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Mount Vernon signal: June 21, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918062101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: June 21, 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 Mi iermm MT. VERNON, gi Hens-ley, Be-thuru- git a ESTABLISHFI) I 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1918 NUMBER 39 gave $1.00; Mr. and Mrs. H. C Owens $4.oo, G. N. Wycroff. $2.00. Dees, John Hensley, Jack J. L. Robinson, each by Miss Tevis Dr Walker Owens, i; J. W. Bullock 12 cts, E. Bullock, 25 cts, J. W. Marler $1, S. Bullock 25 cts. Ward, D. S. Ward 25 cts, W. M. Noe95 cts, M. C. Brock 1.00; J. F. Ward 1 00; Embry Hoskins 30 cts; J. B. Hoskins, 25 cts; L. C Towery 25 cts. Conway: Reported Pfrove)louY Reported by Nathan V U ft l f B"" .m Pa triotism Don't talk patriotism Prove your patriotism by "signing the pledge' ' to save and invest your savings in War Savings Stamps. show it! Your Wife She is proud of you and jyour achievements She wants you to be prosperous and successful and to look that way She will be the first to notice whether or not your clothes are "up-to-snuf- f," Reported by App Taylor, Section foreman Brodhead: M. D. Lnnceford, John Moore, Ben Minks, John Adams, Jas. Sutton, Elbert Adams, Jim Owens, Tom Lovings, Charley Hurt J. R. Cass Jr., Mrs. Susie B. Taylor, each gave $1 00. App Taylor $2 00. June 28th National War Savings Day Your Government has officially set Frjday, June 28th, as National War Savings Day. Every loyal American will be summoned to show his patriotism by pledging himself to invest a definite amount in War Savings Stamps. We can help you keep your appearance what she would have it Sutton Mt. Vernov & McBee Kentucky Reported by Rovey Mullins, Dudley: Mart Rovey Falin, Mullins, Mary t'. Mullins, L. Mullins, Robert Mullins, Georgia Mullins, Daisy Mullins, Annie Dorsev Mullins, George Evans, each gave $1.00. Reported by Miss Amy Proctor: Earnest Smith, 50 cts; Robt Shearer 1.00; Rob McKenzie 1.; Mrs. Myrtle Mullins 1 00; Fred Murrell 50 cts; G. M. Cummins, 1. 00; J. W. Marlar 19 cts; Z Em-eric- k 50 cts; Mitchell Owens 5.00; Miss Myrtle Bryant, 2.00; Egbert Norton 1.00; R. L. McFer-ro- n 25 cts; C. W. Daily 1.00; S. T. Proctor, 2.00; Frank Mullins, 1 00; Dee Cummins, 3.00. W. S. S. cost $4.17 in June and will be worth $5.00 each January 1, 1923. Pledge yourself to save and buy War Savings Stamps regularly every month. m Johnson 1 1 National War Savings Committee Thi apace contributed for the Winning of the War by - Leading Clothiers for Men and Boys Reported by Miss Bonnie J. Niceley: Robert Reams, 15 cts; J. J. Payne 2.00; B. F. Eberhart 1 THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS that date, two of of June TOWN Leonard Hines 25 cts; Chester Howard, 20; J. M. Baker, 1 00; E. J. Smyth, 1 00; H. B. Griffin, 1 00; G. M. Ballard 1 00; MargaB. Current 1 00; Zack Allen 1 00; ret Newcomb, lo cts; Dolly Abe Evans 1 00; Cabel Bales 1 00; Barnes 25 cts; Nellie Wallen, lo Ed Burnett 1 00; Taylor Allen, cts; William Gabbard 1 00; Anna 1 00; Oscar Reams 1 00; Creed 00; C. C. Forsythe, cts; Albert Clark, 1 00; Dee 25 Cummins 2.00; Jakie Payne 25 cts; W. A. Mullins. 25 cts; Tyree, 25 cts; Jess Meadows 10 cts; K. N. Purcell 50 cts; Carl Bastin 25 cts. W. F. Mt. 1 BAKER Vernon, Ky. and for our comfort We had pleasure. buckwheat. The dt-man- d is such Griffin, 25 cts; WAYSIDE NOTES The Courier Journal iotli 1 makes notes of occurrences of 16. among them is mentioned the opening of Kich-men- d Branch of the L. & H. rail road on June ioth of that year, between Stanford and the capi- crowd which desired to mae the tal of Madison county when the excursion to Richmond to at first passenger train was run in- jtend the big "jollification" being to that region: leaving Stanford pulied off in honor of the advent p. m. arriving at Lan- of the iron horse. Some memat 2 caster at 3 -2 p. m. Cause bers of the assemblage exprest mentioned for such speed was regrets ihat they had not piled the newness of track and various ties or other obstructions on the stoppage's made for the accom- track to stop the fast flying modation of passengers in the thanked their train. Others 9 1 S them being on such a fast flying inovation freights. One party was heard remark: The passenger train ran thru "Not for me. I'll never ride the village of Paint Lick without one of them things, it goes to stopping, at the speed of possi- ding fast for your uncle Reuben." bly 15 miles per hour, and in The track was also laid on Reported by G. V. Owens: of a red flag which had Knoxville the face Division, between James Anglin, 5 cts; Robert Cbes-nubeen displayed by an anxious Crab Orchard and Mt. Vernon 2 00; Bettie Chestnut 50 cts; Isa-be- George Hoon 00; 00; Rosco Griffin 00; Charles Allen 00; W. M. 1 1 00; Milt Johnson. ll A. Horn 1 00; Jas. Callahan 1 00; T. Shea 1 00; John D. Shepherd, 1 00; Wm. Mason l.oo Jack the same year. Locomotive No. 42 was used in hauling rails, -2 1- eight mile run. stars that it didn't stop, for the if the memory of the writer reason thev might have been is not faulty there were three foolish enough to risk their necks trains that made the run on in making an untried experience B I G FAIR GROUNDS Under MT, VERNON Auspices 1! Ill AT of the M CROSS RED and have been over there ft. U ties and materials This engine is in use today, after fifty years, the possibly but few of its original parts remain intact. This old timer was on the passenger run between Stanford and Maysville, on trains 9 and 10 during a portion of 191 7. It was a wood burner in its early days with a "hogshead" smoke stack. Brass trimmings were prominent fea tures in the makeup of the machine. Among the citizens of Lancaster when the "first train" came there were R. M. Bradley, Dr. Hill, W. H. Kinnaird, J. G. Sweeney, Rev. W. P. Walden, William Sellers, Tom Peacock. At Paint Lick were Peter Howe, George Denney, William Anderson, G. S. Maret, Sam Campbell, Elias Searcy. At Mt. I Vernon, T. J. Smith, William T. J. Williams, Harrison Carpenter, Capt. Jack Adams, G. B. Bragg, C. A. Redd. At Stanford were M. D. Elmor;, K . G. Welch, J. W. Alcorn, T. J. Hill, A. M. Swope. But one of these mentioned in above list is living today M. D. Elmore, Mc-Clure, National Council of Defense Stanford. By the Boone Way Man, Mt. Ver. non, Ky. June 10th I918. Patriotic Speeches by Soldier Boys who GOOD Pony Shows and Mule Racing and lots of innocent amusement by the sehool children from all parts of the county PATRIOTIC SONGS WILL FILL THE AIR The different church choirs of the county will be invited to attend. Bring your dinners and spend an enjoyable day. BAND fc S I C R E D C ROSS NOTES. CONTRIBUTIONS. Reported by H. C. Owens, Dudley: Jarvis N. Owens, R. L. Owens, Wm. J. Reams, S. J. Reams, Stephen Gray, Lee Ches-nuL. J. Drew, D. N. Stewart, Chas. H. Hubbard. Will Carter, FAT MAN'S RACE PIE EATING CONTESTS t, ADMISSION FREE Will Creech, Geo. W. Allen, Stephen Clifford, T. R. Hickey, Alva Falin, Victor M. Owens, Miss Carrie Dees, Miss Emily Vaughn 1 00: Otis Mullins 1 00; George Hammons 1 00; Earnest t Fain, 1 00; J. T. Stivers 1 00; Wocdson Davis 1 00; J C Hickey 0 M. Payne 5 00; L. M. Abney, 1 00; John Anderson 1 00. 1 00; J. S. Swinford 1 00; Daisy Swinford 5 00; Ronald Swinford, VI Swinford 25 cts; LETTER FRO 25 cts. Paris Lyda Swinford 25 cts; Hue SwinBRADLEY BROWN ford, 25 cts; Henry Gabbard 2.00 W. G. Mullins 1 00; A T. Abney Camp Forest, Ga. Cat 1.00, 3.00: Major Gadd June 9 igc8. Gadd 1 00; Lewis Gadd 1 00; T. To the Mt. Vernon, Signal: D. Miller 2.00; Pollie Gadd 1.00; Leaving Mt. Vernon May 1st Lee Montgomery 2 00; John Harfor Fort Thomas and expecting din 2 00; Gus Ooucher, 1 oo;El- to be located at Fort Thomas, but len Hardin, 1 00; E Abney 2.75. we only stayed there for two Reported by Chas. C. Davis: days, leaving Fort Thomas May W. M. McHargue 2 00; W. B. 3rd and arrived at Camp Forest, Sigmon 2 00; G. M. Siejmon 1 00; Ga., May 4th. There we were Mrs. Robt. Langford 1 00; Wil- under quarantine for two weeks, liam Renner 1 00; David Hysin-ger- , and while we were in detention 25.00; Jess Carroll, 1.00; R. we were all in general drilling E. Frederick 1.00; Beve Thomas, every day. Most of us are en1 00; Mike Fannon 3 00; George joying it tine. The weather is N. Bray 1 00; Isaac Hardey, 1.00; awful hot down here. On May Grant Banks, i.25; Levi Denny, 22nd we were put into our per1 00; J. C Williams, 1 00; Dora manent company and regiment. Evans 50 cts. The bovs that left May 1st all came on except Mr. Scott, Fred Reported by Mrs. Martha Rev Overbey 2 00; D. Shivel and Thomas Hayse they W. Chapel 1 00; C. T. Sigmon, are in the 51st Infantry, and the 2 00; T J. Mink, 2 00; T. J. Mink rest of us are in the 52 Infantry. Emanuel Reynolds, 5 00; D. M. Mink 1 00; D. J. Ard Cox. York, 1 00; E. Peters 1 00; J. H. Delbert Mobley and all of us are Reams 25.00; Annie Tea French, close to each other and visit often. Our orderlies were ,saying 1. 00. today that we would be bver in Reported by G. V. Owens: of July, withStanley Payne 1.00; W. H. Ab- France by the 1st ney 5 00; G. V. Owens, 10 00; out any doubt. So when we heard the order read we all reJ. H. Wolf, 1 00; AggieiVolf most l.oo; Sis Gadd 1 00; Mrs. Rebec- ceived it with pleasure and every one said the sooner the ca Abney, 1 00; Rachel Owens 10 we get over cts; L. W. Owens 10 cts; Ida better. The soonei there the sooner it will be over Owens 25 cts; Hazel Owens 10c; sang a song, George Owens, 10 cts; Bruce with and then we That we were going over there Griffin so cts; J. J. Berry 1 00; and we were not coming back Spencer Abney 1 00; Etta F. Ab there" and ney 1 00; Hiram Thacker 5 00; till its over, Harrison Gadd, 1 00; John B. that is the spirit that all soldiers in the army a Payne, lo cts; A. B. Cole, 1 00; get after they are Since we were here, Mike Chasteen 25 cts; Howard short time. Payne 10 cts; H. P. Gadd 25 cts; Mr. Sams, of Maretburg, came Granville Pennington 5 cts; J. C. to see Thomas Hayse. We have Y. M. C A. workers near and Pennington 50 cts. they show us that they want to Reported by B. Current: help us by doing all they can Pen-ningion: as a holiday that those who have crops of and the two Jregiments, 51st and this kind can buy War teriagl ft. 52nd were present besides the Stamps and have money medical men and there were sev- and also feul assured that they eral civilians present. We had a have tired a teiliug shot at the i very nice time and plenty of Huns. music. We will leave here soon, The "Kentucky Trio," vno is and we give our best regards to touring the mountain section of our friends in Rockcastle. this state, will appear here and May 31st -- give a musical, who have played Company H. 52nd Infantry, in New York, as favorites, are Camp Forest, Ga. now giving the proceeds of their Recitals to the Local Chapter of the Red Cross at each point, and our Chapter is fortuuate in getting this booking, as it will be a treat to all music lorers and help They our Red Cross Treasury. We do not wish to call the peo- will likely give this musical at . ple together more often than is the Graded School. absolutely necessary these busy LAME BACK RELIEVED. times, so we make th's public apFor a lame back apply Champeal to the farmers to commence berlain's Liniment twice a day and now planning for larger wheat massage the muscles of the back-ove- r crops, and a special effort to inthe seat of pain thoroughly crease the production, of rye and at each application. Bradley Brown, COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE 1HE BYRNE OPTICAL SERVICE WVTV tS 12 Years in Central Kentucky Eyes Tesf ed $ Glasses Rffed 18 Years Experience. ALL THE LATEST SPECTACLES and STYLES IN J.J. BYBHB Optometrist o o o Optician Mt. Vernon, Ky., JUNE 25th to 29th Office with DR. WALTERS OVER U. G, BAKER'S STORE I employ no A -" " . - j1 fa lJMAM Mt.Vernon Signa Albright has asouined the cou-tio- l rll.MliV STtTth M 0H iliTiMiiirt1" MM MMf"'M'"' ""--- - iM n, ,- - ni. mm, - I and responsibility of lie piug iarminjr on a win tlie war by large sc le Wuat has become of FkidaY. June 21, 1918 our Livingston friend? Gore but not forgot m. Some one suf Putin it d every Friday by eested since it is so fashionable to save and trie fello S. ALBRIGHT. whods EDGAR save becomes so )mpular that he is saving liis time, but judgiuir $I.O from the recent law that applies UBSCKIPTION ONK VKAK to be s and men between the Advertising rates rnaue known on ages 01 six'een and sixty saving time amounts to but little except application lo get a fellow in trouble, and keeping quiet will not save him from lue officers who will be on the constant look out for gentleMHMBHK OF W. J. McQueen, KENTUCKY FRKSS ASSOCIATION men of recently moved to Laurel, who arrived in town Thursday evening and says that he will soon be back home, and we take it that he has sold bis farm in Laurel and comes back with the thought that '"there is no place like home" lei-ur- e. Children Cry for Fletcher's t dJBff TJFTVTLi & W tK,: ' .;?! KB. - . T - V'.- V J . . a ft J IM -- f. :& lrC Z imi Is xBi Sip mQSFt mbL.j3jJ WITH R vSv 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. I 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, aid's the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good '" llPSM? : "WIA 1 jjassra? VV L w mm UN QJ O --- v. I W What is CASTOR A Ebza A. daughter of Sim and Folly Dowell, was born Aug 2nd, 1849 and departed this life, May 4 aged 69. She was 191S united in marriage to S. T. Cummins in i8"2 aud was the dear mother of six children, of whom two preceded her to the great beyond "Aunt Sis ' as she was Watson, at West Point, last Sun familiarly known to all was day week. J. D. Martin was in united in early girlhood with the Louisville a few dasago on busi Church of Christ, of which she Brown & Craig shipped aj ness car of cattle and hugs irotn here remained a member until her Besides her aged husband B B bowling of East death. last week v with his brother, she leaves three sons and a liernstadt. Eld IN. Bowling, here, a few days daughter to mourn the loss of a last week. Mrs. George Delany loving mother. S. L. Cummins, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs G M Johnson. Saturday morn- of Crab Orchard. Kj., W. H. ing, and her iv mains were buried Do well, of Elliston, Ky., Geo. at the Win. Hysinger burying Cummins, of Quail, Ky., and She Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Ottawa Ky. ground Sunciav afternoon. had been in ill health fur several Three of them were by her bedmonths and her death was expected Her husband is confined side when she closed her eyes on P the scenes of earth to open them in the Asylum at Lexington. E Shivel continues to make regu again on the glories of which "I lar trips to Crab Orchard, and the hath not seen" Mother is gone, strange thing about it is that he but not forgotten. Her husband, always goes on Saturday. We can't figure out just whv this is children and grand children whrther he just can't wait until mourn the loss of a good and Sunuav or whether there is less loving wife and mother. suspicion for a fellow to do his An invalid most of her life she cour'ing on a wetk day. Win. looked upon death as a welcome French, who went to Texas in March, returned home a fewdavs release from pain, and said a few ago Mr. French has been in the minutes before she died, that great oil fields along the Texas fc she did not care to die, and was Pacific Kail Road, and says that going home to die no more. everything is on a boom there The funeral occurred WednesMr. and Mrs J.B Frith, of Lebanon Junction, were with his parents, day, May is, at Providence David Gentry officiated. Mr. aud Mrs. J G. Frith and other Rev. The body was lid to rest in the relatives here duriug the week W: C. Hopkins, who recently Providence Cemetery. moved to Harlan, was here a tew days this week. Uncle Dock Dearest mother, thou has left us, Owens, father of Postmaster Here no more we'll sae thy face; Granville Owens, et this place, May we all in Heaven meet you. died at the home of his daughter, When we to, have run our race. Mrs J. S. Cash, at Ottawa, early Sunday morning Burial took In our home a vacant corner. place the following day at Free In its place a vacant chair, dem church cemetery. About Never more can we refill it, three years ago Mr. Owens suf For the one who is not there. fered a stroke of paralysis and his condition had been quite serious Angels beckoned to her, saying since. He was eighty five years Thou shall be forever blest; old at.d had spent all his life near here. He was the father of Dr Well done, guod and faithful servant, Walkeruwens, of Mt.Vernon and our post master Granville Owens, Enter thou into thy rest. J. R West, of Laurel, is speuding seveial days with his daughter, Now she's gone, she can't return, No more of her you'll see, Mrs L. X. Bowling, here. li. H Hicks, who is working for the But it is true that all of you, United Slatts Coal & Coke Co , at Must shortly follow thee. Benham. Harlan couuty, is with home folk this week. Mr. and As we gather around the casket, Mrs Lem Teaters, of Lancaster, And our last sad partings give, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. Soon we hope to meet in heaven, Lokin Hicks. Sut day afternoon And w.'th her forever live. Y iliiamsandL W. Bethurum will address the people When you into ray grave do go here next Tueday evening on War The gbry place to see, Saving. ThtM are able speakers I say to you who stand aud view and will tell you your duty, tell you what the government has a Prepare to follow me. right to expect of you, tell you what the government demands of CATARRHAL DEAFNESS you and will tell ou how ou can CANNOT BE CURED comply with the government's by local applications, as they cun-no- t demauds. On next Friday evenreach the diseased portion of ing. June 2Sth, promptly at two the ear. There is only one way o'clock at the school building a to cure catarrhal deafness, and meeting will be held, and every that is by a constitutional remedy. one given a chance to pledge Catarrhal Deafness is caused by themselves to save and buy War an inffamed condition of the mu Savings Stamps during the re- cous lining of the Eustachian mainder of the year 1918 Notices Tube. When this tube is inflamed have been mailed by the State D- you hav2 a rumbling sound or irector to everybody and whether imperfect hearing, and when is you received your notice or not entirely closed, Deafnesss is it the you are expecied to attend. Those result. Unless the inflamation in charge of the meeting are re can be reduced and this tube re quired to furnish a list of those stored to its normal condition present as well as the amount hearing will be destroyed forever. subscribed or pledged by them, Many casesof deafness are caused a4so the names of those abseut. by catarrh, which is an inflamed EVery business house will be condition of the mucous purfaces. closed that afternoon and every Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru body will be expected to lend all the blood on the mucuous surthe assistance at their command faces of the system. to mabe this day a profitable one. We will give One Hundred DoIn the Twentieth Century a man llars for any case of Catarrhal must either push or be pushed. Deafness that cannot be cured by Dr. W. E. Mc Williams has re- Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circu ceived his commission as First lars free. Ail Druggists, 75c. Lieutenant in the Medical Corps F. J. Chhney & Co., of the Natioual Army, and expects Toledo, O. to he on the battle fields of France in the near future Miss Clyde Watson. Mildred Robins and Austin Durham are with relatives in Garrard and WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Madison this week. Mrs. Mary UED BY TKB. Albright Is farming or having UKITED STATES farming done on a large scale GOVERNMENT this year, in fact she is doine her part of the work and managing the rest of it. Her son, Dick right, is in Ashville, N. Con rUft FLETCHER'S account of his health, and Mrs. . 1 H. Francisco, of LaFollett Tenn.. was with his father, F Fran-iscohere, a tew days last wi'i'k. -- Mieses Klnora Frith and Sum-- ' Hicks are the guests of relatives and friends in Corbin Mr and Mrs. LB Hil this wet-k.- ton and Mrs B E Elder, of Stan ford, were with Mr. and Mrs. J R. J. F. Cass one day last week V;itson visited his son, Everett BRODHEADi J. Obituary Of A Good Woman Gone, But Not forgotten. Paste him in the eye with a War Savings Stamrj ther: pr..tp him ajra:n and again. Don't think that you kave alroly done your duty. Pnkiagi mca "ov.-there" don't go home after their Aral battlt they go ai'ter the Huns again they keep on pasting the Kaiser. Your government has officially set Friday, June liSth as r GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS National War Savings Day On that day every American is asked to "sign the pledge" to invest in a definite amount of War Savings Stamps each month. Every real American will prove ins patriotism by agreeing to regularly paste the Kaiser. W. S. S. cost $4.17 in CzL&0 In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CENTAUR COMRANV. lEW YORK CITY. June 1923 Worth $5.00 on Jan. 1, - Be ready to "sign the pledge" on June 28. Paste the Kaiser With War Savings Stamps. TO PREVENT BELCHING. Make a regular hnbit of eating The activity of the submarine slowly, masticate your food thor along the Atlantic coast has ef- oughly. and you may have no Food Administration W3.S. fi no irsfj mmmmmmmmmmmmwmThis National War Savings Committee Space Patriotically Contributed 6y 1 fected our sugar supply. Mer- further trouble. If you should, take one of chamberlain's Trblets chants may sell only two pounds immediately after supper. to town customeisand five to cus tomers from the county. How-eve- r, twenty five pounds may still be sold ter puttiug up fruit, but mJ IL ! K WL.U .ivm'.x each such purchase must he balanced by a certificate which obli gates the buyer to use it for no other purpose. The Government is ready to buy wool. The following firms are approved wool dealers: D. Davis & Son, Isaac Rosenbaum & Co., flW m "I wouldn't swap my and M. Sabel & Sons, all of Louis G & J Tires for any Hr M tires Why? made. Pi I m ville. The price is based on the because i market of July. 1917. Wool ship THE NAME BEHIND THE TIRE ped to tl ese dealers will be graded under Government inspection, means that I can have and paid for at a price that will be I absolute runIiUence In the ; v .1 Tina. They are the same to all. the product of old experl- enced tire makers who The Government will increase 3 st;ind back of every tire the price on the 1918 crop el wheat '"The tiies ride easily; are puncture; not I you apt toskidding andprotect enough to cover the increase n from I all to my mind are theall in best I freight charges, to take place on I tires to use." many I This is only one of June 24th. I hundreds of users' opinions. All certificates for twenty-fiv- e the I You can have yoursame sat-- J car be isfaction if B pound lots of sugar, sold for putfitted with ting up Iruit, should be sent to me at the close of each week. Patriotic Pledges are coming to me in every mail from the rural sections of the County, almost none have come from the towns. Every extra hour's work, that a man, woman or child can do now that tends to produce or sa e food, helps to win the War. THE NAMEi3 BANK FIRST S TATE KY. LIVINGSTON, NOTICE AN ACT FOR THE IMPROVIDENT OF THE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH. li I i tili ' j G&J it enacted by the General of the Common wealth of Kentucky 1. That it shall be the duty of every owner, controller, and n:anaer of lands bordering and abutting on the public highways Be J: B IE i H National and Local Meat Business The meat business of the country is conducted by various agencies If! for the distance which their said land so abuts aud borders, when so ordered by the Fiscal Court of his county, to cut, clear away, of tiis coramoi' wealth IG&JTIRES remove and carry from along side the public highways, all bushes, weeds, shrubs tmd over hanging limbs of trees and other such obstiuctious along such H. T. Young, Rockcastle County Food Administration. SULD BV BRODBEAD. KY DEBTS COLLECTED JOHN ROBINS Accounts, iote&, Claims of all kinds collecUi.l anywhere in the world. No charges unless we collect. Reference: Farmers National Bank. Write U8. Nay's Collection Agency, Somarset. Ky. jj Office: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. CASTO R Children Cry FLETCHER'S FCR I A $4. to $8, per Day YOU Can MAKE Above WAGES DAILY -- Loading MINED EXPERIENCE NOT MACHINE Coal NECESSARY 9 ws.s. Seam six and a half feet high. AD dean. Good roof no wet places. Good boarding house, reasonable rates. Have a few houses available for men with families. Apply at once, in person, phone or write to WALLINS CREEK COLLIERIES COMPANY Wallins Creek, - Kentucky R. B. Children Crv all highways and to keep hedge fences along such highway so trimmed and cut back, that same, at no time will become more than rive feet high The brush, bushes,' weeds, 2. overhauging limbs of trees, and all other obstructions along the highways of the several counties of this commonwealth are to be removed theretrom between the 20th 1st day of July aud the day of August of every year, and it shall be the duty of the county road engineer of the several counties of this commonwealth to publish in some county paper of the county in which they act for at least two consecutive weeks before the 1st day f of July of every year and to give notice by handbills posted in not less than two conspicuous places in each voting precinct of their counties outside of the incorporated towns, the requirements of this act and the duties incumbent on such persons as own, control and manage land bordering and abutting on the pub. lie highways. 3. Every person who violates the provisions of this act by failure to perfo m the duties as herein required shall on con vie tion be tined in a sum of not less thantwenty dollars nor more fifty dollars. And the than county road engineer shall on conviction be fined in the sum of dollars not less than twenty-fivnor more than one hundred dollars for his failure to publish the notices as herein required. The costs of publication of 4. the notices herein required are to be paid by the Fisc al Court of the county in which the notices were published and posted. All laws or parts of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. Ordered and approved by the Fiscal Court. Cam Mullins J. R C. C. Guy Roberts J. P. e By small slaughter-house- s in villages By local Abattoirs or small Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of the local live stock supply and Furnishing only a part of the local demand for meat. These slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a well denned but necessarily restricted place in the distribution of the products of live stock. But only packers like Swift & Company, organized on a national scale, are able to undertake the service that is more vitally important, involving An Obligation to the Producer To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send to market for slaughter. An Obligation to the Consumer To make available to every consumer, everywhere, in season and out, the full supply and variety of meat products, of the highest standard that the market affords. Year Book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinc: Swift & Company, U.S. A SRANVILL5 OWENS Undertaker BR.9SAD COMPLETE LINEOF Coffins, Caskets & Robed JSASTORIA WINltLER. (ien. Supt. W. D. Abney J. P. W. D. Mullins J. P. Freeman Ketron J. P. Mail, Telegraph or Tele hone Orders Promptly tmre Filled i iar h,iiiimiii jwr-r-rrr- f ' r ' Tl ' ' -i- ...-. .. .. y ...WAV, II W i. 4S4ty&lHJjUt!Mtj -- t f4&T- i'i s $ - Mt. Vernon Signal uIohnu!m,l11.9on Mt. Vernon Kv, June -- offM: aml 21, 1918 ' ?r cm up"No.7" with SIGNAL w"7C set, left Wednesday for France. Their son Cecil, is stationed in New York and the youngest son James, is at Camp Shelby. Out of four sons, three are in the The new automobile law which became effective yesterday is one TIME TABLE. of the best laws passed by the 6.57 p m 2 nortn last legislature. It cuts out glar 3:4; a m 24 nortn ing headlights and the abomina n:5s a m 23 south ble muffler cut out. The synop12:13 a m 21 South sis of the law is as follows: Jas. Landrum, Agent. State Headlight and Muffler LOCAL George Payne: Phons No. 8. "With Payne, formerly of the Cutout Law becomes effective Hart, Schafl'ner & Marx suits ulrred at tlir Mt Vernon, Ky. PosU,lic White Sox, on the mound, and June 20, 1918. mail matter. for young men at Fish's. as Don t drive with glaring headStoudt, who once caught Math- A daughter of Joe Lamb died lights in town or country. jewson, behind tne oat, tne PERSOAL at Livingston Wednesday. iUnit, M. T. R. S., defeated the Don't drive with muffler cutMrs Josh Parrett died at her Engineers 3 to 1. Payne held out any time or anywhere. W. H. Lewis is here from hon:e near Cove Wednesday. Don't leave your car standing the Engineers to one hit. SerLatonia today. of tbe without required lights, both Mr. and Mrs. John C. Taylor geant Revells, managers Miss Graft- - Taylor has been winning team, has some open front and rear. v-rsick the pa-- t week. are rejoicing over the arrival of Sunday dates an I would like to unless Don't use spot-ligwas with home a line girl baby. Julian Maler upon road in front of car hear from other managers. He folk Sunday Ear a IV w hours. If you have not received vour can be reached by A. P. O. 7OH." not more than 30 feet. Dvugiii Bow 11 an and M llburn notice to be at your school house Mr. jBurton Owens, better Obey the law. Better be safe . Mil'iei are at woikiu Lovis me. on yuue 28tb at known as "Uncle Dock," died at than sorry. Mrs. Guard Hansel has been postmaster about it. an early hour Sunday morning We trust that our officers will Vry sick this week. She is The Rockcastle County teach- at the home of his daughter, Mrs. see to to it that this law is rigsome better today. ers institute will be held the Joe Cash, of the Ottawa neigh- idly enforced. The glaring headW. G. McBee 'spett the second week in July. Mrs. Prof. Ire borhood. He was 85 years of age lights make it dangerous to try Mrs. land will again be the instructor. wtek with her mother, and had been in feeble health to pass and the obnoxious cutout bwrthard at Stanford. Mrs. James Rickels was called for a long time, having suffered is an unnecessary nuissance. Julia Fish writes that to May wood last week to attend a stroke of paralysis two years Miss Don't overlook the the head she will finih her business the funeral and burial of her ago from which he never fully and tail lights of vour car, the course in two to four weeks. father, Mr. James Boone. The recovered. He bad lived all his law makes this of equal imporWilliams, of Win burial took place in tbe Crab life near where he died, and was tance and especially so when Columbus a highly 'respected citizen. He left standing on the street. Ford chaster, is with his sister, Orchard cemetery. C. Jonts near Level Green was a member of the Baptist owners must use their oil lamps A small child of Mr. and Mrs. E C. Hewett, District Man Elmer Cummins, of Louisville, church. He was buried Monday front and rear and other cara ager Bryant & Stratton Busi- died at their home and was buried evening in the Freedom ceme- must keep their lamps burning. ness College, was in town Thurs- at Providence, this county, last tery beside his wife, who died Bad connection or worn out bat3o years ago. He raised tery is no excuse. This law will day. week. Mrs. Cummins has been about family, six of whom are be observed and enforced in FlzaLangford.who is suffering with her sister, Mrs Alex Proc- a large living: Dr. Walker Owens, of Mt. every nplace of any consequence In 111 tuberculosis, is reported tor a few days this week. Vernon, Post Master Granville and there is no reason or exorv low at his home at Pine The War Savings meeting to Owens, of Brodhead, W. H. cuse why it should not be as Hill held at the Owens School House Owens, merchant, Willailla, Wal- rigidly looked after in the smallMr. and Mrs. R. B. Mullins in District No. 61 on June 28th, ter Owens, Cedarville, Mrs. Joe er towns. and on, Benjamin, were with Mr 2 p. m.. will be held at the resiCash. Ottawa and Mrs. I. N. Gra and J Mrs. Rome ndains during dence of Gene Brown in this same ATTENTION FARMERS. beal, of Pittsburg. tin' week. on account of there .bedistrict, Those farmers who have sheep The brass band and orchestra Mis- - Isabella Ping of the Wal ing no school house ready to use. should take notice that the U. S. of the Widows and Orphans Odd was the guest nut ;re"' Government is buying the wool Miss Martha Rickels, who left Fellows Home of Lexington, Ky., .. Miss Mabel Cummins auring of this nation and hae a plan here a year ago and went to Cin- consisting of 32 orphan children, the week. which will enable the farmer to cinnati to accept a position, is at 18 boys and 14 girls, will be the Prof C. A. Keith, of Richmond home with her parents, Mr. and get every cent that it is worth. gave a very interesting War Sav Mrs. James Rickels. She has a 'guests of Crab Orchard Lodge The licened wool buyer is almg talk at the court house here-las-t position as telephone operator in No. 108 I O. O. F. on Tuesday lowed i cts per lb for buying July 2nd and will give a musical Saturday. wool for the Government. His Cincinnati. She makes her home entertainment that night at the license compels him to keep Mrs. M.P. Fenzel left last Sun with her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Joplin. Baptist Church in Crab Orchard. and to handle Av for a two weeks visit with A verdict of $5,000 damages The small sum et 15 and 25 cts proper records wool, he must comply with the relatives in Jeffersonville and awarded Mrs. Frank Mullins in will be charged at the door to de and Louisville. the Rockcastle Circuit Court fray their traveling expenses. law or instructions. Mr. Marshal Owens, of Maret-ouig- , against the Louisville & Nashville Everybody invited. Odd Fellows The grower of wool should who has been an invalid for the death of her husband, a and their families from all neigh- ship his wool to the nearest lifar several years, has been very signal man, who was killed by a boring lodges are especially ex- censed wool buyer and instruct hick for' the past few days. train, was affirmed by the Court pected to be present and give him to pay for the wool in accorCashier Floyd Miller, of the of Appeals in an opinion by Com- succor and encouragement to dance with the Government plan. ooples Bank was in Louisville missioner Clay. these little orphans of their dead The buyer's duty is to grade the of the wool properly and remit the shipTuesday attending meeting The display of soldiers and brothers. per 3- -4 of the value. Later Kentucky Bankers Association. R. H. Braunaugh sailers pictures at Fish's is get when the U. S. takes over and M. M. Perkins Kuthella and Doiis Henderson, ting more interesting every day. grades the wool, the final settleDr. M. M. Phillips. who were in Langdon Memorial The latest addition is a fine picCommittee on Arrangements. ment will be made. Under this school last year, will leave in ture of the sixty five boys who arrangement good wool will about three weeks for their home went to Camp Taylor May 28th The Mt. Vernon and Brodhead bring the farmer net about 7g cts iu Arizona. If you have a picture of vour fairs have been called off for per lb. We should get our wool Mrs. Frrd Mjers, is reported boy or any other Rockcastle boy, on account of the war. together here in Rockcastle very low. Her mother, Mrs. bring it in and it will be shown. 1918 This does not say that tbe fairs County and ask for a government took their month old Sowder, Dr. Cherry, of Bowling Green, are dead, by any means. If there inspector to come and take it baby, as the mother is too sick to and JSergt. Hudgins of the Ca- was any good reason for calling over and not ship our wool to keep it at home. nadian Army will be the speakers off the fairs, we have not heard other wool buyers to speculate R. L. Langford who under- for the Fourth of July. Come to of it, as the fairs are supposed upon. went an operation of having bis Mt. Vernon on the Fourth and to stimulate agricultural and There has been a card mailed tonsils removed, and who was celebrate the day on which the stock raising interests, the very thing the government wants to every man and woman voter a few is days, very sick for Declaration of Independence was now, to help win the war, but it and taxpayer in Rockcastle Counnow getting along nicely. made and also make it a day of has been done and it is up to Prof. Ditcidue brought his prayer and praise for our boys every one to accept it as being ty. Some of these may have right during these war times. been sent to wrong addresses and band out for a short open air who are now in the trenches. The directors of both Cfairs care- all postmasters in the county are concert Tuesday evening. The There will be a debate Sun- fully considered the question and requested to see these cards are boys have only been practicing a evening at the Christian to show to the people that they forwarded to the proper address few months and they cartainly day possessed the right kuid of church, which will constitute spirit and as some thought woulda Kindly see that this is done, and do fine. the program ter the Senior En- possibly be a little unpatriotic to oblige, W. H. Fish, County Homer Proctor left Wedneshold a fair, both organizations Chairman War Saving Committee deavors. The subject will be: day morning and Alfred Wood Resolved that women do more simply called off for this year, London is to have a fair Aug. yesterday morning for the Great for the church than men. The but remember if conditions are different there will be a fair as 27 to 3 J. which will be the only Lakes Naval Training school will be Misses Ruth usual in both towns in fair in Eastern Kentucky. Walter Bauuh ioined them in debaters 1919. Mullins and Onie Silvers, Rev. Louisville. H. T. Young and Chas. C. Davis. Miss Flora Pennirsrton, who How much it would help the took Miss Emma Taylor's place if the weeds were cut in the post office, is proving her appeatence along some of our streets. Just self a most competent employee a look out West Main. Ye of Uncle Sam Miss Taylor ex- take editor is right in the bunch and pects to teach this fall. we suggest that if the weeds and Kodak films developed free I only lit. and Mrs. Russell Proctor the rubbish etc, from railroad to last week with his parents, Ab Sparks' corner on both sides spent charge you for each print ftQd Mrs. J. T. Proctor is not cleaned that the city dads Marshal Russel has a good job with the L. had better sendwarning Debord orders. Drder your out with a few done by an expert & N. l Winchester and is one films from us pay postage of the companies most efficient EASY STREET DESERTED. The once popular thoroughfare men. Mail us your films Tbe trial of Tom Johnson for is no longer considered a proper place of residence for Patriotic the murder of Walter Rice, is on at Paris thu week. Judge L. W. citizens. Millions have been orBetburuiii is assisting in the dered to take up their abode on Bethurum "EfiFICIENCY AVENUE." The Druggist prosecution. Judge telephoned ynterday afternoon Byrne Optical Service, always of the times in accuracy KY. that tbe jury returned a death abreast efficiency. and verdict. kOUISVILLC 4 NASHVH.Lt R R CO service. Mrs. J T. Meadows and child-reand Mrs. Georgia McClure. et Livingston, are visiting relatives and friends in Crab Orchard and Lancaster. Mr Meadows and Wheeler Meadows, of Leb- anon Junction will join them and they will motor to High Bridge and other points of interest be- fore returning home. n, PROMINENT LANCASTER LAWYER Testifies to the merits of The Byrne Optical Service. "Dr. J. J. Byrne has been com. ing to Lancaster for a number of years. His work has proven sat isfactory. I wear glasses which he fitted, and they are as re pre Lt-wi- s L. Walker. seuted. Lancaster, Ky., June 12, 1918. Dr. J. J.Byrne, Optometrist and MOTORISTS TAKE NOTICE. LOVE YOUR MOTHER-iN-LANo man can be polite to his wife's relatives when his him. Wear BYRNE'S and you will soon love GLASSES your mother-in-law- . Dr. J. J. Byrne, Optometrist and Optician At Dr Walters' office, Mt. Vernon. June 25th to 20th eye--trouble -. rC- Z'igjtt'. Optician, will be in Mt. Vernon, Ky., June 25th to 29th. Office with Dr. Walters, over U. G. Baker's store. The following clipping is from a Paris, France paper and the Payne spoken of is our own What Will Be Your Answer? Many American ships with many American lives are at the bottom of the Atlantic, v:eti- :s f the German lust for blood. Our boys are going "over there," through a sea of hostile submarines, to fight that you and I at home may be safe. But we can do something. Germany said to us, "You cannot cross the ocean with your men! You cannot fight us, because you cannot reach us!" What shall cur answer be on June 28? - I oecond-ciaB- b y ht di-iect- June 28th National Var Savings Day other an answer so clear, so strong and so true that it may have a far greater effect than any of us can laaarlne. on Germany's furore policy. Let this be onr answer let every man, woman and cafld in tbla great land of ours pledge himself to buy as many War Savings Stamps as he or she can possibly afford. Let's show German autocracy that Instead of M mnrj man, woman and efalM Join In an answer tfcat ch to beard from one end of Germany to the undermin'ng our morale, sinking our .ships and killing our men only stirs us to action. If every Amer! an buys one War Savings Stamp i June 28th it will a4i Vlo million iaflaia to our war fund But that is not enough. We ssssM pJadffi the ttsaci that. Our quota for the nation is two I.iiiion .lollars t be raised tlffough the sale of War Bavlagi Scaassa this year. Let's strike another tofllag blow to tbe Kaw.-- sa June 25th by taking up every dollar of that two blliioua r fw 5 I Tsssay r5 National War Savings Committee This spao contributed to the V Mrs-Henr- inning of the War by THE CASH STORE TELEPHONE 27 1 SPECIAL ANN I The people of this county are expected to subscribe for and purchase during J918 WAR SAVINGS STAMPS to the maturity value of $3 1 9, 440. In order to distribute this allotment of War Savings Stamps equitably among the various parts of the county, a quota has been assigned for each school district, which will be stated at the opening of the meeting in each school house on June 28th. These meetings will be held in every school house in Rockcastle county, except the meeting in the Owens District No. 61 which will be held at the residence of Gene Brown on account of their being no school house ready to use. In order to raise the total amount from this county, it will be necessary that each school district subscribe the amount alloted to it. This will not impose any burden on any person in the district if each person does his or her duty, and the persons conducting the meetings in each school district have been instructed to insist upon the total amount allotted to it being subscribed before the meetings are adjourned. MM W. H. FISH War Savings Cnairman for Rockcastle County. Appointed by State War Savings Director James B. Brown under the authority of the Secretary of the United States Treasury. For Sale: As I am building on another Jplace I want to sell my two acre lot at Burr. House of three rooms, also an empty store room, mill shed, shop room and orchard. Will sell on terms to suit. It is a good location for a store. STOCK HOGS Free Free Your free Thho Pigg. jr. f Work We house and lot on Lovell's Lane and two town lots in Bethurum & Lewis addition, for sale or trade to farm property. For narticulars see Jonas McKenzie or write me at Twila, Ky. Jok B. MCKENZIE. June 2l 3t. Wanted: Clean rags. Will pay 5 cts per pound delivered at Bryant Bros garage. T. C. O'Mara. For Sale or Trade: My Wanted Now RAISED BY PRESENT OWNER Good Thrifty Ones 100 to 125 pounds Drop Postal To Word At Signal O&ce, J. P. KELSAY, Your SOMERSET, CASTOR Always bears tbe Signature of I A I For Infants and Children HENRY LLOYD LANCASTER, KY. Or Leave In Use For Over 30 Years 6&9& fc AMMittajfiM -- M COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT iCOUKT. Missouri Ramsey, Admrx., of Plaintiff, S. B. Ramsey, dee'd, VS .... WS.S. Defendant. W. C. Kirbv. AND: NOTICE OF COM- : In YOUR Pocket ? tm tnj MISSIONER'S SALE. Bank of Mt Vernon, Missouri Plaintiff, Defendant vs. Ramsey. Admrx. &c, You thank your stars that the war IS "over there" and not here at your doorstep. And you feel grateful to the boys in khaki who are keeping it and winning, it "over there Turn Your Gratitude Into War Savings Stamps. The spare dollars that you invest in War Savings Stamps help Uncle Sam to clothe, to feed and to arm those boys in khaki. By virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term. 191 8, thereof, in the above styled cause, the undersigned will on MONDAY, JUNE ..I( tttMtMMMMMMMMMfttMMIIMt( , ........... - Food will Win theflf DON'T WASTE IT F e TO 1 a RAISE IT O 1r m IJ " .. Be a Producer As Well as Consumer i3 nil e e RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN ami VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH PEOPLES BANK between the hours of i o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the couit house in 24, 1918, Mt. Vernon, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest Pal it Money in the puekfli bnraa, SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. in the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a rhtrlrif account with us. 4 Voni cancelled checks returned will show where your money has one. and tliev will sur ynu on to save for the better things of life. - t June 28th National War Savings Day This month you pay $4.17 for a War Savings Stamp for which the Government will pay you $5.00 in January, 1923. This is equivalent to 4 interest compounded quarterly. Get a W. S. S. pasted on a War Savings Certificate TODAY at any Post' office, bank, drug, cigar or department store, or any other place showing the W. S. S. agency sign. and best bidder, the following described property; or as much thereof as is necessary to produce the sums of $72.15, $229.00, $49.00 and 18. 11, with interest from May n, 1918, also $72.31 with 6 per cent, interest from Aug. lo, i916 and $78.50 with like interest from the 4th day of Sept., 1916, until paid, subject to a credit of $8.00 paid Oct. 2. 19I6, and the cost of this action: One house and lot located in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky. and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake in a line between S. B. Ramsay and J. W. Parsons; thence with the Mt. Vernon-Cra- b Orchard public road 200 ft.: thence south oo ft. to a line of R. B. Mullins; thence east 208 ft. to a line of J . W. Par. sons; thence with Parsons' line to place of beginning. Sale to be made on a credit of months; purchaser will be to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a lien reserved on said property until all the purchase money is paid. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. 6 re-quir- ed m IMH .. ........................ ......'. a4icftcia.ftaiBBttaaaaBA4laft ...... J. .......... ............. llllillliffllllHffilfifiifflfflllltitiMlMMitii ...a........ . . , WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK MT.VERNON, KV. . - in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, proceed to expose to public sale, to National War Savings Committee 77ii' t. at contributed to thm Winning ! the War by' JOHN ROBI NS Brodhead, Kv. Many Are Lending Their Lives What Arel&tf Lending? Thousands of our boys are going down into the trenches determined, splendid young men today clean-facegoing there to battle for you. You can at least go down in your pockets for them? Think it over be ready on d, COMMISSIONERS SALE. CIRCUIT ROCKCASTLE COURT. Plaintifls, J. H. Lambert, &c , VS: NOTICE of COM MISSIONER'S SALE. John Owens, &c, By virture of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the May Term, 1918, thereof , in the above styled cause, the undersigned will on MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918, between the hours of 1 o'clock and 4 o clock p. m., at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest ?nd best bidder, the follow ing described property: of land located in A tract Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded and described as follows: June 28th National War Savings Day Hiere's an army. Yes, a dozen armies of stalwart, young men standing between you and the grizzly Hun. These young fellows are giving their ease, their comfort, their friends and homes, their bodies, the hope of life giving for you for you. You can at least lend your money for them? Prove your patriotism with dollars. wind-bronz- ed eWS.& u!X arafM National War Savings Committee This space contributed for the Winning of the War by THE BANK OF MT. VERNON . 4 .ttx 1 --t r THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM Dr. M.K.Pennington DENTIST WILL BE AT j 8 BROD Monday, June 24 FOR ONE WEEK Office with Dr. Carter All Work Guaranteed HEAD KSZTENT ? I iXHTXJL I I DgSHH Subscribe for the SIGNAL, $1.00 per year.. than wfrrh the p: HOME WHEN MOST NEEDED. People are often very much disappointed to find that their family physician is away from home when they most need his services. Diseases like pain in the stomach and bowels, colic and diarrhoea require prompt treatment, and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a physician summoned. The right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarahoea Remedy. No COMMISSIONER'S SALE physician can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases. By ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT having it in the bouse you escape COURT. much pain and suffering and all Plaintiffs, risk. Buy it now; it may save life. I L. Martin, tec. vs : NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS SALE. House and Lot for rale on Preston Martin, &c, Defendants. West Main Street. M. and Mrs Jamrs McCall By virture of a judgment and Order of sale of the Rockcastle Cfiry Circuit Conrt, rendered at the Finwcirs May Term, 1918, thereof, in the above styled cause, the undersigned will on MONDAY, JUNE 24, i9i8, between the 'hours of One soldier letter is more 1 o'clock and 4 o'clock p. m , at door et the court house the front Beginning at a pine, chestnut oak, pointers on top of a ridge; thence with fence at Scroggins' line westward to the corner of a d wire fence, at a white oak with said wire fence to tirst branch to a stake; thence eastward to a white oak at the end of a wire fence, new coiner in Lydia A. Owens' survey;thence northeastwardly with new division line between said Lydia A Owens and John Owens to the beginning, containing by esti mate 50 acres, more ur less. Sale to be made on a credit of 6 months; purchaser will be re quired to Igive bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect of a judgment, bearing legal interest from date of sale, with a lien reserved on said land until all the purchase money is paid. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner. Rockcastle Circuit Court. south-westwar- the highest and best bidder, the following described property: Two tracts of land located on the head of Little Clear Creek, in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Tract 1. Beginning at a stone at county road: thence N 82 W 72 poles to a beech on east oank of branch; thence N 18 V? E 36 poles to a stone, with willow pointers; thence N 2 E 16 pole sto a beech, with beech E 46 pointers; thence N 20 poles to a beech near a branch; thence N 4 W 16 poles to 5 maples; thence N 38 W 32 poles to a stone in the old Shelton W 98 poles line; thence N 86 white oak, now to a lynn and gone; thence N 7 W 1 poles to a walnut and sugar tree near center of hollow and near branch and on the south side with hickory pointer, about 1 pole from corner on west side; thence N 83 W 102 poles to a white oak, aug ar tree and hickory; thence S 3 W 1 57 poles to three beeches close to and on the north side of branch; thence S 62 E 10 poles to a beech, now a stone corner, in j. w. roaa s line; 1 poles E thence N to a small beech and stone on the west side of a small branch; thence S 84 i 156 poles to stone large beech; I pole south of a thence S 532 E 22 poles to a small hickory and with ehestnui and sour wood pointers; thence S 59 E 76 poles to county road to corner of 1. M. Todd's, J. F Sims and J. J. Martin, with chestnut oak pointer; thence with J. J. Martin's line 54 poles to the beginning, containing 210 acres, excluding iO acres sold J. L. Mar tin on east side. Tract 2. Beginning at a stake in the Mt. Vernon and Conway road; thence N 21 W 33 poles to a beech; thence N 18 E 2 poles to a walnut tree; thence down the branch with its meanders, N 4 E II poles to a stump, with small beech pointer; thecce N 64 W 19 poles to an ash; thence N 4o W 6 poles to a buckeye; thence N 33 W 17 poles to a buckeye; thence N. 23 W 18 poles to a stake, with beech pointer; thence N 12 W 42 poles to a stone; thence ffl 78 W 44 poles to a sycamore in the old outside line; thence N 42 E Yz poles to a small spotted oak on hillside; thence N 40 E 24 poles to a small black oak and white oak pointer on hillside; thence S 38 E 124 poles to a stone in fence; thence S 26; E 34 poles to a sone at the road thence with the road S 68 W 52 poles to the beginning containing 40 acres, more or less. Said tracts will be sold seper-atel- y and together and the sale bringing the most money will be accepted. Sale to be made on a credit of 6 months; purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security ter the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and effect et a judginterest ment, bearing legal from date of sale, with a lien reserved on said property until all the purchase money Is paid. G. S. Griffin, C. R. O. C. V 4-41-4-2,-- IF AT ANY TIME VOl' SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, - Engine Oil or Steam; Boggy, Trock, Binder, Silo or Cutter, Harare Spreader, Linn- Spreader, Hay Bailer. Fertilizer. Pipeless Furnace: Hack, Tractor, p I will guarantee delivery within one dav. them in stock ami can t'urnih you with repair- - at once for anything 1 ell you. K-e- CALL ME KV.. OB SEE E. S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. AT LONDON. Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and All T C. MOREN Kinds of Farm Implements. LONDON, KY. 16-d- -io and 4 o'clock p. ni. at the front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., proceed to expose to public sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following described land. Three tracts situated in Rockcastle County, Ky., on Dick's River, tear Hiatt, and bounded as foe OW : Situated on the south side o Albright St. with a frontage of extending back et 50 ft. and equal width 200 ft. to an alley and more fuhy described as Lot No. 6, Block D. on the plat of Henry's Addition to Brodhead. Said tract of land will be sold seperately and together, and the sale bringing the will be accepted. most money V Children rR STOBIA COMMISSIONER'S SALE. G1RCUIT ROCKCASTLE i.ti .!fence; thence N -2 E 37 poles feet of a judgment, bearing legal inter-tCOURT. from date of sale until paid, with a stake by a red elm; thence N Plaintiffs, Rebecca Leece, &c, on said property, 2- -4 and 6 links to a 1Un reserv E 44 poles S The amountof plaintiff's judgmeatand vs : NOTICE OP COMMIS- post at the bend Of the fence; fs,llow" cost' Hi 44i poles to a stone, terest 1?aa the 29th d ofwith legal in-SIONER'S SALE. from March Defendants. third corner to the dower tract until paid, subject to a credit of $57 67 Oscar Leece, &c, and tract 1; thence with the line! P8'1 Feb 7. 1814, and the further sum " and of . dower tract S v , E 66 poles, dav et; "in lei?al interest from tbe29ih By virture of a judgment March, 1912. until paid, aud of sale of the Rockcastle and 17 links u ine oeginning, $64.70 court's cost. order rods, G. S. Griffiw, Circuit Court, rendered at the containing 42 acres and 135 Master Com., R. C. C. more or less. May Term, thereof, in the above A so one town lot located in styled cause, the undersigned CiflA n? . VAlA41Atr will on Monday, June 24, I918 Brodheau, Ky., and bounded and run riSll-nctbetween the hours of 1 o'clock described as follows: ; Defendants. J O.K. Taylor. liv virtue of a juilmeiit and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the May Tract 2. Beginning at a post of, intheabeve styled Term. 1918, then cause, the underat the angle of the fen e, the signed will, on Tuesday, June 25, lilS, et the original beginning corner S 47 W 88 poles between the hours of 10 o'cloai a. m. survey; thence and 4 to a post; thence N 45 W 56 pwbliao'clockto p.m., pnceed sale the khest bidder, or so poles and 7 links to a post, corner much thereof as may le necessary fur of tract 3; thence N 35 E 2S poles the purpose of satisfying plaintiff's and o litiKS to a poplat; thence N debt, interest ami cost, the following 20 Vi E 39 poles to a stone; thence personal prouerty: to a WWt N 4 3- -4 E 18 poles One boiler ami Id or 1$ gum second corner to the Rebec horse power, et James I.etlec Company-make-, N ca Leece dower tra:t; thence and all attachments belonging 78 u2 W 27 poles and 19 links to a thereto, with one MM rfcj or pony , sto e the beginning corner of ihe including one inserted tooth 50 in, rif saw E 78 dower tract; thence S 37 and two solid tooth 4S and 50 in. saws, poles and 12 lirjks to the begin- together with all belting and tools, inning containing 45 acres, more or cluding one f saw outfit. This Der- less. jsonal property is known as the Henry Tract 3. Beginning at a sweet wnuaner macnuuiy and is the same gum, second corner to the dower sold by him to the defendants. and corner to tract 2; thence with Said sale will be made where the said line of tract 2 S 4 3- -4 W 18 poles pe:sonal property fs now located, on the to a stone; thence S 20 W 39 H.M. hitaker farm, located in Pulaski poles to a popiar; lueuce o 33 w county, Kentucky, and about one mil-2poles and 6 links to a post, from the Yaho postoffice. thirg corner tO tract 2; thence S Said sale to be made on a credit of 15 W 272 poles to a large white three months. The purchaser will thence N 13 - W 54 Doles and rH".red to fire bond, with approvt--- Beginning at a chestnut, a corner of James Lucas and Martha. Adam: ulsn a corner to the Rebecca Leece dower tract; E 20 poles and I thence N XJ to a stake: thence North 47 links poles and 1 links to a stone: thence S 40 E 15 poles and 12 links to a stone; tnene S VJ l 13 poles and 13 links to a stake; thence S 37 E 105 poles and 10 liuks 10 a stone; thence S 37 E 21 poles and 2o links to a stone, Capps corner; thence S 53 W 39 poles and 9 links to a stone, corner to the dower tract; thence with the line of the dower tract N -- 2 W 4o poles and 7 links to a stone, with two chestnuts, sweet gum and double sourwood point ers; thence N 54 W 76 poles to the beginning, containing 33 acres, more or less. Tract t. i 1 w,th approved security for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and elTect of a judgment, bearing legal uiUrest from date of sale, with a lien reserved on said property until all the purchase money is paid. G. S. Griffin, C. R. C. C. Said sale to be made on a of six Pu cre,di' wlU be rt'luired ,ve " T? " commission II. .1 nra iaul Plaintiff, s ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COUKT. M. VVhitakkk : vs. Nutire of Coiniiussioiifi-'H. Taylor, l Saie. toepo.to de-erib- alut cut-of- VV en. 1- E.$,a?r1&yre. : o ounaTQu Ury T