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VERNON, ennui X t Wli ZX2XXE ESTABLISHFD J887 VOLUME XXXII ROCKCASTLE COUNTY.Y., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 1919 NUMBER SO FOR REPRESENTATIVE L&gy Texas 4e from the out ana ao mucn preacning, IjPaso on the my only Alternative is to get a cistern' bor't.W. west that would raeh from the little sermon occasionally in one Atlantic Ocean .e&ar ' across corner of your paper. Belgium and Germany My text will be found in Isaiah. France, beyond Berlin. Or it .Would reach 31:1. border of "Tho wilderness and tho soli from the southern France to Manchester England. tary place shall be made glad for would reach" from tbe them and the desert shall re California the southern shores fof France juice and blossom as tho rose " in 2- - sources of this graml country of ours! Just think t It, Texas CONTRIBUTES INTEREST-IN- could raiso almost eMjbgb cotton to supply the worldj Tho rulers ARTICLE in Germany seemed ijjot to know when they treated f the United Brodhcad, Ky. States with perfect Dnteptthat Editor Mt Vernon Signal, statejUhat Is as Dour Sir und Brother: I feel we have one large as Germany, Btlgium, HolWoe is unto me, like Paul land and SwItMtlgiKiwith a few if I preach not the go'spcll but my square ffi and that health has been such, for the REV. A. JPIKE G ZXE XZZXHZEZE 2K2 B HOW ARE sd, Jtr XTvJ. Quaker Oats, (GOODBTBEL) ICES per box per lb H ES E S Qoffee 12c 9 s Hammer Soap, per bar Compound Lard, per lb 5c 8 R ! this passage is a pertaining prophecy, to the kingdom of Jesus Christ. But this glory and prosperity often times depends upon the changes in nnterial things, in order that the blessings mav be given in spiritual things. Taking this be profoundly Of course, clear across France,? Belgium, Holland and into the North Sea. California would reach from tbe Atlantic Ocean on the east clear across France, Belgium, and Germany to Berlin.. Montana is nearly as large as Germany. And wheu wo think of 'this , North wiwteraess and wLtaMbffic4rcase-- -- t kf WwTlX thankful to day TSSStPSTWr with its 9,430,000 square miles of that this prophecy of the ancient territory, with Its 210,000,000 preacher is being fultilled in this tfie fulfil f a kinds nt less than wholesale prices. our day and generation. Large population, we can see wilder-nes- s ment of the tracts of desert lands in the far To tbe Republicans of the 70th Legislative District of Kentucky : flndtljo solitary place shall I hoieby onnounco myself as a candidate for tbo Republican nomi- west as large as kingdome have be madeghul i0T them and the nation for Representative from this District, subject to the action of been reclaimed and filled up with desert shall rejoice and blossom the Republican party as expressed in tho primary election, the 2nd industries and liberty loviog as the r'psec" As we think of it, Opposite the House people, aqd the christian minis diy of August, 1919. we ought to giro thanks to the TV 4 4 4 iSfTTVi 4 JNrTTV4 4 4 4VT-yVIn making this announcement I desire to refer tbo Repnblicaris tery has followed, and in chap Alwise 'Iteing for tha splendid to tbo record that I made while serving in this capacity during the el or gospel tent has proclaimed crops In 'past yesjr. The 1916 session. It my record is approved bj mj constituency, I feel Jesus Christ and salvation in His yield of "wheat was 'Dearly a christian manhood, and christian county of Rockcastle awake to a forts during the sickness of their that 1 should bo endorsed by being again returned to Frankfort. If name. Thus the desert has re- thousand million Ibusbdls. One womabood, is destined to become sense of their duty, and we be- son, and especially Mesdames I utn successful in tbo coming primary and shill be elected in joiced and blossomed as tht rose, half pf this is.enough (d furnish one of the greatest wheat grow-inc- r lieve it will not bo long until Geo. Griffiu.W.R.Dickerson, D B. r is banished Ramboand B. H. Griffin. J. H. fields in the whole wofkh Al tvery November I will do evervthlnrr within my power to psoperly repre both materially and spiritually, bread tor the people of the ., ready1 deserts. In thaipmwfryj from our midst, and we can give Walton, who has been very sick sent this district and advance tho best interests of all the peoplo of and we ouBht to unite in thanks I United States.. ' -- j burial. for some time is mugh ttnpriured. our Heavenly-Fathireclaimed. TmacsTpOlirtJaho-Barleycor- n those two counties. .. i . !gnK . LastyearTwe sent or hundred We" understand jhat the "surffiPffHIk of dates are being from which it is to bo hoped thero Thanking you for honors heretofore conferred, and assuring you for such inestimable blessings. million pounds of butter and orchards W- Then it is befitting, too. that we planted. Under Engish control, will bo no resurrection for him. veyros have completed the sur-thoy are deeply appreciated, I beg to remain, that cneese to tne antes, loaay mo rejoice to day because this Ameriof steamers What a nice country this would vey of the route for the pike up Yours sincoroly, of the world are look, there are thousands ca cf ours, at one time a wilder-nos- countries on the Persian gulf and tho Tigris be if the curse of whisky was for- the river, and they claim that E. BULLOCK. to tho United States not only for has been made to rejoice' They tell ever abolished, and crime be work will commonue when spring rivers. bread and meat to sustain life, and Euphrates and blossom as a rose under tbe us that there is more traffic on the come almost u stranger. The opens up. We aro not a doubtevangelizing of foe world magic touch of christian civiliza but the is on any thing to do is for all citizens to ing Thoraos, nor a prophet, but must be led by tbe messengers of Tigris river, than there tion. Just think with me for a river near London, fiagdad is assist the officials in this work, will be glad when it is completed. the cross, from this land of ot all working together the battle O. J. Rico has returned from few minutes. In 1607, a few ad christian civilization. Today the destined to become the center gentlemen venturous English a tremendous commercial activity would bo half over.- Take whisky Cincinnati after a few duys in messengers of the gospel from lauded on the James river in Tho out of our county and there will that city. John Cockrell was in America are carrying the gospel under christian influence. what is now called Virginia; they Paris, Ky from Saturday until vast deserts between tbe site of be many more happv homes. tidings of salvation to all coun , Sunday. Died: February 9U1. Thirlon Mrs. Ab Wolf, who has built some cabins and a log meet Babylon .and the river on the face ot the earth. ancient little son of Mr. and Mrs. M. been confined to her room for tho ing house, and hewed a baptistry tries will in a few years, be reof the work in Africa, Jordon out of a trunk of a tree, whore Think brought into a state H Mulhns, 9 months old the 23rd past six months, remains about Call day of February, I9I9 India and Ohina. Under the claimed and among others, many Iudian prinRev. Masters, of of high cultivation, and tne gospel ot this month. He was laid to rust tho samo. touch of christian civilization. J Monday in the family burying Brodhead, filled his regular apcess and daughters were baptized. to listening under the influence of a will be proclaimed stood num ground in tho Ward cemetery. pointment at tho Christian chuich Then thirteen years after the and tbat multitudes where once seconded by On motion of christian Governor from Ken G. S. first landing at Jamestown, some idolatry. We cau The parents of the little ono havo Saturday and Sunday. tucky, Porto Rica, has adopted erous temples of others of the same race, after a now see the fulfillment ot our text. tho sympathy of the entire com- Griffin was in Mt. Vernon, MonMullins, it is ordered by the the stormy voyage crossing the At prohibition of tbe liquor traffic, I tbtnk today morr than ever be- munity, as they lost their homo day, attending court. J. R. Mink and China has redeemed herself, and olmost everything they had was in Louisville latter part of lautic with their Sheriff of Rockcastle County open a poll in each one bleak winter daybibles, landed and her four hundred million fore we can sing: about a month ago by fire. Mr last week to so; his brother, who on the shores people from the opium trade. The morning light is breaking, Mullins requests us to say of what is now called Massachuthat has come from over seas and is darkness disappears, The Many of tbe wild tribes of Africa of the voting precincts of Rockcastle County on setts. he wishes to thank the citizens of now at CampTaylor. -- Mrs. John The sons of earth awaking have been transformed from Livingston for their utitiring ef Continued on 2nd page. Theso peoplo the 5 day of March, I919, to ascertain the will trees, clear thebegau to cut down savagery to christian civilization. To penitential tears. forest and wor- Again wo feel like it fitting on Each breeze that sweeps the ocean, God. These of the electors of said on the question of ship little colonies, people, these occasions like this, to thank God Brings tidings from afar, two (though they for the spread of tho fraternal Citations in commotion, did not know 1',) were fulfilling 20-ce- nt Road the words of my text. "And spirit Guided by the word of Prepared for Zion's war. " you in favor of voting a Then as a nation, we ought at God, we are becoming more and CoCo Land & while these colonies wore formmore one people. The war has the beginning of this new year 19 19 for the purpose of constructing and im- ing the beginning of a new retaught us many good lessons. thank our Heavenly Father,' that public, Roger Is an owning operating and marketing company, the public roads and bridges or both as and Mahew, wereWilliams,theElliott Tho millionaire's wife has been the great nations of the earth have proving out in dense organized for the purpose of developing by side with the at last lafd down tbo sword and working side American woods preaching the oil and gas. wash woman in tho Red Gross taken up the implements of peace of said county may direct. gospel ot peace to tho Indians the Fiscal stations; the banker with a sala- ful industry.and that our president This Company was organized January 1st, 1919, and and making this groat Christian Said to a period of years. nation a possibility, From these ry of ten thousand dallars a year, Is now engaged in helpingInall the now owns peace of tbe earth, to live marched iu tbe ranks of the nations small beginnings have arisen a has army, shoulder to shoulder with with each other, and love and Christian civilization that is desCopy God, that their desert and tho plow boy; tpo college pro tined to bless tho whole earth, to fessor has gone fourth in the wilderness countries, and"solitary tho romotcst generations. Today S. ranks with the coal digger from places shall be made glad for them, IN ESTILL AND LEE COUNTIES it is but proper that we give tho mines. Thus, this Govern and the desert may rejoice and bios: thanks to our Heavenly Father Has a royalty interest in nine others and has six ment is becoming more and more som as the rote." wells contracted for witli room for 125 more. as this ior so rich' a heritage a great social compact, a great Taking it all together, we have couth ry is. bo thankful. The Bourbon Oil & Development Co. was organized For Sale: Oliver No 5 and The world is ignorant of the ex common brotherhood. Then fol much for which to Lost: A hound dog.. Large only 18 months ago bv the paine people who Respectfully, dog, red, black back, tag No. 503. one Underwood Typewriter, also, tent and resources of our beloved lowing the wotds of tho text, organized Tho Co Operative Land & Development wo ought to thank God that tbe A. J. PlKK. Reward for his return. good heating stove, all in good America Tho average foreigner, Company. $100.00 invested in Bourbon Oil Stock British Army has won from the E L. Crkss, Wabd, Ky. condition. Will sell .light. und many of our own people do 18 months ago is now wortli $2,500 00. infidel, (otherwise called the awFob 9 3t J. Fish & Son. ot real lze tbe extent and the re- ful Turks), a great Empire more Oil is the greatest business of the age for big returns than a thousand miles long in quick time. J. P. E. Drummond received a and nearly gas wido, with two ftjMsage ;from Newport, Tenn., By taking advantage of tho accumulated experiences thousand miles of navigable rivets that his mother was dead. He gained from a close acquaintance with Eastern and hundreds of miles of sea left on No. 31 Wednesday night Kontucky oil fields, and by concentrating its coast. Mesopotamia, the cradle for that city. Mr. and Mrs. efforts on proven territory Tho Co Operative of the human race, tbe sent of Kgbert Htyse, of Cincinnati, and Laud & Development Co. expect to reach u the garden of Eden, the country Mrs. Ed Quinn, of Paris, Ky., d-paying basis in an unusual short Unit. Noah's Ark rested in, tbo home are visiting relatives hero this This stock has advanced twico iu the lust 30 days und of Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, week. . Died: February 8tb, Mrs is tiow selliug at 30 cents per share. has been won for christian civili- J. N. Ward, of this place She IN zation. Tbe Uoly Land, the site bad been sick of that dreadful For particulars seo, writo or phono She was of the great Temple, the tomb of disease', pneumonia. tho Savior, the cities where tho burled at the family burying R Sho gospel was first preached, have ground, near Brodhead. LOCAL MANAGER all been restored to humanity, and leaves a husband and a .host of KY. MT. VERNON, KY, PHONE 27 MesWe the gospel of Jesus Christ. friends to mourn her loss. opotamia, under the Influence ot are pleased toseo tbe good old aVW&e-Y- i; HON. E. BULLOCK 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 $U9 per pair. Good Heavy WORK SHIRTS for 98c. "Arrow Brand" COLLARS 4fcacfe If you need HARNESS .r SADDLES. eonie and see me. I carry the only complete line in Mt. Vernon and tho prices aro right. PAINT! PAINT! text,-"Th- e P The Bright Spot just W F R AK FR Court 4 WT ft 'he' boot-legge- 4 r4 arfe-bcia- ff - ' s NOTICE! ROCKCASTLE FISCAL COURT Term 8th J. R. Evans, - Mul-lins- I W D Court that 1 County "Are Tax THE - Operative Development ; Court run taxation attest: 5 wor-shi- p FOUR PROOUCINC WELLS F. BOWMAM, S.R.C.C. I LIVINGSTON I I I Do You Wanf To SeTf Your DO Farm! I FARM ? YOU WANT TO BUY A FOR ANYTHING 11 SEE IRFA FSTATFRH-MILLE:- MT. VERNON, I I I dividen- W. H. FISH -i. -- - JlwrT M BKOD H "-f- U n tfMWOMMM .- - cob Elder on Academy strict. M .anu . P. Kigsby, of A fe nays tigou potlibnwiwbJ FkidaV, Fe' 14, 1910 Wednesday, ing circulated asking tno Count.' Lin In, Judge to cull mi election to obtain tho juicst of rs Walter Rnhliw Publishtd every Friday by the souse of the voters on tliero.ul EDGAR S. AI.PKIC1, 7. question that met with defeat last. wr ril A 4f Jr&SL HM-t- J. November, and in our judgement Vsi-EJit.O the result will 'bo the same a SUDSCKIPTIdN OV WW last election unless the good people Advertising rules maui known on aro informed as to tho ndvatitag application to be derived from the law .enacted for tho jbenefitof counti MKMnnKOP Now we feel t'.i ' like ours. SSOCIATtON KENTUCKY I'HESS every voter owes it to himself t I......-I.I- ..! 1. .linn ttirttii.. f 1x111 his mind that this is am to scheme to extort money from inform himhim and endeavor self whether it is to his advantage or his disadvantage to vote ANNOUNCKMKNTS or against this question It is We niv aulliorlzi'il td uiiiiouinv very true that a groat deal of HON B. Hl'U.OCIC money has been expended in this as a cailldaie for Kcpivsent.itlve from the Seventieth I.ejrlslatlw; tltttrlct, com county aud to tho masses of tho tutted of Rockcastle nnd Laurel conn pe-- 'c it appears to have been ties, subject to thf action of tlie wastec'; buttlii question has noth- gin When company comes parly at Its primary election on ing tt do with 'what has bet .nnkA tr nr. Aupiitt 2, 1819 was'eJ in tho past, has nothing at bo talcen 50 mother ,T hat sixth resolution adopted nil t ) with any road funds that sees that there is always a can of by the Citizens Mass Convention may l..ive been misappropriated, in Ml Nernon was a humdinger it is r ..uestion of vital importance a rOKular w&llitpuuler. 'It not and ii- e that needs and merits only condemned John Barleycorn your u.ibiased, unprejudiced and BAKING POWDER but readied out und dealt a blow t0 loyal support. We desire to ca'l on hand. Cakes, pies, gambling und iiistol toliu, then especial attention to a part of doughnuts. muffins and gave n solar plexus to the lie Section 18, Cnapter 23, Acts of all good thines to eat swearer. In condemning thela&t the General Assembly of 1918, must be dressed up in their best taste ard named crimo, the Convention said which is as follows: "The costs looks. " But let her bo of the a "whole heap seat roads Then, too, her reputasaid again and again, for tho constructed under the provisions tion as a cook must curse of this old county is per of this act shail bo paid as foland bhe be upheld jured testimony. Men boldly go lows:" "In counties having an as"stakes" it on Calumet upon the witness stand, in the sessed valuation of less than every time. She hwivs it will not disappoint her. very presence of the ollicers 5,000,000, seventy fivo per cent. Order a can and fcava the thornsOre, nnd i)g)iheraie)y bear bn) luxiKitd oat oi tbe.Stateroad "company" Und cf bakings false evidence. Tbi.s paper says fund and the remainder shall he every day. em then and arrest-ih t paid-by- -t he county".--- Eoefceastle-fas have been on the spot; then fix a bond county has assessed valuation of approved officially by the so high that they cau understand less than Fivo million dollars U. S.,Food Authorities. " Yon the seriousness of the charge theiefore the above applies to us. im wnen yoo bay it. Too (tie wars jou use it. against them. When a bond is and it is easily seen that for every fixed, then require a good bond dollar we pay toward road pur a surety out of whom the amount poses the state will pay three dolcould bo mado by law Then lars for the same purposes, then to indict tho criminals and if this bo true why is it not a good FOR THE CHILDREN. prosecute them like the officials thing for us ? The Acts of tho Too much care cannot be ex meant to stop the giving of sucli General Assembly, above referred ercised in selecting a cough med testimony. When this policy Is to, are now at the Citizens Bank, icine for children. It should be pursued, you may take it from Brodhead, and we invite you to pleasant to take, contain no this old observer that such high go there and read this section, hat mless drug and most effectual crimps, will stop and that very acquaint you rsclf-- it lithe law and in curing tneir coughs and colas ' quickly. if you iiud it to vour advantage Loug experience has shown" that your interests. It Chamberlain's Cough Remedy America must increase its thou vote lor you are interested in your own meets these conditions., It is a dairy herds There are only homes, in your schools, in tho favorite with many mothers. million milk cows in twenty-fou- r dethe United States today as com- welfare of yourself and those pendent upon you you owe it to thirty-fivmillion in pared with Dairy cows by the mil- yourself to post yourself in this 1914. lions have been slaughtered for matter and then go to the poles infood by Denmark, Sweden and and cast your vote wisely, telligently and judiciously. All European dairy Norway. T. M.,Browu, of Crab Orchard, herd have been sadly reduced This country must provide and sold to Arch Albright four lots in sell dairy products to all Kurope. the Henry addition for Smith Adams, who was badWo need more- than forty five million milk cows to do so ade- ly burned several days ago when Tho farmer who in- her clothing caught on fire from quately. In useforover40years! creases his dairy herd now is a stove, died at 2 o'clock ThursThousands 0! voluntary not only doing his duty to the day of last week and her remains letters from women, tellworld, but is certain to profit were buried at thoPott s burying ing 0! the good Cardul thereby himself. The shortage ground the lollowing day. Miss LK has done them. This It of milk cows positively assures HallieBarnes was visiting the fam the best proof oi the valua high price for mill; in the noxt ily of Dr. D. B. Southard at Stan Ti Mrs Caloway ford last week of Cardul. .It proves that four or five years. For your own Cardul Is a good medicine sake, as well as to help the Simpson is quite ill and her re for women. world, milk more and better grade covery U considered very doubt ful. Mrs. S. A. Barnes returned There are no harmful or of cows. Ship your crciim to the drugs In last week from an extended visit city. You can get regular ship Cardul. It is composed purpose and to her daughter. Mrs. D. B. ping cans for that Kid. J.W. only of mild, medicinal Southard at Stanford prompt pay for your milk ingredients, with bo bad Masters is Holding a revival in What public improvement is Harlan county and will be in going on in Mt. Vernon? If wo that county for some time. Mrs. TAKE would grow, we must unito our Masters was called to Williamsefforts and combine our capital. burg Satuiday on account of the An enthusiastic community spirit serious illness of relatives. R. should cause our people to meet H. llatnin sold last week to J op and plan to do something that Albright his residoace prop will advance this tuwu and county. erty on Academy street for There is much to be done and we $3,000. Mrs. Brack Durham and The Woman's Tonic 1 are losing most valuable time-ti- me children, of Jackson, aro with her You can rely oa Cardul. can never be recalled. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.B Althat Surely It will do for you VA So, gentlemen, let us be awake to bright, and other relatives hero what it has done for so tho necessities as well as the this week. George Brooks Is many thousands of ether that peep out ahead of us. Section foreman for tho present. women! It should help. May we be moved to do our level It Is said that George is the young"I was taken sick, seemed to be ," rv best to put Rockcastle on tho est railroad man holding a posiwritss.Mrs. M?ry E.Vesle, map and tun We her a more desira tion like this in the state. Mis. cf Madison Heights, Va. hie place in which to live and do Mitchell Owens, of Maretburg, "I got down so weak, business. could hardly walk . . . was here Monday and Tuesday, just staggered around. M More tobacco will be raised; tho guest ot her .sister, Mrs. I read 0! Cardul, John A. Osborno and after taking one botmore buckwheat harvested aud H. Barnes. tle, or before taking quite better stock bred in this year closed a deal Wednesday with all, ! felt much better. I was ever known in Rock Fred Dehltno for his tarm of 120 than took 3 or 4 bottles at castle before. Hurrah for the acres on the Somerset and Crab that time, and was able to Mr. Orchard road for $1,500. farmers of this old county! The do my work. I take It in the spring when runSignal rejoices with every one of Osborno will move to this farm March 1st. Win. I'otts sold his down. had no appetite, thorn iu their prosperity. and commenced eating. house und lot on West street, near It is the best tonic I ever Don't forget tho meeting of tho old fairgrounds, to Patrlc Harris saw." Try Cardul. Committeemen of tho vuiious pre- for $375 , and bought a house and lot from C.ll. Frith on Main street, cincts in Mt. Vernon All Druggists ut o'clock p.m. It will do you opposite tho Christian church, 1.70 Tho county will for $800. Mr. und Mrs. Frank good to attend. Bowling hae moved to the prop benefit by the hearty, kAVvVVVVAVv5 lion of everybody on tho enforce, erty recently purchased from lop inent of our criminal laws. Drive Albright. Mr. and Mrs Albright tho criminals out, for wo don't are occupying temporarily a or ruTCHCirs They are a cottage of R. H HauiM's near noed them here. ard Mr. and Mrs. O. A. curse to tho community. Mt. Vernon Signal A Z , hhavomovo ,i.,n,, brLuNDlU WORK we be 0FART LIVINGSTON Graves, and one Itohrt of Mc-Clur- e' " . 1 t- - lr ; Repub-llci- 11 Ytf rrrtr ) 1 - inter-count- -- there-r-righ- pro-ree- d w e 200.--Mr- For Weak Women -- habit-formi- ng Hanging on the wall of the Christian Churoh Is a work nf art, tn the form of a Peace Banner, executed by tho artist, James t P.nkerton, of this place, a design of a fifteen f ot Golden American Eagle, hovering over tho world, which bears the marking, "World Freedom," and sinw ing the lower outliuo of the United States; a centprpieco shield of France, two American fltgs, shields of England, Italy and Belgium, with a center panel bearing tho inscription "Peace Unto All Peoples." This work toik many hours of skillful thought, designing and painting to com plete, mid cnbodies a deep thought of tho groat world problem, that iudicatffls.n master brain in its execution LTtie artist dedi cates this Peace Offering to tho town of Mt. Vernon, and describes Ward, who has been confined to it as follows : , This emblematic decorative her room for quite a while with tribute to prospective peace at 'pneumonia, is much improved. the time of signing the Armistice, John Asher nnd L. II. Rico were was conceived by tho designer 'callod to Denver, Colorado, on through the mental refl-- x action account of the serious illness of Ed Asher, who went there for of the cessation of hostilities his health a month or so ago. a calm, after so great a storm Zack Hansel, of near Mt. Vernon, a change from action to silence a desire to express, after a strenu- was hero Sunday visiting his David ous effort to assist in helping to sons, III and Em mitt. conquor the foe the real feeling Smith was iu Corbin, Saturday, of a christian people that had come on business. to halt. CATARRHAL DEAFNESS prkamule CANNOT BE CURED Franco a friend in need, and by local applications, ns they with her allies called with out stretched arms imploring cannot reach the diseased por- (tum tf the, eav: There s only America. one way to cure catarrhal deafAmerica!. call ness, and that is by a constitu action tinnal remedy. Catarrha'l DeafThe Great American Eagle ness is caused by an inflamed spread its wings over the United condition of the mucous lining States, arose and with a speed of the Eustachian Tube. When unprecedented-'carrieits pres- this tube is ii. flamed you have a tige, munitions and men, to a or imperfect rumbling sound world in dangnr hovered over hearing, and when it is entirely France, Englaiu, Italy and Belclosed, Deafness is the result. gium, lending (ne encouragement Unless the inllamation can be of reserves, tirciuce and material, reduced and this tube restored ton faultering people, setting the to its normal condition, hearing fight anew forVjyictory aud Free vill be destroyed forever. Many dom, m cases of deafness are caused by And it was duPeace'camo at catarrh, which is an inflamed last the Aritfstice condition of the mucous surfaces The cold thull of bittle had left Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts tin u its indentation's of sorrow and the blood on the muoous surfaces tired heart on the people A de of the s stem. sire seemed to creep through the Wo will give One Hurdred Dol But no soul of man forw revenge lars for any case of Catarrhal A stilled brain, a tired bjdy, per. Deafness that cannot be cured milted Charity to wield its sword, by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cir conquered pride, and so the good ctilars free. All Druggists, 75c. spirit of man in a weakened con F. I. Eheney & Co , Toledo. dition, said, Let it bo " Peace Ohio. Unto All Peoples " "World Freedom1 had been PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS. accomplished. subject to periodic Persons epilogue bilious attacks will obscrvo that Soothe Great American Eagle their appetite fails them just bespreads its 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 will eat only a light meal and Peoples what is needed through no meat, then take two of Chamout the world, needed by all par berlain's Tablets the attake may ticipants in the Peace negotiations, be avoided. without greed, the one great idea, " FOR SALE. Goodwill. Registered Duroc boar, "Millers Col. Orion" No. 134,735. Fun-oneApril 22, i9i8. FOR FLETCHER'S cut-oupen-nant I 1 d children, are very siclt Mrs, Fllard McCU're is ?Mi flu very Mci; at this writing. Miss Winnlo Falht, of Cove, wh is teaching liore in the graded school was with homo folks Saturday and William Jennings Sunday. Bryan Owens was in Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, called there by the court. Mrs. I. W. Catlin has re turned toiler home at Highland Charloy Mounts, of Win. Park Chester, attended the funeral of tho little child of Mr.and Mrs M. H. .Mullins Prof. Chandler, principal of the Graded School here, was in Brodhead, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Allen Mounts, who has had the Hue, is slowly Georgo Smith has improving returned from Corbin, aftir a few days visit with relatives Judge J.F. Dees was in Brodhead, Monday, looking' after his tele Mrs. Samuel phone business. vLxM?sy! Children Cry for Fletcher's yxvxcxrccc;vcccvNxvxv.vvvvv . 35SJ The Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has been la use for over thirty years, has borne the signaturo of and has tocen made unaer nis per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you In this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good- " ' Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ffl&CCuAZ LJy-jz- Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, It contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. 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 aid Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural fcleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORI A GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS CzL&ffi&z&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought N O TIC E4 Pursuant to a resolution passed at its Special Term, of the Rockcastle Fiscal Court, February 8, 19J9, I, the undersigned. Sheriff, will cause a poll to be opened in each of the respective voting precincts of Rockcastle County f" -- between the hours of 6 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m.. on the l5thdayof March, 1919, for the purpose of submitting the question to the voters : Are you for a Property Tax of 20 cents on each $100.00 woith of property in the County of Rockcastle, to be levied each year for a period of five years, for the purpose of inv proving the public roads or bridges of said County, or either or both of them? J. S. LANGFORD, Sheriff of Rockcastle County February . 12, 1919. . i . ..... aaee aae... ae Children Ory 'or-iti CASTORI A fy2Z$Wm' tm Walthr H. MlLLEU. I ee m : P. 'J CRIFFIN after-effec- ts. CARDUI ... riva s&aivr orJuccexj r I ij&s &jtG&ijnmQ "L HUs,Jir a m ."'SSBSSlBSSBS1SSWSBSaS WHEN YOU WANT a ea a a U HOUSE e. Se . ae.. ae. ae-I- er e I" a. ImSSP'ra ERUNA 'BB I lWJii Kfi JST J . posi-bilitie- s ... 1 1 1 co-ope- ff9RrtrVR9( aTJQLBIL , people. Unchecked catarrh soon breaks down the tissue and destroys ttie organs or part. Evidence of tho ravages of catarrh are all around us. Without desire to frighten anyone, we say: ''Ouard yourself against catarrh as you would against the direst plague. Fortify your system. Take Peruna." INSPIUIXG W011DS FOB THE SICK FROM THOSE WHO KNOW. A Good Medlcloe la the Family. I bad a bad case of LAGrlppe, and could get no relief. 1'eruna cured ro. It Is a fine medicine. We often us It In the family and And it good. MRS. GKNTItY GATES. HS First Avenue, East I.ake Station, Birmingham, Alabama. I'KKLS IOKB A DIFTBRRNT PKRS0N. rerun has cured my stomach and 1 feel like a different person. I only took twelve bottles of Peruna and can eat anything without distress, ir I have not don for fifteen years. 1 recommend 1'eruna to everybody suffering with catarrh of the stomach. 10J 16th St., Columbus. Ueorgta. J. 3, THOMPSON. FOR ALL FORMS OF CATARRH. WRITE FOR THIS BOOK. Peruna Is Indicated for all forms All sick and suffering should or catarrh or catarrhal Inflammation and congestion ot tho mucous Ha- write The Peruna Company, Dept. Columbus. Ohio, for Dr. Hart ines In any part or ortran, such oa note, throat, broncnlol tubes, tunes, man's Health Book, The book Is free and contains perhaps just the stomuch. bowels, kidneys,, bladder, Information you are seeking. etc It Is fine for coughs, colds and sent In a plain wrapper to anyIt Is adeffects of the grip and an excellent dress. preventive remedy. DO IT TODAY. If you want health. Insist upon IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM. having Dr. Hartman's World famous Peruna Tonlo. Ask your dealer for a Peruna Sold Everywhere, some-Uiln2. Catarrh attacks the mucous llnlnt'8, In any organ, 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 ailllcts many In cure-al- l. but a ra Not tional remedy for catarrh and all inflammation and conges-- j tion of the mucous mem branes. . Jr4t ilmmkr - IS3- w I Ti ...a "..a ea .ea ea lea .ea ' eea eea eea -- Come in and see us. A look is the surest way to find out, where you can get what you want for the least money. IDvery thing new and fresh DRY GOODS .DON'T FOllGKT OUU ae.e. ' e... aae. ae. e.. ae.. aee.M ae.. aee. ae. ae... ..a a GROCERY DEPARTMENT 7 HE and our prices right. P.Q.QRIFFIN BARGAIN HOUSE South Sulo West Maiu Street Mt. Vernon ae... ae. ae... . ae... ae... ae... ee. ae.M ae. ae... ae. ae... ae... ae... ae... ee as... ?iffffffff?;;fff?ffffHfffffFfffiiffrnfffrffffrfsss .aaaaaaaaa J. R. Climminc Drnn ae... ae... ? IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease Is no respecter of perA majority of the Ills alHIctlng people tortuy can be traced back to Kidney trouble. The kidneys are the most Important orcans of the body. They are the Blterers, the purlilers, of your blood. Kidney disease Is usually Indicated by wearln.se, sleeplessness, nervousness, despo 'leney, backache; stomach trouble, pain Iu loins and lower abdomen, gull etonea. gravel, rheumatism, sciatica mid luiiibigu. All these derangements are nature's signals to warn you that the kidneys need help. You should use UOLD UKUAI. llaarlem Oil Capsules liutno- sona. dl.,,.e,y,.Jrhf "oothlng, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves Inllamina-lion- s and destroys the germH which have caused It. Do not wait until tomorrow. Uo to your druggist today and Insist on UOU MKDAi, Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health and vigor returning ,lle i".".1,. MUIAI d(4y you flr,t '?: Haarlem Oil. After you feel you have yourself, continue that take one orcured to capsules each day. so as to keep two In condition and danger of other attacks. ward oft the th .original Imported GOLD brand. Three sixes. Money refunded If they do not help you. n" llrst-cla- ss Ok oiuio iii ii.o-- j -- wr- -l- i-i 4 m If tho people In Rockcaatlo Land & Do Tho over expect to havo roads, tlioy velopmont Co. advised their local had better take advantage of tho manager, W. H. Fish, by wire, MT. Vernon Ky, Fob. 14, 1919 opportunity now being offered. last night that they had brought up "No. 79" WMnW" WR. McCluro has bought of in their No. 4 on Ross Creek in "TO I7 wrnil taOommunl. A 7 Ustill county this week. This is A. Olivor a stock of goods one Mt. Vernon Signal wlthBIQNAL J. near tOUItVll.lt NlKHVIllC n. n. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 24 28 tho depot in Beroa :ind will leavo in a few days for that point to llvo and take charge of his business. All Baptist members who havo not paid your' budget lor last month, please do so at once! Do not put it off. It is due each estimated at 100 barrels br better. WILLAILLA Rov. A J. Pike filled his regular appointment at Poplar Grove, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Delia Ping, of Walnut Grovo, was tho guest of Miss Graco Thomp son, Saturday night and Sunday. Hugh McBeo has a sovore at tack of flu. Miss" Myrtle Hamtn was with her sister, Mrs. George Hasty, Saturday night and Sun day Egbert Norton, of theWabd section, spent a few days last week with his cousin, J. W. Norton. Born, to the wife of J. S. Hasty, a fine boy, on Thursday, February 6th. W. H. Cummins sold a pair of young mules to Emmit tiowder, of Mt. Vernon, for $200- .- Miss Ada Goffe, of Ocala, was tho guest of her cousin, Miss Dorothy Owens, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cummins and little daughter, Isabelle, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J.M. Cummins, from Sunday until Tues day. W. H. Cummins is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Herrin spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Cummins. John Goff Is very low with pneu Miss Cora Metcalf, of Bee Lick, spent last week with services at tho Baptist Church 12:35 Pm 12:45 am Saturday evening 7 L. M. and 21 Sunday 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. by Jas. Landrum, Agent, the Rdv. G. C. Mulhns. We want every mem ber to hear Phorte No. 8. aim and all others who will. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. PoitoQce at ttoond-ciM- tiortn north south South Church Treasuror 4.57 p month. 8:35 a tn Notick: Thoro will bo i mall matter. I'EHHONAL Mrs. Minnie Merricks is very sick with tin- flu. Mis. H. T. Young is reported very sick T. F. Warren will move to Berea and go in business. W. H. Brown is moving to the property he bought from Chas. C. to-du- FEW PLAIN FACTS t fellow-to-work-T' '"W i' d 11 'tWrmtht,ihmri(tttfommfitMiilmitt,imitrbid)kl&.'& DRESS UP! IN ONE OF OUR NEW SPRING Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits T H AND YOUR BEST SMILE FOR THE BOYS ARE COMING HOME ON THE SQUARE BETWEEN Davis. W. A. Cox is playing iho part during of assistant postmaster St? t; Mrs Brown's absence. C. D. Suttou spent most of the week in Cincinnti buying goods for their big main street stoio. John II Dotson has rented his farm near Wildio to Britt Durham and wilt uiovo to Richmond, Ind. . AVjll.MPtlin3.viIl. either go to London or Berea to take charge of a livery stable. He has options at both places. Cashier A. M. Hiatt is here today and reports C. H. Frith still u very sick man. He is better than he was several days ago. Mrs Joues came up from Stanford yesterday to see her mother Mrs S. H. Martin who i verv sick but better than last reported. Mrs Mary Williams and Mrs Cleo Brown left Wednesday for a two weeks stay with Judge and Mrs. R.G. Williams at Covington. Mode Crawford will move his family to the residence of Atty. J.'W Brown, and occupy a portion of the building. Mrand Mrs Brown will retain such rooms as they uced. We are glad to bo able to report Mrs Carter McDowell, who underwent a serious operation at London two weeks ago, as doing nicely. Mrs. McDowell is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 8. S. Daily. Lo Roy Hoffman a grandson of Mrs J. C. Moore, came to our rescue this week in the absence of Mrs Merricks who is very sick and has rendered very valuable tax run? 5 The following are a few plain facts which no man can deny concerning the proposed road tax which will bo voted on March I5. Who asked that a voto be taken in Rockcastle? Rodman Wiley the .Commissioner of Roads for Kentucky. Why did he make tho request? Because as Commissioner, ho wants to improve tho roads. How much will the tax be? ' 20 cents on each $loo For how many years will the monia. years. in The BANKS THAT SELLS FOR CASH ES TORE "f The Signal to day. It is not a 'courtesy' ad , by the way, but it is paid for In cash, at our established card rates, without quibble or question. Well, after all I did stop long enough to give you an answer to vour question, didn't I ? But, so long." "Hoy, wait a minute, Bill, I just want to tell you 111 see you in tho morning about another contract, believe mine's about out, isn't it?- You durnjournahstscan attaajV' upWaRta comfortable reasoning and you sure do put a W'Pfci jiioirmoc -"- "1-1 "-- MT. VERNON. KENTUCKY yrjcXD ! b. W. BETHURUtt ATTORNEY AT LAW MT VERNON, ItY. Will practice in all the courts. Office on Church Street a ZXH3Z2ZZZ 3&(p&ye$(&X&JCfr M 8B Dr.M.K. Pennington Dentist t . services, making it possible to get out the paper. Mrs Ella Franklin of Wildio had a message yesterday stating that hei son Stephen Langford wus seriously ill at the base Hospital at Camp Taylor. She .went to see him yesterday. Private Langford has been ovorseas for several months. LOCAL Get your tobacco canvass v at wood Sutton Wantkd: cook stovo. A & McBbb's. d second-han- Trnto. Piog. O'Bryan Overalls for father and tho boys at Fish's. Charloy Philbeck lias sold his farm near Maretburg to Wm J. bams and moved to town. - . Fish's- are showing some extra good spring suits for men and young men from $45 down to $15. r m Get your stock ready for the opening sale at tho Reckcastle Stock Pons, third Monday in March. Circuit Court will adjourn to morrow. This week has been do voted exclusively to the trial of civil and equity cases Hon. E. Bullock closed a deal yesferday for 395 acres of land on the east side of Kincaid Ridge. Price not given but it Is considered a valuoblb piece of property. vA boundary of fine timber on, this land is for sale Hatdin Moore of Climax was In town this week und tells us-- that his nephew, Thomas Moore, who was reported woundou and later killed in action in France, is very much allvo aud with the Army of Occupation in Germany Young Moore's parents live in Julesburg, Col. to-da- her sister, Mrs. W.'H. Cummins. Mis Pearl Hurst spent Sunday I night with.her grandtnojtert M$. Mury Cummins. Mrs. Esmer fo 500.00 each year, How much will the State pay? Cummins was with her mother, About $25,50000 and amount ptoB;ffclamithrifomaTuraav Mrs Sallie Craig to be received from the Bond until Monday. ans Miss Sallie Owens spent Tues fund which will be added to this amount, $5,500 will makeabont day with Mrs Lottie Debord. $31,000 tho county will receive CHRONIC CONSTIPATION. from tho State each year. There are people who never How much in all will that make have a movement of tho bowels for roads each year ? without ic is produced by a cathBetween $39,000 and $40,000. artic. Most of them have bought How much will our tax be in- that condition en themseves by creased ? the uso of mineral waters and Not 0110 cout. strong cathartics that take too How much tax do we pay for muck water out of the system and aggravate the disease they all purposes now? are meant to relievo. A mild $1.30 on each $100. laxative tonic like Chamberlain's How do you know that tho tax Tablets affords a gentle movewill be tho same ment of the bowels thet you The Fiscal Court has made an hardly realize has been produced order that the tax shall not ex- by a medicine, and their use is ceed $1.30 on the $100. not so likely to bo followed by How will this money bo spent ? constipation. $7,000 on road to Crab same on road to Madison; Concerning Well-Knosame 011 road to Laurel; some on Business road to Pulaski-bway of Hans ford; samo on load by Maretburg, and Newspaper Freedom through to Level Green and balanco on Langford road WHAT CLARKSYILLE to Orlando. CHANT THOUGHT AND How do you know this will be WHAT T5IE LOUISVILLE done? . COURIER-JOURNABecause the Fiscal Court will THINKS moot tomorrow, and make an The writer was walking along order to that effect. our main business thoroughfare Will each Magisterial District this morning when ho saw a have representatives to see that friend, a merchant, standing nontho work is done and that each chalantly in front of his store district gets a square deal ? Bantering him the newspaper man Magisterial District will suggested that an ad in The Sig Ijacb havo two men who will meet with nal would put him behind his Fiscal Court, see that their dis- counters. Tho merchant replied: "es, I know that but I don't trict is properly taken care of and that a square deal is given to all. want to kill myself working. I How is the lovy for 1918 di- like to get out here oncoic awhile and enjoy the ozone, see the blue vided? sky and hear the pigeons coo, and It is divided as follows: 40 cents look here, Bill, I've been thinking for State, 30 cents for County that I really ought not to havo to General Fund, 17 cents for advtrtiso so much I've been here schools, 20 cents for Bond fund iu business for 25 years. I've and 22 cents for roads and been at this samo stand. I've bridges. Total, $1.30. handled the samo merchandise all If the road election carries that timo. I sell only reliable what will tho rate for 1919 be? goods I've treated tho public State 40 cents, General Kx fuir and square. Now they know penses of County 30 cents, Bonds all about me and when tboy ne.'d 20 cents, roads 20 cents, schools merchandise they kuow tboy can 15 cents, bridges 5 cents total, comb right hero and get it. Now, $1 30isn't that correct reasoning ?" If there Is no decrease or any "Well, my lrlend,"said tho news-papman, "I can't stop right increase in the tax why is it so now to shovj you tho fallacy of necessary that tho 20 conts be your logic, for I must go to the voted?" office to look aftor the advertiseThe State will not pay to any a county unless tho people vote the ment of another who recently tax? celebrated her fiftieth anniversary How muchxwlll tho Stato pay ? in business, namely Tho Courier-Journa-l. The State gives us $3.00 for Wo know The l, every $1.00 we pay. its achievements in the If any man doubts these stato past, its steudy progress with the ments, examine the 1918 Statutet forward march of time and events pago 65, chapter 23, on roads, and and yet when the Old Lady wants also writo Rodman Wiley, Com to get far reaching results she missioner of Roads, Frankfort, geti them by tho quickest, surest Ky. route, by Advertising And when At the Citizens Bank, Brodhead, she wants to reach this section, First State Bank, Livingston, or sho advertises in Tho Signal, anany law office in Mt, Vernon, a other leader, if in a smaller way, Statute, with (ho now road law, in the progress and welfarti of the community if serves. Watch can be seen. How much will that bring from the county each year? V Or-chard; DR. WALTER Dentist Over U. G. Baker's Stors MT. Office IM Will be at the. Rockcastle . Hotel about ... " , VERNON, -- KENTUCKY CASTOR I A For Infants and Children FEBRUARY 20th For a week cr ten days. See him if you need Dental 4 In U Alway tbe Signature T2W5fc ForOvr30 Yars' wn DOLLARS AND CENTS. Counting it only in dollars and cents, how much did that last cold cost you? A man vBaay not always stop work when he has a cold, but perhaps it wonlii be better if he did. It takes "about ten days to get rid of "a cold under the usual treatment. That time g can be much shortened by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and proper care of yourself, in fact, a bottlo of this remedy in the house is a mighty good investment during the winter and spring months. tak-in- faper. Plug hard, reg- Play up the best goods you sell at the right price in this paper. (OjrrtU, Mt, ar w. x. nj iiivciusc w mis Work g uiany, systematically; IXSZ2XI3XIIIIXIXIXEZiCIIGEIIDa: Advertise in Signal . y For Sale: Some hogs, one maro and a pair of work mules. Modk Crawford, Mt. Vernon, Ky. SALESMEN WANTIUD to solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. . L NOTICE TO yvi 4. t tyrTVTTyri z yyyTvr 4 4 isrr THE FARMERS THE GASTOBIA titttttittttttt:ttttttfti a Children" CTry FOR FLETCHER'S received ZXE Oats Car Load of Seedbeen sold. all last Monday have WTVtTr-TsTTW? D u 4 4 4XS 1'S 10c 12icU I have another car same Oats, at the same price, will arrive in Mt. CASH, GROCERY STORE RED BEANS PINTO BEANS NAVY BEANS 8ic lb BUSHEL, 90c PERVernoc some time week. ch next 3'lb Can TOMATOES 2 for 35c for 'I ALSO HAVE A - er 21 old-time- sure-enoug- 3 MEAT 22C lb LARD 25C lb lb Sacks of MEAL packages Uneeda Biscuit 2 Cans BEST CORN 35c 85c 25c h old-time- r, Small cans Condensed Milkgc f Large cadi Milk 25c 2 Courier-Journa- at same price and it will be there next week. You will be able to get oats either at Mt. Vernon or Livingston, as good as grows at only C "Car For Livingston 90 PAY CASH AND SAVE THE DIFFERENQE GET THEM AT Drummoud's mmmm Subscribe for Signal LI VI NGSTON J. W. RIDER r .tfffiffia. iiVlttiUiitf"" KmMCxismMS To Prove We Are We quote vou muHPAi Qmjlh" r SSSSSSS sssssassssSfi as Vinton' Libert? rUDVICE TO "FLU" Loan Boat Will Have Girl Sponsor CONVALESCENTS Not Extortioner & few of our vvviO 9 prices: 1 40c 75c i t 3 3 3 3 lb.can oiiin'otw lb. can Hominy I lb.cn n Punches lb can String Bunno 1 3 lb.can Blackberries'! 17c 10c 18c i (till. S3 nip 1 Gnl. Syiup s 5c 5C 3 lb.can Smut Krnntl 7C 3 Ib.cnn Pumpkin 15c 1 lb en n Evaporated Milk 15c Ann it Hammer Soda , , Laundry Soap Steel Cut Coffee Dried Beans, ib 10c Flour, per suck $1 .50 Best Coal Oil, gal, 4c 5c g 25c 1 20c We can save you money Come to see us J0HM.RG3INSr J ;kxkihisxxm M BRODHEAD ira - VK. KmM BIHRS fliHHlii Margaret Fischer, (P mm mm iiissaMsaaaaV 1 SPAIN AND ENGLAND REPORT INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS AFTER INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC, U. PEOPLES BANK l THE I S.Tub:!o Health Service Warnc Against Tuberculosis One Million Cases. Tubercu losis in United States Each s Source of Danger. Public .unijs Examined lfluema Cenvalrscents 8hould Havt Colds Which Hani On Ofrn Beginning of Tuberculosis 'lo Cause for Alarm If Tuberculosa s Rconlz-- d . Early Fotnt Medl i Ines f.it to Oi Trusted. Jt jH USE White Fawn . -- ;i-l i, ft FLIQ U R ,-- alongside of a great ocean boat she will not look any bigger. nut she Is going to christen a boat Just tbe, same. Vinton County, Ohio, has chosen her Margaret Fischer of Zaleskl, Ohio. ' to be sponsor for the boat which that county won the right tt name. Vinton County won the distinction in the last Liberty Loan, campaign when It was tho first county In the Cincinnati area to attain Its quota In Liberty Bond sales. The county's quota was 1120,500, and It had subscribed that amount at the end of the first day of the drive. Its final subscription? totaled I1&8.850. The boat is being built In one of the big government ship yards and probably will be ready for the launching In Spring. girl, Margaret NOT a Terr bigshe stands up when Of the People By the People FOR THE PEOPLE Bank Wite Us Start Yours Now IVniri' llui-ni- i jiiii mil lii.n'i ilui:iiof our own illlltin. Hum" ,nur (lui'inr exnni- R.i miIiciAiIoiiIk jitter In- Nn,mi'U In umry If 4 pivfiiti tnii In time. iIiiu'h nl 1 nun lily liiionnN. Nulld ujijour Htl wlili rllit lltliit;. Kol foml ami plenty nf friwli nlr. i Don't wuMW'.lunney on mleni 4 to cure tu- - 1 i moilk Itirs mlvanl-tui- l t h.'rvulosls. t I'.ciiiiiiv a fiTsli-iil- r crunk nnd enjoy life. iirlmiVx ' l8a"3erom "selected Red Winter ' MP .en -j-nnlj-Nls-of Washington, U. C. (ShcIiiI.) A- 'online tu u report muile to the Unltii Suites Public Health Senke, the ep li'iiiie of lnl!ueni In Spain hni nl iv.nly cuusifd mi Incrcimo Iji the pievn- nice nml deutlis from pulmoiiury tu x'nuloal?. A slinljur nssoclutlon In- Infiueuza, and tuberculosis wn . . A; 1 ...,. r.. .... Wfir Mtiw; i h iWiif ui!lcat jjCTccr of public heultb service, In ti't iPPETiTE SAFE MHlflfflT INVESTMENTS In Kuglnnd. tho tuberculosla-deathjca- ii ForSale by all Merchants, Satisfac- A trial will convince you. tion guaranteed or money back, Made Only by Crab Orchard Milling Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. k3tiUU veloping traits that will insure success, comfort and happiness Every deposit made with us is a Start, step .toward Independence. an account with us today and stick to it. Tl I II I Tl r f fl Clllvl I battle of life Is made when sav- fag-begins I i a winning It educate you de- w wC ftnancaUy fey - Bank of Mt. Vernon - The Normal Department IZZZZZZ OF THE ZZZZZZI Mt. Vernon Is Now In Graded Session and High School All the subjects embraced in the Common School Curriculum aro ofl'ered. Special work will bo given, in Agriculture nnd Laru's "Tho Science and Art of Teaching" Students may enter at any time. Tuition Review Course $3.C0 a month. High School $4.00 lu order that the people of tbe Unit ed States may, profit by (be erpcrlcnn of other countries Surgeon Uenem Kupert Hlue 6f Oie United States Puli BETWEEN TWENTY AND. T.WEN. Jiq.liealtU Service & Just Issutd ynrnJag;.upuajiUlng the need, of spe MILLION BOND BUY. a) j)recUtlonJ at the ptesent tlnn ERS TAKE ELEVEN BIL'KknerltitPnetraii to Indicate," mi LION IN YEAR. urgeotvpCenVml, "Hint penmi the tboa rvslsfance ha been wcakrm by an nfnek of Infliienra lire perulliu Pessimists -- who rhake thelrshead ly. susceptible )o tubeiculosls. Wli ind Jo'nithe chorus of "I d undo, boy t the prospect of floating Lib . nablrons qf its people receutly affectc-witInfluenza this rnunlry now ut rt Loan In ftprit ood to fers rot)dlt(nns favoring the spread u iou;,ht In tome figures which ha tuherculoMls." ecently been compiled by. officials c One Million Consumptives In tht he Treasury Department at Wash ngton. United tates. Tbe1 figures give us some Idea "Then you con'xliler this a scrlin Just how big an appetite for safe li inrnncel" wns ankcd. "In niy opinio-I- t IS, jtllOUKll I husU'O to aild It Is dlH vestment this country has attained i' its tlnitly one agalimt which the propli Some of the more striking of th can guard. So far as one ran eatliuntr figures referred to follow: there ars nl iHrsciil, almut one nillllni lu the Unltei' caws1 of A bond 'market which had lets Stateaf There Isunfortuuately m than 300,000 customers two years ( uinplele celiHUs ttvalluble- - to show ex ago had at the close of 1918 beactiy thv nuuilicr J)f tuberculous' in--r tween 20,000,000 and 25,030,000 sons In ench slnte despite the fact thui buyers. most of tbe states have made the ills The army of buyers absorbed ease feponalilr. In New York $11,165,565,850 worth ol bonds In Klicre leportlng tins tieen In fore for Liberty Bonds al;ne. In 1818, many yeurs, oer 33,000 case of ,tu nting In the two years of the berculosls are registered with the the flrrt and,'cpnd Libof Health. Those fumlllar erty Leans v.li'ch wcrefloajcit'jn with the situation .hetleve the Ad1917 tnese Loud buyers digested dition of unrecognized and .unreDorted a total of $16,974,329850 Liberty casesj would make tne number nearer Bonds. 60,000., The very careful health surA further devclopi.ii'iit which ha-h- e vey .conducted during tbe past two optimistic tmu is tbe uiarfci rearaln Fraauagfeua, Mtuvrvalcd vhlch bond dealers find right now to. 200 ease of .tuberculoeli Ua populavery sort of tion fof approximately 10,0001. U these ohoul, Industrial, etc. Bond deulcr proportions bold true for the United celling out all legitimate offering: ire 8tate$ uief would' Indicate vlfh puch celerity that thiy are con thatlaboat ejus, la every, Jiun4ned inually seeking about the country fo: U" tuberculous. Each of these jew Ibsues to market. constitutes a source at danger to be This healthy condition or tbe bout guarded against." narket is expln'ned, perhaps, by th What U De. .'act that the entire indebtedness o la his statement jto tbe public Surthe United States today amounts U geon General i Blue points out bow slightly less than 7 per cent of th'i thps who have had influenza should The nu estimated national wealth protect themselves against tuberculotlon.il debt amounts to only abnu sis. "All Who hare recovered from (170 per capita says .the Surgeop General, Some of the national debts are "should have their tongs carefully exGreat Britain, 44 3 per cent of natloti amined by competent physician. In al wealth or $360 per cap ta; France fact. It is desirable to have several ex. 41.25 per cent of national wealth oi nmlnatlons made a month apart Such $2SC 90 per capita; Austria, 34 66 pei cent of national wealth or 242.90 pes examinations cannot be made through capita; and Germany, 38.7 per ciut ol tfie clothing nor can tbey be carried national wtalth or $305 90 per capita out In two oc. three, minutes. If the lungs sre found to be free from tuberThese figures on Germany are exclu culosis every effort should be made to give of the ninth war loan, accurate returns of which never were had, am keep them so( This can, be don$ by right living, good food and plenty of in the cases of both Austria and Ger fresh air." many no account is taken of apy In Oangetlona, demnlties which those nations ma) The Surgeon Oenersl warned espebare to pay. Japan Is the only big nation wblct cially against- - certaia danger signs, bas a lower per capita debt In relatlui soch as "decline" and "colds which to Its wealth than the United States. bang, on." i 'These, be explained, were often the beginning of.taberculotlsu 'Of iyou do 1 no( get well promptry,Jc.yovrt'old j seems, to bang on or yottr bealtimnd strenith decline, remeabes that.thMB are often tbe early.slgos ot tub'erculo is. rmce yourseitM.oDCe unaer th care of a compettat phyicin. Tuberculosis Is curable lb the early stages.1 E 1 are-giren-f war-yeawar-cou- FoMir5t! um I WILL ON Thursday, February 20 th At My Farm Adjoining John Harris About 2 Miles South of Brodhead Offer for Sale to the highest and best bidder the following: One Span Mules, 5 yrs. old; one span Roan Mares, 6 yrs, old; 2 Shoats; 2 Calves; one Cow; 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 $10,00 a credit of 9 or 12 months on negotiable note will be given. dt, tbt bondS-munlcl- pal per-eon- s TERMS WILLIAMS AUCTIONEER: BOGUE SMITH FOR FRESH Liberty Lean Levity t A' youth from' a town near Ne Haven Allowed he'd not always be alavln'. "I'll work while, I'm ill," Said the youth. Then I'll quit IVr I buy bonds with cash that t'l &$., ? rT -- Grocerid; j r More Shoes AT ' Patent MedlclnesOangtreija In Tuber, ' sarin'." culoels. not trast to leadlng statements ot uascrupulous patent saedlcike fakers.' There U'no specllc medicine for fte.car tuberculosis.! The ..none spent oatsuch UuFa' medlotne Jartklowawiyr-be .Instead fee SKR j BROWN'S "Aov ajtdo !. if IllMullid 1 PLENTY OF FRESH THE QUALITY AND MeatsGroceries it X C. C. ATTORNUY-AT-LA- a avf4 a4 i. H j PULES .tiU EAST OF eRLANLK) EVERY ONE KNOWS ' EVERY ONE KNOWS (ta CNktktrg Kh4 William .... MT.VEBNON,ET. PROPEfiLY FITTED' GLASSES AT THE RIGHT TIME is of Greatest lmpoHAbco, If your eye are showing any dc fects now is tbe time to sec OFPICE.- -t On and. floorof j Bank of Mt. Vernon, pnj cnurcn hi. opeciaj alien tion given collections. 'PNONB 80 , Country Produce ti Iron GrayJacU, qo bttor breeder in tho state und a'8urefoal getter, 7 years old. For further parUiulars seo M. J. iE(jhurvni, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 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