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VERNON, I vH PflPPI sjssn on e 1 Signal 5 4. 1918 1"tSi 0 ESTABLISHED 1887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY, OCTOBER NUMBER 2 Announcement WOMAN'S Mil ETO COME OUT OF HIDING CUE oiik IUMIIK nnvns I-.-,- I n c. ,... nuUK Jf UKI3I3 TLl c.ccox f " - it AND FAU SALES Shoes Furnishings Ladies' Suits, Coats. Dry Good and & ALWAYS RESPONDS. tt1it!frrniii.ri na nn ' m i ti iCiii mi By Most Any Woman. In my youthful days money used to get pretty .tight occasionally. My father and his partner were trying to do some big things and every once in a while gency sometimes. Things would be Just about ready to go over the top when there would be a demand for more cold dollars. And they didn't have them. At such times mother used to notice the gathering of worried frowns. "What's the matttrr she asked, without much need. She usually knew. "Oh, we've got a chance to put something through. But our money Is all tied up," father would answer and a hopeful sound would creep into his voice. Then mother would go to some hiding place of her own and bring forth a roll. "Here's the money you gave me two months ago for a fur coat. Wbuld that helpT" Would it help? It saved the day many a time. Uncle Sam is in Just that fix now. He has plenty of resources. But there is a big crisis on and he needs the cash to go over the top. There is a tremendous thing at stake, so tremendous that it is a little bit hard to talk about it. But we all know Just what it means to us, to the women, perhaps, most of all. And thousands of women are coming forward Just as mother used to do, bringing the roll they bad tucked away somewhere. "Here's my money. Will it help?" they are asking. Will it help? It may. be that this tremendous day when the whole fate of the world hangs in the balance will be saved by the proffered dollars of the women of America. Won't every one of the ten million of us bring out our little roli. end say, "Here, Sam, 111 lend you mutef good-as-gol- d xiazi cart, n waB ft rea emer Men's and Boys' Suits 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. Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy ?. i XXThni m wwn mm ii reaif neat aicer tiiar. cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging a radiator. Ai.'n ""ummwm J. 10 A get next . . 10 . CjSX CTV- -. ifr T Mifyn TUftl fllTi if " TV'" fuel wasting heating plants. -- nnra Rfal thft rinnm rvr vfroTrorroi-if KrrllfrfT 7 tJSisWsftS'' ' C If you want a per- heated home and greatly reduced icl bills you will invest in Cole's Original ti Hot Blast Heater BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. f Our Men's and Boys' Clothing Department is especially attractive this season. Call and let us ssrssshow you . sJSPCTi V Z TiJKr". xCl. jyt 4SK I SB. '.' SjrL. s.- ' USES ANY FUEL CrVVT'lIa IBM lBBBJurlll,yT-r- i - It will save the nation millions In fuel money this winter. Act now. OCTOBER 12 BE Wlttl DAY LIBERTY SUTTON &McBEE HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING TO WEAR, DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS girls, striking old men dead, burning French and Belgian churches, firing on Red Cross hos pitals, poisoning drinKing wells, gasing orphan asylums, driving hungry and suffering millions into exile, and more After thinking of all this, go buy Bonds. We believe if we could see the bottomless pit of hades and look under neath we would see this trade mark : Made in Germany. J B. Donnelly (the Irish operator), left today (Tuesday) for Lexington and Georgetown for a week's rest. Mrs O.R.Foley and children, of Paris, Ky., who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs James McGuire, have returned home-M- rs. G. V. Caloway and daughter are visiting relatives at Berea this week. Mrs Bettie Warren and daughter, of Pittsburg, Ky,, were visiting her sister, Mrs. G. S. Griffin lafter part of last week. The Liberty Loan special passed through here Tuesday, but was not scheduled to stop. Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Griffin, who lived near Mt. Vernou, are moving to our town. Miss Eva Waddle is school at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Urban Chuning and daughter, Miss Ruth, have returned from Nashville, Tenn., after a few days visit with relatives. Claud Griffin will move his family in the near future to our town. John Clark, who has been gone from our town for quite a while has returned. . COLUMBUS' MEMORY TO BE CALLED IN LIBERTY LOAN RALLIES. RE- LIVINGSTON W.lf Fallas has moved his family to Lebanon Junction. He has purchased property there and will make that city his future home. Judge L.W Bethurum, of Mt Vernon, was here Tuesday on business D K. Argenbright was in Mt. Vernon latter part of last week. Wade Graves has pur. chased property near our town and has recently moved to it. JudgeG.M.Ballard.of Mt Vernon, was in our town Monday. -- Miss Marie Blanford, of Louisville, is visiting her cousin, Miss Ella Mae Blanford, of this place. Ed Asher, who has been tailing in health for sometime, left Sunday for Colorado Springs. Mrs. Thomas Farley remains very feeble and not much hope for her buy TH LIBERTY BONDS discovery of America with a nationwide rally for the promotion of the Liberty Loan the means of saving America today. The Treasury Department and the United States Bureau of Education are In this plan and suggestions are being mailed by the Educational Department to all of the schools of the country, giving programs for an appropriate Harvest Home Festival to be held on that day. L. B. Franklin, director of the National War Loan organization. In a letter to Governor Fancher of the Fourth District Federal Reserve Bank says in regard to this: "The two central ideas the discovery of our country and the Harvest Home Festival are so simple and yet so significant that every community will be able to adapt them to local conditions and express them ef- Liberty Day this year. The United States government is asking the country to observe the anniversary of the Columbus Day, October 12th, will be L. Mattingly, of Covington, has returned home after a few davs visit with relatives. Mrs. W. B. Rice and children have returned recovery. Misses Hazel and Ava from a few days visit with relaGriffin have returned from a tives at East Bernstadt. Well, weeks visit with relatives at Lon- the Fourth Liberty Loan is on eon We have learned; that O. D. now, aud now is the time to get Ponder has returned home He busy. The Bulgarians surren- was drafted into the service of U. S , but was later sent home. James Jones has purchased a house and lot on the Livingston heights and now is repairiug the property and will occupy it in a few days. A little child of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Cottongim's is very sick Mrs. B. H. Griffin has returned from Cincinnati Mrs. K. dered and Turkey about gobbled her last. So we see things are going to happen new. A few more hard fights and a few more million dollars and the boys will be in Berlin. If you are undecided about the bonds, only think of the sinking of the Lusitania, dashing helpless children's brains out against rocks, violating young fectively." "There is a logical unity between both of these ideas and the Liberty Loan," he said further. "When the people of a community recount the fruits of their summer's labor they will naturally ask themselves what share of them they ought to invest in Liberty Bonds. When they come to realize what the discovery of America has meant to them personally, what it has meant for the cause of freedom and democracy, what it will mean for the salvation of the world In the present world tragedy, when they begin to feel all this, they must of necessity say, this is worth investing in, worth fighting for, worth making any sacrifice for. ng "The Harvest Home Festival is our earliest form of American celebration before cities were built, and it woulc be a distinct gain to carry the ide; over into city life. The characteristic harvest of the city is not fruit oi grain, but the products of social life like commerce, arts, music, archltec rure. City and country communltler will, of course, celebrate the day aftei its own fashion, but the Harvest Home idea applies equally to both. What; Lend the Way They Fight. Buy Liberty Bonds To Yo u r U tm est. tack of 'bronchial trouble which LBuy Liberty Bonds usually assails me in the spring I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only thing that gives Eld. L. N. Bowling closed a me relief. After using it for a verv successful revival at Little few days all signs of bronchial Hickman, near Nicholsville, Sun. trouble disappears." wars, ever a community's particular type oi product may be, on Liberty Day lu aim should be to reap a harvest of del Buy Liberty Bqnds lars for democracy.' ?n this day we meet not as city or country people, but BRONCHIAL TROUBLE. as citisens, all united for the single Mrs. A. E Sidenberger, Rock-fiel- purpose of serving the Nation by devoting lnd., states: "For an at. needs." a part of oar products to its d, BR OD H EAD vj cvcuiug. ijowung ; joined him there Saturday and days with her daughter, Mrs. i Adams in the Hiatt section. She both returned home Monday. Fred Sdwder here, last week. i has many friends here. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Smith, of Mrs D. B. Southard, and son, Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry and Miss Richmond, were here last week BryaQ Perkins, of Stanford, were Maro Adams, of Crab Orchard, were here a short time Tuesday. with their daughter, Miss Cath-ery- n here last weeK the guests of Mr. They brought Mrs. Smith Adams Smith, who is teaching and Mrs. M. H. Barnes. Mr. and home. She had been spending here. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mrs. E. A. Strange have moved a few weeks with her daughter there. Miss Catherine Smith are rejoicing over the ar- to the Cable heirs property. spent Saturday and Sunday with rival of their first born, a fine Mrs. Larkin Hicks returned from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac baby boy. Mrs. Albright Is a two weeks visit with relatives Smith at Richmond. She was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. at Lancaster. Her sister, Miss accompanied by Miss Henrietta H. la Tharp at Junction City, Ray, accompanied her and will Forcee, who is teaching in the and Mr. Albright is still at Ash-ville- , remain here several days Wil- graded school here. A pie supper at the graded N. C. for his health Mr liam Brummett, a veteran of the tonight, proceedsschool building to go to the and Mrs. J. E Wallin, of Dan- civil war and a good man died at Red Cross. Every body is inville, were recent visitors to our his home here Wednesday after- vited to take part Judge J. M. town. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mas- noon at five o'clock and his re- Robsion, of Barbou rville, and ters, Bob Teater and Tom En- mains were buried at the Negro-Cree- other good speakers will address the audience Don't forget to glish, motored over from Nichol-asvill- e burying ground Thursday. (come. Miss Hallie Snoddy, who one day last week and He leaves a widow and a host el is teaching here, was in Cincinspent the day with Eld. and relatives. Oliver Meredith was nati Saturday and Sunday to see Mrs. L. N. Bowling. Mr. Bowl- with his brother, James Meredith her brother. Mr. and Mrs. C C. ing, who was holding a meeting several days last week. The Weldon, of Hutcheson, Kas . are D. R. with their neat their home, accompanied Rally day exercises at the Baptist Albright, daughter, Mrs. this week. It had been them on the round trip. Mr. church last Sunday was greatly eighteen years since Mrs Aand Mrs. Walter Robins are now enjoyed by the big audience pres- lbright had seen her parents and occupying the property recently ent. The program was arranged we can imagine the meeting was by Miss Maude Bishop and a joyous one. Mr. Weldon was bought from Eld. J. W. Masters sisted of songs, recitations con a railroader for a and number of years' on Silver Street. Aunt Katie etc. and every body did their ard enjoys telling of his experiOwens, mother of our J M. part well in carrying out this ence during the time. Mrs. J S. Owens, died at her home In the well planned program. Mrs. J. Duke, Mrs. S J. Tatum and Spiro section last week, after a B. Tyree, better known to her Mrs. L. L. Sanders, of Crab OrBrodhead friends as Elite chard, were here Wednesday few weeks illness incident to old Adams, of Black Joe, aunt Ky., was shopping. R. L. Smith, Miss age. Burial took place in the in town Tuesday on her way to Rissie Smih and Mrs. A. C. family bury'ng grouno. She was visit her daughter, Mrs. Loyal Hiatt were in Somerset Tuesday. a good woman and wiil be greatly missed by all who knew her J. DQIS5H B. Frith, known to his friends here as Gov. who was badly in jured in falling from a moving train last week on which he was X braking, is getting along as well as can be expected, and his physicians feel he will be able to be moved home by the first of the i week. He suffered a broken arm and crushed knee and will be Prices are. advancing. Oar stock is complete laid up many months on account and our prices low. of it Mrs. R. S. Martin was thrown from a pony buggy last Make the quarters saved fight week and hurt considerably, but by buying War Saving Stamps is getting along nicely at present. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Barnes have a full line of Sweater Coats. were with her mother, Mrs. Josiah Skating Sets, Mnllins at Crab Orchard a few days last week. Miss Ethel Underwear, Gloves and Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Over - Shoes. Buy now when Robert Payne, of this place, and Wesley Clark, of Louisville, were our stock is exhausted your oppormarried at the residence of the tunity to save is gone. Rev. A. J. Pike the officiating minister Thursday of last week. They left on the af terrfoon train for Louisville where they will make their home.- - Mrs. J. H. Ward, of Lebanon, spent several r I tVTITXI i i Al-baig- I ht k TETtTy 0 It's Patriotic TO BUY EARLY 8 We Outing Caps,Toques, Hosiery, - g5HDCi JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD -. kxjSLI mtttM, i!M"0mtm From this must be first paid the cost of making fie Federal A'd Survey in your coun1 KIDAY. Cct. 4, 1918 ty. The remainder can be ap every Friday by plied to paying the state's share Published of the eost of State Aid Hoad EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. woi k provided the county has $I.O complied with the requirement- S OBSCEIPTION ONE YEAR of .State Maintenance Law- ei Advertising rates maue known on acted at the last session of tl. amplication 00 for igl8 -- MtVernon Signal SPANISH FLU. The following simple rules BACK THE FIGHTING MEN WITH THE. FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. should be observed while influ enza is an epidemic in the coun try: 1. All colds, however slight. should be treated as possible attacks of influenza. Patients affected by colds should stay at home and sterilize discharges from the nose and throat. Avoid feeling or spreading 2. of the disease. fear Avoid crowds. 3. Regulate bodily functions 4. and keep them so. Avoid the bre th or ex 5 pelled secretions from people suffering from colds. out the nose and 6. Wash throat two or three times daily by a nasal spray or douche and by a gargle with a "normal salt so ution" (4 teaspoonful salt to one glass (8 ounces) clean water). 7. All those in attendance on patients with influenzi should wear masks such as are provided bv the Red Cross Cursing Bu reau Clothing should be warm 8 and dry. Fcod simple land easily digested Drink water freely MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Legislature. Yours truly. R.Wiley, Commissioner Public Road Graded School Notes MAQOJ' Some people think they are "it," but Jit is usually the case these big "its" are biggest in their own estimation They are disgusting and you big "it" don't lose sight of the fact that the people kuow ju.t where to place you The following report of the Mt Vernon Graded School record i the work of the first month of oui With an enro first term. of 40 in High Schol mnt and an attendance well above the 300 mark, we feel that we can state with assurance that this will be one of the best years in the annuls of our schoo' The number, given below, whr have attained the honor roll thi month Is ample proof of the earn estuess and enthusiasm witl ieroaaean't it U Her Friends which the student body ha en "I don't need Peruna any more. I am all well. I have taken six tered upon the work of the year bottles. I wels;hed ninety pounds before I started with Peruna. I Anna May Primer grade was just as poor and so weakly. I had Riven up hopes of ever Cooper, Hubert Taylor. g, weiit such a coach and and could not eat anything. 1st grade Geneva Hansel, Mat Now since taking Peruna I weigh ne hundred and thirty-liv- e rie Price, Robt. Hayse, Willu poanda. All my friends said I would never met well. I was Just Mullins, Edna Dailey. a shadow. I have surely recommended your Peruna to many of 2nd grade Willie Reyrolds, ray friends, and they are using It I wi recommend feruaa, ter I Edgar Moore Williams, Nn am so thankful for what it nas done far me." Jean Mullins, Ada Sowder, Nellu Sold Everywhere Cromer Earl Cromer. 3rd grade Mable C. Hansel. up. I am still working in the Pearl Hamlin. :ame Pavillion at nights but it is 4th grade Monroe Dowell, full of pneumonia patients now Sunshine McClure, Marguerite and I have six Hospital Corps-meMerrick, Fanny McFerron. Nina under me. They are just Cox. from the school and I have to 5th grade Edna Proctor, Kath-ery- sbow them everything. The Welch. nurses are new also, so must 6th grade Nellie Cox, Ella everything deperds on me. You Mae Sowder, Lula Pennix. should see, me in charge of a 7th grade Marguerite Bryant, Pavillion. You would hardly Robert Cummins, Geneva Cox. know me. This pneumonia is 8th grade Mary Elizabeth tenible. We have had a few of Lawrence, Lillian Griffin, Ina the boys to die on us. One died Meadows. today from Stanford, Ky. His STAR ROLL 4TH GRADE. name was lieed. I hope it won't Fanny McFerron. last long. How are all the folks ? HIGH SCHOOL. I guess you are all wonting Rosa Gentry, Bertha DeBord. hard aren't you? How is little -- v. Buy Liberty Bonos old Emma? I certainly think the! world of her. I wrote Dr. Pennington a few days go. Did he Takes Part In Liberty Loan get it ? 1 must close now. Ans peal soon, Campaign Your Sailor boy, The fact that the citizens of O. L Mt Vernon are alive to the issues Buy Liberty Bonds of the times was evidenced last CATARRH CANNOT BE night by the large, enthusiastic CURED and appreciative audience present with Local Applications, as they at the auction sale held at the cannot reach the seat of the dis chool. house for the purpose of ease. Catarrh is a local disease, helping finance the Fourth Liberty greillv influenced by constitutLoan campaign. The following ional conditions, and in order program was rendered by the to cure it you must take an inpupils: ternal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Star Spangled Banner, Audience Medicine is taken intert.alln and ' School We're Out to Win, acts thru the blood on the mu Flag Drill, Miss Ruth Mullins' cous surfaces of the system. Room Hall's Catarrh Medicine was Over There (a parody) School prescribed by one of the best The Home Road, Special Chorus physicians in this country for Pack Up Your Troubles ( It is composed of some 1 Parodies j ears. Old Black Joe of tie best tonics known, com( There s Long, Long bined with some of the best Trail The School Band plaved sev blood purifiers. The perfect eral selections which were well combination of the ingredients rendered and highly appreciated in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is With the kind and efficient as what produces such wonderful sistance of Mr Ed Smith, auction results in catarrhal conditions. eer, and Messrs Albright. Cooper Send for testimonials, free. and Richards, as clerks, about F. J CHENEY, & CO., Props , $45 00 was realized from the sale Toledo, Ohio. of perishable goods alone. All Druggists, 75c. There was so much donated for Hall's Family Pills ter constithe occasion ttut not more than pation one-thir- d was old. There still This influenza that is aflicting remains among numerous other the nation, is a menace of suffici things the nicest display of canned ently grave proportions to enfruit and jellies seen here for a gage the interest of every thinklong time. This will be sold on ing person. Therefore, all perMonday night, October 7,at8p m , sons old enough to realize its at School House. All cordially danger should take particular invited to be present. care of their health these days. 1 BE A STOCKHOLDER IN VICTORY. BUY LIBERTY BONDS. Money or education never makes a fool of one possessed of a little mother wit. It is the nat ural born fool, who has to make an ass of himself. is A man's worth in a community couuted by whit he does. Weighed 90 Pounds PERUNA spit-tlm- Before Takini Now Weigh iret-tia- s; An Act of Genera! 135 Pounds runs. I a aa '13 4y an WB Pe- - Assembly 1918 REl A riNG TO PUBLIC ROADS Mlsa Clara Lohr, 21 N. Gold St., Grand Rapids, Mich. In her letter opposite Miss Lohr tells in convtnein words of the Headquarters In Anieiican France, Sept 3O. The outstanding achievements of the American army in the latest offensive undoubtedly was that of its avia- That subsection 18 of section Kentucky Statutes, Cat- roll's Edition 1915, be and the same is hereby repealed and in lieu thereof the following is heie by enacted Section 18. The costs of seat roads constructed under the provisions of this act shall be paid as follows: In cou nties haviog an assessed valua4356X inter-count- y benefits she received from Liquid or Tablet For Buy Liberty Bonds J. """aaaa! G.McCLARY Tift n li AjkJRV MkOm tors, whe have done all that was expected of them and much more. Their commander, Col Mitchell, proudly claims there is nothing to beat them in the world and it will be long before their reoord up to the including Saturday is surpa sed. With sixty machines downed and twelve balloons burned without a single casualty. Buy 1 fi j "You little rascal played alone the way. didn't yu? Kept grandma waiting ! Oh well, it's all right. Because Always Welcome CALUMET BAKING HIGHEST 2wn' I I I j Ij II M UK l Sji " fl i3 1H . MJ Liberty Bqwds tion of less than $5,000,000, seven per cent shall be paid out of the State road fund and the remainder shall be paid by the tv-tiv- e UNDERTAKER and EMBALME 100 More Soldiers Can Be Received by Bjrea College Government Inspector says Berea's armory, parade barracks, ground and library constitute thy best layout for military education he has seen and shouM be fully occupied. Government needs trained men and gives uniform, board, and $30 a month to men above 18, with 13 units of high school work, while they attend school and prepare for officers' commissions. Best mountain climate. Able faculty. Courses for degrees of A.B., B.S. and B.Ped. The chance of a lifetime. Start today, or write to L'ieut. 0. P. M. Squires. Com. Oflicer, Berea, Kentucky. Or, Marshall E. Vaughn. College Secretary. tj J . a a j is always right. It's worth waiting for. Always wel- come. Never shirks its work. Never I .is. Never wastes minutes or materials and I hnow it's pure and wholesome, as Calum t contains onlv such ingredients :is have been approved officially by the U. S. Food You save u lien you buy it POWDER !l f I 1 M Xt M J "H .1 II .Ja M .la B STANFORD, KY.o Buy yon save when you use it. -- L t tHJ J g county. ORDER ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FISCAL COURT, OCTOBER TERM, 1st day of October, 19 18. On motion of W. D. Mullins, Justice, seconded by Robert i JUJ MM Liberty Bonds - brick Evans, it is ordered by the court, that the Sheriff of Rockcastle County, open a poll in each of the voting precincts of Rockcastle county, on the 5th day of No vember, same being the date of the General Election held in and for said county to ascertain the will of the electors of said county on the election. Are you in favor of voting a 20 cents road Mt. Vernon School For 2 Weak A Women JL r.xw 1 able-bodi- ed v fA J' ..,. a K Sa tax for the purpose of constructing and improving of the public roads and bridges, one or both, as the Fiscal Court of said countv may direct. Said taxation to run a Jperiod of five years and it is further ordered that no amount A that can not be raised by the levy in anyone year shall be expended in that year. In use for over 40 yean! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effect- s. f 's Va on riETCfisers Buy Liberty Bonos TAKE RESOLUTION. Whereas, it is resolved that in event that the 20 cents road tax is votecl at the coming November election in Rockcastle County, then the amount that is derived from said taxation will be prorated and used in and according to the size of each Magisterial Dis is further resolved that trict. It the 20 cents road tax, which is a levy now in force shall be omitted from the levy of 1919; that the present rate of taxation upon the one hundred dollars shall be the same as at present Cam Muluns, J R.CC. CARDUI The Woman's Tonic y Freeman Ketron, J.P.K.C W. D. Mullins, J.P.R.C. W D. Abney, J.P.RC. Buv Liberty Bonds Judge Cam Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed please find check No 6449 for $1, 489.33. Same being the balance of all money apportioned to your county previous to 1918. The I918 apportionment will be available in December. Your - County was apportioned $5,054.- FROM CHARLEY J,. DAVIS Newport, R. I. Sept. 22; i9i8. Dear Folks: I am going to try and write jou before I go to Jwork. Gee but we are having a terrible time up here now. I told you about working at nights didn't I ? 1 work so hard at nights 1 have to sleep all day long to test Avoid coughing and sneezing per- sons with zeal, and avoid coughing and sneezing in the presence of others. At the first pain seek a physician; and, above all follow his directions: Influenza or, as we call it, grip is a disease that permits no foolery. Take it in the beginning Jand keep in mind that a stitch in time may save 9,coo. You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for to many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was taken sick, seemed to be ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite 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 runr jm down. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is die best tonic I ever ttw." Try Cardui. a ' v ... ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on the iqth day of Angust, 1918, filed with the clerk of Rockcastle County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of vet ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in Rockcastle county, asking a sub mission el the question whether cattle or any specie theredf shall be permitted to run at large in said voting precinct. It is now ordered by the court that a poll be opened in said voting precinct at the next general election to be held on the 5th day of November, 1918, for the . Forward! With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with one thought only TO FIGHT AND WIN. That is the way our men are going into battle. When the shrill wnistle sounds the advance, out they go their No power on earth can hold them back. whole heart in the task before them. I v r ... purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting pre cinct upon said questiou. Attest: S. F. Bowman, County Court Clerk. Buy Forward! sounding for us. We must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. is The same sharp challenge to battle Liberty Bonds v. s T AD " Druggists Lai Ba K am. W)kVVVAVAVJ5a an a. a. anw aaa Liberty Bonds German Taxes or SAVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE HUN. BUY BONDS. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on the 29th day of August, 1918. tiled wifh the clerk of Rockcastle County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of voting Precinct No. 6 (East Mt. Vernon) in Rockcastle County asking a, submission of the question whether cattle, or auy specie thereof, stall be permitted to run at large in said voting Precinct. It is now ordered by the court that a poll be opened in said voting Precinct at the next general election to be held on the 5th day of November, 19 18. for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting Precinct upon said question. . Attest: S. F. Bowman. County Court Clerk. Buy Ife must lend the way they fight. war-madden- We must sliovv the Hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. Our task is to supply the money, the ships, the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do it as our fighting men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. ed AND WIN. We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only TO FIGHT Get into the fight with your whole heart. Buy Bonds to the utmost! This Space Contributed by Swift & Company 1 Liberty Bonds . l Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkbnon Ky, Oct 4. 1918 (. Jy Brown Beauty Steel Cut Coffee, Just received a car load of salt. Drummond's. John Robins, Brodhead. 25c lb, at C Buy Liberty Bqnd- s- Women's andCbildren s Coats, $2.50 to $25.00 at money Somewhere r LOST Mt 7Q Iy s up "tie. 7" we want toCommunl Ith SIGNAL y Cm Vernon, or uEummond's Store. on the road toward Copper creek, You buy salt for it's saving a twentv-dollabill The finder properties buy it to save money. will be rewarded with five dollars. in 'buy' 1 lESTOif LOUISVILLC r John Robins, Brodhead. vi 1 V 1 a Mrs. Mollie Sumlers, wife of E. L. Brock, Crab Orchard, Ky., R.3. 4B Ei Clean OaflF "i- -rfr UBERTY 4 NMILLI It. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 24 nortn north 6.57 p m 3:47 23 21 am south il:55am 12:13 am South J as. Landrum, Ageut. Phone No. 8. entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofioe mail matter. m second-cia- s PKRSO.N L Mrs. C. H. White is with Mr. White in Illiuois for a few weeks. George Ponder, of Indianapolis, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. Q Griftin. Mr and Mrs. Will Hansel came down from Har'an Wednesday to attend the burial of Mrs Chas. Sumlers. 0 Mr and Mrs. Russel Ptoctor are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby at their home in Winchester. Wm Owens, our faithful Liv- was in to see us today and is looking as young as ever. John Hansel aud Mrs. W. M. Patten wre here from Harlan yesterday to atteud the burial of Mrs. Chas Sumlers. ingston correspondent Charley Sumlers, died Tuesday E R. Gentry has asked for the after an illness of several weeks address of all Rockcastle bovs. of tuberculosis. We shall be glad to publish such There will be a pie and box addresses as are furnished us: Lieut. John Noe, American supper tonight at Wildie and Cove school houses for the benefit Air Service A. E. FA P. O 7I7. Somewhere in France. of the Red Cross. J. W. Rider is installing water Private Jim Noe, Co L 4th Inf. A. E. F. Somewhere in works in the Rockcastle. Elmer France. Perciful is doing the work and he is putting in a first class job. ALLEGED SLACKERS ARE BAKRED FROM TRADING. From the looks of the merchandise piling inat Sutton & McBee's Hickman, Ky., Sept. 30 store, some bank better look out, Squire J. F. Meneese, of Cayce there is going tobe some checks viciuity, ten miles east of here, written. it and Mr. Morehead, of Crutch-field- , There will be a pie supper at this county, were tried in the Mascedouia school bouse Fulton by the Fulton Council et Tuesday night Oct., 8tb for the Defense on charges of not having benefit of the war campaign. done their part in buying LiberEverybody invited to attend. ty bonds and war saving stamps Effie Belle Chasteen, Teacher. and were found guilty by the Charley Adams, of the Sparks council and barred from all trade o o Quarry section had the misfor of all kinds in this county or CO elsewhere. The Council of Detune to lose his house and contents by fire Tuesday. The fense is going after the slackers house belonged to the W. J. in this county. Sparks Co. Notice: All accounts due T. V Gen. Pershing's report on Sat J. Pennington Jwere left with me urda7s operations stated that for collection. It you owe him the Americans had "brought please come around and settle down twelve balloons and more as same will be placed in hands than sixty enemy planes, while of attorney alter waiting a reasless than a third of that number onable length of time. S. E. Hellard. of our planes are missing." UJ CD SftoeJi We are cutting the price on every pair of shoes and everything else in our stock in order to move them fast to close out and quit business. You need the shoes and your money will buy more shoes from us now than we can buy with the same money from the factories y. to-da- OUR NEW FALL STOCK OF THE FAMOUS Ball-Ba- nd Rubbers CO is here and now is your chance to get what ycu want in this line at prices less than you'll expect to pay, YOU FELLOWS WHO NEED CLOTHES will do yourselves a good deed by coming here for that new fall suit. Come in and fix up yourself and family for the winter while we have the goods you need at such low prices. LOCAL Your dollars will do their full duty at Fish's. Children's Shoes, all leather, at Drummond's Store If it is shoes you need Fish's are the people you want to see. You will save money by buying your salt from us. John Robins, Brodhead. Pine Hill voting precinct went "over the top" Wednesday night It j .st took forty minutes for Green Hill School will have a these patriotic people to show how loyal they are to our Gov pie supper Oct. nth, i9i8, 7:30 p M. Will also have for sale ernment. cake, honey, molases, sweet po Miss Belle J one?, teacher of tatoes, ect. Proceeds go to Libthe Scaffold Cane school announce erty Loan and Y.M.C.A., fund. a patriotic entertainment and Miss Bertie Robison, box supper at her schocl bouse Teacher. Saturday night October l2th. GUM SPRINGS SCHOOL. of the plav is "Uncle The Dr. Owens turns in a report like this: Sixteen babies born in the month of September, it being a banner month. The doctor says he intends to place in the hand of each little one War Saving Stamps to the amount of $1.00. Mrs. Nancy E. Bell, of the Burr section received a card f 10m her son, Emery Bell, announcing his safe arrival oversea. Mr. Bell has been in the service about a year and stationed at Camp Shelby most of the time. Food Administration I am advised that some merin Rockcastle county, are selling flour without the 20 per cent, of substitute-othe- rs are putting over a crooked deal by selling a customer meal and buying it back from him. The State Food Administration has called on me for evidence against these merchants, that they may be dealt with by the Federal authorities. The merchant who is not loyal to his Government Iwill be dealt with just like any other disloyal man. When called upon to do so, by the county Food Administrators, the Food Adminis- chants ca tration will furnish secret service men to get this evidence. I shall be very sorry for any Rock- title Sam's Helpers" and the proceeds will be for the Red Cross. A telegram was received this morning from Cincinnati an nouocing the death of Miss Mary Price, daughter of S. B. Price. The deceased had been working in Cincinnati. The remains will be brought back here for burial tomorrow. Uncle Wallace Vance, aged about 8o, dropped dead at his home betweed here and Brodhead Tuesday noon. Mr. Vance was one of our best citizens and a man who always tried" to do the right thing. He leaves a widow and several children. The Box and Pie suppers are called off after Saturday night October 5th until Monday night October 2lst. No school hcuse meeting will be held after that date. Then all teachers who have not had their suppers may put them on. The teachers will have from October 21st to November 1st to put these suppers on. After that time when the re ports are in, prizes will be awarded, and a complete list with amount each teacher remitted will appear in this paper. NOTIC 1, E Pursuant to a resolution passed at its Special Term, of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, Oct. 1, 1918, the undersigned, Sheriff, will cause a poll to be opened in each of the respective voting precincts et Rockcastle County between the hours of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock pm.. on the 5th day of Nov , 19 18, for the purpose of submitting the question to the voters: Are you for a Property Tax of 20 cents on each f 100 00 worth of property in the County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year for a period of five years, for the purpose of improving the public road or bridges of said Connty, or either or both of them? J. S. Langpord, Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Oct. i, i98- - good "Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy did me when I had a severe attack of diarrhoea three years ago. i was the Friday morning September 20th, only medicine that relieved me. " and were married in Jefferson-ville- , FROM SILAS FRENCH. Indiana. The groom is Aug 28 I9I8. the son of Prof, and Mrs. W. R. 840 Aero Squadron American Dickerson, of Livingston, and is Air Service. one of Rockcastle's promising 3. A. D. R. A. F. France. young men. He is now an emDear father and mother: ployee of the L. & N. The bride This beautiful evening will is the attractive daughter of Mr. drop you a few lines to lot you and Mrs. A. H Hamlin. She is know I am all O K., and hope one of Mt. Vernon's very best this will find you the same. Am girls and the groom is to be con sure having a fine time. I like gratulated in winning such a France as well as I did England noble young lady for a companion but France is a great deal more They will make their home in like the States than England', Lebanon Junction. Their many but the people are a great deal friends extend congratulations different as they can't speak and wish them many years of English at all. We have some happiness. from all over the world here Ella M. Coffey writns that the now. Saw several boys from pie supepr held at the Cedar Hill fnd., since I arrived here, but School, Tuesday night.O.t.i. 1918, can't find out where Grover and was a success. All the pies sold Dillard Saylor are. Would like for a good price, the proceeds go- to find out where they are loing for the benefit of the Red cated as 1 have a seven day Cross funds. The total collec pass coming soon and would tion was $41.18. to visit them. You find out She also states that there will be their company and regiment and a school fair held at Wildie, Sat- send to me at once if any chance urday. Oct. 12th. Everybody is at all. Have not bad a letter invited to come and spend .the from home in some time. Wonday. All of Div. 6, including (2 der what is the matter? Had a schools will be present, and the letter from uncle Alvin, said he teachers of those sehools urge was as well as common. Will the people to come and see what close. Answer soon. the rural school children of RockS. French. castle are doing. There will be A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. some able speakers present. The Do you know that a beautiful school fair held at Wildie last year woman always has a good digesby the Wildie and Cedar Hill ? If your digestion is faulty, schools was said to be a success by tion eat lightly of meats, and take an all who attended, and we teach- occasional dose of Chamberlain's ers are trying to make this one Tablets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25c. even better. castle merchant to have to be dealt with for this act of disloy alty, but loyal merchants must HONOR ROLL TRIRD MONTH Grade I -- Nannie Pruttt, Hazel be protected and the war must be hod. Renner. H. T. YOUNG, Grade II Hazel Carlson, Cora Rockcastle County Food Taylor, Othel Bradley, Janie Bradley. Administration. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Grade III Bea Bullock. Grade IV Alta Taylor. SINCERE GRATITUDE. Grade VII May Chaney, Ota Mrs. William Bell, Logansport, Burdine. Ind., writes: "I deem it my duty Tardiness is our worst enemy. to express rny gratitude for the J. L. Bullock, Teacher. Mr. Scoit Dickerson and Miss Myrtle Hamlin boarded No. 24 THE HOME OF T Buy & Liberty Bonds IX CLOTHES V WEAR YOUR OLD CLOTHES AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS! farm of I32 acres near Ottawa, Ky. This farm is in a good state of cultivation being all in grass except what is in corn this year. The improvements consist ofone good My five room cottage, two good barns D Ml 'S LONG TIME LOANS To farmers in Central and Southern Kentucky at a low rate of interest Easy and attractive payments with the privilege of paying off all or any part of loan at any time. We will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If you are in debt or need money to retire your lein notes we would be glad to explain. CASH GROCERY STORE For Sale: COUNCIL OF NATIONAL BUY DEFENSE A soldier who has been to the and all necessary out buildings. Vill sell cheap as I am compelled to quit farming because my boys are in the service. J as. H. Barnett. Sept. I3 4t. front and been wounded by the Anns; a man who has gone "over the top" to protect yout life and mine will speak at Wildie Sun-daOctober 6th at 2:80 p. m. ; Brodhead Sunday evening at Monday 8 p. m.; Mt. Vernon 8 p. m. This man evening at will be worth hearing, his mes sage will be first hand from the western front where all American hearts are, from the people for whom all are praying and backing with every ounce of energy we can command. There are "Work Slackers" who feel that it is a disgrace to work and those who feel that the world is lucky to have them with all their wit and beauty that it owes them a living for just being here. y, 4. Burt L.Sims DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Loan Department Union Central Life Insurance Co 802 Security Trust Blilg., Lexington, Kentucky LIBERTY BONDS EaT AND SLEEP IN COMFORT. If troubled with indigestion or sleeplessness, you should read what Miss Agnes Turner, ChiCAN NOW cago, 111., DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds collected anywhere in the world. No charges unless we collect. Reference: Farmers National Bank. Write us. May'iCilIectitn Agency, Someriet, Ky. Offi,-..Km mi 7 Mnannir RlHor 18 B - has to say: Overwork, Drummo nd's i LIVINGS TON former fall ii SOH09 Aunan. Ana irregular meals and carelessness regarding the ordinary rules of health, undet rained it uptil last a PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES , AT THE RIGHT TIME is of can help bring us victory and a Greatest Importance,. If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see DR. MOORE, Cox Building, The Optician Mt. Vernon, Ky. HHHMHHHHHHHdl I I with, lasting paace can save our soldiers lives and shorten the war, and fails to do his duty, is contempThen we have the "Fighting tible and does not deserve the Slackers" who doesn't want to name of an American citizen. take any chances on getting hurt, who is just so scared of The little infant of Mr. and getting shot that he would pre Mrs. James Thompson died Sepfer going into slavery for life tember 2oth. world's Liberty to talcing the chance of losing his f J KV But of all the slackers in this Nation, the ''Dollar Slacker" is For Infants and Children I Office Over the worst. The man who can In Use For Over Years II PipfMLF f Baker's Stors I stay a thousand m les behind Always bears the the second line trenches, and do Mi. VCHNUN, 'WJOJUVIVK .. nAniua ficrhtirxr thp. man who Signature of u& DR. WALTER blood. Dentist I CASTORIA 30 became a wreck of my from self. I suffered continual headache, was unable to digest my food, which seemed to lay as a dead weight on my constistomach . I was very pated and inv complexion became dark, yellew and muddy as I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery, and 1 would awake as tired as when I went to sleep. I beard of Chamberlain s Tablets and found such relief from taking them that I kept up the treatment for nearly two months They cleansed my stomach, invigorated my system, and 'since that time I can eat and sleep in comfort. I am today entirely well." I DUMIS ..b, &&& USTORU Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR g-- 3 ," ' This is n et merely the Kaisers War It is the War of the German People There used to be some disposition in this country to discriminate between the German people and the Kaiser. Some people used to say that this war was a matter of the German rulers and that the German people were not to blame, that they were compelled to fight and that we had no quarrel with the German people. fVHIEfl fill xicCb V vy Nothing could be further from the truth than this idea. Ie ""-- b i Minister of War, in answer to someone who said that the war was a family Hohenzollern affair said vigorously: "It is not one family in the country which is waging war, but the German people, under the Kaiser, is waging war." We know how willingly the German people have shown themselves to do everything that their rulers have told them to do. We know how gleefully they have rejoiced over every crime, how they have fiendishly and enthusiastically with the butchers and baby killers of their army and navy. Right here in America we have seen some of their work. co-opera- ted General von Stein, the German there have been German people in America, hiding behind citizenship papers, who have proved traitors of the deepest dye, who have talked and worked against America, who have conspired, blown up buildings and bridges and have done everything in their power to lend aid and comfort to the enemy. Were they under any compulsion from the German Kaiser? No! Yet they did their evil work cheerfully for him. Let us then not make the mistake of thinking that we are not fighting the German people and let us not make the mistake of thinking that we have an easy task ahead of us. We must bend every possible energy in order triat we may make certain of victory and the one thing for every one of us to do is to buy LIBERTY BONDS and buy them freely. fed and protected them With base ingratitude to the country that GO TO ANY BANK TODA Y AND BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS This Space Contributed to Winning the War by MT. VERNON SIGNAL I . SUPPLEMENT MT. VERNON SIGNAL. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4, 1918 Children Cry for Fletcher's Four Queens Each Is Worth Fortune In Her Own Name Bjfcj. Are You Asleep at the Switch? Men are getting robbed of all their money every day by carrying it around or leaving it about their homes. . f jtJrfctlHBV'ja filt?Wff 'jcJ tT jS SN.V The Kind Ton 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- sonal supervision since its infancy. &ffly-- j. 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. Just-as-good Take no chance " . PKINCCMr BCRbCRK, OftAND CHAMPION QUCRN6EY COW Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA CHAS. L. HILL. JUDOE OF GUERNSEYS. At Solid Institution If you do not want to use it at once you can get interest on f PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon A OOd Banking G Deposit your monev in the it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money. "A country worth fighting for is a country worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue." GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS w a. mosc J-oi p oc or HmtmTTu hjhva ,,DW" Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds gg r C ' &L&0s&i In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought SHKRWM.TOH GRAND CHAMPION Let's Go ! LEU, n he. Saecttmt BUSINESS OHIVEW 1 : Ulcft ui Business. Short Hand. Type Writing and Teleara:hr WAmr f L Sank Ion LlERY SEPT MAINS OUCCN ln Thi. old an injlttent--Collcgo can dr much f .' jouat leattcoit and towa I' eevring a high aalan pritioT. Diploma award i Bpwial Course for Go". inniiTi. PinnliiTinM' I Thousands ofocce graduate. Bogia any tla: DEPARTMENT FOR LADIES, undcrthet Tiaion of a I,aly Principal. W) ladiea attending tl. i Seaaion. Caaa Bar&4 home. For particulars, ad Jr- LEXINGTON, KY. WILBUR R. SMITH ' -- C. C. -- AYRiHiRt COW HHKIUOCE, JUDGE OF AYRSHIWES LAW ATTORN KY-A- T MT VERNON, KY. Williams N From "Over There" They tell us the only time "Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. u Our own Yanks ft have started them whistling. Let's back them up by m subscnKhgto the OXFORD huoh g- - van pelt MAJESTY GYPSY, QUEEN Judge, of jerseys GRAND CHAMPION J&R&CY COW aristocracy of the cow rcrld cows, who will compete with these THE be on display at the recognized leaders for first position. Dairy Show, which will be They are Charles L. Hill, Rosedale, u 3 OFFICE. On2rd.8oorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, oc Church St. Special atten tioir given collections. 'pnone8o 3eqpc&sj- yj jg . $3c3p3- L. W. BETNURUJA ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. 1. no: UIl V.UUI 111 t; .. i UUILC OMtU I A fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITH THE Ohio, October Wis., judjrc of Guernseys; W. S. .Mos- The four grand crip, Lake Elms, Minn.. Judge of aolchampion recog- stein catttle; H. H. Kildee, Ames, la., cows of the nized dairy breeds are shown. judge of Ayrshires, and Hugh G. Van All of them and all the med.-iand Pelt, Waterloo, la., jude of Jerseys. ribbons they have won will be i"vn These men are nationally recogat the Dairy Show. Opposite each nized experts in the lines they have breed is the man who will jud?a the been designated to judce. 10-1- 9, held at Columbus, this year. l - 'Hi ' r II I" 11 Tl I I" " ttrv CASTORIA Children Ory CASTORIA FOR FLETSWcR S Children Cry FLETCHER'S FCR Bank of Mt. Vernon Power To His Arm! HAS A MESSAGE FOR THE WOMEN Government Considers Dairy Industry of the Greatest Importance. ENGAGES EXPERTS' SERVICE Prominent Women Educator Will Divide Their Time Between Washington and Columbus Until After the Great National Dairy Sho la Over. C W'-i-Jf, 4a Lmoavi v-ija-. Loan The government plainly considers the dairy interests of the country of extraordinary importance and believes that it has a massage of great value to the women of the United 'States as is which is shown by the being extended to the National Dairy HhVW " '3A9A F-- r sity, of Chicago and now of United States Department of Agriculture, and Miss Anna Van Meter, home economics department, Ohio State University. One of the largest of all the buildings of the Exposition Grounds will be turned over to this work. There will be practical demonstrations of dairy lunches of nutritious meals prepared largely from dairy products and there will be a special restaurant managed by the home economics department of the State University. Child Welfare vork will be exemplified in many ways. There will be lectures and demonstrations of the necessity for milk in the diet of all children. Dr. E. V. McCollum, of Johns Hopkins University will exhibit the famous rat colony which was used in his experiments to determine the actual food value of milk and the dire consequence of a lack of milk In the regular diet of youngsters. Another special feature will be the possibilities of dairy products in fill ing the dinner pail, a problem which the women all over the United States are finding peculiarly difficult under the present high schedule of food prices. You Will Be Pleased I suitings and man of fashTailored to no mistakes. with the perfect fit of your suit. the quality "feel" of the cloth and its individual design when ordered from United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is overflowing with new, appealing overcoatings fabrics that will delight the young ion and make the business man look the part, your intimate incLes with the skill that makes Prices extremely low. I Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead .rflWaflBlafaff HAiKi't EL wPW'' M&dM& Germany's Fourth Offense Show which will be held at Columbus, Ohio, October The government has reached out and commandeered the services of two expert women from two of the leading universities of the country and has given them instructions to divide their time between Washington and Columbus until after the Dairy Show is over. , These women are Miss Emma in charge of the home economics department of the University of Wisconsin, now on a year's leave of absence to the States Relations Service Committee of the Department of Agriculture, and Miss Jessie M. Hoover, who was dean of the home economics department of the University of Idaho before becoming attached to the dairy division of the Bureau of Animal Industry at Washington. After making a survey of the possibilities of the Dairy Show for delivering the message the government wants the American housewives to get. they have nam to1 the following committee to Miss fidna N. White, director home economics, Ohio State University, and president American Home Economics Association; lilac Gertrude Van Hoosen, formerly of the Univer 10-1- 9. SIRES AND THEIR GETS AMONG THE EXHIBITS Calamity Jane will not be at the National Dairy Show at Columbus, Ohio, October this year. Calamity Jane attracted more attention a year ago in ten days than in all the three years of her earlier ex10-1- 9 Con-ley- MAP FREE! Sunset Magazine scription, beginning with increases its rates to 20c per copy on news stands and $2 oo per yearly sub WAR September Issue, 1918. IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill. Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine. Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck. Cinder. Silo or (Jutter, Manure Spreader, Lime Spreader. Hay Bailer. Fertilizer, Pipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery within one day. Keep them in stock and can furnish you with repairs at once for anything 1 sell you. CALL ME KY., OR SEE . S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. AT LONDON, other unprofitable cow. perience. But Calamity Jane is dead. She has gone the way of many an- the United States which eat more than they produce. They may give a little milk, night or morning, but in reality they milk their owner. It Is part of the purpose of the Dairy Show to inspire farmers and everywhere to know exactly what each cow In their bord Is doing and whether or not it la a profitable Investment. Among the exhibits which Impress tola leesoa will be a series of sires and their gats, showing how Intelligent breeding inor eases the) output and consequently the profit at emoh generation of cows. riaii-vm- n She was one of the'8,000,000 cows in A LAST CHANCE to subscribe to SUNSET Magazine at the old price of $1.50 pr year and Large receive a Liberty Wv Nip ef the Front. TREE Western Battle Failed; This remarkable offer ia open to all whose subscriptions will be received at this ofice up to August 15th, 1918. Subscribe befoie this date and save the price of TWO THRIFT STAMPS Our Fourth Leao Must Not. Children Off for FuicKas IA CASXORIi y Children XJT9 FLETCHER'S FOR A Libeaty Bond Keeps Your Money in America and Sends Your Heart to the Front. Dealer in Buggies. Wagons, All Kinds T. Q. MOREN Mills and of Farm Implements. "Kill two birds with one stone" Help the Government and Yourself. LONDON, KY. SUNSET SAN FRANCISCO MAGAZINE CALIFORNIA For Sale: A good Jack, two Notice: The person who borfine young studs, and a pair of six. rowed or deliberately carried off year-olhorse mules. See me at my cross cut saw, will please once if interested. bring it home. I need it. C. A. Davis, Mt. Vernon, R. L. McPeiron d 7 SUPPLEMENT Mf.E&NON BlGNAt, OCTOfcfcfi 4, 1918 mm ; urn I How the Farmer caaHelp Hi Boys at the Frontr in your power to help your boys who have gone to the front. You were proud of them when they were children. You were proud of them(when they grew up to be men and you were prouder than ever when they went away to fight for Uncle Sam and to help him to rid the world forever of the brutal Hun. Nothing is more natural also than for you to wonder how the boys are gettinglon "over there perhaps to worry, too, about whether your own boy is being taken care of and toiwish that someone would tell you just what you could do to bring him safely home again. Well, there is a way and a very good way for you to help your boys at the front. Don't worry about hardships because Uncle Sam isn't going to let the boys suffer SO LONG AS YOU DO YOUR SHARE Your share to help the boys is to see that Uncle Sam never lacks the necessary) money to keep . them supplied with everything they need j m The way to do this is to buy LIBERTY BONDS and buy them freely. 3 Si Vt m Every time you think of how you would like to help your boys, buy a Liberty Bond. Talk to your neighbors about LIBERTY BONDS and get them to buy and keep on buying. t ? ' Nothing is more natural than for you to be anxious to dofeverything " 1 Go to Any Bank Today and Buy Your Liberty Bonds inis space liontnputed .. 1 ......to winning tne war pyTj .. . . .. . j ijj ft BANK OF MT. VERNON Mt Vernon, Ky. PEOPLES BANK Mt." Vernon, Ky. FIRST STATE BANK Livingston, Ky. CITIZENS BANK Brodhead, Ky. m it m t- "