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Mount Vernon signal: July 19, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918071902_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 19, 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. V PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY mmw mm A' PBtoLJ fcfO VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1918 M CLEANUP PA I NT UP AM D ESTABLISHFD tr X887 'V NUMBER 43 "He Is a Winner" true, and will mako a record worth while, if sent to Congress. On tho other hand Mr. Edwards refused to sign my brpih-er'- s pctitjon to get him out of jail, spoke unkindly of him and fought him bitterly all of these years, and after my brother defeated Edwards for tho nomination in 1910, his paper, The Mountain Echo, and himself 1 am informed, lent their influence and help to IB art ram the Democrat, ami Bertram the domocrat carried Laurel county the home county of Mr. Edwards over my brother by a considerable majority and I believe that is about the only coifnty that Bertram carried in the 11th district that year. In 19 t2a my brother got the nomination without opposition but I am told Ed wards went to Corbin and helped to get Seavy out against him on a new ticket, und helped Seavy against my brother in the final election. I feel that ho should not claim the friendship of my brother nor urge us to support him against you. The entire Powers family and close friends in this part of the country, so far as I am informed, are for you and against Edwatds Wishing you health and success In your race, 1 remain, Your friend, John L. Powers.. fOR THRIFT'S SAKE "Plenty of paint makes things what they aint " says the eamofluer. BUT THERE'S THE BIG PAINT TRUTH, WITHOUT ANY CAMOFLAGE KEEP IT UP , LABOR LEADER FOR ROBSION PAINT KEEPS THBNGS Evcrp drop of good Paint, properly applied, fills dry, hungry of the wood, and makes a sealed surface, outside or inside pores the house, that protects and preserves, and is sanitary THE TAINT BRUSH STOPS THE DETERIORATION OF PROPERTY AND THE DEPRECIATION OK VALUES .i Robsion. Barbourville, Kentucky. My Dear Sir and friend: M. Mr. J. Pittsburg. Ky., Juno 26, 19I8. As They Arethe PAINT S Judge J. f f M. ROBSION OF KNOX COUNTY, Candidate For Republican Nomination For Congress .i !ii&X-'-"i1. 2. 5 'fe "" WE ARE FOR ROBSfON , ' sor-or- Paid Advertisement 1 Becauso Robsion is a much abler man for the job. Because Edwards is not and lias not been for tho last years a true Republican. The best test Jot a man's loyalty to his party is in defeat, and uuder this test Edwards demonstrated his lack of faithfulness. 3. Because when Powers defeated Edward in 19I0 by'about ten thousand majority, Edwards and his newspaper, The Mountain Echo, fought Powers and supported Bertram, the Democratic nominee for Congress, and gave Bertram a handsome majority in Laurel the noma county of Edwards. Tho only county carried by Bertram in the district. 4.' After Powers had received tho Republican nomination iu bringing ut 19I 2 without opposition, Edwards actively assisted-iSeavy as a candidate against Powers, and he endorsed Seavy und gavo him his unqualified support und made speeches for him. Edwards and his newspapor, The Mountain Echo, bolted 5. the Republican nominees in Laurel County and aided in the election of Democrats to county offices, and tho Republicans in Laurel had to buy the Mountain Echo to keep it from fighting tho Republican Yours of June 6th just to hand after some delay as same had been missont, and I was cortainly glad to hear from you.und to note you ure enjoying good health, as this leaves mo improving in health sfawty, but I hopa to ho- - able to be out at work again in the near future. I was certainly glad to note that you were getting along so well with your campaign, and you certainly havo my best wishes for your success and us you know I can't take any hand in politics as our Organization is strictly opposed to that, but you will certainly havo my personal support, as I know personally without Any hereby that you have been a friend to the miners and mine laborers, and did stand by the miners and mine laborers in their struggle last summer, fall and winter, and especially the miners and mine laborers of Knox County, where they had great opposition in their struggle for Industrial Freedom, and I know that you did assist in every way that vou possibly could and I am a friend to you because you were a friend to tho mlners'when they needed a friend, and as for mo you can depend on my personal support. Friendship and best wishes foryour sue cess, and I certainly hope that your friendship and as&istance of the past will not be forgotten by the parties that youMjoffcraveiy stood by and defended in thoir time- - of trouble. w With best wishes for your every success, ' Very truly, John Jeffrey, Pittsburg, Ky. Mr. Jeffrey, though a Laurel County man Is strong for Robsion. He knows Mr. Edwards and his record and this is why he is for Robsion. CIRCUIT JUDGE WILLIAM LEWIS OF LAUREL FOR ROBSION. ANOTHER LIE NAILED. Mr. Edwards issued a circular to the publ c a few days ago in which he states that the voters of Laurel County as a man were for him, and that 1 have been circulating a lie in saying Wm. Lewis and other prominent Republicans 'of Laurel wore for me. Now lets see who is telling the truth about this matter. Read the following letter from Judge Wm. Lewis. I have tho original in my possession : Manchester, Ky., July 8th, 1918. Hon. WE CARRY A FULL LINE PAINT COME IN AND SEE US. PAINT Houses W. F. BAKER D. C. EDWARDS LUMBER AMD STAVES THB SLUE FRONT MT.VBRNON, ter people. Opposite Court KY. iondon, Ky., March isth, 1918. J. M. Robsion, party. 6 Edwards refused to sign Powers' petition and has fought him for the last eight years and bolted the Republican party and its nominees. 7. Edwards only n few months bro, urged RnbsJon.to run for Congress and agreed If Robsion would run that ho would make specchos for him, write letters for him, and do all he could for him. A few politicians got after him, and he thinks he sees a chance to go to Congress, and ho breaks his solemn promise Wo want a man. to go to Congress who regards his word as.his bond. Mr. Edwards Is a double dealer, in that he will not keep 8. faith, violates his promises, hypocritically claims friendship for Caleb Powers, whom he has bitterly fought for many years. He thereby relinquishes all just claims, to tho respect und confidence of his fellow citizens. o. He has held twelve years of office at the hands and when they would glvo him office no longer, be to fight the party and its nominee. Robsion has been faithful to tho party all his life, but has never before sought offlco. The Good Book teaches us that the reward goes to tho faithful and not to the unfaithful. lo. Edwards has not made a speech for the nomineo of tho Republican party sinco I9I0. If ho denies this make him name the time and place whore he spoke for the nominees of the Republican party, we know ho made speeches for Seavy against Power, the Republican nominee. of-th- e com-menc- Lcmonds and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, of Louisville, are visit-in- s Mrs. J.P.E Drummonds, this weolc Mrs. S.E. Hollard, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting in our town Mr. aud Mrs. Bill this week. Langford have moved to our town. Wo are glad to have them with us. Some of our boys loft Sunday from our town to whip tho Kaiser, viz: Arthur Rice and Wesloy Smiles. Well, we aro informed that Hindenburg, tho field marshal of Germany, is dead. We do not know whether this is authoutic Barbourville, Ky., June 22nd, 1918. or not, but lot's hope that it is, M. Robsion, Judge J. ? Barbourville, Ky. for it seems that all the leaders Edwards In a great numbor of letters as woll as In conversa. of that dlsplsed country will havo My Dear Judge: to many persons praised Jud.ge Robsion as a man, citizen and As my brother, Caleb Powers, is no longer a candidate'for tlon to be slain before peace with candidate, up to the timo Edwards becamo a candidate himself honor will come. The U. S. will the Republican nomination for Congress in this district, it Affords wo pleasure to assure yon that I am for you and will give you my Edwards was very much for Robsion, according to his own not accept any other, and the until Edwards decided ho wanted to run for tho same office way tho papers looked Tuesdy unqualified support. thon he began to wlthold his pruiso lor Robsion and finally to at. I know you to bo one of the truest and most loyal republicans tack him. Robsion was a good man aud thoroughly qualified to tho Kaiser had bettor hunt freely of your time in tho district and you havo always contributed go perform the duties as a member of Congress at tho time rtdward ilsdeu, for the Sammiosnre and money to the party and its nominees, and if Caleb Powers ng aftor him, und dollars to was boosting him, and he is better qualified now than he was thon ever had a true frieud you have been such to him foe more than got him. On March l$th last Ed wa ids wrote the following letter tr loughnuts thoy twenty years, and have hoiped him in all of his troubles as well as in this locality needs rain In his races for office. I know that jou aru able, honorable and. judge Tartar. I The potato crop is very poor and CALEB POWERS' ONLY BROTHER FOR ROBSION. Barbourville, Ky. My Dear Robsion: In response to your inquiry about the circular letter of Mr. Edwards, I assure you that I have authorized no one to say or to oven intimate that I am not for you, and you need have no fear about my attitude in tho Congressional race. I urged you to run and promised to do what I could for you, and you will recall that 1 have Introduced you on more than one occasion and publicly pledged you ray support. Of course at tho time I was urging you to run and promising to support you I had no thought of Mr. entering tho race, but there wore no strings tied to my prom ise. Moreover, I knew Mr. Edwards was nrmnisini? to simnnrt you and acting with me in trying to havo our friends lino up for you, and l never dreamed of his becoming a candidate. I like Mr. Edwatds. Wo live in London and I have always been his personal and political friend, and hope to remain such, and havo openly and actively supported him heretofore in all his races for Congress, and under the circumstances I must confess his entering tliis raco puts mo in somewhat of an ombarrossing position, but it does not justify me in playing false to you and the friends that 1 have urged to support you Before leaving homo I was approached by a number of friends about tho circular letter and. my attention called to the fact that it was doing mo an injustice, but I had not been tho circular and didn't know what it contained but I now assure you that if there is anything in it that Insinuates that I am not for you, then to that oxtont it misrepresents me, and you are at liberty to say so. With kind personal regards, I am, Vory,truly yours, Wm. Lewis. Tho voters will see after tho election is over how Laurel couuty is not for Edwards. You can also see that Judno Lewis savs Edwards and ho urged mo so run and pledged mo bis support. Wo are going to tho truth. Ed-war- Dear Judge Tartar: Was glad to hear from you and hope you can land Pulaski in ,,, the Robsion Column. I think he will carry all counties above Iioro, including Whitley. ram sorry that all .of our friends are not working together but hope most of them are. Yours truly, D. C. Edwards. Tho Judge Tartar mentioned is the County Judge of Pulaski County, a former supporter of Edwards, but is now supporting Robsion. This is one of many letters writton to Robsion and other Yon will notice that Edwards says on March i3tb, 1918, in hi& letter that Robsion will carry "AH the Counties above here in eluding Whitley." If Robsion could do that over Powers, you know he can do it 'over Edwards. Edwards cannot get half as many votes that Powers would havo gotten". Ho changed becauso some politician vanted Robsion to sell out to them and he would not do so then set about to get Edwards out. He is tho candidate of some dark room politician. Mrs. Urban Chuning. Our distinguished friend, the Brodheud gardens need rain. John Lair, of correspoudent, claims that we are Mt.Vernon, came down Tue.sdaj . on our wuy to Franco and wo will The campaign hero between He will return to tho service of hoon bo in the front lino trenches. Hon. J.M. Robsion and Hon Don. Uncle Sum soon. Mr. and Mrs. Well, wo will add that we have a C. Edwards, in the Republican Fred Baker, of Mt. Vet non, were sou over thoro and another that fold, is waxing warm, and it is visiting relatives here Sunday. may be called soon, and we have amusing to stand on the other MUs Mario Rambo, uftor two donated to the Red Cross, purside of tho fence and watch the weeks visit with relatives at May chased Liborty Bonds and War mud slinging, and then ugain wood and Stanford, has inturned Saving Stamps, winch was our after the primary thoy make up home. Mrs J L Hughes, of Cor- duty, and wish we woro ablo to so soon, and peace and love in bin, is with her mother, Mrs. do more, but if Uncle Sam wants tho fold again. But what does it Thomas Farlev this week. Prof. us to go, wo are over ready, aud matter to us for this is a republi- Lee Webb, who was employed wo aro not afraid or too proud to can strougheld and at present we as principal of the Graded School tight, for wo work 36$ days a have something olso to study hero has resigned. Tho patrons year, and if Undo Sam had rather Mrs. B. H. Griffin aud aro circulating a petition asking wo should fight than work, we about Mrs. Hobert Griflin wore in Mt him to reconsider his resignation will gladly chutigo our overalls Vernon, Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. Ho is a fine instructor and tho for one 01 his suits. Tho followby tho writer Walker, of Clay county, is visit-in- g district dislikes to givo him up. ing lines composed Mr. anh Mrs. W. T.Amjx and dedicated to our friend J. R.: Mrs.I.W.Catlln were in Mt. Ver-no- position hut ho will not find a bet-(Continued on 4th pige. , Wednesday. Dr. O.T. ol Knoxville, is visiting his uxm 1 per-sons-- .i Mrs. Thomas Farley is still on tho sick list. Little B. J. Griffin has been on the sick list for the past few days Mr. and Mrs. Miko Fangon, who havo been $": '.'.vfe cttizens ot our town ortiio.pasts year havo moved to fclarJau, Ky. Dr.R G.Webb has all the matorial for a now house ready and will erect a new dwelling on Maple street John Fanner, of McK.ee, Jackson county, was here between trains, Monday, on his way homo from Mt. Vernon J. M. Foure, tho blind min, took his organ and loft for Middlesboro, Tuosday. Master Bernard Frauklin, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Howard, of Wallins Creek, Harlan county, aro visiting Mr. and 1 ... M tte'w LIVINGSTON 1 Blan-ford- son, C. A. Blanford. Mrs. R. J. YOUR SUMMER NEEDS WE CAN SUPPLY THEM You can look attractive and cool if you desire. Take advantage of our purchase and sale of wash materials in Skirtings; Batiste Voiles, Linens and Beach Cloth; and dainty 'lace trimings. One of the joys of summer in the cool white Pumps and Oxford Footwear we have them in your" size and style. Mako our storo your headquarters when in town. WHY DID EDWARDS CHANGE state-monl- s, Vegi-atio- n JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD ' s- -- .. 1 - ..'- - MUiA 11 SwIHI m-'tii Ki. nK ' M(Ci n iiiiMlJSni8yw 'NJ .RED ioiiisvll)fl slirti'l limp liicu.miii are forttniUoeuoiitflt ' Kel The independence day of i! for onr Local I'icttiru Sin v, The small child of Mr. and Franco (tho fall of the Has tile) Friday, July 19, 1918 it will be one of t!io most InstrucJuly 14th 173q, was celebrated Mrs. Mart Cromer is seriously tive war pictures that lias u or Mr with whooping cough hete by a large patriotic meeting beer on this screen. Publish d cvo y Ft iday by and Mrs Geo Nkvloy. of Htrlan hou-.in the hold at tho court EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. tifternoon when appropriate four have returned lion e after spend ReCandidate for the minute addresses wero miHo ing several days witli relatives is ykak $1.0 Huttii sunscKirnoN onk publican Nomination Decorations including flags of al. here. Miss with ill Car111ic.il We numbered sick. the a'lied nations in the war. A for Congress Advertising tates mane known on largo service fl.ig bearing 249 are having a great drouth in this stars inulutliiiir three gold star.- - oattund stock w iter has almost afifiieatiott Mhs .represented Clark county s bey.- - lried up in some places l'ora Pitman ci'iiiiiionced her wno nave lespoiuitu 10 uncic Judicial District, cliool at Pino Hill last Monday. Commonwealth Attorney of the MKMnitK OP .Sam's call. The gold stars tells, W. J. Sparks is hiving coal KRNTUC'KY I'KIISS ASSOCIATION' of lur throe sons who have given link opened near tl eir lives in defense of the liber ty cf tho world The Mnrsellaie ats is the order of the day witli and Star Spangled Banner wore most the fanners in tills part. Mrs. Charlie Cunnicil spent impressively re idered. Thursday with her mother. Airs. County Attorney, Our tol7 running mate, dlvU A Cummins at Mt. Vernon and ion engineer Will P Caldwell, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Levisay who has been in France tinee .pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. January with the 23rd U S En lieu Lsvisay. Mr mid Mrs Win gineers, lias had a busy time of Wullen spent Saturday CiiicVr Harnett, if the Ottawi and it building highways, railroads sociion, will do in town two or with Mr. and Mrs Win. oiil canip-i- . On more than one Hayes. Rev. Thomas Clifford more days imim wrelt to I00K nfti r Clerk, County occasion his company while work- fi led (rouble Mr IJ.uncll his regular appointment at ing closu up to the front has been this place Saturday lias had quite a lot oT I'N'jx'iii'iice and Sunday. obliged to get guns and assist in and will ho of jfirut assistance to Mrs Win. I.ivesay is at the bed running tho Bodies back, ron W. rRuWARD the car users of this town and vi side of Mrs,. Jemima Livesay, dering valiant sorvico on all oc- who has been very sick einity. Mr. and Mrs.J.M. Cross, for some If yon believe that bankers of Danville, and Mr nud Mr.s. and lawyers are the only people casions. time and is rapidly growing Engineer R H. Yancey, in worse and is not expected to Coeil McClary, of Ntcholasville, to draw and enjoy the big fat salwore Kuuts of Mr. and Mrs. A M. aries, and it you believe further charge of the survey of the gap live but a short time Mrs. Live-saHiatt a fuw hours Saturday. Mi- that coal barons and merchant in the Dixie Boone in Rockcastle, July 23rd, is a very old lady and has p. ami Mrs. IJrack Durham, of Jack princes are endowed with a patri by tho now classification has beui been blind for nearly two yearsson, wore with her parents, Mr otic wisdom that will nourish placed in class 1 ami if tho action July p. LAME SHOULDHR. and Mrs. D H. Albright, ami her civilization and peacefully bless of the board is not rescinded This ailment is usually caused sisler, Mrs. O It. Cass, the first the human race, then Yote for may have to leave the survey July p. of the weol:. Hid. J. W. Masters Mr. Robsion, who is a banker, a aud report for war duty at an by rheumatism ot tho muscles. All that is needed is absolute rest.'T'TTT A "V be Ran a few days meeting at a lawyer and a mine owner; or early date. This would bo unfor fuly and a few applications of Chamf tunate, inasmuch as engineers at berlain s Liniment. Try it. Marcthui'K, Wednesday evening. for Mr. lid wards, who is t II. T. Younj; was in town Tties-.faSchool House, July A .1 baal: and one of Lon- - this time aro scarce and difficult p THE JOY OV LIVING. ' Mr. Yancey; is no an I'rmidini.' .'..? s irivjt-zirUo be To enjoy life we must inue '' " Kldcr of- the Methodist chinch, ant.s, ootii 01 wnom nave proven slacker but has a great desire to , completo the survey betore going good health. No one can reason , Uev. Gre.ir, was here over Sun- to be selfish ably hope to get much real pleas-j day, the pastor, Rev. nvans, was which very quality in man has to the colors. July 8:30 p. ure out of life when his bowels hero also. Mrs. Walter Robins, brought the world to tins, the Clark county's first concrete are clogged a good share of the and little daughter, Inez, were most horrible crisis known to biidge will b; completed during men are intensely interested in the nomination of Congress- time and the poisons that should with relatives at Mt. Veinon, Sat- history. tile preseut week. It is being be expelled are absorbed into th e Edwards and will be able to give, in a forceful manner, the reason urday and Sund-iyMrs Joe Or, if you think the time has erected under the supervision of system, producing headache aud of Twila, Ky., was with come Edwards should be nominated. Everybody invited to attend that men more of the trie Boone Way Man and con- indigestion. A few doses o f why her si&tor, Mrs. Waltei Robins, common type, who live as the structed by a force under the chamberlain's Tablets will move these speakings, and the ladies are especially requested to come out. here Wednesday. E. S. Albright masses live and think us the charge of a gentleman born in ina ooweis, sirengien 1110 uigeswas in town Tuesday.-A. M. masses think, aud who got their Kilaruoy, of the Emerald Isle. tion and give you a chance to re- C. J. Hiatt and E L. Brown wero in livelihood as the people got theirs, Was much pleased over the alizo tue real oy ot living. Try Stanford, Wednesday. R. L then on tho third day of August, reappearance of that Livingston Secretary. Chairman, Edwards Campaign Committee it. Collier, the Crab Orchard tele- lglS, whon you get ballot in tho reporter's notes in the Signal, phone polo man, was hero Tues Republican Primary find tho must say in the vay of wan ll "V day loading out polos. uiis nan, .1... r f t Tjf.n,.,i fo. ng tliac in cise tne racicet co .,... t?i who is with thu Huso Hosnitnl r. n. .i: tiuues between him and the Corps, arrived safely in Italy tin trict, and vote for him. Brodhead scribe, President Wilfirst of the week. son will be requested to have Mainly my platform will be: "That government of thu people, Congress forthwith to extend the bv the people and for tho people age limit of drafters so as to inshall not perish from tho oart'i." clude these two rascals into immediate service Now wont you W. J. Howakd. Our oider h.i- been phced for Kust Bernstadt, fellows be good. If you can't be about one mouth for yarn, and June 25. lolS. good, be as good as you can. material from which to inako The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been RESOLUTIONS tho garments allotted to this In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of Fresh meat U perishable. It Chapter, but on account of the We the Committee on Resoluand has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its Infancy. jZf&Jty'f'T?1!, congestion c.iusod by Red Cross tions in behalf of the Institute must be sold within about two VfcVVi C6CCU4Z Allow no one to deceive you in this. orduis, these materials have not wish to submit the following. weeks for whatever it will bring. Imitations and All Counterfeits, are but reached us. Wo are expecting Be tt resolved: Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of them daily, and have 1 reports That we will try to elimiInfants and Children Experience against Experiment. f 10111 all parts ot the county in nate illiteracy in our district by I tlieating that the womon are an teaching Moonlight Schools. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, xious to be at work. As soon as 2 That we will endeavor to Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains the supplies are received, every neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substaace. Its aroUse the spirit ot patriotism in ellort will bo made to distribute age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has our community by organizing In uscforover40yearsl teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, same to all sections, as we are War Saving Societies and Junior "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Thousands of voluntary an.ious to have the 500 pairs of Red Cross Leagues and to help therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids letters from women, tellsocks completed by September the Senior Red Cross in any the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural eleep. ing oi the good Cardui 1st. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. way we can. has done them. This is & canA rumor has been circulated 3 That wo will obtain a sur the best proof ot flic value that seen-- , to have reached vari vey of our district by having GENUINE ALWAYS of Cardui. It proves that ous sections of the county to tho each patron fill out reports given is a good medicine Cardui ) Bears the Signature of effect tli.il tile l pilomotors of us by our County Auent Robert befor women. Rod Cross War Fund Cain tho F. Spenco. There arc no harmful or paign receive 25 per cent of all 4 That we send greetings of habit forming drugs In collcctc-money during that appreciation to our teachers, Cardui. It is composed drive. It is presumed that this who are in tho Army and Navy. only oi mild, medicinal false statement originated from ingredients, with no bad 5 That wo extend our thanks thu fact that z per coat can bo and appreciations for tho courto- retained b the I.o.-a-l Chapter to sies hhown us by tho people of buy material, and relievo (lis The Kind You Have Always Bought TAKE Mt. Vernon, also for the faith Swift & Company cannot tell tress, caused by thowiror in fulness of our organist, Miss words for Hotus other Relief the time of purchasing cattle, Ruth Mullius, and our secretary, Work. None of the parlies help Onio Silvers. Miss what price fresh meat will bring ing out on this campaign received 6 That we extent our thanks when put on sale. If between any salary, or any commission to our Supt. Mrs. Alice Davis, IF AT ANY TIMK VOU SHOULD NEKD A doitii; all the wort:, that was done purchase and sale, market conThe Woman's Tonic for her untiring efforts and her gratis. The total expense of coU ditions change, the price of meat cooperation witli us during the looting more than $5000 was You can rely on Cardui. past year. must also change. $24 00. this paing the postage, Surely it will do for you 7 Tnat we will to the host of for stationery aud other tnciilen what it has done for so or many thousands of other our ability see to it that tho ComThe Food tal exponees, and if any rumor woir.enl It should help. pulsory school law is enforced. of this character is ajjain started limits our profit to 9 per cent on "I was taken tick, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Disc aud it ran bo shown upto have 8 That wo grade our schools seemed to be ," capital invested in the meat boon willfully done for the In writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, according to tho course of study. Thresher, Mill, departments. This is about 2 of Madison Heights, Va. letition oi hurting Red Cross 9 That we thank Prof. Ireland "I got down so weak, work or stopping the donation cents per dollar of sales. No Kugiue, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck. Hinder, Silo for his splendid work during the could hardly walk . . . of money for tho Roil Cros-Lime Spreader, liny or Cutter, Mnuure Splendor, Institutoaud ask our Superintenprofit is guaranteed, and the just staggered around. prompt action will be taken in I read of Cardui, dent to recall him as our InstrucIJailoi-- Fertilizer, IMpoless Furnnco; Hack, Tractor, risk of loss is not eliminated. court to punish the guilty party and alter taking one bottor next year. Keop I will guarantee delivery within one day. tle, or before taking quite or parties. S. Chasleon all, I felt much better. I them iu stock mid can furnish you with repairs at As a matter of fact, meat is This Chapter is endeavoring S K. Chandler took 3 or 4 bottles at onco for anything I sell you. often sold at a loss because of Committee I Clms. Candlor to procure a seven reel p'cturo that time, and was able to Martha Jones do my work. I take it in which was roouiitly rolt.isul by the need of selling it before it Winnie Pulin the spring when runCALL ME AT LONDON, KY., Oil SEE tho Govcrninout, being an ( cial spoils. I had no appetite, down. wur picture, and intended for E. S. ALBRIGHT a tMt. Vernon, Ky. and I commenced eating. the instruction of tho people, as It is the best tonic I ever I to thu soldiers life, taking them saw." Try Cardui. & from tho training camps to tho For Infants and Children All Druggists TA In Use For Over Iront "Over Thero" whore picYears Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and J.w T All Kinds of Farm Implements. A'.wayi beai m tures arc made of our soldiers J? LONDON, KY. and our allies in action. Tils picture ruu for one week in Mt. Vernon Sigha) If vp WAYSIDE NOTES HO PE WELL 111 e ublic Speaking 28th iH Judge Walter N. Flippin, -- 11 IB- 'yk luro.--Cutti- ng S. D. Lewis Court rl BRODHEAD Bun-da- y S. F. Bowman 4-- - the interest of Congressman Edwards at the following places and times: PINE HILL, 24th, BUFFALO, a 24th, 25th, 25th, 26th, 26th, BLUE SPRINGS, WILDIE, Hammond Will speak in y - TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, -' presi-nen- nJxoLJi y 8:00 m. J:30 m. 8:30 m. J:00 p. m. 8:00 m. liUMrtis-s.-TJ- l' t dollar-makers- rRDJiii 1 W JOHNETTA, MT.' VERNON. :00p;m; m. These Mr. . man - - ICTOR TATE, T. NICELEY, -- ,,., you-wl- .. ! 3t - - Children Cry for Fletcher's -- m CROSS - PR) j9 I M A Meat Must Be Sold smmi For - "Just-as-goo- i.Weak Women What is CASTOR A certain amount of beef is frozen for foreign shipment, but domestic markets demand fresh, chilled, unfrozen beet lo.-a- -- aiter-elfec- ts. In Use For Over 30 Years 2y55T Corn Mill, Pump, CASTORIA Swift Company not increase prices by - withholding- meat, cause it will not keep fresh and salable for more than a few days after it reaches the market. CARDUI ... at WAGON, MOWER RAKE, CORN Harrow, WHEAT DRILL Administration , ... j 11 v CASTOR 30 A T. G. MOREN Swift Company, U.S. A. euuuuiuiu WP1 y . jV - ' rnfiTiftfrtinr JlI if jriTm'"-"-"- - n Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, July --y Miss Francis Garnett,of Louis ville, is Miss Martha Sparks' A sonof Tobe Bussel, living near fair grounds, is very sick with typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKonzic woro hero from Twila, during tno week visiting relatives. Miss Maboltc Cummins left on Saturday morning's early train lor an extended vis t with rola tives in Decatur, 111., and St Louis. Miss Hazle Johnson, who has been attending a ten days house party at Sonset, tho beautiful home of Miss tilsio Janls Tacoby near Paris, returned home yesterday, Miss Jacoby accompanying her homo. Mrs. Conn Gaines, with Frank Baugh, driving, camp over from Winchester Sunday" and spent the day. They brought Mrs. Laura Baugh this far on her way home. LOCAL 19, 1918 TJCa L IM v wnan iraat toOommunl an with SIONAL up "No. 7o fj EwSf LouitvilLC 4 NAtHVIllC R. R. CO. -- J TIMK TABLE. 22 24 28 21 north norttt south South "JA3. 8.- 0.57 p m 8:47 am 11:55 am 12:18 a m Landrom,' Agent. - Phone No. Kntered t the m itcond-elu- Mt Vernon, Ky. PoitoQo mail matter. t & -- "f PERSONAL Harry Gregory has a position with tho Bx& 0 at Ivorydale, Ohio. Mrs. II. A. Smith, Haute, Ind , is with of Terro relatives here. -I- Miss Rissio Williams is visiting Judgo and Mrs. K. G. Williams, at Covington. Mm. Bettio Pilce and little daughter, of Livingston, are with relatives hero. Mrs. Laura Badgh spent a portion of tho week with her sister, Mrs. Albright. Miss Mary Katherino Baugh, ot London, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Dorothy Albnght. Miss Carrie Elysinger was visiting her. S.fatcr, Mrs. G. W. &Q& era, ot Richmond, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Durham were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, first of the week. C. D. Sutton spent tho week in Cincinnati buyiujj goods, for the firm of which he is senior member. Mr, and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie are rejoicing over tho arrival of a girl, christened fino Helen. Miss Sarah Elliot, of Winchester, has been the guest or Miss Christine Davis for the past week, i Edgar Mullins was at home from Camp Taylor during week to see his father, Mr. H. J. Mul lins who continues very sick.' Mrs. A. W. Stewart is with relative at Wildio, and will come to Mt. Vernon tomorrow to spend a few days with relatives here. Mrs Lucy Wallace and two little daughtors, are here visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. Luther Cummins and Mrs. Gard Hansel. Mr. and Mrs". G. W. Rogers and children, of Richmond, motored over Saturday to spend the week with Mrs. Rogers' father, David Uysinger. to Andrew Gentry expects move his family to Whitesburg sometime In the near future, whore ho has a good position with a big coal company. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sparks and son, Bentley, wout into Louisville yestorday in response to a tele gram announcing the death of Mr. Lee their brother-in-law- , Webb. Rockcastle has a new Deputy Circuit Court Clerk in the person of Master Louis Denver Niceloy, who made his arrival last Saturday morning. Mother and babe doing well. Mrs. J. W. Rider received a that her itelegram yesterday daughter, Miss Jonnle Monow Jolly, was very Mck at Mystic, Ky., and to come at onco. She left on the late train. Atty. G. G. Brock was hero from London soveral days during the week on legal business. Mrs. Brock and children camo down yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. W.H.Fish, and be with him. ?. Judge and Mrs. W.M. Lewis, of London, and John Farmer, of and tho father of Mrs. S. F. Bowman, came down Saturday and spent tho night with Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, and Sunday they all drove to High Bride. Miss Ruth and John Land rum went into Louisville last Saturday ' and Ruth entered Spencerlan Buslnsss Collogo. Thoy met Miss BomicoLandrura there who has returned home from Arizona whero she has been teaching. Miss Bernico and John spent Tuesday evening in Crab Orchard with their brother, Chester. John loft Wednesday night for Hampton Roads, Virginia whore lie is stationed. -nine-poun- d Mc-Keo, John Frakes, colored, received a postal this morning that his son, Willie, who left here only a fow months ago, had arrived safely in France. Those who bought bonds of the Third Liberty Loan and have not taken them up or ,mado pay. ments due, are requested by the Banks holding the bond for you, that you do so at once. Ward reached here early in tho weok announcing the death of Kowle Pike, who died at his home in Louisville, after an illness of The deceased several weeks. raves a wife who was a sister of our townsman James McaJows. V: T'. Hicks, who bought if bunch of short horn cattle to stock his farm at Wildie, brought them home a few days since and it certainly looks good to seo a drove of such cattle feeding on a Rockcastle farm. Mr. Hicks bought over $3,000 worthy 1 "rif-- r '2h "? Dear father: Have arrived O. K. Am liking the life just fine. Nothing like it. Don't worry, will write you a letter later. Answer. Co. 360, Barracks 842, Reg 8. Camp Decatur, Great Lakes, 111. June 9, 1918. J. H. Griffin. Foil Sale:- -- As I am building on another place I want to sell my two aero lot at Burr. Houso of throe 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 Thko Piog. - A word to the wise should always be sufficient. If you want to receive the full benefits and all the profit there is in your milk and cream, then get ready to take care of it. Read the ad of Shafer & Roberts on thi page, call them over the 'phone and let them tell you how to do it. It is money to you. Seventy-on- o expert mechanics, and graduated at the trained Kelly Field Enlisted Mechanics Training Department, will be come members of a "show" squadron, a modol Air Service unit, which tho War Department will station at Boiling Field, near Washington, D. 0 Bryan Perkins is one of tho a, Tho following announcement has beon received by friends here: Mr. 'and Mrs. Alphonso Kelly invito you to be present at tho marriage of their daughter Kathleen to Mr. Dandridge H. Lyon on Thursday afternoon the' twenty- fifth of July One thousand nine hundred and eighteen at half past five o'clock Methodist Church Lebanon, Kentucky. D. M. Cross bought a bunch of lambs from different parties near here yesterday. If those farmers who have not given any attention to sheep raising could have been present and seen Walter Henderson pull down between $45 and $50 for three Iambs, would certainly open their eyes. Farmers this is one of tho best coun ties in the state for raising sheep. Why not try it? WALNUT LOGS WANTED. Stocks for U. S. Army Rifles. All walnut purchased by this company goes directly Into Government work at our mills and factory at Louisville, Ky., and New Albany, Ind. Log dealers and owners of standing timber writo us what walnut you can furnish. Address Co., Inc., 7oo First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Lexington, Ky. July 18 3t. Wood-Masi- ao -- t In car load lots. For Uun The County Agent will make a summary of tho entire county which will be an accurate report of tho county. Everybody In the county is asked to in taking this survey. EveryMr. R. F. Sponce, our County body is wanting to know Agent wishes to have a meeting HOG CHOLERA. of the Ltvo Stock and AgriculEvery farmer of tho county tural Committeo on Saturday should kcop his eyes upon his July 20th at his offico over U. G.'l hogs. Keep the lice off of them, Baker's store. This mooting is worms out of them, and plenty of very important as he wishes to of good water to drink, with good make arrangements to start a food to sustuin tho bodies in campaign for tho wheat crop, and healthful conditions. If hogs get it would be well for not only rfio sick the well hogs should be. talc committee, but those interested en from tho sicic hogs, and if in wheat growing to call at his cholera is suspicionod vaccinaoffico on Saturday afternoon. Mr. tion bo done Immediately. Tho War ,Conferenco to bo Carmackel, our County Stock In-- , held here on August 6th is going spector will bo rcad to answer to bo a very important meeting any call for vaccination of hog!!. We will have some of the best For further information wiito war workers in the State for your County Agent. Get bullespeakers, among them we expect tins at his office on sheep, hogs, to have Lieut. Governor James sweet clover and other informaD. Black, who is very enthusiastion the Government furnishes. tic and will make us a splendid Robt. F. Spcnce, speech. This will be the greatest County Agent. meeting held in this county since For Sale: 8 or lo good buck the beginning of the war, and lambs at 2o each. First come we hopo that, tho people can arfirst served. range their business, so as to atW. J. Sparks Company. tend all three of the meetings, By R. L. Langford, and get better acquainted with Farm Supt, the war situation. Margaret Ellen Chastcen and The coal situation is going to son, Harry Chasteen, charged to be serious in this county. with tho murder of her husband, Some parties have ordered coal Abe Chasteen were held over by shipped in, and the miners roport Magistrate Freeman Ketron in that they are more than four the sum of $5oo each, which they months behind with their orders. gave. Many of our local miners are going away to work, and wo most Stoke Hilton, who is a Magisearnestly insist on every person trate in Harlan, was here this that possibly can, having tlietn weok and sqid iihiPP.O.irpJ&Jsj coal house tilled at once. The not Only doing well at hisTVork change of times will make it im- in the mine: but is daily practicpossible for the coal to be sup- ing law in his court. plied in tho old way, of just a CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS load as it was needed. Have the These tablets are intended esroads worked over which coal is troubles, to be hauled and insist on the pecially for stomach coal haulers keeping busy at this biliousness and constipation. It season of tho year, or there will you havo any troubles of this be a coal famine in Rockcastle. sort, give them a trial and realize for yourself what a first class NOTICE. 10 Registered Red Berkshire medicine will do for you. They Pigs given away by The Citizens only cost a quarter. Bank, Brodhead, Ky. All boys residing within tha temtoay DEBTS COLLECTED served by the Bank that is within Notes, Claims the age limit, eight to sixteen, aro Accounts, anywhere in thoof all kinds collected entitled to share in these gifts charges unledd wo collect. world No Reference: Send or give names to A. M. Hiatt, Fanners National Bank. Writo us. Ky. Contest Hay's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. Cashier. Brodhead, will close July 27, 1918. Office: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. Mr. David Baker and Mrs. Pearlio oHalcomb were married For Sale: Two good town this week. lots adjoining in Mt. Vernon. Good room cottage, barn, everythe Farmers of thing 4handy. Terms ea3y. T. T. Meadows. Rockcastle County Rev. James Barnes will preach SHEEP. in a grove on J. B Livesay's farm In the name of our Government near No. i tunnel, Sunday, July 1 want to appeal to the farmers 2 st, at 2 p m. of Rockcastle county to keep all Hysinger-Howard.- Mr. Wade their ewes and ewe lambs. We haven't but a very few sheep in Hysinger and Miss Julia Howard, Rockcastle county, and I want to of Crab Orchard, motored over to ask for the sake of the county and Stanford and wore married Saturgood of the people that wo keep day, July 6th. Miss Howard is what we have until we get a bet- the daughter of Mr. Ben Howard, ter start in sheop. A few sheep and is one of Lincoln county's Mr. will give the farmer a larger In most popular young ladies. come than .'n any other investment Hysinger is the son of Mr. D. that he makes. Let us make the Hysinger and ono among tho slogan of our county "A Few most progressive farmers of this Wo oxtonu to mem our Sheep For Every Farmer". Any place. wishes to purchase a heartiest congratulations. farmer that pure bred Shropshire buck, I will HAS PURCHASED HOME be glad to . locate such a sheep. Miss Ellon E Butner, formerly We should bo able to put on the a prominent teacher of the "Blue market something lico 10,000 Grass State, ' has purchased of J. sheep annually. Sheop growing L Reed his home on South is the biggest industry RockGrandview avenuo. Tho deal castle county can engugo in.thore-forwas mado direct. Miss Butner let me appeal to every indi takes possession today. vidual farmer to buy a few sheep. Miss Butner for the past two Sow sweet clover and begin to years and a half has successfully stock the county with sheep, and conducted tho Gray Gables at bees will naturally follow sweet North Seabreeze beach, and her Bees are now starving clover. affable disposition and courteous to death in this county. and business like ways have won AQRlCULTlUtAL. SURVEY OF for her many friends among the UOCKCASTLlt COUNTY. guests of the hotel and business Tho time has come when we peoplo of the beach communities, must know what we havo in the who will bo glad to learn that sho county. Such as farmers, ownors has become a permanent resident Daytona News, or routers, acorago and yield per of tho beach. Fla. acre of corn, wheat, oats, rye, Daytona, buckweat, and etc, Horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, and etc. In order to find this out a plan has been figured out by the County Agent and put before the Board of Education which was approved by the Board and County Superintendent. It was also placed before the teachers of the county and approved by the teachers, Tho official blanks will soon bo sent to tho teachers, and teachers will give them to tho farmors of tho district Each .farmer will be asked to fill out those blanks and return them to the teacher. The teacher then will make a summary of his or her district FOR FLETCHER'S and turn it In to the County COUNCIL OF NATIONAL Agent. DEFENSE "! Hart, Schaf f ner & Marx ;.3V-Ii wira iiiiiiii Yaa Uajya You can get a tolerably good suit of CLOTHES clothes in mostany store, but suppose your wife served you with a couple of tolerably good eggs, would you eat them ? . N 1 The point is, why be satisfied with half-wa- y style half- way workmanship and y fit, when it a doesn't cost a cent more to get a hundred percent in all three ? half-wa- It's all right - to play a hundred-to-on- e shot on a horse if you want to gamble, but why gamble on dark. horses in the doming business when you can put your money on a sure thing ? Come to us for HART, SOHAFFNER & MARX Clothes and you make no mistake LEADmoj o-- THE CASH STORE To BB.miw N THE NAMES THE TIRE "Hay There" BIG CAR CHOICE 1 havo absolute confidence In the O : J Tires. They uro the product ot oM experU enceii tiro makers who stand back of eery tiro they put out. "Tho tins ride easily: are tint nnt in mmcture : nrotect you from skidding and all In all to my mind aro the best tires to use." This Is only one of many hundreds of users' opinions. you can nave um same satisfaction If your car be G& J means that I can "I wouldn't swap my G & J Tires for any Why? tires maile. because THE NAME BEHIND THE TIRE Timothy Hay JUST IN $1.80 PER CWT. ORDER FOR WHILE IT LASTS WE AUK ALSO PREPARED TO FILL YOUR SPECIAL HOG and MULE DAIRY and POULTRY FEEDS Treat your Stock to sonic of our Specialties aiul watch i cm sumo. a& J TIRES Atted with Call on us. Write us Phone us o J. P. SEIPPIH i imrxrr L I ZXXZEHK SOLD BY THE 8 JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD. KY. LY Cream Separator WILL ADD ONE-THIR- D H MORE CREAM DAILY Wo guarantee this result to every user of the Lily Soporator. GRANVILLE OWENS COMPLETE LINEOF Coffins, Caskets & Robed Mail, Telegraph or Telo Undertaker B88m hone Price $65.00 Let us demonstrate one of these in your homo and prove to you that it is money for you. Sold on guarantee to bring these results. Call on us for demonstration. Order s Promptly Filled Children Dry CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Shafer !i1 & Brodhead, Ky. Roberts i KETEIZXZ saiXr i tXzzshk K' ra?$8Z i mmi V VHM'",iVl)iT1iri'riliHr We have of lx kr tMWJim for l ti ii ,? - $4. to $8. per Day YOU Can MAKE Above WAGES DAILY Untie Dnn," Howaid wrlttei, by Croir, prcrljcnt of the Uilv.r-tn- l ll.itjry Training League, ct wit th tills Is the flrit Vney tell In o graphic w.iy why military training la of value, t:tli to His nation and to the Individual, and our readers will find them of iiniiiii.il Interest. War by Mr. terlsi li'ki, interftt'rc artl rrrenattl t LIVINGSTON Loading MINED Coal EXPERIENCE NOT MACHINE WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN ttumber Ona America Must Floht Hard or German) Mny Win Neceislty for Mill- tary Training. "Now, IlllUe." said his mother, "youi Utnle Iiui l coming tomorrow ti ipi'iiil n weelc with us on the rami. iii: If jou want to Know nliout the win her'o'a our opportunity. Uncle Dnn t lut probably one of the Illllle cluppul h! In the country." IniniN mill Riivc such n whoop Unit l wnl.eneil the hilhy. hut whit tmiM M ho who . e.pcct of v a IMng Interrogation polut mid wnut to know nhout wnr? Untie Dnn nrrlcd In ilue tlnio wutiheU for tin opportunity. e.inio thnt evening nfter dinner whu Uncle Dan hud lighted u dear m tiit.cn u teat on the pnri.li. . "I'm inlchty plnd you came. I wnntlo ttill: to you ubout il. wnr. Wc have Ju- -t put military ttuli Ini; In our township lilnh uchool, In we hud a hard time to do It. Ill' Imieses mid the Crews objected. The "aid the war wouldn't come mer her. (huudtim Jones said: They ain't in ice to worrit, It will soon blow over. Well, we put the training In Jmt tl You orter heard Judge I!ro" :ime. iv'K( f ' 'TJf'iafA.: lo the Flackers up. He paid unless, v take off our coats mid go to It, tier many may yet win. and If sho does, tl will take over the great British fleet a a wnr trophy mid compel uh to do wh.i' eer she wants to; thut sho could anil u1! pay nil the cost of the wur; t! kaiser could tax us'ns he plensed nil. that we couldn't help ourelves. lit could make eery one pay over a pm of v hnt he earns ; thnt ho could mak the farmers pay rent Tor their ow fiirins, etc. Now, Uncle, what do yn think of that?" "Well, my boy," snld Uncle Pm "nil thnt Judge llrowncll snys nilgli easily come true nnd may unless we e quickly to the nld of the allies wli large numbers of men nnd help the brenk the German line. Unless we a. bent tho submarines, they may pi vent us from getting enough food t' h: allies to keep them going. In thn' nso Germany would win. As matter tnml today, our greatest need I rnllud men. If we hail had sever, iillllons of men Willi military trulnln lu our Industries mid ou our faun rthen tho war came, who couh 'mvu been called nt vico for fcervUv." lo not believe tho kaiser would Inn. fnroj'il the wnr upon us. As It was, h had no lespeet for us, and now wo ai In It und must go through with It. Du never ngnln must we bo caught m wholly unprepmed. "There Is only one pafc way," Fal Uncle Dan, "and thnt Is to adopt pet iiinnently unlversul military training ipply it to eery young man who U phyblrully fit, say In his nineteenth o twentieth yeur. Tho training can b carried forwaid In the United Slate training camps that are now hilng established for training men called b the selective draft. As boon as thesi iiien ncllto these stations, they shoul'' be filled by younger men, nnd thU should be made tho permanent policy of the country." nillle'R mother, Mrs. Grnhnm, had overheard the conversation. Sho came out nnd said: "Iteally, Brother Dan, me you serious as to the dangers of our country? If It Is ns bad as thai, l s high tlu.o for us to v.al.o up mid dc something about It." "Rxnctly." replied Uncle Dan. "It Is better to wake up now than to In. 'idely awakened later. We may a? well undeiNtaud, sister, that this la our iMir and we must-wiit or God hel) America. Everything that wo hav .ir hope to havt. our liberties, oui ilesslngs, our opportunllles are all In nlfed lu tho great 1muo before us. a.'othlng must stand between us and winning this wnr. It Is a question whether tho peoples' light or tho kaP hit's might shall dominate tho world, If thero ever wns a holy war, this Is it. We nro lighting for world llhirty. Wc nro lighting for the freedom ol humanity. Wo ore fighting for the right of men to govern .themselves of being governed ngnlnst their will by n overlord. Perilous .lines nro abend of us. Wo must be prepared to make any sacrifice, to perform any scrvlco that may bo required of us." I "Oh, Uncle Dnn," exclaimed Billle, ,"muy 1 bilng my chum, Jlimulo Collins, when wo have our nest talk? He 'is a bug ou this war business und just crazy to see you." "Certainly," fcnld Undo Dan, with a hearty laugh. "If we are to have more talks, I shall bo glad to buvo Jliiimle Join us." nillle clapped nis hands and ran to tho 'phono and told Jlmmlo to be over at seven o'clock the next evening. liflccn-our-ol1 Unci-Him- (Continued from 1st pngc.) Tlie baltle now k rngiiiK, yt's, by . dny nnd night, tv?t's be up und doing and not afraid to light ; CO.- Ln's go buy bonds nnd .'tuiipi et- nnd do our little mile, Pull oil our glovu.s mid collars und enter in the fight. It matters not how proud we tire, or low .stingy or'tighl, Let' pull oft our finery and go help ) tf.. Cl. ..... t !!!.! t t , t III tt I ,,,,,,, If I a t' tI 4 wwsw t !I tItIt! tltM1tMt1?Mttt!ltt!!tltIltl! " i Food will Win the DON'T WASTE IT PWSII ! I n llll'l. RAISE IT O !! UMIIIMI-I- W IS11.T Willi P.I11 e... Be a . Producer As Well as Consumer NECESSARY ; Seam six and a half feet high. no All clean. Good roof wet places. Good boarding house, reasonable rates. lltivo-- them light. Perhaps wo can kill a Hun or two, somo day or night, And our friends then i.ill say, lie is not afraid to light ; So don't mnlce excuses for you know that isn't right, For if you RAISE LIVE STOCK mid POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH 1 s 11 to e. .. .- .- PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PART OK A LL yon cam. f Money in tlio pockt burns, 4 Iatjit Your canwlli'd in Hiss Peoples Bank. 4 Opon up a cliiioking upcount with us, cliuclcs returiKid will show whore your money litis gone, nnd tliey will spur you on lo save for tho hotter things of life. don't want to go, just I'in - r taa 1 say nin too proud lo fight. W. B. and C. .1. Rice are in 1 e..- - available for men with families. Apply at once, in person, phono or write to ft1 w Iiohm'm WALLINS CREEK COLLIERIES COMPAN Y Wallins Creek, - Kentucky K. B. Leo Mullins, cinnati this week. who is interested in cal mining, in Knox county, was with home act... We see that the folks Sunday. ..... Mt Vornon Signal concedes tint :..; Livingston loads in buyiug War Saving Stamps. We liavu hIwim s told yot: fill that Livingston was tho bot little town on earth, so Mt. both and talto Version and Hrodhead you go way back and set down, let Livingston in front and tho lead. INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS o. PEOPLES BANK a MTVERNON, KV; WE PAY ti 11 lVvwawvvwwwwvv o a ::: iJtis)aoos)oeoieoBas)s)ss)sii)es)9S)rs).. . tst:s:j: 1 . 11 . 1 .. 1 ::::::::::::. . 1 1 1 ::;:::::: r,v : 1 .::s ... , WINKLER. (Sen. Supt. I XXZZ2XZ2S5K Aj 8 bah ME JKrli Argument in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful mt'chniiU's always come here lor theirs. You don't' have to be told the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND SEE. t' "'' There is more I'ntarrh in this section oi" tho country than all ollior diseases put together, and forjearsltwus supposed to ho prescribed Doctors incurable local remedies, and by constantly failing to cute with local treat tuent, pronounced it incurable. ci!i)!iki?.iite,!''kf--t--.,i- : influenced by constitutional eon. ditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured remedy, Is takon internally and acts thru the blood on the Mucous Surfaces Hundred of the system. One Dollars reward is offered for any case that Hall's Caiarrh Midi-cinfalls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills fur constipa tion. BANK STATKMKNT. Repoit of tlie condition of The I'irst s at the town Statu llauk, dolu of I.lvinslon, county of Roekcastle, State of Kentucky, at tho clodo of business oa 25th day of June, l'JIS : l:ii'-uu- PUBLIC SALE 4wr'wnw As I tfffKtgatrrf of- 9&imsri&&u"M - am ca.Iled to the Colors of .'',Wii. I by V, J. Cheney & Co Ohio, is a constitutional , Toledo, WILL ON Saturday AT o 0 O'CLOCK, mf July 27, 1918 AT MY PLACE KNOWN AS THE 1 8 c. Mt. Vernon, c. cox 8 WADE LEVISAY PLACE ON THE BRODHEAD AND HIATT ROAD Three and Brodhead, One-Ha- lf Opoosite Court House AOJXEZnXLTnm Miles from Mt, Vernon and Sell to . the highest and best bidder, KF.SOUHCKS Loana nnd Discounts Overdrafts, secured and secured Stock, Ilouds ami other ... .the following: $ 22,251 77 31 50 unSe- curities Due from llankn Cash on hand Check1, anil other cash items Hanking Ilouttc, Furniture and Fixtlticd 3,000 00 13,257 71) 2,j:!9 01 52 00 2.5S5 33 41,120-l- Total Wild-- tlio W$m$lk I VdMmM' thing m mrYourRoors I.lAHIMTinS. Capital Stock laid in, ill caHh f 13,800 00 Undivided Profits, less ex- 221 05 penyvs and taxes paid ... . I Deposits Hubject 2ll,S95 81 30,095 81 to cheek 4,200 00 J Timo Deposits.. Total One Jersey Cow, 7 years old, One Jersey Heiffer, 4 months old, My Household and Kitchen Furniture,, some Tools, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE: ten dollars a bankable note and secuiity. Ten dollars and under cash in hand, all ov Until you've tried finishing your floors with Hanna's Lustro - Finish you do not know what an easy matter it is, and how inexpensive. No. matter how worn and scarred your floors may be, Lustro-Finis- h covers up all the defects gives a floor the bright, lustrous finish of hard wood. and Also the perfect finish for woodwork, furniture, and every interior wood surface. Comes in nearly a dozen popular wood colors. Sold By: County of Hoekeaatle. f nLl1 We, I, H. Davis and C. C. 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