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Mount Vernon signal: May 3, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918050302_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 3, 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. .LitCZZ '' 2 T. fC J TEf-j- ' r? f' PUBLISHED EVERY-FRIDA- Y ' 1 IM n ' A I ESTABLISHFD v ierttim MT. VERNON, Signal OTHERS OF SOLDIERS i 1i 1887 - VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 3. 1918 NUMBER 32 im LendHim ff a 1. WJ t.J. H'if $. fr 1 1m. Somehow, we foundsHie courage to send our sons away with smiles f. J and blessings from THips that we strove to keep from quivering. -T .1.L Have I'wejrj&w. that leeper "courage to face the picture they are today, or may be next week, next monf&j or next year, if we do not help to the last iJw. cent, to the last atom of our mother-love- ? . V of-where 4 .LIB1TY owpm b- - for a soraier to remind us that we are not Just mothers,' tfelL- - 1J " ana it aotn not vet aoDear 11 now, we aie muuiers oi soiaieis I' shall be." rf what we IT remained ! It is not a pretty picture for a mother to face, God knows, but we are mothers j?ST ' of soldiers and we must face it. Way back in the baby days when a fcii .l. Tr brought that first streaming gash on his curly head, we had to shut our teej torBfr:' and face it then in order to cleanse and heal the hurt. Today, his need is v.if ' vw . - ' ' - .r- 'xr,-2- .Wii-.- i L22- - mifccsaK-- t amtfsrirAr.mtrww iii i in iiiiw n rr wm n fN"" v tWiSkWsimmKtM IHflHf II 1 i l n i i i" I much greater, his hurts are so much deeper. u ..K'M' 'Yi. Now that he is away from us, we catch ourselves drifting back to these baby; :y irw 9Ql days. We thrill again at the touch of- groping velvet fingers, exploring our eye . m$?EixSMkmmX. riiJHririMaivw . H ..mnimmmrik. - v t and we yearn over stirs our pride in our mari-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 in their rebellious-moods; dj anaApraJipjarji JMMifclfillL.'' Tn-- f Hv. " : ! .gMfi&iJwBk XMidHKZMiE-MJL.- amfiBSSKSaB. QMSttSSBSy ii I HN BinHIHPltfll pi i i II I .nil w L j IOvIIu i m iv hjiw n OHulffn'tlnl I'l mt ii II Hit Uill HUH hh bb IB eaHafflwrt .mousi 4. fr EiJiifc,litrBBi'J,llV.-iiwm mp--; ''all llmas&m MMimtmmmmmMbm II m H Hn ihh i M'lTH im 1 II n mmmm vn umnHiv tittle-boy-ti- 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 little more courage to go A few more sacrifices, a little more 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. self-effaceme-nt, e. iWlH mMIfMmllliliHi 1 1 II LendHini This space was contributed by the following Mt. Vernon Patriotic Business Men J. F. GRIFFIN Groceries and Feed of all kinds SUTTON & M BEE General Merchants U. G. BAKER General Store, Furniture and Hardware JONAS McKENRIE General Merchandise Gents Furnishings W. F. BAKER Groceries and Hardware J, FISH & SON MILLER IMerchandise General M. R. & E. B. COX General Store W. M. POYTER Groceries, Hardware and Mill Feed W. A. McKENZIE Restaurant and Groceries If you don't own a Liberfl Bond, you ought to, and tomorrow is your last$$iance to get one 1 Be right and feel right by owning a LIBERTY LUAN BUJNU. those days was I'.xircinely scarco, Bud ndorson looks after the W the news being held to a mere section a Flanagan. t; m ! : r r Miss Clara spent Harmon quarter of a column which was Anothe 30,000 suit has been Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Friday, May 3, 1918 licndtd, "By Telegraph Reported fi'ocl in connection with the (Jeorgc 1'crciful. Mr. Tom Mink, ttsiqu fur the Cincinnati U.i theatre disaster of March of Ileal' tllla lllnrp. WHS stiuck bv every Ftiday by Published 17. S. tro ps were march.. ... EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ing into .Mexico. News from Eu- 9'h In this suit the city is also iiltl,ino. iaa, ...FI.V..J .... ,i tc )n f made a defendant. a very serious condition. Miss rope was from three to four The largest "tank" ever con- Thelma Barnes spent Saturday $1.0 weeks old. OB9CRIPTION ONB YKAR structed, and weighing 45 tons; night with Miss Lucy Howard "I'll take half of the fee you made iu tho United States has George Winsiead has moved to Advertising rates maue known on you will receive for the marriage arrived in Franco. It lias been Wnoo. Robert Sowder is num ceremony you are to perform, in imniLd application America. bored with the Miss Lucy payment for ths rig nin furnishbody of Joo Horine, a na- Mink will toach the school at The ing you," hid the livuryman to a of this county, who died on this place again this year. We UKMBKROF clergyman who had been called tive a naval vesstl off France, is due are having a very cold spell of KENTUCKY PRBSS ASSOCIATION to the country to tie the knot for Winchester during weathor. Wo suppose it must be a couple. "I am a thousaud to arrive iu lie was tho only son wmp winter It is week, to pay more you need new shoes, yet times obliged to you," remarked the thought by most all tho people of Win. Horine, who Is a foreman that the fruit is killed But if the groom after the splicing took the most to be had in five dollars, you on tlie road where the writer is thore is no other fruit except the The liveryman was nonplaco Shoe fpr five wild strawberry, wo will he blest is a Walk-Ov- er shoes for money. plussed upon receiving his part inspector. with a bountiful crop of them. of the fee when the preacher Mrs. Viola Gentry spent Satur dollars it will pay you to see. JUDGE MUL.LINS ISSUES advised that ho was 'live day and Sundav with her mother. PROCLAMATION. Mrs. Fannie Rash. Mrs Clara times obliged for the use Walk-Ov- er Sooes have a reputation for exceptional quality, By Tin; Boon i:Vay Man. R"Sso1 stut unilca1' ?.1dol of the rig. Recognizing that tho supremo Monday Mrs Luther Cum need of cur country at his time millS at Mt. Vernon -- There are Economy Shoes five dollars service, and value. Walk-Ov-er next "Go A number of newspapers olipt is that its citizens should have some few in this part who have Ijijt im- - Billy bunday is bcini; Kiven Caldwell's make much letter from shoes uphold reputation. petus thruout tbecityand county. franco which appeared in Sig- tho highest type of Christian commenced to plant corn, but in character, we otieht to nut forth general the peop.e are behind they do make many money for us liig quantities of spuds were in nal early in Apiil. our best efforts iu moral and relig-ou- s with this work. evidence during "potato" week friends and customers. training. The prediction that the petro FOR A SPRAINED aNKLE for the conservation of wheat. would leum supply of the world As soon as possible after the Whereas: Tlie Sunday School Walk-Ove- r Shoes tire man factum! nt Cmnpollo, Ten cents worth ot bacon today be exhausted within next 30 is one of the most powerful fac- injury is receive! get a bottle ot Brockton, Mnss,. are sold in all thu important towns just about suffices to make four years has been headed off. Dis tors iu character building and so Chamberlain's Liniment and fol and cities of thu world, and the world over bear the greasy spots on a smooth .sur- coveries of oil bearing shales, by large a number of our people are low tho plain printed directions which accompany the bottle. same trade mark. face and possibly three bites for the U. S. Geological Survey, in missing the influence and train"big eator" of Skeggs Valley. Colorado aud Utah, in inexhaust- ing of this great institution, we the ible quantities (mountains of it), heartily commend and endorse complete line of shoes $5, $7, and PROPFRI Y FITTFD 1 The Red men gave a war dance which v produce 36 gallons to the the action of the Kentucky sun-da- y m and fisb fry last Friday night Special lines $9 to ton of shale. Of all the quali School Association in apiipimmmi ULAoatd iff Total number of pounds con( ill"! ties of oil ever produced thru pointing May 5, 1918, as ago AT THE RIGHT TIME sumed 1G0. Some twenty pale v. out past ages it is comparable Day. is tif face captives were made to run only as a "drop in the bucket Greatest 1 mporl ancc , Therefore: Wt the officers of the gauntlet before being adopted with reference to these late ivK WVyjCff VyftaitcShowlng any u'e- 1 lpto the. tribe.. Bob Merrjtt de . vtw. by Uncle of our citizens to cooperate heart iecis now is uio miiu 10 bee nies having eaten nine pounds of Sam's men. There is no danger ily in this movement, and reAlt Vernon, Ky, the finuy fatn.ly, scales and all DR. MOORE, The Optician wagons running of the buzz quest each person in tho county Bob is truth"!, (when asleep). Cox Dullclinir, Mt. Vernon, Ky. short of fuel for some centuries to attend Sunday School on May No serio obile accident yet. .Sth. have occ .cd here, so far, during Whereas: The Kentucky Sunfc The past winter being so unWKCTCcmmm.-ww--.n.the sprin bo some "turn tur fa; orable fcr hemphreaking and day School Association, and orThose having Seed Corn for sale tie" and ujino mishaps have tak- the work has been delayed so that ganization representing all of the may advertise under this head Sunday Schools of our state, en place. at 6 cents per line each Isaue. it will be up in the summer be- has appointed May 5th, (918, SEED CO UN FOK SALE. Day, An obedient wife believes every fore it is completed which makes as a Diamond Joo's Bifj Early White thing hor husband tells her un- the scarce labor market, "over hoping to have one million peo qo Day Corn. . Tested 98 percent pie in Sunday School that day. til she has been married at least here." even scarcer and more germination $4.00 per bushel. Whereas: We all desire to Altcii Hayes, Brodhead, Kv. two weeks. But after she has difficult to obtain for highway produce a greater and a better Aprig-3Telephone in residence been married two years she and other work. K Kentucky and believe that one of would'nt believe him if he told Nat B. Sewell, one of Laurel the most helpful ways of secur the Lamp it her that it was daylight at noon- county's gifled; sona,j5tate In- ing better ciiizens is by gather in the iug ourselves Eyes Continued from 4th page "Mt.Vendrf PJaerc,." Ideated spector ond Examiner, who has Sunday School to ogethr is study the word Nothlnff l niftfa fmnrtrfant In Ilia. in west part of Winchester, near so signally and Tho War Meeting held at the home than cler, iteidy light. Iniuro successfully of God. hU bT CCttllir the oil tht hum. Baptist Church, Monday night, Wesleyan College, has a large managed the intricate and ditli clear and clean without a flicker Therefore: I. ludgo of Rock- was the largest attended and one down to the last drop. PenniylvaiJa number, probably two dozen, cult affairs and duties pertaining caatle County Court call upon all crude oil refined to perfection. jf the most enthusiastic gatherOwts no mora than the Inferior new and splendid residences and to that office, Lai many staunch of our citizens to cooperate in the tankwagon MONEY mtu ings of its nature held in our town WORK Kares ares. others in course of erection. and prominent friends over the Go to Sunday School Day camsince tho war began Naturally the Your dealer ha SOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. This locality, with a name simi-la- Stute who see in him most suita paign and urge all the inhabipeople were disappointed that the of U. S. Canadian Soldier, who hud been to his home town, has au ble timber for the candidacy for tantsare our townusand the visitors Chas. G. Stoll Oi! Co. , to attend Sunwho amons advertised as one of the speakers, Stamps, attraction for the writer. It is nomination for Governor. In day School on Sunday. May 5th, U.S. Thrift Stamps Lexington, Ky. failed to get here owing to bad Rsanerj afwarren, Pa. destined to be the prettiest resi- conversation with Mr. Sewell, in 1918. must train connectiens. However, Mr, 2 Wc sell tho celebrated 'NoCarb1' Cam Mullins, dential section of the city. people from money saved from Hobbs, the principal speaker, was reference to the rumor of his Auto OIL Judge Rockcastle County very forceful, and the following their incomes - every dollar spent Corn gathering is not entirely probable candidacy, he admitted Court. subscription list to the Third Lib for an unnecessary thing is & force for to the writer that he had .some completed in Clark county. Loan was tho outcome of tho mootvll. When that dollar buys labor o.nd sugge-tion- s to that effect from ing, a portion of which bad been materials for equipping our army and Labor over here leached the som. ul his menus. He gave previously subscribed : R. H. navy it has a double force first tt cenro 2 stage where it demands to be uo intimation that "Barkis is Harrim. $1,000; C.H. Frith, $i.0oo; to old the enemy and second it Is fighthaulud back and forth between wiuinj -- Many trienus aSK me A.E.Albright, $1,000; W. J. Mcing for us tn the behalf of manKtnd. Be Queen, $1,000; J L. Hasty, $1,000; sure that your pennies, ntcHels, dimes, town and country to work in to run; "1 am in the hands of v m. quarters Bind dollars are enlisted in tho Citizens Bank, $500; Mrs. R. Ei. automobiles or auto trucks out my friends;"' but remarked: "It Hamni, $500; Fred Shivel, $500; cause of your country. An idle dollar Triy. 3J25 North. Mr. Wm. W. as far as 12 to 15 miles. This is indeed pleasant to have friends Pa-- , Ard Cox, $500; W.A Tyree, $700; is a SLACKER dollar, but a dollar waited Hancock Street, Philadelphia. I Now is true where road workin. who place me so highly in their writes: P.E.Shivel. $300; VV. P.Hays. $200; in wax time is a TRAITOR dollar. "1 havo been troubled with stomach, hemp breaking, harvesting etc. estimation, and I greatly appreci Jacob Elder.$20o; R.I..Smith,$2oo; Enjoy disorders since childhood, but after is done. Mr. DarKey, living in ate the same; but my belief is taking six bottle of your Peruna, I A.M.Hiatl,$20o; W.O.Yadon$too; Emmitt P.irkerson ' town has things going his way of The Best now enjoy tho bert head,health. I prac- Fish, $too; Susan $100; M. U that the time has arrived for our which Fish, $100; catarrh In the in that line. They must be party to drop factional differto Alice Albright. $100; J.W.Brown, tically has dlsappeared,wthanka of Co. for their good work. the Peruna hauled or they simply wont go ences and unite upon aud nomi$100; Wra.Hysinger,$2oo; Charley a They sit back in the machines nate the strongest man we have Hurt, $100; E.A.Cox, Sioo; Arch Those who obj.ct to liquid Health Albright, $ioo; Mrs iiube Cox, can procure ParunaTabUU. and spit 'backer juice at the in tlie Democratic party, no mut$100; Miss Lena McCall, $100; telephone poles as they go whiz- ter what section of tho State be Mrs. J.W.Tate$5o; Ben Yndon,$50j zing by, occasionally hitting the may hail from. If wo do this RG. Dodd, $50; Mrs. R.G. Dodd, eye of sorao passer by. TUUtSAYWOSSTAMPS we shall elect our ticket next $50; Mrs. Bottio Hail, 50; E. H. IIIUUBYTHB Haylor. $50; A. T. Furnish, $50; year. But you may mark it down UNITED STATES The wriler greatly enjoyed fOVEBHMEKT Mildred Robins, $50; W. H. Ah the most excellent letter of Ar- once for all, that the people, bright, $50; Junior Order, $50; rather than the politicians, will 5 thur Dodd in last weok's Signal. Ralph Albright, $s0; Levi $50; Mrs.L.N.Bowling,$5o; More of the boys should write. say who is the most available THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY ymmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmM M. A. Stephens, $50; A. J. autton, Every citizen is interested in the min to head our next ticket." No ono is $50; J. W. Trate, $50. doings of our soldier boys of In tho language of Col. Mulfirst step tobetter pleased with the list given has been Rockcastle. berry Sellers, "There's millions than Cashier A. M. Hiott. whose in it," for the man who will inallotment through the Citizens SIDNEY . ODELL be yours. a ward success. W. II. FISH. Clerk Dont despond! Bank was $0,200, which was overDistrict Deputy, vent a successful power hemp-brean Dixie Camp, my son, Cheer up the subscribed nearly $2,000. Besides account to day Barbourville, Ky. More than a hundred n Mt. Vornon, Ky. Buy a bond subscribed for the the amount different machines have been Third Liberty Loan, Postmaster And kill a Hun. tried out, with varied or partial Granville Owens sold Thrift Stamps to tut amount of nino hunOn the left hand side of the success. The old wooden man dred dollars. The Railroad men drive, but a short distance from power brcaic is still resorted to. ENOCH MORGAN'S at this place subscribed thru the Lend Him the entrance gate of the SONS CO. Increased wages to labor in Railroad Company and thcirnumes cemetery, is the grave of this part of the moral vineyard AHanc are not in tho above list. BrodClaiborn Lisle, said ti have been doesn't head is doing hor bit, and her bit seem to help matters increase in deposits and in numis all she can do- - hor best. a disbeliever in Juture punish- greatly especially is this so with 'dRMUf ment. On a marker standing the negro element. Many of ber of customers is evidence COMMISSIONER'S SALE. -' close to his largo monument is whom, during tho hemp breakBirrvJwV service is satisfactory and of the conBuy an inscription placed thereon by ing season work only from threo ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT UBHCTY directions left in his will, which to four days a weelr, pulling down COURT. SAPOLIO fidence of customers. For reads as follows: For Missouri Ramsey, ) from $20 to $30, which burns Plaintiff. Admrx. of "What conscience dictates to be their pockets until they get it ) S. B. Ramsey, spent; a largo portion of it going ! f done, A1 tnary. vs: Commissioners Salh, MCTiqna spsaK for boozo which they procure in Or bids me not to do, will gladly take your subwords-Act-Do- n't W. C. Kiuuy, &c, Defendants. Talk -- Buy Now a neighboring city. Is more than hell to shun, By virtuo of a judgment and scription to the Or Ilea von to pursue. order of salo of the Rockcastle "Billy" Baker, the ono armed Circuit Court, rendered at tho S. 4! per cent Bonds Loan for man, of Rockcastle, has tho posiIn a rar loid of old papers ro January term thereof, 1918, lo One lot located iu Mt. Vornon, proved security for the payment ceived at Cincinnati from I'itts-bur- tion of day watchman iu the littlo which are the safest investment in the abovo styled cause, tho un Rockcastle Couity Ky., and of thj purchase money to have recently many copies of old "duy house" at tho L & N., Main dorslgned, will on Monday, May bounded on the north by Main tho force and effect of a judgthe world. 6, 1918, between the hours of 1 Street; on tbo eait and south by editions of Cincinnati Enquiror street crossing in- - North Winment, bearing legal o'clock and 4 o'clock p. in., at tho L. & N. righvof.wav; on tho date of sale, with a Interest fiom chester. were fouud. The oldest of the leln reserved door of the court wost by property recently owned on said the front papers wore dated April 1, 1846) Russel Proctor, operator and until house at Mt. Vernon, Rockcas-tl- by W. T. Smith, deceased, and purchase property paid, all tho inouoy is Fivo of the 28 columns was raado Clevo Hayos agent with two asW H.COTTONGIM, I, It DAVIS. County, Kontucky, proceed now owned by hit heirs. Sale to be madt on a ctedlt of G. S. Griflin. up of news, most of which was sistants and operators are runl'lt.ldeat. to public sale, to tho to oxposo Master Commissioner, C C JIcl'HEKSON, Cashier. hieheat bidder, tho following de six montlm purciaser will be re. from sovoral days to sever ning things at North Winchester quired to give bond with up- Rockcastle Circuit Court. scribed property t weeks, old. Telegraph aews in station, formerly L. & E railroad. MtVernon Signal HOPE ELL 11 11111 1111 1 .J;;;;::;:::.':;:;;;:;:; 11 11111111111111 11111 !!!!!!SS!.?t;ti'iit!iliir tltttl 1 1 1 111 Pas-Hu- 1.V .,,)., Walk-Ov- er SHOES don't want 1 $5.00 at don't por-wl- il WHEN want WAYSIDE NOTES 11 hun-dre- d that that There that These but 11 ii' III j tT A at Economylinesat$5. $8 $12 tCGcUcas-'fTEuu- T -' Sutton & McBee SEED CORN i ENLIST Service Bonds, War Savings and be purchased by the 1 - Oilth BR OD H EAD Your Dollars in Your Country's oils-sa- res a I Stomach Troubles Since Childhood PERUNA Made Me Well I also-ha- All Banks and the Post Office Sell the Stamps mtdl-clne- WS.S. THE STARTING OF A Bank Account many men's It might with Est-ridg- l MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Start an First State Bank LIVING STON, Win-cheat- er OF KY. Our that our 7-- our LET US SERVE YOU U. PATRIOTISM This bank ECONOMY IIlouatr Third LIBERTY g FIRST STATE BANK o 1 Chapter Rockcastle Mt. Vernon Signal of Tlie Red Cross Countylast week the shlpt MT.VKUNON -" Ky, Mny 3, 1918 85 Bed Shirts to Tho Senior Play of tho High School will bo given at tho High bo used hy our School Building promptly at 8:15 P. M. on Tuo-da- y If( r) up "No. 79" wtian-rrC. wnnt toComniunl. ona with HIONAL 1 t? lOUKVIllX A mm NHlllC R TIMB TABLE, F1 Co. 21 2i) 21 nortn nortn south South Phone No. 8. 5.21 ptn 8m5 a m l0,lil a m n:H am Jas. Landkum, Agent. iCntereil at the Mt Vernon, Kjr, poitoflice itcoml-ciu- s mall matter. u PKllSOAAIi the party in Louisville last week. Miss Elizabeth Frederick, of Pittsburg, was with Mrs. Minnye Merrick Sunday and Monduy. Mrs D. li. Southard, of Stanford, was with her daughter, Mrs W G. McBee during the week. Mrs. James Rickels was called to May wood last Friday to bo with her father who is very sick. Willie Frakcs writes from Camp Taylor that ho likes it so well he would not come home if he Miss Rlssu Williams spout the 1 week in Louisville shopping. Miss Hess Sparta is with Misses Fun and Martha (sparks in LouisTho Fifth District Christian ville. Church Bible Institute will bo Miss Ethel Azbill was with held hero May I3 to 15, a little friends in berea and London Sat- more than a week away. This urday and Sunday. Fifth District is niado up of tho Mrs. John D. Miller, of Lebanon counties of Madison Estill, JackJunction, is visiting her mothor, son, Clay, Laurel, Knox, Bell, Mrs. Fred KreiiRer. Whitley, Wayue, Pulaski, LinColli.jr, the polo man, of coln. Garrard and Rockcastle. R L. Crab Orchard, is at Hot Springs The officers are E R. Gentry, Paris, Franco, President; 0 L. for a two weeks stay. Cummins, who is work Conyers, Somerset, Vice PresiJohn ing in Harlan county, spent the dent and Miss Amy Procter of this city, Secretary. If your Bible week with homofolks. Scbo.it Was nvt npuotttUil delo .Miss Tabitlm'Miitt wis with gates SOo" that' this" is doue this attending the K. E. A. noxt Sunday and that their names are sent next day to Mrs. W. J. irnarks, Chairman of tho Hospitality Committee, Mt Vernon, Ky., and a place will be provided delegates. Seventy-livfor your or more dolegates and speak ers are expectoj and tho people of tho Christian Church are ready to take care of all that coiuo. J e hoys in hospitals. Tomorrow is election day ut the Graded School building. Four members are to bo elected for the Graded School Board. Those whose terms expire at this timo are Gus Staverson, R. L. McFcr-roT. NKNoo and W. H. Kish Up to this time wo have not heard of any ticket or any ono who aspires. if you have anything to contribute to the Red .Cross sale, i",jr,,,,,,S iroui an uiu 111111,10.1 uircsuing macuino, wing it in next Monday morning, May 6, and leave it at Rod Cross head quarters. Every one can bring something No matter what it is, if you want to help the Red Cross you have an opportunity Salo will take placo in front of Red Cross headquarters 'at o'clock. R. L. Smith will bo auctioneer. n, May 7. LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG m you cliooso clothes it's worth something to linvo to choose from, nil good. We've got them; real quality clothes ; unequal vnlucs at $15, $20 and $25. 13 "A Scrap of Paper" is the title of the Play and it is worthy of a good audience. Admission 15, 25, aud 85 cts. WHEN Fok Sai.k: A Jewett refrigerator, heavy oak case, capacity 75 lbs ice, iu porfect condition Has boon used only three years. Cost 30. Will sell for 12. W. B. Relnke, Box H4. Wanted: Mt. Vernon, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 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 confidence. PiMFECT COM POUT. Why worry along witli dii.com-for- t and netve racking oflort, when a pair of Byruo Fitted Glasses will give you porfect comfort and efllcicncy. J. J BVUNK, Optometrist and Optician at Rockcastle Hotel. Mt. Vernon , May 3rd and 4th. The following boys left Wednesday for Fort Thomas. This is a special call, as we understand and not a part of a second quotu. Our first quota has been filled. The list is as follows: Bradley Brown, Spiro; Ard Cox, Brodhead; Fred Shivcl. Brodhead; Manuel Reynolds; Wildie; Thomas Hayes, Maret-burGeorge Russel Scctt, Quail, Delberl B Moberly, Gauloy. g; Livingston, and. Brodhead each win the Honor IN Flag On the Soldier's Special By Dr. M. Pennington ROCKCASTLE uJt -- . could. Mrs. Alico Childreswa3 called to Middletown, Ohio, last week on account of the illness of hor "OVER1THETOP" -- H-i .a" daughter. Mrs. J. W. Moore, of the Hiatt section continues 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 & McBee. Third Liberty Loan go Mr. T. R. Moss, representing the Food Administration will be in Mt. Vernon next Tuesday May 7th, and will addrpss the citizens in the Court house at 2 o'clock p. m. on mat aay on tne impor tance of food conservation. Hear him, he will have a message of vital importance to every Ameri cau citizen. Money is more 'plentiful than it ever was during tnis generation The high prices makes these times about normal times, as to cash and price. If we uso as much 'food and clothing and waste as much as in normal times, we can't help ti nance this war. But, if we economize all can save at least one fourth of our earnings. .Then all .canJbuy bonds undjplonato to the Red Cross. Not only did Rockcastle over the top, out eacn 01 tlie threo town of the county, to which allotments were made have each gone over, by a margin of about 25 '.per cent. The quota for Rockcastle was 6,200, di- Mrs. Muttie Mullins, who is taking a special course in bookkeeping and typewriting at Berea. was with homefolks Sunday and Jr., has boon of the Local appointed Clerk Board, to fill Mr. Roinke's placo. A good selection for this most , important place. Mrs. E. S. Albright and daughters, Dorothy and Lucille and Mrs. V. H.FUh and ton William, arc with Loudon relatives for tlio week-end- . Jones B. Proctor has moved Monday. F L. Thompscn from Orlando to Kichmond and Charles Parsons is the now L. & N. ngout at Orlando. Mr. Proctor is operator at Ft. Estill. W H. Fish was in Indianapolis Tuesday. Carson, Pirio Scott y Co.. of Chicago, have a Ereat of their lino in the "Hoo&ier" capital and this sale is what Mr. Fish attended. loft this Mr. W. B. Roinko morning for Muscle Shoals, Alu , whore ho meets Dr. Landis, Director General of Air Nitrates Corporation, Agent for Ordnance Department for the recovery and manufacture of nitrogen from the air. Tboro are to be tivo of tboo plants in tho United States, which cost $40,000,000. each. Mr. Relnko is mining engineer. We regrot to lose these most excellent people from our midst, but we trust the change will be both profitable and pleasant. Mrs. Relnko will remain in Mt. Vernon until about Juno 1st, when sho will leave to join Mr. Relnko. dis-pla- LOCAL There will bo un examination hold at London, Ky.. May 27th, 1918 by tho U. S. Civil Service Commission, as a result of which it Is oxpected to niako certlfkatl,m to till u contemplated vacau- cy in the position of fourth class postmaster ut Livingston, Ky. - . ( vided as follows: Tho Bank of Mt. Vernon and tho Peoples Bank had a combined quota of $23,750; Citizons Bank Brodhead, quota 89,200, and Iurst State Bank, Livingston, quota $3,250 The sales from the four banks roDorted up to noon yesterday, gives a total of $47,500. This amount will bo increased to near by tomorrow' night ly $5o,ooo nght when the Third Liberty comes to a close. Loan drive Tlie two Mt. Vernon banks reBank port $32,160; Citizens 10,600 and tho First State Bank, 4.750. from 36 subscrlbors. To our four excellent banks, is duo all praise for their excellent work. Tho good people of Wildie should bo remembered as olaying an Important part in this successare ful drive, in fact thore thoso from every section who did good work. Tho meeting at the Court houso Monday when over $i2,oOo of this amount wus raised was ono ot tho most enthusiastic meetings over hold In that building for any purpose, and when the Hon. W. 0. G Hobbs, who camo hero from Lexington to address the peoplo on the subject of tho Third Liberty Loan had finished his address he called for subscriptions and the which pervaded tho crowd brought subscriptions thick and many of them fast, although wero of the $50 denomination. Judge Hobbs is a most, pleasing and interesting speaker and his vocabulary embraces every word, with just tho proper shade of meaning to describe that barbar-ious- , inhuman German race, led by a mad man, whom they worship more than the Christ, against whom the world Is strug gHng to day for freedom. Tho list ot liberty loan pur chasers will appear in our next Issue, if you do not have a bond get one before the bank closes tomorrow. If you don't you will be ashamed of it whon it is ail too lute. Carter, of Berea. with the H.C. Whitmer Company, proprietory medical manufacturers of Columbus, Ind , was in town last Tuesday looking after the interest of is company, lie being tlie state agent, and is securing a local agent to repre sent Rockcastle. A. I J. d ABOUT RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism causes mote pain and suffering than any other disease, for the reason that it is tho most common of all ills, and it is certainly gratifying to sufferers to know that thore is a remedy that will afford relief, and make rest aud sleep possible. It is called Chamberlain's Liniment Hams: I want you have to sell. cts per lb. all tho hams Will pay 25 T.J. Pi:nnington. rurity 90 09 SEED COM Germination For Sale $5.00 a Bushel 1. F. GRIFFIN at The grind of brakes the escaping steam in clouds and the train stood still, the conductor came down a id said, you will have to come up this way, and twenty of our young men, practically fit and mentally qualified for the army service made their way through a throng of relatives and friends, who had been buying Liberty Bonds and deolaring their intentlon-o- f standing back of our army with might and main. In two minutes tbo;speeiajJ was underway, Jut.;- - Vernon left behind. On looking fJrjrough tho train wo saw a fine bunch of men from the' Cumberlands and Black Mountains. No one could be seen of the type described by the novelist as the feudist or clansman of the "mountains. None showed signs of fear or reluctance. None were boasting of their intentions, they were just plain but determined men from the mountaftiBection of Kentucky that ever has responded to our country's call. The men of pure n blood, who have made history in all wars in which our 'country. nas engaged, There was the bookkeeper, the clerk, theorny handed farmer and coaK marked miner all mingling as brothers. Thero was1 the well dressed young man, hrfir cut and cleanshaven accepting a scat beside the poorly clad boy with faded cotton shirt and long unkept hair. There was good ftllow-shiof all. The line that made society the class here had been .erased. All on this train wero of one class. Americans, who wore an. sworing the call of their1 country, and there are 'gpiy Jtw634"asses iu this nation tqday, ProjLmeri-caand Prq.di)rrna.n.,tiere is no middle ground IAe are not jielping in soirie'vw' ' (6 win this war we are helping the enemy by drawing our support from this country and not giving in return what is our reasonable share ot assistance. These , men were cheerfully going to a caatonement where restrictions will bo put on their acts and mode of living to prepare for a fight for their lives and tho freedom of tho world. The tram stopped for water at Brodhead aud for many of tho tho amuteur soldiers this stop is pleasantly rewarded. Tho ladies Anglo-Saxop WVd rather "miss" a sale than misrepresent any article. The loss of a sale means little to us; the loss of your confidence much. We like to emphasize for the benefit of particular men that "we've got the goods;" clothes and furnishings as fine as ever, in as great a variety as ever. &&&' "w Come in and look us o en. If you can't afford to buy both clothing and Bonds, buy Liberty Bonds. Interesting Exhibits in Our Show Windows ; See Them ! : THE CASH STORE MAIL ORDERS Promptly rilled 1 0 handed a of that good town bunch of beautiful flowers to each one who could get to them, and the boys handled these tokens of love very tenderly, and the light that came in the loues?me boys' faces was fine. Some of them said, on the return from France, they would stop off at 33 n American Red Cross, if they DO YOU ENJOY LIFE? know how ardently Brodhead A man in good physical condiwomen are working they would tion is almost certain to enjoy think even more tenderly of life, while tho bilious and dythem. speptic aro despondent, do not One young man was asked of enjoy their meals and feel .mis-erabl- o his occupation, meaning to learn a good share of the timo. of what he had dono at home This ill feeling is nearly always He replied: "I am a soldier unnecessary. A few doses of Brodhead. They complimented now, I was a miner." While ho Chamberlain's Tablets to tono up the voune ladies very highly and wore no uniform, no rank or Hie stomach, improve the digeslook in his eye, one said there wore more pretty olor. he had thut aud the bearing whici convinced tion and regulate the bowels is there than ho had ever us that ho was in truth all that is needed. Try it. girls the "A Soldier." seen together. It caused The boys from Rockcastle con. writer to reflect for a minute and decide, that it was likely a true duotod themselves lino on this Biodhead ladies are statement. very fair and tho tliougiuuiness ot the girls made them doubly dear to the soldiers foi any act of kindness is very much appreci ated by a new soldier and when tho boys are on the foreign bat tle field and see the work of tho soldiers, lot them remain as privates or gain promotion, will bo such that the people hero will be proud of them. trip and I am sure their career ab DR. WALTER Offioo f Dentist Baker's Store GASTOSIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FDR U.G. Over MT.VKUNON, KKNTUCKY "W-A.- R! ON THE It's Hard to Tell Which IS The Best WEW ' If r? if 'ffZTmlr.zii "High Cost of Living" . QUAKER OATS, 15 lbs "Burt OlneyV CANNED Corn, BOLOGNA SAUSAGE per lb. . TOMATO SOUP, 15 c cans for at 11 at 15 PEAS. 20 c cans TOMATOES, 3 lb. cans, 20 c size c c 18 c 10 c 12 c . . . 15c 10 c YOU made. Nothing equals LEATHER for making good shoes. Many substitutes for leather arc often used where they because they arc cheaper than leather. cannot be seen But you may be assured or honest lcathcr-bui- lt shoes, correct styles, and satisfaction by purchasing by its appearance. Merchants, themselves, are often deceived and cannot be certain as to what tlie shoe is actually worth unless it 13 cut up to sec how it is can seldom determine tho real value of OYSTERS, 15 c size KARO (white) SYRUP, I Gallon KARO (red) SYRUP. Gallon . SUGAR, per lb 40 35 09 c c c MATCHES, per box 05 The Friedman-Shelb- y All-Leath- er Shoe;: R In the line you will find ihoes at every price, of every tyle, for any purpose the various brand included are "Atlantic" thoca for men. Pacific" hoc for women, "Red Coom" hoc for children, and "Honuty" heavy work jli&es. ALL THE TIME. See ui for these goods, WAR! COST EVERY DAY ON THE "HIGHT OF LIVING." The Blue Front Store jjgSwSBsy niKESSiiii; John Robins BRODHEAD, KY. W. F. BAKER Right Oppisite Court House. the DliffllM 4WTfB& LIVINGSTON Children Cry for Fletcher's k- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the cignature of ana has teen made under his t, per-tVd All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- sonal supervision Eince Its Infancy. Allow nn ono in ApcpIvi rrmi In ihin 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 Feverlshness arising' therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and uatural sleep. Ihe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (-&- a? In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind THB Ww CINUUN COMMNV, &&U You Have Always Bought IPW VONK riTV, Who Is Most Benefitted t " 8 -b- yThe Money Mou Earn?!m You Are If you save it 2E?&aKa $ Others Are If you spend it m I Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with m m I The Bank of Mt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings H i i 5 EaSEBBSHEHaaH Tli? "Green. Scal'd" Home tractive. Cottage, Bungalow, and great mansion all alike need Hannn's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may bo ever so costly, and of pleasing architecture, but it must bo kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered atUsnig Ilanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much nn ex- pense as an investment. It pays back a good deal moro thai; it cost? Ir ;irotcHng property, in beautifying it, and in its satisfactory service. Foure had the misfortune to lost-lino cow this week - Mrs John Graves who ms been visiting at Paris for a few days, bun returned homo, V. A. Warren was in Louisville, Saturday, to seo his brother, Robert, who is stationed at Camp Taylor. Mrs Lc Hoy Cox and children, ate at Lily this week with relatives. A little child of Mr and Mrs W M. Poll has been quite hick for a fow days. Fishermen are doing n land office business now, and tunny be Iho tinny tribe tliat.me losing their lives. L. H. Davis has located a vein of coal on his hind just across Kounustone Greek, facing Livingston. The coal is thirty inches thick Last Tuesday several uutos were nafsinsrover the cross ing in the north part of town at. tho Iron Bridgo, and ono negro thought he w'ould cross nt the same time that 37 caino to the crossing, but there was a col lision The negro jumped and escaped injury but the machine collided with the train which rendered tho machine unlit for a Mr. .VcMiiliin is nun of don i.i'( i (! l'ii's it i si jiritgressivi! mniH'i.s, hut nt phi'iit is in von pool lunlli. Tin.', is ilio fust tino Gotinty Chap that t i wjitur ha- - stoti Iiiin since The I ted wo I it old Level Green - J. I J ler of American National Gross w'll put. on n snlo at public Wrtilnll, ttavebnjj Ieiii'ii. of Lot ijon, K , wu hero Iji tweoti ouici'v nil r i'ldniii ted fnr tha1 Mr. and purpose in front, of Rtd Cross triiins, WidniMlny. Mrs .1 'I' Oiimry ami two soiis. hofltlquirtors at p 111 , on Mon nro st t'lidii'i; n few dus in Lotus day, May 6th. They will offer Tilt? brick lim rs Hint iim? live stock, farm mm guidon s'eds uille nierehnndi-o- , homo made articles, 'ti building L II DrfVi- -' books, relics liou.--o uro ui'ttiii nloiiR fine, u- - d souvenirs, of this sate will bo cash, it 'vill nut. be luny; until there will Ik? iiiui'Ikm hnti-- e in town t' at Wi- nnd ijvorv cent redisd will go to tt 111 h( proud of. S. K Hi'lliird. Army relief of tho ltd Cross. of Mt VeiTon wns hero Siiturdny CAUSE OF HKADACHI3 K finishing up n job for J, - Mrs Clou Griffin Hy knowing the muse, a di Druintuimd ra 1'oniiiiut.in, sense may often be avoided. This and aunt, Miss hnvc returned from Loudmi -- Rov is pirticulnrly true of headache. V. M Jona. of East. Hirns-pdi- . filled bis regular nppniuttiR-ii- t at. The most common cauee of head- stomach or Hie lSupll.--t church, Saturday and achu is a Tlnunns lluds. who constipation, which may bo cor Sunday recently moved bore from t ectod by taking a few does of Beinstf.dl,iiiid who ha- - Iimmi quite 'liHinb'M-UiirTablets. Try it. sick Inr Seine tinn. dud Sunday Many others hive obtained perof that di'taddhcisctuhi rculo.-- L lie leaves a wife nnd one child and manent relief by taking these a host of friends to iiinurn his Tablets They are easy to take death. Ho w.-- laid to rest Moil and mild and gentle in effect. day, in the fmi.ily buryii.fr ground on Oauley Urancli. with Junior Mechanic honors, of which he was rv l . a member. W.M. lirady is spend iiiK a few days in Lebanon June tion and Lnuisiille Geo. who has been quite sick for MMiiu timo seems to grow weaker Mrs Maggie Martin has returned from a few days' visit Satisfacl ion Guaranteed with relatives at Hernstadt -- Last Monday a strangei-camService Reasonable, to town who looked like a Gei'iinm He was nil over town and at last Will till ciigngemonts at the citizens became suspicions any time on short notice nnd he was nr tested and .enrolled a but nothing was found jnn Iiiin, jprhcutir. st lirodhead Kscbangc chool" "Day" and' wo He" left town. Wo claim "ibis is a u earnestly hope that evory man, good policy. When s rancors woman, boy and girl will lend come to town th;y should g'u'O an '"grfgjiavpra their presence for ono hour next -t- SUKv-TrW!?.1 t of themselves, and there1 Sunday. Five hundred in Sun-tin,.,."1 UrillHW by save tnemselves a great dealot M.. School in firodhcad next embarrassment. But thu time has Sunday is tho mark, let's reach come when you have to keep a it. Go yohrsolf, get somo one sharp lookout and sleep with one to go with ou and we can have oc upon, for you might rake the in the three Sunday School 750. bottomless pit of torment with n Everybody go. tinotooth comb and you would not Continued on 2nd page. find a meaner thing than u Gorman. J. B Donnllv, the Irish operator, was in Stanford. Saturday. FAR fiEts5!5S R Ii.Gold. round house foreman, was in (Jorbin, Saturday. J. M -!. i 1 t e 11 1 hu.-hus s Mc-Com- Ponninghui, of London, was here between trains, Mondny, Ji'l'ii McMullin, or near Lovel (tun, utiH bore between trains, . cdt'Csdit , tn route luim' from K best pos'siblo services rendered "iio of our eovs vlTilo ho is so far from homo would be worth that Your boy may need amount help, if he dont. Mime inutlioi h wo must, rnne x.xo "oy will, lb 'nsand and fiiv liun Ired duliars us preliminary to tho Groat. Ited ('I's-- drne which willvoine May aoth to 27th SMITH AUCTIONEER o -- gcr lus left standing on the street, sound tho horn until tho battery gives out nnd thou IraVO their foet and hand prints nil over the cir. tnnking it look like nn old careVi-- if It bad just como from tho factory. It is not the desire to cause any ono to py it cent in fine, but tho object is to stop sucli unthoughtednoss.' Mrs Tilinnii Gilpin, of St. Louis, arrived horo Saturday and is spending a fuw days with Mrs. R H, Hnmm and other rolativos. -- J. II. Thompson and John Kigsby, of Lincoln, wcro in town Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Baker, of Laurel, camo down aturaqy nnu were guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. N. Howling, over Sun day. Mr. Baker returned Mon day. Mrs Uakor will stay with home folks several days before returning homo. A baby girl was born to tho wife of W. O Yadon a few davs ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Orton wcro from Mt. Vernon a few days ngo visiting relatives here next Sunday. Kid. J. W. Musters, of Corbm, was in town Wednesday looking after his property hero Mr. and Mrs. Dick Albiight, who have been in Ashville, N. C., for the past several months, arrived hero Wednesday morning to spend a fow da;s with relatives. Thoy have been in North Carolina on account of tho condition of Mr Albright's health, and judging from his appeal anco ho is much bettor and wo hope that he will soon recover sufficiently to como back to stay. Everybody is urged to attend somo Sunday School next Sunday. It is iiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinisiinirfl e A Business Should be as Big as Its Job If bigness is of benefit to the public it should be commended. The size of a business depends upon the needs which that business is called upon to serve. A business should be as bis a its job. You do not drive tacks with a pile' driver or piles with a tack-hamme- r. E3 P EH Swift & Company's growth has been the natural and inevitable result of national and international needs. Larce-tcaproduction and distribution are necessary to convert the live stock of and the West into meat and to distribute them over long distances to the consuming centers of the East and abroad. le Only an organization like that of Swift & Company, with its many packing plants, hundreds of distributing houses, nnd thousands of refrigerator cars, would have been able to handle the varying seasonal supplies of live stock and meet the present war emergency by supplying, without interruption: First The U. S. soldiers and the Allies in Europe by shipping e.s much 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. But maiy people ask Do producers and consumers pay too much for the complex service rendered? Everyone, we believe, concedes the efficiency of the Swift & Company organization in performing a big job in a big way at a minimum of expense. Swift & Company's total profit in 1917 was less than A cents on each dollar of sales of Elimination of this meat and profit would have had practically no effect on live stock and meat prices. Do you believe that this service can be rendered for less by any other conceivable method of organization or operation? Thes questions and other! r answered fully and frankly in tha Swift ft Company 1918 Year Book sent free on request. Address Swift ft Company, U. S. Yards, Chicago EPi-oun- -; y 11 Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: 2 "From the time I entered Into womanhood . . . ijookcd with dread from one month 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, . . . 1 decided to CAStO.KJA SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. I rTf5 I Swift ' - & ' Company, U.S.A. " f N- Us ' H'l will on Monday, April 22, it being regular County Court day, "i'ir at the front door of tho Court House, in Mt Vernon, Ky., offer for snle to the highest bidder tho following tracts or parcelsof land, to satisfy the tax duo tho county and state for the years 1916 and 1017: Precinct No. 1. Tnc & cost MmixzzN -- ........ . m 2I!5X E B TAKE tr.-ii- The Woman's Tonic ' I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "snd was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . " It has now been two years since I tookCardul, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If yousulfcrpaln caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-d- o wn 6ystem, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try'Car-du- i. It helped her. We believe it will help you. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney it Co, doing business in tho city of Toledo, County and State afotesmd, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRKIJ DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured hy tho use of HALL'S CATARRH MHDI CINH. Sworn to before me and sub scribed m inv presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. (Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notarv Public. Hall's Catarrh ' Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho Svsteiu. Send for testi monials free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 750. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. AA. J .Wstf ,.. 'ot. Q't ''! 'sZSESSSEZdSSmXZiSK&El Coffey, Mary, 1 town lot 5 00 2.r 29 Kuiiihvy, Mrs S II. I town tot 9 30 Wullen. Mrs Roberta, 1 town lot l'reclni-- t No. 7. Tax & cost l'ixhlmck, Mm Ada, I town lot. $ 9 01 2 30 I'oilnibh, June, NR, 1 town lot . 14 40 Sums, J V, NR, 3 town lots. . . . 6 45 Whitaker, James, 4 acres Precinct No. 8. Tax & coat Norton, I M, 1751 acres f 1184 4 SO Kcnner, R H, CO acres 3 07 Runner, M F, 25 acres 2 20 Ilyre, N J, 40 acres Precinct No. 10. Tax & cost 7 38 Mobley, Junies, 18." ncrca 2 68 V. Mink, Mrs M H. 30 acres 10 83 Overljay, Mrs Nancy, 100 acres. l'rccinct No. 12. Tax & cost 2 58 Lay, Prank, 15 acres 8? 4S?Si ! WARP Argument I sWCMSMHw&sTCn 9. in fuvor of this store is tho fnct that the most skillful nit'chiiiues always come here lor thuira. You don't liavo to lm tola the reason, You can easily figure it out yourself. COMfi AND SEK. c. 1 1 Mt. Vernon, c. cox 1 1 1 Cam SuZIXIIZIXIDZ2XDaiIH n...')iawwiaisasi))atj0asatjaoiacaaeaa .. ooaaa i. a Mui.lins, Kx Sheriff ot uockcastle uo 0 1 Opoosjte Court House : ti:itinttti)'iiitnitii 0 ........ iaajaaaaia)aaaaiaa)aaa)' ; tjt:: t t::ft t ! ,t t : t: .. .. 1 ... :t s 1. All Druggists 1.68 o... . ao... 9a... . Food will Win thefl! DON'T WASTE IT Be a B "tea aaa a a a a)0 RAISE IT Producer As Well as Consumer ff ..as a at) -- taa a a a m ea .at) J.B. NOE I BR OD H EAD GBANVIULB OWENS Undertaker brk99uad c R E D CRO S S NOTES. Tbo American representatives ot c LINE Coffins, Ja!BBBBBBBRlVaBBBaUeaaam OasketH & Robes Mall, Telegraph or Tele- phone II Orders Promptly -f- til2'cft".--s"5i Filled ( wounds of our soldiers, nurse them back to health, so thoy can como back to home and mother. Thoy say they can furnish the hospitals, doctors, nurses and dressing, if wo will raiso for thorn one hundred million dollars. Of this umount Rockcastle county's quota is twenty.five hundred dol lars, auouc iwuiveuowursnnu utty cents for each soldier from this county now in tho army, T1)0 Red Cross over there must have money to bind un the tho Tho Board of Trustees of tho town of Urodhcad at a regular 0a... a... a... meeting a fow nights ago passed liaa... an ordinance prohibiting uny ono a... a... from "catchitiK on" to running . automobiles or any other vehicle, a... a... also prohibiting uny one from a... a... molesting, or otherwise interior a... e... ring with automobiles left stand a... a... hiR on the streets, and tho fiuo a... a... is two dollars livery violation a... a. will ba punished to the extent of a.M a... tho hw, and besides there will bo a committee to jook alter tno violators and report it to the proper authorities. It is very embarrassing to see a crowd of boys, and often times girls, g t ssibly somostran. a a..-a..- a... a... .. . RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GKAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH a... ' a... PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. 4 Money in the pocket burns, 4 Pat it in tho Peoples Bank. 4 Opon "P a checking account with us, f Your cancelled checks returned will show whoro your monoy has gone, and thoy will spur you on to save for tho bettor things of life. a ...a, a. a, aaa -- i.aa. WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACOOUrVTS PEOPLES BANK 1 MT. VERNON, KV. 1 T::i.'iiii. 11 111 .(in tn 111 a a ...a a m iiMiij) CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S r'UR .ataaaaasjaaaaaai 11. a a a aa a .1 r.:;:T it nt,,,.,,,,,,,,,. .'w Children Ory Onliaren Dry F0H FLETCHER'S A 3TO R IA CASTORIA 11 : 11 aa 1 n ,ii ii.t si 11 ! 1 11 : 1 1 1 :: 1 : 11 1 11 11 1 22 FOR FLETCHER'S