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Mount Vernon signal: September 18, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914091801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 18, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. IPiillllilllHlllllllilllllilillllKillllllliinilllM iif r c?"'"sr vcr -- A r vrf v- ?SJT , iZ , Established "x - - j v7 vy - - 1887 NUMBER 47 v y j AIT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, " KY., FRIDAY SEPT. 18, I.m- 4W1 1914 w ft ' Riannl & tuko her place as the model town ffom Ijivin ton. Last week we the mountains, where the most were in Cincinnati at the time tbe jjunorous people are to be found. writing should have been done 8 Avhore the wtnry travelers can tiud and hence our letter was absent a VIbv . where the tramp that bogs but we have returned now and are to v from door to door is never turned on the job and ready to ghe news M ' vMB JrfcA (B M k j a vvay hungry, where the sick and just as it happens. H VBLk W JM H II bT Jlrk So if Livings- - a E. H J& D h w, B j! u. B 1 v& AT & k the unfortunate are HlfflE cai'ed ton in the future is not represent em- - D mk m 9 &H H acquainttd' ed in the Signal the Editor will be Bk Tho-.mmmm m that aie JP n Jr o for. 10 - KlO with our little town will vouch Ion to blame and not the writer, J. 8 every word of this Mrs. Celia M. Mink is visiting his sister Mrs. a Ttirpin, after a few das visit with Will Doan of near Crab Orchard relatives u Brodhead and other Miss Elizabeth Lemondsis attend Of' ..f,.,nc li.it- - rtthil-nOl- l .. hf 11f HPpll ing school at London.- - O. D. U'FWllO UHO IUVUJ 0 ? Jenkins has moved nts family Bryant was called home Saturday a Livingston from Lebanon to Mt. Vernon on account of the a back to fc V: rS HA ?m m Jet. -- Fred Baker, excellent clerk, illness of his sister, but later we is in in the Baker & Grillin .. .. learned he was better and Oscar ' "Jjfti L'ffliJSC'1 V,sl l!,li Luther Ml Vernon this week was coming back to work. S9f Maaus will move his family back m !5 Indigestion PenningAcute to Mt. Vernon aud T. ". Announce first prewill move into the property ton "I was annoyed for over a year sentation of Autumn styles in xi : and Sam hv attacks of acute indigestion. vacated by Mr. Manus 'i ifflfflW'- 'll constipation," writes coats and suits by Bischof. W8: IT j I Hi fo, fi"iii A Graves will move into the propei- - followed byGallajrher, Geneva, N E guarantee every Mrs. M. J. ty vacated by Mr. Pennington. 1 yx i article to be exactY. "I tried everything that was Mrs. L. H.Davis is visiting rela- recommenced to me for this com ly as we represent. tives at Berca this week. News plaint but nothing did much good llee. when we say bar mi Jill litulLn reached here Monday that Tom until about four mouths aro I saw irntllifflftEOiL !litittilli!l! gains is so. riiat aa Mullins had been shot by his neph- Chamberlain's Tablets advertised loses money is iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiraiiiM somebody and procured a bottle of them ew, another Mullius, but later w-- i from our druggist. I soon realiz certain : Sometimes it is learned that Mulhnswas not ser ed that I bad gotten the right the marut'actnres. again L I V I K (i s T O N. twenty five years since Mrs. Hasty BItUDlIKAU Road working is the thing for they helped me at oncet iously hurt some big retail concern, Mrs. H. L. visited Kentucky. Since taking two bottles of them order of the day in this locality. aud at time we sacrifice You no doubt have been won- Tharp, and iittle son, Master !Now Mr. Kdd we are greatly Miss Ethel Hayes left for Paris I can eat heartily without any bad our profit. Our custom-ers'rea- p ill dering, as well as the readers of (bravely Karris, were visiting rela bothered about this war, not that Tuesday, to visit her sister, Mrs. effects." Sold by all dealers. the benifit no matyour paper, what became of 3 our tives here last week. Mr. and we are going to it as we are not Annie Quiun. Mrs Egbert Hayes ter who loses . correspondent from this place, Mrs. Lsster Hilton, of Stanford, mad and don't want to fight but LEVEL UKEE.N. and son, Aruey, of j Cincinnati, therefore I have this explanation were with her parents, M r. and they claim that the war is the were here Saturday anU Sunday j'ljjjjj i' '" to otfer. In the ihst place I wish Mrs. J. R. Cass, the first of the cause of the necessaries of life visiting the family of V Mr. J. B Prof. Brady and his little I was. to some extent, week. J. H. Jairett left Monday going up to siiv that bugar has gone to ten Hayes. Mis. ueo. rye nas gave a daughter, of Tennessee, connected with the fair that was for Durango. Colo., wnere no will cents a pound, but just wait until property near the Ma musical entertainment at Chapel the pulled off here some four or five likely make his home. Mrs. Jar- - old sorghum molasses conies iu sonic building, of John Mullius. last Saturday night which was en weeks ago, aud since that time rett has beeu in Durango with hea an(j we will put a quietness on naid $7o0.- - Misses Grace joyed very much by all present. have bean assisting the tecietary diughrer for the past several siurar. Now thov are talkimr of and Lena Owens have returned Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Todd return Mrs J W. Proctor is putting more tax on our Green and other officers endeavor to find months. visit to their ed to East Bernstadt Sunday a few days from out exactly how many people at- quite sick, and her recovery is ville tobacco and now the ten cent cousiu, Miss Docia Wells of Cin- after several days visit wih relatended the fair. After working considered very doubtful. Allen plugs are so thiu that you can cinnati. -- Ere the Christmas bells tives here. Mr J. P. Mullins is day and night for several weeks Hiatt, of Quail, was in town, Wed- read the Coustitutiou thru them shall wring. We believe there very sick at this writing. H. D. we at last came to the conclusion nesday The Kockcustle Milling and steak, beef steak, never was will be four weddings m our little Burnett of Lynn Camp spent the that it was useless to further the Co. is about ready to start their so high since the cow jumped town, but we don't think it advislatter part of lust week with Mr. investigation as it was found that new plant. The buildings are over the moon. L. H. Rice, of able to give names so early, yet and Mrs. O L. Hatcher. Several the ticket seller ran out of tickets complete and most of the machin- Pari.1, is visiting home folks this we will put jou all wise later. from here attended the Baptist the second day, that the people ery is said to be in its proper place week Wonder what makeb our Mrs. T. Omary has returned Association at Freedom last week. wme so anxious to get Ihru the and cu!v a few enrectious are to old friend James Sims vNit Liv- from J. few days visitwith relatives a O. J. Mullius was in Somerset gate that he had no time to secure be made, and everything will be in ingston so much? Ju&t wait and atjellico Tenn. John Lear of one day last week. He is treated Wheat is coming in we will investigate the used tickets from the gate- ruadiness. Quite a Carico is attending the State fair by a specialist there and is rapidkeepers, and bad given orders to daily, and it seems that there will number from this place are visitwho ly improving. Wm. H. Brown Mat Woodall this week Sensational Bargains in admit all with or without the pas be no scarcity of it. We predict a ing the State fair. Well we don't Vi !i unnd nosition with the L & .lames Blanton a span of sold k word, ho all we know is the peo- successful future for this great want to go, Mt. Vernon's fairis N. R. R. Co at Knoxville, is with oung mules for 150. Mr. and Shoe , Clothing, Dry The seventeen Hour mill. The Rev. A. J. Pike good enough for us. W. H. ple were here. Pen- Mrs. H. C. Jones of Irvine, are relatives here Miss Cleo Goods, acres ve had provided, thinning is Holding a series or meetings ai Krueger is treating hib property nington has returned trom London with bis parent here for a few was ample space for Kentucky the Oak Hill Baptist Church, as- to anew coat of paint.- - J. A. this Hardware and where she has been visiting her days. Dr. G. B. Lawrence was day at the Slate Fair, was filled sisted by the Rev. D. Edgar Childress was in Crab Orchard fathor, Mr. Sam Pennington. Saturday. in Mt. Vernon last so full that there was not room Allen- .- Miss Gnrlrude Roberts Tuesday. Clyde Clancy has Mr. U G. Baker the prince of Mrs. D. R. Gentry visited relatives for a cross eyed man to "bat his who has been sick so long is re moved his family here from Paris. merchants was here from Mt Just received a new car of at Quail last Sunday. Smith eve " The investigation shows ported sradually improving Wonder what has become of Vernon Tuesday. A full blooded the Old Unliable, best of all Weaver of Clarence, spent Saturconclusively that the fair with all Uuclle Alex Tyree, JahnH. Wil-- j Brodhead corresponder? Has he with Mr. Iudiau gave a lecture here on the day night and Sunday she had to undergo, being tne hams and A. J. Sutton are among j been to Cincinnati to? And Old American Fence street Tuesday night The Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Misses first attemot under the new name, the distinguished carpenters that, Level Green, the carden spot of E. K. Pike preached at the Chris- Ola and Kate DeBord were in Mt. at lower prices than ever facing all kinds of opposition, are wirkmg for the Kockcastie the world m our estimation is. sitian church Tuesday night. He Vernon Sunday. W. P. Burnett setsold for .in Rockcastle false reports and numerous Milling Co. John Riddle, the lent that place that is ever sweet is moving his family to Falmouth, of Somerset was thru here good and has some mill man from Walnut Grove, was to our memory where County. Now is the time backs, made we stent and agreed to hold services here Wednesday calling on the mer to buy your Fence. to spare. It will be remembered in town during the week. Mr. our boyhood days, the place where on that night. A large crowd chants aud stayed over night with and third days were and Mrs. C. C. Howell were the we took our first lesson that the first in old came out to hear him and he is a his sister, Mrs. Wm. H. Brown.- anything but "fair days, but we guests of Mr. aud Mrs Robert blue back, the place where we E. Woodall J. W. Mullins of Livingston, was splendid speaker. J. all now realize that had these days Parigin, of near Crab Orchard, spent the better part of our hve's the hustling salesman of London, here Wednesday to see his father been as favorable as the second we Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton and where sleeps our old school Chas. who remains very was in our town Tuesday. sick. Miss would have been busy until this was in Louisv'lle during the week, master and several of our plav Rice who was hurt a few days ago Fanny MctCinney is spending the good hour counting our money. and attended the State Fair. W. mates, but things are changed and to come week with her sister, Mrs. W. L. in a wreck will be able After concluding the investigation L. King: one of Rockcastle's best not what they once were. No Simon home in a few days. Walter at Somerset. I waited a few days to see if you farmers, living near Gum Sul wonder we repeat the solemn Browning has entered school at DeBord entered school at Berea. Jones ha were going to say anything, ex- phur, was in town Wednesday words, backward, turn backward, Stanford. Mrs. Oscar Argen- r Hill McMullins is very sick of cept repeat what I had said, about R. S Shivel and B. A.Yadon, who oh time in vour flight make mp n. been very sick for typhoid fever. Mr. aud Mrs. A. bright who has Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, having a big fair at Brodhead, and recently formed a partnership in child again, just for -are a few days is greatly improved. of Mt. Vernon, Cummins failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. now I am ready to report the lat the well drilling business, finished For the last few weeks it looks fvcs. Pat. Cook and sister, Miss with friends and relatives here We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of est happenings. foot well for Doug, like Livingston was about to get a sixty-seveGeorgia Woods of Richmond are this week. Charley Hasty has Men's, Ladies", Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and Dr. and M rs W. F. Carter were Brown on what used to be Uncle back in the old rut that she vas visiting their mother, Mrs. James returned from Osborne, Kansas, Thurs- Bill Roberts' farm, near Gum n Oxfords that come 'from the best manufacturers in the visitors at the State Fair, aud it grieves us to think Woods of this place,-- J. B. Jones months stay. There We proafter several AT OUR OWN PRICE. whole country day. J. W.Tate was in Louisville phur, and left him with forty feet that we had such a quiet little and Tack Carpenter will leave in a will be a convention at Burnette's to witness of good cold water, aud thev claim town, just only a few weeks customers to reap the benefits of this pose to allow our the first of the week ago few days for Bloomington, III., for Chapel next Suuday.- - There will remarkable purchase. Colonels defeat the Beat-catto strike only the best water iu all but in the last few weeks, the a few days visit J. S. Caloway be exercLes all day. Every one and nephew, Mrs. C. F. Watson drilled, and are attempting pot has been broken into, two them loose for spot cash "only shall Reynolds, are visiting rela- to prove that by one J R. Cass, ' stores have been broken iuto, and was in Cincinnati one day last invited. Frank specialist. J. B , week to consult a . i .1 ii u, tives near Lancaster this week uy wno nau .. wen uniicu u.. uiieui u one dwelling inouse been robbed. days Ashcr A Candidate W. H. Sowder recently purchased few days ago. If you want that There is some one or some parties Donallv after spending a few Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. For State Senator. in Knoxville has returned home his store is Idnd of waterj see th em. the property where We aie practicyl Retail men. We know BARGAINS guilty of ail this and they should Hon E. G. Asher who repre Alvin Reynolds has begun the ucuwu trom iurs. locaxea are what you want and, By George, we are going to see be caught anddelt with according erection of a new cottage on the seuted the 93rd Legislative Dist. has taken off the for $500. He to the law. We were thinking that you get 'em . HOW'S THIS? ground where his other was burned (composed of Bell, Harlan, Leslie, second story and is extending the that we had the best little town in tTT IU. f.,a Umirlnrrl building some twenty feet and J. H. Browning was iu Stanford and Perrv counties) in the lower Reward for any case of Catarrh the mountains but we will take it Monday. We were asked several house of the General Assembly of when completed will add much to that cannot be cured by Hall's back now and hopethet in the near days our Kentucky in the year 1912, was lew convenience of the building as a Catarrh Cure. ffz?:Z.!::Z:ZIZZZZaaaaaaaa future that Livingston can again time in the last here this week and stated that he F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. store room. A severe storm sevwould be a candidate for tht Re- We, the undersigned, have eral vears ago moved this building . T. nomination for State nnblLan ... nearly off the foundation, and left known F. Chenev for the last II ... and believe him perfect I. 15 years, , Seuator in the primary next Au ,, hllqin bpI B the wal.s badly out of line, and for . . a tmns nrflh Dis gust, from the 17th Senatorial Mr. Sowder found it nctionsana financially able to car that reason .. trict. composed of Bell, Knox,' necessary to remove the second ry out any obligations made by 7 .Jackson, Rock of Odis his firm. Whitley, Laurel, story Born to the wife fN NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, baby, a few.days ago. castle, Pulaski and McCreary Frith, a fine Toledo, O. counties. He stated that his Mrs. John E. Evans and childHall's Catarrh Cure is taken informal announcement would be ren, of Lexington, are with her ternally, acting directly upon the "ALL THE NEW THINGS ALL THE TIME." A. T- - Pike, blood and mucous surfaces of the made soon after the first of the parents, Rev. and Mrs. year i9i5. Asher was recognized Mrs. R. E. Albright has beei system. Testimonials sent free and Mrs. Price ?5 cents per bottle. Sola by as one of threading Republicans with her parents, Mr. all Druggists. You Buy." in the "We Stand By What on the floor of the House H. L. Tharp, at Junction City, Take Hall's Family Pills for He has had Mrs. JJames constipation Session of i9i2. Mr. and recently manv vears of experience on tne Maryville, Mo., and Mrs. Hastyrof m Liberty, Ky., stump as a public speaker tor his George Prewitt, of party. He is an aggressive cam- are with relatives here this week. ""S3'tt tili!rtw2!522Ss naiener and will have strong . Mrs. Hasty and Mrs. Prewitt are FOR FLETCHER'S The right Spot tn Mt. Vernon ZZZSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa;. . ..... C. backing for the nomination of Mis. J. A. Farris and sisters It has been some C DeborcL -r.-st- ra.icnn ILtlWU i v- - Ixt.t Iri- t.llP -w Hf dfc I e ,! ' III I s. (. j - -- -- Ml; lilfllr f : ). That are Unusual ffe and Extraordinary ... ........ .......... eiiatoiiotiitttiiiiiiittiiii(otitii( W . ir their i'i i ! ,. Ii ni ililli it I in i -- " " "'lj1' We cannot too strongly Pi-ic- e -- , emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. O&r prices average 25 to 50 per cent REGULAR BELOW PRICES Groceries, Hats, Furniture I! SPECIAL I Bargains it Shoes turn t. n Sul-0ncei- s. de-wel- ls 1 1 j:ui ... We in NOW GET BUSY. (!!::::::::::; -- 1 .v..v-,See Fish's Line Before You Buy SWANN HATS a BATES SHOES .ifoh Firl" r BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest Store Children Cry OASTO R1A . MtTvERNON Friday, Sept. net profits. Another item ot the The rovival service goes stead- or bad roads to the farmer, Jiy on. cost which is often overlooked, is that The spectacle of beholding man SAYS VON KLUCK Published every F1 iday by haul his products to and womar responding to the' ho must EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. markets when the roads are not in earnest pleading of Brother Mil- HAS SURRENDERED their best condition with little re-- . ier ceases to be sensational. The $I.OO gara as to whether ONE YEAR prices arejrospel as preached by him is U nSCUIFTICJN hauling at ing what be believes it will do. ' or whether with work on Uu knows it will save souls The Dispatch From Dieppe Says GerAdvertising tatcs made known on that time mans Lost Many Men and the farm. With good road-- - he gospel is the power of God unto application loads in s hi. tion, now and forever. In jean not only haul heavier Much War Material. time but. except as to p-- r- j this faith he preached to the tent shorter MBMBHR OF commodities, he can mar-lce- t audiences, which sometimes crowd KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ishable his products when prices are the seating capacity. People are GROWN PRINCE IS REPULSED most favorable and can do his haul interested and responsive The splendid choir of young ing when it is most convenient in Attempt to fa I Sf is too people are an inspiration to minis- Teutons Forced Back ;.ud even when the ground Break Through Lines of Allies Beter and audience, and the clear wet for work in the fields. tween Verdun and Toul Kaisadvantages of mingling of childlike voices in er's Rorces Rally and Fight. 'The manifold an improved highway in reducing songs of praise must be a delight London, England, Sept. 16. The ocDEMOCRATIC TICKET. the cost of dray age, facilitating to angelic choirs, and a respon cupation of Reims by the allied troops For U. S Senator -I- .tinjr Term intercourse, promoting sive anthem of praise we may was announced by the official press busocial of Frankfort. J. C, V. and church attendance, agtne ascends to a throne of grace. reau here. For U. S. Senator Short Term expediting rural mail delivery, in .Suffer little children to come unto London, Sept. 16. A Reuter disJ. M. C:iiti(kii, nf Versailles creasing the value of farm lands, Mt: and forbid them not, for cf patch from Ostend says that 20,000 For Congress Nat B. Sew ell, of !omloii. and promoting agricultural devel such is the kingdom of heaven, is Germans have evacuated Alost in orthe German forces beautifully illustrated in child der to that are fighting in that vicinity. Campaign opnient back from the railroads The Democratic State song and child life. Monday are so great that thev need but to will open at Souier.-e- t As was stated last week, Mt. London, Sept. 16. Hard fighting bea conSept. ifcth. For the first time in be enumerated to present tween the Germans and the allies is Vernon has not had the opportunin progress north of the River Aisne, the history of the state a Demo- vincing argument in favor of ity now offered for the saving of and all along the line. will be road improvement. cratic state campaign The army of the German crown 'Since several ytars ago when souls and a forward movement in opened in the Eleventh District. christian activity. New li'e, new prince, making up the German cenThe Democrats of Pulaski county the Southern Railway Company, courage, ter, has been driven farther back. renewed hope, and a in conjunction with the U S. AgThe allies have occupied Rheims, nre making extensive preparation ricultural Department, and State brighter vision of tho possibilities taking 600 prisoners and capturing 12 for the ev e it There will be a of united effort among our people. guns. big free barbecue and dinner at and local authorities, operated This official information was given Uves there a man, out today by the government press the Fair Orourds. The speakers over its lines a good roads train, With soul so dead, bureau. rrying machinery and lecturers, will include, ox Governor .1. C. W Says Von Kluck Has Surrendered. Who never to himself hath siid r building M central points Beckham. Democratic nomine London, Sept. 16. A Central News This is my own, my native roads-- , there has been disptach from Dieppe, France, says: UniWd States Senator, (Long Jcl-lessotjwn. my Term) Johnson N.Utundeii. Dem j very substantial progress in the brethern inhome my peopie, my "Reports have reached here that the the Lord, whom I re- allies' extreme left, ufter making an ocratic nominee for United Suite- -' B,K,d roads movement thruout the Roys encircling spect ? whom we want saved? It and Ham, movement by way oftroops joined forces with Senator (Short Term) Hon Rolin South' This was accelerated in is. the home of our church, the from behind Bologne and compelled Hurt, Democ.atic nominee for loll by the operation of another place or plaaes where we meet to General von Kluk to surrender. Aclva(ls trnin Judge of the Court of Appeals. Urod report, General worship. Are we not enlisted in cording to one men; according to von anKluk lost 14,000 Hon. Nat Sewell. Democratic W1U1 tllc u- - a- - ueparune.it 01 Ag army of the Lord? Are we other 25,000 men. Both say he lost Congress, Senatoi riculture and the American High-wa- v the nominee for many guns and much war material." Association. The interest of not commanded To go into all Ollie M. James. Governor antes and preach the gcod news By FRANKLIN P. MERRICK. B. McCreary and A. O. Stanley tbe Soiithei n people in good roads to every c re it tire? has been thoroughly aroused and and ethers. Prominent Democrats We are beginning in Mt. VerCrown Prince Is Repulsed. from all sections of Kentucky will in many localities the country Paris, Sept. 16. The center of the non to preach, teach, individual!). German army, composed of the forces attend. Ten thousand peorleare highways have been highly imexpected. A band of twenty one proved and are being adequately Our lives ought to be a sermon; under the crown prince, has taken the everyday. Every one who has offensive against the French troops, pieces has been engaged to turn-i- s maintained. stretched along the Meuse between ' thiuk it is fortunate for the named the uame of the Lord, Verdun h music all day livery Demoand Toul in an effort to break South that the American Road thes-- who have taken his name through, but has been repulsed. This crat that can do so should attend upon them, who have accepted information was conveyed in an offfrom this county. A famous bur Congress of 1914 is to be held in him as their savior may teach, icial statement. The evident intention of the crown 00 muster has been engaged to Atlanta. This will unquestionab prepare the dinner. Speakinir lv be one of the most important and iu living a life of consistent prince is to pierce the French lines love, preach the gospel so that his army can form a junction will begin in the mominsr and last1 gatherings ever held in the fcouth brotherly with troops eist of Ihe Meuse. most pfllctively. 'emulates. 11, win bring together all day. The following is the official anThe tunes are anspicious, our nouncement: "Tho crown prince's the official heads of the State A little country paper that con Highway Departments, the fore- - duty is plain, the business of sav army attempted to break through the Meuse between Veidun arid stantly harps on politics stud pot- - most experts in road construction ing souls is einminent and urgent has bombarded Troyon whichToul. He resisted ing-jiband may God have mercy on us ii valiantly. The German forces were at the administration in and maintenance, and other only makes laughing stock er.-- in the gooc' roads movement we, knowing our duty fail to do repulsed. "It is believed in well informed cireither lor 01 of itself with people ol common in each Statu for an exchange of it. All of us are cles that the German army will reagainst the work of the Lard. We treat into the grand duchy of Luxem.sense. It were better that such ideas as to the beU methods of put their efforts toward nancing road construction and are either in the seivice of God or burg and into the Belgian province o( county affairs, load building buildingand maintaining the best mammon; we are either drawing Luxemburg, and endeavor to rally behind their fortified positions." schools etc., and leave a good por-- I types ol country highways. Its nigh to a state of salvation or we lion of national affairs to bo guid- exhibits of road machinery and of are going farther and farther away By FRANKLIN P. MERRITT. ed by men highei up who are paid model roads will be highly educa- The Gospel invitation is calling Army Under Von Kluk Rallies. to day, and Who for carrying on the business. tional and it can not but serve to calling Paris, Sept. 16. Supported by This stuff, gotten off by some increase interest in the good roads soever will, may come. from Belgium the right Mauy are who will wing of the retiring German army un engralt a movement thruout the South " calledall pnpdrs only tends to General von Kluk has rallied and obey, all who will r espond ' villJ deeper rooted prejudice in the is giving battle to ihe allies north of COUNTY COUR1 ORDE be chosen. minds of some readeis and does no the river Aisne. Further to the east Whereas on the 24th day of The tent meetings will come to north of Rheims, the Germans are also good whatever. Aug- - i9i4 a petition was tiled in a close, the nightly appeals will resisting, but the retreat east of the the office of the County Court cease in Mt. Vernon, the preacher Argonne forest is reported to be con American Road was the situation along tlnuing. Cleik of Rockcastle County sign will go to other fields where the the front This today so far as could In advices from the scene gathered Congress ed by 2o legal qualified voters f harvest is ripe and laborers are so action andby government reports. or voting precinct No. 2, known as few, oh: So few. Here in Mt. Statements issued by West Mt. Vernon asking a sub- Vernon there is work for all, for war office are confusing. the French Regarding the public roads as mission of the question, whether An announcement made in this city an indisputable part of the trans- cattle or any species thereof shall every soul. mortly before midnight said: Enter now into the sprvice, my portation system of the county, be permitted to run at large in Germans Make Stand. The enemy appears to make a stand supplementing its railroads and said voting precinct in said coun- brethren, my sisters. Let lawyers merchants, editors, elders, dea- tlong the River Aisne. On the center, waterways, President Harrison, ty. It is now ordered of the Court cons, teachers and every one to dmilarly, it would seem as If the of the .Southern Railway Company that a roll be opened in said votiug whom God has entrusted, one, two nemy intends to resist on the heights takes an active interest in tho good precinct at the general the northwest and north of Rheims. election five or ten talents, put them into to Another official statement, issued He is roads movemout. to be held in said precinct on the service preach, pray, live for Jesus omc hours earlier in Bordeaux, said of the Ante icin High-wa- y "On our left the enemy appeared 3rd day of Nov. i914 for the purAssocia'i m and will be one of pose f ascertaining the will of the and his church. to the north of the Aisne, betweei V. Complegne and Soissons. a line of the speaker at the Fourth Ameri- voters oiaid Precinct, upon the iefense which he has been forced to can Road Congress in Atlanta, the question whether or not cattle or ibandon. In the center, likewise, the wed: of Nov. 9 th. lermans had prepared a defensive poany specie thereof shall be permitsition behind Rheims, which they Speaking of the relation of the ted to run at large iu said voting were unable to hold' country higlftvay the railroad, Mr. precinct. The significance of this discrepancy 'Whatever may Harrison said: Is that the statement announcing a G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. German stand was the later one Isdestination of the Copy Attest, be the final sued. farm produt, their 'irst moveS. P. Bowman, C. it C. C. An unofficial report to the effect r. SI6NALl:X: Z, 't 1914 i THE BIG TENT. j LONDON REPORT , iuU-rfere- s j j i ' -- 'i--- j ' im-scho- Hc-klin- beyond doubt it i3 too early to claim : decisive and overwhelming v. 101 fo the allies. Hy masterly strategy th Germans have been able to keep tli main lines of their vast army intaci although thousands of soldiers over come by exhaustion or unable to fin their way have fallen into the hand of the French and British armies, a well as a vast amount of munitions supplies and armaments. The Ger man army is far from shattered. am according to official admissions ii Paris, the only rection of the Gerniai grand army which now seems to b iii danger of being cut off from th other columns Is that of the Germai crown prince, which is in the regioi of the forest of Argonne. Because o' the rugged nature of the country ii that district and the stubborn resist ance of the crown prince's soldieib this section was left farther in froo than the balance of the German line The army of General von Kluk supposed to hao received a Mip ply of fresh ammunition for boil small arms and artillery. The extreme left wing of tho Frenel army, which is officially known as th Fifty army, has now advanced to point slightly northeast of Amiens the main body resting around tha city. It has been part of General .Toffre's strategy to keep this arm moving east and north as rapidly to keep hitting at the north western extremity of the German line From the information received b the French general staff it is evident that the Germans have either filed back into trenches which had beei used previously north of the Aisne or else had been able to prepare defensive works from which to face tin . s Hie there'll be Kijrf after you've rputmore this du greatest in i"?iSy Makes money so fast that C? v &S3S3 flmir .1 rfriv- - Ti. 'irnvn millms- ovorvbodv around WiTaBJ you. They all use Hour. And with this wonderful little lf "Midget" Marvel fr SELF-CONTAIN- i:i.i ?.. 11 . I..:- ..1. .:. mill vvjD ,:. :a fca- JL' - gf Tr.T.Ta vlW iUU$ "Aaf inunity. i YOU Can (JUK 11 Ky U11U up U uzy m ,,', irill Er;c-l-s the crmtnmK - artiiiiii:jit A mi i vnAx-'ll 2urtfit4 Ht rpvnlutiOrlztil the mill 11 ic . IllVUUlUl jnjr olivines. i. compifie roner iiour nun m ww gi.ianc3imuujufc i ub. wiw uu " i. ) ROLLER FLOUR MILL Juu- ir.r uwur or u- Kv the jcreat . - - "A. Otttvol of mutil Setter Flour Cheaper" un opt i utc it. n IN i'Wirtoo. V.titut. r ti i' 11 '- f-a- n Any one the lar -- . st Grinds ryeandback 7' y jy-M- No Prst'ioua Killing Experience Necessary JrPl - iS ,,r. gssi iFir --EKsss-t-1 - Git a Mn'gef'on juiam tr.al money uac-- Euarin:e, Jjutmu. h to -- -- & - 5a gy w K s- - ra IT 1 "SS1 l"r-- &?n r -- allies. By FREDERICK 4i UH a Th. stcrv of a Wonder ful Flour Mill ' tellintr T7?f (ilK,rti ftroifivmp uclth il and what you, yourself, w!r- a i0 - V v w can do. ia' J ""' ig s.SWf" ix.x' MMa ANGLO-AMERICA- N MILL CO.. Inc. i 517 Trust Bids. 0eijin.Xy WERNER. I'1 ' ob-fo- n Drive French From Alsace. Berlin, via Copenhagen, Sept 10. It was officially announced hert that General von Heeringen, takiir-thoffensive In Alsace, has driven tli French out of that region, forciin sEJ 4i $ih- ' j "EiWw" """"-- 1 ID e 7 crfi DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery usins a B j tin-worl- d e ! them westward through the passes o the Vosges. Fighting is still going on northwest of Altkirch, north of Bel fort and aiound Giiomagnj. It is learned that, after the surrend er of Longwy, the German cioui prinoe had an interview with th French commander, during which th latter tendered his sword iu token o' defeat. The crown piince was furiou but he had been informed that th French had used dumdum bullet contrary to the rules of war. His fac was Hushed with wrath ab ho graspei the swoid and, contrary to all military custom, broke it over his knee. "I must take your sword but you fought us dishonorably," said the Get man commander angrily. "Your sol 'Hers used dumdum bullets agains' us." Tho French commander denied that his troops had used bullets but the German soldiers are reported to have found some of these bullets among the munitions of the fort. soft-nose- d ff 3 uzm, g--er ? n & a a-- B-H- m Combination Pneumatic Sweeper x . 1 1 - l f ; if" fe&j fr"$ x z i Pi v - HI .' fro-- n Release from broom tJiudgery the strain of moving and lifting furmruie end from the dangerous scattering of dust and germs that are raised by tha use of the broom and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can be attained by the use of the Dunt.cy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, vvhich, Jthough easily operated by hand, creates powe:fui suction force .h:ch draws out all the dirt and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint. pins, threads, ravelings. etc. THE OUffllEY SWEEPERS are made m three sues and sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try a Dunt-Ic- y in your own home for 10 days Free of Charge. For more detailed Information write TOD'Y 1 gaj rr ct - ' r T 1 Agents Wanted Dunttei Pneu.i.atic Sweep-- r G501 S. State Street CHICAGO Co j mi -" By BURTON L. FRAZIER. ''m!"""''' SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION , sn r lead-pow- er to-da- y . says: "Attempts of German officials tc hide the truth about the war have proved futile. The real facts are pene trating Berlin from Switzerland and Southern Germany. Absence of detailed news Is creating a panic. "The Socialist paper Vonvaerts complains that the ranks of German unemployed are increasing owing to the French and British prisoners being used as railway, road and field workers. It states that 100,000 Germans have thus been ousted by prisoners working as government laborers at various kinds of outdoor work." From Goneva comes this dispatch' "After several days silence, which has aroused anger in Berlin, no men tion is yet made of the Jbattle of tin Serious demonstrations con Marne. tinue in Germany, the people insist ing on knowing the truth from the kaiser himself, who has suddenly become silent." TAX ON Claim Btrlin Is Gloomy. London, Sept. 10. Dispatches from Copenhagen and Geneva declare thai gloom prevails in Berlin and that a serious condition is developing in the German capital. A Copenhagen dispatch to the Star I 1 GIN CIIATI AND RETURN $? gjRfl'DU SapT. 27th TtyMsawei u J oO s HS5HB-SS I 14I t 1 I Trip Round ISS1$1 &pj-w-fc.rTi- Round Trip " '! SPECIAL TRAIN K IK' Leaves H IIIBHIIII JUNCTION C3TY 5:35 a.m. M ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. II iPiiBHIII M - rM.H.BJ-lJJL- " " J.C.MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER pits ?3dlgPMi FOS "SECRET REMEDIES' Dr Wiley Says They Are Sold at Enor mous Prices, and if Taxed, Vould Bring Big Revenue. Washington, Sept. 1G. ''Secret rem edies" should be made the subject of a heavy tax, in the opinion of Dr Harvey V. Wiley, former chief chem 1st of the department of agriculture ile sent a letter to Representative Underwood suggesting the tax. Doc rem tor Wiley declared these cdies are sold at enormous prices and if taxed, would bring in a big rev enue. "This very extensive cation is a threat to the health and welfare of the people of the whole country," the doctor added. Doctor Wiley also favors an additional tax of from 25 to 50 per cent per gallon 011 all rectified spirits used for beverages. Soft drinks, especially those containing caffein, and fortified wines should be heavily taxed, he believes. He especially is anxious to have taxed mills manufacturing bleached flour, and he believes the bleaching process dangerous to health. x d iS? aauTi i i Ul j Vice-Preside- nt KITCHEN ji w2 Stanford, Ky. 1 1 self-me- di COOKING UTENSILS of tho best quality at very reason able prices may be found litre in Tlie greatest great assortment. always be exercised of care should to keep all cooking utensils clean, and for this purpose. Aliuniinum or Granate is by all means the best. ThecoM is a little gieater at first, but it cheaper in the end to buy good ware at a tail" price, than the i Ia ? n k -- ment must be over the country road and if the farmer Is to receive the largest measure of benefit from good roads the policy should be adopted of improving those highways which radiate from market towns and shipping stations and over which the farm ers must haul their products. The profit which will be earned by the farmer may depend largely upon the condition of the road from his farm to a shipping station. Statistics compiled by the U. S. Department of Agriculture show that the cost ot hauling farm products to shipping points over bad roads is a disproportionately large part of the total expense of their transportation to market. This is not always iully realized by the farmer, but if he will take into account the time of himself and his team, and the wear and tear on his vehicle and harness made nec essary by a larger number of trips "With smaller loads, he will find Sept. II-4- L picks at the nose, starts in the sleep and grinds the teeth while sleeping it is a sure sign of worms A remedy for these parasites will he found in WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE It not ouly clears out Ihe worms, but it restores health and cheerfulness. Pjice 20c "per bottle. Sold by John Robins. Brodhead, Ky. If your child is pale and sickk, with good taste. Then get this fact. Phoenix Silk Hose, for men or women, gives all that may be asked richness and style perfection and answers every requirement of true economy. Phoenix Silk Hosiery is the in style and value knitted from real Thread Silk in all ui-m- that Maubeuge had been relieved and 12,000 Germans had been taken prisoners there was In circulation here, Such a debut lacked confirmation. velopment at Maubeuge would compel the Germans to retire through the narrow gap flanked by Maubeuge and Verdun, If they continued their re- Mount Vernon Monumental cheap bargain store kind at any price treat. surprisingly low. the wanted colors priced Strayed A cow, solid red color, smooth, weight about 1,000 pounds, wore bell with home made chain collar, right bag largest. Notify and receive reward. J. H. Clark. Pine Hill, Ky. VI ' ,1 PURE" J! HOENl5T Chamberlain's Liniment It you are troubled with aches, pains or soreness of the muscles, you will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment. Many "ufferers from rheumatism and siatica have used it with the best results. It is especially valu able sor lumbago and lame back. For sale by all dealers. -- .SILK. ratfJiHir.'Klll FOR k 4 Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A 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. of Plato Burton and Purcell section, sold ,34. head cattle at Stanlord Monday at a fancy price. a report received at the war office, General Freiz, a German division comFOUND, the place to buy Spectacle:, mander, attempted to commit suicide when ordered to retreat, but was taken ami Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Goldj prisoner. Silver ami Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes tested Free. Years of experience. Diarrhoea Quickly lured J- - Ca "My attention was first called Chamberlain's Colic Cholera to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. and Diarrhoea Remedy and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as COX BROS. STOBC " NOTE It had bean officially announced by the German government In Berlin last week that Maubeuge had been captured from the French and that 40,000 prisoners and a largo number of guns had fallen Into tha hands of the Germans. Too Early to Claim Big Victory. While official reports are optimistic , Oa Oa Suicide Preferable to Retreat. Bordeaux, Sept. 16. According Opptsite Court limine, COX, to rUNs of ana and Granite Monuments of all Estimates fiirnislied kinds. on application. Manufacturer MOORE GEO. OWENS Propr. Poue 112 " "I advised the 'boys' when they enlisted for the Spanish war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with T- -r them, and have received mauy thnnks for the advice given,"' 8 writes J. H. Houghland, Eldon, & ill. VERNON, KY, whether person Iowa. "No traveling or at home should be Q Fron tRooms over Baker's Store without this great remedy." For sale by all dealers. ap Dentist r . 'C. MT. iSf-OFFICE. AilllalQ, VERNON. KY. - On 2nd. floor fo ATTORNHY-AT-LA- TheBank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention giveti to collections. 33X3C Phone No. 8o, r y New hats Boone" Bowman is now a welcome citizen of Mt. Vernon. Born to the wifo of Cas Cox a Bel1 (l Lex tine hoy. Mrs Ma,gcl' te Mt. Vkknon, Ky, bept. IS, 1914 ington is with her mother Mrs. All the latest magazines at the Franklin. Drug More. ,ve t.tj wan No. 70 toCiiimuun was thei Mi. Ruth I.nnHrilm OHte wltli SIGNAL Let Fish's clothe you once and Woman's Canning Clnb guesj at Fish's will clothe you always. State Fair. of Brush Tin Mi.iiv sind Risifi C Miss Georgia Bales ' . hand Creole, was .shot, thru the Mcbernm are in Louisville attend- M 'yesterday morning, when she mg the State fair. reached to catch a ,'tin that was -' flllling t() floor whiie sweeping air. ana Mrs. o. u. ICUtSVLLC i. NASHVILLC R R.CO nave returned iroin ineir nuuey- TIME TABLE. The big tent revival will close moon and are with Mrs. Sutton's The baptizing .4.59 pm fttlhel.t Mr p L. Thompson Sr Monday night. 22 ncith.. a in will take place Sunday afternoon, 24 norm .. 3:53 tlie prL.sent. Buckeye or at the elec23 .south ... 11:43 a w has been either at Col. W. N. Willhms ,.. Mrs. T w tric light pool Thete will be 21 South ... 12:19am . ., ..ll.t ..... ,....w. ....... thirty five to be baptized. I AS. Lasdrum, Agent. Van Winkle and other relatives here about Albert Allen and son W. R. have Phon: No. 8. oft for bis home in Aztec, New purchased a 150 acre farm in Mexico last Friday. MT. VERNON SIGNAL ' Daniel ! 79 "79 kMn $ It t;.c ! ' .... - ! ington for which they paid about So. per acre, making a total P K K S I) N A L Institute uext week. of $10,000. Albert Allen expects What grows between oru rows? to move his fitmily there soon. was in Uncle Johnny Reams Some new nifty neck Wear at from Dudley, Tuesday. Mt. Vernon will be connected with Lincoln county by turnpike Mrs. R. P Mullins was in Stan- Fish's today. in 9 ;, when seven miles of Boone ford Wedr.esday afternoo:;. Cooper Way will be constructed. Lincoln Union-Suitfjr men at Fish's. Born to the wife of Ftank county will build three miles of Wednesday, a tbie hoy. When you 'Junk of anytJing road south of Crab Orchard to 's E. Bullock, was one ol good to wear think of the sign fill in the cap. r piesentatives at the Fish's. Fou bALE: A house and about State fair. Mi. P. Q Gtiffin is making Wm. Bullock and son Herbert many great improvements to his 4 acres of land in Livingston, Ky. A bargain if sold at once, easy are in Louisville this week attend- west Main street property. terms. For further iutormntiou. ing the fair. Ladies get ihe Woman's Home call on or address me at Livings F. L. Thompson. Sr , was in Companion and Pictorial Review, ton, Ky. Louisville during the week to see now on sale at the Drug store. T. J. Pknnington. Sept. the big fair. Mr. James Johnson and Mis SIG. SAUTELLE'S, BIG SHOWS William and Joseph Corden, af Pittsburg, Pa., were in Mt. Ver Sat ah Herd were married in the Circus, Menagerie, Museum county clerk's office, yesterday non, Monday. Judge Ballard per and Wild West, will exhibit at James Leawll of Camp Nelson, afternoon. Mt. Vrrnon Tuesday Sept. 2flih forming the ceremony. Garrard county, was in town on Grand Free stree' parade. Two D M. Cress the popular young business yesterday. Ring Circus, 17 Cage Menageries, Mrs. Saiah Maret of Wildie, stock buyer of this county, sold 27 12 Riding a :ts, 7 Wire acts, 50 was with Mr. and Mrs. J. Fish two year old steers and 4 two year performances, 12 clowns. old heifers to J. M. Cress of during the week. The papers have been comolet-e- d Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gross of Preachersville, for the nice little and are now in the hands of the of 1002. Coal Creek. Teen., have been with sum parties in New York, who expect Jim Prewitt. a native of this to take over lco,ooo acres of' land Mr, and Mrs. Squire Kinley for a county, who lived in this place in the Southern part of the county week. Henry Wood Jr. and James Bel-do- 20 years ago was tound dead, with That the deal will be a go, there is two popular young Railroad his neck broken, in a cornfield but little doubt, and a week or ten men of Conway, were in town near Jellico. No clew was found days will tell the story. as to who did the killing or how it Wednesday. St. Petersburg, Russia, is a Mrs. Albert Hayes, of Siinms was done. Prewitt was a brother German name and the Cy.ir has or Sieve Prewitt who lives near Jl!., who has been visiting relachanged the name ol that .city and. Burr post office. tives in this county returned home in future is to be known as Petto Wednesday. Atty. E. R. Gentry met with grad. Other cities in Russia bearJesse Malone, who installed the the Good Roads people at Sjiate ing German names have also been electric liht plant, having com- Fair, also conferred with Mr rechristened to a Russianized pleted his vork, has returned to Terrill. State I.ad Commissioner form. getting pointers as to proper pro his home at Borden, Ind. Langdon Memorial opened ceedu.e in procuring state aid Monday with the brightest of pros Miss Jennie Morrow Miller college at Mlllersburg, Wed-- in the propositiou of connect:ug pects for another successful 3 ear. sday. Her brother, Lewis, ac Mt., Vernon and Crab Orchard by From week to week will, appesr a macadam highway in ill in. companied her tj Lexington. reports of the splendid work of NOTICE. this school, which is doing work Wal.er Miller was here during On Monday night, September not excelled by any and equaled the week from Afton, Oklahoma, Walter is well 21, 191a. Miss. Cora Wilson Stew- by few institutions of its class. on business. art, one of Kentucky's greatest pleased with his western homo. County Attorney E R. Gentry, Wm. V Poy nter, Jr., who has educators will address the County is at work, assisted by friends of I been visiting bis Uncles, Wm. and Teachers' Institute in Mt. Vernon, Boone Way, on a project for the Also Dave Poynter will leave tomorrow on 'Moonlight Schools." on Wednesday, September 23, building of the first i3 miles of for bis home in Jamestown, Ind. over the Lida E Gardner, Superintendent that proposed highway Attv. aud Mrs. Geo. G. Brock of Nicholas county, will address old Wilderness road from' Crab Orchard to Mt. Vernon. and little Marv Lucas Brock of The the Trustees of the county. Also move promises to be a successful London were with Mr. aud Mrs. all mothers requested to be presone and it is expected that autos W. H. Fish this week on their ent. All Trustees requested to be may be running over smooth highway 10 Louisville. present. W. A. B. Davis, Supt. ways into our town by October Lloj'd Maret takes this means of I9I5. thanking the neighbors for kind LIVINGSTON PRESBYTER IAN CHURCH ne.'S shown during his suffering In Kurpe, except Kngland, all The following strvices will be of the military units are planned with gun shot wound. The nice meals sent him by the ladies were held next Sunday: to contain twice as many men as duly appreciated. Sabbath School -- .:o a m. similar units in the American and Preaching service 11 a. m. Dr. Oscar Jones of Indianapolis English armies. The German, Saturday night at 730 o'clock Russian, French and Austrian is passed thru Tuesday in his Hup mobile enroute to London 10 visit the Workers Training Class will identical. Each regiment is made Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauis. He be heM This is of an iuter-deU1M)1 333 men and is commanded was pilot-- d over Wildcat moun- nominalional character and every. by a Colonel Three regiments of tain by Frank Brown, of London. Christian is invited. By request. 10,000 men, make up a brigade, Evan Levisay of Pennington a short lecture on the subject of which body is commanded by a pi'eced-in- g Major General. Two brigades or Gap, Va., and Robert Levisay of "Baptism" will be given, m the study of the Workers 20,000 men, make Middlesboro, are with relatives divisKit here. They were both raised .in Training Cbss. We invite you to ion with a Lieutenant General in charge, while two divisions, or this county and this is the first all services. Rkv. John M. Mac.mii.lan. 40,000 men constituted an trip Evan has made here in forty army jjjj corps commanded by a General. years Double Wedding:-M- r. Fred Judge and Mrs. S. D. Lewis, T. Mullins, member of the firm of Five army corps is supposed to J. Nioeley and daughter, Miss Woodall it Mullins, the successful make one army. Bonnie, Judge G. M. Ballard, Witheis merchants and Miss Katie Elmer Lechleiter, now repreCouuty-Attorne- y E. R. Gentry and Price, daughter of the 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 big State Fair. cessful teachers, were married at will accomplish. We know of no James Hasty, now of Nodaway the Rockcastle hotel Wednesday. young man who is reaping a greit-e- r county, Missouri, is here with his At the same time Mr. Geo. Bray, harvest for his efforts than wife visiting the scenes ol his son of R. L. Bray and one of the Elmer, and his friends who knew young men him when he was general Iaclcov childhood. He moved from this county's most county twenty seven years ago. and Miss Jalia Thompson, daugh- boy around Mt. Vernon are proud Boss Hasty, his brother is living ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomp that he is making such a brilliant on a farm near Skidmore, Mo, son were united in the holy bonds success Nine hundred a month of matrimony. Rev. J. Ross Mil- is not out ol the ordinary and four and is in feeble health. who is to be ler officiated in both services. hundred and less is a small months R. B. Mullins, Cashier, Judge L. W. Bethurum The happy couples left on the 5 business. He is comfortably lo offices in a director and one of the building o'clock train for Louisville and cated with committee and Neal Parrett, con other points to spend their honey uouisviiie ana on the special adtractor, left Wednesday for Ann moons and Jniay theirjourneys thru vertising sheet soon to be issued life be that of continued blessings by the Travelers Insurance Ville, Jackson county, to made ar Co., mnpements for the erection of the ailu . nappmess for , these . two his picture will appear as one of .,. , n new bank soon to be started at couP,es 0i uie eouuty s very nest the best and biggest writers repyoung people. resenting that company. that place. 1 1 Kntcretl at the Mt Veruon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. hs sicoud-cias- s Boone county.l2 miles from Cov- LOCAL llal-com- b, s Koclc-castle- lS-H- t. n, The annual session of thei The Louisville Herald of I51I1 the Association. The school is progressing nicely at this place; Baptist jn its State Fair items says: Rockcastle Missionary under the tutoiship of Mrs. Wallen. , Association which met at Free The Girls' Canning Club exhibit church" last - Tuesday, under the direction of Mrs. Helen -- Messrs Bradley Brown and Ben dom Wednesday and Thursday was an Wolcott, is particularly novel and Craig attended the singing here enjoyable affair. The first day inieresr.ino. Owitur to the fnet last Thursday nipht. -- There will H to Sunday that the girls competing lor prizes be a box supper at Maretburg was devoted entirely I (hool work. Talk, relative to have had the freight paid on their school house, Saturday night, inthe work, were given by Revs. entries they have sent only the September 25th. All cordially Pike, Carmical, Allen, Gooch, Fish most perfect samples. Jars of vited to come and bring or buy a v and Price. The latter is Field peaches, btautifully packed, beans box. Mr. and Mrs. Jop McCall Sec'y. of the Sunday School de- corn, cherries, ochre-a- ll manner visited Mr. S. Chandler near1 Associa- of vegetables and fruits are dis- Brodhead, Sunday. Mrs. Marsh-ban- k partment ol the General and family spent Saturday tion of Baptists in Kentucky. He played on the shelves, causing the gave 'some fine talk's on the "Grad- eyes of bystanders to open and night and Sunday with Mr. and! Mrs. Albert Hamlin at Mt.Vernon ' ed Sunday School'', together with their months to water. Sherman Owens returned to the talks, the singing by Freedom, The packing of these jars has Union and Brodhead schools, and been done by hand with only the Cincinnati after a few weeks with Mrs. Wick Thomp the big diuner on the grornd, the aid of the long spatula, made by home folks. It's an appeal to is very sick at this writing. day was a pleasant one although the boys ot the settlement school son the man who hunts the weather was a little autumn- at Hinduian. The regularity, for quality when he like and gloomy. however, with which the fruit has FOR FLETCHER'S The Sudav School convention, been put in suggests the mechanibuys. He always I which is a partof the associations! cal in almost every case. Mrs. finds it here in work, has, for more tliHij2o years Wolcott states that the girls who ROCKCASTLE QUARTERLY been helu on the first day of the do the packing in this manner are COURT association, thus causinjr the asso able to iret one and one-haltimes COMMISSIONER'S SALE ciation to consume three dajs. as much fruit in a jar as when it is J. M. Smith and This always has made it hard on put in the ordinary manner. Plaintiffs, Members of the canning clubs S. F. Smith the ladies in cooking and entertaining and it was unanimously who have won prizes in their own VS. SALF. & be counties have baen sent to Louis- Dan F. Miller and decided that this convention held on a flay by itself and May ville and are now being entertain- Hattie C. Miller Defendants. Jioth, 1915 selected as the day. ed by the State F.iir Committee. The undersigned Special ComMiss missioner for the Rockcastle Place not et named, but there These young girls are: will henceforth only be two days Rose Payne, of Davis County: Quarterly Court, will, are on the 5th of the association, pre per which Miss Mary Loveless, of Laurel, day of October, igi4, on the farm all wool and individwill be Tuesday aud Wednesday Miss Madge Maldon. of Whitley; of Jonas Pittman, near Level ual in pattern. Styles after the first Sunday in Sept next. Miss Estelle Vandermeer, of Mer- Green, Rockcastle county, Kenof great designers, The old officer of the associa- cer; Miss Ruth Landrum, of tucky, between the hours of 9 A. J. Rockcastle; Miss Eva Robinson, of o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., tion were re elected viz. fashioned into the Pike, Moderator; J. J. Painter, Christian; Miss Mary Tribell of ort'er tor sale the following delife of the garment Clerk; J. W. Helton, R. L. Smith, Madison; Miss Frony Connaway, scribed personal property, by workmanship and Wm Hur.-t-. Executive Board of Henderson; liss Maud Maim1 power Nagle boiler: R. N. Gooch, Pres , of S. S. Con- er, of Jefferson; Miss Maggie May that holds up. " " 1 20- Erie engine vention. J. J. Painter, Secretary. of Magoffin; Miss Bertha Bailej, mounted on Every suit Also a Surday School committee of Harlan, and Miss Kiddinger, of 1 Trever Heading Saw and Rig r and overcoat of three was appointed viz T. P. Muhlenberg. complete; guaranteed E. Drummond ot Livingston, J. 1 Drag Saw, complete; MARETBURG. 1" Meadows of Mt. Veruon and 1 Bolting Saw, complete: A good many from this place Owens, of Brodhead. It Byron 1 Edging Saw, complete: last will be their duty to look after t e attended th; Association All belting, line shafting, pulorganizing of Sunday Schools in week at Freedom. All report a leys, etc. pleasmt tuie. Miss Cathie Honk, TERMS: churches where there are none. H. C. Gentry was the only mem- who has been visiting friends and Said sale will be made on a ber of the association present who relatives at Lebanon Junction, has credit of Three months, bond We are glad to with approved surety, returned home. was in its organization in I870. at the rate 'Ihe next meeting will be held report Mrs. Barbara Houk, who of 6 per cent per annum from date with Mt. Zion (Oak Hill; church, has been very sick with typhoid uutil paid, having the force and Mrs. Cnas. effect of a judgment. fever cenvalescent. in 19 5. Bethurum visited friends and relaJ. J. Painter, CAM MULLINS, tives at Stanford from Wednesday . . Septv 14, 1SI4 Special Commissioner. until Sunday. Miss Myrtle Shue Sept. I5, 191-i- . mate was the pleasant guest of mum ib jnm lit mzm Miss Sibyl Bethurum from WedFOR FLETUER'S nesday until Friday, and attended h W You nIj I ; can dress better and J pay less J ' I But this isn't an appeal to the price hunter. j Chdrn Cry OASTO R A f FISH'S Special $15 Suits Overcoats Fabrics that to-wi- t: 30-hor- Boiler-portabl- 1 Children Cry m i en-tei- ed lg?r Jm wlS fS. iFstfS. j&&' - TfflVffc )tHU) RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Infrrmrdinte and Life State Certificates. Valid in sill PulilicSi hools i.f Kentucky. Special Courses r.nd Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term September 7. Second Term November Ifi Tliinl lieini 'rw,.. January 25. Fourth Term April School olciis . ....v. felE&tfW. I .Klii$h dajnondVSsS The doljx JSS .. Drop Tip fVH , lira Nfw Fads For Fall KyO&3C$ "' ' .., vuiugiiu i.i-i.-- j. ,;, CKAIUIK, 1'rtMiileiit. 30C$3S&3ccSg I I i Now fieaey For 'yftfJ You . I $ X w GRAMV j F nWFNA -' '- A s UNDERTAKER Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffin. Gaskets and Robes Mall, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled f ! i Ky sssjszssssZz' r, - I UHDBR TAKER ijk j&m to niiKM. jMWimmgm All Phone 94-S Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ( fceCCcCX :CD& yoflins furnished Hearse sen! to all parts of the County an-arm- orders by Wire PromptlyFilled MT. VERNON, KY All Kinds and Sizes lF M JA 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 MtVer non- - up-rig- -- Pictures Framed and Enlarged Kodak Pictures Finished. First-Clas- s Work Guaranteed Manis Building - up-to-da- Ej 11 li HI 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 . ! Saturdays ONLY OPEN Eberhar STUDIO The Bank of Mt. Vernon HiilTH'T "-'- p" ,r "" M trlan army struggling to save itself SPIRO. OU R MriHBUBUnUI Grca ney-Savi- ng Combination THE MT. VERXOX SIGNAL, TRE CINCINNATI WEEKIA' ENQUIRER, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SEMI-MONTHLTO-DAY'- S argains Al! Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family from annihilation, Russian troops have destroyed a large part of the commisSuuday school is progressing sary supplies of the enemy, according with a large to an official announcement made here nicely at Fnedom, Mr. Cal are threatening niimhpi in attendance. today. The Russians the entire line of communication of vin Noe from Knox county who tkft Austrians and may succeed in has been visiting; his cousin Mr. preventing them from retreat. By their sudden stroke directed Jarvis Noe has returned home. from Russian Poland over the Vistu- J. S. Helton bought a fine cow la the Russians have compelled the Halcomh. Mis R. Austrians who had fortified positions, from W. The Luticia Jonos from London to fall hack, being outflanked. crossing the San visiting lur sifter Mrs. James Noe Russians are now in force, capturing many guns and -of Quail, vis i- Children Cry for Fletcher's This BIG OFFER Consists of MAGAZINE, MONTHLY, BOYS' MAGARINE, MONTHLY, HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. prisoners. The destruction of the Austrian supplies was one of the most heroic exploits yet accomplished by the Russian trooDS. A company of cossack scouts swam the Vistula under the cover of darkness and succeeded in making their way along its banks to the neighborhood or the general head quarters. Scouts had learned the location of the Austrian supplies, which had been brought from Cracow by boat. The cossacks were able to move directly The guards stationed to thp scene. the boats were quickly dispatched at and then the destruction began. Supplies Are Destroyed. The cossacks blew up or set fire to 2 steamboats, 17 pontoons, 18 Miss Sallie Owens tied Miss Martha and Addie Hel ton Thursday night. Miss Dortby Owens visited Miss Addie Helton Sunday. W. H. Owens was m It. Vernon Monday on business -- Miss Bessie Albright was tin uest of Miss Lola Owens Sunday who hat Miss Robbie Capps, oeeu the guest of Miss Martin: McKinney for the past six week has rel timed to her home neu Flat Lick. J. S, Helton who has leen visiting relatives near Pain The fiiml Yosi Wxv Vlvsis Bought, uiul v,i'uh h.ts lec:i 'iiauiru vl v.sc for out" t Mass, 'm !v.u uic in .ti n in.ttlt untie? 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If you are at present the dato it exsires. from extended S the ab0;fe in your order, and your subscription will be Held Please remember our agreement with these publishers R M01TO lb, take right to withdraw this offer without furcher notice. Therefore, 01 afforded you. advantage uow while the opportunity is you will be recommend this offer to aU our reoders and feel satisfied we adv.se, We sample copies, but with the investment. It is impossible to send more "ban may be seen on display al our ofhce however, that they S Sh"ed connews each week, and fn the weekly Enquirer you will get in densed form the war news of the entire week. This of kr applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal li you want to keep posted on the war, place your order early. The Srgnalwill have from two to four columns of the latest war barges and a large number of smaller boats and rafts. The greater part of the supplies had not yet been unloaded, but the cossacks completed their task by burning all the military equip ment that they could find asnore. Having accomplished their task the cossacks again swam the river and rejoined the Russian army. They lost nnlv five men in the daring raid. The blow struck at the Austrians by the cossacks 1b expeoted to have tremendous effect. Among the supplies destroyed was a great quantity of ammunition as well as food. As fast as the Russian army advances into Galicia it repairs the railroads and uses them for military purposes. In railroad construction work alone 40,000 Russians are employed. As fast as the lines are put Into operation the guns captured from the Austrians are taken into the front and there turned against their former possessors. General Ruzski has reported to the war office that among the troops retir new-battle has returned home. -- 1 In ase ball game played hen Vednesday between Spiro an Level Green ending in favor o Spiro. 7 to 3. We are glad w enow that our boys can play ball ome back again, you Level Greet hnvs' Miss Nancv Helton wa; the guest of Miss Lora Dillingham Sunday. Miss Mattie Owens and Miss Jane Dillingham visited Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dillingham. Miss Bitdie Henslev visited Miss Uncle Mat Lula Owens Svnday hvenswho has been contined to lis room for the past sevet months is able to be out again.-Re- v. A J. Pike will fill his regi'-- r appointment at Freedom Sat-- u day and Sunday. Miss Bertha 1 entry visited Miss Mollie am Edna Owens Sundav. PareCnsfoiia is "-Southing Sjrnps. It is pleasant. It goric. Drops and other cuut.iins neither Opium, Morphine, nordestroysNarcotic AVonins snhstauec. Its age is its guarantee. It thirty years it all.ijs Feerishness. For more than Constipation, and Lfi'i'i in constant use for the relief of lias rinCuhnev, V. hul Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diari Inert". It ventilates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilaies Ihe Food, giing health and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Siotltcr'a Friend. aJ fAC What substitute fur Cantor Oil, harmless a z a pi jft Bears aCTHRl i'c a 5rff a a aa a " ALWAYS the Signature of sgSs1L Tli f. ind Yon Have Always Bought Sn Use For Over 30 Years C3MANV JJXmm, THE CgWTAUW NE WHEN YOU WANT Of CASTOR I A For Infants and Children-. AH Orders Must Be Mailed To The MT. VERNON SIGNAL I1 $ I'EOI'LKS $ BANK fl 4-- rnMAMP uu imno i I B nrrrflT uLrcHi ing upon Przemsl are about 55.00C Germans who were sent to help th Austrians. He declares that they wil be unable to take active part in tht fighting after entering Przemsl, a he will completely invest that strong hold and prevent any sortie. Austrians Claim Lemberg Victory. New York. Sept. 10. Dr. Frit? Flscherauer, Austrian consul, received the following wireless message from Count Berchtold, the Austrian minister of foreign affairs: "The battle at Lemberg was sucwhich were Our forces, cessful. placed along itad south of the Grodek road, beat back the enemy after five days' fighting and captured 10,000 Russians and numerous guns, but it was impossible to make full use of The Kind You Have Always Bought genera MU-.nAl- r rar vie? luioo Bears the Signature of S S37--i. C- tiCM - Farm implements GO TO local Travel Benefitted Trains 21 and 22 Extended A Straw $ will Show the ! Way $ ; 1 A N ARMIES the Wind Blows IN EAST PRUSSIA Teuton Commander Wires Kaiser Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ of Rout of Army of 175,000 Men. , the success because our northern wing near Rawa was endangered by overwhelming Russian forces, not to speak of new Russian forces marching against General Daniel's army and Into the interval between this army and the Lemberg war theater. "On account of the strength of the enemy it was found necessary to col lect our armies, now fighting with lit tie rest heroically for three days, into a favorable position and prepared them for new action." BANK $ SwelHnjrs of the flesh caused by CASUALTIES ARE HEAVY inflammation, cold, frrctures of BUSS the bone, toothache, neuralgia or Another the Czar's Troops, 60.C00 Strong, Are Whipped at Lyck Many Prisoners Are Taken Battle Still On. Body of $ there's a reason. SAFE AND SOLID $ Eyery anking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES For the Convenience of the People $ OF KOCKCASTLE COUNTY $ Use Us $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ rheumatism can be relieved by applying BALLARD'SSNOW LIN IMENT. It should be well rubb Its lic. ed ou over the part effected passengers By using Train 22 great healing and penetrating reduces can arrive Danville before 9 a. m. pain, power eases the swelling and restores natural con- aud Lexington before 10:30 a. m; By FREDERICK WERNER. Berlin, Sept. 1C. (By wireless via ditions. Price 25c. 50c and $1.00 and reSayville, N. P.) General Hindenberg per bottle. Sold by John Robins transact their bnsiness (the German commander in East Prus- Brodhead, Ky. turn on No. 2I in the afternoon, sia) has telegraphed Emperor William arriving home before bed time. that the Vilna (Russian) army, con HOPEWELL Local travel betweeu Somerset sisting of the Second, Third, Fourth and Danville and to and from inand Twentieth corps, two reserve di spent termediate points will be particuvisionB and Ave cavalry divisions, havi Jerry Rash and family been completely defeated. The Rus Suuday with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred larly benefitted by this new arsian casualties aro heavy. The num Barnes. The small son of Mr rangement, as there will now be ber of prisoners is increasing and the George McClure has two local trains each way daily destruction of the army continues. and Mrs. Enormous spoils of war have been Announcement is made by tht that Queen iVr Crescent Route 121 and 22. operated now Trains Oneida. Tenn., and Sora between erset, Ky., will be extended, effective Sunday, September I5ih, iqi4. ind operated daily between Oneida Tenu.. and Lexingtou, Ky. The performance of this new service train miles each add seventy-nin- e way, or oue hundred and filtyeight iddtional miles for the round trip At the presnt time when the expense of commodities required in tlie operation and maintenance of railroads is at its hignest and most carriers are curtailing, rather than extending, their facilities, this now service afforded by the Queen & Crescent Route is worthy of the greatest attention aud patronage on the part of the traveling pub If rMTir W GrLFNZlL. JONAS w 'fcHifcl V1 1 1 lis y iSLiSiLB Hi '" T ; g?qssag'fcJSSS3ga iChas. I C. Davis s a n u 1 u g Mt. Vernon Ky. piiiqBg3gfa;sgr3i--"jy?gaS- Un ir j J2 .. Chas. C. Davis Mt ,Vennn Ky. My Phone No. is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. e. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. IF L you have tyivl$!m III 1 r4 c 'ki 're' w ' u uu Km KABQ Urt -- The Model' CORSET' Style 6014 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished at top with silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore in bottom of back section. Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly boned. Has h front claip. Back wires have featherbone at bottom. Has three pairs of supporters. J Sizes, 20 to 32. 94-inc- 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, fir, comup-to-d- ate spend your 4m - fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. Price ss.nn For Sale by A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law i in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice in all the Courts. Offices HERBINE is the mediciue that cures biliousness, malaria and constipation. The first dose makes you feel better, a few additional doses cures completely. Price 50c v.old by Johu Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Chas. Cartnical between those points, making all captured. attended the Association at Free- stops, instead ot the train as The Grodno army has been defeated Barnes filled at Lyck. It comprised in addition to dom. Rev. James heretofore. appointment at Mt. corps a remnant his regular the Twenty-seconof the Sixth corps and part of the Pisgah Saturday and Sunday. When you have an achev, Third Siberian corps. numbered stretchy feeling and you are dull Miss Delia Hayes is (As an army corps consists of 40.0C0 with the sick. Mrs. Chas Carmi- - t.iroH r.A flicr.nii raffed it is a sisn men, it is probable that In the Vilna malaria or chills. army there were at least 175,000 sol- cal and children spent Saturday of approaching .i.Ti-1,1 .ns.4i "r.. 5UOUIU aiU ijun."'; tf" tnrrl rfT i ...v .. diers, and in the Grodno army about night and Sunday with Mrs A. XUU an attack. HKRBINE offers you 50,000 men.) Vernon. The the help you need. It destroys Headquarters announces that the Cummins at Mt. nighborhood are the malarial germ, drives out all heavy fighting in France Is still inde- women of this you feel cisive, although the French assault very busy drying beans and apples impurities and makes has been repulsed. and cheerful Rev. Carmical tilled his .regular bright, vigorous by John Robing. Sold Olive Saturday Price 50c. Ky. By FRANCIS LAVELLE MURRAY. appointment at Brodhead, a and Sunday. Mrs. Maty Arnold Russians Claim German Defeat. PUBLIC SALE spent Sunday with Mrs. Siduey Petrograd, Sept. 1G. It was officially children of 1 will sell my house and lot in announced that General Pennenkamp McClure. The six had defeated the Germans in a ten Mrs. Alfred Barnes have whoop Crab Orchard to the highest bidhour battle in East Prussia and driven some of them are der on Saturday Sept. 5. Nice them back toward Koenigsberg with ing cough and suffering a.great deal, while part house containing 5 rooms, one heavy losses. The battle took place near Goldapp of them are able to attend school. Good garden, porch and hall. (80 miles east southeast of Koenigsgood in nice back yard, located on btau-for- d The grape crop is very berg) and was fiercely contested. The official statement follows: "Aft- this part. It seems that Franklin St. in 2oo yards of one of the er a steady withdrawal for BQveral Allison is very unlucky, as he lost best schools in the state. This days before superior forceaJ of the sack of meal and flour both the property will be sold on 4 months Germans, the Russians receiving a of this time, posession any time. JNow heavy and drove the same day. Wm. Hayes enemy back. Reforming, they again place, traded a milch cow to Robt. occupied by Mrs. Daisy Hunt. took the offensive and attacked our Vernon for a J. L. Kennedy, positions at Goldapp. They stormed Langfordat Mt. positions with bayonet charges in mare and colt. The nice rains our Crab Orchard, Ky. the face of a withering fire, but were that have fallen recently are very vlinw pomolexiou. Dimples and repeatedly repulsed. patches and the disfiiguring blemishes on the face "Finally, after a bloody conflict that good on turnip eatherine . the or body can be gotten rm i uy ,. w.u . lasted ten hours, the enemy retreated. wnmpn jup. out w troops are in hot pursuit. Tho greens by apro 1 fulls aud most doctoring the liver, which is tor Our victory was due to the clever stratewould appreciate a pot of pid. HERBINE is a powerful gy of General Rennenkampf, who any one It purifies the liver correciant. drew the enemy's troops out until greens cooked with a big piece of the vital organs they were too weak to overcome ub." pork and to add a more delicious system, stimulates in fine vigorous body and puts the Austrians In Dire Straits. taste to them we would prefer to condition. Price 50c. Sold by Sweeping across the Vistula river vinegar. Robins, Brodhead, Ky. John nd striking at J,he rear of the Aua- - adda little measles. Mrs. d I 7 -- CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. hAmsaas 1 J7t Saved Girl's life 'I want to tell vou what wonderful benefit I have re writes ceived from the use of Thedford's Ky. Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- hl 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 Black-Draught," S ft Si 6VHHMmFl S in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi-- ti Bkrm J 2 S ft . THEI Draught J j lp ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, jg, ailments, Thedford's gjl reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- S1 Draught. It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. J a I