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Mount Vernon signal: April 19, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918041902_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. , UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY pf Veraoti i ipgttil K., FRIDAY, ESTABLISHFD' uta 1887 . VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCK0ASTLE COUNTY, r APRIL 19 1918 NUMBER 30 . Springtime is blossom time. If you are go ing 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 " eariipst. Lot's all get busy and plant lots of' everything andy to raiso all we can and put in every foot of ground in something. Let's make this ono busy year for it is to be hoped that ero this year closes, that tho Allies will boat Germany into submission and thoy will be glad to suo for peace. We hope that they will be so bad ly boaton that they will novor bo able to mako war upon any nation again. After almost a year spent md nothing done, fortune or good luck LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG ZXE 3XTTXr-yyT- T 3Z2XI 2XEZZXI IX YOU START A BANK ACCOUNT to save money. - IUST LIKE STARTING J A BANK ACCOUNT! ZXE i tvr 3a has billed on old Livingston 4 1 SUTTON & fiflcBE i Clolhing and Furnishings Mt. Vernon, Ky. HBW'Sfflfc-'H- K THE OMVninKAKT TOIiK. IN THIS TOWN fin ind tile pike is to come through the town. The photographs iDokcn of in tho Signal last week of the little Uelgiam children that had boon mutilated by tiio Germans has been in Livingston the past week and viowed by hun I reds of persons. While some would pity tile unfortunate people of Belgium and sotno would fly into a passion and speak wortls not lit to utter in a Sunday School, wo will say that the man that can look on that photograph and not registor a vow that he will do all he can to help crush Germany, his heart must be made of stone and ho must be void of liunnn nature. Buy bonds and help tho boys whip tho. Kaiser.. PAYING BILLS. people deal with us for the same reason. People- are saving money every day by dealing with me and watching !F! my prices. SX I IV7TV4 4 4 -- rsrr yoii IIIIMI i- PER LARD 25c POUND W. F. THE and daughter, Miss Jalett, There's nothing more pleasant were in Mt. Vernon, Monday and than paying your bills, than Mrs. Ah Wolf, who 1ms been Tuesday. Mrs C.H. Rice has ro when they're duo; it sends thru quilt) hide ftir some time, is slight-l- turned from Stanford, after a fe-- v your heart most eujoyablo thrills, improved. Urban Chunniug, days visit with relatives in that to know that there's nothing Mrs. Minnie Moore, of charged up against you. You're ivho has recovered from :i siege of city. typhoid fevor, is able to bo at his Borea, has returned home after a making tho wheels of your vilpost Ruv. Jones tilled his regu- few days visit with her parents, lage go round, you're giving the lar appointment at the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. VV. G Niceloy. workers the best workers the Mrs John Ball and children are best kind of aid, when you dig church, Saturday and Sunday. The Red Cross Chapter, of Liv visiting relatives at Pittsburg, from your wallet tho shilling Mrs. J. II. Mink hasjand.poundana pjiy un,.your?jbills iugston inept every Tuo.sday.and tins week. , Uuijnvthepalace of'1 trade. "You're Wednesday afternoons'." "Now been quito sick for afew-dayssomo bettor at this writing.- - - nilitisr the soul of tho merchant members are added almost every is meeting and from the interest It. D. Stidhain will move to Win with glee, you're bidding the Hkcn, wo believe almost every Chester, Ky., and take charge of bankor to weep never more, one realizes what we arc up against the section there, as ho has been 'you're hanging now wreathes on Wolyour fara,iy tree, when ou pay and intend to be equal to tho oc- transferred to that point casion Buy a bond and bomb the dislike to givo him up Prof V up yoUr bills at tho storo. That Kaiser- .- Claud Griffin, of the tt. Dickerson is taking the school man is a liindranco and hurt to Ilnckuyo section, was in our town census in this district this week. his town, a brako on tho wheels Monday. Mrs. B II. Griffin has returned of James Lamb, who has neighborhood, his own been in our town for the past year from Paris, after a few davs visit who views the collector with buying junk and de.ding in any villi relatives in that city. Well, withering frown, who doesn't is good. thing that the people had to sell, the lishingKoasou has opened and pay up when the paying informs us that ho will leave our Teddy Slirock is the champion DO YOU SLEEP WELL.? town in a fetv days and take up Usher so far, as ho landed a nice To bo at his best a man must refreshing sleep. Ins abode in Mt Vernon. Mrs. E. hunch of the finny tribe. Mrs. have sound, C. Herd, has returned from George 13. Painter has returned When wakeful and restless at night ho is in no condition for Richmond uftor a few days' visit. home utter several weeks visit work or business during the day. L 11. Davis has the foundation with relatives at Stanlord and Wakefulness is often caused by of his new business house done Brodhoad.-Jam- es Griffin, of Mt. indigestion and constipation, and and ready for tho brick. Just Vernon, was here between trains is quickly relieved by Chamberwatch us come to the front. It. Monday. Judge Cam Mullins, of lain's Tablets. Try a dose of how much CI. Moore, who lives on Rockcastle Mt. Vernon, was here between these tablets and see bettor you feel with a clear head river, took his wife to London, trains, Saturday, en routo to and good digestion. Thursday, to have- an operation He was with his son performed. Mr. Moore returned who has a position at Covington Tuesday and reports his wife get- as yard clerk. It now begins to FOR FLETCHER'S ting along nicely. Mrs G.S. Grif- - look like summer as como in y I ( i Cov-ington. LIVINGSTON Just Opposite the Court House MT, VERNON. KY. BAKER BLUE FRONT STORE LET S WIND HIM UP iindl ktmJL - 1 do not yoo ore not A Oliiiaren" 0Y" 1 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 OPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Tested J. J. BYRNESicjan Member of the Kentucky Association of Ontomitrlstu and American Optical Association. WILL. BE AT '47TSS Classes Fitted YEARS In Years Central EIGHTEEN Twelve EXPERIENCE Kentucky Latest Styles I in Shelter APRIL 29to MAY 4, all week Thiti is to certify that I havo known Mr. J.J. lijrno for some thrcoorfour . joai-a"lie has dono optical work for mvself and wife during that timo I that was pet fectly satisfactory. consider him a Keiitlemaii am havo I have always nlai.foundhlmso. found him conscientious and honest In ills business Yours etc I Tnos ' ciii'itUY, Merchant, 11)17 Crab Orchard, Ky. ' "7 ' ROCKCASTLE HOTEL, MT. VERNON and Zolonite Rims EMPLOY katlsfactloa. Duo.7,1917. NO AGENTS bolf as a Kcntleman, worthy of his profession. J. V. HoSKINS, Cashier, The Peoples Hunk of (lustoi)vlllc(Kj.) Mar.31 1917. clovun years ami that I always found him a straitjlit, honorable penile- man, and hU work Riving universal J. J. WKATIIEUFOHD, sherJ,r Llnoo,n County. ; To Whom It May Concern : l "ate known Dr. J. J. Ilyrne for l'aBt 10 to 12 yenrs seeing him fro- quently timing his stay In Garrard county each year. Am clad to say that ho has always conducted him- self as a gentleman in every resoct. I havo imil occasion to purcnass To Whom It Mav Concern : e)c-- lasses irom mm somo iu years This is to ceitlfy that Mr. J. J. ago, ana was entirely sausiaciory. llyino has been making our town Kesjiectiuny, oneo or twice a tear, for the just V. F. Champ, Cashier, clot en J ears, and hai been lit Ing the City National Hank, noeuuu glasses to my who s ejeauur- - Apr.27, 1017. Lancaster, Ky. lug that time He has also titled my elusses for the past llvo tears, hotli of which hate given entire satlsfac- - To Whom It May I'oncrn; This Is tocerlify that 1 have known lion During thlsextendud acquaint- aucu with him ho has conducted him- - Dr, J. J. Ilyrne for tho past ten or "' g It lves me pleasure to statu that Dr. J J. Ilyrne. optician, resident of Cincinnati. Ohio, for several yearn has furnished mo with glasses, which hate given tno great satisfaction and enabled mo to carry on my work witn tuoro ease man previously, llu is tnorougn in ins tests anu oxam- (nations, ana is gitiug iiiurougn sat- isidi'uon. tie is tnoruugniY eon- scientious, and will only prescribe, glasses when an examination and test demoustrnto the need of glasses. it a In mi .! fit.tlf , ... mini ,. uuu. , vuiiuu imti T BY BUYING 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 mord than one hundred days per year is wasted in idle ness 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 goto town or for making Saturday a holiday: Fishing ought to bo very uupopular this year. Every man should work with judgment and work every dav. Idle aores is a handicap to any community, at any time, but especially it is true at a time when we aro called upon to feed so great a portion of the world. If wo consider that Germany is twenty nine thousand and seventy ono square miles less than tho state of Texas, and is tho strength of the Tuton allies, we must realize that they havo no idle men, land or money. Our bo disgusted farmers would 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 wo dovolope our full strength. Our forests are valuable, our pasture lauds a necessity, but land suitablo for corn, wheat or oats left untitled is an idler, and if allowed to remain so depreciates instead of getting better and better and becomes a detriment to the owner anl to the nation. The man who hords his money Is not a busiuess man. Ho is a coward not to invest his mouey where it too will work and earn something. He who lays up gold questions the sta bility of his government aud doubts the honesty of his fellow man. Ho is a miser of tho cheapest die and a slackor. Tho selfishness he shows places him in tho class that cares for himself only, nothing for tho country that gave him birth and protects him In his overy legltimato enjoyment. FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. To promote a healthy action of the liver and correct tho disorders caused by biliousness, Chamber- tjsjggg -"- riSfl -- " W2&&$0SJ JaiSfej t A HH Jk PEll t Vt-- - ! "i 1 IBXVBMTJT .r fl S A A)' i TO HELP YOU ECONOMISE COMPARE PRICES Visit Our Store and Save Money 3 pound can 3 3 3 3 2 3" B ho.t Tomatoes Iloiiiinoy . . . l'uuclius .... Suuer Kraut Strinj' Heaus Peas. 5c 10c 10c 15c 1 .. 1 Hluck berries. I'et Kvaporotcd Milk LARD Good Coll'eo Dried Ueans Butter Beans Liberty I'ettijolm's Breakfast Food Putted Wheat. Post Tonsties (Cora Muku) Wasliiugton Crisps 5c 25c "pound. 1 5c 1 0c " 1 6c " 20c package, 1 1 10c 15c 15c 10c 15c 2c ' ' Get our '"'. Aprt),lU17. ' fa .4 M. IIUISUON, Uttjer, Lancaster, Ky. Bonds lain's Tablets are excollent. Try These are only a few of tho items we sell for less money. thim and see how quickly thoy prices buforo buying. give you a relish for your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. JOHN ROBINS; o BRODHEAD, pf ru J i &Z&.JZZ I t v 1 - - mk 'Mt. Vernon Signal I want to make an ou'noM appenl to the fathers and mo ti ers of Rockcastle county to .ot Fkidav, April 19, 191S in touch with an enrolling officer and give their buysu'eliatia. Publiihid every Friday by to win honors. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. We are fighting 11m Ocrtn in Government and wo want the $1.0 hoys to tight with tho hou and OBSCKIPTION OMK VKAR the plow. We must win but Advertising rales wane known on can't do it without the boys on He Carrier, Bolh. Won't You Do Half As Much?! THIRD L'RERTV LOAN THIRD LIBERTY LOAN TI1IU1) LIHERTV LOAN s0&. rfft T&& IP'S- ' .V--f you have a feeling you are trying to foIf s. application MKMDBRUP KENTUCKY PRESS A SSOCIATION Tlie Germans aro pressing our fillies luircl. One hundred thou-san- d soldiers of our American now and have been for days are in reserve to be thrown in to aid in checking the rush of the Huns This brings the world s war home to tho people of every sec lion of this country. Boys from T l- - i the North, South, East and West, yes; boys from Rockcastle county tion. may now be charging through Trusting to hear from all en that hell of poisonous gas, thru oiling officer1; and to bo able to a hail of shot and shell, begrimmed make a splendid report from by tho smoke of tho raging bat the county, I am, tie. They have loit their personVc'ty respectfully, ality and are a part of the war J. L, Pilkonton. Direc machino, and it is tune that tor Bovs' Working Reserve for every person in the United States Rockcastle Count v. should feel his obligations to our army more strongly than any THE FORTUNES OF WAR. All can personal obligations When the lirst German drive help and if we win all MUST came crashing through Cambrai help. We are no longer free to act on March 21 last, one of the as we have in the past. We are lirst results was to unmake one now a part of that gigantic war great military reputation, and to has bring another, and comparativemachine that necessity upon us, and we believe ly obscure man, into fame. forced General Gough was the officer the great God of the universe is in command of the British line in directing our course. We must lose our personal interest in this this sector. Exactly what was great strugglo for freedom which his orror has not been mndo is costing our nation billions of public, but it has b?en announced dollars, the time of practically that ho was removed and sent the whole people and the life home. The theory of the corre. blood of many of our noblest and spondents at the front seems to best men. We must help them, be that General Gough mis e nil htt f ,ynrt norfnrm judged tho whole thine and de- "slid wo al! can perform it. Every ltHeoTTlTat, what wns in reality man, woman and child can buy the greatest rush of the war, was Liberty Bonds or contribute to only a feint. At any rate, his the Red Cress. We muat do troops were not disposed so ns to this if we win this war and make get the best results, and he has again tho world a lit place in been removed. The hero of this part of tho which to live. battle was by common con. sent an English ofticor named THE BOYS' WORKING Carey, who, when the lightRESERVE. I am making an appeal to the ing began, commanded only a boys of Rockcastle county who brigade, or about 6,000 men. are between the ages of 16 and The Major Genoral in charge point was killed by the 21 to join tho BOYS' WORKING at thi RESERVE and win a beautiful first lire. Several other officers Bronzo Modal from the Ameri- were killed or lost sight of some, where, and General Carey, with can Government. out stopping to find out if the It has been reported throughby right of out the county that tho boys command was his seniority, took charge hastily or- will be taken away from home ganiz;d a reserve force of and probably compelled to j;o laborers und signalors, into the army service. This and anybody elso who could hold statement is not true. The boy can not bo placed in the army a rille," and threw this force in being to hoid the Gerservice nor can ho be enrolled tho result man line long enough to enable in tho Boys' working Reserve without the consent of his par- tho veteran regiments to be ro formed, and in this way a disas ents. ter of tho lirst magnitude was After enrollment the boys can avoided remain at home and work on The lirst act of Genoral Hnig their father's farms and get the after getting to tlu sceno was to medal. If the boy has no emconfirm General Caroy in his ployment at home, with consent authority with the rank of Major of his parents ho may be placed General, and wo are told that ho in a Ksition suitable for him at has sinco been put in command good wages. However, the posi of an urmy corps, and is looked tion will not be with the U. S. upon as ono of tho rising mon of Army. The purpose of the orthe British army. War plays ganization is to encourage hoys havoc with somo reputations, hut to work on the farm and at such there is nothing like it for giv work as will bo 'henelicial to the ing the boru leader an opportuni country. In other words to ty to show what is in him. Keep tho boys busy. Boys on tho farm will do tho IP I WERE A PARMER. work any way. Why not win u If I wero a farmer I would medal ? The medal will only bo given to those who are enrolled keep at hand u few reliable med and" actually do tho work. Wo icines for minor ailments that are advising that all tho boys are not so serious ns to require work on the farm since agricul- - the attention of u physiuian,sucb ture must go if we win in the as Chamberlain's Colic and grtut strugglo for a world wide Diarrhea Remedy for bowel complaints. democracy. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I regard the Boys' Working Reserve as second to no other for coughs, colds and croup. Chamberlain's Liniment for organizations in the countyei cept tho Y.M.C.A. nnd the Red sprains, bruises and rheumatic Cross and I consider it a great pains. Chamberlain's Tablets for stom honor to be enrolled, get the instructions from the Govnrn. ach troubles, biliousness and ment, learn to nmko reports of constipation. By having these articles at the work in u business uy and to receive a medal for services. hand it would oftou savo tho Forty boys have beon enrolled trouble of a trip to town in tho already and we are expecting busiest season or in tho night, many more. Twelve of these und would enable me to treat boys havo come from Mt. Ver- slight uilmonts us soon as thoy non high school uud quite a appear, und thereby avoid the moro sorions diseases that so number from Brodhwd und often follow. ihe farm, the Y.M.C.A and the Red CtOhS. The names of tho bojs who enroll will be recorded in Wash is a pleasure 10 ington and it know that many thousand boys havo already enrolled. It s safe to say that when tho cam the Boys' paign is over that Working Reserve will havo a larger membership than number of soldieis in the National Arinv. I am quite sure that this ai peal to 'ho pitriolism of tin? hoys of our county will have its effect and that Rockcastle will tako her place among the leading counties of the state in the enrollment. I shall be glad to hear from any boy who desires informaCd'trteay Brooklyn Eagle. rget or have not done YOUR whole duty IS something, your NOT CLEAR CONSCIENCE A Third Liberty Loan BOND TO-DAY WILL CURE YOU XtUm ROCKCASTLE COURT. COUNTY oi8 J, C. McCLARY BUY ONE THIRD LIBER''T LOAN THE UNIFIED COMMAND l Each day that parses in the sjretit battle in Franco serves to : Call Term. March 2S-tProsent Hon Cim THIRD LIBERTY LOAN M. THIRD LIBERTY LOAN l'ENNJNCTON. Mullins Judge presiding. It is ordend by tho court that. the boundary of voting precinct THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED UY DR. i Rockcastle county designated, as East Mt. Vernon, and being he excluded from k UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED numbered the following boundary and anie KY. '10 placed in West Mt. Vernon, precinct No. 2 in said county. The territory excluded f 10m pro and added to precinct No cinct No. 2 is as follows: Beginning at a point in center of Muip Street in Mt. Vernon, just south of Rockcastle Hotel thence with center of said street east to a point just opposite the ccuat house door ol said town thence through the center of said court House ball and lot to a point in center of old Main Street, thence west witn said street to a point in Skeggs creek public road or street; thence north with Trees are budding same to tho beginning. The grass is sproutplace of voting in said 2nd precinct shall be in west side of the are ing court house. singing. Spring is Cam Mullins J. R. C. C. Copy Att S. i Bowman C R.C.C here. in 1 a W9VWVVWWWVVVWVWwwwvwvwviwwwvwwwwvwwwwv.rww i: ,t t : 1. 1 x jr.tji : J ! w t J 1 1 : 1 : .,! 1 STANFORD, make It more plain that a serious mistake was made several months uro hy the allies in rejecting tho French proposal for a unified command. PIONEER .. (J ::::i:sftttt of 1 Prime Minister Lloyd George f Great Britain has himself told us with considerahlo clearness what has gone before in this matter The harm that was done seems to bo almost entirely atto the professional soldier of Great Britain. The allies knew then just as clearly now that this is they know ijreat German blow was to fall. The French urged that General Joch be made generalissimo: lie Americans inclined to tho .ame view; the British Rcnorals. backed by General Sir William Robertson, the chief of staff home, insistod that tho British army must remain a seperatf unit. At lat n compromise was rigged up. All the Held commanders wore made subordinate to a Supreme War Council, which was to meet at Versailles, of which General Foch was to be the presiding officer and upon which France, Great Brittain were to have equal representation. This was the best that was obtainable at that time, hut, when the German blow fell, the insistence of President Wilson secured tho unified command with .General Foch in charge. What should have been done last January was, therefore, not done until the last of March in tho middlo of a great battle. It is obvious that General Foch could not in tho m.dst of a battle securo the same hold on the situation as would have been tho case had he had all tho strategic reserves of all tho allied armies at his disposal beforo tho blow tributable 1 DRUG STORE DWIGHT M. BOWMAN, Prop. mfflml birds 0 H the stock AVING PURCHASED of the Pioneer UM -f 1 Drug Store from Chas. L. Davis, will continue the busines at the same old stand. 1 I CASTOR. XI Children Cry FLETCHER'S FCR SoareSwannHats Flexible, Icomfort-abl- A complete line of patents and drug sundries will always be found on hand. A e and smart v? C. C. ATTOUNUV-A- "en-gineer- s, ft 5 $ p Willianxa LAW T Any color )ou desire. Get under a SWANN. You are cordially invited to come in and see us when in need of anything in our line. See us when you need J Bank of Mt. Vernon, on; Church St. Special atten-- ; tion given collections. VNoNB 80 MT VKKNON,KV OFFICE.- - On2rd.floorof HWms jggi&Usumammign-sr Paint '4D&B&Dr&y&D&to& THE CASH STORE and Oil to do your Spring Painting. THE STARTING OF A Ban k Account has been many men's first step toward success. It might be yours. Start an account to day with the Pioneer Drug Store MT VERNON iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii-iiiiiHiiiUiiHiHiiiiui; KENTUCKY foil. First State OF Bank K Y. LIVING STON, Nevertheless there is little to e gained hy criug over spilled nillc Thu mistake has been .uado and so far as possible it las been rectified. If the ullios can withstand tnis great attack there is every reason to hope for better results later uuder a unified command EIaVmiHaWamBKimaM.. EPKViHMKJKHZXEZZ IggfflHAR DWABB H: -- FfiEKfci-M-CJ - frfjh B XZ2SK A SWIflW nrrtTi-W- U 2 UADF1 Our increase in deposits and in number of customers is evidence that our service is satisfactory and of the confidence of our customers. LET US SERVE YOU This bank will gladly take your subscription to the Third LIBERTY Loan for U. S. 4! per cent Bonds which are the safest investment in the world. i frK Saves Eyes (J S WARF W.l I If i VanaVMraxnJ Argument mS the Lamp Oil th it I 8 clear and dean without flicker down to the lut drop. renmjlvaUa crude oil refined to ixrfectloo. CotU no mors than Ibe Inferior Kotbloar li mora Important th hoBM tntn cleir, fttady light. in Jumre " mj kciuuk iue on m&i burnt in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful mechauica always como hero ior theirs. You don't havo to bo tola tho reason. You cau easily figure it out yourself. COME AND SEE. feS",011 WOHK-aareie- yee. otU-ea- rea MONEY-u- ru Your dealer hat 80LITE OIL la carreli direct Iroia our worka, X , FIRST STATE BANK U Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. II DAVIS. I'rcnldent. W It COTTONGIM, t. Loxlngton, Ky. C C Moi'lIKKSON, Cashier Rsflner at Warren. Ws aell tho Celebrated -- t Carb Auto Oil. r, Mt. Vernon, c. c. cox 6 0 Kv. Opoosite Court House JW. If J llllil iiiiViiiMiHtmriini ZQfta. fry ' ij(fr.yx$fr -- .. Ti Liu7'iyixjlli. Havo Fish's do your develop, ing and printing. The best is the cheapest that's Mt VEIlNON Ky, April 19, 1918 why It pays to trade pt Fish's. tip "No. 7q" wnenT7( 7( ij want toCotnmunl. A O Now suits, new huts, new shirts NOTICE TO FUEL. and ovorytliing new at Fish's. CONSUMERS. Just received another big lot of Thorc is a moi,'o beicg made to new inillmery. Sutton & McBkk. ship some coal from all mines in the county this fall and these Developing and printing neatly orders will then havo preference and quickly done at Fish's. Try over local lOUItVllLC & NAtHVIllC Ft. R. Co. You had ordors. us. bettor place your orders now TIMK TABLE. Miss Ruth Lundrutn enter ior onougn coai to iurn you tin ' 2 tiortn 5.21 pm taincd her Sunday School class April 1st, 1919, and have it put Sm5 a m 24 north in during tho summer. If you U3 south n:14 a m last evening. the coal Now waists, skirts, coats, low don't attond to' this 12:13 a m 21 South shoos, sweaters, aro arriving Administrator says you may nut Jas. Landrum, Agent. daily at Sutton & McBkk. get the coal aud will not get Phone No. 8. sympathy if you aro short of money you sava oy imy g. ZZ.ZJTT. .Till. v. Fuel. mall' matter. ",' I'isll'rt ClotllOS will go a long as M. Pennington, Chairman, way toward buying a Liberty Fuel Committee R. C. Mt.Vernon Signal "COUNCIL OF NATIONAL BIDS WANTED FOR 3UHOOL DEFENSE CM j .tcond-cipji- s .J I'EKHQNAL Bond. HOUSES. Tho Board of Education having failed to receive satisfactory bids for buildings, will meet on tbo last Saturday in April (27th), and accept bids to build a houhe in Pino Hill District, No. 33, house to bo 30x48 feet, containing two rooms with small porch. District No. 10 (Scafloldcane). 2)4 miles north of Conway, District N0.59, near mouth of Skeggs Creek. These houses are to bo of same size and material as tho houses of 1917, except the roof is to be of tho 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 tho county superintendent on Saturday morning for full information. : Get all-wo- ol it's economy? 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 economy for you to pay a little more and get allwool than to pay leBs and get inferior clothes that loose their all-woo- " Hams: and Sam Chandler wore down from Brodhwid yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Langford are iiioviur to Lebanon Junction "Aunt" Tado Lo is very low and not expected to live but few days. Missus Fan aud Martha Sparks wero at home from Louisville for the week end. Corporals Jesse Fish and Otis Hale wero home Sunday from Dock you havo to sell. cts per lb. I want nil tho hams Will pay 25 RED CROSS $75- J. 0. 5COGGIN, Supervisor of Schools, Rockcastle Co., Ky. Chas. Brown bought a yearling Broyles for mule from Boone Geo. Bray sold Ben Lovisay mule for a two year old horse $150. T.J. UMinii itmi Pennington. l tnfii-w- to O'Bryan headquarters and irn t lis nnma tno uest. J. Fish & Son. Tho tliretMnonths old child of Mr. iund Mrs. Bradley Payne, died yesterday from the effects of meusols and whooping cough. CumpTuior. IHH?ft Stanford yesterday. Stctsou hats. Sutton &MoBkk. Casper Adams is hore from WHOOPING COUGH. Illinois, to join his wife mid spend Give Chamberlain's CourIi a few weeks with Mt. Veruon J Remedy to keep the cough loose relatives. easy. Mrs Clias. M. Mullins and and expectoration It is excellent. LivingsMrs R. L Pavnoof tho ton section were in town yesterLost: A fine black overcoat, Monday, April 15th, on road be day shoppingi Dr. and Mrs. .1. C. Moore spent tween Buckeye and Canton Tun Sunday with Mr. audMrs. Jas nel. Leave it at Fish's store, Mrs. James Mt. Vernon, and receive rewar.d. Moore njiir Hiatt T. J. Ball. Mooro is very sick. Mrs. Kate Cummins, wife of Corporal Bogue Parsons writes Taylor that he is Mr. Will Cummins acd a sister of Irom Camp liking tho army life and all the J. E. and M. F Craig, died at her homo in the Quail section, Tues boys doing fino work. Amy Broctor is now day. Tho decased was 7q years assistant cashier of the Peoples old and died of pneumonia Tho Bank. A wise selection on tho burial took place at tho Lawrouce part of the management of that grave yard. splendid institution. If relatives of soldiers from Hurl Cox, who has a position Rockcastle county need any as with W.J. Sparks Co., at Lewis-bur- sistance, in business or social was at homo to attend the problems, relating to these sold funeral of his grandmother, but iers, or their families, the Civilian Relief Coininitsjco of tho Red returned Monday. Cross will gladly take up those Mr. and Mrs. John Robins were up from Brodliead last evening. matters. H. T. Young. Chairman. Mrs. Robins, whojias been in ABRAHAM LINCOLN ON poor health for some time came WAR. to see Dr. Pennington. "We accepted this war far a H. Vanhook, of Burnside.who J. many years i'ro was a citizen of worthy object, and the war will Brodhead. and who has many ond wlien that object is attained warm friends in the county, was Under God, I hope it will not end A. Lincoln. here for 0 few hours one day last until that time.' Of course, ho 16, 1864. Juno week. " good moant the "War of Sections Cox, who has Herbert but it applies with equal truth to position with a munition factory the U. S. and tho Allied Cause In at Toledo, but was called home If you cannot see to read last wefk on account of tho death 1918. tho War News, tho Byrne Optical of his grandmother, has returned Servico will help you. At Rock to liis work. castle Hotel, Mt. Vernou, Ky., Hardin Mooro and Frank Baker LApril 29th to May 4th. were over from Climax during the past week. Mrs. Moore The following item contributed from a two by Cashior C.C. McPliorson, cashhas just returned Florida mid is en ier of tho First State Bank, Livmonths stay in ingston, which institution his ul- joying bettor heulth. of ready sold mure than Logan Bryant writes from its quoia for tho Third Liberty that ho likes fine and he is putting in fourteen Loan: that Livingston is coiug "over tho hours a day school work. Thero ton" and secure its quota of are 350 others iu the same defor tho Third Liberty partment and ull of them aro .5,25000Approximately 2,000 00 Loan. Kontuckians. has already been secured The Mr. Jack Sporetui Central Uni firm of Davis & Ashor is on tho versity student, has beou filling Honor Roll. Every member and Miss Kalin's placo. in tho High employee having subscribed to School for tin. past wtok Miss tho Loan. Fuliu has sufficiently recovered Mr. John D. Miller and Miss from her severe attack of grip to Risso McFerron woro married be back in school Monuay week. Rudolph Traub, iu Jeffersonvillo Ind . last M io news of this marriage came Luton, Penn.,v.ho aro vis. .. ot a -i itin- - his sister. Mrs. Annio Krou- . w yaw Irtw fitfnn. uger, leave "":" at0 families, who did not sus "f UieTKu poet that they were lovers Miss Mi-.s Rev and Mrs. H. T.Young & Mai Its' suits, Walk-Ovshoes, and Mrs. Cloo Brown motored to Morurcli suits, O' Bryan Overalls. er headquarters for sucli thingsas HartSchuffncr Keinember wo aro Tho American Red Cross is a great tactor in the world's war. With one hand it is staunching tho flow of blood, binding up Svounds and conveying our wounded to a place of safety, then nursing them back to health with the other, caring for those ren dored destitute by tho war, keep ing up the morale at home, seeing that no person shall suiter from loss of support, on account of members of their family being in the country's service, making clothing and supplies for the sold ers over thero. All this and many more things it is doing with no delay, no red tape, no largo salaries and 95 per cent of all the work isdono free of charge. Grafanolas, and all kinds of recordsf for sale at Sutton & McBee's All retail mdrclmnts of Rockcastle countv must confine themselves to a profit or not more than ono cent per pound on all sugar sold for cash. H. T. Young, Food Administrator Rockcastle Co. l. Bradley Sigman sold a mare to Tom Hubbard for $125 and buggy to Jim Griflln Jr., for $75. of the Level J. H. Bullock Green sold a pair of two year old mare mules to Dave Brown, of the Quail section for $3oo.oo. sold them next day for $350.00. Bullock also bought a yearling filly from James Davault for $65 00. shape and last only a season. Hart SchaiTner & Marx make the tailclothes we sell ; they're ored by experts. Such clothes last several seasons and always look well that's where your saving comes in. all-woo- l, Don't take a chance in your spring clothes; come here and be sure Buy Some WAR SAVING onto metrist and optician, a member of the Kentucky Optical Asssocta- nun, was in town 1 uusuuy, arranging to make his first business BANK STATEMENT. dates to Mt. Vernon, April 29th to Hcport of the condition of the Peoples May 4th, at Rockcastle Hotel. The doctor comes well recom- Bank, doing business at the town of Mt. Vernon, County of Rockcastle, State mended throught Kentucky. See of Kentucky, at tho close of business on ad iu another column of this issue. 11th day of Apiil. 1918: well-know- J. J. Byrne, a n Fakms for Sale: Two farms for sale at wonderful bargains. One, 35 acres, has substantial house and good barn. Other, 50 acres, has at least $5000.00 worth of timber after paying all expenses of cutting and marketing. The land is all rich, sandy loam, extraordinarily productive. Owner expects to go into tho engineering corps of tlfe army, and farm will be sold at earliest possible date. Sea or write H. C. Hubbell. 718 First National Bank Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. H. C. HubbelT How Abont That Stamps LIBERTY BOND? THE CASH STORE L HO PE WELL Mr. and Mrs. Rayme Shepherd spent Sunday with Mr. Shepheid's oarents at Cove. Rev. Thomas Clifford preached a very interest ing sermon at Hopewell, last Sunday. Born: April 8th, to. the wife of Eugene Stokes, a boy. Mrs. is visiting her Wm. Niceley daughter, Mrs. Mary Harper, at Mrs. Rosanna Graves, of SDiro. Livingston, is visiting friends and The relatives at this place. measles and whooping cough are both very plentiful In this part. Mrs. Maggie Perciful spent Monday with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Onie Kirby, Kate Stokes. of Hazel Patch is with her mother Mrs.Sallio So wder. Frank Harper, who has been working at Cincinnati for several weeks has Miss Maggio returned home. Livesay has been absent from school for the last week on account of erysipelas. MODERN WOODMEN.. OF AMERICA- . t ; l- - Largest and Most Popular Fraternal Beneficiary Society SEED C Those having Seed Corn for salo may advertise under this head at 5 cents per line each issue. dR N RESOURCES. $115,051.65 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un secured 1,968.14 20,368.44 Duo from Banks Cash on hand 4,183.46 226.30 Checks and other cash Items BanKing House, Furniture I "T"HIS SEED CORN FOR SALE. Diamond Joe's Big Early White Tested 98 per cent 90 Day Coru. germination. 4 00 por bushel. Ancu Hayes, Brodhead, Kv. Apri9-3- t Telephone in residence. OIL NEWS. Barnes and Cromwell, of Okla homa, will begin a test well on tho Campbell Houkfarm, nearMaret-burg- , as soon as their machinery arrives. Tho Sun Company aro getting ready to start a companion well on tho Hall farm, which These joins the Houk tract. farmers are loci ted near the source of the Dix riven Four geologists have located this torn tory us the most promising in Rockcastle county. Since Barnes andCromwall havo begun opera tions, tho Marethurg section has become a most favored spot among oil mon. who are seekiug leases in that territory. Barnes & Cromwell and tho Sun Company, who hold I'll tho leases on the land adjacent, will either know that thero is or is not nny oil in section before they tho north-wes- t finish. and Fixtures Other Real Estate Other Assets not included under any of abovo heads Expenses and Taxes . . 6,000.00 2.S42.49 1,448.01 Total eashA Surplus Fund Und I vided Profits Deposits subject to check. . . $ 152,793.39 11 LIABILITIES. Capital .gtoek paid In, iu $20,000.00 5,000.00 2, 585.56 125,207.83 $ 152,793.39 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children 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 ' Society can furnish un-health- ful 1 Total one-hal- f State of Kentucky, County of Rockcastle, We, U. G. Baker and Floyd Miller, President and Cathter of the above named llauk, do solemnly swear that tUu above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. U. G. Dakeii, President. i0"' In Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature 7&z& I'lovu Miller, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of April, 1918. My couunUslon expires Jan. 14, 1922. W II. Fish, Notary Public. a3lo3xi L. W. BETHURUtt ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBRNON, UV. Will practice in all the courts. Office 011 Church Street examination. Membership can not be secured or retained by any one engaged directly in the liquor traffic. For further rigid medical information or see 7d3cS6yd7cxi6x HUUUtiUE.'M-iJii- l SIDNEV S. O'DELL W. H. FISH, Clerk Dixie Camp, 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 tho risk of a second attack, for which be is less prepared, and which may have graver consequences. District Deput, Barbourville, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Ky. rockcaltlh"cTrcuit COURT. Missouri Ramsoy, Admrx. of S.B. Ramsoy, Dcc'd, - a ..- " u' . ,.-- Plaintiff, vs: W.CKirby, Defendant. Plaintiff, AND : NOTICE Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon, ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. fcw.-w.- -. w Sr., and brother, . lor o Honry. Mr. Traub ,nonlha takin years past Deoncouneuw. Utatamot. but embroidory owing to scarcity 0 fabric, tho 1 27d Sph-rr- There's.Danger in Delay April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weak ened 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. Colds Relieved It you bT tri without suocm, w c U. bis vs : a bslness courso Missouri Ramsey, Admrx. of stratton Busl- - S.B.Ramsev, Dcc'd, Defendant. All creditors of the estuto of S. tl)ecourse in a fow B. Ramsey, deceased, uro hereby d The bride Is the notified to present their claims to sZanTbusine specks. p . KueUBer and is against same, properly proven, for a time Mr Traun, who is ry attractlvo young lady. boforo mo on or beforo AdHI 30, Beginning on said ditto I 1918. will sit daily to receive and regisdecision for a speedy American ter such claims and proof. I will In tho war. that company. They will mako hold my sittings at the law office their homo iu Lebanon Junction. of L. W. Bothurura, in Mt. VerLOCAL The Signal joius with their many non, Ky. G S Giiflin, Mt. Vornon friends in extending! Get under a now Swann Hat. congratulations. Master Commissioner. There is ono for you at Fish's. daugh-compelle- " tvS J.II.Lambort, Ac, vs : Plaintiff, Without Dosing "Internal" medicines NOTICE. For Quick Relief' - 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 f ; iveness in catarrhal conditions U unquestioned. Take no chances Take Pcruna. Ptntna TabUtl art alwayt raacrv to takt, Yoa may carry m box with yoa and war J off col Ji and chill. Tha liquid mtdicina In your homt U a great laftfuarJ. Protect yoar amity, Ti Pcruna Company, Columbus, Ohio wmt you to try tbo Defendants "KxUrmul" tmtweat Tick's "Yp,0., John Owens, Ac , Rub" Half. Apply k.t wtt toweb orer ekt f wilU a then Alt creditors of tho estates of tk tlir..t sadwell U egverthe y.rei,warm Tick' la Lydia Owens, de rib clath. TUoa4 irkrath relauea Dan Owens and U4y flannel ceased, are hereby notified to pro. tealljig npoia this aio inkaleJ Uwith eaoh lro7n. and, iu addition, Vlck'a abeorbod sunt their chums against same, through the pores. 2Se, 60, orfl.M. properly proven, beforo me on or rafiC VNtftNe HAS THI3 TW before April ilo, 1918. iicglti. ning on said date I will sit dally to receive and register sucli claims and proof. I will hold iuy sittings at tho law office of L. V. Bothurum, in Mt. Vernon, Ky. VICKSKSSALVE G.S. Griflln, Master Commissioner. CASTOB1A. W FLnCMtfS ''flfifoirr . . niiia jWwpaiifcp AC ."faaaasa HANK llffilVT liiwuiUli'iAiiwwAif iir - MaUiiaahhrfari Mijkn't STATOKXT. KHH Children Cry for Fletcher's Hilott of the cunilltionuf UicCltljen ttank, doing buslnei lit the town oj lnodhcad, t'mmtv of Rockcastle, Stau? of Otitm l.j, lit the close of buincs on SllEMtT'S SALE FOR TAXES. 1 aV,,!M!?f5B??rf t :!; f -- sj:m 11 j 1 11 1 1 11 1 ?1 1 1 jj 1 1 : 1 1 1 ' 'u' "ttiiiiriliiuittnfttiiiitiinitii n RAISE IT ' 'ill lllilayf in Aiill. mis: Itli&Ol'KCI'.fl. The Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the slenature of and has been made under his ocr- ffljt-fa- j. - Enal supervision since Its infancy. Allow nn nni in WiIu Just-as-go- All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger Infants and Children Experience nRalnst rrnii In thin Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props 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 CASTOR A I the health of Experiment. " are but nml Diccomit" Oter lr.iflc. iM.'ourcil and un- ... Mi'invtl Sli.cl. . ltni.Omiiiil other RIoom Dtui f k.i.. Hanks Cnah on tiiiml Il.uiUlnt; House, Furniture nnd l'lxturi'8 Other AtK'ts not Ini'ltnU'il under nny ' the "bovo Hxpuiiees paid . . . licad I, I will (in Monday, April 22, it being regular County Court diy, (it the front door of ho Court House, in Mt Vernon, Ky , offer C9 395 30 (or H'Je to tlio highest bidder tiio CJU.H" following trncls or jiarcelsof lund, to satisfy the ti.x duu tuuioumy 2S,20I01 2O.!t08.81 and statu for the years 1916 unci 1 111 - Food will Win theWI in DON'T WASTE IT IBS Be a 1.338 76 Producer As Well as Consumer & n l'rccmet No 2,500.00 C'olToy, Mary, 1 ' 1. 722.31 122,110.74 Capital cm,li Total I.IAIilt.lTIKS. Sloik paid In, In A. .,.... Surplus Fund Undivided 1'rollM, less ex- poliseslintl taxes paid . Di'po.iilM subject to check JSJ.UOII 10 Demand Ccrtlll-elite- s of DoposItH 15,000X0 2,100.00 2.797.07 ) i 102,213.17 .... 19,10: 2.71 J GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of Total 1 $ 122,110.0o ALWAYS &L&&&i In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought NFW VONK CITY, St.ite of Kentucky, Scl County of Rockcastle, llaiuiii iiiulA.M Hlatt. Wc, R It and Ciwhicr of the Hank, do Holemuly swear that the above statement I Into to the best of our know lcdgo nr.d belief. It 11 llAMM, Preld-n- . A M IIiatt, Ciifliier. Suhscrilnd and nurn loU'foie Ifith day of April, 1918 My coiiiiiiIksIoi) expires Dee, 18, 1920 MlltANDATATE, Notary I'ubhe iiIkivi-name- d Tax & cont 5 1)0 town lot Ramsey, Mrs S II. 1 town lot . . 25 29 Wnllcn, MY Roberta, town lot 0 30 I'reiinct No. 7. Tnv&eo.st I'ishhack, Mrs Ada, I town lot. f !) 01 I'oibush, Jane, NR, 1 town lot . 2 30 1 Sams, J V, NR, :i town lots 10 Whltaker, James, 4 noma. . . 5 45 I'n.duct No. 8. Tax &eost Norton, J M, 1761 acres ... t 1184 4 SO Rentier, R H, CO .teres Ren tier, M F, 25 acres 3 07 1'yro, N J, 40acics .... 2 20 Precinct No. 10, Tax & cost 7 33 Mobley, James, 18.") acres Mink, Mrs M H, 30ncres 2 63 10 83 Ovrrlwy, Mrs N.iney, 100 acres Precinct No. 12. Tax & cost $ 2 63 Lay, Frank, 15 acres 1 1 RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH '" SAVE A PART . PEOPLES BANK ' OK ALL you earn. Money in the pocket burns, Pat it in tho Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with us, Your cancelled checks returned will show where your money has gone, and they will spur you on to save for tho better things of life. ' . . . .. WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK a MT. VERNON, KV. i: tnaa: . : 1 :: :!zTTzTT.... f 11 ::; 1 : s t 11 .. 1 .. 1 : 1 s : 1 :: 111 :i . 111 :: 11 : 1 : 1 111 ( 111 . it !. ::: :::;. CALLED TO THE COLORS Cam Mullins, Ex Sheriff of Rockcastle Co. THE CfNTAUR COMPANY, 'A HANK STATEMENT. nmm ?TrCr,sw"w,',-- Who Is ;kk: Most Benefitted r- Repott of tho eoiidition of the Hank of Alt. Vernon, doln liusliicss at the town of Mt Vernon, County of Rock- c.istle, Mate of Kentucky, at the i?lom of buslnens on 11th day of April, 1S18 : KKSOURCES. $ lOl.MO 20 Loans and Discounts Ovenlrafts, secured and un 877.33 secured 22,187.70 Due from Hanks Cash on hand 3,290.43 Banliiujr house, furniture and lixturcs 1,070.25 710.42 Other Real Kstate Other Assets not Included undcriuy of above heads 628.72 Expenses and Taxes. . For Weak Women In use Iorover40yearsl Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardul ha done them. This is the best proof 0! the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardul is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardul. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effec- ts. The Money You Earn? You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it BY Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock pal.l in, In cash Surplus Fund Undivided ProBts Deposit subject to cheek . . . t 130,901.10 $ 15,000.00 Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with 7,000.00 2,232.89 106,668.21 $ 130,901.10 Total Statu of Kentucky, Wc, T. I c, V. TAKE L. Ricu-Altos, J. NlOKLEY and I'restdent and Cashier of tho TheBankofMt.Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above etatement iu true to the best of our knowledge and belief. T. J. NiOELKY. President. W. L. Riciiakds, Cashier. SubscrllK'd and sworn to before mo this 15th day of April, '918. My commission expires Jnn. 11, 1920. ANNKKVAKR MlLLlUt, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic s y 'A Notary 1'ubllc; COJDIISSIONEIt'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Tlis "Green Seal'd" Home ( Missouri Ramsky,) Admrx. of 5. B. Ramskv, ) vs : Plaintiff, tractive. Cottage, Bungalow, and great mansion all alike need Hanna's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may bo ever so costly, and of pleasing architecture, but it must be kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered at- Commissioners Salh. V. C. KiitBY, &c, Defendants. By virturu of a judgment and Usirt z Hanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an expense as nn 'nvestment. It pays back a good deal more than it costs lv ;rotccting property, in beautifying it, and in its satisfactory service. ri J.B. NOE I I order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the January term thereof, 19I8, in tho abovo styled cause, the will on Monday, May 6, i9i8, between tho hours of o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at of the court tho front door liou.so at Mt. Vernon, Kockcas tlo County, Kentucky, proceed to expose to public sale, to tho highest biddor, the following do scribed property: Ono lot located in Mt. Vernon, County, Ky and Rockcastlo bounded on tho north by Main btrect; on tho east and south by tho L & N. right of wuyjon the west by property recently owned by V. T Smith, deceased, and now owned by his heirs. Salo to bo made on u credit of six months; purchaser will bo required to ulvo bond with ap proved security for the payinont of tho purchase money to have tho forco and effect of a j'udg. ment, bearing legal interest from dato of sale, with a loin reserved on said property until all the pur chaso money is paid. 1 You un rely on Cardul. 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 . . . ," writesM'rs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. 1 read of Cardul, 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 ray work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It Is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardul. ... ' '$ . hi L LEN- D- NOT SPEND & f yy Courtesy Drooklyn ICikIp. All Druggists fs HssmmK THE DOUBLK EFFECT ECONOMY. OF SBANVILUE OWENS Undertaker brk99,Sad !.. OMPLETB LINE Co Gins, Caskets & Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Promptly FLlled When an American citizen, in stead of spending $ion for soino thing he wants, denies himself and lends the money to tho Government he performs a double service. First, he furnishes tho Govern ment with $loo to uso in tbp prosecution of tho war. Second, he has relieved to tho oxtont of $100 tho drain on our "goods and services"; that is, material and labor. To make tho artlclo or articles ho would have bought, or to manufacture others to take their place in tho market, would require materials G.S. Griffin, and labor, in addition, to get Master Commissioner, tho urticlo to him labor and Rockcastle Circuit Court. freight space would bo required. Uv doing without tho article, he has left free a certain amount of PROPERLY FITTED material to be used for war pur poses, a certain amount of labor GLASSES to bo used in tho same way, and AT THE RIGHT TIME ho has also rolievcd to a certain is of extent the transportation facill Greatest lmporlanco, ties to tho country. This may not bo much in the If your eyes aro showing any defects now is tho timo to bee individual case, but when hundred of thousands and millions of OR. MOORE, The 0tidu Americans pursuo tills courso it Cox Bulldlnir, Mt. Vernon, Ky. means millions and millions of Li dollars loaned tho Government, tremendous quantities of materials left for uses of tho Nation in this war, millions of hours of labor free to do war work, and a vast amount of freigli space free for national uses. These sacrifices are easy to maice; are small and trivial compared to tho sacrifices that our soldiors and sailors mako daily while they offer constantly tholr lives for their couutry, tho great est sacrifice of all. YOUR material, its labor, and its trans- MONEY. If you lend your money to tho Government, you may be quite sure that it is going to be used for somo national purposo to prnscum tho wat successfully, Ut titi'j fur, iquip, arm, and support our soldiers in France, to be used by our Navy in ridding the ' cniia ' But If you spend your money portation facilities, and in addiyour Governtion you supply ment witli money to be used in winning tho war. Every purchase of a Liberty Loan Bond is an individual act toward bringing victory to America and her allies. $100 RKWARB, The readers of this paper will R. L. SMITH AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable Will All engagements at any time on short notice Phone 3Q Brodhead Exchange DR. WALTER f& "JUXJux- MT. VEHNON, Dentist OffiwOver Daker'i Store KENTUCKY LG. , , , llln. tWn ,R oven with tho belief that by put t ,Gst on droadod dlseilB(. .,..,. ting It into tho channels of trade fc,onr ,. hfinn Rhln tn rllr. ,n others Into whoso bands it comes .i .,.,. . Uo , will lend It to the Government, Catarrh being greatly inlluenced you will have done sometht ig by coaatltutlonal conditions patriotism of which may be nilirpS ronstltntlnnfli tmimoni very questionable. HMS Cfttarrh Medisln0 is takon First, you havo withdrawn internally and acts thru tho Blood from the supply of material of on tho Mucouj Surfaces of tho tho Nation something to replace System thereby destroying the which In tho market will ro.'j0undation of tho disease, giving quire labor and material which tho natient strencth bv building should bo oevoted to war pur up tho constitution and nssistiug poses. nature In doing its work. The Second, the person to whom proprietors havo so much faith you pay your money may also in the curative powers of Hall's use it to purchase things requir- Catarrh Medicine that they offer ing material and labor which Ono Hundred Dollars for any should be devoted to war pur case that it fails to cure. Send poses. And the porson to whom for list of testimonials. he pays it may repeat tho operaAddress F. J. Cheney & Co., tion. Toledo, Ohio Sold by all Druggist, 75c. But when you lend your monoy to tho Go'ornm:nt Insteud of spending it, you will at once the drain to a certain extent fflR RixisSIKs on our country's resources, its M rf ttin irinrrlnrAtiC TT Knnrc ,,, $ioo, .,. re-th- e - les-se- n