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Mount Vernon signal: October 5, 1917 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1917 mou1917100501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 5, 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 EY ' ESTABLISHFD FRIDAY - PP I WvliUJi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.f FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. , l 1917 & 1; 1 if m 1887 r j i XXXI MT. VERNON. "i R 2 ( r i T s Kff.ri m Wi. ,fc, T7 i OR COUNTY JUDGE, The Council el Nat tonal Dei-Tin l'Ti 1 - . " : wi n to gel V fjfeE 7 ! V ,- k I -(. ii V H i f. v rM tE '1 pledges : " ' -- , - . (Nt' 4--i $33 58 1 A ! ; 1 . Z:Z. fM - I4 - bave ha I i this line, W xr.o,v i. dollars - 'iv.o - kn t- - r Wat ' ; men in oilier vocal una a - Jl - fll'i p'v for the the farm produced by - -- V- -- JUT SiF8 ra Now tlit- producing p j ulatioi i ' t down by men hi the ur;.j end aavj bv all me.i rktng In mtmuion and w m . io. hy shp and airplane by extra demaatis biitldi-- . for millions of bushels of wher vetch and large qanntiti nl . w ii. 'the armies of th tui-to- : ') f. uiL-at- allies in ( I - iffring aiillinos r'raa e. " Be'gi nn and h- be ;t In will U !.- - f . The" Man or Best Man? You young men who are to be married or who are in wedding parties, will need to be correctly attired. I save arnooi t to ounc S . I ' ' meat. tool - hi Rockc i f, and , ! work We can provide the correct clothes for a man's trousseau, or whatever they call it, from shoes to topper for evening or afternoon wedding. Let us show you what we can do for you. mghtful and pledges 'ill hr'p many to think I respectfully solicit your vote for County Judge. 1 pledge ;ind act al Og ;iiis line. vou an .honest, straight forward administration of yODI Countv Asthma-Catarr- h affairs and a square deal for all. I will do my own thinking and I earnestly permit no one to decide cases or write opinions fot mo and Bronchitis ask your support and from now until Nov. 6th, I propo e to nakeaa Can Be Greatly Relieved by the New active canvass of the County. Those I miht not be able to see, L External Vapor Treatment. trust you will give my candida-- y due consideration. :: Don't t ike iateraa "r kakii- forming 'lrtiiia f'r tlitif trouble-- . Vick" Yours truh . I ' : W. A. COX. nobo ly j .: he t i a itt-- r , V. A. COX. Best production map of North boy and girls present at their America prize 50 cents, by R H. School Fair, why cannot Rock Miller. castle have at least half that Best political map of South America : prize $1.00, by M I. Bradler. Best map United States locating principal cities, rivers and states; ' S.ilvc i, traHy by iuluilatini ad a vapor an.l ami For hy absorption through the ikin. Astkaaaad Ha; Keir. unit. ilittl. Vide' in .i sioon and idiiih- - tht-- apava, nib well over tiie iaal column to relax the nervous tension. 2"i', 50c, or $1.00. ahl YKK5"vfi SALYE SUTTON Mt. Vernon, 8c : McBEE Kentucky priie LEAD88G CLOTHIERS 50 cents, by County Board. Best original school motto ; prize 50 cents, by County Board. Best tiencil drawing bv ounil under is j ears of age ; prize 50 cents, by County Board. Best pencil drawing by pupil over 13 years of age , pnzc 50 ; TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY : This is to announce to the voters of Rockcas- - THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE IN THIS 50 e TOWN SCHOOL Everyone Rami Sch coming to the Fair at Ht. Vernon ' let-' 'her 27th. 9atn ill le furnished by the Sie Bennett Band, of London. Notice th- prize for the School with the largt t percentage based on Bomber present and anlna travelc The library given by the On- tral School Snpplv Co , of Louis is 1 - FAIR MT.VERNON.OCT.27 PREMIUM LIST & CONTRIBUTORS Contests. ATHI.KTIC CONTEST. Fastest boy runner under ten years of age, too yards; prize 50 cents, by Mrs A. Davis. Potato Race bv bovs of the first three grades prize 50 cents, by Winnie Falin. Quarter mile race, boy over 14 vear.s of agr; prize 50 cents in Best miniature plow ; prize 50 ihow tickets, by George Ovvens. cents, by Mrs. Mattie Mullins. Longest running jump, toy ville, is on disl.y at Sutton .S: Best model bars, boy under 13 undr 14 years of age ; prize 50 years of age ; prize 50 cents, by torn cents in snow ticitets, by Ueorge County Board. Be sure and come. her hi the county should briny Owens. Best miniature porch swin Longest running jump, boy prize 50 cents, by County Board A ;talk of or her school baaanar is given by V. A. Mc bnj over 14 years of age; prize FARM PRODUCTS. Kenaie t ih-- school haviug tl e 5 cents, by E li Gentry. Best dozen ears of covn prize Egg race, girls over 13 years beat looking tnrnont in the parade a pig. lof a"e : prize 50 cents, by Dr. at ;:.v P I"Pridaq "dh. Best dozen ears of popcorn; prize I contfM ; first prize j Chesnut. by R, H. Miller. H. Lyon MOOnd 1 hree legged race ; prize 50 cents, Best half dozen irish potatoes ; prise Si oo, by 1J. B. Mc on, Mattie Pennington. prize 50 cents, by T. J. PenKeei MUSIC. nington. nOOBAM. Best song by girl under 12 Best half dozen sweet potatoes: Satnrdav, Octohat -- 7th. years of age ; piize 50 cents, by prize 50 cents, T. J. Pennington. y:oo a.m. Basket ball game be Winnie Falin. Best pumpkin ; prize 50 cents, t vcen Sue Bennett, of LonCOOKING. by County Board. eon and lit. Vernon High Best cake by girl over 12 Best half dozen onions ; price School. at 10:00 a.m. years old; prize sack flour, by R. 50 cents, by County Board. Saturday, Oct. 27th, Be-- t dozen pods of pepper ; Parade, beginning at the Grad- & E B. Cox. Best. cake by girlor boy.any age prize 50 cents, J.'L. Pilkenton. building, through ed School iced ; prize $1.00, Clyde Watson. Best head of cabbage ; prize 50 town to the Fair Ground-- . Best pie, chocelate ; prize 50 cents, by J. L Pilkenton. a.m. to 12:00 M. Examina11:00 cents, by Georgia McFerron. Best half gallon of buckwheat ; tion of Displ iy work. Best pie, any kind but prizeJSO cents, by Sutton & McBee Athletic Contest. 1 mo p.m. 2:, op.ru. Spelling and Reacin&chocolate ; prize 50 cents, Missj Best half gallon of oals ; prize ' j ; 2 cents, by F. L. Durham. ligbt bread ; Best home-madBest half gallon of wheat; prize prize so cents, Miss Ruth Mullins. 50 cents, by County Board. Best one donn beaten bis NKEDM WORK. soda biscuits, cuits : half d(z-.Best crocheted pillow top ; prize and bah dozen corn muffins ; prize box of stationary bt Pioneer Drug each sJ cents, by County Board. ttore. Best pair of hand embroidered CAUPKXTRY, guest towels ; prize 50 cents, by Best piece of woodwork ; prize Mrs. Cleo W. Brawn. handsaw, by C. C. Cox. Best hand made apron ; prize Best model farm rate ; prize 50 50 cents, by F. L. Durham. cents, by If. J. Miller. Best doll dress, girl under 12 ; Best hand made picture frame ; prize 50 cents, by J. F. Griffin. prize try square and rule, by Os- Best dressed doll ; 50 cents. car Bryant Best hemstitched handkerchief; Best hatchet "handle prize 50 prize 50 cents, by Mrs. Alice cents, by County Board. Davis. Best chicken coop; prize 50 Best home knitted socks ; prize cents, by County Board. n Rutb Mnllins. tie County that having been asked both by 1 r Republicans and Democrats to make tne race ter Sheriff on the Indcoendcxit ticfcct, I have, after Best comic drawing prize so due consideration, decided to throw my hat in the . cents, by County Board. It I am elected bhcnit 1 promise that 1 Best Bom in school Parade; ring. prize staik of bananas, by w. a. wjjj j Sheriff f or all the people. I expect to see Mckenzie. Best composition on " School all of the voters of Rockcastle county before Sanitation prize aO cents, by November 6th. I ask my friends to get busy County Board. Best language paper by pupil J eJect me Sheriff. If I am elected I in the 1st, 1'nd, or 3rd Grade ' paize 50 cents, by County Board, promise that I will stay sober and make the Best com post tionon "rroper Corn Culture"; prize $1.00, by county an efficient officer. j ; W. G. McBee. Best business letter ; prize $1., bv U, G Baker. Best original composition the "European War". Not less than 300 words ; priza $1 00, by H. T. Young. C. H. FRITH. AN APPEAL TO THE LABORING PEOPLE OF THIS COUNTY. After laboring ten to eleven hours per day in rock quarry, then reading law each night until being admitted to the bar, June 1912, and having practiced my prof esion since that time, I am now asking the people of this county to give me After five the office of County -- Attorney. yearsf experience, I feel that I am competent for the office. 50 cents, by Miss Myrtle Bryant. Best waist pattern 50 cents. Best dust cap: prize 50 cents, ; by Myrtle Bryaut. Best dress pattern j 50 cents. DISPLAY WORK, WRITING AND DRAWING. Best copy book in either pen or ink, pupil under 12 years of age; prize 50 cents, by Fanny Adams. Best copy book by pupil over 12 years of age ; prize 50 cents, by Board of Education. Best copy of the Declaration of Independence ; prize one year sub scription to Mt. Vernon Signal. Best historical map of the U. S. showing territoral acquisitions; prize 50 cents, by J. A. Landrum Best physiology chart showing the circulary system ; price 50 cents, by County Board of Education. Best map of Kentucky showing phy siographical regions ; prize by Co. Board Education. 50 cents, Best map of Rockcastle County and in other respects the tables showing magisterial districts ; are turned. prize $1.00, by Dr. A. G. lovnU. If Laurel county can have 5.000 Best compoition ea any subject ; prize 50 cents, by L. W. Bethurum. Library to school with largest "attendance" based on miles traveled and percentage; prize $10.00 School Library, by Central School Supply Co. All exhibits must be pupils' own work and vouched for by teacher. All work in Carpentry, Needle Work, Display Work, Writing and Drawing must be sent in not later than by the 24th of October. Also the names of the contestants for Declamatory Contest must be in by the 22nd of October. The pupils names and the name of the school from which they come must be written on the back of eaoh piece of written work and a tag on all other work. The Graded Schools of the County and the Langdon Menior ial School are urged to enter into a ribbon contest for the same prise list as printed for the rural schools. This division is made as in some respects the town boy has advantage over the rural boy. How did my opponent get his tiaining ? Did he get it while laboring during the day, and studying at night ? E)oes he need the office in the support of his family ? Think of this my fellow laborers, and if elected I promise a strictly sober and faithful performance of the duties that pertains to the office to which I aspire. J, ASHLEY OWENS, n MT.VERNON SIGNAL Friday, i ubliskcd Oct. 5, 1917 4 bourville and then at Danville, being successful at both places has been living in Somerset for past two years and is sadly afflicted with locomortor ataxia. vast correspondence, on the subject, ha has visited all the larger cities and laid the matter before Commeraial bodies with good results. Last week he was in Miss Ida May makes semi annual trips to New York city to m ikt purchases and is successfully filling the position. That Owens person, the Liv-- ! ingston pencil pusher, came upj missing with his report lastj week. Guess he is getting his second breath to jump on us with all : four feet aeain. "He orter be a bit keerful, Ive ben heerin' things about him recently." Have they begun putting on metal over Boone Way in Rockcastle? and at what point.--? What progress is being made? Have sureys been begun up river from Livingston, are questions put to us daily over here. Tell it in the Signal. Montreal, New York City and Another Rockcastle boy writes. other important points in the Victor EL Brown, son of Trvs interest of this fund. The auto Brown. Level Green, says that $I.O after a number of years spent mobile manufacturers and auto tJ INSCRIPTION ONR YEAR clubs of the North and F; st do in telegraph and railroad busi Advertising tates mace known on ness, he has entered the auditing nate $10,000. This $loo.o00 fund will be handled thru the department of the Sinclair Oil application State Highway Department at and Gas Co., of Tulsa, OklahoFraukfort in connection with ma. "'Wish you would sit down Federal Highway Department MKMBKR OF sometime and write me a few BNsfTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION at Washington. Under the supI from any every Friday by Every One of lliem Said "We'll Deposit Our Money with the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, Wayside Notes By "J. M." Dr. G rover C, Price, formerh of Level Creen writes that he is located at Judsoti, Indiana. The county has more mileage of gravel roads than any other in th" state. Has been appointed 1st Lieutenant in medical corps, U. S. army. Burner, Miss Ellen whom ; remember many will a an efficient Rockcastle teacher is pro prietress of a successful hotel. n Gray Gables, the coast of Florida, located at Sta Breeze She requests that Rockcasth and other friends fen visit hrr while touring the Sunny South .fiui (Zicity) Reynolds, a citi Vernon many years trii of Mt ago, is hostler at round house for L &N. at Paris, a position be has held a number et years. .1. Harvey Van Hook, writes: "1 see Jack Conn has responded to your call-'Jack and I were Boone's school mates at old Fork school house Brodhead) in the 70"s under the tutelage oi R. H. Swinuey and S. H. Mar tin. I am located at Burnside bui-n'-Kv., m general mm-anuland getting along very well for a boy of my age. 62 re-nerv- e never hear of the old boys, but perhaps will get pretty good lines on most of them thru the Signal. There were Lloyd, Minor Fish, Jim Proctor, Joe Newland, the Bryant and Pennington boys, Conn Brown, myself and a number of others, all of us hammered away on the eld ''grape vine" telegraph line that reached from Mt. Vernon via David Bryants. and on beyond Buckeye. This was the starting .point for quite a number of telegraph operators who have made good. I sure wruld love to run into the old bunch once more Jim Minor and Lloyd have passed over the Great Divide. Give us all you can on this subject. We think it most interesting. '' lines as ervision of these two departments the proper results are as sured and a first elass road will be the result. When any great undertaking is launcht it usually falls to the lot of a few a few pushers to do the ' "grind stone" work At first enthusiasm runs at a high pitch. Everyone rushes to the front and fires off a big caliber cannon. Later on the majority reduce their fire arms to a 22 size, then to a fire cracker followed by a resounding silence; then step in the grind stone (turners. In this connection can be mentioned some who have taken hold, and are today doing their "turn" in the Ddlllv This Bank pays a your taxes on your money on deposit, and, in additon, Days you interest on time deposits. -j V LEVELGREEN Jack Frost has been a frequent visitor with us this week Miss Daisy Thomas has returned from a six months stay in Tennessee and Middlesboro Ky. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Gentry spent last Mrs. J. N. Brown. week with Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bray and children of Wabd, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs J. L- Thompson. Mrs. W. E. Andersen was in Semerset .one day last week rt having dental work done. BeBrown has returned to rea after a short visit with home-folkHe was accompanied by his sister, Miss Zelma who will enter school there. Mr. W. F. Debord was in Lincoln eounty lat week taking the two little daughters of the late elm Catron to Jthe home of their uncle Rosco Colyer, where they will make their home. The pie supper given at the school house Tuesday night, proved quite a success There were twenU five pies which brought $19.15 it was giveu to buy more books, for the library. Miss Anna Brown has returned to school at Mrs. O. J. Mullim Mt. Vernon. and children spent Sunday with her parents at Ocala. Sherif: Cam Muihns was thru here last Saturday. Miss Ola Debord was home from Dudley last Saturday. Mrs M. E. Burton and little daughter, have returned from ; week stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Tester man at . Mr. and Mis. Jack Brown, f Indiana, have heen visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Brown. C. E Mullins was thru here ;last week calling on the Ho-bes. Ll-ro- d WATCH US GROW7'! MU aT-- iiniortant Everett C. Brown of Level Boswoith, Middlesboro; R. L ColGreen is ticket agent for C. G. lier, Crab Orchard; W. O. sV. tt'y, Meeoti City, Iowa. Danville; Henry Roberts Mc-Intyr- highway merement. Nat Sewell, D. C. Edwards and W. H Poynter of London; Joe e, ROUND TRIP I . s Robert (Toosh) Jones who rai roaded on lines between Canada, Gulf of Mexico and California, fastened himself do vn to an en -- giaeer'a slate wife--, xition and is children and three luuses L. G. Kalin. oneci Rockcastle's bent boys is now third trick man on train dispatcher's force in I'nion Station, on L- eV: 2s - in New York doing well owning (jc.cr cotuplimentec the writer some three years ag. Lovisville. nne That high stepper too. No. by naming of his boy:-"'Maret.- '' kid is aoei Winchester's lone street car is li The writer walks. Ask Owens. Will Successful corn harvesters are being nnjeieted in this c un tv. One machine does the work (Juts the com and ties it into bundles. Gathers up blown down almost, as well of several men. as standing corn. E .1. Anderson's section at a few mile.1-soutl- Flannagan is only of i formerly cated in Winchester. Will Gray of Livingston, is lo tower at Patio. (South Winchester) the junction of Winchester and Irvine railroad Cleveland Hayes, another Rock cattle hey - agent at North Winchester, half mila from court house. Russell Proctor is with biases operator. W.R. Mounce, of Livingston is railroad signal lineman. Nine violent deaths have oc curred in this county .vine June let by automobile accidents, falls, drowning and manslaughter one being suicide by drowning. John Jones, long while h operator on C. V. division is located in South Corbin yards, sending messages by word of mouth on railroad telephones, cultivating a big garden, on his own grounds, looking after and pigs and has old high cost backt into a corner. Will Gray, operator at Liv ingston for a long time, has a similar position in the tower at Patio at the junction of Irvine bianch in South Wirchester He says he and family arc pleased with Winchester. Ed Jones, who is located on a Canadian railroad will probablv change at an early (Lite to a Kentucky road and be nearer tele-grap- home. jfn- T. N Roberts, once a ch rk for J. H. Otter at Mt. Vernon, Inter in mercantile business at Bar- - Bristol, Va.; Carl G. Fishev, In with the Pennsylvania rail dianapolis; J. W. Herndon, Berea; road at Frankfort, Indiana. Cumberland J. Frank White, Gap; H. B. Varner, Lexington. Some of the farmers and stock men, over here, have neat signs M. 0.J M. M. Alison, D. V. L it their front gate by roadside Robinson, Chattanooga; our GovThis one appealed to the writer. ernor and Commissioner of Pub'Locust Grove Faim, Bowyei lic Roads, Frankfort; and others Brothers, breeders of high grad including every member of the liort horn cattle. Drive in you newspaper press of Kentucky. are always welcome " It occur-t- o Met Will Thompson, a few us that anyone owning a place evenings since, on his newspaabutting a highway should have per route, delivering an afterthe name of the owner posted at noon paper in Lexington .after the entrance thereof and tin school hours. Will is a worker name of his farm, it it has one tnd getting along nicely. It would save lets of time espec Rockcastle and Laurel coun iallj to travelers and strangei ies are the biggest advertised les:ring to find some particula on the Dixie Highway, place. "Turn t the right al on account of the unfinished gac Bill Jones, follow the neighbor of the road in their territory; hood road across his farm and not. however, to their discredit, vou will find Joe Anderson's fcr tlny have gone to the Limit place SboaU a mile away ' Now of their finances in ibis big un i' dill Jones has his a sign u) dertaking, and to them is du it his gate all is good and well, as much or more credit than to f not the traveler may drive b localities much better fixed fiuan-'itllf- . .lis place or have to make in Rockcastle will pass alng u ru at every house and ever, iii history as being the birth jerson he should happen to meet place aud arigiuator et the greatPut up signs. est road project ever undertaken Typewriters shown on screen to pierce the Cumberland and 111 pi ture shows are usually o place a highway thru it over he Oliver brand Koone's Trail Automobile licenses issued in Patience and sit still in the Kentucky up to September boat. Uncle Sam has a finger in Is claimed the pie now, lookiug to the tin 44753 It that Ouie has issued something ishing up the gap in Dixie-Boon- e like 400,000 during 1917 and that old gentleman insists on It will he remembered that having things done his way and following the routing of Laurel wont be hurried in matters. Its end of Dixie Boone via mouth of going to take time, in making Parkers Creek, there is some surves, estimates, etc, to his criticism over it in which the liking, before a pick or shovel name of the Hon. Nat ii. Sewell will be allowed to break dirt ou will done in was mentioned as being the prime this work, but it mover in this particular touting lue time. Would oe glad for all the direction, from ulteiior motives Rockcastle bovs and girls, who The writer was not one of those critics. It is a great s mroe of are located in ;thr counties or satisfaction to know of the big states to drop us a line, eare work done by this son of the ox 399 Winchester, Ky., giving mountains when mainly thru his their occupations etc. Faght violent deaths have oe efforts $50 Oo of Federal aid was switched to Rockcastle and Laurel curred in Llark coumtr sinee for the purpose of finishing the June 1st. Two by drowning, one gap in this great highway. This by falling seafford, one by knife was accomplished even after it thrasts aad fouc by a ta mobile had virtually been decided by accidents the Sinking Fund Commissioners The Snaday Courier Journal Federal aid of October 7th will have a nara- to apply the whole fund to the construction of one ber of interesting highway arti something of thru highway across the State of cles, including Kentucky. Friend Sewell got Boone Way. busy, and found good mountaiu Hello Joe Oliver lelt here Satfriends in the persons of our urday afternoon in a lin Liazie Governor and Commissioner et for Berea, his home town. He Public Roads, and the deed was will travel hereafter in the Henry done. The Dixie Boone people buzz wagon in visiting his mer. were not idle. They started chant customers. out, in a systematic manner, to Among the oil people here raise $50,000 before the subject from other states we meet sever et Federal aid was broacbt. That al OlO lllliC lclCj!io'u uiuuuia is now in sight. Cities, who find it much more profita towns, villages aud individuals ble to follow the oil business on the Dixie Highway between than to "pound brass" for a Mackinaw, at the head of the living. Lakes to Miami, Florida, at the W. Adams, who was bom 'eend" of Gulf of Mexico, came Joe nouse wucie wus forward with contributions to in tne lives; is a resident of now the fund. A. F. Sanford, of sou Lexington. After following th. Knoxville proved a good "man telegraph business for some jear behind the gun". The systemat- business C t Uir. n,nrlr - 1111 entered the mereantils ic manner 01 ma "- - in DoneraiL just out of Lexiug dertakirg proved a winner. In at ton where he has done well. fact the business was placed in uia Tda May Adams it a his hands and right well has he Angeles, Califordischarged the duties appertain. buyer for a Los ladies saits. ing thereto. In addition to hiaj nia hease, dealers la s I an-ount Jack Brown, from Level Green $5.20 Oct. 14-1- 5 Louis vine 16-1- 7 M standard directly serving A. 8000 - - - Up c !; ' LIMITKD TO OCT. 22 Georgia Indiana Kentucky Louisiana Mississi . Illinois :;i to ' ; it c.!' on 3 ACCOUNT Grand Lodge of Kentucky f . A. M. and Grand Oapter R. A M and Kentuck State Medical Association Oct 2 I t - KJR.ZD 1 . i; SouthCaroUns. Tennessee Virginia end the 1 trio a H.C. 11 TTT 11:1111111 ' 1 District cf It , - ROUftDTRIP nTTTTTTTTTTTIil'rTTi!ii!:il.!iin;' U 1 1! I ! merchants. O'Neil has Dormitory. and Airs Sunday of Little Miss Risoit returned to L&ngdon The little son of Mr. John Thomas died diptheria and was buried at Poplar Grove.--Mr- . J. L Hasty has purchased a thresh ing machine. We suppose he will be ready to thresh the fall crop of buck wheat for the pee pie. Mrs. Arch Poynter, of El rod. spent last Thursday with A. T. Lawrence. her sister. Mrs. coanmittee fat this pi These record boolHwulbe il hit.it at Atfrieoltnra F.tirat JWm. After many years' experience Novebei 1.2 43. A pi in the use of it and other coogfa "ill oe fitea for beat h medicines, tbere it man) who book, 29 prefer Cham : tin's to any othei pp Mn A. C Kirstein, Green I 13 Inc. 5. Ill , writes, '"Chamberlain's Oouhg , If yunr children , o croup get a h.is lw.vi ,'.i,.- " in in LIMITED TO OCT 15 Ue iwrlam S Congo i in!" miitimr u Ik.iii- - nil ml lit ViUU t!'- - ttach ' year-- , and we always found it the ptai a quirk cure for colds and bron-- care i clii.il tcou'tlcs. We find it t be ed directio a ur- Yon ACCOUNT ?' ogb lllOi.ll prisod at the qoich relief which thr most Kentucky Trotting Horse I cine w ; have used it aiTor & ed ers Associate n t REMEDY THE MOST UKI.IA BLE. i iraaun sa L.&N. R.R. Mimf iHniimnnmni.i CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH I SEPTEMBER to OCT. - 1 . !' I 1 Oct ii j I a Boys Agricultural Club Examinations On i "a ROUND TRIP MIDOLESBORO; i ; 3.90 October 7-8- r- -9 ; LIMITED TO OCT. 14 L.&N. B.B. ACCOUNT I cooper KJtnoahii -- Kloged-Krotch Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows 1 Oct4 --- Z ,.B Union Suits - The most comfort- TS7&MFZK7iWr ROUND TRIP WHITESBURC able longest wearing of all underwear for Men, Women, Boys & Girls Our Fall line plete i y. $8.80 OCT. ACCOUNT SUirtl RRCOwMEMD9 CHAMBEKLBICTS TABUSTS, Oct. lo, k:oo a.rn 'I have h id ore nt Mat Johnetta. Ji hnetta school house. trouble ter eight or ten Oct 1, Io:.iii in. H. G its,'' wrhi M Orlando, Cove Branch school Smith, Brevertou, N "Wltl benne, Oct. t. toxn a m Buffering fr tu attacks of Tore i. County Agent's office, ami beaTincse aft Oct. 15tb, 200 p. in inc. one or twoofCh mberlain's :.)X Hill, Narrow Gap school, Tablets have always relieved sea. Oct 16. 2:;,op.m Brodhead. Citizen Bank. Oct 19, l have al.o lound them aP These tablets aIlt 'TX'tive." 2oo n m th- - stomach and enable UP Conwar. Conwav school honse, it to perioral its functions nat- Oct 9Q iooo am iirahy. If vou are troubled with oCb-trii k,.... . give them a trial, ter the t;itnin ituin. leu indigestion " st:lv " simple qutstions taken from the B essona on soils studied this year a' a UnrliB a a." "-a- a'a or W ...111 l.n i.nn Tlio K. wr maUiTui A iiw uv sivtu. J"J """'fi slli PC J C. best radl, ,n (iach county wiri I. W ATTORNEY-A- T jjiven an incidental fee for winter MT VKKNt.iN,KY term of college. Berea College, (WWMH flniri! flrrof amounting to $5.00. .....oovs are asKeci 10 onnir k. Bank et Mt. Vernon, on 4 i A Church st. Special attentheir record books with all rec tion iven collections. ords rilled in, and haoi over to M 'l'NO.NK So County Agent to be graded by a ; MRS nn-,i,h County Agent Spenoe will conduct club examinations on the follow ng dates ut the ftdlowin placee : Clover Bottom, Cave Sprine school house, 0-- t 4, 8 ;i Dispotanta, Mr. Owens' store, yiso.ldinr McCall, Llev tbora;, Ky. 'rse 1 4 I ;-- , 1 . indi-gestio- n " aam l C Williams 1 ia C most com- to-da- LIMITED TO OCT. 14 789 acsocni 5e yr&yrtk Catarrhal Cough Box Mr. W. S. Brown, R. F. D. Xo. 4, Tennessee, Rogersvllle, 82, oiei Come in and let us show you how to end your underwear troubles. L&N.RR. Grand ChzpUt Order Eastern Star writes: . I Vl "I feel it my duty to recommend Peruna to all sufferers of catarrh or cough. In the year 1909. I took a severe case af the la grippe. I then took a bad cough. I had taken all I will kinds of cough remedies but got no relief. I then decided to try Peruna. Advise them I used five bottles. After taking five bottles my cough stopped and my To take catarrh was cured. My average Any one Suffering with f- 4& 1 O. latarrn in Any form r5 THE CASH STOKE nnnnnnnnnnnnnBB""1"" weight was 115 and now I weigh 148. Any one suffering with catarrh In any form I will ad viae them to Those who object to liquid mdi cinaa can procure Psruna Tablet. take Peruna." Mf.VLRNON SIGNAL I Dr : K Pennington, Dentist MASS MKHTING. K Kv.Oct. - 5 l" 1917 72 I ', ' ;q" . ! ill IH tl -1M A. I, W .79 " kmdon nil be at the li A Mass Meeting of the citizeni eastle Hotel Monday Oct 9th, to was called last Saturday nigh d fental work. f( the Invrpose of selecting t;"k"i ter Town trustees, Folic Sale: Two good harness mares and one good tecoud hand, Judge and Marshall, to be rote , Lionel 1 II e ljth.-l' : ton Kolien t ;. tiOllL" O f,-,- :it fm. Nnvomlr Dr M ..I.,-.....,.- Llli.v cl ST lOL'SI'LLr A. G Lovell was made seen Parrot' shop is located and sra'tary. As the objeetof the meet ... ...y u.di i,. mi;i to 11. mR was weIi understood, but TOMB TABLE. ''ll11' ,v as spent speech S. S. Parcel! sold to Walter 'il; rtn 5.5 pni Owens It was a business meet s year old mules for making. 3:56 a m It noitn ,,le assembly got down j. Mr. Parcel bought of J. an south B. Ljvesay c good 2 year old t!l business righi off the reel, 12:13a m i rath I committee on resolutions com steers for eta. I as. Lands dm, Agent v H r Voung. J J at Darnell ins osed et Kt Niceley. U". u Kreag r, E. k been here u ring the week 00k Gentry and E. S. Albright, was the iov s ho tailed to appoin ed and who offered the Um ir state license Tor dif-P R Oo 11 i;i-:,n(1 Vvr VCi 4Ni1V'ilt as the Citizen i.i u Ponr.irirto: ...1 11' 1 N ' ' it" lilt' " I b ..;..-t,-,- i I - 'M W.st Main where Meal MIllllj 1,' Come and Dec f 1 i t I . ; v ' OUR BIG DISPLAY NEW CLOTHING and sw OES FOR FALL Our big display windows are full of new ideas; well be glad to have you come inside the door and look the goods personally in the face. '. "i Hams Pfil - .1. V L ! at occupations etc. required ny law. lowing resolutions which were adopt d. '1 ho resolutions are as : ? awB H v. Brows wi return rs. Joaie Leueban, mother ' tod in from the oi Mrs. j A Parley, died rathm trod er Arthur and u suddenly at her home in . n Tuesday. Livingston Tuesday. Her rej. V Cromer, of tli mains wore taken to Staofood .. .: list eu .. .0 nriiM ' s is atti nd ty C. C. Const hie Ed Smallwood was ing courl .shot ai d killed by Ovie Hairi rood, of i son at East Bernstadt yesterday. xe for a There was an oid grudge. Ih.r b n, - a ith t risen served a term in the pen id Martha Sparks for injuries dene Smallwood sevuses F Louis eral yea s ago. to Kpend Sunday. The tourists are getting thick I o-.- j i- folio - 1 . - Whereas the town of Mt Ver nonis facing the brightest cut look in her history, two great highways meeting within her corp rate limits, it - imperative Li!,U sue nag UH' iH'st 0UJ IS1 government thatcau be obtained Her attractiveness, her general improvement and progress, her moral uplift, which is conducive to the development of better homes, better schools, and bet ter churches are all dependent upon a city government that is I - I j ' You will find in our stock the best there is in town and better than found in most towns this size. We give personal attention to every man, woman or child who enters our store. Come in and look around. We are always glad to show you the newest things to wear. Pcnnii glen and famih B c 2 many i1 g - li . - re. again since tlip roads have dried tin; Jac up. Autos have been seen hero - wei k l woe,; with license tags from i of J. C Texas, Alabama, Colorado, Tec t leatu be iiov.ee. California and Ohio. Those bis heaitht from other States were going too Colorado, is to e read. and ii ,i'iid- Word reached here Wednesday busiucS pnuouocing the sudden th et Judge H. Witt at his Bar! srvillr, in Livingston Tuesday evening. Judge Witt has been the Bankers' irVearth for some time, iiut ins mi idon death came as a Stan;', i d great surprise to all. ! : th theft-fore el. an citizens and voter-- , met in mass ;i convention on this the 29th daj of September, 1917, adopt the following platform, that the people .may know what to i xpect from the ti ket (nominated bj tl convention-mornin- g I strong. Be It resolved: That we, the and ' Wcstand for thoen- forcemtntof all laws and ordinan-tioaicea pertaining to the- incorpora e - First: The Cash Store LEADERS SN 37 j notli:iig as sale as t. ionds and we have a number erson, who b of people who can reapbod to call. Remember this money xii near f r .1 o,.ri, ,,1v w ..II.- 1. u, JW.iM I' II,, it per at the .'.: at the front, and if you do not H tl UtfcUl there your neighbor M. '. came ov i ins Buy a Liberty Bond to fr m Somerset to join his wife and spend Sunday with bis day. You can get them in de nominations from $50 up. To illiau Mrs Mary m' is the day to act, not to s Maloy, et London, morrow. spent Saturday w d Sunday her ' Ethel Axbill. A'i-- s The Laurel County School Fair, ill returned to London with held at London fair grounds last so. her few ad Saturday had an attendance et, Is lias an-u5,000 ooys ana gins. The ed a teachi r in the Mast r exhibits were superior to those of in, and the County Fair at London f. ;i the place as primary pted month ago Every school in wr in the Corbin Graded Laurel county ar.d all the teachers oL were there, and the children stand W. Bi and Mrs. L ing single file would reach two have been m SoSBerset miles. The parents of nearly Judge is every child were there sod the for the past week idiiij; court and Mrs crowd numbered nearly 9,000 rum is riaiting her sister, Mrs. County Agent Sam Morgan and h. J. i; thumss. County Superintendent Peitner Milton Miller tfcC who has were rury active in getting the .1 In for School Fan- on foot and they the Arm much credit. rly six recefr The R ckcast:e Countv School commission as Second Lieutenant Pair will be held here Oct, aSth, ana is now stall .tied at Ft. ad it ts hojied every school child Warden, V shington. Cshi.-W . L. Richards was and parents will he here. A com called to Warsaw Saturday on plete program will be found in account of the sudden death cj another column of this issue. S J Brown hlU been in h;;d iv re is months .. - ..,-.- ( i n 11 : - de-serv- e - r his sist'T-i- n L BviOe law, Mrs. Holt Rich-H- e Stopped ter a day in lor ths Bankers As return, where lion on he wa' j .ined hy his daugliter, h-.- Boys Who Leave For Mi-- s hadie. J Euford Lee Meredith E'mer Ernest Brown (J Camp Taylor Todav Mckenzie Brown, son of Mis Lie; Brown, who has been the British in the Berries of Navy for the past four years, Keen promoted to si rec.-ntlthe rank of Captain of the land forces. McKeuzie is making us evidenced by the rapid promotions he is receiving. .1. I rover Coffey Arthur Harris William F. Robertson Richard S Walltu Arthur F. Lovell John Henry Rowe Wm Taulbee Blantoa. David Carson C'aig Dil'ard Saylor Elish A Cummins Mrt'AL Wm. Harrison White Something new every day st Thomas F. Hellard Fish's Chester Howard Jersey sweaters in the colors SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE' you like at Fish's. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Sunday school 95. Preaching service 11:00 a, m Teachers Association for Div ision No. 1 Mt. Vernon. Oct. 12, Junior Kudeavor and Mission Hand 3:30 p.m. I9I7. . The morning session will be Senior Endeavor 630. given to the visitation of the Preaching services 7:30. The Rev. H. W. Elliott, who respective rooms at the Graded Las been State lor the School. Christian churches in Kentucky The program for the afternoon for twenty five years, will be with is as follows: County School Supervision its and speak at both of the preachJ. O. Scoggin ing services. He has had a veiy in the development of Arithmetic in the First Four 'vital part S. E. Chandler jour Kentucky work and bis mess-!;ii'- Grades will be an inspiring oue. Means of securing good order; J!u,(jes, v,. h. roynier, u. u. On the following Sunday, 0 t. D. H. Lyon Baker: Roht. Cox. L. W. Bethur-Jess Fish Value of History Utli, agreeable to the Governor's um and j L Cooper. These proclamation, we shall observe) Reading in the First Three accept above as their platMiss Esther Staverson Grades "Good Roads Sunday." form andii" elected will stand 01: Leadership of the County that platform during the term of Teacher Miss Tabitha Hiatt. $100 REWARD, $100. their office. The Purpose et the Study of The readers et this paper will he pleased to learn that there is Grammar. How we Speak. How Lexington, Ky. it least one dreaded disease that to Speaic. Miss Winnie Falin Oct. 2 l'.UT. eience has been able to cure in What the Government is doing W. L. Richards, Chm., all its stages and that is catarrh. for the Conservation of Food. M t. Vernon, Ky. Catarrh being greatly influenced by Miss Mary I. Bradley treatment. After an extended personal Hall's constitutional Catarrh Medicine is taken Robert McKenzie, Pres. conference with Secretary Mc internally and acts thru the Bl tod Myrtle Bryan',, Sec. Adoo in Cleveland yesteiday, I on the Mucous Surfaces of the am more than ever convinced System thereby destroying the SOUR STOMACH. thai the Liberty Bond sale, must foundation of the disease, giving he patient Strength hy building But, slowly, masticate your be a Success. Our country needs up the constitution and assisting help. Without united assistance nature in doing its work. The food thoroughly, abstain from the canvass cannot be a success proprietors have zo much faith in meat for a few days and in most ful one in this district. I earn- the curative powers of Hall's cases the sour stomach will dis estly appeal to you to give every Catarrh Medicine that they offer appear. If it doef not take one One Hundred Dollars for any case of Chamberlain's Tablets immedmoment of your time that you that it tails to cure. Send fey list iately after supper. Red meats lean possibly spare to the sale of of testimonials. the 4 per cent 1,onils No lHtfc Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., are most likely to cause sour evidencepf your patriotism cou hi Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Drug- stomach and jou may find it best to cut ttera out. be shown than an earnest effort gist, 75c. to support cur boys at the front They are offering their lives for our country. Surely we tan furn ish our portion of the money If advertising nutter is needed please wire me and it will be shipped at once. I am directed I by the Secretary of the Treasury to make this appeal to each chairman and I add my personal appeal. f '- Second: We stand for a town that is clean, physically and 1H"rrtl!.vIhird: We stand for the development of the town and for the promotion of every inter- est thai shall unlift our nennl and gic us a better citizenship. Sboond: We stand uncondi tionallv ODDOSed li tiool rooms r machines, '' mah mead stands, bouses of prostitution and other kindred institutions thai tend to demoralize ur boys and xrirls. After the adoption of the reso lotions the convention preceded to nominate a "Citizen Ticket" as follows: Police Judge, R. A. Welch; i:irsli:itl ' - " .i f.v,. Plcac Hel.,.1.,1 101 " - non- ALL AROUND THE CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUS 2 When in Mf. Vernon NEW STORE DROP IN OUR On South Side of West Main Street " ! You will find our stock clca resn. e and our prices tight. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE Come In and let us get better acquainted. ! tl-.- e Yours for business, -- P. Q. GRIFFIN MT. VERNOPJ, KY. Woufdn'f If Be Good Just for once, not to owe a cent ? How many times do you cross the street to avoid a creditor? Shiver every time the phone rings afraid to go home miserable everywhere. 1 NOTICE -- HAVE BEEN CALLED ARMY SERVICE FOR How is it? "Hard luck" is poor consolation . Isn't it bad management thoughtlRe- essness indifference ? J. W. District Chairman. Stoll, And Have For Sale Privately -- Be fair with yourself. Wantko - Man pant 30 with Fortner Mink horse and buggy to sell Stock Condition Powder ir County. B' per month. Address i Industrial Bldg Indianapolis, Icdiana . Virgil Lee Carlton Thut mau Richmond Richard S. Sowder Lindsay Mobley George W. Payne Fred L. Doan Little Anne Lucilie Kelly, the Silas French eijjht moutlis old daughter of Mr. Thomas Lawrence and Mrs William Kelly, of Indi- Ves Green Brown ana, died yaatardfj morning while visiting its giandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dooley, of Conway. Thechild will be buried today iu the Maret cemetery uear Wildie. Allen Raker Orville Lee Mink Sherman Mink John L Wynh John Franklin Dooley Patriotic week in this JState wa a great success in wav of tht speaking campaign which was car ricd out over the whole State, and at most places the campaigners were greeted by large aud attentive crowds. Dr. H H Cherry President of Western State Nor of Howling Green, has proven himself able to handle mal School, pair Mare Mules, 5 & 6 yrs old, 1 odd Horse Mule, 5 yrs. old, 1 Saddle Mare, 6 yrs, old, I 2 3-- 4 Steel Skien Birdsell Wagon 1 Cow Boy Saddle, good as new, I set good Wagon Harness, deem those old promises. See how much you can save today it will grow in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT The First State Bank LIVINGSTON, KY. I ) Lee Chandler a big proposition and has done a great work for the people of the State. Moie than 1,000 people attended the speakings in this county and all feel proud of work cone and feel that lasting good has been accomplished. show this property to any one interested between now and October 20th at the M. G, Fish place, three miles from Mt. Vernon on the Dixie Highway. I will not have a public sale but will be glad to CAPITAL 15,000 00 J. C. GRIFf IN, W. H. CO TTONGIM, Vice-Presid- JESSE T. FISH President C. M. THOMPSON, Cashier ent lt mini i UllVi I kl - i i: : Hyi : :r, pii L t HI .'.. , -- nggMwfleMgegBfli AMMMMki w is 1 Iffiruulttfil !Ei EF Sill Ftften workmen wore tajared wnen two iuterurbaii cars collided in a f.-omile from the goiHHMl eaason-meut (Jump Custer, Mich. ne n A Square Deal - Sporting The White Sox won the Ainerua.i league pennant by beating the Boston pssns Red Sox, 2 to 1, tn a at Boston. ten-Innin- I JU M HI HAPPENINGS OF THE WSK CUT TO LAST ANALYSIS. g o , DOMESTIC AMD FOREIGN ITEMS European War News Advices have been received at .V the frontier l the Tsingrnnf to the asssct that about :. nsssnasta of Ghent, Belgium, have bet n put to death In the hug three weeks on charges of espionage. 76 &, HAVING DECIDED TO GO WEST I WILL ON Saturday, October 13th, 1917 Offer for sale to the highest bidder the following : Kernels Culled From Events of ment in A!l Parti of the World Of Interest to All the People Everywhere. U. Mo- sterdam from AI I jnnp - H A III ' If not sold privately before rund I will offer my farm of 40 acres One-Ha- lf mile N. E. of Conway A snsjadnai of German airplanes ';.p,. The eovernaeent it Washington tin... swept over the French trenches. advanced $;;u.xx.ihi to Great Britain Georges Onynemer anas otliclally r bringing the total advanced that coon ported as "fcBled in action;' and all try thus (ar up to IMIMjMaJuUOQ, and France mounts ih loss of Its idol, the the total f all eredMi t the allies ui hero of France. lie brought dim u B3 airplanes. to 2,42MuO.OO0t. S.Teutonic War News IXI i ;V T?- -' LI' Good buildings, wtil watered and fine orchard. The land will be sold one-ha- lf cash, balance 12 months time. On that day I will offer the following personal property : mules, well broke, 2 good 1 extra good yearling f illey 2 good milch cows, three years old, three-year-o- ld I heifer calf, 3 good hogs, weight about 1 50 lbs. each, 1 I two horse wagon, buggy, -- 40 Rhode Island red hens, 30 bushels potatoes, 300 bushels corn, 3,000 pounds pea hay h barn, 1 turning plow, 1 eight disc harrow, other farm implements too numerous to mention, My household and kiichen furniture. TERMS All under $ 1 0 cash in rand, over $ 1 0 six months time with approved surety and bearing legal interest from date. The waj: oflice at Paris snononeed Anterleaa troops far the first tlm-irander fit i man Hr in Prance. Tor that German airplanes bosnberded Ihe twerlran s!i!iirs have been !ih! I; ramp of Gernma nriaonen near arers and tare prisoners nonneVd. They arere struck iy frag units of n bnrsting shell, a certain killed. unttngent of the Anerrlraa nrm N ?'ti'r.tl Cedorua forces made prog low located directly hehlndhe Brltlli ess (!:::':,: the uighl ;'.( severul v ine. u n wiihlu range of the eneni) "i the Julian b; ttle front. s;;ys a dis .11 IIS. .itch fi en I'.i me. "Slioot ih.- traitors in this country!" A Rrirtah ileetmjrer has be"U torp la the advice "I Sfieit sr KiiiK of Utah lord and snnk by s fnnna wh a h s of the ih:in I. ac ecretary I annlng made pobllc at n the addition to i rding to an Rdinln ' anrMMim eun nt Washington an sstoodlng Bfty survlTors it London. 'I!: r ai he ei.-y- j of dbirloaarea covering ('f" uan lafrigtsfSJ la America nml wise a batth no Hie Rigs fnast Rh Aft adsrra n BMoaagc sDt hy Oennt von !an farces mrh il forwanl Ii. I hi B mat Of si In .la nuary of this year to if Rutins and ion 1; the i!H:i(i dm Berlin foreign oir.ee reassessing an ureiojcd back ine niian advanced hor'.ty to ay out gfiQuOOO to asineoei uanls. it was officii ly announced t'i eaagrean throngh aa nnnaated organ Bpparcntijr knoora to the Ber the I'ctrograd war ii :ilt llK'Ut. ization. n aoChuritlea. Bemstorff Indicated In Ids aieKsajfe that money had been iail this argaalsatlon on former occasions The Umsjnayaa congress at Monteto perform the same work. video has been railed to meet la spe an clal session to vote on the ajoeatlon "i Germany and Amtrta-Hntsgvery desirous et peace. Tlii m sevi'rin;.' relation with Glioisaf, hoth repHea to Pope Rene revealed In ttr-iBy a vote of 5.'; to i the Argentine 'lift ' iea for peace, copies of which The Gemma chamber of nVpoties voted to snppi rt reached Amsterdam. note says the kaiser "cherishes a live a break la relations with Germany. ly desire that the appeal may mee' The vote was on a notion "to proceed .vlth success." pace would cosae frooi to break relations with Gerasany." the recent pn posal of Pope Benedict Capt: in l.titircuti of the Italian anny f ihw belligerent nations irooM ent'-accompanied by an ahoerver mink ;nto negoHntlons in the sense af th airplane flight from TIttbi. pontiff's anggestiiina. Kniieror Charl Italy, to London. Be covered the c."i0 ; Antrla Hun "la-snys in hi replj miles In seven hours and twelve min"ii the Vatican not.-utes. e r...-'e-l'uc, - c. c Mt. Vernoi iV. C,: osite SOS O O-- O ' "-- - !pn ',r y AC " H : ltTl L3 AE i :E"-r- 7 aV -- c.3;v'- :: LE 4 - o o Foreign - A ar r Genera! Merchandise .: ft 4 rooq line oii - : o v at ; . - non-atO- Farm Implements I . pc&rx -, :-- . a 4v. . 4 tr I o 4r -- r - .A & 'o - Domestic - Auctioneer H. C. IBIS SALE STARTS AT 10 A. M. SALE: A team of e;ed a of goad mule and two extra good saddle lx.rses. C. A. Davis, Mt. Vernon, Ky. NOB J KxnnMon nf Bn!tr Robert M. I .: PitlhtbP nf VN ' ir.mi lite I'nilt' T.a-w nate ilan U la a potithn tdtin sneH tn that I" ' ly the MIiinfi! m Is a ml !lc surety ttn u i! slon. nf nm' iiir ii eit is ddrer U ttwm igtte rnni ! Jos.- : t " I ! ' I. :i :' ;... ! L. i. ' i oTrei. if et'nars tvw"- ' of th The Costa Rlcaa gorcriisscnl at San by official account severed diplomatic retariona with Geansany. were handed to Ike diplomatic Costa repreai atatlvea of Germany. consuls in Bossannjl were The hroak "as due to the hj- PrcsMrcn noeo that Hi' she ssslosreia of mis bad Joined oursit fa iH'iemg a gnu the gov ernroent. Iti'-adis-over- y . 3&&UpC& 9 O a. Paso-port- a 5 J rBaaJV3! ii?awid USE Robes Coffins. Uasketa and WV1f&I UNDERTAKER j V BldXPBlBVI - . B Brodhead Mail' Telegraph or Telephone orders Pn nipt !y Filled Ky ; I 7 I antra ; ' di ai a !: . rgs par The nltted to the f(e.-!i.i!!te y fitrmnlatc ' it to ti i'l : t.; Ii n'a ii -' '''" !!(-- v M.i horse, it-a- is utlj tf1 nay he forewl u.tioii'N fuel snpiIj i n be sni II miens i he kfiivernmi n M . u control of th tank atenmr Just ns the Argentina ohnashei of deputies rns preparing to vote on breaking diliwnatic n mtlons ith Germany, an official commnnication was received from the Berlin foreign office. The GermiHi note gave satisfaction to Argentina. General AlexieiT lias resigned his post ns chief of the general stuff under Premier Kercnsky, the commander in chief of the Russian armies, according to newspaper reports from Petro-grad. J - COMPLHTK j . ai -- The M iffi S:ii-'ii- i :t txplnd M. ZfSS '. m ifesrf Mt reaidenen M West Main strett. just outside th corporate limits of the tows. If sold at once will sell worth the money. Mt. at Works. For Sale: urns hjown op bj i n ac4dent 'ii;-pxplosdo it of a hidler. at Rlanooil, a part on Sa T.voyc: Di Xt.J'-- 4 Pmnelaco Wy. Two A tnn ai- - mlsnini Apoly to, C.korgk Owens, Vernon Monumental l! tansposary as srhvdnle wblH peruiii 30.001) Iron workers to worl basncdlately npoa ratification of thagreement by the unions concerned pending final adjudication of their riif fereines by the federal board of nan clliation. was signed at San Franei-- o st n conference between representa tlves of the men. their employers am' federal mediators. arlD The king of Bavaria has 9ent nances' to the value of $1l!f,000 to neutral countries for saTe, according to the Berlin Lokal Anzeiger. y :isooo 1 O-O- O t Washington OOO Four more militant suffragist pickets were sent down to Occotpian to "serve time" for the cause. They were convicted of "carrying the banner" in front of the White Ilouse at Washington. The senate Banned the gS.OOO.OOO.OOn (': fl ' acy bill without a toll c;Jl at Washington. The house granted tha army tSJBOKI9&JSS, mwl the senate aiidml 9Na21TM. The navy was givsu $T)73.01P,(t ly the hwise and the sejiste added $24l!l.r.00i, a total of Progressive People business rrrn knows THEvalue and convenience of lik.'wi-- c m progretMW hsTsBKIlj ami. too, tlu vidf-;- i .wtkc buainaa ariiuus, W shall he glad tj initiate people iuto details of keeping a cheeking account. WK I BPP-- fi Jjgf viry V W ". OUSfm MOP -- ev . , v fcfiiiTttfy;" When you want your property sold see me. I H revolution of 2.000 000 malcontents. nRtlon wide In scope, backed by I. IT. W. ami 48 affiliated orgnni nations, Including the Working Class union. In wld on It was planned to apply the torch to siite.ll citii, shoot ofllcon at the govenunenl snd demoralize cois giuulcittioti, was phVHsad for July 27 last, according to the estiinony cf Will Hoevar. state witneot In the trial at Enid, Okla., of 11 allege aatldrnft A argent a Checking Account; so does the up -- to date professional man; agitatsrs. taken at a mass meeting of nrorirmen, 4.000 men employed in stfl shipyards at Portland. Ore., went out on strike. About 3.00 men employed In wooden shipyards already are on strike. rui.-uan- r)7,000,13. Crontion of a house committee on woman suffrage arm ordered by the house at Washington by a vote of 1j'1 to 107. t to acti WILL U'-- . clad re LtliKKTV T.uca LOAM Yori; l!()MS. OKTJEn rOM THE N'KW When you want to buy property come round. I can pi ease you. Office ROCKCASTLE HOTEL STYLE STYLE IS SOMETHING LIKE A SUNBEAM, YOU CAN AND SEE IT IT IS W0NDEIFUL, but you cant take hold of it. Still it is very real so real that the average man can no more get along without it than he can three meals a day. Style the foundation of uu't a Bwara, but this ele- J. W. RIDER Real Estate Agent sruoaa) ment reinforced by fine hat building makes a Swann by far the most desirioua brand of headgear. Get under one of the new rail styles at The house at Washington had a wild and noisy session over the disclosure that Count Hernstorff, while German Nearly 20,000 of the leading bankers ambassador here, Asked his govern of the United States gathoied In At- aient to nutlwirie the expenditure of lantic City to discuss the tremendouo $50,000 to Influence congress. Bapaa financial problems nalsed by the war. sentntive Norton attacked Representaaoa tive Ileflln. who was quoted In a newsMm. Julia Mikuln of Hnmtramck, paper as saying he could name a dozen Mich., hajiged three children and her- congressmen who "had been acting self In tmir home. Heflin denied that the suspiciously." Interview attributed to him was corThere is enough food In sight to win rect. the war enough to feed the world. The biggest crop of food products ever The death warrant of seditious newsgrown In the United States, which papers was signed ai Washington-K- v means the biggest crop ever grown by house finally passed the trudingann-the-enemany country in the world, is ready for l act, giving Postmaster the harvest. Burleson altmwsiunlimlted powc ers for the snppreslwn of treasonable A strike of 10,000 members of the publications. cc Lake Seamen's union, including sailors, cooks and firemen employed ea After brief debate the senate at freight honts plying on the Grem Washington adopted the conference rebill, Lakes, has been set for October 1, by port on the The what appears to be practically a with only six negative votes. unanimous vote of the men Involved. house Is expected to accept the report and send the measure to the president for his signature. y The Bank of Mf, Vernon nf m ,t-- 1 r,-;o- m .t OOO ih'i Gen-eru- UiHDHSTAK . amar-l 1 ti arts oafl jijj Our line of Couch C;ikefel trndlng-wlth-the-enem- y mE& All ill Km M 13 unextelM e Hand-najd- II irse seni to all the ConntT. " "offin. Inrnishei fJ hit orders by Wire Promptly Filled J. C.McCLARY T7aasdssrJatf1llfoaapsBSBBBfcQi fkasV. 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