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Mount Vernon signal: September 27, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918092701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 27, 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 Mi fan an MT. VERNON, ESTABLISHED J887 VOLUME XXXI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1918 Mt. Vernon M "Helen Brown, Announcement Miss Amy Proctor, " Risse Williams waMWiwi m ON Shoes & Furnishings Ladies' Suits. Coats. Dry Good and Notions 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. Men's and Boys' Suits MBMB mi 1 " " Georgia McFerron ' " Anna Belle Stewart " C Buy Liberty Bonds i- -f c. c. ATTENTION. Tbe Fourth Liberty Loan is on. The cost of advertising tn make it an overwhelming success will be enormous. Tne Council of National IDefense has railed upon the schools of Rockcastle County for aid. Mt. Vernon Graded (School must do .its part, therefore, a miscellaneous sale of farm products, especially, will be held on Thursday evening, Oct. 3, I9I8 at the Graded School JBuilding at 8 o'clock. This sale, however, will not be confined to farm products alone, but to any salable article such as needlework, cake?, pies, canned fruit and vegetables. There will be a special pro-graincluding community singing and band music. Every pat- ron is urged to come and bring some donation. Consider it a privilege and a patriotic duty. m c ox n NUMBER 53 Come Home to Heal Heat and Big Fuel Economy I DM What a satisfaction 4 C Buy Liberty BomdsV lap. SLACKER LAWYERS fPI9&l. -- to get next to real heat after that coia uip nome. jno more iruitiess hugging a radiator. ... W prices seal the doom of extravagant, fuel wast ag heating plants. If you want a perm m FACINCTROUBLE Attorneys Who- - fail To Aid Registrants In filling Out Questionnaires Will Be Investigated. Attorneys of Louisville failing to comply with provisions of the seleciive service law and regula tions, requiring them to aid registrants in filline out Question. naires, have been cited to ap pear before the Legal Advisory Board for Jefferson County to show cause for their failure to reU t jft,annWBg3t v s jt ,. . tly heated home and greatly reduced fuel bills you will invest in Cole's Original BURNS - Hot Blact Heater CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL Our Men's and Boys' Clothing Department is especially attrao tive this season. Call and let us .imisg show vou Mi' Til H'l IT) IT t J . (jnUhnVAII .1 ib:vin Jan .twi- rtrW' JrJr it will tav th nation millions In - iiimMiiL-?- stsmc - . ffuol money this wlntor. Act now. sss Cieo. COUNCIL OF NATIONAL appear at the Courthouse as SUTTON & McBEE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING TO WEAR, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ourth Liberty Loan Committees Richards. Chairman Fourth Liberty Loan announces tbe following committees: W. L. quested by the board. The new selective service law makes it the duty of attorneys to assist registrants In properly answering their questionnaires. The Legal Advisory Board for Jefferson County prepared a schedule for local attorneys, as signing each' one to service at DEFENSE and tbe Boch will profit thereby, If we fail to buy bonds our army cannot have artillery, ammunition and aeroplanes which places us at great disadvantages. Which - something to dpmte to this call for cast off garments, if you knew that 5 pounds of hickory nut shells would save your boy's life vou would find them. It is possible for thsm to do; read last week's Signal and bring in what you can. Buy will we do - ? Buy WOMEN'S FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE FOK, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mrs. Anna E. Miller. Chairman Mis. G V Owens, Disputants. Xuberty bowds Gatliff, CENTRAL COMMITTEE. V. C. G. L Wren, Boone. J. H. Lambert. " Tate. Secretary M. Pennington, Vnblicity W Bureau. Director of :T. J. Niceley, Chairman Speak- PRECINCT COMMITTEE ,W. M. Pointer. Mt. Vernon. W. A. McKenzie " W J Sparks, C. C. Davis Mt. Vereon W. G V. Owens, Disputants. Solly Griffin, Cooksburg. L. J. Reams, Orlando. i. Wvnn. Conway. F. E. Mullins, Withers. Walter Owens, Cedarville. D. R. Gentry, Level Green. A "II. Hiatt, Brodhead. Hardin Moore, Climax. W. M. Hansel, Pine Hill. H. H. Wcod. Wildie. John Robins, Brodhead. J. P. E. Drnmmond, Livingston. Prof. Lucy E S. Albright, Rev. M. G. Fish, H. T. Young, Rev. Frank Moore Rev. James Barnes, Dr. R. G Webb, Livingston T. C. Welch, Lee J Webb S E. Chandler, Brodhead. It John Robins, P. Caudill, Conway. " Ida Miracle, Miss Fanny Wynn, " Mrs. Hardin Moore, Climax. " H. H. Wood, Wildie. Miss Edith Phillips, Miss Effie B. Chasteen, Orlando. Mrs. Solly Griffin, Cooksburg. Miss Belle Drew. Mrs. Fred Mullins, Withers. fc. " J.'C. Griffin, Mrs. Tessie Langford, Burr. JPE Drum mend, Livingston " G. S. Griffin, " Blanford, " Jennie Cockrell, W. F. Carter, Brodhead. " L. N. Bowling. Miss Miranda Tate, " M " Pennington announces that 'ery school teacher and trustee in tbe county is hereby appointed embers of tbe Committee on M. Publicity. T. J. Niceley announces the following gentlemen as .speakers j ring the campaign, and each and every one of them shall con-.der himself drafted to answer any caH that Mr. Niceley Uiay make. - Gordon Manus, Wildie. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Delora Boyd, " Rev. A. J. Pike, Mrs. A. G. Crider, Hiatt. ( A. M. Hiatt. " Mary J. Brown, Ottawa. Hon. E. Bullock. Hansford. " D. L. Dillingham, Spiro. Rev. Seward, Maretburg. ' W. H. Owens, Willailla. Rev. Rovie Mullins, Dudley. " Henry Todd, Level Green. Rev.L- N. Bowling Brodhead. Miss Kate Debord, Hardin Sams, Gauley. Mrs. Tames Chanev. Blosa Rev.GeorgeLhildress.Rockford. Miss Martha Kirby, Mt. Vernon. Rev. Sheridan Over bey, J ohnetta Rev.D.R.Gentry, Level Green. Mrs. Lima uress, ' T. B. Livesay, - Prof Strange, C. C. Williams, Mt. Vernon. L. W. Bethurum, J. W. Brown, S D Lewis, " " " - S F. Bowman Dr. A. G Lovell Hughie Ponder, Gauley. Rioe, Ccnway. Dan Mullins, Withers. J. W. Riddle, Orlando J. J. Belcher, Hiatt. G. D. Grubbs, Pine Hill. Logan Owens, Burr. Rev F. W. Masters, Brodhead. Rev. Tbos. Clifford, Pine Hill. John Scoggin, Ottawa. " Gus Staverson S. F. Bowman, " J. L Cooper, " Carrie Baker M " i " """ " Lena Sparks " S. D. Lewis " Susie B. Miller ' Cora White, W. H. Kreuger, " W. J. Sparks. W. L. Richards, ii The man who leaves his car in the garage Sunday and joyrides to make up during the week is only obeying the letter of the rule of the Fuel Administration and shows no patriotism. He is a slacker and a law dogger, and certain hours on certain days is flirting with the danger of hav- to take license or have erasoline during the week. According to members of the furnished him on order only, board, most of the local attorneys just like the sweet tooth fellow responded to the call promptly; gets his sugar. however, there were a few who The call for labor at Camp failed. It was explained by a Knox near Louisville is urgent. member of the board that it was If you can use a saw and ham hardly fair for a few lawyers to mer. or if yoq can learn easily, report for duty promutlv and and your business is such that others fail to come on time and you could accept a job. you will while from 500 to 600 registrants be paid good wages, and at the were standing in line waiting. aime time be helping Uncle Sam In the event that attorneys fight for liberty. cited to appear before the board Permission has been granted fail to give satisfactory reasons any one to use a car burning gasfor not appearing, it was stated oline on Sunday, September 28 to their names, with information, attend Fourth Liberty Loan will be turned over to the dis- meetings, or work in promoting trict attorney for further inves- this campaign A strict checUup tigation and possibly prosecution. will be made in Rockcastle CounThe" board declined to make pub- ty to see that no one abuses this lic, for the present, the names privilege by using cars for other of attorneys failing to respond purposes. But the importance of Louisville Herald. promoting the Fourth Liberty C Buy liberty BomdT Loan is such that any one using a There is more Catarrh in thi car'for this purpose will not be section of the countrv than all violating the rules governing the other diseases put together, and conservation of gasoline. for years it was supposed to be We are all in this army, the incurable. Doctors prescribed line up leaves no middle ground. local remedies, and by constantly We are helping Allies or helpfailing to cure with local treat- ing tbe Teutons. If we are proment, pronounced it incurable. ducing more food than we can Catarrh is a local disease greatly comsume, we are having some influenced by constitutional con- for the soldier boy who is not in ditions and therefore requires agricultural vocation. If we constitutional treatment. Hall's give of our meatus to Red Cross, Catarrh jMedicine, manufactured Y. M.'c. A. or any war relief by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, work-- , we are helping the allies Ohio, is a constitutional remedy and shoWlne our benevolence is taken internally and acts thru at a time when it will do the tne .Blood on the Mucous sur - most eood. If we buv Libertv iaces or tne. System. Onev Hun Bonds, we will enable our boys dred Dollars reward is offered to mop up the Huns, and march ior an case tnat Hall's Catarr tJfcc :k home happy with the great- Medicine falls to cure. Send fo lilHbtV victory ever achieved. But 'r it circulars and testimonials. if we consume more than we proF. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, duce, we are a burden to this Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Country and help the Germans. Hall's Family Pills for If we fail to respond to the call of charity, oar sons will suffer -rr n n r si u oIWOO i Liberty Bonds t-- l r- Liberty REMEDY. Miss Grace Griffin, of Mt. VerThis is not only one of the non, who is teaching school at Cruise Ridge sent in $26.85 the best and most efficient medicines proceeds of a box supper at her for coughs, colds, croup and school. This offering is verv whooping cough, but it is also much appreciated by this chapter pleasant to take, which is im and the effect of that eveninsr's portant when a medicine must good work will be felt bythe be given to young children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy boys "over there " Remember "The Crusaders" has been in use for many years will be on the screen at Boone and has met with much favor Way October 1st. This great wbarever its good q mlities hive knojvn. Many mothers show is worth coming to see. Its become ihive iriven it taeir unouilitieJ equal has never been shown in endorsement. Wm. Scuby, this section of the state. The Mo., writes, 'T hive Government had it made for raised three children, have alour instruction under the auspices ways used Cbam'oarluins Cough Remedv and founi it to be the of the Red Cross. best for cough, colds and croup. Calls for helD from Red Cross ' It is pleasant to take. Both Chapters come fast now. If vou adults and children like it. My l have have alwa7s think seriously of what one worn wl, felt safe , from ., croup with it garment from each fanny wou d in the nouse. Chamberlain's mean to suffering Belgium this Cough Remedy contains noop ium winter, you would sure find or other narcotic. Cbil-licothe, NOTES. BowbT- VS CHMBERLA1N CJLU I I j Prepared For the Cold Days That's Coming? We arc prepared to supply you with Sweater Coats, Outing Caps, Toques, Skating Sets, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and Over-Shoes. ABB YOU Our stock is complete and the prices are low. We have a fall line of these goods and can suit baby, mother, daddy and all the kiddies. The scarcity of these items caused By the war should make you interested in early buying. When our supply is exhausted your opportunity to save is gone Buy Early BUY NOW. JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD m xl i n7 amutmammmmKimmmmmmmm m the 21st of July. I was hit with gun bullet in the rirht. a niacin leg below the knee. I am almi st well now. Tell mama and papa lijrhr not to woi ry atout me, I am all I am la the nicest hospital you evt r saw. Have good atten tion an plenty 'o eat. Well, i have never had any mail from home since I have been over here. Gutss I will s:et spme mail when I get back to my compiuv I will write ou all ever ilia- ce 1 have whether I get anv mail or not. I know you all have wri.tea me. I - .- -J Mt.Vernon Signal Hkidav, aept 27. 1918 Lets Go! Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT StJBPCRIPTTON ONK YKAK A buy Xbomds LIBERTY Children Cry for Fletcher's $I.O iviriising rates mace known en amplication MKMBHROF t- - MvimmBHs Ijfttff LQn S?T && KENTUCKY PRI;SS ASSOCIATION The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which 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. . AMERICAS COMING OF AGE By DR. FRANK CRANE America is eomtag of ago Her hundred years of democracy have beea but the prepa r ai(n for her luiiiiood. It is a heap jibe to say that America was unprepared for this var It has had the mightiest pfeparain in the history of nation, for over a century Destiny lias been preparing in this New World a spirit of triumphant Democracy. Such a spirit c.tnnot be made. It must lie grown, inbred. tl is Western Continent Destiny has been training the youii'r Galahad for t lie rescue of the world American Nature has an antidote for every poison. Democracy, is the antidote for German Autocracy. Or. There are hys here that have been over here longer than I have who have never had any mail from the old IT. vS. Well. Hugh, tell You ever.vb;dy hello for me. boys all be good. Once more tell mama nrt to be uneasy ard worry herself about me 1 am alright. France certainly is a pretty coun try, and the people are nice and kind to us American boys. Will have 1 its to tell you when I get home. Give my regards to eveiy bodv. There are so many of my fr ends I cant name them all From ynir brother, WlL.UK My " are but Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good 4tffl?s J Allow no one tn deceive von in thic 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. WhatisCASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Mui.uns, address is, Willie Mullins Co. I, 16th Inf , A.tiK.F., France. Editor This is the Willie Mullins who was reported in the casualty list in wnTnrinTmi!- - ten FROM FRANCE. Sept 5th. 2Ltf&k THE CCNTUH COMPANY. MKW VORK CITY, Buy Every one of our wars has been lor the same purpose ; to liberate the common man. The re olutien of 1776 was to get the privileged class of Bagmad off the b?cks of the American Colonists who were redeeming this wilderness. The war of 1812 was re rescue American seamen from July Dear Father: Well, I am In Use For Over 30 Years 1 Liberty Bonos Buy "CBuy Liberty Bonds The Kind You Have Always Bought War Trophy Trains to Push Liberty Bonds BOOTY TAKEN FROM HUN WILL BE EXHIBITED IN THIS oppression The Mexican War was to liberate the settlers of Texas from the whimsy cruelty et Mexico. The Spanish War was to save the people from the tyranny of the Spanish government Every time our armv and navy have gone forth it has been to clean up some tilthy autocracy. But all of our wars have been but a preparation for our present task. We did not realize it No man forsees his his Destiny, no nation foresees its mission. Yet the life of evety nation, as of every man, is a plan of God. God has been filing up riches on this continent until we are the wealthiest nation in the world. He has been sharpening our incentive skill and our business ability. Our training DISTRICT. on a vacation, several hundred miles, down in the Alps, and having a fine time. It is very quiet here to what 1 have been having. Where I was it was very noisy at times, lots of shell and shrapnel, Liberty Bonds, ha be.-- intensive Now God says, "America, you are come of age. All I have done for ou is to prepare you for the present conflict, for your real work. Go forth and make the world a decent place to live in. ' At this time every son of America is called upon to do The slacker is a traitor. his uttno.-t-. We are sending men across the ocean, men who are physically and mentally the pick of the world, an incomparable army. But the men at home must back them up residents of the Fourth Federal Reserve District are to have a chance in the next three or four weeks to take in their own hands and inspect helmets which have been taken from German fighters, rifles captured by our Yanks and their allies on the battlefields of Eurooe and other war trophies which have been shipped to this country by General Pershing md the commanders of the British, French and Italian armies. The trophies will be aboard two Uncle Sam War Trophy Trains which will tour the district stopping for two hours at an average of four towns a 3ay. The Central Liberty Loan Com mittee at Cleveland and the Railroad Administration are responsible for the trains. of Thousands but I have been lucky so far Am going back next week I stopped in Paiis but Mr gone to the OUR boys who have on the alert Gentry was gone I did not see navy are constantly for the submarines which menace him. I will look for him when I their army comrades on the long trips go back to the lines. Paris is across the Atlantic. sure a wonderful city. I visited One $100 Liberty Bond and or.e $30 lots of the o'd places. Will send Liberty Bond w II equip an enlisted you rorae of the pictures laer on man In the navy for one year. Or I hope you are all well. I am the same two bonds will feed him for well and feeling fine. I am stays year. ing at a nice French hotel just at the foot et Mt. Renatd . I can if !iS I Cards From Boys Will Urge Buymg of BonJs Ten million sets of post cards five in a set have been sent to Eu- , rope by the War Loan Organixat m at Washington tc De unnraiso among the boys of the American see the mountains - as much our solemn duty to put our money into the Fourth Liberty Loan as it is the duty of the soldier to stand firm at his post in battle. This Fourth Liberty Loan is to be our supreme effort. God helping us, we shall not le found wanting. Let us subscribe all we can. and a little more. It is Expeditionary Ftofees. By this time they probably have been put In the hands of the boys over there and some are probably on their way back to this country. Each card bears a message from the boy to the home folks urging the home folks to invest In Liberty Bonds. The cards bear photographs of tanks, guns, ammunition, etc. th'ngs which the boys need and which the home folks' money will boy. The cards will be coming back soon in large numbers. Ohio and Kentucky and West Virginia and Pennsylvania will be receiving their share of them. in Switzerland and Italy. I can see for miles around. There is snow on the mountains and down where I am it is very hot. The Y. M. C. A. is doing a great work here They make everything juit as nice as possible, picnics, swim ming in Lake Bourget and visit ing all the points of interest. Well I will write again as soon as I get back to my station. Write soon, Elijah L. Scott, You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away Preparing meat is only a of Swift & Company's usefulmsj. I 1 frt Headquarters Co, 54th Artillery (C. A C.) Am. Ex. France. Via. N. Y. Buy table. The finest meat in the world wouldn't do ycu any good one hundred miles away from your Swift & America, Civilization. Democracy Humanity expect every man to do his duty. on every member of the Council of Defense to render all the ser vice possible in this campaign. The campaign will be opened in Ralph Stickle. Liberty Bonds - SHOW MF.. It is said that people of Mis souri are very skeptical and when they heard stories t ld of great achievements they questioned it, this Couuty at the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, Septemif not shown. The United States Government ber i8'h at 2pm This meetin offering the Fourth Liberty ing will be for organizing the Loan has called the hand of every committees, making plans for American. There are very few the three weeks work. It will people who have not expressed also be the first dav that our citithemselves as loyal. Expressions zens will have a chance to volunEvery will not win this war. If predic- - teer their subscriptions. would havej volunteer subscription that is retions in this country twodavs of this wou it would have been over the ceived the. country took campaign entitles the subscriber first month that this any active put. but the best stud-- to a button indicating that he vol ent of war conditions is still un- unteered. and was not solicited willing to predict the closing of to buy bonds. A good showing) of th? war inside of two years of volunteers will help materially Many think it will be much longer, in this campaign, and we hope Geimany is going to lose, but the the people will come forward in question that confronts us is a wav to make it conclusive at the end of the second day that when. t Rockcastle will buy her full The Governmeut is saying every man with sufficient money quota, and keep up her good reto buy bonds at d show your loy- tard of doing her full share f alty The so'dieis in the trenches war work. There is no reason and going over the top in No why we should not buv our quota Man's Laud into an inter no of of bonds as we are sending our shot and shell, and charging full quota of boys, and to back thrcugh poisonous gas are saying them up with our money to the to us "show me." If you are au point of sacrificing is the noblest American citizen, you are a part deed that can be done by the of this army, and every other army bacK of the trenches, and American citizen is watching jail good citizens want to stand you. and wants you to show back of the man that stands back whether you are for our Nation of the gun. or for the Tutonic Allies, so let Buy Liberty Bonds' for this campaign the watchword LETTER FROM FRANCE. be "Carry On and Show h'.e". fi-st l 1 - With each train will be a detail of United States soldiers assigned by the Wcr Department, a corps of Liberty Bond salesmen, and prominent speak ers. Each train will carry three carloads of trophies and exhibits and a sleeper for the guard of soldiers, salesmen and speakers. One of the trains will be in charge of Ralph Stickle, Cleveland traction counsel and ormer Journalist Complete equipments used by Americans, Canadians, British, French and Every dollar is a Dart! Italian soldiers will be on the trains. purpose of ascertaining the will craft guns, There will also be antl-al- r Buy a bond AND BUY ANOTHER' of the voters of said voting pre depth, bombs used in submarine hunts, William F. Kirk. cinct upon said questiou. aerial bombs such "s are dropped on the cities along the Rhine in retaliaAttest: S. F. Bowman, tion for the bombardment of Paris and WHERE LIBERTY County Court Clerk the bombing of London by the Hun, BOND FUNDS GO captured German field pieces and sC Buy Liberty Bqnd' rifles taken by our boys at Chateai ONE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR Thierry and Oaatlgny and complete I BOND WILL BUY: ROCKCASTLE COUNTY sets of the decorations awarded fo for a company of Steel helmets COURT ORDER. bravery to the soldiers by the differ Infantry, or nt nations in the war. The German Whereas, a petition was on the Five hundred overseas caps, or decorations have been taken from the j Pay the cost of drafting one hun29th day of August, 1918. filed breasts of captured Huns. dred men. with the clerk of Rockcastle Arrangements are being made it I County Court, signed by more are for great crowds at the sidingt vo the towns wher the trains will "Let your dollars be the ships that than twenty legal voters of vet make stops. It was, of course, lmpos boys home again buy ing Precinct So. 6 (East Mt. Ver- slble for the trains o reach every lo- will bring the cality In three weefcs but they wer liberty Bonds!" non) in Kockcastle County asking routed so as to come close to almos' a submission or trie question every town In the district. They wll Smother the Kaiser In Liberty whether cattle, or any specie V well worth driving or riding fort) or fifty miles to see. thereof, stall be permitted to run Bonds. Listen to the "air raid alarm" siren at large in said voting Precinct. Each train will be equipped with on GOOD FOR BILIOUSNESS. It is now ordered by the court of the sirens which is blown in th "Two years agfT I suffered that a poll be opened in said voting European cities when the Hun Is com ing with his bombing planes. from frequent attacks of stomach Precinct at the next general elec-- "rBuy LIBERTY Bow trouble and bi iousness. Seeing tion to be held on the 5th day of PS -- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on the Brother, Buy Another! iqth day of Angust, 1918, filed with the clerk of Rockcastle Brother, buy another bond! County Court. ;signed by more It will help to pave the way than twenty legal voters of vet For the boys who've gone beyond ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in Atlantic to the fray. The Do not Bay Do not falter. Rockcastle county, asking a sub You have done enough, my brother, mission el the question whether Buy another bond today cattle or any specie thereof, shall And another AND ANOTHER! be permitted to run at large in said voting precinct. What a blessed chance Is yours It is now ordered by the court to do your humble part Thus that a poll be opened in said votFor the Freedom that endures Deep in every Yankee's heart! ing precinct at the next general Give this Loan a rousing start election to be held on the 5th With your glad subscription, brother day of November, 1918, for the Company efficiency has made it possible to place complete lines of products in the smallest and most remote communities. To be sure the work is done well Swift & Company, through its branch houses and car routes, brings the meat to the retail dealer for you. Swift & Company lays out car routes covering towns big, little, medium size which are not served by a Swift branch house. Salesmen find out in advance what b wanted by the dealers in every town. They are followed by refrigerator cais loaded with retailers' orders, which are delivered at each town fresh, clean, and sweet once or twice each week. Swift & Company operates a large number of car routes like this, from fourteen distributing plants. This is a necessary and natural part of the packers' usefulness. It fits into the industry in an orderly, effective way. It makes better meat cheaper from one end of the land to the other. t I Swift & Company, U. S. A. J -- C Buy Liberty Bonos' Buy BWOS Liberty Bomps" SPSNCEB. CHAS. C. HARRIS. VIm R. B. UND9RY. heNMrj PraUM -- TBuv ubertv Bonds - August 30, 1918. Somewhere in France The Liberty Loan Committee Dear Brother Will write you a received a telegram Wednesday btatiHg that Rockcastle's quota few lines to let you know I have for the Fourth Liberty Loan is 'got better I am getting along Hope tbis will $71,100 slightly over twice the just tine now. L'bertyjfind you all well. You know I amount of the Third Lon, and we most earnestly call have (been in the hospital since health. FOR A WEAK STOMACH. Chambealain's Tablets advertised concluded to try them. I imThe great relief affbaded b proved rapidly." Miss Emma' Chamberlain's Tablets in a multitude of cases has fully proven Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. the great value of tbis prepara tion ter a weak s torn ash and itn paired digestion. In mail cases this relief has become perma-en- t and the siifjcir have been completely restored to ' for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting Precinct upon A mSULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING said question. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PostoAce LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Attest: S. F. Bowman. Train young men and women for Business or Civil Service County Court Clerk. positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines el November, 1918, Commercial School Buy Liberty Bonos" employment should write for full information at once. JhliatQiiUT7 run run Ohiiaren Ory FLETCHER'S FOR OMl&rsn Ory if Miami iimmm Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Kv, Sept. 27 Women's and children's coats and suits, at 1918 Drummond's Stores. For Sale A good Mandolin, 79 up "No. 79" VCi nearly new, cheap, wunt toCommunt- - w it Alonzo Taylor, fit Vernon ,a with SIGNAL For Rent: Dwelling on West Maiu Street. Apply at this office. There will be a box supper at LOUISVILLE 4 NMHWILLt II II CO. the Medical Springs school house totight lor the benefit of the Red Cross. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 north nortn south South " 6.57 3:47 11:55 tie production. The specifications have been A g rl baoy at the home of Wit-li- e J as. L,ajdrum, Agent. prepared by the Rail read Ad-- , Chasteen, and a boy at the Phone No. 8. ministration who have aLo fixed' home of Jim Dooley, both of the Mt Vernon, Kj. PotoBce Entered at the price for each size of tie and Langford section is reported. s mail matter. m each kind of timber. There will be a Box Supper at Mr. O. T. O'Bannon, of Guth12:13 a m charged and returned home. second-clas- pm (J D. Ponder, the am man who was sent to the army am from Livingston, has been disone-legged CROSS TIES. 20, I9I8, Louisville, Ky. The Regional Purchasing Committee of the United States Rail road Administration has ft quested that we nolifv the citizens of this community of the fact jthat they stand ready to accept all cross ties and to pay for them immediately upon inspection, In keeping up ail Railroads is necessary in order to safely move our troops and the supplies which are being handled for them, which reallv makes it a patriotic duty, to make an earn- est effort to increase the cross Sept. school house to- rie, Ky., has been appointed night for the benefit of the Red Cross Tie Inspect ir for this terCross. Je&se DeBord is the ritory. He will will purchase y. ft teacher. ties for use on all Railroads unPie supper at Oak Hill School, der the jurisdiction of United this stcre we're offering Saturday night, Oct. 5th, for the States Railroad Administration bentfit of the Red Cross and and many t es purchased in the serve you and clothes" only ; the kind south are for the use of NorthFourth Loan campaign. the cause, cut prices. Georgia Gentry, Teacher. ern Railroads. If any party who has timber Hart Bchaffner it Man make Ball Band Rubbers, Swann to cut into cross ties will comthem ; all wool, well tailored ; they Hats and municate with Mr. O'Bannon, he laot longer, you buy less often. Kretch Union Suits are a few of will be glad to advise fully in rethe many things you can buy at gard to prices, inspection, etc. cut prices at Fish's while they DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN Buy Buy last For diarrhoea in. children one More J. L Bullock, teacher of Gum year old or older you will find More Spring school requests us to say nothing better than ChamberPERSONAL that there will be a pie supper at lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem edy, followed by a dose of cas Liberty Will Thompson left first of the bis school house given by himSaving ter oil It should be kept at self and the pupils of his district, hand and given as soon as the Harvard College. week to enter Bonds Stamps fisrt udnatural looseness of the Edgar Mullins is at home to- one week from tonight. day from Camp Taylor for a few C A. Davis bought et John D. bowels appears. Buy Liberty BqndT Barnett. days. Henderson, four three-montThe tire alarm was sounded Buy Liberty Bonds Mr and Mrs. Fred Asher expect old shoats, weight 105 lbs. each, This abet 7 o'clock Tuesday evening to move into their new home next for which he paid $63 For Sale: My farm of I32 proves that it pays to have good for the first time in many acres near Ottawa, Ky. week. This months. The tire was at Lang ; Buy Liberty Bcnds farm is in a good state of cultivahas moved over stock. They are tjb Durocs. . -- 30 acres more or PINE HILL SCHOOL Ivan Roberts NOTES, For don Memorial and it seemed that 3 except Jack Burk's shoe shop for the The causulty list from the the entire population of the town tion being all in grass fairly ijood house, ffood star roll what is in corn this year. The barn and smoke house, 2 running winter. Nth Grade Pansie Lovell. Western front for yesterday an was soon on the grounds everyimprovements consist of one good -fails, hall Mrs. Will Langford spent last nounced that Private Troy Rich, body doing or trying to do 'his five room cottage, two good barns springs, one never new paling 3rd grade Clpda McHargue, Jeal of Boone, this county, had been Elnora Durham. Verna Hilton. week with her mcther, Mrs. acre in garden with bit''. The fire had started in one severely wounded. Corporal of the closets from some un- and all necessary out buildings. fence. All under rail and wire Parrett. HONOR liOLL. Vill sell cheap as I am compelled fence. Located mile from court S. T. Proctor will go to Boone-vill- e Logan L. Price, of Junction City known cause and was getting un4th grade Helen Parrett, Reto quit farming because my boys house on Hansford road. Will a manse was also severely wounded next week to build der pretty good headway wheu becca Mink, Eddie Parsons. are in the service. sell at a barsraio if sold at once. for Rev. George S. Watson. Mrs. Charlie Spoonamore, of discovered. Our ever faithful 1st grade Ina Lee McHargue. J as. H. Barnett. A. C. Sowder, Mrs. W. J. Childress and child- the Rose Hill section found the bucket brigade was soon at Sept. 3rd grade Leonard Meadows. I3 4t. Mt. Vernon, Ky ren were here from Hustonville. pocketbook lost a few days ago work and the fire which threatTbe busy time of the year has 4t. by J. Fish containing about $550. ened the destruction of Langdon unday, visiting home folks. been very trying on mauy since Lost A boy's new overcoat, Sept they missed to help in making She lost no time in bringing it Memorial was soon under con Trench style. This coat has been T. J. Pennington and family My dray horses, up molasses and saving fodder, For SALE: will start Monday for Cushing, in and it certainly showed that trol. The loss of this school gone since spring. A liberal y have a Literary Society the dray she was an honest woman and building would no doubt mean reward ifor its return to John wagons and good will-i- n Oklahoma to make their future John" Renneu. is to be commended organized named "Busy Bee." for this the loss to Mt. Vernon of this Albright or Signal office. business. home. deed. great schoot, as it would in all A program is rendered each Buy Liberty Bonds Judge L. W. Bethurum was in - Buy Liberty Bonds Friday afternoon There will be Card of thanks: In behalf probabilty never be rebuilt, Louisville Monday and Tuesday which many people knew ana a pie sapper given at the school attending the meetings of the of the school, the faculty students houe Monday evening Sept. 3o. and all interested here and else for that reason the enxiety felt I G. O. P's. by many was gre; ter than any The proceeds goes for the exMr. and Mrs. John Poynter are where, I wish to express to the other tire that might come. We pense of the "Big Liberty Loan here from Indiana visiting his people and those especially who are glad to say Campaign " Every body invited that although the brothers, W.M and D.C. Poynter worked so faithfully and saved 10 attend. our buildings from the fire on loss will amount to something and other relatives. Onie E Silvers, like $500, that the repairs will Marshall Swinford, formerly last Tuesday evening. soon be made and that the school Flora L. Pitman, Anna Belle Stewart, of Disputanta this county, was Teachers. Just Received Fresh Principal Langdon Memorial. work is moving right along as here yesterday from Hamilton, though nothing had happeued. Shipment GUM SULPHUR SCHOOL Ohio on business. Everett Mullins, son of Judge at For Sale: A good Jack, two BONOK ROLL. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Chandler, and Mrs. Cam Mullins, who has fine young studs, and a pair of six-yeof London, and Miss Marie Brock been with the L. & N. at CovingI am sending my honor roll old horse mules. See me at of Winchester, were with relatives ton for six months has been for the 3rd month which is not promoted and is now checking once if interested. here for the week end. so good as the others. We are C. A. Davis, Mt. Vernon omg to have a pie supper at our Mrs. R. H. Miller will go into trains that go over the bridge Notice: The person who borafternoon to spend to Cincinnati and getting Louisville this school house at Gum Sulphi'r a few davs and be with Mr. Mil pen month for eight hours work. rowed or deliberately carried off on Friday night October 4th, for : Everett is making good and is my cross cut saw, will please ler, who is at Camp Taylor. the benefit of the Red Cross. attending a business school at bring it home. I need it. M rs. Ellen Price leaves Sundav Honor Rolt- - for third month R. L. McFerron night. M. 1 for Cincinnati, where she will Grade I Homer Blaaton. Mr. j. R. C. Lathim, of Plato, Mr. and Mrs. Layton Kirby, of spend a week with friends and Grade II Evelyn Mink LOCUST 1 Pulaski County, just across the Climax, this county, received a relatives. tirade III Bergin Bordes. United States Government has Rockcastle line, died Tuesday is needed by Grade IV Oscar Masters, May Miss Baugh, one of the High message from the War Depait-men- t after an illness of only a few U.S. SOVERNMEWT last week stating that their it possible for the great American Brooks. school .teachers has been very WANTED -- Any Quantity Black or son. Everett Kirby, had been days. Mr. Lathim was suffering Grade VI Daffie Masters. VicYellow LOCUST sick for the past week with public to be an to the past activities of the Put on yards at your nearest li R. killed on the battlefield in France. from Intermittent fever but was tor Bordes, Andrew King, Elber-t- a typhoid fever. Army and Navy both "over here" and "over there." Station. Must be t inches in Everett was one of the first to not confined to ihis bed. A few King. Ernest Robbins, Mattie and up, from 4 feet in Through the medium of the motion picture, you are enMrs. Margaret Wynn, of Con- leave this county, hours before his death he walked length up, sound ami reasonably going with Pearl Robbins, Jennings Bordes. abled to see in the making the momentous force which way reports $20 00 as the protraigllt. Hijrhest cash price paid. John Speed Hamilton, Victor about the room. He suffered a Write. Jphone or calljand see Grade VIII Carrie Brooks. is to end the greatest war of the ages. ceeds of the pie supper held in F G HURT. Crab Orchard, Ky. Price, Fred Hatcher and others severe chill and never revived her school cmtrict. and was an excellent young man. The deceased was a splendid citiBuy Liberty Bonds. We, as teachers of the Union zen and successful business man Rob McKenzie, who has been announce Ridge School, wish to These official pictures will give the people of America Mr aud Mrs. C. C. Davis. Mr. and farmer. working in Jeffersonville for the C.McCL-ftRthat there will be a pie supper their first opportunity of seeing our beys in action in past few months, came home and Mrs. E S. Albright, Mr. and school house on France; to undeistand just what these months of preparation given at the this week and will enter C. U. Mrs. S. F. Bowman, Mesdames have brought about in combatting our common enemv; to enWednesday night Oct. 2 Every-- I W. J. Sparks, R. A. Sparks, Danville, next week. Tp fjiMj a aSB field, v"4 able the worker in the munition factory, the toiler in the body come arid take some part, L. W. Bethurum. Dr. M. Pennevery man, woman and child who is doing his or her In fact, Mrs. D. B. Southard and son, well 'as it is for your benefit as part, to visualize the results of their labor to the'present time. Bryan Perkins, were here yester ington, V. C. Tate, Dwight Bowas ours. The proceeds will go They will show those who subscribed to the Liberty Loans, day to see Mr. and Mrs. W. G. man and Jehu Albright attended for the benefit of the war cam Red Caoss. Knights of Columbus, Y.M.C.A , Salvation Army McBee. Bryan certainly looks a meeting at Richmond Wednes To farmers in Central and Southand other campaigns just what their money has accomplished. paign in tms county. Every American will be intensely interested in seeing the baking oi good dressed in one of Uncle day nignt wnen the quota was ern Kentucky at a low rate of S. E. Chandler, Easy and attractive paymountains of bread for the army, the making of millions of uniforms, fixed for the five counties in this UNDERTAKER and EMBALME Sam's uniforms. Ida Hamlin. the manufacture of tons of guns, the Hunching of thousands of ships in November ments with the privilege of paying district for the drive into the sea. Atty. and Mrs. Elmer Brock for the $170,500,000. The Teachers. You will thrill with a vital pride at sight of OLTR Navy and OUR quota off all or any part of loan at any KY. time. and two sons, Elmer Jr. and Army in action our own crusaders standing in legions on to victory. assigned to this district is about We will help you pay You will see for all the Chas. , spent from Friday until $42,000 and Rockcastle's share farm land you wish to buy. If PROPERLY FITTED Our Boys "Over Here" and "Over There" Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. E. is $3496. 50. This is ter the ben you are in debt or need monev to DEBTS COLLECTED the first line trenches in France, the first batch of German prisoners S Albright, and niece, Mrs. W. GLASSES caught by the Yankees the hundreds of important and interesting deefit of the Y. M. C.A., Y. W.C.A., retire your lein notes we would be Accounts. Notes. Claims of all kinds tails of modern warfare. You may see YOUR boy, or yonr neighbor's H. Fish. Jewish Relief, Salvation Army, glad to explain. collected anywhere in the world. No AT THE RIGHT TIME boy, or your friend, behind the lines at work or play or marching down charges unless we collect. Reference: the streets of a little French town. Library Association, Community is of Farmers National Bank. Write us. LOCAL Service Work and Knights of .Greatest Import ancc. Don't miss this opportunity of seeing this the greatest May's Collection Agency. Somerset, Ky. DISTRICT MANAGER Columbus, all of which seven orof all War pictures Ofhce: Room 7 Masonic Blug. If your eyes are showing any deLadies' and children's hats, Farm Loan Department Union time to see fects now is the ganizations will work together in at Drummond's. Central Life Insurance Co raising. U G. Baker is ChairDR. MOORE, The Optician 802 Security Trust Bldg., LexingW H. Brown has moved to his man for Rockcastle. ton, Kentucky Cox Buildinsr, Mt. Vernon. Ky. property bought of T.J. PenningFor Infants and Children Boys' suits and shoes, at ton and has bis stock of goods In Use For Over 30 Years iW Drummond's open in the Pennington store FOR FLETCHER'S Always bears the room. BUY LIBERTY BOMT ar the Red Bud buy liberty bonds Cooper-Kenosha-Klo- sed was at Prnsh Creek Monday. Green GaMnud and family wiU leave for Laurel, Ind., September 25th to mate their future home. Chus Rice. of Livingston, was in this part Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mullins were in Bernstadt Friday and Saturday. Mrs. C E Mullins and daughter, Maggie, and the writer and children Were KUests of Mrs. Jones Durham, of DangoSunday. The day was spent very pleasantly as Mrs. Durham has a lare-- water melon wmkrh and she did not forget to serve a plenty. Otto Brown, of Level Green, was the guest of relaiives here from Thursday until Mon-day. Mrs. J. H. Roberts and Mrs. Henry Black were guests et Mrs. Green Gabbard Sunday. Died, Ida the four-yeold'daugh ter of Mr. ano Mrs. Melvin Bar-- , nett September 2I at 4:30 p. rn. She took that dread disease membranous croup and all loving! hands and Dr. Webb could do was of no avail. Weep not dear parents little Ida has gone to that bright world where nothing but eternal bliss and happiness and she is a bright and shining Born, to the angel up there. wife of Raleigh French, a girl September 19th. Dee Cummins, of Mt. Vernou, was in this part last week and bought of Fred Mullins a nice bunch of cattle. Miss Cora Mullins, of Cruis, was with hen s:ster, Mas. Bar-net- t Monday and Tuesday. Judge and Mrs. Cam Mullins were down from Mt. Vernon Sunday to attend the b'urial of Utile Ida Ben 'Mullins a . WITHERS Put on your fighting Clothes ml i men who have gone into service have done it; you men at home can do it in a little different way. Wear clothes that will save for the men who are fighting. That means the lasting kind that wear so long you buy fewer clothes per year. At that at THE "fighting War Fourth hs THE CASH STORE . . j i V D RUI10ND 'S THAT GOOD CASH GROCERY STORE 7-- , ! Pilgrim Coffee v j 1 Pershing's Crusaders AT 141c lb ar to OPERA HOUSE Tuesday.October 8 o'clock P. BOONE WAY Drummond's LIVINGSTON HER 1st THE eye-witne- ss THESE PICTURES ARE FOR YOU J. Y LONG TIME LOANS r 1 i. STANFORD, Burt L. Sims Children Ot9 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st .Admission 25c and 35c RED AUSPICES CROSS K:Buy Liberty Bonds Buy CASTORIA Signature of CA8XORIA l Liberty Bonds - 2 y ree7 i i ryi " 7 --Cm wc'- - ii mmmmm. imii -- nrhf ;" ,. met i mrn fanr hr wrtriHin n frmaifirtfig'ir'ii CARE OF HOGS I. & N. Selection No. yyWiaiwriT wyrwa . iMaflaMtfeAb tftent basin, is vcrv i rr beneficial Mat z ;aiim,yfm tHgimmitfiir ftrrtii i'r:i 1Qa. a LibeUy Loan Mother Goose ii 25 ttnd a Confort to the anl nal, but but ah classes of bog wallows ... - i y.ur breeding sows remember that they are in- ended for double duty, and that they, therefore, require different handling aud more care than your stock hogs. In the South two litiers per year are gotten, provided proper care is given. Economically, .this means tint the advantages of the South enable you to double your output in hogs A pregnant sow should be kept in good flesh and thtifty, healthy condition. Not too fat nor too lean, but in good, strong flesh. Some farmers have the idea that unless the animal Ii kpt in a thiu condition, the re productive organs will become fatty This is not the case, and if persisted in will give you a a S.L be pepfat, all be fast, weak constituted, poorly nour Make this loan jump over the last ished Jitter of pigs. Ou the other What Liberty Bonds Are band, a sow excessively fat wiil Humf Slm.y Saiurs difficulty at farrowing have Wll You Outfit? What are Liberty Bonds? Liberty time, whiih, in many cases bring Bonds are promises of the United death. Use common sense, and To supply rt s: Ilor with a single one States Government to pay money at a In the care of ! Ml r i aaaaTaai should be strictly eliminated. Individual fUTOwiog h.mses are recognized as prefer. lle, bat selection of the furrowing qusrttrs should be, if possible, left to the sow, and if there are a number of suitable places, it is best for the farmer to let her h ve her choice in this as "fighting" againt her wishes at this time may bring serious complications at farrowing time. If o fee. you have made friends with her during the carrying period, you Cor.. will be much better able to har : die her at furrowing time, so that it help is necessary at you will be able to give - ..,..,............. ...,....... 59?1tPltmlJt3lttMM ........ ........ ... v jim inmr , y iWm .- ood will Win the III DON'T WASTE IT Be a RAISE I ' Producer As Well as Consumer gg RAISE LIVE STOCK and POULTRY and GRAIN and VEGETABLES MAKE MONEY AND DEPOSIT WITH ec. PEOPLES BANK - do-live- ry her that help wi'hout Mitlfiffl izing her. If she is cross and an ' tigonistic when you come around hr. then'it is better to leave her alone, otherwise she may turn and eat her wn pigs. The farrowing pen should be e . . 'v. Comfortably large, so that she c-- Money in the pocket burns, Put it SAVK A PART OF ALL you earn. Vow cancelled in the People Bank. 4 Open up a checking account with us, u checks returned will show where your money has gone, and they will spur on to save for the better thing of life - WE PAY INTEREST ON SAV3NG ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK oe a MT.VERNON, Kv. . 9 o . . - of t'ach Mvcral Utletaa of future date with interest; for example, bond is n i $50 Third Liberty 4 : b'. geJ. to have cost? dutlr'ng h' tror e to pay the bearer $50 on Supt SS T. Thi: brings Ml out. re on! lit to 15, IMS, vjth interest in the meantnn not far fro:.-- , the p. lee of one ; )o Lit ?2.12 per year or $10 cty Porvi. ' M irtfc II :vA litpiember If of (he ! .i.--- 14, 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 remember that the sow is carry, ing a litter of pigs that tequire nourishment of u certain charac ter. It is well recognized that protein foods are good muscle and bone builders, and that they, as well as other succulent feeds, are the most nourishing to both the mother and the pigs that she is carrying. Fattening feeds such as corn and velvet beans, should be fed in small amounts rather than excessively. Grain pastures, which the JSocth abundantly provides should be to the breeding stock at all times, and the more legumes are used for pastures the better is the pasture. A small amount of corn or other fattening feeds, fel daily in conjunction with well-balanced Fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH Bank of Mt. Vernon green pastures, will .form a ration. A carefully observant farmer will, in a very short time, be able to determine better for himself than he can be told just the proper proportions in feeding his breeding sows As long as the animals indicate a playful, alert disposition and you notice them sitting around on their haunches in a dreamy attitude, and they come alertly when called for feed, you may be sure they are in a thrifty condition. During the latter period of preg- i 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 19 J 8, it is the duty of all persons to appear before the County Tax Commissioner and list their property. I, or one of my deputies will from the first day of July, 1918, until the 31st day of October, 1918, be at my office over the store of U. G. Baker, from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., to receive your list, and anyone failing to appear and list their property, will be reported, and upon their failure to list their property they are subject to a fine of not exceeding the sum of fifty dollars. C. T. SIGMON, Tax Commissioner of Rockcastle County, Kentucky. DR. WALTER Dentist U. G. Bakti ' jtors MT. yc3C$x3cx BETNURUA L. W. ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street s Ofh" Over VEKNON, KENTUCKY H 3OtoC33OC30C30C CA8TORIA CASTOBIi Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Children Cry FOE FLETCHER'S j nancy, especially if the sow is of the perfect fit of your suitr a rather heavy type, and more the quality 'feel' of the doth aud its individual especially if she has been overfed, design when order d from she will become indolent. Iu such case care thould be given to proper exercise. This can be done by sc ttering grain among strrv or fodder or thru CHICAGO, ILLINOIS out the pasture so that she will have to hunt for it- The water Their line is overflowing with new. appealing suitings and enng place can be at the farther end of the field from the feeding, overcoatings fabrics that will delight the young man of fash- ry u v .ii v&mwm so that she is forced to make sevx Vmmmmsms. i ion and make the business man look the part. Tailored to 'A a eral tripi a day to secure water. In use for over 40 years! vlS your intimate indie with the skill that makes no mistakes. Other means will suggest them Thousands of voluntary meet extremely low. selves to the thinking farmer. letters from women, tellIt is best to keep your brood ing of the good Cardui sows seperated, both in quarters has done them. This is and in the fields, from the rest of the best proof of the value the hogs. Neither should they of Cardui. It proves that be permitted to roam around the Cardui is a good medicine barnyard in proximity with rM for women. horses, cattle and other stock. r jm There are no harmful or Injury from such has caused habit forming drugs in I e.ther the loss of the mother or IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A Cardui. It is composed the coming dead of the the pigs only of mild, medicinal at breeding time. In hog raisingredients, with no bad ing you are running, in principle, a department factory, in which each class of stock reor TAKE quires different handling; keep Sunset Magazine Disc this in mind. Your sows, heaw Plow, Cane Mill, Saw increases its rates to 20c with pig, cannot find their way per copy on news stands Thresher, Mill, and $2 00 per yearly subto the trough in mixture with 1 scription, beginning with hogs, stags and gilts no more Engii e. Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Tinder, Silo September Issue, 1918. than can the young pigs. Hie Woman's Tonic or Outter, Manure Spreader, Lime Spreader. Hay care and kindliness A LAST CHANCE Bailer. Fertilizer. Pipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, are the watchwords of the sucYou can rely on Cardui. SUNSET to subscribe to I will guarantee delivery within one day. Keep rjA Surely it will do for you cessful hog raiser. Magazine at the old price wuai ii iiaa uuuc iui &U As the sow approaches farrowthem in stock and can furnish you with repairs at of $1.50 per year and many thousands of other ing time, constipation should be receive a once for anything 1 sell you. women! It should help. strictly 'avoided. House slops, Large Liberty War Nap of the "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . skim or sour milk, plenty of ," CALL ME AT LONDON, KY., OR SEE Weiter n Battle Front. FREE writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, green feed and, if necessary, a T This remarkable offer is open . S . ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. of Madison Heights, Va. little oil meal or flaxseed meal to all whose subscriptions will "I got down so weak, be received at this o!tice up to can be introduced into the racould hardly walk . . . August 15th. 19J8. tion. Subscribe befo;e this date and just staggered around. save the price of . . . I read of Cardui, A common mistake is to per Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and and after taking one botTWO THRIFT STAMPS mit the sow to travel over rough All Kinds of Farm Implements. tle, or before taking quite ground in search of her food, "Kill two birds with arte stone1' all, I felt much better. I LONDON, KY. took 3 or 4 bottles at Help the Government such as. for instance, the climb that time, and was able to and Yourself. ing over of sweet potato ridges, demy work. I take it in is almost certain that a sow It the spring when runforced to do this, at least when down. 1 had no annetite. BOSK MOOT C. C. heavy with pigs, will have SUNSET MAGAZINE commenced eating. K Vj and Ithe LAW ATTORNEY-Ait is best tonic I ever at delivery time and in fcntinMS. Short Mu4. Tm Wrroaf aad Ttermfc MT VEENON,KY CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO taw.." Try Cardui. Thi old kad MvhwmOai most all cases pigs will come Wa ClWIVm can do Back for floor of OFFICE. On 2rd. you at Uast cast and toward, dead. Another thing to be Bank of Mt. Vernon, on All Druggists Oa. - poatikm. Diploma awardcl Bpeaial CoarM for Gor- avoided is the climbing into and K Church St. Special atten J. 70 a ThniMiiila of aoeecaatcl tion piven collections. out of slippery mud holes. Shalarariaaaaa. BaeMaaruae. DEfanniEflT WH HH ?0R FlTOIEf?S "pnoxje 80 y riatoa of a LajrtT PrtaaipaJ. LAMHAiwii una low water on good, clean, sandy aaaaBaansai a I ground, or, better still, in a ce- - wiil have ample room to turn and adjust herself, and it is pre ferable to have fenders around the bottom tj prevent her laying on the pigs. It should be en tirely free "of dust and otherwise clean, and should have only a very little amount of litter on the floor. After farrowing, the sow should have nothing to eat for twenty four hours (but should have warm drinking water,) unless she appears to be hungry, in which case a light, warm slop of some ground gra.n and water should be given her. The fted ing for the first three or lour days should be light and carefully given, and should not be back on full feed for a week or ten days, depending on the size and thrift of the litter of pigs. It is a common mistake that sows are fed an abundance o: milk immediately after farrowing. Do not do this. It the sow has been carefully cared" for and well, nature will produce sufficient m.lk for the pigs. Do net permit leakige or rain to beat its way into the p i Keep mother and pigs dry and clean. Do not permit cold chills Very young pigs are suscepti ble to cold chills and will die in a very short time Do not allow them to chill. If the weather is unusually cold, a lantern can be 1lffliij Buy War Saving Stamps and Liberty 3onds j " .. i a ; oo iimimiiiiimiiimmmim ft- hung in the roof of the provide warmth The sow should not be forced to go out and hunt her feed while the litter are still small, but should be cared for at least two weeks before she is permitted to do much ranging around for feed. Sufficient green feeds can be cut and brought to her. As soon as the litters shows signs of strength, which can be judged by their playfulness and desire to run around, both the sow and the litter can then be permitted to go out on pasture. However, in no case should it be made necessary for the sow to lead her litter through the wet gsass" and wet pasture. It is not good for the little pigs to have to run around soaking net. As soon as the little pigs show disposition to root and nibble, it is advisable to give them a little ground grain, preferably in slop This should be continued as the pigs grow up in conjjnction with tie green pt-n't- The latter are bono and muscle and growth builders, and, as stattd with reference la the boar and the sow, the little i igs should grow up having continu ous access to green pasfures If these directions are carried out, the farmer will have no dim. culty in producing a two hundred pound hog in six months. vVnen he can make his hogs average two hundred pounds in six mo.,ths, he can consider him successful hog laiser. sell Seli'dim No 26 is devoted to the care necessary in the hand ling of growing pigs to maturing time. Free: Further information regarding any phase of hosj rais ing can be had by writing to G. A. Purks, General Itu migration pasture ous c!a-sthough es of farm animals, althy may km m apptoxi-matelwhen tha mother will de- :.' . v liver her offspring. Every farmer, whether he be an actual breeder of livestock or not, should know the exact time" that the offspring is to come so that he will be prepared to give the necessary care and attention at that time. For the convenience of the far.Tier, we have complied in tab- , ular form a gestation calendar. giving the periods for the vnrious & Industrial Agent Agricultural Department, Louisville & Nash Louisville, Ky. vibe RailroaJ, P. S. Many fanners do not know the exact gestation period of the vari classes of farm animals. Thta table is so arranged that the date of service ycu can read direct the exact date when the offspring should be delivered. It will be convenient for you to tack this table up on some of your barn buildings so a? to enable you to keerj track of your breeding operations. This table can be had upon j request to Mr. G. A. Park, address as above. J You Will Be Pleased OTV, For Weak Women JiiiJ with United States Tailoring Co. - I fiimL s . I m Shirley C. 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