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VERNON, COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 1918 1 L.UDL1 .J They seem to regard it a "Bill Kaiser" to Berlin just like privilege, even though they are you see Mutt running Jeff in all "bumped off" as many of the funny pictures. If this Y. them express it. Several Rcck-cast- M. C. A , does not send me up By E. boys I know have been in front pretty soon, 1 am going to the thickest of it. So far I have desert. That bunch of fellows out of the ranks from tight rope only seen one of them among the around the at. Mihiel sector are Somewhere in France. aud trapeze performers to hyp- "killed in action," Vess Brown, getting to far away from us. Sept. 23. i9i8. notists; from Negro minstrels an old school boy of mine I While 1 feel that I am rendering Mr. E. is. Albiight, (with real negroes) to Grand know how hard it must be for the service for which I best fitMt Vernon, Ky Opera, in fact everything that his loved ones'and the loved ones ted, it certainly is a temptation Dear Edgar: I can hardlv make myself you would see in any first class1 Qf any others who may pay the to enlist and join the crowd. I 'price that the liberty and the de- - can see Mr. Brown smile, if he believe that it has b?en more show in the city and the boys fense of Christianity demand, happens to read this and say than three months siuce 1 wrote certainly enjoy them and course there is always the boxing but if they could see and under- "That's all talk" but you know and and nearly that long since I wrote the letter te'ling of my 4th and wrestling to come in as often stand, as we do over here and as Marshall Foch said the greatest of July in Paris, hut it is true as we can find time. Our Sundays all will soon understand, they trouble with the Americans was Time certainly d es get away, are given over entirely now to would know that he died in the in holding them back. The boys being more than sx inonhs now religious programs. At first we greatest cause any being, save go to it, like their daily tasks I have nad movies on Sunday night, the Master Himself, ever gave bark home, and with so much. of I left home since thought of writing often in the but of late have cut them out his life for. How 1 wish our that all around you, you naturlast three months but you know and giving them a straight religi- homefolks could realize that it is ally absorb some of the courage things change after you are over ous service with good music, of worth a man's life. Our men of the fellows, and get to believe here awhile. At tirst it is all so ten having the bandt. or orchestra are giving a fine account of them- you could really face the Hun .u: u r 1n " selves, but in the words of one of without running. new and strange that you are w Piay Ier us- wu,tl1 I am our past leaders "We are beginI came into town last night continually wanting to unload service very attractive some-- ! joving my work very much and ning to fight." and the Hun who from camp fifteen miles away, opinion of things on anA WV. i,.c urrit hut am leeiing nne. in iaci nver ieu said we would never fight will got me a room at the hotel and ......... body UUU c. J..-w you get used better in my "life, and weigh 87 come to the conclusion as others actually slept like somebody, in after a few months, You in a way be- kilograms, however much that is have in the past, that we will one of those high French . beds to things . 9 This does just like you used to see at your after that next to One thing I have not changed never stop fighting come climatizd and the customs What a satisfaction to get e fruitlessreal heat a radiator. not mean that we are a warring grandmothers, except that they hugging do not seem so strange and you my opinion about in all the time cold trip home. No mo after all that French pec- - I have been here and that is that nation. Nor does it mean that have a dainty little feather bed decide the doom of extravagant, High fuel prices pie are not so pecular and there nine tenths of our boys over here our boys will come out of this over you so light that you feel plants. If you want a per- fuel wasting hea comes a note of music into the 'are better off morally and spirit. harden or with the desire and like it is going to float away with greatly reduced language even if you do not un ually than they were at home. lust for blood that some people you every time you turn over. fectly heat mm invest in derstmd it and you find your. Let me give you one examplet I seem to think will follow. Far I slept so good J think I will fuel bil s vou self silting listening attentively have seen fewer drunk men in from lit. The boys who come take a whole week .of it soon. to a conversation in French and the last six months than in any back from that hell of death and We are entitled to a seven days The euj ying it, while you have no six months since I was old enough destruction; shreiking shells, leave every three months. shrapnel; poisonous gas soldiers get CrTdayseVefy four idea what they are talking about to lemember, in fact out of the bursting T FVHiilr feneLsMiaUm'JK7?:flwr "Darned'' if I believe I will ever thousands of men I have come in and liquid fire tells us it almost months. I da not take my week IJl Bki 1 SSmaJiA j. ' l1rf""''--: mgnjf JBWjljeyl,. .11) Jr JSCLJ learn it. At any rate I have contact with in that time, I am invariably has the opposite ef- at the end of three months, but made a poor start in six months sure that I have not seen a dozen fect that it burns the dross from my six monthg service 111 rzj&Zpmw.tK3m miikht " II TjtzEM Oh, I can niaKe my wants known men drunk. How different that their lives and leaves them pur- up on the 9t fr J fVt-sis get a room, order a meal, or ask may seem to many of the fathers, er and better men, less selfish likely that whe the price of n article, but when mothers, wives and loved ones at and more considerate of rights will be climbing it comes to even carrying on an home, from the stories and im- of mankind ao4A, cJiyrir rila iftre alguLk oT NicsssssssBssBlwrsssssHslissssB m Sim. tr 7 saUK? ...bbV WTV V Sill .H tJsjsrwBHWW WMsjfaVasi V ism wST smanvHr'lBrafmv ssi MBHBrsBFTVMMfrlVSBV coa.vp rrM , pulsions which they have possi- tion to his God, which can only the Sunshine rjlP(Vn W H Wl ' V II H'lssHw" 1 ' straight p. I have taken les bly gotten of conditions over come through the realization of do not worrjfi JWsWs"s"SW"E- jmiii jsav, Ikul ,1 MiTisEBgre-rrwarTmnrmr- w r rimTrTrrJ-- B sons from all kind oi people, here. They ought to remember a Chystian service, bravely and ifor m is aijtesjrodf in tht gam bling iadifS, but to no avail. that France is not a new country noblyserformed. halls during fcosiuess hears. all. with Spanish Influenza, and deaths will have been reported, tives here from Kansas. Mrs. I eat at tie same table with a and that their boys are not only in, I 'have heard from several of The great gambling den at her body was buried at 2:00 as at least rive or six persons are J. W. Masters left for WilliamsFreuch interpreter, who speaks satisfied but generally contented the Rockcastle boys but so far tbsoMier's leave center good English, and worry the life and happv. What a blessing it have only seen four, Floyd Gen-tr- has been turned into a magnifi- o'clock Saturday afternoon, after now just hanging on to burg, Monday, on account of the illness of relatives Miss Maude out of him. He says he may be would be to the army if the folks V. M. C. A. and if the Prince short services at the grave by the very brittle thread, and Will Prakes, Geo. Jarber cent Bishop tendered her resignation able to speak English, but has a back home could just know and and Ab Owens, from Maretburg. of Manaco turns Monte Carlo Rev. A. J. Pike, in the Christian held out at all for so time understanding "American". realize that, and stop their wor- They are all getting along nicely over to our government for a church cemetery. She was a fine few homes have escaped this ter- to the Board of Trustees of the The fact is I have a pretty hard rying. They would thereby re and making good soldiers, the leave center, the one tbere will little girl and had many friends rible disease and while there are Graded and High School here time understanding the English- move the greatest cause of worry latter three being in the same likely suffer the same fate. 1 among her associates. J.Douglas fewer new cases in town it seems Tuesday and left for Caneyville, man myself and I do not wonder among the boys, because they camp with me and it is about must close. Give my regards to Martin, son of Mrs. R. S. Martin, to be spreading fast in the coun-- where she has a better paying po-tr- y and a large number el newsition. that he finds our language con. say to me over and over again all the four of us can do to hold everybody and tell John I will and a splendid business man, died It seems to us that there siderably different from that in that if father, or mother or wife down the size camp we have. settle with him after the war. I Tuesday afternoon at 5 45 o'clock cases are daily reported. Mrs. is little use for some teachers to England where he learned to would not worry, they would be Of course the Colonel and other have not received a copy of the He, too, was a sufferer of Span- J. M. Adams got a message Wed-- ' enter into contract, except for speak. ish Influenza. He had also been nesday that her brother, a Mr. ' their own benefit, for they regard alright. Of course there is dan- - officers help us some. I must Signal since June 7th. I am getting along nicely with ger, but that is the least of the tell you of what one of the cola sufferer for many years with Skirvin, at Dry Ridge, was in it as a mighty little thing to break Very truly, I my work. Since I wrote you boys' thoughts. I am positive ored soldiers said the other day. His a dying condition and she leu It. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. asthma and hay fever. w E. R. GENTRY. transferred that men are thinking more about One of the Y. M. C. A., girls I have been last father, the late R. S. Martin, died immediately for his bedside. O. Joe Bishop left at the same time; - Buy Liberty Bonos V from the co ored building and religion and their duty to God ask him how he liked the war just where they went we are not about two years ago, and Douglas R. Cass took Mr. and Mrs. Whel-do- n I: ca r j incjr uveu ai oom;i. to High Bridge, Wednesday-sightseeing- . lmui ineu. n. have charge of the entertainment and man than ever before I am and he said, "Miss, ah jes likes it took over the Tobacco ManufaThey are visiting set before moving here a few work in one of the largest huts in equally positive that they are so much, I wish I was a baby in cturing Plant and continued the their daughter and other rela- - weeks ago. France, by that I mean that I thinking less about death. In my mudders a'm and a girl baby Mrs. William Francisco died at business in a very successful plan all th? programs, not that I fact it seems that death is the at dat.'' Before I left the coloied her home here Thursday of last mariner, and had shut down the - Buy Liberty Bonds -- C Buy Liberty Bonos' am an entertainer by any means. least of their thoughts and seems hut a great big good natured week at in the afternoon, plant a few months ago, after he 4:30 We have the three moving pic- to have no terror as we have so southern darkey walked up to after a few days of intense suffer- knew he was subject tobe called tures each week, and one travel- long thought of it. I dare say the counter and bought a package ing from influenza and resulting into Army service at any time. ing party of entertainers or there is less real fear of death in of cakes. As he turned away he pneumonia. Mrs. Francisco be Douglas had many friends and no speakers. This leaves two nights our army than in any class of said to the crowd standing round, fore her marriage was Miss Floy yoUng man in our town will be each week for which I must pro- - men you could call together back "Dem what ask me for some o' Tharp, daughter of Mrs. Bettie missed more. He was a member vide local progi am s and we have home, and I do not except the my cakes don' git none Dem Tharp. She was a membsr of the of Brodhead Lodge of Masons. some great ones. You know Christians, as a class. The boys what don' ask me, don' warn Christian church and up to the His mother, two brothers, Virgil there is no lack of talent in we get acquainted with come none". The fellows over hthje past two or three years was ac- and Dick Martin, and two sisters, 1 this army of ours and it is to shake hands with us and tell certainly do pull some good ones tive in church and Sunday school Miss Isabelle Martin and Mrs. Off to the front aud and I wish I had time to write a work, and was a mighty good Byron Owens, survive him. His the very best. The fact is that us good-byin the last three months I have tickled to death to get to go. book of war stories. Of course woman. She was ever ready to remains were buried at the famput on shows with talent right Some come back, others never there are some chronic grumb help those in distress and always ily burying ground about two Buy Liberty Bonds Buy Liberty Bonds lers among both white and black; administered to those who needed miles from town Wednesday jT officers and men, but they really her services. On the following afternoon at 2:00 o'clock after mean nothing by it. Its just a day at 2:00 p.m. her remains were short services at the grave by part of their every day life. If buried in the Christian church Eld. L. . N. Bowling. The bethey do not like the program or cemetery after short services by reaved Ones have much sympathy. the kind of tobacco we Sell her pastor, Elder I,. N. Bowling. News reached us late Wednesthey "cuss" the Y ; if they do On Sunday afternoon at 5:30 the day that C A. Wheeldon was dead not like what they h; ve to eat, son of this good woman died with at his home in Lancaster. J. W. and most the time its as good as the same disease and his remains Proctor, father of Mrs. Wheeldon, m tt mr they had to eat at home, they were buried beside hi mo.her was called to his bedside early Manifested by Resembles Old "cuss" the mess Sergeant and if Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Wednesday but only reached Catarrhal Condition Fashioned Grip they get sick, they ' 'cuss" the doc- John Farris was about 13 years him a short time before he died, With the first sympThe symptoms of Span tor, but all the same, they always old and one of the brightest boys Mr. Wheeldon lived here for a toms of Influenza, It is ish Influenza are very well to consult your famsimilar to old fashioned show up at the Y. when they are in town and had many friends number of years, but moved to ily physician at once. It grip pains throughout la not the disease itself lonesome, at the mess hall when among his little associates. Be- Lancaster a year or more ago the body, extreme dizzithat Is to be feared so much as it is the compliness, sleepiness, chills, hungry and at the doctors office sides a heartbroken husband aud and has been following his occucations which may follow. hlg-tfever, headache, To ward off Spanish when sick. And after all, it is father, the two are survived by a pation,, that et barber, since castdisturbed digestion with Influenza or as an aid to running- - at the nose and an returning health after any not a bad life over here. None mother and grandmother, and ing his lot there. His body was eyes and excessive spit attack, nothing Is . ting, showing an Inflambetter than Dr. Hart-- -. of them ever eat a meal without two little daughters and sisters shipped here Wednesday night man's World Famous Pemation and congestion runs. meat, good white bread and respectively and a host of other and will be buried with Masonic the mucous linings. sugar. I have an idea that is relatives. Sympathy goes out to honors, bat at this writing we are For Catarrh of Every Description Take more than a lot of you back tiis heartbroken mother and to not informed as to the exact time PE-RU-N- A home can say. Just as they are Mr. Francisco in this sao hour, or place. Besides his widow he The well known and direct action of Parana In restoring and in the states so they are here, but words of sympathy can only leaves three little children, father maintaining a healthy condition of the mucous membranes throughthe best fed, best clothed and help to soothe the pain that death and mother and other relatives to out the body makes It the greatest disease preventing and health best cared for army in the world. his brought restoring remedy known to science. to them, leav mourn his loss. We deeply sy al years Perona has retained its title aa a reliable For forty-fiv- e All they need is plenty of good ing them all broken up, and pathizeiwith the bereaved ones in American family. to the health of the af cheerful letters from home, full making iheir days sad and the loss of an affectionate hus EXPERIENCE OF F8EES THE BEST BECOMJtEJiDATIOlf NBWARB, N. J. "I have used ,- - i .w. rnrrn muw head, I Penini for colds and rrlD. It wlU of "pep" and encouragement and lonely. At 4:30 o'clock last Fri band and father. The influenza mmw Anna, v-B ceUent for Catarrh of the if they don't "bring home the day afternoon Miss Martha Wood- - epidemic is still raging in and do all you claim and more. My keep Peruna and MVnalln In the farallv alwsrra have a bottle on bacon" they will "get a piece of all died at the home of her oar. around town, and before this let stomach and bowel m m. Mm A. hand for colda." Geo. Clark, 14 house all the time." trouble and Box SI Bunkle. the Rhine" and they will run ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood-tte- r Union Street. appears in print a number of j Buy MORE Bonds Buy MORE Bonds Flrst-TahLlasM-S- LETTER FROM FRANCE R. GENTRY r le n rTf"OY 1 t .. i . - I en-yo- ur ., - j-- Come Home t tf Real Heat and I Big Fuel Economy atI is j life, rat 1 jfo y, Mm Trii JvJsBfl'r - tgmmteijr: homnd .f . ole's Original Hot B&J K sH sV?ter W't I -- ssm aSBB T"" II -- 1 ii -- S T-- tWMMW ssjssl " VsMSMlsa 'r r-- Aix-le-Ba- 1 ( BRODHEAD . . j Lead the Way They Right. Buy Liberty Bonds To Your Utmost. e. j 6 w- STOVES For a mi a RANGES and 5 X See ard t. e... toU 8JOHN ROBINS s BRODHEAD ii.ii w- - . sr ela 2 I jmmt- at- 'irrr riTiinriii -i r-- . - -- "V,T JET IttV ernon Fbji-ay- Signal Oct. 25, 1918 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE VBAE $1.0 Advertising rates maae known on application MEMBER OF EBNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRAT GET BUbY. The influenza situation not hav ing sufficiently improved ter the lifti jg of the ban on public gatherings, the speakers scheduled for the greater part of this week have, of course, been canceled, but Chairman Thomas S. Rhea hopes that those fixed for next Saturday can be held, due notice At any of which will be given. it is expected that by the rate, first of next week, there will be no danger in gatherings and that from the 28th until election the woods will ring with fervent democratic oratory by the distinguished speakers that have been engaged. Should expectations not be realized, however, it is hoped that every democrat will constitute himself a commit tee of one to see that the full democratic strength is brought EVERY out. There is danger that the next Senate may be republican and when it is told that nearly ry republican member who succeed to important corn- assignments, has opposed P S.- -I mjght say resident's war program and in hearing distance against one or s, and at times it . is u res, it et tporiant couraging news. S3 we feel that PoittnastSf, Fortress MonrrJe, before long the waf will be over, Vugloli, Oct. 15th, 1918. to be eeeatl ji The French Mr- Edward So.lth, encouraged and talk as if the waj. would soon be over. But we an Crah Orchard, Ky. 3 here to eive the Hun a good SiK F. D. is with deep regret that rk ri It rr inn a n A m f.t Yr o a I have to inform you of the any peace except upon the death of your son, Allen Marion terms dictated by us. so do Smith, Sea-- 2 USNRF., which oc- think we are downhearted in curtd on this ship October 13, east. While I am lonesome 1918 ut 6:26 p. m., as you were cassionally for you all, I am informed by a telegram from the proud of the opportunity of Department. here The cause of the his death was Wp have hitr two- - und pneumonia I assure you that oiuij uuiiucii)(ai;ig ixti ""tfcit.ul lobar very nice but dirty, but whf " every attention was given him by get through with them thef wi)1 both medical Officers and their assistants. His courage and manbe ideal. The scenery is ttga,, liness was apparent to all. ful, clean, big, long hills There is enclosed a list of his us. I never eret tired 01 effects which can be forwarded to at them. 1 went down you by express, prepaid, or they short while yesterday can be sold at auction and the streets are narrow and amount obtained therefrom cred The town covers about ited to his accounts. It is re eround as Mt. Vernon b ' quested mat you inform us of are 1,000 people in it. your desire at your earliest con autos to be seen. Many venience. seen daily, and ambula Your son has died while in the lore. They drive at ni service of his Country during out hehts and J ofte this great war for the preserve how they get along wi tion of all that we hold as ideal deut, but very few acci for the advancement of Civilizapen. The roads are fi tion and the uplift of Humanity. I am getting plenty t His death is as glorious as if he good place to sleep, suffered on the battlefield, and happy such as every true patriot should I went to a show F iday night envy him, thought I can well given by Y.M.C A. t was tine. The Y. M. C. A. is t e greatest understand what his loss must mean to his father. association rn the w rid and it Please accept my deep sympacertainly is doing its work here, thy and prayer that our HeavAnyone complaining of the Y enly Father will comfort you should be either lock up for the only as He can. remainder of the wa or sent to Faithfully yours, the front line trenc es. SO do Lt. Comdr. M. C U. S. Navy, what the M. C A. Commanding. Will crcSB Itfrite oft n. w Your 1 ving son, i A lit j - W HOME Within the camp 1 1 c? 1 A tone, low building of frame construction, attractively planned. Witt) vide verandas and a homelike aspect. Ontslde are banging the nags the Stars and Stripes, which must soon be taken iu as lt Is nearly sunset, and another flag bearing a little triangle of blue and the letters Y. W. C. A. It Is a full afternoon and the air is a bit sharp. Through the front windows of the house the woman approaching up the walk can see the cheerful glow of an open .fireplace. There Is the sound of a piano and some one Is TAX NOTICE -- rv- 4 PCnXI I TVTTX I iXTTXI I I --TXT Last Call No v.. Friday 2 6 7 9 In Your Voting CJrj 11 yoJJor G ROVER. that we are of the big is very dis- our patients FLUCONDITIONS BETTER MT. VERNON lfluenz It. 1 Luatlon is vety Kentu unfiaggin. Iruiuistration tentative may i.exiou of the Senate that its next March and we appeal to democrats to see tnai it re- oy electing 'mains democratic Gov. Stanley, the President s choice, to till the position. Stamp under the rooster and thereby vote for Stauley and the Con gressional and judicial nominees kom Vernon. eOf Lights out. sismal otherKTnt. was gijfen. We went out in the dark looking ter the bird, bvt he never got over us. We could not even hear him. Everybody wanted to get a peep at him. Our windows are all screened and no Bbtsp be seen at night singing. The woman, who is slight and young nd puts her heavy suitcase down on the walk and shifts the baby she Is carrying to the other nnn. She listens a minute, then picks up the luggage and walks bravely up to the front door. Some one has heard her coming and Is there to meet her. Some one always la In places like this. The door Is thrown open and a kind woman's voice says: "Oh, do come In and rest Let me take the baby." The baby Is passed over and the stranger, worn from a long journey, tired and sad, is given the welcome which only the Y. W. C. A. hostesses know how to give. She explains that she has come to see John before he leave's for the front She has been saving her money for traveling expenses, and has come to surprise him. John has never seen the baby, and now maybe he never will, for she has discovered that John has Just left on a two duys' furlough to surprise her. Before she could get a train back to her home John's furlough will have expired and he will be on his way back to camu. The little mother does not knew how to meet the situation and tears of fatigue and disappointment begin to flow. "Well, that's too bad," says the sympathetic Y. W. C. A. worker. "But cheer up. You can just stay here for a couple of days. We'll send a wire to John at the first place his train stops and tell him to take the next train beck. He can enjoy his furlough here." This Is done and the little family has a glorious day of It The Young Women's Christian association has established 92 hostess houses of this character for American soldiers and sailors and their families. In this brief bulletin of news lies one the win oi tha most ning of this war. Our boy are hiding for their homes. The Yi w- - c- "? country Its hostess work in fend in Prance Is helping- - to keep the cou- ideal oftaericau horfe ho are pro- d to go away mes, but there tired-lookinoetent-tactoriT- Precinct Wm. Kirby's Store Mullins Station a u it Saturday Livingston Wednesday Walnut Grove Thursday Saturday Monday Tuesday Quail P. O. Brodhead u Wm. Sowder's Store Granville Owens' Store u 11 ,i 12 . Conway Disputanta 1 3 Wednesday Crooked Creek Voting House li J4 1 Thursday Friday Saturday Saturday Johnetta Voting House Orlando Pine Hill Wildie Ream sr tore a a 5 6 1 a 23 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. le TIP LANGFURD, S.R.C. vQT-- L SAVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE HUN. BUY BONDS. ers: Germany is asking for peace, an honorable peace for Germany they say. President Wilson has laid down in unmistable terms the i only kind of peace to which those people are entitled or will ever get, and that is peace brought about by 'Unconditional Surrender." What is a promise from the war lords of Germany worth ? Nothing, they art unreliable and their promise is worthless. Our allied armies can and will bring peace, and the Kaiser, "Clown" Prince, Ludendorf, Hindenburg or Scape Goat Maxemillian, will not be asked any of the why's or wherefore's of the terms of peace. GROVERPRICE Writes His Mother From France Somewhere In France, Base Hospital No. 78, Justice Group, A P.O. 784, A.E.F., via N. Y. My Dear Mother: Sunday morning and having some time. I thought I would write you again. We have been hard at work since we arrived, cleaning and making ready for patients. Today we are ready for 1. coo patients and must get equipped for 1,000 more. There are five hospital units in this group and we are supposed to take care Our of at least 7,000 patients. unit is a surgical unit and are to care for most of the surgical cases By noon we will probably get our first patients. This being an evacuating base, we will be getting new ones all the time and so soon as the boys are able to be trans ferred they will be sent on Hos pital trains farther back to regu lar Base Hospitals. I am glad that I am here to do my bit. for the bravest of all soldiers, you never hear one complain, 'hey are all happy and want to get back at the front, and the Hun has begun to realize the fighting qualities of our boys. Some time soon we think he will see tttp finish that he knows he is going to get 1 met an officer from the front last evening and he was fall of en "Ital Pursuant to a resolution passed that we dutjj better. P-- Y. TherMVQ know of at present aie Mr. and hostess housenirVal fireplace in at its Special Term, of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, Oct. r, 191, Mrsf Arthur Daily. Several mem- lt and a domestic hearth. There are chairs with cushions on them the 1, the undersigned, Sheriff, will bers of John N oak's family, one china Is not of the bucket cause a poll to be opened in each child of Micajah Sowder is very variety necessary In Camps 'ul best sick and two children of Mrs of all, the boys say, there are uice of the respective voting precincts to talk to. No boy in camp Otherwise we do not women hesitate to ask his mother or of Rockcastle County between the Sutton. would K: is fine. Will have The know of any one in town who is sister or the girl he thinks most of to hours 'of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 ph you when I get meet him at a Y. W. C. A. house, for o'clock pm.. on the 5th day of now considered seriously sick. G. home. will see that the women Reports indicate that the dis- he knows of the right kind.sheThe very Nov, 191 8, for the purpose of there are ease is spreading to different fact that lt Is known that there is a submitting the question to the vetCAN NOW EaT AND SLEEP parts of the county and for the real, homey place near each camp aupast few days the country people thorized by the war department and . IN COMFORT. V presided over by dignified and refined V have been hit the hardest. women, has served very largely to disIf troubled with indigestion or Brodhead and Livingston sec- courage the other type of woman and sleeplessness you should read tions are suffering as is the Or- keep her away from the men she formerly preyed upon. what Miss Agnes Turner, Chilaneo section. Mot so many cases The Y. W. C. A. houses are not es111., has to say: Overwork, cago, reported from Wildie and Conway. tablished with any view to marking irregular meals and carelessness class lines, however, although many of regarding the ordinary rules of the hostesses who assist led lives of greatest ease and luxury before the health, undernamed it until last wax. Democracy rules at the sign of TO TlAftE- -2 rtlltWaf 1 became a my fall wreck of the little Blue Triangle. GiU.weis anit 23S former self. I suffered from A story Is told of a great merchant's Ik., far fckk Cav. wife whose Individual fortune mounts continual headache, was unable I n use for over 40 y ears T. C O'fUU. to the million mark. This lady is a to digest my food, which seemed of one of the Y. W. C. A. commember Thousands of voluntary to lay as a dead weight on my mittees, and on one occasion she was s. letters from women, tellhelping In the cafeteria of a hostess stomach. I was very conti ing of the good Cardui pa ted and tny complexion be For profiteering in the sale of house at the Great Lakes naval has done them. This is A little shopgirl' who had came dark, yellew and muddy as mill feeds, the Crab Orchard a "day off" from her work In the basethe best proof of the value I felt. Sleeplessness was added Milling Co., was on Oct. 22 closed ment of the great store owned by the of Cardui. It proves that to my misery, and 1 would awake for 30 days and allowed to make Y. W. C. A. worker's husband, and who Cardui is a good medicine brother, was come to see her sailor as tired as when I went to sleep. a compromise jettlement by donat- had a State street hurry for service. In for women. I beard of Chamberlain's Tablets ing f loe to the Lincoln County Site sharply ordered the merchant's There are no harmful or M and found such relief from tak- Chapter of the American Red wtfe to "look alive with these forks, habit forming drugs in girlie." ing them that I kept up the Cross. The amount was paid to V The lady addressed as "girlie" quite Cardui. It is composed treatment for nearly two months the county food administrator humbly saw to lt that the pile of forks only of mild, medicinal They cleansed my stomach, in and delivered to the Red Cross was replenished. Then she went over ingredients, with no bad vigorated my system, and since chapter and the following receipt and talked to the girl, helped her to and sen,t her away locate her brother V. that time I can eat and sleep in taken: "Received of J. N. Saun happy. The shopgirl never knew that comfort. I am today entirely ders, County Food Administrator she had been talking to her employer's TAKE welL" ioc paid by Crab Orchard Mill wife. There are two hostess houses at the ing Co. for profiteering. Oct 22, Great Lakes station, and lt is a won Wm. Severance, Chairman derful sight to see the crowds of wom1918 HjSIIif8Mmmffl; en relatives and friends of the sailors 'Tnickest thenrSTshtar- san they are off Billies ; iron-boun- d ; ntyffll " iNUIW For z Weak Women ! t1T..VAll Dine-Jcnt- y training-s- ry tation. s -- after-effec- ts. Are you for a Property Tax, purpose of ascertaining the will nts on each 100 00 worth of the voters of said voting pre-o- f property in the County of cinct upon said question. Attest: S. F. Bowman, Rockcastle. o be levied each year fur a period of five years, for County Court Clerk. the purpose of improving the Buy Liberty Bonds public roads or bridges of said County, or either or both of thorn? ROCKCASTLE COUNTY J. S LiANGKOUD, COURT ORDER. Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Whereas, a petition was on the Oct. I, 1918. 29th day of August, 1918. tiled C Buy Liberty Bonds with the clerk of Rockcastle ROCKCASTLO COUNTY County Court, sigued by more COURT ORDER. than twenty legal voters of votWhereas, a petition was on the ing Precinct No. 1 (East Mt. Ver19th day of August, 1918, filed non) in Kockcastle County asking with the clerk of Rockcastle a submission of the question County Court, signed by more whether cattle, or any specie than twenty leeal voters of vet thereof, stall be permitted to run ing Precinct No. 6 (Orlando), in at large in said voting Precinct. Rockcastle county, asking a sub It is now ordered by the court mission el the question whether cattle or any specie thereof, shall that a poll be opened in said voting elecbe permitted to run at large in Precinct at the next general tion to be held on the 5th day of said voting precinct. November, 1918. for the purpose It is how ordered by the court of ascertaining the will of the votthat a poll be opened in said vot-n- g ers of said voting Precinct upon precinct at the next general said question. election to be held on the 5th Attest: S. F: Bowman. day of November, 1918, for the County Court Clerk. of 20 c: ' 1 ndd 1IM 03app conn v g 'fi wsms MVIMUSM 'O V it unr no M wPlS 09fOVJ-VfB- p tin JTxJ J 31IUM K "MO 9 (purny) twwfqns noraJjfc0 -a oa'ci -- -- am rnp m at snoi 90001 0 epxa Xq io jo apnesnoqi am pi mbmi-n rw"iaWit IIHW d nut aqt tuoiojt - jo spupunii -- paw om pijaa PM own t throng to them on the Wednesday drill afternoons. From 1.000 to 3,000 persons a day are cared for In the cafeterias, and the nurseries are full of sailor babies, whose mothers can leave them there safely while they are on the grounds. In addition to the hostess house r work in this country the Y. W. C. A. has established the famous Hotel In Paris as a center for transient women war workers overseas. There are also many foyers or recreation centers In France where girl munitions workers, signal corps girls and others are refreshed and brightened To farmers in Central and South- by association with the play leaders ern Kentucky at a low rate of in- of the Y. W. C, A. who have Introterest. Easy and attractive pay duced American gymnasium classes who Lincoln County Red Cross. The mill is closed with a notice placarded on its door snowing why, and the key to the estab liahment held by M. M. Perkins, Deputy Food Administrator. In- tenor Journal. The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardui. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "1 was taken sick, seemed to be ," writes Mrs. Mary E. Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. 1 read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever taw." Try Cardui. BE A STOCKHOLDER IN VICTORY. BUY LIBERTY BONDS. LONG TIME Pe-trogr-ad ... LOANS uonsanb pBjaAinn -- u ft AtfVNOUaid riaqava) Sat i spaoK Viimw off all or any WN0I1VMW1W M3H S.M31SS3M jnoX i IO)IIMSI je ayoqs Suiuik4o feiuuiatii i joc tanadiBiucu ajaaaimmmafMm " o .mm.M m A , ments with the privilege of paying tttto French at any part of loan Buy ubcrty Bonds time. Buy MORE Bonds We will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If you are in debt or need monev to SINCERE GRATITUDE retire your lei n notes we would be Mrs. William Bell, Logansport, glad to explain, Iod., writes: "I deem it my duty to express my gratitude for the good Chamberlain's Colic aud DISTRICT MANAGER Diarrhoea Remedy, did me when Farm Lean Department Union I had a severe attack of diarrhoea Central Life Insurance Co three years ago. It was the 802 Security Trust Bldg. , Lexing- only medicine that relieved me." ton, Kentucky CBvvUiBTtBoaosj; Ufa, ... Liberty Bonds German Taxes Onlldren' Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Buy or Burt L. Sims All Druggists M WiIKW J. TO ASTORIA CASTORIA MORE Liberty Bonos Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR Buy Bonds rmMiiiiirr-iirF:a-'-'-- 1 t - - - iirn ir 1 ii reyl!lgK, Tr.nrirr TiTurtTi an'ia) in.ii.'Mi r "i""jag?rJ"''- S Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vbrnon Ky, Oct 25. 1918 , C S7 79 no ' No. 79 worn want toCorarau ae with SIGNAL DEATHS. There will be no pie supper at The following deaths have ocScaffold Cane school house Satur day night October 26, iqi8 curred since October 16th, which have not been reported, The Cause, influenza. death toll of Bnd! ead has been Those who attended the funerrepotted through the Brodhead al of Mrs. Manie Butner letter and in the remote parts of were: Mesdames G. M. the county there have been sevBallard, Minnie Anderson and eral deaths within the last week Alice Davis. Misses Mc-Hargu- e . - Ji 'omw which we have been unable to Onie Silvers and Mattie Chesnut. get, as communication with the l, Messrs. J. C. Moore, W. H. Car-mica- Jo Davis. U (e & i4 . OjdGXL -- tOOISVILLt & Nmvilli R R CO. TIME TABLE. C 24 V6 ncrtii north south South Phone No. 8. 4.57 12:35 pm pm Dwight Bowman, Richard Cox. Robert McKenzie, Jesse Meadows and McKiuley Perciful Miss Sallie Stewart, of Wildie, and Mr. B H. Parsons, near here, went to Jellico, Tenn., Sept. 27th, and were married in that city. They had meant to keep it a secret for some time but the folks began to get wise about a week ago and they had to tell it. They are a splendid young couple'and the Signal joins a host of friends in extending congratulations. Carl King, son of Mr. George W. King, and a merchant at Crab Orchard, died there last last night of influenza He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Beulah Wallin, daughter of W.D. Wallin, also of the East End. Mr. King was about 35 years old and was a very popular, clever young man. He had lots of friends in his home town who deeply regret his demise. Much sympathy is felt for his wife and parents in their great loss. luterior Journal. registrars has been impossible. of Pine The list follows: Mrs. Hester Mullins, wife of Dolphie Mullins, Hill, 335am 12:45 a m 21 Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poatcfcoe m acond-cia- s mail matter. PERSONAL Jones was home from Camp Taylor teat tendinis father's funeral. Allen Lewis, vho has been in Iowa for the past tew years has returned to Rockcastle to make his home Geo. Mrs. Alice McLaughlin, after a several weeks visit to Rockcastle rehtives, has returned to her home in Oregon. S. T. Proctor was called to Lancaster Wednesday on accoun' of the death of his brotber-i- n law, C A. Wheeldon. George Childress who holds a LIBERTY LOAN good position in Hamiltor, Ohio, Rockcastle county fell $6,050 was here this week on a visit to short on their quota on the LiberRockcastle relatives. ty Loan, but no one who knows ago. cSgt. Robert Childress was home anything of the real situation in Mr. John Jones, of Mt. Vernon, this week from Camp Meade, Md. Rockcastle will criticise the coun- died Monday night. He was 68 He is in same company with Earl ty for a moment but upon the years of age and was suffering Philips from this county. other hand will heartily commend from tuberculosis and other com T. J. Pennington writes that he the few who were left to make plications. from pneumonia following influenza. Mrs. Will Doan. of Mt. Vernon and two children. Mr. Doan has been in a critical condition but some better at this time. A two year old child of Robt Spoonamore, dropsy. A child et Bev Thomas on the 1 8th and one on the 119th. Both influenza victims. age about 19 Willie Payne, years, son of W. D. Payne, died of pneumonia following influenza. The seven ;year old daughter of W. G. Clark, of Livingston, died of influenza. Mr Clark lost another child about a month ago. John William Morris' daughter at Pine Hill, died trom influenza Mrs. Laura Baker, wife of W. M. Baker, died last Sunday of pneumonia following influenza. The baby of Mrs Susie Cummins. The fattier, Will Cummins was killed in the mines in Harlan county only a few months All Baking Cares troubles take quick comes in, all baking ShouMers Our store has been closed a lew days during" this month on account of several cases of the Spanish Flu in our family, but we are glad to say we are recovering and able to be open again. Our Austin. Fo-Q- uit When CALUMET' Ynn po rirrhr. Closin : g-O- ut cakes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet make you forget failure. ahead and mix up baking materials, for biscuits, leave, BUSINESS SALE will continue right on until every thing is etold. You and your family are right now m need of a lot of our good warm BAKING POWDSR is the inert pnputar becui: o it tf rspjye ; t.ie mcf perject results. It h.tr.emi'jstr.'r-pendablbecause it i: islbe'tri a The fact that Rest seller proves that it is t! o be t. Atrial . 'II r nvince yent it tirrrin none jubirsi on. i acu.i .1 y J tr.:. it back a.;J Jfj E: rt d get your ipciK y bac!.. Calumet contains on';' such ingredients ns havj been approved rMG. cfli.ally by the U. S. Authorities. gfc ALUET r ; 4 ! J Yen save v.'!.tu yea b it. Ycii jvc wL.n )un mc it S- - Mz vV - UNDERWEAR SWEATERS CLOTHING SHOES m RUBBERS ? 1 l ?j3ik ?jjg& QUALITY jPi& HIGHEST AWARDS MgM&i J&&M''- J&m E I ajid other thiftgs. to' wear and we want to advise you that you can save some money by coming here for ' your Fall and Winter goods These bargains are moving fast now and it woufdnot be,, wise to wait too long to come for yours 1 tight, for their splendid work. Sam Lewis Sowder, age 17, ., ... :. Our quota was ; $71, 100. 00 and son of Mr. and Mrs. Micajah I I9 k had the workers been able to Sowder died Monday night of continue the campaign as it pneumonia following influenza. started, there is no question but Peny Burk, an aged citizen, that Rockcastle would have gone was found dead near his home I far beyond her quota. Thp Baek Tuesday. Cause of death apoplexy of Mt. Vernon reports $22,650; Mrs. Wm. McHargue, who was feuples Bank $15,800; First State Bank Livingston $i4.ooo and Miss Mattie Butner before her Citizens Bank Brodhead $12,600; marriage, died Tuesday of pneumaking a total of $65,050. The monia, followiug influenza. . 1 J 1M A son of Charley Cromer, of . .1 First State Bank nearly doubled their quota. The Woman V Com- the Skeggs Creek section, died ciothes Mr. Cromer's mittee, of which Mrs. Anna Mil- of influenza. the last week. 3 ler was chairman sold $27,000 of mother died the following day fi ki rsr. 1111 re riPT Ul UIVLiWlU There have been so many and this amount. A most splendid from the infirmities of old age ij rilLLd LAO I lit' nDl CATARRH CANNOT Biv r On Cooksbnrg Road 1. J still so many sick from influenza, record The Woman's CommitCURED . A son of Will Ponder of near that we can not attempt to give tee was well organized and there Livingston died last Monday and with Local Applications, as th&y the names, as it is almost impos- were some 01 tne cannot reach the seat of the tlis workers who on Friday Mr. Ponder lost his sible to get them all and we do far surpassed all expectations. daughter. Both victims of flu. sj ease. Catarrh is a local disease, Arbuckle Coffee not want to give part without greatly influenced by ..constitut This is the first time Rockcastle Miss Isabelle Tyree, living near giving all. ional conditions, and., in order has fallen down on her part in the fair grounds died of influenza :. and family will the great war program and it is a Monday. S. E. Hellard to cure it you must take an. in move back to Livingston first of source of regret and real embarterual remedy. Hall's Catarrh Mrs. Geo. Hellard died at Liv Mrs. Frank Mullins, rassment to her people but sick the month. Medicine is taken internaUn and, ingston from the effects of influBRONICBAL TROUBLE, . we understand, will take charge ness, which seems to have hit acts thru the blood on the tnu- J enza. Mrs. A. E. Sidenberger, Kock-fiel- cous surfaces - el the. system.' of the iocl exchange, the place Rockcastle harder than most any The death of Albert Parman's ajx at- Hall's Catarrh r Metiiciuj - was. ind., states: which Miss Lucinda Hellard has other county is the cause of the brother-in-lawhose name we tack of bronchial troublewhichs prescribed by ooe of oihe satisfactorily held for several fall down and when a representabit are unable to get, living in the usually assmls me in the spring" pbysiciansirp-thiyears. e&Buv 4ur tive from the Federal Bank of 25 Gauley branch section near Liv I hud Chamberlain's Cough'Rem years. Jt J.Sj.QDJijposed r f StoBw S2II''ilif "I2T ! Cleveland, visited Rockcastle a LOCAL edy the only thing thai .gives of tire ingston, is reported. ? week ago and saw the conditions, fff?1' BT'J Jess Bullock, son of Hon. E. me relief. After using it for a bined Jitfa some of tb ffi tflT Private Casper Livesay, Co. L, he made a report that was most ..tat via gratifying and one that will take Bullock, Jdied at Reading, Ohio, few days all signs of bronchial' blood purifiers,-- The -- perfect ,.;;;;9 16th Inf, A. E. F., France, r. 9 and his remains were brought trouMe disappears." ingredients combination- of the York. Rockcastle far out of he list as a New ' -here for burial Monday. ' in Hall's Catarrh Medicine is slacker county. ...S John Mink of the Brindle such Eugene Gentry, son of the late what produces . Mr P. Q. Griefin, Ridge section lost his house and 8 George Gentry, died last night Mt. Vernon, Ky. results in catarrhal conditions, all its contents by fire a few days ,521!! Send" for. testimonials, free. et influenza and heart trouble. Dear Sir : j ago. No insurance. j You mavk be inter-- " cewRx.v co., Props.,: - : Tne report reaches here just as.-.. estedin knowing that we have: Toledo, 01110.. It n now judge Carmical, who as we go to press that a Mrs -f 1 you with 3050 lbs., as furnished All Druggists, 75c. has received his commission Robinson and Mrs Stewart, Dave t, of Roasted Coffee since Hall's Family Pills ter consti Police Judge of Mt. Vernon, sucStewarts mother, both ofOrlando, 1918. ceeding T. J. Pennington who re pation died night. 'plain old That is a n ce amount of signed and moved to (Oklahoma. A small child of Steve Morris Coffee but we are still looking For 9ai.k- :- A good Jersey t ... just moved from the tunnel, right Mr. Alice Davis, Superintend The remains of Milo Butch died at Pine Hill last night. 4 cow 7 years old. forward to even a better Lusi The second death occured in ent of Schools, requests us to say McClure, youngest son of Sam the middle of town. into J. It "Meadows. ness between now and thejend ..-- -. that all schools will be notified McClure arrived here from Camp the family of Micajah Sowder of the year, aud it will' be the 'J Bring your Produce ami come to see me. when to open and that the notice Harrison Monday last night, when their five year for burial. best season for big Coffee I Will Pay You Highest Price. DEBTS .CPU EST EP will be sent out just as soon as Another Rockcastle boy who paid old baby passed away. Mr. and sales. ,: t "ii authority from the State Board the price for liberty and freedom Mrs. Sowder are certainly having 'tindl Accounts, Neus, Claims; Assuring you Jthatwe"ap-preciat- e qoUectod any wlwtje in tlK- world N p more than their share to bear. is given for the for you and for me. The boy Reference: charges unless we collect -this patronage and jm Wr4to tirff. .' Farmers National-Babk.Bry who gives his life in an American A letter came trom Logan again thanking you f;r it, . Ky . May's Cellectioir Agency, ant addressed to the editor this camp is as much a patriot as the we are To Mv Patrons: The Flu has .lildg. i Q;l6 Office KImdiu week, but the main part of boy who falls upon the Western had me knocked out this week, Very truly jours, Logue's communication was a front. H P Coffke Company, but I hope to be able to seiwe you .St. Louis. clipping from the London Daily Nothing has been needed worse by Monday. Hope you all have LEXINGTON, KY., BMSWESS OHWEBSfflf U:i :::;; Mail, which the Censor did uot than lights during the influenza recovered from the epidemic and . r let pass. Therefore his address epidemic and no industry has had my sympatny is with the beShort Hand, Type Wtiting and Teleofaphf Business, T"Mh nld influential and name was all we got. His the difficulty in trying to keep go reaved ones. Collese c.inrk muclr for: i 4rs. HAD NOTICED THEM. i ij..s x j v.(. vnn.iL tiaflLcoscHnuLiywaira wi . . nfwition.uiDlomaawa raea address is 3O6 Aero Service ng that the Mt. Vernon Power ecurinii a niyn lotti Sincerely yours, ! 2.' Ibecial Course for GovSquadron, American, Exp. Forces Company has had Mr. Perciful, Fertiinent Etajplonnent. John Rennkr, et enccmial Via London, Eng. his sou Willie and Alfred Bryant, gradates. Begin any time. The Dray Man. poi'IIES.tuidferthewiper- DEPARTMF1JT Tiafrtnof a lArtyPrincipni;. lWljdie. attending this Judge Cam Mullins and the the three who operate the plant ScMion. CmA tauiot homes. For partlcnlara, addreM - .UBUMOTOII. K 1 Homer vV WILBUR R. illTM Mrs. H. A. Smith was called Fiscal Court have bought a have all been down. Proctor came to our rescue for here from Terre Haute, Ind , on crusher and engine for the county vwn a TRADE MORAL-TryinThis is the best m jve made yet one night, when he was taken account of the death of her father, girl's, love by,, taking tier aurt toward rod building in Rockcastle. sick. Had it not been for S. T. John Jones. not only insures keeping up Proctor, who dropped his own It buggy riding is like an attempt 4fiKBERr', '""UB mm i"1 The oversea casualty list this what roads we have but makes it work and took charge, the town to do business without adverpossible to build more. The State would have been in darkness for week shows two Rockcastle boys tising. The aunt enjoys the Road Department is urging that more than a week. Not only the missing ir action. They are Wil,wr ".' lHfTm '"THP ,iSki county vote the 20 cent road Power Co., but the people of the liam Bellinger, son of Egbert the buggy ride, but it doesn't help I tax, in which event the State will town, owe Mr. Proctor a vote of Ballinger, Wildie, and Arthur girl. The your cause with-t-he and a debt of gratitude for Franklin, son of Mrs. Ella Frankpay $3. out of every $4. spent on thanks ' For Infants and Children iiV'.. "u ' . i i merchant who wants to win. the roads. This means the State his sacrifice. Mr. Bryaut is now lin, of the Wildia section. Acvertislng ' r In Use For Over 30 Years TRAuE MORAL will pay $24,000 a year. Don't able to be back on the job for half home folks' trade, will win. "Always. bear gone to the prominence in this paper is to "Oh! Percy, my foot has you think it is worth your sober time, and in two or three nights, . aleep." ,, plugs'netsisttjrrtiy tftrbtrgri Signattne of you, Mr. Home Merchant, what if he service will "Yet,. Both of them turned in juU thinking, and lastly your vote on the regular ffla FLETCHER?: ago." a vhlle steam is to an engine. be resumed. these columns-- . 2iOtiL s November 5th. arrived safely at Cushing, Okla , and is working every day at the carpenters trade at $7.00 yer dayMisses Blanche and Sidney Crawford are at home. Their schools having been closed by order of the State Board of Health on account of Influenza. A letter from. Tyree Gentry at Lebanon June on, 'says that he and his wife who have been very sick yith influenza are better. He said there had been twelve deaths in Lebanon Junction in - THE "CASH STfoRfe FOR FRESH GrocBdesiL TI 1 hiiiimiiuiiojj MhBPF 23 I -- -- - -- .- 7- - i-- i TheHomVotiTARTSCHAFFNER & MARX I BACK THE TIGHTING MEN WITH THE FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. - d, "pr , s . jMftftp?vji. '''' 1 1H.B RflWN Right Here Just .4 ! t f.j, ". ,"' - . - Jau-aryis- Am BILL BROWN -- of--if- ".3 g. . " MMM Sera-ersc- t, - I J isL-rtowabR.Soi4Sis- WB H.BROWN iiiH;;;:;;;::::!:;;.;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;;;;; WEAR OUR OLD CLOTHES ., AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS! . . (ne an-- . -- rS ..v-.- '.J ST d9 go m" CASTOR v A vmoxsro W . all-nig- Children Or : . e&Af&ask GA8TO n i r'ih mmmmiimmmmmBiimta&aaaamBBB An Act of Genera! Children Cry for Fletcher's Assembly 1918 REl A TING TO PUBLIC ROADS THE SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE From the M'??sippi valley to the Irmgnc fn m !w Flanders Is mt n hki trxluy a 'lie 'N ine fr P;iri to 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 18 of section 4356X Kentucky StatutPs. Carroll's Edition 1915, be and the ame is hereby repealed and in neu thereof the following is heie The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. fjfa-f-a, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Just-as-good by enac.ed y .Allow no nni tn Arei-- " "crnii in fiic Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Section 18 The costs of inter-ountseat road? constructed under the provisions of this act shall be paid as follows: In an assessed valuacounties having tion of less than $5,000,000, seventy live per cent th;ll be paid out of the State road fund and the remainder shall be paid by the county. ORDER ROCKCASTLE. COUNTY FISCAL COURT, OCTOBER TERM, 1st day of October, 1918. On motion of W. D. Mullins, Justice, seconded by Robert ux Berlin. The At!anttc ocan tn t wide ns the River Somme. The irtrl In the tnim'tion factory In tti middle AW-- t Is very eloo to h"" hrother In frflnr-Hfc- f Tf her work trenches. falters. If one untrue torpedo passes the careful scrutiny of the lnsiectnr. the Hve-- ! of American soldiers pay the pilfe. It Is jis noeoshrv to the girl v!h 1'iakes the shells physically fit and hiirh tif courage as the man who Gres the run. The glory end excitement of war In Uh;il:l. Orindinsr. nr for h" monctoiions lahor far away from the flying flas and martial music Is the ion of the girl who makes munitions. n and a half million women and cr'rls have Into the service of fh' Fn-'r"Btrii government, to take the places rf t!,e men who have been .:' (1 t" rhr colors. With every draft and with th onerlug of every munl-tiuivn'ni; "nt the numlicr is mill-rl!i- Take no chance At Mt. Vernon kf-e- m-.- !. A Good- - Solid B inking Institution. If you do not want to use it at once you can get interest on it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money MA country worth fighting for is a country worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and PEOPLES BANK prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue Deposit your monev in the n " f' d. Th'-s- pfrfo GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS C(at?4ffi&L&4 In Use For Over 36 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought From "Over There" They tell us the offP5me " Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous "Our ow whistlin w - -- . Tnm m VBHIV fillfiTrl l7111 aUL Afin ll41l 1 UllI 111 LIUuiPr LUUII IJ I I I m ma smm Ifl m rax, wni force shall brf reminded the Y. W. iTaw WTm I fitted fromThe levy of iqio:W : nization ft always that the present rate of taxation hanrTS?TrintereJf tn the riht housupon the one hundred dollars ing of girts, tn tUe right feeding of girls, and tn the right education of shall be the same as at present Intelligent hanl and nmiotonou. t'sey work at hlsrh nervr ';III of their ous tens;ri. On th Evans, it is ordered by the court, and the in'cnrnci of th"ir eyes ih live--- of "tiy soldiers, the that the Sheriff of Rockcastle rtanilff or losing of many liattles. County, open a poll in each of the "I can't sleep at nltrhr because I'm voting precincts of Rockcastle so afraid I may have passed on somecounty, on the 5th day of No- thing that was not quite true," said vember, same being the date of one youiiir girl not yet In her twenties, who Inspected hundreds of torpedoes the General Election held in every day. and for said county to ascertain Fn'ess something can make this girl forget at night, and find some rest, her the will of the electors of said county on the election. Are you haind will lose Its cunnirig. "Nights and Sundays." in favor of voting a 20 cents road "I walk and walk, and I said another, never re the tax for the purpose of construct- same route twice until I have worn t ing and improving of the public out all the others, and yet I can't that perhaps some time, somehow, roads and bridges, one or both, as during the day something may have the Fiscal Court of said county gone through that was not quite right. may direct. Said taxation to run "I was Just on the edge of going a Iperiod of five years and it is back home," said another. "I couldn't stand tt. Then the further ordered that no amount asked me If I played recreation leader basket ball, and that can not be raised by the levy I told her I was too old. I'm twenty-eighShe Insisted that I Just try in any one year shall be expended throwing the ball, and now I'm captain in that year. of the basket ball team. I play tennis, ,' and can set up and and thev're goiag to make me forewoman RESOLUTION. room. That Whereas, it is resolved that in of theme to death would have frightonce.' But everyened event that the 20 cents road tax is thing is different no4?', that we have voted at the coming November our War Service club " The war department had seen the ection in Rockcastle County need of occupation for as n the amount that is derived hours if the employees were to work will be prorated at the: greatest efficiency, and through iording to th thagBknceBiastmeut asked the .h (trlstiah Association ssm pm lers, to line up the pwneoay pleas- telr free-tim-e w ilc Is fin-ce's - p'i'' ho mil l"nr iv-ur- Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds You Will Be WQlBN' Pleased it- with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel" f the eloth and design when ordered from - iinliilual for-te- United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line s overflowing with new, appealing overcoatings fabrics that will delight the young ion and make the business man look the part. your intimate inches with the skill that makes Prices extremely low. suitings aud man 0! fashTailored to no mi-takes. I t. 'wig-wag- -- RIB I out-of-wo- Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead Hun's Last Cent Coe to War p MAP FREE! Sunset Magazine scription, beginning with ! WAR increases its rates to 20c per copy on news stands and $2 00 pr yearly subSeptember Issue, A 1918. Gam LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION WITH Tl Mullins. J.R.CC. Freeman Ketkon, J.P.K.C. MuiXiNs, J.P.R.C. Bank of Mtrvernon IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A W. D. W D. Abney, J.P.RC. J. R.Evans, J.P.RC. Buy Liberty Bonds Judge Cam Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: WAGON, MjOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Binder, Silo or Cutter, Manure Spreader, Lime Spreader, Hay Bailer, Fertilizer. Pipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery within one day. Keep them in stock and can furnish you with repairs at once for anything I sell you. CALL ME KY., OR SEE E. S. ALBRIGHT at ML Vernon Ky. AT LONDON, please find check Same being the balance of all money apportioned to yonr county previous Enclosed No 6449 or $1,489.33. o 1918. The I918 apportionment will be available in December. Yonr County was apportioned $5,054.-0- 0 for 1 6 18. From this must be first paid trie cost of making the Federal Aid Survey in your county. The remainder can be ap plied to paying the state's share of the cost of State Aid Kead woik provided the county has complied with the requirements of .State Maintenance Law enacted at the last session of the girls, and that the care of these girJs in the umnltlons factories was one of thwessentlals in the winning of the war. The government could house and feed them. It could pot up recreation buildings, but when this was done it was as helpless as the father of a motherless girl. The government is a composite man. He didn't know what a girl should do when the six o'clock factory whistle blew. He only knew, she needed looking after and he called to the one woman's organisation that for half a century had made a study of the needs of girls. Vaguely; he had an idea that she should be encouraged to play, that she needed wholesome recreation, and some one, wise and sympathetic as a careful mother, to guide her social activities. The Bine Triangle sent its play lady to salute and go to work. Workers are asked for in recreation buildings of all the 22 federal Industrial reservations or munition cantonments which have been opened this summer in several of the states. These reservations sprung up out of the very fields In a few weeks. They are employing thouMnny of these sands of workers. women have come from far distant The government provided homes. dormitories and mess barracks. In some places it is putting up recreation buildings. Where such a building Is not provided by the government, the Y. W. C. A. will furnish It, using one already standing when available, and building when that is necessary. All these bulkjlngs, whether government will operate unor association-owned- , der the sign of the Blue Triangle. They will have big living rooms, assembly rooms for entertainments, club rooms, and gymnasiums. The Blue Triangle will furnish a program of service work, educational classes, games and enter Military and signal corps talnments. drills will be in charge of soldiers. tn Washington, the members of the Business Women's council, a Blue Trl angle league of the Y. W. C. A., made up of girl government employees, drill twice a week under an army officer and between five and six o'clock on these days long lines of motorcars are parked to watch the drill. Wherever possible the recreation equipment Includes a field somewhere for outdoor sports. War clubs are a part of the plan and membership In these Involves a pledge to serve to the best of the girl's ability In the ranks of the Woman's Industrial Arnri the "second line of defense," and a promise of loyalty by promoting in every possible way the apirtt of servlee. t LAST CHANCE to subscribe to SUNSET Magazine at the old price of $1 50 per year and receive a Large Liberty War Hap of the Westeri Battle Front, FREE This remarkable offer is open ti all whose subscriptions will be received at this office up to August 15th. 19)8. Subscribe befose this ilate and save the price of A Legislature. Yours truly, R. Wiley, Commissioner Public Roads. A BEAUTimL WOMAN Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good diges German Thrift Card. That is what- - the picture shows. It shows that a German private in the trenches was able to save enough out of his lew cents a day wage to lend to his government. Less than a dime a day! And still he can buy thrift stamps! Thi? thrift card was taken from the body of Emil Schneider, Wurttmburg rifleman, killed by a United States Marine at Chateau Thierry, and is the property of C. A. Hamilton of the Washington staff of the Buffalo Times, whose son is in Europe. Less than a dime a day And still he can buy thrift stamps ! Let that sink into your mind. Then figure out what you should be putting into Liberty Bonds. And when you have figured it out PUT 'IT INTO THE BONDS. ! TWO THRIFT STAMPS "Kill two birds with one stone' Help the Government and Yourself. SUNSET MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA J. C.McCLflRY Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Hills and All T. Q. MOREN Kinds of farm Implements. He Finished Bulgaria. You LONDON, KY. tion ? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take an occasional dose of Chamberlain's TaUets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25c. Buy MORE Bonds UNDERTAKER and EMBALME Germany's Fourth Offense PROPERLY FITTED STANFORD. KY. Buy GLASSES Greatest Importance. : Failed; AT THE RIGHT 11 tf& Liberty Bonds isof Our Fourth Loan Must Not. Buy MORE Bonds Buy If your eyes are showing any e' fects now is the time to see DR. MOORE, The OtUmi Cox Building, Mt. Vernon, Ky. - ZtTHA UBERTY BOHDS it didn't seem such a very Important assignment when General Franchet d'Baperey waa sent to the Bulgarian frontier to take charge 1" of the Allied forces there. But Germany echoes, in a different key. the cry of the Allies that nothing in many months has meant a greater step toward hastening complete Allied victory than the defection from the war on the part of Bulgaria. It practically ends the dream of Germany for control of the East; it pretty nearly cuts off the Turkish army, and it may make possible the of Serbia into the war. BUT IT DOESNT END THE WAR! The Allied armies must follow this Balkan victory with heavy, hard, steady blows. 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