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'.te- -i ?? . ,iua&.as.-r tm t r THdT tv ir-.-- r?Z.J- W- - " ' . . t J r V "I-. ' m-v ' ' . "TL,-- - 1, - - - if wim' ? . . u4 - -- Uk -. -- STr y O. -- V JBpipfV JT; Published ;Every Friday . -- JMPIItif; MT. VERNON, WHERC SOME WIPII j2PJiUI(GlI 2, 1914. BROUHKAU. Mr. and Mts. , Established 1887 NUMBER 14 volume xxvrr. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY4 JANUARY OP ROCK- - railroad president, Chicago. Chas. Parsons, telegraphing on K. U. riTI7PNQ Robert B. MiHcr,dr.iiRgJst, Knov- J Y ,ville,Tehn. M." rAQTI P'3 Att By SbTrley Tate IU-UA- "J. Drurgist, Sweet R.E. Albright WANTED! HAT suit always lboks well on him.,, That's what you want men of judgment to think when thev see you. iivery- day dressiness, week in and week out, depends mostly on lasting shape on your clothes. 44 Dr. George Frith was here from Tellico Plaius, Toun., and spent a few dav. wjtb, bis parWell, we're going to get them. ? By supplying ents, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Frith, last week. A. M.. Hiatt was in their no line in giving them Mt. Vernon between trains Tues. day. Miss ClydeWatson is spendlower prices and better treatment. shall buy in Caring a few' days In Mt, Vernon with Mr.-- and Mrs: F. L Durham. load quantities, thereby enabling to beat all competition. Mrs. J. J.' Albright and little son are spending a? few days in Mt. Yernon with Mr'and Mrs. F. L. Durham W. E Ejeeoe, was up from Crab Orchard, Tuesday. All our winter goods will be cut to a fraction of their cost. Misses MsryrErpctor &nd Hally Barnes are spending a few days Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' and Children's Coats, Fla. Geo. D, French, assistant in Mt. Vernon, this week- .- Rev. purchasing agent G. & S. J. R. A. J. Pike and son; Goebel, are in Cloaks and Shoes, Dress Goods, UnderW. R. Allen, Lexington, spendjhgr a few days Port, Miss. Secretary Kentucky Motor Co., with Mr. and Mrs. Jqhn Evans. Stoves, Ranges, wear, and everything. Covington, Ky. Jloscoe Norton, John Fijie was up Irom, Lebanon Piue-villlogging in Pine .Mountains, Junction, Tuesday. Miss Ella Mrs L. B. Adams, Misses Carson is in Mt. Vernon spending Ida May and Elizabeth Mtt Adams; a few days with 'friends. Mrs Jack and Lytle Adams, Los, Vula Reynolds has returned home rAngeles, California. M.B. MoCluve after spending the past month in train dispatcher's office, Jackson, Indianapolis, Ind. A. M. Hiatt Ky. R. .A. Whitehead, railroad was in UanviUe on business tirst -construction, LewUburgr "Tenn. of the Veek- - E. S. Albright, the Richard Sowder, soldiering, U. g Signal man, was down from Mt. Army. Hugh aiid Walter Miller Vernon, Monday- .- Dr W. Carter grocery business, Afton Okla. was called to Shelbyyille. on the and family, accouut of the serious illness'Of Houston McFerron wintering at Wildwood, Fla. W. his hrother, last week. Mrs. L. J. Sparks and faniUy, wintering B. Hjlton and Mss Jane Gorman, in Louisville. S. W, Davis and. ot Stanford, ate Xmas dinner with Mystic, Breckenridge Mr. and Mrs J. R. Cass. Mr. and family, county, Ky., where Mr. 'Dauis is Mrs. Rals Wilmott are the proud in ballast crushing business. Otto parents of a fine boy. Brodhead Reynolds, braking,. Danville, Ky ; Lodge, No. 586 F. &A. M. electday njgjt at tileir han and a ban- - bacco man, was here a few days Willie B. Myers, traveling sales- ed the following officers last Sat- are on the sick list this week. J. C. Dtttinan has been holding quet wm also be given free to ago and Informed the writer that man, Piueville. Charlie j Adams, urday evening ; R. L- - Smith, r telegraphing Flanagan, Ky, Clove Master ; Guy .Roberts, senior down the second trick, at depot every body. A nice timeis look-- 1 he had been almost the during the vacation of Chas. C. ed for. Mr. J. F. Neighbors is state, selling tobacco and he made Flanagan. Warden; H... S- - Snivel, Junior Hays, telegraphing, Tribble Bryant, telegraphing, Warden; W. E Gravely, Treas- Hurt. "The Rev. R. B. Baker has acting chief dispatcher in the ab- - more sales in Livingston than any one lown, that he had visited and heen called by the Christian sence of Mr. R. J. Lemonds Jonah Bryant, telegraphing John Robins added to skill- Paris 111. E5mer Carpenter and urer; Francisco,- - TylerSecretary; church next year.. He tilled his Mrs. Wm Preston and children that our little city was coming to "Shape is as much Danville ; Wm. Walter the Well George Furgeson, firing locomo- Robins, Senior Deacon ; Cash regular appointment last Satur- are visiting in Lebanon Jet. and jnst front. ahead if we can keep a little of ful tailoring explains tive C. S. Danville. Martin Jones Hiatt, Junior Deacon ; W. T. day and Sunday' of other cities during Christmas hol- we are satisfied and atMt. Vernon present we idays. Mr. Sam Ward of Chicago are leading. There were two telegraphing, Winchester.' Dr. W. Brooks and T. F, Watson, Stew why Clothcraf tClothes A. Jones, practicing physician. ards. The Cbrisamas tree at the Clothes as the cloth LI TIN OS TON. is visiting relatives here. Mjss Xmas trees here, Christmas-eve- , Nettie Rice is visitinsr relatives one at the Baptist and one at the Ky. Will teleon the sewed anew hold their shape as long Irvine, Tunnel Adams,Russel Graded School building decided ttnhnrt. MfiClure har rjurchased in Stanford this week: Mr. and Christian churches. Mrs. R. B. self Hill. graphing, evening of ihe24lh, wa&a Sams of Paris has htftn vieitino-- -.W.VU0 Proctor, telegraphing McRoberts success, and the trees were loaded a farm of C. C. (Jromer in Ford Mrs. W. B.Rice of Paris, after relatives nere lor t.hf TVlOf fam held in every stitch as the clothes last Mr. and, days. John Lair soent afew Frank McClary, bookkeeper, Con with presents. Mrfcb is due Mrs. hollow, and is moving his family spending Xmas with dv: Mrs. C. B. Rice and Prof. W. R m our xown tne past week- .- Thos. solidated Coal Co., Jenkins, Ky. W. F. Carter for .the manner in there and Sam Graves is moving is only one cf Will Fain, telegraphing,. Willow' which the following programme his family to the property vacated and Mrs Dicker'son has returned .vmuiBttimee vvasuer were in itfs tailored in to stay Louisville latter part of last week. Ky. Peyton Reynolds 'and Lee was carried out ; Song, Christ- by McClure. The writer received home. Mrs.. John Mullins is visitdepend on the points covered in Chandler, railroading at Corbin. mas Joy ; Scripture reading and nresents Xmas ior which we are ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cottongim 'does baveretvrned fiom Louisville. H. G. and J. A Sutton, farming prayer by the Rev. A. J. Pike; very thankful to the givers and B. Lair at Rose Hill. Messrs W. Ld Cottongim is studying tele- the Clothcraft pressing Montezuma, Iowa. Luther Mul- - Song, The. Story Sweet ; Oration, hope at a future date to also re- A. Rice, G. W. Martin, Joe O'- - graphy at Hazel Patch. Mr. Conn lins, railroading, Cincinnati. J. T. Back to Bethlehem, by Miss Clyde ward them. J. W Sams was in Mary and C. J. Rice attended the Ashe'r of Paint Lick is visiting-hisister, makes these Gentry, conductor, Lebanon Jet Watson-- ; Song, The Angel Host, Cincinnati during the holidays Masonic banquat at Lebanon, Davis, Mrs. L. H Davis. L. alone gives shape tee is erecting a dwelling on H. na rt jonn u. ana i nomas Taylor, in by. Choir; Scripture Reading, Dr. W- - T. Amyx was in Louis- Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. the lot purchased from the Bow hold will clothes such wonderful ventors St. Louis, Mo. Judge R. Miss Etta Cable;" Song, Will ville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A Blanford and daughter, Miss man estate on Main St. Mrs. G. G. Williams, :Commonwealths At. Roses Bloom in Heaven, by Miss 0. M. Griffin of Renick, spent Ella, were in Louisville Wednesday W. Martin and children are visittp be in values Judge L W. Bethumm, Sheriff ing relatives in Stanford. Mr. L. last shape torney, Covington, ""Ky. Stephen busie tlicks. Jonn Sieman was- Xmas with relatives here.Hrs. M. Westerdeld of Paris, was here L. Whitehead- druggist, Tampa, in Mt. Vernon, between trains, Matilda Woodall has returned Niceley and Judge elect G. M. today between trains. Mr. West-erfiel- d are you these- - clothes before the Fla. Dr. G. CPrlce, practiping Tuesday. is first Uick dispatcher at J F. Watson was from Lodge City, Kansas, where Ballard were here between trains bunday. We will .have a new- Paris. He once was chief disphysician, Jtfdsou Ind. JaUnes "called to see his brother, W. T. she has been visiting relat ves. us a chance Sputbard, eXtr-gan- g ing to iron touches them L. & Hr R.-R-. Watson, at Nina, near Lancaster,, Miss1" MabeTNicely is with home Police Judge Tan. ist. Mr. M. patcher at this place and later was folks-darinMiss Summers will be Judge Summers dispatcher for a nirmber of years. Henderson, Ky. Henry Cattoh, the holidays All-woolclthor- to show you these,in-sure- d' farming near Cedar creek, Lincoln T?bursdayv. who is dangeroiislv JU. Bonnia Niceley of Mt. Vernon, on that day, and we hope and W. G. Niceley has been on the oth MChas. Soar3,and Chas RashlMI sick list lor a few days but is betcounty. Vicfc, Everett and Jack out again, after being shut .up, for has returned home after a few look for a good administration present. Mr. and Mrs. clothes ? and Nice-ley- . Mr. and Mrs. J. Hays has re- ter at Gilford B. Brown arerailroadingin Mon.taoa.. Lthe past s wjth .small pox. days visit with Miss Mabel .Walter of Pinevaie. spent Christmas in our little town turned from Paris and Cincinnati, Xmswith Mr. and Mrs. Joe J, H. Parsons, railrJad.contrac-- . The boys wm inf an old hojtl tor Temple Texss. W.J. New-com- about west of" the passed off quietly, very little where they have been for the past Sambrooks. his Mr. W. R. Hanks family to Krofa Edgewood poultry yards, fair grotuKis.!and the matter was drinkingi no rackets or .fights and week visiting relatives. Mr. and has moved and has taken charge of a section Fort Worth, Texas. J. E. Houk,, kept soSifUat people right in, we simrjlv had a love, 'least. We Mrs. N. H. Oliver were in Louis- at that place Jackson Lodge No. i town ville last week shopping. Mrs. S j. ttie-'bemerchant, Jamestown,' Ind. 731 elected the folio wing i officers ot the cases? don't "claim to have :towa' very Dec. 27 to serve the ensusiaapyear: Whitehead, druggist, Williams" Dr AV?E.-sjGravelhad charae of on the map but b e wjll be found K. Hellard who has: been z. OjCW 7?vzC eavXo 6A. Ko&rzA&taJb some timeissome better. Mahlan Summers W. M.; JH. uAtSfSKxxxn out of sick-fo- r burg. Bain Carson, assistant ban IlirKafearuhrs treatment and thejbest water t M.iss:Ella Mae Blanford has re- Browning, S. W.; D. L. Lindsay, cashier, Tellico Plains: --TenK? (jewiagaenf jofHthe cases were theSirth snd & jPwasapleasure . Mahaffey Tyler; J. P. E. L, :txii..-oTlturned, from a few days visit with J. W ; Casper Adams, locomotive firenHii very sufafcos gfitljn-.- every parties in tke placid wa 4 Drummond, Sec'y.rW H.'Co'.ton-,gifeVTg m relatives" at Packsville. Mr. W. jHarrisburg, 111. Koscoe Gnmtf Treas.; T. C. Weick, Trustee. pirBboyswere exposed wfij rivirand,'Webclieye? BulToci of Lebanos, .has re- t aiid'Fred Purcell, railroading St. in. Tennessee, vana.assoo as tne e will bereferrl I. H. Browsing was in.SWmford iKaskiru.'asr&"t aad. Mrs. D. H. lioife.. EgbcJstGrimu, railroading .first sy a p.tS& ppew the. doctor towit of thjiT, WflBHpSpP?iEH. l rned home after a fcw.diyscopy- - 1Mesday.--MCS.' Rogalty of Loaisvill. are visiting m I 3i. r.i- - irtiveiing lere in tne aispascaers orace ;." wwuio. tj.j.jy jl.bc, bad them 3s veto wnaadb'y doing; SH 'n r T "r Ti almuW'tiJmumumm. iOTpiickihgyaoiisiBf Wkeeiidj,- W;" so. rr B x. and Mrs Buck- twward were Mnarid Mrs., J. WrjTerry, Mrs. norftne aHe- ws ; X9owumi with home fonfir. ; rektivea at .VT5, a .tr..f. aTJ? oadrkin iLon wa.: i thluik vwiaift mora jaaj i. f ejimljWco Saturday -j Avid.. Rey- - G Dvi Cookrjs visrtti Bdd" WikUc-iWellir jz- -Ib as yu : i. davMtWi weefcwtmteMwe. therfrf Q uia rai i nns'lMKH uii: law- wanted M,tke corrspodeH i Bw.aierki to 'kVtrt s'r'UkSfJi?rl'-i- iiiwuwuu :Jfi land 4 writerreialarwkjokaa fer liv- -Mrjn.oe . ' ' woauiait iu;wi .V BlKCv.,VJVP r . i ji "' Stf' Anna m rswwsMnmiQr Qt. HeddrrUBgon:aw "wiiU give all the i-mT?Sii55!E.HS"-to.;f nws. wst boat, fear or hror WBOttM, Mftt Ytrj. JOW son, ha w ' TBY'ilfc Mff"-w New Hp. J-- P . -- . . .r W mthappj&fiom McKe, fiovi-ijacks-on few. cUvs iHillllH hi qMWgi, in t M4 Wad Pm7 !& m ttttfcibeir im wt., r l?HM eoMHsr.to 'v.ii.'i y. public tirttn. lUl In yWB Shape that Lasts as Long as Your ,: Clothes & water, Tenn., Jones FisbJr., l,os Anjjelesr California, Charles Hnderson, R. R. Conductor, Win slow, Arizona; George Childress, with American Canning Company Hamilton, O., W. C. Kirbr, Eugene Taylor. Lon. Hansel, and Mendel Mullins, Columbus, Ohio, receiving instructions for soldiering in Uncle Sam's army, M. C. Miller, telegraphing, Oakdale, Tenn., Scott Miller, Automobile business, Versailles, Ky., Miller McCoy, Honolula, Hawaai or Sandwicli Island) in U. S. army, John RennerJr., farming N. M., Allen I,ewis, ranching, Glade Park, Colo., Dr. Geo. Frith, dentist, Tellicdt Plains, Tenn., Henry Tharp, R. R. Agent Junction City, Ky., Oscar Bryant, freight agent Livingston,, Maurice Brown, telegaaphing, East Bern stadt. Jack Maret, telegraphing, Plannagan, Ky. John D. Miller braking on and E. L. Hansel, Opie Brown, Knoxville branch, drug clerk, Stanfard. Chester Landrum, acting raihoacj agent, Gethsemane. Jones B. Proctor aad Henry Evans, telegraph ng Ft. Estill Jet. John D. McFerron, principal graded school, Wild wood Mo-Aliste- r, spent Xmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tharp at Junction City. Bob Owen's, of Salem, IncL, spent last week with his mother, Aunt Katie Oweqs, near this place, arid other relatives. E B New-lanwas here from Teliico Plains, Tenn ancLspenfi Xmas with home folks. Miss Kktje McCall and brother, of Franklin, Tenn., spent last week nvith Relatives' here. Miss Anna Cass is spending a Jew days with her sister, Mrs. L. B. Hilton, at Stanford, this Tveek. Mr. and Mrs.-W.p- . Rigsby spent Xmas with her fiarpnts, Mr. and d 1,000 More People TO DO I ALL THEIR TRADING AT BAKER 'S tment During matter STORE M Mrs. J. H. RigsbV, at Pveaohers-ville- . 1914 wants How what us We 1913 is History. Wraps, In goes the Knife. Men's R-Gu- lf Hats, Hats, Furniture e. NO .REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. T -- U. G. BAKER MT. VERNON, KY. THE RIGHT GOODS THE RIGHT PRICE all-ove- a shrunk part Clothcraft it It's ... - This It not Pressing it guaran s not but To that 1 T- must at $10 $25 - When givt - goj - g oughly tested -- sjx-week- sr b, le r' JL Ui4v-notvltno- w st Jmtt'th-- etM: J -- ? a m, - r. h tl . - - -- mm$fei Sl &B!j&S!fc'sZ iM HCH " TW? vmm- vmrntf-: ' Sfiiigfisaafee " J K. w k .- , - -- a KtiwaSrMr; -- " .iSTf .- Mrr mw, is wm mmmww- ammmvmrwmmm Twnft.yljiiiiLii. : VVHatfllllfc . - n,W fc " - .- 1 "'-'i . hyjll ' or a-- ul-vBJLlyeit- "' ; . v$p9v "?; M J"' .. ,' 'r ' - m- ',-?''!&-- .7. . , J V. nat ,f. ,AT V- QHMVP .. - --- m.m "ivvnr'- oitot ocn jr "Z -' . 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Wheat he returned home on Xmas-ethe dog had four big, nice, fat hens v ' s CANT UNDERSTAND H lr-TA'W- That the mlU L.J'4Wa. te Treaty Par -" Jtt (h&yim JtaaatBS - fTYLf II kivini 11 Jf"" ajr"1 This Government To Fortify Panama Canal. Vi issssriKsa ai.r r i- 4, ,,lMZ5 FREE TO EVERY KENTUCKIAN From the foundation of the time The only complete collection in exUtence Pictures of all Presidents of the United States, from Washington to Wilson. Flags of all Nutfoaa In colors. 1 he ery latest Kentucky Map showing Countfes; towns, railroads.Con-eression- al districts, etc. Latest Kentucky'Ccnsus. Finland completemapof the United States. FUllaadccmpletemapolthe world. IntheHistoricil Kentucky sketch is given the political statistics from the foundation of the State to the present time. It includes: AU State Officials. Executive Department. All Departments, of Uie State Government with theheadsof each Department and the clerical force with their salaries. 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Taft domen swollen with sharp crampare indications ol in Jaanary Technical World Maga- ing pains Don'tall your worms. child suffer let Venezuela. zine,' that it costs eight times This unique and valuable Atlas is free Kickapoo Worm Killer will give to all Evening Post subscribers. If not to deliver a pound of coffee sure relief It kills the worms HOf a subscriber, send $3.00 for a full DESPERADO'S WIFE from a country grocery store to a while its laxative effect add greatyear's subscription, or $2.00 for a six months' subscription by mail. home a mile away as it costs to ly to the health of your child by reTo Enter Kentucky Mine To Try and moving the dangerou- - and . disaPlease understand, these tafci are by mall bring that same pound of coffee Persuade Hendrickson and Comealy, and not through carrier or agent. greeable effect of worms and para--ite- s panions To Surrender. from Rio de Janeiro to New York. OUR SPECIAL COHBWATIOrl OFFER: from the system. Kickapoo who Worm Killer as a health producer Also it costs the farmer $3.00 Dally Evening Post, one year Pineville, Ky. Rain and intense 91.50 Keatncky CeTemore WaD, Chart lives ten miles from the nulroad should be in every household cold kept the guards in misery. Several unsuccessful attempts to escape over which he ships his products, Perfectly safe. Buy a box to day. SIGNAL mm have been made by the barricaded Price 25c. All Druggists or by one and one sixth cents more to desperadoes. Happy Jack Hendrick Kickapoo Indian Med.. Co rmil haul a bushel of wheat to the Phiii. or St. Louis. son's wife was interviewed by mem bers of the posse, and upon being told freight station than it costs the that a barrel cf sulphur would be COVE buyer to ship that wheat Prom burned at the main entrance of the m New York to Liverpool. mine unless a surrender was" made, promised the' officers that if they Is it any wonder that the pi ice C. L. Riddie was down from would not start smoking them out that of cotton, and coffee remains at a East Bernstadt, first of the week she would go Into the mine and try to high level iustead of falling pro on business. Willie Adams was ' persuade her husband and his com-- i portionately to the increase in pro- with home folks during Christmas panions to surrender. Miss Mattie Owens was the duction? FIRE DOES GREAT DAMAGE. Something must be jvrong. guest of Misses Mattie ana Fannie Riddle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Something is wrong. Montreal, Quebec. Fire destroyed the entire plant of the Auto Garage B. Shepherd spent Christmas is the roads! R It Co. and five adjoining stores, and for a " Few j persons realize the im- with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riddle. time threatened the entire district BSBrl JJBsT mense tax put on all of us by the Mr. and Mrs. Emery Egans TRSaEr f JS Therdamaee has been set at II $225,000, but will probably greatly ex- Tred-wabad reads and by the difficulties visited Mr. and Mrs. Marion Yiot fiVnra ftaori Tirn tyioti vara in which they entail. last week. Misses Pearlie jured by an explosion of hundreds of True as Gospel! And yet, when and Marie Dalton of sear Wildie gallons of gasoline in the big garage. Fearing another and mo're serious exthe General Assembly of Ken- have been visiting their sister plosion the police cleared the neightucky meets, and it is proposed to Mrs Jack Tead way at this place. borhood of the inhabitants. Sixty auMiss Winnie Falin will enter provide State a:d for the building tomobiles stored in the garage were destroyed. E. K. S. N. school first- - of the of good roads in every county, for the joint benefit of the farmer, the week, Miss Nora Shepherd spent TUNNEL DUG BY CRACKSMEN. tiltimate consumer, the tax payer Sunday with Misses Virgie and San Francisco. Cracksmen tunin short, of every resident of the Susie Riddle. Tribble Bryant neled 150 feet and pierced the constatesmen was with homefolks duringXmas. State, soletnn-visage- d crete walls of the First National Bank Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Parrett will rise up to announce their op They obtained of Oroville Vault. i 13,700 in, silver, but were unable to position "because the State can't spent Xmas with Mr., and Mrs, blow the steeUcoin safe, in which was surely Flem Parrett. Ye writer wishes afiord it." you can stored a much larger amount of gold Kentucky wasted $2,000,000 on the Signal force a happy Ne w and currency. eThe base from which actime of trouble is' your the robbers worked was the cellar of bad roads last year. Fot 2,500,-00- 0 Year. a building occupied at night, and they Better to acquire a and with convict labor from count had ample time to dig their tunnel. SCO RE ONE FOR WOMAN five to ten miles of perfectly-constructe- d you have big one by depositing roads could be built in CINCINNATI MARKETS every countv oc the State next "Jemima Jane." the husband in year At the end of ten years, said, "we go this eve to diue with Corn Old corn is quoted as folYou'll JPind the necessity ofr thinking belore lows: No. 2 white 7777c, No. 2 Kentucky would have worked out Jones; now, wear a sane bat on paying a great Incentive to swing. When yellow 7677c, No. 2 mixed 747Bc. your head and decent rags upon its road problem. New corn is quoted as follows: No. 3 trouble comes what you have been prevented No. 4 white 59 white The sum of $5, 000,000 is all your b.)nes.( You're going in for from frittering away will make a comfortable Glc, No. 4 yellow 6164c, No. 4 mixed 5960c, No. 3 mixed 5960c, that stands between Kentucky modern styles and think it wjs-dobalance . mixed ear 60.63c, white ear 5962c, 1 suppose; system of good and you are and a State-wid- e yellow ear 64 66c. Hay No. 1 timothy $18, standard roads at the end of ten years. If spending piles and piles of bard timothy 517, No. 2 timothy ?16, No. 3 "it is not expended, Kentucky by earned rocks 1 bughousoclothes. .timothy $14, No. 1 clover mixed $15, No. 2 r.'ffver mixed $13, No. 1 clover that time will have wasted $20,000,-00- I do not kick at the expense, but $tf.5014, No. clover $1212.50. with nothing: to show for it. when you go abroad with me I be you, the once sweet" mud I 43, standard white Oats No. POUND, the place to buy .Spectacle but worse roads than the State want your dress to show some vowed to cheerish and protect, or 42c, No. 3 white 4242&c. No. 4 and EyeglasseE for $i.5X)and up. white 4141ic, No. 2 mixed has now., snse I care uoi what the fashions have nTy faculties all strayed? Has Silver and Aluminum Frames. Gold, 42c, No. 3 mixed 4141c, No. 41 mix4 Larmy intellect.'" something spoiled be. It is not a question whether gest selection in town. Eyes testet. ed 4040tc. 2 'These are mother's elothes," Free. Years of experience. Wheat No. red 9799c, No. S Kentucky can or cannot afford to "In olden days, when I was red 9496&c, No. 4 red 8193c. Jane, "the kind of rags you grant State aid. It is a certainty young, the women dressed with said Poultry "Hens, light, 12c; heavy, C. AND" 13c; roosters', 9c; springers, large, that she cannot afiord to withhold sense and taste; no matron on her like the best; you kno'V that they OPTICIAN. JEWELER 15c; springers, small, 1314c; spring parson flung a dippy skirt or silly are safe and sane and modest till AOX DBOS. STORE it. Louisville Times. ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 15c; ducks under 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toms, ; t waist. The women tried to hide ' uu Lduuui icai. old, 10 lbs and over, 21o; young tur"Go, take them 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 Eggs Prime firsts '"34c, firsts 33c, HL Conover If women wore suchduds Miss Hawkens of Crab Orchard my eye bedims when I looked ordinary firsts 32c, seconds 27c. Cattle Shippers $6.75 8.15; butchwas ihe guest of Miss Ada Bell round on modern dames. So don't as those, no man could Ueep nis er steers $7,507.75, good to choice brain on straight. I never knew Helton during the holidays. Miss array yourself, as those, in things MT. VERNON, KY, $6.757.25, common to fair $4.756; our mothers owed allegiance to heifers, extra $7.50 7.75, good to Minnie Gentry returned to E. K that make the people stare; reFroa'tRooms over Baker's Store choice $7 7.40, common to fair $4.75 Phone 49-4 S. N. School, after spending Xmas member what your mother wore such nutty styles. No wonder 6.8E; cows,' extra $66.25, good to that our fahers groaned through choice 5.756, common to fair $3.25 with home folks. Mrs. Martha and something modest like it 5.50; canners $34.25. Hie and looked on death with Brown, who had a stroke ofparaly-si- s wear." Bulls Bolqgna $5.756.40, extra $6.50, fat bulls $66.50. Tane, in sore distress, smiles. is out again. -- rE. J. and, John Jemima Calves Fair to good $911.50, comHamm, spent Xmas with their went up to make the needed mon and large $611.25. 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 $8.10 Hamm. Some folks say this was modern dress, but since her hus? 8.15, mixed packers $88.10, stags For Infants and Children. ?4.256,85, extra $6.907. common to a dry old Christmas, but it was band placed a ban on all these '' 2. choice heavy fat sows ?4.507.60, exIll KiidYwHavi Always Bought wet in this section Every one she wished to wear, the new dress tra $7.65. light shippers $7.757.90, select medium (160 to 180 lbs) $88.05, Bears tke enjoyed the candy party, given at was an also ran, and so Jemima pigs (110 lbs and less) $6.257.65. Mr. Oscar Hammn last Friday tore her hair. Her eve fell on an Signature Sheep Extra $4.35, good to choice $44.25, common to fair $2.503.75. night. The Christmas entertain- ancient trunk. Jemima cried, Lambs Extra $8.10, good to choice ment was a great success. Mrs. "That's what I'll do! I'll wear a $7.758, common to fair $5.75g7.50. PUBLIC SALE L. B. Cable of Brodhead, returned lot of mother's junk, that's not Having receutly sold mjl&farm home after spending a few days been worn since "82 " and will move to the state gjflnd-ian- a TWO PRISONERS GET AWAY. with her parents. Mr. Bill Owens She togged herself from end to in the near future. 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 10 ngpk Caldwell and Barnes, brought here by week, a fine $150. mare. Look all days. She woie a stately Grecian .m., at the "Valley View Farm," Toledo officers to serve sentences in around, you will fine Boone Way bend and monumental wnale Bromo, Ky., offer for sale .to the the Ohio penitentiary, escaped from their keepers by knocking the ofBcen Boosters. They are as thick as bone stays; the sleeves were highest and best bidder, if Indispdown after eating dinner at a leading the candidates were. Mr. Mode tight, the Waist was flat, with fool- osed of privately before t Wroate, hotel. The aeene of the coup worked Hamm and family were with his ish ribbons here and there. She all my personal property, such as by the prisoners was within a few blocks of the penitentiary. Wardea parents, Mr Oscar Hamm dunng wore a dinky little bat and knotted is found on an up farm, Thomas was severe in his criticism of Xmas. Rev. A J. Pike was pres- net upon her hair And from the eXcept-liv- e stock, such as Jiouse-hol- d the Toledo officers wko were la ckarajt ent at the entertainment on Xmas- - waistline to the floor the dre a and kitchen furnitudjjkm of the men. eve, and gave a short talk. There was large enough to bold two implements and machingrJProrn, Mount Vernon Monumental' were others from Brodhead, among dozen shapely limbs xr morcf-'b- ut oats, bay and other feed stuffs."" FOR FLETCHER'S whom were Miss Mary Proctor, only two did tt infold. of sale : In all sums of SjTeraos and under, cash ikhand. Miss Bertha Roberts, Miss Then she burst onkejusbandvs All feu ms above $!Loot ob 9Hjit Katherine Albright, Mr. Will gaze and he invinced-tsigns of of six wCTaWap months, of and 'O.C. Woodall and others. Mr. Frank of blisSj but jwid4y"cried, in his proved securitywithiaote 8 per cenn bearing WDttAlsEK inJarble ana JLTXOXNKy-AT-T.ABradley and wife, of Mt. Vernon, amaze, "Great Scott what dog interest tram date tiUp-jid;On "Grain: Monumeatr of ait f re& were with her .parents, Mr. and gone, is this? Can this be such sums, 2 per ceat off' mill 'be VSJUfOH. KY.. " you, Itoairaa kinds!! . .Estimates famishe-- - ajrOPf&CB":-"O- tt Mrs. BillCable duringXmas. Jane, the woman allowed if purchaser m law MUsOUie Cable spent Sunday sade rav bride, or. kas- - the piy casn on spoliation. TfceBko Weather soared my bram aauiaia&j H. C, Jonks, Auctiorjeetv1 ?VM with Elittbetk jGBtry.-The- rt ret. Sptofcl atteatM 4. , -draft and grey-eyed- ? wust be soe attraction for r. Caa tkis Sr .Vn'JMDrWlAM. ..!. .& " '--' understand that the treaty permits this government tc fortify the Panama canal. This ex traordinary move, coming after thf fortifications have been nearly completed, and after the question had been apparently forever settled, hat started the state department into a realization of the full significance ot comblna the .tion against the United States. Al though the utmost secrecy is beinj made of the matter in the state de partment, it can be authoritatively 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 Hay-Pauncefo- te English-German-Japane- THEY PREFER ours I . : No Wonder, Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better THey Have More Style If s about as difficult r? to describe these new clothes as to write abont the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with your own e es. Maybe you'll like - her if you don't there are others. So, if one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But everyone-preferours- - They are best, j s E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. .v . . ad-lace- y $ J 19.99 k The Helpin; Hand most start what in depend upon bank ient to write a check ,ior. this amount than to count out- a ten, a five and four ones, a htilf, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. A checkiug account in our bank does away with all such bothersome difficulties for you always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of the many ad vantages chief among which is I 'S easier and more conven- - The Bank of Mt Vernon- 6364c, Automatic Bookkeeping. -7- m, The Bank of Mt. Vernon - BANK WITH US 0 POUND! PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. v. -- J. MOORE jJe33b32feK3fo P Dentist up-to-da- tt! 33G$3C& & y$g GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER icGedDlCC J.&- McCLARY Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Eobes Ky CASTOR A Ajiit ofy Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled. mt Stanford. Kv !ICXC3C 3G3fc GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoysKBt dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. , to-dat- e WINTER tOURTST FAMES NOW AVAILABLE VIA Children Cry Williamm, V, $0) -- CASTORIA klC J: INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AN TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. w Manufacturer TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH . rump or the sky! w d '- Jb'I VJ sr if Bkfc 4 ' nxr ' rtl. Mt.VnK,eiw fM. ATTICTlVBSTO)YEirPRIVILltoS. Focdataili coawait aaylkket 'Mi TiMtt AfML tH LONG RETURN LIMIT. v QUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY WKJKJPAJSBD; 'TT ni ;t: 5 Et 2l2liSBatLl - .. ?s il J". -- 5 1 - IP ,.n. iii V ?vt JTl . 1, IfMil '1 -- vr r ifi. r -- ; S 3?agsjawttM , 5 . .Tree mulXmmSliSSimtSSSmSBB9ii ??i1rXK: &. '? i IT"" - i rm is" Mrs. Tna Miller is in Mt. The man who agrees with ycu, LEVEL OI&&V. for two or three weks Stay"" isone Well the holidays vhavn passed John Magee is hefe;frojn Dan.-villMT. VfiRNON,jY Jah 2j 191-4 T3 Gourtship has: some feliciou very quietly in our little village. looking after, business silences, that matrimony never Vie trice returned 4o Stanford, up "No. 79" 5van koowsj . JJ wan taCommunU WQ Fred Put'cell and Sunday, after spending few days his frpm Sfc cute with SIGNAL J" A man shouldn't try to tell tho with his mother here;we are glad Louis, spent Xmas with relatives-itruth all the time' "unless he is a to know .that Vic ha& a good po-- . Rockcaatle. sition. Miss Pearl is J. Maurice Brown of East Bern champion fighter or' a champion spending avJ few days Andersonher jr-js5(2 ; with L stadt spent from vFriday .until Junner. . c I cousin Misa Zelma; Brown. if Monday with relatives here T7TT lu" Circuit Court convenes next i Granville Hurst is herefrom Ind K Miss Evelyn Gardner has re- Monday for a four week's, term. tOUHVIU--t & M ASHVILIC R. R. Co. for a month's slfiy. MissesDessie turned from a pleasant stay of ten The docket iSjtbe.heaviest in severThompson and Sibyl' Bethurum TIME TABLE. days at Elizabethtown) and Louis al years and Jibe v indications are t CLEVERLY-STYLE- D, ALL-WOO4.59 p m ville. that the full t,ime will be occupied of Wabd, were, the plea'sant guests L of Misses Maude and Jalia Thomp24 nortn 3:53 a m Charlie and Jarvis Noe, sons of Feed Stable: During court I son from Thursday till'Sund-iy33 south u:43 a m T N. Noe who have been in the will have a feed stable in the barn The school at this place closed 21 South 12:19 am Phillippines for the past. three near spout tspring. Have your -the 19th. with a very.nice enterhorses fed ,and cared for at a tainment and the 'six months Jas. Landrum, Agent. years have returned home. Phone No. 8. Mrs. Henry Catron of Lincoln reasonable price. school certainly proved a success , James "v instead. county, and children .have been and we feel very grafteful to Mr. Entered at "the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice with relatives here aud in "the second-clas- s mail matter. J. Brown and cous as Chris Mulltns has purchased Scoggins.-T- . : ., county during the holidays. the Drycleaning and pressing busi in,. Miss Mattie Broyies spent a ' ness from his1 brother Will, and is part of the holidays with Mrs. J. PERSONAL I Florsheim loUal:' located at the same place, opposite 'N. Brown' here. Mr. ..Hamp Ben Craig was here first of the There was $300, 000,000 sptrt Court houss. Chris is an artist in Meece of thisplace. and tMiss Beu week.-this line.. I lah --Norris Of Indianapolis, Ind,, John D. Miller was at home for on moving picture shows- during . The Mt. Vernon Telephone Co., were married on the 23rd. They i9i3-, Xmas. will return to will issue about i?eb. istacom scon.probablyRoberts of;Gum Ind , -- " . R Gentry I. W. Catlin of Livingston, was County Atty-elec- t SulGuy "pleta directory of all telephones will k iep his office over Peoples here part of last week. ' in the county, giving namen ahd phur was with Vic Price here durI Bank. Jailer-elpc- t, Jim. Winstead moved ing thebolidays Quite a number addresses of all subscribers. M Ads .to the Jail residence Monday. Frank Pennington of Langfofd of business and professional men of the young 4olks attended the party given by. Miss Maty Mae a fine Mrs J. W. Mullins is with her bought of will appear in this directory. Lathem Friday night and reported t parents, Mr and Mrs. T. B. Lair. year old Jersey for $75. NO riCE: Having recently-solevening. Miss a very enjoyable J. A. Oliver and Elmer Gray The residence of Cl'ell Mullins my farm I. wish to sell mv stock Nettie Lewis tyfto has been wiih were here from Livingston Tue. - of Wildie, with all its contents was o. goods at Quail,Ky. Ifvou wish her cousujSjL Misses Mollie and AND day. destroyed by fire last week. The to go into' general, merchanAlza Owens since November has F Miss Jude McCall is the guest of loss was total and no insurance. dise business and keep gone to her borne in Georgia, she her cousin, Miss Louanna White Round ptrip ticket to Lexington call on me at once at Quail. was accompanied by Miss Mollie. ! head. $3 5o Jan. 3rd to loth Inclusive Jan. Mf. J. A. Proctor. Albert Hasty is here from thV Mr. and Mrs. Will Merricksof limited Jan. I2. Account Farm O'Bryan.. Notice: The end of the year west, for a few days stay. Miss-- . Paris, visited relatives here last ers week, Kentucky Experiment is drawing near andas short settle- es Zelma Brown and Pearl Ander week. Station. Overalls i ments makes long friends, please son rpent Sunday with Miss Beat Bryan" Perkins and Stevenson The offices of the Court house are come and settle up your ac rice Broyjes 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 baen Sunday. vt t cleaned and every things put"' into as ever. visiting friends and relatives Tiere Geo. Clout of Wallens creek, readiness for the new officers who for the past two weeks Mrs. R Yours respectfully, .spent Xmas vacation 'with rela- take charge next Monday. Jan. 2 3t. ...x Jonas McKenzie B. Sams and children, returned .to it You BuyV, tives here, home in iPaVis, after spendtheir Dave Clark and Bogue Laswell SWALLOW IT UICK Wheeler Meadows ate Xmas who were to have ing a few days wth her father, Jep thair examining Impatient' people Iwater 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 vhim very Meadows. ing Ballinger. waived, the intro- f ie .' Mr. Cleve Purcell and wife, of duction of testimony and were re- jrts; sorrows are ; visitors that much improyed come without invitation, but com- McKinney has-be- en right sick for Cincinnati, are with home folks leased on bond to await the action plaining minds sends a wagon to a few days Mr. and Mrs. W. T. for Xmas. of the Grand Jury. bring troubles in. Many people DeBord and little daughter, Car-tellD. L. Bryant his moved to the g?gS3Ksy-- ' By reason of the fact that Dr. A. are born crying, live complaining attended the Xmas tree at Dr. Laswell residence on Rich- G. Lovell is a SwonSleadimgci member of the ana die disappointed; they chew Freedom the 24th. A. L Hatcher mond street. gcticol board of the Graded school. 'the bitter pill which thev would was in Mt. .Vernon last Monday ,Mrs.rLuIa purcell of Ohio, was he is prohibited front serving: on" not even know to .brjiftep if they on business. E. B. Thompson the guest of M iss tcoberta Purcell" the board of town trustees. omej had the sense to swallow it whole has returned to Mt. Vernon, after from Wednesday until Monday. one will have to appointed, in bis t in a cud of oatienrfi and. water , spending two months with his 1IMWW.. t Mrs. Jop Albright is visiting stead. Jior Saj,e: bp, Huher parents nere. Mr. and Mrs. P. the family ot her uncle, Mr. W. B. Thirty two of list of Rockcastle traction boiler und engine, in fl.-s-t H' Sbutts ware Jthe guests of All parties guilty Qt tresspass-- 1 Notice: Monday Tan. 5th, Whitehead.at "Whitehaven" farm. Bethurum &. Lewis is the style ' citizens, appearing in another col class condition ready for threshing Mr. and Mrs. G.'E.. Price Thurs ingupon my property in any way, i9l4is the annual election of the of a new law firm in Mt. Vernon, Chas. C. Davis, Mrs. Mr. and umn of this issue of ,Signalf are or sawiug. 1 No 2 Russel saw day and Friday. Master Robert will be prosecuted to thef ull ex- -' officers of the Peoples Bank. All composed of Judge L. W. Bethurare with the Rev and Mrs. Geo. telegraph operators. Rockcastle mill, rope feed, 65ft track, 30ft Sowder of Etna, fs with his grand- tent of the law. stock holders requested to be pres- - um and Judge S. D. Lewis. Tinsley at Lexineton for a few nas Sowparents, Mr. and Mrst turned out more "Kntgnts ot carriage, 3 good blocks, 1 set Dec.-iq-tf- . Rupert Menifee, lent. days. t'--.e Key" than any other county .lumber trucks, 1 lathe mill. 1 cut der. F. L. Thompson, Jr., Ben Purcell of Heading, Ohio, on'L. & N. between Louisville and off saw and other things belongBEST COUGH 4MEDICINE FOR Cashier. A TEXAS WONDER. was home with his parents, Mr. Jellico. ' ' ing to a mill not mentioned. 3 CHILDREN and Mrs, Booth Purcell during The Texas Wonder cures kidney Abe Chasteen shot.a man by the miles of Brodhead , near Chesnut ';I am very glad to say a few fe he holidays. and bladr'er troubles, removing words'in praise of Chamberlain's FOR FROST BITE3 AND ' Grove school house. CHAPPED SKIN . Miss EilaCarscn is a visitor at name of Hampton, near Wildie a grauel, cures Cjanets, weak and Cough Remedy writes Mrs Licla Car Singleton, week. She few days since inflicting..raher a Laugdou dormitory this Milwaukee, Wis. "I For frost bitten ears, finger and 'Jan. Brodhead. Ky. all irregularities of the kidneys Dewey, Maryville College, serious wound. Hampton is in the will return-tmen . and women. have used it for years both for mv toes; chapped hands and lips, chil in boty and hospital at Richmond. .. Chasteen Now listen to this from the Regulates bladder troubles in children and myself and it never blains, cold sores, red and rough Tenn., next week. came in and surrendered and is Jewell County Repubican; "Four fails to relieve and cure a cough skins, .there is notning to equal children. If not sold by your or oold. No family with children Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche now in jail awaiting ot thousand girls have taken the do the action druggist, will be sent by mail on Should be without it as it gives al- the pain at once and heals quickly. with Mr. and spent a few day tl e Graud Jury. mestic science course at the State receipt of 1.00. Ope small bottle most immediate relief in cases of In every home there should be a the Lamp Oil Mrs. R. B. Mullins. Agricultural College, three thou- in two months treatment, nd se - croup. Cough box handy all the time Best Chamberlain's Saves Eyes Mr. J. P. Mullins of Level MEMBERS 051 MT. VERNON sand at the State University and dom tails to perfect a cure. Send. Remedy is pleasant and safe to remedy for. all skin diseases, itch Nothing: is more Important in thn COMMERCIAL CLUB' Green, who has been dangerously homo than clear, steady light. Insure take, which is ot great impor- ing eczema, tfctter, piles etc. 2ac. Ms by cettlnff the oil that burns J. W. Brown, E'B. Cox. Robt. two thousand at the State Normal, for testimonials from his and other tance when a medicine must be All druggists or bv mail. H. E ill, is slightly better. dear and clean without a flicker Of these nine thousand girls states. down to the last drop. Pennsylvania Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 given to young children. For Buckleu- & Go. Pnijadelphia or St Miss Marie Brock is with her Cox, Judge L. W. . Bethurum, W. 4,2oo have married, and crude oU refined to perfection. not one Olive street, St Louis, Mo, Costs no more than the Inferior Sold sale by all dealers. Lonis. tankwajon oils saves MONEY saves sister. Mrs. Albright, and niece, G. McBee, W. J. Sparks, J. F. out of the whole bunch has asked WORK saves eyes. by Druggist. S. C. Franklin, Griffin, TJ. G. Your dealer has SOLITE Oil. In Mrs. Fish ioi a few days. for a divorce. This shows that fcarrelsdlrect from our works. DAILY CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH Hamlin was here yester Baker, Rev. G s. Watson, C. D. when a man gets a good cook and PUBLIC SALE A. H. C. C. Williams, E. S AlREMEDY Chas. C. Stol! Oil Co. COURIER-JOURNAL day. He is talking of moving his Sutton, good houseKeeper he prizes her The nndersigned administrator bright, Geo. Owens, Wm. Poynter a This remedy has no sunerior Lexington, Ky. family back to Mt. Vernon. so highly and treats her so fine the estate of Nancy J. Hunt Refinery at Warren. Fa. for coughs and colds. It is pleas Neal Parrett, Chas. C. Davis, F. AT HALF Mr. and Mrs. J W. Southard We seU the celebrated "XoCarb" ant to take. It contains no opium' L. Durham, F. L. Thompson Jr.. that she never wants a divorce." will at the residence of said Nancy AUH JU Hunt-nea- r and children of Henderson, are E. R. Gentry, C.jC. Cox, ProL J. or other narcotic. It alwayscures. on Maretbnrg, Ky., DURING Last Satuiday was the regular J. For sale by all dealers. with relatives in the county for a S. Irvine, W. A.McKenzie, M. day of January i0i4 offer DECEMBER JANUARY J. annual election of officers of As'.i-lan- d the 3rd few days. Lodge, No. 64O, F. & A. M., for sale, at public outcry, to the Miller, Dr. A J. A. FEBRUARY R. N. Owens of Salem, Ind. vis- Landrum, S. T. Proctor, Dr. when the following officers were highest and best bidders, the folu lowing personal piaperty: ited his mother near Brodhead, and Walker Owens, A. B. Furnish, elected, appointed and installed: The- - SIGNAL One span of workmuleSj about has made a special arrangement bis brother, Geo'rge Owens, here W. H. Fish F. L. Thompson, Sr..', A. B. burnish. Master; E. B. : . Tlast week. years old. Mowing machine, haj whereby the Daily GourierJpurq-a- l James Maret, T. J. Niceley, Cox, Senior Yardeti; E. R. Gen- 7 plpws, ofib foad, wagon, ix 'Mrs.-A-. W. Sowatd, who was Jonas McKenzio, J. .Fish, S. C. try, Junior Warden;-J- . can be fnrnHied.oue year; for K.' Coffey rake, head of hogs, .five bead of sheep, $3.oo, six months $ijs,' by mail' i;" ."..Miss .Sallie Uarmical, with her Davis, V. C. Tate, W. L. Richards 'PoAnrt U iaah late, secretary; xtcaa., vitui.. jni crib, 1 stack (Snnday'not included) tQ"ajtTper-son- s m visited, her mother Dr. W. D; ' Laswell and Dr. Lee J. Twlfir- - T? s'" Al. 50 bushels of corn of hay, andone; aud pf bees. here last week. Chesnut. who will give their pfders t brighi, Senior Deacon; W. T.JDav- : The undersigned nnder orders of court, will, on Terms of sale.on ajl amounts of us during the months'-name-d Officers of Club are TJ. G. Baker is, Junior Deacon;. S. F,, B'pwma Mr. and Mrs. Dock Oliver and of Mrs. Georgia McClure were President," C. C Davis, Vice Pres amf P. L. Thompson, Jr , Stew-- , on $5. and under cash in hand above Better still, you can have all amounts fn excess of $5. note Courier-Journ- al aud guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. ident, James Maret Sec'y.-Trea- s. ards. The annual officers ban from purchaser with' opproved se- the Daily "r Meadows during Xmas. j This organization just one year quet will take place some timeih curity, due in.:six months with 6 THIS PAPER one year eaclry ' between the hours of 10 A. M and 2 P. M.f at" front door has done more for the January, announcement of which per cent interest Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Minihan old Only of Court House in London, Ky., sell at public auction on 8 -- ' ' X W. Parsons, .visited the latters mother during upbuilding othe town tlian any" wfllpe made later. & 28. ioi4. the a credit of three months the following property of estate After February . Admr. Deccember i7 roj.3 ' r Xmas week. Mrs. Miniban used other movement ever started here..: : Mesdames Cleo Brown and A. B. of Vjncprt J3premg, deceased, price of'the Daily Courier jonma It has brought about a bet.er, Fjurnish Miss Dannie Garmical. to be wereostesses on Jasf 5. alone is $6. oo. a year. Take of Miss Sallie Reynolds, Mrs. W. feeling among members and citi- Friday evening, at one of the most; .BETHURUM & LEWIS Kyv of .this special Bargain JO Snares of Stock, zens and has, united the communi- de'ligutful A. McKenzie, Uhas. Thompson, opn'Mne tings of the 'Offer at onccand reduce the high Attior?ies .a&aw motto of Shares of Stock, of Woman's. Club.'- - The President, Robt. McKenzie and Lloyd Ches ty under the ; 'living, j which is not merely used for Bfdg, . cost of SunOffices inlfehuruw" -' Miss McCoid spoke-- briefly or. Jthe not' were in East Bernstadt To. get the advantage of this cut London, ornamental purposes biit is in day. work ot the clubsiri Kentucky ; Will'practice in all fcfcet Courts.- rate, orders must be sent us, not truth aud fact a great stimulant Mrs. J. W. Brown read a very in- AN IDEAL- Mr. and ffrs J.T Gentry were each "with interest Bonds of ROMAN'S LAXA- - to the, Courier-Journal- .; to all in putting into effect those teresting paper on Leonardo da passengers on No. 23 Sunday, things tending to theimptovement' Vinci Wtist, of, the;mnch-talked-oJO, of Creek f to Knoxvilfe to visititfends. our town and Who wants"' to take salts,. or Jet. and betterment of auxiliary '" club stolen-- . (Mona LesV' and Dr. They returned to Xebanon county- -. Mineral Co. The castor oil, whe there .ispoftirig Tuesday. 'Eife, MX ! application soothe' asd fceali a rougH :Bopne "Kay, Booster Band haslsb .WisnergavV an" interesting, talk better thaniDrrtJCing's! For particulars write, or call on trpHblisfrThey Pills a rpr S. E. Isaac Supt. of the South-- , live members, many 6f themvliy- -. on China. MEciema. EryjiDtlir. Tetter. Ulcers and no) flronf.lTranil natllVbllw 'in tVl& if all yH!isai yieW' tp itscnrati yropetries. sit r. other, cities , jowusadd - 5. i If fll Te.refreia'meMtswere delight-- ; ' tail ' era Mutual Aid, Association, with iDg in. wear the All Stat Jt 1m ssapl. ant iKxki'"Hukh tai Basf S . --S --PL i ful aad Kiver beeff pronbuncldrby stomach. and. liver, imulte np beadqaarcers afeNprtciV YN' fcounHes.. I UIIIW I Mil. HOIMtmiT V- . Hud ate good boosts, puskinf :&l?J-LZr,yoH r boweV au'di ,tone ? ikZ.CZL 173 h ?1Z,i I, , waek. prt- witk hfc iWlv xiAiimuiabiaiui. uj. riuceut Juor.erag,t At, the .mpenteBt ior .oaijainf via, vcrai, ot lac maicwttormve beea the entire. syfcei? Price Mr. L. M national kfekway 'frem Cumber Jf-1 wkk the family 0 a jQf 9M tatffcH:, '& BuWlen .Wk e, ML VERNON SIGNAL 79 n . mm t nmr .i ttut? D Cr T" 22-tiOrt- h f . ; -- fy CLOTHES -- EM ;IN AMERICA, shoes AtJG,15 and 20 STETSON HATS ARROW. SHIRTS DOLLARS WHEN YOU BUY I . Gus-Staverso- d post-offic- e, COLLARS GUARANTEED CLOTHES FISH'S THAT YOUR NEXT SUIT BEARS THE FISH LABEL SEE .... ! We Stand By What -- Miss-Fann- e, . THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES '- - -- I-- A.: . -- , I 2-- o that 1- - - tf PRICE T j! I I K- J G.-Lov- ell, . BANK STOCK FOR SALE ... f. . ns. Saturday January to-w- it 17, '14 w to-da- y For $3,50 - -ad- vantage ,,Co-opefa-tio- , II Bank MuVernon, First National Bank - Ky en-rou- te 2 -- l i m $J00000 . from Nov. J906, Straight . -v " ode ' --, Mil fnd;-regulat- e W- h4foi4 B K. Daflaaba oftl .. i?. ? Xw IiHda. :'R': . -V ici " 1 '- kad Gp;oCrJi Orbird Co ? ' -- v & zj53e&&& k l r- T' - ,v l&mi&mQt&btLnlii ?. LOIPOf, rt0 ti ' y .6 P f -fi r rSf ' i U- VvTC i X, WS"' fV ?S if i Silt-- P iy.,z -.S I j? K'- '1.K fSa i -- - - S vrUjjv ' - .iSMfe!' " ' v .. " i. v.- -' "" -- . - - . " '''".-'loT ' Sf-- ; x&fe';Si'-',- ! BBHBHIHBBBiuSMiiiPBiMi r r - -- - .111 fantt:J: - st WITHERS- . Sehinl.cL'sed at this place Dec. 19th, and it seems that Kmm.et Anderson Ijas looking migh y b-- en lo-!- 't M. .Balkan. .War: Balkan peace contercne- met atBuknarest. Storm: A windstorm caused a t oi 81. J of . Washington. D C Fire! The.Flory Manufacturing piani at Bangor. Pa... burned; loss upward 11,000.000 In $1,000,000. Chief Events of the Past X. xicrc uc bcvcrcu reasons way BbJ 4eM A, el A, AVVAilA I 4i .a ..b. ... 1 1 I at C. C. Davis' Drug Store: trade j1 .. I Twelve Months. .kee, endlng-fai- s walk of ).4fiS miles from New, York city, whence he started, AUGUST. pedes trlanism: Edward Payson Wes- ton, the pedestrian, arrlvedrat Mllwau- 2. BECAW 3 ne oeatea. -- considered, his orice can't, i h j-- j SHORT DAILY History of the 1 ' There are.no delays: customers receive prompt attention . BECAUSE --Things we get at Char. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at ' Cliiuk's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placejas the rich man's. -v . BECAUSE 1 here are no leaks, from his store; every deal is strictly confidential. BECAUSE Chas. ft Davis is neve; grouchy if you. don't buy. BECAUSE ; farrtls. THE Mining Accident: 19 miners Ttljled in a colliery accident at Tower City. Pa. 4. War Game: War game between battle- ships, torpedo boats and submarln" ot RECORD. r; the north "Atlantic fleet and four- at the eastern end of Long Island 1 opened with Admiral Charles J. Bou.-e- i In command of the enemy (navyi niid . Gen T. H. Barry head of the dcti-nTold In tng army. Obituary: George Hitchcock, noted painter, on the Island or Mai.vtn Hollandj aged C3y Personal Resignation of H. L. WlUon ambassador to Mexico, accepted by th d . June YEAR'S WlTUARY ROIL. "5. Political AJTalrs,, Sporting, Personal ' 'Fire: Blue Mountain House, a famou and Miscellaneous litems Loss of hotel In the Blue Ridge at Pen 'Ma: Pa., destroyed by fire: loss about Iilfo and Property- - by Accidents, S terras and ConflaShipwrecks, . ;Worid Tour: J. H M;ars arrived It New York city, ending un arotind thi grations A Chronological Review. world trip-i- n 35 days. 21 hours. 33 mln " ' 4 seconds, a record. ' JUNE. J600.--0C- 2:09 president Sporting: wPeter Volo made: a new world's trotting record for KuTamazoo. going the first mile lt Utes-an- Try Him. IPhonc SO, i. Obituary: F. A.Ober. ornithologist and author, at HackensacK, N. J.; aged 65. Alfred Austin, poet laureate of Eng- land, at Ashfordi; England; aged 78. Peaestrianisrn: E. P. Weston started from New yqrk city on a walking match to Minneapolis, expecting to cpver 1,46. miles In 60 days. 4)ortuig: Aboyer won- the Engljsh - Derby. i Silver Plate that Wears 1 Railroad Accident: 6 klljed.- many In a railway collision at Stamford. Conn. . Sporting: Rockvlew won the Brooklyn - Obituary": Robert J2. Ogderi. philanthro plst. at Kennebunkport. Me.; aged 77 Convention: International congress o medicine opened In London. 7. Explosion:" Benzine explosion Jn thi Union Petroleum works, Philadelphia caused a loss of JS03.000 Aviation Accident: Capu S. K. Cody British-Americaeronaut, killed at Aldershot, England, by the fall of ii war aeroplane, which He piloted foi an 8. KX m -- m Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silv- er plating, silverware bearing the trade mark 147 ROGERS BROS, ha been renowned for quality, wearability and beauty. Obituary: C H. Cramp, noted shipbuildforces. er, in. Philadelphia; aged 83. . Unpolitical: N'ew alien land law. ami 7. Sporting: Jerome D Tracers won the Japanese, went Into effect in California New Jersey gplf championship, defeat.Balkan War: Peace treaty between Hul ing Oswald Kirkfay 3 up and 2 to play garla against Greece, Servia and Itou 8. OblfuaryfDr. C. A. Briggs. noted theo mania was signed at Bukharest. logian once tried for heresy. In Now fork city; aged. 72. Dr. L. Forbes ll.- Obituary: Gen Edward F. Jones, civ!: war veteran, hero of the murch through Winslow. noted Engflsh' alienist. In Bakimore April ID. ISB1. and noted In London: aged 6$. politics and commerce, at Binghamton t. Fire: Fire" In a, business block In N, Y.; aged 85 Springfield. Mo., caused a' los3 of over 13. Obituary: August Bebel, $700,000. German so cialist leader, nt Zurich; aged 73 19. Sporting: Americans won the first Personal: Governor William Sulzer : game" of the International, polo chamt pionship match at Mea'dowbrook. N v.. - New York Impeached by the assembl by 6 goals to 3 for the English team 14. Obituary: Rear Admiral Silas Cas-- ' U. S. N., rellredi vetvrau of the civ. Aviation: Count Zeppelin's dirigible baln loon flew from to V'lenna. 17. war, at Warm Springs, Va.: aged J2 Personal:-Harr430 miles, about; In 8 hours beating exIt Thaw, slayer ot Stanford 'White, escaped from the press train timer which-iI6H hours, by for Insane criminals at Mat over a nours. tea wan, N.'Y. Political: The British house .of commons Shipwreck: 40 lives lost at trie wreck oi passed to a second reading the home the State of California In Gambler bay rule for Ireland bill in- the face of . Derby War Game: In the army and n;iv war game In Long Island sound th- .enemy (navy) was victorious, foniii. a passage at 3 forts defended by artm the government. lonely sincg that time The holi days passed x.ff very quiet at this' place. Estill MulHns visited his iran pirents, Mr. tnd Mrs A. Cummins ,nd oiher relatives at Vlt. Vernon during Xm as. Miss Maggie Mullins has been visiting her cousins, Misses Susie Ander-sonan- d MSry Mullins, Hatrison rew andT wife have moved to lack on cpunty, and John Martin nd wife lave moved to where Mr Drew left. Edward, the'ittle so of Spencer-VVIullin- s still remains very sick. Forrester and s spent the day Sundax, vith Master Homer, nd Missts Nell and Giace Bul-ocThomas Anderson, of this Uce visi-ehis brother, Mr v ei.ry Anderson, of Clintonville. durit g Xmas Misses Sallie, Ada and Dora Mullins yiiited Miss Ethel Davis, of Mt. Vernon, dur-n- g the holidays Miss Pearl Anderson is visiting her cousin, Miss Zelma Brown, of Level Gr en Fred Mullins is in Oklahoma visiting his sisters, Mrs. Prank Goforth and Mps, James Clark. 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's iff Ni ?&, . 1 J 1 r A1 1 xJ Just-as-goo- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and "which has heen in use for over 30 years, has home the siimatare of and has been made under his ner-sonal supervision since its infancy. (CCCCU44 Allow no one to deceive von in tlij. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' " are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d. Dellir-Mullin- their-.friend- k. d a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other iiarcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys. "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, TVind Colic, all Teething- Troubles and Uiarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Castoria - What is CASTOR I A is GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS HOW'S THIS JL 12. tamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of 'Heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Afiy" article of silverware marked 1847 ROGERS BROS, may be selected without further investigation. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue CL," showing all patterns. INTERNATIONAL SAVER CO., MERIDEN, CONN. Successor to Merlden Britannia Co. 14. SCARCELY WALK ABOUT Abo! For Three Summers Mrs. Vin- - believe I vrputt have died if I hadn't -- ceit Was Uiable to Attend to Axj of Her Homsewsrk. taken it. . froctor sold his farm and will leaye soon for Iowa. -- W. D. CumPjeasaat Hill, N.. p. "I suffered. mins is slowly improving. Mrs. flirte summers?' writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." Wilmoth Elder is able to be out Vincent, of thisjpwn, "and the third and Cardui is puniy. vegetable and geatle-actinagain. Amos Cordial aud Nelson last time, was my worst. Its ingrtdienfs have a mild, tonic Sparks are very busy hauling 1 had jireadful nervous headaches and effect, on the straw. J. W. Siringers' family wwnanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to spent Sunday with Melvin Ovens walk about.' Could not do any of my .Cardui makes lor increased strength, G. W. Cummins, of Bertha, has improves the .appetite, tones up the nermystore housework.. .xoved to the Snodgrass place. system, aid helps to make pale, I also had dreadful pains in my back vous level: 46 deaths: anyrouble at all. Ii needs n V. E. Taylor and family visited sallow cheeks, tresh and rosy. aadsides and when one of those weak, gnarahtee " This is true, because Oavid Adams last week. JUtY. Nels-iparkCardui has helped more than a million L Veteran Reunion: Opening of sinking spells would come on me, 1 the Blue ..King's New Discovery will and Gray reunion at Gettvsbur? tn ri. the marksmin, has done relieve the most obstinate of coughs would have to give up and lie down, weak women, during the past 50 years ebrate the 50th anniversary of tfie" .veil through Xmas. It .will surely o for you, what it has He shot und colds Lung troubles quickh until it wore off. Obituary: Henri Rochefort, noted French helped done for them. Try Cardui today. three rab- by its use. You shouh thirty shots aud kill politician and duelist. In Paris; aged 83 I was .certainly in a dreadful state.of 2. Gettysburg Anniversary: Military ceep a bottle in the house at al its and wounded another. Writ to: ChtUasa Medicln Co.. Ladles Adday faeatdi, when I finally decided to try visory ;Dept.. at the, Gettysburg reunion; anniversary imes foralHbe members of thi Chalftaooza. Teno.. for Special oij wait ease and book. Cariui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly Treatment tot WomrVtantta Plain wapbir, "Home 8. of tbojjaftle ef Lhtle'Roilnd Top and $1 00. All HIS stomach" TROUBLES Gettysburg Anniversary: Anniversary familv. ' 50c. -;Plcke'tt charge, th'e climax of the Druggists of OVER. or bv mail. H E battle of Gettysburg, celebrated on the Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia 01 field. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not 4tysburgnnlversary: President Wll-o- St. Louis. ike to feel that your stomach addressed the veterans at Gettysroubles were over, that you could burg; dose of the 50th "anniversary reunion" at any kind of food you desired Convention: National Educational asvithouth jury? That may seem sociation met at Salt Lake Cly. so unlikely to you that you do not Convention: International f Agriculture opened in Rome.Institute ot Our line of Couch Caskets -- ven hoje fo- - an ending "of1 your Perry Memorial: Speoial church services-anis unexcelled rouble, but permit us' to assure otherNreremonles at Erte. Pa., to commemorato .Perry's naval victory on Hand-mad- e oumat it is not aitogetber impos Ooffinsfurnished" )! Lake Erie In' 1813. sible. If others can be cured . Obituary. G.en E Burd. Grubb. clvlt war veteran and diplomat, at Kearny. He'arse sen to all parts of J peimanently, and thousands h. vd N J.; aged 71 been, why not you? John K. he County Fmanclal: FlrsNSecond National bank Barker, of Battle Creek, Mioh , is of- Pittsburgh closed1 Its doors, tying up about 30:00A.000in'.jleposits one of them. All orders by Wire Promptly F4Hed He 'says, "1 was 1 Balkan War: Turkey sent an uitima-kit- a troubled .wjth hear,tbur.n, indigesto Bulgaria to evacuate Turkish tion, and liver complaint until I Jwlterf. 0pyntlen: National Dental association used Chamberlain's Tablets, Jthen 9t net at Kansas CM'.,. " my troubles was over.'" Sold .by 1 Obituary: Dr Horace Jityne. nbted hi Phone 94-MT. VERNON. i TCY z it, at WRlIlnkfor,dVPa :' a all dealers. M j: 04. g. After I beg Cardti, I wa greatly helped, three bottles me enfinijy. I fattenol up, and grew so much stronger in thrte months, J felt like an- ji3i i&g cd t Fire: $l.f00.O00 loss by fire in the factorj IB. Anniversary: Xth anniversary district of Jersey City "of the S MJscellHneous. reign of Emperor William of German CHRONIC CONSTIPAllON Frederick J Seybold for" ib years an Astronomer on .Madisor celebrated by ceremonies in Berlin.' CURED Obituary: Delia Fox, popular light opera Square. New York, and G A It vet eran, died In Hobpken. N J Luke actress, In New York; aged 41. "Five vears ago I hai the worst 16. Convention: Martin, "last of the Crows.' died neat American Medical associ case of chronjc constipation I ever Saginawti Mich.; aged, abnui Ii) years ation met in Minneapolis. II. Sporting: New .world's record for n .'4. Convention. International Esperanto knew of, and.Chamberlains Tab-let- i four mile fday race made by the' team congress, opened' at Berne with 1.10U cured writes S. F. 'Fish, delegates present. of the Boston Athletic association ( 26. Flref'RaJlroart Btooklyn, Mich. For sale by all Boston; time t7 minuteti 51 shops burned at Teague. seconds 18. Obituary: Thomas A. Tex.; loss cCu.J Janvier. Journalist and author, in New York- - elty: fl. Fln: 1.000.!o lor? by Hie In the Smith dealers. company lumber yards at Bay Point. aged CI Sporting: Gilliwinkle won the Ascot Cal QUAIL. Mexico; President Wilson delivered a ar Ascot Heatb. England. message to congress on the situation in lf Rajlroad Accident: 13 killed. 2 Injured Born to the wife of Sam Proc in a head-o- n Mex:co collision of electric trains 28. Heat Wave:, Record August at Vallejo. CaL heat In St tor, on the 28th, a fine boy. 2L Sporting: Syracuse won the varsity Louis; thermometer 108 In the streets. eight oared race, defeating Cornell, :. Sportlngr Pennant won the Futurity Mother and babe both doing well. time 19 minutes J8 at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. seconds. Whisk Mrs. Daniel Proctor is slor.ly Broom II. won the Brooklyn Handicap Accident: Skilled by explosion of boilers Harvard won the deciding game In the of steamer Alice on the Ohio at Coraop- - improving. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert championship baseball series with Yale olis. Pa f In Brooklyn ; score 6 f o 6. il. Panama Canal: The Pacific end of the Elder visited his brother, Walter, 24. Explosion:' ro killed canal opened .by explosion or dynamite. and many injured by explosion of mill dust in the Hustcd letting the waters of the ocean into at Eubanks, from Friday until Milling plant, Buffalo. the Mjrafjores locks. Sunday. Born to tbewife of Hugh J5. Cold Wave: Snow hi Massachusetts Continued npxt week. Obituary: George Thatcher, old Ume McBee on the 30th, a boy J. A minstrel, nt East Orange. N. J.; ageo go'als. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward sorany case of Catarrh that cannot"be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, havekuowi J. Cheney for'the list 15 years andbelievehim per'ectly honors iblein alf business transactions nd finaucafly able to carry ou any obligations made by his firm. National JJauk of Commerce, Toledo, O fiery opposition. off Alaska. Hall's ..Catarrh Cure is taken inTurkey: Schefket-Pash- a, grand vizier 18- .- Personal: S3d birthday of the Kmperoi ternally acting directly upon the of Turkey, assassinated "in the streets Franz Joseph cefebrated" thro'ughoui blcod aud mucous surfaces of the of Constantinople,. Austria aftdiHungary. Philippines: 6 American soldier killed Obituary: EmilQ Olflvrer, noted premiei system. Testimonials sent free. an 12 wounded In a battle between of France under Napoleon III., at An Price 75 cens per bottle. nccy. France: aged 80 Sold troops and Mords. Sporting: A'merioan team won the de- - Spr.tig: Directum L made a worlds by all Druggists. ciding gafce in International polo pacing record of JiOi'Si at Goshen. N V' Take Hell's Family Pills for Coiiventtoii: 20th International peace con match at Meadowbrook,. N. Y., defeatonstipatioDi ing the English team by 4& to 4V4 Bless opened nt The Hague. rBaden-Badey s The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CtNTAUR COMANV. 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Tell na yonr needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. Incorporated. SSSfiTfa 3-- 5 ANNOUNCEMENT h Balkan War: Bulgarian troops defeated REMEDY in battle with Servians at Zletovo ( "its?. Macedonia. Dr. King's New Discovery i A Sporting: Whisk Broom II won the Suburban Handicap, beating a 9 year known everywhere as the remedy world's repard by running a mile and a which will surely stop a cough or quarter In 2 minutes flat. of Eidon Accident: 1 persons drowned by the cold.- D. P. Lawson sinking of a raft ferry near Leech-burg- , Tenn.w;it,ss: "Dr. King's Nev Pa. Accident:" ll persons drowned by the. Discovery is tbe most wonderful collapse Of a . bathhouse gangway on cojigb, cold and throat and lung Merrimac river at Laurence. Mass. TOQdijciue 1'ever sold in Hot Wave: Record breaxinir hrnt rfnv In Chicago; thermometer 102 .on street It- can't be Jbeat. . It sells without . WONDERFUL COUGH is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest ever offered in Roekcastlo county. My stock of goods is new, and 1 ant not going to let them get old by holding for high prices. Come now and share in the Bargains. Here few prices so as to give yon an idea as to how things are going CALICO, all shades per yd 5c Shoes at the lowest prices good Best POPLIN goods, 'regular leather can be sold at. price 20c & 25c per yd. now GROCERIES- -I carry a full line ' per yd 15c going at, and I defy competition. Best GINGHAMS made, If you fail to come to my store per yd 9Ac you are going to miss bargains. I also "have a nice lot of PANTS, I do not carry any bankrupt stock and prices you never heard of nor burn.out goods. My goods before. are new and clean. Also rememSHOES I carry in stock the fam- ber that I pay the highest marker; ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. Look For The Sign W. L. OVER BAY on the Imitation.Brick Bid". rinuiiLUiooiimL BARGAINS ara s, bat-K- e. d -- xe 5 n . UNDERTAKES -- South W. L. Overbay, pint mi i W. A. CROMER, Manager - jonasSELLS Mckenzie W, A. GipJJ S Sexcx Kmmtgr. V 33ig883ixx.; BBK"iH .TJntte, StBteiiAinbaiipador to Urne? VWJdn BUmmoned ffom fas post to Washington U. Balkan -- War: RounahIan itoods ln vaded. Bulgarian .terrUor' followiruj declaration of war fcyKlgg Cbarlaaof ' MiBXIo-JiHenr- 'Mexico Selz Shoes THE I Va; ITT iTTfL I a.-- Wlw,'iaiipiM ttr- - . "ROYAL BLUE" 1 " it Raumarila. Flr3rFlro JWfiii In BkiK! " "l''JBflBil,5 IB BBWSiT BRiiaB! ezJ""BH .. Padded. Sewed anditwiStiipand Stir-rupj&thers-a- t areasonaHerpnce uoura wiui( p. U'Deraoaa: and ISO In- Jured In a collision oft j train at Angeiea, Cat "lSvT? X. ObltuaryvDaBtel.Da .wjrylTpr, ot Aviation: !' flew from laeaLetb; Parajlq.B .BBjfcerjXitf Gity. Ind cauacd the pli a. 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