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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914090401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WjM Published Friday VOLUME XXVII. rj Every gtftofa f V a IH EH HH Hi B I w - u Z T r v . f A .. ' '' X. VM wj 3 H teklJpyAP w cyvy I I OH ! HH MU vi u 'y yy nJ ' t ftf 12 1 I M t9b KH hJ fCl Established 1887 NUMBER 45 H i vy iw v? MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY S'T. 4, 1914 Harken To The Harvest ss:::::8s:s:ss::::ss:::::;:!!!ss;!!s:!sss Songs Gathering 1 1 The Sheaves Ml jfcl l m. :;:::: s:::: .- aia.V. f t III:I!:!!!??ff'f i!!iM!M:!-t:nii'ifttitliMt- i W tllatiia i.'tii 55! iitt.aa -- Jhe Whole Country Will Son be Singing a Chorus of Prosperity, Stilling the Quarrels of Business and Politics, Silencing fhe Grumbles of Pessimism. i i aUt- a. . .. NOW ON SALE AT. THE 'You'ur Black," shouts the so.. M PORIU MT-ih 91 AVING . been requested by hundred of our IjhSpIi 1 customers to carry FURNITURiu con- nee tion with our mammouth DRY GOODS, We take CLOTHING and SHOE-STORpleasure in announcing that we are ready To serve our customers with the very best Furniture that money can buy; everything fresh from the factory. You can buy Furniture from us just like you buy Shoes and Cloth--in- g; with that easy feeling, the satisfaction of knowing your money is buying more than it would in the ordinary furniture store. If you are not ready to buy tokay call and let us show you ayway. - Pxt of Business to the Kettle of Politics. "So are tou," cries Poll (IMn .. tics to Business In retort, ''what you need is a bath of .. honesty." "And what you Poll. .. f ticirfns need is 10 purge yourselves ot Hypocrisy, ".says Business. - ;;;:.': While these two ore bandying epithets, you and wo, Comsumers, Tux pajers, and small fiy getiorally, are gritting our teeth because of the of these bolllgerents who would rather have hard times if they cannot have their owu way nud say. Kver since the Democrats came fnto power and even before that, since their election in November of 19i2tho professional Republican editors and spellbinders havo been crying calamity and 'predicting 'soup houses" and "panics." Actually they would be glad to have disaster so tint they could c'testily declare; "We told, you Wage-earners mimm HHHJr aaai 1 aaaaT v:::;: JaW. m m j&P. .Vfc mxijf rfrw vri mm rm aal aaah. -- w taa 'W a as .a a a a a a am That and .$ Extraordinary are-Unusua- l j ( t . : ; : as as es mas as as as as as obsti-nanc- y X7 E guarantee every article1 to be exact ly as we reilresent Heo. when1 we. say barits so. That gains somebody loses money is certain : SomoHmes it is the manufactures, again some big retnil concern', and at times we sacrifice our profit. Our custom-ers'reathe benifit no matter who loses. " it p -... r so." We reseut these dolorous preachments ol hard times for partisan purposes merely. That i the hypocrisy of which ... ,ffl. -- j RUGS, CARPET CURTAINS ank every thing to f u r ni s h the home. "Quality" is our watchword.. r k&KnmBtt MATTING &? Politics I We cannot too strongly 1 ' ' needs to be purged. Oa ttio other hand the Demo cratic administration started out with a 'BBjgWBgg heavy plan of campaign, emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. directed, against special priv ileges enjoyed chiefly by Big Business, It has taken a long time--aunconscionably long time to car ry thru. this programme, and ftio. job in n. finished yet, tho the end is probably in sight within the next six weeks. t legislation When tho measures aro enacted and put along with the completed business of currency law and new tariff, the wholo country will breathe e.isier-- 3 Relief will he immediate. will cease Then criroinatiou their tumult, and we shall hear the merry bongs of the harvest hnds as they gamer in tho crops. n "RIBHT PRICES" m u -- . our-Mott- o . i .- - - -- o v " " f? Y - Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent BELOW I REGULAR Bargains in fa PRICES m .: SUTTO If ried on 21 -- & MCBEE -- ' H anti-tru&- Sensational l Shoe .,.Clothing, Dry-Goods, Groceries, Monday night, will W. Baker of this place. Mrs, Stanford, Ky.&'Sept. 1- .- Hugh 1.1 VINHkTON. find out In tor and give names. R. J. Leiuonds and daughter, Brown, a nogro.vwas killed early W. II. Kruoger is broaung groin d MlssKlizihothij visiting relatives this morning vvliilo robbing the Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Oliver and hon.su. to build another ,eek. Mr. a id store of Scrvancq & Sous by A. Jtist in London this children are visiting relatives in watch us grow Mrs. (.Vila Tur Mrt. Will Nicholas of Lexington T. Bromley, senior member of the AMiville, IN. 0. Miss Ethel Uay.s pin is visiting rolativs at Vvildie hive returned home after a lew firm of Bromley'& Bromley. Mr. Cincinnati, Never in all the world's history has retumel from Now all tho fans are days visit with relatives hero. week Bromley, who 'occupies apart- has the United States raised so after an extnded visit with rela tins t'ive.s ihorc Mrs. Moss Mulllns over and only one more how to W. T. Francis, the dentist has ments above thetslore, wasarous much wheat as this ear nearly out at the ed early this moxiiing by a noise otic Dillton uusueis. of Paris, is visiting her parents come. We are ut a loss to know his srimglohauging what we are gning to do, but the Eight Gable. Mr. S. C. Franklin in the basement, lie dressed and. hern, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mounce In corn, tho estitnitcd produc fuil- more tion is for a Mrs. H h. Cockeiell after a campaign will gtt warm directly ' the mediator between Maret and went down on Iho street, but will pick up aniun. m self was hero Tuesday but ed to 11 d anyone, so returned to bushels than last year few das visit with rulativcs ut and business it is a Well the overseer his iufurinud claimed that he oatne on a peiico his room. Heoon heard the banner year in all the cereals, and Stanford has returned home us that ho wants our help again mksion, so look out, something is noise again, and,this time he gol for cotton, hay, all the fruits, an d I igiiio Or.i loff, an eii4ineer ol Louisville, is visiting his mother, for six more days to help fill up a going to drop. Wo understmd out o)i the roof of the portion ol every farm product that can be Mr. J. H. Omdoll Judge Ii. J few ol the liiudholes and beat up a that our school will not begin un the store that is one; story. The named. Wo nolse'continued iiud in a short Hotliunim of Someriet, and Judgn few more rocks and then perhaps til the first of October. This means thousands of mil Vernoi, wo can uso the road for (mother would have preferred that it be 'while he saw the screen door open lions of dolUrs to farmers aiid U W. Bethurumof Mt. Well if it ain't cue blamed giu at an earlier date, but if we at the buclc end of the basement (Horticulturists ofthe United States were hero between trains Sunday year. thing it is another. Oli! for the can't get what we want wo can whereupon he li'rid. The burglar and that we shall turn these foodPoin'o is in Pinevillo th's J. M. else in take what the othor fellow gives riiu and (Mr. Br'omloy, Boonowny, or something firodtwo stuffs into gold In tho markets of week. S. U. Pennington ot Lonplace of this old song "vou must us. Mrs. W. II. Cottongun has more slfotsj Wlfeu "the second the world. Tuesday on busi don, win hero 'fivedj'TOwu dropped You cannot get away from it T M. Dies left for V1 work six days or tnoro if neces- returned fiom Lnwlon nfiec a few shot was ne.is. sary." J. II WhUoii is a juror at days visit with relatives Mrs the bundle of Articl9 he hid Prosperity hangs to us and will huuisburg to atteud the State not be shaken off, We are not Cornell of tho J. R 0. U A. M Mt. Vernon this session of court. W. A. Warreu after a few days taken tro.tn.tlie CTorev.. Only one wasting treasure in war. Wo are We lnvo just linished reading visit with relatives at Corbin lias shot took effectr?' Entering tho which met in that city Tuesday. employing every man who is wil lltco of right leg It sovered an artery and ingMid able to heln in harvest- a letter in the Moutitain Advocite returned homo -- L. H. Mr and Mrs Geo Hlaclc havo re ' ho in of ol Us heblud to death. 1. - turned from a fcWlu,yn vinlt vvillr ,whoroA .correspondent speaks of Paris 1ms been with ri mnrrnnt.llp good old tunes forty yousiigo hrufew days Mrs, ' Hv id 'A negro womii on 'her way to Within siv wppks Thoro were the relative-- at London. bespeaks ot the old log school Mink of the Big hill section is work found iiruft ii doad in a pool business will lose any feelings ol seven wagon loads of watermelons Of blood'.. I'BVovfti's bedy was depression that it may have or bold horo Monday. Sny Mtr Ver houses that jou could t'irow a dog visiting her mother, Mrs. have had, and will not the activithru tho etneks, the backless seats Jones of tms placo. Mr. Uud Mrs. taken to thocoiutlijuse and awaits ties responsive to the moving of nn n can you duplioito this and the crops, the Ijusvingof the yet it Is oluimed that we are tho the old stone chimney and last Bou Prke of Lexington, uro visit the Coroner's inquest. little smoky town between tho hut not least ho brings to our ing Mrs. Prico' parents, Mr. and call for more textile R, D.'i .When you have an achtvt J weavers, coal miners, steel work- hills Mr. and Mrs John Ularlc mind that blessed volume the old Mrs D. K Argonbrlght! have moved back to Livingston blue back speller (the library in Royalty of Louisville is visiting stretchy feeling and youit are dull (!rs, and other factory operatives. tired and discouraged is a sicti after having a year in Uistern Ky one bcok.) bo he is a niun ufter his daughter, Mrs, J. W. Terry of upproaehing malaria or chills. Butch McClure was here ha our own heart; ho speaks of tho You should act quickly to ward off California has been pluming ittrains Tuesday enroute corn huskinsh the log rollings, the tween HERBINE is tho medicine that an attack. HLRBINHoffors you self for weeks on its early and It destroys home at Mt. Vernon from the L rail splittings and all the things cures biliousness, raahria uud the help you need. malarial germ, drives out all heavy shipments of fruits and veg& A. R . R. whero he has a posi that was in their glory forty years constipation. Tho first dose makes tho and the crop estimates Then it was that the golden ou feel better, a few additional impurities and makes you feel etables, Putric nBtion as toleuraph onoralor. bright, vigorous and cheerful. this year which are far in advance cures completely. Doually of Lexington, was iu to rle was compiled with viz do dosesby John Robins, Prico 50c Price 50c. .Sold by John Kobins of othor yecrs, We have no failBrodheud, unto others as you would have Sold Brodheud, Ky. see his brother, J. B. Donally of K.Y. ures in any line of production. this pluco Sunday- .- John Fields others do unto you, but now it is Nothing hutsuccoss wherever tho tho flour salesman of Stantord do tho other fellow before he does hand of man has broken the crust Tuesday. Mr. It J. you but we can't my much on this was here of Mother Eatth. Lomonds is in Louisville for a few subject tor they .say we mo living This garden land might bo an dnys.Mrs. J. C. McGuire after in tho progressive age Miss Islandof Optimism completely returned home a few days visit with her daughter Alice Ward has s ismunded by pessimism, but H Mis. Alvln Carico has teturned ufter a two weeks visit with relais likely soon to be merely a highto her home in Paris - Little (ito. tives iu Stanford and at High water marif 01 u rising tiuo 01 Jenkins utter bomg confined to Bridge. Miss Lou Eili Biown bf Prosperity. hor cousin, his mom for a few days is ablo to P.irksville, is Tho above article was clipped Miss Ella Mao lau ford of this' Mr. mid Mrs. Win. be out again. from a Ls Angeles, California Preston and children have return- p'ace Mrs. W. T. Merimoo of.' papar and mailed us by J.. C ed home from Bovon. We uu Paris, Is visiting Mrs. Geo, Pope, Adams, a Rorkcastle boy who Ms of Mb. Ver- Miss Annio Baker dorstand that a certaiu couple gathering Borne of tho rich harMr. auu Mrs. j. went to Jelhco, Tenu., to get mar ;uou, is visiting vests ot that paosperoun slate. u , hilf-billion Hats, Hardware and " Furniture '. Just received a new car of the Old IMiable, best of all American Fence sod s at lower prices than ever njj tor 111 Kockcastlo w County. Now is the time to buy your Fonce SPECIAL Bargains h Shoes Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, failed their entire stock was spld by order ofthe Couils. AVo were fortunato enough to get about 4,000 pairs of Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Oxfords that come from the 'best manufacturers in the wholo country AT 0 ITU ttVN-lMUCWo propose to allow our customers to reap tho benefits of this remarkable purchase. E. 11 ) We shall turn them loose for spot cash only x Our prices all through our blgine will 0 pen your oyes. ' Wo aie practical --Retail men.' We know lSAKLrAINS aro what you want and, By George, wo aro going to seo that you get 'em. t - ..o....e.,..a...;, is::::::::::::::::: HI NOW GET BUSY. 1 1 titj j t 1 a t : t t : a 1 1 U. G . r e M-r- ii I UAVUQ Vt A .1 lVll VTV lBIHH Hik. . - 1 jg etoe- - vi-iti- I 15 - LH A m JL Rockcastle's Biggest 0 Store . m 'i' m MMtlm b B M. j U Mmmm M V w . - t ;:: 1 if IMSNMIIMIIMMMMHNHNWHn l J 1 J u:: 'X ', T, VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Sept. 4. 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. AUJMGiT. creastd garrison. Tho town Ins t xperiot vd s slnHcti cause ot nno.h r Zeppelin he great dirigible was tirci. on rted wit 10m drop jug nKo . 9EStNANS MYRUN'T. HSRRICK M. DELCASSE. any bombs HMtLIN GUAimiU) UV COUPS l'lVE AllMY 2 unscKtpriorr onk yuan $t,oo Amsterdam Sept An of ressinb m VANTA6E nu s American Am bat &t or at Parli Takes Note of Aer I Attacks. French Statesman Has Boan Minister of War. Made nmKrmKSBfmfSKm I lT4-.aU III II !!lTJMm.f ZJJPLJ y ek 3 -- j imnmffimifmummrA, v ' M ficial dispatch from rlin Advertising rates made known on five Geiiuaii army men) have been selected t. application an attack on the cap tjl MKMBKR OF L siys i CJ!()-O0()- resist ""0 TAKING 1 ... . QQ' I LOU , Qjt .... My 1 110 If Mlg KENTUCKY PUB-!'- ? ASSOCIATION oca! Travel Benefitted Falls Back, NO Dcst Money Maker in tha World for Farmers. Grain Men and Engine Owners Mnknn mnnnv HO Trains 21 find 22 Extended London Sept 'J A corner of tho curtHiit over the battle: dtuniii ia North western i'Vnnce litis beon ru'bcd. It shows the allies battling desperately to pteVctit tho success of the German (ssmlt on the upper Oise, less than fifty miles from P.iris OiuUo eastern wav stage Russia (rnnkjy confesses to disaster to o. ovmy covps, atu the loss of i fee-- gene yuls. the Russian tinny triumphed. Galicia has been successfully invaded, and Leiuberg will soon be evacuated, according to reports from the St. Petersburg war otfice. If this is ti ue the Austrian menace to Russian Poland will bo ended and the Russian forces cm begin lo converge for the march on Berlin, the Russian objective in North Galicia apparently being Koenigshutte, whence they can march on Berlin, via Hrosluu. The announcement from Vienna that preparations have been made for the evacuation of I.eiiiberjj, the capital of Gaiicja, in view of the ''inevitability" of an approaching KnsMan occupation is the fitst official admission UM the Austrians have been worsted in the prolonged, fighting in Galicia KWewhore U see-rue- haVQ Announcement is made by the Queen ' (Ji'esci lit Rou'e that Trains til and 22 now operated between Ontid.i. Tonti., and Somerset, Ky , will be extended, effective Sunday, September lith, iyi4, and opi'rated daily between Oneida Term., and Lexington, Ky. 'I he perforin 111 eof tins new sen ice add stventy-nintra n miles each way, or one hundtodand fiityeight addtionnl miles for the round trip At the presnt time when tho expense of commodities required the operation and maintenance of railroads is at its hignestand must carriers are curtailing, rather than extending, their (acilitres, this new service afforded by tho Qileeu & Crescent Route is worthy of the greatest attention and patronage on the part of the traveling pub e 111 CHANGES Anglo-Frenc- h Forces Decline to Join Qattle. I. im. Govsrrr Hi thm.n hn nn tnnrn 1(1 n fl.'lVH ' KfAM ..A..r..A n.,f 1r iYta trrnnfnaf IlS .. l.i, llf Mnlrnalitrrll na Fin ldl1. finest I!. it- - t J iiiuo iioui nun uici ""',.,". n mill j - ",,,.,,j nour a uuy. tiA....H A...n vnlllln iin.....b "" fur nvnrvnnflv i nrnlinn "; use Hour. Ana with mis wonacriui unto you. Thoy all ' fast that fri' """"," un whu jr idem "Midget" IVIarvel D ROLLER FLOUR MILL ncan ... You .. nnlckly bullJ up nblcpavlnit flour tradorlsht In -your own cor. mm .kiflitamunt' ...- - (front .Kmrllih . v.. ... mil nit v. ilb ii cruwiiuiK uunvirm.ii. tf Inn mrAliillnnlfiHl 1 .tin mill. .. . - r inn. i inventor. Tirtlcriaii. V" ..'.. m A compicin roner nuur mm www .,..-- .. v,-- l lntfuUBlncas. only ono man nna mno power w mum .!... Bur""""r.r "::i'i .... nl,ii A Barrel o! Better Flour Cheaper" THE SITUATION ELSEWHERE" much cheaper than th latKcat mlllt. Grlnda rye nnd buck. Wnoal. loo. Any ou tun vjwiw.. No Provfoua . Mllllnf Eprlnc Ntetaaafv . . k. J3aa-ti Geta Mliluef'on suuayt trial ... On the East the Germans Claim a Great Victory. , money dick suararue. You vm notiune w nik- butmucn gain. FREfr 10 PARIS TAKING BY READING HEART Stockholm, Sept. 2, Reports from St. Petersburg say there has beon heavy cannonading In the Ska forack. London, Sopt. 2. The allies' loft has m;nln retreated to avoid Alio continued German attempt to envelop tho An,;Io-Frenclino from tliat quarter, uccording to adIcc3 received hero Tho French' embassy from Paris. gave out thla statement: "Tin) Anglo-Frencarmy corps have had to give ground, but liowhero have they been broken through." A Paris correspondent, quotes ythe driver of one nt the automobiles' of tho Hiltlsli general staff, who has to Parlsirom the front, as saying that tho German ndvanco has ben well checked to the north of Com-- I leqne and the Geriunns have asked tur an arnVIutlce to bury their dead Complegno is only fortyi'mlles northwest o' Pnrla. In the nortliea- - nrtFianca the French have cheated tfcx Gercmns In the Jiatrlei of hut' el. twenty t T Sc'an .Um acuie of the ensiling of French' hopes foity-fou- r years ur.o. All Kecer'iatslCalled(Out. Dispatches frorta Paris announce that the wap olljosv has lscncd a communication nnncnricInK that tho minister of weir has.dpsHed tu call out all reservist In Flraace who had not JoViied thefcolors. Tho British army Is, be)In ed lo be about to engage the G,mmo.!. extfomo rteht unless il has already, doae bo. The British troops aru rostcd oftor tho Severn fighting ofda.'st weej', and their loase'i have '"been made good 'with fresh troops. Thc statcjn-entthat the British, while itoslng .henvil in their reoiiriclnl figures! treat la3t wrek-f-tl- us v.ero G,0Ct). men luid lnllicted far greater lotjes $n th eitomy, aro borneout txy a Wlpntclii quoting a' Red Crocs nueuia asisaolnlthat tho German's lcit .M.ttOO men at Cambrai h ire-turnmile'-sithwrr, s GIVING THE QUESTION HISTORY Be P i.WV': THE CLOSEST STUDY Conditions Found to Than In Ttie Boiler ?. Send tor This Free Book lrrl.A atnFw nf n WnnrloN ..i iriniif nir tiiino DFArli-iInV. with It and waai you, yourteu filn ill HILL N 517 Trail IMc jf J&Z, 1870. aero-pian- tu., inc. 0iikr,Xr. Maintaining 'Is o 2. A French over Bnusols and dropped hundreds of leaflets with tho messago to tho citizens of Ilrussols, "Take courage. Deliverance soon." appt-are- using Train 32 passengers can arrivo Danville before 1) a. m. and Lexingtcn before 10:30 a. in; transact their business and return on No il in the afternoon, arriving home before bed time. Local travel between Somerset and Danville and to and from points will be particularly benefitted by this new at- rangoment, as there will now be he. By KeutraMlllLJB. Washington, Sept. 2. Assurances that President Wilson will steer a course during thet European war that will enable the United States to main tain its neutral attitude) without crltl chm from anyono, abroad were given to the committee on merchant marine by Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. Mr. McAdoo was commenting on suggestions that hadjbeen mode that It the United Statcsattempted to operate ships as proposed In the pending admlnlnratlon blllj. It would be courting trouble with some of tho European, belligerents, The .secretary of tho treasury told tho lipusc committee that there need bo no concern on till s L score. "There is no more punctilious ell of this country regarding Its net' t trallty than the president," observed, 3Ir. McAdoo. "I think you can ra'elv, him and the proposed rIi't-'u- t board not to tako any 'sto'is In buying hips that would bo calcul od to vlo late the country's neutrallt''." Mr. McAdoo gave the to undorstnnd that the country la pro roitng to buy In piiva'o capltil failed to do so. and hns given tho quel tlo,n o posslbi 'lttions great study and rescaicU I Antwerp, Sopt. From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery DIVORCE YOURSELF two local trains each way daily between those points, making all stop-,- , instead ol the tram a. heretofore. Southern Appatacliian Good Roads Association President's Office, ChaptJHill, N.C. KUSSA.N NKWS eUEKKFUi,. Atoieo.ver Russian accounts liout the field of operations have Convention Office. UmsTOi., Va.-Tknn . Mr JAS Markt, Ass'tSec'y Bristol Lexington Highway Ass 'a Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dkau Sik: The Southern Appalachian Good uoads Association will hold its Sixth Annual Convention at Bristol. October 6 q.and tho llristol Board of Trade will join the Association in an effort alcgr'ie. to nuko this the (veatest ConvenSeirere Fighting Reported. tion the Association has ever AccfTcifjiK to tho French war oinco held. TopQWtrlve vltl' lravml of thclelt wing 1 hercwtii extend you a coidial i frorci Xcsiv1ou was made to ixvold an nsagamenl-vrhlc- i mlgl.t Invitation to attend the UonverJ Tbfe ceirier and tioti as a delegate, and I will tI17.uk tMit, according to oiuclufl reports, aro you to appoint ahout 50 delcsrat-K- l UoldlnB out llrml- - ,Tliro H severe lo roprcsf nt your organization at righting ulonf; the llnefrora Bthelms to LaFrro and thero havo boema number the Convention. of engagciccntH along the Ixirraino I know you will select mom border and in tho Vosgow. Avllspatch Bays tlmtUhe Ger- ted in good loads niufc who from Ht. Petsrsburgl.n of HrllUQlVl llnVA Innn Jnfnliaiia tt e to ntteiul, nud I want to 'been strenRthnncd. It also reports paper that fourteen Gormin staff ask that ou intify them of their that tho .Russian advance Uiaa met with ptjicers have been enpuued and rovcrBes. Hfort8 from Berlin say i,nternod at Nftnes is the first ititi appointment and urge them to at that tho trriKapemwit nt Allenateln tend. matron of tins incident. Il niuy us soon Wo will, also notify them was onetof 'the greatest batttlfes or tho as receiving their names ivar, Uiat)12,0fti BiiKSlanstworo killed piobrtbly bo significant, although and 70,00 ttH'an prisoniers. The Rusand nddresses.'l'roiu you. it Is not said where the Germans sians claim tliiitth.driadvan.coliu3 not The. Association is not only dowere taken prisoners. been cliockedartd that the-- ; are occuing u Avork in encouraging pying; defunuss around Kuenigbburg. BRITON'S DESPERATE STAND. St, Iotereburs, 'ly an Imporial edict On the upper Oisotho British the cbBstrrjctiim and maintenance Issuod by thO'Ciar, has been renamed are fighting desperately to pre oC improved rids in tho Southern 'Petrograd. Tl'ejto.tnilnatlon burg haa vent the Germans from .securfcjjg Appalachian Territory, but is en boen dropped off, fit is assumed, becournging nnd prompting the con- - cause of its GJennan origin. one of the most direct rotit co Austria Rfeverses Reported. Patis. News of this bat'J,. teach- str action of roat Interstate Uigh Reports frcni;Vieiuiaisay that along ing here from tvod'7,0,.eutSQUrces ways imvt'fsingall the Smtosof tho Russian. Ifrussan and Austrian the Southeast and reaching other border 3,000,0001 men aro engaged and is the first defi,0 information that tho battle lino extendi for J 00 sections ot the country. since the o ...., ... ... ,ue. . : miles. The Austrian flanking move-- .. r, of the bnule of Mous 1 uu uuiivuuuuu win educaoattle raged Sunday and tional as well ns entertaining. ment toward liUblin Is reported to. havo been a ftillure, entailing considlVlonday, and by sheer weight of Some of the best equipped wen in erablo los.and)a wltlilflrawal from RusIs invested by tmmiinrs the Germans secured u Jhu Country will nddress the sian PolrJid. the Russians, thelr lines half encirslight a Ivtuice. on the question of loca- cling ttm city. Austria h recallinu MiHti y expeits pi i tit out that tion, construction nnd luaiutui-mic- troops from Fratnco and nlso 'Is bring1I10 soldiers who from h preeM position on. the of roads, IVcdeml and Stite ing back more of Upper Oiso tier the German ad- aid, and tho progress; of the Toad were sent to ttio Driiia and Uajuibo against tho Servians. vance will become increasingly movement will be repotted has been advised Wnsblnr.tou fioiu featdifficult, owing to the natural through London that a declaration of all seciions of the Southeast. war by Turkey ts expected and that ures of the country ns well as the and program giving Turth-e- r Gorman olilccrs hnvo gone toConstan-tlnoplwill have that artificial defences to take charge of tliotsultan's infonnutton will be stmt all to bo encountered. forts. Tho Turkish umbassador In delegates. Loudon, however, emphatically reiterALLIES PLAY FOU TIME We fully realize that tho conn ates Turkey's determination notVto Inis becoming evident that all It try without good roads is a de.id terfere In tho present Kuropoan war. along the western line the Allies one, and "ve want to help tntil'.o Tho Turkish government, according to a Homo dispatch, la mobilizing Aan are playing for time 111 the hope every community 111 tho .South- army of 200,000 and seventy-twhigh that the German assault will east a live one. Will 3011 not German olllcors havo beeu incorporat exhausted. They hope to come nnd briug a few other live ed in tho army. prevent an eveloping move by the representatives to the Convention? Lloyd Muret, who was uccident-nll- y Germans. Ladies uio cordially invited and .shot tit Livingston last week Gerside On tho diplomatic can be appointed as delegates. hits undergone considerable suffer-insmany is making renewed efforts butjis resting easier and il no Your." vory truly, to bring Italy into her camp by a complication0 sot up will probab Joseph Hydk Pratt, y lc out on crutches within next proclamation which cites that a President three weeks. for England and France victory Cashier W. I,. Klehaids, will deprive Italy of all chance of who( Anyone Wiituintf Fox Fertilizer recently bought thelliatt property Jean got same by seeing W. B. Sig dominating the Meditterranean. Tho western ci list of Belgium on West fainhas very materiallvi ma n. Wildio, Ky. ar.d tho northwestern coast cf changed tho building mid nude France aro apparently clear tf many additions nt.d improvements O C M r. tiichards expects to move to ' Germans. FOR FLETCHER'S Antwerp bos asked for an in- - tho property next week. Va.-Ton- been continuously cheerlul. Even he defeat of Russians by tho Ger mans in liast Prussia has ui.abated $lie optimism of Petrogtad. The KjUsstun chijf of the general staff calls tho affair merely a re erst-- , due to the unexpected appearance of lit av German reinforcements, accompanied bv siege guns, ap pirently from the fortresses cf 'i'norn and Graudeuz. Nothing so complete as the piestjltt censorship of news from the actual battle line in Prance has been known since the beginning of the war. The significance of tho removal of the German military headquar ters from Coblenz to an unknown destination is difficult toeifunue m,t tho change is regarded as highly interesting The annoutiei'rrtetit by n Paris - August 24, 1914 Paris, Sept, 2. Referring to tho differences of conditions in IR70 nml 1914, It Is pointed out that the fortfl surrounding ,Pai Is aro now seven and eight miles from the outer walls, bo that no German shell can reach thu public monuments. The Germans in 1870 held the railroad between Strass-burand Paris, but In 1911 thoy aro compelled to provision their army through Helglum If thoy Invest Paris. The Comto Do Mun says: "I hoar people say 'It's 1870 oor again, but thero is no comparison. In 1S70, after two battles fought on thu same day, ono of our armle3 was overthrown, nt- torly routed, from tho frontier to Chn-zeIons. The other army retreated to Metz and nftor Ronny, Rezonvlllo and St. Prlvlt, shut Itself up aud hence-trus- t Sedan followed forth wns useless. fourteen days later. The war between the battle of WIssembourg and this days. calamity had lusted tweuty-nin"We now, on tho thirtieth day after mobilization, havo been checked, not dnfnnted. We havo retired, we iiavo not been routed. Our armies are intact and their moralo has not been affected." g n o A'&eey Combination Pneumatic Sweeper from the (train of mor-i- nj Rclcaie from broom drudgery and lifting furniture and from the dangerout Mattering of W and germi that are tailed by the ute of the broom and the old lathioned carpet iwecper, can be atlained by the ue of the Dunt.dy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, Jlhough eaiily operated by hand, creates powerful tuctioo force which drawi out all the dirt and dut found in your rugi and carpets and at the tame time the revolving broth picli up all lint, pint, thread, larclinct, etc DUNUEY SWEEPERS are made in three ue and told under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt. ley in your own home for 10 dayt Free ofChtr&o. THE For more detailed Information wiltt TOD'Y Agents Wanted Dunllo Pncu.:.aticSwccprCo C501 S. Stale Street CHICAGO 13 SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION PASSENGERS' IN DANGER THE INNOCENT SUFFERING ?nfWo I Lake Steamer .Had a Thrilling Race With Death. Chlcnpo. Sent. 2, Carrying 300 passengers, 'br bko steamer City of Chi' :ago cau-- h lire vhen about twelvr miles from this port After tho l)lHZe,was discovered ir was found that tho. wireless npparatu would not work. Captain tljork then ordered tho en?lnei full Epoed nheai1 and tho race aitalnsr, death wns begun Forty-fivminutes, later tho. big boat sank its bow Into tlo government plor nnd was wedded fst. Tho woik of rescuing tho passengers the.n was eas Jly accomplished. o Horrid After Effect of the War In Belgium. Antonio! i't Rotterdim, Sept. 2 partlei who have been to Lou.' Jn an' havp returned hero siv the roadsldei are lined with thousand? of women and children who am btarving an I CINCINNATI AND RETURN h Sunday, se.-t.13 $-5- 0 .50 Round Trip nearly naked. Tho hoita?fa nt Iou-vaiaro changed every twenty-lou- r hours and nro still bolng slaughtered If nny shots aro fired by tho townspeople on tho Germain. n Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves , TERSE TELEGRAMS JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a. m. in-tcr- e I - gitt -- ton-rentlo- u e Llt-oratu- o o Fire In tho vlllago of Etna Green, HURLED INTOi THE DITCH near Warsaw, Intl., detdrojed nearly nil tho houses in tho northern part or Woman's Neck Broken When She Was tho town at a loss of ?100,000 I A dispatch from Ohtci t. says the Thrown From Handcar. German governor of Brussels lias or- Fouler, Ind.. Sejt. 2. Mrs Clyde " Brown of Earl Park was Instantly "vlv" l"".M' twcnty-iou- r '"" nnurs. ,., ....., . iuiiiuu .1I j ill J1 Hents wiiinn 1,111 i 111 iiiu ivtliiu 'i't fiii tear hero when a liandcar on which ' R- - Norrls Williams II., of l'hlladci ihe and her huebanrT woro riding .was Pllla- - wou the nH"al 'a'v" tennis jtruck by a pnsolliH.drIvcn motor car'cllamlll0lls!lIl' from Maurlco E. hurled Into a ditch. Mrs. llrown's LoiRhi of San Francisco, tho title holder. lock wan broken. Mrs.. Brown and her 'husband JwdJ A member ot tho Austrlangeneral borrowed tliohandiar to run to FowloV'staff and a iiassenger who accompan ind were on their way homo, when the lod him In nn aeroplane were killed accident happened.! 'shq v'as"''twonty-Ilv- o when their machine fell on tho Austro-Russia'yeura old. iK frontier. During thu German bombardment Kaiser Changes Oaee, painting by Rubens, Tho Hajue, Sopt 2. Uj'jkTeported ot Mnllnes tho Einporor Wllllajn'has gono to the reiiresentlng the "miraculous draft of that fishes," was destroyed. It hung In the Russian front. church of Notro Dame. Mrs. Helen D, Lnngstrdet. widow of Tbp nowv Mexican jgoveriunent (ha in General hoiigstrcot of thu Confederate w'onliscaietf nrmv..haa filed a netitlon in bankrupt- . , IMUXItU. cy, giving her assets ns $10,200 and her liabl It ea ns $22,230. The new federal not weight amend- t WEATHER EVRYWfiERE ment to tho pure food laws la now. In 'effect. Tho law provides that nil con OhsopvatlQiis-oninltatntps tablets shd.ll be marked with, tho uet buVehiis'taken at 8 p. rn. weather weight on.tha outside of tho package. t yesterday foIluw:r,J Department of Justico ofllclals say Temp. Weather. that crlmihal action against certain 76 CI oar Boston New Haven directors Is practically Cloudy 79 New York ' i certain to bo undertaken before the V'0U(ly Denver...,.,..' 52 federal grand Jury at Now York some San Francisco. Tcir1 Clear time this, month. Cloudy St. Paul....... fc 80 Chicago Ofllclal German reports say that tho Cloudy fighting at AJlensteln has. resulted In Indianapolis... 80 Clear St. Lonl8.....!S0 a complete rout of tho Russians. Throe Clear New Orloans.. 82 Russian army corps, says Germany's Pt. Cloudy Cloudy war ofllco, or approximately 120,000 Washlncton... 80 Seventy men, wero killed outright. r'alr. thousand Russians wero taken prisoners. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. J.C.MoCLARY' UHDERTAKER n.. ,n """"; and EMBALMER . Mc-in- d n U ggp FOB THE K1TCHF.N t $M B anford. Ky -- v COOKING UTENSILS of tho j)fcsti(quality at vory masons ilJi''pl,i(;ts'i.viiy bcfoliiid. lirOfin ff ' Tlio greatest ruat cure should ahvnv-- 1? exivi,ei'cil of to fceop nil cooking: utensils cltiin, ;iid for thi- purpose. s - i W :i v'r'5 n - ri " Alluminum or Grancile s by all moans tho best. The s u little gioati-- ut tii'bt, hut it l ilways cheaper In- the mill to buy mind wnre at n Juir price, than the cheap bnrgriiti store kind at uny r - d wt Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS price Manufacturer of nna IVlDEALEK in Mnrblca nnd FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles unil Ryegrasses for $1.50niul lip. GoldJ Silver mill Aluminum ErAinc. I.nr-;cselection in town. Kyen tested L'Yoo. Yearn of eNjxjrlenco, st - ..f ttranito Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. OWEN 8 Propr. Pr.no 112 - ;, hXldren ry CASTQRlA A telegram received in Homo Pianos sold from factory to irom Berlin announces the mobil home, Wo have some rare bar ization of the Turkish army. gains in slightly used pianos and Following the advice of Fie'd organs. ;', Marshal Baron von der Glotz, it is Tim Starr Piano Co , stated tho Turkish Govoruraetit By E. J. Foib, Salesraar, will form an army of tho first line Danville, Ky. composed of 2oo,ooo men, nil Mo- Seventy two superior German, hflmmedanB officers, forming the German n.ili- no capital Prom the BriUsh tary mis.ioa af Constantinople, Wff(, s for,UCOmig regarding have beeu incorporated in the' wimt aro considored tho most Turkish army aud will participate momentous operations of the war in the war. I J. C. MOORE JItWEI.UR AND OITICIAN. COX DBOS, STORE , . K i T-- 1 v u--r . lit T T 3 f f IT. JU11UVC1 r Dentist l'lione uiiKur . MT. VERNON, KY, l ron tKoorns over a aioro 'i' 49-S- A n'OUNflY-AT-I,W, MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE.- - On 2rd. floor fo? The Kauk of Mt. Vernon , on Churth" B" street. Special attention "''given to collections. , Phone No."8o. A 'C. Willioma, ?0: " j .: -,. "W ; Fish's. Loiulon (luring Hie week. Gu9r.1ntM.n1 Phi mm.. Silk hose Willatd Moiev of I oudon, was - Vm7N4'i ..... Tl.Ullttt I.v, 0Upi 4- 'V'4 jhere on l i. bus.rc.i Surdity. at Fish's Dick Scwd. , , Jr , is b' me if:er Get your Fox lertilizer from up ''No 79" - wuo tiiCiiminuii! s rving thr ears in ihu U. S. W. 13. SlOMAN.. onto with BIONAli Army. Wildie, Ky. 8 28 St. Romcy IHchnrds hns returned h JohnCress houglit 2000 lushels f from a we lcs visit in Madison of wheat irom different panics dc- eouniy. Vored at BroeMieud tor jl.oo per Mr. mid Mrs Luther Mul'i is of bushel Citti hmnti u'e with Mr. rnd Mis LOUWV'LLC Naihvillc R II Madison Milling Co , oi Kit 11 H. M bought a car lo.id ol wheat TIMK TABLE Wa zr vl hod Mi's V at Wildie, Tuesday, at $1 00 per 4.59 p m her sister. Mrs Finnish the first 22 ucitn usliel. l no'rtu 3:53 a di of tho ueek U e Globe Fertilizer audou'd 11.43 am '.8, south Miss Hlanrhe , Orriwford left JJ1 South 12:19 a m Widn.-sduPinrville where hive lots ol dolltr wheat to sell for IVh & Son to ear Jas. Landrum, Agent, she wil. teieh out a short distance next; h See J easy paytut m teruis. or day from this citv. 8. . . VERNON ., SIGNAL' 1 Mr, nn!1 "v l wore in I Better clothes for less money at P R 0 G R A'M " .hud By. Bencliction. RE-- - 79 wln 79 Rocftcastlc Baptist, uncUr A" NWIAND COMPANY CENTLY ORGANIZED School Convcr.Ji.w Will Convene With Freedom Church, T Subdivide a Beautiful Tract of if Near ilarelburgI Tuesday, Sell. 8, 1914. 30,- - v vWm If tV uil-iii- . j- Wii-itre- L'-- 'PhoneNo. liilerfil'Hl-tli- e uoml-ciu- ill 8 Vernmi, Ky. Piwtofflee 1.111I icmttiT. P K ItS 0 N A I. Fruiik Miller was"!.! town TuesMr School Ciicnii day Bn Cmii-- i for roots at Fish's. udjmtrtmLWedaus day. Cash will urn ays buy goods cheaper. Chester Landruiii is, with home folks. Star Brand Shoes are hct'er Mrs Mary Williams continues nt Fish's. t Improve. Bargains in liojs Suits every Mis MeCord is expected to ar day nt Fish's. nve tonight. In tch McClure is home Jackpon for a few days. 'V - from Miss Myrtlo Joplinof Cincinnat', Rev Allen is at Sett Hold Cane assisting Rev A. J Plko in a re. rival. Glohe Fertilizers produces Dollar wheat. For sale by . Fish it Sou, Mt, Vernoir, Ky. . visiting relatives heto. F. Craip; is improving rapid ly from his attack of typhoid. Mr. J. A, Land rum after a few returned to weeks vacation has work. Miss Helen Keys was thoguct of Miss Bemico Laudrum during the wock. Misses Sidney and Virginia Crawford are visiting in Madison c mtitv. Mrs. Root. Cox visited her sister Mrs. Towery at Bcroa t'uring M. William Anglln lias been appointed administrator of his lather's John Ainjlln. E-tat- o, The Government wid furnish the lisli and tho pool of the Mt. Fornun Power Co., will be stocked. Tho Suit of Baker against Dr Lewis resulted in a verdict of S187. the amount being asked for by Baker less 615. f J I " - , ' v 'in.- - n....i...i Schoo ....11 .. uc vii.icii vin ifwi:u the week. next Monday, Sept. 7. The pat- S C. Franklin and son, Bernard tons and fiiends are coidially inand Master .lack Ciawford are in vited to be present. Lexington. W. VPoyi.ier, a son of John and little Povntor, of Jamestowr, lnd, is Mrs. Sadio Moore daughter Louise have returned hereto sea his uncles, Wm and , from Virginia.. D. G Poyrtcr. Jatnjo Thompson has re'iirned W. Robert Allen, a Rocitcastle visit in Stan. boy.swlm.hawmaa&gnoilrrtrfhirj fronvtvtwo weeks ' . ; automobile hu.'iiiess has been olert-- J President, of the Coving linsnrespcnuing the week in the ton Automobile Club. LutW, Waller and, Chris Mill-W- " ed Vico country hunting Prof and Mrs'. Irvine have gone to hcusekeoping in Win. Mulling' houho on Lovoll's Lane. is very sick .fcliarloy Thoinp-.ot- i ',in his ronin at the Rockcastle and it is feared has tvphoitl. W. B Yates, one of the most v. 'popular traveling' shoe men on the road, was here yesterday. ' Mrs .1 T. Meadows mid child ren are viMting friends and rola tives in Bedfoid, Ind , 'a ,d Loris ' ' .." l' vll'le, w " The Coin t room looks like another building, since the piint ers have fintshtd work Judge Ballard coraiiily did tho proper thing in having clean up day in the court house The Suit of Will Cummins for $10,000 against the W J . Sparks Co., was thro'vn out of court Tuesday. Cummins got his leg bioko while working in the quarry " f - Ballard, aud little Balhrd' are with Mr and Mrs. James Cash, ntbotm erset, a few days. , Mr and Mrs. S. B Ramsev were home during the week from Blos, where they are living dur ing the milliner. Mr. aud Mrs' Sam Mcrlargue of the Hiatt section, will leive next week to visit relative in and near Newark, Ohio. Fred Bakor has entered the business depart,raeet of Union Co'.l-gn.irbour.sville. whore he will nko a four month's couiec. ,Mls.J. Bempn and daughter, Mis. G. M. MUs Geneva e. K--P The orowcVlnvehetn so large at Christian Oliur.h Revival that they have decided to rent a lirgo trut to take care of tho crowds. iThe tent is expected to arrive in time to use Sunday or Monday and will he stretched 011 the lot ot McKenzie and Durham on Rich' the. mond street. rewwmitr Tate?- mmarrmwmimmiii0J'ri 'i"ri ont. faoms Jin'MrA-Vernon-flmake their homo here for a wliite IL ; ' The preaching of Rev. Ross Mil ler is drawing largo and interested crowds 10 hear each and every service. Tho music is one of the interesting toaturos and besides beiug able to do the preaching. Rev. Miller can do the sinning Those wlio haye not been present during the week should jint miss other niiriiK.tt lnutwm.tenntflr- "UrTifri VHPWiiJi--. TtltiW i J" 5"l ... R. N. Gooch !, President, Lying Close to Los Angeles. CrnljjOrchard Ky. J. J. Painter, Secretary, Mr William Hicks of Hde Park ' Brodhend, Ky. We hope to have a larye crowd Ls Angeles is at the head of tho members of the and wish 10 make this convention Pr0JPCt. ft,,d CJinpany. are to bo congratulated bust ol nil, 4; the asvcmuon with the sue Wo desire that ilie ifrinvention''" be called to order promptly atniniesful expeit, and engaging him Ues gnated tu inanugeroL Hieir company. Thiti aiinoniiceincnl means ttmch Each Sunday SrhnntircpVesent will Mwjt, giFeh a foi Frcniont Valley, for Mr. Hielrs bv ft diss ed successful men, clniice to siic one or m6rc ong.'- - is nno of lhoe Who has achieved success in the LANGDON MEMORIAL SCilOOL Speaker wi'llnliow'iTU'-- O mih- - land developing hiislncys in South-er(ulifornia, and who nover has utes and been known.to give up the test Fall Term of Litngdon Monior- - mirJ.s to thu Siil jeet assiSt); alSchno! wiirbeglu Monday, Sop irW.-al l'"MvhtH Vcj,n completed to Fveryho.l xVmM every bodys. BUtisfaction. tember 14th. Students uiilesfl basket of dinner,' yk The company controls some 30, otherwise nntified, will arrive on 10.30 a. in. ord J',jfti Saturday tho 2th of September, Sot.g by Congregate u, 000 acres of Californins best soil, . High School girls are expected on "Bringing in Tho tfheavou," and which has abundant water for every acre for irrigation. September 5th. P'ftvor by Rev. as. Cuifyl'Slus. FiOtuout Valley Is located almost Weaiogltdto Hnnounco that Welcome Address by i Miss Clarkson, Miss in the suburbs of Los Angeles on Mtirtlneati Rev. AJr Pike. the S P. Railway, and is entirely Ms Cathey and Miss Carson are Reading Reports of Sumiay' to he with us agajij. surrounded by mountains. Those The Schools. teiicht-rneed no intj'oduotioii op Ejection mountain valleyjjlimate is ideal for of Officers, recommendation to tho patrons of Address Tho Aim of OuvSiindjy raising npirly everything grown the school and the peoplo of Mt, School Convention andliragreat in tho "Golden State." Mr. Ipclw is an en husiastic Vernon. "lltod of More Intoivs.tTuken in Miss Anna Belle Stewart has ' L. 0, Southern CftUtoj'iiinn and says the Work Bv Revn"? been secured to take the place of tho. e is no place in Southern Cal Gooch and Jas Cummir.s. grade teacher made acant b Address The Bible our guide in ifornia where the opportunities are Miss Bradley's acceptance of work the Sunday School W6rk By so great and so assured as in FreIn tho High School. Miss Stow mont Valley. "I havo spent eight Rey, Greep Fjsh and years hi California investigating art has had a wide and successfrX OArens experience, and is recommended in Uonediction Adjourn ftir Dinner. laud said Mr Hicks in discussing tho highest terms by the Princi 1.I5 p '111 Gall to orders by sing- his new venture. 1 can tmthful pal of tho. school she is leaving to ly .say after seeing all the others ; ing. , come to us. that Fremont Valley beats thorn Prayer by Rev. Jas. Barnes. a good Miss Ream and Miss Grissom, The graded Sunday Scho V defin-a- all. I expect to develop townite. and an irrigation water wo regret to say, will not return By Revs. J. M. Prige'and' J. J. system, and build upevery section this year, Miss Ream has taken Gentry. valley. of theen'-irThere is a position as Doiuvstio Science How' can we improve our country room for a lot of good people in teacher in her home town, and Sunday Schools and can the GradFremont Valley, and I intend to u Mis lias accootod a po- ed Sunday School bo Jpade a sucsition where she will have more cess in them, By Revs Edgar put them there as quickly as possible, and I believe I am able to piano and less chorus work. We Allen and T. 0. Duke place before my Irionds an opporthe faithful and efficient Tile respunsibil ty of appreciate thsChurch tunity wjiio.i they uevor had be work done in both school-- , by to the Sund (y School, Jlovs T loro." these two teachers. Our best C. Duke and S. II. Bell ?". wishes follow them to t eir new The education of our wjituots in If your chihl is pale and sickly, fields of labor. 64h4 " Miss'Martinoau itsiaauiaWSumWvM und-Jwill tako charge J. Gentry BrW& of tho Domestic tcionce work and Why Baptist should" doiftiAown sleeping it is a sure sign of worms 'A remedy for these parasite's will Miss Carson will again 4hj House work C. C. Gabnical a id.'A.J lin.fo.ind in WHITE'S UREAM Matron. ryiUnilFUGE ' It not only clears pike. Miss Florence Brown, who has Plans for the out the worms, but it restores yea! coming health and cheerfulness. PjfcO 20c been most highly recommended ana every ootiy oiuiy per bottle. Sold by John Robins, to us both as a musician and Parting Song In The bv eet Bye ikodhead, Ky. teacher has been engaged as teachor of music. Miss Anin Coulson. a classmate of Miss Robertson.- - will, be thp Kindergarten teacher. All We bespeak for theso nrhv teachers the cordial reception ard Sizes co operation which tho people of Mt. vVrnon have always ghen to our eachers. M.ss.Rowlo'ttnd Miss Bradlov, Higii School teiyjliers, will live at and Enlarged, the dormitory and with the. faculty in the care of the girls Finished. especially the High School girls. We expect to see 1111 y of the old students back, roidy for work as well as several now ones Miss MeCord, the Principal, re grots that illness necessitated lengthening her vacation. She expects to reach Mt. Vernon September 4th and will then complete tho list of acceptqd students, and be ready to answer questions or 8 S33S5i52S535 give such information as is desired All applications should be in by Sept. 7ih. 1 I 000 Acres in Southern California, ,r ot'r cn-- n nnisrfiiieirai. g - 1 Look for this Star "When you buy yours and the children's shoes be sure this star is on the heel. Then we'll know that every pair is honest leather and extra value for our money." Eight Million People are wearing "Siiir every pair is honest leather. No substitutes for leather are ever used. . s t f Brand" Shoes . a Pr6f-Byro- n These shoes are made by the world's largest shoemakers. The more they make the less they cost to make. This saving goes into extra quality. There are lots of good shoes, but ; "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" Mado in all styles, grades and sizes every member of the family. 1 i for J d all prices l o a Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but come iy us. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." A l Gri-sui- f ,t I fw MM m M 1 Hr BwW 1 ILI fe HBF v j m&& THE HOME OP GOOD CLOTHES. ' Mg . '1 ' dft3G$ydk yr$x$3$jcx UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky jj ' - GRANVILLE OWENS Q , r ;v Kinds and 11 , Pictures framed Kodak Pictures "First Class Work Guaranteed. COMPLETE LINE .Coffim, Giskat.s dnd Robes Mad, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly puled - .. &$&$x.yi$& : - Manis Buttling HKKKKHHK0HHKKyOKK? o Saturdjus ONLYfe OPENf NOTICE H txS IMwWvM& W B y f. CmM V 88S -- frWWsSff MSJJUK i5 & t S STUDIO -niton, j - V "ywlH revival ' a, 4SS$ ,.,. s- - at leasti , Mcaifd Mrs. Henry Jones, of rrJrhic,-wer- o jwU" Mr, and Mrs. W B.Spivey on' their way to Lovel Greon to visit' Mr. and Mrs. Jones, ,Miss Mary Clarkson hastr6t,urn-efor another year in Lang-do- n Memorial which will be wel come 'nows to all friends and pat' rons of the school, Charley Noe, U: 8. Soldier - stationed at Columbus, who has been vUiting Bis parents, Mr. ,. and Mrs. Y. N. Noe ior a month, has returned to camp M' H. d s. ii V Mrs. J. C. Carter, whp.beforo her.n1arripge,ws Miss Lucy Ohes iVn'ut, a sisterof Jarreit Cbesnuti Is 7"hero from Birmingham, Ala., visbiting her brother and other rela- tives and friends. (J. W. Anglinwqnt to Cynthiaua last. week to have his lee treated. "'Mr, Anglln lost part of the' limb several years ago jn a railroad ac cident and for "the oast several weeks the stub has. beeh .giving him cousidereblo trouble, - - , rt w ,t " - ' Big Dhaiv PoJTbbDs J" Everv indication points that the big laud deal will be a go, although there haw been considerable" clufngYs, The mineral rights foi r 00, 000 acres or more asked for has been entirely discarded and nothing but fee simplo titles will bo accepted. The amount asked for n 00,000 acres a.nd it is estimated that tho required numbor of acres will be secured by tho first of next week at which time the IJasaern parties interested will return to Mt. Vor-no- n and the doaL. will 1;h a go or a failure. The price paid dees not exceed $8 per acre for the land and thoso whoso land 3 are wanted and who intend to sell, should do so at once. The failuro of the proposition will only be brought about by the inability to secure tho required number of acres. Jt might be well for us to say that the price not to exceed $8,00' is the established price, und for any one to hold back for more, money will result in many failing to sell for anV price alter the required acres bavo beqn securee. B'next week we fully believe that w will be ablo to make a definite- staf.o mnnt. nf tlio i2ttnattr.11 nnA . of. u tje a mp9t satisfactory one to the people of Rocitcastle. 1 r very graciously ch'tMiisJshow out during tho at the1 Christian church Thfs ac upon the liar t of lr. Owens, should be appreciated byalP classes, and" time only will tell tho story. Quite a tragedy was narrowly averted at London on Friday the last day of the London fair when Johnny Green, the aviator who was engaged to make flights in his aeroplane, fell to the ground from a height of about 80 feet. He suffered a fracture of several ribs, and his faco was badly cut and bruised but luckily, his wore not more serious. His machine is said to have been splintered to kindling wood. A largo crowd of spectators who saw tho accident almost had heart failure, it is said. On account of the inclement weather conditions. Green did not try to make a flight until the Jast day of the fair. He wus picked up and removed to a hotel at London whore he fs beirjg giv n medical attention. ' kr.l The Helping Hand you can mofe surely depend upon inttme of trpgble is your bank account JBetfer start to acquire a big one by idcjfcsiting what you have . How ni.'iny husbaiuls havo died in your community in tho last year and arc forever gone from the good wife and little one, they I being left to battle life's busy way alone want you to think and think soberly and see if you can't' find some one about a next deor prevail neighbor to you. Oh, if wo could-onlon your husbands in some way not to neglect so great an opportunity of pioteding their young wife and little ones, thou when the death angel coinos and demands of you your lifo think what a satisfaction it will be to you in, your last tnomtnts to say, well, I have made the necessary pteparntion to meet you 1 have a policy in the Commonwealth Life, of Louisville, which will take cure of you and tho Call on their reprechildren in my absence sentative in Mt Vernon, Ky. . CHAS. C DAVIS, 00WUH0H0KKK0KKK . RICHMOND, A TRAININQ KY. , in Ycju'll'Eiujl paying a --- The Balk of Mt.Vernon fltuBfcccssity graafcciitivo s'iltyou " nt thinking before When to saving. SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS trouble .cpriioa froni citteriiiiit-i&k. . i yt hayo been prevented i v will make a comfortablo - SEW iiHrfiiiiiid T "Children Cry X CASTORIA rLtlUHER'S Thecal j. tv.. of Mt. .Vernon Courses lendint,' to I'le mentarv, Inlrnnccllato and Life State Ccrtltlrntec. Valid In ult I'iiLiUi) Bcliools o( Kentucky. Sprelal Courses and Itcvlew Courses. Tuition Frco to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training bullclinu. practice chool, (Jj'partmont of nRrlculture. a well' equipped uon)estio Bclenco. eymnunmii. First Term bep-leptember 7, Second Term November 10, TltlrV,3rm January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer B3oo! opens Juuo , CutaloBUO Frfco. j. cn IUiik, PretMejit. ,jBg?'" w m qw 99 y "4k u ' wwr . ! n ' ! t -S. wi n " i - --' ".TjTrjm fflrc.7Mii'n w . . ." -a-- ,.: - , , itfl I GREAT VICTORY JlUlatisDmik-v . JI 'inh (Oomhiis Drink-verijl)odijs3)t- Fft TWftlSER TSjF ,.V.; ff iV Vfl , VM 'idHiJ J&S' Germans Overwhelm Russians at Allenstein,' 70,000 1 PRISONERS TAKEN Berlin Report V Wt to the German Embat--s- y Mosi'sfop'eV at WahlngtoH-thdous Disaster to Arms' 81nce 'the' Surrender of Met More Than'FoHy Years Ago, Declaring Three Russian Army Corps Were Annihilated. e V igorously. good delicious: and keenly 1 Derlin, Sopt. 2. Oreat battles are' raging in East Prussia. The Germans have, surrounded thu Russians on throe sides and liavo forced them Into the lakes and swamps ot'the Mauer region. rrheroiB. groat jubilation here over the glqrious result., ' f I J l Thirst -- quenching and refreshing. II yours. Il The national beverage --a- nd m a'i , Q jl:f ; Demand the genuine by full name-XONicknames encourage ubtu'tuu'oiu WHKqB SffiM9w ' ! i j Whenever you ieean jj THE COCA-COL- A COMPANY ,. n . Atlanta, Ga. HlwtfHl - "&$H JSsjk&izgm , i.. J.1-J- -- - - WHEN YOU - WANT 14 I Merchandise , Genera!I Farm Implements CO TO i ' T JONASWcKEWBE THE $ . OLD ntai PEOPLRS RELIABLE $ - BANK' $ A Straw will Show the Way $ $ $ 1 1$ the Wind Blows! Washington, Sept. 2. The Berlin government has made claim to a' victory In Eas( Prussia, which, according to th,om, transcends in size If not In Importance "any of the series of "sue- 'coosca'.-lthein struggle With' the An- aUes In the west of Europe. The followlngj Is the account' of the triumph as received at the Qorman embassy here ln a wireless dispatch from. Berlins , 4 "Offlcial reports of the rlctory af 'Allcnstdin groater than previously claimed. Three Russlati army corfis were annihilated, 70,000 prlsonors taken, Including two commanding gen orals and more than 300 other officers and the complete artillery of the Rus, sian qrjny." t 1 With this statement of the most stupendous disaster to an" enemy since tho' surrender of'MetxftdHhelPruss!ans s In 1870. the German foreign olflco the following. news of (he activities of the (Serman forces In Belgium and northern France: i'ln the, west Genhral VonKluk has repulsed th,e French flanking, attempt and a'dvanced on Conibl'es. General 'Von Buelbw completely' defeated a sii--i perlor force near iSL .Quentln, aftbV havlns; surrounded tand captured on English .Infantry battnljp'n at that point Oeneral Von Jfauson forced 1 back' the French force ujion the rlvdl-,a- t Retchol. The Dilko oCAVurtomberg bus crossed the Meuso river, advnno-Int- j against .Alslrile.4 T'hoArmy of the crown tirlnce Irfpdwadydticlhg beWa the Meuso. after havlnfe captured th'j ,cntiro French gorrlipn,at Montmody, which had attempted a sortie In force. The fortress 'of Montmedy also was capturod. The: army' under the crown HertryWatterson prince of Bavaria has boon In continuous action against the French In Lor' LOUISVlllJE. KY. raine," fm )Utba nwt popuUf pric J. modern The military attache of the Brasil-Jalegation, nt ,Borlln, writing of the AlMelutalv attuattd In Am hnit o(th rruil thoppini dutricKnd recent German victory, has, stated that al I lli U)el c. neir t jlhey bring ;io surprise to' those who FJtMiCloUuITUU,wltlimod.rU witnessed the maneuvers in time or Club Brulfxt from 25 up noon day 'peace. He declares the efficiency or Lunch 50c. t Ubl d hot Dinntr, 6 lo 8 p. the Krupp heavy artillery to be astonm, ,00. Also cUbofat n la carta aarrica . ih Ratturanl, ishing. "During the first month ,of the Ralhrkeller opan from A pt, m. to I a. m, war more than 2,000,000 German vol OrUttial aqd vuca muic unteers came forward. The chief of . the German sanitary department has P ROOM PRICES officially declared that many of the filh running water and " English and' French- - troops "are using ptivata toilet $1 per day cartridges, which fire dumdum. bullets . , With, private bath $1.50 The stato of health of the German up to ,93.00 par day army Is good. Ilyglenlsts'of note and '' Large aanple rtoai great repute accompany-al- l the army v , with, prh ate batk S2.50 corps." to $3.59 per day. ,. ' y tr.at-hritn- cou-tple- ATTON tees, county and city boards ol health und other officials and good Whmefas, Trachoma, a highly contagious and infei ious chronic C'tizens to assist and ey? d 9ease, long a pestilence ip preventing the further spread of the older counting nnd usually this disease, otherwise likely to entail misery (o. individuals and a spieatkty moatiR .f upon taxpayers almost betowe)sc pencils dihI her thinee burden yond calculation in the light of exu.Brtjin.coininoii by t' Idren ano perience w'th it in other and older fainilies.and which.Wii mturomnt countries It further instructs and pursisteut treat- . ,. ,. r . . Jv counly and city boards of health, iuum,it:tuiis in serious anu per in cooperation with their respectmttneiji'impuirment of vision or blindness. in a huge majority of ive city council :and fiscal courts to cases, ijs'pfficially reported bv ex inaugurate and oxjeuto and to reports of the U. S. Public Health quire the heads of families and Scrv5ce.a8 wide spread in. tlip other pctsons to execute such regulations as such board counties of Breitt itt, C!ay( Jack-so- sanitary may consider expedient to pevent Leg", Leshu, Perry. and adjasections, with many case:. in the spread of trachoma, which is cent Jefforfiou und Clark Counties and hoioby deJared to be an epidemic mqrekii'leds spread into almost and communicable disease and to this end they are requested to tvery bounty in Kentucky, bring all persons iufccUd with and popple prohlemsboth health, economic trachoma under prompt and proper treatment during premoniatid homunitaruu. dtiimudji prompt, nnd concerted acjion, es- tory or other stnges ot the dispecially by tchool authorities ,and ease. By order of the Board, this Sep others llaving the care of children teuiber 1, 1914 wilh wliom the ravages of the dis,VI JOHN G. SOUTH, ease sce'tli most disastrous. President. Now,, therefore, be it known, that the state Board of Health of A. T. McOORMACK. Secretary. Kentucky in the exorciso of authority yested in it. by law, hereby PUBLIC SALE lorbids'-onperson ' affected or 1 will sell my house and lot in suspected to bo affected wi'h 1.1.1 Hnlt i b t rt 1. !ial r..t111y1nj.11. uiu rr minnnly known as vmuuitiiuiu iu niu ' to attend i.iiv" deron Saturday Sopt. 5. Nice "ted sore school, .public or nilY..io. in thirf house contuiniiier 5 rooms, ode Good garden, CuwtuOiiwtulih us teacher or pupil porch and "a11 nice back yard, located on SUtu' and requests and instructs all pliysicians, teachers,, school trus ford St. in 2oo yards of one of the best schools in the state. This property will bo sold on 4 months time, posession any time. Now occupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. ish-hnsl- ns, lawamwi TRACHOMA - tT.'.rst'ymf. tkWBjS fAflVtttiv Myn timmaxMjmmMmmaaivmml ChiBdren Cry for Fletcher's a , Xlio 1 t, Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonyht, nnd which hns been iu ttso for or-- r JJO years, Jins uoruo tlio sltnmtnro or nntl lias uccii ninao under his sonnl supervision slnco its Infancy. Allow no 0110 to tlccclvo you in this. d " arc hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " ISxpcrlniciils that trlflo with and endanger the health of Infants nud Children Experience ngaiust Experiment. Z(4 a, pcr-&Jrf-- ?-- Just-as-goo- -- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotio Kuhstaiicc. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays Foverlshncss. I'or moro than tliirty years it has heen iu constant uso for tlio relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, nil Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tlio Stomach nnd Dowels, assimilates tlio Food, giving healthy and natural Bleep. , Tho Children's I'nnuccii Xlio Mother's Friend. Cnsinrfri CASTOR I A What is snhslltnto for Castor Oil, is harmloss Pare- GENUINE C ASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS ! zzt?$ fcuc&Ai The KM You Have Always. Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUR COMAMV NKW VOWK CITV. V 1 ft 1 - eis v J. L Kknnkdv, Crab Orchard, Ky. M ')) HOWS THIS? We offer One. II under d Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'f Catarrh Cure. P. J. Chhnhv & Co., Toledo, O Wo, the undersigned, havt known V. J Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfec-lhonorable in all business transactions and fiinaucially able to entry out any obligations made bj his firm. NATIONAL HANK OK COMMHRCH-Toledo- UIHDeTAKEE JUL. . '' &S30aA Li;Aa irv.r. y Our line of Couch Cahkets is tincxct'lli'ii e 'SwfiiH 'ollins liirnished ilu.'U'su sem ',0 all jmrts of the County llitnd-inatl- All orders by Wire Promptly Filled y ,. iJHMKHSB8Si Phono 94 S a. eoxfi '2 L 1 mid rty MT. VERNON, KY , 1 O. n rl.' 1 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inupon the. blood and mucous surfaces system. Testimonials seut free Price 7; cents ner bottle. Sola b all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills foi, constipation ternally, actiiiR directly of-th- e ;Chas. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. cnnajraraTPSggJarrsn3gg?afji thirty-nin- e. U unui Chas. C. Davis n Mt , Vernon Ky. " Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of $ the- - PEOPLES BANK there's a reason. SAFE AND"S0LID $ S I Eye;y ankirg Facility $ AMPLE RESOURCES A Failed to Check Russian Advance, Rome, Sept. 2. Dispatches received here say the German garrisons at Torn nnd Graudcrti filled fo check the Russian advance. ;Desplte the which the.y have received the Austrlans are. retiring from Gall-cla- . They arovuuabie to stand the Russian bayonet, charges. Numerous prisoners, guns jind flagVjiave .boon captured by Russians. " ..- -. D .- - .,. Shanghai, Sept. 2. A Japanosu expeditionary force has occupied tKq Island or Tslchlen bayj facing tho Gorraait fortsfbf Ts'lngtauH A Japanese, dostrbyb'r which! had goha ;i;muuun vm ivieiuau i8iaia;vwas d H atroyed by a German ibOhC ' -- ,"Yu' r 'cordially Invilad to mala thia nptcl'V6ur headquartars whila in Louiaviile. !CAiLanlyfer.B day. Have our mall and packages addreuad her. You will alway. boa wclcom (ueat. ROBERT . JONI3, Mutiir, Swellings of the caused l inflammation, cold, frrttiuros ol the bone, toothache, neuralgia 01 rheumatism cau be telitvod by ni plying BALLARD'S SNOW UN IMKNT. It'sliould be welljruhb ed on over the part effected. It gieit healing and penetrating power eases the pain, redrces swelling and restores n lural conditions. Price 25c. 50c nnd $ r."( per bottle. Sold by Jo in Rcbi Ky. fl-- sh My Phone No. is (39) We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m, You are cordially welcome in our place at any Lime during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. iiq v:; m ,.:: i: i '.W y.:V'(!-- $ 'For the Convenience of the People $ h '.--'. I $ CUM OF KOCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ X, T Austrian Defeat Colossal. Bucharest, Sept. 2. The Austrl defeat In Gallcla was fcolossa.1. TfaWSV are transporting tens' of 'tlfousandsor wounded. Numerous, Austrian .regj menis were aostroyea. THEY WILL AVENGE LOUVAIN Berllnese Alarmed Over the Reported M m .t xT . i i To! aiOAflV- 1 .T jV fc iii 5 9 3 E2Q2C3533SSSKgK333E PEOPLES . $ BANK $ $j "9 i 1 o nHt KABO (,"V?11' Un Modal - Sit, i. ,i ' u'H what you want in a Kabo The ' JLive Model Corset."7 Ypu'll get up-to--d- ate V'11 .WU J. buying your clothes, you can least afford' to economize in getr, ting your corset XI to ispend your money carefully in TF you havq , ' tin A XJ.X1XJ. kdV , LX V Ut greatest alarm In Horlln over the advance of the hitssiau troops. The nows that the oraperor has left the western headquarters and, moved lto the Russlati front has shown'the restdents or tlio capital where the immediate porll to their safety lies. A story has been circulated that the Russians are preparing to avenge Lou v$ln by treating the city of Berlin' In tho same way as the Germans treated that nltv. Manv nf thn i.nnnlnpo nhr ctln get, away are golns to Norway, Denmark and SwItKorJand. Li";M; . Sulcldd'eY'a'Bachelor. ! . uoryaon, . j Mept, z. Aaron Ev- ma., j, - Threat!of Ruaalan ": N. .. tiie naguc, sept. z. There . M . Is the YouCanMakeYourHouseMoreAttractive With the HaidsomeBabbittPremiums T can of Babbitt's pure iye is paid insurance against dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditionsUn the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. TEN-CEN- xx i & "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the .use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal Jor la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had tiic measles, they went In on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she lias had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Drauglit," Saved GlrPs life Black-Draught S Black-Draug- ht r 1 Ui THEDFORD'S m m f;Bed.'r'o,.bl0Kr'..c-.m, " If you will write we will send you a book lAbsolutely Free telling a hundred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our vjl" 1 ft m w'h a razor- - x, ;.r, Jrjnl CORSET Style mawc 6014 Saw tODwIth allk tmlirnlilcrvtriiT Has a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and Ions skirt. Is very iiantiy boned. Mas h front clasp. Back wires have feutlitrboneat wwninui32,nree pairs ol supporters. Sizes, 20 to Ujm average figure corset. inlshcd at ui curucu uaiisie. .Price) $3.00 porjfiej the, fort and lasting service liver correcaht, ' It vita fystem, silthula,tes-'theojgarjs from a' Kabo; it ;ismade( and puis (he'bt'dy iafine'lgorons is' cnndition.'ji Plce iSte Sold by for you to wear. worth what you pay at J'on Robing.'.Brbdfaead.tiCy ' any price. Children Ory j- style, fir, com-It V'llow complexion, pimplos apd dijfiiguring blemishes on ihe face prlbbd catbe gotten by 'drcioring the liver, which Jar tor Vid HEKBIN jigy ; pmverltil pYehium catalogue illustrating: beau- Ktifuliahd Valuable presents exchanged " f for coupons. 1 ft A I, B.T.BABBin 'ABBfTT'S, IYE L. O. '-- nmit HaSne'SMp'taaker r The Great Soau Maker ' For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's has proved Itself a sate, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try It is a medicine of known merit. Seventy-fiv- e years of Splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. In my home." Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught. i a ma. .h tira JL776 New York City bXIbiTTS BETHURUM & LEWIS - FOR SOLD BY A. B, FURNISH C A.S.gy3LRAfcd 4' FtETtHEHS 4: " THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE iHnp flfi f LYE ' Attorneys at Law Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Ji. k t i Offices in Bothurutn Will practico in all tho Bldg. Courts. CASTORJ A