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PIKE CONTRIBUTES INTERESTING ARTICLE Brodhead, Ky. Editor Mt Vernon Signal, Dear Sir and Brother: I feel like Paul said, Woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel! but my health has been such, for the last few months that I cannot get out and do much preaching, so my only alternative is to get a little sermon occasionally in one corner of your paper. My text will be lound in Isaiah. 31:1, 2. sources of this grand country of ours, just tnmic oimb rexas could raise almost enough cotton to supply the world The rulers in Germany seemed not to know wjjen they treated the United States with perfect gcontfanptthat we have one state that is as large as Germany, Belgium, Hol T TVi 4 TfTYV tt T.t tVTTV K '"Tj- "The wilderness and the soli tary place shall be made glad for them and the desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose " Of course, this passage is a prophecy. pertaining to the kingdom of Jesus hrist. But this glory and prosperity oftentimes depends upon the changes in material thiugs, in order that the blessings mav be given in spiritual things. Taking this view of the subject, we ought to be profoundly thankful to day that this prophecy of the ancient preacher is being fulfilled in this our day and generation. Large tracts of desert lands in the far To the Republicans tf the 70th Legislative District of Kentucky : hereby announce myself as a candidate for the Republican nomi- - west as large as kingdome have I natKmrforlsepresentative irom this.Districc, subject to tne action 01 been reclaimed and filled up with the Republican, painty as expressed in the primary election, the 2nd industries and liberty., loving land and Switzerland, with a few . square miles: left over, and tnat there is one railroad in Texas running across the state rom the eastern border to El Paso on the wet that would reach from the Atlantic Ocean clear, across France, Belgium and Germany beyond Berlin. Or it would reach from the southern border of France to Manchester, England. California would reach from the the southeru shores of France clear across France,, Belgium, Holland and into the North Sea. California would reach from the Atlantic Ocean on the east dear across France, Belgium, and Germany to Berlin. Montana is .... 8 8 Quaker Oats, (QOODSTBEL) PRI CSS 12c per box " HOW ARE & HESE perlb a 44 sex a S Qoffee Hammer Soap, per bar Compound Lard, perlb 25c 5c 25c HON. E. BULLOCK nearly as large as Germany. And when we think. of this North Americe, once a wilderness and a desert, but as we see it now, with its 9,430,000 squares miles of territory, with its lip,ooo,ooo population, we can see the fulfil ment of the text, "Tifef wilderness and the solitary place shall be made glad for them, and the desert shall rejoice and blossom --- MEN'S HATS that sold for $ 1 .50 now going for 48c MEN'S HATS, the good $3.00 Hat, now goes for $1.48. OVERALLS for $1.19 per pair. Good Heavy WORK SHIRTS for 98c. "Arrow Brand" COLLARS 10c each. I you need HARNESS .r SADDLES. COIne and see me. I carry the only complete line in Mt. Vernon and the prices are right. . i i 3 PAINT Wrr&Thc-3right.SpotJws- t ! PA I NX! w a'l kinds at less than wholesale prices. W v iP -- F l. RAKFR wmm m m. rn 4 Ih InakiBetoisiaaaoH acement desireltorefer theRepnblicns tery lfollef'tod'ia?chap' i. M i to the record thatffinider wh!KBf9ilfrMsitRdiiriar?.the s ijlor KiJeueuKui urn -uructawesu AlwiseBeiBfor nhipWkl 5fri . r cv. a kbv.-.fac ssir yannvA io onniviftail V. ma nnnatif norii?'1tlJilBMAlrriMiiiBiiiaaiatlnf inHlBt Hro&&Mye?; yiT-- 0 tmA oaiicinn Tf titt Rockcastle awake the sickness of- - their tteftrlya chtJMnlibxx)afa):hViitianTCoantvof liUtiir auby, anu we. to a- forts duringespecially Mesdames wbMbc)d?is.deiKlftf(5,to become seusti ul be endorsed by being again returned to Frankfort. If name. Thtll-faue- son, and J that . ; imparl flnil mlriifinmpn a fht rruu U thusan&iMlMwfeifeQ ,-. .c.l ;n T nm xxm";n ohni1 uc innt.1 wM;o.rr onrl ouau ..... . w,. .. -; li'ere? itlFul' nof be long until Geo. Griffin, W.R.DickerSoa, DB. jl. aw uuc luuiiu auu ill. jjiiLuciij ciclicu iu jww lialf of this'ftftb'pgff to'ttrhisb bSnisheU ;Ra'mboad S. H- - txnffla:;-7-J;'jtIvetuber I will do" every thing within my power to psoperly repre- - both materially and spirithally, bread tor , the people ''of the ineefds in!Wrworlo!ra:l fettiWWlHiS HVaJtoapwhowhas ft&niryisjck. sent this district and advance the best interests of all the people of and we ouglit to unite in thankjgf country iiuw uui uiiuou,. Oiuu wc ready,; eseiiwi-tha- t kivc r giving to our Heavenly Fatfier United States. tbese.two counties. are bemsr recmBea, ana vast Old .John Barleycorn a burial, for some time is much improved, v Xasfr-yda- r stb sent oneBdreety be'Koped-ther"sur"- Wenderstend-thaV-'thV Thankingyorrfor honors heretofore conferrgaTahd'assuf ing'ySif ftnr'strch' inestimable blessings. million pounds, of butter' and orchards Then it is "befitting, too, that we appreciated, I beg to remain, that they planted. Under E'ngish control, will be no resurrection for him. veyros have completed the rejoice to day because this Ameri- cheese to the Allies. Today the there are thousands of steamers a nice country this would ' vey of the route for the pike up Yours sincerely, countries of the world are look-t-o ca cf ours, at one time a wilder gVlf and the Tigris be if the curse of whisky was for- the river, and they claim th3t E. BULLOCK. the United States not only for on the Persian noss has been made to rejoice They tell ever abolished, and crime be- work will commence when spring bread and meat to sustain life, and Euphrates rivers. and blossom as a rose under the us that there is more traffic on the come almost a stranger. The opens up. We are not a doubtmagic touch of christian civiliza but the evangelizing of the world Tigris river, than there is on any thing to do is for all citizens to ing Thomos, nor a prophet, but messengers of tion. Just think vith me for a must be led by the river near London. Bagdad is assist the officials in this work, will be glad.when it is completed. few minutes. In 1607, a few ad the cross, from this land "of destined to become the center ot all working together the battle O. J. Rice has returned from English gentlemen christian civilization. Today the a tremendous commercial activity would be half over. Take whisky Cincinnati after a few days in venturous landetl on the James river in messengers of the gospel from under christian influence. The out of our county and there will that city. John Cockrell was'in what is now called Virginia; they America are carrying the gospel vast deserts between the site of be many more happv homes. Paris, Ky from Saturday until s cabins and a log meet tidings of salvation to all Died: "February 9th. Thirlen Sunday. Mrs. Ab Wolf, who has Babylon and the river on the face ot the earth. ancient ing house, and hewed a baptistry little son of Mr. and Mrs. M. been confined to her room for the Jordon will in a few years, be reout of a trunk of a tree, where Think of the work in Africa, claimed and brought into a state H Mullins, 3 months old the 23rd past six months, remains about 1919 Call 8th day of February, among others, many Indian prin- India and China. Under the of high cultivation, and the gospel ot this month. He was laid to rest the same. Rev. Masters, of touch of christian civilization, cess and daughters were baptized. will be proclaimed to listening Monday in the family burying Brodhead, filled his regular apThen thirteen years after the and that under the influence of a' multitudes whereonce stood num- ground in the Ward cemetery pointment at the Christian church seconded by On motion of KenG. S. first landing at Jamestown, some christian Governor from erous temples of idolatry. We can The parents of the little one have Saturday and Sunday. others of the same race, after a tucky, Porto Rica, has adopted now dee the fulfillment ot our text. the sympathy of the entire com- Griffin was in Mt. Vernon, MonD Mullins, it is ordered by the Court the stormy voyage crossing the At prohibition of the liquor traffic, I think today more than ever be- munity, as they lost their home day, attending court. J. R. Mink lautic with their bibles, landed and China has redeemed herself, fore we can sing: and almost everything they had was in Louisville latter part of Sheriff of Rockcastle County open a poll in each one bleak winter day on the shores and her f(jur hundred million about a month ago by fire. Mr last week to ses his brother, who opium trade. "The morning light is breaking, Mullins requests us to say that has come from over seas and is of what is now called Massachu-setts- . people from the The darkness disappears, of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County on Many of the wild tribes of Africa he wishes to thank the citizens of now at Camp Taylor. -- Mrs. John have been transformed from The sons of earth awaking .Livingston for their untiring ef- These people Continued on 2nd page. the 15 day of March, 19 9, to ascertain the will trees, clear thebegau to cut down savagery to christian civilization. To penitential tears. worforest and we feel like it fitting on Each breeze that sweeps the ocean, ship God. These people, these Again, of the electors of said County on the question of two Brings tidings from afar, like this, to thank God little colonies, (though they occasions of the fraternal Of nations in commotion, for the spread Road did not know my were" fulfilling spirit ' Guided by the word of Prepared for Zion's war." you in favor of voting a 20-ce- nt text. "And the words of Then as a nation, we ought at we are becoming more aud while these colonies were form- God, Land Development Co. for the purpose of constructing and im- ing the beginning of a new re- more one people. The war has the beginning of this new year 19 19 taught us many good lessons, thank our Heavenly Father, that public, Roger Is an owning operating and marketing company, public roads and bridges or both as and Mahew, wereWilliams, Elliott I he millionaire's wife has been the great nations of the earth have proving the out in the dense organized for the purpose of developing working side by side Twith the at last laid down the sword and American woods preaching the oil and gas. the Fiscal Court of said county may direct. gospel of peace to the Indians washwoman in the Red Cross taken up the implements of peace j stations; the banker with a sala f ful industry.and that our president This Company was organized January 1st, 1919, and Said taxation to run a period of 5 years- - and making this great Christian ry of ten thousand dallars a year, is now engaged in helping all the nation a possibility. From, these now owns has marched in the ranks of the nations of the earth, to live in peace 11 t smau Degmnings nave arisen a army, shoulder to shoulder with with each other, and love and wor Copy Christian civilization that is desthe plow boy; the college pro ship God, that their desert and tined to bless the whole' earth, to fessor has gone fourth in the wilderness countries, and "solitary j S. the remotest generations. Today ranks with ihe coal digger from places shall be made glad for them IN ESTILL AND LEE COUNTIES . ,jt is out proper tnatL we give the mines. Thus, this Govern and the desert may rejoice and blos: tkttnks to our Heavenly TTather Has a royalty interest in nine others and has six S.R.C ments becoming more and more som as the rose." l0r so ricn a heritage as this a great social compact, a great Taking it all together, we have wells contracted for with room for 125 more. -- country is.. common brotherhood. Then fol much for which to be thankful. The Bourbon Oil & Development Co. was organized Lost: A hound dog. Large For Samj: Oliver No. k and'l Tt. TTtmii to ;rno.-nnnf fv. dog, red, black back, tag No. 503. one Underwood Typewriter, alsoJtent only 18 months ago bv the same people who lowing the woids of the text, Respectfully, and resources of our beloved his return. organized The Co Operative Land & Development Reward for A. J. Piks. good neatmg stove, all in good America The average foreigner, Ave ought to thank God that the Company. $100.00 invested in Bourbon Oil Stock British Army has won from the E L. Crkss, Wabd, Ky. condition. Will sell iight. and many of our own people do infidel, (otherwise Feb 9 3t 18 months ago. is now worth $2,500 00. called the aw. J. Pish & Son. ot re'al ize the extent and the re- Oil is the greatest business of the age for big returns ... ful Turks), a great Empire more ' than a thousand... miles long received a in quick time. J. P. EIJrummontL gas wide, with two andt nearly from Newport, Tenn., By taking advantage of the accumulated experiences thound.mUespfsnavjgable.rivers that his mother 'Was dead. He gained from a close acquaintance with Eastern iefijon No. 3 1, .Wednesday night and hundfjs iof rniles pf Kentucky oil fields, and by .concentrating its Mr., aud Mrs. for ttkat city w e"ffortrion proven territory The of .thehtlmjin rce&nhe'selr-o- t l&bertrHaysg; of .Cincinnati, and liTnd;(!k Development Co. expect Jo reachadivi-dend-payin- g of Ederhe-connrxMrs. EMT VLUUn, Of. JTH.1.13, xvy., basis in an unusual short timt. ; Noah'sArkiiipdrin. the: home re I visiting relative; herV this This stock has advanced twice .in the last 30 days aid of AbrahanjB2lBlsao"and Jscobr ,weet. Died:, February 8th74Mrs. " is now selling at 30 cents per share. has;Joeewpa.vfor. cnrisuan IN J. N. 'Ward, 6frjiihw?'place "She Lafid". the site had bee a. sickrof-th- at Holv dreadful ! For particulars see, write- or 'phone- of the great Twpte.Jthe totb;of disease,; prieumonW.' "was She W-H-FItkeS&vior, the "buried at" the, fathify "burying SH gospel was first j3rotitd,lwv8 RroiklFT&Bjrond-.Slr- t - v. G VMVrtWiJm'fcwHT, a MT. VERNON KY . JS f. Ik. LOCAL. MANACWE ; ' LJHit T "-i .. JJ T '"i''ntul v?r & . , Xf am ppotemift, ,ud4 1fc mflaeo ot a 'm-VV- i ,.--, if " J " If 'V--. . 2r , .JV'-KV I iJ ' "W-u ly' ,, ' -- people,and- 'tbeJChrislSAa minis' Mj . 7M WB :TmlTrJ A T-? TtrrK-SthThSF- Xfc OUfBWftTB 2 -- 56" VT ." iJiiisr,. WMHtWlf 4irVt ! -- . T l. - WTWKm? l IXTWi Opposite the Court House 4 4 4l7TV 'V7 l. . w Jfc ? . " k .. - - , - -- -,- 4 auu-cosi- ui .. de15rfiyfiC e -- :,gi:arwh4t'grow-b. -- - -- r alTngteoTcinfisto tSW; iUr. ijm&ji r" jm . J3 ' Av tfe: V5 e - " - are-deepl- y sur-Wh- at -- i NOTICE! ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Term built-som- conn-trie- e Mul-lin- s, J.R.Evans, W that 1 "Are Tax i) -- THE Co-Operat- ive m attest: F. BOWMAM, FOUR PRODUCING WELLS C t -- LIVINGSTON mes-sage I Do You Want To SellYwiil rWrM FOR ANYTHING I obwtesopthecradle e ;-s- a the-garde- n -- y I I - 1 .JoMim -- SEE avih-zatiou.-'T- h RFAI FSTATF f-- H . - 1 -- the-citiewb.- ere ?TSiTWHPHHBBB. J 3 l!' .. i v- .- - r.d"U i ?-t- vL' fl -- iiiij f;! . N. J-- " r'Va- L "- - . i i ji " nin lArtrrii" w . ;..' sJ - i 1 sr vt-Fv j t j. i::i&-'.rrjraSe2S- v. S r. iu ji' .. . t.iv.ji.,' aB ' ift. - ? m,.vw r. anr Jias" s ei w . mhhu.'P' ... j - v4--:?- . 4 ' - - '-- :;' - -, .: ' -; ?? .v:-.- - v-- .. Mt Vernon Signal BROD HEAD lat - Frith have movei to the property !C D t C JVI H . ,t. ,M .1UU M U J 01 Jacuu i'.tueruu Airaueuiy succu. - 1 1 A - KJ V " I I H 1 Sa. R WO II Mr.and Mrs. W. P. Rigsby, of A few days ago a petition was beFriday, Feb 14, 19 19 County Lincrln. were here . Wednesday, ing circulated asking the Judge to call an election to obtain the guest of Mrs. Walter Robius Published every Friday by the sense, of the voters on the road EDGAR S. ALBRJGh 7. question that met with defeat November, and in our judgement $1.0 the result will be the same as SUBSCRIPTION OMH 7KAR last election unless the good peopl 'Advertising rates maae known on are informed as ,to the advantaij- r amplication to be derived from the law en acted for the benefit of counti 0 MBMBBB. OP like ours. Now we feel th KENTUCKY PRESS SSOCIATIOU every voter owes it to himself u lay aside all prejudice, dismiss tkWmmmmrmmmmTX from his mind that this is a m- re scheme to extort money from Well 'Armed - him" and endeavor to inform himANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce HON. E. BULLOCK as a cadidate for Representative from the Seventieth Legislative district, com posed 01 KocKcastle ana Laurel counties, subject to the action of the Repub lican party at its primary election on Auguat 2, 1919. resolution adopted by the Citizens Mass Convention That sixth in MtNeruon "was a humdinger regular w&llapooler. It not only condemned John Barleycorn but reached out and dealt a blow t0 gambling and pistol totin, then gave a solar plexus to the lie swearer. In condemning the last named crime, the Convention said a "whole heap." But let her be said again and again, for the curse of this old county is par jured testimony. Men boldly go upon the witness stand, in the a. of the officers themselves, and deliberately bear false evidence. This paper says very presence y arrest them then and there right on the spot; then fix a bond so high that they can understand the seriousness of the charge against them. When a bond is fixed, then require a good bond a surety out of whom the amount could be made by law. Then proceed to indict the criminals and prosecute them like the officials meant to stop the giving or such testimony. When this policy is pursued, you may take it from this old observer that such high ennies will stop and that very quickly. America must increase its dairy herds. There are only twenty-fou- r million milk cows in the United States today as compared with thirty-fivmillion in Dairy cows by the mil1914. lions iave been slaughtered for food .by Denmark, Sweden and Norway. All European dairy herd have been sadly reduced This country must provide and sell dairy products to all Europe. We jneed" more than forty-fivmjlUqn , inHk cows to do so adequately. The farmer who increases his dairy herd now is not only doing his duty to tbe world, but is certain to profit thereby himself. The shortage of milk cows positively assures high price for milk in the next four or five years. For your own sake, as well as to help the world, milk more and better grade of cows. Ship your cream to the city." You can get regular .shipping cans for that purpose and prompt pay for your milk e e self whether it is to his advantage or his disadvantage to vote or asrainst this question, it is very true that a great deaUof money has been expended in this county and to the masses of the peupic it appears to have been wasted; but this question has nothing to do with what has been wasted in the past, has nothing at all to d j with any road funds that may Lave been misappropriated, it is a question of vital importance and o- e that needs and merits your unbiased, unprejudiced and loyal support. We desire to catf especial attention to a part of Section 18, Chapter 23, Acts of the General Assembly of 1918, which is as follows: 'The costs roads of the constructed under the provisions of. this act shail be paid as follows:" "In counties having an assessed valuation of less than $5,000,000, seventy five per cent, shall be paid out of the State road fund and the remainder shall he paid by the county". Rockcastle county has assessed valuation of less than Five million dollars 'tr - inter-county'se- therefore the above applies to "us, and it is easily seen that for every dollar we pay toward road pur poses the state will pav three do!;. lars for the same purposes, then if this be true why is jt not a good thing for us ? The Acts,pf the General Assembly, above referred to, are now at the Citizens Bank, Brodhead, and we invite you to go there and read this section, acquaint yourself with the law and if you find it to vour advantage then vote tor your interests. It you are interested in your own homes, in your schools, in the welfare of yourself and those dependent upon you you owe it to yourself to post yourself in. this matter and then go to the poles and cast your vote wisely, intelligently and judiciously. "j. M. Brown, of Crab Orchard, sold to Arch Albright four lots in " the Henry addition for $200.;-M- rs. Smith Adams, who "was badly burned several days ago when her clothing caught on fire from stove, died at 2 o'clock Thursday of last week and her remains a. are very sick Hanging on the wall of the wiih ffci Mrs. Filard McClure is Christian Church is a work of art. very sick at this writing. Miss in the form of a Peace Banner, Winnie Falin, of Cove, why "is executed by the artist, James teaching here in the graded school was with home folks Saturday and Pinkerton, of this place, a uut-ou- t William Jennings design of a fifteen-fj)- t Golden Sunday. Bryan Owens was in Mt. Vernon, American Eagle, hovering over the world, which bears the mark- Tuesday, called there by the ing, "World Freedom and show court. Mrs. I. W. Catlin has re ing the lower outline of the United turned to her home at Highland Charley Mounts, of WinStates; a centerpiece shield of Park France, two American fl igs, pen-ua- chester, attended the funeral of shields of England, Italy and the little child of Mr.and Mrs. M. Prof. Chandler, Belgium, Twith a center panel bear- H. Mullins ing the inscription "Peace Unto principal of the Graded School All Peoples." This work took he1:e, was in Brodhead, Saturday many hours of skillful thought, and Sunday. Nfrs.Allen Mounts, designing and painting to com who has had tbe flue, is slowly George Smith, has plete, and .embodies a deep Improving thought of the great world prob- returned from Corbin, after a 5 ys cHirS M lem, thatjodicates a master brain few days visit with relatives in its execution' The artist dedi-date- Judge J.F. Dees was in Brodhead. When company comes this Peace Offering to the Monday, looking afterbis 'telethere is no time to Mrs. Samuel town of Mt. Vernon, and describes phone business.. waste no chances to Ward, who has been confined to it as follows : be taken so mother This embltmatic decorative her room for quite a while with sees that there is altribute to prospective peace at pneumonia, is much improved. ways a can of Asher and L. H. Rice were the time of signing the Armistice, was conceived by the designer ' callod to Denver, Colorado, on through the mental reflex action account of the serious illness of BAKING POWDER Ed Asher, who went there for of the cessation of hostilities on hand.- - Cakes, pjes, ms health a month or so ago. a calm after so great a storm doughnuts, muffins and Zack Hansel, of near Mt. Vernon, all good things to eat 13 a change from action to silence a desire to express, after a strenu- was here Sunday visiting his must be dressed up in David . their best taste and ous effort to assist in. helping to sons, El and Em mitt. looks. Smith was in Corbin, Saturday, conquor the Toe. the real feeling Then, too, her reputaof a christian people that had come on business. tion as a cook must 1". to halt. and she be upheld CATARRBAL DEAFNESS . preamble "stakes' it on Calumet CANNOT BE CURED France I a, friend in need, and every time. Sheknowsit.,' by local applications, as they with her allies called with, out will not disappoint her.'" and have "the. stretched arms i mploring cannot reacn the diseased por Order a can "company" kind of bakings tion of the "ear. There is only America, every day.. r' one way to cure catarrhal deaf, heeded the. call. J Jltmerica Calumet contains only such ness, and that is by a constitu been, ingredients aa hav action approved officially by the tional remedy. Catarrhal Deaf The Great American Eagle U. S.Food Authorities. ness is caused by an inflamed Yq MTt wfcea jtm 6 my it. spread;its wings over the United condition of the 4 mucous lining Tea MTe vhea jn tuc it. States, "arose, and with a speed unprecedented carried its pres- of the Eustachian Tube. When cms tuoe is mnamea you nave a tige, munitions and men, to a world invuanger hovered over rumbling sound or imperfect France, England, Italy' and Bel- hearing, 'aad .when it is entirely is the result. gium, lending the. encouragement closed,, Peafness mation can . be U n ress j tlwTTnfl a erciscd in selecting a couerh med of 'fesecvestinancelind material, rednqed..Jand.. this, tube restored S&ttiug Jhe icine for children. It should "bej to fauiteTing-popi-e, ifa. normal condition, hearing 'Sght anew- - flour Victory and. EJree- - .to pleasant to' take!' cntain no will be destroyed forever. Many harmless drug and. nibstTeffectuaT' cases of deafness are caused by jknd'-jfwas? so P;eace came at in cu ring. their-cough- i' and coldisV: eatarrhj, which is an inflamed Long experience that ttsji the Armistice.. condition of the mucous surfaces Uhamberlain's Cough . Remedy 'The cold thud of battle had left Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts tht u its" indentations of sorrow and meets these conditions.- It is a blood oh the muoous surfaces tired heart on the people A de the favorite with many mothers. of the sstem. "sire seemed to creep through the We will give One Hundred Dol soul oC man for revenge. But no. lars for any case of Catarrhal A' stifled brain, a tired body, Deafness that cannot be cured Ouarity to wield its sword, by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir rs conquered" pride, and so the good culars free. All Druggists, 75c. I spirit of man in a weakened con F. J. Eheney & Co , Toledo? dition, said, Let it be " Peace i Ohio. Unto All Peoples ' , World Freedom ' ' had been PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS accomplished: . Persons subject to periodic children, 01 ART Villi V. LIVINGSTON Graves, and one of Robert Mc-Olure- 's Children Cry for Fletcher's ! aHSflBJBJpjBjBSjBJBJHHBjSJH nt The Kind You Have .Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. i$Hjr77j. Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ' d" s Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric Drops and toothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS CALUMET 1 Jn (zfyxc In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtNTAUW COMPANY. NgW VORK CITY. The Kind You Have Always Bought J 1 NOTICE! Pursuant to a resolution passed at its Special Term, of the "Rockcastle Fiscal Court, February 8, J9J9, I, the undersigned, Sheriff, a willcause-- a poll to be 'opened in each of the re-spec- tive v c has-shown - per-mitt- ed For Weak Women r V. voting precincts of Rockcastle County between the hours of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., on the I5thday of March, 1919, for the purpose of submitting the, question to the voters: Are .you for a Property Tax of 20 cents on each $100.00 worth ofproperty in the County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year for a period of five years, for the purpose of improving the public roads or bridges ot said County, or either or both of them? s8 What public improvement is going on in Mt. Vernon? If we would grow, we must upite our efforts and combine oar capital. An enthusiastic community spirit should cause our people to meet and plan to do something that will advance this town and county. There is much to be done and we are losing most valuable time-ti- me that can never be recalled. So, gentlemen, let us be awake to s the necessities as well as the that peep out ahead of us. May wbe moved to do our level best to put Rockcastle on the map and make her a more desira ble place in which to live and do posi-bilitie- were buried at thePott's burying ground the lollowing day. Miss Hallie Barnes was visiting the family of Dr. D. B. Southard at Stan ford last week Mrs Caloway Simpson is quite ill and her recovery is considered very doubt' ful. -- Mrs. S. A. Barnes returned last week from an extended visit to her daughter. Mrs. D. B. Southard at Stanford. Eld. J.W. Masters is holding a. revival in Harlan county and will be in that county for some time. Mrs. md Masters was called to Williamsburg Saturday on account of the serious illness of relatives. R. EL Hamm sold last week to Jop Albright his residence property on Academy street for $3,000. Mrs. Brack Durham and The children, of Jackson, are with her p In use for over 40 years! Thousands of voluntary letters from women, telling of the good Cardui has done them. This Is the best proof of the value of Cardui. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, "medicinal ingredients, with oba4 habit-formi- ng after-effec- ts. E '. W : epjeogtje bilious attacks will observe that So the Great American Eagle their appetite fails them just be spreads i,tsr, wings over all "the fore an attack. That is, they World,. the, Allies, the Enemy, the do not really crave food but eat Emblems of the hearts of men, because it is meal time It they offers in this, trying time to All Peoples what is needed throughout the world, needed'by all par ticip'auts in the Peace negotiations, without greed, the one great idea, Good WilL will eat only & light meal and no meat, then take two of Cham berlain's Tablets the attake may be avoided.-- . February ""2i ! TAKE ft CASTORIA H flrs r&anr qfiJucc&jy WfOittUt wq rr Walter H. v Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR - FOR SALE. Registered Duroc boar. "Mil " lers Col. Orion" 22, No. 134,735. Farrowed April i9i8. Miller. 1 - .::::: - M-- w m J- CARDUI Woman's Tonic You can rely oa Cardai. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women! It should help. "I was takes sick, seemed to be . . . writesMrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. . r jTiiiiiii iTrtiM tn rD BHPP LKUNAi I'.iSamwtmr . Roaora of &JtQ&iJtnmQ ai-w- m M m "a.. 12, 1919. . . J. S. LANGFORD, Sheriff of Rockcastle County ............. P. . . - tl a . . K p - WHEN YOU WANT i. THv im.x business. More tobacco will be raised; more buckwheat harvested and better stocic bred in this year than was ever known in Rockcastle before. Hurrah for the farnefs of this old county! Tbe Sijcaai rejoices with every one of parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.B Albright, and other relatives here this week. George Brooks is Section foreman for the present. It is said that George is the youngest railroad man holding a position like this in the state. Mrs. Mitchell Owens, of Maretburgj was here Monday and Tuesday, V, themjn their prosperity tvt I- - -V j 2 .f Don't forget the meeting of the Committeemen of the various precincts in Mf.Vernon tomorrow, at 1 o'clock p.m it will do you The county wil good to attend. by the hearty benefit tkm of everybody on the enforce, west mi oar criminal laws. Drive tbe criiBWHd out, for we don't ttod them Mre. They are a the guest ot her sister, Mrs. M. H. Barnesr John A. Osborne closed a deal Wednesday with Fred Debline for his farm of 120 acres on the Somerset and Crab Orchard road for $1,500. Mr. Osborne will- - move to this farm March 1st.- - W.m. Potts sold his bouse and Jot on West street, near old fairgrounds, to Patric Harris for $375 and bought a house and lot from C.Q. Frith on Main street, opposite the Christian church, for 8oo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowling have moved to the prop erty recently purchased from Top Albright. Mr. and Mrs. Albright are occupying temppranally- a cottaee of R. H Ham It's near the deprt, ard Mr. d Mrs., U A. - a could hardly walk . . . Just staggered around. . . I read of Cardal, aad after taking one bottle, or before takwg quite all, I felt much better. 11 took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do y work. I take H in wbea-ras-do- wa. "I got down so weak, V. Ts r4 y the spriag I had ma annetile. aad I cossroced estisfr'tT 11 is ue nest tonic 1 cvtr; saw." Try Cardui." M hrXVVVVVAM i. e AH Drttf gists rorraTciwrs people. Unchecked catarrh soon breaks down the tissue and ' destroys the organs or part. Evidence of the ravages of' catarrh are all around us. Without desire to frighten anyone, we toy: "Guard yourself against catarrh as you would against the direst plague. Fortify your system. Take Peruna. IHSPIHPrG WORDS YOU THE SICK FROX THOSE "WHO KNOW. A Ge4 3fceUe te the FaaUlr. I had a bad case of LaQrippe and could get no rellet.-Pernn- a cured taa. It U a flne medicine. We the faaliv'asd nd it rood. fuJt'Uf lt-l:;... mrs. gates. . East: Jake Station. .8225 First Avenue. Ingkam. Alabama. I FEELS UKSt A T PERSON. Peruna has cared stn cbaad I feel Ilk a 4IKeretpraon.I-f!ita- , twelve bottles of Pe rbna wtiheut dlatreas, some oae for atteeb Tears. noi-uuut x X recommesa , Pemaa to averybody suffering with oatarxb of tbe stofnack ' lMt coiuaDus, Georgia,, j. v. THOMPSON. j. I t .FOR ALL FORM! Of CATARRH. WRITE FOft THIS IOOK. Teruna is Indicated ifr?aJi forms All sick and' Buffering; should of catarrh or catarrhal' mnammatlon and congestion of,, the mucous lin- write The Peruna Company, Dept. Columbus, Ohio, for Dr. Hart-maings in any jpart or organ, such as Health Book. k U nose;, throat;. bronchial tubes, luags, stomach, bowels, "kidneys, bladder, free and contains perhaps Just, the etc; It in fine for coughs, colds and Information you are seeking. It la effects of the grip, and an excellent sent to a plain wrapper to axiy ad' dress, i preventive Remedy. ' DatTTODAYV If you want health, ,3aait itpoa Saving Dr.-- . 'Hartmaa's .Warkl Tkr W LIQUID ORjTAlLET FORM. i FarasA Tonle. Ask yens Catarrh attacks the mucous linings, in any organ, In any part of the body. It is not. as some Imagine, confined to the nose and throat, although nasal .catarrh is the most common form and afflicts many -- Not a cure-al- l. but a ra tional reihedy for catarrh and all inflammation and congestion of the mucous mem- branes. .jii! Ill mm WTO Gome in and see us. A look is the surest way to find out, where you can get what you want for the least money. DON'T FORGET OUH DRY GOODS a A J mm Everything new and fresh andour prices right. GROCERY DEPARTMENT THE P.Q. GRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE Mt.Vembn Soath side West Main street . ..., ... j........ ................ ............. ? a .:, n gentry ........ j. b. Cummins, ... Prop. AAA... ;y aDdea-fearaaytklB- bt a ;tksu IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS K!dBr dlieaao Is as respecter of persons. A majority of tbe Ills affllctins people todsy can 'be- - traced back to kidney trouble. The kidneys are the most Important organs of the "body. They are- - the fllterers-th- e purifiers, of. your blood. Kidney disease is usually Indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pain in loins and lower, abdomen, sail stones, gravel, Theumatism, sciatica and lumbago. All these derangements are nature's signals; to- warn you that the kidneys need help. Tou should use GOLD MKDJOi Baarleu Oil Capfwles 'ta&ne-- .! - -- S-8- 2, n's Tbe-boo- " -- m L v - - t'WW dlately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates tha kidneys, relieves inflammations and destroys the germs which have caused It. Do not wait until tomorrow. Go to your druggist today aad insist on GOLD MEDAXi Haarlem Oil Capsules: In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the day you first heard, of GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem OIL. After, you feel that y5u have cured yourself, continue to taker one or two capsules each day. so as to keep ia condition and oS th. danger et other attacks. ward Ask for the original Imported GOLO MEDAL brand. Three sizes. Money refunded it they do not help you. first-class -- 1 , '1 V - t' ,.!?' tt-- , a " ,,BW,?lW?fl( ". VJ- - 7Vp?:sT?T;r if a 5"" X .'j. - "a - 1 t t r-' 79 the people in Rockcastle expect to have roads, they Mt. Veenon Ky, Feb. 14, 4919 had better take advantage of the opportunity now being offered. W.R. McChire has bought of tip "No. 79" irtxmxx want toOommunl. J. A. Oliver a stock of goods near oae .with SIGNAL, the depot in Berea and will leave in a few days for that point to live and take charge of his business. All Baptist members who have not paid your budget tor last LOUISVIU.C & ASHVIUX R. R. CO. month, please do so at once. Do not put it off. It is due each TIME TABLE. "If MtVernon Signal ever ' 79 The Land & Development Co. advised their local manager, W. H. Fish, by wire, last night that they had brought in their No. 4 oil Ross Creek in Estill county this week. This is estimated at 100 barrels or better. ve EL .4 W I LLAIL L A Rev. A J. Pike filled his regular appointment at Poplar Grove, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Delia Ping, of Walnut Grove, was Thompi M 22 24 J ) ) ) t . i There will be preachHugh McBee has a severe at23 south 12:35 pm Ing services at the Baptist Church Saturday eveniner 7 P. M. and tack of flu. Miss Myrtle Ha ram 21 South 12:45 a m Sunday 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. by was with her sister, Mrs. George Jas. Landrum, Agent. the Rdv. G. C. Mullins. Hasty, Saturday night and Sun We want every mem ber to hear Phone No. 8. day. Egbert Norton, of theWabd him and all others'who will. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflace section, spent a few days last week s mail matter. as with his cousin, J. W. Norton. ON THE SQUARE Born, to the wife of J. S Hasty, a PERSONAL fine boy, on Thursday, February BETWEEN,., 6th W. H. Cummins sold a pair Mrs. Minnie Merricks is very The following are a few plain The BANKS sick with the flu. facts which no man can deny con- of young mules to EmmitSowder, Mrs. H. T. Young is reported cerning the proposed road tax of Mt. Vernon, for $200. Miss Goffe, of Ocala, .was the guest very sick which will be voted on March I5. Ada of her cousin, Miss Dorothy T. F. "Warren will move to Berea Who asked that a vote be taken Owens, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. and go in business. in Rockcastle? Arthur Cummins and little The Signal to "W. H. Brpwn is moving to the day. It is not a Rodman Wiley the Commis- daughter, Isabelle, were with her courtesy property he bought from Chas. C. sioner of Roads for Kentucky. by the way, but it ad., parents, Mr. and Mrs J.M. CumDavis. is paid for in cash, at our esWhy did he make the request? mins, from Sunday until Tues W. A. Cox is playing the part Because as Commissioner, he day. W. H. Cummins is on the tablished card rates, without quibble or question. Well, after all I of assistant postmaster during wants to improve the roads. sick list. Mr. and Mrs. C. G.' did stop long enough to give you Mrs Brown's .absence. Herrin spent Sunday .with her How much will the tax be? an answer to vour question, didn't C. D. Sutton spent most of the mother, Mrs. Mary Cummins. 20 cents on each $loo But, so long." week in Cmcinati buying goods Goff is very low with pneu I? For how many years will the John "Hey, wait a minute', Bill, I for their big main street store. monia. Miss Cora Metcalf, of tax run? just want to tell you I'll see you Bee Lick, spent last week with John R Dotson has rented his 5 years. her sister, Mrs. W. H. Gammins. in the morning about another con. farm near Wildie to Britt Durham How much will that bring in Mis Pearl Hurst spent Sunday tract, believe mine's about out, and will move to Richmond, Ind. night with her grandmother, Mrs. isn't it? You durn journalists can Will Mullins will either go to from the countyeach year? Mwy Cummins. $8,500.00 each year. Mrs. Esmer always upset all my comfortable London or Berea to take charge reasoning and you sure do put a How much will the State pay? Cummins was with her mother, of a livery stable. He has options fellow to work." at both places. About $25,50000 and amount Mrs. Docia Smith, from Satnrdav Cashier A. M. Hlatt is here to- to be received from the Bond until Monday. Mrs Sallie Craig I day and reports C. H. Frith stall fund which will be added to "this ans Miss Sallie Owens spent Tues day with Mrs. Lottie Debord. a very sick man. He is better amount, $5,500 will make about For Infants and Childrea $31,000 the county will receive than be was several days ago. CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. In Us For Over Ytars Mrs Jones came up from Stan- from the State each year. There are people who never Always bears ffrS9 the ford yesterday to see her mother How much in all will that make have a movement of the bowels Riirnottir rtf . rfg x,, ioruxeads aach year ? Mrs S. H. Martin who i very siclcf without ic is producecUby. cathtm?c Between $39,000 and $40,000. but better than last reported. artic. Most of the nT have Ijought DOLLAMbAND CENTS. How much will our tax be Mrs Mary Willfams and Mrs that conditioa on vthemaevet'by. ? itoijly, in dollars and Cleo Brown left Wednesday for the use of mineral waters and hoWtaWh did thafr-ia- s cerit a two weeks stay with Judge and Not one cent. strong cathartics that take too cold cost you? A man may not Mrs. R.G. Williams at Cevingt on. How much tax do we pay for muck water out of the system and. aggravate the disease they always stop work when he has a Mode Crawford will move his all purposes now? are meant o relieve. A mild cold, but perhaps it woul'dSbe betfamily to the residence of Atty. $1.30 on each $100. laxative tonic like Chamberlain's ter if he did. It takes about ten J. W Brown, and occupy a porHow do you know that the tax Tablets affords a gentle move- days to get .Jrid of a cold under tion of the building. Mr and Mrs will be the same 'i. ment of the bowels thet you the usual treatment. That time Brown will retain such rooms as The Fiscal Court has made an hardly realize has been produced can be much shortened, by talc, they need. order that the tax shall not ex- by a medicine, and their use is ing Chamberlain's Cough Reme We are glad to be able to re- ceed $1.30 on the $100. not so likely to be followed by dy and proper care of yourself, port Mrs Carter McDowell, who m fact, a bottle of this "remedy How will this money be spent ? constipation. underwent a serious operation at in the house is a mighty good $7,000 on road to Crab London two weeks ago, as doing investment during the winter and same on road to Madison; Concerning Well- -. nicely. Mrs. McDowell is a spring months. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. same on road to .Laurel; some on Known Business road to Pulaski by way of HansDaily. x For Sale: Some hogs,' one mare and a pair of work- mules. Le Roy Hoffman a grandson ford; same on road by Maretburg, and Newspaper. Freedom through to Level Green Mod& Crawford, of Mrs J. C. Moore, came to our and balance on Langford road Mt. Vernon, Ky. WHAT CLARKSYILLE MERrescue this week in the absence to Orlando. CHANT THOUGHT AND of Mrs Merricks who is very sick - SALESMEN WANTJfiD How do you know this will be WHAT TME LOUISVILLE and has rendered very valuable to solicit orders for lubricating COURIER-JOURNAservices, making it possible to done? oils, greases and paints.- - Salary Because the Fiscal Court will get out the paper. THINKS or Commission. Address THE meet tomorrow and mate an Mrs Ella Franklin of Wildie The writer was walking along HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, had a message yesterday stating order to that effect. our main business thoroughfare Ohio. Will each Magisterial District this morning when he saw a rf that hei son Stephen Langford Hos- have representatives to see that friend, a merchant, standing non was seriously ill at the base pital at Camp Taylor. Sfie went the work is done and that each chalantly in front of his store FOR FLETCHER'S district gets a square deal ? Bantering him the newspaper man to see him yesterday. Private Langford has been overseas for Each Magisterial District will suggested that an ad in The Sighave two men who will meet with nal would put him behind his several months. aa Fiscal Court, see that their dis- counters. The merchant replied: LOCAL ::111 "ifes, Iknowthat but I don't trict is properly taken care of and Get your tobacco canvass at that a square deal is given to all. want to kill myself working. I & McBke's. Sutton How is the levy for 19 18 di- like to get out here once in awhile and enjoy the ozone, see the blue wood vided ? Wanted: A second-bansky and hear the pigeons coo, and cook stove. Theo. Pigg. It is divided as follows: 40 cents look here, Bill, I've been thinking CASH for State, 30 cents for County. O'Bryan Overalls for father and that I really ought not to have to General Fund, 17 cents for the boys at Fish's. advtrtise so much I've been here GROCERY schools, 20 cents for Bond fund in business for 25 years. I've Charley Philbeck has sold his and 22 cents for roads and been at this same RED BEANS ffi?lb stand. I've farm near Maretburg to Win J. bridges. Total, $1.30. handled the same merchandise all 'bams and moved to town. lb If the road election carries that time. I sell only reliable PINTO BEANS Fish's are showing some extra what will the rate for 1919 be? NAVY BEANS goods I've treated the public good spring suits for men and State 40 cents', General Ex fair and square. Now they know b Can TOMATOES young men from $45 down to $15. penses of County 30 cents, Bonds all about me and when they ned for Get your stock ready for the 20 cents, roads 20 cents, schools merchandise they know they can BEST CORN . opening sale at the Reckcastle 15 cents, bridges 5 cents total, come right here and get it. Now, Cans for Stock Pens, third Monday in $1 30. isn't that correct reasoning"?" March. If there is no decrease or any "Well, my triend,"said the newsMEAT 22C lb Circuit Court will adjourn to- increase in the tax why is it so paper man, "I can't stop fight LARD 25C lb morrow. This week has been de necessary that the 20 cents be now to show you the fallacy of your logic, for L must go to the 21 lb Sacks of MEAL voted exclusively to the trial of voted? . packages Uneeda Biscuit The State will not pay to any office to look after the advertisecivil and equity cases h a county unless the people vote the ment of another Hon. E. Bullock closed a deal tax? who recently Small cans pondenge4 Milkgc yesferday for 395 acres of land on How much will the State pay ? celebrated her fiftieth anniversary Large cani Milfc fot the east side of Kincald Ridge. in business, namely The -The State gives us $3.00 for 1. 5,v:f ,.. consideriVr Price not given but Weloiow The Courier-Journa- l, every $1.00 we pay. ed a valuoble piece of property. its achievements in the THE'DIFFJBRENCE' , r A boundary of fine timber on this If any man doubts these state past, its steady progress with the ', r ments, examine the 1918 Statute, forward march of time and events land is for sale. page 65, chapter 23, on roads, and Haidin Moore of Climax was in also write Rodman Wiley, Com and yet when the Old Lady wants town this weekand tells us that missioner of Roads, Frankfort, to get far reaching Iresults she geti them by the quickest, surest his nephew, Thomas Moore, who Ky. route, by Advertising And whenl was reported wounded and later Citizens Bank, Brodhead she wants toreach this section, At the killed in action in France, is very First State Bank, Livingston, or she advertises in The Signal, anmuch alive and with, the Army of any. law office in Mt, Vernon, a other leader, if in a smaller way, Occupation in Germay TOad taw, in the progress arid welfare of lth ,. S VnnV .Jeo aabestt&K tke cotamaaity.it must: ' Watch" Subscribe J Jukaburf Csl. Notice:- becond-cias- nortn. nortn 4.57 p 3:35 a m month. Church Treasurer the guest of Miss "Grace son, Saturday night and Sunday. T DRESS UP! IN ONE OF OUR NEW SPRING Hart Schaffner R & Marx Suits -- BEST SMILE FOR THE BOYS ARE COMING HOME AND-YOU- FEW PLAIN FACTS H THAT SELLS FOR CASH MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY ES TO R to-da- y. Sfce8toc&ae3 L. W. BETHURUiA, ATTORNEY AT LAW MT. VERNON, RY. XX p. T""X3325 ; Will practice in all the courts. x9c3y3icy DR. WALTER Dentist Office' Over - Office on Church Street Dr.M.K. Pennington Dentist 3 Baker's Stors MT. u. g. ; Will be at the Rockcastle Hotel about VERNON, KENTUCKY CASTOR 30 -- A FEBRUARY 20th For a week or ten days. See hirh if you need Dental v -- in-crea- v w ppr. Play AdrefdM m this fcluf'-hard- ,, s , r Work ... ! reg- ularly, .systematically. p the best goods you sell at the right price in this paper. TTTTT jBBbl l S HH HtMtMtMM Advertise in Signal a Or-char- d; - L NOTICE TO THE FARMERS THE received last Monday have all been 1 . I I Children fiASTOBI Car Load of Seed Oats sold. .yTTVTgftTy iffror-r-- n d Drum wowi'S I "have another car STORE -- -- 12Ctt 10c price, will arrive in Mt. Vernon some time .next week. 1 90c PER BUSHEL, I ALSO HAVE A same-- Oats, at the same which t 3-l- 2 2 35c 35c I old-time- r, sure-enoug- 3 85c old-time- r, Courier-Journal.- it-i- s 25c -- vm,cmm:$D sAyju -- at same price and it will be there next You will be able to get oats either at Mt Vernon or Livingston, as good as grows at only 90C TS. Car For Livingston week. - " - ".T..I , , - -- GET THEM AT Drummo nd's LIVINGSTON lIHliijilililffifllllli Ut. to-da- y. 1 v S J . 5 ' j 1 1. "5; R1 D ER I.. 4-. . iw 11 T,--.'.:,., VSv.fx TWV T 1 V...? V . .!ii J ' -- F ,.- . ?rv , - .V - ," , -- 4. : t:V . -- - &. .. i V4 X." 1! ,!k-;-: ' "" I zr Vt - i 1 J& . Alv.fi - ,- - ft i : WrfftT . i t Trer - -i- soes-? wrr-:- -- t - -- h: - - ag-rawtgi- i l ' ' - We quote vcu a few of our prices: JEj Gal. Syrup 3 lb.can 'I omatoes ,17C 40c S - To Prove. We Are Not Extortioners Oc " . j Vinton' Liberty ADVICE TO "FLU" Loan Boat Will CONVALESCENTS . Have Girl Sponsor SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS AFTER INFLUENZA mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHL mhmmmmm 3 lb.can Hominy IP 8c Soda , , 4c g Beane 5c Laundry, Soap , 5C fl 3 lb.can Blackberries'! J Steel Cut Coffee 25&J6 u 3 lb.can Saner Kraut 7c lb "j Oc iff 3 lb.can Pumpkin 15c Dried Beans, Flour, persack $ J50 . ttl 1 lb can Evaporated Milk 15c Best Coal Oil, gal, 20c 1 We can save you money Come to see us 3 lb.can Peaches 3 lb can String " 1 Gal. Syrup Arm & Hammer i EPIDEMIC. M PEOPLES B A NK THE BMMMMMMHaMMeMMMMMMMMMMMMr li. lHBHis , MMMMMMMBK2aEKwafs3 Service Warns Bublic Against Tuberculosis. One Million Cases Tubercu losis in United States Each a Source of Danger. Conval-nccnt- nfluenza " M iJQHN-ROBIN- I' x Margaret nscHEK. "XJOT a very big girl, MagareU And when she stands up alongside of a great ocean boat Bhe will not look any bigger. But she is going to christen a boat just the same. Vinton Coun-- , ty.Ohio, fiaa chosen her Haiv';-gare-t Fischer of Zaleski, Ohfo. to be sponsor'for the boat'which that county won the right to name. Yinton County w6n the distinction in the last Liberjty loan campaign whea .it was Jthe first county in the. Cincinnati area to attain its quota, in Liberty Fond . Should Have Which Hani, Lur.Qs txmined On Beoinninrj if Tuberculosis r.'o Cause for-- Alarm if Tuberculosif !s Rccocnlz'd .Early Potent Medl niics Net tO'DV Trusted. s ' i ColcJs Cfl. S ? . BRODHEAD ES29 Iliitii:::i. ' Xi isood ui worry If ymi 'alec irtiiiu ions. In time. riiugiii'M yuiti- - own con- V Ilcwure !iil)n".i!osis .t '' uftor In- - Of the People By the People FOR THE PEOPLE Bank Wite Us Start Yours Now ' iliuoti. Iii'i i Have yourdocutr 1in ivonr.lunK'Kvp.ml tlnu's at moil hly.uu.omils. Uullil up your k Htrcnih vi:li rifjht UviiiK. good foml and plenty of fresh air. , Diui'i wnsti; money on patent k mcciifln'cs advertised to cure tu- - "IktcuIos!s. IUcii!m USE a fresh-ai- r White ForSale by FaVvn F LIO U R Made from selected Red Winter The county's quota was it had subscribed that amount at the end of the first day of the drive. Its final subscriptions totaled $158,850. The boat is being bujlt in one government shipyards of " and probably will be readyfor the launching' in Spring' ,:u' sales. $l2O,50O,'and the-big- fnjuy life. crunk and UNCLE Wheat all Merchants, ,i SOt HAS BIG iPPETilE'iW FOR SAFE : .: iESlESIS EUEV-E.N- . A trial will convince you;" Satisfac tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Ip.JJKEN., BETWEEfL JWEWXY TY.FIVE MILLION BONDfBUY. XAkE Blt theTr heads ' I - -- Grab Orchard Milling Co, CRABORCHARD, KY. ac etsnfstat -- jvfep sfla&'e- - Z wbt- t the prospec't "of floatinga FiifebUibi. rty 'Loan TnAprJlare.iYjn foolt for nought in Eoiue figures "whYchJbiv ogton Washington; D. C. (Special.) to a report made to the Unltei States Public Health Service, the op (li'ink- of Ijil'.ueiK'.ii In Spain has al "f fatly caused an Increase in the prevalence- and deaths from pulmonary tu hereuiosis. A similar association be tween influenza and tuberculosis wu e, recently miTile by Sir Arthur the chief medical ollicer of tht English public health service, In h' analysis oMIie. tuberculosis death run in England. In order that the people of the Dnlt ed States may profit by the. experience of other countries Surgeon Genera Rupert 'Blueof the United Sta'tes Pub He Health. gervlceJias Just Issued i warning emphasizing the need of spe cinf precautions at the present 't!ni "Experience seems to Indicate." say be Surgeon General,- - "that person whose Tesistance has beenweakene tiy an nWnck of InlhiQnza are peculini Jy itlsceptible fo tuberculosis. ,Wlt millions of its people1 recently affecte w oi wlth Influenza this favoringSRspread o fers cgodtttojjs New.-holijittM-no- Public Sale! Sfi. I SnIll on x ecently been comgiledby officialsot he Treasury Departmjent at ,Wash ' " -- tulrcuf6si&" rhursday, February 20 th At My Farm Adjoining John Harris About 2 Miles South of Brodhead Offer for Sale to the highest and best 1 . . V; . ir-- The "figures giye us ,some idea-- ol ,usthow-bian appotite for safe In ?estment;this country has attained ir g Some of the" more striking of thf figures preferred to follow: -E A bond.market-which-hadies3 Jk tj c Stop T? and ins Think " first move than 300,000 cuctemers tWo"Vears ago had at the close of 1918 between 20,000,000 "and ' 25,000,003 buyers. Ji'l.lK.SB.eBO worth of bonds in LlbctiyT.Ppnds alone 3n3l91B?Zt One Million .Consumptives In the United iates. "Then, you consider this' a was asked, "fii my opinloi It n, tlibugh I hasten to add It Is dl ti nelly one against which the peoph canjjuard. So far as one can estimate "there are at present about oue milllot cages' of tuberculosis In the Uniten States. There Is unfortuuutely no .complete census available to show ex sprinu--inenlicc?- " a winning: The army '.,. of. buyers o"f afctly absbrbed j battle of fife Is made when savIt ing beg will educate you financially by developing traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness. Every, deposit made with us is a step. toward Independence Start an account with us today stick to it and Bank of Mt. Vernon & --- - - t zz of the zrzzzz: Mt.Vernbn.Gra;dey arid High School . The Normal Department tion prapproximately 15,000." If these proportions hold true for the United States as a wfiole they would Indicate that aboat.pnp In every hundred periods Is tuberctilous.,'yEachof these danger to be constitutes a sourca-o- f guarded against" jiarket iS expla'ned, perhips, bythe What to. Do. .'act that the entire indebtedness .of In. his statement to the public Surtoday amounts the United States less than 7 per cent of the geon General ,Bfue points out how estimated national wealth. The na- those who have had influenza should protect themselves against tuberculo; tional debt amount? to only about sis. "All wXohave recovered from 170 per capita. . ..says the Surgeon General, Some of the national debts are: "should have their Inngs carefully ex Great Britain, 44 3 per cent of national wealth or $360 per cap'ta; France, amined by ajcompetent physician. In 41.25 per cent of national wealth or fact, it la desirable tohave several ex$296.90 per capita; Austria, 84.66 per aminations made a month apart Such cent of .national wealth or $242.90 per examinations' annot, be made through capla; and Germany, 3fc.7 per cmt of tEevclothIngnor! cart they be carried out in national wealth or $305.90 per capita. lungs two cirLthree minutes. If the are foumi to be free from tuberThese figures on Germany are.ecclu culosis every effort should be made to sive of the ninth war loan, accurate returns of which never were had, and keep 'them so. This can be done by in the cases of both Austria and Ger- - right living,' good food and plenty of .many np account 'is taken of 'any rih- - fresh air.' JSanoer 8ljnt. aemnmes wnicn tnose nations may "The Snrgeoa. General warned espeto pay. have Japan is the only big nation which cially against, certain danger signs, has a lower per capita debt in relation such as ""decline" and "colds which to its wealth than the United States. These, he xnla!ned. were often the, -' --- i917these bond bu'yers de?ted a total of $.16,974,329850" Liberty Bonds. A .further development which has .he optimistic turn is the market rhich J)ond dealers find right now for Very sort of . bonds municipal, school, industrial, etc,, Bond dealorc ire selling out all legitimate offerings vith suph celerity that they are coninually seeking about the country for jew issues to market. This healthy condition of the bond erty Loans which wpre floated in theyJar .ln thewo year? Dounting.rtlTe frst aria'sconiJlLib sons In each state despite the fact that most of the states have uiade the dis ease repoflaljle. In New Yojk city where reporting has been In force for many years, over 35,000 ca'ses bf'tu berculosls are registered with the Department of Health: Those familiar with the sftuatlon believe that the addition of unrecognized and unreported cases would make the- - number nearer 50,000.' TJi very careful health surrey .conducted during the past two ears In Framtagham, Mass revealed 200 cases of tuberculosis in a popula- the number of tuberculous per bidder the following : One Span Mules, 5 yrs. old; one span Roan Mares, 6 yrs. old; one Cow; 12 SKdats; 2 Calves; Farming Tools, Cutting Harrow, Riding Cultivator, A Harrow, two Land Plows, one Hillside Plow, one Buggy and Harness, one Wagon and Harness, Household and Kitchen Furniture. All .under $10.00 cash in hand; over $10.00 a credit of 9 or 12 months on negotiable note will be given. 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A'gricultarefnd Lara's "The Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enterat any time. Tuition Review Course $3,C0 a '" - " MAboTT51or not. trusit Jn,e:inls: leading statements, of pnscrupuloug Cjf ,. fakers. There Hatn iAllowed he d not ialways be slavin-- . . patent c. BBedtcisk for fte cure of .Is. no specif medicine hlork.whUe rm,fit," The money ''spWon such kaiathe-yUh- . 4afei liqiZqlAtV For I buy bonds with cash that I'n beent-Jnstecafo- r ceoclfood aad dt-f savin'." , New , is curable, in thejearly' stages. Medicines Dangerous In Tuber. -eulosls."- - linns -1 Ml Q 3- , MoreShoes AT .... - SEE Hraal ..o H i BROWN'S i H .1' tuber-culqgl- s". II i I PLENTY. OF FRESH " as MeatsGroceries AND ON-E-- in re PAcr.nP-ftB1J itutuuiumi, i 2 yllb-T- Hf WC.5 illiame ATTOR Ci W L, j :'4 High ontt. ;. - ' ' school k . V - . "L -? ig5fT.YBKNON,KY. tfc . si pRopBwrrai rt foriTr m " B vtM,"' MJ J, rfii Aiinn isu EVERY ONE KNOWS THE QUALITY " . $4.(00 -- v v Vernoiftf lmkotj Mt.Special . 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