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" Jfc- .xosar - &nua& i ,. $$ (Jr.a -- t r ,n ' iMHMttM 4i iv Established r &a i mtmmimiMWMrmHwattKmvttM 1887 HB Ik. 1E COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY ' JANUARY L " "ro TP G! - 5 si i f$.jj&i.'z$$L$!'' vHtv&SsSnHSSk MsBKSk"ri''iSSSpBB WANTED! 1,000 More People TO DO i ALL THEIR TRADINGS-A- T BAKER' S Department STORE During in-wha- 1914 t JUDGE B J. BETHURtfM J ter-sa- , j NOT A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS. BUT CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT JUGE ' From reliable reports, ur-um- Well we're going to get them. How ? By supplying their wants no matter line giving them lower prices and better treatment We shall buy in Carload quantities, thereby enabling us to beat all competition 's vr Shape that Lasts as Long as Your a Clothes n IM JS&Um.AX JL well oa ,3u iJiWStysilooks oiliiJiienjatflosibla him' That'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. Shape is as much a shrunk added to skill- part of Cloth craft every stitch ful tailoring explains Clothes as the cloth it- why Clothcraf tClothes self; It's sewed and hold their shape as long l held-'i- as the clothes last, N it's tailored in to stay ' This is only one of It does .not depend on the points covered in pressing '. Pressing the Gotheraft guaran- alone gives shape, but tee that makes these will not hold it To clothes such wonderful last shape must be in values at $ JO to $25 When are you gothese clothes before the ing to give us a chance iron touches them cloth, thor- to show you these inol oughly tested arid sured clothes? All-wo- V?U. W ik. udpvfy ?eroz CottiC, - 2jh uf ddrxcia'Z.. d j 4j G&ri&kak y SBTTfflf I 3v x Mc s many of serve as judge. The said article Judge Bothurura's Somerset seems to insinuate that Beth friends are anxious for him to befriends tainu that lie is ingoods will be fraction of come a candidate for the Republi- debted to Kennedy lor withdrawcost. can nomination for Congress and ing as; a candidpteor Commonand especially so because they feel that wealth's AttortaVTour years ago. ho .is under obligations not to op- This is a gross misrepresentation. Cloaks Shoes, Dress Underpose Judge Kennedy for Circuit Belhurum's friend's thruout the Judge. They say that four years district are against Kennedy, and ago Judge Kennedy, who was are loyal to Bnthurum. They then a candidate for the Republi- know that Kennedy withdrew can nomination for Common- from that race, not; at the suggeswealths Attorney without opposit- tion of Bethurum. J.but upon his, place to Judge own initiative! ttjo reasons which ion, yielded his Jorvis. and thus relieved Judgo he gave could be repeated bu t Bethurum of all opposition for Cir- - the people care nothing for the rpj6ousiUi&t.pran$T2d liitfwitiK for liim to become Circuit Judge, drawal from that nice. It issufti. for C years' without either effort or cien'w to state that he did not withexpense, and that ho cannot afford draw at tho suggestion or by th o to oppose Judge Kannedy. procurement of Judge , Bethurura. But not so for Congress. The This put Judge Bethurum under way is both open and free. Caleb no obligations to Kennedy, and Powers has declared he will not Kennedy himself has recognized again be a candidate. There are this fact in the past by repeatedly no announced candidates, hence urging Bethurum to make the race JudgO Betjiurum's friends see a for judge,,and assuring the Judge splendid opportunity for of his loyal support jc his race, County Outlook and by cqntinneing tQ urge Be until vVildie The above artlclewaB published t.hunim to run for Miss Bort Storm of number of good suggestions offer- BH0D1IEA1). within the last few months, when in the Wayne County Keavy, is staying with Outlook, Mr. and edto the number present twhich an independent in politics, the he, himself, in his own mind, deMrs. I. R. Storn, and goinp to is under carefnl consideration, and On account of sickness, The editor of which is tuevillfug tool cided that he was judicial timber, Flamiltonian Society were com- school here. Mrs. S. L. Tateiwhioh if they work out as we became"" a candidate for judgo of H. C Konrtedy, who is seeking and at Hove they w.ll, other towns will pelled to postpone tho dates of has returned to her the Republican nomination for with the backing? oi Judgo Sweetwater, Tenn. after spending have cause to open their eyes ,biter' political enemies their play until Saturday night of the pas,t two months with her wide to see what we aro doing Circuit Judge agdinst Judge B. jf' at thisilace. They suggest Judge the 17th, at which time the people mother, Mrs. Linda Benton. down here, you may look out when Bethurum, and no doubt was writBethurum for Congress- - "to mis- of Brodhead and neighhorlna Misses Ella Carson and Alten by Konnody himself Gertrude tho people of Brodhead unite on towns; and the country wlli be though written by Kennedy tho lead thp peopje, Judge Betbujurrt permitted to see one of the best Martin have returned to Mary-vill- any one thing, thoy never have for Conarticle was inspired by him and will not be a candidate Tenn. after spending tho nor never will have "failure" gress, but at the proper time will and funniest plas ever staged, in holidays with others who are rank enemies of homefolks. J. N. stamped in their fareheads'. In this part of the Country by an Bethurum. and is designed to mis- announce himself as a candidate lor amateur troup. This being a Marlow is here from Jackson unity wo find tho most strongtu, re election to the Circuit Judgship spending a few days With homo- - ana wnuo many oi us can not sea lead tho people as to tho true Everybody knows that thi people Western play makes it a thrilling lolks. Bethurum As Miss Myrtlo Murray is up like tho other fellow, in religion type, and as tho name implies stated, tho paftjps wjo Inspired of this district, who believe in fair "The Waif or T(ip Pet of The from Crab Orchard spendibg a and politics, but we can meet on that article, are not friend of play and who recognize ability, Camp" would suggest a very few days with relatives. Mrs. one common level that may Judgo Bethurum, and waulft not and want their judge to possess it, strong oharaotor that will be acted Robins is numbered mote the general welfare of all and support him for Congross dr for will loyally stand by him in the by Mrs. L. M. Brownin that nat- among the sick this week. Miss it is a pooi business man, and a any other ofllco. It is grossly coming contest T?or tho Circuit ural manner which never fails to Ada Ward returned homo Fri- - very selfish one that oannet corn-damisleadnjigijfilthe wishes of Judgeship. ,e after spending a week with promize his own opinion It is the universal custom thru impress the most critical, Wallace BethVrhm's Somerset Judge and friends in Livings- - times, to help his town when it is play the out, this.State and has been for Haggard as usual will ton Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens without material injury to friends regardirWhis future poht years for a Circuit Judge to be part of the leading Hero and his feaj aspirations Af&his Somerset returned home after voting self. Details of this meeting will given an endorsement by a re- equal is always hard to find, as in juuctkm City and. D,an,vUle for later appear in these columns. friends, th. ruout tils judicial dis' election.- if his services on the well as Walter Robins who is at trict want artd 8JcpeM, him to re' bench. are giving- the past week. Beginning next WORMS THE CAUSE OF YOUR satisfaction. home on the stage with the part of mnlH UJ.HJ.I rlfA Alltnllil WnHv UUWU rr Motdjy, revival wlllf be held at UJUIU 1rM tIJCUIILUIlttUWU Fran-ciscIf U tedly the Villian. Miss Jewell CHILD'S PAINS. H of the 28th jud.cial dilAiot, Methodist church by tho T YU'M that im-- . the i will alsq act th,Q A foul, disagreeable breath, tt. W'S""' Mtw 1'v?1 during-tfipast Jhohas presided Judge Bethurum was making a p,ortan,t oi the second female char pastor, the Rev. Richie. He will dark circles around the eyes, at. have help by a very able minister, times feverish, with great four years with such marked abil- spleudid record as thirst; judgo and acter. The names of tho parties but we ure unablo to ity, an4 W?ere fre has given such recall his cheeks flushed and then pale, abthe two black facos wo beg should be "Now will acting name at this time. J3verybody domen swollen with sharp crampuniversal satjs feet jon as judge; tho people of this district make au to allow you to guess when you s invited to attend these services. ing pains are all indications oi and while! they reoogni' and exception of Judge Bethurum and see the play, but as for "Negroes" ,1c now that he would ablV arj(j Tho school resumed work Mon- worms. Don't let your child suffer to bp found Kickapoo Worm dopy Ifim an ppp;qrernent, just to they have no equal will give greditably represent the Eleventh day, with the same teachers, ex- sure relief It kills Killer worms-w- hile the please and. tickle ike. vnpify and even ip the wholo Etheopian rare. Oongjfecqiofjal District in the Halls Tueton, C. Byron its laxative effeot add greatgratjfy the ambition rpf pno man, R, o.Shi vol as mastor of tho Camp cept F. L. of Congross, yet hjsj repord ori thp Owens is taking charge of that ly to the health of your child by reh.e sspepts that hp is r will play a much more important because moving the dangeroiu and disabench is such, that the great niassr put of whjpj) a Cirauit Judge role than over before, in fact every department. A number from greeable eifoct of worms and paraof the people all over the disphnrftcter is such a strong one and here have boon attending Court sites from the system. Kickapoo tpay be madp? trict ape unwilling that he should Judge Bethurum is a clean, the play In general so good, that at Mt. Vernon this weik. Dou't Worm Killer as a health producer forget tho play at hall over Citi- should be in every household. rehire from tba boiiolj, and arp moral, sober, honest, upright, words forbids a description that zens Bank Renvmiber the dato Porfoctly safe. Buy a box for him to almoiuunnimouslv fearless and impartial Judge, and will satisfy any one, with what 17. serye tho peoplo in of tho Price 25c. All Druggists or by The morchants Jan. continue to has held tho scales of justice they will be able to bee and enjoy mail. capacity. And they are reheld a business meeting in Phiii. Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. that or St. Louis equally poised, without regard to by coming to see this play at tho town joicing over the fact that ho has politics or religious seat tho Directors room of The Citicreed, and time mentioned. Reserved zens Bank Thursday evening at J. E. Craig of tho Quail section, regained his health, and has conhas faithfully lived up to his oath tickets will be on salo at Chas. C, io make the race, wbich. and dibcussed at length tho was here during the week. sented of office, and has never swerved Davis Drug store Mt. Vomon, 7:30 For Saik: My farm, oi 100 posibillties of a commercial Club means that he will poutjnue to Herald, Lyons Bros. Drug stove, Orub Or rofji for Brodhead, and what could bo acres, one mile South of Wiklie. chard, and Robins Drug store, This Good five room dwelling house, by tho same. Btodhoadf as early as the middle accomplished barn and outbuildings, one tenant Joe tho Waif or Pet of the Camp of the week. Miss Tempest is certainly a slop in the right dimany house, well watered with springs, The" play to be put on by localiSaturday night the 17th at Opera Ward attended a house party, rection, a small town looses most under cultivation. Wil( sell talent at the Opera House at BrodHouse Brodhoad, Ky. of Aliises Grace opporl unities to better the town given at the home general by not having a medium on reasonable terms. For futher in head Ky., will be the night of the and Pearl Folds at Stanford. pavticulars, apply to Rans CoffoJ( i7th instoad of the 10th as firat an' Vula Reynolds and Mrs. Otis thru which matters can be brought on adjoining far n . FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs. discussed in a Mary J, RA,ys$, nounced. I'Vith spent a few days with their to tho people and business like way. There we're a Jan, 9 3t. Bewa, Ky. sister, Mrs. Pearl Proctor at. I 1913 Is History. In goes the Knife All our winter cut to a their Men's Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' 'Children's Coats, and Wraps, Hats, Goods, wear, Hats, Stoves, Ranges, Furniture and everything. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. uriGrr BA K FR MT. VERNON, KY THE RIGHT GOODS THE RIGHT PRICE him.-Wa- yne be-ho- 's -- e, Igo pro-Walt- J y, some-relativ- es him-hav- e ( wber',..J u7ax e e oor tim-bp- to-da- ls duty.-Samer- sot Children Cry CASTORIA M! H ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, ; .Ian. q. i9'4 r Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ONK YRAR Mo., John Clark, funning,' Cleve land, Minnesota, John J. Jones, IVill O. Curtitu, te'egrapDin, .lone?, policetrun, New Yoc.t City, Franklin, Jaok McL'tiil, farmer, KCiKiJ&UtiajJ! iraa gwiitiRHBaaai " ACTION CONFIRMED CONVICTION OF LABOR LEADERS IS UPHELD, IN COURT OF AP. PEALS AT CHICAGO. New Trials Granted Six officials Union Catec May Be Carried To Highest Tribunal. of r- - .:... --4.. - M$0 STYt Tenn., Childress prmlicing, IIustonsillu, Mrs. M.illio; V Dv. W J Kstes, Runoninville, New York Jl.OO Mrs. Bettie Frederick. Alnicda, Crlifornia, J. T. olsh, brother ol Federal Cheinieil made known on R. A. Welch Advertising rates Co., Columbus Ohio, Win Hryj application ant, telegr.i)hiii: Winchester, Will Berea, Brauanian telegraphing, m km mm or Middles ASSOCIATION Mose Ball telegraphing KKNTITCKY PRIWS w I boro, E.ld Mink, telegraphing, I,,. &N..L. O. I'ulin. dispatching, Livingston, 15. F. Bryant, telegraphing, Pine Hill, Grayden Ball The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in You'll Find the necessity of thinking botore paying a great Incentive to sitving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make Si comfortable balance. i telegraphing, Brush Creek, Jack Laswell telegraphing Brush Creek Arthur Cox, telegraphing, K. C, lTseemsto be an impossibility Lee Berry, telegraphing, K. C to form laws that will keep out Henry Wood: telegraphing, K. C whisky selling deamons in mens Frank Singleton, telegraphing, L shape coming here from the cities & lv, Jim Mullins, telegraphing, of otherstatesand selling the dirtv K. C.Opio Owens, telegraphing, soul destroying stuff to men and K. C, Will Parsons, telegraphing hoys or to any one who can scrape Chicago, J. J. Painter, telegraphup enough pennies to buy it ing, Lebanon Jet., Sherman Moore There is oue of these human telegraphing, on K. C, Joe Jackbeings traveling for a NewAlbany son, telegraphing, Sinks, John V. Indiana, whisky house that ccmes Mullins, telegraphing, Siuks, Wilto this place at least once every liam Anglin, telegraphing, K. U. month burning up and searching J. W Stephens, merchant, Bere.i, out victims of that drink hibit to T.J Branaman, merchant, Berea Old Cull" remains in Rockcastle further add to their deplorable con dition adding fuel to the flumes and continues to relate scary war by furnishing them with that aw tales when they raided hen roosts and man fill destroyer f morals Moving Pictures At Mutt was arrested hood. This party & Jeff for next five nights we will here some time back anr' tried be to regular exhib fore county judge, but it appears show, in addition two extra reels of great educathat the laws protects him in his it nefarious work instead of punish- tional interest and value, Showing ing him. Heclaims toonly take men cutting wheat with .orders but the trail of the serpent reap licoic. hliarpenmg craddlo can be seen whenever ho comes .to blade. Cutting wheat with craddle ....... ........ ij ....: i... .,... our town. There ourM to be i "iC" "". some way of checking this shame Then follows self rake reaper. less thing of allowing more sorrow Ma.sh harvester. Osborn binder, and heartaches made by this inter latest improved, in wheatfield. loper who cares naught for the Mowing scone in Illinois, followed tears, troubles and hopelessness of by tedder and side delivering rakes widows, wives, husbands, fathers and. mechanical hay loader. Ma brothers and sisters of his victims nure spreader. Gasoline traction who have a craving for thedevelish pulling six plows, twelve plows, stuff, this wolf isscattoring among eiglneen plows, then three trac-them. Many of them are literal- tions pulling fifty five plows, cut-fdet wide, hi in, who have ting a furrow sixty-louly hunted up by plowing an aero in less than lour made efforts to shake off the habit There must be some way to rid minutes. Great. Come see it. the town of this pest and a way will be found. old-tim- Western Newspaper Union News Service. Chicago. Tho Hciitcncos of 24 of the labor union officials convicted In In-- i dlnnnpolls of conspiracy to transport dynamite were confirmed by the Uni ted States circuit court or appeals Six of the of tho Seventh district. 30 who appealed were granted new trials. They are: Olaf A. Tveltmoe. of San Francisco; William McCain, of Kansas City, Mo.; Fred Sherman, 'of THEY PREFER OURS .v. 4.1 -- .: y The Bank of (Vlt-Vemon- Indianapolis, Ind.; William Bernhard, of Cincinnati, O.; James "E. Ray, of Peoria, 111., and Richard II. Houlihan, of Chicago. Counsel for the 24 within 30 days will petition the court of appeals for a rehearing on new legal points. If that Is denied they will ake the case to the supreme court of the United States. MINISTER FIQHT8 FLAMES. haU-Bhave- No Wonder, i vt:vVV' Simple as A B C Ours Cost Less Oijrs Wear Better ,1 They Have More Style . h; - The Bank of ISEHHSMi Wit. Vernon WHERE SOME ARE By TO-DA- Y OF ROCK-CASTLE- S CITIZENS "J. M." machinist, Knoxville, Tenn., Cecil McClary, in bank, Nicholasville, Brent McClary, traveling salesman, Geo W. Brooks, railroading, Denver. Colo., Esmer Hayes, telegraphing, AshReduced Prices land, Ky., Dr. M. Pennington, practicing his profession, fighting hook worm, pelegra and tuberculo sa, Bertha, Ky., ueo. Kionie, u signal corps.' Juarez.Mexico, A.H Hamlin, lumber, Pineville, C C. Melcalf, Detroit, Mich., L B. Hilton. R R. kgent, Rowland, W. H Pettus, R. R. agent Harbershatu, Tenn., Jack Conn and Conn BETHURUM & LEWIS Brown, real Estate and lawyer " Aransas Pass. Texas, Loyd Hayes is just as essential to present dav Attorneys at Law telegraphing, New Butte, Mont., conditions, with multiplying autoOffices in Bethurum Bldg. FOR FLETCHER'S G. C. Kennedy, hardware, Beau mobiles, as was tho old "Wilder Will practice in all the Courts moot, Texas, Thomas C- O'Mara. ness Rord to the Imrdy pioneers I , Next in importance to the i528, Pavno St , Automobiles, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway & White, Nashville, Tenn., James John Colter, railroading which courses the mountains on a C t--j ranching, ' Tucson, Ariz., Miss Mollie Parker direct north and south line, and ' 4. lawyer, Mobile, Ala., Anse Bore-ing- , which is soon to give Kentucky, XK I'I 'IM VTiXJ kv ' glassworks, Reading Ohio, O. Ohio, llinois, Indiana, Missnur X) U J, Sutton, foroman of construction and the great lake trgicn a quick! C FroiitUoouisnvcr linker' 0 Store fj . lMume Kansas City, roule to the far south, is the pro $ W. U. Telegraph, (Ky)1 Poynte., farmer, posed Mo., John M. Lee Rash, highway. Such a highway, leadJamestown, Indiana, farming, Harrison, Ark., Thos. A. ing along the Jacksonville, border and thru Cumberland Gap. MountVernon Monumental Stewart, Meadows, braking, will bring not only Lexington, but Fla., Wheeler and other UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Lebanon Jet., Tom Adams, rail- Louisville. Cincinnati roading, Montgomery, Ala., Mrs. cities in that direction, iu closer of " Gailesbroth. Bereford, Fla., W. S. touch with tho south and east ana Stewart, farmer. Flat Lick, C. C. and will be a much sought route tourists. This Granite Monuments of all Newland, painter, Pittsburg, A. J by automobile Gentry, mining, Blanche, Frank movement, coupled with u move kinds. Eii mates furnished Harlan, E. ment now being inaugurated, to grocery, Brooks, on application. Shtvell, railroading, Whitewood, make Bristol the uorthern termi CS; GEO. OVV.ENS Propr. service, nus of tho "Crest of the Blue E. D. Hansel, revenue Pono 112 means that Lawrenceburg, GusStowart, farm- Ridge 'Highway," Creek. D. P. Thomp- travel from the west this way ing, Silver son, conductor, Maysville, Eugene over tho new and direct route will Orndorff, engineer, Newark, Ohio find it convenient to speed south Mi'ii "JTiTi'Tiiii J. C. Williams, retired business ward from here along tho erost of man, aged 83, brother of late the Blue Ridge into the South AtThis Crest of the ' David N. Williams, Carthge. 111. lantic statos. W. H. Williams, merchant, Aztec. Blue Ridge into the South Bristol N. M , T. S. Miller, brother of M. by the building of only through the J. Miller Jr., farmor, Santa Rsoa, miles of highway in North Snodgrass, tele counties of Watauga, Colifornia, Isaac Littleton, Coio.,- "Bob" Carolina, and Johnson and Sulli-graphing, Owens, monuments. Salem, Ind , van, in Tennessee. Johu.ion and ' G. W. Gentry Sr., farmer, Clare Sullivan counties have already rrri-nBH aa3'r more. Oklahoma, W. S. Cum graded a portion of this road, and mins, merchant. Witcbita, Kans , s'eps are now bejng taken looking J. W. Gentry, livery, St. Louis to the compleiiuu of tho road in Cleve Wilmott, Tho course of these oountk's. leads through these two roads territory that was inn le memorable by the American revolution. where Gen. King's Mountain, Isiac Shelby and John Sevier struck n great blow for American when they, with Independence, niy.army of hardv backwood'neu. routed Ferguson and his men, thus winning in a con'est that marked the turning point in the is.adjacetu to the Revolution, ' Crust of tho Blue Ride Highway. " With the building of these roads, the people of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana will have a di reel automobile route to the scenes made memorable by the struggles blazed the of the pioneers, who wav for tho inareh of civilization we;,tWflrd m t!llH C()limy. The for its mnte w ,, no,p1 , .. , hpllnt ns it tmverseS the and Appalachian Cumberland ranges, passing over that portion of the mountain vhere the Virginia and Southwestern Railway passes thru the wonderful Natural Tun Virginia nel, iu Scott County, ! Bristol-tLexington High- The ivnv is survived to nass verv near Bristol, Tenn. Jan. 3rd.r-- In thjs t Uinu0 which is ono of Colonial days, when American civil freaks of most remarkable the ization was young, the great nature to bo lound in any part of movement westward was across the world. the Blue Ridge and thence westContinued next week. e ward alongthe boundry, thru Cumberland Gap AN IDEAL WOMAN'S LAXATIVE into Kentucky. It was this route that Isaac Shelby, the first goverWho wants to take salts, 01 nor of Kentucky, and Daniel castor oil, when there is nothing Boone, tho pioneer hnnter, travel better than Dr. King's New Lile bowel troubles. They Pills ed when they moved westward net for all and naturally on the gently from "the Watauge Settlement.'" stomach and liver, stimulate nnd TheTennes:,eo-Virginboundry regulate your bowels and tone np line took the same direction, the 'he entire system. Price 25c. At 11 hi. fJocklen & ail Druggists. ,an.o;fi:nn i.uir- f ,...,. i,. M. ,, ' Co Philiileiphia or SI. Louis. in the Cumberland range of iiinun tains. This is still the most diLuther Manis. who accidently rect route from the Southeast into shot himself mas eve, has been Kentucky. Ohio. Indiana and Illi suffering very considerably for nois, and a modern stone highway the past week. Tho wound is in over this old "Wilderness route" tho left leg. . e Over And Everything to Keep You Warm Goats Camden, N. J. Rushing out of a barber shop when he learned that his church was afire, Rev. Michael Dl Lelsl ran Into the blazing edifice of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and fought the flames until the arrival of the firemen. The fire started from a Christmas tree that was being dismantled coming In contact with a lighted candle on the altar. The blaze rapidly spread to all parts of the church, and when the firemen arrived they found the priest bravely trying to quench nt the risk of the flames single-handehis safety. The damage was small. d 100 MEN MEET DEATH. It's about as dillicult to describe these now clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Lea) Year Party. You'vo got to seo her with your own e) es. Maybe you'll liko her if you don't thre are others- - So, if one suit doesn't plea.seyou, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with yon, Tho 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 "")' "' '"'B Winnipeg, Man. Dashed to death on tho rocks In the Frazer river, British Columbia, or swept to their doom by the swift current, was the fate' of 100 laborers employed by the Grand Trunk Pacific railroad, according to Angela Pugllese. He Is one of 25 who managed to escape when the flatboat iu which they, were being transported across the river was wrecked on a rock. Pugllese reached Winnipeg. He says the 25 vfho escaped were all In jured. Uh Columbia, E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. , s The tragedy occurred In Brit west of Ft. George. OF GREAT EVAN- BIOGRAPHY j GELIST. Winona Lake, Ind. While Rev. Billy Sunday, the noted evangelist, was resting here recently, after a strenu ous campaign In Johnstown, Pa., he received word that. the, new biography, "The Spectacular Qareer of Rev. Billy Sunday," was 6fT the preBs. 'it Is the work of T. T. Frankenbcrg and the evangelist says It Is a truthful account of his life. 1 1 r $ 'I 19.99 'S easier and more cpnven- ' BRISTOL TO LEXINGTON CINCINNATI Corn ' MARKETS ient to write, a cheqk for this amount than to count out a ten, a five and four ones, a half, a quarter, two dimes and four pennies . A checking account in our bank docs away with all such botjiersome difficulties for you always have tho right change. vhcn you write a check. But that is merely one of the many adantsges chief among which is ;r sdft-- . Virginia-Ternesse- Now corn Is quoted as fol3 white 6566c, No. 4 white 6264c, No. 2 yellow 6769c, No. 3 yellow No. 4 yellow 62& 64c. No. 3 mixed fi465c, mixed car 62Glc, white ear 04 67c, yellow ear lows: No. 6567c. No. 1 C460c. Hay Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US At For Cash at h standard timothy 17.60, No. 2 timothy $16.50, No. 3 timothy $14.60, No. 1 clover mixed $1515.60, No. 2 clover mixed $13 13.50, No. 1 clover $1313.60, No. 2 clover $11011.50. Oats No. 2 white 42&43c, standard white 424ac, No. 3 white 41 41c, No. 4 white 3941c, No. 2 mix. ed 4141V4c, No. 4 white 3941c, No. 2 mixed 414iy3c, No. 3 mixed lO'i timothy $18.50, 41c, No. 4 mixed Wheat No. 2 red 3 red 9697VSc, No. 4 PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. , CASH MORE - O.no-lina- Children Cr'y C ASTO R A red 839Cc. Poultry Hens, light 130, heavy springers, large 14u; roosters 10c; 14Vic; springers, small 14c; spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 15c; duck, under 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toms, old, 17c; young turkeys,v 9 lbs and over, 17 Vic. Eggs Prime firsts 32c, flrst( 3 Vic, ordinary Arsts 30Vic seconds 26c. 4040c. 9899V2c, No. ' 5CC5X!CX a r n. Cattle Shippers $6.758.25, butch' er steers, extra $7.858, good to to fall common choice $6.857.75, $5.756.75; heifers, extra $7.75, common to fair $57; cows, extra $6.25 6.50, good to choice $5.506.15, com mon to fair $3.755.25; canners $3 4.50. ycya$3d& & 3&c & ' . GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Dentist 19-- extra Bills Bologna $5.7508.50, fat bulls $6.256.75. Calves Extra $11.50, fair to good $9.5011.25, common and large $6 $6.60, 10.75. Brodhead Coffins, Ky J Bristol-to-Lexingto- n Virginia-Tennesse- Hogs Selected heavy $8.45, good to choice packers and butchers $8.40 8.45, mixed packers $8.358.40, stags $4.507.25, common to choice heavy fat sows $507.90, extra $8, light shippers $8.10r8.35, pigs (110 lbs and less) insu-anc- e, J. C. MeCLftRY' $608. Sheep Extra $4.60, good to choice $4.104.40, common t9 fair $2.7504. Lambs Extra $8.25, good to cholcs $7.0508.15, common to fair $607.15. GERMAN OFFICERS SCORE. COMPLETE LINE Caskets' and Robes Mall, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled. vHhmhkt7xMB& Manufacturers Strasburg, Germany. court-martia- Testimony Stanford, Ky. much more favorable to the accused army officers were given at the rel on Col. sumption of the Von Router and Lieut. Schad, of the Ninety-nintinfantry, who are charged In connection with the Zabcrn Incidents of November. The evidence of officers of the regiment showed that h ;(ccx xdfcedafo! NOW AVAILABLE VIA ' ' a; GO SOUTH THIS W3NTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor cnjoynlent dispel L ought of printer's discomfort. ill there had been a tumult, with hooting and offensive cries against the soldiery both before the arrests ant while they were being carried out. WINTER TOURIST FARES ' ) fifty-thre- CASTORI A 'C. Williame, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR v. - - 1 MT. VERNON. KY. On 2cd. floor o TheBank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 80. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVJPRI yiLfiflBg. ,Va EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURIAS9ED; For details consult any Ticket Agent or write H. C KING. Pwngw and Tlckrt Agynt, 101 Eitt Htln St. Lwten; ER INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND f'LAND OF .THE SKY." LONQ, RETURN UMIT. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH K I U5ff5335 5P3 s mmpm -- s ML VERNON. SIGNAL Mi. Vkrnon, Ky, Jan 9, 1914 Mr. and Mrs. S.'B. McKenzie V. V Robins, of ffioOlua 1,' was are rojolcihg over thft arrival of , reappointed Deputy Cleric. The Kindergarten I will open at Langdon Memorial school uekt - ! 5 V books (or,19i3. Another year is gone. 1013 i ont with SIONAL No back talk, with Table Talk VV. M.POYNTBlt. history. The year held much thnt j flour. For salo bv No chance for a mistake, when was "good for us all. It taught J. F GlUFFW. Jan. you use Pioneer Self Rising flour that business grows more excisCounty Superintendent, W. A. For salo by , ing every day: That success is B. Davis says teachers must sign Jan. Our business1 1. F. OipfiN. not an accident. payroll before receiving the last professions require hard work There will bc a meeting of tho'and louiaviux NhviUC It. R. Co. draw. Board ol Directors of the Mt. Ver and unremitting attention. la ST,. '"A Our Commercial Club is just list of non Fair Association, at the Court This and last weeks TIME TABLE. includes 55 house in Mt. Vernon od Saturday cne year oiu tuts evening, out 4.50 pm Rockcastle citizens 22 uortn...and pretty Jan. 17th, 1914, telegraph operators 24 nortn ...V...'. .. .... 3:53 am promptly' at 1 ouite u blir kid for its uko. It! good list for one county to turn o'clock p. Mi It is important that seems tome that our Commercial' 28 south 11:43 am , Club has done . more for ourselves,A Pairof Trousers or every member be present. Fancy Vest 21 South .. t' 12:19 a m out. our town anu our county, inan'i Wk b.Fisuf(Sec'y. T. J. Niceloy was appionted, Landrum, Agent. Jas. anything we have ever attempted' For a short time only, vro aro offering with oyory Suit, Coat and Trousers or Ovorooatpur. Circuit Clerk to fill vacancy Phone No. 8. PROGRAM chased (PROM THE PAlCiL AND WINTER LINE) a FANCY VEST or a PAIR OF TROUSERS before It has brought us into caused by resignation of Hugh " """ " """"" """" "" " FREE.1 Olothos mado to your moasuro by Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, closer touch wjth each other, mad& Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitoffice Miller, which appointment meets Masonic Hall, Tuesday, Jau. 18tb. us better frieudsibetter business u ncondeiu mall matter. GLOBE TAILORING CO., Inc. with the hearty approval of all. men and better citizens. The Commercial Club Idea, CINCINNATI H. H. Baker, Fred Hayes, Chint Our Commercial Club has oblit-- ' PERSONA L Every garment is baoked by the rigid guarantoo of tho makers. C. C. Williams Take advantage.of ithis NOW. Lear, Tom French, W. R. Dkker-so500 Patterns to Soleot From E. R. Gentry erated our little, mean, Mrs Safah WalleU'bifi finished compose the board of Equal- "United We ' town politics ; taught us to stand d we ' vher school and moved tack to isation, which met thisweek. Morj L$V Bethurum as a unit for the good of our toon Fall" town. than the usual number of raises As It Seems To Me and community. It has made Judge Alcorn was one of the have been made. Chas. C. Davis. great strides toward the "Boone visiting attorneys at court this Every member of the Club re- Way" and everything points to All kind of cleaning, pressing, Deliver .the Goods and week. quested to be present. Nice lunch our final success in building the hut blocking, dyeing and repairing is doue at a reasonable price. Oppo- -' a reature ot the occasion. Cashier, Arch B. Furnish great Highway. It has put Mt. confined tojils room with a severe site Court house. Vernon on the map It has made CIRCUIT COURT case of the mumps. an Electric L.ignt 1'iant, ior Alt. C. H. MurxlNS, Circuit Court convened Monday Vernon a certainty, and 'ere many Jeff Holmanof Hiatt, and 'J. VV. Mt. Vernon. with Juaga B. J. Bqrburum on the weeks we shall bo up to the minute Southard of Henderson) have joinOne of ttie big accomplishments bench. This is JiidgeBethurum s in that respect. I contend that. ed the B. V: boosters. of our Comraercifjl Club was the first visit to Mt. Verfaou in yeav, a we have made great strides this W. G. MBee, of the Sutton ic banishment of petty town politics . having been in the hospital more year in tne matter 01 ouuaings, McBee llrm is very sick with They picked ou u ticket and put S LEADIKGrC but is much better at this it thru regardlesk of and without than one half of the time since ho schoolschurches and any num- closed court here one year ago. hnr of ihiritrs which add to the ' time. the name of anypolltical party. Wo arc glad to say (hut he has en- comfort and prosperity of us all. Berry Howard of near Brodhead to The big blast put off at Mt. tirely'recove'red and is looking his Wc face a ededition of good busi who has been sick tor some time Vernon quarry on 27th of June, best again. ness and iair prices. at Pineville, returned home and is first, is still furnishing stone for Judge M. L. Jarvis CommonThe Tariff and Currency ques Notice'. Having recently sold improving. the crusher and will last until wealth's Attorney is atihis post of tions are- settled facts the income tlons from any of our stockholdeis my farm I wish to sell mv stock FOR FROST BITES AND C. A. Blanford and our faithful or friends. May the good year of CHAPPED SKIN March when auother mammoth duty. The following Juries were tax does not worry any of the 9 irrespondent, Bill Owens were blast will be ready lb explode anfl i9i4, bring to you all its fondest oi goods at Quail, Ky. Ifyou wish For frost bitten ears, finger and s . oi. our Club, and selected: members among the crowd from Livingston linnHo nni 1iro 0V11I. blessiugs and greatest prosperity to go into, general merchnn- - Inpsshake the earth. ought to be good not a boom Grand Jury dise business and keep attending Couet. blains, cold sores, red and roueh gouu, steady, Oblisk flour always reliable. Fcr call on me at once at Quail. skins, there is notning to equal Jim Barnett, Z. T. Hansel, H. year, pornaps, out .Groen Cotton was blown tip in Protracted meeting will begin solid business. If we can but sale by at the Mt. Vernon Baptist church L. Smith, Dari Mullins, Jim Pre w J. A. Proctor. Bucklen's. Arnica Salve. Stops Jau. a premature blast at Mullina "way we have the pain at ouce and heals quickly. J. P. Griffin. joining and severely Monday Jan. 12th., at, 7 p.m. itt, Mitcbei Cummins, John Grider cantinue outinwethe be able to lift Jan. 9 8t. In every hdrue there should De a shall started Services each day at 2 o'clock in Wallace LaWwell, Grant Thompson injured about' hands and face. box hatidy all the time. Best tne afternoon and 7 in the even- Henry Henzaian, H. G. Gentry, old Mi. Vernon out of the rut and remedy for all skin diseases, itchMrs. G.T. Johnson and children set her ou the solid foundation ing. .Rev. Don Q. Smith of 'Lex John R. Howard. ing eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 20c. went to Berea. first of tfW'week o ington This evening we are going to All druggists or bv mail. will assist us. Every body H.E. Petit Jury, No. 1. be present at the wadding of Miss Bucklen &Co. Pniladolphia or St. elect our officers for the ensuing Miss Sue Gregory Robsrtson' and Mr. invited. G. W. Bowman, J. J. McCall, J Margaret Dooloy and Mr. Dock Lonis. vear. and I confidently hope that Plans are already beinj made R. Ballingor, Gentry Evans, J. F. you will not make the same William Temple Lewis Married "Wynn. Bradley, J. J. Brown. Tilmon Oof-fv- , LovicThorapson.of London, was for putting on the banner fair of Last, IgUl. 6 Noti'cr: The end of. the year it S. L. Hammond, J3. K. Argen- - mistake you made cne year ago naarund-assbor- t examined and grrnted law license Rockcastle ot Alt. Veruonnext hi you elected your president settle- when bright, W; H. Cummins. "hereyesterlay,i Lo vie is a bright August 5, 6 and 7th. The people UcKmneyWATMink'f Andrew (mvs'elfjrs" Sue Imt.wedaing.of friends, please " there" young man preict 'a come and settle up your acI do j feel ttk&fr we Gregory Kobertson and Mr. Wil No. 2. stockholders than beiug more splendid success for him. counts and we will still be friends owe a vote of thanks' to Mr?Maret, liam Temple Lewis was quietly W. A. Bloomer, Geo. Albright, organization ol solemnized (ast night at 7:30 as ever. has been probably uny other J. N. French, who French, Ike our Secretary, for his tireless and o'clock is grow Sam Barron, John its kind in the state and it at the home of the bride's Yours respectfully, larming near Julesburg, Colorado . successful efforts in behalf of our Arnold rtlW ing bigger and better over," year. Herron. J. J. Berry,-Wmmother, Mrs. T. C. Robertson in I Jonas McKenzie. Jan. 2 3t. Club.lor ten years, is Avith relatives in Jr., Frank Robins, W. S. Robins, Hotel Henry Watterson Park drive. Harvey Owens wishes to state, Lewis McGuire, J. L. Cooper, Jeff the county. Mr. French fans been LOUISVILLE. KY, The ev. Dr. S. H. Lovelace very successful, raising 6ugar in these columns, that Ida Lewis Hal man. I The South fHQfit popular pricedmodern 'and The caso against Tames Brown The stock holders of the Poeples performed the ceremony in the and alfalfa. beets, potatoes Modrel has taught the best Ior Infants and Children, Bank, met Monday and elected presence of tho two immacliate iituatcd in the Absolutely Miss Bernice Landrum returned most successful school the colored charging arson, has consumsd the very hart or the retail shopping dfitnctand The Rind You Have Always Btffgbt directors and officers for next families and a few close friends. near all the theatre. Tuesday from Kansas City where people of Mt. Vernon district have attention of the court most of the FInett Caia in LouUvillo, with moderate year. Tho officers are, U.' G. The only attendants were the Boara tho pri.es. In many year3 and he with week. The Jury retutned a ver she went as a? deligate of the had Baker, President, J. P, E. Drum-mon- maid ot honor, Miss Irene Vogt, Club Break fa it from 25c up noon day Slgnaturo of An hotq Dinner, 6 to 8 p nine tenths of the pairons of the diet yesterday ol not guilty. Lunch 50c. table Y. W. C. A. of her class of the V. P., F, L. Thompson Jr., m $1 00 Also elaborate a la carte service two little flower children, in Reitaurant. Eastern Kentucky State Normal school earnestly, desire her services Other items of recoid are two Cashier, C C Cox, Ass't. Cash- and the Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to a. m. Miss Virginia Doll and Master fines of $loo. and $80. each A TEXAS WONDER. Orchestral and vocal music. She returned to her school at for the next term. against Bob Lee for selling whisky ier. Directors: W. J. Sparlcs, Richard McDaniels, who scattered Wednesday Richmond, ROOM PRICES The Texas Wonder cures kidney U. G Baker, J C. Griffin, R. G. the petals before the bride. Town Tkustbks. Tha town Morris Farrts, breach of thep-jac$50 aud Logan Doan $50. for Moore, S D. Lewis, b, L.' Thompand bladder troubles, removing With running water and Mr. Grover Giles was Mr. board of tiustees, the Murshal, shooting on the public hishway. LOCAL' private toilet $1 per day grand, cures diabets, weak and .... son Jr., and Judge L. V. Bethur- Lewis' best man, j inducted into Police Judge wero With private bath $1.50 of the kidneys all irregularities re- their respective offices on Monday um. Mt. Vernorr, Ky. W. T. Todd, the barber, is up to $3.00 per clay Miss Rnth Duncan sang "The t and in boty men and women. Large lamplo raoms This year has been a very a l severe case of last. Dr. A. G. Lovoll who was Judge B, J. Bethurum, covering from Bridal Chorus" from "Midsummer with private bath 92.50 Regulates bladder troubles in one, the bunlcjwying made Night's Dreain4' prior to the cerefever. elected in November as a member Somerset, Kv. to ?3,!iQ per day. children. If not sold by your cent of mony. ovar I3 per cent, qualify as it was pear Itidge: W. R. McClnre has opened a of board did not You ato cordially Inviled to male lM druggist, will be sent by mail on Iiqte! your Iieadquartrr wbtf9 fn Luuvi!l, newly which was declared as dividend, 2 The bride, who entered alone, The undersigned pool room in the D. C. Poyntor thought his holding, a place as, even it only tor a day. nave your moll "2 receipt of !?i 00. One small bottle and package! addrccteil here. You will trustee of graded school would ejepted county officials of Rock- per cent placed to surplus and wore a wedding gown of point property. Iwaya be a welcome Quest, in two months treatment, nd se S. p castle cpunty, herebyvask and re- 'per cent charged to furniture and lace and chifon over incompatible. white satin. ROBERT D. JONES, Manager. .. No badfbread with Oblisk flour. make it tnils to perfect a cure. Send fixtures, leaving a small amount The laco was an heirloom, which Franklin was appointed by Judg quest you to stand for For salo by , for testimonials from his and othor Jtethurutn had boen used on wedding gowns G. M. Ballard tj fill the vacancy, as the judge of this judicial dis- as undivided profits. J. F. Griffin, Jan. states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 & Lewis wore elected Attorneys for three generations. The bridal Mr. Franklin was namedcbairman trict; CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH - ,C. H. Mullins makos old clothes Olive stroot, St. Louis, Mo. Soldi . voil ot illusion was made and F. L. Durham, yvas ' 1st Because we have known with a REMEDY by Druggist. and hats look new, give him a trial elected permanent chairman qt yqu thruout your whole life and The following statem cnt of Pres- Juliette cap, 1c .ught with sprays of This remedy has no sunorinr All work guaranteed satisfactory. the board. James Maret was ap jenow that you have live a life ident U. G. Baker read before the lilies of the valley. The bride for coughs and colds. It is peasFor pastry and "cakes, use Ob poiuted clerk. The board took np plqrneless and above reproach in stockholders meeting is by request carried a shower bouquet ol lilies ant to take. It contains no opium FOR FLETCHER'S The bride's only or other narcotic. It alwa) s cures. tne question of license for pool oyory respect, and that you 'have of the directors published, as fol- of the valley. lisk flour. For sale'by ornament was a diamond pend- For sale by all doilors. J. F. GniFFiN. tables and placed the rate o $100. fhe confidence and respect of all lows: Jan. 9 31. table and $1. for each ad tb,e people ol the county of vour The President said, in hitfad-dres- s ant, the gift of the groom. Rev. Stpokbr idg6 of Baltimore, for first to the stockholders; "I918 table. bjrtb. The maid of honor wasattivod in the past ditional v has been in Mt. Vernon 2nd Because jou are thorough- has been our banner year." n pink crepe de ohino with an overtield over rel . week, looking the Glasgow', Ky. Dec 30 13. to fill "Great gains have tfeen F made in dress of lace. ly qualified and competent She carried an tjve to accepting the pastorate' of Editor Mt. VernonSignal, tne office, und are now filling it depositors and amounts depofiitedi" arm bouquet of Kilfarney roses Ho church. v, ji.tn"ePresbytoriap Mt, Vernon, Ky. with great. ability, and to the satis- "We, are pleased XtF" report. .this and. lilies of the valley. vpBcftwTdn, excellent sermon last Dear sir: very satisfactory increase in'busi- faction ot all. Miss Duncan's costume was a ' ssWSuy Evening And will preach wish to express mv apI, 3rd Because you area true and ness, and take this occasion to pink obarmeuso aud fehe carried a .again npxi Dummy, uum uiuiuuig preciation through your columns, loyal republican, and never sulk thank the stockholders, fdirectors French bouquet of Killarney roses Tlie undersigned, under ordeis of court, will, on V atidemna of the many letters. of condolence nor try to deficit nominees of the our Host of friends and 'customers and lilies of the valley. TuesdaV night was the regular which have come to myself and Republican party, but always tor iheir liberal patronage and The ceremony was followed by a bnnual election of officers of the children in almost every tnailsince faithfully and loyally support them. good will, making this inorense reception. ' , Commercial Olub, and the result Mrs. Duke died. " 4th That becaus of your splen possible." After a short wedding trip Mr. between the hours of 10 A. M and 2 P. M.,at front door of the old offi- Vfas the Dear friends, your sympathy did ability as a lawyer, ypur exIt is, indeed, yory gratify ing to ai.d Mis. Lewis will go to house- 'of Court House iu London, Ky., soil at public auction on of i. cers ,and a vote of thanksfor the has been especially comforting, be- cellent record as a ?udge, your believe that our efforts and tervice keeping in Park drive. a credit of throe months the tollowing property of estate the cause of the tenderness of your sterling republicanism, your spot- wo have endeavored to;agive have those officers club, to Sundaj Courier Journal. of Vbiceit Uoreing, deceased, """splendid and Untiring efforts put oxpre-sions- , and the largo number less character as a man, the people been appreciated. to Wo are-let in behalt of the club. expressing themselves, so many, of this county are demanding that believe this from our large increase BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR forward of JO Shares of Stock; The. officets are: TJ, G. Baker, that'a personal letter to each, you again make the race for cir- in business and newVdepositurs CHILDREN President: Chas. U. Davis, Vice- would be a lengthy task, and long cuit judge. coming to us each w gkr Shares of of 'I am very glad to say a few President, and Tames Maret, delay ot my response. E. R. G. M. Ballard, As the years come and go; our words in praise of Ohamberlain's I will go back into the pastorate, Gentry, S. F. Bow- - convictions grow stronger that1 Cough Remedy writes Mrs Lida Milwaukee, Wjs. "I the children and I' will keep house, mau, T. J Niceloy, Cir thopeoDle generally upprecjatQ.i Dowcy, .The various county officers of $J.00(XQQ b"ravey, milt1 fMorlr Tamoo YXTincfnl fnilav nnrl nnnr mrtrA T.rVn ri hioWlhave USed it for VearS both for tUV aha U illOall . - and try to bear our loss IV lilOULUl UVL1 .Ulb IV1II lU43 lUlltl. UllU UUn UiUI. UUUII jvere inducted into office Monemulate the noble life of our loved W. A. B. Davis, School Supt., P. (class Bank, a conservative Nov- - 10, of jj$y ,oud from the manner in one, and to put all the good ino M. Hash, Assessor, Joe Wlisou j and one, tun on rea banking prin- - tpr 00id No family with children "which they have started off, one Mineral Go, this world wean. Surveyor ,Cam Mullins, Sheriff, ciples, the charncter'Pfl which can Miould be without it as it gives al- would take them to be old heads May Gods richest blessings rest Dee Cummins and facie Abney, not be questioned,' arid one in Unpst immediate relief in cases ot For particulars write, or call on at the business. They are inter- - upoti you all, and richly reward Cough QbamberlainV Deputy Sheriffs, CeeArnold, her. which tney can place evtiy conff administra and safe to I tt'es'ted ia a successful you for every kindness shown His . ... tion. This requires the support servant, baadmaid, apd their Won Chasteen, Lewis McGuire, W deuce. miti:, n uiwu yp iM. Sowder, Macistrates. B. A. Our prospects for lOiaro far.' xcz when a medicine must be To this end we of the people; Administrator of Vincent Koroing, children. Riddle, Harvey Alcorn, A. T. Pike ' brighter thqn over before; wc given w jruuuK viuiuicu, i'ui pledge olr best effoits and co T. C. DUKE. welcome any criticisms or sugges sate by all dealers. v s Jr., Arthur Clark, KY, oparatloXrr ' uiy' , t. I t. 79 up "No. 7Q" wMnHQ Monday won tnCommunl- - (, $y Jafinegirlbabyon the8th.insL notice: To all who owe- - me Pluasc 1,.1 UUU bO.Cli., US I WUUl to balance Remarks of U,. G. , Baker," President Mt. Vernon Commercial Club AT ANNUAL ELECTION ' Special Inducement! Order Your Clothes NOWIf Or OFf ICERS - - IREE MB - THE n, low-dow- n Stand-Divide- Let Us Take Your Measure PRICES NOW We Stand By What We Say. ton-siliti- s, m zgfwww' ;tf2g& - ALL AROUND the CORNER Next COURT HOUSE busi-uos- - post-offic- Sla-tionth- is f. - -- j ando ' g' -- monts-uiokesMou- g -- I - tfi J CASTOR A d, fefe I o -. pros-r)er'oii- 8 Ke. - t. pro-te- m Children Cry v O ASTORIA , BANK STOCK FOR SALE 17, Saturday January to-w- it '14 d i ? 4r - v Seo'y-.jTreas- , e, Mt, Vernon, Ky. Bank Stock, First National Bank Co-Cler- I B."" - .. London, Ky 2 Bonds eaclfwith interest from 1906, Straight Creek ;P HM?"!?"! John 13. Boreing LQNBQN, , tf ifcifisx r II II II I II III IIMMMMIWir1irTirillliHII swwirtAaBvaHiis r,va,7Q'.'iai;i-nMiBm- a HiTTT Clias.C. Davis Mt Ve-no- V;! i. 1 Jft. Clias.C Davis 5 V Mt. Vernoo Ky. DRUGS I Ky.' My Phone No. is (39) thirty-nin- e. We open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially welcome in our place at any time during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you anything yOn don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. m . u . VmjiASpZXBEafw&S&&H&v&Wt ma f "Silver Plate that Wears" Since 1847, the year Rogers Bros, originated electro-silvplating, silverware bearing the trade mark 184J ROGERS BROS, has been renowned or quality, wearability and beauty. er 1847 ROGERS BROS. H stamped on forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces is a guarantee of heaviest plating, perfect workmanship and exquisite design, assuring long and satisfying service. Any article of silverware marked 1M7 ROGERS BROS, may be selected without further investigation. Sold by leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "CL," showing all. patterns. INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO., MCRIDEN, CONN. t Succuor to Merlden Xmlknnia Co. I t t . HHHHIHHHMWI STOMACH T FOR FIV AR I decided Majority' of Friends1 Thought Mr. Hashes Would Die, taking other medicines. to But take his advice, although I did not have Oae Helped Him to ' any confidence in it. have now been taking 1 Black-Draug- ht Recovery. for three months, and it has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. Black-Draught I am so thankful for what Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting adhas done for me." vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes Thedford's has been writes as follows : "I was down with and found a very valuable medicine for destomach trouble for five (5) years, Black-Draught would have sick headache so bad, at rangements of the stomach and liver. It times, that I thought surely I would die. I tried different treatments, but they did not seem to do me any good. I got so bad, 1 could not eat or sleep, herbs, contains no dangerous ingredients, and acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely used by young and old, and should be is composed of pure, vegetable and all my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. Get a package today. He advised me to try would die. Only a quarter. and quit Thedford'S' Black-Draught, j- - L"- -' mm Our line of Couch Cnskots is unexcelled jWifind-mnd- UNDERTAKES J v tIT All Phone e v Ooffinsfurnislied ., . - ..II .,.ijcuioo acii' w uiijmiinui .,.., w ,i, (I lie . county y ?! orders by Wire Promptly Filled ... a. GDXJ W' :' 94-S- , MT. VERNON, KY f ;3!(3gX3)CC XXXXXC; Saddles Old Main Street bnok of Court House. rup-leathe- rs Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir-- J "at a reasonable price Men's Saddles, new, $4.00 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $5.00 and up W. T. DAVIS $acaeB3tvc .xx&x&xfr iVXCCSNCNJCJCCSNCCSCSNS gretite'srpossibilities. CURED The gtott-es- t around uvnigstun, tony widows Tho Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, nnd which lias been ne?d.uow for us. all, U to be "Five year's ago I had the v tf land twenty widowers. No.w'in In use for over 80 years, lias borno tlio glgnaturo ot , able, to'sco things in the light of 'some )l.ice tlwru is a compulse- - case of chronic constipation 1 ' mm Jias i) ecu uiauo unuor ins jcr- b tno twentieth century surround-iugs- , knew of, find Chamberlain's SO? 'J7' Honal supervision slneo Its Infancy. y lav, Romrcllmg piroots 'lo leti cured inn," writes S. V, 1 It, &ccUte Allow no ono to decelvo'you In this., i,inay God hell) each ono ol it'iul thuir en Id ten to .subooLa. Btookl'yiii Mich For sale by ill " aro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd us, that we may be able to mess ieriuin mnnber of itns out of ihi"! dealers. Experiments tliat triflu ivith and endanger tho health of Infunts und Children Kxpcrlcnco uguinst Experiment. erm end ihctc uro oilier Cmnpul HIS STOMACH TROUBLES uro up to the ueds of the, hour, in our different kinds of work. , Now why ory laws 1 cant thr OVER, I take-thi- s method of wishing a law iw making p wets pas Mr Dysp'eptic, would you not this great family a happy New wi OrtS id tnnrrj like to feel Himpe iiji the Castorla is a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Parethat your stomach goric,' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. any man tl.at wiilies to run on troubles wtre over, that you cbtlld' year. contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor otlicr Narcotio i As jwe look back over the last hot pluifonii. Let him cleclaiv! .uatanv Kina 01 ioou you aesuvn substance. Its ago Js its guarantee. It destroys "WorMs nnd allays Icvcrlshncss, For more tlian thirty, years limseli a candidate and Vfcm without i'jur1)? That may seem twelve .months, we all have much so unlikely to you that you do not to bevthunkful tor. , has been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipatidn. , rlinks and myself will Support even Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and hope for an ending of, your Of course, tliere him provided he isu deiMjeiat. Diarrhoea. It regulates tho "Stomach and Bowel?, trouble, but permit us to assure all of us assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural eleep.-Xh.liss Nett-.- kico after n week's Aouthat it is not altogether impos some .things for nearly Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend at Sianfpid. sible. If others can be cutec, which nave been unpleasant, and visit with relatives permanently, and thousands hive many:bf .us have suffered losses uis returned home. Mrs. KUd been, vou? john ALWAYS all to GENUINE uinn of Paris, is v siting her Barker,whw notCreek, Mich., li, bard to bear. But taken of, Battle is gether.'-hotvevethere havoibeen parents, Mr, and Mrs J. B. Hays-o- one 01 tiiem. Bears the Signature of He says, "i was this place. Earl IlW'e has troubled with heartburn, indiprs more uf;good than of evil, and w tint I can now fy: ''Hitherto the "Lord to Cincniimti. where he is tion, and liver complaint used Chamberlain's Tablets, then hath helped me." attending schol. Mrs. Jnlia my Sold by trotbl.es was over." The thing to do now is for us to Cnapi ell of Lit pollttte, Tenn., is ull dealers. look forward and press onward. spending a lew dnys with her Whatever the past might have RHEUMATIO SUFFERERS S. E titl brotnor J M Four SHOULD USB. ben, it is gone, and we cannot re lard has moved his tamily to Hio.li is before call ft. .But thelutute Street into the property vticatfcl us. As we begin tins new ear, Years ' In Use For Over by Tom Moore. Mr. Moore his " TH CtHTAUK COM''Vlt'i'l C'TV, let us ull ask God to forgive about Thm Beat Remedy moveu n.io the property ot Dr. h. ,for mil form of sins ot the past, ask in faith, mid ' G. Webb, near coal bins. Mr. take it for granted that for Uhris a d Mr. John Mulfnis havq m i t 4 'j sake, they are all forgiven. Then turned from a visit to Mrs Mul forward, seeking let us all go 5. litis' pan tits at Rose Hill- .- Rcv bettor 'hiugs. That there will 'e Walton has returned fiom iH evils or tach ot us during 'h LUMRACb. after a vist os a feA duyf. SCIATICA.iz COUT. NEUBALCIA.! . . i cunitiK ,S0ar. we krow, but ' r2 r ijmi. . . nnnrT. SIMON PURE. DURABLE. AliU.' UVMT IKUU&UX tothatcit--Mr- s G. M. Halla.-it is not on these ihnt wo of Mt. Vernon has lieeii visiting so to do are to set our minds, oolt for the fain ly ol Mr O. U. would be ho remedy for them. I f ' the nast few days. Miss Ant TSftftttWifff-"- " think it.be.st to live in.t'ie thought. M. Walton who has hten vor m k of goo come, for then we suffer tekMCMcklMttoti Pe' SILVER SEAL' lor some time. vns in Livingstm. from the evil, wblci does come, w&mwmnr&y Tuesday. Owing to the advance and roof j but ouce. VVe do uot suffer by baru Colors. Thoroughlypaints. 60c Reliable. Eight Barrel lots (50 gals.) phone rents heie, thirteen h anticipation,. ampuc ntcK e ctcwur phones worn tdcen ma the first RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. David's way of looking to the Swanson Rheumatic Cure 'C-oBROWN and OREEfl Per PerOal. OLACK duv of Jununrv". Fred Owens the futuro when ho wroto the beauti-u- l 5 to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons 40c .'... 50c raoviiis i)ictute show tnan has 45c was this: "1 yi Bbl. (25Rals.).., 35c Continued npxt w ek. H Bbl. (25 gals.) 23rd Psalm 40c 30c Barrellots (50 gals.) and now moved his goodness Barrel lots (50 gals.) sbail not want. Surely WONDERFUL U UGH Pure Lead and Zinc SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best ns it installed in the dining room and mercy shall follow me nil the and Pure Linseed Oil. Cost you 25 house paints mode. Basis: less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to REMELV of the Masonic building. Judge days of my hit" Is uot thie iu last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to yon. Dr. Ivlfc New Uisoover ii vental attitude the secret of happ shimmers went to Mt. Vernon Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Patnts, Flat Paints, Shlnglo Stains, Etc Monday and had the Oath of office,! known everywhere as the remedy living? I think it is. N,ow in thj Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enameto, which will surely stop a cout;h or Polishes, Class and General Supplies. ulministertid to him and sinro for Frco Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell ue WRITE cold. U. P. nuson of hiuoii coming year we all want success, his return, he and the new J. Tenn. wiftes: "l)r King's New in our busiuess, let our calling e your needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. elected ttustees have been very Discovery is ttie most wonderful whatever we are engaged in. If MFG. CO: ousy jettiiiii things in shape for cough, old and thrmu. and lung we expect it, we must plan accord Incorporated. niedicitie'Jover sold in my store. ingly. the next four years., The banquet Let us see ourselves jd given by the Masons in their hall It can't be beat. It sells without our vision-nhaving reached suc anv trouble at all. It needs no eoeaoeeaaasaeeaisoaeo i i i Jan. 1st. was a graud success and sjuarahtCei This is true, because cess. Then let us go after it, :t Now Discovery will looking, and expecting it was estimated that there were Dr. Kinir s : : 1 : : j : : : : ! : J50 persons present, which was a relieve the most obstinate of cougns and mercy to follow usto hrge crowd for a small town. und colds Lung troubles quickly it. If we see difficulties in the After the installation of tlio officers bolped bitS use. You should way. let us bridge them. keep botie in the house at all u splendid supper was served at d If we see, lions let us slay them. times for (ill tho members of the a good time was had in general. farnilv. r;oc. and Jl.oo. All If the thought comes to us, that It simply was a love feast. Thanks Druggists or hy mail. H E death is possible, let us be able to to tho good ladies who took such Bucfclon & Co., Philadelphia or say: "Though I walk through General Said thd an active part in the preparation St. Louis. the valley qf the shadow of deah. of the Supper. Mr. Arch Furnish is every l.i6'' hp., Huher I will fear no evil, lor God will be of Mt. Vernon, ussisted by Mr. traction boilet' and engine, in we with tne." And, it so, then local paper S, 0. franklin, installed tho off- class condition ready for threshing dll safely pass. Jl it should be r No 2 Rusfel saw Gods will that we should pass on icers. Those present from other or'wwiug. towns were Mr. John Eberlioo ut mill, rope feed, 65ft track, 30ft this side (which I hope We all may; London, Mr. and good blocks, Mrs. Arch carriage, set it will be well. If we should cross Furnibh and Mr. S. C. Frauklin lumber trucks, 1 lathe mill, 1 cut death's river to the other side of Mt. Vernon, Mr. G. D. Gabbatd ffnaw and other things belong still all will be well. For if we ofMcKee, Mr. G. J. Wilson of mg to a mill uot mentioned. ard living as we ought, I know it the is can Mr. G. G. miles of Brodhead Uradfordsville and near Ohesuut shall be better thorp, than it can like keep Brock tf London. Speeches were Grove school house. is doing do bo here. wore delivered by Messrs Eber- Car Singleton, I wish, the Now n conclusion. goods line, Hcdck Furnish, Gabbard, Jan. Brodhead. Ky, Editor of the Mt. Verm n Signal Wilson, J3r."Rti. Webb, W. H. with his great family of reaoersa Kruegor, Summers, f. P. K. I do hope happy Now Yeai. and FOR FLETCHERS Drummond and others. Theio and pray that each of un, will so wore services at the Christian live the year i9t4. that we can say church Saturday and Sunday, " whether we live or whether We m conducted by the regular pastor die, we are tho Lords.. If so his On tomorrow we are going to pay mercy and goodness will follow Mt. Vernon a short visit as we are us, while wejive. So dear breth summoned there and us we have ren there are great things before not bden there very much for us", and let us alls live ns to enjoy soveral years past. It will be a them in advance and as we go on, great pleasure while we belidve let us all as much as we can Help .oth rs luto. the was of peaces Mt Vernon has made great imKind word and helpful deeds, are provements, yet after we take a easy thingy, und, they will make, peep in your city then we will tell 'both its and others "the happier. you in our next letter about our To'oneand aUwo'sav again", we Wish you a happv NeW Year. visit. C. A. Blanford was in Mt( Respectfullv, Vernon Wednesday on business. m in A. J. PIKE. Miss I.ucinda Hellard is on the "WORKS WONDERS" J this writing. G. D. sickhstat n 'piece of fold furniture, doomed to HOW'S THIS Cook and Dr. W. H. Joyner have dark" garre't, can end- in a offer One Hundted' Dollars' organized bible plass for men at beauty and Wo be rored' to of shoes need 'a good usefulness by a coat cf Reward sof any case 01 Catarrh the Christian church and we bethat cannot be cured by HaJI's PEE GEE RErNU-LA- C is examine1 lieve it will be it success. Mr. Catarrh Cure. easily applied, dries, It la' Cook for many years has been a, F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo.. 0. quickly and adds to the life the. Selz line before great worker in the church and and appearance of floors, We the undersigned, hae.kribwh furniture, and woodwork Sunday school und deserves F, J. Cheney for the'kst 15 jfears is a Stain Pco Gee much credit for what he has acand believe him perfectly honor- and Varnish . combined made jable in all business transactions Wo will say to the complished. especially for beautifying homes i anu nnauciaiiy aoie 10 cuirjr vtri6h.ofthe town, give them your comes' Pee Cte ' any obligations made by lib, firm. In 11. Natural Wood colors. presence on the Sabbath and we tiauk of Commerce, National White, Gold and Silver you will be will guarantee that Toledbt O. All sizes Halt's Catarrh Cure is taken inPenamply repaid. Mr. T. J. CO. T Baaav Xaa.' 1 H ' .aBBaaBk. ternally, actingdirectly upon the nington informed us a few days bipod aud mucous surfaces of the LOUISVILLE KY. Minufadturer HIGHEST MARKET' PRICE PAIQ ago that he was going to Mt VerSaElUataTaaaft system. Testimonials sent free MU RQR RAW .FURS. AND HIDES We non to hok out a location. Woo( en Ctntml'ttlon. Writs forprle Sold Price 7A cena per bottle, list mentioning this ad. do not wish to decide for Mr. Penby all brmfgists nington but we would be glad if he "iKe Hnirs l'amiiv ruia lor JOHN WHITE & CO. Satabllabad 1B07 jlonstipation. failed to find cue, ns Mr, Penning- I . t, . m ,f i BRQftHEAD, RY. is a gcod citizen and we dotvf(fin" ton at! ...;3& like to giWhffn up.- - Mips Winnie Year 1914, Greetings ol'the-elin of Pine Hill has. been VMt Newlund of Stanford, lias F Geo. tug MrsvL. G. Falin for the past Sighal, and his great family of been wurKtug hero a tew dojs us. fewdtV.s.-.J Lemonds lias reoperator. L. 6. Falm was in turned home alter a few dajs Visit feaatTS, and tc. Ull our lehow Mr. O. Brynrt With relatives in London Tuesday. Paris. Tenn., laborerij in the Kingdom Chr went to Mt. Vernon Tuescinyj and nnd Louisville. W. G. Niceley DearBrtehreu: ' May we all enter the was very sick, but hopu he is bet ' was in Mt. Vernon Monday. New jYeatV with high hopes and tor by this time as O. D. is a splen did follow. There is inl und CHRONIC CONSTIPATION enlarged Vision. This is a time of - Aj wi Livingston. .r ZZitT,nf-.jr- - ",.jj,"j . - - - i.' T f, n 14 irlij I' ' ti"1 . tpdteotllMpVornbn HHmHHHHflJHaHHBjBHHHHHBi Children Cry for Fletcher's VWXVIVVVWXN.VI-WIX- K. s: t Just-as-go- od What is CASTORIA 1 t ' . , it . b'&v&'-bee- CASTORIA r, I CBjcuccki . T . The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 . Rhetimatism k Bar-hourvtl- :e v d C mmm SILVER SEALPAINTS ttoSBSr"w- Save You 50 STOP! LOOKt LISTEN! 1 1 ts""""v:::::. l 0f c' U Tsl 1 I KENTUCKY PAINT aSS.BTf'ft 1 1 1 1 1 s God's-goodnes- s tiiMtitiiiti 1 1 11 A Wholesale Housfe of Chicao-o :; a)eaoe9tBa88sa)e 1 1 1 1 For,: p Store best advertisement for a week in your to advertise 11.-- - 1 J. E. Mitchell, of Pine Hill, Ky. advertise, . 1 2-- best way he Says just he handing the out to Just Oh.ild.reix Ory l CHEAP FOR CASH CASTOR f 1A THE GREEN FRONT a0eeaaae08aaBeaa8asafjaas JONASiMcKENZIE Selz Shoes THE SELLS " "ROYAL BLUE" pair to your interest to you buy - 11 IF you it JONAS' McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. AND HIDKS C En-am- PEASLEE-GAULBER- INC0HPORA1IO u G.BAKER FURS 1. I