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VERNON, Sffllial 3. 1918 ESTABLISHED J887- VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY NUMBER 32 Lend Him A Han 1 i SsMfflr' JiUNf if MOTHERS OF SOLDIERS for a soldier to remind us that we are not just mothers, "and it doth not yet appear now, we are mothers of soldiers what we shall be.' i15 BUI xll f''fa f ' IT remained Somehow, we found the courage to send our sons away with smiles and blessings from lips that we strove to keep from quivering. Have we now that deeper courage to face the picture of where they are today, or may be next week, next month, or next year, if we do not help to the last cent, to the last atom of our mother-love- ? pretty picture for a mother to face, God knows, but we are mothers of soldiers and we must face it. Way back in the baby days when a fall brought that first streaming gash on his curly head, we had to shut our teeth and face it then in order to cleanse and heal the hurt. Today, his need is so much greater, his hurts are so much deeper. Now that he is away from us, we catch ourselves drifting back to these baby days. We thrill again at the touch of groping velvet fingers, exploring our eyes and our lips and tangling our hair. The pressure of dimpled feet, sturdy even and we yearn over in their rebellious moods, stirs our pride in our man-chilthe v jight of the little yielding body grown heavy with sleep in our arms. We live over again the years of his so sheltered and wrapped in our love. Almost we lull ourselves into peace with our dreams, but we are mothers of soldiers and this is no time for such luxuries as dreams. Caked with mud and covered with filth, splashed with the blood of his comrades, deafened by bursting shells, blinded by smoke, choked with gas fumes, aching with weariness, yet stumbling on do we know how soon this may be a picture of the boy who is ours ? All their sacrifice and their suffering and their courage will be useless unless we can keep sending them ships and more ships loaded with arms, ammunition, food, clothing, hospital supplies, and all the paraphernalia of war. Just as in those old days we used to plan and save and deny ourselves every pleasure to keep him supplied with knickers and blouses and toys and school books and endless pairs of little shoes and stockings so now it is for these other, these gruesome needs that our mother-lov- e must find a way. It cost so little to build a ship, to make an aeroplane, to buy a gun, but we are mothers of soldiers, and if it is these they need, these they shall have. We will find a way as only mothers can. Is it so much to ask of us, just that we go on being mothers to help our boys ? A few more sacrifices, a little more a little more courage to go without, a little more mother-lovThat is all. This Third Liberty Loan is a call to mothers of soldiers to give as we used to give when they were our little lads to give without counting the cost. Every dollar invested in Liberty Bonds brings its sure return in protection for our boys, and in hurrying the day when they shall come back to us from the lurid hell of those front line trenches. Mothers of soldiers, this is our war our boys are fighting it. It will be our VICTORY, when they have silenced the enemy for all time. The money we invest in Liberty Bonds we are only loaning to keep our boys alive to bring them home. It is not a d, tittle-boy-time self-effacement, IBmLTY fiitfrnSmk nun I iw WnfMfffmSk i e. r Lend Him A w eIe imKiimlm J "H llll Hillll IFIl wMmrJfJm Aiim07 w LIBERTY BUY This space was contributed by the following Mt. Vernon Patriotic Business Men J. il&Mmmk BO&JDS R GRIFFIN Groceries and Feed of all kinds U. G, BAKER General Store, Furniture and Hardware Gents Furnishings W. R BAKER Groceries and Hardware W- - M. J. FISH & SON SUTTON & McBEE General Merchants JONAS McKENRIE General Merchandise R. & E. B. C&k M. L MILLER General Merchandise General Store W. A. McKENZIE Restaurant and Groceries POYTER Groceries, Hardware and Mill Feed If you don't own a Liberty Bond, you ought to, and tomorrow is your last chance to get one Be right and feel right by owning a THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BOND. 'V ' I ... lMMiiliMMHMMhaMMMMtiM Mt. Vernon Signal those days was tAlremely scarce, Bud nder.-o-n looks .fler.be the news being held to a mere u Flanagan. Miss Clara Harmon spent quarter of a column which w. is Anotne $3o,oU0 suit has been phu rsday with her sister, Mrs Friday, May 3, 191S headed, "By Telegraph Reported Med in connection with the Pas- George Perciful. Mr. Tom Mink. for the Cincinnati D.vly Ei qu time theatre disaster of March Published every Friday by tnaic'i-iu- j near this place, was struck oy U. S. troops Igh In this suit the city is also of S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR lightning last Monday and is in into Mexico. iMews from Eu made a defendant. Miss a very serious condition. rope was fiom three to The largest "tank" ever con- - JThelma Barnes ipent Saturday $I.O weeks old. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR stmcted, and weighing 45 tons; night with Miss Lucy Howard "1 11 take hair or the fee you Mtta in the United States has' George Winstead has moved to Advertising rates mauc knoum on you will receive for the marriage armed in France. It has been Wabb. Robert Sowder is ed ceremony you are to perform, in application America. berrd with the rick. Mist Lucy payment for the rig I am furnishThe body of Joo Horine, a na-- 1 Mink will teach the school at ing you," said the liveryman to a county, who died on this place again this year We MEMBER OF clergyman who had been called tiveof this a naval vessel off France, is due 'are having a very cold spell or CENTUCKV PRESS ASSOCIATION , . to the country to tie the knot, for it suppose it must, o vu to arrive 111 Winchester during weatner. "1 am a thousaud a couple. winter it is week. He was the nnlv son w ml l'or w" times obliged to you," remarked the thought by most all the peopl.of Wm. Horine, who is a foreman thai the fruit is killed But it the groom after the splicing tock was non- on the r ad where the writer is ihere is no other fruit except the place The liveryman vile strawberry, we will be blest plussed upon receiving his part inspector. with a bountiful ciMO of them -of the fee when the preacher Nirs. Viola Gentry spent featur JUDGE MULLINS ISSUES advised that he was "rive hunday and Sundav with her mother PROCLAMATION. Mrs. Fannie Rash. Mrs Clara dred times obliged for the use Way Max. By The Boon e Caimical, and son, Russel spent of the rig. Recognizing that the supreme Monday with Mrs Luther Cum need of our country at 'his time next "Go A number of newspapers dipt intnsai Mt Vernon -- There are is that its citizens should have some few in this part who nave Sunday is being given a big im- Billy Caldwell's letter from petus thruout thecity and county. France which appeared in Sig- the highest type of Christian commenced to plant corn, but in character, we ought to put forth general the people are behina big quantities of & puds were in nal early in Apiil. our best efforts in moral and rehg-- 1 Wlth thls workevidence during 'potato" week The prediction that the petro- ious training. FOR A SPRAINED aNKLE for the conservation of wheat. leum supply of the world would As soon as possible after the Whereas: The Sundav School Tea cents worth et bacon today be exhnusted within next 30 is one of the most powerful fac- injury is receive 1 get a bottle et just about suffices to make four years has been headed off. Dis tors in character building and so Chamberlain's Liniment and fol greasy spots on a smooth sur-fac- e coveries of oil bearing shales, by large a nuuiuer ui uur ueomt: iire low the plain printed direction which accompany the bottle. and possibly three bites for the U. S. Geological Survey, in missing the influence and trainthe "big eater" et Skeggs Valley. Colorado and Utah, in inexhaust-abl- e ing of this great institution, we quantities (mountains of it), heartily commend and endorse The Red men gave a war dance PROPERLY FITTED' which produce 36 gallons to the the action of the Kentucky sun-da- y and fish fry last Friday night I ton of shale. Of all the quant-tie- s GLASSES School Associ ition in apTotal number of pounds conof oil ever produced thru pointing May 5, 1918, as ago AT THE RIGHT TIME sumed i5o. Some twenty pale out past ages it is comparable Day. is of face captives were made to run only as a "drop in the bucket Greatest Importance, Therefore: VVt the officers of the gauntlet before being adopted with reference to these late dis- KockcasMe County, call upon all If your eyes are bowing any deinto the tribe. Bob Merritt de coveries in the west by Uncle of our citizens to cooperate heart fects now is the time to see nies having eaten nine pounds of Sam's men. There is no danger ily in this movement, and rethe finny fatn.ly, scales and all. DR. MOORE, The Optician of the buzz wagons running quest each person in the county Bob is trutht, (when asleep). Cox Buildiiur, lt. Vernon. Kv. short of fuel for some centuries to attend Sunday School on May No serio obi le accident yet. 5 th. have occ ed here, so far, during Whereas: The Kentucky Sunfhe past winter being so un-f- a the sprin day School Association, and orbe some "turn tur orable fcr hempbreaking and tie" and mmo nishaps have tak- the work has been delayed so that ganization representing all of the Sunday Schools of our state, en place. it will be up in the summer be- has appointed May 5th, 1918, Day, An obedient wife believes every fore it is completed which makes as a Go to Sunday-Schoo- l the scarce labor market, "over hoping to have one million pee thing ber husband tells her unday. til he has been married at least here." even scarcer and more pie in Sunday School that to Whereas: We two weeks. But after she has difficult to obtain for highway produce a greater all desire and a better been married two years she and other work. Kentucky and believe that one of would'nt believe him if he told the most helpful ways of secur Nat B. Sewell, one of Laurel Lamp Oilth i her that it was da light at noon- county s gifted sons, state In ing better citizens is by gather together in the W Saves Eyes "Mt.Venon Plaerc," located specter and Examiner, who has uig ourselves to study the word Sunday School , Nothing is more important in ths in west part of Winchester, near so signally and W home tlian clear, steady light. Insure e successfully of God. m his by setting the oil that burns 1 Wesleyan College, has a large managed the intricate and dim" W clear and clean without a flicker Therefore: I, Tudge of Rock-caotl- e down to the last drop. Pennsylvania number, probably two dozen, cult affairs and duties pertaining f County Court call upon all j crude oil refined to perfection. B Costa no more than thy Inferior w new and splendid residences and to that office, has many staunch of our citizens to cooperate in the I' Y savta W WORK saves eves. others in course of erection. and prominent friends over the Go to Sunday School Day camYour dealer has SOLITE OIL in I barrels direct from our works. This locality, with a name simi- - State who see in him most suita paign and urge all the inhabivisitors ! of laa to his home town, has an ble timber for the candidacy for tantsare onr townusand the Chat fc StoSI Oil Co. to attend Sunwho anions attraction for the writer. It is nomination for Governor. In day School on Sunday, May 5th, H Lexington, Ky. Prinery at Warren, Pa. D destined to be the prettiest resi- conversation with Mr. Sewell, in 1918. B Wr cell the cslebrated "NoCarbs m Cam Mullins, dential section of the city. g B Auto Oil. refereuce to the rumor of his Judge Rockcastle County probable candidacy, he admitted Corn gathering is not entirely Court. l HM PWBffiMgWeWBgfJBWelr to the writer that he had some completed in Clark county. sugge-tion- s to that effect from Labor over here reached the souk of his friends He gave stage where it demands to be no intimation that "Barkis is hauled back and forth between willin;'' "Many friends ask me town and country to work in to run; "1 am in the hands of automobiles or auto trucks out my friends;'' but remarked: "It T Mr. Wm. W. Everly, 3323 North as far as 12 to 15 miles. This is indeed pleasant to have friends Hancock Street. Philadelphia, Pa., I Now is true where road working, who place me so highly in their writes: "1 have been troubled with stomach hemp breaking, harvesting eu; estimation, and I greatly appreci Enjoy disorders since childhood, but after is done. Mr DarKey, living in ate the same; but my belief is taking six bottles of your Peruna, I also et The Best now eniov the besthead,health. I practown has things going his way that the time has arrived for our which had catarrh in the in that line. They must be party to drop factional differto tically has disappeared,--thanof ..sssal B the Peruna Co. for their good work." hauled or they simply wont go ences and unite upon and nomiThey sit back in the machines nate the strongest man we have Those who object to liquid mediHealth cines can procure Peruna Tablets. and spit 'backer juice at the in the Democratic party, no mat telephone poles as they go whiz ter what section of the State he zing by, occasionally hitting the may hail from. If we do this I eye of some passer by. we shall elect our ticket next The writer greatly enjoyed year. But you may mark it down the most excellent letter of Ar- once for all, that the people, thur Oodd in last week's Signal. rather than the politicians, will More of the boys should write. say who is the most available Every citizen is interested in the man to head our next ticket." doings of our soldier boys of In the language of Col. Mulfirst step tohas been many Rockcastle. berry Sellers, "There's millions in it," for the man who will inward successe It might be yours. Dont despond! vent a successful power hemp-breaCheer up my son, an account to day with the More than a hundred Buy a bond different machines have been And kill a Hun. tried out, with varied or partial On the left hand side of the success. The old wooden man drive, but a short distance from power break is still resorted to. the entrance gate of the Win Increased wages to labor in cheater cemetery, is the grave of this part of the moral vineyard Claiborn Lisle, said to have been doesn't seem to help matters increase in deposits and in numa disbeliever in future punish- greatly especially is this so with ment On a mar her standing the negro element. Many of our ber of customers is evidence close to his large monument is whom, during the hemp breakservice is satisfactory and of the conan inscription placed thereon by ing season work only from three directions left in his will, which to four days a week, pulling down fidence of customers. reads as follows: from $20 to $30, which burns US "What conscience dictates to be their pockets until they get it spent; a large portion of it going done, for booze which they procure in bank will gladly take your subOr bids me not to do. a neighboring city. Is more than hell to shun, scription to the Or Heaven to pursue. "Billy" Baker, the one armed Loan for U. S. 41 per cent Bonds re man, of Rockcastle, has the posiIn a car load of old ceived at Dncinnati from Pitts tion of day watchman in the little which are the safest investment in burg recently many copies of old "day house" at the L & N., Main the world editions of Cincinnati Enquirer street crossing in North Win were found. The oldest of the Chester. Russel Proctor, operator and papers were dated April 1, 1848 Five of the 28 columns was made Cleve Hayes agent with two asW.H.COTTONGIM. L.H.DAVIS, President. np of news, most of which was sistants and operators are run c.c. Mcpherson, cashier. from several days to sever; ning things at North Winchester weeks old. Telegraph news in station, formerly L & E railroad. I n?ettMMIMtevAetttttt(MMMMMItMMMMMMMl HO PE WELL eeeeeeeceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, eeeeeeee.t eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.ee eeeeeeeee me Walk-Ov- er ff-u- r SHOES num-rvHn- ! , i $5.00 you need new shoes, yet don't want to pay more five dollars, you want the mobt to be had in Shoe for five shoes for that money. There is a Walk-Ovdollars that it will pay you to see. - WHEN er WAYSIDE NOTES Walk-Ov- er Sooes have a reputation for exceptional quality, Economy Shoes at five dollars service, and value. Walk-Ov- er - uphold that reputation. These shoes don't make much money for us but they do make many friends and customers. a ! KM ILL M Shoes ure iuantP'aeturetl at GnapeHo, Brockton, Mass,, ate sold iu all the important towns and cities of the world, and the world over bear the same trade mark. Walk-Ove-r lifts 1 A complete line of shoes at $5. $7. and $8 Economy lines at $5. Special lines $9 to $ 1 2 Si J Sutton & McBee Ml Vernon, Ky, I SEED CORN at may advertise under this head 5 cents per line each issue. Thost' having Seed Corn for sale MBKveKU ill fcSUXSeV'v' "A V V - - Wv, .aa:i SEED CORN FOR SALE Diamond Joe's Big Early While qu Day Corn. Tested q8 per cent germination $4.00 per bushel. Auch Hayes, Brodhead, Kv. Apr 19 31 Telephone in residence n i ifi : ENLI ST Service U. S. Bonds, War Savings Stamps, and U. S. Thrift Stamps people from money saved from their incomes - every dollar spent evil. When that dollar buys laLor tr.d materials for equipping our army navy tt has a double force- - first it cease to aid the enemy and second it :s firM-in- g for us In the behalf of manKind. 13e - Wthe tankwafjonoils-saveaMONE- J "" Stomach Troubles Since Childhood PERUNA Made Me Well ks C'oniinued from 4th page The War Meeting held at the Baptist Church, Monday night, was the largest attended and one most enmiisiasuc gatner-ingii me its nature held in our towns of since the war hegaii Naturally the people were disappointed that the Canadian Soldier, who had been adverti.-e- d as one of the speakers, failed to get here owing to bad train connectiens. However, Mr. Hobbs, the principal speaker, was! very forceful, and the following subscription list to the Third was the outcome of the meeting, a portion of which had been R. H. previously subscribed : Hanim, $1,000: CH Frith, $1 .Ooe; A. E Albright. $r,ooo; W. J. McQueen, $1,000; J L- Hasty. $1,000; citizens Bank, $500; Mr. R. H. Hanim, $500; Fred Snivel, $5')o; Ard Cox, $500; W A Tyree. $700; P. $300; W.P.Hays. $200; Jacob Elder.200; R I..Smith,$2oo; A.M Hiatt,$2oo; W.O.Yadon$ioo; Kmmitt Parkerson $100; M. G Fish $100: Susan Fish, $100; Alice Albright, $100; J. Wr. Brown, $100; Wm.Hysinger,$2oo; Charley L,ib-Loa- Your Dollars in Your Country's must be purchased by the for an unnecessary thing is a force for sure that your pennies, niche Is. dirr-e- , quarters and dollars are enlisted In tr e cause of your country An idle del: ir is a SLACKER dollar, but a dollar wasted In war time is a TRAITOR dollar THE STARTING OF A Ban k Accou nt mens Albright, $100; Mrs tiube Cox, $io ; Miss Lena McCall, $100; Mrs J .W.Tate$5o; Ben Yadon,$5o; RG. Dodd, $50; Mrs. R.G Dodd, $50; Mrs. Bettie Hail. $50; E. H. Saylor, $50; A. T. Furnish, $50; Mildred Robins, $50; W. H. Albright, $50; Junior Order, $50; Ralph Albright, $51); Levi Est-ridg- Hurt, $100; E A. Cox, 100; Arch All Banks and the Post Office Sell the Stamps i 1I1VU IY THE UNITED STATES .GOVERNMENT i 4 Jt SAVINGS STAMPS I k. Start First State Bank LIVING STON, KY. that OF Our Stepheus, so; A. J. Sutton, Trate, $50. N"o one is' $50; better pleased with the list given than Cashier A. M. Hiatt, whose allotment through the Citizens SIDNEY S ODELL Bank was $9,200, which was over- District Deputy, subscribed nearly $2,000. Besides Barhourville, K.y. UM amount subscribed for the' Third Liberty Loan, Postmaster' Granville Owens sold Thrift Stamps to the amount of nine hun-dred dollars. The Kailroad men , at this place subscribed thru the ' LendHim Railroad Company and their names' are not in the above list. Brod-head is doing her bit, and her bit is all she can do- - her Lest. M. A. J-1 1 $50; Mrs.L.N.Bowling,$5; THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY 1 MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA a n i) YV. H. FISH. Clerk Dixie Camp, Mt. Yemen, Ky. , ENOCH sons MORGAN'S co. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Missouri Ramsey, ) Plaintiff. Admrx. of ) S. B. Ramsey, vs: Commissioners Sale, W. C. our For JoSoL SAPQLIO For LET This SERVE YOU Third LIBERTY prrs FIRST STATE BANK Vice-Preside- 1 Defendants. - Don't Talk -- Buy Now words-A- ct judgment and By virtue order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the One lot located in Mt. Vernon, proved security for the payment January term thereof, 1918, in Ky., and of the purchase money to have un- Rockcastle County the above styled cause, the Monday, May bounded on the north by Main the force and effect of a judgdersigned, will on 6, 191 8, between the hours of 1 Street; on the east and south by ment, bearing legal interest from on the o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m., at the L. & N. right date of sale, with a lein reserved door of the court west by property recently owned on said property until all the the front house at Mt. Vernon, Rockcas- by W. T. Smith, deceased, and purchase money is paid. tle County, Kentucky, proceed now owned by his heirs G. S. Griffin. Sale to be made on a credit of to expose to public sale, to the Master Commissioner, six months; purchaser will be rehighest bidder, the following de Rockcastle Circuit Court. quired to give bond with ap scribed property: Kirby, &c, of a ECONOMY PATRIOTISM "Actions speak louder iharr of-wa- v; Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, May 3. 191S 79 ''No. 70" whf wbot toComruun c wilhSIONAL 110 "79 tOOIBVILLC NSMWILLC R R CO. TIME TABLE. 2 21 If you have anything to con 3:i5 a m Mt. Vernon, Ky. n:44 a m tribute to the Red .Cross sale, 1A south PERFECT COMPOST. an old hen, to a 12:13 am anything from II South Why worry along with discomthreshing machine, bring it in Agent. next Mrndav morning, May 6, fort and neive racking effort, Ias. Landrvm, Phons No. 8. and leave it at tW Cross head when a pair of Hymn Pitted give you perfect st the Mt Wmon, Ky. PH.tofic (iiiarttrs. Everyone can bring .Glasses will Bteond-cia- f mail matter. something No matter what it comfort and efficiency. is. if you want to help the Red J.J BYKNK, Optometrist and Optician u Cross you have an opportunity PERSONAL Rockcastle Hotel. Sale will take place in front of Miss Mara Williams spnt the Red Cross headquarters at 1 Mt. Vernon .May 3rd and o clock. K. I.. SSmitli wi tn. weeK in iouisMMi- - siiuumg. be Miss irat Spark- - is with Misses auctioneer. The following boys left WedFan and Martha sparks in Louisnesday for Port Thomas. This The Fifth District Christian ville. Church Bible Institute wi jje is a special call, as we understand Miss Bud A .bill was with held here May 1? to is. a tlejanu nor a pari or a quota. in Mc and London Sat- more than a week a wax friends This Our first quota has lieen filled. urday and Sunday. Fiftli District is made up of the The list is as follows: Bradley Brown, Spiro: Ard Mrs. John D. Miller, of Lebanon counties of Madison Estill, JackCox, Brodhead; Fred Shivel. H visiting her mother, son, Clay, Laurel, Knox, Bell, Junction, Brodhead; Manuel Reynolds; Mrs. Fred K nniger. Whitley. Wayne, Pulaski. Linof Icoln. Garrard and Rockcastle. Wildie; Thomas Hayes, Maret-burB L- Colli r, the pole man, George Russel Ctb Orchard, is at Hot Springs 'The officers are E R. Gentry, Delbert B Moberly, Scctt, Quiil, Gauley. Paris, France, President; O L. for a two wmkM stay. Mr. T. R. Moss, representing John Cummins, who is work Convers, Somerset, Vice Presi inlr in Harkn ronntv six.' nt the uoni ana Miss amy Procter et the Food Administration will be this city. Secretary. If your Bible in Mt. Vernon next Tuesday May Week wirh lioinefolks. has not appointed dele 7th, and will address the citizens with Scho Miss Tabitha Hiatt w-tin party attending the K. B A gates see that this is done this in the Court house at 2 o'clock next Sunday and that their mines p. m on that day on the imporin Louisville last week. are sent next day to Mrs. W. J. tance of food conservation. Hear Miss Elizabeth Frederick, of Sparks, Chairman of the Hospi- him, he will have a message of Pittsburg, was with Mrs. Minnye tality Committee, Mt Vernon. vital importance to every Ameri Merrick Sunday and Monday. Ky., and a place will be provided can citizen. Mrs I). B. Southard, of Stan- ter , your delegates. Seventy Money is more plentiful than ford, was with her daughter, Mrs live or more delegates and speakW G. McBee during the week. ers are expectej and the people it ever was during tnis generation prices makes these Mrs. James Rickels was called of the Christian Church are ready The high times about normal times, as to to May wood last Friday to be to take care of all that come. cash and price. If we use as with her father who is very sick. much food and clothing and Wilhe Frakes writes from Camp waste as much as in normal times, Taylor that he likes it so well we can't help finance this war. be would not come home if he But, if we economize all can could. save at least one fourth of our Mrs. Alice Childress was called earnings. Then all can buy to Middletowu. Ohio, last woek bonds and douate to the Red on account of the illness of her Loan Cross. i nortn nortu 1 pm The Senior Play of the High Tiie Rockcastle County Chapter of the Red Cross shipt last week School will be given at the High 85 Bed Shirts to be used by our School Building promptly at 8:15 P. M. on Tuesday May 7. boys in hospitals. "A Scrap of Paper" is the title Tomorrow is election day at of the Play and it is worthy of a the Graded School birlding. Four good audience. Admission 15, 25, members are to be elected for and 35 cts. the Graded School Board. Those For Sai.k: A Jewett refrigerwhose terms expire at this time ator, heavy oak case, capacity 75 are Gus Staverson, R. L McFer-roT. N. Xoe and W. H. Fish lbs ice, in perfect condition Has Up to this time we have not been used only three years. Cost heard of any ticket or any ona 30. Will sell for 12. W. B. Reinke, who aspires n. LIBERTY LOAN a: HONOR FLAG clothe it's worth 'something to have to choose from, all good. VVe've got them; real quality clothes ; unequal value at $15. $20 and $25. ;ra WHEN you choose axil Oral ibMBaw 5aVJtia? Wanted: Mt.Vernon, Livingston, and Brodhead each win the Honor Box 34. your confidence. these days of wool shortage and uncertain quality you should choose your clothes dealer with as much care as you would select your lawyer. Pick out one worthy of your IN Flag 1 On the Soldier's Special By confidence. Dr m. Pennington . - - 1 s ROCKCASTLE "OVERpTHETOP" daughter. Third Liberty Mrs. J. W. Moore, of the Hiatt section cont.nues very sick. She has developed pneumonia and is in a very serious condition. Mi and Mrs. C. D. Sutton have been in Indianapolis for the week Mr. Sutton is buying goods for that splendid firm Sutton Bee. & Mc Mattie Mullins, who is taking a special course in book, keeping and typewriting at Berea. was with homefolks Sunday and Monday. F L Thompson Jr., has been appointed Clerk of the Lo-aBoard, to fill Mr. Reinke's place. A good selection for this most iinjxirtant place. Mrs. E. S. Albright and daughters, Dorothy and Lucille and Mrs W. H. Ftsh and son William, are with Loiden relatives for the week end. Jones B Proctor has moved from Orlando to Richmond and Charles Parsons is the new L. & Mr. ProcN agent at Orlando. tor is operator at Ft. Estill. W H. Fish was in Indianapolis Tuesday. Carson, Pirie Scott Co. of Chicago, have a great display of their line in the "Hoosier"' capital and this sale is what Mr. Mrs. l go Not only did Rockcastle over the top, but each of the three town of the county, to which allotments were made have each gone over, by a margin of about 25 per cent. The quota 36, 200, di for Rockcastle was vided as follows: The Bank of Mt Vernon and the Peoples Bank had a combined quota of $23,750; Citizens Bank Brodhead, quota 9,200, and First State Bank, Livingston, quota $3. 250 The sales from the four banks reDorted up to noon yesterday, gives a total of $47,500. This amount will be increased to near ly $00,000 by tomorrow night n ght when the Third Liberty Loan drive comes to a close. The two Mt. Vernon banks report $32,160; Bank Citizens $10,600 and the First State Bank, 4. "50, from 36 subscribers. To our four excellent banks, is due all praise for their excellent work. The good people of Wildie should be remembered as claying an rather a sale than The grind of brakes the escap ing steam in clouds and the train misrepresent any article. loss of stood still, the conductor came a sale means little to the loss of down a id said, you will have to come up this way, and twenty your confidence much. of our young men, practically fit and mentally qualified for the like to emphasize for the benearmy service made their way u we've through a throng of relatives and fit of particular men got friends, who had been buying the goods;" clothes and furnishings Liberty Bonds and declaring their intention of standing back as fine as ever, in as great a variety as of our army with might and ever. main. In two minutes the special was underway, Mt. Vernon left behind. On looking Come in and look us o er. through the train we saw a fine bunch of men from the Cumberlands If you can't afford to buy both clothing and Bonds, buy Liberty Bonds. and Black Mountains. No one could be seen of the type described by the novelist as the Interesting Exhibits in Our Show Windows ; See Them ! feudist or clansman of tbe mountains. None showed signs of fear or reluctance. None were boasting of their intentions, they were just plain but determined men from the mountain section of Kentucky that ever has responded to our country's call. The men of pure Anglo-Saxo- n blood, who have made history in THE CASH STORE MAIL ORDERS Promptly rilled all wars in which our country has engaged. There was the bookkeeper, the clerk, the horny handed farmer and coal marked J. A. Carter, of Berea. now miner all mingling as brothers. of that good town handed a American Red Cross, if they DO YOU ENJOY LIFEr bunch of beautiful flowers to each know how ardently Brodhead connected with the H.C. Whitmer There was the well dressed A man in good physical condiwho could get to them, and women are working they would Company, proprietory medical young man, hair cut and clean one tion is almost certain to enjoy the boys handled these tokens think even more tenderly of life, manufacturers of Columbus, Ind , shaven accepting a seat while the bilious and dybeside was in town last Tuesday looking the poorly clad boy of love very tenderly, and the them. with faded speptic are despondent, do not One young man was asked of light that came in the lonesome after the interest of ) is company, cotton shirt and long enjoy their meals and feel misunkept boys' faces was fine. Some of his occupation, meaning to lie being the state ajjent, and is hair. There learn was good fellowship erable a good share of the time. securing a local agent to repre- of all. The line that made socie- them said, on the return from of what he had done at home This ill feeling is nearly always sent Rockcastle. ty the class here had been erased. France, they would stop off at He replied: "I am a soldier unnecessary. A few doses of Brodhead. They complimented now. I was a mi .er." While he All on this train were ABOUT RHEUMATISM. Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up of one no uniform, class. Americans, who were an. the young ladies 'very highly and wore he had that lookno rank or the stomach, improve the digesRheumatism causes moie pain in his eye, one said there were more pretty olor. and suffering than any other di- swering the call of their country, and the bearing whic 1 convinced tion and regulate the bowels is sease, for the reason that it is and there are only two classes girls there than he had ever us that he was in truth all that is needed. Try it. seen together. It caused the "A Soldier." the most common of all ills, and in this nation today, it is certainly gratifying to sufwriter to reflect for a minute and The boys from Rockcastle con. ferers to know that there is a no and Pro German. There is decide, that it was likely a true ducted themselves line on this middle ground. If we are not ' .u.. : i remedy that will afford relief, and a; it.. Brodhead ladies are '"HDU A llu sur helping in some way to win this statement. make rest and sleep possible. It soldiers, let them remain as pri is called Chamberlain's Liniment war we are helping the enemy very fair and the thoughfulness vates or gain promotion, will be Dentist et the girls made them doubly such that the people here will be Hams: I want all the hams by drawing our support from this dear to the soldiers for any act proud of them. Officv Over you have to sell. Will pay 25 country and not giving in return of kindness is very much apprecil G. what is our reasonable share of Baker' 8 Store cts per lb. a new soldier and when ha assistance. These men were ated by T.J. Pennington MT. VEKXOX, KENTUCKY FO? FLETCHER'S the boys are on tbe foreign batcheerfully going to a cantonement where restrictions will be put on tle field and see the work of the Purity 99 se-jon- We'd "miss" The us; g; We that S3DrG35S?i a: 1 Pro-America- n l". DR. WALTER SEED CORN Germination 90 important part in this successful drive. In fact there are those from every section who For $5.00 a Bushel . Sale at F. GRIFFIN their acts and mode of living to prepare for a fight for their lives and the "freedom of the world. 1 he train stopped for water at Brodhead and for many of the xhe amateur soldiers this stop is cast o mix ON THE Chilean Ory iW did good work. The meeting at the Court house Monday when over $i2,o0o of this amount was raised was one et the most enthusiastic Fish attended. left this meetings ever held in that buildMr. W. B. Reinke morning for Muscle Shoals, Ala , ing for any purpose, and when where he meets Dr. Landis, D- the Hon. W. IX G Hobbs, who irector General of Air Nitrates came here from Lexington to adCorporation, Agent for Ordnance dress the people on the subject Loan had Department lor the recovery and !of the Third L'ber-tmanufacture of nitrogen from nmsneQ nis aaaress ne canea ior the air. There are to be five of subscriptions and the olants in the United States. ierism which Pervaded the crowd each. brought subscriptions thick and which cost $40,000,000. Mr. Reinke is mining engineer. fast, although many of them We regret to lose these most ex- were of the $.50 denomination. cellent people from our midst. Judge Hobbs is a most pleasing but we trust the change will be and interesting speaker and his both profitable and pleasant. Mrs. vocabulary embraces every word, Reinke will remain in Mt. Vernon ;wlth Just the proper shade of until about June 1st, when she l!meaning to describe that tbarbar-J,uus- oerman race, iea will leave to join Mr. Reinke. y Anti-Kais-thPse ' pleasantly rewarded. The ladies WAR! "High Cost of Living" .. QUAKER OATS, V lbs "Burt Olney's" CANNED Corn, at BOLOGNA SAUSAGE per lb. . TOMATO SOUP, 15 c cans for PEAS. 20c cans TOMATOES, 3 lb. cans, 20 c size . OYSTERS, 15 c size KARO (white) SYRUP, I Gallon . KARO (red) SYRUP. 1 Gallon . . SUGAR, per lb MATCHES, per box Its Hard 0 Te Which IS The BestILJk r 11 atllcc 15 18 c JO c 12 c f. u r "" - tk - ...... 15c 10 c VOU can seldom determine the real value of 1 a shoe by its appearance. Merchants, themselves, are often deceived and cannot be certain as to what the shoe is actually worth unless it is cut up to see how it is made. 40 1 by a mad man, wnom ship more than LOtAL against whom the world is strugThere will be an examination ghng to day for freedom, The list et liberty loan pur held at London, Ky.. May 27th U. S. Cjvil Service chasers will appear in our next 191 by the Commission, as a result of which issue. If you do not have a bond - tney worthe Christ, Nothing equals LEATHER for making good shoes. Many substitutes for leather are often used where they cannot be seen because they are cheaper than leather. But you may be assured of honest leather-bui- lt shoes, correct styles, and satisfaction by purchasing all-around c 35 c 09 c 05 The Friedman-Shelb- y "All-Leathe- r" All-Leath- er Shoe 1 In the line you will find shoes at every price, of every style, for any purpose the various brands included are "Adantic" shoes for men. "Pacific" shoes for women. "Red Goose" hoes for children, and "Honesty" heavy work shoes. AI LEATHER-A- LL WAR! COST EVERY DAY ON THE "HIGHT OF LIVING." The Blue Front Store Right Oppisite the Court House See us for these goods, 1 wv THE TIME. it Is expected to make certifica- get one before the bank closes tion to till a contemplated va can- - tomorrow. If you don't you cy in the position of fourth class will be ashamed of it when it is all too late. postmaster at Livingston, Ky. - vLfcB John Robins BRODHEAD, KY. W. F. BAKER UWIillUllflllUllllllllU It ga BSSS i no ---- - a l iii i i mi- u uMiimii''! m- miSi;; Wiii; ( K arr iaalfcav rn ii., Kl.J9HHaH Children Cry for Fletcher's HJHwWtittTIi -- LIVINGSTON -! i . ii i wV- - L ovMipMaaMSaw 1WM aLJ 11 r (Z&tfZS Just-as-good Pennington, of Lbndon, v. as here between trains, Monday, n Mc. ullin, of near Level t; n, was bore between trains, v, edi esda en route hi me from L- i (on Mr. Mc.YJ ullin is one of - aft The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but All Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. 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 l n k chs ue Countv Chap American National lieo .1 old Level Green we J. E Wfordall, travet'ng nslesman, of Cn ss wll put on a sale at public iti rv aH ar id dem ted 'or tha IjunMm, K , was here In twee n purpose in front et Red Cros trains. Wulnevlay. Mr. and Mis .J T Omury and two Sons. headquarters at p m , on Mou are spending a few dsyi in Loins day. May 6th. They will offer uille - The brick lai rs that are live stork, farm snd gu den seeds bailding L H Davi' bosiness merchandise, bnme made snides, books, etc relics house nre getting along 6ue, a- d souvenirs, be lm until iherc will Tonus of this ;i'.e will ho cash, vol it he anoihor houe in town t' at we and nvery cel realwd will go in will be proud of. - s. E Hellard, Army relief of the Red Cross. i 1 L i (if en's n us. t progressive tanners, tat at preaenl is in vert pom bra'lb. This is the firsl tine an iter Iih- sten him since that i best possible service! rendered ne of ir tays ahile he is so fnr from home would be worth that amount Your boy may need b Ip, if he dent some niothoi "s will. We must raie two ih nsand and fiw hun 'red dollars as preliminary tothe Great n rn , drive which will come May 2ot!i to 27th 1 s-- ffer Ins lett standing on the street, sound the horn until the batiery gives out and then leave their f ei t ar.d hand prints all over tbe cur, making it look like an old car even if it had just, come from the factory. It is not the desire to cause any one to piy a cent in fines, but the object is to top such snthouf htedaeas.- - Mrs Til man Gilpin, of St Louis, arrived here Saturday and is spending a few days with Mrs. R. H Hamm and other relatives, j H. Thompson and John Kigsby. of Lincoln, were in town Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baker, of Laurel, came down Saturday and were quests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Bowling, over Sunday. Mr. Dakar returned Monday. Mrs Baker will stay with home folks several days before returning home. A baby girl was born to the wife of W O. Yudon a few davs ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. G Orton were from Mt. Vernon a few days ago visiting Go-TSunday-Schoo- l relatives here next Sunday. Eld. J. W. Masters, of Corbin, was in town Wednesday looking after his Mr. and Mrs. property here Dick Albiight, who have bren in Ashville, N. C, for the past several months. arrived here Wednesday morning to spend a few days with relatives. They have been in North Carolina on account of the condition of Mr Albright's health, and judging from his appeal ance he is much better and we hope that he will soon recover sufficiently to come hack to stay. Everybody is urged to attend some Sunday School next Sunday. It is School Day and we earnestly hope that every man, woman, boy and girl will lend their presence for one hour next Sunday. Five hundred in Sun day School in Brodhead next Sunday is the mark, let's reach -o ay iiiiiiiniiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 a The A Business Should be as Big as Its Job public it should be commended. lor of 11 If bigness is of benefit to the 1 nt oi Mt Verron aras here Saturday CAUSE OF HEADACHE finishing up a job for J. I' K y knowing the cause, a di Druinmond Mrs C'le Griffin and aunt, Miss FJ r;i Pennim t in. sease may often be avoided. This have returned from London -- Rev is particularly true of headache. F. M fonts, of ivist Bernstftdi, tilled his regular appointment at The most common cauee of heart- The size of a business depends upon the needs which that business is called upon to serve. A business should be as big as its job. You do not drive tacks with a or piles with a tack hammer. Swift & Company's growth has been the natural and inevitable result of national and international needs. pde-driv-- er Large-scal- e are necessary to convert the live stock of production and distribution 1 1 GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ?.-- ALWAYS GzkfJ&f ftCGftA !?-' w Jr r - the Bapttet church, Saturday and Thomas Bonds. shn Sunday recently moved hove from East Beinstcdt, nd who bar tx n qnite sick for some time. died bunday of that dr ad di&esse tuberculosi. He leavi's a wife and one child and s host of friends to mourn his death. He was laid Ui rest Hon day, in the family bnryit.g ground on Gauley Branch, with .Junior a member". ache is a disordered stomach or constipation, which may be cor rected by taking a few dnes of Chamberlain's Tsblets. Try it. Many others have obtained relief by taking these Tablets They are easy to take ai d mild and gentle in effect per-inatie- and the West into meat and to distribute them over long distances to the consuming centers of the East and abroad. Only an organization like that of Swift & Company, with its many packing plants, hundreds of distributing houses, und thousands of reirigerato cars, would have been able to handle the varying seasonal supplies of live stock and meet the present war emergency by supplying, without interruption: i In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR CCMRAMV. NEW YORK CITY. Mechanic hoi ors, of which he was '.V. M. Brady is spend ing a few days in Lebanon Junction and Louisville Goo. who has been quite sick for some time seems to grow Mc-Comic, rv la . First The U. S. soldiers and the Allies in Europe by shipping as as 800 carloads of meat products in a single week! Second The cantonments in the United States. Third The retailers upon whom the American public depends for its daily supply of meat. Bin mary people ask Do producers ar.d consumers pay too much for the complex service rendered? SMITH AUCTIONEER Satisfaction Guaranteed Service Reasonable Will fill engagements at any tune on short notice Phone 3q Brodhead Exchange i weaker Who Is Most Benefitted H BY The Money Mou Earn? I If you save it You Are Others Are If you spend it Z ! Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with i H The Bank of Mt. Vernon i 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Fishermen are doisg a land office business now, and many be the finy tribe tliat are losing their lives. L. H Davis has located a vein of coal on his land just across Roundstone Creole, facing Livingston. The coal is thirty inches thick town who looked like a German He was all over town and at last he citizens became suspicions and he was ariested and searched but nothing was found on him. He left town. We claim this is a good policy. When strangers come to town th?y should give an account of themselves, and thereby save tnemselves a jrreat deal et embarrassment. But the time has come when you have to keep a sharp lookout and sleep with one eye open, for you might rake the bottomless pit of torment with a hnetooth comb and you would not find a meaner thing than a German. J. B Donallv, the Irish operator, was in Stanford, Saturday. R. B.Gold, round house foreman was in Corbin, Saturday. J. M Foure had the misfortune to lose a tine cow this week Mrs John Graves, who has been visiting at Paris for a few days, has returned home. W. A Warren was in Louisville, Saturday, to see his brother, Robert, who is stationed at Camp Taylor. Mrs Le Roy Cox and children, are at Lily this week with relatives - A little child of Mr and Mrs W If. P.. ft' has been quite sick for a few days to J , returned from a few days' visit with relatives at Eist Beroatadt -- Last Monday astraage' came Mrs Maggie Martin ha-- , C i Wr 9 jbiie TT Everyone, we believe, concedes the efficiency of the Swift & Company orgamza'ion in performing a big job in a big way at a minimum of expense. Swift & Company's total profit in 1917 was less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales of meat and Elimination of this profit would have had practically no effect on live stock and meat prices. it. Go yourself, get some one to go with you and we can have in !N k to Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood 1 looked with dread from one nioal'.i to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . i decided to the three Sunday School 750. Everybody go. Continued on 2nd page J M Do you believe that this service can be rendered for less by any other conceivable method of organization or operation? These questions and others are answered fully and frankly in tha Swift 4 Company 1918 Year Book sent free on request. Address Swift & Gliu&fG m I Cry FOR Company, U. S. Yards, Chicago QASTO.HUA SHERIFF'S SALE TAXES. It will on Monday, April 22, it beiiiK regular County Court day, at the front door of the Court House, iu Mt Vernon, Ky., offer for sale to the highest bidder the following tracts or parcels of land, to satisfy tbe tax due the county and state for the years 1916 and 1917 : - Swift "- & Company, U.S. A. rrfZLW ... -" f"H!t:':!!i!!;Hl!!!JRn;3!!S!!!!!IH!!i: ) avsnsissKss "1 ixszuxz rs H Precinct No. 1. TAKE TL "Green Scal'd" Home Cottajre. Burpralow, and great mansion all alike need Hanna'f Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may be ever so costly, and of pleasir.? architecture, but it must be kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered at- tractive. Last Tuesday several autos were passing over the crossing in the north part of town at the Iron Bridge, and one negro thought he would cross at the same time that train 37 came to the crossing, but there was a col liMon. The mirro jumped and escaped injury but the machine collided with the train which rendered the machine unfit for Coffey, afarr, 1 town lot Ramsey, Mrs S B. 1 town lot V a len. M rs Roterta, town lot 1 Tax Jk cost I 96 25 '29 9 30 j Precinct No. 7. The Woman's Tonic " I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female iii its satisiactoi-- Haana's Green Seal Paint is not so much an expense as an Investment It pays back a good deal more than It costs- ting taupartj, in beautifying it. and UsfotC ; Tax & cost I;ishback, Mrs Ada, 1 town lot. $ it 04 2 30 Foilnish, Jane, NR, 1 town lot BaSM, J W, NR, 3 town lots 14 40 Whitaker, James, 4 acres. . 5 45 Precise No. 8. Tax & cost Norton, J M. 1754 acres ... f 11 84 4 SO Renner, R S, 60 acres Renner, M F, 25 acres 3 67 Dyre, N J, 40 acres 2 20 . . . WSalS 4bsrs mm Hk i HARD WARE a Argument 5 sSwfi "in-- 3y Wli 5 8 in favor of this store if the fact that the most t,Jivice. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co, doing business in the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDI CINE. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in inv presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886s (Seal) A. W Gleaser, Notarv Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sstem. Send for testimonials free F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Precinct No. Hobley, Jame.-i- , IH acres Mini, Mis II E, 30 acres Qverbay, Mrs Nancy. Lay, Frank, 100 10. Tax& cost 7 skillful mechanics always come here ter theirs. You don't have to be told the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND BattS. 38 2 5s! 83! acres 1:2. 10 a Precinct No. 15 trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. run-do- I 58 Cam Mtllins, Ex Sheriff, of Rockcastle Co acres Tax & cost s $ c. Mt. Vernon, c. cox vwvvwvvi Opoosite Court House V.VVWWVVVVV WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWw ... 0 All Druggists 1.68 Food will Win theflj O DON'T WASTE IT n RAISE IT O Be a Producer As Well as Consumer R 1 a a a a -- a a a J.B. NOE SBANVILLS OWENS BR OD H EAD a-- Hall's Family Puis for The Board of Trustees of the town of Brodhead at a regular meeting a few nights ago passed an ordinance prohibiting any one from "catching on" to running automobiles or any other vehicle, a RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH a a R E D C ROSS NOTES. The representaiives et ' PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. 4 Money in the pocket burns. Pat it Your cancelled in the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a ehecking account with us, checks returned will show where your money has gone, and they will spur you on to save for the better things of life. a Undert Jker brk9h9uad i r B LINE & Coffins, Caskets phone Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Orders Filled Promptly also prohibiting any one from a the molesting, or otherwise ' interfer s American Red Cross over there must have money to bind up ih ring with automobiles left stand a wounds of our soldiers, nurse ing on the streets, and the fine ON SAVING WE PAY them back to health, so they can is two dollars Every violation a- come back to home and mother. will be punished to the extent of a..- They say they can furnish the hospitals, doctors, nurses and the liw, and besides there will be ; .:::.dressing, if we will raise for them a committee to look after the . . ... 1 1 1 1 : . t S : ill j is 111 i i li 11 i tail i I i i i i S 1I 111 i i m: aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa :.:::: l one hundred million dollars. Of violators and report it to the this amount Rockcastle county's proper authorities. It is very quota is twenty-fiv- e hundred dol- embarrassing to see a crowd of lars, about twelve dollars and fifty FOR FLETCHER'S FOS FLETCHER'S rUK FLETCHER'S cents for each soldier from this boys, and often times girls, gtt us tin p) ssibly some stran. county now in the army. The INTEREST PEOPLES - ACCOUNTS BANK a MT.VERNON, KV. ill til ill siiiiliillliilliillliltliilZlllil fill Children Cry Children Cry cmnaren Dry 1 CASTORIA CASTORIA CASTORIA