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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913122601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MteMMM Published Every Frid ay VOLUME XXVII. aiiii kx dm IH H fc ?? 5. ft shmivhhi r )llli. lafVMM Established 1887 Ml f ,? A ! t - - MT. VERNON, ROOKOASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26,1 1913. NUMBER 13 Important Happenings of 1913 In Pictorial Review THANK YOU For the Biggest Christmas Business In Our History we wish we could take each one of you .by the hand and thank you for helping us to make 1913 our busiest and biggest year of our 0i 26 yeafs of business . V "4 r c $ MISS HEMiN UOUKD was married to Flnlcy J. Sliepard at Tarrytown, N. V- - on Jan. 22. General Vlctorlano nuerta became fwujooaj president i Message In Per0" President Wlhon read his on Feb. IB. J. Plerpont Morgan, flnanclcr, died In Home on March 3t, uced soventy-slx- . Louise, only daughter of Kalsor Wilhelm of Germany, wag WH3 to pJnc congress In Joint cklon on April 8. I'rliicess-Vlctor- la on May 24. The American polo team won the International match from the British challengers at Meadowbrook, N. V., on JniHMl. of New cItII war veterans attended the great reunion at Gettysburg. July l- -, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of that battle. Governor- WlHtom 8ulier a Tn , on Kept to the national amateur golf championship at Garden City, N. Yoik was Impeached on Aug. 11. Jcromo D. Travers retained his title waa max-rie- d steamship Volturno, Uranium line, burned in mldocean on Oct 0, 131 losing their lives and over 500 being saved. Miss Jessie Woodrow Wilson the White House on Nov. 25 to Francis B. Say re. General Carrauza'a rebel followers won lmpoitunt victories in Mexico In Uecemlw.' at . ,.;L4 .1 ;rn - y ryi ' w "v.ri" ' fL.. ' - -- .w.'J:. ''TL m n .sA " fvof lATtowi ta m' i " 14 0 r l 9 rt J.,; , WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL TO BE MERGED INTO FARM AND FAMILY MONTHLY. "Farm and Fam'ly," the first number of which will appear about the middle cf Janu bo called good roads and the family, and it cultural and edacfctfoaal circles in will cover these subjects as ably Kentucky and'.tfre. South. Naturally t&6 magazine will nnd completely as n "modern orwith every ganization equipped raeann ol gathoring information and intelligently editing same can. posiTily do. Mechanically it will lnvoevery facility known to mod- -' ern invoutlon. The editor wilfbo Mr. James Speed, well and widely known in connection, with the J movement, for ferment in agri-- J " . A Hqe's To You Happy and Prosperous New Year "L t The day of the political weekly has passed, but there is, unquestionably, a demand in KenCourmm-JouRNAi- . Editoriai. tucky, the South and tho Southdate magazine west for an up-tDkc. 17 'embracing all matters of interest WJth,tbo-lssuof the eekly i 01 December 31, to tho farm and the family, uggrpi C will be and Family" will bo a publication J913, thut publication a monthly piper, to 'do otedto agriculture, education, merged into ary. o urier-Journa- havejthose departments which are usually secnin nsil magazines; but there will be ofSIrs which have Keen (yenerallrfiVBiTSoked. For jlnstance, it willo1' the policy of Pat m and ii,nl)JyV to devote somQspra; Igafflr issui to the Rral.School$Tbre will be.no "And the night shall be with musicf And the cares that infest the day, Shall fold their tents like the Arabs, filled . And arsently4teal -- away' fo-y&- T ellorttotUorai Jjfecugg, the v jSr1' . . H.6 ' JiriM its greatest blessings and give you health and prosperity and that "the cares that infest the day shall fold their tents like the Arabs and as silently steal We trdst that -- 1914 Wiil brteigf- 4' i. ' W5r j.'MfS''. IF away' Your Good Friend Bk."iinB'i jl .. r, .i' it -- i ii iimj- - ii; 1 .: htkov i j - jimrj u li iiii 4iui. i ipj-m- i : ..jr a ,t ! U.G.BAKER THE RIGHT school question from the. GOODS THE RIGHT PRICES ..t teacher's! the promotion of good farming, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF viewpoint; but simply to learn good roads, good schools and con THE UNITED STATES where in the Southland there is a tented homes. Such a medium FOR TUB EASTERW EISTRICT OF school that is really doing things "Farm and Family" proposes to KENTUCKY that are of vital importance to the be. In The Matter ") community and give the story to It seems that the time is rioe of In Bankruptcy. and read v for the launching of a Luther Manis j tho readers. The evolution of the- - Weekly magazine which will give to the On this 18th day of Dec. A. D Courier-Jpurninto "Farm and farmer, his wife and his children i9i3, on considering the petition Family" is in accord with tho pro- a new idea of the education which of the aforesaid bankrupt for gressive development of the times. goes boyond the school out into filed on the 5th day of Twenty years ago tho firmer de everyday life and makes it amply July, A. D., i9i3, it is ordered by ,. ," -pended on bis weekly edition of worth while. be bad the court that a, hearing the city daily for the news f the 'Farm and Family" will be pub- upon the same on the 27 day of world. But be is not con lished by the Louisville Courier-Journ- January A. D., 1914, before said Company, in its modern court at Covington, Kentucky, in tent to wait a week for bis news of the world any more than liisi printiug plant at Third and Greeu said district at 10 o'clock, in tho neighbors, recorded by streets, Louisville, Ky The ini foro noon, or as near thereto as Josh Billings, is content to sit and tial number will contain 24 or more practicable, and that notice therewait for the cow to back up tc be quat to pages, and the price will be of be published one time in tho milked. Better roads, better trans- 25 cents a year. Mt. Vernon Signal, a newspaper portation facilities, rural free deTo fill out the unexpired sub- printed in said distrirct, and all livery, to say nothing of other scriptions of present paid in ad- known creditors and other pcros place to gifts fgr; conditions which are revolutioniz vance Weekly readers, the Satur- in interest mav appear at said time ing country life, have changed day issue of the Daily Courier-Journ- and place and show cause; if any Store for leading been recognized as will be sent, in addition to farmer is all that. The modern thoy have, why the prayer of said "Farm and Family." croations-dre- ss Nothing would bo more appreciated .or appropriate than a fast coming to demand his daily needs of every descrip- petitioner sLould not bo granted. Tho season's latest A hplendid gift ut $10 to $25, with a newspaper, and the rapid extension STOMACH TROUBLES DISAPvnv- - Olothoraft suit or over.coat. Witness the Honorable A. M. hero m huge tion usoful articles desirable as gifts-- aie guarantoe of aUwool( ,;8ting Weor and'sVCe. and improvement of the postal J. Cochran, Judge of said Court, PEAR .iety. Our merchandise, our prices and our service are npht in every Let u8 send him a sul, 0f. overooat for (Christmas. We'll exchange it service have made it possible to Stomach, liver and kidney and the seal thereof, at London in "way.-iryo- u if it doesn't fit properly. are in doubt we'll help you make your selection. justisfy that demand. Having bis troubles, weak nerves, lame back said district, on the 18th day of daily newspaper' he no longer and female ills dissappear when December A. D. 19i3. Good needs a political weekly, but he Electric Bitters arc used. Thous J. W. MENZIES. Clerk. Check off the items you desire clip the list and does need a medium of informa ands of women would not be with carofully. All useful things that men like. By S. V. StaCEv, D. D. Are given below : Look through jthe list Christmas shopping. Choice is best now. Make your selections early. We'll tion and stimulation, more special- out a bottle in their home. Eliza bring it m. 'It's the most convenient way to Pool of Dopew, Okla. Vritos: WtA tim for von. ized than his daily can give him, "Electric Bitters raised me from a Pocketbook, genuine leather Sweater Vest iancy vesi Belt within the lines of his own voca- bed of sickness and suffering and CONSTIPATION POISON YOU Rain Coat Suspenders , Garters Boxed Hosiery Set Scarf .Fin Traveling Bag j Gloves, street or dress wear Cane tion and environtunet, thru which has done me a world of good. I If you art: coustipated, your o HatiJUerclilofs, silk or linen Scarf Trunk Cap, clcth or fur system is )U)isoncd by the Shirt he may keep abreast with all that wish every suffering women could Hosiery, Bilk or lisle Umbrella Clotbcraft Suit uso excellent roraedv and waste matter kept in the body Suit Case Lounging Robe Underwear Clothcraft40yercoat intelligent effort is doing in im And this as did, ) out Sweater Coat Mutller just how good it I Watch Fob Collars Use proving agricultural methods and is " As it has helptul thousands serious results often follow. And many other clioicoinovQlUeej9u,Uable for gift a. Cuff Buttons Dr. King's New Life Pills aud vou tho social of others, it surely will do the results and bettering will soon get rid of constipation conditions of rural life. He does same lor- you. Every bottle guar- headache and other troubles. 2sc At all need, a medium through whjch.be anteed, 50c. and $1.00. Druggists. H. E. Bucklon & Co., at Druggists or by mail. H E. Buckloo &Co..PWla. &st. Lpul leftrns ail that is to be learned for Philadelphia or St. Louis. al o, .. fv f JJ f di ' to-da- y al easy-goin- g This is the Place to Buy His this your headquarters. We've always ,ift MAKE The best buy men4s;ata Men's 'Men. the Xmas al ry slnpe(-fiati8facto- Some do-you- r Gift Suggestions . en-tir- MCBEE SUTTON THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE & - I "''k- r" MT. VERNON SIGNAL trouble Friday, M iri one base. tl c whisky and pisrb'U and UlerU WMd ho less trouble and soihb sntisfnc tion in the land. f (Jul iit E3r. fiariTi. ,. -- M.V A. - jSgrr.! i JCTwn, uncBnannMiBBaBapi -- 3'iTO$i3ag.ucaWAera,il ''t- ?co23ri3tirr3artOtt3a Tub Water WaOox: botvn the rathskeller. in trU gilded restaurants, parlors of gardens of" pleasure-doon the rool all 6ver the world hurIn high-dads Dec. 20, 1913 TUB Christinas edition or the Barbourville Mountain Advocat $I.OO is a splendid issuo which Knox ONK YKAR OBSCRIPTION county citizens should feel proud of. It is chuck full of ood things Advtrtiiing rates made known on and wo can Hud but one over- application sight made by its manager no word about Boone Way uppeued, MKMHKROF in its columus-th- o thing nea est KENTUCKY PKKSS ASSOCIATION the hearts of Rockcastle citizens The Lancaster Recoid has a now ' ofJice, now press and outfit and is sending out a bigger belter paper which has always beou a gocd one. Published every Ftiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Testimonial From High Authority & A 0) . 1 4i is famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cakes. They, are shipped to all parts of the Globe for special affairs where the best of Cakes arc Mrs. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn., demanded. This year, as in former years, Some of our country exchanges seem to think it their province to keep constantly before the public the iact that their paper is the organ cf some particular party and thru their editorials and locals eternally attempting to drill it into the heads of their readers that all the honest and good men belong To" their particular party and the dispatch from Washington Representative Caleb Powers, of Kentucky, introduced a bill, which nppropriatea $8,000 for a government survey looking to.vard tho construction of a macademized road from Crab Orchard to Cum-berland Gap, to be called "The A. 1 Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinction of making the President's Christmas Cake", using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: "To have complete success with no failures, care should be used in selection of Baking Powder." v --ti Dear Sir: As tho year is drawing to a close, the time of general settlement is here I will send you a long green to keep the Signal coming another year for I could not get along without it. I think it is like good whisky, grows better with age. Our largest snow is falling to day. It has been a warm wet fall and no winter so far. We never have experienced so much rain life." Then Uuncle Billy must have hero in the fall since this aountry -- voted for many "vcllow dogs" has been rottled There seems to be a change One must during his long life. coming all around in this country. indeed feel sorry for the preju We are beginning to learn now to dice and ignorance bound up in Why always this larm tins ast domain 01 prano such a man. llouting into the faces ol your table land, which have laid idle for hundreds cf years, only neighbors, i lact that you are here furnishing grazing for buffaloes a Republican or a Democrat? in the earlier days, and for cattle Does it do any good? Does it and sheep in these latter days. feel make everybody better? In I906 the Santa l'o R R. There's really mighty little polibuilt a new road thru this cattle tics in the country. Politics is n men's paradise and with it came scientific school with many matthe home seekers in large numbers riculated students but mighty and almost from every state ad few graduates and the ono word covers a large portion of the as would be natural almost all of minds of all; that word is "'preju- them tried funning on the ranch plHii. they had followed (back dice." II that hatefni word could home') and with a few dry years be eliminated much better feeling would tjiruout our there were a great many failures prevail country. Juch be done toward and a great many got discouraged as has been the case in all new it if the exchanges mentioned would work towara that much settled countries and hit the hike back East. But there are those desired condition by doing a lot of who have staid with their claims "eliminating" from their columns by experimenting and trying much of strife stirring articles and out plans suggested by our experwhich is not politics at all, but iment stations are raising-fal- r simply gush and rot and only crops with as small a rain fall as serves the purpose of keeping' up we had in first few years when the spirits and prejudice of the crows wope a failure. "boys in the trenches" who Now the second bunco of home used as tools to push some seekers are coming in buying up office seeker into a position where tho pushers the land those others left behind he soon forgets and they are getting larger bodies (voters')" Why not cut out so much play' together and putting in silos and ing at politics? Give more space adopting the cow as their partner the hen as a good assistant to schools, churches, farming and Every thing looks more favorable stock raising, good roads and for Eastern New Mexico than it the pushing of Boone way. "On ever has befure. to Cumberland Gap." I can not close without wishing votir Boone Way Boosters succets, In many parts of the country a sorry "Jim" got a black eye in cloud of glnom is spread over the November, but if he is successful Christmas holiday season because with Boone Way that will ho glor of the large number of people who enough to overcome all tho disap are murderod or wounded. Many poiutments in other ways. people seem to think that ChristBut don't crowd old Cull out en mas is for the purpose of drinktirely, give him a show. ing whisky, carrying pistols or JOHN RfiNNER Jr 6liboting or murdering somebody. . engenders and promotes nisms and ill feelings among many friends and neighbors While it is essential and necessary for two parties to exist, there is no need of indiscriminate abuso slurs and slings at the opposition There are honest men in both the political parties and a man is no better by being indentilied vi h either, though tho party may be benefitted by his membership it he be a true upright citizen; but the matter printed by some of the exchanges would lead its readers to believe otherwise, provided said matter was worthy of belief. One often sees such squibs as this in newspaper columns: "Uncle Billv Thickhead of Lonesome Pine was in to.vn Monday, Uncle Billy is 8(5 years old and is yet lively as a cricket. He is a true dyed in the wool and blue, never scratched a ticket in his Boone Way." J i' Caleb Powers will just keep his nose out of the Boone Way, dishonest and riff raff belong to the opposition. Now what good the people particularly interested of the road can sucli stuff do the people? It in the construction will be much obligf d. Every no friends.' or votes but makes antago move he makes hurts tho cause BAKING ' UMET 1NDWDER Some little time ago I made a careful study and investigation of the baking powder subject and 1 feel fully repaid. I am firmly convinced from tho results 1 hive received that' there is na baking powder to equal Calumet fcr wholcEomeneta and economy, and I also recommend Calumet Baking Powder for its never failing results. December 0, 1013. Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilson. dle Is ol t he best classes of intelligent, respected m .n and women enjoying, are daily ai;d nigntly good fellowship, all of tu.o t to be had in eating or drinking Occasionally one of these finds that he or she Then good ts going to excess. resolutions are put in force. Tho will power Is called luto action, and tho ''water wagon" stops lor them. They climb on the good old road wagon, and for a while the ride is easy. Bye and bye it be gins to got ayvay from tho smooth treet onto the turnpike and then The worn, t the slippery seats are hard to hold on o. A little sand is put on, and tHey hold for n time longer, but e entually a little rough place in lie road tips, the good old wagon a little too far, and otfthev slide. The wagon goes on, and the pas senger has to "hoof it." He again gets thirsty. He takes "just t one drink," then all resistance is g me, and back; he goes to the old he-imerry-makers THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as A B C. Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as riiilicult to describe these now olothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to seo her with your own o es. Maybe you'll liko 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 yon. The bettor tho clothes you buy, the lotigor they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. Thoy are best. J hibit. The Editor of tho Burlington Junction Post goes on record as follows: "At this writing we have no desire to leave this vale of tears or hurl ourselves upon Ab nham's bosom, butif we should desire to do so we wouldn't lean up against a loaded gun aud then pull the trigger, as , many do. Neither would we cat a solid meal of rough on rafs. blow out the gas, drink concentrated lye, sit down in the lap ofu buzzaw, smoke cigarettes, or call a Kentuckiau either a liar or a poor judge ol whisky. We would simply get out an edition of our paper in, which we would strive to the best of our ability to co print tho plain, square toed it, and ruth as we understand hen calmly await the end. TIMBER LANDS WANTED I want to buy a trad, ol I ur 'wo thousand to ten thousand acres of timber land in fee, for itn mediate operation. If you have any land to 'sell writo, me fully giving number of acres, s tat ing whether in solid trai;t or not, kiud and quantity of timber per acre, on whajt waters, if any, dis tance from , railroad and lowest price per acre. Send plat or blue print it you.have on. On receipt of this information if I am interimmediately send ested I will some one to look at the land. James S. Lakin, Capitol St., Charleston, W. Va 403 Dr. audjhis messing with the measure will be a kindrauce to senators James and Bradley in getting such an appropriation. Powers can't get anything in Washington and it looks like he would have ei.ough ense to know it. McAlister, N. M., i2 Mr. E S. Albright, Alt Vernon, Ky. 16 I3 Calumet olio received the Highest Award at the World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago and Paris, France, 1912. Buy a can of Calumet Baking Powder at once, and use it in your Holiday Bakings, making your Christmas Cakes as good os the President's. E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. The Helping Hand you can most surJjJJenend upon in time or rrouoie ?s y.our Dame account. Better start 'to acquire a big one by depositing what you have in You'll Find the necessity ofj thinking helore paying a great Incentive to siving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance. $ I J 19.99 S easier and more conven, . The Bank of Mt Vernon. bank does away with all such bothersome ditliculties for you always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely ono of tho many adantages chief among which is a ten, a five and four ones, a half, n quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checking uccount in our ient, to w rite tu .check .for.. ., this amount. than to count out Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US The Bank of Earl Stanfill of Barbourville, was here Saturday and Sunday. Was life what the German pessimists called it a sort ot trap; a blind alley we found ourselves, an endless, vicious circle of coming into existence with risk and anguish to our mothers and going ut if not in a second anguish then at best, in a lethal lethargy that lets us forget the evils we Ind done as We fall asleep. A Laurel county couple have been married sixty years. Is there a couple in Rockcastle who were married in 1853 or ear'ior? Wit. Vernon POUND! y For Sale: Three houses and HOBSON'S OINTMENT HEALS ITCHY ECZEMA POUND, the place to buy Spectacle The constantly itching, burning and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Lar- sensation and other disagreoable tetter, salt gest selection In town. Eyes testei lorms of eczema, rheum and skin eruptions" prompt Free. Years of experience. ly cured by Ur. riobson s Eczema Ointment. Geo, V. Pitch of , JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Mendota, III. says: "I purchased COX BROS. STORE a box of Dr. Hobson's Eczemt Ointment. Have had Eczema ever since the civil was, have been r treated by many doctors, none have given the benefit that one box of Dr Hobson's Eczema Ointment has." Every sufferer .should MT. VERNON, KY, try it. We're so positive it will Fron tRooms over Baker's Store r. help you we guarantee it or money refunded. At all Druggists or by Phone mail 50c. Pleifler Chemical Co K?rD!35C6838CC Philadelphia & St. Louis. PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. . J. C. MOORE XDJCXXCDOC P. H. Conover Dentist 49-- 3d$x&yd :q&dk$ GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER a ono ucre Jot, situated in the Asberadditidn Mt. Vernon. UNDERTAKER Address, K. J. McKtNNEY, J.C.MoCLARY PUBLIC SALE. Dec. 5 3t. " Mt. Vernon. CA3TORI A RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR USE ''''vbI Having recently sold my farm and EMBALMER and will move to the state of Indiana in the near future. I will on December 31,-- 1913, at 10 o'clock a.m., at tiie "Valley View Farm," Bromo, Ky., offer for sale to the '"iJkr'BW highest and best bidder, if not disposed of privately before that date, such as farm, except live slock, such as household and kitchen furniture, farm implements and machinery, corn, oats, hay and other feed stuffs. Terms of sale : In all sums of $5,oo and under, cash in hand. All sums above $5, 00, on a credit of six months, with note with ap bearing 8 froved securitydate till per cent from pid. On such sums, 2 per cent off will be allowed if purchaser wishes to pay cash. H. C. Tonus, Auctioneer. This Dec. 10. 1013;, all my personal'property, is found on an up to-dat- e Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. Ky I Stanford. Kv, $&&X&KX X&X$XBcSf!3C nS dispc. . VIA A careful study and observation convinces one that these shootings ore brought about by the two causes. The first cause is' drinking; many pfoplo who, during tho other months of the year seldom touch whisky, feel at liberty, in fact, think it a necessity to drink and make fools of themselves during the Christmas holidays, Those shootings and killings are brought about, in the second place, by the senseless and useless habit of carrying pistols on one's body for tho mistaken purpose of or protection. gets one Into trouble in nine It cases where it keeps one out of self-defens- e CROUP AND COUGH REMEDY Croup is a terrible d sease. it at tacks children so suddenly tliev are very apt to choke mil ss given tho proper remedy at once. '1 here is noting better in the world than King's Dr New DUcovery Lewis Chamberlain, of Mancnes ter, Ohio, writes about his children: ''Sometimes in severe attacks we were afiaid 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 Si 00 A bottle should be in evry home. At ull Druggists H. E.Bucklen & Co , Phil. St J H Rheumatism Bv W LUMBAGO. SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALdCBBA AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. OH ("HI For all form of Tho Boat Routed Go Where GO SOUTH THIS WINTER , AVAILABLE Ji Co-ic- e-is WINTER TOURIST FARES now grt Mount Vernon Monumental 0ST& Wg. VJWffwtfvjtr Uka It f&ClvH SSTOPTHEMInXV Quick R'l'l'JySF Swansoii Rheumatic Cur w. FOR SAMPLE TJItt ON MQUE8T Lk at.. cmcAao L CASTORIA Children Ory FLETCHERS P. H. Shutts. CURED Ob LIVER COM TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH PLAINT of nu INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW AND and "1 was suffering w th liver com ."LAND OF THE SKY." Monumonta-QGranite all plaint," rovh Iva omith ot Point TICKETS Off SALE DAILY. f Blank, ?exas, .. DBTItDM t'liui-- r . mid decided to AajT. 1.1 vii ATTPfl pTmn kinds. Estimates ""furnished ry a 25c box of Chambeilaii 's "'""""'"c OHHMJVER PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY Tablets, and am nppv o siv that on application. UNSURPASSED. f am completely cured ana can GEO. OWENS Propr uCluus consult any Ticket Agent or write ecommend them to every n . h if iun v. mnu, raiiengar ana k St, Lexington, Pono 112 For sale by all dealers. mm Manufacturers A rvav. mm - "i'i '" MJ-VEBNON ax. .- - -.ww: i NtMfMHH rtteKl' 4?. Uf jpp ' PWM ffct MfiK'Vdr. -- ..J L , SIGNAL Ky., Dec 26, 93 1 SmnllpoK reported "on Pitley Branch Good Warm gloves for the whole family at Fish,'s. Big bargains la dish's, today. ldr" 'if 4.V l- Miss Judith" McCall i. down The subject of d daqning factpry wutsSammmma Mt. Vernon should be pushed. from Mnrdtburg, spending a fowi days With her sisters, Mrs. J. J up "N01 79" wiion iyr Pocket electric flasi lights are The town levy has been placed Albright and Rals Wilmott. to Communis A jTJ much In evidence here. Most ants with BIQNAL at the same figure as last year, 50 Misses Eila Carson and Gerlrude has one orjare talking cents per $1. and one dollar for every-bodMartin have returned home from of Buying. v poll. Maryville, Tonn , where thev T-T'C. SL For Rbnt: Jan. ipt my con - l,ave beetrattondine school. Thev The open season has been diswMm creto store room on West Main. w,n bo here until after the Holi-G- . couraging to local coal miners, T. Johnson, daj s. 'Misses Minnie Hiatt aid is difficult to sell pro all their Doc- - t9'3t- Mt. Vernon oma Brown sjent tho day, Satur- louitvaii 4 naihviuc n n.co. duct. The Mtt Vernon Limo Co, will day, with Mr.mnd Mrs. A. M. TIME TABLE. Wo are informed that the shortly put their new kiln in coo.- -, Hiatt. J. W. Tate was in Louis are doing a Mand office 22 uorthi 4.59 p m walls of which has ville the latter part of last week. 24 nortn am business on the East side of the mission; the 3:53 Misses Mjittye Owens and Ola been built somo years,' but never 13 south n:l3 a ro county. F.ith were the guests ol Mrs. used. 21 South 12:19 am The new county officers-elec- t Daisy Hunt,, at Crab Orchard, first "Co operation," the motto of ot of the week Jas. Landrum, Agent. are getting every thing in readiClave Wilmott, of ness to take charge, one week from Commercial Club means much and Knoxville,'-TonPhone No. 8. , is spending a much has already been accom- few days with Mr. and Mrs. Rals yesterday. Entered Qt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pottoffice plished by putting into effect the Wilmott, thihweek. Mr. and Mrs man mailer. Noticr: To all who owe me, meaning of the word. m tteond-ciu- i j ' Allen Hiatt, of Quail, were in town please call and settle, as I want shopping. Monday. -- Mr. and Mrs. to balance my books for i9i3. PE11H0MAL "J. M " asks us to thank W. M. Poyntr S. D. Lewis. Mrs. Gus Staverson L C. Farns, of Staunton, III , are Guy Roberts was up from Gum for "a here with home folks during Frank Halcomb sold his proper- and Mrs. Mat Sulphur, Wednesday. ' hog killing time" on saiteaye, lier Xmas. Fnrtik Brooks, of Harlan, ty in the Sparks & Davis addition was here during the week Charles Tl.ompson is herefrom Mr$. to Harve Bowman. Mr. Halcomb melts, backbones, spare ribs, sojise spending Xmas. Louisville, presented by J. R. Ca.ss and Mrs Ratio Rob and head cheese, will move on a farm near Fine crts,'were the guests of Mr. and Miss Blanch Crawford is spend Hill. those good folks. Yum Yum. Mrs. L B. Hilton, in Sanford, with parents here. ing ho idays. One man came all the way from Tue-damember of J. Fish, the senior Mrs. Ida Barnes, of spend-th- e Edd Alien of Robinet s the well known firm of J. Fish & May field the other day "just to Covington, was the guest of Mi. holidays with Lloyd Chesnut. Son has been on the sick list a see Arlington," as heexpressed it, and Mrs. W'.''B. Rigsby, the first George Childress is hare from few days but 'n able to be out "because he had heard so much of tho week. On May 1, 1912, Hamilton, Ohio, for the holidays. again. about it " Let us continue to make the local post office was designated Miss Tanna Thompson is spendnoise enough that others will come a Postal Savings Depository, but Richardson-Car- r: Mr. Tom ing Christmas with 'relatives here. and stay with us. Arlington on'account of no business having Carr, a lumberman of Ford, Ky., Courier. Miss Minnie Gentry is at home and Mrs. been transacted, an order was re Ann Richardson, of g from E. K. S. N. School, snend-in- Paint Lick, oldest daughter, of Sinnce the organization ofou- ceived last Saturday revoking said Commercial Club) Mt. Vernon is order.' Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cass, Xmas. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stewart were of and it is and daughter Mrs. J. M. Roberts, Miss Rose Dolan visited hersis married at Winchester last Thurs- being much heard people are ' a live were in Louisville, Tuesday, doing that her A. Welch, here the day. ter, Mrs. It. bunch '' their Christmas shoppitig. Mr, first of the! week Bill McKenzie, a son of Allen and Mrs. F, L. Durham were with A few weeks ago we published a Mrs. W. G. McBee left yester- McKenzie, of .be Wildie section, day for Stanford, where she will while attempting to alight from a list of prizes offered 'the school her parents, Mr. iwd Mrs. J. F. courty, by Watson, during the week B, C hpend a week with parents. fast freight train near Conway, a children thruout the Woraau's'lClub of Mt. Vernon, Anderson, 'ohQarrurd county, was Miss Susie Thompson will leave few days since lell under the train the here lookingatorhis interests this "" - iiTTTiiriinnu next week for Louisville, for a and one foot wnj cut off. He is Having decided to make a slight week. Greenovings moved from It change in the list it now consists visit to Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson getting along very nicely. the Hiatt seedpn to the B.C. Andof the following: and Mrs. Jones Proctor of Mr. erson old homestead, near town. The North Carolina Good Roads Best set of six maps, including Richmond, are with Mr. aud Mrs. A play foJhe benefit of tho Association is using and sending political division and principal 6. B. Rasey during the b.ildays. ont stamps for use as stickers on cities. This set is limited to 7th Christian Cliujch, entitled '"Joe J. J. Hysinger, who has been envelopes and stationary, on and 8th grades, $l.oo; ' Best essav the Waif, or 'fjet of the Camp, ' suffering with Trhutiuiatism for which is printed: "Better roads in not less than 300 words and not Will be given January 10th., by weeks, is slowly improving. N. C. Lend a baud. Better farms more than 500, Boys are to write the members of the Hamiltonjau V3 are glad to see Uncle Joe Better homes. Better business, on the subject "Good Roads" and Society. Thiwill be one of the Roberts, wb6 has been Mck for Can best plays ever; presented by local The Directors' of tho Bank of gjrls op the. subject 'Girls 52?N5LEADmGl Feveral weeks, able to be out Best pro talent, and is sureA winner. It mug Club," 5o cents: Mt, Vernon, at the regular meetoguin. HOSV1E map Is lively from stajjjftt finish, aud ing hold Saturday bought of, Judge duct map of U. S...soc; Best Braeaaw, "j "j'ir ' of has mauy'slmig "punt?, one of AlisS'lPern Heavilo, of Ash- R. G. Wihidms his one halt inter? 6f Kectficityincludfiagtoutliiie '1 bis the most striking features being land, Ohio, is here, spending 0 few est in the building where the bank counties and County Seats. doyt. the guest of Mies Sadie has boon located all these years. is limited to the 5th and 6th grade, tne two black laces,. Aclonis and. Patsy. Don't forget the date. Richards. Jf 1 his building in made the perma 30c; Best set 01 letters, ousiness IMUIIIBBlMaiMW IMlyi Mil Mrs. Walter Robinsalter spend nent home, many improvements and social, one each, 5oc; Best six t'r Willmm F Linton, proprietor of Daniel Boond was in townTues PUBLIC SALE Best hand made Hoonh Way Oi'Kra House. Ing a two weeks visit with parents will be id a do, including data button holes, 50c; .1 saloon at 1332 West Broadway, (lay on his way The lower story of brick building to visit S E garment, showing seaming, fellind here, returned homo at Brodhead, furniture. Tho nndersigned administrator overcasting, $l.oo; Chandler' at Brodhoad. This is )f the estate of Nancy J. Hunt natrowly escaped doath lute Fri being erected by Friu Kreuger on hemming and Jat Friday. jji Fins Jack: Millard J. Bethur-ur- Best hand made household article not our old friend from Jaokson will at the residence of said Nancv day night, when ho was fired upon Main St. at railroad crossing will L. Rayh and family ,will leave J. by a negro after the latter had held bought of W. C. Wells, of county but a son of V. R. Boone Hunt near Maretburg, Ky., on him up and demanded the money bo cnlhul by the above name aud next Sunday for Harrison, Ark., Kirklin, Ind , a fine thoro bred (wood) 5oc. used by our ldcaj man Geo. Owens of near Cedarville, this county. the 3rd day of January i9i4 offor where they expect to make their Jack, which was shipped in by ex We publish two days early this and a three times great nephew of for sale, at public outcry, to tho in the cash drawer The negro as a moving picture theater. The fnturehotne. . entered tho taloon at 10:30 o'clock press last week. This jack is i5 week in order that the office force Daniel Boone, on i of the original highest and best bidders, the fol- when a number of men wore pres front and interior is being finisht Mrs. T. D. Mullins and children hands, weighs looo pounds, heavy may have a few days well earned up in a manner suitable explorers o,thdark- - and bloody for that will leave Friday, to speud a few build, good bone anc' musle, long rest. Beginning next Monday" ground. Mr. Boone will be pres lowing personal ptaperty: eut, and bought U(bottIo of whisky. and theatrical performances. One span of work mules, about He remarked that he Rovy ears, well made body days with her brother, was almost and fine J we expect to enter our work for ent at the dedication of Hotel With Hotel Booneway, the Sut7 years old, Mowing machine, haj frozen, having just year with renewed interest at Dudley. Mulhns gotten off a ton & McBee building, the Miller lead and neclr. rue color is iron next Boone Way here on February rake, plows, one road wagon, iix .1. train from Nashville Lloyd Ches'nut finished his gray. This jack will make the sea and enorts 10 give ine people me 22Ud building, the Hooue Way Opera head of hogs, five head of sheep, An hour later the negro returned sdlool last Friday and is now at son ot roi4 in Rockcastle and we best of every thing in our line. past eighteen bushels of corn in crib, 1 stable and asked that the bottle be refill- house, all within So home. He willonter E. K. S. N are indeed glad Mr. Bethurum has At this time we wish to express months indicate that Mt. Veinon of hay. and one staud of bees. A TEXAS WONDER. our thanks to those who have holidays. ed. As the proprietor turned the is "sure going some." The new School after decided to bring such n fine animal Terms ol sale on all amounts of negro leveled a revolver at him giveu us your patronage and re The Texas Wonder cures kidney of Miss Mamie Oatts is here from to this county. in hand and demanded that ho throw up house will prove quite au addition 5 and under cash spectfully ask a continuance fov and bludr'er troubles, removing E. K. S. N. School, sponding holito our town and the proprietors Telephone rates in Rockcastle on all amounts in excess of $5. note days with her grandparonts, Dr. are lowor than anvwbero in the t)e year of I9H, which we hope grauel, oures c'iabets, weak and from purchaser with opproved se- his bauds aud give him access to propose to haven first clais show to make better than the good year all irregularities the cash drawer. In reply Linton of the kidneys curity, be un every night in the and Mrs. W.T. Francis. state and the local company having duo in six months with 6 hurled the bottle at the negro. It place to I9'3e men and in boty women. week except Sunday and will be ard merged with tl e various system Misses Sadie Richards and percent interest Wo hope to hear from our cor- Regulates struck him squrely between the run days on specnl occasions. bladdrtr troubles in Landrum are here from E K. and adding improvements make it J W. Paiisons, oyes, respondents regularly each week, children. If hot Sbld by your ecovering his balance the For ears moving pictures have S. N. School, spending Curismas imperative that rates will have to Deccomber i7 19I3 Admr. negro fired point blank at Linton's with a good newsy lettor. d uggist, will he sent by mail on been growing into the life and afholidays with homo folks. be raised same as to equalize exwent wild and fections of childhood, head, but the ball There are people who want to receipt of $t 00. One small bottle manhood Mrs. Martha Brou, of the penses and income. Ou Jan. 1st struck' h large plate mirror, shatter- and womanhood hear from every locality in the in two months treatment, nd se in America. Tho Freedom section, suffered a stroke the exchange rates at Livingstnu, county each week, and in order FOR FLETCHER'S ing it. dom tails to perfect a cure Send wouderful pictures have been the of paralysis, Monday, in her left Mt. Vernon and Brodhead will be to give this news thru the columns As ifhiton emerged from behind marvel and delight of youug eyes I testimonials from his and other 25 residence and $2. for busiarm and leg. She is better. of the Signal wo must depend up- states. tho bar, alter obtaining his own and old. Dr. 13 W. Hall, 2926 They have fascinated, Ballard and his ness houses and offices. Rates on on our correspondents to furnish J. Bennett weapon, the negro escaped. The entertained and educated millions O'ive street, St; Louis', Mo. Sold, friend Win laphoru of Coving- country phonos probably be $1 25 the greater part of the" news. police were given his desctiption of people, as nothiug . ' by Druggist. hasever dono except at toll stations etc. . COURIER-JOURNA- L ton, spent part of last week hunt. Sunday's To one and all, we wish-yoa it before. ing wild turkies in the Eastern part Mr. Linton is a brother-in-laAb Ballinger was shot at a box Merry Xmas and Happy New Tile whole world lives and of the county. ol R. A Welch of this place, and breathes on the supper at Johnetla, Saturday Year. FOR FLETCHER'S dim, and the was a ciu?en of Mt. Vernan some whole world is thrilled and Fred Mullins, the clever Mul- night. As to who did the shootThe Editor. I amazed ago and ran a barber 27 years merchant and all ing is a question, yet Dave Clark lins Station by what is seen. The child who DECEMBER1 JANUARY shop. he moved to LouisLater n. around good fellow, is spending and Bogue Laswell are held, chargblocks frcm ville and was with tho Louisville has never been ten holidays with relatives at Rtd ed with the shooting. They will FEBRUARY the Tin and .Stove Company some home, now sees tho elephant in his have their oxamining trial to day. Fork, Oklahoma. years. He has grown wealthy in native junele, the Japanese dragI JW The SIGNAL 4' There were a number of shots the If alls City. ging his rickshaw, or the King of has made a special arrangement . LOCAL exchanged, yet from tho reports Kugland chatting with the Czar of whereby the Daily, Courier Joum- Ss given us there seoms to be but all the Russian I '.,1 A careless person Mid his money I,.. r......l. .1' i;ii; .. n !.. un tu tun ug evidence if any, that Bogue The marvelous Photo Plns is soon parted; not so with a worn-u- little Tor Infants and Children. $3.oo, mx, months $1 75, by mail Laswell did the shooting, as he had Pow-d- et bring the greatest artists to delight and a telephone. (fmiidayjiot included) to all per The Kind You Have Always Bought a shotgun and Ballinger was shot those who desire to an evensolis wjio" "will give thoir orders to Statistics show that in 17 moun- with a pistol. As to Clark, we are Boars ing ol real pleasure for five or ten but .53 informed that he did not oven fire us dining the mouths named Signaturo tain counties there are All this tight here at cents. above Better still, you can have foreign born persons residing there- a shot of any kind, but instead was home. Courier-Journthe Daily and in. in tho house helping arrange the CALIFORNIA WOMIJN THIS PAPJXR one year each at the time Ballinger was IOUSLY tresspass- boxes, All parties guilty of to have been shot. my property in any way. supposed "A short time ago I contracted ing upon rOff FLCYl;HER'S shooting was done in the sttled on my After February 28, 1914, the severe cold which to the full ex- Since the will be prosecuted I dark and there were more than one n great deal Lugs and caused me l prjee of the D.uly tent of the law. of annoyance. I would have bad or two shooting, it is doubtful a!ouoihS6oo a year. Take ad coughing spells and my lungs Dec. iq tf. Rufrrt Mbnifeh. if it will over be known who did vantage of this special Bargain woivsoi'ennd inflamed I began to u Q & & 3 N Offer at once and reduce the high be senoush alarmed Notice: All persons holding fire the shots which struck BallinA friend ger. Clark and Laswell came into b o r Iain's r- - iT"wTfnrW-T,-"- rrecommended C h a claims agi inst the estate of Nancv cost of living. PnrnTflTiT Itni Vi "n One application soothes and lieali a rouah .7. Huntwill present to me for town Monday and surrendered, To got the advantage of this cut Cough Remedy, .sijing she hud LnuiLJiyBmii.iuu,vvucuicucaicu.uuu.KiYCHCt:ii it for years f bought a a cure. Fczema.krvsiDelas. letter. Ulcer and payment. Also all persons owe and gaveJbond for theirappearance rate, orders must be tout us, not used alt skin dilates yield to its curattve properties hmtluaiid it relieved my cough SOc a box. of Nancy J. Hunt to day. Ballinger who is in the ing the estate to tho Courier Jourinl IImIiU hunk tit lauipl the first night, and inn week I a Fd4 tutJOHNSTON.aui At all Drusatftts.tfekut; hospital at Richmond is said to be ' HOLLOWAY & CO.. nvill call and settle same at once. was rid of t lie cold and .soieness 1730 Spring Oarden St., PhlU., Pj verynictly, although of .i lung's,'' writes Miss Marie John Parsons, he was shot twice through' the abGorlH-r- , FOR FLETCHER'S s.uvtelle, Cul Sold by l Admr. Dec. domen, all dialers. 'MTk VEIINON, i Overcoats' at T.11'' A"' "iwrfiafcao nMt' ta llHOUllKAl). "TP VHMii7iIi niKSSStl 3a. .(l tvfltiiUHmiMn&iaiHWi j 79 wn y J!9kswi3 boot-legge- is WISH YOU t n Jt-de- e AND A nappy New Year We Stand By What You Buy." sev-dr- ul THE OF GOOD CLOTHES ( IJ Ml II II tip-t- o ' n ...... ... 1 Ber-nic- - 1 in Children Cry C ASTO R A DAILY , n Courier-Journal- Children Cry CAS TLQ R A AT HALF.PFCE T&ee no substitute iiHiii-.ui.-- u jL-a- r n fat Royal Baking fo making the best cake, Msctt&t and pastty Royal" is Absolutely Piiie and tie only baking powdet CASTOR A oi(X al SER-ALARME- For Only $3.50 Courier-Journa- Children Ory OASTOR ' A gape cream made item Royal 11 111 i kn-- V iattat j ChJdron Cry l9-3- t. 1 CASTO Rl A ni:): I i&j r . -- . rfli j - f"T .- - w- - miMw nwiniinwnnniMwuMBimnftliwiiiiiiii '3rJg3&gb, i,nrnifT'H:7r-r-:l;m i, Iggj IJU ygg tSSkJ . i-o- rr UN Mitt : iiiri in. in iS2S.-' WTMSiicfi - li. ..j..i,."jvr.i : I igwc IfllBtaVO 8,000' rfailero. Here, are seyeral reasons why I tea&J J -- Chief Events nf the Past Twelve SHORT History of (lths.1 BECAUSE- - Quality considered, his price can't be beaten. There are no delays: customers WEUAUSti receive prompt attention . BECAUSE-Thin- gs DILY iRfGORO. the tyorld-Parqrapi- Told In and 'vu'i Mexico: The deposed 'president of and Sua rex, were. Hilled In a myVtrrluiu Imiii ier wlilU under' guard by revolution lets. 27. Sporting: Alfredo De Oro. the pou champion, defeated Thomas lluetuti challenger for the world's' chumpnm ship, by a score'of idO to 167 M. Fire: The burning of the Dewey hmi-- . Omaha,, caused a heavy loss of life MARCH. L Shipwreck: British steamer Cnlvndi foundered In the sea of Marmora i lives lost Flra: Loss of ftOO.000 at Agentii, Ku by 'the burning of the Qulf Ie5ilco.-HuderCompn-company'- TdUVo:'loWJ.6oo,Wo. 21 Obituary: T Ho. Nu La, tltulai em prets" Uowagor bt Chlnnr at Pekliik , aged . Flrb: Over insoepeptd Mcsibanipresidedu Hilled py the ravtilbtlontsts. btt)lhr war ir. ol AVldllom OOtnlHgU ttoulllo, Cubah avl ritor, flew. from KeyWest to Havana, buildings' were burned Winning we got at Cliaft.O. Davis' THE 4. Store aro all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placejas tho rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store; every deal is strictly confidential. BECAUSE Chits. C. Davis is novel grouchy if you don't buy. YEAR'S Aflralm', BITDARY, ROLL Political: Wood row Wilson Inaugurati-athe 2Sthr president bt thf. (. Historical:, plant Disaster .at Seal German torpedo Uk. 'destroVei; sunk Jri collision ul Helgoland and' 71 of (fie. crew cr'lhr ,S-1J- 8 s Political Sporting, Pcr-Mim- i 'ol autl MlBCf llmipous Iteiits by' Accidents, Pruiu-rt- j htfe uud s 8hlpwreck!, Storms .ami A Cb'ronolouloul llcvlew. Coiidu-griitlou- loi J Try Him. IPhone 9. Holiday Gifts of Silverware Silver is the Gist ihoueht when considering rifts No more for anv season or occasion. craceful compliment cart be extended than an offering of rich silver elegant in design, perfect in taste and in the newest shapes. IM7 ROGERS is BROS. the mark which represents the highest perfeo lion in silver plate. With this imprint on every article, you can buy "Sitecr Plate that Wears" as safely as an expert This stamp also guar antees that each piece is perfect in artistic design and finish. Sold by leading detlni ewnr. where. Send (or catalogue "CL, showing all designs. . INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., Successor to Utriacn Brttknnla Co. MERIDEN, CONN. of Niisiivil o, Teni.,js la nod the w rid over 7. for tier wonder ally delicious sfamen'l'rowndr Years in Use For Over Hpoitlng: Alfredo Da Oio, champion cakes. They aro shipped to al t oolwt ibllllaid plujertof ,the "World; THI CKNTAUR COMPANY. UW VOWK CITV. . Fire: At Yokohama; loss of 7JOO,0UO. piuts of theglobe for special af saved hla title by'defeatlng Jsmea Ala If. "Obituary: Dr. J. 8. BllllhRS, Federal turo In New VorW fairs Where the best of cakes ar war' author and 'librarian. In ty burning of a 12. Flie: Los.4 of l.'.OoO.ooo "New York city; aged 74. cold storage plant1 at CalKufy. iomando'l. 11 'Storm: Klectrlcal tornado swept ovei com17. Potltlcut: Th Urltlsh house of Mrs. Wilson has the distinctioi tha lower southern and southwesterly pusted the''Irlsh 'home rule bill mons States'; 100 deaths.' by a majority of I10. tlaymond Poln f baking Christmas cake for ih 14. Fire: PUnt of the Elralra Telegram core, prlrrie minister 'of Terence, was. losstXO.OOa Presidents, in which she use Cal elected president "Of therepiibllt 15. Htorm: A blizzard raged from IlttnoU Obituary: Dr. Tliadfleua B. (i LbWe." aeroutnet Baking Powder. tohe Dakotas. naut and InventiV, st Pasadena, Cat.; aged SL V. Prehtlss ;alley. editor, II. Greece:' King George assassinated al SIMON PUFIE. DURABLE.: HONEST. She states: ' "BalonlkL connected with the tltlca Observer for Storm: t. ravaged-'th- Ullxzard and cyclonic storm "To hive complete success, with OUR FACTORY-TO-USE- R years, ut Utlcn? agitl fit. dm-BTA- r "it-k'B'-B i central'and sbutnwestern If. Obituary: Mrs. Julia C. ft Dorr, poet tatca, 'destroying over 100, lives and no faihi'os, care should be used in aged (7. ' and author, at Rutland.-VLPRICES property 'valued at several' million dol- the selection of Baking Powder." iflhlpwreck: llvcs'lost Iri the wrecklnn lars. of lbs passenger llotr' Veronese off complimented with Cautne'-- 's Greece: King Constantlne ascended' the Portugal. LOOK! ' - ' Uirone. the following testimonial from her: & Personal: Helen Gould, the philanthroHhepard In U. Obltuar1?: Frank a Black, pist, 'married to f Inley J Per OaU "Soma lityl time aj,o I made a SILVER SEAL Of New. York and noted Oawyef,: In Now 'York. S to 10 Gallons.. 75c cireiul study and investigation of BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. Troyi Mgfd 60 Naval: The Drsr.lllnn o5C tf Bbl. (25Kls.) ... largest and most- - powerful battleship 23. Sltfrm'i Cyclone killed IS outright at the baking p wder subject and I Elfiht Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. 60c Barrel lots (50 gals.) Trre' Haute and Injured over 200, many f el fully' upaid, lam firmly afloAt, was launched at Newca'stle-"6mortally. Over. killed' In Omuha. Tyn'e, Knuland T RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. Where 1,209 houses were burned ' oi convinced from the results t have U. Political: Naxlm PaKha. commander of wrecked. Many Nebraska towns smi- received that there is no baking BROWN and ORKEN BLACK the Turkish .army? killed In a political PerOal. Per Oah t tten. uprising which" overthrew the 40c 5 to 10 Gallon 50c owdo to equal Calumet foi S to 10 Gallonst 21 Obituary- - Field Marshal Viscount Gar 35c 45c Bbl. (25 Bbl. (25 gals.) ..net Joeeph Wolseley, famous British holcsomeiu'ss and economy, and Barrel lots gals.) "Balkan War: Turkish batteries de- -30c Barrel lots (50 gals.) 40c (50 gall.) soldier, at Menlone, France, ugrd fendlhg Constantinople opened fire upon I also recommend Calumet Baking 28. Flood: Waters reached their height In , the Bulgarians. SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc powder for it s never failing re and Pure Linseed OIL Oliloj C0 Dyes lost, and estlmatt-W. Shipwreck;, The tier roan bark i'anganl less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to yon Mrs. B. Wil-o- JANUARY. Parcel Post: Parcal post service beaatv Sporting: Al Puller was Jefeatrd in the slghtecntb round In u cOhtost ror' irm heavywsUiht belt with l.utlui whit McCarty at Los 'Angeles. Ca). 1 Obituary: Oon. "K. M. Lee.- - civil wai of Wyoniiiiw veteran and territory; aued 75. X. Btorm: and rain storm Violent wind worked destruction In sectl6hs of ths " United States Obituary: Jnmes li, Keeno, noted .financier and lurtinan, In 'New Vorkj aued 75. Jeff Davis, United States senator from Arkansas and former governor. st Little Hock; aged H. t. Obituary: Lewis 'Swift, noted astrono rasr, yt JJwrnthon. N. Y.i'uged W 7, Bhlpwrsok. Thu stenmer Itosecrani. was' wrecked on Peacock Spit. 'Oie ! 11 L -p- Balkan Wur: The Greeks captured Jn .( nlna rrom. the "Turks.' securing .prlioners. Political: The senqte contlrm'rd Prem .dent Wilton's cabinet nominations a .follows: State, William J". Urynn-o- '' Nebraska; treasury, 'William Gibbi McAdoo of New York; 'war, Llndle) Murray Garrison of torney general, James Clark McReyn olds of Tennessee; postmaster; genera. navy Albert Sidney Uurlesonof-Texos- ; Josephus Daniels of North Carolina ' Interior, Franklin Knight Lane of Ca) Ifornla; agriculture, Dayld Frankllt Houston of Mltaburl; commerce, Wl Ham Cox Rodllrld of New York';' labot 'William Bauchop Wilson of- - Pennsvl "vanla. Sporting: 'McDonald scored a new worlil'r record by hurling the 24 pound shot 2! feet and 8?i' Inches In ' New"' York Klvlat made u new world's record b running 1,000 yards In 1 rhlnutes li 'flour Erie, Pa. The ship .whit" Commodore I'erry used ' In his vlcti. rlbus battle on Lake Kria In'IMI. wu raised from the bottom of the Ink t Niagara, Unlti-Stale- Panama Cannl: The waters of tho Pa Clllc ocenri were admitted to the cnnal by explosion In a retaining dike near Mlrallorrs Unpolitical:"' Governor lllram Johnson slKticd'the California alien land bill JX Obituary;1 H. M. I'lugler. capltullst and railway magnate, at West Palm Urai-h- , Flu ; aged ill Cuba: Gen- Mario G. Menncal was Inaugurated president of' the Cubun republic ' 21 Centenuryi The 100th anniversary of the birth nf Richard Wagner, the mas. composer, celebrated throughout ter Germany l . U. Accident: 34 people killed and many Injured by the collapse of a pier at Long Beach, Cal. Sporting: Jerome D. Travers won the metropolitan amateur golf championship in New York, defeating A. F " Kammer. Peraonul: Princess Victoria Lutse ol Prussia ahd Prince Earnest Augustus of Cumberland married In Berlin 28. Ship Disaster: 40 persona. killed by the destruction of the steamer' Nevada by Turkish mines In. the culf of Smyrna. Obituary: pen. James, eat on Daker. civil war 'soldier, editor and historian at MankatO. Minn.; aged 81 27. Convention: United' Confederate Veterans met at Chuttan6oga. 21 Personal: .Bennett H. Young elected commander In chief of the United Con federato Veterans. Obituary: tard Avebury (Sir John Lub bock), distinguished British scholar and author; In London; aged '79. 80. Balkan War: Treaty of peace between Turkey arid the Balkan' allies signed at London To tbe Maine Heroes: National monument to commemorate the martyrdom of the craw of the battleship Maine unveiled hv New York. U. Sporting: ,hlsk Broom IL won the Metropolitan at 'Belmont Park, N. Y., where racing was resumed after three years' suspension. 1 1 !. a 210.000 prlr.o. Nvxv'Cx ChSBdren Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bonght, nnd which lias been in uso for over 80 years, has borno tho sliriiaturo oC ana lias been inatlo uiiucr His per- yrp.jfz. sonal supervision sinco its Infancy. &CCUM Allow no ono to dccclvo you in this. aro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo"Experiments that trifle, with and. endanger tho. health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment d" lxxxcNKcc!Ccsccs!cccc goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its, ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms' and allays Fcvcrlshncss. For more than thirty years it lias heen in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend CASTOR What is substitute for Castor I AParea harmless Castorla Is Oil, GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of S-&CC-tiM ALWAYS t s,IofL from AUTHORITY i; i Contfitued Next VVeel! high In New York, .Explosion; About 30 men killed und Injured by explosion of tiynamtte In transit on the steamship 'Alum Chin. In Baltimore harbor, Veil-ran- iafZ The ' Kind You Have Always Bought 30 , AlU-rta- . . SILVER SEAL PAINTS h7ttW; LISTEN! JgmSOSSBr'9r CO ; IUU CAQ JVXO STOP! n' 00- govern-men- . SO. t, prop-ef- y sunW'ln a collision In the UnglUU chan- ncl aild Sf of licr crew drowned. Ml rotlttcal: The T)rltln house of lords rejected' the ' Irish homo rule bill by a 27, loss abovo '(C00.0C0.tUJ Ux fan jxar; iurs surrennerea Aari- s T (- 4llllS , " COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT And For Three Summers Mrs. Yin cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. believe I wouV have died taken it. If 1 hadn't After I begar taking jCardiii, I was greatly helped, tail all three bottles relieved me entirety. 1 fattened up, and grew, so much Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for stronger In thrte monthsj I felt like three summers," writes Mrs. Walter person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. I had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any of my housework. I also had dreadful pains In my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly in a dreadful state of health, when 1 finally decided to fry Cordul. the woman's tonic, and I firmly aj to Ba , FEBRUARY. Obituary: Or.v 'Tiieodor von. Holleben. noted Oarman diplomat? In flerllnt aged 71 Balkan War: The Bulgarian artillery resumed bombardment of Adrlanople or elplfatlon of the peace truce. 1 Constitutional Amendment: The 1CU amendment to the United States suthorUliia an Income Wiwai approved by Delaware, Wyoming and of. the states New Mexico; three-fourthairing' Indorsed 11, (he 'amendment became law. S. Sporting: Wllllo Hoppe retained his 13.71 balk line.'billiard championship by def saUna Qeorgo Sutton In a title matct In NeW'York; Mnal count 600 to SOL attaoked Turk ish forts at aalllpoll. On the Dsrda-n!!.voto-i- f t xon-sltutl- a V s, Sporting: JUannes IColehmatnen made a by running new world's Indoor-recort miles In 24 rotnutea 48 seconds in New York. Cardul is purHy vegetable and gentle-actin- g. Its ingftdlents have arruld'ioriic effect, on the wwnanly constitution; Cardul makes for increased strength, Improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, awl helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardul has helped more than a million weak women, during the past '50 'years. It will surely 6o for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardul today. Writ to: Chittiaewi Medlttna Co.. UiUi' Adttructiont on Voutcate and Treatment (or WOBuaw" visory Dtpt., ChitUaocji, Ttpn., (or Sptcial Yre M-- "at la plain book. "Horn wrapper. .. J-- tf yn.nwnrfga -- .iwir..ia L iiw.w..p.yyN1 TTiiJi'fctii ftf IllM (l UDBRTAKB Our lino of Couch Caskets is unexcelled toffinsfurnisue'd Hearse sen, to all,parts of Ilnnd-made Obituary: John Qeorgo Brown, noted painter of street boys, died In New ; aged'SL . Mexico: Revolution In Mexico, beaded by Col. Fsllx Diss, besieged President Madera 'In' his palnce -- Tlie revolutionist leader Oen. Bernardo Reyes killed' In battle. 10, South Pole: News of tbe disaster to Copt R. F. Scott's antarctic .ExpediZealand; tion was cabled from Nw the south pole wns reached Mirch'-O- . 1S12, atid'subsKioently Scott and four of his companions perished In a bl li ra rd. Mexico: A truce reigned between Madera's government and the ''Mexican revolutionists. Strlko rtlot In a coal strike riot near MucklOw, 'W, Va., 12 strlkors and'4 mine' police were killed and 20 persons , Injured. U. Mmftot' The Mexican revolutionists ,and goVefp'ment.forccs bombarded each roslttbns" with heavy 'artillery IS. Bportlng: Hnnnes Kolehmalnen, the - Finnish runner'tnade-a- r new1. World's 6 mile record by going the distance In 24 seconds In New York. minutes 23 MexfcS: IMexfcan forces continued artil-"- " lery:flrlng In tho streets of 'the City ol Mexico. -- The revolution gained fresh 'ndhtrcnts. ' ld'Obltuaryt Charles Major, , author ol many, .popular novels of old English' ' "llfe.'tnclu'ding "When Knighthood W$w ' aged 67 In Flower," U, Uxjco:.B"lghtlnH continual In the City pf Mexico '.aovernment troops revetted. Madero agreed torealgn the ' S. York-city-prrsl-Aney- .' ." defeases of Constantinople. 2L Ofittuary: John Morgan, cap IttUlst, In Hbme, hkvI til ' APRIUL Pcrson'tfl: W. IL Tafl took up' his duties as professor at Yale university. 8. Convention: International congress of historical studies convened In London Suffragettes: Emmellne Pankhurst sentenced to S yours Imprisonment In Lom'uii for suffragette outrages It Polltlcaf.' President Wilson read a message before congress In Joint session. , reviving 'a custom abandoned In 180L Is. Sporting: Major baseball leagues opened the season of 1911 1Z, Obituary: John B. Henderson, formct United States senator' and author of the Ulh amendment to the constitution. In WutMi.Ton: 'aged f 7 killed In a colliII sion on t e Vermont Central' near St Lambert, Canada. 14. Strike: 200.000 Belgian workmen went on a strike for equal'suffrage. Personal: Illness of Pope Plus changed for the worse. Obituary':1 Carl Hagenbeck, noted animal collector and showman, near Hamburg. Germany! aged Convention: 'Congress of the Daughters 'of the American Revolution opened In Washington It personal: Funeral of John Plerpont Morgan' 'held In New York city. Convention:. National Council of Women , met In Washington. 17 Aviation Disaster: The French military balloon Zodiac burst at a height -050 feet at Franco; t 4 , ofllcers and a pilot killed Personal: Crisis In the Illness of Pope Plus: death seemed Imminent 18. Personal.- - Mrs William Cummins Sto ry elected president general of tha Daughters of the Amerlcnh Revolution". 21 Balkan War: The Turkish fortress of Scutari captured by Montenegrins. Mining Dlsanter: 120 coal miners killed by explosion In the Cincinnati mlno ol Courtney, Pa. Dickens Reminder: lira. Mary Ann Cooper, original of Dickons' "Little Dor-fitdied In London In her 100th year a. strike: Tho Industrial strike In for equal suffrage l ended; loss caused by the strike estimated at Railroad-Acciden9.- miv .v uiiiiia 'ivw iiriftunvrii. iiiru irvcpa w in iurnisn lines at me ' v.naiai-fa- , Calumet ajso received the High- Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shlnglo Stains, Etc. st "A'waids at the World's Pur Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriago Paints, Enamels, Hood exposition, Chicago: Grand Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell u WRITE tid Gold Medal, Paris Exposition, your needs and wo will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. 10ft This will, without a doubt, prove MFG. CO. interesting aod Very gratifviug to Incorporated. to tbe friend and customers of Cilumot Baking Powder. It has alwa s been 'found that Calumet L economical to use. Cost 25$ laat twice os long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to you. KENTUCKY PAINT aSSfT'S: ANNOUNCEMENT tf Nolsy-le-Omn- a a ," iver oft'erod in Roukcnstlo county. My stock of goods is new, uul 1 am not going to let tlioni get old by, holding for high prices. Come now nnd share in the Bargains. Here are a t'ew pri es so as to give you an idea as to how things are going Shoes at the lowest prices good ALICO. nil shades' per yd 5c leather can be sold at-- . 3est POPLIN goods, regular price 20c & 25c per yd, now GR0CERIES- -I carry a full lino per yd 15c going at, and I defy competition. lest GINGHAMS made, If you fail to come to ray store per yd 9Jc you are going to miss bargains. free. F J. CHFNEY&CO., Props., I also 'haven nice lot of PANTS, I do not carry any bankrupt stock Toledo, O. 'Sold by Druggists, and price;? you never heard of nor burn. out goods. My goods price 7c. Taka Hall's Family before. are new and clean. Also remem Pills for constipation. SHOES I carry in stockthe Km 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. pre-vcriI al disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one ol the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular on It is composed of the best tonic know n, combined with the best blood purifiers, actiug di rectly on the mucous sur'acey. Tile perfect combination oi the two trgredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimon'als, Catarrh is a blood or constitution CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED , as they can with local ot reach the seat of the disease. rpplk-ations- PINE HILL'S NEW STORE is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest BARGAINS Bel-glu- , MAY. ' Mpsgaj jgsiV U was as 'e sra g 1 1 11 1 n iH W. L. Overbay, W. A. CROMER, Pl$iu8iLL Manager. 1 Shipwreck: The steamer Concordia collided with' a bridge pier at 'the mouth of Tennas fiver. "La.dfownlng 26 peo- - Ple. ; ho County ' ' All orders by Wire Promptly.Filled Obituary: Oen Ptewart L. Woodrord, soldlfr nnd"dlplomnt,'ln New Vork city: ,R Klvlat mode a new record In New York: minutes IS seconds I tlnie 11 BulWari Vnr.'' Flo'r'ce'atrack df Montenegrin' troops on ..the Turks fL Scutari t was sutTrssrur, wnn loss to me asseu IS. aged Sporting: A 4 W. A. COX,! Phone 94-S mile , fUnnlnfi 6 China: President Wilson recognised the' - ; Chinese republic. 4. SportlngiWllUo'KolerirnaInen won the professional 16 mllo race In New York; tlm 1 hour 20 minutes II seconds. &. Fire: Loss of 11.000,000 In tha plant of the American Fertilizer company at CoriventJon:Congress of American sur- physlclans'lp Washington, Convention: .'Congress. of , Army met In Philadelphia. 1 Convention: National Association For tho Btudy" und' Prevention of Tuberculosis mt In .Wnshln'gton.-- Polltlcal: Ttie Underwood tariff bill pass- ,., edthe house of representatives by ""a Buffalo.'. .HHJaaajW"JLaVLBWglf 'aW JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON. ;JCY J! $3C&y&.$D&&Z 3(C&G&3 Obtiunry: Joaquin Miller, the'"poet of ;tbev Blerr'aa.'U ti '('the' Pledmdnt hills. California; axed XL UVObttUa'ryf Qui. 'George Washington Cu'stts Le,' eldest, bon.of the late Un .Robert ft. Lea, nt RavenswoYth. Vs.; 17. antso((7.G00 ' - Bon.nd I. "t Beautify 1 Your Home Selz Shoes THE it ROYAL m SELLS ,. With am -- dgiM f' 8a-.- - - S rup-leathers Mexico; President Madero office one-o- after 'arrest -- - "" r"" Political: 'arm'aasUrrledthe presidency' Huerta, "by Gen Ulanquet. his omrfom,' Oen vVlcterlaao ' resigned . 4. Vote "of his pommajiiler ,of the national Raymond 'Jolncaro "was president of France! TT.tornado.st .Omaha. Obituary; "BUly" Arlington, the old v'Ume. negro minstrel, died at Los Angeles; aged 71 IT. Mining Disaster: Firedamp explosion killed 16 mlhers at JBelle Valley, O ; Storm:' sn'ld 14 139 'killed and " - E GEE i BLUE 91 ism 20 Injured by a 4 Padded, Sewed and new Stir rps and Stir-- J at a reasonable price i Men's Saddles, newr $4.00 and: up Ladies' Saddles, new, $5.00and up .".. . Old Main Street back of Court House. "1 W. T. DAVIS ..- rxpcyc&yej & - XDJCPCgrPe t A.'proinfnent'New York physi cian says.-- If it were not for the thin stockingsand thin soled sooes PIT'HIB comes pKE GEE wotn by. women tha doctors would In 11 Natural Wood colors. Wherj .UWhoii fatbor was sick' about probably bankrupt." White, Gold end SUver'EnameL iTlVis aS he read. and fodver- - vBt:contrctaclold dQ.not wait or AU sixes. Try It tods tisement of ChambQrIairi'sTablets i to develope into, pneumonia but OhHtabeilain's iu biic papers iinub nt nis. case. t'X treat it. at on.ee. CO. actly," writes Miss Margaret Cough R'erned y" is'lntended espeLOUISVILLE, KY. Campbeltof Ft. Smith: Ark? He cially for coughs and coldd, and 5Unufflurcr purchased a box of them and he has won a wide reputation by its My cures ot these disaases. has not1 hcfon .sick since It is 5 ,6isterbad-?storaactrouble and most effectual and is pleasant and fca'T'also" benefitted- v' (hamM I saretotnko. For sale.bV'all dealt4' LLt Wl .' irf ,!.- hv tv M 9W TO BAlyKRUPT THE case'exacti; matter how badly scratched your your floors doors, bow or furniture,-yo- u can cssily rertor them to former besuty and brightness' with a coat of Pea Cee The cost is small, the results are greet time-wor- n' MO m$J F you' need a good pair of shoes it is to vour interest to examine the Seb line before you buy. 'JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. jv PEASLEE-GAULUER- T U. G. BAKER FURS AND HIDES HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission.. Writ lor price lilt mentlonlRg this ad. v 9KCdi BLLVTaBfe 1 rT; wi-wi- e irwraeum: - T JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE,. JKatabUthed 1837 lers.