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NUMBliR 4 Why Not Quarantine -- For "Flu" In- Rockcastle - We Call On the Public To Effect a Voluntary Quarantine Themselves Post Influenza Card SAVING OF Bread-Winne- rs ONEjjFE WORTH TROUBLE Should Be Permitted To Only Leave Home ; Others Should Be Isolated. Quarantine has been ordered come in contact with the patient, The exact rules of quarantine th rou tho (Jnitod States Public Health Service in many njaccs given each placarded houso follow thruout tlo country, and it is "All cases must he rigidly iso- hoped Rockcjstlo will not wait lated for a period of ten days from but net at once to help curb tho onset of the disease, or until hpreading of the disease. Let such time as the patient has mi- every citizen effect a quarantine tirely recovered from any compli- ag dnst influenza and that at once, cation of the disease, right now. Tho loss of a singlo famVy Mu$t Be ls0atcd. life is moro than worth the "All members of n family in Immediate action is which trouble. there is a known or sus- nri1 a I tinfl tiif tt itrtti a lrl. mlinf pected case of influenza shall be r oration If vou only have u very isolated until the recovery of , ., , , .. hght case it may infectothers and . . . ui sum uuse, pruviueu mm ureau- bo the causo of a death. The winners and wage earners may public should do their part and continuo at their vocations as not wait to he forced to do so. long as they do not come conin Don't bo smart or ignorant in so tact with tho patient until such serious n matter. Do not bo patient is officially discharged by afraid of the disease but do every-thinthe health department " you can to avoid contractThe rules that have been given ing tho disease, thus prevent its in Louisville concerning the placspreading. If you become infected make it a special duty not arding of bouses and apartment ...:n iit,ni.. i ,i i.t iu uu uuviuiiiK ii.ni win uiiBir iioiiuw: mui alvvayswro-hiCiSe.ofjijarejd(oMO spiead member the death that may result inuuenza placard is to oo placed from your direct neglpct, and in " prominent place at the front sometimes by actual ignorance of .of the houso. what you aro doing. Let us be' "Incase of apartment houses, plain spoken and c: reful about placard tho apartment only., "In case of rooming houses, tho matter. Read careful a cir-cular that has been distributed where the case is separated from through the post office, issued other roomers, placard tho door by Rupert Bluo, Surgeon General, of the room only. in In Louisville "In caso of hotels, where the houses placarded for influenza case is separated from other are peimitted to leavo the house, roomers, placard door of tho room on conditions that he has not only." 11 . . i g the-disen- Ve;. n 1 bread-winne- rs Labor Needed to Save Camp Knoxfor Stale Emergency Causes Summary Notice From Authorities At Washington. DRAFT May COME IF VOLUNTEERS FAIL mon with stable for 30,000 animals. This is tho present patriotic de possibly ,so,ooo accomodation termination. State Wide Calls Sent Out To Lend Aid For Speeding Up Work, j State wide calls have gone out to savo Camp Henry Knox at Stithton for Kentucky. Tho have at Washington served notico on Kentucky that if thoy cannot produco tho necessary laborers to complete the work at Stithton before cold weather sots in tho permanent artillery camp, ropresouting an investment of probably $20,000,-000- , will bo withdrawn from the state entirely. Immediately upon receipt of these advices the state officials got busy and aro sending out culls to all individuals and business organizations, pointing out the emorgency and frankly declaring that if Kentucky carpenters and laborers do not volunteer for the work, a forcible draft must bo made effective at industries. ouco on ULTIMATUM ISSUED! Work ut Camp Knox has dragged for lack of men and winter time is now approaching with thousand of tho soldiers still iu tents at Camp Taylor and West Point. Tho ultimatum is that barracks to hold not loss than 30,000 men and stables for 15.000 animals must be completed by December 1. It is the holier of the Kentucky authorities that oven moro is posslblo that onuf workmen can be secured to erect buildings that will accomodate uon-essonti- Pratt D.1I0, Federal Director of the United States Employment Service immediately issued a public notice, sent broadcast throughout Kentucky, telling just what tho state was up against. Ho called a meeting (of various intorests. including John Griffiths & Son Company, builders of tho Camp for the' government, Major W. H. Radcliff, constructing quartormastor in charge, and organized an intensive campaign that is destimed to reach every city and hamlet of Kentucky. AUTHORITY FOU DKAlT. "Evory man and every business organization," said Mr. Dale "must realize that this is au emer gency that calls for immediate the authority action. Under given us from Washington if the men in sufficient uumbersdo not voluuteor their services wo must draft them from the non essential industries. It is up to the employers of laborers thru out Kentucky immediately to dls place men in their employment with women and recommend their o mployes to enter tho service at Camp Knox." Major W.H. Radcliff, construct-ng quartermaster at Camp Knox, has also app ealed to the people of Kentucky to vclunteor for service. "Every nail you ilrivo," says Major Radcliff in a ringing mes sage to workmon, "ovocy brick you lay, every bit of real work done, will add to tho growing loads around the Kaiser's neck. Tho war won't wait." WOMEN APPEALED TO. Women are asked to tako a 1 Cities nnci towns needinAnursos Camp Knox thiii winter," the cull and hospitals supplies tx, care reads, "it is tho boy of some other mother all of thorn train-- ! for influenza cases among;, civilians must make their needs known throuirh their locnUioalth officier and local Red CrosvChan the men do not volunteer fur this well paid and patriotic work, ter and not apply direct to Red it is the duty of every lojal Uross division headquarters. Kentucky women to report them The same procedure? holds to tho nearest United Siat2s Em- - good for military schoolsfestab. ploytnent Service just as they lished in colleges whichjjhay'bo would a Hun spy or an army stricken with the epidemic, slaccor. Thig statement wasssuednt j id is 10 ttie women 01 me Lak0 Division headquarters this State to show tlio men that it is afternoon as a result of' tho duty to volunteer for work fusion tarising nmongWcivilian at Camp Knox and to take their ; population and student (soldiers places during their absence needing nursing care ana sup All of tho organizations inter- plies. ested in the construction of If local Red Cross resources tvx Camp Kncx have agreed upon and public health resources are of not C. 0. Quinlau as director adequate, local health oflicors emergency employment und tho can got help from Division Ked details of organizing the State Cross headquarters it their state and procuring work me aro in boards of health request; It. his hnnds. All chapters havo beon proBuy MORE Bonds vided with full instructious as to Clarence localprocedure, relationship witli Letter boards of health and with Rfckels . . . tit& division headinajrlp.cgMean-whilthe Lake Division is still Somewhere iu France. sending nurses and hospitial Dear mother and all: I guess you think I have for supplies direct to military camps gotten you entirely but 1 have almost as quickly as jVequisi not. I have been in the hospi- tions are received. Newfrequisi-tion- s are on hand from Camp tal two months and ntn getting along fine, only I can't use my Taylor, Sherman and Buell. hand. I expect to be out in a All graduates and'ppractical few weeks. I was only slightly, nurses are suin urgedMo wounded so don't worry about with their "nearest Red me. I have not got any mail Cross chapter for assignment. from "you for quiet a while. I Chapters havo received full guess I will get a bunch of them instructious how to carry out a in a few days. 1 lost most of survey oL,their local mitring raV'letters.unon but L-hung on to decouple of yours I think wo will all be at homo this out on any influenza time next year. How is Anna without some authorization from and her husband 'getting along? the Red Cross. This is to enahlo Fine I hope. Say mother what the Red Cross to keep a constant is tho matter with Clyde? He inventory of the number and never writes to me. 1 wrote him kind of nurses available. With a letter two months ago and never out this iVuentory, according to got any answer. Tell him to tho statement from division headwrite and all the rest writo me quarters, confusion will result. ai&o. Just tnniK 1 you were Today's instructions to Reo over hero alone, you would like Cross chapters from James L. to heaffrom us at home. Well, Fieser, chairman of the division mother I will have to close for Committee on influenzi, suggest this time, so he sure and answer that local chapters organize soon and don't worry about me groups of lay women to "augment alright. Just one for I am he professional nursing forces if place under my arm and about instructions, necessary. The twelve places on my back. Tell however, point out thai the orfather to writo to his fcson once in ganization of such women should awhile 1 would love to see all include only thoso w,ho are, the folks at homo. So ,'good bye. through some provioua training Your loving son, or experience, qualified for memClaronco Rickels. bership in this important auxili166 U. S. Inf. ary force. Co. C. American Ex. Forces BUYllBfRTYEONDS Via New York. Buy MORE Bonds L iinuuiwia l jmjjjiv; utuja- ters for soldiers. "If it is not your son who must be housed at !L LTJZ Red Cross To Hef uiatnccs lniectea Tt I . riu 'i rrsrS c.c.cox Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fuel Economy What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that ':; I con-the- ir -- 4 1 From ounj e &'?&. KrtWJte'. 7wtor'-r-Te",.V- ftf,fe.r.. Pwfijr ' uy iiuiufc, xu iiiuiu iiuiiiuoa nuggiug tx iduictiui. 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 invesFin - PKY'Xi''wK'V;-vyjBj'- : P&V Cole's Original '. . - Klmli.J vxcxr. 0'ix'i'jiw? Hot Blast Heater BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL mmmmssESk Leaves JuMWiT.ffFtnn"ii.,".f.:.vl:,jt fa.Mt'W It will sav the nation millions In fuel money this winter. Act new. the-fron- t, Order Not To Burn To urotect the health of the public, it is hereby ordered by the Board of Health of Rock castle County, that all persons within thej corporate iiinits of Mt. Vernon bo required NOT TO BURN LEAVES, but collect all leaves on their premises and in front of their property to tho center of tho street and remove and cover samo with dirt. It is recommended that all leaves be put on gardens and covered. It is also ordered that all weeds and rub'iish on and in front of property to center of the street be lemovod This Oct 16, I9I8. Cam Mullins scribed, in payment of incomo and profits tax taxes when payable at Danville, Ky , Oct. 14th, 191S. or before maturity of the certificates. In order that those who have "It is tho aim of tho Governiucotno and profits taxes to pay ment to make tho floating of may prepare themselves in adinvance for the large payments and tin's issue of certificates of debtedness a popular one" said to accumulate gradually tho fund necessary to meet them Collector 'Collector Hughes and it will bo of Internal Revenue, John W. to the advantage of thoso whose taxes aro measured in 'compari-tlvelHughes calls attention of the small amounts as well as to advantage of purchasing corporations and now Treasury certificates of in- tho large wealthy persons to particulate in debtedness bearing 4 per cent, interest and maturing July i.sth, tho purchase of theso inpregna-bisecurities." i9i8. Those cercificates may bo purThe Collector has beeu advised bv the Secretary of the Treasury chased at tho h'edoral Reserve tint certificates of this issue will Batik or at any bank or trust They are in denomibe accepted at par, with adjust- company of accrued interest, under nations of 500, Slopo, $5000, ment rules aud regulations to be pros- - $lo,ooo, and $100,000. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Collector's Office, y tax-pav- o CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR GMl&reif Cry FLETSHER'S FOx! Walker Owens A. G. Lovell. ASTORIA. - Buy MORE Bonds Members of hoard. A. G. Lovell, Suciemry. Lejad the Way KgZSODG ZZSGSSS or-dei- They Right. Buy Liberty Bonds Yo 11 0 DON'T BURN LEAVES. Don t burn leaves during the influenza epidemic". Health Ollicor l'oteis, Monday. I To r Utm ost. t JXZI2HK "Bury them. They malto good lei tihor." hao Republic, and "Oh. bev, where do wo go from here 1" t laugh, with a tight feeling in n throat. 1 goose-pimple- t lGCZXt p- hear the Battle Hymn of the s. IUA; VitWMZ ! L "N fancy I see tnem windlnc roads of up tho white boys. The fair youth of our land, flung into thia hell- both because of the damnable vanity of one man with six ungrounded sons. What has the Kaiser given but words 7 fields I see the checker-boar- d of France, unhappy France, and our own marching up the road. I can hear voices floating back to me. Familiar phrases! "You "Old Scoutl" "You betchal" "Treat 'em rough 1" Frame, our r I L songs. HEAR I hear Yankee Doodle sung ns it was never sung before. I Lean, lithe, tunned, swinging boys. Tho whitci of their eyes are cloar, their u ins glow. Lord, tho fresh life of thcml On, on, through aisles of plane trees. Somitines a boy turns his heod westward. What's ba thinking of as he nears the Hell on earth I Foils back home. He isn't thlnkii' in terms of Liberty Bonds, tie's Just sort of wondering if ue're going to ctick behind htm. e are, boyl GoJ. BEFORE 0 ly way wo can is to buy bonds. You are gi mg your life. What the devil Co we care about our dollursT You'll get your coifee and Blum If wo have to pawn the shirts off our backs. That's the woy we feci today. Never you doubt it. Six billion do larsl Will wo giv itl Walt and seel o ft J I k thcpuiest uir possible. Persons who bum leave-thoir depriving are stricken fellow citi.ous of pure air and thus their lives. . "Thoso who are ill Irom influonaaie uititled to -- 0 9 "Good citizens will io-rain from burning leaves All citizens must." f STOVES 8 o SS2X2Il2Xr5S. nt-ta- , BRONICUAL TROUBLK. Mrs. A. I?. Sidenborger, Rook- field, Inch, states: "For an of bronchial trouble which usually assails mo in the spring I Hud Uiuniborlaln's Cough Rem edy tho otily tiling that gives mo rolief. After using it for a few days ull signs ot bronchial trouble disappears." 13uv 8 RANGES and See 8JOHN ROBINS DRODH GAD WCT7WT- -T 4 MORE Bonds C.AST.O.RIA " Children Dry FLETGHSa'S FOt? 4lTeTV i HCZy7p.lt 33)Uf$? &'R. dC w K'XZtJ. tMbWUlHH .rW CwrftfWia:t.&;7ii-'. i m n.nn iii'i-1a- T. ",'?WA. TV - " "r' THE WESTERN i?ftmiiSninmjMWMnJwiu mnitiraiiwwi Mt. Vernon Signal FfctDAY, dot. 18. njifi. INFLUENZA DEATHS IN FRONT AT HOML 1 Published every Friday by ED CAR S. ALBRIGHT, S'tnSCKirTION ONIt Advertising VKAK $1.0 on rates mace known application MKMBKK OF KENTUCKY I'KKSS ASSOCIATION $r, It is with much feeling that tlio Signal .speaks to the pub lie at this trying tiini', silch us wo a-- o pushing thtough in the Iuilu enzu Iipideinic.uud whilst it is itu- psible to tncnlion the namo-iothe affected ohes in thu county wu extend our good wishes to till who have suffered, and hope that f abate rapidly, and that no further deaths will occur. We ourselves have buffered and know Jits effect. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved who have had the misfortune to loose their loved ones the disease will BR ODH EAD Lee Carson, I3 years old, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Carson, died at 0:45 o'clock Tuesday morning with inlluenza. Leo had never been strong physically and had been a sufferer for many years with astniiia aud doubtless hid .some" iuberuuKir trouble avvi' the disease proved to much for his run down condition and after sevoral days of intense suffering finally succumed to it. He was a btiglit boy, a favorite of the family and every body liked him. He was a member of the Christian church and a regular attendant both of church and Sunday School and will be grtatly missed by bis many young friends and associates. In many ' re spects this was one of the saddest funerals we ever attended, and what made it more so was the snitM, numbor that was able to uttendjTiiKl so many of his little friends were unable to attend either because of sickness or the scare of the disease. The wore buried at the Christian church cemetery Wednesday aftoruoon at 2:00 o'clock after short services by his pastor, Elder h N. Bowling. Besides his father and mother ho is survived by one sister, Miss Eila Matron Jof a school at W. Va., and four brothers, Blain, Givens, Gus and Wayne. Blainu and Givens are in the service of Uncle Sam and could net reach hero in time for the funeral, as was the case with Miss Eila. Mr. nud Mrs. Carson and the entire family have tho sympathy of their many friends Mrs. in this ,sad bereavement H. H. Hutcheson, of Middlcsboro, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Gravely recently. Mrs. Frank Baker and children, of Winchester, were here a few days ago tho guest of their uncle, John Robins and family. Three deaths have been reported in the last few days from Flu in :ho iggius settlement. A small child of Levi Denny, a young man son of hill iSewell and the wife Gov of James Spooramore. Frith, who tell from a train on which he was braking, is able to Win. Franbo out on crutches. cisco who has a good pasition with a Coal ' Company in the mountains, came homo Sunday on account ofthe serious illness of his family. Mrs Francisco and their son, John Farris. ate mighty sick and their recovory is very doubtful at present. Captain George Frith, now stationed at a training camp in South Carolina, was with 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Frith .here, a few Roberts, days last week.-R- oy Car-son, Col-chor- d, ego 24, son of Mrs. Sallio Roberts, of Gum Sulphur, and a brother of our Monte Roberts, died at his home Wednesday of last week ano his reinalno were buried at tho family burying ground near tho home of A. J. Bailey tho following day. He had influenza and pneumonia. His mother, one sister, Mrs. Jainos Hayes; and three brothers, J. Monte Roboits, momber of tho firm of Shafor & Roberts, now in bore, Guy Roberts, truiulug ut WeA Point and Clar. once Roberta, of Gum Sulphur, survive. Mr. Uoberts was single und run the farm for his mother Earn nntl give. or n year the youni people of. America hnvc been conrlied In thrift. Initend if tl( old problem In the arithmetic hook, "If MnryV 4 W. II. IvMJKGI II. .Vt Vernon. mother gave lier three npl'los, Juno pive her two, mid Iit nte one, how JOHN HO YD CUiNK. Pino Hill. ninny would ulic Intel" the third snide girl Irf now sent lo Hie Mnckboiiril to iMKS. DOLWL AM LLINS. Pine Hill, solve, "How nuiiiy Thrift stump nt MRS. hUVADI I) )AN anil cliiltl, Mt. Vernon, 2i cents nplcce will Mnry own ut the end of 12 months If she wives 10 cents W1LUB I'AVNi:. Freedom section. weclcl" The ulrl In the grade nbove her Is lenrnllig In nor arithmetic lesson how mnny Thrift stumps It takes to buytlie ynrn for GOO hclinctx for the soldiers In France. Still further on the eighth HI ATT CRAWF RI), Indianapolis grader Is told to figure In terms of War ALLEX SMITH. Ilnttlu Ship New Jersey. Savings stumps how much It costs to supply n regiment of Uncle Sam's men with shelter tents. And now the ttirn unci Give club of can manhood. He was young, tho younger girls of the Young Womt( dehid ambitions and plans his en's Christian nssoclntlon Is organvotion to a home thntnoeded him, ized to turn thosj Thrift lessons Into but his couutay and humanity Eh ing. The children of America have been turning In pennies unci nlckles called und with a smile 011 his nnd pasting a green stump 011 their Ho Thrift card. The Kara nnd Give club face he answered that call made no claims for exemptions can now use some of those enrds nnd Wor Savings stamps In their campaign and spoke no word of complaint among the younger people for the ubutit his lot. but, went beloro his united war fund. This fall when the wnr council of Gov eminent called him. He had HIATT CRAWFORD Y. W. 0. A. made plnns for the both tho rugged strength aud the ltllS .'nr drive, It Included In Its pro.4 vigor of manhood and the tender gram the rule that no young girls unBoy any soliciting, devotion of childhood, Before der eighteen can do Hiatt Crawford was tho first his camp was placed under quar- on the streets or otherwise. They cun 11 give, but they cun only give by enrn-Inof our town boys to be brought antine, ho wrote his mother every Consequently In order to home in his casket, wearing tho day. He gave the efforts of the girls In nil the his lifo to his uniform of his Country. His counUv as truly as soldier has districts over the country, tho liirn Give club Is enrolling members death touched the depths of this who died on the "glory"' Held. nnd has given out an estimate of $.1 nnd community's emotious. The wholo His family has given they only apiece to bo earned for the wnr fund 11 respected and God know how much. But campaign by the American girls who community honored, Five count their age In 'teens. and loved this soldier boy. Tlioy thoy have a respect for and a still dollars uplece from the younger girls shared with the .family their pride in their soldier boy thnt of the country will mean that the naJ pride in him. He belonged to the parents of no living Slacker tion as a whole will mi Its charitable rgunlzatlons' war chest. the highest typo of young Ameri son cau ever know. Some high school girl In New York city Is going to turn her ?5 by shining her own shoes Instead of stopping at Much sympathy 'is felt for the the Greek stand on her way tr school ei-'Rix.jn0v . ftereaved ones -YACy ffl&Ktu lnr.tvfe&THltweki''i'.r" On the Hth of October, 1918, W. H her noon lunch. Out in Iowa the girl few families in town or in this Krueger died at his hone, In this town, vicinity that have escaped tho after an illness of only a few day oi who has been spending 15 cents plus wur tns for a movie three nights u plague, Flu epidemic and the seriousness itliat ilevustatiiiL'so latallySpanish lnllu week Is going to draw a lino through enzn. wludb Is sweeping our tjie movie habit except when there Is of it has been felt in many country Will Krueger. as he was familiarly un especially good bill. More than one homes. Dr V. E. Craveley is called, was born Oct. 5th, 1881, and came girl plans to clean nil her own gloves confined to his bed now with it. to this country with his parents In 1883, this wluter and to salvage ull the payears ugo his parents per and collections of Junk about the and the first of last week Dr. W aud twenty-sevelocated in this place which has been his F. Carter was confined several home ever nince. He grew up here with house which should be sold to the Junk mun to bo worked over Into some prodays with it. The doctors and our boys and became one of them. He ductive Industry. The girls In their was a favorite anion;; his associates and druggists are kept very busy playmates. He attended the public and 'teens nro going to enrn Instead of tho money. high school are to andinfict a half dozen doctors student in here, and afterwards was a ask others forgive .in their They names Center Co'.lege, Danville, sacrifice nnd own could not have answered all the Kentucky, and later attended tho Law und older women will make the public calls that came to town. Wo feel, School in Louisvills, Kentucky, and j requests for money elsewhere. was admitted to ttie practice ot the law Many of the "girls who nre waiting Pursuant ton resolution passed however, that the worst of the in January 1911. October the 12th,19ll, to Join the Barnaul Give club are alepidemic has bten reached and ho married Miss Mary Cecil, of Dublin, ready Patriotic hfuguers. und thoy have at its Special Term, of thq RockVirginia, who survives him. To them that conditions will soon settle was born 0110 son, Fritz, who is now learned scYeral (radical lesMiux In the castle Fiscal Court, Oct. 1,1918, four years old and an exceedingly thrift that will fmake them effective 1, the undersigned, Sheriff, will back to their normal state. Last brinht and lovely little boy. Ilesides by their Sunday was the first and only his wife and little boy he leaves his members ofofthejnew elub vegetables. causo a poll to bo opened in ouch fruits and time within our memory that no father, Fritz Krueger, Sr , and two They have canned und pickled. Now of the resppctivc voting precincts brothers, Fred anil August, who are bells were heard at the dilToreut residents of this place and successful when the end of summer brings the ol Rockcastle County between the business men. Ills mother died about beginning of school they will change hours of 6 o'clock 11.111. and 4 churches, and there was no pub- their thrift Into winter thrift und betweho years ago. o'clock pm.. tiii thu 5th day nf lie worship in town Guy Rob Will Krueger was a talented and suc- gin snvlng their $3 for the Y. W. C. A. Nov , igtS, for the purpose of erts, who is stationed at West cessful professional and business mini, war fund. "Wherever You Are Is the Western Point was at home a few days and had the brightest of prospects cut Front" Is the slogan which tho Karn submitting tho question to tho vot him when his useful life was on account of the death of his short. Ho was a strictly sober, moral and Give club has adopted. Auntt, one man, dovoted to his friends and idolized daughter of New brother, Roy Roberts, Edd his family. He joined the Presbyterian ulry thirteen-year-olYork's East side, vho was one of the Smith, of the Hiatt section re- ehureh at this place when it was organfirst and )oungct mcmbeis to Join the ceived a message Wednesday ized about twenty yearn ago. campaign at n New York settlement house, hud to have It explained to her At a meeting of the"i$ar of Mt Vermorning that his sou, Allen Smith thnt Instead of western front meaning non, on tho 17th October l'JIS. the folwho recently volunteered his ser- lowing proceedings werd had: tight mid fight meaning lists, the west-tervice to his country and was in Tho member of the Bur met in tho front menus work and work means to order and were the Navy, died at with pneu- Court House M. Ballard calledstated tho save In order to give. who by Judge G. and The girl who Joins monia. It is thought that his object of tho meeting when Judge L. Give club will discover the Hum conthat In W. Iicthurum was elected chairman, and body will we shipped hero for T. Niceley, secretary. The chairman junction with her working nnd snvlng J. burial but nothing definite has then appointed C. C. Williams, H.J. In order Unit her club will furnish Its llcClure and J.W. 3rown, a committee, quota of the money thut Is going to been loarned about it up to the to prepare and present resolutions ex- help the girls like, herself In France preseut (Wednesday evening). pressing tlio sense of Ow meeting upon and Belgium, she will also find numerIn use for over 40 years I of W. H Allen was a fine young man and tho death following Krueger, who re- ous ways lu tho community to help the Thousands of voluntary which were unaniported the war that she had ueyer dreamed of. bad many friends -- hero who are mously adopted: letters from women, tellShe will see that ull the fruit pits mid WllKKKAS. It lias pleased the Judge grieved to learn of his sudden ing of the good Cardui stones that can ho suved from her own of tho quick and the dead to remove death, and much sympathy is from among us our friend and a brother dining table and from those of her has done them. Tills is felt for his father, brother and member of this liar W. II. Krueger, neighbors, are dropped Into the little the best proof of the value red barrel at the corner. In order that therefore bo it, Resolved: sisters who survive him. Cashof Cardui. It proves that firs, We recognize that In the the ciubon uliltli the xceds contain can ier aud Mrs. A. M. Hiatt wero death of W. H. Krueger, a lawyer of lie used In making charc'oul.for the Cardui Is a good medicine ability aud much promise has been in Stanford Tuesday having den- taken from among us and taken to that American soldiers' gas masks. She will for women. save ull the tin foil Hint she sees for tal work There are no harmful or dime. Mr. and Mrs. great high Court where soon, we too, the lted Cross. She will help collect all npiiear. must Chas. Brown habit -- forming drugs In recently moved Socond. We extend to his bereaved clothing for the French nnd liplglum from Quail aud are occupyin the widow, his youthful son, liis heart- - orphans and perhaps send them some Cardui. It is composed uroxeii uroiners anu oincr of her own. only pf mild, medicinal house owned by Miss Isabclle relatives miner, his siueero sympathy. our most School girls In India, children from ingredients, with no bad Martin. Mr. Brown is braking for Third, That we request that these pqualld, dingy homes, with absolutely bo spread at larue on the no spending money, gavollust year to resolutions the Louisville iV; Nashville on this Order Hook of the Itockcuotlo Circuit Belgian and Armenian relief when Court, and that they bo published in tho they division. themselves were not getting Mt. Vernon Signal. enough to cut. They gaps up their C. C. WlM.IAMS, Buy MORE Bonds meut once week (or the Belgians, II. J. McCluhk, though they only had It twice a weelt J. W. Hijown, CAN MOW EhT AND SLEEP Committee. themsehes. mid for the Armenians they set aside the handful of fresh IN COMFORT. grain (hut otherwise each girl would hnvo ground In her own little stone If troubled with indigestion or mill. Both contributions, from all tho sleeplessness ynu should read school, girls In one missionary's what Miss Ag s Turner, Chiamounted only to ? n month. "But It was a tremeiiifbus sacrifice," their cago, III., has to say: Overwork, You can rely on Cardui. teacher writes, "although a Joyous one. irregular meals aud carelessness Surely It will do for you It uctunlly meant less bread each tiny, Clovelond banks and trust compawhat it has done for so regarding tho ordinary rules of aud once a week a meal of dry bread nies have agreed upon a plan which many thousands of other ami w titer. This wus done by 80 girls health, undermined it until lust makes buying Liberty Honda very from the meanest homes In tho world worr.enl It should help. fall 1 became u wreck of my close to the easiest thing? In the world. "I was taken sick, ehlldren between the nges of frve former self. I suffered from seemed to be and fifteen." To tho who cannot conveniently continual headache, was unable snare writesMrs.Mary E.Veste, Four hundred thousand girls In 47 th cash for their bonds, they states hnve become Patriotic Leaguers ol Madison Heights, Va. to digest my food, which seemed will make loans up to SO per cent ol since declared wnr. If as "1 got down so weak, to Jay as a dend weight on my (he par value ot the subscriptions (or many Americagirls .and working girls school could hardly walk . . . stomach. I was very con.tl-pate- d nlnuty days from October 14. on bonds from all classes pledge to earn und Just 8t:ggcred around. and my complexion purchased through theao Institutions. give, the united war fund campaigners I read ot Cardui, $170,600,-00and after taking one botdark, yellow and muddy as The Interest rate will be the coupon will have $L000,000 of their I tle, or before taking quite I felt. Sleeplessness was added rate, 4U per cent ' buy tiBtRTY Bonds all, I felt much better. I to my misery, and 1 would awake Moreover they will renew these took 3 or 4 bodies st as tired us when I went to sleep. loans, wbon satisfactorily reduced, for Buy MORE Bonds that time, and was able to of I heard of Chamberlain's Tublots 1 second ninety days, at one-hado my work. I take it in the spring when runSIN0KUK ORATJTUDE. und found such relief from tak- ono per cent In excess of the Federal down. I had no appetite, ing them thut I kept up the Iteservo bank's discount rato on such Mrs. William Boll, Logansport, and I commenced eating. loans. Tho Reserve bank's rato of treatment for nearly two mouths my duty It is the best tonic I ever per cent, subject Itidi, writes: "I deem it now Is They cleansed my stomach, in. discount change at any to oxprcs my protitutlo for tho saw," Try Cardui. time. to slight Colic and good CliatuborUiq'fl ;igotatod my system, and since Tneso loans will not Interfere with mo when thut tiini I can cut and sleep in the borrower's regular line of credit. Diarrhoea Remedy'dld diarrhoea I had u severe attack of comfort. I am today entirely The purpose of the plan Is to en- three years ago. J.W was tho well.'' courage the taking p larger bonds onlv medicine thnt relieved me." than would otherwise bo bought Buy ubuiy Bonds -?"vliFri"vfpifM" ROCKCASTLE jy TAX NOTICE sfTTvr 2T2CI 2XEZ2Z2ZSGC 2XEZ2I zxz Last Call Friday. In Your Voting . 11 Deaths Elsewhere rf Rockcastle Citizens Precinct Wrri.Kirby's Store Nov. Mullins Station Livingston a 2 Saturday 6 u 7 Wednesday Walnut Grove Thursday Saturday Quail P. O. Brodhead u n 9 Wm. Sowder's Store Granville Owens' Store n Monday Conway Our Soldier 12 13 Tuesday Disputanta Wednesday Crooked Greek Voting House Johnetta Voting House Orlando Pine Hill Wildie a 4 Thursday Friday 15 6 Ream sf tore a it Saturday 23 Saturday Woods' Store past-due-w. vev .W.H,KJ.U.S.GERj lo-un- Thiige-tllS.Jasf- . CMMMMHAtsx pwve- n opportunity you will have to pay me or one of my deputies at places above named. Please meet us and settle your Tax. TIP LANGFURD, S.R.C. SA!VE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE- - HUN. NOTICE 1 BUY .BONDS. ers: Are you for a Property Tax purpose of ascertaining tho will of 20 t: tits 011 each $100 00 worth of tho voters of siid voting preof property in the County of cinct upon said ipiestiou. Rockcastle, to be levied each Attest: S. P. Bowman, year for a period of five yeirs, for County Court Clerk. public roads or bridges of said County, or either or both of them? J. S LiANfll'OUI), Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Oct. 1, 1918. Buy Iibektv Bonds bo-fo- d n ttFor m the purpose ot improving tho CBUY tlPERTY B0NDS Weak Women ROCKCASTLO COUNTY COURT ORDBR. ' Whereas, a petition was on tlio iqth dny of August, 1918, filed with tho clerk of Rockcastle County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of vot ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in '$ I after-effec- ts. TAKE Rockcastle county, ashing a sub mission of the question whether cattle or any specio thereof, shrill bo permitted to run at large in said voting precinct. It is now ordered by the court that a poll bo oponcd in said voting precinct at tho next general election to bo held on the 5U1 day of November, 1918, for tho ROCKCASTLB COUNTY COURT ORDER. Whereas, a petition was on tho 29th day of August, 1918. filed wilh the clerk of Rockcastle County Court, sigued by inoro than twenty legal voters of voting Precinct No. 1 (East Mt. Vernon; in Kockcastlo County risking a submission of the question whether cattle, or any specio thereof, stall be permitted to run at largo in .said voting Precinct. It is now ordered by tho court that a poll he opened in said voting Precinct at the noxl genoral election to bo held on tho 5H1 day of Nc'veinher, 1918, for tho purpose of ascertaining the will of the vot-- , ers of said voting Precinct upon' said question. Attest: S. F. Bowman. County Court Cleric. 11 Make Purchase of Bonds Easier tiAliiJ The Wtiman's Tonic BE A STOCKHOLDER IN VICTORY, BUY LIBERTY BONDS. ... ," e 0. ... Liberty Bonds German Taxes CASTORIA Buy Ubcrty or lf 4i All Druggists It - sss FOa rLSTCHER'S Bonos"V CASTORIA Buy MORE Bonds Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR OT r. S - i KT T' Vt"rWt1 "coixsnttPfrSrcrrs - -' 'rT?i-'S- omjpJ i W1 a Jill IW r " "ut .Q'MuiwBi4taMMwi''a'j !'" Mt.Vernon Signal Mt.Vkknon Kv, Oct f Hon'. J. 0. Speight will spcalt ) 18. 1918 at Mt Vcrnoii, Tuesday. Oct. 2O, at t p. 111., in behalf cof tlio Kc pjblican tickot. LOCAL i -- ?!M ItfittltMlltlUlttl MtltttlttllltMIIMtll ' itil HHbBJHVBHBKHHalt itVfS. 79 up "Hoi 7q" wjint touommtin one wltlt HIQNA.L. r.76 a W.H. BROWN . WELL BLESS HIS OLD HEM &m LOUKVIUE A Mrs. Dolph" Mullins, of I'ino Hill, died Wednesday of influenza. Undertaker V. A. Cox reports the rjiIo of eight, cofTius during 1 NtHVIllt n. n. CO. lie week TIME TABLE. north north ' jouth Jl South 2 24 1) 4.57 8:35 12:35 12:45 Jas. Landkum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Kntertri at the Mt Vernon, Ky. TontoTice mall matter. m ifConcl-ciaKu A voung cluld ol not) Spoona-tnoro- , of the Illutt sottlsment is p tn dead of dropsy. am A small child of BeV Thomas, of pm tlio Red Bud section died today am of whooping cough. Willie Payne, son of W. A. Right Here - I Am .ft tea m I Just plain old BILL BROWN just moved from the tunnel, right into the middle of town. Bring your Produce and conre to seo me. I Will Pay You Iligliest Price. r Payne of the Freedom section is dead of influenza. Willis Cromer, son of Charley Cromer, of Walnut Grove, died Wednesday of pneumonia result-in- g . .' PERSONAL I' i.V- - river route. Mrs. Charley Thompson is Tho honor roll for this and visiting her sister, Mrs McUee. last week of the Livingston VV R. McCiure is visitMrs. Fourth Liberty Loan has been ing her .sister in Terre Haue, Ind. receiven, but wo are not able to Mrs. W. M. l'oynter who lias handle the roll for tho county been number with the sick, is at the present. better.. Mrs Will Doan, living on Rich, Dan Pitman, who is serving tnond Street and an infant babe Uncle Sam, is at home on a died within twelve hours of each furlough. other of pneumonia. Tho d Miss Clyde Watson, of Brod. and a small child arc in a head, is with hor .sister, Mrs F. serious condition of the came disI,. Durham. lease. r- .... : o. i., ..1. bus-ban- David Cra'g is at homo for a from influenza. few days stay. Statu Road Engineer, J. R. Mi's Margueri'o Welch is ttt Carson is now surveying on tlio from Borea College. home Dixie Highway between Liv Mrs. Mary liurnuM, of near ingston and Parker Creek on the town, has moved to Wilton. ::::: .iii::ii.:::i!iu:iiii.;iiin:iin:iinni! r .....I . W.H.BROWN a . .:::; BACK THE FIGHTING MEN WITH THE FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. - . Buy tioeuTY Bqnds BUYtlBERTY BONDS ng 42mM at Mimucsuoro, V'f.tgW is with l;is cfc&jpj -- FOR-F-EBSK 1 'li family here. Miss Jttlia Fish who has a nice position in Covington, is with hcmefolks this week. Tins services of Mrs. Campbell, trained nurse, of Paris, has been obtained for F. L. Durham. Mrs. Patsy Brown, of Stanford, was cnllid to this place last week to nurse Mathew Fenzel. Mts. Geo. Durham, who has boon very sick with typhoid for several weeks, is slowly improving. Mrs. H. U. Smith, ot Stanford, was called to Mt. Vernon Sunday morning ,to nurse W. II Krucgcr. Mrs. Sain Fields was called to Harlan County Saturday night on account of the illness of her son, Ilobatt. Mrs. I.ucy Moore, aud son, Edgar Moore, of Horoa, attended the burial of Hyatt Crawford here Tuesday. Mr. John P. Cecil, of Dublin, Va., was here Tuesday to attend the burial of his brother W. H. Kruegor. in-la- day lit tod the ban on gasolinelcss Sundays, effective at onco. lit announcing the withdrawal of the request, the Fuel Adminis tration said through the loyal response of the public 1,000,000 barrels of gasoline was saved for Groceries the military forces. MAY LOCATE HERE. hor daughter, Mrs. Huffman. A. B. Lewis, an undo of David Judge L. W. Bothurum was L. Carter, of this city, has rein Danville tirst of tho week to cently sold his fine 299 acre ranch seo his daugluor, Miss Tovis, in Glando Park, noar Grand who is attending collego in that Junction, Colorado, and is now city. looking about for another locaJohn D. Henderson, who is at- tion. Ho is at present visiting tending a dental school in Louis- his nephew in this city, and ville, camo homo Tuesday. Tho may locate hero if ho can tind to suit htm. The school being closed on account ot something News Grand Junction Daily "flu". and speaks of Mr. Lewis as one of M. Boone Mrs. James grand daughter, Miss Sue L. the most successful farmers and Smith, of Maywood, aro visit-iu- stock raisers of tli.it part of Mrs. Doono's duughtor, Mrs Colorado. Tho Ponca City Daily Courier. James Rickels. Mr. Lewis is a brother of Judge Miss Sadio Richards, who is D. Lewis of this place. holding a lucrative position in S. Louisvillo, was called home on ILL! tLU Llill II account of tho serious illness of hor brother, Raymo. Rayine Richards, son of Mr. J3IJ3, and Mrs. W. L. Richards, who was taken tn the London hospi i? tal, having both pneumonia and .?Pi7. ", UI lamBi nW KW to reported much appendicitis, i hotter. Mo oporatlon has boou performed. tMTXJTT iiiilliiimmiiiimi James Marot, of Winchester, Mub.CR9eu drove- over Tuesday evening, intending to attend the burial of Ufoyf "fv W H. Kruegor, having been dep! tn. layed, did not 'arrive until 8 tmLvt He was deeply moved at tho mis' do fortune of our community. He returned Wednesday morning. Mrs. J. 13, Lovisav is visiting (UjL relatives nero and at Corbin She expects to return to hor g LLU I I Mrs. J. 0. Moore was called to Chicago tirst of the week on account of the serious illness of Mr. J. B Carne, whoso death cccured h.re.last week was on a visit to his wife aud baby. He volunteered for servico in tho RILES EAST OF ORLANDO Aviation division of tho army Jan. 15th, entered active service June On Cooksburg Road 8th at S. M. A. Austin, Texas, was transferred to Kelly Field whore he was promoted to 1st Arbuckle Coffee Sergeant. Ho was to have entered tho oflicers training camp Oct. 8. His remains were taken to Trenton, Tenn., his old home, where the funeral was held. Buy MORE Bonds Amid beds of beautiful flowers Foil Sau?: A good Jack, two and the stars and stripes, ho was of six- laid to rost just as the sun went tine vounjr studs, and a pair horse mules. See me at year-oldown. Four soldier boys and two once if interested. C. A. Davis, Ml.Vernon. couius acted ns pall bearers. minister said "His chief Tho Buy Uberty Bonds. commanding oflicer had conferred a upon him tlio highest honor within his power to grant, to call J J 1 !: : t : s : : t : : t f : t n him for servico nbov'o." Tom 23c STERN.. ...$MS. St'gP-ifl- .Brown Fishhacl; and First UieuVenant !Ailton3. 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 this city. The couple had been triends a little over a year and their marriage proved to be a pleasant surprise to a large number of their ' FISH BACK Billie Rider At Hold tfre-Reekcasf- cle 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 15 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 $ U 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 BILLLE RIDER and he will be delighted to show B I L L E to you or any of his products. I young people extend congratulations and sincere good wishes to their recent happiness. Tho Kentuckian-Citizen. C Buy uberty BonoT) CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED friends. Mt. 1 11 II R U M M 0 H D S CASH CROCERY STORE BUY 4IH. LIBERTY BONDS KJSS&r-SJXT- H iff ."iioMS-itf.- Of urn 1110 : .. mi's i 11111 t. mum ex- LIVINGS TON :. ' 11 : 1 :: 111 - Buy MORE Bonds FOR f FLElSiiS Buy MORE Bonds Miss Fishback was formerly of Vernon, Ky., but for tho past year has been living in Paris with her mother who is a mem bor ot 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 graces. Lieut. Stern, tho happy bridegroom, is a Paris boy and is a graduate of the Paris High School After finishing his high school courso ho entered Bellevuq. Collego, New York, and was graduated from this institution of learning with an M. D degree. Completing his educational course ho returned to Paris and opened offices as au eye, ear, nose and throat .specialist. His rare skill and mastetly understanding of his profession soon established for him a largo practice. Dr. Stern succossfnlly continued his piofession in Paris for four yeais having offices in the Daughorty ixl First National Bank Buildings. In i9i7 when tho United Slates dechred war on Germany, ho patriotically vol unteered his service to his country and on August 4 of the same year ho received his commission as first Lieutenant in the Medical Corps. Ho was ordered to on December 10 at Fort Oglothorpe, Georgia, and afterwards was assigned to his pres ent location at Camp Wadsworth, near bpartansburg, South Caro lina. Tho happy couplo after a short visit to their iclatives in Paris loft Thursday night for their ; honoymcon trip in the "Land of a tho Sky," first going to Ashvillo. N. C. At tho expiration of Lieut. Stern's furlough, ho and Mrs. Stern will return to Camp where thoy will remain until Lieut. .Stern leaves for oversea servico. Tho many friends of these ro-po- rt with Local Applications, as they cinnot reach the seat of tho disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly iniluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must tako an internal . remedy. Hall's Catarrh "Medicine is taken intoriialln and acts thru tho blood on the mucous surfaces of tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by ono of the best physicians in this country for years. It is composed of some of tte best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The ' perfect combination of tho ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is what produces such wonderful results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHKNRY, & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. All Druggists, 75c. F :. " , iu 0 Hall's Family Pills lor const! pation Buy MORE Bonds For Salk- :- A good Jersey cow 7 years old. J. T. Meadows. Do You Think There is No Competition? If anyone thinks thera is no competition amongst the big packers he ought to go through a day's work with Swift & Company. Let him begin at the pens when the live stock Cornes,lnj. let, him try to buy a nice bunch of fat steers 'quietly and "at his'own price wituout Jlbllib-- " DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, NotvCJ;Ir "fall kinds collected anywhere in the world. No charges unleHswueolIeot. Kufurence: Farmers National Hank. Write u. N ays Collection Agency, Somerset.Ky. Office: Kooin 7 Slaaonic Hld;f. a'6 lEXJiluliiH, ' Buy tiBERrTBosDT RY BUSiHESS UKIVER8ITY ml WtMcf a Wilbur SL isui Cotluu C8t2 Duilneti. Short Kind, Typo WriCna &nd Telegraphy inu 01a Hy much for Pnllii'rt rnn SSSj "oV w jouDl(eajtectudt?wrl nrlni( a hiak ciiaruJ ulllnn. T)lh1.imHfttarill.J. . kT,"".M!V.,-ourtofor...r uut Uprrul . " ii.Irtvnftinf.. tjtl, Ihouuaila ff ucc(ol K nEFAnTMKNT l"OU CoMlon. IAlirs,un Irrthetvpfr C4 UrtU hoiuo". l'orirUcuUntHrtw R. SMITH LCXINaTON, WILBUR Buy MORE Bonds Wads-wort- h, LONG TIME LOANS . 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, rhaneuvering 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 bouse for an hour or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their bargains to the last penny os they shop around among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale dealers, and the local packing plants. And then, when the day is over, let him have half an hour in the accounting department, where he can see for himself on wliat 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. To farmers In Central and South-or- n Kentucky at a low rato of Interest,. .Easy and attractive pay ments with the privilege of payiug off all or any pari of loan at uny Swift & Company, U. S. A. homo in Lockland, Ohio soon. Her husband is holding a nice position with the Clevolaud-Cin-ciunati-Chicag- It. Iruu MA o & St. Louis Rail- WEAR OUR OLD CLOTHES AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS I time.. Wo wjll help you pay for all tho farm land you wish to buy. If you are In debt or uoed monov to retire your loin notes wo would bo glad to explain. & CASTORIA For Infants and Childrtn Billle is another onq of Mt Vernon's boys who is making good ami buying ail the Lib. way Uo. Burt L.Sims DISTRICT MANAGKK Farm Loan Department Union Central Life lusurnnco Co 802 Socuritv Trust Bldg., Loxiug-- t ton, Kxiutucky t In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of o-- 3 as Id V. W erty bonds he can. & sjy s qftgw"! toaFSKa T.fTR-.igC- LT; tmWttMtwaiwawwiush'wtT! ''W'apgcr-tfaMaBH- p ChiidB'&n "SKI&SS & S;55SSs?3i5!VOTAVf r Cry for Fletcher's An Act of General Assembly W8 J FARMER WiLL NOT REI ATING TO PUBLIC ROADS Ft II. S. IN IIS TEST 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. That subsection iR of section n5fX Kmtucky Statutes, Cat toll's -- GREATEST K.litlou 1915, bo and tlio inio is hereby n ponied and in SECRETARY OF AORICI'LTUnE 18 8URE RURAL SECTIONS WILL cu Ik ic t the following is liciu DUY BONDS. The Kind You Ilnvc Always Bought, and which has been. in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been mado under his per- 9 sonal supervision since ft3 infancy. Vtuzf?. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. iy unm." ml . jC&$-- - Soclion IS M'sit The costs nf inter road con-tructe- il 'c unity -- CVD F HOUSTON. 0 Take no chance will no! r HUp Deposit your monev in the cue,., &, d" nndi'r Hie provisions of this act lull in paid us follows: In valtia- joiuntlos having an ion of loss than 4.5,100,000, 8eoratry Asrltu'.turj. r Tlio rourlli I.ib Casloria is a Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its ige is, its gupiantee. Eor more than thirty years it has been in constantmsc for the relief of ConstipationFlatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural bleep. The Childrcns Panacea The Mother's Friend. What ss CASTOR! A harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, tr cut sin be paid out of tins Stale road fund and tbo 11 ifir& a9ntei'j:' W $8P (&- - Tty fa" for Ttint Inii Is lrtCl: At PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon A Banking Institution. If you do flin nn wllO Good- - Solid not want to use it at once you can get interest on ruinitindcr county. ORDHR bo pajd by thu it, and the Bank pays 'all your Taxes on your money 'A eountry worth fighting for is a country worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue." tn IhOSP me what Sri tho ro thf ppone of I nm ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT, OCTO-HKTi3llM, 1st day of October, 1918. of COUN-T- Y Ar'er'c.n vltl pAVllF.fl CUSTOM fnrrm'f milk-Ir- r bo. 'Ii'f to.indft n icrtlcn In t h i fue GENUSE CASTOR A I ) On motion V. D. Mullins, ALWAYS la Use For Over 30 Years You Have Always Bought THK CBNTAUW COMfANV. MTW VOWK CITY, &0ic llOl Bears the Signature of The Kind 11 Ull! SHClO They tell us the only time "Kaiser il 1 " or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous American fnrmois hivi tlu r pntrtot.'p support of tli County, opm a poll in tueli of the nation's trual war I"ins Oui of Hie mopt Rtrlkin).' features of Iho oting precincts of lioekcastlc Ib'rty Loan wae tlio Fiipport Third glvin county, on the 5th day of 011 by tin firiulnr; and rural popula. same being the date of tlnriR N"t only did fannori purctiiBi rural thu General Election held in llbrrally of thf bond", but the mori ommunlfcR p a rulo wero and for slid county to nscerttin irompt Ifi compIctliiB their quotnn the will of the electors of said han the larpfr cities. More than twonty tbousnnd county on the election. Are you In Ibo United Strtes Kill) iu favor of voting u 20 cents road scribed or overBiibscrlbrd t'lelr tax for the purpose, of construct quoins, many of llicin on the first day ing and improving of the public nf the campaign. thpfio The major!' roads and bridges, oneoi both, as cltlp but countryof districts. wrro not Iowa, n tbo Fiscal Court of said couutv typ'cal ftKrlcultur.il htato, was the first may direct. Said taxation to run to Bubncrlbo Its iiuota. But wo now have a creator effort to 11 (period of five years and it is ranko. ,Our larcent war loan has been fvmhet ouici&( that no iunjun launched. It will tax our determinathat can not bo raised by the levy tion to defend our liberty and our reiu any one year shall be oxpended public at all costs. Our armies In the flflld aro fighting ylctorlously. Tho iu that year. forces at home aro now In an offensive that must not fall. Let ut buy liberally bonds that we RESOLUTION. Whereas, it is rosolved that in may attain our objective, a righteous And lasting world ppaco. event that tbo 20 cents road taxis r, -1 by Justice, seconded Robert Evans, it is ordered by t ho court, that the felierifT of Rocltcas'le pco( l an'rin-beliiR .ukM lo npke a fjloiFnl tcntr'Lut'"!! to lllicrly- - fix bll'l-I'ollar-. of Iho fact tlidt thf Ariiri'r'ri Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds You Will Be Pleased suitings and man of fashTailored to no mistakes, with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel" of the cloth and it individual design when order d from United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is overcoatings ion and make ff'& your intimate I tii fl siv-'M overflowing with new, appealing fabrics that will delight tho young the business man look the part, inches with the skill that makes !..;-..- . 1 "Our own Yanks" have started them whistling Let's back them up by subscribing to the ron LEAVE YOUR crmnwni 0 u Liberty Loan SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH Bank of Mt. Vernon mi iwrWTTTTarj!'i:" voted at the coining Novernbor election in Rockcastlo County then the amount that is derived from said taxation will be prorated and used in and according to tho sic of each Magisterial Dis trict. It is further resolved that the 20 conts road tax, which is a levy no;v in forco shall be omitted from tbo lovy of 1910: that tho present rate of taxation upon the ono hundred dollars shall bo tho same as at present Cam Muluns, J R.c.C. Fkubman Kktkon, J.P.K.C. W. D. MUU.IN5, J.P.R.C. W D. AiNi:v, J.P.RC. J. R.Eva.n's, J.P.RC. 1 The Yanks Are Buying Bonds I The Yanks are buying bonds. It's not nough For them to live and die and suffer all The agony 'Of living death. They know Just what their comrades die for when they fall. They know Its meaning to us here at home. They know the menace of the Prus sian lie To all the world and all the race to come. They know Just what they're fight. Ing yes, and why. And, therefore, while they offer life, they cry, "It'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 wo can let It go For such a thing as this. We'll do It, too. And If the folks at home can't ralcj enough WeWI borrow some to bring those bHIIons through." Oh yea, the Yanks are buying. We can rest And know they'll make up what wo don't provide. If we can let them, then let's hope the dead Knew not those whom they died for ere they died I Lucy Jeanne Price. 1 ,11 W&S-2- ,......w.i.. I 1 X OMIMWV 22kSsjt& cu:,.k., O. MUcinib, a r j DrUUMUclU n n i Bonds Are Its Poison MAP FREE! Sunset Magazine nnd - 00 por yearly htilv scription, boiiining with September Issue, 1918. S- WAR A increases us rates to 20c per copy on news stands Buy Liberty Bonds .Fudge Cam Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: LAST CHANCE JF AT ANY TIME YOU 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 t Truck, Binder, Silo or Cutter, Manure Spreader, .Lime Sprender, liny Bailor, Fertilizer, Fipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery wilhin one day. Keep them iu stock and can furnish you with repairs at once for anything i sell you. .CALL ME . Kudosed please find check No64ju for $1,189.33. Same boing the balance of all money ap- portioned to your county previous - to subscribo to SUNSE11 Magazine at the old price ot $1.50 per year and receive a o 1918. Large Liberty War Hap of the Western Battle Front, FREE This remarkable ollur is open to all uliosc subscriptions will bo reueltcd at this o'lico up to t lBtli. 1018. Siibscrlbo bjfoic this datoand savu the price of Ail-jus- KY.. 011 SEE S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky.' AT LONDON, Tho I918 upportionmont will be available in Docembor. Your County was apportioned $5,051.. 00 for 6 18. From this must bo first paid the cost of making the Fedoral Aid Survey inyour county. The remaindor can bo up plied to paying tho state's share of the cost of Stato Aid Koad woik provided the couuty has complied with the requirements of iState Maintenance Law en acted at the last session of tho Legislature. Yours truly, 1 TWO THRIFT STAMPS "Kill two birds with one stone" Help the Government and Yourself. Buy Liberty Bonds ., BuyIiberiyBonds. SUNSET MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA R. Wiley, mrKW v ZW '!s2Wj2?jr:v Br S7mst j'Vtti rsrrL -, 7w rjp KJ f A oriswvvoo .' -- U Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Mills and All Kinds of Tarm Implements. T. G. MOREN LONDON, KY. Commissioner Public Roads. A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good digestion ? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, und take an occasional dosoof Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25c. Buy MORE Bonds 56 State Banks Are Members of Federal Reserve Bank System The Federal nesorve Dank of Cleveland and Its system of member b.inkn will ono day soon represent a total of resources of one billion dollars. Ileccnt figures showed that In tho Fourth District 56 stato banks had been admitted to membership, and they have raised the total resources to Applications aro pend$603,278,000. ing from numerous other Institutions In the district arid as tha bankers learn the" advantages of being: member banks all Institutions will undoubtedly make application for membership. The Federal Beserve Dank system of the country Is credltod with being the most powerful agent In making possible the flotatiom of tba three Liberty Loans. mmmtBm KSW 0L Wt ' ,.V J, C- - McCLARY SpfltMN mm umr ffiZZ Germany's Fourth Offense Failed; PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest Importance, If your eyes are allowing any defects now Is tho timo to see people. Unchecked catarrh noon breaks down the tissue and destroys the organs or part., Kvldcnco of tho ravages of catarrh are nil around us. Without desire to frighten anyone, wo Ray: ''Guard yourself against catarrh as you would against the direst plague. Tortlfy your system. Take Pcruna." Catarrh attacks tho mucous linings, In any organ, In any part of the body. It U not, an Homo Imagine, con lined to the nose and throat, ul ough nasal catarrh Is the most common form and unlets nuny Not a cure-a- l . but a ra tional remedy for catarrh and all inflammation and conges- -' tion of tho mucous mem- brancs. I Warn 0 UNA &8fe mi UNDERTAKER and EMBALME A . STANFORD, KY. TluY Lidcriy Bonds lXsnuiNCi I Our Fourth Loan Must Not. Buy MUKli Bonds -- KjyYUBtRIYBOND.S DR. MOORE, Cox OutUUnL', The Opticita Mt. Vernon, Ky. Buy MOKE Bonds 3CferxK3or W. BETNURUtt b. ATTCKNKY AT LAW MT VliUNON, HY, Will practice in ull tho courts. Ulhceon cnuicu Mitel C. C. MT ATTOllNKY-AT-LA- Williams m or&e$&c . VENON,KY OPPICB.- - On2cd.floorof, Dank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tlon givon collections. 'PNONK 80 A Libeaty Bond Keeps Your Money in America and Sends Your Heart to the Front. Buy MORE Bonds Buy MORE Bonds 22S First Avenue, 'East Like fitatlon, Ulnnlngham, Alabama. i purls wick A niFPnnnNT rrmsov. Teruna has cured my stomach and I feet like a different person. I only took twelve bottles of nnd can eat anything without distress, something I have not done for fifteen years. I recommend l'eruna to everybody suffering with catarrh of the Btomach. 1029 16th St.. J. J. THOMPSON. Columbus, Uuorgla. FOR ALL FORM8 OF CATARRH. WRITE FOR THIS BOOK. Peruna Is indicated for all forms All sick and suffering should of catarrh or catarrhal Inflammation write The Pcruna Company, Dept. and congestion of the mucous linColumbus, Ohio, for Dr. 's ings In any part or organ, such as Health Book. 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