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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913011701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $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. DibCUJAm VttuHMalwa C '7"'" T V ' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. H. . it Af . XL l' . V imA i yMttul MT. VERNON, .ROCKCASTLE OdTJKTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1913. imOUHEAD. Miss Dora Blanton spent from Saturday until Tuesday in Mt. Vernon the guest of Miss Ida May Adams. Henry Anderson calling whs in Crab Orchard Monday night. K. R. Gentry fill Established 1887 DUMBER 16 ANNOUNCES FOR SHERIFF from Mt Vernon Miss Minnie lliatt ei)t huiiduy in the Hiatt section j the guest of Mrs. Cash Hiatt. G 1' Sutton, 01 Lexington, was on his way to see hero Tuc.-dahis father; at Level Green, who is dangerously ill. Mr mid Mis, Allen Hiatt urn vUiting relatives at. Quail this week. Mrs. J J. Painter is up iroin Lebanon Junction for a ftW das down Wednesday. s y LOOK HERE! iassaJirT ;r thisAVtek. Kills Wilinott rail at a-- Mil ret GUARANTEE '; Mrs. I'reaehersville are spend ng a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mrh'. R O. Christie Jfjl.ii Uobins. reunud to her houie at Hide field W. Vh made his usual burg Sunday. Mr, W. P. Rigsby, of Now dm V.!k-r:"- m l 'f Again we come .to you with, this; ' our once a year ' afier spending nUViral Why Clothcraft Insured Clothes Cost No More , CAM MULLINS. To the Republicans of Rockcastle : Than Take-a-t- f Chance Clothes if makers had to . use ordinary clothes- Oam Mullins. Adv. making methods. night, Victor Owens and Miss Jellico But the Clothcraft organisa- LittleLI VlNtiHl'ON. Sam ins Maggie Mink eloped towile. G.and Charles and Jack D. Wero made man and Franklin and measles. house 66 years' experi- have Bernard, of S.C. Vernon, were Cook hasm'dvedofinto his newwas in tion through its Mt. son, Brodhead, Ben Lamb, between tiains Sunday. J. our town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. hero clothes-makinhas P. E. Drummond, has returned Jessie Frq'nch, were called to ence in good and reports his on account of developed a system ol scientific from Knoxville improved Little RrodheadJames Lamb, the death mother much who died Mrs. Clifford Amyx is very sick of Sunday (.night. M. L. Hamlin tailoring that, by simplifying op measles. Elmer Lechleiter. of hs a position as fireman on the who is in the insurance C. V Division of the L. N., and in our town erations and cutting out waste of business wasSams, dispatcher, left for Corbin, Monday. M r. and J.gW. Mrs. Davjd Lindsay have returned for a to efiort and material, has greatly has been v.ry sick at thisfew days from iJ'isitVan relatives hi Pennwriting. sylvania!' but is some better Swearingan arid Hettio Owens, who has daughter, of McLean, wlio cost of making reduced the been ycry sick with measles is has been visiting relatives here some better A Jittje child of Mr through the holidays, returned quality. and Mrs. Buck" Howard is very houie Vqn left Scages, t. ; JL,- CLOTHCRAFT Clothes would the After careful consideration I have decided to enter the race for Sheriff, subject to the action of the Republican party at the August primary. 191SJ. I have been a republican all my life, have done all in my power to advance tho interests and powers of the party I love so well, and at this time, I come before my fellow republicans asking this recognition. I made the race for jailer four yeats ago and was defeated. Many of the people of Rockcastle know, me, and those I do not know, I hcpe to meet in person, and as soon n's possible. Those who care to know anything of my life I ask you to inquire of my neighbors where I have lived. II elected I promi.e faithful service, such as an officer should render and I desire to add that if successful in my race Dee Cummins and Jack Abney will be my deputies. Trusting that my claim sliall have tho.cafc'ful consileratonol4vgry.Ropiib'lican in the ' .. county, I beg, to remain 1. Yours vety truly,. - .l - - g, of & Sun-di- with-sacrifici- ng 111., nnd months with Mr Mrs 11 E Christie Mrs. J. W. Proctor who has beeu serious 'y7arsitrassBzg,.Tsre.?frr'a t ly ill for the past week is slightly improved. Born to tho wile of T. K. Francisco a fine baby. Deputy Sheriff Griffin was in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 8". T. Proctor, of Mt. yWWWWRBPWBWjIMMWBMMKS Vernon, Were here Sunday to see Mr. froctor smotner who is and very sick. We understand- that a of debate between the Rev. Wallace quickly prices shelves and a Baptist and Rev. Roberts, of the Church of Christ, will take counters of store (. place at the Baptist Church here pockets and the into the last of this month or the first of next. Both gentlemen are ets of distinguished debaters, and are from Illinois. It will be, re- - ' '&iEfata.: Sale raeinberqdtbat.thoJUvT Robefisj held V six days debates ' Willi "a mmmmm-mmLatter Day Saint at this place .r- about three years ago. Prank 1 "We"spare rio goods ' Brooks, 6f Harlan, was with relatives here first of the week. in Charlie (Mutt) Chandler is assisting the Cashier at the CitiSale All goods zens Bank now. Most every . 1 t A It cue weep y u price day we hear of a now candidate County AtJudge, for County the bone. prices are sliced torney, Sheriff or some of tho principal oonnty offices, un I profit is left for respectfully also a new candidate for post request you , mastti occasionally, but from the number of candidates it seems prices everything will go that more people want the post office at this place than any of Gome early goods the county offices. Walter R. goods go. so Robins was in Mt. Vernon Sunday. rf for we ry w, fe This annual grinding down to smashing empty the our big puts money pock our our customers who patronizes the -- "' " 1 the Pre - Inventory our are & our in to No us. We to get busy NOW. At our smashed fast. and get the you want. All our winter must that may have room our spring stock m m i fa-da- to use makes it fit and that cloth and would to Yet Clothcraft Clothes high cost you $J0 to $25, oo re-Mil- ts Mrs. Qscar Argenbright, who has been visiting relatives at of clothes-makin- g, science Corbin has returned homo. W. possible expensive all-wG. Nicely has taken charge of the Eight Gables Hotel aim now will produce clothes in style, Ltry his hand nt dishing out grub believe to the public Mrs. C. A. BJan-forordinarilv lead you service has returned from Parksville priced after a few day's visit with relawere tives. Mrs. Sue Mullins and Miss only Bertha Hickswereju London, Sun day. The banquet at the Masonic mont even at usual good hall, Saturday night, given by the On top of this, tho clothes prices, of Olothomft ScienMasons, was well attended after At $10 to $25 you really the installation ol the officers. All tific Tailoring are so ure niul efficient that the makcan't afford to wait an present were invited to the dining other day before at least foom, wljore a bounteous table ers absolutely' guarantee was spread and all erjoyed theminvestigating them, ' to bo disappoint-monbproo- f them selves to the full extent. Dr. R. Wo are jvady fund wait- Q. Webb was toast master, and he. which means ing for yon,, tml wo'll be lias an eye to business. The Iqdies that they are insured for p e,an't Reserve much credit and received nil wool, good tailoring, disappointed it fine line of manyhanlfs for the wfl-- fcjiey conshow you our lasting shape, satisfactory Clothes for ducted their part of the program, wear and service. After refreshments wore sepvod Fall and Winter, thsro wero several good spoechos, Wo know you will ap- and a good time was had. f t Clothes There preciate them,. wouldn't bo a bad invest- were visitors from London and Other Megs present The following attended tho Masonic banquet ot Mt. Vernon, Monday night from A Safe and Sane Investour city : Mr. and Mi's. Jb'o ment 4130, Tho Clothcraft O'Mary, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blue Serge Special, $18.50. .Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Knlit),' G. C. Kjdwell, C J. Rjce, J. P. E! Drunimonds, Misses Nettie nice, Carry and Ella Mae Farloy j n Ilayse has old his house and Jot k.1. on high streot to Mr. Maiden Summers; price paid $223. -- Alvln Oarico is visiting relatives at Paris, sick.-- This improved d . - Creek 'for Illinois about eight years 'ago. J, A, Oliver has measles in his family, but are get ting along oil right. There are about twenty oases of measles in handling some our town nd it vory rdugh. bil Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, was hero Sunday. There will be another wedding to report before long, Aro we right, Bill? Judge Whitt says the waters wero higher than he has ever seen Ihehrbefore, or It lurked that way toil .man up a tree Little Elizabeth Lemunds, who is atteuding School at Mt. Vernon, wus with home folkSiSunday. Hugh Stews art, who has been visiting in, Cincinnati, has' roturi.ed home. Matt Mink has, moved jnto his hou,se purchased from Bijl Hi Qwens, aijd Jamps Jprxes has house yachted by nipved jnto . ie'a-tjye- Clothcraft Qwens. iivus. Mrs. .J M. TjVui'G'wati fibadon, Saturday, vliUliig rela 31.othcra HOW'S THIS, that cannot bo cured by Hall's Calitrrh Cure. ?. We offer One Hundred Dillir Reward for any case of Catarrh J, CUBNKY & CO., Cot-tongl- Tolodo, We, the undersigned, Ituo known P. J. Cheney sjor the Ins 15 years, and believe' Mini perfectly honorable in all business transflnanclally able to actions nnd carry out any obligations made by his firm, COM-MERC- 0. rivitgllT & McBEE THE y "y " CLOTHCRAFT STORE NATIONAL BANK OF Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting diroctiy upon Ky.tms has returned from Paris. Tonpj system.and mucous surfaces of the Tcstimonlrls sent free uiu reiiuington has returnee Prlqo 75 cents per bottle. Sold irom ruuuoucu. Ky., and wil by all druggists. Every worthless an ' has a wife move his family in one of th Titicr uairs ivainuv di u for and many of them have two.' or Ward houses. On last, Kund'a constipation, three wck.-.R.j,n,inond OLD TIMERS QF R;OCK- CASTLE, I was reading the Mt. Vwnon SiqNAi, last night. Yqu ased for information in regard to old timers of Rockcastle county from anybody so disposed to give you the desired information. So here goes for What I know In that line. The Rev David Carson was pastor of Providence Church which is in He West end of your oounty. was tho leader of that flock the year of 861 and along there that Is as far bark as I can remember. The church was and is today tho Christian or Campbellite or water dog. The Rev. James Azbill preached through and in fact nil over that county at that time ting same doctrine as Carson. Later on Azbill had a brother, O.vt ric-nAzbill who followed, tfoe saffleHue. Then, there was qnpUier preacher beforet J have seen hjm but did, oap him preach nor do I nof lenow what was his belief hut I think ho was ahnid shell Baptist He preached at Mt. Pleasant Church, his name was Riohard Collier. He was an uncle of the late Rev. S. Collier,of your county. Aivl tiic'i there was Martin Owons I heuid him preaah fifty years ago. I I had lime I could tell you as much about some of the old timers of that county of 50 years ago as anybody, so no more on that line I want to say something else and that is just this toll all of Democratic frleuds to all pull together this time and work for J. C. W. B. who is a candidate foi U. S. S. from this State. Geo. V, Reynolds,. Car Inspector, Cdrbin Yards, Corbin, Ky.. Jan. 5th. 1013 1 , r . ''i i --A W LISTEN A ! 'It s Here you will find the largest stock of Dry Goods, the largest stock of Clothing. the largest stock of Hardware, the the largest stock of Furni- ture. Paints. Oils, Glass & .Stoneware and everywttifc'Sri,, thing you can think 4,.' tM,,B;a of, ' 1, .p.ttia-'-n .. ':i di A Kegular & Department Store 5 46 $''$$ ( Trade with us this year and we will SAVE YOU A ROLL OF GREENBACKS BIG ENOUGH TO CHOKE A COW 1 ! i V ' 4 i4, ... ...... anr beautiful Any wife whose husband comes ML VERNON SIGNAL home showing signi that the has a girl. Will borne, in and one H'tle Dayton, lives Water Wagon sldddoed may con- Onio, and has two little girls, Friday, Jan. 17, 1913 by com- Annn is still with us, but a your-mafirm her worst followed her out here fr m pelling him to say Dayton and I suppose we'll loi SCHWIND SWITCH Published every Ftiday by If he gets by with it he is entitled h- -r soon, and then it will be n EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. to be considered sober, whether lonesome time for the "old folks at home". It litis been 4 oarthe is or not Inct AllTI1(.r. Qlllnn ,wm ,,rvimt tn ... . .. . r. tt $1.00 UU8CRIPTION ONB YEAR ua.aweit i;anvi., :.i. Port,Bndi bul ,he firhl yea. j -' ( j ..j--t- . rn.Vin aiai'iV 115 ORDER FOR GR'ADED 40 t3 Sea,'gins, Kin 6)3 Cmwiiy Tmmas. H C r3 A D Knuckles f 12 mm III 'II IIMIII1 HMi1 Kllil fl IW I ii I - 11 -- i --- v ? IX donations etc., nmountinR to 0flIifornia ,eav, than w 5on nnn will add new build- wile una (laugnter Here, I was in made known on Advertising rates ings and change its name to Ken jSaU Frand!)(.0 ,ej and Los A application tucky Woman's College. most of the tune. I came bach Having experienced several here the fall of 1009 and have neglected Christtnares we were been here over since. Previous to MItMBHR 01' not surprised that Santa (Jlaus tied coming heie. I had charge of tin KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION knot in our stocking and let it State of Louisiana representing the Proctor & Gamble Co., of Cinti go at that. (of Ivory Soap fame) for 14 years Somk boys believe that "inten My family livod in Dayton Ohii dve farming" must mean doing I epiMid from two to thr?e month' chores in the evening until it is home eVcry year. I thought I'o time to milk the cows in the get rid of asthma is the reason ' morning. gave up that plce to come here. ANNOUNCEMENTS. but I did uct. I heard some Unit FROM THE GREAT NORTHJAILER since that our good old friend D WEST. We Aie Authorized to Announce N Williams h d passed over tht FRANK BAKER followiug letter to one of The river. I thought ol him immediately As n candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle ourcitzens is from S. W. Paris when Wils was elected president BUbject to the notion of tho Republican who was a merchant here back party, Augut-- Primary, 11)13. how he would, hive enjoyed il in tbe 8o's and had his store How Well I remember in i8&, where J. Fish and Son now do SHERIPT. when Cleveland was elected, he 11 business aud his residence tho! We Are Authorized to Announce front of the Jot, liu hotel got on CAM MULLINS building now occupied by C. C a box which I had turnishec As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle Williams (boxes at the other stores having of the Eepublican subject to tho action ''It has been many times I have been burned up and I was trying party, August Primary, 1913. bought of vou, "together vviih save a few. but I rolled them ou the other Mt. Vernon folks iu when it was the last chance) "CoMunULAND Gap to the Blue the last 20 years and wondered Grass" is the slogan of the moun- what you all were doing and when called upon to speak and ul tains. "On to the Cumberland Gap' .vbc were still ou this side the he could say was "Gentlemen and A ip echoed to the Blue Grass. fellow citizens, I am too full for long journey we all must take. A National highway over Boones .ew days since, I received a card utterance" and melted down like trail from the historic gap tf with the name James Maret. with a wet towel, "all in tears" If ht Crab Orchard a distance of 98 the "a" in the "M" just like you made a mistake it was of tin head and not the heart. I miles to be built at tbe expense ol wrote it over 20 years ago and it him one ol my bes government is a live kindled our natioual within me a desire, to friends. in the Eleventh district question make an effort to get a long letter Wben the Republicans get us and wtll be put up to the various from you. vVill you take notice to good a man in there as Taft am. We this? candidates for Senatorship. for I am hungry for just the people of the mountains, be such a letter, as I am, well aware then throw himover, like they did because he would uot join in their Jieve the Blue Grass will stand bj of the fact, that you can write it us and assist iu putting a bill if you waut to, that would b rotten politics it is tune for them through Congress appropriating a very interesting to me. Well old to go. My boys both voted fo Wilson, but of course I voted foi sufficient amount to cover the ex friend; there is a good smart of said Taft, but I knew he had nochanre pense of the construction span of country between us, but pretty painful I should have whole cost, inThe highway. that should not weaken tbe tie of doubts in my mind, in regard to cluding bridges should not exceed friendship. I will .not undertake this jvJoo,ooo. couutrv ol ours if thev This amount c;mpared to say anyUiing about this cpuntry should ever elect Rosevelt again. with the many mil'ions paid by as am sending you under another I Jur State into the National treas cover the New Years Edition of If Wilson caul keep harmony in iiry, every month in the way of the Oreganican, one of our Port-lau- both houses, in bis party we will have a good administration. If internal revenue taxes is a mere Papers, and it will tell you you should ever visit the Pacif! We think the time bagatelle. about the country, and I want North-West- , remember our latch should not be far off when the old you to look over it carefully and .saying "the mountain don't get string hangs outside for all tv t it will give you an idea of Port tiothin nohow" ought to undergo land Vernon Iriends. Remember me and viciuity. We have roses a, radical change. kindly to everybody and especially A highway ol in our house pulled off rose this kind would bo of more im bushes in our yard every day you and yours. I urn now, and always, mediate benefit to largo portion., so far. My family are all wrll but Your friend, of Kentucky, Tennessee and Vir- myself, I still have that terrible ginia than all the lock and darning S. W. Paris. asthma that I have been running of the various streams could give from for so many years. My in years to come. Such a highwaj Frank, is married and lives Generally speaking, the man would be in existance but a short sin, here in Portland, he is very wttli tbe unpronouncable name is time until it would be tapped by prosperous in business hero, and called "Dutch". turnpikes from various counties-Jyinalong and adjoining the ninin thorofare. The Signal wishes to have on the Editorial expression from Coup'er Journal, The Times, The Herald and Evening Post, Lex ington Herald and Leader ' as well as all other Blue Grass papers The Eleventh district papers will coutinue to advocate and work for this proposition until tho desired end is accomplished. . 1 1 11 t flway-considere- iiioie.,,, d PRECINCT No. 4, SctUVel Cave. 7 2 Austin, Henry 50 Jao Itowintin flown an, Jax 30 Henry Anglin 4 Ul Rockcastle County Court Order oTark, Lester fall Vina Croucher A 111 4 37 At the Regular Term of this Gadd, John S 35 Cale Gndd held on the 3 day of Dec. Onilil, Chas, Nit 60 Nlcl: Chnitenn !i 95 rourt R A Suiuford 1912.it appearing that a petition Hart, A CEmma 100 Dan Augllu 10 2i 3 05 Ilcnslcy, 90 signed by fifty legal qualified Harris, W B 3o II L Hewlett 3 05 white voters was filed with the Jbvner. K 4 45 35 Mom; Amdln 7 07 County Court Clerk at the last Kirby, Laton 170 Jas Perkins 0 05 40 I E Croucher legular term of tint court asking Miller, V V 3 05 dis- Pennington helrsOG J II Wolf ihata graded common school 40 Roht Chetduut 4 37 Plgc, 'Hiram trict be organized with its bound Richmond, Kent OS Jniuea Grant 0 lo ary as follows: 0 Ci Rector, I) G 80 Major Gadd Beginning at Nancv Bales on Russell & Co 200 II Lovett 7 00 3 05 Rockcastle River, excluding her; Rich, Nannie 40 J, W Todd 50 John Decs 3 05 theuco to Bill Bales excluding him; Sears, Will fenires, Surada 50 II C Rowlett 5 10 thence to John Baxters excluding iSwinford Heirs 50 Albert Hart 2 71 him; thence to the lettered rook; PRECINCT No. 5, Crookedcrcek. thence to Thomas Dees including IJowles, Mat 40 A C Carpenter 4 07 him; thence to the George Fettn Durham, ED 50LDMu!Hns 3 70 out place near crooked bridge- - itabburd, Green 40 V M Harnett 4 i)i 4 3: thence to the Lee Arnolds place ex Isaacs. Sanford 25 G Philbeck the Stevt Martin, W A 30 Janes Durham 5 37 eluding him; thence to MeCraeken 8 30 Moore place on Rockcastle Rivei; McCrncken.TonioO John 4 73 McGuiro, Chas 25 MStngcton thence with the Laurel county line ahelwn, Geo 50 S Singleton 4 04 to the beginning and that the site No. 0, Orlando. PRECINCT for the school house of aid pro -flerson, V F 02 GcoWAnderson 0 31 posed district is the old .school Bako , V H 15 Tnek I,ntigford 1011 aud 1012 40 05 ouse site, which is within tin 7 20 42 W II Proctor limits of the town of Livingston llullock, Ed Robinson, ST HO John Melliirgue U 37 wtiich site is cettified to be no PRECINCT No. 7. exceeding two miles from an, 00 John Jonc-- i 7 r.0 boundary of the said Dalley, W II part of tho 20 Allen Mouuce 5 22 proposed district and it appealing Cox, II Irani 50 Joel, English 4 L7 Clark, Tom also that said petitioners are tax Durham, Hardin 30 John Moblcy 3 40 payers legal voters and restdoitfc Dcnlnim, Neut 50 J V Owens 4 37 of the proposed graded common Gentry, J E, town lot, Livingston 54 G05 II Jim Hall school district and it further ap Hellar'd, TJ 4 3! llensley, Ham 50 Joe English pearing that the County Supereii 21 John McKinley 5 37 Unit), Joe tendent hes endorsed on Magee.H D, 2 town lots, Livingston 15 2S petition his approval of same and larshal, Gabe 50 Dock Jones 2 77 47 Vm Napier hat a majority of the trustees 01 .link, John 6 5L 3 7c 30 Robt. leuel iteuner, J A each common school district th. will bq embraced within said pro DISTRICT No. 8. posed graded common school Mize, Tom 4 31 70 Will Rener district in whole or in part havi Price, John A 100 J E Rullock 4 31 40 J M Oliver 5 32 endorsed their approval on said Ray, M K 30 J R Chllclres '4 31 t'uylor, Jas petition as provided by law and PRECINCT No. 0. the couit being sufficiently advisei Logsdon, Jane 50 David Elder 3 32 ordered that the sheriff ot 4 W T Taylor 3 50 be and is hereby director Price. W A GO J J Hrown 8 37 Todd, Willie to cause a poll to be opened an PRECINCT No. 10, Ilrodhead. an election to be held at theschot 50 LewisVanhoolc 7 50 di.-- Admins, CA house of common school M 8 Catherine- Evans No. 14, on tbe 8th da Mal.ard, J strict. mil and 1012 5 01 ,,T I this-count- bCHOOL ELECTION AT LIVINGSTON J a kJ Birdsell WA.Ih1NQ il ii u u ! .! nu 2 di IF SOLD BY t..V w Joe North Main No Street The Prosperity of the Community 1b largely relleeted in the bank lt That is where tbo foundations of prosperity arc laid for very many people, and will be laid for many more. No honest, serious minded persons nre denied the privileges of an association with this Kink. There are none whose dealings arc to unimportant to recelru considerate attention. THE PEOPLES BANK Vlee.-Pros. V. G. HAKER, President. J.P.E. DRLTMMOND, E.L.THOMl-SON.Jr., d NOTICE & MILLER BEAZLEY will hold the First Annual Horse Sale At the Mt Vernon Fair Grounds of Feb. 1913 the same being 41 days or more alter thj eiitp' f this order fort the.vpi'irp'ir',e, ot taking tbo sense of the legal whin, voters residing within the boun dary oi the .caid proposed g'radtc common school district whethei there shall bo levted uiid collectec an annual tax of not exceed in . 50c. on each 100 of property sub ject to slate and county taxatioi owned bv white persons and no exceeding $1 25 nf poll tax 01 each mulo inhabitant of saic proposed Graded Common schoo district over at years of age foi tbe purpose of establishing and maintaining a guided cummot school therein as provided b Tin the common school law. ofllcers of said election will also cause the legal voters of said pro" posed graded common .school dis trict to vote for six peisons to b. trustees of same in ciSe said Tnj The offkertshall be approved. oi said election will make retur. in due form of the result of sani at the earliest day practicable. L. W. BkthurUM, J. R. C. C. Copy Alt. S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. Cashier. KF-W- i r liowers, Mrs. Snnimers, town lot urocuienil 428 Brown, J M, 5 tywn lots, Ilrodhead 4 2S Kvans, John K, i town lots, Hrodh'd 4 80 rom Franeis.-o'towlot iu Prod-hea- d n CLAUDE O COX.Ass't. Cash .. for years 191o, 1011 A; 1012 12 Gi lilton, Emley, town lot, Urodhcad 2 82 Preston, Lenard, town lot, Hrodh'd 3 00 Preston, D l, town lot, Brodhcad G 40 PayncSamu 1, 14ucrson Copperc'k 2 12 5 GI 05 Joel Weodall Roberts. Lon PRECINCT No. 11. Chastccn, H L 15 Will Young Parker, Mary C 80 Ike Letter 4 4:. t 2 7J ftDoe&Sfc yfrc$D$oc8 UKAIJVIL-L.fUWINtS c. T.J. NICELEV. d. R. O. f UNDERTAKER She -- I think Mr. Binks is a promising young man. He Yes, that's about all ycu can get out of him. Brodhead Ky tt ibei.. I P R. H. CONOVER MT. VERNON, KY. Baker Building, Up Stairs. Rooms recently occupied by Drs. field & Harris. Dentist ' COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mall, Telograph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. yc&yc Hat $25$ cSeae$6noc -- :"rod OF l the class of Senatorial can didates tuto books. 'Beckham, if you are given the senatorial toga will vou give your best efforts and aid in putting through congress a bill appropriating fluids to build a National highway from Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard, a distance of 98 miles, there to connect with Kentucky's fine system of turnpikes? CougusHoaii Stanley ditto, ditto. Yes ditto to all declared and pros pective candidates for the Senatorship. The Eleventh district is lookin' at ye' and will continue its penetrating gaze upon you until that August election day "Ex-Govern- Call MARCH 6 & 7, 1913 MT. VERNON, KY. Seudfor Entry Blanks, Miller & Bkazley Alt. Vernon, Ky WIND force at tbi blow with terrific far north and play havoc with the slcin, causing red, rough 01 sore chapped hands and lips, tha need littcklen s Arnica salve t Ileal thorn It makes tho skin Unriveled 101 sou and sniooth. , also bums, boils, sores ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis cold-sores- FRIGHTFUL POLAR v. j A Cost tho hot raiser millions or dollars Jnst yciio and nothing short of vnccinntion seemed to offer the slightest jiromise on c lire Prevention, however, is the logical sblution of tho question. Dr. Hess. (M.D.. D.V.S.) has alwavs maintained that bv srivijiir Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen evorv organ in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with JJr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would prevent an outbreak of this disease. HOG CHOLERA THE :x3f snail SCOURGE :sk '., Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says ten." Alex. Nevius, Mode&ta, 111. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Knnssas State College says about preventing Hog Cholera : Sheriff s Land Sales " During 1911 our country was visited by one of tho worst hog plagues ever known. Wo fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred und For Taxes WANTED LABORERS Highest prices paid for good labor Steady work, AN exchange says that a good many people and papoiS are already leaving off the s and writirg parcel post. Why not leave it jest as the government started il? When you Say pattils po-.you naturally think that you are going .to get two bundles. t BIG CREW WANTED I or my deputy will on Monday Pebruay lo, 1013, (being regular county court) at the front door of tho Court house In Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale to the highest and host bidder the following tracts of land in Rockcastle county, Ky., for taxes due the count) and State for the year 1012 except as otherwise specified. PRECINCT No. 1, E. Mi. Vernon Tax & No. of Cost Name Acres Neighbor 11 25 100 W H Fish Adams, Ed 5 53 50 Fray Lay Lay, John Stokes, J W.NR.town lot.Mt Vernon 5 17 PRECINCT no, 2, W Mt. Vernon Asher, F R, town lot, Mt Vernon 28 " 4 Clifford, S M, town lot1, 63 44 4 03 120 R V Menifee 5 64 20 II H Helton 24 54 60 J N Griffin A good cook can take an old AT ONCE TIE KENTUCKY PORTLAND CEMENT shoe, a little salt and some edible, debris of various sorts aud make .a soup from them which would cause a Republican to forget last November's election and sing for oy. Some persons are Menifee, A C, Menifee, R V Taylor, T G are taken from tho United Stater. Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. Feed your hogs to prcvont disease and expel worms. When we recall the conditions which favor tho disease and the manner in which its infection takes nlaeo, It will be seen that feeding and earing of hog has much to do with tho prevention of the Cholera. Premises shot Id he cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs thoiuselvca should be dipped every few wooks. Main.iilninff thoso conditions helps to keen np tho vitality of the hog and in this way troublss of all kinds are waided off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, tliobullotin recommends a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Hicarhonato, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium . Hyposulphuto and Dlack Antiiu benpflcnl but would cost the hog raiser about This formula, given in toblespoonful doses would undoubtedly be 10c pr pound. . Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which Is vastly superior and has stood ' the test of 20 years. QUASsrA. Digestive- & General Tonic. Expels Worms NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP sODA.Laxutivo&actsupontheLfver. SULPHATE OP IRON, Blood Builder &Expols Worms. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appeti.er. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NITRATE OP POTASH, Acts upon tho Kiducys. FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatio. This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written guarantee and only costs 8c per month for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients af .thy, with a of , bom bsdd-beade- bald-heade- d. Some acquire ness, and Providence give some pt 'em bald-- of hair because they on tho inside, are y bald-heade- d CO: I PINE HILL, COAL 4 KY. PRECINCT No. 3, Rouudstono 85 CarrollMartin 5 00 Byrd, Green Blazer, Frauk 45 H II Duggcr 3 05 3 51 4 Snyder Edwards, H J 5 63 50 G S Wren Gadd, W M 25 J W Lambert 5 07 Knuckles, Ad Martin, Johnny 32 Sam Lambert 7 07 4 03 30 J W Kirby Owens, James 5 68 Pullena, Geo 25 Conway 4 91 3 Jas Taylor Qulsenberry, - known. one of the foremost coal when the weatner will permit, ana you win niivu no wsn Dr. Hess Stock Tonic solution Sprinldo the runs andslodping.quartors Dr. Hoss Dip and Disinfectant Alsodipyour this tar, creosote disinfectants u-ui- urease. hogs with solution S3 lb Poll SI.Co. IOO 1 bo 95.00 NAS McKENZIE, I. I, s--f-- deler MT. VERNON, KY. i ," i tet A, I J ) &Ai- - . ''- - mtCiem MT. VERNON SIGNAL MT.VKHNON, Ky., Jan. 17, 1913 yy C ten 79 youwanltoCommuiil. onto wltll HIUISVI i, ij ""Fish's clothing values are talk of the country. Bov Sweaters lor 19 cents, at FlSH'S have slashed the prices Fish's. Some interesttug lef.ers in this on nU winter Kopds. The Mult & Jeft moving picture issue read thetrt. s'.iow starts at 7 o'clock every Watch the Commorcial Club grow in numbers strength and night in the week, except Suuday. Our Commercial Club adopted a motto of one word, but one with Fish's are offering Mens Fur Caps $2 values just to close them a world of good intent, "Cooperation." out at Si. 19. Something Mt. Vernon has Lost:- - Locket and chain. V. E. needed for lo these many years, Findor D. engraved on locket. please return to this office and a Commercial Club which is now on deck with the goods. receive reward. The Mutt aud Jeff moving Rockcastle has a population of The Signai. hes a circula- picture shows each S turday 15,000. Doors open 2 p. in. contion oj i.sod or Ij foi every ioo' inhabitants. Are you one of the tinuous show until 4 p m. Admission 5 and 10 cents. 1500?. The annual meeting of the stockpounds each Pour brick of 5 were received by parcel post in holders of the Mt. Vernon Fair two package from Koso Hill, Va., Association will be held in the addressed to J. W. Rider, this court house on Saturday, Jan. 27, They at o'clock. Every stockholder place a few days since. were samples from a brick plant asked to bo prese. t at that point. Our town putting on is Among the out of town pupils metropolitan airs now with its daily moving picture show and woo have entered during the past week are: Charlie Saturday matineunt the Mutt and Brown, Hugh Coffey, Hester Par- Jeff opera house iu Fish and sons, William Hiatt, Jesse Fish, Richards building. David Craig, Jones Pish, Swanaie Mr. B F. Sutton, father of our Price, Burdetto Cvens, Orrian townsman C. D. Sutton, died t Shutls, George Bray, Fannie Nor- his home near Wabd post office ton, Lulia Mae Norton, Claud Wednesday after an illness of Griffin and Hobert Griffin. several weeks, of tubeiculosiB. Dry Cleaning. Pressine. Hats The burial took place in the Freecleaned and blocked. That old, dom burying ground yesterday. old suit, or hat made to look like He leaves a wife and three sons. a new one. Prices reasonable A house I'or Saicb or Rent. Drop in and let us show you what and lot at Marotburg with good we can do. Phone 48. garden and barn and all necessary M.M.MULMNS, outbuildings. For lurther iqfor Opp. court house, Mt. Vernon, Ky, mation call on Atty. E. R. Gentry aftei-noon. LOCAL .v m AVE THE AT F FJ1 IFFERENCE Louitviuc wSS & usefulness. Nashville R. n. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 uortn... t 4.59 p m 24 uortn 23 south 21 South 3:53 am 11:38 aw 12:19 am Agent. TAS. LANDRUM, Phone No. 8. Kutered at the Aft Vernon, Ky. l'ostoffice at lecond'Clasa mall matter. PERSONAL Louise Iandrum has pneumonia. Chas. C. Davis was in London a fow hours Sunday. Lee Johnson was over from Richmond Sunday, County Clerk S. F. Bowman has keen on the sick list for a few days. Joseph Childress, ol Livingston was with relutivns here first of the week. Col. A. J. Haggard was over Tuesday on Brodhead from business. Miss Ella Francis has taken charge of a Sanitorium in Boone-vill- e Ark. Robert Harry Miller is in Lexington looking after some business NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE SOME MONEY ON OVERCOATS Just Received! HEAVY WINTER SUITS Famous Rubber Boots, Overshoes and Arctics WINTER UNDERWEAR fleece extra strong qual Heavy Work Coats ity High Top Boots PHjfln ii Another Supply of tha "Ball-Band- " Knitted linings, aouDio tmcn soles, neels, the kind. Come and pick your size and style. ' 1 Little 1 Sweater Coats mother Welch-Morro- And hundreds right now. of articles you need rifln tl Forth We need the room w.e need the money everyThis Is the footwear that 8,000,000 'people find best. You will swear by it, too, alter you find out how long It wears, what comfort It gives, and how econom- al it is. Double wear in every pair. -- A And that is why we have slashed the price on thing 'left in winter goods These low prices will surprise you patters. Thomas Rider has returned from a business trip to the- Lone - J. FISH & MaU orders, ordered sent AN D MT. VERNON'S LEADING CLOTHIERS fnrlffTBfirTI SON m vi i -- Star Sute. Will Msois, son of Mr. and Mrr. Luther Maniu has been very sick Jor several days. Mrs. Maggie Wells, of Casey (county, visited her nioce, Mrs. jSam Cox last week. Judge B. G. Bethururn, who underwent a serious operation, is getting along very nicelv. Mr, J, E. Cox, of Eat visited his sons, Samuel and Caswell Cox, tagt week. Mrs. W,J. Sparks and daughter, Miss Bess, will leave Monday for Florida to spend the winter. Mk. Georgia Klce is here from Colorado with her Mesdnrnes Miller and Davis. Chas. It. Riddle and sister Miss Minnie, of East berustadt, are spending the winter in Florida. Miss Frances Sparks left Tuesday lor an extended visit to frionds Boston and New JLn Washington, Bern-stad- t. " 1 Tne Mutt & Jeff Moving Picture shows are drawing largo crowds and all are well pleased. For the benefit of the country people the sjow will start at 2 o'clock, p. in. on Saturday' and continue The price of aduntil 4 p. in, Don't mission is only 10 eta. fail to drop in Saturday while you are iu towu for will certainly be well intertaiucd for the whole two hours if you desire to remain thtough the entire program. ot Vernon, or address me at Lebanon Junction. Mt by PARCELS POST, amounting to $1 or move and weighing not over 11 pounds, will be POST PAID, Orders sent by EXPRESS will bo prepaid anywhere when purchase is $5 or more. ' I7"3t Otto Reynolds. sisters Tork. Mt, and Mis. J. T; Gentry nud Mr. K&Jwell, of Lebanon Junction, were her for the Masonic banquet jMondav evening. Air. and Mr. Marshal, of East Berufitadf, were guote of Mrs. Mflfitot's brothers, Sam and Caswell Cose last' week. O D. 8won was called here Tuesday from his home in Kansas (Tift Kan, on account 01 tue death of his father. Logan R. Hughes, prominent Merchant and real ostate dealer, of Stanford, was with the family of IF. L. Tboaipson Sr. Surday. ijeorge Owvans and son, the hustling managers of "The Mutt & Jeff" picture show, ore putting or sobj good pictures this week . Mr. Guy itoberts has acceptor Welch-Morro- Effective with, the advancement the Mt. Vernon post office from fourth to third class, the S'undav hours are changed to conform to Sunday hours of otbar third class postoffjees, aud the General Delivery Window is now open for the delivery of mail but one our on Sunday, from 13:30 p, in. to 1:30 p.m. This hour has bien selected as being the most convenient to patrons, as it enable them to gee both the mail from night trains, which is opened up in tile morning, and the mail from the train arriving from" the, north ' at about 1 2 o'clock noon. The lobby will he open from 9 a. m. to 9 p. in. so that renters of boxes may have accesu to them. Malls are made up for 'outgoing traius, as usual. Tl?s annual officers banquet to the ladiOP given last Monday evening by the newly elected officers of Ashland Lodge No. 640 F. & A M. was couceded by nil to be the nicest one vet. Past Grand Master aud the Present Grand Secretaiy of the Kentucky Grajid Lodge Davo Jackson was the gjjucst.of Louor. Including the numbers and yjsjtiug brothers w ith tbei; wivp s and $w$fittaearts, there were ninety eight, besides, the sixteen young lfldj. s yvjjo acfed as Past Master jf W, waitresses Brown was mauler of ceremonies and those who responded were Orand Secretary Dave Jackson (UJd a position as teacher in Kcv, iG.eorge S. Watson, others Mr. Roberts is who were on the program beirg School. a splendid young man and vie unable to be prssant It iva.s indeed a most pleasant jvolcome him to our town, opening for.all. Uxs. Wiley Smith, nee Miss W. H , Jfjrior.aud Ijtoy Beazley Alive Lee H out and Mrs. K. L. are getting eotf ies and making arTowejry, n.'O Miss Mary Houk. of rangements for a big horse sale ip ITnnioainarii. llld.. arO Wltll Weir M(t. Vernon on March 6 and 7 IS sotneimng mjc. ww.. 193. lister, has Jong sjnoe peeded because Miss KameWno Price left of its geographical Jgefltiou being for a few days visit to her on the border Una between th.e brother, Dr. G. C. Price, in Ind. Blue Grass and the mountains. sale Rockcastle farmers aucb On her return Mass Price will will be worth much to you and we studies at Welch Mor- hope to see the farmers take an row. If vou have a Active interest. him in tliefiajo. T. C. Powell t former resident horse to sell enter the cosi is only $2 50 and whether of our town who is bow living at you sell or whether you buy or East Bernstadt wbb here a few whether von yon i ao euner mis hours Monday on Ills wey to visit lithe starting of an industry that K. Powell at will meAPmuch'to the faimers ,hls brother R. farmers ProKresv, 'Woodstock. take greatt interest in such sales. Mr. and Mrs. Joe (J'mara, ivir. (n other counties anl there is no Mis. GeterFalin Mr.and Mrs.,rea6on why Rockcastle formers Cottonglm, Charlie . and should not. assist in esiaousmng 11 W. OOluo uiuniei uu yvui jhui-k- . - J I Miss Nettie Rico, W Tf Orav. Bee Mr., Miller or Mr. Beasley Miss Carrie Farley and J P. E. WULU in'town and talk the natter Dnuromond were Livingston guests ov3r wUh them, for it certainly is at the Masoqic banquet Monday t0 the interest of all the people ' ,bat this Ba,e be raade a successevening. w It deals too this line, belore the awful leap Yen will remember the quality Cold Spring Harbor, New York, little if it knows. school at 10 a, m. Preaching at of Fish's clothes long after the has been at the Dormitory during with a phaso a condition (?) shall is tiken and the victims eo hurt- I J Prayer-meetin- g 1 1 a. m, and 6130 p. tn. .1 the past week and a chapel speaker we say which is not heard m gen. ling to ignominious aeatn a price is forgotten every Thursday oveulng on Friday morning, teel conversation. It may some-ime- s protracted living death. Let it be The celery u&ed at Monday at 7 o'clock. The book of ReveWhile we do not claim to have a be, is discussed, by some assumed that no Individual nights banquet was raised right lations is the study for next Normal course as we have no de- - noted p'lysician. a lecturer, to reference is made in this article, in" tdwn bv H. C Gentry. severpl months'. Public Invited here with our normal i "men only''. I doubt if a majority for the writer is not in possession sire to It was prb'nouueod to be the crisp-es- t schools, compete to attend all services. established and equipped, of our irirls. nerhans married of knowledge that would point to and most luscious vegetable in T. C. Dukb, pastor. for that work, we are giving to women, know of the condition to an individual in Mt. Vernon or that line ever used here. It is far our High School girls who expect which the writer refers And vicinity but we point to the article One day last week J. A. Lan ahead of the imported article. to teach and any others who are yet! yet, alas! Some know to their in question and beseech iathcr drum our railroad ageut had a Jesse Williams the tirst Master prepared to take it, a strong re- hurt Alas! "poor Jiramie Brown" and mother and town authorities letter from his son, Chester, who No. view of common school branches, The writer' has knowledge of that they watch, as those having is spending the winter in Florida, of Masonic Ashland Lodge 162 M. Vernon, orgauized about Theory and Practice with special some who met the fate of poor tho care and responsibility ol In which he says the thermometer i85o is yet liviug at the age of work on Rural School problems, Jiramie. Is it true that our girls human bodies and souls, remem was up in the 8o's and children He is Psychology .nd storv .telling, so have knowledge of some ot the ber that "eternal vigilance is tho were playing around barefooted. 03 In Carthage, Illiuois. On the same day Mr. Laudrum yet whole and hearty. He and his that they may not only be pre- pitfalls that may await them even price of human, welfare, as well brother William. Williams, ofiAztec pared for examiuation, but fbr u the sacred state of wifehood-- - as "Liberty". V. )ad a letter from El. G. Henderinow Mexico are me surviving more efficient Reaching and serves noth,erhoodr 1 son, a Pennsylvania nian, of JCol'. irj tbe pop;minUy in which thvy It is horrible enough to think A GIRLS WILD MIDNIGHT writing from Winnipeg, Canada, members of the famjly of R, G. Williams, their brother.'O. teaQli, of it, the probability of the fate RIDE. In which he mentioned the ther We do expect to have a com-pote- that befell ' poor Jimmie" be Th warn people of a fearful for was standing at 30 N. WilliauiB, whom they visited mometer At this coming theirs music teacher. est fire in tbe Qatskills a young degrees below zero. A difference here some years bock being the latest member to be called to time of the year it is difficult to I knpw our older' boys know, girl rode horseback at midnight; of no or more in temoerature "y . . Her deed that Lodge higher up. get one who measures up to our have verbal knowledge, if not ex and savqd many lives. between tne two points. was glorious but livea are often teachers, which ac perimental knowledge of the sub Hogs: Until standard for MULE Footed saved by Dr King's New DisA man may use a wart on the counts for this delay. We are in ject under consideration, and, o, covery in curing lung trouble, within the past three years but few back' of his neck for a collar correspondence with one who is a those, who have knowledge of coughs and colds, which n'ght of Rockcastle's citizens had ever button; ride on the bank coach of graduate in both piano and voice what is implied in the lefercnce have entled in consumption or a train to save interest on his seen a mule footed hog one hoof and is highly reccommended. to tho deati of "poor Jimmie" onenmouia. "It cured me of a " money until the cqnductor comes to the foot, solid like a mules We sincerely hope the patronage submit thems-elveto the dn,ugor dreadful cough and lung disease hoof not cloven as the feet of Wellwrites W. R. Patterson. around) stop his watclf at night to will justify her comiug tp us. of tho same fa$e. What shall be ington, Tex., "after four in our save the wear and tear; leave his other hogs; and prpbablj thpusanjjs We (p,pe fleftujte an,no.u,n,ceraonts sai,d of them even if none but family had died with consumption of others, in our popnty never l's and t's without a dot or a pap pp. mn.de by next week. ' themselves are involved and I gained 87 pounds." Nothpros; to save ink; pasture bis eyej heard pfspeh an anjraal, It What is said of thorn? Why do ing so sure and safo for all throats to mother s graye to .gavp corn, but will be a suprihe to many Price 50 and! we write upon suoli n theme? aud lung troubles. know there are two pr three, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar a man.of that kind U a gentleman Why does not any body? Shall auteed by Chas. C. Davis. and a scholar compared to that probably more, tanners within our we always hold our peace, for otner "teller ' wuo win take a county borders who are raising' conventional reasons? Do we a p- I When buying a coiifih medi-pro- ve newspaper, and when asked to pay hogs ot this breed. It claimed or dirnpprove of tho leprosy eine bear in mind thatr, for it, puts it back in tho post that they are immune from cholera. ofsin, manifested in its most loath- - Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is office and has it marked "refused. A farmer brought into town and most effectual for colds, croup some and degrading forms? sold one of these 1 oj;s, drtssed, a tm MSsssr 1mm Is thero no remedy no tceans of and whooping cough and that it CfltyMBRClAI. Cl.UB. At its lew uava siucu miu wiieu uici enlightenment, tfefcctflon .long ygdnesday night the purchaser was preparing the feet I h? meeting nt Regular Service at the Baptist church Sunday Jan. 19. Sunday V 6 ' 'ik, " 'I. if-- sra miM(i m toMriav f rfljB QUlU ewplgted its organization for cooking SaTa "U ftdopled bylaws m. u"v l ver-no- n. Wed-nesda- y " e I i I - and added four new mernboi'S tp tjie roll making a total membership pf 2. A board of directors were plected and various committees uppoiuted und matters discussed looking to ttho niapping out various lines of LANGDON MEMORIAL vwor,k ,t,o bp pushed by the Club, jhe new .member are Jonas McSCHOOL. kenzie, pr. ?'. C. Pa vis. g. IJ. Cox and fifdgejCji. W. Bejhurura. A . Schflfll opened on Wednesday number of ,9tlfer urines or January $th. with ueprly al( the for admlssn wil bg pjd and several new students. en: at next meeting which' is rolled. Many pf fne gjrls who next Wednesday njgljt Jan. 22, at were dejayed. by high wafer have j o'clock. Papprs wJJJ he rfiafj, gome jn duping he week and ad4rpsses madp and following others are pomjng ag pon ns program fiarrjedont; G, D, fcuttpn posiblo, arrangemenji of stock, , The pew students ore Julia j, Brown,' Interest in Pubc affairs. Tjjompfion, Kfttg PeBorcj, Jjrilln W. M. Poynter, Oolloctions and Johnson, Tabitha qpd (Jarftb Hiatt, pavment of local bills. W. H. Margy Parsons, Dessio Thompson, Fjgh,, Personality in Business Life. Lillie Pitman, Ella Mae Coffey, E. S. AJbrght, lusurar.ee and Willie Coffey and Robert Fish. Forms. A. tJ. Furnish and Dr. Elizabeth Lemonds who was out e(?ds of Mfc. yor, Of A, G, Lovell, fgr nwh'lP befprp Softool qon, Cb.as, R. Mcgenie, Fjlipg Christmas, hs returned, 'Glairns. Railroad Iiobt. Cox. The Rev, Mr. Byers, of I?yd,en, Piscouming Bills. W. L Rjchardo Kentucky, ga'yerR live talk at of Business ' npd chapel on Tuesday a. m, Professional Mo& of Mt. yernon. The Rev, Wn, . B. MoCord, of appli-pants pre-s,ente- d found what was fhougjjt a dpforfned foot. Upon pxatnjnatjon sjje found three piore qftfoe same kind, and Wis considerably flustrated until in- forped Of the (act Qf the existence of that peculiar brewl of hogs, perfte'teHi Qostq tig tiiort than the tunic MONKY-nve- !i roeijo kliijS-w- ws WORK envoi yea. Your ttenler lim 80t,rrR Oil, la barrel! direct (roia our work. the home' that) clear, dcady llelit, jiljure thit.by gctilnff the oil that Duma Clear film ceaq viu)y;i ft rtrop, (iicker iowtt ta tim rennsylvqufa iui9 ei refin?t to "'" ""M . the Lamp OH ffiat paves Eye's Ca..ooaejfieaoocoeaaQiAo 1 , ll , , " jaora important in ww .awwcrrfu MW1 oa... 1 ; ; i 1 j j 1 1 1 1 iM'tit'-r-nMiM- a it ttOf We Make Your Dollars Have More Cents It :Z IFEMfa say a-- It Eaktl Chas.C. StolIOaCo. $Cy. ReCnery ot Wirreq, Yn, wc fiatblt Auto till. LouiavHIc, Bi. titu ovitti LeADSNG DRUGGIST MT. VERNON, KY. "Uci ..n fpl IQ vJ I&h ! - 3l WJ&IbEE "' lrff HH .n fjiS OurMotto: Quality "ftCV NOT THI5 SMALL I e.- Not Quantity jji a - TOWN?" 60i The above heading caught he e attention of the writor, and a care of nu article in fill reading Literary Digest of December 21st. To thoso who may seo this article aud care to know why tho above beading had the eflfect rei forred to, we as,!; the, article in question he read wtyh the same Tjjio Interest th's writer took in reading it, It deals with a. phase of life S9 in the "small town'1 as well as the large city all too prevalent, about which the public cares but full lino of fmp drugs, toilet ntticlea ntitl stationorv. If you doubt our word come in and see for yourself. Our customers' wants looked after with nl ensure. Jf wo haven't what you watit, cindly let. us know and we will do our iest to get it for you , 11 We carry ..a at at a tat CHAS. ?'i : C DAVIS 39 : ; 1 ..aaa iiiiiii a 1.BADIBG DRUGGIST anal a .::::::::::: Phone No. : : : 1 ; .1aaa ,1 aataeaaBaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat-M)y- - -- , ' 3.. t uiMy -- - . ftfMA I iMflgasiaaaS (leiJiCTa'rtA'.ryiv mwmii 1N ffrfiv C2. . 'fiwsvsm.'..AS... lAii ,""' """"YIIiist rrfilf slTri WsfirsJsrtLsi H VVCts7 iiif fci ' ' k, -- vi WISUOM. A WOMAN'S up to her baby's heavy dt,not HOPEWELL breathing aJitrfe lcnr The worried mother wakes want to send for cough-perh- aps th3 croup or whooping i wh. Sho Mrs.'WlHc Burk, of Mt. Vtrnoi of doctor when perlutps tho trouble docs not amount to much. Finally she thinks by hi vety low with fevoi. Jami!.' that medical book her father gave her, The Common Sense Medical Adviser, It V. Pierce, M. D. Sho says " jmt the tlnntf to find out what is the matter with Arno.dniul family spent bfaturdm in this country own one and it to the, little dear." Two million households pages In splendid cloth b ndin. A good and hunday with Mrs. Arnolds be had for only 31o. in stamps-1,0- 00 It is for either ., This is what many .women sifter, Mrs, R su Pitman. family adviser in any emergency. " which has write Dr. Pierce-- in respect to his " Favorite Prescription, a remedy by curing uUUtf Ad-usp-n- t New Yean made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, tho painful womanly diseases which undermine a .woman s health and strength. with her brother, John Clontz, til "My dcslro Is to wrlto a fow lines to let yon know what Mt. Vernon It seems that some- your vniunuio nrjuiciiw mts umu MAitOAiiET ZuKHKitT, of S23 S. Hontalon Street. HaUlmoro, Cue 111 this 'neignoorhood must very sick Md. "Uoforo tho storck camo to our houso I was agiven and linve I ten very lim gry, ub Mis. woman. I wroto yon for advlco which was kindly which mnrto mn a dlfTeroiit womnn In a short tlmo. Alter taking tho first hot tlo of 'Favorlto Prescription' I JjORan Mnilm Km Icy l()At nine chickens Improving so that 1 hnnlly know I was In such a condition. dining l luibiiu is. I did my own housework washing and ironing, cooKing, Mis Gtoigie Iiurk and children Mining) onu mo worst ui un nu uiiuiuiiiuicu "",.."" whooping cough. I hanllvknow pf tho advent ten minutes spent Suniluv wiih Mrs. John was it. Tho baby Is as fat as a butt? 7 loforo so caiy 11Y, rirrco I'llVliril" l ru!:iliuiun - um ut.; .v..,v, .,..". Charles Do.m makes .,nv irn.i n if, tnkij wlit.ii In ili'.s condition. X recommend H '"'elchnr egiilut visits, to Charlie Carmical's MR3.ZUDET.T AND BABE. tO all Uiy irUllKlb.' rs. EVENTS 1912 6tttonrymobort Barr, the ficotllafi hdV ellst, at Woldlngham, England.! aged , Efflmmimmmmiiwimnmninimmtmuiu "' 7l',",ly:'f:r1, n 23. Complete Record From January to December. HISTORY DAY BY DAY. ;. -- Notable Occurrences tho World. Throughout I - I Ull I nnitf UMDBffiTAKBS f m 1 J j it., vnuuu "rt.l,t. via iiiui wi, I"..,...!, fviiniuis l.-- is unexcelled Ilimd-irmde CoiRnsfurnislied Hi Hoarse sent to nil parts of jjj w, tho County All orders by Wire Promptly Filled NAMES ON THE DEATH ROLL There must he some attractions. -- Mrs. Mollie Kiriy viiiieii rela and Turkish .iv:s ut Or liin 1 Sntdiv and Tho Turkish-Italia- n Ualkuu Wart Items of MiscellaCarniio.il who t .niiduy neous Interests, Accidents, Fires, ill i a v r s ...m-- nni'. , ,r Wrecks uud Floods Games aud , hui VviVe i.it,h uii Ruces A Chronological Kevlew.' rficie tlv ioee.J hnn-- e anl u, Brooklyn; seed 68. Samuol Coleridge-Taylo- r, colored musla composer, in Mr-- , kiimu Smit oi own ork London: aged 17. Vi riiini Btormsl 6 killed and a hurt by a cloudMt n. iiitiun burst which struck d Northwestern I er Alr o 1 i S iW-i- d xl B passenger train near Green Bay, Wis. A don't h roll of (0 and a property loss mr.vV I.e. The HjI) Kii'.U-ia of ti.OGO.OO) resulted from a storm and cloudburst In the I'anhnndle district of idnig a ts nf iiko ui( tie I'ennsylvunla, Wst Virginia and Ohio. lupcw' II hs Lim, Aiiu.t. 1 l'lre: Fire In Ocean Park, a resort near h-. s Mexico: Vera Cruz, Mexico, recaptured from the Insurgents by federal forces. Diaz, leader of tho revolt, 'was amonit the prisoners. Sporting: Willie Kohlemalnen, the Fin- - M PRACTICAL nisn cnampion, ninuo a new record in Marathon lacing by running the In 2 hours 29 minutes 391-- 6 secFS5?jSsiieCTW.Ui!xViss-rf''43r?TT-NTT?. onds In Newark, N. J, tli v t? nTnv R 24. Balkan War: Tho Turks retreated from Kirk Klllse, being driven out by tho Bulgarian nrmy. Servians derail1 3IUA1 3IJ-UZZ ed tho Turks around Kumanovn, 25. Mexico: Two ohlcers of Gen, Diaz's Ky. Mt. Vernon. forco wore shot at Vera Cruz following a court martial Obituary: Brig. Gen. Carrlngton, U. S. A., retired, a veteran of the pliilns and the civil war. In Boston1; uged KS. 27. Obituary: Mine. Judith, French ac tress, rival of lluchel and friend nf CX Liconcd KrabahniT will h. vc fhui'Kt1 of fchat, line of Victor Hugo and George Sand, In I 'ar' ; aged 85. id SX swoi'k nr tiio '.OMpaiii., 30. Obituary: Jnmcs Schoolcraft Sherman, vlco president of the United States, ut s bv wivi nromptlv llllt'd Honrpc pnnt U nil pfints -Ordc-Utlcn. N. V,; niu-- 5. Arconnultcs: The French balloon I'lcnr-dl- o Mu.u.gerHj won the Bennett cup by a tlltint ut 1,311 miles, which wus also a world's record. Olfico Ml. Vernon Monun.enlal Building PHONK NOVEMBER. L Obituary: Gen. Homer Lea, mllllnrv advisor to tin.- diluent- - revolutniimiy V 4"'WW Liw AiiKelc, t'nl. Koverumi'iit, " ""is' vswsjmsw M 2. KiHUtlliK I'linci'io'i Il.trwiHl miff i In the muiuul gumu at Soldluis llepi, I Cambridge, hi 10 3. Chk'iign defeated vj u by Wisconsin, ::u In 12. ut Madison 6. Political: Governor Wuiulruw Wllcnn of. New Jeisey ulid Ccneinoi Thoinns -J II, Miiixliall of Indiana elected picsi-dec vice in eKiilenl on ttie uud " I suffered, during niiiiiooci, from womanly weakness," tlcliot Ijv uii overwhvlinliiK iii.iiuiliy. I'oiml.ir vote: WIIhoii, writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was C.IXTIS; lloosevell, 3.1UJ.140; Tuft. via I fc A.. VERNDN CASKET DO. dls-tan- MfhfmW UMDERTAKERSg at g g B WmmSSmMP OUCH fiWETALECCASKETS CoffinsandKobes. 3 1 g 1 '- GEORCrr OWEKS, lla 3 - 11 1 mmm'HjniLz, !! i Bad Spells I I !VI itn-ct.itl- elfC-tor- al H.llTij.-4- II lit to m ,li. Wiimii list uick di--i V W. A Pimm'!)-! vc l:irri.--u .iiic t,il wn k I due liu. I S. S MT. VKKXON, KV ' : iuvI.'.I their r nml tSiceu Hi b, u.v null fro 11 Los AngeleB, Cal., caused damage of over tt.00u.000. Obltuaiy: Lieut, den. Arthur MacAr-thur.'S. A., retired, at Milwaukee; BRl-l- l 07. Inns :b Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w YRSTERDAY Is but a. dream, oulyi.a vision, wo 11 lived makes ov.it'y ycstoriliiv it, drumii of hapbut a vision nf hojw. Thoivfon.- piness iindevery brliifjyoiir acootuit to not yesterday nor TO-DAto-dato-da- y TIIIC BA.WC OF MT. VERNON I Tli5ii our liopo is that all your monoys will brlnu you happiof yestonhy will ness, and prosperity, ancl all your brin;,' you great satlsfaeticn and all your dealings and relations I3anlc will bring you great prosperity. with this MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY N1T.VERNON, C. C. WIUJM3, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier" w. .a J. P. QRSSN entist lipgjjgBllpv Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. ' All woik guaranteed. $too PUR PLATE. was paid to , bnriqiiot lo Henri Clay in New Orleans in 1842 Mighty costly for those with stomach trouble or indigestion Today people every wbero use D King's New Life Pills ior these trouble? as well as liver, kidne and bowel disorders. Easy, sad sure Only 25 cents at Chas C. Davis'. FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles . and Eyeglasse for $1.50and up. Gold, v Silver nml Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Kyes tested Mt Vernon, Ky Free. Years of experience. Homo and office in tho lato resideneo Dr. Myers formerly occupied on 01d JEWELER AND OP ICIAN. ;MalnSt.,;;Mt. Vernon. H W. T. FRANCIS, &rw POUND! m Dentis J. C. MOORE COX BROS, STORE I V J 1 ' n. I -- A moss meeting of our citizens wijl be held in a day or two to ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAtake steps to rescue old Cull from MT. VERNON. KY. the old cistern thai he fell in a -OFFICE. On 2cd, floor o night or two ago, while going The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Ohurc home trom the moonshine still on street. Special attention given Musket Ridge. Thi-- i is a matter td (iollections. that shodld be attended to as Phone No. 80. soon us is convenient, because the water is rising. i C.C. Williams, J.C-McCLAR- Y UNDERTAKER '' j jftiJliAlt When given as soon as the uroupy cough appears Chamber-- l in's Congh Remedy will ward off an attack of croup and and EW1BALMER all danger rad cause of anxiety. Thousands of mothers use it successfully. Sold by Chas pro-vent tniuk w ' an Im.iim u t.iis Duuiil till weathe is u hum like hpriiig wiih tli xeeptiou ol two Siiuws ttiut loi .(tile lew day's aKi rlo killing nd toil digging' is the uidei o ne day. Rev. Dhar'.ie Uannical, of thi jace ana Kev. A J. Pike of Urod .ead aie holding a Scries of meet ag 'at Pine Hnl. We hope mucii md Lstiug good will be done. vVe have known lire. Pike Iroin .'hildhood uud there is not a letter speaker in Kentucky than While Uro. Car dro. Pike. meal is a new preacher of j'u.m .our years experience. Mrs. isher Cummins, of Mt. Ver.ion, s sulferiug with a severe speh f lagrippe. Will Rowe, of Mt. is very low with con- ernou, Wm uia)tiou. McCltuv, ol loss, was the guest of Allen vdams, of this place from Thurs- Jay until Friday. Clara Cannical pent Tuesday with her brothe-iMuther Cummins at Mt. Vernon is Willie Adams attending school at Mt. Vernon- .- Well uc- jorduig to the old suyiug this vill be u good crop year lor there .vas u snow on the groucd Christmas. TheOgg market litis ocen very good this winter ana you can see the old ladies most uiy'diiy going to market with a oastict of eggs. Stephen Uarpen-.e- r aud wile, of Mt. Vernon, attended church at Pine Hill Satur day uud Sunday. Misses Lucy riurd and Jennie Burk spent Sunday with Miss Hatlie Carmical J tines Durham, of Withers went to Mt. Vernon last week on bust ness. The wild animal that has7 been roaming over the country for some time, run Kobert Sowder in homo a lew nights ago. He wus and scared almost to death screamed lor help, J. B. Cumm ins whb was sent to the Lexington some three months ago is reported better but is not able lo come home. George Lbgstou who has been in the house of correction lor two years has returned home and he seems to be a much bet-.tooy. , -r at to Lin gstitii. 0. Davis. WOHtRiyy'fJH Stanford, 'Ky, L The Barber Beg pardon, sir, but this is a bad d The Customer-r-- I kin w, and I had a bad shave. $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH For your spare time Kxperleuco not need- ed. Want an active man In thin locality, To Introduce U8 to your friend. We pay larccst cash benefits when sick, Injiucd, and at death, for smallent cost, u offer to first apand plicant from thin plaue. Write quick for particulars. ( Cnsli-Don- THE 835, Covlntfton, Ky. HIJRO IN A LiGHTHOUSIi. For years J. S. Donahue, So tiaven, ftucn., a ct war captain 11s a lighthouse keeper averted awful wrecks, but a queer fact is he might have been a wreck himself if Electric Bitters had not prevented. "They cured rue of kidney trouble nnd chills", he writes, "after I had taken other so called cure's for years, without benefit aud they also improved my sight. Now at seventy, I am feeling fine.'' "For dpepiit, indigestion,' ull stomach, liver and kidney troubles, they're without Only 25 cts equal. Try them. A 11 at John Graves was thrown from his mule Tuesday morning while on his way to Rye Straw. The at the Wild mule got skeored Onion school house, nnd John is fixing to sue the trustees, if they don't move the building back where bis mule can't see it wbeo parsing. to Chas. 0. Davis. Wantku: An industrious man represent one ol the most ex tensive manufacturers of Home Remedies. Spices, Extracts, Soips TpileJ Articles, Perfumes, Stock and Poultry Preparations in Rock castle or adjoiniug Counties. Representative must furnish suitMount Vernon Monumental able conveyance. Large, profits Medicines that aid natute are and a permanent position. Ad'WORKS always most effectual. Chamber- - dress The American Remedy'Co., nf and lain's Cough Remedy acts on this Tiffin, O. re 'DEALER in Marbles and lieves the lungs, opens the Constipation is the of Granite Monuments of all secreticns and. aid' nature o re many ailments and disorders that inds. Estimates furnished storing the vsytem to a boa'thy make lite Take condition. Thousands havotesti- - Chamberlain? Stomach and liver on application fied to its superior exc;llance Tablets, keep your, bowels regular UU.U WE.NS fro p r Sold by Chas. C. Pavis. and you will avoia these diseases. i?ono 112 For sale by Cbas. 0. Davis. Spoiling: Jerome Travers won the amateur i.'olf championship of the United Btutes, dsfcutltur Charles Evans, Jr., at Wlitaton, 111., in final round. I. Political; Mulno went- - Itcpubllcan. n war Convention: The vuiciiiiis were In session at Atlantic , llontz. I.a. City. N. J. ConVcMlon: The Anierlcnn Federation of 10. Mexico: Mexican regular troops cross'Labor met at llochesler N. Y. ed (.'lilted States soil In pursuit of Insurgents by marching through Arizona 11 AHiSavslnilllon: The prime inhilster nf . (Unalejiis, wiih shot dead In the with tho consent of the government. strecta of Madrid by tin anaiclust, Convention: Tho American Bankers' as13. Railroad Accident: It! peoplo Killed nnd In Detroit sociation mot 11 Injured In n wreck on the Cincin11. Conentlon: The national encampment nati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad of the Q. A. It. met at Los Angeles, near ludliniipolls. Cal Eucharlstla congress opened in Pedestrlanlsm: John Henry Scott comVienna. pleted u walk from NViv York to Phtl- U. Personal: Judge Alfred B. Beers of delphla hi tho lecord time of i3 Hours, Connecticut elected commander In chief 1 Inlnuta and 13 seconds. of the a. A. R. at Los Angeles. Gen. Convention: Thu Daughters nf the' ConNogl, the Japanese Count Marosuko federacy In annual session In Washhero of Port Arthur, and his wlfo killington. ed themselves at Tokyo because of the 15. Storm! Destructive hurricane and tidal death of the emperor. wave Htruck tlio Island or Jamaica. Itcrnsndo De It Obituary: Soto Monoy, at Oulfport. Miss.; aged 73. 18. Sporting. Tho annual football gumo of Yalu and Prluutlun icsulled u lie Sporting: The Chicago Americans scoro of ; to nf WisconPhiladelphia at Chicago, Insin defeated Minnesota nt football, U suring th leaguo pennant to tho Bosto 0, at .Minneapolis I'onnnylvnnln deton lied Sox for tho world's scries. feated CarllslH Indiana. 31 In 2i, at 22. Storm: .A typhoon in Japan caused a Philadelphia. .Michigan defeated loau of la.OW.OOa 1.0 to 7, ut Ann Arbor 23. Convention: The International peace Obltunry: Minnie congress opened at Geneva. retired prima donna, faniuuu In the t i 24. Obituary: roll ot Boron Marschall von Carmen. In Munich noted German diplomat, at IS, Balkan' War: Tho Bullion Berlin; aged 70. allies cap25. Anniversary: tured Monustir from the Tuiks. The 60th anniversary of Tho Courts: Tho United Slates supremo the meeting of 14 governors on the 25th court oidered thu dissolution ot the of September, ISC, at AUoona, Pa., was "bathtub trust." celebrated in that city. 24, Nicaragua: Gen. Mcna, the Nicaragua Personal: President Elect Woodrow WIN publlu reception at Hamson given revolutionist, surrendered with air his army to Unheal States and NlcarngUan ilton, linrmudn. troops. 19. EaVthuuMie: Shocks on the Pacific 27. Sporllng: The New York club of 'the coast; heavy loss of lite In Mexico. National Baseball Icaguo "cinched" the Railroad Accident: 12 killed and 40 pennant by defeating the Boston club hi u head-ocollision on tho In New York by 8 to X Seaboard Air line, south ot Richmond, 28. Naval: The French battleship Paris, Va. tho most formidable In the navy, Convention: American Clvlo association launched at Toulon; she mounts 12 Inch met In Baltl.uoie. guns nnd 2S smaller pieces. .'L Convention: National Woman Suffrage Obituary: Arthur Lumley, old time artassociation met In Philadelphia. ist, at Mount Vernon, N. Y.; aged 75. . Fire: Putnam. Conn., suffered a Iosh Aviation Disasters: Thrco aviators, Inof SCOO.OuO by Ore In thu business discluding two United States army air trict. men, killed In flight, making total H. Sporting: Harvard defeated Yale In denths In tho air to data 191. tho annual football game ut New Ha29. Sporting: Matt McCrath made a new ven, 20 to 0. Chicago defeated Minneby throwlnc a lo nound world s sota, 7 to 0. at Chicago hammer Jjl'ccord dltanco of 191 feet 6 24. Labor Dispute: The boatd of arbitraincurs; icirmcr record is7 rcet 1 men. tors )n tho lallway enplneem' demand SO. Personal: The Pulitzer school of Jourfor Increased pay decided In favor ot nalism nt Columbia university opened tho uiiglnecis. In Kew York. S. Obituary; United States Senator lsldor Obltuury: The Rev. Augustus Orlebar, Rayncr of Maryland. In Washington; an L'ngllsh vicar, who was tho original aged liJ. Tom Brown In "Tom Hi own' a School Personal; Rev. Anna Howard Shaw Duys," at WIHlngton, England. piesldent of the National Worn-u- n Suffiugu association at Philadelphia. OCTOBER. , Balkan War: Balkan and Turkish pcacn L Pynamltera: Trial of tho dynamite delegates met for conference near ConLos Angeles Elotteru atIndianapolis. Oct. 1, 1910. was stantinople. In ."7. Stormf Snowstorms prevailed In th Obituary! Rear Admiral Luclen Young lako and Mississippi valley stales. U. S. N.. In Now York city; aged 60. Executive, Clemency: Governor J. A. Dlx Sporting: Ralph De Palma won the pardoned A. T. Patrick, under lite auto cup on the Wauwatosr sentence, for tho murder ot William course, Wisconsin; time, 4 hours 2 Maish Rico In 1300. minutes 31.45 seconds; distance aboui 7. Obituary: J. P. Jones, former United 300 miles. The Australian team won Status senator fiom Nevada, at tho International cricket match by a Cal.; aged S3 192 runs In New York. margin of S. Obituary: Col. James Gordon, noted 4. llnrlno Accident: The British ex. Confederate, at Okolona, Miss., cut In two by an ocean liner In aged 79. the English channel; 15 drowned. Sporting; Ad Wolgast defeated by Willie Convention: Tho Army of tho Tcnncssoi Ritchie for the lightweight champion held Its annual convention at Peoria ship ut Duly City, Cal., In Pi rounds III. Pennsylvania defeated Cornell at Balkan, War: Hostilities between the 7 to 2, ut Philadelphia. Balkan Btatcs and Turkey were begun nnlkan War: Bulgarians captured 9Xni by u clash on the frontier north ol Turkish reserves near Adriiinoplo aftei Adrlanople. stubborn battle. Svrvlu seized K. Sporting: Miss Margaret Curtis of Bosun Albanian port on tho Adriton won tho national woman's goll atic sea. championship at Manchester, Mass. b) Courts: Charles H. Hyde cona score of 3 up and 2 to play. n victed of bribery In 1910. while 7. Obltunry: W. A. Peffoi bf tho city of Now York. one of the Populist leaders In tho sen Obituary: Rev, Dr. Robert Cnllyer, ate. at Grenoln, Kan.; aged 81. noted Unitarian preacher, In New 8. Obituary: Frank Bostock, the shov, 19. York city: aBt-animal trainer. In Londen; aged CO. riportlng: Navy defeated Army, 8 to 0, Balkan Wnr: Montenegro declared wai ut Philadelphia. against Turkey. Sportlug; . In tho opening game of tin DECEMBER. world's scries at New York the Bostoi : Political: Last session of G2d congress Americans (lied Sox) defeated tho New opened. York Nationals (Giants) by a score ol Judicial: The United States supreme, 4 to 3. court ordered tho Pacific railway mer 10. Personal: Dr. Alexis Carrel of th dissolved for violation' of the Shui'-nia- n Rockefeller Institute was awarded tin law. Nobel prl.o of S39.000 for achlevcmcn 1. Conventions: Governors met In annu il In surgery. cniifcrcuco at Richmond. Amerlc n Balkan War: Tho Montenegrin ann Road Builders' association met at captured Detchltch mountain, on tin road to Scutari, with nearly all of tin Balkan War: The Balkan league, with Turkish defenders. tho exception of Greece, signed an ar12. Anniversary: Tho centenary of Drur mistice, with Turkey. i.i,nno tnoatcr celebrated in London l Railroad Accident: 12 killed and many the close of a piny. injured a collision at Dresden, u. 13. Balkan War: Bulgaria presented to 4. Obituary: Gen, Julius II. Stuhel. FedTurkey the ultimatum of the Balkan eral veteran of the civil war. In New states. York city; aged S7. 14. Tho Courts: A verdict for the plain8. Political: President Taft's annual tiffs In the celebrated Danbury "hatmessage rocommended measures to ters' boycott" case was given In the strengthen the army and navy, United States district court tot Hart8. Obituary: Oen. Gates P. Thrustoa. ford, Conn. Federal veteran of the civil war. auPersonal: Col. Theodore Roosevelt vat thor and historian, at Nashville; aged Bhot at Mllwaukeo by a would be as77. sassin named John Schrank. 9. Sporting: Annual 8. day bicycle race 16. Trlpolltan War: Peace protocol signed opened In Now York city, by Italy and Turkey, bringing to an 10. Fire: Cincinnati business district; loss end the war over Tripoli which began 3700.000. September, 1911. Shipwreck: Italian steamer Derna sunk It. Typhoon: Loss of S25.600,000 in a tyIn tho English channel by collision with phoon In the Philippines. tho British battleship Centurion and 8portlng; Boston Red Sox won the final her crew of about 20 drowned. game In tho world's championship seU. Aviation: Roland G, Garros. French ries, defeating the New York GlanU aviator ascended 19,032 foot, a world's 3 to i nt Boston. rerPnl, at Tunis. Mexico: The city of Vera Cruz, Mexico, Obituary: Prince Lultpold. regent of arose In rebellion arnlnst President Clavarla, uged Ul. Maduru; Gun, Felix Dluz, nephew of 13. Wireless: at Munich; law regulating all A federal Diaz, was at the head of communication by wireless telegraphy the Insurrection. - ' went Into effect j, 17. Balkan War: Turkey declared wot 27. Convention; The American Association upon So r via and Bulgaria. For Labor Legislation met In Boston. Obituary; Weldon Brlnton Heyburn, 23. Personal: President Elect Wilson's United States senator from Idaho, In 56th birthday observed at Staunton, Wushluglon; aged CO. Va., where he was born in 1610. 18. Fire: Fire In the storehouse of thf JO. Convention: The American AssociaUnited States arsenal at Benlclo, Cal., tion For the Advancement of Science caused a loss of over 31,000.000. met In Cleveland. 19. Convention! The W. C. T. U. met In U. Political; Commercial treaty of 1832 Portland. Ore. between the United States and Russia 22. Balkan Wur: Battle at Kirk Klllse terminated. between. Butgars and Turks; reported I thnt fUKYI Iliilirnra m.ra i killed unri ' wounded, , . . T. Spanish-America111 U PriiH-fioii Cor-ncl- l, 11 Hallian War: Uirak troops enptured S.ikmlkl fiutn the TurkH with numerous prlsonvis 9. Spoitlim. Carllnlo Indians defeated Aimy. :T to C. ul Went I'nlnt. defeated Mlehlgan. 27 lo Jl.nl Philadelphia 10. I'erbonal. James Itrycc, Ilrltlsh to lliu United Hlalen, renlgned Ills post, IL Ilatlio.id Accident: 19 people killed nml 4J IliJUM'd In a eolllnlon nil the nxn and MlrsUslpiu Valley railroad nt S. and had to give up. We had three almost I had bad AH the time, I was getting worre. doctors. spells, that lar.'.ed from 7 io 28 days. In one week, after. I gave Cardtii a trial, I could cat; sleep, and joke, as well a3 anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 Weary ySars! Caidui relieved' me, wJicn everything else failed." bed-7idde- n, 1,4 rV i IV.' Am nuiw$& TAKE 1 The T" Wonicns ionic 1 K i If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. Tliey found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. tor Special liutructiont, and -- Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept- - Chittanoosa Medicine Co., Chattanooca. Tenn., book, " ilomc Treatment lor Women.'' sent free. J 57 .... .....j . ..j,.-- . i,... 1. ,yt-- " "- Tine Love In of a Confederate lovc-lctter- sral pM v, rt heroes to las sweetheart during the period of '6t to '65. Thia great general will go down to po?tcrity as having accomplished one of tho moa brilliant fcata of arms in the history of I the world. He was as great a lover as he was t .1 general, therefore these letters combine au- 1 thentio history and exquisite romance. They 1 nnnntl .1 hiim.in nnti tlmr nn ntUir wrV nf literature has done in .1 decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is literature. 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