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Mount Vernon signal: August 2, 1918 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 mou1918080202_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: August 2, 1918 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1918 $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. ' ! n? PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY III BRIG. GEN. R. E. WOOD Vermm ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918 VOLUME XXXI MAJ. GEN. FRANK W. COE MT. VERNON, M CLEAN UP KEEP IT ESTABLISHED X887 NUMBER 45 horoWedne8day. We are pleased to nolo that our friend, James Mr. and Mrs.W.M. Sowdor have Marct, is the possessor of a returned homo to Mt. Vernon tin Lizzio. Well, old boy, new you after a few days visit with their will not be troubled with vour son, G.G.Sowder, of this place. baggage now. Hon. John L. Powers spoke here Saturday nlfrl.t In the Interest of Hon. J.M. Robsion's candidacy for Congress, and from what wo learn .Major L. Gordon Sanfotd joined had a full house. Miss Marie the cavalry in the British Array, Rambo is visiting relatives in in London, on August ;, 1914, the Stanford this weolc Missoa Mar-gro- t day Great Britain entered tho and Angelin Fallas are visit- war. He was in training in Enging relatives in Louisville this land until March 9, 1915, and was week. Edgar Cottougim, son of then sent to France. He was by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cottongim, this timo a second lieutenant in Walter T. Owens, son of the the Royal Field Artilery in which writer, Charles Black, and Rob- regiment ho has remained ever ert Warren havo landed iti France since. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Griffin, T. M. Ho took part in practically all Griffin, and Mr. and Mrs. Alf the main battles on the Western Griffin, of Florida, and Mr. and front, during 1915, 1916, and Mrs. John Griffin and children, 1917, including Loos, Somme, lirle. Ucn. It. .!. Wood, uctlng land and Mr. and Mrs. J D. Sharp, Beaumont, Hamcl. Anoro, Viny of (he quartermaster corps In Wash- of Jellico, Tenn., after motoring Rtdgo, Arras, and the Altl . liL'll. tTlMlk U. Cm, llt'Wl) third bat polnh'd chief of const urtlllury, win ington, Is said to be slated for nn Im- to drop of good properly applfed, fills the dry, Cincinnati, returned Tuesday tie of Ypres. On two occasions huciyihIik Ma J. Con. 1hmuuh M portant assignment In France soon. Wnvvr, rt'tlml. Cciicriil do Ih i Oenornl Wood was brought hack from and started on their return trip he was wounded; the first time in and pores of a sealed surface, outside or inside Franco when Oenerul Goethnls became to Jellico and nutlvo of lCimsiiM find tins spent hi Floiida. W. the battle of the Somme and the head nf the quartermaster corps. life In the military xurtlue. preserves, is Griffin was on'co a citizen of this second time atYpos in Novemcounty but has been in Florida ber, 19 17. THE PAINT BRUSH STOPS THE DETERIORATION OF PROPERTY for several years and claims that AND THE DEPRECIATION OF VALUES He was still in the hospital h WHY MFRflF mmtm rrmrtiiiM.r in i in i b.iir! m ,t wr LLl'J UIUIW Mr. and Mrs. J T. Oaiaiy and chosen as one of the officers to Germany Still Has Whip Hand ir Vast Stores of German Ammuni- children, and 0. J, Rice and Miss be sent to this country to take Lyda Cook are on a pleasure trip pirt in- - the Liberty Loaus, Red WE CARRY A FULL LINE COME IN AND SEE US, tion Are Found. That Country. to Mammoth Cave and High Cross, and W. S. S. drives. Bridge and other places of inHe was twice mentioned by Sir -Breach of Relations, Reported by Co Forests of Pere and Rhc Virtually One terest. George S Griffin has Douglas Haig in dispatches, and Oppocito Court House Qrcat Arsenal, the Projectiles penhagen, Would Greatly Help Alpurchased the property where the was decorated with the Military Stacked Like Cordwood. lies, but May Not Materialize. KY. barber shop and G.T. Jones' store Cross by King George. With the American Army on the is located, of a Mr. Byrd; price WnsliliiKton. July :u. While no nil" During fhe last six months In Mnrne Front, July 81. The tremen1 clnl iiotleo nf the lirciirh of rotation F.L Thompson, the France and Belgium', )ie dous stores of German ammunition not learned. tivtxuHMi Turkey and Oenimny EfcOH STKNCEU. Pmldoat 1918 High School " " found by the troops Mt. Vernon salesman has been " the 48th Battery, Royal see every CIIA9.C. IIAEVH, Vb. rntlier the rentrnl potterx. fur ".fc. " II. 11. LIKUSCY, lecratacy . Graduate in their part of county, doubt Autrlii Is Invoheil with (3ei Id the forests of Fere nnd RIk lead traveling over this territory for Field Artillery. , ofllcers to believe thnt the nllfod oftunny In the ilihnule with the Ott and urge them to go to college, quite a few years. He was here Before the war he spenVsix fensive nipped In the hud Oermnn inmi government hns rrncluM Wnsl We believe he years in British Eas Africa and and present to them the advanplans for a momentous drive upon last Thursday. Incton, olllrfiilx express little Htirprl Kpcrnuy. forgot to bring his samples but ho Uganda, where he did' a L'ood "deal tages that Georgetown college is nt n Copenlmeen rewlw The forests nud the surrounding from London siijlni: tlmt Cennnn The following was here. Bet we can guess. of elephant and other Wg game now offering. country north.of, the Marno .were nnd .Tifrkey hnve 5eyreil,f ehitjoniv have 'been' appointed Dr C.-- T. Blanford", after a weeks hunting," then ostrichifarniing, u'stnul tor Oeraian tint'' lu olllciiil:rtrcleH7lir5fnriRnini' visit with his son, C.A. Blanford, and fiinlly coffee planting. He by the county chairman, and our A REGULARLY tt hns heeiurenllzed thnt In her effort ammunition of nil kinds, INCORPORATED INSTITUTION Of LEARNING to serve both Turkey nnd Itulnrlii I shells being particularly numerous. At of this place has gone to Louis was shooting in East Africa at purposo and ambition is to get 321 GUTHRIE STREET, 'North of Postofficc LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY places on the edges of the woods then the division q( kikIIic resulting fr' Trains young men and women for Bueiness or Civil Service C. tho time Colonel Roosevelt was the young peoplo of this county were Inrge shells stacked like cord ville to visit other relatives the enforced trenty with lloimiim All who desire to qualify for either cr both lines of wood over largo areas. to go. to college as a patriotic positions. L. Hughes, who has been an the there. Oeruinuy tint! Incurred (lie employment should write for full information at once. Thousands of these shells were In- sick list for a few days,-i- s both her nllles. Mujor Sanford will speak at the duty: Chairman for Mt. Vernon, able to A nhorliice of fond, wenrllW" of II, tended for the Gorman Livings-tonrBen guns, only n few of which hnve been be at his bsst again. Miss Alice War Conference at Mt. Vernon, Mr. Jonas McKenzie, for wnr nuil dUintlsfnctlim with the Vouu Uillard, Scaffold Cane, nptured. The Americans assume thai Nicoley, who has been inthe Tuesday. August 6th. Turi; p:irty beenu.e of Its miIiiiiIhsIi the Oermans withdrew many of thesi west for some time, is visiting L. D. Gooch, Level Green and to (lernuin control reeently found e ,'iias nnd that others Intended for tin presslon lu Consliintlnople In for relatives here. The drouth has at School Gradu- Poplar Grove sections, W. H. ,'rcnt drive had not )et (irrlvcd when riots and imiiiltloii uprMitxs wlili Owens, Brodhead, A.E. Albright, last been broken and rain has fal he allied offensive began. hnve been sternly suppressed by th All through the forests the Aiuerl-:nn- s len in copious quantities, for Union Mrs. George Roberts. military uuthoiltles. muob came upon ammunition depots, to However, there Is considerable dotili the relief of suffering vegetaI (hope that each one of these some p'nees more than un ucro of it in each article here College In the minds of olllclnls here that se Chairmen will take up this work tion. Mrs. D. B. Rambo and rround being covered with shells ot ernnce of relutlous, even If actual' ill enllhers. Some of the smnlloi sons, Willie and Lech, spent Mon1 brought about, will be permanent. During the past year, we have at onco and report the name of hells were lubelcd "for tmmedlutt day in Louisville Ir believed that flermany, ealllUK upol shopping. Well, been called upon to respond to the young man or woman: a High her allies, Ilulcnrlu and Austria, to its ise" along the ronds everywhere, anil we are very sorry Lawns worth 15c a yard now n yanl. that we throw the needs of our country by giv School graduate that they think In the open places the shclb fist her, will undeitake to deal Htcm Voiles xwrti 30c a yard now a )"M-d- . to go to .vere camoullaged vvltli limbs of trees our friend Robins into hysterics, can be prevailed upon )y with Turkey, and thmiiKh the thou ing our time and money to its Foulards worth 30c 11 yard now From the roadways skirting the for-s- t as our feelings were il Y'M' sands of Orman hkcmiIh situated always kind various drives, Red Cross, Lib- college, to the county Chairman. In every patch of wood shells wcr throughout the country will seek t 25 inch Porcals worth 25o a yard now colleges for dls)luce the Young Turk party nnd lu islble. Hvery clump of trees or shrub toward him and little did wo think erty Bonds, etc. During this The drain upon tho 36 inch Pereals worth 30c a yard now government service has been ery sheltered shells of various call-er- that ho would lose all self control. present month, and I might Ktall some faction which can be de add Ginghams worth 25c a yard now Some of the depots were pended upon to obey the mandates of While ho claims he is in the draft up through August, great, so much so that thero is " under the entirely to big shells and others age Ginghams worth 30c a yard now the central powers. and we are beyond the age is auspices of Georgetown College, urgent need to increase tho sup xcluxlvcly to projectiles of smaller It Is also pointed out thnt the Turl Nainsook a ""J High School graduate Izcs, Including gas shells, high explo- the reason we can boast, as he wo are in the midst of Ish army Is olllcered almost entirely another ply. The 36 inch Blue Silk Tallotta a viud it ve projectiles and cartridges for ma calls it. till this do by (icrmnn; and that while the Turk We wish to inform him imnortant drive for Jiitrfntim of this year must Plaid and striped silk Taffetas. fc1 hlne guns and rltles. From the roau-1- . I , to C9L a vard. ish diplomatic authorities might sever ' . . A ,.,.wi Pnn . lLL; rc'm.. .Cflllf relations wllh weiiiinny I lie army uoou quality 5b inch muck Tallota a yard. unu wnen tne limit Is raised to in- - partraent of War and the Emer- Georgetown. Ky., will with tho would remain thoroughly fierinnn. .till. of cases of rifle cartridges were Hest quality 36 inch Black Taffeta a yard. ecu winding In and nut and following elude us wo are gone without gency Council on Also reports have been received that Education are opuning in September, inaugurate 36 inch Silk Poplin, all colors yard. the Constantinople, police system Is the tree Hues like fences. didrafting, and what wo gave, if it uigiug tho importanco of Keep military training under tho The allies are planning a systemapermeated thoroughly with fJeriiuin Summer Kool Silks in beautiful plaids a Pelwas the widows mite, was freely ing all students Dopartment, making possible the continutized usseinbly of the shells for use in Inch school rections of tho War hardly necessary to emphnsr.o tho fact that these given, of course. Wo havo never until they graduate and in charge ofran ofiicor of the U. ation of the sprend nf Rcrmnn propa- Inter ngnlust the Oermnns. then in prices tuito on double signifiruice this year Mako it your ganda among the Turkish people. been blossed with a great deal of tho colleges and universities in S', Army. In conclusion I call Copenhagen report should economic duty to tako advautagoof thorn. If the FOUR ARE KILLED BY TRAIN this world's goods, and if it makes preparation prove true, the military sltuutlon may for tho supply of utyon all good patriotic citizens join in us btlngy and chinchoy, as is the trained men which aro needed in Rockcastle County, to be fnvorably nffectcd In the Interest of the entente nllles. Itulgarlnu resist- Victims of Iowa Accident Thought to nature of some, we do not want now as a war asset, Bs Franke Family of and will be arid help in this good work ance, It Is pointed out, may be weakthem Our friend claims wohavn needed later as a psaco assot. In What I am asking you as a good Albion, Neb. ened greatly In consequence of the a distinction, as we have grand accordanco with tho quarrel with Oermnny nnd accordingwishes of citizen to do: is first, tp Impress State Center, lovvu, July 31, Four sons in ly an ensy northward movement from the service. My father, the Emergency Council oa Edu on rll students under 2l years of the Adriatic to the Aegean sen might persons, believed to bo J. V. Fninke, who died a few days ago, Ills wife and their two daughters of if ho cation this campaign is now un age tho patriotic duty of remainiio accomplished by the French, Italtroops, who have, been Albion, NebH were killed near here had lived a few days longer could dertaken by Georgetown Colloge ing in school; second, to givo mo ian nnd HrllNh making a successful campaign In thnt when a Chicago nnd Northwestern have truly claimed that he had a to bring the public to a full real (as county chairman) tho names passenger train struck their auto nt rfpinrter. Identlflcatlon Is be- grandson n France, but he was i grude crossing. of this extremely impor- of all high school graduates who I London, July 31. "The relnllons to have been established only my son. It seems that my tant subject. Oermnny nnd Turkey hnve been lieved President Wilson ought to go to college In this through papers carried by the man. friend has a nevored, nccordlng to direct Informapique or ill will says: "I would particularly urge way, you can and will help us The two girls, fourteen unci seventeen, against tion from Constuntlnople." old ago. My friend, the the young peoplo who are leaving answer the call of tho GovernThis announcement Is made by the apparently, were Instantly killed, and Copenhagen correspondent of the Hx the man nnd woman died without re- day is fast approaching when you our high schools, that as many of ment for men and women since gaining consciousness. too will lean upon a cain when them as can (Image Telegraph company. do so avail them-selv- tho colleges aro now exhausted Fond du Luc, Wis, July 31. Rev your The excitement ngulnst Oermnny, locks (which you comb with this year of the opportune in men power, and in so doing wo the advices say further, hns been J. F. Ki alike, who with his wife anrt so much pride), will change to a ity offered by the colleges and will bo contributing timo and two daughters was killed In an ou particularly nfter last growing, tomoblle accident at State Center snowy whito, when you can count week's events. technical schools to the end that energy to a worthy cause. Now The Oermans recently demanded the Iowa, was on Imuianuel Lutherni your age by the score, and wo will the country mav not lack an edo- - let it bo the duty of evoty patri cruiser Ilnmldlch, the only largo ghln church pastor und until three year-ag- idd, if there is a peoplo on this quato supply of trained men and otic citizen in Rockcastle county, uns located nt Strcator, III, Pre then In possession of Turkey, as com f to socd to college this year the pensation fnfr.tho Ilreslau, the for- vlous to that time ho served for sevei earth that wo respect it is those and women." mer Oermnn cruiser which was de- years at Waupun lu this county. II that have reached a ripe old largest number of high school ago, Georgetown College, as a patri stroyed In the Dardanelles while under vvub golne home with his family fron a vacation visit In Waupuu when hi and their heads are blossoming otic service, in putting on a pa graduates in our history. I, as the Turkish tine. for the tomb.-Won- der was killed. Despite Turkey's protest the Ilnmlwhat has triotic and educational drive in county chairman need holpors dlch has departed for Sebastopol with become of S. C. Franklin, the Kentucky, urging young peoplo and will furnish literature Twenty-fivDrafted Men Desert. the' Oermnn line ft lug. that tho advntages Camp Lewis, Tacouia, Wash., Jul watch fixer, as he failed to put in to go to college this fall. It is 31. Tvventy-flvselectlvo draft me his appearance Tuesday. War Stamp Sales Grow Big. Unless offering a line of work it) line Georgetown Collego I now offer-in- g Washington, July 31 Sale of War from ULIuh City, Mendocino rount.v he shows up soon a to all young men and womon. search will h with the demands of the Govern Savings nud Thrift stufupn brought Cal deserted from a troop train ei instituted. A 10 Mrs. Jane Owens, of raent and equal in efliciency to Respectfully submitted, Into the treasury Inst route here, It wus unuoiinced. Teh foS.OM.OOO A. J. Pikk. week and broke earlier records for re- grams notifying tin police have bee rmovmo, K.y,, wiio has been vis. any college in tho country, In ceipts from that source. This week- scut to various towns lu Cnllforu! Uing relatives at Livingston, loft this drive each county is organ. ly yield Is about equal to thnt of the nnd Oregon, where the men droppe. wuay tor. wt. vornon, where she Ized. Tho writer having beon off. entire mouth nf June. desiring should will spend a few days with hor appointed Ubalrman for Rockcas Mackensen to Replace Ludendorff. American Flyer la Killed. daughter, Mrs. Thomas Fran. tie County, it bocomei my duty For Infants and Children Flight Cadet I'urlR. July 31. Field Marshal vo Cisco. themselves of London. July 31. J. J. Baker and Alfred to appoint a District Chairman In Use For Over Years Oeoree Huple Wallace of Washington, Mackensen hns arrived nt Oermai Oneal, both progressive farmers, m each district in the county, Always fecurs '.. vvns killed In n airplane nccj. great headquarter mid It Is the deut July 20. He was seivlng with that he will replace Oer.crnl Ludeu of tho Scaggs creek section, were and It will become their duty, to Sntut of dorff, suys a dispatch, from Uerue. the Jiiltlsh nlr force. LIVINGSTON FOR THRIFT'S SAKE PAINT UP AND UP Major Sanford "Plenty of paint makes things what they aint " says the camofiuer. BUT THERE'S THE BIG PAINT TRUTH, WITHOUT ANY CAMOFLAGE I1 PAINT KEEPS THINGS As They Are Everp Paint, the wood, makes the house, that protects and and sanitary. hungry t. ,W wnnnsniiinPSHFiis mil PAINT PAINT PAINT" ' "i wt nf,-- , r W, F. BAKER "'w THB SLUE FRONT MT. VBBrVON, com-maud- f Franco-America- n tllNp-itc- f big-gu- SatiraSaSL 10&p A High ates Should Enter For our customers THRIFT MESSAGE Advertised 25c 25c 10c THERE'S d !,, ... 25c y. S1.50 20c 20c 25c 30c y'J. 15c Si .35 $1 .75 Si .00 .fit t's $1 .00 JOHN ROBINS BRODHEAD Dr. M. K. Pennington es DENTIST W' o WILL BE IN BRODHEAD WEEK OR Dental work e o Monday, Aug. 5 DAYS FOR CASTORIA 30 Those avail this opportunity. rtrle GCSSSitES abiSiOUHuuUlMl lut,' In 'n i iTi iHn7rnrii - aniuMW.VMdi i' n rnnnii the State before the prim nrv, Hindi to my dissipoiiitinent and regret. FRIDAY, Aug 2. tUIS I know jou ' nud the people of your county ore quite familiar Publiititd tvtiy Fiiitay by with iiij record, and fe.v would be willing loso mo defeated mply EPGAR S. ALBRIGHT. because of nn illness that I could fl.O not prevent. My record as a S'jnSCKIPTION ONK YKAR Democrat and a public servant is one in, which! take pride It Advertising rates mate known on uas been far tlm people, and I application Ur.ow the I'restdtint will nay so, Mt.Vernon Sighal lapsed died into unconsciousness and Rhl'ORTOFOUM SUl.l'HUI It he woru MKMHKK OF aslcml, that no man KHWTIJf'KV I'KHSS ASSOCIATION Moo WHIiN AND HOW U'fl.l. EUROPEAN WAIS KNI? Shortly uficr thu war began Kocord the; Manufacturer's predicted that it would List at least tli rue to four years, iitul nave the reasons therefor It has never seen any jiistifieji-tiiuifor changing that view. Without pretending to any gift of piop'iecy, the Baltimore Kecotcl offers the following speculative suggestions.: The European war will last two years longer. Geimauy and Austria will not only have to pay, as far as money can repay, all that the war has cost Belgium and France, but Germany will lose Alsace and Lorraine and possibly same addi " Hm hi iiln In will have to pay au indemnity of not les,s than ten billion dollars. Constantinople will full to Rus-hiand Turkey will be dismembered and the Turkish power driven out of Europe The Hohen.ollern and Haps-bur- g dynasties will be blotted out, and the men of these families who at the close of the war are living will probably bo imprisoned for life, and perhaps some of them may be executed. Maul of the officials respousilile forthe killing of theEnghsh nurse and others will have to pay the penalty with their lives li will then be too late to appeal for mercy. They showed no m'ercy, and we doubt if any mercy will bo shown to them The lenders who .took the sword in the campaign to conquer Eu rope will themselves perish by the swoul. In the end Germany will be come a republic and the good people of that country will rebuild its prosperity and its hu inanity and seek to atone for the horrors that have been biought upon the world by lmiserism and Prussian militarism, and then friendship of European people will take the place of present hatred. These are suggested merely a.speculative predictions. Two years hence we may be able to see how nearly wo forecasted the future. efi-tnriitl- has supported him more loyally than I. nti4 besides this I have bad fifuen ears' experience, inestimable value to our Statu and people in the days of reconstruction that will come. Assuring you ot my warmest friendship. I am, very truly our friend, OLUK M. J AM KS. BR O DH EAD Birk-shir- e " At the drawing for Red Pigs at the Citizens Hank last Saturday the following were the lucky boy: Rosco Cable Leonard Harris, Hussel GrifTni, Johnnie Vanhook, Cecil Smith, James Tandy Young, Do AWa Kobbins, Farris Kelly, Herman Lee Oliver and Clifford Osborne There were many applicants and much interest manifested in the drawing. Mr. and Mr. Tilden Frith, of Tennessc, are with his brother, C. H. Fritli hero this week. Mr. Frith will go to Lon don during the week to undergo an operation. Several yoars ago he broko his leg just above tho leal of trouble every since and it recently developed that only one of the bones had united and tho operation will bo made in view of correcting this trouble. It was reported in town last week that our good friend, P. E. Snivel was quite ill, but wo understand that he had recovered sufficiently last Sunday to make his usual visit to Orab Orchard, Hicks says he and uncle had an attkslc of Calico Fever, and wo imagine that uncla Lar-kiknows for lw was atone time all'ected with tho same discaso. Mr. fainitn Adams, a nigliiy re spected citizen of the Chestnut Ridge section, died Wednesday of last week, and his remains were buried at tho t'otts burying ground tho following day. Mr. Adams had been quite sick for several months and his death was not unexpocted. Ho is survived by an aged widow and sev eral children. Mrs. Byron Owens and little son, of Louisville, are with .her mother, Mrs. It. S Martin and other relatives hero this week. Mrs. D. B. Chandler who underwent an operation at the Norton Infirmary" some three weeks ago, roturned homo Sat urday and is getting along nice ly. Kid. J. W. Master closed u week s meeting at Maretburg Sunday. Mrs. W. E Gravely and little Hon, Master David Graveloy, aro witli her sister, Mrs. II. II. Hutcheson, at n i i OTMnMnMMinwii o'clock, Wednesday SCHOOL When ho was first morning Tho following names nre of taken ill, Dr. W F. Carter was students who deseive honorable summoned, but could do nothing nam ion. J lie mirror Hon Hell of Gum Sulphur to give any rebel. say- - ho died from some form of Rt11.1l School: pMi'rthnM Mr. Riddle moved to Grade 1 Homer lU.mtou, our town several yoars ago from Harry Carl.oton, Co!er Mink. Urado.2 Ovil Master.-- . Walnut Crow, Pulaski county, Grade 3 and immediately after locating Ktliel Allen, Kthel here h organized The Ro.Ucaslle Blanton, Matt Wilson Carlotn 1. Milling Co., of which he was the Grade 4 May Brooks, Claudo principal owner. The company Cailelou. erected now and tnotUru buildGrado 6 Earnest Kobins, Mat-ti- e ings and installed the latest and Pearl Kobins, Andrew King, most up to date machinery and Klberta King. was doing a nice milling business. Grade 8I.ucy Masters, Carrie He a Uo erected a nice two story Brooks. residence on Main street adjoin Sesotal others belong on this ing the mill property and was linl list who nave made penally as over ready to loud his aid to pub- gcod grades, but are kept off by He had been tardiness and' absent marks the lic improvement. an active business man all his lifo beginning of this month, Leiug in and had a host of friends among the busy season. those with whom he had dealings CATARRH CANNOT BE He would have been seventy CURED, years old next October, was a with Local Applications, as they member of Brodhead Christian reach the seat of the disChurch and a demitted member cannot or Wi odstock Masonic Lodge ease. Catarrh is a local disease giuutly influenced by constituBesides his widow he is survived tional conditions, aud in order to by eleven children, all being pres cure it you must take at. internal ent at tho funeral aud arc as folremedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi lows : Mrs W B. Smith and W.II. is taken internally and acts Kiddle, of Fairland, Oi:la.; Mrs. cine through tho blood on the mucous Mary Beaty, of Science Hill, Ky ; surfaces ol tte system. Hall's John G. Kiddle, of Indianapolis, Ind.; Chas. T. Riddle, Mrs Frank Catarrh Medicine was prescribeu by one of tho cost physicians in Catron and Mrs. Lora Price, of this .country for yars. It is Ind ; Mrs. Susie Biidgeport, composed of some of the best Baker, of Anabel, Mo.; Joe E some ot Kiddle, of Detroit, and Mrs. tonics combined with the best blood puiitiers. The Elizabeth Hail and Ben V. Rid perfect combination of the ingtu-diont- s dle, of this city. One sister.Mrs. in Hall's- - Catarrh .Medi- - at 2 N O T I C E! To the Democrats of Rockcastle County: The Primary Election for U. S, Senator from Kentucky comes off next Saturday, August 3rd, iqi8. Kentucky's great Senator and Statesman, - Hon. Ollie M. James, is now down side and will be unable to make a canvass for re-nomination. The people of this State owe Senator James a lastfor ing debt of gratitude for the great work he has done the Government during this World War for the Liberty of Mankind, and the perpetuity of Freedom throughout the World. urge you most earnestly to go to the polls on next Saturday and cast your votes for Senator ul&gfrftgy whffl .?. now .u pflfl.lus43e4oka' glad to say, however, that he is now rapidly recovering and will soon be himself again. I a, - Mrs.J.M. Owens.of this city, and a half brother, James Hamm, of Prudent, Tenn. After funeral services at the Christian church by tho pastor, Kid. L N. Bowling, his romains were laid to rest in church cemetery the Christian yesterday at 3 o'clock. A number of other relatives were preseut at the funeral but wo were unable to get a complete list of names. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire town and community. MissKlla Dunn, of Danville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. G. Frith, this week W.H.Brown and J. M. Craig, ot Lancaster, were in town during tho week A revival will begin at tho Methodist church next Monday evening. Kverybodyare cordially invited to attend these services. ijiijrr5JGjjifi UusttUuiHMULrsauIllTuil deaful results in catarrhal condi lions. Send for testiinumals free. F J. Cheney & Co., Props, Toledo, O All Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills for constipa-tiou- . July 29, 1918 Life WALKER OWENS, Democratic Chairman Rockcastle Co WHKAT WILL WIN A Was a Misery t Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes 1 "From the time I entered into womanhood I looked with dread 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 I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . 1 decided to ThE WAR ... - JAMES URGES CHAIIIMKN TO GET OUT JUG VOTE Washington, July i9. From a sick bed in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, where Ollie M James is convalescing from a pro longul illness, Kentucky's senior Senator, who for thu second time is a candidate fir thu Demociatic nomination for United States Senator, dictated tho following letter tint will bo sent to each Demo cratic county chairman in Kentucky and to a number of Demo cratic leaders in tho Common, wealth: My Dear fair and Friend You doubtless aro aware that I have an opponent for thu nomination for United States Senator in the coining primary, Saturday, August !1. Overcoutidonce on the uart of my friends may result In many voters lulling to participate in the prlunry. Such a ro suit might jiot only ho to my great disadvantage, but Hie rellex action of a light primary vote in tho November election is to be n voided in tho Interest of our splendid administration, which so justly deserves the Indorsement always implied from enthusiastic parly support. 1 wish yi u would bo good enough to see tu it that all ntlfniy frioiuls aro gotten tc thu polls. I fii-- that tho jieople of Kentucky ore for mo. and if they know I have an opiwnunt they will bu very eager to ex press their will. My icvt ut ill n,'ts will prevent me from return Ben Mullins was in the western part of the county this week. Miss Maggie Mullins has been confined tho past two week with a sore foot which was thought to bo caused from a tack in her shoe. Mrs. Sarah Richmond and children, of Wildie, wore visiting hor parcuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. (J. Allen this week. Messrs Herbert aud Rosco and Misses Pearl, Susie and Louise Anderson and Mr. Robert Henry, and Miss Anna, of Winchester, Wero with tlie families of Mrs. wcciw'"BTrwcy "Siattio and J. HTMulIins" from Sowder is at homo from Cincin Friday until Monday. Mr. Goobel nati whora lie ha been employed Tussy and sister, Miss Mamie, of for suvornl mouths. Mr. and Disputanta. were guests of. their Mrs J. Thos. Chorryand R. L. uncle, W. D. Mullins Friday and Collier were up fioin Crab Or Saturday Borned, to'llio wife chard Thursday for a fow hours. of James Howard the 15th, a boy, Kid. and Mrs. Sheldou also tho wife of Nathan McDaniel, of Kings Mountain, were tho same day a girl. Mrs. Howwith his father Kid. J. W. ard and Mrs. McDan.el aro sisMasters the first of the week ters. Miss Ada Mullins began Mrs. Daisy Hunt was herefrom her school Monday. Swannio Crab Orchard Tuesday, the guest Price and sister, Miss Sallie, and of Mrs. J. M. Roberts. Mrs W. Misses Francis aud Lizzie s F. Carter and children spent a wore guests of Misses Sal fow days with Dr. and Mrs. M lie and Ada Mullins Saturday K. Pennington at London last evoning.--Mr- s. Win and Sam week. Miss Bert Storms, of Cor Metculf.wero guests of Mrs. Estil bin, is with hor grand father, I Mullims Sunday Miss Rutli It. Storms and will attend school Mullins was with her cousins, here. Jop Albright was in Mt Misses Ada and Sallio Mullins Vernon Wednosday. Misses Suuday. Wo hud u light sliowor LEInora Fritli and Susie Hicks of rain tod.ty (Tuesday) Lut more wero visiting relatives and is needed very badly. Ohaji. friends at Crab Orchard last Rico, of Livingston, was hi this week. W. H. Albright Is quito part Monday and spout ,tho night sick at his home near town. with J. H. Roboits Miss Fannie His son Albert Albright of Leu Allen wus thu guest of tho famanon Junction was here duriiii; ily of her brother at Uooksbuig thu week wilh liiiri Mrs. Lar- - Saturday night. Several of tho kin Hicks ts quite ill this week. men and boys oLthis placo, have Mrs. W. A. Robins, of Uorbin, gono to Hamilton to work. is here this wcelr with her parents', Mr. und Mrs. W. H. Sow TH13 fiHST PLASTI5K. der. Mn. YV. J. OwU8, of A piece of llnnnol dampened Wluchestor, is hero this week with relatives. Wo understand with Chamberlain's Liniment und that that Mr Owens will move bound on over the seat of pain is often inoro effectual for a lame his family back hero shortly. Oil Wtduttiduy morning tlio buck than a plaster and does not sad news was Hashed over town cost anything like as much. that UucU John Riddle was dead. He was taken auddenly ill ubout FOR FLETCHER'S dark Tuesday cveulu und soou sis-te- r, Mas-torCum-turn- WITHERS TAKE nic- "I took four bottles," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that 1 have not a pain. . . i " It has now been two years since 1 tookCardul, and I am still in good health. . . I would advise any woman or girl to use Cardul who Is a sufferer from any female trouble." If you sullerpaln caused from womanly trouble, or if you led the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-d- o wn system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Cardul. It helped her. We believe it will help you. All Druggists A BILIOUS ATTACK When you havo a bilious attack your liver fails to perforin its functions. You becomes constipated. Tho food you oat ferments in your stomach instead ot digesting. This inflames tho stomach aud causes nausea, vom- noted English stateman said recently that if ihe people of America had failed to save this year that England and Franco would hive been compelled to withdraw from tho r fight and as a result the Allies would have lost the war. This demonstrates tho the importance of wheat aud teaches us that WHEAT WILL WIN THE WAR. The Government of tbo United States realizes that the two moit i mportuut factors in winning the wai arc men aud food und so i.s drafting tho best manhood of the country tor tho service in tho ticuches and is calling on the farmers to produce the maximum amount ot food. There is no bettor way for fanners to answer the call for food than by sowing this Pall every acre in wheat that is possible aud to &ow it witli such care that it will yield a bountiful harycst The patriotic .farmer will give uo thought to tho price he will reciuve for his wheat but will think only ot tho starving uoor of Europe and our boys in trenches li'itflftu ..v. rnir ,w.v.v on I who aro fightiu who must bo fed Our boys are drafted into the army by tho Government and tho wages thoy shall reclevo, which may be tho wages of death, are fixed by the Government and tho boys do not speud any time figuring whether thoy can afford to tight our battles lor the.-wages. They know their couu. irv has called them aud thoy answered the call without complaint or reservation. Your country is asking you to raise as much wheat as possible and you will not spend any timo figuring whether you cuu utt'ord to grow wheat at'tbo price tized by tho Government. You should realize only that your country Has called you aud you will do your heat for WHEAT 4Y1LL WIN THE livery patriotic American citizen salutes lijs Hag when ho rises in the morning and says For Infants and Children ' "I will thU day do my best to In Use For Over Years help win tho war." A'ways bears Ihe From now until wheat sowing Signature of C&&yfi&&j&c time, the patriotic American farmers willsaluio his Hag when he rises in tho morning and will say and sa it firmly. "I will Rev. James Barnes preached this F.ill sow alt tho wheat I at Skcgg Creek l?st Sunday. can for WHEAT WILL Mr and Mrs. Win. Livesay are with the formors mother, Mrs. Hobt F Sponco, Jeniirfia Livesay who is seriously County Agent, ill Mrs. James Niceley. of Mt. Uerea, Kentucky. Vernon, spent several days last week with relativos here omer, TO IMPltOvirVoUR the eleven year old son of DIGESTION. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Livesay is "For years my digestion was numbered wijli tho sick. Born, so bad that I could only oat the lightest food. I tried everything July 23th, to tho wiforof Greon that I htard of to get relief, but Cox, a boy Mrs. Mitchol Nornot until about a year ago vhen ton, of the Freedom section spent I saw Chamberlain's Tablets Friday und Saturday witli her aud got a bottle of them mother, Mrs. Win. Sowdor. did I find the right treatment Since talcing them my digestion Mrs Win. Sowder of Mt. Voruon, is fine ' Mvj. Hlmiflio IViivpra, spent Mondny with Mrs. Llovil nrivi'esay. Indiana, Pa. CASTORIA 30 HOPE WELL WIN-WA- R : -- ... Children Cry for Fletcher's mxcccscNcc$sisscs!fiss5!Sfc555i The Kind You Have Always Bounht. and which ia use for over thirty years, has borne the f ana nas Deen made under his personal supervision Blnce its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive vnn in tiiio All Counterfeits, Imitations and are that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. sle-nat- o !.... "Just-as-goo- iting and a 'terrible headache. Take three of Chamberlain's Tab lets Thoy will tone up your livor, clean out your stonmnh aud you will ho as well as over They only cost a quarter. Children Ory CASTORIA m FLETCHER'S thought should be givon to tho possibility of being to harvest the wheut next yeur for the Government will permit uo wheat to go to waste but will tlnd so mo means of pro. vidiug laborers for tho harvest. England has sent more than six milliou men to light hor Lut. ties and in spite of this will harvest this Fall, the largest vlieat What crop in hor history. England has done America wi 1 do. WAR. No Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising-therefroand by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA ' un-ab- le GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS &Ltfffl&&u In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always' Bought tVr - i (iinwfm no.. : ' Mt. Vernon Signal Mt.Vkhnon Ky, Aug. a, 1918 7 rJ I V wtnonf.1 want toOaramunN oai wltH alQNXL sJ IP up."No,i" L. V. Murrcll, tuo lumber man, A Rural Routo from Mt. Vor non through to Rock lord- - and was to Columbia, his old home, back by way of Hiutt is probable. during tho week on business. No. 1 good" cow, Fou Salk:-'-- A Swannnie Price is clerking for giving plenty of milk. Swannie is a Sutton & McBee. W. H. Fish, fine boy and no doubt will make Mt. Vernon, Ky. u good man for the job. v Two good typewriters for sale Foil Sale One good team of work mules, wagon and harness, at bargain prices. One an Under wood, the other nn Oliver. Seo for silo cheap. Food Administration. DEBTS COLLECTED Account, Notes, Claims of all kinds ( III U-- U tt I N Q. C. IX I H. It. Aug2 .LOUItVILLC 4 NatHVILK jt Jim Dkvault. Brod-hea- W. d TIMK TABI.B. 22 north 24 north 28 south 21 0.57 pm 0:47 a m n:5s a m 12:18 a m douth Phone No. 8. Jas. Landrum, Agent. KutereJ at the Ml Vernon, Ky. Potofic at the Methodist Church Monday, August 5th. 'AH invited to como and tako an activo part. Rev. H. (J. Martin will do the preaching. List of names contributing to Red Cross,not heretofore reported: Revival will begin Bur-dett- H. Fish. THE WHEAT GROWERS ASSOCIATION. Tho .United States is launching a Sheep Campaign throughout tho United States. Robert F. Spcnce, our County Agent, asks that all farmers raising sheep, or Interested in raising sheep, be presont at Mt. Vernon, August 6tb, for tho purpose of organizing a Rockcastle County Sheep Growers Association. This wjll be a very important meeting for the County and all people who are interested in tho sheep pioposition should be present. All farmers who have ewes or ewe Jambs, uro urged to keep them, and not sell to people who will send them outside of the County. If tbey are sold to be kopt in the County, this means a bigger sheep production for next year. Those who wish to buy sheep. or have sheep to sell, are also urged to attend this meeting at Mt. Vernon, August 6th. BRIEF FACTS IN RECORD OF CAPT. R. MUIR ALLAN Captain R. Muir Alljm!A,,S.C. ,., Uriush Array, is a Scotchman. Before the war he was a ManufacturersAgent. Elected to Portsmouth town council in 1912. Commissioned lieutenant October 7, 1914. Promoted to captain in March. 1915. Served in Franco until Fob. 16, 1918. Been to and seen service in Boulogne, Calais, Duukirk, Le Havre, Paris, Amiens and Mer- ville. His headquarter at tho lat ter placo now in hands of Germans. Been in nearly thirty air raids, including three in London. For the first seven months of the war he was officer in charge of upply train and fed 300,000 men. For over two and a half years in charge of various camps in Prance. Awarded the Mons Star for the Battle of Mods in 1914 Capt Allen will bo present at tho War Conference at Mt. Vernon, August 6th. IN NAVY LESS THAN ONE YEAR, YOUNG PURDOM IS INSTRUCTOR IN AVIATION For rapid rise, it is doubtful whether any Atlanta boy in the navy ;has made a more remarkable record than Omar V. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Purdon, of 437 Crew street. When tho Commercial High school session closed in Tune, 1917J young Purdom still had one year to attend before graduation. But the country was at wnr and the young man argued successfully to his father that tho navy would bo just a continuation of his education. On August 36, Omar reached his eighteenth birthday. On August 27 ho was 8 worn into the navy and the following day was sent to Newport, R,. I. Three weeks later he qualified for a chanco to take tho navy's and was assigned to Harvard university, where he studied last winter. After completing his course at Harvard the industrious young Atlantian, who had meanwhile applied for entrance to tho aviation section of tho navy, was assigned to a training school at Miami.Fla., whore bo continued his energetic studies. On Juno 6 of this year, still under nineteen years of age and less than a year in tho navy Purdom was sent to the State university at Seattle, Wash., whore he is an instructor in aviation. Some record, what? Pur-doradio-cours- W. M. Dowel), $5.00; Miss Mao mall matUr. u ttcond-clM- i PEBSONAL Will Thompson 1ms returned frein Lexington. Kussol Proctor is here from Winchester today. Joo McKonzio and fumily have moved bade to Mt. Vernon. Mr. Kuto O'Maru is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Mara. Miss Fan snatks is visiting Miss Jean Penny in Stanford. Mrf. 14. J.Uetliurum will return to her home in Somerset, today. Judge Cam Mullins was in Lexington Tuesday on business. Hughes & McCarty, Stanford, Ky., Tom O'Mara was called to Indi- (Aug2-2fSaturday by the death of or see C. D. Sutton, Mt.Vernon. ana last his sister. A big Camp Meeting began at Mrs. May Coon, of Sellersburtr, Conway, Monday, and will cou six-room Braunaman,'"$4.oo ; G, R. $5.00; Elisha Renner, of Cedarville, $soo. Caleb Mullins, wbo was called for special service to report here last Weduesdny, was released by order of Major General Rhodes, because of the dependency of his mother, who is sorely afflicted with a terrible growth on the side of her face. For Salr oil Rent The Dr. W. D. Las well property, located in Asher's Addition to the town of Mt. Vernon, Kv. Nice cottage, barn, etc Two extra nice building lots go with this prop orty. For full particulars, write o, The Ljve Stock committee and collected anywhere in tho world. No the County Agent have a very ohnrgesunleaawecollcct. Reference: Fanner National Bank. Write us. proposition to talk Nav'j important Collection Agency, Somerset, Ky. over with those interested in a,"J Office: Room 7 Masonic Bldjj. sheep, on next Tuesday -August We should 6th. like very much to have every sheep flraiser und man wbo has land suitable for grazing sheep, in tho County, present. If other Americans were like tho follow who could sow some wheat this fall and does not, wo would loso this war and our boys PnioKS in EFfFkCT UntH would be sacriiiced. Every man AUG, 10th who has any land should put some of it in wheat. D S Meat 20c lb and some Many merchants good towns are entirely out of Smoked Meat 23c lb sugar, but I am pleading tho ' lb cause of the merchants in Rock- Coffee PILGRIM, Best cheap Coffee sold. castle and we shall get our part of the small supply that is availaMeal2Sib.ck ble. Moro than 5,000,000 Jbs. of sugar was sunk by submarines Jewell Lard 25c lb ulong the Atlantic Coast. Sugar gallon 75c will be scarcer in August than Karo Syrup it has yet been, but the Govern81c lb Brown Sugar ment is striving to supply sugar for putting up fruit. Sugar Meal i8.Pkg. 10c bought lor putting up fruit should be made to go just as far as is possible. The case iof auy Pure Compound, by cant J J J0 one using sugar unfairly will be turned over to tho federal author- Cream, raj,,cm 5c ities. When I am not in town, certificates to buy sugar for putCASH AND SAVE ting up fruit can be gotten from PAY afternoon- Don't Gambe On Quality This Diiiio'S 12k CASH GROCERY STORE Season If there ever was a time when a man should make every dollar bring a hundred cents, that time is now $1.20 Oat PureLardMkecan$J4.; It is the time to pay a little more the long and get the quality the better'work- wearing fabrics manship that you find in R T, . StUFFIEIU CLOTH ES pleased. MARX ) C. C. Davis. THE DIFFERENCE ld.., muir G. Lovell. 82 . baby The fourteen months-olof Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Thotua son died at Winchester, Wednes day. The little one had been sick for several weeks, and about a month ago they brought it taoro from their home at Lennut, thinking the change would prove beneficial. After coming here the baby improved rapidly and a little over a wqek ago, they returned to Lennut, where Mr. Early this Thomason is working. week the parents realized that their baby was rapidly growing worse and Wednesday agaiu started for Mt. Vernon. They reached Winchester only a few minutes before the little fellow expired. Iu the meantime Mrs. Thomason's father, Luther Manus had heard of the sorious illness of the baby, and he with Dr. A. " G. Lovell driven by W. A. McKenzle left for Winchester but the baby had been dead sometime when they arrived. The remains were hrmight hof "d hnripH nt thp K MuretrTrear-WrlcrnThomason grave yard yesterday. Mrs. Mellon Wight and daughLebanon. Ky., July 25. The ters, Misses Uleanor and Elizaboth Wight, have returned to their marriage of Miss Kathleen Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs home in Chattanooga. Kelly, to Dandridgo H. Miss Louise McCoy received a Lyon, of Louisville, was solemncablegram from her brother, ized at the Methodist church this Lieut. Milton M. McCoy, stating afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. The he had arrived safely in England. ceremony was" performed by the Ueuand Mrs. H. T. Young and Rev. A. P. Lyon, father of the Mrs. Cleo Brown, motored to Som- groom, assisted by the Rev. G. erset, Mouday, returning Tues- W. Hummel, and took place in day. Mrs. Mary Williams came the presence of quite a number of back wiih them. friends. Mrs. William Weber, Mrs. S.D. Mrs. J. M. Huber was the mat Lewis, Mrs. Wight, Miss Eliza ron of honor and little Miss beth Wight and Miss Fan Sparks Frances Phillips, a niece of the wotoicd to Stanford, Friday, to groom, the ilower girl. Misses apeud the day with Mrs. Clarence Frances Crenshaw and Margaret Tate. Rains were the Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hossong J. M. Huber was the groom's and daughters, Misses .Mary and best man and the ushers were Francos motored from Indian- George Everett Lyon, of Louis, apolis Sunday and are guests of ville, and fames Durham, of this Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Johnson on city. A color scheme of pink and white was used in the decor Nuwcomb Avenue. this ations at both church and homo. Mrs. Minnie Merrick, of Following the ceremony a place; Mr. aud Mrs. It. E. for the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. Will and Owens, of Burr, and Mrs. N. 0. a few intimate friends was held Collins, of Paris, tiro lu Plnevlllo at the Kelly home on South with George Frederick, Jr., who Proctor Knott avenue, and later Is very seriously 111 and not ex- In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Lyon loft for a short bridal trip. pected to live. Mr. Lyon until recently was , LOCAL principal of the high school at . of Lon- Mt. Vernon. However, he Rev. J. F. S. Lahman, In the Y. M. C. A. service don, will begin a weeks meeting at Medical Springs School House a few months ago; and is at presThursday August ,8th. Services ent stationed at Camp Zpcbary will begin at 8 p. in. and all are Taylor. Ho expects to leave at ah early date (or overseas service. iuvitod. ribbon-bearers. Judge B. J. Bethurum spent with his brother, the week-enL. V. liethuruin. Miss Jean Penny and Herbert Spencer were the guests of Miss Fan Sparks, Friday. Mr. Rider visited his brother, J. W. Rider; on his way to France in the Y.M.C.A. work. Mrs. Belle Parks, of Missouri, 13 here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. T. Crawford. Miss Sadie Richards spent the weekend with her parents, Mi. and Mrs. W.1L. HichurdB. Mrs. Matthew Finzell was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Dolan, at Pine Hillr during the week. Mrs. J. F. Grlftiin and Jaughter, Miss Lillian, will leave thisafier noon to isit relatives near Crab Orchard. John and Charles Beaty wore here from Science Hill a few hours yesterday shaking hands with friends. V. J. Sparks spent the week in Russellville, where the W. J. Sparks Co. will erect a new crushing" plant. Dc John Williams, Mrs. Williams aud Mr. and Mrs. Hintou, of Paris, spent Sunday with Mrs. L. W. Bethurum. Mrs. Henry Catron and Master Jack Cutrou of Lincoln county are with her mother, Mrs. Satah d 'Bu'j&aV" imim: E. L. Sanford, evangelist, and wife, of Lexington, Mrs. J. H. Burk, of Richmond, owner ot Rev. the big tent in which the meetings are held, Rev. F. H. Laraby, a professor ot Asnburry college. Wllmore, Ky.. and Rev. E. O. Rice, financial secretary of College and pastor of the church at Conway, are conducting the meeting. Large crowds are attending and a cordial invitation is extended to all. Ash-burry 'Certificates held by merchants for sugar sold for putting up fruit should either be sent to me or to U. S. Food. Administration-Sug- ar Division-31- 5 Guthrie St., Louisville, Ky. Certificates will be issued to the merchant to WAR CONFERENCE. buy sugar to replace the sugar This meeting is to be held at sold on these certificates. Mt. Vernon on August 6th. It H. T. YOUNG, will be conducted by the State Rockcastle County Food Admin- Council of jDefense, and will be istrator addressed by the Hon. E T. Mt. Vernon. Ky. Franks of Owensboro, who is a famous orator, and'isonoof the linost thinkers in our Commonwealth. J. M. Feltnor, a leading Agiiculturist's, Judge B. J. Be The American Red Cross roll- thurum, Circuit Judge of this ing canteens in Italy recently district, and a number of other distributed to 7,000 Italian sol- noted Speakers. We will also diers packets containing socks, have Maj L. Gordon Sanford, a soap, chocolates handkerchiefs, British Officor from tho battle writing material and Ismail mir- front, of whom mention is made rors and combs. Such packets elsewhere in this paper. By will probably be distributed to special arrangements the teachers 40,000 more. They help to keep who will bring their schools up the spirits of the fighters and may attend without having to are taken by the individual as make up the time, and tho teachevidence of America's direct par- er bringing the largest number of ticipation in the war. pupils considering distance traV' .Numerous bowling greens have eled, number enrolled, etc., will been established by tho Ameri- be presented with a handsome can Red Cross in the tuberculo- American Flag for their school. us barracks of Paris. One of Patriotic singing will be a part of the difficult problems iu treat- tho program. Tho meeting will ment of French tuberculosis open promptly at 10 o'clock, aud patients is to get them to realizo will continue, throughout the the importance of .fresh air and day. There will also bo an evening session. recreation. Foil Sale: 8"or lo good buck The American Red Cross has couttibuted $250,000 to tho Com- lambs at 2o each. First come mission on Training Camp Activ- first served. W. J. Sl'ARKS COMPANY. ities, which furnishes recreat on By R. L. Langford, and amusement to tho men in Far-Snpt; .tkecantonanicuts. JhuHimoniTs LIVINGSTON Come here for your things to wear and we'll' see that you are MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMTLY RED CROSS lauT rm I3 L?l m IP Bs?1 1 1 k Kx' ,rABniocuj5rts THE CASH STORE "$ Summer Deliveries of Next Winter's Supplies. Take Advantage Of Summer Weather Conditions , STOCK UP NOW When transportation is easiest ami th demands on the railroads aro relatively the lightest, ami store for winter use such supplies as Fuel, Raw Materials and Reserve Stocks. Tho demands upon the railroads for transportation during the coming winter months are going to be heavy, a!idu.U-sJHjpi- ijg -- '. be CINCINNATI MARKET8. Hay and Grain. Hay No. 1 timothy 2727.50, No, 2 ?25.50Qi26.CO, No. 1 food furnished them by the War 075.50, No. 2 clover clover mixed $25 mixed $22.50p and Navy Departments through 24.50, No. 1 clover $18.50020.50. Oatu 80c, 2 the American Red Cross at Berne, ard whltoNo. white 79 Vi 3 whitestand No. 78i 79c, No. 2 mixed 7475c, No. 3 mixAmerican Switzerland. Tho ed 7374c. prisoners turn over to the prisCorn No. 2 white fl.952, No. 3 oners of other nations, not so whlto 1.90fi1.95, No. 2 yellow 11.7501 1.80, $1.701.76, No. 2 well provided for, tho rations mixed No. 3 yellowNo. 3 mixed S1.65ii 11.7001.75. furnished by tho prison camps. 1.70, white ear U.90&2, yellow ear i.7&iai.B0, mixed car xi.guoh.7U. Fou Sai,k: Two good town Butter, Egs and Poultry. lots . adjoining in Mt. Vernon. 40 Butter Whole milk creamery extras Vic, contrallzed creamery extras 45c, Good 4 room cottage, barn, every- flruts 42c. Eggs rrlme flrstg 27''4e, firsts thing liaudy. Terms easy. 3 6 Vic, ordinary firsts 33 He. Mhadows.J. T. Llvo Poultry llrollcru, Wt lb and over, 33c; under lb, 30c; fowls, 4 For Sai.k Pair of mules, har- lbs and oter, 25c; Hi under 4 lbs, 25c; do ness and wagon, one 7, other 8 roosters, 19c lb. Live Stock. years old, medium size: good Cattle Shippers $135110.25; butcher condition. Fritz Kkueukb. (tf) steers, oxtra $M.50ilG.25, good to choice U2.5O0H.25, common to fair $7.50012; bolfors; extra $11.75012.51), CURE FOR DYSENTERY. .rood to cJiolce $10.10011.50. common Kas-sa- s. to fair 17(D10; cows, extra $10011.25, "While I was in Ashland, ;ood to choice $0.7509.25, common to a gentleman overheard mo fair $6.7008.50; tanners $606.50, speaking of Chamberlain's Colic tockor and feeders $7.50011. Calves Kxtru $14.50015, fair to and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes Hood $12014.50, common and large $7 Letters from American prisoners of war show that most of them depend exclusively on the the lines of just that much hurtling later when there will be congestion and tho car space will be so Imdly needed to transport war materials, farm products and othor freight which cannot bo shipped at this time. is not only the part of wisdom to lay in your winter supplies and do your shipping now. thereby assuring prompt delivery, but it is your patriotic duty to do so, Do not hold back your freight ; arrange for all possible shipments now. It 77a!C. Auk 29-1- 0 . WA NTED BLACK WALNUT per JOO J 7 to J 8 inches, 5.00 per 100 " 19 to 20 inches, 6.00 per JOO 6.00 per 100 21 to 22 inches, 8.00 per 1 00 23 inches and up, Common $ J 8. per J ,000 OAK AND 28. per ,000 POPLAR Good 1 - 2 to 16 inches, TIMBER $4.00 Fred-oiic- WALNUT LOGS WANTED. In car load lots. For Gun Stocks for U. S. Army Rifles. All walnut purchased by this company goes directly into Government work at our mills and factory at Louisville, Ky., and New Albany, Ind. Log dealers and owners of standing timber writo us what walnut you can furnish. Address Co., Inc., 7oo First Nnt'l Bank Bldg., Lexington, Ky. July 1831. Wood-Masl- ao William Whitelaw, of Dos Moines Iowa. "He told mo In detail of what It had done for his fumily, but more especially for his daughtor who was lying at tho point of death with a violent attack of dysentry, and had beon given up by the family physician Some of his neighbors advised him to give Chamberlain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy, which he did, and fully bolievos that by doing so saved the lifo of his child. Ho stated that be had also used this remedy himself with equsl gratifying results," Hogs Selected heavy shippers $19, nd butchers zood to chulce packers lbs, $19.25, stags 19. medium, U1C 11.25, (jinmon to choke heavy fat llglit shippers $19.25, lows $1304-1.75- , olgs, 110 lbs and less, $15019. 1C0-1S- 11. TRADE Joan of Aro was the only woman on earth able to resist a bargain advertisementand she's dead. If you've got a bargain in some thing, advertise it to the worn n folks in this paper. MORAL bo-- 1 DKLIVKUKD ON YAlU) WILL BUY ASH OR HICKORY KY. L. V. Some. Bono mn talk In their sleep cause that U Uut oaly chaac th Phorifc 84 MURRELL VERNON, WIT. iL fC&ttt&tftMJlVfr M&ti!lttm ftMfi mJViitV, "51 IWTMa. 2SK2S2EXJ R GERMANS MASS HUOE ARMY TO CHECK ALLIES Violent Fighling . jj , CONFLICT WITH FINNS PENDING Entente Forces Arc Preparing to Meet the Enemy In tho Murmansk Region. a) Who is Most Benefitted! The Money You Earn?g You Are Others Are If you save it If you spend it St!!'.! . !- !tt!ttI I!t!ttI M4.tiiitMM.MM!:li!!!!!!,!!!!!,!,! t!!!!I!t 1 t M ' Food will Win the O 1 1 Is In Progress Along the Whole Aisnc- - DON'T WASTE IT n RAISE IT ' GERMAN Marne Front. USE 71 DIVISIONS TROOPS IN MOSCOW Be a Producer As Well as Consumer HUNS Czecho-8lova- k Be true to yourself and deposit a small amount regularly with TheBankofMt.Vernons 3 per cent Interest Paid on Savings 1 ! I m H Wrest Clerge Hanvy Counter-Attackand Beugneux From Americans, but Allies Make Some Gains Between Ourclc and Vesle. s Forces Have Penetrat- ed to the Black Sea and Seized Two Russian Cruisers In Harbor of Noorostok. 1LUSE LIVE STOCK nnd POULTRY ami GUAIN ami VEGETABLES MAKB AIONKY AND DEPOSIT WITH &HKTC$SSraK4 OrrnuiiH ory ln'iiv-lltitnlly the fill re Imtllo nlonu' front. luwnlluj: to now tlmt lo.uli-u- l iitlni'k was nti l.niulon. Tlu-Ilu'i'lnlly luiy iilii' In tho Atiirrli'iin In ilrhlnc N'i'tiir iinil IIIuki of nut of tho CIitci'S iilmtit live nmt nno linlf mile Miiitlii'iisi of Another Ccrninn tlirnit drove tlu Ahum trims limk from Iti'iijint'tiv, mir firnntl llozoy, northwest of London, linvi' liwn SI. The cnuntcr-ntliickliiy I r July London, July 3!. A tonlllct between entente forces In the Mtiiuinusk region nnd combined I'lnuMi and Oer man troops Is Imminent near Knares Jecn, according to passengers on til first steamer to aiitve at Vuriloe, No way, from Archaiigd since t lio uutuiii of 1017, Kii)s a Chrlstluulr. ilNpiittb tt the Dally Impress. The Gel mans nro n polled to hi moving townnl IYteln n,'ii on the eon from Lnnresjeiii and are Rpaiiing road built Hiiinu joins ago bj tin gowTlililfUts. It Is In Uusso-rimils- PEOPLES BANK - I m lit f Atonoy in tlio pocket burns, 4 Pat it S A VIC A PAUT OF ALL you earn. in tho Peoples Hunk. 4 Ojicn up a cheeking account with us, 4 Your cancelled checks returned will hIioxv whore your money litis gone, and thoy will spur you on to save for tho bettor things of life. ' ... I.- WE PAY 1 Hex oil 'trading that entente folios aio ion a ro.nl from I'etchengn xxnj ! ......, - INTEREST ON SAVING ACCOUNTS PEOPLES BANK a MTVERNON, KV. M. Saltljaerxl to meet tho foe half dlsp-itcl- to naaaaaaste)asaiaa)aaacos)aBS)ti0atat)rs) W . ii:.n:ii:.ii:nii:n:!.:i aa4. la. ...... ....:::iii:::!i::.iii::::i:::i:::iii::st s? 431 I Ml, . nHjaiixzix3:sxzsKA M m A H ITAIvlJ Heavy Fighting Near Buzancy. 1ms been liemy flKlitlnK 'iir ltiwimcy, Hvi miles houtli of SuImsoii. mill nlo In I'lessler WimhI. nboiit liilli-ftirtlior south. In this hitter iri prlsonors woro tnkin hi'lnn-In- s to thri-- i ilUUhms of the onoiny now enpiRtMl In tin Mnrnu salloiit. Thoro nro "I srnih ilMrlons. of hlth loll holonc to tl o northern nrniy of uf Crown I'rlnci! ltuiiiri'tht Then s le Hii-M- il In. ! - WARE Argument M X in favor of thw store is the fact that the most skillful niechaines always conie here for theirs. You don't have to be tola the reason. You can easily figure it out yourself. COME AND SEK. 8 & c. c. Mt. Vernon. Kv. cox S U m Opoosite Court House HS5Z2XEZ2XS02X: IXEZZXIIESa -- r'7. vustme MS,jZ&rvr .KSHftWKCH: ui nAV'iAUf wr K ' . JXMB I1J ovin v x xvx Until you've tried finishing your floors wi$i Hasina's Lustra - Finish you do not know what an easy matte it is, and how inexpensive. No matter how worn and scarred your covers up' all the defects floors may be, Lustro-Finis- h and gives a floor the bright, lustrous finish of hard wood. Also the perfect finish for woodwork,tturniture, and every interior wood surface. Comes in nearly a dozen popular wood colors. Bold By; " T. H. NOB J 1 : L"L'S." Lend Him ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. AHandy Y2iJJrTtjBA Buy For For UBmJY BQKOS . SAPOLIO PATRIOTISM ECONOMY speak loudW; iji&rjr Actions -wordsAct Pont Talk 4fjiftW i DR. WALTER ;t3p!)rpit5rPrpKrpC L. W. .. lins hoen In iirtiKri'stt iilntiK the hsittlo front from to lhminey, tt 1ms to nihlees rocoluil. restilteil. vii fur, hnwow-r- . In very lit-- .i - iiiiii-n- . in.rt III' prort'N' l"i miSome Gains by the Alliee. Some uihiiiice hns been vffeoteil hy tlu allies In tho Artlre valley, nlmn: the enstern stile of the front, townnl A eertnln the IHiiKf of Anlillly. iiiiuiuiit of Kruiind likewise hns Jioen nilneil ntnr the center of the nelgli- i'oiIumiiI of The iimlii mh.'iiicv on the wosterlv lilt' of the front seems to have hot n t Cirninl Ro7iy, nhi lit lle miles north- The est of 'lenih here lire iiroKressliiK nnrtli onto of the lilutonu hetweon tho he ."esle nnil the Ourfq. The enemy's wlthilrnwnl Is reiort- il MI'l oulerly, nnd military opinion n London discounts tho possibility of ny rounding up of Gcriimns in tho illent. French Capture Remlgny. f mllec Keinluny, only one mid supply center nt "rojn the iSoriiinn "tlle-iTniileiiols, hns been ruptured v the Krun h, iicfonllin: to news from bnttlelleld. (ItemlKiiy he on th" northern side of the rimd, on the euKtorn lliiul; f the snllelit.) The ftfiiiiiiiis nro innKInc tho most suiithfiist of Cler- ittilihorn roml. os. on the JinilKoniH-risiiiThe lio:ilest rUhtlni: tlen loped Inn the western and southern shies if the The licriiiiiiis. It wns said, are now able to retire at their own time. The serious obstacles besetting tho nlllt" now are the numerous German inn thine trim detachments. tlhlslons drawn from Prince Itupprecht's Gerinan miuy lme now been twice etiRnsed. Huns to Mrke Stand. Paris, July 31. The tlercenoss of the Gorman leslstniice. It Is bollexed hero, Is n slpi tho Gorman retreat hns readied Its limit and Hi.' enemy will make a stand with his lUht wliiK on tho plateau smith of tl e ('rise mid his left on the hill south of tho Ardro. Tor the tlefetis of this line. It is held, the (ioniums will devote nil of Gen. IIooIiii'h army and tho reserve Min 1'ill'PO from illi til,.iin Itunnrecht of Unvnrla. Hun May Be Driven to Alcne. July .tl. Increasing Washington. prossuru by allied forces on the retreating German rear guard in the nallent was expected It; military tilllclals here to Indicate soon tile lino upon which the enemy will With the elect to make his stand. Ourcq river left behind, neenrillir.' to reports, the next lino upon which the Gumnn high command can build a defense Is bollouil to be that of tin Vesle r!or. In tho opinion of tnany howevor, the allied ndiince will con tlnue ho) ond the Vesle mid doti'milnei1 German resistance will not bo encountered until tho Alsne Is reached. Danger of think attacks fi'.uu tin Frnnoo-IlrltM- i troops about Idlinr an counted ns making the Vesle lino un tenable oven should tint (iermi'ii with draw al he halted lit Unit point. Th latest olllclal advices Indicate tin tho illlleil troops are pushing on lg oiousl) nnd though the progress u General Koth's troops has been slowei now n It lias In unwise been checkei' Hitter lighting In the center or l'i lino va" taken to mean that Geneui Fncli may hnvo tleclded to drive i wedxo In tho cclitir of the piiemy'i retrfiitln linos. .Such n wetlgo. If sue cossfully ciented, would seriously in danger the Gtruiaii positions west i.. Fcre-KFighting of n s. Tardenols. eiu uatliio south of Solssons was hi lloved to Indicate the possible begin nine of ii new pi nee r movement oi that sector. Very lienvy llhllni: .i Tho n I lies' forces In tho .Muriaaus' region whlth are refernsl to In the i foregoing Include a number of Americans. German Troops In Moscow. U'nshlngton. July ."tl. Contllctlng rts ports rcgnrdlug the presence of Gorman troops In Moseow have reached the state department. From one source conies Information that Nikolai Lenin, tho boKliexlk premier, has ad mltted that Uie Germans are sending troops to guard the Gorman embassy, xxhllo reports from another source deny this. Department otlUials nre .satisfied, however, that a certain number of Gorman guards are In .'nscov. Unconfirmed reports reached the i ..... .' Semi-Annual One Policy of "THE HOME OF NEW YORK" recommends another "The Largest Fire Insurance Company in America" THE HOME - Homo Office: No. 56 Cedar Street sKf NEW YORK Statement $,4,048,G51.58 G.OOO.OOO.OO ELBRIDGE G. SNOW, President RESOURCES- INVESTED Bf AMERICAN- SECURITIES One Hundred and Twcnty-Nint- h - ..- ime-hnl- s es llo Jim inovetl tils hendiiuarters from Vologda to Arihnngcl. No direct xxonl has been received from Mr. Francis, and tho state department hns cabled him regarding the report. s Reach Black Sea. Washington, July III. troops hnxo penetrated to the Illack son In southeastern Itussln mid have seized two Ilusslnn cruisers In tho harbor of Noxorostok, accoidlug to authoritative advices reaching hero. This word Is tho first Indicating tho s presence of the bo fur south In Itussln. The opinion was held nt headquarters of tho national council that the operations xv ere those of delinked Czech hands who wens feeling their vvny south-xxnrIn un attempt to get to Franco. Much Importance was attached to the dispatch, as tho iossblllty xns Indicated that the flghteis might Join tho liusshius battling tho Tuiks in transcaucuIn nnd foim a union with the lirttMi forces In Mesopotamia. A objective Hussion campaign with-till- s was raphllj nenrlng suciess vhcn the ' Itusslnn fiillapse tame. Advices stnto that the guns of the cruiser weie turned on the bolshevik garrison at Nox'orostok. Another ills pntch reported the seizure of an armed sti niner In the Volga river between IEjbimskeln nnd Avtrnchnul by the The fall of Vlnrkn. nn Important lunctlon point on the Siberian rnlluny. before the ailxanclng Cecho-SloxakIs hellovfd Imminent. s uppnrontlj an The pressing boats Into service to carrj ' upplles up tho Volga river townnl Vhirku frfom tho western base of tie forces at Kirnn. It Is declared Ilia' the plan of the CV.eelu In tills region I o leiicli tlie Murman const. 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