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LIVINGSTON'S L18T OF CONTRIBUTORS. Reported by J". P. E. Drum-mon- READ THIS LARD, perlb. LARDJj 85c buckets SUGAR, per lb. . D. Ponder' 5.00; W. H. 10.00; John N. Clark 5.00; D. R. Argenbright 5.00; Mrs. R. L. Warren 5.00; Lee Webb 5.00; Leo Reynolds 5.00; W. T. Amyx 5.00; J. F. Dees io.co; G.L. Black 5.00; Arthur Hornsby 5.00; John Ball 5 00; M. Summers 5.00; W. R Clark l.oo; Leroy Uox 2 00; W. A. Rambo 1.00; M. D. Lomas-te- r lo.oo; R. E. Quinn 1.00; G. I. Jones lo.oo; Clarence Howard 1 00; Mrs. W. G. Mceley 10.00; Nute Hodge l.oo; J.. L. Pickett 5.00; J. Leslie Rambo 50 cts; I. B. Hayes lo.oo; W. M. Sams 1.00; J. F. Jennings 1.00; J. B. Donnelly Cot-tengi- 0. . . 25c 75c 9c 10c 15c 1 5c 15c 15c . ROLLED OATS, per lb. Best Canned PEAS, per can TOMATOES, per can KARO WHITE SYRUP, per gal. 75c . . . APRICOTS, per can PEARS, per can . ., . BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY Come to our store and save money. You are as welcome as an ice wagon would be in Hades. lo M. 00; Mrs. A. S. Ward 1.00; 2.50; J. Anderson Mrs. John Ball 5.00; S. E. Carter 5 oo; Mrs. Clancy Grace 1.00; Mrs. J. N. Clark 5.00; Hugh N. Clark 5.00; James Sambrook 1 00; Joseph -- Sainbrook l.oo; James. F. Jones Suttlps 1.00: A. G. - fly 7.0,1 We.s-Jit .rt wk Bowling 1 00; Mr. and Mrs. H. b JNiceley 5.00; D. U. lJonaer 2.00; L. H. Davis 25.00; Mrs. R. G Webb lo.oo; J. A. (Roberts 10.00; J.P.E. Drummond and wife 25.00; W. E. Griffith 1.00; Mrs. Win. : Fallas 5.00; Wm. Fallas 5.00; Joe btanley l.oo; Mrs. Dees 1.00; Miss Annie Parson 1,00; R. L. Payne 2.00; Isaac Carpenter 1.00; George Griffin l.oo; Rj G. Moore 00; Fie Oliver i.oofJjMrs. Zora Graves 1 00 good and in matting good we will mother; others with arms and Reported by 0. C cPherson: Another . Letter learn the greatest lesson any na- legs gone, and all kinds of L. H. Davis 25 00; jOWon Pon tion over learned, i had an op- wounds mid still others who had dor 5 00; R. Mason r;p5b; E. O Ed Gentry portunity a short time ago to come through without a scratch. Asher I5.00; J. C.Ashwlo.oo; C jSoinowlicre ii Franco. , visit theGenoral Headquarters Then thero were mothers and McMartin 10 oofrAgUyfcjsias "June lo, 1918. of the Amsrican Expeditionary wives there to receive tho Cross tor 5 00; Mrs. Susie WMllins 500; Mr. E. S. Albright, forco, aud was lucky enough to in honor of sons and husbands W. M. Hicks 5 00; Vfc H. Pon Mt. Vernon, Ky. get a glimpse of General Pershing who had died bravely in the con- tier 5 00; Tlios. c. VV'lcn 50.00; Dear Kdjjar: as he passed into the buiidiuj:. flict of valor, hut tho French go- Mrs. Sallie B. Blanljord 50 00; I think of you aud all the As I noted the square well sot vernment also gives to the near-les- t Mrs. D. H. Owens 00; Alfred eople at home so often that I shoulders, firm step and tho derelative of all soldiers hilled Mooro 4 cts; W. Asher1 1.00; Dr. naturally fall to writing. termined, aggressive features of in battle, a cortiiicate of recogni R G. .Webb lo 00; C. C. Mc- to bo strictly military, I tho Cominandor-ichief of tho tion of the service rendered, and Pherson lo.oo; Lewii Hollard' should say "Fall in" to writing. A E 1, I had an inward feel- tliis to mo was tho most touch- 1.00; Saniford A. Roberts lo.oo; My rule is to write- ovoryoody ing that if our couutry will back ing part of tho ceremony. Tho A. C. Carpenter 5 00; J. S. Burwho writes me, but will maice this man to tho limit, ho will giving of the Croix do Guerre, rows Mullins 25.00; Chus. M. ono exception in jour oaso. I mako the Kaiser ruo tho day is shrouded with something of a 5.00; A. P. Lemaster 5.00. have been on my now job at this when he provoked the United halo of glory, which takes away Reported by Dr. R. G.Webb: point for more than a month and States iuto this war. tho sting, but when that loug Mrs. Asher 1.00; Joe Jackson in France more than two montha. 1 had to work on Decoration procession of innocent women 5.00; David Smith l.oo; Thos. I can hardly believe it. I thought, day aud did not get to attend aud children begin to pass, re- Argenbright 2.50; Mrs. Liza Arwhen I saw tho now censoaship tho ceremony held over the ceiving tho simple little memen- genbright 2.50; Mrs. Geo Smith rule a few days ago thut I would graves or some of our dead, but to of their loved ones who had 5.00; H. O. Houston 5.00. where I atu but took the opportunity of visiting died for them, I coniess I have be able to tell Reported by C. McMartin: find that I cannot. However, I them tho next day. I wish every had but few things in life to so Horace Prows 1.00; Jackson B. am glad that under it thousands lather and mother, who have touch me. Gray hairod fathers, Jones l.oo; Henry Mahaffoy l.oo; of the boys in tho base and in- boys over here could see those bent with age; broken hearted C. A. Blanford 5.00; N. H. Oliver termediate tamps will be allowed graves. All French cemeteries mothers, crushed by the giving l.oo; D. B. Rambo 1 00; David S. to let their people know whero nre beautiful, and in the lovlicst of perhaps two or three sons to Smith l.oo. they are located, hut as I am in spot and in this one, on tho the cause; sad faced wives lead- Reported by A. Itichardson:-- K. what isteimed tho advance zone, brow of a little hill, over looking .ing a child, perhaps two, and B. Gold 5.00; John Oockrell I must keep my location secret. tho camp is tho hurrying placo ono who pusuing a uaoy carn- 10.00; J. M. Fewell 5.00; W. O. Tho age, passed mournfully by, and Singleton aud wite 2.00; Irvin I suppose the people at home for American soldiers. are rejoicing as much as we aro graves had been beautifully deco- through it all the great French Fields l.oo; R. S. Carter 1.00; horo at tho recent success of rated, not only by their comrades Gonoral, himself wearing the H. A. Shrock 5.00; Mrs Jennie the Americans near Chateau. in arms, but with ilowcrs from Croix de Guorro and on his loft Cockroll 5.00; L. II.. Rico and Thierry. I was in towu when tho tender hands of French worn-o- arm the evidence of having giv- wife 5 00; V. Poff 00; A. Richand children. Some of tho en at least ono son to the cause, ardson 5.00; I. W. Catlin and the nows was received by wire aud posted on a bulletin board soldiers had died of natural shook hands and spoke tondcr wile 3 00; G. S- Griffin & Co., at the newspaper oflico: I saw causes but gave their life no less words of comfort, stooping to 25.00 for tho great cause than thoso kiss each child as it passed, inado Reported by Miss Ruth Painttho oxcited crowd of French around it aud crowded closo who had died in action, and as I a scene which will live in my er: R L. Moore l.oo; Mrs. Cleo enough to sec, but as it was in stood there ulono, amid all the memory forever. What will and Griffin 1,00; Ruth Painter l.oo; French, I could only mako out beauty and brightness of that ought to bo tho , punishuiont of Mrs. Bettie Pike l.oo; Mrs.Bertha that it was something about last day of May I thanked God, tho man who has brought such Argenbright 50 cts; Maurice Americans, lust then a French- with bowed head for theso men suffering into the world ? I am 50; Mrs. Allco Brady man who could speak a littlo who had thus g veil .up all for moro and moro convinced that l.oo; Bortio Robinson 9.00. English pushed his way toward freedom that yours aud that the armies never fought for a more Reported by Bertio Robinson: over world might be a decent place for righteous cause than we are W. C. Gilliam 2.00; Mrs. W. C. mo flo was "bubbling" with enthusiasm and when ho our wives, sisters and mothers to fighting today. Gilliam 1.00; Mrs. Rachel Baxter had explained the uaturo und suc- live in. I am getting along nicely 5 00; Orbiu Gilliam l.oo; Clarence cess of the attack he exclaimed Last Saturday I attended a with my work. Whilo a lot of Pace 1.00; Jessie Moberly 1.00; "And the Americans did it all by French War Decoration peoplo might not like it, 1 am Daniel 0. Moberly 1.00; Mrs No doubt you have seen really enjoying themselves. The French everyit. If anything Lina Moberly 1.00; Clara Robinwhere aro talking about how tho moving pictures of tho bestow- the colorod troops are more ap- son 1.00 Americans are fighting. Tlioy ing of the Croix do Guerre but preciative of what is done for Reported by Thos. C. Welch: say they are greater lighters tho chances aro that you had a them tbau tho "v to troops and C. J. Rice 10.00; R. Roso 1.00; W. than the British." That was his kind of feeling that tho whole I am perfectly contented to M. Owens 2.50; Mrs. W. M idea of tho greatest compliment thing was boiug staged for the stay whero I am until I have a Owens 2 50; E. C Herd 5.00; he could pay. I have never camera man but not, so. Tho chanco to get a littlo closer to Jack Carpenter 1.00; K. B Gold heard a Freuch or English sol- Gonoral really walks down, pins the front. Give everybody my 2.00; Simon Overhey 1,00; Logan dier criticise, or In any way min- the cross on the soldier and regard aud say that I will bo glut! Overboy loo; E. B Hansel 5.00. imize the efforts or lighting ubili-t- y kisses him on both checks, oven to bear from anybody who will of the other, and I am glad to though he is a tall, lean, brown take the time to write, me I CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS. say that our boys aro losing a skinned native of Africa. This would also be glad to havo Those tablets ure intended esJot of tho "bragging" ttiat you jail seems funny to us In tho pecially for stomach troubles, of ull Rockcastio boys In hear so much of on your sido of pictures but wnen you are pres- Franco. biliousness and constipation. It tho ocean aud I am glad becauso ent and realize that these mon you have any troubles of this With very best wishes, I havo felt for some time that tho are heroes, every ouo, It is a serisort, give them a trial .1 joalizo K. R. GENTRY, world was looking upon us us a ous aud touching affair. Some for yourself what a first class U Rue D'Agucsseau, bunch of big "braggarts" and wore blind, leud haltingly to mediciuo will do fa you. They Paris, Franco. tho tluio has now couio to mako their place by a loving wife o only cost n quarter. Sutton & McBee Kentucky Mt. Vernon OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE wvnt w The Blue Front R BAKER . 1. 1 From , 1 Per-ha- ps - n 1 - poo-pl- o Cot-tengi- in was at Brush Several of tho schools began in this part Mon day. John Allen and wife and Chas. Allen , of Hamilton, Ohio are visiting hero thisVlweekt- "wiliVvl5Sc'ti'j nst Miis over the lino in Jackson this yeah Mr. and Mrs. Estill Mullins. Forrester Mullins, Misses Sallio, Ada, Maggie and Lillie Mullins visited their uncle, W. G. Mullins at Disputanta Saturday and Sunday. They went to attend tho County Singing but it was put off until a later date on They all account of measles. report an enjoyable time. Mas, ter Joe Daughtery. of was the guest of his friend. Luther Mullins Saturday evening. J. H. Roberts is doing a hustling business in tan bark and cross ties. Miss Rissio Mul lins was the guest of hor cousins, Mioses Mary and Eliza Mullins Sunday. Master Tpnes, and littlo Miss May Durham, of Dango, were tho guestof their sister, Mrs Bert Mullins Sunday. Dennis, the little son of Hen Mullins was very sick a fow days last week Mr. Goodloo and Geo. Howard, of Cooksburg, wore tho guest of tbelr grandmother, Mrs. Louisa night Mrs. Allen, Saturday Mullins spent tho day Muttio with Mis. Sarah A Mullins Sunday. Bob Martin was tho guest of Jones Allen Saturday night. Corn crops look well in this part sinco tho good rains. Tho (whortleberry,) huckloberry crop is not near so good as it was last year and tho blackborry crop isanenuro luuuro. k. i. Mullins writes homofolks that ho landed safely over, which of course, was ono good consolation to them. Thoro will be servi-e- s at Red Hill Saturday night and Sunday conducted by Rev. Rovoy Mullins. -- Mrs. Mattio Prico and Ben Mullins WITHERS Creek Monday. .& Cm three small children to mourn a cut his foot on a piece of glass dear wife and mother's loss. Mr. and is suffering very badly. Sowder has tho sympathy ot tho entire community in his sad bereavement. Miss Hattic Car mi- cal spent Sunday afternoon with Miss Vino Kirby. Prink Harmon and Cecil Barnes wont to Cincinnati Sunday night to work in a factory. We have been having some uood showers of rain for the last week and has helped gardens very much. We all read in last week's Signal that there would bo a search warrant Livingston for Brodhead aud correspondents if they did not show up pretty soon and it looks lilce if different ones, who live out of town could get names enough for a letter that those correspondents who live in town could furnish the Signal witli u long letter each week which would make it moro interesting for us all Mitchell, tho .small son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fletcher, , Cooks-burg- Miss EIju Shepherd, of Burr, visited Misses Sallie and Nancy Sowder Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ravine Shepherd were with Mr. and Mrs. John Kirby Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jemima Live-saill. is seriously Charley Evans is numbered with tho crop is sick. The blackberry almost a failure in this neighborhood, and there is but very littlo fruit of any kind, so it would pay all farmers to try to raise every thing they can in their gardens for next year will be a harder year than wo havo ever M rs. Charley had heretofore. Shepherd and Mrs. Neal I'irrott, of Burr, spent Sunday with Mrs Win. Sowder. The Sunday school at this place is progressing nice. y iy. GM1 droit Ovjr CASTOKIA I FUr METGESXS Pm Wiwl 'B zjo. a&A 111 ll ii Vlfi 'rTTI iaw ii" clUUKUlers, 01 t,uvui uri-u- are cero-tnon- y. 111 visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fred Mullins this week. Misses Callio and Saruh Roberts were guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Allen Sunday. es j Mice mtmj Mtnlr will 0 . at this placo the 15th. school All parents that possibly can should send their children to school, for tho boy or girl that has education has much better A representative of The Detroit Vapor Stove Co., of Dotroit, show in this world than those nono.--ReJames will demonstrate tho roal inonts of the ''Detroit Vapor Oil Stoo" at who havo Barnes spent Saturday with his our store on Monday, July 15M1 Visit our stoie that day and sue son, George Barnes. Died. Mrs. for yotirstlf what these stoves will do, that other oil stoves will nut do. He sure to come. Willluin T. Sowder died Juno a husband uud 23rd. She leuves HOPE...-WELLl ..... lieiln lmr' lnrv JOHN ROBIN SO BRODHEAD -- OTtifVnn-- 22 MMklfcOrfaiXU .Xt&kiSmia Mt.Vcrnon Signal FRltlAY, .Inly 5, I918 PATRIOTIC SONGS These patriotic songs will he used at the opening of the Instltuto next week. Clip them out, bring them with ou and join in the singing. SMILK, SMILK, SMILE. Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag, And smile, smile, smile. While you've a lucifer to light your fag, Smile, boys, Hint's the style. What's the u.--c of orrinir, It never was worth while. So p.ick up jour troubles in your old kit bag And smile, smile, sunlo. Publiihtd tvtry Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UIWCKtfTION onh vnvu $t.O on THE RED WIUTK AND BLUK. O, Columbia, tho uni f ttiu mran The hoiuu of the I) rave ami thu free, SV MV.mH I 57IxSSn!S$xSnSnXnX$Ss5 Children Cry for Fletcher's I mM m 111 Advertising rates maae fawwt application MKMDHK OP KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION The shrlnu of each patriot's devotion, A world ottWs homajro to thee. Thy mandates makes heroes assemble, When Liberty's form stands in view ; Thy banners make tyranny tremble. When borne by tha red, white and blue ! Candidate for the publican Nouination fnr Pnnfrrooe , lUl j Re-RE- D NOTES, CROSS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made unuer ms personal supervision since its Infancy. 'M, Allow no one to deceive you In this. are but Imitations and 'Just-as-gooAll Counterfeits, Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. citolius: :Vhcn borno by tho led, white and blue. Thy banners make tyrannv tremble When borne by the red, white and blue! -- &' If you believe that bankers and lawyers aro the only people Tune: Marching Through Georgia. to draw and enjoy the big fat salaries, and il you believe further Bring the good old bugle, boys, wo'll sing another song, that coal barons and merchant Sing it with a spirit that will move the world along, princes are endowed with a patri million strong Sing it as we use to sing it, half a otic wisdom that will nourish influenced by While we are canning the kaiser. constilutiuiism' fiMT pfcacelnAiy bit.,' Ysr.'rtWTJRTCfi,.Vli:y'ft J4.VvMVJo&.yW,w.K'i-i- i kMX4WW ditions and therefore requires "Diiouus : the human race, then vote for constitutional beth Edds, of Hagan, Va., is treatment. Hall's Oh, Bill! Oh Bill! We're on the job today ! Mr. Robsion, who is a banker, a Catarrh Medicine, manufactured spending a few days with Mrs Oh, Bill ! Oh, Bill! Wo'll seal you so you'll stay, a lawyer and a mine owner; or by F. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo, Edd Smith in the Hiatt section. Wo'll put you up with ginger in tho good old Yankee way- -for Mr. Edwards, who is presi- - Ohio, is constitutional remedy, Mrs. Walter .Smith, and little While we arb canning the kaiser. , pent ot a bank and one of Lon- Is taken internally and acts thru daughter, of Winchester, are with don's greatest wholesale merch- the blood on the Mucous Surfaces her mother, Mrs.J.M. Owens., this Hear the song we're singing on the shining roads of France; ants, both of whom have proven week. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smith, of tho system. One Hundred Hear the Tommies cheering, and see the poilus prance; to be selfish Miss Odessa Burton and Miss Dollars reward is offered for any Africanders and Kanucks and scouts without their pants which very quality in man has case that Hall's Catarrh MediElizabeth Edds returned Monday While we are canning the kaiser. brought the world to this, the from a three days trip to High cine fails to cure. Send for cirmost horrible crisis known to culars and testimonials. Bridge, Lexiugton, Richmond, Bring the guns from Bethlehemby way of old New York ; history. J Miss Berea and other points. F. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, Bring the beans from Boston and don't leave out the pork; Or, if ybu think the time has Ohio. Sold by nil Druggists, "5c. Annie Mae Pruitt, of Kirksville, cork Bring a load of soda pop, and pull the grape-juiccome tbatl mon more of the Hall's Family Pills for is tho guest of Mildred Robins, While we are canning the kaiser. common type, who live as the Mr. and Mrs. Fred this week. masses jva and think as the Durham, and Mr. and Mrs. John of Mainr; Come you men from Dixieland, you lumber-jackDEDICATED TO THE masses tlilik. and who got their Robins visiied the family of W; Gome you Texas cowboys, and you farmers of the plain ; SLACKER. livelihood s the people eet th i , T Watson, in Garrard, Sunday. Florida to Oregon, we boast the Yankee strain (.Contributed by Kdjjiir Mulling of then on tho third day of August, Mrs. Fred Sowder returned Sun While wo are canning the kaiser. Camp Taylor ) lolS, when you get ballot in tho day from a three weeks visit to Now, since we've joined thecrmy, Republican Primary you will find her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Now we're started on the job, wo mean to put it through ; Do you think it's doing right, the name of W J. Howard, for Ward, at Lebanon.. Mrs. ElizaShip the kings and kaisers all, and make the woild anew ; To treit the slacker better dis Congress n tho Elevoitli beth Hail, who has been in ill Clear the way for common folks, for men like me and you Thau the man who has to fight. trict, and Vote for him. went to health for several weeks, While we are canning the kaiser If he won't defend his country, Maiuly piy platform will bo: Stanford, Wednesday, to consult He is hardly worth u damn, "That government of tho people, with a doctor there. Mrs. W. F. And nothing but a nuissauco bv the people and for tho people KEEP THE HOMB FIRES BURNING. Carter and her brother, 'Ben' V. In the eyes of Undo Sam. shall not perish from tho earth. " Misses Riddle, accompanied her They were summoned from tho hillside, From eighteen years to forty W. J. Howakd. Butrice Shelton and Pearl Hicks They Were called in from tho glen, East fJemstadt, He's supposed to volunteer, are visiting relatives and friends And the country found thorn ready June 25, I9I8. And buckle on his armour Giveus at Boston this week. At thelstirring.'call for men; With but little sign of fear ; Carson, who has been in West Let no tears add to their hardships But you will find him chasing Virginia for tho past year, is with As the soldiees pass along, C. G. Colston has been con dollars, his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. A. And although your heart is breaking, ducting a class in vocal music at Playing games or at dance, Carson, this week. He is now lo Make it sing this cheery seug. Poplar Grove, which was largely For he'd rather go to hell, cated at Glen Alum, V. Va., and i attended and much enjoyed. Than take a trip to France. Mr. and Mrs making good. is chorus : Miss Ha Carson has been thegucst Oliver Potts, of Covington, are We're not disposed to grumble, of Misses Ola and Kate DcBord Keep the home fires burning, with relatives hero this week. But we think it mighty queer Mr. and Mrs. for a fow days. While your hearts are yearning, That tho soldier drinks the water FIELD WORKERS OF KENM. E. Burton and httlo daughter, Though your lads are tar away, While tho slackor gets tho beer. TUCKY ILLITERACY Glenda, spent last week with Wo They dream of homo. must always be iu quarters, relatives and friends at Somerset. Aim to teach 50,000 and increase There's a silver lining, Rathor early in tho night, school attendance twenty percent. Mrs.D.R Gentry and son, Rob And line up in the morning, Through the dark cloud shining, ort, of Willallla, aro spending the Consider soldiers lirst. Would Turn the durk cloud iuside out, With our faces clean and bright. week with her mother, Mrs J N. make it possible for them and Till the boys come home. Brown. Mrs. W.E.Beaty, of Ra But the slacker is a piker, their parents to correspond. A And with no one else to pleasc, venna, and Mrs. J. N. Hatcher, of soldier should know how to write Over the seas thero came a pleading, Save tho one aud forty pouudor, Corbin, are with Mrs. R. B. so as to sign the pay rolls, and "Help a Nation in distress!" That he arms around at ease. Thoy Hatcher for tho week. read tho posters that aro placed And we gave our glorious laddies, . ' Mrs. Jane He is all for gain and pleasure, motored through. him. for Honor bade us do no less; For his country takes no chance, French, who makes her homo It is as much a patriotic duty For uo gallant Sou of Freedon, But ho ought to go to hell. with hor daughter, Mrs. Sheel, is to teach these boys to road and To a tyrant's yoke should bond, If ho doesn't go to Franco. seriously ill aud not expected to write as any other servico you And a noble heart must answer, James Vnnhook was recover. cau perform. To the sacred call of "Friend". over from Barbourvilloand spent There is a worker for each No county county in tho stuAo. several days with his family here. Mr. uud Mrs. W. J. Brown und To TIIK TAXI'AYKUS OP ROCKCAS has less than one hundred, or OVER THBRE. TI.K COUNTV: oue thousand who, cau children, of Crab Orchard, visited inure thuu his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II not read and write. Under tho acts of revenuo atu Johnny got your gun, get your gun, get your gun, I was sent by tho State Com Brown, Saturday night and Sun- taxation as passed by tho GenerTake it on tho run, on the rnn, on the run, day. W.E. Anderson was in Mt al Assombly. ut its session for mission as the worker for RockHear them calling you and me, make an urgent Vernon, Friday, on business. castle County. I the year I9I8, it is the duty of Evory son of liberty. Hobart Brown has returned to his all parsons to appear before tho appeal to the pcoplo of this county Hurry right away, no delay, go to day, work after a few days visit with County Tax Commissioner and that you ut least teach 0110 person Make you daddy glad to have had such a lad, Mr.and Mrs Ben list their proporty. I, or one of home folks. how to read and write. There Tell your sweetheart not to pino, Thompson, of Indl my doputies will from tho first and Sherman are four hundred pcoplo in this To bo proud Iter boy's In line. county who can not read and ana, have boon with their parents. day of July 19s8, until the 3lst Mr. and Mis. James Thompson day of October 1918, bo at my write. Lend a helping hand, so cuoxus: for a fow days. Thoy will return offico over the store of U. G. that not another Rockcastle boy over thore, Ovor tliore- Mr.and Mrs R. Baker from 8 a in. to 5 p m to will bo made to say he canuot sign home Thursday. Send the word, send the word over there Mr.and Mrs. Henry recoive your list, and any one II. Brown, und his name. That the Yanks are coming, the Yanks are coming, Todd attondod tho closing of a Etta Lee Mooiie. falling to appear and list their The drums are rumtummlng ev'ry where, singing at Bethel last Sunday. proporty, I, or one of my deputies Wo often say a pray'r, So prepare For Govhunou: Mrs. George Bray and little will call and leave a schedule Send the word, send word to beware, hear tho question asked: "Will daughter, Elizabeth, spent Satur. with tho tazpayor and upon their We'll be over, we're coming over, Lieuteuant Governor, Jutnes D. day uiglit and Sunday with hor failure to list their proporty thoy Black bo a candidate for GoverAnd we won't come bacK 'till It's over, over there. paronts, Mr.and Mrs. J.S.Thomp-Bon- . aro subject to a tine of uot exceednor?" It uffords us grejt plea. - Mr. and Mrs. Granville ing the sum of fifty dollars. Johnny got your gun, get your gun, got your gun, ure to say that he will, but Hurst aro rejoicing ovor tho arC. T. Shimon. gun. Johnny show tho Hun you'ro a sou of a Lieut. Gov. Black Jis not playiug rival of their first born, a girl. Tax Commissioner of Rockcasflag and let her fly, Hoist tno politics now, ho Is helping to win Mrs. Hurst is with hor paronts. tle County Kentucky. Yankee Doodle Do or die. tho war, through his efforts for Mr.and Ms. A. . Owens.-M- iss Pack your little kit, show your grit, do your bit, the Liberty Loans, W. S. 8., Red Maggie E$rtdge sptnt the latter Yankeoa to tho rank from tho towns aud the tanks, FOR FLETCHER'S Cross and Y. M. C. A., for which part of the week with home folks Make your mother proud of you 1 he has inado speeches iu nearly at Plato. And the old red, white and blue. ' vory county In tho stato. Mr and Mrs Gash Hiutt. of the Mutt suction, took their little daughter. Delia Smith, to Berea. a few days ago atid hud her tonsils removed. Drs. B R and M. M. Kohiusun, of the Kobinson performed the operation, and at the same time Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Chasteen took their little daughter, Eliza, and had her M. A. tonsils removed alio. Stevens returned a few days nyo from a few days business trip to Hell and Knox counties. -- Misses Susie Hicks and IJInora Frith relumed from a three weeks visit to relatives and friends in Corbin. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Houk mid family, of Pineville, were with Mr. and Mrs. (J.H. Frith heresev- Hos-liit.i- BR ODH EAD Thy star spangled banner bring hither, O'er Columbia's true sons let it wave, May iho wreaths thoy have won never wither, Nor its stirs cease to shine on the brave : May thy service, united ne'er sever, But hold to their colors so true ; The army and navy forever, Three cheers for the red, white and blue 1 chorus : Three cheers for the red, white md blue Three cheers for the red, vvhue and blue 1 ! The army and navy forever, Throe cheers for the rod, white and blue ! W CANNING THE KAISKR. J. HOWARD Our Kentucky Units must be doubled, that is. we must find more who cm knit socks and sweaters. Our yarn should bo in soon, ami then wo will hnvu to put in time knitting to fill our quota of 500 pairs of socks and loo sweaters, to be funiMiod by September 1st. This is a big job hut "Our Boys" will need them this winter so wo must answer the call Your bov, and my bov expect it of us. and we will not fall them. The Red Cross must have funds to carry on its work. Patronise those things which are given fcr the beiielit or the Red Cross. Thero is more Catarrh in this section of thu country than all othor diseases put together, and for years It was supposed to be incurable Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treat uiont, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease greatly Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has neen In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural 6leep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA jBears the Signature of ALWAYS 2L&0Zzit In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought ,f CENTAUR CO. -- wJAatt 3 -- ni ..jij- - ;H -- I: () ISA - 11 dollar-maker- - ', BILLS e The Packer's Bill for Live Stock For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918, Swift & Company paid for DRESSED WEIGHT LBS. live stock - 1,558,600,000 $323,800,000 For the same period in 1917 1,338300,000 $10,400,000 Increase in s Weight 16'29d 220,300,000 Increase in cost 5496 $113,400,000 LEVELGREEN The Consumer's Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased correspondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. prices for his live stock, the sarily be larger. When the producer gets high con- sumer's meat bill must neces- N OT IC E Year Book of interesting and Instructive facts sent on request Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Illinois Swift & Company, U.S.A. Free free Free I only -- Your Kodak films developed free. charge you for each print, f Work done by an expert. Order your films from us. We pay postage. Mail us your films. Children Ory C A S.T.O.R A J. P. KELSAY, Your Druggist SOMERSET, KY. WTV'1 "i ' Y "TTl. . u 41 I MMfaui -- TTTf 'YT rrlfifflifflriirr mmm-caj- i Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkunon Ky, July 5, 1918 Miss Zelmn Jones has typhoid U vcr. . 7Q I J3 ohm winT7f wont to Cortimunl L o wllli HIUNAL up"No,7" McKinloy Mink will leave tonight to join tlie NaVy. Mrs. Charley Thompson is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G. e. Mc-Bo- 'J2 21 !!1 Jl mother. Mrs. W. M. Poyntor is with louitvuit NiHvnit n nco. hor daughter, Mrs. R t!. Thompson nt Crab Orchard. TIMK TAULR. Judgo and Mrs, G. M. Ballard, 0.f7 p m noTtn Miss Onie Silvers and T. J. Ball 8:47 am nortti visited Mammoth Cave this week. 11:55 am south They drove through in Mr. Ball's 12:13 a m ooutli "Motalic Klizabuth." Jas. Ianijkum, Agent. Plioiic No. 8. LOCAL Mm I'EHSONAli Mrs Maymc Oldham is hero from Now York on a visit to her rintrrnl at tint Mt Vernon, Ky. PoHto'llre at Mronil.ciaim mail matter. LinitAiiY Movnn: Tho public library has been moved from tho room over U. G. Baker's store to the room in rear of post offirr hnll(llnr. The Rt,.... .,iw county Christ ian Bible School Convention which was scheduled to bo held at Maretburg, Sunday, July 28th, has beon changed to Mt. Vernon Fair Frounds,.for Thursday, August 29th. A compluto .program will appear soon Next week is Teachers Institute Every teacher should exert every effort to make it a profitable week. Tho actual cost in timo and money for tho teachers not to get all that is possible from that week of instructions, is too great. Food Administration, All dealers In poultry and eggs If a merchant docs only one thousand dollars worth of busines in ,a ye.tr and ships but one case of eggs per mouth, he is subject to this liconse. If applications; sent to you by the License Division havo not been filled out and returned, do this now. All merchants must havo cortl ficates with which to buy sugar, until close of war. If you have must have license. Wilburn Miller is working at Corbin. Mrs.K.S Albright and son, John, Wodnusduy woia in Louisville utnl yesterday. Miss Viiginia Crawford spent last week with frieuds in Pine-vill- Robert Harry Miller mado a business trip 'o Jasper, Ala., the first of the week. V. G. McBee, W. 1J. Baker and Ralph Grillin were in Louisville during tho week J. M. Brown was down from Iiast Berustndt for a fuw hours Tuesday on business. Misses Sidney Crawford and Mary Lang ford have entered Summer School at Richmond. Mrs. Mary Williams expects to leave next week for Somerset and Covington for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. S N. Davis and daughter, Miss Mary were over Lancaster to spent the from Fourth. Bradford Mullins came down Middlesboro lust week from to see his mother, Mrs. Luther Cummins. Bob Davis, who has been put ting in good time in the coal fields since school closed, came home to spend the Forth. Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Houk wore here this week from Indl ana visiting relatives and looking after pome business affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson, arc hero from Indiana visiting Rockcastle relatives. Mr. Thompson expects to bo called to the colors soon. Sam Maharg and fa uily, of the Hiatt section, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore, wore the very pleasant visitors at the homo of yo editor and family, Sunday last who has Miss Etta Mooro, charge of tho "'Moonlight school work in this county is here and will be in the county for two months, in the interest of the "Moonlight Schools " Mrs. John Rennor has returned home from a toil days' visit to see hor son Spurgeou Suiilh.of Louisville, and Krncst Smith, of Camp Taylor, Ky., and ulso visited hor sister, Mrs. Chas. Sullivan, of Indiana. Sergt. Leonard Langford, who has been stationed in California, is at homo on two weeks furlough to see his father, Elza Langford, who is very low with consumption and not expected to live many days. Mrs. Carter McDowell is visit-inhor parouts, Mr. and Mrs. S. g S. Daily. Mr. McDowell came down with her and children, but went on 10 Stanford on the early tralu Monday morning. He is doing a lino coal business. Bon Griffin, oldest son of G. S. Griffin, has joined tho Marines This makes three of Mr. Griffin's sons in the service. Hobart Is in the Navy; George Jr., is at Camp Shelby and Bon who will soon bo with tho Marines. Goorc.0 Sr., will go and take tho rest of .his boys if needed. Capt. J. J. Bethurum. or the Tlegular army and Adjutant-Majo- r of his regiment, came to Somerset to see his mother, who golned him and came to Mt. Vor-uo- n to visit relatives, before ho leaves for Franco. Capt. Bethur urn has been stationed in Texas for several months and his rapid promotion shows that lit not only has the ability but has used it to the best advantage, combined with the nevor falhug energy which he possesses. He expects 4o sail for Fruuco in two weeks. O'Bryan's are tho best get Relatives of John H. Parsons, of them ut Fish's. Temple, Texas, received a mesThin summer clothes at reason- sage on tho 24th ull., announcing able prices at Fish 's. tho death of Mr. Parsons. He was superintendent of a ship building , W. G. McBee aud Fled Baker were in Louisville during the crew, working on Government ships and was high in the air on week. top of a new ship when he made Kdd Deatheredge has sold his a misstep and fell possibly a hundout-fharness and red feet. He was a brother of tho back to Uncle Jack Burke and is late Theo. Parsons, Mrs. Willis working in the oil fields. Coffey aud Mrs. Susan Reynolds, A T. Furnish has bought the of tho Buckeye section and had stock of goods of A. G. Ball at been inTexasabout twenty years. Orlando. E. B. Cox is helping For Sale: Our complete stock make inventory Mr. and fixtures, as a whole, consistBall will go to the army. ing of Hart, Schaffner & Mark Rockcastle has been called up- and other leading brands of on to furnish 17 more men to en- Clothing, shoes and gents furntrain for Fort Thomas, July 15. ishings and ladies shoes. Our This will Jeavo one rcpro man in reason for selling is that the junclass one as originally classified. ior member of our firm is In line for army service and may bo A crowd estimated at nearly called soon. This stock was one thousand people attended the bought right and is all high class Baptist Sunday School Convention clean merchandise, and must be at Brodhead yesterday. A splen- sold by July 22. If interested did urogram was rendered. c ill on, write or phone us before Judgo L W. Bethurum was one of that time. tho principal speakers, his subject J. Fish & Son. being: " Why is America in People who are too stingy to war with Germany." subscribe Jfor their homo paper Mrs. Cleo Brown has very ought not to bother their neigh generously given tho Red Cross bors about borrowing. We make workers tho use of the VanWin-kl- e mention of this for the protecproperty for a whilo . This tion of our subscribers some one is a desirable location and you or more of whom says to us every are invited to visit tho Red Cross week: "Please get Mr. or Mrs. in this building and come to subscribe for tho paper prepared to lelp do something. wo are getting tired of thorn There is plenty of room for work- coming and getting ours." You ers. Work will begin soon. borrowers of newspapers, you Abo Chastcen was brutally may continue to secure the loan murdered at his home near Mul- of your neighbors pjper, but lins Station last Sunday night. remember he or she does net He was supposed to have been want you to have it, because in bed asleep when one or more thoy are paying for It for them persons entered his home and selves and not for yen. Either fired a shot into the back of his subscribo for your home paper head, causing death instantly. or don't read, because the fellow His body was then carried and who does it that way will never dropped into a deep well a short seo very much that tho paper distance from tho house whore has good to say about him. Tho ho was found Tuesday. Bill Sweeney, a well developt clothes he had on when murder- man of about 36 years and a proed, wore cut oil of him and fessional hobo who says he has other clothes put on him. Tho not workt a day in four years, was bed, aud clothes covered with arrested about three miles up bloi.d were found where they Brush Creek from Orlando.Tues. hid been dumped over a high day, and lodged in jail on suspiccliff some distance from house. ion of being a German spy. Bill Chastecn was a bad character, says he is an I.W.W. aud never and had had considerable trouble intends to work, but he looks with his family, who had not like ho would make a good stout themselves been living as thoy hand for' some of our farmers or should aud suspicion at once led might be able to stand the rock to the arrest of bis wife, son aud quarries. He was given a trial in daughter who are now in jail County Court Tuesday on r charging them with tho horrible charge of lunacy and tho jury crime. failed to seo how ho would fit in an asylum, so Judgo Mullins gave CklkbuateFouuth: Between seven hundred and one thousand him thirty minutes to leave tho people assembled at Mt. Vernon town and ho took the advice and Fair Grounds yesterday to cele- promist to stay away from Rock brate the Fourth and to enjoy tho castle forever, Such characters splendid program arranged for would do effective work on somo the occasion. Prof. Diecidue had of our county roads. his band out and furnished lots of Rockcastle County has not good music, which was very much gone over the top in War Savings In tho afternoon, Dr. Campaign but the forces are all enjoyed Cuetry. Presidont of Bowling busy and hope to mako it look Ureen Business College, made a better by tho end of the week splendid speech, ou the war, what Reports from 65 out of 74 School caused it, and what is expected to Districts in this county shows result from it. He was followed pledges amounting to $78,205 00. by Sorgt. J. Hudgins, of the This may seem small when placed Canadian Army, who was several beside our quota ot $319,440.00 times wounded on the battlefields but this is not so bad for Rock His thrilling aud castle when you consider tho of Franco. heart rendering stories, of things wealth of our county. Tho Gov which ho saw and experienced ernmout expects Rockcastlo to whilo " ovor there," hold tho in como up with their quota and in torested hearers for order to do this it will bo neces. over an hour. Following Sergt. sary for a lot of us who have Hudgins came Dr. Ben L. Bruner, signed cards for small amounts who has long sinco been recog- to raise them and go the limit, in nized as one of Kentucky's best this matter. Next Saturday, orators, and his masterly effort July 8th, Is tho last chance to in behalf of the Red Cross aud get your pledgo counted, so try other war activities, has not beon to get all additional cards in tho equaled from a standpoint of ora- hands of County Chairman, W. tory by any of tho speakers II. Fish by tfmt time lu order heard in the county sinco the war that Rockcastlo may make began. as good showing as possible. If The salo of lomonado, sand- you have not done what you wiches, etc., brought in sovoral ought to do in this matter you dollars for the Red Cross. still have a chance to do that. shoe-makin- g it not received theso application blanks, write mo. If you have received them, fill one out and return it to mo. I shall endorse It and send it. to the Sugar Division of the Food Administration The Food Administration has figured out an increase on the price of the 19:8 wheat crop that will take caro of tho increase Farmers had in freight rate. better not sell their wheat until Congress decides on the price that is to be paid for the crop. When tho new wheat is- - ready to be ground, the miller can grind for tho deliver to the farmer a three months supply of flour, on the basis of twelve pounds per for individual, in tho family, each thirty days. MRS. BURNS' LETTER. peo-pl- o to-da- Here is a letter that is certain to prove of much Interest to in this vicinity, as cases of this sort occur in almost every neighborhood, and the people should know 'TJltiV to vtouilike circumstances: Savannah Mo., Oct. I2,lgl6. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about nine years ago and it cured mo of flux (dysentry) I had another attack of tho same complaint some throe or four years ago and a tey doses ot this remedy cured toe. I have recommendedtChambarlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to dozens of people since I first used it." Musical on is given for the July atb. It ocnem or inu kcu uriss. Do not forget the THE KENTUCKY TRIO. The Kentucky Trio consists of Kontucklans who hato received their ontire musical education They and training in America have been associated as students and in professional work for several vears and are all artist graduates of the Cincinnati Consul of Music. Sinco making New York their headquarters, their individual study has been in connection with the American Institute of Applied Music while their enseinblo has been broad ened and ripened under tbo coaching of Kate S. Chittenden, who has developed their reper toire iuto an unusually largo list of classic and modern literature. Their concert and professional re tivities outside of New York have been extensive, embracing many states. Hear them at Grnded School building Tuesday evening, July Given under auspices of the Red Cross. Admission 25 and 3.5 cts. THE JOY OF LIVING. To enjoy life we must have good health. No ono can reason get much real pleas ably hope-ture out of life when his bowels are clogged a good share of tho time and the poisons that should be expelled are absorbed into the system, producing headache aud indigestion. A few doses of Chamborlain's Tablets will movo tho bo.wels, strengten the digestion and give you a chance to re alize the real joy of living. Tiy it. "aafr4 1S Ii'f 7 lots adjoining in. Mt. Vernon. Good 4 room cottage, barn, every thing handy. Terms easy, T. T. Meadows. I AJ- JL WSk 0' BRYAN I iih mil., r ) NASHVILLE. & X!?5 -" SWWEST NASHVILLEr MsMHnnn ALl SIZES AT THE CASH STORE "HhSSuS MT. VERNON, KY. .. 11 r "Hay!! There BIG CAR CHOICE Oniidren Ory" MR FLETCHER'S DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds collected anywhere in tho world. No charges unless we collect. Reference: Farmers National Bank. Write us. May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. ? Office: iloqttt 7.Mas&nic BJdg, Timothy Hay JUST IN $L80 PER CWT. ORDER FOR WHILE IT LASTS WE ARK ALSO PREPARED TO FILL YOUR SPECIAL HOG and MULE DAIRY and POULTRY FEEDS 'Treat your Stcck to some of our Specialties and watch 'em smile. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Call on us. Write us 4 Phone us In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears ' the Signature of m&fa the old problem comes to tho front. Tins time J'. B. W. digs it up. Will some one oblige with the solution? Here is tho problem. bill A man with a needs $15. He takes the ten dollar bill to a pawnbroker and bill for $7.50 pawns the He gets the $7.50 and tho ticket, He goes to a friend and says: '"I have pawned a ten dollar bill for $7.50. Give me $7.50 for the ticket and you will make $2 5o on tho transaction." Tho friend gives tho man the $7.50 and the man has the $15 ho needed. The friend takes tho ticket to tho pawnbroker, pays the $7.5o and tho few, cents interest, and gets bill. Now, who tho bald tbe $5 tho first man got ? Once more ten-doll- ar ten-dolla- For Weak Women In use for over 40 yean! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, tell ing of the good Cardui IU13 UUI1C J. F, GRIFFIN V" rA V wrA rA r j. UlCiU. u. -- n.! in 1. 0 fy 's Who Is Most Benefitted I S BY The Money You Earn?B You Are Others Are 3 If you save it If you spend it Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drugs in Cardui. It is composed oaly of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad habit-forming after-effec- ts. v rA 0 ten-dolla- r TAKE LAME SHOULDER. This ailment is usually caused by rheumatism ot tho muscles All that Is needed is absolute rest and a few applications of Cham berlain's Liniment. Try It. SARDUI The Woman's Tcaic , The BankofMt. Vernon 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings "V , Wlien you want the newest in footwear come here. We now canvas rubber -- soled ehoes for men, women V ' S A offer Keds, the new V. Z and children. New in style, new in comfort, new in wear. They'll make your feet happy whether spell-boun- d you're at work, at a lawn party or traraj ing over the hills. Soles and heels of springy, new rubber. Up- V yj pers of a specially woven. line grade 01 canvas. You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," wrltesMrs. Mary E.Veste, ol Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. ! took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when runI down. 1 had ao appetite, and I commenced eating. t It is the best tonic I ever ttw." Try Cardui. TA ry .aH ... GRANVILLE OWENS ... I ' My Undertaker jP brk9n9,Bad COM P LET K LIN EOF Coffins, Caskets & Robed Mail, Telegraph or Telo ImsmTJVa 1 J. hone Order s Promptly Filled III All Druggists 1.70 Lend Him jf AHanc n ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. IkVWJWWAK house and lot on Lovell's Lane and two town lots in Bethurum & Lewis addition, for sale .or trade to furm property. For particulars see Jonas McKenzlu or wrlto me at Twila, Ky. THE CASH STORE For Salk or Trade: LIBriCTY For Burrow Buv BCWDS SAPOLIO For PATRIOTISM words-Act-Don't ECONOMY Job 13. McKENWE. "ftciions speak louder fhart -- Talk Buy Now Juuo 2I 3t. CSSSSCts '! WlllWW rrmtervnvnmmtr,w imni t&Sg-- i rsi UtSStll(tilWSS4M)MMHM'JW 'pggflftaas. First State Bank OF WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Two Jlmmle Collins Tells What He 0w What Military Tralnlno Does , WAR TALKS Dy a"a ??::!HiiHHfnHPnnnnjfHHTtJ7:HfnHFninf!niiin!nn!U?niH3j;i " .- - UNCLE DAN Numlct Throe e ...fisBe "9"9af -. " " Ji1:" ftWW5WWWWSfll fM !!"" a 5 JSSJlJSf LIVING STON, K Y. : ) Food will Win the DON'TWASTE IT B WmaUfaamiraam mmamam am BssSk Maaaaam. How War Methods Have Chmifjed Everybody Must Help. "Hello, Uncle Dan, Jliiiinlu nnd RAISE IT O 0 .' c 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. for Doys. IMI-ll- o, i "Well, hero wo nro 1" cxclnlnicd pivseallns his chum, Jlmmle Cel- 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 faithfuliy serve 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 ' FIRST STATE BANK V II COTTONOIM, I,. It, DAVIS. President. C C JIcPIlKkSON, Cashier. ' $4. to $8. per Day YOU Can MAKE Above WAGES DAILY Loading MACHINE MINED NOT Coal EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Seam six and a half feet high. All clean. Good roof no wet places. Good boarding . house, reasonable rates. Have, a few houses available for men with families. Apply at once, iu person, phono or write to WALLINS CREEK COLLIERIES COMPANY Wallins Creek, - Kentucky R. B. WINKLEll. Gen. Supt. THE TIRE flt Sr m wouldn't swap my O & J Tlrea Tor any WJiyt M tires made. M because THE NAME BEHIND M THE TIRE Burem THE NAMES 5Sf VI jit I I I 1 I x SJIK v moans that I can have absolute confidence In the They are a a a J Tlrts. old experl- the product of enceu tire makers who stund back of eery tire they put out. "The tires ride easily; are not apt to puncture; protect jou from skhldlnij ami all In I all to my mind are the best I tlrea to Isuse." one of many only This I hundreds of users' opinions. I You can hnvo tho same sat 1 1 Ufactlon it your car be mted with a&j I f I I I I 1G&JTIRES, DR. WALTER nn4.2ni. Ollleo Baker's Stors MT. V K R N O N, KENTUCKY U. G. Over J. C.McCLARY SOLD BY "Very Rind to nee you, Mr. Collins," telling me how bashful I used to h said Uncle Dim with a smile. She said If n girl ppokc to me I woul "Aw," said limit. "Just cull him blush to my hair roots. Well. I n Jlmmle. That's the only iinuio he minded her of the time your futhe knows. He's the pitcher of our base-bu- ll first etime to see her mid the Joke w nine, and he's some pitcher, too. played on them, so I guess that wll lift feel of his nrin." hold her for a while." "Well," sulci Uncle Dun, feeling, Continuing, Uncle D.111 said: "Yoi "Thiit'a n mighty Kd nrml" t! want "Now, boys," suld Uncle Dun, "whnt you? to talk more about the war, Well, war methods have uudei nliout?" do jou wont to tulk gone many changes and they are Bill "Well," suld Jlmmle, "I was down to changing. No two wars are fotlgh Guk'MnirB a few months dro when the alike. Iu early times, the weapons wei boys cuiue home fiom the Mexican stones, clubs, spears, bows mid arrow border. They looked tine. Hverjliody wus surprised to sec how stralRht they swords, etc. In this kind of wurfnr victory was with the strong right nri. Mood nnd how ninnly they were. The Men of enormous sl7o and strengl hoys seemed proud to wear the uniwere the great warriors. The Invei form. I tell you their tnuicles were as li hard as nulls. I heard Hunker Unskctt tlon of gunpowder, howeer, 110 say that the training and discipline chanced all thK It has enabled n nnother 'hu boys had had wis exactly what to kill oneand do It ntwhole-ale-cnnMdeiiilil . Tl every boy In the country ought to distance, war, as we know It now, Is cninlilii' have, and Unit now these boys could tlon of chemle.iN, miiihlncry, math Ret a better Job at higher puy than train.-men- . they could have had before. Do you inatlcal calculations mid highly Just think of It! Airplane think Uiat's so. Uncle Dan?" submarines, armored tanks, or cntci Uncle Dan replied : "I have n pillars, poison gases, mid curians n young lire nre friend who employs hundreds of all used for the first time I' men. He nlwas gles boys having this war; nnd they nro destruethe Inhad military training the preference; land any tiling heretofore known. he says It pnys to do so. He finds The methods followed by the kn' tbey arc more alert, more prompt, moro courteous; they know how to err nnd his utiles are simply devllU 1:1 enrry out orders; they are quicker to He must answer In history to the lag of thousands of Innocent wotin think and to act than those without broken ever training. He Bald from his experience nnd children. He has every rule six or eight months International law and he believed that hospital of Intenslvo military training would warfare; he has bombarded licit Cow add at least 20 per cent to a man's nnd undefended cities, sunk he has d ships on errands of merry: .strnyed and priceless Irea jires of nrtfiuf nevir fto re;V,tt' ,.' lie lias lundo slnvcti of his prKeiiei-he has tried to get us Into war will Japan; his rmialssarles have blown our ships, burned our factories an. fired our forests. He knows no men or honor. The most iharllable vie to tnke of this tyrni Is that he Is ciar.y. "One thing Is certain." continued t'l cle Dan. wl(h gloat emphasis, liberty, the safety of our homes an our country, and tho seemlty of th V LmmZ "lt KttLd,' t! j IVH I;i if world denial d the speedy nnf ab lute overthrow of the kaiser inn crushing nut once nnd forever of Pni'Plan brutality." "How nboit the (erinan people.' said r.llllc. ' "The splendlc Uncle D.ut replied: Reruiau peo)J'e were happy, thrifty prosperous ntd contented. They Imv heen tricked Into war and made t uifer tha tortures of the damned ; f hey hnvo been rruelly nnd systematic-illh-i: " deceived. O01I grant that the real JXkZ22&2 v MvMtAvkbvUjttb, 'acts may get to tin in, and If they do, Lord hilp tho kaiser!" AFTER FIVE MONTH8. "Of couro' tho allies will win." said The two pictures are of the same Mrs. Ciii'bam. ouno man. The first was taken the "Probably so." said Untie Dan. "nut ay he enlisted and 'the second after e had had five months' military train-ig- . If we are to win. we must go the limit. We must check tho nw fill destruction to HIb homojs In North Carolina. shipping by' the (erman .sulimurlae.N. the or wo may not bo able to get food and nrnltic cnpaclty, and that It ie.t Investment any young man could supplies to our own men and to our allake. lies; wo must also put hundreds ol IJIIIIe. If you will go up to my room thousands, and perhaps millions, ot s soldiers In tho buttle line. ml bring my email handbag, I will t you sec two photographs of the "Food Is the first conslderntlon," Uniiiiu )oung man, showing what only do Dan continued. "No army can hold ive mouths of IntcnMvu trulnlng on out against hunger. It has been said he Mexican border did for him." that food will win the war, nnd this Is Tho bug was brought. Uncle Dnn, Inrgely true. Hence the Importance liuwtng the pictures, said: "Well, j of tha farm In tho war plans of our iere they ore. They tell their own country." Sirs, flrahnm Interrupted by saying: try nnd It Is u mighty Interesting tw. The young man, before training, "In leu- - of tho iiiipoitauee of farming, as n illM'tuiriigcd look; he has seen don't .von think, Daniel, that the fannThere was ers ought to be exempted from war ut Utile of the world. eiy little In his surrounding to bring servicer ilia out. When he Joined tho colors "No, a thousand times no," said Unind Uncle Sum took htm In charge, cle Dun, striking th table co hard to I fo for him took on a new meaning. iinphnslze Ills protest that he tipped . Iu miw chance to do something and over u vase of flowers. "We must He woke up. Ills cap-- have no class legislation. The duty to 'o Mimi'tlilng. .iln says ho Is twice the man he was serve Is the common duty of all, am! .hen he Joined tho army. This may 110 class must be relieved of this ob0 0110 of the extremo cases," said ligation. The question of exemption 'ndo D.m. "I can tell you, though, must bu n personal on" nnd decided by war, no one thing will the facts hurioimdlug each case. In Ii.it war or no .!o the young men of this nation s no other way can We lime a square nuih good In so bliort a tlmo as a few deal, and to Insure this. It Is the duly Months of Intensive military training. of congress to pass immediately the t tits n man to fight his own life but-'e- s Chamberlain bill, or some such measIn the business world ns well as ure, which Is fair to nil classes. It defvud his couutry nndlts flag. would settle all these questions mid "Nenrly every civilised country gives do It fairly. Safety now nnd safety ts boys iiillltury training,. It Is hereafter demands such legislation, It Is based upon tho fact that and let mo suggest that you mid your t Is I lie duty of everyone to help friends get busy with your congresshis country; and as war Is now man and senators and urgo tlieui to nrrleil on, no one can do much unless prompt action. AI), the records show 10 Is trained. "It Is tlmo for us to realize tiiat wt hat the killed ami wounded iiiikiiir aro not living In u fools' purudlso; iiiralned troops Is nearly three timer. that this great couutry of ours cost met, oceans of blood and treasuro and It Is great as It Is with ho know how to fight and how to only, duo to the loyalty, sacrifice nnd Ily this plan 0 service of our forefathers that viohuvt themselves. alloii tin: trained men to defend hoi a country, and It Is our highest dutj nd the Individual Is a stronger and to preserve It unimpaired and pass It ctler man for the training. on to posterity, no matter what the "If the Chamberlain 1)111 for Mill cost, may be. Our citizenship and their wry Training Is passed by congress, nncestors came from all parts of the is It ought to be, tho same thing would world to make this country a home oe done for millions of other young and enjoy Its blessings nnd opportumen throughout the lund. Everybody nities; hence. In the crisis before us, night to deiimnd 'of his congressman It Is the duly of everyone to stnnd aid senators tho passage of this squarely back of, our couutry and be III." prepared to defend the flog. Every"All right, sir, exclaimed Jlmmle, wc one In this crisis Is either Great as the counor lll see Judge .Urownell, Mr. Huskett, ind Professor Slocum, and get them try Is, there is not room enough for usy." ' two' flags." 11 catl-edras 11 blood-thirst- lini. hat a been wnlllng for you." lung," Hal "Sorry If I lane kept Uncle D.m. "your mother has beei 11 Be a e- Producer As Well as Consumer e - KA.ISE LIVE STOCK and POULTKY and GUAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH ) .- - e PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PAliT OF ALL you earn. Monoy iit tho purkot bums, Pat it in tho Peoples Hank. 4 Open up a checking account with us, Your cancelled checks returned will show where- your money has gone, and they will spur you on to save for tho bettor things of life. ej OS a a e. - at a j;:::. WE PAY ."""'"'"""''"(IIMIOIIiMStltlrllll BANK STATEMENT. Report of tho condition of Tho Hank of Mt. Vornon, bank, doing business nt tho town of Mt. Vernon, county of Rockcastle, Stale of Kentucky, at tho closo of business on 25th day of June, 11)18: INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS ..tl n PEOPLES BANK n MT. VERNON, KY. its .. ...... .ffttflSlISl.St ..t. ..... .... ............ ........ ci ..aeaa tt 1 ! IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MOWER , KKfiouitcrs Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and secured Stocks, Bonds and other ... $ 100,011 02 un- 07141 Se- curities Due from Hanks 3,000 00 13.4H7 84 1,087 31 1.G70 RAKE; CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Hinder, Silo or gutter. Manure Spraider. Limo Spreader, Hay , Wjicfess Furnace; Iltick, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery within one day. Keep them in stock and can furnish you with repairs at once for anything I sell you. lUilJSr-r'-liKer- Cash on hand Uankini; House, Furniture nnd Fixture' . . . cr5ito(.t!'iv.."??r.-.vr?- . Other Assets rot Included under, any of the above heads Uxpcnse and Taxes paid.. 25 I . 1.307 69 Total f 131,249 77 j j I.IAIIIUTIES. Capital Stock paid in.in easli f ' 1C.O0O 00 7,000 00 2,831 CO CALL Siirdiii I'und Undivided Profits I)o)osits subject to cheek .'. . "e KY., OR SEE E. S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon, Ky. ME AT LONDON, 100,3(53 17 'Xmifclv.2S Total I State of Kentucky, County of Rockcastle, f ocl" We, T. J. NIeeley and W. L. Richards, rresiilcut and Cashier of the aliove iiaiuod band, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowlcdgo and belief. T. J. NlCKLKV, President, W. L. Richards, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo 4 this 1st day of July, 1918. My commission expires May 18, 1918. 131.219 77 Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and All Kinds T. C. MOREN of Tarm Implements. LONDON, KY. renHHai SG2XZ4SSS A fi I'. I,. THOMPSON, Notary Public. BANK STATEMENT. Report of tho condition of the Citizens Dank, doing business at tho town of llrodhcad, County of Rockcustle, Statu of Kentucky, at the close of business on 25th day of June, 1918. KKSOUItCKS I' t:-- s favor in 11(11 s llrst-clas- $ 05,971 72 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and un41280 secured . ..-aiocKS, noons aiiu oiuer ae- 22,500 00 curities 20,687 71 Duo from Banks 3,859 45 Cash on baud Hanking House, furniture 2,500 00 and Fixtures Other Aisets not included under any of abovu heads 1,099 14 Expenses paid WME ji Argument s 9 of this store is the fact that the most skillful mechanics always come hero lor theirs. You don't have to bo told tho reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND SEE. Total I.IAIUMTIKS $117,030 82 11 Capital Stock paid in, in 15,00000 cash L',100 00 Surplus I'und Undivided Profits, lens ox- 3,010 '0 imiites and taxes paid .... I Deposits subject J77.177 01 00,011 72 to cheek 18,831 71 J Timu Deposits. . Total M17.030B2 , Jtntu of Kentucky, County of Kockcastlu I We, It. II. Hauiiu and A. M. Hiatt. President and Cashier of tho aboxo natueil Hunk, do solemnly swear that tho aboe statement is true to tho bctt I of our knowledge and belief. K. II. Hamu, I'ltHldcnt, A. M. IIlATT, Cashier. buliHcribed and sworn to liefore me this 3rd day of July, 1818. My commission Expires Dec. 18, 1920. 8 c. v. a Mt. Vernon, c. cox Opposite Court House S 5SI3SZ5a:2GZ2XI2GZ2XI2SH ., de-V- well-traine- d Miiunda Tate. Notary Public. Pursuant to a resolution passed nt its spcblal tottn, of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court June, is, Shorift 1918, 1 the undersigned will cause ft poll to be opened in each of the respective voting precincts 6f Rockcastle County between the hours' of 6 o'clock a. in., and a. o'clock p. m., on the 3rd day of August 1918, for the purpose of cubmittlug the question to the voters Are you for a property tax of 20 cts, on each $100.00 worth of property in tho county of Rockcastle, to be levied each ear for a period of five, years, for the purpose of improv ing tho public roads or bridges of said county, or either or both tf them ? J. S. Langford, Sheriff of Rockcastle County. NOTICE wmmws WJmM" XmS mzi'SL' llTllliy'li'li HI ' iwj&w WUtLimt MTOidJ M 71 TJ '. wing s r j IjOPfe? V& j rnHaP wrrourFloors K Until you've tried finishing your floors with Hanna's Lustre - Finish you dp not know what an easy matter it is, and how inexpensive. No matter how worn and scarred your floors may bo, Lustro-Finis- h covers up all the defects and gives a floor the bright, lustrous finish of hard wood. Also the perfect finish for woodwork, furniture, and every interior wood surface. Cornea in nearly a dozen popular wood colors. Sold By JOHN ROBINS HUODIIEAD. KY X3Kr-9rpCSX3C OCCXXX C. C. Williams ATTOKNEV-ATLA- PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If your Mesaro showing any de feet tljw Is tho tlmo to see UilPrSijHHkljlpil! UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER MT VEBNON,KV. b. W. BETHURIM ATTOUNEY AT LAW MT VHRNON, UV. Will practice In Office on Church STANFORD, KY. all the courts. Street OFFICE.- - Onand.floorof Dank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten Xf tlon given collections, DR. fjifORE, MQX UKr..inif , $&c&x$ Tke OftkiM Mt. Vernon, Ky. June j4, 1918 T.N. NOE '