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Mount Vernon signal: September 4, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914090401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 4, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday . CwiP i Era fQPW& M tzViSM -- &mm 'kj as n e- 5 & s-- : Jr " 1ES Established S3 JUsMfe, .ss f 83 vMy r is f 1887 COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY mi. ii iiimi mini inmr '' ""' VOLUME XXVII. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE SMT. I 4, I 1914 NUMRLR 45 in iiiimiii in mi i.i nni fifes r rTr Y n r-- m i mhiw -- i'iftrTM . I HOI ft- Ma, I aaW.W-pi.....y. TW It . 1 & i H 1 pyms rs fci hid UonAot On rou iu in&iiai vuoi Blii.iaiaiSfiAfta(iaifliieAsafiatiaaasaaaa....n Qce...jo9.,,55;,o;i;;;35;j,S5i;;;s;;;;;;;:;;;;?..;;;i t r t t Songs Gathering ". : ? ae 1 & 5 1 The Sheaves The Whole Country Will Soon be Singing a Chorus of Prosperity, Stilling the Quar-rels of Business and Politics, Silencing the Grumbles of Pessimism. i 3.. e - .. OCm f g" Cs... Or C - Q... INgf dTI It m F5 TV5 T 11 m fS f - - v 6J0 tJ mi) mmsmwm m mm$mm$$ii NOW ON SALE AT THE EMPORIUM 11 AVING been requested by hundreds of our customers to carry FURNITURE iu con- pttifw M7nr?2f4Mina?2OT x Mill Mii' 41d i nection with our mammouth DRY GOODS. CLOTHING and SHOE STORE. We take pleasure 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- ing ; with that easy feeling, the satisfaction of knowing your money is buying more than it would in the ordinary furniture store. It you are not ready to buy tokay call and let us show you anyway. I "You'rk Blacic," shouts the et iiiil oo Pot of Business to the Kettle of a JO 'uO Politics. "So are you," cries Poli SB tics to Business in retort, "what tuo et- you need is a bath of -a honesty." "And what you Polo am iticians need is to purge yourselves o ot Hypocrisy," says Business. : .... ; a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAaaAAAMAA.AAA&.irrr . n.a www-wWhile these two are bandying ..a- tt r o t mtiiiiggteiioiiltti3ttiititiii)IM..at( 0 uai"atiBB99ssigfBCieiaegBitJ9aa8ti9S9aCi6O09dl' epithets, you and we, Comsumers, Wage-earnerTux pajeis. and j small fry generally, are gritting lour teeth because of the obsti-ntee fVfry nancy of these belligerents who VV article to lie exact US) would rather have hard times if ly ns we represent. they cannot have their own w:iy lle-e- , when we say barand say. gains is s o. That Kver since the Democrats came someliotly loses money is lll into power and even before that, l ertain : Sometimes it is since their election in November of he maiMifactures. again 1M 19 12 the professional Republican onie big retail ci)cern, editors and spellbinders have been and at times we acrilice crying calamity and predicting our profit. Our custom"soup houses" and "panics." ers reap the-- leniiit no matActually they would be glad to ter who los' have disaster so that they could chestily declare: "We told you j 96. ) ' i old-fashion- ! 'lam I s .. That are Unusual 3? a.nd Extraordinary ............ ........ m i a9 '09 'OO dB OO ') ......:::..;::::;;:: 1 it so." resent these dolorous preachments of hard times for partisan purposes merely. That Wc-t 3 . 8' I -- '" rji"J'- g 9 " ii ' A - Zgt WKVsapsefjfiKWftt 1111' it. J. ...-- ., RUGS, CARPET MATTING , CURTAINS ank every thing to home. i Tra-J- - - -i "7 m TiiTiir'-t- r "i ; ""mT" '"" ""j 'WlBI We cannot too strongly is the hypocrisy of which Politics needs to be purged. Oa ttie other hand the Demo cratic administration started out with a heavy plan of campaign, directed, against special privileges enjoyed cbiefty by Big Business. It has taken a long time -- an unconscionably long time to carry thru this programme, and tho job is not finished yet, tho the end is probably in sight wituin the next six weeks. When the anti-trulegislation measures aro enacted and put along with the completed business of currency law aud new tariff, the whole country will breathe easier. Relief will be immediate. will cease Then crimination and we shall hear their tumult, the merry songs of trhe, harvest as they garner in the crops. st ... . a I BWJ TOM n''llw i;i furnish the "Quality" is emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. BELOW REGULAR Bargain.-- our watchword.. "RIBHT PRICES" - cur Motto. 'VST "IT U. 1 Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent PRICES in j f at! ST TTO - - C VI rtrJHJ gSXz:V'&3133SK2 j Sensational SMf3HS2KiWgjMCJG&R.r HS.'Jiti,rt',uii1. 1 V f'Ti 1 j?itg?sars'asaagdg msiiisz:ZYJ3c?Z?&733ejZ Monday ETSiSSXa 3 j (j night, will W. Uaker of this p'acn. Mrs, j Stanford, Kv., Sept. 1. Hugh find out kiter and give names. R. .1. Lemoads and j daughter, ' Brown, a negro, was killed early i visiting relatives W. H. Knieger is breaking grout d Miss Eliztbeth this morning while robbing the Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Oliver and Just received a new car of 10 build another iu London this house. veek. Mr. a. id store yf Servance & Sons by A. Just children are isiiing relathes in theOMlMiahle, l.estof all us gro.v. Mrs. ildia Tur- Mrs. Will Nicholas of Lixington JT. lUomley, senior member of the V. Miss tilhel Ilajs wat'h Ashville, Cincinnati, pin is visiting relatives at U'iidie hive returned home after a Jew firm of Bromley & Bromley. Mr. Never in all the world's history has returnel from American Fence Bromley, who occupies apart- - has the United States raised so this week Now all the fans are days visit with relatives here. after an etmded isit with rcla r only one was raents above at lower price- than ever T. Francis, the tiv. then'. Mrs. Moss MulHus ovt-- andWe are atmotes ?how to W. sningle banning dentist has ed early this the store, by a arous much wheat as this year nearly U1 a lo.-- to know his morning for in Rockcastle noise one billion bushels. ont at the of Paris, is visiting her parents come. County. Xow i the time In corn, the estimated produc here, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mounce what we are g"iug to do, but ti.e Eight Gable. Mr. S. U. Franklin in the basement, lie dressed and will get warm directly the mediator between Maret and went down on the street, but failto buy your Fence. more tion is for a Mrs. 12. L. Cockerdl after a campaign ' aud business will pick up again. m self was here Tuesday but ed to fi d anyone, so returned to bushels than last year few days visit with relatives at It is a Well the overseer has informed claimed that he name on a peace his room. He soon heard the banner year iu all the cereals, and home Stanford has returned help iig-dmission, so look out. something is noise again, and this time he got for cotton, hay, all the fruits, an d ,m engineer oi us that he wants our K lgiue Or.i-lolTfor six more days to help fill up a going to drop. We understmd out on the roof of the portion of every farm product that can be Louisville, is visiting his mother, few of the mudholes and beat up a that our school will not begin un the store that is one story. The named. Mr.,. J. H. OrnddT Judge H. J a short We noise continued aifd in This means thousands of mil Uethurum of Somerset, and Ju Ige few more rocks and then perhaps til the first of October. we can use the road for another would have preferred that it be while he saw the screen door open lions of doliirs to farmers and L. W. Bethurumof Mt. Vemoi, 1I1 were here between tmins Sunday year. Weil if it ain't cue blamed gin at an earlier date, but if we at the back end of the basement horticulturists of the United States thing it is another. Oh! for the can't get what we want we can whereupon he tired. The burglar and that we shall turn these foodth-J. M. L)iHe is in Pineville ! ilrt Bromley, i.r 111 tt.lllU tulvit illt. i lmt lvTHU) gives ran and Mr. fired two stuffs into gold in the markets of liAL lVlli 41. m week. S. H. Penuington ot Lon- Booneway, or something x.a old song "vou must us. Mrs. W. 11. Cottongun has more shots. When the second Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, don, WiH here Tues lay on husi pkue of this the world. failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. You cannot get away from it ness. T M. Dies lelt for Wil work six days or more if neves- .returned horn L union aftei a few shot was fired Brown dropped sary." J. II. Walton is a jiror at days vUit with relatives. Mrs the bundle of articles he hid Prosperity hangs to us and will We were fortunate enough to get about 4.000 pairs of hamsburg to attend the State are not be shaken off. We Only one uot Men's, Ladies", Boy.s', Misses and Children's Shoes and few days taken from the store. Co ricil of the J. R O. U. A. M Mt. Vernon this session of court. W. A. Warren after a are We hive just finished reading visit with relatives at Corbin lias shot took effect the wasting treasure in war. We wilEntering Oxfords that come i'roin the best manufacturers in the which met iu that city Tuesday. -employing every man who is te1 returned home -- L. H. We pro-pos- e AT OUR OWN PIUCK. whole country Rice of right leg it severed an artery and ling and able to help in harvestMr and Mrs. Geo black have le a letter in tne Mountain Advoc to allow our customers to reap the benefits ot" this ing. turned from a few days visit with where correspondent speaks of Paris, has been with homefolks hebled to death. A negro woman on her way to Within six weeks mercantile remarkable purchase. relatives at loudon. There were the good old times forty ye us ago frafew days Mrs, H. M. bespeaks of the old log school Mink of the Big hill section is work found Brown dead in a pool business will lose any feelings ot seven wagon loads of watermelons have or shall them loose for spot cash only Brown's bedy was dep.essiou that it may sold here Monday Say Mt. Ver hor.ses that jou could throw a dog visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Of blood. and will not the activihave had, non can you duplicate this and thru the ciacks, tne backless seats Jones of tnis place. Mr. and Mrs. taken to thecourth mseaud awaits ties responsive to the moving of the crops, the busying of the railOur prices all through our big line will open your eyes. yet it is claimed that we are the the old stone chimney and last Ben Price of Lexington,' are visit- the Coroner's inquest but not least he brings to our ing Mrs. Price' parents, Mr. and roads, the call for more textile We aie practical Retail men. We know BARGAINS little smoky town between the When you have an achev, weavers, coal miners, steel workClark mind that blessed volume the old Mrs. D. K Argenbright. R. D. Mr. aud Mrs John are what you want and, By George, we arc going to see bills blue back speller (the library iu Royalty of Louisville is visiting stretchy feeling aud you are dull ers, and other factory operatives. that you get 'em . have moved back to Livingston tired and discouraged it is a sign year in Enstern Ivy j oe bcok.) bo he is a man after his daughter, Mrs .1. W. Terry. after having a of approaching malaria or chills. eaks of the Butch McClure was here ba-- , our own heart5 be You should act quickly to ward off California has been pluming itTuesday enrouteorD nuskins, the log rollings, the an attack. HLRBINli offers you self for weeks on its early and tween trains HERBINE is the medicine that It destroys heavy shipments ot fruits and veghome at Mt. Vernon from the L rail splittings and all the things cures biliousness, malaria und the help you need. WaS in lne5r Slol'y fortv years constipation. The first dose makes the malarial germ, drives out all & A. R. R. where he has a post-- ' tbal etables, and the crop estimates , bet-era few additional impurities aud makes you feel tion as telegraph operator. Patric' "go- - Thtin h waS that ,h golden you feel vigorous and cheer Tul. this year which are far in advance ''"le was complied with viz do , doseS curtiS completely. Price 50c bright, Price 50c. Sold by John Robins. of other yesrs. We have no failyou would have So.dbyJUn Robins, nrodhcad, Brodhead, Ky. ures in any line of production. ' this place Sunday- .- John Fields j others do unto you, but now it is Nothing butsuccess wherever the " the flour salesman of Stanford .no uie oinei iniuw oeeore ne aoes hand of man has broken the crust EEjeH was here Tuesday. Mr. R J. j yu but we can'tay much on this of Mother Earth. 99 for a few suoject iov tuey say we a:e living Leraonds is in Louisville This garden land might be an days. Mrs. J. C. McGuire after ' the .progressive 'age -- Miss Island of Optimism completely returned home a few days visit with her daughter Alice Ward has s Hounded by pessimism, but it Mis. Alvin Carico has returned "ter a two weeks visit with reiais likely soon to be merely a high-wate- r . . 1,- -.. !,. r.it.tl- Gen. tues iu Stanford and at High n p...ic ..,.m,.IV H. UUlUk mark of a rising tide of a Hridge.- - Miss Lou Edi Brown of CO'- Jenkins alter being confined to Prosperity. JMMXffiwffijti The above article was clipped his 100m for a few days is able to Parksville. is visiting her cousin, ra: BSiifiii&uEflH Miss Ella Mae Blauford of ibis from a Los Angeles, California be out again. Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. ab 9 paper and mailed us by J C children have return- p'ace Mrs. W. T. Merimee cf Preston and ej Paris, is visbing Mrs. Geo. Pope. a. ed home from Boston. We unAdams, a Rockcastle boy who is of Mt. Ver- Mirs Anive Baker gathering some of the rich har derstand that a certain couule I!!!!!??!! is visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. J mar-luovests ot that paosperoue state. went to Jelhco, Tefm., to et ,:::5 : t : n Uf NmMHMIHMMMNM: : .::: I N (3 T O X. ried on Shoe , Clothing. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Hardware and F u r n it u r e .. - j - Hi hilf-billio- n , FECIAL s Bargains Sh ocs turn sasss I We J - NOW GET BUSY. , XT ft X 5 "to.H... U. G. 1 aw muMTM vjj M - . ! Rockcastle's Biggest Store 9 "09 -- u, NtlHf .""'!!;; i cause of ano'h r Z ppelm v. it l'KIDAY, MJ)f p jj Hj MANS MYRON T. HERRICK M. ' DELCASSE. . IfflBllfl1 M H 4. 1914 . he J iii-- Published cvoy Friday by EJGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONR YKAR on it dep rted wit'iou. drop .ing ARMY grat ilirigiMe was thvi! any bombs HEULIN GUARDED BY FIVE ( FUSSING ABVAWTABE Allies9 ' or at Paris American Ambae Ae Takes Note of Attacks. I ' Made 1 French Statesman Has Been War. of Minister mmSmefLiSV hV Hg&3pJS Sfi S 1 I iJfrl H Bd lM 8 IllfW t P L 6 S '' ill t-TRr"- El ZA ,lA iSh- -J vXnYutJ OKI'S. Sl.OO Amsterdam Sept. Wvtrtisi'ig rates made application MEMBER OF ficial dispatch from on five Gentian army coip-known An of Berlin siys 2 i (2 .0.00(1 men) have bee.i se'et.tvel to resist 0:1 Left Wing V an attack I ocal the cap til ' KENTUCKY PKK-5- ASSOCIATION Travel Benefitted Falls Back. V V ffiSfa. London, Sept 2 A corner of the curtain over the battle drama iu Northwestern France bas been raed. It showb ihe allies hauling desperately to prevent the success oi the German assault on the upper Oise, less th;n fifty imlei, from Paris On the eastern SC5TS7?- -fcv Trai.is 21 and 22 Extended Queen 1'rains Announcement is iiia!e bj the A. Givsct-n- t liou e that '21 TAKING NO CHANGES SpSfefsJr $Mm$ Myfj dPWP tMMMJ '' . i lAfi &$m flP WSei&&& aiul '22 no.v opi-iate- d wartage 'th-lo.- liussia frankly confesses to disaster to of Ivu a rm v corps, and three generals. the Russian iirmy v; ere eetned to liave triumphed. Galieia has been successfully invaded, and Lemuel'; will soon be lV.icu ated, accoidiujj to reports from war otlice. the St. l'eliM'-btu- g If this ti ue the Austrian menace to Russian Poland will be endn ed and the Russian forces can to converge for the march on Berlin, the Russian objective in North Galieia apparently being Knemgshuue, whei.ee they can march on Benin, via Biesluu. I he announcement Irom Vienna t pivpi rations have been made for the evacuation of Lember, the cipital of Gadcia, in view of the "oevitahilnv" ol an approaching Rus-ia- n oct ) union is tlie tiist of-- ; fii'ial "admission th..t the Austrian s between Ontitla. Teiiti , and i eet, Ivy , will be extended, tfi'ect ive Sunday, September Oih, 1914, and operated dailv between Oneida Tenn.. and Lexington, Ky. '1 he perforin hi 'eof tins newservi e add seventy-nin- e tra ti in lies each way, or one bundled and filUeight addttonal mi es for the round trip At the presiit time when the expense of commodities required in the opt ration and maintenance of railrou s is at its higiiest and most cai"iier are cui tailing, ratlur than exteudlug, their facilities, this now service afforded by the Qneen & Crescent Route is worthy of the greatest attention and p.itro.iage on the part of the traveling pub he. Angla-Freno- h Forces Decline to Join Battle. -- '"jMt lSVP KvtS iKfcrM? KftSyife. ' JvlilllslII PAv,-'- ' lltV J .s & j? idle Pthellfb?no more this daj? after you've pa in c gr-atest llwi?f you built. little 5gf ficur aflour m ever own milling M day. Uoyour 11 rhey au" use llour- - bbla. finest aroi.rd 3yjigS And v"ltht:i3 wonderful little 33g mill f tha Makes high as 50 fJg? U.2j ' - ilplN l W&tife ' Fp&&SsJ&M THE -- SITUATION ELSEWHE0E On ike East the Germans Claim a Great Victory. JIjpMra .mSfikS' f3SE0 mgf paris taking heakt & I V-S- fffyi wStf&! EH-if- J fill r 'JS?C''sw'' ig ROLLER FLOUR MILL cnnqnicUy built! npaiiisrpayintrlloHrtradc right m jour own com- S inventor. Tvtersall. A suarantecd sulccss tint sreolaiionlztd t!.t m - pijmJMt' jW& injj liusintss. "A complete roller Hour mill iu one scull case, rtquinnc ISBKl SELF-CONTAINE- D gK m & V - You II- ISllik iS?3Kf Ife - "A r3arrel oi 3etter Flour Cheaper" rcuch c' nper than the largest nil'3. Gruids rye and buck- on JMlays tnal k guarantee. Gcta'-MMls- JpP? S- JlPpl g- -- - - Stockholm, Sept. 2. Reports from St. Petersburg say there has been heavy cannonading in the Skagerack. London, GIVING THE QUESTION i mmxm0 nnj J but mi ti rTHSS"A "0 Sr'ivii Vi U f 'SS'V,UftL.i4 l3-S- ' "-'- b'" 5 ,go M PS? " f" to &7 "? "" feriHjI'V i&J ia 11 ln-- 1 .1- - Jl fe ful Flour V...1 -- tlhnr hat others an dome lth ani what j ou. yourself. , be-jn- passengers 22 can arrive Danville before!) a. m. and Lexingt' 11 before 10:30 a. m; uarsact their bnsmess and return on No 2I in the afternoon, arriving hojne beiore bed time. Local tra .'el bttween Somerset and Damillcard to and from ate points will be particn- aiiy benefitted by this new , By using Train as there will now be locnl tiams each way daily two hetwetn those points, making all stops, instead ol the heictwfore nam u- - 11 Sort. 2. The allies' left has again retreated to avoid the continued German attempt to envelop the Anlo-Frcncline from that quarter, The 6oy3rpr.:nl Maintahlng Its according to advices received here Keulrai Mll.ade. fiom Pails. The French embassy qave out this statement: ' Thu army corps have Washington, Sept. 2. Assurance! had to give ground, but nowhere have that President Wilson will steer a they been broken through." course during the Kutopean war that A I'atis cot respondent quotes the diivei of one of the automobiles of will enable the United States to main tain its neutral attitude without criti the Hutioli geneial start", who has recijin from anyone abroad uere given to Paris fiom the front, as sayturned ing that the German advance has been to the committee on merchant marine by Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo. well checked to the north of Com-!egne and the Germans have asked Mr McAdoo was commenting on sugn.r an armistice to bury their dead gestions that had been made that if Compiegne is only forty miles north-wts- t the United States attempted to operate ships as proposed in the pending o Paris. In tlie ncrtl "t of Fiance the administration bill, it would be coutt-mtiouble with some of the European French have chested ihe Germans in The secretary of t'ie the 1 sirii.t of helhel, iwentj miles, belligerents. treasury told the house committee that sot llivnt cf c.o''a'i the of the there need be no concern on tin cr ol Ftench hopes forty-fou- r h Anglo-French THE GLOSEST STUDYi Conditions Found to Be Goiter Than In 1870. Antwerp, Sept. 2. A French aeroplane appeared over Umbels and dropped hundreds of leaflets with the message to the citizens of Brussels, "Take courage. Deliverance soon." In '(' i V"i " t 3 JSli ' O Wk Tiils',, "'' - ZZa tSi rV Ze&&S?j ulnar n pi AILO-AHEP-iCA- N CO.. Inc. S-- HILL jS"- - ST- i 7 1'"1 in SH- - V - iiimiiiiiw X --- '$"&.' ' ) ! 1 g is'-in-- longed fighting RUSSIAN 1 li'ive been worsted in the 111 GaFu'ia pto-- ' Southern Appalachian Good Roads Association President's Office, Chapel Hill, N. C. jeais ago. Reservists Called Out. Diopatches liom Paris announce that the war o.hc has issued a communication announcing that the minister of war has decided to call out all reservists In France who had not already joined the colors. The British army is believed to be about to engage the German extreme right unless it has already done so. The British troops aie rested after the of last week, and their losses have been made good with fresh troops. The statements that the Brit ish, while lobing heavily in their re treat last v.ee'.c the official figures; were G.000 men had inflicted far greater losses on the enemy, are borne out by a dispatch quoting a Red Crocs nuise as s;ajing that the Ger mans lost 25,000 men at Cambrai All severt-rightin- ccore. Moiuovtr loin the field of operations have NEWS CHEERFUL. LkUssian accounts Convention Office, uoads Associati m wnl hold its Sixth Annual Convention at Bris Va Team. October bo. and IlirHitllv fi'n:n tll lnl'HVkHS f tol. 'he Bristol Board of Trade will Tnorn and (raudeii7. . Nothing so complete as the lves-- ' join the Association in an effort to make this the greatest Conven- ., , 111 VI.IIOUlUI ll 1IHW- - Ll.flll Lll tion the Association has ever actual battle line in France has held. been known since the beginning of i herewith extend you a coili?l the war. imitation to attend the ConvenThe signific.inre of the removal tion as a delegate, and I will thank of the Got man mill t try headquaryou to appoint about 50 delegates ters from Coblenz to an unk'iown dutiintion ditlicult to estini tie to represent your organization at the Convention but the change is regarded I know you will select men in interesting tere ted in good roads and who The announcement by a Paris are able to attend, and I want to natier ih.it fourteen German st:itT 'aSk that J ou natify them of their othcers have been captured and, interned at N fines is the first ititi appointment mid urge them to at tend. We will also "notify them malum of this incident. 1 1 mav as soou as receiving their names piob-iblbe significant, although aud addresses from you it is not said where the Gertuaus The Association is not only do were taken prisoners. ing a gieat work in encouraging BRITON'S DESPERATE STAND. On the upper Oise the British the construction and maintenance are fighting desperately to pre of improved roads in the Southern Appalachian Territory, but is en vent the Germans from .securing couraging and prompting the con one of the most direct routes to Paiis. News of this battle reach- struction of great Interstate High ing here from two different sources ways traversii gall the States of and reaching other isthefi'st definite information the Southeast country. sections ot the since the end of the battle of Mons. The Convention will be educaThe battle raged Sunday and tional as well as entertaining. Monday, and bjT sheer weight of Some of the best equipped men in numbers the Germans secured a the country wi'l t.ddriss the conslight alviniee. on ihe question of loca Wiliti y expeits pr.int out that vention muiiiUn-anc- e from h present position on the tion, cons: ruction and of roads, Rderal and Stve Upper Oise mer the German advance will hecome increasingly aid. and the progress of the road difficult owing to the natural feat- movement will be repotted from ures of the country as well as the all sections of the Southeast. Literature and program giving furthartificial defences that will have er information will be Sent all to be encountered. delegates ALLIES PLAY FOR TIME We fully realize that the conn It is becoming evident that all along the western hue the Allies try without good roads is a dead and we want t,o help make are playing for time in the hope one, that the German assault will be- every community m the Southcome exhausted. They hope to east a live one. Will you not come and bring a few other live ptevent an eveloping move by the representatives lo the Convention? Germans. Ladies are cordially invited and On the diplomatic side Gercan he appointed as delegates. many is making renewed efforls You v? very truly, to bring Italy into her camp by a Joseph Hyde Pratt, proclamation which cites that a President. victory for Fngland and France will deprive Italy of ail chance of Cashier W. L. Richards, who dominating the Mediterranean. bought theETiatt property recently The western c ast of Belgium on West Main has very materially ard the northwestern toast cf changed the building and mide France are apparently clear cf many additionsat,d improvements Germans. M r. Kichards expects to move to in- - the pioperty next week. Antwerp bas asked for an ' j been continuously cheerlul. Even the defeat t.f Russians by the Oer m m.-ilias I Prussia has ui abated The the optimism of Petrogtud Russian ciiL-- of the general staff calls ihe alfair merely a re eise, oue to the unexpected appearance of luavj German reinforcement-- , accompanied by siege guns, ap u f Bristol Va. Tenn,, August 24. 1914 Mr J AS Markt, Ass'tSec'y P.ristol Lexington Highway Ass'ti Mt. Vernon, Ky. Dear Sir: "There is no more punctilious cit zen of this country residing Us m trallty than the president." observ.-- l Mr. McAdoo. "I think you can afe5 trust him and the proposed sh ;r:c board not to take any stens in bnviri; hips that would be calculated U vtw late the country's neutralif ." Mr. McAdoo gave the ecimr"LUe"to 'indcrstand that the couutn 'i? to buy In case piiva'e capita' failed to dc so. and has aiwn tha mie-- tion of po,sibio ; ;uij lier.t.ons grea- study aud reaeaivli .uro-jokin- g Paris, Sept. 2. Refertin to the differences of conditions in 1S70 and 1914, it is pointed out that the forts surrounding Pat is aie now seven and eight miles from the outer walls, so that no German shell can reach the public monuments. The Germans m 1870 held the lailioad between Strast, burg and Paris, but in 1911 they ate compelled to provision their army through Belgium if they invent Paris. The Comte De Mini sa.b: "1 hea people say 'It's 1870 oer again,' but there is no compatison. In 1S70, aftei two battles fought on the same da one of our armies was overthrown, ut terly routed, from the frontier to Cha Ions. The other army retreated tr Metz and t. I1 . nivnorr . vrTTcirT v j n...jn.v.. kvv. nu awii by using t i r I II : viti) uui ' 750 'p n,.-?- c.iiu tiuugcijr XAU$l itihij u3 i I'LL! I L ssgr.V tl ' f Combination Pneumatic Sweeper 13 Release from btooa dnxlgery from the strain of moving and lifting furniture and from the dang-roscattering ol dust and germs that are raised by. the use of the bioom and the old fashioned carpet svveeper.caa be attained by the use of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, Jthcugh easily operated by hand, creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint. pins, threads, ravelinc', etc. THE GUHTIEY SWEEPEfiS are made in three s.zes and sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-I- e ia yojr own home for 10 days Free of Charge. p 41i T I i KCI?5i3M j1 -- A . Privit, shut itself up and hence Sedan followed forth was useless. fourteen days later. The war bctv.eei the battle of AVissembourg and tin calamity had lasted twenty-ninda& "We now, on the thirtieth da aftc mobilization, have been checked, not diluted. We have lefred. we hae not been routed. Our armies are in tact and their moiale has not been e after Bonny, Rezouville and For more detailed Information write TOOY Dur.tfe Pncu.. citicSueep.rCo ( U-fT ir -r- Agents Wanted 50 ! S. Slat- tre t Ctik 'GO - v; mj.b y--. nLrx m affected." TlioC,,..ilii.n A -- . .!..!, :,.. I SUFFERING Bcf-rjii'- 0..,..1 j SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION PASSENGERS IN ' DAKCER THE INNOCENT -- 1 alone. i- - Seveie Fighting Reported. According to the French war office report tlie withdrawal of the leit wins from position vis made to avoid an unfavorable engagement which might have been decisive. The center and right, according to official reports, are holding out firmly. There is severe fighting along the line from Rheims to LaFere and there have been a number of engagements along the Lorraine border and in the Vosges. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says that the German defenses in East Prussia have been strengthened. It also reports that the Russian advance has met with reverses. Reports fiom Berlin say was one of the greatest battles of the war, that 120,000 Russians were killed and 70,000 taken prisoners. The Russians claim that their advance has not been checked aud that they are occupying defenses atonnd Koenigsburg. St Petersburg, by an imperial edict issued bv the czar, has been renamed PetrograJ. The termination buig has been dropped off, it is assumed, because of its German origin. Austrian Reverses Reported. Reports from Vienna say that along the Russian, Prussian and Austrian border 3,000,000 men are engaged and that the battle line extend; tor 400 miles. The Austrian flanking movement toward Lublin is reported to have been a failure, entailing considerable less and a withdrawal from Russian Poland. Lemberg is invested by Lake Steamer Had a Thrilling Racr With Death. Chlcu'o Sont. 2 Carrying 300 nns, sengers. hr lake steamer City of Chicago ean.h fne when about twelve miles from tnis rort After the blaze was discovered it was found that the wireless apparatu . would not work. Captain B.iork then, ordered the engines full sieed aheai! ind the race against death was begun. Forty-fiv- e minutes later the big boat.' sank its bow into the government pier' md was wedded fast. The work of! rescuing tho passengers then v. as eas ily accomplished. -- Horrid After Effect of the War in g CiNCiNNATi AND RETURN Sunday, SE T IS h : ViKotnol P Rotterdam, Sept. 2 parties who have bei'ii ti 1.0'i".in a- ' have retuinel here si- the to.;. ui.it.' are lined with thousand of wuih and childien who aie "starving an Tne hota; es at Lou neailj" naked vain are changed eveiv tv.'enty-tou- r hours and are still being shi ihtereJ if any shots arc fired by the towns people on the Germans. - SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves TERSE TELEGRAMS JUNCTION CITY 5;35a.m. that the engagement at Allensteln y the Russians, their lines half encircling the citj. Austria is recalling troops from France and also is bringing back more of the soldiets who were sent to the Drina and Danube against the Servians. Washington has been advised through London that a declaration or war by Turkey is expected and that German officers have gone to Constantinople to take charge of the sultan's forts. The Turkish ambassador in London, however, emphatically reiterates Turkey's determination not to interfere in the present European war. The Turkish government, according to a Rome dispatch, Is mobilizing an army of 200,000 and seventy-twhigh German officers have been Incorporated in the army. o Fire in the village of Etna Giecn. HURLED INTO THE DITC;? near Warsaw, Ind.. destroyed all the houses in the northern pait ol Woman's Neck Broken When She Was the town at a loss or $100,000 A dispatch from Ostei . sa. s the Thrown From Handcar. German governoi of Brutcls hus or Fouler, Ind., Sept 2. Mrs. Clyde Brown of Earl Paik was instantly dered the epuIiion of the British resi hours. killed in the Big Four railroad yards j dents with'n twenty-fou- r R. Norris Williams If., of Philade: near here when a handcar on which she and her husband were riding was phia. won the national lawn tennis struck by a gasoline-drivemotor car championship fiom .Maurice E. .Me rrnd hurled into a ditch. Mrs. Brown's Loughlin of San Francisco, tlie title i holder. neck was bioken. Mrs. Brown and her husband had A member of the Austrian genera! borrowed the handcar trun to Fowler staff and a passenger who accompan and were on their way home when the ied hint in an aeroplane weie killed accident happened. She was twenty-fiv- e when their machine fell on the years old. frontier. During tlie German bombardment Kaiser Changes Base. The Ilacue, Sept. 2. It is reported of Mallncs the painting by Rubens, the "mitauulous draft of that Emperor William has gone to the representing destioyed. It hung in the fishes," was Russian front. church of Notre Dame. Mrs. Helen D. Longstreet, widow of The new Mexican government has confiscated all railway properties in General Longstreet of the Confederate army, has filed a petition in bankruptMexico. cy, giving her assets as $10,200 ana her liabilities as ?22,2C. The new federal net weight amendWEATHER EVERYWHERE. T ment to the pure food laws is now In effect. The law provides tuat all con ;l Observations of United States tainers shall be marked with the net weather bureaus taken at 8 p. m. weight on the outside of the package. 'C yesterday follow: Department of justice oilicials say Temp. Weather. 7f r llnotnn . ...... iu that criminal action against certain M Clear uvai.wia. New Haven directors is practically 79 New York Cloudy X certain to be undertaken befoie the Cloudy Denver 52 federal grand jury at .New York some San Francisco. 56 Clear time this month. Cloudy 65 St Paul SO Chicago Official German reports say that the Cloudy Indianapolis... 80 Clear i fighting at Allenstein has resulted in 86 a complete rout of the Russians. Three I St. Louis Clear New Orleans.. 82 Pt. Cloudy? Russian army corps, says Germany's ' 1 war office, or approximately 120,000 Cloudy Washlncton... 80 I ; men, were killed outright. Seventy ' I Fair. thousand Russians were taken prisoners. I n Austro-Russian ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. :SSSSS. J.C.MCLARY UH3EBTAKER and EMBALMER n. ...i . - - i..w j- - A il?r-IZZ- : m?0 r3rs 7 .Jvittai wl -- 3 mm. S o anwcl, Ky COOKING UTENSILS if ihe htht quality iv vor reason-iblricts may be found litre in The greatest j:rMt should always beexrrci'-tof care to keep all coo1: ing nten - cit. an, j ml for thU purpose l- 1 J A'jluminum or Granatc by all means the best. '1 heo-- t s a little greater at lirbt. but it cheaper in the end to buy jond wre at a lair price, than the cheap bargain store kind at any s Mxz3i3 Mount Vernon Monumental twJgM price - -- Lloyd Muret, who was accidentally shot at Livingston last week A telegram receivtu m Rome soia irom iaciory iui from Berlin announces the mobilhome. We have some Tare barhas undergone considerable suffer-in?- ;, ization of the Turkish army. but is resting easier and if no gains in slightly used pianos and Following the advice of Fje'd complication set up will probab organs. Marshal Baron von der Glotz, it is. lj he out on crutches within next Tha Starr Piano Co., stated the Turkish Gqvernraent three weeks. By E. J. Ford, Salesman, will form an army of the first line DanvUle, Ky. Anyone warning Fox Fertiliser composed of 2oo,ooo men, all Motan get same by seeing- W. B. Seventy-twsuperior German hammedans. ' officers, forming the German mili8 283t. British capital no From Wildie, Ky. tary mission at Constantinople, word is the. forthcoming regarding in the vohut are considered have been incorporated the most - :v:.4.om-- j FOUND, the place to buy Siieetacles mid Eyela&M for $1.50 aud up. Gold Silver and Aluininuui Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes tested Free. Years, or experience rUN ANVD Manufacturers of anJ iViDEALEK in Earbles ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 " J. G. MOORE OPTIC TAN. JEWELER COX DROS. STORE yz"r&7'$ct ' Sig-nm- n. o P. H. Conover Dentist -- 'C. MT. U Williams, W, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- . VERNON. KY. CAST.ORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR IT. VERNON, Tflone 49-- KY, Fron tRoorrs over Baker's Store Turkish army and, will participate momentous operations war. in the war. of the The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention givea to collections. Phone N0.80. On 2rd. floor fo. p3CCC - -- JLl! Fisn were in' Better clothes for less money at Fish's. Loudon during the week. f I oi.dnn, was WiMaul Mw Guaranteed Puueiiu bilk hose h- ' .here onbusPv Situi'iluy. at Fish's Dick Srwd ,.lr, is rt me it'er Get voui I us. he'rbi'iz?r from ito rJo. 79 wnen wan toCoinmunl ears in Uie U. S. j s rving ihr V. B. SiomX. cute wfth "SIGNAL. Army. s 28 3t Wild ie, Ky. Rnnit-Richards has returned John Cress hougnt 2000 bushels from a werks visit in Madison of wheat hoin different panics de- county. vered at Dick head tor $1 nu per M r. and Mrs Luther Mul'i is of bushel Cincinnati. :ne with Mr. and Mis j ICUISV'LLC 4. NSHILLE P B Madison Milting Co, of Ru h- .R B. .Muilm i ' Mi-- s vi i'ed 111WUV1, UUUtll it lll III. in M iui.-,tTIME TABLfc. Winifred Wa v.-af Wtldie, Tuesday, at $1 00 per 4.ii!) p 111 her sister Mis. Fun ish the fi'sl 2'.' ucitn. ushel. 24 nortn 3:5? a ni of l"p "erk U-Globe Fertilizer and you'll Crawford left '..5 south .11:43 a ut Mis Blas-rliPiutviile where hve lots ot dollir wheat to sell for 12.19 am i'l Eolith Fi-- ll .t Son to out a short distance next ear See J I as. Landkom, Agent, she wil ; cash or easy pay uu nt terms. day 'from ihocHv. Phone No. 8. VI T " VERNON SIPNAI ' Mr aml W- - !I- - PROGRAM RocliCUSild . L-- and Bye. Rereliction. A NEW LAND COMPANY RE CENTLY ORGANIZED Tj Subdivide a Beautiful Tract of 30,- 000 Acres in Southern California, Lying Close to Los Angeles. lil Fundy Srnnnl Innvpr.h.iri Vill Convene With 79 79 I fredom Church, I Near Maretburg Tuesday, Sept. 8, iS14. v 5? i.OT R. N Gooch, President, 1 I I r 1 e e tch HnlT.-.- l :.t the Mt Vernon, mail us t coiid-eias- s Ky. I'.loflue j ihkiut. j l.IMi, School Rat.'.- - LANGDON MEMORIAL SdiOOL for iot:it Fish's. Fall Term of Lungdon Memor-;a- ! CiicuhCouri adjourned Wednes Scnoo! will begin Moudiv, Sepday tember 14th. S'udents unless Frank Miller was in town Tues otherwise notified, will arrive on Cash will a. ways buy goods da v. Saturday the r2th of September. Chester I andru 111 is wiili home cheaper. High School girls are expected on I f"lks. Star Brand Mwe are befei t September 5th. t Fish's. Mrs Msiry Williams continues We aie gld to announce that t improve. Butr:i:iK in llojs Suits every Miss Clarkson, Miss Martineau Mis-McOord is expected to ar day at Fish's. Mis.sCathey and Mks Carson are tonight. me The.-to be wall us again. Rev. Alien is .it. Scaffold Cane -home from asi-tm- g Butch McClure Rev A. J Pike in a re- teachf rs need no introduction or lackson for a few days. recommendation to the patrons of vival. the school and the people of Mt. Miss Myrtle Joplin of Cincinnati Globe Fertilizers produces Dol- Vernon. here. i visiting relatives lar wheat, .''or sale by J. Fish it Miss Anna Belle Stewart has M. F. Craig is improving rapid Son, Mt. Vernon, Ivy. been secured to take the place of ly from his attack of typhoid. grade teacher made vacant b Wil'iam Anglin has been Mr. J. A. Landrum after a Miss Bradley's acceptance of work vacation has returned to pointed administrator of in the High School. Miss Stewlather's John Anglin. work. successfrjl The Government wil furnish art has had a wide and Miss Helen Keys was thegtipst experience, and is recommended in of Mist Beniice Iuidrum during ihe lish and the pool of the Mt. tne highest terms by the Princi Fernon Power Co. will Pe stocked. the 3ek. pal of the school she is leaving to The suit or Bak.r against Dr come to us. Misses Sidnev and Virgiira Crawford are visiting in Madison Lewis resulted in a verdict of $17. Msss Ream and Miss Grissom. the amount being asked for by we regret to say, will not return C lUlltV. Mrs. Robt. Cox visited her sis- Baker less 15. this year. Miss Re.un has taken Towery at Iierea during ter Mrs. The Graded School will open n position as Domestic Science s teaher in her home the week. town, and rext Monday, iept. 7. The Mis-- . Or'feSoni has accepted Bernard a poand fiiemis are coidially inS C. Franklin and son, sition where she will have more and Master .lack Ciawiord are in vited to be present. Lexington. W. V Poyi.ier. a son of John piano and less chorus work. We and little Povnter, of Jamestowr, lnd.. is appreciate the faithful and efficient .Vrs. Sadie Moore daughter Loiiisi have returned heivt see life uncles, Win and work done in both scIiokL by these two teachers. Our best from Virginia! D. G Poyr-ter- . wUhes fol'ow them to t eir new Jamie Thompson has lvurneil W. Robeit Alien, a Rociccastlt fields of labor. visit in Stan boy, who has mudu good in the from a two weeks Miss Martineau will take charge foid and Danville. intoinobile business hife been elect- of the Domestic dence work and Luther, Walter and Chris Mul-lm- ed Vice President of the Coving- Miss Carson will again he House are sjienuing the week in the ton Automobile Club. Matron. V E It S0 N A Ij ; e i- feu-week- s E-tat- e, Crab Orchard Ky. Sect eta ry, J. J. Paintek, Mr. Willhm HiMisof lde Park - B rod hen d, K'y. We hope to hive a large crowd Lis Angeles is at the head of the and wish io make lhi- - onvenl:on project, and otoer members ot the company are to be congratulated the best o! all. . . . Vwbci, ih.it-- ii,n (.n.u'ni;nn in tliutr association wttn tne sue be called to order promptly at time ce.isful expeit. aud engaging li'iu iU manager of their company. des enatol This announcement means much Fach Surday School represented' bv a cl .S.S. wid b.i given a for Fremont Valley, for Mr. Hicks is one ottnoso successiut men, chtnee to s'mr o"e or who has achievtd success in the! het mi speeches Sotithland developing business Speaker wi be allowed 2o min- ,,,... m.,!;!',.,...;.. ...,i ,..!,. inAr?,utes and m.:st ' confir.e their re i:ill VJClltJI'l 111(1. tltJU liW JilV., 1JUO been known to give up the test mirks t ) the sul'jeei assigned. completed to Kverybody to bring a until it has been everybody's satisfaction. basket of dinner. The compmy controls some 30, 0.30 a. m. Ca 1 to ord r, 000 acres of Califoruias best soil, Soi.g by Congrtgatic 11, "Bringing in The Sheaves.' and which has abundant water for every acre for irrigation. Flavor by Rev. las. Cummins. Fiemont Valley is located almost ' Welcome Address by Rev. A. J. Pike. in the suburbs or Los Angeles on theS. P. Railway, and is entirely Reading Reports of Sunday The surrounded by mountains. Schools. valley climate is ideal for mountain Election of Officers. raising nenly everything grown Address The Aim of Our Sunday School Convention and the great in the "Golden State." Mr. H cks is an cn.h'isiastic ntcd of More Interest Taken in and says the "Work Bv Revs. L. D. Southern Cati.oruian the e is no place in Southern Gal Gooch aud Jas Cummins. Address The Bible our guide in iioruta where the opportunities are the Sunday Scln-oWork By so great and so assured as in Fremont Valley. "I have spent eight Rev. Green Fish and Fro years in California investigating O.veps rlaiul said Mr llicksin discussing Benediction Adjourn for Dinner. his new venture. 1 can tiuthful i:U p in Gall to order by ly sav after seeing all the others that Fremont Valley heats them Player by Rev. Jas. Harnes.-Th- e a good! all. I expect to develop 1 graded Sunday defintovvnsite. and an irrigation water ed By Revs. J. M. Price aud J. J Syttein, and build up every section . .. . 1 . u r, -- y " mcMA nw &.--x ri'jMB&'v iwy kzzzzzcs mmm jmwmmmmwm 13r1SS i. k inore-jongs-Singin- g 1 - 1 E.' vi s-- vj s..lfHi - Li - V hSSFp- T- & rwrniifi aift Nsr . s. "s a A . ijcj jV B j nq-iest.- 1 B s 5 x S,A y x: ga " ; ij s M sj t Look for this Star pair is honest leather and extra value for our money." Eight Million n When you buy yours and the children's shoes be sure this star is on the heel. Then we'll know that every are wearing" "Star every pair is honest leather. No substitutes for leather are ever used. Brand" Shoes People l Thase shoes are made by the world's largelt shoemakers. The more they make the less they cost to make. This saving goes into extra quality. I There are lots of good shoes, but ! i jj "Star Brand Sh o e s Are Better" Made in all styles, grades and sizes every member of the family. Si-h- all prices for put-roti- s country hunting. 7 Prof and Mrs. Irvine lrue gone t hi use keeping in Win. Mullms' house ou Lov ell's Lane. . Charley is verv sick Rockcastle and in his ronn at the it is feared has tvphoid. W B Yates, one of the most popular tra ling shoe men on llu road, w.'S here yestvidny. Mrs J T. Meadows and child ren are visiting fi lends and ieh lives in Bedfoid, Ind , a .d Lot is Tho-iip-oilk-Mi- s The Com t room looks like mother budding, since the piiut e:S have fimslsid work J udge Ballard cerainlv did ihe propel" thii'g in naving clean up day in the court house The Suit .if Will Cummins for 610,1 00 against ill? W. J. Sparks Co., wsis thrown out of court Tuesday. Cummins got his leg biokc while wo. kin in the quar ry. The crowds have been so largo at G. M. Ballard, aud little the Christian Uhur.h Revival that Mis Geneva Balltrd are with they have decided to reut a large Mr and Mrs. James Cash, at boni tnit to take care of the crowds. The tent is expected to arrive in er set, a few days. B Ramsev time to use Sunday or Monday Mr and Mrs. S. were home duiing the week from and will be stretched on the lot ot Bios, where they are living dur ing he summer. Mr. aud Mrs. Sam McTlargue of the Hiatt section, will leave next week to visit relatives in and near Newark, Ohio. Fred Baker has entered the bu iness departmeet of Union College. Batboursville, where he will ake a four month's coutse. Mrs. Benton and daughter, 1 McKenzie and Durham on Rich- mond street. The preaching of Rev. Ross Mil ler is drawing large and interested crowds 10 hear each and every service. The music is one of the interesting teatures and besides being able to do the preichmg. Rev. Miller can do the singiug Those who have not been present during the week should not miss George Owens, the picture show Mrs Willie Tate, will probably another night You will be interand ested Irom the first to last man, very graciously cut his show rent rooms in Mt. Vernon make their home here for a whi'e out during the revival at the Big Deal Proceeds : Every at least. This ac upon indication points that the big laud Christian church of deal wNl be a go, although there the part of Mr. Owens, should be Mr. and Mrs Henry Jones, Irvine, Were with Mr. and Mrs. hat been considerable changis. appreciated by all classes, and W. B. Spivey on their way to The mineral rights foi 100,000 time only will te'l the story. Level Green to visit Mr. and Mrs. acres or more asked for has been M B. Jones. entirely discarded and nothing but Quite a tragedy was narrowly averted at London on Friday the Miss Mary Clarkson has return- fee simple titles will be accepted. last day of the London fair when ed for another year in Lang-do- n The amount asked for is 100,000 Johnny Green, the aviator who Memorial which will be wel- acres and it is estimated that the was engaged to make flights in required number of acres will be come news to all friends and pat- secured by the first of next week his aeroplane, fell to the ground rons of the school. at which tune the Eisaern parties from a height of about 80 feet. Charley Noe, U. 3. Soldier interested will return to Mt. Ver- He suffered a fracture of several go stationed at Columbus, who has non and the deal will be adees or a ribs, and his face was badly cut failure. The price paid not been visiting his parents, Mr. exceed 8 per acre for the land and bruised but luckily, his inand Mrs. T. N. Noe lor a mouth, and those whose lands are wanted juries were not more serious. His and who intend to sell, should do machine is said to have has returned to camp. been who before so at once. The failure of the splintered to kiudling wood. A Mrs. J. C Carter, proposition will only be brought her marriage was Miss Lucy Ches about by the inability to secure the large crowd of spectators who saw nut, a sister of Jarrett Chesnut, is required number of acres. It the accident, almost had heart failBirmingham, Ala. vis- might be well for us to say that ure, it is said. On accounUof the here from iting her brother and other rela- the price not to exceed 88.00 is inclement weather conditions. the established price, and. for any Green did not try to make a flight tives and friends. one to hold back for more money Anglin went to Gynthiana will resnlt in many lailing to sell until the last day of the fair. He J. W. last week to have his leg treated. for any price alter the required was picked up and removed to a Mr. Anglin lost part of the limb acres have been securee. B r next hotel at Loudon where he is beiDg week we fully believe that several years ago in a railroad ac be able to make a definite w will giv n medical attention. sta'-.ecidentand for the oast several1 ment of the situation and ti at it weeks the stnb has been giving wju be a most satisfactory one Io FOR FLETCHER'S the people of Rockcastle. him considereble trouble, - Fremont Valley, and I intend to put them there as quickly as and I believe I am able to place before my friends an oppor- - ' jj The responsibil by of the Church t unity whic they never had b to the Sund .y School.--Rev- s T lore C. Duke and S. II. B. 11 If your child is p.tlu and sickly, ' The education of our workers in ' Suniby Methods. By Revs J. picks at the nose, starts in the giiuds the teeth while, sleep J. Gentry and J M. Price. sleeping it is a sure sign of worms Whv Baptist sho'ild do their own A remedy for these pirasites will work C. C. Carmicalaud A. J. be found in WHITE'S CREAM VKR1 JFUOE It not only clears Pike. Brown, who has Plans for the coming year. Any out tile worms, bub it restores health and cheerfulness. Piice ;5c been tin st highly recommended body and everybody. per bottle. Sold by John Robins, to us both as a musician and Parting Song In The Sweet Bye Brodhead, Ky teacher has been engaged as teacher of music. Miss Anni Coulson, a classmate of Miss Robertson, will be the Kindergarten teacher We bespeak for these new I teachers the cordial reception a: d and Sizes co operation which the people of Mt. vVrnon have always given to our eaehers. Miss Rowle and Miss Bradley, High School teachers, will live at Pictures Framed and Enlarged, the dormitory and with S the faculty in the care of the girls W Kodak Pictures Finished. especially the Ifigh School girls. We expect to see many or' the First-Clas- s j Guaranteed, old students back, ready for work Ml as well as several new ones III - Manis Building Miss McCord, the Principal, re grets that illness necessitated If lengthening her vacation. She 1 1,; expects to reach Mt. Vernon September 4th and will then complete ill the list of accepted students, and be ready to ans.ver questions or give such information as is desired All applications should be in by Sept. 7 h. pc-sibl- e, 1 (Jen try. How can we improve our country Sunday Schools and can the Graded Sunday School be made a sucBy cess in them Revs. IZdgar and T. C. Duke Allen j ot the en .ire valley. there is room for a lot of good people in Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but come to us. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." A " a-i- d JJzADIMCrJ THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. gygrgBV-'wrJi- J J Miss-Florenc- e xax& j.ffxj&, o$:a$:pcfpt3x)si I GRANVILLE OWENS I a UNDERTAKER I a j v I phnfnnnhc1 rilUlUUldUlIl) Work AllKinds ir! Brodhead Kyt i 3 1 3c9e: COMPLKTE LINK Coffins, Gaskets and Robe Mad, Telegraph or Te'.e phone orders Promptly Filled & . vi- --SJULSst linn mill -- . 11 t CHKOCK-0H0- 0 I Saturdays OLY OPEm L&Jyi STUDIO Ilul 1 NOTSC 13 t. aa I GSSSSBMSmi tea H v - The Helping 'Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble- is your bank account. Better start to acquire" a big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of Mt Vernon. - How many husbands have died in your community in the last year and are forever gone from the good wife and little ones, thev I being left to battle life's busy way alone want you to think aud think soberly and see if yon can't find some one about a next deor neighbor to you . Oh, if we could only prevail on your husbands in some way not 10 neglect so great an opportunity of pioteding their young wife and little ones, then when the death angel comes and demands of you your life think what a satisfaction it will be to you in your last moments to soy, well, 1 have made the necessary preparation to meet you I have a policy in the Commonwealth Life, of Louisville, which will take care of you and the children in my absence- - Call on their representative in Mt. Vernon, Ky. B CHAS. C DAVIS. 60KKKXKvKXXXOKXKK You'll Find the necessity of thinking before paying a great' Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . '?. Ifl il , im rr A TRAINING JX RICHMOND, KY. SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Children Cry CASTORI A The Bank of. Wit. Vernon Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of ajrricultnre. a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Terra begins September 7. Second Terra November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. q. CRADBB, PreaUesi. Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition . TRACHOMA PROCLAMATION k:."- - jf Shi" .... - A GREAT VICTORY . ..;.r".v S8s FOR THE KAISER JKOomaiisdritik-verijhodi- js J)anIt .. ..'...".v-.K'.-.v.vt-Vfi.:- Germans Overwhelm at Mlenstein. . :-. -- Russians JCyiW: :' 70,000 PRISONERS TAKEN Berlin Reports to the German Embassy at Washington the Most Stupendous Disaster to Arms Since the Surrender of Metz More Than Forty Years Ago, Declaring Three Russian Army Corps Were Annihilated. aSv '.' m WW- - UwJmIMmM '' ....; and keenV -- P V rigorously good delicious. Berlin, Sept 2. Great battles are raging in East Prussia. The Germans Lave surrounded the Russians on three sides and have forced them into the lakes and swamps of the Mauer region. There is gresit jubilation here over the Kloiious result. Thirst quenching i and refreshing. The national beverage and yours. fe? Demand the genuine by full encourage substitution. mme-NicLna- THE Whenever ou see an h. COCA-COL- A COMPANY llavi KS . I Arrow think cf Coca-Cola. f' WHEN YOU M1 $ WANT Genera! Merchandise W&rm Washington, Sept. 2. The Berlin government has made claim to a victory in East Prussia which, according to them, transcends in size if not in importance any of the series of successes in their struggle with the allies in the west of Europe. The following Is the account of the triumph as received at the German embassy here in a wireless dispatch from Berlin: "Official reports of the victory at Allenstein greater than previously claimed. Three Russian army corps weie annihilated, 70,000 prisoners taken, including two commanding generals and more than 300 other officers and the complete artillery of the RusCimn.nnw.SillhastHSiclion.i-niini- l sian army." With this statement of the most and instrii.-t- s all and reonesis disaster to an enemy since physicians, teachers, school trus- the surrender of Metz to the Prussians in 1S70, the German foreign office couples the following news of the successful activities of the German forces k in Belgium and northern France: ssPflSm M71t "In the west General VonKluk has repulsed the French flanking attempt and advanced on Comhles. General Von Buelow completely defeated a superior force near St. Quentln, after having surrounded and captured an English infantry hatta'lon at that e --- WhtrtJis, Tniclioi la, a highly contagious and infe 'ous chronic in eye d sease, long a vestilf-nc::nd usually the older counties sptead by means f to vels, pencils atil 'iir thing? used in cominoii by i Idren auc families, and wl ch.wi nit prompt recognition anil pprsi.i'eut treatment, results inseriou-- and per tuanent impairment of vision oi blindness in a large majority ol cases, is officially jeported bv ex parts of the U. S. Public Health in the Service as wide counties of Breataitt, Clay, Jackson, Lte, Leslie. Perry and adjacent sections, with many cases in Jefferson and Clark Counties and more or less spread into almost pretvery county in Kentucky, to ofticial-- i and people senting problems, both health, economic proper treatment during premoniand humanitarian, the disor other stages ol prompt and concerted action, es- tory ease. pecially by .'chuol aiiUioiUits and By order of the Board, this Sep others haung-thcare of children 1, 1914 with whom the ravages ot the dis tember JOHN G. SOUTH. ease seem most disastrous. President. Now, therefore, be it known, A. T. McCORMACK, that the State Board of Health of . Secretary. Kentucky in the exercise of au thority vested in it by law, hereby PUBLIC torbids any person affected or 1 will sell ray house and lot in suspected to be affected wiih trachoma , rr jiimonly knrwn as i Crab Orchard to the highest bid e., . ...)., SfiU. . c X'ir-i- . j 11V . uci uii oatuiuiij to attei .1 J. leu sore cms tj)ls house containing 5 rooms, one school, public or piiv iis, in e ish-bssi- ns. 1 . ; I J tees county and city boards of health and other officials and good c tizens to assist and co- - perate in preventing the further spread of this disease, otherwise likely to entail misery to individuals and a burden upon taxpayers almost be-ond calculation in the light of perieiice w'th it iu other and older Jj: further instructs countries county and city boards of health, in cooperation with their respect, courts to ive city couucil and execute and to re- inaugurate and quire the heads of families and other persons to execute such sanitary regulations as such board may consider expedient to pevent the spread of trachoma, which is heiehy declared to be an epidemic and communicable disease and l" this end they are requested to biing all persons infecUd with trachoma under prompt and e--' SSSE2ISSIislE2Stl. ChOdra Cry for Fk tehees $$fW3ii p& bSjS 0W. pis? lyril pixfe & j r dWK h li.-.s The Kind Von U.n Alwavs JJoHgJil, aii'I v. hi JM) for o iu 3.iis, has liov:u- (., ?i-)- - li.rs lx on laade I.. jh'i- sonal j. zs'&dcSu24 Allow niri)cri.:) a ?iimo it.s ir.fanry. yon tlii-- . no o:n " ire buft All Counterfeits, IniUatin- - and Jni:perimentstli.it trii" with u'.ul eml.tuur r the health of lufai-.tand Children lIxMcrifiice ctaint li.JH;riixicuC jr1? sjd43 ??---- ai;l a lcot iti-lt- r - s M'H" Ca:tf"i.t 5s i a harmless stihstitxiV foi C'.tsSoi OJT, Parc-gori- e, it i. jh as;t:5i:. x& i's:; and Sothiujr s contains neither Opium, .Morpluno other Narcotic Worms suhslaneo. Its aire is its guarantee. It and allays I'eieri'.hiie.ss. nmio than tiiirtj year ifc of Constipation, has he'ii in eoitstant rise fer the I"Ia';zl-iH-yVt'iiul Colie. all Troubles and Diarilnea. It rejrulates tlie Mom.u h ami JJoveI-assimilairs the Fond, jjiwii'jr ueulthv and natural bleep. TJic Children's Panacea The 3Iuthtrs Friend, f ASTORIA J'r urrtrHs f , , GENUIIi CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS sale -- n he Ikd Yon-Have . P01'ch antl hal1' m'ce back yard, located Gdon 4 galel!. Stan In Use For SSBSSggSSBgTJSKa. THC CENTAUBfOMPA Always Bought' Over 30 Years iv MCWVOMKCtTV ford St. in 2oo yards of one of the best schools in the state. Tlrs tfTn months time, posessiorr any time. Now ih occupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. property will be sold on h' ) I WA t5 iL- - F- - )M Pi jf tl i m j J. L Kennedy, Crab Orchard, Ky. Implsmsnts CO TO JONAS 'McKENZlE THE $ point. General Von Hansen forced hack the French force upon the rivei at.Retehel. The Duke of Wurtemberg has crossed the Meuse river, advancing against Aisinie. The army of the crown prince is now advancing beyond the Meuse after having captured the entire French garrison at Montmedy, which had attempted a sortie In force. The fortress of Montmedy also was captured. The army under the crown prince of Bavaria has been in continuous action against the French in Lor- i HOWS THIS? We offer Orie Hunderd Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by HuH'fc Catarrh Cure. & Co., Toledo, O We, the undersigned, havt known F. J. Cheney for the last r5 years, and believe him per fee honorable in all hu.siness transactions and fiinancially able to ry out any obligations made by bis firm. 1 &&i4p$Ut ilaulma.nhi-turmshe- F.J. Cheney AS! orjjro " " by Wire FromptU Filled -- , -- '" - KB n rii.Mieii-- t Hotel Henry Watterson LOUISVILLE, hotel. fira-proo- f; MT. VKUXON. KV raine." KY. OLD PKOI'LHS F3SLI ABLE $ BANK $ A Straw $ will Show the ! Way $ the Wind Blows The military attache of the Brazilian legation at Berlin, writing of the recent German victory, has stated that they bring no surprise to those who witnessed the maneuvers in time or peace. He declares the efficiency or the Krupp heavy artillery to be aston Ishing. "During the first month of the war more than 2 000,000 German vol unteer3 came forward. The chief of the German sanitary department has officially declared that many of the English and French troops are usine cartridges vhich fire dum-dubullets The state of health of the German army is good. Hygienists of note and great repute accompany all the army corps." Failed to Check Russian Advance. Rome, Sept. 2. Dispatches received here say the German garrisons at Torn and Graudenz failed to check the Russian advance. Despite the reinforcements which they have received the Austrians are retiring from Gall cia. They are unable to stand the Russian bayonet charges. Numerous prisoners, guns and flags have been captured by Russians. The South moat popular priced, modern Absolutely situated in the very hrait of the retail shopping dittrictand near all the the&ties. Finest Ccvf e in LouisvilU, with modorat pris. m S I Club Breakfast from 25c up; noon day Lunch 50c; table dr hote Dinner. 6 to 8 p. (X). Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- -ternally, acting directly upon tht blood and mucous surfaces of the Chas. C. Davis f system. Testimonials sent free I 1 mv Price ?5 cents per bottle Sola b all Druggists. NATIONAL HANK OF COMMERCE Toledo, O. .arrgTi5g:? ! HC ir.vrs ? ?Zii&vrjTFttrr?iiZ'n 2 1 !H I IT"3 - O I) Chas.C.Dav Mt.V-rno- n in Restaurant Rathslt-lle- r open from 4 p.m. to I a, m. Orche.tial and vocal music. Also elaborate a la carte service constipation Take Hall's Family Pills for g ROOM PRICES With running water and piivate toilet $1 per day With private bath $1.50 up to $3.00 par day Large sample with private bath $2.50 to $3.50 per day. You are cordially invited to make this hotel your headquarters while in Louisville, even if only for a day. Have your mail and packages addressed here. You will always be a welcome guest. romi Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ V. ROBERT B. JONES, Manager. Swellings ol the fl sh caused l; r.fiammation, cold, frreiures n. the bore, toutluiehe. neura'ia oi rheumatism can be relire.l by ai pling BALLARD'S SMOV i IN IMKNT. It should he well rubb ed on over the part e flee ted. It and penetrating gieit poue" ease.--- the pain. redrces swelling and restores n tural ro ditii ns. Price 25c 50c an 1. per bottle- - Sold by Jo in Robri Brodhead, Ky. ht-ahn- jr -1 j My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially place at any Lime hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my BANK $ how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let its show you, $ there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID $ Eyeiy ankirg Facility AMPLE RESOURCES 01?' Japs Prepare For Siege. Sept. 2. A Japanese expeditionary force has occupied the island of Tsichien in Klauchau bay facing the German forts of Tslngtau A Japanese destroyer which had gone aground on Lieutau island, was de stroyed by a German gunboat Shanghai, CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon $ 'For the Convenience of the People $ ROCKCASTLK (JOUiNTY Use Us u rcstti Austrian Defeat Colossal. Bucharest. Sept. 2. The Austrian defeat In Gallcia was colossal. Trains are transporting tens of thousands of wounded. Numerous Austrian regiments were destroyed. l!lllllll!lllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lli!lllll!l!lillinilllilllilllllllllllllllllllH aS3BE3SSS!3BS22f2S:r2ZH225 c $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ THEY WILL AVENGE LOUVAIN Derlinese Alarmed Over the Reported Threats of Russians. The Hague, Sept. 2. There is the greatest alarm in Berlin over the advance of the . Russian troops. The news that the emperor has left the western headquarters and moved to the Russian front has shown the resi dents of the capital where the immediate peril to their safety lies A story has been circulated that the Russians are preparing to avenge Lou vain by treating the city of Berlin in the same way as the Germans treated that city. Many of the populace who can get away are going to Norway, Denmark and Switzerland. Suicide of a Bachelor. Corydon, Ind., Sept 2. 'Aaron Evans, aged sixty-twoa bachelor, com-- ' mitted suicide by,cujting his throat ' with a razor. ,, YouCanMakeYourHouseMore Attractive With the Handsome Babbitt Premiums t. t. yu -- -! W y jjivl HfV KABO The Lira ModeP CORSET Style 60H is an average figure corset, inadeof corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has front clasp. Back wires have feat herbone at S?I2o"aahreC P of supporters. 9J4-inc- h money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economized getting your corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fir, comup-to-d- ate I to spend your F vou have pure lye is paid insurance against germs: guaranteeing clean dirt sinks, and thoroughly sweet and sanitary conditions in the home, and in your barns, kennels or hen houses. Aor TEN-CEN- T can of Babbitt's 9 m want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Cliftoii Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had Uq measles, they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draumade them break out. and she lias had no more trouble. 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