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Mount Vernon signal: October 11, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918101101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 11, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Lu PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY lemon PP ,( MT. VERNON, lipi r ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 1918 NUMBER 3 There are two extremes in dress which make a person conspicuous in public. One is shabbiness, the other is freakishness. The happy medium combines good style with good sense. W e have it in Clothcraft Clothes. C. C. COX , n Everything To Wear Overcoats Sweaters Walk-Ov- er Shirts Ties Gloves Shoes SUTTON MT. VERNON, KY. Come Home to Heal Heat and Big Fuel Ecooomy What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging a radiator. High fuel prices seal the doom of extravagant, fuel wasting heating plants. If you want a per fectly heated home and greatly reduced fuel bills you will invest in toKk, v; & McBEE CLOTHIERS & FURNISHERS d lfliSSRIjM Ladies' Suits Ladies'Coats Millinery ffljjfeyy?g':. MwaMrsw?xyr?4rm bt v .v i ; . r"ii uie Hot itwt - Blast Heater BURNS vrigiuai : i CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN USES ANY FUEL AND BRIGHT. ! r ir in r'l m r rii ifiMr ftVt4IBBT!Wea.SffTO7W? inwiiMi i r n .t will mv the nation Million In mei mo ney thl winter. Act now. . H Sweaters 1 IlnHprwpar Hosiery Waists v ixriFifi mi mm n I 'flrafl Jlf'iSI "- - ?Sy. ' WWII MaUl faEBee53TT'3JSJBiirBC'3F?OeFTTfa'BBjS!T', H. ' Underskirts Furs Rain Coats Shoes ROCKCASTLE AND HER '111 HBP awl ffjp p gv m t,, . ings and work for the general in terests of all. There is nothing today of a more far reaching in- interest, except the great war, which our boys will soon bring to a successful conclusion, than oor highways. L.et us get together and go af ter it. We have made a good begin ning Let us proceed with the good and most vital undertaking launched during the past centry, for RockcaHle and the mountains of sou A- - eastern Kentu.ck.v- - James Marst. Bmy Saturday night I was in a ship launching parade over in a ship- building town, where they launch- ed the ship "Aberdeen," which was built in seventeen and a half days. This ship is a 4,000-toThere wooden construction. were 10,000 or more peqple in the parade. We had band music and patriotic songs. Tbat is the spirit of the people out here, and this town also raised their quota bonds the first day and doub-- ' led. This kind et thing will cause Bttfie to opn his eyest-was- The mountaid scenery is fine. Sometimes see Mt.Hood, with its snowy cap, that is when the fog clears away. ubehty Bonds : "How about mistakes made in "Where Rockcastle County ily appreciate the big gift The tax would the undertaking of building Rock- spends $10 000 on her roads how voting of this of this amount is. borne or be one of the clinchers, and as much castle roads?" Some mistakes were made, it is refunded by the State Highway su ranees of the final completion true. No undertaking of any Department?" of the present undertakings and The amount is $7,500, or 75 make it certain that other county importance was ever carried-out- , roads will follow in their wake, t'Why should I vote for the entirely, without some mistakes per cent, under the late law. occurring. Rockcastle has been "Can our countv get these whereas if we lay down now we Interesting Letter 20 cent road tax?" Because it will not increase freer from them than any other benefits without spending the will have an immeasureable loss Egbert money on road work?" "What about those portions of but will enable the push in the Commonwealth. taxation, Hoquiam, Wash., No. "What about charges made by the county tbat are without im ing of the present undertatfingof Oct. 3, 1948. "What of the $100,000 fund proved roads?" road building toward completion candidates before primary elec Mr E. S. Albright, tion and even afterward before from Federal, State Aid and pri They will naturally follow. It in macadamizing. Mt. Vernon, Ky. final election, relative to waste vate subscription ter the comple is imperative that we first have If it doesn't increase taxation, Dear Editor: No doubt you will y tion of Dixie-Boon- e et road funns?" up Rockcastle the seat roads, they be interested to spring something what is the idea?" ' Camoflage, to a great extent, river, etc?" accommodating the larger portion new on your readers of the Mt. Consult County authorities and Sufficient amount of this fund is of travel. Cross roads will be posted on these affairs and by the boys who wanted the others Vernon Signal. So I vill attempt you will get th plain facts, dem- management of affairs. Sort et a in bank at Lexington, to start the built as a natural consequence to give vou some news from the onstrating the advisability of vet family affair as It were, which work as soon as surveys have and demand north west. was niosi ly all healed over and been completed and contracts let ing yes on this question. "What benefit has the present This is a fine country, covered The war has detayed the matter. construction been to the citizens "What's the matter that the forgotten after election. with heavy timber mestly fir, "What other benefits will this Engineers who have been engaged of Rockcastle ?" toads are not already completed ?" Spruce and hemlock, which is beon the surveys have been drafted The bond issue was not large 20 cent tax bring?" Since the beginning of improved ing moved rapidly from the woods It insures the $5,000 State Road at different times to engage in road building in the county, land enough by half or more. , to the mills. The spruce and far yearlv, to our fighting the battles of our coun- and other valuations have "flow has the money been spent apportionment, in are used for the building of aircounty, which otherwise might be try, and the supply of engineers creased to the amount of nearly bond issue ? " from the ships, mostly spruce. An air Legitimately, with mighty few lost, tbo we would still have to has been reduced to a limited half million dollars and are still beam must be free from all de- exceptions. More miles of graded pay the present road tax into number. Surveys will be com- ciimoing. an trom roaa propo- - feds It is inspected many times road have been made, with the State Road Fund which would be pleted as soon as engineers are ganda construction. The $100,000 before it goes into an airship amount involved, than was accom- diverted to the building of roads available. invested in roads has been one of The logging is carried on by "What influence would the fail- the county's best plished by any other couaty in in other counties and be a dead possible donkeys. You never see a team loss to us. ure Of voting the tax have moves. The benefits already de- in the woods. We have steel tram estate. tfie upon this $100,000 donation?" rived are immense and we are on roads running into each log camp, It is feared that if our people the threshold of greater things as so the logs are loaded and hauled fail to show their appreciation of time passes and road work pro- out by heavy engines. this magnificent fond that a gresses. ' The people are very loyal, buy damper will be cast over the situ"How are the people to know Liberty Bonds to the limit. ation and the possibility of the that the above statements are In the woods you can see all loss of the whole amount. This facts?" kinds of people, Sweeds, Finns, fund, created as a gift to Rock Consult your bankers, merchants Greeks, Philipinoes, Germans and castle and Laurel counties, should lawyers, farmers and others who ians. be strenuously fought for in its are posted. We are friends and fi am an inspector of spruce preservation and no psint over, neighbors and should drop all lit- and I have an opportunity looked in showing that we. heart. tie prejudices and misunderstand- - to mix with these fellows. 20-ce- nt ROADS BRONICHAL TROOBLE. Mrs. A. E Sidehberger, Rock field, lnd., states: "For an attack of , bronchial trouble which usually assails me in the spring I find Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy the only thing that gives me relief. After using it for a few days all signs of bronchial trouble disappears." Buy MORE Bonds From Norton SJ I eujey this kind of work fine n and am in the best of health. My weight is 180 pounds, so you can begin to see that this is a healthy climate The popular conception of a lumber Jack seems to be a cross between a pile driver and a Kan-fo- r sas cyclone. He is supposed to browse on spruse and fir boughs, them oywn with whiskey, ' , ' ftqmb his hair with a devil club, again. There are a number of sold ie4r shake himself like a shepheard in the Spruce PnoductionTDiision dog every time he waskes his face, working in both7 woods and nills. take his tobacco with a hay fork,. There is a cut-u-p plant aU.Wn- - and his snuff with a scoop shovel, couver, Wash., thsfrKcut kbe this from the truth, million feet of spruce and fir per The lumber Jack is of verile, pul day. This is the greatest mm of sating manhooa. wun rea corpus blood, gray matter in its kind in the world. v cles in his The other day I saw a large his head, and sand in his gizzard, stump known as the "McKinley or the forests never would have Stump," from the top of which been converted into products for TeddieR. spoke in 1903, May 22. the comforts of mankind. Guess I will close or I may This stump is located in the center of the park of a small town, and worry some one. My address is: Hoquiam, Wash., is 12 ft. 6 in at the base and 8 ft. The tree from Box 934. Would appreciate a let4 in. at the top. this stump was 360 years old, ter from anyone. I remain, Yours 300 feet high, and contained Egbert Fish Norton. 30,000 board feet. , h ovefFat inter-count- 2avrEz B H It's Patriotic TO BUY EARLY 8 Prices are advancing. Our stock is complete and our prices low. by buying War Saving Stamps Make the quarters saved fight 20-ce- nt We have a full line of Sweater Coats, Outing Caps, Toques, Skating Sets, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves and when Buy now Over - Shoes our stock is exhausted your opportunity to save is" gone. Lend the Way They Fight. Buy Liberty Bonds To YourUtmost. KKgrXTZEZZZ3XXI3 JOHN ROBINS BBODH5AD f mtttmiiilimtmmmUithm nnimar"ku'" IT fcnrr MtVernon Sigha Fbiday, Let. it, 1916 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. S7BSCKIPTION ONE TEAK $I.O Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION I VOLUNTEER AS PATRIOTS FOR Carpenters 60c - Laborers 35c per hour LODGINGFREE The government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to build or lose from the State entirely the wonderful Camp Henry Knox, at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good name of the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose this great plant calling for an investment on the part of the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. Up to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It is now up to the men of Kentucky to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. Caoo An Act of Genera! Assembly X918 REl A TING TO PUBLIC ROADS of section That subsection Kentucky Statutes, Carroll'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 18 Goverment Work 4356X inter-count- y seat roads constructed under the provisions of this act shall be paid as follows: In counties having an assessed valuation of less than $5,000,000, seventy-live per cent shall be paid out of the State road fund and the remainder shall be paid by the county. ORDER ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FISCAL COURT, OCTO BER TERM, day of October, 19 18. 1st On motion of W. D. Mullins, Justice, seconded by Robert Evaas, 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 November, 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 tax for the purpose of construct- 10. MM CARPENTERS AND LABORERS WORKMEN MUST COME FORWARD! EMPLOYERS non-essentia- Wages are high and fixed by the Government. Carpenters 60 cents an hour. Laborers 35 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work ten hours each day, receiving pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (not compulsory) double pay for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals 30 cents each. Transportation free to laborers and charges are advanced to carpenters from any point in the State. The fair name of the old Commonwealth the Fourteenth State to be admitted in the Union is at stake in the National Capital and before the Country at large. NOTICE IMPORTANT ing and improving of the public roads and bridges, one or both, as the Fiscal Court of said county may direct. Said taxation to run a period of five .years and it is further ordered that no amount that can uot be raised by the levy in any one year shall be expended in that year. RESOLUTION. Whereas, it is resolved that in event that the 20 cents road tax is voted 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 Disis a levy now in force shall be omitted from the levy of 19 19; that the present rate of taxation upon the one hundred dollars shall be the same as at present Cam SANITARY CONDITIONS Are Of the BEST Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest point of land on the Illinois Central between Louisville and New Orleans. Camp Knox has one of the best health resorts in give up some of your men at once and If your work is advise them to go to Camp Knox. If the call for Volunteers is not heeded you may be requited to shut down completely. We do uot wish to do this by compulsion. This is no time for shilly shallying. We must have ACTION. The work is Vital, It is Imperative. Be a Volunteer and Go at Once. l, Men, Men and Mere Men To Save Kentucky ! This is an EMERGENCY necessitating drastic action if the call for volunteers is not heeded. When the order came from Washington telliug what Kentucky had to do to ave Camp Knox for the State. Federal Director Pratt Dale, of the United States Employment Service for Kentucky, immediately held a War Council of affiliated interest, composed of Major W. H. Radcliffe, Constructing Quartermaster at btithton; John Griffiths A Son Company, builders at Camp Knox for the Government, and O. L. Taylor, District Organizer of Kentucky, United States Public Service Reserve; Edward VV. Hines, State Chairman, State Council of l)e fense. Determined action was decided on. All Government mm ncies will be invoked to secure the necessary men. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentuck's need of men in this greatest of humanitarian war works housing our soldiers. Let it go out at ouce Preach it from the Pulpit. Shout the need from the housetops. Organize the Workers at once and report them to your nearest United States Employment Service or to your County Chairman, United States Public Service Reserve. the country. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF KENTUCKY man in the State, not engaged in other War Industries, volunteers his service at high pay, to help get tbis great permanent Kentucky camp ready for the brave boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billeted in tents at Camp Taylor and West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Washington and the Continental Army at Valley Forge If it is not your own sou who mlist be housed at Camp Knox this winter, it is the boy of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in the great fight for Freedom. Provided men do not volunteer for this well-paiand necessary patriotic work, it is the duty of every loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Employment Service just as they would a Hun Spy or an Army Slacker. Show them their Duty. Make them Volunteer. Take their places ! See to it that every able-bodie- d d trict. It is further resolved that the 20 cents road tax, which Muluns. J.R.CC. Freeman Ketron, J.P.K.C R. CAMP KNOX MUST Be Ready DECEMBER Before cold weather sets in, barracks at Camp Knox to shelter not less than 3o,ooo Array Boys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals '1 his is imperative. must be completed. can complete quarters for not Kentucky less than 5o,ooo soldiers and 3o,ooo animals in that time, if all work together. It is a job, all right, even for Kentuckianc, but it can be done, as Kentuckians never fail in what they undertake. Full-blooded IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP Georgia furnished 5.000 men to save its picric acid plant raistd them in two weeks Kentucky can do even better. Major Radcliffe says: "Every nail you drive, every brick you lay. every bit of real work done, will add to the growing load around the Kaiser's neck. The war won't wait!" Men and Women of Kentucky Do your duty for your Country and your Commonwealth and help us to Protect YOUR Boys. W. D. W D. J. - Mullins, J.P.R.C. Abney, J.P.RC. Evavs, J.P.RC. s- CSuv Liberty BoWb- Judge Cam Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. man-size- d please find check No 6449 for $1,489.33. Same being the balance of all money apportioned to your county previous o 1918." The I918 apportionment will be available in December. Your Dear Sir: Enclosed Communicate at Once With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICES At any of the Following Places Louisville, 525 W. Market St.; : County was apportioned $5,054- 00 for 16I8. From this must be first paid the cost of making the Federal Aid Survey in your county. The remainder can be ap plied to paying the state's share of the cost of State Aid Road woi k provided the county has complied with the requirements of iStatc Maintenance Law enacted at the last session of tbe Lexington, 129 Market St ; Covington; Paducah; Bowling Green; Middlesborough; Ashland; or to your Own County Chairman of the U. S. Public Service Reserve. PRATT DALE, Federal Director U S. Employment So vice. (Signed) FRANK L. McVEV, State Director, U. S Public Service Receive. E. W. HINES, Chairman Kentucky Council of Defense. Legislature. Yours truly, R. Wiley, Commissioner Public Roads. The proposed 20 cent road tax will not increase your rate of taxation but will furnish mean for completion of present roads under construction and aid to others in the county. Buy MORE Bonds A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good diges tion ? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take an occasional dose of Chamberlain's di- Liberty Bonds German Taxes Buy Liberty Bonos or V Tablets to strengthen your gestion. Price 25c. Buy MORE Bonds SINCERE GRATITUDE. Pursuant to a resolution passed Mrs. William Bell, Logansport, at its Special Term, of the RockInd., writes: "i deem it my duty castle Fiscal Court, Oct. i, 1918 to express my gratitude for tbe good Chamberlain's Colic and 1. the undersigned, Sheriff, will Diarrhoea Remedy did me when cause a poll to be opened in each I had a severe attack of diarrhoea of the respective voting precincs three years ago. It was the et Rockcastle County between the only medicine that relieved me." hours of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock pm on the 5th day of Buy MORE Bonds NOTICE ing precinct at the next general election to be held on the 5th day of November, 1918, for tbe purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters-- of said voting preJ. S. Langford, cinct upon said questiou. Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Attest: S. F. Bowman, Oct. 1, 1918. County Court Clerk. Buy Liberty Bonds . ROCKCASTL'fl COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on the 19th day of Angust, 1918, filed with the clerk of Rockcastle County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of voting Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in Rockcastle county, asking a submission el the question whether Buy Nov, 918, (or the purpose of submitting the question to the voters: Are you for a Property Tax of 20 ctnts on each $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 roads or bridges of said County, or either or both of them? 1 cattle or any specie thereof, 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 vot- SAVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE HUN. BUY BONDS. non) in Kock castle County asking. a submission of the question whether cattle, or any 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. 1918. for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting Precinct upon said question. Attest: S. F. Cowman. County Court Clerk. Liberty Bonos - ROCKCASTLE COUNT f COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on the 20th day of August, 1918 fll j with the clerk of Rockcastle County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of voting Precinct No. 1 (East Mt. Ver- - CASTORIA O&naren Or FG3 FLETCHER'S SUPPLEMENT MT, VERNON SIGNAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1918 : - "CS''s $'$ Js-- i ? &5!jiii I J I 'N.v J B y rn Af ifmtH " TiTh rB Fw'r 2flr Buy Liberty Bonds and Get hers to Buy Them m i mr, i.a eh A . :J When you have bought all the LIBERTY BONDS you possibly can don't let that satisfy you. " Do a little more for Uncle Sam. If s good training, too, for Turn in and be a Liberty Bond Talk to your friends aad neighbors about LIBERTY BONDS. Get them to buy also. Find out who hasn't bought LIBERTY BONDS and see if you can't persuade them to buy. salesman. i you in many ways, as well as a did piece of patriotism. splen- So remember, buy all the especially your friends and neighbors LIBERTY BONDS you can and then do all you can to make others buy them. someone else to buy is just as effective as though you bought it yourself. Every Liberty Bond you get That is the kind of citizen per cent kind. that Uncle. Sam wants the hundred L. w Vr Go to Any Bank Today and Buy Your Liberty Bonds This Space Contributed to Winning the War by ROCKCASTLE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE - . ilhc iu mkA,nirmmc rntgfci " ?aZ.-- . 'iwiimtm Ift vuttsos JNCLE SAM'S tii.'it signal, muLt 6crom n. m Children Cry for Fletcher's ble that the laboratory investigations bow being made through the National Research Council and the United Btites Hygienic Laboratory will furnish a more certain way in which Indl- U. S. Public Health Service Issues Tidual cases of this disease can be in this disease the number of white corpuscles shows little or no increase above the normal. It is possi- AliVICEM FLO 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. Official Health Bulletin on Influenza. 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 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. per-i&T- fis Just-as-good LATEST WORD ON SUBJECT. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props 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 Epidemic Probably Not Spanish In Origin Germ Still Unknown People Should Guard Against "Droplet Infection" Surgeon General Blue Makes Authoritative Statement. Washington, D. C ( Special.) Although King Alfonso of Spain was one of the victims of the influenza epidemic In 1893 and again this summer, Spanish authorities repudiate any claim to Influenza as a "Spanish" disease. If the people of this country do not take care the epidemic will become so widespread throughout the United States that soon we shall hear the disease called "American" Influenza. In response to a request for definite information concerning Spanish Influenza, Surgeon General Rupert Blue of the U. S. Public Health Service has authorized the following official inter- recognized." What Is the course of the disease? Do people die of it? "Ordlnnrily, the fever lasts from three to four days and the patient recovers. But while the proportion of deaths in the present epidemic has generally been low. In some places the outbreak has been severe and deaths have been numerous. When deuth occurs it is usually the result of a complication." What auses the disease and how z it spread? T.acterlolo;.'lsts who have studied influenza epidemics in lie past havr found In ninny of the cases a ven Small irerni railed, after it dis overer. I'feiffers bacillus. In othc cases of apparently t lie same kind el disease there were found pncuniococci the serins of lolmr pneumonia. S'il' by strep'o others have been cocci, and by others cems Willi Ions -I rod-slmpe- d Take no chance I Deposit your monev in the At Good- - Solid If you do not want to use it at once you can get interest on it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money. PEOPLES BANK Banking Institution. Mt. Vernon A as awn, "No matter what particular kind of the epidemic. It is now believed that inllueii'.a Is nlv. ity spread from person to person, the tielnji earned with the air Bloag with the very small droplets of inueus, expelled by couirl iim or NMCfttag forceful talking, ami the like by one who already has the j;erm.s of the disease. They univ also lie carried about In the air in the form of dust rawing from dried mucus, from fiinjklnf and sneezing, or from careless people who spit on the floor and on rhe sidewalk. As In most other catching diseases, a person who hos only a mild attack of the disease himself may give a very severe attack to others." What should be done by those who catch the disease? i "It is very Important that every who becomes sick with Infill nza should go home at once and go to bed. Tliis will help keep awuy dangem complications and will, at the snnie time, keep the patient from scattering the disease far and wide. It is htghij desliuble that no one be allowed to sleep In the same room with the patient, in fact, no one but the nurse should be allowed in the room. "If there Is cough and sputum or running of the eyes and nose, cure should be taken that all such discharges are collected on bits of gauze or rag or paper napkins and burneL If the patient complains of fever and headache, he should be given water to drink, a cold compress to the forehead and a light sjwne. Only such medicine should be given as is prescribed by the doctor. It is foolish to ask the druggist to proscribe and may be dangerous to take the 'safe, sure and harmless' remedies advertised by patent medicine manufacturers. "If the patient is so situated that he can lie attended only by some one who must also look after others in the family, It Is advisable that such attendant wear a wrapper, apron or gown over the ordinary house clothes while In the sick room and slip this off when leaving to look after, the others. "Nurses and attendants will do wolf, to guard against breathing in dangerous disease germs by wearing a simple fold of gauze or mask while near the jrerni car.S"s s country worth fighting for is a country worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue." "A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signs iture of ALWAYS Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds a- OlL&PM&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought view: What la Spanish Influenza? Is K something new? Does It come from Spain? "The disease now occurring In this country and called 'Spanish Influenza' resembles a very contagious kind of 'cold,' accompanied by fever, puins You Will Be the quality Pleased suitings and man of fash- with the perfect fit of your suit, tVel" of ike cloth ami its individual desiirn when orden d from Coughs and Sneezes xr-soi- Spread Diseases From "Over There" They tell us the only time "Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is oversowing with new. appealing overcoatings fabrics that will delight the young ion and make the business man look the part. your intimate inches with the skill that makes Prices extremely low. &3W IeSpTSkx As Dangerous Tailored to no mistakes. as Poison Gas Shells In the head, eyes, ears, back Our own Yanks ft have started them whistling. Let's back them up by subscribing to the .. Fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR or other parts of the body and a feeling of severe sickness. In most of the cases the symptoms disappear after three or four days, the patient then rapidly recovering. Some of the patients, however, develop pneumonia, or Inflammation of the ear, or meningitis, and many of these complicated cases die. Whether 'Spanish' Influenza Is this Identical with the epidemics of Influenza of earlier years is not yet known. "Epidemics of influenza have visited so-call- Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead S so-call- tBWaBTgPWTrafl'IIHMUIBi MM SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH Bank of Mt. Vernon IF AT ANY TIME VOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MjOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Binder, Silo or Cutter, Manure Spreader, Lime Spreader, Hay Bailer, Fertilizer, Pipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery within one day. Keep and can furnish you with repairs at them in stock once for anything 1 sell you. CALL ME AT LONDON, KY., OR Ky. SEE . ft. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Hills and AM T. G. MOREN Kinds of Farm Implements. LONDON, KY. Germany's Fourth . Offense Failed; Our Fourth Loan Must Not. C Buy Liberty Bonds - this country since 1647. It is Interesting to know that this first epidemic was brought here from Valencia, Spain. Since that time there have been numerous epidemics of the disease. In 1889 and 1890 an epidemic of influenza, starting somewhere In the Orient, spread first to Russia and thence over practically the entire civilized world. Three years later there was another flare-uof the disease. Both times the epidemic spread wide ly over the United States. "Although the present epidemic is 'Spanish Influenza,' there is no reason to believe that it originated in Spain. Some writers who have studied the question believe that the epidemic came from the Olfeai and they call attention to the fat that the Germans mention the disease as occurring along the eastern front In the summer and fall of 1917." How can "Spanish Influenza" be recognized? "There Is as ye! no certain way In which a single case of .Spanish Influ enza' can be recognized. On the oth er hand, recognition is easy when there is a group of wises. In contrast to the outbreaks of ordinary cough and colds, which usually occur in the cold months, epidemics of Influenza nuty occur at uny season of the year Thus the present epidemic raged most Intensely In Europe In May, June and July. Moreover, In the case of ordl nnry colds, the general symptoms (fever, pain, depression) are by n means as severe or us sudden In theli onset as they are in Influenza. Final ly, ordinary colds do not spreai through the community so rapidly o: so extensively as does Influenza. "In most coses n person taken sick with Influenza feels sick rather sud denly. He feels weak, has pains In tin eyes, ears, head or back, and may be Many patients feel sore all over. dizzy, some vomit. Most of the pa tlents complain of feeling chilly, am' with this comes a fever In which the temperature rises to 100 to 101. In most cases the pulse remains relatively slow. "In appearance one Is struck by the fact that the patient looks sick. His eyes and the Inner side of his eyelids may be slightly 'bloodshot,' or 'congested,' as the doctors say. There may be running ' from the nose, or there may be some cough. These signs of a cold may not be marked; nevertheless the patient looks and feels very sick. "In addition to the appearance and the symptoms as already described, examination of the patient's blood may aid the physician In recognizing 'Spanish Influenza.' for It has been found p patient." Will a person who has had Influenza before catch the disease again? "it Is well known that an attack of measles or scarlet fever or smallpox usually protects a person against another attack of the same disease. This appears not to be true of 'Spanish influenza.' According to newspaper reports the King of Spain suffered an attack of Influenza during the epidemic thirty years ago, and was again stricken during the recent outbreak In Spain." How can one guard against Influenza? "In guarding against disease of all kinds, it is important that the body be kept strong and able to fight off disease genus. This can be done by having a proper proportion of work, play and rest, by keeping the body well clothed, and by eating sufficient wholesome and properly selected food. In connection with diet, It Is well to remember that milk Is one of the best foods obtainable for adults as well as children. So far as a disease like Influenza Is concerned, health authorities everywhere recognize the very close relation between Its spread and overcrowded homes. While It Is not always possible, especially In times like the present, to avoid such overcrowding, people should consider the health danger and make every effort to reduce the home overcrowding to a minimum. The value of fresh air through open windows cannot be over emphasized. "When crowding Is unavoidable, as In street cars, care should be taken to keep the face so turned as not to inhale directly the air breathed out by another person. "It is especially important to of the person who coughs or sneezes without covering his mouth and nose. It also follows that one should keep out of crowds and stuffy places as much as possible, keep homes, offices and workshops well aired, spend some time out of doors each dav, walk to work If at all practicablein short, make every possible effort to breathe as much pure air as possible. "In all health matters follow the of your doctor and obey the regulations of your local and state health officers." "Covet up each cough and sneeze. If you don't you'll spread disease." all-arouhe-wa- re ad-ric- e 1 I WILL ON m Wagon, Wednesday, October 1 6 BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., AT MY HOME 1 On account of entering the service of the Y. M. C. A. in War Work MILE NORTH OF WILDIE property: ' Offer for sale the following personal 4 good Brood Mares, y 3 two-year-o- ld mules, 2 three year old mules, 3 mule colts, 1 2 Jersey cows, Red Heifers, 2 Some old corn, About 400 bales Hay, 1 Mowing Machine, two-year-o- ld red cow, Corn in field, J 1 two-hor- se J Disc Harrow, Cultivator, and Rake. J Section Harrow, All my Farming Tools, Harness and some household and kitchen furniture. NO BY BIDDING TERMS OF SALE: security. $10.00 and under cash in hand, over $10.00 a credit of 6 months (or more if agreeable), with approved $ptC2$$MJfaJK. QptCffiJtjQ$3ir , C. C. ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Williams L. W. BETHURUM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street MT.VEENON,KY. OFFICE.- - On acd. floor of j Bank of Mt. Vernon, on? Church St. Special atten Hon given collections. Jfy'QxP'tflp JK3yfCi9336 Buy MORE Bonds none 80 Buy MORE Bonds A Libeaty Bond Keeps Your Money in America and Sends Your Heart to the Front. W.B. SIGMON Buy Liberty Bonds - - Buy' Li berty Bonds " Buy Liberty Bonds - Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Buy MORE Bonds The person who borpair of rowed or deliberately carried off .t horse mules. See my cross cut saw, will please once if interested. bring it home. I need it. C. A. Davis, MH.Vernoc. R. L. McFerxon. fine young studs, and a For Sale: A good Jack, two six-year-o- Notice: ld ; 5 Mt. Vernon 79 The remains of Miss Mary blglialjPrice. who died in Cincinnati, were brought to Mt. Veroon last Mt. Vernon Ky, Oct 11. 1918 Sunday and buried Monday. Mr Kate Clifford and T. Court j ney, of Cincinnati, accompanied uo "No. 79 wno 7C, l want toComro amm with SIGNAL the remains. Dwight Bowman, who has been employed at the Grays Knox Mines, in Harlan county, as motorman, had bis thigh mashed last Monday, though not seriously Louisvk.Lt & Nashville R R Co. and will be able to return to his duty in a few days. He reports TIME TABLE. 6.57 pm the Flu very prevalent at that -- 2 nortn 3:47 am point. 24 nortn , . aMit.aaiAakaaMMiMltMtlMMtMfltHtHlMtttWt"! 1 fHsHf!fHHfHtffffffffHffffff :?:::: : !?:::: tft f tts.t 111 1 1 5 . II . BROWN I HOPE WELL IMWWra James fi V. For g Evans, daughter K HHMAP FREE! Weak Shephard Sunset Magazine sa WAR September Issue, A 19 18. Right Here Am - scription, beginning with . increases its rates to 20c per copy on news stands and $2.00 per yearly sub- LAST CHANCE Tbe Court et Appeals has 12:13 a m affirmed the decision of the lower 21 South in the case of Mrs. Maggie J as. Landrtjm, Agent. court MuUins against the L. & N., who Phone No. 8. was given judgment for $5,000 Entered t the Mt Vernon, Kr. Postooe for the death of her husband, m lil matter. as stcond-cias- t Frank Mullins, who was Killed by a train tear Mullins Station about two years ago. 23 south 11:55 am just moved from the tunnel right into the middle of town Just plain old BILL BROWN to subscribe to SUNSET Magazine at the old price of $1 .50 per year and receive a Urge Liberty War Nap of the Western Battle Front, FREE This remarkable offer is open to all whose subscriptions will be received at this olice up to August 15th, 1913. Subscribe befoie this date and save the price of TWO THRIFT STAMPS birds with one stone" the Government Bring your Produce and come to see me. I Will Pay You Highest Price. Mrs. Barnes is seriously ill with fever. Married. October 3rd, Mr. Sadie Cromer and Miss of George Delia Robert Evans Mr. and Mrs. Ray me and Mrs. Charles Carmical spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wallen. -Robert Fletcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher, is very sick Earnest Barnes was the guest of his cousins, Miss Cleo and Vtrna Kirby, Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Livesay speni Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Livesay. Miss Cleo aud Vina Kirby spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Charley Bethurum. Jerry Rash has fever. Buy Women K 0 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-effec- ts. 2 3 s Liberty Bqnos" .- - BUY WM- LIBERTY BONDS Mr Jack Carne died Wednes day night at his home in Pine The Hill, of Spanish Influenza will be taken to Trenton, remains Tenn. his old home, today, for burial. The deceased was married several years ago to Miss Itose McFerron, to which union one son was born. Besides the wife and son, the father and mother and one brother is left to mourn his death. Gus Staverson, one of our best farmers, has spent considerable time latbly traveling over the county. He says the corn crop of the county is very poor, not more than half what is was last year. Mr. Staverson urges every farmer to sow wheat, even tbo he does not sow more than a half bushel and has to put that in Mr. Staverson is with a spade right and tbe outlook for the bread situation in 191 9 demands that the suggestion made by him be carried into effect . The pie supper that was given at the Union Ridge School house Oct. 2nd was well worth while. We were fortunate in having Judge L. W. Beth u rum with us who spoke in behalf of the Fourth Liberty Loan and proved to be a great inspiration that night in Grider Barnett the meeting. was our most efficient auctioneer rnd we think he played his part perfection, since we raised $32 45 Had a splendid crowd and every- thitig went off quiet and the few hours were enjoyed by both young and old. Buy si mil ::::.;.;;:;::;.;:; W.H.BROWN if lillllifif "Kill twi Help liilliiliililfililiiiiit and Yourself. SUNSET MAGAZINE BACK THE FIGHTING MEN WITH THE FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. Buy SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA Interesting Letter From FRED McFERRON P E R 80 U 1 Few personals are obtainable owing to the quietude et the com Liberty Bonds-- - munity. Mrs. John McKenzic will return to Lexington today. FOR FRESH The editor and his entire family are in bed with the Flu. Elmer Perciful was at Harlan during the week to see his brother, Bradley. Mrs Oscat Wullen and children have returned from a few days bTOceries see stay at Crab Orchard. What about your loyalty and pride':' If you can do and have not bow do you feel about it? J. T. Meadows, who has been promoted to tie inspector will soon leave Mt. Vernon and locate eitber at Kebanou or Lebanon UMiillins 1 MILES EAST OF ORLANDO On Cooksburg Read Junction. Arthur Wallen, vice pres. Eng land Mathews Range Co , of Col umhus, Obit), is visiting his sis ters, Mesdames Alice Tate an J.F. Griffin. LOCAL Arbuckle Coffee Buy MORE Bonds Reader, take the matter home to yourself, btudy the subject of roads and lend yon r aid. Vote road tax, which fjr the upon what you puts no increase are already paying in way of taxation 20-ce- nt Liberty Bqwds FLU. creek, died today of typhoid pneumonia. The Signal has done its best considering the ration's malady .J, Jerry Rash, of Scaggs Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Hilton a fine baby boy Tuesday night. Our County Agent can tell you what good roads have done for the country. Quiet reigns supreme in our town whilst the bacillus influenza of Pfeiffer works its way. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Miller are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby, born last week. JSo many are afflicted with the 'Spanish Influenza," - "Three-Da- y Fever" "The Flu" that the names cannot be published. The fact that automobiles were used last Sunday for the Liberty Loan Campaign will be no excuse for using them next Sunday. Mrs. Evans, mother of Geo. Do you wish to see Dixie HighRobeit and Tom Evans, died way and Boone Way. completed ? Tuesday at her home near Hans Read article, in another column, ford, of the infirmaties of old age. on Rockcastle and her roads. - Buy Uberty Bonds $11,100 Livingston reported bond sold this week and more Avoidance of Contagion yet to follow. Livingston can Surgeon General Gorgas, of the always be depended upon to do U. a. Army issues the following her part. recommendations for avoidance A tine boy baby, arrived Wed of contagion: nesday to gladden the hearts of Avoid needless crowdery; in- Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Fenzel. fluenza is a crowd disease. The mother was Miss Verna your cough and Smother Welch before her marriage. sneezes; others do not want the The medical staff are to be germs which you throw away. highly commended for their ener Your nose, not your mouth, getic work. They have turned was made to breathe through. their attention from the Govern Get the habit. ment's service to relieve the people A clean mouth, a clean skin, The County is far short of its and clean clothes. quota, on the Fourth Liberty Try to keep cool when you Loan. walk and warm when you ride you satisfied to let the or sleep. Are County drop behind ? Open the windows always at of Sherman Mason night; at the office when practicaThe remains who died of pneumonia resulting ble. Your fate Jmay be in your own from influenza at Camp Taylor, first of the week, were brought bands; wash your hands before to M t. Vernon and buried in the eating. Buy MORE Bonds McClure cemetery. FLU RAGING. The epidemic of Influenza is ragirg in Rockcastle. In Mt. Vernon there are over a hundred cases. Brodhead the first sect.on to be hit reports almost as many. Livingston has fewer cases Throughout the county there are many cases ana every aoctor in the county is kept going day and night. Some lew have pulled through without any serious trouble, but the majority have Four deaths been very sick. have been reported. Two out et the Denny family at Biodhead, Jack Carne at Pine Hill and a son of Al Adams, of the Quail section. The last two namtd were in the service and were at home on furloughs when taken sick. The Adams boy came in last Friday night from Camp Tay lor. Those who have had any experience with "Flu" had bet. ter learn now that it is a tough proposition. In Mt. Vernon we have a number very sick, but none in a serious condition. f Buy Liberty Bonds a a :::?:?;" Mitt it Mi D RUMOR '5 CASH GROCERY STORE A buy XUBERTY BomsV Drummo nd's LIVINGS TON a Buy MORE Bonds CA8T.O.BIA Uhildten'Off FLEICHEtVS FOR WEAR OUR OLD CLOTHES AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS! Somewhere In Prance Aug. 20, 1918. Dear Mother: It has been some time since I - Buy Liberty Bonds heard from you and I have not wrote for some Food Administration enjoying good time, the lam still health and seeing Sugar has advanced and will the thing that you read about at All Druggists, 75c. have to be sold for 11 or 11' cts home. I am on a different secHall's Family Pills ter consti per pound. This will, in all tor now. pation cases, give the merchant 1 cent I see in the paper where the Buy MORE Bonds per pound profit over and above draft age has gone up to forty-fiv- e what it cost to put it in his sta MAPLE GROVE HONON ROLL and I am glad in a way, for tion. Drayage and cost of hand- if it takes that many men to win, grade Cretia Proctor, Milling must come out of this 1 cent let them come, and I am sure dred Proctor. profit. Any customer being there will not be a man but what 2nd grade Marguerite Owens, All Druggists WA charged more than 1 1 cent per wishes he had come sooner when Sallie Proctor. I. TO pound for sugar, will please re- he sees what the Boch have done 3rd grade Sallie Gibson, Lillie port the case, with the name of to France. The French like the Gray, James Steward. the merchant selling the sugar. Americans very much and the 4th grade Lula Gibson, Hazel Merchants can get Corn Meal little villiages are glad to have a Owens, Maggie Clifford, Elbert NOTICE. Certificates from the Signal office bunch of Yankees come to their Allen. The pie supper to be given at These certificates can be signed town for a stay, for we spend, as 5th grade Lucy Gray, Maxie Scaffold Cane school house, Satby the farmers who haven't their they call it (Bu Cu) plenty of Head, Effa Leger, Rosa Clifford. urday night, Oct. 2th. has been own corn ground, and the mer money. Hiram Gibson. called off until Saturday night,' chant can then sell them flour I spend some time every day The proceeds from our pie Oct. 26th, on account of Liberty, without substitutes. learning a little French girl how supper Oct. 3rd. was $45.90. Loan and influenza. Some merchants are charging to count and she thinks its great. Buy Liberty Bower Belle Jones, Teacher. too much for flour, meal and Hope you all had a fine crop and Federal and State aid is with -- C Buy Liberty Bonds mill feed. Flour and meal should plenty of fruit. us. Don't let us throw it away For Sale: A ijood Jersey be sold for not more than lo per I will tell you about one little by lukewarmness or inattention. J cow 7 years old. cent, profit over and above the F town somewhere in France that 1 worn ana ngnt ior oetter roads J. T. Meadows. 0. B. price at the station of the have seen, what the Boch do to which will lead to better times. MORE Bonds retailer. The Government has make the French want to fl e from ruled that the retailer shall have one town to another. As the a:r a profit of not more than $4. 00 to raids come, the the people stick $4 50 per ton of mill feed sold in to their homes and take a chince less than ton lots. This feed can en being missed. As we entered be bought from $2 to $2 25 per the town I noticed it was located Entirely Free from hundred pounds F. O. B station on a river or canal which wa? Catarrh of the Stomach Gave of retailer, and from 20 to 25 cts nearly hidden with foliage which "Pruna has positively done for per hundred pound bag is all the made it very bemtiful As we me what many dmlori (ailed to do. I have been time and again Relief profit that the Government will moved on I saw where a bomb compelled to take to my bed for days. The first bottle of Peruna two-storpermit. gave relief and while I always dwelling had struck a keep It in the house for emergH. T YOUNG, and the only thing left was on encies, I conaider myself entirety free from catarrh of the atomaea. Rockcastle County Food corner and close by all the roofs which I sufWrites the troubleso from before talcing long fered for Administration. were caved iu and wiudow ehss this remedy." Mt. Vernon, Ky. broken for two blocks, yet the Mr. M. ViaBorm, Engineer. Uaold T Tablet F R. & L Ry.. 17 Highland St, Grand 814 Buy MORE Bonds people were still living on what Rapids. Mich. Ask Tear Dealer Rockcastle has been placed np they had left. It looks very bad to see a sold on the map by her work in high off but way building. Let s Keep jner ler with his arm or limb there by completing the roads un it is very much worse and more dertaken and add others as time brutal looking to see a woman or a child going around on crutches, passes. It can be done. vet with a smile. I may over estimate things but 1 will say that the war will be over in the spring and not longer than fall. I mean over too, over in Germany, if they don't want to stop before we get another good To farmers in Central and South- whack at them. CAN ftOVV EaT AND SLEEP ern Kentucky at a low rate of in I talked to prisoners that lived DEBTS COLLECTED IN COMFORT. teres1,. Easy and attractive pay in the U. S and they iy there is Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds ments with the privilege of paying If troubled with indigestion or collected anywhere in the world. No no more use now for the States off all or any part of loan at any have their men over here, which sleeplessness you should read charges unless we collect. Reference time. Farmers National Bank. Write us We will help you pay for all the all Germany believed they could what Miss Agnes Turner, ChiMay 'iCillectitu Agency, Suienet, Ky. farm land you wish to buy. If never land ore-hal- f the men they cago, 111., has to say; Overwork, i Office: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. you are in debt or need monev to started with, and they say the irregular meals and carelessness retire your lein notes we would be U boat has failed, and there is no regarding tbe ordinary rules of glad to explain, hope for my country, one of them health, undermined it until last PROPERLY FITTED fall I became a wreck of my said I must close for this time. Will former self. I suffered from DISTRICT MANAGER GLASSES write you often now for a while. continnal headache, was unable Farm Loan Department Union AT THE RIGHT TIME to digest my food, which seemed Oceans of love to you all. Central Life Insurance Co is of Alfred V. McFerron, to lay as a dead weight on my 802 Security Trust Bldg., LexingGreatest lmporiancc. stomach. I was very constiAmer. Exp. Forces, ton, Kentucky If your eyes are showing any depated and my complexion beCare Chief Signal Officer fects now is the time to see came dark, yellew and muddy as Buy MORE Bonds With the immense benefits al- I felt. Sleeplessness 'was added DR. MOORE. The ready derived from our roads yet to my misery, and 1 would awake Cox Building, Mt. 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Do the LIBERTY BONDS you have bought look big enough to you to make good the trust that our soldiers are reposing in you? If not, hurry and buy more while there is yet time. Hurry, in God's Name, Hurry ! Wmmm fau3 GO TO ANY BANK TODA Y AND BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS This Space Contributed to Winning the Wan by T. F. Warren W. M. Poynter W.A.Cox W. A. McKenzie W. H. Brown P. Q. Griffin Chas. C. Davis T. J. Nicelcy Geo. Griffin Cam Mullins L. W. Bethurum R. G. Webb Lee J. Webb R.&EB.Cox IVLJ.ltailler W. J. Sparks C. C. Williams J. P. E. Drummond Sutton & McBee I H. Davis