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Mount Vernon signal: September 6, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918090601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 6, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SH i W mtt'iift i SIEsk Simral " ESTABLISHFD 1887 v - MMM VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1918 NUMBER 50 visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griftin, of Cin-cinna'- .i, Ohio, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. James Southards, of Howell, Intl., are visiting relatives here Jim is an old Rockcastle boy and is making To the Taxpayers of Rockcastle County : Under the Acts of Revenue and Taxation as passed by the General Assembly , at its session for the year J918 it is the duty of all persons to appear before the County Tax Commissioner and list their property I, or one of my deputies will from the first day of July, J9J8, until the 31st day of October, 1918, be at my office over the store of U G. Baker, from 8 a. m. to 5 p m., to receive your list, and any one failing to appear and list their property, will be reported, and upon their failure to list their property they are subject to a fine of not exceeding the sum of fifty dollars. C T. SIGMON, Tax Commissioner of Rockcastle Mrs. Hobett Griffin has returned from London after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peuningon. There were services at the Christian church. Saturday and Sunday,' conducted by the Rev. Masters, of Brodhead. Urban Chuning has returned from the London Fair and says the crowd was much smaller than in former years Since the U. S entertd the war but liftle attention is given fairs. Coming events cast their shadows before, and surely Old Kaiser Bill, the Brute, of Berlin, the baby assasinator, the red handed murderer, has seen g on the wall. the What should be done wi.h such a man. who claims to be a full partner with God? We believe his doom is sealed and with the boys ea the Western ftont, going at the preseut gait, that it will not taKe long to enter Germany and then a short time to march to Berlin. You can guess tne fate of old Bill, the Kaiser. Some of mornings he will turn up these in h and what will Satan do; take an inventory and turn over hades to Old Bill, to whom it rightly belongs. Rood. hand-writin1 Tl Gr You Will Be Pleased nritngi nnd El with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel" of the cloth and its individual design when ordered from I S T United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is overflowing with nr appealing l'.ihrics that will delight the yonng overcoatings ion and make the business man look the part. your intimate inches with the skill that make- Prices extremely low. man o! fash- jgHffivXpa Tailored It uo mistaken TCP1 Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead i REGISTRATION. "The President of the United by proclamation, has States, fixed September 12, I9I8 for the registration throughout the United States of all men between the ages of eighteen .and forty-five All Persons County, Kentucky. LIVINGSTON Baker. and and Mrs. Mr. VV W. M. Bilker, of Mt Vernon, were Edd OWM s, of here Monday Mullins station was here between-trains- , Sunday. Mrs G S Grit J. tin and children, have returned from Pittsburg, after a few days visit with relatives. W A Todd, of the Level Green section, is visiting his s ster, Mrs J. A Owens. I. W. Catlin is working the agency here in the absence et C. A Blaniord, who is taking a sixty-da- y We failed to get in lay off last week on account of a letter work.ng nights at the depot, but we are back on the job again. We have been informed that our old friend James Maret was out ridmg in his Tin Lizzie the other day and lost control of the ma-- ! chine, and was first on one side the pike then on the other, and at last landed in the fence. Our friend remarked to a party pass- ing by that she tailed to auger now, as Winchester is a dry town. We are at our witts end to unriddle this or to offer a solution, otherwise our mind would have To our friend we been at ease. will advise him in the language of old uncle Alfred Owens, when you are out a motoring, "Keep yonr eyes on the main tuglement. " S. C. Franklin' was here Saturday , j , j en route to Lexington to see his mother, who is very sick. Mrs. Odell and children are visiting her sister. Mrs. Charley Carpenter, at Lebanon. Our pefeool bgan Monday with Prof. Lee Webb as principal, and Mrs. Lee Webb and Mrs Bettie Pike, as sistants. Born to the wife of G W. Murphy, on the 28th a tine boy. Mother and babe both do ing well. Mrs Sue Mullins has returned from a visit with relatives in Indiana. Mrs. Hallie Asher is visiting relatives in Lebanon Juuction this week. W. M. Kainbo went to Stanford, Mrs Sunday, to enter school. Oscar Areenbrieht has returned from a few days visit whh rea Mrs. Fred tives in Corbin Qwens and childrfin . Gf Cincinnati, are visiting relatives here thjs week Crops in this locallty are very short as the dry weather has injured corn and gardens are f hv mnSt ihina nf ,hp r -- t , j worry. Just to get by should we and do all we can for the boys over there should be the watch woid, so let's not worry about our fate here, but put our shoulder to the wheel to help Uncle Sam and J, W. the boys in France. of Kmminence, Ky , had accepted the position as cashier of The First State Bank at this place. Moved h;s family here a few days ago but now is called to the colors. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carpenter, of Lebanon, has returned home after a few days Bill ai-o- There was a pie supper given at the school house here Monday night which was a perfect success, the proceeds going to the Red t ross. There were eighteen pies which brought $21 05 and the children of the district are to be given the praise. They were assisted by M. E. Burton who gave a nice little talk very appropriate for the occasion and did the selling of the pies. We hope that each district may contribute this much to such a grand work. Mr aud Mrs W.E Anderson are the proud parents of a nine pound boy at their home. Several from here attended the Baptist Association at Union first of the weeK. Mrs. R. M. Testerman has beeu visiting her daughter, Mr. M. E. Burton this week - Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hurat are visiting rela tives and friends in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs W. E. Haaty and children spent last week at Turnersville. -- Mr. and Mis Edd Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with his brother, W. J. at Orchard. Crab Mrs. Clay Thompson is spending the week with her parents at Mt. Vernon.- -Miss Sallye Price who is making her home with her sister, Mrs. F. E Mullins, is with her mother this week Miss Rose Gentry and little sister, Omega and brother, Robert, spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. J. N. Brown. Mrs. O. J. Mullins aud children, spent Sunday with her parents at Ocala. There has been'a series of meeting at Chapel conducted by Rev. Biown and Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Theard Proctor, of Clarence, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. - LEVELGREEN Between the Ages oi 18 & inclusive, for military service, except those who have already registered and those who are not required under the law to do so. "Under the authority vested in the President, it has been ordered that Stare headquarters, local boards and other officials of the State will hold themselves in readiness to proceed promptly with their work of registration on, the date fixed. J be "Existing draft machinery will used with such increased 46 Years of Age Mus t facilities and additional registrars as are required for this enrollment. Under the President's proclamation, the Governors of all States have been called upon to supervise this registration and the Adjutant General, or Draft Executive, will, under this proclamation be the central ad- ministrative authority. All local w Register Next Wil-ker.-o- Thursday, boards will have immediate direction and supervision within their respective jurisdiction. The actual reg.stration will be made in the customary voting precincts within the jurisdiction of each board, or in such other places as local board having jurisdic-- ! tion shall designate by public notice, 'Rulings issued by the Pro-- ! vest Marshall General as to persons who are required to register under the act are as follows: 'All male persons who shall have attained their eighteenth birthday and shall not have atbirthday tained their forty-sixton or before the day set for regish ttJJTTTV, SfTlTV, .STTTW a Sept. 1 2 If you are old on the 1 a DR. M. K. Brown. PENNINGTON DENTIST E BRODHEAD SEPT. 216 For 10 Davs or Weeks z Office with W. F. CARTER If you need Dental Work see WILL BE IN BRUSHY RIDGE SCHOOL. The following is the number that are on the Honor Roll for second month: 1st grade Virgie Abney, Rebecca Shell, Theo White. 2nd giade Wilson White. 4th grade Elmer Hale, Beulah Wilser, Tennessee White, Clyde Howell. 1 8 years tration by the President must register. The only exceptions are: (A) 'Persons who, prior to the day set for registration by the President, have registered under Pthe terms of the act approved May 18, I917, (which fixed the original age limits at 21 to 30 inclusive), or under the terms of the public resolutiou of Congress, approved May 2o, i9i8, (providing for the registration since June 5, i9i7, of those reaching the age of 21 years), whet'aer called ter public service or not; and '(B) Officers and regular army officers appointed, and men of the forces drafted under the provisions of the act approved May 18, i9i7; officers and enlisted men of the National Guard while in the service of the United States and the officers of ,the Officers Reserve Corps and enlisted men in the enlisted reserve corps while in the service of the United embassies and legations, consuls selves in readiness to render and consular agents of foreign whatever assistance may be neccountries residing in the United essary in preserving order at States. places Of registration and in as"Persons not subject to regis- sisting in bringing r bout a comtration solely on account of being plete registration. in the mihtary service of the 'All Marshals, Deputy MarUnited States become subject to shals, investigating agents, and registration and are required to police officers, shall examine the register immediately upon leaving registration lists and report withsuch military or naval service. out delay to the local boards the "Citizens of the United States names of any persons known by or persons who have declared them to have failed, to register their intention to become citizens1 themselves when liable to regis- of the United States, who do not tration; and it shall be the dut local boards to report to the register on account of absence proper United States District from the territorial limits of the United States, are required to Attorney all cases coming to register within 'five days after their attention of persons who their return to the United States. have tailed to present themselves "The regulations then warn for registration as required 03 registrants and all other peisons law. "Police officers mav requir-ancharged with a knowledge of the persons subject to registraregulations, that ignorance of the will not excuse them. tion to exhibit his registration provisions "These regulations, it is set certificate. "In any case in which a duly forth, 'Have the force and effect law, and all persons required designated officer or agent reof by these regulations to be regis fuses or fails to act, the Govertered, and all persons who may nor, Adjutant General, or memclaim any right or privilege in ber of a local board, will proceed reSDect of anv registrant, are. at once to name another officer charged with knowledge of the,or agent for such duty, and will provisions thereof. Failure by bring the fact of such refusal any person required to be regis- - or failure, and the circumstances tered to perform any duty pre- - connected therewith, to the at- scribed by these regulations is a tention of the proper United misdemeanor, punishable by im- - States District Attorney, with a prisonment for one year, and view to the institution of prose-th- e may result in the loss of valua- - icution f such officer or agent, as nrovided in Section 6 of the act bie rights and privileges, and an approved May 18, 19i7 immediate iuduction into the mil- "It is essential that the people itary service. of this state shall accord the in "Local police authorities in all fullest measure of the carrying out of this order. parts of the country will with the Government in the Ignorance of the law and et regulations issued by proper authorenforcement of order on registra ity under the law, excuses no tion day. Regulations prescribed one. All persons on the border by the President and sent to line of the age of registration dratt 'officials of the various will be required to give adequate States, contain the following pro- proof that they are outside of the limit specified. The penalty visions: for failure to register is one "On the day set for registra- - year's imprisonment, and no man tion, an federal Marsnais, police can exonerate himself by the officers, State, County t township; payment of a fine." whatever municipal and town-- of (Signed) D M. Reynolds, grade or class, shall hold them Provost Marshal General's Office. j "BUYING POOR SHOES TO SAVE MONEY IS LIKE STOPPING THE CLOCK TO SAVE TIME." 2 th day of September, you must If you lack Register one day of being 46 years old you must Register $5.00 Pair of Shoes Will be given to the wearer who finds PAPLRinthe heels, counters, insoles or outsoles of any shoes sold by us bearing the Friedman-Shelb- y CASH AND A NEW 5th grade Gilbert McCracken. Tardiness is one of the great est difficulties that we have in our rural schools. The following is the fist that we have in our Moonlight School: Jackson Ballinger, James McGuire, Frank Baker Sr., Frank Baker Jr., Taylor Mulljns, Fannie Mullins, Simpson Keen. All are getting along tine. J. W. H. Tones, Teacher. States; and - REGISTER AT YOUR VOTING PRECINCT (C) Officers and enlisted men trade mark. of the Navy and Marine Corps and officers and enlisted men and It Takes Leather To Stand Weather 3 him during that time t 4 XXS 2i, I t 8 Ofiiraren' crry FOR FLETCHER'S PCI CASTOR I A enrolled men of the Naval Reserve forces and Marine Corps Reserve while In the service of the United States; and representa '(D) Diplomatic tives, teohnicai attaches of foreign j I J O HN BRODHEAD ROBINS 'igBifi ru'niiiianjnrT " tPmiiIiIjmI Iihjj mdammtmmmm I jMfiaMaataw rr rarir rrtflKi Mt. Vernon Signal I r, i 1918 home and wdl lo there seveial Dr. K.J Brewr, month perhaps id.-.of S anCordj was here last II r'rith, who ia io aee Mrs. C. T. B W quit ill -- Mr and , Children Cry for Fletcher's AjaAAmr 1 ; ALBRIGHT. BfCKIl vcd to D.iiivil! Saturd; kTe FOrry to lose these gr . y 1 vuivxAvA Just-as-good I 9 K NrTr, k'Yi Mr. DTallia is Spwi tgent for the Q leeo & Cresoe t $1 .0 ONH Vh.VK Railroad Co., and has made i headquarter at Danville for s . know) on ral J ears and the change wdl ! very convenient i'r him. Edi .ticn Urown and 10uroe Sutton for Lynch, Harlan eon vimnlay K OP I v. where they wifi work (or i'v people I 1 1 a association l"S ! Cord & Coke Co. Mrs. Wall r Smith, of Winchester has be mi wtth her parents, Mr and Mis. J. M. Ovens, here during the Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neek. Mrs l. M.Brown, of Lou it neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its with her parents, .' r vi'Jo, was age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has and Mrs J. G Frith, the first of been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Bid and Mrs J. W. the week Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising r ,R PURCHASES. Matters left for Midd'eb re. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Loan Organization rhnrsday, whore they will visi the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Km re relatives and friends. Ma-l Mr. - j. uroogly to ers trill bold a meeting f Liberty in Hailan GENUINE ALWAYS before return that the Tinea inr Miss Etta Moore, of Betea, Bears the Signature of rongiy aa it who has charge of the MoonLght - ., schools of Rockcastle, was the L drive. goes! of Mrs R. H. Haram last I porch That week The baptist Association iic-at CJi ion church, near Otta mouev. ivh. was Mtrgelj attended from this ry parcbaae would section. Services were held here ,:it extent the labor every evening reli i" i at the Baptist organisation; and charch by aide visiting ministers. The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CENTAUR COMPANY. N W VOWK CITY, -- Mrs. John Robins is spending a itr greater than we ever a few days wi'h Mrs. J. Thos. In. Cherry at Caib Orchard this immirtee of this week. Miss Jo Davis, of Mt Ver prepare for his crop as usual this week. Grover McMullin - set apart noil, is with her sister, Mrs. Wal and try to have hrger crops, for and family, of Quail, visited at ter Robins, this week. The Brod this will be the kind of work re- A. J. McMuliin's Saturday and md 20 as Vol u head Real Batata Company sold quired of most of the men who and Sunday. Farmers are planfor the next Liberty is hop i that the the C. A. Wheeldon property on ning to sow wheat. Most every register next Thursday. imblicitv efforts thai are to tol- - Main street to J T. Wallin this Procla- body has signed a pledge to inRead the President's fix these week for $750, and Mr. Wallin low thai crease the acreage over last year. mation elsewhere in this paper. in the minds of moved his family to it Wednes Sunday and Attend church next Mrs. Margaret Holcomb, your preacher will talk about the Full opportunity day. "When will the war end?" is a erybody tol who ocsnpied the Wheeldon prop proper way to register and reas- question of ever increasing intersea; and the erty, moved to the property va est. Now come along a brother ons for doing so. Cashiei A. to pcepare thern-- j cated by Mr. Wallin unIt will be appropriate at this 'to fortune and to fame himM. Hiatt attended the Keotucky voluntarily pnrchaac immortalizes time for the Rockcastle County known," and isly foV the two days Bankers' Association at Louisville self by settling the question, at Council of Defense to take up mat Mr. and Mrs. W P. begins, this week. campaign ters pertaining to loyal support least to his own satisfaction. He on the date i right now at its most Rgsby, of Lincoln, were with in both acts oases his prophecy Givens of the Government fact should relatives here Sunday. ahich year of leadership, and words. When the call comes of birth, the f pure'., -t r to make and Gus (.'arson, who have been for registration, all present age and length of office, citizens should her mind to a very employed in West Virginia, are of the do their whole duty. Obligations of eight et the leaders with their parents, Mr. and M4rs maxim am. Allies. He shows that the total should not fall on persons of, a and that To insists upon this' w- A Carson, here this week. certain age, letting the rest of the for each leader is,$,836 le must not Albert Jarett, who is with the papulation go free to retard this sum divided by two, gives year in which the war g abOiaj bf Nav' 'sat hnme with his parents. To the I9I8, the Mr and Mrs O. V. Jarrett, th:s National co operation. will close. His ra her remarkathey have last citizen, we Americans must John Robins and A.M. ble figures follows: List ratber set week. Hiatt wore in Mt Veruon, Tues- help 10 win the war, or pay the President Wilson born their first pay- 1856 price of a slacker. Soldiers don't of money day evening, attended a meeting slack, why should citizens? 1912 ml Was elected ink, ;.nd prepare of I he Fuel Administration Com6 Yeais ruling The 326th Field Artil- ly, monthly mittee 62 Years old There is more Catarrh in this . their de. lery, of which Everett Watson is a section of the couutry than all The Times member, is en route to Hoboken, other diseases put together, and Total 3836 urges every citi- - N J., and will likely take a trans for years it was supposed to be President of France born .... I860 to visit the be take these suggestions to pert from there incurable. Doctors prescribed 1913 Was ekcied r hearts tb re should be no Kaiser on the western front. local remedies, and by constantly Years ruling 5 Dl M. K. Pennington, the Lon it ir, What the money failing to cure with local treat58 Years old i n r. Louisville Tims don dentist, will be in Rrodhead, ment, pronounced it incurable. Monday, September 16th, for ten Catarrh is a local disease greatly 3836 Total dava or two weeks. If you need Tin-State Central Committee influenced by constitutional con- King I8O7 of Itala born nominated fov. A. O. Stanley, dental work, see him at Dr. ditions and therefore requires I900 Started to rule Carter's office. f.i U. S. Senator, lor the lung constitutional treatment. Hall's 18 Years ruling term, to b voted for at the Catarrh Medicine, manufactured 51 Years old A convention hy F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, or primary might have brought Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Total 3836 5.nt the fellows is taken internally and acts thru I8-I:jd to help roll up who ar the Blood on the Mucous sur- King of Serbia born Mm majority ea the final count 19o3 Started to rule The registration lor selective faces of the System. One Hunlike to have a say. Years ruling t$ draft will be held Thursday, Sep- dred Dollars reward is offered Years old 74 tember 12th, from 7 a. m. to 9 for auy case that Hall's Catarrh p. m., at ea.h voting plaee in the Medicine fails to cure. Send for Total 3836 W. A. Barrbon, son of A. A. County. All males between the circulars and testimonials. I865 F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, King of England born Harrison, a private in Battery 13, ages of 18 and 46 who have not Started to rule 19 10 Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. 327th Field Artillery, is now sta- previously registered should up 8 Years ruling Hall's Family Pills for constitioned at L ng aland, N.Y , and pear and register. If you are Years old 53 will "go over" as soon as ar- - away from home, register before pation They will pleted for the nearest b ard. Total 3836 B give you your caid, which should is a ti iasp rtal 1875 l)oy and no young be mailed to your home Leeal Farmers are rejoicing over the King of Belgium born ) Started to rule 1900 man in .nr ooaaaauutty deserves Board. It is much safer to send rains. Corn crops will be very 18 Years ruling 111 re credit for what he acco:i;p by registered mail short in this locality. All stock 43 Years old An enlarged copy of card, ex- looks well and pastures are taki du; imr the last few years of his life than he does He en plaining how to answer all ques- ing a new start. A.J. McMullins 3936 Total Brodhead Graded and Hif-'- h tions on registration card may be sold r lambs last of July that 1868 School some four years ago, pos sten ia Cox Bro. and J. Fish &: averaged 104 lbs. at 15 cts and Czar of Russia born .1894 Started to rule Who not so long, and at that time Son's window To read this w 1 they were nearly all twins Years ruling 24 can beat that? J. T. Chasteen signed Ids name by a mark, and help to till cards correctly 5 Years old Where the County has no house and family of Sapulpa, Okla., in May, 1918. he was granted a high school diploma. We recent- of its own to be ustd as a voting were visiting his brother, Sher 3836 Total ly snw a recommendation that place; the building used should man, last week. They have been was given him by the business have a large sign placed on it to away from Kentucky ter eleven Emperor o,f Japan born. . . . 1879 and professional men of this indicate the place to register. years They say that most all 191 2 Started to rule The men appointed to conduct corn is burned up in Oklahoma, town, and among the good things said about him was that he is in- the registration should have lamps although they had a fine wheat Uncle "Ted dustrious, am hi ions, full of ener- prepared, as they will keep open and oats crop. gy and determination and achrist until considerably after dark. and Jack Noe are getChandler ian geu'l'Mij in. A young man Interest should be taken in all ting anxious to see the threshe like Heavy will make a good sold- who are sick to get their cards coming. Sturman Chasteen and Pledge yourself to ier and will do his part in every filed with the registrars and save Hiatt Mink are teaching Quail thing trusted to him. Our good trouble. save and regularly buy school. Mr. Mink is expecting This registration will be much to be called to the aimy at any friend, George S. Durham, of Mt. Y men, was in town a few hours larger than the one in 1917, ard time Homer Brown has Thursday. Mrs. IUI. Hick and immediate action will be taken from Indiana where he Mrs. E.B. New land are with their against anyone failing to regis- has been at work. Misses Hazel issued by the husbands in Karlar.d county this ter. The p?aalty is severe. It Brown and Leila Pope visited U. S. Government. week. Mrs. John Evans returned is estimated that not more than Edith and Jessie Chasteen last to her home in Detroit last Friday, one man out of every six who Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Noe, who after upending a few weeks with registers will be wanted for army has been sick is some better. her parents. Rev. ai djMrs. A J. service during this fiscal year Quite a number from here are Pike, and other relatives. Miss Every man with a family should planning to attend the Rockcas- her go right on with his usual work tie Baptist Association at Union Pearl Hicks accompanied The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bees. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-'ff- lf sonal supervision since its infancy. 31 Allow no one tn dereivfi vnu in this. V' tWv " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. I immediately offer the following What is CASTORIA HOUSEHOLID GOODS ' prTvate Parlor Suit, three-quart- er SALE I Dresser, i t two-wee- I . ) I (fyfi CASTORIA Bei room Suit, I Iron B:d, springs and matress 1 Sideboard, 3 Rocking Chairs, 4 small Chairs, 1 Kitchen Cabinet, 1 Dining Table and 6 Chairs 1 Kitchen Table, 2 Stand Tables, 1 Iron Bed, Springs and matress, J Child's Crib and Matress, 1 I Coal Hod, Oil Stove, I Range Stove, J large Mirror, 1 Organ, 1 Singer Sewing Machinet I small Heating Stove, Baby Buggy, Mantle Clock, Matting Rugsr Lawn Swing, Porch Swing, I Patent Churn, Lot of Kitchen Utensils, I Lawn Mowert Lot Garden Tools, Grind Stone, Lot of Can Fruit and supply fruit jars. All Articles not sold by Saturday September 21st will be sold to the highest bidder. four-burn- er I I I 1 I In Use For Over 30 Years - 11- - 1 TERMS OF SALE WILL BE CASH IN HAND. SALE TO BEGIN AT O'CLOCK P.M I If you are in need of household goods it will pay you to see me. T. J. Pennington Years ruling 6 39 - Years old Total 3836 . . CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. This is not only one of the best and most efficient imedicines for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, but it is also pleasant to take, which is im portant when a medicine must children. be given to young Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been in use for many years and has met with much favor neighborhoods that has e.er been known. W. J. Sparks has moved a saw mill near this place and will be ready for sawing in a few weeks. Charlie Fletcher is having a well dug near his dwelling. Mitchell Norton was in this part Sunday. Miss Lucy Mink is getting .along very nicely with her school at this place No doubt yoo will be sur- prised to .find enclosed $21.55 which I am sending jou for the Red Cross Please give my school the honor. vVe had a pie supper last night for the benefit of the Red Cross. My school girls brought eighteen pies. I think we X..-ve- COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE 4 BRODH EAD 11 ROMO j I 1 re-turn- ed THRIFT STAMPS J DIARRHOEA .IN CHILDREN. For diarrhoea in children one year old or older you wdl find nothing better than Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a dose of cas oil It should be kept at wherever its good qualities have ter hand and given as soon as the become known. Many mothers looseness of the have given it taeir unqualified fisrt udnatural bowels appears. endorsement. Wm. Scuby, writes, "I have Mo., children, have alraised three ways used Chamberluins Cough Remedy and found it to be the best for cough, colds and croup The following receipt is self It is pleasant to take. Both explanatory, and was procured adults and children like it. My for the purpose of helping Mr. wife and I have have always J. S. Rowe to understand that felt safe trom croup with it his gratuitous allotment was in the house." Chamberlain's duly paid over to the treasurer of Cough Remedy contains noopi 11m the American Red Cross War or other narcotic. Fund Drive Committee. It was most impossible for the newspaper to handle all these names omitting, or making a Mrs. Charles Bethurum is vis- without iting friends and relatives in repetition of some doners name get out in Louisville., Mrs. Wm. Payne Should the impression the County that somebody was fell last Saturday and received a or very severe wound. Miss Hattie keeping Red Cross donations, In other words filching from the Carmical, who has been sick for it several months is better. -- Mrs. wounded soldiers "over there" people's would greatly retard the Robert Harmon and daughter, inclination to donate to this fund. Miss Clara, spent Tuesday wttt Misses The receipt is as follows: Mrs George Perciful. Received of M. Pennington bailie and Nancy Sowders spent with their $5.00 (five dollars) contributed Sunday afternoon cousins, Misses Cleo and Vina by J. S. Rowe, Mt. Vernon, Ky., Kirby. The two year old child to the Secood Red Cross War Fund. Official receipt No. 303470. of Mr. McDaniels is very sick. Carmical and sons, May 25, i9i8. Mrs. Charles .V. C. Tate, Treasurer. Shirley. Raleigh and Hughie were A. Cummins at Mt. with Mrs. The following letter and en Frank Har Vernon Sunday. closure was received by M. Penmen and Cecil Barnes who have nington Chairman of the Rockcasbeen working in Cincinnati for tle County Chapter A N R. C. several weeks, are with home-folk- This Chapter is very thankful and Wheat threshing for this amount contributed, but road working has the attention of more grateful for the patriotism our farmers. Misses Maggie Ley shown. isay and Zula Wallen and Master Level Green, Ky. Homer Wallen attended church Sept. 3, 19 8. at Mr. Thomas Levisay's last Pennington. Sunday. There is the nearest Dr. M. Mt. Vernon, Ky. failure of a corn crop in this part and other surrounding Dear Doctor: Chil-licoth- e, should be loyal to our country.. Yours truly. Mrs. Sallie Jones, Teacher,. Level Green School. RED CROSS STOMACH.. affoaded by Chamberlain's Tablets in a multitude of cases has fully proven the great value of this preparation ter a weak stomash and impaired digestion. In manj cases-this relief has become permanent and the sufferers have-beecompletely restored to , FOR a WEAK The great relief health. FOR SALE The heirs of John Riddle, de-cease- d, HO PE WELL offer at private sale, the Brodhead Roller Mills located! at Brodhead, Kentucky. This property is well 'located, practically new and well equipped in erery particular, and now dcing a splendid business. Terms wiH be made to sui purchaser. Title perfect. For particulars address, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Hail, Brodhead, Kentucky. GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS. "Two years ago I suffered from frequent attacks of stomach trouble and bi.iousness. Seeing Chambealain's Tablets advertised I concluded to try them. I improved rapidly." Miss Emma Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. SAVE j yonr money. s. INVEST your quarters in Thrift Stamps. i 1 ,j!,TPnairji 1. nwfiMrt ernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Sept. G 1918 Bogue Brown and J. M. Craig For Sale: Mv dray horses, bought a lot of cattle and hogs wagons and good will in the dray business. from Gus Staversou this week John (ENNUI 79 i, $y waol toComoa uol. 7G cue with SIGNAL uo ' No. 7Q w nen J?4 S& livoJ ix is. .'n r k A NWVIt-L- (Ct Best grade guaranteed 5 5 ear roofing paint in gallon and half barrel lots at $1 per gallon at Fish's. D. M. Cress bought yesterday hogs from John Baker, 2 hogs 9 from R. L. McFerron and 18 hogs from John W. Hilton. Farm: If you ar interested in buying one of the btsc farm located right on Boone Way, close to school, church, ami post office, call this office. in IMF T 1 Rockcastle County, herHaveCash m K V Jess' Bullock, son of Hon. E. Bullock, lost three fingers off his TIME TABLE. C. b.o pm left hand a few days ago, while 2'2 north 3:47 am working in a factory in Indiana. Mttarldnd Memorial Church 24 nortn u:55an 83 south Notice: ThQ person who borOn account of the absence of 12:13 a m rowed or deliberately carried rff 21 South the pastor the regular preachJas. Landrum, Agent. my cross cut saw, will please ing services announced for next bring it home. I need it. Sunday have been postponed Phone No. 8. R L. McFerron until Sunday Sept. I5 Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potofioe mail matter. A number of the Langdon as stcond-ciasW. H. Kruger was arrested M students have rerurned aiid SabTuesday by Detective J. Hensley. of Clay County, as a bath School and Christian EnPERSONAL Mr. Kruger was deavor Society will meet at the Pro German. Ralph Griffin will enter Central rclaesed on a $1000 bond. church at the usual hours. discount applies to all our Clothing, Shoes, and everyUniversity at Danwlle. Announcements concerning ser Mrs. Golden Cummins, who thing in our stock and it means we hand you back every time Bert Baker has moved his fam-iivices for Sept I5 wiil appear in has been very sick at her home back to Mt Vernon. issue-Serv- ices next week's in Cincinnati, was brought to the you spend a dollar cash with us. for both Sunday aid Geo. Weiderhold is home from home of her parents, Mr. and Wednesday evenings, will begin Indianapolis for a few days. Mrs. John Clontz here, this week. If you are looking; for bargains in thing's to wear remember at 8 o'clock until further notice. Mrs. Ray 13mtley, of Louis T. Pennington has sold his T. ville, is the guest of Mrs. R. A. property on West Main to W. H WE BUV.OU FALSE TEETH. Sparks. We pay from $2 00 to $35.00 Brown and will leave Oct tst for Misss Tevis Bethurum will Oklahoma to make his future per set ( broken or not) We also enter Hamilton College, which home. Ho will drive through in pay actual value for Diamonds, opens next week. old Gold, Silver and Bridge-work- . a Ford. Send at once by parcel post and Mrs. John Hunt of the Maiet-LurCome Here For If Need The casualty list for Wednes- receive cash by return mail. very-sicsection, who has been Chester MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY day showed Private is improving. Fall Clothes and Howard, of Brodhead, missing. Dept. X, 20o7 So. 5th St. Renner left yesterday Young Howard left here in OctoHarold Ready Philadelphia, Pa. for Covington to accept a posi- ber and has been overseas about tion with the L. & N. The following special Service Do Help four months. Miss Margaret Sparks has re.LEADfrtO, Save Money and Men will entrain at 12543 a. m., Langdon Me moral School will Some Saving turned from a several weeks visit September 7th, for Camp Wheeler, HART SCHAFFNER & MARK begin Thursday of next week. THE HOME OF aorriEs to relatives at Richmond. Macon, Ga. The list is as folShortage of water a week ago and lows: Bob Davis left Wednesday night the failure to get some necessary ha", a job as Givens Carson, Henry Logan for Ludlow, where he repairs made, is the reason for the The Graded School opened Renner, Claud Allen, Robert W. vard clerk for the L.. & N. CIRCUIT COURT. delay of one week in opening. Tuesday. Prof. Lucy, of Kmmi-nencHenderson, Rtbert 0. Cottongim, Miss Alice Nicely, who is teach The jury awarded John Quinn The Red Cross workers have Roy Esker Rich, McKinley Mink, Ky., is the new principal Arizona, left yes ingat Tucson, judgment for $3000 from the L. been cutting goods this week and Benjamin H. Dean, John Andrew and we have every 'reason to be terday morning for that point. ft N . R. ft. Co. , for alleged will meet next Tuesday and Wed- Baker. sustained by being drug lieve that our board is fortunate Miss Maegie, Jones who has nesday afternoons to sew. in securing him for the i9i8i9 been working in Hamilton, Ohio, The Baptist Convention held at by a train while trying to get off. school year If you are interested show it of the Mt. Vernon is at home for a three weeks stay. by your presence Union Tuesday and Wednesday The case against W. H Kruger Graded School. Miss Virginia KY. was well attended, and most of and his wife, Mrs. Mary Kruger, Bradley, of Danville, and Miss S. C. Franklin was called to George Owens, the Mt. Vernon the churches of the Association who were indicted by the grand Baugh. of Berea are the High Lexington this week to see his and Stanford picture show man, mother who is in very poor was here Monday and installed a represented. A free will offer- jury for Criminal Libel, charged school teachers. The teachers ing was made for the Kentucky with printing and circulating a FIVE SCHOOLS ARE MAINTAINED: health. for the grades are: Misses Georgia new machine for use in the Boone Baptist Children's Home, which scurrilous and defaming article McFerron, Primary, Kuth MulDavis and sons. Bob Way. Mis. Alice MODEL SCHOOL Eight grades; eniollment limited. Manager Henry Daily Leonard and Karl have returned says lie expects to give his pat- amoumed to (100.65. Rev. A. J. relative to County Court Clark lins, 1st and 2nd grades, Lou Faculty of specialists. Special attention to Art. Public School Music, Manual Training. Thesp defrom a visit with relatives in Mad rons the best that there is going. Pike, Moderator and T.J. Painter, S F. Bowman, was tried Monday Phillips 3rd and 4th grades, Mary partments alone worth the tuition charged. Secretary, who have served the and Tuesday. The court gave Langford 5th and 6th grades and MM county. W. H. Brown has aold his farm association for a number of years peremptory instructions as- - to HIGH SCHOOL Four year courses preparing for leadMyrtle Brant7thand 8th grades. Dr. M.Pennington was in Louis and store building near tunnel to in that capacity, were re elected Mrs. Kreuger. The jury returned ing colleges and universities and for practical life. ville first et the week attending a M. R Burton, who will take pos- The Executive Board is composed a verdict of $250 aud 20 days in See catalog for different vocational courses. Ranked acres more or For Salb: 30 meeting of the Kentucky Medical Mr. of J. W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Chair- the county jail in the case of Mr. less, fairly good house, good about Oct. 1st. session as "Class A academy" by the State, which allows Association. graduates to enter university vithout examination. Brown will move to the property man. B. H. Hellard, Sec Trea; Kruger. The case will be ap- barn and smoke house, 2 running Mrs. C. H. White and littie purchased of T. J. Pennington aud Wm. Hurst, Level Green, F. M. pealed. NORMAL SCHOOL Giving County and State Certificate springs, one never fails, half daughter, Mae Lillian, have re put in goods in the Pennington Marshbanks Ottawa, A. E. Al Courses. We give thorough training for teaching, acre in garden with new paling Minnie Merrick was Mrs. stay store room. turned from a seven-week- s specializing in training through practice bright, Brodhead, J. T. Meadows. awarded judgment against Will- fence. All under rail and wire in Illinois with Mr. White. teaching under skilled supervision. Goldie Allen, the thirteen year Mt. Verron. iam Merrick for $20 per month fence. Located mile from court SCHOOL OF ML SIC-T- he best in Eastern Kentucky. A W. B. Sigmon, of near Wildie, old daughter of Arch Allen, who Will as alimony and support of their house on Hansford road of expert instructors, artists and teachers faculty WANTED. left Wednesday for Chicago, where was shot by his w f e a few weeks nine year old child. Pay begins sell at a bargain if sold at once. with the very best home and foreign training. To rent farm. Prefer stock be enters the Y. M. C. A. work. ago near Withers, was tried in A. C. Sowder, with October. Courses in Piano, Voice, Violin, and all stringed and t:ols furnished. Can give He enlisted far oversea duty. Mt. Vernon, Ky. instruments, Cornet and all wind instruments, Pipe County Court yesterday on a Court adjournd yesterday and George Frederick Jr., who has charge of disorderly conduct and best of reference, or will buy Organ, Public School Music, etc. -t. the docket has beeu relieved of Sept. 7Wrue, been seriously sick for the past sentenced to one year in the Re- small farm. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS -- Fvll courses in Bookkeeping much of its congested condition The infant child of James C. C. Cummins, Office Banking, Law, Shorthand, Typewriting1, two months is improving and ex form School and was taken there during the past two and a half Smith of Burr, died yesterday. Special Civil ierrice Practice and all allied subjects. Wooldridge, Tenn. pects to go back to Pineville next by Deputy Sheriff W. G. Niceley Courses to meet the needs of our Government. Positions wenks Aug. 30-guaranteed to all who make good. week. yesterday. Rev. E. K. Pike. Pastor of the DEBTS COLLECTED returned Homer Proctor has RATES FOR TUITION, BOARD, ROOM, ETC., VERY Hon. E Bullcck will be on the Judge Cam Mullins requests LOW Methodist Church, here closed Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds SEE CATALOG Irom the Great Lakes training of job at the state fair next week. anywhere in the nis quairenial with the Falmouth collected unless wc collect. world. No Catalogs out Aug. 5. If you don't get yours promptly will return to State all oeace officers and citizens camp. He Reference: charges a sharp look write us. College when that institution this county to keep The following Rockcastle boys people last Sunday night. He Farmers National Bank. Write us. out for all boys within the school For further information address, Nay's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. opens. left on No. 24 this morning for was greeted by a large congregaage who are loafing night or day Offii.-ePRINCIPAL A. W. MOHN, LONDON, KY. Room 7 Masonic Bldg. his fare j tion to hear him preach Everett Mullins, who has a and report their names to him. Camp Taylor: Guy Roberts, Victor Todd, well sermon, the other churches good position with the L & N.. The new law says if these bovs in town having dismissed their at Ludlow, was at home during have regular occupations they Johnson Rowe, John Walter Wm. Henry Anderson, J. evening services so as their memthe week to see his parents, must be in school and not idleing ) Walter Drew, Bennet Brown, bers could be present. This Judge and Mrs. Cam Mullins. their time away. It is hoped R James Hiatt shows the popularity and esteem Cashier Flovd Miller, of the this loafing business will be stopt. Emmet Mullins, in which Rev. Pike was held. Mirk, Ed Brown, Jas. Carlos Peoples Bank, ano Assis'-an- t Many of those who have cutjthe Shipiett, Asbury Howard, Wil- He has in the past four years Cashier Victor C Tate of the off the road along their liam Jackson Rodgers, John Al- added over 200 members to the Bank of Mt. Vernon, are attend brush leaving the limbs corn, Troy Garrett, George Law- Falmouth charge, having more ing the Banners Convention, property are where they fall. This does more rence, Bradly Robinso j, Bradly than doubled the membership at COMPLETE LIN EOF which is in session in Louisville. harm than if the brush and limbs Riddle, Robert Harry Miller, Boyd. Coffins, Caskets & Robed Private Bill Gabbard is home were left standing. All ditches s hoped that Rev. Pike Oscar Parks. for a few days from Camp Forest, and culverts will soon be tilled up could see his way clear to return Mai 1, Telegraph or Tele William S. Polly, a Georgia. He is with Bradley and everyone knows the result. to Falmouth for another term deserter, who should have gone honeOrders Promptly Sigrmon, Dan Pitman, Elijah Os suggest that the magis- several months ago, was among His official board was a unit in We would borne, Lindsay Brock, Emmett trates see to it that the limbs, asking his return, and not only the list. that, but promised him an inNorton, Finley Ward, Charles brush, etc., are kept out of the Tnlly Payne, son of R.L.Payne, crease in salary of $200 a year Forsylbe and Sams from Livings- ditches. registered at Buffalo, N. Y., went if he would return, but he- felt ton. Bill savs the. boys are all The Level Green school had a to Camp Taylor on the same train like he had been with the church OPENS feeling fine and aniious to get a FOR here long enough and should go pie supper last week and "realized by permission of the Local Board to a new field where his usefullicfc at the Germans. Scpt.ll YOU $21.55 or tne Red .Cross. How of Buffalo. ness might be enlarged. many schools in the. county will Rev. Pike was loved and es LOCAL College, Normal, Vocational teemed not only by his town the same thing ? We ask for do Academy, Foundation congregation, but by other deAndrew Meece, the name of every teacher in the Substitutes nominations and the citizens of "Something Good for Every Comer' county who will promise and John Hamilton. Falmouth as a whole, who, together with the Leader wish him Highest Standards Best EquipSchool shoes for boys and guarantee to have either a pie Godspeed, and offers congratusunner or something similar for mentsLowest Expenses. girls at reduced prices for cash UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER lations to the charge that sethe benefit of the Red Cross bedo manual work and All students at Fish's. cures his services on getting a tween now and December 1st. earn something. many minister of the ability and KY. You can buy new Fall clothes n Send in your name so the list and make it work for All have Bible lessons likable qualifications that Rev. less than Fish's can at Fish's for can appear in the paper on Sept. Pike ; possesses. Falmouth Four new buildings. you and Uncle Sam replace them. is an opportunity for 20th. Here Berea draws 1800 students from It will buy a Thrift Heaviest g.rade O'Bryan Over- every teacher and school district Berea seems to have solved thfl twenty States. President Wilson says every boy and possibly can must go to school alls $2.75 at Fish's as long as to do something for the great eirl who Stamp issued by the You can share these good things this fall. He is actually letting a lot present stock lasts. Red Cross organization. To Mrs. may out" unnecessary expenses, ana fur if you will. of boys out of the Army so they U. S. Governmert. things, including great shed College courses, because Jones, teacher of Level finish their Vnr full particulars send name picture 8h0W8 many otner reCreation3, Jas. H. Griffin, of Wildie, now Sallie and the .Government will need educated and desires to free. And having so many students, It on the Battleship U. S. S. Dela- Green school and her pupils is meirfor doctors and engineers. The buys food and other supplies at lowest , .. is to have an officer the credit for the splendid Government ware, writes that he is well due MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, bee y, rates, and thus by superior manage-at Berea and the State University, so 1 school pie sup' w pleased, is learning Radio, and success of the first 3 that the students can get some drill 1- Berea. Kentucky ent seems to make a first class edu-' " 1 per. attending school. while vuuu VAiQebrc 1111 a wj lue expects to be transferred soou. - COUISVILLE R R CO. For Stoves, Ranges and Hardware, see John Robins, Brodhead THAN MERCHANDISE 1 B stock for cash at an early date we are offering a cash discount from our regular prices, beginning, Friday Morning, September 6th, 1918. Hats In order to close out our entire This y We Rather Have Cash Than Merchandise You Your g k New Fall This Winter Shoes We Are You To a e. in-juri- es SUE BENNETT Memorial School LONDON, Opens Tuesday, September 3 . 3t. - : Mc-Nell- 0 MM s GRANVILLE OWENS CASH GROCERY STORE Undertaker BR&9AD Filled It-wa- non-willf- Get Your - School At BEREA J. C.McCLARY mL Supplies SAVE THAT 25 CENTS Non-sectaria- STANFORD. Drummond's - SJSrTS XvK I 1 IWIMflXON dfraW - rfortrj.rsivze?: V--if- 0 i Who Is MostBenef itted I The Money i if you save it BY You Earn r if you spend it H I ou Are Others Are Be true to ycurself and deposit a small amount regularly with ' ft I S .- THAT FKONTIF.K ARMY. Two thoughts are fostered by I ill. t.ie news that toe Kai.ser is busily w OF SOLDIER engaged b proxy in picking in r army of oO.O90 men, commanded a- it Works Always To Put Lib-- ) bv the best of tne German oft ac- ers, with which todefrnd tbeGer- Bond Values Higher eriy man frontier, when by reason el Time works in iavor of Libert) ' t valoi and skill of the Allies Bonds. gome of the more rpstloas-mind- i d the German frontier becomes the ehold, n 4f Liberty Bonds of the Soc A1ied objectives. The Kaiser : Third loans have lest sight of end :::::: f..,nt .awi niimv0H the. aiiht ain i 'does hinnuh rather wed in this market price trbieh took place matter, hut MM so well as he thi, summer to worry them. migtai. Five hundred thousand t". e Those prices reflect oniv a tempo !) raiy condition, says the Wall Street German w.ll be scarcely eHOUf .Journal, and the Treasury department Germans wher. the Allies jspproa h is already in process of remedying It. the German trontier. But we are The slump in part has. been due to a misapprehension on the part of small bound to IftkC CumiOCt in the fact a-- investors whi have gained a taper - that at last the brutal foe has a- aQclal knowledge of tax exemption feabeen fore d to take thought for a..-- atures. This fact a- V.'hile bonds of the Second and his owe frontiers. Me Third loans, the 4 and 4i per ceut shows what our military progress aaDonas, are tax:. Die ana me sy2 Pr the past four weeks has been in a- incent bonds are tax free the small i iiMatf - aw.afeaagfc . Mto1J.miaa e U. S. BEST e" caaaawaaaaoaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaacaa MICE Fged wi Be a "'tJJJSiS 11 ;'2f .J - at WjlQ e the H I DON'T WASTE.IT RAISE IT a a ; S" - Producer As Well as Con sumer in-th- I RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and QIC A IN ami VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AM) DEPOSIT WITH a a a a PEOPLES BANK SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. T Money in the pocket burns, f Put it in the Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a cheeking account with us, 4 Your camelled checks returned will show where your money has gone, and thev will spur you on to save for the better. things of life I I i .crr4- neDUIlKU. IVIL. V t5I -. I1UI19 . 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings 5 vestor cannot be taxed by any income tax law no in off t ct or any later to be enacted on any of the bonds unless Ivs nddinga of 4 or 4V4 bonds reacli (5.000 "oiih or more. And yet a tad) of ti.e transactions in bonds to date has revealed the fact that many of the sales are by small investors who have disposed of their 4s and 4'4s tc reality. nei The second thought brought to a- mind by this preparation for de a- aaa-- WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS -- fending the German frontier, is a sort of yearning for as f nil a sup Ian a-- PEOPLES BANK a MT. VERNON, KV. aaaaiaa4taasaoaaBOaaaoAOAaAaaaAB&a&&a-ifmmmmmmmmmmmfonmm'ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmaaeaaaaaaaaaeaaaaeeBeea . a a a a a a a i n I'lri p..i . 3em, " -- K52X2IIS2: ; - zs M T "" 3 lie I WARE 8 Argument buy ! beeaaae some one has told them the a, s wore tax free. Everj thing which congress takes up in the way of financial legislation gets the careful attention of the Treasury department. Nothing is allowed to go far if its proisions in any way tend to lower values on Liberty Bonds. Liberty Bond holders have first consideradone to tion and eerything is facilitate the financing of the war. Aside from the tax free features, which are only present lnflucnci s after all, the Liberty Bonds should investments for stand out as value. The capital their which they will restore to the investor aft-the war will have a far greater purchasing power than the money which he is putting into the bonds now when money is so cheap and plentiful. br-ingilt-edged afier-the-wa- r tn i 1 2H ' :mmLiK& al fit ill favor of this store is the fact th.it the most They Give Blood Abroad; We Must Give Our Treasure caldrot'. Anyone proposing peace with G many before Kaiserism shall havi been crushed out of existence shoulci either be interned or placed in an ir sane asylum for medical ment. ; plv of airplanes M there is room far back of the Allied line Air- pi3UOS Cotdd do a go-- d work on those So.ooo Germans while thev are preparing their frontier D si- tions. Airplanes could make the job of watching the frontier quite as exciting as fighting on the front line; and very much more unsatisfactory. The morale of an army iu such a position could be demolished by a sufficiency of airplanea, to sav nothing of bomb ing German towns and railroad cen ers day and uight. while bur brave ground forces fight steadily fcrward toward Berlin. L. Times. Kai-e- r Bill is such an Artitic"-Krro- r that we suspicion the real object may be to stiffen the .morale of the delu led people into vol notary enlistment for the patriotic duty of defending the border, and subsequently thrown into the ..... .......at... 3,.. ............a.. -- ........... a a a ? w o One Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another "The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America" THE HOME SEEK? NEW YORK Home Office: No. 56 Cedar Street ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, President RESOURCES INVESTED IN AMERICAN SECURITIES One Hundred and CASH ASSETS CASH CAPITAL Twenty-Nint- h Semi-Annu- al Statement January, 1918 LIABILITIES NET SURPLUS OVER LIABILITIES Surplus as regards Policyholders, $19,001,250.58 '.-- - $44,048,651. 58 6,000,000.00 25,047,401.00 13,001,250.5a skillful nnchaiiiHs always come here for theirs. You dent have to be told the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. h COME AND SEE. s c. Wa Mt. Vernon, c. cox 8 Opoosite Court House cy"3Q uUMjia ' i ',7' r,;.ifi7SaJy J .f'jymwxms vine ' rs Thing W9 wrmtr floors I i ? j. u ' -" ffliid jimt1 ii Ki n ' J I T .T J. Until you've tried finishing your floors with P dict of Hudsor Maxim. Thegrea gun maker giw tersely some oi the reasons win the governiner. needs five or si: billion dollars more immed'atel. reasons why tin fourth Libert:. loan must go over with a big safety margin, why otner loans soon to Hudson Maxim. come must go over the same way "We cpnnot fonaiiler any terms of peace whatsoever with the German government as now constituted," Max im's letter goes on to say. "Germany must be licked and the Hohenzollerns kicked off the throne before we ca! even talk peace without outraging ou; The German militar;. ring must be broken and so shatteret that it can never be reuaited. "Those militaristic bandits of of Atilla who pr pared to plunder the world and enslav mankind are not fit to place the names to a peace canipact be:.ide tho: of the heroes who ill. with s:icrifi.. of blood and treasure, save the w: r' from their clutcln b. "Thive is but one way to peace ai tliat ts the way to Berlin." Lib'-rtbonds will open that re; for the American boys. 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