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VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 9 1918 NUMBER 46 FRED McFERRON IN FRANCE Somewhere, in France, July 8, I9I8. Dear Mother and Father: Just received two letters, ono from vou and Georgia and one from Georgia alone. Certainly glad to get them and to know vou all are getting along so nicely. It is getting summer over here, the weather not very hot yot. Franco is much like tho states tho tho buildings .are all stono or brick. We are at the front doing our bit as we have a chance, tho I am stationed back of tho line a little now, but not so far but what tho shells iind their way still behind us, tho wo don't mind a str.iy shell once and a while. I sure had a fine trip over and I guess, passed between home and heaven, Scotland and Ireland. We could sec both coasts all day and they both looked beautiful to me naturally, for I had not seen any land for quite awhile. The water was still as a mill pond .and looked, harmless. Every eye was open looking for a Sub, tho none appeared. I saw quite a few things in England of note and I only wish I could tell you more, but who win ue tiie noxt uenreseniauve trom tue jMevemu. tie I will tell you soon for I am planning on being home soon. defeated Hon. D. C. Edwards by about 2.000. You ask me about the Red Cross and Y. M. C. A., and I am SATUR-DAY'- S in good shape to tell you about them both for I have just come from the two places and I feel much better now for I first had a bath and then a new clean outfit S9Bf o of clothes at the Red Cross, then twUPM u 5 g 2 ?. S g 5 a I wont to the Y. and got a glass somev jcakes of. imonade-an... .,.. lemouado still 5 cts a glass. , . ima oj t The Red Cross is our homo Oceans of love, over bore for us boys are like pH on Fkkd. Fop school boys and tear and rip our For For Fop Congress Road Tax clothes and . lose our Alfred V. Mcferron, U.S.Scnator U S.Snator buttons Democratic Republican Yet No Republican Forces Ticket Ticket quite often for at one miuute you 30" F. S. Bn. Araex. Exp. Ticket In care Chief Signal .Officer. 28 112 20 will be resting fine and the next East Mt. Veruon 75 57 4 2 West Mt. Vernon.... 4 31 112 32 77 62 minato you will bo going at 1 82 6 38 Round Stone 2 9 breakneck speed for a dugout try19 49 37 .. 49 14 12 Scaffold Cauo 69 25 4 70 ... 3 66 ing to got your gas mask and Mr- - aud Mrs. Henry Taylor and Crooked Creek 14 5 43 '3 S 12 Orlnndo 32 15 4 3 '3 48 helmet on at the same time and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter, of 88 20 89 if there is some barbed wire Shelby, wero the guests of Dr. 4 67 67 Livingston 2 40 19 66 2 46 46 Walnut Grove 13 25 3 ..120 around and it happens to get in and Mrs.W.F. Carter from Thurs 8 18 84 your way you will need a new Browns 14 43 3 40 50 day until Monday. -- Mr. and Mrs. 1 60 28 22 22 64 South Brodhead . . . . 54 37 6l pair of trousers sure, and maybe Rosco Pike, of Danville, were with 2 12 36 Powers 55 4 18 .. 19 36 a shirt too. Just a little nap his parents, Rev. and Mrs A. J. 37 Pine Hill 25 13 40 a6 pening that happened to one of Pike last week. Dr. M. PenningWildie 71 15 50 34 77 3 4 1 1 2 Red Hill 5 our men. He dociaeu lie woulu 53 13 40 50 ton, U.G.Baker and R. L. McFor 1 66 North Brodhead 5 19 37 37 23 19 find a bettor place to sleep so it ron were down from Mt.Vernou happened to be easy found, tho last Friday. Chas. Lewis reTotals 25 234 929 272 561 718 13 329 678 a bit out of tho way, tho he did turned to his homo in Oklahoma Majority 144 340 219 657 Plurality not mind the distance and passed aftor spending several days with 157 several peaceful nights in his Pur Rigsby and other relatives now home beforo ho was dis- - here. Mrs. O. M. Nicholson, and . tu rbnd hv the Moon" pun firp Miss MOR'uUll. U'llU' of eight inch shells shrapnel. Mrs. Otis Robinson, and daughter, About eleven, o'clock when Jerry Miss Margaret, daughters of J.V. decided to give us a few, and McCall, of Mt. Vernon, were here naturally we were all asleep, several days this week tho guests but we were all soon awake and of Mrs. J. J. Albright. Cashier the fellow that had gone to tho and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt aro rejoicing other place to sleop also woke up over tho recent arrival of their in a scramblo for his gas mask first born, a baby girl, Grounds, and clothes so he could got to christened Dorothy Vornon. It a dugout where we wero. Being is said that Mr. Hiatt, who is MORNING SESSION in the dark and excited, ho got Is rather small in stature, stands Kov. L,. N. Bowling all tangled up and put his shoes 9:45 Devotions full six feet and tips the scales at . Rev. M. G. Fish on wrong, Igot his helmet and 10:00 President's Address two Hundred pounds in his imag"The Condition of Our Bible Schools." mask and made a record run. for ination. Mrs. H,E. Christie, who 10:20 Appotutment of Committoos by the President. our dugout, but tho race was all has been visiting her sister, Mrs. :. A. M. Hiatt off when he hubed a door facing 10:25 Ten minutes talk on Teacher Training John Evans and brother, J. Ben 10:35 Ten minutes talk on Missionary Education. . , .Chas 0. Davis and caught bis trousers on a Pike, in Detroit for tho past seven Mis. W. J Sparks nail and when he did get in his weoks, returned homo the first of 10:45 Ten minutes tallc on Our Paper '. . . . Kov. Horace Kingsburg 10:55 State Workers Message pants wero badly torn and his the week. Her sister, Mrs. Evans "The Bible School and Christian Citizenship." pulse suro was a going. Ho got and children, accompanied her 1 a trip to tho Rod Cross and got and will be here several weeks 30 Convention Offering Cheerful and Liberal. a new pair of trousors. 11:35 Roll Call of Schools conducted by State Worker. with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. They have stations close to the A. J. Pike, and other relatives and 11:50 Dovotlonal Service fortDur Boys at the Front. 12:00 Adjournment for Lunch. front lines and you ought to see friends. Mr.and Mrs. F. L Durhow glad tho boys are when they ham and llttlo son, Master Austin AFTERNOON SESSION. come from the front lino. They Sparits, wore bore from Mt. Ver 1:30 Devotions. take a good hot bath and get a non, Sunday, the guests of her 1:45 Business Sossion of clothes out and out, parents, Mr.and Mrs. J, F. Wat W. H. Fish full suit (a) Secretary's Report and when they walk out of tho son. Mr.and Mrs.Bronston Elder Committee Reports Chairmen (b) Rev, J. W. Masters Red Cross station they feel fine wero up from Stanford, Sunday, 2:30 Fifteen rnlnutos Address and look llko they were built with relatives. Master Gravely '"The Service of the Church to the Community.' J.W.Brown now again. Thou they aro ready Farris Tharp, of Junction City, is 2:45 Fifteen miuuto Address for a few days rest in some spending several days with his "Tho Servico of the Church to the Nation. ' Rev. H. T. Young French town where there aro cousin, Master Willlo Cass. Mis. minute Address 3:00 Fifteen some amusements to take their Win. Francisco, who has'4yeti in "The Service of the Church to the World. mind off tho game of war and Harlan county for sovoralTnonths, 1:1s Conference conducted by State Worker Rev. Horace Kingsbury give a tired soldier a real life whoro Mr. Francisco holds a good again, yet he is still in the neigh- position, returned to their home "What has this Convention meant to me, and borhood of a Red Cross station here, Sunday. Mr. Francisco will What will it mean to my Church and School." that is ready to give their aid in Notice In order to have a Banner county every school must be ; anyway that will make a soldiers coutlnuo his work lu Harlan for several months perhaps before rerepresented and must have a written report showing an offering for life happy. We get plenty to turning homo. Miss Mildred Rob Home Missions. Lot us make Rockcastle a Banner County. eat and plenty of tobacco and ins is spending the woek with her Uome, bring a good report of your school and a full basket. tho Y. furnishes plonty of read. (aunt, Mrs Fred Durban: In Mt, - JUDGE J. M. ROBSION OFFICIAL VOTE IN LAST PRIMARY -- - JLfc&iliJtotfSir.i j " ? d . ing pictures, refreshments when they can got them. The Y men takes, papers and all kinds 6f reading matter, cigarettes and candy to the men in tho trenches. You can see from this that us boys over hero aro not suffering for any thing aud not even scarce. Eggs are 70 cts per dozen, tobacco cheaper than in tho states, and we- - are Issued so much tobacco each week., Bread Is scarce among the civilians, tho we have plenty and so do they, and plenty of potatoes. I am glad that Henry and "Wain have become so patriotic and you can tell them to stay homo for they aro needed there aiid I will try and give enough for three. Our boys aro there and the Bodies know it and I long for tho day when our array, gets a hit at that Hindcnburg line or nnv other line they might call at. I have seen our air planes do some fine work aud 1 hope liow soon we have a large number. I never had better health and I hope you all will enjoy tho same tiii - vatoasw," Web wiU- be at an early date I thitik. I hope all the good peoplefreal- izes how much their assistance benefits the soldiers and especial ly tho Red Cross members 'who are doine the errcatest work I think of any organization in 4 the world. Tell the Red Cros'syjjem-Der- s us .boys suro appreciate we nave a co Knowing stream ot warm clothes a from you good mothers across the sea, and if Iv.everget back to Mt. Vernon L,'wJirb very anxious to "tee 'tin? Cros(3 and tell them a&bwtgnK uuuuii rrauue aim uiu wurtt'ia best I can POR THRIPT'S SAKE "Plenty of paint makes things what they aim " says the eamoffuer. BUT THERE'S THE BIG PAINT TRUTH, WITHOUT ANY CAMOFLAGE PAINT KEEPS THINGS Evcrp drop ot good Paint, properly applied, fills dry, hungry pores of the wood, and makes a sealed surface, outside or inside the house, that protects and preserves, and is sanitary. -- As They Arethe PAINT THE PAINT BRUSH STOPS THE DETERIORATION OF PROPERTY AND TKK OePfttVlSKYiON OH VALUES WE CARRY A FULL LINE PAINT COME IN AND SEE US. PAINT KY. W. F. BAKER Vernon. THB BLUE MT.VERNON. KNOS Opposite Court Houso PRNT 1 ? Everett Watson were at home ( - Everett 'Delaney and SPF.NCF.ll. rre.ldeat C1IAS.G. lUltltH, Vice I'rc.lJroI II. U. LIMJbUY. SecrcUijr " -- . ; BR O DH EAD 1 1 PROGRAM FOR THE ddui-luui- ANNUAL CONVENTION CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND BIBLE SCHOOLS Mt.Vernon Fair Thursday, Adg. 29 1 from West Point, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Owens, of Cincin- - J Cinnati, are- with. 'relatives "here v.. Mr..B&dM rsLHe'nry" .tbs.week Missouri, are at Level Price, of Green with his father who is very A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY with his 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PostoflTice sick. Mr. Price-wafather when Mrs. Price received Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Servico All who desire to qualify for either cr both lines of news of her father's death, and ho positions. joined her here. Mrs. Prico is a employment should write for full information at once. daughter of the late John Riddle. Roy Owens, who has been working in Cincinnati for several months is at home and will enter school at the beginning of tho When wo get summer term. our Livingston friend close after For our customers in each article here he comes back by saying wo aro hysterical and that we allow our anger to get tho best of us, when ' y'(l. Lawns worth 15c a yard now the fact is we make it so hot for a ym'd. Voiles worth 30c a yard now him that ho got hysterical and imil TM' Foulards worth 30c u yard now agined it was us. He announces 25 inch Pcrcals worth 25c yard now 1 In very plain terms that he is one 36 inch Pcrcals worth 30c a yard now hundred per cent American, and worth 25c a yard now Ginghams that when he is included in tho worth 30c a yard now Ginghams draft age ho will volunteer his and a yard. Nainsook services to his country. So far 36 inch Kino Silk Tallctta $1 .SO a yard might do that now, as wo know he a yard. to Plaid and stniiod silk TauVtas, $1 why wait until called. Sonio peoGood quality 36 inch Black TnHota ll ' ple are continually calling attou-tioRest quality 36 inch Black Tall'eta il yanl 1 to their own importance. No n .Y!m'- 36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors doubt it is necessary. $1 !l )'"' Slimmer Kool Silks iu beautiful plaids $1 CATAHRH CANJNOT .BE hardly necessary to emphasizo the fact that these It's CURED. prices taico 011 doublo significance this year Malco it your economic duty to take advantago of them. with Local Applications, as I hoy seat of tho discannot reach the ease. Catarrh is a local diseaso greatly influenced by constitu tional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine is taken internally and acts through tho blood on the mucous surfaces of tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medlclno was prescribed by ono of tho cost physicians in this .country for years. It is composed of some of tho best tonics combined with some of the best blood purifiers. Tho perfect combination of the ingre dients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such won deaful rosults in catarrhal condi 12 to J 6 inches; per 100 tions. Send for testimonials free. & Co., Props, Toledo, F.J. Cheney J 7 to 18 inches, per 100 O. All Druggists, 7sc. Hall's FamliyPills for constipa 19 to inches, per 100 tion. inches, 6.00 per 100 21 to Fou Salk: 8 or lo good buck per 100 23 inches and up, lambs at $2o each. First come first served. Common $ 8. per 1 ,000 W. J. Sparks Company. By U. L. Langford, 28. per 1,000 Good Farm Supt, .":Jd s i f x' sfflr ft i l & &rjMjffjfsfA Commercial School s THRIFT MESSAGE Advertised 11 THERE'S A 25c 10c 25c 25c 30c -- 20c 20c 25c 5c n $1.35 .60 $2. .75 .00 .00 JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD WANTED TIMBER $4.00 5.00 6.00 8.00 20 22 BLACK WALNUT OAK AND WILL POPLAR DKUVKRBD ON YARD CASTOR I A For Infants and Children BUY ASH OR HICKORY KY. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bean the Snatuio of 2i4Z L. V. MURRELL Phone 84 MT. VERNON, ' 90i 1 WWMMW "l hJKm slilu-me- r in h in m T ' '..i.-nt- .1, .i. iiiiinnmiiO'i ,i mm ii. )KT'WPWIi'W" if lows tobacco ao every Held of to'tiinulato.t through Its that rw tobacco this tfith the farmnrr. should lit' sown to w licit ll uto .sli'Mild be sown to wheat U. S. PRESSING NEED "Early In tho war whon Ilussls. mutt this fall and the farmer who this fall as wheat does will l ici. great offensive and ponetrntod fields in FOR CAVALRY HORSES 'nut Prussia," said Ool. Fair In rou I'kidaY, Aiiff y, lyiH lowing tobacco. A IiiImuui field fails to sow his tobacco fmlon, "tho announcement wns nuL wlieat will not be doing his best tli.it is not sown to whea will le 'hat (lormsny deplorod tho less of 20, to it'ive his country. field. slacker Publiiktd tvciy I'tiday by J00 choice maros from ono of ltn most btuhiile fields that are to bo Net Only For ImmediateForWar rte-- famous breeding studs mora than nny Only the EDGAR S. Al.llRIGIIT. best seed wheat quIremenU, But Uicr misfortune connoctod with tho should ho sown and the ratonf iu who it should be plowed early, the Future. I am ready to subscribe to ..mpalgn of August at tho ncntlmput that ouch n numb, r of $tM seediiiK should be fiotu i to .' before lh' SjnSCkll'TION ONK VKAK bushels per acru. The Kentuc- the latest, us wheat will not do 'Washington, D. C, July 8. The task .ho proper typo of mnro would lip to us today. To Germany of hornltiK Undo Sam's troopers In ono ii a fresh plowed field. ky Experiment Station has prov ilh whoso horso wastage Is greater thnn Advertising t ates viaae known on en that the best variety is the Fai'iners should plow now the of tho problums ot tho day,' tt la not tthnt of Hiiy other country, thoy would ifjtUation Jersey Fully.. Wheat should titflds that they will sow in wheat Mono a matter of supplying a sulllclent 'ip priceless. Tho Jockey Cluh, its cavalry Jhnlrman, Major August Ilolmont, K. not be sown too deep. The right and umld nnke nrramjemonts number of remounts tor tho mbroso Clark, Honry T. Oxnard and arm of tho service for presont day J inches. depth is from i to early to secure a sufficient quail nootls. The question of a reserve of many othors have donated or loanod to MKMIIKK OF should be tity of the lust seed wlieat that tho 1 roper typo for the futuro bulks tho Government for a term of oars All seed wheat KENTUCKY J'RKS.S ASSOCIATION norvoi of tho typo to benefit the treated with blue stone or forma can be obtained and should or lurge Ii! tho foreground. Col. John S. Jin to prevent smut, because tiie der now tho phosphate fertilizer Kalr ot the Qunrtermastor Corps has Horsoa of Thoroughbred Type the Best. I. lout. Col. M. C. Ilrlstol Is another wheat KIBI.D THAT FIGHTS that tliuy will require for iheir this most important work In hand for of tho Government romount Delay means failure and tho KoJcral Government. Col. Fair It KOR KKHKUOM will harbor no crop who is n bellovcr In in tho wlieat ciop fiom In Intimate touch with horso condi- loiiHchoM blood In failuies smut the trooper's mount. tions throughout tho Unttod States, The field that needs phosphor ill save natural causes will be and no man speaks with greater knowl- Jol. Ilrlstol has had much to do with ho selection uf the stallions whlcl. edge of the country's noods In the matus, and this means every .held in cvi boon Inaugurated at Front Itoynl, The hungry world is sUiiding ter of riding horso type. Ho roalbzoa richest in Kentucky except the a and Forts Reno and Keogh In quick, actlvo famiOM.IK M. JAMKS. tod,v on the dojr sups of the that It Is from thothoroughbred standand Montana, roHpoctlvcl). He s region and some the lies of which the The vote which Senator Jutnes, river bottom lands, will be given American firtnei cring for food ard brod and Morgan aro representa- .nd thnno working under his supervision have been oxtremoly though virtually without opposl an application from zoo to and the fanners of Kentucky will tives, that the romount supply must bo .uaklng their selections. Nocaroful In 400 Saturday's prim pounds of Acid fhospiutes, tiswcr this cry by raising a drawn. Col. fair's plea tor nn acceler- jr bad temperod animals havo unsound tion. polled in been campaign of remount production a horso was ary is a striking denionstration of Steamed Hone Meal or Basic bumper crop of wheat for they ated carry weight with breeders In and wheno'-cshould racing record he the t'stoum in which he is held Slag and" the patriotic farmer know ilinty BULLETS FROM overy part of tho Union and make found ulth a go ,vas pioferred to another of oquil thorn eager to assist the Government. by i lie Democrats of Kentucky : fwill order his fertilizer early BRKAD ARE AS IMPORT AM' "I think," said ho today, "that we ncrlt In all other respects. Now Yoi Olliu M. James, like Joseph G tb had an opportunity during tho iu AS BULLETS FROM LEAD. were all beguiled Into a feeling of seWheat drills should be put to nro Urlinout Pari: meeting many other Cannon, and liko ROBT. F. SPENCE, curity by the census of 1010, which anfirst class condition before sowing i .onio of them when Light Arms, nounced that there were 22,000.000 public men of the present time time County Agent, Holy, Achievement and other and the seediug should start horses in tho United States. It was and a greater percentage of on September 23rd iu Northern Berea, Kentucky lorscj not until we were at war oursolvos m codingdonated by tho Jockoy Club's American public men in earlier Kentucky; October 1st in Cen that tho fact struck home that a very exhibited bureau and individuals were on tho tttrotch. largo proportion of these wero draught periods, sprang from unpreton tral Kentucky, and on October CURE FOR DYSENTERY. Essential. Farmers breeds and that cavalry romount matious stock in a provincial com- - 10th , "Whil; I was in Ashland, Kentucky In dlnciiRsIng the Government 'k terial was exceedingly scarce. TransSouthern lnunity. lie came first to the Sown a gentleman overheard me port and gun horses we have In abund- nnunt plan in general, Col. Ilrlstol earlier than this, wheat is ance, thanks to the Importation of said: capital of his Slate and later to liable to be infested with Hessian speaking of Chamberlain's Colic Porchcrou and other draught broods, "There was a disposition at first on capital of Ins country with the and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes but In the matter of the riding horse, tho part of sumo to think that we wore Fly. the enthusiasm for democratic purposeless breodlug out- engaging the breeding business In A FIELD THAT FIGHTS William WhiteLiw, of Des Moines t almloss aand rogloim haa ntfuced our opposition In to the" farmen 'Nothing -- ideals nnd side ot tew the freedom from FOR FREEDOM will bo plowed low." "Tie told me in detaiiof standard to mediocrity. Thoic has not could be further from tbo truth. We cynicism which so otten dUtln what it had done for his family, boon that aleulnUe effort in horso have no desire1 to auUKontia the farmguishes the rtfiaf American and with llielitmost care iu the full but more especially for his production which la a feature of the er In his brooding ventures. As .1 mit-trhim from realization that every inch of soil daughter who was lying at the economic development of most foreign of fact ve aro laying the foundaeoiitr.ulistiiifeuibhcs that ot whose sur- will be called upon to light for a point of death with a violent at govorniufnts, notably recognized Francea tion for a plan which will he of untold tho metropolitan as Is generally benefit to tho farmers and horse broodroundings have been less typic- righteous cause. No clods will tack of dysentry, and had been which for tho world. ThJ only helpful ers ot the Union. It Is our Idea to model be permitted iu that Held for ally American; less racy of tho stallions at our dopots which will Inlluenco I know of that has been congiven up by the family physician soil and less .remindful ot the clods are allies of the Kaiser, but Some of his neighbors advised stant (s that exercised by the breed- be distributed to the farmors frco ot ing bureau of the Jockoy Club In N'ew sny obligation. There will be no serv. of the the field will be pulverised and him iieroic circumstances to give Chamberlain's Colic York Stato and a similar organization Ice feo nnd every aid will to given to making of America To Frank- compacted to a firm, smooth and Diarrhoea Remedy, which on moro restricted lines In Kentucky. stimulate the production of the proper type of remount without any strings to "The only light horso families," boy from seed bed. The seed wheat will fort the he did, and fully believes that tho proposition. Col. Fair, "that hae been proe the Gibraltar district brought be tieated with formalin or In tho United "I hope that there will be an Into exterminate , smut, a by doing so saved the life of his duced systematically purpose aro the which the perfect integrity creased lntorest in the racing, horse He stated that he had States for a specific child. makes idealism possible. When plentiful supply of phosphate also used this remedy himself thoroughbred or standard bred trotter, show nnd hunting activities of the country, as all of this makes for the and. these have been devoloped for racyears afterward, and in duo fertilizer will be added to the soil with equal gratifying results." ing purposed. It is fortunate for this development of the type' ot horso we the wlieat drill will be in perfect course, he arrived in Washing country that this should have been want" . ton, an "M. C," his character. condition and opera ion with care THE FEDERAL EXPLOSIVE done, as )hene animals furnish an upon which to foundation remained unsullied and his aims so that there will be an even flow LAW. build otSfnvar horse structure. Dqth of wheat and no' skipped places, in public life is unassailable. been brought to The Federal Explosive Act haveperfection through their high state breeding and I u his earlier career the sprighU and, when the labor iu that field of prohibits the manufacture, sale, racing tests, and In tho process of evoly writers for the press found in is completed, the farmer will conpurchase and possession of all lution through which they havo passed M r. James' physical proportions sign it to his Maker's care to be the weak have fallen by the wyiy side. kissed by the gentle sunshine explosives and their ingredients, Nature In every breeding venture a theme for much humorous iu the time of war without a gives a certain proportion of failures. writing in tho narrative forms and watered by the license. In other words the These triaU of speed have developed rain and will go on his way and not a little frolicsome disthe anidealer must have a license, aud the heart and lung ponor of We will that he has dedicated to cussion in editorial columns, but mals taking part in them. the purchaser must have a license therefore not have to breed those qualas years passed it became recog his country's cause a FIELD horse of the future THAT WILL, FIGHT FOR The dealor must keep an item- ities into tho ridinglines which success nized generally and admitted Mrs. F. M. Jones, ot ized record showing the name If we follow the FREEDOM. I am Palmer, Okla., writes: lieely that tho large Kentuckian has blazed tor our guidance. and address of purchaser, his therefore greatly In favor of tho breed" From the time I enROB. P. SPENCE, was ono of the considerable fac production ot the tered into womanhood County Agent, Berea, Ky. license number, kind and quality ing activities tor the is the line upon in Congress as well us nuo of tors 1 looked with dread ot explosives purchased, and thoroughbred, as this a type of cavthe conspicuous figures physicalwhich we hope to build from one month to the purpose for which it is to bo alry horse. ly. His capability oud sincerity, BULLETS FROM BRKAD AS next. I sulfered with my "Ot the foreign nations now at used. This also compels practin back and for some time thoroughly estabIMPORTANT AS BULLET& Col. Fair, "England wa3 cally every drug store in the war," resumed pain, until life to me was country that had not a wU lished, have reflected credit upon tho only FROM LEAD. United States to have a license troundod plan for cavalry remount proa misery. would think his State and his services have It is not possible for every permitting them to have in pos- duction. Hor troooers wero horsed I could not endure the been valued highly by tho most man to fight pain any longer, and I for his country. session and sell explosives in- largely from the racecourse and the . eminent members of his politi- Some must fight and others hunting field, and those furnished tho gradually got worse. gredients, and the buyer must 170,000 head in the eniorgoucy followNothing seemed to help cal party. President Wilson has must work to support them. have a license when purchasing ing tho mobilization. Today through . me until, one day, . iu various ways and upon sun The farmers of Kentucky have of Col. 1 decided to these mgrcdieuts in quantities of the gc neroBltybreeding Hall Wulker she dry occasions made plain his ap- a duty to perform that is just studb under tin has her own an ounce or more, and the dealer control of an expert and a British offpreciation of Senator James' as uece'ssary ns fighting and TAKE keep the samo record as icer told me a few days ago that the worth and his present illness that is to raise food for those must famously. the parly who sells dynamite. work was progressing has been the cause of no little wim fi h for nnn.nrg vvnw These ingieuiems atu:1 Oiuiinr Tf.t Had Caursc Test. solicitude in the White House. BREAD ARE AS IMPORTANT mates, Chlorates, Chromates, The aires which are expected to Ours is a period of many and AS BULLETS FKOM LEAD. Nitrates, Nitric Acid, Perchior- - keep up tho high Btandard ot eicel heavy tasks for public servants; Every man in Germany is rates, Perborates, Permanganates leuce must prove their right to ropro a period in which the work of They striving his utmost to win tho Peroxides and Phosphorous, in duco themselves. soundnessare testod foi and bottom speed, courage, every capable and honest man is war Is their various forms. and the Gorman farmer This In" the sanu) method which In In needed ill public life and iu priv doing his part by raising as This law will be rigidly en- vogue in Frame and other Continental The Woman's Tonic atu life. It is to bo hoped that much food us possible The forced iu the future; it having countries. seems to bo an idea In some will have "There Senator James soon "I took lour bottles," only way for tho Koutucky farm- beeu in effect since November 15, portions of tho Uultod Stutes that Mrs. Jones goes on to entirely recovered his vigorous er to do his part in winning the 1917 and every doaler has had oiarrs can not bo worked prior to say, "and was not only Courier-Journhealth war is by raising more food than time tq familiarize himself with motherhood and for somo time after greatly relieved, but can havo been born. Visitors to truthfully say that I have the German farmer, and as tlie law and all its details, and the foalsand rursl England find colts ranco 1'IKLDS THAT FIGHT ROU not a pain. . . wheat fs tbu most important no excuse will be accepted in the following tholr dams about the fleldsij FREEDOM " It has now been two be- future. is tho matrons help to till tho sou or food tho real test of strength Violation of this Act years since I tookCardul, ;arnur tho harvost. Moderate work Is A FIELD THAT FIGHTS tween the American farmer and carries a penalty of 5 coo fine or )omili'ful for mother and offspring. and I am still in good FOIt FREEDOM is one iu which the German farmer will come imprisonment in a Federal pris health. . . I would ad"Another matter uion which the every urt of tho tanner has been this fall when the wheat is sown. on, or both. A careful and sys- aimer should bo cn!.g!itc:ied Is that vise any woman or girt operations may be to use Cardul who Is a used to muko it yield a maxi- It is imperative, therefore, that tematic check is being made by bruodlua autumn, when most cariiod of the Into tho sufferer from any female mum amount of food. Kentucky farmers sow the larg-o- Federal Authorities, If of every roars work has bcon concluded. trouble." A wheat acerago 011 record and dealer in the State who handles nother Rift! foal am well nurtured and wheat VlRtD THAT If you suf ferpaln caused ivarmly housed growth will be rapid from womanly trouble, or FIGHTS R)K KREF.DOM will produce tho maximum yield per explosives or ingredients, regard nd In Bomo instances as yearlings if you feel the need of a bo one which has received care- aero. less of location or size. An inhero will be llttlo difference between good strengthening tonic ato and early foals. Whon our ful preparation, is supplied with Every field that might bo sown spector or some deputy may drop to build upyour reglmonts return from overseas a plentiful amount of phosphorus iu wheat but that stands idlo iu any day, and dealers should .Ley will navo to bo reborsed. system, take the advice ami has been sown with the best will staud there as a blot upon uot allo'v themselves to be 0! Mrs. Jones. Try CarA Patrlotlo Enterprise. dul. It helped her. We seed wheat available. Stubble the patriotism of the man who caught unprepared. breeding of cavalry remounts, "Tho believe it will help you. patriotic fields (that are to be sown in awns it aud overy field that is There is a United States Ex- herefore. Is a mattor of or, and overy man who haa a mare wheat this iall should be thor not cultivated that it will pro- plosives Licensing Officer in typo should regard It as thi) All Druggists oughly disced before plowing duce a maximum crop will be an ovety County, aud such dealers f duty proper ker this yeur. to mate and should be plowed before ally to tho German Kaiser. No as have not already procured that the New York State is doing yeoman service in August loth, as wheat will not farmer should say he cannot af- their license should take mimed), his respect and that horse breeding a maximum yield utiles ford to grow wheat because he ate steps to do so, produce in tho Empire State has been greatly the ground is firm und compact. cannot produce a sufficient numThis is considered ono of tho WALNUT LOGS WANTED. After the stubble Held has been ber of bushels per acre to make most important war measures A BILIOUS ATTACK. plowed it should be drugged down it pay as this is not an argument enacted by our Congress, and In car iload lots. For Jun When you havo a bilious atpromptly to level and pulverize it against growing wheat but an dealers can not bo toq careful blocks for1 U. S. Army Rifles. tack your liver Jails to perform so as to conserve the moisture argument against his method of in making sales of explosives or All walnut purchased by this its functions. You becomes contheir ingredients, company goes directly into Gov- stipated. Tlio food you oat It should then be disc hunowed, farming. then rolled and fiulully harrowed. ernment work at our mills and Every wlieat Hold must he in your stomach instead Tho better tho preparation the made to do its host for the Gerfactory ut Louisville, Ky., and of digesting. This inflames tho greater tho yild and every flokl man farmer "JJJ raise an average New Albany, Ind. Log dealers stomach and causes nausea, I must do its best. und owners of standing timber of more than Ho bushels per ucio and a 'terrible hcaduch. For Infants snd Children a write us wuat walnut you can Tuko three of Chamberlain's Tab fields and thu Kentucky farmer must Soy loans and In Use For Over 30 Years urnlsh. Address lets Thoy will tone up your must be tliouroughly finished by strivo to equal or better this Always bears Co, Inc., 7oo Fitst Nut'l Batik liver, clean out your btouianh drugging and .rolling or tho yield It is well known that the and you will be as well as over Slgrfatuis of" Ky, IJ18 3t Thoy only cost a cjuartor. yield will be disappointing, livery wheat yields well when it f J Uldg,, Lexington, Mt; Vernon Signal Held 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's N w 1 Bti m. 1 -- m 111 I ylVCCCCCVCccccvcx?cNxvxvceovvx The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thiity years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-- 4 sonol supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- 1 . move-:nnut.- " r WW d Blue-gras- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has beeu in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA r GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS . yBears re-o- Sara-jg.- In Use For Over 30 YearsThe Kind THI - 111 Kas-sa- s. ro-- You Have Always Bought COM RAN V. NrWVOMKCITY, CKNTAUR - r I I long-legge- nl A d blue-ston- ill1 Packers' Profits Large or Small "Packers' profits look big when the Federal Trade Commission reports that four of them earned $140,000,000 during the three war years. Packers' profits look small When it is explained that this profit was earned on total sales of over four and a half billion dollars or only about three cent on each dollar of sales. This is the relation between profits Life life-givin- g Was a Misery ... bearing-dow- 1 and sales: Profits Sale HHHHUHHUHHI 'Ttirp-iraM- t- CARD!)! If no packer profits had hflon earned, you could have bought your meat at only a fraction of a cent per pound cheaper? packers' profits on meats.and animal products have been limited by the Food Administration, since November 1, 1917. al. Swift i 7k "" . Company, U. S. A. .! .mj rJ " it if 'f "? saf.ijj ij-- uni 'it-j- , rsa st cav-'r- y run-do- GRANVILLE OWENS Undertaker bRH&ad COMI'LKTIS LINKOF Coffins, Caskets & Robed Mail, Telegraph en-te- 1 1 under-tau- d y hone Order Filled or Telo s Promptly SUBSCRIBE FOR THE AND READ THE LETTERS FROM THE BOYS AT THE FRONT " OVER THERE " for-incu- ts CASTOR A voin-Hi- SIGNAL cow-pe- Wood-Masi- ac ut-- 1 & a irffcn il TMnfimiii)HM MlUMfaaWHMl Cet bMritei miatmmmmr""i"iianfn HllsataMfiiSnSU5Mw T a&z?&tm!turimitUZ--- - ' ' 1..1 1' jywwfc.viS Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkknon Ky, Aug. 9, 1918 4 ! There has been and is a crying Farm: If you are interested writes W. II. Fish, Secretary Boone Way Association, M t. Ver- demand for women to tho up "No. 79" wnan thu best .farms fM wnt toOammunl T7C in buying one ofCounty, located non, Ky.: places made vacant by men going In Rockcastle aits wllhaiONAb "Subsequently there will reach to war. Believing that it is tbe tight on Boone Way, close to Col. Jim Maret, tho old highway duty of all to assist, and feeling school, church, and post office, scout, an AAi. emblem to be that I could bo of uso in the bnsicall tbis office. Itnttn nminnhJ used on that machine lately pre- ' nna trtwlil Owing to uncertain railroad sented him by his good roads sition in the office ot'tliv Kenton connections Miss StewurJ finds lriends thruout tho country. This County Council of Defense,. in CovLOUIIVILIC 4 NlMVIllt R. R. Co. that she cannot reach Mt Ver- emblem is similar to the ones, ington, whoro 1 have chargo of non befoie Aug 12, or possibly which occupy places on the White tho entire flics keeping a card "TIMK TABLK. 22 north 0.57 pm later, aud asks us to in ale o this Houto automobiles. Tho Head of system, aud do general stenomessage tho Nation has complimented the graphic work. I have pleasant correcting 24 nortn 8:47 a m statement sent to friends by recent letters A A. A. by displaying its emblem quarters, elegant people to work 23 south 11:65 am on the presidential automobiles, with and have boon fortunate in 12:13 am aud souvenir postals. 21 doutb thus giving evidenco of his belief securing board in a nice home. I Jas. Landrum, Agent. In the casualty list reported In tho Association s work for am glad 1 came and my work is yesterday from the Western Phone No. 8. front appears tho name of Ves highways improvement of a most enjoyable. KnUreJ it the lit Vcruon, Kjr. PoatoQc Sinco" coming an opportunity Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. D (1. Natlonul character mail matter. M The emblem whicli will romo to has presented iself to me to see Brown, of Quail section in the Col. list of killed. He left here last only Jim is special nude aud tbe the beautiful residences of Covones in use are those on the PERSONAL September, with the first contin White House cars and on automo- ington and Cincinnati. My, what "and lovely Dwlght Bowman is at work in gent of drafted men for Gamp biles of the present and" former wonderful homes lawns. I only wish every girl In Taylor. He had been in France chief officers of the A. A. A." Harlan County. The National Highways and the dear old Rockcastle could seo the Mrs. W. H. Cannical has been less than three months. . Dixie Highways Association's em- things I v havo in the last two very sicU for a few days. Mrs. Jemima Livcsay, age 84 blems are nlso displayed on tho weeks, it makes life worth livMr. J. C. Moore 1ms been very years, mother of W, D., J. B., radiator of the Bcone Way Man's ing and fills ono with lofty aspiraG. S. and Ben Livesay and the car. sick for the past ten days. tions and a strong desire to be of Mr. Henry Mill, of Danville, is widow of the late Georgo Livesay, COMPULSORY SCHOOL LAW. service. Every 'oue talks, works visiting Win Poynter and family. died last Tuesday night at the It is one of tbe duties of and even dreams about helping to home of her sou J. B. Livesay, win tho war. The people here Miss Cieo Gentry, of Spiro, with whom she had mudo her County Agent who is working in have the real war spirit. was with friends here during the home since the death of ber hus- interest of ''Moonlight Schools" Every kind of work is being week band. Tho burial took "place in this county to assist the Coun. Eminett Norton is home from Wednesday afternoon in the fam- ty Superintendent and trustees pushed to tho very limit. The est Point Artilery Rango for a ily burying ground near tho old in increasing tho attendance of business people here are hustlers and have a pep that spells success. few days. pupils iu day school. home. As County Attorney it Is my One thing has Impressed mo very Miss Etta Moore reports splenThe following Is a list of boys much and that is the smooth, well Moonlight who lelt Wednesday- - for did success of. ber Fort duty to give the Jaw and prose Thm. foster cute the cases that are reported to School" work in the county. Thomas: hero know tho value of good high, Hyatt Crawford will leave next Itobt. David Reams, Wm. tho courts by trustees or chair- ways. In the life of the business Thursday for Indianapolis, where Charley Logsdon, Charley Pen- man of boards. Tho law is as world they are a necessity. The follows: "Thut the teacher at lie enters tbc service of Uncle nington, Richard VanWiulde, end of each week shall report the farms show that real activity, Sam. Jack Vaughn, Leonard Beechor men own and run name and age of each and every Mrs. J. C. Mooro fell Wed- Smith, Geo. W. Parks. Cleveland them. Much live stock is now child between the ages of seven nesday night and sprained ber Simpsou, Andy Mason, Milo and fourteen inclusive, who fails brought into the city by automo B. ankle, which has given her very Butch McClure, Leonard to attend his or her school for a bile trucks. I learned, however. Hine&, Felix Creech, Edward great pin. period of throe days during tho that Kenton, like Rockcastle, is Payne, Mtijor Allen, on sheop but they are wakGeo. Kdwards was here from Harlan week to the trustee short Covington yesterday to attend Olney G. Proctor, Hobart Brown, or chairman of board of trustees ing up here and are beginning to the lunoral of his grandmother, Wade Hunt, Charles Soard, John It shall bo duty of sub dis raise more and of the very best Melvin Coffey, Albert Adams Mrs. Uvesay. trict trustee or cha'rman of tho grade. Covington is constructing the SaTh Price and Egbert Norton The War Conference was a board of trustees to immediately havo volunteered and gono to the great success. People from all investigate said case or cases and best and most modern high school Government timber works near sections of the county came in If it is neglect or refusal on the building in the State and tbe men Vancouver, Washington. and took much interest in the part ol parent, guardian or other here t&ke great interest in the Organisation, person having custody oL said schools. In each, jyjblic. school George Frederick Jr., who has Sheep Growers &? ibeen very sick with a complica- which (was completed. County child, tho trustee or chairman district there is an active Mothers' tion of diseases at Pineville, has Agent Spence says they procured shall immediately report said and Teachers' Club.' They are been moved here and is improv- pledges from the farmers to sow case to nearest court holding beginning already to discuss tho two thousand acres of wheat in jurisdiction of same and it shall program for "Temperance Day", ing. designated by the law to bo held Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Glea-so- the county this fall This acer- be tbe duty of said court to im age will bo increased consider- mediately issuo his warrant on the fourth Friday in October. of Hamilton, Ohio uio visit On that day they will discuss m ing Mrs. Gleason's parunts, Mr. ably. The speaking was the against tho parent, guardian best attended of any we have or otner person failing and re each public school the evil effects and Mrs. James Rickles and had, both Mr. Franks and Capt. fusing to send said child to school of intoxicants and cigarettes. I other relatives. Allan made splendid speeches. and said court shall proceed to am quite sure the people of RockMr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams, of Tho announcement stating the try said case as other criminal castle will lake notice of this new Flannagun and Mrs. Nannie school that wop the flag will be cases are tried. Any person or law and enthusiastically carry out Branaman of Berea, spent a part in ' next week's paper. persons refusing to comply with its very wise provisions. of the week with Mr. and Mrs. I very much miss my frienJs Some of our boys who have al- this shall be fined not loss than Jack Laswell at Orlando. ready landed sufely overseas are five or more than twenty dollars back home but I am naaking new Claud C. Cox and sister, Miss acquaintances hore and by reason ' Ben 0. Purcell, William Robinson for each offense. Grace, and Mrs. Geo. . Durham Jones of that and my work 'I have not Hiatt Fish, Johnny Rowe, S. D. Lewis, were with relatives at Cave City Ves Brown, Lee Chandler, Silas Countv 'Attorney Rockcrstle Co. had time to get homesick as I during the week. They visited French, Fred McFerron, expected when I came. Otis Mammoth Cave Thursday With love to all and n hearty following is a copy of a let The Hale, Floyd Gentry, Richard Mr. and Mrs. George Gentry Bennett Mullins, Willie Frakos, tcr from the King of England good wish that every ono in Rockarrived Tuesday from thoir Geo. Jarber, Willie Mullins, John handed every American boy who castle will do their utmost to help home at Cushing, Okla.. and are Dooley, Edward Purcell, Clarence lands on the shore of that country: win the war, I am, now with their daughter, Mrs. Rlckcls, Richard Wallen, George Sincerely, WINDSOR CASTLE. They will gaynoi Toed Taync, Cmpur T. J. Pennington. Soldiare of the United Gtat-jjtins Lei visit all their Kentucky relatives John Menefee, Emanuel people of the British Isles welKodak the children and send before returning homo." Reynolds, Bradley Brown, Elijah come you on your way to take tho rolls to Fish's for finishing. John Cummins, Bill Cummins Cummins, Capt. Allen Burnett, your stand beside tbe Armies of Drop in at Mali's and look at and Will Hansel, who have, boon Roscoe Norton, John Noo and a mauy nations now fighting in tho at work in Harlan, aro at home host of, others whoso names wo Old World 'tho great battle for their bargain table of mens, ladies andchildrens pumps and oxfords. on account of the works where do not recall just now. Reports human freedom. Tho Allies owlll gain now heart s they wore employed being Jclosed came from some of these that For Sai.k Pair of mules, and wagon, one 7, other 8 down by reason of serious dam-ag- e they aro right up front and pour- and spirit Irr your company. I wish that I could shako tho hand years old, medium size : good done the electrical plant by ing hot lead into tho Germans. lightning. Read Fred McForron'sJttter in of each one of you and bid you condition. Frit. Krueoer. (tf) God spoed on your mission. , Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Davis tbis issue. THE BEST PLASTEK. Gdoroe R. I. and daughters, Misses Christine Quite a number of farmers met A piece of flannel dampened and Edna, aud Miss Virginia in tho court bouse Tuesday and MCFARLAND MEMORIAL. with Chamberlain's Unimont and Crawford in one car, and Hyatt organized a Sheep Growers AssoThe pastor will meet regular bound on over tho seat of pain is Crawford, Ramey Richards and ciation. Tbe following officers preaching engagements Sabbath, often moro effectual for a larao Misses Ada Brown and Dessio were elected: R.A. Sparks, Pres.; Aug. 11, In tho morning at 11 back than a plaster and does not Niceley in unotber spent the day J. W. Hilton, ; G. C. o'clock, aud In the ovening at cost anything like as much. yesterday on an oating to High Fish, Dr. R H. S:3J. Bridge, returning by way of Lex- Lewis, M. G. Fish and County Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. ington and Winchester. Agent Robt. Sponce, wero named Junior Christian Endeavor at 7:45 Ensign M. f. Minehan came a committee on by laws, to report P. M. down to spond Saturday and Sun-da- at tbe next mooting of tho asso As Rockcastlo boys tiro continuTO IMPROVE YOUR with his wife and children elation. Such an otganization ally going to cantonments, wo DIGESTION. who are here with her mother, means much for Rockcastlo and "TiSr VrtlfW tnv rlfrrnattnn wn should be more active in Red Mrs.Carmical and other relatives, it is certainly to bo hoped that the Cross work. The time Is now before leaving for foreign waters farmers will take an interest and so bad that I could only eat the hero when every person in this where- ho will be stationed for attend tbe meetings of the asso pguiusb iuou. 1 irieu evorytuing that I luard of to get relief, but county has not only tho country's several weolts. A telegram re- elation, Rockcastle needs moro not until about a year ago vhen Interest at heart in this war, but. ceived Wednesday by Mrs. Mine-ba- sheep and tbe fact that many of I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ad- we all have personal Interests as from our farmers do not know any vertised and got a bottle of them signaled his department welL There is not a man, wo thing about the shoop Industry did I flud tbe tight treatment man 6r child who has not blood the American shore. Since taking thorn my digestion Is the reason we aro so short on is fine."--MrBlanche Cowers, relations at the front, or ou tho LOCAL sheep and the reason why such an Indiana, Pa. way over. To back up these organization should havo tho sup great interests, we should all givn opportunity Don't overlook the Foil Sale One good team of port of those who want to bo in of buying some mens, women and tbe sheep raising cfass. Raiso work mules, wagon and harness, our moral support, and financial help down to our last, if need bo, cluldrens pumps and oxfords at sheep and mako moro money than for silo cheap. and work, work, work. Tbo bargain prices at Fish's. tromatrv other one source. County Aug 3t Jim Dbvault. privilego of wnrkiug to help wiu cords, cord Agent Robt. Sponce Is to be con For Sale 1,000 Fou Salk: Two good town a world's war is something to wood, iu the woods, part a, some gratulated for his efforts In this lots adjoining In Mt. Vernon. help comfort any soldier fighting 3, 4 aud s miles from station. line and tho farmers should take , Good 4 room cotluge, barn, every. in our cause is worth while. To Call ou Mrs. Mary A. Pitman, or advantage of what lie i trying to thlncr linmlv Tn,,n serve our own flesh aud blood is a ft ""wji wiua cuojr. M. Pitman. do lor them. J. T. MSADOWS. pleasure, 11 1 1 COVINdTON, KY., Fish's do your developing A. G. Bacheldor, Executive and printing and it will be well Chairman American Automobile August 6, 1918. done. Association, Washington, D. C, Mu. EnOAit: DEBTS COLLECTED colli'ftcd nnywlicrc In tho world No elmrKtsunlfHH we collect. Reference: Formers National Hunk. Write im. Nay's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. "J8 Oflico: Room- - 7 Masonic BIiIr. Account, Notes, Claims of nil klnils - tEw X Druninioni'S CASH GROCERY STORE I'LUOES in BFLWKOT Until AUG. 17th DSMeat Smoked Meat Coffee riLGRIM, 20c lb 23c lb itcoud-cla- n 2lch Best cheap Coffee told. 25 lb. sack Meal, $J,20 25c lb gallon Jewell Lard Karo Syrup Brown Sugar 75c 81 elb Oat Meal 18 oz. pkg. JOc Pure Lardby the can$14.l0 Pure Compound, by It's Not Hot f m s cant J J 50 Cream, mcm THE DIFFERENCE 5c If you J l PAY CASH AND SAVJiJ Hfulfonf s li m LIVINGS TON Some of our knitting yarn is here, the remainder is being traced by tbe Express Company, and we hope to have it in a few days, then our knitting people will be able to show their loyalty and love for our soldier boys, and our country. Tbe Junior Red Cross should be organized strong in the county. There is no part of an education that needs more stress laid on it than that part that teaches all to unite and help in any great aud righteous cause. Our children need to help and there is no better way than by joining tho Junior Red Cross, and thus assist in doing such work as children can do. All schools should be organized. "NUMBER, PLEASE'' When you go out (with tbe boys) at night And tho next morn your head's all awhirl, Who gets tho brunt of your cr.izy stunt? Not a soul, but tho telephone girl. If business is rotten and things all go wrong, And besides you've a scrap with your Pearl ; You are ready to fuss, and some-- ' times you cuss, At tho poor little Telephone Ml HI 0 Mill! IJ jflftk! Kenosha - Klbs t old-tim- sub-distri- 1 ' They're built for comfort I as different from others) ;as a demountable rinv .from an solid tire Fit everywhere, not only). e Union. Sm& ed Krotcbk --- j r mer Underwear. Sold' Exclusively Which "Identify M ai mc uic&u ixeai ouiii-- 3 Two Big Advantages which cost nothing I .f extra, out arcjworm mucn to you, f SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY 1I the Genuine KLOSED-KROTCand COOPERS QUALITY. H from' SIGNED BOXES A THEHOMEOFHARLSCHAFrHER&MARXCIothes mimS' Summer Deliveries of Next Winter's Supplies. Take Advantage Of Summer Weather Conditions STOCK" TIP , gttt; MOW hra-nes- If you'd just stop and think for a inomont or two Before at her tlioso harsh words you hi! rl, I know from experience bettor service you will got e From the Girl. Here's hoping that henceforth you'll endeavor To soften your voice o'er tho 'phone, And treat some other one's daughter, Just tho saino as you'd ask for your own. hard-working When transportation is easiest ami the doinamls ou the railroads aro relatively tho litlitest, and stole for winter use such supplies as Fuel, Raw Materials and Reserve Stocks. Thu demands upon tho railroads for transportation during tho coming winter mouths are going to be heavy, and all shipping that can he should ho done now to relieve tho linos of just that much hauling later when there will ho congestion and tho car space will lie so badly needed to transpoit war materials, farm products and other freight which cannot he shipped at this tinio. Tele-phon- Vice-Pres.- Seo'y-Treas- .; Bo RED CROSS man-n- ot a monkey I Implore you ; Show respect whore respect is duo a It is not only the pait of wisdom to lay i your winter supplies and do your .shipping now, thereby assuring prompt dolivery. but it is your patriotic duty to ilo so, Do not hold back your freight ; arrange for all possible .shipments now. m 11 y Treat the girls at the ceutral Auk ofllce Just tho samo as you'd have thorn treat you. AT BOONE WAY OPERA HOUSE MONDAY, AUGUST 12, See the minute Men of J - n s. ADVERTISE. The mall ordor houso gets the business by advertising and keeping at It. The same rule will Tho to the homo merchant. constant advortisor Is the man who gets tho trade. If you aro wearing out tho seat or your pains waiting for trado and cursing because you aro not getting any just stop and figure the cause. pays to advertise," says Ma. Wananiakor. ap-nl- 8 O' CLOCK 'It -- .... C ASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR 776 and J9J7. See Lincoln and his War Cabinet of I86L. See the Great Man of the Hour President WOODROW WILSON as he appeared be fore Congress in his call for 2,000,000 Men. See the Defiance of Autocracy to the Democracy on of the World. See the Piratical its Mission of Death. Sub-Marine ADMISSION 15 and 25 CENTS n tJ --- ,j;','ilw.; t "I'iiii m m 8 Who Is Most Benefitted I 0 BY RTho Mnnpv Ymi Farii?B m j$w -- isa ?!: You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it t Wc have arrnod for a series of six Interesting articles, "War Talks, by Uncle Dan," written by Mr. Howaid H. Grots, president of the Unlvcr. sal Military Training League, ot whlcli this Is the flrtl They tell In a graphic way why military training Is of value, both to the nation and to the Individual, and our readers will find them of unusual Interest 0. S. MEN CRUSH HUN PICKED ARMY Pershing's Men Put Kaiser's Best Sdldiers to Rout in Now Drivo. t t:!'. tttt t I t IItJJ t J ! 1 !II!i -I 1 tllMtllllll titMltftlMMIItltitM i. .. . Food will Win the DON'T WASTE IT Be a n RAISE IT O SERGY TAKEN FOUR TIMES Producer As Well as Consumer Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with 0 WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number On Entire Fourth Dlvlilon of Prussian Guards Drought to Standstill IWth Heavy Losces Violent Battle Rages Over Front. Two-Mile RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONtiY AND DEPOSIT WITH a... The Bankof Mt.Vernon i 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings I &X$:1X9H vmmx&mTmmmzmmwMixzzz .......... Ji M Dd2S ftgliiiw S VsNSEmS iscsacjasxal g 8 in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful nu'chaiiu's always come here for theirs. You don't have to be tola the reason. You can easily ligure it out yourself. COME AND SEE. sj M III 111 U i it inn Argument c. c. Mt. 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Alncrleim troops punished Fight Hard or Qermany the center of the (icrimin line of re.America Mutt I May Win Necettlty for Mill, sistance on (he Onrecj and xtnrmcd tin j village of Sergy after the German.. tary Training. Iintl taken It nine times. I censelessl) "Now, IMIlte," said his mother, "your guards coiiiitcr-attai'keUncle Dnn Is coming tomorrow to but the tenth tlmo the Ahum leans tool spend n week villi us on the farm, ami mid held the village mill nl.io eapturi" Hie suiiimlt of the slopes four kilo If you wnnt to know nbout the wnr, meters (two ami n Inlf miles) here's your opportunity. UnVIe Dnn Is of the ()urci. To the eastward nnrll tji. men Ainei leans prnbnbly one of the are encoimterlng iliililtui-- i clnppcd his lesfntance nnrtliwest country." Klllle In the . of 'hntuls nnd gave such n whoop thnt ho The town of lliunney (miiiiIi of Sols vnkencd the bnliy, hut wlint coulil you sons) ;,. ,y Scottish troop-- It ns 'expect of c hoy who Is lies live Uliuiiclirs (more Unit h living Interrogation point und wants lhle miles) nst of Clmudim whirl the Americans raptured on July IS. to know about war? It follow ii a severe bumliiii'dmenl i Uncle Dan arrived In duo tlmo nnd of Hie wliole lino, but was coniplelel) Hlljlo watched for an opportunity. It I'I'IiUImmI. enmo that evening After dinner when The Americans met Ocrmnny'H finUncle Dnn hud lighted a cigar nnd est regiments In this battle. taken a seat on the porch. The enemy throw lu tho whole "I'm mighty s'm' Tu enme, Undo Fourth division of I'russlnn guards. The Americans stood like n stone Dan. I want to talk to you about the Wall, brought the Gormuns to a clean war. Wc have Just put military training In our township high school, hut stop and Inflicted the heaviest losses ,we had n hnrd time to do It The upon them. Machlnu aunt Effective. Jonescu nnd the Groggs objected. They Tho Prussians suffered heavy losssaid the wur wouldn't come over fcc.o. Grandma Jones said : They ain't no es, particularly from tho Amctlcnn pse to worrit, it will food blow over.' mnchlne gunners. The fact thut tho Gcrmnns picked Well, we put the tralnlug tn Just the same. You orter heard Judge Brow. the Americans as opponents for the ;ir). choicest lintfallons lit tho German tk' ur mii.ii u do the slacker up. Ho said unless we nrmy Indicated that ilw-- YuiVtMuuiT&cOt take off our coats' and go to It, Ger to respect tho men from the United t. niuny mny yet win, and If sho dos, she States In tho fighting of the last will toko over the great Ilrltlsh fleet ns Tho heaviest fighting of tho Inst 24 a wa'r trophy and comiiel us to do what ever she wants to ; tlmt sho could make hours occurred lu this sector agnlnst us pay all (ho cost of the war; the the Kronch and the Americans. Sergy, knlser could titx us ns lie, pleased and ufter having been taken and lost four thut wc couldn't help ourselves, no times, Is In allied hands. Kneiny nrtlllery Is heavily bombardcould make every one pay over n part of Umt ho earns; that he could muke ing Scringes, n tulle and a half east j N'osle, two miles tho farmers pay rent for their own of farms, etc. Now, Uncle, what do yon enst of Scringes and Sergy. There Is also heavy enemy machine gun think f that?" "Well, my boy," tald Uncle Dan. fire from Kesle forest (north and !"nll that Judge Drownell says might northeast of May Fall Back on Alsne. easily come truo and may unless wo go The crown prince Is rapidly retreatquickly to tho aid of the allies with largo numbers of men nnd help them ing toward the Crlse aud Vesle rivers brenk tho German line. Unless. w can and may full hack clmir to the Alsne. Some prospect exists that the .beat tho submarines, they may pre lino would be close jvent ns from getting enough food to tho allies to keep them going. In that to the river Ardre, which Is now only ,cnso Germany would win. As matters n few kilometers away. From Helms the line now extends alstnnd today, our greatest need la trained m.en. If we hnd had soveral most straight southwest to The forest of Itls Is now beminions of men with military training In our Industries nnd on our farms hind the ullles, and they aro holding when tho war camo, who could Champ Volsy to the nortlieust of the hnvo been called nt onco for service, I forest. In this region the Germans do not bollovo tho kaiser would huva have the higher ground and have some forced tho war upon us. As It was, ho advantage In the artillery duel. had no respect for us, nnd now wo aro Two main points of resl.stnueo were in it and must go through with It. But announced In the ndvnncc to the Ourcq 'never again must wo bo caught so tho first at Ciolx llouge farm, the secjwholly unprepnred. Both were thick ond at the Ourcq. I "There Is only one snfo wny," said with machine gun defenses. The gunners maintained their tire Unelc Dnn, "and thnt Is to adopt permanently universal military training, as long as possible, then withdrew, set upply It to every young man who Is up their gnus again and resumed ihlng physically fit, say In his nineteenth or until tliey were wiped out. The Americans swung forward two. twentieth year. Tho training can ho carried forward In the United States or three kilometers (a mile and a quar ) training enmps thnt nro now being es- ter to n utile anil ufter tablished for training men culled by disposing of one Hue of machine gun tho selectlvo draft. As soon as these defenses before encountering the next men vnriito these stations, they should Then the tight would he repeated. he niled by younger men, and thl Clear should bo inndo tho permanent policy French and American troops hnvi of tho country." 'riven the Gel mans entirely nut m nilile's mother, Mrs. Graham, had he Important (cutrnllzntlnn center o and hae piishci' overheard the converintlon. Sho came out and snld: "Itenlly, Brother Dan. i short distance to the northeast the Ourcq. aro you serious as to the dangers of The also Iitiv our cojuntry? If It Is ns hnd ns that. It s iiijiii iiuiu wr.iw to Wako Up aiiudo mitlit'iiM iif something about It." llll (nine miles east .Mill "Exactly," replied Uncle Dan. "Is outli of Is better to wnko up now than to b Until .irlllldlcs ure engaging In i rudely awakened later. We may understand, sister, that this Is ou. eiTllle artillery uel along the south war nnd we must win It or Odd help rn end of the salient. In addition he Germans are diopplng huge quail .Vincrlca. Everything that wo lmvi r hope to have our liberties, ou titles of gas shells Into the .Maine itn. ilesMngs, our opportunities ure all li. Ard. valleys. Fere-eTardenols was oapturei olved In the gr.mt Isbue before- us mly after u desperate struggle Ins; withlug must stand between us ail' Inning this war. It Is n nuestloi .ng many hours. The French unil th with them vhether tho peoples' light or the kal tuicrlcniis found many ser's might shall doiuliiute tho world concealed In fiiachlne guns elevetly houses and cellars. If there ever was a holy war, this It Wo ore lighting for world liberty it. A'o nro lighting for tho freedom IEUT. IIUNGESSEH HONORED Wo nro fighting for iiiinunlty. of men to govern themselves lit Famous French Air Fighter Is Created (tend of being governed against thel an Officer of the Legion overlord, reilloti vlll by n of Honor. Imes nro ahead of us. We' must h nrepared to mnko any sncrlllee, to per Tarls, July fll. Nuiircs rorm any service tlmt may bo requlr ei tho spcofld Frcncli nco, Wits citoi' of us." for tho Loelon of Honor, ImUnc "Oh, Undo Dnn," exuhilmcd Pill! irou'lit down, lUTonllng to tho "may I lulus uiinoiiiii'omont, 111 (joriiian plnnos )' vlmm, Jlinnile Co nnd doHtroycd thrco observation, . litis, wluii ui! 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