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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1913 NUMBER 14 LIVINGSTON, S. E. Hellard, W. M. Hicks, T, M. Dees and others went to. - dence of the bride's sister, Mrs. W. P. Buchanans tit Sbi iford. Maytheirpleasuresij-)injltVp'ied- . imoi)ni:,u). O0IHO2AFT All Wool Clothes -- LOTHCRAFT linings are not only strong, durable and well cut, but each one is carefully selected to match har moniously the particular cloth with which it is used. " Tjie' Buttons too, you witt" observe closely . correspond in shade ' and pattern with the fabrick. enough Important theinsoU't. these are situ- -' ily Jwo of the many instances of the caro and taste given to every detail in the production of Clothcraft Clothe. Clothoraft Clothe in so apparent lasting shape, satisfactory wear awl service. readily all-woo- l, found This guarantee, in the inside pocket of cvet'y Crotheraft coat, is your surcjLy ' ' bond that giro you all the little niceties if style and finish that ewv lothio. man likes in assured . his Clothcraft Clothes at $10 to $25 are' iwijly fiQod clot lies of dependable quality. Besides, you are by tho ' Lot us "show you some of tho remarkable- Clothcraft - .absolutely Clothcraft of guarantee ttho important things not values at $15, 18'. and $20. What Do You Say ? 3 5' You have seen No. 41 30 advertised ask us lo show you the Suit its Jf. 53 E SUTTON & MCBEE The Clothcraft Store -- . i Migs Tempest Ward is with . Mr. und Mrs. 'inoniis n.r, of i r.n,nn j r B,.t, Louisville, have been isitilg his tWs weeic.p. Jacksoucounty, Friday night and Ashelton and organized a- Jr. O. W. A. M. siHwr.iars. u. w. IUIU.JU, uuiu.3 littlo daughter Jennie Beatrice G. W. Mttr.m spenfc tho pagt week( tho guests Lodge. The depot here is being the holidays.--Mr- s. to a, new roDf W, H. and littlo daughter, has been v.S- - of Mr ana Mrg A E AlbriKht. treated Muhaifey bas returned from a iting in Louisville. Danvillo andtMlgs 0roCe Brady ostahfoKt other points for tho past week- .-l VJJS thellono-rcvisit to relatives at Richmond. Rest of Mrs J At the Annual election of Jack- Mr. John Mullins and Miss Clyde j J. Albright the latter part of last son Lodpo No. 781, V. & A.M., Lair, wore united' in tho holy week Edd Owens left last week Eo Dor DasE'omers and on last Friday night the 27th, the bonds of matrimoify Dec. 26th. for Paris where he has a position v a! good position following officers were elected to Mr. Mullins holds MlssEthel Hayes of Livings serve the enduing year: Mahlen with the L & N. R, R. Co. and is ton bas. been visiting Miss MW. H, Cotton-gim- , a nice young man, dnd the bride iranda Tate for the past week. Summers, W ; J, H Browning, J.W ; is the beautiful and accomplished Miss' Mattie.Anderson of Paris, S. W. E. Gray. Sec; VV. H. Oliver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. has returned, homo after visiting Treas., and G. W. Arnold, Tyler Lair. They will go o housekeep- relatives for tho last few days. A public installation of the officers ing "in the Sambrbok property Mrs. Jake Elder is visiting relayear.-19,1January lltli and a supper on May their pathwaf be full of tives' in Eu banks this week. George, Painter, of Mrs. Walter Miller and chidren same date. Miss Georgia Amyx, pleasuro. who has been attending school at Brodhead, has been visiclng his have returned to their home at Mt. Vernon, is with home folks daughter, Mrs. C. E. Rice, for the Lebanon Junction after spending during the holidays. Prom what past few days. Fritz.Kreuger, of Xmas with home folks. -- Uncle wo can gather from tho papers it lt. Vernon, was hero Sunday, Duck Woodyardnnd J. T. Cherry Bill Niceley, of Berea, has been were 'up from Crab seems that Gov. Jamos Ii. Orchard Ho will Tuesdjiy.-Re- v. will be a candidate for hero for a fow days. J.A Sawyers of senator against Gov. J. C. W move his family here about the Whitby City, is spending a few Ucckham again. The democrats 10th of January and, take charge dayswith Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Alin this neck of the woods has this, of the hotel and restaurant bright. Jake Elder has been very to say: The party has elected him Neal Parrett, of Mt. Vernon, was sick'for the last few days. Mrs. , to every office that ha has asked here Sunday, visiting his Ellen Mahaffey of Crab Orchard, Miss is the guest of Mrs. Mr. A. Pennington, for and now holds the highest ofLou Storm. fice in the state and our under- Lyda Cook attended the Mullins-LaiMrs.'Lida .WHyland, tho music wedding near Mt Vernon, teacher spent tlie holidays with standing is that when Beckham J. Rice home folks at Berea, J. N. Mar-lowas a candidate for U, S. Senator Thursday, the 20thf-had the governor to was in Mt, Vernon, Monday. before ho Tfras up from Tunnell Hill, fight and thereby both lost. Now, Mrs. Emma Joue is visitiug her and spent Xmas with homefolks. while we think lots of the gover- diughter, Mrs. F.Dislion, at Miss Grace McCall Is visiting this1 week. Prank and her sister, Mrs. J. J. Albright. nor, yet Beckham'is the man this I: time, and we say hands oir gov- Harry Orndoff, of Louisville, are The Littlo Misses Ira Harmon of ernor. You have held office all visiting their mother. Mrs. Om- - Beechgrove and Catherine Hamilyour life and this time the demo doff, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. ton of Mackville, are the guests crats will support Mr Beckham. F. Neighbors, were in Danville, of Mifs Hazel Albright this week So wo wilt say to all democrats, Saturday. J. H. Wa to i was Wallace Haggard has resigned let's do our duty, and to do this called to Barbourville, Saturday, as Assistant Cashier of Citizens wljl be to stand together and elect on accountof the serious illness of Dank, this place, and has ftcceptt J. C, W. Beckham tho next U. S his brother. 'Mr. and Mrs J P. ed a like posjMon YtU tho Com. When E. Drummond1; and J. H. Clark nierciftl Senator from Kentucky. NntinnuJ Bank, of Covin j 4 we do this then wo have donrvnir have returned .f.nn Kuoxvillp. ton.. WftHaco.ls wed propared to duty aud not untiUhou.-.HT- Qo ,Mrn. AnuieiilnaniUhliaiUQl ,laTtj(MrpffStitjn QMrArelmrl0 Honrio Hlggs, daughter of Mr. fans, wno uas uuc-i-i viamua an tcr, oyeti'in aoitw llku'Crtvttigfou. W. N.lRlggs, is vory.foobleaUhis and MrsVJT 33. Haytfo u Ho Is a worthy young' man and writing. We belioye we have had home, John Cool' roll, of we prodlota successful future for one of the quietest Christmas' Paris, spent the holidays with his him. Ho left New Years mornL. H. ing accompanied that we have had for years. We uncle, E. L Coclteroll by Cashier A. have not seen a drunken man the Davis has returnnd irom Berea M. Hiatt. A Stock Company will certainly whole time, altho thero was lots with a supply of rabbits Miss has been organized here ltb,own to of booso but everybody kept quiet Carry Graves, of Paris, is visiting as the Brodhead Spoko Co., with largest come to see Mr. and wo have had a regular love relatives here this week. Oweii V. Jarrott as Mannrjor. of wonderful feast this time. Tho wild animal and Mrs. J. T. Omary are visit The purpose is to manufacture the ever that infested the Sand Hill region ing relatives at otamora, mis all kiijds of vehicle wheel mu Rockcastle see has not been seen for some time. werk. Earl Rice, who is attend- rial. They are.using black an if will if Guess it has gone into winter ing school at Williamsburg is wite oak and hickory timbjer. nuarjers. J. W. Owens, who has with home folks this week. Miss Those having timber, o this, kipd while yourself US some nine con- Cleo Pennington, who is attending tq sellSyquld, do, neon yery fow tft" c(U on Ve glad are see tinuos v'31'y feeblp- Q. P- - Cook school at Mt. Vernon, spent the prices- The pant is will move into bin now house in a holidays Wtj) footnefolKs. Mis il'veady in operation, tho parties He has one of the Annio M.nn.d wee waiion. wiw fow days. lmvin? ftttftched their maohlnoiy prettiest houses in town. On last aro attending sohool at Barbour- to th J. W. Tate saw mill. still larger for are Thursday night the Dramatic ville, were horo during tho holi- Georgo Newcomb who left here it" so.' Egbert Cottongim is somoiifteou Club of Brodhead produced the days. expect yeirs ago for New in pjay, "The Last Rose of Summer" working in the restaurant this Orleans, Louisiana, t returned. bones fish here. There was a large crowd week. Mrs. Oscar Argenbright Wednesday to spend a few days poles. poles in. present but the funny part was is visiting relatives in Corbin this with relatives and shall friends in o s fjer the play. WJJJ Yaden and week. Mr., and Mrs., R. J. Brodhead. He is ernnlpyod by you are impossible are in Paris, Tenn., on ac- the Texas & Paejhn ftrack Durham fpok two of tjio R. Co, ft. ! roses' and ed" across? (l)p Tenu. count of the Jljnqss of Mr an( is makng gqod n his sonth-ff- l jine and wore made man find, yifo. r lotief, Tho o,ld spying that hQjme. W, M. Hjcks. is very '.'It never, rains, bu.t it powvs" was HOW'S NOW be says that tqday fully qemrmstrfttpd last Thursday the 7We are selling goods We offer Que Hundred Dollars. Dec. 81, blights all his nifttrjmon-fo- l ".'eM When M.is L.ena Rivers He was n hopes tfjat Reward, fpr 8FV C'16 of Uat'rrh and legitimate Jjopos. Albright, Mb WilHo Yadon, good woman during leap tjiat pannpfc hp PHrefl by Hull's ftoine Miss E,va, Ma Albrigilt and be satisfied everyone alike. re. year wOuId propose Jo him but he Catarrl BraQK, OurhftW, boa.raed tho P- J. CifiY $ CO,, says all hopes las vsDishPd wl ?o store. every purchase 'PoImHo. fl. ' m at kmngston, whoro they. guesses ho Will still have to emoy liaO. gono with tho Brodhoad Dra- - appreciate reWe, the u.ndar.s.ign.ed,, hfivo tho blessedness of single life the matlo Club, and wont to Jellico, you spend rest of his days . Ho Bald that' he known P, J, Olet(oy for. the lust Tonn.. whore thoy were married ceived is satisfied that he would have got 15 yetrs, anbo(oyo him perfectly at 8:00 o'clock a m. the next s parried years ago, if it had not honorahlo (n f buintiis morning. It was a great suraud financially able to tliafc be9'0ttlng fault, fc4ff Goods. prise to most of their many If Now, wo believe carry out any obligations made bashfuln&Sd. menus, mm we rather think it that some good 0nqn should by bis firm,. was a surprise t,o, tte contracting Groceries, NATIONAL BANK QF ' staft a correspondence with Mapfe, else Merchandise ' p(artes 'tffl, ftii yerstarid Fence, or Toledo, 0 and then the and lead "the lliat lio ftrrangmiG.n.ts. iias bee taU-of ? we game Is won. Mrs. R. B Sams Hall's Catarrh )u,re. js. marto ,ntjl a short timo before of Paris, were here internally, acting dhocliy upon the and children, v. the train arrived. Theso. young between trains Saturday. Fred blood and raucoiifi surfaces of life poople, nrp vev.7 popular, and havo and Miss Ida Mao Meriuiee, of system. Testimophla aent be. a host of admiring friends, who Paris, have returned home after a Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold wish them all the pleasures that few days' visit with their Grand by all druggists. life affords. Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Take Hall's Family pills for Ma, Mrs. Geo Pope. Mrs. G. W. Ilo'vo and children, of Richmond. Gentry, of Clairmoro, Oklahoma, constjpatfon. wai'fi i'lilMny Mp arid, mvs. r. ais spendidg a few days with her Another supply of fjne (opl N Wland ast W$K. daughter, Mrs. T. J. Ponnjngton. spsLtacle lixtures just arrived Mrs. Sue Mullinshas pnrchafled Give satisfaction and hapujnn'iii p years-experiencOne of our subscribers writing a new piano and means to pass wife, ngsoanu, brotljt-r-, sNter, Irom Ft. Worth, says bo doesn't tho rest of her days in pleasuro. or father by presenting a pair p( beuovethe yarns toid on old emu The contractors to bujjd the now these splendid glasses, fitted with ''that he was too stingy to drinit coal bins at this place aro here BablQ temples at S. 'C. Franklins from his bottle while In the moonand at work, and wittiin sixty new shop, 3. light for fear his shadow would days they will have them ready The old.' rascal There is only on thing that la ask for a nip" and from all account they will doesn't deny tho charge and, says be second besc to none, Eugene harder than shnvln' the baok of Orudoff, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who your own neck, and that is to dis bo sirdply steps into shade of a is an engineer at that place, is vis engage a sheet of sticky fly payer tree before pulling the cork. Iting homefolks this weak, Mr. from the bosom .of your trousers, Bernard Hagun. of this place, and OV Cull says his quarrel with Unless you can tell it, there Miss Rosella Hall, of Rowland, reallviis no advantage in knowing work crew out of the iact that it ' were married Dec. 28, at thejresl a secret. interfered with his smoking. - ,! d Greetings Friends: '4i m W.-M.- ; -- Me-Crear- y father-in-law- r O. May-woo- d, 'First I want to thank your heartily for the many favors extended to me during the past brought us the largest business in our history, extending over 25 years of merchandising in Rockcastle county. I am not unmindful of the loyal support oi my friends, and 'customers and I. wish for you all during 1913, Health, Peace and Prosperity, If there is anything else good that can come to people" wish you'l4;.!' them, also, 2 ' . 4 I -- Oar Stock is Larger than Ever, nr - more completeihanTe.verqualitiesatebettet & f :l.u.. PRICES ARE LOWER. It -- pr - - tlm - wake up 'and pay you Mt, Vernon and the stock, Bargains array most shown in county. Come and us, Buvt you vou won't buv. stav anyway and make with a at always home We to you. We out J9J3. We a to make business K I am 1 r Lem-ond- Lem-qnd- the man who can put in In other words I the tad things that not promise me to perform, in way. old-fashioned or V s for i down-hearte- "thIT square treat We mean to - with You must made at my We your business. You get value when your money with me. trons-action- F COM-MKRC- y n Clothing, Hats, Shoes. its Dry Hardware, Furniture, Queensware, anything in you can have it. think - This year, in this space, we shall quote you, each week, the most Wonderful Bargains that spot cash and 25 iri Duving can procure e -- -' -- . '! 4 (N ., WMM t 3, 1913 $I.OO hAjT :an -- , t m,n".MiiiiiiMi toiii)itAMiniw.wgl'''Jtf;"' tittixnffihWgiVBdiragjffwaivurfitjfihi - ? MT. ;VEPQN SIGNAL FuioaY, Jau. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCKIPTION ONK YRAR tho State lias , been divi'Icd into three divisions, in earh of wliich premiums will l)e awarded. The first division comprises Lewis, Rowan, Menifee, Powell, r.still. Jackson, Rockcastle, Laurel, Whitley and all counties lying to the euit. OESISIN 1912 Complete Record From January to December. --- - . Thk members ol tho various bovs corn clubs throughout the state have shown what can be done HISTORY DAY BY DAY. is suppleon when determination Advertising rates made known mented by energy. They have application shown that the soil is rioh and its Notable Occurrences Throughout cultivation profitable. Thy have the World. generous rivalry. They have set mkmbrr or the pice for the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION prizes of next year. They hae NAMES ON THE DEATH ROLL showj that there is money ir tl e soil, money in corn, money in tie and Turkish farm, and health and vigor and Tho Turkish-Italia- n Balkan Wars Items of Mlscolla-tieiistrong yountr innnlmod ns well.' liitrrests, Accidents Fires, Tilts country i looi.ii'o to fttl Wicckb Auud Floods Games aud Chronological Review. Ituces crowded even when it gets two JANUARY. at one- -. In 1911 the county heird nyreat L Political: Dr. Sun Vat Sen took the a woman 80 cirsoid deal about oath us provisional president ot China LHTS ALL BKK BOOSTERS at Nanking. Who was Teaming to read and write Kohlemalnen of Finland 2. Sporting: won Marathon and championship of in the moonlight schools of Rowan the world at Edinburgh; time, 2 hours county. This record was eclipsed Let the year 1913 be distin32 minutes 6CH seconds. Barney Rellly broke the record of the Stoughton 111 1912 a itowau county guish!, d by our individual and col dv sllilu (ski) at Milwaukee with a 137 foot Jump school bov 87 yeirs of age, who is lective activities and Obituary: Alfred Tennyson Dickens, son Lets make it the bannet proud and pleased to line up at of the novelist. In New York; aged 67. Personal: Cavallerl. the opera with other year and watch closely and see if 3. vorced from R, W. Chanler. star, dithe night school Go and it won't be a banner Obltuarv: Hear Admiral Robley D. Hv- abcdarians of 30, 40 5c year in our ans. U. S. N., retired, in wasmngton: There is no lack ol own cash box, as well us our 70 ears. aged W. some instances the neighbors. Lots try serving out i. Obituary: Capt. J. C Jorgcnson, life' pupils, and Inventor, in Washington: aged 0. night schools have had a larger couniry and see if our coui.lry will i. Fire: In tho business section of Co m lumbia, a. ts.; loss oooui enrollment than the day schools serve us. It has been wisely sair Storm: A biizznra ragea in tne .missis;. slppl valley from Kansas to tho lakes; These schools had their origin in "serve our nation, sta'e and local 11 persons fiozen to death. Rowan county and have spread to associations and they will rightlj S. Political, New Mexico proclaimed a greater dr less extent over some fixou for battle in the business 7. state In theUUnionGottschalk. noted old U. Obituaty: time opera singer, In Chicago; aged 66. eight or' ten other, counties in and profession!' world." Some Fire: The Unultable Life Assurance perKentucky and to many counties look upon '13 as very unlucky and building burned In New York; 19 Injured. in Tennessee. The moonlight orotoll lots of great calamities 11. sons killed, Islands: 2a Moros killed In Philippine court .Aerial Warfare: An italfan army aero- battle with American cavalry on the schools were piitnanly designed that shall fall upon our nation, but plane dropped 'bombs Into a Turkish Island of Jolo. camp In Tripoli, killing lo Arabs for those who had been deprived I won't accept that, for nothiug is Shipwreck: The Russian steamer Russ Explosion: A mysterious explosion killed foundered In thu Bluck sea; 172 live Many unlucky "only as wo think it." opportunities. of earlier 32 men at San Antonio Tex 103t teacuers&jiave volunteered their Luck is deceit and not facts, for 13. Aviation: The French aviator Jules 19. Celebration. The Philadelphia Academy Of Natural Sciences celebrated Its Vcdrlnes beat the world's speed record centenary services in the work. The en cause and effect govern the land. In tllng bSVi miles In 1 hour at Pau. 20. M'nlng Accidents' 9 miners killed liy Fire: this So what we do in '18 we will find 14. Ala. Loss ot J300.000 it Birmingham, rollment explosion at timailrc, near Scranton Pa. Explosion the San year it reachediOoo. Uncle Mar the effect in 14. So much for 15. Obituary: Henry Labo'uchere, editor ot at Mccurtain. Okla., burying Jxindon Truth, In Florence, Italy; aged ten Sloan' is the name of the" 87 luck, and let us nil enter the new otr 100 miners .V.' Mexico, bptneen SI. 12, Battle ne.tr Jlmlnai. Cuba: The United States government year old "Rowan countVi school year with beads erect, clear eved, gn eminent trunpx and Insurgents, warned Cuba t)at political disturb' who uere routed theWelderly stud- aud honest hearted indeavoring at boy." Most of ance on the Island must cease. 23. Obituary On, II II Bingham, member of congress, known as the "father ents make remarkable pr ogress in all times to do our part in this Convention: The Untied Mine Workers of America met In annual convention of tho house." ut Philadelphia; aged il their studies. 'It hiis'beetf proven world of work and play, working IS. at Indianapolis. 28. Mexico: InsuiRentx lepuUed an atShipwreck: The British steamship tack by regular Hoops nt Jlmlne. that the avet'aue tulult can learn to together and we are bound to win. Wlston Hall wrecked off the coast of Judicial: Chicago rne.it le tared Aberdeenshire; (3 seamen drowned. not guilty of violating thn Htui.tiust wrne ms uauii: wuu euae anu We as Mt. Vernon people have Btorm: England blizzard bound, trafflo law tied Up and telegraph lines wrecked. legibility jn. two, evening sessions lots to do this year before we are Mining Accident: - miners killed by an Personal: Charles W. Morse, tho banker, explosion at Jed. V U.i for iu several instances in Floyd, in pace with towns that I might freed from Atlanta penitentiary on a -- RtJtO "" pardon bythe'"bfesl3en Island the pollvt) llpituiii the crowd, f hmtori, mention. So whv not every man a. Mining Accident: IS miners killed and 'killing 3 citlzons 'dlid wilundlng 9 40 Injured by dus( explosion at M. Convention: The 'Amcrinin Garrard, cflunlies and in several give over his effort combined with Academy Wyo. of Political Social Scienctt met in I'll county his neighbor for iust this year and 22. Aviation Disaster: Rutherford Page ot hundred. casjesim-Rqwaadelphla New York killed In a Curttss biplane Fire: Young's pier, noted resort at Atwas this faco 'Successfully demons- don't stop to count the cost till at Los Angeles, the flrBt fatality In the JOWCCO. lo lantic City, huim-dUnited States in 1911 31. Obituary: Senator Robert l.oe Taylor trated.-- t X'A' -- ,'mun iti Rowad 1914 and people iu passing by will Railroad Accident: In a wreck on the of Tennessee, a eteiun In imtlonal county, agtjd '30', learned to write at once ask whot has gotten the minors Central at Kinmundy, III., the politics Known rs "Piddling Bob." In former president of the road. J T. Washington; aged CI. eve.pinjjs' .suUlciputlv .to matter with old Mt. Vernon. She in four Hnralian. was killed; also F. O. APRIL. second vice president of the Rock pan the county Superintendent a certainly has steamed up, and the island, and E. B. Pierce, general solicL Sporting: Oxford won the annual race A man system. legible letter. 01 itor ot the same 50 answer would be combined effort, with Cambrldgo on the Thames; time Aviation: Dr. a. Ullch. mastered the mechanics of writ all working at the fame thing at a. gers, stayed In tho air with 3 passen-35 2. for 4's inlleK. 22 mltmtvH 3 seconds 1 hour and Political MllnauUw rle ted u fusion minutes at Johannisthal, Germany, a mayor oer a Soci.illst by 12.000 maing and wrote the' same official a the same time. Lets determine reoord. world's endurance jority b letter ufteriseveu nights' "attend to move with the tfde of husineis Sporting: George Bonhag ran 6.000 meAviation Disaster: I aviator, who flew Calbralth Kodgers. seconds In Now ters In IS minutes fioui the Atluntic to A woman of aud push far into the ance at school, York, a world's record. Pat Macdon-ailead. the Puclnc In 1911. Killed In a flight u heaved an 18 pound shot 44 feet and short-bu- t Long Beach, Cat. legible letter Study the public and enter to its 70 wrote" d a half Inch in New York, a record i. Obituary: Dr. K. Knnk, author and in even,-- ' graceful' cnlrogFffptry; needs. W,e have prosperity and it Jack Eller made a new record In a 75 publisher, at Montclan N J.: aged 73 yard hurdle race In New York; time, 9 6. Strike: Rngllsh mlncix confederation after but eight nights practice and bids fair to stay with us, and none seconds. abandoned their coal sirll.e many other students- learned ire so well suited to share it as 27. Obituary: Judge William Lochren. 8. Flood: 2,000 square miles Inundated b noted Jurist, former commissioner of a flood In the Mississippi; damage es pensions, In Minneapolis, Minn.; aged within the same or Slightly longer tlmate tlO.OOO.OOt); 40.0U0 tioiueless business men; well Obituary: Emily Soldem-- . Micallst, ac timo. A number of preachers equipped farmers, and studious ?& Fire: The Academy of Music and antress. Journalist and novelist, who In nex buildings destroyed In Plttsfleld, troduced Gilbert und Sullivan operut-ihave learned' to read and write professional men. Now my dear $300,000. Mass.; loss America, In London. in theso schools in a very slioi. reader to wliich one of these class10. Tho Titanic: The White Star liner Tl FEBRUARY. tanlc, largest paasenyer steamer afloat time. Klizaueth Prince aged 70, es of men you belong I do not 2. Warship Disaster: Tho British submasailed from Southampton nn her muld rine torpedo boat A 3 sunk In collision en voyage for New York a student of'one of these schools now, but there is one thing, hat with gunboat Hazard off tho Isle of IX Sporting: Major league baseball season Wight: crew of 11 drowned. says reply to the question as we all know and that is "this opened. s 4. The Maine Wreck: The hulk of the 12, Obituary: Miss Clam Barton, foundw l"iO the greatest' benefit of the night battleship Maine was floated at Hagreat old world does move" Someof the American Red Cross, society, a vana. Glen Echo, Md.; aged W Qeu Fred scmol to her "Oh, to be able to body must, of necessity do the ntw Fire: Sl.500.000 factor blazo In Philadelerlck Dent Urant, son o.' the late C!en phia. my ruble, anu to write to things read New York city: that ought to be done first, 6. Obituary: General J. U. Weaver, who It U. a Grant, In state department aged ui Political: The wnrn tny children and grand childred ind he who does the new things was candidate for president In ISS0 and ed the Mexicans that their cotinli) again In 1S92, at Des Moines; aged 79. will bo held responsible for the piotee-tlowoulden't take 'a billion dollars first is the leader and the I others Fire: Hotel Downey burned at Lansing, of Americans. $400,000. IS. Titanic Wreck: The White 8tar llnei lor the privilege".' In a Madison ire trailers. Are you going to Le 7. Mich.; lossWillie Hoppe Sporting: retained his tl Titanic sunk. by collision with un lie county school all the students in trailer? tie of world's champion at 1S.2 balk llnr berg In longitude 50.14 west, latitude billiards by defeating George Sutton 41.46 north, at 2:20 a. m.; out or 2.:m attendance learned to read and 600 to 2S0 In Now York. Yours, passengers and crow only 707 we.v 9. Obituary: Abbo Charles Loyson, fa write within two weeks. From saved. C. C. Davis. mous French preacher known as Perr Obituary: W. T. Stead, Journalist and the foregoing anyone should bt Hyaclntho, at Paris; aged 85. reformer, at sea; aged 62 Isldur 10. Sporting: The world's record of 6 fee' CEDARVfLLE. Straus, merchant and philanthropist, convinced that it is absolutely iu iVt Inches for Indoor high Jump beatei at sea; aged 67. Francis D. Millet, by S. C Lawrence, who leaped 6 feel excusible ""or anybody to go thru at sea; aged 65 Col. J. J, Astor, Will Proctor and wife of Or 4V4 Inches at Boston. soldier and capitalist, at sea; nged 47 life unable to read or write, it lando, and joel Woodall and John II Obituary: Louis Hellprln, encyclopedist Jacques Futrelle, author, at sea; aged aged 61 In New nnd given any kind of a dunce or the Moore, or Drodhead, attended the China: writer Manchu York city;abdicated IS. 37. dynasty The Aviation: Miss Hnrrlet Qulmby, tht tho throne of China by an edict vest pupil has any desire to loam. burial ot Aunt Margaret Doan, American air woman, flew across the ing the sovereignty In the people. English channel, the first woman to Possibly many make no effort t for Who diea at the home of her daugh- 14. Dynamiting: 41 officials and accomplish tho feat. of tho International Association ol 17. Personal: Statue to John Paul Jouot. the reason they have always labor- ter, Rachel Reuner. Brldgo and Structural lion Worker She had naval hero ot the Revolutionary war, arrested In various parts of the couned iiudwi' tho impiession it would been a sufferer of cancer for unveiled In Washington. 4 try charged with complicity In a dyna 19. SportingMike Ryan of the New York take years and they of course years and was in the eighties. mite conspiracy. Athletic club won the annual aiiit'-caPolitical: Arizona prqclalmed a state ot Marathon at Boston, covering the haven't the time. Whdt has been Her rema'ns were laid to rest in the Union. 'S mile course In 2 hours minutes IS accomplished iu btber counties the Pleasant Valley Cemetry. She 15. Railroad Accident: The Chicago Llnv seconds Ited wrecked when running a mile a 2L Storm: Nearly 100 people killed by cyshould lend encouragorne it to leavs five children to mourn her minute at Warrior's Ridge, Pa.; 7 kill clone In Illinois and Indiana. ed and 71 Obituary: Justin those of our middle.aged oreldoyjv loss, Mrs. Martha Wnodill, Mrs. China: YuanInjuicd. Kal elected president 24. historian, former MrCarthy, of novelist, Shlh parlia, member of the Chinese republlo by the national ment, at Folkestone, Gngland; aged 82 people who from and causo have Malisie Proctor, Mrs. Sarah Row assembly. 27. Obituary: Dr. D K. Pearsons, who failed to Irani to at least read Mrs. Lottie Mizeund Mrs. Rachel Obituary: Mrs. Roger A. Pryor, author, gave all his fortune to colleges, in Chicago; aged 92. and one of the founders of the Daughand wile cau yet do so within a Renner. ters of the American Revolution, In Storm: Oklahoma swept by a tornado: 31 dead. New York city; aged 82. short time by u little effort. N. D. Rich and Watts Rich 17. Obituary: Count von Aehrtnthal. pre& Fire: The great bazaar quarters In There ale many who are ready who have been in Tenn., are with Damascus, Sytla. burned; loss mier of at Vienna; aged 58. and willing to' assist them without homefolks. Mrs. Nannie Rich, 13. Shipwreck: Steamer Texas, under tho Fire: In the business district ot Mo.; loss 1225,000. Turkish Aug, sunk In the gulf of Smyrcharge. It is expected moonlight of Clarefield, Tenn., U visiting her M. Storm: 20 lives lost in a windstorm passengers drowned. na; schools will be organized in, this fa her, John Hibbard. The little which swept over Louisiana and MisThe Tltunlo: Cable ship Mackay Bensissippi. nett, with her cargo of 190 of the Ticounty and at an early date. girl of Theo. Hibbard which tl. Alpine Tunnel: Jungfrau railroad tuntanic dead recovered from the nel In the Alps pierced at an altitude reached Halifax. N. S. sick for seveinl weeks is Who wijl be tho .first to start the w. iNiceitjy was good work? Lei-- the Signal bume ueiiier. fCoutinued next issue bogtnning Uard of Thanks: married to Mrs. Ma'iha Hall. ' ' know. We wish to thank through the witu month of May-.)Willie Reynolds was married to 3 Dock NLelev's daughter Christ- columns of this paper, tho good R. H. Tim Kentucky. Corn Growers' mas day, Uncle fohu Hibbard people of Mt. Vernon, for the kindAssociation . will hold its third and uncle T. J. Nichols are both ness shonn to us in arious ways, 'andidates fcr matrimony, thov since coming here two months ago. annual exhjbifc January 7 to 10 at think thev will be MT VERNON, KY. elected at the Evervact ot kindness has certainly pfs Agriculture next primary. j the Baker Building, Up Stairs. been appreciated by us and esLexington. 'T.he-corn- . show Is to pecially do we thank the members Room recently occupied by Drs. Hatbe given ih connection with "Far-- j Whsn a fire breaks out in a of Ashland Lodge F & A, M . for field it'lliirrls. triers,' Wtjefc," which .is a yearly certain slow towu the fire captiin the gift of a beautiful new sewing eyent of (jncren.slng importance, notifies members of his department machine, and house rent ' four The exhibits will repesent corn by postal card to report lor duty months May God bless each individual pQp FLETCHER'S grown during the year 1912, and to Gght the fire, ttlKO. O. WAWbtl BHU UU UUien. jy - "I"l C3 I corn-growin- A willing-to-do-nes- s. 111 tw. V. & j cated. Btorm: The middle wett struok by h blllzard, which In some place was the worst In many years. Fire: In the business and residence section of Houston. Tex.; loss lO.t0O.0CO and 2,000 people homeless. 22. Windstorm: The Atlantic coast struck by a wind traveling at the rate of over 90 miles an hour and often over KM mites. Sporting: Kllbane defeated Attell m a 20 round contest for the world's feath- erwclRht championship ut Los Alleles ZJ. Italian War: Tho Italian parliament voted to annex Tripoli. 24. Political: anformally Roosevelt nounced that he woGld accept the Republican nomination It offered him. IS. Storm: A tornado swept over Texas. Kansas, Mississippi and Mlsxourl. causing heavy loss of Ufa and property. XI. Mexico; Juarez. Mexico, captured by Insurgents against Madero's go eminent. MARCH. L War In Tripoli: Italian war department announced that the loss from IUillan troops in the war with Turkey was SCO. English Coal Strike: Strike of 1.000000 British miners In a dispute over wages S. Obituary: Annie Yeamans, well known actress, In New York city: uged 7rt 4. Personal: Marconi, pioneer nf wireless made a life member of the Italian senate 7. South Pole Search: Amundsen, the explorer, announced that he reached the south pole on Dec. 17. 1911. 10. China: Yuan Shlh Kal inaugurated provisional president, of China. IX Lawrence Strike: End ot the strike of mill operatives at Lawrence. Mass.. which began Jan. 11. 1912. 14. Obituary: Henry Bacon, noted American artist, at Cairo, Egypt: aged 73. 15. Shipwreck: American Ashing schooner Patilclan wrecked off Cape Sable; captain and 9 of the crew drowned. Storm: The South Atlantic coast states swept by u hurricane; many deaths: Unfile paralyzed. 16. Shipwreck: 10 lives lost by the sinking of the Oriental liner Oceana after collision In the English channel Tho Maine Wieck: The hulk of the battleship Maine was sunk with Imposing ceremonies off the coast or Cuba 17. Obituary: Rear Admiral O W. Melville, noted naval veteran ot the civil . wnr and Inter an arctic explorer, at Philadelphia; aged 72. Sporting: Arthur Postlc, famous prnfes- slonal runner, made a 150 yard dash In 141-seconds und a 200 yard dash In 18 seconds at Auckland, New (Zealand; both are world's lecords. U. Personal: Judge Mahlon Pitney of New Jerspv Wlis tnstnltt-i- l na ngfinplnl. Justice of the United States supreme i 5 or I3.WQ ret, where a.atatlon. Is ?., 10- - iimIjuu'tm r Well ChtiMHlas has come and Rono and many little hearts have Rev, C. K. been madf- - ilad Carmical fuletl his regular appoint' ment at Snort C'Oek Saturday a l Sunday. The II) Talll of Mr Mrs John Pltlllui died Da, 19. .Mrs. Win Kirb is visiting relatives in Noith Carolina. Miss habelle Ping cloMJi Her school at this place Djc 20th. Miss fiiijj is tho charming daughter of Mrs Mary Ping of Walnut Grove, and has gained many warm friend s while in our viciuity.--.VI- r Geo. Pitman, of Hansford died Dec. 26 Mi.ss Bertha Curmical vi.sitcd her grandmother at Alt. Vernon S:t nrday and. Sunday. Died: Mrs Shrew-berry- . n ngedlBUvui ibis vicinity, December 26. Allen Adams uiid fannl Mrs. Oliver at Mt vis-iteW-dle- n fy.9Blttl01lllIM 0 MBZ '3 !! irdsell WAGON (13 $ SOLD BY I d s ol tnis plate. Mrs. Lucinda Barnes, of this place, give a Oh rut mis dinner to her six sons and families, ivhidh numbered forty. one includt ing her two single children 'lunie. The snull child of Al r and Mrs. Arnold is very sick with wcooping Died: December the sixteenth the wife of Mr, George Halcomti she leaves an aged husband nnd n:...u r witn Mr. win. aowder A. Vernon Sunday last. Mr and Mrs. A. Cummins, ut Alt. Vernon, spent Christinas with their daughter Alts, James E Mullins. ut Withers. Master Homer ana rihirley Carmical spent tho holidays rabbit hunting. Rev. .J . C. Cloti'-e- , of Livingston, filled his regular appointment at Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mrv Kirbey of this place has sold h:r . ....-.- . I. iiiiu will luiiu iu t,U... mill ixuucii locate at Anchor. K. Well another new year is at hand and ho'w many ot us are willing to do better in the future tlun we liavu in the past. Mr. and Mrs. George Af--- 1.. JOE NOE North izZHEZZVl J Main Street I I 11; I The Prosperity of the Community is largoly reflected in the bank 1... . .. That is where tho foundations of prosperity are laid for very many people, and will be laid for many more. No honest, serious minded persons are denied the privileges of an association with this bank. There are none whose dealings are lo unimportant to receive considerate attention. . 4 1 ft '.J i '" '" I .MX) THE PEOPLES U.G. IUKER, President. BANK s. par-Kei-s f- only daughter, .Mrs. Cirhv, tome urn the loss of voted wifeind mother. .n Ton a de- J.P.K. DKUMMOND, Vice-ProF.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDBC COlX.Ass't. Cash -- r.'r" TiT-Ko- ck fNsjr c- - tm - ., ., r- - - y,; x4 .1- -- . -- A .Morgaaf-AfaTjiSQm- frrd Kern-mere- r, . M jCapC30C &&, y&3C$&XZ UNDERTAKER Mel-che- r. fiV! GRANVILLE OWNES Is' 4- d hho Lamp tl iiaati Saircs Eyes In Nothing more important perfection. Costs no more than the taut-wano- n kind saves MuNKY saves WOKK saes ejes. Your dealer his SOr.ITH Oil. Iu barrels direct from our works. steady Unlit. the home than . Insure this by gctllnc the oil tint burns clear and clean without a flicker down to the last drop, rcnuiylvanla crude oil refined to Brodhead Ky j .,, t . . 1 - wide-awa- ke bO. Chas.C. StoliOilCo. a Q Kl ifWt' t Louiaville, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa. We sell the cflebntrd "Ko Carb" Auto OH. III ail IWilH IIIPI llmiM mi iiimmiiiii A VI COMPLETE LINE Ct Sins, Caskets and Robes, Mall, Telograph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. J -- 1 111 I .cxcx yc&c&Dii&pK'& riBcmikni! 1 ail-1s- t, , h Cost tho bog raiser million of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise oac ure. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of tho question. Dr. Hess. (M.D., D.V.S.) has always maintained that by givinir Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every organ in the system, to regulate the bowels, liveraud kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly disinfect the promises, sleeping quarter aud runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, wpuld prevent an outbreak of this disor se. our country was visited by one of the worst hop: plagues over known. Wo fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and ouly lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and During HOG CHOLBRA in the THE SCOURGE OF I Read what one of the big hog raisers " y 1911 country says : - n 21 5 ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. Ajso note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says about preventing H og holera Austro-Hungar- 110,000,-00- 0 Bloom-Hel- d, CO ' ha-be- en , t, "When we recall the . omUtloiiH which favor tho disease nnd the manner In which its infection takes plaou, It will be (.cjr. that feeding and carintr of hog hus much to do with tho prevontlon of the Cholera. Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs theniBelves should be dipped every few weeks. Maintuiulntr tbcsu conditions helps to keen np tho vitality of the hog nnd in this way troubles of all kinds arc warded off To aid digestion and circulation nnd to prevent worms, the bulletin rceommeuda n formula of Wood' charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonato, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium HypoHulphato nnd Black Antitu Thlsformula, given In tablcspoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the hog raiser about 1 0c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which Is vastly superior and ho stood the test of 20 years. QUASSIA, Dlgestivo & General Tonic. Expels Worms. NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP SODA,I.axativo&actsupontheLlver. SULPliATEOFIRON, Hlood Builder & Expels Worms. EPSOM SAWS, Laxative, Hxpets Werms. COMMON SALT, Appetiswr. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NITRATE OP rOTASH, Acts upon tho Kidueys. FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatlu. This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.P., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written guarantee and only costs 8c per month for tho average hog. The definition of the Ingredients A , are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. Feed your hogs to prevont disease and expel worms. and Dentist CONOVER StatR.-ColkRe- one of tho foremost coal when the weather will permit, and you Tonic Dr. Hess Stock sleeping quarters a solution Sprinkle the runs Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant your with this tar, crcosotedislnfaotants with 0 of vu known. Also dip novo no loss irom aucase. hogs solution SB lb Pail 1.Co. too lbs 98.00 OhiLdren Ory '- JONAS Mc ENZIE, 1 &.-- -'--.- deler MT. VERNON, KY vv. . 1 f L LV V ,?, ' A rrtttrtftSHXf. ,"', -.- ft "Aov. . iTTTfrui ML VERNON 'SIGNAL: MT. VJ3HNON, KY., Jan. I 3, 1913 Call up 70" wlion to CoramunU 79 you wan"No.HIQNAL 79 onto WItll LouisviLLt NtMviitt n.n.co. TIME TABLE. 22 bortn 24 nortn 28 south 21 South 4.59 p m 3:53 a tn , 11:38 12:19 am am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poitoffice mall matter.' m leqond-olu- s """"Orde'r Clbthiuc; 'Shoes and - "Fish & Son will pay Parcels Furnjsbings .from Fish sent b Post charges on orders of $5 or more any where. Parcels Post. Tho best wav I know of to die NiW Fonk: Dr. G. ,B. Lawrence, Brockland farm, oti Somer- poor s to git involved in a lawset and Mt. Veruo'n road, one suit over a line fence. mile North of Level Green. ' Nitw Fonhs: W. M. Mullins, A New Year's sermon at the Dry Cleaning House, No 48 East Presbyterian Church next Sunday Maiu St. opposite Court House. morning. In the evening there will be a union service 'at the Dr. P. H. Conover, Dentist who , Christian Church. has recently moved from Monti Lloyd N. 'Maret of this place and cello, Ky., wishes us to state that Miss Roberta Tyree of Livingston, he has located in Mt. Vernon were married in Teffersonville, permanently. His office will ba in re Ind., on Dec. 241I1 by Magistrate Baker's building, same roo-ncently vacated by Drs. Hatfield Bovd F. Tyree, instead of at Jellico as stated in last week's and Harris. He expects to have his office open by Mon. Jan. 0. Signal. s A.iirLoin.oe23cieTit y 4"Ji Madison 0. Owens was again elected Tyler of Asbland Lodge No 640 at the annual election held on Dec. 27th. He has been Tyler PERSONAL so long many don't try td enumerhas-been C. J. Rice ws up from Living- ate the t ears but its somewhere between 25 and 30. He ha. been Monday. ston Walter Wallen was here from a mason 52 years. t Crab Orchard Sunday. J. Fish, the well known clothier Miss Josephine Davis was very and shoe dealer, has sold one half sick first of the week. interest in his business to his f on, , BeniVmin Mullins has W. H. Fish, who has played an Master active part in making the presont been very sick for several days. Walter Robins was up from reputation of the corner store. Brodhead Sunday and Wednesday. Hereafter the firm name will be J. Flsh& Son. Wade Ballard is here from CovOne of the postmasters, whose ington with his brother G. Matt. name was omitted from last weeks Edgar Mullins was in Louisville nrticle, was that of the late M. P. Tuesday on business. Newcomb who held the office Judge L. W. Bethurum was in during Buchanan's administration Louisville Tuesday on legai busii8j7 to 186 r. The ofhee was ROCKCASTLE CHURCHES. ness. kept in thu old Newcomb storeMT. VERNON'S LEADING CLOTHIERS Rock Springs church situated ' W. S. Fish the telephone post house which v. as burned last two miles north of Level Greco mun was down from Stanford yes February when it was being ocwas one among the earliest church terd8y. cupied by M. I. Miller. buildings erected in Rockcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Bryant were bo Jth$ The writer (Jm) is pleased to Mt. Pleasant is said-tohomo from Morgan during the ackuowledge the receipt of a oldestorgahize4..dhurdhin the holidays Christmas box containing a half county. It islocatcd two miles M.ss Maynne Straub. of Standozen hemstitched linen hnudker-chief- s West of Level GreenNThe buryford, is the guest of Miss Eugene with embroidered initials, ing ground there contains more Marriage license issued during music department next term and and Mrs. Miller furnished dclifbt-- v MT. PARCEL POST Fr'6'm. Fishback. from his esteemed cousin Miss graves than any other cemetery realizing that her place will be ful music. Miss Adams gave a, the holidays: VERNON,. KENTUCKY Roy E. Rader was, here Wed- Julia T. Fish who has not failed in the county. Decoration day s ex- discription of two of the pictures ' Ernest Jackson to Emma Asbill, hard to fill, we POSTOFFIOE nesday enroute to Jackson on a for some years past to present us a beautiful custom has been regupect to have n competent teacher of which she bad seen while iu Cy McDaniel to Lizzie Singleton, (business trip. gift larly observed there for probably appropriate holiday an Michael Augelo'a Jere--' Definite announce- Europe. Chas. Malicoat to Amanda Bowles' rc,usic soon. forty years past an I hundreds are G. McBoe Other friends also remembered Mr and Mrs. W. ZONE: includes nil; points ' Niceley to Ora Poynter, ment will be made. We ask a miah, and Reynold' Age of Inusually iu attendance! Some within a radiuj of 50 miles, rate John spent part of the week with rela- us. nocence. Miss Watson told the there has been more than 5 cts. for the first pound. 3 cts. for C. 0. Parrett to Dosha Shepherd, continuunce of the music patrons story connected with Alexander's Stanford. tives at and that others who have been W. M. MulhnS now has, his a thousand s present to observe, tlip each additional pound up'to eleven. J. B. Green to Lucy Knuckles, Pot of Basil, end Poynter's f!MMTsTT7'D;luJlius sciehtificclothesCTCaIiI'ug,'raHd'hutTim Johnson to Cleva Bowman. considering taking music will be cereWon'ies" and hearthe 'addresses Race. '2 intiluUeilXoLnnlksr ZONE: jspeut part 01 ine ween at iviuiuns blocking establishment installed 'ceVQ Wilmott tpAddaFrencn, re&dy toTbegra when the new 'After fETsrthe gue3tsrint8iU delivered. Mt. Vernon's first ..UCaI. ' !.. f l.o CV,. Station and Dudley. 'inland . . ? ; inavisea cts. for eacn additional pound up "W. M. Reynolds m' Parker Niceley teacher arrives. Here, as in the looking at the pictures whiohv in the concrete building opposite -u v.. sia. iiiuiuu Liuimiuy, ve ure Mi. and Mrs. Homer Wallen 4 other departments, we expect to were explained by members of Denney Q were up from Brodhead Sunday Court House on Main Street was located on the elevation which maintain our standard of thoronch Art Committee. Nut frappee and with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wallen. and is better fitted up tor the the fair grounds, ring encircles halt ZONE: 3 includes 300 imues, cake fc M1 Coffey to Ju'ia Townsend, and earnest work. man v larger towns. mile west of town, near Jessio Cotton, of the Uauley business than the junction rate 7 cts. for the first pound, and Rector room Misses Sadie Richards, We sincerely hope that the Martha Sharks, Beraice Uadrutn section was in town yesterday He is prepared to do nil woric in of tho old Somerset and Crab to Cora Barnett, Mulns 5 cih.- 101 uacu auuiuonai,pquuu up looking alter some bus.nessv mat- first class order including dyeing. George Bradley to Stella Jores, whooping cough epidemic will and Mattie Huff, while Mrs. Orchard roads. It was a Presby- to eleven. . ters. Our town is gld to have such Burt Rigsby to Sarah Ramsey, soon be over and that a large Fishback poured coffee In an ad- The cemeZONE: 4 with a radius of 600 Mrs. Sadie Mooro and little an establishment located within terian organization. Sam Roberts to May mo Burk number of little people 'will be joining room. tery was just West of the building miles, has a rate of eight: cents for daughter, Louise are spending a to Pj0y Owci"? ready to greet Miss Robertson on Sam Proctor where T. N. Noe now has a corn thefirst pound, with few weeks with relatives near its limits. for A Commercial Club was organ ' Frank Croucber to Rosa Ramsc . Jan. 8th. Berea. The first package by parcel post field. There were probably 60 cr each i additional pound up to With best wishes for the New ized last evening with seventeen W. M. Niceley to May M. Hall.Miss Eva Moore returned to her to arrive at lt. Vernon post office 75 graves' made there. Many head eleven. ,' Year to all patrons and friends of of the trading business and pro home In Berea after a pleasant was recoivod by James Maret from and footstones were standing up ZONE: 5 with a radius of festional men as charter members ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs- Hugh of the school, I am, 'isit with liar aunt, Dr, M. Pennington, of Bertha. to within a few years back, but r,ooo miles has a rate of 9 cts. for and others yet to follow. U. G. iM tiler. r Most cordially yours, Langdon Memorial School will Ky., containing a New Years gift all have been laid low and plowed the first pound and 7 cts. for each Baker was elected President and' of Chester, West on Wednesday January 8. Rose McCord. W. A. Noaks. of fruits, candies etc. The post- under or removed. A building additional pound up to eleven. James Maret Secretary. Look for. Va.. ' who has been with his age was two five cent stamps of located "on the hill" where All students are expected to arrive F. a full report next week. ZONE: 6 with a radius ot Noaks, near town brcther. John on January 7th. for ft few weeks returned home the now variety which will be Krneger's residence now stands 1,400 miles has a rate of ,10 cts. The Dormitory was the scene The school stands as it has alfiled away as souvenirs Last Monday night was the reg- The ex was used for both church and for. tho first pound and eight cents yesterday. ways stood, lor thorough, honest of a very pleasant New Year's re- ular annual election of officers of aud wife of press on this package would have school purposes up to about the for each additional pound up to W. H. Spears work, high ideas, strong character ception on last Wednesday even- Ashland Lodge No. 640 F. & A. Knoxville ate spending the holi- - been 25 cents therefore a saving year 1865 when the Christian eleven. Mrs. Fishback, Mrs. Annie M. and training for service. It is our ing family of their of 60 nor cent. days with the church building, with Masonic and the following were electedi ZONE: 7, with a radius of brother-in-laW. M. Mullins, purpose to maintain this standard. Mjller, Mrs. Franklin, Miss Mc- and installed: S. C. Franklin, W.t' lodge above, was erected on second 1,800 miles, has a rate of 11 cts. Mrs Belle Ooyce writing frim this place. All who wish to enter school but Cord and Miss Clarkson were the M.; Jas. Maret, S. W.; Rev. Geo. or Church street.' The old' school for the first pound and 10 cts. for hostess of the second open meet Mullins, traveling sales- Douver, Colorado, to her brother building was replaced R. B. S. Watson. J. W.; T. H. Coffey by a new each additional pound up to have not completed arrangements Shoe Do., James Maret, at this place says man lor Geddes-Browdoing so, are asked to com- ing ot the Woman's Club. for Treasurer; E. S. Albright, Secre-- ' Boones Fork eleven. ; was called to that phe visited, Mrs. James Robinson one about 1887.. Indianapolis, The guests assembled in the municate with me .at once as the tary; M. C. Owens, Tyler; J. W.v church one mile East of Brod 8, includes all terriZONE. city yesterday to meet with the at sanitarium a few days sinco and now building where the Turner Parsons, Assistant Tyler; A. B.' head wa a noted one jn its day. tory outside 1,800 mile radius and number of pluces to be filled are traveling men aud prepare other Art Exhibit was on display. Furnish S. D.; Geo. Owens, D. found her in a. cheerful spirits Services .Install line. held there, especially has a flat, rate of t2cents per few. J. though she was very low and not With sincere regret that Miss The first hour was spent in the W. A. Coffey and W. T. Davis those of evangelization attracted pound. living room where Miss Sparks LOCAL expected to live but a short time. Stewards. wide attention throughout this and n POUNDS is the' inaxium Dodson will not be in charge ol the Mrs. Robinson was Miss Gertie adjoining Many early weight ol any package that may counties. office became a Mt. Vernon post Weber before marriage, a native day ST ministers of celebrity, in be sent by parcels post. T PreideniUal .office Tuesday. of Mt. Vernon and sister of Mrs. ia.iv ii .'" cluding Raccoon John Smith, No parcel may, exceed SIX OF TUB CONDITION OP THE SupL J..W. Kincer requests us S. D. Lewis who is sorely distress-e- have preached at this church. FEET in length and girth com..v over her condition. of the1 to say itfcat tjie balance Not long after the railroad reached bined - that is, if the parcel is 3 ft. is December draft for teachers Brodhead 1E68, a church building long it may be 3 ft. in girth. ,r fi PARCELS POST SERVICE thore. MT. VERNON, KY. was erected thore and after a Parcels weighing 4 ounces or We that's W. M. Poynter earnestly re- now and progressive; we hava dozeu or fifteen years the glory of less may be mailed for 1 cent an At the close of business December 31, 1912, ' quests all those who are indebted been paying charges on all ex- the old church at Boones Fork had ounce, regardlessf of,, t'istauce. been dimmed andabout 1888 the Parcels weigning more tnan 4 (to hit to come at once and settle press shipments. Now we extend RESOURCES. ' LIABILITIES. their jaocounts as he wants to bal- iIiIk to cover the Parcels Post organization disbanded moved ounces may be mailed at, the reguLoans and Discodnts ance hie books before the close of Service. This paper will tell you their memberships elsewhere and lar pound rate. Over lour ounce? $ 62,231 25 CapitnlvStook $ 20,000.00 Due- from Banks the old building was later carried any fraction of a pound is con23, 269 . 20 J0I2. Surplus.... in your of our offerings send 1,300.00 away to be used for other purposes sidered a full pound. Cash on Hand. V " 5.774.83 Undivided Profits. ,. . , 3,313,62 We publish .elsewhere in thtd orders and we'll deliver the Friendship near Level Green and Overdraft S. & U, S 1J99.19 Deposit subject to All matters sent by parcels post full instructions just how to goods. Parcels Post charges paid Union in Western part check.. 67,763,1 Current Expenses '. 1,241 .47 of the must bear the regulation P. P mail a parcel post package. Read on all orders of $2.50 or more any- county are well known church Bills Payable. Real Estate, F. and Fix , ; . . 8, 061 . 19 10,000. Ofe? stamps, and any parcel mailed it carefully and then you will not where in the U.. S. Fish & Son. organizations. , Flat Rock, neur with ordinary stamp upon it will be J. have to annoy the life out of your Dudley, is another old church that 'held for postage" Just Total Total $102,377.13 sajne ...'$102,377. 18 post master with ten thousand DiRp: James Maret, aged 19, of has fought the good fight in that as if no postage were at all ool questions. I, F, L, Thompson, Jr., Cashier, of the above-nameBroadlands, Illinois, a son of the portion of the county. Mt. Pisgah placed on it. bank, do hereby certify tkat I he above statements are true to tho best of my knowledge and belief, 600 new late W. A. Marat, died Monday and Hopewell are two churches iu All parcels must bear the return 'Jfhe Signal wants t and to every person who night last, at the residence of his the valley of Skaggs Creek in card of tho sender, F. L. THOMPSON, JR., Cashier grand mother. Mrs. Sarah Marot, which many of the elder citizens Parcels may be insured for a f. p W five new paid subscribers of 10 cts. Subscribed anil sworn to before me by I h. Thompson, Jr., Cashier ifor one vear each, we will pay $1.00 near Wildie. He came in from have worshipped. bank, this January 1st, 1915 The wrltor moans to publish a K. S. ALiimauT, N. P. Sin cash, and for ten new p id sub- - Illinois some six. weeks ago to visit Regular services at the Baptist My commission expire Feb. H, 1414. scribers for one year each we will Kentucky relatives. Ho bad been list of the early ministers and those church Sunday morning and eveup to the present day and evangetuberculoma and , pay $2.50. Boys and girls try a afflicted with Feeliug justly proud of the splendid showing of our Institution at the close of business on the lists who have labored iu the cause ning Jan. 5th. 1913. S. S. 10 a. . club of ten and see how eay jt is after an attack of whooping cough m. Cordial invitation extended to last day of the good year 1912, tho ubovo report is given, and wo invito tho careful consideration of Persons rememto get tne number, Renewals ol be succumbed to the dread reaper. in our county. to same. The officers and directors have exerted every energy to make this bank a financial Two bering names of those workers everyone. Come and worship with the public e already on Hi3 parents are dead. those vhose names institution, worthy of tho patronage of tho public, and to bo able to close our business with this' us. T.;C. Dukk, ,jour list will not cou'ut. We hope brothers and a sister, all yoanger will oblige by kindly dropping a splendid showing, we feel that our efforts have not been in vain. Our aim shall bo to tw)ko 1918 the Pastor. M. Box line to so find some enterprising boys or survives; one is at Spring Lake, and giveJ, names 37 Mt. Vernon banner year. Lot us prove to you 'our ability to serve you. We guarantee to every customer, no of churches where Born to the wife of H. C. Hoffgirls' in every community in the Ky., oaOln Tennessee and the matter how largo or how small, every conrtesy consistent with, sound banking. . auntv who will moke up.a club of other at Broadlands Illinois. The they preached and if possible about man, of Huntington,' W. Va., a fine am, Youra very truly, Wishing to all a happy and prosperous New Year, were engaged, boy, Them'61Eei;'beforQ her mar- sflt least five, if not ten. The offer burial look place at the Maret the year they F. L. Thompson, Jr., CaaWcr denomination, etc. graveyard. rirgc, was Miss Ahu Fishback :i open to prnVfaua" all. The severe headache which often follows u long railway journey or a proiractea tour 11 museum or a picture gallery is usually wrongful attributed to badnir. As a matter of fact, says Dr. Sidney Stephenson, headaches are more often than not due to the fact that the eyes have been overworked. The cure is not a cup of tea nor a bottle ot 'smelling .salts; it lies in a pair of spectacles. From exactly the same type of headache clerks, typists, dressmakers, and students are great sufferers. In the great majority of these cases, says Dr. Stephenson, examination has shown that weak and over worked eyes were the causoof the trouble which has disappeared with the use ol a pair of good spectacles. purchased an interest in the store and they will conduct the business along the same lines as it conducted for the past quarter of a "century., WILL H. FISH, who has been in the employe of his father, J. FISH, the clothier for the past eight years has well-know- n The new firm will be known hereafter as a AN D "Ik SON T THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES never-the-les- 1 yt-ar- s nd-lamlty- Atal-anta'- - - 1 ',- r 'T; - if - - T T. I "cerve . six-Jcent- s - '1 i U ,. - n n ATEMEN d . PEOPLES BANK, . welcome-everythin- g "V L x - - -- 4 iie . te d :s ' above-name- d .. r . . v. V" 'A , 1 A " """ , T- - iiimiiMiiiWMIHiMhlMUHIIWwillli iiyafr iMjElVaminnajnf n if taH n "!- ie ,mWH WiUl "tr AiVNi. lrftiliaHiil Haml f"J A iSf liitv- f 3r IfTJiat ii tli nature ot Dr. Pierre's Fnorito Prpccriptlontho ono remedy fo drugs. Mado from nativo d women wlii'-I- i contains no choliol and no medicinal forest roots. Dr. 1'Icreo tel s its every ingredient on the ' Prominent physicians and some cf the best medical authorities endorse these ingredients as being the cry bet. t known remedies for ailments and weaknesses peculiar to women. j E. Cofft.7, of Longstrcd. Tais b what Mra. arctnr-y i. uv.. envaa .... .va w. ioi ir.- ttiv fiiir.v in Avriiii iluii ijiii vim.. wiiu-jmj j . ....... .... your medicines I'.Uvtj donq.fprjrno. I owas a groat sulTcrei women, but I am for six yoara from n, troubfo pocullar-tthankful to say, aftor taklnsf6nr bottles of ycur'Tavorlto Pnvcrlntlon ' I a:n no bothered with that dreadful dlsoaso any more. I fool Hko a now woman. Wlion I first wroto I ) on for ndvlfo I only wulnlied 115 pounds now I weigh 135. thanl: you very much -r your kindness. You havo barn, as a father to mo In advising mo what to do, no may Cod bids- yen In every elTort you put forth for good. "Ihopo this testimonial will bo tho means of somo poor . M.s. Corrrrr. sntlcriii? woman hcoiiing neaiin." 'r. Pierce 't MoJical Advlief iijvrly rcvi.?': tpto data edition, answers h'lsti wom.tn, slngla or married oujht to kn:w di'icatf rurrlor il'ou' wI'Mi hnbit-fornnnbottle-wrapper. n FOR WOTON riw.. UNBOLT. -- -- 1 'I f- - vt-.- r-' i. I UWDEBTAKBJB is umvccoUuil Hnnd-rnade stihim m '"MM I Onr lino of 'Couch Caskets Collinsfurnished Uuj.rso sent to nil parts of I ho County 1 4 V J All orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. Kssa-S&sr- a. Phono S3 III. '.U-- :& 3 I.. MT. VERNON. KV ' ... - ex,i .. tt Vitt ,.. ft ,1. B. g .Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w noil u una every ,not yesterday nor but TO-DA- h.Ut n 51p0Bm' to-da- y plnoKd a vision uf hopo. Therefore every yentordnv only "a vision, of hapl ' bring your account to ii ilruiuu tn-ila- v THE BA.NK OF MT. VBRNOtf " Thn our "With Mils that all your money will lirlnir you and prospjrity. and all your rj.olloctious of yottordav will "atUfacUcn and all your dealings and rulations hotw is Imnnl-niss, that were pluned beneath each display of corn they began to exclaim: "There must be some mistake In this. We e..aaein9saouaf)janajoeos)9eaDt9ecau90oos)orooeeoo nevr raised thut much com on thi . .. farm when I was n boy," or, "Why : : ?::.: t r t : ? U) thoMj yields are twlco or threo times fDft OK) the amount of a (Irst class crop of corn Ot CO In that neck of the woods!" Hankers nnd grain men looked nt the statement iTS 09 o of yields, scratched their heads and a to figure on what such crops a would' do for tho llnnnces of the stnte P3 4t) Mother and educators smiled unrt O wondered how much mischief had fullnau a... ed to materialize becajise tho I toy were at... tca 0( out hi the sunshine cultivating and ao Nfiw is the Timo to buy your toilet thinking of U10 crops Uicj were grow- Vox. 4U9 RATOK'S $ALiS. As ailmialstra'.or of the estate DO. tlfi'tMStll. I ' (il li'eiil'ie VV Onr town bas been b'eed jj (m vVttlneaJnv Jnn 15 .i!),', BOYS A7E DOING tlilouRh Xtnns. Week With V.Mtutu , PRACTICAL r Mis tie nt tU hw KHHvnw X .mc 01 Whom we have n.,t hten t l.nk. UNDERTAKERS 2! two lor ve,ir&. Mr. Ju.s Wullen und rr,i nnr i. ., 5 ,i, PUNBKAL DIRECTORS, "t'i.j.iia; Rapid Strides Madf by Kentucky u.le.Airuml Will vVullon trom bidder. i..l' phonal piopcrty AND S : Hon JiltiK to the ilOCCMseU, Ooiihi'tu-3 Corn CM Workers. .PSiSJiVfLflA IIS of their sick lather lohn Wnllen. of horses, cattle, finning luipi ' iffi8g!3&Wfi Mt. Vernon, Ky, until his, death, which brought tnent", shop VjoIs. house ho 0 -3 Hiiet to our i.eiyhbon oud the 2i goods any other oinls too nuini-H BEnER THAN 'HEIR FATHERS? of Deceuiber. Mr. Wnllen was ous to tuentKui the iathe.-- of twenty hix children Terms: gr and under c.M -; Liconed KtnbalnH'r will havo charge of that lino of must ut whutn htocd by hi& bed- in hand, over 5 six months timt ExIncreased Yields oa Shown In the for tho cooipauy. side dining h: illness. liiwork hibition at Louicllle Demorstrata with approved surety bearing leil , Stephen Cash nnd wile Roberta interest. the Manner In Wrjch Younger Gen1C J Orde-- s by wire promptly tilled. Hearso sontto all points r McKinnkv ... - . eration Is Advancirg. h.tve uccii visiting Hit... .lomuoi t .axt udniiiiislrutor wiJI ron iviiitn 10 their Inme in MnnngorS During the tnouthtof November nnd II. C. Jonhs Dectuiber tho couu; papers ull over Crab Orchard. Mr. Graden Proi-to- t auction U'. gOlllcoMt. VornoiiMoiiumentul Building PHONE lly 3 . tho state were full of ilowlug accounts who tins ueeu uiaiKJilif hunt) of the Uoys' Corn sbws. Probably 5CO.0O TO $100.00 A MONTH nothing that the boys have done In m vis. VeMu n hoK hi e nrpl. uMajrniakx.atnijnM our time 'lixporlunco yours Ims created such a widespread holiday vacation with his f. itinds. For Wantepnronctlvo mti In tillsnot loeil v. ' etl. mi luteiLMl us these mime chiis. The large To IntroriiKu uh In your frloiilB We iv 1. ... t'ctilK. Una lLCli Jt.Y bICN larccBl cauli Unelliu when Hlo'.t, Inju I, Wmw&m - "rff"S-w' iiiMiU'i cities of the state had not been affect""' " rot. otire.scnt. end at death, for smallestolTer to flrrt np- ed by this enthusiasm until the Ken- iuit is ttnprovuig nnd tucky Hoys Corn club held Its exhibit Mr.i, Ntttie Adaut.s who hitr pllcnnt from this place. Write quick for partlruHr. at the armory In Loulsrlllo n connec- icen cry low with pneuiiionirt 833, Covlnjjton, Ky, tion with tho Chllds1 Wclfan exhibit. THE sliowip iliiptOVeiiient somi " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Nov. 21 to 30. Ono hundred boys from the various frank Liimninis is very low nnr.J Airs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was VV. V. oy iter earnestly ro- counties that had corn clubs tils seaot expected to live. here . II n... . ...I son sent ten ears each for tho cty peo.I..I not taken down, untilMarch, when I went to bed and had tf ""' ple to see what wus being done Not .ouie excitement ) era old inlmsl mm to come at ouee anil settle to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no only the public, but tho great dally which is now beinj; operated fn to nowspnpers grow very much Interest- iheMibutbs olour town, we llilnv their accounts at he wit tits to i'lil- M better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest. At last, I tried ed. A number of editorials appeKed it W'll prove )joort. Our chco' nuce Ms books before the close of ;pi Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very yj. during the 1911 days of the exhibit, and VV E Dillliiyham as tiacher is. odv 3t & iyt2 almost dully a picture pf sonio Biiectss-fu- l iiltpu-Sj good health, and able to do all my housework." ut) eu at a elosi, '4 corn grower appeared. This dlspll.v Xinas, ee mid terttiutnent contained five varieties of corn. ! FOR FLETCHER'S. As the visitors to tho exhibit asktfl verb'' lind a idee tutu Xtm questions or rend carefully tho labeli day at a Xims tree. V WHAT IE YOUNG OTTAWA. A,UiiNI-- i I smmimi 'mmffliiiiiiwmmrnrnfflnirniiiffliiuis VERHOHDPKET 1 mllr-S.1U- c ti. i. 'ii.-"- i- - "" m-'- zmm?m feMmfS...! r CUC S g t r g CoffinsjjndJRobes. $$ RflETAU COASKETS 3 3 - ) B GEORCE OWE5S, 1 bju-ndii- i I -- Cnrn-tiom- is is- - r:,.?7i,".i.s?iRra5Rjffi' Don't Suffer! rr """ - I I 1""' ""!'IHI -. ! I ' t !c Ctvldron Cry O ASTO Rl A tiaiioaiiaatiio(t(iuteoiiio(iuiiiieniiiHHi)u 1 1 ' 1 LARy U .... r t-r.- TAKE 1 t. WoraanTsTonic n rv t!tI:I:t:!t!"sr:: bo-ga- n L Ch 3.S C.Dav THE articles of nil kin.la ns COLGAT iCjCOMPANY h;tii "II a.. DRUGGIST, savs given him special ti . ea.. 0C... too- ! offrtr it cr lM wny io on oum,vmiii ..w. iou may woiiuur ...t... lV,i t TUn. n.....n. In mm lorrilll IC il lint . tyj oincr remeaies nave laiicu. mc ansHti io Lh successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, rvra tliat act curauvciy on xnu vuiuaiiiy ayaicm. i. ia a inv.un.mv. . j: .. . .. . . tlJL r ....... i 'i vi i prfntim iioncr AHiit umy. i. uunua, aucuemuiii, Tinri ior women, aim tor woiucu m restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. hrl -- j .......' 11 1 ia a ing. an.. Bank will bring you L'rcat prosperity. ,j It did seem a gront pity that more of the hoyH who had entered their corn e. ! ..V)$ ) ea) fl OS Writs to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Ctuttanoota Medicine Co., OiatUnooji, Ttna, book, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J 60 lor Spcciat Instructions, and 5E5 '! ! C. C. WIMJMS, Prosldont. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON MT.VERNON. KENTUCKY V. h. RICHARDS, CaalTieT" BaaaBaCaaml J. P. v SgN K 30 -VV ' ,f TaaBP ' a... OOa. J at ,3a. a5iym not. a. -r; Over Crow ti TJ. G. Baker's Storo. ... pa ::::: ftBnikOB o... FIND QWGK REim "lf ..aHiig .w ;Sp&iil K' 'mm !!'" By the use of SWANSON'S Jkm"-- RHEUMATIO SUFFER ::i?Ss5SS Corn Jl '::- - WfWk raVtJBTaTaxl -- vraTaaaCTl and Ilrldgc Work a specialty, All .work guaranteed. "5-DR0- PS' t25a wS afrDS 9VV ti"" i -- V ) " ' the exhibit could nut luiyc soon erowds that stopped. UilLeil Homo and otllco In tho lato residence and oxcIiiIiulhI over tlic splundld work Dr. MyeM formerly occupied on Old 8WANS0M RHEUMATIB CUM COMPANY they tind done. It In u work Unit If Itt Lak Street, Calojr MaInSt.,I:Mt. Vernon.J3 dcntlned to revolutionize our Iiojh und pcrlnips ut tho same time revolution lr.o tlielr fathern and elder brothers Bast Ramedy for Conttlnatlon. SIcl One fond father whose sou hud a ylelf' Honilache, Sour Stomach, Bolchlne nni of 103 bushels to tho acre tcmarked C. C. LIvorTroubles. 25oPerDoxatDrusslstt "1'vo ot two little chaps In the Con ' ATT0RN1?Y-AT-LW, club In my home county, Tlioy'n small, but they're all rlnlit One K ,, MT. VKRNON. KY. ten nnd the other On 2cd. floor o Easily Qulcldylloafed boy was In the clubtwelve. The oldei last year and rals The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc ed elKhty-llv- o bushels. This yc.ir hoV Thosa who auffci i;ot 103. and we are plaunln' to tret iru In m txioma. l.lm street. Special attention given pics or otlior ukii bushels next year. Ves; we'rt jjoln to collections. ' crupuous unon Ha ralanrloa. to use a lot of ferttllzeis an' do thlns 'IhoitiMnonocd Phone No. 8o. ofaaCcrlnir.you rlnlit, because I just want to see1 how l. waKJwajaaanaEr Icauofoasily byeel much they cau talse on one acre. I Id x It tlinplo and In " w.int to see It vorse than the expuiialrc rrcr In mm W. T. FRANCIS, Sciatica, Gout,NQzira!gia, Ha Grippe, KvdneyTrcublc It If preparation for Denti s mil uiaa that elvn quickboth ternal and oxter relict to tho I Tho Groat Remedy foi Rheumatism, Lumbagot n ci,ii?mEmiMWm r'A''E9aaalBBEaBaSBaVBlt m 3ac.'OooMsepssseessi0-isssasssss8SSBMi'iien-at- ? Z.I.i..... ........ ...... !. .o.oooaoaaaooo aoaaaacaaaoo. XX. X. . c ..... Mt Vernon, Ky AfPlltd cxtenully, It slept ll acVt Taken Internally, It dlsiolvea the poltonout ubitanco and uilitf natura In rctorlnir th (yitcui to a healthy condition. Sold by Cnigejitt One Dollar per bottle, or tent prepaid upon receipt of price If not obtainable In yuur locality ulTcrci end palm COIt.N KINO. ...... ... instructions how to show ready-to-usi' complete -- l'no of .. toilet articles to tho niost scrutinizing customei's. a on oa) 8B ae as a as a 8 The have letters of a r. u p'if AS. 6. DAVIS PHONE 39 -- 4 ' .Ml). OO as aa as as as as oa av tontederate General i,WMm WMaSfsaAyy T 7"E !x;s:n in t!ie November Issue -er-a- !-a- v. KVfflfc - ad) rao MT.VERNON, KY. . SWANSON'S PILLS ... MjijliiPi,i,ii ji pran ' a scries of real Kjvtrtettenrirrittcmvcr fifty r ycar3 ego by ono of our national heroes to hii sweetheart during the period of '6 1 to '65. This t general will go down to fostcrity as having accom I'lrJit brilliant feaU of arrai the vorlJ. He was as creat a lover as he was a fcnsral, therefore tliew letters combine au-- . y?!",Wf?t' thentis history and cquisite romance. Thev ' V' cound a human note that no other work of literature has done in a decade; it h war, it is romance, it ia history, it U literature. You simnly can't afford to miss this wonderful rcrie tin inside etory cf the Civil War row published for the first time and containing all the frerhness of a lnnnrninrr Thwn Uinr. .. Ill nntt.t. t.1.1 V and I.olrl vour IntiTpet frnm first In wwvv Pill nut- t!m nminnti a4ah ivitu -b , ,..., , v ., v.v v,, Inst--. v vaia .1.1.1 vb no before you forcet it. I&L- - ' rnntr-mii.r.ir- v . S .. Bafl V s. v 15 Centc a Copy Ir' A. iii3r.ii 1 KtTievr Co. V3. Tl 3?ll t. X KeYjrlvCHr eview One Dollar a Year Enclored plsae V nnu 25c. ior wnicu nleaio hend me I'.K. for ITov., Dec. and Jan. VV WilltaniB, A and Liberal Commtstitoisa t c::r Ascnti. Aik for Particulars X. $10,000 in Cash Prizes , 222 'Ure::. .... THE PICTORIAL REVIEV cO. West nath St., BUJCatUaiacrt t IWYn' Cf; i and -- $F 17 WV""Thank Duke's" Mixture for Them" SfiH ai I 1 iw ttfStsxia!:'!', f f.'.'sxccgsaa?f YTgjffiySgg535tCg t7Wm&3XiH!ZXll Winter Tourist Tickets HOW ON SALE TO ALL WINTER RESORTS ROUND-TRIP boj-do.- J.C.M0LARY UNDERTAKER nratlon listhonro-Dru- i knoTii Iva v4B and EMBALMER i and acne. A alaglo upnlJrution will utunllr clvo inuuuuuuemici. ini uurnmi;, iniEutintf inunm-mutlo- n quietly eu'.elJcs and uo suras dry and disappear. The rive.rirnn nlvA I. niw nut tin In ?JV and 60 cent packaged and auld by nearly oil druselstn. r you ran ordi-- dlnx.t from hiramon It. O. Co. ioa take fit., cIiIcdko. III., aud It Mil bo int noet- naia upon rrcetuc or urue. It is mi icmodr for rvrofuloas aifoftlans. crncVuii strin and scalp minors. Ins remedy (or eczema. rlmnUs, ruimlnr'aortf, piles wounili, burna, salt rlieiim, rlnsr-wor- a caamnjcon. pOlllltlQll OlUt rncnt llut for n yonrs lini proron Ita va'ront ncai- - talrr. -It li r cowpeas.' - The man paused for a moment tic fore he continued; "You know, the call It the Uojs' Corn club. Why. IV learned more about corn In the uih two years than both of my boys pi together. I tell you what I'm piln' ti do. 1 am Roln' to plant Just half n much lauu as usual In corn nox spiliiK-- . nn' I'm koIu' to try to ralp Just the same number of bushels Then I'll have tho rest of the land fo ti Every member of your family will appre ciate the many handsome, useful presents you & Q :an get free with the coupons now packed in illillllM SPECIAL Lonrj fy FARES TO wj&ypeA4 Flodda, CuBa, New Orleans, Panama tSktM. 2 si i 9 6 '$ tti Rotten Limit. Fall Stop-Ov- er Privileges. Threq through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Houte. Double daily 'through service tc New Orleans, Elec- igutccl citapmeut. including rulltnan DrawinR-KooSleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. m S vi Stanford, Ky. to Wantuu: An industrious mm rcpreseut onu o' tlie most ex TTnir?lili1ar'"' Mounl Vemon.-iyionument- " THE AVERAGE YIELD OF COKN IN KENTUCKY IS TWENTY-NINAN IN- BUSHELS PER ACRE. nnmoi7i An T?itM ntriinn? - nn. VjuiAon . ,m r U w.v, ciici uuouni.n AT i vuunuiiKvuicu v ueii you; ACnK WOULD MEAN $12,000,000 etthe up to date cahle. 00 CENTS PER BUSHEL, emple spectacles, fitted at S. '1 Franklins new sliop, next door E tensive njanulactwers of Homo Remedies, Spices, Extracls, Soaps Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stock Jnd Poultry Preparations in Rock castle or adjoining Counties, Representative must luruish suit-thlconveynuce. Large profit Ad-- j tnd a peimanent position iress I ue American Remedy Co., riffin, 0. e During- the exhibit a number of re ports came In concerning the i;reai size of some of the crops this season It Is very probable that a great mini ber will exceed th( 100 bushel mark which was not reached lust season, FIVE THOUSAND HOYS JOINED THE BOYS' COIIN C1,UBS THIS YEAR. I FOUn THOUSAND UKKW AN ACHE OF COUN nNDEU GOVERN MENT INSTItUOTION. GOOD THING WHEN THEY FIND IT. - Duke's Mixture Is one nf the bis favorite brands for both pipe and cigarettes Men everywhere prefer it, because of its true natural tnliiiccn taste. Duke's Mixture is simply the choice leaves nt fine Virginia and North thoroughly aged, stemmed and Carolina' bright leaf crumbled. It's impossible to' get a purer smoke or a more likeable one than this mild, neb, fragrant Liggett 4 Myert Duke's Mixture. One and a half ounces of this choice' granulated tobacco cost only Ac and with each sack you get a book ol cigarette papers FREE. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen Si Crescent Route, or apply to It. C KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. issFiiWitisraWsrjrTt1 :"iW,j7g,! i sj$ Jp i3 to those who net nstho Jr $Jr J m33 1 THE- BOYS KNOW A The Presents are FREE They do not cost you one penny. In each 3c sack of Duke's Mixture we now pack a free tyitb these coupons you can get any present coupon. Liggett. $ Mycrt O C-- 1 IN VJT (jfl V Jud IN .t .- i l. iWiii-Zrra- ?r&K'.;.fliKffi tcasivnww tut article described in our new illustrated catalogue of presents. As a special offer, WIJ''..; re 1 r.ji-T- i I il lllill 'rTf '"ZXZXra" MAanziiNC - AWAY Let us show you how you can Bliiijily by fonvardiiiir fo p.V tih-iHTaaWf to Jonas MeKjuzio's storo gt. rftti m i,frji j !l ijl good during December and January only, we will give you this cata-lo- g abcolvtdy FREE. and THE DSLINCHTCB all in ailditlon to liberal commissions. 'WOfiKS Of find FOUND, thcplaee to buy Spectacle's Gold, " POUND. A StomachPains and Indigastloneansed me great dhtress tor two years. I tried many thlnga for relief, but uotllttlebelp, tillot laitlfound it in tho boat pills or modlclno I over tried Simply send us your name and address. Coupons from DUKE'S MIXTURE mar ie aucrlid with Tim trom HORSE SHOE, J. T.. 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