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The flag pole Government presented by tha Uf' exnect this result as sure in the production of that same and old glorycity boys to the "thumb paper." Daniel! The nations of the present day by future events before their deNotice the completeness of parture, is looked after and true prophet! It is absolutely the fact that it is the only great Daniel's statement, in which he Dr. M. L. Myers "and family true tthat his prophecies have Power that really wants to as says. ',The greatness of the returned last Wednesday if rom cared for by the boy scouts who been faithfully fulfilled as the sume and exercise the respjnsi- - kingdom under the whole s their delightful automobile trip each morning throw thf bunttime has arrived for fulfillment. of autocratic power and en shall be given to the people to Indianapolis and the Lakes. ing to the bree.es to nsoj in History has recorded the actual dominion over all people of thejof the saints of the Most High, They saw our old friend, W. J. pleasant remembrance of the happening of all the events fore- world. The Germans not only whose kingdom is an everlasting Bryan sitting on the veranda of boys of the 2nd Kentucky. told by Daniel, except his visions want this power, but have been kingdom, at and all dominious Billy Sunday's residence The hemp crop will fall short of the "latter days," and events taught to believe that it is theirs shall serve and obey him." motored thru by one half this season, the the Winoua, as they of the present time clearly indi- of right by their might, and they high prices may cause the raisers The whfcle earth h the extent that place. cate that these visions ate now tberefoie have not hesitated to of to realize as much as from the the kingdom which is to be While parts of Clark county being fulfilled. make war upon the world to sat- governed by the people of the has had fairly good rains that 1916 crop. And the Apostle John! Another isfy their ambition. Christain nations. portion in the Old Pine Grove, While standing on a street great prophet, given wonderful In John's vis 0:1 of the nation Do not imagine that the above and surrounding locality is suf corner, a tew evenings since.the Visions aud commanded to re- just as it plunges into the war. statements of the the prophets fering for the lack of moisture writer observed passing automocord them. In one of his visions he saw it with 'two horns like a have been gathered from scat- and in fact vegetation is drying biles bearing license numbers he graphically pictures events lamb." This description accur- tered portions of the Scriptures, up to an alarming extent Grass from the states of Georgia, signifi- ately represents the two great nathat are of world-widand so given a false meaning by in the pastures has almost dtsap Tennessee, Virginia, SWest Vir cance in these days. tions, Germany and Austria, combining them. All of the peared; corn and tobacco are ginia, Ohio, Indiania, Illinois, Comparatively few people of united under the leadership and foregoing is based on Daniel's tiring up and should the much New York and our own state. world realize authority of the Kaiser, as the vision as recorded continuously in needed showers our delayed In i9i6 Kentucky issued 32,000 be that the Prophet Daniel and the beast in the vision. of the Book many days numbers of crops auto license. More than 40.000 the seventh chapter Apostle John many centuries already been issued during 19I7. While the two horns of the Daniel, and John's vision as re- will prove failures. ago actually taw panoramic lamb represents the two nations, corded in verses 11 to 18 of the Stock water in getting low One of the road force in views of momeutous happenings the beast of the vision represents thirteenth chapter of Revelations. aud the of turn- Clark county is using auto trucks reconstruction of the present time and recorded the Kaiser. John plainly says That we are now living in most pikes is being impeded for the for hauling stone out on the them for future generations. that the beast is a man. From momeutous times is absolutely lack of sufficient water to use highway. It does the work of This old world wags along the description given by the certain. Stupendous events are thereon. It is possible work six horse teams. from day to day and month to two prophets we may well be of most daily occurrence. Made may have to be delayed until th The writer has made a present month and year to year, accept lieve that both of them saw the sick and tired unto death by the much needed precipitation takes of a hundred year old dueling ing whatever comes in a matter-of-fac- t Kaiser pictured as clearly as most horrible war in the earth's place. pistol 10 Capt. Sam Boone, a way, not realizing that though thrown on the screen by history, and most frightfully It appears that Clark county decendant et Squire Boone, there is a controlling hand run- our present day films, showing punished by the cruel power of is no exception to tbe peculiar brother of Daniel the noted Inhim in his miliary uniform and the beast for forty-twning through it all. months, rainfall during the past month dian tighter. Tbe Captain is a The world knows of these giving an accurate likeness of the people of all earth will unite where some sections have re veteran of the Civil War and wis prophets, and rather passively him. For John says. "He spake in demanding the bringing about ceived numbers of rains when onre a resident of Somerset accepts their statements. It as a dragon.' and Daniel says his the disarmament of the nations, other localities were left high aud Danville. Quite a number does not study the word pic 'look was mors stout than his aud militarism will finally be and dry. Reports of this kind ofl the Boone family are promiof people come here to way fellows," and he had "a mouth crushed. Nations will observe are made from Boyle, Mercer tures, but in a nent citizens of Clark connty. concludes that they, of course, that spake rery great things." the Golden Rule in dealing with and other counties. Captain Boone spends a portion, buy because they're sure of going In both speech and appearance each other, thus avoiding disputes refer to other periods of time. A number of the mountain of his time with his daughter's We have no prophets today the Kaiser fits the visions of the and promoting peace and harcounties, have had gwd and suf- family in West Virginia and in away with a smile. And a customEgotism, boldness, mony and insuring happiness ficient rains up to this time, the Winchester his old home town. Th.s is not prophetical age. We prophets. are not supposed to be prophets haughtiness characterizes his throughout the earth. Thus will the lately formed habit of old He is quite a social and genial er's smile is worth as much to us in order to understand the pro language and appearance to an Peace ea earth, good will to Jupiter Pluvius of hitting her old gentleman highly respected pbecies that have been recorded. extent Ithat is net found in the men'' at last prevail, the new dis- nn as our profit on the goods he buys. ''in ennts have ruled, to and and well liaed. pensation of time being for the r All may read and study them, world's list of great rulers. some extent, even up in the Winchester furnished its quota " and if the time is due, they may satisfied person comts back Never until the war did any perfecting ef the saints. mountains." of excursionists to Cincinnat be more readily comprehended. man make tire come down frem Sundays and a large number to wife and ATARRH CANNOT BE Gregg Thomason, The size of a purchase is only an item. To establish absolute confidence the heavens. John says, ''He Boone Beach. CURED children, of Mt. Vernon, stopin all Daniel's visions of the rise maketh fire come dowo from We figure that a ten-cesale and a pleased From reports it is evident and fall of 'nations, we should heaven," and this atost startling with Local Applications, as they ped some hours, between trains, customer are more valuable in the long run that County Agent Spei.ee haa diin Winchester, on their return understand that his prophecies prophetic statement bas been cannot reach the seat of the than a ten dollar sale and a "never come hack." accomplished great things in from a visit to Hazard were written hundreds of ytars. verified before the world in our sease. Catarrh is a local disease the counties of Madison, Estill, before the occurrences of events time by the dropping of fire greatly influenced by constituMrs. W. J. Harrison, a sister Jackson and Rockcastle. The Make us prove our willingness to serve. He was a man 666 tional eonditions, and in order to of the Boone Way man, after concerning any but the very first Belgium. people are learning the valuable Our stocks are especially attractive right now. of them, and that historians, pro- months old when seen by the cure it yon must take an internal a months visit in Virginia and services of this pushing worker fane as well as sacred, concede prophets. This evidence is con remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi- Kentucky has returned to home for the improvement of farming the actual fulfillment of all down elusive. The proof is apparently cine is taken internally and acts in Columbus, Texas, stopping off and stock raising conditions. to the latter days. The fact complete that tbe German Kai- thru ithe blood on the mucous a few days, to visit a son in We are getting excellent rethat the prophet accurately fore ser is the beast of the prophetical surfaces of the system. Hall's &hreveport, La. ports from good old Rockcastle told events covering the last visions. Very closely does he Catarrh Medicine was prescribed There is more oil tails than relative to farming conditions. 25oo years is sufficient basis for and his nation meet all th re- by one of the best physicians in war discussion heard here and The writer will attend the conserious speculation as to the ful- quirements of the visions of both this country ter years. It is hereabouts. MT. VERNON, KY. of the prophets, Daniel and John. composed of some of the best vention of the Goods Roads Difillment of the last. The little cubes of butter that vision of the Southern CommerWe may be sure that this beast tonics known, combined with Following Daniel's description of the beast with ten horns, con does not represent any ruler of some of the best known blood is served to restaurant patrons cial Congress to be held in New ceded as representing the Eu past history. And it is difficult purifiers. The perfeet combina- are so small that it requires at York, Oct ropean nations that followed the to conceive that the future will tion of the ingredients in Hall's least two hundred of them to pound. Possibly the collapse of the Roman Empire, present conditions and rulers will Catarrh Medicine is what pro- make a RULE OF KAISER SUMMER COMPLAINT. manager rests under the the great prophet's vision swift- so nearly approach the picture in duces such wonderful results in hash During the hot weather of the Send for impression that his customers are ly passes to events of the pres- the visions as the world is now catarrhal conditions. from a branch of the canine summer .months some member witnessing testimonials, free et almost svory family is likely IN JANUARY. 1918 ? ent age, which he introduces The forty-twNO W with the words "there came up months foretold F. J. Cheney & Co, Props.. To- tribe and fears to "choke them t6 be troubled with an unnatural to death on the cow product." among them another little horn " by Daniel will be completed with ledo, O. AU Druggists, 75c. Two eggs for i5 cents and an looseness of the bowels, and it is That is, another little horn (or the menth of January, 1918. Hall 'a Family Pills for constipa"Thej shall be given into His "The judgment shall sit. and nation) came up among the ten Then, the prophet says, "the tion. alleged ham sandwich, with the of the greatest importance that hand until a time (12 months) they shall take away .his dominmeat therein as thin as tissue this be treated promptly, which judgment shall sit, and they horns (or nations.) tt paper for a dime is also going can only be done when the mediand times (24 months) and the ion." By f- Prussia is not one of the king- shall take away his dominion to dividing of time (6 months)." some along with the half of a cine is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F. "The Kingdom under the doms that came out of the Ro- consume and destroy it unto the A total of 42 months. See Dan whole heaven shall be given to Was pleased to see that good sliced tomato for I5 cents is not Scott, Scottsville, N. Y., states, man Empire, but it came up end." At the present time we iel vli, 25 the PEOPLE of the saints of the among those nations, and devel- do not know who will sit in the old iLivingston reporter's notes a slow process of patting one "I first used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as much The present world wai started Most High." appear again in "the paper frum and his coin. oped into the German Empire judgment on the Kaiser, with as five years ago. At that time during the last week of July, old home town." The Brod-heaThe Kaiser, coming from Prus- only forty-siThe Fraternity Building, this I had a severe attack of summer years ago. Ger- power to dethrone. It will be the 1914, and January, 1918, will sia. reporter's reference to the place owned by the Masons, coninmany's wonderful growth in the verdict of a council constia2 months. complete the possibility of his having "seen tains a theatre, a news stand, complaint and was suffering power, and in tuted by representatives of the strength and The Fulfillment. his shadow the last time he came an undertaking establishment, tense pain. One dose relieved What The Prophet Saw financial and industrial opera allied nations, after their armies my famGermany and Austria. out," hardly means to intimate lodge rooms and offices num me. Other members of A king coming from a nation the world and have won victory over the Gerily have since used it with like Turkey, again made strong by tions, has startled that the Livingston pencil pusher represented by a little horn. this was accurately forecast by man hosts. Or possibly the Ger- is in any way related to the pork bering probably forty looms, results." Germany. man people will themselves re with all modern conveniences. Daniel. A beast with two horns. In speech and appearance the move Kaiser front the throne and family and retreats to his lair for Division Engineer, W. P. Cald NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. The nation seen in the vision! He exercised the authority of Kaiser fits the visions. inaugurate government by the six weeks as does members of well and yours truly have office Sealed bids will be received at was different from the others, an older beast, which had been The Kaiser disregards interpeople. The ending ef the forty-tw- the traditional shadow dodger on room No. 11. The writer is the this office nntil noon Saturday, wounded by the sword, now re- national treaties, laws and cus- and Germany surely has been of the entire September 1st, i9i7, for the mamonths in January, 1918. is certain occasions. sole occupant very different, especially in Its to strength by the younger toms. stored Will Owens the good reporter building at night. t cadamizing and gravel surfacing spirit of militarism and in its al- based upon tbe belief hat they of Livingston usually gets there beast. begin with the commencement True in the present war for most universal desire to rule the Was fgreatly pleased to learn of Mt Vernon and Bredhead road with tbe items, the he failed to He possessed "a mouth that the fret time. The Kaiser's world. While other nations de- of the war, July, I9I4. of Mt. Vernon's successful fair. from M t. Vernon to Lincoln counmention the fact of a good roads spake very great things " "He Zeppelins and airships hare sent manded deWhen tbe Kaiser bas been what ty line. Also at the same time military strength to man, a sbort time since, having The men in charge knew Siake as a dragon." "Whose down thousands of bombs. throned, the propbet says, "the and place bids will be received did it. preserve the balance of power, handed one of the depot crew a to do aud 1 x)k "was more stout than his This has happened to Belgium, all classes in Germany have kingdom and dominion, (and the and opened for the macadamizing highway badge and tbe receiver Mrs Mat tie Lawrence, of and g rev el surfacing of ML Verfellows." Serbia and Montenegro these united in the uDbuildinsr of a greatness of the kingdom under bad to send home for clothing Brookland Farm, Level Greeu, non and Livingston road from He "shall think to change three and no more. great military machine that the whole heaven, shell be given sufficient to pin the badge to. brought little "J. J." Maret up Mt. Vernon to corporate limits to the PEOPLE of the saints of and laws." times The Kaiser's age 666 months should enable them to overcome That "ad" nailing for bids on to Mt. Vernon fair week, to of Livingston. Plans and speciJuly 27, 1914 when the war be- all oppositions and to aehieve the Most High." "He doeth great wonders, so me ) Daniel saw the monarchies contracts to macadamise Boone meet his gran'pa, (thats fications on file in this office. their ambitious desire and dream that be maletb tire come down gan. He is the nearest relative I have Way in Rockeastle looks good The Fiscal Court of Rockcastle that Germany should rule the "break in pieces. And became The war will be forty-tw- o from heaven." in the world and many in a sim county reserves the right to re- world. The pregress of the war like the chaff of the summer to us. 'Before whom there were months old January, 1118. understand ilar position can One learns to have a greater how much a lonely old man can ject any or alt bids. Probably the Allies' council has revealed a remarkably spon- threshing floors, and the wind of the first horns plucked three them away." F. H. Mattingly, appreciation of bis home paper will remove the Kaiser, or the taneous sentiment and belief by carried up by the roots." think of a child. R-- d Engineer Rockcastle Co. the iprivate soldiers, as well as All signs point to tbe fulfill- when sojourning in other portions "His .number is six hundred German people may dethrone the officers of the German armies, ment of this part of Daniel's of the moral vineyard even the Have not met any ef Rockcas- August 16, i9i7. him. three score andfJsix." (666) including the Kaiser himself prophecy within a few months. it should not be larger than a tle soldier boys since their regiThe world will be governed by and the civil population, "They shall be given into his so, with tbe ending of the "thumb paper, as some thought- ment moved from here to Camp the the PEOPLE of Christain nations. end of the present war that - And WinchesFLETttntnTI hand until a time and times and their Stanley. Lexington. will sub- Kaiser's reign, tbe paeple of less people remark about to see the 2nd - ter regretted Daniel! The great prophet! ject the world to their power. the dividing of time." (42 months) Germany will will assume cba- - cunty paper, wee know uotkOne of the most highly favored And tlen, too, the German , by the Lord God with visions of tinn is rliff-rotli ntlur . vviil.1 H...w.... - . ... nt .fi-r.- . ..mm j heav-bilitie- e Always "On the Job" The right kind of clothes at the prices are almost enough to sell themselves. But there's another factor the personal element. Lot's war-smitte- n o self-satisfie- d 1 The nt 1 Sutton & McBee U--2- O. The ul o Notes M. d x o OtUldren ft qm EHE353EE mht? f f 1 n f 1 u money deposited banks. - A : The new tax law which becomes operative this year, places a tax upon a in WE PAY THE TAX ON ALL MONEY DEPOSITED WITH US. BAN MT.VLRNON SIGNAL whose home j A F I'M ! e KHEP55W N ON - motored over in Garrard lat Fbiday, Aug. 24, 1917 home with I.R Storm during the Sunday and 'i.sited btt parents, coming term of the Graded school. Mr. ard Mrs. B C. Anderson. Published every Friday by Curtis is a good boy and we are Elder L N. Bowling began a; meeting at Paint Lick, Monday.! EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. glad to have him with usagam. His daughter, Miss Gertrude. m The fair seems to have been quite joined him Wedresday and will $1.0 a success, the receipts surpiss- - assist in the uu ic. UBSCRIPTION OSti, YEAR AN ing all previous years. Secretary ACCREDITED HIGH COUNTY SCHOOL Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Owens and the directors know Advertising rates maae known on S Brod-hea- d just what to do to rnake-ilapplication A Standard High School Coarse fair keep her good name, John Lake and son, Anderson of of Study. Thorough Training ami Bijr Hill, passed through Monthat of being the greatest fair in a General Review for Teachers 1IKMBEK OP The Interdenomi- day, en route to London, to atthe south. ASSOCIATION national Sunday Sell el Associa- tend the fair, and also to buy KENTUCKY PRESS EIGHT WELL TRAINED TEACHERS tion races at the Methodist some cattle and sheep for the church today and an interesting Richmond market before their First Term Begin September 10. 1!17 Mesdames Laura Cotton programme will be carried out. return. if you need anything of Wiklie, A number of visitors are expect- and Sarah T. N. Nok, Chatrnoa visited their parents Mr. and ed Joe Riddle returned to his K. B. COX, Secretary g home in Detroit, Sunday. He Mrs. J. C. Allen, Saturday and Prescription Work a Specialty received his first degree in Mas- Sunday. Misses Minnie and Ola onry Saturday night. Mr. and Durham, of Cruise, were tbe 1). II. LYON, nunciPAi jlad to note Mrs. Mack Jones, of Garrard guests of their grandparents, Mr. TjTTc are certainly MT. VKKXoX, KT. ttho recent order of our Fis county, wore the gttesti of Mr md Mrs. Thos. Daogherty, Set ca.1 Courb to metal the new grade aud Mrs. J. F. Watson M during the urday night and bunday. Mr. 3 from tbe Lincoln county line to fair. John Payne, son of Mr. aud and Mrs. Estill Mullins, also Miss Livingston. The grade of itself Mrs. Robert Payne, died Monday Lillie. were with lelatives at Mt. is a wonderful step forward in mormug. He had had typhoid for Veruon last week and attended road building, but w all know about ten days and developed the fair at Rrodbeed. Fridiy. urday Born to the wife of Thos. Daugherty, who has been at Mic'- what another winter will do lor pneumonia. His remains were They report an enjoyable time Hem ard, Aug 9th, a boy. Mrs. dletown, Ohio, for a few weeks, is this splendid grade and we feel laid to rest in the Methodist Rev. Ponder hlled his regular apWillie wilh homcfolkt that very tixpajcr in Ike e unty church cemeteiy the following pointment at Cave Ridge, Satur- Mattie and Mary Mullins spent of Hamilton, has been the Garrett, guest of Bob Mullins, of Sunday evenitg with Sarah Mul his cousin. Otto Mullins, for a few will, or at least should, approve day. Dr. W. F. Carter took day and Suday the action of the Court. When Chester Burdiue to Stanford, this place, attended the fair at ims. as to now mey are getting days, and we think there are otbei drilling on the farm of attractions also. Mr. and Mr-Jo- e tbe grade is metaled the money Monday morning and assisted Dr. Brodhead last week. Fred Whitaker. of Harlan, are with tbat has been spent will be saved E. J. Brown in amputating his lins has been very sick for a few! Jt'ne Durham, we don't know. but we hear they are not there the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs and not until then, and we hope band on account of a cancer. His days. Ed Jennings and Miss J C. Allen this week. to see tbe contracts let and the hand had become in such a con- Nancy Barnett were married Sat- - more than half the time. Mr. good work begun right away. dition that it was of no use to him, 27 to Sept. 1 Give us good roads and every- besides endangering his life from September 2-3- -4 1H INt LCJKJV1 thing else will come our wav. poisonous cancer. It is hored Will Robbins, whe has been aso that further trouble will not folLimited t Sept. 3 LIMITED TOSEFT. 5 ciated with J.T.Wallin in the bar low. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, ber business here, has severed of Stanford, spent last week with L. & B. bis connection with the business her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 1 1 here and gone to Corbin, where Cass, and took in the fair. -- Mrs. ACCOUNT A CCO I' NT with Cas Cox, of Mt. Vernon, he C.C.Howell and children returned Baptist will continue barberiug. Will is to their home in Detroit. WednesColored Fair, Agria gooa Dai oer ana in a live town day night, after spending three Convention culture Mechanilike Corbin isure to make good, weeks nere wilh her parerits, Mr -- Mr.aod Mrs.J.B Pike and Mor-ancal Association. (Colored) Mrs. B. A Yaden, and other ris Hamm left for their home in relatives. Mr. and Mrs. N. Giles AusJO Aug 30 Detroit, Sunday morning; driving Carter, of Harriraan, Teen , and Mr. Hamm's Overland. They Mr. and Mrs. Hiner Thomas, of TRADE MORAL Joan of Aro TRADE MORAL The quality et were accompanied as far as Louis- Forest City, S. C, arrived here was the only woman on earth what you have to sell is known ville by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Monday night in a big Baiek and to resist a bargain adveable Moore aud Miss Sue Cable, where Hudson, the guests of Dr. and to some people all of the time they took the train for Tucson, Mrs. W.F Carter. Thevleft tne If rtisementand she's dead. and all of the people some of Ariz . to make their home, The next day for Shelby ville to visit you've got a bargain in somethe time, but advertise reguthree sisters have made their 'other relatives J. Mont Rob- thing, advertise it to the womdirectors: home together all their lives and erts, of the firm of Shafer & Rob larly with us and you'll reach G- - Baker, Pres. en folks in this paper. S. D. LEWS, 8 iaid up with foot trouble this separation will be a sad one ert8 all of the people all of the time. Sparks, Vice-Pre- s. Peculiar nature However, L. W. BETHURUM, to them, but on account of the is some better and we hope to JOHN C. GRIFFIN, condition of Miss Sues health is ,ee him at himself shortly.-- Mrs Jr., Cashier C vV. J. SPARKS, why they are going to Arizona to l..n Bowling's father. Mr. West, FCT FLETCHER'S FLETCHER Cashier Floyd E. Miller, U. G. BAKER. Slake their home. Car us Pollard, is visiting her this week. L. is iu Indiana and Harris sold a small tract of land who was here last year, arrived a to Mrs. Wm. Kelley for $iSo few dav sago and will make his Mr. and Mrs W. H. Anderson KE!ze2Mij&M3Lexae2a:$2Bz2J3 . R.H. MILLER J LEADING DRUGGIST g& Mt, Vernon Graded High School WITHE ' Rn-hmou- R fl CALL ION US line BR OD H EAD I in the dru PHONE g 39 -- ROUND TRIP ROUND TRIP j Mul-jalon- g Afla Lexington j $13.40 $2.55 Aug. K rt. J Arc You Satisf ie fxszscrxxgiz: zxi i nxrzxizi - j The Peoples Bank WATCH US GROW U. W. J. F. L.Thompson, Natural & d Fully prepared to satisfy you in every feature of a safe and sound Ranking Business. More new accounts. More new business each day. , J Ass't Ohil&on Cry CASTORI4 Cxldreii tm 1 nC- - M VERNON . SIGNAL' . - Mt. Vernon Kv, Aug. 24, 1917 79 I !) Stray Hogs. I have taken up two stray hogs from the stratus, This land is aid to have a splen- some showings of oil. both boar hogs, average weight did vein of coal under most of it. about 75 pounds each, black, with Rockcastle has not shown up The Junior society of the Red) to what we had hoDed that it some white on legs. One marked less than wc sell 1 can buy a suit Cross, as thev have named them- would as an oil field. NMWILLC R R CO. lOUISV'LLC with crop off each ear, the other selves, h"ve served lunches and and you can pay a whole lot more! Shafer Oil Co. is at work on not marked. If not called for by TIME TABLE. meals each day during the week, Harve Mink's place and are now the owner they will be sold Aug:: 5 52 P not the way to judge. H uortn at Red Cross headquarters, the down ust 28. 1917, at Court House ter about 500 feet. 3:50 a m 1'4 north proceeds of which go to buy yarn W. J. Sparks Co are drilling a feed and pen bill. 11:43 am to do knittinjr for U south the soldier P. D. Debord, Marshal, I2zltm boys. As soon as the yarn is re well for the Kentucky Producers It li South Mt. Vernon, Ky. leeived, those who will knit, Wlll on the Tread way farm about Jas. Landrcm, Agent, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Speciais you get real quality - real In t furnished varn to make such miles East of Mt. Vernon. Phone No. 8. Sealed bids will be received for are still articles for the soldier boys as! MaPs & Marcum better class workmanship and the true worth KnWn-- 1 at the Mt Wrtion, Ky. thev chnosa to make if yOU drilling on Jones Durham's place. the erection of the substructure mail matter. hs of your money. can knit and you are are willing It is reiiorted that they are be of Roundstone Creek bridge until noon Saturday, September 1,1917. do so, you can let your willing tween 5o0 and looo feet. to PERSONAL An Indiana Company is at At the same time sealed bids will and Mrs. Cas Cox was reported ness he known by reporting to are not big prices for $15, work on Rube Abtiey's place be received and opened for the Red Cross headquarters. among the sieiv. jUAytoo Mm 19 erection of two 30 foot Tee Beam North East of Wildie. a good suit of Clothes and when you see the C. D. Sutton, of the Miss To Uaus is with Miss i &? President Spans, and substructure for H Mtw "oom Hfl The Rockcastle Oil and Gas quality they buy here you will realize Mt. Vernon Fair Association, has Conn Mullins at Avoca. same, over Clear Creek, near Co., have their machinery on the Miss Grace Cox has been on furnished us with the following Wildie. Plans and specifications list of those, in a ddition to the ground ready to begin a well for on file in this office for all of the the mck lit this week. the Mathew-SentOil Co., on Mis. Tun. Praetor has been oues already mentioned, who ren- Harlan Doan's place on the Souih aboveJ work. Fiscal Court redered valuable and voluntary serserves the right to reiect any or very sick lor the past week. vice in behalf of the Mt. Vernon Mde. all bids. F. H. Mattingly, Misses Maizie and Fay The most active operations are Fair, by free work in putting the Road Engineer with relatives in Longrounds in condition, etc. The around Snyder on the North .ug3l Rockcastle County. eon list is as follows: Cecil Weiderhold, side. The Republic Oil Co., are NOTICH TO BRIDGE COMMrs. Alice Davis, and three WadeHysinger, Burgess Hysinger, doing the drilling. On Spuire PANIES. sons, are visiting in Madison Tom Kirby, W. H. Brown, Sid. H. Lamberts farm alone seven these prices. Are the best in America Sealed bids will ne received un c untv. ney Heilard, J. T. Proctor, Joe Cof- wells have been put down with a til 12 noon, Saturday, Sept. 1, Miss Bemice Landrum is visit- fey and Will Hysinger. The fair showing of oil in each and to see the newest styles are being Come here if you for the erection of one 60 foot ing Miss McCordand Miss Rowlee Mt. Vernon Fsir has a number of every well. span over Roundstone Creek, near at Wooten, Ky good boosters who are always on and other fashion centers. There is drilling startiug on Roundstone Station, on State Aid worn in Mrs. B. I. Hethurum is visit- the job, ready and willing to do Copper Creek by an Indiana Road No. 102 Ai. Also for the ing homefolks here while the for the success of that enterprise Company but so far, we have not erection of one 90 foot span over Judge is holding court. PASSED BY LOCAL BOARD. been able to get any thing defi- Roundstone Creek, near Lang-forDr. and Mrs. John M. WilThe foiling is the list of those nite. Station. The above work to liams, of Paris, were with rela- passed by tte local board since include flooring system and erectives here during the week. last issue of paper. Those whose tion complete. Plans and specifiMrs. Cleo Brown who has names appear below go to Discations on file in this office. FisQuite'a few people from this cal Court reserves right to reject been very sick for the past week, trict Board for tinal examination: community have been attending any or all bids. is able to be ba"k in post office Wm. F. Robinson. a protracted meeting at Free again. Oscar Evans. F. H. Mattingly, dem conducted by Bro. Peace of Road Engineer Miss Ruth Lamlrum is spend- Jesse T. Fish. Crab Orchard. Mr. .and Mrs A. Rockcastle County. ing the week with relatives in Richard Stanton Walhn. C. Towery, of Berea, visited thtir Lam el and attending the Laurel Arthur F Lovell. For Sale A 2 h p gasoline niece, Mrs. Ophelia Levisay engine, in perfect condition and county fair. Jol u Henry Rowe. Sunday. Willie Payne of Carth will be sold on guarantee. Can .lotin Albright has been with William Taulbee BLnton. age, Mo , is with his old pal, be bought at a bargain if sold at Judge and Mrs. R. G. Williams Tede Payne. Ben Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. once. See George Owens at Mt. David Carson Craig. Monday. He at Covington since I Hurst and baby, Orville, and Mrs. Vernon Monumentai Works, or writes that he is having a fine Robert Lee Mullins. Alza Hurst, 'of Indianapolis, Ind. apply at this office. Cecil Wayne Hves. visit. visited their sister, Mrs. Grace J. C. Elder and daughter, Miss Dillard Saylor. STOMACH AND LIVER Norton part of last week. D. M. Elva, of Decatur, 111., are visiting Artkur Blanton. Opportunity beckons to all in this a TROUBLES. i Cress bought of Geo. Bray a law, J.B. Cummins, William Alvin Carpenter. his hrother-iNo (end of misery anil actual calf for $50. Mr. and Mrs. WillAlbert Miracle. great land of the free Absolutely unand other relatives and friends suffering is eaused by disorders ie Cromer visited the latters Tipton J Singleton. here. of the stomach and liver, and may fettered and unhampered, each has Others who have passed have aunt, Mrs. W. H. Bullock. be avoided by the use of Cham Mrs. G. G. Brock, of London, not yet been certified and for Robert Norton Jr., who has had berlain's Tablets. Give them a only limit came down Wednesday on ae his chance to make good. reason we are not able to fever, we are glad to say is bet- trial. They only cost a quarter. serious illness of that count of the list of all coming from ter. Mrs M. E. Sutton and sisset is own ability to grasp these Master Will furnish her little grand-sou- . ter, Mrs. Gentry, visited Mrs For Sale : One thoroughbred second call luiii Fish. opportunities, and nothing is of such treIt is estimated that a third Sutton's daughtar, Mrs. J. E. Jersey cow, five years old. A C H. McKenzie is here from WToodall at London last week. 'A C. H. Mullins, good one. In use for over 40 years! call of at least loe will be neces mendous assistance as a bank account. Lynchburg, Va., spending his va Miss Georgia Gentry, who is Mt. Vernon, Ky. Thousands of voluntary sary togget Rockcastle's quota. cation. Charlev has a good no teaching at Cummins spent the letters from women, tellAbout 4:30, Friday afternoon, a your Savings Accou.it now sition with one of the railroad CIRCUIT COURT. week end with her parents at ing of the good Cardui very bad accident occured on entering that city. The Rockcastle Circuit Court Willailla. The Farmers are rehas done them. This is and be ready when comes Misses Lena, convened Monday. Judge B. J. joicing over the much needed Dixie Highway. H L"wis Miller, Company the best proof of the value Bethurum was on the bench and rain V, Second Kentucky, is at home for gav e that fell last nlghi. Mr. Gracie and Emma Taylor were on of Cardui. It proves that your way. as usual a strong, impress their way to the latter 's home, the work. Lewis exjects to go ive and lengthy charge to the and Mrs. Guv Roberts, of Copper Cardui is a good Medicine coming from the funeral of Mrs. to Hattiesburg, Miss., withiu Grand Jurv Interest paid on time deposits. for women. Commonwealths Creek and Mrs. Pearl Daily of Hariett Burdette, when Claude Attorney, Walter N. Flippin, Mt. Vernon, visited their parents the next few weeks. There are no hannful or whom the law breakers have long Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bray last Griffin's car scared the horse, 2 yrs. habit -- forming drugs in Master William Fish the since learned to dread, was at his week. Miss Leila which they were driving, causing It is corunosed r.ardui Norton who old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. post of duty, ably taking eare of him to throw the gills under the is teaching at Bloss, spent the jk only of mild, medicinal Fish, has been very seriously the State's interests. The fol buggy. The horse began to run week end with her parents. rM ingredients, with no bad sick since last Friday Wednes- lowing were selected as Jurors: o and dragged the buggy a short KY. Miss Martha Wallen, of Beeville, his condition was alarming day Grand Jury. distance. The buggy was torn t He shows a little improvement M. F. Deaton, Joe Calahan, Texas is spending the week with pieces but the girls were not serTAKE at this time. John Mink, Bran Cromer, Hiram Mrs Lula Cress. was iously hurt. The horse R. C. Cox his purchased an in- Mink, Joe Parrott, Geo. Death-ridge- , scratched up a little. Tilman Morris Hance terest in a barber shop at Corbin. ae and will move his family there at Robins, Jack Doan, J. R. Alcorn, Dev. Asher, from London, W. H. COITONGIM, J. C. GRIFFIN, C H. Mullins E. H. Saylor. an early date. ent preached at Oak Hill, Sunday. President will have charge of the shop here Petit Jury. Mrs. I. B. Chestnut is still on C M. THOMPSON, Cashier The Woman's Tonic Panel No. 1 George Pitman, the sick list. Chas. Sargent has for the present, Mr. Cox not hav nknnt what vnn'rt W. M. Adams, Jim Chasteen, a severs case of typhoid fever. ing sold his interest as yet. selling, but take a tip, You can rely on Cardui. John Debord, W. H. Sowder, Mose McNew's wife, of Wildie, m brother, you'll break W Mr. J. C. Moore who has been Surely it will do for you ear drums, not pocket so very sick for several weeks, Jessie Bullock, Sam Barron, Z.T. died last Saturday and was buried what it has done for so Hansel, John Fletcher, J. L. Sunday A. G. Cnder and wife books. many thousands of other was takf n to Somerset Monday women! It should help. motored to Conway, Wildie and to see the Negro Specialist, whom Doan, C. W. Shiplet, Ike Doan. Sue Bennett Memorial School "I was taken sick, it is said has worked almost mirPanel No. 2 Ira Wells, G.A. Mt. Vernon, Sunday, over the seemed to be ," London, Kentucky acles and is enthusiastically en- Bullock, C. H. Philbeck, C. C. Dixie Highway. The big Brod-hea- d Sane advertising in writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, Jones, Spencer Abney, Ivan Milfair was all the attraction dorsed by many of Somerset's of Madison Heights, Va. this paper makes Five schools give thorough training: High School, Model "I got down so weak, ler, Ben Bullock. W. T. Evans, last week. There was the largest test people. thinking people buy. School, Normal School, School of Business, School of could hardly walk . . . John S. Purcell, Gi'l Fredericks, crowd that has yet been witnessed just staggered around. Music. Jack Hansel, Jim Brock. at this good fair and everybody LOCAL. I read of Cardui, enjoyed a good time. The Reskrve Jury. and after taking one botNew Courses Special courses preparing young men and -- " If you're nat in ma Miss Fan Sparks requests us to company gave good tle, or before taking quite Jas. W. Brown, George Ren- women for government positions; Civil Strvice and N ursing. ad. van, isn't it time all, I felt much better. I say that all the names of those ner, w. A. Mcrvinney, W. T. shows at nights and had large tfbur country needs you prepare. took 3 or 4 bottles at you teak a flyer? contributing to the Illiteracy fund French, Gerard Hansel, Ebb Mc crowds each night. Uncle Frank that time, and was able to will be published in next week s clure Our rates are very reasonable. Adams fell off a mule and is car do my work. I take it in paper. rying a black eye as a result. Any The following convictions have the spring when runWrite for catalog for full information to been rendered and a number of one who wishes to join the Red down. 1 had no appetite, Yaa have our word Notice. 1 will move to my cases resulting in an acquital have I commenced eating. and Cross can do so by calling on A. A. W. MOHN, Prineipal. you'll never regret it, old property on old Main street, been tried up to the time of going It is the best tonic I ever G. Crider, who can explaining to (0P7. M. by W. N. V.) back of court house. Will serve to press. The list is as follows: saw." Try Cardui. them the purpose of this organ- John Hopkins, selling liquor same price. meals at All Druggists $100 and ten days in jail; Bill ization, and has buttons on haud Mrs. D. C. Price. Sept 7 Baker, $50. and ten days in jail so you can readily tell who it is Watch, made by the and disfranchisement for two that has donated to the Red Cross. Lost -- ,iTears; John fct. John, $25 and n Su.iu- - ten nnve In inil. rlisfm.nrhieoman- When you join them you are pre vu., 1 iiii.iuciimo It has been demonstrated that a college education is woith 20. teed 20 years, stem set and stem Dolhe Berry liquor $60 and 20 Sented with a red cross button ul full 000. You can get it at Union College for a few dollars, a wind, second lid on back scored, days in jail; the same $50 and 10 Let everybody join. Ye editor Good bard of desire, and a good stock of grit. also three initials LAG. days for having liquor in pos- - of the Signal and other parties and A ericas del I scratched with a pin in small let- - session: Noah Mason, breach of were seen motoring through the Do you have the price? Take an invoice of your stock and tte? lars grow on the HB Sunday' R" advertising tea. ters; dent in edge of case, also For Infants and. Children in' four Will you pay the price of a good education when it is so reasonable. spring broke to front lid, Elgin 8eperate cases for selling liquor; Smith was in Mt. Vernon, Mon- - THIS PAPER GETS AD. RESULTS Years Of course you will! For catalog write, In Use For Over Liberal reward to Bob Nixon $10 for breach of the day. Sam Maharg is on the puny RESULTS BUNG DOLLARS moveinent. Always bears PRES. E. T. FRANKLIN, the list We guess Sam mil hare to finder for return. M. Pitman, peace. (OoriifU,aarW.a.iM Baxbourville, Ky, Signature of up "No. 79" wn Commuol-ewant to SIGNAL with e 79 mm Cand,dates elected and defeat OIL NEWS. cd at last primary should bear in Oil interests are still active tuind that tx;ens account uius with compauies actually at wsrk. ba filed within 10 days. The lease speculator has not The Levisay tract of land of been so active for a few weeks. 622 acres, sold at Commissioner's Rockcastle has a number of Sale on last Monday, was bought dry holes in various sections of by John McKinney for $2,565. the county and there has been 'J go to Somerset again aud jet ths notorious dsetsv tsjl sua what is the treubls. Ur. wtka.a SwuitL and sister, Mtse Weiteda Bvrton are visiting in Virginis ter a few 11 - I " Look Beyond the mere days. PriceofaThing! at Fish's You at But that's It's What You GET That Counts 1 Po.-toflSc $17, $20 $25 that z Mc-Clurea- $15 SPECIALS $20 FISH'S - $17 $25 jyi II at want New York that WE SHOW SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY. d WABD THE CASH STORE iiS man's Start -- n For Weak WWsM vl Xi man The Women Opportunity The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, after-effec- ts. CAPITAL 15,000 00 Vice-Presid- HIATT SCREAM CARDUI A ... I I. ... I v Ml - nf... """ - y& fal' K MKVVVVVVva UNION COLLEGE . Jm5? CASTOR 30 A c&&& r w tuumtM - '.T-- i ' f.t..iriMy;'ir iji Oil FIELDS ARE ARMENIAN BURIED Cirst-Han- , ' 0 SW yJf- SICK i b - ATM r ':S-' - - I I " - . P sW MtlfL k W "K i'M...' -- - ? -- 4 J ..,- - AT THEIR BEST K ALIVE Of All -- The Saws he ew r , " ' nw, i haj 1 t spfsaj sa". - a " KENTUCKY PETROLEUM FIELDS WERE BEING DRILLED WITH 216 RIGS AUGU3T 1. A riW Mil n" w Story of Suffering, Inferno Bliss Compared to Turks' Acts. d ,; , saw like that saw saw j 1; ? : "t tl t I r- t y ffOtua rflware i'. Thfre arc ACTIVITIES AT TOP NDTGH Mi I J u 100,000 l PEOPLE MASSACRED ' .4 srw in - - - ! ess i jfa 'ess V " rrr - evei vA . a gk difeieacea in avts as tl.tre even oher siiicla of hatdwara and the otilv ngsj to Jlli fttWi vf j r'jwi ta&r I A Your tirer r.c 'vliy rest did a few y. irs ar;j, proviJt ..' you buy the today t';an they Estill Leads Kentucky Counties With Allen and Knox Following Short- age of Material Handicaps the Oper ators in Speeding Up Work. Inhumanities Inflicted on Women, Children and Men, Described by Interpreter With the Moslem Army Germans Respect Nothing. Bombay, July 2 (By Mall). The fol lowing statement by n British o'!ict now in hospital lure presents a vivid picture of the sufferings underpin i. the Armenians, of which comparative ly little Information has hitherto been forthcoming: "Before I pit my wound hi Ihe Bght-- ! Ing up beyond Bagdad I came into con- tact on several ocemanni aith a highly educated Armenian who had eacuped from the Turks and was being em a an interpreter. ployed by "The storiefl he told of the inhumanities inflicted upon hN compatriots were mi appalling that I made note of his converaationa and have attempted here t reproduce them in nometliiiig like his own language, so thai you enu iret at the heart of tie man nnd realise tthal he and nil cdocatt d Arnienl ana feel, "The Interpreter araa In Conatantl-nopluntil the end of last year, ".h 'ti be aaa sent to the front with a par';. of Armenians, several of whom esfirst-hand .'. ; Lt'Ttain of tin-- bet qnalitv is to roae Inrtw to bay. We have a large va- If riety depettdabaj at rigbl prices Ha'd-war- e iSi ;d of t:rs. to -- KhA EWkl hfKt4 FmTLi k' ,n l!ia fir3' has a slr.h ,zr.t La tcIL yc. '& ' :j prol-: fa J h a tltJ, th? our' y of with a ZT. he so tootl that tba rossat&tlaa of a great Company i'Jsi'.r . ' wai - 'Si fl KBlk thfOKX. OaUOSI el the largest United States Tires, w:''i tli as to Luy. hi. d I at, : manufacturer in the world r.n exclu sive time- United St-- fa Tires .r? trie--.ir.ij process) th.-.- t z patrr.ted. vulcar! THey are honrstly built with the fce- -t materials th:t the markets of l'ie world mi 'I. . i- le - - 1 :r otSffSMPvSI J M sMkm -- - Frankfort. total of two hundred and sixteen drilling riga were in commission in the Kentucky petroleum fields at the beginning et the month, this being the largMt number in the eighteen yenrs' history of production in this state. The greater amount of work is credited to Estill county, with Allen and Knox counties follow ;ng. Operators are unable to get all material desired for new drilling operations, this condition cutting down new drilling to about half what It would otherwise be. A I arar , c. c n r v v v. It. Vernon, Kv. it- -. - i; WntteA ctes Hires 1 v'LJlr ik Briii 4 in ' Are Good Tires A Tire Roil fcr Every Need of Price and U Coid' 'Nubly' 'Chrin' 'Usco' 'PI I . i, it. i.r, m tt :t "i.. Ii:.k .ill ? Imlm rtarS und Sirr'.iug L'r.:t. f' .'.;.,:.( TIBM ACCTSSO- WoHhmmd Vicar Sujrc.i.e i .js pis iiinw"- ...ir"' " "---- "' '".".".' iiiir - -- liliip '"vwivaiiamw A complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros. ry 7 vg Comfort Awaits You A retreat from the monotony of every day business cares away from the crowdswhere you can stretch out and take things easy. There are many of these quiet shauy haunts to be found UiL mb VVSmiS at Y( r - s. -- .tlT'-g Asheville Neiv England Chattanooga Niagara Falls Thousand Islands Atlantic Seasiore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts 31!. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimes. Good returning until October LOW ROUND TRIP TI0KETH CN SALE DAILY ' . We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. Consult your local ticket agent. or address H. C. KING, I)if i: ice Passenger Ageat, 118 E. Mau Sircet, Lcziugioa, Ky. V The record of new production and wells completed was fairly well maintained during July, Kentucky being credited with almost one half the entire completed work In fields east of the Mississippi, A total of 126 new wells were drilled, of which 4:? were dry. The new daily production developed amounted to MM barrels. Total completions were fewer than were shown during the preceding month, but new production maintained about the same average. Small fields are now being opened in many sections of the state as a result of the advance work started earlier in the year. Districts which were passed over as worthless one and two years ago are shoving petroleum in paying quantities, the wide areas separating many of thse new pools, indicating the vast possibilities in Ken have tacky. Recent developments shown an extensive pool in Lee county, east of the old Estill county field; in Lincoln county, where the first ventures were failures, and in Warren county, where a number of Chance pumpers have been drilled. strikes in many counties of both Eastern and Western Kentucky are now being followed up, while leasing continues brisk in all directions. work Powell counIn ty, bordering Estill on the north, leads in big wells, although in aggregate production the Estill county field main tains a big lead, with about 80 drilling rigs in continuous operation On the Powell county side late returns include a well at Pilot making 150 barrels, drilled by the Cumberland Petroleum Company on the Pruitt & Miller lea" Three other completions, making 15. 25 and 100 barrels, respectively, are reported. A total of 18 new wjslls have bei-drilled in the Estill field, yielding from five to fifty barrels. The Oleum Refining Company If nw building a refinery at Piyse. in the Estil! fields, to have a dally capacity of 1.000 barrels of crude oil. Operations will be under way within two months. The new plant will he contiguous to the Ravinna and Miller Creek pools. Ten nessee operators are interested In this venture. fair-sized d Opooaite Court House e . 8 caped.' Bury Sick Woman Alive. The Interpreter's story follow: "What you nave read ami heard about Armenia is not hundredth parr of th truth. Dante's Inferno w,i heaven compared with the hell that the Turks have made of my country. Something of the awful realttj ' ihe iiiontli-- . I have seen roysd( pawl tv, eiin pnaoing throngb on the amy to the - :4 , . JOflAS IVIcKENZIE i THS OLD RELIABLE rttvdtvtt .:: nv5 r.t.ueri(L n ; " jca ;4.-- ve 6" 4 t, - . re- a, -- -- --- "-- t wM r- --- : V -- . . . 'T- - . - '4 A Se x- r- - ,V N 7' fcgVite J i... . Kkk? Ea-fcric- TiA Sjv. 'i !M ? Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Make Rosy Cheeks aai eautiful Forms, Men Need Phosphates to Make Strong, Healthy, Vigorous Bodies. Athletes increase their strength, energy and endurance more by simply taking a fen weeks treatment of J. -- C.McCLftRY - 2JrzmLyE&IP' 200 per cent or Argo-Phospha- UNDERTAKEN and EMBALMED KY. Atlanta i Dr P. A. Jac1sim anoma. VVIhmi the phosphate e;o says that Phosphates are just as from the blood, the pink cheeks essetitial to anv man or woman go too The muscles lack tone. who tires easily, is nervous, or They become nervous, irritable, C. C. irritable, worn out, or looks hag despondent, melancholy, the ATTORN LAW gard and pale to maLe a strong, brain fags, and the memory fails MT VEENON.KY robust, vigorous healthy body, as Therefore if you wish to pre OFFICE. On 2nd. floor of they are to cotton to make it serve your youthful vim. vigor, Bank of' Mt Vernon, on grow. The lack of Phosphates and vitality, to a ripe old uge. vou Church St. Special attenis the cause of all enernic condi must supply the deficieny of Phos tion given collections. tions aud the ad mi niste ration of phates most easily assimilated. 'pnonk So 5 grain Argo- - Phosphate- - X Notice: Argo Phosphate tablets will increase the strength and en- which is recommended aud pre33t$ac&x:$ K&x&yr& durance cf weak, ervous, care scribed by physiciaiH in all cnemic secret or patent worn men and women 300 per cases, is not medicine, but one that is sold cent iu two or three weeks time and recommended by well known O in many instances, and their druggists everywhere, dnd phvs continued use will build up the whole nerv us system, and jriw icians are subscribing the con new life, vim, vigor and vitality stituents contained in it Beuij; to the who'.e body. I always pre entirely unlike manv other Phos phates. It is easily assimilated scribe Argo Phosphates to pati- and will be found effective in the ents who are pale and colorless treatment of indige-tio- n and and it is surprising to see how stomach troubles, as well as for quiokly a few weeks treatment kv . care worn, nervous conditions. win trnnsioim a pale lace to a rosy cheeked beautv. There en ' Vle manufacturers of Argo Phos the Lamp Oil th pnatewin torreit to any enarita 1 u 20000 " they ca" eaves Lyes nblet ;':n,tmio" m ; man or women un . l. Nnthfmr is mnro fmwwlssumciontly supp Med with Phos- - der 65 who lacks Phosphates, and home than oiesr, steady light. Insure , his by getting the oil that burns recent interviews mcrease their strength and en P !,CSu fHt:ir Ann (4pnn withr,t a;.i with physicians on the grave and dunnco from 150 percent to 300 down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. serious consequences el a defici per oent. or more in one monto's Costs no more than the inferior tankwagon oil- s- saves MONEY s vis ncyof Phosphates in the bled time, tf they are free from organ of American men and women. I 1C troudle. It is dispensed by all Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. have strongly emphasized the reliable druggists. fact that doctors hohld prescribe If your druggist will not sup Chas. 0. StoSS Oil Co. more phosphates in the form of plv you, send fljoo to the Argo Lexingtpji, Ky. Argo Phosphate for weak, worn Laboratories, lo Forsyth St Pinery afWarren. Pa. out, haggard looking men and Atlanta, Ga., and they will Send We sell the cslebrated "No Cars'women. When the skin is j ale. ou a two weeks treatment by Auto oil. aa4 ttesk flabby, it isasiga of nail. STANFORD, KV-A- T s Williams ZfcW M j " aJ "At Aleppo there are four fnctorii . (s " oa o in arhich, under the sup rvision of d" . portel Aruienianx, 2.mifl Annenlat: women are being employed under ter rible conditions. The women are all deport 'os. t tv of them Raid to me: W "on n hall during our rieitorinti'W o woronn I saw gendarme bury J3 alive.' i pj3c5ipr i murders arere an evomnrrence. Onr gunrds h:,ii ei :i:;orders to kill on Ihe spot anyone laggtMl behind on the j ney. Often were killed at once, and there !. , fj J0 W was no aepnrnte grave them th i. &.i am bodies were just thrown into a ditch L tl ei- and covered. It was all horrible to behold, but our eyes eventu ranie hardened to the xlght, "Bah, Messguene and or are three placed never to tie forgotten by us Ar hi n. menlnna, I hi re visited jroH aw wh:tl happenwl ihvn i (ea men. !,s ;:, j Bj Ihe r Ur of the COMPLETE LINE -- of my gorerni r, Aflf, nntrfy T " nilered, mas aered by "ire'' Coffins, Gaskefp and Robes W ; V amaed Clrfaasiana. j Mail, Telegnpli or Tek railway tnnks saw "At Itosanti. of Httle Armenian children being disphone ordt-i'i, Fromptlv patched 'to an unknown destination.' Filled What had these little hsnoceurs dan o offend 1 Was It the mere fact of ' : fdifiDCab 1 being alive and being sons and daughHomeopaths at Louisville. ters of our thrice unhappy race? Stirring addresser were made at thf The German soldiers that one sees meeting of the Kentucky State Hmeo tround the sections tn Armenia are pathic Society, held at Louisville dr.r generally of a low type and not far ing the past week, when eig'it homeo behind the Turks in their disregard n 7ath!r physicinns s'gne'l r the rights of our people. oo-o- for the Officers' Reserve Corns. Th German Respects Nothing. was called at the request o "Their cruelty i a little different the War Department to stlBurfate re rom that of the Turk, bin the differ-necriiit'iig of medical n en for the Onfte is only one of kind. The Turk, Btatm army, ('.;et II. M. Hebee. or example, often respects certain professor of mrpery of Ann Ar Ihlnga which we have learned to asso-'bor. Mich., st.iied that the goven-raewith our rellirious or racial bead eut out a call for S0,00 medlca liefs. me;:, and that 2 000 of that quota muc ihe Oeraaaa has no reaped for be tarnished bv the homeopathic or inythlng. nothing is too aaered for him-.- n gani' tions. The organisation! a" rnfnne hands. The Turk frequently ready bar enlisted "00 men with th fer- some respect and government, and a great effort is beim used to show Armenians, the ;ice to the upper-clas- s nr'fle to til an the Drewihed q'iof' dnrnted people, regarfflng them a " '.' The Ri rli ihle of being useful even chaplain of tU'- KirHt Kentucky ltc: up-to-d- ate In u Turkish dominion. The German iment. Made the address of welcorm as soon as he arrived here, pointed likewise! the progrenitc homer, ami, Dr. J. T. Bryant and Dr. J. P. Cobl nt the educated Armenian as the most dean of Hahnemann Homeopath'1 dangerous of all, and Instigated the wide-awak- e business woman. We the who have returned from Washington la I to iutiate people into tlotails" organising a ruthless pershall be Turks into arl era they con 'erred with member secution of the Intellectual classes of el keojini' a ehoekiag aoooaat, of th. Counil of s'ational Deense made talks on the 'iuties that are re Armenians. "One nay they surrounded the ofWE W1U, hk ;r..i quired of the medical men in th: takk yoi'K oudkr fices of the conservative newspaper Applications: crisis. O. F. Mllle FOU THK N'KW LrlJRRTY LOAN BONOS. Asadnmnrd. arrested all the staff and Hopkinsville, Ky.; T. H. Hollingshern' deported, theem. 1 know not whlttaer, Louisville; Sam E. Stanley, LouisvlP George 13. Spencer, Winchester; J. E Will they ever return? Who knows? Children Suffer Horrors. Million, Lexington; R. M. Skinner "One day I walked from a place Flemingsburg; P. G. Smoot, Maysville; where thousands of innocent women, Charles O. Xeff, Louisville. girls and children were bivouacked. suffering nameless miseries. I walked Noland Is Pardoned. Gov. Stanley pardoned Geo. Noland away because I could not bear any convicted of malieious shooting in more to gaze upon them, and I came Bath county last May and sentenced tc to a hill where I saw a little child. I was In Turkish uniform. serve twelve to eighteen months. "The child CUBM near me and cried In Turkish : 'Givp me for Chaffs sake Frankfort Doing Fine. - si Frankfort, which already has fur a piece of bread. Hot five days I have f - ii ii ' n aiTr-- Mfc? j j nlshod Company L, of the Second Regi eaten nothing but this.' He pointed to ment; the Regimental Supply Com some melon skin osal had been left pany. its quota to the regular army anc lying on the road. I answered him in Marine Corps, fifty to the navy and Armenian and the poor boy jumped up twenty-onto the officers' tralninc Into my arms, saying: 'Art thou Ar- II eamp, sent away twenty-fou- r more menian?' He remained there a minute But I felt uttering no other word. young men in the Quartermaster' Our line of Couch Caskets I Corps, which just started for the di warm tears falling down my cheek. is une.xeelld "The waters of the Uphrates, the visional camp at Hattiesburg, Miss Secretary of State Jamas P. Lowin sands of the deserts of Mesopotamia, Hand-madI ?offins furnishec Banking Commissioner George G are the graves of the whole Armenian Speer and Police Judge Herndon hav nation. I can no longer weep. 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