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VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 26 1918 NUMBER :;l I .. be sufficient revenues to pay the entire installment, however, we at find that it mav be the middle of per lb. . May before there is revenue to pay this full installment. 15 c cans for nishing lines. We hope to pay the re cans mainder of this installment and 3 lb. cans, c size possibly a part of the seventh in. stallment by the middle of May, 15 c size old Blue Grass StateWe be- however, this depends upon hove in placing the Stars and I Gallon (white) . whether the corporations protest Stripes on the highest peaks of the payment of their franchise (red) Gallon . . brotherly love and patriotism, and tax. SUTTON Kentucky was called on to do her per lb.-Thanks to the splendid ser bit against autocraey and she Clothing and furnishings per box has proudly responded. Yes, we vices rendered by Senator Antle and others of the Upper House Mt. ernon, Ky. are anxious to help put a stop to the murder of innocent wemen and Representatives McLaugh! sTOflfeJMsilKV EiF and helpless children, but we be- lin, Hardin, Bell, Bowman and iyji mBiMLjk of the Lower House, we lieve it is going to take the blooj others will after this year be able to pay of many heroes, but there is no of each other way out, so come on and the teachers at the end month beginning in September. buy bonds while the boys are THB CLOTHRAFT STORE IN THIS TOWN Hoping to see you at the K. showing the Huns what the E. A., I remain, Yanks can do. Don't think be Verv truly yours, ing relatives. Mrs. J. H. Walton, cause you are too old or too young Store Right Oppisite Blue V. O. Gilbert. is in Paris, Ky., visiting her and do not have to tight, that you State Superintendent. Court House. TJOW ABOUT YOUR LIBERTY daughter, Mrs. I A. Mann. Will have no part in it. If you think BONDS. Are you helping some reader of the Signal please this, you are sadly mistaken, for to defeat tte Kaiser? Mrs. Y. T. explain what kind of a winter we it is our war now ; so get busy. un.yx and son, Glifford. have re are having now, as it is too soon The Third Liberty Bonds sold in Farms for Sale: Two farms j.ncd from Cincinnati, after a for ejther dogwood or blackberry Livingston like hot cakes. The for sale at wonderful bargains. We will acknowledge people begin to realize what they Mr, and Mrs winter. :ev day visit. second war fund drive One, 35 acres, has substantial The .corro ( lains. who have been liv thai it is one on us. Panning are up against, and besides help will have the attention of all the house and good barn. Other, 50 ng in Winchester, will move to and gardening in this locality is ing the Government out by loanpeople in the United States who acres, has at least $5000.00 worth ur town in a few days. The progressing slowly on account of ing Uncle Sa.n your money to are interested in helping the of timber after paying all exUlan the cold weather and so much help put the Kaiser and the Huns c rented a MM of soldiers at the front. The whole penses of cutting and marketing. i rd. -- Mrs. J L- Hughes, of Coi rfiiu. W. H. Mullins, of Paris, is. (out of business, it is a good in- - amount of money raised the week The land is all rich, sandy loam, oin. is visit inir her parents. Mr with home folks this week. Mrs. vestment. In fact, there is none of May 20th to 27th will be used extraordinarily productive. Ownand K.rs. Thomas Farley K B ohn Ball and children have re- - better, and if the rest of the folks as a war f uni Rockcastle Chap-ter- s er expects to go into the engiStidham has moved his family t .urned home after a few days visit did as well as the citizens of old should get ready to raise neering corps of the army, and with relatives at Hast Berastadt. Livingston the Third Liberty Winchester and will take the their part of this money. Many will be sold at earliest posS.C Franklin was here betweenj Luan win e a grand success localities have procured hand- farm date. Se3 or write H. C. as foreman. J section sible I ieorge Hellard will take the secI.... .iaiws 5atuLua. n uulc iv, u.A- - yeiow w0 gic TT..I an iucd uif some sums from sales if we so uu Hubbell. 718 First National Bank tion tiat Stedham leaves and insrtoti to visit his moth r. Squire hat we have done, and et the desire we can do our selves Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. along this line get the , proud Victor Owens will take the section J.L Arnold, who his oeen quite 0od WOrk goes on. Bonds spirit of making the drive a H. C. Hubbell is slowly improving. C. E. chased through the L & M. R.R. that Hellurd leaves Mr. and Mrs Alvin Carico and children, of Rice will move his family to South CO) by the employees, $3,500.00; Louisville, have been visiting her Louisville in a few days, as he has by the business men, women and parents, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Mc a position with the L.&X. at that children, 3,2oooo, a total of place. Mrs. W. M.Brany has re- - s6,8oo 00. and we are not done yet. liuire for the past few days. IIIIUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIMIUU HBflOnilllil turned from Hazard, Ky.. after A1, get busy and let's help the Mrs D B riambo was in Louisville vlatter part of the week shopping. a few days visit with her parents, boys over yonder. If we will W H. CottiDgim has sent in Mr and Mrs W R. Ward Kaiser furnish the money they will put his resignation as post master. Bill said that he would eat his a quietus on the murderous Huns. He has a position with the L.& N. Christinas dinner in Pari, France. FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. and decided tbat both positions' It will surpiise us the way that To promote a healthy action of were too much for one man. It business is picking up with the looks now that J. F. Dees will be Allies, if he is able to eat it in the liver and correct the disorders appointed in his stead. Dr. Berlin, Germany, and b sides if caused by biliousness, ChamberTalker Owens, of Mt. Vernon. some el those Americars can get lain's Tablets are excellent. Try was here between trains Monday. a good shot at him, we don't think thm and see how quickly they Mrs Hobert Griffin was in Lon- he will have any control over his give you a relish lor your food and banish that dull and stupid al& eon latter part of last week visit- appetite Miss Hallie Asher, of feeling. t1 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 fur- Springtime is blossom time. If you are go Livingston, and Mrs. Pleasant Cornelius, of Berea, have gone to Mississippi to spend the summer. Dr. Cornelins has purchased a farm in that state and will try his luck at farming. Mrs. Minnie Merricks and little daughter Marguerite, of Mt. Vernon, were here between trains, Monday, en route home from Paris Ky. Hugh Jenkins, of Birmingham, Ala., has been here for a few days -- J. T. Omary has been on the sick list this week. John CcokrelL is in Paris for a few days Fulton Douglas, of Jellico. Tenn., has been visiting his aunt. Mrs.E L.Cocicrell, the past week We understand that Kentucky has gone over the top in the Thinl Liberty Loan. Hurrah! for the - Notice to County Teachers April Mrs. Alice Davis, 19, 1918. My dear Superintendent: We a,re sending you check for two thirds of your sixth or February installment. We have been waiting for some weeks thinking each day there would WAR! ON THE "High Cost of Living" QUAKER OATS, J lbs "Burt Obey's" CANNED Corn, BOLOGNA SAUSAGE TOMATO SOUP, PEAS. 20c TOMATOES, 20 OYSTERS, KARO SYRUP, SYRUP, i KARO SUGAR, MATCHES, at 11 c ...... 15 c 18 c 10 c 12 c 15c 10 c t i 40 35 09 c c c 05 EVERY DAY ON THE "HIGHT COST OF LIVING." WAR LIVINGSTON The W. F. BAKER Front the RED CROSS NOTES. -- GIVE TILL IT HURTS THE KAISER I 1 C-A- . x ' fs -- 5b ci ' Wiu-'heste- r -- V ( pur-sick- w Wm Tf '. There Is No Monopoly -- - '41W& ymVNXv DVD M F Optometrist J JiDTnlNL& Optician I Memljer of the Kentucky Association of Optomitrists and American Optical Association. WILL. BE AT The Byrne s" OPTICAL SERVICE Eyes Tested Classes Fitted In in the packing industry. Company, Swift though the largest packer, handles not to exceed one eighth of the total meat production of the United States. The five large packers do not handle to exceed d of the total meat production of the United States. -- JsSaKoS?:." Cp'ir'ocv ' n- - tin rim TO HELP YOU ECONOMIZE one-thir- COMPARE PRICES Visit Our Store and Save Money EIGHTEEN YEARS Twelve Yean EXPERIENCE Central Kentucky Latest Styles i in Shelter Swift & Company is not in combination with any other packer or packers to control prices. APRIL 29 to MAY 4, all week Thi6 is to certify that I have known Mr. J. J. Byrne for some three or four years. He has done optical work for myself and wife during that time that was perfectly satisfactory. I consider him a gentleman and have alavs found him so I have always found him conscientious and honest in his business. Yours, etc., ROCKCASTLE HOTEL. - - . y MT. VRNON and Zolonite Rims mplo satisfaction. Dec.7,1917. y no agents self as a gentleman, worthy of his profession. W. Hoskins, Cashier, The Peoples Bank of Hu8tonville(Kj . ) Mar.31 1917. eleven years and that I always found him a straight, honorable gentle-J- . man, and his work giving universal J. J. Wkatherford, Sheriff Lincoln County. There is very active competition in the buying of live-stoand equally keen competition in the sale of dressed meats and ck by-produ- cts. 3 pound 3" 3 3" 3" 2 3" " M can best Tomatoes Hominy Peaches 1 1 1 5c 0c Oc Sauer Kraut String Beans Peas Black berries 1 5C 5C 1 0C " 1 Pet Evaporated Milk 5c 5C .. 1 LARD year book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois 1918 25C pound. To Whom It May Cencern I have known Dr. J. J. Byrne for past 10 to 12 years, seeing him freJ. Thos. Cherry, Merchant. quently during his stay in Garrard Crab Orchard, Ky. county each year. Am glad to say Apr. 27, 1917. that he has always conducted himself as a irentleman in every respect. I have had occasion to purchass : To Whom I J, May Concern from him some 19 years This is to certify that Mr. J. J. ago, and was entirely satisfactory. Byrne has been making our town Respectfully, once or twice a year, for the past W. F. Champ. Cashier, eleven years, and has been fiting the City National Bank, needed glasses to my wife's eyes dur- Apr.27, 1917. Lancaster, Ky. ing that time He has also fitted my glas-.efor the past five years, both of which have given entire satisfac- To Whom It May Concrn : This is tocertify that I have known tion. During thisextended acquaintance with him he has conducted him- - Dr. J.J. Byrne for the past ten or eye-glass- es s Cincinnati, Ohio, for several years has furnished me with glasses, which have given me great satisfaction and enabled me to carry on my work with more ease than previously. He is thorough in his tests and exam- inations, and is giving thorough sat- He is thoroughly con- isfaction. scientious, and will only prescribe glasses when an examination and test demonstrate the need of glasses. as I testify as to myself. l commend him most freely and Wm. Herndon, Lawyer, fully. Apr.9,1917. Lancaster, Ky. It gives me pleasure to state that Dr. J J. Byrne, optician, resident of Good Coffee Dried Beans Butter Beans 1 5c " 1 0C " Swift & Company U. S. A. !l!ini)l!l!lill!l!!l!!llllllill!lilllllllllllfl!nniinn! Pettijohn's Breakfast Food Puffed Wheat Post Toasties (Cora Flakes) Washington Crisps 16c " 20c package. 1 5c " 1 2c " 1 0c Get our These are only a few of the items we sell for less money. prices before buying. I JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD Mt. Vernon Signal WAYSIDE NOTES COUNCILOR By The Boone Way Max. Friday, April 26, 1918 - SEED CORN Those having Seed Cm n for sale at 5 cents per line each issue. The photographs of the mutii SEED C O K NFOK SALE. lated Belgian children. men Diamond Joe's Bi; Early While tioned by Will Owens, your Published every Friday by qo Day Corn. Tested o.S percent faithful Livingston reporter, in EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. per bushel $4 Ther is possibility of a potato germination last week's issue of the Signal, Arch Uayks, Brodhead, Kv. shoi ta;r.' th s year. People had A:r ig 31 Telephone in residence $1.0 was sent to the writer by Judge' largij cops t ye ir and no UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR t Richard G. Williams, of CovingSkkd orx For Sat : Bone market left over supply in ton. It was turned over to County White, germinates (toper Advertising rates maae known on many pi s of the country and watch inspector 3 C. Franklin, 00 p r bushel. was dull If we fail to cent. $4 Y. A Johnson" application of Mt. Vernon, with a requtst market prudnoB at least as Brodhead, Ky. that he show it to as nr ny Book many this year asseven eigatswill last, there castle people as possible especi MEMBER OF be s shortage and with an export KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ally Taj those who yet retain any of more wheat this year Ihsn. any spark of lukewarmness in their we have had previous years, the &. Tfe' system relative to the war or aie demand for potatoes will he greatM53BU unaware of the many horrors A m'Xfr perpetrated by the brutal Huns er than ever before So let us a sufficient amount to supof Germany and their cohartc plant ajraiust men, women, children ply our people and then some to spare. The display in Fish's and babies. Their brutalities 11 urn suggested some weeks age are As IMKITUEI ana rii almost unbelievable but this corner window explains the by editorial in the Signal, the photograph tells a more forcible KY. tardiness of Congress in passing tile than can be depicted by Met four Mexicans at depot more drastic espionage lav, speech or pen, giving concrete here, on their way to Wasiota, and the continued liberty and and unmistakable evidence of the C. C. :nines, in Bell county. One of permitted spies and aliei1 feiocious and damnable icense ?? practices them wa a ATTORN LAW Annative of San enemies would oause the Ameri of this depraved MT VEHNON.KY. and worse than I tonio. The others from old Mexcan people to lose patience and OFFICE. On zrd. floor of barbarous na'ion of cut throats ico Finding my "Spanish" sometake matters in their own hands and murderers, ruled and trained T'nk of Mt Vernon, on e "with dire consequences to fol what rusty after a rest of more Church St. Special atten for these bloody exploits by a , lows. Already has more than tion given collections. tlnn forty years, we resorted to worse than mad Kaiser, who 'PNONE 80 English with a little better one hanrin" taken ulace while p claims partnership with God, a number of the Kaisers quite with the Supreme being as junior are overzealous sympathizers partner. walking around todav wearing After looking at this photosuits of good tar and feathers, graph, one feels that Henry Wat which many members of the terson puts it mildly when he bands who furuisht the outfits says, "To hell with the Hohen believe is a waste of goxl and Mrs. Soj.hij Biiuer, 521 First Ave., zollerns and Hapsburgs." I cannot valuable material and advocate North, Faribault, Minnesota, writes: Will Owens wife askt him bow your wonderful more drastic measures. If the "I cannot It has Praise medicine, Parana, enough. to tell an old chicken from a practice of lynching and done much for rre during t!e past once gets fairly started young one. He said by the teeth. ten years and I kaep it in the house Your condiI was in in our country it will be almost "Well, but chickens have no continually. I could eat such a but nothing tion that an impossibility to head it off leeth," she replied. "No, but 1 bread and mill:, and even thnt was too Wonderful heavy for me at times. Now, I can We despise the Kaisentes with have," Will remarkt. Some of eat anything. I will recommend Pe- untold hatred but must remem- the Mt. Vernon boys recogniz runa to all my Mauds." Medicine "chicken" by their faces. ber there are many thousand Those who object to liquid mediEnough men of German birth who are wages on Clark counLabores's cine can procure Peruna Tablets. patriotic to their adopted coun ty roads in i9i6 was $1.50 per try who are giving their money, day in 1918, $2.50. support and soldiers to right in The first suit growing out of our ranks, but should this the Pastime Theatre disaster, at propaganda gain an upper-hanand it would do so if once this place, was filed last week, lauly started many true and for personal Injuries received. patriotic men and their families The plaintiff asks $25,000 damwho bear German names would ages. On night of March 9th suffer injustice at the hands of during a high wind a brick wall, blind and unreasoning mobs un- left standing from a recent fire, der the head of vigilance commit fell in on the spectators at a tees or other names, while mean- picture show being held in the ing well for the interest of our above mentioned theater. Eleven country make grave errors un- deaths occured in the building and one took place later. Many der such license. others received injuries. To us it appears that instead of sending spies and traitors to Oil to the right, oil to left, the penitentary or to be interned, oil at every turn, in fact that s d umbers of them should be the main topic of discussion one stood up and shot This would hears over here in the good city d.ter their practice and hold of Winchester. Hundreds in the within due bonds the wrath of city ar financially interested. the American people of great Many have made and adding to patience and long suffering at their fortunes. It is told of the bands of these vermin. one young fellow who hau never NATIONAL may advertise under this head 8 "- DEFENSE Li-i- Nj AULIIUN liTV. At 10 o'clock A.M. SALE . B- TVTTXT, f ex-por- LAND, STOCK, FARMING IIV.PLB1HB1NTS 8 J. CMcCLARY aturday, a "TraCt : May 4th ufMimt STANFORD. Being located in Panama, aad not bein alilc to attend to mv farm I will sll same on the above date to the highest and K;st bidder my farm located 1 4 miie soutK of Shelby City on Huatonville and DaiiVille pike 413 miles from Danville, near graded school and good churches. Faun contain- - 85 Of 90 acre-- , and will he sold in 2 tracts then as a whole, and best pi ice realize: accepted. benne, pantry, ball, all necessary outbuildIMO. 1 Was good ings: plenty water, one of best wells in -- itc at kitchen door; pond in barn lot never known to go dry small orchard ; Hie garden. Contains abont fifty acres. ; 5 Williams KV-A- T 7 I attic bom door; Tract and 2 barn; nice 8 two ponds No. small Hm small little oreknrd.withContaingood well near the If you about 35 neref. B m -- Stomach Trouble are looking for a little farm, good land and in good community, this is the place for you. At the same time and place will sell the following stock and fanning Jersey cow: red cow. with young calf: Jerev heifer: implements: black heifer : two calves; nare and a good one; 4 sows and pirs ; Iy. lied Berkshire boar, subject to register; baggy and bnrnesa; pony trap and harness ; wagon, and farm implements ; several stands of bees ; about 10 barrels of corn ; also a lot of good household and kitchen furniture. one-hors- e .1 ( 8 JJ k;u-kluzi- sm This farm will be sold and possessio1. given at once. It is new ready to firm, about 25 acres broke, and balance in trass. I will make terms on this land of 1 3 cash in hand, and remainder in I, 2, 3 4. and 5 years, if wanted. Quit yoni renting and buy a home and pay for it in a few yearn, with what yon are now paving for rent. Can show you this farm any day. Zao Murphy, 8 jUgJJgO SHELBY CITY 8 Peruna JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer fr. saasiaftngftv - klu-klu- x d VALLEY FORGE FRANCE A Liberty Bond vsgn.iijv I afvf OVERALLS MAY COME AN'I) OVERALLS MAY GO Your Dollars in Your Country's Service ? BIT O'BRYANS LAST FOREVER WE HAVE YOUR SIZE, Many of American's most prominent business men held important meetings in Hotel last week Gibson, Cincinnati, Among the thousand delegates were representatives from all the leading cities of every state, were capitalists and bankers, builders of ships, forgers of steel and iron, makers of chemicals and cloth and automobiles, miners of coal, agricultural leaders, pioneers and leaders in every kind of industry known in America. "War is our business first, a merchant marine and world trade following it when peace comes," was the aim of this gathering which will no doubt have a far reaching effect in the commerce of the world. One of the speakers put the proposition in this light, "To win the war there is only one possible method. and tersely put, that method may be described in two words-t- wo ugly words kill Germ particular line of work and had hardly the "energy to wash his face regularly,'' got into the game, thru a lease, struck the combination to the tune of 12,000; invested further, struck it some more, and last followed any tiSssajaafiS! O'BRYAN HEADQUARTERS rr for an unnecessary thing is a. fores Lr evil. When that dollar buys labor a.id materials for equipping our army ani navy rt has a double force firs: it Ca ! to aid the enemy and second rt is ght-tn- g for us tn the behalf of mcmKinci lia sure that your pennies. nicKels, cirreo, quarters and dollars are enlisted in o t'-.- must be purchased by the people from money saved frcrn their incomes every dollar spent Stamps, and U. S. Thrift Stamps U. S. Bonds, War Savings week was offered $125,000 for his holdings, which he refused j . '- - . . ' ' ' - a t&t;. tszz&a vv C ty. Weft "Armed! I r- is a SLACKER dollar but a dollar wasted to wax time is a TRAITOR doLar. cause of your country An idle coucr If you have any '"slacker" tendencies about your system take a look at the photographs of the Belgian children, fright, fully mutilated by the Kaisers forces, miscalled soldiers. S C. Franklin will show you the pic ture, (if you are a male of 2t k.:i. - 7&pr: rtT z. .iv BJNr . All Banks and the Post Office Sell the Stamps THE STARTING OF A or over. Raymond Myers is putting in his time after school hours, and Saturdays, in his fathers dental rooms, studying the intra-cie- s of the profession. He is making good progress and is already able to do repair work in good shape. Ban k Accou nt has been many men first step toward success It might be yours. Start an account to day with the iilSi.u- - ttt a Ra-t- t HTlVi 11 WS.S. SOR SAVINGS STAMPS UNITED STATES .GOVERNMENT jij. MSUXOBY rtiB if... Mi"' L 'miM ' rr' "m . -- m j r THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY a N l ', f,V r-a- MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. OPELL District Deputy, Barbourville, Ky. Huns.' Friend Walton of the Interior Journal is lamenting over the keep at hand a few reliable medwearing qualities of present war icines for minor ailments that coined expressions, such as are not so serious as to require "over there" camouflage, "over the attention of a physician,such the top," and suggests a let up as Chamberlain's Colic and on their use or the adoption of Diarrhea Remedy for bowel new ones. complaints. Every period seems to have Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had its catch words and phrases. for coughs, colds and croup. 'Tipacanoe and Tyler too." was Chamberlain's Liniment for used in a presidential campaign sprains, bruises and rheumatic in the dim past "Jim Fish was pains. a man with his heart in his Chamberlain's Tablets for stomhand." "Josie the cause of all." ach troubles, biliousness and "Have you seen Tomtoihns?" constipation. "Down went McGinty." "Are By having these articles at you a Buffalo?", are a few sam- hand it would often save the ples of the popular sayings to be trouble of a trip to town in the heard many times daily at vari- busiest season or in the night, ous periods in times gone by, and then put in the scrap pile of oblivion to be replaced by others more suitable to the times and occasion. and would enable me to treat IF I WERE A PARMER If I were a farmer I would First State Bank OF LIVING STON, K Y. When company comes there h no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of w H. FISH. Clerk Dixie Camp, Mt. Verneu, Ky. Our increase in deposits and in number of customers is evidence that our service is satisfactory and of the confidence of our customers. CaL BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in looks. Laid Him AHanc ',' ENOCH SONS CO. MORGANS LET US SERVE YOU This bank will gladly take your subscription to the Third LIBERTY Loan for U. S. 41 their best taste and per cent Bonds which are the safest investment in the world. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S.;Food Authorities. You MTe when yon buy it. Yoa MTe when yea use it. UBERTY For SBSsw buyww s Buy For SAPOLIO PATRIOTISM ECONOMY "Actions speak louder than? words -- Act - Dorit Talk - Buy Now : slight ailments as soon as they appear, and thereby avoid the more serions diseases that so often follow. FIRST STATE BANK L H.DAVIS. oqaccxor CASTOR L. W. BETHURU ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church btreet , I A For Infants and Children President. W.H COTTONGIM, Vice-Presiden- t. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of c.c.mcpherson, cashier. x&x$xyc&x$y& C4pto Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, April 26, 1918 Eld. H. W. Elliott, of Sulphur, writes that he attended a sale Judge B. J. Bethurum, of .Somwill preach at the Christian there recently. The proceeds Arthur Cooper bas bought church Sunday morning and of this sale was given to the Red erset, for years a conspicuous figup "No. 71J" wnen- 7 Ci "7" I J Cris Mullint' interest in barber evening. Mr. Elliott is a fine Cross. The .fanners took some ure in the Republican party in want toCommunlwith SIGNAL shop and the firm is now Mashal speaker and every body is invited farm products to be sold to the Kentucky, will be a candidate for Miss Tempest highest bidder. One bantu m the Republican nomination for o. (.uupc , uii. muiiiun, WC Uli- - to hear him. Ward, one of the grade teachers hen sold for $450. ber egg sold United States senator in the Audeistand will go to Lancaster. here, and Mr. Fred Sowder, for $60 and a flock of wild geese gust primary. The graded school clewed TuesAssurance that he will make! traveling salestnau lor Kellog & Hying over sold for $200. The day for the rest of the week, in the race was given by Judge BeCo., were married at the resi- sale amounted to i.saoo They order that the teachers might tHIIV!LLt ANSHVII.LE R R CO. dence of the Rev. A. J. Pike, the also had a r for the thurum himself yesterday, when have an opportunity to attend TIME TABLE. officiating .minister, just after same purpose. It amounted to he was in Louisville for a few the K.E.A. , wnich meets in midnight Saturday and left on $400. The sale of the boxes hours in conference with friends pm Louisville this week. 3 nortn the early train for the home of ranged from $5 00 to $50 00. It and associates here. While for 3:j5 a m 24 nortn NOTICE. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. hi. would not take many sales like mal announcement of his candi ttM a m 23 south To the users of electric lights. Ward, at Lebanon, and will these to raise enough money to dacy may not be made for some 12:13 a m II South time, it is Known that Judge BeFor the protection of our gen spend several days there and in whip the Kaiser. Jas. Lanurum, Agent. eater, the cut rent will be cut Louisville before returning here. thurum has definitely decided to PUT YOUR HUMAN Phone No. 8. enter the primary and will be a off during heavy electrical storms. Mr. Sowder is the oldest son of CAMERAS IN FOCUS. strong factor in the contest for at tht Mt Vernon, Ky. Posted ce As a matter of protection, we Mr and Mrs. W.H. Sowder. of secoad-ciamail matter. atEnjoy quick, accurate vision, the Republican nomination. suggest that our customers keep this place, and is a prominent place the nerves and muscles of Carrying unusual strength a candle on hand for emergency business man. Miss Ward has your eyes in restful balance, with thruout the Eleventh, his home PERS0R A L cases during the summer months. taught here two or more terms Mt. Vernon Power Co. and is a fine teacher She made scientifically prescribed individ- district, which is the Kentucky in New York W. B. Reinke ually designed -- Byrne Glasses at stronghold of Republicanism, Notice: There will be a meet- the race for Superintendent of Rockcastle Hotel April 2g to Judge Bethurum will call to his meek DO business. during the schools in this county a few Mimm Julia Dart, is visiting. in of the stocJc holdei of the years ago. and has been very ac May 4. banner a big following all over Rockcastle Stock Pens at the Mrs. Walter Robins at Brodhead the statei n the party fight for the J. J. BYKNE, Court house on Saturday May tive in school work for a number Optician. nomination. Mrs. J. D. Oits.of Monticello, 4th, at 1 o'clock. Be s ire and of years. Their many friends Since he entered the practice of is with her mo her, Mrs. Francis. Tudge j. M. Robsiou will adcome, it is important. V e want here wish them much happiness Mrs W. J. fc,.irks and daugh- you to see and know w.iat we W. J. Ovvens has moved his dress the citizens of Rockcastle law when 2I years of age. Judge ter, Miss Bess, attendtd the K. are doing. Don't forget the date. family to Lexington, and is brak- in the court house in Mt. Vernon, Bethurum has been prominent in ing on the C. & O. from Lexing- Monday, May 6th, first day of legal circles of .the state, and for B. A. at Louisville. Gus Stave r son, Pres. ton to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Court, at 10 o'clock a. m. two terms has been circuit judge Mrs. lannie Rve is at home DOUBLE Wedding: in the district composed of ClinMr. James Will Ballard will occupy Mr. trom Bryant & Stratton Business Measles and whooping cough ton, Wayne, Rockcastle and PuPrewitt and Mrs. Mollie Scott Owens residence. Miss Myrtle College ter a (em days. and Mr. Mose McXew and Miss Shumate is visiting relatives in are making the rounds. Reports laski counties. Both at the bar Mrs. Abe Dvis and sons, Bob. Lora from different sections Barnett were married yes shows and on the bench his record tus Leonard and Carl are with rela- terdav in the waiting room of the Danville this week. Dr. W. F. that no one section is any freer been an enviable one. Judge Carter and Allen Hiatt exchanged kis Kenosha-Klose- d tives in Madison county. SX & N., depot, by Mr. H. J Mul- - property L Bethurum is known as a relentweek and from the disease than another. asrain this Jesse Mtadows is at home to tins. As Mrs. Scott had to come Mr. Hiatt will soon be a citizen less foe of illegal liquor traffic peud his vacation. Jess has a in on the train, and the same be HANK STATEMENT. They're built for comfort; from the district in which he preof Quail again. Mr. Hiatt says go)djob with the L. S: N. at ing hue, was the reason for the he made a Liad trade the first Report of the as different from others condition of the First sides. Louisville . The only other avowed candi wedoii gs taking place i 1 the time but that he sure made a State Bank, doing business at the as a rim B. Reinke went into Mrs. date for the Republican nominal' good deal tins time even the the town of Livingston, County of from an old-tim- e of Kentucky, at the close tion is Dr. Ben a few solid tire. btate Louisville Wednesday for I. Bruner, o Mr. W. J. Hudspeth began a experience did cost him several of business on 11th da of April, 1818 : Fit everywhere, not only; Mrs. Reinke will join her (as. Judge Louisville. McKervie protracted meeting at the Ravens bandied dollars C. H. Frith there today. Moss, of Bowling Green, who RESOURCES. at the chest. Real Sum- wood Christian chuich, April sold Ed Barker 66 acres of land Loans and Discounts of Camp 19.098.32 was recently prominently menSarg?ant E.id Bjyd f djoiaing Mr. Barger's farm for mer Underwear. It is progressing with good Herd rafts, secured and untioned in connection Taylor, was with his parents, Mr. 15th. with the 2 too. Brodhead Chapter Roval secured 44.73 success This minuter is one of toga race, is understood to have and Mrs Whit Boyd near Hiatt Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES the best known Christian preach Arch Masons, will meet Saturday Stocks. Hondsaud other seSaturday and Sunday. curities 500.00 informed his friends that he can May 4th, all members evening, Which Identify the Genuine KLOSED-KROTC- H ers in the state. He has been 12,555.73 not consider making the fight. Minnie Merrick, and preaching for forty years and is are expected to be present.- -- Due from Banks and COOPERS QUALITY Mi. 3,176.20 Others who have been discussed Two Big Advantages which cost nothing Marguerite, were with a man who at once inspires conf- Attorney C C. Williams was in Cash on hand uaughter. Baakiag house, furniture as probable candidates are Judge extra, but are worth much to you. Mr. and Mrs. N. C Collins in idence. Mr. Hudspeth has charge town Wednesday on business. and fixtures 1,585.33 Charles Kerr, of Lexington, and 1'aris Sunday and Monday. of the Berea Christian Church John Frederick, head sawyer at $ 36,90.31 Total Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frankfort. Mrs. Bragg Thompson and and has been employed bv the tl e A J. Haggard saw mill, LIABILITIES. rat 3 m children, and Miss Tanna Thomp- Ravenswood church for the 2nd caught his foot in feed belt Wed- Capital Stock paid in, in cash $ 7.900.00 Louisville Herald. nesday afternoon breaking his Undivided Profits, less exson, of Crab Orchard, are with Sundiv iu each month. penses and taxes paid 113.19 leg just above his ankle. He Mr and Mrs W.M. Povnter. A new time card becomes effec was rushed to the office of Dr. Deposits subject I to check . Tribble Bryant, of Rockcastle, tive Sunday we vt it from a W.F. Carter, where Drs. Grave- Demand Certifi- .. $24,947.12 and For Infants and Children is holding down third trick at pretty r Z .VwW'''iii. - JTT-- Nl J 24,947,12 reliable sourre that No. ly and Carter attended him. It cates of Depos- Flanagan, on L. & N. three its 300.00 In Use For Over 30 Years I BWKQ S0ft 22, the Louisville tram due at is a very unfortunate accident Time Deposits 3,700.00 J miles south of W inchester. Always bears will run nearly an hour lat- and it will be several weeks be5:21 the Total $ 36,960.31 Julian Miller is clerking in the ter schedule. The time is ripe Signature of CtfifM&c&K fore Mr. Frederick can be out State of Kentucky. c' Davis Drug store. He will work to make a move for another train, County of Rockcastle, and after school hours un-t- d but the people between Stanford again. Misses Rissie Williams, before We. L H Davis and C. C. McPher-soWHOOPING COUGH. Ethel Azbill and Tanna Thomp. ft school closes and then will and Livingston must show and Cashier of the above 3omo son were down from Mt. VerCough Give Chamberlain's named Bank, do solemnly swear that put in full time. interest. Petitions from Crab non Wednesday, and did some the above statement is true to the best Remedy to keep the cough loose Judge and Mrs.R G Williams Orchard, Brodhead Mt. Vernon shopping while here. Mr. and of our knowledge and belief. and expectoration easy. and little son, Richard, came and Livingston would be very L. II Davis, President. Mrs. J. F. Carter, who has It is excellent. over trom Covington to be with much in order and if you are in C.C McPhbkson, Cashier. been with relatives in Shelby the Judge's mother. Mrs. Mary tt rested, show your interest by Subscribed and sworn to me for several weeks, returned here this 20th day of April, 1918. before Williams, who todav will cele- getting busy. the first of the week, and are My commission expires Apr. 10, 1922. brate her seventy fifth birthday. W. F. Carter and famG. W. Murphy, The following is the list of the with Dr. Prof D. H. Lyon, principal Rockcastle Co., Notary Public. ily. They trill soon move back Correct Attest : and Misses Myrtle Bryant, Clyde bovs who till Rockcastle's quota to the property the doctor got R G Webb, Watson, Rutli Mullins. Irene for the present call and will leave back from Mr. Allen Hiatt. Thos C. Welch. M. M unlock and Georgia McFerron, for Camp Taylor today: We are glad to see Charley J.P.E. Erummond, Ramsey, Wildie; Roy Albert members of the facultjT of the Directors. Hurt out agaia. He has been . k A Cope, Pine Hill; William D. Cbas-teeHigh School attended K. E a ,? Yl to his room for the confined Johnetta; Edgar MulJins, which convened in Louisville six weeks and shows the MMMOItfMIMtt Mt. Vernon: Dock Hines, Lang past vNednesday. effect of the serious attack of the Lamp Oil th ford; Chas Singleton, Hiatt; Tim M. C. Williams came over from he has had. Ciaud Saves Eyes French, Cooksburg; Earl Leece, rheumatism Somerset last night to be with f jt Cincinnati a fewT Owens left Nothine is more imrortnt m th Gum Sulphur,; W A. McFerron, home than clear, steady light. Insure his mother today at her seventy his by Retting the oil that burns PROPERLY FITTED Hansford; Aden Thomason, Mt days ago where he has a good clear and dean without a flicker fifth anniversary celebration. position. down to the last drop. Pennsylvania Vernon; John Menifee, Langford; of the Pioneer crude oil refined to perfection. All of Mrs. Williams' children GLASSES Costs no more than the Inferior Earnest Wood, Livingston; Miltankwagon oils saves MONEY savts will eat birthday dinner with her AT THE RIGHT TIME WORK saves eyes. lard Sutton, Brodhead; Luther SRRVICES AT THE CHRIS Drug Store from Chas. L. Davis, Your dealer has 80LITE OIL In to day, except her son John, who is of TIAN CHURCH SUNDAY. barrels direct from our works. Burdine, Ottawa; Harrison Mink, lives at Los Angeles, California. Greatest Importance, Wildie; Richard VanWinkle, Tom will continue the busines at the Chas. 0. Stoll Oil Co. Sunday school 9:45. Everett iMullins, son of Judge J. Bullen, Wildie, Casper Owens, If your eyes are showing any dePreaching services 11 Lexington, Ky. fects now is the time to see Cam Mullins has a position as Refinery at Warren, Pa. of Spiro, goes as a volunteer The same old stand. Monthly meeting of the official A yard clerk with the L. & N. at special train Ws sell the celebrated "No Carbs DR. MOORE, The Optician which will carry board 3 p. m. Auto Oil. Covington at a salary of $70 per the boys into camp will pass thru 1 Cox Buildiner, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Junion Endeavor 6:30. complete line of patents and month. We hope that Everett Mt. Vernon between 12 and 1 Senior Endeavor 7:15 will try to make as good a reo'clock today. Preaching service 8. This is drug sundries will always be cord as his father, who for a I to be a union service with the number of years was special The late Legislature passed found on hand , agent for the L & N. and made a an act creating the Kentucky congregation of the Presbyterian D W A R E f"H M A The subject for most enviable record and at any Council of Defense upon which it congregation. sSroi-SSrFHthe discourse will be the Philoso!? time that he should want to re 'confers great powers and tre are cordially invited to phy of Germany and its attack turn to that line of wet k, there mondous responsibility. Under come in and see us when in is no question but that the way this law it has the power to in- upon a World Civilization. will be open. vestigate all rumors of treasonaMCFARLAND MEMORIAL need of anything in our line. ble acts or remarks indicating oTal Sunday School at 9:45 Sunday and to call upon The blasphemies of the Kaiser the authorities of any community morning, followed by preaching See us when you need service at 11:00 o'clock. are endless in number. He is to co operate with them in the Christian Endeavor at usual using posters depicting rest 0f any who is subject to and Oil to do your Spring hour in the evening in rooms at leading the mad-man- 's rest. Men of high character Langdon Memorial school Painting. brutish barbarians to battle. Wl be appointed in every M Our regular Sunday evening the picture appears cjnct to assist in this work, admonition given by the Edward W. Hines of Louisville preaching service will be omitted this in favor of this store is the fact that tht most bavior when here on earth. "Be-- ; js chairman et the Board. County in order that congregation may be free to attend special services skillful mechanics always come here ter theirs. hold I am with you always." Councils of Defense and special held in the Christian church in You don't have to be tola the reason. You Dan Glover, a boy looking to representatives duty shall be to response to suggestion from can easily figure it out yourself. all . he about 1 ? vears old ibut claim- - vigilantly guard the interest of Sec'y McAdoo that ,.r . churches w KENTUCKY MT. VERNON a oay as L.ioerty sun- set COME AND SEE. ing to be only 12, rode into town the State and to report treasona- - day.apart s on a bicycle which he offered for ble acts or utterances as are X ,. . . ..-The first school annual to be price. This mica1 to the prosecution of the than half aroused the suspicion of sheriff war; and to warn persons or put out by the graduating class i Langford who took the young bodies generally of such acts or of the Mt. Vernon High school, will be issued by the igi8 class. man in charge when he confessed utterances, and to exercise such Mt. Hams: I want all the hams that he bad stolen the wheel in other powers as may be bestowed you have to sell. Will pay 25 fel FOR FLETCHER'S Lexington He is in jail await- - upon them by said state Council Kv. $ for Iri cts per lb. U of the grand jury. action f of Defense or by Congress. Pennington. "Aunt'Tade Lee died Tues- day night, after several weeks of suffering intense with heart BR OD H EAD Willie Wallen, who is working .JUDGE B.J. BETHURUM ANon a farm near Sutherland, Iowa, NOUNCES FOR U.S. SENATOR trouble. y cr j 1 WlPi 1 box-suppe- ntt-re- - e m - It's Not Hot If you wear -1 I I"""-- - duwLl Union Suits Kretch. demountable 5 oe-pot- Rock-ca-itl- e. - ffiL CASTOR A - M X I cVrxZZ THE CASH STORE w i . n t tttltlflltflttlfflvtlflffeffltttflttltttlftlftfft PIONEER HAVING PURCHASED DRUG STORE BOWMAN, Prop. ... I . . n, 1 . fm ,... ........... .....- DWIGHT 1 V A .CAST08IA ' tt A naMHHH2XEXZv:ZE5K if i nn r 01 You - pro-Germanis-m, ar-no- w ar-Chr- ist Hi nlllL IlkrPi I Argument HHHHM 5 Paint a Pioneer Drug Store ............. . ini-les- ; cox ;;;;.;... ..(......,,... Vernon. STOSI returns Opoosite Court House Children Cry T.J. C. A STORIA Pt I'lirtififlMnr ARTHUR DODD Children Cry for Fletcher's Writes Interesting Letter Der 1 Camp THyl,.r. Ky. April 6, iui8. 1 ta flits and all: 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. fflj-jr-- f, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. .111 .Allow no fine tn ripr.piir Just-as-good frnu in Counterfeits, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WhatisCASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA (Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Czstyjfflcu!cj In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. I EW YORK CITY. Who Is Most Benefitted! BY Money You Earn? a The 4 If you save it You Are Others Are If you spend it I i Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with received your letter yesterWas sure glid to hear fromou. i took an examination, on Radio Work today, but don't know how I came out yet. rvav. I had some time Saturday and Sunday. I went wiih the Land et the ist group to Bloomfield, Ky., 5O miles troin here. The people paid our ex penes on the trin down there and fed us like kings; introduced us to lots of beautiful gir s We m to 4:30 staid there from 10 a p. m. Then they put us, 30 men, in aotos and brought us to Louis ville, bought our suppers for us and took us to the largest theat e la town. Then they brought us to camp Such tine people you never saw. Every body said our homes are opijn to you. anything you want is yours. If it isn't heie, we will get it for jou What do you think of that, eh? Wp went down there adver tiding U. 5. Liberty Bonds. While we wen there, there was an old gentleman poorly dressed Jersey came up with a little cow worth about He $35 .00 drove her up into the circle of the band, we were playing on Main street, and the band leader stepped the music and ask iiini to get out but he raised up in his stirrups, and said: "(Jentle men and ladies; I have four sons on the Somme front in France to day tighting the blood thirsty Huns, and 1 wish I was able to go and help them fight but I can t, I am too old and broke rloun. But I can kill a German by helping our boys. So I am going to sell this cow to the highest bidder and the money-receivefor her "will go to the Red Cross funds. How much am I offered for the cow ? First bid loe; Second, $200; Third, day. d arm taken off midway of the el... a bow and wrist and I h id not re... ceived any wounds on the held They did it to put one more mm MM out of their way. So I staid M I until the stub healed, taking in B &48 n am every thing I saw. So one day I found a tank containing enough Q... I PC gas Jto kill every body in 50 O IT IT O :::s miles. I watched my chances, laid out my plans, then waited S Be a S2 1 Well as Consumer for darkness. When it came I stili to the tank, found three sentries and I found a rilie of a Bi RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and Y ROTABLES fourth one, wh. went into the MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH hospital. I raised his rifle with my left hand placed it to my ;; shoulder and hred. I killed one man and the gas from the tank got ,the others, for the bullet SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. 4 Money in the pocket hums, Pat it eot through the tank about in the Peoples Bank. Open up a checking account with us, Your cancelled four feet from the ground. I checks returned will show where your money has gone, and they will spur you made my way out as far away as on to save for the better things of life. I could then lay on my face, cut my coat tail and shirt tail and PAY tied them around my head making a crude mask and lay thereuntil I could see one sentry iifter 9 MmM . wwwwwwww ; . another fall to his knees and lay .. .. .. .. J :::::! down. I wound my way for r ::::; three days through wood, marsh and every thing and at last came to a Belgian peasant who carritd me to my own lines, more dead F AVERAGE. I FUTURE than alive They treated my ( WN WAITING FOR A LlJ T lungs ani fed me and sent me j5-- g0 COMMITTEE TO COME . home and I am telling the peoUT" AROUND AND GET HIS Vx ple what it is to be in Hell for sg& subscription three years with four other broth t: aud me be the only one to reers turn. Don't stand back and say to hell with the Huns, but build the tire hot with your dollars and your boys "vill send every one et them there." There were other speeches that were ood but this talk made more impression on the public than all the CHAR&ZA reel put together This officer T HP fiO flRP NTATTrNTr VoR does not get anv thing for his Ml A COAAMITTZE TO COMnL time, our Government is paying Z1 AROTJJvrT) AMD URGE EM his expenses to help push the C5 J .1 Well, 1 guess this is Bonds. v WaCi TlA JS j-- s n t OL xi wr enough for this time, write soon 11 tn rf !'! ir ji n AkthukG Dodd. 2nd Co , st Bn. Camp Taylor, Ky. . Foodjwij Win the Iff DON'T WASTE RAISE ! - Producer As liu ii PEOPLES BANK WE INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK MT.VERNON, KV. ii:: . ::::::::::::?!!::!! ."........ Jj;:;:;:;::;;;:;::;;;:;;; J::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::: :: LJti. ' "How Long Would It Take to Get the Kaiser Xjf'C'L jfiWC) wSKiJ f r - 1- rw. v STnr V. Sr 3-- - 1 OA3T OBIA DO YOU OniI3ren Cry FC7 FLETgKIK'S SLEEP WELL $250; Fourth, 375; Fifth $700 ter this cow I am offered. $700, J M and there are men here that can write a check for $7000. and it would not hurt tbem as much as it hurts me to give this scrub cow. Another man bid on the cow and handed the old gent $1000 in gold drawn from the The BankofMt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings TL "Green SeaTd" Home Cottage, Buicalow, aid great mansion all alike need Hanna'f Green Bed Paint occasionally. A home may be ever so costly, and of pleasing architecture, but it must be kept cleanly paiiued at all times to really be considered attractive. Usj? Hannr Green Seal Paint is not so much an expense as ar unesiment. It pays back a good deal more than it costs ;; rotctir property, in beautifying it. and ii; iu wfjjfartm- - eivice. ft J r ran - ;i -- "... ni 4' .vT""229E3 mi Tmmmi i :r sB sf .'. -- - ..vX 'A. pf m ' IfM3 Sold by J.B. NOE GBAIVVILLE OWENS Undertaker BRODHEAD OMP L ETK LINE Co ffins. Caskets & Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Filled Promptly bank just ten minutes before. The old gentleman turned to a Red Cross nurse and handed her the money. Then after it was RESECT IJH1I r j ijijim a over we led a big parade thru Wy it T town. There were lots of speeches made. One by a Lieut, of the T Canadian, torces who went to France in April 19 14 I will give you some parts of it. ' Patriotic citizens, you are here, having a good time, ves contented, not afraid of any thing happening to you, eating white bread, cakes, pies, and everyIn use for over 40 yean! thing else the Americans can Thousands of voluntary possibly cook, and our boys in letters from women, tellFrance living in mud to their ing of the good Cardui knees, wet straw or the mud for has done them. This is a bed, eating war bread, beans the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that and such things as they can get Cardui is a good medicine their hands on, and that very little. Facing one of the most for women. blood thirsty enemies the world There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in has ever known. In deadly gas and yet we Cardui. It is composed most of the time only of mild, medicinal think that the war will soon be ingredients, with no bad you thing it over. What makes ? will end soon Friends, I will never end tell you the war will TAKE until every man and woman in the U. S. and Canada quit wasting food, bv filling your stomaches on cakes, pies and other things so costly. Save the money and you will kill the Huns, waste it boys. The Woman's Tonic and they will kill our Give Uncle Sam the use of You can rely on Cardui. your money at H per cent and Surely it will do for you stop the war or send your boys what it has done for so the next to the battle field for many thousands of other interest 20 years without any women! It should help. "I was taken sick, choice. Then he Take your V seemed to be ," drew a telegram from his pocket writesMrs. Mary E. Veste, and read: y, of Madison Heights, Va. Ottawa, Canada, April 7,1918 "I got down so weak, Dear Charles: could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. Your only brother was killed I read of Cardui, on the front, the 5th. (sig ned) and after taking one botYour broken hearted mother. tle, or before taking quite Then he said: all, I felt much better. I I am the last of five and young took 3 or 4 bottles at est 22 years old. We landed in that time, and was able to Paris the 17 of April i9l7- All do my work. I take it in well and we were together until the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, one day, I saw my oldest brothei and I commenced eating. tall. I went to him, all of no It is the best tonic I ever avail. His head was torn off by saw." Try Cardui. a bursting shell and I rushed in All Druggists to the gas, from jt and fell. Five days later I recovered from J.W my long sleep, to find myself in a German hospital with my right To be at his best a man must refreshing sle.p. sound, When wakeful and restless at nirht he is in no condition for work or business during the day. Wakefulness is often caused bv indestion and constipation, unci is quicklv relieved by Chamberlain's Tablets. Try a dose of these tablets and see how much better yon feel with a clear head and good digestion. have For Weak Women - - .. COMMISSIONERS SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. SHERIFF'S SALE TAXES. I will on .... $IOO j FOR REWARE, $100 Missouri Ramsey, S. B. Ramsey, vs : Commissioners Sale W. C. KikBy, &c, Defendants. By virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered ai the January term thereof, 19I8, 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 Admrx. of Plaintiff, after-effec- ts. CARDUI ... scribed property: ... - 0 MVWVWVVVSrai One lot located in County, Ky , and Rockcastle 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. quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medisine is taken internally and act thru the Blood iyi7: on the MucoUw Surfaces of the Precinot No 1. System thereby destroying the cost Tax 5 96 foundation of the disease, giving ColTey, Mary, I town lot 25 29 the patient strength by building Ramsey, Mrs S B. 1 town lot 9 Wallen. Mrs Roberta, town lot up the QOMtitutiou and assisting Precinct No. 7. nature in doing its work. The Tax&et proprietors have so much faith Fishback, Mrs Ada, town lot. J 9 04 2 30 in the curative jwers of Hall's Feibush, Jane, NR, 1 town lot H 4u Catarrh Medicine that they offer Sams, J W, NR, 3 town lots 545 One Hundred Dollars for any Whitaker, James, 4 acres Precinct No. 8. case that it fails to cure. Send Tax & cost 11 84 for list of testimonials. Norton, J M. 1754 acres 4 SO Mt. Vernon, Renner, R S, 80 acres Address F. J. Cheney St. Co., -. . Monday, April 22. being regular County Court day, at the front door of the Court House, in Mt Vernon, Ky., offer fer sale to the highest bidder the following tracts or parcelsof land, to satisfy the tax due the county and state for tha years 1916 and The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is it at Jeast one dreaded disease thilt scxence has been abe to cUre m n itg st and that y catarrh Catarrh bting greatlv Innuenced by constitutional conditions re 1 1 . . . Renner, M P, 25 acres Dyre, N J, 40 acres 3 67 2 20 Toledo. Precinct No. 10. Tax & cost Mobley, James, 18o acres Mink, Mrs M B, 30 acres Overbay, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres. 1 38 2 58 10 83 Ohio Sold by all Druggist, 75c. R. L. Precinct No. Lay, Frank, 15 12. $258 Cam Mullins, Ex Sheriff of Rockcastle Co. acres Tax & cost i SMITH AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable DR. WALTER Dentist Qi Will fill engagements at any time on short notice Phone 3Q OfBoe Baker's Store C.G. Over Brodhead Exchange I MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY CASXORIA F03 FLETCHERS