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Lmmwi $ ilM 1 til VT "W w.. .r... . .. r7r..TTh'.il-- dggv-actr-r-- .l. , .'.ta- - Established F n -- y 6 f V V 1887 NUMBER 52 mm COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1913. NoB etterTime than Risfht N ow At This Store LI V1NUKTON. ongiui was in Rich-- , inond, Tuesday. E C. Herd was attending the show at Coruiu, ICy., Wednesday J. P. E. Drummond is in Kuoxville, Tenn , this weekj attending the exposition. Joe Jackson, who shot Dick Mason, came clear at the examining trial here yesterday. J. H. Dickerson was in Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, on business -- Miss Alice Ward, after spending a visit with trienus in New York City, has returned home. loe Jackson, an ojjerator working at Sinks, started nume suiioay nigm irom ineomce was going home through the tunnel and approaching a man, whom he thought fromh is actions was going to make battle with him. Jackson shot him. aud it turned out to be Ills cousin, Dick Mason, one of his best friends. Mason was taken to Richmond and late reports are that he is renting very well. Mason made an affidavit th&t he did not want Jackson prosecuted. T. J. Nice-lewas here Monday collecting Bill Renner, of the tax. Scaggs Creek Section, was in town Tuesday. C. A Blanford was in Mt, Vernon, Monday, on business. Cam Mullins, of Mt, Vernon, was here Taesday. Judge Witt, after a few days stay in Winchester, has returned. Pate McCJlure was tried here Tuesday for shooting on the pub: l'c highway and acqutted. Mrs. Samuel Ward is visiting relatives at London this week Mrs. Andy Kmcer, of London, has returned home after, few days' visit with relatives here. Dr. R. G. Webb was down to see the State Fair at Louisville, Saturday. George Jenkins, after spending a few days at Lebanon Junction, has returned. J. B. Jones has purchased a piece of ground of P. M, Deese and is putting up a b,ou,e aqd wtfl move in the near future. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Oliver have returned from Knowille, Tenn. R. J J. A. Childress have Lemons and returned from Cincinnati. C. E. Rice, David Kambo and W. R: Hanks have been attending court at Barbourville,Ky , the past week. Mrs. C.H.Rice is visiting friends n Louisville. Dr. W. T Amyx attended cpurr. in Paybourville, Ky., a few dflys. lisf wpek. Miss Lillie French, who has been very W.. BJ. Coc Good Roads ............ . a -- iih Bod Roads TIT? For Your F CbtL Clothes ?ilw vA . - two-month- s' dressed meii of this town men who really know and appreciate good values this store has e. alvs a7s been a great We aim to give them better service than they would receive elsewhere -- we are always ready to go out of our way to please them. lav-orit- w ITK the best Us-- nf " V ' . 'i ,U ' 'lil'i. y I' Hi BAKER'S DEPARTMENT STORE a .a. 'a. ...... ..:;;:;;!::; !."!! MitMMiiia a.... . They All Lead I y , 0 ( :::::ss: s at & .. (Ik . llll'i'l I'll IkYou l' i 9e99c)cS9ss;;;;;;;;;;;;;::;;; can get it at IBakers" .szzi!:::::::!:!!::;?! & ' .. ,1 !l!ll Honest merchandise, honest advertising, and honest prices have played an important part in the popularity cf this store. Remember these facts when you read our .advertisements from day to day We expect you to read them and respond to them because we never make a statement that the merchandise will not back up. And it something bought here should go wrong, we will make it right. Drop in and see us soon. VT li. ukd to Aiow you the new things. Ymi aiv wrli:tu,e here whether you buy or not. r r :ili . :ji II & m mm. Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes Carpets and Mattings, ": Trtinks & Bags, Jewely & Clocks, Hats and Caps - ,,,,, I'l'j" ;' I'llki' Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Provisions in i "': ii.. iHlUll il'liljil n . r. New Fall Clothcraft Styles R.ady "T70U'LL surely be pleased with the new Fall Clothcraft, Styles. We've never seen sreh a beautiful variety of garments. Every style that a man of taste could want is here in the most fashionable weaves and colors; every garment possesses marks of refinement and good tate. But see these clothes yourself today. Try them on. All Clothcraft Clothes lit, because they are designed and tailored by specialists. Prices 10 U $25, and guaranteed Get your suit for wool, wear and service. today . p uniriS .!' 3 .'i w i"i... i I'm Km. sick for borne tjme prqving. s sovly iru- - it:;iiii in 'n ii iS .( i u in i i Q. J. Rjoe was in Louisville, Monday. The school after being closed for the past week, began Monday with a large attendance. Rice Walton left Sun- Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements !, . . i ." !l!' i!1::!1! ws&z tit JK3 77ZU-- : ,vi vssi'rv:: I New " fall Shirts in good shirts and wtoa! f.ZSStWAJtl ? "IA7E'VE always specialized never before have we had as line an assort . KEG UJ. ment. Smait patterns in a variety of tasteful. shirts for all occasions, pleated or plaid bosoms. Buy now, while the stpek is designs complete. The best shirts you've ever seen for 50c to $1.50. the foremost neckwear manufacturers, we'yp Ciirefullv' fjitlmred our ;iiaoi,t.iiiiit-Vnn nr vvlin nm nnvfimiLn. 11 rrVPHli,T?f; n, vv.v consiaer ure to find kiml you'd like for Fall afilPM ; town to l,v t.l,ir thiR ti1H J children's clothes. You'll find here in great XIIcea us isouauie as ever zoo ana ouc. . variety, strong, serviceable, stylish garments Your for the youngsters who are hard on their clothes, and neat, dressy styles for special TOUR Fall hat is here in just the shape We re just as earful aud exacting in J- - and style that you like. Hundreds of wear. outfitting the youngsters as we are with the men of this town look to this department as men; a hat store in itself, where variety is big and an easy, comforluble fit is always assured Nifty Neckwear be satisfied easily in your neck- - More service and satisfaction by buying IF you can't is the place for you. Among your Fall hat now. wear this . day for East Bornstadt where he will assist in building the new rail road at that point Jack is building a new house near townJohn Mu)kns n moved into the property of W. H. Kruegor, James Jones has a hpnne and Jot on Main street of Ed Smith; price not learned. Robert Shroeder, of Lebanon Junction, was hereTues. day, He is talking of returning to Livingston. H. Hansel has moved into the property of 0. D. Bryant on Main street. Thomas Eliott is rur.uing a butcher shop in John Muliins' storeroom on Main street Cai"-penter THE BEST BY TEST MquntVernqn's Cheapest Prices - U.G.BAKER - Rockcastle's Biggest Store pur-ch-jse- d. Outfit the Boys Here M w Pthe rail nat SUTTON & McBEE 5) KPS (P THE CLOTHCRAFT mfogm and first grades ; Miss McFerron, the Christian church in early life second and third: Mr. 4onn H. and was made a mason m iS5o. as The combin'ng of the Langdon Henderson, fourth and tifth grades; soon as he was 21 years old; Was Memorial High School with the and Mrs Fishback. sixth, seventh, elected Junior Warden of this lodge December 27th, iS5i the same County High School has thus fat and eighth. very satisfactoi-A prize- has been offered to the month in which he was made a proven There pupils now enrolled best pupil in each grade at the end Master Mason end served the lodge are thirty-fou- r master several in High School, and under tUecour of the year. The points of the de as worshipful follows ; terms; was a 1 toy a I and select petent suDer.vision of MissRowlee, cission will be divided as io master and bad the good of the Mjss, Etj0l Hayes, wh,o has, bflpn, ptch one. is do ng very good work scholarship is, deportment is being application 2fv improvement 20, order always at heart: A great deal ot interest very sjck fflV s,onje timp, is aVjle to Be it resolved; Therefore, taken in Chemistry and Physics, neatness 50, attendance 10, and be at hep pqst in the exchange. has been plan-b- e That in his death this lodge ha4-los- t Mrs. S. E. Hellard; who been but- comparatively little work can punctuality 10. It a true and faithful member, the done in these stupes "without a ned thus to give each child a real sjck for the past week is much ' of winning tne prize community a good and upright improved. TJie little phihl oj Mr. good laboratory. It is hoped that opportunity Ou Monday morning. Brothers citizen; his family a kind and lo-iand Mrs. Ed White is very sick at the board will soon make provisfather. That we extend our Tinsley and Duke gave helpful E. Bullock, tlu ions along this line. this writing. sympathy to his bereaved family Jn the athletic field, basket ball chapel talks. good natured salesman, was with Mr. Van vVinkle took "Fools' that a. copy of these resolutions be us last Friday. Judge and Mrs seems to be most prominent. The on. pr$ad upon the minutes of our R. G. Williams and liftle son, first team of the boys, with Logan as his subject for a chapel talk lodge; A copy sent to his bereaved Richard, of Covington, were here Bryant as captain, is expecting to Tuesday morning. were, muh interested family and a copy sent to the Mt. The pupils between trains, Sunday. The play several match games with schools during the season. in Miss, McKerrpn's account of her Vernon. Signal and Masonic Home Judge still remembers his many other friends in old Rockcastle and de The girls' team is also imp ovjug Y't' to St. Augustine, the oldest Journal for publication. J. A. Lnndrum ") lights in jjjeeting them. We wjll rapjdly, aqd will be in good trim fown in America, and especially in E. B. Cdx Com. they expect the real alligator she displayed. yenlupe the assertjou that q has in a few weeks, when B. S. Albright ) as many friends in Rt kcast'.e in to play with one of the neighborboth parties us any other man ing schools, RESOLUTIONS The Literary Society was organ living, and we believe if he was to COUGBT A BAD COLD to this county and ask for ized last week with Jamie Thomp,-so" Last winter ray son conght a return Hau, ASHLAdi Lodge No. vevy bad; cold! and the way he Pres., Homer Proctor, Vice-Pres- ., office he could et any office in the 640 F. & A. M. coughed was something dreadful,"' Robert McKenzie, secrecy gift of the people. So we say, WHEREAS. God in his Infinite writes Mrs. Sarah E. Duncan, of luck to you, Judge, wherever your and Miss Rowlee, pritio. Iowa. "We thought sure The number qf pupils in th,e Mt wisdom saw fit to remove from Tipton, going lot may be cast Alfred OneaJ into consumption. he was of Cedarville, was in our town Sat- Vernon Graded School has in this imperfect to that all perfect, We bought just one bottle of room glorious and celestial lodge above. Chamberlain's Cough Reeiy and urday. Dr. W. B Joyner has creased until there is returned from Bowling Green, to hold all. ThetoLUnicllmentin our beloved Brother James L. lop-li- n that one bottle stopped bis congrt, on September 16th, I913. anr? fMirPfl Tilt tf inttl rnzmLliln """" Ky., where he attended anedical the grades is 249 Vi Miss "Waters has piima.ry Bora ia June 1830, he united with For sale by all deakrs. meeting. Graded High School Notes. y ls - ng ! f- - n, V - Ii t &, iS - St . t r - - i " SM -- iV &. "irM in niiMiifii )2&i6$&wifJGUtmm tfTlnrrfltgi"iriiiin MranMrfian MT the Secretary of Agriculture is, ' II Yirginian Speaks Of authorized and directed to expend in procuring to be made a survey h , ana rxiuAx, oepu u, estimate ol cost bv competent Mr. Maret And His Work engineers of the construction of a Mi S.ij rryVv"W- - CLOTH 3 macadamized post road fifteen feet Published every Friday by 1. ;rvvr.v Mr. Robr. L. Pennington of wide, with proper grade, bridge', EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Jonesvibe, Lee county, Virginia, culverts, cuts, fills, and so forth, is a prominent attorney, bank and $I.OO having a compact depth of eight rjBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR hotel owner and a man who was inches of stone in center and exinstrumental in having the first Advertising rates made known on tending on either side from the seven miles of turnpike built in j center to six inches depth of stone By George V. Steep. application I county of wh:i h thert. are many along the route of what was once The national aspect and significance of the proposed Boone Way and more bui!ding. Mr. Penning, known a "The Wilderness Turn- is one element of the value of the memorial highway which has not ton is an original good road:, man. P'1 uxcel' wl,cre lt iaibc been largely discussed and does not seem to be widely KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION understood Jonesvllle, Virginia, It may not be out of place, therefore, for an outsider, conversant order to lessen thegradeorshorten Sept. 22, 19j:i. the length thereol, from Crab with the present highways agitation, to discuss this feature of the Orchard, Kentucky, to Cumber devolopment and to present to the residents of the districts to be Editor Mt Vernon Signal, Mt Vernon, Ky. lend Gap, in said State: the said traversed the arguments in favor of Boone Way which occur to people and especially to automobile interests, located at a distance from the Dear Sir: road when so constructed to be prospective route. lam informed that your fellow! known as "Tae Boone Way." There are three distinct elements of value in the building of a townsman. .Mr .James .Maret, Ha', asserts 'that with fca!d Secrc'arv of Agrie'ilture will A scientist the aid of instruments of a portable have the worK inaugurated and road such as Poone Way is to be, each of which can be considered candidate for Coun'y Court Clerk j of your count'. It may seem character it will soon be possible completed as soon as practicable separately. These are: 1. The local value, comprising the direct benefit to the strange that a man living so far man to discover the ana make rep0rt t0 the Senate. for a young persons acd communities located on the proposed route: away as I do in the State of Vir- aura of his irnmorata and in so do. GOOD ROADS SOME The value to adjacent and nearby counties, especially ginia, would be interested 11 whoj ing to infallibly read her mind to MORE AND THEN SOME relating to the rapid development of subsidiary high- would be the County Clerk ofj wise wards himself. Ifheisbnt ways. your most excellent Connt,, , but, enough to suggest ice cream or, the test j Much has been said much The value of the road to ad jicent territory as a result hOAvever strange it may appear. I 3. carmels before he makes It's aliotit n tlifriVult to tlesrrilie tiif new of its place in the national highway and touring system. am, and hope it ill not be out of, he ought to be gratified with the. need be said about "Good Roads" clothes as to write nliout tin liivttiest uirl Surely one hundred years of The local value of the Boone Way is already well understood by place for e to s.iy a won! in be- results. : ".io"1 paths" 'bridle paths" etc the iople living in and near the territory to be traversed. at :i Lea j i Year Party. You've ot to t, At least, half of Mr Maict. 3 While I am a Virginian at the .u Jit to give way to real good the writer feels safe in assuming that practically all part:es in the litr with your own ers. Maybe you'll like aDie Hie piai'L ueaiiucs ami vcu auu roads, and why not. Because! territory appreciate the advantage of having a good road on which to same time I am half Kenturkiun her if you tloift there are others- - So, it" Stunted. That is a fact that every and again because, people have my mother was from the. reach their distributing centers. Arguments on this score is there- - becau-iTMlf 1n at on1 fnvmar IrTlrttTC one suit doesn't please you, we've another. B not yet become oonviuced that' fore unnecessary great State of Kentu ky. I am . . plant. It i same is true of the human It's a jiuestion of tate. Prices i That lies the best interests of a neighbor- The value to counties and districts lying near, but not actually on interested in Kentucky for auo:h?r conditions affecting jl child are the with you. The hetter the clothes you buy, l II rniltltv or a Statu rl ..ttonrlc the route of the proposed highway is probably not so well under- reason, she is a daughter of Vir- ' depressing &nd unfavorable it is be-- 1 . largely upon its facilities lor stood. On this score, it is only necessary to po the longer thev lat ami the better thev nt to all of the dis- ginia. I am interested in her well nigh impossible for it to be, transportation, travel and com- tricts of the United States where highway building has been begun. cause she has been a great State' look while you're weannir them. Iut anythiug but stuuted in mind body mercial and lias played a prominent partj intercourse. V, It has been the experience of practically every such section that, everyone prefers ours They are best. ,. . . , .., ... and character. vcmucsuu wutiuifc muveu CI nee the first trunk line is built, the increased realty values and pro- in the making of the great Nation Business, professional men and drawn by horses or motors, are portionate increase in business inevitably leads to the rapid develop- of which we all are so proud. I citizens generally, along the route the chief dependence for trans-ofth- e ment of subsidiary or branch roads, diverging from the main '.ine have known Mr. "Maret thru his old Wilderness Road are jportation. and these are render-awakin- g from each community on the main line to each other community lo- efforts as a public spirited citizen, to the importance of the ed helpless, or cannot be cated within striking distance. This development is invariably uni- a man whose efforts has reached Improvement of it into a tably used on the socalled roads form, and wherever trunk lines have been constructed in this coun- out beyond the confines of his National Highway and are getting that zig zag, up hill and down try, the branch 'ines have extended in all directions until the o.vn County and whose influence over crags, and crevices, canyons territory, usually bare of any good highways in to work. the first place, scon his even reached beyond the aud precipices, all over the coun- - becomes "grid-ironebor.lers of his ovn state in the with paved pikes. In verv many cases parents are try. monumental task at which he has' As far us the arguments thus far presented are concerned, the' responsible for the lack of charact ee i working in securing a nation People wno undertake to move ter that appears in their children. crops or coal or lumber over such r ad is simply a necessity and is of little or no iuterest to outsiders. al highway between iheturn-pike- s THINK OP IT THIS WAYi They exert little if any discipline, roads, do so often at risk: to their .However, the question inevitably arises, "what part does this road of Kentucky and Cumberland Gap ca'e nothing about their moral life or the safety of the team. play in the national or interstate system of- highways and routes?'' Tennessee, and Virginia. This trailing, and. set a mighty poor What does it profit any way if a If it does not connect with the main thoroughfares, or does not app?; 1 work on the part of Mr. Maret Tour income will never be example. What can be expeted man shall punish himself and to the more distant public, the road then remains purelv a loon' issue has been a work of laborand love, large enough to buy everyof children that come from such team all summer in order to pro- Mid musi be developed wholy at th? expense of the local interests. and to which I understand he has thing you want ami have hn the other hand, if the road affords a irreat scenic and histnnVnl given his time and attention withhomes? vide feed for his team, and the re- appeal and does connect with the main traveled thoroughfares, it then something left to save. The out compensation. We cannot al The Lexington Herald savs its Pair r' hi wagon ana gear? becomes an interstate or national issue, a source of interest to the more you earn, the more you Men everywhere Say I'm in ways work a good horse and not time for calling the attention to distant public aiul an eventual source of continuous income from spend. the people that Kentucky needs a in favor of good roads, Are they? through traffic. Under these conditions, also, the promoters or teed it. it we uo, we win soon ; The sooner you beiiin to new constitution and that the next Ask the majority of such, How builders of such a road have a legitimate and effective ground upon find that his strength is gone and Men like Mr. much are you in favor of good life is extinct. legislature should get busy in arcurtail expenses and save, the which to appeal for financial support to tl e national or distant interroads? Are you willing to be Maret who has the courage and conranging details for railing a sooner you will have an inests. who has an interest in his county taxed according to your worth, stitutional convention. terest income to help meet exThe proposed Boone 'Highway, in the writers opinion, offers the and his community to give of bis for good roads, to include only penses. HKwhosays, "I can't," when your owu county or your own most effective and attractive link in the American touring system time toward its upbuilding, is the that is uuder consideration anywhere in the United States at the character of man that should be some difficulty presents itself is magisterial district. You know usually deficient in will power. what the answer and the argu- present time. The national highway cond. lions which will be dis- honored with those compensatory BANK WITH US The man with a strong will, un- ment has heretofore been. This cussed in the following paragraphs will show the grounds upon which offices which pi ices him iu a! dauntedly exclaims, "I can and is not writteu greater and better position to do with a view of this opinion is based. will, 'andalmost invariably does it. springing the question of a Bond In the first place, the country has not any effective route connect- service for his county. He gets a ing the north and the south at the present time. The which In deciding to have the Mulhall Issue. It is intended as a sober connects the east and west, while satisfactory as far as routes travel living from the office nnd giyes it MT. VERNON, KY. mere back to the people in public serappeal to the calm charges investigated in public ing conditions are concerned, nevertheless do not traverse territory vice. Mr. Maret has been a man Corgress has done well. Secret judgment of people who really of any especial scenid or historical interest. of great force as, already, he has sessions would .have aroused sus- want to better their's and every The touring system of the east and south approaches Kentucky been able to interest Governors, one elses opportunity for making picion of star chamber methods. Clubs, an honest living. The subject of thru North Carolina, Teinessee and Virginia as far as Cumberland Senators, Congress-meBradley introduced good roads is a live, burning issue Gap or Middlesboro. The touring system of the north reaches on Chambers of Commerce, anjd Senator a Boone Way bill in Congress on Not new either. It daies back, long, and rather devious tenacle southward into Kentucky as far as Boaids of Trade all over the RACKS FiUST DAY Aug. 13 September 18th a copy of which at least to a time when all of Ken- Crab Orchard Springs. Between these to points there is practically country in the great and laudiMe TJ..4. ;i l ic '"""un.wui.ciiicu, uuL .1.:- - suoi i uuuurecii muui undertaking of bui.diug this gre.it spclg3C$3d&. can be found in this issue of the tucky was practically a forest nniliino" ;i c f' i " rmrlc o ii ...ni.....,l iiiia A...d """""c "" ot territory contains the most intensely interesting atmosphere in highway, which fact is positive Signal. with nothing better than Indian and deer paths. Nothine but the eastern half of America, if not in the entire country. The scenery proof ol his ability and of Geo. V. Steep, the noted writer j ( Boones to properly fill the Office Trace" was then known is unsurpassed, the history the most romantic of any section of the is doing valiant work for Boone nation. I j a.- the writer which he seeks. Besides, as so far is informed Way in connection with our secreThe completion of the road from Cumberland Gap to Crab Orch- stated above, placing him in the in some parts of Kentary and members of Commercial existed tucky. Twelve years after Ken-- , ard Springs would therefore connect the two great touring systems, position which he asks the people, Ky Club. tncky became a State, a nioye-ine- the great highway systems of the country, thru the Kentucky moun- gives to him sustenance and enthe most his time, to put more was inaugurated, looking lr any one wants to feel good let the construction of highways to tains, and afford of roads. interesting and altogether attractive link in ables himand ability intoofthis great the entire chain energy, at him do good. There is nothing COMPLETE LINE The value of the route may be seen in additional light from public service work. When tht national government expense. helping others, to produce that Coffins, Caskets and Robes, It was in i8o2when Ohio was ad another point of view which, at first reading may seem rather far- people have an opportunity to re desirable condition. In the location ward a public spirited servant mitted as a State that Congress fetched, but which is in reality entiiely reasonable. iVian. ip Ofriinh nr 'I'aio. r of the, Lincoln Highway, the great national coast to coast route from like Mr. Maret has been, they are Some friends, like sundials, are Incorporated in the act of admisphone orders Promptly rf t are no good except when the sun sion a provision that 5 per cent of New York to San Francisco, the engineers originally planned to go notdoing their dnty, iu my judgli. Filled. from Pittsburg, through Columbus, Onio, Iindianapolis, St. Louis ment, when they turn aside from shines; others are good in cloud as the proceeds of public land in that state should be employed in and Kansas City, thence to Denver. However, the discussion of him merely for the reason that he well as sunshine. this route caused so much jealousy in the' cities that were missed, does not happen to be ot their building highways. such as Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and Chicago on the north, and particular political brand of poliIn a Subsequent article the CONGRESS AND writer proposes to give a breif his- Cincinnati, Louisville and Evansvilleon the south, that the tentative tics I believe that we should re The route actually located, thus, passes ward men for whnt they do and tory .of road making at National route was abandoned SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION not merely for and State expense It is to be from Pittsburg to Denver, half way across the continent, without I know nothing what they rrofess. of the comparative hoped, that our people will be able touching a single large city and all of the way through territory of very merit of Mr. Maret sopponet, but Especially, from the Illinois line, across northern I do know that he would have to to see how our national prosper- doubtful interest. James Maret, Secretary, has re- ity is hampered by the Indiana and central Ohio the route is barren and uninteresting, and be a very and wretched ceived from Senator Bradley a condition of the things we call from Pittsburg east the route rams its way through a bankof coal public spirited man to deserve more merit than does Mr. Maret. copy of the bill that was soot and the glare of coke ovens. roads. V. Thanking you tor space in your introduced in the senThe Lincoln highway association, incidentally, has practically Mt. Vernon, Sept 20, i9i3. paper which gives me an oppor ft ate last week. agreed to build a subsidiary route thru Indianapolis and Louisville to tunity to say a word in behalf of Bardstown.Hodgensville, the Lincoln farm and Manioth Cave. It has one so deserving, I am. MOTHER OF EIGHTEEN Authorizing an appropriation and. Round Round been unofficially indicated that this route may be varied through Yours very truly, Trip Trip CHILDREN expenditure to make a survey and ROBT L. PENNINGTON. "I am the mother of eighteen Lebanon to Crab Orchard Springs. However, splendid touring pikes procure an estimate of the cost children and have the praise of are already in existence from the line of the Lincoln highway at the DO YOU of the construction of a macada- doing more work than auy FEAR CONiSUNPTJON SPECIAL TRAIN young Illinois border, thru Indianapolis to Louisville, and there is a fairly Orch- woman in my mized post road from Crab town," writes Mrs. No matter how chronic vour ard, Kentucky, to Cumberland C. G. Martin, Boone Mill. Va. "I good pike in service from Louisville to Crab Orchard. cough or how severe your throat Considering the intense scenic and historical interest of th. Gap, in said State, said road to be suffered for five years with stomor lung ailment is, Dr. King's ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. ach trouble and could not eat as Kentucky route in contrast to the barrenness of the northern system, New Discovery will surely help known as "The Boone Way." a it is a safe assumption that the completion of the Boone Way link yon: it may save your life. Still Be it enacted by the Senate and much as biscuit without suffering. I have taken three bottles of from Crab Orchard Springs to Cumberland Gap, will swing the man wreen. ot mauciine, coi. House of Representatives rf the Chamberlain's Tablets and am now trend ot transcontinental and interstate touring from the main route writes: "Two doctors said I had United States of America in Con- a well woman and weigh 168 consumption and could not live i&orieDc&yq&c&xft gress assembled, That the sum of pounds. I can now eat auything of the Lincoln highway south to the route of greatesti nterest. FOUND, the plare to hnv Spectacles jcC two years. I used Dr. King's To the great bulk of raortorists, and there are hundreds of thous- New Discovery and am alive and and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, , J"J ConOVCT $8,000 is hereby appropriated, and I want to, and as much as I want and feel better than I have at any ands of thorn always on the roads, the choice of routes would be made well." Your money refunded if it Silver and Aluminum Frames. Larthe Secretary of the Treasure is time in ten years. any I best fails authorized and "directed to pay one in Boone Mill or refer lo and without r.e least hesitation. From the east, the route of choice in- hometo benefit you. Thecolds, gest selection in town. Kyty tested vicinity MT. VERNON, KY, remedy for coughs, Free. Years of experience. that amount to fbe Secretary of they will vouch for what- - I say." evitably woLld be through the wonderful valleys of old Virginia to, throai and lung troubles Price Fron tRooms over Baker's Store C. Agriculture, which amount or so Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale the Keatuckylinefjaver Up boqne Way,, and wthj, to the Lincoln 5oc. and $t. . Guaranteed by Phone 49-JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 7 "" JCgntinpd on 4th page. Chas. C. Davis. much thereof as" may be necessary by all dealers. COX BROS. STORK .xSxaeacSscggacSeacgg VFRNOIM SIGNAI I iyj BOONE WAY A PROPOSED NATIONALHIGHWAY CUMBERLAND GAP, TO CRAB ORCHARD, KY, Wv mzha I r4 ; j i THEY PREFER OURS Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style No Wonder, Simple as A B I C , I j r l , ' . ' s-- o I e j I I lirw-ir- .i., ' ' , E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. profi-propose- d d' . -- ti I - , I ; T j ! : : PEOPLES BANK non-partis- an n - his-energ- :3cl'fc5:g?r$ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER - nt I Brodhead &$$&&:? Vort1Zp 'I self-sacrifici- rg CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPT. 28th $50 JmMMinil4 .50 Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am FOUNB! I P. Dentist S. J. MOORE , ') 1. 1 -- CUi- i fikt... - 4f ' . mi v . -. - H..., - ....... -. LOCAL dkn , - - ' . - :- -- ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, -- '"Recommended by a friend" Ky. , Sept 26. 1913 that's what makes Fish's bui-iues- r 7M "No. 79" Wlien wan toCommunt- cate wltli SIGNAL up T- - & Q j j I to R. A Sparks sold Craig a fat dow at 4 cts. J. 1 M. ICO pounds weight. Jim fay iie has sold his farm at Wabd, to a man from Tennessee and move to will we understand louisvLtc -- Arkansas The first brick ou tlie Rockcastle TIME TABLE. was laid Wednesday. It will take .4.y9 p m 22 uoitn about cour weeics to complete the 24 nortn 353 a in brick woik. "S3 south 11:3s am, The Revival meetings at the Bap- 12:19 am; j! outh Met nViiii'fti hav hppn linstnnncd'ill-- I Tas. Undrum, Agent. deffinitelyt () ;lc0Ol,nt of mt bs. Phone No. 8. mg able to get the church house in Kiifard at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice readiness mail matter. as second-clas- s Goq y motmed from Crab Orchard Springs, where he PERSONAL 'is making houdquarters for the Tom ami Charles Martin, of present, to Lexington Tuesday on Croh Orchard, were tti town Sun- - Boone Way matters daw John Sigmonaged 70. of Brod. Mr. and Mr-!- Marion Chasteen head and Miss Mollie Adams aged wre ovor lrom Conway Tuesday 2s, of the Jliat section wei in lr at thi County riei' yesterday Shopping. s by the Rev. .1. W. office J. A. P.ea.lev of Lancaster. spent days with Ins brother Roy. V.inWinkle. a few at this place. In a shooting affray on Stinnett Judge L. W. Bethurum wa6 in Cnek, eight miles trora Hydon, Somerset, part of the week ou Leslie County, diaries Manis was wounded feet 3, part, Mason who was carry- wefjw. imjss 01411UJC ML.(iv.pi ua legal business. killed and three othei-Mr. and Mrs V. P. Freeman, Manis was a brother of Will and ing a large stick under his arm, been very low with typhqid fever, SAFEST LAXATIVE FOR s were with Mr. -- nd .1. T. Meadows Alex Manis of Wildie. this counsy. lqt the spc droo to his hand. hut is some better. Mr. and WOMEN U. Hiatt spraU Matnrdsjy tp vy:i. 4. first of the week. is to not.fy the Jackson thinking perh-jNearly overy women needs a NoTicr: This uuf Sunday with his parents, good laxatjvo. Dr. Kin's New MissEisse McFerron spent a public that the fiun of Miller & one of the siuie hoys w"h whom, Mr and Mrs-- Allen Hiatt at life Pills are good hecause they a re portion of last week in Louisville, Beazley has dissolved and as a he had had trouble a few nights Q. C. flfoaHs u prompt, safe, and do not caus.D Quail. and meant to do hjm mjupy ieing the big fair. firm is not to be heid rtponsj' !e Mrs. M. C. Dunlap of spending a rw d&v.s with Mv,h. pain. Mrs. C. C. Wjlliams returned for the acts of either individual as took no chances, but pulled bib re- Sallie Roberts at Gumsulphur Ladill. Tenn says: "Dr. King's volver and began fireiug, without New Life Pills helped her troubles yesterday from & 1 w.o weeks stay such, Miller & Beazley. this week. Mrs. Bon Griffin of greatly." Get a box W. H. Miller. Ro Beazley. a word having been spoken. The daughter, m Louisville with net Recommended, by ball struck Mason in the side pro Mt, Vernon, was in tewn Monday. Price 2oc. Mis. West. Indian Runner Ducks For ducing what has been feared might Otis Frith and Governor Pike Chas. C Davis, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Brown and sm.-- : t have ,60 Indian Runners prove a fatal wound. Soon as J4ifc JTora Parrett were among the tor gale among them jSQtne beautifired, Mason let himself Rockcastle visitors at the State ful drakes fawn and white maki- Jackson ie knqsyn and, then It wits tjjat ngs. They came from Athens, fair last vr.ek. Jacksou, after realising .vhat he .Vesdatuei. S, Riddle and Saiah Tennessee. For terms, address, had done aud that he had shot his Mrs. J, F. 0AR'jt, Vayne returned Tuesday from a cousin, sorely grjeved, w began, Brodhead, Ky. visit with friends and felstives at to rcuder every assistance possible Crab Orchard. to his unfortunate victim. FREE KINDERGARTEN of CovingJ. Beiuirtt flagged a freight train and took The Ksodergarten is free this ton, is with hu i...i.ar Mrs. Julia Mason to Livingston aud had him Ballard and brother, G. hi. BaJlard year, made so by the gifts of Mrs. pared for until he could be taken Lfinodon and some of the citizuus for a lew days visit. of Mi. whp are interested to Richmond. Jackson was arRuth Heppert and Alicr blisses Kindergarten. retted and held at Jjivingston for free haji iVaiyl, after a most delighttul visit ii It is h j'd that all children be trial, A late report is to tbp effect New York, .of several weeks in ?( of three and six that Masou is doing very nicely fjave returned home It is a w.l! tal. d iiiage of this oppor- and will probably recover. very unfortunately affair and no .Mrs. F. R. Asher, of Lame' tunity one is grieved half so much us county and hei sister, Mrs. John P. II H r.'ts tias sold his farm Jackson, and while it may besiid Muiiins. .of Mystic, visited friends r lir.i'iMt postoffice for the that he acted too hasty, yet uo here duriug the week. Jiajid nine pr;ce of uearly $7ooo. o:ethiuks for a moment that the woo has Mrs. T. C Dukw, bean very sick for several weeks, Tias a 0.1 f he best farms in the act was willful or that he did any what to him to wall; coumy rd h$s .he best farm thiug more than is improving and is able house ,f niv in the county. TJie seems necessary at the time. jout each day for a short walk. il.sr Mr Suutts will leave the Voug Mason said that Jackson M rs. J. D. Oatls and little son, ooiin'v is :t source of regret to all. Wis not to blame and that he f dj U ICennith, of Monticello, are visitj Such progressive fill mers and high (Mason) did uot want Jackson ing kee mother, Mrs. Dr. W T. c'ass n en as he is, is what we need. prosecuted even though the injury Francis, of this place, this w-eMi. J. B Noe an uncle of our proved fatal. Vflfioocw jXW II jTi&jakr jGS$&9 Mesdames j. F. Griffin and AiL-- townsmaj . N. Noe was the pur111 f Tate have l5en with their mother, chaser. The Teachers Association for m Mrs. Wallen for the past week. the Third Educational division, Boone Way Postage. Edsr Mrs. Wallen has been very 6lck. EJzjcel of the Swan Abrams Hat Rockcastle County, will be held at Walter Muiiins has returned to Co., whose hats are extensively Level Green school house Octo liis home at Bayfield, Colo., after bers. 1913. The program will be a stay of several weeks with his Worn in our county ns well as thru as follows: (father R B. Muiiins, at this place. out many states contributes to our B. W. postage fund fiis ek. Welcome address, by Jeal Parrett has returned from J. O. Scosroin. $2.50. Dr. Geo. M. Friih, the Tennessee, where he has been en- popular to teach primary arithmeHow dentist, TellLo Plans, gaged for the past month, installtic in first and secoud years, Tenn . and V. H. Jones a success ing crusher tor the W. .1. Sparks ful Wildie Hiatt Mink. merchant sent 1. Co. What are the educational values Boone Wav Booster Band each Mr. and Mrs. Carter McDowell certificates were ussued and for- in arithmetic. of East Bernstadt, came down warded to all ol tht - clever lrvin Bullock new models are very attractive, the Wed jesday and Mrs, McDowell gentlemen. How conduct a spelling class in will remain over a few days with Third and Fourth grades material are rich and handsome coloring her parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. S, Ten shares of stock of the Bank Miss Jalia Brown. and designs. Daily. of Mt. Vernon, belonging to the 10:00 recess. How assign, study, and recite a Wm. Adams, a Rockcastle boy estate of the iato A T Fjgh was sold at public auction at the front Spelling clijos, who is making good with the L. in Mt. Sr. N., and now has a good job at door of the court house Virgil Biown. $J0.QO to. $25QQ to study the cqmmoi fruit Ky., is spending a few Vernon Monday, bringing $130 How Colesburg, days with his parents, M r. and L. T. Stewart was the purchaser trees, how tq keep healthy, and to PUm tailoied and trimraecl effects, of five shares ard G. S. Griffin the spray, Adams. P. H. Slimes. Mrs. Abe . n all the ney materials There was five tiow to keep the oovs on the left last Fri- the other five. G. S. Rev. farm, D. G. Bullock. day morning foi Boonevilte, to shares in the Citizens Bank of Brodhead sold at th" same tjme la:oo Dinner. assume the duties as pastor of the which was purchased by Mrs, Singing. We regret very much to church $5too to Recitation by Arthur Docd. lose Rev. Watson, but with him Fish, widow of the deceased. Instrumental Music, goes the very best wishes of all Big lot of pretty new coats in the uew desirable anMrs. Thos. 0. Robert.-oGive a model lesson with olass fjr his success fn bis new field of nounces the engagement of style and materials, black and colors hr anl text book, how to teach gramlabors. daughter, Miss Sue Gregory Rol by J. 0. Scoggin. Jailer J. S. Langford and C. A. ertson, to Mr WiiJiam Temple mar i How to toach reading and writDavis returned from Tuscon. Ari- Lewis, ing to the firsj and seoond grades, zona, Saturday, bringing Mr. The wedding will take place in Lela May Norton. to Langford's son, Ed, whom we are January: Sunday Courier JournHow to teach Geography, proud to say is in much better al. All the new designs in serge. Von .will have John Scott condition that reported, notwithThe above announcement will no trouble in making your selection The remainder of be standing that he has lost consider- be read with great interest by the taken in a general the day will by discussion ably since he left Rockcastle. people of Mt. Vernou and vicinity. all the teachers of how to secure Rev and Mrs. 0. T-- Runyon Miss Robertson has been at the attendance at school, and how to The and daughter, Ruth, are with rel- head of the Kindergarten in Mt get parents interested. teachers are specially invited to at$2.o6 to atives here for a lew days. 'Mrs. Vernon for more than a year ar d tend this meeting, It being on FriRunyon vas formerly of this coun- has made many warm friends who day they will be allowed the day "We" have a new assortment of ty, but went west with her parents will regret to see her leave. She on their school work. A general pretty serges, diagonals and mixtures Mr. and Mrs W. H. Albright, Will continue as the kindergarten invitation is given to the patrons. to come and t take a part in the some twenty live years ago. Rev. teicher until the Xmas vacation work. Everybody come. Run j on was pastor of the Chris and by that time arrangements J. O. Scoggin. tian church at London, for a few Will have been made for auother to 5 take her place. mouths about twelve years ago. Jalia Sams. T. w i Nashville R R Co. i I j ; ' I j ' CU-rk'- ( com- were at home from Knoxville, mittee met Mt uduv au.l elected V. Tenn , the first of the week campaign chairman. Will Potts left Wednesday forj Miss Robertson spent Saturday A. Cox. Sunday at her home in Louis Resolutions were s .otted which Corbin, where he will go to work, and m wiil apt. ear in our next issue. his wife is visiting relatives at Liv ville. ingston and Withers this week. Miss Dora Wren is attending J. B. Conn, of th ; firm of Conn ttii- year. John Egbert Pish, of Crowell, L'ingdon School Bros., Lancaster, is in town this Texas, and Miss Minerva Pencil spent a few J. Henry Fish, of Mt. 1 1,1 U I 1. c ..1.l home in ee, auu uum u s.au tu ugure - Vernon, were the guests of Cashier 1 days this week at her wiui anyone ueuiug p.uuio.n- -. nd Mrs A M njatt this wefck Pine Hill. .. . . Mr Pnnm is :t nrnrtipfll lilnmlifi- r Miss Grissom, who has charge tl. J. Chesuut, Assistant Cashier and comes highlv recommended lSi,,j! an- r:.: ; of the music department of Ling-do- n in tut- vin.ciia T..ru is :peuuuig uiiun, a high class workman. his vacation vith relatives and Scho arrived Thursday. in Paris and Winchester. friends The Free Kinkorgarten has The parties who have "A During hi absence Mrs. Etta opened with a large attendance Tende rfeot u ith Pern ,"' ' 'Old InMeeting, of Brown is assisting Ca hier Hiatt. The first Mothers' Days" and "Just Patty." dia and if business coutinues to grow, the year was held at books from the library will please she will likely assume the duties Dormitory ou Thursday atteinoou. return same at once. Those who of individual The 8 The Cooking Classes aie meeting ' , .. . , have been getting books from .. daily and jiuiien is being accom many trienas or Mr. ana Airs. J. Ji rary wiil please look your books E Wallin will be glad to know plished j over and if you have either, turn it that they have moved back to our Richar.l Ma- in. These books must be account town. Mr. Wallin will continue Joe Jackson son utar Sinks, Sunday nigLt, as ed for s to make his at the result of mistaken indentity. City, where they have Junction HKODHKAI). imprudent "cts, on the part of Ma resided for the pastaeveral months. son and unwarranted fear on the We are sure glad to welcome Mr. S Mr. and Mrs. Williams were up part of Jackson. It ws about n: Wallin and his estimable family o'clock at night, when Jackson the from Junction City and spent a back to their old home and hope second trick opeia'or at Sinks tew days with Mrs." Loutishia they will never see cause to leave started to his home near Pine Hill Roberts last week. Geo. Owens again. Mr. W. A Carson, who and young Mason, who had started was down from Mt Vernon on has been occupying the J. E WaltoSinks to eaten a tiain to yo to business last Thursday. Aunt lin property will move his family his won: at Winchester, met in ijudith Chesnut is here spending to J. M. Adams' proporty. Dr. a few days with relatives this Mie tunnel just a short distance! was called Duihain, of Tva Hai'.y of P1110 Mason week. Miss roui tli? Sinks office. see Mr. Carlo Helton WednesHill was hero aid .pent a le,. to Jj'neiv Jackson j,ut Jacksojj d;d not e i. ...: K ..: ...... .1., m t ki w u,u day, who is very sick. know Ma,oti. When only a fey tl'"'P " Langdon Memorial Notes. The Deniof ratic county I I I feSifK-if". vji T"A ( s ' I a I fin 1 II UmVy isSh. Mwy-- MMim VJ& f I i 1 1 v.,i:. I r pW 1 1 n book-keepe- r. ffwfi j ' 9 ' head-quarter- Pi VL '!& A -- 8 fs 1 r If you want True taliorin without I m p paying ed a fancy J te-for- e, rs. - to-da- y price, come here and see the ready-tailor- ed Fish Special Suit at $10 to $20. They have hand-fellcollars, hand-maexpertly button holes made thin edge front natural hand-de worketl shoulder in fact, they tire wonderfully tailored garments to sell at $1 0 to $20 . The of fabrics will meet with your appi al too they're strictly and pure worsteds the linings and trimmings too are of the bast You'll see instantly when you try them on that they are truly tailored aud great values at $10 to $20. elet-tio- tts all-wool Made to Measure Suits $15 to $45 "We Stand Dy What You Buy." , V-iio- n, 1 iwf-enO- - The Home of Good Clothes iv-a- ANNOUNCEMENT ' NEW AND LEADING PINE HILL'S I'P-TO-DAT- E JlPji Jill STORE Is now ready to otl'er you tlie grandet bargains ever tered in any storo. :- o 1. : k e KvCJ ss&. wp Cloaks intuits Shoes Shoes Dry Goods The bottom has fell out ott Th mices is now below the Men's these goods and thoy must go rock bottom price. r ' new htM m!lK0 1,00, $l.i)D shoes going now at line. regular price $2.50 Opening Display Suits, Coats, Dresses Skirts & Waists The Men's and Boy's Pants a good line of them. good Corduroy Pants $1.75 Men's I carry '. a full Groceries : I have below competition line at prices far - 1 Boy's Pants going now at 49c In fact everything at rock botworth "fie tom prices. If you lail to visit my store you Best Patent Flour 70c per sack. Second Pat Flour 65c per sack. certainly will miss bargains. Sac Corn Meal 21 lb. sack for 45c, Best Overalls I payythe highest market prices for Eggs at all times. "Watch this space later on. worth S'2.50 'Jeans Salmon cans 3 lb. krout for 25c :25c; for cans Ulb. pie peaches for 3 2ic W. L. Overbay, Pfu$LL DON'T LET BABY SUFFER on the scales while the balance-werWITH ECZEMA AND SKIN smaller. ERUPTIONS W. B. Buiton, of Lancaster bought a fine mare from R. L. Babies need a perfect Skin eruptions cause Elkin. paying $200. and he also them not only intense suffering, bought 011 from J. C. Muiiins of Dr. but hinder their growth. can Mt. Vernon, paying $165: InterHibbon's Eczema Ointment Journal. be relied on tor relief and perma- ior nent cure ofsultering babies whose skhr eruptions have made their -- Our baby was I life miserable. afflicted with breaking out of the For Infants and Children, skin all over the face and scalp. We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema The Kind You Have Always Bought Ointment and were overjoyed to Bears see baby completely cured before Signature rt&x&ffi&Z&x one box was used" writes Mrs. All Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. mail, 5oc. druggists, or by -v PEIFFER CHEMICAL CO. STRENGTHEN WEAK Philadeldhia, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. -KIDNEYS OP LANDbTOCK AND-CRDon't suffer longer with Tveafci- - ' kidneys. You cau get prompt re-- Theo Npjaud, oft'-.- East End. lief by taking Electric Bitters.. remedyt praised bv , is buying hogs in small bunches to tha,t vvondeuful women everywhere. Start with a feed during the winter on new bottle to day, you will soon, feel " corn, ne uougui, a arove 01 30 like a new women wifb aibition-to- tromw.iN. J.nompson. ot near work, without fear or pain. M?. Maretburg, in JRocktastle county, John Dowling of San Fianeijcj,. -- , "Gratitude- - ior. .the-- . that averaged 1 15 pouuds at $7. a .writes: wonderful effect o.Electric.BitfcefsT hundred. Front J. H, Ward, of prompts me to write.' ucoa KfT s the same sectio'd;-- he got a drove of the liver as "Well. Nothing same figure. Two of the- - for- - indidestien or billiousaes. 10 at the irh4 Erice, 5oc andftl.oo, at "Cbas-- C. nnrkers went to 22? nound skin-coverin- Tailored Suits g. - W-itso- n Coats $25oo v CASTOR A Dresses $5oo $J0.oo Skirts $7.50 J. e ' just-receive- 1 - Slit to & McBee .- bter UllVJ. . - t. s - . AQORESED VD Jf'Oiwv &h&KHitad fqnrBiii-m- r navuMnT in in Hot flashes, dizziness, fainting spells, backache, headache, bearing-dow- Case f Merves?" that IS YQUISS A BOONE WAY. Continued iioin Urd patje J 1 IN W939m& Tnt'HCMI MOUJil.fW I nmimmmi LIVES LOST f l&?& mm Mil!' -- 00 5ri- -r '; n pains, nervousness all are symptoms of irrcpularity and female disturbances anil are. not beyond lelief. Prescription SSs Favoritephysician unusually experienced of a famou3 is X in the treating of womo's peculiar ailments. For forty years it has been recommended to suffering womankind. Thousands of women can bear w itnesa to its beneficial qualities. Perhaps its aid is all that is required to restore to you perfect health nnd Etromrth. Now is the time to act, write Dr. It. V. Pierce's, Buffalo. Mrs. Dokimc Kodcehs, of San l'nnriscn, Calif., writes : wundi-rfu- l I take rluure in recommending yur Prescription" nmcJie. and and 'Golden wuh to iar in behalf of your Fuvoriio 111.0 lam now cured of thi Medical Ducovro ' that thniucli their curtd woman :s heir to. Tnese reim-divvarious troubles that a me whenoUienfailedand I therefore resolve to late no other. you for our udvice." I thank AM NOW CURES YOUR DRUGGIST CAN SUPPLY YOU IN LIQUID OK TABLET FORM Mrs Rodcers mmm aTas Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE -l(j beaten. BECAUSE There aiv no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE -- Things we get at Cluis. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley V place as the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. Quality considered, his price can't highway before turning west. To the western tourists, approaching from the wide sw,eep of the Mississippi valley and from the mote di tant western country, the whole appeil would be to turn south at the Tried To Penetrate TerriIllinois border. Sick of the prairie after hundreds, even thousands o Albanians Captured By Servians tory miles of it, the western tourists would inevitable steer south acros From Turks. Indiana and into the Kentucky hills rather than continue across th Vtstern Xeu "paper Tnion News Service Hats and coke ovens of the northern route. Vienna. Dnung a desperate battle It is also to bo considered that the opening of the I'uione high tetween Soivian troops and Albanians, n tlie new Albanian frontier. 200 U way would offer a totally new and perfect touring route to the thous mnians v.ero killed and a lan;e nnm andsof motorists of Indiana, Ohio, Illinois and Michigan, tkegreates icr wounded A ditp.itch says that mortoring states in'the Union. There is no route discoverable Oi he lighting was between Dibra and the map, available to these states, for short tours of a week or less fakova, wheie many of the battles the Servians and the Turk which would offer even a small percentage of the attractions that art .ere fought during .the Balkan war evident in the Kentucky territory. The opening of the Boone Waj The encounter was bi ought about by n attempt of sevcial thousand Al would also offer a clean sweep from Chicago to Jacksonville, Fla. laiiians to penetrate the territory cap traversing the most interesting country availiable. ured by the Servians from the Turks These are the arguments in favor of Boone Way that occur V "hey were repulsed. The Servian the outsider To the writer, these arguments seem reasoi able and roop" lost one cr.pL.in and a coiiaiJ rable number of men. They have logical. It is only necessary to give sufficient- - publicity and con ince been reinferctd. The Servian tinuous agitation to these arguments to secure the buildingof the roac ortifications of the town of Dibra making the mountains of of Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia the eie capiUred by a force of 20,000 Albanians. touring center of the country, increasing land values, stimulating touring class into the terri ousiness and diawing the money-spendinBIG WASTE EVERY YEAR. tory concerned be-wce- n .ell-armed DESPERATE BATTLE WITH SERVIAN SOLDIERS, FEW OF WHOM ARE KILLED. 11 O &r Pd 1 fc! ! m& ). lairvsrpwaesfcN teMlljJ$U1 UiBl u ta && g gj a p a a fl R H M u u Hill AM atEaiJ m ForWMaMlMHMMsassUHMUtlJMMMII Infants and Children. BC'i -- iTtl, Ci5o a&ifi vatVM x. iL.0"3 The Kind You Have Always Bought ALfOllOL 3 BHatJ, f PER CK.vF Bears the Mm mMMMffi&4 Signature 1 SI it AVegelaWeri cparalion Br. . similaliiigiicit)cdap.JRciuli ling Hie Sttxnacbs andBowisof & C Proraotei DieslionJChcerTu!-ncs- s and RestContatts rxiirr Opiuai.Morphin.2 nor Mineral. 01 Not Narcotic. Saipf ofOUEcSJldlLrmmi fslf fA$ Tl Bsrju Scd' jUxScaa Hr.StrJ- Apcrfect Remedy for Consfija-- t ion , Soar Storaach.Dlarrhcp g FALL STYLES Displacement of thf eagle as the national bir y the barnyard hen that lays one eg da v.as forecasted at the convfii on of the National Poultry, Bu t nd lv'g association when V. I ricbe, of Chicago, declared that tin ggs soM oviry jear are now valuer t ?1 000 000.000. Incidentally, he sai. ullj $75 01.0,000 worth of the outpi-d ctrojed every jear because o oor Tin facilities. nomious waste has a direct bearui for it keeps u; in the consumer, ric s. 111 Chicago, City mei'c-- n or Sleep. fcfitt ncs3atdLcss Signature of ?S8U ,VD : 'S "WorrAS.Com-ulsioiis.Fevtris- TicSini ft. tJ j so littc 0 The Centauh Compass; NEW YORK. For Over shirty YsarQ U i &113 1 IB wrl J d&k &l Guaranteed unucrincrou TiT' s gyCT f rTV n 33 s tr.ins-pcrtatio- Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CtNTAUR COMPANY NEW YOU ClTY. zmtt2zz&m&m2mz MBHMKBnMavN&' mtPfimsTvamr- - DRAGNET PUT OUT. Try Him. Phone 2. m pf MI J? J, Indianapolis, Inil. The police drag et is out for Joseph Ellis, about 21 eais old, of Richmond, Va. The po ce are convinced that the young mat led and robbed Joseph Schlansky, a lothing merchant, whose body wai ound in a hotel room here. Ellis, the iolice believe, is the same person who as committed similar crimes in sev al cistern and middle western cities lvestigation ot the murder of Schlan Ky showed that it had been coollj aimed and the escape so cunninglj nried out as to throw off suspicion -- mminiiiinmninnffliiinminin iiiiiumuiiumijiiiiuiu Jtx. VERNON DISKET CO. 1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS AND 1 2 Z FUNERAL DIRECTORS, E E31JIAJ.3IKJS "mporarlly. Mt. Vernon, Ky. HIS LAST STAND. lffi iL ''&T ssBillllllllllllllliH if !&'' r We Want To Show You and take look at the bet thini to wear for Fall. You'll not bo ahkt to Imy Step in today or tomorrow a A Check on The Mt. Vernon Bank r Ladies' Suits $10, $15 and up Ladies' Coats $500 and up Wook iree articles of impeachment out of ie eight on the ground that the al oged acts were committed before Mr iiilzer became governor. The fight lad not been finished when the hour if adjournment came. Albany, N. Y. Jacob H. Schiff, wht ive $2,500 to the Sulzer campaign nd, will be the first material witness gainst the governor in his trial before he high court of impeachment, if the rial proceeds as planned. Before Mr '.chiff can testify the court must rule n the demurrer offered to set aside g Sr T: B COUCH W3ETAL1C CASKETS Coffins and Robes. g 5 S Licened Embalnier will have charge of that line of work for the eomiiany. CrOrders by wire promjitly h'lled. Hearse sent to all points g SOfKce GEORGE OWENS, Managers t. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiUiuiiiiiiUiiUimniuiiiiiiiiiimii s a check on our payments. "When it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money For the Sign of the Pish CINCINNATI Corn vhite MARKETS Ssc'Qt-rc? c rjl- - Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and 3'ou'll save in spite of yourself. No. 2 white No. T No. 4 white 74Vj& 6c, 75,i76c, No. 3 yel ow 7575M;c. No. 4 yellow Io.2 mixed 76761yAc, No. 2 mixed 5&76c, No. 4 mixed 73(74i2C 7677c, No. 2 yellow 7777c, 7375c 2tt THE BANK OF MT. VBRlVOiH MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President. A. B. iirJLH'P.vMii:! VCriKr- 8&g&&3&&& , ITHJ Hagj.EADiriGj C1.0' No. 4 white timothy clover $1515.50, To. 2 clover $1313.50. Oats No. 2 white 46S)46y.c, stand ird 45Vj46c, No. 3 white 44i(7rl5c 1 aixed ear Hay No. hite ear 7679c, yellow ear 7779c. SADDLES rup-leath- ers 7678c. a A Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- - W at a reasonable price Men?s Saddles, new, $4.00 and up Ladies Saddles, new, $5.00 and up & & All Around the SfcSMJ v Busy Aaffitism u .rrSKnas-- . Corner !&?$ ?: Wheat No. 2 red 9697c, No. 3 ree )3(iji95c, No. 4 red 7392c. Eggs Prime firsts 2Sc, firsts 2Cc ordinary firsts 22c, seconds I545c, mixed I 4344c. No. 4344c, 3 mixed 4445c, No. 2 mixer No ? FURNISH, Cashier. The Remington Cubs find mat tptea helps tn th woo d' 's -. 1M; mm UNDERTAKEN lift lift yI ally,' VTiTJ u AH VL Springers, lb, lb and under, 17Vc; old rooster Oe, hens, over 4 lbs, lS'oc; liglit, bs and under, 14M:c; ducks, under bs, lie; spring ducks, 3 lbs and ove lc; white, 4 lbs and over, lie; tui ceys, 8 lbs and over, 19c; old toms 19. 'oung ISe. Cattle Shir ners $7.25S.15; butel r steers, extia $7.7S7.90, good l hoice 5.507.50, common to fa Poultry 17c. lCc over 1 Old Main Street bark of Court House. I W T. DAVIS J YEARS I I STOMACH TROUBLE ( y) jjft Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coffinsfurnislied Hearse sen! to all parts of Hand-mad- e vJv the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled mwm .shci xI ?w ,jumrmm nhGet your bird Cut down your lead . sWiOm y$ri 7 AJlk (p::imon air $4.50'0)(J; cows, extra $r J!5vGZ ood to choiee ?5.50(?(.15, eonimon t air $3(05.25; canncrs ?3(Tj 4. 55.50(5 tj.25, Bulls Eologna ext. ;6.35, fat bulls ?.2F;.50. Calves Extra $11.25. fair to gor S50(M1, inmion and larc ?5''.tl0.5 Hops Selected heavv ?S.90Jl'9 ;ood to choice packers and butchei 9.209.25, mixed packers $9fi)9.2 stags $4.257.15, extra $7.25, commc o choice heavy fat sows $4.50rT)S.1r 5 75'7 (1.75, 1 4.75fr.3r; ood to choice heifers, extra ?77.2: FOR FIVE Majority of Friends Thought Mr. taking other medicines. Hughes Would Die, But take his advice, although any confidence in it. 1 decided to did not have W. A. COX,! Phone 94S JRBr5l""'5'ir'ii'n'inriij-i-?rnSlP MT. VERNON, KY M Am I with the center of the load the making of shot shells, the greatINest forward step since the invention of smokeless powder is thei'eeZ lining to grip the powder and concentrate all the drive of the explosion back of the shot. It's a Remington special invention that steel lining. You find it in the Remington-UMArrow andNilro Club. steel-line- d shells get their shot These quicker than any other to the target shell known to the shooting fraternity. C .'i,",'X,'((C ' ! JONAS McKENZIE v, km f 11 ' oigs (110 lbs and less) $4S.25. good t Sheep Extra light hcice $;.503.90, common to fa $1.75(713.25, heavy sheep $3.25S3.75. Lambs Extra $7.25, good to choie $6.UG7.15, common to fair $4.25(fj'6.5( culls $3.504. yearlings $3.50(g5.5 stock ewes $3.50(ff4.50. $4(5-4.10- xtra $8.25, light shippers $8.759.2 , One Helped Him to have now been taking Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. ad1 Pomeroylon, Ky. In interesting am so thankful for what has done for me." Black-Draug- ht Black-Drau- ght GIRL KILLED BY AUTO. Linton, Ind. Mary Peterson wa. killed by being run over by an auto mobile driven by former Senator Os car Bland. The girl, who was only i years old, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson. She and three other little children were going tc market when the accident occurred Mary Randall, 7 years old, one of hei companions, was caught under the car but escaped with slight Injuries. A warrant has been issued for Bland Thedford's has been stomach trouble for five (5) years, and found a very valuable medicine for dewould have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that 1 vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes writes as follows: "I was down with Selz Shoes THE FELLS would die. is composed of pure, vegetable herbs, tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, and I 1 thought surely did not seem to do me any good. I acts gently, yet surely. 1 It can be freely-use- got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, me to try and quit "ROYAL BLUE" is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy. about They cut down the guess-wor- k lead and angles. They put the center of the load right on your bird. dampness can gel through. Jar-prono powder can get out Water-proo- f no energy is lost. Shoot Remington-UMArrow and Nitro Club Steel Lined Eastern Factory Loaded Shells for Speed Plus Pattern in any make of shotgun. of C and all my friends, except one, thought would die. Thedford's He advised Black-Draught, by young and old, and should kept in every family chest. Get a package today. Only a quarter. be "The steel lining is moisture-proo- f no charging manslaughter. jj IF you need a good pair of shoes it JONAS McKENZIE r s'J't.( yjrr p or, if He doesn't, there's a more, alert dealer in this section who is worth oar finding Remington Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Your dealer carriei them 299 Co. tyroaJwa I New York ON, KY. r Xr- Children Cry .f -i MS. " .i- Oh-ildiren , 1 ijAv. te- - ..l&fcA FOMIXTCHErS Cry , m&-- DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED was taken with diarrhoea anr "I Mr. Yorks. the merchant here, persuaded me to try a bottle o Chambrrlain's Colic, Cholera anr Diarrhoea Remedy ,After takinj one dose of it I was cured. It alsc imtmatammmttm cuied others that I gae it to, writes M. E Gehhart, OrioTe, P.i Ai That is not at all unusual ordinary attack ot diarrhoea car almost nvariably be cured bv one or two doses of this remedy. For sale bv alL dealers. i a MaMljaiiiMMHE 4 I . 1 ssssssV ' LL .'. kt,.! ;( r M, Aai --