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Mount Vernon signal: September 14, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917091401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 14, 1917 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Still 4 SIT ROCKCASTLE Wska COUNTY, KYi, FRIDAY, lasl .irir.l 1917 ESTABLISHED J837 VOLUME XXX MT. VERNON. SEPTEMBER 14 wek. -- J XUMBKl; 51 All l . i Et3 ISn mBB L. Pickett has lus family lotnenfuperti aoved 1 jot J. FI. Walton on Main St. Ifr. anil Mr. D B. Rambu and children, have returned from Stanford after a few days visit with relatives Mis Lyda Cook of this place, and Miss Sallte C ok, of Jellico, visited relatives Mr in Bei'ea first el the week. an1 Mrs Brack Grave ei Jellieo, oeeu visiting; relatives lurw for a fw Uas aad went to Mt. Vernon from tins place. S. C. Franklin, the L. & N. watch Mt. Vernon BARGAIN HKADQUAKTEBS HOUSE FOR Fancy Groceries & Notions Drop in and iftspod our stuck and learn OH To my 11 prices. Gel better acquainted. aial blends in the country I extend patrons cordial welcone, when in town, to make our store your headquarters. It will do me good to shake band-- , with yon aain. Anytime I can be of service to yon, you only have to command m-. ' The W. J. Brown Farm of 150 Acres subdivided into 4 tr acs at Thursday, Sept. 11:00 A. M. Ufi'li'olo ROCKCAS mincuia, county r j9 M inspector, was here Tuesday. Mr. Franklin is acting as mediator between Matet and myself but we would not be surprised if he doas not add mora fuel to the fir- -, dltbo he claims that he is pooling oil on the trouble matters. G. B. (iriffin has returned from Louisville, where he purchased lots of fall and winter goods- .- J.P.E Drue mood has returned from Knoxville after a few iIits stay in that city. Mr. and Mrs I W.Cathn and son, John William, have returned from Lebanon, Ky., where they have been visiting relatives. Judge ('rank ht-- bai been repairing and painting his property on Main street. - Mrs W. O Niceley has been having the Bight Gables Hotel repaired this weak. Judge G M. Ballard was in our town Tuesday. Judge Mahlon Summers was in Mt Vernon on business Monday. Joseph Si mley, ifter a few days confinemet 1 to his room is able to be up again. Mrs.G D.Cook has been quite sick this week but is bettor at this writing. s Your old friend. P. Q. GRIFFIN VERNON, KY. MT. and Mrs. W. H Suwder, heir and wil. enter school hre in tew days. Willie had splendid; position with Proctor ft Gamble, and regrets the necessity of r singing, bet feels that hia school advantages are more important at present. Bernard Bowling, - HO PE -- WELL ; Kmmett Gentry who has been RAIN OR SHINE Free ! Barrel of Flour and Valuable Presents Given Away Free ! best Country Stores in the county There are Two Sets of Improvements in good repair, large Barns and Garage, 25 Acres in Corn, 25 Acres in Woodland, balance in fine Grass, the party buying land with corn on it will get Mr. Brown's share of same. This is an opportunity to buy a Good Farm of 150 Acres in Finest Farming Section of Rockcastle County, also has large Store House on place, Post Office, in fact this is one of the HOW'S THIS. offer One Hundred Dolfor any case of lars Reward Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's !Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty five years, iud has become known as the most reliable for catarrh Hall's itarrh Mediciue acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased v Orchard, Ky., close to Schools and Churches and Markets. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY LAND. IT IS ADVANCING RAPIDLY. The land is well Fenced, has lots of Fruit, on Roads of Brodhead, Somerset and Crab portions. After you have taken "Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great im prevement in your health. Statt taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY 6c CO., Totedo, Ohie. Sold by all Druggists, 75c - Anderson, and s Master Les Robin, were here "Chamberlain's Colic and DimXASWOHDER en will also sell some Horses, Mules, Hogs, Implements and Household Goods, from Garrard last wk, with arrhoea Remedy was used by about a year siy one 1917 Ford a complete stock of General Merchandise will be offered for sale if not relatives sad looking afsr some whenfatherhad dtarihoea It age be businsss mattsrs W. C. Hophim immediately and y sold before. kins, who will seen wear Squire taking three doses he was absojust is front of h sauis, is lutely cured. He has great faith spending a law days in Harlan in this remedy," writes Mrs. V. HE Toss Wrr.W urw kMne-- and jrravel. cure county. CoUton Stevsus, son of H. Williams, Stanley, N. Y. 1 MailUrr Iroutilus.dlssolTeshirk. rtsenfra diabetes, weak and lisme tisni and all irregularities f Uie SidjMyd ana Mr aud Mrs. M. A. Stevens, enMadder in both men and wuiuen. IrSot sold by nutfl on by your druifgi-'t- . will l tered school at Berea Tuesday. of St. Oue small bottle is two months' treatment and mUm frt'ls to txt'eet acuif. Mrs. Harrison Thomas, and little Send ter testimonials from tni and otl-- r Suites. Dr. E. W. Hall. 21C6 Olive Strtjt. daughter. Bwttie, are with her 8t Louis. Mo. Sold by druujrlsts. Adparents, Mr. aud Mrs. Ira Wells, and this week. Mrs. Thomas' home is in Illinois. Dr. Boatman, of or Iflwa, bought a farm ou Copper-GreeJ. ago from a few days who can show you farm. Georgs ghettos, for $676 00 This land was the home of Dr. BoatWILL BE IN man's grand father, which in"s,- W'" Cox'of Mt Verno"' i( ne shows up that wants to owned, operated and controlled fluenced bim to buy this particu. . ... . candidate for Countv .Inriffv wa "" j r.ii nci nidi t iui. yei waiir ioy ueo. uwens. ... t1 o- w After enjoying lar farm. He is said to be a tine w. ri. Uotlongiui was in our town Monday shaking ing. We received a letter from the show with our friend Maret, physician, but it is not his Mr called to Wild ie on account hands with the boys and says he S C Franklin last Friday asking we started back to Mr. Franklin's to practice his prjfession of the illness of her mother. j. nas a good chance et election this us to come to Mt. Vernon on the and as we were passing the prop- at least until he rests ap from a A. Oliver, of Winchester, was fill. Mr. Cox is a fine man and following Saturday, as he had ar erty of E.S. Albright, Signal Edistrenuous practice he has had in with our merchants, Wednesday it elected would be an honor to ranged a meeting between James tor, we noticed in the yard some his home .state. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. H. Rice, who has been the county. Three cheers for Maret and myself, so Saturday, iron iabbits which wers painted J. F. Carter havs returned home FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Mrs. David Owens has my better halt and myself caught white. Mr. Maret told Mr. Frank- after spending several weeks confined to her room for a few Cox TO DO days is much improved. Mr. and taken charge of the exchange here 22 and went to Mt. Vernon and lin that he saw us throwing rocks with relatives in Shelby. Dr. Mrs B. H Griffin have been in and now is hello girl. Mr and after meeting with my friend at ihe rabbits thinkiug they were Boatman, Granville Leece and Lexington for a few days. Bill Mrs J. T.Omary, Mrs.G. S Griffin, Maret and Frankin, we went to rsal onces, and he said he was F. F. Robins were in Mt. Vsrnon Owens, the sweet singer of Quail and Mrs J. B. Hayse motored to the home of Mr. Franklin, and going to write us up on that Saturday on business. Andrew is instructing a class in vocal Stanford, Monday, and report a he drafted the terms of peace, or point. We will say we know just! Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. music at the Baptist church. -- met time We met our old friend drew up the plans by which peace where that hatchst is buried and W. A Johnson, spent last week-i- t M. K. Dr. W. T Atnyx was in Louisville W.M. Hicks a fe days ago and was brought about. Well, after will not take us long to bring it in Covington tht gussts of his week attending the State asked him how he was getting we had buried the hatchet and to the surface, and besides we 'aunt, Mrs. Robert Burns and this hair Mr ana mrs. 1. uweus, o. a,u,n6 in the matrimonial field, had been invited to the table will tell all we know about shoes family. Dr R. H. Lewis was Quail, are visiting Mr and Mrs. Mart says he is now glad that he which was loaded with good that he wore 12,000 miles, and lover from Wildie Monday look-JB Hayse. Mrs. E. L. Cock-- j did not get married owing to the thingo to eat, prepared by Mrs. why the shoes can he seen in 'ing after some business matters. uu me nign cost et Franklin, who can cook to suit a I. Fish's show window. ru um reli and son, Brown, are atenaing Willie Sowder. who has been -- Prof, living. She would have been bad queens taste, we visited the mov the State Fair thi week. Mrs Maeaie Martin was in in Cincinnati for the nast twe W. K. Dlckerson is on the puny property on his hands but added, ing picture show, which is run, East Bernstadt latter part of months is with his parents. Mr. B C. TERMS EASY We Aue, You can make the money off farm to pay for it in two years. Farming BRODHEAD grandson, erected tear the place where h- Brown & Owens son of Bid. and Mrs. L. N. Bowl- now lives. ing, while wrestling with an un- have moved their saw mill from ruly bicycle a few days ago was this place to .John Shutts' farm thrown and is now suffering with near Level Green. Born Sept. a broken collar bone Among :rd, to the wife of Mike Marlei those attending the Kentucky a girl. Rev James Stokes, el ban been visiting State Fair from here this week Tenneasee, friends and relatives at tins are Mr. and Mrs J. V Tate, Mr. and Mrs R. L Smith, Miss place for the past week and ha-- , liibbie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. been holding a revival ;meeting M. Hiatt, Tilden Frith, K. H. at Hopewell church. He is He is a blind Hamss, Edgar Dunn Newland, J. ver' able speaker man. Mr. and Mrs. John Clenix W. Owens, Dr. and Mrs. W. 9. and 'Mr. and Mrs. John Stokes, Carter and Miss Hallie Barnes. Chas. T. Riddle, chief miller of of Mt. Vernon attended church the Rockcastle Milling Co. lpftjat this place Sunday. Ma. ried, 2nd, Mr. Eugene last Sunday for Indianapolis, Ind. September Hayes, son of Mr. and Mrs. with a view of locating there. Friee. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, of VVm. Hayes and a Mis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. AnQuail, arc with Mr. nd Mrs. Bsn V. Kiddle here this week. Mr. drew Price. Miss Mary Barnes Brown who has letn unable to; was the ;guest of Mrs. Robert Born, Sept. walk for several years, is still Brnsou Sunday. lst- to th" " el' Doan, a Mr and in a helpless Cuiidition. boy -- Rev. (.rub, of Fine Hill, Mrs. Arch Taj lor bave nseved from Gum Sulphur to this place and Kev. Barnes et this place and are now occupying one of J. assisted Rev. Stokes with kis Thos. Cherry 'scotages on Silver meeting at J Hopewell. Pitman has reeurned gta St. Misses Vema Welch aud Myrtle Bryant, of Mt. Vernon, the Dorsutory at Mt. Vernon. were guests of Mrs. VI. A. Stev- Miss Hattie and Master Homer Carmical spent Saturday Iwith ens during the week. their grandmother, Mrs A. CumYeinon. Charles mins at Mt S GRFAT FAITH IN Kirby has gone to West Yir COLIC AND jiinia. DIARRHOEA REMEDY. Mis-Flor- a -CHAM-BKRLAIN- dewn with typhoid fever for in peel hree weeks remains Robert serknw condition new dunning Marlei hi bavhnj d THE CRAB ORCHARD MILLING S.L. CUMMINS COMPA Ghwren t F. G.HURT CRAB ORCHARD, KY. CAkTORIA - - W. BROWN, WILLIALLI, ROCKCASTLE CO., KY., k LIVINGSTON vs-- .i ln . n BRODH EAD ' Monday, Sept. 17 ' DENTAL WORK DR. ' j PENNINGTON . j i MI.VtRNON SIGNAL Friday. .sej.t 14, 1917 present war ill;; g v . e foriicom . M hx in some ;ir rlrra ktiov.'li Ige nith ut tli ep rl i:e. i Ul I us i (i MASS FOR BATTLE Ml , ;! e .; and some Kentuekia muc- proa) ifar Two Rival Armies March to Fight ioently connected wnh $I.O grand work of theft HU. re.tnO ASCRIPTION ONK YKAR Of for pOSSeSSion inventions now heinjj; Um'I or Petrograd. 'Advertising tatei MM known On tested out by the vat depart hati 0i e '! I iiiclit in mote off 'natton uavy yards. KEKLOTS CJOET QUITS Many of our people w fail MKMHKK OF t - grasp Use Kreat importance marucKV priws association and far reaching re nits of the Members Announce Their Purpose lrto Grant the Premier a Free ! p. l:sh d every Friday by BDAA S ALBRIGHT. I eii out. Tbere si surprises ahad for join t li 8 public, AT RUSS CAPITAL M Life - Was a Misery j Mrs. F. It. Palmer, OVla., m -- 1 m m Every One of Them Said "We'll DepositOur Money with the lores, of writes: I en- 1 mi r J "From the time - ''lie news of tin brutal murder of Mr. M S Baughman at Stan-f- . i.l lai Monday niorninif by Bd H ..iiktrd eauu- aa s irieat shock to the many Rockcastle friends of thiman who had ki on him for years and had Je nasi to love and respect h:in If such rauiders as this does me put in motion the electrical machinery at Kddyvilllhen are bevesM use court busjenft or estt lifting else that represents a t. mule ..1 justice. - fi highways constructed thru our Hand in Dealing With the Serious Situation. cour.'y. These when roads. '. completed, will cause the local Btorkhoha, 12. Aa nnnnseiai roads to le unproved aim in do ,,., Preatfer Kerensky of Kus travelable all over the county, sin h:iv been nraaiai' has nana re- ' Of course it wii! reqiire time, but they are bound to come. rVrraajrad. Bept W. Qenetnl Knr- The best investment, when p;o - alloff hus ordered his trooM to antral! erly applied, is the money put il 1I1.' rnllroad stnthai at liu nnt4 U nmrcfa ea and besiege th city of in highways. Our county will Rtnremmsnl Infantry still U be transformed and lifted from UMivius enl f the capita to oppose the mud onto highways, begin KornllitfTs force. Ueneral Benlklne, on the sonthweaf RussInii ning somewhere and going some front, hasranuuander d Premier Kerent graph where. There is a brisrht fu sky thai he will ui)ort Qeneral Kor- ture for old Rockcastle and the"1'"11- IVeannr Karcnakjr ana aeal In-siiinii.ins hv wrlreleMH t ail railroad ' mountain counties whin . ate organisations, requiring the officials ta destined to constitute the richest refnw to ohejr an) nler from knerai The premier has portions et the old Common Kornlloff. from rh-- ' commanderreceived a telegram of the s.-pt- . 1.. tered into womanhood . . . I looked wiih diead from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-dow- n pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . 1 decided ta l'rt-rogni- TAKE This Bank pays a your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in addition, pays you interest on time deposits. ! "WATCH US GROW" ks :: -- m 6 ck' "r i & WS v"rvij& &a i: -- i : A. 1 lFgl!ii The Wman's Tonic OIL NGVS. l There are two wells being j calll) The writer has been personal ly interviewed by interested Baltic WINCHESTER By "J. M." Fast Madison cot'nty Arrange Rocky Ford cantaloupe section systematic manner. stents and business agreements of Kentucky. In one neighborhood ther are Bo acres produc- will be made with the farmers ing Ibis luscious product Water and truck growers of Reckonsmelons are also extensively cul tie next spring for handling the tivated and shipped. Rockeas output of tomatoes, corn, b'T lie soil is very suuabl.1 for rais ries. beans and other canAOK agricultural and fruit products luff both el these melons. The cannery will be of sui'iicl- Mr. and Mrs Will Owens of to take care of a Livingston, Mrs. Hayes of Be lent capacity - parties from the North who pro. pose putting in a canning pi nit at Mt. Vernon in i91e) The tin will be gone into in a is the rea and the writer were elegantly entertained at SnpprT at Mis. S ing of September sth residence of Mr and 0 Fiauklii on the even- Kentucky's shale of Federal aid to highways lor I9I7 amounts to $lHil,ooo. ' Compliments'instead of"eom plaints" was meant in our notes last week, in reference to Rock castle holding two fair-- ; in the same year. If it was the girl who set the tyje we will keep mum but if it was the men then lookout for a ''row'' on our return thence ward When in Mt. Vernon Sunday our attention was called to a strange procession on the alley eading from Main street back to livery barn. It consisted et thousands of caterpillars or worms, each aliout three eights of an inch in length, smooth and almost transparent, greenish tii.ge. In their march they laid a carpet or ftloor of their biiies from their number for the others to in irch over and along. Those arriving at the frout stopping to form a carpet for those following ; nd those in the tear entmbed out onto the "carpet" just .ahead of them proceeding to the head of the column to be used as a carpet in turn. Witnesses, J W. Rider, C. A. Davis, J. W. Taylor and the writer. In the residence of J. T. of the Hackley, a brother-in-lawriter, located on the Stanford Danville pike over which Boonp Way is routed, near Mt Zenia, is a door that gets off some strange stunts. The door is between a hall and the family room. At times it opens and slams making a loud noise. when there is not a This occurs breeze stirring. It takes place usually when there is only one member et the family about the premises the it happened once when two ef them were at home None of the family are super-sticious- , the they are at a loss to account for the mysterious actions of the door, .superstitious persons attribu'e the phe nomena to the reotless spirit of the lormer owner of the house The present possessor has no Inrgc output. Good roads, we are told by this canning comutnr. attracted their attention to the mountains itid upon investigation have de cid.d that Mt Vt rnon will be an Ideal place in which to place a plant One enterprise, staited. at no doubt tracts others, and others will locate iu that hust-lir- g little old mountain town that put a great highwav on the map, crossing the CumberJands appears that fev men ate satisfied wilh the positions they occupy laboring .under the impression they could do better in some ther line of work sucj1 j life and human untnre. The reason WO give names of witnesses to that 'strange procession" mention in Another portion of ibis letter. is we fesred that slv o'd fax' Will Owens at Livingston would jump in and say he heard of people who had seen snakes,' green monkies aad Strange things on different occasions but this "caterpillar carpet" business must have been produced by a new brand of soda water or coca cola. He had best 'keep off the gr;.ss" or we will tell about grabbing at the white (cast iron) rabbits that ornament the grass plot in the front yard of Editor Albrights, Saturday night while on out-wato Boone Way opera house to see the pictures Ask htm if he dtdn't grab at em. He can't deny it and return a straight face, except it be made off the same mat 'rial as the rabbits above mentioned. Tbe telephone people in moving their west main street wires to the electric light poles and removing their line of poles im proves the looks of things along . prnintstag upport. Russ Cnhinsl Resigns. 12. The Jtmsins Petrograd, oii iiiii't rtvJ i'ti iil inniiuiiciiiir it c ntir- ,IS,. W!1s t(, r int r,IM,, gill nasi free hand in dealing whh the wrlena vllu:"i,,n presented in Qeneral " PMunn,iriAnHM r.f ,, Mmnif ni.. , ,....,.., .,. . . ......p. ....,,,,,.,., v. of action hy the premier, the cabinet members will retain th'lr places, provisionally. It was formerly announced that Premier Kereiuikv had reaoeftted General AlesleC formerly chief of sr'',n and Grand Dnke snnspquentiy eominamier in actiti chief, again to assume the post of gen- eralisMiMo, vice Kornlloff. Frank admission was mndo hy the cabinet that the revolt places Boaata in a critical position. There Is grant apprehension In the city of on armed cla-- h between KornllofTs forces and tin me of the provisional government. Kornlloff served formal notice on the flremler that he would refuse all ordera. He announced he would not relluipush tils command or tlie army and Uiat he would not arrest If. I'hil- onenho, a provisional government eanv mlitaloner stationed at main army headgnartera. Phllonenko had been branded a traitor kg Kerensky. Heretofore Kornlloff simply Ignored Keren-sky'commands, furnishing no explanation. Ills announcement, however, definitely places htm as a leader of revolt. . s.-pt- . Kornll-dettskin- g s pumped short distance from tue Roekcas " I took four bottles," on to tie lintf over on the Lincoln line. Mrs. Jones goes was not only say, "and Gr.s Co Tho Rockcastle Oil greatly relieved, but can bean drilling this week for tttei truthfully say that I have pi jn Iflathem Sent Oil Co., on Harlan not a pain. . . " It has now been two Doin'sfatm in the southern part years since I tookCardui, of the county. and I am still in good Tha Rockcastle Oil Co., Mr. health. . . I would adHerman Walker, of Nashvilhv vise any woman or girl Teon., President, have two rigs to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female drilling on Copper Creek, in the! near OttHiiheim, just 0 m PI 1 t R.H. MILLER 0 LEADING DRUGGIST Mt. Vernon, i i ! 8 Kentucky trouble." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-dow- n system, take the advice of Mrs. Joyes. Try Cardui. It helped her. We believe it will help you. northern part of the county. Tho Kentucky Producers, Mr. W. A. Batten, field manager, got a Dice showing of oil on the They expect Treadway farm. to ahool this well j CALL ION US 1 j if you need anything Shat'er is still drilling on the Hatve Mink farm. El. S. AH Druggists i 0 in the drug line Prescription Work a Specialty 1 Major Lamphere, in charge of s r greets. The greatest activity was only normal traffic hclnjt noted on th no-I- wasrar.yqmetmstnig.it. t tleeahle la all government offices. No Claeh Yet Reported. No report lias yet been received of a eoUltdnn between government troops and the forces of Qeneral Kornlloff, which are coming toward Petrograd. It is officially stated that a part of the rival forces met near Luiru and mm. municated with each other without hostilities breaking out. One of Qeneral Kornlloff! detachments Is said to be advancing from the Narva. Both sides are still organizing and appealing for support. A eoancil of all ambassadors, including those representing neutral countries eras held at which the situation was discussed about which all Information was later refused. Following the meeting the ambassadors from the entente nations held a separate conference. Alexander J. Juchkoflf, formerly prestdi nt of the duma and minister of war and navy ad interim, has gone over to the side of General Kornlloff. Just prior to the announcement of I'remii r Kerensky concerning (Jeneral KornttoC, M. Jnehkoff had departed for ft. Id headquarters of the army. Member et the Itnsslan pruvWomil government are discussing the forma tion of a permanent assembly by th government tjimllnr rtiat vhlch im-- t ? construction at Camp Taylor, returned last night from Washington. This morning ai I his office he denied emphatically that there were to be anv additions to the number of men orig RED CROSS NOTLS. nallv to be trained at the camp The t!t. Vernon Chanter brio Hi attention was called to the its regular meeting tfondnj night many rumors to the lefTect that The arn was tveioved Monda man more men to btrained and aii of tonne who desire b uere the- had ori;nally been in knit c me to the Bsd Cros tended, nnd tb t ndd'.tiimal buildbendqaarters and get the yarn ings were to be erected to ac with full ii'Structi ns for knitting com ed ate them. The headquarters will be open "There is nothing whatever in all da Saturdav and yarn will be it," sad Major Lamphere the - PHONE 39 ! Mt. Vernon Graded High School AN distributed We arc very "If snx-iou- s sets for Kockcaatle so'diers famished by Oct. 1st To do this, we must all do our part. Mesdames Pento have twelve c.'iHlv at Moscow. ARGENTINA Foreign of DELAY of nington, Williams, Lovell, Rich ards, Niceley and Mieses Fan, Martiia snd Boss ,Sparks drove to Wildie to take the yarn and start the knitters. The meeting wa- held who Mrs Henry Wood. There were present Mesdamea Branaman, Hicks, Woods, Lewis, Henry Woods, Huys, Sigmon, Fish, Misses Lou and Edith tTitfsfsa Tnifc I - T Jt? 9. Phillips. The people a'of Wildie are enthus;astic Red Cross work ers and the meeting was a sue-- ) ees. The Mt. Vernon people went to Wildie in tlr. CC. Davis' ara. Mr. UHDERTeKER and EMBALMER and Mra. .Sparks' Herbert Cox draya Mr. Davis' KY. ACTION ear. - there is any change coming it will mean no increase, but more probably a decrease of some 7,o0o men.'" Ha added that orders were being Jex pec ted from Washington any day now, but of what character he did not sttte.-T- he Evening Post. ACCREDITED COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL A Standard" High School Course of Study. Thorough Training and a (Jeneral Review for Teachers KIGHT VVELLTKAIXED TEACHERS First Term Begins September 10, T. N. Nok, K. B. COX, 19 17 Chainuan Secretary J. C.MeCLARY aV3 i Write for Catalogue Si1 ft D. H. LYON, principal MT. VKRXON, KY. - ' STANFORD, Minister Is Republic COCOTONE SKIN WHITENER 25c Box Free A Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark or brown skin, renioy-ingal- l blemishes and clearing swarthy or sallow eoniblexious and causing the skin to Grow Whiter, Don't envy a clear complexion, use Cocotone Skin Whitener and have oue. WHAT USERS THINK OF COCOTONE Say-Tal- Dittnisc-a- l of iZnvoye Premature. that street. mn- mm EXPKUIENCK THR BEST TEACHER. It is generally admitted that experience is the best teacher, but should we not make use of the experience of othert as well as our own? The experience of a inousana persons Is more to be depended upon than that of one indiMdnal Many thousands of persons have used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy for coughs superstitious tendencies. with the best results, which The station announce on train shows it to be a thoroughly rea few nights since, jumbled the liable preparation for those di names of places by sounds some thing after the following order: seases. Try it. It is prompt and "Flamm," (Flannagan) "Ehe" take. effectual and pleasant to (Elkie). "Sheer," J(Shearer), ' Rtdouse" (Redhouse) "Rich BOOKKEEPING man'' Richmond), etc. Business, Phonography TYPEWRITING and The court house at Danville TELEGRAPHY yet sports lightning rods. COLLEGE nURR.SMTfrl BUSINESS LalnnllT. In ul 8MMr.CwnUI (Mian It. Tbe expected surprising of experience in mercantile Itf Prmtdent hu inand banking buiineat, alee 40 Tears educating 20,U0B vention in connection with the M men and women (or jncoattx aWInter now. at wiutirn n. ajtrrsx. Buenos Aires. Sept. 12. News dts patches to the effect that passport, may he handed to the German am Swedish diplomatic- representative! ft Argentina are declared hy the forelg. minister to he premature, as the gov ernmeiii is enable even to eonstdei such a procedure until It receives offl etal details respecting the Waslrngtoi. revelations. - Stomach Troubles Since Childhood I Now Enjoy The Best of Health PERUNA Made Me Well Mr. Wm. W. Everly, 3325 North Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Pa-writes: MEXICAN EDICTS STIR VATICAN American and British Good Offices Asked to Halt Religious Expulsions. Rome, Sept. 12. The Vatican has S Jwl "1 have been troubled with stomach disorders since childhood, but after taking six bottles of your Peruna, I now enjoy the best of health. I also had catarrh in the head, which practically has disappeared, thanks to the Peruna Co. for their good work." Macon, CI a. Those who object to liquid medicines can procure Psruna Tablets. Cocotone Co. Dear Sirs: Send me hy return mail two boxes Cocotone Skin Whitener and three cakes of Cocotone Skin Soap. They are fine ind 1 do not caae to b without asked the good offices of the American and British governments In behalf of the priests and religious orders in Mea- lc0iWhlch are threatened with expul- The Vatl- slon from that country. can adds the assurance that there ls no reason Justifying such a measure. Lufcher Burbank DliODse Sonoma County for His Experimental Farm Doe thin mean anything to YOU ? It means tbat Sanoina County offeri ideal conditions for the growta of a Tery wide range of crop. It means that it is a good farming section for YOU. Here is one of the great poultry centers of the world : oue of the best early apple, prune, cherry, peai, berry, dry wine, hop, and general farming districts in California. There it plenty of rain to make theae crops sure. YOU CAN them. Enclosed is money order for $i.a5. Yours truly, Clara M. Jackson, Montgomery, Ala. Cocotone Co. Dear Sirs: I find that Cocotone Skin Whitener is the best prep-eratioI have ever used to clear the skin, and wish you would mail mail me two boves at once. (Signed) Mrs C. P Johnson. Do not accept substitutes or imitations. CUT THIS OUT. The Cototone Co.. Atlanta, Ga. I have never used Cocotone Skin Whitener, but if you will send me a 25c box free will be pleased to try it. I enclose six 2c stamps to cover cost of mailing, packing, etc. Name ?&C$PE1 BETHURUA 1 LEWIS ATTORNEYS AT LAW MT VERNON , RY. Will practice in all the courts. Office in Bethurum tiuuaing. Waycross, Ga. Cocotone Co. Dear Friends: Your Cocotone Skin Whitener is the finest thing I ever saw. My skin was very dark and tbe first box has made it many shades lighter, and my friends all ask me what I have been using. Enclosed you will find $2 oO. Please send me six boxes of Skin Whitener and two cakes of soap. Yours Truly, ; SEE THIS COUNTY WITHOUT LEAVING HONE i $xi&c$ytM xZfrd&x We hava Issued a beautifully illustrated booklet telling of Sonoma County and of tha opportunities there for YOU. Send ten cents for this booklet and a sample copy of SUNSIT M agazime the one big National Magazine telling of tba Ufa and development of the West. Address, rn uxution. a?. CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHER'S FOR SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU. SAN FANC1SC0 Anna Address Agents Wanted. M. White. ML yr I yj TT VERNON SIGNAL t. !4, 1917 , Mt. Vnvov Kv, f waal up "No. 79" wti SJ toCommunl. yf. Miss Julia Davis has entered flbool at Midway. Mrs y. E. Hellatd is visiting io Jacksou county. Miss Agnes Jones of Pittsburg, is the guest of Miss Grace Cox Mrs. L. W. Bethurum is a state fair visitor from Mt. Ver non. Atty. and Mrs W. H. Kruegt-- r tOOieV't-L- 4 fUSHVILLC W- ft CO. arc speudiog the week in th ait jr. TIME TABLE. i2 nortn 24 16 21 north south South Phons No. 8. 5.52 3:56 11:43 12:13 pm Stte Fair ia Louisville this am week. am George Owens is (in Jackson am county this week, selling Monuments. Miss Maggie Jones is attending Jas. Landrum, Agent. ti.ured at the a Mt Mcond-cou- Atty and Mrs J. W. Browa are in Louisville to be there until Vernon, Ky. Potoc Saturday, mail matter. Uncle Preston Pennington who has been very sick for a few days is better. Mrs Joe McKenzie and child ren. have returned from a visit to Louisville. Mr and Mrs W.H.Fi-h- , Mrs J. Fish and son, Jack, are in Louis ville this week. Raymond Barnett, who has had typhoid for the past three weeks, is better. Clay Gentry was h3re from East St. Louis, 111, Tuesday was in Louisville during the week on professional business. Miss Rissie McFerron has en-ter- PERSONAL Mrs V. A. McKenzie is visiting friends in Livingston. Mrs. W. T. Francis has returned from a visit to Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sparks are in Louisville for the week. Mrs. E. J. Anderson has betn very sick for the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. George Durham were with relatives at Livingston Sunday. Mrs Fanny Adams has been with a lelon on suflt mitf iutt-nlher linger. a Mrs. M. Ham is spending few days with Mr and Mrs Fred Owens in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Brack Graves, of Corbiu, were guests of relatives here during the week. Clifford and Mr. and Mrs children, of Lockland, Ohio, are with relatives in this onnty. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood, of Corbiu, were guests et Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Miller over Sunday. Mr and Mrs W M. Owens, of Livingston, were guests of Mr and Mrs. S. C. Franklin Satur-day y for a few hours. ur m. reunmgton ed Bryant & Stratten Busi- ness College Louisville. Mr. Arnold, mother of Logan Arnold, died at her home on Skeggs Creek Tuesday. Misses Rissie Williams, Julia Fish and Frances Sparks motored to Danville Wednesday. Mrs. James Mullins returned to her home at Avoca Saturday, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Thelraa Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gentry have ;been in Louisville since vesterday morning seeing the big fair. John D Pennington and child ren, of Jackson county have been with Mr. and Mrs. Prtston Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. Lincole Pennington, of Corbin, are visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs. Preston Pennington. Miss Susie Thompson has been in Louisville for the east few day studying the latest styles in millinery and purchasing the fall and winter line for Sutton & BODLE THOMPSON. If its New you'll iud it i. J. McKinney is again In barge of the Mt. Vernon hotel, Mr. E. B. Thompson who is,Msh's' vhich he successfully ran for low in the U. S. A. Officer s s s PmCell qualified as ad- several years. raining campai rori uenjmiiu ilistrrt.,jr of the estate ef his The firm of Warren &. Purcell, narrison, luaiaua,, writes um rei brother W T Purcell deceased. he Richmond street grocers, ha? tive, Mr J. W Brown, a letter' mare 12 years n which he gives an account of! Po SALE:-O- ne by mutual consent Deen dissolved vlr. Purcell bought Mr Warren iiue of Ithe duties reauired of old; one mare 4 years old; one be voung men preparing to be horse. 3 years old. merest aad will cvatinuc the bu D L Bryant ome officers in our National mess. rmy. Mr Brown has given Sept 21. For Sale A 2 h p gasoline us permission to publish the let-WANTED: Man past 30 with engine, in erfect condition and ter which we give oeiow. We horse and buggy to sell Stock will be sold en guarantee. Can are sure it will be read w'th Condition Powders in Rockcastle be bought at a bargain if sold at much interest by the many County. Salary $70 per month. ence. See George Owens at M t. friends and admirers of Vlr. Address 9 Industrial Bldg., InVernon Monumental Works, or Thompson in this, his home dianapolis, Indiana. apply at this office. county. Notice: Parties holding claims NOTICE. "Ft Benjamin Harrison, against the estaie of W.T.Pureel All Indiana, parties holding claims will present same to me at ence Co. 10, U.S A. Training Camp. properly proven. Also those inagainst the estate of Queenie Langford will present same to Kept. Utb, 1917." debted to the estate will pleas me at once, preperly proven. Dear Uuclw John: arrange to settle same at .once. Also those indebted to the esS. S Purwell. "I have never spent two busier tate will please settle same at weeks than the last two,-u- p Admr. at the earliest possible moment. 5:30 A. M., and Con the go till Taken Up: On Sept. 8th 1917, E R. Gentry, 9:3o P. M., thei in bed lights out. iu the town of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Admr. In the mean time eat three I took from the streets one male' meals, shave once, wash dishes, Calf, looks to be about oue year SPEAKING DATES. The Council of National De- sweep the floor, make up beds, old, about one half 'jersey, color fense have arrangea for speak- brush our clothes, sew on but- brindle, with some whits on belly ings at the following places and tons, clean our arms and kit, and iyellow around nose. The drill, drill, .drill, attend confer- owner may tave same by paytimes: ences and instruction and study ing feed and pen bill. If not Wildie, Tuesday, Sept. 25. very moment of every minute called for in 10 days from this 7:30 p m. in the day. We may write let- date will be sold for teed and Hammond School House, Wed ters but can not do so when cost Limit of time and date of nesday, Sept, 26, ',7:30. busy. Not forbidden to the use sale Sept, 24 th, 1917 at 10 Livingston. Thursday, Sept,27, ef tobacco, otly don't use it o'clock. This Sept. 13th 191 7. 7:30 p. m. on duty.'' when P. D. DEBORD, ttrodhead, Friday, Sept. 28. "Honest the job is a hard one Marshall. 7:30 p. m. and men are falling out every Mt Vernon, Saturday, Sept, day. The are examinations 1 I , 1 j . .iM V V V- I Y 1 1.1-- ifJ' - ai. JMmi 4 . . nPt.'. ' J MEN DON'T WEAR Our Fish Label on the outside but somehowaor other you can tell it is there, A label that speaks so ploinly and always s:ys the as that m. School House, Saturday, Cove Sept. 29 7:80 p m. 29, 1:00 p An effort is being made to secure more speakers and have speaking dates on the above nights in different sections of the county If we succeed in making this arrangements the announcement will appear next week. GAME WARDEN HERE. Col Henry Coff, the big game warden, was here this week and said to the Signal Man: I have just received 'instructions to go alter all violators ef the game night. Ballard and Miss Mrs G. Onie Silvers have been assisting in the post office during Mrs M Biown's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller and C. A Davis west to Midway la-- t week to take Miss Julia Bavi-auplace her in school there. and son. Mrs. W. B. Reinke Bill and mother, Mrs. Aiken, were among those going into the city for a few days during the week. We are glad to report Mr. J. C Moore very much improved. He was on the streets jesterday feeling good and looks but little cut down. Rev. H T. Young and family relumed Monday from a most pleasant two weeks visit to rela tives and friends in Western part of t h e state. Willis McKenzie, John V. Mc Kenzie and Hobe Hansel are on river fishing this week. Lige Cummins is running Mr. Mc Konzie's store. Chas C. Davis has taken Louis Miller's place for the Upjohn For the present he will disCo continue his real estate and McBee. bnsiness. Mr. and have been Mrs. C. D. Sutton in Louisville since Monday seeing the big fair. On the side Mr. Sutton looked up a few bargains for that splendid firm of which he is senior mem- Miss Nell Thomason, who has spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Thomason, of near town, has re turned to Louisville to resume her duties as .governess, in the Kentucky School for the Blind. Miss Ducillia Jones, daughter of Rev. J. R. Jones, of Verda, Ky., is one of the new pupils to enter Langdon Memorial, which epened jesterday. Her father came ofer with her and was present at the openlug of the school. Robert Fish is again attending State Fair, as a guest of the Fair Association. He won the trip on his sorn in the boys core club. This is only one of the many good things which has come to Robert for his splendid efforts as a farmer boy. Keen laws, and 1 am going to do it I have just finished up the ap pointment of deputies and have them scattered all over the couu ty. There is no way on earth that the boys can get away from us if they do ge wroug and try to kill game out of season. From what I can learn there is igoing to be very little of the work done, and I hope that I have been correctly informed. You can tell them that we are o the look out." Mr. Goff is one of the very best game wardens that we have had in this county for dreaded. We have so many books and so little time to study them. We had our first real inspection this morning. Noth ing was said to mu but some of the boys were dragged over the coals. It is a great Jlil'e and I like it. Some of the officers are grand while some of them appear a little stiff even for soldiers. It would knock me out if I should fail to s. I am going my almost, and yet I to do am fearing, it is so hard to do so much in so short a time. "You ,said you were coming te see me while I am here. If you do, come om Sunday as I would not have time te shoot at you much less talk to ou on auy other day. Give me the news at home " Kindly yours, p-- a Vaporize79 Croup or Cold Troubles Vapor treatment for oold troubles are better than internal medieines, as th vapors carry the medication direct to the lungs and air passages without disturbing the stomach. Salve is apWhen Viek's plied over the throat and chest, these vapors, released by the heat of the body, are inhaled with ach breath. 25c. to $1.00. "Vap-O-Rub- right thing is worth something. " YOUR NEW FALL SUIT and all the fittings are here ready to slip into. YICRSWB SALVE TALENT WANTED! MusieianS-Readw54ecliir- COME IN for a "GLANCE AROUND" and ers see the new things. E. B. Thompson. Langdon Memorial school, that LOCAL. ber. rs. Cas Cox left last week for Corbin where she joined Mr Cox to make their future home We regret to lose this splendid family from our town but we trust the change will prove both pleasant and profitable to them. M T. F. Warren, who was until recently a member of Warren & Purcell, is opening a grocery and restaurant in the Mrs. Rice prop, ertv next door to Mt. Vernon hotel. NOTICE. and Mrs. U. G. Baker were in Louisville a part of the week. They took in the State Fair, bought 'goods and on the side, Mr. Baker bought a Cadillac auto. Fred Owens drove the car through to Mt. Vernon yesMr. The sale of the farm ef W. J. Brown, of Willailla, advertised for Sept. 27. has been called off. After the irst side of the paper was printed Mr. Brown called us and informed us that the property scheduled in advertisement on first page, had been sold. terday. This notice annuls all other adJones Hiatt Fish, son of Mr. vertisements that may appear of and Mrs. G. C. Fish, who has that salebeen in California for the past While in Louisville Meaday two or three years is with the writer had the pleasure of - Fourth Regiment U. S. Engi- visiting Fred Owens at bis neers stationed at Vancouver garage lie West Main, where Barracks Washington we found him hard at werk and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Bowman, doing lets ef business. His Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Niceley and brothers Wiley a ad Mitch are daughter. Miss Dessie with John beth working ter him. Fred has Albright as chauffeur spent Sen-da- a good business and is doing at Camp Stanley Lexington. well. We also saw Joe McKenDwight Bowman and other Rock- zie who has a good job in New castle volunteers are all stationed Albany and boards with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Owens, at Lexington. y institution which has for many years been the pride ef Mt. Vernon and Rockcastle coantv and whiee schoel hundreds of worthy Westwood Conservatory of Music girls, who etherwiss would have been deprived ef an education, ; : : Etocotion and Languages : : : can point to as their greatest MRS. CORA W. HIGDON, Directress benefactor ia preparing them Harrison and Montana Aves. fer life, opened yesterday with Westwood Cincinnati, O. , years. almost their full capacity. The faculty is th- - same as last year RED CROSS NOTES. except, Miss Cuiver of GreenTo successfully earry ou a ville, Tenn., takes Mrs. Hall's war our country must be one place as Domestic science teach, vast machine, every part ef er. which works in its place har The opeaiag of the Graded moniouslv. We eannot conduct Mondiy, towed a war without strong, active sol school am an enrollment first day of ?8o diers, or without guns and munition. A soldier cannot the best in the history of school. train and engage in war and also A large number of patrons and farm, so some must feed him friends were present to lend October I and 2 He must also have comfortable their presence and Jspeak a word clothes and the volunteers arm of encouragement for the success Limited to Oct. 7 ed with knitting needles are do of the i9i7 -- 18 school year. ing their part just the same as Prof. Lyon and his cerps of as L. & iV R. R. those in trainirg camp, ou the sislants are very much pleased high seas or on the battle front. with the splendid start, and ACCOUNT can knit at all judging the future by the past, Anyone who Kentucky can knit Ja sweater just as well we have levery reason to look as sox. A muffler or a wristlet foiward to a good aud successful Bankers is easily knit. Come in, get year under hia leadership. Association yarn and try your hand. The news of the death of W Sept27 Red Cross ' headquarters will T. Purcell, age 4I years, a farm, be kept epen each Saturday to er living 011 Beene Way 2 miles furnish supplies of yarn and in- North of here, came as a sur structions Call at the postoffice prise when it was announced any day and Mrs. Brown wilt Sunday aftetneon. He had been find some one to serve yea. sick for more than three weeks Last Monday was the regular with typhoid fever. The deannual election of officers of Mt. ceased .had sever bees married Vernon Reyal Arch Gbapter No. and made his home with his I40. The following officers were father and step mother. For a number of years the father was duly elected aid installed: E. R. Gentry, H. P.; John H. ai invalid and preceded the son September 19th Coffey, EL.,; J. W. Brown Scribe; to the grave only two months. V. C. Tate, Treas J. A. Lsnd-ru- One brother. S. S. Purcell, of LIMITED TO SEPT. 26 Ottawa, survives. The burial Secy.; R H. Miller, C. of H.; . For trie LyMiMvi and Chautauqua. We will organize five new companies thle season. Our present companies are all engaged and making good. Special coaching classes begin Sept. 15. Out of town students ean put all instruction in one day per week. Catalog upon application. L 1 11 The Men at the Front Dig trenches, build arsenals and lay in ammunition in defense of the enemy. Just as apparent is the duty of the man at home, for has he not his home, his loved ones, and his business to guard agai .1st the possible attacks of sickmss, accident or business. ROUND TRIP Louisville e-- i $5.55 The time to prepare is BEFORE THE ENEMY COMES. Better start your trenches today by laying in a little ammunition at our bank. The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIf f IN, W. H. CO ITONGIM, Vice-Presid- ent ROUND TRIP President C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier Louisvilfe $5.20 ACCOUNT Sue Bennett Memorial School London. Kentucky Five schools give thorough trafesng: Htsrh School, Modal School, Normal School, School of Business, School of Music. Nsw Courses Special course preparing young men and women for government positions; Civil S-- r iot ;ind Nursing, your country needs you prepare. Our rates are very reasonable. ; m, Rev. H. T. Young, P. S.; D. H. took place Monday. Lyon, R. A. C; James Prcctor, M. of 3rd V ; Cam Mullins, M. of 2nd V.; W, C. Johnson M. of 1st C. C. V.; M. Pennington Sentinel. McNew and Manus of Wildie L.&1H. R.R. Williame 5 MT.VEBNON,KY. Sovereign are threshing wheat through this section. They report a good yield There is also a big crop w ef Back Wheat. OFFICE. On2rd.floorof Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church St. Special attea tion given collections. PNoN Grand Lodge LO.O.F. Sept 14 Writs for eatalog for fall information to A. W. MOHN. Principal. to 3ocx3caGee3ic TMm i in ri' .11 ,JWMK ADMIRAL VON TIRPITZ """!.. U. S. FLEET SINKS SIX SUBMARINES A tB & Sj j,jft Square Deal (!:l j se-ii'i-- W 8 IN BIG BATTLE Two Merchantmen Are Lost in 01 " I i from in nh . Vc il 't-a- l n Lai-- AMBASSADOR GERARD'S Square .did ever nlhM anv lur Carpi ni.T. And tl Fs (J, i T' . are arc - og !) Expose of Kaiser BEGINS ' x-iir- - '4 ;?'T i, V'.t- - Fight Off the Coast of France. DESTROYERS ATTACK DIVERS 1st I cqtmrv, nrrarale, atrtMBarla niiic ni d ul il:- 'id . iim-- i n -- iitw' Al. trad, s lklk ;il ery bej t b:at tiu's lip ii d uitb A Su ill . ;.il I '. T. Oli. L'i e ;u lit Hai tl :,i c Sunda.y, September 16th American Diplomat Reveals an Amazing Story of German Ambition, Treachery and Intrigue It exposes the unscrupulous Intrigues of the Prussian Cliques intrigue that stretches like a Spider's Web over all phases of German Life. You can read it, beginning next Sunday, Sep tember 16th, and running daily for about six -- American Vatthip Convoy Engages German UBoats and Is Believed to Have Sent Whole Unit to the Bottom. Admiral von Tlrpitz, the father of submarine frightfulness, Is one of the organizers of a new party in Germany which declares against "any peace dictated by weak neives." Washington, Sept. 12. line Geraaaa submarine was pnihabi) sunk In an en gagement between a llntilla of Anieri off the eonal run steamers and according to u revised stateof ment by Secretary of the Savj Una UN. in sjaklng the stntenaeat, the secretary suld an error la the department's handling of the dispatch teHIng of the encounter made it appear six were probably lost. submarine Washington, Sept. 12. Aaerens first aslghty blow agn'nH the Oernaaa naval forces has been struck and six probably have of the kaisers been sent to the bottom. The news of the naval eagageaneBt, which took place off the east of Franc, sad was announced by the navy department late this nwrnthg, electrified the capital. Ietalls of the battle have not been received, but 1 nnnnfc - known to ahaw that the American forces covered themselves with ttlory. Battle Off French Coast. While ateaaatng off the freneh const with a llotllla of five other merchant ship, the Amrrlraa steamer Weetwegu squadron of was attacked by submarines fh ninssed formation. torpedo missed the West The wegn (IId he submarine commanders turned their attention to the other f the Amerlcaa flotilla. shi; Two of the Amarlraa steamers were nnh I" fore t'n United State) destroy rs eonvoyliis the fiotllla had il for :i'l the The news of the enesmnter wan for K1I11I to (he Atneiienn em'i.i.v :ii- - Iv the ' ptnlti if the Wentwetr h pi rt. hs ri r ll '! :i 11 (Jer-ninn t 1 aei-onn- linen i: Ihe t inalil - ;,t the most iti.slaciui) prices. SWEDEN BELAYS REPLY Foreign Office Claims No Official Report Has Qeen Received. Diplomats at Washington See Opening Wedge in the Struggle for Political Freedom. London, Sept. 1L- IVlt. Vernon. c. c. cox Opoosite Court House 53n3nT5r3C!jSDnatSeNcji K &X M weeks, in - -- The Swedish for-H- pi 1118 10 iiisvi o Find the HERALD agent now, and place your order for the paper for the period of the story. He will deliver it to you, Daily or Sunday, for JOc per week. fad IT odioe, ccordinf to a dispatch from OofMakagMl to tliw Bxd)sUsC coinpnny, lia IsWrn Uu- - follow- ing stntfim-n- t SOc GETS If there is no agent in your vicinity, let us send it by mail. Forward 60 c to us, using the following coupon, and you will receive the paper during the course of this wonderful story. CUP THE LOUISVILLE AND MAIL HRRALD. LOUSY. LLE, KV. tacoed herewith find 60c f"r Daily ami Sunday Herald lor six jteiiod of the Uerard story. Name hirli peud me the weeks, r daring the UA0 town Slate revafaitkiaa : The Swedish foreign ollice hns not the received imy scrusmt r'irm-ditrmnsmlMlna of teiesnwM nioiiiloned tn tJie suilernents t the government of tJie I'nilcd Btatefl :ind the Bwedtek therefor, U nuihle at pres-i-iitn determine what Its position should be ea the questions opened up hy these xtatetaents. "It la, however. Brrarate to aay that just after tln world war broke out the Suidi-l- i foreign nrinlater expressed the opiBton that he naahl to transmit ronrernlng a German telegram (the for popalattoa of tner Qeriaan forrreaa In the Chinese penlnsttla f Sliantung)." sVasMnaton, Sept. 12. Another Km ropean throne is being ahaken as th rc-uof I he world war. Whether the kingdom of Sweden will survive the storm arouaed by tic iHaeloKure of un neutrality on the part of the Bwed1li minister to tliw Argentine, or the ex posures prove the opening wedge In the otrnggle for notttleal freedom In Sweden, Is thr question foremost Ir the minds of diplomats and student-lntcrnatlonnl politics In Washington There can be but two resultK from the exposure, tliey de la re either a temnorarj makeshift raptanarJoa of the affnir on the iirt of the party In power, or a complete overthrow of the kin;; and the present government, and the usurpation of power by the socialist party. Should the situation become tense fnotufi to threaten war with Sweden on the part of the allies, it Is declared here by those familiar with conditions revotntlon will precede war In Sweden. Should such a revolution come. It would probably not be a bloody revolution, but a quiet overthrow of the reigning lmrty. t. t flit-civi- l iTfUlll the Swedlsh-Aisratluls- 3 2 JONAS WIcKElMZIE HE OLD RELIABLE v ::;;: .;: '"1:.:incf:4r.-I asa ; m A tKa Z iiiiii bvW k.j 1 , 1VF ava v ex CkmYiI C vI General II iri III ti Wl 1 1 ,:..' o I el o o a. bA yc ioss O rl n b, J 7- i . ..''. t Klao-Oho- m - .1 -- lt hi (liMf v':,-!.'- It ,n-- t!.- ii h '. - Ha b d l .. ft ; cacjn: Farm Implements Dngadft o ;. - a pfffM. ? ! :l 'il lJ '!, I : Ann-riea- wnilmsxii -- ; nleld tonally ai ifa Ihe i.-- . . - : -- 'm!. Si'I'ir HllXb'ty is felt :; v 1!. pan inenl f he safety armed gtiard of the steamers sit ed and tbe crew of those sent t bottom. The navy denartasent hs Information t yet on Ihe nam w he stoatners thai oeroinnanled th ; .'. rs " '. ? 5- t . ;i t ,i- rinietit' ! 11 iiigaMmnl si Ihe Wivm JOtuqtMQt J I a gj : m$f gpi ngj UNDERTAKER -- . V Brodhead LINE--Coffins, Ky I ": - : . , tab iih " .1 . -C- majmed force of six KotttiiariiH s off tie coast of France on September f. Tl fieri ' ' w 1. li ;. h s th. he steamer WeKtwegu reports on S thai whlh musing wltk sei teniber end other ships It "as attacked by ) '"l'i. r n ri ni !' nv OMPLETE CasketK and Robes Mail' Teleirrap'.i or Tclfpublic o - - , . uiucis, riiiiiipu Filled - si) UJ&3M KjfcxJta gW'?: f '4c Five v;-?sj- ' ' " f 5 - ify4'' '- ""' 4 aw wi r t if mi m i & mm 2b .M .m vv. r- - r Mi "-- &eV fm. yf-&- ' J - m 1A sw 1m Af'mmWn. Wiflim IfUmmmrl 1 It Costs ! gf:r to Have These Tires On Your Car Arhy qualities. For United States Tire are the standards of low mileage cost. That is why their sales continue to forge ahead year by year, month by month. That is why users of United States Tires last year are still users of United States Tires this year. That is why, sooner or later, you, too, will be a user of United States Tires. Ask the nearest United States Tire dealer which one of the five is suited to your needs of price and use. Because of their supreme mileage-giving rmJmWA I: Am I fTsm ' m UMMMt mJuKJ mM-- 1 m " mmwr Jty m mm ' mW Wis result of ibis attack being thai two 01 the steamers attacked were sunk ami probably all of the submarines wen lost." For 1!4 hours It had been rumored in Washington thai an American trans SEIZE SLACKBRS ON SEAS pari anting teaapa to Franca hn! bean the victim of a submarine attack. Warship Hops Schooner with Fifteen The first words given by Secretary Alleged Evaders Aboard South of Mantels seemed to contirm these reTurtle Bay. ports. Not Transports. San Diego, Cab. Sept. 11'. According It was stated Immediately afterward to reports bnmgnl here from Knsena however, that neither the Weatweg) da, a United States warship over nor the vessels that accompanied her hauled the gasoilno schooner Anvil, were in the transport service. All proh south of Turtle bay, and after check ably carried wnff munitions and food inj; up the reaaal'i paaaenger list found stuffs, however. from twelve to fifteen alleged draft The meager advices that have reach evaiK re aboard. The AstvfJ was tael the navy department do not make ken under coivoy of the warship ac- al ear whether flie shells that played ;. cording to it tleet were tired 'Vi haver The shirker napacta, several 01 hy the naval gtaard aboard the merwhom. It is said, had been hidinu be- chantmen or by the convoying de low the bou kIii rv line since sjtxisira troyers. tbn, were nttsmpting to Kt tt siaat Practically all merchant ships sail Ian from Knsfmada, having enlled frmn !ne; for European ports nre now g'nz the lower California port last Friday. in flotillas, each llotllln surrounded by 1 heavy convoy of naval vessels. These reports set at rest all doubt of the VOTE LIST TO MAINE WOMEN lbllity of American naval convoys to take tore of the ships green into their Suffrage Fails of Adoption by Nearly charge. Two to One in the Old Pine Expct Few Casualties. Tree State. Secretary Daniels, immediately upon Portland, Me., Sept. 12. Equal suf- receipt of fh advices from American frage for Maine women was defeated Ambassador Sharp at Paris wirelessed The first retwo to one at the speciul election, ac- ter further Information. cording to newspaper returns from port did not make clear whether there of the state. The total had been casualties aasoag the men for 438 out of CM election precincts, aboard tbe two American steamers Including all cities, was 17,035 In fa- sent to the bottom. It Is believed, howvor, and 81,807 opposed. The total vote ever, that nntean tno vessels went down very quickly ihe other craft of the aides was: Yea. 7,444; nay, The towns reported stood : Yea, standing by nrahnbty had time to pick up till those mi the water before they 0...1 ; nuy, lClilO. perished. ; at two-third- icjhgt3c8gt3cSfS &&ZM&yc$kXx$& m o-rw- H 0 m r-- u H Projressive PaopTe 1 business man knows THE value and convenience of a Checking Account; so does the likewise the progranivtj farmer: ami. too, the business We oinau. shall h;- f:i I to initiate people into detail of keeping a cheeking account, vile-avako up -- to date professional man; WK WILL BK I'll C Xs CLAD TO TAKR r .llm.Ml' ;. YOUU OKDKK .. .. TFe Banfc of Mf. Vernon ,w s 13,-,Te- to I m Itjooo - tm e?8j a -,W1 5 i .' .1 M KAISER CUTS OFF DUTCH COAL Intended as Pressure to Force Loan, Which Has Been Refused, Amsterdam Paper Believes. U.S.0RDERS HUTS FOR FRANCE Swiss Organization Will Build 1,000,000 Francs Worth for American Military Authorities. Berne, Sept. 12. - United States H res Are Goad Tires A Tire for Every Need UNDSBTAKES Our line of Couch Casket is unexcelld aifl9vi L Jshatr 'sst jof Price and Use 'Useo' 'Plain Royal Cord' I 'Nobby' 'Chain' JstmWlJ Amsterdam, Sept. 12. The Telegraaf says Germany has stopped sending coal to Holland. The paper expresses belief that Oermany'a attitude Is intended as pressure on Holland to grant a loan which has thus fur been refused. PEOPLE" SPEAK WELL Ob1 The American mili- tary authorities in France have placed through the Swiss Contracting association an order for a million francs worth of wooden huts to house troops. Hit Hand made JT oftius furnishec ited State TVBFS and TIRE ACCESSORIES Hare All the Sterling Worth and hear that Make I'nited State Tires Supreme Also tires for motor trucks, motor cycles, bicycles, and aeroplanes smmVSXim- - f,7 X&ilffKSaJV .uuXW'v ' 1 naaaaaanMHiPlli A -- TFimkzw wSfm. 7jmT. amVaV lam UtSaf complete stock of United States Tires carried by Bryant Bros TABLETS. selling Cham Ween "I have berlain's Tablets for about two years and heard such good reports srom my customers that I concluded to give ihera a trial myself, and can say that 1 do not believe there is another preparation of the kind equal to them," writes G A McBride, Headfo-d- , Out If you are troubled with indigestion or constipation give them a tr al. They (will do yon fkd. CHAMBERLAINS HAS A HIGH OPINION OF CHAMBERLAINS TABLETS. "I have a high opinion oi Cham berlain's Tablets for oil iousness and as a laiative, writes Mrs C A Barnes, Charles' ton, III. "I have never found anything so mild and pleasant to use. My brother has a No used these tablets with satis facte ry result- " - I I fj fagfcn W 7 V ' aaaT J Hrse aenl r the County. to all parts of All lil rnone v ordars by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX, l vf4-- ? a iff 1 l' xi . TTnr v tiiK.u.. yv r h. w- Y . wu B When you need Job Work of any kind, remember the Signal office is prepared to give you what you want, when you want it and at a reasonable price. CASXOR14 Children Cry FLETCHER'S FC .