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Mount Vernon signal: October 25, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918102502_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 25, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. DTrCCJOnED SPOTSOnJ MnDBtf "- - PU3LISHED EVERY FRIDAY 9evmm MT. VERNON, come. Sijpil 1918 ESTASLISHFD J887- - VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE you COUNTYKY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 NUMBER 5 LETTER FROM FRANCE By E. R. Somoivlicre in Franco. I GENTRY out of tlio ranks from tight ropo and trapeze porforrners to hypnotists; from Negro tninstrula Mr. K. b. Albiight, real negroo) to Grand (with Mt Vernon, Ky Opera, in fact everything that Dear Edgar: loin hardly nmko myself' yu UM see in "y first cluss in the city and tho boys boliovo that it has boon more than thrco month's sinco 1 wroto certainly enjoy thorn and of and and nearly" that long sinco I courso'tiiero is always tho boxing wroto tho letter to'ling of my 4th nd wrestling to come in as otlen of July in P.ris, hut it is true ns w0 can And time. Our Sundays Titno certainly dcs Ket away. aro Sivon over entirely now to being more than six mon'lis now religious programs. At first.wo sinco I loft home. I have pad movies on Sunday night, thought of writing often in tho but of late have cut them out last three months but you know and giving them a straight religithings chango after you are over ous service with good music, ofhero awhile. At tirst it is all so ten having tho band or orchestra new and strangn that you aro to play for us, which makes tho continually wanting to unload Norvico very attractive- - I am en your opinion of things on some- joying my work very much and body and so you just write, but am feeling tine, in fact niver felt after a few months, you got used hotter in my life, and woigh 87 kilograms, however much that is. to things. You in a way One thing I have not changed cllmatized and the customs do not seem so strango and you my opinion about in all tho time decide after all that Krench pec I have been here and that is that pie are not so pccular and tlicro nine tenths of our boys over hero comes a note of music into tho aro better off morally and spirit, if you do not language eyf mlly than they wero at home. it and you find your, Lot me give you 0110 example, I seem to think will follow. Far self silting listening attentively have seen fewer drunk men in from lit. Tho boys who come to a conversation in French and tho last six months than in uny back from that hell of death and shreiking enjoying it, while you have no six months since I was old enough destruction; shells, idea what they are talking about to temember, in fact out of tho bursting shrapnel; poisonous gas "Dm tied " if I believe I will ever thousands of men I havo come in and liquid fire tells us it almost learn it. At any rate I have contact with in that time, I am invariably has the opposite efmade a poor start in six months sure that I have not seen a dozen fect that it burns the dross from Oh, I can uiaite, my wants known men drunk. How different that their lives and leaves them purget a room, ordor a meal, or ask may seem to many of tho fathers, er and better men, less selfish tho price of an article, but when mothers, wives and loved ones at and moro considerate of rights it comes to oven carrying on an homo, from tho stories and im- of mankind and a closer relaconversation, ordinary I go pressions which they havo possi- tion to his God, which can only straight up. I have taken les bly gotten of conditions over come through the realization of souSifrOiira&ll'klndof people," hero." Thoy "ought'toremomb'er a unnsttun service; Draveiy ana ladies, but to no avail. that Franco is not a now'country nobly performed. I eat at tho same table with a and that their boys are not only I have heard from several of French interpreter, who speaks satisfied but generally contented the Rockcastle boys but so far good English, and worry tho life and happv. What a blessing it have only seen four, Floyd Genout of him. Ho says he may bo would bo to the army if tho folks try, Will Prakes, Geo. Jarber able to speak English, but has a back homo could just know and and Ab Owens, from Marotburg. time understanding "American". realize that, and stop their wor. They arc all getting along nicely pretty hard rying. They would thereby re- and making good soldiers, the Tho fact is I have time understanding the English move tho greatest causo of worry latter threo being in the same man myself and I do not wonder among the boys, because they camp with mo and it is about that ho finds our language con. say to me over and over again all the four of us can do to hold siderably different from that in that if father, or mother or wife down the size camp we have. England where he learned to would not worry, they would be Of courso the Colonel and other speak. alright. Of course there is dan officers help us somo. I must I am getting along nicely with ger, but that is tho least of tho tell you of what ono of the colmy work. Since I wroto you boys' thoughts. I am positive ored soldiers said the other day. last I have been transferred that men are thinking more about One of tho Y. M. C. A., girls from the co ored building and relfglon and their duty to God ask him how he liked the war have chargo of the entertainment and man than ever boforo I am and he said, "Miss, ah jes likes it work in one of the largest huts in equally positivo that they are so much, I wish I was a baby in Franco, by that I mean that I thinking less about death. In my mudders a' in and a girl baby plan nil the programs, not that I fact it see in that death is tho atdat." Before I left the coloted am an entertainer by any means. least of their thoughts and seems hut a groat big good natured Wo havo tho threo moving pic- to have no terror as we havo so southern darkoy walked up to tures each week, and ono travtl. long thought of it. I dare say the counter and bought a package ing party of entertainers or there is less real four of death in of cakes. As he turned away he speakers. This leaves two nights our army than in any class of said to tho crowd standing round, each week for which I must pro- men you could call together back "Dom what ask me' for somo o' vide local progtams and wo havo home, and I do not except tho my cakes don' git none. Dem some great ones. You know Christians, as a class. The boys what don' ask mo, don want there is no lack of talent in wo get acquainted with come none". The follows over" hero this army of ours and it is to shako hands with us and tell certainly do pull somo good onos is that us good-byOff to the front and and I wish I had time to write a tho very best. 1110 lass tnree montus 1 mivoiuciueu to ueatn to trot to tro book of war stories. Of courso in put on shows with talent right Somo come back, others never there are some chronic grumblers among both white arid black; officers and men, but they really mean nothing by it. Its just a part of their every day life. If they do not like tho program or tho kind of tobacco wo Sell thoy "cuss" Vho Y ; If they do not liko what they ht vo to eat, and most the time its as good as they had to eat at homo, they Manifested by ' Resembles Old "cuss" the mess Sergeant and if CatarrhalCondititn Fashioned Grip thoy get sick, they "cuss" the docWith the first sympThe symptoms of Spantoms of Influenza, it la tor, but all tho samo, they always ish Influenza aro very well to consult your famsimilar to old fashioned show up at tho Y. when they are ily physician at once. It grip pains throughout Is not the disease Itself lonesome, at the mess hall whon so, that Is to be feared tho body, extreme dizzimuch as It Is the complihungry and at tho doctors office ness, sleepiness, chills, cations which may follow. high fever, headache, To ward oft Spanish when sick. And after all, it is dliturbed digestion with Influent or as an aid to running at the nose and an returning health afterany not a bad lifo over hero. None eyes and excessive attack, nothing Is showing an Inflambetter than Dr. of them ever eat a meal without World Famous l'e-- ( mation and congestion i runs. or tne mucous linings, meat, good white bread and sugar. I have un idea that is For Catarrh of Every Description Take moro than a lot of you back PE-RU-N- A homo can say. Just as they are i Tho veil known and direct action ot Feruna in restoring and in the states so thoy aro hero, maintaining a healthy condition ot the mucous membranes throughtho best fed, best clothed and greatest disease preventing and health out the body makes it the best cared for army in the world. restoring remedy known to science. e years Feruna has retained Its title aa a reliable For All thoy need Is plenty of good to the health ot the American family. cheerful letters from home, full BEST BECOMMENDATION EXPEDIENCE OF USEBS-THof "pop" and encouragement and NEWAHK. N. J. nmn --I And P.runa ex. I Peruna for colds and "I haveIt used wi grip. will if they don't "bring homo tho JcelUnt for Catarrh ot the head. I do all you claim ana more. My 'keep Feruna and Minolta In the family always have a bottle on bacon" thov will "t'ct a tW. ,.f hand for stomach and bowel jhoute all the time." Mrs. A. trouble and cold" Geo. Clark, lit the Khlue" and they will run IRunkle, Box St. Union Street. Try FenuiA HrftmXaUsta .or UobU 80U EitonbK. Sept. 23. i9i8. -- sw be-cot- 11 d Tuov scorn to regard it a privilege, oven though they are all "bumped off" as many of them express it. Several boys I know have been in tho thickest of it. So far I have only seen ono of thorn among the "killed In action," Voss Brown, an old school boy of mino I know how hard it must bo for his loved ones and tho loved ones of any others who may pay the price that tho liberty and the of Christianity demand, but if they could soo and under, stand, as wo do over here and as all will soon understand, they would know that he died in the greatest cause any being, savo tho Master Himself, ever gave his life for. How 1 wish our homefolks could realize that it is worth a man's life. Our men are giving a fine account of themselves, but in tho words of ono of our past leaders "Wo are beginning to fight." and tho, Hun who said wo would never fight will come to the conclusion as others have in tho past, that we will never stop fighting. This does not mean that wo aro a warring nation. Nor does it mean that our boys will come out of this harden or with tho desire and lust for blood that some people Reck-castle de-fen- 11 51 The-'fac- t o. I SPAMSUEj spit-tin- g, w E Hart-man- 's forty-fiv- (sale-guar- d "Bill Kaiser" to BerHn just liko sec Mutt running Jeff in tho funny pictures If this Y. M. C. A , docs not "end mo up front pretty soon, lyam going to desert. That buncbTof fellows around the St. Mlhiel sector are getting to far awny ' from us.' While 1 feel that I am rendering tho service for which' I best fitted, it certainly is a. temptation to enlist and join tbVcrowd. I can see Mr. BrowiTsmilo, if he happens to read this and say "That's all talk" bat; you know Marshall Poch said the greatest trouble with the Americans was in holding them back?. The boys go to it, liko their daily nsks back home, and witbso much of that all around you, you naturally absorb somo of 'the courage of the fellows, and get to believe you could really face tho Hun without running. I came into townlast night from camp fifteen miles away, got me a room at the' hotel and actually slept liko somebody, in one of those high Ffeuch beds just like you used to Beo at your satisfaction to get next to real heat after that grandmothers, exceptHhat they cold trip home. No more fruitless hugging radiator. have a dainty little .'feather bed Htga-iud- l over you so light that you feel pnecs seat toe doom of extravagant liko it is going to, float' away with fuel wasting heating plants. If you want a per eRsBKMSl'Bfe you every time you turu over. fectly heated home and greatly reduced I slept so good' JiUiink I will fuel bills you will invest in take a whole week df it soon. We are entitled to, i 'seven days m m n . s I MUM ' li ' leavo every three moaths. The , soldiers get ten daysVjeVery four months. I did not taJie.my week 3IJWtfMSVS;Sfr.lSBSMsW. Vl , T.jLNijijM tv at the end of three .OBtonths, but my six months sendee will be BURNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAN up on the 9th of. Oci. and it is AND BRIGHT. USES ANY FUEL 1 likelv that when you get this, . . wt "Tsstnusw will be climbing the Alps, seeing It wHI mv th nation millions In the sights of Nice aiiff pathing in fiiolmonoy this winter. Act new. the Sunshine of Moafiffcarlo, but do not,wjrry.. t.NoVtlir'dWr iform is allowed in the gambling halls during business hours. all, with Spanish Influenza, and deaths will have been reported, tives hero from Kausas. Mrs. The great gambling den at the soldier's leave center her body was buried at 2:00 as at loast five or six persons aro J. VV. Masters left for Williamshas been turned into a magnifi- o'clock Saturday afternoon, after now just hanging on to life by a burg, Monday, on account of tho cent V. M. C. A. and if the Prince short services at the grave by the very brittle thread, and no chance illness of relatives Miss Maude of Manaco turns Monte Carlo Rev. A. J. Pike, in the Christian held out at all for some. Very Bishop tendered her resignation over to our government for a church cemetery. She was a fine few homes have escaped this ter- to tho Board of Trustees of the leave center, the ono there will itttlo girl and had many friends rible diseaso and while there are Graded and High School hore likely suffer the same fate. 1 among her associates. J. Douglas fewer new cases in town it seems Tuesday and left for L'aneyville, must close. Give my regards to Marttn, son of Mrs. R. S. Martin, to be spreading fast in the coun- I whero sho has a better paying poeverybody and tell John I will and a splendid business man, died try and a largo number ol hew sition. It seems to us that there settle with him after the war. 1 Tuesday afternoon at 5 45 o'clock cases are daily reported. Mrs. is little use lor some teachers to 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 ish Influenza. He had also been nesday that her brother, a Mr. their owu benefit, for they rogard Signal since Juno 7th. a sufferer for many years with Skirvin, at Dry Ridge, was in has a mighty littlo thing to break Very truly, His a dying condition and sho left It. Hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. asthma and hay fever. E. R. GENTRY. father, the late R.S. Martin, died immediately for his bedside. O. Joe Bishop left at tho same time; Buy Liberty Bonds about two years ago,.and Douglas R. Cass took Mr. and Mrs. Whel-do- just whero thoy wont we are not to High Bridgo, Wednesday, informed. They lived at Somertook over the Tobacco ManufaThoy aro visiting set before moving horc a few cturing Plant and continued the sightseeing. Mrs. William Francisco died at business in a very successful their daughter and other rola- weeks ago. her homo here Thursday of last manner, and had shut down the Buy Liberty Bonds: Buy Uberty Bonds' week at 4:30 in tho afternoon, plant a few months ago, after he after a few days of intense suffer- knew he was subject to bo called ing from influenza and resulting into Army service at .any time. pneumonit. Mrs. Francisco be Douglas bad many friends and no fore her marriage was Miss Floy young man in our town will be Tharp, daughter of Mrs. Bettio missed more. He was a member Tharp. She was a membsr of the of Brodhead Lodge of Masons. Christian church and up to the His mother, two brothers, Virgil past two or throe years was ac and Dick Martin, and two sisters, tive in church and Sunday school Miss Isabella Martin and Mrs. work, and was a mighty good Byron Owens, survive him. His woman. She was ever ready to remains were buried at tho famhelp those in distress and always ily burying ground about two BUYtlBtRIYBOW0T tlBERIY BONC)i" administered to thoso who needed miles from town Wednesday her services. On the following afternoon at 2:00 o'clock after day at 2:00 p.m. her remains wore short services at the grave by R buried in the Christian church Eld. Iv. N. Bowling. Tho cemetery after short, services by ones have much sympathy. her pastor, Elder L. N. Bowline. News reached us lato Wednes V. On Sunday afternoon at 5:30 tho day that C A. Wheoldon was dead son of this good woman died with at his home In Lancastor. J. W. the same disease and his remains Proctor, father of Mrs. Wheoldon, wore buried beside his mo her was called to his bedsido early Monday aftornoon at 2 o'clock. Wednesday but only reached John Farrls was about 13 years him a short time before ho died. old and one of the brightest boys Mr. Wheoldon lived here for a In town and had many friends number of years, but moved to among bis little associates. Be Lancaster a year or moro ago sides a heartbroken husband and and has been following his occufather, the two are survived by a pation, that ot barber, since castmother and grandmother, and ing his lot there. Ills body was two little daughters and sisters shipped here Wednesday night respectively and a host of other and will be buried with Masonic relatives. Sympathy goes out to honors, but at this writing we aro t lis heart broken mother and to not Informed as to tho exact time Mr. Francisco in this sad hour, or place. Bosidos his widow bo but words of sympathy can only loavos threo littlo children, father help to soothe the pain that death and mothor and other relatives to has brought to them, leav- mourn his loss. Wo doeplv the bereaved ones in ing them all broken up, and making their days sad and the loss of an affectionate huslonely. -- At 4:30 o'clock last Frl band and father. Tho influenza day afternoon Miss Martha Wood-al- l opldomlc is still raging in and died at tho home of her par- avound town, aud boforo this letents, Mr. and Mrs. IIgrl Wood- - ter appears in print a number of Buy MORE Bond -i- r- Buy MORE Bonds -- c.c.cox Come Home to Real Heat and Big Fnel Economy What a a ' p coie s original - aCTwsBB n iJWii Aix-le-Ba- in, n BR O DH EAD : Lend the Way They Right. Buy Liberty Bonds To Your Utmost. "BUY STOVES RANGES For 8 and See JOHN ROBINS" BRODHEAD ft F&' liflfr-f- c..- V ,'.'-.-- I . . iKyM ..i ta.HjJ .5. . 5 3a. .tS-t.xm.ei- MtVcrnotA Sigiiii.l Fkitay, Lci, 25, 191s Ftiaay by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, PubUshid tvet y SUBSCRIPTION ONR YltAR $1.0 on Advertising rates maae known application MKMDKKOF KENTUCKY I'RKSS ASSOCIATION The woman, who I sllsht nnil younK e puts licr lioiivy down oil the witlk mid shifts tliu liuliy Hhe Is carryliiK to the other nrm. Slie listens n minute, then picks up the liness was apparent to all liii.'f;ni;e and walks bntwly up to the Is enclosed a list of his front door. Sonic one lms hoard lur There KVHRV DPJMOCUAT GUT effects which can be forwarded to emnliii; and Is there to meet her. Some BUSY. ou by express, prepaid, or they one alvuyg Is In places like this. The The inlluenzi situation not hav door Is thrown open und a kind womcan be sold at auction and the an's voice snys: "Oh, do come lu nnd ing sufficiently improved tor the amount obtained therefrom cred- rest. Let me take the baby." The lifti ig of the ban on public gathbnby Is passed over and the straiiKer, It-reited to his accounts is erings, the speakers scheduled worn from n long Journey, tired nnd quested Hint you inform us of nil, Is Riven tho welcome which only for the greater pirt of this week your desire at your earliest the Y. W. C. A. hostesses know how to have, of course, been canceled, give. C'lmirinan Thomas S. Rhea but She explains that to seen daily, and ambulances ga Your son has died while in the see John before be she has come the hopes that those fixed for next lore. They drive at night withleaves for service of his Country during front. She has been saving her money Saturday can be held, due notice out lights and J often wonder this great war for the 'prosrrva for traveling expenses, und has eome any At of which will be given. to surprise htm. John bus never seen how they get along without accirate, it it expected that by the dent, but very few accidents hap tiou of all that we hold as ideal the bnby, and now .maybe he never the advancement of Civiliza- will, for she has discovered ttint John for first of next week, there will be pen. Tho roads are fine. Well, tion and the uplift of Humanity. has Just left on a two days' furlough no danger in gatherings and that lam getting plenty to eat and a His death is as glorious as if he to surprise her. IJefore she could get fiom the 28th until election tho good a truln placcto sleep. Whj not bo suffered on the battlefield, and lough back to her home John's furwill havo expired and he will bo woods will ring with fervent happy such as every true patriot should ou Ids way back to cumu. The little democratic oratory by the disI went to a show Friday night envy him. thought I can well mother does not kuAw how to meet the tinguished speakers that have given by Y M.C A. tears of futtgue It was tino. understand what his loss must situation and begin to tlow. uud disappointment been engaged. Should expectaThe Y. M. C. A. is the greatest mean to his father. "Well, that's too bad," snys tho symtions not bo realized, however, it association in the world and it Please accept my deep svtnpi-th- pathetic Y. W. C. A. worker. "Hut is hoped that every democrat cheer up. You can Just for certainly is doing its work here. and prayer that our Heav-eul- y a couple of days. We'll stay herewire will constitute himself a commit send n Anyone complaining of tho Y Father will comfort you to John at the first plucu his truln tee of one to see that the full should be cither locked up for the only as He can. stops und tell him to take tho next is brought democratic strength truln back. lie can enjoy his furlough remainder of the war or sent to Faithfully yours, out. There is danger that the here." the front line trenches. So do JLL.S- - J&Avyv J H c vt Sonn t p ' ; . . . , rwlmt you can for the xrtr- C. AT , has a glorious day of It. Commanding. .V I...V4 .J v.fc .m.j Will close. Write olton. The Young Women's Christian assowho every republican member ciation has established 02 hostess Your loving son, houses of this character for Ahiertcuu will succeed to important comGhover. soldiers and sailors und their families. mittee assignments, has opposed In this brief bulletin of news lies one P S. I might say that we are the President's war program and in heuriug of the most potent fuctors In the windistance of the bi ning or this war. Our boys are lightvoted against one or another of guns, and at times it is very dis ing for their homes. Tbe Y. W. C. A. his-- war measures, it will be seen tinct, and wo can get our patients with Its hostess work In this country The influenza situation is veiy nnd In France Is helping to keep the how important it is that a man be in a very short time after being sent from Kentucky who will vvounded. However, we aro in no much improved in Mt. Vernon. Ideul of Auierlcuu homo life congive his unflagging assistance to Thero have not been any new stantly before the men who ure prodanger except from air raids It. These men bad to go away cases reported for the past two tectingtheir Individual homes, but there Kentucky's the ludministration. from They attempted to come ovor the days and those who have been so) Is a tiomo which follows them u place representative, may decide the other night. Lights out, signal very complexion of the Senate that was given. sick, many aro out, others where they can go when they are off Wo went out in tho families rest. The sickest that we duty and meet their every Y. nnd C. A. better. meets next Marcjj and wo appeal dark looting W. iort'ue bird, but he know of at present are Mr. and There Is to democrats to seo that it re hostess tuffie with u rent fireplace In never got over us. Wo could not Mrs. Arthur Daily. Several mem- it and a domestic hearth. There are by electing mains democratic even Everybody hear him. chulrs bers of John Noak's family, one china Iswith cushions on them; the Gov. Stanley, the President's not of. the bucket wanted to get a peep at him. child of Micajah Sowder is very variety necessary in etimps; uud best choice, to till the position. Stamp Ojt windows aro all screened and sick and two children of Mrs or all, the liois say, there ure nice under the rooster and thoreby no lights to be seen at night to. No vote for Stanley and the Suttou. Otherwiso we do not women to tulk to ask boy In camp would hesltute Ids mother or Tho weather is fine. Will have know of any one in town who is sister or the girl he thinks most or to and judicial nominees pli.nty to tell you when I get Y. W. C. A. house, for meet lilin nt now considered seriously sick. G. Gkkmany is asking for peace, homo. Reports indicate tha the dis he knows that the women bhe will see tliere arc of the right kind. The very an honorable peace for Germany ease is spreading to different fact Unit It Is known that Is u thoy say. President Wilson has CAN NOW KxvT AND SLEEP. parts of the county and for the reul, homey place near each there camp laid down in unmistablo terms the by the war department and past few days the country people IN COMFORT. presided over by dignified and rellned only kind of peace to which those have been hit the hardest. very largely to If troubled with indigestion or Brodhcad and Livingston sec- 'orain bus served type of woman aud people are entitled or will ever the other get, and that is peace brought sleeplessness you should read tions are suffering as is the Or- keep her uwny from tbe men she forabout by "Unconditional Surren- what MNs Agnes Turner, Chi- lando section. Isot so many oases merly preyed upon. A. The Y. ore not esder." What is a promise from cago, III., has to say; Overwork, reported from Wildie and Conway. tablished W. C. any bouses to marking view with ? irregular meals and carelessness tho war lords of Germany worth class lines, however, although muny of the hostesses who assist led lives or Nothing, they art unreliable und regarding tho ordinary rules of greatest ease uud luxury before the their promise is worthless. Our health, undei mined it until last ' TO TRADEwur. Democracy rules at the sign of -2 allied armies, can and will bring fall 1 became a wreck of my the little Itlue Trlungle. y Gilts, weifh iboit 23S from A story Is told of a great merchant's peace, and tho Kaiser, "Clown" former self. I suffered lira Milch Ciw. wife whose Individual fortune mounts Princo, Ludendorf, llindenburg continual headache, was unable T. C O'MARA. to the million murk. Tills lady Is a or Scape Goat MaxumiHian, will to digest my food, which seemed member of one of the Y. V. C. A. comto lay as a dead weight on my not bo asked au of tbe why's or mittees, und on one occnslon she was lielplug In the cafeteria or u hostess wherefore's of the terms of peace. stomach. I was very coiuti-pateFor profiteering in tho sale of bouse at the (treat I.i.krs navul trainand my complexion bo ing station. A shopgirl who had came dark, yellow and muddy as mill feeds, the Crab Orchard u "dny oft" fromlittle work tn the baseher I felt. Sleeplessness was added Milling Co., was on Oct. 22 c'osed ment of tbe great store owned by the to my misery, aud 1 would awake for 30 days aud allowed to inako Y. W, C. A. worker's Jiusbund, uud who Imd come to see her sntlor brother, was as tired as when I went to sleep. n compromise settlement by. donatin n Stuto street hurry ror sen Ice. I heard of Chamberlain's Tablets ing $loo to the Lincoln County S'lie slmrply ordered the merchant's und found such relief from tak- Chapter of the American Red wire to "look uilvo with these forks, ing them that I kept up the Cross. The amount was paid to girlie." lady Somewhere In Franco, The addressed oh "girlie" quite treatniont for nearly two months tlw county food administrator humbly saw to It that the pile of forks Base Hospital No. 78, They cleansed my stomach, in- and delivered to tho Red Cross wus leplenlslied. Then she went over .Justice Group, vigorated my system, und since chapter and the following receipt und tallied to the girl, helped her to A P.O. 784, A.E.F., locate her brother und bent her uwuy that timy I can eat and sleep in taken: "Received of J. N. Saan- - happy. The shopgirl never knew that via N. Y. comfort. I am today entirely dors, County Food Administrator she hud been talking to her employer's Mv Dkar Mother: Sioc paid by Crab Orchard Mill- wife. Sunday morning and having well." There are two hostess bouses'ut ttie ing Co. for profiteering. Oct 22, (rent Lakes station, und It Is a wonso mo time. I thought 1 would l;:::i::::n:::i;iiggSf51 1918 Win. Severance, Chairman derful sight to seo the crowds or wom'write you again. We have been RSS-2en relatives und friends of the suitors Lincoln County Red Cross. hard ut work since wo arrived, mi who throng to them ou Wednesday 5rMr: ia u wv. Tho mill is closed with a uotico drill afternoons. From the cleaning and making ready for 1,000 to 3,000 placarded on its door showing persons u day ure cared or lu the patients. Today we are ready for why, and the key to the estub cufcterlus, and the nurseries ure full i,cooputieutsaud must get equip whose mothers lisbment held by M. M. Perkins, of sailor bullies, safely while they cull pid for 1,000 moro. There u re are leine them there Deputy Food Administrator. ou tbe grounds. fit 0 hospital units in this group In addition to the hostess houso Journal. and we are supposed to taice care work lu lids country the Y. W. C. A. Our of at least 7,000 patients. bus established tho famous Hotel lu Purls us a center ror truu-bleunit is ii surgical unit and aro to women wur workers overseas. v s n ,bw 4ppuoids caro for most of the surgical cases. "03 MVIMU3MI 'O V 'D There ure ulso muny royers or recreaBy noon wo will probably get our tion centers In Franco where girl mu3311:1 ''M OKUPS t JUIHAV first patients. This being an nitions workers, signal corps girls und aromv vuwtiaxi Ubikodi?r ogt,t-ranothers uro refreshed aud brightened evacuating base, we will bo getting (pjiuy Witii) IzniJ (UIYI5 To furmors in Central and South- by association with the play leaders )ifqns,iojii''JJorooo'oc new ones all the titno und so soon .iUdSiVoU;000'l uolJIn ern Kentucky at u low rate of in of tbe Y. W. C. A. who have IntroII C009 as tho boys aro ublo to be trans Mil PJA OM'M terest,. Easy and attractlvo pay duced Amerleuu gymnasium classes "J jao eqt u Jtaoii pa oai njsw iioa , erred thoy will bo sent on Hos ' ments with tho privilege of Paying Into French life. 9iwj(ivpuvnoiop3jiunt( S( usn XnvP u! Bl U spwu olT all or utiy part of loun at any pitul trains farther back to regu Buy inn! tired-lookinmilt-luxo. y rottrjlKliij; news. So wrJ feci Mint beforu him; the war will be bvrr. Tbe Frur.eh Pin to he gally encouraged u..d mlk as if the w.ir would soon lie over. Rut wp ere here tn Klve the Htm a itnnd liv'c-inR and wont be satisfied wl h any peace except uixm these terms dictated by us. So don t think we are downhearted in th cast. While I am lonosonie for you all, I am Vi r proud of the opportunity of beiii,. here Wo have big two- - and t!ir story buildings here for hospital , very nice but dirty, but when we get through with them they will Lo ideal. The scenery is beauti ful, clean, big, long hills allarou d us. I never get tired of looking at them. 1 went down town a The short while - yesterday. streets are narrow and crowded. The towu covers about as much ground as Mt. Vernon but thero are 1,000 people in it. Very few autos to be seen. Many airplanes ?A'','& Mr Edward V 'J Pomanicr, Kni'lt'osa Sidili, Ky. M thirds Virginia, Oct. 15th, 1918. a 'A. &Ati4yZ bit of home Within the camp Cta,, ' j,i , j , .. regret u' with deop vnu that the t0 nfonn ()f , A Innj!, low building or rrnme death of your son, Allen Marion Smith, Sew U.SNRf, which or, this ship October 13, 1918 .a 6:2(5 p. in., as you woro informed by a telegram from the Depart incut. The cause of the his death was lobar pneumonia I ahsureyou that every attention was given liim by both medical Oflioors and their assistants. His courage and man- nltrnctlvt'ly pliitmt-l- . wllli .ernniliis mid liomellU' nici't. Outside lire lumping llu- - Maui tin? Stnrs and Strips, wlitrli nuixt bociii ho tnl;on In as It In henrly xiniM't. mid mmtlior line lirurlni: n Utile Irlmiulo or lilui unit tlip U'tttTH Y. W. C. A. It Is n rail iifterixxm unci tlu nlr l n lilt slinrp. Through the rront windows of Hk. hmise the uoinnu npproncliliiK up tlie walk cim sru the clieerful glow f un open llropluce. There Is the sound of a plnno und toine cint lx wliU 11 ZX2 TAX NOTICE 2czxg: -- ftazxn ZZ2XS2X1 I I '1XZ KlnKlng. Last Call In Your Voting Precinct Nov Friday Mullins Station Livingston Grove-1- - a (( 2 Saturday 6 7 9 Wednesday Walnut Wm. Kirby's Store it Thursday Saturday Monday Quail P. O. Brodhead n 11 Wm. Sowderfs Store 1 H 1 Conway . Disputanta Granville O wensf Store ,t 12 tt it 11 Tuesday 3 4 Wednesday Crooked Creek Voting House Thursday Friday Saturday Saturday Johnetta Voting House Orlando Pine Hill Wildie Ream sr tore J5 J6 tt 11 23 -Y- Woods' Store ,.. - fcV FLUCONDITIONS BETTER IN MT. VERNON oasrtue." Th"is"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. our--Fax-isaow - TIP LANGFORD.S.R.C. Pursuant to a resolution passed at its Special Term, of tho Rockcastle Fiscal Court, Oct. 1, 191S, 1, the undersigned, Slieriii", will car.s.0 a poll to bo opened of NOTICE oonina Iron-boun- in each of the respective voting precincts SAVE FOR YOUR COUNTRY OR SLAVE FOR THE HUN. BUY BONDS, ers: Ave you for a Property Tax purpose of ascertaining tho will of 20 ctnts on each 100 co worth of the voters of said voting pro-cin- ry 11 Rockcastle County between the uours 01 o o ciocic ti.ui. unu 4 o'clock pin . on the 5th day of Aov, 1918, (or the purpose of submitting the question to the vot- - PffTAtlY' For Weak Women In use for over 40 years! of property FnU-bltde- d Dnroc-Jerst- ROCKCASTLIJ COUNTY J S. IjANCKOUD, COURT ORDKR. Sheriff of Rockcastle County. Whereas, a petition was on tho Oct. 1, 191S. 29th day of August, 1918. filed BuVtlBrtlIYBONDSi the purpose of improving the public road or brjdges of said County, or either or both of them? in the County of Rockcastle, o be levied each year for a period of fivo yen's, for upon said question. Attest: S. F. Bowman, 0z County Court Clerk. CBuyIidertyBon Ik, GROVERPRICE Writes His Mother From France Thousands 0! voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardul has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardul is a good medicine for women. There arc no harmful or habit -- forming drugs In Cardul. It is composed only of mild, medicinal Ingredients, with no bad after-effec- ts. TAKE of August, 1918, filed with tho clerk of Kockcastlo County Court, signed by more than twenty legal voters of vot ing Precinct No 6 (Orlando), in Roelfcastle county, asking'a submission o! the question whether cattle or any .specie thereof, shall bo pormitted to run at largo in aid voting precinct. It is now ordered by the court that a poll bo opened in said vot' ng precinct at tho next general election to bo held on the 5th day of November, 1918, for tho ROCKCASTLO COUNTY County Court, signed by moro COURT ORDKR. Whereas, a petition was on tho than twenty legal voters of voting Precinct No. 1 (Hast Mt. Vor-noiqth day in wilh tho clerk of Rockcastle n) Rockcastle County asking 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 be opened in said voting Precinct at the next general election to bo held on tho 5th day of November, 1918, for tho purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting Precinct upon said question. Attest: S. F. Bowman. County Court Clerk. E CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You can rely on Cardul. Surely It will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other It should help. worrcnl "I was taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writesMrs.Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . Just steered around. I read of Cardul, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, 1 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. 1 had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It is the best tonic I ever saw," Try Cardul. BE A. STOCKHOLDER IN In-ten- VICTORY. BUY LIBERTY BONDS. tu LONG TIME LOANS nt "M 'wi ... lar Base Hospitals. I am glud that I inn here to do my bit, for the bravest of all soldiers, you never hear one complain, they are ull happy aud want to get back ut th? front, and tho Huu lias begun to realize tbe fighting qualities of our boys. Some time &ooti we think he will see tho finish that ho kmma he is going to gut. 1 met un otlicor from tho front lust eveulog and bo was full bf eu- JtlO.C 100IU O) OpVUI llDJOMSUO uojieoub -- ouJt.MJ uu fcj v 'joipcj) 2u AHVKOIiOia time. . tiBtRrv Bonds Liberty Bonds German Taxes ASTORIA, CASTORIA . Buy MORE Bonds Bw UatRtv Bcwof-- 1VN0I1VNU31NI M3N S.H1S83M pu itJuA U Dintu ipn 'Xaujpuj Jno4 m)Jii tuiu ipJOA lUMIUiJUUUMUJtflMOU oi) Jcxxl pu uo)punuaiJ Jo ltwnt UJ jj siMu IUtliH 14 (MM IUUtJj4uU Oiunuaida jnoX kuf " iU SlNClUtU GRATITUDE. Mrs William Boll, Logansport, Iud,, writes: "I leom it my duty to oxprcs my gratitude- for tbo good CluimborUin's Colic and DISTRICT MANAGKU Diarrhoea Remedy did mo when Farm Loan Department Union I had a sevoro attack of diarrhoea , Central Life Insurance Co three years ago, It as tho S02 Security Trust bldg., Lexing- ouly medicine that relieved me." ton, Kentucky We will help you pay for ull the farm land you wish to buy. If jyou ure In debt or u'.'cd money to retire your leln notes wo would bo glad to explain. Buy MORE Bonds or Burt L.Sims - I All Druggists 'rrliHiirffWff - VV l.w F03 FLETCHER'S Children Dry JX nvi i i;tm,rlMMtau Mt. Vernon Signa,l Mt.Vkhnon Kv, Oct 25. 1918 " jJJlrt - aiammrri m'xjw'mmliMsi .iwiio I ml 1 ipi XLJ.JM..JV.1 sJHfttwsiiiaiptt III tZ? 79 up "Nd 79" wliaii TJ C. want toCotiimnnl , 7 ong wltt BIONAL LOUItVlllC mm TIMB TABU. ntcoml-ciiu- NMHVIllt R. R. Co. north north 23 south 21 South 2 21 1.57 p in 8:35 am 12:35 p rn 12:45 a m Jas. IANDrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poitolic m t DKATIIb. There will bo no plo supper at Scaffold Cane school house SaturThe following deaths havo ocday night October 26, 1918 curred since Octobor 16th, which Cause, influenza. have not been reported The death toll of Brudlteud has been Those who attended tlio funer-a- l repotted through the Brodhend of Mrs. Matde Butner letter and in tho rcmoto parts of were: Mesdames G. M. Ballard, Minnie Anderson and tho county thoro havo been sov-erdeaths within tho last ' week Alico Davis. Misses Jo Davis, which wo havo been unable to Onie Silvers and Mattie Chesnut. get, as communication with tho Messrs. J. C. Moore, W. H. Dwight BowmaD, Richard registrars has been impossible. Tho list follqws: Cox. Robert MoKonzio, Jesse Mrs. Hester Mullins, wifo of Meadows and McKinley Pcrciful Dolphie Mullins, of Pino Hill, Miss Sallio Stowart, of Wildie, from pneumonia following influand Mr. B iH. Parsons, near hero, enza. went to Jolhco, Tetm., Sept. 27th, Mrs. Will Doan. of Mt. Voruon and were married in that city. and two children. Mr. Doan has Thoy had meant to keep it a secret Car-mlc- are a lTTr,miirnn'"THmn . KJBzmxazzxzsziETsaia1 G h Ope P Shoulders Cares Wt ,ai".'JalJSrf ' rn Ha alas -- A-S JLliA Sj ninll matter. P Ell HON A L Jones wiis home from Taylor tcatteudjhis father's Camp funeral. Allen Lewis, vho has been in Iowa for the past tew years has returned to Rockcastlo to make his home. Mrs. Alice MuL&ughlin, after sovrral weeks visit to Rockcastle rehlives, has returned to her homo in Oregon. S. T. Proctor was called to" Lancaster Wednesday on account of the death of his brother-il- l law, Geo. 11 C. A. Wheeldon. Gcorgn Childress wlio holds a Ohio, jjood position in Uamiltot:, was here this week on a visit to Kockcastlo relatives. tigt. Robert Cbildre'ss was Vi6mo DTis'wccir froih Uarhp Meade, Md. Earl Ho is in same conipany-wlt- h Philips from this county. T. J. Pennington writes that he arrived safely at dishing, Okla., and is working every day at the carpenters Hade at $7.00 yer day. and Sidney Misses Blanche Crawford aro at home. Their schools having been closed by order of the Stato Board of Health on accouut of Influenza. A letter from Tyroe Gentry at Lebanon Junction, 'says that ho and his wife who have been very sick with influenza aro better. He said there had been twelve deaths in Lebanon Junction in the last week. Thoro have been so many and still so many sick from influenza, that we can not attempt to give the names, as it is almost impossible to get them all and we do not want to give part without giving all. S. K. Hellard and family will move back to Livingston first of the month. Mrs. Frank Mullins, we understand, will tako charge ot tho local exchange, the place which Miss Lucinda Hellard has satisfactorily held for several years. LOCAL Private Casper Livesay, Co. L, 16th Inf , A. E. F., France, Now York. John Mink, of tho Brindle Ridge section lost his house and all its contents by fito a few days ago. No insurance via for some time bui the folks began to get wiso about a week ago and thoy had to tell it. They aro a splondid young couplenand 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 thoro last - last night of influenza He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Beulah Wnllin, daughter of W.D. Wallin, also of the Kast 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. Interior Journal. LIBEiiTV LOAN Rockcastle county fell $6,050 short 011 their quota on the Liberty Loan, but no one who knows anything qf.tha.JonL situation .in Rockcastle will criticise the county for a moment but upon the other hand will heartily commend tho fow who were left to make fight, for their splondid work. Our quota was If 71, 100.00 and had the workers been, able to continue the campaign as it started, there is no question but that Rockcastle would have gone far beyond her quota. The Bank of Mt. Vernon reports $22,650; Peoples Bank $15,800; First State Bank Livingston sM.ooo and Citizens Bank Biodhead $12,600; making a total of $65,050. The First Stato Bank nearly doubled their quota. Tito Woman's Committee, of which Mrs. Anna Mil ler was chairman sold $27,000 of this amount. A most splendid record Tho Woman's Committee was well organized and there were some of tho workers who far surpassed all expectations. This is the first timo Rockcastle has fallen down on her part in the great war program and it is a source of regret and real embar rassment to her people but sick ness, which seems to havo hit Rockcastlo harder than most any other county is the cause of tho full down and when a representative from tho Federal Bank of Cleveland, visited Rockcastle a week ago and saw tho conditions, he made a report that was most gratifying and one that will tako Rockcastle far out of the list as a slacker counly. been in a critical condition but Our store has been closed a few 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 somo hotter at this time. A two year old child of Robt All Baking When CALUMET comes in. all baking troubles take quick leaves. You go riclit ahead and mix up baking materials, for biscuits. Spoouamore, dropsy. A child ot Bev Thomas on the 18th and one on tho jiath. Both influenza victims. Willie Payne, age about 19 years, son of W. D. Payne, died of pneumonia following influenza. Tho 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 from influenza Mrs. Laura Baker, wifo of W. M. Baker, died last Sunday of pneumonia following influenza. The baby of Mrs Susie Tho father, Will Cummins was killed in tho mines in Harlan county only a fow months Cum-min- Closing-O- u BUSINESS SALE lo Quit cakes anylhinp without fear of uncertainty. Calumet malcca you forget failure. BAKING POWDER ALUBflET -- will continue light on until every thing is sold. You and your family are right now in need of a lot of our good warm rrt seller nravca lhat It A trial u ill c mvirce vein' none"jj-tacood."- arc not sin i iau) it uacic ana ect your money back. Calumet contt'na only such ingrc d'entj as l.avo bten approved Authorities. V.. .. v Van .h" .... l. ynenn-- if t thnali )' yru i'l t o best. H&en jroa Le7 writ . r it. tl. ffJ . ,$ HIGHEST HIGHEST AWARDS e'i K& Iw.1.' SWEATERS $ UNDERWEAR CLOTHING SHOES & RUBBERS . ago. - Mt.-Vern- fm fR& Jm& Jpfe died Monday night. Ho was 68 years of age and was suffering from tuberculosis and other com plications. Sam Lewis Sowder, ago 17, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. Micajali Sowder died Monday night of pneumonia following influenza. Pertv Burk, an aged citizen, was found dead near his homo Tuesday. Cause of death apoplexy Mrs. Wni. McHargue, who was Miss Mattie Butuer before hor marriago, died Tuesday of pneumonia, following influeuza. A son of Charley O.romer, of tho Skeggs Creek section, died of influenza. Mr. Cromer's mother died the following day from the infirmities of old age A son of Will Ponder of near Livingston died last Monday and on Friday Mr. Ponder lost his daughter. Both victims of flu. Miss Isabollo Tyree, living near tho fair grounds died of influenza Monday. Mrs. Geo. Hellard died at Liv ing-.tofrom the effects of iuflu-onza. and other things to wear and we want to advise you that you can save some money by coming here for -- .your.. These bargains are moving fast now and it woufdnot be wise to wait too long to come for yours. li - .' .- THE JCASH STOjRE FOR FRESH r-r.-X B u l hi :TA ft Ctl". avi"ri" -- T3l n SEE caBaBg8ai:' gStEAwmofiSi! tf TheHomeof AjaPv cfe U MILES EAST OF ORLANDO On Cooksburg Road lagsBmaasaKgaiajKBaaJiaireia CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED HART SCHAFFIMER MARX Clothes Arbuckle Coffee 23c BR0NIGL1AL TROUBLE. Mrs. A. E. Sulenberycr, Rock-field, It 13 now Judge Carmical, who has received his commission as Polico Judge of Mt. Vernon, succeeding T. J. Pennington who re signed and moved to Oklahoma. Mrs. Alice Davis, Superintend ont of Schools, requests us to say that all schools will be notified when to open and that tho notice will bo sent out just as soon as authority from the State Board is given for the A letter came from Logan Bry- ant addresied to the editor this .week, but tho main part of Loguo's communication was a clipping from tho London Daily Mail, which tho Censor did not lot pass. Thereforo his address and name was all we got. His Service . Squadron, American, Exp. Forces address is 3O6 Aoro Via London. Eng. Judge Cam Mullins and tho Fiscal Court havo bought a crusher and ongme for tho county This is the best move made yet toward ro-- d building in Rockcastle. It not only insures keeping up what roads wo havo but makos it possible to build more. The Stute Road Department is urging that the county voto the 20 cent road tax, in which evont tho Stato will pav Si. out of every $4. spent 0D the roads. This means the State will pay $24,000 a year. Don t you think U is worth your sober thinking, and lastly your vote on November 5th. Tho remains of Milo Butch McCluro, youngest son of Sam McClure arrived hero from Camp for burial. Monday Harrison Another Rockcastlo boy who paid tlie price for liberty and freedom for "you and for mo. Tho boy who gives his life in an American camp is(as much a patriot as the boy who falls upon tho Western front. Nothing has been needed worse than lights during tho influonzu epidemic and no industry has had tho dlfllculty lu trying to keop gong that tho Mt. Vernon Power Company has had. Mr. Perciful, his son Willie and Alfred Bryant, tho three who operate the plant Homer havo all beon down. canio to our rescue for Proctor one night, when ho was taken sick. Had It not been for S. T. Proctor, who dropped his own work and took charge, the town would havo beon in darkness for moro than a week. Not only the Power Co., but tho people of the town, owe Mr. Proctor a voto of thanks and a debt of gratitudo for his sacrifice Mr. Bryant is now ablo to bo back on the job for half time, and iu two or three nights, service will tho regular be resumed. all-nig- Tho death of Albert Parmau's brother-in-lawhose name wo arc unable to get, living in the Gauley branch section near is reported. 'Jess Bullock, son of Hon. E. Bullock, died at Reading, Ohio, and his remains were brought here for burial Monday. Eugene Gentry, son of tho lato George Gentry died last night ot influenza and heart trouble. Tho report reaches hero just as we go to press that a Mrs Robinson and Mrs Stewart, Davo Stowarts mother, both ofOrlaudo, died night. A small child of Steve Morris died at Pino Hill last night. Tho second death occured in the fumily of Micajali Sowdot last night, whon their five year old baby passed away. Mr. and Mrs. Sowder aro certainly having more than their share to bear. To My PatkoKs: The Flu has had mo knocked out this week, but I hnpo to bo able to serve you by Monday. Hope you all havo recovered from the epidemic and myx sympatny is with the bereaved ones. Sincerely yours, Ind., states: "''or a'u attack of bronchial trouble which usually assails ino in the spring I lind Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only thing that gives mo relief. After using it for a fw days all signs of bronchial trouble disappears." Mu P. Q Gkiei'INi Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir : You may bo interested iu kuowiug that wo havo furnished you with 3050 lbs. t. of Roasted Cofleu since Jau-aryib- with Local Applications, as they ennot reacli the scat of tho dis ease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly inilucnced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must tako an internal remedy. Roll's Catarrh Medicine is taken intornalln and acts thru tho blood on the mucous surfaces of tho system. Hall's Catarrh - Medicine was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years. It is composed of some of tie best tonic-- known, conir best billed with some of tho blood purifiers. The perfect combination of tho ingredients is in Hall's Catarrh Medicine what produces such woiulorlul results in catarrhal conditions. Send for testimonials, free. F.J ClIRNKY, & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. All Druggists, 750. BACK THE FIGHTING MEN WITH THE FIGHTING LOAN. BUY BONDS. 5ls:::s 3 s"r r zZ ii.iir lii;.:..:-"-----..-..w .! ??T"',?'9e!330o?eeeca3oe30taotooocao--t" t i Ocv 0." o.-(( leo """oo "TiTTP t ""; HOC iM9Q 10 a...1 CIO.. OCJ.o a ..e'j BaaEasasaacsiarHZfEa; tiJ7"r TTTiz TSTT 3E3EA .. - ..03 "S -SU 0 3ta" yd.... ( -- so su a (8.... U... !r5 That 1918. is a n ce Hall's Family Pills lor cunsti pation rcignt lie re i a d P a .09 .!) tOO AU .OS amount of Coffee but wo aro still looking forwurd to oven a better business between nowund thelend of the year, aud it will bo tho For Sai.k- :- A good Jorsoy cow 7 years old. J. T. Mkaijows. J.... $(,.- Just plain old BILL BROWN just moved from the tunnel; right into the middle of town. Iiiing your Produce ami coino to set me. o '09 . I.IU4 O .w CO 2.... SSI.- C? best seuson for big Uoffoo .v, sules. Assuring you jthatwoap-preciatthis patronago and again thanking you for it, we aro Very truly jours, , ,;.; DEBTS elinrgi,siinK-'iW',i,oll''i,l- COLLECTED . . e.' at. . eat... !)' an... o. BUKA 'i Will Pay You IliIiet Prion. .a ao o Accounts, Noun, Claim-- , or all kinds colluvleil nnywliuc in tin- world. No iu an rs National 1'. nil Hay's ColleUionAgency, Somerset, Ky. Office: Kikjiii 7 Maaouii ltlUtj-o twww2nascs,xaas5Ri&5 trcicairjajsGi ...oa .oj co a't j A 0." uowo -- ir. .o a ted .o co W II 1' Coi'l'KB COMPANY. St. Louis. CO LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSITY JIJisilUiUillilHiliiillillslllIllillllilillillliilll! to HAD NOTICED THEM. John Rhnnkr, Tho Dray Man. Mrs. H. A. Smith was called hero from Terro Haute, Itd , on account of tho death other father, John Jones. The oversea casualty list this week shows two Rockcastle boys missing in action. Thoy aro Wil-HaBullingcr, sou of Egbert Balliuger, Wildie, and Arthur Franklin, son of Mrs. Ella Frank lin, of the Wildie section. ul Butlntll, Short Hand, Tp Ytitlnj anj Teleenphy, . '! IV""''" t III VI C(j,l cu ( m il 1 &iu h tor In l yourt ttutcotM to-ocnrlug . Aijft iiric " a, irfwUioa.lMploiuaiW'TtiiN Tr ll. tS&h. ow, ''.I Stiuloa. CwJ WILBUR R. SMITH IMuInul rtlin.ur.r lonloul.r., ulltun tcuiii liomu. l'uf vruiluAtMi. l"OH I..lli:s,una - LEXINGTON, KY. TRADE MORAL 1 ''.'.ust2:i2.w.' ...w VA, je Trying lo win a girl's love by taking her aunt buggy riding is like an attempt to do business without advertising. The aunt enjois the buggy ride, but it doesn't help your cause with the girl. The merchant who wants to win WEAR OUR OLD CLOTHES AND BUY LIBERTY BONDS ! CASTOR IA For Infanta mid CMMnu Ixar. V m O X. S3: VC? TRAuE MORAL in CbUdrea OP7 iA mJT.O goue to "Ob! Percy, my foot ba loep." "Ye. Doth of thorn turned la quit ft M1 aco." the home folks' trade will win if he plugs persistently through lt)es9 columns. !n "Jso For Over 30 Years A' -- y Advertising 6n;. ww of C&yf'jjffi&tc.ttii jp - this paper is to you, Mr. Homo Merchant, what steam is to an engjna. prominence '3ia " t'v :.. .:'G.yi,rrrxr An Act of General THE SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE From ihi Ml'ls!ppl viilley to the llnmlnit frnnt 'u Plunder Ik not iN fnr tnilnj lit Hie ilWtinn fmt i Purl" to Hertlii. The At'mitlc ihviiii l nut ns wMi n tin1 Itlvrr Solium1. Tin- - clrl In the nnntlliui In tli middle VVt In very. clv-- i tn Iht -r In ilii' frinf-l'itrctiilii"). If licr work fuller. If 1.110 untrue turiieilii im-tin1 careful" oriilliiy of iln Inspector, thn llvpx of Ainrrlcmi fiiIiIIit my tln price. tt i p ncri'wnry to kiM-- the p!rl v tin liiUiw lli Mii'IIm physlciil'y fit mid lilpli of couriipe n tin- - limn who flivs tlu mill. Tlic plury tinil cxrlti'tii"iit of wnr . nrc for tlic ttiliiillng. In kliiiltl. iiionoton Mi" Irlior 'fur nuiiy from tin-l'na II111."' nml miiriliil iniflc N tin1 iHiriiiin of tliu clrl wliii iniikvK iimiil- tlllllV I'll" nml lit'lf in Ml ti women nml drN linvi r':irelipil Intu Hie service of tlio t'nlteil !'iiti" 'Mveniineiit. to tnl;i' tin iiliicpH (if ilie men vim Inve lieen eiil "1! to tlm colnpi. Willi every ilrnfl tin with III' oiei'lna of i'iry muni-Il"i- i fiuitoiii'iPiit the niunlier it Tli,n'i rl"l wor' Ion? lnnr eiiil ho wi r": N Iwnl nml iiomitonoiii. I'ur'Jierinore. Il'ey vorl: til liluli len!cti. On the v'jllt of llielr mid the necunti of Hi Ir eyes Hie llvex of mmiiv colillcrx. Ilie ivInuliiL or of nimiy lmttle. "I can't klcrp nt nllit liecmi-- e I'm o nfrulil I mr.y linve il on some-thin- s Hint wax not itille I rue," Mild one yonne plrl not yet In lier twenties who Inipecti'd linnilri'ils nf torpednes every dny. t'n'ess soniethlni; ciin imike tills clrl fnrj.'ot 11I nlstit. mid flijd iiiiiie rest, lier limiil will lose Its ciitmlti);. "Nlphts mid Sundiiys," kiiIiJ nnotlier, "I wnlk mill wnlk, nml I never po Hip F.'ime route twice until I huve worn out nil Hie others mid yet I enn't for-';Hint perhups conic time, Mitm'how, during Hie d.iy somelhliiK limy lme (rone thniuuli Hint wmh not qulto rlKlit." "I wiih Just on Hip edpe of coins fri-tor1 in-11 b 11 I I j. nerv-0111 i. lie-lnpiiw-e- ikjeatmmK' ninn'iii Thiaaaanwi iU 1 iiu Tmi gaM8iisiiTiiiiiwHaMMMiiwii'i n m mmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmaesmaammmmm Children Cry for Fletcher's Kasysy?3sv7E Assembly 1918 REl A TING TO PUBLIC ROADS Tluit subsection Kentucky Statutes. Car- 'toll's Edition 1915, bo and tbo is hereby repealed and in lieu Iherejf the following is heio 18 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 of section I356X ixNSNccccccC!csaaN2c The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne tho signature of and has been made under his ls. by iMiue ed I 60nal supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive vou In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experienco against Experiment. d" 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 teen In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Fla'ulency, Wlnd Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Teverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Section tS The costs of inter-- ! county seat roads constructed under the provisions of this act In shall bo paid as follows: counties having an assessed valua-doof less than 5,1,00,000, per cent sill ty-live be paid out of tbo SLite road fund and tbo rcmti'nder shall bo paid by the county. seven11 Take no chance At n PEOPLES BANK Banking Institution. Mt. Vernon A Good- Solid Deposit your money in the not want to use it at once you can get interest on it, and the Bank pays all your Taxes on your money If you do GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &&&& The Kind THK CtNTAUH COMMNV. MKW VOHK CITV. In Use For Over 30 Years You Have Always Bought From They tell us the only time "Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. iwlteer Let's back them up by subscribing to the ORDER ROCKCASTLE COUN-TFISCAL COURT, OCTO-RKTERM, 1st day of October, 1918. On motion of W. D. Mullins, by Robert Justice, seconded Evans, it is ordered by tho court, that the Sheriff of Rockcastle County, open a poll in each of tbo voting precincts of Rockcastle county, on the 5U1 day of November, same being the date of the General Election held in and for said county to ascertiin the will of the electors of said county on tbe election. Are you in favor of voting a 20 cents road tax for the purpose of constructing and improving of tho public roads and bridges, onoor both, as the Fiscal Court of said county may direct. Said taxation to run haoUttme" a(tt'a(it(iur. ftln,W.rtA sT SUaJ-r jet"rS"W-',,K- S Htmiil It, Then the futthci vnvJovsi ba.V Ho amount Bsked me If I plnyed ntmntlffi J'vwk'r hiiHket hull, mid that can not be raised by the levy I told her I wiih too ohl. I'm She Insisted ihnt I Just try in any one year shall be oxpended throwing the hull, nml now I'm cnptnln in that year. of the banket hull teiini. I nlnv tennis. Y country worth fighting for is a country worth saving for. Buy Liberty Bonds and prove yourself true to the Red, White and Blue," "A Peoples Bank Sells Liberty Bonds TW WM-K- You Will Be Un i Pleased iI with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel" of the cloth and its individual design when ordered from w- teiLSiates Ta o r i n g Co. suitings and man of fash- CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is oversowing with new, appealing overcoatings fabrics that will delight the young ion and make the business man look the part, your intimate inches with the skill that makes Prices extremely low. twenty-elKh- t. "Our own Yanks ft have started them whistling. Fourth Liberty loon LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION THE WITH RESOLUTION. Whereas, it is resolved that in event that tbe 20 cents road taxis voted at the coining Novembor election in Rockcastle County then the amount that is derived from said taxation will be prorated and used in and according to tbo size of each Magisterial District. It is further resolved that the so cents road tax, which is a levy uov in force shall be omitted from tbe levy of 1919; that tbo present rate of taxation upon the one hundred dollars shall be the same as at present Cam Mullins, J.R.C.C. Freeman Ketron, J.P.K.C. V. D. Mullins, J.P.R.C. V Bank of Mt. Vernon IF AT ANY TIME VOU J. R. D.Aiinby, J.P.RC. Evass, J.P.RC. Buy tiBtRTY Bonds SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MjOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck, Binder, Silo or Cutter, Mauure Spreader, Lirue Spreader, Hay Bailor, Fertilizer, Pipeless Furnaco; Hack, Tractor, I will guarantee delivery wilhin one day. Keep them in stock and can furnisli you with repairs at once for anything I sell you. CALL OR SEE KY E. S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon, Ky. ME Judge Cani Mullins, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed please find check No 649 for $1,489.33. Same tbe balance of all money ap portioned to your county previous bo-in- g o 1918. Tho I918 apportionment will be available in December. Your The niue Triangle sent Its piny Indy County was apportioned $5,054.-0- 0 to salute nnd go to work. Workers nre for 16I8. From this must bo nsked for In recreation buildings of nil the 22 federal Industrial reserva first paid tbe cost of making the tions or which Federal Aid Survey in your coun- have been opened this summer In sevstates. These reservations ty. The remainder can bo ap eral of the out sprung up of the very fields In n plied to paying the state's share few weeks. They nre emplolng thouof the cost of State Aid Road sands of workers. Many of these woik provided the county has women have come from far distant munition-cantonments me to dentil once. Hut everything Is different now, thnt wc hne our War Service cluh." The wnr depnrttnent hnd seen tho need of o'ccupiitlons for hours If the employees were to work nt their Rrentest efficiency, nnd through the ordniincu depnrtuient nsked the Young Woincn's Clirlsllnn Association for recreation leuders, to line up the Elds nnd direct their free-tim-e pleasures. The Rovernment reinlniled the Y. W. C. A, thnt ns nn ormilintlon It nlwnys hnd hnd nil Interest In the rlclit housing of t'lrls. In the rlirlit feedlni; of Blrls, nnd In the rlpht education of Klrls, nnd Hint the Intelligent care of these Klrls tn the munitions factories wns one of the essentials In the winning of. the wnr. The government could house mid feed them. It could put up recreation liulldlngs, but when this wns done It wns ns helpless ns the father of n motherless clrl. Tho Rovernment Is n copiposlte man. Up didn't know whnt a girl hhould do when thn six o'clock fnctory whistle hlew. He only knew she needed looking nfter and he called to the one womnn's or- -' gnnlmtlon thnt for hnlf n century hnd miide n study of the needs of girls. Vnguely, he hnd nn Iden that she should be encouraged to piny, thnt she needed wholesome recreation, nnd some one, wise and sympathetic ns n 'careful mother, to guide her social ctt"n Vet up' nml 'wlc-wiimid they're gnlni; to nuike me forewntnnn of the room. Thnt would Imvo frlplit-pnec mid Tailored to no mistakes. d Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead Hun's Last Cent Goa? to War MAP FREE! Sunset Magazine increases us rates to 20c per copy on news stands and $2 00 pfjr yearly subscription, beginning with September Issue, 1918. A to WAR LAST CHANCE J7 v -- ,"iW riyf tj'iy;1" jr wy. Magazine at the old prico of St. 50 per year and rccoivo a subscribe to SUNSET wwt ..wmj Large Liberty War Map of the Western Battle Front, FREE This renmrknblo olTcr is open to nil uhoot' subscriptions will bo nt this ollee up to August ICtb. 1918. Subserlbo befoie this date and save the prico of A complied with tbe requirements of (State Maintenance Law enacted at the last session of the Legislature Yours truly, R. Wiley, Commissioner Public Roads. A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. Do you know that a beautiful woman always has a good digestion ? If your digestion is faulty, eat lightly of meats, and take an occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tablets to strengthen your digestion. Price 25c. Buy MORE Bonds AT LONDON, Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, Hills and All Kinds T. Q. MOREN of Farm Implements. LONDON, KY. Germany's Fourth Offense Failed; PROPERLY FITTED GLASSES , . .. AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest lniporlancc, If your eyes are showing any de- fects now la the Uuiq to' nee 4 r Our Fourth Loan Must Not. Buy MOKE Bonds Buy MORE Bonds DR. MOORE, Cox Bulidfni?, The Oftiriti Mt.VorrWrf, Ky. provided homes. Tho government dormitories and mess barracks. In some places It Is putting up recreation buildings. Where such n building Is not provided by tho government, the Y. W. C. A. will furnish It, using one already Mundlng when available, nnd building when that Is necessary. All these buildings, whether government or nssoclntlon-owned- , will operate under the blgn of tho Illuo Triangle. They will hnve big living rooms, assembly rooms for entertainments club rooms. nnd gymnasiums. Tho Hlua Triangle will furnish 11 program of service work, educational classes, games and entertainments. Military and signal corps drills will he In charge of soldiers. In Wnshlngtnn, tho members of the Business Women's council, a Itlue Triangle league of tbo Y. W. O. A., innde up of girl government einplojecs, drill twice a week under nn army olllcer nnd between five and nix o'clock on these days long lines of motorcars nre parked to watch tho drill. Wherever possible the recreation equipment Includes a field somewhere for outdoor sports. nr clubs nre n part of the plan ana membership In these Involve a pledge! to, serve to tne nest or inp gin s nullify In the rpnks of the Woman's Industrial Armythe "second line of defense," nnd u promise of loyalty by prompting )o every possible way the spirit of service. 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 few cents a day wage to lend to his government. Less than a dime a day! And still he can buy thrift stamps I This thrift card was taken from the body of Emil Schneider, Wurtemburg rifleman, killed by a United States, Marine at Chateau Thierry, and is the property of C. A. Hamilton of the Washington stafT of the Ituffalo T iiucs, who.te son is in Europe. Less than a dime a day! And still he can buy thrift stamps I Let that sink into your mind. Then figure out what you should he putting into Liberty Donds! And when you have figured it out PUT IT INTO THE TWO THRIFT STAMPS "Kill two birds with one stone" Help the Government and Yourself. SUNSET MAGAZINE SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA BONDS. J, C.McCLARY He Finished Bulgaria. You ? UNDERTAKEB and EMBALME STANFORD, KY. . Buy tiBtniY Bonds' uy Vikmy mohk MAYDE It didn't eeem such a very Important assignment when Gcnorul d'Eepcrey was sent to tho Ilulgarlnn frontier to tuko charco Allied forces there. Hut Germuny echoes, tn a different key, cry of tho Allies that nothing In many months has meant a greater tho Btep toward haUonlng complete Allied victory than tho defection from tbe war on the part of Dulgarla. It practically ends tbe dream of Qcrmany tor control of the East; it pretty nearly cuts off the Turkish army, and It may make possible the of Serbia Into tbe war. DUT IT D0158NT END THE WAR! Tbe Allied armies must follow this Balkan victory with heavy, bard, steady blows. That means a tremendous undertaking lu the wuy of supplies, arms, food, defensive and offensive munitions. It is expensive to transport to that point. But It Is worth the cost. Will jou buy more of themt Liberty Bonds must make it possible. ayy -- C Buy Iibchtv Bond; f C. C. ATTOUNEY-AT-LA- William & Buy MORE Bonds VI ATTORNEY AT LAW MT YItKNON. KY. Will practice in all the courts.) Office on Church Street I. W. BETHURIM MT.VEttNON,KY. A Libeaty Bond Keeps OFFICE.- - On2cd.floorofj Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tion given collections. 'PNONB 80 Your Money in America and Sends Your Heart -- DR. WALTER Tirv K Buy MORE Bonds HMMMMMUMMK" Buy MORE Bonds tonhe-Pront. rZ 'QifSffiy I.-4-- &fcs. Dentist Ollloo Over u. a. MT VKHNON, KENTUCKY r it .