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Censorship pre sents my saying much of these places, in fact I know little to say because I find lam woefully ignorant of French history. i Blglil FIRE IS ACCIDENTAL, ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1918 NUMBER 34 little ravine, along a wandering brook and through shady nooks, but always those never ending lines of trees, all looking aliKe, continue Spanning the streams are always stone bridges built like everything else in France is built, for beauty as well as i FIRE WITHOUT PAINT. n I feS) 1 1 BEHIND j! SS I g ThE TIRE splendid Ren fro bridge would be an "eyesore" to a Frenchman. Very few farm houses, but the magniticent chateaus, the center if a farming region gives I sup pose the basis of the system of the farmers living in little villages, which they have taken all the care of in the y;orld to have correspond with the country around them. Buildings are all of stone and may be old and moss covered, but it is the pride of the Frenchman's life to care No wonder and preserve it. he loves it, it may have been handed down to him through strength. Artistically arranged We reached Paris a little af- alongside and lovely tpr ar., No lights were al- railings arches underneath and possibly lowed on the train and no lights all covered with clinging vines, ailowed t0 sa0W in Paris except like pictures you have seen and fa dim street ijc,nts which which you possibly thought gave practically no light and never really existed. Why our are covered by big shades so they cannot be seen from above. One has to stretch his imagina tion a lot to think- of this great city, the center of the gaity and light, being in almost total darkness, as far as the outside is concerned. I have wondered how they got us to the hotel, but they did, where a good supper and bed, really the first good bed since New York, waited for us. It would be the height of folly for me with four days in Paris to tell anything about the city. We arrived late Wednesday night and were told that "Big Bertha" the long range gun had been leaving Paris alone for several days and that they had only had three a.r raids this year. You may imagine how that eased my mind, but the Germans had evidently planned a little reception for us. I was standing just outside Y. M. C. A. headquarters about x o'clock when I heard an explosion and felt a jar that gave me a very unpleasant feeling to say the least. I heard afterwards that it struck in about six or eight blocks of me and two of our men were close enough to the debris ny trom the top of the house where 1t fell. I turned to a Frenchman, reading a paper near by, evidently with a - DECAY IS CERTAIN CLEAN and The annual loss by preventable fires, in the Uniced States, exceed $ 250,000,000. Most preventable fires originate in neg lected rubbish, in back yards, attics, cellars, etc. PAINT UP ' The annual loss thru lack of painting exceeds the annual loss by fire.' WE SELL PAINT INSURANCE to protect your property against ravages of storm and sun. of rain and sleet, and all their racking stress- -. Paint and Varnish also protect vow health. Thev make Sanitary surface-- ; vvnn-proo- f and washable, on inside and outride walls. We have aud sell a full line of Taints and Varnishes for all parpoaa I ' Motorists are Awakening the fact that REAL QUALITY in a tire means mure ; iir life. Jt means added resiliency, saving in wear and tear on car and increased oomibct and sat is faction in driv-Th- e old experienced driver has Vv.g lea nvn that THE NAT E BZHIND THE (D & $ Sure father to son for a thousand years, and then the wonderful fields and gardens and vineyards There may be greater, but 1 never dreamed of a country in so high state of cultivation. No wonder the Frenchman loves his country! For hundreds of 'aara he Viae hppn nntfincr the very best he had, his very life right into it, and even now when for nearly four years the coun- try has been in an awful war. and the work has been done by women and children, assisted by as we saw them everywhere, it would make our best Kentucky fanners ashamed, We passed through large towns, places which have made famous a few old men, W.F.BJkK3E:R THE BLUE FRONT STORE, RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE on my face that at least after the raid, the usual traffic I have visited several of the He shrugged his was resumed, but down toward old churches and cathedrals, in ask question. shoulders and said "Fritz" with the beautiful Seine river from the cil'attod' and the meant wave where 1 was about 15 minutes. vices Cathedrai aS you know, Dame long gun. They kept it up about brisk walk were twenty six life- - one 0f tne mot noted in Europe, every twenty minutes until sun less bodies and seventy two For reasons which you will Friday afternoon they the merciless If understand in view of the. down. victims of West-,dropped a few more, but nobody Boche raiders. I w,s down recen' German drive on ern front, the larger part et the seemed to pay any attention to this afternoon and could men jj our Wlll be as. them, so I began to get a little hardly believe that so muchjdeath sigued to the American forces of the shake out of my own and destruction could be wrought for the present, and my address knees. Fritz, however, thought by the two bombs which thev will be I2 Rue D'Agnesseau. ue dt' the Big Gun was not a proper succeeded in making eftect.ve faris' insld,"tr this so he Provence. reception. About ten o'clock They struck in the the street will k , r r comi in within a block of each other. nUt,iu to iret one before lonir Friday night, I was writing mv room at the hotel, when I One struck on a stone sidewalk, 'and I certainly will be glad. I . .!..... hoarvl q trrifif Pvnlosion. fol- - Six inches thic. iroinfr throujrh jui neaiu anoint: of Fritz's'' ; A j. ,lone range shells light. They w.micc lowea oy anotner ana anotner, 1 iauuiuaungagasmaiu m f... u. came all yesteiday afternoon said to my room mate that it feet below. No doubt all this and last night, most of today must be something wrong. About has been published in the home and that is the third I have heard that time the air raid signal was papers as it was here, but I felt tonight. It is the tirst time operated given and the lights in the hotel (that it would interest the people they have not seemed at night. to be domej, They have bome one all nnt. r.t I hrPu nrn nn r coming irom ing any damage to amount to know. I also went thia afterwindow shutters as we had a noon to see the church where anything and if they think they frighten the French into room on the street and could tVif hicr crnn killed seven tv five will French anti- mntilw wmnon and children less peace by dropping bombs on de hear the roar of the and aircraft suns from the Pans than a mrmth ao,v Wh were not fenseless women think chilareu. coming. they have another in the church ports andsee the flash of burst- - allowed to go v 1 ; " rr "i r""K. R. GENTRY. okji. hirrv. it.ha wu,u ""'J c ouwo ..0n .u .u5 mh-V- ni through which the shell entered. look a ' .,..,,, ul, aUeeVf like-wound- ed j It' j him tires which are to be preferred from every of economy, satisfaction and comfort The watchword is and has been since the earliest days tire makirsr ? "KEEP UP THE QUALITY" Insist on G & J Tires and reduce your tire expense. I ...... ... 1 1 U- SOLD BY j JOHN ROBINS BBODHEAD. KY. when we were ctase enough to hear, it was always "Le Americans," recognizing the uniforms FIRST IMPRESSIONS we wore and the important naOF FRANCE. ture of our passenger list, as Paris April 14, i9i8. we neared the port passing the Dear Edgar: . wharfs and shorn All the whistles, ,, , , . . . t wart to write tbi3 letter . blew and tne boots an signaieu T u..-- ;. t ... ".'in u'l'ito. j. i c im w , ilOIU I cilia, as we passed. Crowds of Sam .. f ...... 1' frftm IwlT'.i Thill 'II tlir uLUOIC JICCl,y ll'im i"uii uiivi mies, U. S. engineers were I get out on the field and will not erect'ng large docks and others be censored so closely perhaps ran from barracks and out of The next morning after writing boats to yell at us and ask where the post script to my last letter, we were trom. There was a I woke up with a kind of feeling crowd on the wharf to meet us, that something was different. I verv different from our quiet no longer felt the pull of the enslipping away from New York. gines and for the first time since Many French and American solleaving New York, we had diers and officers stood at salute stopped. 1 put on my coat, for I while the passengers crowded had slept as the night before, the deck and sang the Marseil under the Captains orders with laise and Star Spangled Banner the rest of my clothes on, and as the ship was slowly drawn went on deck. We were anchored into the dock. We had to spend in the mouth of a beautiful har the night in this old French bor, or broad river, rather, and port and were not at all sorry. on either side was the land of our I should like very much to dedreams during the past ten days, scribe it, but am afraid of the and 1 do not mind saying that censors knife. We started for any land would have looked Paris the next day at noon good to me, much less the love across miles and miles of the ly green trees and fields; the most beautiful country I have beautiful castles and magnifi There is nothing ever seen. cent towers and lighthouses of wonderful about the topography "La Belle" France. We staid of the country. The rivers are here a good part of the day ar much like many of ours. The ranging matters with passport the brooks have no more naturand custom officials, and having al beauty than ours. Where the our baggage checked to Paris. land is a little rugged, the formaIt was a beautiful day and in tion is very much the same as the afternoon we moved up the many of our own Kentucky hills, river to our port of entry. but the thing that strikes you is Everything in sight was of the beautifying of the country couise of interest to us. Here by every means which the artisthe granduer of a modern chat- tic mind of the Frenchman can eau and there a tumbled down devise. Great paved highways ruin of the middle ages, occupied lined on either side with lovely Plowing by peasant families. shade trees, equal distance apart and planting and working in and right now clothed in all the crops all the way. The thing richness of spring. You can was tint impressed me most small-a- t see them some times for miles the that every body from in almost straight lines and tn the oldest quit their work the road will follow a waved and shouted at us E. R. GENTRY'S W w c J a Vv 1 S 1 j 1 j f aaH yu BHl ' MS Um aa air, Just then the guns from i uo-aua- -j . the French aeroplanes begBn to bark, I heard the whirring of a motor, it must have been an aviator ascending and forgetting rny fear I could no longer resist the temptation of seeing a real bat tle in the air. We climbed out on the little veranda t ,d " that sur- Copyright Hart Schaffner Sc Mar War service in clothes YOU want to save for the country, for ; wool for the soldiers, labor- that you are doing it when you buy clothes Come to this store and get Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; they give you the most for your money; all wool fabrics, fine tailoring, good style. ers for war work. You would like to feel You can- - Such clothes last many times longer than cheaper clothes ; that's where your saving comes in. We'll prove it. Satisfaction guaranteed. The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Sutton & McBee rounds all windows. We could hear the firing and see the flash from the guns far above and to the East of us several blocks. There were many shots fired in the raid which lasted altogether about thirty minutes and the fir ing moved eastward as the Ger man planes were driven off and finally ceased. I wondered if any one can imagine my teelings as I gazed into the Heavens and thought of those heroic French aviators, thousand of feet into the darkness of the night engaged in a deadly combat, with a powerful enemy bent on the murder of innocent women and children, and realize that they were taking their lives in their own hands for me, my people, my country and every principle that we as a people hold near and dear. Why will not our people realize this from Congress on down and stop quibbline over little things and turn every effort toward putting the five or seven million men mentioned by Mr. Taft over here. Oh if such a force were here now to throw into this terrible rages so near conflict which that I can hardly realize it. Why if our men were under arms in the same proportion that the men or nf France we would have not seven million men but nearly twice that many. As soon as the "All's Well" signal was given ! Everybody HOT. jpr o What's the use of being all tuckered out with the heat of the kitchen when you can cook better meales with less work on the Detroit) Oil Vapor Stove, which burns kerosene without wick or odor, and doesn't radiate heat all over the place. Hot weather loses its cooking terrors with this famous stove. Thousands will tell you so. You owe it to yourself and to your health to see the Detroit Vapor Oil Stove the finest product of manufacturers who have devoted years to the farm Prices, $20.00 and up. stove problem. JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD and!"1 J Mt.Vernon Signal Feiday, May 17, 1918 PublisK. d every Ft iday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. DBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR C $I.O tertaining e men, 'Pining e Medal on the Senior," was eiijo The charming Advertising rates maae known on ed very much. Instess read a very interesting application iss. on the evening of May 7th. ' The home was beautifully decor ated iu the flowers from he hi! s and lawns, the color scheme, par pie and gold, beu.g cariied not rerj tastefully Tbe guest were he red n by Miss Ranit . and Mr. Curtis Pcllard Ai r 1 Every .Position is Comfortable Rjeno sha- - IZJo s e d - Kretch ill '.jsigy.: ' &ZW- i ?. : f h W '. '. 1 MKMBKR OP story, aud rendered 00JOalo music Mrs. J J. Albright ren deied a very stnkir.g prophecy of A beautiful the Senior Class. salad course was greatly enjoyed by all ortsent, and especially the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION i w I y union auits is II 'pickle treat '" The seniors pres ent were: Misses Halla Barnes and Ella Celle Newland: Me; I Hi srs Gus Carson, Gilbert Hayes and Henrj Harrison. The honored guests B were Mrs. J. J. Albright, Mr and Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Our good friend, the Rev. A. I Mrs. Fred Sowder, Mr. Curtis Which Identify the Genuine KLOSED-KROTC- H Pup, is quite ill, and we know-tha- t Pollard, Misses Miranda Tatt. and COOPERS QUALITY Two Big Advantages which cost nothing his many friends will be Fannie Brooks, Ruby Houk and extra, but are worth much to you. grieved to learn that he is not en- Dora Vance. The occasion was joying good health Mr. PiKe un highly enjoyed and the appiec.a COME TO US FOli DOMFORT AND QUA LIT V til receutly. has displayed a seem- tion that is in their hearts for the ing iron nerve, and great physi thoughtfuluess of their lovely cal strength, but it seems trnt hostess will ever remain with disease has overtaken him and is them Mr. and Mrs Wm. Richie now praymg upon him in a terri- left for Jacksonville. Fla., Wedble way. He has been down town nesday, aud after spending sevTHE CASH STORE only a very few times in the past eral weeks there w th relatives several weeks. Some ten days tliey will return to Kentucky, quainted with the voting man's woman's wits against him Prosago. he was taken suddenly ill where Mr. Richie has a position lather. W. If. Fiorina, who is en per offers to leave at once if suffering from a severe pain about as High School teacher in Corbin. gaged in highway she succeeds iu making him work. the heart, and his physicians Mrs J. J. Albright gave a formal During this burn the paper. found it necessary to give him reception at her residence, Moncontest he falls in love with her John R. Albright visited Winmedicine hypodcrmically in an day evening, from 8 to lip. m., much to the great joy of Anatole, effort to arrest his intense suffer in honor of Miss Dora Vance and Chester Monday afternoon. ward of Brisemotidhe and sweeting. His physician, however, di- Rev. R. L. Sleamaker, who were heart of Matilde. Suzanne peragnosed the attack as stomach married at Upton, Ky., Thursday. ' Mothers Day" was a big day suades Prosper to burn the scrap trouble, and while there is nothing The hostess was dressed in a in Winchester. et paper and won over by his much more serious, yet if the beautiful grey, and with her sis kindness in their battle prempreacher will take good care of ter. Miss Lena McCall, receive ises to marry. Mary Langford, himself and be careful of the diet the guests and did great credit to as Suzanne made a most adorahe eats, we believe he will soon be to her position of honor. There SCRAP OF PAPER ble heroine while. Richard Cox much better. We imagine that was a large number present, and Ot unusual interest aud pleas- opposite her .as Prosper plajtd often being iu the ministry all after enjoying an amount of good ure to the people of Mount Ver- au excellent role, Ella Mae Mul these years and coming in contact music, refreshments were served non was the Senior play, lins, as Louise: Milton Mcore. withall the good things to eat that in the dining room, which was at the school auditorium the Baron, her husband; Sidn y are usually set before a preacher, elaborately decorated, after which Tuesday A bright Crawford, in the rule of Matilde; evening. it is sufficient of itself to cause the young folks en?eyed some French comedy, full of gay reRobert Davis, representing Bris- stomach trouble, her rt disease and very interestsng games, under partee it offered splendid oppor- emonche and Arthur Cooper, as mny otber diseases that the hu- the guidance of their hostess, and tunities for pretty costumes and Anatole supported Suzanne and man body is heir to. If our good after a pleasant time spent in the good acting. Prosper admirably. Of no less friqpd will come and fast with reception room by the older ones, As the title suggests the merit were Ruth Landruu as the writer a few weeks, he will the guests began to take their theme of play centered around a Zenobie, sister of Brisemonche: soon find himself with a genuine leave, assuring the hostess of their "scrap of paper." The Baroness Veins Fensel, housekeeper of gnawing stcmach trouble sure pleasant time aud saying farewell de la Glaciere formerly Louis de the chateau and John Albrii t enough, however, we hope he will words to Miss Vance, who has Menval had been unsuccessfully jandOnie Silvers as witty French soon be able to enjoy life : he been a teacher in our Graded wooed by Prosper Couramont. servants. seems 'to have done in the past. school, and leaves a host of friends Program of It was during this courtship Commencement Mr. and Mrs. Ap Taylor were iu among the people of Brodhead. 'Graded and High School. that the fatal "billet daux" had Louisville Saturday and Sunday, Rev. Sleamaker impressed the been Wrirten by Louise which Sunday May 18 baccalaureate visiting friends and relatives crowd very favorably, and after had never reached Prosper but Sermon, by Rev. H. J. Brazel-tonGuy Roberts was recently ap taking his hand in parting words had been left in a statue used of Stanford. pointed magistrate in this district and congratulating him on the bj the lovers as a post box. Three Thursday May by Gov. A.O. Stanley, succeeding iri.e he won, the guests departed 8:15 P. M. 23 rears later the Baron and his 8th W C. HopKins Mr. and Mrs. with the hope that they shall soon wife Grade Commencement. returned to her old home R. Cass and son, Master Willie, meet again. J for a month's hunting and Pros-- ! Friday May ?4, 8:15 Senior Class and Mrs. O. R. Cass were in Louper inlluenced by his friend, Day. isville Saturday J. W. Tate is a Brisemonche comes to visit him Saturday May 25, H: 5 Com member of the Federal jury at By I' he Boon Way Man. aud pay suit for the hand of niencement address by Prof. London this week Elder R. B E. Ii. Gentry's letter iu last Matilde, sister of the Baioness.l Dickey, President Bowling Green Baker, of London, preached at His old weetheart refuses to Business University. the Christian church Wednesday week's Signal, written on the allow her sister to marry Pros-- , high seas, was greatly enjoyed evening Miss Winnie Falin and per who threatens to use the ' Myrtle Bryant were the guests of by hundreds. old love letter if s le will not Miss Clyde Watson here Saturda. I help nim Mademoiselle Suz- and Sunday C. H. Frith left Winchester boy scouts won anne de Ruseville, godmother of For Infants and Children Wednesday afternoon for Okla- several medals in this campaign Matilde and friend of Louise In Use For Over Years homa and Texas. As to the pur of selling liberty bouds. Ray de la Glaciere offered to recover Always bears pose, we have little idea, however mend Myers, son of Dr. and the letter for her friend. Learn- Mr. Frith has a number of rela- Mrs. M. L Myers, lead in the i'ig that she intends to put her Signature of tives in those states and will like work, selling $i,u5o woitli f ly visit them before returning bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Bronston Elder were here Sunda y with relatives C C. Davis, VV. M. Bullock, Elder L N. Bowling held services Bart Sams and Robert Cook of at Goshen, Lincoln county, Sun the good county of Rockcastle day afternoon and evening, and were here Friday last. was accompanied by Dr. W. E. Gravely, and little son, Master vV. M. Bullock, .held Paul Gravely, and John Robins. The trip was made in the doctor's Rockcastle Oil & Gas Company, has been many first step toautomobile Mrs. J. J. McCall, of was in Lexington Saturday to It ward success Maretburg, spent several das purchase a house pattern to be be yours. with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Al erected at Torrent for the occuthe an account to -- day bright, this week Mrs. John D pation of Bert Baker, driller for Pike, of Lebanon Junction, and the company. Mrs. Rosco Pike, of Danville, were here during the week with rela For the first time since the tives Mr. A. E. Albright left organization of the Mt. Vernon K Y. for Cincinnati Saturday to spend Graded school. H. C. Genty and a few days with Mrs. Albright, the writer were not officers of who is there in a sanatorium for the May election for trustees increase in deposits and in numtreatment R. L. Smith, stock Kead work prevented the latter' s trader of theHiatt section, bought presence. ber of customers is evidence our twenty-nin- e head of yearling cat service is satisfactory and of the contie from Jim Bullock, of Leve. The remains of Joseph Horine, Green, for $8i2.0o, and with these of the TJ. S. Navy, fidence of customers. arrived in and a number et other cattle was Winchester Saturday and was on the Stanford stock market buried Monday US in Lexington ir Monday Miss Zalia and Tessie appropriate ceremonies at Pritchett of Rowland, were the the former place. Young Hobank will gladly your subguests of Mr. and Mrs. R L rine was the first Clark county scription to the Smith daring the week W. A. boy to die in the service during Tyree, the Old Chiet, is here ihts the war. All business houses Loan for U. S. 41 per cent Bonds week from Harlan county, and and professional offices in the which are the safest in will help to boost for the ked city were closed from 9 tp n Cross here Saturday afternoon the workL o'clock in honor of the dead E. B. Nawland and son, Edgar soldier. City and county authDunn Newland, are at home from orities, boy scouts, and citizens Harlan, where they have been generally took part in showing L H.DAVIS, W.H.eOtTTONGIM, working for several weeks Miss their respect to the memory of President. gave a reception in Halla Barnes CC.McPHEK.SON Cashier. an honored son of Clark county. honor of the Brodhead Senior The writer is personally ac- - More important than good fitting shoes or any other garment you wear. Be sure your underwear fits and feels comfortable. R OD HEAD T rvw:;; i.,ac' ..it.. w6&& - - " . !i ?. J.'' .4 , s Wf I .?a V-- i.W-ir-cr;- iyi s )it -0 - y 'pfiwi-Vi-laaKt',;,' y lit' S03B&. Of Them We Ask Their Lives; Of You Only Money Cross ive till your is way to give lo the THERE saysonly one A little contributionRed only a sulve to pride. is stop. - j This is not to say that contributions of only one dollar, or even of only one nickel, are not desired and needed. Ihey are! For you to ive $5 when you can give $25 for you to give $25 when you can give $100, or to give $100 when you can give $500 is to dodge the heaviest obligation that this war has laid upon you. Remember, this is r.ot a charity: this is a duty. ou how much you Except this: that There" the need is so great i!:at only by cuttirg to the quick, only by String all that you think you ca:i give and then more only by not a little of your excess but much of it ci'.iy by taklai from your own children and from vour wife and O'lL'!.' No man can tell "t)'r to 'iive. frcrn yourself, can the needs of the i.i ii v. ho are fnting for you and the needs of the childrtn of the mea who have di. d I'or ou be met. Millions of loyal Anu-- cans will pledge a part of each month's earnings during June. July, August and Sept. $100,000,000 must be raised. r giv-bi- g pre-s.nite- d Whit Will You Do To Help? Red F-.r- Cr-s- s 2nd War Fund May 20-2- 7 r Ti lt ,.! cent given to Red Cross War Fund gee for ief dBilWhBII ftrd Cross is the largest and most organisation for the relief of suffering that ('. !mu ver seen. B ode up almost entirely of volunteer work-0MM unselfish Americans, t day bringing rlief to suffering humanity.' litary and civil, in every war torn Allied' 0 By helping the starving women and children in the ranted districts of Prance and Italy it performs a distinctly military service. A soldier who knows that Ri-- Cross is helping bis family fights witb renevert spirit. Thus docs Ued Cross help to win the war. Congress author .es it. President Wilson heads it. The War Department audits its accounts. Your Army, your Navy, and your Allies enthusithere to help our soldier boys in time of astically eiuiorse It. Twenty two million Americans have joined it d , To Help Win The War 1 This Space is Patriotically Donated by WAYSIDE NOTES ' 1 Dwiidit M. Bowman, Proprietor. Many citizens will receive cards Showing assessment for Red Cross So-amay feel that their assessment is high, but it is Dot to thej point of a sacrifice for anybody. This is a mode of dividing the burden in a way that we can get the money and not work a hard. ship on anybody. If any shou.d ignore this call, the Red Cross Chapter and Council of Defense will keep the list and watch those who fail to respond. They will be expected to do their part in this war and they might as well commence now. The better we finance our army, the sooner we will have peact. e The Pioneer Drug Store rWVVWWW Mt Verm m, Mentucky. j CASTOR 30 A (Z&&fi5sk The Safest Place for Your Money The paper money of the United States is a promise to pay. It is the agreement of the United States to "pay to bearer" a certain sum. W. S. S. are also a promise to pay. THE STARTING OF A Ban k Accou nt men's might with DR. WALTER jdfiMT. War Savings Stamps Are as Good as Money and Pay You 4 Compounded Quarterly guaranteed by the richest nation in the world. Suppose we were to lose the war? What good would money be? None at all. It would be a mere memento of the past. And if we bought our freedom back, by indemnity, it would be at a price so colossal as to wipe out our savings and mortgage our earnings for generations. The safest place for all your money is in War Savings Stamps, because the money saved and raised by War Savings Stamps will win the war, and thus insure the preservation and solvency of our Government and the satety et our homes and families forever. Both the money and the stamps are Start Sfesi. VERS ON. - Dentist OthVe First State Bank LIVING S TON, Baker's Stors KBNTUC KY Over U. G. OF Our Will Teach in Danville. Mr. Jack Sterrett, who has been a student at Ceotre College for two years, has accepted a posi- tion as teacher in the preparatory department of the college, and will continue his studies there next year. He was elected prinCity cipal of the Hodgenville School and was also elected as a teacher in the school bX Mt. Vernon, but decided to accept the which would one at Danville permit his continuing his studies in Centre College Lebanon j that our af-t- LET This SERVE YOU take Third LIBERTY investment FIRST STATE BANK .Vice-Presiden- t. ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the court9. Office on Cnurcn btreet afm' L. W. BETHURUtt ms M SAVINGS STAMPf y UNITED 8TATB6 .GOVERNMENT 1HWDIYW1 ftWMWWWWWWWWWWWfc This Space Contributed by MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. ODELL District Deputy, Barbourville, Ky. A N D 30G30C30C3030C' W. H. FISH. Clerk Dixie Camp, Mt. Vernen, Ky. Mt. Vernon Signal M t.Vernon o Ky, May 17. 1918 "Jf M tricted the State last year. The! old Eleventh and the old Tenth were combined into what is now the new Fifth. Mt. Vernon has justhad the pleaSure 0f enter,aining the Fifth District tobeproud of. Vfintion of this riew Distlict. M r. TIME TABLE. Chas. E. Mullins died at the Gentry, "Somewhere in 0.57 pm '22 nortn home of his brother at Mullins France" has the '.honor of being 3:47 am 24 nortn Station, this county Sunday and the tirst District President. Mr. 11:55 am 23 south his remains were laid to rest Gentry sent a very inspiring 12:13 a m 21 South near his home Tuesday afternoon, greeting to the Convention The Jas. Landrum, Agent. Charley Mullins was one of our jact tnat tnis was appreciated very best men and numbered was evidenced by every speaker Phone No. 8. his friends by those who knew anci ,n every prayer, Kntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PostoBce him. He had for several years m acoond ciass mail matter. The Rev. W. R. Scott, of Som-beetraveling for a Richmond erset, was elected to preside grocery concern and was well over tne sessions. He did this PERSONAL known over this and adjoining with dignity and tact, keeping Mr. and Mrs John D Miller counties. sehedule. nntn hh session are with relatives here. was an inspiring optimism Word comes from State Head- There Homer Procter is at home from quarters of the American Red in every address given; yet each Kentucky University for a few Cross that in addition to Private address was permeated with a days significant of FJvans we will have with us in deep earnestness, Judge and Mrs. Stephen L this connty next Monday Capt. the spirit of the hour. Every Durham, of Winchester, Ind., Harris of the British Array one felt that our Kertucky Sunare attending court here. These men will speak here at the day School work has, in Mr. Thomp- Court House Monday night and Kingsburry, an able, earnest, Air. and Mrs. Bragg He makes others son and little daughter, are with start the Second Red Cross Drive tactful leader a few They will tell of their experi- want to catch the vision that is Mt. Vernon relatives for days. ences in the trenches and on the his. Rev. H. W. Elliott, who. , battlefields of Europe, they have in twenty-fiv- e years service, as Col and Mrs.Stanley P. Stepen-sonSecretary has become of Hustonville were with Mr. been there and have the scars to State and Mrs. W. H. Fish during the show. If you want some first known to, and learned to know hand information about what is more of the Kentucky Disciples week. li- ing man, Mr. and Mrs. G 0. Fish re really happening over there come than any other ceived a iostal this week from to the Court House Monday night. brings to our conventions greetings and a chalenge from the thi'ir son. Jones, postmarked Admission free. rest of the State. Mrs. Louise Paris, Frauce. The following Rockcastle boys Campbell and her co workers in Raymond Dowell is just recov- leave next Sunday for Fort Thomthe Christian Womans' Board of ering from the measles. Mrs. as: Leonard Beecher Smith, Burr; Missions brought us splendid Dowell has been sick lor a year Charlie Wallen, Ottawa; Farris messages of the work being with rheumatism. Howard, Gauley: Henry M. Ma- done in the different departments J. W. Rider received word this son, Orlando; Ballard G. Cum- of the woman's work. Mrs. morning that his nephew and mins, Withers; Demsey McCrack-en- , Campbell, Miss Elkin, Mrs. SulGoochland; Gordon C. Proffett, namesake. J. W. Rider, was killed livan, Mrs. Stanley, Mrs. WarBrodhead. Rockcastle will be den and Miss Orvis caused us in France, May 1st. Johnny Williams and family, called upon to furnish 66 men un- to feel that the Christian women who receutly moved here from der the second call, which will be are bringing to the Christian ftf j tie, are occupying J L. Coop between May 25 and 3o. These men a tremendous chalenge for er's new residence on West Main. 66 Men come between order Nos unselfish, and heroic service James Gentry, who is just re 675 and 947 inclusive and those This part of our program reachcovering from a long siege of holding such numbers should bold ed its zenith in the address of pneumonia, is with his parents, themselves in readiness for the Miss Irene Orvis. Her subject will come the last of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gentry, for call, which was the Twenty Latin Republics, the month. When these 66 men just south of us. Miss Orvis has a lew days. go, there will be only 18 left in A. E. Albright passed through class one in Rockcastle. These been a missionary to these Latin Republics, leaving Mexico when Saturday 00 his way to Virgiuia men go to Camp Taylor. called out by her board during 10 see his wife, who is under treat is do Langdon Memorial School the recent war. She is splendidment of a specialist. She closed yesterday but on account ly prepared for this work and ing fairlv well. measles returning to this almost untouchMisses Stewart and Sproule of of the epidemic of left last which has almost broken up the ed field, where Millions are Memorial Langdon night ter Manchester, and from school, there was nothing in the waiting, and have been thru the there they will go to Leslie coun- way of commencement exercises, centuries, for Christian leaderexcept a display at Presbyterian ship. ty to visit Miss McCord. Prof. E E. Snoddy, of College EUgar Payne, of Nelson, Ky., church yesterday afternoon, in Domestic Science department. of the Bible and Transylvania, a tormer Rockcastle boy who left the County ten years ago, Many witnessed this excellent led us in a fine conference on vas here the latter part of last exibit which shows the splendid Christian Education. Prof. Sned week visiting old friends and rel- work in that department and in dy is a man whose record as a a measure tells of the most ex- teacher in Christian Colleges is atives cellent work in the other depart- finding expression today in the Mrs. R. W. Dyche, who was ments of that great school. On young manhood of use Mis Marguerite Fish and who last evening, the music pupils most landsfor He i" a student of miny was reported to be seriously ill of Miss Bradley gave a recital the world and brings a big broad . nnmnnio ic Kttr ' rhpir ' 1 at the Presbyterian church which message. oldest daughter, Mina Bess has was greatly enjoyed by the sat Mr. J S Hilton and the girls been very sick with the same di isfied patrons and appreciative from the Kentucky Christian sease. friends of ithe work of those in Orphans' Home, of Louisville, son of Jim the musical Jessie Mullins, department and the conducted a beautiful and tender (;ard Mullins of the Withers sec- thoroughness of Miss Bradley. service. tion of this county, writes home To know of the work at LangRev. Biker, of London and that he has been in the U. S eon Memorial, is to appreciate Rev. Brazclton of Stanford brought Navy for a year and has made it in its every phase. carefully prepared and timely seven successful trips over there The Fiscal Court at its meet- discussion of church and Sunday and back. ing last week employed Mr. Robt. School problems. The last adSpence, of Berea, as County dress of the Convention was by LOCAL Mr. Rev. D. W. Scott on the "The Agent lor Eockcastle. Spence will spend three weeks Cost of Winning the War and Get it at Fish's and everyThis was out of each month traveling over Cost of Losing it thing will be right. the county visiting the farmers. pronounced by many the very of He will also have an office in the finest address on the war that Mrs. S. T. Cummins, mother the Crab Oi court house where he can be they had heard. S. L. Cummins, chard mill man. was buried at seen on Saturday of each of the Mrs. W. T Sparks, as Chair three weeks that he works in man of the Entertainment ComProvidence yesterday. the county. . We want to com- mittee, deserves much prai?e County teachers examination mend Judge Mullins and his for the success of the Convenwill be held today and tomorrow. Fiscal Court for this wise step. tion. Then, the people of the Dan Bullock and S. E. Chandler A tiip to the East side of the town, rrom an cnurches, were are the examiners. county will tell the benefits de- most gonereus and unselfish. rived from Mr. Spence's labors The visitors a very tine and conWhat will you do to help and those farmers, who know genial people' we were deRockcastle come across with its what he can and will do, heartilighted to have them in our quota in the Second Red Cross ly commend the action of the ana they expressed homes, War Fund Drive which begins court in employing Mr. Spence, themselves as being delighted Our quota Is next Monday? who will nereatter jvisit every with their visit to our town $2,500 and with a little help from section of the county, while there Many expressions of appreciaall we will go over the top in tofore he has only worked on the tion were heard of the special this matter. Eastern side. music rendered by our local pee pie. Rockcastle went over the top Loafers have no place in this May I express the apprecia in the Third Liberty Loan Cam busy world and busy people do tion of the whole congregation paign and now si e is going over not want to be bothered with Red you. There is work now for to every one who helped to make the top in the Second the Convention a success. Cross War Fund Drive May 20 everylody and the person who H. T. Young, Minister. to 27th. The people who were is not at work deserves the vagFOR A SPRAINED aNKLE. present here Monday at the Red rancy law applied. As soon as possible after the Cross Auction Sale showed their injury is received get a bottle et House and lot for sale on interest in this noblejwork. Now Chamberlain's Liniment and fol lets get busy and go over the West Main St. low the plain printed directions top May 2027. Mr. and Mrs. James McCall. ' which accompany the bottle. Con-recoord op "No. 70" wnennQ 'want toCommunl- - $7 tian Patomir. held at Covington with dlUNAI. last week, Mt. Vernon's delegation won the banner for largest percentage of expert Junior Chris-tia- n Last Endeavor membeis year Mt. Vernon had the only ex peri meraoersn.p in uie ste, a LOUISVILLC & N.SHVII.LI R R Co. The hanks have the coupon DISTRICT CONVENTION OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. bonds of the Third Liberty Loan. who have paid in full may Those In the Fifth Bible School Dis call at any time and get your bond. trict. At the State Convention ChrisThe Kentucky Christian Bible School Association re-dis- -j ' r The Sort of Clothes You Want At Prices You Can Afford Even in this time of war & war prices, the moderate income and the taste for style and quality still get together on common ground in -- j n FISH'S 20 -- d 25 Clothes ! $20 'j II THE CASH STORE Special models for men of Every Build and of Every Ager extreme models for the young fellow smart Business Clothes for men of maturer years. $25 PHONE 27 Pay Around $20 and $25 and Gef Quah'ty in Your Cfofhes We recommend this price to any man who wants to Practice Economy without sacrificing hts usual standards. YOU NEED NOT GO A STEP BEVOND THIS STORE for anything men and younu; men wear. You'll always liml the new things here first. - nrtliffc 85fe SfttrClgSgl . J y . j iLendHini ENOCH MORGAN'S sons co. If Swift & Company Made No Profit The cattle raiser would receive only cent a pound more for his cattle For 'Mill Iges words-A- ct ECONOMY PATRIOTISM "Actions speak louder than - Pont Talk - Buy Now of Will Cummins against the W. J. Sparks Co. for personal injury, was called for trial this morning. For SAPOLIO ls profit on any single transaction that if it were turned over to the cattle raisers of the country, they would receive only Vs cent a pound more for cattle than they receive now. Swift & Company pays for live cattle about 90 of the amount received for The dressed meat and for packing-hous- e remaining 10 pays expense, freight to market, operation of distributing houses and profit. Swift & Company's actual figures per head for 1917 on over two million cattle were as follows: by-products. So small is Swift & Company's j CIRCUIT COURT Era met Gentry, who was on trial at the time of our last issue for the killing of Joel Suttles, was given two years in the pen. W. T. Brown plead guilty to the charge of forgery and was given two years in the pen. Brown forged the names of W. J. Major. J. W. Brown and Cy Brown, his tatber, to uotes at the Bank of Peoples Bank and Citizens Bank, of Brodhead. John St. John aged 17, was sent to the School of Reform for forging a check on John McKenzie. Frank Cox was given ten years in the pen for ihe killing of James Sutton. The damage suit of W. M. Bullock against J. W. and George . Ma rley resulted in favor of The suit of S. L- Durham against W. T. Hicks, a land suit, was dismissed. The damage suit Mt. Vernon; Bul-locc- The Red Cross drive starts Monday. Rockcastle must raise $2,500. It is not expected that a few people do all the giving. It is up to all to do a little and then the amount can be raised and no one hurt. Do your duty. DO YOU ENJOY LIFE:' A man in good physical condi tion is almost certain to enjoy life, while the bilious and dy- Receipts From $8 9 61 Payments ii.H S.lltnt rriM - DrMiS speptic are despondent, do not enjoy their meals and feel a good share of the time. This ill feeling is nearly always unnecessary. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up the stomach, improve the digestion and regulate the bowels is all that is needed. Try it. mis-erabl- e $24.00 26 CHANGE IN TIME From Meat $68.97 74 Louisville tf & Nashville 12 RAILROAD Effective May Lv. MtVemon Total $93.06 Total $93.0 Northbound This net profit of $1 .29 per head averages Vi cent a pwpl lire weight No- - 24 No-22 lcbv.lle 3.47a.m. " And out of this small net profit dividends must be paid to shareholders. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois 6.57p.m. Southbound lNo.za No. 2 J S Jacksonville Swift & Company, U.S.A. lJfiSSfiKEamaMt . 12.13a.m. iwa.m. No. 21 leaves same time as formerly. CBaflCSa, TlT SSSacSa.SS3aSS5aBaaa.B5fi m Children Cry for Fletcher's I The Kind Ton 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. Yv' COCCmXiA Allow no one to deceive vou in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good Castor ia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WhatisCASTORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 6zL&tfffl&&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought Who Is Most Benefitted N BY The Money Mou Earn? i You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it i p Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with ! a stake N 36 W 31 poles to a stake at Flat Gap in county liue; thence with sama N 32 R 25 poles to a stake corner to lot No 4 in the aforesaid divis 'on; thence with line of same S With a'1 the appeals coming 37! E 78 poles to the beginning from tin: Agricultural Depart- containing 15 acres 2 rods and ment from the Council of Nation-a- l 10 poles. No. 3 On the plat being lot Dcfen-- e and "ever there'', there are four eardens in No 2 in the aforesaid division Mt. Vernon just back of bu:ld and bounded as follows: beginning at a stke with pointings on Main Street with no in dioati-nof any crop being ers corner to Harris Chenault & in any of thein. This is on the Company; thence the out side border line of slacking We hone line of the 20O acres S 4c VV 10 such things are not happening poles to a stake N 30 W 6 noles any where else in the county to a stake near a branch N 58 W 58 poles to ajstake on the noith and this will be remedied side of the county road;thence The Food Administration is east N 1 H $4 poles to a stake on the warning people who are holding north east side of county road; wheat to let it go to the mills N 8 34 poles to a stake N 5 E not hold it for seed, as this poles, corner to lot No in years crop will be in ter seed. 22 the aforesaid division; thence If your wheat is confiscated dent poles to a with same, N 33 be surprised, we have only a litwith pointer, corner to lot tle, bnt many littles make large stake No and 4 in tne aforesaid divisquantities. ion; thence with lot No 4 and 3 The morals of soldiers is very N 83 E t6i poles to a stake with important to help win the war pointers, corner lot No 3 in line and bring them home good citi- to Harris Chenault & Companv; zens, but the question of morals thence with their line S 2 W does not stop there, we need a yo puies to the begi ining consecrated people for them tainin 1 10 acres. to come back too. lhe church of land on plat No and Sunday school must be kept up to a high cstandatd to pre purchased by Alva Pullins from serve the morale of the people at Wilson P Griffin. Beginning at a stake in line to home A Pullins tract No 3 in the plat The school should be on a highand known as lot No 2 in the dier plane than ever before while vision of Wade H Marretts and more women will be in school Alva Pullins 200 acres on head work they should be of mature waters of Round Stone creek; age conversant with the imporsaid Pullins line S 264 tance of their work and pro- thence poles to a stake, corner to H foundly patriotic. It is now Duger; thence his line S 42 E 78A time to select teachers for next poles to a stake, corner to same; year and grave responsibility thence N 69 W L5 poles to a stake rests on the trustees to choose line to James Lambert's and proper teachers from the availa- in corner to Boatright heirs; thence ble people, will require some 4o S 88 poles to the thought and investigation. The their line E beginning containing I3 acres. salaries are small and the best The above sale will be made on talent will have to be sought for not waited for to apply for a credit of 3 months, with approved security the amount of schools. debt interest and cost to be The speaking at the court house laised on day of sale. Monday night, will be the best on Tip Langford, S. R. L army conditions. Captain Har May 4 1918. ris, of the British army, will bring a story of personal experience from the front. Private Evans will tell the story of the COUNCIL OF NATIONAL tj a a DEFENSE I - Food will Win the DON'T WASTE IT Be a n RAISE IT O f V g-o- d Producer As Well as Consumer KGLTABLKS - s RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH PEOPLES BANK Money in m pocket bums. Pat it SAVE A PA UT OF ALL you earn. Your eaaeelled in the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with us. checks returned will show where your money has gone, and thev will spur you on to save for the better things- of life. 1 1 WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS f JJ2 .. PEOPLES BANK a MT.VERNON, KV. .....-..-.- 1 . ... con-clea- n act Known as the Bradley or Sam McMullin Jack will make the season of 1918 at my Bam at the low price of $5.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt foalded or mare traded, or bred to other stock. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. CHAMP see his colts before breeding elsewhere. ,. . . You should C. A. DAVIS, Mt.Vernon, LIVINGSTON m Ky. is The BankofMt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings i B war in a way that brings the western front before you. You can see "over there" and note conditions. Such an orator has not been in our midst since the war started. If you miss this speaaing. you will be sorry for it. Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of SHERIFF'S SALE. No 255 directed to me, which issued from the Clerks Office of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of the officials of the Madison Circuit Court against Mason Pullins 1 will, on Monday, May 27th, 1918 between the hours of 11 a. m. and 12 m. at the court Mt. Vernon, Rock-- ! house doer in castle County Kentucky, expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property, or as much thereof as is necessary to satisfy the plaintiffs debt, interest and 2- -3 costs, of -6 in terest in the following described To-wit-The 1- By virture of execution ! dflFyWC" Hi' 3 IDRflHi - I I iENN4l V rfnAjBBfeyii?.i5 air JZt v MM Jnk j i $v Palmer, Okla., writes: " From the time 1 entered into womanhood I looked 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 1 gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . 1 decided to ... TAKE sk. IB 1 M Hi Livingston, Ky., 515 18 Neal Parrett, of Mt. Vernon, was here Tuesday doing some carpenter work for J P. E. Drum-mend- s J. E Woodall, traveling saleman of London, was with our merchants Tuesday Quite a num. ber of our citizens attended the funeral of Charlie Mullins, near Mullins Station, Tuesday J. J. Lawrence, operator of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Monday No one will get the blues if he is in the crowd Come again, Jack, there always remains a welcom- e- Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Catlin left Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends at Lebanon Junction and Louisville Miss Ethel Hase is visiting relatives in Paris and Cinin Mt. Vernon SatIB H cinnati While urday we had the pleasure of Mm sWHHHJI 5 8 1 "SSHMt 5 1 me Argument iiiiiiLi S M in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful mechanics always come here ter theirs. You don't have to be told the reason. You can easily tignre it out yourself. COME AND SEE. Harmony jnftant Colors property. In buying Hanna's Green Seal Paint you get more so much paint you also get service. This service consists in the thorough protection and improved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your raalestate. Being in Rockcastle County meeting several of our old Level Green friends and among them Rev. D. K Gentry, our old school mate. We both have passed our S Mt. Vernon, of Paris c. c. cox Gl e than just Kentucky on the head waters of Round Stone creek and beirg tract No. 4 in the division of a acre tract at the head of i44 Round Stone Creek near Hat Gap, Wade H. Marrett's part of a 2o0acre survey, owned by him and Alva Pullins and bounded as follows: The Woman's Tonic took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . M It has now been two years since I took Cardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female "I Do you have trouble selecting just the right paint colors for your house? Then get a Green Seal color card from our dealer below. It contains many helpful suggestions. On your next painting job have your painter use Hanna's Green Seal a Beginning with a stone with Johnson's a corner to lots No. 1 and two in said division N. 83 E. 1 2 poles to a stake at the foot of a hill with pointers, a new division corner; thence N 90 poles to a stake in the outside line of the whole tract; thence with the same S. 55 W 2i poles to a stake, S. be W 35 poles to a stake, S jjujes wj a suaivc ill SttlU outline, a corner to lot No. 1 in i vv a-- z childhood days and age has made its impression on us both, but in conversation our old school days were referred to, and we talked of many that were yet living, but a have crossed over the great Mr and Mrs. C.aud great of near Mt Vernon, have Gnfhn. returned home after a tew days visit with relatives here John Lear, who is one of Uncle Sam's Opoosite a Court House 0 a ,J. j j.Tnoe SRAMVILLE OWENS Formula on Every Package Sold by trouble." If you suffer pain caused v.i iJ put old Bill Kaiser, el Germany, out of business, is at home on a three months furlough and was in , y I v,. ,r. . j from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-d- o wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. TryCar-du- i. It helped her. We believe it will help you. said division; thence with line of same S 37 E 78 "poles to the be- ginning containing 20 acres 1 rod and 12 poles. No. 2 ( M Druggists :jeC$pcqpoi 3cC I im Undertaker B88M I i Beginning at a stake i r: & Coffins, Gaskets Robe Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Promptly Filled with pointers, corner to lot No. 4 also corner to lot No 2 in said division; thence with line of lot No. 2 -- in said division: thence with line of lot No. 2 south 33H poles to a stake with point, ters, corner to lot No 2 an outside corner to whole tract; lb e nee line of same N71 W 35 poles to stake in east side of county road; thence N n W 37 poles r . r-- y V- -. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W I17M1- .VV IllltXIIl MT.VEBNON.KY. OFFICE.- - On 2 cd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atteng ticm given collections. W FN ONE BO -- yr our town i"u-a. d.-- uhas been quite sick for ford, who a while, is better and able to be at his post agai- n- C. E. Rice has moved has family to South Louis- He, where he has a position as baggage master Mrs. Roy Beas- ley. of Oavenwood, was here be--1 tween trains TuesdayMr. and Mrs. Solomon Griffin, of near Mt. Vernon, have been with rela- tives in Livingston for a few davs Lon Areenbrieht. et Knoxville, Tenn., ia spending a few days with relatives here George McCormic, who has been quite for some time, is very low and not expected to live but a short time Dr. R. G. Webb was London Saturday on proves slonal business. Mrs. J. H. Wal- ton is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. I. E.Mann, - t. Dr. W T. Amyx has CAUSE OF HKADACHE. By knowing the cause, a dia returned from Louisville after sease may of ton be avoided. This fe w days stay- in that city Jim ls particularly true of headache. j Jllb,)ar'- ",f r,mnT1(ir ca-nt The of head, in a few days ago to see home-- 1 ache is a disordered stomach or folks but went back next day. J constipation, which may be corc . Mf,p.ujrp , aftpr a week's service 'rected by taking a few doses of as a juror, has returned home Chamberlain's Tablets. Try it. Many others have obtained per- The Third Liberty Loan is over maueni renei uv laKiug mese and We aU shUld teel PloUdof Tablets They are easy to take each one of thetowns m the coun- - and mild and gentle in effect. ty and bJess oW Kentucky. where she stands in the class? C J Now we have something else that we must all put over and that is aJ1 get the Red Cross drive bugy aod do all we can to make it a great SUCcess -- Judge J. S. Cal-oway was in jndon on business th 1 tt Mrt of ,ast week. Ur- baQ Chewning js Qn the sick list' thig week Mrs. G. T. Hellard UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER has returned from Lily after a KY. few days visit with relatives ruy some war oavinjj oiauips today and every day this year. PROPERLY FITTED ABOUT RHEUMATISM, GLASSES Rheumatism causes moie pain any other and sufferiug than AT THE RIGHT TIME sease, for the reason that it is is of common of all ills, and the most Greatest ImpoHancc, it is certainly gratifying to suf-i- n If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see ferers to know that there is a remedy that will afford relief, aod DR. MOORE. The Oytkiu make rest and sleep possible. It Cox Buildin?, Mt. Vera on, Ky. is called Chamberlain's Liniment. ' - ik v , I McCLAR rt STANFORD. di-sic- k