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You see no gorgeous array of fashion-able dressed women; no Hashing of diamonds; no gay parties and receptions given, that the wet lth and worldliness of the average tcurist may be displayed. While' IS IS it is not an unhappy party, it is a serious party and practically! every person on board is going ea a serious mission of some kind. Y.M.C.A. men and worn- en; Red Cross nurses and doc- tors; balvation Army workers; ambulance drivers; Frenchmen who have been living in our annual loss by preventable fires, in the Uniced States, exDonatory volunteering for service ceed $ in Prance; American, Canadian Most preventable fires originate in neg and French officers going or re lected rubbish, in back yards, attics, cellars, etc. turning to the front; one hundred aviatots for immediate service in ' The annual loss thru lack of painting exceeds the annual loss by fire. France and another class of which I do not feel free to tell you. There are no blazing lights at night with music and dancing on deck as of old. On the contrary to protect your property against ravages of storm and sun. of rain and sleet, and as soon as it is dark, every win all their racking stresses. dew and port hole from which a Paint and Varnish also protect your health. They make Sanitary arfaces genu- single ray of light might escape proof and washable, on inside and outside walls. is closed and if you walk the T7IjST of the American Army they died in France! Gresham! deck as I often do, you do it in We have and sell a full line of Paints and Varnishes for all purp mm, x Knrioht! Hay! They died for us. And willin&lv. But smoking or darkness. Not even lighting a match on deck at night not, pray God, in vain. I was even kindly ask by the For the sake of them, if for no other reason, will you not guard to conceal my wrist watch give to the Red Cross which will care for rhe men that follow them? which has a radium face. It makes you feel a little creepy to For the sake of what they died for, will you not give and be on deck and feel that you are give till the heart says stop? a part of this great, dark mass of None of us here can give as greatly as they gave and as steel, with its human freight of others are yet to give. But can we not sacrifice ourselves a little? more than 18O0 souls and that ago, a even beneath the waves lurks a the Kevolutionary war was not on and you had to hold onto you that several days Will you take a little from the comforts of your life and give, not deadly euemy seeking their de- a war by the Knglish people, but your chair, I managed to get Greek who was going home to die a mere "conscience gift" that salves your pride and lets you say r away on board and at struction. The ship is equipped was a war between the colonies enough to eat to save me. Don't passed to yourself: "I have given to the Red Cross" but a gift that let anything Keep you from light the next morning he was with a wireless outfit and we get on one side and a German King thinking of buried in the usual way at sea. cuts down into the quick and hurts because it makes you deny on the throne of England on the eating, if you are a war bulletin every day, but E. R. G. yourself? One hundred million dollars is needed now. very little other news. There are other side. We have always sea sick. It was rough all morn- heard that the English people ing but this afternoon is more life boats everywhere and three Remember they gave till they died! Of them we asked guns, one at the front and two were in sympathy with us but calm. We had not seen a vessel their lives; of you only money. Millions of Americans will pledge at the rear. There has so far that is putting it stronger than for days, but this morning three a part of each month's earnings during June, July, August and Sept. For Infants and Childrt a seemed little need for any of lever heard it put before and passed far on our left and then them Nothing like a submarine especially by a man who Knows. on our right we soon saw nine. In Use For Over 30 Years There are many, many things There were seven large ships, Always bears has been seen and the weather Will You Do the has been so calm and lovely that in this trip that interests me. but being convoyed by a destroyer on Signature of OCtrffftfejgytt I do not want to make this le Mer either side and a little in advance Red Cross 2nd Fund May 20-2- 7 I have not even been seasick. too long. I will reach Paris on ' Thpv wfirfi outward bound and , nlll-.M- I I'llll.',! Yesterday we entered the war ABOUT KtlCLMAUOU. . tliey uicw uussi, re ju,n .kl Wr. vmmm the 10th of this month if nothing as .u. A Every cent given to Red Cross War Fund goes helpinc the starving women and children in I zone and things changed consider for War Relief. the ruined districts of France and Italy it perform.Rheumatism causes nioie pain happens and will soon have maDy that the destroyer nearest us, a distinctly military service. A soldier who know-thThe Captain stays con ably. The American Red Cross is the largest and most more interesting things to write was flying the American flag and and suffering than uuy other di-i- t Red Cross is helping his family fights with tinually at his place now and has efficient organization for the relief of suffering that renewed spirit. home and as long as your subdid look good. We looked with sease. for the reason that it is the world has ever seen. his meals carried to him. One Thus does Red Cross help to win the war. are interested I shall be all the eyes we had to see if we the most common of all ills, and It is made up almost entirely of volunteer work year ago the 13th of this month scribers Congress authorizes it glad to write. In my last letter could see a "blue jacket," but it is certainly gratifying to suf-n- o ers, 10,000,000 unselfish Americans. this ship was attacked and a torTresidcnt Wilson heads it to the (Signal, I gave my Paris one was in sight. We are ferers to know that there is a It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, pedo fired at her, but the CapThe War Department audits Its accounts. both military and civil, in every address wrong and want to cor- now in the Bay of Biscay and remedy that will afford relief, and Allied tain saw it coming and so maneucountry. Your Army, your Navy, and yooafcAllies enthus rect it. I shall be very glad, will reach the Gerome river and make rest and sleep possible. It vered the vessel that it missed It is there to help our soldier boys in time of astically endorse It. even grateful for a lttter from safety tonight. I for m t to tell is called Chamberlain's Liniment. Twenty-twneed. million in ii inn IiihhJiiIiii il it its mark. For this valuable serany of my friends, although I vice of captain and crew the pasmay not be able to write them all. sengers then on board presented My permanent address will be 4I a bronze statue, which now staud Ru; de Provence, Paris, France. at the top of the stairway leading I thought when I got on board This Space is Patriotically Donated by to the upper deck. The gunners that I would have so much time, Mrs. Mary Fennell, R. F. D. , PoMade Well are constantly at their post these I would write everybody, but not mona, Missouri, writes: last two days; the watchmen on so. There are too m ny interest"I wish to say a few words in the By Peruna. praise of Peruna. I have used it the front and rear of the vessel ing things around. I have not with good results for cramps in the have been doubled and a lookout even taken time to read. Why stomach. Also found it the very My Sister of the head. Mj has been stationed in the "crow's you can just look into the sea for thing for catarrh of catarrh it stomwas cured sister must see for yourself that your and then we began to take our nest" on the mast high above Also Cured ach by the use of Peruna.'' a whole day and never tire is safe- own stream and you could feel trunk and other baggage Mrs. E. T. Chomer, 69 East 42nd the ship. The life boats are all St., Chicago, 111., says: "Manalin With love to all, ly on board and in your state the pulsations of the mighty enBy Tells of prepared and instead of being on best laxative on the market for liver K. R. Gejntky. us which was room. It was possibly three gines beneath and bowels, very good for indigestion the boat, they are swinging at and heart burn. thirty when Mr. Vanee, the man I driving us from home, loved ones the side just above the prome April, 8, 191 8. Those who object to liquid medi-- PE-RU-N- A laud, out into the who came with me from Camp and native nes can secure Peruna tablets. a P. S. nade decK, ready to lower at Somewhere in the Atlantic Taylor, and i got settled in our mighty ocean, which was as new moments notice. We have all I must add a little post script April 7, ms. stateroom. We settled down with and strange to many of us as was been drilled in just how to put on to my letter written yesterday. visions of possibly lying there was scarred, battle wrecked blood our life belts and the quickest This will be the last day I can Editor of Mt. Vernon Signal. to for hours and stealing out in drenched laud and people Mt. Vernon, Ky. way to reach the life boat has mail a letter to return on this of the night, but which we go. There was a raw the darkness Edgar: Dear been assigned us. We had the ship. Last night the Captain closing our eighth not so. By tour 0 ciock we were w.nd blowing, so soon after dark opportunity to rent one of the gave orders for everybody to We are had day out of New York and I moving. And we, Y. M. C. A. I went below and retired and life saving suits for the small sleep with their clothes on and we a pretty good night's rest. It c'nn.. allies hannened n this men were in U. S. uniform, of Five Dollars, but some keep Ctheir life belts close by. typi sum allowed to make our was still cold Sunday. vovcre that is likelv to happen,- were not mm one proposed that we go across, This created a good deal et ner'" "p"anything else happens, 1 selves seen until we were out of cal Easter and you were uncom- just as our soldiers go, with the vousness, including a large share or if may not be left to tell it and this sight of land. You may guess fortable on deck even with an ordinary life belt furnished by for myselt so I went to bed say that I could sleep it off. "When it was raining you couldn't letter will never reach you so I at the reason why. This letter overcoat, so I cannot the vessel and nearly all the Y. early to see if J of the Signal will not be censored, but there particularly enjoyed the day. In thought the readers when it wasn't it didn't need It '. A I slept pretty good but woke up which I do not the afternoon we had an easter men followed the suggestion. of might be interested in a descrip- are some things many of the passengers about three o'clock with a kind ieel like telling, even though it service in the big dining room great across the rolled Buy your Roofing we have it tion of a voyage chairs feeling that I was being to pass the censor. which we all. en joyed very much slept in their steamer on a barrel. 1 in these war times. It is does not have guaranteed 25 years. on deck last night, but my room down a hill and I have just We could look from the win- It was so beautiful, in the after now 12 o'clock at the railing around my noon that I walked the deck mate, a fane fresbyterian minis- grabbed Sold everywhere for $3.25 our price had my dinner, but of course dows as we dropped quietly and when well awake away from the for a long time and it got much ter, and I, after he had read a hunk Two-Pl- y Rooting a Good One $1 .75- you are about now having your down the bay. chapter from Romans and offered realized that we had encountered breakfast or possibly your morn- - nier and there was marked dif warmer. We,..must have gone a word of prayer, went to bed rough sea at last. The ship pretty far south because Mon when your thoughts ing cocoa cola at Robert Harry's. ference between our departure our stateroom and had a good was trolling fiercely. I held on and the one .time departure of day dawned bright and warm in On Thursday night March mgrhts rest and I am sure feeling to my berth for an hour or more to the home and you make Prince- - such a ship. No crowd on the and the weather has been lovely ,8th we received word at we had slept in our but no sleep so I got up. It wa bye, in fact no ever since. Have not needed an better than if t that We were to be aboard wharf to sav good tne daylight by this time so I manI have spent hours clothes on deck. one of the one except those actually sailing overcoat. stairof the the Kochambeau, We will land at Bordeaux and aged to get to the top day and night walking the deck r i v e you will need WindowShades, passenger ships of the were allowed closer than the way and looked out. About that laree ought to reach there by tomorMops . u nn Kw i n'rlor.k Satur- - street. No waving of handker or sitting gazing out to sea and swept the upper and Curtains, Rugs, Door ..u j j - -- -- rre.icu nf ut.c in the wondering and wondering and row evening or Tuesday morn time a big wave ;0th We rushed cuieia am im"6 day March Be prepared to are likely deck, twenty five feet above the and they tell us llllfit vastness of and Furniture Polish xm Vnrlr nn Fridaviatr. ah was MAMM H"l O O TITO wondering at the you gaze out ingland on the verywepier from usual water line. I began to w vback to AtJV to by the btatue of this mighty deep as be worse the hot summer days by using one of o morning and began to get ready drifted down bedecked with which Count Rochambeau sailed think there Jmight Liberty and many points of in over its surface, and with scarcely time to eat or terest; passed the fort at the "whitecaps" for miles and miles when he came to America things 3 than submarines, and STOVES- I was going sleep we presented our seh es at which a and realize that you are looking to help us in our struggle ter wondered whether It was mouth of the bay from weather this gale without get-ththe boat as directed. salute was given us upon a mere dot of an "I" as Freedom and this reminds me of to aboard. farewell some hustling getting significant statement made to ting sea sick, but breakfast soon from one of the cannons planted compared with its length and tables You know you do not check us at Princeton by Alf Jfc.Noyes, came on, and although our ship and while there, and out to sea. At first breadth. keep the dishes baggage on a All is so dime rent from such a the great English poet ri e said had sideboards to by another boat are lots of porters, you we were towed there 1 FIRE ACCIDENTAL, , FIRE DECAY I CERTAIN WITHOUT PAINT. j CLEAN and The PAINT UiP 250,000,000. WE SELL PAINT INSURANCE The First Three! THE BLUE FRONT STORE, RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE ( day-neve- CASTORIA What To Help? War - at .. j ' war-tor- n i i J To Help Win The War 1 &, Catarrh of Stomach SUTTON MT. VERNON His I i Mc BEE KENTUCKY iri E.R.GENTRY VOYAGE c Now is the Time Remember the Story of the Leaky Roof ft $ $2.90. Red .T - At-lant- ic SlatedRoofing, TTI I turn HI - ,.;,,, .ain vij 11 i D " opring vicaumg Mats, J OIL V e , ' ' JOHN ROBINS, o BRO U H T" MMBfc MdfaMrtAiiiiMt-ir- ! mr ! I - MtVcrnon Signa and up lift of the higher tbUri this will be subject community. Then of course the to serious investigation. people should do their part to K H. T. YOUNG stands for kicking, Friday, May 10, 1918 make the efforts of the teacher Rockcastle County Food Something the Kaiser needs worth while. While we do rot And our boys will give the licHng Administer, Publish, d every Friday by advocate that her interest be inMt. Vernon. Ky. For his many unkind deeJs. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. spired by selfish motives, yet it a I mim rw is the duty of the pattons of A stands for aeony, That in jail he will receive. $I.O the school to see that she is DBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR sufficiently compensated for her Ad he 11 sure be thin and bony, When he gets a chance to leave Advertising rates maae known on efforts. It will be money well Office Over 1 nitwi spent, bearing interest ten told j stands for incriminate) application ... . . in the brightness, happiness and T, prosperity it will brine to a com-- And his soul God will : . exterminate KENTUCKY MT. VBBKON, MEMBER OF mumty. Help her in making For his lack of prayer and giace. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION the school bouse and surround- irgs as attractive as possible. If S stands for slaughter, That he's put upon the foe, need be, let the men and women lend the labor of their bands in But he'll be crying for some water, When he gets down below. iaPt, j making the necessary improvements Think how much more E stands for empire, alluring a nice, clean and at That will be his no more, tractive school room is to the destroy it bv fire, All I Can Sparc pupil child. How much more For we'll up to his very door. Right they will love to attend their You're a regular, studies in a comfortably heated R stands for rope, You love true-blu- e American. That will encircle his head, and well ventilated room. How that napping, snapping old nag. much more progressive they will For its the right kind of dope. Your heart thumps hard when become. Instill in them while Let us build you an inch To made bim good and dead. loythe troops tramp bv. You're ad. in this paper; a colyoung the idea of seeking the Here's to the name of the Kt.iser, al one hundred per cent umn ad., a page ad., or best that can be had and thereMay it soon be forgot, any old size ad. You intend to you want to by prevent ihem from settling For no one will be any wiser. help win the war in a hurry. in an old rut from which there Whether he lives or not. "baPiifice? Sure," you've been is no outlet. Let it tell in forceful terms: thinking, and you say "Just wait Then again the school house Here's to the little pine box, What you've got to sell till you really need my money." should be utiliz-In which old Bill will stay, as a center or What it's worth And you've honestly thought meeting place in all movements And we'll fasten him in with locks. Why it's best at that price To make sure he wont get away. that you meant that, too looking toward the betterment But look yourself in the eye, of the community. The people Here's to the day of his doom. now, and search up and down in- meet there and discuss ways Which we've planned, for many Such an advertisement side your heart. Did you mean and means for the improvement years, this paper will bring it? Did you really mean 'sacrif- of their farms and the manner Yet, when we put him in the tomb, buyers who hardly knew ice"? and mode of bettering the live Che world will shed no tears. you existed before you Listen: You feel poor. This stock and crops, in fact all things advertised. RAYMOND E. MEYERS. Third Liberty Loan, the high looking toward the progress of Raymond Meyers is the 15 prices, the income tax, all make our people. This has been tried your bit. successfully in many other com year old son of Dr. and Mrs. 'tftoprriott.l .m W.B.CJ you think you've done You feel that you've given all you muni ties and would prove most M. L. Meyers of Winchester. profitable and pleasant if put in can spare. FOOD ADMINISTRATION did you to effect in our own community. What? Then what try it. Rockcastle is a mean ? What was it that you Let's The State Food Administrasaid about loving jour country? wonderful country with stupendtion has asked me for the names What did you think the word ous possibilities if our people of all parties having wheat in but arouse themselves to a great "sacrifice" means? er and more harmonious effort their possession. I know of Surely you didn't mean, did for better farms, better churches, several small lots of wheat, but I do not want to send in the Satisfaction Guaranteed you. to give only what you can better schools, more attractive names of the holders. now spare. I Service Reasonable homes and more extensi e busimake this last request et the What about our boys who are ness. Will fill engagements at owners of this wheat to sell it to giving their lives in the trenches? Tabitha Hiatt. any time 011 short notice the miller before I make my reAre they giving only what they port to the State Administrator. Phone can "spare"? How about those 39 Brodhead Exchange The merchant can sell as much C mothers and little chilaren in the as twenty-fivpounds of sugar d towns of that war to customers who want to put swept hell, hungry, ragged, sob Since the Third Liberty Loan is up fruit by having the buyer bing. aloue giving up their homes, their husbands, their over and sale of Bonds reached sign a certificate that the sugar most Four Billion Dollars, every- is to be used in putting up fruit. fathers ? body now knows that the pee The merchant can get there cerAll this, while we over here, ple of the United States are tificates from the Signal office. with our comforts and pleasures, Our flour supply is now about united in helping win the war. hold up our heads and feel patri Now, the attention of the whole 50 per cent, short of normal and otic because we have given what? will Just some loose bills off the top United StatesA is turning to the The continue to grow shorter. Red Cross Government has ruled that war fund et One of our roll. "We've given all we Hunched Million Dollars is each individual who is a consumcan spare." the Lamp Oil th needed and must be raised bv er of flour must be limited to Saves Eyes Come Let's quit fooling our May 27th. Rockcastle county will not more than 6 pounds per Nothing is more important in the selves. Let us learn what 'sac- raise Two Thousand and Five month. Some of us have been home ttin clear, stead)- light. Ininre his by getting the oil that burns means. Let us begin Hundred Dollars of this amount. using less than this since the rifice" elear and dean without a flirv.r down to the last drop. PenruylraaJa now to give more than we can At the Sale at Mt. Vernon, Mon- - first of the year, and no loyal crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the inferior spare. Let us give to the Second day, Three Hundred and Sixty- - American mil use more until tank wagon oils saw MONKY tarts WORK saves eves. Red Cross War Fund Drive unti. Four Dollars was raised. This after the harvest. Your dealer has 30LITE OIL in barrels direct from our works. was a fine showing, realizing that '"the heart says stop." The Government has just ruled the arrangements and advertis that the wholesale price on bindChas. C. Stoll Oil Co. It is to be regretted that some ing were all made in three days er twine must not be more than Lexington, Ky. P.sflnery at barren. Pa. people have a misconception of the The Red Cross spirit was shown 23c per pound. The retailer is Wc sell the celebrated 'No Cart word Democracy which is being when two pounds of butter not to add more than Auto Oil. 2c per extensively used in connection brought $32.00; an egg brought pound and his freight. Prices with conditions of today. Many $7 00, and a $5.00 bill sold for are under the impression that 7 50when the war is won the whole But the real money raising must world will be turned over to the come May 20th to 27th. when Democratic, political party. There more than $2,000.00 must be raised is a movement on foot over the by subscription. This is not buycountry to show these mistaken ing bonds, it is giving to the war citizens the error into which they fund. Every dollar will go to re have fallen. A study of the word lief of soldiers. Most of it will Democracy will show that it help among the wounded at the means the same as the famous front. No nobler spit it could be has been many first step towords of Abraham Lincoln; "Of shown than sending nurses, doc ward success. It be yours. the people, by the people and for tors and dressing to nurse our the people." wounded boys back to health; to the an account to-da- y relieve their suffering, sending nurses to take the place of mother on the foreign battle field It is the duty of all. not only those that have sons, brothers, nephews or Use of the School cousins, in line for "over there," but every one in whose veins American blood flows or in whose House increase in deposits and in numhearts American patriotism burns, ber of customers is evidence our I wonder if the readers of Sig to get behind the great cause. We Rockcastle nal have ever given serious can't be sleckers. service is satisfactory and of the conthought to the wouderful and county must come across and fidence of lasting good that can be derived many who have not bought Bonds customers. or War Saving Stamps, and have of our rural from the US school teachers with the people not subscribed to the Y. M. O. A community. We can all Fund, will be expected to be of of the bank will gladly take your subrecall that as ,a child we looked materially help in the campaign. up to our teachers as special scription to the Rockcastle County Chapter of authorities on all things worth Loan for U. S. 41 per cent Bonds while and there is no reason why American National Red Cross has this should not be. The mission procured the presence of Private which are the safest investment in of the teacher is a most commend Evans, who has been to the front the world. able one and those who follow and saw service with Pershing's this vocation should so fit them- men, been wounded and discharged service on account of selves that they will not only be a from wounds Private Evans will spend beacon light to the children but L.H.DAVIS, W.H.COTTONGIM, the day with us Monday, May as well. President. to the "grown-upsC.C.MCPHERSON, Cashier. Th successful teacner should 20th. Will speak at three points lead in every 'movement for the in the county. bettermdht r'THE r'Yiiifcyi la? , , , m V'-- fj - mt- - KAISER. re2 WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Five ft 121 DR. WALTER dentist 4&- Jimmle and a German Boy Clash-M- ust Do Three Things to Save Country. . Dm went out to It was a warm evening, so Uncle 1 That's red-bloode- r Reputation rm Props Ads. as y ! AUCTIONEER SMITH R. L. u lawn sent under the spreading brunches of the great tree that suggested the farm's name of Oak Hill. Millie und Jimmle had been laying for him, so Uucle Dan was by the boys on short order. "Say, Uncle Dun." Millie began. "We t argument at school yeshad a terday with Carl Newman. Carl said thut German schools were miles ahead of our schools and that no one could come up to the educated German. Well. Jimmle got hot under the collar and handed It back to 'him good and plenty. Jimmle said If their education taught them to torpedo Lusitanlas. sink hospital ships, murder hundreds of women and children, make slaves of the Belgians, poison wells, destroy fruit trees and commit all sorts of crimes. then we did not want that kind of What do you think education here. about It. Uncle Dan? I told Jimmle you spent a lot of time in Europe and ;new all about sehools. so give us your opinion." "Well." replied Uncle Dan, deliberately, "the German schools are very borough : they furnish exceedingly and practical Instruction. The industrial training t'iven there Is probably the best to be found. The schools is n whole, however. In my opinion, ippoul to the head only, and never to he heart. The aim and trend Is to lake the Individual blindly submissive to the Prussian plan of world dominion; they teach thnt It la the des-ln- y of Germany to rule the world, and hat to the glory and advance of Germany. In this plan, all things must give ay; that the kaiser as head of the t.tte, can do no wrong if he carries forward the plan of world control. Some of the greatest teachers and nreaehers even defend and Justify her heartless crushing of Belgians and the many other atrocious crimes she has committed In this war. Thank God. reaches both our American and the heart. It Is an edurhe head cation with a soul, and we must maintain the high ideals we have fixed. In a word, tn Germany, the people are cup-ture- d red-hoval-hM- !N A JL Your Dollars in Your Country's JC ST m I ? r 5 Service i r m a 4 U. S. Bonds, War Savings Stamps, and U. S. Thrift Stajnps I must be purchased by th people from money saved from their incomes- - every dollar spent for a-- n evil. When that dollar buys labor and materiala for equipping our army and navy it has a double force first it ceases to aid the enemy and second ft is fighting for us tn the behalf of m&nhind. Be unnecessary thing ia a force for sure that your pennies, nicKels, dimes, quarters and dollars are enlisted in the cause of your country An idle dollar is a SLACKER dollar, but a dollar wasted in war time is a TRAITOR dollar. c All Banks and the Post Office Sell the Stamps 9 ws.s. TsafUMM SUMPS ISSUED KY TMB I UNITED STATU IXrVEJLMMENT THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. ODELL District Deputy, Barbourville, Ky. A W. 11. FISH. Gkrfc - N Dixit- Camp, RED ROSS shell-wrecke- NOTES. e oPsfflMia Hi at - ! - THE STARTING OF A Bank Account men's might with Start LEADERSHIP OF TEACHERS First State Bank LIVING STON, that OF KY. And Our Uncle Dan. smilingly, compiled. Blllle exclaimed : "Now. we will hand that nut out for Carl to crack. Carl, you know." continued Blllle. "has a very smart father who keeps hlm posted on the German arguments. Carl said our government was only an experiment anyway; that It would not last twenty years, and that It might burst up any old time. Jimmle asked him If Germany was se mighty good, why they did not go back there to live." "Our government will go on forever, won't It. Uncle DanT' "Now," said Uncle Dan. "you are raising a big question, and one that has troubled me for years. Our government Is still in the experimental stage; In fact. It Is the greatest experiment ever undertaken, and If popular government Is to be successful, a few things must be done, otherwise, to paraphrase the great Lincoln, the government of the people, by the people and for the people, will perish. It Is my firm conviction," said Uncle Dan, In a very Impressive manner, "that If our country Is to go on, as we hope and pray, we must very quickly do at least three things, and I will name them in the order of importance as it appears to me: ' "First, adopt compulsory universal military training of all young men physically fit before they reach the age of twenty years. "Next require that every foreigner who comes here to live must, within a reasonable time, say a year, declare his intention of becoming an American citizen and take the necessary steps to do so, thereby, from that moment, assuming all the obligations of citizenship of our country, and that means he must defend our flag upon equal terms with our native born, and if he is not willing to do this, he should be sent back from whence he came." "That's the stuff," exclaimed Blllle. "And, finally, enact such legislation as will make voting compulsory. Popular government Is based upon the participation of all and the rule of the majority, and democracy cannot continue and be successful unless we live up to the spirit of the institution. "The first step, however, is the passing of the Chuinberlaln bill for universal military training. If you will get the leading citizen, and especially the editor of your paper, to write personal letters to your congressman and both senators, urging their support, it will help enormously. "I see by the morning papers," said Uncle Dan, "that the Rotary clubs of the entire country, the llvest, most efficient organization to be found, have unanimously decided to get back of the Chamberlain bill and give It loyal with the Universal Military Training league to accomplish this Important piece of legislation, which win do more than anything else to mass us a real nation with a common viewpoint, bring us back to sane living, and teach nj the patriotism of service, " work 'aught that they exist for the govern-nenwhile here the government exists to serve the people," "Just wnlt a minute,' Interrupted Blllle. Say that over again alowly. so I enn write It down." t, D Mt. Yemen, Ky. ENOCH MORGAN'S CO. Lend Him SONS AHngdy BUY For BOKDS LIB! Buy SAPOLIO ECO MO MY PATRIOTISM "Actions speak louder than words-Act-Do- n't Talk -- Buy Now Red Cross Saves Our Boys, What are you doing to help the Red Cross? PIONEER DRUG STORE 18 a- HEADQUARTERS FOR - ALL KINDS OF Patent Medicines Fi ne S tat o n e ry i and enthusiastic support They win PAINTS. OILS AND our VARNISHES When You Get Thirsty DROP IN AND TRY A COOLING LET This SERVE YOU Third LIBERTY PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of REFRESHING DRINK FROM OUR FOUNTAIN FIRST STATE BANK Vice-Preside- Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see PIONEER DRUG STORE DWIGHT O M. BOWMAN, rr r i e ter O MT. VCRNON, KENTUCKY a " DR. MOORE. Cox Building, The OstkUi , Mt. Vernon, Ky. mtutg feKtg4ai .. wWf - Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkrnon Ky, May to, 1918 day On account of .the absence of Judge B. J. Bethurum, the regular Judge who is now in a up "No. 7t wnen 7G sanatorium in Chicago, a special wiint toCoi - with SIDNAL cIt has been said around town Judge had to be appointed, and that there was enough l food Governor Stanley named Judge Taylor each day, William Lewis, of London, the wasted at Camp to feed Rockcastle county. This XI I favored jurist of the Laurel asH WEf l district to hold this court. Com- remark was made with the Vgfl, V Attorney W. N. sertion that the speaker had monwealth's LOUISVILLE 4 NHSMWILLE R R CO. Flippin is at his post ably taking personal knowledge of it. This is not only not true but has bad care of the states interest. TIME TABLE. effect on the economy campaign. A small crowd, in fact the T. N. Noe, Gus Staverson and Pm K nortn Such statements must stopped a m R. L. McFerron were reelected smallest crowd seen at the open- 3:40 24 nortn or parties making them will be n:44am members of the board of trustees ing of court was witnessed here called on for the proof. Such a 23 south 12:13 a m of the Graded school at last Sat- Monday. The farmers are all waste would make the camp so 21 South urday's election. W.G. McRee busy and not a farmer was seen Jas. Landrum, Agent. was elected to fill the place of on the streets who did not have unsanitary that soldiers could not live there. Phohe No. 8. Many who W. H. Fish who declined re elec- important business. The Government is not standKntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoflSee tion. were summoned as jurors did ing for such waste and impresat second ciaM mail matter. many of Mrs. Alfred Bryant died at her not even show up and sions of that kind are not home on town branch Sunday those who did come asked to be in times of war. PEKSOAL morning after an illness of only and Were excused. The special It is now time to look out for vemre Provided for in the statute, Other Harper is here from a few days of fever. Last men th even empaneled The Threshing Machines sufficient to a child about five vears old died .lwasnot Cincinnati. Mr. Bryant's following is the list of jurors insure no waste of crops and with Kdd Jones is here from St We join such machines as will not lose many friends in extending our selected : Paul. Ky., to set his mother. grain in threshing. The Food GRAND JURY. sympathy. was up from sincere T.vree Gentry Administration aud Council of John Sigmon, John C. Taylor, Defense will not allow waste of Red Cross sale last Monday was Lebanon Juncli I esterday. Join R. Alcorn, Wm. McLarge, fribble Bryant was here from a srreat success considering the, G. W. Brown, Lee Ward, John wheat by the use of old worn out short time for making amnge-mentsmachines, although machinery is Winchester during the week. advertising etc, after it Logsdon, W. T. French, J. C. high priced. Wheat, buckwheat Mrs. Mat Cummins is reported J. B. Childress, D.R. Gen- and oats are high, and it will was decided on Thursday night of very seriously ill with measles. last week that such a sale would try and W. C. Burdette. pay men to buy good new threshLewis Ooper, v ho has been in be had. Judge ,L.W. Bethurum Petit J DRY. ers and orders must be placed past several weehs, is in a few well chosen words told Kstill Panel No. 1: J. L. Norton, E. early. at home. great work of the Red Ballenger, Charlie Lovell, W. H. of the If our potato crop is sufficient Miss Julia Davis has been very Cross and urged the people to do Carmical, Jarvis J. Brown, B.C. for the demands there must be week with their part in making the drive Mink, Eugene sick for the past Gentry, M. F. measles for the $100,000,000 a success. Deaton, R. E. Gentry, J. J. Bul- some second crop planting. Early Will Burn is at borne from Judge Bethurum then introduced lock, R. G Dodd, and Ike Leger. planting in the country was light and the stand is bad. ('imp Shelby, Mississippi on a Judge Will Lewis who spoke Panel No. 2: Josiah Meece, briefly of the Red Cross, its ori T. G. Reynolds, T. J. Minks. J.L. ten day furlough. W. H. Fish and his mother gin and mission and the sale Hasty, Robt. Cox, W.H. Graves, Graded School Notes have been with Miss Julia Fish started. Auctioneer R. L. Smith J. R. Bradley, Harrison Ramsey, Star Roll fgr April. in Lexington since Wednesday. mounted the wagon and the re- J E. Singleton, Harmon Skid 1st grade Ada Sowder. Dollie Dive Craig has been having a port to be found under Red more, S.S. Daily and CD. Sutton. Niceley. hard tussel with the measles for Cross items, tells the spirit in About the only business trans 3rd grade Nina Cox, Maymie He is better now. which the people joined in. Rock- acted Monday was the selection past ten days castle must raise $1500 in this Sowder, Gladys Ping, Lucille Mrs. Geo. Owens has been very of the juries, after which Judge Busidrive, and now to you Mr. Albright, Lena Sowder. sick for the past two weeks at the gave way to Judge Robsiness man, professional man, farm- Lewis 4th Mabel Kinley. home of her daughter, Mrs. er, or whatever you may be, don't on. candidate for Congress who 5th grsde Ella Mae Sowder, Henry Daily. was billed to speak and the Hon. thins it is not up to you to help. D. Nellie Cox. C Edwards, former CongressBently Sparks, who has a posi- This money has to come Let's 7th grade Lillian Griffin. tion with the Hup people in Louis do our part and not expect the man from this district, who came came to Mt. Vernon to make bis he is very much vile, writes that 9th grade Sinnie Cummins, other fellow to do for us. formal announcement in the race pleased with his job. nth grade -- Maggie Levisay. Hon Don C. Edwards, of Lon- against Judge Robsion .for' the Krueger, youngest Little Marie 12th grade Verna Fenzel. child of Mr. and Mrs. August eon and former Congressman nomination. The Red Cross sale HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL. Krueger has been very sick for from this district, in a speech and the speeches consumed the Edward Mullins, 1st grade past week with measles and other here Monday announced himself rest of the day. Many cases on Aline Baker, Sadie PiDg, Willie a candidate for the Republican the docket had to be continued complications. Mullins, Grace Mullins, Jack nomination against Judge J. M. for the reason that important Tohn Lair is at home on a three witnesses are in the army. The Gentry. months furlough. John is a real Robsion. When Powers quit the following cases were tried Tuesrace it was thought by many 2nd grade Harold Pennington farmer and this is the reason he Judge Robsion would not day and Wednesday: Austin Durham, Irvine Harper, is at home. He is looking fine that Casper D, Mullins, concealed any opposition. Both candidates Mary Katheriue Brown, Cathand shows that he has been enare strong men and the right be weapons $50, ten days in jail and erine Oldham, Mabel Baker. joying good health. years disfranchisement; tween them promises to be a live- two 3rd grade Cecil Baker, MiMisses Dessie Nicelev, Julia ly battle. As every one knows Dewey Robinson, Bradley and ldred Kinley. Landrum, Mary Elizabeth LawLeger, each fined $10 for the Eleventh district must have a Lester 4th grade Delbert Reynolds, Albright and republican rence. Dorothy and no matter which breach of the peace; Abe Ballin-geKatherine Welch, Fred Clontz, Dorris Henderson and John one of Henry W. Mason, Bradley these gentlemen is elected, Stephen Proctor, William LanAlbright representatives from us Democrats will feel that the Leger, Henry R. Mason, Dike drum, Hubert Bowman. the Endeavor societies of ChrisEleventh district is creditably Leger, Joe Thompson, Sherman tian and Presbyterian churches, 5th grade Homer Wallen. represented and when something Richmond, Leslie Clifford, Sam by Miss Stewart, will chaperoned 6th grade Marguerite Bryant, needs looking after at the Capital, Mason, Henry Clark, Al Moore, leave for Covingtcn today to at- no Cecil Ferguson, Alvin Griffin, one will call upon some con John Gill, G Clark, Robert Lethe state convention which tend Geneva Cox. gressman from some other dis- ger, John Baker, Frank Leger, meets in that city tomorrow and trict to look after it. Judge Rob Lester Leger and Dock Hines, 7th grade Jack Brown, Nora Sunday. Orton, Mazy McClure. sion was billed to speak here each fined $20 and the cost for Monday, but he cheerfully divided gaming; Lester Coffey 1 cent and 8th grade Rissie Barnett, LOCAL time with Mr. Edwards, who hit the cost for flourishing a pistol; Edna Davis, Ina Meadows, APPRECIATES ASSISTANCE Judge Robsion some pretty heavy William Wren $50 and cost for Bertha Debord, Faye McClure, The members of this church blows and the Judge did not hesi- gaming; J. B. Noe $25 breach of Lorene Mullins, Hazel Parrett, owe a debt of lasting gratitude to tate te come back in his reply. the peace and John Soard $50 Everett Bryant. the people, and especially to the If the close cf the campaign is as and cost for breach of the peace. 9th grade Lela Mullins, Ruby people of Brodhead, for their proportionately interesting as the The case of Emmett Gentry, Cooper, Annette Cox, Julia very great kindness in so liberal- beginning the "good people" will charged with murder in the killLandrum, Rosa Gentry, Ada ly giving financial assistance in have some interesting entertain- ing of Joel Suttles was called and Brown, Edith Adams. buying seats ter this church. We ment between now and Aug. 3. both sides announced ready. The 10th grade Willie King, Addie now have a good church buildirg following jury is trying the case: Smith. and splendid seats. We most FIFTH DISTRICT CONVEN- W. N. Rice, Chas. Anderson, R. 11th grade Tabitha Hiatt, Julcordially invite the public to TION OF CHRISTIAN G. Shearer, Johnathan Wynn, ian Miller, Hazel Tohnsor. come to our home of worship and CHURCH. lames Isaacs, Nack Isaacs, James 12th grade Ella Mae Mullins, join us in thanking the Divine The District Convention of the Parsons, Robert Ambros, J. W. MaryLangford, Ruth Landrum, Providence for his watchful care. Fifth District will meet with the McCollum, Jchn Brock, John W. Sidney Crawford. UNION RIDGE CHURCH L- Saylor. Judge Christian church at Mt. Vernon, Richmond, E. S. D. Lewis who while a member LANGDON MEMORIAL. CAUSE OF HEADACHE. beginning Monday evening May Owing to the epidemic of 13th at 7:30. This district com- of the firm of Bethurum & Lewis By knowing the cause, a di was employed by the defense, is measles that has nearly broken up prises the following counties: sease may often be avoided. This assisting JJudge L. W . Bethurum is particularly true of headache. Langdon School, there will be no commencement exercises this Rockcastle- - Jackson- - and Attys W. H. Krueger and The most common cauee of headAshley Owens are assisting Com ache year. is a disordered stomach or Attorney W. N. constipation, which may be cor On Thursday night, May 16th, and Harlan. We are expecting monwealth's at 7:45 o'clock, thete will be a delegates from all of these coun- Flippin in the prosecution. The rected by taking a few doses of musical given by the pupils of ties and from the many Sunday case will go to the jury today. Chamberlain's Tablets. Try it. Miss Bradley at the Presbyterian schools "and churches in them. Many others have obtained perSPLENDID JOB OFFICE church. manent relief by taking these These delegates will be with us FOR SALE. On the same afternoon the sew- Monday- - Tuesday and WednesTablets. They are easy to take ing of the pupils will be on exhi- day and we hope that every one First Class outfit. No Junk. and mild and gentle in effect. bition at the same place. Every in Mt. Vernon will assist in malt- Electric power. Fine run of Purity 99 precaution is being taken to pre ing their visit pleasant. The custom. Oil field operators patvent the spread of the disease, first session will begin on Mon- ronage is large. Well established Germination 90 and all are invited to attend. day night at 7:30 and tl e last business. More than one man The management of the Boone session will close on Wednesday can do. Owners son called to Way opera house will present afternoon at 3:30. We extend a war, and advancing age reason for next Monday night May i3th. very cordial invitation to the pee for selling Sale I. F. CRIFFIH Average monthly receipts $130 Clara Kimball Young in "The pie of the Baptist and Presbyter at over and above expenses. Rife of Susan." This is "A World ian churches to be with us. Picture" and the manager of the Great opportunity for first H. T. Young. Minister. class printer. L. W. BETHURUM opera house hopes to have a What do vou expect to do to attorney at law to good attendance as he expects Terms, $1600 Cash. help the Red Cross to rairfe the mt vernon, ry. book this service, providing the Address James Maret, $2,500 in Rockcastle? It is up to Will practice in all the courts. show goers like the shows. Ad.11 Fraternity Building, Office on Church Street you not the other fellow. mission 10 and 15 cts. Winchester, Ky. Davis lost a good horse Wednesday. C. A CIRCUIT COURT. Circuit Court convened Mon- COUNCIL OF NATIONAL ,""Trrr---- . -- ,.. ' 1 "-n tw MWMMMM,i TnrruifMialiii i " 1 " mill "" n" urn "1 mmammm i.i i ' mf-r?- z? Ml ."-- 79 5? : m I Tom Ball asks ns to say, that the party who took his overcoat some time ago, may have the coat .it he will return the knite winch was in the pocket. Miss Dora Vance will be married to Rev. K L. Sleamaker, of Cecilia, on May 16 8:30 at Upton Methodist Church. All her Rockcastle friends are invited to attend. I DEFENSE 1 -- per-misib- le Mc-Guir- e, . The Greatest Mother in all th? World all. yet Ready and eager to give first aid to t'm w sands 1. IL'ipin the little honi that's crushed beneath m iron hin.l by sh ).vin. mercy in a healthy, humin way; rebuild i it. in feet, with ston on stone; replenishing empty bins and em ty cupboards; bringing warmth to hearts and hearths too long. n Rected. Seeing all things with a mother's sixth sense that's blinj to jealousy and meanness. Reaching out her hinds across the sea to N: Mm's Land to comfort thousands who must stand and wait in srea.-he-J and crawling hobs and w.iter-soakeentrenchmints. She's cheering thousands, feeding thousands, healing thousands from her store; the Greatest M iher in all th World the RED CROSS. Millions of loyal American will p'jige a part of each month's earnings during June, July, Aujst and September. d fr . forth STRETCHING favoringher hands to all in need: knowing no What Wilt You Do To Help? Red Cross 2nd War Fund May 20-2- 7 $100,000,000 must e raised in America By helping the starving women and jlhe ruiatd districts of France and Italy a distinctly military service. A soldier that Red Cross is helping his family Every cent given to Red Cross War Fund goes for War Relief. The American Red Cross is the largest and most efficient organization for the relief of suffering that the world has ever seen. It is made up almost entirely of volunteer workers, 10,000,000 unselfish Americans. It is today bringing relief to suffering humanity, both military and civil, in every Allied country. It is there to help our soldier boys in time of need. war-torn rent'utd spirit. who knows fights with children in it performs Thus does Red Cross help to win the wax. Congress authorizes it. President Wilson heads it. The War Department audits its accounts. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusi astically endorse it. Twenty-twmillion Americans have joined it o I To This THE CASH STORE Space Help Win The War 1 is Patriotically Donated by MT. VERNON, KY. r, " lillPPBil am c n.M.r Ha Goodies! NTS BVW w S .ar What do expect to do to help DO YOU ENJOY LIFE? Red Cross raise $500 in the A man in good physical condiRockcastle? It is up to you not tion is almost certain to enjoy to the other fellow. life, while the bilious and dyspeptic are despondent, do not enjoy their meals and feel miserable a good share of the time. This ill feeling is nearly always unnecessary. A lew doses 01 Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up the stomach, improve the digesy Advertising is the fer-4 tion and regulate the bowels is ri mizer ox auii Business all that is needed. Try it. soil. Its work is magic. Thin. weazened trade becomes a thicg of power when its roots feel the healthy sunlight of publicity. YOUR AD. IN OUI NEXT ISSLI will raovc IT. hBII I aa m the kind m-e-l- B9 figy glfy EftdS. that M. " in your JL mouth JkJSfc&ga&ffrt,! light. BBllGIJT-:-t - JWi4tWlr 'ja9MbdHl Tatar i aw 1 (Corniu. usa, bj w. a. l.j CASTORIA For Infante and Children teiM fluffv.tendeVa cakes, biscufts and VSjM I n x JB - ePJB 9 Wm BK doughnuts that just keep you hanging 'round the pantry all made with BrcT j5a ff$ CASTORIA Children Ory FOR FLETCHERS In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of la&ftf&&&L PfMl i CALUMET BAKING POWDER the safest, purest, most economical kind. Try it drive away bake-day H -- JM K HH H j BH H B H failures." You save when you buy it. You save when you use it. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the V. S. Food Authorities. CHANGE IN TIME A K Louisville & Nashville fl V n JH RAILROAD Wny fl H HIGHEST H 2BSEJ Effective May Lv. Mt.Vemon 12 Northbound LEBANON-XU SEEDC Ma 74 LOUIS VILUE 3.47a.m. No. 22 " " $5.00 a Bushel 6.57 p.m. ' Southbound M- - I'D FOR A SPRAIMED aNKLE. As soon as possible after the injury is received get a bottle et Chamberlain's Liniment and fol low the plain printed 3oqge8xpcc8r: 1XU.Z..J KNOXVll I ANTA- JACKSONVILLE TI I'wWD.m, No.2J " " 12.13a.m. No. 21 leaves same time as formerly. which accompany the bottle. directions LEVELGREEN Children Cry for Fletcher's .vroru77 ' j to a stake N 86 n W 31 itn.M Hi u, stake at Flat of the fanners are dune .hinting corn, and from the amout,tthey have planled.it seems Umm thi y mean 10 do their bit. Rlnst 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 per- sonal supervision since its infancy. .Allow nn one tn deceive smii in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. rV, Just-as-go- od 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 Burton, and lit le daughter, arj visiting her parents at HI rod i his veek. George Hur- nett is with his sisters, Mrs J. B land J L. Thompson, for a visit. Mr and Mrs T. J. Brown, aO bright little son, Jasper Murrell. of Somerset, were with his mother Mrs. J.N Brown, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Isabelle Ping was tiie guest of Miss Kate DeBord, Saturday nielu Little Miss Eva Isnacs, of Elgin, spent apart of last week with her cousin, Kdith Anderson- - Mrs Granville Hurst, of Plainfield, Ind., is here for an extended visit with her parents. Mr.and Mrs. A J Owens. - Mr. and Mrs.RL Hasty are the proud Mrs. M R Gap in county line; thence with same N 32 K L' puic tu it siilKe- ouroci 1t No 4 in the aforesaid divis on; thence with line of same S 3;A E 78 poles to the beginning containing" 15 acres 2 rods and Til '11, l,i "" "' No. 3 On the j.lat being lot No 2 in the aforesaid division and founded as fellows: beginning at a stake with pointers corner to Harris Chenault & Company; thence the out side line of the 20O acres S 4t W 10 poles to a stake N 30 W 62 poles near a branch N 58 V 5 poles to ajjstake on the noilh east side of tlu-- county roadjthence N 8 34 poles to a stake on the north east side of county road; N t E 34 poles to a stake N 15 E in 22 poles, corner to lot No to a 1 1 .... eeea ..- - mmmm , . aaaataeaeee.ee e ? - a : S::: Food will Win DON'T WASTE IT Be a n RAISE IT O lill U Producer As Well as Consumer if lill B tl :::: ::: V , RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH stke PEOPLES BANK Money in Tat it pocket burns. SAVE A PAKTOF ALL you earn. checking account with u, 4 Veur cancelled in the Peoplaa Bank. 4 Open up a checks returned will show where your money has gone, and thev will pur you on to save for the better thiagi of life. - a a the GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Who Is Most Benefitted BY i The Money Mou Earn? You Are Others Are amount ! TheBankofMt.Vernonafl TL "Green Seal'd" Home day with the family of Gofer Mr. Parmer, an Lawrence. was thru here last week and taining 10 acres fitted a number of persons with 4 - Tract of land on plat glasses Frank Jones is attend-in- g No purchased by Alva Pullins from court at Mt. Vernon this week Wils n P Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins visKind You Have Always Bought The Beginning at a stake in line to TM ited her parents it Ocala, Sunday CFNTAUB C O M A M V NEW YORK C ITV, A Pullins tract No 3 in the plat night. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur No 2 in the diHurst spent Saturday night and and known as lot vision of Wade H Marretts and Sunday with her grandmother, Alva Pullins 200 acres on head Mrs. Mary Brown, at Walnut waters of Round Stone creek; G rove. thence said Pullins line S 26.V a State of Ohio, City of Toledo, pole to a stake, corner to H U Lucas County, ss. Duger; thence his line S 4- - E 78I Frank J. Cheney makes oath poles to a stake, corner to same; that he is senior partner of the thence tt 69 VV 15 poles to a stake IS fit m of F. J. Cheney & Co., doinn 111 line to James Lambert's and a business in the city of Toledo, corner to Bcatright heirs; thence County and State aforesaid, and their line E 4 S 88 poles to the that aatd firm will pay the sum of be ginning containing 13 acres. ONE HUNDRED DOLLAExS for as the Bradley or Sam McMullin Jack will make the season The above sale will be made on each and every case of Catarrh a credit of 3 months, with apof 1918 the low price of to insure a living colt my Barn that cannot be cured by the use proved security the amount f If you save it If you spend it of HALL'S CATARRH MEDI debt interest and cost to be Money due when colt foalded or mare traded, or bred to other stock. CINE. laised on day of sale. Care taken to prevent accidents not responsible should any occur. Sworn to before me and sub Tip Langfokd, H. R. 11 scribed in my presence, this 6th May 4 1918. should see his colts before breeding elsewhere. Be true to yourself and day of December, A. D. 1886. deposit a small A. W. Gleason, (Seal) irTt.?X Notarv Public. :!23iOZi regularly with Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Q of the Svsteru. Send for testi'T'he following is the program of monials free of the Commencement Exer F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. cises of Brodhead Graded u,nd.Hijdi Sold by all druggists, 75c. School, Saturday evening, May Hall's Family Pills for nth: Sunday, May 12th, 11:00 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings a. m , Baccalaureate Sermon, at Mrs. F. M. Jones, of the Baptist, Church, by Eld L. N. SHEKIFK'N SALE. Palmer, Okla., writes: Bowling; Monday, May 13th, 2:00 By virture of execution Nc a "From the time 1 enp. m, Red Cross Parade ; Tuestered into womanhood 25s directed to tne, which issued day evening, May 14th, High I looked with dread from the Clerks Ofllce of the from one month to the School Play; Wednesday, May 15th, Madison Circuit Court, in favor next. I suffered with my 2:00 p.m. Field Meet ; and Friday of the officials of the Madison back and bearing-dow- n evening, May 17th, Commence pain, until life to me was Circuit Court against Mason PulEverybody is ment Exercises. a misery. I would think lins. 1 will, on Monday, May 1 could not endure the in favor of this store is the fact that the most cordially invited to attend these 27th, 1918 between the hours of pain any longer, and I The Rev. Jordan Carexercises. skillful iiiechanies always come here lot theirs. Cottage, Bungalow, and great mansion all alike need 11 a. ui. and 12 in. at the court gradually got worse. . . Hanna's Green Seal Paint occasionally. A home may be ter and family, of Irvine, were You don't have to he told the reason. You Nothing seemed to help house doer in Mt. Vernon, Rockever so costly, and of pleasi?.g architecture, but it must be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. P. me until, one day, . . castle County Kentucky, expose can easily figure it out yourelf. kept cleanly painted at all times to really be considered atI decided to Carter, the latter part of last to public sale to the highest and tractive. COME AND SEE. week. Mother's Day will be ob bast bidder the following de Us;?g TIanna's Green Seal Paint is not so much an exTAKE served at the Christian Church pense as an investment. It pays back a good deal more scribed property, or as much BB Hi EH JIM Sunday School next Sunday, and than it costs h- protecting property, in beautifying it, and thereof as is necessary to satisfy 5536 MtoJt B?"VH BPui Est i a weil prepared program will be in its satisfactory service. the plaintiffs debt, interest and carried out. Come and spend an -3 of -6 in- J costs, 39 HB I mtoSL Bl Bl I0J 35 Mt. hour in memory of your mother. terest in the following described Walter Robins is at home from raalestate. Harlan for a few days. Go to Being in Rockcastle County Sunday Scnool Day, last Sundav. Kentucky on the head waters of The Woman's Tonic showed increased attendance in Round Stone creek and beirg every Sunday Scnool in town, and J.M.Roberts were elected trustees WANTED. tract No. 4 in the division of a "I took four bottles," of the Graded and High School we hope that a number that has Coal miners and other kinds of acre tract at the head of Mrs. Jones goes on to i44 J. Thos. laborers in Harlan county, Kv. heretofore been neglecting their bare last Saturday. say, "and was not only Hound Stone Creek near Mat greatly relieved, but can duty along this line will continue Cbcrry. and Master Fra.ier Hurt, As we know there is a great shortGap. Wade H. Marrett's part of truthfully say that I have to be found in their places every Jr., of Crab Orchard, were in town age of laborers just now all over a 2o0acre survey, owned by him not a pain. . . Miss Delora Boyd, our country on ace Hint of our We want to Wednesday Sunday morning and Alva Pullins and bounded as " It has now been two of the Hiatt section, has been great war which we are call attention to the fact that it is going to years since I tookCardui, follows: I am still in good of law to ride bicycles quite sick for several days. Jos win. We would first advise everya violation and Beginning with a stone with health. . . I would ador other such vehicles on the B Bates, of Drakesboro. was body that can farm to do so. but Johnson's a corner to lots No. 1 vise any woman or girl sidewalks, and the fine is $5 Oo. elected Principal of the Graded if there is any one out of a job, and two in said division N. 83 to use Cardui who is a The marshal has strict orders to and High School here at a meet we would be glad to give them sufferer from any female E. - poles to a stake at the foot trouble." stop this practice and some one is ing ai the trustees this week. Mr. work and good pay for it. The of a hill with pointers, a new diIf you suffer pain caused likely to get into trouble. Mr. Bates comes highly recommended lowest wages paid for man labor vision corner; thence N 90 poles womanly trouble, or CTlgagg---- . from and Mrs. Fred Sowder will move to us and we feel proud to secure inside the mines in Harlan county sold i to a stake in the outside line of if you feel the need of a Mr. Grant Baker, into the old J. E. Woodyard prop-- 1 his services good strengthening tonic the whole tract; thence with the of Laurel.is with Mrs. Baker here are $3. o up to $4 40 for eight erty, recently vacated by Mr. and to build up your same S 55 W 2i poles to a stake, hours work for day laborers, and system, take the advice W.P Rigsby.of at the residence of Mr and Mrs very easy for coal loaders to make M rs.B.T. Young. S. be W 35 poles to a stake, S MissesRecaBrooks L.N. Bowling of Mrs. Jones. Try CarLincoln county, was in town a few and Bess Sproule are the guests from $6 00 to $10.00 per day. 32 W 14 poles to a stake in said dui. It helped her. We days ago on business. Mrs Wal-- of Mrs. John Piice and Mrs. There will be a man at Mt Veroutline, a corner to lot No. 1 in believe it will help you. ter Smith, and little daughter, James Frith, in Lebanon Junction non Hotel all day Sunday, May said division; thence with line of Evelyn, of Winchester, were vis- - this week They will also spend 1 2th, with means to furnish to any same S 37 E 78 poles to the beDruggists iting her parents, Mr.and Mrs. J. several days in Louisville before one for the purpose of moving ginning containing 20 acres 1 rod returning home. in M.Owens, last week. Prof. J. and 12 poles. families and transporting labor to has accepted a position Harlan county, that is out of emNo. 2 Beginning at a stake A XT W 1" :.! "" wiin ints X. IW. -. " t. rrooniTO with pointers, corner to lot No. ployment and are seeking good Garden Clubs in Corbin and vi4 also corner to lot No 2 in money ter their work. Can locate peqpqpcL pcq3c&3oq cinity. Dr. WE. McWilliamshas said division; thence with line of C r r you right in Harlan town where ' ) volunteered his services to the r: lot No. 2 -- in said division jthence there are good schools and fine ATTORNEY-AT-LAGovernment, and hopes to soon go with line of lot No. 2 south water and good houses and the MT.VEENON,KY. Coffins. Caskets & Robes over. Dr. McWilliams is the first poles to a stake with point- 33 town is well equipped for most OFFICE.- - On2Ed.floorof physician to offer his services to wr-namPRfiMail, Telegraph or Teleters, corner to lot No 2 an outBank of Mt. Vernon, on any kind of pass time you are phone Orders Promptly Church St. Special atteiijgfc his country from this county. He side corner to whlotp tract; tbence looking for. It you are interested ) is a fine physician and is able to UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER tion given collections. line of same N 71 W 35 poles in a job call at Mt. Vernon Hotel, "PNONB 80 yr. render valuable service to the boys to stake in east side of county KY. May 12th, and see agent. in France. Dr . W. E. Gravely and j road; thence N 11 W 37 poles op-tlcan &L&0 parents of a bov at their home Mr.and Mrs J L. Thompson spent Saturday night and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs George Bray :., jv..i. i ...1 I7.i n- hai diowii kh in tnau viawi , Mr. and Mrs. Job., Thursday M. Bailey, of Elgin, spent Sun aforesaid division; thence With same, N 38 poles to a stake with pointer, corner to lot No and 4 in trie aforesaid divisMil ion; thence with lot No 4 and 3 N 83 E 161 poles to a stake with pointers, corner lot No 'S in line t Harris Chenault & Company; thence with their line S Saj W 90 poles to the begi ining con1 1 WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS - PEOPLES BANK MT.VERNON, KV. . a a In Use For Over 30 Years 0 - - n Known CHAMP at $5.00 but p 1 at You C. A. DAVIS, Mt.Vernon, Ky. Life Was a BRODH EAD pasKeHanaa "i 0 Misery ... HARD ka 5 8 J ME Argument - m To-wit-T- he 2- i 0 c. Vernon, c. cox Opoosite Court House 1- J.B. NOE , run-do- 1 , j M GRANVILLE OWENS Undertaker brk99uad Filled 1 N- J. C.McCLARY x7:n.r,.D W j i A ' q&e$x&xx$x& STANFORD,