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Mount Vernon signal: April 26, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918042602_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 26, 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. I 5T j rut) id vs r- - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY III latum MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD pljflllil' 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, APRIL 28 1918 NUMBER 31 Springtime is blossom time. If you are going to "blossom-out- " too its none too soon to be getting ready. Our store is the place where they find the brightest and newest in the clothing and furnishing lines. en route homo from Livingston, nnd Mrs. Pleasant Cornelius, of florea, have gono to Mississippi to spend the summer. efts Dr. Cornelius has purchased a farm in that stale and will try his April I9jftat8. luck ai farming. Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Alice Davis, T Morricks and little daughter, My dear Superintendent: Marguerite, of Mt. Vernon, were We are sending you check hero betweon trains, Monday, for two thirds of yourf sixth or Notice to County Teach "WAR! ON THE 1 Paris, Ky. 4- SUTTON HcBEE Clothing and Furnishings Mt. ernon, Ky. .- -J. .- - .JiSMMBiB THIS TOWN iks jyii 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.Coclcrell, tho past week. We understand that Kentucky has gone over the top in tho Third Liberty Loan. Hurrah! for the old Blue Grass State. Wo believe in placing the Stars and Stripes on tho highest peaks of brotherly love and patriotism, and Kentucky was called on to do her bit against autocracy and she Ins proudly responded. Yes, we aro anxious to help put a stop to tno murder ot innocent wemen and helpless children, but nc believe it is going to take the blooa i February installment.! We have been waiting for some weeks thinking each day there would be sufficient revenues to' pay the entire installment, however, we find that it may be the middle of May bpforo there is revenue to pay this full installment: Wo hope to pay the re mainder of this installment and possibly a part of the seventh installment by the middle of May, however, this depends upon whether tho corporations protest the payment of their franchise tax-Than- "High Cost of Living'.' lbs QUAKER OATS, .. "Burt Olney's" CANNED Corn. BOLOGNA SAUSAGE per lb. . TOMATO SOUP, J5c cans for PEAS. 20 c cans TOMATOES, 3 lb. cans, 20 c size ..... at c at 15 c J8 c 10 12 15 10 c c c of .Tpanv.hPrnpg. hut tleftj uis no THE OLOTIIMRAFT STORK LIVINGSTON LJOW ABOUT YOUR LIBERTY BONDS. Are you helping to defeat the Kaiser? Mrs. W. T. Amyx and son, GlitTord, have retained from Cincinnati, after a few days visit. Mr, and Mrs. George Gains, who have been liv ing ,in Winchester, will move to our town in a few days . They . have rented a house of C.A. -- Mrs, J.I,. Hughes, of Cor-bin.Jsvisitiughcr parents,. Mri and Mrs. Tnomas Farley Stidham has moved his family to turned homo after a low days visit Winchester and will take the Win- with relatives at East Bernstadt. S.C.Frankliu was here between chester section as foreman. sec- trains Saturday, en route to Lex George Hellard will take the tion tint Stedham leaves nud ington to visit his mother. Squire Victor Owens will take tun section J.L Arnold, who has been quite thut Hellurd loaves. Mr. and Mrs. sick, is slowly improving. C. Ii. Alvin Carico and children, of Rice will rnovo his family to South Louisville, have boon visiting her Louisville in a low days, as he has jnrents, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Mc a position with tho L.&N. at that place. Mrs. W. M.Brady has reGuire for the past few days. Mrs D B Kauibo was in Louisville turned from Hazard, Ky.. after latter part of the week shopping. a few days visit with her parents, V H. Cottingim has sent in Mr and Mrs W. R. Ward. Kuiser his resignation as post master. Bill said that he would cat his Ho has a position with the L.& N. Christmas dinner in Paris.Frauce. and decided that both positions It will surpiise us the way that wero too much for one man. It business is picking up with tho looks now that J. R Dees will be Allies, if ho is able to cat it in appointed in his stead. Dr. Berlin, Gcrmauy, and besides if Walker Owens, of Mt. Vernon, some ot those Americans can get was here between trains Monday a good shot at him, wo don't think Mrs Hobert Griffin was inLon. ho will have any control ovor his Miss Hallie Ashor, of don latter part of last week visit appetite Blan-ford- ing relatives. Mrs. J.H. Walton, is in Paris, Ky , visiting her daughter, Mrs. I A. Mann. Will some reader of tbo Signal please explatu what kind of a winter we are Laving now, as it is too soon fir either dogwood or blackberry win tor. Wo will acknowledge that it is one on us. Farming; and gardening In this locality is progressing slowly on account of the cold weather and so much rain. W. H. Mullins, of Paris, is with homejolks tlusweokjMrB. vestment; UUIKV1, other way out, so come on and buy bonds while the boys are showing the Huns what tho Yanks can do. Don't think be- cause you aro too old or too young and do not have to fight, that you have no part in it. If you think this, you are sadly mistaken, for it is our war now ; so get busy. The Third Liberty Bonds sold in Livingston liko hot cakes. Tho people begin to realize what they are up against, and besides helping the Government out by loaning Uncle Sa.n your money to help put the Kaiser and tho Huus out of business, it is a good in- - to tho spienaid ser Antle I ana oiuers 01 me upper House and Representatives McLaughlin, Hardin, Bell, Bowman and others of the Lower louse, we will after this year be aWe to pay TttSVScgCTS U'f Ine e'a'bi!i T month beginning in September. Hoping to see you at the K, E. A., I remain, $ Verv truly yours, V. O. Gilbert. State. Superintendent. vices rendered by Senator fcuft-T- ouvji, per id box MATCHES, per " OYSTERS, J5c size . . . . KARO (white) SYRUP, I Gallon KARO (red) SYRUP. I Gallon 40 35 c c C U7C 05 WAR! COST EVERY DAY ON THE "HIGHT OF "LIVING"."" " " The Blue Front Store Right Oppisite the Court House W. F. BAKER RE will D W C R!OSS i V rvir v i'Uiv IpcithlsjBpjfc ZZ.'iTi i7.iiV4j tti. 1CJ. Ui Ii i IUC IUC lUlliO - UUU 11 i - did as well as the citizens of old tho Third Liberty Loan will bo a grand, success Below wo give you an idea of what we have done, and ot the good work goes on. Bonds purchased through the L & N. R.R. Co., by the employees, 3,500.00; by the business men, women and children, $3,20000, a total of $6,8oo 00, and wo are not done yet. All get busy and let's help tho boys over yonder. If wo will furnish tho money they will put a quictuson the murderous Huns. Livingston, FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES. To promote a healthy action of the liver and correct tho disorders caused by biliousness, Chamber lain's Tablets are excellent. Try thni and seo how quickly they give you a relish tor your food and banish that dull and stupid feeling. The second war fund drive have the attention 6f all the people in tho United States who are interested in helping the soldiers at the front. jThe whole f n!fM A'La 1nA.u nf wees uiuuuuu ui v attXsltott-ZJMM&S!v ""j wi uscu iu 'uu as a war fund Rockcastle Chap ters siiouia get ready to raise their part of this money. Many localities have procured handsome sums from sales if we so desire we can do our selves proud along this line get the spirit of making the drive a ,.. - Farms for Sale: Two farms for sale at wonderful bargains. One, 35 acres, has substantial house and good barn. Other, 50 acres, has at least $5000.00 worth of timber after paying all ex penses of cutting and marketing. The land is all rich, sandy loam, e3ctraordinarily-productlve,Owa- GIVE TILL IT HURTS THE KAISER wm-U- D 0; fTH 1 M Z j rit img i. er expects to go into tho engiSS 1 neering corps of the army, and farm will be sold at earliest possible date. Seo or writo H. C. Hubbell. 718 First National Bank Bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio. H. C. Hubbell T v V '. -- . .VI . .' v &r)&',vr,sv "s?'71 v.s ?CS?7S ij u .1 .1 T' - , KS's''.'', sr 'St 4 1 W.-IB- - . J .Vv'-- 1J '.J- - - m iiiuiiiiiiiiuiiuniaiiiiiiuiiiiiiiioiiiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiniiiiii There Is No C3 WM vT if 0 Sff$- - Monopoly in the packing industry. Swift & Company, although the largest packer, handles not to exceed one eighth of the total meat production of the -- ,,..,. . j. w-cr-- r.r. . . J, . .si.tjurv . 4r klllfe I Member of the Kentucky Association Optical Association. The Byrne rnnrtopv itn "AinorTcim OPTICAL Classes Fitted EIGHTEEN Twelve Years CE Eyes Tested ERV I United States. The five large packers do not handle to exceed d of the total meat production of the United one-thir- TO HELP YOU ECONOMIZE ViTTW I DV J . Ja D Y D ll EL & Optician Ft IN IT Optometrist of Optomitrlsts States. Swift & Company is not in combination with any other packer or packers to control prices. COMPARE PRICES Visit Our Store and Save Money YEARS In EXPERIENCE Central Kentucky APRIL 29to MAY 4, all week This Is ROCKCASTLE HOTEL, and American WILL BE AT MT. VRNON Latest Styles I in Shelter and Zolonite Rims MPLO satisfaction. Dco.7,1917. Y NO AGENTS I. consider him a gentlemau and havo alwajs found him eo. I have always found him conscientious and honest To Whom It May Cencern : I have known Dr. J. J. Byrne for la his bustness, Vmiirti- liast 10 to 12 wars, seeiuu him fre- J. T110S. Ciibkky, Merchant, quently during his stay in Garrard Am clad to say Apr. 27, 1017. Crab Orchard, Ky. cpuniy eacn year that ho hag always conducted him- self as a gentleman in every reaiiect. 1 navo nan occasion to purchass To Whom It May Concern : from him somo 10 years This is to certify that Mr. J, J. ago, and was entirely satisfactory. llyrno has been making our town iicspecttully, onco or twice a ear. for the past W. Champ, Cashier, eleven years, and has been ilt'Ingthe City National Dank, needed glasses to my who a oj is uur Apr.27, 1017. Lancaster, Ky. lug that time. He has also tteu my 111.. IIOgI 111... KH... both ..Iulp.u of which have given entire satluiac To Whom It May Concrn : This is tocertify that I have known Hon. During thisexu-iiueacquaint' auco with him huh as conducted him' Dr. J. J. llyrno for tho past ten or to certify that I havo known self as a gentleman, worthy of his Mr. J, J. llyrno for some three or four profession. W. UoSKiNS, Cashier, ) ears. He has dono optical work for myself and wlfo during that tluio The Peoples Bank that was perfectly satisfactory. I Mar.31 1017. of iIustonville(K).) eleven years and that I always found him ft straight, honorable ncntle-J- . man, and his work giving mil verbal There is very active competition in the buying of and equally keen competition in the sale of dressed meats and live-stock by-produ- cts. 3 pound can best Tomatoes Hominy 3" " Peaches 3" Sauer Kraut 3" String Beans 3" l'cas 2" Black berries 3 l'ot Evaporated '- 10c 1 0c 1 5c 1 5c Milk .. 1 5c - 1 1 1 J. J. WiATllEiiroitD, SherilT Lincoln County, 1918 LAUD year book of IntsrMtlng and instructive facta sent on requeat. Good CofTeo Dried Beans Butter Beans 25C 1 1 1 1 5c 5c 0C a pound. t It gives me pleasure to state that Dr. J.J. Ilyrne. optician, resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, for several jeurs lias lurntsiieu mo witn ulascslwmuh have given mo great satisfaction and enabled mo to carry on my work witli more case than provlouHly. Ho is thorough in his tests and exam. lnatlons, and is giving thorough sat- lie is tnorouguiy con- isiacuon. scieutious, and will only prescribe glasses when an examination and test demonstrate tho need of glasses. as I testify as to niys.jlf. commend him most freely and Wm. Ukunuon, lawyer, f"Hy. Apr. 9. 1917. Lancaster, Ky. 15c 1 0c 5c 2c 0c " " , Addrasa Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Minds PottijoWs Breakfast Food PulTed Wheat Post Toabties (Com Flakes) Wn8iiiugtou Crisps These aro only a fow of 20c pnekago, " " 6C Swift & Company ILfl " Got nimiuiiiiiHUiiii &' U. S. A. IIIIIIillllllllllllllMIHKWlffli tho items we soil for less niotioy. prlcos ueforo buyiuy. our JOHN ROBINS, BRODHEAD 4XJ o'wtlllj MlMaiWttnHMMMWM Mt. Vernon Signal WAYSIDE NOTES, COUNCIL OF Hy I'iik HounkWav Man Ths photographs til the iniitli latcd lk'lgian children, intii tinned by Will Owens your Publishtd every Ftiday by ftithful Livingston reporter, itu EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, List week's issue of the Signal, by Judge $I.O was sent to the writer ONK VKAK UB9CRIPTI0N Richard U. Williams, of Coving-tin- . It was turned over to, Advertising rates mace known on watch inspector 3 C. Franklin, application of Mt. Vonon, with a icqiust SEED CORN" TlioiL'li.nlng Seed Cot for nnle tnny nlvcrM80 Under till licni cents per line e.tcli JMue. ?. 11 X22ga:zr2xzx22gr2xszyi an(fehttUEX ixiggg Friday, April 16, 1918 NATIONAL 8 wininonu Joes Hlg Korlv w title q Hay Corn Tested iS percent 4 00 pur bushel is possibility of a potato germination Alien Hayhs, Hrodheail. Kv. -- hoi t.ig ill s ytMr. People had Apr 10. 31 Telephot in residence loryi e ops 1 t ycir and in ox SHKI) Corn IfoR Hronp port nii'kot left over supply in DEFENSE JSEED COliN poll SAMI- .- Tl" BG AUCTION At 10 o'clock SALE LAND, STOCK, FARMING 8 8 j MKMBIiR OF KBNTUCKY PRRSS ASSOCIATION i'poci-- , castle people as ally to thoso who yet retain any pos-ibl- o that he show it to as m ny Hock spark of lukewarmnesH hi tluir As suggested some weeks ago by editorial in the Signal, tlio tardiness of Congress in passing a more drastic espionage lav, and the continued liberty nnd icene permitted spies and nlier enemies would cause tlio Aineri can people to lose patience and take matter in their own hands with dire consequences to fol lows. Already has more than one hanging taken place while quite a number of the Kaiser's are overzealous sympathizers walking around todav wearing suits of good tar and feathers, which many members of the bands who furuisht the outfits believe is a waste of go.d and valuable material and advocate more drastic measures. If the practice of lynching and once gets fairly started in our country it will bo almost an impossibility to Dead it oil klu-kluii- sm system relative to the war or aie unaware of the many horrors perpetrated by the biutal Huns of Germany and their cohort n children against men, women, and babies. Their brutilines are almost unbelievable but this photograph tells a tnoro forcible t.le than can be depicted b speech or pen, giving concrete nnd unmistakable evidence of the feiocious and damnable practices of this depraved and worse than barbarous na'ion of cut throats and murderers, tiled and trained for these bloody exploits by a worse than mad Kaiser, who claims partnership with God, with the Supremo being ns juuior 1 many pi s of the country and County White, germiuitjs Do per 00 p bushel. market was dull If wo fail to cent. $4 W. A rJHn son, pi'utluoo at least s 'von eig.its as Hrodheail, Ky. mm this year at last, there will bo a shoiMige and with an export of more wheat this year limn any wc have hud proviout years, the demand for potitoes will Ugroit- er linn over ouioro ho lei us plant a sufficient aiinitnt to sup ply our people and then some to spare. lie display 111 rusn s corner window explains tlio sit- - UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER IMPLENBIHTS A. M. J, C.McCLARY Saturday, May 4th 1 will sell Hfinjr loenliMi in Punnum, and not being alilo to nttoml to my farm. s:iinirii 111' above ilat to the liiijliest nnil best bitliler my farm located 14 mile south of Shelby City on Hustonvillt and Danville pike. 413 miles from Danville, near itadcd school and L'ood clituvlies. Farm contains S5 or 90 acres, and will bo sold iu 2 tracts tlion ns a whole, and best juice realized accepted 1 8 X 1 ti.ition. Mexicans at depot here, 011 their way to Wasiota, mines, in Bell county. One of them was a nothe of San An touio. The o'liers from old Mexico Finding my "SpanUh" some whit rusty aflor a rest of more thin forty years, we resorted to English with a little bettor Mel four STANFORD, KY. v y & C. C. ATTOUNKY-A- Williams LAW T & V j Tract NO. 1 Has ings; plenty water, one house, pantry, hall, all necessary outbuildof best wells instate at kitchen door; poml'in barn lot never known to go dry: small orchard ; line garden. Conttins about fifty acres. good ; MT VEUNON.KV. OFFICE. On 2 re'., floor of rt I'ank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten uuu fjivuu coue'ciiuus. '". house with attic good well near the door; Tract and 2 H8 9I"!U you aae. 3 two ponds NO. small barn nice little orchard. Contains about 35this is thoIfplace community, ; xrac- 'PNONK 80 - $&tycpyn y at this photo graph, one feels that Henry puts it mildly whou he sas, "To hell with the Hohen zollerns and Wat-terson Hap-burgs." partner. After looking stomach I rauble Mrs. Sophie Bauer, C21 1'irst Ave., North, Faribault, Minnesota, writes: "I cannot pialse your wonderful It has medicine', Pcrunn, enough. done much for me during the past I keep It In tho house ten years and I was In such a. condicontinually. tion that I could eat nothlns but bread and milk, and even that was too hpayv for mo at times. Now, I can me looking for a little farm, good land and in good for you. At the same time and place will sell the following stock and fanning Jersey cow: red cow. with young calf; Jersey heifer; implements: maro and a good one; 4 sows and pigs; black heifer; two calves; ICy. Keil Herkshiie boar, subject to tegister; buggy and harness; pony trap and wagon, and farm implements; several stands of bees ; about harness; and kitchen furnittiie. 10 barrels of corn ; also a lot of good one-liors- e hou-ehold I cannot 8 Will Owens wife askt him how to tell an old chicken from a joung one. He sua by tlio teem. "Well, but chickens have no 1 I ' - Praise Your Wonderful Medicine This farm will lie sold and possession given at once. will make about 25 acres broke, and balance iu grass. cash in hand, and remainder in I, 2, 3. 4. and 5 yean, if ing and buy n home and pay for it in a few years, with for retit. Can show you this farm any day. 1 It is now ready to farm, terms on this land of 1 3 wanted. Quit your rentwhat you are now paying - teeth," she replied. "No, but Cnmn--.i , Wf .i.UUlilfiU ..-UliT JIMtii:! .. ..:.J-fut- f r " MMI i it T..TkVi tlio Mt. Vernon ...I.f recognizfit boys untold hatred but must reinem , W12 4 runa to all my friends." Those who object to liquid medicine can procuro Peruna Tablets. LZaaJVlurpJiy, sJpfcPY Enough ber thero are many thousand men of German birfh who are patriotic to their adopted country who are giving their money, support and soldiers to tight in our ranks, but should this klu klux propaganda gain an upper band and it would do so if once fairly started many true and patriotic men and their families who bear German names would suffer injustice at the bauds of blind and unreasoning mobs under the head of vigilance commit tees or other names, while meanimr well or the- interest of our country make grave errors under such license. To us it appears that instead of souding spies and traitors to the penitontary cr to be interned, bo numbers of them should stood up and shot. This would duer their practice and hold within duo bonds the wrath of the American people of great patience and long suffering at the bands of these vermin. - "chicken" by their faces. Labores's wages on Clark county roads in i9i6 was $1.50 per day in 10 18, $2.50. The first suit crowing out of the Pastime Theatre disaster, at this place, was filed last week, for personal Injuries received. The plaintiff asks $25,000 dam. ages. On night of March 9th during a high wiud a brick wall, lott standing from a recant fire, fell in on the spectators at a picture show being held in the above montioHeLtbcatori Eleven deaths occtired in the building and one took place later. Many others received injuries. Oil to the oil Peruna 8 2Xi VALLEY FORGE FRANCE A Liberty Bond AT..iu i gzsxrzxs ISHCq irl CTgfcWaigttHtfrMiftrevvv d X JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer r- 8 o" . c tti Ki ii s r. g ENL 15 1 p"Brs7a I tr' OVERALLS MAY COME AND OVERALLS MAY GO BUT Your Dollars in Your Country's Service must be purchased by the people from money saved from their incomes- - every dollar spent U. S. Bonds, War Savings Stamps, and U.S. Thrift Stamps 1 t. right, oil to left, at every turn, in fact that i American's most prominent business men held important meetings in Hotel Gibson, Cincinnati, last week Among the thousand delegates were representatives from all the leading cities of every state, wero 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 Amor, ica. "War is our business first, world a merchant marine and trade followiug it when peace comes," was the aim of this' tTjFrTngwbTetr"111"fioloTrlll' havo a far reaching effect in the commerce of the world. One of the speakers put the proposition in this light, "To win tlio war thero is only one possible method, and tersely put, that method may bo described in two words-t- wo ugly words kill Germ Huns.'" Many of the main topic of discussion one hears over herf in the good city of Winchester. Hundreds in the city are liuancially interested Many have mado nnd adding to thoir fortunes, is told of one young fellow who had never followed any particular lino 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; itivested fttrthor, struck It some- - more, and last week was offered $1 25,000 for his holdings, which ho refused O'BRYANS LAST FORK VEIL WE HAVE YOUR SIZE. 'it 'z'jt 't" SssKhsJsissbj '''x O'BRYAN HEADQUARTERS WeiTAjHtnecf! for an unnecessary thing Is tv force for evil. When that dollar buys labor and materials for equipping our army and navy it has a double force f.rst It coasos to aid the enemy and second jt Is fighting for us In the behalf of m&nMnd Be cure that your pennies, nlchels, dlmo3. quarters and dollars are onltsted in tho cause of your country An Idle dollar Is a SLACKER dollar, but a dollar waited In war time is a TRAITOR dollar. 11 1 If you havo any "slacker" tendencies about your system take a look at the photographs of the Belgian children, fright-full- y mutilated by the Kaisers forces, miscalled soldiers. S C. Franklin will show you the pic ture, (if you aro a male of 2: or over. Kaymoiid Myets is putting in his time after school hours, and THE STARTING OF A All Banks and the Post Office Sell the Stamps w Ba.nk.Accou nX ZMi 'WS.S. wutsivmcssuMps IfSUEDBYTHB J30VERHMENT UNITED STATES Saturdays, in his fathers den. tal rooms, studying tho intra- cies of tho profession. He is making good progress and is al ready able to do repair work in good shape. A FARMER wero a farmer I would keep at hand a fow reliable medicines for minor ailments that aro not so serious as to require the attention of a physlcian,such us Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhea Kemedy for bowel complaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds and croup. Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains. Chamberlain's Tablets for stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation. y having these articles at hand it would often suvo tho trouble of a trip to town iu tho busiest season or in tho night, and would enable mo to treat slight ailments as soon as they uppear, and thereby avoid tho more sorlons diseases that so often follow. has been many men's first step toward success. It might be yours. Start an account to day with the g CiCj When company comes there is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of 1 THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY A N 1) IF I WERE I First State Bank OF MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. ODELL District Deputy, Barboarvillti, Ky. W. II. Friknd Waltou Journal is of the Interior If lamenting over the wearing qualities of present war coined expressions, such as "over there" camouflage, "over the top," and suggests a let up on their use or the adoption of new ones. Every period seems to havo had its catch words and phrases. "Tipacattoo and Tyler too," was usod in a presidential campaign in the dim past "Jim Fish was a man with his heart in his hand." "Josie the cause of all." "Have you seen Tom Collins t" "Down wont McGinty." "Are you a Buffalo?", are a few s of the popular sayiugs to bo heard many times daily at vari ous periods in times gouo by, and then put iu the scrap pile of oblivion to be replaced by others more suitable to the times utid occasion. satu-pie- LIVING STON, KY. FISH. Clerk Dixie Camp. Mt. Vonieii, Ky. Our increase in deposits and in number of customers is evidence that our service is satisfactory and of the confidence of our customers. CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up in their best taste and For AHandM LendHim ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. LET US SERVE YOU This bank will gladly take your subscription to the Third LIBERTY Loan for U. S. 41 per cent Bonds which are the safest investment in the world. looks. Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet every time. SheMtwsit will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredbnts as have been approved officially by the U. S.;Food Authorities. Yea Mvt vrttn you buy It Ton mt wlca yea uio it BOftDS For UBEKTY Buv SAPOLIO PATRIOTISM 13 MAc'Q"s speak louder thary vyords-A- ct - Don't Talk -- Buy Now1 ECONOMY $&X3IC.3e3!CXfi L. W. BETHURUA ATTCUNEY AT LAW MT VHUNON, UV, Will practice in all tho courU. FIRST STATE BANK I. II DAVIS. CASTORIA For Infants and Children Always bears President. W H COTTONOIM, Cashier. C C Mcl'MKltSON, In Use For Over 30 Years liiH'misssa umceou uuurcii street 0 COCSto(di DTSC0XRED SPOTS OK PAOEJ &r V . ..J fcjftlfsihl ll.ll, INK " Mt. Vernon SignalL Mt.Vbknon Ky, April 26, 1918 ,'AI!n1rT?d0 Lo sovcral weeks of i''nv night, intenso suffering with heart trouble. "tuM. B R OD H will HW m Jbayyjp ' iipwr nwrtnarfliiVffiipfti h'iSt Judgo B. J. Bctliurum, of .SomTho proceeds preach at tho Christian there recently. erset, for years a conspicious Arthur Cooper hns bought church Sunday morning and of this sale was givon to tho Red no "No. io" v m xvnnt tnCornmunl y in the Republican party in Crls Mulliiifi' interest in barber evening, Mr Elliott " is a fiho Cross. Tho .fanners took some ons wltlt HIONA.L, shop and the firm is now Mashul speaker and every body is invited farm products to be sold to the Kentucky, will ho a candidate for & Cooper. to hoar him. One bantum tho Republican nomination for Miss Tempest highest bidder. Mr. Muliins, wo will go to Luncaster. Ward, one of tho grado teachers lieu sold for $150. hor egg sold United States senator in tho AuSovvdor, for $60 and a flock of wild geese gust primary. Tho graded school close! Tues- horo, and Mr. Fred Assurance that ho will mako Kellog & Hying over sold for 8200. The day for tho rest of tho wcolf, in traveling salesman lor Co., were married at tho res), salo amounted to 815,000 They tho raco was givon by Judgo iouhvillc 4NtHvnit n n.co order that tho teachers mielit himself yesterday, when for the of Rev. A. J. Pike, the also had a jlmve an opportunity to attond denco tho he was in Louisvillo for a few TIME TABLE. the K.K.A , which meets in officiating ministor, just after same purpose. It Amounted to hours in conference with friends 22 nortn midnight Saturday and left on 400. The sale of tho boxes 5.si- p m , . ... ... VVUUIl. WHO n o; jo a in Muuiaviiiu 24 nortn the early train for tho homo of ranged from $5 00 to $50.00. It and associates horo. While for NOTICE. n:-inm hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. would not take many sales like mal announcement of his candi 3i south To tho users of electric lights. Ward, 12:13 a m 21 South at Lobanon, and will those to raiso enough money to dacy may not bo mado for some time, it is Known that Judge Bc For the protection of our spend several days there and in whip the Kaiser. Jas. Lanurum, Agent. tliurum has definitely decided to the cm rent will be cut Louisville boforo returning hero. Phone No. 8. PUT YOUR HUMAN outer the primary and will be a oil during heavy electrical storms. Mr. Sowder is tho oldest son of CAMERAS IN FOCUS. strong factor in tho contest for t the Ml Vernon, Ky. Tontollce As a matter of protection, we ilntereil Mr and Mrs. W.H. Sowder, of mall mutter. nil Enjoy quick, accurate vision, the Ropublican nomination. suggest that our customers keep this place, and is a prominent a candle on hand for emergency business man. Miss Ward has placo the nerves and muscles of Carrying unusual strength l E II H 0 N A cases during the summer months. taught here two or more terms your eyes in restful balance, with thruout the Eleventh, his home Individ-mlldistrict, which is the Kentucky Mt. Vernon Power Co. and is a tine teacher She mado scientifically prescribed V. B. Reiiike was in New York designed -- Byrne Glasses at stronghold of Republicanism, Notiuk: There wiU be a meet tho race for Superintendent of Rockcastle Hotel April 29 to Judge Bethurum will call to his during the week on business. ing of the stock holders of tho schools 111 this county a few Miss Julia Davis is visiting banner a big following all over years ago, and has been very ac May 4. "j. J. BYRNE, the statei n tho party fight for the Mrs. Walter Robins at Brodhoad. Rockcastle Stock Pens at tho tivo in school work for a number Court house on Saturday May nomination. Optician. v .Mrs. J. D. Oits, of Monticcllo, 4th, at o'clock. Be sure and of years. Their many friends Since he entered tho practico of is with her tno'lior, Mrs. Francis. fudge J. M. Robsiou will adcome, it is important. Wu want here wish them much happiness and daugli. you to see and know Mrs W. J. has moved his dress tho citizens of Rockcastle law when 2l years of ago, Judgo W. J. Owens what wo ter, Miss Bets, atteiultd the K. arc doing. Don't forget the date. family to Lexington, and is brak- in the court house in Mt. Vernon, Bethurum has been prominent in P.. A. at Louisville ing on tho C. & 0. from Lexing Monday, May 6th, first day of legal circles of ,the state, and for Gus Stavcrsoii, I'rt-s- . ton to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Court, at 10 o'clock a. m. two terms has been circuit judgo Mrs. Fannie Rowe is at home in the district composed of ClinDoUni.K Wkddino: Mr. James Will Ballard will occupy Mr. from Bryant & Strattou Business Measles and whooping cough ton, Wayne, Rockcastle and PuPrewitt and Mis. Mollio Scott Owens residence. Miss Myrtle College for a few days. and Mr. Moso McNow and Miss Shumate is visiting relatives in aro making the rounds. Reports laski counties. Both at tho bar Mrs. Alicu Davis and sous, Bob. Lora Harnett wore married yes- Danville this week. Dr. W. F. from different sections shows and on the bench his record has Kenosha-Klbsed-Krotchc. Leonard and Curl are with rela- terday in the waiting room of tho Carter and Allen Hiatt exchanged that no ono section is any freer been an enviable one. Judge tives in Madison county. Bethurum is known as a relent L & N., depot, by Mr. H. J. Mul- - property again this week and from the disease than another. 1 Jesse Meadows is at home to lins. As Mrs. Scott had to come Mr. Hiatt will soou be a citizen liquor traffic less foe of illegal They're built for comfort I spend his vacation. Jess has a in on the train, and HANK STATEMENT. from the district in which he pre the same be of Quail again. Mr. Hiatt says tho I.. & N. at ing late, was the reason for the iob with as different from others' he made a bad trade the first Report of the condition of the First sides. Louisville. Tho only other avowed canili weddings taking place the de- time but that he sure made u State Bank, doing business at the as a rim Rock- Mrs. V. H. Reiuko went into pot. good deal this timo oven tho the town of Livingston, County'of elope dato for the Republican nominaf from an old-tim- e solid tire.. cantle, btnto of Kentucky, at tho tion is Dr. Ben L. Bruner, 0 Louisvillo Wednesday for a few Mr. W. J. Hudspeth becan a experience did cost him several of business on 11th daj of April, ISIS : Louisville. Fit everywhere, not only; Judge McKenzie ilios. M is. Keiniie will join her C. H. Frith A protracted meeting at the Ravens hundred dollars. the chest. Real Sum;, of Bowling Green, who Moss, there today. RESOURCES. wood Christinn chutch, April sold Ed Barger 66 acres of land Loans and Discounts men$ 19,098.32 was recently prominently mer Underwear. Sargjant likid Boyd of Camp Barger's farm' for 15th. It is progressing with good adjoining Mr. with the tioned in connection Talur, was with his parents, Mr. success This minister is one of $2000. Brodhead Chapter Roval Overdrafts, secured and un 44.73 secured toga race, 'is understood to havo Sold' Exclusively" from SIGNED BOXES and Mrs. Whit Boyd near Kiatt the sebest known Christian preach- Arch Masons, will meet Saturday Stocks, Bonds and other Which Identify the Genuine KLOSED-KROTCcurities' 600.00 informed his friends that ho can Saturday Mid Sunday. ers in the state. He has been evening, May 4th, all members Due fight. 12,565.73 not consider malting the and COOPERS QUALITY Minnie Merrick, nnd preaching for forty years and is are expected to be present.- -- Cash from Banks Mrs. 3,176.20 Others who have been discussed on hand t) Two Big Advantages which cost nothing, daughter, Marguerite, were with a man who at once inspires confi- Attorney C C. Williams was in Banking house, furniture 'extra, butjarejvorth much to you. as probable candidates are Judgo ami fixtures 1,685.33 Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Collins in dence. Mr. Hudspeth has charge town Wednesday on business. Charles Kerr, of Lexington, and L'aris Sunday and Monday. 8 36,860.31 Total of tho Borea Christian Church John Frederick, head sawyer at Judge E. C O'Rear, of Frankfort. Mrs. Bragg Thompson and and has been employed by the tl e A J. Haggard saw mill, LIABILITIES. Louisville Herald. children, and Miss Tunnii Thomp- Kavcnswood church for tho 2nd caught his foot in feed belt Wed- Capital Stock pallid, in cash $ 7,900.00 nesday afternoon breaking his Undivided Profits, less exson, of Crab Orchard, are with Sunday in each month. 113.19 penses and taxes paid leg just above his ankle. Ho W.M. I'oyuter. Mr and Mrs A now time card becomes effec was rushed to the offico of Dr. Deposits subject to check $24,947.12 Tribble Bryant, of Ruekcasile. tive Sunday and we g.t it from a W.F. Carter, where Drs.Grave-l- Demand CertifiFor Infants and Children down third trick at is boldjng 24,947,12 pretty reliablo source, that No. and Carter attended him. It cates of Depos300.00 its i Years In Use For Over Flanagan, on L. & N three 22, tho 1,ouisviiro traiif cfue at is a very unfortunate accident Timo Deposits.. 3(700.00 J Always bears miles south of V inchestor. the 5:21 will run nearly an hour lat- and it will bo several weeks beTotal $ 36,960.31 Signature of Julian Miller is clerking in tho ter schedule. Tho timo is ripo fore Mr. Frederick can be out State of Kentucky, . BCIDavis Drug store. Ho will work to make a move for another train, again. Misses Rissie Williams, Comity of Rockcastle, un-We, L. II. Davis and C. C. McPher-so- n before and after school hours WHOOPING COUGH. but the people between Stanford Ethel Azbill and Tanna Thompand Cashier of tho above school closes and then will and Livingston must show some son were down from Mt. VerCough Give Chamberlain's named Bank, do solemnly swear that ::!::r:t::-t::::J::tfttt- t put in full time. Petitions from Crab non Wednesday, and did some tho above statement is true to the best Remedy to keep the cough loose interest. G. Williams Orchard, Brodhead Mt. Vernon shopping while here. Judge nnd Mrs.R , and expectoration easy. Mr. and of our knowledge asd belief. L. II. Davis, President. and little son, Richard, came and Livingston would be very Mrs. J. F. Carter, who has It is excellent. CCMcPhkuson, Cashier. aver from Covington to be with much in order and if you are in- been with reldtives in Shelby the Judge's mother. Mrs. Mary terested, show your interest by for several weeks, returned here Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of April, 1918. Williams, who today will getting busy and aro My commission expires Apr. 10, 1922. the first of the week, her seventy lifth birthday. with Dr. W. F. Carter and famG.W.MURPIiy, Tho following is tho list ot tho ily. They will soon move back Rockcastle Co., Notary Public. Prof D. II. Lyon, principal Correct Attest : Clyde bovs who till Rockcastle's quota to tho property the doctor got and Misses Myrtle Bryant, R. G. Webb, present call and will leave back from Mr. Allen Hiatt. Watson, Ruth Mullius. Irene for tho M. Thos. G. Welch, for Camp Taylor today: M unlock and Georgia McForron, Wo are glad to see Charley J. P. I;. Erummond, Roy Albert Ramsey, Wildio; Directors. ; : ; i ; ; s i : : : : ; f I. members of tho faculty of tho Hurt out again. He has been Chas-teea E A. Copo, Pine Hill; William D. to his room for the High School attended K. confined Johnetta; Edgar Mullius, 09tt which convened in Louisvillo past six weeks and shows the ; Mt. Vernon; Dock Hines, Lamp Oil th nt Wednesday. eilect of the serious attack of Chas. Singleton, Hiatt; Tim rheumatism he has had. Claud M. C. Williams came over from Saves Eyes French, Cooksburg; Earl Lcece, Owens left for Cincinnati a few ftnthln? Is mora lmrmrtint in th Somerset last night to bo with Gum Sulphur,; W A. McFerron, home than clear, steady light. Iniaro days ago where ho has a good his by getting tho oil that burns his mother today at her seventy PROPERLY FITTED clear ana dam without a Dicker Hansford; Aden Thomason, Mt position. down to the last drop. Pennsylvania celobration. of the Pioneer fifth anniversary Vernon; John Menifee, Langford; crude oil refined to perfection. GLASSES Cotts no more than tho Inferior All of Mrs. Williams' children Miltnnkwagon oils cares MONEY saves Earnest Wood, Livingston; AT THE RIGHT TIME SRRVICES AT THE CHRIS WORK saves eyes. will eat birthday dinner with her Davis, Store from Chas Your dealer has SOLITK OIL In lard Sutton, Brodhoad; Luther Of IB TIAN CHURCH SUNDAY. barrels direct from our works. today, oxcopt her son John, who Burdine, Ottawa; Harrison Mink, Greatest Importance, the will continue the busines lives at Los Angelos, California. Wildie; Richard VanWinklo, Tom Chas. G. Stoil Oil Co. Sunday school 9:45. If your eyes aro showing any deEverett Muliins, son of Judgo J. Bullen, Wildio, Casper Owens, Lexington, Ky. Preaching services 11 fects now Is tho timo to bee Refinery at Warren, I'a. same old stand. Cam Muliins has a position as of Spiro, goes as n volunteer. Tho Monthly meeting of tho oflicial WsecU thecslcbratcd "KoCarb-- ' The Optician & N. at DR. MOORE, yard clerk with the L. Auto OIL special train which will carry board 3 p. in. Cox Uullilirv;, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Covington at a salary of $70 per tho boys into camp will pass thru complete line of patents and Junion Endeavor 6:30. month. Wo hopo that Everett Mt. Vernon botween 12 and 1 Sonior Endeavor 7:15 will try to make as good a re- o'clock today. drug sundries' will always be Preaching sorvico 8. This is cord as his fathor, who for a to be a union service with tho found on hand. number. of years was special Tho late Legislature passed congregation of the Presbyterian agent for the L & N. and made u an act creating tho Kentucky congregation. Tho subject for most enviable record and at any Council of Defense upon which it tho discourse will bo the PhilosoP. are cordially invited to confers great, powers and tre phy of Germany and its attack timo that ho should want to to that line of wotk, thero mondous responsibility. Under upon a World Civilization. come in and see us when in is no question but that the way this law it has tho power to Investigate all rumors of treasonaMCFARLAND MEMORIAL. need of anything in our line. will bo open. indicating ble acts or remarks Sunday School at 0:45 Sunday LOCAL and to call upon morning, followed by preaching See us when you need Kaisoc tho authorities of any community service at 1:00 o'clock. Tun blasphemies of the aro endless in number. Ho is to co operate with thorn in the arand Oil to do your Spring Christian Endeavor at usual now using posters depicting rest of any who is subject to ar- hour in the evening in rooms at rest. Men of high character Langdon Memorial school Christ leading tho brutish barbarians to battle. will bo appointed In every preOur regular Sunday evening Underneath the picture appears cinct to assist in this work. preaching sorvico will be omitted in favor of this store is the fact that th most Edward W. Hinos of Louisvillo in order that congregation mav tliis admonition given by the is chairman ot the Board. County be free to attend special services -- skillful niechaiuea always come here lor theirs. Savior when here on earth, Councils of Defense and special held In the cnrisiian ciiurcn in I am with you always." You don't have to be told tho reason. You from representatives duty shall bo to response to suggestion boy looking to Dan Glovor, a ., . can easily figure it out yourself. Snn'v MrArioo that all churchns .t. 'KENTUCKY MT. VEllNON i,nflhnnr,slfmrS old Ibut claim- - vigilantly guaru iue .UM.k set apart a day as "Liberty Sun COME AND SEE. tho State and to report treasona-o- day." ing to be only .2, rodo into town X acts or utterances as are s a bicycle which he offered for,' bto The first school annual to be cal to the prosecution of the This than half price. class persons or nut out by tho graduating to warn ;; and aroused the suspicion of sheriff of tho Mt. Vernou High school, "HII- - us generally of such acts or will bo issued by the 1918 class. Langford who took the young, bodies I want all tho bains Hams: Mt. man In charge when ho confessed utterances, and to exercise such you have to bell. Will lny 25 FOR FLETCHER'S that ho had stolen tho whcelln other powers as may bo bestowed K Kv. FOR FilTCHCITS Lexington. Ho is In jail await-- ' Up01l tuom by said Stato Council cts lor lb. TV I AU "" .W.C3 Cm action of tho grand jury. T.J. PENNINGTON. o Dofense or by Congress. Willio Wallon, who is working JUDGE on a farm near Sutherland, Iowa, Eld. II. W. Elliott, of Sulphur, writes that he attended a sale EAD BJ. BETHURUM U.S. SENATOR " 79 ! box-suppe- r ' ..,. gen-euit- or, rj. MConil-ci- 1- y 1 bp-irk- s It's Not Hot If you wear Union Suits vvnmv k mm I 7 MMUB& .Vv'. 1 demountable 1 at H - y C ASTORIA 30 k 1 . THE CASH STORE 1 - 1 1 oaeastjt t?:?:::::s:st::::::!t cele-bra- to PIONEER DRUG STORE 1 . DWIGHT BOWMAN, Prop. n, Ufciiasren OrjF m Lang-ford- je.A.sTLOLK IM 'the M HAVING PURCHASED L. Drug at I A KHKKB IXEZ25Z4KZ25 0 ro-tur- You HARD 1 WARE Argument Paint mad-man- 's a Painting. "Bo-bol- d ... Pioneer Drug Store -- 1 n inl-les- c. c: OTiildrati ,B ry Vernon, cox e Opoosite Court House Children Ory E2IXaZ2cr3XEZDl3XEZ2XiIiHK CASTORIA yMrtjft'jww I 5 I 1 arm taken off midway of tlie el bow and wrist mid I h.id not re. ceived any wounds on the Hold Interesting They did it to put one more mm Lette r out of their wny. So 1 sinid until the stub honied, taking in Ky. Camp Tiiyl-irevery thing I s.iw. So one day l(t April 6, iui8. I found a tank cn'tninlng enough Dour paronU and nil: O gas to kill every limly in 50 O W- ! ft ZL V m. I received your letter yester- miles. 1 watched my chances, day. Was sure glad to hear " t waited my plans, then Be a Well as Consumer from mi. I toolc an exinilnii-t'O'i- , for darkness. When it came I Bought, aud which has been. The Kind You Have Always on ftwllo Work ti ilny, but stoic to the lank, found tluco la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his don't know Iioat I came out sentries and I found a rillc of RAISE LIVE STOCK nnd POULTRY and GKAIN and VEGETABLES 6onal supervision since Its infancy. yet. 2u . I Inul some time fourth one, who went into the ot. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. MAKE MONI5Y AND DEPOSIT WITH and Sunday. I went with Innpital. I r.iised liU rillo with are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and llio ist group to my left hand the tnud of placed It to my Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of a DIoomfiild, Ky , 5O miles Irom shoulder aud fired I killed one Infants and Children Experience against Experiment tax hero. The pcop'e paid our ex man and the gas from tho tank I pontes 011 tilt! tr ji down there lot the others, for the bullet Money in the pocket burns, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, SAVE A PART OP ALL you earn, Pnt it nml fed us like kite's; introduced went through tho tank about Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains in tho Pcojiles Bank. 4 Open up n checking account with us. Your cnneellud We four feet from the ground. I us to lots of beautiful girls neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its checks returned will show where your nionoy has gone, nnd thoy will spur you age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has staid there from 10 111.104:30 made my way out ns far away ns on to save for tho better things of life. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, p. in. Then they put us, 31 men, I could tliHi lay on my face, cut Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising 1. in ai'tos and brought us to Louis my co it tail and shirt tail and PAY therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ville, boUKht our suppers for us tied them around my head mak the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. a. and took u t to the largest tlieatic ing crude mask and lay there ao The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. in town. Tlien they brought us until I could see 0110 sentry after ::: :. s t t s t :: : :!::? :: a a ::: I i I11111 a GENUINE i ALWAYS to camp bticli line people you another fall to bis knees and lay . ... never saw. Every body said our down. I wound my wny for J tr:! ScS8iS-iS) Bears the Signature of homes ate open to you an thing thi'io days through wood, marsh J you want is yours If it isn't and every thing and at last came heie, wo will get it for ou ton Belgian peasant who cnrrltd What do you think of that, eh? mo to my own lines, more dend in i PICTURE r AVCRAAt L Wn went down there adver than alive. They treated my WHM IIM(j Using U. 5. Liberty Bonds. 3S jWy lungs atii fed mo mid Sent nit jfgr-K-&l COMMITTEE TO COME While we wen there, there was home and I am telling the pco AROUND AKDGET HIS I P an old gentleman ioorly dressed plo what it is to bo in Hell for 5UD5CRIPTJOM S HP- came up with a little Jersey three years with four othor broili The Kind You Have Always Bought He ers and me be the only ono to re cow worth about $35.00 THE CENTAUR COMPANY. WW VOWK CITV. drove her up into the circle of turn. Dun't stand back and say tho band, wo were playing on to hell with tho Huns, but build Main street, and the band leader the lire hot with our dollars stepped the music and nsk liim and your boys vill send every to get out but ho raised up in ono ol them there." There were his stirrups, and said: "Uciitlc other speeches that were good scnAfrnt. ilmAnltijawlc mirc imvi;? i&ilwj Ifinre-Iaxfix-w-'on tho Soin me front in Franco to 81011 on tlie public than an the i CHAR&E put together This officer day fighting: tiie blcod thirsty rest not get anv thing for his THE BoYS ARE WAITlNGi FoKl does A i .J As Huns, aud 1 wish I was able to time, our Government is paying A COMMITTEE TO COME. lAROUrD UJaCE 'EM " go and help them fight but I his expenses to help push the Well, 1 guess this can t, I am too old and broke Bonds. for this time, write soon rown. But I can kill a German AhtiiukG Douu. by helping our boys. So I urn 2nd Co, 1st Bit. m going to sell this cow to tho Camp Taylor, Ky. highest bidder and the money received for her will go to the If you spend it If you save Red Cross funds. How mucli FOP FLETCHER'S am I offered for the cow? First bid $loo; Second, $200; Third, Be DO YOU SLEEP WELL to yourself and $250; Fourth, $375; Fifth $700 To bo at his best a man must for this cow I am offered. $703, deposit a small ref robing sleip. have sound, and there are men here that cin When wakeiul and restless at write a check for $7000. and it niuht ho Is in no condition for regularly would not hurt thorn as much work or business during the day. m as it hurts mo to give this scrub Wakefulness is often caused by cow. Anotner man bid on tlie indigestion and constipation, and is quicklv relieved by Chamber cow and Handed Uio old gont lain's Tablets. Try a dose of $1000 in gold drawn from the these tablets and see how much bank just' ten minutes before. better you feel with a clear head Tho old gentleman turned to a and good digestion. lied Cross nurse and handed her per cent Interest Paid on Savings the money. Then after it was over wo led n big parade thru ms J8 town. There were lots of speeches V A made. Ono by a Lieut, of the Canadian lorces who wont to Franco in April 1914. I will give you some parts of it. ' Patriotic citizens, you are here, having a good time, yes contented, not afraid of any thing happening to you, eating white Cottage, Bungalow, and great mansion all alike need bread, cakes, pies, and everyIlanna's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may bo In use forover40yearl over ao costly, and of pleasir.gr architecture, but it must be thing else tlie Americans can Thousands of voluntary kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered atpossibly cook, and our boys in letters from women, telltractive. ing oi the good Cardui Franco living in mud to their SHERIFF'S SALE FOR Usfaff Ilanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an $ioo REWARD;, $too COMMISSIONER'S SALE. knees, wet straw or tho mud for has done them. This i as on nvestment. It pays back a good deal more TAXES. The readers of this paper will 0! the value war bread, beans a bed, eating the best proof than it costs 5: protecting property, in beautifying it, and ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT bo pleased to learn that there is 0! Cardui. It proves that and such things as thoy can get in its satisfactory service. I will on Monday, April 22, it at least ono dreaded disease that COURT. Cardui Is a good medicine their hands on, and that very being regular County Court day, scienco has been ablo to cure in Missouri Ramsby, for women. iittlo. Facing ono of tlie most at the front door of tho Court all its stagos and that is catarrh. Admrx. of Plaintiff. blood thirsty enomies tho world There are no harmful or House, in Mt Vernon, Ky., offer S. B. Ramshy, Catarrh being greatly inlluenced habit forming drugs In lias ever known. In deadly gas for sale to the highest biader the by constitutional conditions reva : Commissioners Salii Cardui. It is composed most of tho time and yet we W. C. KiltBY, &c, Dofendants. following tracts or parcels of land, quires constitutional treatment. only of mild, medicinal think that the war will soon bo By vlrturo of a judgment and to satisfy the tax duo tho county Hall's Catarrh Mcdisino Is taken ingredients, with no bad over. What makes you thing it order of sale of the Rockcastle nnd stato for the years 1916 and internally and acts thru the Blood will end soon ? Friends, I will on the Mucou.. Surfaces of tho Circuit Court, rendered at the 1917: never end tell you tho war will Precinct No 1. January term thereof, 19I8, in System therohy destroying the TAKE until every man and woman in Tux & cost tho above styled cause, tho un- Coircy, Mary, I town lot 6 8fl inundation of the disease, giving tho U. S. and Canada quit wastdersigned, will on Monday, May Ramsey, Mrs SH. 1 town lot .. 25 29 the patient streng'h by building ing food, by filling your stomaclios u J0 up town lot Wallcn, MmRolierta, 6, i9i8, between tho hours of the constitution and assisting on cakes, pies arid other things Precinct No. 7. o'clock and 4 o'clock p. in. at nature in doing its work. Tlie so costly. Save tho money and Tax &eost the front door of the court I'ishback, Mrs Ada, I town lot. f 9 01 proprietors havo do much faith you will kill tho Huns, wasto it Vernon, Jane, The Woman's Tonic house at Mt. Kentucky, Kockcas I'olbush, V, NR,NR, 1 town lot . 142 30 in the curative powers of Hall's and they will kill our boys. 40 Catarrh Medidue that thoy offer 3 town lotu,... proceed Same, J tlo County, the use of Givo Undo Sam 5 45 Quo Hundred to expose to public sale, to tho Whltaker, James, 4 acres Dollars for any You can rely on Cardui. your money at 4 per cent and Vreclnet No. 8. Surely it will do for you highest biddor, the following do caso that it falls to euro. Send Tn v nnat stop tho war or send your boys what it has done for co scribed property: $ 11 84 for list of testimonials. Norton, J M, 1764 acres tiie next to tho battle field for many thousands of other 4 80 Ono lot located in Mt. Vernon, Renner, R S, 80 acres Address F. J. Cheney & Co., any interest 20 years without women! It should help. 3 07 Toledo, Ohio County, Ky., aud Rentier, M F, 25 acres Rockcastle he "1 was taken sick, Take your choice. Then 2 20 bounded on tho north by Main Dyre, N J, 40 acres Hold by all Druggist, seemed to be ," 75c. drew a telegram from hia pocket Street; on tho east and south Precinct No. 10. writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, by tho L & N. right of way; on and read: Tax & cost of Madison Heights, Va. the west by property recently Mobley, J tunes, 185 acres 7 38 Ottawa, Canada, April 7,1918 " got down so weak, owned by W. T Smith, 2 58 MinV. Mrs M K. 30 acres Dear Charles: could hardly walk . . . and now owned by bis Overbay, Mrs Nanoy, 100 acres. 10 83 Your only brother was killed Just staggered around. heirs. Preclnot No. 12. on the frocr, the 5th. (signed) I read of Cardui, Tax & cost Sale to be made on a credit of and after faking one botYour broken hearted mother. 9 2 58 tle, or before taking quite Then he said: six months; purchaser will bo re- Lay, Prank, 15 acres all, I felt much better. I of five and young I am tho last Cam Mullins, quired to glvo bond with ap took 3 or 4 bottles at est 32 years old. wo landed in of Rockcastle Co. proved security for the payment to that time, and was able Satisfaction Guaranteed Paris tho 17 of April 1DI7. All of the purchase money to have do my work. I take it In well and wo were togethor until the spring when runService treasonable force and effect ofajudg. tho down. had no appetite, one day, I saw my oldest brothot ment, bearing legal interest from LINE OMP LET10 and I commenced eating. Will fill engagements at tail. I went to him, all of no date of sale, with a loin reserved It is the best tonic I ever Co flins, Caskets & Robes auy time on short notice avail. His head was torn of by Dentist all the pur on said property until saw." Try Cardui. a bursting shell and I rushed inchase money is paid. Mail, Telegraph or Telev, Phone 3Q Brodhead Exchange 0Bm Over fell. to tho gas, from it All Druggists G.S. Griffin, Promptly U.G. phone Orders BLF Jl f KJLJ Baker's Store Five days later I recovered from V. J.W WTa Master Commissioner, my long sleep, to find myself in a CfMlcXren" KENTUCKY MT. VBRNON, Rockcastle Circuit Court. FOR FLETCHER'S German hospital with my right ARTHUR DODD Writes . :::::::!:t5::::::::?::::!::p::::::p:::?:t:::s:::!p::ps:t:::::55:r5:f55::::: Children Cry for Fletcher's -- 1 : Food will Win the DON'T WASTE IT 0 l a RAISE IT laid-ou- Producer As w 1 per-ly- -j. 11 but-unla- y "Just-as-goo- What is CASTOR A PEOPLES BANK f 1 11 WE 1 mm m INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS m m 11 PEOPLES BANK 11 A CASTORIA aabas tiiii.it 1 .:::: m m m m m mm MT. VERNON, KY. m m m Z x m :. 11111 ZZZ Z Z 1 :::: Z Z 1 1 ClL&& "How Long Would It Take to Get theKaiser 1 I " In Use For Over 30 Years vr? jffiiM fSPtii- ", " 'W 4T C. f P K x " -- WhctfSMasin3fitrfittBcrS ur The Money You Earn?! You Are Others Are it true amount with BY A Sjv. I rWl v-S- I S fe and i Children Cry GASTORIA V ! ineDanKOTivix.vernon 3 i feSSB For Weak Women TL "Green Seal'd" Home ex-pen- se -- alter-elfec- ts. CARDUI s y s 1 1 J.B. NOE ... '. ... V R. L. GRANVILLE OWBNS SMITH f AUCTIONEER Undortak r ?rk9.9uad f' Filled DR. WALTER anJ f Dry