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'But everyone prefers ours. TJiey are best. 'hi E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. $ J 19.99 does away with all such $J S easier and more conven- ient to write a check for this amount than to count out ;a ten, a five and four ones, a halfj a quarter, two dimes and four pennies. bank A checking account in our bothersome' difficulties for you always tave the right change when you write a check. But that' is merely one of the many ad vantages chief among which is j" :'.s Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US -- a v-- f ". Jf-- PEOPLES BANK MTVERNON, KY. . ' k 'f ' . .? or !" . The Helping Hand lit.' 'U.-nitr- r ' 7 A- - you can most surely depend upon in tone of trouble is your bank account; Better start to acquire a Hg one by depositing what you hkve :m The Bank of ffit Yemdn troublejcoEaes what you have'been prevejaied i.iKtcriug wy Tvju.iua.e cuixiiuiiauiB -- You'll Jind the necessity of .thinking before paying avgreat Incentive to, saving' Wllen' f ',btan"ce: v :' V ' &v' Cadieux'was"up from Junction a en ion Citylandfspent a few days with W. did trade and there we met our O. Turpiri 6rst-othe week. f old friend James Maret and Old Misses Minnie Hiatt; . and Oma Cull "was there with that joly Brown were over from Quail and laugh. At some luture date we spent a few days with Mr. and intend to spend a dy or two then Mrs. A. M. Hiatt.- - Mrs. ana we will be able to picture the Beaton left forlSweetwater, Linda Tenn town belter.-r- O. D, .Bryant who upon receipt 'ofa message that has been sick for some time Is able her daughter, Mrs. S. X. 'Tate, to oe at his post Oscar Poagagy was ill We understand however :,s j. workiag at ., the i that sbejis.muck improved at this while I. W?Catlm is away.Ktrs.x time;-rW.Jttcer received from Mpss MHlltuisf Paris, is. Tisiti tWjtall ;Way Mattl ..department a w and has remmed' home. Miss TO, NAMED OR TO OCCUR IN Aggie Poymer wasat Pine Hill. Inour letter iMt week Sunday.--Mr.- "1 a.nd . M"rs. Theo to mentioiitbe serious illness ROCKCASTLE Graves ha-- e returned from Paris, ot Master Gervice Gravel v'nfo . - j., .where they have' been visitinsr tew days previous. He had a se"By J. M." relatives' for a few-- ' davs. -- Mrs. vere attack of diptheria." and Dr. On Jan. 4th, 1907 the writer Lon Argenbright, of Knoxville, J G. Carpenter, ot Stanford, was publishta list of many "first Teun.,.. ri visiting relatives here here in consultation witu the boys things' in our county, such as and was-r- ft Mt. Verrion Saturday. father, Dr. W. E. Gravely. We who brought first cook stove to tho A little child of Mr. and "Mrs. are glad to report his recovery. county; the first sewing machine; Gabe Marshal hdi? pneumonia. A small child ol Mr. and Mrs. Ed first mower.; first east iron cane W. M. French of, the long branch Farrishadfliptheria a few days lb Bag Standard Granulated mill, eto. That list is preserved $ 1.20 0 section is very low at this writing ago. i?or a time it seemed most m our scrap bqok, probably others am. AVard of Chicago, who has Impossible adr the child to live, nave ctone likewise. Here iD are a beeu vising relatives here for the but finally M yielded to few more "lirsts;" past week has returned home muslin bags, for LOO the treatment, and tke little fe' First, visitor to Philippine Island Miss Alice Ward and Miss Ella low is well, afain. Dr. Carter Dr. wrtn purchase of lbs good Rio Coffee 1.00 John M. Williams, Car load of Mae Farley were in Brodhead Sat ' phjslelan J. stoves, car load orockery, by U. 1 Bbl. Finest Pat-Flouurday and Sunday. S. C. Frank-- 0Rawlinsoji, joi Lojiisyille, who G. Baker; Trip to Germany, to at' r, guaranteed lm of Mt Vernon was m our was recoutly: 4e Supervisor of tend medical school, Dr. E. J. town Saturday. Miss Temoest Bridges andfBuildings J Bag Finest for the L. Brown; Adding machine, Bank of lb. 41 Ward of Brodheadand a teacher & N. R. R. Co, for this .Mt. Vernon; Telephone switch. 1 Bbl. Fine in .our school here, was with home- visit to our town board, Bastin and Maret. in 1900: 2nd Flour folks Saturday arid Sunday. Mrs: TUesdaVl He evnrpucor? IiL-- tm. . . Air compression, air drills and big Ab Sparks of Mi Vernon, was prise at kind of depot lb. bag 2nd Brodhead blast hoi e gasoline Flour for drills. W. T . here between trains Fridgy. J. feas, and said that he did not know bparksCo.; First paroel post M. Foure Is in Paris a few dayjj gf J- lb cmrv4 ri another qnhe whQje system j'n package, received by James iMaret this week. Mr. J , W, Catlin was ft worse, condition. The citizens from Dr. M. Pennington, Eertha, called homo, to Lebanon Monday. Of tbis-plS- ce 3 Big 5c Boxes Matches', for lave asked the RaU-poa- d Ky.S First flash light dealer, S. C. on the account of thp deaati of his Company to give ns better Fxanklinj Exclusive clothing and grandmother Prof. W. R, Diok depot facilities, and they I Gallon Bucket have shoe store, J. Fish; chilled, bur Syrup erson is talking of gettingup a Ignored every appeaj, not even glar proof, safe Citizens Bank night school at this place Showing cuurtesy of a reply, and Brodhead, Peoples Bnuk Finest hand-pick- ed Beans.per lb Mt. VerJones has been confined Unless the matter Is taken up be- non, second; concrete buildiug, J. to his room for gorae time with fore spring, the Rail Road Com- Fish; Commercial Club Cans Fine Com, for. organized rheumatism.-M- r. Mahlan Sum missioners will be called on to in Jan. 2nd. 1913,11,0. Baker, Pres. mers is very sick JU this writlm-- . vestigate tbe-- matter. .We Big, 21b.Tomatot!3ffor V- - Pr?nrrn4a-Maf- r don't CrC.-Davi- sr ,.ww( W. O. Dilly, master of trams of mean to be the worst on the map . Sec'y; Boone- Way Booster Band the Lebanon branch division was wucu ii ce u ho ans rink:.baJmont for was organized on 22nd of same easily ne avoided. .25 in our town Saturday. To hn Supt. of Schools, W. A. B. Davis, month, W. H. Fish Pres., Rev. Qverbay of near Mt. Vernon, has was here Mouday to see his 3 Cans Nice daugh- Geo. S. Watson, V. P., for S. C. purchased a 8m.aU faruj from ter, Mrs Walter Robins, who is Franklin, Ass't Sec'y ; Moving John Mink, price paid $'250,-3 Cans Scott County Hominy, for. very sick The four months old. pictures, A. J) Furnish & Co. foe Mink of Richmond, visited babyo Dr. and Mrs. W. E. 19I25 Boone Way Hotel, Mt. Ver-norelatives here Saturday. N.H. Grayeley has a 3 Cans Fine Peaches, for by J. W Rider, 1913; Boone serious attacK oc Oliver was In Ml, Vernon Tues pneumonia, and -its recoverv i Way opera house, by Geo. Owens day. A. C. Carpenter was in considered very doubtful Cans 1 Oc-si- ze Bon Bon on ac- the picture man, 1914; London Monday A Mr. Wilmott count iUge, although it is some Glass paper eraser, A. B. Furnish; Baking Powders of Knoxville, has made regular better at this time. Misses Etta Vacination against typhoid fevtr, tripshere every Sunday for some Cable and Clyde Watson were the Dr. Lee Chesnut, 1913; Graded pounds best Head, Rice, for , time and we tbjnk One of our guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. I,. bcnool Brodhead first, Mt. Verfcood looking widows is the 3t Purham in Mt: Yernon Saturday non second : NewsDaner fnlrimctraction. On last Saturday "night and Sunday,- - -- Mjllapd Suttoii and raachine, "R.S AlGright; First teleMiss Mabel Niceley gave a party John Halcomb, of the Uhesnut graph operator to learo in the to her many friends, those prepeut Ridge section have been very lo w county, Jack Maret; Train diswere Misses Eihel Hayes, Jessie with Startling and Extraordinary pneumonia- - -- Miasea Alice patcher, J M. Williams; About Smith, Cleo Pennington, Georgia Ward and Ella Mae Farley of Liv- - the first railroad conductors Capt Amyx, Florence Pennington, Oar ingston, were the guests of Temp- Geo. Roberts and Geo. Delph; rie Fonder, Nettie Kice, HHa Mae est and Ada Ward from Frldav Hand broken Blaford, Annie Walton, Messrs until Monday. Mrs. Mary Al- proposition) ballast (as a business R. A. Welsh. Rice. Walton, Earl Rice, Floyd bright attended courtin Mt. Ver Mullins, Scott Dickerson, John non several days HOW'S THIS this? week Clark, Walter Rice, Walter Brown- - Frank Ward was upfrom We offer One Hundred Dollars Jing and Joe Childress all report a City and spent several Junction Reward sor any case of Catarrh withj days nice time. Well we spent a few ,ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. that.cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure. hours in the little city of Mt Ver- Ward this week Mis3 MarguerF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. non Wednesday and as we only ite Tharp returned o her home We the undersigned, haeknown had a couple of hours to stay we at Junction City after spending a F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years only got a partial view of the town few-day-s with her cousin, Miss and believe him perfectly honorand we are unable to give the sub- Anna Cass. Misses in all business transactions Judith and able financially ject justice, but will say there has Iena McCall are and spending a few any obligations able to carry out made by his firm been great changes, made, espec- days w.ith their sisters, Mrs. Rals National Bank of Commerce, ially in the buildings, for where Wilmott aud Mrs. J. J. Albright. Toledo, O. onces'tood boxed and 'framed Walter Tuapin has been very Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inhouses in their stead, now stands sick for the past two sacrifice the balance of our . weeks, but ternally, acting directly upon the two and three story brick houses. is betteri-ir-M- r. blcodaud mucous surfaces of the andMrs.-VV.-rsystem. Testimonials sent free. Goods to make room for Spring Goods Wegot'a glimpse of "the pikes Yadeh, " delightfully entertained Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold which we consider a great blessing about twenty of their friends at a by all Druggists. and Boy's Suits, Overcoats Sweatto.Mt. Vernon. It seems that all an"dy partyn Tflursday night Take Hull's Family PiUs for the merchants are having a large oflastweek. 'Those ers, Underwear, Ladies' Misses' Suits, present out onstipation. trade. We visited the store. of Jr Cloaks, Coats, Dress Goods, Shoes, fish & Son and fo;undthose clever 'JuditriHcCall of Maretburg, Wal- - IN THE DISTRICT COURT GF THE UNITED STATES Hosiery, and a long: list of seasonable oods. ar gentlemen busy, waiting on their .perv0.mmina..Jierber.t Bell of FOR THE EASTERN t . .. DISTRICT OF we visited the .estab-lishnje- GrabpSird. -R. E. Al give-away-pric- escut to JNot enough of KENTUCKY of S. C. Franklin and bright' returned home from In the Matter there found every thing from Junction City Sunday, item to quote prices on here, . Come once after spend of In Bankruptcy horse pistol, used in the war of ing the past two weeks and share in the feast. with Mr. Andrew J Sams ) 1776 to a flash lipht .Wr- - r w and Mrs. H. L. yrharpDan Richmond, Ky., &&? Rider who has mnvAd i I ntm. Tint looks like tt. woodau we John ivill soonjhe a real mail clerfc Ev&y body come to the plav Mis Julia Ofcrappell of Habber hn&ht)g salesman of London was hereuesday.-M- iss Sallie night. It will do you sham returnc(l-.her home,Sun tongimofPiue'Hiil.aftera weeks good; and help a worthv' day , Wliite assisted by u HMW. Rev. Disriey of'rBarbourvilIe, will Visit withMrs. W.H. Cottongim Uon't forget the begin a series fcf meetines here hasreturnediome. D. K Argen Jan. 17th at hall over Citizens next Satirxt&y, "'They 'are holi- bright tf this placelis a mrvman I Bank. Walter SmiMi mnta v.; ness "preachers. One of our at HtV&non, this'rrn of court usual weekly calls this wppIt .add Mrs. Roy Cox liave-'re nrK i.ii widows informed us the otner clay vviieuuieuow comes to town turned from.a jweeks yfsit with about three times a that her single davs were about i wtek, we feel . ." .i? '' R like that the attractions are beJ"-l- ot over and the wedding bells would. has, been m Mf. Ver coming rf.nnwm.. if we didn't be somewhat of a serious Hon thevpast week. nature. lieve it to usk T. D. Mrs. Bettie Pike has completed her school SOME BH0U11EAD. FIRST THINGS RRmrr.HT V 1: .uwee.-- j. V Axiao Tjn-t,.- T U r i lAUCi'u ar m vnaon . ciotrnss-wit- ...i Cot-.Saturd- ay Rev.. I cn. , , time-Saturday- ! '; -- BAK E R ' S Lb? HSSIk I ! Mir. fB a ff'a - "' GAIN MHHM GT f fS T71 TIT 7" 25 : ibe-diseas- e iJ Suar ag uranulated bugar, 5 $ $3"e& division-njadeblsfirB- i 24 3-- " m PatFlour, 24 Pat. Pat. $5.50 .70 mo Pr,r,.j rr. 5,00 .65 nr JO "Karo" 35 for-boy- s 4 - 3 I 3 Cans o Navy Sugar .05 .25 .25 Pumpkin, Mr " " .25 n, 25 .25 3 3 25c .25 - A Most Clearance Sale - PRICES SMASHED 'I A Golden We must Men's -- Opportunity for the People .and Winter Winter . --- nt M-s. any - at "t uuusc. :!.....' is UHVinfr lust - January 13, 1914, -- To the creditors of Andrew J. Sams, of Liviugstou, iu the County of Rockcastle, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt : JNotice is hereby giventhat on a l- and "don't forget that, when vourare: in need nf Amerircn Pd Hardware Ftirniture, Stoves and Ranges, Saltt Of else, the man to see is :i :Sr?8' bankrupt';' 5 - HmZ. reht;iHl JTl I - - J. inkof: i - 'i MoaaklAaair , of wwmm- cpihmiisioriranit.rRail -- &&; NHPOjn b- ar wub Dar-mMrrHi- iie fJUlMUUfl iNMI &ttO ISA m 'i - Bankruot. and transict snch other RoadiMfis business, as. may' properly come ' J'Tj ; Alia i . miioinaatrto tonddn;' Ky " hfnr sairt mppftticr 1 T""W "" - """Wfii " "0a L1CJIIU1S Will . uo - 13' .i nem ,aij .U omce or!' tne unaer-sine- d me referee ., Richmond,: KV . ! in " :; ouaauuary 3omtiU' 2 oTZ p.m., ciocu at which time the said creditors may attend, prov.e their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the was and that the first & SUS ir.: JhLc Goods II C DAlCn VERNON 'lS 'V " JL The - tone, and ". mxvtrqv&lp&i, f. i - ": i hm wofkihg A4NMlr.V 'H Keieree la Bakrptcy. UiiiiuniiLiv pjs " J i k: KEPJTUCKy j1n&2 0 j' BHS$iiaKI3 nifPj11 'tiJ.'L - i&tf W jBw - MT. VERNON SIGNAL! Friday, Jan. c r nr -- 1- 16. 1914 j. j - -- aaaaaaaaaaaM . Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application 0 X- - MEMBER OF KENTUCKY - PRESS ASSOCIATION BRISTOL TO LEXINGTON Continued from last week. accomplish this work, Kentucky only has to do as much as Virginia, anfl assuming' that the'Kentuckians will do their share ot the work with the s?me 1 I P r-- ""WBiBViiHaMiViMBII m m In order to Change places with; us Mm for a shprt time and you will know viy we have forgotten about profits. j , - progressive spirit that character- i izes the Virginians, the highway will be an accomplished fact with in the next two or three years. Manypersons laughed at the impracticability of construe: in i the Mempbis-to-Bristhighway across Tennessee, but that road is now about three-fourth- s comlpeted while the same spirit that prompt ed it, has aroused the Virginians to the task of constructing a similar highway from Brisiol across the Old Dominion to the national capital. The same people are also constructing a highway from Bristol to Bluefield, W. Va., and the good road enthusiasts assert that this is the beginning of what is destined to be the Bristol-to- Pittsburg highway. Leaving Bristol, the Bristol-t- c Lexington highway runs nine miles thru Washington County, Virginia, which link has just been surveyed by the state highway engineer. The funds to build this link have been provided by bond issue and private subset iptions. Scott county adjoins Washington This county has voted bonds for the building of its link of the new highway, and work is to be com menced in the spring. Lee coun ty, which adjoins Scott on the west, has already constructed I nearly fifty miles of the new high way. This means that the Vir ginians have provided for 75 of its 95 miles of the highway, extending to Cum berland Gap. From Cumberland Gap, Bell County, Kentucky, has construct-- a macadam road to Middlesboro, but Jrom that town to Crab Orchard. Ky.. a diatance of 98 miles, the highway has not been ptovided for. At Crab Orchard the high x way route connects with the Central Kensucky system of turnpikes, over whicy Lexington and other Kentucky towus mav be reached. ol ? The weather ijman-ha-s : Berating the weather while he has beenyery unSind to us - he has made it possible for you to save money, wftle making it necessary for us to take the loss. must take our medicine, we must get money out of thmercliandise that was bought toserve oti in cold weather - th;re will becold wather but unfortunately for us we cannot wait;. r it - we have too many winter goods to sell. been kind to you xiiSneway, man will do us no good - we Prices must tell the rest of the story and we intend to make them wprk overtime - two dollars will do thefrork of fonr (for you) irom now until out stocks are in the cash drawer- t5?'-- fNuf sed - here's the story in ficrures i. $ 12 50 10 00 9 75 8 75 ' 8 00 7 75 Ladies' Suits instead instead instead instead instead instead -"-- of of of of of of $ 25 20 18 16 16 12 00 00 50 50 00 50 $ 10 10 9 7 6 3 Ladies' Ccfats 5$ 00 00 75 75 25 25 instead instead instead instead instead instead of of 20 00 18 00 16 50 13 50 12 50 5 00 ., - of of of of ut ::y Money 14 50 13 00 12 50 .10 50 7 75 working IN OTE!i)R DEPARTMENTS overtime 1 95 1 95 1 95 discounts " of of of of of of 8 00 'j r Men's Suits instead instead instead instead instead of of of of $ 20 00 ! 18 5(T 1'5 50 r 12 504 10 00; Ladies' Hkts 1 75 1 50 1 00 Bristol-to-Lexing-to- n of . 10 00 9 00 8 50 8 00 6 00 Hand Bags instead instead instead instead insteod instead instead instead instead instead instead 7 00 6 00 4 00 3 00 2 50 . of $ 12.50:. or 11 50 of 10 00 ' of 9 50 of 7 50; Men's Pants 3 50 3 00 jt 2 75 u2 25 Men's Overcoats' 14 12 10 S 5 00 00 00 50 00 175 $ 5 75 5 5o 5 00 4 5o 3 5o instead instead instead instead instead of of of of of 4 50 4 00 2 50' 3 50 3 00" i- - 1 10 fiQ y of way Association will take up with "the coanty officials and with others in Kentucky the matter of pushing this undertaking to comple :tion. It is believed, judging from information recently published concerning road legislation in tucky, that that state will suon be in a posision to enter more active XZG.V.S. MT.orn J ly into the work of road constructions. The building of the link from Middlesboro to Crab Orch ard would be a notable triumph, rince it would be the means of be only by circuitous routes, loos- - Dodge, Leqinglon, Fayette Co., day with Mr. and Mrs Neal Par7 CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH FOR FROST BITES AND . completeing this highway direct ing much in time and adding to Ky. rett. Mr. and Mrs Sam Bryant I J??lE,-L'prtTTVn rli.nl,n.n k., CHAPPED SKIN" from the southeast into Kentucky the expense in a way to make it visited Mr. and Mis Marion ' for V" .I i remedy has no suoenor lnd Eyeglae V Gold, For frost bitten ears, finger and wholly impracticable. and Ohio. COVE Tredwy Saturday andnnday- .- forlnis Ulve cougha ancolds ad JUnminun, toes; chapped hands.aad lips, chil-- b It Following are the officers of is doubtful if Kentucky could It R. JJ. Shepherd SuldtoC.L. Rid- - ant to take. It contains no opium ?cst selectioa fa town. Eyes tested ains, cold so es, red and rough enter upon another single enter Bristol-t- o Lexingion Highway Asdie one wagon and team iof mules, i" other narcotic. It always cures. 1 Free Years ofexperience. skins, there is notning to equal R. B, Shepherd wa in East prise that would hold moie of sig sociation: pric $400- :- Misses Onie SUvers For sale by all dealers. ' Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Stops Bernstadt first ot the week on -- uificance to " the people of thai pafn at once and heals quickly. Mr. J. H. Wolfe, President, business .Miccoc jeweler axd optician. TW.t.h nr and Edith Adam's were in lift. In every home there should be a state than that of building the Speers Ferry, Va ; Mr. N. B A TEXAS WONDER. cox first qHast week. Miss Maude Adams were the guests of box ,.handy all the time. Best Decessary links to make a com Sec'y., Bristol. the euest of The Wnndor nnr LnM -- v, ,. "CnrrTrx?Tic rA nf Vio. vo Misses Mattie, Fannie and Virgie Maude Adams was ,v remedy for all skin diseases, itch' : ' plete hinhway, extending fron Mr. James Maret, Ass't. Sec'y., Miss Nora Shepherd Sunday night and bladder troubles, removing Riddle near and as short settle- - ing eczema, tetter, piles, etc. 25c. Saturday afternoon. Lexington to Bristol. Notonlj Mt. Vernon, Ky.; Mr. Henry Rob . Miss Fannie 0vens. was thpi rrnoi r.,. w t? . tVQU 'JIW.M UlKtxUS ,lOUg lneUUS, DieaSe All druffefsts Or hv mail .KQh.to M Andrew Moore of Hamilton, Ohio, u;vo, nCM " would Kentuckians then have ; erts, Trers., Bristol, Va. Bucklen & Co. Pniladelphia or St. . J guest of her l.ttle friedgrSusie all irregularities ot the kidneys come and settle up your ac-- , Lonis. vouiug m mis viuxuity. jruss- - ana dirict route over the Blue Ridgi VICE FEES I DEN TS : . Fr.dj-Kldrace and in boty men and venman. c Hints and we will still "be friends es Hattie Langford, Edith Multo the South Atlantic states, bn- - a Mr. H. H. Spahr, Benhams, lins, aud Leta Proctor spent Satcr J. W. Riddle filled his appoint-- Regulates bladder troubles is as' ever.' Notice: Having recently sold familiar route eastward to Rich- Washsngton, Co., Va., .. -- v vuwuu 1UKc ouuugy my farm I wish to sell mv stock Mr. LP day night with Miss Helen Hackcnuaren. u noc sold by your Yours respectfully. mond, Norfolk and Washington; Kane, Gate Citv, Scott Co., Va., ney. Jake Hackney is with his draggist. wU.be ot by mii on Janv a3t- Jonas Mckenzie o, goods at Quail, Ky. If you wish for the C. T. Duncar, Jonesville, ancle, Jones Proctor at Richmond. day.-EHon. to go into general merchanld Logan Owens will ;.iptofft.oo. One. small bottle highway will be completed beforo' e Co., Va., Hon. Jackson Mor dise business and keep post-- , n two monttxs treatment, ndael- preach at the tho it will be possible to construct the ris, Pineyillr, Bell Co., Ky., Hon Willie Shepherd was in the Skeggs first Suadav in schoul hAtisTKom dom tails to oerfect February. call on me atoice at Quail. ph -creek section for so-nreasorr .nw sn .Wft j links to complete the Bristol-t- o . KjXiOVCT P. D Sampson, Jan.-r-tfXV Barbou.rville, Sunday. (J. L. Riddle of East is "Kible Reading" at the school for testimonials f row his and other XA. Pxocrn Lexington road. house eviiry 'Sunday. Knox Co., Ky., Mr. Geo. C. Bernstadt. was with bis brothor J. 'states. Dr. E. W. Hall, .3926 X DlHltlSt For a direct route bet ween Ken Moore, London, Laurel Co., Ky., W Riddle from Thursday until :Oltvesreef,St.Xi0ttfe Mo. SoM MT. yjekn, ky, tucky a id the Middle West State Bon. L. W. Bethurum, M5. ' by Druggist. Ver Sunday. Miss Mattie nwens was j ?: TtreaiSimoBKmc Baker's Store tbeBriytol-to-Lexingto- n Highway non., lipckcastle Kn , Ky , 'Hon. fiOa Theme &&. m.twnl V tbe.guest of Misses . Mattie and ia. absolutely essent'il. and thai Shelton , Stanford; M. Sauflej-T Lin Faunie .Riddle . Friday Charlie pe$3C pa c rtUMMUvu B ETH URUM & LEWIS . the Kentuckians appreciate this coin Co., Ky., Hon. Lewis & r" wiriaini gf'Wl' Walker, Shepherd. and Neson .Hurst were is not to be doubted for a noment. use caster, Garrard Co,, KyJffHon at Law in Ml Vernon Moadsjy, -- Mr and; & timrmri Travel from the Middle West to V H. PfiiUips, NicbolasWUer Mrs. Geo, Parrett mad ckildten l oifc -- -'- Bathii the fmtbut in automobiles car. Jessaie, Ca, Ky., Major V. K. a. t ::s.i - ss: ?: .. ... w. - .,K'r:m.AWi-mUfiU faak - ., - .. iia.'i2iJ . atiCUtMbllUI uavBUML .." f rn arCTS The Bristol High- instead instead instead instead instead of of of of of $ 20 00 17 50 15 00 11 00 Boys' instend instead instead instead instead Sits of of of $8 50 of 7 00 6 00 5 00 8 00 SUTTO N &Mc BE E jtj. . V-rn- --m I I I & T. FOUND! e,f.o. 'FeJ Re-Min- e, ou Va.-Ten- n.. T. J.C.MOORE imi. jtori 1 . 6--- j' m .' Bristol-to-Wasningt- on K.'Sffit'SS'SSS'SS! . -- i-- e 1$X&&? - ty 'jf ! -- -- f CASTOFftft Tkjm$ntmtift -. xssswsssi UkJ Attorfy .. - - Ory jmiyntiBwsr , .: . 1 jutrvi rr--- "x r j. .vji ivx? h - vr irius 'J 'Ir, , s. ,v x? 1S- rft-?- ?- -- mt. vernon -- mm " a;. ., Mt. Yernon, Ky Tan"t6; tgitT aato-withSIQNA- L BTOfy -- toannowsScWethitig 1 - Obfisk flour always reliable. Per" At AItv Vernon hotel table one he will not tell 'ale by day last wef.lj.safr ra Fox, Mink, KrGRipSfe: iCoon, W. T f .,- - "3$ baBrtairwl'tfi"- Talk? and .D. H. - - Short " -- "" ; n.: iiiiilMia-""i - z r. i'it l llli ........'.. : ... ' 1 " flouV; L Z9 wnn wan toCommunl 7Q uja "No. 79" Jan9-3t- . 'v W.,. "For salayfefc. v. T ' J. J7 Griffin:; - .i z. ; Tlioi'fler Syas da' night for .the placedr'Wed machinery, yire . nW Lon'sS I p 9 1 ivil Service ex aMonar.Sxv.amtnUTibnheld.at Li ?iogsfon, Ky., .. i.J-.at Wild r -- T- - in. - T? ,uav. .nn -Uh, S. 1 i ' fourth class 4 Vnt.lrTri.. V 'I J tflBfct I 'I X I : post 2. i K... J-- McKfoiiSf JbbiigBl pfi R. B bfeey ordered to lay off'three days masters. a week'-begineint.xu.syiux A. Nasnvillc R. R.Co. January 1st. Mullins his f ar3p i MarelftJ.urg Poor business as a Parcel Post .No.TrcE: To all who owe' me Mr. Mullins toolf iUtJte'tiwdj'resi? ' TIME .TABLE. ple.ase?cal and settle, as I want Quality is the silken thread - runs .competition. through .4.59 p m aences. 01 mts. "McKmjjiev on . 22 north..... j balance "my book for 19 13. ,!, . the golden fabric of success "'; :W.tMain. -- 1 RoberrL, Richar.dson.'a Cin- - - .:: "" "W. M. Poynter. 3:53'aT- .'iit' ; . ;Pf, T. Johnson has, ex6hainged cinuau 'sa'lHSmn, well known in H. 'Mullfns; cleans and blocks Quality is the tie bin 3s customer to store. 2iV3outh ...... ..i. y.isii'grjS 'hfstconcrete. stone ;building on thisaerritory, died in a Louisville ats'.ol.a'jVk,-tJds- . Special atten-."o- n Hospital. Wednesday, as .a result ' J as. Landrum, Agent. WesUMaiiuto JudgfenGriftiti for of injuriesjeceivjed by.beingvrun? to' ladies-- , garments. quality, merchandise mafcesjitslfeauent bisfejrcom b" Ave. residercex' and over by a train at Lebanon Juuc-tio- n We make old suits look like new. B ,Ehone 2$p. 8. will moveto it soon. appeal in daily use a few weeks ago. He was French Dry Cleaning. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Dr. W. Daswell And MsJ a native of Berea and his remains" '' "Mt. Vernon. "' mail matter. m second-clas- s is manifested Ball, of Berea, were married were taken therefor burial. in much writing, The directors of the Mt. Veryesterday. The wedding took PERSONAL in generous performance non Power Co.,niet Tuesday, and - r CLUB NOTICE. place at Berea. They returned to for 2's per cent' ot the W. T. Todd the barber, is TheVoman's lub held a bnsi" 'made Mt. Vernon yesterday afternpon. is the one big asset -- -amourtt'subsenbed. Work" of incannot be included imprijjwm?. . V,, ness meeting at the home of Mrs? G T. Johnson ,has bought a lot stalling .electric light plant .will - in financial statement Mrs. Sam McCure E. K. Gentry, on Tuesday ...alter-,- 1 at Orlando; is havidg? a rStpTe nooq to discuss very sick yesterday" " ' lyceiim course. gradtiallymovealOD'g until the fiiia the robm erected and as soon as comBuying merchandise of quality is. investing m that has been under consideration end is reached. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Reynolds pleted will go there and;nggj time. Is"' Plans fortius were over from Wildie Monday future peace of mind Miss Helleii B. Wolcott. Collfib the mercantile business. George course werejaerfected and givt.n; orator of the State Canning Clubs shopping:. sold goods there several years over to the Commercial Club for Mrs. Snroule and Mrs. Etta ago. will bB in Mt Vernoi), Mouday to During the coming year, on these things ' Brown 'were here from B rod head consideration. Further notice re? start the work in Ropkpastle. The "A couple" said Mrs. Simpkins gardjng this will, appear later.. "Wednesday shopping. Sta'te;ias? appropriated :loo. in remember the quality of Guaranteed "got married a few d'ays?ag.f The next-regular meeting 'oi the addition,, for this: wopk in. Rock. Mrs. Gardner of Elizabethtown a courtship of fifty ,'year.M Glub will be'held at the Dormi Clothes long after you forget the price . '". , castle .which... will Is spending the winter with iur after the "I suppose," replied Mrs. Simp-- f tory, on Saturday afternoon, Jan. work for six months. maintain Eila daughter, Miss Evelyn Gardner in Miss S1 kins, ,fthe poor old man bad be 1 th at 2:0. Miss Ream will Mt. Vernon. Carson will be in - charge in this come to feeble to hold, , out any have charge.and will give a detfl x " ?3.s county.-- Whilevhere'serving on the Jury longer." onstrawon ot salads. u Not only F. F. Robins has bsen a eoo I Deliver the Goods and Stand By Buy P A R E.N T T ,E fA C HERS' .the members of the Club 'are ii customer of pur splendid, den Jsfc,. Muchcriditia.due the present-GranASsaciATI-04N.- ' Jury for the way theyliave Lvlted, but every one that is inter Dr.P. H. Conover. A gone after the boot'eggefs. We ested in Home Economics. Preparations have been made tQ Weare glad to see Cashier A. .B drifts bdpe to live to see the timewben Asso FurnishT out again afttr being con owe me: -- If make ciation meeting of especial inter ' nnea to nis.room lor nearly two alljyenders of this damnable stuff vo...m-for I9I3 'Jf9. be pntout est this mouth. Mr. J. W. Brown !?,-- '' mtttsps.'' -- Ts&foi !4Z . " the" address of the after-noo' than will-giv' wyU KJ I'UUIC x the other fellows. will make vo'u VMr.B..R. Brock is- - with. 8&:- The Commercial a forceful talk upon the Club had a a present of a 15. all wool Serge u. daughter; Mrs. E S, Albrighdr:dLrrVr omnuahta ;auu nnrl cul.UUaiU.3lUJ iSuitC riif dt should 'be"ne2ttoirthe harnvof the cigarettes. Every par a fewdays and attendin'zVcthezrte- fcVjPBjsrnkA-- Tftf SFiiiSIi-tADinuwi--i: I uesday evening. Judge Biggest I will give you a $5. Stet- - ent in the community is urgently X viviM avine oapiist cnurcn. - Z.vkS. feting requested to meet. with the pupils "E7 W. Bethurum, KggJ 5onjh.af.V-- uttv;eja, few:Ljrdiesi,'and of Stipjb. W. A, B Davis was calleS the upper grades to hear the Gentry and Chas. U. Davis gave' Misses coats'Svhhili will gol'abso-lutel- y the to helpful talk. Special .music has to Brodhead, last Monday evening' interesting talks on subjects; ast at cost, while they-- , last. ' I been planned. May the Associaci on account of" the;' illness dfi his signed them which was follbwedl especially invite .you to call in and tion count on you ? Wednesday daughter, Mrs. Walter Rboins". by a nice lunch. Join the clu'tran'd'; examine my,-ful- l hue of "meris and is the day. Two thirtv is the hour. Mrs. B J-. Bethurura came over be a "Booster." ,s i boys alliwobl; serge suits, which The Graded School- Chapel is the LETEL tiliEEN. Graded High School Notes. San Diego, Cal., Jan. 16 14. , from Boinersejt Saturday, --to visit lam ofi'eringtttt ...the lowest pos- place. The oldest business houe rh1 Mr. Jep French, of Colorado, . Former expositions have shown relatives.and-with the judge, For Sale: My farm of 100 wild men and womea from the was visiting relatives here a part The attendance of the Graded Mt Vernon is that of Miss Kare sible prices..- - Thanking y6u for while he. is here holding court, Moore; groceries. Was estabJibJ;. your patronage during loli, and acres, one mUe. South,. of.T Wildie. Antipodes, but It has remained of last week. C. E Mullins was School hasr been' holding up well. by her brotheu J. W. Mocre fn ihe Skingjcpntinuance.iOU the same viood five room "dwelling ' house, for the San Diego Exposition to in this community last Tuesday. Several "'new pupils have entered school indifferent rooms. .bafn.and orit&uildings, one tenant find a whole nation of wild men early 70's, something over forty this year, lam, Little Vella and Hazel IJateber ?A little cash; mates big noise years Rey. Stockbridge, Yours truly, Presby- house, well watered with springs, within, the borders of the United were very sick a few days ago. Jonas McKenzie's last terian minister gave the V. ' at Fish V a splendid most under cultivation. Will sell general store is uext oldest bii- Mrs O. ,T. Mullins and .I -' BVodheaSj Ky. on reasonable terms. For futher States, a whole vast area where weeK. .. talk in Chanel. Mondfiv iTinrnincr If you: area bit particularabont ness house in town. He ..B.. '. ., . " particulars, apply to Rans Coffey nothing has progressed since be- little son, spent last week with' , e ."' egan business at his present stand IN THE".piST&ldT the quality look for the Fish label fore the invasion of Mexico by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben COIJRT GF on adjoining farm. members of the Board. Miss d five years ago; the firm Mary J. Hayes, Cortez in 15I7. This area is in Vanhook, at Ocala. G. M. So.v-deTHE UNITED STATES Jesse Orton L the new janUoi twenty and Miss Bradley gave in3t. Berea, Ky. northeastern Arizona, "and the of Etna, has moved here to and handy man around the- - Court being Thompson & McKenzie. FOR THE,ESTERN DISTRICli OF Jan. 9 teresting talks. No bad bread with Oblisk flour. Santa Fe Railway will cover ten one of his father's houses. Sev House. Meteor. While on her way The High School Literary SoFor sale by " acres of ground at the Exposition eral of the boys and girls here are home, near Buckeye, from town, Tti rVirfATof.r;- - . ciety elected officers lor the ensuMtisaj. & Cox, barbers, will oc iiv. JAicwvfc a n. 9 3t. Of Miss J. 3. Orifin with as close a copy of this attending school at Plato Mrs. G. U. cupy :tfae? west ?rbom: of the Rider Mondav afternoon ing month: .im Thompson, Pres., lARTlSIiAnOMAS In. Lisctiptcy country as is possible to produce. Maude Thompson is at Mt. Verfrisn witnesst the flight of an im:.; : :F.rjfiNarfte .buildingr Sallie Stewart, Sallie "St. f . Singleton locality is known as the non for a few weeks' stay. Reyiiohfe, 'Secre'tarv, Miss Row-le- e, W i4'lkbminy" eBtirff w;fe fined mense Meteor, the course of itl '-Painted Desert. Its a land where Mrs Wm. Hurst, who has been ucmg 110m iNortffwesii to SouthOn this'Ytirtlay"' of Jan. A. D. Critic. The Society has been j$60i each, in two cases for selling east Its brightness was almo'sr 1914, on considering the petition no white man has dared attempt very sick for a few days, is imdoing great work and it is a splenor procuring whiskey. blinding and its passage consum1 of the aforesaid bankrupt fofrdis- agriculture or mining, where proving and will soon be out did training for the pupils. ed something like six or seven charge filed on the T'th day of Jan. there is nothing but the Indian, again. W. J. Brown was over The Rider store is now located You are most cordially invited bis ancient civilization from Walnut Grove, Sunday, and to in the East room of the new seconds before it disappeared and A D. 1914. it is ordered by the attend the Literary Society seemingly fell somewhere near court that a "hearing be had upon living in six story houses of 100 spent the day with his parents Hotel Boone Way. which is given two twenty o'clock rooms without an outside door, Wade H. Mullins and family have Prof. Jesse Fish is teaching? Cove or Pleasant Valley, two the same on the iOth day of Febevery Fridav afternoon. doing the same things in the same moved back to our village. We miles away. ruary A. J)., i9i4. before said subscription school at Medical way his forefathers 'did for cen- gladly welcome them back again. court at Corington in said district i.Springs; near TOldie. ;SaaSJS s -EXAMINATIONS SET FOR turies before white men came to Miss Mollie Owens has te FSAir--ir.mrir.-ij- .i. at lo: o'clock, in the foienoon, or lTHJ-- 1 L. M. Davidson's store, on tte 130 P0STMASTER3HIPS as near thereto as practicable, and America turned from a pleasant two weeks' It has ths only real continuous East side, was broken into and Comparatively few white men stay in Eton, Ga. Miss Mary Mae Examinations for fourth class that notice thereof be published door opening, about $25. worth of goods stolen have penetrated this district. Latbim has been sick for three one time in The Mt. VernonSie- Hoopy made of tested steel. Postmasterships will be taken at a few nights since. Hoops can be adjusted from ladNone has remained there. Ati weeks but is improving and will townsTrom nal, a( newspaper printed in said 130 different Ohio der front door frame. W. G. Hysinger;and "DaveTaT--; F'eb. 7 to 14. Kentucky long intervals a scientist as pene- soon be able to return to Langdon district, and all known creditors d Doors made of California Redwood, 'The Wood Eternal." trated the fastnesses of the red Dormitory. jentjlopk 1500 poinds of tobacco' examinations at 75 different points and other persons in .interest, may Lamar Thompson, The location of our factory gives us hUls. Indians emerge after a two months' absence from lowest freight from mills to factory, and from fac2bRichmond, Monday, for which from Feb. 7 to 2s TJ. S. CiviLSer- - appear at suid time and place and and vellow you. a betttr received q to 14 cents. from it occasionally but they in- - his school on account of sickness, tory to us Gttfor catalogSilo and Sav motuy by vice Secretary Earhart, of Cincin- show cause, if any they have, why writing and prices. e LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. variably return. Their homes are has recovered sufficiently to ""No ,chahce for a mistake,- - when nati, will be in charge. He has the prayer of said " petitioner 'Incorporated) KHJISTIUE", indentical buildings erected sume his work at Poplar Grove. P. 0. Station F. n. you use PioneerSelf Rising flonr. been instructed that preTererTce in should not be granted? " j. ago. Their pot- B. Spivey, Mr. and Mrs. W. many centuries WITNESS the Honorable A. M. appointment will be given those For sale by tery j tie same, used for the same after a few days' visit to his J.CochranJjidgeofjkl- CbtrHr Jan. t. F. Gjffin, r purpose and in the same rude mother in the south, have returned and the seal thereof at London in Claude C. Cox has resigned as manner.. Their customs and to her father's. M. B. Jones, and There is not a mercuant or said district, on the 7th day of ' "' Assistant Cashier of the Peoples ft tribal iawsremain. unchanged since will likely be there till spring. 5Jan A. nn Ol.n-- 1 ni v.." utua ouu vuaucjf, mumpsun .nas whep no man knows to the con- - Mrs. Wade H. Mullins has beeu in Ml. Vernpa" 35 - .JW. MENZiES, Clerk. : accepted his placp. Mr. Cox has years ago and only trary. They irrigate small confined to her room several daj s one professionBv S. W. Stacy, D C " not decided just' what he will do. al, man patches pf grain just as did their with rheumatism. Miss Ora M. remains. The follo.wing "I .The revival at the Baptist church have passed. '.!pyer.ihe rivejUo rest forefathers. The country repels Brown, spent Monday night with . I Don't BIam us for Wtt Fnt eveq be hardy prospector. Trees. Misses Mollie and Alza Owens. 'is drawing large crowds at each under the shade of the trees;!' , BAKING POWDER . W. MooWth.; 'I 'whenyotf'eatt keep them dry except lipase petrified into stone. The wedding of Mr. W. F. OIsTiel J. F. Clark;-Jbecvice.. K.ev. won y. smitn is "- --vdoing the preac ing, assisted by. u. v"'-"-.. arenopep. iMo two hills aret ton, vwas solemnized, at ...... home Mfl Wber. J.; . Williams, M, C. Mil I and warm' all' winter Zfetf ny. the 1 in a pair of i the pastor. Rev D. Edgar Allen. ler, Jack Adams Sr., and Jr., J. L, Best x theaanieqlor. The very rocks- of Rev. J. M. Cummins, on the .w IJ I Joplin, H: C. Carpenter, Charles are yariegated in. hiie. The piti- ninth, he being the officiating case against Parks Rey- ...-Thnever because 1 BootSijSCJ I J less.p'nn scorchesairvegeiation clergyman. Here's wishing them - "nolds, charged with the killing of K.irtieX,.J. E. Allen"; M. F. Brink-- 1 1 Best fails. because ley, Tames HoukX. M.floukrM. by the winter and spring a long and happy life. Hotel Uenty Watterson jBob Childress was continued after J.Miller, Geo. B. it makes everyTJaking rains. ' fMtWear; mmwiwWP'They are rea M light, fluffy and evenly LOUISV1LLE..KY. :.'the jury had'been. selected. This Members of the Santa .Mrs.arah..WelshJ-:D- . . Fe exNH i' '' case was brought to Rockcastle Bfist because . raised;5 FOR FLETCHER'S The South' most popular priced, modern boots. 'Lopknt M .Williams, Wm. Fish,:S. Mv Bur- ploring garty declarelhe Pain'.ed hotel. them and you'll m from Pulaski county on a change it.1sjm.pderate.in cost-r- ? Absolutely situated in the dette. and Judge,. . Geo. W. Mc agree.- Wo have M Desert riyalstbe wonderful Grand very hrart of the retail shopping district and of venue. highestJit quality. ' J ; your size now m near all the theatres. Clure. S,omeof those canyon 01 tne Colorado m gran- - REST COUGH MED1CINR, Ft)R d B , come get y Finest Cafe inLouUriHs, with moderate - At your grocers A. Blanford, agent, and Will away .were: Dr. S. W. Brc-wC prices - MjBKl & tiicui. deur and beauty of scenery. A - .r-CHILDREN" Club Breatfast from 25c up ; noon day Owens, the valued Signal report- - Houston, Texas, Dr. W..PriMc second party as been sent'into it table de 6 to 8 p. Jr&TZ am very glad to say a few .00. Also elaborate a la carte service . ,,-to- gather material for l 0 aUvingston. were here court- - EerKrsbme in Restaurant. the great words in maise of Chamberlain's Rathskeller opei from 4 p.m. to 1a.m. RECEIVED tropics, farts. &?,--; L. M Pfazier Orchestral and vocal mpsic exhibifthe railway will install at Cough Remedy writes Mrs Lida HIGHEST WcarapaJr . "made a purchase of a.fine-2Indianapoiiis; R. &. 5tauley-anDiego Exposition, to con. Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. "I ROOM;. PRICES I tWMiKtrnSM AWARDS ' .and save a tajn everything. possible to bring have used it for years both for my Works Sarri'l : addressuriknownv Witk raaning water and dector biM World'. PweFceJI watch frqtn watch inspecor John WfttsonBrown frfnjttregionjgrritoi'y that children and myself and it never private toilet. $1 per day uuob, uusam,. tlieonly beelfrorgotten by fails to relieve and cure a cough se'ms Iphnve Franklin, while In town, to replace professionalnaaijWbo remains. ' With private. at a $10 Ka Vuf :jrself. or old. No family with children up to ?3.00'per day ma am-non witkus-tblt- t lost some we.-incwas practjfeing law in Tfl. .. Shpuld be without Jt. as it gjvesal fcl Large AMpte5r pm . eAtikii)d of "cleaning',' pressing, most immediate relief in cases of &&m&mss& m witk;pivtvitto$2.50 a.X .t 4abft; .vi Fnfnklja X&ims that Chamberlain's utfbIfci0g,.dYeing and' repairing CtouP- Cough to.$3.5apdav. Mt.vernou. tie deserted us " Remedy is pleasant and safe to i rlnn.ai'ii.r0ocr,aKun.i vAbD idoffoa Will ' Sr. TscrPr Innr f .T'M.viyBHnuu , ID tee EtJc. t. -v n or 0PP9 r. ' J.. JL - &J 'JV . Vf? .. "WL1. A3B . "Ja. i Vs . KUttBHtlBflBtf jr.k i iAtfHHiaMH.mHaisHa' LTh'AlLuZ' K" hotel z '!ke Which is ot great inipor J !w ypur fheaduariets while in LotusvitTJeweiea Da r,3b.- ?r!f!mtmom'tm: j, .ziY-ir:yeMftitaje Southwest ote':th wsJsfirK ' J,i 'a mmm97 1J .fc BMfciB' fHj "k " . ?1? fa--ageslor ,Jr,iHsv! your, mail i'V-V'-i,'" It .. , taucejwhen a medicine inttsthp ?rr7iX t paei addressed here. You Wl ''&$8&f&j& JkWritlNS xico :Dorflerv . always boa welcome guest. lIie.rHXn'OTr00da given, to young children. For f;l- ROBERT B. JrtMTt.fIMir .rTr Mt. Vernoa. sale by all dealers. Hi: Torcpfis just &ojnf letaqg ecl fcr the Mt. Vernon Po.wero. one cii me ner spore. Jinuqings m and before April isc.-- uie Jisntsvjlj?be QUk-Jn- ; Mt.. Vernon r&M-J?- ' dsfepurj' For sale by ,a-Q.--,t. --- r 5" For pastrv and rakps -i- .. . iicA.nh. - - has the;cntnbe;wlie3febe done'BnsineSsir-nfan- v , . fSz?.-? t ' F. .Griffin"- a? p years? m umpjo$es otitic-- , . . "- Hoos-uwidVAiuv- QUAL that r-- ', . ' 7 n-- that -- - -- -- : '" SJ-Ven- Through - Quality but not ad-oa.- ty a'-c- It was-reporte- a that - - 9 1 Ipi'-som- A V You'll think Fish's -- --- -.. . "We What You . q - v$ - mnnrn, otbusines5iiy,(M,gTav -- I e exa .- n, - j,.w Co-Att- twk: JBalci:Purii ALL AROUND CORNER Next COURT HOUSE -- -- -- -- b' -- v ""-"'V X j '- . . Me-Cor- r, . . i I T- - V.-Pre- s.. -- uc-altere- d, 1 . will-Hol- to-d- re-th- '. 7-- 9-3- -- J. - -- 11i; D.-i9- J-- - . "Ball-Bandtf- Vl e '- II lrM ni9Jj0r f -- 0 I I CALUMET I because it'stherra". it For Every Baking ed Bragg-.M-R.-Moor- e, 9d Wg Wt, Children Cry . who-move- Ufl HH CASTO RIA 'I fire-proo- f; n, Lunch-50c1 : bore-Dinne- r. m-- . i.pDinLip.-FlorjdaW-T- - 7 jewel-Kenuckji'Wa- d tlje-EiffU- move-;"jinen- lr , Bpr-rton- i. OlrH - . -- e t- -- . -- - n-.- t. . y ';ft , -- W '- - nnT"! I -- fc . - !. . I 3J "- ,.i, K. , - i.y i3 I k. -- , - - ' M& 3 a .- r - .- -;' - vv' BggagMHP-TTT- ' ir,. "" '"""" """" "" IP ... i. -- ,. t " I , . ' ' Mi' ' w loC-DfXI"sj-- I Mt. Vernoo f I Itfl LlmW'JI 1 .ChicD.;f Mt Verno'i . Ky. "S I I li, Unrann'cl00c' I.OIIIUII w ' '" " ' "" ' " " ' ?! - , HOWK Children Cry for Fletcher's : It My Phone No. is (39) thhty-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 Let us show you, do want CHAS . . IP'. Main I'' IfUUUu! in (Delayed Letter) Mr. willie Whit well and sister Mullins is with the Mi-- s Alice of Blos,jspent Saturday 0E merchants of "this place regular, and Sunday;with their uncle Milt . Bev. Charlie seems a though Charley is doing Rash at his busii Jarmual of lhis place is holding a a good business for this-placee-s- s G DAVIS Ky. Mt. Vernon PKTErrWWWgSgYSW.&'i.'-i.T'.ttTMfrvfcMBa- FOR SALE The undersigned, under orders of court, will, on Saturday January to-wit 17, '14 between the hours of 10 A. M and 2 P. M.,at front door of Court House in London, Ky., sell at jmblic auction on a credit of fiiree months the following property of estate : of Vincert Boreing, deceased, 10 Shares of Stock, Bank of Mt Vernon, Ky 1 1 Shares of Stock, First National Bank ox London, Ky 2 Bonds of $ LOOO00 each with interest from Nov 10, 1906, of Straight Creek Mineral Co For particulars write, or call on HW ItoII I Administrator of Prin pen V I LOPi, r incent Boreing, Kf tr " v8m lThr4t'1-- i' is g'lxf'S? uz? mx Hi! "T1 T. v yiZ. l v5iin '7 i. t&y 22 f.wt Srwa .SLj Yon Heed a Tome There are times in. every woman's Jife when she needs a tonic to help her over the' hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking Pi il The Womaifs Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., aayu: 1 iiuuk. aruui is me greatest medicine on eartn, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awtul dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. ii M&M"PV?a sii $" jj ifii Has Helrted Thousands a UNDETAKE a Jiyyyyi vui -- ( ft ffi 1- 88 rt4- v nU f 1h.1.-jnu,c ui vuuuu vasKtJIS lift m is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished Vl UE , All orders by Wire PromptlyFiJ led IHIMRSR jt vly j I riMi -- VwJvvt VjO Hearse seni to all parts of he County W. A. COXri Phone 94-- S MT. VERNON, KY fexS-q- x Sstddle sf Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir 3833 firm. Jeptha French of Colorado serie 01 meetings at Preachers-ville- , By Dr A.G. Lovri.l. Mrs'" B Hie Barnes and Thru the columns of your paper is visiting relatives ol this place. Mr. French has been away fr m children spnt several days with as the best medium by which the A r. Mrs. Barnes- - father last week. number of our j eople can this county for 13 years. be reached. I beg to he permitted French will go to Level Green o Little ShirleV Carmical is number mother,-MrJ. .'. ed with tLe sick. Cbas. Niceley to send an important in e sage to visit his wifes' botj o accompanied by John Harmon those v o are m-- t ' itally con- Brown I efore returning to be Miss ba. e spent Sundav with Miss Isabelle cerned, and in pl.un simple lan- His wife used and Cecil Plug at Walnut Grove. guage so ;hat r very one who reads Brown, one of the counties m to the Born Joe Hmes of this place h&s cessful teachers. may miners and. 3(;h moved to Mt Vernon and Mrs. The town of Mt. Vernon is face wiieofJ. li Mullins ou Dec. to the house to f.ce with a pihbin f .serious an 8 uound boy. Miss Benl.a Rash has moved import; one that must b. recog-nie- d Kiucer of London, visited he formerly occupied by Mr. Hines Rev. James Baanes filled his and snlvtd or dire conse cousius, Misses Nell and Grace week.--Mi- ss Ruth regulai appointment at Mt. Pisgah quences will be the inevitable re Bullock last Sunday. Well Mullins is with her cousins. Saturday "and su!t. Auder another New Year has set in and It hns been the boast, of Mt. Misses Susie and Leona Anderson has just think of the many changes VeniGii for generations that her son. Miss Pearl two weeus' visit that have taken place in the last water supply was ample and of returned from a year. Think of the people who the purest ard be.--t. Formerly at Level Green. Miss Sufeie and and Miss Ru'.h have passed into eternity. Then this was true, but many changes Leona Anderson have come to this place within the Mullios spent Sunday with Misses again we wonder how many have last decade. This valfev thru Lilhe aud Mary Mullins. Born to made ne.v resolutions, and how which our whole system of water the wiftof Harrison Drew, a fine many will try to live better in the supply comes, has filled up with boy. Elisba Anderson has put future than in the past. Do we residences and manufajturing up his stock of groceries in the H. ever stop to'thiuk how short our .nterests. With ths raoid giowth M. Mink stand at Rcbinett, and is lives are on this earth as com of the town, amounting to j2i per doing a very good business The pare with another world, so boys ceut between the census years cf little son of Spencer Mullins who and g r.s if heaven is not worth has been sick for the month ie seeking, what is? Clara Carmical 900 an 1 10io. comes the contaminating influence that invariably mains very low. W. G. Mullii.s is recovering from a severe spell followsuch conditions as we find of Disputant?, is clerking in ol lagrippe, Hazel the little V oodall & Mullins st re during daughter ol Mis. Emma Barnes is on fronting us now. ' a very sick child. We have had twelve or more the absence of Fred Mullins. cases of typh id fever with one CHRONIC CONSTIPATION WONDERFUL COUGH death in our midst within a ff-REMEDY CURED months, something unprecedented Dr. King's New Discovery is "Five years ago 1 had the (ors in the nistory of the town. Y t case 6t chronic constipation I known everywhere as the remedy ever this is only a mild hint of what is knew-of- , and Chamberlain's Tab- which will surely stop a eough"br in store for us if we heed uot the led cuied me," writes S. F. Fish, cold. D. P. Liwson of Eidson, Btooklyn, Mich.' For sale by all Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New warning. Discovery most wonderful A glance at the topography and dealers. cough, cold and throat and lung geology of the valley gives the For Sale: hp , Huber medicine I ever sold in my store. tractfon boiler and engine, in fi.st It can't be beat. It sells withoul Key to the whole matter. The town is built immediately clahs condition ready for thresTiing any trouble ' at all. It needs no over a cavernous limest me forma- or sawing, i No 2 Russel saw guarahtee." This is true, because Dr. King's New Discovery will tion which tests on a solid compact mill, l ope feed, 65ft track, 30ft relieve the most obstinate of cougns 1 se. m,ignesin limestone that forms carriage. 3 good blocks, una colds Lung troubles quickly what is oiled a water tab'e. All lumber trurk-j- . 1 laihe mill, 1 cut helped by its use. You should the. moisture from rainfall and off saw and other things belong keep'a bottle in the house at all the the members OtherwiSr tint comes into the ing to a mili not men'iirid. ; times for all50c. and $l.oo. of All family. ground and upper strains of lime- miles ol Brodhead near Ohesnut Druggists or by mail. H. E. stone finds its way down to this Grove school house. liucklen te Co., Philadelphia or St. Louts. water table and passes off th:u , Car SiNOi Eton. springs or supplies our wells. Jan. 2 3t Brodhead. Ky. x These streams formerly so pure FOR FLETCHER'S and relreshing, are now by seep FOR FLErCHERi age from stableSj privies, and SPIRO. ouier nitn prouacing sources, which comes down thru crevists, Mrs. Jennie Decker aud children concealed caves and the soil, carryare with her parents, Mr. and ing seeds of diseases a ud death. Mrs. Bradley. She will return to The remedy; is; clean up and her home in Indianap lis, soon. keep cleaned' aud establish a The men of this neighhoihood water systeatirat i an be depended have been attending court. Mr upoti.VTfirsV should be done Bert Owens is very self. There thru "ordinatice-s- far as tne town were two candy part cs, last week, lemitsgoand appl.v the stitutes one at Mr. Barto Dillingham the other regulations as may other at Mr. Geo. Roberts. Both be required. All surface privies were enjoyed by all. There was a privy- - vaults, improperly kept telephone meeting at Spiro last stables and garhage accumulations Saturday night, when new officers should be declaied nuisances per We are expectwere elelected se wth direct methods of dealing r WORKS WONDERS" ing better service now. Mr. Geo of all red tape n Albright was elected trapper for MANY a piece of old doomed to ppred with dis ae.aIai!SRtem tbe Spiro line and all mess ge end in a dark garret, can cretion. "Septic tanks should be be restored to beauty and sent by persons not owning a usefulness by a coat cf required in residences without exphone will be recorded. Wily PEE GEE in all places where closets ception Cable traded a fine cow and two - It is easily applied, dries are needed. They are cheaper sheep to Mr George Brown for a quickly and adds to the life md better than sewers costing and appearance of floors, two year old coh. A crowd of furniture, and woodwork only a small fraction of a case of young folks had a nice time at a Pee Gee is a Stain fever. tphoid Mr. John Dillinghams. W. B. and Varnish combined made A system of water works can be especially for beautifying homes Cable and Charlie Williams inaugurated here cheaper than alcomes Pee Gee furnished music with a violin and in 11 Natural Wood colors, most any other towii in Kentucky; banjo. Bant Hamm boughtofJ. White, Cold and Silver Enthe water sterilized and supplied amel. All sizes E. Craig, fifty acres of land, adto your residence 'for less money PEASLEE-GAULBERjoining T. C. Hamras farm. Mr. CO. IWCOaPCRATIO than jou can pos'sibly obtain thru Henry Bur,diae has rented the Manufatfurers LOUISVILLE KY. a well of yourown; when considerproperty ofGeo. Albright for tLe ing the elimination of dangerous year 1914. Mr. H. O. Cable is G, typhoid germs. Until this can be very feeble, was in bed Saturday done it is advisable that all water and Sunday. Master Ben Brown for domestic tises be boiled and spent Saturday night and Suudaj that every citizen be "vaccinated" with his sister, Mts Rose Mink ogainst typhoid fever. Tl.ii is A candy party was given at Mr simply and easilv done fif you Wash Heltons Saturday night, FOR FLETCHER'S know how) and renders you imabout fifty were present. Freemune for a period of three to five dom school closed Tuesday with . tjt . years. The docior should arm an entertainment. 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Says the best way he can advertiseis to do just like he is doing Just keep handing the goods out RE-NU-L- C CHEAP FOR CASH T THE GREEN FRONT i a a U. BAKER ,rasMB8,Bgam Children Cry JONAS McKENZIE CASTO Rl A Selz Shoes THE SELLS 1 JwgPHB the Lamp dil that Saves Eyes Nothing Is more immrtimt in tim home than clear, steady light. Insure :nls m! dear by Bettlug the oil that burns and clean withnntln. flib. down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the Inferior tankwagon oUs saves MONEY saves y "ROYAL BLUE" IF you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine ai WORMS THE CAUSE'OPYOUR CHILD'S PAINS HIS STOMACH TROUBLES OVER. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to feel that your stomach troubles were over, tbt you could eat anv kind of lood ou desired without injur? That mny seem so unlikely to you ihat you do net f your even hope tor .an ending permit us to assure trouble, but you that it is notaltog ther irapos sible. If others ,can be ca-epermanently, and thousands luve not You? Idhn li. been;- whv Barker, of Battle CreeK. Mich . is says. 1 was one"' ham, 'ndiges. . . Lpiaint until 1 lCbampHpWB rTablets, tnen miVtVi, tf C1J.U ujr rouoies wasjuver. 1 rup-leathe- rs at a reasonable price Men's Saddies,new, $400 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. jr . W. T. DAVIS X5l33CXXSX3C X3ICC 3i''V. ' , i M'Uit Vr? -- ? A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around xheYvyfiS? at times feverish, with great .thirst; cheeks flushed and then pale, ab domen swollen with sharp cramp- mgvpains are all indications of worms. Don't Jet your child suffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure relief It kills the worms while 'jts laxative effect add great- rjV) theliealth of your child by re- jng.tne aangerou- - ana atsa- tkrltlA ATnt- ui nuiuia am3 udia itdiiiG iiiclu rt n.A.tnr auu nn.n -- itesjrotn thej3ystem. Kickapoo Wotm Killer as a health' producer should be in every housthold. Perfectly safe Buy a box to day. Price 25c. All Druggists or by Kickapoo Indian Med- - Co. ..9-MfW &$ Iws, I t m-ii- l ! the Selz line before you buy JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. d - WORK Your dealer has 80LITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. naves eyes. : - , Chas. C. Stoll Oil LexingtM, Ky. Eeflnery We sell Warren, Pa. celebratecl "No Carb" Auto Oil. i -- FURS . AND HIDES HIGHEST JWUtXET PRKE PAW. FOR RAW FURS AN) HMES WW 1TWW1 rHHIrHrrIIIIw BkVlllllVRlVMRllRllllV' iKklHillllRlrflkiilllllllllV . r. r Ha buIIuIu MO lUUtfVfVft WVtWWW www KlAttAa'' JOHN WHITE! CO. A i '- iri-ilTi-r ""in-r-t- - , 3JriJ3b Jl '- - lt& uvt-( y j '-f-. - p Sm. aJ. P"" J'r-- " .Ssr V. Rf i" ; 'S A a ",