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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE and Mrs. oiKiMiaBKi -- Established 1887 DUMBER 11 : VOLUME XXVII. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913. to her home in Ciawfordsville, LIVINGSTON. E Graves of White Oak. Frit a Niceley who can cook to.' suit a Ind., after spending' two weeks Keuger of Mt. Vernon, was Queen's tast. Mrs. Wm. Pres- - with relatives here and at Level l, - A. C. Carpeuter and Phil Car- dowu'tosee his son, W H. Kruger ton and children, are Green Mr and "Mrs. J. J. spent, a few of Maretburg, rier have been attending court at Sunday Hog killiug is in full relatives in Lebanon J. W. blast but owning to the scarcity Witt is in Williamsburg ohi busi days with their daughters. Mrs. .London the past week. Miillins was in Mt. Vernon, Mon- of corn, the crop is very light ness. Mrs. George E. Painter J J. Albright and Mrs. B. R. day on business. The Junior Wm. Hicks has purchased a saw after a few days visit with her Wilmott, last week. Mrs. John Order will organize a lodge in the mill Mid is now cutting lumber on daughter, Mrs. C. E. Rice has re- Robins and Miss Clyde Watson .historical Salt Peter cave on Piney Branch. Mart says he has turned to her home at Brodhead. were in Crab Orchard having den' Mr. Grookid Creek next Saturday banished the idea of getting mar L. H Davis is in Cincinnati for tal work done Saturday. and Mrs. W. J iOwens were lie night, with a public installation of ried an j n was jeap year and a few days buying goods. mov" guests of Mr. and, Mrs. W. R. officers. W. R. Hanks has the fairest of mother eves daugh ed his family to Hazel Patch, ter were to propose, he would re- Dr. HOBSON'S OINTMENT Parns in East Bernstadt from Mrs. HEALS ITCHY ECZEMA Friday until Monday. where he is foreman of a section ject the proposal Mrs. J. C. gang, and Emmitt Quinn has The constants itching, burning Granville Owenfi is numbered of Paris, has returned home sensation and other disagreeable with the sick this. .week. f. L. house vacated by after a few days visit moved into the with relaMr. Hanks. Bill Bullock of Leb tives here. J. W. Sams has lorms of eczema, tetter, salt Tetan. .teacher of the grammar rheum and skin eruptions prompt- - ovn , Ktft,a s.hnOI f, anon, has been working in the moved his family into his proper ly . enred by Dr. Hobson s Eczema dispatcher's office a few days while ty on Main St. and a Mr. Berry Ointment. Geo W. Pitch of tendered his resignation last SatDispatcher Neighbors was in of Lebanon Jet.; has moved into Mendota. Ill says: "I purchased urday and left for Manchester, Louisville. Earl Rice who is at- the property vacated by Mr. Sams a box of Dr. Hobson 's Eczema Tenn, where he accepts a posmou Have had Eczema tending school in Cincinnati was Mrs. R J. Lemonds and daugh- Ointment. the civil was, have been He gave n0 previous notice of his ever since with homo folks Sunday. Mis ter, little Miss Elizabeth, are in (treated by many doctors, none intentions, and fo'rithat reason the W. H. Ponder his returned home London, this week. Miss Eliza j have given the benefit that one board closed the school until after We understand visit with rela- beth is attending school at that box of Dr Hobson's Eczema Oint- the holidays. after a few days teachtives in Berea. Moses Brady, place. Mrs. Alfred Owens of Mt ment has." Every sufferer should that the services so positive it will er, has been secured, and that who has been with relatives in Vernon, has been visiting her try it. -We're you- we guarantee it or money school will begin the first week In Jet., has returned. Mr sister Mrs J. D. Hall, the past helo refunded. At all Druggists or bv Miss Aiinie Roberts P. Drummonds seems to be as week. JH. J. Bickerson was in mail 50c. Pleifkr Chemical Co January. was the guest o filler aunt, Mia good behind the counter as he Mt, Vernon Monday. Mrs. Anna Philadelphia & St. Louis. was running trains. He is having M. Walton is; very sick at this J. L Roberts, in' Rowland, last BHODHEAI). W. writing week. Maggie, the thirteen-year-ol- d a nice trade. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Blanford and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hamilton have returned from daughter, Miss Ella Mae, are in Clarence Shafer bought a house bojsekeeping Louisville, for a' few days. Mr. G. Capps, of theHiatt section, Tyner. Ky., and are and lot from J. M. Adams adjoindied at her home Monday of lockfor Mr. W. N. Riggs. Mr.Riggs and Mrs,. J. F. Neighbors have re- ing J. G. Frith's residence prop- jaw. Coal and turned froma About a week ago she s has a position with the ;visit with erty for $"i75. J. B. Pike re Cement Company at Pine Hill. relatives in Louisville. Mrs. S turned to Mintonville, Casey coun stuck a tack in her thumb, which readily cured upj and little was the good natnred E. Hellard who has been very Elisha Bullock ty, last week, where he is over thought abcufc'it until lock-jare salesman, was withour merchants sick for some i me is some better. seeing the Lyons Lumber Co.'s suited. Her remains were laid to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niceley was i n Berea business. W. G: Mrs, Pike accomShroder werein Lebanon .Tunctio.i Saturday. Joe Oliver has been panied him. Charlie Brown, son pest in the John MQse Lear family burying ground Tuesday afternoon Tuesday. Edgar Cottongim is confined to his room for a few of Jothan "Brown, of the Ottawa Mrs. Mary Albright sold the working as assistant agent, at days but at present is some better section, while unloading telephone Academy property on the corner Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. EmAlvin Argenbright was in Lex poles here" a few days ago wjs of Sil ver and Academy streets to met Quinn have 'returned from ington a f ew days this week. crushed to the ground under a Cincinnati, after a few days visit Now that Thanksgiving; is over forty-fothe Rcpkcastle Telephone Co. at a pole, ond for a time was S. E. Pennington Christmas will be thelnext big Wevare informed fancy price. with relatives thought to be seriously injured, that the building will soon be of London, was here Saturday day and we are looking forward but a few hours it developed I W.'Catlin was w'rh home frlks to that time as we are promised that afterinjury was slight, and he the exchange will his at Lebanon Sunday. Mr. and on that date was able to be taken to bjs home be installed'there,.andthat a netf Mrs. "Ed. Graves, of Paris, have another good dinner -- Mrs. Laura Thompson returned switch board will likelae added. KA .returned home, after a few dijs at the home of onr goo'd friend, visit with Mr. Graves' father. W. Mr, W. G. Niceley Mc-Cal- Jct.--Jud- ge WE CAN SAVE FOR YOU We'have been doing it for the past twenty ' jl5to5Qon your purchases years for more than a thousand peqple though-ou- t Rockcastle. What we have been" 'dbing (brothers we can do for vou, Jv -- -- Mc-Guir- e -- - ."- - er Since we bought and put on sale the Bankrupt Stock o A. fpiegel & Co, This Stock consisted of Men's and Bnvc' Oofta T - OUR TRADE HAS DO 4T few-day- -- w and Misses'. Cloaks, Suits, Men's Hats and Caps, Men's, Boys, Ladies and Children's Sweaters Overcoats, Raincoats, Notions, ' &c, &c, &c, which we are selling 50 per cent lower than thesame ' can be sold for in the regular way. We do not handle goods that are mide? solely for the purpose Jo sell cheap. We sell high grad goods at cheap goods priced Our spot cash works wonders when it comes to goods. -- Att u-- ? ot a ixr uuer none dul gooa w dependable Merchandise. Don't let our low prices lead yon w w,iu yC cuum uux, anord to do it. Uur spot cash does the work. We Underbuy ,,, i. e Undersell. W . over-hauledan- d Do You Need; - .Dry Qpods, Notions ... J .4li v - - -... . . . - , l3BPPWWilJvyT :r. t? i u rf ..-- ,7 . 1 " I -' if a- . -- . - rr- - rij , -- i '. t-- . yt, mm nmt LAHBKOTneBai-jiHrwL- ' t TraMrrwiir iwi wiMnii m. j.;r- USB kM. 44. M i . , llil .. - v ;t 3.a. i. i Salt, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture, Carpets, Druggets. American Fence, Barb or Smooth Wire or ANY thing else you can think o? If you want whatyou want jivarer Enamelware, Tinware ii YySKSf j tmxyt Groceries, Provisionsikrdware. l . .. Cloth insf. Furrtishjrigs, . Mfc MM - , w j- im - - . v ats, Qaps Ouons- - v w:he'n vou want it CEPARTMENT STORE U. G. Baker Mount Vernon -- ' ?rs" "5S VS 5 ?T D3 oa 3 . Buy of Us and Save 15 to r T vi- r aw" aHuirf wi X''iirk mz. ut'ps ai bt f . v- - n rm 50 Rock-castl-- 55 SPIRO B' X nitiji m. l mhm t; is badly needed. The old relatives in Mt. Vernon, this week switch board at this place has The Stock holders of the e whicfi" fW : ' ! &3KP fmg t i s3 is is the P ace to Bt I H is Sift -- ... been worn qiir for several years, and the subscribers have anxious ly waited for ah improvement - 4n any direction and we hope Tn the near future the.new company will see fit toiftprove the service in MAKE this your headquarters WeVe always been recogrfasSie Thelbst -- place to. .buy gifts foremen .is at a Men's feafdirig Xmas StorpJEdrtdM a;t-!$1- 0 Nothing would be more appreciated or appropriate than a dress needs of every descrip- Olothcraft suit or overcoat. Apkjdgift, to $25, with a K stion Bfeful articles desirable as gifts are here in large var- - fevitui.vrv. uuu-nuvlaauuc aiiflu,,oibiniatlUt V WCUt and set vice. iety.. Otirmerchandifie, ourpricesand our service are n gui m eveiy t ef us Send him a suit.br ot ercoaFf nr, tltfrfRtmns W'll exchange it " way. Ifypkjare'injdeubt we'll help you make your selection ifi t doesli't'fit properly. x.'..iS-'.- The season's latest creations i. . .j r; . Some Good Gift Suggestions - 4 . All useful "things that men like; Check off the. ite"m.70u. desire clip."the list and Are given 'byowrtvJ5)0kthrough the list carefully. ao your jjnrisimas saoppmg. unoice is dbsc now. MaiWitpur seiectionsearly,-- , 'iWe'U aLt'SStue nqst convenient- way brineritin. fa v holdnnemxiwypu. ' . --." i. " "fleit Ilosiery Set :ed 5055 clc4h sx fur Cap, "" " '- .:: Fancy, yest. Gartersv Pocketbook, genuineeather '' , Cle&cr&ft Sit '. Orereoat v ifnllars Cwf'BstkHW rtiVarit " ..". " Gloves, stret or dress wear Handkerohtefs, silk or linen Hciery, ailk oc lisle Lounpine Ro6e" " m.imj 'i RainCbat Scarf )&. -- . VSbirt Scarf SuifcCase A !. fc I: S U ? T T THE O WjwM CL0THR And many otherchoice faweawcoaf novelties-suitabl- ,.'' S -- .Swealei? Veat TraveliagiBag'r Suspenders,' - j ; Trunk ' Umbrella:; e Watcli Fob for gifts. -E g t W; l,fc- -, .Sf' ' You have Bbt heard ffoDaoar little "city" for some time. bVfc thtfe noignwe are. dead Mas ter vL&nce; Dillingkam wlje bas had typhoid for the past month is improving slowly. Mr. George many, ways." Mrs. Albright re- John W. Kincer, and A. J. Hag' Dowell and son Edd, have retara- cently sold,an aOey, Across this gard, Directors. The fair will be ,ed home, in IllinofsLiater a short property toJT. R. Gass, leading back to theTpronerty he, boubfein usual, and the officers expect welcomed L l WilIiams.-Every.b- ody w itZvi.A I mak thn 1Q14 ra?r rfhi TT.nrV me com speu, tor tney can now tn "spfi nrnnPrf.v nwimrs willino- to its history. B. C. Andersoa. of Mr. W nty was looking after enjoy their freshjae tnrn loose sbm'a of their real .. ,'nisinterest nere annne the week. E. Dillingham who has been in. St. tate,in order to mak&such needed --Walter Robins was Mfc Var Louis, for some time retailed improvements.-J. W Kimcer, non. Sunday, between trains. home, Jas week, were he will refcjar.vice exami-noto- a who took the Civil main fora white. The sclwol at last spring, with a view of CALIFORNIA WO&EN tiis place k progreaskg micely. . AlARMSD railVay mail clerk employment Master Prwk;.Gentry has ben UA short tirns ago I contracted- was "informed by the Shperinterid-finf- -, very sick with pneHoHa for two Service severe coKi wncn sttlea on my nf the Rail Wav Mail A. ... "W "" ana Kreat aeai weeks, but win soon be up" again. that he would likely ... . .j. .of annoyance wonM have bad. Miss Matte Owens of thk ptace -. jemporurjr Bet.vis.u jyg, jiuu. CTIATIt SlIBaT motif atJ ffly xr Imtto """-""- " iirr. v"""w "" . fele.-Z UJ" ttt tirt nil iiiinnr tti tisi tic? JTf"ift wereare ariilnflamed I: Tbe . employment laierV ??e be lerkHisl .alarmed. A rrfendtS1 - "- - mit nianent lomtuai .oaaoay eclwolis aa Cr;Kia-,- . recoHme9dd; Cf ha m be r laiu's I are certainly glad to see . - - 't" school, this year. Tbey saying sbe had rt w cer iana me pigq. TTT . a . vktbos j usjadt-foyear. . 'Ibbaghit. a are preparfHag a short Mtertaia.-ten- t was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday on bptlfe and to be iTfca it riiiftveH; mf cough. i. mam' business. Brack; Dutharn was the firstnigat, aid in a "weelcl Bctia wfth a C&ristak. &. soreness Program ..win" here Tuesday .The Rev D Ed- was rid. of tbe cam awftc JMr.-- Mr. gar Allen ;iShc4ding a; iew days ofmy;iungs,,jrjts' MT Mark M Mrs. Mat BrawL. w SoW7 by. ifieo. Albt W v- -iht ineeting at the ;Baptis,t chufclij Getber, Sawtilfe, GaL aH oeaters. WlOppiBlrtlMT, this week, . The meeting began . County Jnr Association met Tuesday evening, and elected the following officers: J. G. Frith, President j R. H. Hamia, Vice Pres . ; John" Robins, Sec'y. ; A. M. Hiatt, Treas.; J. W. Tate, ttii, - th-K- - es.rard i BER-IODSL- Y - be'eaeaintba H l: -- - " 4 . I - jg rj" lft- - rf . Cqttfk-Remsdy- , ever-gree- n " r X. -- 4- Wi U. --- , ;"rVjednesday, o&r-Sunday ..se?r. tifX5'r-P, ." sad, will continue Mrs falter Rob is spt;ndiBg ,iew .day tivitk ins -- ? V Fojt - l v jSTCFR-r- k N v Fletchers Leu v. - i .' . -- J -- . -- . V if K. r ft 1 - V J. u . n FP ITT . - - MT. VERNQN SIGNAL Friday, Die. 12, 1913 WHAT- DO I GET OUT OF IT? - .? STOP c SMUGGLING With reference to any bodv 1 ' $I.OO men organized for moral, social or ONK YEAR OBSCRTPTION business advancement, the most' cowardly question any member Advertising rates made known on can possibiy propound, and the application one which harasses and disgusts the' real workers the real selt: MEMBER OF sacrificers is, "What do I get KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION out of it?" How often have you Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, By Julian Wetzel. 275,000 ROUNDS OF AMMUNITION SEIZED AND THREE MEN WERE ARRESTED. fOTOS STYIJT Edict From Washington Says Illicit Trade in Arms to Latin America Must Cease. Vestern Newspaper Union News Service. I heard it from bretheren in lodges, puny-minde- d, weak-knee- d socie- f . m ;v ift-- V f . r ties and business bodies? The whine of these men is a thorn in surely depend you can the side of public spirit. They actime of trouble is your are the class that expect to drop, a dime in the slot and take out a Better count to acquire So THE maudlin petitions that dollar. They are the men who are big one by depositing have been worked up by the actually disappointed it they fail you have thousands by the vellow press for to draw more sick benefits from in s the pardon of a Connecticut their lodge or insurance company oull Find the necessity of thinking before have been cmsigned with than tney pay, in dues or premiGovernor'.-wastebaske- t. paying a great Incentive to saving. When out reading to the ums. They are one reil and trouble comes what you have been prevented A wastebasket is n menancing detriment to civiliW from frittering away will make a comfortable useful article in a Governor's tion itself. balance . well as ah editor s office. Couriei Did you ever stop to think that Journal. all progress of the human race in Brutal and heartless as ever achievement and developeraent "s The "yellow press " forsoothe exactly measured by FIRST ESTIMATE OF FLOOD. the surplus The yellow streak of the Courier put into the effort to go forward? Galveston, Texas. For the first Joarnal is wide and broad enough whose For Sale: Three houses and time it became possible to estimate Suppose all people in a'.l ages had hope to take out men to cover thousands of square milss put forth just enough energy to aim in business life is to better a one acre lot, situated in tin. the toll of life and property taken by A womsLn was lately convicted in the great floods of the Brazos and Colsubsist -- that they had taken out business and living conditions in Ashtr addition Mt. Vernon. orado rivers and their tributaries in Connecticut on the charge of killoua city; not simply to feather Address; their sweep across this state. Forty husband who had just as much as they had contri- their own nests and build up a ing a brutal K. ,t. McKtNNEY, thousand square miles of territory buted to the general welfare. made life a torture to her and two big and successful but to form a Dec. 5 3t. have been laid waste. Two hundred every inhabitant! to have Mt. Vernon. Many women Suppose sm?ll children. and thirty persons have been killed stopped at the beginning of every successful and beneficial organiza- CONSTIPATION POISON YOU Op hundred million dollars In prop thruout the country, aided bythat suggested improvement, cities, towns crty is lost. Twenty-fivscratched tion for every member. I am If you art-- constipated, yonr er and villages have contributed to the portion of the press that Ins I have his barbaric head, squinted one throwing no bouquets. system is poisoned by th death roll. brutalized by selfishness and i no axe to grind but lam a mem- - tire inm-.i.-non . eve knowingly UI1U IllUUIlUi matter kept in the bodv- greed, have been working up pe oer ti several organizations 01 a wasti ;.... It., ..tt. r..i tt rtciiuitb louiis uiten iuiiow. DUBLIN STRIKE ENDS. ust tt "Wl at do I get out of it?" It's titions askiag the Governor similar nature in the work of Dr. King's New Liife Pills and you difficult to conceive or cojjecture commute the death sentence. The Dublin. All the transport and dock what would be today, which I have spent some ot the will soon get rid of constipation Couiiex- - Joural- - never fails to get years of my life. I therefore headache and other troubles. 25c workers in Dublin have agreed to rebest its flings in against any movement but the chances are the human know what laggards and maUon-tent- s at Druggists or by mafl.' ''HE. sume work, according to a statement family would be dwelling in caves This port, issued by the companies. made bv women of our country mean I have had this Bucklen & Co. Phlla. & St. Louis which haB been practically closed and never lets an occasion pass clad in skins and fighting over question, "What do I get out of since the end of August, will be re Arthur James,. Harry James opened when 'the regular sailings pen or cartoon the bones of animals slain with ol it?" sink into my heart like a when it can axes, or, perhaps, even Dally were killed and across the Irish Channel will liold up to ridicule those women stone blade of steel after years of effort and Thomas and their sympathizers, who are hanging by their respective tails on my own part and on the part Mary Nicholson'was seriously in making efforts to improve condi- banyan trees in the jungles of of other men to enlist in a general jured by unknown person wiv STEAMER IS ASHORE. fired into the apartment hotisr tions thru" movements for the bal- Africa. Wilmington, N. C. A steamer, a Organization of one kind or movement ior our mutual better- where they lived at Calumet, Mich. lot or other meaiis for the berter ment. et unidentified here, was reported tc .... , ment of womankind. The C. J another is responsible for nearly be ashore on Frying Pan shoals, 01 Let us stand firmly, snoulder every thi ig we enjoy except raw the North Carolina coast. The Uniter grown rich off our people and has to shoulder. Put in. Don't take States revenue cutter Seminole pre I has become arrogant and has material resources, which .God out. Let us make the Industrial ceeded from this port under full stean. gave us, along with the earth. reached the conclusion it can Por Infants and Children. to her assistance. somethinsr re Club stand for treat the people just as it pleases Organized men "resolve" and or .You Have AlwaysJjjiijjj tangible , armies 'demand It has Uaiired 1o be a frieud to ganizetl Our whole political and lould Mr. VVtzel visit Mt CINCINNATI MARKETS the the mountains and it has been just lorce. hav Signature of social economy is dependent upon ion do you think he so long as that paper could use Corn Old corn: No. 2 white 11i sufficient grounds, to make such I No. ,'7c, No. 2 yellow 7677c, No. i for its organization. All great reforms an application to any this portion of the state : of our citi nixed 741&75c. New corn: religious, political and patriotic-ha- ve own selfish purposes. It indicated white 7172c,No. 4 white G769c zens? We can not say no, but we been launched and fought for To. 3 yellow 68Vi71c, No. 4 yellow its interest and friendship for us a mixed .768c, No. 3 yellow 6870c, No. by men and women into whose certainly hope not. short time since when it jumped ear 6668c ATTORNEY-AT-LA6668c, nixed ear 65 67c. on our "movement for a govern- great minds the dwarf like, biased Hay No. 1 timothy $1919.,'. MT. VERNON. KY. FOR FLETCHER'S ment appropriation to build a selfish question. "What do I get tandard timothy $1818.50, No. . JWOFFICE. On 2nd. floor o imothy ?16.50g17. No. 3 timoth highway from Cumberland Gap to out of it?" never for one moment I The Bank ot" Mt. Vernon , on Churc 14.5015, No. 1 clover mixed $16.5 Crab Orehard. and to show its con- entered. Can you; imagine the $1515.5C street. Special attention' giver H7, 1 No. 2 clover mixedNo. 2 clovei 'What do EVERY WOMEN wants and o. clover $14.7515, sistency and yellowness turned Apcstle Paul asking, to collections. 12.7513. At an exabout and advocated and endorsed get out of them?" before writing needs these boons. Oats No. 2 white 4344c, stand Phone No. 80. his great espistles? Is it possible pense of many thousands of dollars rd 43S43&c. No. 3 white 4243c a proposition of having the govTo. 4 white 4041c, No. 2 mixed 4: ernment set aside somehundred for you to think of Martin Luther and nearly two years' time we D42&C, No. 3 mixed 41iS.42c, No. have completed and ready for denixed 3940c. thousands of dollars to build a asking it? Where would our Wheat No. 2 red 9798c, No. : livery, the Six Volume Interbe today if Burns had to keep the Ohio river "sea wall" FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles ed 9495c, No. 4 red 8593c. money before writing "To national Cooking Library bv 47 of and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, Poultry Old hens, weighing ovei out of a lowland portion of their lbs, 14c ii lbs, 14c; hens, under 4 Mary in Heaven," or if Benjamin the World's Famous Chefs Silver and Aluminum Frames. Larcity. rosters, 9c; springers, 1315i-orinducks, white, 4 lbs and ove: The Courier Journal " waste Franklin had demanded a check United States, Canada and Europe. gest selection in town. Eyes tested c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 12c; turkeys :' no doubt has swallowed before presenting the cause of the Recipes new. Never before pub- Free. Years of experience. basket ins, old, 10 lbs and over, 17c; tu thousands of better articles than colonies to the French Court, or lished. Very complete and easily jy hens, old, 10 lbs and over, 171c JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. if Washington had hesitated to understood Eacn book complete. jung turkeys, 10 lbs and over, 17c ever appeared in us columns. Eggs Prime firsts 37c, firsts 36c COX BROS. STORE cross the Deleware because there De Luke Recipe Books. Library dinary firsts 31c, seconds 2526c. The University of Missouri bas was no money in it for him, or if consists of Cattle rShippers $6.757.8o, extn 7.90S; butcher steers, extra $7.50(0 adopted simplified spelling. Slow- Whittier, Holmes, Bryant, Lowell THE SALAD BOOK .75, good to choice ?6.507.25, com Jfc TV XT At ly but, surely common sense wins and Longfellow had refused to TEE CHAFING DISH BOOK on to fair $5 6.25; heifers, extr r--'. j. . 1 nnnvpr 7.357.50, good to choice $6.507.2, Chan-ning- , its way even in spelling. write, or Rooks, Phillips, THE AFTERNOON TEA BOOK ymmon to fair $56.25; cows, extr; J.25, good to choice $3.50 C, com Emerson and Beecher had THE DAINTY SWEET BOOK MT. VERNON, KY, .on to fair $3.505.40, canners $3 In his anuual report to the War dec'ined to preach, or Edison, THE RREAD AND 25. Fron tRooins over Baker's Store $5.756.40, extn Bulls Bologna PASTRY BOOK Department Gen. E. M. Weaver, Morse, Whitney, and Howe ceased Phone 49-150, fat bulls $6.256.50. Chief of the Coast Artillery, points to invent, or Grant and Sherman THE DESSERT BOOK lC&3&(ipttXC Calves Extra $11, fair to 10.75, common and large out the lack of artillerymen to man had turned back or the majestic 00 Cents each, Prepaid the works planned by the Endicott Lincoln halted because the pav $2.00 Set, Six Books, Prepaid Hogs Selected heavy $7.707.7f J.O-McCLftRBeautifully Em bossed Covers years ago, was uncertain and the result in board twenty-seve- n rod to choice packers and butcher 7.70 7.75, mixed packers $7.607.7C three and four colors in attractive nearly all of which are nearing doubt? tags ?46.50, extra $6.656.75, com UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER completion. ion to choice heavy fat sows $4.25" in tne puonc me ot today we.1 Carton Mailers. Money refund30, extra $7.357.40, light shipper.-7.307.6cannot, we must not ask this silly ed if not delighted with these pigs, (110 lbs and less) A TEXAS WONDER. question Every American citi- books. MOST IDEAL CHRIST 5.507.25. ' Sheep Extra $4.604.65, good tr The Texas Wonder cures kidney zen owes it to himself, his country MAS PRESE"NTS. hoice $44.40, common to fair $2.5C and bladc'er troubles, removing and her citizens to ask the ques- INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHj3.75. ' Lambs Extra $7.657.75, good tc grauel, cures diaoets, weak and tion, "What can X put in what ING CO. hoice $77.50, common to fair $5.50 all irregularities of the kidneys can I do to help?" Just now I can Security Bldg , Los Angeles, Cal. 5)6.75. .e and in boty men and women. think of but two who asked this Signal has "The Editor of PRESIDENT OFFERS FIRST AID. Regulates bladder troubles in question and received the answer just received one of the Afternoon Washington. President Wilson was cmidreu. it not sold by your walking in Rock Creek park late Judas Iscariot, yho betrayed Tea Books and one of the Bread druggist, will be sent by mail on the Saviour for thirty pieces of and Pastry Books and they are when he noticed a riderless horse galloping by. He turned in the direction receipt of 1 00. One small bottle silverjmd hanged himself, in re certainly beautiful books in every from which the horse had come and at in two months treatment, nd selmorse, and Benedict Arnold, whc sense of the word and cont-iithe top of a little rise found a little the dom tails to perfect a cure. Send sought to deliver West Point into most select line of receipts girl on the ground. It was Ruth Donthat I aldson, 13 years old, who had been for testimonials from his and other the hands of the British and re have ever seen. Our readers will thrown while trying to take a hurdle. states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 ceived bis reward a command In appreciate these books I am sure. The president was accompanied by Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold the King's army and disgrace They are very dainty and at the Secretary Tumulty and Dr. Cary T. Grayson, TJ. S. N., his physician, who by Druggist. and ostrocism to the end of .bis same time very practical." , immediately went to the little miserable life. assistance. In a sermon at Baltimore Cardir HOW TO BANKRUPT THE They asked, "What do I get nal Gibbons deprecated. t Govern A. prominent New York physiout of it?" ment aid in building .churches or cian says, If it were not for the FOR FLETCHER'S Mount Vernon IMonumental subsidizing the clergy. In bringing this teought soforci thin stockings and thin soled sooes bly to the attention of thinking worn by women thj doctors would probably be baukrupt." When men, I haVe no certain individual you LIVER COMCURED O ct n tract a cold do not wait for in mind whom I wish to chastise. it to develope into pneumonia hut PLAINT of anJ One application tojhe and healf a rougfc. I am somewlmt acquainted and treat it at once. Chamberlain's F and "1 wassufferiugwith liver comm pimplyvkin,and.ybcgfcpeatcd,quicUyegta pleasantly associated with a num- Cough Remedy is intended espesays a cure. Edema, Erysipelas, Tetter, Ulcer and" Smith ot Point Granite Monuments of all plaint," Texas,Iva "and decided to all skia diseases yield, to its corative. properties. Blank, ber the members oT the Indus- cially for coughs and colds, and aM Brvaists. S9e.miex. M 1 M Sto4 tot tn umpl pd hook. Htmlta and Bmtr." Estimates furnished try a 25c box of Chamberlain's his won a wide reputation by its kinds. M trial Club and those whom I know MKMSTBK.miXDWAY&CO., cures ot these diseases. is on application. PhHaP, M mi7!OSrtaeartfMSt Tablets, and am appv to say that could never ask a question, like .most effectual and is pleasant Ii and I am completely- - cured and can GEO. OWENS Propr this. They are men whb haze safe to take. For sale by ali recommend them to tvery one." put in more than they can Javer Pone 112 For sale by all dealers. The Helping Hand most start what I in upon bank a mur-deies- t The Bank of MtVernoru -- The Bank of Mt. Vernon New York. Government agents, it vas learned, have been In the city :onducting a still, and what 1b considered certain to be a profitable, hunt .'or those guilty of smuggling illicit arms Into Central and south American countries.' "The shipping of contraband arms must cease," is the edict from Washington. Working on clews supplied by War Department agents in Central and the government South America, agents are close upon the trail of smugglers. It was said that at least $1,000,000 worth of ammunition, guns and rifles are smuggled out of this port each year. Other arrests are to follow raids made in Brooklyn when 275,000 rounds of ammunition were seized and three men arrested The government officers are gunning for bigger game than these men, although it is alleged that they have grown wealthy through the exportation of arms to aspiring revolutionists in the tropics. THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style C It's about as difficult to describe these new clothes as to write about the prettiest nrl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with your own e es. JMaybe 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, the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearinir them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. no-bee- n e E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. ; the-resu- lt $ CASTOR A 19.99 more conven- - 4mm w-u- ld wk&x ient to write a check for this amount than, to count "a ten, a five and four ones, a" half, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checking 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 adantages chief among, which is I J 'S easier and tt", 4&-- r 'C. Williams, Children Cry CA3TQ R A ni-3- d Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH, US . -- civ-ilizati- ou de-maud- POUND! PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNONrKY. g IK ? . J. C. MOORE yyidjyy n -- Dentist XftxigXlfi. & 33SB3p(S33pcX uu.icou GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER JLi DnSlUnorJ rxy I goo-'.5- 0 $5.5-10.5- -- Y- 0, COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled t-- Stranforri. Kv $SCSD3eOe 33dfcCSfc3lC GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. NOW AVAILABLE VIA horse-Woman- 's WINTER TOURfST FARES '- Children Cry CASTORI A Manufacturers INCLUDING FLOR1QA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND "LAND OF THE SKY." TICKETS ON SALE DAILY ATTRACTIVE EQUIPMENT, H. C. K1MC, STOP-OVE- R TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH LONG RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. mmmsKH Pwk SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For detaSs coasult any Ticket Agest or write vd TkkK AfMt. IIIEart Hain 3t, Luttamn. Ky. s MT. VERNON SIGNAL! - -- fellows ignorance too much... up "No. 79" wneoWQ wan toComaiunli J? Telephone rUes will be slightlycate wltla. SIGNAL Rockcastle within advanced in next two months. Victor Safes. None better made. See James Maret,' repre senting Victor Safe & Lock Co. Mr. Carlo Helton, of the Wildie C.OUISVILLC & NASHVILLC R.R.CO. section, died Tuesdays Mr;-H- al TIME TABLE. ton came to this county from, Har 4.59 p m lan, d located some four .ortfivea'go. 3:53 a m years north. 23 south u:43 a w We have heard nothing am about a Xmas tree, any where in 21 South 12:19 means too Agent. town. Christmas Jas. much to the little folks, not to Phone No. 87 have them. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice The assurance of an electric mail matter. as second-clas- s light, plant has already opened the way for negotiations "for an .PEHSONAL planing mill and a flour up Prof. J. S. Irvine was in Liv- mill, both of winch we will have ingston Sunday. before many months besides other Mrs. Walter Robins of Brod- - things that are sure to come, , head, is here, visiting parents. The residence of Jack Adams ' Roy and Charles Martin, of one mile south of town, was de.Grab Orchard, were here Sunday. stroyed by fire at an early hour Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meadow? Wednesday morning. The build.. spent a part of the week in Louis- - ing was occupied by A. W. Adams ville. who lost all of his household goods Mrs W. J. Sparks came out from' and had no insurance. 'The'build-- ' ". Louisville, Friday, last, to spend iug was insured. the afternoon. Just 'look over the advertising Mrs. S. Riddle visited relatives columns ot the Signal, an I tint and friends in the Quail section, will tell part of the " story "why first of last week. MtJ Vernon increased i2i per cent Mr. D. R. Brock spent Satur- from 1900 to igio and in the last day until Monday with his daugh- threa years there have- - been over ter, Mrs. E. S. Albright. to our number. 200 people-adde- d Mrs. James Rickels, who has No matter whore you go vou will been yery sick for the past two find some one who knowsMt. weeks is slowly improving. Vernon and has something got d Mr. and Mrs. Brack Durham of to say about the town ,Pu'shahd Burr, were here Sunday, visiting boosting is what did itiiss l.ri f. Mr, and Mrs. F. L- - Durham. TIMBERTAUDS wantf-Mr. C. C. Williams who is in I want to buy a trade "of f om LuuihvLle under treatment of a two thousand to teiu' thousand specialist, is reported much acres of timber land in fee, for im- Mt. Vernon, Ky., Dec re, 1913 at Fish's. Don't presume upon the other . ji" B" ' Hi- - - ' "" " m n'lrtil III) . I H,w to Alum-Baking Detect-th- e J "When a man's single .his. money he'll jingle," He carelessly . squanders his '"' ' m1Eijnri jc , '"rocks." He buys lovely collars and spends many dollars. On red vests and "loud" colored socks. "When a man's married" he's worried and horrid; He "wants" things that "will not show dirt." So wife takes his money and buy for her honey A forty cent shirt! mud-colore- d 79 If SB Powder . Which are the alum bakine toowders: how can I avoid them unless they, are named?" -- ' asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the caiuof a Iqw? priced powder in your hand arid read the ingredient clause upon the back label. The law requires that if the powder contains alum that fact must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul- ohate of aliiminurn, you.have found an alum - I You can shun chills and ills and doctor 1 bills-wit- h jjj I 22-tiGT- th a-- under and outer garments, light in weight yet warm as. toast. 2-- s-i- d 3 a baling powder. 1 a 1 I 11 ta ER to-clat- e E a nere is another and a better wav. You H ave to know the names of the alum Use Royal Baking Powder only: .powaers that a sures you, a cream of tartar, powder, anaj 11 purest and most healthful baking ine powder beyond question. don't 1 lEBaHaaiBnKBBnM . -- J '.: "' . t ' fr 4 SCEOOL NOTES. Mr. James Maret, Next week; the ' midyear' ex- Lou is Mt. Vernon, Ky. aminations will be held at the "" ' John L. Gaunt, a recluse Bap. My dear Sir and Friend: " Graded Seiiool. ThpfirQianHsm'i-nvc'm- e tist minister, 6.1 years old, was. I am in leceipClof your letter of recent . date,- - also the and the first girls' team, went to found murdereJSuday ina branch BooneWay Eooiter'! ;.l utton, Pine Hill last Saturday io play fifti' feet froi the door of his home The-houshad which I shall wear as requested by basketbalh- - All three games re- - in Fisherville. biea nsacKed and it is believed you. suited in "favor of the Graded , the crime Very truly your friend, School teams, with scores of 15 to robbers committed when he returned home and sur OLLIE M. JAMES. 1 2, 23 to 1 and 10 to 7, respecprised them. He had the. repuFor Sa.E: I have for sale tively. tation ol collecting gold coins. about l.ooo bushels of corn which j On Friday ntehl. Dec. 12th. the K wmph. j 1 rv Tiianir hniionn wnro lllindTI ; "e1, a very""; I will offer at 9o cents, per bushel, . uraaeu ciiooi WI r f nniiL'n riooii ,u l,,c .uac- - ii n ervm " r utt" cbu ri if sold between now and January humorous program. It will con- sist of a series of short vaudeville arrestd in connection With the lsrr 1014; Also a lot of rough feed. I also have 30 heads of hogs, one sketches, the characters all being President Wilson's views on The 'and Ethiopian. combined saddle and harness been drawn antitrust legislation1 are' to Be lltorsGjryear'S oldf one pag muleg whole' program 5 years old . " Opetf for .saje until "up with an 'i(ea .to clean, whole sought this week, it' is stated, by some fun. The prices of admis- Congressional leaders upon whom, January 1st. .., sion will be, is cents. The will fall the task of mapping out Bullock,--- , ; f programme. The t Hansfordy'.Ky, proceeds will ,go to the benefit of the anti-truDec. ' feeling is growing, according to the .school. "Ning millions will be"' needed reports, that tb'e acts of the presIf you have mediate operation. Miss Sailie B. Riddle, of Nichol-asvill- any land to sell write,, me 'fully br Ohio River according to report POPULATION AS AFFECTED ent Congress regarding trusts was the guest of Misses giving number of acres,. s,tat .of. Chiec Engineer, of Army to eci: BYROADS should effect only ' the more ob; Mattie and Fannie Riddle last ing whether in solid tract or riot, retary Garrison." . viously needed reforms. As a general rule a county that spent on One million- dollars week at Cove. kind and quantity of timber'' per Representative A. B. Rouse, of has good roads is a prosperous Riovy Mullins, the efficient acre, on what waters, if, any,' dis- Boone Way from Cumberland'Gap county, increasing, in wealth and Kentucky,,says the House Post- Supt. of the Winchester Granite tance from railroad and lowest to Crab Orchard would. benefit population The ited States !Rice Committee is not considerBrick Co. at Dudley, was in town price per acre. Send plat or bine more people than would theuin Office of Pupj recently inr the increase of interest on in .vjiiy.er.s. on business, during the week. .. print it you have on. On receipt million lor fhe.Ohio river parath e dividual postal JWrfagS deposit's - presented of this'information if ff anf ";nteV.! and harbors? have, already swallow"l5rs. W. T. Amyx and W. H. , but contemplates JS li1,. influence of as.reported, - 'T. is figures illustrating ia. uptrom Livingston, ested I will immediately send eu muiioiis upuii miuiunsi,be done improved roads on county prog- - exacting a larger iate of interest Joyner were" high time that something from the banksfor theuse otsuch yssterday attending the meeting some one to look at the land. ress. .1 for roads. ') Jambs S. La kin, or" the Rockcastle County Medi deposits. In twenty-fiv- e counties, taken 403 Capitol St , Charleston, W. Va: Stanford, cal Society. at random in twelve States, the HAIR-MA- KES GRAY ,; James Maret, Mrs. Nannie Hunt, widow Ken-tucnumber .of inhabitants from 1890 DARKENS The first house erected in IT BEAUTIFUL ' "'...' decreased 77,828, and average Hunt, of the late Frank took place in I750. on Mt. Vernon, Ky: of more than 3,000 for each CLIP THIS NOTICE ITS WORTH 50c Mar tburg section died, Tuesday Cumberland river six miles below .Dear Jlmj.si- ' Your letter of ttieoth., county. She leaves several Barbou'rville. Dr. Walker and . jjiieumonia The road improvement - If your h'air is gray, streaked Wash- - in. these counties was only 1 brittle, with gray, white, failed, grown children. companions from Virginia :did?the "instant addressed to me at falling out, itching scalp, or dand, 'forwarded and per cent. A. work but abandoned itaShorttime ington has-bee- n . Messrs S. F. .Bowman and ruff,' apply Hair Color Re In the same: States twenty-fivG. Bartlett report a most delight- afterward on account of Indians. just received by me here where I to gray hair and scalp. It storer am detained because of illness. other counties where the road im- - will darken. and .beautify . the hair ful and successful hunt in Jackson In their writings the party-rmen-- ; "Glad lo lieai' from y'ou "an?I am" provement was 40 percent, dur- so evenly that no one can tell that last week. They brought back tions having seen a hundred buffaright now decorated with the ing the s- - me period were chosen you have used O Bau. It is not a I irdsby thescojes and bettet still lo's in one gang near the building. nor sticky; perdye, nor greasy Way'' badge. for comparison. It was found eight nice pheasants. The Walkers of Garrard and Lin "Bcone ith highest personal regards, that these h id increased in popu" fectly harmless, but will do the coln county, aredecendants of the tr" at any time. h3it and scalp good lation average of Delightful to use. 778,383, an LOCAL uiBn who built the first house in I "am", makes Your friend, nearly 22,000 iu each county. this state. Boone Way will reach hair soft, full of life, beautiful. Tne sick of the community are this site as well as the first brick HARVEY HELM. that the coun- Stops dandruff, itching scalp and The figures-shoreported better. ties which have built good roads foiling hair. Complete directions house erected in Kentucky which PUBLIC SALE treatment of the hair for home is yet in a good state of prese'rva-an- d ' Having receutly sold my farm .have gained heavily in population Miss Marguerite Lovell is with each bottle. "5nc by parcel while those which have neglected post, or return this notice and $1. in use at Crab Orchard. this week. and will move to the state of Ind their highways have lost. Possi and we will deliver you three The Rockcastle County Medical The stock holders of the Mt. iana in the near future. I will on bly there were-- other influences bottles. If not satisfied by its use Society met here yesterday. Vernon Light Water & Ice. Co., December 31, 19 13, at 10 o'clock which contributed to the gain or we will give you back $1.50. Ada.m., at the ''Valley View Farm," Hessig-Elli- s Drug Co.. One of the Lovell boys of near met Monday evening, signed and but it seems en- dress Bromo, Ky.,. offer for sale to the loss'of Memphis, Tenn. Pine Hill, is reported to have a acknowledged the article of incor- highest and best bidder, if not dis- tirely reaso'nalbe to believe that vey severe .case of small pox, poration and completed the few posed of privately before that date, the roads were the chief factor, which he contracted at Richmond. minor details of organization. all my pers onal property, such as especially as the Office ol Public After the stockholders meeting, After December 3ist.parcel post farm, Roads' makes the claim that in met and named a JJs found on an other respects the two groups of ised to olbs the directors weight limit will be r committee to investigate a location except live slock, such as house- counties were about equally miles. between points within get options on several dif- hold and kitchen furniture, farm matched. weight will - be and Packages of this locations, all" of which will implements and machinery.. corn, It is. not surprising that a counAfter ferent carried for 64 cents. be considered by the committee oats, hay and' other feed stuffs. March 15th books will also be inTerms of sale : In all sums of ty which' has no good roads should which will meet at the Peoples lose popnla'ion. Progressive cluded in parcel post classificaBank building tomorrow evening $5.oo and under,' cash in hand. farmers.are more than likely to tion. Some foiks aie All .sums above $5. 00, oo.a credit move away" from such counties, at 7; o'clock. In 1750, Dr. Walker, a promi- asking, when will the work start of six months, with note with "ap and progressive farmers from else- nent Virginian, in company with of installing the plant? j Just as proved security bearing ,&per cent where.are not .likely to take their several others made a visit to Ken- - soon a lot is secured and satisfac- interest from date tilPpaid. On. place's.-- . Homeseekers want the tnclcy, entering by' way of Powell's tory prices had on the equipment such sums, 2 per cent- - off" , will'ibe advantages- of good roads and in allbwed if purchaser wishes to valley in Tennessee, and a gap in necessary. vestors cannot be interested in pay cash. .." Laurel Mountains. They" found a land that is miles away from an Splendid "Showing: We- - are H, C. JonkS; Auctioneer. river flowing southwest on the improved thoroughfare. This Dec. 10, .1913. other side. The doctor gave the in receipt of a Quarterly statement Land, values increase wheie there "P.-HPEE" GEE Shutts name, Cumberland, to the moun- - of the State Bank & Trust Co., of is proper Highway maintenance river, "which they yet bear, in Stanford, of "which, Mr. M. .B. F.-H-W Stop riglit here and read Fi3h 's Thejf either decline or stand still - honor of theEnglish "Bloody Duke Salin is Cashier. cThe statement in. localities wnere road- - improve . ad. OBKS WONDBJs" shows that institution to be in' a of Cumberland." ine nt is ignored. No county cm condit(on. The The cities, or at least their most most flourishing For Sale: The residence ehn "expeGt continued prospeity if it "&JO matter how badly scratched your n your floors enterprising commercial concerns assests"are more. tban $18iooo, store room, combined, located" on neglectsits roads. Courier Journ doors, how or furniture, you can easily reilore have "caught on," as others will with loans of over l;io,ood and Main Street, opposite depot, Liv- al." , them to former beauty and brightness in due time, but the rural districts deposits of more than $120,000. ingston. Also a soda fountain. with a coat of Pee Gee v The cost is small, the results are great are still studying the proposition. When Mr. Salin left Mt. Vernon, The building" has five rooms be FIT HIS.CASE EXACTLY -1 A faw of the farmers have worked less than three years ago and sides store room, a good comet pEE GEE 'lot and "When father was 'sick about In IX NaturalWood colors, it out satisfactorily to themselves went to Stanford to takeicharge of ;s tocBLio0t $looo will .4x years ago he read and adverWhftc, Gold and Silver Enamel, and others will do so later on. For i that bank, the institution was in buy-thAll sizes. Try It today lot and house or $12,00 tisement of Chamberlain'sTablets the present the chief duty of the anythingbuta flemishing condi..fo, r proPert ya nd fountain, ifsold in the papers that, tit his case ex-PEASLEE-GAULBER- T CO. -A ., impress npbn tion with" resources or less than - , .' newspapers is to actly," writes? .Miss Margaret incoftroftATaft Campbell of Fti Smith, Ark. He their rural readers that the parcel $100,000. Through, the efforts.and. ZHanufaclurers' LOUISVILLE, KY. J. M. FODRE, (.purchased a box of them and he M rSalin ?his .postwas established fbrevery- - personaUty o( ,.;.; Kingston. Ky. been sick since' Mv g- ' : body beneiit and mot si.mply for tndon has been raise;6 to tbe.'biTstr"bad .stohmefr- double itit $2.5o ttiecoaveniences wuo, tujr mer tondardhichitjnowccuejni by themS; ' the business world. .. w.eet. by all dealers. chants, For sale 12-- Washington, DC. 13. CROUP AND CO OGK REMEDY Croup is a terrible disease, it attacks children so suddenly they are very, apt to choke unl ss given the proper remedy at once. There is; noting better in the world than Dr. King's New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain, of Mancnes-ter- , Ohio, writes about Jiis children": 'Sometimes in severe attacks we were afraid they would die, but since we .proved a what certain remedy Dr. King's New Dis covery is; we have no fear. We rely on it for croup, coughs, and colds." So can you. '50c. and should be in Si. 00. A bottle evry home. At all Druggists H.E. Bucklen& Co, Phil. St. Overcoats You should not think of overcoats without thinking of this store show the V We new chinchilla and nianr other special values at $5 $10 and $15 Winter Suits Every man or young man who wants to establish or retain a reputation for good dressing needs our aid We're ready with clothes that guarantee all that. Browns, blues, blacks and grays at 10 up with special values at $1 5 00 . . e . 1 a wr cass-Hebre- GLOVES 'Of 'every description are here. E very-kinfrom 10c canvas Xo d WarmCaps Mighty fine lor right now, Lare shapes in grey, blue and brown mixtures and black. Caps to match most, any suit or overcoat -- d W-M- ', xo-au- st the fine bucks and kids at $2.00. 25c, 50c and SI. 00 32-3t- .- sm-prove- d. We Stand By What You Buy.1' e, -- -- - H yjgy5Ms?5iSPBBIPBEfMMBI r nw ... V-- - m J&AN1NV -," va&.w." i"- - r.nnJA eLQTS L.CAiiyJZZr - c Z THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHESf v of-th- e k' ; de-prea- t 5-i- o - 30f m ..' .. N 3t?i &a s ?i-.j- 3 Ji-S- 1 -- i LiaiVi avwiit 1 r-S 'A : -- is-smb g ss ac.iSiTrwi - -- B' -- i TV :ay "& Tt -- r: S sB '. AV?1 ,v V j Q-Ba- n e The SAFE boys' magazine kiiaisi tniaf3odHl33ixl)l 10-t- i. AilborfornTlboyainotacht'i'snrper. CIcincj a year Gar-denie- . c.-Ji?. htnr- - rchocl lifa.writtpn bT artlrljj. Fino artlcl"9 on football and oth-- r l stjOt: i iwaKments ot iilecaanlr. JUoctricitr. '. l'rpnlar Bcirnc. IIow to Ma!:e s. TljlTra. Stamp Co!!ertiaw, Chickpns. Pctn, Inventioca and ;itnnl i'ondprs. Q-Ba- n y 'At- VSk- iw SIGNAL o, fc..j. M y sr ie&sss . - or' 'A.'XMinrMHHMEmkUMnMMHMIHIMmHMilMB Ltaff t ji i,-.ath- j. . &3it 3SR.-r- . rm w- m 4 r ' .- nrf r!it.'r.c&,!iv 'THftrJnaiCRt&s ' - JPK, -- up-to-dat- e to They Are Rolling In. What? Where? A fine line of XMAS of GREEN FRONT. ; TOYS and a CANDY too. 4t line If yon want to save money on Xmas goods come to the High Grade Candy -- consisting of - Beautify Your Home A Jelly Gum Drops Sugar Rolled Gums . Ul C. Peannt Buttercups Cocoanut Waffles Peppermint Pillows Assorted Twists Alffor 10c per lb H time-wor- Xmas Mixture Caramels Fine line of Chocolate Candy at cheap prices. too cheap to mention. RE-NU-L- ia Stick Candy and le-nd- ! ! e Gome to the Green-Froget your share. nt , 1", rM Jt.-E:- . Mitchell ' Hi" '25 rWTTT' : - --u":- g; -: at.Ulaeneattea tXi . . ' PINE FHLL TSv-" , "ar ' - teSr V. - 10: -- V s J.,. i (., JJ i V - - SHER!fPSfSALE 1 fOft TAXES Miwciefieiia Roberta Lbli 5 '";' ' in rill hiiw hi Urn. .n 5U,- .,. - r . . 40 07 i - jmi 2 27 - Here are several reasons why I trade at G C Davis' Drug Store: .. i :f hiL - I & BECAUSE Quality considered, his price can't he beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Char. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE-Thin- gs that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE Tie poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placejas tho rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confident'al . BECAUSE-Ch- a?. 0. Davis is nevei grouchy if you don't buy. aylof Bind 19 00 5o Sertoli B 5 09 day Dec. 25, Sutton 0 C 2 6o3 9: o'clock it. m. and 4: igloCk-p- . jn. (ii Wallen Jess I town lotBrodhead "3 51 being regular County Courc day ) at the Tharp Bettie 1 " " front door of the Court hou&e in lt. 3 lo8t Vernon, offer for sale 10 the highest PRECINCT No 11 Johnetta bidder, the following tracts of land to Ballinger Wall 35 4 77 aatisfy the tax due the county and tax . Banks J K 5o 7 uj T. J. NiCELEY, S, R. C. Cox J B 100 9 11 PRECINCT No. 1, East Mt. Vernon JVIanis W H 20 3M Peters Floyd 69 5S Namft No. Tax & or one of jfay deputies Will on Mon1911-12-1- 5di HOPEWELL Atthur, ' .in . , . -I ii. rm .i IWI" " '' "'' . " " " -. - T.. .. .. n.,1 im , ,, I Billv Kiiby and little son Acres Cost Baker W. B . l town lot 1913 $9.56 ' Jurdine A. J. 1 " 3 96 , STOMACH TR.OUBLES DISAPkid ley wQen Jray Euiery, ..ay J. H,, I'ike A. J. Jr., 1 town lot Pine Hill 50 20 lk auttlesjoel, 1 PRI CINCT No. 2, West .Mt. Vernon Angel W. F., 25 3.57 2 Killian Albert, 5.03 1-- 1.63 6.38 4 43 2.99 PEAR Stomach, troubles, weik nerves, lame I .ck Electric Bitters are used. Thousand lemale ills dissappear liver and Tryjiim. IPhone S3. Silver of Quality (ft f R&a-- l Menifee Rupert, 25 5.26 Jldham C. T. 1 town lot Mt. V., 7.21 amlin'A H. 1 town lot Mt. V. 243.02 PRECINCT No. 3, Roundstone Adams E. W. 5 4.31 Bal.enger Wm., 43 2.99 Bullen J. W.f 60 2o.l8 SO Byrd Green, 4.18 Campbell W 1) 35 3.65 175 i9i Ketron Geo., 103.71 ividwell T. E., 80 10 83 Kidwell W.N. 5 19 45 Northern Rebecca 43 229 O.vens Ch rley, 169 15 85 10 Owens James, 3 97 Pullin G. W.f 25 5 26 15 Riddle R. L., 5 89 40 Richardson C ' 4 Sparks Robt., Titus Alfred (Col ) 100 50 Thomas M. J., 6 38 Mrs. Lucy Adams is lecovering 'rom a severe attack of la grippe. James Winstead was in thi-paCOMMISSIONERS SALE last Friday. Mrs. Rosanna ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CODRT Graves spent Tuesday with Mrs L. W. BKTHURUM, Plaintiff, Lucy Adams. 3 No 1943. W H RAKER, ETC., Defendants, AND ATS. ands of women would not be without a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew. Okla. Writes: 4;Electru Bitters raised me from a bed of si kness and suffering and has done me a world of good. I wish eve v suffei'ing women could use this excellent remedy and find out as I did, just how good it is " As it has helped thousands of others, it surely will do the same for yon. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c. and $1.00. At all Druggists. H. E Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. rCubv's father. John Nicele , of Burr, spent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Cynthia Niceley, at. this p'ace, who has been confined to her bed for two weeks with la grippe b it is somewhat improved at this time. Married: November 30th. Mr. Vestor Kirby to Mrs Miss Matilda Ntceley. has returned home Sarah Hanks after spending several days with her son. Willie Hanks, at Livings ton. Miss Ethel Cox spent sev eral days wilh her sister, Mrs. May Kirby, at Burr. The Holy Rollers aie holding a sories of meetings at their church near this place. -- Little Ethel Cox is visiting her grand mother. Mis Matti Mrs. ld- Evans, of near Cox. Mt. Vernon, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Mollie Kirby, at this place. Mr. Allen will move to Mt Vernon in a few days. - Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heen in nso for over SO years, has Dornothe signature of and. has been made under his per sonal &&Z7&&&4? Allow supervision since its infancy.110 one to deceive von In thisAll Counterfeits, Imitations and are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless suhstitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving .healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS rt 405 '0 16 2 92 4 31 (ac'&Cc4U The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 PEOPLES VS PAK, ' Plaintiff, and Beauty Unquestioned durability and exquisite design the higKest ideals in plated ware are assured in spoons, forks, and fancy serving pieces bearing the renowned trade mark 18 Thomas E. C. Wardlow Logan 200 5 26 Wren Lee, 57 iOOO PRECINCT No. 4, Scaffold Cane BalliDger A. J 112 i., 68 oo 16 64 Cannei.i ... M. . 8 72 Caloin Hery 50 113 Cope James, 718 40 5 61 Croucher S. C. Dees C. C. 20 397 Dancan I.ecnird 4(J 6 16 i.I0-l.-.2l- 3 1847 ROGERS BROS. tableware claimed to be "just as good," but, like all which are imitations, they lack the beauty and wearing quality identified with the original and genuine 1847 ROGERS BROS, ware,popularlyknown as "SilperTlate that "Wears. " Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all designs. silver-plated 35 Gadd J. S. 35 Gadd Cole I Hamilton Mrs. S Henry Christina 50 A.-11- acres 2 97 3 65 13 98 2 29 10 25 There are various makes of Hoskins J. W. Kain James Miller John Miller M L, 100 18 Northern W F Rice Win, 30 85 75 50 15 4 43 3 31 8 34 6 36 7 01 Sears W A Spires Siroda, Swinford John Wild R A 5 24 4 85 50 50 65 358 2 82 4 87 4 87 International Silver Co., mer.dcn ":;. co.. Meridei, Coua. k T m mTMwmWffiwWlinSi It Always Helps Clark G D 80 year 1912 " 80 " Clark Lster PRECINCT No. 5 Crooked Creek Bowles Mat 45 5 69 Carpenter Bagd 40 191M2-i- 3 14 42 13 62F C 60 1912-1- 3 c. 2 augherty W L 250 13 12 75 19i2 Daugherti Thos300 il 75 3 Duaham Martha J 125 0 38 40 Durham J T 3 65 -- - 1910-U-I- I9rl-l2-i- says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. "Fwas hardly able to .do any of my housework. After taking. thxee bottles of Cardui, I begairto feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give Martin W A McGuire Chas Robinson E H 50 50 1912-1- 3 191o-il-i2-i3- 8 69 37 1912-13 40 Tincher Preston 25 3 PRECINCT No 6 Orlando Adims J J Barnes Ed Balden Joe Bryant Sam Hubbard C S Johnson LA-c'arre- tt 7 59 67 105 19I2-I- 3 40 30 30 25 112 16 90 6 38 3 97 16 90 509 3 70 7 67 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic trial. I still use Cardui when I feel and it always does me good." Plim 35 7 No i960 W H BAKER, ETC, Dcfendants- By virtu ( f a judgnen , and order of sale of the Rcckca-jtlCircuit Co art. rendered at the August Term ther of, 1913, in the above consolidated causes, I shal' proceed to offer for sale, at ihe Court House door, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, to the highest and best bidder, at public auction, on Monday, the 2d day of December, i9l3, betwetn t e hours of 11: o'clock a m and 2: o'clock p m upon a credit of 6 months, the folt: lowing described property, A tract of land lojated in RtckcasHe County, Kentucky,, on the wa'.era of Roundstone creek, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone at Roundstone, about 75 yards below the mill, near the mouth of a small spring branch; thence up the branch N 4o E crossing the poles to a stone; thence rur ning free. up the drain N 7o E 91 poles to a stone F J. CHFNEY&CO., Pi ops , about 3 rods above a cliff: then eNj! Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, E 32 poles to a Bmall black walnut price 75c. Taka Hall's Family fence on the side of a hill; hence near a N 43 W 2o poles to two small apruee Pills for constipation. pines on top of a bluff at Koundstone; thence running with the different .meanders to the beginnit , con aining aboni 15 acres, more or less, and m- k saw and grist mill lot- thereof to produce the ney or.Wed to be made: The judgment of L W Bethurum against W H and Delia Baker, amounting to fi20.94, with legal interest from the 18th day of April, I9i3, until paid; and the further sum of $16 47, with legal interest thereon from the 1st day of Feb, 1913, AM and the penalty thereon provided by law against delinquent tax payers, and his cost herein expended, and a note r and judgment for $1000,00 in favor of the Peoples Bank, of Mt Vernon, Ky- -' Nothing is more Important in the home than clear, steady light. Inroro If there is anything remaining from j ihls by .getting the' oil that barns clear and clean without a flicker the sale of said above described tract of down to the la&t drop. Pennsylvania land, the residue to be applied on said crude oU refined to perfection. Costs no more than the inferior Peopled Bank debt, under order of the a-? to-wi-lail-road'- CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with local rpplieations, tbey canIn Use For Over Years not reach the seat of the d'sease. THE CKNTAUR COMANV. NEW VOIK CITY. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and .n order to cure it ycu must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal v, rn ' acts directly upon the lood and mucous surfaces Hall's 'atarrh t. ure is not a quick medi-- c ne. It v s prescribed by one 01 the bes ph, sicians in this country SIMON PURE. DURABLE. HONEST. for yea s and is a regular prePACTORY-TO-USE- R scription. It is composed of the OUR PRICES best tonic known, combined with the best blood puriSers. acth'g diSEvsoEuSBrB.ElTS,!TpA,0 LOOK! rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination o'f the PerQai. SILVER SEAX S to 10 Gallons two irgredients is what pit duces 75c 65c K Bbl. (25 gals.) such wonderful re suits in curing BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. 60c Barrel lots (50 gals.) catarrh. Send for testimc nfals, Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You 50 STOP! LISTEN! RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BLACK 5 35c (25 gals.) 45c 30c Barrel lots (50 gals.) 40c Barrel lots (50 gall.) SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead tad Zfee and "Pure Linseed OiL Cost you 25& less, cover 25 & more space. Guaranteed to KBbl. to 10 Gallons Per Gal. 40c 5 BROWN and GREEN to 10 Gallons Bbl. (25 gals.) Per Gal 50c last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for onr Special Prices to you. m- Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc. Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enamels, Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. s . WRITE for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell n your needs and we will save yon money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. JSwJSTfTS: Incorporated. 1 m fr ANNOUNCEMENT the Lamp Oil that Saves Eyes PINE HILL'S NEW STORE is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest ever offered in Rockcastlo county. My stock of goods is new. and 1 am not going to let them get old by holding for high prices, tome now ana snare in tne .Bargains. Here are a few prices so as to give you an idea as to how things are going CALICO, all shades, per yd Shoes at the lowest prices good Best POPLIN goods, Regular price 20c & 25c per yd. now per yd 15c going at, Best GINGHAMS made, per yd 94c I also have a nice lot of PANTS, and prices you never heard of f-- Vance John 28 PRECINCT No 40 Baker Alfred Baker Lincoln 75 3 97 Livingston 4 48 556 3 1912-13 31-5- 09 Bronson Felix 35 Browning Wm 30 15 Clark W R Clark Tom 50 Coffey J D(NR)12 Collins J H 72 Cotton G A 30 j court. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved b curitj', bearing leaal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders promptly will be prepared t- comply - 1 tankwagon oils saves MONEY saves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has 80LTCE OIL in barrels direct from our works. Chas. C. Stoil Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren. Pa. We sell the celebrated "NoCarb" Auto Oil. BARGAINS a a little bad, Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc, are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's Ionic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. 191C-11-- 13 Cromer Celia 12 1912-1- 3 Get a Bottle Today! T fU m UNDEETAKEE All Durham Newt 50 . Howard Clarence 86 Bart F A Agt. 640 Henslev H 50 ellard Geo 30 nes John 25 40 Little Mark Mahaffey J W 20 Martin Tom 75 10 Miracle Jeff M ounce Wm 15 5 5 2 17 10 2 6 93 89 27 92 76 94 98 with these terms ', G S GRIFFIN, Master Commissioners of the Rock castle Circuit Court. 3 97 9 24 5 89 3 83 6 84 4 60 306 524 509 4 18 A ME KR.Y CHRISTMAS orders by 94-- S s W. A. COX,i Phone fC883X3KC yLJ SADDLES OJd Main Street bank o( Court House. 15 Morgan H M 3 31 7 McDaniels D 3 31 Our line of Couch Caskets Pppe John 1 town lo.t Livingston 7 21 Robinson Geo R 75 1912-1- 3 14 '43 is unexcelled lo Rogers Mao 3o6 Hand-mad- e toffinsfurnished Smith S W 1 town lot Livington 7 69 30'l9Io-lt-12-1- 3 Kelley S E 11 22 Hearse sent to all parts of Kelley Mrs N C 35 1912 4 22 he County PRECINCT No' 8 Walnut Grove BraJlej- - Harvey iol91ol 1252 Wire Promptly Filled . Forsythe W F 2o 3 2o Hall Mrs M M 75 199 Kirby James W 115 A 60 5o 1912-1- 3 Reams M F 8 06 MT. VERNON, KY "" 10 9 5o iteamsChas 35 Sears ?U .3 97 S " ((if PRECINCT No 9 Browns Albright J M 3 3 31 LET US SUGGEST THAT YOU GIVE HIM FROM FISH'S GLOVES SHIRTS HOSIERY COLLARS HATS NECKWEAR SHOES GARTERS ARM BANDS BELTS SUSPENDERS SWEATERS TRAVELING BAGS FANCY VESTS .RAIN COATS UNDERWEAR CAPS ANYTHING WORN BY MANKIND WE PAY PARCEL POST CHARGES and I defy competition. If you fail to come to my store you are going to miss bargains. I do not carry any bankrupt stock nor burn. out goods. My goods before. are new and clean. Also remem SHOES I carry in stock the m ber that I pay the highest market ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. Look For The Sign W. L. OVERBAY on the Imitation Brick Bldg. leather can be sold at. GROCERIE- S- carry a full line W. L. Overbay, pIHSill W. A. CROMER, Manager. JONS McKENZIE sS l Selz Shoes THE SELLS I Brown T" J- - 4o 1912-1- 3 DeBopdMaryS6o "1130 1911-12-13 99 "tfOYAL BLUE" I - PRECINCT NblOBrodhead Adams Jim 4 3 97 Boyd Sarah 40 25 2o Bagd J M 85 7 65 37 Boyd James 20 fy 191o-il-12-13 F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy . ButeU)m4p,B "-. -- ; . : - "t .V-- " L Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- .ruprleathers at a reasonable price Men's Saddles, new, $400 and up 52 Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up w ' - DeByrffcp ISvansJ E', Farris J B, 1 1 2 3 486 477 10 25 37-21 town lotBrodhead 1912-1- 2 .; town " 1911-12-13 "We Stand By What You 43uyS" JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. 'ip S. ? ! 4 WT . DA VI S 3iC3lDJCXri k 29 86 Frith Tilden 4oo Fogel Geo 2 town lots Brodhead 2 83 2 92 Halcomb Margaret 3o acres 6 55 Halcomb Geo 40 Harris Eli 60 7 ol 1 Howard Marilia 23o tl ! Howard Joe t Howard J L " 12 62 n - , fe t .G&DteS is ajffey,tiulen;l-tow- lot , Brodhead 3 97 lo 28 9 23 -- fc5Prfs: fgsMt&ciB5S9m' """" ' $ , MRS - AND HIDES PMt HMHESt MARKET PMCE -- - l$ft RAWFUMAHtlUftES nf RiMV0VtfM4 RStS t THE HOME OF GOOD CLPTHES &' y- JOHN WHITE & COi H 3toteUtalMdlM7 luisville,ky. vv ' , --- & A f 1 Tk ; ' s rA'