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Mount Vernon signal: May 24, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918052402_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. stf---1- TT1B" 1 -j - ,' y fc r ?ilLiJ- r 1 - r- - v .s Ullimmji hiihjk.- I t U PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Hpill latum ROCKCASTLE ESTABLISHFD ' 1887 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, COUNT?, or t, . FRIDAY, MAY 24. 1918 NUMBER 35- - MT. VERNON HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT over-th&t- I yjSjjjH Miss Myrtle Bryant The Red Cross DriVe, in Rockcastle started MondayarjtJI before noon Wednesday MtVeHion and Livingston, theTtwO toijjm which ,lmd arranged for tlteir drives in tho early part of trig wbeloliad gone over tho. top. Mt. Vernon reported 2,030 and Xlvinston reported S617 makinjn ifali of 647, reported at noaj aay, wnien was $147 noren Rockcastle's a uota BrodVead make her diivc tonight indl you can bet your that when Brodheadfc- r comes in, that she wil, x at the toD. Wildio whJ ik h .. t. , sponded to every call drive Wednesday mghl ao report as shown el&wher this issuo bears evidence of support of those popi I CLEAN PAINT A "Clean-up- UP "Paint-up- " cles ffli , AND KEEP IT UP " without a is useless and 1 Mld-.t- nc-o- absurd, not only because houses that are unpainted eyesores appear uglier and more conspicuous after a "cleanup, but because the painted surface inside and outside can be kept clean, sanitary and germ proof. KITT XVJL X V 7T7DMidTf 71 SUBSCRIPTIO: W. A. McKenzie. ''H .. PAINT Paint your walls, floors and ceiling. It's cheaper to be kept well 50.00 i'..$50.,oo H. LYON, Principal Mt. Vernon Hiyli Scliool 1). Richard Co.v. Williams Mrs W. J. Sparks U. G. Baker J. W. Brown M. Pennington C. C, K... 50.00 !. 50.00 R. Asher S. F. Bowman l. $.,''50 00 i".l 50.00 A?. J&... 35.00 ...50.00 J. Fish Dr. Walker Owens J. F, Griffin w. u. Mctieo rr R j( . iill,i-mh( v.j..;25otf f. 2500 .'..:...2s.vo W.FAEER THE BLUE FRONT STORE, RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE 15.00 15.00 10.00 IO.00 n study and can help you to just what you We linve made want, whatever the requirements, large or small. liousp-paintin- g Bk 'vB H H. J. Mullins. W. M. Hurst.. V. C. Tate. . . . '. o.l tTlv 5 t itiuiiui vkv mifa' .25.00! j. s. cash 25-0- ..; 35.00 . feWi Winnie Falin Teacher lvnglish and History .Miss - i- - Chas. Milton Moore Miss Irene Morodock Teacher Latin and Krencli Wednesday evening was the musical by Prof. Dieciduu's baud and orchestra. These young peo plo have only been taking music since the first of the year and the t progress of most of them both on the wind and stringed instruments has been remarkable. Last evening was tho exercises of tho Kighth gnule pupils. This evening tho class of i9iS will appear and tomorrow evening will mark tho close, with an address by Prof. Dickey, President of the Bowling Green Business University. T. J. Niceley. LEMJ. Cox., Mrs.'TAiEMJllBr. ' J&S&JSi CtrarXoveli: r Lzr Rov. M6ofov.. '...Jjfiso Joe Brown ljl.oo M.G. Fish Mrs. cieo Brown Rev. H.T. Young and wifo.V15.oo W. H. Gentry Mrs. Fannie Adams. ...,-,- , .'15.00 A. H. Hamlin and wife Mrs. L. w. Betnurura..... . J5.00 J. L. Norton L. V. Murrell Fred Krueger aw: . - .V h Yt T. B. Lair E. L. "Durham K. F. Gentry Mr. and Mrs. C. Bonnie Niceley W. M. Poyntor M. J. Miller G. With tho baccalaureate .sermon at the Christian Church Sunday , Hioriiiiifr preached by Kov. of the Stanford pastor Christian church, began the Bra.-olton- J. McKenzie T. F. Warren G. S. Durham lo.oo Vm. Kirby. ..10.00 T.N. Noo 15.00 10.00 C. C. Cox 5.00 10.00 Robt. Cox 10.00 10.00 Miss Mattie Pennington.... 5.00 10.00 Mrs. C. H. White 5.00 1.00 15.00 Lewi" M. Ramsey 1.00 I5.00 Sheridan Bowman 10.00 W. H. Kruegei 4.00 - ........ :.?.- Davis. .25 00 Mrs. Sallio Craig 5.00 Mrs. Sallio Owens 5000 J. W. Mink 25.00 Wm, Arnold j.-- 1.00 1,00 '. 5.00 W. C. Burdotto Mack Large J. II. Alcorn J. C. McGuire J. B. Childress Ridcr:rr. . :t. .:r: .vttoo7 .s.oo .giooj 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Cronior J. A. Siginou John Logsdon M. H. 1.00 15.00 D.Lewis 10.00 Mrs. S. D. Lewis lo.oo Mrs. Sarah Webor 10.00 S. 10.00 10.00 T. J. Ball J. M. Norton E. F.Bryant week of ihe Mt. Vor nun Graded and High eliool. It was n most excellent discour.so and was greatly appreciated by the large audience which gathered in honor of tho nine young ladies and gentlemen, who fin- ish the course as prescribed and wilt go out into tho world for the higher and bigger shperes of lile. Tlio.se to whom Diplomas of Graduation will bo delivered tomorrow evening. ys a yrs x. HIH l B B A HI H Wm H - bF Pbbbbbb JbbbbbbH a w V 1 1 Jm Rome Adams S C. Franklin R. W Henderon Mrs. Ella Mao Mullins Burdetto Owons Mrs. Alice Childress W. P. Baker Miss Amy Proctor Miss Tevis Bethurura E. B. Brown Miss Clyde Watson Miss Louanna Whitehead. Mrs. Ellen Price Mr. Alma Patten W. Parsons WVliss Christine Davis U. Lyon A. Cox hn Albright ian Miller n Rumsey s. Alice uavis illiss Annie McNew rs. Mary M. Doan .. V Miss Ruth A. Landrum Mrs. Vornu Welch-Fenze- l. 1 I Copyright Hsrf Schiflner& Af?r" 11 VilbS XUillUI F "M - W. H. Fish Mrs. It A. Sparks Mrs. W.L.Richards 5.00 J.O.Taylor 5.00 Fritz Krueger 5.00 F. L. Thompson Sr.,. .5 00 W. M. Bakcr R. E. Machal s.oo G. 0. Landrum 5.00 J.W.Hilton 5.00 D. R. Gentry 5.00 Judge L. W. Bethurum 5 00 j. u. urignt 2.50 J. W. Gentry 2.50 Chas. Noe 5.00 Mrs. Clias. Noe 5.00 Chas. William Noo 5 00 William G. Hvsmger 5,00 A. C. Sowder JUU R. L. McForrou 5.00 C. G. Horrin 5 00 5.00 W. H. Livosay 5.00 I. A. Landrum 500 G. W. Brown 5.00 C.A.Davis 5.00 S. S. Daily 5.00 Harvo liowman 5.00 0. D. Bryant 5.00 R. A. Dailey 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 D. P. Bethurum John French Sr., 5.00 1.00 1. 00 Robt. Mizo J . D. Lamb J. T. Noo 10.00 F. L. Thompson 500 A. L. Adams 50 M. G. Noo 1.00 5.00 Jr., 10.00 50 10.00 Mrs. Frances French W. D. Livesay 5.00 Mrs. Lucy Mullins 5.00 M. P. Fenzel 5.00 5.00 2.00 r.oo lo.oo 1.00 Jack Abney Total 5.00 5.00 $1,699.00 10.00 2.00 1,00 1.00 aim .sullorliig than any other Ui- 1.00 seaso, for the reason that it is ami ..5.00 tho most common of all ills, sufit is certainly gratifying to lo.no ferers to know that thero is a remedy that will all'ord relief, and 5 5.00 Received from Red Cross Side 10.00 375.00 5.00 Total $2,074.00 20.00 (Continued on 2nd pago.) 1.00 j.0.0 ABOUT RHEUMATISM. 1.00 pain Rheumatism causes uioto 'Austin Durham Mrs. T. J. Pennington oVii5 ClonU War service in clothes YOU !bbbbbv t" want to save for the country, for ' wool for the soldiers, labor- Miss Ethol Davis Mr?. M. Pennington Bpmjoy Mullins Wm Wallen Mfsi.Amm I. Cummins Mijk Susan Ponnlngton MIm Lucindu Hellard 5.00 5,00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 F. Craig J.S. Cummins J. J. Cummins JoeS. Hasty Lewis Hurst M. ,.5.00 make rest and sleep possible It called Chamberlain's Liniment. 5 00 is 5.00 5.00 2.00 i.oo' CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOK " 5.00 5.00 500 5.00 5.00 YOU MUST RAISE BIGGER AND BETTER CROPS TO HELP WIN Arlhur Hurst... JU(' 500 10.00 THE WAR You must have the proper repairs for our machiney in order to save nil you raise. Let us supply you with repairs for your mower or binder. We have them ullins t i!MflH Mrs, Ella Mao MoKeozio-Mullius- . j!.. Miss Sidney Alvorson Crawford ers for war work. You would like to feel that you are doing it when you buy clothes 500 5.00 5.00 sou wles flrds K 1500 5 00 You can. Come to this store and get Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; they give you the most for your money; all bbbbl H'S. r.''"bbbbK ' ' Phillips billlps billlps ?; ; right VbbbV wool fabrics, fine tailoring, good style. Such clothes last many times longer than cheaper clothes ; that's whom your saving comes in. We'll prove it. Satisfaction guaranteed. ght lerrick Crawford Cooper iltdress 5.00 5.00 2.50 2.50 5.00 5.00 25.00 Sections, and Section llivets; (Juards and Guard Bolts: Knives and Knife Heads; Pitmtns, Pitman Boxes and Pitman Belts ; Chain Liuks. aud other repairs for the Deering, Wood and McCorniick Mowers and Binders. War Time Ecinomy is not in buying giodt of inferior quality in irder to tare a dollar. ti Nothing to.co 5.00 . ..5- - it more wasteful. Li MUs Mary H. Lunxford. ,....5.00 BUY GOODS WITH A REPUTATION Ai&j The homo of Hart Sclmiruer Sutton & McBee it Marx clothes ...5.oo ..20 00 I Hansel r 5 O.oo Miss Ouiu Silvers JOHN ROBINS ' in,miKfininimiii Mt.Vernon Signa "" -- TK. "V iPHjMt.'JKfWjMWWMliWMiMWWiMi4WlM -- !', - . - j -- t ' - ..-..- .. FRinAV, Miiy s, TB BMtB " ?V" X" '. .,-...- . ..... 11 ATHE BATTLE LINEIN FRANCE . 1 ''' igi.s Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRtFTtON OMIt the American Army Save the Wheat Flour on WS RS. YKAR tl.O Advertising rates tnaae known application MltMUKK UP HE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE Ky.. 1 Mb . . 1918. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A SINGING AUMY .' nnronna llvlnc nt my noma. I nave on nana an,ii pounds of whoat nour. I agioo that in my homo wo will not use mora than six pounds ot whoat products In thirty days lor each person, Including In Hour, craclciTS, Victory bread, macaroni, etc., until tho next harvest comes I have on hand August I agree to hold at my home all wheat flour which oer a thirty daya" supply for my family on tho ration of six pounds per month per person, and to dispose of such surplus as the United States bood Administration may direct in the Interest of National Safety. If my surplus flour is git on tolhe Government, I am to bo paid what It cost me. 1 maCe and sign this pledge as an Amorlcan cltlien to aid In tho winning of the war. -- h.4 . j ri..-"ViUj -- r ea Makes Such 'Lignt, Tasty Biscuits Jubt let iimlhcr Brca!crasl 1" FRANCE. "A hinging urtnv to Franco: The slogan indicates a new detenu nation on the p.irt of the Army Y. M. C. A. to meet the increasing needs of the soldier boys for music in the camps, according to u bulletin just re ceived here from the Central Department headquarters of the National War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. Kollowinj; the Harry declaration of 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 United States to beat the Germans at their own game. Maj-Gen. P. O. Address Thirty eight of the foremost song leaders in this country are ' K Kk in. tlitt cantoueuieMh of the United States, organiz tag 'tho enlisted men by com pantos and barracks and teach ing thorn u score of songs which they may sing together at reviews or on the march. It is stated that 47 such song leaders are provided for and this number will soon be reached. One song leader is being supplied in each of the army camps. In ad dition there are to be 12 itinerant song leaders who will in struct the men in singing at isolated points. The purpose of the Y. M. C. A. singing program is to develop song leaders from tbe ranks and make each niili tury unit self entertaining as it moves "over there." "Music alone competes with religion in .the power to lift up man's heart and soul," says Marshal M. Bartholomew, in charge of singipg 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 before and during the present Kr,,I.JUad opportunity to study atfirt.hund this important phase juf, army life, and more recently in Japan I made myself familiar with military music Jn my opinion, the singing in the German army bus 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. M. C. A. of Ken. tucky is trying to recruit thirty-liv- e men per iinnth for Army Y. M. 0. A. service and a large portion of the men should bo able to lead singing. Inquiries can be addressed to C. A. Tevenhauga, 345 Association Building, Louisville, Ky. l '' BR OD H EAD The sad news reached us Fri day noon that Mrs. A E. Al bright, who was in a private sail atoriutn 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, the nurses, in fact her phyiician did not realize the ser. iousnoss, or rather unexpected that the end was so near. Death came so quiet and so calm that sho went from a natural sleep into tho sleep that knows no awak. cuing. Mrs. Albright was a da vout member of tho Paptlst church, and while sho undo no display of her good deeds yet thoy were many. Sho was over mindful of those about her of the less fortunate, and many oi our town and community shed bitter tears because of tho loss of one who had been a friend to them uheti friendship counts - 'ut out the above.pledge. Fill In the blanks. Sign your name ana aauress all to your County Food Administrator at once. heat! Wheat!! Wheat!!! This is the great national necessity at the . . .A l j. prosit time. It Is needed for tne immense armies we are Benaiog uuruau m jfcsent time. It Is needed for the Allied armies who are so gloriously holdthe B. ing tie Battle Line In Western Franco until the Americans can get "on the wlio made his formal announcement this week as a candidate for tho job'pd drlvo tho German Hordes bock across the Ilhlne. is wheat flour 'that is so badly needed for bread stuffs ovor there. It Is Republican nomination for United States Senator j flour that tho. American Government must have and our American Pa ul home must provide it by savings in tho homes. There U no other so much. Short services were Short funeral services wore held Df supply intll the next harvest. Thus duty calls us to our part In the conduced at the residence by at tho residence. Thursday noon, her aged pastor, Rev. A. J Pike, bv Rev. M. G. Pish, after which Knowing that allUoyal citizens aro glad and willing to conform thoir who baptised her when a little his remains were brought here thi six pound ration until tho new havost. but 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 and perhaps uot averse Mrs. to seeing sacrificed the splendid bravo youth of the nation who are going from Mr. J. C. McL'laryj Christian church cemetery R.R.Noel and of Stanford, after which her n- - Alonzo Watkins died at her home our homes to light for our freedom, the Government Is protecting our loyal mains were laid to rest in the j Saturday, and was buried in the citizens against these disloyal In meeting this call for the saving ot wheat which Baptist church cemetery. She , Methodist chuich cemeteryJMon-i- s Hour. There. Ii on. the Statute Books a law against Hoarding under Mr. i day noon. She leaves besides her those who bold an unreasonable amount ot flour are being prosecuted by th survived by her husband. Dcpartment'ot Justice In the Federal Courts. The penalty for convicted hoardA. E.Albright r, prominent busi- - i husband, a week old baby Mrs. ers Is a tne not to exceed J 5. 000, and Imprisonment not to exceed two years, ness man of our town, live W. A. Rooms, ot L'orDin, is wnn or both. daughters. Mrs. W 0. Yadon her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. The Food Administration baa determined the amount of wheat that Is Misses, Hazol, Nina, Worth and Sowder this week Waiter Rob- available from now until harvest for the American people. It haB determined Vivian, her mother, Mrs. O. W. ins returned to Harlan county that a reasonable use must not exceed six pounds per month per person and Turpin, a sister, Mrs. J. W. Tato, Sunday, where he is doing car has stated that it is unreasonable In this emergency to have on hand mors and two brothers. Possibly tho pouter work Mrs. Allen Hyatt than a thirty days' supply on this ration for our householders. Any person who has on hand jnorc than this amount Is liable to prosecu largest number that ever at- and hor daughter, Miss Oma a funeral in our town Brown, are critically ill and their tion as a hoardor of 'Hour under the law on orders from the Food Admlnlstra tended was present Sunday afternoon recovery is considered very doubt tion. The procedure is by Indictment In the Federal Court Recognizing, however, that many patriotic persons, following practice: at 2:30 and remained until all ful. Mrs. Ben V. Kiddle, daughter of Mrs. Hiatt, is formerly considorcd legitimate and usual, havo laid in larger quantities ot llou: was done that human hands could than in this time ot National Emergency Is considered reasonable and right do, showing their sympathy for very sick. Mrs. Riddle was just and that many ot these persons acted in so doing from proper motives, th. tiie bereaved, ones, and endeavor recovering from measles and like; Foodirmlnlsifation In the interest of fairness and Justice, now offers to those ing to comfort tlieur. Kid. and ly her present sickness is a re- citizens who have thus acted In good faith, the opportunity of showing theli Mrs. J. W. Masters of Corbin, lapse of the measles. She is very patriotism and insuring themselves against the notoriety and penalties thu moved to our town Saturday and ill Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Pilken wosid rem1 It from prosecution. No person In Kentucky, therefore, who makes and flies with their Counts are occupying the property re ton were in Corbin several days Mr. Pilkenton was Food Administrator ,tho atatement disclosed in the Pledgo at tho head of thl cently purchased from J. Thos this week. article and holds his surplus rlour forthe Government, agreeing to turn It ove Cherry on Sliver street Mrs. looking after his duties there. If It Is needed, will be prosecuted bytno Government for hoarding flour. RESOLUTIONS. J. R. Cass was with her daugh Tbe Food Administration will nof call for your surplus unless It Is ncce: ters, Mrs. B. E. Elder and Mrs. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father sary, and wlicn it docs call, will leave lyou your thirty days' supply, but It mus L. 13. Hilton, in Stanford, last lias seen fit to take out of her know where the flour Is and It mustMiave your promise to turn It over as week. J. T. Wallin has sold his earthly home and transplant into measure of National Safety. barber shop to C. II. Frith and the garden of glory above, the life In some Kentucky counties, owinp; to shortage ot supply, it has alread; W. O. Yadon Mr. Wnllen still ot sister Dolly Albright, wife of been found necessary to direct that excessiholdlngs be marketed, but It is onl; has charge of the shop and will Bro. A. E Albright and moth- in cases of emergency that such action is.contemplated. When this call comes to you think of tho needs of our soldiers, the bravi likely hold it down until Chuck er of fhe sweet girls, in hor going and Kill learns the trade. Mr. away wo feel that Brodhead Bap boys who tight our battle for froodom, for tbe safety of .our homes from tin Frith is now in Oklahoma, and tist church and Sunday school has menace of the Huns. Don't let anyone sty you are a slacker because you havi your surplus to in time of need. Every pound o it has been reported that ho is given up one of its most faithful not offered in this time of trouble. Ilemember also that the Influence o flour making investigations in the oil and efficient members; and where-- , your often on other citizens not so. patriotically lncliuod, may save the lives o business; but for all we, know ho as, the hearts of all our member- many hmvo boys from your own homo 'town. Make your sacrifice for theu may bo taking lessons in tho bar- ship, and we might add the hearts and 1uRk your name in this pledge ion your Country's Itoll of Honor! ber businoss. Brown and Craig, of nil Brdohead people, go out FIIED M. SACKETT, of Lancaster, shipt a car load of 111 the most profound sympathy , Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky. hogs from here Saturday. W. J. to the bereaved husband and Il7tli. 1918. McQueen bought a farm from children. Says the Idaho Farmer: "Tbe brea "Seduces Wheat Consumption. Dr. Pennington, of London, last And whereas, sister Albright's tonsumption of wheat in Can- - gration of the allied soldiers now fa. for $3,000. This farm is in life in her home among her chil- week being reduced about M per P" lne icarim onslaughts of Germai Laurel county, and Mr., McQueen dron ami uofore tie peopie 0r tne ake possible an lacrease in tguus ana gas naa peen reduced. Why' mecause mcy naven'l enough to" gi is moving his family to it. oris. towll lms i)Utm such !ls to ,orit They haven't enough wbea around. Sav Food. Tho Commencement exercises the highest commendation of all to make their wah bread out of. Whai e Efficient Than of tho Graded and High School, with whom sho came in contact; are we going to do about it?" nly way to win the war," Pro-- ' last Friday evening, was nil that therefore be it resolved that wo, S4V0 Food. farmer believes, "is iar us to could have beeu expected. The tho members of Brodhead Baptist If e elllclent than tho enemy. "It Is the War." fculdier is efficient, ours must graduating class rendered thtir church and Sunday school, do In France fifty per cent of the totai u o more efficient. parts well. The class address, extend to tho stricken family our the German farmer Is efficient "in teed' Benerev of the DeoDle 1b xnld in r. inin effort. Hardships, huager delivered by tho Hon. T.J Ohoates deepest sympathy, assuring tliem ing and clothing the German army, tbe military all suffering Is excused with sorrow Ken-- ' that our hearts aro beating in prove himself; the explanation, "It Is the war." Thl American farmer must president of the Eastern Is the kind of spirit needed in ever) State Normal, Richmond,1 son with theirs, in this dark hour more efficient." Uiwa tPrtft Americaa home. Reutucky, was line. Some ten or and that our tears are freely mlu-moU.' 8. Cornmeal Output Doubled. Save Food. pupils composed tho gradu- - gled with theirs, A canvass of tbe whole country by Put Every Acre to Work. ating class, and after tho class Bo it further resolved, That wo the Food Administration shows that In an editorial reviewing handicap!1 address Prof. J. L Pilkenton commend this dear father and the actual milling output of corameal and hardahlps of the past, MIcblgaL 3,000,000 barrels in Oc BuslaeM Farming has from presented diplomas in each of tho children to tho pity and loving Increased nearly 6.00O.00O this to aa barrels fori tober to number, thus closing a very sue compassion of our dear Heavenly March. During the past 18 months, about tke future: 'The time for find lng fault with things, which for rea cessful school year" J. N. Vau-hoo- Father, believing that whatsoever (he output ot corn flour has Increased MM pa more cogent than we can S00 per cent who recently purchased Ho does is for tho best, because ireaUse cm mot be changed for the -Save Food. Itlme being at least, has passed. Now property in our to.vn, sold a farm Buliiud our life the Weaver stands Ut Sacrifice, Just a Change. (that the planting ,'aeasou la near and near Marotburg to a Mr. lialou.j And works his wondrous will; Thi program of food conservation la fcfco farmer must, soon decide unon his of Hurlau county, for $.1,00- 0- Wek-nvit all to His wise haud the United mates leads Missouri Rural- - acreage, let us haye done with fruit-Ucomplaining, put our hands to the 1st to say "We Americana have net Elder J. W. Masters, of this ' And trust His perfect skill; da VR part In winning tbe any real sacrlaoe. et been asked place, is holdiug u revival at Should mystery enshroud His plan Our meatless daytor wheatleaa meal iwar. a4 Never let It be dd and Gum Sulphur this week Mr. and And our short sight be dim, lereiy a matter ot changing the lUut a Midler raftering huager or that hi far-of-f me. substituting oste food for la Betctaa died from Mrs. John Durham, of Chicago, Wo will not try tho whole to scan becsum ym failed tat this un are nothing corard mtarvti are with relatives and friends Hut leavo it all to Him. lie ulions lmnosed on tho bag- - igraat new et ne4 to grow the mite artshsj Be it further resolved that u l'!u aud the voluntary rations o fosst whieh mlfM krnv Mr. Durham here this week. Uwm." tho Canadians." years ago and copy of the.so resolutions bo senj left here twenty-fiv- o it is tcid that he has accumulated to the Ml. Vernon Signal for pu lasty 5'CO J. M. Coffoy licatlon and n copy bo sproad considerable property. He came our minute book. Uiui Branarnan 1.00 here with a view of buying his A. J. PIKE, Branaman i.oo 135-5Total father's old homestead Mr. J. W. Committee for Church aud Si llaudo Roynolds 1.00 special trlbuto to To pay any Chosnut, an aged and highly resday School. I.oo any Julia Reynold particular ono in llio successpectable citizen of Hiatt, was Junes ......10.00 ful Red Cross drlvo, would bo RED CROSS found dead in bed by Guy Loo very much out of place, since It Alexander (Contiuued from 1st pago.) about 8 a. m. Wednesday. 2.00 has been tho prldo of overyouo to ish, Mr. yhesuut had been living aloue WILDIK sea it go 'invni- - tlio top" nnd )urham many havo been tho untiring sovoral months and possibly W. T. Hicks for 25 Coffoy bud been dead several hours when W. W. Coffoy ioio 10.00 workers. Branaman found Ho leaves two sous, I. II D. L. Carter aud family. . . .(J.oJ Cox S.oo In our next Issue will appear Chosnut, ot Borea, uud II. J. Chos- II. II. Wood ,25.( 5.00 names of contributors from ull II. H, Wood nut, of Luncuster, to mourn tho T. G. Reynolds 5.C rnon Blackaby 3.00 points, which havo not been reported this week loss of un uffectionato father. W. M. Manus 50o 500 Jess Proctor JUDGE J. BETHURUM ..... "Hiseuits or Wo re siiiv llicro s n trrnt tllllL ClUl't be bet III store Ifolii. tcnf.tr uiMims. for us tnnstv brown and nil liuficd up For root her w sure wilh goodness of her bawinjc powder C.iltsinel. ivetiusc She never disappoints 1 1 CALUMET POWDER BAKING .."OTMADEtYTKETRl i.i.vci- - ahsnys the .same Try it. lii-ci- i,v Jetauiable. disiinnoints her. Results the best. house-hoIJa- Cnlumct contains only sm-l- i ingre dients as have i approved L3 the U.S.lWl Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. Quality mruCCT ruuiiLjtJi AWARDS 'WKiNGFffntf CHICAGO Free Free free Your Kodak films developed free. I only .v ., charge .you for each print. , Work done by an expert. Order your films from us. We pay postage. . an-oth- er Mail us your films. 1 J. P. KELSAY, Your Druggist yjwMNJWJWJWJWmw&vfAww$M nuV-ount- s The Safest Place for Your Money IS The paper money of the United States a promise to pay. It is the aereement of the United States to "pay to bearer" a cer tain sum. W. . b. are also a promise to pay. War Savings Stamps Are as Gc 4 as Money and Pay You Compounded Quarterly 3 V mil-tuck- y I ro o 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 preservation and solvency of our Government and the safety of our homes and families forever. to www, WS.S ittnwxmuN IIIVUIYTM 1 JJOVUMMlMt Tkta Space Contributed by L MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA SIDNEY S. Ma-hur- ODELL District Deputy, Barbourville, Ky. a n i W. II. Dixie Gimp, Mt. Vornen, Ky. FISH. Olerk o C A aJT.O.R I A OASTORIA FUR Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Children Orv FLETCHER'S w f&im. m,mii'knUmiivmattitmmm ttmmmmmma tirrfWHfiiiirMilflWrtn; Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkiinon Ky, May 24, "7-V New nssnrtmont of young men at Fish's. shirts for Boo Davis has gone Members of the faculty of the 1917- - coal lltlds to work. Mt. Vernon Graded School for to tliqweatost aurcly portion J(t..l..ii..,Wlwva mother In 'tl.'.tJi t'&fi-'lShi.hS- the 1918 IM ono up "No, 7Q" wiinrrr. wiint tciCninmunl. & SJ HIONAL wlt Riding Trouscrc unci I.ojjgins for young men at t'lsb's. Wo keep tlie quality up booiuse the quality hoops us up. J. Fish &S011. Oonpor Keiiosliu-Klosed-Kroicli lounvmc CMS & PRESIDENT OPENS RED CROSS DRIVE Ono of the groitest, IfXnot tin! greatest dcm.)tistralion evori seen was the opening of tBi Red Uioss Drive iu New York. riiere'l 1 no proporiy con can give ii deaf the appeal Sacnlice if to help those win arc fie lovery'Jiing to make jrld fitter to live in f)0 VOU ENJOY LlhK' man in good hhical ennd' ion is almost certain to onio life, wlille tho bilious mid dy peptio are despondent, do not enjoy their meals and feel mis orablo a good share of the tune This ill feeling is nearly alwiis unnecessary. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets to tono up tho stomach, improve the digos tiou and regulate the bowels is all that is needed Try it. tlmt'a made. tho coolnst Gets yours 21 underwear today ut rotHvmc r n.co. TlMK TABLE. 24 23 21 nortli south South JA9. GT7 p m a tn 11.55 am own home. 12:13 a ra 3.-I- War Savings Iivary War Savings stamp you buy helps Keep the Germans out of your to 28 is Fish's. Juno week in Kentucky. Landrum, Agent. Ky. Poftofllw iiihII Phone No. 8. ' Kntere.l at the Mt Vernon, m ifcond-cla- matter. 1' K It S 0 I A li Mrs. J. W. Moore who has been so very low, is bitter. Mrs StevnDrcwof the Burr section is reported ve,y "M" Judge L. W. Hethurum was in Lovisvillo Tuesday on legal bust- IIOnS. A Sowdtr are here from West Virgin! a few das visit. Mr. Anderson Bnrdctte's en tire family are down with measles and have been very sick. Orrin Wnlleu, of Bro'head, is working n few nights at the L & N. depot whilo Jack Lawrence is resting up. Mrs. R. V.Dyche, of London, who lus bon so very low vi:h pioumonii, is just a little better, says the last report. Mrs Sarah B. Baker has been in a very serious condition with measles. Shu is bettor at this time. Mr. and Mr.s P. M Dees came uj from Livingston Tuesday to see their daughter. Mrs. Baker, who has been very sick. J Murphy Whitehead who working a broken Jog while in the log woods, was tacen to London Mouday to have the X Kay applied. Mrs R 11. Livesay stopped for a night with Mr and Mrs Wade Livesay, returning from a visit to her sister near Broduead, to her homo at Fork Kidge, Ten 11. Miss Susie Thompson was in Lexington Tuesday to see her brother Will, who is aUending Ho will Kentucky Qnivetsity. be at homo next week but will be here only a few days vh.n ho will leave for a training camp. J. D. Lamb, who has boon located at Livingston for the past year buying all tho 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 iu that lino to get rid of. Mr. V. B Reinko is expected tomorrow and Sunday ho will take Mrs. Reinko and the children, Will and Nancy, to their now home in Alabama. They will store their furniture iu the Miss Kate Moore property for a short tiinn. Dob Allen was ovor from Covington last week attending court. Bob is now tho &0I0 ownor of the Kentucky Motors Car Co., one of tho best and most popular Bob is garages in Covington. doing well and his Rockcastle friends are proud to hear of his splendid success. Miss Lou Phillips has beon pointed Chairman of the Womons Division of the Rockcastlo War Savings Committee. Sho will begin at onco to organio and got tho women interested in buy ing and selling War Savings Stamps. Sho uttended a meet ng of County Chairmen at Lexington yestotday. Mr. and Mr.s G rover 1 fr Thoro is u great demand for graduates of Prof. Wilbur R. Smith, Lexington, Kentucky, at lino salaries. Read his ad and write lor particulars. Mr. and Mrs. St Clair are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby. Mrs. St. Clair, who was Miss Ina McCoy, is with M Vernon relatives. Mr Jarrett Chesnut, age about 7I years, was found dead in bed Wednesday morning. The lived by himself near Illutt post office. The buri.il took place nt Hrodhead yesterday af ternoon. If you have a picture of your son, brother, sweetheart or relative who is in the servico to brinjr it to Fish's and it will bo slut mi along with the others al ready on display. You may have it luck any ti mo you like. Miss Ruth Millins Teacher 5th and Gtli Grades Wire 75,UUU poopio millions of others lined thSjs-etof the march and cheered then selves hoarse as tho president of tho United States, tho command or.iii'Chiof of tho army and navy, w 10 is also the president or tho Rod Cross organization, mirched nf jotriit the head of the procession. It was a most inspiring and one that could only occur in a Democratic country, whore every law abiding man is as good as any other man; no s sp'.-ctacl- in liro una Xt matter of what degree uight President Wilson spoue to a vast throng and stirred his ho'irurs to tho highest nijch prl enthusiasm as he told of- the ac complishments of the Red Cn and urged the necessity pf cvoi one "giving absolutely all tliat can spiro and until its hurts then tlie neart's oioou goes n it." Unlike his nsual effortsf - CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children . J' ir mxr,. iisonr 1.U. 1 Ht rr r-S- g v- - f 5rfr T -- - ,y I'.Sr- -" ,I, - i r .A, In Use For OverSO Years SSV X'M " WAV-- k Will be Pleasant TRADE Miss Mnttic Pennington Teacher 3d and Hli Grade and were decidedly apropos old pointed. Tho greatest man inifcll the world pleads lor money Jor president told a story or which illustrated Ins mean Joan oKAro was the only woman on cVrth able to resist a bargain advertisementand she's dead. U you've got a bargain in something, advertise it to the women folks in this paper. MORAL 7 Tf) lF . Mr ff Keno sha-Kl- b Mr I'll are the garments 'youi n Union Suits s e d - Krotch The prico is sets for all extra copies of the Signal. Some peo pie, howcer, ePtu to have ilw. idea that nuwspapers do nut cost anything and should be gratuitously and protniscously cattered to the four ends of the earth with out recompense, or reward. Please remember the price is sets for all copies taken from the office. Stomach Troixbles . Since Childhood fl,gs 01m select. Improper fitting or less comfortable ones will cause discomfort and make; mil PERUNA Made Me Well I Now Enjoy The Best Mr. Wm. W. Everly, 3325 Korth Hancock Street, rulladolphTa, P.u, writes: I havo been troubled with stomach disorders since childhood, but after taking six bottles of your Peruna, I now enjoy the best ot health. I also had catarrh In the head, which practically has disappeared, thanks to tho Poruna Co. for their good work." Those vho object to liquid medicines can procuro Peruna Tablets. J you conscious of your' underwear. We have your size in the. weight, color and quality. t you prefer. -- Miss Clyde Watson Teacher Second Grade of Health suf-fere- Those who have monthly donations to tho Red Cross are asked to please drop in Peoples Miss Proctor, Bank and pay. tho collector, doos not have the time and is not supposed to run over town and hunt you up for this obligation on" ou part Tills" is due the first of each mouth. Won't you please keep it iu mind and abide by this request. The following teachers have been elected for the ensuing Graded year for the Mt. and High School: Principal, Miss D. H. Lyon Mary Thompson, of Cadiz, Ky., teacher of French and History In high school, Miss Anna K. Baugh, ot Berea, teacher of Latin and English iu high school, Miss Myrtle Bryant. 7th and 8th grades, Miss Ruth Mulhns 5U1 and 6th grades, Miss Lou Phillips, 3rd and 4th grades, Miss Mary Langford, 2nd grade, Miss Georgia McFerron, primary. The following young men havo notified to report in Mt. Vernon to day-- and will leave tomorrow for Camp Taylor. There are 66 in all and the list is as follows: Nato Swinnov, .Tas. D. Pitman, been Sold Exclusively from SIGNED BOXES Which Identify the' Genuine CLOSED KROTCH and COOPERS QUALITY Two Dig advantages which cost nothing extra, but. are worth much to you. -- I . V -- I, &l f, THF CASH SfORE J a.'' W w& VN3Mr3il f Am In .W .y. if tJT7 ..r Jl Ir, ill , In ..i ? Lend Him j$ AHanc ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. Miss Geoagia McFerron Primary Seventh and Eighth Grade teacher, is also one of the High School graduates. Miss Myrtle Bryant, The Farmer's Share Live stock is marketed from farmer to consumer at a lower cost than almost any other farm '" product. The UniterStates Department of rejftrted in 1916 that the farmer gets for his cattle "approxi of mately two-t- r k to BETiculture three-fourths" 'ih i Mil BCfKDS ? LIBERTY BUT VaV Buy SAPOLIO For For James Willis Bradloy LOCAL Kockcastle lias certainly done herself proud In tho Red Cross drive. -- CIRCUIT COURT. Tho damage suit of Will Cummins against tho W. J. Sparks Co., which was on trial at the time of our last issuo resulted in favor of tho plaintiff, who was given a judgment for $looo. Cum inius was caught between two rock cars In the Mt. Vernon (luarAsomo years ago and broken leg. Sheridan Uowjfjm for striking John C. TuylM" with u hummer, was Thos. Leger, Sigman. Tonoy Brooks Mink, Win. Daugherty, Re j Cross meeting at Win, Milton Payne, Win. Adams, and Conway tonight and Roy Leo Sowder, Willis U. Hood, Level Green tomorrow. When Loger, tho round up comes tomorrow Willie Smith, John A. Honry Harrison, Ralph Edwin night we expect to see Kockcastle Fields, Charlio Cephus Kirby, around the $4, 000 mark. Finloy Elias Jackson Smith, Circuit court will adjourn Mitchell Ward, L'oyd Jennings, and the past three weeks Thos. E. Dees, Win. Harris, have relieved the docket of many Evorott Delaney, Geo. Woodall, Judge Lewis is a fine Henry Hopkins, Geo. Washing cases. ton Allen. John Smith, Ernest Judge, and the Rockcastlo lawCaldwell Smith, Jas. Morris, yers, jurors and all concerned are Wade. Durimiu, Milliard Mizo, very high in their praise of him St. Elmo McCluro, Alfred A. Sams, as a jurist. Grovor Croucher, Elmer Jones, A. C. vSowder sold this weok a Honry Baker, sow and nine pigs for $98.50. Wm. Gabbard, John Burdine, Dan Pondor, Beecher Smith, son of George Stophon Langfoid, Geo. Honry Childress, John Smith of Sparks Quarry became Glbson.Chas.Wm. Franklin Tred way, Cossio Bullock suddenly insatio last Saturday Jopp Griffiu, Forest H. Shrock, night and has kbeon In a sorious Ab Baker, Edward Burton, Oluey condition siuco. Ho is ono of Graydon Proctor. Murphy White- the boys In the drafted list suphead, Sumuel Helton, Watt Rigs-by- , posed to leavo tomorrow for Camp Charlio C. Forsy tho, Em met Taylor and It is thought that orry over being called to tho B. Norton, Leonard Kirby, Jas. Bustle, army is tho causo of his demented Conn Ash or, Emmett Lindsay Cook Brock, Hiram condition. Thompsou, Chas. Hurd, Henry Beo Griffin, John Fred Smith, KY BUSINESS UNlVERSfTY Hobart Brown, Morris Taylor, WJUr R. Saiil BuWm GEtti W. ui SiccnM U Robt. W. Carmical, Jas. Pike, Butlntts, Short Htnd, Tip Writing ind Telegraphy Thli el I la 4 iofinnttal A Garfield Shearer, Eddie Harrison i mix h jP 3p . Arurltif il klak uiirul Mink, Geo. Ambrose Jones, Calnl.iniB 'fit ..nlf jrP f7""In.. CoufM. lor f iuf.!''" BHhl..l Btclal vin Barnes, Bradley Burdotte, Robt. Preston Weaver, Arthur irriuftU, jtvin nay not, (talua vl 1'rUrliL u Mu- - lusJi Uu Jones, Joe M. Dowoll, Elijth IkMta. Cm liuin luiuva. ftf irtlJn, t4dr Burton, Brod-head A very interesting Red Cross meeting was held Monday night at the Court House and at this. meeting more than half of the Rockcastlo quota was raised. Tho principal speakers wore Sen ator G. G. Speer, of Frai:t"ort, and Privato Evans of our own U. S. Army. Both had an appealing message and Privato Evans was the livest one who has been with us for some time. 'Phie o.mnf.vr Wrtiifr. nvuf tin it before noon Thursday and is still going. Watch tho clocir in the Peoples Bank window. ECONOMY "Ad ions spea k louder fharr -words-Ac- t- Don't Talk Buy Now m the final retaiy sumer for the ice paid by the con sulting beef. First State Bank OF i Under norm i Share of retail! products is ape jnditions.the farmer's ices of various farm lately as follows: to 75 per cent per cent per cent per cent 35 per cent 5 LIVING STON, K Y. The First State Bank will occupy its new and permanent home on or before June 8th, and it invites all visitors and friends to visit it's new quarters. Butter CATTLE Eggs per cent Potatoes Poultry Fruitsr "(j t and retail price represents the necessary expenses of packing, freight and wholesale and retail distribution. The difference between farmer's prico When in town we invite you to make the First State Bank your headquarters and feel at home. It is the object of this institution to J faithfuliy serve Swift & Company not only performs the manufacturing operations of preparing cattle for market in its paqking plants, but it pays tho freight on meat to all parts of the United States, operates 500 branch distributing house,s, 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 Y4 ot a cent per pouna oi Deer. siness and expert Large volume sible this indis- management, ml ' k raiser pensable service make possible and to the const bf retail prices the larger prop by fan! received well-equipped the Government and the community; 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 live-stocI FIRST STATE BANK I. 11 DAVIS. rrtalik'iit C W H COnO.W.IM, C Mul'HKKSON, VUvl'ri'.liloiit CisltUr LOU, M. Year Book! Instructive fad Addrtst Unbn Stock sting and In request. Impany, lago, Illinois DR. WALTER I V.I L .- at ft - Swift & CoHy, U.S.A. I & MT VI m 1 gW IN ON, j Dentist OilIv )u-- I U 5 t jf ; V, L, W BETHURUM AHOItNl.V AT LAW A Will ill pr.u-lU- Vltll.NON, UV. Ortui; uu Chun hbtrul in all llio h W f court. V KINU'lKV ViltSUR R. SMITH LCXIHQTON, KY. t J. yfr Children Cry for Fletcher's IN MRMORY OP MYi COMPANION WHO CALLED 17 HO MR .1 StfASNSNKSSSXSS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borno the signature of - ana nas been made under his per- sonal. supervision since Its infancy. Y, uow no one to deceive vou In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. t&-fy-7?-z. Just-as-go- Castorla 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. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTOR I A pBears the Signature of ALWAYS l!L&0&i In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CKNTAUW COMf ANV. MKW VOWK CITY, O poles. E M No. 3 On the plat being lo No 3 in the aforesaid divislorj Day by day we sat and watched and bounded as follows: , you. Beginninc at a stike with point. . Slowly fade away, ers corner to Harris Chonault Aj KATKTC UVK STOfik- anil PHITT PRY nni GRAIN nni - VKOICrART.KS -"Yet in our hearrs wo hoped and1 Company; thenco the outside -. MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH prnyed, joO acres S 4i W 10 line of the That God would longer let you poles to a stake N 30 W 62 poles! stay. , ton stake near n branch tf 58 VV IVp nnvpr hmv vnnp swnot voIm 51 poles to a?stako on thonoith oast side of the county road;thonco I:::. SAV.E A PART OF ALL vou earn. A Monov ill the Docket burns. 4 Pat it calling, Nor your footsteps sott alt N K 34 poles to a stake on the v tio Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account witli us, Vour cancellud north east side nf county road; mZlV checks returned will show where your low, niouoy 1ms gone, and tlioy will spur you Since God called you up to Heav N r E 34 polos to a stake N 2s K on to save for tho better thinirH of lifn. ?a pules, corner to lot No 1 in ?lS!zi..-UY:.Ken, . X, - ifift 1 tho aforesaid division; thence i 11 1 Nino sad months ago. with iame, N tfltf poles to n Oh smile uron us Irom above, stake wjth pointer, corner tn lot Ask God to lead us thru, iso t anu i in tne aforesaid tiivis- ' "? . 1 . . t 1 1 i t 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 . 1 1 1 ti 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 w 1 1 1 1 !. 1 :. I'.::: . The walk of life that we -- ome thence with lot No 4 and 3 day, j3 E tui poles to a stake with May find our way to yon. iters, corner lot No 3 in lino Cami-hku- . Houk arris Chenault & Company; andchildkhk. ewith their lino S 24 VV IN MKMORIUM OF MRS. 9jVles t tno Dc ml rig con taining id acres. A. E. ALBRIGHT. 10 1917. Nine months have passe in silence, Sine) Go.l called vou fro lui.ne, We nru l.J ft here sad mid Tnru this weary world In to a stako N 86 W 31 polos to a sUlto t Flat Gap In county lino; tlicnco with sain 9 N 32 K 35 poles to A stake corner to lot No 4 in the aforesaid division; thonco with lino of satno S JI7J E 78 poles to the beginning containing 15 acres 2 rods and f!ffiHfffifm?ffftlfffH!ff!f!HH!!niHff??f HI? ?? H5;i!Hff??!Hffffffh tav Fdod Be a Will Win IT the DON'T WAST a RAISE IT Producer -- As Well as Consumer PEOPLES BANK BANK I a 99 a 1 lj PEPtfeS fUT tnta .w... ura smviimli milljijiv n MT. VERNON, KV. ..... ;j ""' ''z "3 Hiaiiiit 1 WliQlsJyLosB.enafitexi BY The Money You Earn? If you save it as lot No 2 in tho di- iofTbf Wade H M arret ts and She has gone to her rest eternal, Alva Pullins 200 acres on head To the land of undying bliss. of Round 3tono creek; - waters', There is no response to our callthence sa(d Pullins line S 26 poles to a stake, comer to H And no return of our kiss. Jlnger-thence-his- Speak softly friends as you entor, The portals of soi row tonight, For the soul of one wo loved dearly, Has just today, taken its flight. 4 Tract of land on plat glased by Alva Pullins from kn P Griffin. Iknpw waning at a stake inline to ruins tract No 3 in the pint You Are Others Are If you spend it But her anguish of spirit has vanished, And the pain of body has ceased, Arid her soul, too good for a mortal, From its prison of clay been released. And the angels 'who gnafded' her cdrnor'to Boatright noire; thence theiril&e E to S" 88". 'poles to the poles to a stake, corner to same; thenco 25 pojps to a stako in" line to Jtaes Lambert's and N''W ,Hllfe.'!4?S 2S:B- ' JBjBH( Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with beginning containing I3 acres. , The above sale will bVmade on a 'credit of. months", with art proved security the amount of debt interest and cost to be spirit, Have taken her by the hand, taised on day of sale. And welcomed her home to her Tip Langford, S. R. C. father, May 41918 And into the saintly band. j own as the Bradlev or Sam McMullin Tack will make the season of 19f8SfrBarn ,at the, low price of $5.00 to insure a living colt. Money Care AMP Vou irioaseenis taktq qwfre,cbt foalded or mare traded, or bred to other stock. 'prevent accidents but hot responsible should any occur. colts before breeding elsewhere. TheBankofMt.Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings She has taken her place with the blessed, So do not grieve for your loss, For the wife you loved so dearly, Has taken a crown for a cross. Lkla. Murphy. late Was a Mrs. F. M. Jonet, tt Ttfmer, Okli., wrlteii "From tht time 1 into, womtahood ea-ter- ed C.:dAVIS, THENEGKOAND THliWAU. , Mt. Vernon, Ky. Gen. CAS TORI A SHERIFF'S SALE. By virture of execution No 255 directed to me, which issued from the Glerks Ofllce of the Madison Circuit Court in favor oftho officials of tho Madison Circuit Court against Mason Pul-lio- s. I will, on Monday, May . Children, Ory FLETCHEI'S FOR ... ' 27th, 11 1918 between the hours of a. in. and 12 m. at the court house door in Mt. Vernon, Rock, palnf until Ule'tomcwae 1 rml'eryv would think endure the paKuiyoager, anil 1 igrMiuUy go) worse. 'b'cktnf I looked with dread Iforh one month to trie next. I suffered JUupy fcearing-Ofl- n ... .. gaeeajeato led castle County ;Keutucky, oxpdso to public sale to the highest and best bidder the following described property, or as much thereof as is necessary to satisfy tho pluintifls debt, interest and -3 costs, of -6 in tho following described 2st u, oeeoey, . ev to IK. ' TAKE vif ttarmoityinfbMGolors property. Do you have troublo 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 uso raalestate. Being in Rockcastle County Kentucky on tho head waters of Round Stone creek and beirg tract No. 4 in tho division of a aero tract at tho head of 144 Round Stone Creek near Mat Gap, Wade H. Marrott's part of a 20O acre survey, owned by him' and Alva Pulling and bounded as follows: Beginning with a stone with Johnson's a corner to lots No, i and two in said division N. 8i E. i2 poles to a stako at the foot of a hill with pointers, a now di. vision corner; thenco N 90 poles to a stake in the outside', linu.of the whole tract; thence with the saiuo B. 55 V 2 poles "to a siatte; S. bo W 35 j poles to a stake, S 82 VV 14 polos to a stalft hi said outline, a corner to lot 'No. It In said diviston; thence wllh lino of same 6 37 E 78 poles to the containing 20 acres 1 rod" and 12! poles. No. 2 Beginuing 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 -i- n said dlvi'ion;thence with lino of lot No. 2 soutk, poles to a stake with point 33 ers, cornor to lot No J an outside corner to whole tract; thence lino of 6a me N71 W 85 poles to stake in east aide of county! road; thence N 11 VV 87 pole 1 In buying Hanna's Green Seal Paint you get more than just so much paint you also get sirvice. This service consists in the thorough protection and improved appearanco Hanna's Green Seal brings to your Theonian,f "I Tonic tooirfour boWee," Mrs. Jonee gqe oj to oaly. "andyrM cm greatly relieved, uf, tnAalyMythatl hare ota'paln. . . ,it ha now been .two lyearssince I (ookCaraul, iwd, I am 'mil ta.geei kealfh. , , Jwoi04,4ta vuc, any woaun 'or gin urterer from any Jennie "It Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold trouble." .ItyoutuerptbicMtW by Irtfm womanly trduoc S J.B. AttMlt top4 atrtasthinUt Wekv JWMupyowrV".-8- IMOE tm, kke r. Jojiei. ItnelKrier: TrrCl- We U lUwWhelpTM. SBANVIbbB OWBNS Undertake r brk9J?,Mad I r j ORNKY-AT-LA- Wniiane - On avd. floor of hiuHvihTEI Coffius, Caskets & Kobe Mull, Telegraph lT.VEKNOK,ltV. B.- IntboLocre sector, Mqrothao Sold by all druggists, 75c. Family Fills for 400 Gorman prisoners have thus Hall's far been brought in. Tho pris heroic figSfof two negro soldiers withstood wepty GerA raiding papty o, mans and saved their comrades from capturejs no surprise to anybody' who Jcpows tho Ameri can negro as a fighter. Ofthoegro volunteers , trom Iew York who ( have, been in Franco since January a correspondent with the American army says : They are oyer here, their, typi- The. standard X cal negrOj selves in favor of this store is the fact that the most of intelligence in, the unit is ex. skillful meclmnies always como here lor theirs. tr'omelhigh, and no illiteracy You don't have to be told tho reason, You J any of the men Is nticeabe. ,. can easily figure it out yourself. havejbecomejluent .French talkers and I, ha YP,i heard animated COME AND SEE. conversations between our darkies .and the Sonegales who K chanced to be passing. The American negro lads get J, j along' famously with, both white and niacir in meir Ky. dealings with the teminine popu polation they ire punctiliously lite and not a single., complaint has been lodged against them in cided improvement in tho allied CAUSE OF HEADACHE. this respect. Naturally they aro positions. By knowing tho causo, a may ofton bo avoided. This deligbted.at the, complete lack of is particularly true of headacho. raciarPrejudlce'they have found ,Stota of oh!o- - City of Toledo-i' Tho most common cauee of head, h,aca County, as. France and some of them have Mienoy muKcs uu. nclio is a disordered stomach or declared to mo.their intention of1 constipation, which mtiy bo corremaining hereafter tho war. that ho is senior partner of the rected by taking a few doses of of F. J. Cheney & Co doing Chamberlain's Tablets. Try it. Their pride In their unit speaks firm buR nesi in, tho c,tv of T,odo1' Many others have obtained perwell for a.contlnuance of the high "CLun y aim ouiic aioresuia. aim manent relief by taking these morale they have umuiicaicu au They are easy to take j tliuv naid firm will pay the sum of Tablets. far. HUNDRED DOLLARS for hnd mild and gentle tn effect. ONE There is no cojor Jine In tho oach and everv casQ of Caturri, waj ag;ainst tho black llag of the, tbat cannot bo cured by tho uso uy ine,of HALL'S OATARRH MEDI rrussunsiuiLrana-oone- . way. it was noticed that no par CINE. ticipanU in Louisville's great Sworn to before me and sub Rod Cross parade received from scribed in, my presence, this 6th fbft spectators more applause day ot December, A. D. 1886. than the negroes. --Times (Seal) A. W. Gleason, Notarv Public. French.ftoops, who. are tho Hall's Catarrh Mediolne Is tak. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER fighting alongside, uthe British, have carried- - another of their en Internally and acts through KY. whirlwind attacks to a successful t'e Bod on the Mucous Surfaces he System. Send for test!- conclusion In tho Fandcrs battle-!monials free. Jiel4 anij bayc thereby advanced PROPERLY FITTED F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. front their lino along a . who, though.wQUndedj Perilitng'.pprt of the zxnxrrzsH 0 HARD WAR Argument 8 i c. Mt. Vernon, c. cox n RgIXr"TKIlgZ2g4I?Z " Opoosite Court House J- .ttt-- A Jt C. McCL ARY STANFORD, GLASSES 0' . Coo-yar- AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest IinjioHmico, oyt-- or Telo- - phone Orders of Mt. Vernon, on kh St. Filled Promptly Special attenR K'cu cuiiecuuHS. PNONK 80 ' oners have been sen on tho hap- pyrpadtothe'Frouch rear. No1 FOR A SPRAINED aNICLE As SOOa BS possible ttflor tllO attempt was vpto to push for- - ,nj ,g get a bottIo 0, ward to a great depth, and all pb- - Chamberlain' Llnlmont and fob jectlves were gained, As a con low the plain printed directions !.. If your lion- - U nru khowlnj; any tho tiinu to tec ls DR. MOORE, Cox UulMinu', :x$x&xM .t--- sequence there hu beo a de-- , which accompany the bottle.. The Optician Mt. Vernon, Ky. MM