" 8 0 ME Argument S 8 per cent Bonds which are the safest investment in the world home than clear, steady light, insure hts by jetting the oil that burns clear and dean without a flicker down to the last drop. PennsrlvaUa crude oU refined to perfection. Costs no more than the inferior tank waeon oils sarea M0N KY savts Your dealer has SOLITE OIL in barrels direct from oar works. WORK saves eyes. in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful mechanics always come here ter theirs. You don't have to be told the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND slight ailments as soon as they appear, and thereby avoid the more serions diseases that so often follow. FIRST STATE BANK L H.DAVIS, Chas. 0. Stoll President. C.C.MoPHEkSON, Cashier. Vice-Presiden- W H.COTTONGIM, t. Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. ' P.iflnery at Warren, Pa. c. 4 Mt. Vernon, c. cox SE. Wc sell the calebrated "Mo CarbK Auto Oil. Opoosite Court House s s I')WII !lWH.U iiiiiiwiiritwmi SSSmm , mnn ftftr rtTfliHru'lii "i S T . r. Mt. Vernon Signal Jul Vernon Ky, April " 19, 1918 rr H uo "No. 7 ZZZZT.J-Yl cnwith HK1NAI - 9kMM LOUISV'LLC NASHVILLE The Board of Education having failed to receive satisfactory bids fo buildings, will meet on the last ew suhs. n(1w hats, new shirts ' Saturday in April (27th), and acNOTICE TO FUEL .and e cry thing new at Fish's cept bids to build a houe in Pine CONSUMERS. Hill District, No. 33, house to be Just received another big lot of There is a move beir.g made to 30x48 feet, containing two rooms new millinery. Sutton ft McBke. ship some coal from all mines in with small porch. " the county this fall and those District No. 10 (Scaftoldcane). , . . ., Developing and printing neatly , ,, . Fish's do your develop- printing. and The best is the cheapest that's why it pays to trade st Fish's p "COUNCIL OF NATIONAL BIDS WANTED FOR SCHOOL HOUSES. DEFENSE R R CO. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 Dortn nortii south South Phone No. 8. 5.21 Pm 3:d5 a m m 12:13 a m a nM Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PocfcoEce mail mutter. at- - second-oat- - had trictNo.59, near mouth of Skeggs onJers. Wever us' better place your orders now Creelf. These houses are to be of Miss Uuth Landrum enter- - for enough coal to burn you till same size and material as the tained her Sunday School class April 1st, 1919, and have it put houses of 1917, except the roof is last evening. in during the summer. If you to be of the bungalow style, and the coal the windows are to be in one side Mew waists, skirts, coats, low don't attend to this shoes, sweaters, are arriving Administrator says you may not and one end instead of being daily at Sutton & McBke. get the coal and will not get placed on both sides. Those if you are short of nv to bid on these houses can call The money you save by buy- Fuel. in the offices of the county sup- ing Fish's Clothes will go a long M. Pennington, Chairman, erintendent on Saturday morning way toward buying a Liberty Fuel Committee R. C. for full information. ocal You wish-sympath- nJninl,l,-naoauu,.,, t ..,.. TLA.' T,.., 7 uuu ". uuunl uu iff Get all-wo- ol y it's economy Hams: I want all the hams Dock and Sam Chandler wert 'you have to sell. Will pay 25 down from BrotbaVl yesterday. cts per lb. Will Langford T.J. PENNINGTON. Mr. and Mr are moving t Lebanon Junction when you need Overalls come Aunt ' Tad.' Lee is very low to Oiirau headquarters and get and not expc cted to live but a tDe beSt. ) PERSONAL Bond. few das. . J. Fish ft Son. Misses Fan and Martha Sparks old child oi The three-mjnth- s home lrem Louisville for Mr. iand Mrs. Bradley Payne, wire at the ' e ii t'tui idled yesterday from the effects of Fish and Otis mease Is sad whooping cough Corporals Jesse Hale wre home Sunday trom Kemetnber we are head qua iters Camp Talor. for such things as Hart Schalfner fcejv tuid Mrs. H. T. Young & Maks &uits walk-Ove- r shoes, and Mrs Cleo Brown motored to, M()I arch suitSi Q' Bryan Overalls. Stanford yesterday. Stetson hats. Mjtton & McGee. here from Draft Adams is WHOOPING COUGH. Illinois, to join his wife Mai spend Cough Give Chamberlain's a few weeks with Mt. Vernon Remedy to keep the cough loose relatives. and expectoration easy. Mrs Chas. M. Mullins and It is excellent. Mrs K. L Favneof the Livings Lost: A fine black overcoat, ton section were in town yester Monday, April 15th, on road beday shopping. TunDr. and Mrs. I. C. Moore spent tween Buckeye and Canton Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jas nel. Leave it at Fish's store, Mrs. James Mt. Vernon, and receive reward Moore near Hiatt T. J. Ball. Moore is very sick. Mrs. Kate Cummins, wife of Corporal Bogue Parsons writes he is Mr. Will Cummins ard a sister of Taylor that Irein Camp liking the army life and all the J E and II F Craig, died at her - doing fine work. home in the Quail section, TuesMiss Amy Broctor is now day. Tledecased was 7 4 years The assistant cashier of the Peoples old and died of pneumonia hunk. A wise selection on the burial toflk place at Uie Lawnauce port of tiie minagement of that grave rd. splendid institution. If :i atives of soldiers from Far) Cox, who has a position Rockcast'i? county need any aswith W.J. Sparks Co.. at Lewis-burg- , sistance, in business or social was at home to attend the probleirs, relating to these soldfuneral of his grandmother, but iers, or ".heir families, the Civilian Relief Committee of the Red returned Monday. Cross will gladly take up those Mr. and Mrs. John Robins were Those having Seed Corn for sale up from Brodhead last evening matters may advertise under this head H. T. Young. Chairman at 5 cents per line each issue. Mrs. Robins, who has been in ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON poor health for some time came SEED CORN FOR SALE. Pennington. WAR. to see Dr. Diamond Joe's Big Early While ''We accepted this war far a 90 Day Corn. Tested 98 percent Vanhook, of Bumside, who J. B. many years ;go was a citizen of worthy object, and the war will germination $4 00 per bushel. Brodhead. and who has many end when that object is attained Arch Hayes, Brodhead. Kv. warm friends in the county, was Under God, I hops it will not end Aprigt Telephone in residence. A Lincoln. iiere for a few hours one day last until that time.' OIL NEWS. June 16, 1H64. Of course, tv; week. Barnes and Cromwell, of OklaHerbert Cox. who has a good meant the ''War of Sections homa, will begin a test well on the position with a munition factory but it applies with equal truth to Campbell Houk farm, near Maret-burg- , ia a Toledo, but was called home the U. S. and the Allied Cause as soon as their machinery last wek on account of the death 1918. If you cannot see to read arrives. The Sun Company are of his grandmother, has returned the War News, the Byrne Optical getting ready to start a companService will help you. At Rock-castl- e to his worK. Hotel, Mt. Vernon, Ky . ion well on the Hall farm, which Hardin Moore and Frank Baker These joins the Houk tract. April 29th to May 4th. were over from Climax during farmers are loci ted near the The following item contributed source of the Dix river. Four Mrs Moore the past week. has just returned from a two by Cashier C C. McPherson, cash- geologists have located this tern months stay in Florida and is en ier of the First State Bank, Liv tory as the most promising in ingston, which institution has al- Rockcastle county, since Barnes joying better health. f of Loan Bryant writes from In- ready sold more than one-hal-Liberty andCromwall have begun operafor the Third dianapolis that be likes fine and its quota tions, the Maretburg section has : become a most favored spot among that he is putting in fourteen Loan Livingston is going "over the oil men. who are seeking leases a day school work. There liour Barnes & are f0 others in the same de- top" and secure its quota of in that territory. ,25000 for the Third Liberty Cromwell and the Sun Company, partment and all of them are 2,000 o who bold t 11 the leases on the Loan. Approximately Kentuckians. has already been secured The land adjacent, will either know Mr. Tack Sperett.a Central Uni firm of Davis & Asher is on the that there is or is not any oil in versity student, has been filling Honor Roll Every member and the north-wes- t section before they Miss Falin's place in the High employee having subscribed to finish. Miss School for tut past week sufficiently recovered the Loan. Falin has ROCKCALTLK CIRCUIT Mr. John D. Miller and Miss from her severe attack of grip to COURT. Risse McFerron were married be back in school Monday Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Traub, in Jeffersonville, Ind., last week. of S.B.Ramsey, Dec'd, came of Scranton, Penn., who are vis- The news of this marriage Plaintiff, vs: his sister. Mrs. Annie Kreu-ge- r, as quite a surprise not only to iting Defendant. leave tomorrow for Otten-hein- the friends but even the immedi W.C.Kirby, susAND : NOTICE Lincoln county to spend a ate families, who did not were lovers. Miss The Bank of Mt. Vernon, few days with his fathei. Ru pect that they Plaintiff, dulph Traub, Sr., and brother, McFerron was in Louisville aud vs : has for some had been for the past several Jlenry. Mr. Traub years past been connected with an months taking a business course: Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. of Defendant. embroidery establishment, but in the Bryant & Stratton Bast-- 1 S.B.Ramsev, Dec'd, All creditors of the estate of S. owing to scarcity of fabric, the ness College and would have finished the course in a few B. Ramsey, deceased, are hereby heavy orders are booked, were daugh- notified to present their claims compelled to suspend business wetks. The bride is the Kueuger and is against same, properly proven, for a time Mr Traub, who is ter of Mrs. Fred young lady. before me on or before Aeril 30, a Swiss, but a naturalized citizen a very attractive on 1018. Beginning on said date I of the U. S., is very enthusiastic The groom is a conductor L. & N. and one of the most will sit daily to reCeive and regis-trustefor a speedy American decision the men in the employe of ter such tiaims an(j proof . A wlll in the war. company. They will make hold my sittings at the law office that their home in Lebanon Junction. of L w Bethurum, in Mt. Ver-Th- e LOCAL Signal joins with their many notl( gy G. S Giiffin, Get under a new Swann Hat. Mt. Vernon friends in extending Master Commissioner. congratulations. There is one for you at Fish's. well-know- n Rockcastle Co., Ky. The American Red Cross is a great factor in the world's war. Chas. Brown bought a yearling With one hand it is staunching mule from Boone Broyles for the flow of blood, binding up7C wounds and conveying our Geo. Bray sold Ben Levisay wounded to a place of safety, then year old horse mule for nursing them back to health with a two the other, caring for those ren- $USo. Bradley Sigman sold a mare to dered destitute by the war, keeping up the morale at home, seeing Tom Hubbard for $125 and buggy that no person shall sutler from to Jim Griffin Jr., for $75. loss of support, on account of J. H. Bullock of the Level members of their family being in Green sold a pair of two year the country's service, making old mare mules to Dave Brown, clothing and supplies for the sold of the Quail section for $800.00. ers over there. All this and many sold them next day for $350.00. more things it is doing with no Bullock also bought a yearling delay, no red tape, no large salar filly from James Davault for ies and 95 per cent of all the work $65 00. is done free of charge. Farms for Sale: Two farms Grafanolas, and all kinds of for sale at wonderful bargains. recordsf for sale at One, acres, has substantial Sutton & McBee's house 35 good barn. Other, 50 and All retail mdrchants of Rock- acres, has at least $5000.00 worth castle county must confine them- of timber after paying all exselves to a profit et not more than penses of cutting and marketing. one cent per pound on all sugar The land is all rich, sandy loam, sold for cash. extraordinarily productive. OwnH. T. YOUNG, er expects to go into the engiFood Administrator neering corps of the army, and Rockcastle Co. farm w7il) be sold at earliest posopto- sible date. iSeo or write H. C. J. J. Byrne, a metrist and optician, a member of Hubbell. 718 First National Bank the Kentucky Optical Asssocia- - Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. H. C HubBeTT tion, was in town Tuesday, ar ranging to make his first business BANK STATEMENT. dates to Mt. Vernon, April 29th to Report of the condition of the Peoples May 4th, at Rockcastle Hotel. Bank, doing business at the town of The doctor comes well recom Mt Vernon, County of Rockcastle, State mended throught Kentucky. See of Kentucky, at the close of business on ad in another column of this issue. 11th day of April. 1918: RED CROSS J. O. SCOGGIN, This spring there are going to be a great many clothes on the market that are made of inferior fabrics, because some merchants think more of keeping their goods down to a price than they do of keeping the goods up to a certain quality. The truth is that there is just one standard that is right for you and that means right for u its It's for you to pay a little more and get all wool than to pay less and get inferior clothes that loose their all-woo- Supervisor of Schools, l. shape and last only a season. Hart SchafTner fc Marx make the clothes we sell ; they're ored bj experts. Such clothes lasf, several seasons and always look well that's where your saving comes in. all-woo- l, tail-econo- Don't take a chance in your spring clothes; come here and Buy Some WAR SAVING be sure How Abent That i"n-si;. .31955 -: Stamps v leau ns LIBERTY BOND? THE CASH STORE HOPE WELL Mr. and Mrs. Rayme Shepherd spent Sunday with Mr. Shepheid's parents at Cove. Rev. Thomas Clifford preached a TeI.y interest- SEED CORN ing sermon at Hopewell, last Sundayeorn: April 8th, to the wife of Eugene Stokes, a boy. Mrs. Wm. Niceley is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mary Harper, at Spiro. Mrs. Rosanna Graves, of Livingston, is visiting friends and The relatives at this place. RESOURCES. $115,65155 measles and whooping cough are Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un- very plentiful in this part ' Mrs. Maggie Perciful spent . rw. i Monday with her sister, Mrs. 4,183.46 Cash on hand 226.30 Kate Stokes. Mrs. Onie Kirby, Checks and other cash items BanKinyr House, Furniture of Hazel Patch is with her mother 6,000.00 anil Fixtures Mrs.Sallie Sowder. Frank Har2.942.49 Other Real Estate per, who has been working at Other Assets not included under any of above heads Cincinnati for several weeks has 1,448.01 Expenses and Taxes Miss Maggie returned home. $ 152,793.39 Live say has been absent from Total LIABILITIES. school for the last week on account , MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Largest and Most Popular Fraternal Beneficiary Society onii- - """ HIS Society can furnish cheap and safe protection, because its membership is selected with the greatest care. It excludes those who live in territory, and those engaged in extra hazardous occupations. Every Beneficial applicant is required to pass the most un-health- . ful . Capital Stock paid in, in cash A Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Deposits subject to check $ 20,000.00 5,000.00 2,585.56 125.207.83 $ 152,793.39 of erysipelas. i ... CASTORIA For Infants and Children Total -- State of Kentucky, g County of Rockcastle, ) We, U. G. Baker and Floyd Miller. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. U. G. Baker, President. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of rigid medical directly in the (&&yfltc&K examination. Membership can not be secured or retained by any one engaged Floye Miller, Cashier. rjiciyr: L. W. BETHURIM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church btreet liquor traffic. Subscribed and sworn to this 18th day of April, 1918. before me My commission expires Jan. 14, 1922. W H. Fish, Notary Public. For further information Dixie Camp, see lfcC&3C30 SIDNEV S. O'DELL or W, H. FISH, Clerk Mt. Vernon, Ky. Shake Off That Grip When Spring comes, with its changeable weather and your exposure, it is best to clear away all the symptoms left after an attack of grip. That evil disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim attempts to "do his bit" he exposes himself to the risk of a second attack, for which he is less prepared, and which may have graver consequences. District Depur, Barbourville, Ky. i, There's Danger in Delay April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weakened system is a constant source of danger, for the pneumonia and grip infections are in the air, and after a long winter the body is so clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify the health, remove the catarrh, and improve the digestion. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. J.H. Lambert, &c vs , Plaintiff, Defendants ) Colds Relieved c Without Dosing NOTICE. , John Owens, &c FoZ$2 d This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste from the body, counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay .the inflammation that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. As a tonic after grip it has won many commendations, while its effect- PERUNA iveness in catarrhal conditions is unquestioned. Take no chances Take Peruna. Peruna TabUtt arm alwayt ready to take. Yam mmy carry m box with yam and ward off cold and chill. Thm liquid mfdicinw in yaar home u m great safeguard. Protect your family. The Peruna Company, Colombut, Ohio All creditors of the estates of Dan Owens and Lydia Owens, deceased, are hereby notified to present their claims against same, properly proven, before me on or before April 3o, 19 18. Begin, ning on said date I will sit daily to receive and register such claims and proof. I will hold my sittings at the law office of L-Bethurum, in Mt. Vernon,Kv. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner. If you hT triad "Internal" medicine without suoceee, we want yon to try the it Tick's "Va-- . 'lxtcraar Rub" Salve. Apply hat wet towel oex tee threat aad chest to epea toe peree, taea rate Tick's ia well aa eaver wish a wana eleth. The b4r warmth isImsm aiwss that aaa inhaled with each breath sad, in addition , Vick's is a beer bed threugh the pores. &, 60s, sr fl.M. BmX VHutNC has tws nmDM tmmwK YICK5 PoSaALYE OMidgen Xmftr . .. r.s.-.J.-- - i.,1rti' Up , rrf;'y" i nYi-r- , -- """ iniMiwiimKaMO.'xii .,. ; IU1K STATOENT. X.'"W SHERIFFS SALE I in l- -l ... . f o -- ! nit t 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's port bt the condition of the Citizens TAXES. nk. doing business at the town oj Hi'odhcad, Countv of Rockcastle, State I will on Monday, April 22 it i.t Kentucky, at the close of business on beiiiK regular County Court diy,, 11th fey of AptU. 1918: Bi KKSOl MM, $ 59 395 39 un-s- n at the Leans and Discounts Overdraft, secured and iireil Stoci-. i 550.87 se- Bonds sad other - en, i 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. Allnw nn nne tn dr.eiv rrnu in this " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Due from Hanks Casta p hand 28.204 01 26.398.81 4,338 75 2,500.00 fnnt door of the Court House, in Mt Vernon, Ky otferj for sale to the highest bidder the following tracts or parcels of land, 1o satisfy the Ux due thetoumy. and state for the years 1916 and , I I Food will Win theflf O DON'T WASTE IT n RAISE IT 1017 : Be a ' Producer As Well as Consumer Mil rJtLm -- Just-as-go- od li;inwi:ij House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Awelt not included under any of the above heads Kxpeiiscs paid . . Precinct No ( 1. oiTey, Mary, 1 town lot Ramsey, Mrs S B. 1 town lot MTallem. Tax . & cost 5 9t 25 2J ) 3d - RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONET AND DEPOSIT WITH 722 31 $ 122.110.74 Mrs Roberta, 1 town lot Tax . Tutal 1.IABIL1TIKS Precinct No. 7. & . Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Capital Stork paid in, in cash A Surplus Fund I iidivmed rrolits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject $83,050 46 to check Demand Certiti-caU-. n $ 15.000 CO 2, 100.00 I'ishback, Mrs Ada. town lot. Feibush, Jane, NR 1 town lot 1 fI cost ' Sams, J W, NR, I town lots Whitaker, James, 4 acres Precinct No. 8. Norton, J M. 1754 acres Renner, R b, 60 acres Rentier, M V, 25 acres Dyre, N J, 40 acres 01 2 30 14 40 5 45 PEOPLES BANK If one? in the pocket burns. SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. Pat it in the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with u, 4 Your cancelled checks returned will show where your money has gnne, anil thev will spur you on to save for the bettor things of life. 2.797 57 102,213.17 J Tax &cost 11 84 4 So 3 67 2 20 10. of Depos- WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS its 19,162.71 Total I $ 122,110.0o Precinct No. PEOPLES BANK .;;;:: . ? GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Czsy& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CTNTAUR COMFAWV NEW State of Kentucky, Set. Countv of Rockcastle, i We, R II Iliunin and A M Hiatt. of the above President and solemnly swear that named Hank, do the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge ar.d belief B H Hamm, Pres:d.-n'.Cat-hit. Tax& cost Mobley, James, 185 acres Mink, Mrs M K, 30 acres Ovirbay, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres. 7 38 2 58 10 83 Precinct No. Lay, Frank, 15 12. acres Tax & cost $258 :. a a MT. VERNON, KV. ' CALLED TO THE COLORS - A M. Hiatt, Cashier. F-'yTT- Subscribed and sworn to before me tliis 15th diiy of April, 1918. My commiss'on expires Dec, 18, 1920 Cam Mullins, Ex Sheriff of Rockcastle Co. ' . -- ; m . r .:i - . V '' - Miranda Tate. Notary Public ' 4 WS VX illi VOK CITY. BANK STATEMENT. Report of the condition of the Bank of Mt. Vernon, doing business at the town of Mt Vernon, County of Rockcastle, suite of Kentucky, at the close of business on 11th daj of April, 1818 : Whols Most Benefitted! The Money You Earn? i You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it by RESOURCES. $ 101,530 20 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un877.33 secured 22,187.70 Due from Banks 3,296. 48 Cash on hand For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary V Banking house, furniture and fixtures 8 Other Real Estate Other Assets not included under any of above heads Expenses and Taxes Total 1,670 25 710.42 . 628.72 I 130,901.10 i i The Bank of Mt. Vernon i Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits Deposits subject to check . . . $ 16,000.00 7,000 00 2,232.89 106, 668 21 letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. ft is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effects. mBr Lf &'(& :4E X" Total I S 130,901.10 State of Kentucky, Set. ( ounty of Rockcastle, We, T. J. Nicei.ey and W. L. Richards. President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the l)est of our knowledge and belief. T. J Niceley. President. VV. TAKE L. Richards, Cashier. The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and 1 commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of April. 1918. My commission expires Jan. 11, 1920. Anne Evans Miller, Notary Public. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. TL "Green SoaTd" Home Cottage, Burralow, and great mansion all alike need Hanna's Green S al Paint occasionally. A home may be ever so costly, and of pleasing architecture, but it must be kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered attractive. Us'itg- Hanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an expense as an nc ;tment. It pays back a good deal more than it costs fc protecting property, in beautifying it, and in its satisfactory service. - Missouri Ramsey, Plaintiff, Admrx. of ) 5. B. Ramsey, vs : Commissioners Sale. W. C KirBy, &c, Defendants. By virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, iyl8, in the above styled cause, the undersigned, will on Monday, May 6, i9i8, between the hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the court house at Mt. Vernon, Rockcas tie County, Kentucky, proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, the following de ... m 1 A. J A- m( 'pw - f. V fATA v-4 Courtesy Urooklyn KasKv All Druggists J. TO Ta WxvVxx,Nta THE DOUBLE scribed property: One lot located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., and bounded on the north by Main Street; on the east and south by the L & N. right of way; on the west by property recently owned by W. T Smith, deceased, and now owned by his heirs. Sale to be made on a credit of six months; purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a lein reserved on said property until all the pur chase money is paid. G.S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, RocKcastle Circuit Court. EFFECT OF ECONOMY. When an American citizen, in stead of spending $100 for some thing he wants, denies himself and lends the money to the Government he performs a double service. First, he furnshes the Government with $loe to use in the prosecution of the war. Second, he has relieved to the . J.B. NOE QBArVVILLS OWENS Undertaker brk9n9ad hA. PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of OMPL ETE LINE ffins, d Caskets & Robes Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Filled Promptly DR. MOORE, Cox Building, The Optician Mt. Vernon, Ky. extent of $100 the drain on our "goods and services"; that is, material and labor. To make the article or articles he would have bought, or to manufacture others be take their place in the market, would require materials and labor. In addition, to get the article to him labor and freight space would be required. Bv doing without the article, he has left free a certain amount of material to be used for war pur poses, a certain amount of labor to be used in the same way, and he has also relieved to a certain extent the transportation facilities to the country. This may not be much in the individual case, but when hundred of thousands and millions of Americans pursue this course it means millions and millions of dollars loaned the Government, LEN- D- NOT SPEN- D- YOUR material, its labor, aud its transportation facilities, and in addiMONEY. tremendous quantities of materition you supply your Governals left for uses of the Nation in If you lend your money to the ment with money to be used in this war, millions of hours of la- Government, you may be quite bor free to do war work, md a sure that it is going to be used winning the war. Every purchase of a Liberty vast amount of freigh space free for some national purpose to Loan Bond is an individual uct for national uses. pmsu'n thB war successfully, toward bringing victory to AmerThese sacrifices are easy to U Hfi lor, tqu.p, arm, and sup- ica and her allies. maKe; are small and trivial comport our soldiers in France, to be pared to the sacrifices that our used by our Navy in ridding the ioo $100 REWARfc. soldiers and sailors make daily seas of the murderous U boats. while they offer constantly their The readers of this paper will But if you spend your money be pleased to learn that there is lives for their country, the greateven with the belief that by put at least one dreaded disease that est sacrifice of all. ling it into the channels of trade science has been able to cure in others into whose bands it comes all its stages and that is catarrh. will iend it to the Government, Catarrh being greatly influenced you will have done somethi ig by constitutional conditions reL. the patriotism of which may be quires constitutional treatment. very questionable. Hall's Catarrh Medisine is taken First, you have withdrawn internally and acts thru the Blood from the supply of material of on the Mucous Surfaces of the the Nation something to replace System thereby destroying the Satisfaction Guaranteed which in the market will re- toundatioo of the disease, giving quire labor and material which the patient strength by building Service Reasonable should be aevoted to war pur- up the constitution and assisting Will fill engagements at poses. nature in doing its work. The any time on short notice Second, the person to whom proprietors have so much faith you pay your money may also in the curative powers of Hall's Phone 30 Brodhead Exchange use it to purchase things requir- Catarrh Medicine that they offer ing material and labor which One Hundred Dollars for any should be devoted to war pur- case that it fails to cure. Send poses. And the person to whom for list of testimonials. he pays it may repeat the operaAddress F. J. Cheney & Co., I R. SMITH ' AUCTIONEER DR. WALTER Mf Dentist .ML Offioe Over C. G. Baker's Store MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY tion. Toledo, Ohio Sold by all Druggist, But when you lend your money to the Go ernment instead of spending it, you will at once lessen the drain to a certain extent FOR on our country's resources, its 75c. Oliiifife Crip ?gtf&S