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Mount Vernon signal: May 24, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918052401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 24, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY mt mmu ROCKCASTLE OVER-THE-TO- P. Signal CLEAN ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 24 1918 NUMBER 35 MT. VERNON HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT 1 JaHi&sPHHBBlLnnH Miss Myrtle Bryant The Red Cross Drive in Rock-castl- e started Monday and before noon Wednesday Mt. Vernon and Livingston, the two towns which had arranged for their drives' in the early part of the week had gone over the top. Mt. Vernon reported $2,030 and Livingston reported $617 making a total of 2647. reported at noon Wednes d iy, which was $147 more than Rockcastle's quota Brodhead will make her diive tonight and and you can bet your last button that when En dhead's report comes in, that she will be right at the top. Wildie which has responded to every call had their drive Wednesday night and the report as shown elsewhere in) this issue bears evidence of the support of those good people. PAINT AND KEEP IT UP A "Clean-up- " without a "Paint-up- 0 is useless and absurd, not only because houses that are unpainted eye sores appear uglier and more conspicuous after a ''clean- up, but because the painted surface inside and outside can be kept clean, sanitary and germ proof. PAINT-Pai- MT. VERNON'S SUBSCRIPTION W. A. McKenzie C. C. Williams nt ceiling. your walls, floors and It's cheaper to be kept well house-paintin- Mrs. W. J. Sparks D. H. LYON, lit Principal Vernon High School Richard Cox. U.G.Baker J.W.Brown M. . $50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 g a study and can help you to just what you We have made want, whatever the requirements, large or small. Pennington. R. Asher P. Bowman ... 5000 50.00 50.00 2S.oo 25 00 S. J. Pish Dr. Walker Owens W.F.BAKER THE BLUE FRONT STORE, RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE 15.00 Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis 20 00 Mrs. J. P. Griffin 2500 25.00 S I - W. G. McBee...... ft"! - . ,j -- V E. S. Albright and wife H. J. Mullins W. M. Hurst V. C. Tate T. J. Niceley Mrs. A E- Miller 3500 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 20 00 25.00 J. S. Cash T. B. Lair F. L. Durham E. F. Gentry E. B. Cox Chas. Lovell 1500 Bonnie Niceley 10.00 W. M. Poynter IO.00 M. J. Miller Sallie Craig 5.00 Mrs. Salhe Owens 50 00 J W. Mink 25.00 Wm. Arnold 5 1.00 1.00 Chas. Milton Moore Miss Irene Moredoclt Winnie Teacher English and History .Yii Rev. Mrs. Rev. Mrs. Mrs. Moore Cleo Brown . lo.oo Wm. Kirby 10.00 T. N. Noe 10.00 C. C. JCox 10.00 Robt. Cox I5 .00 H.T. Young and wife. 15.00 Fannie Adams 15 00 L. W. Bethurum 15.00 1500 Joe Brown M.G. Fish W. H. Gentry A. H. Hamlin and wife J. L. Norton L. V. Murrell 00 J. W. 1500 W. C. ."..5.00 Mack 10.00 J. R. Rider Burdette .' 5.00 5.00 5.00 .5.00 1.00 1 Teacher Latin and French Wednesday evening was the musical by Prof Diecidue's band and orchestra. These young pee pie have only been taking music since the first of the year and the progress of most of them both on the wind and stringed instruments has been remarkable. Last evening was the exer cises of the Eighth gn?de pupils. This evening the class of i9 18 will appear and tomot row even-ing will mark the close, with an address by Prof. Dickey, President of the Bowling Green Business University. 1 With the baccalaureate sermon at the Christian Chun !i Suuday niorninr preached by Rev. Bra, elton. pastor of the Stanford Christian church, begun the Commencement week of ihe Mt. Verrhool. non Graded and Hijrh It was a most excellent discourse and was greatly appreciated by the large audience which gathered in honor of th nine young tadies and gentlemen, who finish the course as prescribed and will go cut into the world for the h.glier and bigger shperes of lilt?. j ' Fred Krueger J. McKenzie T. F. Warren G. S. Durham J. M. Morton Rome Adams S C. Franklin R. W Henderon Mrs. Ella Mae Mullins Burdette Owens Mrs. Alice Childress W. P. Baker Miss Amy Proctor Miss Tevis Bethurum E. B. Brown Miss Clyde Watson Miss Louanna Whitehead. . ..10.00 Miss Mattie Pennington 5.00 s.oo 10.00 Mrs. C. H. White 1 .00 15.00 Lewi? M. Ramsey 1.00 I5 00 Sheridan Bowman .. ...4.00 10.00 W. H. Kruegei 10.00 S.D.Lewis 1000 10.00 Mrs. S. D.Lewis 5.00 lo.oo Mrs. Sarah Weber 10.00 10.00 E. F. Bryant 5 00 W. H. Livesay 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 T. A. Landrum G. W. Brown 10.00 500 5.00 C.A.Davis 5.00 S. S. Daily Large Alcorn J. C. McGuire J. B. Childress H. M. Cromer J. A. Sigmon John Logsdon D. .00 1.00 ..1.00 1.00 1.00 T. J. Ball .00 15.00 .1 P. Bethurum 5.00 1.00 John French Sr., Robt. Mize J. D. Lamb J. T. Noe F. L. Thompson Jr A. L- - Adams 500 1.00 1.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 Harve bowman 5.00 O. D. Bryant 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 .5 00 R. A. Daile 50 M.G. Noe 50 M rs. Frances French 10.00 W. D. Livesay 500 2.00 1 .00 lo 00 1.00 J.C.Taylor Fritz Krueger F. L. Thompson Sr.,. W. M. Baker R. E. Machal G. C. Landrum J. W. Hilton D. R. Gentry Judge L. W. Bethurum J. D Bright J. W. Gentry 5.00 Mrs. Lucy Mullins 500 M. P. Fenzel 5.00 Jack Abney 2.00 5.00 5.00 $1,699.00 10.00 . Total Those to whom Diplomas of Graduation will be delivered tomorrow evening. Mrs. Ellen Price Mr. Alma Patten J. W. Parsons Miss Chrisiine Davis D. H. Lyon W. A. Cox soe 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 100 5.00 Received from Red Cross Sale 10.00 5.00 20.00 1. 00 $ 375.00 John Albright 500 2.50 Total 2,074.00 (Continued on 2nd page.) ABOUT RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism causes mote pain and suffering than any other disease, for the reason that it is the most common of all ills, and it is certainly gratifying to sufferers to know that there is a remedy that will afford relief, and make rest and sleep possible. It is called Chamberlain's Liniment. 1.00 1 9f i lulian Miller John Rumsey r 'a Welch-Fenze- l. Miss Ruth A. Landrum Mrs. Verna Copyright Hart Schafrner& Mart, War service in clothes Ir ""2 Mrs. Alice Davis Miss Annie McNew Mrs. Mary M. Doan Miss Turner W. H. Fish Mrs. R A. Sparks Mrs. W. L. Richards Austin Dnrham Mrs. T. J. Pennington John Cloutz Miss Ethel Davis Mrs. M. Pennington Bentley Mullins Wra Wallen Miss Anna L. Cummins M rs. Susan Pennington Miss Lucinda Hellard 2.50 Chas. Noe 5.00 Mrs. Chas. Noe 5.00 Chas. William Noe 5. 00 William G. Hysinger 5.00 A. C. Sowder 500 R. tt. McFerron .00 1.00 1.00 lo.oo 5.C0 YOU Mrs. Ella Mae McKenzie-Mullins- . want to save for the country, for ; Arthur Hurst Judge Mullins James Maret G T. Johnson Miss Sprowles W. L Richards.. ,4T?. Miss Annie Phillips Miss Edith Phillips wool for the soldiers, labor- Miss Sidney Alverson Crawford ers for war work. You would like to feel that you are doing it when you buy clothes 5.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5 00 10.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 Craig J.S. Cummins J. J. Cummins Joe S. Hasty Lewis Hurst C. G. M. F. Herrin 5.00 5 00 5.00 5.00 2.00 1 .00 GASTOBIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FC--" YOU MUST RAISE BIGGER AND BETTER CROPS TO HELP WIN THE WAR You must have the proper repairs for your machiney in order to save all you raise. Let us supply you with repairs for your mower or binder. We have them Sections, and Section Rivets ; Guards and Guard Bolts: Knives and Knife Heads ; Pitmans, Pitman Boxes and Pitman Belts ; Chain Links, aud other repairs for the Deeriog, Wood and McCormick Mowers and Binders. War Time Ecinomy is Mt 11 11 buying 1500 You can. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; they give you the most for your money; ail P. Tf"4 Come to this store and get .... . .... 5.00 5.00 2.50 2.50 500 , wool fabrics, fine tailoring, good style!5 A A my than cheaper clothes it. uch clothes last many times longer ; your saving comes in. that's where We'll prove Satisfaction guaranteed. Sutton Miss Mary H. Langford. Miss Onie Silvers & McBee fe The home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes Miss Lou Phillips Dorothy Albright Lucille Albright Marguerite Merrick Miss Virginia Crawford Mrs. Leila M. Cooper T. T. Hurst Miss Nedia Childress R. Powell H. G. Claxton Joe Cummins J. L. Hasty Miss Emma Hansel Floyd Miller..i Aden Owens I ...... 5.00 5.00 25.00 io.co 5.00 5.00 5. 00 5. 00 20.00 gnds is of iiferwr quality more trier ti are a dollar. Nothing wasteful. BUY GOODS WITH A REPUTATION soe 5. 00 5.00 JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD. KENTUCKY , 'Tv rf&i .'iT r " . n iii JCgMom t -' " .MM ..-,- xy MtVernon Friday, May Sign a 1918 ? 'Jtr HUD THE I BATTLE LINE IN FRANCE t s, Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTION ONK Feed the American Army Wheat Flour I Save the Bm.4x YEAR O t Advertising rates maue known on application MBMBKR OF I $9 THE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE ' I have V? Ml .' omombw B mm Jg W&mm 'Mi 81 BMP mmmT IBNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION jJ Pi fl fl Wr W Br Mr I Ky.. -- 1911. mJ A SINGING ARMY FRANCE. ") persons living at my bom. I have ea haaa a family of pounds at wheat flour. I agree that in my home we will not use more thaa six pounds of wheat products In thirty days ter ea person, including flour, crackers. Victory breed, macaroni, etc, until the next harvest comes in August I agree to hold at my home all wheat flour which I have on hand over a thirty days' supply ter ray family ea the ratio of six pounds per mouth per person, and to dispose of such surplus as the United States Food Admlais tration may direet in the interest of National Safety. If my surplus flour U given to the Government. I am to be paid what it coat me. I make aad sign this pledge aa aa American citlaoo to aid ia the winning of the war. P. O. Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother cull, "Biscuits for "A singing army to France: The slogan indicates a new determ nation on tbe part of the Arfny Y M. C. A. to meet the increasing needs of the soldier boys for music in the :amps, according to a bulletin just re ceived here from the Central Department headquarters of the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. Following tbe declaration of Maj-GeHarry C. Hale that "a singing army is a winning army,'' the Army Y. M. C. A. is now planning in its work for soldiers throughout the n. Address Unittd States to beat the mans at their own game. Ger- Thirty eight of the foremost song leaders in this country are now at work in tbe can tenements of the United States, organiz ing the enlisted men by com panies and barracks and teach ing them a score of songs which they may sing together at re views or on the march. It is stated that 47 such song leaders are provided for and this num ber will soon be reached. One song leader is being supplied in each of tbe army camps. In ad ditton there are to be 12 itinerant song leaders who will insinging at isolated points. The purpose of the Y. M. C. A. singing program is to develop song leaders from tbe ranks and make each mili tary unit self entertaining as it men in moves "over struct the there." "Music alone competes with religion in the power to lift up man's heart and soul," says Marshal M. Bartholomew, in charge of singing instruction for the Y. M. C. A., in a statement just issued. "The two most military nations of the world have long recognized and systematically exploited this power During a long residence in Germany both buliare and during the present ww, I had opportunity tc study at first hand this important phase of army life, and more recently in Japan I made myself familiar with military mnsic In my opinion, the si aging in the German army has done more to keep up the morale of those troops and to stimulate the patriotism of the people than any other single influence." The State Y. II. C. A. of Ken. tucky is trying to fecruit thirty-fiv- e men per month for Army Y. II. C. A. service and a large portion of the men should be able to lead singing. Inquiritt can be addressed to C. A. Tevenhauga, 345 Associ- Cut out the above pledge. Fill in the blanks. Sign your name and addreaa and mail to your County Food Administrator at once. Wheat! Wheat!! Wheat!!! This is the great national necessity at the present time. It is needed ter the immense armies we are sending abroad at the present time. It is needed ter the AUJed armies who are so gloriously hold ing the Battle Line in Western France untU the Americans can get "on the who made his formal announcement this week as a candidate for the job" and drive the German Hordes back across the Rhine. Republican nomination for United States Senator It is wheat flour that is so badly needed for bread stuffs over there. It is wheat flour that the American Government must have and our American Pa so much. Short services were Short funeral services were held trioU at home must provide It by savings in the homes. There ia no other conducted at tbe residence by at the residence, Thursday noon, source of supply until the next harvest Thos doty calls us to our part in the war. her aged Dastor, Rev. A. J. Pike, bv Rev. M. G. Fish, after which Knowing that all loyal cltisens are glad and wUllag to conform their house who baptised her when a little his remains were brought here holds to the six pound ration until the new hot knowing also that we girl, and he was assisted by Rev. and buried beside his wife in the have some among us who are disloyal and havest. and perhaps not averse R. R. Noel and Mr. J. C. McClary Christian church cemetery Mrs. to seeing sacrificed the splendid brave youth of the nation who are going from of Stanford, after which her re- Alonzo Watkins died at her home our homes to fight for our freedom, the Government is protecting our loyal mains were laid to rest in the Saturday, and was buried in tbe citizens against those disloyal in meeting this call ter the saving of wheat Baptist church cemetery. She Methodist church cemetery Mon- flour. There is on the Statute Books a law against Hoarding under which is survived by her husband, Mr. day noon. She leaves besides her those who hold an unreasonable amount of flour are being prosecuted by tht A. K. Albright a prominent busi- husband, a week old baby Mrs. Department of Justice ia the Federal Court. The penalty for convicted hoard ness man of our town, live W. A. Robins, of Corbin, is with era is a fine not to exceed (5.000. aad imprisonment not to exceed two years, daughters, Mrs. W. O. Yaden her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. or both. The Food Administration has determined the amount af wheat that ia Misses, Hazel, Nina, Worth and Sowder this week Walter Robavailable from now until harvest for the American people. K has determined Vivian, her mother, Mrs. U. W. ins returned to Harlan county that a reasonable use must not exceed six MMoMM per month per person and Turpin, a sister, Mrs. J. W. Tate, Sunday, where he is doing car has stated that it ia unreasonable in this emergency to have on hand mors and two brothers. Possibly the penter work Mrs. Allen Hyatt than a thirty days' supply ea this ration for our householders. largest number that ever at- and her daughter, Miss Oma Any person who has ea hand more than this amount ia liable to proseou Brown, are critically ill and their tlon as a hoarder of flour under the law on orders from the Food Administra tended a funeral in our town was present Sunday afternoon recovery is considered very doubt tion. The procedure is by indictment in the Federal Court. Recognising, however, that many patriotic persons, following practice at 2:30 and remained until all ful. Mrs. Ben V. Kiddle, formerly considered legitimate and usual, have laid in larger Quantities of flout daughter of Mrs. Hiatt, is was done that human hands could do, showing their sympathy for very sick. Mrs. Riddle was just than in this time of National Emergency is considered reasonable and righi the bereaved ones, and endeavor- recovering from measles and like- and that many of these persons acted la so doing from proper motives, thi Food Administration in the interest of fairness and Justice, now offers to thos ing to comfort them. Eld. and ly her present sickness is a recitizens who have thus acted in good faith, the opportunity of showing thei. Mrs. J. VV. Masters of Corbin, lapse of the measles. She is very patriotism and Insuring themselves against the notoriety and penalties tha moved to our town Saturday and ill Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Pilken would result from prosecution. are occupying the property re- ton were in Corbin several days No person in Kentucky, therefore, who makes and flies with their Count. cently purchased from J. Thos this week. Mr. Pilkenton was Food Administrator the statement disclosed in the Pledge at the head of thi article and holds his surplus flour ter tbe Government, agreeing to turn it eve Cherry on Silver street Mrs. looking after his duties there. if it is needed, will be prosecuted by tbe Government for hoarding flour. J. K. Cass was with ber daugh RESOLUTIONS. Tbe Food Administration will not call for your surplus unless it ters, Mrs. B. E. Elder and Mrs. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father sary, and when it does call, will leave you your thirty days' supply, butis necei it nius L. B. Hilton, in Stanford, last has seen fit to take out of her know where the flour is and it must have your promise to turn it over as t week. J. T. Wallin has sold his earthly home and transplant into measure of National Safety. barber shop to C. H. Frith and the garden of glory above, the life Ia some Kentucky counties, awing to shortage of supply. It has already W. O. Yaden Mr. Wallen still et sister Dolly Albright, wife of been found necessary to direct that excess holdings be marketed, but it is enl; has charge of tbe shop and will Bro. A. E Albright and moth- in cases of emergency that such action is contemplated. likely hold it down until Chuck er of five sweet girls, in her going When this call comes to you think of tha needs of our soldiers, the bravt and bill learns the trade. Mr. away we feel that Brodbead Bap- boys who fight our battle for freedom, for tbe safety of our homes from tht Frith is now in Oklahoma, and tist church and Sunday school has menace of the Huns. Don't let anyone say you are a slacker because you hav it has been reported that he is given up one of its most faithful not offered your surplus to the Government ia time of need. Every pound o making 'investigations in the oil and efficient members; and where- flour now counts in this time of trouble. Remember also that tbe influence o business; but for all we know he as, the hearts of all our member-ship- , your offer on other citizens not so patriotically inclined, may save the lives o many brave boys from your own home towa. Make your sacrifice for then may be taking lessons in tbe barand we might add the hearts and inscribe your name In this pledge on your Country s Roll of Honor! ber business. Brown and Craig, of all Brdohead people, go out FRED M. SACKETT. of Lancaster, shipt a car load of in the most profound sympathy Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky. Breakfast!" We're sure there's a treat that can't be beat in store agist, tender biscuits for us toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness! ror mother is sure of her baking powder Lulinnet. She never disappoints us because JUDGE B. J. BETHURUM CALUMET aa4& nw N.Vr 1 ' "MUtbi 'nb Vl ! BAKING POWDER her. never disappoints It's dependable. OPME aliiays the same Try it. Results the best. c. pro-Germ- Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved otfi-lh by the U.S. Food Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. Yon Save When You Use It. Uiri4l7QTQUAL,TY nlUilEsJ 1 AWARDS BAKING CHICAGO Free Free free Your Kodak films developed free, I only au-otb- er charge you for each print. Work done by an expert. Order your films from us. We pay postage. Mail us your films. J. P. KELSAY, Your Druggist APfjwmMwv The Safest Place for Your Money the United States to "pay to bearer" a The paper money of the United States is a promise to pay. It is the agreement of cer- ation Building, Louisville, Ky. BR OD H EAD san-atoria- The sad news reached us Friday noon that Mrs. A E. Albright, who was in a private in Cincinnati undertreat-men- t for a complication of diseases, died at 6:00 a. m. Mr. Albright had been in Cincinnati for almost a week at the bedside of his wife, r nd while her condition was considered critical the end came with little warning, the immediate family, Mr. Al bright, tbe nurses, in physician did not realize the ser. iousness, or rather unexpected that the end was so near. Death came so quiet and so calm that she went from a natural sleep into the sleep that knows no awakening. Mrs. Albright was a de vout member of the Baptist church, and while she made no display of her good deeds yet they were many. She was ever mindful of those about her of the leas fortunate, and many of oar town and community shed bitter tears because of the loss of one who had been a friend to them when friendship counts fact her hogs from here Saturday. VV. J. McQueen bought a farm from Dr. Pennington, of Lordon. last week for $3,000. This farm is in Laurel county, and Mr. McQueen is moving his family to it. Tbe Commencement exercises of the Graded and High School, last Friday evening, was all that could have been expected. The graduating class rendered thtir parts well. The class address, delivered by the Hon. T.J Ohoates president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal, Richmond, Rentucky, was fine. Some ten or more pupils composed the graduating class, and after the class address Prof. J. L Pilkenton presented diplomas in each of tbe number, thus closiog a very successful school year J. N. Van-hoowho recently purchased property in our town, sold a farm near Maretburg to a Mr. Balou, of Harlan county, for $4,000 Elder J. W. Masters, of this place, is holding a revival at Gum Sulphur this week Mr. and Mrs. John Durham, of Chicago, are with relatives and friends here this week. Mr. Durham left here twenty-fiv- e years ago and it is said that he has accumulated considerable property. He came here with a view of buying his father's old homestead Mr. J. W. Chesnut, an aged and highly respectable citizen of Hiatt, was found dead in bed by Guy about 8 a. m. Wednesday. Mr. Chesnut had been living alone for several months and possibly had been dead several hours when found He leaves two sons, I. B. Chesnut, of Berea, and H. J. Chesnut, of Lancaster, to mourn the loss of an affectionate father. Ma-bar- to the bereaved husband and children. And whereas, sister Albright's life in her home among her children and before the people of the town has been such as to merit the highest commendation of all with whom she came in contact; therefore be it resolved that we, May 17th. 1818 tbe members of Brodbead Baptist church and Sunday school, do extend to the stricken family our deepest sympathy, assuring them soroow oH suffering M excused with that our hearts are beating in unithe expmaotlou, "It ia the war." Thh is too kind of spirit aeedod ia every son with theirs, in this dark hour Sav Food. and that our tears are freely minU.S. Coramoal Output Denote. gled with theirs. A eanvaee of the whole c sua try by Pot Kvory Aero ta Worh. Be it further resolved, That we the Food Administratis shows that na aa editorial reviewing handicap? commend this dear father and .the actual milling output of coromeal of the past. HWkifii ram s,oeo.OM barrels sa Oc B children to the pity and loving Farming has thai to sa to nearly f.oSo.oSt ahe future: "The time compassion of our dear Heavenly March. Daring the poet barrels ter a it months, g remit with MUaum. which for Sad tar riu Father, believing that, whatsoever the output of sore floor has increased t thaa we can too per coot He does is for the best, because not ho changed far the 10 oooag at least, has passed Behind our life the Weaver stands Now Mo ooerMtee, Jos a Casups. that the ptsatmg eeaooa to mw aad An.l works his wondrous will; The program of food cooaorvatloo to aoea Weleave Reduces Wheat Caoaumotioo. Home consumption of wheat in Canada is now being reduced about id per cent to make possible aa increase In wheat exports. av Feed. EfSslant Than Mm loamy. Mere "The only way to win the war." Progressive Farmer believes, "ia for aa to be more efficient than the enemy If the Hun soldier is efficient, ours must If be made more efficient. the German farmer is efficient ia feeding and clothing the German army, the American farmer must prove himself more efficient." Says the Idaho Farmer: "The brea. ration of the allied soldiers now fax ing the fearful onslaughts of Germai guns and gas has been reduced. Why Because they haven't enough to g around. They haven't enough whea to make their war broad out of. Who are we going to do about it?" Food. tain sum. W. S. S. are also a promise to pay. "It le tha Mom" Ia France fifty per cent of too tots energy of the people is said to go latt mUttory effort. Hardships, hunger War Savings Stamps Are as Good as Money and Pay You 4 Compounded Quarterly Both the money and the stamps are 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 preser vation and solvency of our Government and the safety of our homes i it all to His wise hand And trust His perfect skill; Should mystery enshroud His plan And our short sight be dim, We will not try the whole to scan But leave it all to Him. Be it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to tbe Mt. Vernon Signal for publication and a copy be spread on - W. Hasty our minute book. Mrs. Eliza Branaraan A. J. PIKE, W. H. Branaman Committee for Church and Sun- Mis-- . Maude Reynolds day School. Miss J alia Reynolds Mtt-of-far- e, dectfie 000a hie tot-tbe United States leada Missouri Moral mwe flooo with fruit ist to say: "We oaor ami do ret bean aakec ter JS part io viaaiag Mm Our meatless day and weeetteas Mower tot a he said are merely a matter of substituting 000 another aad ore aothhng aomgmrod aoareoomm booomm poe faMod as Maw with the rations imposed ea too Bog grant boor of oaofl to grew the oMto .ish people and aha voluntary rations of the Cansdlaaa." e. T- 500 J. M. Coffey 1.00 1.00 5.00 JfHIO I " wr and families forever. 1.00 l.oo 10.00 RED CROSS (Continued from 1st page.) W. H. Jones WILDIE w D. . W- - H. T. W. x. hicks 20.00 W. Coffey 10.00 L. Carter and family 6.00 H. Wojd 25.00 G. Reynolds .....5.00 M. Manus 5.00 Jess Proctor Gib Alexander I. A. Fish Brit Durham H. 8. Coffey J. II. Branaman A. B. Cox Mrs. H. H. Wood Vernon Blackaby l.oo 2.oo 1.00 , 10.00 workers. 4.0s Total $ 13550 To pay any special tribute to any particular one in the success would be ful Red Cross drive, very much out of place, since it has been tbe pride of everyone to see it go "over the top" and many bave been the untiring Ty MM two SSNWAWAW.SV.VWAWAV Thi Snar rnnrrthnt1 hv MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. ODELL A District Deputy, Barbourville, Ky. N D W. H. FISH, Clerk Dixie Camp, Mt. vernen, Ky. 5.00 In our next issue will appear 5.oo names of contributors from all a.oo points, which have not been 3.00 ported this week. re- Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTOR A FOR I CASTORI A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR 'i iiiriw 1 11111M Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkrnon Kv, May 24. 1918 1 I 79 up "No. 70" wneo wunt touo m m u n cne with SIGNAL 7f. 4, LOUISVILLE m 4 NSM b VILLI R R CO. TIME TABLE. :: 24 '21 nortn nortti South Phone No. 8. G.iiT 11:55 - pm 3:47 a m 23 south rj:ldara Jas. Landrum, Agent. am Entered at the Mt Wrnon, Ky. Potonee mail matter. ac Becond-ciau- PERSONAL Mrs. J. W. Moore who has been so very low. is better. Mrs Steve Drew of the Burr very sick. Judge L. W Bethuruui was in Lovisville Tu suay on legal business. Mr and Mrs Grover Sowder are here from West Virgiim for a few days visit. Mr. Anderson Burdette's en tire family are down with measles and have been very sick. Orrin VVallen, of Broihead. is working a few nights at the L & N. depot while Jack Lawrence is resting up. Mrs. R. vV. Dyche, of who has ben so very low with pieumonia, is just a little better, says the last report. Mrs Sarah B Baker has been inaveiy serious condition with measles. She is better at this section is repvLd New assortment of shirts for Boo Davis has gone to the "the greatest mother in tht Members of the faculty of the young men at Fish's. world." Barely no properl cm coal titlds to work. Mt. Vernon Graded School for stitated person can give deal Riding Trousers and Lejrii.s PRESIDENT OPENS eir to the appeal Sacrifice it for young men at Fish's. RED CROSS DRIVE needs be to help those w!i uirc We keep the quality up because One of the greatest, if not the sacrificing everything to make the quality keeps us up greatest demonstration!! ever lit' World fitter to live 111 J. Fish & Son. seen was the opening et the Red s Cooper DO YOU ENJOY LIFE Cross Drive in New York. There that's the coolest underwear 75,UOO people in line and were A man in good phsical coed' today ;tt made. Gets yours millions of others lined the streets tion is almost certain to njo Fish's. of the march and cheered them- life, while the bilious and dy selves hoarse as the president of speptie are despondent, d not June 24 to 28 is War Savings tin1 United States, the commander-in-c- enjoy their meals and feel mis week in Kentucky. Every War hief of the army and navy, erable a good share of the time Savings stamp you buy helps who is also the president of the This ill feeling is nearly always Keep the Germans out of your Red Cross organization, inarched unnecessary. A few dosts of own home. Miss Ruth Milling afoot at the head of the proces-- Chamberlain's Tablets to tone up There is a great demand for s;on. It was a most inspiring j the stomach, improve the diges Teacher 5th and (th Grades graduates of Prof. Wilbur R. spectacle and one that could only jtion and regulate the bOWi Is is Smith, Lexington, Kentucky, at occur in a Democratic country, all that is needed Try it. line salaries Read his ad and whore every law abiding man is write lor particulars. a good as any other man; no Mr. and Mrs. St Clair are rematter of what degree. At joicing over the arrival of a fine night President Wilson spoice to girl baby. Mrs. St. Clair, who For Infants and Childrta a vast throng and stirred his was Miss Ina McCoy, is with Mt hearers to the highest pitch of In Use For Over 30 Years Vernon relatives. enthusiasm as he told of the ac Always bears the complishments of the Red Cross Signature of (&Sf&&A4AL Chesnut, age about Mr Jarrett and urged the necessity of every 74 years, was found dead in bed one "giving absolutely all that he Wednesday morning. The deean spare and unti. its hurts lor TRADE MORAL Joan of Aro ceased lived by himself near Hiatt then the heart's blood goes into The buriil took post office. was the only woman on earth it." Unlike his usual efforts, the! able to place ft Brodhead yesterday af resist a bargain adverpresident told a story or twoi ternoon. Miss Mattie Pennington tisement and she's dead. If which illustrated his moaning If you have a picture of your Teacher 3d and 1th Grade you've got a bargain in someand were decidedly apropos and son, brother, sweetheart or rela thing, advertise it to the wompointed. The greatest man in all tive who is in the service to day j en folks in this paper. the world pleads for money for it will be bring to . ia xJtblnVM Kenosha-Klosed-Krotc- h 1 CASTORIA Iin l i y y "' v Your Views Will be Pleasant Kenosha K Jfbsed Kretch Union Suits --- are the garments you it Fish's and shojin along with the others al ready on display. You may hav it back any time you like. Lo-do- n, The price is sets for all extra time. Mr. M and Mrs P. up from Livingston Tuesday to see their daughter, Mrs. Baker, who has been vtry sick. Murphy Whitehead who suffered a broken leg while working woods, was taeu to in the log Monday to Lave the X London Ray applied. Mrs R. H. Livesay stopped for a night with Mr and Mrs. Wade Livesay, returning from a visit to her sister near Brodhead, to her home at Fork Ridge, copies of the Signal. Some pee pie, however, seem to have the idea that newspapers do not cost anything and should be gratuitously and promiscously scattered to the four ends of the earth with out recompense or resvard. Please remember the price is sets Dees came for all copies taken from the office. Stomach Troubles Since Childhood I Now Miss Clyde Watson Improper fitting or. less comfortable ones will cause discomfort and make, select. j you conscious of your underwear. We have your size in the weight, color and quality you prefer. -- PERUNA Made Me We!! Enjoy The Best Mr. v:m. W. Everly, 3325 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "1 have been troubled with stomach disorders since childhood, but after taking six bottles of your Peruna, I now enjoy the best of health. I ;:!so had catarrh in the head, which practically has disappeared,; thanks to the Peruna Co. for their good work." j I -- V iV'9w Teacher Second Grade Those who have monthly donations to the Red Cross are asked to please drop in People Bank and pay Miss Proctor, the collector, does not have the time and is not supposed to run over town and hunt you up for this obligation on your part This is due the first of each month Won't you please keep it in mind and abide by this request. The following teachers been elected for the ensuing year for the Mt. Vernon Graded and High School: D. H. Lyon Principal, Miss Mary Thompson, of Cadiz, Ky., teacher of French and History in high school, Miss Anna K. Baugh, et Berea, teacher of Latin and English in high school, Miss Myrtle Bryant. 7th and 8th grades, Miss Ruth Mulhns 5th and 6th grades. Miss Lou Phil lips. 3rd and 4th grades, Miss Mary Langford, 2nd grade, Miss Georgia McFerron, primary. have of Health Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Peruna Tablets. Sold Exclir.wely from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify the Genuine KLOSED KROTCH and COOPERS QUALIT-YTwo Bis; advantages which cost nothing extra, but are worth much to yu. THE CASH STORE f':kMiss Geoagia McFerron Tenn. Miss Susie Thompson was in Lexington Tuesday to see her brother Will, who is attending Kentucky Cnivetsity. He will lie at home next week but will be here only a few days wkn he will leave for a training camp. J. D. Lamb, who has baen located at Livingston for the past ySy J liii Lend Him ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. AHanc Primary Bryant, Seventh and Eighth Grade teacher, is also one of the High School graduates. Miss Myrtle The Farmer's Share Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a lower cost than almost any other farm m BUY LIBERTY For Buy BONDS SAPOLIO year buying all the old scrap iron, rubbish, or whatever the people had to sell, is now located in Mt. Vernon. Look him up if you have any thing in that line to get rid of. Mr. W. B Reinke is expected tomorrow and Sunday he will take Mrs. Reinke and the children, Will and Nancy, to their new home in Alabama. They will store their furniture in the Miss Kate Moore property for a short time. Bob Allen was over from Covington last week attending court. Bob is now the sole owner of the Kentucky Motors Car Co., one of the best and most popular garages in Covington. Bob is doing well and his Rockcastle friends are proud to hear of his splendid success. Miss Lou Phillips has been appointed Chairman of the Womens Division of the Rockcastle War Savings Committee. She will begin at once to organize and get the women interested in buying and selling War Savings Sstamps. She attended a meet ing of County Chairmen at Lexington yesterday. LOCAL A very interesting Red Cross meeting was held Monday night at the Court kHuuse and at this meeting more than half of the Rockcastle quota was raised. ECONOMY PATRIOTISM "Actions speak louder tharr words -- Act - Don't Talk - Buy Now product. The principal speakers were Senator G. G. Speer, of Frank-fort-, The following young men have and Private Evans of our own been notified to report in Mt. U. S. Army. Both had an ap Vernon to day and will leave to- pealing message and Private morrow for Camp Taylor. There Evans was kthe livest one who are 66 in all and the list is as has been with us for some time. This county went over the top follows: Nate Swinnev, Jas. D. Pitman, before noon Thursday and is still James Burton, Thos. Leger, going. Watch the cIock in the Willis Bradley Siginan, Toney Brooks Mink, Wm. Daugherty, Wm. Milton Payne, Wm. Adams, Roy Lee Sowder, Willis U. Hood, Willie Smith, John A. Leger, Henry Harrison, Ralph Edwin Fields, Charlie Cephus Kirby, Finley Elias Jackson Smith, Mitchell Ward, Lloyd Jennings, Thos. E. Dees, Wm. Harris, Everett Delaney. Geo. Woodall, Henry Hopkins, Geo. Washing ton Allen. John Smith, Ernest Caldwell Smith, Jas. Morris, Wade Durman, Milliard Mize, St. Elmo McClure, Alfred A.Sams, Grover Croucher, Elmer Jones, Wm. Gabbard, Henry Baker, Burdine, Dan Ponder, John Stephen Langford, Geo. Henry Gibson, Chas.Wm. Childress, John Franklin Tred way, Cossie Bullock Peoples Bank window. The United States Department of agriculture reported in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approxiof to mately two-thir- ds three-fourth- s" the final retail price paid by the sumer for the resulting beef. con- First State Bank OF Under normal conditions, the farmer's share of retail prices of various farm products is approximately as follows: 71 per cent Butter CATTLE 66 to 75 per cent Eggs 65 per cent Potatoes 55 Der cent Poultry 45 per cent 35 per cent Fruits LIVING STON, K Y. The First State Bank will occupy its new and permanent home en or before June 8th, and tt invites all visitors and friends to visit it's new quarters. at Brodhead and Conway tonight and Level Green tomorrow. When the round up comes tomorrow night we expect to see Rockcastle around the $4, 000 mark. Rei Cross meeting Circuit court will adjourn to- - morrow and the past three weeks have relieved the docket of many cases. Judge Lewis is a fine Judge, and the Rockcastle lawyers, jurors and all concerned are very high in their praise of him as a jurist. A. C Sowder sold this week a sow and niue pigs for $98.50. Beecher Smith, son of George Smith of Sparks Quarry became suddenly insane last Saturday night and has been in a serious condition since. He is one of the boys in the drafted list supposed to leave tomorrow for Camp Taylor and it is thought that worry over being called to the army is the cause of his demented condition. LOIHGTOH, KY., BUSINESS DNIVERSfTT and retail price represents the necessary expenses of packing, freight and wholesale and retail distribution. The difference between farmer's price When in town we invite you to make the First State Bank your headquarters and feel at home. Kockcastle has certainly done Jepp Griffin, Forest H. Shrock, herself proud in the Red Cross Ab Baker, Edward Burton, Obey Graydon Proctor. Murphy Whitedrive. head, Samuel Helton, Watt Rigs-by- , COURT. CIRCUIT Charlie C. Forsythe, Emmet damage suit of Will Cum- B. Norton, Leonard Kirby, Jas. The mins against the W. J. Sparks Conn Asher, Emmett Bustle, Cook Brock, Co., which was on trial at the Lindsay Hiram time of our last issue resulted in Thompson, Chas. Hurd, Henry favor of the plaintiff, who was Bee Griffin, John Fred Smith, given a judgment for $looo. Hobart Brown. Morris Taylor, Cummins was caught between Robt. W. Carmical, Jas. Pike, two rock cars in the Mt. Vernon Garfield Shearer, Eddie Harrison quarry some years ago and re- Mink, Geo. Ambrose Jones, Calceived a broken leg. Sheridan vin Barnes, Bradley Burdette, Bowman for striking John C. Robt. Preston Weaver, Arthur Jones, Joe M. Dowell, Elijah Taylor with a hammer, was Swift & Company not only performs the manufacturing operations of preparing cattle for market in its packing plants, but it pays the freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing houses, and in most cases even delivers to the retail butcher. All this is done at an expense of less than 2 cents per pound, and at a profit of only about Vi of a cent per pound of beef. well-equipp- ed i It is the object of this institution to faithfully serve the Government and the communityt and with capital stock soon to be paid in full and a new Home it hopes to enjoy many years of future service. Mail or phone to this bank your subscription to the Second Red Cross war fund Large volume of business and expert management, make possible this indisk raiser pensable service to the and to the consumer, and make possible the larger proportion of retail prices received by farmers. live-stoc- FIRST STATE BANK L H.DAVIS, W.H.COTTONr.IM, President. C.C.MCPHERSON, Cashier. Vice-Presiden- t. he mi tmmm War R. Ml " CAn fiutlnest. Short Hand, Type Writing and Telegraphy position. Diploma awarded Hoeri.! llnumpfnr GOT V Thoufiands of tmo ssf ill graduates. Begin, any time. DEPARTMENT FOR LA DIES, under the uper-Tlaionof a Lady Principal. 100 ladies attenoing this Dssssrw Gesw Bsaraug homes. For particulars, ftddresa LEXINGTON, K WILBUR R. SMITH W WJB Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois .54r V Colleen ran A- much far jouat least cost and toward i nis i'ju ana njiuvnna DR. WALTER Dentist Office Over '3eq33cCpe3C L. W. BETHURUA ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VBKNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street awSsT' Ojk. Swift & Company, U.S.A. rF MT.VERN0N, t Baker's Stors KENTUCKY U. G. - - "V j..-- - m0mmiiM mUTi laeY." 36 W 31 .V 4, Children Cry for Fletcher's IN MFMORY OP MY DEAR to a stake N stake at Flat COMPANION WHOM GOD called RUHR jt;ly 17 i97 Nine months have passed away in silence, Since Goi called you from our hone, We are 'It here sad aud lonely, 1 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 sonal supervision since its infancy. Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good &. this weary world la roam Day by day we sat and watched yon. Si vly fade away, Yet in our hearrs we hoped and Tni-- 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 prayed. That God would longer let you stay. We never hear your sweet voice calling, Nor your footsteps sott ai d low, Since God called you up to Heav- en. Nine sad months ago. Oh smile uron us trom above, Ask God to lead us thru. The walk of life that we ome GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS day, May rind our way to yon. 2L&&& In Use For Over 36 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TH E CEI Campbell Houk and children. IN MEMORIUM OF MRS. A. poles to a txt a Gap in county 1 t iftf ft it line; thebce with same N 32 B corner to 25 poles to a stake No 4 in the aforesaid divislot ion; thence with line of same S Jji E 78 poles to the beginning containing 15 acres 2 rods and 10 poles. IT WAST E IT No. 3 On the plat being lot No 2 in the aforesaid division Be a Well as Consumer and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake with pointers corner to Harris Chenault & RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN aad V KGKTAI'.LKS Company; thence the out side MAKE MONEY AM) DEPOSIT WITH line of the 20O acres S 4l W 10 pelts to a stake N 30 W 62 poles to a stake near a branch M 58 Vv 5:5 poles to ajjstake on the noith east side of the county road;thence Money in rl,e puekfll harm, Pat it - SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn N H 34 poles to a stake on the Bank. 4 Open up a eheekiag aeeoml with u- -, in tbe Peoples Yam cancelled www. north east side of county road; checks returned will show where your money has gone. anl thev will nr you N i E 34 poles to a stake N "2s E on to save for the better things of life. in 22 poles, corner to lot No the aforesaid division; thence PAY to a with same, N poles . stake with pointer, comer to lot No and 4 in tile aforesaid divis-- I ... ion; thence with lot No 4 and 3 , i N 83 E 161 poles to a stake with ft , pointers, corner lot No II in line to Harris Chenault & Company; thence with their line S 24 W '90 poles to the begi jning con-- oc94ea? Food will Win the ttif . . - o flf ... -... J J -- - DON'T a RAISE 4 A . Producer As ... 2. 9 PEOPLES BANK 1 ' 1 $ WE 1 - INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS MT.VERNON, KV. PEOPLES BANK ............. ..ft.. ........ ..--- , ??!? . Speak E ALBRIGHT. softly friends as taining no acres. you No act of land on plat enter, (c. I 4) . ..... J . .a 1 purchased by Alva Pullins from Who Is Most Benefitted BY The Money You Earn? You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with The portals of soirow tonight, Wilson P Griffin. For the soul of one we loved Beginning at a stake in line to dearly, A Pullins tract No 3 in the plat Has just today, taken its flight. and known as lot No 2 in the diH Marretts and She has gone to her rest eternal, vision of Wade Alva Pullins 200 acres on head To the land of undying bliss, There is uo response to our call- waters of Round Stone creek; thence said Pullins line S 26 ing, poles to a stake, corner to H And no return of our kiss. Duger; thence his line S 42 E 78 But her anguish of spirit has poles to a stake, corner to same; vanished, thence N 69 W 25 poles to a stake And the pain of body has 111 line to Jmes Lambert's and ceased. corner to Boatright heirs; thence And her soul, too good for a their line E 4o S 88 poles to the mortal, beginning containing I3 acres. From its prison of clay beeu The above sale will be made on released. a credit of 3 months, with apAnd the angels who guarded her proved security the amount of debt interest and cost to be spirit, Have taken her by the hand, aised on day of sale. And welcomed her home to her Tip Langford, S. R. C. 1 H Known as the Bradley or Sam McMullin Jack will make the season of 1918 Barn at the low price of $5.00 to insure a living colt. or mare traded, or bred to other stock. Money chip Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. You should see his colts before breeding elsewhere. aty colt foalded when A Mil3 '" t father, And into the saintly band. May 4 1918. She has taken her place with the blessed. So do not grieve for your loss, For he wife you loved so dearly. Has taken a crown for a cross. C. A. DAVIS, Mt.Vernon, THENEGKO AND THE WAK. Gen Pershing's report of the heroic fight of two negro soldiers who, though wounded, withstood a raiding papty of twenty Germans and saved tbeir comrades from capture is no surprise to anybody who knows the AmeriMrs. F. M. Jones, d Palmer, Okla., writes: can negro as a fighter. "From the time 1 enOf the negro volunteers trom tered into womanhood New York who have been in I looked with dread France since January a correfrom one month to the spondent with the American next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n army says: pain, until life to me was They are over here, their typia misery. I would think cal negro selves. Tbe standard 1 could not endure the of intelligence in the unit is pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . high, and no illiteracy Nothing seemed to help Many of the men is noticeable. me until, one day, . have become fluent French talk1 decided to ers and I have heard animated TAKE conversations between our darkwho ies and the Senegales I M chanced to he passing. BSsB Kil H SSI The American negro lads get along famously with both white and black Frenchman. In their dealings with the feminine popu lation they ire punctiliously poThe Woman's Tonic lite and not a single complaint has been lodged against them in "I took four bottles," this respect. Naturally they are Mrs. Jones goes on to delighted at the complete lack of say, "and was not only racial prejudice they have found greatly relieved, but can t I truthfully say that in France and some of them have a pain. . . declared to me their intention of " It has now been two remaining here after the war. years since I tookCardui. Their pride in their unit speaks and I am still hi good well for a continuance of the high health. . . 1 would advise any woman or girl morale they have manifested so to use Carded who is a far. sufferer from any female There is no color line in the trouble." If you suffer pain caused war against the black flag of the from womanly trouble, of By the Prussian if you feel the need of t way, it wa.0rtced that no par good strengthening tonic ticipants in Louisville's great to buildup your system, take the adrke Red Cross parade received from of Mrs. Jones. TryCer-du- l. tbe spectators more applause It helped her. We than the negroes.- --Times. believe it will help you. life The Bank of Mt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings Lela Murphy. CASTORIA SHERIFF'S SALE. virture of execution No directed to me, which issued 25.5 from the Clerks Offlce of the Madison Circuit Court in favor of the officials of the Madison Circuit Court against Mason By 1 Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Was a Misery ... 'lililllSI j !ptf If 5 r Ky. P. sXIKfrlSH HAKU Pul-lie- s. fflwl sWoaHDsvenoni 8 J M u fliiliL s Argument on Monday, May 27th, 1918 between the hours of 11 a. m.and 12 m. at the court house doer in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle 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 interest in the following described will, To-wit-The 1- ly in favor of thin store is the tacfl that the most skillful niechanies always come here ter theirs. You don't have to be told the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND SEE. 9 I c. v. Mt. Vernon, c. cox j a ttamoflyinfhml Colors property. In buying Hanna's Green Seal Paint you get more than just so much paint you also get service. This service consists in the thorough protection and improved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your 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 raalestate. in Rockcastle County 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 144 Round Stone Creek near Flat Gap, Wade H. Marrett's part of a 20O acre survey, owned by him and Alva Pullins and bounded as follows: Being Q Opoosite Court House M .1? cided improvement in the allied positions Stat of Ohio, City of Toledo, have-no- suggestions. On your next painting job have your painter use Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold by Beginning with a stone with Johnson's a corner to lots No. 1 and two in said division N. 83 E. 2 poles to a stake at the foot 1 J.B. NOE GRANVILLE OWENS of a hill with pointers, a new division corner; thence N 90 pole 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 32 W 14 poles to a stake in said outline, a corner to lot No. 1 in said division; thence with line of same S 37 E 78 poles to the beginning containing 20 acre 1 rod and 12$ poles. Beginning at a stake 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 poles to a stake with point. 33 ters, corner to lot No 2 an out side corner to whole tract; thence line of same N 71 W 35 poles to stake in east side of county road; thence N 11 W 37 poles No. 2 skull-ond-ben- e. Lucas County, ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing bn'Mess in the city of Toledo, Ccun y and State aforesaid, and thai said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDI-CINE- . CAUSE OF HEADACHE. By knowing the cause, a di- sease may often be avoided. This true of headache. is particularly The most common cauee of headache is a disordered stomach or constipation, which may be cor rected by tikiiij; a few does of Chamberlain's Tablets. Try it. Many others hive obtained permanent relief by taking these Tablets. They are easv to take and mild and gentle in effect. J. C. McCLARY run-do- - Undertaker bRk9.9uad i , " r : Coffins, Caskets & Robe Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone Orders Promptly Filled The French troops, who are AllDruggiiU fighting alongside the British, have carried another of their MP whirlwind attacks to a successful conclusion in tbe Fanders battle-fiel- d and have thereby advanced their line along a 4 front $Dce$DC' in the Lecre sector. More than r rs 400 German prisoners have thus attorney-at-lafar been brought in. The prismt.veenon.ky. oners have been sent on the hapOFFICE.- - On ard. floor of py road to the French rear. No Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten$g attempt; was made to push for' tion given collections. w ward to a great depth, and all obNON 80 jectives w .gffed. As con. fc sequence there has. been a de- Ooe-yar- d ira,, w Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. VisMfMsrV)'Z M 1 Jv TmJ (Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notarv Public. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is tak- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER en internally and acts through KY. the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces System. Send for testiof the monials free. PROPERLY FITTED F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. GLASSES Hall's Family Pills for AT THE RIGHT TIME STANFORD, is of FOR A SPRAINED aNKLE As soon as possible after the injury is receive 1 get a bottle et Chamberlain's Liniment and follow the plain printed directions which accompany the bottle. Greatest Importance. If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see DR. MOORE, Cox Building, The Optician CXX3I Mt. Vernon, Ky.