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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914091801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 31,.' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. 3llnunl mtmm TjB J , iffc - - .T t runai. 1914 in tho Established 1887 . 1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYPRli)AY SEPT. reason for no 18, NUMBER 47 ' v ' . letter take her place as the mode) town from Livingston. Last week we .., ta o ol the mountains, where the most were in Cincinnati at the time tbo ni!!ilH?H?!!f!?f!!!ssj?!f?????H 5 tt;.Mfitf,???f!J?J!!I?l!?!WJH?l? !!!!t ; j 1.:::? people arc to be found, ts: generous IniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiM writing should havo been done Where the Wtary traveler's"can find and hence our letter was absent rdst. where tho tramp that begs but we have returned now and are f ! from door to door is never turned on the job and ready to give news ! away hungry, where the hick and just as happens. So if Livings it the unfortunate are ulway cared ton in the futurfe is not representfor. Those that aie acquainted ed in tho Signal the Editor will be a. with our little town will vouch' for to blamo and not tho writet, J. every word of this. Mrs. Celia M. Mink is visiting his sister Mrs, . Turpin, after a few dajs'visit with Will Doan of near Crab Orchard rlativfls fit Brodhead arid other Miss Elizabeth Lemohdsis attendtowns has returned homefe;Iugh ing school at London, O. D. Jenkins has moved' hlsffamily Bryant was called home Saturday back to" Livingston from Lebanon to Mt. ,Vernon on account of the , Jet. -- Fred Baker,, excellent-clerkillness of his sister, but later we in ihe Baker & Grifflntpre' jfe, in learned ihe was better and Oscar Mt Vernon this week rbulher was coming back to work. V Mantis will'fnove hi$ fatnilyba'ck to Mt. Vernon and T. 1. Pe.rinlng. Acutk Indigestion ton will move into the property "I was annoyed for over a year H sentaton ? Autumn styles in IlBmKm vacated by Mr. Manus and'Suiu by attacks of acute indigestion, Graves will move into the J5ro(ei-t- y followed by constipation," writes guarantee every Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva.'N. vacated by Mr. Pennington. Y. "I tried everything thatwasJ article to be exact Mrs, L. II. DaVis is visiting rela- recommenced to me for this comly as we represent. tives at Berea this 'week. frows plaint but nothing did much good Hee, hen we say barreached here Monday that- Tom until about foifr mouths ago I saw gains i 8 so. That Chamberlain's Tablets advertised Mullins had been shot by bis nephIllllllllllllllPUIIIillllllllllWIIflilll V L somebody loses money is' and procured a bottle . of them ew, another Mullius, but later wi certain : Sometimes it is from our drugerist. I soon realiz learoed that Mullins was$ot ser- ed that I had gotten the right thq mnrufuctnres, again LI VINUhTON. Hasty twenty-fivyears sinco Mrs. JUfOJIHKAl). iously hurt. Road working is the thing for they helped me at onoet some big retail concern, Mrs. H. L. visited Kentucky, Since taking two bottles of them order of the day in this fociMity. You no doubt have been won- - Tlmrp, and little son, Master and at times we sacrifice Now Mr. Edd we are greatly Hayes left forv. Paris I can eat heartily without any bad doriuR, as well as the renders of Gravely Farris. wore visiting rela- bothered about this war, not that Miss Ethel our profit. Our custom-ers'reaSold by all dealers. Tuesday, to visit her 'sisted, Mrs, effects." . your paper, what became of jour tives the benifit no mathero last week. Mr. and we are going to it as we are not Mrs. Egbert Hayes correspondent from this place, Mrs. Lester Hilton, of Stanford, mad and don't want to fight but Annie Quiun. ter who loses . Arnoy, of Cincinnati, LEYEL UKEEN. therefore I havo this explanation were with her parents, Mr. and they claim that tho war is the and bon, were here Saturday and tnuday to offer. In tho lirst place I wish Mrs. J. R. Cass, the first of the cause of the necessaries of life family of Mr. J. B. Prof. Brady and his little to sav that I was, to somo extent, week. J. H. Jarrett left Monday! going up. Sugar has gone to ten visiting the Hajes. Mis. Geo. Pope has pur- daughter, of Tennessee, gave a connected with tho fair that was for Durango, Colo., where no will conts'a pound, but just wait until " property near the Ma musical entertainment at Chapel pulled off hero somo four or five likely mako his home. Mrs. Jar- old sorghum molasses comos in chased the sonic .building, of John JIulHns, last Saturday night which was en if weeks ago, and since that time rett has been in Durango with hea and wo will put a quietness on Pricopaid $750.- - Misses Grace joyed very much by all present. have beon assisting thjgpecictary daughrer for the rnist several sugar. Now they .are talking of and Lena Owens have returned Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Todd returnfind months. and other ofticers endeavor to Mrs J W. Proctor is putting moro tax on our Green- from a few days visit to their Bernstadt Sunday ed to East many people at- quiio sick, and hor recovery is ville out exactly how tobacco and now the ten cent cousiu, Miss Docla Well8(of working considered very doubtful. Alleu after several days visit with relatended the fair. After plugs are so thin that you can -- Ere tho Christmas bells tives here. Mr P. Mullins s day und tiifjht for several weeks Hiatt, of Quull, was in town, Wed- read the Constitution thru them shall wring. ' Wo believe there very sick at this J. writing. H. D. the conclusion nesday. Tho Kockcustle Milling and steak, beof steak, never4 was we at last came to we'ddings in our little that it was useless to further h Co. is about ready to start theiu so high sinco the cow jumped will be four drill thirikiifr advis- - Burnett of Lynn Camp spent the t.nmn hiit we 't Investigation as it wus found tha vn punt. Tne buildings are over the noqu,. L. H. Rice, of able to give names so elariP, yet latter part of lust week with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hatcher. Several machin-yi- PuriY. iBvisitincr home folks' this tlie ticket sejler ragout of. ticket? inplote npd ... . ' put ... .I..,1JC if. S&TSmohere attended tho Baptist we JV seclmduy? that the people sroperpftico 'week. WortdorMvliaTTnttlresroun said to be in the MrsV lP. Ouiary.S.has.' lfrmied AisociAtion"at Freedom last week, were so anxious to get thru tue $ndonly a lew connections aro to old friend James Sims visit from a few days visit withjelativesj 6. J. Mullins was in, Somerset to secure, he made, and everything will be in guto.that he bud no time so much? '.Just wait and nt Toll co Tenth TonnEOar ot one day last week. ' Ho is treated .iio h"Za tinltcts from the gate ruuuinesH. vyjrcat is comiuy in we ' will investigate. Quite a Carico is attending tho Stato fair by a specialist there and is rapidm keepers, and -- had given orders "o daily, and it seems that there will nltmbor from this place are visitli Sensational Bargains in or without tho pass be no scarcity of it. We predict a ing tho Stato fair. Well wo don't this week. Mat Woodall who ly improving. Wm. H. Brown admit All with his a good posittoh with the L. & sold James Blantou a span of S3., know is the peo- successful future for this great want to go, Mt. Vernon's m word, so all-fairis N. R. R. Co. at Knoxville, is with Shoe 't Clothing, Dry-Good-s, joung mules for $150. Mr. aud The sevontcen flour mill. The Rev.'A. J. Pike good enough for us. W. H. ple were here. relatives here, Miss Cleo Pen- Mrs. H. C.' Jones of Irvine, are acres ve had provided, thinking is holding a series of meetings at Kruoger is treating his property nington has returned irotn London with his parent here for a few this was ample space for Kentucky the Oak Hill Baptist Church, to a new coat of paint.- - J". A, whore she has beon visiting her days. Dr. G. B. Lawreuce was Hats, Hardware and day at tho State Fair, was filled by tho Rev. D. Edgar Childress was in Crab Orcliard fathur, Mr. Sam Pennington. Mt. Vernon last Saturday. in bo full that there was not room Allen. - Miss Gorlrude Roberts Tuesday. Clyde Clancy has Mr. U. G. Baker the prince of Mrs. D. It. Goutry visited relatives for a crosseyed man to " bat his who has been sick so long is re- moved his family herefrom Paris. merchants was here from Mt. at Quail last Sunday. Smith Just received a new car of j eye." The .iuvestigatiqn shows ported gradually improving Wonder what has become o! the Old Reliable, best of all fair with all Uncle Alex Tyree. Jjhn H. Wil- Brodhead corresponded Has lie Vernon Tuesday. A full blooded Weaver of Clarence, spent Saturconclusively that the Indian gave a lecture hero- on the day night and Sunday with Mr. being the liams and A., Sutton are among she had to undergo, J. been to Cincinnati to? Aud Old street Tuesday night. The Rey. American Fence first attempt under tho new name, tho distinguished carpenters that Level Green, the garden spot of E. K. Pike preached a,t the Chris and Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Misses Ola and Kate DeBord were in Mt. kinds of opposition, aro wfrking for the Rockcastle the world in our estimation is sifacing all at lower prices than ever tian church Tuesday night. He Sunday. W. .P. Burnett lalso reports and numerous set- Milling Co. sold for in Rockcastle John Riddle, the lent that place that is ever sweet is moving his family to Falmouth, Vernon of Somerset was thru here backs, made good and has somo mill man from Walnut Grove, was to our memory where "S2 County. Now ia the time we5 spent and agreed to hold services here Wednesday calling on 'the mer s to.spare. 'It will be remembered in town during the week. Mr. our boyhood days, tho place where to buy your Fonce. night. A large crowd chants and stayed over night with that the first and third days were and Mrs. C. C. Howell were the we took our first lesson in old on that -came out to hear him and ho is a his sister, Mrs. Wm. H. Brown.- -- ZSZ5iZSBSZSwBS: S25SH1 t& , anything but "fair" days, but we guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert blue back, tho place where we splendid speaker. J. E. Woodall J. W. Mullins of Livingston, was days Parigin, of near Crab Orchard, all now realize that had these spent the better part of our live's the hustling salesman of London, Wednesday to see his father been as favorable as tho second wo Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Pilkonton and where sleeps our old school was in our town Tuesday. Chas. here sick. Miss who remains very busy until this was in Louisvillo during the week, would have been master and several of our plav counting our money. and attended tho State Fair. W. mates, but things are changed and Rice who was hurt a few days ago Fanny McKmney is spending the good hour to come week with her sister, Mrs. W. L. will be able After concluding the investigation L. King, one of Rockcastle's best not what they once wern,. No in a wreck in a few days. Walter DeBord at Somerset. Simon I wailed u few days to see if you farmers, living near Gum Sul wonder we repeat the solemn homo Browning has entered .scliool at Jones has entered school at Berea. going to say anything, ex- phur, was in town Wednesday. were words, backward, turn backward, Argen-brigh- t . . . McMullins is very sick of cept repeat what I had said, about R. S faluvel and. B. A. XaUon, who oh time in your flight make me a Stanford. Mrs, Oscar who has been very sick for typhoid lever. Mr. and Mrs. A. having a big fair at Brodhead, and recently formed a partnership in child again, just for Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, a few days is greatly improved. are Cummins of Mt. V6rnou, now 1 am ready to report the lat the business, finished For the last few weeks failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. it looks Mrs. Pat Cook and sister, Miss with friends .and relatives here cBt happenings. foot well for Doug. Hke Livingston was about to get a We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of of Richmond aro this week. Charley Hasty has Dr. and M rs. W. F. Carter wore Brown on what used to be Uncle back in the old rut that she was Georgia Woods Men's, Ladies', Boys', Missos and Children's Shoes and Visiting their mother,. Mrs. James returned from Osborne, Kansas, visitors at tho Stato Fair, Thurs- Bill Roberts' farm, near Gum Sul - once in and it grieves us to think Oxfords that come from the best manufacturers in the placo.-J.- -B. Jones aftkrSQyerai raontbs stay. There day. J, W. Tate was in Louisville phur, and left him with forty feet that we bad such a quiet little Woods of this We pro- AT OUR OWN WUOE. whole country w.m leave in a will be a qonvention at Burnotte's the first of the week to witness of good cold water, and thev claim town, 'just only a few weeks aco and Jack Carpenter to allow onr customers to reap' the benefits of this pose . few days for Blootnington, III., for Chapel next Sunday. There will Colonels defeat thet to strike only the best water in all' but in the last few weeks, the de-- ' remarkable purchase. a few days visit J. S Caloway bo exorcises all day. Every one Mrs. C. F. Watson and nophew, Wells drilled, and aro attempting pot has been broken into, two " ' , ' Frank Reynolds, are visiting rela- to prove that by one J R. Cass.J stores have been broken into, aud wa? iu Cincinnati one day last Invited. shall turn them loose for spot cash 'only week to consult a specialist. J. B near Lancaster this week. tives who naa a wen anuea oy tnem a 0no dwelling house been robbed. Asher A' Candidate W. H. Sowder recently purchased few days ago. If you want that There is some one or some parties Donally after spending a lew days For State' Senator. Our prices all through our big line will open your oyes Knoxville has returned home. the property whore his store is kind of water, see them. We know BARGAINS guilty of all this and they should in We aie practical Ketail men.. Alvin Reynolds has beun the Hon. E. G. Asher who repre. located from Mrs. Linda Beutou be caught anddelt with according are what you want and, By George, we are going to see cottage on the sented tho 93rd Legislative Dist'. ' for $560'. "Ho has taken off tho to the law. We were thinking erection of a now HOW'S THIS? that you get 'em . was burned (.composed of Bell, Harlan, teslie, . second story and is extending the that we had the best little town in ground where his other Wo offer One Hunderd Dollars in Stanford and Perrv counties) in the lowor building some twenty feet and BUSY. the mountains but we will take it J. H. Brovyning was add much to Reward for any case of Catarrh asked several house of the general Assembly of We wore Monday. when completed will that caunot be cured by Hall's back now and hopethct iu the near days our Kentucky in they ar H12, was convenience of the building as a Catarrh Cure. futuro that Livingston can again time in ''the last lew A sovero storm sevhere this week and stated" that ho F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. store room. ? ! t 1 in r.:::r have Wo, the" undersigned, years ago move'd this building would bo a candidate for thu Re- ststti? eral 5!" Cheney for the last nomination for State publican nearly off the foundation, and left known F. J. is years, and believe him perfect- Senator in the primary next Au badly out of line,i and for ' ly honorable in all business tbo wal.s V V3a found it '., gust, from tho 17th Senatorial Dis- that reason'Mr. nnr. nn1 fi:nniii nhu tne secona ry out any obligations made by necessary to remove jtrict, composed of Btll, Knox, Born to the wife of Odis his firm. 6tor"y Whitley, Laurel, Jackson, NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE, McCreaty Pulaski and Frith, a fine baby, a few4days ago. Toledo,-- 0. E. Evans and childstated that his Mrs. John counties. He taken inHall's Catarrh ren, of Lexiugton, are with her ternally, actingCure Js upon the formal announcement would be directly "ALL THE NEWf THINGS ALL THC TIME." Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike, blood and mucous surfaces of the parents, made soon after the first of the year i9is. Asher was reiognized .Mrs. R. E. Albright has beei system. Testimonials sent free. 0 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sola by j as one of tbi leading Republicans "W Stand By What You Buy. in the nn hfi floor of the House H. L. Tharp, at function City, all Druggists. Family Fills tor Take Hall's had He has recently Mr. and Mrs. JJames constipation, Session of i9i2. 1 1 1 Signal Bargains That are Unusual $?. and Extraordinary WE w I :Hunlf I W - it e p 1 We cannot too strongly Cin-cluiiat- i. forthe saving of money. Oiiir emphasize the opportunities here presented tnost-ofUh- e s ' I .m I prices average 25 to 50 per cent Llv-lugst- BBKW ItBGOOEfePRICaS' 1 tiff we Groceries, d Furniture - i , t.v'V'y''y' SPECIAL -- - I r-- Hill Bargains n Shoes t. - well-drillin- sixty-seve- n Beat-cats- '' We GET !:::::!!!!:::!::::!!::!5:!:!s:::!tttt55!5:!!:::::::s NOW 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tit:t::i:iiiii!iihntiti trans-Sowde- r Safety First ttocic-castl- See Fish's Line Before YoaBuy SWANN HATS : BATES SHOES tip :. BAKER "Rockcastle's Biggest a Store 1 Hasty; of Maryville, Mo., and Mrs. George Prewltt, of Liberty, Ky., are with relatives here this week. Mrs. Hasty and Mrs. Pre wit t are elsters-oMis. J. A. Farris and C. C Debord. "It has been some f CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR V Th Bright Spot In Mt. Vernon many years of experience on the sthtnp as a public speaker tor his party. He is an aggrossivo emu Ziiimmmmm oaicner und wifT have stroug backing for the nomination MH J I '.:iI!l.XIIiff $552855! . 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 n . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : i 1 11 1 1 i 1 H . , HimtS!Sl' a . V Q iL3MJ&S., . .ft- -. . r.V4M -- ma" li i Published Every Friday ,WillpWlIii MT. VERNON, R0CKOA5TLE 311111 - ijC"' 18, ' " jf-- - "'; Established 1887 aja . . VOLUME XXVII. COUNTY, KYPBli)AY SEPT. 1914 i NUMBER 47 rnilllll!llllllllll!lll!illllll!ll!!lill!llilllM HtiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiwiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnisHiiiiuiiiii M L 1 V 1 N 0 s T O N. years sinco Mrs. Hasty Mrs. H. L. Kentucky, Jtyti ' You no doubt have been won- Tharp, and iittle son, Master Now Mr. Edd we, are groatly readers of Gravely Farris. were visiting rela- dering, as well as the bothered about this war, not that your paper, what became of jour tives hero last week. Mr. and we are erointr to itns wn nrp ,mt correspondent from this place, Mrs. Lester Hilton, of Stanford, mad and don't want to fight but therefore I havo this explanation were with hor parents, Mr. and they claim that- - tho war is the v- to offer. In the lirst place I wish Mrs. J. R. Cass, the first of the cause of the necessaries of life to sav that I was, to some extent, week. J. H. Jarrett left Monday! going up. Sugar has gone to ten connected with tho fair that was for Durango, Colo., whore no will contsa pound, but just wait until pulled off hero somo four or five likely make his home. Mrs. Jar- old sorghum molasses comas iu n weeks ago, and since that time rett has been in Durango with hea snd wo will put a quietness on Lave boon assisting thjflpecictary daughrer for the pjist several sugar. Now they are talking of and other oflicers endeavor to find months. Mrs J W. Proctor is putting moro tax ou our Greenout exactly how many people at- quite sick, and hor recovery is ville tobacco and now the ten cent tended the fair. After working considered very doubtful. Allen plugs are so thin that you can day and night for several weeks Hiatt, of Quail, was in town, Wed read tho Constitution thru thein wo at last came to the conclusion nesday. Tho KockcitStle Milling and steak, beef steak, never was that it was useless to further .i Co. is about ready to start their so high sinco the . cow jumped investigation as it was found thatf ,ft ew plant. The buildings lire over the jnoou,. -- L. H. Rice, of the ticket sojler ragout of,- tickets oihulote imd most-o- the machin- - Parity isvjsltiug bonfe folks this amjiere.attended the Bapti1st jvejviU the secJind tlayT tliae the- ifcopl Jpy'is safd to beinJwjiSroperpluce J.yP. Oma'ryiLha.V-Tfrhrnert- . AWiatkVat Freedom last weel , were so anxious to get thru the aim oniy a icw cuimecuunrt uru uj old friend James Sims visit Llv. Mrs .11. ;.t. ,Ii.ri i ( zewaays visu wiinjciauvca tsV .,. Mullius was in Somerset U. gutOfthat he.bad no time to secure he made, and everything will be in ings'ton so much? iust wait and Irom a of one day last week. Ho is treated atjolllco Tenn. JoKipSaV" gateruadiness. Ayiieat Is coming in wc ' will investigate, Quito a the used tickets from the given orders to dailv, and it seems that thero will number from this place are visit- - Carico is attending tho State fair by a specialist there and is rapidkeepers, and had who ly improving. VVm. H. Brown this week". Mat Woodall Sensational Bargains in admit all with or without tho pass be of it. We predict a ing tho State fair. Well we don 't a good position with the L. & sold James Blanton a span of o know is the peo-pl- successful future for this great want to go, Mt. Vernon's fairis Ins word, so N. R. R. Co. at KnoxviUe, is wjth mules for $150. Mr. "and Shoe 't The seventeen flour mill. The Rev.'A. J. Pike good enough for us, W. were here. H. relatives hero, Miss Cleo Pen- joung C.1 Jones of Irvine, are Mrs. H. vve had provided, thinking is holding a series of meetings at Kruoger is treatfng his acres property nington has returned trom London Goods, with his parent here for a few Baptist Church, as- to a new coat of paint.- - J. A, this was ample space for Kentucky the sho has been visiting her days. Dr. G. B. Lawrence was Vrt day at tho State Fair, was filled sisted by tho Rev. D. Edgar Childress was in Crab Orcliard whore fathor, Mr. Sara Pennington. in Mt. Vernon last Saturday. full that there was not' room Allen. Miss Gertrude Roberts Tuesday. bo Clyde , Clancy has prince of Mrs. D. II. Gentry visited relatives man to " bat his who has been sick so long is re- moved bis family herefrom Paris. Mr. U, G. . Baker the 1 for a cross-eyefrom Mt. at Quail last Sunday. Smith merchants was here Just received a new car of .eye." The .investigation shows ported gradually improving Wonder what has become oJ tho Old Reliable, best of all fair with all Uncle Alex Tyree. Jjhn H. Wil- Brodhead correspondor? Has he Vernon Tuesday. A full blooded Weaver of Clarence, speut Saturconclusively that tho hero- on the day night and Sunday witu Mr. uudergo, being the liams and A.,J. Sutton are among been to Cincinnati to? Aud Old Indian gave a lecture phe had to street Tuesday night. The Rey. and Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Misses Fence first attempt under tho new name, the distinguished carpenters that Level Green, the garden spot of preached at tho Chris Ola and Kate DeBord were in Mt. kinds of opposition, are wfrking for the Rockcastle the world in our estimation is si- E. K. Pike facing all at lower prices than ever tian church Tuesday night. He Sunday. W. .P. Burnett lalso reports and numerous set- Milling Co. sold for in Rockcastle John Riddle, the lent that place that is ever sweet is moving his family to Falmouth, "Vernon of Somerset was thru here backs, made good and lias somo mill man from Walnut Grove, was to our memory where we spent County. Now is the time and agreed to hold services here Wednesday calling on the mer will be remembered in town during the week. Mr. to.spare. to buy your Fonce. our boyhood days, tho place where on that night. A large crowd chants and stayed over night with that the first and third days were and Mrs. C. C. Howell wore the we took our first lesson in old w cwniri orinrL ill came out to hear him and ho is a his sister, Mrs. Wm. H. Brown.-- J. we '"'T"""'-J"- ' 5tf IiQiiJ U: , anything but "fair" days, but guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert blue back, the place where wo splendid speaker. J. E. Woodall W. Mullins of Livingston, was all now realize that had these days Parigin, of near Crab Orchard, spent the better part of our live's the hustling salesniau of London, here Wednesday to see his father second wo Sunday. been as favorable as the Mrs. J. L. Pilkonton and where sleeps our old school was in our towu Tuesday. Chas. sick. Miss who remuins very would have been busy until this was in Louisville during the week, master aod several .of our play counting our money. and attended tho State Fair. W. mates, but things are changed and Rice who was hurt a few days ago Fauny McKmney is sponding the good hour be able to come week with her sister, Mrs. W. L. a After concluding the investigation L. King, one of Rockcastle's best not what they once wern.. No iu wreck will in a few days. Walter DeBord at Somerset. Simon I wailed a few days to see if you farmors, living near Gum Sul- wonder we repeat the solemn homo Browning has entered ;school at Jonos has entered school at Berea. going to say anything, ex- phur, was in toWn Wednesday. were words, backward, turn backward, Argen- Mrs, Oscar r Hill McMullins is very sick of cept repeat what I had said, about R. S Shivol and B. A.Yadon, who oh timo iu your flight make me a Stanford. bright who has been very sick for typhoid lever.- - Mr. aud Mrs. A having a big fair at Brodhead, and recently formed a partnership in child again, just for -Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, a few days is greatly improved. aro Oummins of Mt. V6mon, now I am ready to report tho lat the business, finished For the last few weeks failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. it looks Mrs. Pat Cook and , sister, Miss here with friends .and relatives C6t happenings. foot well for Doug, like Livingston was about to get We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of a Richrfiqnd aro tills week. Charley Hasty has and M rs. W. F. Carter wore Brown on what used to be Uncle back in the old rut that she was Georgia Woods of Men's, Ladies', Boys', Missos' and Children's Shoes and Visiting their mother,, Mrs... James returned from Osborne, Kansas, visitors at tho State Fair, Thurs- Bill Roberts farm, near Gum Sul- - 'once in and it grieves us to think Oxfords that come from the best manufacturers in the place, J.-Jones after several months re day. J, W. Tate was in Louisville phur, and left him with forty feet that we had such a quiet little Woods of this We pro- AT OUR OWN tlUOE. whole country leave, in a will be a qonveution at, Burnotte's the first of the week to witness of good cold water, and they claim town, 'just only a few weeks aco and Jack Carpenter w.ul to. allow our customers to reap' the benefits of this pose few days for Bloomington, III., for Chapel next Sunday. There will . Colonels defeat the? to strike only the best water in all "but in the last few veeks, the deremarkable purchase. Caloway be exo.rcises all day. Every ono a fow days visit J. Mrs. C. F. Watson, and nephew, Wells drilled, and are attempting pot has been broken into, two ' cash 'only loose for shall Frank Reynolds, are visiting rela- to prove that by one J R. Cass.J stores have been broken into, aud was hi Cincinnati one day last invtfed. W B week to consult a specialist J. ' " near Lancaster this week. tives who Had a well drilled by them a one dwelling, house been robbed. Asher A' Candidate W; H. Sowder recently purchased few days ago. If you want that There is some one or some parties Donally af tor spending a few days Our prices all through our big lino will open your eyes. For State Senator. Knoxville had returned homo. the property where his storo is kind of water, see them. Euilty of all this and they should in We know BARGAINS We aie practical Retail men. Alvin Reynolds has begun the Hon. E. G. Asher who reprelocated from Mrs. Linda Bentou be caught and delt with according are what you want and, By George, we are going to seo cottage on the sented tho 93rd Legislative Dist. for $500! "'Ho has taken of! tho to the law. We wore HOW'S THIS? thinking erection of ,u now that you get 'em. extending the of Bell, Harlan, Leslie, . second story and is. that we had tho best little town iu ground where his other was burned (composed Wo offer One Hunderd Dollars Browning was in Stanford and Perrv counties) in the lower building some twenty feet and the mountains but we will take it J. H. add much to Reward for any case of Catarrh Wo were asked several house of the Qeneral Assembly of when completed will that cannot be curod by Hall's back now and hopetlid iu the near Monday. of ,tlie building as a lew days our Kentucky in they ar 1912, was convenience Catarrh Cure. futuro that Livingston can again time in ''the last zll!! storm sevhere this week and stated' that ho !!tl! ! I I store room. Asevero F. J. Chenbv & Co., Toledo, 0. have Wo, the" undersigned, would bo a candidato for thh c eral vears ago moved this building nomination for .State nearly off the foundation, and left known F. J. Cheney for the last15 years, and believe him perfectSenator in the primary next Autho wal.s badly out of line, aud for gust, from tho 17th Senatorial Disthat reason'Mr. Sowder found it uctionsand fiinancially able to remove the second ry out any obligations made by to trict, composed of Bell, Knox, Born to the wife of Odis his firm. stoi'y Whitley, Laurel, Jackson. Rock-NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE, baby, a few,days ago. Frith, a fine castle, Pulaski and McCreary Toledo.-O- . E. Evans and childrnimtios. He stated that his Mrs. John Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inof Lexington, are with her ternally, acting directly upon the ren, formal announcement would be It. "ALL THE NEW? THINGS ALL THE TIME." a Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Pike, blood and mucous surfaces of the parents, made soon after the first, of the : . R. E. Albright hus beei system. Testimonials sent free- year i9i5. Asher was recognized Mrs. 0 as one of thi leading Republicans with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sola by ( . "Wa Stand By What You Buy." in the n.. ttia flnnr nf the House H. L. Tharp, at Junction City, all Druggists. tor Take Hall's Family fills He has had Mr. and Mrs. JJames constipation, recently Session of i9i2. Mrs. many years of experience on the Hasty;of Maryville,Moand . stprap as a public speaker tor his George Prewitf, of Liberty, Ky., ! partv. He is an aggressive cam-- : are with Yelatives here this week. vT. Vvf! have strong ' Prewitt are Mrs. Ilasty and Mrs. paigner and FOR FLETCHER'S Tha Bright Bpot In Mt. Varnon 9 ?ff 31! HI backing for the nomination elsterstrf Mrs. J. A. Farris and C. A. C Debord. "It has been some JJUODIIKAD. twenty-fiv- e visited f , Where the Wtavy traveler's'can and hence our letter was absent rest, where tho" tramp that begs hut we have returned now and are from door to door is never turned on the job and ready to give news away hungry, whero the sick and just as happens. So if Livingsit the unfortunate are always da,rd ton in the future is not representfor. Those that ate acquain'ttd ed in tho Signal the Editor will be with our little town will vouch.i'or to blame and not tho writei, J. every word of this. Mr. Gelia M. Mink is visiting his sister Mrs, Turpin, after a few daysvisit (vilh Will Doan ot near Crab Orchard relatives at Brodhead arid other Miss Elizabeth Lemohdsis attendtowns has. returned houiflrpugh ing school at London, O. D. Jenkins has' moved lii'sjfaraily Bryant was called home Saturday back to" Livingston from Lebanon to Mt. Vernon on account of the Jet. -- Fred Baker,, oxcellonjrcrerk, illness of his sister, but later we In in the Baker & Gvfiittyrh! learned she was better and Oscar Mt. Verrnm this was coming back to work. Manlis will'uiove hi; familyback i , to Mt. Vernon and T. J. PedWug-toAcutk Indigestion will move into the property "I was annoyed for over a year vacated by Mr.Manus and.Sain by attacks of acute indigestion, Graves will move into theijo'ftei followed by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J, Gallagher, Geneva, ;N. ty vacated by Mr. Pennington. Y. "I tried everything that was J Mrs, L. H. DaVis is visiting recommenced to me for this comat Berea this plaint but nothing did much good reached here Monday thaV Tom until about foifr months ago I saw Mullius had been shot by bis' neph- Chamberlain's Tablets advertised procured a bottle of them. ew, another Mullius, but later wi and from our druggist. I soon realiz serlearned that Mullinswasyrjo.t 'ed that I had gotten the right iously hurt. Road working is the thing for they helped me at ouoet Since taking two bottles of them order of the day in this fdcjUjty. for;, Paris I can ent heartily without any bad Miss Ethel Hayes left Tuesday,to visither 'sister, Mra, effects." Sold by all dealers. Annie Quiun. Mrs. Egbert" Hayes iEVEL UKEEN. aud.son, Arnoy, of Cincinnati, were here Saturday andf i&nuday visiting the family of Mr. J. B. Prof. Brady and his little' Hayes. Mis. Geo. Pope has pur- daughter, of Tennessee, gave a chased the property near tlio Ma musical entertainment at Uhapel i sonic .building, of John Mullius, last Saturday night which was edPrico paid 780- .- Mrsse Grace Joyed very much by all present. and Loua Owens havo returned Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Todd returnfrom a few days visit r to their ed to Bast Bernstadt Sunday cousiu, Miss Docla Wells. Of after several days visit with rela-Ere the Christmas bells, tives here. Mr J. P. Mullius kis We believe there very sick at this writing. H. D. shall wring. will be four weddings 111 ,our little Burnett of Lynn Camp spent the town, but we don't thirilidt' advis latter part of lust week with Mr. able to give. uames so eijly, yet and Mrs. O. L,. Hatcher. Several weok-T-rbulb-: 1( reason for no letter in the Signal take her place, as the niouej towii from Livingston, Last week we oi thfi mountains, where the most Were in Cincinnati at the time the generous, people are to be found, writing should havo been done find - Bargains That are Unusual $?. and Extraordinary 1'iiarantee every WE article to be exact u - ' ,'i - n - tf- "rfcla-tlv- es week-T-Now- s ly as we represent. Heve, u hen we say bargains is so. That somebody loses money is' certain : Sometimes it is the, manufactures, again somo big retail concern, and at times we sacrifice our profit. Our custom-era'reathe benifit no loses . it -3 p mat-ter'wh- o i' - -- 1 We cannot too strongly mkarl-rh r I Cin-ciutiat- i. fouthe saving of .money. put.sougj2feterj3 prices average 0r to 50 per cent 25 ifiBGtJLAPRICES Clothing, Dry ,S T 'BECOW I ali-w- o Groceries, Oak-Hil- l Hats, Hardware and - d 1 Furniture . - American It - i'CJ"1 .! SPECIAL Bargains n Shoes turn them spot t. well-drillin- tr. sixty-seve- n stay.-rThe- . . Beai-cats- -' S".-- 1 -- Br- -- We NOW GET BUSY. !:!!:!!:::!MM!!!!!l!ll!!!ti!tttl im.'!!'! car-nxuer- u Safety First U. G. 1 . See Fish's Line Before YouBuy SWANN HATS : BATES SHOES BAKER Children Ory CASTOR! "Rockcastle's Biggest b Store ... ...!. ff:itkiii2:izz22zii& Hil:;;:i:s;:;s;i:;;iii::s;s$Musssss t ,.- -. -- " . u " ( -- ' "V ' - f MT - VthlNUlN Friday, ...!.-- ., nuuiiiui item ol the Tho revival service goes steadJwiejpq cost of bad roads to l,4ie farmer, ily on. aio tlM which is often overloaded, is that The spectacle of beholding man SAYS VON KLUCK by Published every Friday must liuul his "products lie to and womar responding to tho EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, markets when the roads are not in earnest pleading of Brother MilHAS SURRENDERED their best condition with littlo re- ler ceases to be sensational. The $I.OO gard ns to whether rBSCRIPTION ONB YkXk prices i 4 are gospel as preached by him is do- hauling at1 ling what he believes it will do. favorable or whether Advertising rates made known on that time intorferes with work on llo knows it will save souls Tho DispatchFrdnTDieppo Says GerBest Money Mnlter in tho mans Lost. Many Men and the farm, With good road' he gospel is the power of God unto application WorM for Farmers, Gram can not only haul heavier loads in s lvbtion, now and forever. In Men and Engine Owners . Much War Material. r . shorter time but, except as to per- this faith ho preached to the tent Xl ATnlrnn nnnov an fnst that MKMBBR OF there'll ho no more idlo days '3&$; ASSOCIATION ishable comuioditios, he can mar- audiences, which sometimes crowd KENTUCKY PRE3S wnll'vn lint In tills ITpnte.lt ket his products when prices are the seating capacity. People are CROWN PRINCE IS REPULSED tiffin flnnr mill nvcr huilt. Makes hiirh as 60 bbls. finest flour a day. Doyour own miHinrr mill for everybody around most favorable and can do his haul interested and responsive. :.you. They all use flour. And with.thls wonderful littlo is most convenient ing when it The splendid choir of young Teuton Forced Back In Attempt to V7W THAI? and even when the ground is too people are an iuspiration to minisBreak Throuoh Line of Allies Bewot for work in the field. tween Verdun and Toul KaisROLLER FLOUR MILl ter and audience, and tho clear er's ftorc Rally and Fight "The manifold advantages of mingling of childlike voices in You cn quickly build up n biff paying flour trade Hgbt In your own conu an improved highway in reducing songs of praise must be a delight nventor.Tattonall. Anuarantecd iucccm that'i rovolutlonliol thmlU- London, England, Sept. 16. The ocIns Imilncis. A completo roller flour mill In one small caie, reqi DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the cost of drayage, facilitating to angelic choirs, and a respon cupation of Kelms'by tho allied troops only ono man and little power to mako For U. S. Spnator I.onj? Term was announced'bv tho official Dross bu- social intercourse, promoting sive anthem of praise we may imA. Barrel ol Better Flour Cheaper" Ireau' here: J. C, W. Beckham, of Frankfort. school and church attendance, agine ascends to a throne of grace. mucb chrautr than tha lanceat mllli. Grind ryo and buck". For U. S. Senator Short Term WBeai. loo. Any one can operate iv. expediting rural mail delivery, in Suffer little children to come unto London, Sept 16. A Reutor disJ. M. Camden, of Versailles. $,tf No Prarlous Mllllnl Exparitnee Nacaaaarr forbid them not, for of patch from Ostend say tha 20,000 creasing the value of farm lands, Me and For Congress Gota Mldcef'on 30daya tria- lGormahshye evacuated Alost in ormoney DacK. sruaranie. Nat It. Sewell, of London. and promoting agricultural devel such is the kingdom of heaven, is der lo je-o- force the German force You va nothing to rlk butmucn to beautifully illustrated in child that" are fighting vicinity. vain. The Democratic State Campaign opment back from the railroads Monday are so great that they need but to song and child life. will open at Souien-eLondon, Sept. 16. Hard fighting beAs was stated last week Mt. Seal fir Tlii Tree Bk Sept. 28th. Fjr tho first time in be enumerated to present a con tween tho. Gorman and tho allies is vincing argument in favor of Vernon has not had the opportun In progress north of- the River Alsne, Theatorrof the history of the state a Demo,il rinur Mill" tallina- ity now offered for the saving of nd all.along tha line. rjad improvement. what othara are dolno- with cratic state campaign . will be It and what you, youraeu. The; army tho "Since several years ago when souls and a forward movement in prlncof,maklng of up Qerman crown can do. opened in the Kleveuth District. cenWILL the Southern Railway Company, christian activity. Now life, new ter, boa; been driven tho German CO., Inc. The Democrats of Pulaski county farther back. 0maiktra.lT. 517TrutlUf. The, are making; extensive preparation in conjunction with the U S. Ag courage, renewed hope, and a taking .allies have occupied Rbelms, 600 prisoner and capturing 12 By FREDERICK WERNER. will be a ricultural Department and State brighter vision of tho possibilities gun. for the eve it. There M of united effon among ourpeople. This- - official Information was given biff free barbecue and dinner at and local authorities, operated Drive French From Alsace. Lives there a man," outitoA Xy the' government press Berlin, via Copenhagen, Sept, 16. the Fair Grounds. Tho speakers over its lines a good roads train, , bureau. With soul so dead, It was officially announced hero will include, ex Governor J. C. V carrying machinery and lecturers, 8ay Von kluck Hm Surrendered. that General von Ileorlngen, taking I' nominee and building at contral points ob Who never to himself hath' said Beckham, Democratic London, Sept. 16. A Central New YOURSELF- has driven the 1 This is my own, my native-to- wn, disptach from Ploppe, France, ays: tho offensive In Alsace,region, forcing roads, there has been French out of that for tfnitPd States Senator, (Long From Dirt, Dint and Drudgery my home my people, my "Report have' reached here that the them westward through tho passes of Term) Johnson N. Camden, Dem very substantial progress in the allies' extreme left, after making an the Vosges. by Fighting Is still going Otmg ocratic nominee for United Slate? good roads movement turnout the brother n in the Lord, whom I encircling movement by way ot Roys on northwest of Altklrch, north of whom we want saved? It and Ham. joined force with troops Senator (Short Term) lion. Rolin South. This was accelerated in and around Glromagiiy. lgll by the operation of another is the homo of our church, tho from behtad. Cologne and compelled It is learned that, after the surrendHurt, Democ.alic nominee for to, purrender. Ac er of Longwy, tho German crown place or places where we meet to .General voaJClukreport, Combination Pneumatic Sweeper Judtje of the Ctiurt of Appeals, good roads train in cording to on General von prince had an Intorvlew with tin Releite from broom drudVerr from the itralaoJ s Hon. Nat Sewell, Democratic with the U. S. Department of Ag , worship. Are we not enlisted in Kluk lost 14,000 men; according to an- French commander, during which th and lilting furniture and Ran the rfinmirinl iratlnina' other 26,006 men. Both nominee for Congress, Senator riculture and the American High tho army of the Lord? Are we many guns and much warsay he lost latter tendered his sword In token of 'iiuy of du ""J germi that are raited by the ute'ol tha broom material." defeat. Tho crown prince wns furious and the old faihioncd carpet iweeper, can be attained by 3ijfj(fiZ'Xii Ollio M. James, Governor ames way Association. The interest of not commanded. To go into all tho but he had been Informed that tht i theuteol the Uunt.ty (.ombmatioa raiumilie world and preach the good news By FRANKLIN P. MERRICK. B. McCreary and A. O. Stanley the Southern people in good roads French had used dumdum bullets J(l Sweeper, which, although eanly operated by hand, contrary to the rules of war. Ills face 'fl create powet(uliuctioo force which drawt out ail the dirt and ethers. Prominent Democrats has been thoroughly aroused and to every creature ? Crown Prince ana uuw rouna in Tour nigt anaijarpctt ana M UM taroe Repulsed. was flushed with wrath as he grasped We are beginning in Mt. Ver from all sections of Kentucky will in many localities tho country time the revolving truth pick Pall list, pin, thread, Pari, Sept 16. The center of the the sword and, contrary to all military raveling!, etc attend. Ten thousand people are highways have been highly im- non to preach, teach, individually. German army, composed of the forces custom, broke It over his knee. THE wJrriET SWEEKIS are made in three wee and told proved and are being adequately Our lives ought to be a sermon; under the crown prince, has token 'the "I must' take your sword but you expected. A band of twenty one under a rigid guarantee lorooevear. You aur try a Dual, everyday. Every one who has offensive agalntt the French troops, fought us dishonorably," said tho Ger, Jurn-is- h maintained. ley h your own hooM lot 10 dtyt From of Chart. pieces has been engaged to, stretched along the Mouse betweon man commander angrily. "Your "1 think it is fortunate for the named the name of tho Lord, Verdun and Toul in an effort to break music all day Every DemoPot more detailed Information write TOOiY used dumdum bullets against , has crat that can do so should attend South that the American Road these who have taken his name through, but was been repulsed. an This us." offiInformation convoyed in The French commander denied thnt from this county. A famous bur- Congress of 1914 is to be held, in upon them, who have accepted cial statements- his troops had used bullets, goo master has been engaged to Atlanta. This wjll unquestiouab him as their savior may teach, DunUey'Pneurv.atic Swccptr Ci Tha evident intention ,of the crown but tho Gorman soldiers are repqrted ly be one of tho most important and in living a life of consistent prlnco la to pierce tho French lines to have found some of these bulletB 650VS. Slate Street CHICAGO prepare the dinner. Speaking so that hi arpayan Jjrm aj junction nmong the ntunlllons of the fort. Will begin in the morning and lapt I'gathorinKs everheld in tho feouth,- - brotherly love, preach tho gospel with troop east of the Meuso. ) ' Ti. V j.u win Dnng rogetner most effectively. ei ji oiuit-s- . all day. The following is ,tho official anBy BURTON L. FRAZIER. The times are auspicious, our nouncement: t'wThe crown prince's the official heads of the Stato A little country paper that con Highway Departments, tho fore- duty is plain, tho business of sav- army attempted to break .through tho Claim Berlin' Is Gloomy. Verdun alfd Toul. lie w SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION London, stantly harps on politics unci pok- most experts in road construction ing souls is omminent and urgent Mouse between Troyon which resisted CopenhagenSept. 16. Dispatches from has bombarded and Genevagleclure that ing jibs at the administration 'n and maintenance, and other lead nd may God have mercy on us if valiantly. The Gorman forces .were gloom prevails in Berlin and that a power only makes laughing stock ers in the gooc' roads movement we, knowing our duty fail to do repulsed. serious condition is developing In the "It Is believed in well informed of itself with people ot common in earh Stale for an exchange of it. All of us are either for or cles that the German army will cir- Gorman capital. reA Copenhagen dispatch to the Star sense. It were better that such ideas as to tho beit methods of fi- against the work of the Lord. ' We treat Into the grand duchy of Luxem- says: "Attempts of German officials to papers put their efforts toward nancing road construction and are either in tho service of God or burg and Into the Belgian province ot Luxemburg, and endeavor to rally be- hldo the truth about the wur have county affairs, road building, building and maintaining tho best mammon; we are either drawing hind their fortified positions." proved futile. The real facts aro peneschools etc., and leave a good por- types of country highways. Its nigh to a state of salvation or we trating Berlin from Switzerland and H ttaaajaaflaai N By FRANKLIN P. MERRITT. tion of national affairs to be guid exhibits of road machinery and of are going farther and farther away Southern Germany. Absence of deRound Round tailed news Is creating a panic. ed by men higher up who are paid model roads will be highly educa- The Gospel invitation is calling Trip Trip Army Under Von Kluk Rallies. "Tho Socialist paper Vorwaerts com-business. tional and it can not but serve to calling for carrying' on the today, and Whoplains that the ranks of German uncm-- . Paris, Sept. jl6. Supported by This stuff, gotten off by some increase interest in the jjood roads soever will, may come. from Belgium the right ployod are Increasing owing to the papurs only tends to engraft a movement thruout the South " SPECIAL TRAIN Many aro called all who will wingII of the retjrlng German n army un-ft- French and British prisoners being Arf n Slnr imH 11 used as railway, road and field workdeeper rooted prejudice in the Willi ,. alv,nK battVto ike allies north of ers. It states that 100,000 Germans obey, all who will respond, COUNTY COUR1 ORDE.t Leaves minds of some readers and does no bo chosen. the river Alsne; Further to tho east, have thus been ousted by prisoners working as government laborers at Whereas on tho 24th day of The tent meetings will como to north of Rhelmt, the Germans are also good whatever. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. resisting, but rotreat of the various kinds of outdoor work." Aug- - i9i4 a petition was filed in a close, Km the nightly appeals will Argonno foreut the reported east be conFrom Geneva comes this dispatch: ,ia to the office of tho County Court cease in Mt. Vernon, the preacher tinuing. This .was the situation along "After several days silence, which American Road Clerk of Rockcastle County sign will go to other fields where the the front today so 'far as could be haa aroused anger In Berlin, no men gathered by advices from tho scene of tlon is yet rrtado of tho battlo ot the ed by 2o legal qualified voters f harvest is ripe-anlaborers are so action 'and govornment reports. Marne. Serious demonstrations con voting precinct No. 2, kuown as few, oh: So few. Here in Mt. Statements issued by the French tlnue in Germany, the people insist UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Ing on knowing tho truth from the West Mt. Vernon asking a sub- Vernon there i3 work for all,- for war'ofrtce are confusing. Regarding the public roads as kalsor himself, who has suddenly beAn announcement made in this city mission of the question, whether overy soul. an indispensable part of the transcome silent." shortly before midnight said: cattle or any species thereof shall Enter now into the service, my portation system of the" county, bo GermanitMake 8tand. permitted to run at large in brethren, my sisters. Let lawyers The enemy. uppears to mako'a stand TAX ON "SECRET REMEDIES' supplementing its railroads and said voting precinct in said coun- merchants, editors, elders, dea- along the River Alsno. On the center, waterways, President Harrison, Dr Wiley 8ays They Are Sold at Enorty. It is now ordered of the Court cons, teachers and every one to similarly, it would soem as' If the of the Southern ttailway Company mous Prices,, and If Taxed, Would Intends a poll be opened in said voting whom God has entrusted, one, two onemy northwest-an-to resist on the heights FOR THE Bring Big Revenue. to the north of Rhelms. takes an active interest in tho good that precinct at tho general election five or ten talents, put them into Another official statement, issued roads movement. He is Washington, Sept. 16. "Secret remsomo hours, earlier in Bordeaux, said: to be held in said precinct on the service preach, pray, live for KITCHEN & Jesus of the Ame-icaHigh"On our left-.- , the enemy appeared edies" should be made tho subject of 3rd day of Nov. i914 for the pur- and his church. a heavy tax, In tho opinion of Dr. way Association and will be one of to tho north of the Alsne, betwetfli pose of ascertaining the will of tho Complegne andSoIssons. a line of Harvey W. Wiley, former chief chemCOOKING UTENSILS V. tho speakers at the Fourth Ameri defense which be lias been forced to ist of tho department of agriculture. of said Precinct, upon the can Road Congress in Atlanta, the voters of tho bestquality at vory reasonabandon. In the center, likewise, the He sent a letter, to Representative question whether or uot cattle or Underwood suggesting' the tax. Doc- able prices may be found hero it) week of Nov. 9th. Germans had prepared a .defensive poVAWmmmmmmummm remsition behind' nholms,' which' they tor Wiley declared those great assortment. Tho greatest Speaking of the relation of the .ny specie thereof shall be permitedies are sold at enormous prices, were unable to' hold." ted to run at largo in said voting country highway tho railroad, Mr. and If taxed, would bring in a big rev- of care should always be exorcised The significance of this discrepancy Harrison said: "Whatever may precinct. to keep all cooking utensils clean, Is that the statement announcing a enue. "This very extensive G. M. Bau.akd, J. It. C. C. la a threat to the health and and for this purpose. German stand was the later one Isbe the final destination of the welfare of tho people of the .whole Get this fact, please. For mn sued. farm products, their first move- Copy Attest, Doctor or women, no matter what the Alluminum or Granate An unofficial report to the effect country," the doctor added. S. F. Bowman, C. it. C. C. time or place, silk hose it the ment must be over tho country that Maubauua-habeen relieved and Wiley also favors an additional tax is by all means tho best. The cost only hose that't really teyliih Sept. 11.41. 25 to 50 per cent per gallon on of from lz.OOO Germans had been taken prisroad and if the farmer is to rethe only hose truly in harmony l&kuiift3M2Mlp'Vrp oners there was' la circulation here, all rectified spirits used for bever- is a little greater at tirst, but it i ' with good taste. ceive the largest measure of bone-fi- t If your child is pale and sickl , but lacked confirmation. Such a de- ages. Soft drinks, especially those always cheaper in the end to buy Then get this fact. Phoenl from good roads . tho policy picks at tho nose, starts in the velopment at Maubeuge would com- containing caffeln, and fortified wines good ware at a Silk Hose, for men or women, fair price, than the Mount Vernon Monumental pel the Germans to retire through (he should be heavily taxed, he believes. should be adopted of improving sleep and grinds the teeth while civet all that may be asked sleeping it is a sure sign of worms narrow gap flanked by Maubeuge and Ho especially Is anxious to havo taxed cheap bargain store kind at any richness and style per those highways which radiate A remedy for these mills manufacturing bleached flour, prico Verdun, if they continued their relection and answers every reparasites will from market towns and shipping bo found in WHITE'S CREAM and ho believes the bleaching process ': quirement of true economy. treat. v 1 Phoenix Silk Hosiery is the utstations and over which the farm VERMIFUGE Itnotoulv clears NOTI It hakeen officially an- dangerous to health. most in style and value knitted Opptsito Court House, nounced by the of man government ers must haul their products. The out the worms, but it, restores" from real Thread Silk in all 8ulclde Preferable to Retreat. In Berlin, lst wlek that Maubeuge the wanted colors health and cheerfulness. Pji'co a5c priced Bordeaux, Sept. 16. According to profit which will be earned by the had been captures! from the French surprisingly low. Monuments of .all farmer may depend largoly upon per bottle. Sold by John Robins, and that 40,000 prisoner and a large a report received at the war ofllce, Ml number of gtaa has! fallen Into the .Oeneral Frelz, a Gorman division comkinds. the condition of the road from his Brodhead, Ky, Estimates furnished, attempted to commit suicide mander, FOUNJ), the place to buy Spectacles hands or the, QerWaiM. ' Sthayrd farm to a shipping station. Stawhen ordered to retreat, but was taken uiiu A cow, solid "red miToo Karly te Claim ! Victory. i.ouaiui up, Uola, on application. prisoner. by tho U. tistics compiled Sliver and Aluminum Frames. Lar While offlchU reports are optlmlstlo uoiur, sinooui, weigui auout 1,000 gest selection in town, Kycs tested of Agriculture show pounds, wore bell with home made GEO. OWENS Propr. Free." Years of experience. DlARUIlobA QVlCKtY CUIteD that the cost of hauling farm pro- chain collar, right bag largest. Pone 112 "My attentiotrwas first called CHAMUERIyAlN'S COLIC CHOLERA ducts to shipping points over bad Notify and receive reward. to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera: JBWKIJJR AND OPTICIAN. oads is a disproportionately largo and Diarrhoea Rbmedy J. H. Clark, Pine Hill, Ky. and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as COX BROS. STORE v part of the total expenso of their "I advised the 'boys' when twelve years go; At that time 1 Chamiieulain's I4INIMBKT was seriously ill with summer they enlisted for the Spanish war transportation to inarketT This is If you are troubled with aches, complaint. One dos: of this to take Chamberlain's Colic, Chol not always lully realized' by the pains or soreness of tho mnscler?. ATTORNEY-AT-LAremedy checked the trouble," era and Diarrhoea Remedy with farmer, but if be will take into ac you will appreciate the good qualwrites Mrs, C. W Florence, them, and have received many MT. VERNON. JJLY. count the time of himself and his ities of Chamberlain's Liniment. Rockfield, Iiid. For sale by all thnnksfor the advice givon," Many 'uflerers from rheumatism OFFICEt- Onacd.'fldorfo team, and the wear and tear on writes' J. H. Houghtand, Eldon, dealers. MT, VKRNON, KY, The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church person whether Iowai "No his vehicle and harness made nec- and siatica have used it with the Burton nnfl best results. It is especially valu. Purr fill of Plato traveling or at home should bo street. Special attention given Fron tRooms over Baker's Store essary by a larger number of trips able sor lumbago and lame back. I FOR FLETCHER'S I'hone section, sold1 34 head cattle at without this great remedy." For iu couecuons, YritU smaller loads, he will find sale by all dealers. I Phone No. 80. Stanford Monday (at" a fcqcy pile;, sale by 9 dealers, slflNAI that thu cost mounts QflHnnd coriesnomU,,glv ..... m.1 1914 up very fast Sept. ib. ..(U.. iiiuul.i. reduces his THE BIG TENT. A LONDON REPORT '.;) - n In-th- t - 1b too oarly to claim a declslvo and overwhelming victory for U10 allies. Uy masterly strategy the Germana hare been able to keep the main lines of tholr vast army Intact, although thousands of soldiers over como by exhaustion or unnbto to And their way have fallen Into the hand! of the French and British armies, at well as a vast amount of munitions supplies and armaments. Tho Ger man army Is far from shattered, am" according to official admissions It Paris, the only section of the Gcrniar grand army which now seems to be In danger of bolng cut off from tin other columns Is that of tho Gerniar crown prince, which Is In tho region ' of tno forest of Argonno. Because ol -, s-"- -' lUUl UlOitlUt, UIIU UiU BlUUUUIIl 1UB1BI ance of the crown prince's soldlors this section was left farthor In front than the balanco of the German line The army of Genoral von Kluk h ulso supposed to huvo received a Bup ply of fresh ammunition for 1)01)1 small arms and artillery. Tho extreme left wing of tho French army, which Is ofllcially known ns the Fifty army, has now advanced to a point slightly northeast of Amiens, tho main body .resting around that olty. It has been part of Gncral Joffro's strategy to keep this nrmy moving east and north as rapidly as possible to koep hitting at tho north' western extremity of tho German lino. From tho Information received by the French general staff it Ib evident that the Germans have either filed back into trenches which had been used previously north of the Alsno or olse had been able to prepare defensive works from which to face the , allies. 4 boyond doubt It W A : v jr fift-a- "Midget" Marvel v- - . U- - , - ANGLO-AMERIC- -- ject-lesso- n m iyajyrH1! -- Q DIVORCE Bel-fo- 3Xunt&z I mmmm MSrm M ?nmm l! v awv-in- s soft-nose- d Ao'ehts Wanted 1 0.. .,!.. r. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPlM3th $.50 1.50 a.m. J .to-da- y A aa 1 1 I JUNCTION CITY 5:35 I Congress J.O.M0OLAR.V - d Vice-Preside- n Stanford, Ky. rTT- ..&- - '" I The Only Hose That's Stylish d CO. COX, POUND! - Manufacturers and-Granit- S.'De-partme- nt IB iMHB tSmBKEML Wk ni-(iiisi:i- ! tMzWSS lint J. C. MOORE x$x&c$x&& P. H Conover Dentist 49-- 'C. -- William, Children Ory . r. PASXORIA XtCCXCX '& . tv irjr-- i r yif rf V" p IV'-l.T J t)io Association. V The school, is nicely at' this place progressing under tlic tutorship of Mrs. Walleu. Messrs. Bradley Brown and Ben Craig attended the sitiging here last ThursdaSMiight. -- There will bo a box supper at Maretburg school house, Saturday night, September 25th. All cordially in-- 1 vlted to come and bring or buy a box. Mr. aud Mrs. Jop McCall visited Mr. S. Chandler near Brodhead, Sunday. Mrs. Marsh-ban- k and family spent Saturday night 'and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamlin at Mt.Vornon Sherman Owens returned to Cincinnati altera few weeks with home folks.-- - Mrs. Wick Thompson is vorv sick at this writing. 1 M'$ ,j 11 ; v. ',1 V ' vr 1 . r The 41th annual sessioh jpFtn Herald'of 15th 10 Louisville f Baptist j State Fofr items says: Born to the wifo of Cas Cox. a" iRockcastlo Missionary. a Girls' Canning' Club exhibit .Vs&ociution whicu inoj.' hi, ifreov Mrs. Mnrgui-rto Hell of Lex lino hoy. Mt. Vernon, Ky, ttept. 18, 1914 dom Mrs. Helen church Jast Thesflay,' direction iiiRton is with her mother Mrs. All the latest magazines at .tbo WednesdAy and ThursdayAvaHM cott, is particularly liovel'aud up "No. 70" wnen Franklin. Drug store. enjoyable (Tair. wun trt Cnmmiinl Tyrw 7 The firsj. dy. resting. Owiug to the fact wun niunAij Miss Ituth I.andruni wa tho auiu Let Fish's clothe you once and was devoted entirely tV'tindaJ Hie gins computing iur pii.c Wonmn's CanuiuK Gluh guesi lit school work. Talk", rolarlvo ft! had the freight paid on their Fish's will clothe you always State Fair. ihe work, wero given by Revs. ies ttio.v have sent only the Mkset Ina McCoy and. Risio O Miss Georgia Bales of Brush Pike, Carmical, AlJePj Goppbt Kish &perfect samples. Jars of MoUorrou nro. in Louisville attend- Creek, was shot thru the band and Price. The latter is Fields ches,, beautifully packed, beaus she yebterday morning, when ing the State fair. Sec4y. of the $updny Sehoo.1 dej n, cherries, ocure -- an manner reached to catch a gun that was lOUMVILLC & rUtHVILLC R R.CO. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Stilton oeetables and fruits are dis ujiiiiiuuiui tiiu vjcnuiiii mi,,iuv.i. falling to floor, while sweeping. have returned from their honeytion of Baptists in Kentuckv' Hn ced ou the shelves, causing the TIME TABLE. The big tent revival will close cavpsome fine talks on ilieSGrnidl moon und are with Mrs, Sutton's s qi bystanders to open ami l .4.59 Pm fklhe'r. Mr. V. I...Tliomnson Sr Monday night. 22 ucrtn.. The baptizing ed Sunday School', tqgeth ' vyiill Ir ibouths to water. , . . , (. 21 nortli .. will take place Sunday uftejnoon, tho tajks, the singing by 'Frlfpddra 3:53 a Ul f .1 hrnsnnt. ' Thi nackine of those iars has a ni S3 .suiith'...i ..11:13 i either at Buckeye' or at the elec- Union eh Hone bv band with only tho schoojfi,.atu Col. W. N. Williams has beon 21 South will be the big dinner on the grot'tul, watEo' the long spatula, made by There light pool 12:19 n tu visiting his siller, Mrs. J. W, tric Tas. Landrum, Agent. Van Winkle and other relatives here about thirtyfive to bo baptized. fcbbys of the, settlement school day was a pleasant out a It 11611 jf V M nilnun TMi.Phone No. 8. nim nritv. son W. R. have the weather wasalitMe autum a i.m u. i.. Albert Allen and left for his home in Aztec, Now o r. t nnrl olnninv ver, With which tho fruit has purchased a 150 acre farm in Mexico last Friday. tZJlKy. Potofflco Entered t the Alt Vernon, Thf Siwlfiw 5rhhrtr ruiiUltiAllTfi eji4'put in suggests the mecbani- Boone county, I2 miles from Covlunll matter. as ..- iSVt .ztt LOCAL f,itrnlmost' every case. Mrs. ington for which ttioy paid which is a part of the association Volcotts'tateVtlifii" the girls who about $7o. per acre, making a total worKpims, ior more uian PKltSONAL IV Institute next week. .'l .i.if U II1C P3;JIIIK' IU lllia UIUIII'V.1 of $10,000. Albert Allen expects been held.on the first dnv. ail What grows between 1.0m rows? to move bis family there soon. tV get one and f times bio, association, thus causing ill Uncle Johnny Reams was in elation to consume' thfeedrf fnuch ftult in a jaras when it is Some now nifty neckwear ut from Dudloy Tuesday. Mt. Vernon will be connected it in the ordinary mauner. made ithard always bas Mrs. R. B Mullins was in Stan- Fish's today. with Lincoln county by turnpike This Members o( the canning clubs 6 Wednesday afternoon. Boone the ladies in cooking aud !ni9i;,when seven miles of ford wlio bavq'wQn pti2es In their own Union-SuitWay will be constructed. Lincoln lui'iing and it was ainanunoi: Born. to the wife or Frank f jr men at Fish's. bounties have baen sent to LouisWednesday, a ""lie boy. county will.build three miles of decided that this conventwsr When you '.hink of anything ville and are now being entertainheld on a day by Itself andi road south of Crab Orchard to E. Bullock, was one ol good to wear think of (be sin Joth, 1915 selected as.. tuolcliy ed by the State Fair Committee. fill in the cap. rfptesentatives at the 'ish's. Miss Plaeo nnt vot nftmsH.u" h'iif5tllrc These young girls are: FOR bALE: A bouse'nud about will henceforth orily,"Be twjLfiys RbseJ'ayne, of State fair. Davie County is rnaldn Mi. P. Q. Griffin 4 acres of land in Livingston, Ky. Vm. Bullocit and son Herbert- many of Laurel, of tbo association, proper wl eh Miss.Mary Loveless, greut ituprovoments to his once, oasy will be TpesdayaHdwWGdnls MAs Madge 'Maldon, of Whitley; A bargain ifsold at ore In LoriUvlllo this week attend- west Main street property. terms. For further information, after the firs,f Suuday'i'it'Sepllaixr! M"iss"fistello Vandermeer, of ing tbo fair. Ladies get the. Woman's Home call on or address mo at Livings Ruth .Laudrum, of Thompson, Sr , was in F. L. The old officers of i tb Rockcastle; Miss Eva Robinson, of 'during the week to see Companion und Pictorial Review, ton, Ky. Louisville tion were re elected viKr now on sale at the Drug store. T. J, Pbnnington, Pike, Moderator; ii Sept., 'CTjiritiun; Miss Mary Tribell of . the big fair. Mr. James Johnson and Mis SIG. SAUTELLE'S, BIG SHOWS Clerk; J. Wn H.eltpn,.R LiKi ,Mudisou; MlsffFrony, Conna,wuy, of ' William and Joseph Corden, of'Hohdorson: Miss Maud Mauri- W111 H,ii-u- f :n Pittsburg, Pa., were, in Mt. Ver Sin nh Herd were married in tbo ....u.M 'rfvortiilio Museum" und Circus, Menagerie, county clerkM office, yesterday ofjefferson; Miss Maggie May R. N. (Sooch, Pres.dfS, 'S, nou,;Monduy. afternoon. Judge Ballard per and Wild West, will exhibit at vention. J. J. Pimter, i ir.y qA,Mago(Bn; Miss Bertna uaiiey, Jatuo Leavell of Camp Nelson, Mt. Vernon Tuesday Sept. 2'Jth forming tho ceremony. iftee of Harjan, and Miss Kiddinger, of Also a Sucday S:hool-cbfGarrard county, was in town on Grand Free Htroe" parade. Two MUblenberjj. of three was. appblntedvi?'!. D M. Cress the popular young business yesterday, , Ring CirotiB, 17 Cage Menageiies, r? ia ,. . r 1..: .j ' u- iv. LTUiuuiuim. ui jiyuigsivu, t t Wildle, stock buyer'of this county, sold 27 12 Riding aits, 7 Wire acts, 50 MARHTBURG, M is. Sarah Muret of r Meadows of Mt. Vernoh and m. year old steers and 4 two year performances, 12 clowns. was with Mr. and Mrs. J. Pish two 'A cood many from this place Byron Owen's of Brotlhea'dl old hellers to J. M. Cress of during the week. .1 lift Weuded th; Association last .,! . The papers have been cotnolet-e- win L II. I. outy.m iiooUMOfc De iiieir Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gross of Prencliorsville, for the nice little aud are now In the hands of the organising of Sunday- Schotel wfc at Freedom. All report a sum of $too2. ' Coal Creek, Teeu;, Have been with parties in New York, who expect churches wbore'tliereTardtndhllf.'? nlbncnfil tmip iMt Oflthif Honk. Jim Prewitt, u native jof tbfs to take over lco;ooo acres or land Mr, and Mrs. Squire Kinley for a H. C. Gontry3wshiQuJyr- - 'lw). has beonlsitipg friends and county, who lived in this place In the Southern part of the county ber of .week. jPQHinvesat.ijepauon juncuon, oas the aasp'ciauon"preie !;., . 111 1 Henry Wood Jr. and James Bel- - 20 years ago was tound dead, with That the deal will be a go, there, is WUM ,.III .t uinuininoii .....1 rytBf&ed Bqme- .- We are glad to Ibb in a cornfield but little doubt, and a week or ten iep'krsfKBurbaraHo'uk, who jb. two oonnlar Vouhk Railroad hfs The next meeting,.wl Conway, yere In", town ttonr Jellico. No plew" was fguud days will tell tho stoy. WiMt.fJjob,fvOAkl .tyyiu i - "" ywho "'" ru.a n.rtMM .;? fidd&&Y. m WMfSMriOL ?rstoj MT..VERNON SIGNAL Daniel Boone" Bowman is now a welcome citizen of Ml. Verton. ' New hata at Fish's. . rbe tf 79 11 f can dress1 - . v 1 better and V pay less j J ! . . ., v "?-- 4 But this isn't an appeal to the price hunter. It's an appeal to the man who" hunts for quality when he buys. He always finds it here in ' m- -- 1 UL--o Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S (ttfond-ciaa- s C AtS T Q R I A ROCKQASTLE. QUARTERLY "" COtfRT COMMISSIONBK'S SALE ;.$! ., one-hal- J. M. Smith and S. F. Smith VS. SALE Dan F. Miller v Plaintiffs, h FISH'S Special $15 Suits &. r . .1 Hal-com- s and Overcoats Koclc-cnstlo- 's - Mor-cerMl- ss Defendants. HattleC. Miller The undersigned Special Commissioner for the Rockcastle Quarterly Court, will, on the 5th. day of October, J9i4, on the farm of Jonas PJttman, near Level Green, .Rockcastle county, Kentucky, between the hours of 0 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. tu., offer for sale the following de scribed personal property, 1 power Nagle boiler; " " 1 20- Erie engine on mounted i Trever Heading Saw and Rig complete; 'H Drag Saw, complete; - 1 Bolting Saw, complete; 1 Edging Saw. complete; All belting, line shafting, pub leys, etc. to-wi- Fabrics that are all wool and individ-uin pattern. Styles al ol great designers,-fashione- d ' . 18-3- t. $$! SjRC-rm into the life of the garment .w.-i..ji- e ja-U- r, by workmanship that holds up. aiL !j3i- rj Every suit and overcoat 1 Boiler-portabl- , 1 Hi guaranteed' r- - t. d - TERMS: Said s4le will be made on a bond credit of llnee months, with approved surety, at tho rate of 6 per cent per aunum from date until paid, having tho force and effect of g.judgtnent. :M.VJjWNSi- ;om nnssione 1 d . SfflHg 1 ' , neck-broke- n, tf iM-iwi- TW ' did'the-killiug'o- A i Fraplft was" 4-VI i 'V rjTK f h. 4 , w lyVlfriRlKGSitiSlRfc with grad. 'Other citles'in Russia bear.Jesse'MalonewUo installed the fia'Good Roads" people, at State ing Gorman names have aKo been nnnfV.rr.irl witll "1V1 ...-..... recbrlstoned to.a Russianized M.iJU electric Hsht plant, having com- .rrti.. nlch 1.U...I..WU Terrill, State lt.iad Commissioner form. pleted his work, has returned to gettirig,,pointers as to proper pro his home at Borden, Ind. opened Langdon Memorial procuring state aid Moriday with he brigbtost of pros Miss Jennie Morrow Miller en- ceedu.'e in in the propositiou of connecting pects for another successful year. tered college at Mlllersburg, by Her brother, Lewis, ac- Mt. Vernon and Crab Orchard From week to week will appef r a macadam highway in tOifj. reports of" tile splendid work.of companied her to Lexington. NOTICE. this school, which is doing work Miller wus herecluring Walter On Monday night, September not excelled by any and equaled the Weok from Aftou, Oklahoma, W Walter is' well 21, iqu, Miss. Cora Wilson Stow by few institutions of its class. on business. one of Kentucky's greatest art, pleased with his western home. I County Attorney E R. Gentry, will address tho County V Poynter, Jr., who has educators Wtu. is at' work, assisted by iriends of Institute in Mt. Vernon, beun visiting his Uncles, Win. nnd Teachers' Way, on a project for tho Also Boone on 'Moonlight Schools." Dave Poynter w'ill leave tomorrow building of the first 18 miles of on Wednesday, September 23, for hU home in Jamestown, Ind. over the proposed highway Lida E Gardner, Superintendent that Atty. and Mrs.' Geo. G. Brock of Nlcho'as county, will address old Wilderness road from Crab Vernon. The and little Mary Lucis Brock of tho Trustees of the county. Also Orchard to Mt. move promises to bo a successful with Mr. aud Mrs. London wore all mothers requested to be presW. H. Fish this week .on their ent. All Trustees requested to be one and it is expected that auto may be running over smooth highway to Louisville. present. W. A. B! Davis, Supt. ways into our town by October means of Lloyd Maret takes this 1915. LIVINGSTON PRESBYTER thanking the neighbors for IAN CHURCH during bis suffering shown In Euripe, except England, all will be of the military units ilro planned The following su vices with gun shot wound. The nice meals sent him by the ladies were held next Sunday: to contain twice as many men as 1" Sabbath Schoo- l- :o a m. duly appreciated. similar units in the American nnd Preaching service 11 a. m. English armies. The German, Dr. Oscar Joties of Indianapolis o'clock Russian, French and Austrian is Saturday night at passed thru Tuesday in his enroute to London to visit the Workers Training Class will identical. Each regiment is made up of 3330 men and is commanded Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manis. He be he'd. Th's is of an character and every by a Colonel. Three regiments of piloted over Wildcat mounwas tain by Frank Brown, of Londou. Christian is invitod. By request, 10,000 men, make up a brigade, a sboit lecturo on the subject of which body is commanded by a Evan Levisay of Pennington Levisay of "Baptism" will bo given, preced- Major General. Two brigades or 89i Gap, Va., and Robert of the Workers 20,000 men, make an jinny divising Middlesboro, are with relatives Training Clcss." We invite yoU'to ion with a Lieutenant General in here. They were both raised in eharge, while two divisions, or . this county and this Is the first all services. Rkv. John M. Macmii.i.an. 40,000 men constituted au army Evan bas made hero in forty trip corps commanded by a General.' yean Double Wedding: Mr. Fred Judge and'Mrs. S. D. Lewis, T. Mullinsjjnember of the firm of Five army corps is supposed to tnakeono army. J. Niceley and daughter, Miss Woodall it Mullins, the successful Bonnie, Judge G. M. Ballard, Withers merchants and Miss Kutie Elmer keonieiter, now repre " y E. R. Gentry and Prico, daughter othe late Dr,. D. senting the Travelers Insurance Fred Baker were those who went E. Price a most charming young Co., was here last week. Here Is down Wednesday morning for the lady and one of, the county's suc a sample of what plenty of energy cessful teachers, were married at will accomplish. We know of no big State Fair. Hasty, now of Nodaway tho Rpckcastle hotel Wednesday. young man who is reaping a greatJames county, Missouri, isbere with his At, the same time Mr. Geo, Bray, er harvest for his efforts than wife visiting the scenes ol his son of R. L. Bray and oue of the Elmer, and bis friends who knew men him when he was genoral lackey childbpod. He moved from this county's most years ago. and Miss Jalia Thompson, daugh- boy around Mt. Vernon are proud cuiuty twenty-seveBoss Hasty, his brother is living ter pf Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomp- that be is making such a 'brilliant on a farm near Skidmore, Mo , son were united in the holy bonds success. Nine hundred a month Rev. J. Ross Mi- is not out ol tho ordinary and four of matrimony. andls in feeble healths ller officiated in both services. hundred and less is,a small mbnths wu0 ,s t0 be R. B. Mul,mB happy couples left on the 5 business. He is comfortably lo W. Bethurum The Cashier, J udgeL. o'clock train for LouisvH'e and cated witn offices In a direstor and one of the building other points to spend their honey Louisville and on the special adcommittee and Nea Parrott, contheirjourneys thru vertising sheet soon to be issued tractor, left Wednesday for Ann-vill- moons andjmaycontinued life be that of blessings by the Travelers Insurance Co., Jackson county, to made arand happiness for these two bis picture will appear as one of rangements for- the erection of the couples of the county's very beat the best and biggest writers repnew bank soon to be started at young people. resenting that company. that place. ,, 1 -Wed-n.sda- returHeu. uoae c ia ii T IT uurRBuwafirni'wrwj 1111. . I Children Ory fur .FLEr.rapR's: v , w 1 ;MptffjSjJndi.-llssMyftli.Sh- Esr'i j"- vw" r A. j - . .. . . Ue; ' mate- was the pleasant guest 01 MisS 'Sibvl Bethurum from Wed nesday until Friday, and attended 7w7!rpcpi;iy O j. ociw . 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This offer applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal. Miss Sullio Owens of Quail, visited Miss Martha and Addie Hel ton Thursday night. Miss Dorthy Owens visited Miss Addie Helton Sunday. W. H. Owens was in Mt. Vernon Monday on business. Miss Bessie Albright was the uest of Miss Lola owGn9 Sunday uts had learned tho location of who has Miss Robbie Capps, thelustrlon supplies, which had beon brolut from Cracow by boat. The been the guest of Miss Martha pcosajbks were able to move directly McKinney for the past six week Tho guards stationed .acono. to v home near at .ill boats wore quickly dispatched has returned to her Flat Lick. J. S,' Helton who hat and man tho destruction began. 8upplls. Are Destroyed. leen visiting relatives near Pain' Tut cossacks blow up or set fire Lick has returned home. -- Tlu 17 pontoons, 18 to iy iteainboats hen bargmiiid a large number of smaller ase ball game played Spiro am b'oatfind rafts. Tho greater dart of Wednesday between the. supplies had not yet been Level Green ending in favor o cossacks completed their Spiro, 7 to 3. We ate glad to task bi burning all the military equiptnow that our boys can play ball ment fiat they could find ashore. 'Havltt accomplished their task the ?ome back again, you Level Greer cossaci again swam the river and boys! Miss Nancy Helton was ie Russian army. They lost the guest of Miss Lora Dillingham only fl men In tho daring raid. The low struck at the Austrlans Sunday. Miss Muttie Owens and by the kossacks is exported to have Miss Jane Dillingham visited Mr. tremendous effect Dillingham. Amonk tho supplies destroyed was and Mrs. T. B. a greatl quantity of ammunition as Miss Birdie Hensley visited Miss wall aa pod. Lula Owens Svnday. Uncle Mat As fat as the Russian army adDwens who has been confined to railvances Into Oallcla U repairs the his room for the past seven roads and use thorn for military months is able to bo out again. purcoes I(V railroad construction Rev. A J. Pike will fill his regu-h- r work: alolo 10,000 Russians are emappointment at Freedom Satas the lines are put ployed. Jstfast Miss Berth). Into opera Ion the guns captured frojn urday and Sunday. Jentry visited Miss Mollie anc, the Austrjins aro taken Into tho new battle froii and there turned against Edna Owens Sunday. their forstsr possessors. OenorftljRusskl has reported to the war offlcetiiat among the troops retlr- I head-qut&r- unny struggling to save useu m annihilation, Russian troops have royed a' largo part of tho commie- supplies of tho enemy, according official announcement, made ncre ay. The Russians aro tnrcatcning 11 entire lino of communication or Austrian's and may succeed In entlng them from retreat. y their sudden stroke directed (m Russian Poland over tho Vlstu- lftlho Russians have compelled the Awrlans who had fortified positions, to jill back being outflanked. The Htllans are now crossing the San lnfcrce, capturing many suns and prflnere. destruction of the Austrian sup- pill was ono of tho most heroic ex- plcft yet accomplished by tho A company of cossack scqL sworn the Vistula Under the doJ of darkness and succeedod In malig their way along its banks to thejUlghborhood of tho goneral :au SPIRO. ' nicely Sunday school is progressing at Fi edora, with a large number in attendance; Mr. Calvin Noe from Knox Children Cry for Fletcher's county who has been visiting his cousin Mr. Jarvis Noe has returned home. a fine cow J. S. Helton bought from W. R. Ualcomb. Miss Luticia Jones from London is m JfMk iW. fc isJ 1 1 iFisWuir visiting htr sister Mrs. James Noe Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which lias been lu use for over 0 yours, 1ms bornotlio siirfinturo ot "a nnd luis been intulo under his pcr- Bonnl supervision sinco Its Infancy. T' CAV Allow no onb to deceive you In this. " nrohut All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments tlint trifle with nml endanger tho health of Infuuts and Children Experience agulnbt Experiment. Just-us-good ti goric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is plcnsnnt. It other contains neither Opium, Morphine nordestroys Narcotic Worms substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It nnd nllnys Fcverishncss. For more than thirty years it Constipation, Jias been in constant use 'for tho relief ofTroubles and Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething - Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. , CASTOR I A What is snhstltuto for Castor Oil, a harmless Cnstorla Is Pare- unload-edbulth- e GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS w9li5&r The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years . NW :NTAUW COMfANV. VOWK CITV. WHEN YOU WANT All Orders' Must Be Mailed To The1 M T. V ER N O N l'EOI'LRS SIGNAL r $ UANIC $ I $ $ GERMANS tk 7?f!7Wra,''' DEFEAT Tor Infants and Children, log upon I Prxomsl aro about 65,0OC Germans ho wero sent to help tin The Rind You HavQ Always Bought Austrlans." He declares that they wll Bears be unable to' take actlvo part In tbi fighting after entering Prxcmsl, ai Blgnatnro ho. will completely Invest that strong hold and prevent any sortie. Austrlans Claim Lemberg Vlotory.-Ne- w York, 8ept. 16. Dr. Frltf Local Travel Benefitted Flscherauer, Austrian consul, received Trains 21 and 22 Extended the following wireless message from Count BurajJ, the Austrian mints-ter- . Announcement is mado by tlu ot'tStmsa affairs! Route that Queen & Orescent Lemberg was battle at operated forces, which were Trains 21 and 25 now CASTOR A lt6ca&&l General Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO A Straw will Show the ! Way RUSSIAN ARMIES IN EAST PRUSSIA Teuton Commander Wires Kaiser of Rout of Army of t the Wind Blows Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the 175,000 Men. j,. PEOPLES BANK r roao, Doai oacK ine enemy artorjive days' righting and captured 10,000 Russians aui numerous guns, but It was Impossible to make full use ol the succe'ss because our northern wing near Rawa was ondangered by overwhelming Russian forces, not to apeak .of jpew Russian forces marching against General Dankl's army and Into the Interval between this army and the Lemberg war theater. "On account bf the strength of the enemy It was found nocessary to col loct our armies, now fighting with little rest heroically for tbreo days. 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Reforming, they again rubber gore in bottom of back section. Ha very low butt and long skirt. Is for you is took the offensive and attacked our wear. very imhtlv boned. inch front positions at Qoldapp. They stormed clssp. Back wires have leitherbone at pay our positions with bayonet charges in three pain ot supporters, "j fipttom.as 32, Sizes, 80 to price. the face of a withering Are, but were repeatedly repulsed. Pric$3.00 a.. "Finally, after a bloody conflict that lasted ten hours, the enemy retreated. Our troops are In hot pursuit. Tho victory was due to the clever strateHERBINB is the medicine that gy of General Rennenkampf, who BETHURUM & LEWIS cures biliousness, malaria and drew the enemy's troops out until constipation. The first dose makes they wero too weak to overcome us." Attorneys &t Law Austrlans In Dire Straits. jou feel better, a few additional Sweeping across the Vistula river doses cures completely. Price 50c' Offices in Bothurum Bldg. wold by John Robins, Brodhead. And striking at Jjhe jear of the Aus. Will practice in all tho Courts. 4f KABO 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 style, fit, comit It and lasting made Emperor William that the Vllna (Russian)' army, con sisting of tho Second, Third, Fourth and Twentieth corps, two reserve divisions and five cavojry divisions, have been completely defeated. Tho Russian casualties aro heavy. Tho number of prisoners Is Increasing and the destruction of tho army continues. Enormous spoils of war have boen .captured. The Grodno army has been defeated at Lyck. It comprised In addition to the Twenty-seconcorps a remnant of the Sixth corps and part of the Third Siberian corps. f (At an army corps consists of 40,000 men, It Is probable that In the Vllna army there were at least 175,000 soldiers, and In the Qrodno army about d Swellings of the flesh caused by RUSS CASUALTIES ARE HEAVY inflammation, cold, frrctures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can be relieved by apAnother Body of tho Czar's Troops, plying BALLARD'S SNOW LIN 60.C00 8trong, Aro Whipped at Lyck IMKNT. It should be well rubbMany Prisoners Are Taken ed on over' the part effected!. Its Battle Still On. great healing and penetrating power eases the pain, reduces By FREDERICK WERNER. swelling and restores natural conBerlin, Sept. 16. (By wireless via ditions. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 Sayvlllo, N. P.) General HlndenbefB per bottle. Sold by John Robins (the German commandor In East PrusBrodhead, Ky. sia) baa telegraphed HOPEWELL Jerry Rash and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred .Barnes. The small ' son of Mr. McClure has and Mrs. George measles. Mrs. Chas. Carmical attended the Association at Freedom. Rev, James Barnes filled his regular', appointment at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday. Miss Delia Hayes is numbered with the sick. Mrs.' Chas Carmical and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs A. 50,000 men.) Vernon. The Headquarters announces that fthe Cummins at Mt. heavy lighting In France Is still inde- woncen of this nighborhood are cisive, although the Fronch assault very busy drying beans and apples has been ropulsed. Rev. Carmical rilled his regular By FRANCI8 LAVELLE MURRAY. appointment at Olive Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mary Arnold Russians Claim spent Sunday with Mrs. Sidney McClure. Tho 8ix children of Mrs. Alfred 'Barnes have whooping cough and some of them are suffering a groat deal, while part of them aro'(able to attend school. The grape" crop is very good in this part. It seems that Franklin Allison. Is very unlucky, as4ie lost a sack of mqal and flour both the same day. Win. Hayes of'this place, traded a milch cow to Robt, Langfordat Mt. Vernon for a mare and colt. Tho nice rains that have fallen recently are very good on turnip patches and the women are out gathering tho greens by apro j fulls and most any one wpuld appreciate a pot of greens cooked with a big piece of pork and to add a .more delicious taste to them we would prefer to adda little vinegar. erset, Ky., will be extended, effective Sunday, September 0th, igi4, and operated daily between Oneida Tonn., and Lexington, Ky. The performance of this now service add seventy-nin- e train miles each way, or one hundred and filtyeigbt .iddtional miles for tho round trip. At the presnt time when tho commodities required in the operation and maintenance of railroads is at its hlgtiest aud most carriers aro curtailing, rather thuu extending, their facilities, this now service afforded by tho Queen & Crescent Route is worthy of the greatest attention and patronage on the part of the traveling public. By using Train 22 passengers can arrive Danville before 9 a. m. und Lexington before 10:30 a. in; transact their bnsintfss and return on No. 2I in the afternoon, arriving home before bed time. Local travel between Somerset and Danville and to and from in termediate points will be particularly benefitted by this new arrangement, as there will now be two local trains each way daily between thoso points, making all stops, instead ot the train as heretofore. When you have an acbcv, J&NAS NJoKENZfE THE IChas. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. -- i ftmA OLD RELIABLE Chas. C. Davis Mt , Vernon DRUGS Ky. 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This property will bo sold on 4 months titpe, posession any time. Now occupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. i J 3 ft have re- celved from the use .of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, Ijver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out,, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Black-Draugh- t," I JJ JJ : Black-Draug- ht J JJ jj JJ ff Black-Draug- ht 3 BLACk-DraugH- T to worth what you any at For bale by A. B, FURNISH in my home." For constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzf- - JJ ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar Yellow complexion, pimples and pgl ailments, Thedford's has proved itself a safe, m dlsfiiguring- blemishes on the face pg rid ol by 41 reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. or body can be gotten If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- doctoring the livor, which is tor pid. HEKBINE Is a jjoweruii Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv-e It purifies the liver correctant. years of splendid success proves its value. Good "for system, stimulates the vital organs and puts the body in fine vigorous m young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. Price joc. Sold by condition. John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. J. L. Kennrdy, Crab Orchard, Ky. a 3 5 Black-Draug- ht - tt , 3 Jj tt ! v s