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VERNON, GEaasa 3i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY 11, 1914 if - NUMBER 46 JF I L O AV INTER & - - 5 ssbq i i. . Ffi I3 ii ii R5S OTSk fcy H1A M gaiety I r jra i f go 8 R H ES&1 ft :::::::?!:8:::::::::5:5:5S555S555S?5S25555!S5::::::::5? ;: ?r r '' e .. t3 J5. zzzz z zz zz i CSllK eett- - ess OKI i 6.. e 09 Oeea , POo. Wi ww'l. 9 901 i9 so m Kr 0 ikt" Ml m , JtB W -- a -- pin. i tog 'O id to fcO e a 5 orcemen Q Ob esac (LlOOm: OSf. Lifer ft?SS 4 Iwin wM ARMY iS WORN 00 the 6Sa. That are Unusual $$ and Extraordinary :;:::::::::::.t'!!!!!iimiimiiimmmi in tup AJ. '99 -. .M.N 30 l oa ao Plea for Truce to Bury Dead Denied. .. S9 WMbag&r if ALLIES POSHING THEM HARD i Ji "AE article to be exact- guarantee every ly as we represent, lice, wlien we say Itar-gains is so. That somebody loses money is certain : Sometimes it is the maput'actures. again some big retail concern, ami at times we sacrifice m German Forces No Longer Bending Energies On Paris. The Montenegrins Rome npecinl: aqueduct supplying nave cut oft the water to Caltaro. The bombaidinent of the fortihraUons has been le.sumed. The left wing or jj it , , Wilson our jn'ofit. Our Iondon special: the allied arm is continuing its adthe benifit no matvance, acconiiiii? to a communication who loses . ter 1 1 Issued by the militarv government of Mont-mi- l Paris, from the Oure! toward .ire retreating Wno is ail. Th conducting the big tent revival. LTp to labt night there has toward the Maine between Meauvand been forty-fou- r of this number made con, additions. Twenty-fou- r Seyanno. ,uys albO th.it fcSMons and the remainder came by letter and. restoration. The meet, The communicat'ou the Germans have lost giouml in th will continue throughout next week. where center about a reuniting movement was clearly observed. On the allies' llsht, also, a Commonwealth of Kentucky Koads of the national govern, German att..ck on the line fiom Chamerit and the Kentucky State Fair Department of Public Roads teau Sallns to Nancy was repulsed Association, which will be profitaChampenoux, 1101 th of the forest of FRAMKfORT tli east the Fiench and further to ble to all, W F September i, 1914. have ctaken th" crest of Mandray and Hoping that we may have the Mr. James Ma ret, the pass of FoineauK. ploasuin of your attendance, T am Gene1.1l GaMieni. the military govMt. Veinoti, Ky . ernor cf 1'arK said that the German Dear Sir: Yours truly, ! attacl- - had lost iti. weight and that in Rohkrt C. Terrell. I have your name on my list of the vest, uc.ir Paiis, the Hiitish-FrencCommissioner of Public Roads Hue had crumpled u the tcs Good of the and Ukiug thou- State and will be pleased to know light coinpiclely, Sec'y of the Ky. Good Road s of prisoners. sands whether you are directly interAssociation. Request For Truce Denied. 1 ested ih the road movement and 25 cm lent In rnofucial reports weie a b -Paiis that the Geimans had a&hed for would care to read the liteiatuie r truce to bury their furnished by this Department. a W) Sensational Bargains in dead, but that Sir John Fiench, the s I would also be pleased to have tfyyijBiKSBaigs! Hiitish field marshal, commanding the j f.peiations against the German right you furnish mo th'i names of five ', lcquest, fearing or more representative citizens of Every Uuchin flank, had refused the C-rr of Proper Age, Should Be Sm "In witness whereof 1 have here- - that the time would be used by the Cails county whom you think Go Made to Wash His Tace and V'iur pl lnv hoiifl Jlnfl omivPrl llic Geimans for the bunging up of lllltn fa to School. Start Today. It nipcais from the dis- .vould he interested in road conjj seil of the United States to be patcher fiom the fiont that the light struction, selecting them from j w affixed e Vacation is at an end. School ing on this wing has de eloped into a among the farmers and business "Done at the city of Washing-Io- n race auainst time, the allies .trivlng President Wilson yesterday your county, distributing days are again upon us. Are the llll Ju-- t received a new car of this eighth day of September, to break tlnough the German line up men of following proclamation signed the children school boys and girls hi ought them over the county as much as enforcements "in be the Old Reliable, best of all SJji calling on the people of the Uni- in the year of our Lord one thousunder General novsihlo. T will l, Ihe army of invt"-!otn ready tu take UP their task of ted States to pray for peace in and nine hundred and fourteen Von Kluk, estimated at somev.iieie .now their nrrhrwrtrms and nnlili- - leurllillR of acquiring an educa tm and of the independence of the around TSO.OuO, aie lepoited to be well Europe. tioii? asks the Harrodsburg Herwoin out with the constant fighting cal affiliations, and I wish to have at lover prices than ever "By the President of the United Uidted States of America the one and inarching and to be held effective- Democrats, Republicans and Pro ald. Time Hies. We are boys hundred and twenty-nint- h sold for in llockcatlc Stales of America. ly in check by the fresher tioopd of Wooduow Wilson. if possible represented and "iris but once. There is just the allies. A great Geiinan army un- gressives County. Now is the time "A PROCLAMATION. one age at which we may secure "By the President. der General Von Puelow is now being unoug my mailing list. The road to buy your Fence. "Whereas, great nations of the "VlLLIAM JSNXINGS BRYANT, rushed to the rescue of the novement is and we an education; that's when we are Secretary of State. world have taken up arms against German light Hank. According to young and impressive. If vve wait reports fiom Paris the plan of lighting do not care to discriminate among or hold back we loose our only and war now draws one another HOW'S Tins? in this battle has been thoioughly In my class of citizens. our minds add millions of men into battle whom I have the Road Laws parsed by chance to impiove We offer One Ilunderd Dollais accordance with the French general Boys aud of statements have not Reward for any case of Catarrh scheme. Although there appears to be he the counsel General Assembly of 11)14 and train our faculties. no immediate danger of a siege or girls, do not miss the opportunbeen able to save from the terri- that cannot be cured by Hall's Paiis, jet it it said that the defenses the Biennial Report .if this DeBegin on the sacrifice: Catarrh Cure. ble city are being strengthened at partment ready for distribution ity. Enter school. P. J. Chkney & Co., Toledo, O of the point. all a firm determi"And, whereas, in this, as in every and will be pleased to mail them first day. Go with Wo, the undersigned, have things, it is our privilege and duty to stick through and a Russians Still Advancing. to anyone who cvill send their nation known P. J. Cheney for the last Along the entire line extending to get out of it the to seek counsel and succor of Al 15 years, and believe him perfecton a postal strong purpase - name and address Vistula, the the Pug mighty God, humbling ourselves ly honorable in all business trans along according and lepoits rrom Austri- card indicating which of these best there is for you. reiro-graans, to Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, before Him, confessing our weak- actions and fiiuancially able to carWith au education you axe equipbeen forced back by the publications or both if they so have failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. ness and our lack of anv wisdom ry out any obligations made by Russian advance. So far the Russians ped to strvggle against life's bat lesire -- they wish. his firm. claim to have taken S2.000 Austrian We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of you stand a slim equal to these things : I am enclosing herewith a self- - tles; with it NATIONAL HANK OF COMMHRCK, prisoners. Petrograd reports that the especMen's, Ladies", Boys', Misses and Children's Shoes and "And, whereas, it is the rJL.' do, O. Germans have withdrawn from the iddressed postal card for jour chance to win your way. So once Oxfords that come trom the best manufacturers in t we urge upon our young ial wish and longing of the people Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta southern part of Poland and that in I trust tluit 1 will again convenience. W AT OUR OWN L'lUOB. whole country acting directly uputhe Galicia the Russians have captuied of the United StiteS. in prayer, in friends to go to school. .Begin at Micolaioff, a stiongly fortified point .iove an early reply Irom you. benefi pose to allow our customers to reap the counsel, and all friendliness, to blood and mucous surfaces of the about twenty miles south of Lemberg the beginning. Start in eveu with Yours trulys j system. Testimonials sent free Russian cavalry are on the Carpathian t.hp raiise ot neace: remarkable purchase. cori-do your best to keep ., .rr D..: Robert C, Teukkll, the rest and hill a little behind ,;- "r""- .... wu"1r Sola by mountains as a precaution against an i'C4 - V."- "Therefore, 1. Woodrow Wil- all DriiPtrists up. But if you Commissioner of Public Roads. attack by Hungarian forces. The Rusloose shall of the United borne of son. President continue to struggle. Take Hal,.s Tmiiv Pills for sians leport that at the battle of Mi scholars wore States of America, do designate constipation the world's colaioff they captured foity cannon September 1, i914 and large amounts of supplies. They fourth day of OctoSunday, the plodders and struggled against Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. also say that in the operations around Joou Roads People ber next, a day of prayer and sup odds at the beginning. Therefore We aie practical Retail men. We know BxVRGAINS Lublin the Austrian'arrny suffered seRockcastle : and do request all God of plication, don't get discouraged. Forge are what you want and, J3y George, we are going to see verely and that the entire Forty-fiftYou arc cordiallv invited to d ahead and work to overcome EPOS regiment of infantiy sui rendered. to repair on that fearing per.-on-s that you get 'em . Ghent has surrendered to the Gerthe meeting of the Kentucky every obstacle. Just you keep on to their, places of worship, day mans, but according to an understandGood Koads Association, which keeping on, and you'll win out hi there to uuite their petitions to ing between the burgomaster and the Almighty God, that, overruling German commander, the city is not to" is to be held at the State Fair the end. be occupied in foice. grounds at Louisvilie in the conmen, setting straight the counsel of Two ships, the Bieslau and the Goe-be2 p. in., on t !!!? t!I the things they cannot govern or are now fljing the star and cres- vention tent at c Indigestion on the nations September lu'th. alter,-takinpity Acute cent, and have been given Turkish or act) names. Turkey still insists that she is This meeting wil 1 be addressed now in the throes of conflict, in was annoyed for over a year "1 maintaining a strict neutrality as to indigestion, y Mr. Jesse Taylor, of James-own- , by attacks of acute His mercy and goodness showing et the war. "am followed by constipation," writes Ohio, who is the editor of OB a way where men can see none, hurriedly preparing for an Austria is m J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. invasion of her territory by Italy, ac Better Roads", Director Gen- - Mrs. iM. tried everything that was His children, healHe vouchsafe Y. "I cording to dispatches from Rome. It ral ol the National Highways Asing peace again and restore once recommended to me for this comis stated that 600,000 men have been sociation and a most excellent plaint but nothing did much good more that concord among men and concentrated at Trieste. 99 speaker and a Good Roads Advo- until about four mouths ago I saw 99 l nations without which there can NION SUITS --as Seven hundred French reserves cate of National reputation, also Chamberlain's Tablets advertised 99 he neither happiness for true have arrived in Paris from Brazil to procured a bottle of them n address will be made by a and friendship nor any wholesome . join the colors. Everywhere In Bra-til- , from our druggist. I soon realizthey say, the enthusiasm for iood Roads expert from the nat-on- ed that T had gotten $1 TO S2.50 THE SUIT. 99 fiuit of toil or thought in the the right France 18 immense. to this end government and by men of thing for they helped me at once, world; praying also ocal rendSvn. forgives us our sins, oi r "Wo Stand By What You Buy." bince taking two bottles of them that He The Russians have changed the fea-ur- e I can eat heartily without any bad holy will, our Galicia, An additional interesting 99 ignorance of His lame of Lemberg, capital of effects." Sold by all dealers. .o Lwow. will be the exhibit located in and many errors, and a9f wi Ifulness k flY"r CTr I custom-ersTrea- p n .REV. J. ROSS' MILLER, Evangelist (iin-man- s Vitry-Le-FiMiicoi- SIT T 11 Wk T1 1 emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. We cannot too strongly aaBggaaagaeESBaogaHsfgssgg h Gt-nsa- n Roads-i-advoca- Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent BELOW REGULAR Shoe Clothing, Dry frnnris. nrrri ps. PRICES ii LiU I I vl Bill! i li' llll ilnP&fi-- t agaa b7 IvmIjE Ui IIjsj I tv.enty-tour-hou- pssisxrui:.rsa PUT THEM IN SCHOOL For s. Peace Prayers Hats, Hardware and F u r n it u r American Fence bo-foi- e 1 n nh-nso- d I i hard-piess-e- d non-politic- al SPECIAL Bargains n Shoes turn them d, iin-ternall- y, P I 7- K-- - We for spot cash' only WEAR h at-ceu- : NOW GET BUSY. !J!!tl!! 4 Wed-lesdu- y, !.. g ea. U. G. raf83 klosedSoch 1, 9a" BAKER .9 "90 '09 "e9 al e... lead us in the paths of obedience! to places of vision and to thoughts and counsels that purge and make wise. r.t :eri1 rIJ3 VSs3l!WftLEABrtoafi2!5L; The Homo of Good Clothes. CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR he rear of the pavilion, which is )ut up by the Department of Pubic Roads of Kentucky in co. opera tion with the Office of Public' Criil&rexx Cry FOR FLETCHER StIM Rockcastle's Biggest b Store ......... a a f .1 K '99 GsAST-ORIA iaosaai . aaa , - i winnimiif '"J .i. r"" V- -r r 2.mm .. . . . i 11 ibiiiii nl trial iliMTMMn rtiTgl TWinll HIM ml ritmmrt if! 11 11 -n - 1 lii-- i BH m naaiMMl MBMdMM MT. VERNON Friday, . SIGNAL'rilw;.,.. n. 19 14 ' -o I of me , men 01 lomonow, anil :u we ttain will thev bo then. them How SsSldrera SNSKiSNSK&S! on us. Wo expect the teicher in the flmtl to transform our child into $I.OO a man of learning and honor ami ONH YI5AR UBSCRIPTION integrity, but do we stop to con- Advertising rates made known on sidcr that more depends upon the, patent than upon the educator? application MKMBKR OF Published every Ft iday by EDGAR S. ALU RIGHT. The burden rests heavily Cry ? up-- i Hatcher's mBk FORTS AROUND PARIS sioW.ngwhe.sFr,..h V'iH Make ! Their La-- .t Si wd. Ji lKMQE 'SFSa K XVrWlX J51 0F V ! KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ttwypn THE MT. YERNON PAIS By Charles C. Dais. From Fanners Home Journal All records for attendance and success iu every particular were broken when the ringmaster tupped his bell for silence on the la.sl Catn-logue day, Friday, August 7. The Fair Association lived up to the in every instant. It was to be the most said by all recent opportunity lia- pat.sed it by. ideal fair in tie's part of the Stale, Shall we heed the. lessons of a more show horses present than vrld calamity and face the duty ever before in the historj' of Liock-cast- that confronts us? county. Shall we look ourselves in the P, W, Ray & Son, of Bowling face ': Green, Kv, set the pace for the show horse cla, present with COUNTY COUR'l ORDE.l their famous high acting stallion Whereas on the 24th day of Snnllower, that set the throngs Aug-1O1- 4 a petition was hletHn wild. Edgar Doty, the office of the ot lookers-oCounty Court was present Ulerk of Rockcastle County sign of Richmond. Ky., with a very haudme string ed by 2o legal quililied voters of which attracted special attention voting precinct No. 2, known as Mr West Alt. Vernon asking a suV in evry ring he showed Doty, as I have no' iced him on mihsion of the question, whether various occasions, is always up in cattle or any species thereof shall money no matter where he goes be permitted to run at large in Charlie Dunn, of Madison, one of said voting precinct in said counthe State's best young trainers, was ty. It is now ordered of the Court very much present with his string that a poll be opened in said voting which is headed by that famous precinct at the general election sister of Hazel Dawn, Hilari, who to be held in said precinct on the won the blue on some several oc- 3rd day of Nov. i9H for the purcasions. Messrs. Lane & Son, of pose of ascertaining the will of the Madison, were also ptesent with voters of said Precinct, upon the their famous sire and son, of Rex question whether or not cattle or Peaviuc, who was compelled to be . any specie thereof shall be permitseen thru the crowded rings ot ted to run at large iu voting good ones by his speed, style and precinct. behavior, and never failing to re G. M. Ballard, J. It. C. C. spond nicely when called upon l'!(;0pV Attest distribute his gaits. Mac Hughes g p Bowman, C. K. C. C. a treat lotue noise gent 11-lurnisueu quite lover wucn ne eniereu rming una To call it war is inadequate. McDonald, who is one of KenCoin tt new word. tucky's most beautiful dams. You must hand it to Mac when it comes rJve 1'ulcrs of Kuropo are all to looking happy, and a sure win-- 1 neriuthe saddle. Charlie and hnked together h marriage, Silas Sandidge, of Danville. Ky., which is proof positive that a fambetter kuown to all fair goers as ily jar is about the worst biaud of Uncle Chas. and Uncle Sy. dem- scrap ou record onstrated clearly that age cuts no Even Turkey wants to gobble. figure when it conies to setting a horse for they were seen uii The investment of Paris may seveial occasions to leave the ring rep- appeal to the kaiser, but we would with the blue. Mr. Lowen, resenting Joe Gibson, of Somer- rather take ours in pork and set, Ky., was here with four or beans. five nice ones, including his faThe rarest creature on earth i mous stallion Baton McDonald, the man who keeps his romance at who is Mr. Gibson's pride and a splendid individual. And speaki- home. ng1 of racing we excelled everyThe best way to obtain the greatthing. Thirteen harness horses , est amount of nourishment from Knoxville-- Sweetpresent from water, Tenn., and Lexington, eggs is to eat them. Ky., making? finishes in trot at War is a game at which every2:10 and pacing the last duy a clip of .lo j flat These races were body loses except the wiuuer, and & Elmore, he feels as if he had been sat upon jrnished by Ro,e xvifle and Mr. Finley. oi by a suffragette. Tenn., and Mr. Stopp When stumped for an answer, iity. Mr. Marcam look wise and let the other fellow King, ol talk. shmProa a bi"er audi chance to It the crowned heads of Europe better fair next August, 1915. I ever net to heaven they will stir thank you. up a scrap among the angels. es-tit1 - The one cannot succeed with out the co operation of the other, but the t.vo working earnestly and jointly will rccomplish wonderful results. We should think before speaking. ITari.li words and family jars in the presence of a child irives it the first lessen in ne.rtthne.s'. and put a sharp edf;e to an awakening tern nw Tr i., iiafiir.! t(r the infant to copy the example ol the pricut. As we expect much fi'uin the teacher, let us give equally of our own store of patience and considoration. Infancy demands kindnej-s- . gennot the tleness and sympilhy austere aloofness of Rge, or the coldness of indifference. A child is susceotible to training, but when it reaches man's e - The Kir.d Yon Have Always Bouglit , and v.Iiieli lias l)eeu iu use for over CO o:irs, has Jorr.e tlio sHriuiture ol - "nl has been made umlci Lis iet'- -$ sonal supers ision since its Infancy. .iC&W zSir?, cccJUM AIo-- t no one to deeeh e you in this, All Counterfoils Iinltntioiisnud " " are hisfc 22.Kriinoiits IhaL trifle i it U and endauor the of iiii'ants and Children Experience against iixieriineat0 S?1?! B Sk ssr e sa --- sh. rV n-vjf jfc J 4 ! I 5 ' Jv U TV --" Jusi-ns-go- od in-alt- ii -1 7"? so f. Vta that s 14PsnF there'll he on-- ,. 0. tie i Samnt aite!" vc j f IliiL t!l (fi'S "33 SSa? hule flour mill ever built. Makes hi&h - 50 bbla. finest Rf ;f uour a Gay. unouro-.vmunriK mm lorcv. rvftouvarcunti 3 Bf you. They all iso Hour And vththL v.oaleifjl Litle Si d-cn-aipsh P Men anJ Mslies r.spintf Oiwifirs H f rS CT'iUVV V - 1 1 1 EHrlH i iril j harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, and Soothing S.wups. it is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Mnrpliiuo nor other .Narcotic Milisluncc. IN aire is its gJinran.ee. Ji destroys Svorms For more than thirty years ifc tiwi allays of Coie.tjpation, has hcen in iu.t.uit u c for the Vl;uil ne;.-, Vv ind Colic, idl TecHiing Troubles find Jfc regulates Di.ii'ihoja. the iStomaeit and assimilates; iho Pool, giving lieaiihy and natural slecn. 'Jiie Childreu's Panacea Tlio 3Iother's Priead Cnsforifk is Jr!5 a. MT s sts cw? f ps - ; ?5 Mm S6SaidgetM SELF-CC?TAINE- JasTnaaWttS-- JBo-wel.s- , 'r k J .(,'i ' TM vet ggg D ROLLER FLOUR MILL Mis.s'vel Clseaper1" fc'SSsr You enn nnickly ImiM iual)ij'DayipKflrfritprii;bt in sour own com-- MfiSa Its iio A r.jersnfpcl tu.. tnt .. Kfvni ritxr nwj tiunii. T i.tft4nficruvijunir acii' vemtni 411 iii r.vii tiAnl.1 ti n mill- - ei gj n.r. rttnr inn bu lisea'. A omIite roih-- Ilrir uult iHone siuaH case, rtijuinnc dtSPSSCS L F77 only tre man anu nl'Jc iniV.tr to make . . j z&m. iaBaS' '1wSlns'iiai tzz$ J.iS. "A F?errcl of i3feter mucb I ilrr WUtut, 13- - frs w .. A V j " ALWAYS Bears the Signature of S jfyjr s y J I I KU j ii tix !C"i' V nl uni ths it n raU-- Criutl ry and tuck Any it. H" No I re;ou9 hilling Ktncrience Noc?ssar? Get a lli:i.ef ,n . Aiii'e, in 011 ey iou e r.o hniK to run to . !r ou- W i ilntrj, y - . 'Py 1 1 T- x I 3H1 iMSSt kls Tree Fsak ? - k7c444. Ttia r j. i.V U S.J4 If Hal uubanshEltllLsJ a t Xrd& &?&&& ANCI.O.AHEHICAN MILL -- o 4Ei f . 22.0.. M1SM si A u 1 KB r H le aiu 1-ui- M lave Always mug N C W VO BH Id Sn Use For Over T H E C E N TAUM COMPANY 30 Years K C ITV. British Foreign Office Issues d&a Ef-i- -7 ff t' law - - j. yi. fa Steiemeni pi K H tk f , 1 7 -1 DIVORCE YOURSELF " ft jJm-- L' n ) Vlj JI ;J ) l&sJ z& 2 Pa ISM a SH I iY iggs ps Carets i! (IU v. London special: The ltritish scout cruiser Path finder has been saul: by a mine in the North sea with heavy loss of lite. "Washington special: A ' I ,ii 1 x From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery B B UJ - vsstos&sr ,&-- r -- iUtttbQif Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Release from broom drudgery from the strain of moving and lifting fufuilure aaj l.om the dangerous scatterag oi !ot and germs that are raised by the uss of the broom and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can he attained by the use of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic .1 Sweeper, wh.ch, Jthough easily operated by hand, creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your iug and carpets and at the same time the revolving birch picks up all list. pios. threads, ravelinjjs. etc. IDE CUHUEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes and sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-!e- y in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. S7 ' 11)1 Si a i.saf" AA in ua ia a Our line of Couch W jii. jj) All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled 94-S wy m MT. VERNON, KY 1 3SSSM WHEN YOU WANT at ene ra m ere nandnse r. 1 Through its fa embassy here the British foreign of- HA fice lias made public a statement summarizing, from the viewpoint of the allies, particularly the ltritlsli. the at the close of the iirst month of the .u This is the statement: "At ihe end of the fiit month of the C ' war. Hie command of the sea is left unchallenged in the hands of C.ie-Hntain and her allien. The main Ger man and Austrian llcets reninm harbors under shelter ot t'lek mines and batteries. Four Herman cruisers, one auxiliary cruiser, two and a submarine and one Atis trian cruiser have been sunk A (Ji ha'--' man dreadnought and a crui-e- r fled without firhUiig and have taken refuge in the Daulanelle. "The loss to the British navy ha3 been one lislit cruiser only. As a iou sequence of this naval supreme." ov 300,000 have been ab'e to tro ,le bc in different parts cf the v.oild ilho.i tiie loss of a man. The Hiiti-- h eii ditionary force has been carried e Franco; colonial expeditions have been sent to attack the colonies ot Germany In Africa and the Pacific, and the French troops under cover of th n 1 t m a&J - V- - tf-i- iSt For more detailed information write TODAY --. mzrTjs&--a Gr. MTjW ss&ssai C "i-- 2i.? ' I'"!' Dually Pneumatic Sweeper 6501 S. State Street -- Agents Wanted CHICAGO f?a Co - . -'C CINCINNATI AND RETURN Synchro SErT.i3th taaua SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION j mo i A ment combined Aimlo-Frenc- h Moditcirn-uir-fleetAlj-eri- , , CO TO s L RSLIABL.& more ci editable record when the census oi iq2o is taken, for the sake of the Commonwealth, which when crime breaks out or epidemics prevail or dark days come, looks upon its illiteracy as the cause and laments, "My people are confounded for want of knowledge," we appeal to every public aud private school teacher to and start a moonlight) school on the evening of September 7th, and to every citizen to seek out and instruct some one or more illiterates. ' 'One thousand moonlight schools, fifty thousand adults ten thonsand illiterates taught" is our aim for 1914. Let all true and patriotic ICentuckiaus', rich men, women and children, and poor, young and old, white and colored, enlist for service m Kentucky's conflict against illiteren-enli- st eu-tolled, CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS orrkniiver LOOK YOURSELF IN THE FACE By MAJOR F. W. BARBAR. The reaper of death sweeping over Europe hrings to our mind a thought worthy of more than casual consideration. I,et us look ourselves in the lace, and think think for the benefit of humanity, for the weal of prosperity. In all parts of the country schools are opening for the fall and winter terms, and much ol the future will depend upon the training of the youth of today. Never in our history was there a time when it was more imperative that hasty passions and. vin-- " dictive temperments be curbed and eradicated. Never was there a time when the inculcation of brotherly love and a consideration for others was 1 While European countries are calling for volunteers in a conflict of war, Kentucky is calling for volunteers in a conflict of peace, a conflict which, if eventually and successfully waged, will insure to the people of this great Commonwealth a new era of peace, happiness and prosperity. Kentucky has one blight and blot upou her "record at this time, and that is the high percentage of illiteracy among her adult population. 2oS,oS4 of her men and women cannot read or write, and are thus depiived of "the privileges of citizenship and prevented from enjoying the richest blessings of life. These men and women are Many of President of the United States mostly native whites. people of superior intelof Europe wouldn't sound so bad, them are at least, acy. lect and some of them, and is quite within the KENTUCKY ILLITERACY are ambitious. However much COMMISSION, they may hunger for an education, By Cora Wilson Stewart, Pres. If we must have a war' tax let's the day school can offer them no baud it to the automobile scorch- opportunity. Tt must accommoIf your child is pale and sickly, date the children. The State is de- picks at the nose, starts in the ers aud other poodle dogs. prived of the service of these un sleep and grinds the teeth, while is sure sign of worms If Turkey gets loo promiscu- fortunate men and women, and the sleeping itfor athese parasites will remedy A ous in this international wallop she school is deprived of their intelli be found in WHITE'S CREAM Three weeks VERMIFUGE. . It not only clears may find herself furnishing the gent in moonlight schools out the worms, but it restores spread for some other nation's instruction would enable them to l'ead and health and cheerfulness. Piice 20c Thanksgiving dinner. write, at least, and when given per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Ky. Make it American gold for the keys to knowledge, they will Brodhead, American people aud hand us our proceed lo unlock the treasure CHAivaiEraMN's Liniment house for themselves. share. If vou are troubled with aches, Forihe sake of this great army pains or soreness of the muscles, Timbuctoo is yet to be. heard of benighted men and women, for you will appreciate the good qualfrom, but we have hopes. the sake of their children and ities of Chamberlain's Liniment. their grandchildren, for the sake Many ufFerers from rheumatism and siatica have used it with the The longer they tight the less of the cause of education, for the best results. It is especially valuwe will have to lick when our time sake of a belter and more intelli- able sor lumbago and lame back. gent citizenship, for the sake of a For sale by all dealers- comes. Whoop it up 1 . have been escorted trom to France. Further Strength Promised. "The resources of the empire undei the cover of the Ihitish will be fullj developed and the armies in Europe will be reinforced by those of Aus tralia, Canada, India and Africa, with out ceasing. German mercantile marine ha3 disappeared from the ocean. "Strong as the British nivy is today, there will be an accession of strength within the next twelve months of not less than ten first-elabattleships, fifteen cruiser and twenty destroyeis, thus further increasing the margin of naval superiority in ships of all classes over Germany, who during tho same period, will ndd not of this number to more than her fleet. "The Briti3h and French armies in France have fought a series of hotly contested engagements in which thoj have inflicted on the enemy losses immensely greater than they have suffered. Their fighting strength is unMeantime, in response to impaired. the call of the government, 300,000 fresh recruits have joined the British army voluntarily. The whole empire is absolutely united and firmly resolved to carry the war to a successful issue. Great Russian armies have Invaded East Prussia, and are on the point of entering central Germany. The Austrians have been decisively beaten, first by the Senians at and on the River Diina and afterward by the Russians in Galicia. They their campaign have abandoned ngainst Servi and have lost the fortified city of Lemberg. "Outside Europe the Japanese fleet and a force of troops are blockading Tsingtao in China." s one-thir- d El inliW. ih M SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves "t vr taTf k i t I JUNCTION CITY 5s35a.m, is5S KSSSSsrwfStttedKSCiarfc, ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. !fs? wO FQ8TKE ".-.iraMmE- J.C.McCLARY UNDERTAKER and WMiM J JkJhMsasL. .y '.rvi -r - mW. jC. m lggp? 1 '!Tj-r- - j $k - mwm 9iC? i Stanford, Ky. Sha-bat- a COOKING UTENSILS of tin; best quality al very reasonable prices may be found here in great assortment. The greatest of care should always be exorcised to keep all cooking utensils clean, and 1'or this purpose. AHuminum or Granatc is by all means the best. The cost is a little greater at first, but it is always cheaper in the end to buy Another Vessel Sunk. good ware at a lair price, thau the London special: The Wilson line ltteamship Uno has sunk after striking cheap bargain store kind at any & mine in the North sea on her voyprice according to a dispatch received here from Hull. The She steamship left Hull Saturday. carried 600 passengers, most of whom are believed to have been saved. age- to Archangel, CO-COX- 7aiJj",f-j-t- j -3- SJif-j'C Mount Vernon Monumental , OpptMte Court House, of!Uul DEALER in Marbles aud Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 Prince killed in casualty break of Ernest of Lippo has been FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles battle. This makes the third in this family since the out- and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Goldj the war. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. COLIC CHOLERA CHAMBERLAIN'S and Diarrhoea Remedy the 'boys' when they enlisted for the Spanisli war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and have received hiany thnnks for the advice, given, ' writes J. H. Houghland, Kldor, whether person. Iowa. "No traveling or at home should be without this great remedy." For sale by all dealers. "I advised JEWELER AND OPTIC fAN. COX BROC. STORE J. C. MOORE 3CCgDC393!Cge3orif P PL Conover $ 'C. Williams, KY. ATTORNFY-AT-LA- On 2rd. floor fo j JIT. VERNON,' KY, Mt. Vernon, on Church The Bank of Fron tRooins over Baker's Store V street. Special attention give'n to collections. , Phone 49-i Dentist MT. VERNON. Phone No. 80. imr mn mn JmsA &.i MT. VERNON SIGNALI Mr. ViiKXOK, Ky, a pt. li. 1914 LOCAL An examination New fall caps for men and boys for County at Fish's. be held in Phoenix silk hose for men and women at Fish's. 79 up "No. 7q" w won toComni c .t wrltli SIGNAL '.i"79 IouiSVillc kM & Nashville P R.Co Road Kngineer will Frankfort. September 23d ' The KiudiTjsarteii .will be free I. again this 3 ear and all children be tween the ages of iour and six years are invited. Langdou Memorial opens Monday and ul! friends are cordiull in vited to he present at Chapel exer- l cises beginning at 8:30 a in. THE BIG TENT MEETING Evangelistic services under the auspices of the Christian church of Mt. Vernon, continue with unabated zeal, judging by the crowds that meet in the "Big Tent" every night. Tiie congregational singing led by Evangelist ,J. R ss Millar, is a feature of the services at all times. Mis, Tinsley, as vocalist, and Mrs. Miller as iolinist, render o'os, of insuirbig interest and will continue t. lend their special powers in this service, while the -- 1 bphool books for Livingston at .1. I (T P.E Drummond's. JLj $ "i" -- ""i"1 New things every day at Fish's for men and young men to wear. Coosot's Kenoha Klosed Krotch uni n suits in full weights at Fisli's. Raw Hides is the name of the I 1 fi rfi PIT III Mi. Vernon has a fi eater mile- - new slickers at Fish's and they concretesidewalks wear like raw hides. 4.50 p m agcof first-clas- s J2 ncitn.. --M north. 3:53 a m las compared to the number of in Langdon Memorial .School will 2.'J south .n:43 a w .habitants than any other towu in opr-- Monday with a splendid ro-ia in uieoiaie Ji Soulh and a full school. Stkaykp A cow, solid ied I AS. Landkum, Agent. Mr. and Mrs Ed Bhok, of Covcolor, smooth, weight about 1,000 Phone No. S. ington are with Judge and Mrs. pounds, wore bell with home-madG. M. Ballard lor a few days. , , ; hntred at tl,e Mt Ve,n. Ky. Pofcloifice , . i h ' mail matter. " m, stcGiul-c.as- s C. A. Davis was in Richmond Notify and receive reward. good last Monday and bought t 13'ne HnM' Ky. J' H' PERSONAL to place in his livery stable (Jhailes Goodright, of Texas, horses Supt. of Education has appointMrs. T. J- - Peuningion was np.has a herd of cattalu (cross rf ca'- from Livingston yesteiday tle and buffaloes) It is claimed ed .1. P. E. Druinmond agent for superior to cattle in school books at Liviugstcn. Thev Master Maurice Baker has been I hey many ways: that they "make bet- are to be sold for cash only. very sick lor the past week. Wiley Owens has gone lo work ter meat, clear of lib re. and it It is a good idea tosaveall fruits never gets tough like beef.'' and vegetables j.ou can by drying in signal gang on the K. C road. Mrs. T. J Nicoley returned tins Staverson, threshed 63o canning or other means so as to Su-ukfrom a visit to relatives bushels of wheat, a prttty good be able to fight high prices the number of bushels to have, yet coming winter at Somerset. Mr. and Mrs Leioy Mullins, Mrs. W. H. Cox has been num- Mr. .Staverson was a little disap among the stele for the past pointed in that the yield per acre Mr. and Mrs. Ulyse s Baker. C!eb bered was not as much as he expected. Mulli'is of Cincinnati, and Bailie several davs. Judge L W Bethurum was in It was less than 25 bu per acre. Mullins, of Paris, are with relaMissionary tives here and in the county. The Rockcastle Frankfort during the week on Baptist Association met with legal business. George Payne, who has been in Fieeclom Chinch this week and the a, Mrs. Wanzer is here from service of Uu.de Sam three Ohio, visiting her daughter, was one of the best in the history years is with his parents here. ot the Association. Rev. A. J. Pike, George has been pitching Mrs. A. B. Furnish. ball for Moderator, and J. J. Painter, Sec the Charleston S. C . Club, of tlu-S- . Mrs R. W. Dyche and children A. League this sumiue j and visited her mother, Mrs. R. B. rotary, wore unanimously reelected. The Association meets has made quite a record. Mullins, over Sun Jay with Mt. Zion church in lfll",' Mr. and Mrs. J. E Woodall, of McNews' wheat thresher is still Monday was the annual election the Baptist London, attended making music in this locality, havAssociation at Freedom this week. of officers of Mt. Vernon Royal ing passed thru town half dozen following offMiss McCord has returned from Arch Chapter. The times within past three weeks on her summer vacation, which she icers weie duly elected and in its way lo various wheat fields spent with her brother on Long stalled: J. A. Landrum, H. P.: It is estimated that Rockcastle Geo. R. Reams,Iv.; .I.W.Brown. S.; Inland. county sows ,'00 per cent, more V. C. Tate, U. ol II.; V. C. Johnwheat than it did six years ago. Cashier Albert Fliatt and John son, P.S.; J. A. Pioctor, R. A. C; up from Brodhead, Kobins drove A. B. Furnish.Treas ; S. C. Frank- McFarland Memorial Sunday evening, to attend the big lin, See'y; H. L. Smith, M. 3rdV.; Presbyterian Church revival. A S. Ball, M. 2nd V; W. D. Lloyd Marel. after many days All services will remain cancelled M. 1st V , Jas Rickels, Sen intense suffering from an acciden during the evangelistic meetings Thompson Sutton Air. Cis tal shot at Livingston thiu leit kg being held in tho Big Tent, under s;e Sutton, of the firm of Sutton & is resting easier. the auspices of the Deciples AIcBee, the and sue church. Our members and friends Charley Thompson was taken to cessful Main street merchants, and are requested to co operate in this his home near Preachersville. Miss Alza Thompson, the youngis that he soul winlung campaign. Friday, and the report est daughter of Mr. F. L. ThompRev. John M. Macmii.t.an. is a very sick boy. son, were married in Louisville. George Benjamin Fishback is Monday, at the home of Mr. and Charley Rice, Jr., and Virgil h une from Shelbvville with his Mrs. J. W. Hut:he-on- . Tharp, brakemenand a stockman, Thy Ben villi enter State will visit Indianapolis and in jther. other were seriously but not fatally inUniversity this fall. Northern points, returning to Mt jured in a freight wreck at Cedar AVe regret to announce the very Vernon about September 15th Creek, Wednesday night. A dead serious illness of Kd Langford, We join with the host of friends in engine and eighteen cars wen-pile- d who without a marvelous change extending hearty congratulations in a heap. Tharp was caught and can not last many days . held fast in the wreck for several to this splendid young couple. hours. His arm is badly mashed. Davy Craig spent a portion of Now aud then we heir it said Rice received several bruises but the week with relatives at Preach- th so and so is afraid to have no bones broken it Charley He reports ersville. electric lights instilled. For the Thompson about the same. Gharley Hurst and Miss Mollie benefit of those we wish to say Thos. N. Noe. and Green Xoe that house properly wired is much Owens drove in from Freedom, are up in the wilds of Harlan safer so far as lightuing is con- Tuesday, and were married at tho county for a few days to visit the cerned and electric lights are cer- County CJeik's olrice by Judge scenes ol their boyhood days. Mr. Hurst is a son of tainly safer than an old coal oil Ballard. Monday, of Thresh iamp which is liable to oxplode at Squire and Mrs Win. Hurst, of Mrs. Jennie er. Miss, after spending lour any tiu'ie. Don't let the danger this county ;and is an electrician, weeks with the family of her fir her part worry you in the least and residing at Indianapolis. Mrs. Win. Thomason, has aeturncd besides the Mt Vernon plant is Hurst is the attractive daughter of home. only 250 volt direct current which Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens, of Mrs. S. B. McKenzie, and little will not kill or injure even though the Freedom Ssction. They will son. Ceo. Fish McKenzie, leave one gets the full benefit of the en reside in Indianapolis. The Signal today to visit Mrs Margie Mc tire load" Tne Mt Vernon Power with a host of frieuds extends conClary Moore and Mr, Moore at Co. is anxious to have every house gratulations. Terre Haute, Ind. in Mt. Vernon on its lines. Tho Especially is it true, that with F. L Thompson, Jr., and F. L only a comparatively tew houses county Judges, serving first term, Durham, were in Louisville, are not wired, yet the company that in performing marriage cereMonday, and saw the Colonels is anxious to get those. Ask monies, the new Judgi is always play two sp'endid games of ball, our neighbor who has lights and more or less embarrassed and see what he says about them. The often times cuts the ceremony a altho one of the games was lost. cost is small. little short and sometimes adds on Misses Emma Davis, Sallie a part that could have just as well Reynolds and Amy Proctor enThe Mt. Vernon Graded School E. K S. N., at Richmond. opened Monday, with the greatest beeu left off. The following pretty tered Monday. They were accompanied prospects tor a most successful good one is told on Jndge Ballard: by Mrs. E. R. Gentry, who re- year. There were over 225 pres- Recently a young couple appeared turned Tuesday. ent for the first enrollment. The at the Judge's office, presented the license and requested him to tie Mrs. Fanny Adams and Miss faculty is composed of Prof. J. S. the nuptial knot. Unfortunate tor Tevis Bethurum returned last Irvine, principal; Miss Maud the Judge there were quite a numweek from a visit to Mrs. Adams' Rowlee, High School depaitment; ber assembled in the office, but sister Mrs. Tones at Middlesboro. Miss Georgia McFerron, primary, with trembling knees he arose They were accompanied home and Misses Bradley, Clyde Wat- and proceeded. Requesting the son, Bernice Landrum, aud Mrs. by Mrs. Louis Jones.. Fishback, Grade teachers. A happy couple to join right hands Mr. W. H. Williams, of Aztec, splendid faculty, who will do then-duty- , the Judge said: "Do you take N. M., a brother of the late J. J. but to attain the greatest this lady whom you hold by the and D. N Williams, prrived Satright hand to be your lawful and success, there must be urday mornings. Mr Williams is on the part of the patrons and weded wife, which was promptly now eighty yeary old but has the answered in the affirmative, l'hen appearance and activity of one pupils The teachers can not do extending his hand for congratulait all. For them we bespeak the many years younger. support of every person in the dis- tions, the 'Judge .oncluded with J. G Hackley, of Lincoln coun- trict, no matter whether you have the admonition : " May the Lord ty, who holds a high electrical children to send to school or not. have mercy on you isjny prayer." engineering position with the Bell The man who is not interested in Pianos sold lrom factory to Telephone Company at Antwerp, the education of his neighbor's home. We have some rare barBelgium, in the war zone, found children is a poor citizen. Visit gains in slightly used pianos and things to be getting decidedly too the school, speait words' of encour- - organs. hot for comfort, has temporarily agement to pupils and teachers Tha Starr Piano Co., moved his headquarters across the alike, and you will be surprised to By E. J. Ford, Salesman, channel to London. see the good it will do. Danville, Ky. . TIME TABLE. Oem ort For en and M IS OUR BUSINESS. JL "3" J3L "BGP JlLi d 3 J I Youngs Men n Jac-ult- v It is not only in clothes, tho, that we make a study of comfort. o j e Cl-AR- revival is in progress. Speaking in sihetre terms of conservatism. Bro. Miller possesses the power of inspiring men and women to "get busy." We must not forget that our Big Brother Geo. Tinsley is a wheel Ik rse in house-t- I versatility ard to find house canvai-sin- g lost christians as well as unsaved bo that with the loinl sinners leadership of the Miller-Tinsleabrogations of evangelism, Mt Vernon has never had the opportunities now offered for a tidal wave of revival in her midst We must not forget ilia spiritual force turned on by Bro. Macmillan as a powerful ally of the forces named. y I ( i y in the new ties you need. It is in the little things as well that we strive to please you. YOU will not get a suit of underwear here that binds you if we know it you will not get soxthat stub out at the toes. You will get the benefit of our experience in the selection of colors that do not flash or clash And it goes without saying that one of Fish's Special Blue Serge Suits at $15 or any one of the many other patterns of Fish's Special Suits at $10 to $20 must give you com- His services have beeu conspicu- Ur-ban- Las-wel- l, well-know- n ously prominent for weeks past in the masterful quiet efforts put forth by him in preparatiou for this special effort. Bro. Allen, while not yet fully recovered from a recent illness must be reckoned as one of the strong forces working overtime for the uplift of our town, spiritually, aud in every way, and under every condition that correlates with practical Christianity. In general terms the business men ol the town as well as those engaged in amusement, and pleasure-see- k ing places of resort are lo be commended for the unselfish stand each has taken, in closing their respective places of business at 7:30 while the revival continues So, "come on" as Bro. Miller urges. Get busy and co operate hetrtilyin promoting every 'good cause first of which all will agn e is pure and undeliled religion, as the Apostle James puts it. All are earnestly solicited and urged to come out and lend their inlluence in extending the King-d- o in of Heaven. Come one anc" all. V. be-m-tily fort and genuine satisfaction. 1 We guarantee all that. All these things and many others, spell comfort because they mean satisfaction and ease of mind that is part of our business we believe in more than the mere selling of goods we want to SERVE YOU. pi s Don't k "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." Forget Star Brand Shoes Are Better Yellow complexion, pimples and s?Giwrfs tl'irifm LEADIHOCl i THE HOME OP GOOD CLOTHES. I disfiiL'urintr blemishes on the face or body can be gotten rid ol by doctoring the liver, which is tor-- 1 picL HERlSINli is a powerful liver correctant. It purifies the 3($&C$3d & 3er3&3K3fcoitj63C3g3scg&(CQ!C3c3&3eC' GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky I I system, stimulates the vital organs and puts the body in fine vigorous Price )oc. Sold by condition. John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. -- Ail Kinds Btt COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled and Sizes Pictures Framed and Enlarged Kodak Pictures Finished. First-Clas- s Work Guaranteed m k.&X$&&X3C& ()-0-aKK0KHK)-0- :3DC$ 1 II I NOTICE as E3 Manis Building ! Saturdays1 OPJLY I'M Stiftltfn-lrtT'irr- r tin STUDIO 1 ltd fetii3am iry' iiw3M MBwWHBSg IB KSSBp y S How many husbands have died in your community in tho last year and are forever gone from the good wife and little ones, they being left to battle life's busy way alone I want you to think aud think soberly and see if you 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 to neglect so great an opportunity of protecting 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 say, well, I have made the necessary preparation to meet you I have a policy in the Commonwealth Life, of Louis-- . ville, which will take care of you and the children in my absencev Call on their repre- ' f' sentative in Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- CHAS C DAVIS. The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of MtAernon- - Get your Fox Fertilizer from W. B. Sigman, 8 Wildie, Ky. 3t. -- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Diarrhoea Quickly Cured "My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint. One dose of this the trouble," remedy checked writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all dealers. A modern battle line beats even an American football game.. The fellow who has nothing to lose is always losing something. Huerta thinks he shoud be canonized, in the light of recent events. Uneasy lies the head that fol- lows the head that wears a crown We are emphatically in favor of a trade expansion, provided, it reaches this office. 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 . The Bank of Nit. Vernon CASTOR1A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ." A GENERAL SURVEY OF OU R THE WAR N Great Com I a& WT vsng E " Dispatches from St. Petersburg quote the czar as saying that he Is determined to go to Berlin and that if the Russians fail to clear the way the Japanese are ready to Hungarian sentiment is reported to he growing in favor of Russia, and a revolution in Bukowina, a crown land would not surof Austria-Hungarprise. With this turn in feeling among the Austrlans and the steady advance of the Russian troops, olflcial Russia believes the campaign la proceeding TO T Tiri. iviccL Aj! Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family . me, or one or my depulie at the following named places to settle your Taxes for the year of 1 9 14: OF ROCKCAST! E COUNTY Saturday, T TAX s PAYERS This BI TO-DAY'- S s i Oi satisfactorily. n agreement has been signed by Great Britain, France and Russia not to make peace except by mutual con- At BRODHEAD, At CONWAY. At WILDIE, At ROCKFQRD, September 12 and October 3 sent Monday, T uesday, i. Wednesday, September J4 THE MT. VKUXON SIOXAL, TRE CINCINNATI WEEKLV ENQHRrCR, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SE.MJ MONTI1LY, MAGAZINE, MONTHLY, ROYS' MAG AKIN K, MONTHLY, HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. The German army Is said to be so badly beset by the transfer of five army corps sent to East Prussia that Paris never may be besieged. The Russians have occupied Allen-Bteiand are investing Koenigsberg. n September 15 September 16 September 17 September 18 September 19 September 22 September 23 September 24 September 25 September 26 October OUR SPECIAL BARCAIN PRICE O FOR ALL SIX, EACH ONE YEAR L i $4 ZCT H ft ever before has such a remarkable group of lending publications been offered in combinaEach one is a leader in its chosen held and goes into tho home of tion with Thk Signal millions of satisfied readers. Why not make home life really at,ractive by providing goodliteralere that can be enjoyed by all the family V We uavo especially prepared this combination o tmeet these requirements, and .ill at a price within reach of every one desiring the very best. Thisffer is open to all, both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the above send in your order, and your subscription will be extended from the dato it exsires. Please remember our agreement with these publishers limited, and we reserve the right to withdraw this offer without lurcher notice. Therefore, OTR MOTTO IS, take advantage uow while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our renders and feel satisfied you will be more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that the' may be seen on display at our otiice is Ii you want to keep posted on the war, place your order early The Srgnal will have from two to four columns of the latest war news each week, and fn the weekly Enquirer you will get in condensed form the war news of the entire week. This of ler applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal. AI3 The garrison at the latter point have made several sorties, but have always been driven back. Three million Frenchmen, it is said, are now under arms to defend Paris and new intrenchments are being constructed under the direction of General Gallieni, the military governor of Paris. In his proclamation he says that the members of the government have left Paris In order to give a new impetus to the defense of the nation. Only two gates In Paris are open, Porte Maillot, on the northwest, and Porte Do Bercy, on the southwest. They are both strongly guarded and defended by barricades. Attitude of Spain and Italy. Representatives of Germany are at Rome making strong representations to the Italian government and insisting that Italy enter the war as an ally of Austria and Germany Counter representations are being made by representatives o France and England in the interest of the allies. Senor leader of the Spanish Radicals, declares that Spain will send her army to help France If asked to do so. This move on the part of Spain is for the protection of her interests in Africa, which she fears would be jeopardized in case of Germany's success. Reports from Constantinople say conditions are disquieting, but there has1 been so far no declaration of war on Turkey's part. "' The British admiralty reports that they received information from trustworthy sources that seven torpedo boats and destroyers went into Ler-roux, At LIVINGSTON, At CLIMAX, 1 MW Thursday, Frid ay, Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday, At JOHNETTA, At DISPUTANTA, At COOKSBURG, At ORLANDO, At MULLINS' STATION, At PONGO, iriiM ii im.., ,tmrrMVr. i hursday, Friday, ,M iiw Saturday, Saturday, , m At F. M. PONDER'S STORE ""- - ' - 3 o - . rrrr- 'i At LEVEL GREEN, At PINE HILL Ae ! T 'cribs'1 Octobet Saturday, Saturday, R3t October 10 October 10 QUAIL, IiI'EiMi tfc"11" 'il'ill cnnsrzezsrrj Orders Must Be ftSaiSed To The MT. VE RNON SIGNAL $ rKOl'LRS $ HANK $ A Straw will Show the ! Way $ $ the Wind Blows Have you5 Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID Eery anking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES OP ROCKCASTLE COUNTY $ nice back yard, located on Stan- Austrians are retreating after desperford St. in L'oo yards of one of the ate fighting npar Hallcz, leaving 1,500 that the Austri best schools in the state. This dead on the field, and Warsaw was rean attack In front of property will be sold on 4 months pulsed and that the Russians have time, poession any time. Now now taken the offensive. The commander in chief of the army has notioccupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. fied the czar of the occupation of Lem-berJ. L. Kennkdy, and has asked that in recognition of their services the order of St. Crab Orchard, Ky. George be conferred on General Ruz-rkIf all of the money in the United and General Brussiloff. The operStates was equally divided among ations are said to extend over a front of 2o0 miles to have been held by our citizens each person's share a million andand half men. The Ausa would be about 32, And we'd trlans' exireme right is said to have y in a damaged condition and that several more wore sunk near the Kiel canal. The British torpedo boi Speedy is reported to have been sunk by striking a mine In the North sea Premier Asquith in an address at a meeting in Guild hall, called upon every Briton to enlist. He says that between 250.000 and 300,000 have responded to Earl Kitchener's PUBLIC SALE call for recruits. . On the Eastern Line. 1 will sell my house and lot in A dispatch from Rome announces Crab Orchard to the highest bid- that six German aimy corps have been der on Saturday Sept. 5. Nice sent from France to repel the Russian house containing 5 rooms, one advance In East Prussia and Galicia. An official statement issued from porch and hall. Good garden, (St. Petersburg) says that the able-bodie- d Pe-trogr- At the Sheriff's Office Ail Days i&SBaszgmBSBiasmX Please meet me at the al.ove place prepared to settle your taxes. The Fiscal Corn and the .State Authorities aie demanding- monthly settlements of me and I must have the taxes L cannot to pay with. carry any taxes out for the year of 1914 to 1915. So I hope you will meet this date and settte. - CAM MULLINS, S. R. C. Local Travel Benefitted Trains 21 and 22 Extended 1SSSSjS3SSSS3: 3SEESg.5SC5EKBl Ea CSS g like to have ours right now. Uncle Sam fights for peace. $ jFor the Convenience of the People $ Use y S BBS 1 The president is leading a strenuous life in his efforts to sidestep war But notwithstanding this we are about the only man in this country who is not willing to trade jobs with him. 1 $ M $ COPIES $ BANK ZBM6gg3gag33K5r,gswEMEa $ $ And not a chirp from the militants! the distance is only the army o! candidates preparing to charge the noble voter at the polls. Swellings of the flesh caused by inflammation, cold, frrctures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can be relieved by applying BALLARD'S SNOW LIN IMENT. It should be well rubbed on over the part effected Its gient healing and penetrating power eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural conditions Price 25c. and 1.00 per oottie. Hold by 50c Robins John Brodhead, Ky. RHEUMATIO SUFFERERS SHOULD IHE-JT- Be not alarmedl The rumble in KABO TU Lire Modtl CORSET an Style too with ilk embroider? trim rubber gore in bottom Has very low bust kEgdSrt? Is very kghUy boned. and Has wins nave feaheKSt pjurs of supporters. money carefully in buying; your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your .corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get up-tdate style, fir, com- - o- I to spend your F'VOU Vmve those regions gaining "further partial successes." Advices from Berlin report 'that the German army is now pushing through the center and has captured Mezieres In the department of Ardennes, where the French center hitherto has been able to hold back the German advance. According to the' same advices the left wing of the allies has now fallen back on ItB third line of defenses. The Germans claim a victory In the three 'days' fighting from Rhelms to Verdun, saying that the French opposition was strongly maintained, but eventually It was crushed. NEW HEAD -- suffered enormous loss. The military government of Paris says that there has been no further attack of the army of Paris with tho enemy, that the Germans have suffered reverses in the neighborhood of Verdun, and that the general situation in Lorraine and the Vosges is unchanged, with the French troops in Announcement is made by the Chas. C. Davis Chas. C. Davis! A: Crescent Mt , Vernon Route that i 5 Mt. Vernon j 21 and 22. now Ky. Trains operated Ky. unema. ienn.,anu som ueiweua erset, Ky., will be extended, effective Sunday, September Gth, 191-I- . thirty-nin- e. Phone is and operated daily between Oneida Terra., and Lexington, Ky. The 7 o'clock open shop and performance of this new service open shop till 9 o'clock add seventy-nin- e train miles each way, or one hundred and fittyeight addtional miles for the round trip are cordially welcome in our At the presnt time when the explace any time during our shop pense of commodities required in the operation and maintenance of hours. to sell you railroads is at its hignest tiud most anything yon oh my want, carriers are curtailing, rather than extending, their facilities, this new how we do like to sell you you service afforded by the Queen & do Let us show you, Crescent Route is worthy of the greatest attention and patronage on the part of the traveling pubQueen essssraMeagmaagri No. (39) at My We run a.m. p. m. You at We don't want don't but, what want. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. OF THE G. A. R. passengers can arrive Danville before 0 a. m. ana Lexington oeiore 10:30 a. m; transact their bnsiness and, return on No. 2I in the afternoon, arriving home before bed time. Local travel between Somerset and Danville and to and from intermediate points will be particularly benefitted by this new ar- lic. By using Train 22 tftwifti. rangement, as there will now be aade of corded batitte! FmiibStZi SOU is sSni IgHasrtree i vA Price $3.00 from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price.. iort and lasting service Rheumatism f For all forma of ThsDat Remedy Veterans Elect David J. Palmer of lewa as Their Chief. Detroit special: The annual encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic elected David J. Palmer of Washington, la., commander in chief for the ensuing year, and selected Washington, D. C, as the place for the UeA encampment The Woman's' Relief Corps elected Mrs. Sarah E. Pulton of Rochester, N. Y., president. Mrs. Bessie A. Bowser of Indianapolis was elected president of the Daughters of Veterans' Auxiliary. Mrs. Mary A. Jameson of Marine City, Mich., was elected president of the Ladies of the O. A. R., and the Sons of Veterans chose Charles P. Sherman of Mt. VernonN. Y., commander in chief. two local trains each way daily between those points, making all stops, instead ot the train as heretofore. iiE!i$tiii & ? rirPs Life I Black-Draught," m m m "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit CASTOR! A For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of S &. ceived from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton 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 the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without have rewrites iwutuunci SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIA LUMBAGO. iKUUBLts. For Sale by A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM & LEWIS kGIvesQulcicRcllafj HERBINE is the medicine that cures biliousness, malaria and toustipation. The first dose makes you feel better, a few additional doses cures completely. Price 50c. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Anyone wanting Fox Fertilizer can get same by seem z W. B. Stg-ma8-2- STOP THE PAINj rtoOUitrRan; M n. Attorneys at Law Offices ChWdren Cry AMPLE Will in Bethurum Bldg. ractioe in all the Courts. O AST O R1A FOR FLETCHER'S mMKtt MHSon Rheumatic Cure C-a'STROP- S- FMX ON REQUEST 8 t. FOR Wildie, Ky. CASXO.RIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S When you have an achev, stretchy feeling and you are dull tired and discouraged it is a sign of approaching malaria or chilR You should act quickly to waid off an attack. HKRBINK offers you T in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- the help you need. ' It destroys jK. ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar the malarial germ, drives out all Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, impurities and makes you feel gp ailments, Thedford's reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. bright, vigorous and cheerful j Price 50c. Sold by John Robins. & If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Brodhead, Ky. jH Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for We are becoming over weary of young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. our war diet, but there really ap jgl pears to be nothing else left upon which to subsist. THEDFORD'S AUGHT 5 S & p g J 5 'ft