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VERNON, Sipil 8. 1918 e-.- r ESTABLISHFD 1887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,' KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 7 Germany's Surrender Expected OFFICIAL VOTE Tuesday's Election In Rockcastle U.S. Senator Congress Road Tax StockLaw a e o Slim or stout, Clothsraft Clothes arc built for all. Every seam has science tailored into it. And the price tits every purse. LARGEST STOCK IN TOWN Every Department Fulf of Values SUTTON &McBEE MT. VERNON Huns Must Pay Huge Indemnity For Damages Compensation For Destruction of Cities and Ships Demanded By Allies President's correspondence with principles as laid down by Presithe German authorities, in which dent Wilson. By accenting the those Governments "declare their armistice tbey agree in advance to make peace with the Government of Germany" in accord with the President's programme, subject to these qualifiwillingness iu me qu arnica, no us maue dv me Allies, and consequently much of the real work of the peace conference will have been completed in advance. There will remain the application of the President's programme and decision as to the freedom of the seas, but the terms of the armistice will leave no room for doubt of the ability of the Allied and American Governments to impose their terms. While awaiting the approach of the German emissaries Marshal cations: Reservation to themselves of cernplete freedom of action in the peace conference on the question of the freedom of the seas, and The specific understanding that by restoration of invaded territories is meant that ''compensation will be made by Germany for all damage done to lations of tbe property by the TRUCE TERMS AGREED UPON many by land, the civilian popuAllies and their Pech, military men here believe, aggi esion of Ger- has opened the decisive battle of by sea and from the war. His immediate objective the air." is the rout or destruction et the Washington, Nov. 6 Germany The President, Germany is in- German armies holding a stretch can have peace on the terms and form ad, concurs in this last stipu- of more than 200 miles of battle-linprinciples enunciated by Presiin the very centtr of the dent Wilson, bat it must pay an lation, which means payment by Germany for cities, towns and front of France. It is from this enormous indemnity for the wan menace that the Germans are ton destruction wrought by its countrysides laid waste or for ships sunk by sub- seeking to escape in the great reforces on land, on sea and iu the marines and raiders and of inde m treat reported last night from ait. The German government is so nities to the families and depen- London. informed in a note from Secretary dents of civilians Killed er carried ABOUT CROUP. Lansing now on its way to Beilin. off in violation of the recognized rules of warfare. If your children are subject to and which also announces' "that Terms of the armistice may not croup, or if fyou have reason to authorized Marshal Foch has been by the Governments of the United j be made public until their accep fear their being attacked by that States and the Allies "to receive tance or rejection by Germany, HlOtOOA tMl -properly accredited representa- but it can be stated authoritatively l'ljuiiii iiMii ri ii wrin fftfernon and Rockcastle Makes tives of the German Government that they are no less drastic than Remedy and study the directions Quin(R) 2,58 5 mo fool lib a T vurtlllH like to be those imposed upon Austria, which for use, so that in case of an at- SuthTHstrict and to communicate to them the Judge Era- see them all, altho I terms of the armistice" under have been interpreted by military tack you will know exactly what est S. Clark (D). .Unopposed back and men here, both Allied and Ameri- course to pursue. This is a fav am not one bit homesick, donlt which hostilities can be brought know how soon" I will be. I can, as nothing short of abject orite and very successful remedy to an end. have written all 1 know and no for croup, and it is important that surrender." Secretary Lansing's notequotes FOR FLETCHER doubt more than you care to a "memorandum of observations"! Germany a spokesmen already you observe tbe directions bother with; My post office ad- by the MM Governments on the have acquiesced in the terms and ct-Ch- e dam-damage- d; iJlaJJZ?2-L? The German delegation charged to PRECINCT 1s X) to conclude an armistice and to 3 o OT open negotiations have arrived at the Allied front. Inasmuch as oa1 30 a r Q o Germany's surrender must come n a before many weeks, the good No. 1 East Mt Vernon. 6O 60 140 58 136 83 83 53 news of an unconditional sur- No. 2 West Mt Vernon. 89 160 Il6 1 11 95 163 render is momentarily expected. No. 3 Conway 21 85 23 106 23 106 No 4 Scaffold Cane 16 133 16 130 I02 27 No. 5 Crooked Creek .. 11 12 7 77 72 73 No. 6 Orlando 61 64 36 46 27 47 40 3! Livingston No 7 51 51 45 143 74 55 Writes From Oklahoma No. 8 Walnut Grove 1 no 92 32 90 3i 81 No. 9 Brown 10 85 90 94 127 Cushing, Okla., Nov. 3. I9I8 No. 10 South B rod head 83 133 83 135 85 94 Mr. E S. Albright, No. 1 1 Powers ,. 69 5 23 72 4 43 Mt. Vernon, Ky. No. 12 Pine Hill 58 29 32 57 30 Dear Edgar: No. 13 Wildie ji 91 64. 32 92 37 As I do not have anything to No. i4 Red Hill 8 8 80 4 79 si do this beautiful Sunday morning, No. 88 North Brodhead. 84 15 23 55 54 I6 will write you. If you have pubspace in the Signal you may 627 1539 610 1502 754 954 lish it if you care to do so, that Majority 200 892 912 I our manv friends there may know how we are. dress will be Cushing, Okla. yesterday,' said Col. House's We arrived safely on our No street number, as 1 wi'l g message. "1 proposed a resolujourney on the eleventh day af- to the post office for mail. My tion in the following sense and ter starting. We had no trouble best wishes are for the people of the same was adopted: 'The to amount to anything except Mt. Vernon and Rcokcastle Coun- Supreme War Council in session the rain on Monday night. We ty, which place I expect some at Versailles desires to co operwere about 35 or 4o miles' out of day to again be a citizen. 1 ate with Austria, Turkey and Kansas City at the time. Our received a copy of the Signal Bulgaria in the making available tent blew down during the rain. yesterday, the first one I have as far as possible of food and We were some distance from any had. other supplies necessary for the house, so it was up to us to husto all, Best regards lives of the civilun population of tle to the car the best way we Yours very truly, those countries." could. And to make bad mat. T. J. Pennington. GREATLY BENEFITED BY ters worse, we had played the Virgin, had DEFEATED NATIONS, TO BE CHAMBERLAIN S TABLETS part of tbe foolish no oil in our lamp, but we got SUPPLIED FOOD BY U. S. "I am thankful for the good I just the same. The next there Washington, Nov. 5. The Al- have received by using Chamberthing the dust had turned ,to lied and American Governments lain's Tablets. About two years tii mud and believe me the Kansas are to with Austria- - ago when I began 'aking them I mud is sure slick. We made Hungary. Bulgaria and Turkey was suffering a great deal from very poor time the next two in furnishing food and supplies distress after eating, and from days in fact the remainder of for the suffering civilian popula-tation- s headache and a tired, languid the trip. We traveled thru some of those countries. This feeling due to in digestion and a fine country and also thru some decision was reached b f the Ver- torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tabvery poor country, with the ex sailles conferees yesterday. Presi- lets corrected these disorders in ception of Indiana. Corn crops dent Wilson was advised y a short time, and since taking anygenerally, are poor and not two bottles of them my health by Col. K. M. House. thing extra thru Indiana. Wheat "At the conclusion of the meet- has been good," writes Mrs, M. good, ing of seems to be generally . Y. the Supreme War Council P. Harwood, Auburn, great preparation being made for wheat this year. I saw plenty of corn that had completely burnt up; not more than two or three feet high. This is a fine looking country: not so much right thru this section, the land don't look very productive around here but a few miles out on the your can ship and get a square deal river, it is good, but old Kenand Right Price tucky as a whole, is as good as any. Cushing is a town of eignt or nine thousand population, something like a mile or two Streets laid off Results and Majorities square. East, West, Northin city and style, South. Some very fine houses of Kentucky Candidates 51 C. W. Cracraft, J09Ph pstaples and some gthe rev rse. EverySec'y. thing is heated by natural gas; UNITED STATES SENATOR. W. R. GOTT, formerly et Lancaster is with us. Candidate Majority have both electric and gas lights. Gov. A. O. Stanley (Dem) 7,170 Five or six big Refineries just Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. CHICKENS, out of town but no wells very REPRESENTATIVES. TURKEYS and RABBITS in season. close. Each refinery represents First District Alben W. COOPS AND EliG CASES FURNISHED OUR SBIPPERS an outlay of thousands of dollars. Barkley (D) 10,103 Reference: Pearl National Bmmk Cincinnati, Ohio I am at present working for Second District David H. Refining Co., as a Kincheloe (D) 4,666 the Consumers laborer at 45 cts per hour eight Third District -- Robert Y. ' 1,648 hours per day. Carpenter work Thomas )D) is dull here on account of 1 Ben Fourth District T tnci restrictions on building (D) Johnson I1883 material. Ifcaven't fully decided Fifth Distr F yet as to whether I will stay hete order will be Ogden (R) . Tf 1,084 a little slack or not. Work is Sixth District Arthur B. If Hi 1 L IU mailed to you and here to what it has been but it Rouse (D) . .'. 6,097 is that way every where only on receive our careful Seventh District J Camp. Government work. I am going bell Cantrill ( D) 7,005 attention if you cannot visit our store. out this evening to look about a Eighth District Harvey farm. If I can rent one to suit Helm (D) 1,467 me probably may farm next year. have a complete line of Ninth District W. J. We have had considerable rain Fields(D) 4.195 in Silk Fiber and Wool; since I came here; weather warm, Tenfh District - John W. morning. had a light frost Friday Langley (R) and 52i9 The Spanish Influenza has been Eleventh District J. M. raging here since we came. I for the whole family Robsion (R) 16.022 don't know the number of deaths, COURT OP APPEALS. Dress Goods in bilks, Serges, Suiting but a number of them. We have First District Judge Gus all escaped so far. It' seems to and Ginghams ; Gloves galore ; Thomas (D) 10,000 be be under control. H Seoond Flannels. Flannels and I reeret very much to hear of i T.J. PENNINGTON .co-opera- te to-da- Why Sell Your Produce AT HOME SHIP TO When A- - D. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Walnut Street CINCINNATI, O. COATES CO. Gov-emine- nt rnrxr Tcrayt sstt arles tf UDITr UJ CYour 0 . We TOQUES UNDERWEAR ft SWEATERS x m,,' j" " Outing - . nt - - - ' Wool Our stock is complete Buy Early y .. ! ( JOHN ROBINS BBODHBAD XXi g M - CA8TOBI t I V J X Mil Vernon Signal. Richmond, and ale cnnsitie e, aud sonal ab'e To his granddaughter he will d ... . FkioaY, Nov. 8, 1918 ' two handsome diamond rinys,. j6MU Em. MMMB& MR MM. worn by his wife duri g her lifr Mil'. Publish, d every Friday by gljjHgi ;; m yra B time, and to his gr ndson. EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. handsome gold watch, a faun'. He devised to Dani $I.O heirloom DESCRIPTION ONH VKAR H If mm lO'Sullivan, of Louisville, $15 W m si mm Mm I &,. ? .. Advertising rates maue known fin for preparing his biography an ra B9 K MS ! HI Ex mM IB 3 fla application $600 f jr the printing aud pubrii3 T lishing of same, together will m B3V b Pmm mum QUICK ACTION LIKELY. some speeches, messages, tU Now that the Berlin delegation while Governor. He lso d .. conclude an armistice"' with vised that two oil proiraits 'to Marshal Foch was admited to the himself, one t be presented in presence of the Great Captain at hung in the Richmond cou day break today, it is likely that house gallery, and the other ti we shall hear vastly important be presented to the Easter?. Ke tidings within a short time. The tucky State Normal Scht.01 mird of the public is very defin- These prtraits were solicited b itely ma.de up as to what action the judge and Bar, and by Pie- ' EE ) B! I the delegation will take when dent T. J. Coates, for the Nor the Generalissimo has stated mal School Govenor McCreary ) mi. his views upon a cessation of thanked God fr health at the 0 hostilities. The people are in pos- time he wrote his will and the session of a clear notion of what many other blessings he had enwill be demanded and they are joyed at the conclusion. Rich- willing to whisper their belief as mand Register. to the outcome in quiet corners, TUESDAY'S KESULT. although they are a trifle too Smith. Democrat elected Gov to be shouting their opinions from the housetops ernor of New York. California elects a Republican just yet. Washington is inclined governor. to question the authority with Gov. Stanley was eletted to the which the German delegation is acaTJ. S. Senate by about 7ooo ma clothed. This is merely an as we jorlty. demic point, however, Marshal Foch's see it, since H Early last night a recapitula! terms will call for definite per- tion of the results of Tuesday's formance: and if the German election indicated that control of armies perform according to the the senate will depend upon the I demand of the Generalissimo, results of the races in Michigan, . then there is nothing more to Idaho and New Mexico The be asked; and no man will care Republican are considered cer Boys under draft age who upon whose authority the per tain of fqrty-seeS Senators and formance is completed, or wheth tie Democrats of forty six. Into the United er the German armies have any dications are that the Republicans authority for surrendering their will control tne House. Campaign are Victor Boys $du arms, munitions, transportation ngures eariy last nigni were: facilities: and marching back to Republicans 23$; Democrats, 195; Every Boy who receives their frontier virtually nalred. Socialists, i; doubtful 5 Howard is an Ace. Washington goes on to remark S. Cummings, acting chairman that Marshal Foeh has terms of the Democratic National Com , Ea&i Victor Boy sunshine mto that may seem harsh to the Ger- tnittee, claimed that- the De tn o . man, but which will admit of no crats would control the "Senate the life an American Soldier & argument. They must be accepted and would organize the House. or rejected; and meanwhile it is ;v, taken for granted that the Field :Tl v Marshal will maintain his pres sure upon the beaten foe. It' ft Flo,! Flal Fin! Yes, we av:e unlikely that any other had the Flu. but we are up again most thought is in bis mind. In fact, and at our post. Will try to give the precedure appears so obvious some of the news of our little that it is hardly worthy of men- - town but will uot attempt to try ifcoa. We h .ve seen with ; what to tell who has had that terrible 1 force Gen. Diaz kept after his disease called the Flu. as over half adversaries even after the armis-ii;- e of the town has bad a light or 11, T. YOUNG has been agreed upon be or severe attack. We have had Chairman ,Vict')r Boys tween Austria and Italy. There several deaths from the disease in.and near the town and all is 4ri is no question that while the : r nistice is still under ronsidera not over yet. Near town on Gau-le- y i I brancn there h been two tion between Marshal Foch and the German military command, deaths today, a small child. of one to cure the Hun tfill receive daily new of the Milbucns, and a soihII vous Cordial, guaranteed all diseases iucident to humanichild of- Lee Wagoner. The object lessons in the beauty and situation is gradually getting bet; ty. Mr. Hobert Griffin, and lit d sirability of peace tondoft, are visaing". It is natural, moreover, that tefxandaus to be hoped the .v a tie tser, of wwa . . j. :.. be "Plotted dis outqMtT&rrfflfcparetttsS Mr.and Marshal Fodh should demand a ease will soon this:,place. J u'dge quick acceptance or rejection of Drs. Webb and Amyx have been G.. Gnnn,at night and day and doing all Uam Mullins, of Mt. Vernonw k his armistice terms. Since there going ig 0 Pt in their power to relieve the suf m our town Monday. Mrs iNea m is no ground for argument over the matter, the Generalissimo has fering. Mrs. c H. nice left to Parrot of Mt. Veruon, has been every reason to be unwilling to dav to visit her mother in Phila- l visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.ill- --. S have the minds of his men dis- delphia and will stay a few weeks. I.angford. Mrs. Thomas FarleV Mrs. B.H Griffin and little son. who has been quite sick for a turbed by the thought that talk left today to join her husband in While, remains very low. Mrs.! is going on behind them. Be New Jersey, fle is with the col- N. H. Oliver, who has been quite sides, the situation is too clean-cu- t Judge to admit of what is known as ors. S.E Hellard, of Mt. Vernon, sick is much improved moved back to our town. Summers, W. N. Kiggs. Rollty ! MILES EAST OF 0RLND0 parley. The terms are ready; has Uncle Sidney says there is no Rose, J W.Hughes, J. L Pickett, On Cooksburg Road and in fact, it is almost unaniplace like home I. W. Latlin has G. G Sowder-,J- . R. BaJJ, Emmitt mously believed that the Germans aae equally ready. A reply resigned as assistant agent here Quinn, McMartinand J.W Baker, doubtless will be forthcoming and accepted the agency at High- Jr., all are able to leave their -frj&nd Hicks Arbuckle Coffee very shortly. Louisville Times. land Park: . O. D.;rTant, of Mt. rooms. tiGar" e4il Vernon, is assistant agent here says he has a surprise,- in store ti. now. I. W. Catlin will move his for all of his friends. He says GOV M'CREARY'S LAST WILL family to Highland Park in a few after hunting for ten years for a partner, success at last The will of the late Governor days. C.A.Blanfordrafter a two life-tite- e that James B. McCreary was read month ret, is back athisbld job, has crowned his tfforts'-'-bu1 by Atty agent here. Marion Smith has he will keep the name strictly teana offered for probate PROPERLY FITTED John Noland, in Judge Price's moved his family to the Dr. R G hiraself until the day he inendsi GLASSES Webb property on high street to surprise the world- - Bojs get county court Monday. r' AT" THE RIGHT TIME The will covered four pages of E C. Herd, who has had a severe your old bells and hopns, and .rat is of legal cap paper and was written case of the Flu, is able to lesve tie traps ready. We will shake Greatest lmporiiicc;' Miss Mae Evans is the mud sills of his domicile when by Gov. McCreary and was at his room. ; If youceyes are shovying any detested by Mr. R. E. Turley, cash- helping in the post office this we charivari him. fects how is the time to see & Trust week. The election passed, off ier of the State Bank Co , and Col. N. B. Deatherage quietly here ar.d if there was any ,DR. MOORE, Tketicitn EB.JS: ..COLtfCTfD his Old Confederate companion bug juice on HLnds. it was notfthe Buifdiner, Mt.VetSon,'- Ky. ' g 1 We believe the Account, Notes, Claims of. all kinds and friend. Both men were fighting kind . No anywhere in present and gave their testimony. world is growing better, especi- collected unless we collectRefererice: charges Mr. Robert McCreary, of Chicago, ally in this respect. The remedy Farmers National Bank;- Write us. his only child, was also present that Dr. Robins, of Brodhead, the Miy'jCollectwn Agency, merset,Ky. f fUK FLETCHER'S Offiiie: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. I. tie was named executor of the patent medicine man, prescribed estate, which consists of consid for us for the Flu, may be all erable property, including much right, but we wish to inform the real estate, itt this city, bank Dr. that there is but two living stock, a plantation in Florida things on earth that can stand his goverun ent treatment aud they are a negro money in bank, Well, after twelve Gov. McCreary and a mule bonds, etc. Mrs. M. S. Davis, 1607 willed to his son the Florida days of tortnre with the Flu we 10th Avj Nr Nashville, plantation, his late resident in are up again, but not feehnsr as Tenn., writes: We are here to Richmond, a brick residence ad we once felt Alter having been a constant sufferer from catarrh for more joining the postoffice, and much shoot the harpoon into our friend yeara thaa tweaty every and after trying almost remedy adverother valuable property and mon- when be soars away on the wings tised, and having lost all hope, I very reluetantjy began the use ey. He left to his grandson, et imagination and visits some far of Peruna about two years ago. Everybody, says, I look younger Lieut. Robert McCreary now off fairy land. We look to see now thaa I did twenty yearn ago, and I actually feel' younger and with the American forces in our friend, any day come down better, and weigh more. I am recommending It to my neighFrance, and granddaughter. Mrs j thestfeet calling at every house bors 'and all with whom Z come . . Z,4 I Ml""Sir Harriet Gay. of Fayette county. to sell some of his grand Epilep Liquid or Tablet Form Sold Everywhere real estate io tical Asiatical Pancurical Ner a;1 iliui; ..... ........ . ' ...... ecoo9eoe .. t ......... , o9 tt ittltttn '. t. 9 Be9 J. Am I il IS il ih 8 '? am Hm bhh 1 ih I -- RIM 1 AMERICAN THK WITH ARMY NORTH WKST OF Nov. 4. Buzancy. VERDUN the largest of the towns delivered by the Americans, reflects the disspirit of the vindk-tivenesplaced by the Germans uhen thev ar forced to abandon a region thev have held for any considerable time. The town had been almost wholly Germanized. French civilians had disappeared a long time ago and the signs over the shops were all in German. On the streets and avenues such names as Wilhelmstrasse had been substituted for those s C. C. COX JgEpiw mi rfC m in French con-serati.- e A ,-- Victor Boy back of every American Fighter -- There was evidence that the Germans had carried on the asu-a- l activities in the municipality, but with complete contempt for previous conditions and with a desire to wipe out anv sngges tion as to those nho had formerly lived there. Their departure, however, was marked as in few other cases by a desire to leave desolation behind them. From end to end the streets of tre town and the houses reek with the stencil of filth wilfully distributed. The place was a scene of loe', vi an ton destruction and enfoulment, but whether the work was carried out by order is not known. All such things as were portable are gone from the town Heavy fcamiture, including mahogany tables, wardrobes and pianos, were broKen to bits and ieft in the houses. Interior dec orations were irreparably mutinied' Everybody's Attention has been called to the remarkable fuel saving secured with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Coal prices are soaring why be a slave to an extravagant heating plant or stove that is a demon for fuel. Join now in the great army of satisfied users who have found relief from high fuel bills with the great fuel saving n All $5.00 War, Work gire - - pothers FIVE - puts - -- ifc LIVINGSTON 1 -- WAN TED (a virion riivs , IN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY :i.:a.i...iiliiiilMlttialiilii(iiriiiiltt .aaasaa40a.0aca. . itEiiiii'i''''''''''''''''''''' MMMtMMesaM9IJMdtM M, i mmW mW It was not simply a garrison community the Germans established in Cuzincy, although the town recently was army bead, quarters One of the houses bore an ii.scription indicating it was used as a rest house or club women. In a store house .vere found magazines, many of them devoted to fashions. Today, forty eight hours its occupation. is tbe Buzascy center of an American troop movement. The short streets are jammed with traffic of war and from tbe hill .veriooking it anJ the hills be yond are to be seen lines of truck traits, marching infantry md moving artillery. Frcm the south unending supply trains ipproich the citv along distant routes in order to pass through Buzancy. from there to be diverted along the newly repaired roads to positions nearer the COLE'S Original Hot Blast Heater Bums cheapest coal dean and bright Uses any fuel Everybody is searching for a way to save fuel and food. Here's your opportunity to c3lS55 fr CUt VOUr coal Dins squaic 111 11cm cinu gain a periectiy neateu numc as -- well. Investigate now Our btore is Fuel Savers Headquarters ySSr No. 112 M 3 V H Sbss 4&AXl2i fl fronts DR. WALTER jfjh 156 - I FOR ERSSH I I IKI'li 'HIIHM vll i lalsli III Dentist Office Over & U. G. No Mystery in Meat Some things are so simple that they have to be explained again and again. When things are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing business. The mere size of Swift & Company confuses many. Because their imaginations are not geared up to scale, they believe there must be magic in it somewhere some weird power. Company is just like any other manufacturing business run by human beings like yourself; it takes in raw material on the one hand and turns out a finished product on the other. Swift & Company keeps down the "spread," or the expense absorbed between raw and finished material, to as low a figure as possible. (If it didn't it would be put out of business by others who do.) How much Swift & Company pays for the raw material, and how much it gets for the finished product, depends & Mil I I j -- .. T"jTfr MT Baker's Stors KENTUCKY VERNON, 4 I lSEE B. Well 'Armed &iNgy ! Mii nQ IiUiHUIIIIU I ftW 3 Swift 23c 1 - cwc -- When company comes is no time to waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that' there is always a can of there CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, doughnuts, muffins and all good things to eat must be dressed up "in their best taste and looks. C-o- 1 -- - . the-wrld- - . Children Qxy e,-i-a CASTORi UjjjiiiJissiLlsss p --- . f R UNA I made mm ! Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet every time. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings every day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the if. S.,Food Authorities. Yon when yea bay it. Yeb tare wbea yea use it. Company does not control. It depends entirely upon how much people want the finished product and how much raw material there is available to make it from. The profits of Swift ft Company amount to less than one cent per pound on all meats and less than of a cent on beef. by-produ- upon conditions which Swift & one-fourt- h Keep Your Pledge Make Good for Our FJfihting Men BUY fST WAR - SAVINGS STAMPS ' an Swift & Company, U.S. A. . SUBSCRIBE FOR SIGNAL 7 jr . t. Vernon Signal Mt.VerNOH KY, Nov. 8, 1918 ff4 UP "NO. WBtBWf. wain to Communl- - $J ea with SIGNAL J" Lotiivii.Lt 4 Nasmvillc RR Co. TIME TABLE. V2 t.ortd 14 north 3 south !l South I 4.5 3:35 12:35 pm am pm 12:45 am as. Landrum, Agent. kf s. Phone No. 8. Cnterea ai m aecond-ciaa The German mission that left Berlin, according to official announcement, for the western front PERSONAL to "conclude an armistice and to move his begin peace negotiations, T. R. Taj lor will has to London. amily reached allied lines. Reports Miss Tevis Bethurum will leave from Germany are that the Ger unday for Danville to resume man ptess is bitter over the terms of the armistice with Austria. ler studies. mail nutter. iL me a wt ernuu, i.j. Da a4K aa "wraw IJ7 James Maret came over from iVinchester Sunday and spent ihe night. Misses Bess and Ida Hamlin fere in Livingston Tuesday be- A'een tu ins. Richard Cox, Homer Proctor ind Milton Moore have returned Lexington. Mrs Pete Cummins, of near Jand Springs, who has been very tick with the flu, is better. Dae Robinson, who has a :cod position at Lockland, Ohio, at home for a few days. Mrs. Fanny Adams has re turned from a visit to Judge and Irs. B J. Bethurum at Somerset. Mr. P. Q Griffin, who has been 'ery sick for several days, is oine better but yet confined to Ins room. italpb Griffin came in from )anville Saturday night. He is lili suffering from a severe at- - iu rill y of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerron leave for Floral City, Fla., tne miaaie et tne montn 10 ihe winter. ses Ethel Davis and Maggie mes sill leave to morrow morn ing ter Indianapolis to take gov ernment positions. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carpenter, ?ho have made Danville their lome for the past year, have re turned to Mt. Vernon. Mas Christine McFerron will . . to Godwin, N. C, as soon as the Flu ban is lifted, to accept a sition as Domestic JScience :her. Mrs R. E. Thompson and Mrs ragg Thompson, of Crab Or chard, have been visitors at the )me of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 'oynter during the week. Capt. E. B. Thompson is at Camp wneeier. lome irons lAtlanta, Ga , on a few days fue- ugb before sailing, which he expects to be about October 25. Mrs S B. McKenzie and child ren are with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs G. C. Fh. Mr. McKen zie came up with them and was here Wednesday between trains Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, of Bridgeport. Iud , have re turned to their home after a tew days visit to Mr. and Mrs. P Q. rriffin and other Rockcastle rela tives . Bernard Franklin is spending a week or two with uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bell, and his grandmother, Mrs GeorgiaFrank-lin- , at 154 South Limestone, Lex ington. Ky. Buck Cummins and daughter, Miss Gertie came down from Corbin Wednesday to spend a few days with relatives in the county. Buck has a good position with the L. & N. at that place. 1 Pilgrim Coffee the rural schools, conditions are such that tbe schools could possibly open with safety, yet the Health Board does not want to take any chances, and for that reason none of the schools, show houses, or churches will open per lb. this week. If conditions continue to improve there is no question ants at dinner at the Crittenden but that the ban will be lifted hotel after the ceremony and NOTICE TO TEACHERS. later welcomed thirty friends at As Supt of Schools of Rockcas- next week. a wedding reception. Mr. and tle County, I am hereby issuing Food Administration Mrs. Parsons will live in Columan order to all teachers of the bus for a county to come to Mt. Vernon The ban has been lifted on Chicago time and later go to to reside. Columbus on Tuesday afternoon, at one mill feeds. They can now be o'clock for a very important feed to any stock or poultry. Journal. meeting, and you are also re- Three pounds of sugar can now Frankfort, Ky , Nov. 7 -- Major HOW'S THIS? quested to bring your trustee. be bought for each member of Henry F. Rhodes, chiel of the A.s schools are not in session and We offer One .Hundred Dollars the family, lor each thirty days. selective service department, toteochers are receiving their reg- The months allowance can all be Reward for any case of Catarrh day called on local draft boards ular salaries. I am am issuing this bought at one time, but the mer- that cannot be cured by Hall's for 14,125 white men to be sent as an order and not as a request. chant keeps record of number Catarrh Medicine. J to Camp Beauregard, La., and Mrs Alice Davis, S. S. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has in .family and amount of sugar Camp Greenleaf, Ga., during been taken by catarrh sufferers Sergeant Robert E. Childress sold, just as before. November. Of the men to be infor the past thirty-fivyears, and ducted into service H. T. YOUNG of Camp Meade, Md.. Joe Child5,577 wUl be has become known as the most ress, dispatcher, Louisville; Geo. Rockcastle County from the registration of Sfjjtem-be- r reliable remedy ter Catarrh. Food Administrator Childress, of Hamilton, Ohio, all 12. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts Mt. Vernor, Ky. brothers of Dr. W. J. Childress, Under the call for 5.577 white thru the Blood on tbe Mucous a sister. Mrs. Minnie Andersen men physically qualified for genMr. H. J. Mullins, age 74, a life surfaces, expelling the Poison and attractive daughter Miss long and highly respected citizen eral military service service to be Mattye Cbesnut, of Mt. Vernon, of Rockcastle county and Civil from the Blood and healing the sent to Camp Beauregard. Major came over Thursday and spent War veteran died at 8 o'clock this diseased portions. Rhodes called on the local boards After you have taken Hall's of the day with Dr. Childress and morning at the home cf bis son, the various counties for the family. Sergeant Childress is Frank Mullins, of Bright's dis Catarrh Medicine for a short time following number of men: making his last visit before go- ease. For several months he you will see a great improvement Rockcastle 20. Rockcastle is ing overseas, having as it were a had been on the decline but the in your general health Start also asked to send 80 men to family reunion and bidding good- last few weeks, it has been a taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at Camp Greenleaf, Ga., Nov. 18th once and get rid of catarrh Send bye to our soldier boy- .- I. J. to Nov. 23rd. rapid give away. He leaves five for testimonials, free. sons, Will, Frank and Chris, of FLU. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Most all the Flu patients in Mt. Mt. Vernon, Edgar and Grant are Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Vernon who were sick last week, with the colors and one daughter, Mrs. TJ. G. Baker. He will be HAPPINESS SAYS! are out this. laid to rest beside his wife who It seems that flu is about over in Mt. Vernon. Tbe only new preceded him to the grave less To farmers in Central and Southcases reported this week are than a year ago. at 2:30 tomorrow ern Kentucky at a low rate of inin Elmwood cemetery. Mrs. Robert Cox and two of afternoon terest. Easy and attractive pay their children. They are doing ments with the privilege of paying ED C USE nicely. off all or any part of loan at any TU time. Stephen Proctor is reported We will help you pay for all the to be very sick with influenza. "an,," farm land you wish to buy. If Protect I'M Wei "1 The local chapter has just re Miss Julia Davis is very sick you are in debt or need money to ceived a supply of cartons to be YOU WELL? while at achooL wltn influenza. retire your lein notes we would be Sold by Mrs. R. A. SPARKS glad to explain. no trouble to spot "flues' ' used in sending Christmas gifts It is to our boys oversea. All pack, they all show it. ages sent for our soldier boys judge Cam Mullins requests us must be sent by November 20th, DISTRICT MANAGER L. W. BETNURUtt to say that as tbe Flu is about and must be sent by the Red Farm Loan Department Union ATTORNEY AT LAW over, that the bringing of whiskey Central Life Insurance Co Cross in these cartons above MT VERNON, RY. intj the county must stop. No mentioned. None must weigh 802 Security Trust Bidg., LexingWill practice in all the courts. more whiskey is needed for Flu over umce on cnurcn street ton, Kentucky three pounds and no perish medicine and the Sheriff, Jailer able good can be sent. Those and Marshal have been instructed who have packages to send are to arrest all parties caught earnestly requested to bring FOR FLElCrftkS FOR FLETCHER bringing in whiskey. Many gal- them to Red Cross room at 1 lons have been brought here in o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the last month, which was not order to get as many started at ENOS SPENCER. needed or even intended for flu once as possible All packages CH AS. e. H AHRIS. Vlo B. II. UNDSEY, patients. Some took advantage must be delivered to Red Cross of tbe situation but tbe lid is go- room before Nov. 20. on as tight as ever, and this IN M Rrckcastle will send 20 men to notice: All persons having Camp Beauregard, La , between claims against W. H. Kreuger, Nov. 18 and 23. deceased, will please present same pioperly proven, and those FOtt KENT. indebted to said partj aie asked 8 room house, with two large to make prompt settlement. halls, fine garden, large chicken F. Kreuger Sr , Adrar. run, two pasture lots. Formerly The road tax lost. 954 voted occupied by Mrs. Mary E. WilNo and 754 Yes We have no liams. criticism to offer as to bow any K. G. Williams. man voted, but we would like to Owners of dogs should bear in know the reason why any man mind that the new dog law com- would object to tbe State giving pels all dogs to be taged in iqi9. the County about $24,000 a year Those who have listed dogs for roads, when it does not cost should apply to County Court the taxpayers of the county one Clerk Bowman .and get a tag. penny to get it. He has received tags and will be Schools will not open for glad to furnish to those wantanother week. At Mt. Vernon ing them. and Brodhead and with some of In St. Patrick s rectory at 7 o'clock, Monday evening, Rev. Father T. L. Crowley officiated at the marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Peacocke, 299 North Washington avenue, to Mr. William R Parsons of Wildie, Kentucky, for the past year stationed at tbe Columbus barracks as a telegrapher. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Peacocke her father being a captain in the Columbus Reserve Corps. Miss Margaret Gorman was maid of honor for the bride and Mr. John Kelly of the barracks, was Mr. Parsons' best man. The bride wore a suit of taupe panne velvet with trimmings of beaver fur, a taupe vel-ve- l hat, ornamented with silver lace and a corsage of bride's roses. Miss Gorman's suit was dark blue satir, her hat was made of dark blue georgette and her flowers were pink buds in a corsage boquet. The bride's parents entertained the bride and bridegroom and the two attend- A tt ! 0 RVIIOND Fresh Meal, 251b Bag CASH grocery Store J iiiiiiTiii1 our entire stock to quit business and it will be worth your while to come in and buy, not only what you are needing at present, but also to buy what you need in our line for the coming season $1.10 Just received a fresh shipment of We are closing out MEAT Drummo nd's LIVING STON ..... .................... . We are putting prices on our goods that are moving them rapidly, so we suggest that you call early before the articles you are needing have been sold A little cash goes a long way at e THE CASH STORE The Home of HART SCHMIEI & MARX Clothes LONG TIME LOANS IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MjOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane Mill, Saw Mill, Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Engine, Oil or 8team; Buggy, Truck. Binder. Silo or Cutter. Manure Spreader. Lime Spreader. Hay Bailer, Fertilizer. Pipeless Furnace; Hack, Tractor, Keep I will guarantee delivery within one day. them in stock and can furnish you with repairs at once for anything 1 sell you. CALL ME KY., OR SEE E. S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon Ky. AT LONDON, R NOTES. ROSS frff 1 gttttttVjMttwj Burt L.Sims ?Ty&Cl3$OC&xfr OMldrea Of ASTOEL- Obiuiren Cry Dealer in Buggies, Wagons, AS Kinds T. Q. MOREN Mills of Farm knpiements. and - LONDON, KY. warning should be heeded before it is too late. DEATHS. The death toll from Influenza is still heavy in the rural districts of the county. Deaths reported since last week. Mat Bowles, living on tbe Fast side of the county lost three children; John Bowles lost his wife and grown daughter, and Tom Bowles Jr , lost a 7 year old son. The three families live in the same neighborhood; the six deaths occurred Wednesday and Wednesday night and the six burials took place yesterday at the same graveyard. LOCAL A child of Mr. and Mrs. Dock thank our friends for their lovWanted: To trade a team of Clifford died Wednesday night. ing kindness during the last 4 year old horse mules and a This is the second child which hours hours of her life. team of mares 6 and 7 years old they have lost. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Clark A small child of Mr. and Mrs. to two Ford automobiles. and eamily. Shafer died at Brodhead. See or write, N. T. Gutman, Henry Tread way's child died SLEEP AND REST. Crab Orchard R. 3. Monday. One of the most common causes Nov. t. Mrs. Will McCollum, of Liv- of insomnia and restlessness is For Sale 30 acres more or ingston, was a victim indigestion. Take one of Cham-be- r less, fairly good house, good barn Iain's Tablets immediately two year old child of Mr. and smoke house, 2 running , The after supper and see if you do spring, one never fails, half and Mrs. Ernest Clark. small child of Mr. and Mrs. not rest better and sleep better. A acre in garden with new paling They only cost a quarter. Dannie Mullins. miles from fence. Located Mart Mil burn lost a small court house on Hansford road. For Sale: A good team of Will sell at a bargain if sold at child. Mil burn lives at Livings- horses, wagon and harness or ton. once. will sell one or both seperately. B. Wagner of Livingston lost See W. T. Davis, Mt. Vernon, a child. Mt Vernon, Ky. i EMORY r loving memory of our dear In darling Elizabeth which the death angel claimed as a victim. A REGULARLY She was 2 years and 4 months of 321 GUTHRIE STREET, INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNINS ''KU! LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY North of PcwtofBce age. Short services were held Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service at the home by Rev. Young after positions. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of which she was laid to rest in the employment should write for full information at once. ' Livesay grave yard near the t fin- home. Elizabeth was a precious one (in our home playing and plucking the flowers, but her dear Master called for her, and Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: Tor quite she is now resting in the arms of a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would Jesus, where no sin nor sorrow have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a moat can ever enter. We cannot call disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with her back but have the assurance butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have of meeting her in the great beregular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. If Just yond where we will never have to seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they west We wish to part no more. no good at all for my trouble. I heard Commercial School !!!!!!!!tltf!t!!!! n STOMACH TROUBLE ilmm WHEN YOU WANT THEDFORD'S GOOD MEAT AHQ,.IU ! FRESH VEGETABLES We handle the best at Best Prices black-Draug- ht recommended very highly, so began to use It It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or acta on stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht the jaded liver and helps it to do Its important work of throwing out waste materials and poisons from the system. This medicine should be in every household for use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. 82 W.H.BROWN iiiiiiilliiiliiiiiiillllmlll) TO TRADE- -2 Dvse-Jstst- y FiH-Ui- 1 dutit ii; m.m v . JOHN WHITE LOUISV1LLK, l CO. '' - 9 " KY. ONE CENT A DOSE Gift, Ik.tSTlrlilckCtW. T. ! abut 235 Literal MMHmat m4 full v. mo paM C O'MAKA. 'FURS 4Ma aad eazsn t PTX ' dim(i t Contents 15 Fluid Dracim (i - fr'nvr "TtrrrfCttiMuim " flmiga2irjg"Bstrtfti ii ii United War Work Campaign Program "PERSHJKF DAY" ON COUNTY COURT DAY Speakers Will T.ilk of United Wr.r Work Campaign Drive In r.ural Sections of Kentucky. County Court Day in SO counties ir Kentucky fails on Henrta, Nov. 1:1 tei 11, the Brat day of the United v.'ai Work Campaign drive, Iha I::y which will be called "Pershing i'jiy." because ! CASTOifi For Infaiits and Children. wmmm " Boning, November - , v4 r j Mothers Know That -r .i I The campaign begins on Monday 11. and ends .it mi'lii :ir on Monday, XOTeaabe 1S. As ;rn:- vcd by renresciilatives of dw (;.'inment at Washington the money raised will be divided as fcllov s : -- Are You Asleep at the Switch? Mci arc getting robbed carrying it around of all their money every day by or leaving it about their homes la nU I W III n PER GEN muni-AVeetabte rYcparationforAs S.milatinii thereof tin6thcSttwadisandBcwdstf t Z a,-s- u V. .! i.'. C. A 58.Cn Genuine Castcria Y. - t 3:gg i. ZjT jrazHMPP , " f tijnc Cheerfulness and tK nniiimMorohlnenor Mineral. Not Narcotic -s- Always Bears the TKtn'Promotin6l)J4c5l i"- - Signature of B 7ik M A If atl onal Catholic War Council (la eh:. ling Knights of C A 8.80 the great Amc: :;:ii gi Reml h is ' heartily endorsed each and all f th. seven organizations united in en; S'-- M Jewish Cotasabaa) 17.(50 War Camp Commu- niiy Service . .. 8.80 Y e I I'x'J'rd American fa re -. 2.0o 2.0.' Library pro- Pumpkm S- -a JhKhtUt Salt Loss of Sleep ASUlUnhrcfromaB fac Simile Stfnat-- rf ConstipalionandDiarrhoe' -and revm- i t.irfid Remedy fcf lJp THE CHHTU 1AM IV I rata. Salvation Army ... 2.0" Any surplus will be divided A'sociat'on In MASS MEETINGS IN CITIES AND TOWNS Kcntuckiano Everywhere Will Listen to speakers Business Men's Clubs to Hear of War's Welfare Work. On Friday, November 8, there will le a mass met'tiiif; in each of the iar-- i cities and towns in Kentucky in fur tlierance of the interest in the United Use For Over XHECESTAOTGOMPASir. NEWygS; Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMWIH, WCW YORK CTY. rom "Over There" They tell us the only time u Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. soldiers of what used to be one of the most powerful armies in the world are now fleeing in disorder and without hope from th valleys which they had iuvaded with truculent confidence. "On October 3I, after .having overcome on strongly fortified positions tne resistance 01 powerful enemy rearguards. our..irpops consisting of lifty one, Brians divisions, three Britis&sd two ' French divisions, wM-Cz-'cho- "All Faiths Day" will be observed in Kentucky Sunday, November 10, when Pnuteslant and Catholic, Jew and Gen- a tile will join in setting forth the aims 0 snSMsP'HnsaABnBBBBsriBaBnsflBisnBssflBsssfl and ideals of the United War Work Campaign, the week of November 11 to 18. The Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Board, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association and the .Salvation Army, have at the request of President Wilson, united for one great drive. PARADES IN STATE The appeal of these seven organizaWITH LEAVE YOUR tions is not to one element alone for FEATURE CAMPAIGN they collectively represent all religious : creeds and faiths united in a mighty work for the welfare of our soldiers at home and overseas. United War Work Drive in Kentucky There is no narrow dividing line in Will Be Splendidly Advertised on the great work, no religious differences Saturday, November 9. but all are hound together in one sublime faith, one great belief that In rtlovak units and an American Parade Day in Kentucky will be Sat unity there is strength and in unitv regiment, put out of combat sixty-thre- e urday, November 1), when fifty or more there is also the real spirit of Chriscities and towns Austro Hungarian divis- patriotic parades in Ute state will hold tianity. what each of the seven organiJust in honor of the Uni Washington, Nov. 4. Three ions. ted War Work Campaign which starts zations is doing for the morale not hundred thousand Austrian sol- 'The rapid and most daring November 11 and continues through only of the soldiers, but the several millions of women and girls who are diers and not less than 5,0001 advance of the 9th Army Corps the 18th. Elaborate plans are being made in working in munition plants in this guns had been captured by the to the city of Trento, precluding many of the towns to put Douglas Graham, Pembroke, Ky.t the parade country and in France and for other victorious Italia:: armies before the retreat of the defeated enemy on in a maimer befitting the impor- women workers in the industrial cenChairman District 4. the armistice went into effect at troops, pressed from the west tance of the seven organizations, the ters, will be set forth. Urted War Work Campaign. Y. M. C. A., Ministers, priests, pastors, prelates, Y.. W. C. A., the NaI o'clock this afternoon, said an; by the 7th Army Corps and from tional CatholictheWar Council, the Jew- rabbis and other religious leaders of official dispatch today from the east bv the- 1st., fith and th ish Welfare Board, the War Camp every sect and denomination will bi .... , - -u lioine. This included all cap- Army Corps, determined yester Community Service, the American Li- represented on the platform on that The tured since the offensive began day the complete crumbling of brary Association and the Salvation day. Girls" "Victory Boys' and "VicArmy, and the great welfare work the tory will be reached through October 4. the Austrian front the Sunday Schools. stand for. On the afternoon of the same day. Every city and town In the state The soldiers of the once power'Prom the River Brenia to will be decorated with the posters am Sunday, November 10, a rally will be ful Austrian army, the dispatch sea the irresistible impetus of banners of each of the seven agencies held in every precinct in Kentucky at said, continued to tlee in disorder, the 12th, lOth and 8.h Army and countless banners, pennants aim which the activities of the seven great Since the offensive started sixty-- ! Corps pressed inexorably the lags will be carried by the paraders. organizations of the United War Work In iintny will be set forth divisions enemy retreating across the plain ler way of the towns plans are uu Campaignare qualified to tell by speakthree Austro-Hungaria- n the story to have the United War Work ers who were put out of combat by fifty-on- e The Duke of Aosta is advancing Campaign parade held at night and of the work. At night on the same day United Italian divisions, three British rapidly at the head of his invinci- some brilliant programs have been mapped out to make the parade a ver Wtir Work Campaign rallies will be and twoFrench divisions, with ble Third Army, anxious to respectacular event. held in every county in the state witn Czecho-Slova- k units and an turn to the old position which he Owensboro and Hodgenville are go two speakers at each rally who will had once heroically conquered. !ng into their parade program on an tell of the far reaching effect of the American regiment. a "The Alustro- - Hungarian army elaborate scale and the citizens of all work of the seven agencies. Hun"The war against Austria These county rallies will be held in denominations and creeds will unit gary, which was commanded of is destroyed. It has suffered in carrying out the spirit of the join: each county seat and in counties where there are towns of good size a rally his majesty, the King of Italy, heavy losses in the tenacious re- drive. The Louisville parade will be put on will be held in each town. with an army inferior in number sistance during the tirst days of at night Every man, woman and child In and thousands of participants and with still inferior means since the offensive, and in the pursuit will march. The colored people are Kentucky will be made familiar with the 4th of May, I915, lias comej it lost an enormous quantity of working earnestly and enthusiastically .the. wonderful story of the workof the Gem E. H. Woods. Pageville, Ky to help put the United War Work Cam seven organizations en "AH Faiths to an end,'' said the dispatch. material and artillery. Chairman District 5. will have "In Albania our advance guards paign over and theythe parades.a larg LEay." United War Work Campaign. "With unshakable faith and representation in In camps and cantonments in the In addition to the seveu organizavalor the Italians army have occupied jiSculari." tions mentioned there will be sections United States and overseas there are waged a continious and hard war of Victory Boys and Victory .Girls, and 812 libraries, and 1,547 branches confor a period of forty one months one of the students, who are amen.. taining more' than 3,600,000 books and and won the stupendous battle the most enthusiastic workers in the .VKXtOOO. copies of periodicals. There are 2o0 additional libraries on the united dnve. iJuatSfc"begun the 4th of October, and For Infants and Children While the inrlueato eptfeJtaflNflh40" ships of our fighting fleets and merin which were engaged in their .erfered somewhat witrtheSheral chant marine, and the number should In entirety all the lesources of the Always parade program In the state, inaantueji be vastly increased. The American Libears .is many have, been prevented from brary Association is- one of the seven enemy. the entering into the preliminary arrange- organizations in the United War Work "So far the enemy has left in Signature of ments, the fact, that crowds may gath- Campaign... and its quota will be de NMiLi" wit i" our hands 300,000 prisoners arid er It possible for voted to .supplying our soldier boyv ihnost every community to put on a and munition workers with books am! not less than 5,000 guns. The periodicals. A great work th or ii'ss.iaoarttie-.pnsgrs9njii.s- "Our own Yanks " have started them whistling. Let's back them up by subscribing to the Fourth Liberty Loan SUBSCRIPTION THE War Work Campaign. ihese mass meetings will be ad uirMii uv prominnit speakers wiei will set forih the activities of the Y M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Cathode War Council, the Jewish Wei fare l&oard, the War Camp Communis Service, the American Library Asso ciation and the Salvation Army, the seven organizations which are provid ing phys'cal, mental and moral help to our soldiers overseas and in the camps in this country as well as doing a Mighty work in providing needed com .fort for the several millions of women and jrirl munition workers both in th. United States and in France. Duriug the week of November 3 t 10 there will also be a series of bus ness men's conferences held under th auspices of the Commercial, Rotar. and Kiwanis Cluls of every city o 5,000 or more inhabitants in the state These conferences will be addresse by prominent and successful busines men who have acquainted themselve: thoroughly with the work of the sevet organizations and who appreciate tht Imperative necessity for continuing and increasing the activities. Many of the men who will addres the meetings are fathers or close relt tives of boys who are serving i. France and who have learned directiv through letters from the boys at th froht, of the incalculable help all ttu seven organizations is rendering tie soldiers every day. SI. C. A.. Hie Y. Y. C A. p.iign ihe the National Catholic V.iir Council the Jewish Welfare r.oard, the Wai Camp Continuity Service, the Ajnov lean Library Association and the Sa! ration Army. County Court Day. even in times p peace, is an occasion for mm Ii aetivit.-in the gathering together of the farm ers of the district, but on "IVrshir Day," with the word of ihe war 0 the lips of everybody, great zest an patriot. in will be added to the BOW buzz and hum of Coart Diy by ban druls of speakers who will lift the; voices in the inter' st of the Un'te War Work Campa'gH wii'le I be nm' Residents are gathered tog. ti; r aronn the coun'.y eoirt houses or in othei sections of the towns It is a tttlghty o;t;i irti'.iiity to bring the importance of the work of the seven agei;c.es before the farmers to pans the endorsement of Gen. Pendens right along, and to bring home the !:i negative m cesalty for not only enutinu ing the war welfare work, btH of ex tending the scepe of the activities of the seven organisations, Bpeakees will be supplied for each of the thirty counties which hold court on "Pershing Day,'' no lew than six speakers being assigned to each town ISO tanner who comes to town to trade will escape hearing the wand r-ful story of the g ed be ng wroi ,"ht by the war work ;g. ncirs and so i n thuscd that he will carry the word back to his own fireside to share it with his family. It is a marvelous story, growing in greatness all the time, iti.d it bears the stamp of the white seal of truth ami high ideals, splendidly carried out in the United States and Overseas. . te Take no chance At Mt. . A Good- - Solid Banking 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 PEOPLES BANK Vernon Deposit your monev in the -- I BANK WITH US Peoples Bank m You Will Be S Pleased suitings and man of fash- . ,. a m with the perfect fit of your suit, the quality "feel" of the cloth and its indiitlual design when order d from United States Tailoring Co. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Their line is 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. "ALL FAITHS" DAY IN BIG WAR WORK DRIVE On Sunday, November 10, Churches of Every Denomination in Kentucky Will Hold Special Services. Tailored to no mistakes. Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead Bank of Mt. Vernon Austria Surrenders j Lee Birk, Owensboro, Ky. Chairman District 3. United War Work Campaign. White L. Moss, Pineville, Ky, Chairman District 17. United War Work Campaign. -- t'e - John E. Brown, Shelbyville, Ky., Chairman District 10. United War Work Campaign. H. A. Power, Paris, Ky., Chairman District 13. United War Work Campaign. awL CASTOR IA Use For Over 30 Years (Z? I - -- f r. : al -- h a a r y CHAMBERLAIN'S .COUGH REMEDY. Do not imagine that becausa other cough medicines failed to ' 'ii give you relief that it will-b- e the same with Chamber Jain's Cough Remedy Bear in mind that from a small beginning this remedy has gained a world wide rep utation and immense sale. A medicine must have exceptional EMBALM! merit to win esteem wherever it UNDERTAKER anrff becomes known. KY. 1 J. I mcCLARY W 1 ? Wf." -- ' Clinaren Uff FLETCHER'S FOR HP M ,', A3TORI A ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W C C. William Kr$MH , - MT VEENON,KY 1 ' ' ' OFFICE.- - On acd. floor of Bank of Mt. Vernon, onj Church St. Special atten tion given collections. PNoNB 80 ' T H. 8. McElroy, Lebanon, Ky Chairman District 7. - STANFORD, United War Work Campaign. P. Ernst, Covington, Ky., Chairman District 11. United War Work Campaign. R. Dr. S. P. Fetter, Ashland. Ky, Chairman District 19. United War Work Campaign.