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Mount Vernon signal: November 14, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913111401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 14, 1913 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. T! ;N C Xv- y - 3 itf3f s J y .' V x Published Every Friday VOL CLUE XXVII. PJIPIIIil W1j1PIi 4 PIMIIIiI " Established 1887 NUMBER 7 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNT Y, KY., FRIDAY, NO VEMBER U 1913. FAIR FAMINE IS FEARED BY THOUSANDS IN FOREST CITY-CLEVELAND ASSOtlAN elects oeficers NEXT YEAR FOR There was a meeting of the e Mt. Vernon Fair Association Saturday, which All Railways and Trolley Lines Are Paralyzed Poles, Wires and was attended by f some forty or Houses in Tangled Debris. fifty enthusiastic lair people. The , THE CENTER OF STORM'S VORTEX. WE CAN SAVE FOR YOU j 15to50on your purchases I ? 'Vestern Newspaper Union News Seivlce. secretary's report for I9I3 was Cleveland, O. Communication has read and received,' While the fair been cut off from the outside world barely come out ,yen yet every for the past 48 hours, but one teleone feels that it was a most sue graph wire was working. The gale which as swept the city has sub- eessful showing, "considering the but a blanket of heavy expense Dinting the, fair on. sided somewhat, snow, varying in depth from four to ten feet, covers the city and suburbs. The following is aUaondenbed stateNumerous lives are believed to have ment of the secretary's report as been lost, and thousands are threat- read before the stfck holders meetly ened with famine unless the streets time. The are cleared within record suffering in many quarters has been Receipts. We have been doing it ior the past twenty years for more than a thousand people throughout Rockcastle. What we have been doing for others we can do for you. intense. Prom adv. in catalogue 290 50 The interurban trolley lines, over Gate receipts 1st day 142.00 which much of the city is transported, " 2nd f" 585.15 have been paralyzed for two days, and . there is little hope of traffic being re34ig3 3rd,. sumed for some time. Many power I74.00 plants have been shut down to pre- Special premiums f 4o8.oo vent conflagrations and electrocutions Concessions etc. from live wires, which are dangling Total $i95(5 60 everywhere. Conditions have grown DISBURSEMENTS worse since the lighting plant blew 928. 5o down in a gale, leaving the city in Paid in Premiums'! of the greatest fears Is Special Attractions darkness. One 25o.oo from fire. Every possible precaution Sec'y Service ' For 150.00 is being taken by the exhausted fire17200 men and policemen, as well as by indi- For music vidual property owners. Printing catalogue1 loo 80 STAND BY PRESIDENT. OUR TRADE HAS DOUBLED- Since we bought and put on sale the Bankrupt Stock of A Spiegel & Co This Stock consisted of Men's and Boys' Clothing Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks Suits, Men's Hats and Caps Men's Boys The Test that Makes You Sure of Wool Clothcraft rf-s- in Wilson's Washington. President cabinet stands firmly behind him in his efforts to force the retirement of Provisional President Huerta as a necessary step to the pacification of Mexico. For more than two hours the cabinet discussed every phase of the Mexican situation, and the consensus of opinion was that the United States government should not take a single backward step in Its announced program looking to the restoration of constitutional government jn the neighboring republic. FLYING SQUADRON ON WAY. Chicago, II, Three hundred cavalrymen and officers, comprising th3 "flying squadron" of the Fifteenth United States Cavalry, left Ft. Sherl- Uvf3iHhvslcnK)5di--irjiftcc- will be stationed at Ft. miss. Texas. They left 011 a special train composed, of two sections over the Rock Island Railroad, With their departure only 20 men were left at the local garrison. TOWN PRACTICALLY DESTROYED Official Stable rent ! a. s wniie wasnine ys Cleaning grounds"' Printing and adv.. Annual tax paid State For stamps and express For water 3 days of fair ao.oo 20.00 30 00 5625 to 00 I7 85 15.00 2o.oo Ladies' and Children's Sweaters Overcoats Raincoats Notions, &c, &c, &c, which we are selling 50 per cent lower than the same can be sold for in the regular way "We do not handle goods that are made solely for the purpose to sell cheap. We sell high grade goods at cheap goods prices Our spot cash works wonders when it comes to buying goods '4 Gatekeepers Ticket seller 9.00 Paid on last yeas acct. id.oo Repairing buildings,, water connections and building secretary office 20 00 Paid interest on indebted- We UnderbuyDo You Need: - We Undersell. Don't let our low prices lead you Our spot cash does the work. We offer none but good dependable Merchandise. to think we could not afford to do it. ness Rent on phone at fair grounds' .oj Jiaujins: 50.65 5. Dry Goods, Notions Queens-war- e 00 H E certainty of wool in .tjf For ice 3.25 General expense depends upon Clothcraft Total $1949 60 Ealance 00 something more than the claim In addition to this there was sold $460 00 of stock but every Peru. of that the judgment of l,ima,here state that the reports cent original amount was paid on of the mill or indebtedness and is the la the not iucjuded in the general receipts practically destroyed the buyer, uersons or expense of the quake tban account. the T Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps Shoes, Clocks, Jewelry, Groceries Provisions, Hardware, J -- 9, O.OO 7 d Not even an expert itself can tell by look or feel the presence of cotton all-wo- ol by this town of province of Albancay, by an earthwas 200 and more 3,000 inhabkilled, Nearly all of are homeless. The tPWP is sititants uated about 40 miles southwest of Cuz-cIt Is an Important sugar center. Enamelware Tinware Salt, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture, Carpets, Druggets American Fence, Barb or Smooth Wire or ANY thing else you can think of ? If you want what you want when you want it 191 3 o. severe test. CINCINNATI MARKETS in a cleverly woven 'mixture The cal test only sure way is a chemi- In this test a piece of cloih is boiled in a solution of caustic All wool is guaranteed in every suit or overcoat Look for this guarantee in the inside coat look for the pocket Clothcraft label Then you are absolutely sure of all-wo- Corn No. 2 white 7777M.c, No. 3 White 7677c, No. 4 white 747Cc, No. 3 yellow 75y2 No, yellow ' ac, no. TUc, wo, 4 yeuow No. 3 mixed 76 Cloth-cra- ft mixed white ear 77c, No, 4 mixed 76c, 7677o, 73'7Gc, yellow ear 73g7Gc, mixed ear 7375c, 7376c. Hay No. 1 timothy $19, standard timothy $18, No. 2 timothy $17, No. 3 and assured of plenty of help. timothy $15, No. 1 clover mixed $16.50 17, No. 2 clover mixed $14.7515, The Mt. Vernon Fair is composed No. 1 clover $15, No. 2 clover $13. ot a live htincn and mere is no 44c; standOats No. 2 white 43 Owing to the fact that there is still an indebtedness banging over the association, it has been agreed by all stock holders to work next year without any charge, which will be a saving of between $350. and $500. and this together with the $b!oo- - worth of stock jet to be soraww place the fair out of debt and oq the roau to a great success. Even the secretary does his work gratis, but of course he is promised DEPARTMENT STORE tj ca a B r--h Come to Baker's o3 en W U cj fcn B3 U. G. 15 to workhouse. .ii OS ?. - o J to Mount Vernon Buy of Us and Save Baker 50 11 c -- X . o ;3 cs Ba CO d. & C3 g en 33 CO so a CO fl) g PC & 2cd 3-3. (I) ard potash dissolves If all-wo- ol, it clothes that will wear well and hold ol "completely their shape and good looks standing back when it comes to makinga fair. A good fajr regardless of the diyidends is the slogan mixed 4142c. Jtys No. 2 rye 6354c, No. 3 60 pf that bunch of boosters. p2c. Np. 4 50 60c. The following are the officeis Vhea't Np. 2 red 9496c, No. 3 red 9093p, Np. 4 red 84390c. elected. Eggs Prime firsts 39c, firsts 37 secC. C. Dayis, Pres., J, ft. Coffey 37M:C, ordinary firsts 3233c, onds 2324c. V. Pres., W. H .Fi$tl, Sec'y and Poultry Hens, heavy, 13c; hens, ., large, Treas., JBJ. R. Gentry,. springers, light, 1010c; 4343c, No. 3 white 41(Q)43c, N'o. 4 white 40 41c, No. 2 mixed 42 43c, No. 3 mixed 4142c, No. 4 t- C5 r o 03 a HS -5 2 -- - M " a cn en e en e -- c? oo er "1 r ffl er to to - mm mi in tabloid were sentenced to term in the Asst-Sec'y- lOM-c- ; .If it's a mixture the cotton remains Every yard of cloth young, 9 lbs. and. over, keys, old (10 lbs and over), ljgjit (under 0 lbs), 19c. Why take a chance when Clothcraft in sured clothes cost you only $J0 to $25? usedin Clothcraft must be able to prove . aS r Qa&c4KM.4t 2fo. fo ft lezcetUt tZte-- t 6t7-07- Lt xs cc . eZC&&. Sutton & McBee THE CLOTHCRAFT - I STORE i Secretary of War Garrison, on his return to Washington from C. BJ. MuUins, Tom Ktrby, Win. The Law Committee of the RePanama, said the defences of the - publican National Committee dePoyuter, G. S. Griffin. J. W. Pa.rCattle Shippers J6,507.65, extra constituted a Canal Panama $7,257.40, gopd tp choice ?6.25(QrT;25, tsons, W. G.Jlysinger, R, B, Mul- - cided that the committee has no common to fair $4.506; heifers, ex-r- a lins, U W. Bothurmn, and T-- J. power to change the basis of rep- marvelous feat of engineering. $6.857, good to choice $5.75 resentation in national conventions 6.65. common to fair $4.505,65 cows, Niceley, The constitution of the Anti- extra $6, good to choice $5.2o5.90, Honorary Vice Pjes. without calling an intermediate common to fair $3.255; qanners $3 Saloon League . of America will be W. G. Niceley, J, t. Cooper, convention for that purpose. , 4.15, . , , extra Dr. Y- - T. Amyx, Y- - O. Cotun.-gim$5.5.06.2Q, I" mu. Bulls Bolegna ItYWWUIUUUJI I. W1.V.V-- 1 $6.356.50, fat bulls $6.256.5,Q. T. J. peamngton, 'Albert The achievements of the United possible a campaign for nationCalyes Extra fip.7ll, fair to, Alien, Solomon Griffln,.J. 'S. Helgood. $810.pp commpn and large Confederacy were wide prohibition. ton. G M. Ballard, George Rogers, Daughters of the $4,'5010.25. Hpgs Selected iiea.vy $8,15?.25, J. M. Craig, J CGfiffin, R. P, recounted bv Mra. Alexander E. in her Thomas F. Kane, president of good to choice packers and butcherg Norton, J. W. Hilton Wra. Bul .White, president-generaKentucky papkers $8S.15, lock, W. B. Sigman, J. T. UerUryx ?gt15,?5, mixed address before the annual conven- the University of Washington has Baptists tp choice heavy staes $47. common u""t Cbest- - . ? ,sows; $4.507,75, extra $7.85, light T. N. Noe, J. P. $. Drurflmqnds tion of the organization in New been elected president of The nut trie finest eayjauarters of fat an? shippers $7.607.90, pigs (110 Jbs and and B. A. Riddle. National Association of State Uni-- 1 Orleans last nignt. j uapust ocaie xsoard in tbe less) $5.507.50. soutd. . versities. T. Sheep Good 'tpcholcp ?4)4.40, pgnj-- . NEARLY EVERY CHILD HAS xt is xe. neadquarters lor ?23-75- . mon to fair The four members of the SenWORMb. gpod to choirs Lambs Extrq Postal clerks wift ; stamp Christ varipns departments of our Stete Paleness, at times a flushed face ate "Banking and Currency Com?6.757.15, commpn to fair ?56,5Q, wo 17k.' unnatural hunger, picking the mittee who favor the Administra- mas packages for patrons thia. 'A Survey of, tfce Field-Sho- ws nose, great thirst, eto., are indica- tion Bill refused to meet with the year, according to a new plan PUT TO ROUT. WORKMEN that we have iJ&Q chnrcbes in the by the Post;,-offic- e tions of worms. Kickapoo vVorm country;, r&in towns and villages reliable, thorouyh med committee and continued work on Philadelphia, Penn. Taking sudden Killer ts a their report to the Senate caucas and sevnty-nin- e in cities. Of excoptlon to the planting of a lnrgs icine for the removal of all kinds worms irom children and wooden pole In front of her home, Mra. of Turkish, peace, tlfcese, i,og3 have preaching once The Qreek. and Kickapoo Worm Killer Emma C. Bergdoll, widow of a rail adults. The social evil can be cured as delegates at Atnenshave. r,eaced? an a month, 175 twice aad 165 have-- lionalre brewer, chased a gang ot in pleasant candy form, aids d- - readily as typhoid fever if the, agreement on practical ail points1 full time service. There are workmen from her premises by points gestjon, tones system, overcoming question is approached sejennfij-- in negotiation. Jng at them a revolver that seemed as j constipation and ' in 1,095 churches and , increasing the big as a horse pistol. At least, the action of the liver, ,1s perfectly Lcally, declared Dr. T BT. Cr(?hers about the same naiber give to : foreman of the gang so described the TONIGHT- safe fcr even the most delicate of HEirtford Conp., before trju-- . missions aad benerolencee. weapon. The workers stood not ifpon Lchildren Kickapoo Worm Killer ernaion.alj Congress, he order of their going, but fled rf you feel dull and Tonight if rrakes children happy nd heedth.v n their tool wagon. stupuU or bilious and constipated 9 Try it. Drug ' 256 Guaranteed. Arrested on evidence that they take a dose of Chamberlain sJTab- Kickapoo stor.es or 'by mail. FOR FLETCHER'S . in a New jets and you will feci all riRlit-tFOR, FLETCHERS Medicine Co., Philadelphto and St. winked at a salesgirl Dy au aeaters. morrow I tor sale Louis York deparment store, three men suringers small, 13c; turkeys, I8ic; 13; tur- Directors,. tur-key- s, l, Lexington. Ky., Nov. 12. The main feature of the General Asso- ciation of Kentucky Baptists ses- . . . sion here today was an impressive report of the successful work of the year bv State Secretary of Missions Dr. W. D. Powell, of Louisville. Dr. Powell was ten years a missionary m Mexico. The principal points in the report were as follows: W Omw nim-u-as 0 wu A? uccu WJ :l-- . lunjrebfc every Baptist in the State in the religious condition and Spiritual &reat Comtnonw-ealth- . ,Def,dnSf - " Headq; , ,.,, te ?7-2- ed Sn-day-scho- ols ly v y- Children Cry O A SXO IA 1 T f$-. Children Crx rs.-, fc - 1 ,t ., , I - ' frH AM I3' O -- t r - ' .i' W ? 1 - "V lr V--' ", ML VERNON SIGNAL' s twelve head of the Brock berd: DECLARE WAR ON COLDS were shipped at once, and aver-aje- d A crusade of education which 2,463 pounds. All the oth- aims "that common cold may be Friday, Nov. 14, 19 3 ers will be delivered this rnonh. come uucommon witniu the next generation ' has been begun by by Hawesviile. - George Brown, prominent New York physicians. Published every Friday of the "don'ts" who. with his father and brother, Here is a lint EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. was seriously cut an election day which ihe doctors say will prevent the annual visiUatiou of the cold: at their voting place at Balltowu, $I.OO "Don't sit in a draughty car." UBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR Paducah. After an iuvestig near the Hancock county line, "Don't sleep in hoi. rooms." tion made by Congressman A. O. has contra ted pneumonia, and "Don't avoid the fiesb air." Advertising rates made known on Stanley, of Henderson, 'Don't stuff, yourself at meal at the so his recovei is not now expected. amplication time. Overeatins: reduces your of the citizens of Smith-lan- d licitation Richmond- .- Top dead body of resistance." county, and Livingston To which we would add when J MEMBER OF .work on the Cumberland Lland John Jones, a I'm mt-- r near Bear yon take a c Id get rid of it as. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION dike, near Smithland.was stopped. Wallow, tiftetri miles south uf here, quickly as possible, To accom Congressman Stanley got in touch was found on tbe rouilsido near plish thai you will find Chamber-Iain'Cong.h Remedy most excel with Washington, D. C, by wsr-an- his home, where he h;id been as-- . lent. Sold bv all dealers. informed" the authorities of sassinated. Nnanests have been The labor and money spent on the river department that the im- made. the Panama Canal might have provement being made would Williamstown v The public been used to better d prove disastrous to Smithland ai puipose on the school building: at Mt. Zion was country's roads, in the opinion ( f It was the Cumberland liver. IT is often said that when you claimed that the removal of 600 destroyed by fire Tuesday even- Oliv.jr Wilson, of Illinois, mastei walk into your place of business all lineal feet of the pike, which wa. ing. The fire originated on. the of the National Grange. consideration of sentiment must be being torn afway, would isolate second floor of the building. The Mrs. Martha C. Simmons, widleft behind. There are great re- Smithland from the Ohio river, loss was about $1,G00. The school ow of a millionaire medicine wards, though, that comes from and clog the mouth of the Cum- building at ElhstOL. in an adjoincomot developing business friendships berland river. The department ing district, was burned two manufacturer St. Louis, mitted suicide because or gossip and particularly on forming asso at Washington immediately stop months ago on the opening day of concerning her husband before ciations with business men of your ped the work and ordered the school. marriage own town. A man may feel that dredge to Grand Chain, 111., on The nomination of Henry M. he saves a few cents by going to CAUSE OF INSOMNIA. the lower Ohio river, where con Pindell for Ambassador to Russia some distant town or city to place siderable Government work is t The most common cause of in- will nof be effected by the alleged us an order for some supply. Let somnia is disorders ot the stomach Lewis letters, be done. according to a look at what he has lost by giving and constipation. Chamberlain's money to build up a town he Hawesviile. -- - Ben Jackson, a Tablets correct these disorders statement issued by Secretary If he ordered his farmer, who lives ten miles south and enable you to sleep. For sale Bryan yesterday. never saw. supply at home, the bulk of his of town, shot and seriously wound by all dealers. Farm For Sale: -- A carra of 80 mnncv would have remained at ed his son, twelve years of age, convention of the United acres located 23 miles west of The home, and would have helped to Tuesday morning while preparing Daughters of the Confederacy, at Brodhead, 00 acres in cultivation make other home industries pros- to kill hogs. He had his rifle in New Orleans yesterday, refused aud 30 acres woodland, a good perous, and enhanced the value of hand when it was accidentally dis to accept greetings from the seven room house, summer kitch his own property. charged and the bullet went Southern States Woman's Suffrage en, good barn aud outbuildings. Perhaps still more important through the boy's body at the Conference. Or will sell house with 5 acres of than that is the fact that when a hips. The doctor in char&e says Marine men are convinced that ground. A splendid location lor a man buys his supplies ot a home there is little hope for the boy to the capsized boat at Port Huron is store. Will sell at a bargain if sold merchant, he makes a friendship survive. the Canadian package freighter at once. that in most cases is valuable. M . A. Stevens, Regina Eight more lrozen bodies The man whcm he patronizes Central City. Bruce Fentress, were washed ashore at Port Frane Brodhead, Ky. son ot Mr. should be willing to return the the eighteen-year-ol- d Ont. A business friendship and Mrs. Alfred Fentress, of MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY favor. Capl. E L. Dorsev, United made in this way works good for South Carrollton, who was struck Located at Conway, Rockcastle Inspector of States Supervising many times when you know it not. by L. & N. train No. 4 on Sunday county. Save half your money Steamboats, sent his resignation to by ordering direct from the The man who buys at home has afternoon, died Tuesday, never Washington lut night on request uursery. I have a fine line of all friends in many widely separated having regained consciousness itinds of nursery stock at very circles, who want him to succeed leasonable prices. Pure stock, Sunday-schoo- l Cadiz. The because the home community true to name and adapted to your which has been in session If you profits by his success. county. Send for pncehst or city since Sunday morning, come to nu rsery . , want favors from the local govern in this a G. D. Smith, well closed last night after most in ment, if you want to stand . Richmond, Ky. Oct. teresting meeting This institute with all classes, if you need ac Was held uuaerj the direction of A TEXAS WUNDER. f commodations in times of financial the Kentucky Sunday school As strain, you cant have too many" The Texas Wonder cures kidney sociation, ana those in charge of friends at home to say a good and bladder trm bles, removing it were the Rev. George A. Jop-li- n word tor you. The supply firm a grauel, cures f'ia ets, weak and and Misses Frances'L. Grigs-b- y hundred miles away never returns all irregularities of the kidneys and Maude L. Dance. They you a thing. Buy at home! Buy and in botv men aud women. have been holding two sessions at home! and boost Boone Way. Regulaie-- . bladder troubles in daily, one in the aiternoon and one children. If no: sold by your Gen. Huerta tacilty refused to at evening, at the Methodist druggist, will be sent by mail on accede to the demanas of the church. Splendid crowds have receipt of $1 00. One small bottle United States expressed in an ul- been in attendance at each service. in two m mths treatme id, nl sel timatum sent him by John Lind Hotel, of Cadiz dom tails to perfect a cure. Send The Glenn early Wednesday that unless he refor testimonials from his and other turned an answer by 6 o'clock last this place, came near being destates. stroyed by fine Monday afternoon Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 night to the effect that he would Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold urevent the new Congress from about 4 o'clock. When first discovered the entire roof near the by Druggist. convening, and so notify the diplo matic corns, the United States furnace flue was ablaze, but by would have no further parleying prompt action of the citizens and with the Mexican Government. the volunteer fire department, MMHMMHUIHaJDia No reply being delivered, Mr. Lind which soon had two large streams left Mexico City last night for of water playing on the firo, it was Vera Cruz, while rumors were cur- soon stopped Not. however, unrent that the American Charge bad til a considerable part of the roof .been given, or, would be tendered, over the office had ben burned. Jiis passports.. It begins to look The office and hallway and sevare needed by every like that Uncle Sam is going to eral of the rooms were almost and have to show those "Greasers" a completely ruined from the Water but most of the contents were thing or two, but that will only be child Zero weathsaved. 3 nice little morning job. -- Fireman John Lewis was caught under the engine and so badly scalled by the steam that he died a few minutes afterward at a Som erset hospital. Claude Gover. h reman, riding on the engine, was also badly burned and scalled. but will recover. P5 fillP i& lffi -- STYLS CLOTHES fl Jmm vjV fy SEA. W i I 1 s THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe these new clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with 3'our own ej es. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, if one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, d It ffcf$9V li-'J- " vhW 3a3 solved once for all by Calumet. For daily use in millions of kitchens has ' roved that Calumet is highest not only in quality but in leavening poiver as well unfailing in results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. ilSOl in. EiDOti- the longer they last and the better they look while vou're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. Received Highest Awards WtrU'sPart cucii-o-, Food Expoutiaa. tiB. Fnnct. Mircl, 1112. Pri - faWn $ I 'J In-stitu- tej HifTjS?3 1.9.9 9 Io-4t- 'S easier and more convenient to writft n. nhpk for dieap or birca yon I Ya aoa't ura money whenmilled.bayBar Cuaact. It'f I 9 bakmx powder. Don't bo this amount than to count out a ten, a five and four ones, a haf, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A cheekiug account in our bank does away with all such bothersome difficulties for you always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of the many adantsges chief among which is I I Bora ecoaoBual more WBoletomt fires bat rck. I ICtiasuiiifaxnpcriartoMarmilkuilMd. The attempt to force the Administration Currency Bill through the Senate by the way of a Democratic caucus was abandoned yesterday, and the Banking and Currency Committee of the Senate was given lime for further consideration. Gov. Hodges, of Kansas, adLeague dressed the a t Columbus predicting a resolution prohibiting the liquor traffic would soon be adopted by Ccn giess and a constitutional amendment submitted to the people. Anti-Saloon Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US Good WARM man, woman COLD WAVE PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. Gloves CUMING For this Fall Winter . One of the unique features of the meeting of Good Roads Association at Asheville last month was a demonstration at a moving picture show of the mining and shipping of asphalt in Bermuda aud its application to roads in the Scientific road United States. building was also shown in the - pictures. Now that the election is over and the dispute betweeu the pots and kettles as their' relative blackness being settled, for a time at least, let everyone resume work, charge. also do some' boosting for town county and State. Michael Zuelly, Hawesvll e. a farmer, wss arrested here TuesMoore County, North Carolina day afternoon as the result of a constructed 3oo miles of highways physical clash with Postmaster E. Convicts did C. Vance and will have a hearing in past five years. good portioK of theiwork. a The trouble took place in the The world is full of knockers, lawand Ihe average man is lookiug court house and arose over a Vance, who is for some other fellow to be his suit in which Mr. also a lawyer, defended a negro in anviL an action in which Zuelly's son was plaintiff. T e suit was com 0VR THE STATE. promised by the litigants, but when Zuelly came on the scene it 6oeraE 'SNraJScon the Queen is alleged he wanted better terms ao4L Cr5cet-raroa- l w&s delayed from Mr.ance than had been soyend hours Tfcr&iay ,by a agreed uponr Mr. Vance refused wreck at Bur&ide, .sevea mjjles and the clash followed. below 'hese. It iis said Ahat brake beam on the engine broke, Monte Fox, of Wincnester. engine to jura- ov.er Danville, representing a New causiag the and wrecking a number of freight York copcern, bqugty: Q0. head of cars. The eagine had 'just run off fine cattle at sT.oo, and 200 bead J4 ,tf the t Ciberknd river bridge. at $7.50. Two hundred and to-daI Sebree. One of the most noted cases to come up at the December term ot the Webster Circuit Court will be that of the Commonwealth vs. Claud Hall, charged with burning the home of Will Spencer about the first of last July. Hall was arrested for sending a warnng note to Spencer about the time the socalled ' night rider" troubles were at the highest and pleaded guilty to sending the note, but denied setting fire to the house. Hall is in jail now serving a sentence ou the first er may come any time Buy a pair NERVOUS AND SICK HEAD ACAE Tcrpid liver, constipated bowels and disordered stomach are Takt of these headaches. Dr. Kings,New Life Pills, jou will be suprised how quickly you tht-cause- s y&x&x& 33K3e at FISH'S today. Be prepared to meet the cold winds and save your hands and money , different organs to do their and work properly. No better regulator for liver and bowels. Take 25c At all and invest in a box we bought underwear druggists or by mail. H.E Buck-lenor St. Co., Philadelphia thin enough for comfort, heavy enough to wear and keep you warm. Louis. to-do- v. & jvill Che get relief. They stimulate GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky line of White Cat Union Suits give Our leading men's underwear 10c up to $1.50 The Home of Good Clothes GRAY HAIR MADE ITS IGINAL COLOR. CLIP THlSNOTICn OR- You can tell "whv"hv feeling the pleasant, silky softness in- FOUND, thc'place to buy Spectacles siue me auub. and Eyeglasses for $1.50and uf. Gold, vWhite Cat has the .patented Silver and Aluminum- Frames. LarKlosed-KrotcIt's srreater com gest selection of in town. Eyes tested experience. fort of smooth, completely closed crotch Free. Years and seat are not appreciated unless worn. But you will understand we pay JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. more, for White Cat than for other CQX BROS. STORE brands. Qur custotners like tup best, so we prcier iu give vvniie at satisfaction Thjs Hue rfys for years been known uh h. FOUNDS COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Kobe? Mail, Telegraph or Tele"THaaBBanKSsBHtHBBaW phone orders Promptly " Filler. J. C. MOORE -- CCOCC 3&OC&X5 CO SOUTH THIS WINTER thought of winter's discomfort, NOW AVAILABLE VIA the Suits. with gray, white, faded, brittle, falling out, itching scnlpjor dand ruff apply Q Ban hair color restorer to gray hair and scalp Not a dye, but it brings to the hair surface the original color nature gave gray hair your hair. Make brown, black, auburn or its original color of 17 or 18 years of age. Never fails. Perfectly harmless, delightful to use Q Ban makes hair soft, full of life, beautiful. Stops dandruff, itching scalp and falling bair Complete directions for home treatment of the hair with each bottle 50c by parcel post, or return this notice and $1 and we will delher you three bottles. If not saijfied by its use we give you back $1.50. , Address Hessig-Elli- s Drug. C , Memphis, ;i ,' Tehm Ifyour hair is gray, streaked no ITS WORTH 50c other kind of wndorweir will satisfyyoh. Stop lh today pad get ygur colder weather supply After you once wear White "Car, Prices no P; H Conover DentistKY, MT. VERNON, Oo wtere fair pldes. icJeaf wester w4 outdoor enjoywmt digf)l all higher than for oidinary kinds? ycyapfyx3ir Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Phone 49-- WINTER TOURIST FARES $1.00 and up. 1 jWPm J.G.McCLARl V l laC UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND "LAND OF THE SKY." LONQ RETURN LIMIT. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. PRIVILEGES. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE-R EQUIPMENT, WLOSEDlhTOTvCH TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH A Thetlomeof Good Clothes Stanford. Ky. SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Tkiet Afeat ot write H. C. KINS. Pauttr'arf Tirttt AMt. IB I Eatt Mate St, LwinftM, Ky. J K ?!: ! r-m v ' ill MT . VFRNON SIGNAL! HI I Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 14, 1913 79 up "No. 79 wan to SIQNAL Coram un oate wlrti 79 Over Coats, Rain Coats at very The add ofj. E. Mnchelot Pine WITHERS i1'lsh's is a m?ghtv good ?lace t0 low prices. Sutton & McBee. Hill appears in this issue. Read buy things to wear. to kep post-e- d A. Cummins and Ladies Suits, Coats, Hats, and it, for it always son Asher "You should be a Booster and on what the advertisers have to and wife of Mt. Vernon, every thing to wear at visited with the Boosters stand." Sutton & XfcBee's. say. their daughter and sister, Mrs. Dalv weather forecasts can be Hunting Coats $1.50 to $3. 'at A letter from Rev. George S. Sarah A. Mullins from Friday unobtained from Mt. Vernon teleGet yours today and WatSo, says that he is getting til Sundav. Henry Daugherty Fish's. phone exchange except on Sundays along nicely at Bodjeville, his and wife of Livingston, spent the. carry tomorrow. and holidays. new location Only last week he week with Mr. Daugherty 's parMen's and Boys Clothing; it, organized a church out a short ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ' The bell that calls Billy Poynter is easy for you to make your se distance from town - with 5g Daugherty. Emmitt Anderson1 to dinner did service some 65 years Big line to charter members lection at our store. makes his regular Sunday trips ago, for t' e Smith Hotel on corner pas 0VER COAT SPECIAL the-gam- e J tOUICVILLC He Advertised At Last .. . in nllr t.nron " n. Rabbit sausage is a new disn;I'PliPr. mac man 2:2 uortn 4.59 p m And he was wondrous wLe; just originated by Felix Bowman 24 nortn 353 a m of this place He killed a do2en He swore (it was his policy) 23 south n:43 a m more rabbits than he knew what He woujd not advertise. 21 South Brown at Level Green. School is 12:19 am .. ... to do with. He sausaged the But one sad day he advertise1, grogressmg very nicely at this And thereby haugs a tale; Ias. Landrum, Agent. bunch and is living high. place, under the tutorship of M'ss The ad. was set in small type Phcne No. 8. The talk of trying to get another And headed 'Sheriff's Sale." Clara DeBord. Mrs. Sudie DurRntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice passenger train between Louisville ham visited her sister, Mrs. Bell mail matter. Rev. Tinsley's subject for next as second-clas- s and Livingston, has been revived Parsley oF Oakley last week. Petitions Sunday morning at the Christian is certainly needed. It Corn gathering has been the order be "Evidence of PERSONAL will be sent in soon asking that church, will of the day, but as winter has made evening aud Christianity," its appearance it is on a stand still J. S. and Ben Craig were in the new train be put into service ."Breaking Down Religious Bear- at present. " Cdrn is very light in town Wednesday. The boys and girls basket ball , riers."- - A church campaign- - for this part this year. Miss Ora Geo. Rickets is here from Lapel teams from the Graded bchcol and attendance is being waged all over Brown of Level Green, was the Langdon Dormitory wTeut over to the country, and every church Ind., visiting relatives. guest of the family of C. E. MulW. L. Richards was .n Cincin- Pine Htll Saturday to play, the member is urged ,to attend one lins trom Tuesday until Sunday. Both teams service at some church on that Pine Hill teams. nati Saturday On business. Two experienced Wanted. FOR TUBERCULOSIS DAY. Lady or gentleman. agents. Mrs. E. S. Albright was very from Mt. Vernon were successful. day. Nearly 600,000 members of the sick Wednesday, with tonsilitis. "I'll do just what I say I will.' Mt. Vernon has as good a mov- High class brand uew patents. Young Men's Christian AssociaMrs. C. C. Williams returned "She is not at all pretty, but she's ing picture show as is put on at You cannot fail. Address tion of the United States, includThe Perrine Association, girl," "He any place, not even excepting the from Louisville Wednesday night. an awfully good London, Ky. ing several thousand members of purchased a wasn't my choice, but ot course I cities. Scenes are shown on al- Box 5S Chas. J. Lovell the allied health leagues, hundreds good horse from J. W. Anglin for alwavs support the nominee." "A most every subject and- from all Young Peoples Missionary of physical directors and 340,000 The pay me some parts of the world. mau promised to Everythng League meets at Langdon Dormi$too. members of the physical departmoney today; but he hasn't show- moral, instructing and elevating. Edd Allen of Roblnet, was with this evening. tory ments will be urged to day isn't it?" Nothing to offend . We regret Lloyd and Omcr Chesnut during ed up yet." "Fine, in the Tuberculosis Day Campaign "I'm going in early tonight. that the patronage is not larger. Graded High School Notes. the week . during the week of December 7th, Farm FOR sale- - A small" farm-o- The proprietor advises us that the Miss Rowlee loft for her home according to an announcement Dee Cummins has moved to the abount 30 acres, known as the venture has not been a paying one yeaterday on account of bad health. made today from the headquarters property he bought from Frank Dickey Smith place, located about and he has only kept it running Miss Bradley has taken her place. of this movement in New York. Longmire. from Mt Vernon, on the under the belief that the patronage Tlc-l-T?n11 rPl.rv ontuber-cnlosi- s Qrim Judge-elec- t G. M. Ballard was in one mile kWUli "C XJdSACU ICdUl, KtV. Lectures and discussions K Langford road. Good house and will encrease when the cooler boys and girl?, defeated Pine Hill will be held on Saturday Covington and Cincinnati Saturfarm in fair condition. If sold at weather set in. Our town needs last Saturday by the score of 23 to afternoon, December 7th, and day until Monday. an institution of this kind and once will sell at a bargain. during the week preceding or the Mrs. T. B. Lai; of the Rose Hill should support it.- - Do not let it 5 and 20 to 9. week following that date, bv many Bryant, Address A. The boys' and girls' Basket organizations connected with vicinity is with Mr. & Mrs. Jo.hn Nov. 14 close for the want of patronage. the Livingston Ky. 3L Ball teams of London play here Y. M. 0. A. Prominent speakers Mullins ai Livingston. " RICHMOND, KY.. Nov. 10. Fire at Orlando last Thursday Saturday morning at 9:00. Ad- in various citiesof the country will Dr. R. H. Lewis has his new address these meetings. The denight destroyed the residence and Mrs. Banks, wife of Ben L. Banks mission free. residence almos completed at Wil-di- e of this city, who died at his par are being store of 3. B. Owens, stock of The average increase of the sec- tails of the prog-aand will move into it. ents' home in Adair county Sun ond month over the second montli worked out by Dr. Geo. J. Fisher, goods of D. B. Langford, located in Directorof the Physical DepartMr. and Mrs. S. B. McKenzIe that building, the stock of grocer- day of pneumonia, following a few of last year is 59. ment of "the International Comhave moved to the Hugh Miller ies of Mace Singleton and several day's illness, where he had been SecreA special to the Cincinnati Post mittee ot the Association. property on Newcotnb Ave. on a visit since Wednesday, shot taries of the local 'branches ot the small shacks belonging to Judge from Richmond says: " Tipton Mrs. John Lewis died last Frior J. C. Chenault and others. and killed their only child, a twelve Langford. of Mt. Vernon, Jailer of Y M. 0. A ,who members of the day morning after an illness Of are iuteres;ed in Association year-ol- d son, and herself at their Owens' building and Langford's RocKcastle county; C. F, Sigman thfs subject can secure literature several wteks of typhoid fever. goods were insured, all the others home here late last night. -- were indicted by free of charge, from -- the office of FrienthTtfrfd neigKbors'ancLMrs and Lum rRytnal L.;Durham, will take his were 'total losses. F. th grand jury in Federal Court The National Association for the lttile son to Louisville tomorrow Banks.' brother repaired to another Study Prevention of TubercuTelkphone Exchange. The part of the hoi se from her room here, charged with aiding Al ric losis, and East 22nd Street, New to have Dr. Barbour examine him. 105 nev building erected by Mt Ver- Talbott, arrested as a deserter from York City. rather late in the night that Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McFerron, non Teleplnne Co., on Williams mother and son might get some the U. S. Army, to escape from and daughter, Mbs Christine left street is about completed. The sleep. Their attention was short- jail. A NIGHT OF TERROR the first of the week for Florida, new switchboard will be installed " It fs alleged that Officer Robert Eew nights are more teroible ly attracted to hr room by noises to spend the winter. therein within next fifteen days. like chairs turning over. Bin ton arrested Talbott and placed than that of a mother looking on Miss Hedie Sayers and Mrs. This b ard is of the latest design her child choking and gasping for Investigation found the door him in jail, and that Jailer Lang- breath during an attack of croup, Oscar Hamm, of the Sayers sec- and is first class in every detail ford opened tnedoor and was held tion were in town shopping which will enable the telephone locked. When it was broken open by Sigman and Rymal while the and nothing in the house to re Many mothers have lieve it. Wednesday and while here made people to give much better ser- the body of Mrs. Banks was lying prisoner escaped.'' nights of terrpr in thia sitpassed across that or her son in the boy's this office a pleasant call. vice than has been done with the The gentlemen will have to be uation. A little forethought will bed. D. G. Roach, supervisor of agen- old board. County lines are being proven guilty of the charge beyond enable you .to avoid all this. Mrs. Banks was known throng Chamberlain's Cough "Remedy cies for the Commonwealth Life overhauled and service will be im a before the out the State, baying served as the question of doubt Is a certain cure for croup an(V has Insurance Co., was in town Mon- proved generally. Keep secretary of the people whe knowthem believe it. never been known to tail. corresponding 'imocl-eu- " day, Dan is one of the successful Burton jit at hand. For sale by all Commercial Club State Fed eratjun of Women's Clubs. Talbott simply Membets oi insurance men of the state. and the 3 B's are now sporting a She served for many years as pres down aud made his escape. Mrs. G- - G. Brock, of London, unique button badge of .the ident ot the Infirmary Board aud stopped for a night going and one National colors, red, white and the Woman's Club of this city. returning from Lexington to see blue with the following words Her brother, Alex Cernelison, of mmmmi&mmmmssmimm her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Fish. thereon: "Boone Way Booster Panama, who is here on a visit, After spending two weeks with Mt. Vernon, Ky." All members and J. H. Comelison.of St. Louis, friends in South Eastern Ken- including those who have and Mrs. J. I. Ashbaugh, of Tustucky and Virginia. Mr. and Mrs to Boone Way postage caloosa, Ala., and Mrs. Mary Roy Beazley accompanied by Mrs. and printing fund will be furnish-- " English, of this oity, survive. v 1 Beazley's sister. Mrs. Virginia ed this badge. The design is neat boy will be buried She and the Flanagan, of Bosworth. Missouri, in size and attractive and will ma here, while the body of her huswill go to Southern Florida to terially aid in advertising this band will be buried at his old home spend the winter. great highway movement of the' place in Adair county. He was a Miss Maud A. Rowlee, High wearers of this little badge. partner in the Covington & Banks For great efforts are being made in School teacher of the Graded, has About as small an act a man clothing firm here, and considered been granted a leave of absence could be guilty of, is to take a one of the best business men o'f this vicinity to sell baking powders of until January 1st. on account of paper, get it out of the office every the city. her health. She leit Wednesday week and read it, and then when Mr. Banks, for a number of inferior class, made from alum acids - for her home in Kansas. Miss called pn for the pay, hold up both years before eng ging in business and lime phosphates, both undesirBradley of Danville will take her hands and swear he had not been at Richmond was a traveling salesplace until" she returns. getting the paper for months and man,, making Mt. Vernon and was able to those who require high-gra- de months. If you are receiving this therefore well known and vvery v LOCAL paper please bear it in mind, that much liked by all the business men cream of tartar baking powder to 1 and many other citizens of our we expect ;ou to pay for it sooner Boone Way Booster Band But- make clean and healthful food. or later. We are not sending town who deeply deplore his death 'ton Badges. papers all over the country for our andtbe horrible act of his wife in Walk-Ove- r shoes at health. If the paper is rot worth taking the life of the innocent little & McBee's. $l.oo a year, then quit taking it, boy and then her own life. Sutton A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH You'll remember the quality ot but be honorable enough to pay up shoes long after you for get what you owe before you quit. Fish's A cough that bothers you the price. is one of the danger sigexpresses his 0. r. nals ybich warns of consumption, thanks: We calj attention txj the adverlir. Kiug's, New Discovery stop tisement' of W. L. Qverbay, the take this means, of expressxng the cough, loosen the chest), banI Pine Hill merchant which appears ay sincerest thanks to my friends ish fever and. let yu Sleep peace elsewhere in this issue, . Bead it fpr tliejr-- support in the rec nt ejec- fully. The first dose checks the symptoms, and gives prompt relief. over carefully, tionJ hope that I will prove Mrs. A. F- - Mert?, of Glen EHyh. Caabler F. L, Thompson, 'Ji-- , worthy of the office tp which I Llowa, writes: ,Dr, King's New stubborn cougn and Assistant Cashier G. C. Cox, have been elected and that "those Discovery cured adoctoring failed six weeks' are rejoicing that the concrete floor who supported me will not regret after to help." Trv it, as it will do the having done so. ia the Peoples Bank bniltng is at for I trust that my official acts will same for you. Bent medicine last completed and the furniture coughs,colds, throat and lung warrant the i pproval of both those troubles. Money back if it fails. back in place. All druwho supported me and those who Price 50c and $1.00. Royal Baking Powder costs only -, Badges and Certificates. A fought me. ggistsby mail, H. E, Bucklen & fair price per riound, and is cheaper;-:an-d contribution of any amount, to the Again thanking you for your Co. Philadelphia or,'St. Louis, " cause "will entitle you to a nice cer- support and assuring vou of mv -- Noxicfe: All persons TifVMl h(T UWiUlU-- ,. its price than any tificate and a pretty button badge 'very best efforts so loner -- as Lam lclaims?aGrainst thelate R. E. Belt of "Boone Way Booster" addiess yourservaut. I beg to subscribe, .will present same to me, ptoperly other .baking powder in the world. Secretary Commercial Club Mt. myself as your humble servant, proven. 4 N ASHVILLC R R. CO. j TIME TABLE. where the storehouse of J. Fish & Sod now stands. The Farmerslnstitute held here Wednesday and yesterday attracted small crowds as usual. The talks on various subjects pertaining to farm life were interesting and helpful and it is to be regretted that our farmers can not be induced to take more interest. The farmer, like the merchant, lawyer or doctor, if he does not try to improve is certain not to make much headway. The meetings are for the faimers and in those counties where farming pays, great interest is taken in the Fanners Institute. The farmers ofmountain sections needs the benefit of such' - meetings more than those of the blue grass. to the home of his uncle J, H.l Mullins from some unknown cause or other but a certain young school teacher seems to be the greater Mrs. Tom Anderson attraction. is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. This is an opportunity for the thrifty buyer to save $2.00 to $4. on this ORDINARY offering Regular $7t00 to $900 values, OVERCOAT EXTRA- - going for a few days at S5. They come in black and dark gray, made with big storm collars and just the thins to keep YOU warm. "'We Stand By What You Buy.' - THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHESJI f - au Green Front I am still at the Green Front, with a full line of New Goods and prices better than ever Children's Bear Skin Coats at $ J .28 J 4c Men's Heavy Yarn Sox, pair V THE m -- I Menrs Heaay Fleeced Under per suit wear, Guaranteed No. Flour, per" sack . X - 75c 63c And all other goods at the very Lowest Prices. 1 buy right and sell cheap, and if YOU want to save money, come to the Green Front. E. STORE PINE HILL, PANAMA-PACIFIC Mitchell KENTUCKY con-tiibut- ed KEEPERS INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. e Watchful - - con-tinnijal- ly luker The official Government test have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a Copyright. IflS. by Panama-Pacifi- c International Expoaltioa. LOOKING toward the hills of Marin county through tha entraBv"t t&o of Sun and Stars upon the harbor. In the center & seen a colossal column whose spiral represents man's climb towards farjia. At the summit of tho column the huge symbolical figure is designed to caavey tha spirit of success. -- pire, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest other brand in its place. yyca 3x3i3ic3 strength and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any SADDLES Padded? Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir-- J rup-le&th- ers a at a reasonable price r Men's Saddles, new7 $400 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, OKI tetter at $500 and up CoV'ft Benee. ? Main Street back of --- 'VeruojvKy. .. . . . - ' CHAs. R. LUKER. Tov. 7-2- t. J.J.Bell, Admr. SW fr$&y$ W T. DAVIS I , Mii . Dicfaeltx fc 3 y--A fct 4 o I J -- ""v I . -- nmww . :a ia!apiB5L - 'J - - ..4'..n' JB1 yibwtKLAi- ', vLf,-trf- i. ttm wwii iity ' BK.WRP: fV - 4 - - BESS iv " - 'Sf ',Si!vlSST.jifiwf. V'SPfarr r. " .s ' s Why Women Have Nerves -- CARE OF THE TAX LAWS IN PTIVE I. 10 ' v: The "blues" anxiety sleeplessness and warnings of pain and are sent by the "nerves like flying messengers throughout body and Such feelings may or may noc ne accompanied Dy DacKacne or limbs. headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there is'ariyr should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the feels aie tonic effect of nervous system and the entire womanly make-u- con Importa-- .t nr. HOPEWELL Mrs. Sam Adams of Cupp, home Tennessee, Jias returned after spending several days with her brother, Ambros Hasty at this place. Mrs Fannie Rash spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Betty Kirby. Emmet, the small child of Mr Joe Hioes. has fever. Perciful and Miss Mrs. Maggie The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and which has been Pert ha (Jarmical oth are suffering in use for over SO has borne, the sijrnature of --J7 wtth a severe case ot sore throat.. and has been made under his per- y1 sonal supervision since Rev. James Barnes filled his Tuzr7j 'tZccU46 Allow no one to deceive its infancy. you in this. rtgular appointment at Mt. Pissah ." All Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Saturday and Sunday. Mis Isa Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. belle Pmgttie teacher at this place. 4pent Saturday and Sunday with 1 her mother, Mrs. Mary Ping ot Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareWalnut Grove. Rev. Cjrmical goric, Drops and Sootliintr S3 rups. It is pleasant. It of this place, is holding a series of contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic meetings at MapleGrove. Marr ed substance. Its aso is its guarantee. It destroys Svornis and allays Feverishncss. For more than thirty years it November 8th at the home ot t e has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, bride, Mr. Joe Thompson and Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Miss Maggie Doan. Mr. Thomp assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. son is the son of Mr. William The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Thompson and Miss Doan is the daughter of Mr. George Doan. GENUINE ALWAYS Rev. James Barnes performed thu ceremony. We extend to this Bears the Signature of young couple our best wishes. Miss Effie Kirby spent Saturday with her cousin. Miss Viola Km ley. Mr. George Ping of Walnut Grove, was the guest of Mr Robert Harmon Friday. Mr. Jessie ManisSr. has erected a new dwell ing near Hopewell church and h?s In Use For Over Years moved into it. Jack Murray THE CeNTAUR COMPANV NEW YORK CITV. up a coal bank just a few steps from his house, suppose X Jack thinks it is easier to cary in coal than it is to cut wood. M. Sam McClure is having his bam repaired. "Cull" thinks of the of his stock as well as comfort . DURABLE. HONEST. SIMON PURE. himself. Mr. John Harmon spent rFACTORY-TO-USE- R Saturoay with his sister, Mrs Geo. OUR PRICES Perciful. There is only one more young widower in this neighborLOOK! hood since Mr. Green Uox marPer Gat. ried, and that is Will Kirby and SILVER SEAL 75c 5 to 10 Gallons Will steps around just like a six BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. 65c ft Bbl. (25 gals.) 60c Barrel lots (50 gals.) teen year old boy. and girls he Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. husbaould make somi one a good RELLBLE ROOF PAINTS. nd.--Died, Mrs. Rebecca Lewis BROWN and GREEN Per Gal. BLACK Per Gah 50c 40c 5 to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons Nov. 8th. Fred Mullins the hust 45c 35c Bbl. (25 gals.) Bbl. (25 gals.) ling merchant at Mullins Station, Barrel lots (50 gala.) 40c 30c Barxellots (50 gals.) was in this part last week. SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc 1 Just-as-jjood- CAUSES IUSON Chiidren Cry for Fletcher's .! rif rsr DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION when taken systematically and for any period of time. It is not a"cure-allbut has given uniform satisfaction for over forty years, being designed for the single purpose of curing woman's peculiar ailments. ,' NOT DANGEROUS IN THE HOME IN THE EARLY STAGES OF THE DISEASE. Information Present Unsatisfactory Laws Responsible for' Small Returns Retard Development and Lower Standard of Integrity Efforts To Secure a Better System of Taxation Has Been Persistent for Fifteen Years. gMm0BHHHSBBiHHHaE Sold in liquid form or tablets by druggists or send 50 one-cestamps for a box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Tablets. Ad. Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. nt I , J Eocru woman ought to bosses The , Peoples' Conrnon Seme Medical Jid-- , viser y K.V. fierce, M.u. tuua. napes. It nnxaers Questions or sex j Teachu mothers hoo to care Jot their t children and themselves. It s the emer. oencu doctor- tn Hour offn . home. Send 2 , . stamps to Ur. fierce is abooe. t I one-ce- Eating Care of the C.othes. Prcper Care of the Patient Ueo of Material Regarding the The Utensils " EDI 1515 IIM fc3 iy" rc- -s Bi; p flh HfiSIP xd Na NiiiS Here are several reasons why I trade at C C, Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE--Quality considered, his price can't be beaten. : t There are no delays: customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Thtn- gs svo get at Chap. 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's placejas tho rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks frora his store ; every deal is strictly confidential. BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is nevei 'grouchy if you don't buy. BECAUSE The home care of tie consumptive in the beginning stage, under the supervision of a doctor or a nurse, is not dangerous to the other members of the household. The germs of the disease are almcst wholly thrown off .n the discharges front the m- uth and nose, and a uniformly careiul collection and destruction of this, material will prevent tuo spread of the gercit through the house. The consumptive should spit in a paper box or clot! which can be burned. Paper napkin should be used instead of the ordinary 'ottcn or linen handkerchiefs to wipe he nose and lips, and these napkin? should be carefully burned. The eo,.i umptive should have his own sec o dishes, which should be washed saf arately in boiling water. His bed .d .able linen should first ba soaked in f lisinfecting solution or boiled for hill an hour before beiug washed with the est of the family laundry. He should wash his hands carofu'ly before and iftcr eating. He should never cour! without a paper napkin held to h mouth. He should never kiss anotlie person. These are practically all ol the precautions-but they are ren ij sr difficult to observe day in and da. for thei'a out that special of consumptives pre almost essentia. Kentucky Tuberculosis fcommissior -- -- ; DISINFECT! When the doctor tells you to dlsin feet after the recovery or death of a member of your household, do exactl; as he tells you. He kno".s what it best, and you don't. For instance, yo; may believe that burning a little su' phur in the room will destroy thp germs; as a matter of fact, it will probably not eyen kill the bedbugg, Formaldehyde is by far h$ pest dlsin Jectant for most purposes. But formal lehyde gas does not penetrate. Germs odged in mattresses, feather beds, leavy bed clothing, books, carpets, .vail paper, and similar things are not 'n the least affected. Everything ir. :he room should bp opened. p as UlGi is possible. Heavy blankets and. sim. lar things should be boiled for ait 'iour. Especially after consumption bedding, mattresses rind upholsterec 'urnlture ought to be burned. Afte he fumigation, all the woodwoi? should be carefully washed with hoi oapy water and then wiped off wt'j a cloth wet wjth some disinfecting solution. Then a roon ougljt to b.eft unoccupied for a couple of dayt f possible, with the windows wid open; for, after all, sunlight and free - Try Him. m IPhcno 5. n ffiS?nWrtfTTnfiirr wiirtownnnumi Make Your ' Old Furniture Look Like New Ji H)eLAWVIUvM jl BA hk. ! PES GBE5 " JsW jrojHFKjBdnnio" L3WP7 & VolKS w - VOBDBfi g.- TT'8 an easy and inexpensive matter. Simply apply a coat of Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC L AG makes old furniture, Pee Gee worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it. RE-NU-- its fine results and your own work. and you'll be delighted with tir are the best disinfectants. Kentucky Tuberpulosij; Commission SYMPTOMS! s a col The commonest symptom tinual cough, either a few spasms o coughing each day or a little hackin; cough at intervals all day long, slight feverish condition between on and seven o'clock in the afternoot generally about 4 o'clock, and some times lasting only a half hour, is ai )ther common sign. If a person ha both the cough and the fever th trouble is almost surely tuberculosis especially if combined with a stead loss of weight; a gradual lqss of ai oetite; a feeling of being continuall iired or lack of interest in life, o night sweats, the other common sign' it beginning consumption. Any on. 'f these persisting for some week should cause the person concern an ;5end him to the doctor. Don't delay. D' lay is dangerous! Find out what ail you! Everything can be gained an' nothing can be lost by knowin; whether or not your affliction is tuber culosls. Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission is a Slain and Varnish combined. 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If you suspect that you have cot sumption go at once to your" physlcia to be diagnosed. Don't delay! Ever; day 'lost decreases the chance of curt And go to the best physician. Eve the best physicians can not immedi utcly distinguish tuberculosis- - in it first stages from other troubles. E: pect your physician to take a samplt of your spit, which can be examinee free of charge In the laboratory of tht State Board of Health. It sperms o tuberculosis are found, that 'is abso lute proof that the disease is present even though you can see no outwar signs of its inroads. If they are no found, you may nevertheless have tu berculosis; fn theN early stages of tht disease more often than not the germs wilKnot be found In the .sputum. Ex pect your physician also to make a careful physical examination of thr trunk of your body from the waist line to the neck. It will take him a fulT half hour to do It thoroughly and, II he requests it, the patient must be stripped to the waist line. r V CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today, bold by all dealers. -- Has Helped Thousands. tLKJ IkWW mBKiWVWWW Ill' ????f m magtiBwa ggggiggsgigignn Onr line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e 161 'wwi jD UNDEKTAKEE Ooffinafarnished Frankfort, Ky. (Special) The efforts to secure a better system of taxation for Kentucky have been persistent for fifteen years but owing to the ironclad restrictions in the state constitution it is exceedinglydifficult to secure any change. Tax commissions have repeatedly been appointed by authority of the legislatures and these commissions have unanimdusly condemned the general property tax which was adapted by the last constitutional convention and as the law is constitutional it has been Impossible for the legislature alone to repeal it. However, the last general assembly undertook, to amend the constitution as provided by law and this amendment will have to be ratified by the people at the November election and if it fails to carry it cannot be voted on again for another five years. The effect of the present law is to drive people and money from the state and to prevent other people and money from coming in and building up our industries. This is how the general property tax is regarded by outsiders as indicated in a report of a commission appointed in another state and it applies in all respects to our present tax system. "The personal property tax is a farce. It falls inevitably upon tlw comparatively few who are. caughU The burden . imposes u.pq.0. production is out of aU proportion to the revenue produces. "Year after year state and local assessing boards have denounced it as impracticable in its workings and unjust in its results. These recommendation have for the most part passed unheeded or bay led to ineffectual attempta to bolster up the law. It is time the situation wat faced squarely, and the tax in its present form abolished, "So far as the personal property tax attempts to reach intangible forms, of wealth, its administration is so comical as "to. have bueome a byword. "Such a method of collecting State of Ohio, citv of Toledo ss Lucas County revenue would, be a serious menace tp democratic institutions were Frank J. Cnenej makes oath so generally recognized as a howliny hat he is senior partner of the farce, riim ot V. J. Cuenev & Co., doing "But it is not a farce to those who business iu the (Jity of Toledo, are fully assessed. These are chiefly County and State aforesaid, and the widpwa and orphans who aro that said firm will pt-- y the sum ol caught when their property is listed One Hundred Dollars for each pi the probate court, farmers, retail and every case ot Catarrh that merchants and others, incorporated or cannot be cured by the use ol unincorporated, with stocks of goods, Hall's Catarrh Cure. and the small investors who are not FRANK J. CHENEY. skillful enough, o mah;e Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th Investments.'' The state referred to has changed day of December, A. D. 1886. ' jts, tax system and already the receipts A. W. Gleason. (Seal) Notary Pubiic. from taxation have Increased enormously and the peculiar effect of it Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in baa been to lower the taxes on lands ternally and acts directly upon the tind improvements by securing a great- blood and mucous surfaces of the Send for testimonials, er revenue from personal property system. which had formerly produced little or free. no return?. b J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Kentucky rouet increase its revenues O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c to keep up its schools and public inTake Hall's Family Pills for stitutions and it would be manifestly constipation. unfair to make the property at present paying taxes sustain this added burLost or Straed:- - Fo ur hea den, but under the present law there ofoneaud two year old cattle is no other recourse. They are bra.nded with hole in left If the amendment carries and tho ear and straved from the Stewart legislatures Ib empowered to classify will be property so as to bring under the as- frra fi A li' eral reward paid r their return or any in sessor's scrutiny the vast amount of personal property now escaping taxa- ormat ion lea ling to theirrrcoverv J. H. Wolf, tion the revenues can be increased Wildie, Ki . and taxes on lands and houses dimin- Oct i7,-3- t ished and what is more Important 'than all we will be able to develop our resources, maintain onr population and attract capital and people who will I ask the opportunity o! help to byild up the state. Ohio has recently changed its tax laws andrbaa already been benefited showing you our beautiand. Tfinjesaee is about to renounce thfr general property tax. - Other ful asttrtmenc of things states have either long since abolished it or are preparing to do so. for Men and Buys io wear The present syBtem in Kentucky was popular 'when the country was young the equal of which it and wealth largely confined to real 3, estate which could not be hidden. would he bard to find in Wealth Is now largely in personal securities which the assessor can not locate and, in consequence this class nt many towns of this size. property escapes almost entirely. Can we afford to neglect"this great inspection will take An question and yet hope to compete with neighboring state which are less fabut a few mements &! vored tbtm. our naturally but have the advantage of cheap money and low taxes? your time and will sure If the amendment falls to carry the next census will bqow that Kentucky :: :: pro? e inreresting. has moved down another peg or so in its standing among the Btates and those at present paying taxes will In"WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY." evitably have to pay more on the aame property while others will escape by hiding their personal property from the assessors. it-Anpn-taxabl- What is CASTOR A - CASTORIA C&ajtyy f&Zc&M. The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You 50 STOP! LISTEN! T$$&8Fm Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. WRITE your seeds and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y Cost yon 25& less, cover 2S7o more space. Guaranteed to last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to you. Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc Low Prices on Varnishes. Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enamels, and Pure Linseed OiL Tell rtt KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. Incorporated. JSKJffa ANNOUNCEMENT e pie h m NEW STORE is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest BARGAINS ever offered in Rockcastlo county. My stoclc of goods is new, and 1 am not going to let them get old by holding for high prices. Come now and share in the Bargains. Here are a few prires so as to give you an idia as to how things are going Shoes at the .lowest prices good CALICO, all shades, per yd oc leather can be sold at. Best POPLIN fjoods. Regular price 20c & 2ocper yd. now GROCERIES I carry a full line por yd lac goin; at, and I defv competition. Best GINGHAMS made, If you fail to come to my store per yd 9c you are going to miss bargains. I also have a nice ."lot of PANTS, I do not carry any bankrupt stoclc and prices you never heard of nor burn out goods. My goods before. are new and clean. Also rememSHOES I carry in stock the f.m ber that I pay the highest markeD ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. Look For The bign "W. L OVER BAY on the Imitation Brick Bldg. W. L. Overbay, SELLS -- THE W. A CROMER, Manager. pi'ill JONAS McKENZIE Selz Shoes "ROYAL BLUE" IF you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examinee MEDICAL BOOKS! Prcpfcbly at gome time or other, a smoolh'book agent has tried to sell you "a doctor Tw'ok." Generally it Is a big, heavy volume, with' the names oV physicians in distant cities on the title page, and a big, heavy price sel on it. The agent will tell youjthat by . a little study of its pages, you can always tell just "what alls you, just what t memcines to get at tne arug store, ana lust what doses to take. So, you will Vlgfo all doctors' billa.-- - If you buy the among that ,bodk, you j?ut yem-Mlthe sharpers K Hearse sent, to LsWm tW M M all paos of ' WtTtttMm JJTfTal Jmt WlYJ &e County All orders S fcy 9 r , w. PJine 94--t a. eox,i . Wire Pr;oTjptly filled MT. VERNON, KY 4 . f tf it rnfrw"Trriiiid"iy """ lidner i - f .- -i '- .A.- X The Home of' Good Clothes H. D. Fly? of Blantam, O., suffered froth liorrib'e ulcer on his Doctor adfoofclor four years. but he refused vised aqyiutation, md raMJfiptly tried bucklen's I Arnica' aWye as a test resort,. He then wr$: "I used jawfamlve, Tor Infants and Children. md my footivas sotn coifjlfifcleiy ;ttred." 'h Best remedy fer burns, TtekkHiYMHiYt Always BMgti Get a mts, br$& and ecKma. Bears box to dy;. Only 20c. All drugH. E. Bucklerx Signature or-fe- r mail. gist 3c C6Ptfctfphiaor St. Loi - S&VED HIS FOOT. ,KSS22SS JM the Selz line before you buy JONAS McKENZIE MT. 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