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Mount Vernon signal: November 29, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918112901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 29, 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. X fl " i LiL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY VOLUME XXXII lemon Pi MT. VERNON, " Vv "fi pfltlll e ESTABLISHED 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY,; KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1918 NUMBER 10 LIVINGSTON , Mrs Sarah B. Hall is very sick at present. .She is another sufferer of the flu The family of J. W. Hughes, Tho have been con fined to their rooms on account of Fin 'the flu, are improving. Davis, of Lowell, is visiting his j j brother, L H. Dawis O.D Bry. ant, of Mt. Vernon, has resigned as freight agent here and O. D. Ponder has taken his place. Died: Mrs. James Mahaffey. wife of Uncle James Mahaffey, who died about a year ago. She died the 25th and was buried at the family burying ground at the Bails Cemetery, on Rockcastle Mrs Kobert McClure is river. very low with pneumonia and not expected to live. She first had flu and later went into pneumonia. Mrs Fred Owens and children, of Cincinnati, have moved back to Livingston Ollie Browning has moved his family here f om Lon- jffned z eon and is working third trick at Sinks. Some of the soldier boys have come ba k and more are coming. We learn that several thousand will come from England and Prance in the near future They did all they could to destroy Kaiserism. Can we put our hand on our heart and say with a clear conscience that we did too. The flu situation is getting better now No new cases acd all that have it are gradually improving, and it is to be hoped that it will be blotted Mike Fannon was at Mt 019. Vernon, Sunday, to be with Mrs. Fanuon, who is 'hello girl at that place. D.B Rambowas in Louis-vil- e latter part of last week. Earl Rice was here Sunday, to Corbin, where he has a position with the L4N.R R Co - -- )oe Jackson, who is in Uncle tsam's Navy, was here Sunday, but did not get here in time to see fi who died of the flu and a few days before his! nfjUtwe$Lkf-ari- d ' arwval. Mr. and Mrs I. T. Stew- - through a friend the most import en-route j is,-wi- fe art, of Cincinnati, who have been visiting relatives here for the past week, left on 22, Wednesday, for Nashville Charley Kel-leson of Smith Klley, who was with the colors, was brought here a few days ago and buried near town in the family burying ground. Another victim of the flu. Logan Overbay, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Overbay, died Friday of pneumonia, which was caused by a severe case of the flu. He was buried ea Sand Hill, Saturday. He was thirty years old and leaves a wife and four children, father and mother, several brothers and sisters to mourn his loss. Born: to the wif.- of David Smith, a fine boy on the 25th ; also a fine girl to the wife of C. L. Black, on same date. - Mrs. D. H. Owens has resigned as assistant postmaster and moved Mr. and to Lebanon Junction. Mrs. W, R. Ward and son, Glen, have returned to their home at Hazard. Ky , after a few days visit with relatives here. Mrs. N H Oliver, who has had a severe attack of flu, is able to leave her Bill Odell's family are room. better after all being confiued to their room with flu C. M Griffin, of Falmouth, Ky , were here lat Lee Mul-linter part of last week. who is interested in coal mining, near Corbin, was with his family Sunday. Judge Dees has resigned as postmaster and Miss Flora Pennington has been appointed and will take charge Janu ary first - Jonnie Bullock, who had the flu about a month ago and developed pneumonia, is slowly improving Mrs. Hobert Griffin, who moved to London, Ky., about two months ago, has moved back to Our town W.A.Ward is moving his family to Wildie, as he has purchased a farm near that good litle own. ctor S atter part G Franklin was y, s, ant part of his business here. A week or so ago he came down and purchased a pair of shoes and after wearing them for a day or two, found they were both for He then came the same loot back and swapped them and got a No. 6 lace shoe and a 7 button shoe. Returning to Mt. Vernon he discovered his mistake and his last trip was to get them straightened out The merchant said the reason he could not fit him was that his feet were neither rights or lefts. Our old friend, the Brodhead Scribe, was anxious to know how we came out in our United Wai Work campaign. He seems to think that we fell behind ter he said we always make such a howl every time we have gone "over the top", that every one knew it We consider this something to howl about and if our friend was as eager to see his town go over as we are ours, he would make a great noise too. But in all the drives bow many times would he got to toot his horn? Livingston we think has gone over every time. Can our friend say as much? In this last campaign, we learn that we have citizens here who count their weilth by the thousands, who did not give a penny. We wish to say to them that shrouds do not have pockets and the man that has to work every day to live donated liberally to the cause. Some find a great difference in buying bonds and helping the soldier boys back home. 1; A B. 1; Humble, 5; J.B. Hayse, G. T. Hellard, 2; Elbert Han5; sel Esker Jones, 1; M. F.Jones 50 cts. Jackson B. Jones, 10; J, B. Kirby, 50 cts; Deibert Lovmgs 5; Livingston Checker Club by Dr. W. T. Amyx. 2.50, Milt Miller, 1; J. M. Mink, 1; Charley Moore, 1; S. E. Mul lings, 1; W. R. Moore, 2; Henry Mahaffey, Geo. Mink, 1; L. H. Moris, 1; C. Mc Martin, SGretlnT-ian8 A fiddle unless he is in tune R q 9 5; Wo. Owens, 1; J. L. Pickett, 5; W. M. Poynter, 1; Sanford A. Roberts, 5; H. S. Smith, 5; Geo. G Sowders, 1; D. S. Smith, 1; Sam Tankersly, ; Willie Turner, 2; Dr. R.G. Webb, 25; Thoa. C. Welch, 10; L. C. Woodall, 5; Tom Wilson, 50 cts. Mat Wood-so- d, 5; James Whitaker, Four, 2.50. 1; Brother o'mine an automobile is't worth much unless its in tune is only a sounding board with four strings unless its in tune 8 And a man is nothing but a combination of Flesh and bonesr Get in tune! J.S. Don't pay more! is in tune Buy where the buying Total Cash Sales $ 195.50 PLEDGED. Alva Argenbright, $ 6; Win. A. Brady, 5; C L. Black, 5; R. Gregory, 5; Sam F. Hellard, 5; F. H. Jenkins, 5; Richard Mason; 5; Geo D. Mink, 6; Ott Mink, 5; Cleo McClure, 6; N. H. Oliver, 10; Wm. Poff, 5; G. W. Parks, 6; Horace Prows, 10; Rola Rose, 5; C. J. Rice, 5; D. B. Rambo, 10; W. N Riggs 6; G T. Smith, 5; W. O. Singleton, 6; Joe Tierney, 5; O. D. Wilson, 5. Total Pledged $ 131.00 25 lb. MEAL for $1.05 WE ARE IN TUNE ARE YOU ? 8 W.F.BAKER YES, THE BLUE FRONT STORE RIGHT OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE E H CECIL HAYES At Camp Greene t l iSfTATX t Livingston's United War Work contributions: CASH. O.C. Argenbright, $2; Geo. Arnold, 5; Tom Argenbright, 10; C A Blanford, 1; Mrs G Cook. 1; Maurice Grttengim, 5; W. H. ttengMin. Daugherty, 30 cts. Irvin Fields, 5; Joe Fewell, 5; K. B. Gold, i5;Enoch Griffln, 20-Hgp- WdBtap have been almost continually engaged in some kind of office work. N. C. The first seven weeks that I Camp Green, Charlotte, Nov. 25, I9I8. was here I was in the Personnel Editor Mt. Vernon Signal, Depatmeat of the army, from Mt. Vernon, ky' that I was sent to the Motor Dear Editor: Transportation Office, which is a As it was always of great in branch of Q M. C I as there terest to me to read the letters on special duty and not permafrom the boys in camp I thought ' nent absijfnedajid after about I would "springs W"- - on my a month I was ordered back to friends in Old Rockcastle. Since my original company by the 1 have been in Camp Greene I camp commander, Col. Macomb. J undergo, so we are taking it easy, knowing that we are fighting (or have been ughting) for the greatest cause which t tinned I am working in the mortal man ever bled and died, Democracy" Officers Morale Department now. Viz: A "World-widThe most of the work I do is and we have been crowned with liking a victory that will put these on the machine. I am armv life fine. Of course there United States in a position where T to all the rest of the Nations of the are some hardships for undergo, but nothing to compare earth will look up and respect with that through which the her as they have never done be-- ( boys "over there" have had to Continued on last page ) I was in my company about four days when I received a transfer to the Camp Headquarters, at ! which place I am now e 3 (FACTS YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT) L. Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas,Maine, Michigan, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, WestVirginia Results of State-Wid- e Prohibition In OHIO. The Pivotal State, HAS VOTED DRY - : LEGISLATORS were elected in 35 States November 5th, 1918. Action upon the Ratification of the National Prohibition Amendment to the Constitution will be taken in the early part of their sessions, which begin in 1919. Fourteen States have already ratified the amendment, and should 22 of the 35 State Legislatures just elected take similar action National Prohibition will become effective in 1920. Complete, Accurate and Dependable Information H. M. Leland, President Lincoln Motor Car Co, Jos, Boyer. President Burroughs Adding Machine Co. S. S. Kreage, President S. 8. Kresge Co, John Trix, President American Injector Co. R, H. Webber, President J. L. Hudson Co. G.H.Chisholm. President Atlas Steel CastingCo, R. H . Davidson, President Davidson Namack "Prohibition Facts and Figures " has just been compiled. It is a book of facts containing many statements on Prohibition by some of the World's most noted authorities. Whether you 1 are in favor of or against National Prohibition, you owe it to yourself to become acquainted with the real facts of this question which is now engaging the attention of Legislative bodies throughout the Nation. Leonard Wood, U. S. A. John F. O'Ryan. U. S. A. Nicholson, U. S. A. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona. Julius C. Gunter, of Colorado. Arthur A. Capper, of Kansas. Ruffin G. Pleasant, of Louisiana. Carl E, Milliken, of Maine., T. W. Bickett, of North Carolina. No Loyal American can doubt the statements of the following: Theodore Roosevelt. Wm. H. Taft Frank A. Vanderlip. Chairman National War Savings Committee. Lloyd George of England. Sir Robert Borden, Prime Minister of Canada. Simon Lake, Inventor of the Submarine. Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop Ireland Bishop Brewster of 14W Josephus Da'tftels Secretary II. 8. Navy. General John J. Pershing. UrSv A. Surgeon General United States Army. Ex-PresideEx-President C. L.JHouston, Vice President Lukens Steel Co. H. K. McAuley, Secretary Altoona Iron Co. R. C, Lea. Secretary Robesonia Iron Co. H, B, Smith, Secretary Mclnnes Steel Co. A, K. Lewis, Director Safety and Labor, American Rolling Mill Co. S. Brown. Supervisor Carpenter Steel Co. W. D. Brennan, Assistant Manager Union Pacific Coal Co. W, B. Pierce, Superintendent Buffalo Bolt Co. . P. Ross, Superintendent Colonial Iron Co. W. V. Johns, Curtis Mfg. Co, Major General Major General Colonel W. J. Gevernor Geo. Fdy. Company. Calvin ssex. President Essex Coal Co. G,D, Lobdell, President Lobdell Ca Wheel Co. Packard MotorCar Co, F.F.Beall, Vice-Preside- Governor Governor Governor Governor Governor Governor Erneit Lister, of Washington. And many other news items of unusual inter est and timeliness. Final Word It is the purpose of this book to aid those f - ORDER BLANK 0u-Encloaed who, without prejudice, desire to ascertain the views of men who have studied the question of Prohibition from many angles. In chosen what to making selections, the compiler of this work-ha- s of sincerity, reason and logic him bore the ear-mar- ks PROHIBITION PUBLISHERS, PbifoSce rawer No. 304, CoYinjrton, Ky. or Pwwffice Money (26) cent, in currency, find twenty-fir- e for which mad me a copy of " Prohibition Pacta and Figure. w Name City.. . Address C Write Name and Address Plainly. State ) .t-- J s I - - -- - y; ,v'c'iiBassEBSESBSSEEEEaaSESESBSsnswsaaBSfr'SS Mt Vernon Sig na Publishtd every Friday h EDGAR S. ALBRGj T. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1 Friday, Nov 29, 191S carried out at the Christian church Thursday afternoon: Music Star Spangled Banner and America. President's Proclamation. A. M Hiatt. Pike. Invocation, Rev. A. T- BANK STATEMENT. Advertising redes mace known en Music application 1 Onward Christian Soldie' Loans and Discounts... $2848395 Ovt d ft, secured and Prayer James Meredith. . unsecured 390 99 Origin of Thanksgiving, E. A MEMBER OF Suck, Bonds and other Mrauge. KBNTOCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION securities 13,500.00 Sermon Rev. L N. Bowling. .... 0,543 76 Due from Banks m m The following items were c p Cash on hand 5.173 43 ted jfrom the Stirs and Strip , L'bccks and other cash the official newspaper of the A .. items 753 5' E. F . publishdd in France, a a Banking Hoirse, Furnibearing date of October 25 'J be ture and Fixtures... 2,629 43 ADVANTAGE FOR GOV. paper was sent us by Sergt. John Other Assets not inBLACK. Noe, son of our West Mam street cluded under any of ....... When Gov. Stanley takes his merchant, T. N. Noe. above heads 539 on seat as United States Senator A SODL1ER. I $66,528.96 Total March 4th next, he wHl be sueAn incident that will linger LIABILITIES ceeded as Governor by Lieut. long in the memory of those who Capital Stock paid in. Gov James D. Black, and as the in the gallant advance of the in cash,. ...... ..r ...... 14,55000 latter will serve as Chief fcr.ecu-tiv- part Second Division in Champagne Undivided Profits, less j, 553 35 for nearly ten months, it some Deposits sub . )...-- . should give him a decided advan- came when, as will happen in all battles in all armies, jtct to check $41,725 6 tage in his race for the Demo times f 45.4 2 5 6 ' Time Deposits 3,700.00) the artillery was falling short. cratic nomination for Governor, The advance had been so swift for which he has been an avowed 6o;528q6 candidate for more than a year. that there were no wires by State of Kenty. It is generally understood that which the warning could be sent County of Rokcastle, ) gct when Gov. Black became a can- back. 1 he need for action was so We. L. H. Davis and A.B.Hum that there was no ble, President and Cashier of the didate for the lieutenant govern- immediate orship, in 19I5, he did so with time to send a runner back and above named Bank, do solemnly the idea of succeeding to the no certainty that a runner could swear that the above statement is governorship, and being a good get back. true to the best of our knowledge Then, abruptly and on his organizer, he has employed the and belief. intervening time in fixing his own initiative, a Signal Corps L. H. Davis, President. fences all Over the state. His un- sergeant started to shinny up a A B Humble, Cashier expected coming to the governor- telegraph pole. Under the cross Subscribed and sworn to before ship and being in office when the ing fire from the the two artiller- me this 25 day of November I9.18 primary is held, those acquaint ies, in full sight and within wick My commission expires April 10, ed with the possibilities and rami- edly easy range of German snip ' ": 1922. fications of the political game ers and German machine gun J. P. E Drummond agree, give Gov Black anadvan-- : nersv he went up that pole and R. G. Webb from, that high and conspicuous tage Lovisville Times. 'The O. Welch place, signaled the message back. 4"' Directors. When he came down an officer G. W. Murphy, Notary Public congratulated him warmly and ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT Homer Sutton, 17 year old son asked for his name and outfit. COURT. of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. button, The sergeant grinned and started morning at to fade away. died last Saturday T. J. Niceley, Admr of "But you don't understand,'' George. W Anderson Dec'd the home of his parents, about " J want two miles from here, with pneu the officer" explained. Vs : Noticeof sitting tofT. monia following an attack of Flu to leebmraendiyou for a D.S. C." 'Yes,"1aid the sergeant, just His remains were buried Sunreceive claims. iU day afternoon at the Christian oeTora he faded away entirely, Frank Aridetsofy &c , Defendants. church cemetery, after short "that's just what I thought." All creditors' of the estate of services at the grave by the George W. Anderson, deceased, "DO UNTO OTHERS' Besides his Rev. A. J Pike. are hereby notified to present y parents a number of brothers CcLrjesy is almost jinvarying their claims against same, nipp-erltfte and sisters are left to mourn bis to theA.fi F. in the offices of graven, beroTe loss A splendid likeness of Mr R. T. O s, A. P. M.'s every, l4'h day of December, i9i8 and Mrs. J. F. Carter, and the where, in fact, where soldiers Beginning on said date I will sit following appeared in Monday's are serving their fellow soldiers daily to receive and register issue of the Couriei Journal: The Golden Rnle seems to be ob such claims and proof, and will Shelby ville, Ky. November 24 served as if it were a general hold my sittings at the law office Hundreds of Kentuckians, in- order. of L W. Bethtfrum, in Mt. Ver cluding twenty two grandchild, Sometimes, however, when' a non, Kentucky ren and two G. S. Griffin, soldier sees a soldier revelling were interested in the golden in brief authority and misusing Commissioner. wedding anniversary of Mr. and it, he wishes there might fall to CHAMBERLAIN'S COtjHp Mrs. Joseph Farmer Carter which this man what they say came to REMEDY. V1 ji .. was celebrated at the home of a a lieutenant in a certain A. EF; - '4,.l daughter, Mrs- - O. D. Roulett, rest area. Di Ttfot imagine that becausa j north of Shelby ville, last Tuesday other cough medicines failed'-tThe story is that this lieuten The couple were married in Owen ent was bossing a detail when a give you relief that it will be th county in 1868, and made their mild looking gentleman Chamberlain's Cough ina defcy same shh Bear, in mind that home there until a few years ago, hat walked around a corner add Remedy. when they removed to Rockcas inquired politely: from a small beginning this rem tie county to live with a son, Dr. "Lieutenant, what part do you edy has gained a world wide rep W. F. Carter. Other children happen to be playing in the- war? utation and immense sale. A are: Charles W. Carter, Shelby "I am the supplying officer of medicine must have exceptionali1 county, the Rev. J. W. Carter, the Umptieth battslfon!" re- merit to win esteem wherever "'' Wilmore; Mrs. Henry Taylor. torted the officer with combative becomes known. Shelby county; N. Giles Carier, dignity, as if scenting a chance Harrituan, Tenn.; Mrs. J. H. to bawl somebody out. "And Thomas, Forest City. C, J. D. who is it wants to know?" f Oft FLETCHER?: Carter, Shelby county. Mr and "lam the Secretary of War, 1 Mrs Walter Boyd, of Cor bin, said the man in civilian clothes. were here Satu rday and Sunday on account of the death of her PROPERLY FITTED brother, Homer Sutton -- Millard Ben Mullins is on a trip in t,e GLASSES Sutton, who is now in Army ser 5 vice, and stationed at Camp Cus- western part of the county this AT THE RIGHT TIMEMisses Etta and Bess ter, was at home a few days this week is of week on account of the death of Daugherty, of Berea, after spend Greatest Importance, ( J. H. Ward, of ing a month with their parents, bis brother. If your eyes are showing any defects now is the time to see Crest wood, near Louisville, was Mr. and Mrs Thos. Daugherty, have returned home Mrs. ME. here several days this week the DR. MOORE, The Optidia guest of his daughter, Mrs Fred Price and daughters, of Leyt! Cox Buildine, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mrs. Frank Catron, Green, are with her daughter, Sowder. daughter of Mrs. John Riddle, Mrs F.E. Mullins. this week- -J of this place, underwent a serious H. Mullins, who has been on the operation in Indianapolis first of sick list for a few days, is better. Mrs. Louisa Allen has been at the week, and is reported to be gettidg along nicely- .- At 9 meet- the bed side of her son, Wilson ing of the Board of Trustee of Allen, who is very sick with the "2,: the town of Brodbed last Friday flue, but fer said to be better at evening the resignations of Jacob present. -- Mrs Jones Durham, of Elder and Jop Albright were re- Dango, was the giiest of Mrs. ceived and A. M. Hiatt and L. N. Mat tie Mullins. Monday. Sorar of the folks of this part have Bowling appointed instead. Jop Albright was then appointed mar taken advantage-othe last tew his duties im- cool days in slaughtering their shal and assumed mediately. Cress & Broyles and hogs The flu nas visited many Sayers A Hamm shipped a car families in and around this neigh etch cf bogs from here Thurs- borhood, Killing as many as two day, Mr. and Mrs. David Ma- and three in some families. Some sters have moved from Cortin to of the schools that have been U MILES EAST OF ORLANDO Gum Sulphur. Mrs. Walter closed on account of flu have been Oi CMbkut Rak Robins and children spent Thanks opened this week Most every giving with Mrs. W. A. B Davis one in this part have commenced at Mt Vernon. Miss Mildred gathering corn. Mts Merwu Arbuckle Coffee Robins was in Mt. Vernon Thurs- Baroett, after several days visit day, the guest of her aunt, Mrs to her parents, Mr. and M;rs. Mose Mullins, of Ciuiae, have ie F L Durham The follow-iTJianlraaiyng programme was burueu nome. lO Scripture Reading A. E Albright. Report of the condition of the First State Bank, doing business at the town of Livingston, County State of Kentucky, oi the close of business on 15th at day of November, 1918: 100 th Psalm, Ko-kcast- le, RESOURCES Wnm ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT T. J. NfcEtkY, Adinr with t he ill annexed Plaintiff, orSARAHL.EK, vs : Not'ee et Sitting to Receive Claims. Alice Gentry, &c , Defendants All creditors of the estate of Sarah Lee, deceased, are hereby notified to present ttieir claims against same, properly proven, before me on the 14th day of De Beginning on cember, 1918. said date I will sit daily to receive and register such claims and proof, and will hold my said sit tings at the law office of L. W. Bethuium, in Mt. Vernon, Ken- g ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. T. J. Nicbley, Admx. of Sherman Moore, Dec'd, vs : . Plaintiff, EXECUTOR'S SALE SATURDAY, MOVEHBER AT Notice of Sittirgs to Receive Clams, Missouri Patterson, A. tucky. G. S. Griffin, J. Moeke. Ollie Defendants. J Bryant. &c, All creditors of the estate of Sherman Mooie, deceased, are hereby noti6ed to present their claims against same, properly proven, before me on the 14th day Beginning of December, 1918. on said date I will sit daily to receive and register such claims and proof, and will bold my said sittings at the law office cf L. W Bethurum. Mt. Vernon, Kv. G. S 301 LATE RESIDEiNCE OF GEORGE LIVESAY, deceased THK WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION the personal property belonging to the estate of Armina Livesay, deceased, consisting of household effects and other articles too numSale will begin about erous to mention, ten o'clock in the forenoon. Terms of sale to be made known on day of sale. This November 19, 1918, W. D. LIVESAY, and J. 8. LIVESAY, Executors, Commissioner. Commissioner Griffin, - . PERUNA No sufferer from catarrh of the stomach can read Mrs. Van Buren's letter without a feeling of thankfulness. "I have spent a great deal of money with dootor for catarrh of the mIoiiihcIi ard at times have been compelled to give up my housework for days. For years I did not uuw want a well day van and cannot - lp but feel alive that I would not had I not been induced to try Peruna. Six bottlra et 1'eruna made me a well woman." ht- Made Me a Well Woman e For Years Did Not Know a Well Day Mra. Mattle A. VauBurra. 17 Highland St. Grand Rapids, jlich., X'iist Commander Valley City Hive, I O. T. M. to-d- ay Liquid or Tablet Form Sold Everywhere HAVING decided to change which has VITAL IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FARMING Unique Plan Devised By the Agricultural College of the University of Kentucky to Aid Farmers With the great war apparently in its filial stages, we all find ourselves wondering what situation will confront the American farmer after peace has been been farming and teaching, I have purchased the entire stock of General Merchandise of P. Q. Griffin, on the south side of Main street, Mt. Vernon, Ky., and will continue the business at the same stand. I will carry a full line of GROCERIES) V E R AL L S. WORK SHIRTS, DRESS SHIRTS. UNDERWEAR Men's Flannel Shirts, Sweaters, Enamelware, Queensware, Notions, School Tablets, Pencils. Etc. Thanking you in advance for your patronage 1 am, Yours truly, thus putting his farm on a better paying basis or enabling himself to increase the fertility of his land each year. BRODHEAD ... restored. So one can answer this question to the satisfaction of all and yet there are ctfrtain facts Ihat the American farmer must recognize. We all know that there is little chance for farming .ever to he upon exactly the same basis as before the war. The conditions prevailing for the past three or four years have shown to America and, for tfiar matter to the whole world, the vital importance f good farming. The farmer and his place in the world's It is the purpose of the University to devote the forenoons to one study and the afternoons to another so that it will be possible for a farmer to carry two studies at the same time. In addition to these courses, there will be two additional lectures or demonstrations each day, one early in the morning and another late in the afternoon, which one may attend if he so desires. These courses will begin November JTth and will be repeated at intervals until March 1st, 1W9. This plan of J. B.CUMMINS MT. VEUNON, KY, wlie TROl a long while 'W I Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite I great-grandchildre- n, suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were no good at all for my trouble, I heard THEDFORD'S Students judging dairy cattle on affairs has been recognized in an absolutely new way. Wluitever may be the conditions after the uar.'lt Js very clear that the farmer who is not fully prepared' quickly to adjust himself to those ditions will have very great difficulty In the competition. The conditions that have obtained for the past few years have profoundly affected every industry and every individual, the farmer being no exception. One of the most noticeable difficulties that has confronted farmers has been the labor shortage. No one has recognized these facts more clearly than has the Agricultural f the University College of Kentucky. That institution also recognizes that the farmer has about reached the limit so far as working is concerned ; at least, that is true in a great er - . o - the Experiment Station farm. repeating each course two or three times Is for the double purpose of suiting the convenience of farmers in at tending and also to prevent overcrowd Ing. The Untversrty makes o eharg for these courses, but It wilf be necessary to obtain permission t attend from Thomas Cooper, Dean of the College of Agriculture, at least one week before the time one expects tc attend. In arranging these courses, women's not been overlooked. work has Courses in such subjects as dressmaking, millinery and cooking are provided especially while there ane several subjects such as poultry, dairy manufactures and horticulture in which both men and women will be interested. The full list of subjects taught if as follows: Soils and crops, fara BLACX-DRAUG- H 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 stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on 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. . CftU&rea Os" ONE CENT A DOSE 3A8TO WITHERS KNOS SPCN.CB. Pro CHA3. C. HAMRIV Vie. a. H. UNDSEY, Swrn SaRm ao3 MaMffiMKflBfeglg-.MMlia1flaStfMClwaBBlE aw '. .vR.j .mmtBaKt..KrfsiSBmKUfS7mfSeSfftfGr' 25fH auS t Hi SB KHaVBSaSRbfSfm" F 3satt Commercial School A REGULARLY ttl INCORPORATED INSTITUTION GUTHRIE STREET, North of PostofHcc OP LEARNING LOUISVILLE, KENTUC Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Sex All who desire to qualify for either or both line employment should write for full information at once. positions. FOR FRESH "- agSrJJall8aMlaMaaaTTSailalwSSff8ry HOP Died. E Chas WE LL and wasShepheid buried woes SEE f ulilins v 2; I Maggie Norton, and Mrs Salie Norton, of ir fluenza -- John Payue bave moved to this place Irom iaaBSaMMTCSaWB . BmBrWSmaaSBaSSamaaaaSaSaaalapEBaSaa Maretburg and is occupying Mr. One man with his tractor outfit is here doing the work; of three man Bethurum's boa&e. Shirley and Ad nine, horses. Kussel Carmical spent Sunday number of cases. The consequence Is management, horticulture, animal fee afternoon with Herman ami Rus that in the future we must look mainly ing, dairy manufactures, poultry, far Mrs. Pete Cummins, k judging, kllliii sel Barnes. machinery, to increased efficiency. Considering this fact, together with and curing meats, marketing, beekeep who has been very sick for the value of the farmers time, the Ag- ing, injurious insects, animal disease-plasome time still remains very low diseases, home conveniences ricultural College has decided to offer millinery, remodeliu courses dressmaking, a series of Intensive There are not many new cases In specialised practical agriculture so clothing, planning meals, home cook of flu in this part except Salie that any farmer can go to the College, ing and table service, meats and meat select some subject in which he is substitutes. Norton's family. Some of them In case one should decide, after fin most Interested, get a superior workhave been very sick. Mrs. Clara course, that h ing knowledge of that branch and re- Ishlng a turn to his farm without having seri- would like to study further he can Im- Carmical, who has been sick mediately take up another subject et ously neglected his business. For example, one can devote his he can return later in the winter to re- with gripp is better at present. time for two weeks studying farm mo- sume bis studies. Well it has been beautiful weath Full information may be obtained by tors, tractors and other kinds of gas addressing Thomas Cooper, Dean o! er for people, to work, but guess engines and thus enable himself to do more work and also to instruct his the College of Agriculture, at Isl that the pretty weather is over Miss daughter of Mr died Tuet Wednesday this place. Miss Hattie Carl cal, who has been in very pv htalth for some time still mains very sick. The so child of Mr. and Mts. W. Sowder is still sick with flu. For Sals: and 30 acres more live-stoc- less, fairly good house, good bai nt two-wee- two-wee- smoke house, 2 runni springs, one never tailis W acre in garden with new pali fence. Located 4 miles frt court douse on Hansford roa' Will sell at a bargain if soldi nice. A. C. Sowdkr, I employes so as to make their work ington. Work begins November 25th. I count for more.'' Another farmer might wish to uidy soils or perhaps charges are made for any of t: the prlncipljr of farm management, courses. J ,i for this year. Died, the eight months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. dinar en Urf CsVSXORlA FOR FLETCHEt'S mmmmm iW TT U mmmmmjm Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkrnou Ky, f J7 Nov. 20, 1918 to-da- te Women's and children's coats. Sutton & McBek. Vou can get any kind of an up coat for women, at It COUNCIL OF NATIONAL -- i i 1, JWsMfc - r i "no 7" wn.oTTr. want toCommuni c with SIGNAL Sutton & Mc Bee's. 8r louisvn.li 4 Nashville ft. R. Co. The ban has been lifted on flour and substitutes are not required when purchases of flour are made. Foe Sake: Duroc Jerseys, Big Type fall pigs, of best blood lines. Pedigree furnished. For sale by W. H. Miller, Mt. Vernon. Ky- , DEFENSE ' JmJ ji r my TIME TABLE. 22 tiortfl 24 In the casualty list of wounded 23 south 12:35 p m on the Western front appears 12:45 am the names of Robert Clifford, of 21 South J as. Landrum, Agent. Pine Hill, and Raymond Weaver, of near Quail, as slightly injured. Phone No. 8. entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. -- north 4.o p m 3:35 am The following teachers received prizes in the Box Supper contest iThe names appear in rotation. the largest prize winners name coming first: Edith Phillips, a Hiatt, Delora Boyd, Li Hie Seaborn, Jesse DeBord, J. L. Thompson, Odessa Burton, SherTa-bith- It Pays to be man Chasteen and Clyde Watson, Ella M. Coffey. Clotheraft and Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing for men. Sutton & McBee. COMING HOME. Now that it's all over, we have beaten the foe, No more going over, home's the place we go, To kiss dear old mother; how proud she will be! With tears in her eyes.she'll say, "You came back to me," Then you'll meet your old sweetheart, been waiting for you, The one tbe day you left promised to be trne; You'll walk around the town, and meet all your old friends, They take you by the hand, and say, "I'm glad to see you home Peace Has Come ringing of bells and the song of the told of the joy that is in ten million mothers' hearts today Particular a second eiatt mail matter. Potooe PERSONAL Ed Jones is at home this week to see his mother. Rob McKenzit has a position with the L & N at Corbin. Mrs. Walter Robins, of Brod-heais visiting relatives here. C. D. Sutton spent the first days of the week in Cincinnati buying goods. Mr. and Mrs W H. Fish ate Thanksgiving dinner with relatives at London. Mrs Luster E Blair, of More-land- , is with her grandmother, Mrs. Francis. Bingham Shephatd's family, who were so very sick last week d, Appropriate Thanksgiving services were held at the Christian church last evening, conducted by Rev. H. T. Young, pastor Christian church, and Dr. Moore, pastor Presbyterian church There will be a public meeting at the Court house on Monday night at 7 o'clock, for the presentation of the new Conservation program of the Food Administration. The Food Administration hopes to have every home in the town represented. Mr. M. F. Craig, of the Brod-hea- d -- You probably know some one man whose appearance is admired THE by everybody. And the reason is be i3 particular in his selection of clothes. more to be . particular than to be" careless if you do your buying here. It doesn't cost any the thunder of the guns has been si lenced the quiet of Peace has descended like a benediction on the martyred fields of France and our boys will be coming home. You mothers, you sisters. you wives, you sweethearts three things: We sp eciajize on variety of stock, value for your money.Jand courtesy of service. Can you afford to overlook these ? section of Rockcastle, here Saturday been was returning from Garrard county, where he had at the bedside of his rela tive, J. Matt Craig. He left him considerably improved. He has had a fearful case of influenza. again." And after celebrating the hap piest of days You'll fall asleep and in vour dreams this is what you'll are reported better. Mr. G. G Sowder, of Indiana, All those in the 18 year old is in the county this week visit class who have not returned ing Rockcastle relatives. C. L Riddle and family, of their questionaires, should do East Beinstadt, spent weekend at once and save trouble. Tbe Local Board has requested us with J. W. Riddle, at Cove. to say to those in the 18 class V. F. Baker was in Louisville that these Questionaires must most of the week buying goods be returned. Tbe 18 year olds and especially his Xmas line. are the only ones having questionMiss Rose Stewart, of Pennsvl aires who are required to fill and vania, is the guest of her sistar, return them. Miss Anna Stewart, at Lang don The news of the death of Dr. Memorial. Grover Price, who died in France Dr. G. B. Lawrence, who his a few days ago of pneumonia, been very sick at his home near brought the deepest of sorrow Level Green, is some better, but to his many personal friends in still a very sick man. Rockcastle, his home couuty. To Oscar Bryant has resigned his wife, widowed mother, sisters from the L. & N., and wilt de- and brothers, we join ,in with the vote bis entire time to the host of sorrowing friends in exid anaamb' rojDu. terna ng our deepest sympathy. Mr. and Mrs. Mesbac Gentry MISS LENA McCLURE accompanied the remains of Mrs WEDS ARMY OFFICER Mis. Gentry Hosac "to Ohio. Sunday's Courier Journal conrffl remain in Ohio for several weeks. Mr. Gentry will return tained the following dispatch from Frankfort. to his work in H?rlan County. Miss Lena McClure, of SomerDave Clark, who is just recov set, who has been employed in ering from a severe attack of intbe Secretary of State's office, fluenza, was able to come to town left to day for New York, where Tuursday. His son, who is in she will wed Lieut. William E11U-toihs. navy and who has been very n, Interior Journal. Sutton & The Clotheraft Store McBee say: No more getting up at 6 in tbe morning, no more standing LAND, STOCK AND CROP. S. S. Purcell, the West Side stock dealer reports a few sales and purchases for the week: Sold 10 yearlings for $400. Sold to Will Rogers a old horse mule for $1.75. Bought of Hiram Laws a old mule for $125. and from E. Burton, a milch cow ar ar -- re- veille; No more eating out of a mess kit, No more saluting officers that I see; No more guard duty, no more details, no more going to bed at taps for me, No more squads left, no more who have waited and feared and wondered if your boy would eer comeback who have prayed for him in the quiet night hours', have tramped with him in spirit on weary marches, stood with him in the rain and mud ofjgfce trenches and suffered with him on his hospital cot what must be your joy today, for he is coming back to you- -- The clouds have broken, the shadows have passed the pure sweet light of Peace is bathing the world as on Resurrection Morn Peace has come! low, is reported some better. He hmarshall. Mr. Elhston. whose was opeiated 00 last Tuesdav. home is in Grant County, has and a telegram announcing that been attached to field headfact also said there was nothing formerly assistant State fire alarming about his condition. Mrs. Sue Mullins was up from Livingston last week to see her sister, Mrs. Cummins, and othtr relatives and friends. "Aunt Sue " as she is affectionately called by her many friends is one of Rockcastle's most public spirited women. She is one of Livingston's largest property owners and has some of tbe most desirable property in that good town; she has been a strong supporter of good roads and has done all she could to help in the promotion et Dixie and Boone highways. No one rejoices in tbe prosperity and happiness of her people, more than "Aunt Sue". LOCAL quarters, Engineers Corps, with the Expeditionary Force and has just returned from France. Miss McClure is the niece of Judge B. J. Bet bur urn, of Somerset. Miss McClure is well known in Somerset where tshe has a host of friends who extend congratulations and best wishes that her matrimonial voyage may be a happy and prosperous one. CAN YOU BEAT IT ? Geo. W. Marler, one of the progressive farmers of the West side, has made a record ea one acre of ground, which we believe is hard to beat. Most of it came about by accident says Mr. Mar ler, but even with that, it shows There's going to be no wood pile in the where I'm going, Food Administration I'll be able placedrink beer by the to glass, The work of the Poed AdminI won't have to stand in good istration is very far from being witfi1 the first sergeant finished. We are just starting into a campaign that is more in- - To be able to get a week end pass; tensive than any we have yet had. - When veu wake up you're glad Last year, we shipped to Europeyon've done your bit, the world 7.000,000 tons of food stuff. There I is proud of vou: are now 225.000,000 European peoples who are looking to us for You're a man every inch of it, food. No one else can supply 'cause you served the Red, White this year. We must ship them and Blue. 20.000,000 tons of food or they will perish' We are not asked CROSS to give, but to save food; that they may buy until they can pro Chairman, Chas. C. Davis is duce foods of their own. No getting everything ready for the one worthy of American citizenship can waste food, with the Christmas Roll Call for the Red Cross. There is nothing more cry of starving millions ringing less to it, than you are asked or to iu bis ears. On December first, pay lqq for your 1919 member a Nation wide campaign will be ship of the Red Cross. No explanation is necessrry a begun. In this campaign, tbe to what the Red Cross is doing, conservation program of the Poed has done and will continue doing. Administration will be carried Every adult in Rockcastle county to every home. A proclamation is asked to give $1.00 and each will be read from every pulpit child 25 cents, and every person in and in each school house, public the county will have an opportunmeetings will be called, and for ity to answer that call. twenty-four-hour for 50, .'' squads right ard never again I'll be a K. P. ,71.. Tfce Cash Store Nt. VeriM. Ky. THE STORE THAT GIVES YOU BIGGEST VALUES 2lurJR0 IZSMssnBg a85121 i, i tVTtTVt i I RED TUT THE WAR IS OVER 4C a pkg. 20O 0 'ntvryiSKOI HOW'S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers years, and, for the past thirty-fivhas become known as the most reliable remedy ter Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts For Sale: -- Ancona Chickens. thru the Blood on the Mucous one week, tbe Food Administraexpelling the Poison tion will appear lo our great From best laying straihs. For surfaces, American people with the Jslo-ga- n sale by W. H. Miller, Mt Ver- from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. "Food Will Save the World' non, Ky. After you have taken Ball's H. T. YOUNG Catarrh Medicine for a short time Rockcastle County you will see a great improvement Food Administration, it Iff'fff I !:!:? Ilfrfi in your general health Start Mt Vernon, Ky. taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at Mrs. J. W. Brown, once and get rid oi catarrh Seud Conservation Chairman. for testimonials, free e Arm & Hammer Soda Arbuckles Coffee Yellow Bag Coffee Veda Coffee May Flower Coffee (steel cut) Coffee (steel eut) Pboenix Hotel Cup Coffee (steel cut) Good Balk Coffee Best Bilk Coffee Sa-Mo-Ja 8 Granulated Sugar m Brown Sugar, No. 8 , . . Karo Syrup, white Karo Syrup, red. Karo Syrup. Maple flavored Evaporated Milk RIGHT 1 Whole bead Rice (Blue Roe) mmmrnmm mi 7C Evidence of - OF GOODS KIND VTTV can 3 cans for .... 30c 35c 15c 11c 9c 5c 5c 75c 20c. lb. 8 gai. a gal- - Everything to wear, at Sutton & McBeb's. We have a big lot of new coats for ladies in veil ur, plush and broadcloth, al' colors, Sotten Goff, of Burnside, & Mc Bee's District Game Warden, Henry was in town Monday and warns everybody wishing to hunt to take out license. He finds most everyone complying with the law so far as be has investigated. Mrs. Hosack, mother of Mrs. Mesbac Gentry, died rather suddenly Sunday night, although she had been in poof health for several months. She was afllcted with a goiter and from the time she called to her daughter, Mrs. Gentry, that she was choking 10 death, it was less than 30 minutes until she had passed into the great beyond. Her remains were what could be done by real effort. was planted in corn which appeared to be a failure; then irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, radishes, turnips and pumpkins followed each sowing or planting appearing to be a failure, and the entire crop was more or less neglected and considered worthless or too much so to be given any particular at tention when other crops on the farm needed the full time of all farm hands. But when harvest time came a different story was told and this is what Mr. Marler reports from the different plantings on that one acre: 60 bu. irish potatoes, I5 bu. sweet potatoes. 20 bu. corn, 30 be. tomatoes, 3 bu radishes, ovea 200 be. rami and so large First the ground FORJSALE. Ford, 5 passenger i9i7 Model in good mechanical condition. Price $325.00. Mustte sold by Dec. 10th. And it can be done. Come in walking and lets talk it over in a business way and go Ommono'5 cAsfr' GROCERY STORE NAVY BEANS F. Ohio. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Sold by all druggists, 75c i thCPq BRODHEAD i i 4' I LONG out riding. Dick Albright. Brodbead, Ky. 12JC per lb. TIME LOANS Why Sell YourProduce AT HOME When your can ship and get a square deal and Right Price. SHIP TO CASTOR Always bears the Signature of i I A Just received a new line of For Infants and Children In Um For Over 30 Years TIN AND ENAMELWARE FRESH FRUITS and CANDIES a specialty G&vtfg&U To farmers in Central add Southern Kentucky at a low rate of interest. Easy and attractive payments with the privilege of paying off all or any part of loan at any time. We will help you pay for all the farm land you wish to buy. If yon are in debt or need monev to retire your leio notes we would be glad to explain. jphsupinSI Walnut Street cwiSrmt Pre.. CINCINNATI. O. W. R. GOTT, formerly et Lancaster is with us. A. D. COATES CO. COMMISSION MERCHANTS 'jtj, HAPPINESS SAYSt li w slxL Id Ji I ML? 4UnJL pumpkins Who says Rockcas- tie is not tbe garden spot. One of Mr. Marler's neighbors, Mr. EC. Blanton raised and sold in the field of lo acres $600 worth of corn U. G. Baker and taken to Belle Center, Ohio, her several others will bear witness home, for burial . to the correctness of these figures. n DISTRICT MANAGER Farm Loatt Department Union Central Ufa Insurance Co 802 Securlt Trust Bldg., Lextog- to, Kentucky Burt L. Sims Highest Cash Price Paid For EGGS. CHICKEN?, . TURKEYS and RABBITS in season. use SffgfiSL fcwjui w flLdnll I 7t a COOPS AND EUG CASES FURNISHED OUR SHIPPERS Reference: Pearl National Bank, Cincinnati, Okia Drummo LI VI Sold by Mrs. tt&rsss "if "" si acftool. NGSTON nds DEBTS COLLECTED Accounts, tfatrs, Claims of al) kinds collected anywhere is the world. No charge unless we collect. Reference: Fanner National Bank. Write us. Niy'i dfltctni Agracy, SMMmLKy. Ontce: Room 7 Masonic Bldg. ADVERTISE IN AND SUBSCRIBE FOR THE AND BB it A. SPARKS fiiflrnHHliiiliilifitii PROSPEROUS SIGNAL AND CONTENTED r DCUI wUI g n I ni mmmmmmammmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmtmm CECIL HAYES ' -v, tffi : t i ' IW1 For Infants and Children. - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria I 3 PER CENT. Prcparationfcr; AVcetablc v . ..t r.rHni.-- tinctteStomadisairifowds Thereby Promoting Dtett Cheerfulness ano ! ' Always Bears the laud, raised I iso.Ooo in its war weapons week (Continued from ist page ) fore Argentine women have 'won Will it tut be nice when the their right, ip eU the proiessiona, bms r.n come home (and that including engineering and law. will be only a question of a few The Universal Shipyard at men lis at the greatest)and meet Houston. Texas, has a woman fath r n.ni mother, who live noVnm snmnpr whci work ft. nine prayed and grieved for them dur-i- , hours every day. . 2 absence: and meet IDiJ tl.tir Flexible tips feature the new brothers and sisters and all be re lnited, and then he can stand ombrella ribs which their invenurn. up. l?fore the world and before tor claims will prevent an father and motoer, showing that brella from heing blown inside ' . . Are iu Asleep at the Switch? PEOPLES BANK Mt. Vernon - Men arc getting robbed of all their money every day by carrying ft around or leaving it about their homes Take no chance ' . Deposit your monev in the Mineral. Not Narcotic, fTTZ Signature of tm. M r In i jliJMDcSAimit hrm k W Conrtipalion.and Diarrhoe; t.i nfni Remedy fof -- and Fevmsimpj ' - l 4f Use For Over resulting thmftwj!,,nfenCJ' fac Simile SidnatoreoT. ( there is not a drop of Slacker" OUfcMr. Lloyd George has a salary blood running hU veins, andean truthiu lv sav to the world thai of f 25,000 a year as nrst Loru "l have done my bit in making of the Treasury, but is unpaid as the wer'd safe for Democracy? Prime Minister. The battleships of today can Camp Greene is located about in two M- discharge as great three miles north of Charlotta Tt. ia'n vpv nir.P ramn aitho a weight of metal as an entire not ,30. pice m some of the other broadside of Nelson's greatest camps or tne country, especially, ""? Camp Taylor, which i said to group ,of retail grocers in ,be tie ery .belt in the country. Vancouver B C, Tecently con- I have Seen Sever'aT of th"e boys : ducted a campaign of advertis- who have served at Camp Tayirg to educate the public of the lor and they always have some-- desirability of eating whale meat. thing good to say abiut it. Cotton seed formerly thrown s is a nice and Charlotte away is uow bringing $75 a ton. : At 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 IM BA id K W I TH w US 1 Peoples Bank 0 ...... ? pros-ptro.u- Lc-- :t,tv tt ' "" C w.J- - K"- Exact Copy of Wrapper. i i iii mmsiKifi 'Ufly i 46111. om TMt Thirty Years svT8Tu " wmmm new c. c. cox little city with about A ton yields 28O pounds of Cologne cathedral. It was the inhabitants They give crude oil, 800 pounds of meal largest church bell in all Ger50,000 all kinds of amusements in animal food, and I25 pounds of many, weighing sixty tons. with these organizations ammonia. An Oiegon doctor has invented ' here in' th". camp for the benefit At the outset of the war Ger- crutches which terminate in or the soldiers. These organi many had 71 cents in gold for rockers that reproduce their zations are. The Y M O.A , K. every, dollar of paper money. shoul ier curves as they rotate, of C, Jewish Weltarj Board, Y. Today she has only 18 cents in enabling 'heir user's shoulders to W.C A etc , all of which seem gold for every dollar el paper move in a straight line and to take a great interest in the thereby lesson fatigue. money. soldiers, and can, more than any That oil and gas are minerals POSTED thing else, make us feel at home, within the meaning of reserva AH thai I heard said about the (Your name under this head tion by deed of all "minerals until Jan. ist iqi9 for 25 cts ) Y' beforel came hero rJ could upon the land described Those whose names appear scarcely believe, but since I have rights" deed, is held in an Okla- below strictly forbid hunting or in the come and have seen them at trespassing upou their property, work I must agree that there homa court. John Ward, a eolored man of and any one guilty of so doing about; hasn't been enough said them nor "enough done in their Goldsborp, North Carolina, has will be prosecuted. maintenance, altho almost all the! thirteen of his eighteen sons in Mis. Josie Devault. J. B Uvesay. people bap.k, hojie jtastgne lots the 9th and loth United States Edgar Mullins" ana we appreciate 11 100. ThJ Cavalry, while bis seventeen JOnl fHITti CO. lV1LL,ftVi Y's" are where we can go when darters are busy with war on-necti- : lis oil. in I llll i rim 11 11 a ILU V WHEN YOU WANT FRESH VEGETABLES o.- GOOD MEAT AND a we feel blue, when we feel good, work U barer One of the last of Germany's, M full vsiaa paM when we want to write a letter muni- r.FURS home when we want to go to a famous bells to go into the NMaa movie and when we want to go to tions melting pt t was the bell" from the "Kaiser church or 'Sunday School, and if ( so-call- EiSB ;j Everybody's Attention has been called to the remarkable fuel saving secured with Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Join now in the great army cf 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 heating plant or stove that is a demon for fuel it isn't 109.., much to ay, they SLEfiPAND REST. are the main spoke in the "m One of the most common causes rale" wheel of the armv. These of insomnia and restlessness is organizations are doing all thev indigestionTake one of 'an for the boys before they are Tablets immediately discharged to get them oacK tntu supper and see if yau d after civilian lile as good citizens as not rest better and sleep better. thev were when they came tol They only cost a quarter. the army, by giving them daily lectures (and Schools for those who cannot read or write) that they might be worth mote to their country and be in a position to enjoy its Liberty and Freedom more than they ever did 'before. The army has been beneficial to me physlciaUy. I have gained about 30 pounds in weight in three months and had the., flu in the meantime. 1 guess it will not be very long till some of the -Cbatn-hpriain, . GREATLY BWft&lfitJ gTl We handle the best at Best Prices BY 's CBAMBERLA INS TABLETS "I am thankful for the good I have received by using Cham her Iain's Tablets. About two years ago when I began 'aking them I vKrsuffering a. great deal from distress after eating, una from headache and. a tired,: languid SSII..... W.H.BROWN ....... PSJSI fV.flWV wwwwwwwww. VWWWWWWWWW VW feeling due to in dieestion and a has been good,'' writes Mrs, M. Harwood, Auburn, fc. Y. torpid liver. Chamberlain's Tab- lets corrected these disorders in a short time, and oiuc taking two bottles of them my heaitn- - ,;,."i os . COLE'S Original Burns cheapest coal clean and bright. Hot Blast Heater Uses any fuel boys will begin to come home, of course it will be a little longer till alt of them will be back' from over the sea. I think the plans of this camp are to get all of the men out of this camp bv the first of the year, but I haven't seen L the official "dope" on it yet. can be said of America as was never said of any nation before that she saved the world for Democracy, Christian religion and for the Humanity in general, and we are now recognized as the youngest nation yet the strongest on the globe. Will not write too much to wor ry your readers. . Regards to all my friends and more especi ally to- those at home: Would Jike to hear from any of my old friends who would care to write. With best wishes, I am, It Buy THRirr STAMPS ISSUED BY Everybody is searching for a way to save fuel and food. Here's your opportunity to cut your coal bills square in half and gain a perfectly heated home as well. Investigate now. Our Store is Fuel Savers Headquarters. No. 112 h 1 THE - U. SJ GOVERNMENT No 1 37 . IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disrate tt no respecter of persona A majority of the ills afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. Tiij kidneys are the most important organs or the body. They are the nltorera. the purifiers, of your blood. Kidney disease Is usually indicated by weariness), sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble; pain la loins and lower abdomen, gall st onaa, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica u usV lumbago. are nature's Aiii these derangements slgjtal to warn you that the kidneys Tou should use GOLD i.tsd help UGPAL Haarlem Oil Capsules imme diately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves Inflammations and destroys the germs which have caused It Do not wait until to morrow Oro to your druggist today and insist on GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the day you first hoard of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem. Oil. After you fool that you have ours yourself, continue to take one r tw capsules each day, so as to keep In condition and ward oft the dantrer of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sixes. Money refunded If they dp not help yea. first-class Yours truly, Cecil Hayes, Headquarters Co. Camp Greene, Charlotte, N. C. ,.. Sff ABOUT CROUP If your children are subject to cronp, or if tyou have reason to fear their ting attacked by that disease, you should procure a bottle pf Chamberlain's, Cough Remedy and study the directions for use, so that in case of an attack you will know I exactly what course to purs u. This is a favorite and very aucoaasf SI r i i.fj safer investment and XT1 e" world, . m aetftteeriy convenient r H DR. WALTER Dentist Office U. G. C. C. ATTOENEY-A- T Williame LAW " for' small savings for croup, and t is important ttbat J MT.VEENON.KY. you observe the directions fUl. re- - 0er OFFrCE.- - Onacd.floor'ofj Baker's Stors MT. Bank of Mt. Vernon, oni Church St. Special alto tion given collections. bdfe Chicago da wastes worth o milk bottles. VERNON, KENTUCKY 'PNaNf8o - i $j 00 Children Ory FLETCHER'S CA STO.R A FOR 1 CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR There are mora than 000 oats in the 85.000, . fc ! Nov, 16 - '. -- WbitechurSlmteatiiJCrBor- x -