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If ESTABLISHED .l VOLUME XXXI COUNTY, KY., FR1D1Y, SEm'EMBER 27. 1918 " Announcement " Helen Brown, Miss Amy Proctor, " Risso Williams r a - m . '" " Georgia McPerron ' Anna Bello Stewart CBuy Ubirty Bonds - ? .., , .. .. -- I FALL SALES ON Shoes & Furnishings Ladies' Suits Coats, Dry Good and Notions . Men's and Boys' Suits We are very fortunate to be able to show the "largest and most complete Ifne 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 ATTENTION. The Fourth Liberty Loan is on. Hie cost of advertising to make it an overwhelming success will bo enormous. Tho Council of National (Defense has called 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. 8, I9I8 at the Graded School Building 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 program including community singing and band music. Every patron is urged to come and bring some donation. Consider it a privilege and a patriotic duty. Buy tlBCRTY Bonp$" 4(1 J I 1 tjj N Itfme Home f-- to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy " h.f ft T ' SUCKER LAWYERS F. I cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging a radiator. extravagant, High fuel prices seal 3HMHhj &"'fue wasting hetinff-trfatite.- the doom of lfaf9aHEaat&.RSG mzmBFJi mjmj.y fectly heated home and greatly reduced .fuel bills you will invest in 2lr"e mtimmmmmmWt-rr'jr.-?. fr What a satisfaction to get next to jeal heat after that B ...v-...-,,. WKmmmmmBeii-LZ- T JZ : E m aMfcaaaHc!2eE323S yktmVWMieSSSffn3iffi-.tmmmKVf- 8 Cole's: Oricrmsil DURNS m mm mm mm. A A pj Our Men's and Boys' Clothing Department is especially attractive this season. Call and let us ssshow vou Attorneys Who Fail To Aid Registrants In Pilling Out Questionnaires Will Be In vestigated. CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN USES ANY FUEL I HI mSSBmm-immW- k SUTTON & McBEE Fourth Liberty Loan Committees Chairman W. L. Richards, Fourth Liberty Loan announces the following committees: HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING TO WEAR, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS CENTRAL COMMITTEE. V. C. Tate, Secretary M. I'onniiigton, Director of Publicity T. J . Nicoloy, Chairman Speakers' Bureau. PRECINCT COMMITTEE W. M. Poyntor, Mt. Vornon. A. McKenzie " W. E. Wynn, Conway. G V. Owens, Disputanta. Solly Griilin, Cooksburg. L. J. Reams, Orlando. VV. P. E. Mullins, Withers. Walter Owens, Ccdarville. ' D. R. Gentry, Level Green. A.JM. Hiutt, Brodhead. Hardin Mooro, Climax. W. M. Hausol. Pino Hill. H. H. Wcod, Wlldio. John Robins, Brodhcad. J. P. E. Drummond, Livingston. Pennington announces that every school teacher and trustee iu tho county is hereby appointed members of the Committee on Publicity. T. J. Niccloy announces the following gcntlomon as speakers during the campaign, and each and every one of them shall con to anslder- himself drafted swer any call that Mr. Nicoloy may make. C. C. Williams, Mt. Vernon. ' L. W. fJothurum, M. - , J. W. Urown, S. B. Lewis, 8. F. Bowman Dr. A. G Lovell " " " " iTJftIt Will sava the nation nllllons In Attorneys of Louisville fajling fual money thla winter. Act now. to comply with provisions 01 trie selective service law and regula No. Ill tions, requiring them to aid registrants in filling out question, naires, have been cited to apnnd tho Boch will profit thereby. something to domte to this call pear before the Legal Advisory If we fail to buy bonds our army for cast off garments. Board for Jefferson County to cannot have artillery, ammuniIf you know that 5 pounds of show cause for their failure to tion and aeroplanes which places hickory nut shells would save appear at the Courthouse as reus at great disadvantages. Which your boy's life, you would find quested by the board. will we do ? them. It is possible for them The new selective service law to do; road last week's Sigual and Buy Liberty Bonds, The man who leaves his car in makes It tho duty of attorneys bring in what you can. Sunday and joyrides to assist registrants in 'properly the garage C Buy Liberty Bonds answering their questionnaires. to make up during the week is CHAMBERLAIN'S COUPH only obeying the letter of the The Legal Advisory Board for REMEDY. Jefferson County prepared a rule of the Fuel Administration Miss Graco Griflin, of Mt. VorThis is not only one of tho schedule for local attorneys, as- and shows no patriotism. He is non, who is teaching school at signing each one to service at a slacker and a law dogger, and Cruiso Ridge sent in $26,115 tho host and most efficient medicines certain hours on .certain days is flirting with the danger of hav-t- o proceeds of a box supper at her for coughs, colds, croup and take license or have gasoline school. This offering is very whooping cough, but it is also during the week. WOMEN'S FOURTH LIBERTY According to members of the furnished .him on order only, much appreciated by this chapter pleasant to take, which is LOAN COMMITTEE FOK when a medicine must board, most of the local attorneys just like tho sweet tooth fellow and tho effect of that evening's ROCKCASTLE COUNTY responded to the call promptly; gets his sugar. good work will bo felt by the bo. given to young children. Cough Remedy Cliamborlain's The call for labor at Camp boys "ovorthoro " however, there 'were a few who Mrs. Anna E. Miller.Chairman failed. It was explained by a Knox near Louisville is urgent. has been in use for many years Remember "The Crusaders" Mis. G. V Owens, Disputanta, member of tho board that it was If you can use a saw and ham- will be on the screen at Boone and has met with much favor " Geo. Gatliff, ' hardly fair for a few lawyers to mer, or if you can'' learn easily, Way October 1st. This great whorover its good qualities havo " G. L Wren, Boone. beconio known. Many mothers UBERTY report for duty promptly and and your business is such that hhow is worth coining to see. Its havo given it laoir unqualified BONDS " J. H. Lambert. " others fail to come on time arid you could accept a job, you will equal has nover been shown in endorsement. Win. Scuby, " S. P. Caudiil, Conway. while from 500 to 600 registrants be paid good wages, and at the this section of tho state. Tho Mo., writes, "I lmvo " Ida Miracle, " were standing in line waiting. simo time bo helping Uuclo Sam Government had it made for raised three children, havo al" Cough Miss Fanny Wynn, our instruction under tho auspices ways used Chaiuborluiirs be the In the event that attorneys fight for liberty. Remedy and found it to Mrs. Hardin Mooro, Climax. Permission has been granted of tho Red Cross. cited to appear before tho board best for cough, colds and croup. " H. H. Wood, Wildie. fail to give satisfactory reasons any ono to use a car burning Calls for help from Red Cross It is pleasant to take. Both Miss Edith Phillips, " on Sunday, September 28 to Chapters como fast now. If jou adults and children like it. My for not appearing, it was stated Mt, Voreon Miss Effio B. Chasteen, Orlando. W J Sparks, Liberty Loan think seriously ot what ono worn wife and I havo have always their names, with information, attend Fourth C. C. Davis felt safe trom croup with it Mrs. Solly Griffin, Cooksburg. will be turned ovor to tho dis- meetings, or work in promoting garment from each family would in tile house." Chamberlain's Miss Hollo nrnw. Prof. Lucy checkup mean to suffering liolgium this Cougli Remedy contains noopiuir. trict attorney for further inves- this campaign A strict " E. S. Albright, Mrs. Fred Mullins, Withers. tigation and possibly prosecution. will be made in Rockcastlo Coun- winter, you would suro Cad or other narcotic. " J. C. Griffin, " ' Rev. M. G. Fish, The board declined to make pub ty to see that no one abuses this H. T. Young, Mrs. Tessio Langford, Burr. lic, for tho present, the names privilege by using cars for other uantj. " Rev. Frank Moore " J.P.E Drummond, Livingston of attorneys failing to respond purposes. But the importance of " Row James Barnes, " G. S. Griffin, promoting tho Fourtli Liberty ' Louisville Herald. Dr. R. G Webb, Livingston. ' " Blanford, - Buy tiBmrv Bonos Loan is such that any one using a " Jennie Cockrell, T. C. Welch, " Tnore is more Catarrh in thl car for this purpose will not bo " Leo J Webb " W. F Cartor, Brodhead. section ortho country than all violating tho rules governing tho S E. Chandler, Brodbead. " L. N. Bowling, ' other diseases put together, and conservation of gasoline. ' John Robins, , Miss Miranda Tate, " for years it was supposed to be We are all in this army, tho " Prof. Strange, " Dolora Boyd, incurable. Doctors prescribed line up leaves no middle ground. " Rev. A. J. Pike, Mrs. A. G. Cridor, Hiatt. local remedies, and by constantly Wo are helping Allies or help" A. M. Hlatt, " Mary J. Brown, Ottawa. failing to cure with local treat- ing tho Toutons. If wo are Hon. E. Bullock. Hansford. " D. L. Dillingham, Spiro. ment, pronounced it incurable. more food than we can ' W. H. Rev. Soward, Marotburg. Owens. Willailla. Catarrh is a local disease greatly comsume, wo are having somo Rev. Rovie Mullins, Dudley. " Henry Todd, Level Green. arc prepared to supply you with influenced .by constitutional con- for the 6oldier boy who is not in Rev.L. N. Bowling, Brodhcad. Miss Kate Dobord, " ditions and thorefore requires agricultural vocation, If wo Caps, Sweater Coats; Hardin Sams, Gauiey. Mrs. James Chanoy, Bloss. constitutional treatment. Hall's givo of our moams to Rod L'rnss, Rev.GoorgoL'hildress.Rockford. Miss Martha Kirby, Skating Sets; Underwear, Hosiery, Mt. Vernon. Catarrh JMcdiciue, manufactured Y. M. C. A. or any war relief Rov, Sheridan Overbey,Johnetta Mrs. Lula Cress, ' by F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, work, we aro helping tho allies Gloves and Over-Shoe- s. Rev.D.K.Gentry, Level Green. ' I, B. Livesay, " Ohio, is a constitutional romedy, and showing our benovolonco Our stock is complete ami tho prices aro low. We Gordon Manus, Wildio. " Gus Stavefson " is taken internally and acts thru at a time when it willdo the liiivn a full lino of these goods and can htiit baby, Rev. Hughie Ponder, Gauloy. " S. F. Bowman, " the Blood on the Mucous sur- - most good. If we feuy Liberty mother, diulily and aU tho kiddies. TI10 scarcity of Rov. Rice, Ccnway. " J. L Coopor, ' faces of the System, One Hun-i- Bonds, we will enable our boys these items caused by the war should mako you inRev. Dan Mullins, Withers. ' Carrie Baker drcd Dollars reward offered to mop up the Huns, and march terested iu early buying. WI1011 our supply is x Kov. J. W. Riddle, Orlando " Cora White, for any case that Hall's Catarrh bock homo happy with the greatbaiihtcd your opportunity to wivo is gone. J. J. Belcher. Hiutt. " W. H. Krouger, Medicine fails to cure. Send for est victory eupr achieved. Hut HUT NOW. Jiuy Kurly D. Grubbs, Pine Hill. G. " Lena Sparks " circulars and testimonials;;-- ' "oro than wo pro- if wo consum Logan Owens, Burr. S. D. Lewis F.J.CHBNSY.& Co.,'Toledo, uuce, wo ar Oiburden to this Rev J. W. Masters, Brodhead. Quefa II Milium Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Country aru II tbo Germans. Rov. Thos. Clifford, Pine Hill. t. -- nil n nm UUI " W. L. Richards, Hall's Family Pills for JJ If wo faiH- John Scoggjn, Ottawa, ' W. J. Sparks, ' suffer of , m - 'mmmmMtmmmt&"iTlf'xiVjmmmmm' TMmmlmmnKt&&yi&Jfi?2!mmmmm&Y:i Z&&&&1L .Ar.-V,"- 7' AND BRIGHT. YmMHBKFm30? COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE . RE D ROSS NOTES. 2'im-porta- nt f1H Cuil-licoth- e, gas-olin- o 11 Prepared Outing ABE YOU pro-di'cin- g For the Cold Days That's Coming? Toques, We s 11 - JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD -- JLfiiiJieaaL -- " JIM .l in HI in Mm3jUEmM I" w " Siff-IX- hi ilWWHBWBWfft !! TirMiVmn Mrt-itn- 't I tr i nV 'nTMn mA r aT utMatirtHf flfTiWi MdMj- - 1'J'liHI IV i sd MtVernon Signal Friday, Sopt 27, 1918 Publishtd every Friday by EDGAR S. A LB RIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION OMH VKAR BUY on $1.0 Aivtrtising tales mace known application AM-IBERT1 BONDS MKMBKKOP KHNTUCKY 1'KKSS ASSOCIATION AMERICA'S COMING OF AGE By DR. FRANK CRANE America is coming of ago Her hundred years of dumocracy have been but the preparation for Iior manhood. It is a cheap jibo to say that America was unprepared for this 'vur. It has had the mlgntiest propumtion in the history of nation;,, for over a cuntury Destiny lias been preparing in tills Now World a spirit of triumphant Democracy. Such a spirit cannot bo made. It must he grown, inbred. On trie Western Continent Destiny has been training the young Galahad for the rescue of the world American Nature has an antidote for every poison. Democracy, is the antidote for German Autocracy. Kvery one of our wins has been lor the same purpose ; to liberate the common man. The re.olution of 1776 was to get the privileged class of Knglaud off the b?cks of the American, Colonists who were rcdeemiiiR this wilderness. The war of 1812 was ro rescue American seamen from oppression The Mexican War was to liberate the settlers of Texas l"qttaMMMMf--- ''' -I ' " ., ...1 WyMMM the itst of July. I was hit with a iiuiolih'! gun bullet In the right I am alrm st leg below the Iukc. well now. Tull mama and papa uot 10 worry aLout me, I am all right. I am in the nicest hospital you cvir saw. Ilavo good atten tion and plenty to tat Well, Iwvo novr had any mail from homo hirce I Jiavo been over here. Gutxs I will got some mail when I get back to my compiuv I will write j on nil ever cluvco I hsvo I got anv mail or not. j whether 1 know you all have written me There art! hoys hero that have been over nere mncer than l nave who have never lint any mail from the old U. S. Well. Hugh, tell everjlridy hello for mo. You boys all bo good. Once more tell mama net to be uneasy and worry herself about me. 1 am alright. France certainly is a pretty coun try, and the people urc nice and kind to us American boys. Wi'l havu lots to tell you when I get hony, Give my regards to eveiy body. There are so many of my fronds 1 cant name them all Prom your brother, 1 Let's Go ! Children Cry for Fletcher's NNj5SWttW2i$i2i2i2&2iiiS TTrrrtf iBBfrf? ' u V (?A im&wgmh SEn W2 o &iVttfcU$i&tt The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signaturo of and has been made under uis per- sonal supervision since Its infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou In this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. fJtf'f4u 7&CCUM, Just-as-go- Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphlue nor other narcotic substance. Its nge 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. Iher Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTOR I A ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of JJ.F., France. Kimtor This is the Willie Mullins who was reported in the casualty list in July A.hJ Buy tiBERTY Bonds Willi k Mullins, My address is, Willie Mullins Co. I, 16th Inf , inriTTiinnimv tarw FROM FRAMCK. (Zt&0 In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought COMPANV. VORK CITV. Sept 5II1. War Trophy Trains to Push Liberty Bonds BOOTY TAKEN FROM HUN WILL BE EXHIBITED IN THIS DISTRICT. Dear Father: .Well, I am on a vacation, .several hundred miles, down in the Alps, and having a fine THI CCNTAUn u :. j:iivJix..i&WGXe , .-- .. . The Spanish War was to save the people from the tyranny of the Spanish government MMff wd .Cfc(Uttu- - the Fourth Federal Reserve Dtatrlct aro to have a chance In the next three or four weeks to take In their own hands and Inspect helmets which havo boon taken from German fighters, rifles captured by our Yanks and their allies on the battlefields of Europe and other war trophies which have been shipped to this country by General Pershing ind the commanders of tho rjrttlsh, French and Italian armies. Tho trophies will be aboard two Uncle Sam War Trophy Trains' which will tiyur the district stopping for two hours jit an average at four towns a day. The CentralTMerty Lo3sCom ralttec at Cleveland and tho Railroad are responsible for Administration Every time our army 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 eveiy nation, as of every man, is a plan of God. God hss been piling up riches on this continent until we are the wealthiest nation in the world. Ho has been sharpening our inventive skill and our business ability. Our training has been intensive Now God says, "America, you are come of age. All I have done for ou is to prepare you for tho 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 his utmost. The slacker is a traitor. We are sending men across the ocean, men who are physically and menially tho pick of the world, an incomparable army. But the men at home must back them up It is as much our solemn duty to put our money mto the Fourth Liberty Loan as it is the duty of the soldier to stand firm at his post in battle. be our supremo effort. This. Fourth Liberty Loan God helping us, we shall not lie "found" wanting. Lot us subscribe all we can, and a little more. America, Civilisation, Democracy Humanity expect every man to do his duty. is-t- o the trains. ' W'AW"' v'. "V'V v."N time. It is very quiet here to what I have been havintr. Where at I was it was I very noisy times, lots of shell and shrapnel, but I have been lucky so far Amgoing'"b'ack nexVweelt I stopped in Palis but Mr boys who have gone to the navy are constantly on the alert Gentry was gone. I did not see for the submarines which menace him. I will look for him when I is their army comrades on the long trips no back to tne linos, across the Atlantic. sure a wonderful city. I vUitcd One $100 Liberty Bond and one $50 lots of tho old places. Will send Liberty Bond will equip an enlisted you some of the pictures later on man In the navy (or 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 staya year. ing at a nice French hotel just at tho foot ot Mt. Rcnaid I can see the mountains in Switzerland Cards Fron Boys Will Urge Buying of Bonds and Italy. I an seo for miles around. There is snow on tho Ten million sets of post cards-f- ive mountains and down where I am In a set have been ppnt to b the War Loan Organliatlon it is very hot. The Y. M. C. A. at Washington to be distributed is doing a great work here among the boys of tho American They make everything just ns Expeditionary Forces. nice as possible, picnics, swim By this tlmo they probably have been put In the hands of the bos ming'n Lake Biurgot and visitover there and some nre probably ing all tho points of interest. on tholr way back to this country. Well I will write again as soon Each card bears a message from the boy to the home folks urging as I get back to my station. the home folks to Invest In Liberty Write soon, Bonds. Elijah L. Scott, photographs of The cards bear Headquarters Co, tanks, guns, ammunition, etc. things which the boys need and 54th Artillery (C. A C.) which tho home folks' money will Am. Ex. France. cards will bo coming 'Buy Iibcrty Bonds" . Buy liotRtY Bonos, ' Tj-- - 'jJJ'-- J ol iris o You Can't Eat Meat 100 Miles Away Preparing meat is only a part of Swift & Company's usefulness. The finest meat in the world table. Jv r i 7 wouldn't do you any good ono hundred miles away from your SHOW MK. is said that people of Mis ,ouri are very skeptical and when they hoard stories told of groat achievements thoy questioned it, if not shown. It Tho United States Government in offering the Fourth Liberty Loan has called the hand of every American. There aro very few people who have not expressed themselves as loyal. Expressions will not win this war. If predictions iu this country would havo won it would have been over tho first month that this country took any active pirt. but the best student of war conditions is still unwilling to predict the closing of of the war inside of two years . Many thinkit will be much is going to lbso, but tho Germany question that confronts us is when. The Governmeut is saying t every man with sutiiciont iimnoy to buy bonds ui d show your loy alty The soldieis iu tho trenches and going over tho top in No Man's Laud into an intorno of shot and shell, and charging through poisonous gas are saying to us "show mo." If you aro an American citizen, you are a part of this army, and every other Amorlcau citizen is watching you, and wants you to show whether you aro for our Nation or for the Tutonic Allies, so lot tho watchword for this campaigu bo "Carry On ar.d Show Mo". lonj-er- on every member of the Council of Defense to render all the service possible iu this campaign. Tho campaign will be opened in this County at the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Suturday, September 28th at 2 p 111. This raeet-iu- g will be for organizing the committees, making plans for the three weeks work. It will also bo the first day that our citizens will have a chance to voluu-teo- r their subscriptions. Every volunteer subscription that Is received tho first two days of this campaign entitles tho subscriber to a button indicating that he vol uutecred, and was not solicited to buy bonds. A good showing of volunteers will help materially in this campaigu, and we hope the pcoplo will cotno forward in a way to make it conclusive at the end of the second day that Rockcastle will buy hoi" full quota, and keep up her good re cord of doing her full shuro f war work. There is no reason why wo should not buy our quota of bonds as' wo urc sending our full quota of boys, and to back them up with our money to tho point of sacriticiug is the noblest deed that can be done by the army bade of the trenchos, and all good citizens want to stand back of tho man that stands back of tho gun. CBuy liBtRiY BonpT Ralph Stickle. With each train will be a detail of United Slates soldiers assigned by the War Department, a corps of Liberty Bond salesmen, and prominent speak era. Each train will carry three carloads of trophies and exhibits and a sleeper for the guard of soldiers, salesmen and speakers. Ono 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 Italian soldiers will bo on the trains. craft guns, There will also be antl-al- r depth bombs used In submarine hunts, are dropped on aerial bombs ruch the cities along the Rhino In retaliation for tho bombardment of Paris and the bombing of London by tho linn, captured German Hold pieces find rifles taken by our boys at Chateat Thierry and Castlgny and complet sets of the decorations awarded to the soldiers by the differ nt nations In the "iir. The Oerrnan deooratlons have boen taken from the breasts of captured Huns. Airangements are being made t aro for great crown's at the tiding! in the towns wher the trains will make stops. It was, of course, Impos slbl for the trains o reach every k callty In three weeks but they wen routed so as to come close to almost every town In the district. They wll m well worth driving or riding fort) or fifty miles to see. Listen to the "air raid alarm" siren Each train will be equipped with om of the sirens which la blown in th European cities when tho Hun Is com toe with his bombing planes. , -- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, the petition Bay Another! iqth day ofa Angust, was on filed Brother, 1918, with the clork of Rockcastle Brother, buy another bond County Court, signed by more it will help to puvo the way than twenty legal voters of vot gone beyond For the bo)s who'vo ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in Tho Atlantic to the fray. Do not falter. Do not say Rockcastle county, asking a sub You havo done enough, my brother, mission 0 the question whether Buy another bond today cattle or any specio thereof, shall And another AND ANOTHER! bo permitted to run at large in said voting preciuct. a blessed chance Is yours What It is now ordered by the court Thus to do your hurablo part Freedom that endures that a poll bo opened in said votFor the Deep In every Yankee's heart! ing precinct at tho next general OIvo this Loan n rousing start election to bo held on the 5th With your glad subscription, brother day of November, 1918, for the Every dollar Is a Dart! purpose of ascertaining tho will Buy a bond AND BUY ANOTHER! of tho voters of said voting pro William F. Kirk. cinct upon said question. Attest: S. F. Bowman, WHERE LIBERTY County Court Clork I buy. Tho back soon In large numbers. Ohio and Kentucky and West Virginia and Pennsylvania will be receiving their share of them. Via. N. Y. . Buy liberty Bonds, BOND FUNDS GO Buy Iibcwty Bonos - ONE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR BOND WILL BUY: Steel helmets for a company of Infantry, or Five hundred overseas caps, or Pay tho cost ot drafting ono hundred men. Swift & Company efficiency has made it possible to place complete lines of products fn the smallest and most remote communities. To be sure Jhe 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 is wanted by the dealers in every town. They are followed by refrigerator cars loaded with retailers' orders, which are delivered at each town fresh, clean, and sweet once or twice each week. Swift & Company operates a largo 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. . ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whoreas, a petition was on the 29th day of August, 1918. tiled with tho clork of Roclccastlo Swift '" & Company, U. S. A. County Court, signed by more "Let your dollars bo tho ships that than twenty legal voters of votwill bring the boys homo again buy ing- Precinct No. 6 (East Mt. VerLiberty Bonds!" non) in Uockcastlo County asking a submission of the question Smother the Kaiser In Liberty whether cattle, or any specio thereof, stall bo permitted to run Bonds. at Jargo in said voting Precinct. GOOD FOR MLIOUSNESS. It is now ordered by tho court "Two years ago I suffored that a poll be opened in said voting from frequent attacks of stomuch Precinct at the noxl genoral electrouble aud bi.iousuesj. Seeing tion to bo held on tho 5th day of $0J LBuYtistRTY T!uyTiberiy bond's" Bonds"! LNOS SPENCER. Pr.M..I C1US.C. IU1I1US, VtM 11. II. U.NOStY. Sccrcut -- - Tvy listRTY Bonos LUTTKR FROM FRANCE - vliuv UbirTy Bonds -- The Liberty Loau Committee lect'ived a tolegram Wednesday (tatiHg that Kockcastlo's quota lor tho Fourth Liberty Loan is $71,100 slightly over twice the Liboriy umountof tho Thiid Lo-and we most earnestly call n, August 30, 1918. Somowhero in Franco Dear Brother Will writoyoua few lines to let you know I havo got bettor I am gotting along just line now. flopo this will find you all well. You know I boon complo have (been in tho hospital since I health. FOR A WBAK STOMACH. Chambealaln's Tablets advertised The great relief nffoadod by I concluded to try them. I im. Cliainberlalu'a Tablets In a multi proved rapidly." Miss Emma tude of cases has fully proven Vorbryke, Lima, Ohio. the great value of this wopara tiou lor a weuk stoma Hid im paired digestion. In leases this relief has be turn- ent and tho November, 1918, for tho purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting Preciuct upon Commercial School A RCOULARLY 321 if. said question. Attest: . "ClTjY Train young men and women for Business or Civil Service County Court Cleric. positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of employment should write for full information at once. Ubiriy Bonds! FUTCHCITS S. F. Cowman. CUTHRIE STREET, rfrrth of Po.toffico INCORPORATED INSTITUTION LOUISVILLE, Of LEARNINa KENTUCKY fO Children Ory FOR FLETCHER S" - . tt tv . . CA8.T.O.RIA GASTOBIA, !' Onllflnen Cry FLT FLKTftEfe'i V. . - 3M ps?r-- w JiffmtfrnrvBSV' ;p i. .; wwwsfcf - T jl. "t . iCT.-!- i i u SMikMiMMnmnMMtUiraWM IiI'iii Tit ill ih Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Sopt. "TO f J7 27 1918 Women's and children's coats and suits, at DrtUMMOND'B Sxonns. Por Salk A good Mandolin, winnnf, wnnt toCommuni A 7 it on with BIQNAL up"No.j9" nearly now, cheap, Alonzq Taylor, Mt Vernon. Maiu For Rknt; Dwelling on West Street. Apply at this of-fic- o. Louisville 4 NutHviilt R. R. Co. TIME TABLK. '22 north 24 north 28 south 21 vSouth Thoro will be a box supper at tho Medical Springs school house tonight lor tho benefit of the Red (Jross. one-legge- 0.57 pm O D. Ponder, tho 8:47 am man who was sent to tho army 11:05 am from Livingston, has beon dis12:18 a m charged and returned homo. Jas. Prions No. 8. IANDKUM, Rntered at the Mt Vernon, aa ttcond'Ciua mall A g rl biby at tho homo of Wh- lie Chasteen. and a bov at tho Ky. l'otoEce home of Jim Djnloy, both of tho Langford section is reported. matter. Agent. buy There will be a Box Supoer at the Red Bud school house tonight for the benefit of the Red Cross. Jcbso DeBord is tho teachor. Pie supper at Oak Hill School, Saturday night, Oct. 5th, for the benefit of the Red Cross and Fourth Loan campaign. liberty BOMDS I'KltSONAL Gkouoia Gentry, Teacher. Band Rubbers, Swann a(Closed Hat and Krotch Union Suits are a few of tho many things you can buy at cut prices at Fish's while they last Cooper-Kenosh- Ball J. L Bullock, teacher of Gum Spring school requests us to say that there will be a pie supper at Will Thompson left first of tho his school house given by himself and tho pupils of his district, week to enter Harvard College. Kdgar Mulllns is at homo to- one week from tonight. day from. Camp Taylor for a few C. A. Davis bought ot John D. """ "days. Tlonderson," "four Mr and Mrs. Fred Aslier expect shoats, weight 105 lbs. each, to inovo into their new homo noxt for which ho paid $63 This WCl'lt. proves that it pays to have good Ivan Roberts has moved over stock. They are the Durocs. Jack Burlc's shoe shop for tho Tho causulty list from the winter. Western front for yesterday an Mrs. Will Langford spent last nounced that Private Troy Rich, week with her mctber, Mrs. leal of Boone, this county, had been severely Parrett. ' wounded. Corporal T. Proctor will ro to Boone Logan L. Price, of Junction City S. ville next week to build a manse was also severely wounded for Rev. George S. Watson. , Mrs. Charlie Spoonamore, of Mrs.. W. J. Childress and child-rc- n the Rose Hill section found the woro here from Hustonville, pocketbook lost a few days ago by J. Fish containing about $550. Sunday, visitiug home folks. T. J. Pennington and family She lost 110 tuna in bringing it will start Monday for Gushing, in and it certainly showed that Oklahoma to make their future she was an honest woman and is to be commended for this home. W. Bethurum was in deed. Judge L. Card of thanks: In behalf Louisville Monday and Tuesday attending the meetings of the of the school, tho faculty students G. O. P's. and all interested here and else Mr. aud Mrs. John Poynter are where, I wish to express to the here from Indiana visiting his people and those especially who brothers, W.M. and D.C. Poynter worked so faithfully and saved our buildings from the lire on und other relatives. formerly last Tuesday evening. Marshall Swinford, Anna Bku.b Stbwart, of Disputanta this county, was Principal Langdon Memorial. here yesterday from Hamilton, Ohio on business. Everett Mullins, son of Judge Mr. aud Mrs. C. C. Chandler, and Mrs. Cam Mullins, who has of London, and Miss Mario Brock been with the L. & N. at Coving, been of Winchester, were with relatives ton for six months has promoted aud is now checking for the week end. here Mrs. R. H. Miller will go into trains that go over the bridge Louisvillo this ufiornoou to spend to Cincinnati and getting $103 a few days. and be with Mr. Mil- per month for eight hours work. Everett is making good and is ler, who in at Camp Taylor. attending a business school at Mrs Ellen Price leaves Sunday night. for Cincinnati, where she will Mr. and Mrs. Lay ton Kirby, of spend a week with friends and Clitnsx, this county, received, u relatives. Miss Baugb, one of the High messago from tho War Depait-men- t last week stating that their School .teachers has been very sick for tho past week with son, Everett Kirby, had been killed on tho battlefield in Franco. typhoid fever. Everett was one of the first to Mrs. Margaret Wynn, of Con. leavo this county, going with way reports $2000 as the proJohn Spoed Hamilton, Victor ceeds of tho pio supper held in Price, Fred Hatcher and others her school dhtrict. and was an excellent young man. Rob McKenzio, who has been Mr. aud Mrs. C. C. Davis, Mr. working in Jeffersonville for the and Mrs. E. S. Albright, Mr. and past fow months, canto home this week and will enter C. TJ. Mrs. S. F. Bowman, Mesdames W. J. Sparks, R. A. Sparks, Danvillo, noxt week. L. W. Bethurum. Dr. M. PennMrs., 0.- - B. Southard and son, ington, V. C. Tate, Dwight BowBryau Perkins, were hero yesterday to see Mr. and Mrs. W. G. man and John Albright attended a meeting at Richmond WednesMcBco. Bryan certainly looks of Uncle day night when the quota was good dressed in one fixed for the five counties in this Sam's uniforms. district for tho drive in November Atty. and Mrs. Elmor Brock for tho $170,500,000. The quota and two sons, Elmer Jr. and assigned to this district is about Chas., spent from Friday until $42,000 and Rockcastle's share Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. E is $3496.50. This is tor tho benS. Albright, and niece, Mrs. W. efit of the Y. M. C.A., Y. W.O.A., II. Pish. Jewish Relief, Salvation Army, three-months-old CROSS TIES. Sopt. 20, I9I8, Louisville, Ky. Tho Regional Purchasing of tho United States Railroad Administration has r quosted that wc notify the citizens of this community of tho fact .that thoy stand ready to accept all cross tics and. to pay for thorn immediately upon inspection, In keeping up all Railroads is necessary in order to safely move our troops and tho supplies which are being Handled for them, which reallv makes it a patriotic duty to mako an earn, est effort to incroaso tho cross tio production. Tho specifications havo been prepared by tho Railrcad Administration who have also fixed a price for each sizo of tio and each kind of timber. Mr. O. T. O.'Bannon, of Guth-rie- , Ky., has been appointed Cross Tio Inspector for this territory. He will will purchase ties for use on all Railroads under the jurisdiction of United States Railroad Administration and many ties purchased in the south are for tho use of Northern Railroads. If any party who has timber to cut into cross ties will communicate with Mr. O'Bannon, he will bo glad to advise fully in re gard to prices, inspection, etc. DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN For diarrhoea in children one year old or older you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea' Remedy, followed by a dose of cas tor oil It should be kept at hand and given as soon as the fisrt ud natural looseness of the bowels appears. Com-mitto- o Ben 'Mullins was at Brush Crook Monday. Gteon Gabbard and family will leave for Laurel, Ind., Soptembor 25th to make their future homo. Chas. Rice, of Livingston, was in this part Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mullins were in Bornstadt Fri- WITHERS Put on your fighting AoJ- - Clothes I day and Saturday. Mrs. C. E Mulllns and daughter. Maeele. and tho writer and children were guests of Mrs. Jonos Durham, of DangoSunday. The day was spent very pleasantly as Mrs. Durham has a largo water molon patch and she did not forget to servo a plonty. Otto Brown, of Level Green, was the guest of relative! here from Thursday until Mon day. Mrs. J. H. Roberts aud Mrs. Henry Black wori guests ot Mrs. Green Gabbard Sunday. Died, Ida the four-yeold daugh ter of Mr. anci Mrs. Melvin September 2I at 4:30 p. m. Sho 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 whore nothing but eternal bliss and happiness and she is a bright and shining angel up there. Born, to the ar THE men who have gone into service vhave 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. store we're offering "fighting clothes" only ; the kind that serve you and the cause, at cut prices. Bar-ne- tt At this wife of Raleigh Mt.'-Verno- French, a girl Hart Schaffner & Marx make them ; all wool, well tailored ; thoy last longer, you buy less often. CbuyUbertyBonps1' September lgth. 'Dee Cummins, of was in this part last week and bought of Fred Mullins a nice bunch of cattle. Miss Cora Mullins, of Cruise, was with her sister, Mas. .Monday and Tuesday. Judge and Mrs. Cam Mullins were down, from Mt.. Vernon Sunday to attend the burial of little Ida "BafnettT" Bar-ne- tt Buy More Buy More War Saving Fourth Liberty Bonds Stamps The fire alarm was sounded abot 7 o'clock Tuesday evening for the first time in many months. The fire was at Langdon Memorial and it seemed that the entire population of the town was soon on the grounds everybody doing or trying to do ''his bit''. The fire had started in one of the closets from some unknown cause and was getting un. der pretty good headway when discovered. Our ever faithful bucket brigade was soon at work and the fire which 'threatened tho destruction of Langdon Memorial was soon under control. The loss of this school building would no doubt mean the loss to Mt. Vernon of this great schoot, as it would in all probabilty never be rebuilt, which many people knew and for that reason the enxiety felt by many was gre: ter than any other tire that might come. We are glad to say that although the loss will amount to something like $500, that tho repairs will soon be made and that the school work is moving right along as though nothing had happened. Fou Sale: A good Jack, two fine young studs, and a pair of six. year-olhorse mules. See me at once if interested. C. A. Davis, Ml.Vernon Notice: Tho person who borrowed or deliberately carried off my cross cut saw, will please bring it home. I need it. R. L. McFkrron. "Mr. J. R. C. Lathim, of Plato, Pulaski County, just across the Rockcastlo lino, died Tuesday after an illness of only a few days. Mr. Lathim was suffering from Intermittent fever but was not confined to this bed. A few hours before his death ho walked about the room. He suffered a severe chill and never revived Tho deceased was a splendid citizen and successful business man and farmer. Buy ., ubemy Bonds My farm of I32 acres near Ottawa, Ky. This farm is in a good state of cultivaFor Sals: 30 acres more or PINE HILL SCHOOL NOTES. tion being all in grass except less, fairly good house, good STAR ROLL what is in corn this year. The barn and smoke house, 2 running 8th Grade Pansie Lovoll. improvements consist of one good springs, one never fails, half 3rd grade -- Cleda McHargue, five room cottage, two good barns acre in garden with new paling Elnora Durham, Verna Hilton. and all necessary out buildings. fence. All under rail and wire honor roll. Vill fell. cheap as I am compelled fence. Located $ mile from court 4th grade Helen Parrett, Reto quit farming because my boys house on Hansford road. Will becca Mink, Eddie Parsons. Uro.ifl the service. sell at a bargain if sold at ones. 1st grade Ina Leo McHargue. Jas. H. Barnett. j$ A. C. Sowdhr, 3rd grade Leonard Meadows. Mt. Vernon, Ky. The busy time of tho year has Sept 4t. been very tryiog on mauy since LflsT A boy's new overcoat, they, missed to help ,in making Trench style. This coat has been For Sale: My dray horses, up molasses and saving fodder. gono since spring. A liberal Wo have a Literary Society reward Ifor its return to John wagons and good will in the dray 7-- For Sale: THE CASH STORE ! Buy tiBtRTY Bonds I D MMON P'S CASH GROCERY STORE THAT GOOD Albright or Signal office. Buy tiBtRTY Bonds . business. John Renner. . ' C Buy UBtRTV Bonds Pershing's Crusaders OPERA HOUSE Tuesday. October 1st 8 o'clock P. M. BOONE AT organized named "Busy Bee." A program is rendered each Friday afternoon. There will bo a pie supper given ut the school house Monday evening Sept. 3o. The proceeds goes for tho expense of tho "Big Liberty Loan Campaign." Every body invited to attend. Onio E Silvers, Flora L. Pitman, Teachers. GUM SULPHUR SCHOOL Pilgrim Coffee Just Received Fresh Shipment 141c lb at . c WAY HONOtt ROLL. I am sending my honor roll for the 3rd month which is not so good as the others. We aro going to have a pie supper at our school house at Gum Sulphur on Friday night October 4th, for the benefit of the Red Cross. Drummond's LI VI NGSTON j:j:j Honor Roltj for third month. Grade I Homer Blauton. Grado II Evelyn Mink. Grade III Bergm Bordos. 'Grade IV Oscar Masters, May Brooks. Grade VI Duffie Masters. Vic tor Bordos, Andrew King, Elber-t- a King, Ernest Robbins, Mattio Pearl Robbins, Jennings Bordes Grade VIII Carrie Brooks. THE United States Government has it possible for the great American eye-witness UCISTIII1EI IS NEEDED BY U.S. aoVBRKMCNT WANTED Any Quantity Black or Yellow LOCUST public to bo an to the past activities of the Army and Navy both "over hero and "over there." Through the medium of tho motion picture, you are enabled to see in tho making the momeutous force which is to end the greatest war of tho ages. These official pictures will give tho people of America their first opportunity of seeing our boys in action in France; to understand just what these mouths of preparation have brought about in combatting our common enemy; to the worker in the munition factory, tho toiler in tho field, In fact, every man, woman aud child who is doing his or her part, to visualize tho results of their labor to the present time. Thoy will show those who subscribed to tho Liberty Loais, Red Caoss. Knights of Columbus, Y.M.O.A., Salvation Array and othor campaigns just what their money has accomplished. ou-ab- le ameter and up, from 4 feet lu length up, sound und reasonably straight. I Ugliest cash price paid. WrUe,phonQrcftlliD(l F. G. HURT. Crab Orchard, Ky. Put on yards at vour nearest It.R. Station. Must be 6 Inches In di- THESE PICTURES ARE FOR YOU To farmers in Central and South-or- n Kentucky at a low rate of interest. Easy and attractive payments with the privilego of paying off all or any part of loan at any time. Wo will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If you are in dobt or need tnonov to retire your loin notes wo would be glad to explain. LONG TIME LOANS Every American will be intensely interested in tcoing the baking ol mountains of bread for the army, the nuking of million of uniform!, the manufacture of tons ot guns, the Uuuchlug of thousands of ablpi into the sea. You will thrill with a vital pride at eltfhtof OL'tl Navy and OUR Army in action our own crusaders standing In legions on to victory. You will BOO We, as teachers of the Union .Buy tiBtRTY Bonds: Ridge School, wish to announco that there will be a pio supper given at tho school house on Wednesday night Oct. 2. Everybody corao and tako some part, as it is for your bcnoGt as well as ours. Tho proceeds will go for tho benefit of tho war campaign in this county. S. E. Chandler, UNDERTAKER and EMBALME Ida Hamlin. Teachers. J, C. MeCLARY STANFORD, KY. property bought of T.J. Penning' ton and open in Library Association, Community LOCAL Servico Work and Knights of DISTRICT' MANAGER Columbus, all of which seven orLadies' and children's hah, ganizations will work together in Farm Loan Department Union at DRummond's. Central Life Insurance Co raising. U. G. Baker is Chair 802 Security Trust Bldg., Lexing-toH. Brown has moved to bis man for Rockcastlo. W. Burt L. Sims the first line trenches in France, tho first batch of German prisoners caught by the Yankees the hundreds of important and Interesting details of modern warfare. You may seo YOUR boy, or your neighbor's boy, or your friend, behind the lines at work or play or marching down the streets of a litt'.e French town. Our Boys "Over Here" and "Over There" PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of DEBTS COLLECTED Don't miss this opportunity of seeing this the greatest Greatest lmporlnnco. If your eyes aro bhowlng any defects now Is tho timo to bee n, Kentucky hashis stock of goods Boys' suits and shoes, at DUUWMOND'S STOKUS. BUYUBtBTYBONDf tho Petinlngton store room. .dinar en CAJtXOLRXA; FOR FLETCHER'S Of? AUSPICES TUBIDAY, OCTOBER 1st Admlnlon 23c and 35c It E D U It SS 0 of all War pictures AccounU, Notes Claim of all kinds collected uu) where in the world. No charts unless wecolleot. Reference: Farmers National Hank. Write us. Nay's Collection Agency, Sornenet, Ky. Office: Room 7 Masonic IUdtf. DR. MOORE, Cox Uulldinir, The Optidin Mt. Vernon. Ky. CASTORIA For Infants and Children Oliildren Ovy FOR FlEiCHtftl In Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature of W$J w a? w ".. uk: J Liberty loan Mother Goose CARE OF HOGS tit .tititnttttititiitiitifiiifitiiiiiiiiiititiiil 'J' -- . 1 f q very beneficial mont basin. and a confort to the ntii mil, Jbut it;::1! ., ....--- - n.'tiii IlISIIIXII'' lII7ITirill!ii but ah classes of hog wallows (iZZi'.IIIIilSIIIIII l . & N. Selection No. 25 should be strictly eliminated. A a Individual farro.ving houses oa Iir tlioen.ro of .yc.ur breeding nro recognized ns profor ble, .a mws remember that they nro iu bit K'lcUion of no." a tho farrowiug no..-- . 'ended for doublo duty, ttutl that a ipnrkrfl should lie, if possible, ae. O they, therefore, requiro different left to tho sow, and if there nro tie.'- - Mi a , liiiiuilitig ami moru care llimi a ItlTaiUMI Ill a number of sultublo places, ft is a your stock hogs. In the South" best for the a to let her farmer a Well as Consumer rod u c er a.- - Be . a two litters por year aro gotten, h vo a her choico in this a9 "fight-tntr- Oa." a .prm Idcd jjropor care is given. a ugaiiiht her wishes at this a RAISE LIVH STOCK nnjl POULTRY and GUAIN antl VKGETAIJLES Economically, this moans that a timo may bring serious compli- ( a 'iho nil vantages of tho South on- - cations at farrowing , MONiOY AND DEPOSIT WITH MAKE timo. If a ablu'you to double your output you have made friends a with hor ( In hogs A pregnant sow bhould during the carrying period, yon ae.-- .. . oa be kept in good rush and thrifty, 9 will be much better able to ban a oo.. healthy condition. Not too fat die hor a at furrowing timo, so a Money in the pocket bnrus, ) Put it SAVE A PAKT OK ALL yoii'earn. nor too lean, but in good, strong ilmt it help is necessary a a' a Open tip ;i chucking iiccomit with us, ) Your cancetlud CO.." in tho Peoples Unnk. flish. Smile farmers have the you will bo able to.give a chuclvH ruttirncd will show where your money has gone, and thoy will spur you idea tbnt unless tho animal K tier that help a wi'hont antagon on to save for tho bettor tilings of life. lipt in u thin condition, the ro izing her. If she is cross and an OO.... a .a a..productive organs will become a tionistic when you come nrniind & ON SAVSNG ACCOUIN'TS WE PAY f.itty This is not the ease, and h "r. then it is bettor to leave hen a.KB if persisted in will give .you a aa alone, otherwise she may (urn r A UI. In1 ijojiltti, . II he last, a weal: constituted, jworly nour lo.ni jump over th hts-and eit her own pigs. Make tin oa ihed litter of pigs. On the oilier The farrowing pen should- - bo a sow excessively fat will :.:;i::: i . i ::: : . What Liberty Bonds Are hand, u difficulty How Aianv Sailers omfortably large, so that she have at farrowing Wll You Outfit? What nrc Liberty Honils? Liberty time, which, in uu.ny cases bring will hive ample room to turn MM'tSIIKHItllliaitllMIKCIIIIMM'iHM.HIIIMtltatllllSllaBtllllitl.lll'lHII and ndjust horself.'and it is pre of the United death. Bonds nro promise U&c common sense, and MiirIp one Slates aoverninent to pay money nt a To Ftitiplr n s.illrr ullh ferable to have fenders around hung iu the toof of the pen to pasture. The latter are hone and ous classes of farm animals, remember that thoiow is carry, ofVarli of Hip fvrr.il nrllclrr. of fiilnre ilate with Interest; for example, tho bottom to prevent her laying provide warmth nnd growth builders, and, though tlu'y may know appioxi-aTlilril Liberty 4U bond la n ing u litter of pigs that teqiiiro clothing lit N nbujiPil to hivp rosts a ?r0 o prof to u the bearer $50 on Supt nourishment of it certain cliur.io ou tho pigs. It should bo on Tho sow should not bo forced stated with referenco to tho mutely when tha mother will ?6S."0. This brll'jM hla out le ontllt to to, 102?, v.ltli Intercut In the meant m tirely Tree of dust and otherd and the sow, tho httlo rigs livei her o'.Tspring. Kvory not far f 101:1 the pi co of our M ! ' !', ,1. p., -' 12 jit year or $1 0 ter. It is well recoguizid that wise clean, and should have to go out and hunt her feed while crty loi:.t. grow up having continu or, whether ho be an actual the littor aro still small, but Mnivli IB aatl Ltepicmbcr It protein foods tire good muscle only a very little amount of lit should be cared for at least two ous access to green pastures ..11 . . breeder of livestock or not.should and bono builders, and that thoy, ter ou tho floor. weeks before dio is permitted to If these directions are carried know the exact tinro that the t, as well as other succulent feeds, Aftor farrowing," tho sow do much ranging around for feed. the farmer will have no difli- - spring is to come so that ho will arc tho most nourishing to both should have nothing to eat for Sufficient fjreoti feeds can be cut culty in producing a two hun- bo prepared to give tho necessary tho mother and the tiics that twenty four hours (but should and brought to hor. As soon dred pound hog in six mouths. care and attention at that time. she is carrying. Fattening feeds have warm drinking water,) un- as the litters shows signs of When he can make his hogs For the convenience of the such as corn and velvet beans, less she appears to be hungry, strength, which can bo judged average two hundred pounds in farmer, we have complied in tab. should be fed in small amounts in which case a light, warm slop ular form a gestation calendar, rather than excessively. Grain of some ground gra.n and water by their playfulness and desire six months ho can consider Jmjand a gM'Ing the periods for the various to run around, both tho pastures, which the Jisouth abun- .should be tell us the only time given her. Tho feed- - the litter can then bo permitted Select i'n No 26 is devoted to classes of farm animals. This dantly provides, should bo ac iiyj.fqr tho first three or .four to go out on pasture. However, the euro necessary in the hand table is so arranged that by Bill-eessablulothe brtcdhiff stock iit days should bo light and careor Hindenburg whistles is when iu no case should it bo made nec- ling of growing pigs to maturing knowing tho date of service you all times, and the more legumes fully given, and should not be essary for the sow to lead hor they are nervous. time. can read direct the exact date ure used for pastures tho better back on full feed for a week or litter through the wet grass and Frki:: Further information when the offspring should be deis the pasture. A small amount ten days, depending on the size wet pasture. It is not good for regarding any phase of hosr rais livered. , ff have started them of corn or other fattening feeds, own and thrift ot the litter of pigs. the little pigs tq have to run ing can bo had by writing to G. It will be convenient for you feJ aaily in conjunction with It is u common mistake that around soaking act. As soon as A. Parks, General Immigration to tack this table up on some of green pastures, will Jortn a well- back them by whistling. sows ure fed an abundance ol the little pigs show disposition to Industrial Agent Agricultural your barn buildings so as to balanced ration. A carefully ob milk immediately after farrow- root nnd nibble, it isadvisablo to Department, 'Limisvillu & Nash-visubscribing to the you to keep track of .your servant farmer will, in a very ing. Do not do this. It the give' them a little ground grain, o Railroad, Louisville, Ky. breeding operations. short time, be able to determine This table can bo had upon better for himself than be can be sow has been carefully cared for preferably in slop This should P. S. Many farmers do not know the request to Mr. G. A. Park, adtold just the proper proportions aud well, uatnro will produce be contiuuvd'us the pigs grow up sufficient "in. Ik for tho pics. in conjunction with the green exact gestation period of the vari dress as above. in Iceuing Ins breeding sows Do net permit leakage or rain As long as tho animals indicate a playful, alert disposition and you to beat its way into the pe n. uotice them sitting around on Keep mot :eW nnd pig dry and LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITH their haunches in a dreamy atti- clean. Do noj permit cold chills tude, and they corte alertly when Very young 'pigs aro suscepli THE called for feed, you may bo rfiire ble to cold chills unci wiil'die iu n they ure in a thrifty condition. very. short time Do not allow During the latter period of preg- them to chill. If the weather is nancy, especially if the sow is of unusually cold, a lantern can bo the perfect fit of your suit; a' rather, heavy type, and more the ciuiility "feel" of the cloth and its individual especially if she has been overled, design when ordered front she will become indolent. In such case care thould be given to proper exercise. This can be done by sc ttering grain among straw 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 nnd eritig place can bo at the further end of the field from the feeding, overcoatings fabrics that will delight tlie young man of fashI V m psf so that she is forced to tnako ion and make tho business ninn look the part," Tailored to tripj a day to secure water. your intimate itches with tin skill that, makes no mistakes, In use Jorover40 years! Other means will suggest thorn jhMM fWTT Til Prices extremely low. Thousands of voluntary of Rockcastle the selves to tho thinking farmer. letters from women, tellIt is best to keep your brood ing of lite good Cardul of Revenue and Taxa-tion'- as saws seperated, .both iu quarters Under the lias done them. This is and iu the ileitis, from tho rest of the best proof of the value passed by the General Assembly, its tho hogs. Neither should they of Cardul. It proves that be permitted to roam around the Cardul is a good medicine session for the year it is the duty of all barnyard in proximity with for women. horses, cattle and- other stock. There are no harmful or persons to 'appear before the County Injury from, such has caused habit forming drugs in e.ther tho loss of tho mother or IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A Cardul. It is composed Commissioner and list their property. I, or tho coming do.id of tho tho pigs x only of mild, medicinal at breeding time. In hog raisIngredients, with no bad one of my deputies 'will from the first day ing you are running, in princL pie, h department factory, in of July, J 9 8, until the day of October, which ea'cih class of stock reor TAKE quires different handling; keop Sunset "Magazine 19 J 8, be Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw my office over the store of U. tliis in mind. Your sows, heavy increases its rates to 20c with pig, cannot find their way per copy on news stands Mill, Thresher, and $2 00 per yearly subBaker, from 8 a. to 5 p. to receive your to tho trough iu mixture with scription, beginning with hogs, stags and gilts uo more Engit e, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Uimler, Silo September Issue, iqiS. list, and any one failing to appear and list their than- can the young pigs. The Woman's Tonic or.Outter, Manure Spreader, Lime Spreader, Hay care and kindliness A LAST CHANCE Ihiilor, Fertilizer. Pipeloss Furnace; Hack, Tractor, property, will be reported, and upon their fail- aro the watchwords of tho sucYou can rely on Cardul. to subscribe to SUNSE1' I will guarantee delivery wilhin one day. cessful hog ruiser. Keep Surely it will do for you Magazine at the old price what it has done for so ure to list their property they are subject to a As the sow approaches farrowin stock and can furnish you with repairs at them of $1.50 per yeur and many thousands of other ing time, constipation should bo receive a once for anything 1 soil you. womenl It should help. fine of not exceeding the of fifty dollars. strictly 'avoided. Houso slops, "1 was Liken tick, Large Liberty War Nap 0! the seemed to be . . . ," skim or sour milk, plenty of GALL ME AT LONDON, KY., OH SEE Weitein Battle Front, FREE writesMrsi Alary E.Veste, greon feed and, if necessary, a C. This remarkablo olTor is open . S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. of Madison Heights, Va. little ojl meal or flaxseed meal til all whose subscriptions will "I got down so weak, up to bo received at this o'llou Commissioner of Rockcastle can bo introduced into tho ra could hardly walk . . . ,. August 16th, 1018. liiiitttiiii ill - Food will Win the Iff DON'T WASTE IT II ! a RAISE IT M P As " ' t 0" CO.-.-Q- ..a PEOPLES BANK INTEREST .a ..a '.r ..a - .a PEOPLES BANK a MT.VERNON, KV. Buy War Saving Stamps and Liberty Bonds . . 't s do-bo- ar t ! .....-- ::::::;::;.:: ...;::: :::::::. 11 .1 I '. farm-shoul- V- . ) off-ou- From "Over There" They "Kaiser him"-Ssi- lt Micce-S'sfu- J r;iJ--o- r. "Our Yanks Let's up t en-ab- lo l Fourth Liberty Loan Bank of Mt. Vernon You Wilt Be with Pleased iitiiiiii To Taxpayers Acts County: -- ov-er- For Weak Women United States Tailoring Co. liM . i Bnilr tmWs at Mir'1 " Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead -- J9J8, - Tax -- after-effec- ts. 31st MAP FREE! WAR WAGON, M.OWER Corn Mill, Pump, RAKE; CORN WHEAT DRILL at G. m. m., GAIIPUI 2 - e. sum T. SIGMON, Tax County, Kentucky. tion. DR. WALTER Dentist m&S&rJ$) Olllet Over U. G. Baker' ators MT. V B H N O N, 'KKNTUCKV $axx3xi Children Ory k-- CA3TORIA CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR mistake is to permit tho sow to travel over rotigh ground in search of her food, such as. for instance, the climl SI ing over of sweet potato ridges, L. W. BETHURUJA It Is almost certain that a sow ATTORNEY AT LAW forced to do this, at least when MT VHUNON, KY. Will practice In all tho courts. heuvy with pigs, will have diffi-Jffice ou Church Street cultv , at delivory time and in (DObcc&c&: most tall cases pigs will come to be dead. Another thing r avoided Is tho climbing into mid out ot slippery mud hole, ShalFOR FLETCHER'S low water on good, clean, sandy ground, or, better still, in u ce- A common , ji K 2 just staggered around. I read of Cardul, and after taking one bottaking quite tle, all, I felt much better. I. took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it In the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It Is the best tonic 1 ever saw." Try Cardul. ... Subserlbo befoie tills duto and gave the prieo of TWO THRIFT STAMPS Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and All Kinds T. G. MOREN of Farm Implements. "Kill two birds with one stone" Help the Government and Yourself. LONDON, KY. SUNSET MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA c.c. wuitams $ ft ATTOUNKV-A- LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS HHtVEftSiTY; LAW MT VEKNON,KY T v All Druggists fcmiia9n iaAWvvvVTg k 70R FtETCHEffS l.w Dry ' OFWCB. Onacd.aoorofjJ Bank ot Mt. Vernon, onf Church St. Special atten u tion Kivou collections. 1'no.nb so v mm .j, lOkP riXu' hctUSuMMUTOvLSIukeuUkii Bintaui, Short Hut, Tipo WrlUng uid Ttlgrchi . , ThU oli hnt (nluttal rlSgh, Cm4 1 Jf.jU' &MffJf.a&i?r .'Sferf tkU. 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