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Mount Vernon signal: September 6, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918090602_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. y f PUBLISHED ' I fish Air EVERY FRIDAY efllf w iwfttmi 9lSg& v Cm-cinna- li, Jtpl! ESTABLISHED ' X887 VOLUME XXXI MT. VERNON, .ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY;, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1918 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm NUMBER 50 visit with relatives here. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Griffin, of Ohio, are visiting relatives hero. Mr. and Mrs. James Southards, of Howell, Ind., are visiting relatives hore .Jim is an old Rockcastle boy and is making good. Mrs. Hobort Griffin .has returned from London after a fow days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sdm Peunlngton. There were services at tho Christian church, Saturday and Sunday, of Rockcastle the conducted by the Rev. Masters, of Brodhead. Urban of Revenue and Taxa- has returned from the Chuning Under the London Fair and says the crowd was its rrjuch smaller than in former tion as passed by the General Assembly, S entertd the it is the duty of all years. Sinco llftle. U.attention is session for the year tho war but given fairs. Coming events cast persons to appear before the County their shadows before, and surely Bill, tho Brute of Commissioner and list their property I, or Old Kaiser baby assasinator, the Berlin, tho red has seen one of my deputies will from the first day tho handedg murderer, tho wall. on be dono What of July, day of October, a man, shouldclaims to with asuch until the who be full partner with God? We believe 19 18, be office over the store of my his doom is scaled and with tho I boys on tho Western front, going Baker, from 8 to 5 to receive, your ftbtf -- feiWjri crtMPx tftll long to enter not list, and any one failing to appear and list their and tatce a short time to Germany then march to Berlin. You can guess tue fate property,-- will be reported, and upon their fail- of old Bill, the Kaiser. Some of will turn up theso ure to list their property they are subject to a in h mornings he will Satan do; and what take fine of not exceeding the sum-o- f fifty dollars. hades anto inventory and turn over Old Bill, to whom it Si rightly belongs. Rt You Will Be Pleased with .the perfect fit of your suit, tlio quality "feci" of tho cloth nnd its individual design when ordered from To Taxpayers Acts County: United States Tailoring Co. 'CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their lino is overflowing with new, appealing suitings nnd overcoatings fabrics that will delight tlio yonng man of fnaji. ion and make the business man look the part. Tailored to your intimato inches with tho skill that makes no mistakes. Prices extremely low. at J9J8, Tax hand-writin- J9J8, at 3Jst Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead -1 U G. e a,m. p.m., 1 I? .. fef Tax C. T. SIGMON, Commissioner of Rockcastle County, Kentucky. Car-ponfer, LEVELGREEN There was a pie supper given h., &. LIVINGSTON Baker.and Mr.nnd Mrs. V. M. J. W. Bukor. of Mt Vernon, were I Kdd Owons, of here Monday. Miillins stution. was here between trains, Sunday. Mrs G.S Grif tin mid children, have returned from Pittsburg, after a few days visit with relatives. VV A. Todd, of the Level Green section, Is visiting his sister, Mrs J. A. Owens. I. W. Catlin is working the agency here in the absence of C. A lllamord, who is taking a sixty-daWo failed to got in lay olT a letlor last week on account of working nights at the depo't, but we aro back on the job again. Wo have been informed that our old friend James Maret was out riding in his Tin Lizzio the other day and lost control of tlio and was first on ono side of the pike then on the other, and at last landed in the fence. Our friond romarked to a party .passing by that she. failed to auger now, as, Winchester is a dry town. Wo aro at our witts ond to this or to offer a solution, otherwise- our mind would liave To our friend wo boon at oaso. will advise bun in the language of old uncle Alfred Owens, when you ure out a motoring, "Keep yonr eyes on the main iuglomeut." S. C. Frankhu was hore Saturday en routo to Lexington to see his mother, who is very sick. Mrs. y ma-chin- e, le Bill Odell and children aro visit, ing her sister. Mrs,. Charley ' at Lebanon. Our school began Monday with Prof. Leo Webb as principal, and M rs. Lee Webb and Mrs Bettio Pike, as sistants. Born to tho wito of G. W. Murphy, on the 28th a fino boy. Mother and babo 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. Uainbo went to Stanford, Sunday, to enter school. Mrs. Oscar Argenbright lias returned from a few days visit with rela tives in Corbin. Mrs. Fred Owens and children, of Cincinnati, aro visiting relatives here this week. Crops in this locality are very short as tho dry weather has injured corn, and gardens aro almost a thing of tho past, but why should wo worry. Just to get by and do all wo can for tho boys over thore" should bo tho watch word, so let's not worry about our fate here, but put our shoulder to tho wheel to help Uncle Sam and tho boys in Frauco. J, V. of Ktnmiueiico, Ky., had accepted tho position as cashier of Tho First State Bank at this place. Moved, his family here a fow days ago but now is called to. the colors, Mr. and Mrs. Charloy Carpenter, of Lebanon, has returned homo aftor a few days Wil-keno- HESZZXZ .i 4S.-T.T- i-- 0 M x i sazzsK DR. M. K. h 8 at the school houso hero Monday night which was a porfect success, tho proceeds, going to the Red. Cross. ThrpjwercBight'een pies which brought $21.55 and tho 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 tho occasion and did the selling of the pies. We hope that each district may contribute this much to such a grand work. Mr anoS Mrs. W.E Andrson are tho proud parents of a nino pound boy at their home. Several from here attended tho Baptist Association at Union first o.f tho wecic. Mrs. R. M. Testorman has been Visiting her daughter, Mr.. M. E. Burton this wee- k- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hurst are visiting rela tives and friends in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs W. E Hasty and children spent last week at Turnersville. -- Mr. and Mrs 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.--Mis- s Sallyc Prico who is making hor homo with her sister, Mrs. F. E Mullins, is with her mother this week. Miss Rosa Gentry and little sister, Omega and brother, Robert, spent Sunday with thou- grandmother, Mrs. J. Mrs. O. J. Mullins N. Brown. mid children, spent Sunday with her parents at Ocala. There has beenla series of meeting at Chapel conducted by Rev. Biown and Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Thoard Proctor, of Claronco, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. - Brown. PENNINGTON DENTIST 8 8 X BRODHEAD SEPT. 216 For 10 Days or Weeks s Office with W. F. If you, need Dental WILL BE IN BRUSHY RIDGE SCHOOL. The following is tho numbor that aro on the Honor Roll for second month: o Abnoy, Re1st becca Shejl, Theo White. 2nd giado Wilson White. 4th grade Elmer Halo, Beulab Wilson, Tennessee Whito, Clyde grade-Virgi- X CARTER Work see him during that time -- Gilbert McCrackon, Tardiness is ono of tho greatest difficulties that wo havo in our rural schools. The following Is tho list that wo havo in our Moonlight School: Jackson Ballinger, James Frank Bakor Sr., Frank Baker Jr., Taylor Mullins, Fan-ulMullins, Simpson Keen. All aro getting along line. J. W. H. Jonas, Teacher. Mc-Guiro Howell. 5th grade . , HRgzxtT i qgs:pa : C.A9XORIA OXiliaren" tffif FOR FLETCHER'S REGISTRATION. embassies and legations, consuls selves iu readiness to render "Tlio President of the TJni tP,iiincl consular aconts.of foreign W hntpvor nssislnnro wnv tn rrr immmmwamtmmmtHm iMinwrjw mm wnMnHMll mimmtmrmi amies, by lirociamuiion, tin.sUG""ineo .VTding in tllU Uimteu essary in preserving order at places of registration and in asfixed September 12, I9I8 for States. the registration throughout tho "Persons not subject to regis- sisting in bringing rbout a com United States of all men between tration solely on account of beinc plete registration. tbe ages of eighteen and forty-fiv- e in tho tnihtnr.y service of the "All Marshals, Deputy Mar inclusive, for military ser- United Stites become subject to shals, investigating agents, and vice, except those who have al- l'egistration and are required to police officers, shall examino the ready registered and those who register immediately upon leaving registration lists and "report with are not required undfir the law such military or naval servico. out delay to the locil boards tho to do so. "Citizens of tho United States names of any pcrsis known by "Under the aulhority vested or persons who have, declared them to have failed to register in the President, it has been or- their intention to become citizens themselves when liable to regisdered that State headquarters, of the United States, who do not tration; and it shall be tho duty local boards and othor officials register on account of absence of local boards to report to the of the State will hold themselves from tho territorial limits of the proper United States District in readiness to proceed prompt- - United States, are required to Attorney all cases coming to $ their wprk of registra-ito-n register within five days aftpr their attention of porsons vb'o on 'tTdVtTvfiredrAlF inmr.rprnrn ti trio iiniit.! sitoioa" have? tailed themselves WmmmWP " Existing draft machinery will "The' regulations then warn for registration as required by registrants and all othor persons law. be used with such increased "Pollco officers may require facilities and additional regis- charged with a knowledge of tho trars as aro required for this regulations, that ignorance of tho any persons subject to registraenrollmerft. Under the Presi- provisions will not excuse them. tion to exhibit- his registration dent's proclamation, the Govern"These regulations, it is set certificate. ors of all States have been called forth, "Havo the force and effect "In any case in which a duly upon to superviso this registra- of law, and all porsons required designated officer or agent retion and the Adjutant General, or by these regulations to be regis fuses or fails to act, the GoverDraft Executive, will, under this tored, and all persons who may nor, Adjutant General, or memproclamation bo tho central ad- claim 'any right- or privilege in ber of a locaf board, will proceed ministrative authority. All local resppct of any registrant, aro at once to natno another ouicor boards will have immediato direc- charged with knowledge of tho or agent for such duty, and will tion and supervision within their provisions thereof. Failure by bring the fact of such refusal respective jurisdiction. The ac- any person required to bo regis- or'failuro, and the circumstances tual registration will bo made in tered to perform any duty pro- connected therewith, to tho at( tho customary voting precincts scribed by theso regulations is a tention of tlio proper United within tho jurisdiction of each misdemeanor, punishable by im- States District Attorney, with board, or in such, other places as pnsonuiont for ono year, and viow to the institution of of suchollicor or agent, as the local hoard having jurisdic- may result in tho loss of valuation shall designate by public ble rights and privileges, and an provided in Section 6 of tho act approved May 18, ID17 notice. immediate induction into tho mi"It is essential that the people 'Rulings issued, by thfi Pro- litary servico. of this state shall accord tho vost Marshall General as to per "Local police authorities in all fullest measure of iu sons who are required to regis- parts of the country will tho carrying out of this order. ter under tlio act are as follows: with the Government in tho Ignorance of the law and of regulations issued by propor authorAll malo porsons who shall enforcement of order on registra- ity undor tho law, excuses no have attained their eighteenth tion day. Regulations prescribed ono. All persons on the border birthday and shall not havo at- by tho Prosident and. sent to lino of Iho ago of registration birthday dralt officials of tho various will be required to give adequate tained .their forty-sixton or before tho'day sot for States, contain the following pro- proof that thoy aro outside of tho limit specified. Tlio penalty by the President must visions: for failure to register is ono "On tlio day sot for registra- yeir's imprisonment, and no man register. tion, ah Fedoral Marshals, police can exonorate himself by tho Tlio only exceptions aro: (A) 'Persons who, prior to, tlio officers, State, County, township, payment of a fino." whatever day sot for. registration by tho municipal and towu-(Signed) D. M. Reynolds, President, have registered under grado or class, shall hold thorn Provost Marshal Genoral's Office. tho terms of the act approved May 18, 1917, (which fixed 'tho original age limits at 21 to 30 inclusive), or under tho terms of tho public resolution of Congress, IS approved May 2o, i9i8, (providing for tho registration sinco June a 5, il)i7, of those reaching tho If you are years ago of 21 years), whet'aer called public service or not; and old on the day of tor'(B) Officers and rogular army officers appointed, and men of September, you the forces drafted undor the proRegister. If you lack visions of the act approved May enlisted 18, 1O17; officers and Will be given to the wearer who one day of being men of the National Guard wlillo in tho servico of tho United states finds PAPLRinthe heels, countyears oJct you and tho officers of tho Officers ers, insoles or outsoles of any Reserve Corps and enlisted men Register. corps in i.tbo enlisted resorve shoes sold by us bearing the while In tho servico of tlio United Friedman-Shelb- y trade States; and (C) Officers and enlisted men of tlio Navy aud Murine Corps It aud officers and enlisted men and enrolled men of the Naval forcos and Marino Corps Kosorvo whllo in the servico of tho United States; and representa (D) Diplomatic . tives, technical attaches of oreigu JCv ; "" All Persons Between fltt4fKro mu 11MUU VI 18 & 46' - Years of Age Must - -' 11 n proso-cutio- Register Next h Thursday, regis-tratio- n of Sept. 1 2 1 "BUYING POOR SHOES TO 8 2th 1 LIKE STOPPING SAVE MONEY THE CLOCK TO SAVE TIME," must 46 must $5.00 Pair of Shoes mark. CASH AND A NEW REGISTER AT ;' i Takes Leather To Stand Weather He-ser- YOUR VOTING PRECINCT JOHN RO BINS BRODHEAD J r3E29t:sis;.wsi homo and will bo there seveinl l)i V. J Hrowr, months perhaps of Stanford, was here last I'Md.iv Ft lt)AV, Sl'pt 0. IjiS who i to see Mrs. C. II .K W. L and Mr quite- ill Mr lin moved to Danville. Saturd-v- , PublUhtdevety Ftiday by We are j'Orry to lose these gnu I EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. people Mr. Walhn is Fpiei Agent for tho Queen & Crexce t $i.o s unsckirTioN own vkak Railroad Co., and has made li headquarters at Danvillo for si Advertising rates viauc known on eral years and tho change will application very convenient fur him. Edj: ' iirowii and Monroe Sutton 1. Saturday for Lynch, Hatlan con MKMIIKK OP ty, where they will work for tli KHNTWKY I'KKSS ASSOCIATION U.S Mrs.Wult r Coal&t'okeCo. iSEk;sn7.ifii.Tii i Mt, Vernon Signal Children Cry for Fletcher's I F OR I SALE I BR Smith, of Winchester has been with her parents, Mr and Mrs. I. M. Owens, hero during tlie Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Week. It is pleasant. It contains Mrs L M. Drown, of Louis neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its villo, was with her parents, M r For more than thirty years it has fige is its guarantee. and Mrs. J. G Frith, the tirst of been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, .1. W. the week. Kid and Mrs' Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising VOLUNTARY PURCHASES. Masters left for Middleb-rotherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Tlie Liberty Loan Organization Thursday, where they will visi The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Risorvc relatives and friends. Mr. Mast of the Eight Federal J Dresser, J Bed room Suit, J Parlor Suit, meeting District is perpiring strongly to ors willhold a advoc-itGENUINE a method of Liberty in Harlan county oofore return ALWAYS I Iron springs and matress flontl purchase Unit the Times ing. Miss Rita Moore, of Helen, ) Bears the Signature of Sideboard, small Chairs, has nilvocitcil as strongly us it who lias charge of the Moonl.ght 3 Rocking Chairs, . coul. since the prcparatory'days schools of Rockcastle, was tho Kitchen Cabinet, Dining and 6 Chairs of tlie first Liberty Loan drive, guest of Mrs R. H. Hum in last Kitchen Table, Stand Tables, That is voluntary luirehnse of week. The Baptist Association bonds to lie fullest extent of the held at Union church, near Otta three-quart- er Iron Bed, Springs and matress, purchasers' power to save money. wa, was largely attended from this Child's Crib and Matress, purchase would section. Services were held here Such volant-trrelievo to a great extent the labor every evening at tho Baptist four-burn- er Coal Hod, Oil Stove, Range Stove, The Kind You Have Always Bought of the selling organization; and church by able visiting ministers. 1 large Mirror, THC CIMTAUH COHWWV, WW VOWK CITV. would bring about a far greater Singer Sewing Machine, Mrs. John Robins is spending wc ever a few days with Mrs. J. Tlios. oversubscription than I I I small Heating Stove, Baby Buggy, Mantle Clock, have seen Cherry at Caab Orchard this I 1 Swing, Porch Swing, The Central Committee of this week. Miss Jo Davis, of Mt Ver prepare for his crop as usual this week. Grover McMullin reserve district has set apart nou, is with her sister, Mrs. Wal and try to have lirgor crops, for and family, of Quail, visited nt I Mower, of Kitchen Utensils, I Churn, rii. Hc..U TnTsvTuTjoTnuTrTuro!rTriT'W oUH u'liiuel - aim jTaaTTTTuiT7 ?!ffW" -!'. 'MllUil..L'L"in,tj..dLj' " A. ii ""oT&rcreti-ToulsPOrffia Stone; tcer Days for the next Liberty head Real Estate Company sold quired of most '.f the men who and Sunday. Farmers are planthe C. A. Wheeldon property on register next Thursday. Loan; and it is hop.-that the ning to sow wheat. Most every of Can and supply fruit jars. Main street to J. T. Wallin this publicity efforts that are to Read the President's Procla- body has signed a pledge to inthat (Incision will fix these week for 5750, and Mr. Wallin mation elsewhere in this paper. crease the acreage over last year. AH Articles not sold by Saturday September 21st will be sold to two dates firmly in the minds of moved his family to it Wednes Attend church next Sunday anil the highest bidder. Full opportunity day. Mrs. Margaret Holcorab, your preacher will talk about the the people. "When will the war end?" is a will be given for everybody to who occupied the Wheeldon prop proper way to register and reas- question of ever increasing intermake bond purchases; and the erty, moved to the property va ons for doing so. est. Now come along a brother fame unpeople are urged to prepare them- cated by Mr. Wallin. Cashiei A. I It will be appropriate at this to fortune and to selves to purchase voluntarily M. Hiatt attended the Kentucky known," and immortalizes himtime for tho Rockcastle County and generously for the two days Bankers' Association at Louisville by settling the question, at Council of Defense to take up mat self Mr. and Mrs. W P. begins. this week. before the campaign least to his own satisfaction. He If you are in need of household goods it will pay you to see of Lincoln, were with ters pertaining to loyal support bases his prophecy on the date The v ar is right now at its most in both nets Givens of tho Government critical stage, which fact should rolatives here Sunday. year of leadership, and words. When tho call comes of birth, the cause every purchaser to moke and Ous Carson, who have been present ago and length of ouice, for registration, all citizens should up his or her mind to a very employed in West Virginia, are eight ot the leaders of the do their whole duty. Obligations of lo- - vinririte ..... nnrl ,..,.. ., high maximum. u..u Allies. He shows that the total should not fall' on persons of 'a for each leader is 3.83G and that The committee insists upon this W. A, Carson, hero this week certain age, letting'tho rest of the point: That tho people must not Albert Jarott, who is with tho population go free to retard this sum divided by two. gives which tho war g u age their purchasing ability by Navy, is at homo with his parents, No doubt you will be sur6 neighborhoods that has OAer been Years ruling. . ., To the I9I8, the jeirin National co operation. the amount of money they have Mr. and Mrs O. V. Jarrett, th's last citizen, wo Americans must will close. His ra her , remarka-blv. J. sparnsnas tnoveit prised to find enclosed $21.55 Years old .39 Known. John Robins and A. M. figures follows: in bank. They must rather set week. a saw mill near this place and which I am sending jou for the Hiatt were in Mt Vernon, Tues- help to win the war, or pay the President Wilson born tie tho extent of their first pay1856 3836 will be ready for sawing in a few- Red Cross I'lcaso give my school price of a slacker. Soldiers don't ments by the anouut of money day evening, attended n meeting slack, why should citizens? IOI2 Was elected iVo had a pio supweeks. Charlie Fletcher is hav- the honor. they have in bank, and prepare of the Fuel Administration Com.'.6 CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Years ruling ing a well 1'ug near his dwelling. per last night for the banefit of The 326th Field Artilto save daily, weekly, monthly mittee 62 REMEDY. Mitchell Norton was in this pait tho Red Cross. My school girls There is more Catarrh in this Years old lery, of which Kvorott Watson is a enough money to meet their deof tho country than all section This is not only one of the Sundiy. Miss Lucy Mintc is get- brought eighteen pies. I think ferred payments. Tho Times member, is en route to Hoboken, other diseases put together, and Total 3836 best and most efllcient i medicines ting along very nicely with her we should be loyal to our country. very earnestly urges every citi N J ., and will likely take a trans for years it was supposed to be Yours truly, President of France born .... I860 for coughs, colds, croup and school at this place zen to take thoso suggestions to port from there to visit the incurable. Doctors prescribed Mrs. Sallio Jones, Teacher, 1913 whooping cough, but it is also diarrhoea".in CHILDREN. Was eUcied their hearts there should be no Raiser on the western front. local romedies, and by constantly Level Green School. . Years ruling 5 pleasant to take, which is itn Dr. M. K. Pennington, the Lon- failing to cure For diarrhoea iu children one need to point out what the money with local treat. 58 nortant when a medicine must Years old year old or older you will find is needed for. FOR a WEA-Louisville Times don dentist, will bo in Rrodheud, ment, pronounced it incurable. STOMACH. bo given to young children. Monday, September 16th, for ten Chamber-Iain'Cough Remedy nothing better than The great relief affoaded by Catarrh is a local disease greatly 3836 Chatnborlain's Total...., Colic and Diarrhoea Rem- Chamberlain's Tun State Central Committee days or two weeks. If you need influenced by constitutional conmany years Tablets in a multi1867 has been in use for has nominated Gov. A. O. Stanley, dental work, see him at Dr. ditions and thoroforo requires King of Itala born met with much favor edy, followed by a doso of cas tude of cases lias fully proven and has I900 Started to rule for U. S. Senator, for tho long Carter's oflice. tor oil It should be kept at constitutional treatment. Hall's 18 wherever its good qualities havo haud and given as soon as the the great value of this preparaYears ruling term, to be voted for at tho NoimCatarrh .Medicine, manufactured 51 become known. Many mothers fisrt udnatufiil looseness of tho tion tor a weak stomash and Years old vember election. A convention by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, paired digestion. In mail) cases havo given it taoir unqualified or primary might have brought bowels appears. Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, this relief has becomo permaWin. Scuby, Total 3836 endorsement. tho same result, but the fellows is taken internally and acts thru writes, "I have nent and tho sufferers Mo., have 184a who are expected to help roll np the Blood on tho Mucous sur- King of Serbia born been completely raised three children, havo alrestored to 19(3 Started to rule tho majority on the final count health. ways used Chatnborluin s Cough The registration for selective faces of tho System. Ono Hun Years ruling have a say. like to 15 Remedy aud found it to be the will bo hold Thursday, Sep dred Dollars reward is offered Years-olddaft m.i Best foFWuKhcolds-aTiUcrou- rr FOR SALE The following receipt is soTf toiiibor 12th, from 7 a. in. 109 for any case that Hall's Catarrh D It is pleasant to take. Both oxplanatoiy, and was procured Tho heirs of John Riddle, p. in., at each voting pliue 'n the Medicine fails to cure. Send for Total 3836 circulars and testimonials. adults and children like it. My fojr tho purpose of helping Mr. offer at private sale, tho W. A. HarrUon, son of A. A. County. All males between tho Toledo, King cf England born ... .'..1865 wife and I havo have always F. J. CHENEY & Co., Brodhead Roller Mills located at ages of 18 and 46 who have not Harrison, a piivate in Battery B, J. S. Rowo to understand that Started to rule 1910 felt safe trom croup Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. with it his gratuitous allotment wuh Brodhead, Kentucky. This prop327th Field Artillery, Is now sta- proviously registered should ap 8 , Years ruling Hall's Family Pills for constiiu the house." Chamberlain's duly paid over to the treasurer of erty is well (located, practically-netioned at Lang Island, N. Y., and pear and register. If you are Years old 53 Cough Remedy coutains uoopiuin pation and well equipped in every away from home, registor before tho American Red Cros War will "go over" as soon as particular, and now doing a splenor other narcotic. They will Fund Drive Committee. It was are completed for tho uearest bard. 3836 did business. Terms will be B di KiugTotalBelgium most impossible for tho Henry is a give you your caid, which should transportation. of 1875 born to haudlo 11H thoso names mndo to suit pnrcluisor. Titlo Farmers aro rejoicing over the mighty good boy and no young bo mailed to your home Local Started to rule...' 1900 omitting, or making a perfect. For particulars address, mini in uur commuuity desorves Board. It is much safer to send rains. Corn crops will bo very Mrs. Charles Bethurum is vis- without 18 Years ruling Mrs. Kli.aiikth J. Hait, by registered mail All stock short in this locality. mora credit for what he accoaip friends nnd relatives in repetition of some donors name. Years old 43 iting Brodhead, Kentucky. An enlarged copy of card, ex- looks .well and pastures are Should tho impression get out iu lished during tho last few years Mrs. Win. Payne Louisvillo.. u now start. A.J. McMullins s the County that somebody was of his life than he docs. He en- plaining how to answer all . Total ...3836 foil last Saturday and received a keeping Kcd Cross donations, or GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS. ...-.!on registration card may be sold 11 lambs last of July that tered Brodhead Graded and High Miss Huttio iSGS very severe wound. "Two years ago I suffered School some four years ago, pos seen in Cox Bros, ami J. Fish Y averaged 104 lbs. at 15 cts and Czar of Kussiuborn Carinlcal, who has been siclc for 'ii other words filching from the i89.t Started to rule they were nearly all twins Who sibly not so long. and at that time Son's window To read this v Is hotter. -- Mrs wounded soldiers "over there" it from frequent attacks of stomach several months Years ruling 24 would greatly retard tho peoplu's trouble and bl.lousness. Seeing can boat that? J. T. Chasteen signed his luino by a mark, and help to till cards correctly Harmon aud daughter, Years old 50 Robert Where the Conn y has no homo and family of Sapulpa, OUla., in May, 1918, he was granted a inclination to donate to this fund. Chambealain's Tablets udvortised Miss Ulara, spent Tuesday with I concluded to try them. I high school diploma. Wo recent. of its own to be used as voting were visiting his brother, Slier The receipt is us follows: George Perclful.-- - Misses Total 3835 Mrs. rapidly." Miss Emma )y saw a recommendation Unit place; the building used should man, last week. Thoy havo boon spent M. Pennington Received of Sullie and Nancy Sowders Vorbryke, Lima, Ohio. was given him by tho business have a largo sign placed on it to away from Kentucky Jor eleven Emperor of Japan born .... 1879 Suuday afternoon with . their $5.00 (five dollars) contributed Started to rule years Thoy say that most all and professional men of this indicate the p'.aco to registor. 19" cousins. Misses Cleo and Vina by J. S. Kowo, Mt. Vernon, Ky., The men appointed to conduct corn is burned up tn Oklahoma, town, and among tho good things two year old child to the Socood Red Cross War Kirby.--Th- e sunt about him was that ho is in- the registration should havo lamps although they hud a fine wheat Fund. Ofliclal receipt No. 303470. of Mr. McDaniels ts very sick. Uncle "Ted' dustrious, ambitious, full of ener- prepared, as they will kcop open and oats crop. Carinlcal and sous, May 25, 9 18. Mrs. Charles gy and determination and achrisl until considerably after dark. Chandler and Jack Noo aro get,V. C. Tate, Treasurer. Shirley, Raleigh aud liughio wore iau gentleman. . A young man Interest should bo taken in all ting anxious to seo tho tbreshe with Mrs. A. Cummins at Mt. Tho following letter and like Henry will make a good sold- who are sick to get their cards coming. Slurman Chasteen aud Frank Har Vernon Sunday. was received by M. PenPledge yourself to will do his part in every filed with the registrars and save Hiatt Mink aro teaching Quail ier and raon and Cecil Barnes who havo nington Chairman of tho Rockcat-tl- o thing trusted to him. Our good troublo. Mr. Mink Is expecting school. save and regularly buy boon working In Cincinnati for your money. County Chapter A N R. C. This registration will be much to be called to tho auny at any friend, George S. Durham, of Mt. sovoral weeks, aro with home-folk- This .Chapter Is very thankful Vernon, was in town a few hours larger than the ono In 1917, and timo Homer Brown has Wueat threshing aud for this amount contributed, but Thursday.-M- rs. R.II. HieU and immediate action will bo taken from Indiana whore ho your quarters In road working has the attention of more gruteful for the patriotism Mrs. 12. B. Newland are with their against any 0110 failing to rog li- has been at work. Misses Hazel issuedjby tho Thrift Stamps. our farmers. Misses Maggie Lev bhown. husbands in Harlund county this ter. Tho pjnalty is severe It Brown and Leila Pope visited Isay und Zula Wallen and Mastbr U. S. Government. is estimated that not more than Edith und Jessie Chasteou lust wtok. Mrs. John Evans returned Level Green, Ky. Homer Wallen attended church Wr to bur homo in Detroit last Friday, ono uiuu out of every six who Sunday. Mm. J. B. Noe, who -f Sept. 3, 1918. & wai ut Mr. Thomas iovisay afier spending few weeks with registers will bo wanted for army has been sick is some better. is tho nearest Dr. M. Petmiiigtou. Sunday. Thoro her parents. Rov. audUMrs. A J. service during this tlscul year Quito u number from hero aro Mt. Veruon, Ky. failuro of a corn crop in this Pike, and other relatives. Miss livery man with u family should planning to attend the Rockcas- Dear Doctor: part and other sunoundlug Pearl Hicks accompanied her go right on with his usual work j tlo Baptist Association at Union Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been. la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of ana nas Dccn made under his per sonal supervision since its infancv. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, ImitaUon3 and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d" immediately offer the following What is CASTORIA HOUSEHOLID GOODS PRIVATE SALE Bid, 4 Table 2 , two-week- s CASTORIA I I isi5r In Use For Over 30 Years Organ, Lawn Patent Lot Matting Rugs, Lawn 7 d lol-lo- Lot Fruit 1 TERMS OF SALE WILL BE CASH IN HAND. SALE TO BEGIN AT O'CLOCK P.M me. 1 Vf- .a Ti-- e -- T. J. Pennington t . o s COUNCIL OF NATIONAL Chil-licoth- e, DEFENSE RED CROSS - tv-t- tt-.--7- 4 O H EAD ROMO HO PE WELL news-pip- er tuk-in- g qtief-lion- 1 I 11 d 1 re SAVE THRIFT STAMPS INVEST 11 T W rjT-- C'. " IMIH tuuf,'Hm' nin'i 11 11 immim irniirr T yA,'gM.g $ Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Veknon Ky, Sept. I4 0 1918 Boguo Brown and J. M.oCraig For Salk: My dray horses, bought a lot of cattle and hogs wagons and good will in the dray from Gus Stavcrson this week busii.ess. John Rennku Best grade guaranteed 5 year Farm: If you are interested up "No. 79" wtiBnTf roofing paint in 5 gallon and half in buying one of tho best farms wnnt tnCiimm unl 1, fj barrel lots at $1 per gallon ona with HIONAL, at in Rockcastle County, located Joss Bullock, son of Hon. E. Bullock, lost three Angers off his G.57 p m left hand a fow day's ago, wbilo 22 nortri 8:47 am working in a factory in Indiana. .21 north 23 south ......11:55 am Notice: Tho person who bor'.....12:18 a m rowed 21 South or deliberately carried ff Agent. my cross cut saw, will please JA8. LANDRUM, bring it home. I need it. Phone No. 8. R L. McFkruon Entered nt the Mt Vrnon, Ky. PotoEc mull matter. u atcond-ciM- i W. H. Kruger was arrested Tuesday by Dotectivo J. M Hensley. of Clay Couuty, as a PERSONAL Pro German. Mr. Kruger was Ralpli Griffln will enter Central relaescd on a $1000 bond. University at Danville. Mrs. Golden Cummins, who Bert Raker has moved his famhas been very sick at her homo ily back lo Mt. Vernon. in Cincinnati, was brought to the Geo. Weidurholrt is home from home of her parents, Mr. and Indi.tunpolis for h fow clays. Mrs. John Clontzhere, this week. Mrs. Ray Uentley, of Louis T. I. Pennington has sold his ville, is the guest of Mrs. R. A. property on West Main to W. H Sparks. Brown and will leave Oct. 1st for Misss Tovis Bethiirum will Oklahoma to make his future enter Hamilton College, which home. Ho will drive through in opens next week. u Ford. Mrs. John Hunt, of tho Maiet-LurTho casualty list for Wednes section, who has been very day showed Privato Chester sick is improving. Howard, of Broil head, missing. Harold Renncr left yesterday Young Howard left here in Octo for Covington to accept a posiber and has been overseas about tion with the L. & N. TIMH TABLE. g LOUItVILlt v LSV2u i Ntf HVIUC 57LMS& R. R. Co. right on Boone Way, closo to D. M. Cress bought yesterday school, church, and post office, 9 hogs from John Baker, 2 hogs call this office. from R. L. McFcrron and 18 hogs from John W. Hilton. Fish's. WeRatherHav eCash For Stoves, Ranges and Hardware, see John Robins, Brodhead Mcharland Memorial Church On account of tho absence of the pastor the regular preach-- , ing services announced for next Sunday have been postponed until Sunday Sept. I5 A number of the Langdon students have rerurned and Sab bath School and Christian En deavor Society will meet at tho church at the usual hours. Announcements concerning ser vices for Sept I5 wiil appear in ices next week's for- both Sunday and Wednesday evenings, will begin at 8 o'clock until further notice. WE BUY OLu FALSE TEETH. We pay 'from $2 00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not) We also pay uctual value for Diamonds, old Gold, Sliver and Bridge-work- . Send at onco bv parcel post and receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 2007 So. 5th St. Philadelphia, Pa. issue-Serv- f THAN MERCHANDISE order to close out our entire stock for cash at an early date we In our regular prices, beginning, Friday Morning, September 8th, 1918. This discount applies to all our Clothing, Shoes, Hats and every- 'thing in our stock and it means we hand you back every time you spend a dollar cash with us. If you are looking for bargains in things to wear remember i We Rather Have Cash Than Merchandise Come Here For Your Fall and If You Need New Clothes This Fall L has from a several weeks visit to relatives at Richmond. Bob Davis left Wednesday night for Ludlow, where he hai a job as yard clerk for tho L. & N. Miss Alice Nicely, who is teach ingat Tucson. Arizona, loft yes terday morning for that point. Miss Maegie, Jones who has been working in Hamilton. Ohio, is at homo for a three weeks stay. S. C. Franklin was called to Lexington this week to seo his mother who is in very poor health. Mts. Alice Davis and sons. Bob Leonard and.Karl have returned from a visit with relatives in Mad ison county. Dr. M. Pennington was in Louis ville first ot the week attending a meeting of the Kentucky Medical Association. Mrs. C. H. White and littio daughter, Mao Lillian, have re s stay turned from a in Illinois with Mr. White. W. B. Sigmon, of near Wildie, left Wednesday for Cbicago.whoro ho enters tho Y. M. 0. A. work. Ho enlisted far oversea duty. George Frederick Jr., who has been seriously sick for the past two months is improving and expects to go back to Pinevillo next uc Tnrirnt piirl-- s four months. LangHori 'WABoTal "Sttliooi will begin Thursday of next week. Shortage of water a week ago and the failure to get some necessary repairs made, is the reason fortbc delay of one week in opening. The following .Men.jvjJl.iMHrain special Service at 12:43 a.m., September 7th, for Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga. The list is as fol lows: Winter Shoes and Save Money THE HOME OF T SCHA ER & AH Ready To Help You Do Some Saving "We CLOfHES Are seven-week- week. Homer Proctor has returned Irom tho Great Lakes training camp. Ho will return to State Collego when that institution opens. Everett Mullins, who has a good position with tho L. & N.. at Ludlow, was at home during the week to see his parents, judgo nnd Mrs. Cam Mullins. Cashier Floyd Miller, of the Assistant Peoples Bank, and Cashior Victor C. Tato of tho Bank of Mt. Vernon, aro attend-inthe Banners' Convention, which Is in session in Louisville Private Bill Gabbard is homo for a fow days from Camp Forest, Georgia. He Is with Bradley Sigmon, Dan Pitman, Elijah Osborne, Lindsay Brock, Emmott Norton. Finloy Ward, Charles Forsylbo and Sums from Livings ton. Bill savs tho boys aro all feoling lino and anxious to get a lick at the Germans. g LOCAL Substitutes John Hamilton. School shoe3 Ahdrow Mocce, boys and prices for cash for girls at reduced at Fish's. You can buy now Full clothes at Fish's for less than Fish's can replace them. Heaviest grade O'Bryan Overalls $2.75 at Fish's as long as present stock lasts. Jas. H. Grlffip, of Wildlo, now on the Battleship U. S. S. Dela- ware; writes that he Is well pleased, is learning Radio, and expects to be transferred soon. Givens Carson, Henry Logan Tho Graded School oponed Renner, Claud Allen, Robert W. CIRCUIT COURT. Tuesday. Prof. Lucy, of Emmi-noncHenderson, Robert C. Cottongim, The jury awarded John Quinn Tho Red Cross workers have Roy Esker Rich, McKinley Mink, Ky., is tho new principal judgment for $3000 from the L. betn cutting goods this week and Benjamin H. Dean, Johu Andrew & N. R. R. Co., for alleged in and wo have every 'reason to bewill meet next Tuesday and Wed- Baker. , juries sustained by being drug lieve that our board is fortunate nesday afternoons to sew. by a train wbilo trying to get off. in securing him for tho i9i8--iIf you are interested show it The Baptist Convention held at school year of the Mt. Vernon Union Tuesday and Wednesday The case against W. H Kruger Graded School. Miss Virginia by your presence was well attended, and most of and his wife, Mrs. Mary Kruger, Bradley, of Danville, and Miss George Owens, tho Mt. Vernon the churches of tho Association who were indicted bv the grand Baugh, of Berea are the High man, and Stanford picture-shorepresented. A free will offer-in- g jury for Criminal Libel, charged school teachers. The teachers was here Monday and installed a was made for the Kentucky with printing and circulating a for the grades are: Misses Georgia new machine for use in tho Boone Baptist Children's Home, which scurrilous and defaming article McFerron, Primary, Kutii MulDaily Manager Henry Way. amounted to $('00.65. Rev. A. J. relative to County Court Clerk lins, 1st and 2nd grades, Lou rays ho expects to givo his pat Pike, .Moderator and T.J. Painter, S F. Bowman, was tried Monday Phillips 3rd and 4th grades, Mary rons the best that there is going. Secretary, who have served tho and Tuesday. The court .gave Langford 5th aud Oth grades aud W. H. Brown hasaold bis farm association for a number of years peremptory instructions as to Myrtlo Bryant 7th and 8th grades. and store building near tunnel to in that capacity, were Mrs. Kreuger. Tho jury returned M. E Burton, who will take pos- The Executive Board is composed a verdict of 250 and 20 days in For Sale: 30 acres more or Mr. of J. W. Hilton, Pine Hill, Chair-ma- tho county jail in tho case of Mr. less, fairly good house, good session about Oct. 1st. Brown will move to the property B. H. Hellard, Sec Trea; Kruger. The case will be ap- barn and smoke house, 2 running purchased of T. J. Pennington aud Wm. Hurst, Level Green, F. M. pealed. springs, ono never fails, half put in goods in tho Pennington Marshbanks Ottawa, A. K Al Merrick was acre in garden with now paling Minnie Mrs. store room. bright, Brodhead, J. T. Meadows, awarded judgment against Will- fence. All under rail and wire Goldio Allen, tho thirteen year Mt. Verron. iam Merrick for $20 per month fence. Located mile from court Will who old daughter of Arch Allen, as alimony and support of their house on Hansford road WANTED. by his w f e a fow weeks child. Pay begins sell at a bargain if sold at onco. was shot nine year old To rent farm. Prefer stock A. C. Sowder, ago near Withers, was tried in with October. Can give Mt. Vernon, Ky. County Court yesterday on a and trols furnished. yesterday and Court adjournd and best of relerence, or will buy the docket has been relieved of Sept. 7 It. charge of disorderly conduct small farm. Write, sentenced to one year in the much of its congested condition Tho infant child of James C. C. Cummins, School and was taken there during the past two and a half Smith of Burr, died yeslorday. Wooldridge, Tenn. by Deputy Sheriff W. G. Niceley wonks Aug. 30-yesterday. Rev. E. K. Pike, Pastor of the DEBTS COLLECTED Hon. E Bullock will bo on the Methodist Church, here closed Judgo Cam Mullins requests Accounts, Notes, Claims of nil kinds collected anyuheie in tlio world. No all peace officers and citizens of job at the state fair next week. His quadrenial with the Falmouth charges unless wis collect. Reference: county to keep a sharp lookthis The following Rockcastle boys people last Sunday night. Ho Fanners National Hank. Writo us. out for all boys within May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. left on No 24 this inoming for was greeted by u large congregaago who aro loafiug night or day Camp Taylor: Office: Room 7 Masonic Hide;. tion to hear him proach his fareand report their names to him. well sermon, tho other churches Guy Roberts, Victor Todd, The new law says if these boys in town having dismissed their Johnson Rowe, John Walter havo regular occupations they Henry Audorson, J. ovoning services so as their memvWra. must bo in school and not idleing Walter Drew, Bennet Brown, bers could bo presont. This hoped their time away. It is Emmet Mullins, James Hiatt shows the popularity and esteem this loafing business will be stopt. Mirk, Ed Brown, Jas, Carlos in which Rev. Pike was held. Many of those who have cutjtho Shiplett, Asbury Howard, Wil- He has in tho past four years, brush off tho road along their liam Jackson Rodgers, John Al- added over 200 members to tho property aro leaving tho limbs corn, Troy Garrett, George Law- Falmouth charge, having morej whore they fall. This does more rence, Bradly Robinso 1, Bradly than doubled the memoersnip at harm than if the brush and limbs Riddle, Robort Harry Miller, Boyd. woro left standing! All ditches Oscar Parks. It was hoped that Rev. Piko could seo his way clear to return and culvorts will soon be tilled up William S. Polly, a and everyone' knows tho result. deserter, who should have gone to Falmouth for another term. We would suggest that the magis- several months ago, was among His official board was a unit In asking his roturn, and not only trates soo to it tbat tho limbs, tho list. that, but promised him an inbrush, etc., aro kept out of tho Tully Payne, son of R.L.Payno, crease in salary of $200 a year ditches. registered at Buffalo, N. Y., went if ho would roturn, but he felt bo had been with the church Tho Level Green school bad a to Camp Taylor on the same train like long enough and should go by permission of Hie Local Board hero pie supper last week aud realized to a new field where his usefulness might bo enlarged. $21.55 for the Red tCross. How of Buffalo. Rov. Piko was loved and esmany schools In tho couuty will teemed not only by his !own do the same thing ? We ask for congregation, but by other the name of every teachor in tho and tho citizens of county who will promise and Falmouth as a whole, who, toguaranteo to havo either a pio gether with the Leader wish him Godspeed, and offers congratusupper or something similar for lations to the chargo that se- tho benefit of the Red .Cross be'cures his services on getting a ' tween now and December 1st. minister of the ability and many Send in your name so tho list aud mako it work for likablo qualifications tbat Rov. Falmouth Pen- can appear in the paper on Sept. Piko r possesses. you und Uncle Sam lotoulan, 20th. Horo Is an opportunity for It will buy a Thrift every teacher and school district PreBldont Wilson says every boy and great girl who possibly can must go to school to do something for the Stamp issued by the this (all. He Is actually letting a lot Red Cross organization. To Mrs. of boys out ot tho Army so thoy may U. S. Govcrnmert. finish tholr College courses, because Sallio Jones, teachor of Level the government will need educated Green school aud her p.upils Is muirfor doctors and engineers. The Oovornmont Is to have an olllcer due tho credit for the splendid at Berea and tho State rulvcrsity, so success of the first school pie suptbat the students can get some drill title cttcaltcc jchooi. per, e, q n, Ro-for- SUE BENNETT Memorial School LONDON, KY. Opens Tuesday, September 3 FIVE SCHOOLS AHE MAINTAINED t : MODEL KC1I00L Eight grades; enrollment limited. Faculty of specialists. Special attention to Art. Public School Music, Manual Training. Thoso departments alone worth tho tuition charged. HIGH SCHOOL Four year courses preparing for leading colleges and universities and for practical life. See catalog for different vocational courses. Ranked as "Class A academy" by the State, which allows graduates to enter university without examination. NORMAL SCHOOL Giving County and State Certificate Courses. We givo thorough training for teaching, specializing in training through practices toaching under skilled supervision. SCHOOL OF MUSICTho best in Eastern Kentucky. A facility of expert instructors, artists and tcpchcrs with the very best homo and foreign training. Courses in Piano, Voice, Violin, and all stringed instruments, Cornot'and all wind instruments, Pipo Organ, Public School Music, etc. courses in Bookkeeping, SCHOOL OF Hl'SINESS-F- vll 3L Hanking, Law, Shorthand, Tyivwritiiijr, I'oiiniatishtp, Ollice l'ractlce and all allied subjects. Special Civil berviee Combos to meet the needs of our Government. Positions guaranteed to all who makuguod. KOOM, HATES FOR TUITION, IIOAltD, LOW-S- EK ETC., VEItV CATALOG Catalogs out Aug. tho-scho- write us. For further information address, PRINCIPAL A. W. 3I0IIX, LONDON, KY. 5. If you don't got yours promptly Mc-Nell- flRUWlMOWD'S GRAfWlLUE OWBMS mmrt-utu CASH GROCERY STORE Undertaker Mai Bmtt5AD P 1, COMPLETE LIN EOF Coffins, Caskets & Robed non-willf- Get Your Telegraph or Telo O hone rders Filled Promptly School At FOR YOU BEREA OPENS Sept. 11 J. a McCLARY College, Normal, Vocational Academy, Foundation "Something Good Supplies for Every Comer" Highest SAVE THAT 26 CENTS DrummoinTs C LIVINGS TON All students do manual work and earn something. KY. All have Bible lessons Four new buildings. Berea draws lSOO students from noroa seoms to havo solved tha twentv states. ot education for tho You can share these good things problem studeut. It has simply 'out unnecessary expenses, am 'uri out" if you will. great many thin. Including For full particulars send name nlshed ashows and other rocroallon, picture and desires to froo Aud having so uiuuy studmils, II buys food aud other supplies at lowant maiiag by and Marshall E. Vaughn, Sec'y, rule, seoms thus nuUo superior class edua Hr.t to Kentucky went Berea, "cheaper than staylug at homo I. Non-sectaria- n EquiStandards-B- est pmentsLowest Expenses. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER STANFORD, cation wr; TIME IS U. S. BEST THAT FRONTIKR ARMY. Two thoughts aro fostered by the news tli ut the Kuifivr U busily engaged by proxy in picking an nrmy of 500,030 men.coinmundcil by the best of tho Geritmn nfSc crs, with which to defend thofJur-nia- n tfoutier, when by reason of t'io valor nnd skill of tho Allies tho German frontier become Hip Allied objectives. The Kulser docs hlm,o1 riithcn well in this matter, but not so well us he illicit. Five hundred thousand Germans will bo scarcely enough GermniH when the Alliosnpproa h the German trontior. Hut wo nre bound to take com fort in the fact that at last the brutal foe lias been forced to tnlto thought for his own frontiers. This fact shows what our military progress the past four necks has been in reality. The second thought brought to irlind by this preparation for dc fending the German frontier, is a sort of j earning for a? full a sup plv of airpluncs as there is room far back of tho Allied line. could do a good work on thoso 500.000 Germans while they are preparing' their frontier pr Airplane:) could make tho Air-plan- iWhoisMostBenefitted 8 BY 5The Money You Earn? Z SOLDIfflOF FINANCE ;:.' ..., It Works Always To Put Liberty Bond Values Higher Time Bonds. Borne works In favor of Liberty g & ouAre Others Are If you save it If you spend it Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with i TheBankofMt.Vernori 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings F1K nl IXt tXI 223K 8 IMIIII WAR Argument K in favor of this store is the fact that the most skillful mechanics always come here lor theirs. You don't have to bo tola the reason, You can easily figure it out yourself. of tho moro rcatlcM-mlndrholders of Liberty Donds of the Second and Third loans havo lost sight of that fact and allowed the Blight s1itl.il In tho market price which took place this summer to worry them. Thoso prices reflect only a tempo rary condition, snyH tho Wall Street Journal, and tho Trcnmiry department Is already In process of remedying It. The slump In part has been duo to a mlsHpprehenRlon on tho part of small Investors who have gained a superficial knowledge of tax exemption features. While bonds of tho Second and Third loans, tho 4 and 4 PW cent bqnds, ate taxable and the 3',4 per cent bonds are lax free the small Investor cannot be taxed by any Income tax law now In effect or any later to bo enacted on any of the bonds unless his holdings of 4 or 4U bonds reach 15,0(10 worth or more. And yet a study of the transactions In bonds to date has revealed tho fact that many of tho sales aro by small Investors who havo disposed of their 4s and 4'is to buy 3Vi because some one has told them the 3 ',4s were tax free. Even thine which congress tnkes up In the way of financial legislation gets the careful attention of the Treasury department Nothing Is allowed to go far If Its provisions In any way tend to lower values on Liberty Donds. Lib erty Ilond holders havo first connldera- tlon and everything Is being done to facllltato the financing of the war. Aside from the tax free features, which Are only present Influences after all, tho Liberty Donds should stand out a gilt edged Investments for value. The capital their aftcrthe-wa- r which thoy will restore to the investor after tho war will have a far greater purchasing power than the money which he Is rutting Into the bonds now when money Is bo cheap and plentiful. 0 tin. S..' INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK, a MT. VERNON, KV. . :::.! tii.si:i::..ii:!i::i::i.:: ..i..:iiii!!!!!i!i.!iiiniii!!i!!iiiii:i! WE PAY job of watching the frontier quite One Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another "The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America" ' as exciting as fighting on tho front line; and very much mote unsatisfactory. The morale of an army In such a position could bo demolished by a. sufficiency, of airplanes, to&uy nothing of bomb in'' German towns and railroad ceirers day and night, while our brave ground forces fight stp.idily forward toward Borlin. L. Times, KuUer Hill is such an Artilic IJrror that wo suspicion the real object may be to stiffen tho morale of the deluded people into vol THE HOME CASn ASSETS s M X They dive Blood Abroad; We Must Give Our Treasure Anyone proposing peace with Germany before Kalserlsm shall have been crushed out of existence should either be interned or placed In an asylum for medical ment. That is tho verdict of Hudson Maxim. The great gun maker gives tersely' some of the reasons why the govcrpment needs Ave or six billion d o a r t more Immediate! J reasons why Hit unjary enlistment for the patriotic duty of do fundi 111: the border. ind subsequently thrown into the caldron. e COME AND SEK. c. c. & Mt. Vernon. KV. . TATV-rTOT- cox treat Life 8 Opoosite Court House a m u Was a Misery Jones, Mr. . Palmer, F. M. writes: of Okla., time I "From jtered intothe womanhood en- ... 'a AAAAAltAMAAi.AMAAaAttAAAAAAMMAAAAAAAAAAaSiaaAAMAaAaSIBaAtttt)40 ' ' '' ' ' '' IIIIJ. ... ittitiijtiittMiitttitfiin Food will Win the DON O WASTE IT n ' RAISE IT O Be a Producer As Well as Consumer ItAISE LIVE STOCK nntl POULTRY nnd GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE' MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH PEOPLES BANK I l ,,,,ji a Money in the pocket burns, Put it in tho Peoples Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with u.s. 4 Your cancelled 'cheeks returned will show where your money has gone, and thoy will spur you 011 to save,for the. better things of life. SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. V '((((ttIIBItMtMIttllttMtS38IICMMir i::n . Homo Office?. cW! NEW YORK N. 50 Cedar Street Twenty-Nint- h Semi-Annual ELBRIDGE G. 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IH. nannas jlusito - nmsn it 1 loan must go ovCr with a big safety margin, why oth- Hudson Maxim. er loans soon to come must go over the same way. "We cannot consider any terras of. peace whatsoever with the Ocrrann govornment as now constituted," Maxim's letter goes on to say. "Germany must bo licked and tho Hohcniollerns kicked off the throne before we can even talk peace without outraging out Tho Oernian mllltnr ring must be broken and so shattered that it can never be reunited. "Those militaristic bandits of th. breed of Atllla who cold bloodedly pr parod to plunder tho world and enaluv. mankind aro not fit to place thel names to a peace enmpact beside thos of the heroes who shall, with s.icrlfli of blood and treasure, save the worl from' their clutches. "There Is but ono way to peace ar. that is the way ,10 Iivrlln." Liberty bonds will open that roa for. the American boys. 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