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Mount Vernon signal: September 20, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918092001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 20, 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 Signal MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1918 NUMBER 52 Announcement BUY FALL SALES Furnishings Ladies' Suits- Coats. Dry Goods and 4.TH. LIBERTY BONOS buyV m on m Men's and Boys' Suits & - jth UBERTY B0NDS7 4. .BONDS, BUY THE BYRME OPTICAL SERVICE LIBERTY Eyes Tesfed ty GTasses Fitfed 1 Shoes BUY 8 Years Experience. 1 2 Years in Central Kentucky Notions 4. there will be no peace, unless it is "Unconditional Surrender." Just sneak back Bill and tell your folks that you are up against it, and that the Yankees are going to get you. Let's strive, work and save for the Red Cross, buy Liberty Loan Bonds and War Saving Stamps, and make it possible for the boys "over there' to press on and on, until they have reached Berlin, giving the Huns a taste of their own medicine, and that will of the American people, to secure . ALL THE LATEST STYLES IN SP CTACLES and EYECLASSES LIBERTY BONDS J.J. BYRNE Optometrist Optician MT. TION. We are very fortunate to be able to show the largest and most complete line of Fall and Winter Merchandise we have ever shown, and we urge that you buy early as market conditions are bad; many of the staple articles are not to be had at any price. H VERNON, Ky., Sept. 24th to 28th DR. STORE Office with0. BAKER'SWALTERS OVER U, I employ no Agents SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVEN- I Preparation is being made at Ashland, Bovd County, for the Kentucky State Sunday School Association which will be held in that City October 8 to 11, lyl8. This meeting will be a great event in the History of Ken tucky, as every resource must be used to help win the War. The Sunday School is one of It has to do these resources. maintaining the spiritual with morale of the country. Men and women of National reputation, will be here, among whom will be on the program: Rev. S. D. Price, D. D., New York City, Secretary of World's Sunday School Association. Mrs. Maud Junkin Baldwin, Chicago, Illinois, Superintendent Elementary Division, International Sunday School Association. Mr. W. C. Pearce, Chicago. Illinois, Field Superintendent, International Sunday School Association. Rev. E W. Halpenny, Toronto, Canada, Educational Superintend. ent, International bunuay bcnool Association. Mr. J. R. Marcum, Huntington, Our Men's and Boys' Clothing Department is especially attractive this season. Call and let us sshow you USI 0 ' 'UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER. " 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 1918, it is the duty of all LIVINGSTON The sewing department has been moved from the Van Winkle persons to appear before the County building near post office to the headquarters over J. Fish & Son's Commissioner and list their property, I, or store. This is a fine work room for cool weather and the ladies one of my deputies will from the first day are glad to be at home again. Mrs. Mary Williams is the Mt Vernon will lose a good man. 'week. Mr. and Mrs. I W. Catliu champion knitter, having com. of July, 1918, until the day of October, Judge Mahlon Summers has were in Lebanon visiting Mr Cat. pleted 4o pairs of socks and seven Dr. and Mrs. W. T. sweaters. Mrs. Hobert Griffin will move moved his family to the property 'ill's father. 1918, be my office over the store of U. G. to London this week. She has he recently purchased from Mrs.l Amyx have returned from Louis Livingston and Brodhead, rented property in that town and BeUie Pike on High street W. ville. where they have been for a Baker, from 8 a, to receive your to 5 p Wildie knitting clubs are at work will cast her lot with the g(od M. Poff has moved into the prop- few days attending the State Fair. early and late. These ladies people of London. J. A. Oliver, erty vacated by Judge Summers, Judge Cam Mullins, of Mt. list, and any one failing to appear and list their have the spirit of the times, and the hustliug salesman, of Berea. and IV H. Oliver will, move bis Vernon, was in our town Tuesday. W. Va , Leader of Boys. are doing good work. was with our merchants Tuesday. family into the property vacated Mrs. Will Graves and daughter, Rev. K. W. Thornton, Cincin- property, will be reported, and upon their fail The call from "over there" is S C. Franklin the watch fixer, by Mr. Poff Mrs. Thomas Far-Ic- have returned from Brodhead and nati, Ohio, Writer and Lecturer W. M. Fal-la- s Quail, where they have been visit to send five thousand tons of old th- - eye jrlass specialist, the man remains very ill ure to list their property they are subject to a to Belgium. The Lake on Sunday School Topics. will move his family to Leba- ing relatives that has in his show window J. F. Dees has re- clothes Miss Martha V. Graham, everything from an old fashion non Junction this week, and Em- - ceived his commission and now is division's part is four hundred of fifty dollars, fine of not exceeding the Wheeling, West Virginia, Eletons. Our Chapter mnst go into pistol to a met Quinn will move into the Livingston's new post master. pepper-bo- x Sunday School Worker. monkey wrench, was in our town Fallas propeity, having purchased Mrs David Owens still retains their closets and garrets for more mentary Hon. W. C. McCullough.Cleve- cast off clothing and shoes for Tuesday. T. J. Pennington, of it some time since- - J. T. Omary her position as assistant. Well, men, women and children. Don't Ohio, American Red Cross RepMt. Vernon, was here a few days and son, Ejjbert, were in Mt. Ver- the melancholy days will soon be Commissioner of Rockcastle ago and informed us that he will non, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. here, the saddest of the year, and send any ball dresses, high resentative. County, Kentucky. Many State Workers will apleave in a few days for Oklahoma. F. Niceley are in Louisville this as we are having fine autumn heeled slippers, stiff, hats, or anything with rubber in or on it. pear on the program, among weather, it is to be hoped that we send any notes or com- whom will be: will have a mild winter, so every- Don't , j, SfTATVi of any fort. Boxes Rev. J. A. Joplin, State Secreone can keep busy manufacturing munications will be packed at Mt. Vernon, tary, and J. W. Vaughan, State thorns for the Kaiser's side-- Will Brodhead, Livingston and Wildie. Field Worker, and Miss Nannie some one please give us some campaign is Lee Frazier and other promi information concerning the where The date of this "Inas- nent Kentuckians. abouts of our friend Hicks, as he September 23rd to 30th. as ye did it not to one of Don't miss this meeting. God has not been seen for some time much, the least of these, ye did it jot to Calls YOU, Your Country Calls Any information will be gladly me." yOU, the children of your com received. Dr. Pennington, of or munity call YOU to come to Ash-'With Pershing's men London, was in our town Tuesday. CruSadets" will be shown iand and held nlan for a bigger , W. N. Riggs is repairing his "The at the Boone Way Opera House and better drive to save the property on High street. Sorgauspices of the Red children of America. Attend hum making and fodder saving is under the October 1st. This is a this meeting in Ashland, it will are prepared to supply you with the order of the day and the scar- Cross, IN WILL great war picture. It brings our give you new vim in this crucial city of labor makes it a slow go. (Caps, Sweater Coats, soldier boys before us in can- time. C. J. Rice attended the State Skating Sets, Underwear, Hosiery, Fair, at Louisville, last week.- - tonments, on board ships, over JThe Newspapermen and womseas, on the march and in action. en of the State are urged to Wonder if Kaiser Bill don't think Gloves and Over-Shoe- s. Tnis is an official war picture come to this meeting and in any his partner has forsaken him after by the Government for way possible help to Win the Our stock is complete and the prices are low. We the Yankee drive a few days ago. produced educational purposes. have a full line of these goods and can suit baby, War. Buy more bonds We are on our mother, daddy and all the kiddies. The scarcity of way to Berlin. Wonder what has M. ANNIE POAGE. these items caused by the war should make you inDIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN become of old chimney-swee- p Chairman of Press. terested in early buying. When our supply is exFor diarrhoea in children one Bill Kaiser since the American year old or Office with older you will find hausted your opportunity to save is gone. boys got after him and captured a nothing better Jhan ChamberBuy Early BUY NOW. I If you need Dental see large number of his best troops? lain's Colic and Diarrhoea RemHe seems to have sneaked off in- edy, followed by a dose of casFor Infants and Children him during time to Austria to see his friends and tor oil. It should be kept at In Use For Over Years and given as soon as the get them to ask for peace. Oh hand ndnatural IrnvnuM nf t.ho Always bears fisrt the m I Bill, Mr. Wilson is onto you, and bowels appears. of SUTTON & McBEE RE D C NOTES. ROSS HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING TO WEAR, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Tax 31st at m. m., y sum left-han- d C T. SIGMON, Tax i DR. M. K. I PENNINGTON Prepared Outing ARE YOU DENTIST BE For the Cold Days That's Coming? We For BRODHEAD SEPT. 16 10 Days or Work that i Toques, - 2 Weeks W. F. CARTER s CASTOR 30 A zz3q:gxx S ixz (&Af&Gk JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD tarn iBii'niMrnfi 1 i nx-nmnC- i i .wrr rn ii iibi iwiPiniiiiHi perienced hog man he had bet ter use discretion iu choosing sows, since in many cases this long bodied feature is found in connection with and characters, which are features that must not be allowed in your foundation herd. Moreover, it is an established fact that the long bodied sow is ab normally prolific The piactical way to determine the prohho qualities et tbe sow is to keep of her product and cull ftom the herd those sows which do not show the proptr de gree of prolificacy. Each sow should h.ve at least twelve well developed teats. A broad, well developed pelvic capacity is desirable. The body should stand long-bodied TUT. Sutton died at the home f narents Mr and M rs. Taci Lunsford Sundiy evening, and FkiuaV, Sept 20, 191S was buried at the Methodi t church cemetery Monday afier by noon. Brodhead at last is to PuMishcd every Friday have a (City Cemetery. Ten r S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR iwive acres 01 lanu uas d' $I.O purchased from 'A. E. Albri UBSCRIPTION ONB YEAR of the street leading tow.i west Crab Orchard, lots laid off r Advertising rates maae known on looo graves. 6"o 00 worth i application stock sold and the organize of a Mutual Benefit Comran about complete. A numbei lots have been soM and gre t MEMBER OF in KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION terest is being manifested this much needed enterpi is Lots for the present, large en of to bury twelve adults, will ie sold at 25 00 and 3000 owiig to the location Those intere.--. ted agoJ should not wait to secure a lot. T C Ci Tim he!1 L.&N. sOtS Hog Selection STOLEN HOUR To Be Paid Back by Nation To father Time Oct. 27th Health, Happiness and Wealth Result of Daylight Saving Law. No. 25 POINTERS ON Children Cry for Fletcher's ; 1 vise-jointeslow-fattenin- U03 RAISING. The farmer who has a bunch of rough, miscellaneous typed and mixed classes of sows and gilts, and who does not care to slow-maturin- g cc. .. ca3T - 11 . am I BRODHEAD The planning and .saw mill of j. W. Tate was destroyed by fire early Tuesday evening. This lumber plant was run all day everyTuesday and soon after body bad pone home it was in a mass of flames Several bun dollars worth of lumber died was burned and most of the ma chinery rendered useless. The on Mr. loss falls pretty heavv Tate and no part of it was Lincoln s Gettysburg Speech There has never been a time, and never will be a time since Lincoln made his great address at Gettysburg, that it hasn't been necessary to keep it before the minds of the people, and we consider Jit appropriate at this time just before launching the pertinent: campaign for the Fourth Liberty The selection of your breeding Loan to reproduce this great ad- sows is of prime importance. dress. Mrs. covered by insurance The effects of misrnating and other mistakes are always dim Itef Sowder, of Corbin, is visiting LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG relatives here this week. Her cult to breed Jout of a herd, and ADDRESS. husband is now in France help Fourscore and seven years ago siiih mistakes are discouraging ing to make the Huns live hard. our fathers brought forth on this to the beginner. Start with a W. T. Watson, of (iarraad, was continent a new nation, conceived lew animals only; four or five with bis brother, J. F. Watson, in liberty aud dedicated to the sows are enough the first year. Kid. J. W. proposition that all men here Wednesdry are One good sow is Jbetter than five Masters came home the 6rtt of created equal. poor ones. Study them carefulthe week from Eastern Kentucky, Now we are engaged in a great ly and when you have mastered wherehe had been conducting a civil war, testing whether that the problem of handling them effrevival, a very sick man, and it is nation, or any nation so conceived iciently it will be ample time to feared by his physician that he and so dedicated, can long endure. increase your foundation stock. has typhoid. Wm Whitaker and We are met on a great battle It has been stated that the male Donalson Jones, of near Lancas- held of that war. We have come is half the herd. Remember were here Wednesday on their to dedicate a portion of that field that the females constitute the ter, way to Pire Hill to buy a car of as a final resting place for those other half. The sows selected coal Eld. and Mrs. Shelburn who gave their lives that, that should be nearly the same age, Masters, of Kings Mountain, nation might live. It is altogeth- preferably ten or twelve months are with his father, J. W. Masters er fitting and proper that we old and safe in pig, preferably Miss Hallie Barnes should do this. this weeK to the same boar, which should is clerking in John Robins' Cash But, in a larger sense, we can be of recognized standard worth We wish to not dedicate, we can not cons- and character. Many farmers Store at present. say to those who have made no ecratewe can not hallow this ask the question, "What kind of arrange m ants for their coal that ground. The brave men, living hog is best?" The question is such stcs should be taken at and dead, who straggled here, properly and practically answered once. We ,are informed that the have consecrated it far above our by the statement that any of the mines in the Sand Springs sec- poor power to add or detractji standard breeds tion, or rather the coal haulers The world will little note nor! are good, and that the best there, will not deliver any coal long remember what we say here, breed is the one in which the here this fall or Jwinter at the but it can never forget what they farmer will take the greatest price named by the Fuel Com- did here. It is for us the living, pride and, consequently, the mittee, therefore it will be nee rather to be dedicated here to greatest interest. In short, the essary to secure special permit the unfinished work which they one that he. "likes best." This to have coal shipped here from who fought here have thus far simply means the breed he will Kentucky so nobly advanced some of the Eastern It is rather give the best care as a result et mines, and those interested should for us to be here dedicated to the his interest in that choice. The make up car loads and have them great task remaining before us returns in hog raising are diordered out as soon as practical, that from these honored dead we rectly dependent upon and in otherwise it will be difficult to take increased devotion to that proportion to the interest, knowget your coal. If you care to cause for wbich they gave tbe last ledge and care the farmer gives send teams to the mines you can full measure of devotion that to his stock buy your coal there at $2. 25 per we here highly resolve that Aftet having decided which ton. Tbe haulers say that unless these dead shall not jhave Jdied m breed he desires, attention should they are allowed to charge $6.25 vain that this Nation, under be given to the individual char))er ton for the coal they deliver God. shall have a new birth of acteristics of his choice of breedthat none will be hauled. You freedom and that government ing sow's, rather than to deal in will see that at this price the of Respecting type the people, by the people, for generalities. hauling alone costs 16 cents per the people, development, a good sow should shall not perish from bushel. The Rev. A. J. Pike have distinctly feminine qualities, the earth. closed a very successful meeting manifested in a smoother fore ABRAHAM LINCOLN. at i'oplat Grove church the 15th head and lighter, thinner neck which he begun on the 6th. He in comparison with the boar. James McKenzie Brown, the The forehead should be broad was rewarded with nineteen adRev. Don. Q. Smith only son of our excellent ditions. between the eyes, throat clean, a Williams trim neck, moderately thin shoulMrs. Cleo State Evangelist, of Louisville, assisted at the beginning cf the Brown, has again been honored ders, smooth but deep, a back meeting, but was called away on by the British Government. In both wide and straight; good account of a sick child Great tbe very beginning of the war width and depth of chest, well interest was manifested thru out between our Allies and Germany, spring ribs and straight deep the meeting and the largest at- he entered the British Army as sides; in short, a deep capacity ever known at this a private. His commanding ap- body from end to end indicates tendance place was at every service. W. pearance and strong mentil ample room for the vital organs A. Robbins, of Corbin, was with powers soon won for him a pro add the ability to properly func ome folks here during the weeK. motion and he was made a Sub tion as a mother . 'Depth of chest B.C. Anderson, of Garrard, has Lieutenant and afterward was and abdomen are especially imbeen heie several days during elevated to the office of Captain, portant in' a brood sow. Some the week winding up the business and now tbe good mother re tanners put importance upon of his son, Henry Anderson, ceives the joyous news that he the length of body and regard who is now in training at Camp has been promoted to tbe rank of this as an indication of fecundi Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bish- Major. ty. This idea is proper, proMajor Brown is a Rockcastle vided all other qualtities are of op, of Somerset, have moved to our town and are occupying the boy, although he was born in conformity with this feature, J. E. Waihn residence on Maple Lancaster. When a littie more but unless tbe farmer is an ex street. These are good people than two years of age he was and we are proud to have them brought to Mount Vernon with his mother, who was made a widto make Brodhead their her e. Mrs. Chas R. Pike, of Corbin, ow by the sudden death of her who is with Rev. and Mrs A.J. husband, the young and brilliant Pike, of this place. underwent an attorney of Garrard,; James HarPledge yourself to operation here Thursday of last vey Brown. Major Brown is in English Forces at week. Dr. W. E. Gravely, as- charge of the save and regularly buy by Dr. E J. Brown, of Mesopotamia, which lies between sisted Stanford, Iperformed th opera- the Tigress and Euphrates River. A short time ago the King of tion. Mrs. Pike is getting along nicely and will soon be out again. the British Empire bestowed on issued by the Miss Reca Brooks recently re- - Major Brown the title of "D. 8. U. S. Government. signed her position in the post O.', which means "Distinguished office and accepted a place with Service Order," For good work theJBrodhead Pharmacy. A. E. under shell and rifle." This is a Albright and Joe Bishop were in title of honor which every EngSomerset several days last week. lish soldier is exceedingly anxious A small child of Mr. and Mrs. to get and which few obtain. well-recognize- adopt any systematic scheme of breediug, and who dees not care .0 adopt auy standard of foundation herd of females, will at least, do well to follow the advise given in Selection No. 24 regarding the seltction aud care of the boar. This will automatically and without much care or interest on the part of the farmer, built up bis herd so that in a himself in few y eats he will lii-of a class of hogs far posse-sioin advance et what he started with, aud he will, as a result of this, probably see the advantage of the use of a good boar and be come more interested in hog raising, to tbe extent that he will recosruize the desirabil v of giving the same kind of attention to having a better class of female breeding stock. To this type of farmer the following is n 'the witching hour" of s on the morning of Oct 27 tbe clocks of the nation will be set buck an hour, but vou. and every other individual in the United States, will be richer by 182 hours because what no human being can buy time has been so liberally added to your possessAt The Kind You Have Always Bought, and wbich has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sona supervision since its infancy. "LrfLas ions by the "daylight Siving " are but Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good 6. .Allow no one tn Aerei-vr- ' rnii in thic hour" that by October 27 h you will have gained the equivalent of twenty two eight hour working days. The hour that was tilched straight from you on March 31st will he legs and well up on the toes, so returned with undreamed of in as to eliminate any possibility of terest The stupendous total of health weak pasterus. and wealth and pleasure that There is more Catanh in this have been added to the nation's section of the country than all assets because of the daylight saw other diseases put together, and ingsj may not be properlv comfor years it was supposed to be puted in terras of either time or prescribed money, but the war gardeners of incurable. Doctors local remedies, and by constantly the nation and there are some failing to cure with local treat- 5 000,000 of them will have ment, pronounced it incurable. gained a net total of 1,644 years! 31 Catarrh is a local disease greatly I here is no limit on the "interest influenced by constitutional con- paid on the hour you loaned to ditions and therefore requires Father Time on a cold, dark morn constitutional treatment. Hall's ing last March Catarrh Medicine, manufactured This enormous gain almost inby F. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo, credible to the human mind is Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, arrived at by figuring an hour a is taken internally and acts thru day to each of the 5.000,000 soldthe Blood on the Mucous sur- iers of the soil, which gives , faces of the System One Hun000 hours, or 11 3, 750,000 days, dred Dollars reward is offered or 31 1,644 vears for any case that Hall's Catarrh As for the coal that has been Medicine fails to cure. Send for saved by the hour which ws circulars and testimonials. quietly added to the nation's asF. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, sets on Sunday morning, March Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. 31, it is estimated that the United Hall's Family Pills for consti- States will save between 1,000,000 on moderately short, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &L&& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YOUK CITY, gio.-000- SUE BENNETT Memorial School LONDON, KY. Opens Tuesday, September 3 pation. SAVE your money. INVEST your quarters in Thrift Stamps. Fort Worth, Texas. Sept. i4th, 1918. To the Editor Mt. Vernon Signal. Mt. Vernon, Ky. My dear Sir: It has just occurred to me that there? Ire many mothers in and around Mt. Vernon, who have sons and Relatives iu Camp Bowie (500 Kentucky boys here) and that they would be delighted to have sorjjeone whose heart is warm for the soldier, to call on him and find out about his needs. I am in a position to do th: t and wOuld be glad to have name and address of such ones. I am an old Brush Creek boy, a nephew of Rev W. M.Williams, (deceased) and have a wonderful opportunity to do good bere. Many of the old Post-msste- r, timers will remember my name, Samuel T. Tilden Williams, P. O. Box 73. Regards to Jones Fish. Tip Langford and hundreds of others. 1 thank you, S J. T. Williams. CHAMBERLAINS COUGH . THRIFT STAMPS REMEDY. This is not only one of the best and most efficient medicines for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, but it is also pleasant to take, which is important when a medicine must children. be eiven to voung Cough Remedy Chamberlain's has been in use for many years and has met with much favor wherever its good qualities have becomti known. Many mothers have given it taeir unqualified endorsement. Wm. Scuby, writes, "I. have Mo., raised three children, have always used Chamberluins Cough Remedy and found it to be the best for cough, colds and croup. It is pleasant to take. Both adults and children like it. My wife and I have have always felt safe from croup with it soon. in the house." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no opium or other narcotic. Cbil-licoth- e, and 1,500,000 tons. And at every cantonment in the FIVE SCHOOLS AUK MAINTAINED; country there is going to be such E ht graJes; eniollment limited. MODKL SCHOOL joy over the extra hour that the Faculty of specialists. Special attention to Art, "sojer. lads" may spend in slumThese dePublic School Music. Manual Training ber, that it is even said Irving partments alone wort1! the tuition charged. Berlin's song, "Oh, how I hate to HHJH SCHOOL Four year courses preparing for leadget up in the morning will suffer ing colleges and universities and ter practical life. a temporary lapse of popularity. See catalog for ditferent vocational courses. Ranked ps 'Class A academy" by the State, which allows Big Ben's voice, booming over graduates to enter university vithout examination. the Atlantic Ocean, will be answered by cathedral chimes in County- and State Certificate NOIOIAL SCHOOL-Givi- ng in this land, by pert little alarm Courses. We give thorough training for teaching, spechlizing in training through practice clocks, and by staid, teaching under skilled supervision. town hall clocks will undoubt SCHOOL OK MI'SIC -- The best in Eastern Kentucky. A edly extend thanks to the nations faculty of expert instructors, artists and teachers across the waters that inaugurated with the very best h uue and foreign training the daylight saving plan. Courses in Piano. Voice, Violin, and a!l stringed In the United Stated the dayinstruments. Cornet and all wind instruments, Pipe Organ, Public School Music, etc. light saving was established by Congress in March, 1918, as an SCHOOL OF Hl'SlN'KSS -- Fvll in Bookkeeping, Banking. Uw. Shorthand, rypewritinjj, FVmnanship, Office effective method of conserving Special Civil bevvies Practice anl all allied subjects. the health, wealth and mineral to meet the ii"eds et" our Government. Positions guaranteed to all who make good. The resources of the nation. adoption of the plan by the Unittd KATES FOR TUTION. HOARD, ROOM, ETC., VERY LOW- - SEE CATALOG States is attributed to its successCatalogs out Aug. 5 If you don't get yours promptly ful operation in Great Britain, write us. France, Italy. Germany, Austria, For further information address. Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Nor PRINCIPAL A. W. MOHN, LONDON. KY. wav, Portugal, Australia and Ice land. Busy times in the matter of setting back the city's clocks are r NOS PKXER. Prcdrnl CH.VS.C. HKK1. k in store for those intersted with K. U. LINDSCY. Secretary looking after the mist delicate and temperamental of all forms of mechanism. The customhouse clock being the Federal timepiece, and therefore the dean of all local clocks-w- ill A REGULARLY probably be the first to be 321 GUTHRIE STREET, INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY North of Postoffice set. The various master clocks Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service in hotels, schools and office build- positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of ings will gain their hour as expe employment should write for full information at once. ditiouslyas possible. GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS. And the song of the moment will be, "Backward, turn back"Two years ago I suffered ward, oh, time, in your flight." from frequent attacks of stomach Louisville Courier Journal trouble and bi iousnes. Seeing T?""l.irtI'M AtWw Chambealain's Table s advertised CBuy Liberty Bonds I concluded to try them. I imLETTER FROM CLYDE BAKER proved rapidly." Miss Emma Friday Morning. Verbryke, Lima. Ohio. Sept. 13th, 19i8. "On the train in Nort Carolina," UNDERTAKER and EMBALil: Dear Mamma: Buy Liberty Bonds Will write ou a long let-- x Buy Uberty Bonds KY. ter when I get to where I am - Buy Uberty Bonos ' going. We have been on the - Buy Liberty Bowds train since Wednesday and don't KBuy Uberty Bonos know just where we will get off. Buy Uberty Bonos ?-How is Mayme? I dreamed of her last night. Now listen mamma, don't wor F8R ry about me for 1 am safe any1 where I go. The people have been so nice to us on our way. - Buy Liberty Bonds Met us at the train with all kinds of "'eats" and lots of books to C Buy Uberty Bonds -read. This sure is a pretty - Buy Uberty Bonos country. G.ve my love to all Buy Uberty Bonds s-and will write you a long letter self-respec-i- 'out-se- -- Commercial School J, C.McCLARY " STANFORD, buy Clilldren Off flgSSS C A 3 TOB 1 MJOMDS uberty Buy I Clyde. Buy CBuy Uberty Bonds Buy - Uberty Bonos V Uberty Bonds , Ohildrejk CASTORIA TOR FLETCHER'S Cy oiiiiareir crfy FLETCHER'S FOR ASJDOLRXA Uberty Bonds CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR ttr nri jMMgggggggggfcjMgMggMMMMMMghggi Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Sept. f J7 20 1918 (, fy toCommunl. cae wiid BiunAi. waot IsKgF touisviLLC 4 Nashville KR Co. TIME TABLE. 2 24 I'd 21 nortfi 6.57 p m 3:47 nortn south South Phone No. 8. am am itfg 12:13 am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Potofioe mail matter. u Mcond-cias- n PERSONAL Mrs Jesse Denney. of the Sand Hill section died Tuesday. Mrs Jim Arnold, who has been very sick w ith fever, is some better. Lense Landrum spent the week end with her sister, Ruth, in Louisville. Wni. Bullock, Sam Bryant and Bert Baker were in from Lee county last week to register. Miss Bernice Landrum left last Wednesday for Concord, North Carolina, where she will teach. Mrs. Hatcher, of Level Green, has moved to the Dr. Laswell property in the Asher addition. Editor and Mrs. E. C. Walton, of Stanford, were pleasant visitors in our town between trains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hatcher, of Norton, Vs., and Mrs. Beatty, of Irvine, are with Mr. Hatcher's mother. Miss Marguerite Fish has returned from a few days visit to her sister, Mrs. S. B. McKenzie, Chester Landrum is agent at C. A. Davis has sold his livery Oakland, Kentucky. stable to W. M. Mullios, who took charge a few days ago. Mr. Mul-lin- e Rev. Geo. S. Watson stopped will have teams and saddle in Mt. Vernon today on his return to his home at Booneville horses for all service. from a business trip to LexingLost A new boy's overcoat, ton. Trench style. This coat has been A liberal Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Warren gone since spring. spent a portion of the week with reward for its return to John relatives at London. Wade Albright or Signal office. Livesav had charge of restaurant during their absence. Mrs. Anna Miller who will be chairman of the Womans' Organization of the Fourth Liberty Loan, was in Lexington Tuesday To farmers in Central and Southto attend a meeting of all the ern Kentucky at a low rate of inchairmen of the various counties terest Easy and attractive pay of the Fourth Federal Reserve ments with the privilege of paying off all or any part of loan at any Disttict. time. We will help you pay for all the LOCAL farm land you wish to buy. If Star Brand Shoes at reduced you are in debt or need monev to retire your lein notes we would be prices at Fish's. glad to explain. For Sale A good Mandolin, nearly new, cheap, DISTRICT MANAGER it Alonzo Taylor, Mt Vernon. Farm Loan Department Union For Rent: Dwelling on West Central Life Insurance Co C Maiu Street. Apply at this of- 802 Security Trust Bldg., Lexingfice. ton, Kentucky COUNCIL OF NATIONAL WBBtSm DEFENSE There has been a call made to appropriate seven billion dollars to equip five million men for the new army. This means war coming close to us from the standpoint of our men getting in khaki brings added responsibilities to us. It is an open secret that it will be hard to fill Rockcastles' quota for the Fourth Liberty Loan. Many who can't buy bonds will be called on to do their best in 'putting this loan over We will ask every school teacher to furnish a list of the heads of families in their distric; that is a small job, but we expect to have to write a second time to a few of them, but we need and must have these lists. VVe also ask each teachers to put on a pie supper, or some kind of a supper, the proceeds of which are to help finance the educational and publicity part of THERE IS MONEY IN THIS MESSAGE FOR YOU LONG TIME LOANS Shoes aftd Furnishings in order to quit business We are closing out our entire stock of Clothing, turned into cash at once This stock will be sold at reduced prices and Think what that means to you: A chance to buy high-class Burt L. Sims merchandise and as much as you want at rock-botto- m prices Dan Bullock, Pie Scpper teacher of Blue Springs, says there will be a pie supper at his school house, on Friday night, Sept. 27. Proceeds to go to Red Cross ard for expense in putting on drive of Fourth Liberty Loan. MODERNGLASSES. Every desirable feature demanded in modern glasses is generally taken care of in every pair fitted by the : BVRNE OPTICAL SERVICE, at Mt. Vernon, SSept. 24th to with Dr Walter. 28th-Office Mrs. James Norton died sud. denly last week at the home of her son, Horace Norton, on Rock castle liver. Mrs. Norton was her j from Iowa on a visit and was getting ready to start back home in a day or two Dr. optometrist, is back from Columbus, Ohio, where he attended the post graduate course in optics and opthomology, given at the Ohio Dr D. B. Southard and son, State University. His next ttrip Dick, "came up from Stanford to Mt. Vernon will be in Sept 24th Saturday and spent the night to 28th. Office with Dr. Walter. with the Dr's mother. 19 TO 37 TO BE CALLED FIRST George Fish Jr., who has been The Local Board of Rockcastle suffering for several weeks with County has received the followtyphoid is improving and George ing order from the Provost MarFish St., is on the sick list. shall General: 'The President Chairman W. L. Richard, f directs that in calling and draftthe Liberty Loan, was in Lexing- ing for military service the per ton Tuesday to attend an impoi-tb- sons who registered September meeting of all the chairmen I2, i9i8, only registrants who on Mrs. Alice McLaughlin, who September 12, 1918, shall have used to be Miss Alice Lewis, is attaiued their nineteenth (lgth) here from Portland, Oregon, on birthday and shall ,not have at (37th) h a several weeks visit to Rockcas- tained their birthday, shall be called for clas tle relatives. sification and drafted for military Mrs. Jas. Noel and Miss Veronica Thompson, of Hamilton, service until further orders." A Ohio, spent the week end with day will hereafter be designated Mesdames A. H. McFerron and by the Provost Marshal Gentral when the mailing of questionnaire and E. B. Cox. Elbert and Emmett Hansel, of shall commence. In pursuance Livingston, were here during the of the above order questionnaires will only be mailed to those beweek to see their sister, Mrs. George Durham, who is very tween the above ages until further orders are received. Local sick with typhoid. Board Rockcastle County. Mrs. Martha Furguson. underBuy Liberty Bqnpswent an operation last Saturday for tumor. She is at the London ED C hospital and the last report is that nt at Stanford. Misses Jo Davis and Edith Oats spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack HysiDger near town. J. J. Byrne, the well-know- n campaigns. Stationery SCIENTIFICALLY FiTTED. and postage must be bought; Our scientifically fitted glasses, speakers taken to appointments. made to individual requirements, None of the money will go for will give you the clearest vision salaries, as all work is done grathat science can produce. J. J. tuitously, except stationery and BYRNE, exclusive optometrist, advertising. Very few teachers have bought at Mt. Vernon, Sept. 24th to 28th. any Liberty Bonds so far, many Office with Dr Walter. will not be able to buy this time, Buy Liberty Bonds so it is their duty to help some way. Many of those who buy at NOTICE. the school house pie sales could The Court of Claims will meet the first Tuesday in October to not buy Liberty Bonds, but could We hope allow claims. All claims must help in this way. be properly made out and filed everybody in the County will with the County Court Clerk by give their moral support to this the above date and must be sworn move and a sale will be put on at to or the same will be rejected every school house. All road Many will be cailed on to overseers must have their claims in by the above date. make speeches during this camPlease be governed accordingly. paign. All these whom the com Cam Mullins, J. R. C. C. mittee calls on for public speeches are expected to respond. None 2t. of us are orators, but by posting C Buy Liberty Bonds" ourselves on the subject, we can For Sale: My farm of I32 all speak a few words for the acres near Ottawa, Ky. This cause. farm is in a good state of cultivaEvery automobile owner will tion being all in grass except be asked to donate the use of his what is in corn this year. The car to make it possible for speakimprovements consist of one good ers to reach all parts of County. five room cottage, two good barns People out in the country with and all necessary out buildings. saddle horses and buggus are Vill sell cheap as I am compelled in getting asked to to quit farming because my boys every school house speakers to are in the service. in the county. Every minister is Jas. H. Barnett. requested to mention Liberty these . te Everyone knows the high character of goods we have always handled since we began in 1 887. Better Act Promptly probably never to be duplicated again. For with present market conditions, this is your chance of a lifetime to buy your Fall and Winter Clothing and Shoes at such low prices, LfiAWHO the home op HART SCHAFFNER & MARX aomEs Loan at his services. This campaign must reach every person in Rockcastle County. Soldiers have gone to the front from Buffalo, Climax, Negro Creek and and Red Hill, so financial backeverying must follow from who hangs a where. The family service flag in their window and say, "We hated awful bad to see him go," then stop and do no more, are not proving the right kind of affection for their own, and can't prove by any argument that they love their boy better than their money. The Committee on Publicity of procuring funds for war activi- build must obtain permits before building material is delivered. Applications for building permit should be filed with V. C. Tate, Secretary, Rockcastle Counthe campaign for war work in cil of Defense, Mt. VernoB, Ky. order to stimulate interest in C Buy Liberty Bonos Sept. I3 less, 4t. For Sale: fairly 30 acres more or good house, good thirty-sevent- barn and smoke house, 2 running springs, one never fails, half acre in garden with new paling fence. All under rail and wire fence. Located mile from court house on Hansford road Will sell at a bargain if sold at once. A. C. Pershing's Crusaders -- AT 1 Sowder, My Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sept 7-- 4t. dray horses, wagons and good will in the dray business. John Renngr. in buying one of the best farms in Rockcastle County, located right on Boone Way, close to school, church, and post office, call this office. For Sale: OPERA HOUSE Tuesday October P. M. 8 o'clock BOONE WAY 1st Farm: If you are interested R she is doing nicely. Mrs. Naooie Branaman, of Berea, and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Adams, of Villa Grove, 111 , spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Laswell near Orlando. Mrs Jas. Landrum entertained for dinner Friday Mesdames Jas. Noel and A. H. McFerron, Misses Georgia McFerron, Chris tine McFerron and Verooica Thompson. Mrs. Elmer Houk and children are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin. They live at Kildav, Ky., but Mr. Houk has a government job in Penn- NOTES. ROSS Notice: The person who borties have decided to offer prizes to teachers for the largest amounts rowed or deliberately carried off taken in at box and pie suppers, my cross cut saw, will please mentioned in the letter written to bring it home. I need it. R. L. McFerron each teacher. This will be figured from size of district and each teacher will be given an rt unitv to win the prize. The D MM prizes will be paid in War Savings and Thrift Stamps. First j prize $io maturity value; second prize $5; third $3 in Thrift Stamps; fourth $2 in Thrift Stamps; the next five $1 each in thrift stamps. The rules governing this contest will be mailed to each teacher, and we hope that general interest will be shown. This is an opportunity for teachers who have not pledged themselves, or have not bought their September stamps to save some money for themselves, and at the same time show their pat riotism. op-po- D 'S CASH GROCERY STORE BUY Our soldiers who are now at the front are exposed to gas attacks. In order to protect themselves against gas. they must have masks to breathe through which filters the poisonous gas out of the air. Carbon to make these filters can be made only from stones or pits from certain fruits and nuts. Follow- ne is the list of the ones needed: peach stones or seeds, apricot pits, prune pits, plum pits, olive pits, date seeds, cherry pits, brazilian nutshells, walnut shells, hickory nut shells, butter nut shells. All fruits should be cracked Geo. S. Levisay who has been and the kernel taken out, and suffering severely for the past the shells thoroughly dried. The several weeks with a carbuncle very smallest number of walnut on his neck, has recovered suffici- shells or hickory nut shells will ently to be taken to his home to be appreciated, and will be helpday, yet he is still a very sick ing in a vital way by saving our man. His entire body seems to soldiers from being suffocated by be effected by this trouble. this poisonous gas. Now get inMendel Mullina, who has been to the military organization by in the service for five years is at looking out for these articles that at home on a visit to his mother. have always been considered Mendel and Eugene Taylor who worthless, and make them help was at home last week, have fight this war to a successful been together in Panama, for two finish. Any of these things or three years. They ate now which you can procure should Bauregard, be dried and brought or sent to located at Camp Louisiana, and both expect to go Red Cross Headquarters at Mt. across in less than two months. Vernon. sylvania. WE BUY OLu FALSE TEETH. We pay from $200 to $35.00 per set (broken or not) We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold, Sliver and Bridge-work- ". Send at once bv parcel post and eceive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Dept. X, 20o7 So. 5th St. Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED. To rent farm. Prefer stock and tools furnished. Can give best of reference, or will buy small farm. Write, C. C. Cummins, Wooldridge, Tenn. Aug. 30-- 3t. THE United States Government has it possible for the great American eye-witness The Kentucky Council of De fense has notified the County Councils of Defense that it will be necessary to get a permit to do any building that is not war construction. The procedure will be as follows: 1st. The person interested in a construction project will apply with a full statement of the facts under oath to the County Coun cil of Defense. 2nd. The County Council of Defense will then investigate the necessity of the proposed construction, and transmit its recommendation with a summary of facts to the State Council of Defense for review. FRUIT and SUGAR scarce and high Preserves NOW public to be an to the past activities of the Army and Navy both "over here" and "over there." Through the medium of the motion picture, you are enabled to see in the making the momentous force which is to end the greatest war of the ages. BE1ST Peach, Strawberry and Red Raspberry In 20 lb. Stone Jars. GOODWIN'S Preserves THESE PICTURES ARE FOR YOU These official pictures will give the people of America their first opportunity of seeing our boys in action in France; to understand just what these months of preparation have brought about in combatting our common enemy; to en able the worker in the munition factory, the toiler in the field, in fact, every man, woman and child who is doing bis or her the present time, the results ?art, to visualize those who ef their labor to Liberty Loans, will show subscribed to the Red Caoss. Knights of Columbus, Y.M.C. A Salvation Army and other campaigns just what their money has accomplished. , Drummond's LIVINGS TON LOCUST T IM8ER IS NEEDED BY a42v pound Every American will be intensely interested in teeing the baking oi mountains of bread for the army, the making of millions of uniforms, the manufacture of tons of guns, the launching of thousands of ships SAVE THAT into the sea. You will thrill with a vital pride at sight of OUR Nary and OUR Army in action our own crusaders standing in legions on to victory. Yu will see The person interested in the construction project will receive notice direct from the State or National Council of Defense, as to whether he can proceed with building or not. U.S. aOVBRNMBNT WANTED Any Quantity Hack or Yallow LOCUST e 25 CENTS and make it work for you and Uncle Sam It will buy a Thrift Stamp issued by the U. S. Governmert. the first batch the first line trenches in caught by the Yankees the hundreds of important and interesting details of modern warfare. You may see YOUR boy, or yonr neighbor's boy, or your friend, behind the lines at work or play or marching down the streets of a little French town. Qur Boys "Over Here" and "Over There" of German prisoners France, Don't miss this opportunity of seeing this the greatest of all War pictures TUBS DAY, OCTOBER at Admission 25c and 35c RED CROSS AUSPICES I Permits are not required for repairs or extensions to existing buildings involving in the aggregate or cost not exceeding $2,500. Every building now under construction as well as those in contemplation is affected by this rule. All manufacturers and dealers in building material have been advised that persons desiring to' Pal on yards at vour nearest R.R. 6 inches in diStation. Must-bameter and np. from 4 feet in length up, sound and reasonably straight. Highest cash price aM. "Write F. G HURT. Crab Orchard. Ky. hhoo or cJJnd m DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds collected anywhere in the world. No charges unless we collect. Reference: Fanners National Bank. Write us. rUrtCUIectNiAjeiCY, Office: Room 7 Senet,Ky. . Masonic Bldg. , JMhiMHtti ID wftratarfimfufilhfflftna THE-IM- fff iwjjj ent injustice of placing many registrants in Class 1 is often due V the fact that employers have ..................... ......... - ........-......- . ... . . .. .. . .. . . .. From "Over There" They tell us the only time u Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. "Our own Yanks" have started them whistling. Let's back them up by subscribing to the Fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH Bank of Mt. Vernon BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS AND Useful Utensils little tools and implements that are almost indispensable in the kitchen and scullery, are important items in our assortment of up to date Hardware. We shall be pleased to show them to you. They cost you but a few cents, yet save much in time arm trouble. All kinds of kitchen and cooking appliances are here in the best qualities. Mt. Vernon, Kv. cox "9 ' c. c. advisers shall be placed any registrant are to be selected for each dis- found to be engaged in a 'necestrict board one for agriculture, sary" agricultural enterprise one for labor, and one for other and found to be necessary to occupations The agricultural such enterprise in the capacity of adviser will be appointed by a farm laborer "especially fitted the board upon the recommenda- for the work in whick he is ention of the Secretary of" Agricul gaged." This quota phrase conture. The advisers are not mem- stitutes an explanation of what bers of the board but may, when is meant by "skilled" as applied invited, attend its meetings to farm laborer. The expression will make easier the determinaHow Agricultural Advisers tion of the status of many regis Will Aid. The duties of the agricultural tracts. War Service in adviser wiil be to kfurnish to the Kight Place. board tacts relative to farm labor The purpose in the appointing requirements, not only of his of advisers is to place men where own district, but of the whole country. He should be the re- they can do most to help win the pository of all facts having rela- war. These advisers will be able tion to the deferment of agricul- to help greatly the district tural workers, whether these be boards to keep in agriculture necessary farm laborers, manag- the necessary workers. These ers or operators. He will be ex- workers, whatever may be their pected to advise the district Inclination to enter military serboards as to a shortage or sur vice, should stand ready to serve plus of necessary farm workers in any capacity in which they for any given district, as well as for the entire Nation. Such in. foimation will be suplied to the advisers by the Department of Agriculture. This will make it Aci.-ortT.ngl- MP draft law, special provision farmers should see that all of is tea le for informing the dis- their necessary employees, wheth trict boards in. regard to farm er sons or .other laborers, of the labor rf quirements in order tbat draft age have made for them neces. ary food production may i just claims for deferred classifi be maintained, says a sta'eraent cation. issued oy the Department of AgOne important explanation is riculture. The statement con- made in the new Selective Sertinues: vice Regulations in connection in the new draft the district with the expression ''skilled farm boards are charged with the duty laborer." The questionnairts of putiing iuto deferred classes provides deferred classification those persons who are' mo-.ter the "necessary skilled farm likely to further the war by re- laborer in necessary agricultural maining in civilian occupations enterprise.'' The new regulaiban by entering the Army tions provide that in Class e " failed to make claims for deterred Washington, D. C. classifications on behaif of necesUrder the rules of the War sary workers. It is to avoid t Department for executing the repetition of this trouble that MM Food will Win the O DON'T WASTE IT n RAISE IT Be a - Producer As Well as Consumer V EG STABLES RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH 5 ".: .. PEOPLES BANK Money in the pock hums, Put it SAVE A PART OF ALL you earn. Your cancelled Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with in the Peoples ,4 checks returned will show where your money has gone, and thev will spur you on to save for the better things of life. three II WE PAY INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS ................... ......... .- PEOPLES BANK . . -' VERNON, KV. ......................................... ........ a MT. e ft .i . possible to have necessary work- Life ers transferred Hm districts in which they may not be necessary to other districts in which they are sorely needed. The adviser may also concern himself with individual cases that come before the district boards. He will have the right, under certain conditions, to examine the questionnaires and other records iu the tiles of the local board for the purpose of ascertaining whether persons entitled to deterred classifications have actually claimed it. In case he finds the names of such registsants he may file for ..them a claimfor de with the ferred classification district board, which, in turn, may require the local board to certify the questionnaires and record of any such registrants for consideration. Reasonable time will be given for the purpose of obtaining information and supplying the affidavits required. If a local board determines to consider a case for deferred classification because a registrant is engaged in a necessary occu pation, not withstanding no claim for deferred classification on that ground had been made, it shall endorse the recommendation on the questionnaires of the registrant and forward it to the district board having jurisdiction The district board will thereupon consider the case and proceed Was a can contribute most toward a speedy ending of the war. Iu order that this may be done a frank statement should, iu each case, be made to the boards. It is believed that it will frequently require as much courage on the part of many men to remain in their civilian occupations as to waive deferment. This effort to keep men in industry, rather than to send them to the camps and trenches should not be abused so as to permit the slacker to escape military duty. The necessities for raising an army are paramount Every man that can be spared will be needed and needed badly to bring the enemy to his senses. The adviser should be assisted in every sossiblv way bv every legitimate agricultural interest to find the men that can be spared but also to for military dutj, are essential to keep those that the maintenance of a proper toed supply. HO PE WELL Saturday and fred Barnes i sent Sunday with Mrs. George Perciful. Robert Rev Thomas Clifford 'tilled his Harmon and Alfred Barnes atregular appointment at this piacei tended the Association at Union Sunday. - Mrs.' Lula Clontz, of Harlan, is with friends and relatives here Died, September 4th, Lucile the smill child of Mr. and Mrs Fred Gentry. Rev. Jas Barnes spent Saturday niht with W. M. Levisay.-- - Micajah Sowder has sold his farm to Joe Ramsey and has purchased the property of Mrs Ballard at Mt. Vernon and will move to it about November 7th, to 1st. Born, September the wife of George Percitul, a girl. Mr and Mrs. Mitchell Norton, of near Freedom, were with Mr. and Mrs. vVm Sowder Mrs Saturday night. James Barnes and Mr. and Mrs Edd Barnes spent Saturday and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. George Barnes. The farmers in this part are very busy saving fodder and making sorghum. Mrs. Al Ridge last week. Ernest Barnes spent Sunday with Horner and and Shirley Carmical. -- Miss Hat-ti- e Carmical has returned home after spending three weeks with her grandmother at Mt. Vernon and is very sick with whooping cough. Mrs. Dixon, a very old lady of London, is visiting Mrs. Charlie Bethnrum -- Mrs. Micajah Sowder and children spent Sunday with Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Sowder. HFOR 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 im paired digestion In man cases this relief has become permanent and the sufferers have been completely restored to WEAK The great relief health. Opoosite Court House Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. Nothing seemed to help . me until, one day, . 1 decided to ... You Be Pleased suitings and man of fashTailored to no mistakes. " "yy-dEC- ' "", "5!5!33BBSMBP Bl9B5l5P .- -. tmU with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel' of the cloth and it individual design when ordered from United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is overflowing with new, appealing overcoatings fahrus that will delight the young ion and mak the business man look the part. your intimatw inches with the skill that makes Prices extremely low. TAKE b s m ' wwm s w KJUt... tvsL -- - jtv4 ami r w mi x CARDU The Woman's Tonic "I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only- greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain." . .' " It has now been two years since 1 took Car dui, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up y our run do wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. -- "ic- - TTL lit&m ffcnmrFbors Until you've tried finishing your floors with Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead Hanna's Lustra - Finish you do not know what an easy matter it is, and how inexpensive. No matter how worn and scarred your floors may be, Lustro-Finis- h covers up all the defects and gives a floor the bright, lustrous finish of hard wood. Also the perfect finish for woodwork, furniture, and every interior wood surface. Comes in nearly a dozen popular wood colors. Sold By T. H. NOB Lend Him registrants, not withstanding the fact that no claim for deferred classification by or in respect of the registrant has been made. to classify the MAP FREE! 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