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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914010201 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 1914 $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. Published Every Friday, VOLUME-xxvir. iMMiiiMM, Established..' 1887 MT. VERNON, WHERE SOME ARE By TO-DA- ROCKCASTIE COUNTS, KT., FRIDAY' JANUARY OP ROCK railroad presidenChicago. Chas. Parsons,. teleraplilrig on K. 0. CITIZENS Robert H. MJHw druggist, Knov- Y ville, Tenn. i 2, 19l NUMBER 14 CASTLES r M." Shirley Tate Druggist, 'J. : . Swett-water.Ten- Mr. Shape that Lasts as Long as Your Clothes , '1 1 ' 1 -. Jones Fisu Jr., Lcs spent Xnaas'w thker"parents, Mr. Angeles, California, Charles and Mrs. H.. L jjrarpat Junction R. R. Conductor, Wirt City .Bob 0 wmM SSlem, Ind.; Hnderson, slow, Arizona, Georgo Childress, spent Jast weeltiwitfehis mother, Aunt place, with American Canning Coaipm Hamilton, 0., W. C. ,Khby. Eu- and other,. relaMyiSg.rriE' B New-lan. was gene Taylor. Lou Hansel, and Jiipolains, Mendel Mullins, Columbus, Ohio, Tenn , and .spefltXufas, with home Misij 'KtiB fpCall nnd receiving instructions for soldier- folks. ing iu Uncle Sam's army, M. C. brother, of FriVnk'llnTenn., spent Milier, telegraphing, Oakdale, last week witlflfrekliyes Cassw-spendloa few Tenn., Scott Miller, Automobile "days with Lv B. business, Verailles, Ky., Miller McCoy, Honolula, Hawaai (or .&:Rfg"fbysi)ent Sandwich Jslnnd) in U. S army, Mr., and Mrs. John' Ronner Jr., farming Mc- - Xmas with her (faftrfenfs, Mr, and Allen Lewis," Mrs.,J. H. Risfe'pi.,Preache'rs-vllle- . Alister, N. 'M., Dr. GeorM-Frltranching, Glade Parle, Colo., Dr. was here Geo. Frith, dontist, Tellico Plains, from Tellico PJiiuSjVTouri.,; and Tenn,, Henry Tharp, R. R. Agent spent a fow dav' wiih his, Mr. and Ws, J. Q. Frith, Junction City, Ky., Osoar Bryant, freight ngont Livingston, Maurice last week. HJaU wajin Brown, telegaaphing, East Bern. Mt. Vernon botWiBfluT-rainTues. sladt. Jack Maret, tolographing, day. Miss ClyftWatni's spefid- Plannagan, Ky. John D. Miller Iny a fo.w dnylnMt, Vernon and E. L. Hansel, brakinsr on with Mr. andMrfeiFL. Durham. Knoxville branch, Opie Brown, Mrs J. J. Albright and little drug clerk, Stahfard. Chester son are s.pendln,kfow days in Mt. Lnndrutn, acting railroad agent, Vernon with Mrand Mrs. P. L. Gethsemane. Jones B. Proctor Durham Peece, was,, up W. and Henry Evaus, telegraph ng from Crab Orchai ' Tuesday. Ft. Estill Jet. John D. McFerrqn, Misses Matyjproctor and Hally principal graded school, Wildwood Barnes are speeSii.gafew days Fla. Geo. D. French, assistant in Mt. Vernon jilils week- .- Rev. purchasing 8gent G. & S. I R. A. J. Pike and",san, Goobel, are in W. R. Alien, Lexington, speulW a few days Port, Miss. Secretary Kentucky Motor Co., with Mr. and Mrs, John; Evans. Covington, Ky. lloscoe Norton, John Pike wasitf Jrpm Lebanon logging Pino Mountains, Pjue- - Junction, Miss Ella ville. Mrs L. B. Adams, Mlssos (Jqrson is (n MtjMerwon spending Ida May and Elizabeth Adams; a few days YtfpiJ,rJtends.- Mrs and Lytle Adams, Los, Vulo Reynoldsji jrwamed'homei Jack ' Angeles, California. M.B. McCIure after spendiag rw'month in ' T ; train dispatcher's office, .Jackson AY';MiuHl8tt d .hore-.fYpm- itnciMjii. .and M Iflt. ,U. Albright WANTED! 1,000 More People TO . I I DO ALL THEIR TRADING AT here.r-Miss.A- una BAKER'S Department STORE During 1914 par-ont- s, 4'.. Well, we're going to get them. How ? By supplying their wants no matter in what line- - giving them lower prices and better treatment. We shall buy in Carload quantities, thereby enabling us to beat all competition. jf 1913 is History. n goes the Knife. All our winter goods will be cut to a fraction of their cost Men's Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and ; Children's Coats, Cloaks and Wraps, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hats, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture and everything. 1 ; . lf Tuos. 'NO ','-" REASONABLE -- OFFER Ti - REFUSED. ! - &iUi.- ..L. f ;', r aKnvvB W " " 4 &v. J& IiidiaiMr--fJtap&- hat s what you want men of judgment to think when they see you. Everyday dressiness, week in and week out, depends mostly on lasting shape on your clothes. J 5ptt X well on him. coHs Richard Sowder, soldiering, U. g Sfgnal man, was Jlown from Mt. Army. Hugh pud Walter- Miller VPrnOn, Monday- .- Dr ,W. Carter grocery business, Afton Okla. was. called; to SheJbyville.on the Houston McFerron and family, wintering at Wildwood, Fla. W. J. Sparks and family, wintering in Louisville. S. V. Davis and Mystic, Breckenridge family, county, Ky., whoro Mr Dauls is in ballast crushing business. Otto Reynolds, braking, Danville, Ky ; Willio B. Myers, traveling salesman, Piueville. Charlie Adams, telegraphing Flanagan, Ky. Clevo Flanagan. Hays, telegraphing, of the. sorjous illness of his brother, last week. "Mfrs. L. B. Hilton and Miss jane Gorman, ot Stanford, ate Xmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cass. Mr.and Mrs. Rnls Wilmott tiro the proud parents of a tine boy. Brodhead Lodge, No: BOO F. & A. M., elect-ethe following officers last Saturday evening : R. L- - Smith, Master j Guy Roberts, senior Warden; R. S Shivel, Junior Warden; W, E Gravely, Treasurer; John Robins., Secretary; Wm. Francisco, Tyler ; Walter Robins, Senior Deacon ; Cash Hiatt, Junior Deacon; W. T. Brooks and J. F, Watson, Stewards. The Ghrisamas tree at the Graded School building on the evening of a decided success, and the trees were loaded with presents. Much is due Mrs. W. F,. Carter for the. manner in which the following programme was carried out: Song, Christmas Joy ; Scripture., reading and prayer by the Rev. A. J.Pike; Song, The Story Swoef; Oration, Back to Btithlehem, by Miss Clyde Watson ; Song, Th? Angel Host, by Choir; Scripture Reading, Miss Etta Cable; Song, Will Roses Bloom in Heaven, by Miss Susie Hicks. John Sigmau was in Mt. Vernon between trains, Tuesday. -- - J7 Fr'Watson was called to see his brother VV. X. Watson, at Nina, near Lancaster,, Tbursdaywho is dangerously ill. Chas. Soard and Chas. Rash are out again,' after being shut up for t six weeks.with small pox. The boys $ere in an old house about onSfqur.th mile west of the fair Ej;0)ijnds,- - and the matter was kept 8(o,quieb;that people right in twn didvnpt know ot the cases, biy W, Eprftvely had charge of thojjqysj'.and. his treatment and .management of- - the cases were in every particular. The boys.were exposed while in Tennessee, and as soon as the llrst symptoms appeared fhe doctor had them, leave town and by doing so, no one else was opposed. Remember that on Saturday, ttcoQUnt d s tbo-pas- tETS. Albtigt:fip imii3H&&i9L mSmiS8PWa. t u. u day jgssk-- . BTAK H MT. VERNON, KY, THE RIGHT GOODS fw all-ove- THE RIGHT PRICE -- Shape is as much a shrunk, added to skill- part of Clothcraft ful tailoring, explains Tribble Bryant, telegraphing, Paris Jonah Bryant, telegraphing Danville III. Elmer Carpenter and George Furqson, firing locomo-tivC. S. Danville. .Martin Jones A. Jouos, . o are on the sick list this week. J. C. Dittman has been holding' down the second trick at depot during the vacation of Chas. C. Hurt. The Rev. R. B.. Baker has been called by the Christian church next year. Ho filled his regular appointment last Saturday and Sunday. niht at theh. hon and a ban. nnRt wiii n,Rn ,, ivnn - D..v.. frA fn .j every body. A nice time is look- ed for. Mr. J. F. Neighbors is ... Clothes as the cloth it- why ClothcraftClothes self It's sewed and hold their shape as long held in every stitch as the clothes last it's It the points not pressing Pressing the Clothcraft shape, but that makes these it Tp not last shape must in .f telegraphing, Winchester. Dr.W. practicing physician. Irvino, Ky. Will Adams, telegraphing, Tunnel ..Hill. Russel Proctor, telegraphing McRoberts Frank McClary, bookkeeper, Con solidated Coal Co., Jenkins, Ky. tailored is only one Will Fain, telegraphing, Wiilow Peyton Revnolds and Lee depend on covered in Ky. does Chandler, railroading at Corbin. H G. and J. A Sutton, farming guaran- - Montezuma, Iowa. ' Luther Mullins, railroading, Cincinnati. J. T. alone gives tee Gentry, conductor, Lebanon Jet Thomas Taylor, inJohn hold will clothes.such wonderful ventors St. Louis, Mo. Judge R. s G. Williams, Common wealths At. be torney, Covington, Ky. Stephen L. Whitehead, druggist, Tampa, are you going- Fla. Dr. Q. C. Price, practicing these clothes before c James k chance physician, Judsou Ind. & N. R. -togive iron touches I,. Southard, Ky. All-wo- ol 'these in-- . R. Henderson,Cedar Heniy Catron, cloth thorfarming near creek, Lincoln, county. Vick, Everett) and Jack and sured clothes ? oughly Brown urorailroadingin Montana. J. H. Parsons, railroad contractor Temple Toxss. W. J. '!'... Edge wood poultry yards, Fort Worth, Texas, J. E. Houk, ?&&L&v&t$ ?& & i merchant, Jamestown, Ind. J;L, Whitehead, druggist, Willianis, ?nrc C&zrKo burg. Bain Carson, assistant bank cashier, TelUco Plains, Tenn CaSper Adams, locomotive fireman Harnsourg, in. uoscoo Gritnn and Fred Purcell, railroading St. Louts. Egbert Griffin, railroading St. Louis. Harry Lee) traveling for packing house. Wheeling, W. Va. Charles Riddle, marshal ,East Bernstadt ,Wade H.Brown, clerk ing, McAl(stor Okla. .Satnuel Brown, Attorney, McAlister Burdette Honk, merchandizing in tf'lmLl California, Bennet; ,ahd Wade Covingtonr Ballard, motormen, Conn Evans, private secretary to in to stay This cf E.-an- d valuesar$J0to$25 When us to show you $ie . them T extr-gan- g tested " New-com- b, '&&. aA em-cLo- 5 '$L'J,&f djLuUJt.. Z?tv Za. j .... ? mm i & IcftEE i'w.T-ffc--.rJ January 10th is theidate that "Joe" will appear on the stage. Don't fall to. see. her. E- - J. Hamm, of Now Hope. J. P. Haniro, of Ellis-ton- , wore with their father during Christmas. Mrs. L. R. Storm, Willio Cass and Mildred Robins acting chief dispatcher in the absence of Mr. U;J. Lemonds. Mrs. Wm Preston and children ore visiting in Lebanon Jet. and other cities during Christmas hoi idays. Mr. Sam Ward of Chicago LITlflOSTON. is visiting relatives here. Miss !NottieRice is visiting relatives Rohert McCIure has nurchased in Stanford this week. Mr. and Ford Mrs. W. B. Rice of Paris, after afarmofC. C. Cromer-iMr. and hollow, and is moving his family spending Xmas with there and Sam Graves is moving Mrs. C. B. Rice and Prof. W. R. his family to the property vacated and Mrs Dickerson has returned by McCIure. Tie writer received home. Mrs. John Mullins is visitpresents Xmas for which we are ing her pareuts, Mr. and' Mrs. T. givers qnd B. Lair at Rose Hill. Messrs W. very thankful to the G. W. Martin, Joe to also re- A. Rice, hope at a future dato and C. J. Rico attended the W Sams was in ward them. J. Masonic banquat at Lebanon, Cincinnati during the holidays Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. Amyx was in Dr. W. T. Mr. arid Mrs. A Blanford and daughter, Miss 0. M. Griffin of Renick, spent Ella, were in Louisville Wednesday Judge L W. Bothurum, Sheriff Xmas with relatives here Mrs. Maiida Woodall has returned Niceley and Judge elect G. M. from Lodge City, Kansas, where Ballard vero here between trains Sunday. We will have a new she has been visiting relat ves. Miss Mabel Nicely is with home Police Judge lan. ist. Mr. M. Miss Summers will bo Judge Summers folks during the holidays Bonnia Nicoley of Mt. Vernon, on that day, and wo hope and after a few lcok for a good administration lias returned home visit with Miss Mabel Nice-ley- . Mr. tiud Mrs. J. B. Hays has redays Christmas in our little town turned from Paris nnd Cincinnati, very little where they havo been for the past passed off quietly, drinking, no rackets or fights and week visiting relatives. Mr. and we simply had a love toast. We Mrs. N. H. Oliver were in Louisdon't claim to havo the best town ville last week shopping. Mrs. S been very on the map but here will bo found K. Hellard who has sick for some timois some bettor. the best water that ever run out of Miss Ella Mao.Blanford has retthe earth end fishing is a pleasure a fow days visit with of Bockcastle urned,-from in the placid wators we believe in a few years rolatives at Parksville. Mr. W. river and has rewe will bo referred to as the model B. Bullock of Lebanon, of the mountains. Robert turned home after a few days copytown Howard ol Cincinnati, spent Xmas ing here in tho dispatchers office- .Mr. and Mrs Buck Howard were. with home folks. Mr. R. J. is in Louisville for n few in Jolllco Saturday. Aviu Reybelieve there nolds ot Paris has moved bis famdays this week.--will bo a weddidg in our town soon ily back to our town. Mr. and JHender-so- n, What do you say Ed? Miss Anna Mrs'. James Southard of has returned ho'ne after n very low M. Walton wh.i has been relatives In i rapidly improving Jackson fewdajsvisitwit.h will have a public Corbin, Pine Hill qnd here. rTJncle Pdlaski. kodge No. 73I Installation of Its officers Thurs- - Dick Martin sf Brodh'ead, the to . n O'-Ma- ry Louisville-W- ednesday. -- Lem-ond- s We bacco man, was here a few days ago and Informed the writer that he had been almost the state, selling tobacco and he made more sales in Livingston than any one town, that he had visited and that our little city was coming to the front. Well if wo can keep just a little ahead of Mt. Vernon we are satisfied and at present we are leading. There were two Xmas trees here, Christmas-eve- , one at the Baptist and one at the Christian churches. Mrs. R. B. Sams of Paris has been visiting relatives here for tho past few days.--JoLair spent a lew days in our town tho past week- .- Thoc. Moore and Lee Wagner were iu Louisville latter part of last weeic. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Cottongira havo retvrned fiom Louisville. Ed Cottongim is studying telegraphy at Hazel Patch. Mr. Conn Asher of Paint Lick is visiting his sister, Mrs. L. H Davis. L. H. Davis is erecting a dwelling on the lot purchased from the Bow man estate on Main St. Mrs. G. W. Martin and children are visiting relatives in Stanford. Mr. L. M. Westortleld of Paris, was here today between trains. Mr.' is first Uick dispatcher at Paris. He once was chief dispatcher at this place and lator was dispatcher for a number of years. W. G. Niceley has been on the sick list lor a fow days but is better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gilford of Pineville, spent Xmoswith Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sambrooks. Mr. W. R. Hanks has moved his family to Krofu and has taken charge of a section at that place Jack sou Lodge No. 781 elected the following officers Dec. 27 to serve the ensuoing year: Mahlan Summers VV. M.; J. H. Browning, S. W.; D. L. Lindsay, J. W ; H. Mahaffey Tyler; J. P. E. Drummond, Sec'y.; W H. Cottongim, Treas.; T. C. Welch, Trustee. I. II. Browning was in Stanford Tuesday.--Mr- . uud Mrs. D. H. Rogaltv of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry Mrs. G D. Cook is visiting reiatives at Wildie Mr. Edd as you wanted all tho correspondents to write regular, so lookout for as we will give all the news, wsthout fear or favor and our territory will he from McKeo, in Jacks6n county to Dallas in r hn West-erfield r-- Well Liv-iugsto- n , V Published Every Friday, VOLUME-XXVlf. 3mml MT. VERNON, WHERE SOME ARE TO-DA- hwih sbhejul l ii Established,,. ROCKCASTLE OF ROCK CITIZENS Y COUta, H KT., FRIDAY' JANUARY ir" "" i "BaB 1887 Mk IHHHB MMM 2, 191 " NUMBER 14 " i 1 iJElIHII' J8L CASTLES railroad presiclentOhicago. Chas. Parsons, teleavanliiriir on K. O. I Robert MjjHcn.drnRgist, Knov- - ville, Tenn. I i P pp lsw Jtla 111 mm tf&m&wmL wmMwmM wwiFyK u ' SHE Shape that Lasts as Long as Your I'.. Clothes J i. By "J. M." Mr. and Shirley Tate Druggist, 'Swett-wate3, Albright spent Xmas"w ttijher parents, Mr. Tenn., Jones Fish Jr., Les Angeles, California, Charles and Mrs. H. rviThnm"at..rnnftJnn Hndorson, R. R. Conductor, Win Salem, Ind.', slow, Arizona, George Childress, hfent Jast week Lwithabis mother, with American Canning Conipm Aunt KatieJ0Ayki4jiear,tlil8 place, Hamilton, 0., W. C. ,Khby, Eu- and other relat(vei-B nVHpo Plains, gene Taylor Lou was here Hansel, and Mendel Mullins, Columbus, Ohio, Tenn , and sppflfrKmas with home Miss Ka,tiB fcCall and receiving instructions for soldier- folks. ing iti Uncle Sam's army, M. C. brother, of Frunkltn. Tenn.., snent . , r Milier, telegraphing, Oakdale, last week witHfrekliyes here. Tenn., Scott Miller, Automobile Miss Anna CassWspendlng a lew busmen, Versailles, Ky , Miller days with herJnistevJMrs. L. B. McCoy, Honolula, Hawaai tor Hilton, at Stanford 'this week. Sandwich Jsland) in U. S army, Mr. and Mrs. John Renner.Jr., farming Mc- Xmas with bertrenfs, Mr, and Alistor, N. 'M., Allen Lewis, Mrs., J. H. Rig"sWtatPreachers-ville- . raucliing, Glade Park, Colo., Dr. Dr. GeOrfith wob here Geo. Frith, dentist, Tellico Plains, from Tellico PliuSI, Toun.,' and Tenn., Henry Tharp, R R. Agent spent a fow day with hjs parJunction City, Ky., Oaoar Bryant, ents, Mr. 3nd Mj;si J. G. Frith, freight ngont Livingston, Mauriqe last week. Hintl was in Brown, telegaapbing, BJaat Bern. Mt. Vernon botwn trains Tues. sladt. Jack Maret, telegraphing, day. Mlsa Cly'dVatg'dn i'ssped-- , Flannagan, Ky. John D. Miller iny a few dayslin'Mt, Vernon and E. L. Hansel, braking on with Mr. F. L- Durham. Knoxville branch, Opie Brown, Mrs J. L Albrisrht and liti-ldrug clerk, Stanfard. Chester son are spending,kfew days in Mt. Landrum, acting railroad agent, Vernon with Mr,andMrs. P. L. Gethseniane. Jones B. Proctor Durham W. B; Leece was un and Henry Evans, telegraph ng from Crab Orchard, ' Tuesday. Ft. Estill Jet. John D, McFerrqn, Mjsses Matyjfoctof and Hally priticipal graded school, WHdwood Barnes are dayw Fla. Geo. D, French, assistant in Mt. Vernon Hils week.- - Rev. purchasing agent G. & S. I R. R. A. J. Pike and'.scj, Goebel, are In Gulf Port, Miss. V. R. Allen, i,DAiiiijiuu, npeucmi&t iow anys Secretary Kentucky Motor Co., with Mr. and Mrs. John, Evans. Covington, Ky. Koscoe Norton, John Pike "wasU Irpm Lebanon logging in Pino Mountains, Pjne-vill- Junction, TuosAr.- - Miss Ella Mrs L. B. Adams, Mlssos Uarson is (n Mfcfcrapri spending Ida May and Elizabeth Adams; a few days wWifr4nd8.s-M-rs Jack and Lytle Adams, Los, Vula ReynoldsJilTrnea'hom? Angeles, California. M.B. McClure pSitemonth fn tram dispatcher's office, Jocksou.' IntoiiBlllWjaK'i A1? 'MJuHJatt r, M.R. City.-BobO- wbV WANTED! 1,000 More People TO . I E New-lan- d DO ALL THEIR TRADING AT WJg'byspent BAIEirS Department STORE During 1914 -- AM L nnd-Mr- - Well, we're going to get them. How ? By supplying their wants no matter in what line giving them lower prices and better treatment We shall buy in Carload quantities, thereby enabling us to beat all competition 1913 is History. n goes the Knife. ; All our winter goods will be cut to a fraction of their cost Men's Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Children's Coats, Cloaks and Wraps, Shoes, Hats, Dress Goods, Underwear, Hats, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture and everything e. 'NO REASONABLE kd ' 'S OFFER . . REFUSED i? aftor-sptfndIngf- &. - .Ji' - ji TTf. y- - X well on him." you want men of judgment to think when they see you. Everyday dressiness, week in and week out, depends mostly on lasting shape on your clothes. Shape is as much a shrunk, part of Clothcraft Clothes as the cloth it- why self It's sewed and held in every stitch it's tailored in to stay It does not depend on the points pressing. Pressing alone gives shape, but will not hold it To last shape must be' in these clothes before vtie iron touches them Y All-wo- ol Ualuesat:$0to$25 When you us to show you cloth thor- oughly tested i ' w - and Ape. aJi ?OTrzti cavo 4 ' J' mini mil BSftstrucUonp Richard Sowder, soldiering, U. g Army. Hugh pnd Waltep Mjller grocery business, Afion Okla. Houston MoFerron nud family, wintering at Wild wood, Fla, W. J. Sparks aud family, wintering Dayis and in Louisville. S. W Mystic, Breckenridge famili', county, Ky., whore Mr, Dauis is in ballast crushing business. Otto Reynolds, braking, Danville, Ky ; Willie B. Myers, traveling salesman, Piuevllle. Charlie Adams, telegraphing Flanagan, Ky, Clevo Flanagan. Hays, telegraphing, Tribblo Bryant, telegraphing, Bryant, telegraphing added to skill- Paris Jonah Elmer Carpenter and Danville 111. ful tailoring, explains Goorgo S.Furgqaon, firing locomotive C. Danville. .Milrtin Jones telegraphing, Winchester. Dr.W. ClothcraftClothes A. Jouos, practicing physician. Irvine, Ky. Will Adams, telehold their as long graphing, Tunnel ..Hill. Russel Proctor, telegraphing McRoberts clothes as Frank McClary, bookkeeper, Con solidated Coal Co., Jenkins, Ky. is only one cf Will Fain, telegraphing, Willow Reynolds and Lee covered in Ky. Peyton Chandler, railroading at Corbin. H G. and J. A Sutton, farming the guaran- - Montezuma, Iowa. ' Luther Mullins, railroading, Cincinnati. J. T. tee Gentry, conductor, Lebanon Jet John E.'and Thomas Taylor, inclo,thes.such wonderful ventors St. Louis, Mo. Judge R. G. Williams, Commonwealths At. torney, Covington, Ky. Stephen L. Whitehead, druggist, Tampa, goingare Fla. Dr."Cj. C. Price, practicing physician, James -togive chance Southard, Jndson Ind. & N. R. g Ky. 'these in-- , R. Henderson, Cedar Henty Catron, farming near creek, Lincoln county. Vick, Everett) and Jack sured clothes ? Brown ororailroadingin Montana. J. H. Parsons, railroad contractor Temple Toxss. W. J. Edgewood poultry yards, Fort Worth, Texas. J. E. Houk, merchant, Jamestown, Ind, J;L, Whitehead, druggist, Williams, G&rt&ytaJk burg. Bain Carson, assistant bank. cashier, TelUco Plains, Tenn. CaSper Adams, locomotive fireman Harrisburg, 111. Roscoe Griffin-anFred Purcell, railroading St Louis. Egbert Griffin, railroading St. Louis. Harry Lee) traveling for packing house. Wheeling, W. Va. Charles Riddle, marshal East Bernstadt ,Wade H. Brown, clerk iug, McAlistor Okla. Samuel Attorney, Brown, McAlistor Burdotte Honk, merchandizing in California. Bennett 'and Wade Ballard, motormen, Covingtonr Oonn Evans, private secretary to ymvmm.; mmsi rjewfhoTirgvTennr iihe1vek.?ErS7Albrigl!tfae - i Mi ill - .r . " ja;- t4SyVSiifM 31SiSpF?S .rMX. - JlA$t iT VMmfTVK'' ' ,. ''-- &J&UB " That's what the shape last This Clothcraft that makes these i extr-gan- t. New-cora- b, Signal man, was own from Mt VOrunn, Monday- .- Dr W. Carter was. called to Shelbyvllle, on the account of the sorjous illness of his brother, last week. Mrs. L. B. Hilton and Miss Jane Gorman, ol Stanford, ate Xmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cass. Mr.and Mrs. Rals Wilmott are the proud parents of a fine boy. Brodbead Lodge, No: BOO F. & A. M., elect-ethe following officers last Saturday evening : R. I. Smith, Master ; Guy Roberts, senior Warden; R. S Shivel, Junior Warden; W, E Gravely, Treasurer; John Robins., Secretary; Wm. Francisco, Tyler; Walter Robins, Senior Deacon ; Cash Hiatt, Junior Deacon; W. T. Brooks and J. F, Watson, Stewards. The Chrisamas tree at the Graded School building on tho evening of ihe 24tlvwasa decided success, and the trees were loaded with presents. Much is due Mrs. W. F,, Carter for the manner in which the following programme was carried out : Song, Christmas Joy; Scripture, reading and prayer by tho Rev. A. J.Pike; Song, Tho Story Sweet; Oration, Back to Bothlehem, by Miss Clyde Watson ; Song, The Angel Host, by Choir; Scripture Reading, Miss Etta Cable; Song, Will Roses Bloom in Heaven, by Miss Susie Hicks. John Siginau was in Mt, Vernon between trains. Tuesdav. -- - JT FrWatson was called to see his brothel' W. T. Watson, at Nina, near Lancaster,, Thursday,-whis dangerously ill. Chas. Soard and Chas. Rash are out again, after being shut up for tho past six weeksjwith small pox. The boys vjcre in an old house about oneifyur.tn mile Vfest of the d o U && AK. yWifg f- - h.. ... MT VERNON, KY, THE RIGHT GOODS are on the sick list this week- .J. C. Dittman has been holding aown me secono tricu ai uepoi during the vacation of Chas. C. Hurt. The Rev. R. B. Baker has been called by tho Christian church next year. Ho filled his regular appointment last Satur day and Sunday. THE RIGHT PRICE ban-fre- m LIVINGSTON. Robert McClure has purchased C. Cromer in Ford hollow, and is moving his family there and Sam Graves is moving his family to tho property vacated by McClure. Tl e writer received presents Xmas for which we ate givers and very thankful to the hope at a future date to also reward them. J. W Sams was in Cincinnati during the holidays Dr. W. T. Amyx was in Louis-villWednesday. Mr. and Mrs. spent O. M. Griffin of Renick, Xmas with relatives hero Mrs Mailda Woodall has returned from Lodge City, Kansas, where she has been visiting relat ves. Miss Mabel Nicely is with home Miss folks during tho holidays Bonnu Niceley of Mt. Vernon, has returned home after a few days visit with Miss Mabel Nice-ley- . Christmas in our little town Very littlo passed off quietly, drinking, no rackets or fights and we simply had a love toast. We don't claim to have the best town on the map but here will bo found the best water that ever run out of the earth end fishing is a pleasure in tho placid waters of Bockcastle river and we believo in a few years we will bo referred to as the model Robert towti of the mountains. Howard ol Cincinnati, spent Xmas with home folks. Mr. R. J. Lem onds is in Louisville for a few days this week. We believe there will be a weddidg in our town soon What do you say Ed? Miss Anna M. Walton wh. has been w ry low Jackson is rapidly improving Lodge No. 73I will have a public installation of its officers Thurs- - afarmofC. e Z. fair gr.aujttds, and the matter was kept s.o'.quiet that people right in town did, i not know ol the cases. Dr( W, E, Qravely had charge of the Jjqysand his treatment and .management of- - the cases were ver.y.sucgeasjiil in every particular. The boys were exposed while in Tennessee, and as soon as the nrstsymptoni:iappearedj;he doctor had them, leave town and by doing so, no one else was exposed. Remember that on Saturday, -- January 10th is iheidate that "Joe" will appear on the stage. Don't fail to see, her. E.. J. Hamm, of New Hope. J. P. Homra, of Ellis-ton, wore with their father during Christmas. Mrs. L. R. Storm, Willie Cass and Mildred Robins e day night at their hall and a uel win also be civen to every body. A nice time is looked for. Mr. J. F. Neighbors is acting chief dispatcher in the absence of Mr. R;, J. Lemonds Mrs. Wm Preston and children are visiting in Lebanon Jet. and other cities during Christmas hoi idays. Mr. Sam Ward of Chicago is visiting relatives hero. Miss Nettie Rice is visiting relatives in Stanford this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Rice of Paris, after spending Xmas with Mr, and Mrs, C. B Rice and Prof. W. R. and Mrs Dickersou has returned home. Mrs. John Mullins is visiting her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. T. B. Lair at Rose Hill. Messrs W. G. W. Martin, Joe A. Rice, and C. J. Rice attended the Masonic banquat at Lebanon, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Blanford and daughter, Miss Ella, were in Louisville Wednesday Judge L W. Bothurum, Sheriff Niceley and Judge elect G. M. Ballard vero here between trains Sunday. We will have a new Police Judge Ian. ist. Mr. M. Summers will be Judge Summers 011 that day, and we hope and lcok for a good administration-M- r. and Mrs. J. B. Hays has returned from Paris and Cincinnati, where they have been for the past week visiting relatives. Mr. und Mrs. N H. Oliver were In Louisville last week shopping. Mrs. S E Hellard who has been very sick for some time is some bettor. Miss Ella Mao.Blanford has returned,-from a fow days visit with relatives at Parksville. Mr. W. B. Bullock of Lebanon, has returned home after a few dayscopy-ingher- e in tho dispatchers office.-M- r. and Mrs Buck Howard were in Jolllco Saturday. Avju Reynolds of Paris has moved his family back to our town. Mr. and Mrs'. James Southard of Hender son, bos returned hone after u fow dajs visit with relatives in Corbin, Pine Hill and here. Uncle Dick Martin sf Brodh'ead, the to O'-Ma- bacco man, was here a few days ago and Informed the writer that he had been almost the state, selling tobacco and he made mor; sales in Livingston than any one town, that ho had visited and that our little city was coming to the front. Well if we can keep just a little ahead of Mt. Vernon we are satisfied aud at present we are leading. There were two Xmas trees here, Christmas-eve- , one at the Baptist aud one at the Christian churches. Mrs. R. B. Sams of Paris has been visiting relatives here for tho past few days.--JoLair spent afew days in our town tho past week- .- Thon. Moore and Lee Waguer were in Louisville latter part of last weeic. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Cottongitn have retvrned fiom Louisville. Ed Cottongim is studying telegraphy at Hazel Patch. Mr. Conn Asher of Paint Lick is visiting his sister, Mrs. L. H Davis. L. H. Davis is erecting a dwelling on the lot purchased from the Bow man estate on Main St. Mrs. G. W. Martin and children are visit ing relatives in Stanford. Mr. L. M. Westordeld of Paris, was here today between trains. Mr. is first Uick dispatcher at Paris. He once was chief dispatcher at this place and lator was dispatcher for a number of years. W. G. Niceley has been on tho sick list for a fow days but is better at present. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gilford of Pineville, spent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sauihrooks. Mr. W. R. Hanks has moved his family to Krofa and has taken charge of a section at that place Jackson Lodge No. 731 elected the following officers Dec. 27 to serve the ensuoing year: Mahlan Summers W. M.; J H. Browning, S W.; D. L. Lindsay, J. W ; H. Mahaffey Tyler; J. P. E. Drummond, Sec'y.; W H. Cottongim, Treas.; T. C. Welch, Trustee. J. H. Browning wus in Stanford Tuesday -- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Rogalty of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs J. W. Terry Mrs, G D. Cook is visiting relatives at Wildie , Well Mr. Edd as you wanted all tho correspondents to write regular, so lookout for as we will give all the news, wsthout fear or favor and our territory will be from McKeo, in Jacks6n county to Dallas in PUIsski. all-ove- r hn West-erfiel- d Liv-iugst- i 4 , r V . Ostitis tit MT. VERNON SIGNAL Albert tlfpi-- real Sjllro, al he is over olteli. "Spiro r i Willie" litis n good bird diig lit! Friday, Jan. 2, 1914 wants to giveaway. Whem he returned home on Xinas-evthe Published every Friday by dog had four big, nice, fat hens EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. killed and piled up for Xmas din ner. There will be an entertain- $t.OO mentg'ven at the close of Freedom ONR YKAR UBSCRIPTION school. Mr. Jim Ping returned rates made known on to his school Monday after spendAdvertising ing a week at home. We say application farewell to 19I3 and 1914 will be' what we make it. Now lets make MKMBKROF KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION it the most progressive year yo, in good schools, good roads and churoh work. We have a nice clean page, so "don't blot it." I, -e rllgiikg 2gjgits CAN'T UNDERSTAND ClOtMEft That the mlt Thlt Fortify Hay-Punetf- . ' . j Treaty Government T Panm Canal. rer '? A IT t TJtXJ&tjiintf Wi ,zk?x. n 'iWBJi i m i"?J Western Newspaper Union Ntws Service. Washington. Emboldened by its sinister commercial alliance with Germany, Great Ulrl tain has intimated to the United States that It does not tf FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN All Pictures of Kentucky's Governors From tho foundation of the Stt o thr priot Tha onljr complete collection la exutenco time I WORMS THE CAUSE OF YOUR CHILD'S PAINS A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around the eye, nil tiroes feverish, with great thirst; cheeks flushed and then pale, ab- doraen swollen with sharp cramp ing pains are all indications ol worms. Don't let your child uffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will gie sure relief It kills the worms while its laxative effect add grtat-- , ly to the health ol yonr child by re moving the dangerou and disagreeable elfect of worms and Kickapoo from the system. Worm Killer as a health producer every household should be Perfectly safe. Buy a box to day. Price 25c. All Druggists or by Kickapoo Indian Mod. Co imil Phili. or St. Louis. -- IW SOMETHING IS WRUNG Department of Commerce show, says William N. Taft In January Technical World Maga-7'inVenezuela. that it costs eight times aThis unicruc and valuable Atlas is free to all Evening Tost subscribers. If not a pound of coffee ranch to deliver jiow o subscriber, send $3.00 for a full DESPERADO'S WIFE from a country grocery store to a year's subscription, or $2.00 for a six months' subsci Iptlon by mail: homo a mile away as it costs to To Enter Kentucky Mine To Try and PUms understand. these rata ere by mall bring that same pound of coffee Persuade Hendrickson and Comonly, and not through carrier eresenU panions To Surrender. from Rio de Janeiro to New York. OFFER: OUR SPECIAL COMBINATION farmer who Also it costs the Dally Evening Post, one yef $300 PIncvllle, Ky. Haln and Intense Kentucky CoTtnor'i Wall Chut 41.50 lives ten miles from the ni!road cold kept the guards In misery. Sev eral unsuccessful attempts to escape SIGNAL over which he ships his products, have been made by the barricaded one and one sixth cents more to desperadoes. Fjappy Jack Hendrick haul a bushel of wheut to the eon's wife walntervlewed by mem rok?2fctti: bers of the posse, and upon being told freight station than it costs the that a barrel cf sulphur would be buyer to ship that wheat I'rom covi; burned at the'maln entrance of the New York 10 Liverpool. mine unless a surrender was made, promised the officers that if they Is it any w ndor that the pi ice ' C. L Riddle was down ft om J would not start. smoking them out tbat of cotton, and coffee remains at n East Bornstiidt, first of the week she would go Into the mine and try to high level instead of falling pro on business. Willie Adams was persuade her husband and his comflgo portionately to the incioase in pro- with home folks during Christmas panions to surrender. Miss Mattie Owens was the duction? FlftE DOES QREAT DAMAGE. guest of Misses Muttie and FanSomething must be wrong. nie Riddle Friday. Mr and Mrs. Something is wrong. Montreal. Quebec. Fire destroyed the entire plant ot the Auto Garage R B. Shepherd spent Christmas It is the fnadf Co. and five adjoining stores, and for a Few persons realize ths im- with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riddle. time threatened the entire district ad Mr. and Mrs Emery Egans mense tax put on all of us by the jacent. The damage has been set at $225,000, but will probably greatly exbad roads and by the difficulties visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Tred-waceed that figure. Two men were Inlast week. Missis Pearlie which they entail. jured by an explosion ot hundreds of True as Gospel! And yet, when and Marie Dalton of near Wildie gallons of gasoline in the big garage. Fearing another and more serious exof Ken- have been visiting their sister the General Assembly plosion the police cleared the neighvVssgHP4 "JrV KSiJf tucky meets, and it is proposed to Mrs Jack Teadway at this placo borhood ot the Inhabitants. Sixty auMiss Wiuuie Falin will eater provide State aid for the building tomobiles stored in the garage were destroyed. of good roads in every county, for E. K. S. N. school first of the ihe joint beneht of the farmer, the week, Miss Nora Shepherd spent TUNNEL DUG BY CRACKSMEN. ultimate consumer, the tax payer Sunday with Misses Yirgie and tuno San Francisco. Cracksmen Bryant in short, of every resident of the Susie neled 150 feet and pierced the conwas with homefolltsuringXmas. State, solemn-visigestatesmen crete walls of the First National Bank Mr, and Mrs., Geo. Parrtt willriso up to announce their opThey obtained of Orovllle vault. ...- -' .3,700 In silver, but were unable to position "because the State can't spent Xmas with Mr and Mfa, blow the steel coin safe, In which was sumyTHe pShd Flom Parrett. Yo writer wishes afiord it." can stored a much larger amount ot gold Kentucky wasted $2,000,003 on the Signal force a Jianpy New and currency. Tho base from which acof is 'your the robbers worked was the cellar of bad roads last year. Fot 2,500, Year. a butldlng occupied at night, and they 000 and with convict labor from had ample time to dig their tunnel. SCO RE ONE FOR WOMAN five to ten miles of one by roads could be built in iVlt-VemoCINCINNATI MARKETS every county oc the State next "femima .Tarte." iho husband go this eve to djuo with year At the end of ten jears, said, "we Corn Old corn is quoted as folYou'll Find the necessity of thinking before lows: No. 2 white n&VYiC, No. 2 Kentucky would have worked out Jones; now, wear a sane hat on When paying a great Incentive to yellow 7677c;No. 2 mixed 74V4076C. your head and decent rags upon New corn Is qubtcd as follows: No. 3 its road problem. trouble comes what you have btten prevented white 63664c, No. 4 white 59 The sum ot $5, 000,000 is all your b.mes. You're going in for from frittering away will make a comfortable fit He, No. 4 yellow 61 64 c, No. 4 mixed 5960c, No. 3 mixed 5960c, that stands between Kentucky modern styles and think it wisbalance . mixed ear 6063c, white ear 5962c, system of good dom, 1 suppose; and you are and a State-widyellow ear 6466c. Hay No. 1 timothy $18, standard roads at the end of ten years. If spending piles and piles of bard timothy $17, No. 2 timothy $16, No. 3 bughouseclothes. it is not expended, Kentucky by earned rocks timothy 914, No. 1 clover mixed $15, No. 2 ctever mixed $13, No. 1 clover that time will have wasted $20,000,-00- I do not Uick at the expense, but mud I $tf.5014, No. clover $12012.50. with nothintj to show for it, whon you go abroad with me I be you, the once sweet Oats No. 2 white 43, standard white vowed to cheerish and protect, or FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles 42'ic, No. 3 white 4242'$c, No. 4 but worse roads than the State want your dress to show some strayed? Has and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, white 41Q41c, No. 2 mixed 414 has now. s"nse I care not what the fash- have my faculties all Stiu And Aluminum irnmes. i.nr 42c, No. 3 mixed 41 41 He, No. 4 mixsomething spoiled my intellect?" be. ed 404i)c. It is not a question whether ions ' These are mother's clothes," (jest selection in town. Eyes tested Whea No. 2 red 9799c, No. 3 Kentucky can or cannot afford to "In olden days, when I was Free. Years of experience. red 94&96ttc, No. 4 red 8193c. grant State aid. It is a certainty young, the women dressed with said .lane, "the kind of rags you Poultry Hens, light, 12c; heavy, 13c; roosteis,. 9'jc; springers, large, that she cannot afford to withhold sense and taste; no matron on her like the best; you know that they JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. 15c; springers', small, 1314e; spring person flung u dippy skirt or silly are safe and sane and modest till it. Louisville Times. COX BROS. STORE ducks, white 4 lbs end over, 16c; caol ' rtti . - .... ducks under 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toms, waist. The women tried to hide JUU WU U t t t7 old, 10 lbs and .over, 21c; young tur"Go, tpkethem off," lis voice SPIRO. their limbs and modestly they keys, toms, 10 lbs and over, 21c; turkey culls, 8c. decked their frames; the memory arose, "and put on something up Eggs Prime firsts 34c, firsts 33c, If women wore such duds Miss Hawkensof Crab Orchard my eye bedims whon I looked ordinary firsts 32c, seconds 27c. Cattle Shippers $6.750S.15; butch' was the guest of Miss Ada Bell round on modern dames. So don'i as those, no man could keep bis er steers $7.507.75, good to choice I never knew -- Miss array yourself, as those, in things brain on mnight. MT. VERNON, KY, Helton during the holidays. $6,750)7.25, common to fair $4.756; heifers, extra $7.507.7C, good to Minnie Gentry returned toE K that make the people stare; ro- our mothers owed allegiance to Fron tRooms over Baker's Store choice $707.40, common to fair $4.75 No wonder Phone S. N. School, after spending Kimis inemoer wtiacyour mother wore such nutty styles. 6.85; cows, 'extra $6(Q6.25, good to groaned through X choice $5.75 6. common to fair $3.25 modest like it hat our fathers with homo folks. Mrs. Martha and something 05.50; canners $34.26. hie and looked on death with Brown, who had a stroke ofparaly-si- wear." Bulls Bologna $5.7506.40, extra smiles. $6.50, fat bulU $606.50. is out again. E. J. and John Jemima Jane, in sore distress, J.O-McCLftRCalves Falr'to good $9011.60, comHamm, spent Xmas with their went up to make tho needed mon and large $6011.25. Hogs Selected heavy $8.15, good to parents, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Mr and Mrs. J, D. change. She had a brand new I choice packers and butchers $8,100 Hamm. Some folks say this was modern dress, but since her hus8.15, mixed packers $808.10, stags For Infants and Children. $4.2506.85, extra $6.9007, common to a dry old Christmas, but it was band placed a ban on all those The Kind You Have Always Bought choice heavy fat sows $4.5007.60, exwet in this section Every one she wished to wear, the new dregs tra $7.65, light'shippers $7.7507.90, select medium (160 to 180 lbs) $808.05, enjoyed the candy party, given at was an also ran, and 50 Jemima pigs (110 lbs and less) $6.2507.65. Slgnatnro of Mr. Oscar Hammn last Friday tore her hair. Her fell on an Sheep Extra $4.35, good to choice $404.26, common to fair $2.5003.75. night. The Christmas entertain- ancient trunk Jomima cried, Lambs Extra $8.10, good to choice ment was a great success. Mrs. 'That's what I'll do! I ll wear a PUBLIC SAIX $7.7508, common to fair $5.7507,60. L. B. Cable of Brodhead, returned lot of mother's junk, that's not Having refieutly sold my farm home after spending a few days been worn since "82 " and wiH move to tho stnte of IndTWO PRISONERB GET AWAY. She togged herselt from end to iana in tho with hor parents. Mr. Bill Owens I will on Columbus, O. Two prisoners, Chick bought of Mr. W. H, Gentry, last end in garments of the grand old December 31, 1913, at in o'clock Caldwell and Barnes, brought hero by week, a fine $150. mare. Look all days. She woie a staoy Grcchr .111 , at the "Valley Viow Farm," Toledo officers to serva sentences In around, you will fine Boone Way bend and monumental wnale uroiiio, Ky.. offer for sale to tho the Ohio penitentiary, escaped from their keepers by knocking the officers Boosters. They are as thick as bone stays; tho sleeves were liigh-!- t and Ixst bidder, if not disdown after eating dinner at a leading tho candidates were. Mr. Mode tight, the wjist was flat, with fool- posed of privately before that date, hotel. The sceno ot the coup worked Hamm and family were with his ish ribbons here and there. She hII my personal proporty, such as by the prisoners was within a few blocks of the penitentiary. parents, Mr Oear ILinim during wore a dinky little hat and knotted is found on an up Warden farm, Thomas was severe In bis criticism of Xmas. Rev. A J. Piko was pres- net upon her lnir And from the except live stock, such as house- the Toledo officers who were In charge ent at the entertainment on Xmas-ey- waistline to the floor the dro s h ild and kitchen furniture, farm ot the men. and gave a short talk. There was large enough to hold two implements and machinery, corn, Mount Vernon Monumental were others from Brodhead, among dozen shapely limbs or more bit oats, hay and other feed stuffs. FOR FLETCHER'S L Terms of ale : In all sums ol whom were Miss Mary Proctor, only two did it infold. WORKS i Roberts, Bertha Miss Mbs Then she burst on her husband's $5 00 and under, cash in hand. Katheriue Albright, Mr. Will gaze and he invinced no slgus of All sums above $5. 00, on a credit ol six months, with note with of and Woodall and others. Mr. Frank of bliss, but widely cried, in his proved security bearing 8 per np cent ana ATTORNEY-AT- Bradley and wife, of Mt. Vernon, arrnze, "Great Scott what dog interest from date till pijd. Qn LAW, Granite Monuments of all were with her parents, Mr. and gone Ireak ts this? Can this be such sums. 2 percent off'will be MT. VERNON. KV. you, Jemima Mrs. Bill Cable during Xmas. Jane, tho woman allowed if purchaser wishes to kinds. Estimates furnished VOFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor o Miss Ohio Cable spent Sunday that I made mv bride, or has the piy c'rtsb on application. The Bank ot' Mu Vernon , on Churc H. C. Jonks, Auctioneer. with Elizabeth Gentry. There weather soured my brain and made street. Special attention given GEO. OWENS Propr. This Dec. 10, 1913. , be some attraction ? me draft and to collections. for Mr. must Cau this Pone 112 P. H. SHUTTS. Phone No. 80. sta-tistic- s e, lectures of all President a of the United States, from Washington to Wilson. Mags of all Nations In colors. 1 l.e very latest Kentucky Map showing Counties, towns, railroads, districts, etc. Latest Kentucky Census, hull arid complete mapof the United States. FuUandcompIctcmapoftlie world. InthsllUtorlal Kentucky sketch is given the political statistics from the f oun Jitlon of the Stale to the present time. All It inclulesr-A- U State Officials. Executive Department. each of the State Gorernmentwith the heads of force with trretr salaries. Various Department and the ele-lcKentucky Doards and Courts with their staff with officers and salaries. Political Committers and Organizations of.V-- f State. Kentucky United States Senators. Kentucky Chief Justices. Speakers of the Kentucky House. Congressional Districts. Kallroad Commission rs. Senatorial DUtricts. Counties of Kentucky, when made and from wliat Counties. AU of Uta Viul SUtljtlc, of Kentucky. understand thatithe treaty permits this government to fortify the Panama canal. This ex traordlnary move, coming after tut fortifications havo been nearly com pleted, and after the question had been apparently forever settled, har started the state department Into a realization of the full significance ol comblna the tlon against the United States. Al though the utmost secrecy Is bein made ot tho matter In the state de partment, It can be authoritative!; stated that the relations of this gov ernment with Great Britain are at present more strained than at any time since Cleveland's ultimatum on e OURS THEY PREFER No Wonder, - Simple as A B C. Ours Cost Less Oucs Wear Better They Have More Style It's about ns difiicult to describe thuso now clotbes as' to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You'vo got to seo her with your own 03 es. Maybe you'll lileo her if you don't there are others. So, if one suit doesn't please you, wo'vo another. Its a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. t . para--ite- s 111 '$$ Q$$ j i E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. ! y $ Riddle.--Tribbl- 19.99 more conven-- 1 "H d ".TI13 Helpinj Hand I T'S easier and -- perfectly-constructe- d upon you most bank trouble in time Better start to acquire a count depositing tohat you have big in The Bank of n. ient, to write a check for tlitsPHiiiotiuir'tllairtfl- codnWiitt a ten, a five and four ones, a ,i 4m&L. half, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checklug uccount In our bank does away with all such bo'theraome difficulties for you always havo tho right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of tho many advantages chief among which is Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK VVITH US : e The Bank of Mi. Vernon 1 0 POUND! PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. J. C. MOORE Conover 1 fnt-iT- t L W V, I ,&rp!&e&:qj to-dat- P H. t 4 Dentist 49-- - GRANVILLE OWENS I s yD(a2J Y UNDERTAKER Brodhead Cofixas, Ky CASTOR A OUaZVChi ee COMPLETE LINE Caskets and Robes Mall, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly AJM Filled. rHAfHH& ft BtRtlfori. Kv near-futu- re. f$WS3c$noc X5$3e$3cs 4 r GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. VIA. to-dat- e, Children Cry Williama, CASTORIA Manufacturers 'C. INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS. PANAMA f'LAND OF THE SKY.'! TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND grey-eyed- TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LONd RETURN LIMIT. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For ditails consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C. KIHQ. PwwigK and Tlckrt Agwit. 101 Eart MilnSt. Lulnf tM. Ky. .. ,jBBaiiMMiiiiiiWiWrtiii'ili' JipVvH. three-week'- s, - -- f MakM y . XT. . rr-:- 'r . ""- -- v., PS' ft- . f! 4 " . f.e ? r liniTTri '7i Tr. Well tlie liblldays havn bassdd Courtship has some feliciou very quietly in our littlo;village. silences that matrimony never Vic trice returned to Stanford, knows. Surlday, after spending oTfew days A man shouldn't try to tell the with his mother herd, we are glad truth all the time unless he is a to know that Vic has a good po champion fighter or a champion sition. Miss Pearl Anderson is spending a few days Junner. with her cousin Miss Zelma Bcown. Circuit Court convenes next Monday .for a four week's term. Granville Hurst is herefrom Ind. The docket is the heaviest in sever for a month'9 stiy. MissesDessie al years and tho Indications are Thompson and Sibyl Bethurum CLEVERLY-STYLEthat the full time will bo occupied of Wabd, Ayore the pleaSnnt guests ALL-WOO- L of Misses Maude and Jalia ThompFrhd STAntB: During court I son from Thursday till Sunday. will have a feed stable in the barn The school at this place closed near spout spring. Have your the 19th. with a very nice enterhorses fed and cared for at a tainment and the six months reasonable price. school certainly proveda success Jambs W instbad. and we feel very grateful to Mr. Chris Mullins has purchased Scoggins:-TvJ3rown;and cousthe Drycleaning and pressing busi- in, Miss Mattie Broyles" spent a PERSONAL ness from his brother Will, and is part of the holidays with Mrs. J. LOCAL located at the same 'place, opposite N. Brown here. Mr. Hamp Ben Craig was here first of the. " Court hous;. Chris is an artist in Meece of this place and Miss Beu T week. There was $300,000,000 sptrt . this line. lah Norris of Indianapolis, Ind., John D. Miller was at home for on moving picture shows during : ' i9i3TheMt. Vernon Telephone Co., were married on the 23rd. They Xtnas. return to Ind , will issue about Feb. 1st a com will probably t I. W. Catlin of Livingston, was County E. R Gentry plete directory of all telephones soon. Guy Roberts,of Gum Sulwill k ep his office over Peoples here part of last week. in the county, giving namen ahd phur was with Vic Price here dur Jaller-elecjJim Winstead moved Bank. holidays Quite anumber addresses of all subscribers. Ads ing the to the Jail residence Monday. Frank Pennington of Langford of business and of the young lolks attended the professional men .Mrs J. W; Mullins is with her bought of Gus Staverson, a fine 2 will party given by( Miss Maty Mae appear in this directory. parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Lair. year old Jersey for $75. Lathem Friday night and reported ; No riCE: Having recently sold a very enjoyable evening. Miss J. A. Oliver and Elmer Gray Tho residence of Clell Mullins my farm I wish to sell mv stock Nettie Lewis who has "been with were .here fr.om Livingston Tue." of Wildie, with all its contents was o. goods at Quail, Ky. Ifyou wish ' AND day. Mollie and destroyed by lire last weok. The to go into ceneral m prelum. her cousins, Misses Alza Owens since November has I, Miss Judo McColl is the guest of loss was total and no insurance. dise business and keep gone to her.home In Georgia, she her cousin, Miss Louunna White Round ptrip ticket to Lexington call on me at once at Quail. was accompanied by Miss Mollie. .head. $3 5o Jan. 3rd (o loth Inclusive JaMf. J. A. Proctor. Albert Hasty is here from tho Mr. and Mrs. Will Merrlcksol limited Jan. 12. Account Farm Notick: The, end of the year west, for a few days stay. MissParis, visited relatives here last ors week, Kentucky Experiment is drawing near and as short settle- es Zelma Brown and Pearl Ander week. Station. ments makes' long friends, please son rpent Sunday with Miss Beat Overalls Bryan Perkins and Stevenson The offices of the Court house are come and settle up your ac rice Broyles at Plato. Miss Julia Dosier, were up from Stanford being paper, the entire building counts and we will still be friends Smith of Lincoln county has been Sunday. ' cleaned and every thing put into as ever. visiting friends and relatives here Geo. Clont. of Wnllens creok, readiness for the new officers who Yours respectfully, for the past two weeks'; Mrs. R s with . spent Xmas vacation take charge-nex- t Monday. Jan. 2 3t. i Jonas McKenzie. B. Sams and children returned to i here, their home in Paris, after spendDave Clark and Bogue Laswell SWALLOW IT QUICK Wheeler Meadows ate Xmas who were to have ing a few days with her father, Jep thalr examining Impatient people water the'r Mullins who has been very sick. dinner with his brother, J. T. trial Friday on the charge, of shootmiseries and hoe up their com We are glad to report him very ' Meadows. ing Ballinger. waivod tho intro forts; sorrows are , visitors that much improved Miw Fannie'i Purcell and wife, of duction of testimony and were Mr. Oleve come without invitation, but com- McKinney has been right sick for Cincinnati, are with home folks on bond to await the action plaining minds sends ' a wagon to a few days -- rMr. and Mrs. W. T. for Xmas. of the Grand Jury. bring troubles in. Many people DeBord and little daughtor, D. L. Bryant Ins moved to the By reason of the fact that Dr. A. are born crying, live complaining attended the Xmas tree at gtoiOrtS r FATHH6 ClfifiSS Dr. Laswell .residence on Rich- vj. uiven is a member or tbe ana die disappointed; they chow Freedom the, 24th. A. L. Hatcher mond street. schcol board of the Graded sch-o- l, tho bitter pill which, they would was in Mt. Vrijpn last (Monday, t .Mrs. Lula Purcell of Ohio, was lie )s proiiibitou from .serving on hot even ,know to babitter if the Thompson. jMEi i the,'gu.est;(Mjs8irioberta Purcell t me ixiani m town wusiees. v.omeitaa me sense to swallow It Whple bas,returnea ' tpMt, Verpon, a(ter from vVodnosday untjl Monday. one will have lo appointed in his in a cup of patience and water.. spending two months with his I Mrs. Jop Albright is visiting stead. r, and Mrs. P. For Sale: hp, Huber parents tiere.---MTr, r the family ol her uncle, Mr. W. B. Thirty two of list of Rockcastle traction boiler und engine, in t H Shutts wore tho guests of Notick:-Mond- ay Whitehead.at "Whitehaven" farm. All parties guilty ot tresspass Jan. 5th, Bethurum & Lewis is the style citizens, appearing in another col- class condition ready for threshing Mr. and Mrs, G. E. Price Thurs ing upon my property in any way, 1OI4 is the annual election of the ol a new law firm in Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs.' Chas. C. Davis, umn of this iasue of .Signal, are or sawing. 1 No 3 Rusyel saw day and Friday. Master Robert will be nrosecuted and Mrs. Geo. to the full ex - 'officers of the Peoples Bank. All composed of Judge L. W. Bethurare with the Rev teleeraph oreratm-s- . Rockcaslle mill, rope feed, 65ft track, 30ft Sowderof Etna, is wltft his grandj stock holders requested to be pres for a few Tinsloy at Lexineton tent of tho law. um and Judge S. D. Lewis. parents, Mrnand MrsA. C; Sow-de...v ....U wm .uu,,. rvmiD u tarnagu, 3 good DlOCtCS, . I set Dec. RuraRT Mbnifeb. ent. flays. ; e ""; Key than any. other county .lumber trucks. 1 lathe mill, r out F. L. Thompson, Jr., Ben Purcell ol Reading. Ohio, on L. & N. between Louisville and oil saw und other things belongBEST COUGH MEDICINE POR Cashier. A TEX AS WON DER. with Ills parents, Mr. Jellico. was home ing to a mill not mentioned. 3 CHILDREN Mrs, Booth Purcell during and The Texas VVonder cures kidney near Ohesnut Abe Cbasteen shot a man, by the miles of Brodheadam very, glad to say a few t he holidays. and bladrer troubles; removing Grove school house. words in praise of Chamberlain's FOR FROST BITES AND at name of Hampton, near Wildie a CHAPPED SKIN Miss Eila Carson is a visitor grauel, curesriMabets weak and Cough Remedy writes Mrs Lida Car Singleton, few days since inflicting ra'her a Langdou dormitory this week. She ' all irregularities of the kidneys Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I For frost bitten ears, finger and Brodhead, Ky. serious wound. Hampton is in the Jan. will return to Maryville College, and in boty men and women. have used ittfor years both for my toes; chapped hands and lips, chil hospital at Riohinb'hd. Chasteen Now listen to this from the Regulates bladder Tenn., next week. troubles in children nndvrnyself and it never blains, cold sores, red and rough r" came in and surrendered and is Jewell County Repub ican: "Four fails to relieve and cure a cough skins, there is notning to equal -- ' tvn'ji ..M children. If not sold by your oroold. Notfamily with' children Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche now in jail awaiting the action ot i y thousand girls have taken the do druggist, will bo sent by mail on should be without it as it gives al- the pain at once and heals quickly. spent a few days with Mr. and tl e Graud Jury. raestic science course at the State receipt of $1.00. Onemall bottle most immediate relief in cases of In every home there should he a Lamp Oil Mrs. R. B. Mullins. Cough box handy all the time. Rest croup. Chamberlain's; OV MT. VERNON Agricultural College, three thou- in two months treatment, nd se Saves Eyes Mr. J. P. Mullins of Lovel MEMBERS sand at the State University and NoLhInff ia more imnnrttn in .h. COM MERClAJv CLUB tails to perfect al cure. Send Remedy is pleasant and safe to remedy for all skin diseases, itchGreen, who has been dangerously home than clear, steady light. Intura take, which,' Is ot great Impor- ing eczema, tetter, piles etc. 25c. .his by Retting the oil that burns J. W. Brown, E. B. Cox, Robt. two thousand at tbe. State Normal, for testimonials from his and other tance when a medicine must be All druggists or by mail. H.E 111, Is plightly better. clear and clean without a flicker Of these nine thousand girls states. Dfr) down to the lost drop, Pennsylvania W- - Hall, 2926 given to young children. For Bucklen & Co. Pniladelphia or St. Miss Mario Brock is with her Cox, Judge'L. W.. Bethurum, W. 4,2)0 have married, and not one crude oil refined to rierfectlon. Olive stroot, St Loujs, Mo. Costs no more than the Inferior Sold sale by all dealers. Lonis. Mrs. Albright and niece, G. McBoe, W. J. Sparks, J. F. out of tho whole bunch has tnnlcwagon oils saves MONEY saves 'Bister. asked by Druggist.': WORK saves eyes. S. U. Franklin, Griffin, U. G. Your dealer has 80LITE OIL In Mrs. Fish lot a few days. for a divorce. This shows that barrels direct from our works. Baker, Rev. G S. Watson, C. D. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH PUBLIC SALE ' A. H. Hamlin was here y ester- - Sutton, C. C. Williams, E. S Al- whon a man go'.s a good cook and , REMEDY COURIER-JOURNA- L Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. of moving his day. He is talkibg a good houseKeeper he prizes her The nndersigjied .administrator bright, Geo. Owens, Win. Poynter This remedy has no superior Lexington, Ky. Mt. Vornon. family back to so highly and treats her so fine of the estate of. Nancy J. Hunt Refinery at Warren, ra. Neal Parretl, Obas. C. Davis, F. for coughs and colds. It is pleasWe sell the celebrated "No Carb" Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Southard L. Durham, F. L. Thompson Jr.. that she never wants a divorce." will at the residence' of said Nancy ant to take. It contains no opium Auto Oil. and children of Henderson, are E. R. Goutry, CC. Cox,. Prof. J. or other narcotic. It alwajscures. J. Hunt near M.aretpurg, Ky., on DURING Last SatuJday was the regular For sale by all dealers. the 3rd day of January 1814 offer with relatives in the county for a Sr Irvine, W. A. 'McKenzie, M. J, annual election of officers of DECEMBER JANUARY for sale, at public outcry, to the few days. Lodge, No. 64O, F. & A. M., Miller, Dr. A. GLovell, J. A. fEBRUARY bidders, the fol R. N. Owens of Salem, Landrum, S. T. Proctor, Dr. when the following,otiicers were highest and i lowing person?) P'aperty: his mother near Brodhead, and Walker Owens, K&, B. Furnish) elected, appointed and installed: The SIGNAL, One span of wofk mules, about has made a special arrangement his brother, George Qwens, here W. H. Fish F. L. Thompson, Sr., A. B. Furnish, Master; E, B. - j T. J. Niceley, Cox, Senior Warden; E. R. Gen- 7 years old, Mpwjngftnachlpej haj whereby the Daily Courier-Journlast week. Jutneci Maret, ' can be furnished one year for Mrs. A. W. Soward, who was Jonas McKenzie, J. Fish, S.. 0. try, Junior Warden; J. II. Coffey rake, plows, qjjo rpatj wagon, fix with her Davis, V.C. Tate, W. L. Richards Treas.; Victor C. Tate, secretary; neaaoi nogs, jjye peaa ot sheep, $3.qq,-sI- x Sallie Uarmical, months $f ,75, by mail Miss 50 busEasSrfTBQjii jq crib, 1 sta.. daughter, visited, her mother Dr. W. D. Laswell aud Dr. Lee J. W. Par'sons, Tyler; (tiuuday not included) to all perlittle . S. hay, andldnB-ist&tiof bees, Ohesnut. sons who will give their orders t here last week. Senior Deacon; Wj. T. Dav- of Tho undersigned, under orders of court, will, on Terms ot safe on all amounts 0 us during ' Officers of Club are U.'G. Baker is, Junior, Deacon; S. F. Bowman, the months named Dock Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. or$5. and .uncjer cash in hand above. Better still, you can have Mrs. Georgia McOlure wero President, C. C. Davis, Vice Pres- anc" F, L. Thompson, Jjr , Stew- on all amoun.11) exfcess of $5, note Courier-Journaud ards. The annual officers ban- from purchasiif'will Mrs. J. T. ident, James Marot Sec'y.-Treaguests of Mr. and opproved se- the Dally This organization just one year quet will take place some time in curity, duo irfljje rijoriths w)th THIS PAPER one year each during Xmas. Meadows botween the hours of 10 A. M and 2 P. M.,at front door has done more for the January, announcement of which per com interest Mlnihan old Mr. and Mrs. M. T. of. Court Houfle in London, Ky., sell at public auction on j" W, Parsons,-Deccembevisited the latters mother during upbuilding of the town than any will be made later, 28, 1914, the a credit of three months the following property of estate After February j7'T9V3 Admr. Mrs. Minibari used other' movement ever started here. : Xmas week. Mosdames Cloo Brown and A. B. of Vincert Boreing, deceased, Daily Courier-Jonrn- a prjee of the It has brought about a bet.er Furnish were hostesses on last to be Miss Nannie Carmical. ad alone is $6.00 a year. Take feeling among members and citi- Friday evening, of at one of the most BETHURUM & LEWIS vantage of this specjal Bargain 10 Shares of Stock; Miss SallieReynolds, Mrs. W. has united the communi- deligntful open me zens and tings of tho A. McKenzie, Chas. Thompson, Offer at once and reduce the high pi Law ty under the motto of Shares of of Woman's Club. The President, Robt, McKenzie and Lloyd Cbcs cost of livingi.,:v which is not merely used for Miss Offices In Bqtuvum Bldg. SunMcCordf spoke briefly ot the nut were in East Bernstadt To got the advantage of (his cut ornaraontal purposes but is in work of the clubs in Kentucky Will practice in all. tbe Courts, day. ; rate, orders must be son$ us( not truth and fact a great stimulant Mr. and M" J, T. Gentry were to all in puttiug into effect those Mrs. J. W. Brown read a very in- AN IDEAL WOMAN'S LAXA- - to tho Courier-Journaeach "with interest Bonds of teresting paper on Leonardo da passengers on No. 23, Sunday, riyE things tending to the improvement Vinci, artist, of tho,mncli-talked-o- f of 10, Creek to Knoxville to visit filends. Who wants to take salts, or and betlermeu of our town and stolen " Mona Lesa," and Dr. Jet. county, They returned to Lebanon Co. The auxiliary club castor oil, when there is nothing Tuesday. 'Boone Way Booster Band has 150 Wisnar gave an interesting talk better than p.King's New Life on China. For particulars writo, or call on Pills for aHijjpwel troubles, They ind S. E. Isaacs Supt. of the South- live members, many of them liv II skin dlieates yield to III curatlvi proprti. ing in other, cities towns and The refreshments were delight- act gently and naturally on the me. a box. At mu vruTTjiiM, ern Mutual Aid Association with counties. stomach pud,llyer. stimulate pnd All wear the badgo (n ,ipl. tnt forinissiaiuH. nd book. "Ilwlikb sn4 CHy,hulluimi rwMMi t headquarters at Norton, 'Va , aud are good boosteis, pushing ful and have been pronounced by regulate yoyr bowels and tone np "? J" U.tL' JQ rrtf Bwn T U " ij If ".Administrator of Vincent Boreing, with his family spent Xmas waek tbe movement for building a several of the ladies wbohave been the entire, pystem. Price 25c. At L. M national highway from Cumber- on tho role of intertainmentas sur- all Druggists;' H. E. Bucklon & with the family of Mr. Co Phijideiphfo or St. Louis. passing anything In the past. land Gup to Crab Orohard. Davidson of the East side. ' Is one wise guy. -. ban-ville, Mrs. Ina Miller is in Mt. Vor non for two or stay., John Mageeis here from tty, Jah a, 1914 Mt. VeNoU, looking alter business mat' up "No. 79" wiun 17A ters. wan toCommunU'Za oat with SIGNAL Fred Purcell and his from St Louis, spent Xmas with relatives in Rockcaatle. J. Maurice Brown of Bern stadt spent from Fridnv until Monday with relatives here Miss Evelyn Gardner has re& NAIHVIUC n. R. Co. llouiifUlc turned from a pleasant' stay of ten ,TIMK TABLE. days at Elizabethtown and Louis 22 north ,4.59 p m ville. ' 24 north f.. ... .... 3:53 a m Charlie and Jarvis Noe, sons of 28 south n:43 am T N. Noe who have, been in the 21 South 12:19 am Philippines for the past three IAS. Iandrum, Agent years havo returned home. Phone No. 8. Mrs. Henry Catron of Lincoln couuty, and children have been Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoffice with relatives here:audin the u stcond'Cim mall matter. county during the holidays. ML VERNON SIGNAL J. The mun who agrees with, yctt T. II M'L.'J'; MIllllH : lIMl . .,',r-.v-j.- IllHI - lITnii ., III III ., III f- i fiitrlSmi infes'tifiS n tiffgrtmSk Tir7uir mmF TiBJfciMssiajwBj M LKTEL (JKEEtf, jrr. """ ifMMi a 4fak ; .1. ntKT!9m 79 El nl YOU GET D, WILL THE BEST CLOTHES 10, 15 X IN AMERICA, Florsheim - - SHOES At and 20 Atty-elec- - STETSON HATS DOLLARS WHEN t, YOU BUY ARROW SHIRTS post-offic- COLLARS O'Bryan GUARANTEED CLOTHES FISH'S - SEE THAT YOUR NEXT '- SUIT BEARS THE FISH LABEL rela-tive- We Stand By What You Buy. I Car-tell- e, . J THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES 11 li.-s- - r. iq-tf- t'-.- -- - 'I 2-- m the w i' that ', DAILY AT HALF PRICE . As'i-lan- d Ind-vis-i- ted al BANK STOCK FOR SALE 17, " . Al-brig- s, al Saturday January to-w- '14 to-da- y r For Only $3,50 I "Co-operatio- Attprpy . l. .0 2 Bank Mt Vernon, Ky. Stock, First National Bank London, Ky. from $1,000.00 Nov. 906, Straight Mineral - John IS. Gorging, LONDON, KT. rr- - ti to mfm. tSmaitJSMtOtSBt rI 1 H . -- V; ' vuv) mi a,,. d itf ' ... ,.Vgfwe . i'U- ,l?sJ IS'la 211 TITfJ ucJ tUf a "ilin i rt" I vua4 I I ii Chief Here are several reasons why I trade at C. C. Davis'Drug Store: HEOAUSIi Quality considered, his orice can't he beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays: customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE -- Things wo got at Chap. C. Davis' Store aro all right. HECA USE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will bo made vight. 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-Ch- as. 0. Davis is nevet grouchy if you don't buy. M. Ealfcab.vVdri Balkan peace contrrvnc-WITHER J tbeCaVBukharesL 'Hl'.n Storms A wlndetorm caused a o oi Bohtol cl sed ut this place Dec. .00Q,ori, Washington. DC II. FlrefThe Flory MnpufarturlnR piani at Bangor, Pa., burned, loss upwuril 10th, and it seems that Kmmet of 11,000.000 Milting mieli y Anders-oi- l lias AUGU8T. lonely Mnoe that time 'Vu ho)i 1 Pedestrlantsm, Kdward Payson Wes (on,, the pedestrian, arrived tit Mllwnu-kee- , days passed iff Very quiet nt this Events ending his walk of 1.54U miles tionl pluce. MtiHins visited hjs New Yprk city, whence he stalled Juno 1 uran I p routs, Mr, and Mrs A. Twelve Months. Mining 'Accident: IV miners Killed in u Cummins and oilier relatives tit colliery accident at Tower City, Pu 4. Yar Game: Wur game between baitlo-- . Mi. Vernon during Xm.ts. Miss ships, torpedo-boatand submarine ot the nofth Atlantic fleet arid foi ir at Mnggie Mulljns has been visiting DAILY RECORD. the eastern end of Long Island c unci opened with Admiral Charles J B Lei her cousins, Misses Susio Ander In command of the enemy (nav) i ind son and Mary Mullins.. Hacrisnn i nd Gen T, IL Barry head of the Ing army, History of thojworld Told In rew and wife have moved to ObituaryrUcorga Hitchcock, notcdAiin painter, on the Inland of Mot rn link on cotjnty, and John Martin Paragraphs, IIolland;iagcd C3 nd wife hnvo moved to where Mi Personal: Iteslgnatlon of IL L. Wllnon amba&Rjidor to Mexico, accepted by lh Drew leA. Edward, the'iltle so THE YEAR'S OBITUARY ROLL. Sportlngf Peter Vola made a neu of Spencer Mullins still remains world's trotting record for and Ddlit-Mnllinat Kulnmatoo, going the flrsl mile In very sick v '111 Inn It" r UIULI luIJ - ben 1 of the' "fast .v..y,...y(yxvlv,,WC.AT Maxvvvx - Children Cry for Fletcher's Etill SHORT s ;ryvv'CccsNxscv Always Bongltt, di-- and which hns hocn Tho Kind You Have lu uso for ovor SO , years, has uornotho signature onnd lias been niauo under Ills pcrS?-Jfl-sonal supervision sine Its Infancy. Allow no ono to deceive you In this. " nro hut All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd " Jlxperintcnts thnt trlflo with and endanger tho health of lufuuts nnd Children Kxpcrlcnco against Experiment. Jtist-as-good s Political Affair, Sporttug, Personal Dd 1:09 Mlaceltuneoua Itcnia Loaa of LlfHUd Property by. Accident, Shipwreck., Storm uud ConUu-gratloA Chronological Review. nt Fire.' niyer Mountain House, a 'amour hotel In the Blue Ridge ut Pun' Mai Pa., destroyed by tire; loss about 00. 0C0 TM spent the day Suudax, vith tlioir'friends, Master Homer, nd CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Pnre a harmless Castorla is Oil, Mists Nell nnd Gtaco Bui-oce JUNE, 1 Obituary: F. A. Ober. ornithologist and ..author; t Hackenaack. N J.; aged t5 Alfred Auitliv poet laureate of Eng- -land.' at Ashfard, England: aged 7S. E. V Weatoo atarled rcdeatrlanlarai from New Tprk clly on a walking ma,tch to iJlnneupolla. expecting to cover 1.44$ miles In CO days. 4 Sporting! Aboyer won the Engllah Derby. I. Itallroad Accident: S kllltd, many In a railway collision at Btam x ford. ConrT. Sporting: RockYlaw wop the Brooklyn Derby Obituary: C. IL Cramp, noted sblpbultd,-- er, In Philadelphia; aged S3. 7. Sporting: Jeroms D. Truvera won thv New "Jersey golf championship, defeat Jng.OawaJd Klrkby 3 iif and 1 to play i. Obituary: Dr. C. A. llrlggs, noted tlno loglsn onco tried for, heresy, lu Now York city; aged 71 Dr. U Forbes Wlnslow, noted Bngllsh alienist. In aged 60. Fire In a business block In 8prlngflcl, Mo , caused a toss of ovor Try Him. mm IPhona 20. "Silver Plate that Wears 99 ' fc 3k&? ,i t . nuo.ooo. irl 3r mt?g Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated plating, silverware bearing the trade mark M1 ROGERS BROS, has been renowned for quality, wearability and beauty. electro-silver :v ti stamped .on,., forks, spoons and fancy .serving pieces is a guarantee qf heaviest plating, perfect workmanshipand ny exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service, article of silverware marked 1247 ROGERS BROS, may be selected without further investigation. Send for catalogue Sold by leading dealers everywhere. ' "CL," showing all patterns . Spgrtlngs Americans ,pon the first game of "(tie Internatloasl polo championship match at Mradpw brook, N ., by tU goals to 3 for the English team dirigible Aviation; Count Zeppelin to Vienna, 430 rnlles, ubout. In 8 hours, beating train time., which U IIH hours, by over t hours. Political: The British lious of commons passed to a second reading tho homo rule for Ireland bill In the face of fiery opposition M. Turkey: tJclicfket Pasha, grand vlzlor of Turkey, Ohfcanlnated In the alrecla of Conatanllnople 12. IMililpphiea: C American soldiers killed an U wounded In a battle between troops and Moros. , 14. Sporting: American team won the deciding game In International polo match at Mcadowbrook, N,. T., defeating the Kngllsh team by 4H to "414, 10. ,, Baden-Bade- n go'als. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., MERIDKN, CONN. Anniversary) 2Sth annUersary of the reign of Umperor William of Ucrman celebrated by ceremonies In Berlin. Obituary: Delia Fox, popular light opera actress, In New VorUj aged 4L It Convention: American Medical association met In Minneapolis. it. sporting; New worlds record for-. a ,,.. n,n. ... .. Uk COULD SCARCELY . WALK ABOUT And For Ttree Summers ,Mn. Any of Her Housework. Vin- cent Was Unable to Attend to believe I wouV nave died if I hadn't taken it. After I begar taking Card'il, I wa' greatly helped, tnd all three bottles relieved me entirely. I fattened agod C4. SporUng; Olllljvlokla voa tne Ascot Der by at Ascot Ucatli, rCuglsnd 19. itallroad Accident: IS killed, 30 Injured In a. head-ocollision of electric trains at Vallejo. Cal tlw Sporting: 8rucuie. pri the varsity eight oard race, dfftatlng Cornell, time I minutes 2SS-- Tieconds. U'lilsk Broom II, won the .Brooklyn Handlc.ip Ilnrvard non tbe deciding game-Ithe championship, baseball series nlth Tallin Brooklyn; score S to I. U Kxploslon: 7 killed and many Injuren by explosion or mill dust In the I lusted . Milling plant,' Buffalo . Cold Wave: Snow In tlassachusetts Obituary: George Thatjcher, old at East Orange, N J.: ageo , n 5 RflRfnn flm 17 rnlnnlna &14J1 !WM, II. Obituary; Thomas A, Janvier, Jourhul-- , 1st, and author. In .New fork city Boston Athlctlo .nJ.i.Hn.-- r.t.w t,.,,.. ,- 1 i Tour: J. Ii. Mrurs arrcd n. Thomas Anderson, of this-jheNew York city, ending an Hi'otind thi visi ed his brother, Mr world trip ip V Jays, p hours. 3u mln utes and 44 seconds, a record, enry Anderson, of Clintonville Obituary: Roberta Ogden, philunthro put, at Kennobunkporw Me ; aged 77 iluriig XniBS .Mlsscs Sallie, Convention; International congress o Ada and Dora Mullins visited Miss rnedlclne opened In London. 7, Explosion: Benslne explosion In thi Ethel Davis, of Mt Vernon durUnion Petroleum works. Philadelphia caused a loss of $HH00O Miss Pearl ing the holidays Aviation 'Acc'ldent: CnpL 3. K. Cody is visiting her cousin, aeronaut, killed al Aldershot, England, by the fall of a Miss Zeltna Brown, of Level war aeroplane, which he piloted fni the government. Gr en Fred Mullins is in OklaI. War aame: In the army and nnv) homa visiting his sisters, Mrs. war game In Long island sound (navy) was victorious, fori-ln-i Prank Gofoith and Mrs, James a passage at 3 forts defended by airm forces. Clarlc. 10. Political: New alien land law, ami Japanese, went Intoeffeci. in Cullfnrrili Balkan War; Peace treaty betni-ot- i llul . HOWS THIS garla against Servlu and Hun v mania was signed at Bukhnieiit Wo offer One Hundred Dollars IL Obituary: Gen i:dunrd K Jones, cul war veteran, hero of the fmiich through Rewurd sor any cuse of Catarrh ISO), and nuti-Baltimore April. 19, In cured by Hall's politics and commerce, at Blnghamtoii that cannot be Cafrtrrh Cure. N. Y.; aged S5 It Obituary: August Bcbct. Oerinan so F. J C henoy & Co., Toledo, O clallst leader, ut Zurich; argM M We the undersigned, haveknowi Ptrsonali Governor Wllllum SuUei nl New York. Impeached by the aitseitihlt ?. J. Cheney for the 1 st 15 years It Obituary: Rear Admiral Silas Cos, and believe liitn per ectly honor-tbl- e U S- - Ki, retired, veteran of the cUi war, at Warm Springs, Va,; aged 72 in all business transactions, 17. Personal:' Harry K. Thaw, slayir oi md finaiic ally able to carry oa Stanford White, escaped from tbe state any obligations made by hi-- , firm. asylum for Insane criminals at Mat teawan, N. Y. Nutional Bank of Commerce, Shipwreck: 40 lives lost ut the wreck ot Toledo, O. tho State of California In Gambler bay Hall's' Catarrh Cure is taken inoff Alaska. It, Personal :,Cd birthday of tba Kinperoi ternally, acting directly upon ibv Franz Joseph celebrated tluoughou blood aud mucous surfaces of k. Aumta and Hungary. XI .Obituary: i:mlle Olllvler, noted premfei system. Testimonial' ent of France undor Nupoleon 111, at An Price 75 cents per bottle. Sola France; ngisl s9 y flporll 'K' Dliectnm r. made a world't by all Druggists. pjclog trcord of Mt.'1, at Goshen, N Take Hull's Family PiUa for Convention, rot ti International peace con 'Otistipation. . 'giCKit ieii,-ut The Hague Kite tl,?oa.liuv lots b lira in the far too district of Jersey CHy CHRONIC CONSTIPATION 3 allscelhineuus. J Hevbolrt for 40 3ar an astronomer nn Madisoi ,CUUED Hquuro. ew York, and U A It vet eran. died In Hoboken N J Luke "Five years ago ha-- the worst Ma tin, "fast or tho Crous. died neai case of chronic constipation I ever Saginaw,. Mich,; aged atinul IV0 vnrs .'4 d perantq knew of, und Chamberlain's Conveiiikn: International ronztrsKiiooened u .llrrne with t.lOu m;," writes S. F. Fish, dylegnterAresen t, , , jj For'sale by all 17 i icusua Brooklyn, Mich. Tex. loss:H.lK.i) dealers. ' 7 Tirefl.nyisi lo. ov tho In tho Smith lompanj iCluhihei ulirts ut Bay Point. 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Sporting Pennant won the Futurity at Saratoga, Springs, N. Y. Arcldrnt; 9 killed by explosion of boilers of Hiranmr Allco on the Ohio at Coraop. Mexico President Wilson delivered a to congiess nn the situation In QUAIL. the Mlraflores locks Continued lU'xt week. WONDERFUL COUGH 64. -- Pleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. 1 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 iL,wore off, tip, and grew so much suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an- other person altogether." Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-actinIts ingf vdicnts have a mild, tonic effect, on the womanly constitution. Cardui make for increased strength, improves the appetite, tones up the nervous system, and helps to make pale, sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more, than a mllllor weak women, during the past 50 years It will surely Jo for you, what it has done for them. Try Cardui today. Balkan War: Bulgarian troops defeated In battle with Servians at Zlolovo Macedonia, , A. Hportlng:on the tVilsk Broom fl Suburban llainllcap. beating a 9 year world's record by running a mile and a quarter In 2 minutes Hat. Accident; II persona drowned by the Sinking of a tafl ferry near Leech burg, Taj 4. Accident! It persons, dro ned. by .the tollapie of a bathhouse gangway on Merrlmao river at Luwrrnce, Muss. Hot Wave:- - Record breaking hcut day In Chicago; thermometer 102 on street level: 4$ deaths ; JULY. I. Veteran rteunlonr Opening of the Blue and Ora reunion at Gettysburg to celebrate the COtti anniversary of the bat- "REMEDY Drl King's New Discovery i known everywhere as the retned.x which will sunly stop u cough or of Eiilron King's Net Discovery is the most wonderfrl cold and threat and lung I ever sold in my tore It cnH bo beat. It sells without any trouble tit all. It needs m guqrthtee " This is true, hecaiibi Dr. Ring's Now Discovery will eliifve the most ohstinateof cougiu ind colds Lung troubles quickl, helped by its use. You shouh ccppaboitl'e in the house at nl Hues for all tho members of the "Rtnilv. A' 50c. and $1 00. Druggists or bv mail, H E Huclldn'& Co., Philadelphia oi St. Louis. cold. D P. Tenn.Wiitrs: "Dr. Lawson nil, -- 1 was certainly in a dreadful state of Writt to: ClutUt2i MfJIdnt Co., Udltt' Adhealth, when I finally decided to try visory Dpf.. Chatuoooji, Tnn., for Special itructioiu on ynut cue and p4pf t book, "Home Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 firmly Treatment (or Woinia," KM lo plain uraptxr, 5 r . V. t l 4. 184.108.40.206, Obituary; Henri tlochcfort, noted French politician and duelist. In Paris; aged b3 .Gettysburg Anniversary: Military dnj at reunion; annlyeisar) of tho battle of l.lttle Hound Top GoUyjburs Anniversary: Anniversary M Pickett's charge, ,the climax or the batlo of Gettysburg, cetrbiated on tlif field tle. UNDERTAKES Our lino of Couch Caskets is unexcelled i i: 1! Coffinsfujnisljcd Hearse senl to all parts of Hand-made i i ho County .: All orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. A. Phone 94-- k,KT. VEMQNA ex, l . JX rMfrrTir?wr I 13$X.$DK&IC 1 38D33LCV 1. yb Sstd-dLle-s rup-leathersa- tta SettysbuigAnnlvers.iry: President Wilson addressed the vetorans at Gettys .ljurg; 'close of tho SOth upnlversaiy re union, I. Convorjtlonf jNatlotml Rducutlonal as- 'social lsf met at Salt Luke City. ft. Convwitton; Inlornntlonal Institute oi , , Agriculture openrd n Homo, j Perry Memorial church servicer and other ceremonlea'at tillo. Pu , to c'ommemorutB I'eny's naval victory orfl ... unko icrle In 1113 r i4 , M Obituary: Gen H HUrd Urubb r clvli" war veteran and diplomat,, at Kearny, N J.; aged 71 t .Nat'fonnl bank rinonclah of Pittsburgh cloiid Its doors.' tying up about IW,OCU,000 In deposits, ', I. Halkaa War; Tuikoy'scnt ah.' ultimatum to Bulgaria lo evacuate Turkish i tvrrltArf, 'OoFventlor)p,NutluiiaL Dental association City met X OBUuaryj Dr llontielJayne, .nolnl oi eloglst. at, Wnlllnxford, Pu ; lHtr.l 44 Mexlcot United Stotci Ambassador to Mexy- - Henry suminoped " from his post to Wushjugton , yar: Koutnauiun troops U, Balkan territory following a Bulgarian declaration pf war by King Charles of .rjoufnanla. ft, , II uTrFlrp In the plant of.theflaslteir company at Michigan A Banker Cor City, Jnd .caused a loss of f,000,ooo. It AvUtlorr.VKWn Letort, French aviator. Hew frdrhrwja.to Berltn.-rKmiles air flpi-oiai.First-Second 4 Lane-Wilson I ' ' Js,iinssssW. I l" I' - aasasNI BssK3is(9i(?LKdLJt I ''' I III V 9BsbVBBBBBBSSV VBeaiiti'fy Your Home With Born to the wife of Sam ProcMFG. CO. HKKJ-r- a tor, on tho 28th, a fine bov. Incorporated. Mother and babe both doing well. Mrs. Daniel Proctor is slo.vly improving Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Elder visited his brother, Walter, at Eubanks, from Friday uniilj Sunday. Born to the wife of Hugh! McBee on the 30th, a boy. J, A. Proctor sold his farm and will loavo soon for Iowa. -- W. D. Cummins is slowly improving. Mrs is ready offer to the public Wiluioth Elder is able to be out again, Amos Cordial and Nelson Sparks are very busy hauling straw. J. W. Slrinners' family oiFerpd in Hookcnstlo county. My stock of goods is new, spent Sunday, with MelvinOens fover 1 ami am not jioing to Jet thorn get old by holding. for high G. W. Cummins, of Bertha, has priced. Come now and share in tho Bargains. Here aro a f oved to the Snodgrass pluce. few prices so as to give you an idea as to how things are going .V, E. Taylor and family visited Shoes at the lowest prices good )avid Adams last week. Nels : CALICO, all shades, per yd. 5c leatner can oe sold at. Best POPLIN goods, Regular Spurks, the nmrksmiti, has done price 20c & 25c per yd. now GROCERIES-- vI carry a full line veil through Xmas. He shot per yd 15c going at, and I defy com petition. thirty shots and k'ul 'd three rab- ) Best GINGHAMS made, If you fail tp come to my store its and wounded another. per yd 9ie you are going tor miss bargains. HIS STOMACH TROUBLES t also have a nice lot of PANTS, I do not carry any bankrupt stock and prices you never heard of nor biirn.out goods. My goods OVER. before. are now afid clean. Also remem- Mr. Dyspjptic, would you not ike to feel that your stomacu SHOES I carry in stock the fam- ber that I pay ihe highest market ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. roubles were over, that you could at any kind of food you desired Look For The Sign W. L. OVERBAY on the Imitation Brick Bldg. vithout it jury? That mny seem jou that you do not 50 unlikely t 'ven hoj'e fo an ending of your rouble, but permit us to nssuro VV. A. CROMER, Manager voutliat it is not altogether impos- can. be cmed ible. If others permanently, nnd thousands hnvo been, why not vou? John 14, Barker, of Battle Creek, Mich , is He "1 was oneof them. troubled with heartburn, tion( nnd liver complaint until I qsed Chamberlain's Tablets, then , Sold by my troubles was over." A''4 all dealers. , i KENTUCKY PAINT ANNOUNCEMENT PN E HILL'S now to N EW STORE the Grandest BARGAINS I I W. L. Overbay, SELLS THE pfeV '"JONAS McKENZIE Selz Shoes "ROYAL BLUE" I " vt--i '.,,.'' D JH3 OunbM no aotu ..moo-- b 9nuinii uoutMf rwinrs ., SsF'i,I,IbOI4KJB jBSisiiiBsiiiiiTtCliiji yourftoora or furniture, ypu .can easily restore tbem, to fdrmsr beauty and brightness wltb'a cost of Pea Cee The coal Is small, the results are greet .4?9fhow4lmo-WDrn F you need a good pair of shoes it- -' Padded Sewed and new Stirrps ahdStir reasonable price - Men's 5adcJ.es, qew,, $4.00 and.up Ladies' Saddles, new, $5.00 and up Old Main Street bnok pf Court House. . W.T.DAVIS $X$3KX$& : f Los Angeles, Cal. 15. Obituary: Daniel Dowllngj survivor, of the famous charge of tho Light brtgado In 1654, at Utlca, N. v.; aged IL U, Personal: Robert Bridges appointed Doet laureate of ECncland. .',. ' '' Balkan War: Turkish troops fL Aananopie atter expelling tn fjuiga- -' rlan garrison, ? China: Rebellion' against the Trtpiibllo broke out Jn Chna. 3 provinces declare tag, their Independence f clotblHg-faa B. .Fire Dleasten' tory at BlnnhanHqn. N. T., reHtedjln ( 7 5. V4k. , "! t slsted aufitluck of, rebels, a( BhanahilJ FJr-ln-.o' II Acctdenti II persons killed and 1&0 n, Jured In a collision of electrlo trains at O matter how badly scratched your " is to your interest tp examine the Selz line befdfe you buyv lYj3TYan3N HsTnow3rNoraNV tinoo "yoiivids BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs tEE GEE comes la 11 Natural Wood colors. White, Cold aufd Silver Enamel. AllsUes, Try It today PEASLEl-dAUtBERT CO. 1 iuseuindii jo oJ mmiHVfil ' lNCFOJUftQ .;H 1 Mauftii.urer LOUlsyitLE, KY, JONAS, McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. i 'FM I'll'Ki AND HIDES . ""JifTi ai j Kiunmri-i- M Ufe?.sHriatJtuMi:Loughlln aYUDSlMSUL. wjn'iu i.inin a cnamnan, o( 3yc&d&cfr the united States, who defeated the English champion, Charles p. Dixon, at, 1 U. G. BAKER n HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on CommlMlon. Write tor lilt mentioning Ihli ad. atn oinoHs ownKami JOHN WHITE & CO. SatablUhed 1887 jttfwVmBS