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VERJS'OX, 1 COUNTY, KY FIUDAY, OCTOBER 18 ill - gl 1 W 1 ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE 1918 NUMBER 4 leading part in the campaign for Red Cross Help volunteers to prepare the quarFlu Infected Districts ters for soldiers. "If it is not your son who must be housed at Cities and towns needing nurses Camp Knox this winter," the call reads, "it is the boy of some and hospitals supplies to care other mother all of them train- for influenza cases among civiling to protect our hherty in the ians must make their needs great fight for freedom Provided known through their local health the men do uot volunteer for officier and local Red Cross Chap ter and not apply direct to Red Effect a Voluntary Call Cross division headquarters. Influenza Card Kentucky women to report them The same procedure holds Quarantine Themselves to the nearest United States Em- - good for military schools estabn n nT n 1U,) lllllll Cr'i,'Q JUOl 10 thuU lished in colleges which may be inc QC ."VJ would a SAVING OF ONE LIFE WORTH TROUBLE slacker." Hun spv or an army stricken with the epidemic. This statement was issued at It is to the women of the Lake Division headquarters this State to show the men that it is afternoon as a result of the conBread-Winne- rs Be Permitted Should their duty to volunteer for work fusion arising among civilian Only at Camp Knox and to take their population and student soldiers Leave Home ; Others Should Be Isolated- - places during their absence neediug nursing care and sup All of the organizations inter- - plies. Quarantine has been ordered come iu contact with the patient ested in the construction of If local Red Cross resources The exact rules of quarantine Camp Kncx have agreed upon throu the United States Public and public health resources are Health Service in many places given each placarded house follow C. C. Quinlan as director of not adequate, local health officers thruout tbe country, and it is "All cases must be rigidly iso- - emergency employment and the can get help from Division Red hoped Rockcastle will not wait lated for a period of ten days from details of organizing the State Cross headquarters it their state but act at once to help curb the onset of the disease, or until and procuring work me 1 are in boaids of health request it. spreading of the disease. Let such time as the patient has en- - his hands. All chapters have been proevery citizen etlect a quarantine tirely recovered from any compliBuy MORE Bonds vided with full instructions as ag tinst influenza and that at once, cation of the disease light now. The loss of a single Clarence to procedure,of relationship with Letter family Must Be Isolated local boards health and with life is more than worth the "All members of a family in .Rickels the division headquarters. MeanImmediate action is which there is a known or sus- trouble. while the Lake Division is still Somewhere in France. , wli .t is need- d and not a consid- case of influenza shall be Dear mother and all: sending "nurses and hospitial eration If you only have a very1 igolate( until fcliA rpnnrpri'. W . rf I guess you think I have for supplies direct to military camps V'..-.- . ...W. fc,..v i jiu case u may iiinrciunreis nuu f said case, provided that bread- quickly as requisi be the cause oi a aeatn. ine winners and wage earners may gotten you entirely but i have almost as New requisiI have been in the hospi- tions are received. not. public should do their part and on hand from Camp not wait to be forced to do so. long as. they do not come in con- tal two months and am getting tions are along fine, only I can't use my Taylor, Sherman and Buell. Don't be smart or ignorant in so tact with the patient until such AH graduates and practical serious a matter. Do not be patient is officially discharged by hand. I expect to be out in a few weeks. I was only slightly nurses are again urged to comafraid of the disease but do every- the health department " wounded so don't worry about municate with their nearest Red thing you can to avoid contractThe rules that have been given me. I have not got any mail Cross chapter for assignment. ing the disease, thus prevent its concerning the plac- from you for quiet a while. I Chapters have received full spreading If you become in- in Lonisville arding of houses and apartments guess 1 will get a bunch of them instructions how to carry out a fected make it a special duty not follow: in a few davs. 1. lost most of survey of their local nursing reto do anything that will likely "In case of a private residence my letters upon the front, but 1 sources and all nurses are resnread the disease: always re- influenza placard is to be placed hung on to a couple of yours I peatedly be'.ng urged not to go member the death that may result from your direct neglect, and in a prominent place at the front think we will all be at home this out on any influenza alignments time next year. How is Anna without some authorization from sometimes by actual ignorance of of tne house, what you are doing. Let us be "Incase of apartment houses, and her husband 'getting along? the Red Cross This is to enable Fine I hope. Say mother what the Red Cross to keep a constant plain spoken and c reful about placard the apartment only, is the matter with Clyde ? He inventory of the number and "In case of rooming houses, the matter. Read careful a cir-- 1 cular that has been distributed where the case is separated from never writes to me. I wrote him kind of nurses available. With through the post office, issued other roomers, placard the door a letter two months ago and never out this ivnentory, according to got any answer. Tell him to the statement from division headby Rupert Blue, burgeon General, of the room only. bread-winnein "In case of hotels, where the write and all the rest write me quarters, confusion will result. In Louisville houses placarded for influerza case is separated from other also. Just think :f you were Today's instructions to Rep are peimitted to leave the house, roomers, placard door of the room over here alone, you would like Cross chapters from James L. to hear from us at home. Well, on conditions that he has not only." Fieser, chairman of the division mother I will have to close for Committee on influenza, suggest this time, so be sure and answer that local chapters organize soon and don't worry about me groups of lay women to augment to Labor Camp alright. Just one for I am the professional nursing forces if place under my arm and about instructions, necessary. The Emergency Causes Summary possibly so.ooo men with stable twelve places on my back. Tell however, point out that the orNotice From Authorities At accomodation ior 30.000 ammais. father to write to his son once in ganization of such women should This is the present patriotic de awhile 1 would love to see all include only those who are, Washington. termination. the folks at home. So good bye. through some previous training Your loving son, Pratt Dale, Federal Director of DRAFT May CONE IF VOLUNTEERS FAIL or experience, qualified for memthe United States Employment Clarence Rickels. bership in this important auxili166 U. S. Inf. issued a State Wide Calls Sent Out To Service immediately ary force. public notice, sent broadcast Co. C. American Ex. Forces Lend Aid For Speeding Up - Buy Liberty Bonds throughout Kentucky. telling Via New York. Work, Buy MORE Bonds just what the state was up against He called a meeting fof various pee FLnaErs State wide calls have gone out interests, including John Griffiths to save Camp Henry Knox at & FOR FLETCHER'S Son Company, builders of the Stithton for Kentucky. The auBuy MORE Bonds have Camp for the government, Major thorities at Washington W. H. Radclirr, constructing served notice on Kentucky that quartermaster in charge, and orif they cannot' produce the necganized an intensive campaign essary laborers to complete the des timed to reach every work at Stithton before cold that is city and hamlet of Kentucky. weather sets in the permanent AUTHORITY FOR DRAFT. artillery camp, representing an , investment of probably $20,000.-000"Every man and every busiwill be withdrawn from the ness organization," said Mr. Dale state entirely. "must realize that this is an emerhear the Battle Hymn of the Immediately upon receipt of gency that calls for immediate Republic, and I have "Oh, boy, where do we these advices the state officials action. Under the authority go from here?" I lauh, with a got busy and are sending out given us from Washington if tight feeling in my throat. K "n N fancy I "r see them all individuals and busi- the men in sufficient numbers do calls to 1 winding Lean, lithe, tanned, swinging ness organizations, pointing out not volunteer their services we up the white boys. The whites of their eyes of roads our are clear, their skins glow. Lord, the emergency and frankly de- must draft them from the nonFrance, the fresh life of them! claring that if Kentucky carpen- essential industries It is up to boys. The fair On, on, through aisles of plana youth of our and laborers do not volun- the employers of laborers thru ters trees. Sometimes a boy turns land, flung ine to this hell- his head westward. What's he teer for the work, a forcible out Kentucky immediately to thinking of as he nears the Hell both because of the damnable men in their employment draft must be mane effective at on earth! Folks back home. vanity of one man with. six He isn't thinking in terms of sons. once on nonessential industries. with women and recommend their Liberty Bonds. He's just sort of What has the Kaiser given e mployes to enter the service at wondering if we're going to ULTIMATUM ISSUED! but words? ' stick behind him. checker-boar- d fields Camp Knox.' I see the Work at Camp Kf ox has dragof France, unhappy France, and God, we are, boy! Major W.H. Radcliff, constructour own marching up the road. BEFORE only way we can ged for lack of men and winter I can hear voices floating back is to buy bonds. ing quartermaster at Camp Knox, to me. Familiar phrases! time is now approaching with You are giving your life. has also app ealed to the people of What the devil do we care about "You thousand of the soldiers still iu You'll get your our dollars? Kentucky tovclunteer for service. t "Old Scout!" cott'ee and slum if we have to tents at Camp Taylor and West "You betchaP "Every nail you drive," says pawn the shirts off our backs. L "Treat 'em rough!" Point. The ultimatum is that That's the way we feel today. Major Radcliff in a ringing mes Never you doubt it. barracks to hold not less than sage to workmen, "every brick songs. Six billion dollars! HEAR I hear 30,000 men and stables for 15 000 you lay, every bit of real work Will we giye it! Wait and Yankee Doodle sung as it see! never sung before. I be completed by rimals must mi done, will add to the growing Decabtr: 1 . It is the around the Kiser's neck To Why Not Quarantine For "Flu" In Rockcastle On thePublic To Post We c. c. US f FSeI II 1 ! I IFTIII 1 I'M c ox 1 3 II IL! 1 1 ' 11H11 IM!" I !' . j C":"i VJ-- I1 fr To J Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy v - From gga - ..... cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging a radiator. sfcjai Hieh fuel prices seal -the doom of extravagant., -- vou s?v5"5""W fiiftl wastino- - hftatinjr nlnnts. It." want a oer- V:-- . fectly heated home and greatly reduced fuel bills you will invest in mf.'y 1: "5 .Tiil-Vr- .f What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that .. .. . m? I :C ffiVf m ww m&. ..'. 3 :yujj: .At ?':' 'a. . a: m j sp;- -j Cole's Original AND BRIGHT. J?: Hot Blast Heater BURNS CHEAPEST COM. CLEAN USES ANY FUEL - '"v i P ifa&s ':. j It will sav tfi nation millions to fuel money this winter. Act now. No. Ill Order Not To Burn Leaves TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Collector's Office, Danville, Ky , Oct. 14th, who 19 18. rs have In order 'that those To protect the health of the income and prohts taxes to pay public, it is hereby ordered by may prepare themselves in ad. the Board of Health of Rockvance for the large payments and Needed Save j KnoxtorState castle County, that all persons within the corporate limits of Mt. Vernon be required i"JOT TO BURN LEAVES, but collect all leaves on their premises and in front of their property to the center of the street and remove and cover same with dirt. It is recommended that all leaves be put on gardens and to accumulate gradually the fund necessary to meet them Collector of Internal Revenue, John W. r Hughes calls attention of ihe to advantage of purchasing now Treasury certificates of indebtedness bearing 4 per cent, interest aud maturing July 15th, tax-pave- scribed, in payment of income and profits tax taxes when payable at or before maturity of the certiri cates. "It is the aim of the Government to make the floating of this issue of certificates of indebtedness a popular one' said Collector Hughes and it will be to the advantage of those (whose taxes are measured in compari-tlvelsmall amounts as well as the large corporations and wealthy persons to particulate .n the purchase of these inpreg liable securities." i9r8. The Collector has been advised bv the Secretary of the Treasury that certificates of this issue will be accepted at par, with adjustment of accrued interest, under rules and regulations to be pres- - covered. It is also ordered that all weeds and rubbish on and in front of property to center of the street be removed This Oct. 16, I9I8. Cam Mullins These certificates may be purchased at the federal Reserve Bank or at any bank or trust They are in denomicompany nations of $500, $looo, $sooo, $lo,ooo, and $100,000. Children Cry Children Cry CASTORI A OA3TORIA Walker Owens A. G. Lovell. Members of Board. A. G. Lovell, Secretary. 3 DON'T BURN LEAVES. Don t burn leaves during the influenza epidemic". Health Officer Peters ordered Monday. Lend the Way They Right. Buy Liberty Bonds To Yo u r U t m est. KgHZXt r j "Bury them. They make good fertilizer." "Those who are ill from Ir i tQCI't ph- t t t,IIIS silfftii3 jrJHtfrar Wj r$MWd B goose-pimple- s. 8 b the purest air possible. Persons who bum leaves depriving their are stricken fellow citizens of pure air and thus endangering their lives. fluenza are entitled to 8 -- dis-plae- r,Good citizens will refrain from burning leaves All citizens must." STOVES d, nl ( BRONICHAL TROUBLE. Mrs. A. E. Sidenberger, Rock-fielInd., states: "For an attack of bronchial trouble which usually assails me in the spring I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only thing that gives me relief. After using it for a few days all signs of bronchial trouble disappears." Buy MORE Bonds RANGES and Sec 9JOHN ROBINSS I Uk Kem BBODHBAD Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S SP1GLR I A hSUZXii i JXZ4IXI t tXZIZBK A 72&ZL2& Mt Vernon SignallI INT IICM7A HCATUO Kin I I IO Lt-r-V Friday, T IN ROCKCASTLE every Friday Published Nl-M THE WESTERN FRONT AT HOME Earn and give. For a year the younp people of America have been conched in thrift. Instead of the old problem In the arithmetic book, "If Mary's mother gave her three apples. Jane gave her two, and she ate one, how many would she have?" the third erode girl Is now sent to the blackboard to solve, "How many Thrift stumps at 25 cents apiece will Mary own at the end of 12 months If she saves 10 cents n week?" The girl In the grade above her Is learning In her nrlthmetic lesson how many Thrift stamps it takes to buy the yum for 500 helmets for the soldiers In France. Still farther on the eighth grader Is told to figure in terms of War Savings stamps how much It costs to supply a regiment of Uncle Sam's men with shelter tents. And now the Earn and Give club of the younger girls of the Young Women's Christian association Is organized to turn those Thrift lessons Into Oct. 18, 1916 r by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YBAK $I.O Advertising rates maue known on application MEMBER OP t. Vernon. JOHN BOYD CAKNK. Tine Hill, MRS. DOLPH Ml LLIS, Pine Hill, MRS. LUVADI I .) AN ami child, Mt. Vernon, WILLIE PAYNh Freedom section. W. H. KRUEGrR, TAX NOTICE Last Call Nov. 1 In Your Voting KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Deaths Elsewhere cf Rockcastle Citizens HIATT CRAWF )RD, Indianapolis ALLEN SMITH. Rattle Ship New Jersey, Precinct Friday Saturday Mullins Station a a n 2 6 7 Livingston the Signal speaks to the pub lie at this trying time, such as we e passing through in the Influa-- It is with much feeling that enza Epidemic .and whilst it is im- p sible to mention the names of the affected ones in the coutty, we extend our good wishes to all who have suffered, ar.d hope that the disease will abate rapidly, and HIATT CRAWFORD that no further deaths will occur. We ourselves have suffered and Our Soldier Boy know Jits effect. We extend our Hiatt Crawford was the first sympathy to the bereaved who of our town boys to be brought have had the misfortune to loose home in his casket, wearing the their loved ones uniform of his Country. His death touched the depths of this D community's emotions. The whole respected Lee Carson, I3 years old, young- community honored, est son of Mr. and Mrs W. A. and loved this soldier boy. They Carson, died at 6:45 o'clook Tues- shared with the family their day morning with influenza. Lee pride in him. He belonged to had never been strong physically the highest type of young Ameri and had been a sufferer for many years with astnma and doubtless Much sympathy is felt for the had some tubercular trouble and bereaved ones. There are verv On the 14th October, the disease proved to much for few families in town or In this Krueger died atofhis bone, in1918, W. H this town, Ins run down condition and after vicinity that have escaped the after an illness of only a few days oi ... lnil whidhaung piague, apamsn mnu- several days of intense suffering ITln anAomin OUU .!, MU vfiuvmiv rA IUV SllUUOUtOi) enza."ss is so fatally sweeping our finally succumed to it. He was of it has been felt in many country y a bright boy, a favorite of the homes.- Dr V E. Craveley is Will Krueger. as he was familiarly . "we w u Mt uw") loui, auKi family and every body likvd him. conuaeu 10 nis oea now witn It. t ""ii country with his parents in 1883, this years ago his parents He was a member of the Chris- and the first of last week Dr. W and twenty-sevelocated in this place which has been his at- F. Carter was confined several home ever since. He grew up here with tian church and a regular tendant both of church and Sun- days with it. The doctors and our boys and became one of them. He was a favorite anions his associates and day School and will be grtatly druggists are kept very busy playmates. He attended the public and missed by his many young friends and in f ict a half dozen doctors high school here, and afterwards was a student in Center College, Danville, and associates. In many re could not have answered all the Kentucky, and later attended the Law spects this was one of the saddest calls that came to town. We feel, school in Louisvills, Kentucky, and was admitted to the practice of the law funerals we ever attended, and however, that the worst of the in January 1911. October the 12th, 1911, what made it more so was the epidemic has been reached and he married Miss Mary Cecil, of Dublin, Virginia, who survives him. To them small number that was able to that conditions will soon settle was born one son, Fritz, who is now attend, and so many of his little back to their normal state. Last four years old and an exceedingly brinht and lovely little boy. Besides friends were unable to attend Sunday was the first and only his wife and little boy he leaves his either because of sickness or the time within our memory that no father, Fritz Krueger, Sr , and two brothers, Fred and August, who are scare of the disease. The re- bells were heard at the different residents of this place and successful mains were buried at the Chris- churches, and there was no pub- business men. His mother died about twelve years ago. tian church cemetery Wednes- lic worship in town Guy RobWill Krueger was a talented and suc day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock erts, who is stationed at West cessful professional and business man. oeongmem, oi after short services by his pas- Point wac at hnm a few Ha.ifuuA n.aa lne.UV.II his usefulprospects cutw Mm j Vs AW" " liim whnn life was 1W1V. WUU tor, Elder L N. Bowling. Besides on account of the death of his short. He was a strictly sober, moral to his friends and idolized his father and motner be is sur- brother, Roy Edd man, devotedHe joined the Presbyterian Roberts. his family. vived by one sister, Miss Eila Car. Smith, of the Hiatt section re- church at this place when it was organson, Matron flof a school at ceived a message Wednesday ized about twenty years ago. W. Va., and four broth- morning that his son, Allen Smith At a meeting of the Bar of Mt Ver1918. and who recently volunteered his ser- non, on the 17th October had: the folers, Blain, Givens. Gus lowing proceedings werd Wayne. Blaine and Givens are vice to his country and was in The members of the Bar met in the of Uncle Sam and the Navy, died at with pneu- Court House and were called to order in the service by Judge G. M. Ballard who stated the could net reach here in time for monia. It is thought that his object of the meeting when Judge L. was elected chairman, and W. the funeral, as was the case with body will we shipped here for T. J.Bethurum secretary. The chairman Niceley, Miss Eila. Mr. and Mrs. Carson burial bub nothing definite has then appointed C, C. Williams, H.J. McClure and J.W. drown, a committee, and the entire family have the been learned about it up to the to prepare and present resolutions exsympathy of their many friends present (Wednesday evening). pressing the sense of the meeting upon Mrs.. Allen was a fine young man and the death of W. H Krueger, who rein this sad bereavement ported the following which were unaniH. H. Hutcheson, of Middlesboro, had many friends here who are mously adopted: Whereas. It has pleased the Judge has been the guest of her sister, grieved to learn of his sudden of the quick and the dead to remove Gravely recently. Mrs. W. K. death, and much sympathy is from among us our friend and a brother Mrs. Frank Baker and children, felt for his father, brother and member of this Bar W. H. Krueger, it, of Winchester, were here a few sisters who survive him. Cash- therefore beWe Resolved: that in the recognize Firs, days ago the guest of their uncle, ier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were death of W. H. Krueger, a lawyer of ability and much John Robins and family. Three in Stanford Tuesday having den- taken from among uspromise hasto been and taken that deaths have been reported in the tal work done. Mr. and Mrs. great high Court where soon, we too, last few days from Flu in the Chas. Brown recently moved must all appear.extend to his bereaved Second, We his iggins settlement. A small from Quail and are occupying: the widow, (ntlin. youthful son, his heart-1...' 1...A.I. ..... auu lnl.A. uiutvcu urubueia .....1 ouiei child of Levi Denny, a young man bouse owned by Miss Isabelle relativesittLiici, uo sincere sympathy our most son of Bill Newell and the wife Martin. Mr. Brown is braking for Third, Tbat we request that these on the Gov the Louisville & Nashville on this resolutions be spread at large Circuit of James Spooramore. Order Book of the Rockcastle Court, and that they be" published in the Frith, who fell from a train on division. Mt. Vernon Signal. which he was braking, is able to C. C. Williams, Buy MORE Bonds H. J. McClure, be out on crutches. Wm. FranJ. W. Brown, ciseo who has a good pasition CAN NOWEaT AND SLEEP Committee. with a Goal 'Company in the IN COMFORT. mountains, came home Sunday If troubled with indigestion or on account ofthe serious illness sleeplessness you should read Mrs Francisco of his family. and their son, John Farris. are what Miss Agnes Turner, Chi111., has to say; Overwork, mighty sick and their recovery is cago, very doubtful at present. Cap irregular meals and carelessness Cleveland banks and trust compatain George Frith, now stationed regarding the ordinary rules of nies have agreed upon a plan which at a training camp in South Caro- health, undernamed it until last makes buying Liberty Bond very fall 1 became a wreck of my lina, was with his parents, Mr. close to the easiest thing In the world. from and Mrs. T. O. Frith .here, a few former self. I suffered To thoee who cannot conveniently Roberts, continual headache, was unable pare the cash ter their bonda, they days last week.-R- oy to digest my food, which seemed will ege 24, son of Mrs. Sallie Robmake loans up to 90 per oent of of Gum Sulphur, and a to lay as a dead weight on my the par value of the subscription ter erts, very consti- ninety days from October 14, on bonda brother of our Monte Roberts, stomach. I was pated and my complexion be- purchased through these Institutions. died at his home Wednesday of came dark, yellew and muddy as The Interest rate will be the coupon last week ane his remaioo were rate, 44 per cent buried at the family barying I felt. Sleeplessness was added to my misery, and 1 would awake Moreover they will renew these ground near the home of A. J. loan, when satisfactorily reduced, for Bailey the following day. He as tired as when I went to sleep. of I beard of Chamberlain's Tablets A second ninety days, at one-hahad influenza and pneumonia. one per cent in excess of the Federal His mother, one sister, Mrs. and found' such relief from tak- Reserve bank's discount rate on auch ing them that I kept up the James Hayes, and three brothers, bank's rate of treatment for nearly two months leans. The Reserveper J. Monte Roberts, member of cent, subject discount now la 44 They cleansed my stomach, in. firm of Shafer & Roberts, change at any time. the to alight .igorated my system, and since here, Guy Roberts, now in These loans will not Interfere with West Point and Clar- that time I can eat and sleep in the borrower's regular line of credit. training at comfort. I am today entirely The purpose of the plan la to en ence Roberta, of Gum Sulphur, welL" courage the taking of larger survive. Mr. ttoberts was single than would otherwise be bough. CBuyubertyK and run the farm for hia mother J?yV. BR O H EAD manhood. He was yonng, had ambitions and plans his devotion to a home that needed him, but his countay and humanity called and with a smile on his face he answered that call He made no claims for exemptions and spoke 110 word of corap'aint about his lot. but went before his Government called him. He had both the rugged strength and vigor of manhood and the tender devotion of childhood. Before his camp was p'aced under quarantine, he wrote his mother every day. He gave his life to his count.iv as truly as soldier has who died on the "glory ' field. His familv has given they only and God know how much. But they have, a respect for and a pride in their soldier boy that the parents of no living Slacker son can ever know. can Wednesday Walnut Grove Wm.Kirby's Store W. H. KRUEGER to-da- -- . - 1 I ' n v. -k - TV Col-chor- d, ... . a. Make Purchase of Bonds Easier lf giving. The children of America have been turning In pennies and nlckles and pasting a green stamp on their Thrift card. The Earn and Give club can now use some of those cards and War Savings stamps la their campaign among the younger people for the united war fund. This fall when the war council of the Y. W. C. A. made plans for the 1918 war drive. It Included In Its proi gram the rule that no, young girls under eighteen can do any soliciting, on the streets or otherwise. They can give, but they can only give by earning. Consequently In order to the efforts of the girls in all the districts over the country, the Earn J and Give club is enrolling members and has given out an estimate of $5 apiece to be earned for the" war fund J campaign by the American girls who still count their age In 'teens. Five -dollars apiece from the younger girls 1 of the country will mean that the nation aa a whole will fill Its charitable erganizatlons' war chest. Some high school girl in New York city is going to earn her $5 by shining her own shoes Instead of stopping at the Greek stand on her way to school and by making her own sandwiches for her noon lunch. Out In Iowa the girl who has been spending 15 cents plus war tax for a movie three nights a week Is going to draw a line through tjie movie habit except when there Is an especially good bill. More than one girl plans to clean all her own gloves this winter and to salvage all the paper and collections of Junk about the house which should be sold to the junk man to be worked over into some productive Industry. The girls In their 'teens are going to earn instead of ask others for the money. They are to sacrifice and give In their own names and older women will make the public requests for money elsewhere. i Many of the girls who are waiting Pursuant to a resolution passed to join the Earn and Give club are al- at its Special Term, of the Rock-- ; ready Patriotic leaguers, and they have castle Fiscal Court. Oct. i, 1918, learned several practical lessons In the thrift that will make them effective 1, the undersigned, Sheriff, will; members of the new club by their con cause a poll to be opened in each servation of fruits and vegetables. They have canned nnd pickled. Now of the respective voting precincs when the end of summer brings of Rockcastle County between the of school they will change hours of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 their thrift Into winter thrift and beon the 5th day of Y. W. C. A. o'clock pm gin saving their $5 for the war fund. Nov, 19 8, for the purpose of "Wherever You Are Is the Western submitting the question to the vet- Front" is the slogan which the Earn and Give club has adopted. Anna, one ers: Are you for a Property Tax purpose of ascertaining the will wiry thirteen-year-oldaughter of New of 20 c- nts on each $100 00 worth of the voters of said voting pre-o- f York's East side, who was one of the property in the County of cinct upon said question. first and youngest meinbeis to Join the campaign at a New York settlement Attest: S. F. Bowman, Rockcastle. o be levied each house, had to have ft explained to her year for a period of five years, for County Court Clerk. that Instead of western front meaning the purpose of improving the fight and fight meaning fists, the west-terBuy Liberty Bowes public roads or bridges of said front means work and work means County, or either or both of them? ROCKCASTLE COUNTY save in order to give. J. S L.ANGFORD. The girl who joins the Earn and COURT ORDER. Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Give club will discover that In con- Whereas, a petition was on the Oct. 1, 1918. Junction with her working and saving 29th day of August, 1918. tiled In order that her club will furnish its - Buy Liberty Bonds, quota of the money that Is going to with the clerk of Rockcastle help the girls like herself In France ROCKCASTL' COUNTY County Court, signed by more In use for over 40 yean! and Belgium, she will also find numerCOURT ORDER. than twenty legal voters of votous ways in the community to help the Thousands of voluntary Whereas, a petition was on thej ing war that she had never dreamed of. Precinct No. 1 (East Mt. Verletters from women, tell19th day of Angust, 1918, Bled She will see that all the fruit pits and non) in ttockcastle County asking ing of the good Cardui stones that cun be .saved from her own with the clerk of Rockcastle a submission of the question dining table and from those of her has done them. This is County Court, signed by more neighbors, are dropped Into the little whether cattle, or any specie the best proof of the value than twenty legal voters of vet thereof, shall be permitted to run red barrel at the corner. In order that of Cardui. It proves that the carbon which the seeds contain can ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in at large in said voting Precinct. be used In making charcoal for the Cardui is a good medicine Rockcastle c unty. asking a sub American soldiers' gas masks. She will It is now ordered by the court for women. mission of the question whether save all the tin foil that she sees for There are no harmful or cattle or any specie thereof, shall that a poll be opened in said voting the Red Cro6s. She will help collect elecclothing for the French and Belgium habit -- forming drugs in be permitted to run at large in Precinct at the nexi general orphans and perhaps send them some be held on the 5th day of tion to Cardui. It is composed said voting precinct. of her own. November, 1918, for the purpose medicinal only of mild, School girls In India, children from It is now ordered bv the court of ascertaining the will of the votIngredients, with no bad squalid, dingy homes, with absolutely that a poll be opened in said vot- ers of said voting Precinct upon no spending money, gave last year to ing precinct at the next general said question. Belgian and Armenian relief when they themselves were not getting r 4 election to be held on the 5th Attest: S. F. Cowman. enough to eat. They gave up their day of November, 1918, for the County Court Clerk. meat once a week for the Belgians, though they only had it twice a wee themselves, and for the Armenians they set aside the handful of fresh grain fhat otherwise each girl would have ground in her own little stone mill. Both contributions, from all the school, girls In one missionary's amounted only to $5 a month. "But It was a tremendous sacrifice," their You can rely on Cardui. M teacher writes, "although a Joyous one. Surely it will do for you It actually meant less bread each day, what it has done for so and once a week a meal of dry bread many thousands of other and water. This was done by 80 girls women! It should help. meanest homes in the world from the "I was taken sick, children between the ages of five seemed to be . . . ," and fifteen." writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, Four hundred thousand girls in 47 states have become Patriotic Leaguers 61 Madison Heights, Va. since America declared war. If as "I got down so weak, many school girls and working girls could hardly walk . . . from all classes pledge to earn and just stsggered around. give, the united war fund campaigners I read of Cardui, will have $2,000,000 of their $170,500,-00and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite Buy Liberty Bonds all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at Buy MORE Bonds that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in TJ the spring when runGRATITUDE. SINCERE down. I had no appetite, Mrs. William Bell, Logansport, and I commenced eating. Ind., writes: "I deem it my duty It is the best tonic I ever to express my gratitude for the saw." Try Cardui. Thursday Saturday Monday Quail P. O. Brodhead it 9 Wm. Sowder's Store a tl Conway 12 Tuesday Disputanta Granville Owens' Store a 3 4 Wednesday Crooked Creek Voting House Johnetta Voting House Orlando a Thursday Friday a 5 Ream s' tore a 6 Saturday Pine Hill it 23 Saturday Wildie Woods' Store Your Tax is now past due. This is the last opportunity you will have to pay me or one of my deputies at places above named. Please meet us and settle your Tax. TIP LANGFORD, S.R.C NOTICE i SAVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE HUN. m BUY BONDS. 1 d - For Weak y Women A (4 after-effec- ts. TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic BE A STOCKHOLDER IN VICTORY. VA BUY LIBERTY BONDS. -- I 0. ... 's B s. - a Liberty Bonds German Taxes FOR or good Chamberkin's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy did me when I had a severe attack of diarrhoea three years ago. It was the only medicine that relieved me." ftffiWPHTltm---- AD Druggists on nan - KrTOBa CA H Children Ory FLETCHER'S TOR I A 17 MORE Bonds y WWaaMaMrinB rttMWWmwaaaaim ;TjP . Mt.Vernoi Signa.l Mt. Vernon Ky, Oct "7C M 18. 1918 - Hon. J. 0. Speight will speaK at Mt Vernon, Tuesday. Oct. 29, at t p. m., in behalf cof the . - Ke-piblic- an ....... .......... a a MHMttvl ticket. Jj LOCAL a f CM "no. 79" want to Common!u vys" with SIGNAL Mrs. Dolph Mullins, of I'ine Hill, died Wednesday of influenza. LOUISVILLE 4 NMVILLI R R CO. Undertaker W. A. Cox reports the sale of eight coffins during the week A young child et bob Spoona-more- , of the Hiatt settlement is dead of dropsy. iis - I - H, BROWN I WELL BLESS HIS OLD HEART Here he is once more looking after the Rockcastle folks. My friend Billy Routt has promised to visit Mt. Vernon and give a free show to his customers who eats Acme Flour and Meal, that is so good. It is dangerous to handle. A car came in, 10 or 1 5 bags bursted wide open. Mr. Landrum didn't know what to do. There is'nt many sacks with quality that is just bursting itself to be sold at $ J . 5 per bag. Acme Flour $1.50, good as any and better than some, and O you Mill Feed $2.25, just like what you have paid $2.75 for. You have got to care for the cow and feed the little ones. Oh, how I wish I had me some babies, but I haven't a one, but if you will come to see meat the Rockcastle Hotel will help you feed yours, Will show you the longest man physically in Hardin county, 7 ft. 2 in., and some long financially, and Mate he has got the quality when it comes to Flour, Meal and Feed. So my friend Routt sent me down a car and told me to divide it up among the people and he would ship down another car next week, provided if his car of coal holds out he got from Bob Mc, Pine Hill, Ky. Now, boys, come on and let's get together and save money and Buy Liberty Bonds and win the War. You just as well come on and get this stuff out of my way for I have got to have room for that 7 ft. Giant Flour King. Any time you want to see Billie Routt call on BILLIE RIDER and he will be delighted to show BILLIE to you or any of his products. TIME TABLE. 22 24 3 1 Right Here -- Am north nortn fouth 2l South of whooping cough. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Wiilie Payne, son of W. A. Phone No. 8. . Payne of the Freedom section is Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofl&ce dead of influenza. as second-cias- 4.57 pm 3.35 am A small child of Bev Thomas, of 12:35 p m the Red Bud section died today 12:45 a m Just plain old BILL BROWN just moved from the tunnel, right into the middle of town Bring your Produce and come to see me. I Will Pay You Highest Price. - s saail matter. Willis Cromer, son of Charley Cromer, of Walnut Grove, died P ML Wednesday of pneumonia resultat home for a David Craig is ing from influenza. few days stay. State Road Engineer, J. R. Miss Marguerite Welch is at Carson is now surveying on the home from Berea College. Dixie Highway between Liv Mrs. Mary Barne't, of near ingston and Parker Creek on the town, has moved to Wilton. river route. Thompson is Mrs. Charley The honor roll for this and visiting her sister, Mrs Me Bee. last week of the Livingston Mrs. W. R McClure is visitFourth Liberty Loan has been ing her sister in Terre Haue, Ind. receiven, but we are not able to Mrs. W. M Poynter who has handle the roll for the county been number with the sick, is at the present. M . W.H.BROWN ..... a a a aa a at . m BACK THE FIGHTING MEN WITH THE FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. Buy Mrs Will Doan, living on Richserving mond Street and an infant babe Uncle Sam, is at home on a died within twelve hours of each furlough. other of pneumonia. The husMiss Clyde Watson, of Brod. band and a small child are in a Buy Liberty Bonds head, is with her sister, Mrs F. serious condition of the same disL Durham. ' ". ease. G rover Sowder who is work Fuel Administrator Garfield toing at Middlesboro, is with his day lifted the ban on gasolineless family here. Sundays, effective at once. Miss Julia Fish who has a nice In announcing the withdrawal losition in Covington, is with of the request the Fuel Adminis brmefol.cs this week. tration said through the loyal reThe services of Mrs. Campbell, sponse of the public 1, 000,000 trained nurse, of Paris, has been barrels of gasoline was saved for i obtained for F. L. Durham. the military forces. Mrs. Patsy Brown, of Stanford, Mr. J. B Carne, whose death was called to this place last occured lure last week was on a week to nurse Mathew Fenzel. visit to his wife and baby He Mis. Geo. Durham, who has volunteered for service in the been very sick with typhoid for Aviation division of the army Jan I.; MILES EAST OF ORLANDO several weeks, is slowly improv- 15th, entered active service June On Ccoksburg Road ing. 8th at S. M. A. Austin, Texas, Mrs. H. B. Smith, et Stanford, was transferred to Kelly Field was called to Mt. Vernon Sun- where he was promoted to 1st Arbuckle Coffee day morning to nurse W. H Sergeant. He was to have enKrueger. tered the officers training camp Mrs. Sam Fields was called to Oct. 8. His remains were take u Harlan County Saturday night to Trenton, Tenn., his old home, on account of the illness of her where the funeral was held. Buy MORE Bonds Amid beds of beautiful flowers son, Hobart. For Sale: A Rood Jack, two Mrs. Lucy Moore, and son, and the stars and stripes, he was fine young studs, and a pair of six-yeEdgar Moore, of Berea, attended laid to rest just as the sun went old horse mules. See me at the burial of Hyatt Crawford down. Four soldier boys and two once if interested. here Tuesday. C. A. Davis, Mt.Vernon. Mr. John P. Cecil, of Dublin, couins acted as pall bearers. C Buy Liberty Bonds" Va , was here Tuesday to attend The minister said "His chief commanding officer had conferred the burial of his brother upon him the highest honor eeeoeaeeeeeee W H. Krueger. ; within his power to grant, to call ti! Mrs. J. C. Moore was called him for service above " to Chicago first of the week on account of the serious illness of MAY LOCATE HERE. her daughter, Mrs. Huffman. A B. Lewis, an uncle of David Judge L- W. Bethurum was L Carter, of this city, has rein Danville first of the week to cently sold his fine 299 acre ranch see his daughter, Miss Tevis, in Glande Park, near Grand who is attending college in that Junction, Colorado, and is now city. looking about for another locaJohn D. Henderson, who is at tion. He is at present visiting tending a dental school in Louis his nephew in this city, and ville, came home Tuesday. The may locate here if he can find chool being closed on account of something to suit him. The Grand Junction Daily "flo". News speaks of Mr. Lewis as one of Mrs. James M. Boone and grand daughter, Miss Sue L. the most successful farmers and Smith, of May wood, are visit- stock raisers of that part of ing Mrs. Boone's daughter, Mrs Colorado The Ponca City Daily Courier. James Rickels. Mr. Lewis is a brother of. Judge Miss Sadie Richards, who is holding a lucrative position in S. D. Lewis of this place. Louisville, was called home on account of the serious illness of her brother, Rayme. Ray me Richards, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Richards, who was taken to the London hospi OF 11 tal, having both pneumonia and 13 reported much appendicitis, better. No operation has been Dan Pitman, who is better. 'J aaaa a m m m 1 2 Z -- I 1 ' 1 ' 1 Liberty Bqnds FOR FRESH mies 553 SEE TJJHuhs 23c ar FISH BACK STERN. Miss Eugenia Brown Fishback and First Lieutenant Milton J. Stern were quietly married in Lexington Wednesday afternoon, by Rev. I. J. Spencer, pastor of the First Christian Church. Miss Fishback is a daughter of Mrs. Ada King Fishback, of Paris and Mr. Stern is a son of Mr. J. A. Stern, of thi city. The couple had been friends a little over a year and their marriage proved to be a pleasant surprise to a large number of their friends. Miss Fishback was formerly of Mt Vernon, Ky., but for the past year has been living in Paris with her mother who is a mem ber et the faculty of the Paris Public School. Miss Fishback was graduated last year from the Midway Orphan School, at Midway, Ky. She is of exceptional personal beauty and charmingly attractive, a gifted musician and is a young woman of many social Billie Rider At the Rockcastle Hotel . young people extend congratulations and sincere good wishes to their recent happiness. The Kentuckian-Citizen- in-la- - D RUMMOND CASH CROCERY STORE .. BUY LIBERTY BONDS performed. James Maret. of Winchester, drove over Tuesday evening, in tending to attend the burial of W H. Krueger, having been delayed, did not arrive until 8 pm. He was deeply moved at the mis fortune of our community. He returned Wednesday morning. Mrs. J. B. Levisav is visiting relatives nere and at Corbin She expects to return to her home in Lock land, Ohio sooo. Her husband is holding a nice position with the Cleveland Cin cinnati-Chicag- o & St. Louis Rail- iy Co Billie is another one of Vernon's boys who is mak- good and baying all the Lib erty oonas ne can -- UHW UPl "fv immm.3wi' hiiiiiiimiiiimiiuiiiHAJiBTcRoweu. UTUa. i Drummo nd's LIVINGS TON i i. - Buy Liberty Bqnd- sCATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with Local Applications, as they ennot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken intemalln and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is composed of some! of the best tonics known, comgraces. bined with some of the best Lieut. Stern, the happy bride- blood purifiers. The perfect groom, is a Paris boy and is a combination of the ingredients graduate of the Paris High School in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is After finishing his high school what produces such wonderful conrse he entered Bellevue Col- results in catarrhal conditions. lege, New York, and was gradu- Send for testimonials, free. ated from this institution of F. J. CHBiNEY, & CO., Props., learning with an M. D degree. Toledo, Ohio. Completing his educational course All Druggists, 75c. he returned to Paris and opened Hall's Family Pills ter consti offices as an eye, ear, nose and pation throat specialist. His rare skill Buy MORE Bonds and masteily understanding of For Sale- :- A good Jersey his "profession soon established cow years old. 7 for him a large practice. J. T. Meadows. Dr. Stern successfully continued his piofession in Paris for four yeais having offices in the DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, Notes, Claims of all kinds Daugherty and First National collected anywhere in the world. No Bank Buildings. In i9i7 when charges unless we collect. Reference: Farmers National Bank. Write us. the United States dechred war Nay's Collection Agency, Somerset , Ky. on Germany, he patriotically volOffice: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. unteered his service to his counlo try and on August 4 of the same - Buy Uberty Bonds year he received his commission as first Lieutenant in the Medical lETbJ&TGH, KY., BUS1HESS DNnERSHT Corps. He was ordered to reIke. al lmmm to WW L Saitk MM Cit Writing port on December 16 at Fort Business, Short Hand, Type TVI. nA and Telegraph an1 im for College can' do Oglethorpe, Georgia, and after- yon at least cott ami toward aecmrina 1 V talaritd wards was assigned to his presposition. Diploma awarded Special Coune for ent location at Camp Wadsworth, Employment fnl Thousand of nilmti Tlfurin uit tima. near Spartansburg, South PEPAKTMEWT FOB IJIE.nderthenpr. mu-a Got-emine- nt r m Do You Think There is No Competition? If anyone thinks there is no competition amongst the b.g packers he ought to go through a day's work with Swift St Company. ( Let him begin at the pens when the live stock comes in,' let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat steers quietly and at his own price without some-body- 's bidding against him. Let him realize the scrupulous care taken at the plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order that costs may be held to a minimum. Let him go up into the office where market reports are coming in, and reports of what other concerns are doing. Let him watch the director of the Swift Refrigerator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the country like a fleet of battleships at sea. Let him take a trip with a Swift & Company salesman and try to sell a few orders of meat. Let him stay at a branch house for an hoar or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their bargains to the last penny as they shop around among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale dealers, and the local packing plants. And then, when the day is over, 1st him have half an hour in the accounting department, where he can see for himself on what small profits the business is done. (Less than 4 cents on each dollar of sales.) If he still thinks there is no competition in the meat business it will be because he wants to think so. i::: : 1 1 a;:;;;:;::;;;;;;;;;;;;;:; Buy MORE Bonda FOR Jr f CL4M3LOJtl A Buy MORE Bonds fLEicH 8 The happy couple after a short visit to their relatives in Paris Buy MORE Bonds left Thursday night for their honeymoon trip in the "Land of the Sky," first going to Ashville. N. C. At the expiration of Lieut. Stern's furlough, he and Mrs. Stern will return to Camp Wads-wortwhere they will remain and Southuntil Lieut. Stern leaves for To farmers in Central rate of ern Kentucky at a low oversea service. Easy and attractive pay The many friends of these ments with the privilege of paying off all or any part of loan at any h, home. To particular, addiws UX1IMTON. KV. WILBUR H. SMITH Beaalon. God Bainfuf Tiion of a La-l- y Principal. M attending thU LONG TIME LOANS in-tere- si. Swift & Company, U. S. A. OVw4 WFAR OUR OLD CLOTHES AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS! time. We will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If you are in debt or need monev to retire your lein notes we would be glad to explain. Burt L.Sims DISTRICT MANAGEK Farm Loan Department Union Central Life Ins a ranee Co 8oa Security Trust Bldg., Lexington, Kentucky CASTOR I A For Infants and Children itttLfJ In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears tile Signature of G&vtfi i;nn-ijMiiii- i WTOTte. a .ayUfflrirtttiiriwiM, . ma vomrair' i ! nfTMrnimii liljym, ..,... jasMBBrairMljfl . .... Are You Asleei Take no chance At Mt.Vernon rtjmiin iirjiinpi MjiBipi ii.uji Mil 'HiiiiWi .: Children Cry for Fletcher's An Act of Genera! Assembly J9J8 REl A I ING TO PUBLIC ROADS p- - FARMER WILL NOT FAJL U. S. IN ITS at the Switch? 6REATS1 TEST 4)56X Kentucky Statutes. Cat- oil's Edition 19 15, be and ths line is hi rehy repealed and in 8ECRETARY OT ACniC'LTURE IS SURE RURAL SECTIONS WiLL f the following U heie ieti lh-rThe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of - fnA has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. - That s 'section 18 of section Men are getting robbed of all their money every day by carrying it around or kaving it about their homes. y enac.ed BUY GY D F. sotos. An.-Uultu-ra. Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good " ww www. v jv u U1MJI Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. WhatisCASTORIA Section 18 The costs of inter county eat roads constructed under the provisions of this act ball be paid as follows: In counties having an assessed valua- ion nf less than $5, 00, 000, sev- ieut)-tivptr ont sh; U be paid lout of the State road fund and the remainder thall be paid by the county. e HOUSTON. Secretary of v 13 V, . The Fourth Liberty Loan will no: fall for Kick of support of America r.;i:.trs. TliP.t is the P.n wer 1 e am giv n? A Good Solid Banking Institution. If you do not want to use it at ence you can get interest on it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money. PEOPLES BANK Deposit your monev in the GENUINE CASTORIA I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of &L&& In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. New YORK CITY. From "Over There" They tell us the only time "Kaiser il 1' ' or Hindenburg whistles is when farnr i American ORDER ROCKCASTLE COUNV am- r.i.i'; TY FI&CAL COURT, OCTO $ Jy ir th confident ., . BR TKM, assertion in i rM ,.? tL tfi pAV! hHCwSPT 1st day of O.tober, 1918. t!- .t th" Araori a;. niw bir-- ; k.o to O ike On motion of W. D. Mullins, reo ac to liberty .is Justice, seconded by Robert JiTl n a! ontrbat rnllurs. Evans, it is ordered by the courj, farm-- ' I American have rier nn- that the Sheriff of RockcasMe itrnU-- :.!'E fuprort of the County, open a poll in each of the .ation's preat war loan11. One of ihe foatu-e- s riost voting precincts of Rockcastle Liberty"trikintr vas i!ir of the Third upport g;er. Loan county, on the 5th day of No- vcm by tnft fairiing and rural pop'.ila vember, same being the date et ions Mot only did tamers pmhaat the ruia! the General Election held in !ibr rally of th- ; bend, butwere more a ru!" amanmlt'ea and for said county to ascert tin rompt In completing their quotas the will of the electors of said han the lanrer clti.p. More than twentv thousand com county on the election. Are you munfties in the United State's rub in favor of voting a 20 cents road scribed or over: ub' rr;ed their tax for the purpose of construct- riuoas. B any of them on the first day ing and improving of the public of the enmpaien. The majority of these wore not roads and bridges, one or both, as cities but country districts. Iowa, a the Fiscal Court of said couutv typ'cal agricultural state, was the first may direct. Said taxation to ruu to subscribe Its quota. But we now have a greater effort to a Jperiod of five years and it is make. Our largest war loan has been further ordered that no amount launched. It will tax our determinathat can not be raised by the levy tion to defend our liberty and our rein any one year shall be expended public at all costs. Our armies in the field are fighting victoriously. The in that year. offenat i 1 fe ; id& Kl iron mi to tr. w.io me what the - a.: re- - or tne 1 11 . m'l i "fl country worth fighting for is a country" worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue " : ! Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds -- - a-- You Will Be Pleased " I with the perfect fit of your suit, th (uality "t'ejl" of ihe cloth anil iN individual design when ordered froai United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is overflowing with new, appealing overcoatings fabric! that will delight the young ion and make the business man look the part, your intimate inches with thr skill that makes Prices extremely low. mritiagi and man of fash- they are nervous. "Our own Yanks ff have started them whistling Let's back them up by subscribing to the Fourth Liberty Loon LEAVE YOUR 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 Dis The Yanks are buying bonds. It's not enough trict. It is further resolved that For them to live and die and suffer the 20 cents road tax, which all is a levy now in force shall be The agony of living death. They omitted from the levy of 19 19; forces home are now in an sive that must not fall. Let us buy liberally bonds that we may attain our objective, a righteous and lasting world peace. Tailored to no mi-take -- , The Yanks Are Buying Bonds Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead Bonds Are Its Poison . 1 - SUBSCRIPTION WITH THE Just what their comrades die for upon the one hundred dollars when they fall. shall be the same as at present Cam Mullins, J R.C.C. They know Its meaning to us here at that the present rate of taxation know MAP FREE! Sunset Magazine increases its rates to 2c par copy on news stand-- , and $jmO "t yearly beginning with September Issue, iqiS. A WAR LAST CHANCE to subscribe to SUNSET Magazine at the old price of i 5 per year and ractiia a Large Bank of Mt. Vernon Mt. Freeman Ketron, J.P.R.C W. D. Mullins, J.P.R.C. W D. Abney, J.P.RC. J. R.Evaws, J.P.RC. fBuY tiBERTY Bonds Judge Cam Mullins, Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed please find check No 6449 Ier $1, 489.38. Same being the balance of all money apportioned to your county previous o 1918. home. They know the menace of the Prussian lie To all the world and all the race to come. They know just what they're fight-inyea, and why. g IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL II M M And, therefore, while they offer life, they cry, tit's not enough. Not now. If we can aid In other ways, we must. We know the need Of guns as well as lives In our crusade. "We like our pay, but we can let it go For such a thing as this. We'll do it, too. And if the folks at home can't raise enough We'll borrow some to bring those billions through." Ob yes, Liberty War Flap if the Weiietn Battle front, FREE r suls-ritions The I918 apportionment will be available in December. Your County was apportioned $5,054.-o- o for 6 18. From this must be first paid tne cost of making the 1 Disc Harrow, Plowt Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Binder, Silo or Jutter, Mauure 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. - M III I olfi-is open Tln c will all whose b; received at this olkv up to . August loth. Subscribe betoie this dale and save the price of 191-S- TWO THRIFT STAMPS CALL ME . KY.. OR SEE S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. AT LONDON, 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 we. k provided the county has complied with the requirements of .State Maintenance Law enacted at the last session of the Legislature. Yours truly, R. Wiley, Commissioner Public Roads. A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good diges- the Yanks are buying. We oan rest 1 And know they'll make up what mm don't provide. If we can let them, then let's hope the dead Knew not those whom they died for ere they dledl Lucy Jeanne Price. "Kill two birds with one stone Help the Government and Yourself. Buy Liberty Bonds - Buy Liberty Bonds SUNSET MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA JSVA.- - Tfrn Waatira rvMjr V 6 VUVVf m JL C. McCLARY S rg. B T. G. MOREN Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and All Kinds 56 State Banks Are Members of Federal Reserve Bank System The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleve land and its system of member banks will one day soon represent a total of resources of one billion dollars. Recent figures showed that in the Fourth District 56 state banks had been admitted to membership, and they have raised the total resources to Applications- - are pend$503,278,000. ing from numerous other institutions in the district and ae the bankers learn the advantages of being member banks all institutions will undoubtedly make application for membership. The Federal Reserve Bank system of the country is credited with being the most powerful agent in making possible the flotation of the three Liberty Loans. y ' y&iSx&Pz X3 DU.MJ vrjITr5"r?v fcfC; ' H2!EsnPFE?llfc2 &m 1 wzm but a ra Not a remedy for catarrh and tional cure-d- l. of Farm Implements. LONDON, KY. tion ? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take an occasional dose of Cbamberlaiu's is6!' tr Tallets to strengthen gestion. Price 25c. Buy MORE Bonds r yur all inflammation and congestion of the mucous mem- di- Germany's Fourth Offense PftOPERtY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Failed; Our Fourth Loan Greatest Importance, If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to Bee Must Not. Tiu Buy DR. MOORE, Cox Building, The Optician Mt. Vernon, Ky. T3uyMK!REBonds Liberty Bonds - nuuitxiy& L. W. BETHURUM ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, RY. Will practice in all the courts .j umce on nurcn aircei C. C. ATTORNEY-ATLA- Williams W Bank of Mt. Vernon, enl Church St. Special atten tion given collections. MT VEKNON.KY. OFFICE.- - On and. floor of, 3fi&G&MX$fcX& Buy MORE Bonds none 80 A Libeaty Bond Keeps Your Money in America and Sends Your Heart to, the Front. Buy MORE Bonds Unchecked catarrh soon breaks AttWI the tissue and destroys the organs or part. Evidence of the ravages of catarVh are all around us. Without desire to frighten anyone, we say: "Guard yourself against catarrh as you would against the direst plague. Fortify your system. Take Peruna." INSPIRING WORDS FOR THE SICK FROM THOSE WHO KNOW. A Good Medicine In the Family. I had a bad case of UaGrippe and could get no medicine. We relief. Peruna cured me. It is a fine good. often use it in the family and find it MRS. GENTRY GATES. 8225 First Avenue. East Lake Station. Birmingham, Alabama. FEELS LIKE A DIFFERENT PERSON. Peruna has cured my stomach and I feel like a different person. I only took twelve bottles of Peruna and can eat anything without distress, something I have not done for fifteen years. I recommend Peruna to everybody suffering with the catarrh of Kt.. stomach. 1029 16th J. J THOMPSON. Columbus, Georgia. WRITE FOR THIS BOOK. FOR ALL FORMS OF CATARRH. Peruna Is Indicated for all forms All sick and suffering: of catarrh or catarrhal Inflammation write The Peruna Company, should Dept. and congestion of the mucous Columbus, Ohio, f6r Dr. Hart-man- 's In any part or organ, such as Health Book. The book la nose, throat, bronchial tubes, lungs, free and contains perhaps stomach, bowels, kidneys, bladder, information you are seeking:-Just the It la etc. It is fine for coughs, colds and sent in grip and an excellent dress. a plain wrapper to any adeffects of the preventive remedy. DO IT TODAY. If you want health. Insist upon IN BIJ tfORU. LIQUIQj having Dr. Hartman's World Famous Peruna Tonic. old Everywhere people. Catarrh attacks the mucous linings, in any organ, In any part of the body. It is not, as cime imagine, confined to the nose and throat, al'iough nasal catarrh is the most common form and afflicts many branes. UNDERTAKER and EMBALME STANFORD. KY. -- TBuy Liberty Bonos V HFa llaXvcr 7 bui TH UBERTY BONDS Buy MORE Bonds lln-ln- gk S-8- 2. DR. WALTER Dentist OflW Over U. - Baker's Stors MT. a. VERNON, KENTUCKY -