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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE e COTJjNTY, KY., ERLDAY, JDEGEMBER at T I r yrJ 1111 --hi il bd Established 1887 UII1411. MM a 5 " NUMBER 12 19, 1913. Daisy Hunt was up from Crab daughter of Lee Coffey, and Otis The custom of the Christmas Orchard between trains Sunday. Frith, son of Tilden Frith, eloped Origin. , tree Is still more modern, .as far Mr and Mrs. W. J. Owens are to Jellico, Tenn. Monday night, as this country is concerned. The spending a few days' with Mr. where they were married It was The Name "Santa Claus" Dates from tree doesuot seem lo have been and Mrs, Julian Bordesj at Copper quite a surprise to all, except lheir CaHy Dutch Settlement of Manhatmuch used, here until about 1S60, Creek this week. Miss Etta Cable most intimate friends. Tnese are tan Jslana. although along the bioe the cus- - has returned home from Danville fine young people, and their At this season, when a Jarge torn had apperred as early as 1S00. after spending the past two weeks" friends join us in wishing them proportion of the people ot the It is said that this was a revival with happiness thru life. The "revival her brother C. C. Cable. world are thinkiug of tne Christ- of an ancient pagan - services at the Baptist church is custom of the Mrs. Jennie Brown returne dTuesinas festival, some account of the early Germanic races They hung day after spending a few days still in progress, and up to this origin-ofChristmas customs is of flowers and gifjs on the with relatives at Williamsburg. writing sooi'e eighteen have been fruits and interest trees, in token of rejoicing be- - Mrs. Lydia Prewitt, an old and added to the the church, twelve A New York clergyman lately cause, lady of Gum Sul- - of whom were baptized Tuesday about Dec. 24 the days had highly-respectelooked into these customs and begun to grow longer, phur, died suddenly at her home, 'afternoon. Great interest is be- gave thd result of his study. Christmas, commemorating as it the 11th iristant, from neuralgia of ing manifested and we hope much Many of the customs are andoes ;ne Dirtn ot Jesus, is tne the Heart. She lived witn ner good will result. News reached cient. A few of them go back chief festival of the Christian daughter and grand-sous Wednesday afternoon that Mrs. even further than the beginning? year. and besides these she is survived T. C, Duke. was daad at her home of Christianity, and into the pagan by two daughters and a grand in Glaswows It will be rememperiods pf Greece. Rome and the A TEXAS WONDER. daughter. Mrs. D Edgar Allen, bered that her, husband, the Rev. more northern countries of EuThe Texas Wonder cures kidney of Mt. Vernon, was with her hus- T. C. Duke, resigned as pastor of " rope. s the theBaptistchcrch at this" place and bladcer troubles, removing band, who is holding revival . The nme, Santa Claus, hew grauel, cures diauets, weak and at the Baptist chqroh, dur- on account of the ill health pf Mrs ever, as applied to the good old all irregularities of the kidneys ing the week. Miss Carrie Ffjtl), Duke- .- It his. heen suggested saint who fills the children's a-- in boty men and women. Christmas tree be stockings, is quite modern. It Rtgulaies bladder troubles in and James Hayes, were married at that a union24'.ti., the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. had on-thand we under-tan- a originated on Manhattan Is'a d, children. If not sold by your Monte Roberts last Thursday, the that it is fa go and the place '"tnong the early Dutch settlers druggist, will be sent by mail on Rev. P M. Walker, pastor of will probably be annomnced next there. receipt of 6 1. oo. One small bottle the Christian church at Stanford, Sunday. The whole town should These settlers had taken St. in two months treatment, nd se - officiating. Miss Frjth is tj)e orjy join makjnga pleasant time for Nicholas for their patron saint; cure Send daughter ol Mrs, Sallie. tails to perfect falks, and. see a good and pious saint who died domtestimonials froma his and other of Gum Sulphur, and hasRoberts, he littlechild is left out.should hope for gained tiat no We in lta'y in the year 326. At the states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 3926 qujtp a reputation as a teacher .that each Bible school will appoint time the Dutch settled Manhattan fcold in Rockcastle having served as a committee to havo Olive street, St Louis, Mo. charge of St. Nicnolas had been for many by Druggist. teacher in the Graded School at this, wopk, and. thaj th.09,e who are ceaturies regarded as the especial this place two op more tepms' to pqor for Santa Claqs tq visit friend and protector oi children BRODHEAD .Mr. Hays is a son of the noted Will be remembered, in some way, and housemaids. Just why the farmer and stock raises, J. C h Dutch settlers of New Amsterdam Mrs. Etta Brown spent from HOW TO BANKRUPT THE Lincoln county) A. prominent New York physi (now New York) selected him for Saturday until Monday with rela Hayes, now of and is well known here. They ciau says, "If it "were not for the heir patron saint is not quite tives in Danville. Miss BesCrab Orchard on the after- thin stockings and thin soled sooes ear. It was probably because his ,sie fcjprouie Jen Sunday top an left for worn by women thi doctors would image happened to have been extended visit to relatives in noon tpair, where, we understand. probably be bankrupt." When th,6r Borne. they WW make used as a figurehead on the prow Williamsburg. Otis Hale was vya iov many 'friends of the ship in which the settlers here Saturday ot. his way to his We join their iinVimmflori Ai. fliom SUO- - I front it. at. nnw came, This image was copied in home at Walnut Grove. Mrs. G. wishing! 1 u.Mffc .u u v 4w.. f.UdmUarlnin'or, - Cough Remedy is intended esDe- many places in the new colony, C. Brooks spent a few days with cess in their wedded life, CashMrs, A. M. Hiatt weye oially for coughs and golds, and and the first church was named Mrs. Daisy Hunt at Crab Orchard ier and in Frankfort. Wednesday. - -- Mr. hs won a wide reputation by its for the saint. Mrs. Annie j first of the week. "" his Inter- The Dutch spelling of St. Graybeel, of Bemstadt, was the Bhtt waging after e umiea-ium- n in" to take. For sale by all dnl- Nicholas1' was "SanCIaas," and guest of Granville Mice v..., c.ono PV ..... Hllio R ., fVff.-i- r sife - wvr. .UUwt CrM, ouiautthis Mrs time became "Saua Ovena. during. the we:k gafeiw-- . , -" 1 i ,,i MMHHIIMMHBMMi BMBBBBBBBBBi GOOD NEWS d in-la- n. ser-vice- -- d e 1- iFHWmuu I 1 j11au1u1-11a11- '- -- ; her-brothe- r, win -1 - - - . SjSS J. . rJ&&iii!fC---Zi- . . : i -- : ; r SANTA ATCLAUS -v & &3F" 5&' - HfTER'S A GAIN the near approach of Christmas finds i f4 our counters groaning under their contents of TOYS and all kinds of HOLIDAY GOODS. t tmmwcm) iy'-SS- mmimmmmnamBSty. -- " -- . Largest Stock of Holiday Goods Ever Shown in Mt. Vernon . . Let not another sun go down ere you come see and buy from our fast melting stock, the goods to make the Mother, Wife, Sweetheart, Children., Father, Brother or Sister happy. And May Thy Christmas Be a Merry One. H,,fcijrU6i2TCfJlfl w IZQ V WKlfWr"l CfTllattfeBllf'' Willi QelBBsrvWi'f The Right Goods at the Right Price MT. VERNON, KY. Satisfaction Or No Pay. U. G. BAKER iP they have not yet completed the SOME RED CROSS SEAL church house, but we are now in FIGURE'S hoPes that u wil1 s00n be finished. Few people have any idea of John W. Mullins of Livingston, Brinkley Lathim has returned the magnitude of the- is atftfie bedside of his father who Red Cross is very sick. G. E. Price has trom Bloomington, 111 , to stay Christmas Seal Campaign. This the winter. Hamp year over ioo.boo.ooo seals have rifove'd his property across the thro.ugh creek, we miss them ve'ry much Meece is here to spend the holi- been printed and distributed. If irbm our little village but we are days, with his parents. Mr. and placed d these seals Mrs. W. B Spivey of Sams, are would extend nearly Tlad they are no farther away. 2,400 miles, Miss Kate DeBord was the guest visiting Mrs Spivey's father Mr. or practically irom Ne.w York to B. Jones. E. of Miss Lizzie Hurst Saturday M. in Mt. Vernon B. Thompson Salt Lake Citv. Thev hav hen was night.' J. J. Brown was in Mt. Geo. Bray of Wabd, Tuesday his sent to over 25,000 different agents made Vernon Saturday on business. and will be sold and handled bv regular visit here, Sunday-eve- . , w Dr. W. E. McWilliams was calledj Rev. C. K. Carinical spent Satur- an army of not lass than 160,000 last Sunday to see Jep Mullins in day night with'Mr. and Mrs. J. J. volunteers, including men. troaea DeBord. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Dr. G. B. this your headquarters. Millions of .V lace to buy gifts fbr is a Men'ls consultation with Brown has Law- Sams and children of Paris, are and children. have .been adverrence Ora tising circulars been here with her father, this week. scatterIAf I always been recognized Store. the leading Store for-we-n. appointed at this Mr. O L. Hatcher and his mother ed thruout the country, and so were in Mt. The season's latest creations dress needs of every "descrip Nothing would be more appreciated or appropriate than a place and now has charge of the on business Vernou, Wednesday, thoroughly has the advertising, office. Mr. Oscar Catron and campaign been organized that it is tio'n useful articles desirable as gifts are here id large var.-- Clothcraft suit or overcoat. . Aplendid.j'gift at-- t to $25,:- with a il nlln.'' frtJ'z. Otfl in tra Ut Ull-- mil In l children of Catron,. Ky. , spent doubtful if many people In the wear andseiv.ce. s "Siety, our prices and our serviceare right in every send w a suit or overcoabfor Christmas. We'll exchange it Monday with lits sister Mrs. W. CROUPAND COUGH REMEDY more prosperous States of the " way. If you-arin doubt we'll lielp you make our selection. jf t doesn't fit properly. Croup is'a terrible disease, it at country will not haye, F. DeBqrd. Miss Daisy Thomas heard of the tacks children so suddenly thev Kea cross is spending the winter with her Sealamrits mission in are very apt tochokeunl ss given Some Good Gift Suggestions . sfstr in Indiana. Misses Maude the proper remedy at once. There the prevention of tuberculosis, and Jalia Thoirpson were in Brod- - is uoting better in the world than ftis hoped at least 50,000,000 seals Are given oeiow: JUooK'.tnrougu tne list caretuuy. t ah userui trnngs tuat men like. Check otPthe items vou denre and' " your Christmas shopping. Choice is best n8fl Make-your King's New Discovery. maybe sold this year. T'ne pri--ci- p)e way to do , briaJ110' fit's serectionslearl'y We'll head one day last week. Wm. H. Dr. ' -, ' themsfor you. '? Brown sold a good cow ' to P. A. wwis v.uauiuciiain, 01 Mancnes-ter- , &, upon wnich the safe of 'Sftal " " Ohio, writes about his child-: Sweater Vest , SSSJ6 Reynolds for $37 50. F. F, Gen JL , Coat Suspenders ren: 'Sometimes in serere attacks is based is that ev.erceat excipt I Gloves, street or dress.jYear A try spent the latter part of .the we were afraid they would die, but what little is needed to Scarf Pin ' Traveling Bag Handkerclilefs, silk or linen Oap; clcth or fur Scarf Trunk week with his grandmother he.re. since we proved a what certain actual Hosiery, silk or lisle tea1' jC3othcrftBaIt Shirt Umbrella Eo'unging Robe '.ClotkcrSft Overcoa Mr, and Mrs. John Lawson have remedy' Dr. King's New Dis ling idKBeiit.fortftberca'&M Suit Case ' Underwear ' ' Sweater Coat . , .Muffler "Cbnars v . Watch-Fob- ' r returned From a two weeks stav in covery is. we haveLao fear. W worklR community -- whf: .Cnff ButtoHB And many other choice .ribvelftt suitable for gifts.- - ' ' rely on it for croup, coughs, and cEatt ? .Winchester. C. E. Mullins. of sealf ace sola . g JEl'M- So pan you, colds. 50c. and qighfcr with St Wyersspnt Friday k bottle should fc in 00 j " iislister, Mr. J. J, "Brown. evryhoifce. At all- - Druenists fit Wen & "Co., PKil. St. Ther will be seivices Saturday "H; c FIX RETfEI't 1 Vu is cWlkose aa&j3iuriay. at-t-- JiEY-EL end-to-en- 'myPm'Hwi '&Mam The, That is Baker's Way. ASM GltEEtf. This is the PlaceMo Buy His Gift WeVe men Xmas !- jflAKE at -c-- Post-Mistre- ss -- Ohr-merchandis- e, ?;rc r-- 1 L... mpWctory 10 e ,iv-- clip-thehs- .Siiaw '"ue - "- ?euIneIeer -' qfcjrinstard cr iZr-7- IWSft &m TT O N & STORE' f CLOTHCRAFT ( fp- Tm E r -- - v.- - V, rliiilrmn ri',r"i L E-Bu- b - " X . - ai A v - is t. 14 axa rrgrg -- m .TTA " - " -- . ' , - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Dec. 19. 1913 HERE AID THERE I CINCINNATI MARKETS r 1 ii r t W A little girl has expressed her fear in a letter to Postmaster Get eral Burleson that the good St, Nicholas, who visited her grand $I.OO father when he was a boy, may be DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR too aged to make the long trip now, and has urged the appoint-- . Aive-rlisinrates made known on mentofamore youthful Smti. amplication says an exchange. However, she need not worry, for Santa will MEMBER OF never grow too old as long as the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION spirit of Christmas remains Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, 77c, Old corn: No. 2 white 77 No. 2 yellow No. 2 New corn: No. 3 mixed white 71i72c. No. 4 white 68G9c. No. No. 4 yellow 67 i yellow 68c, No. 3 mixed 6970c, No. 4 mixed 676fcc, yellow ear 64G7c, mixed ear C366c, white ear 63G5c Hay No. 1 timothy $1919.25. standard timothy ?1818.25, No. 2 .lmothy S1717.25, No. 3 timothy $15 315.25, No. 1 clover mixed $16.5017, Corn 7475c. 7677c, essm WStaV STYl CLOTHES Nx 7071c, N clover $1313.25. No. 2 white 4545c, standard 45c, No. 3 white 4445c, No. 4 No. 2 Oats VNTsarS THEY PREFER OURS Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style Ita about as difficult to describe these new-clothes white The patron saint of the season as he was is just as young now The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in The Bank of MtVernon. No. 3 mixed 40c. 4143c,No. 4142c, 2 mixed No. 4 4242c, 39 mixed just as voung Did you ever notice to-bo- how polite and speak to your neighbor friends when you meet them on tue street, asks an exchange. There are those in our town who will speak, treat you nice, and you invariably feel good when you have had the pleasure of meeting them. There are those to whom you may speak and they will probably murmur a 'howdy," "mornin," or probably, at best you cah tell, a "grunt," and at the same time be looking straight ahead, and never cast their eyes upon you, or show the '.east bit of concern about you, whatever, although you speak and be as pleasant to them as you can. This is no exception. We find them in every town. Such people do not intend to be impolite. They do not think of such a thing as being mean. The only troubla is they think "our position in life is better Our than those we ignore.-- " home and surroundings are superior to theirs, and it would humi-iatin- g for us to recognize them in But to say our society circle ' Every the least, it is littleness, every women should be poman, lite to everybody, and so teach it is when our grandfathers were boys: as when theirgreat-grandfather'- s were little tors, and for many generations he will retain his youth unless some "societ for the regulation of something or other" decides to put him out of business. "Gray temples at twenty, Yes, white, if you please, Where the snowflakes fall thickest There's nothing can freeze." No. 3 Wheat No. 2 red red 9698c, No. 4 red 8295c. Poultry Hens 12c, roosters 9c, springers 12(g14c, spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and over 13c; ducks, under 4 lbs 12c; turkeys, toms, old, 10 lbs and over 16; young turkeys, toms, old, 10 lbs and over 16c; young urkeys, 10 lbs and over 16c; turkey culls, 8c. :9V&c, 9899c, No Wonder, You'll Find the necessity of thinking belore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented trom frittering away will make a comfortable balance . Eggs Prime firsts 30&c, flrats ordinary firsts 26c, seconds 22c Cattle Shippers $6.507.65, extra 7.758; butcher steers, extra $7.50 7.65, good to choice $6.257.25, comion to fair ?4.756; heifers, extra 7.257.50, good to choice $6.507.25, cows, exommon to fair ra $6 6.25, good to choice $5.50 6, ommon to lair $s.zb(Qo.o; cannera, - Bulls Calves Bologna But it must be understood that there is a gotd reason for the youthfulness of Santa Claus. . In one of the books of the da vs before we were so wise that we knew all about everythng he is escribed as Jolly Old Santa Oiaus. who day after day, works and whistles the moments away." This is the secret of his outb; this and the The Bank of Wit. Vernon U $6.30S'6.50, 10.25. Extra $11, fair to good $8.25 a 10.75, common and large $5.50 rat. Dulls ?e6.50. ?5.75&6.25, extra) caene eaa a-i- d ikk 4K Lattfifi09RBaiH " all skin diseases yield to its curative properties. and tiook. "Health and Beantj. Seed for tree JOHNSTON. HOU.OWAY&CO.. One application soothes and heals a rough cimpIvskin.and.uhenreDeated.auiclcIven'ects a cure. Eczema. Erysipelas. Tetter. Ulcers and For Sale: Three houses one acre lot, situated in the Ashtr addition Mt. Vernon. a sue a box. At all umzzlsts. samplo 1 Address, K. Dec. 5 3t. J. McKtNNEv, Hogs Selected heavy $7.70, good to choice packers and butchers $7.65(3) 7.7.5, mixed packers $7.607.65, stagi $46.50, extra $6.75, common to choice heavy fat sows $4.257.25, extra $7.30 g7.35. light shippers $7.407.G0, pigs (110 lbs and less) $5.507.35. Sheep Extra $4.6004.65, good to choice $44.40, common to fair $2.50 (g 3.75. as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Part). You've got to pe her with 3'onr own e es. jIa)lre you'll like hiM if you don't there arc others- - So, if one suit doesn't please yon, we've another. That lies It's a question of taste. Prices with you. The better the clothes you buy, t t"- - fact that in his home, "which is north by the pole." he does nos have to worry over the tariff 01 women suffrage or hunger strides. W hen he is not working on his Christmas things he is standing '"with spyglass in hand in search for good children all over the land," and he manages to find them in spite of the fact that so many of members of the the various associations for the advancement of somebody else's business have given us to undertheir children that although a stand that they are few and far child or a person be poor, if they between. morally, be upright, and clean, they should be met with cordul There ir no danger of Santa greetings, and our influence left growing old. Hard work, a cheerwith them be pleasant. ful disposition, his aim in life to Judge Leonard W. Bethurum, of make other folk, especially the his lack of worry Mt. Vernon, expressed much sur- children, prise today over the report, that about the price of gasoline, , for he will his brother, Judge B. J. Belhur-um- , ; still disdains the motorcar-age, of Somerset, was beiDg urged save him from the ravages of to seek the Republican nom.na- - and he will be able to find his way tion for congress in the Eleventh this year, and for many years to district. He said no such idea was come. int lhe the lowly cottage, being entertained by his brother, the fine house, with its great open but that on the contrary he had fireplace, or everywhere else he is already announced that he would welcomed. seek tile nomination for Circuit Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, U. S. Judge of the Pulaski, Wayne, Cliu-to- n District Atty. Tor Eastern Ky., is district to- - succeed himself. in Washington seeking a pardon Judge Bethurum said further that for the nctorious Berry Simpson, no agreement of any kind was enwho was in tbe gang that shot U. tered into between his brother and S. Marshall John C. Mullins to any other candidate in the election death at Stearns, Pulaski county, of four years ago t at.d that no three yeais ago. Simpson is now promise was made that he would serving a life sentence in the Atnot make the race for the renom-inatiolanta Federal prison for the part Ex. and he played in taking the life of U.S. It was'simply a mistake or mix Marshall Mullins and it seems that up ot "Judges." There being he is in the right place. We are three Judge Bethurums- - father unable to see why Mr. Morrow, and two sons. It is Judge L. W. who is employed by the U. S Bethurum of Mt. Vernon who will Government to prosecute crimiand nals of this character, is taking so be a candidate, nominated elected to congress in the ilth in much interest in trying to get a the year I9U by the G. 0. P. pardon for Simpson. well-disposed ht-ppy- 1730 Sprinc Garden St Phlla., Pa. Mt. Vernon. Lambs Extra $7.657.70, good to choice $7.157.60, common to fail $5.607. the longer they last and the better they But look while vou're wearing them. everyone prefers ours- They are best. Recently in a Mt. Vernoi drug store appeared.the fig i, "We give $15.00 for 19o9 Lincoln pennies.' No less a person wjs attracted by. this than Cull McClure. He up to the counter and lay walked ingdown a penny triumphantly Is This Your Motto? asked for $15.00. The clerk tcok Let x i then be up and doing, the penny, examined it closely, Every one we can, and thus asked if it were genuine, and after We shell keep them from pursuseveral m'nuies sighed and said he ing' guessed it was good. Clever schemes for doing us i ''Certainly it is." answered Cull. CONSTIPATION POISON YOU If you art-- , constipated, yonr entire sj'steni is poisoned by waste matter kept in the body Ijse serious results often follow. Dr. King's New Life Pills and you will soon get rid of constipation, headache and other troubles. 25c at Druggists or by mail. H E. Buckleu & Co. Phlla. & st. Louis. FAITHFUL SERVICE WINS. te Frankfort, Ky. Faithful service has won promotion for Henry Youtsey, ot Newport, Ky., one of Kentucky's most noted convicts, now serving a life sentence for participating in the assassination of Gov. William Goebel. Warden Wells notified the prison labor contractors that from the first of the year Youtsey will be his secretary in his office within the prison walls. Youtsey Is the most valuable employe the contractors have, but they pay only 85 cents a day for his services. E. ,L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. "Where is my $15.00?" said the clerk, i9o3?" "Where, ' "are the other CASTOR1A TIMBER LANDS WANTED a trace of Irom to ten thousand acres of limber land'in fee, for im n.ediate operation. It you have any land to se'l write, me full two-thousan- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR d CASTOR I A ?or $19.99 I 1 I want to buy Infants and Children. S easier and more convenient to write a check for -- , The Kind You Have Always Bough? Bears the Signature of (OyWCC sjj? yj giving number of acres, s tat this aniunnt than to count out a ten, a five and four ones, a half, u quarter, two dimes and 1 JLjhhi,m',""iIiii,.,.,,"I IK jlsiiiilillsL. acre, on what waters, if any, dis tance from railroad and lowest attorney-at-law- , price per acre. Send plat or bine mt. vernon. ky. print it you have on. On receipt OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o of this informatiorrif I am interThe Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given ested I will immediately send some one to look at tbe land. to collections. James S. Lakin, Phone No. 80. 403 Capitol St., Charleston, W. Va. 'AC. Williams, ing whether in solid tract or not, kind and quantity of timber per four pennies. A checkiug 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 ad antsges chief among which is Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, -- POUND!. FOUND, the place to Dr. u n. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Lar- sensation and other disagreeable gest selection in town. Eyes tested forms of eczema, tetter, salt Free. Years of experience. rheum and skin eruptions promptly enred by Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Geo VV. Pitch or JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 111 OINTMENT ITCHY ECZEMA HEALS The constants itching, burning HOBSON'S PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. : '? aSS" m : J. C. MOORE COX - ? ' BROS. STORE y More . KF !? 1 Economical IN I I H. T-- T. C.rrrrev . MT. VERNON, ovptT-?alrr'-o 49-S. Dentist KY, Phone Washington Times prints the r? i following: "Caleb Powers, twice elected to Congress-aftehaving been in jail eight years awaiting trial on a charge of complicity in the shoot ing of Goy. William Gobel, of Kentucky, will retire to private life at the end of his present term, which expires March 4, 1914. "It was to vendicate myself in the eyes of the people of my State that-- entered the campaign for Congressman .and won," said Mr. Powers. 'It was. not as hard at the last election, I 'JicKed' them easily and would do it again, but I am not going to do it; There's nothing in it, and shall retire to private life. But I say to you that no fact will ever come forth from the womb of time that will onnect me, even remotely, with the killing ot William Gobel.' It is a very easy matter for Powers to sav "innocent," but the people of Kentucky don't believe it. r 1 HOPEWELL Rev. Cbas Carmical filled his regular appointment a Mt. Pleasant Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Emmie Barnes spent Tuesday with Mrs. Nora Hasty. Clara Carmical spent Wednesday with Mrs. Sallie Cummins, at Mt. Vernon. Rev. James Barnes filled t his regular appointment Pisgah, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Isa belle Ping will close school at this place, next Wednesday Alfred Barnes had a fine milch cow to die a few days aga. Rev. CI as. Carnical of this place, is holding a series of meetings a Waynesburg. Well anotherXms is nearing and many little tots will be made glad by rising on Christmas morn and finding" that Santa Clauhas remembered thtm '"-; with nice oresents. at-M- f Rsfl'tk LJWLBI and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER ply follow your customary mfetBod of preparation .add a little less of Calumet than "when Jusing ordinary baking powder. Then -- III J?a A 1 $R ft Fron t.Rnntns Strw - 3!3K3e333!C383!C- says: "I purchased Mendota, box of Dr. Hobson's Eczem Ointment. Have bad Eczema ever since the civil was, have beei. treated by many doctors, none have given the benefit that one nox of Dr Hobson's Eczema Ointment has." 'Every sufferer should try it. We're so positive it will help you we guarantee it or money refunded. - At all Druggists or b Pleifier Chemical Co mail 50c. Philadelphia & St. Louis. a yC3Ggxd$ 3C983C9&3C&$63 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER J.CMoCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER better work. And it does Sim- Stanford, Ky. jEitch tne result. Light, flufty, and even-- r raised the baking comes from the oven moretempting,tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures baking of an expert. your grocer today. the Ask m PUBLIC SALE. Having receutly sold my farm and will move to the state of lnd iana in the near future. I will on December 31, 1913, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the. "Valley View Farm," Bromo, Ky.. offer for sale to the highest and bes bidder, if not disposed of privately before tha date all my personal property, such as is found on an up to date farm, except live stock, such as household and kitchen furniture, farm implemeuts and machinery corn, oats, nay ana otner leea sums. Terms of rle : In all sums oi o 00 ana unaet, rasn m nape. All sums above 5.c, on a crefikj )fsix months, with note with j , prov-e- Brodhead COMPLETE LINE 'Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- Ky Amu phone orders Promptly Filled 'ie3!COC 3$336dic96d GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair sides, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel aU thought of winter's discomfort. , mt a BaHHamBaflHaaPBaV WRAPPED GIFT IN RED CROSS SEALS A purchaser of Red Cross Seals in a Southern city re cently complained because- - tbe big-heart- interest from date till such sums. 2 percent security beaing 8 per p id. fi ct 1 On ' I 1 Received ' Highest tAPtaScSi t S sale Food Expoii- r For Sa.E: I have forwhich seals did not come in sheet'iarger tim WORKS tla, Chicago, nL TSEbIT bushels of corn about l.ooa Uban too. - He had prepared . a . - i.i a r nrisumajs pacsage ior nis aauga f I will offer at 9b cents, per bushel, lTl. L Prii Exposi- K vCuKSRvH if sojNbetfcMygow and Januarv ter and bad conceived tbe idea that Jm twa, Fnace, Uv'PKviiPi 1st 1914; iSBkfc of rough feed he "would wrap entirely in I also have 3WBHb of hogs, one Christmas Seals. As the preiftmt Granite Monuments ot all combined saddle7 ard harness was bulky, the sheets of loo were kinds., Estimates furmished horse, 6 years old,one pair mules notsfficient. He solved his prob- ojd . Open iorsale until on application. 5lyjwrs lem, however, by seveial TMM'iBM"? Januarylst. kpm&.'WtUWaM. hrCdoKt. k' piece-.osheets ol seals on SfHnW GEO. OWENS Propr v nfAl nAstf trm but retoifc. Mount Vernon Monumental allowed if purchaser pay cash H. C. Jones, Auctioneer. wilt v wishes t i WINTER fOTjmST FARES AVAILABLE VIA NOW $1 Manufacturers a This Dec-10- , 19 13. P. CURED Ob H. Shutts. LUDLNG FLORIDA,' NEW ORLEANS, TICKETS ON SALE DAILY! ATTRACTJVE,SrOP-OVER LIVER com-plain- TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH "LAflP OFTHE SKY." PANAMA AND lf W. M. Bullock, f Pec. 12-8- t. I!.- wrapping paper, HafMrMr ujre Hansford, Ky. closed his daught Kjt m- - 1 mtrt KHMUN-- wn tg, uowvarHanKMMraiitX vMaMM Pone 112 tj suffering with liver i wassey Iva Smith ot Point Blank.Texas, "and decided to try a 25c box of Chamberlain's Tablets, and an '.appy to say that lam completely curetLafo; pan eve." recommend them to ever v." v ". jFoV 9le"ly all dealers. LONG RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. EQUlSrrrSeitVICE AND SCEHERY Afrat-oiiefHf- UireURA$i! JtVTwiaatK, - For debfe cowalt any Tgket R. C. KIKG, PacsMfv ami TMcK AfMt ttl Eart U mmmmmKmmmmmmmtmmmtmmmmmmMam 1. Si cA " :L VT'" -- V1'. r. . LJT -.- r- - ... ) gMT,YERNON . SIGNAL Dec 19, 1913 A good milch Apply to this office. Wanted: cow. is"t."rny. concrete store room on West Main. . For Rent: Jan. V 79 Other knockers please copy. wnen up "No. 79" Notice: All parties owing tui wan toCommunl SIGNAL cate wltU tion at Graded School, please call and settle before Jan. 1, 19 14. Chas. C. Davis, Treas. Rev. Geo. Tinsley will take, as his subject, for next Sunday morning at the Christian church, "'The a. Masmwillc R. R. Co.. Signs of the Times," and Sunday Iouisvilic evening "Christmas Sermon', TIME TABLE. Town Marshal DeBord asks us 4.59 pm 22 ucrtn for- 24 nortn 353 a m to mention that the ordinance 43 a m bidding the sweeping or putting 13 south IMt. Vernon, Ky., Opportunity knocks but once Dec. i9 3t. ', G,T. Johnson, Mt. Vernon. . Hurve Bdwman "hasmbved'Tto town and isi running a delivery wagon. A box of tour pa(rsrof Wunder- hose for $1. from. Fish's "would . s 79 Smith has a lovely baby girl, please father, mbther, brother or The stork left her" with a flvtter; s ter. v Smith name her O'.eraargarine Y. C Bucfcner,. of'the Skeggs For lie hadn'fany but her. Notice: 1 have a nice black creek section was. adjudged insane filly 2 3 eats bid which I desire to Wednesday 'and will be taken to exchange for gray horse or 6 tbe Lexingtqn asylum? 5 SUITABLE XMAS PRESENTS FOR MEN AND BOYS V. years old. ' ' S. B. Ramsey, ": Dec. lqst. 'Mt. Vernon. whom 37,- - ( t & ft- i ! i enforced. Sit up and take notice. Tas. Landrum, Agent. The name of the electric light Phone No. 8. company has been changed from the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poatoffice the Mt. Vernon Light, Water & Entered at mall matter. as stcond-cias- s Ice Co.. to the Mt. Vernon Power Ca. This was a wise change. Tne PERSONAL shorter the name the better. very sick Master Julian Miller is The County Board ot Educdtion wi'h typhoid. will meet on Monday Dec. 2oth. of Level Green All parties holding claims against E. B. Thompson was here Tuesday. the board will present same at that Corbin, visited time. Cecil Reynolds of J. W. KlNCER, relatives here, first of week. Chairman. Toy and Charles Martin of Sunday. Crab Orchard, were here CLUB NOTICE JVlivJ. P, Mullins who has been Mrs. Cleo W. Brown and Mrs. reported slightly im- Arch B. Furnish will be hostesses very sick is proved. at an open meeting of theWoman's evening of this Miss Mattie Owens of the Spiro Club on Friday was here Wednesday, week. Meeting to be. held at the section, shopping. home of Mrs. Brown, i was here Judge VV. R. Cress Road Engineering. To those Irom Monticello, Monday on legal interested in highway road buildbusiness. ing a course will be given free of Robert McKenzie was in Brod-bea- charge by State University. The for some 'reason, Friday course is from January 5th to 17th. evening, last. All the county road engineers in' Quail the ;iate are urged to take this Mrs. J. E. Craig of the section, is very sick, but reported course. better at this time. Riddell of Rev Robert Logan Edgar Mullins L. & N. special Nicholasville, and Miss Laura agent at Paris, spent the week May me Thomas, of Richmond, his parents here. were married in Lexington, on ST. G. VVasserboehr of Louisville the otb inst. Rev. Riddell is a son was the guest of Miss Susie of J. L. Riddell, of Nicholasville, -a graduate of Transylvania Uni'Thompson during the week. Catron has moved to versity and a nephew of Rev. Jas. Walnut' Grose, Pula ki, where he Riddell of this county. will engage in farming for the The Langdon Memorial closed next year. Friday Jast, for the Christmas vabeen cation, except the Kindergarten, Mrs. W. H. Fish, who has with ber mothet, Mrs. Geo. D. which doses today with a grand Brock, at Loudon, 'since Saturday1 Christmas tree and program: On returned Wednesday. account of the water supply f 8 one week early. W. Brown .of school cloi-ei- l Mr. Farwell Sunday and The school wi'l open on day sched Louisville, spent Mondav in Mt. Vernon, the guest uled the fitst 6t January when it is assured that the attendance will be of Miss Evelyn Gardner. Miss Alice Ward of Livingston, up to the limit. jetumed home Wednesday, alter For Sale: A range stove, made pending a .pleasant,yisit with Mr by the Louisville Tjn,.& Stove A. tvfcKenzie. Co. Th"s stove is in perfect con and Mrs. Mr. sad Mrs. R- - D. Sams of dition and has not been used long Paris, passed through Mt. Vernon enough to injure it. 'The r.eason Tuesday, enroute fco Level Greer for selling is that water works installed and the stove tovsee Mrs Sams' father Mr. J have been dangerously can not be used for heating water P.Vullins, who was A bargain for any one who needs ill. a good stove. Call at this office. Dr. and Mrs. Conover will leave The directors of the Mt Verv Saturday for a week's visit to relative;? at Colujnbja. Dr. Conover non Power Co , after looking over .will 'be back hvlns office, Monday every available spot in the town for a'Jocation, met Monday evenDecr2g .Livingston, ing and decided to locate on the J. W. Mnllins'-ro- f passed through Mt. Vernon, Mon- lot owned by U. G Baker, located enroute to Level on West Main St., and adjoining day evening Green to see his father, Jeptha the lot occupied by the Mt Vernon Mullins, who was reported to be Monumental Works. Tins ls the in a very seriou? condition. most centrally located spot avail' : able and means quite a saving iu LOCAL the wireing of tile town: A Merry Xmas and a Happy News reached here Wednesday New Year to all. announcing the death of Mrs. T. ' Only four more diys for Ch.ist-- . C. Duke, which occured at her Do it now. mas shopping. home at Glasgow, Ky., Tuesday. L-- . Rev. Duke left Mt. Vernon, only Edgar Mullins sold to J. West a few weeks ago with Mrs. Duke W RobinFOn a house and lot on who had been sick for a few weeks - Main street, near fair ground. tbtnking the .change Kentucky pays $35,000,000 - at that time, Eternal revenue yearly. We surely might prove beneficial to her. Since leaving Mt. Vernon the de" .'should be allowed a one thirty Her cline has beep yery rapid. .. "fifth of this back to construct Boone many friends in Mt Vernon,while .. .Way. not surprised, yet are much griev? $ Arthur Daily bought of Atty ed to know that this gopd women J. W. Brown the property next has been called to ber final reward' to Baptist church -- ecently vacated Dedication of Hotel Boone bv W. T. Crawford. Mr Daily Way and Good Roads Meeting. Ibas moved to the property and Hotel Boone Way will be dedi'will stay In Mt. Vernon instead of cated on February 22nd, the secmoving to Illinois. ond anniversary of the destruction Rev. D. Edgar Allen returned of the Miller House by fire. The irom Brodhead. yesterday, where new structure occupies the site of 'be has been engaged for the past the one that went up in flames on in i9ji. week in a protracted meeting. H Washington's birthday twenty- - Mr. Rider adyises us that: he pro additions, .bad twenty-Jou- r : one by coirfession. two by letter to see that everyone in attendance Undone by restoration Nineteen has a enjoyable time. It is the inBooue Way tention to have the were baptised Wednesday. , people to hold a meet- Good Roads ' . in hotel at time of the dedr- -: ' eir and and as short!line cation. Many prominentt people ? I;"settleHieBts .makes .long . riewte, .. iroaia'distancewillhe.mvued to , , vpese co- -s m u :"ut .Hfe 77 JU . ana we wm uu 00 apad," s J .aecoBts kJst&i& 'Wll'.'Ba'flock oldT& MrJBver- tjfflr" a mar :v friesdever. so!& of Lonloa. his nne saddle tr.ierocnAifiillv. d, J.L South 12:19 am on streets paper, trash etc , will be water from the Sparks spring 7" . 178,126 disllke.to"do the dishes'" which supplies the Langdon Me: The name of the 3?. 178,127th. who morial, the Graded .school and a dues like to, is now being sought, half dozen or mpre families along and if any one will ' send it in the the line, shows the water tobe favor will be much appreciated. contaminated'and since-therhas " Notice: All persons holding heen some three or foUr cases of the use of your money on things claims ag inst "the. estate of Nancy fever, where this water has been "would inaturally . cause the J. Hunt, will preseut to me for used, temporary pleasure Come to our store and payment. Also all' persons owe public to look' upon it with dis;select something beautiful and ing the estate of Nanc3' J. Hunt favor. t Both schools abandoned the use of'it over a week ago and will call and settle same at once. the Langdon Memorial ""closed one "John Parsons, waek earlier lor Xmas vacation, . Dec. Admr. than was intended. j)r. Mark Rev. 0. F. Wisner, D. D. rep- will submit to Mr. Sparks plans for a filter which will 'relieve- all resenting the Department of the possible danger and while we and Coun'y Life Presbyterian Home Board, is have had no expression from 'Mr. Clothing, ShoesvHats, Neckwear, Gloves, Sox, Umbrellas, spending a few" days in town. He Sparks, yet ;we are sure he will I take such steps as are. n'ecessnry is making a survey of social, ecoUriderw Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, Caps, all qualinomic, educational, and religious to eliminate any danger. ties', variety from which to select, and our conditions in this neighborhood, Business nien, a,nd peoplo of all especially in the West Mt. VerT prices are right. classes, if you want to keep the He has non voting precinct., clean, quit throwing your streets been making similar surveys in trash out iu the streets and quit Harlan, Owsley, Clay and Knott taking your paper to the middle of counties. He finds the possibilithe street to burn it a,nd then go ties for agricultural development away and leave about One halt of much better here than in any of it which does not burn, but is the aforesaid counties, .with the scattered overftbe streets. Burn-insingle exception, of Owsley. paper. tra'Sh etc., right in the Here we apsciirfize in men's wear of the highest qnality . Our mark in any merEverywhere there-i- a crying need" middle of the street is .a practice chandise is a credit to your judgment and a gratification to your friends. for better roads as oue of the in Mt. Vernon," which., is not in conditions of prosperkeeping with other things. Other ity. There js a steady improve- towns-no't halt as good as Mt, Ver ment in schools The churches, non will not permit such and we unfortunately, show the least disStand believe that the time has come, position to improve, when they ,tt that if such practices are not volunBy should be in fact the leaders in abandoned, that our city tarily of ail sorts of progress. JNot more "dads" ought to take it 'in hands than one third of the people are and see that it is stopptd. There Good identified with the churches. Is is also too much dish "wilier, and it because the people have a susClothes waste water ofjvery kind dumped picion that the churches are not - It mieht be kightnfi5rTeet;-Jqoking.out.for the best interests wiSTdr the health authorities to of the people, nir Wlfy"i 1tHere make an inspection from Billy is a problem for church, leaders Poynter's corner to Noe.'s store r solve. and out Richmond, and see what All parties guilty ot tresspass- can be found. It is ho trouble to PUBLIC SALE sssssss!ikmanj:4i- wsSSSeSEsSIHWH !f i ' ing upon my property in any way, see. If we want to improve the ; :r;t-.c The nndersigned administrator w 11 "be prosecuted to the full ex- health conditions, one of the of the estate of Nancy J. Hunt portant things is to keep tent of the law. ''fe, fir B m ft "will at the residence of saia Nancy Rupert Menife:1. streets clean. Dec. 19 tf, :' J. Hunt near Maretburg, ,Ky., on 1 II f .CVH 'J .V.the .rd day of January ifod offer " for sale, at public outcry; to. the The SAFE boys' magazine highest and best bidders, the folteith?Bi tniafoodOiiIy $1 lowing personal paperty f All hoyfornll bora, notachlld'apsper. Clean as awListlo. fUot pictures. 2 to 62 pages ererr il One span of work mules, about iutv. ai; . 5. n:stonr. Ecaol mo. wrlttea by years old. Mowing, machine baj j 7 DosccopurTboyi'an'horc. InstmctiTO ireecia articles. 1 ine articio on football and other wagon, eix Fpuiia. iicpanmenta ot Jiecnamri. ijectrlettr. rke, plows, one road Thincs. Htiiap Collccttne. Chlckona. Peta, Gar- head of hogs, five head, oJF sheep, dening, Inrenttons and Natural Wonders. 3 50 bushels of corn iu crib, 1 stack ?m of hay, and one stand of bees. Xm Terms oi sale on all amounts of of $5. and under cash in hand on all amounts in excess of $5 ; from purchaser with' opproved se Ajf" w V'.j:..,! v f;ux i j.; mtm mmmmymmtmmm wimw , with 6 curity, due insix months r- y' per cent interest ' ma eEaorseccii? .1 uir?iaym5ffl $f ..sS- W'P ' Jy W. Parsons, i J. i Deccember i7 T.9I3 Admr. so , 37,178,127 females, of There arc in the United States suoply. purposed investigating the water A recent Dr. Mark, .State Sanitary Engi-- t eer from B'dwlihg Green, visited Mt. Vernou ' this wek, for the test of the are to be found at . . t . . Cash Store c!(fcfcteW psSSSfe "blowing" useful Cash Store e WHAT'Sbu that i9-3t- (ift Suggestions FOR MEN aQdgreat - s " irTEAfE HIM WITH A GIFT FROM THIS STORE g s We v The Home . What You Buy "When YoVGetlt At FSH'S You Know It's Right." - - V mlj mmem -- n a year N6 Powder SIGNAL Is the Housewife s Greatest Help. &itlfiaft:4S3ifi...iV: r.. '". - m m - - WHAT appetite as a light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthf ulness of all oods. ' .. risen-flour-- f tempting to the We are overstockt on Overcoats and Ladies Coats and suits and we are going to make quick work of them at $jj. ahd$io. t J.'Fish &Son Tip Langford sold his property near railroad to James Winsted, the Jailer elect. This is a fine garden spot and for a number o yars has supplied, the yegetabes fo. the jail. , ' '2jl They Are Rolling In. What? Where ?-.- - in-"!&- It renders the biscuit, and short cake more digestible and mitritiousat the same time making them more aittractive and appetizing. hot-bre- ad A fine fine of CAFTO;RIA DAlENS GRAY'' ' "Children ry FLETCHER'S FO XMAS TOYS and a fine of CANDY too. K you want to save money on Xmas goods come to the GREEN FRONT. High Grade Candy consisting of Royal faking Powder is indispensable for the preparation & the year round ofCperfect 1 foods. jkjLKTBS HAIR IT BEAUTIFUL ITS WORTH 50c Jelly Gum Drops Sugar Rolled Gums CLIP THIS NOTICS TTJ J' J C- SH J If vour hair is gray, streaked with gray, white, faded, brittle, falljng out, itching scalp, ordand-rtrfHair Color Reapply n It storer to gray hair and scalp. will darken and beautify tbe hair so evenly that no oae"cn.tcll that von have used 0 Baa. It is. hot a dye. nor greasy nor sticky; per fectly harmless, bat wH dov the JUany ;.t4me Tiail and scalpgood n makes Deltfirhtful'to use. hair soft, full of life, beautifr Stops dandruff. it&in&jfil& foiling hair. Completelwictioas f, Q-Ba- Peannt Buttercups Cocoanut Waffles Peppermint Pillows All for 10c per lb . Caramels' As&rfi55wsts Amasiftisiure get your share. Q-Ba- - fdrhoeie treatment ;6f aJ t&t&air Fine line of Chocolate Candy at cheap prices. Stick Candy pome to the Green Front and too cheat to mention.- ' -- . -' zismmmi&& F F" post, or return this notice and $L. I and wjb"" wiljaelir Jyaa thf$ its use ' bottles. If not satisfidtl-'&we will give ydii back $1.50.. Ad y J. E Mitchell PINEAL, r,. p-m. tr .. -- :J: - dreai :ix?- - & " -- , yjt ' IfeaaSbis, .Tenn; 5- HessigEllisi .KENXUCKV - - !5scS? K Jr .W '!. a 4: r- - f m w 4r 6 OTbLes ' WM DISAP Mi I -- . i V El sh I -- h r3 -- EE3 Ti tfPlISi EEI& E5 & "V VZZSB adi I Here are several reasons why I traded at C C. Davis' Drug Store: I BECAUSE--Qualit- y considered, hip price can't -- be beaten. ml i j3Hj x 4iC There are no delays ;' customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Tbin- gs we get at Chan. C. Davis' all right. Store are 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 from his store; every deal is strictly conficlent:al . BECAUSE Cha?. 0. Davis Js nevei grouchy if. you don't buy. BECAUSE Try Him. IPhsne.59. S oraach, .liver and kidney I or one of my dejjufles vill en Mon- flePA'we come, wisbiug you a v luuieyrwciK. nerves, iame uuck ,fTs dissappear day Dec. 22, 1913, betweej.tlu;,hQrs 1ST . '.T , when . L' fcncl lemale jTElectric Bftteisdre-usea- . Thpus xeady for. the Xmas tree at Free- t Al3T?:),at ihc :'. being regular County. Courtf djy wumen. wouldl not be with- - dom. Miss Lutissia Jones of Lon front door of the Court" houde:in- - "Mt andsof nf iln L? . nV tVatad visiting her sister VernoD,' offer for Tsale to the hicbedti iiUi,a ".""V " MC?, ,, mc- - .... V" .don. nas-ee- n IL m U U'lri (1TCI Mrs. Jim Noe, of this place. bidder, Ihe following tracts of Jand tbj t4A 4 j r satisfy the tax due fhe county" and taxi 23"? andi suffering and Mrs. Bussel is some better at this PAgt ckne T. J, Ni6kk sR. C m aw0.rld I writing, out tcVcr nas gone ery PRECINCT No. 1, Eat Mt. Vernon Sf.done every suffering women eorld hard with her. Mrs. Wilmo t Name Tax & r use this excelleut No. remedy: d Elder, who has been very sick, is ,!s, ,sfl find.ot a&I did,',Jjust how goo .it n w up about the house. A crowd ,Mi $9.56 . , Baker W. B. . ,, f, JtoWi.lot Ao ,, . " .X. .: Pike Aj J, Jr., Itown-IqtPlnHiU-43 . rt? MfTl "! 1Z trom heje attended the Baptist T Ul UlUwlO, Ik 1UIUJ .will uu lie PRECINCT No. 2, Wot Mt. Vernon- - ipsame for you. livery bottle g iar- - church atBrodhead. last Friday AngelW. F., 25 3.57 Anteed, 50c. atid ' $1.00. At all night. Every member of that '5:26 v Menifee Rupert, 25 DKHggists: H. E Bucklen & Co., church loved Bro. Duke, but their Oldham C. T. 1 town lot Mt. V., 7.21 V Philadelphia .or st. Louis." hearts are large enough to love Samlin AH: ItowniotJklt. V. 243.02 PRECINCT No. 3, Roundstone B o. Allen, too. All,pleased wi:h COMMISSIONERS SALE ,5 AdaniB E. W., 4.31 ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT CODRT bis sermon.' As yet, the Sunda Ballenger W'm., 43 2.99 school has pot decided L. W. BETHURUM. for sure P'aintiff, Byfd Ureen. 4.18 s 30 No 1943. VS. when the .Xoms mtertainment will Campbell W I).," 35 3:65 Defendant-!-, be given: W H BAKER, ETC., KetronGeo., It is thought that AND Kid well T. E.f 10 83 80 will be the time PEOPLES BANK,. Plaintiff. Xmas eve"nigat KidweH"W,N. 45 . 519 Here is the largest portion of the VS No i960 Northern Rebecca 43 2 29 AV H BAKER, ETC, Defendants- - program. iwens 169 15 85 By virtue of a judgnent, and crder of Welcome Address ' Pullin G. V.f 25 5 26 Ule of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, liiddle.R. L., il5 5 89 Dorothy Owens tendered at the August Term thereof, tiiuhardson C. A. 40 6.38 Concerted Recitation The Kin? 1913, in the above consolidated causes, I Titus Alfred (Col) 100 6 16 Ten girls hal' proceed to offer for sale, at the Thomas M. J.," 50 2 92 Born "Court House' door, in ML Verpon, Ken Recitatioa-Th&Ba- be rhoma'fe E' C. 18 ' 4 31 tucky, to ;the highest" and best bidder, ' 57 Fannie Browr Wren lee, 10 00 t at public auction, on .Monday, the i2d Concerted; Rcc Precious Bible PRECINCT No. 4. Scaffold Cane j ... PEAR iio, - jn Children Cry for Fletcher's V E4 "I "-- I I k -- '. laI . jMm.M ml& L .mmi m H m V Mmm PE -- e 4 The Kind You Have Always Bonglit, and which has "been in use for over SO years, has borne the sifrnature oC - and has heen made 'under his per-sonal snpcrvisiou since its infancy. J?- J? '&CCX4K Allow no one to deceive you in this ." All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arebat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ef Infants and Children Experience against EsperhaaeaU Just-as-good- - t -- CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless -- 751911-1213103.71 Ch-Tle- y,f Paregoric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVonns and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of ConstipatioU, 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 -- Wben purchasing silverware, remember that in silver plate no name stands for higher quality or greater durability than the renowned trade mark Gaddvj. S. Gadd Cole . Hamilton Mrs. S. Henry Christina Ballinger A J112 Canfield C. M. 65 Caloin Hery 50 113 Cope James, v20 Dees a' C. Duncan Leonard 40 . -- 68 16 64 S72. 35 35 A. Ill acres 60 100 18 A 847 ROGERS BROS. Hokina J.W. Kain James' Miller John Miller M L Rice-V7- ' can be had. The wide lati tude for choice in knives, forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces assures satisfaction to every taste. Sold by leading dealers Ask your dealer to show you the various exquisite patterns in tfhicn the "Silver Plate'that Wears" Northern W F 30 -- 85 75 :50 Spires SJirpda, ,50 Swinford John 50 Wild Tl A Clark G D Clark'Lster .80 " 65 3 80 -- -- year 1912 PRUCINCT No. 5 Crooked Creek Bbwles Mat 45 5 69 3 Carpenter Bagd 40 1442 1911-i2-l- 6j6 County, Kentucky, on the wa.ers of 2 97' it oiind stone creek, and bounded as fol lows: 3 65 Beginning at a stone At RoumUtone, 13 98 , about 7o yards below the mill, iiear the 2 29 moutbiOta small spring branch; thence 10 25 .up.the bganch N 4p E crossing the ial- 4 43 puies tuubiune, inenceruuning up' the' drain N 7o,E 91 "poles to a itone 3 31 about 3 rads.abpve a, 9I1CF; - thence N 2 .8 34 j K'32 poles to a small black walnut 6 36- - :near& fence on the side of a hill; the nc. 7 01 S43W2o poles totwo small spruce pines on top of a bluff at Koundstone; 4 85 .thence, running ith the different 3 58-- " ' meandera'tathe beginning, containing"2 82 bout 45 acres, more or less, and in;A 87 tiludiugUie saw and gristmill lot-O- p 4 87 enlUcient thereof to 'produce the -- 718, 397; 5ay of December, i9l3, between t e r' Eight girls 'hours of 11: o'clock a m and 2: o'clock John Brown p'iii upon a credit of 6 months, the fol- Recitation t: Merry Xmas lowing dedtftx3d property, Concerted;Rec. A io-wi- A"' tract of landjocated in Rcckcasle everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all designs. INTERNATIONAL Successor to Mertden Britannia Co. SILVER CO. MERIDEN, CONN. It Always Helps 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. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to 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. I wish every suffering-womawould give n BROWN and GREEN Per Oah 50c to 10 Gallons 35c 45e & Bbl. (25 gals.) Bbl. (25 gals.) Gentle Veice Barrel lots (50 gala.) 48c 30c Barrel lots (50 gals.) his cpst "herein expended, and a note Mattie Owens Lead ad Ztac SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best bouse paints made. Bask: Pare 1912-1- 3 7 59 find judgment for $looo,oo in favor of Komnson K H 40 Recitation Piophetic Visions and Pure Linseed OIL Cost you 25& less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed t Tincher Preston 25 3 67 Vernon, tgejfeqpiesBank, ofIt twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to yoa. Elizabeth Gentry is anything remaining from PRECINCT. No 6 Orlando Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle StaiBSEtc. . Christmas Chime Ltlie.Jsate o.-- aid above describei tract of Recitation 105 19I2-I- 3 16 90 AdimsJJ Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Patate, Eaaaelsv Ol lie Cable Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. 1 30 Balden Joe 'fr '8JZ. lanp, the residue to be applied on said for Free Color Cards and Useful Inforraat&A aeat Pafets. Tell a WRITE Pqplea JBank, debt, under order of the DryantSam 30 A few more recitations. uru your needs and we will save you money and guarantee yoa satisfaction. 35 I'arrett Flim 7 67ii Fqr-thpurchase price the purchaser A Dialogue; The CrovVning of 28 Vance John 3 97 must execute bond with approved se'Christmas CO. PRECInCT No 7 Livingston t curity, bearing legal interest from the CHARACTERS Incorporated. Baker Alfred '40 day of Ble until paid, and having the 4 48 force and Effect of a judgment. Bidders Washingtons Birthday Baker Lincoln 75 6 56-wil be prepared t comply promptly Bronson Felix 35 3 Arthur Marler witji these terms 1912-1WR 15 5 93 Independence Day Dortha Owen G SGRtFFIN, Coffey J D(NR)12 2 27 Elizabeth Gentry Master .Commissioners of the Rock Childrens Day 3 Collins JH 72 17 92 ' J casjle Circuit Court. ' Thanksgiving Day Cotton G A 30 i9tl-l2-i12-1- Carpenter F C 60 J912-1- 3 13 62 Daugherty W L 250,1910-11-1- 2 i3 12y75 DaughertjThos 300 I9l2 il 75 3 Duaham Martha JJ25 0 3ST 40 DurtiamJT 65 50' "i9 3 Martin W A 8i69 ihcuuht: v.uaa ou- ijiio-- i itiz-i- o it of - sume of money Ordered to be made: The judgment of L W Bethurum against W.11 and Dejla Baker, htsoun ing to J4S0.94, with legal interest from the 18th Jay uf April, I9i3, until paid; and the further sum of.54G 47, with legal interest thlreon from the lstday of Feb, 1913, Five boys Recitation Fill uphe empty In Use For Over Years Stockings ,r Bertha Gentry Concerted Rec. Love Star Six girl? Recitation pule Children Jessie Roberts Concerted'Rec Merry Bells Six girls and four boy. RecitationrsShare with his little 8IMON PURE.- - DURABLE. HONEST. ones Rfssie Griffin Concerted Rec. Plea of the Na- OUR FACTORY-TO-USE- R " tion Nine girls PRICES Recitation Lnn Dillinql am T TOTW'rVr I THESES PRICES FREKHT-PAConcerted Rec The Holidays CTHDt TAAiri ts YOUR FL R. STATION. Twelve g rls Per 61. SILVER SEAL S to 10'Gallons .... 75c Recitation Who I Love BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. oc jBbl. (23 gala.) Vira Brown cigui. vtuiuia luuiuuguij acimuic Me Barrel lots (50 gals.) ... Recitation Ugb and Star RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. The End You Have Always Bought 30 azM&U SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You 50 iAiun.: oiur: BLACK moiin: Per Gal. 40c S H Cleo Gentry -- and the. penalty thereon provided by Recitation law against delinquent tax payers, and Reading Verna Hensley 5 to 10 Gallons to-las- Ky-IfUe- re s ' -- 16-9t- f TO-DA- Y a KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. !ST & rk 3 ANNOUNCEMENT 1910-llr1- Cromer Celia Durham Newt Hellara.Geo 12 , 1912-l3j5,C- IQ.7A. 2 94 50 , Howard ClarSpce'86 Hart ,F 640 v, 30 - 924 " v- - CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial. Little Mart aValwffeyJ W Afartin Tom firacle Jeff Mounce Wm 25 40 20 75 10 15 15 7 '"k" and it always does me good." I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Morgan HM McDaniels D 3 83 6 84 4 60 3 06 5 24 5 09 4 18 3 31 3 31 Martha McKinnev EVERY;' WOMEN wants and Xmas day Santa Clause --bobns. "At an oeedstH&se Charlie Williams cf nany thousands of dollar? Bradley Brown Chairman we and Every body invited to the tree. haye completed and. ready lor de ex-peu- he K H ' NEW S is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest M - IiveryP,tie 'Six Wfoljame winter-na'iion- al Cooking LibraVy 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 tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing o women ior more man mty years. Get a Bottle Today! t m) UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ,4 Pope John 1 town lot Livingston 7 21 Rogers Mao lo" 3 06 3Q 19Iorl r42-1- 3 Kelley S E 11 52 Kelley Mrs NC 35 7ij912 v 4 22 8 Walnut Grove PRECINCT No Brailley Harvey o 191olI-l2-1- 3 1262 .Forsythe WF 2o 3 2o Hall Mrs MM 75 199 Kirby James "W 115 4 60 Reams M F 5o 1912-1- 3 806 U If 10 Reams Chas 9 5o Sears F O 35 3 97 PRECINCT No 9 Browns Albright J M. 3 3 31 1912-1- 3 Btown T J 4o 9o9 ' .' 11 30 DeBopdMaryS66 PRECINCT NolO Jlrodhead " Adams Jim jBpyd, Sarah 4 40 85 37 2 - iver offered in Rockcastlo county. JVIy stock of goods is newr 1 Recipes sfew. Ne ver , befor4 ; Catarrh is a blood or constitute n md am not going to let them get old by holding for high prices. Come now and share in the' .Bargains. Here are a jjqpa. wery.compieie-anneaMiy- , a disease, and in order to cure i " Eacn liodk complete musrtake internal remedies. :ev prices so as to give yon an idea as to how things are going utderstdbd Hull's Catarrh-Cur- e is taken inter sDeiiikeRecipe Books, library "Sally-- , Shoes at the lowest prices good ALlCO, all shadea, per yd oc and acts directly upon the " leather can be sold at. of Spates, -- te -- Wood's bv7 of VFaraous Canada andSrop, 'Ciiefs-TJnjjteii CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with local rpplications, as they can not reach the seat of the disease BARGAINS J $i THE SALAD BOpK. 'ilbod arid mucous surfaces HallV "ttarrh Cure is not a quick med TEE 'cine It was prescribed by one o THE ARTERNOON TEA BOOK the best physicians in this countr for years and is a regular pre THEDAINT-ViS,W&T-BOO- k" ct3ption. It is composed of thi OftTsts THEJ)E$SEKfc1)6K THE RR'EAD.Xp). hest STRYBOOK the best blood purifiers, actiug di tonic-know- n, 3est POPLIN goods, Regular price 20c & 25c per 3'd. now per yd luc going at, Best GINGHAMS made, per yd 94c t also have a nice lot of PANTS, cotiibined with and prices you never heard ot x. , r 5q.CentsfeacbiEippaid 1911-12-- 13 SagdJM..'.' '3 97 25 2 7 65 SetSiBppk Prepaid 3eantiftiUy "KuiQsed "Covers attractive three Money "refund Carton Mailers. ed if .noti. delighted with these $2,5p au&'fbur-colorsMn the mucous sur'ace-- . combination of tit ft wo ingredients is what pn dace.' rectly on ct The-perfc- ratarrh. free. F -- suchivonderful results in end for testimonials. curinj carry a full line GROCERIES and I defy competition. If you fail to come to mJrstore you are going to miss bargain s 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 fm ber that I pay the highest market ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. )0k For The Sign W. L. OVERBAY on the Imitation Brick Bldg. T- " -- tk Oo'ffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of he County Boyd James 20 78! Butcher TB 48rft 3DeBordC'D' 477 Evans J E,'l town JotBrodhead 1910-H-12-1- 3 books. "MbTEAL-CBRlS- T MAS PRESENTS. INT;e:R1ML0NAL TcledOfO. ..Sold by Druggists price 7sc Taka Hall's Family v Pills for constipation. J. CHFNEY&CO., Props. W. L. Overbay, SELLS THE W. A. CROMER, Manager. plm PtBI,ISH- - x 10 25 All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,i r rC7' - Farria J B7 J. towgjKrodhead 37 21 !C?3Wlt'12-18- . 7 Frith Tilden k4oq. 29 86 Poge'l Geo QiofiiftoU BKHlneaa-S. s Security Bldg.fTjos;Apgeles, Cal. al has - $net of-- theATfteTrnoon just TQ'eitei-t- her-ign -- Qlildren Cry :jgm mmmmTf:. JONAS McKENZIE. "The EdHtof x" BTORIA rLUUMfcKS t lyy: 3x33 H m .rm & Mm: Nb k mm0 TMm 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY Ti Howard Joe Howard 62 w Mahaffev Jillen 1 Broilhead tiparaiartna 30 v fh tolot " 1911-12-1- 3 So 2? 9 23 37 Roberts'Lou Baylor Sim -- 67 Sol 19 Sexton J B 50 5o Sk ? W9&- ,'t "PREQlNCTNo feanks'jK ' fM' TharpBettiel 509 Tea Book&arjd-pmeoftb- e Bread Boolcs -- ahd they are and Pastry every certainty beaumtil-boks"t- ii useiorjChegCStaifd sionf alnthe tostelecfc.iulofeipta- that-- I 1. nay,e evepseen. ,. uur reaaers wm ppreciateihese books I am sure. dainty and at the Tbey y jtm are-ver- mmmTmmWE'' Selz Shoes -- ROYAL 'W'i r?- -- v BLUE5' i v t3 Si I F you need a good pair of shoes it r 'I081 lfJohnetta . - CAlFGWlA --- 'WOMEN SER rup-ieathe- Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps rs at a reasonable price CqJJB ,Madis - -- 60 100 7 63 9 11 IMLYALARIED and-S-- .v WAS W '-E- EL "V, I Feters Floyd 20 :69 3 31 5 80 Mens Saddles, new, $400 and up & T4 jauit 'C44t new, ti: nn j kjauuic; juuiuuup Old Main Street back of Court House. . t'V i :m 'VHhii fatliaf otod ,jLK,r .aiuuu .. .. vi r rt LiV nan j'li.U .ViA,.'fc .warsornaAnHftmeQ V ears ago he read 'n3'acet be.tafVjOu.-ialarmw- i ' ,, cAi ement of ChamberJaialJfcletsi ls.llhiKw VKrf.'-Ti'.-iit"- u a 1 i&ffi u ua m V, 9K iiu 9 papers lDttl; Ujns-.-CMCgIvi 'acW yy 1 uca m iss iyj f: irs."i?s: BtUU I tSc FlTjitIBSEXGTtY . X;' AcshoKlimeago I conlracteS Sev.eiaicbKwhjch '' sjed;pnrg;y. tevgS2&Wtis4d-Mi&--- great d?a of:SUiBbTaafc like lamp jQil that Eves n UKX1L. is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy r Arr -- !; jVotbls ! J lmyoittHt-lDHIBIi o the UU11I B JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. IS $ :cq(ibideaieUr T- - I- TyOulcl::bVe-b- d teiind-oaeKb- id a flicker teres t iZ4 1 y.-i- wi t" r- ' S' g.T- -t tyn.1 XWIB DArS :. 3feXfoC8&c3tolGa&3C 30CSfi3K3r.ivu W. T. rf -- MlCatnpbplLcnhAik:of rf 7purcSa8ed,a.box stnlr nas not hppn "I - .tLr t. v.?irL zzzz:, aisbcr. uu ,.unKBJh i. "also It vor saie oy ftuae ..them-a- n ' -- T? tK4ai stedfa' ;ht, !5tT svinjrhad m JHV' WlWW vVf wWBt raoTTS otr. in G0. ". "bf -- Pa. ltfiW l"MeOMfe" -. FURS JOHN WHITE 5r -- AND HIDBS HHWTPWt HWWEST MARKET mWmmmfmmmmmmM--' FM Wan! mm RAW a tut BaMaaja- - Ua !.-- . urA FJMS AMI N4MBS mmmmLmClLmWrmmmmimmm j J rWroeu ', Am OIL IWu&ES. z I i all dealers'. . ftf v. V