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Mount Vernon signal: November 8, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918110802_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 8, 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. -'- .- n ni WJ PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY- - m t Imam MT. VERNON, Sfitri Germany's Surrender Expected The Gorman dolcgatlon charged to concludo an armistice and to open negotiations havo arrived at the Allied front. Inasmuch as Germany's surrender must come before many weeks, the good No. news of an unconditional sur- No. render is momentarily expected. No. U.S. Senator pnncwcT u ESTABLISHED X887 - VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYJ, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1918 NUMBER 7 OFFICIAL VOTE Tuesday's Election In Rockcastle Congress Road Tax StockI,aw 2 w 59 J m. i a (5 .2 4 m I K S 136 160 106 130 7.1 m . ? East Mt Vernon. West Mt Vernon. 60 95 23 16 12 short or tall Clothsraft Clothes are built for all. Every seam has science tailored into it. And the price tits every purse. Slim or stout, nJHBiHHHBiir A 1 '"PBJKwBliBlill A 'Jb RnT ? Ntf &' C K I BUIHH1 n r 5 mwm'iiWffl9tm ,mr ii. jourrrey on the eleventn day" af Conway No Scaffold Cane No. Crooked Creek .. No. 6 Orlando 7 Livingston Writes From Oklahoma No. 8 Walnut Grove . No. No. Brown Gushing, Okla., Nov. 3. I9I8. No. 9 South Brodhead. 10 Mr. E. S. Albright, No. 1 1 Powers Mt. Vernon, Ky. No. 12 Pine Hill Dear Edgar: No. 13 Wildie As I do not have anything to No. i4 Red Hill do this beautiful Sunday morning, No. is North Brodhead. will write you. If you have space in the Signal you may publish it if you care to do so, that Majority. our manv friends there may know how we are. dress will be Cushin?, 140 163 106 133 77 64 fc 58 i 3 83 V 89 23 16 11 60 116 85 102 7 27 55 1 nt 21 53 83 T.J.PENNINGTON 27 72 36 51 3 61 47 74 40 46 '45 92 94 5i 31 81 83 5 M3 32 85 83 4 90 90 33 69 57 91 no 127 10 94 23 29 64 58 23 754 '35 72 58 92 80 83 30 37 8 55 3" 38 8 85 43 32 32 54 79 84 '4 954 200 627 1539 912 610 1502 892 Okla. yesterday," said LARGEST STOCK r ifri IN TOWN SUTTON &McBEE MT. VERNON Huns Must Pay Huge Indemnity President's correspondence with the German authorities, in which those Govern monts "declare their willingness to make peace with the Government of Germany" in accord with the President's programme, subject to these qualifications: Kesorvatlon to themselves of complete freedom of action In the peace conference on the question De- of tbo freedom of the seas, and Compensation The specific understanding that struction of Cities and by restoration of invaded territories is meant that "compensation Ships Demanded will be made by Germany for all damage done to tho civilian popuBy Allies lations of the Allies and their property by the aggi osion of GerTRUCE TERMS AGREED UPON many by land, by sea and from the air." Washington, Nov. 6 Germany The President, Germany is in- can have peace on the terms and mlncinlea enunciated hv Presi. formsd, concurs in this last stipu dent Wilson, but it must pay an laon. wh,ch moans payment by enormous indemnity for tho wan Germany for cities, towns and ton destruction wrought, by, its couutrysides laid waste or for ships sunk by subforces on land, on sea and'iu the marines and raiders and of indemair. The German government is so nities to the families and depeninformed in a note from Secretary dents of oivilians Killed or carried off in violation of the recognized Lansing now on its wayto'-Boilinannounces that rules of warfare and which also Terms of tho armistice may not Marshal Fochhus been authorized by the Governments of the United j bo made public until their accop States aud tho Allies "to receive tance or rejection by Germany, properly accredited representa- but jt can bo stated authoritatively tives of the Gorman Government that they aro no less drastio than and to communicate to them tho those imposed upon Austria.whieh terms of the armistice" under have been interpreted by military which hostilities can be brought men here, both Alliod and can, as nothing short of abject to an end. Secretary Lansing's notequotes surrender." a "memorandum of observations" Germany's spokesmen already by the Allied Governments on the havo acquiesced in the terms and For Damages For principles as laid down by President Wilson. By accepting tho armistice they agreo in advance to the qualifications made by the Allies, and consequently much of the real work of tho peace conference will have been completed .. .In nla.n..n ...Ill ruum.u ... """'""; iUC" President's the application of tho programme and decis.cn as to the freedom of tho seas, but the terms of the armistice will leave no room or doubt of the ability of the Allied and American Gov- ernmeuts to impose thoir terms While awaiting the approach o vtw uiiiisauuco ivjuiatiai Focn, mllitury men here believe, has opened the decisive battle of fPU-1 viui-iiiut- I 'rth iuu ui. n.isiuji..euiuiieuuUCMVU is tho rout or destruction ol tho Gorman armies holdiug a stretch of moro than 200 miles of battle-lin- e in tho vory centtr of the front of Franco. It is from this dam-damage- menace that tho Germans are seeking to escape in the great retreat reported last night from London. ABOUT CROUP. . If your children are subject to croup, or if ,'you have reason to SL!"lt.el!LaSCk!yt,m.t --.- ..-. Z'rt:M.&.Z.JL study w-,.. I v,UUKu Remedy and ::t you Ameri-'.cours- e to pursue. This is a lav- onto and vory successful remedy for oroup, and it is important that you observe tbe directions r:,: ,:: what (oxactly .ri ", the directions . 'Tho to amount to anything except Mt. Vernon and Rcokcastle Coun Supreme War Council in session the rain on Monday night. We ty, whicb place I oxpect some at Versailles desires to co operwere about 35 or 4o mites out of day to again be a citizen. I 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, tho first one I have as far as possible of food and We wero some distance from any had. other supplies necessary for tho house, so it was up to us to huslivrfj of tho civilian population of Best regards to all, tle to the car tho best way wo Yours very truly, thoso countries." could. And to make bad mat. T. J. Pennington. GREATLY BENEFITED BY ters worso, we had played the part of tbe foolish Virgin, had DEFEATED NATIONS (T0 BE CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS no oil in our lamp, but wo got QUPfLIED FOOD BY U. S. "I am thankful for the good I there just the same. The next Washington, Nov. 5. The Al have received by using Cham ber- I thing the dust had tuined jto lied and American Governments lain's Tablets. About two years aud jand' believe me thp. Kansas are to witlr AUstrja. ago when'I began- - taking- - them!' is sure slick. We made Hungary. Bulgaria and Turkey was suffering a great deal from mud very poor time the next two in furnishing food and .supplies distress after eating, and from days in fact tho remainder of for the suffering civilian popula headacho and a tired, languid the trip. We traveled thru some tions of those countries. This feeling due to in digestion and a s fine country and also thru some decision was reached b tho Ver torpid liver. Chamberlain's very poor country, with the ex- sailles conferees yesterday, Presithese disorders in correctod ception of Indiana. Corn crops dent Wilson was advised y a short time, and since taking generally, are poor and not any- by Col. E. M. House. two bottles of them my health thing extra thru Indiana. Wheat has been good," writes Mrs, M. "At the conclusion of the seems to be generally good, of tho Supremo War Council P. Harwood, Auburn, is. Y. 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 lino looking country; not so much right thru this section, tho land don't look very productive around here but u few miles out on the your can ship and get a square deal river, it is good, but old Ken- and Right Price. tucky as a whole, is as good as is a town of eight any. Cushing or nine thousand population, something like a milo or two Streets laid off Results and Majorities square..East, West, Northin city and style, Some vory fine houses of Kentucky Candidates South. C. V. Or.iciMft. Tnaniih tnniit.nn 51 ' iW. and somo jjthe iov rso. EveryScc''' thing is heated by natural gas; UNITED STATES .SENATOR. W. R. GOTT, formerly ot Lancaster is with us. Majority have both electric and km lights. Candidate Gov. A. O. Stanlov(Dem) 7,170 Fivo or six big Refineries just Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. OLlLCKENfS. out of town but no wells very REPRESENTATIVES, TURKEYS mid RAIiBITS iu season. close. Each refinery represents Frst DIatplot Albeu w. COOPS AND EUG CASES FURNISHED OUR SHIPPERS an outlay of thousands of dollars. BarkloyC,D) io,,o3 am at present working for Reference: Pearl National Bank, Cincinnati, Ohio I , Secoad DistrictDavid H. tho Cousumers Refilling Co., as a 666 Klncheloe (D) laborer at 5 cts per hour eight TWrd Dhtro bwt y , c,8 hours por day. Carpenter work is dull here on account of BeQ II Dht restrictions on building JohuSon (D) lfi&3 material. I haven't fully decided V Fifth Distrct-Char- les yet as to whether I will stay heio order will be Tfl Q Ogden (R) 1,084 or not. Work is a little slack IL IU 11 PI sixlh District ArthurB. mailed to you and hero to what it has been but it Rouse (D) 6,097 is that way overy whore only on receive our careful Seventh District J Camp. Government work. I am going boll Cantrjll (D) 7,005 attention if you cannot visit our store. out this evening to look about u Eighth District Harvey one toMiit farm. If I can rent Helm (D) 1,467 mo probably may farm next year. have a complete line of Ninth District W. J. y We havo had considorublo rain Fields (D) 4.195 in Silk Fiber and Wool; since I came here; weather warm, Tenth District - John W. bad a light frost Friday morning. Lungloy(It) 5,219 and 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 tho number of deaths, COURT OF APPEALS. Dress Goods in Silks, Serges, Suiting but a number of tbem. Wo have First District JudgoGus escaped so far. It seems to all and Ginghams ; Gloves galore ; Thomas (D) 10,000 bo be under control. Distric- t:- Judge Second Flannels and Wool Flannels. I reeret very much to hear of Waer E.Sottle (D). . . . 2, OOO tho sickness and deaths in Mt 1(.0Urlh Dlstr ct Hustin .q. Vernon and Rockcastle. Makes nnt n mo feel liko I would liko to bo Di8trict-jud- go B Em. back and see them all, altho I est S. CJark (D) . , Unopposed am not one bit hoinebick, don't know how soon I will bo. I havo written all 1 know and no FLETCHER' doubt more than you care to (Oi sz bother with. My post office ad itsBLxxr-T-r-?xxix- ter starting. We had no trouble best wishes are for the people of tho same was adopted: mmm m IS mmmmmMfmfmsmmmss'. to the post office for mail. My tion in the following sense and 'S' Col. House's SL Tab-lot- to-da- I Why Sell Your Produce AT HOME SHIP TO When A.D.COATESCO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Walnut Street CINCINNATI, O. Gov-emine- nt KETZXTT t URITF gIXt IXZZSK UJ Your We ft TOQUES UNDERWEAR 0 SWEATERS Outing , Our stock is complete Buy Early i JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD CASTOHIi xi?j?m v tiscuassiarsajsacb- - -- Jo'1l'WUwt-WMBwi;: . .' .. r. Wfuaii lfafiMFrNiWniiaf " n Iiiumj "A " UniH m' mi mi M. Vernon Friday, bignalltaonot, iintl ulx am, coiiilili; nb'o personal property T iatWTWf.WWWWwwww-.'w... V . ,VWWVVW"WVWwvv ::::;: j : : ! j : : :.: : : : : : : j i.'i)ut)i6i)tB(iia3i4ri,nin9e(i4'i4eee T T V s : TTrrTTTTTTTT?,; 5:: 1 57 Z T TT .T TT? " ?S : - inpn i Nov 8, 1918 Publislud cvn y Ftiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. unscRirfioN onk ykar Advertising $1.0 on tates mace known application QUICK ACTION LIKKlA". Now tlmt llic Rorlin ilek'RiUltin "to conclude nn imnistico'' with Marshal Foch was admilcd to the presence of tho (.rent Captain pt day break today, it is likoly th.it wo shall heir vastly important tidings within a short timo. The mird of the public is very definitely made up as to what action the delegation will take when the Generalissimo has stated his vieas upon n cessation of hostilities. The peoplu are in possession of a ckar notion of what will bo demanded and they are willing to whisper their holier as to the outcome in quiet corners, although they are a trifle too to bo .shouting their housetops opinions from the just ot. Washington is inclined to question the authority with which the Oerniaii delegation is clothed. This is merely an academic point, however, as we see it, since Marshal Foch's terms will call for definite performance; and if the German armies perforin according to the demand of the Generalissimo, con-scrati- he with d To his giau(Ul.uightr two handsome diamond rim-"- , worn by his wife duii g her I. ft tune, and to his gi .niKoti. handsome gold watch, a fiiini'x heirloom He dovised to Uanit O'Sullivan, of Louisville, $15 for preparing his biography an ffioo fjr the printing and publishing of yaine, together will some speeches, messages, uU He 1m tl while Governor. vised that two oil protraits himself, one t bo presented 111 hung in tho Richmond cou house gallery, and the other b be presented to the Iiastem Solum' State Normal These prtiMit- - were solicited b the .Judge and liar, and by Picm-deT. .1. Coates, for tho Nor mal School Govennr McCreary thauked God fjr health at the time he wrote his will and the many other blessings he had enjoyed at tho conclusion. Rich-inan- d 11 I 1 nt ..... '' ".;;' ? 'I'HK VRRUUN Nov. AM URIC iuiiey. A V I ' AtlMY NOUTHWHSTOl? t J! r w t...- - - r- I. mjrrr-"-" I ! H ..5. - w Baaaaaaaaatw .saaaaw Hflft Laaa JHF aaV .aaaaaa-w- BaPB sPaA fl H mS wB Hj PJW aaaaaaP aaak wK KB H sal B IAn BIHr jjh Register. TUKSDAYS RESULT. Smith. Democrat elected Gov ornor of New York. California elects a Republican governor. Gov. Stanley was clotted to tho U. S. Senate by about 7ooo ma jority. Karly last night a recapitulation of the results of Tuesday's election indicated that control of the senate will depend upon the results of the races in Michigan, aBaaaaaaaaBtBaaaaaaBawaaBaaaBaaaaaaaa A Victor Boy back of .every American 'fsghter'' ' . be asked; and no man will care upon whose uuthority tho per formance is completed, or whctlu er the German armies huvo any authority for surrendering their arms, munitions, transportation facilities; and marching back to their frontier virtually naked. Washington goes on to remark that Marshal Foch has terms that may seem harsh to the German, but which will admit of no argument. They must be accepted or rejected; and meanwhile it is taken for granted that the Field Marshal will maiutain his upon the beaten foe. It is most unlikely that 'any other thought is in bis mind. In fact, the procedure appears so obvious that it Is hardly worthy of mention. We h ivo seen with Jwhat force Gen. Diaz kept after his adversaries even after tho armistice has been agreed upon between Austria and Italy. There is no question that while the : r uistico is still under considera tion between Marshal Foch and tho German military command, the Hun will receive daily new" ohjtct lessons in' the beauty and di sirability of peace. ' l It is natural, moreover that Murshal Fedh should demand a quick acceptance or rejpetion of his armistice terms. Since there is no ground for argument over tho matter, the Generalissimo han every reason to bo unwilling to have the minds of his men dls. turbed by tho thought that talk is going on behind them. Do siJes, the situation is too clean-cu- t to admit of what is known as parley. The terms are ready; and in fact, it is almost unanimously bolicvcd that the Germans aae equally ready. A reply doubtless will be forthcoming very shortly. Louisville Times. GOV M'CRKARY'S LAST WILL The will of tho lato Governor James LL McCreary was read una offered for probate by Atty John Noland, in Judge Price's county court Monday. The will covered four pages of legal cap paper and was written by Gov. McCreary and was at tested by Mr. R. 13. Turloy, cashier of the State Dank & Trust Co , aud Col. N. 13. Deuthorago bis old Confederate companion aud lriend. Hoth men were present and gave 'their testimony. Mr. Robert McCreary, of Chicago, his only child, was nlso present He was named executor of the estate, which consists of consld Republican are considered cor Senators and tain of Inthe 'Democrats! of forty sb dications are that the Republicans The will control the House. figures early last night were: Republicans 23I; Democrats, 195; Socialists, 1; doubtful 5. Howard S. Cummings, acting chairman, of the Democratic National Com r mittee, claimed that the Demo crats would control the Senate and would organize the House. forty-seven All Boys under draft age who give $5.00, to the United WfWork Campaign.) are Victor Boys. Every Boy who receives 'FIVE others is an Ace. ' Each Victor Boy puts sunshine into the life an American Soldier LIVINGSTON Flu,! Fltil Flu P Yes, we have had the Flubut we are and at our post. Will try to give soaie of the news of our little town but will not attempt to try to tell who baa had that terrible disease called the Flu, as over half of the town has had a light or or severe attack. We have had several deaths from the disease in and near the town and all is not over yet. Near town on Gau-lo- y brancn there has been two deaths today, a small 'child ot one of the Milburns, and a snnll child of Leo Wagoner. The situation is gradually gotting better and it is to be hoped the dis ease will soon be blotted out. Dv$. Webb and Auiyx have been going night and day and doing all in their power to relieve the suffering. Mrs.. C. H.Rico left to day to visit lfer'rn'othor ih and wijl stay a few wec':s. Mrs. B.H. Griffin and little son. left today to join hor husband in New Jersey. He is with tho colors. S.IJ Hellurd, of Mt. Vernon, has moved back to our town. Undo Sidney says thcro is no phce like homo. I.W. Catlin has resigned as assistant agent hero and accepted tho agency at Highland Park. O. D. Bryant, of Mt. Vernon, is assistant agent here now. I. W. Catlin will move his family to Highland Park in a few days. C.A.Blanford, after a two month ret, is back at his old job, agent hero. Marion Smith has moved his titnily to tho Dr. R G Webb property on high street 15. C. Herd, who has had a severe cise of tho Flu, is able to louve Miss Mae Iivans is his room. helping iu the post ofllco this week. The election passed off quietly here ar.d if thore was any bug juice on hands, it was not the We believe tho lighting kind world is growing better, especially in this respect. The remedy that Dr.Roblus, of lirodhead, the patent medicino man, prescribed for us for tho Flu, may be all right, but wo wish to inform the Dr. that there is but two living things on earth that can stand his treatment aud they aro a negro aud a mule Well, after twelve days of tortnro with tho Flu we are up again, but not feeling as we once felt We are hero U shoot the harroon into our friend when he soars away on tho wings ot Imagination and visits some fur oil fulry land. We look to see our friend any day couio down the street calling ut every house 10 sell sumo of his grand Kpilep lical Asiutical Paucuncul Ner- up-aaPhllit-dejph- ia ,JN ... 22. AN 13 S.. D VICTOR HOTS , T IN 'ROCKCASTLE COUNTY II. T. YOUNG Chairman Viet'ir Hoys . ..... the largest of the towns delivered by the Americans, reflects the spirit of the ind'ciienoss by the Germ tin when Ihey aro forced to abandon a region they havo held for any considerable time. The town hr.d been almost wholly Gurmunirpd. French civilians had disappeared a long time ngr and tho slpns over the shops were nil in German. On the .streets and avenues such names as Wilhelmstrasse had been substituted for those in French Thero was evidence that the Germans .had carried on the usue al activities in the municipality, but with complete contempt for previous conditions and with a desire to wipe out anv sugges tion as to those who had formerly lived there. Their departure, however, was marked as in few other cases by u desiro to leave desolation behind them. From end to end the streets of tl o town and the houses reek with the stench of filth wilfully distributed. The place was a scene of loo!, wanton destruction and enfotilmeitt, but whether the work was carried out by order is not known. All such things as were portable nro gone from the town Hoaty furniture, including mahogany tables, waidrobes and piano- -, were broicen to bits and left in tho houses. Interior dec or.itfons were irreparably muti- TJted ' 1 Itwr not simply a garrison community the Germans ostab. lislied in Duzincy, although tho town recently was army head, quarters One of the houses bore .111 ii.scription indicating it was usul as a rest houso or club house for women. Iu a storo vote found magazines, many of them devoted to fashions. Today, forty eight hours its occupation. Buaacy is tho center of an Anieiican troop movement. The short streets are jammed with traffic of war and from the hill overlooking it and the hills, bo 'yond aro to 00 seen lines of rtuck trains, inarching infantry and moving artillery. Frcm the south unending supply trains ipprcmsh the citv along distant routes in order to jass through BuAincy. from thero to be diverted along the newly repaired roads to positions nearer the front. d C. C. COX Oil M 17) X a. i &&! Everyls m m mam .. has been called to the remarkable fuel saving secured with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Join now in the great army of satisfied users who have found relief from high fuel bills with the great fuel saving Coal prices are soaring why be a slave to an extravagant healing plant or stove that is a demon for fuel. f Hot BlaWH eater Burns cheapest coal clean and bright. Uscs7any fuel COLE'S Original Everybody is searching for a way to save fuel and food. Here's your opportunity to cut your coal bills square in half and &cii i a perfectly heated home as ;11. Investigate now. Our Store s Fuel Savers Headquarters. No. 112 itfiunuc 'bSoi CO mt. eSMtiftaaiifiti''i0o9Bfi vous Cordial, guaranteed to cure all diseases incident to humanity. Mr-.- . Hobert Griffin, and little sot;, of London, are visiting Mr. Griffin's parents, Mr.nud Mrs. G. S. Griffin, at this places-Jud- ge DR. WALTER I MT. V BUN ON, j'FOR FkESH Dentist U. G. Baker's Stors KENTUCKY Olllco Over No Mystery in Meat Some Cam Mullins, of Mt. .Vernon, was in our town MondayAIrs Neal IParrot, of M,tj Vernon, has been " visitftitf her daughter, Mrs. Will I.angford. Mrs. Thomas Farley. a who has been quite sick-fo- r while, remains -- very low. Mrs. N. H. Oliver, who' his' been quite Judge sick is much ifnprovod Summers, W. N. Uigg. Nolley Groceries -' ' -- - p- - Well lifted ! 3 Rose, J.W.Hughes, J. L Pickett, On Cookstiiug Road G. G Sowder, J.R. Ball, Kmmitt Quiun.wMcMartin and J.W Baker. IsaKJZsssiJsvammtmmma Jr., all arerable to leave their Arbuckle Coffee Our old friend Hicks rooms. .says ho" has a surprise in storo for all of his friends. Ho savs' after hunthig for ton years for a life time partner, success at last has crowned his efforts, but that ho will keep tho namo siiictly to PROPERLY FITTED himself untjl th day hoin'endsj, B GLASSES to surprise the world. Iios, get w AT THE III GUT TIME old bc)ls and burns, and rat your is of tie traps rl.tdy. Wo will shake . Greatest IinpoHnnco, the mud sills of his domicile wliun If i our eji's nrt showing any dewe charivari htm nee now U timo lj MILES EAST (ORLANDO confuses many. Because their imaginations are not geared up to scale, they believe there must be magic in it faomewhere some weird power. Swift & 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 & are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing business. The mere size of Swift & Company that they have to be explained again and again. When things things are so simple 23c I B B HHS waste no chances to be taken so mother sees that there is always a can of there When company comes is no time to fects the to DEBTS NoU-8- , COLLECTED DR. MOORL:, k.o lluil'lui!.', The Optician Mt. Vernon, K5. CALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies, dough nuts, muffins and all Rood things to eat must be dressed up in Claims ot all UtniK Accounts, collected anywhere in the world. No clmrges unload we collect. Reference: P.irmui-National Hank. Write us. Niy's Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. a Office: Room 7 Mauonic HUg. 8,-j- CASTORI Children" 0y rUK FLETCHER'S their best taste and looks. uji erablo property, including much real estate, in this city, bank stock, a plantation in Florida money in bank, goveruiueut Gov. bonds, etc. McCreary willtd to his son the Florida plantation, his lute resident in Richmond, a brick residence ud joining tho postoflicu, and much other valuable property and money, lie left to his grundsou, Lieut. Robert McCreary now with the Ainericuti torces in Pi mice, and gruiiddautjliter. Mrs Uurriet Gay, of Fuetto county, real estate iu tit ih 1 Mrs. M. S. Davis, 1607 1 10th Ave., N. Nashville, Tenn., writes: "Atter halnir been a constant ufferer from catarrh fur more jrara than luruty every and attur try- uuver rviueur inic nimoi ttaeil, and havlnt; lout ull liojitf I very reluctantly beKun the use of l'eruii.i ubuut two years uko. 1 look iiiuuiirr Kverybudy a uow llinu I did ntruly rara uisu, and 1 uituully feel younger und better, und elKl more. I urn recommending- - li to my neluh-bound ull with whom I roiue in contact." laid Uirrynhtre rs Then, too, her reputation as a cook must be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet ctwylime. She knows it will not disappoint her. Order a can and have tho "company" kind of bakings aery day. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S.,Food Authorities. You it wntB to buy It. Yoa itT wtta jroa u 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 & Company amount to less than one cent per pound on all meats and less than of a cent on beef. one-fourt- h upon conditions which Swift Keep Your Pledge Mako Good for Our Fighting MADE ME BUY WAR . SAVINGS STAMPS Men WELL I.liuld or Tublet Form Swift & Company, U.S. A. SUBSCRIBE FOR SIGNAL (I SEwhh iim ' "H " "I ' -- - Mt. Vernon Signal Mt. Vernon Ky, Nov. -- yz-j 1 rtfrrrirfi--- ifffffffffffffffffffffffff1 ,-- --.j.i- -v-- ir-Tiri. 8, 1918 up ott wntnnf. toCommunl. . wltl HIONA.L, No. 79" a .46MS LOUItVlllI 4 NMHVIU.C R. R. Co. TIMK TABLE. C- - ncrtn north south South 4.r7 p m 8:35 a m 12:35 p m 12:45 am 24 528 21 as. Iandrum, Agent. kv Phone No. 8. Unlered st the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poito'Bc itcond-ciiu- i mail matter. PEltHONAL I. R. Taj lor will aniily to London. movo his MissTovisBethurum will leave Bm; Uv Sunday for Danville to resume her studies. James Matot caino ovor from WmcLostcr Sunday and spent a wedding reception. Mr. and the night. County, I am hereby issuing Mrs. Parsons will live in ColumBc.ss and Ida Hamlin an order to all teachers of the Food Administration Mioses 1 i J bus for a lime and later go to ::: ti. it :: it t wero in Livingston Tuesduy be- county to como to Mt. Vernon The ban has been lifted on Chicago to reside. Columbus on Tuesday afternoon, at one mill feeds. They can now tween tn ins. a be Richard Cox, Homer Proctor o'clock for a very important feed to any stock or poultry. Journal. and Milton Moore have returned meeting, and you are also re- Three pounds of sugar can now Frankfort, Ky., Nov. HOW'S THIS? quested to bring your trustee. be bought for each member of to Lexington. Henry F. Rhodes, chiel of the Ah schools are not in session and We offer Ono .Hundred Dollars tho family, for each thirty days. Mrs I'eto Cummins, of near selective service department, to teochers are receiving their reg- The months allowance can all be Reward for- any caso of Catarrh day Sand Springs, who has been very 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 sick with the flu, is better. 14,125 white men to bo sent as an order and not as a request. chant keeps record of number Catarrh Mediciuo. to Camp Beauregard, La., and Dave Robinson, who has a Vfif Alirtrk Tnitia C S. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has -...J "" "''""?i " ! ..,..:..., -..T .XlP , fajnjly and amount of ,sugar 1'Ateen trtittsr itzjai4adisx&icar3-- l Camp Greenleaf,4 Ga., during . Vi..18'K!'.'.lJ ttM&.1X5?ZivgiV" imm(.ij.l."'l'""'' l.l NrSverntf&f aergeani uooeri m. vjmiciress sold, just "us before; the meqghbp-iis at nome lor a iow uays. o. years, and dncipd into service ?.W7 Will be for the past thirty-fivof Camp Meade, Md.. Joe Child H. T. YOUNG Mrs. Fanny Adams haSBrc has become known as the most Kockcas tie County from the registration of Septemreis, dispatcher, Louisville; Geo. turned from a visit to Judge and Childress, of Hamilton, Ohio, all reliable remedy tor Catarrh. bar Food Administrator 12. Mrs. B J. Bethurum at Soafttrset. brothers of Dr. W. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts Under the Mt. Vernor, Ky. J. Childress, call for white thru the Blood on the Mucous men physically qualified5,577 genMr. P. Q Griffin, who has boon a sister. M rs. Minnie Andersen for Mr. H. J. Mullins, agtj 74 , a life surfaces, expelling the Poison very sick for several days, is and attractive daughter Miss eral military service service to be confined to Muttyo Chesnut, of Mt. Vernon, long and highly respected citizen from tho Blood and healing tho sent to Camp Beauregard. some better but yet Major of Rockcastle county and Civil diseased portions. his room. camo over Thursday and spent War veteran died st 8 o'clock this Rhodes called on the local boards After you have taken Hall's of the various counties for the Halph Griftin came in from the day with Dr. Childress and morning at the home of his son, Catarrh Medicine for a short time following Danville Saturday night. He is family. Sergeant Childress is cumber of men: Frank Mullins, of Bright's dis you will see a great improvement .still suffering from a severe at- making his last visit before goRockcastle 20. Rockcastle is ease. For sevpral months he in your general health. Start also asked to send 80 men to tack of the flu. ing overseas, having as it wero a had been on the declino but the taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerron family reunion and bidding good- last few weeks, it has been a Camp Greenleaf, Ga., Nov. t8th once and get rid of catarrh Send to Nov. will leave for Floral City, Fla., bye to our soldier boy- .- I. J. 23rd. rapid give away. He leaves five for testimonials, free. j by tho middlo of tho month to sons, Will, Franlr and Chris, of 'FLU. F. J. Cheney & spend the winter. Most all tho Flu patients in Mt. Mt. Vornon, Edgar and Grant are Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c.' Misses Ethel Davis and Maggie Vernon'who were sick last week, withjhe colors and one daughter, Mrs. U. G. Baker. He will be HAPPINESS SAYS; I ones will leave to morrow morn- aro out this. laid to rest beside his wife who ing for Indianapolis to take govIt seems that flu is about over preceded him to the grave less ernment positions. aKxL in Mt. Vernon. Tbe only now To farmers in Central and SouthMr. and Mrs. Stovo Carpenter, cases reported this week are than a vear ago. at 2:30 tomorrow JAimlf ern Kentucky at a low rate of in afternoon in Elmwood cemetery. who have mado Danville their Mrs. Robert Cox and two of asy .jo .j4fc? 'CunJ. flmtAku terest. with theand attractive pay rehome for the past year, have their children. They aro doing privilege of paying ments USE turned to Mt. Vernon. off all or any part of loan at any nicely. lI- time. Miss Christine McFerron will " Stephen Proctor is "reported We will help you pay for all the go to Godwin, N. C, as soon as to bo very sick with iufluenza. c,en"neM protect farm land you wish to buy. If the Flu ban is lifted, to accept a local chapter has just to Tho uLLJ yof ch"d'B Miss Julia Davis is very sick you are in debt or need monev to asDomestic ;Science wltn influenza. position ceived a supply of cartons to be TOUWeu.? while at school. retire your lew notes wo would re Sold by Mrs. R. A. SPARKS teacher. gifts glad to explain. It is no troublo to spot "flues' ' used in sending Christmas packto our boys oversea. All Mrs. ft. E. Thompson and Mrs they all show it. ages sent for our soldier boys $63E3C9e3eCSeDic9i Bragg Thompson, of Crab OrTudge Cam Mullins requests us must be sent by November 20th, DISTRICT MANAGER chard, have been visitors at the b. W. BETHURUtt to" say that as tho Flu is about and must be sent by tho Red Farm Loan Department Union W. M. home of Mr. and Mrs. ATTORNEY AT LAW Central Life Insurance Co.over; that the bringing of whiskey Cross in these cartons above MT VERNON, RV. lJoy titer, during the week. int tho county must stop. No mentioned. None must weigh 802 Security Trust Bldg., LexingWill practice in all the courts.! CapL E. B. Thompson is at more wbiskpy is needed for Flu . ot&c on cnurcb Street ton, Kentucky home Uump Wheelor, medicine and the Sheriff, Jailer over three pounds and no perish from yrpc&oc&- able good can bo sent. Those Atlanta, Ga., on a fbw days and Marshal have been instructed before sailing, which he to arrest all parties caught who have packages to send are earnestly requested FOR FLETCHEiM to bring FOR FiErCiKrVC expects to bo ubout October 25. bringing in whiskey. Many gal them to Red Cross room at 1 Mrs. S B. McKonzie and child- lons hnvo been brought hero in o'clock Tuesday afternoon in ren are with her parents, Mr. th: last month, which was not order to get as many started at ENOS SPENCER. PtmMmI and Mrs G. C. Fih. Mr. McKen-zi- needed or even intended for flu once as possible. All packages CIIAS. C. IIAHHIS. Vk r.Msl K. U. UNUSEV, Scrt ur? camo up with them aud was patients. Some took advantage bo delivered to Red Cross must hero Wednesday between trains of tho situation but tbe lid is, go- room before Nov. 20. L .Mr. and Mrs. William Miller, on as tight as ever, and this IN MEMORY. of Bridgeport, Ind , havo re- warning should bo heeded before In loving memory of our dear turned to their homo after a lew it is too lato. darling Elizabeth which the P Q. days visit to Mr. and Mrs. deatn angel claimed as a victim. DEATHS. Griffin and othor Rockcastle relaINCORPORATED INSTITUTION Of LEARNING A REGULARLY 4 LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The death toll from Influenza Sho was 2 years aud months of 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Potoffice tives. dis- ago. Short services were hold Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service Bernard Franklin is spending a is still heavy in the rural re- at the home by Rev. Yottng after positions. AH who desire to qualify for either or both lines of week or two with uncle and auut, tricts of the county. Deaths which sho was laid to rest in tho employment should write for full information at once. ported siuco last week. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bell, and his Livesay grave yard near tbo Mat Bowles, living on tho Fast grandmother, Mrs GeorgiaFrank-lin- , home. Elizabeth was a precious at 154 South Limestone, Lex- side of tho county lost three ono in our home playing and childron; 'John Bowles lost his plucking tho flowers, ington, Ky. but her daughter, wife and grown daughter, and dear Master called for her, and Buck Cummins and old Miss Gortio. came down from Tom Bowles Jr , lot a 7 year Mr. Marion Holcomb. of Nancy, Ky., ays: "For quit she is now resting in tbo arms of son. Tho three families live in a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would Corbin Wednesday to spend a where no sin nor sorrow six Jesus, have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals. 1 most few days with relatives in tho tho same neighborhood; tho can ever enter. Wo cannot call disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with posi- deaths occurred Wednesday and hor back but havo tho assurance county. Buck has a good butter, oil or grease, I would spU It up. 1 began to havt tho six tion with the L. & N. at that Wednesday night and regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, kg of moeting her in tho great beburials took place yesterday at yond where we will never havo to after a course of these, 1 would bt constipated. It lm place. the samo graveyard. seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found ther wist We wish to part no more. no good at all for my trouble. I ntard LOCAL child of Mr. and Mrs. Dock thank our friends for their lovA i Wednesday night. ing kindness during the XHEDFOID'S last Wantkd: To trade a team of Clifford died This is the second child which hours hours of hor life. a vear old horse mules and a Mu. and Mrs. Ernest Clark team of mares 6 and 7 years old they havo lost. A small child of Mr. nnd Mrs. AND HAMILY. to two Ford automobiles. ht Shafer died at Brodhead. Seo or write, N. T. Gutman, SLEEP AND REST. Henry Treadway's child died Crab Orchard R. 3. One of tbe most common causes Monday. Nov. t. recommended very highly, so began (0 use L It cured Mrs. Will McCollum, of Liv- of insomnia and restlessness is For .Sale: 10 acres more or ingston, was a victim me. I keep it In the house all the time. It is the best indigestion. Take one of Cham, liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or less, fairly good house, good barn Tho two year old child of Mr. borlaln's Tablets immediately acts oa stomach trouble any more." and smoko house. 2 running after supper and see if you do aud Mrs. Ernest Clark. the jaded liver and helps it to do its Important werk of spriucrs. one never fail, half throwing out waste materials and poisons from tic syssmall child of Mr. and Mrs. not rest better and sleep better. ncrejn garden with now paling A tem. This medicine should be In every household for They only cost a quarter. Dannio Mullins. fence. Located yi miles from use in time of need. Oet a package today. If you feci Mart Milburn lost a mall For Sale: A good team of sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tocourt bouse on Hansford road. Livings-ton- . morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. horses, wagon and harness or Will sell at a bargain If sold at child. Milburn lives at will sell ono or both soporately. once. ONE CENT A DOS! UN See W. T. Davis, Mt. Veruon, B. Wagner of Livingston lost A. C. SOWDBR, Ky. a child. Mt Vornon, Ky. Rcckcastlo will send 20 mon to notice: All porsons having In St. Patrick's fectory at 7 La , bctweon claims against W. H. Krcuger, o'clock, Monday ovuuiug, Rov. ' deceased, will please present Father T. L. Crowley officiated samo ptoporly proven, and those at tho marriago of Miss Mary FOK HUNT. indebted to said rmt? nio asked Elizabeth Peacocke. 2o9 fourth 8 room liouso, with two lnrge to make ptompt settlement. Washington avcniio. to Mr. Wil halls, fino garden, largo chicken liam R Parsons of Wildle, KenF. KreugtiR Sk , Admr. run, two pasture lots. Formerly tucky, for the past year stationed occupied by Mrs. Mary E. WilTho road tax lost. D54 voted at the Columbus barracks as a No and 754 Yes. We have no liams. telegrapher. The brido is the criticism to offer as to how any K. G. Williams. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John man voted, but we would like to Owners of dogj should bear in know tho reason why any man N. Peacocke hor father being a mind that the now dog law com- would object to tho State giving captain in the Columbus Rcsorvo pels all dogs to be tagedln 191O. the County about $24,000 a year Corps. Miss Margaret Gorman Those who have listed dogs for roads, when it does not cot was maid of honor for tho brido should apply to County Court tho taxpayers of the county ono and Mr. John Kelly of tho barracks, was Mr. Parsons' best Clork Bowman kand get a tag. penny to get it. man. Tho bride wore a suit of He has received tags and will bo Schools will not open for taupo panne velvet with trimto lurnlsn to those wantgiau anocher week. At Mt. Vernon mings of beaver tur, a taupe veling them. and Brodhead and with some of vet bat, oruamented with silver The Gorman mission that left the rural schools, conditions aro lace and a corsage of bride's Berlin, according to official an- such that the schools could pos- roses. Miss Gorman's suit was nouncement, for the western front sibly open with safety, yet the dark blue satin, her hat was made to "conclude an armistice and to Health Board does not want to of dark blue georgette and her begin peace negotiations, has take any chances, and for that flowers were pink buds in a correached allied lints. Reports reason nono of the schools, show sage boquet. Tho bride's parfrom Germany are that tho Ger houses, or churches will open ents entertained the bride and man press is bitter over tho terms this week. If conditions continue bridegroom and the two attendof the armistice with Austria. to improve there is no question ants at dinner at the Crittenden but that the ban will be lifted hotel after the coremony and NOTICE TO TEACHERS. later welcomed thirty friends at As Supt of Schools of Kockcas-ti- e nej.t week. -- r , I Camp Beauregard, Nov. 18 and 23. ... CASH GROCERY STORE Fresh Meal, 261b Bag Dill's' t. $1.10 Just received a fresh shipment of " mHBMBH - nil" Pilgrim Coffee M 22C per lb. EAT our entire stock to quit business and it will be worth your while to come in and buy, not only what you arc needing at present, but also to buy what you need in our line for the coming season We are closing, out Drummo nd's LI VI NGSTON m 7-- iiiii 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. - -. -- - I -- -- e :i A little cash fBE --- goes a long way at -- - CAsH STORE;! raBtjMMwif'ii ThHomeof HURT StMHKB'a MB O'o'hes Ca,-Tohd- o, . LONG TIME LOANS IF AT ANY TIME YOU SHOULD NEED A WAGON, MjOWER RAKE, CORN or WHEAT DRILL HIBKMMeflRlBMRHMSlRaBBiSaeaBiHBHHSRRiaSMMBBMMMaM Disc Harrow, Plow, Cane. Mill, Saw Mill, 11 RED CROSS NOTES. m ,mM - h" Corn Mill, Pump, Thresher, Burt L.Sims - Engine, Oil or Steam; Buggy, Truck. Binder, Silo or Cutter, Mauure Spreader, Lime Spreader, Hay Bailer. Fertilizer, Pipelesa Furnace; Hack, Tractor, Keep I will guarantee delivery within one day. them in stock and can furnish yon with repairs at once for anything 1 sell you. CALL ME AT LONDON, KY.. OR SEE E. S. ALBRIGHT at Mt. Vernon. Ky. fur-loug- h Cldl dr eft Or" Children GASTOrl-- . e Dealer T,Q. MOREN and Buggies, Wagons, Mills AS "Kinds of Farm Implements. L7 r LONDON, KY. Commercial School m $ ::? aMtnialiiaAi iaiii itKt ifitttfitttitttittitMi t t t t t I t t t t I t t I t t f t t t t j;;- - a STOMACH TROUBLE U TO TRADE- BROWN'S WHEN YO U WANT FRESH VEGETABLES We handle the best at Best Prices GOOD MEAT AND Buck-Draug- 82 W.H.BROWN ii. JOHN WHITE Black-Draug- ht & CO. -2 FUkW4 LOUISVILLE, KY. LJUr.l (tsorlmtiit TCKaESPgri) W Ik.lNiJlikkCtw. T. C O'ffARA. md lull v.liw paid b3x & yaJBBii .lost FIIRS lida ad tf U(V MMJmuUmmmmmmw J ! .1. United War Work Campaign Program Kp.t Contents PERSHIKE DAY" OU jl I COUNTY COURT BAY Speakers Work Will 15luid Draftlrod CASTOii For Infanta nndChildron. il 2Si3L .:a?. JEPSEDllinEy Si T. ,.n.inT ..t PP.11 CENT. 'V-WMHW- I Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria Always Bears the Signature V.Y of Lflp AVciJclabtcIVcpafationrorM tinitthcStotnachsandDcwcM ThcrctyTloilnDMcston Mineral. Not NAncoTic Cheerfulness ana neither OnIum.MorphlnMr jktSScsxmiem MiSftuta horn j In U Alt JStt rrmMSwr Kiriirtntumnr Ahclputltemcdyfcr ConstiMion and Diarrhoea rcsultinmfrcfrorajninf Fnc Simile Use For Over '" "lossoVStE SinaWl" XiiECRmcnCoMPWor. Thirty Years NEWTfoiy CAST! Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CCNTAU COMPANY. NCW 1 0K eiTT. ! Froni They tell us the only time " Kaiser Bill" or Hindenburg whistles is when they are nervous. iHtaf "Our own Yanks " have started them whistling. Let's back them up by subscribing to the Fourth Liberty Loan LEAVE YOUR SUBSCRIPTION THE ,WITH Bank of Mt. Vernon Austria Surrenders alovak units and an American o regimen', put out of combat Austro Hungarian divissixty-thre- Washington, Nov. 4. Three ions. hundred thousand Austrian sol"Tlie rapid and most daring diers and not less than 5,000 advance of the 9th Army Corps guns hudJbeon captured by the to tho city of IYento, precluding victorious Italia:: armies before tho rotreat of the defeated enemy the armistice went into cfLctat troops, pressed from the west 3 o'clock this afternoon, said an by the 7th Army Corps and from otlicial dispatcli today trotn tho east by tho 1st, 6th and 4th Koine. This included all cap. Army Corps, determined yester tured since the offensive began day tho complete crumbling of October 4. the Austrian front 'From the River Brenta to the The soldiers of the once powerful Austrian army, the dispatch sea the irrosistibl o impetus of said, continued to lice in disorder, tho 2th, lOth auiS.h Army Since tho offensive stilled .sixty, Corps pressed inexorably tho n divisions enemy retreating across the plain three wero put out of combat by fifty-on- e Tho Duko of Aosta is advancing Italian divisions, threo British rapidly at tho head of his invinciand tuoFrench divisions, with ble Third Army, anxious to reunits and an turn to l he old position wdilch he had onco heroic illy conqueyVd. , American regiment. The Austro- - Hungarian army "The war against Austria is destroyed. It has suffered was commanded of his majesty, tho King of Italy, heavy losses in the tenacious rewith tin army inferior in number sistance during tho lirst days of and witli still inferior means'. since tho offonsive, and in tho pursuit the 4th of Mtty, I915. has come-t- it lost an enormous quantity of nn end," wiid tho dispatch. material and artillery. "With undiakab!o faith and in. "In Albania our advance guard domitable valor tho Italians army havo occupied Sculari." waged a continious and hard war for a poriod of forty ono months and won the stupendous battle begun the 4th of October, and For Infants and Chlldrca in which wuro engaged in their In Use For Over Years entirety all tho tesourcos of tho Always bears enoiny. the &5&K "So far tho enoray has left in Signature of our hands 300,000 prisoners and not less than 5,000 guns. The CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH soldiers of what used to bo ono of 7R REMEDY.' tho most powerful armios in tho Do not Imagine that becausa world aro now fleeing in disorder and without hopo from the val- other cough rcedicines failed to leys which they had invaded give you relief that it.wiy bo tho with truculent conlidenco. same with Chamberlain's Cough Boar in mind that "On October 3I, after .having Remedy overcome on stronuly fortified from a smull beginning this rempositions the resistance of power- edy has gained a world wide rop ful enemy rearguards, our troops utution and immonso sale. A consisting of llfty-onItalians medicine must have oxceptioual UNDERTAKER aaif EMBALMER divisions, three IirhMi and two merit to win esteem wherever it l'reiicb divisions, with Cztcho- - becomes known. KY. 1 Ausiro-HuntjariaCzecho-Slovuk CASTORIA 30 Countv f'linri I .r. In .'! coM!'l!cfl In r Kentucky fulls on fmilsi. Kim II, (lie llrsl day of the I'll, led Wat Work Ciitiiiui.Kii drie, Hie ihy which I will be calhd "IM-'iin- .f hicaiU" tho crcnt Aii'ei'ciin jri nenil Inn hi I eii'li Mid nil of hi.ii'lily end seusi nrK'iiil.ii'oiH mill) it In (''ii cii,-- i paljtn the 51. C. A.. Ilio V. W. C. A. the Nailoiial Ciiihollc Wnr Coincll .the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the Win Camp Cotmnetiliv Service, tho Ainer lean Mlirnry AsmiciiiIIoii and the K.il viillon Arinj. . Comity Court Pay, ren hi times t. U.O."i Asoeliit'on peace. Is 1111 oirnsloii for much ncilvlt Salvation Army ... 'J.(K In the :athei'.UK together of the fan,, Any xiitplus will lie illvlilitl era of the but on "IVrshln Iny," with tli- - word of the wnr o: the lips of t.ct.Wioily, iv.it zest nn pilll'!oliiii will he added to the Itsu.i buzz nt:d biii of Court I My b him MASS MEETINGS IN ditds of hpinkcis who will I'ft thel voices In Hie liilenst of the 1'n tc War Work i'ip:i en wh'le the rur.i CITIES AND TOWNS I'eMdclit life .'iheie I li.s ih.'i- ai'onu the county en ri bouses or In othei sections of tli. tow us It Is a inljc, .y opp irtimlty to hr'n; Kcntueklnna everywhere Will Lleten to Speakers nuslntsj Men's Clubs the liii)ortathi' of iln woik of tin to Hear of W.ti's Welfare Work. seien iieiicii - hi iiue the f.iruuis. to pass the endui - went of (!eii, l'cr. h n; rlRht iiIoiik, an 10 In 'UK home the hit On I'riilny, November S, there will peratlve lu cc-- - ij for not only contliii: lie a imihs meeting In each of tin1 larger I11K the war welfare wr!f, hut of ex cities mill towns In Kentucky In fur teiidlnc tho s.po of the act!; Mo of .illolis. therance of tin- - Interest In the United the seven org. Speakers will i e M pplled for each of Wnr Work Cuiiipulgn. the thirty conn les nhtch hold court I'lii'sc mass nicejlngs will lie ,iy," no less than six by prominent speakers wli'i on "IVrshlnjr will set forth ttie activities of the V. speakers liehis ssicneil to ea h town No farmer ho cmaes to town to XI. C. A, I lie Y. W. C. A., the Xiitlnmil Catholic War Cumuli, the .tewlMi Wei trade will csrmie healing the wi.nd r fare r.niinl, Hie Wnr Cnmp Cmiiiminllj fill story of He irooil bent Wloiirllt the quality "feel'' of the cloth and its individual if: Service, the Aiiierlcali l.lhrnry Aso by the war work nenciis and so en design when order d from II airy the word hack ' chitlon nnil the .Suhntldii Army, tin lliuscd that he e to share It with his seven orpinlftiulun.s ulihh nre provld to his ovsn Inj: p!i.s!c.i, moiitiil anil moral help to finally. It Is n tunrv lot's story, crowlnu In our Milillors over-en-s nm! In the camps Kivntlicss nil II lime, ni.d It bears the in this country us. well as loln; ( the te seal of tiulh niid Alniiil! , i Idkh '"thlly i.friVeil out 111 lofTlor llie 'several millions of w ami n itiiuilt Ion workers hoth In tli the United .St..'- t mid Oier.seas. t'lilteil Stutcs ami hi France. Their lino is overflowing with new, appealing suitings and IiurhiK the week of November 3 H "ALL FAITHS" DAY IH 10 there will iiImi ho scries of bus overcoatings fabrics that will delight tho young man of fashuess men's conferences held under tli auspices of the Commercial, ltotnr, BIG WAR WORK DRIVE ion nnd make the business man look tho part, Tailored to ami Klwnnls Clubs of very c'ty o your intimate inches with the skill that makes no mistakes. .ri.O0O or more Inhnhttaiits In the state These conferences will be ndilressi.M On Sunday, Novmber 10, Churches of Prices extremely low. Every Dcr.on ,allon In Kentucky by prominent unci successful huslnet' men who hae aciiualnted thi'inschct Will Hold Sprcial Services. thoroughly with the work of the sever 'organizations and who appreciate tin "All Fultlis I' " will be observed In Imperative necessity for coritlnnlne Keutucky Smi''i., November 10, when I'rotcstunt and i .ithollc, Jew nnd (Jen-- , and IncreasliiB the activities. .,... ' n. ti.ti, i.. i.. ,.. wiling in, Many of the men ivbo will nildres-thmil-- tin, join in rnt... f...i. .i... nuns 0 mHtammmamamasmtmmmmm in in,.' meetliiKs are fathers or close rchi and Ideals of tliu United War Work lives of boys who ure seniii; l.i Campaign, the neek of November 11 Franco nnd vim have learned dlrcctl) to IS. The Y. SI. C A., the Y. W. C. A., the throiiKh letters from the boys it t tli front, of the Incalculable help all tin National Cn''iplle War Council, the Jewish Wolf.iro"i:oaril, the Wnr Caniii seven orj;nn!ziitUns Is rendering Community Service, the American Lievery day. brary AsMieiiUloi. and the Salvation Army, liuie at th reipiest of President Wilson, united for one grent drive. PARADES IN STATE The appeal of these seven organizations Is not to ono element nlone for FEATURE CAMPAIGN they collectlxely represent all religious creeds ami 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 uarrow dividing line In Will Oe Splendidly Advertised on the great woik, no religious differences Saturday, November 9. hut all are bound together in one sublime fulth, one great belief that lu I'arade Day In Kentucky will be Snt unity there is strength nnd In unity unlay, November II, when llfty or more there Is aUo the real spirit of Chriscities uml towns in the state ulll hold tianity. Just what each ajf tlie seven organipatriotic parades lu honor of the Unl C.'MfSr!3yuHIMQPwflfil&flH ted Wnr Work Campaign which starts sations Is doing for the morale not November 11 mid continues throuKh only of the oldlurs, bo; the Several millions of women nnd girls who are the 18th. r.lnhorate plans are beltiK made In working In munition plants la this many of the towns to put the piirndr country and in I''runce and for other Douglas Graham, Pembroke, Ky., Lee Blrk, Owensboro, Ky. White L. Moss, Pinevllle, Ky on in n manner befitting tho Impor- women workers In the Industrial cen Chairman District 4. Chairman District 3. Chairman District 17. ters, will be set forth. tance of the seven organizations, the United War Work Campaign., United War Work Campaign. United War Work Campaign. V. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the NaMinisters, priests, pastors, prelates, tional Cathnlk War Council, the Jew- rabbis and other religious leaders of ish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp every sect and denomination will bo Commuidiy Service, the American L- represented on the platform on that ibrary Association and the Salvation day. The "Victory Boys" nnd "VicArmy, and the jrreat welfure work the; tory Olrls" will be reached through the Sunday Schools. stand for. On the afternoon of the same day, Ill cry city and town In the state will he .decorated with the posters nut Sunday, November 10, n rally will be banners of each of the seven ukciicIci held in every product In Kentucky A mid countless banners, pennants sun which the activities of the seven grent lags will he carried hy the panniers. organizations of the United War Work In ninny of the towns plans are ua Campaign will be set forth by speakler way to have the United War Work ers who ure qualified to tell the story Ciimpaleii parade held at night and of the woik. some brilliant pi "grams have been At night on tho same day United mapped out to make the parade a ver.v Wnr Work Campaign rallies will be held In every county In the state with .pectacular event. Owen si ii i ro mid Ilodgenvlllc are go two speakers at cuch rally who will Jig Into their parade program nn an tell of the fur reaching effect of the clnboratu scalo and the citizens of all work of tho seven agencies. ilenomliiiitlons nnd creeds will unlti These county rallies will be held In In carrying out the spirit of the joint each county seat and In counties where there ure towns of good size a rally The Louisville parade bo put on will be held In each town. Hvery mini, woman und child In at night and thousands of participants will march. The colored people "an: Kentucky will bo made familiar with working earnestly mid eutlirishistlctilly the wonderful' story of the work of the Gen. E. H. Woods, Pagcvllle, Ky., John E. Brown, Shelbyville, Ky., seven organizations on. "All Faiths lo help put tho United War Work CamH. A. Power, Paris, Ky., Chairman District 5.' Chairman District 10. paign over uml they will have a largi Day." Chairman District 13. United War Work Campaign. United War Work Campaign. representiitltloii In the parades. United War Work Campaign. In camps nnd cantonments In the In addition to the seven organiza. Mil tions mentioned there will bo sections United States and overseas there nre of Victory liojs mid Victory Olrls, and 812 libraries and 1.517 branches conone of the students, who nro among taining more than 3,000,000 books and the most enthusiastic workers In the fi,000,000 copies of periodicals. There are 250 additional libraries on the united drive. .? ships of our lighting fleets nnd While the Inllucsau epidemic lias marine, and the number should somewhat with tho general pnradu program In tho state, Inasmuch be vastly Increased, The Amerlcau Lt js muii have been prevented from brnry.AsMichitlon Is one of the seven entering Into the preliminary arrange- organizations In the United War Work ments', tin? fact that crowds may gath-- r Cnnipalgii, uml Its quota will be deur soldier hoys makes It possible for voted to supplying ilmost, every roniuniuUy to put, on u nnd munition workers with books and neiiodlctils. A great work ro or tohs elaborate, program I m'-e- begins on Stondny Tin morning, November 11, ntiil onds.it iiililn cli! mi Miitnl.i)', J.ovem'ior IS. A I. . t tlliltl'iii iitimmu lie t'f nr the (In ,riiim-ii- t til Washington (lie money ritl.eil will ho .divided us follow : v. m o. a ri3.r,i V. . . A . SoO'ft N ii o mil Catholic (in- Wnr Council lading Knights iif Columbus) . .. 17.( War Cni.ip Coiuiuu- nlly Service H.80 W ! I fn ru Jewish r.onni u.o.'i Ajtiorlinii Library i.iiiHiu-iiiliillun1 ' Sections of Kentucky. i Tilk of tnlteJ Wa." "rive In Itural Are You Asleep at the Switch? Mem are getting robbed of all their money every day by i '," carrying it around or leaving it about their homes Take no chance . At PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon A GoodSolid Deposit your monev in the Banking Institution. pro-rui- 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 BANK WITH US Peoples Bank 0 with the perfect fit of your suit, I You Will Be J 1 Pleased v lire-'il- 11 v United States Tailoring Co. -- f 11 Shirley C. Adams, Brodhead -- i.'WStli ABnv mer-cha- J, C.McCLcARY Chivansnvff FOn - ASTORIA FLETCHER'S CO. Williams ATTOUNKY-AT'LA- MT VEltNON.KY o STANFORD, ' OFFICE.- - Onacd.floorofj Bank nf Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special atten tiou given collections. 'PNqNH 8o HPB H. flHjKJ9HBx f Jr y iMKijjmB& I 8. McElroy, Lebanon, Ky., Chairman District 7, United War Work Campaign. Ernst, Covington, Ky., Chairman District 11. UnlUd War Work Campaign., R. P. Dr. 8. P. Fetter, Ashland, Ky., Chairman District 19. United War Work Campaign. T" -