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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM A ;';&' Established SS f J. )W - - 1887 NUMBER 16 FRIDAY' JANUARY ty, 1914. III izl''3' I :'''TffM)MlHrfl iliiliiiH S'S''''P rtv " HJE Guara .. All All Right and - Wool n teed " '' rW - " PRICE- or quality W whichever you consider you can't go wrong on Cloth-cfa- ft Clothes. They aie gnaranteed all wool and all right in every particular. a st i n g shape and satisfaction in If wear wear and service does not prove them right we'll make good absolutely 1 This includes The surprising thing is clothes that these guess-procost you only $ JO to $25 of Certain values we are now show, ing at $15, $18 and $20 will surely we hope open your eyes, and your pocketbook. r Call around some day. ol Guaranteed and allrigKf All-wo- 4J30at $18.50 SJJTTON r: a & McBEE f K " T ."8?4 " ? A- . " " - s day School, delivered two lectures Cass were visithisr his sister. Mrs at the Christian chnrch, Saturday L. B. Hilton, at Stanford during . and Sunday nights We under- - the week. Fratik Reynolds S. C. Franklin, watch insrec-to- r, stand that Deputy bhenff Dee , bought-vhorse at the sale of D B. jeweler and inventor of tl e Cummins arrested Bill Reece at Hoi tzcJa-iqst week for a fancy Big Ben watch, was in our town .Sinks, Tuesday, for selling'whisky price Mrs L. M. Brown, Tuesday. Little Miss Elizabeth and took him to Mt. Vernon. the efficient book-keepfor the Lemonds has returned :o school at Well, the way of the transgressor Citizens Bank, js quite sick this London. John Fields, after a few is hard but this is only just.It week. Mrs. B. Pike, and her days' visit with relatives and has been said for some time that sister, Miss J. Sue Cable, were visitfriends here, ha- - returned to his there were men who carried whisky ing in Stsnford the first of the home at Stanford. S., E. Pen into Livingston and sold it. The week. Master John Francisco is nington, of London, was here Sat- sooner they are caught the better very sick this week. F. L Dururday. Elder James Barnes, of for all concerned. sThere are lots ham brought his little son, Austin the Scagg-- Creek section, was of men who will stoop Sparks, down from Mt. Vernon here between tiains Monday. to anything to get cut of work, Wednesday to stay a few davs Capt Bill D.llion, of London, was and just such men, if they will with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Watson. here Monday and Tuesday. Our not work for their families, it "is a Miss Ada Ward is confined to friend James Maret did not think good thing to cut jheir lfberties her bed with a case of measles. of the trouble that he made for us off. If Uncle Sam-liaany use for Her brother Frank, is about well in describing the watch that he hem, let hi in take them and thus again- .- Mr. Will Storm of Keavy claims we purchased from Jeweler rid the county of their presence was with his father, I. R. Storm. S. U. franklin. He should have John Minlc has . returned from Saturday and Sunday. Steven curiosity-seeker- s known that Corbin and will move his family Brown, of the Ottawa section, : wonid give us lots of trouble in to that town. F. Neighbors has sold a tract of land to Thos. Mink, J. exnibiting this wonderful timeH leturned from Paris, Ky. He of Corbin. this weak for $400. piece, for you may search the pat- went there to look over the situa- Mrs. Victoria Brown sold a tract & lb Standard Granulated Sugar $ 1.20 ent office at Washington, and tion as dispatcher at that place qf land; to John Denny for $200. from Cape Sabie to Lake Winnibut decided to stay here as first lb The Rev. A, Pike received a Granulated Sugar, peg, and you cant duplicate this triok dispatcher, and we think he message from Lebanon Wednea watch. We are taught that Cyrus made a vjse choice, Ec gar muslin bags, for day asking him to go to Maysville Fields laid the Atlantic cable, Robsou of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. to hold funeral services at tne burpurchase of 5 lbs good Rio Coffee LOO ert Fulton invented the first steam Coltongim, has typhoid fever. ial of Taylor Myres, who had boat, Eli Whitney the first cotton W. B. 1 BbL Finest Rice has returned home to recently gone west seeking relief gin, Elias Howe the sowing ma Paris, Ky., guaranteed after a few days visit for tuberonlosia. Bro. --Pike left chine, Benjamin Franklin, the with his parents, 1 Bag Mr. and Mrs. C. on the eorly train Thursday for lb. lightning rod, and when graviia H. Rice. L. H. Davis has bis new Maysville. He bad just returned tion shall have ceased to exist house almost 1 Bbl. Fine 2nd campleted Mrs. C. from his appointment atGilead, Flour some will perfect perpetual mo- A. Blanford and daughter, Miss Madison County Wade H. Leece tion, and Thomas Jefferson invent- Ella Mao, have returned fiom one of Crab Oorcbard's hu.sth'ng lb. bag 2nd Flour for ed phe democratic party, but the Pcirksville, 65 where they have been merchant, was. r town WednesBig Ben wafceh was invented by 1 1 0 lb, bag good, yisjting relatives for dqys. day on business, Mp. Leece inRoasted Coffee,for 1 Jeweler S. C. Franklin, ifaw, if formed ns. he was an applicant fop our friend, Mr. Maret, will call off BltODHJUI). Big 5c Boxes Matches, for the Crab Orchard Postoffice. E. the dogs and agree to quit even, A. Cox sold a small farm to Alfred Acco-dins- r we will say ameu, but il not we to a recent veyJiot, 1 Gallon Bucket Owens for $650.- -0. A. Wheeldon Syrup are camping on his trail and will the fourth money in the mule race bought a half interest in a barber try to uphold our side of the ques- at the Brodhead Fair, Aug. 19i2 Finest hand-pick- ed Beans,per lb tion, and if needs be, will make was 750., anl thatdfd t.ot include shop at Mt. Vernon, and took charge Monday, George Reyta,npther trip fco. Mt. Vernon for the the cost either. Some mule race nolds, of Madison, 111., is with his Cans. Fine Sugar Corn, for ' purpp.se pf gathering jnfcrrnation. for a little "Jim Tate" picnic Mrs. J. F. Watson for a. This week's papep wijl determine wasn't it? At a meeting of the sister, few weeks. D. Big,- 21b. W. Stone, ot I what ,the result will bo. Jf ie pituens.of thjs placejud-vicin'i- y Tmsvilferwlll "ei've a Istereonti comes back at, us again , we, will at the Bank Hal the first of the Cans Salmon, for rally all our forces and bring allpveek, it was djecided to purchase can leqture at the Christian church .25 Saturday evening February 7th. our artillery to bpaj and tell in de- new grounds for holding the fa'r Cans Nice for tail all we have heard while listen- and q, beautiful location was decid and a Bible school lecture at 11; o'clock the following morning ing to him at the switchboard-ed on near town. The grounds 3 Cans Scott County Hominy, for. We were asked the other day by a are situated so that a half mile, These lectures are free, and will very interesting and everybody man from Garrad county how wij track can easily he had. and the be Cans Fine Peaches, for are invited to attend. Mrs. J.J, Governor McUreary- - run in this boundary will cpntaiu about 2p Albright and her sisters, Misses town. Our answer was, if he will arres. It had been the intention Cans 1 Oc-si- ze Bon Bon get one vota here we don't know-it- . of the management to secure a Judith and Lena McCall, left for Richmond last Monday, where All the Denis here whom we more spacious territory for several Baking Powders .25c they entered the Eastern Kentucky have talked to are for J. C. W. years, and the ambition of those Normal. On account of the pounds best Head Rice, for Beokhara and we think if all the present at this meeting having State revival services at the Methodist towns are Ilk- - this one, Beukham reached a fever heat, it was church, only one service was held will have a walkover. We believe degided t.Q buy new grounds, and. if the democrats wish to do the put on a fall second ,o none, fte at the Christian last Sunday, and thing that is right they will pu capital stock will be between that at 35 o'clock in the afternoon, so as not to conflict with the other 2500 and $4000. according t) the J. C. W. Beokhatn in the Senate Startling and Extraordinary for justice demands it Gov. report of a c mmittee appointed ervices. Miss Eila Cat son was hojmefolks the first of the is a good man and we like to n (.ke an estimate of the cost. with him, but he has had enough, Jet s The grounds will be put in shape, week. She has charge of the Girls elect Beckham. Editor E. S Al- and the buildings and other im- Canning Club for Rockcastle, and a better selection could not have bright was in our ciiy, Morday. provements made in time for a 4th been made in the county. Fred While our .town has a population of July celebration, which will be ofabout 400, yet we believe there free for every body, in order tnat Sowder was in Richmond during are tnore .goods sold here than any they may have an opportunity to the week. J. W. Owens, (Candy " -other town double its size in a see and inspect the new home of Jim)has set out 2000 cabbage be a hard radius of fifty miles The railroad the "New Brodhead Fair". If plants, and it would to make him believe that trade is a large item and the cross-ti- e any reader of this paper thinks matter not come. trade is immense. There are this is "hot air' ' come to Brodhead spring has seven stores, two drug stores, one and we will show you the largest HOWS THIS restaurant, one butcher shop and list of stock subscribers ever We offer One Hundred Dollars are having a good trade; one cured at any mountain fair. Keep Reward sor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's hotel and several boarding houses. in mind the dateV'August 1914. The remark We have two lawyers and four has been Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,, O. doctors, and at present there is a recently made that ot;e fair is We the undersigned, haxeknown tooth carpenter in town. A. Mf euough in Rockcastle, the speaker F. sacrifice the balance of our J. Cheney for the last 15 years Payne is opening up a coal mile in thinking that because of the judg- and believe him perfectly honorFord Hollow- .- Bill Napier, who ment, that Brodhead Fair was out able in ' all, business' transactions Goods to make room for Spring Goods absquatulated (which means" in Of business, why was it that this and finaucially.able to carry out made by his firm and Boy's Suits, Overcoats, SweatEnglish, left town between two party did not think of this before National Bauk of Commerce, days) has not been located yet. there were two fairs organized, Toledo, O. ers, Underwear, Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Mrs. John .Graves, of Mt. Vernon, We will have the biggest fair th'is Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inCoats, Dress Goods, Shoes, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. year, we ever had. Watch us. ternally, acting directly upon the Robert McClure R. J. Lemonds Mr. and Mrs. Jap. Hayes, of 'Crab blood and mucous surfaces of the Hosiery, and a long list of seasonable goods, are Testimonials sent free. has returned from Louisville. Orchard, were visiting relatives system. cen's per bottle. Sold Price 70 cut to give-away-pric-es. Gabe Marshal has moved his fam- here during the week enough of any Owen by all Druggists. ily to H. M. Mink's mill, near Cass and the writer had and occaTake Hull's Family Pills for item to quote prices on here. Come once Big Hill. G. W. Martin has been sion to visit Mr. John Cherry, who ojstipation. and share in the feast. very sick for a few days but is has been sick so long, and were A LESSON IN GRAM MR better at tblS Writiner. Sheriff' RllmriH tn rpo him in en Cam Mullins was in our town Led condition. We hope however (Morehead Mountaineer) Monday. Mrs. Ema Jones is vis- - that he wilLsoon regain his health When the writer was a padagog iting her daughter, Mrs. F. Dis and be out again. Miss Rilda she used to impress upon the bovs hon, at May wood, Ky. We un- Chandler was visiting " friends at and girls the idea that ,,seen" when you are in need of American Fence, derstand the night school conduct- Livingston first of the week. was an old man and always used ed by Prof. W. R. Dickerson. Miss Hallie Barnes returned home one of his three Stoves and crutchesr has, had Hardware, is progressing nicely.f Little from a visit to relitives in Stauford or have; while "saw ' was youth- Salt, or anything else, the to see is Charles and Tack Sams' sons of theiirst of the week. Col. J. P. ful and needed .none of these Mi. and Mrs, J. W. Sams, have 'Chandler, and Crab Orchard's soft crutches and 'never had one ot beenjvery sick for a few days. drink man, was Iff town a few them by his side. It was a simple The holiness people, who began Mays ago hieing fair. The Col. device, but they remembered it, services bere over a week ago, says that the good people of Lin and some older people need some are their meetings oolri will do alL in their power to similar one to keep tuQin from R., B.'HatcheroV Lebanon Jet , make tour next fair a boomer, and saying "I seen" and C,I have saw" waajn our town from Sunday uu- -' that lots of stock can beiold in his "I taken" and such phrases. i Goodsx Prices- til Tuesday; one oL our pretty county. Both" gentleinen Wants S2J?jiMlri'i,Vr'v Cry1 firte is the attraction, Elder R storjkanoVwecer1ainlv wiift them FOR FLETCHER'S tf. Stdwe, 6fMglMC for theSuu- - wiiiV us. Mr. and Mrs. 0, R.' LIVINGSTON. 06. er AKER'S - ARGAIN 1 i able-bodie- d J s GROCERY SALE Bag Bag L00 25 25 Cot-tongi- with PatFlour, Finest PatFlour, 24 Pat. 24 Pat. $5.50 JO 5,00 .50 .10 .35 .05 .25 ,25 25 25 .25 a-fe- 3 "Karo" Navy ;3 I 3 Cans Tomatoes,ior 3 Pink 3 Pumpkin, - - " " 3 3 3 .25 A Most Mc-Crear- y Clearance Sale PR!CS SMASHED $ se-a- ll 'A Golden Opportunity for the People -- We must Men's Winter any-obligatio- ns Qoaks, Winter Not at wtn and dont forget that, Furniture, man Ranges, still-continui- ng The Right It MIQt The Right i CASTOR! ? A MT.' VERNON KENTUCKY , t- - i"Pr i r IrriiWS MgasSBaiaais ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Jan. 30. 1914 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. tJBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR uicdali! ; Uccasoniflllv We Ifnd an eXri8)libn. but should his auuiiwuiiiij;a icatu uur JI- - 111 5 superiors, hewiilsonn tind hn sell forced "to either mend h s ujauneib or seen otner e.up jj ruent.-E- rrrm M- -- 1 -- v 913 IN BRIE j " 2 : c- ' x. Chief Events of the Past Twelve Months. $I.OO Editor Shelton Saufley; of tin f ': ' i higher. Interior Journal, and Repre.ettsu tive, from Lincoln coun y, wrm g Aivcrtisinz rates made known on to his paper, has the "nl'nving to SHORT DAILY RECORD. application sa of the impeach m nt pro. end liugs of Judge Flem D Stmpo , MKMBKR OF t. of the Whitley He says. History of the World Told In Sporting: Pennsylvania university ll KiWTUCKV PRKSS ASSOCIATION team defeatrd isrnwn unlwrsltj in Considerable inteiest lus Leon Paragraphs. the annudl name ut Philadelphia: scot? 28 to 0 Aliss Gladys Ravenscroft .if aroused over the effort to impeach England won the women's golf championship of the United State at WilCircuit Judge Flem D. Sampson, mington. Del. of the Wlutley judLial dUtrict. A THE YEAR'S OBITUAaY ROLL. Battle Centenary: Germans celebrated the battle of Leipzig which resulted in committee from the Houe is now the disastrous defeat or Napoleon Bonaparte In 1813. dedicating on the hearing the charges and if it deem-the- Political Affairs, Sportlug, Personal battlefield a monument said to be the snffici nt will SPIRO. prestn t' e and Miscellaneous Items Loss of finest in Europe. Railroad Accident: In a wreck on the b Senate for impeachmatter Life and Property by Accidents, I' Mobile nnd Ohio j! The life of a railroad man, railroad at Buckatun-na- . Shipwrecks, Storms and ConflaThe men of this section are stii1 Miss.. 45 soldiers of the coast artilespecially stat'on agents and those ment t' , The charges again-- t lery were killed and 100 Injured grations A Chronological Review. Judge br mpson are that he furn attending court. Vanice Dilling Fire: Fire at tho railroad terminals. East who must deal with the traveling St. Louis, caused a loss of 11.000.000. ham returned home from Black public, is not a pleasant one; he ished money to b iy voe-t- o :nsu e SEPTEMBER. Sporting: Pat Ryan made a new world's L Convention. International trades unrecord by throwing a 12 pound hammer Mouutain.N. C. where he has must brook the ill temper and his election, and that his judici ion congress met In Manchester, 213 feet 9H inches In New York, disacts have been partial and tinged working for the past three National Conservation exposiplacing 207 feet 7 often insults of all classes of Inches made by leen tion opened at Knoxvllle. Tenn. people. He comes ia contact with with lavoritism and also that he 2. Railroad Accident: 21 persons killed i. John Flanagan. 1S10 miners killed by months. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mining Disaster: 2t3 and over 40 Injured In b collision on Brown nre rejoicing over a 6ne explosion In the Stag Canyon mines. those who are called from their was one of the prime instigators the New York. New Haven and HartNew Mexico Christened ,'SheIby,;. ford near New Haven. Conn IB killed warm beds at unearthly hours and promoters .of the Whitley City Anniversary: 400th anniversary ot the boy. and 30 injured In a collision on the discovery of the Pacific ocean by BaliVJisses Mattie Owens, JaneDilling lottery f 03 in the new county to catch early trains, and whose Midland railroad at Hawes Junction. boa celebrated at San Francisco. . England The charges are Aviation: Storm: 32 ileatho and extensive damage I am and Vanic Dillingham spent tempers are as a matter of course of McCr.a-?Roland Garros, French avicaused by a storm which swept Loui- Sunday with Miss Mollie and ator, flew across the Mediterranean not of the sweetest, ha must being piessed against the Judge siana. sea from St. Raphael. France, to Bromo. VV. E meet the dyspeptic anJ the by men who favored Pine Knot as North Africa, 4(8 miles In S 24. Convention: Triennial convention or Alzi Owens of the World's W. C T. U. met In Brook- Dillingham informs hours: average speed about G8 miles. the coun iy seat of the new county us that he professional grouch, and with all lyn. t Political: The house of representatives 25 Sporting: Dartmouth college football will soon return to St. Louis, but and th testimony before the passed a bill granting the city of San he must keep his own temper team defeated Princeton university. y Francisco the use of very sorry to leave, on account committee has been wholly unruffled and wear a perto 0. at Princeton Carlisle Indians is basin. In the Sierra Nevada mountains, tied with Pennsylvania in football at of b ing a regular caller at Union for water supply: vote 183 to 43 quite Wrtim at times Sampson, petual smile, although oftimes he Philadelphia; scoie 7 to 7. Fire: Fire destroyed 30 blocks In Hot Mr. .las. Painter and wife are Mexico: Mexican rebels (ConstitutionalSprings. Ark.; loss $6,000,000 The vilwould like to come around in front uefore being rlevated to thr bench ists) captured Monterey after a 9 dajs' lage of Bokhoma, Okla.. burned: loss with his mother, Mrs G. H. Painwas a 1;. p ..ner of Caleb Powers. and punch perpectability and po battle $500,000 He is a t ,ment republican of China: Chinese government troops cap- 27. Peisonul. Katheitne Elkins, once be- ter this week. Mrs Oscar Haram liteneSs into his tormenteis. trothed to the Duke of the Abruzzi. the tured the city of Nanking, practically . oiigressjonal is improving. explorer, married to W. T. R. Hltt. Sunday School is district. ending the rebellion against the repubselection of people to oc- the li In the 28. Mexico: Gen Felix Diaz, political rival progressing nicely, at Freedom. lic. of Gen Huerta. given refuge on a cupy such position, competency On Saturday night two attorneys i. Sporting: Jerome D Travers won for United States vvniship at Vera Cruz Mr. P. H. Shutts left Monday the 4th lime the national amateur golf inthecas', came to blows. At is not the only requirement, parchmp'.onshlp. defeating John U. AnNOVEMBER. for Indiana. We regret the givderson 5 up and 4 to play, at Garden l. hportlng. Cornell del ea led at football ticular stress is piaced upon the torney Sam Wilson, of Lexington, City. N Y. by Harvard. 23 to 6. at Cambridge. ing up of a good neighbor. represeutiog the complainants in Mrs fact that they must exercise forMass Obituary: Henry Menler. French chocolooking to the impeach Julia Hamm and daughter, Miss late manufacturer, noted for private 7. Obituary: Dr Charles McBurney, noted bearance, even under the most inquiry specialist in appendicitis, at Brookline. Myrtle, visited Mr. explorations in the arctic regions, In ment of Judge Sampson, struck and Vlrs. Bill Muss trying circumstances. In other Paris; aged 00. Earthquake: Shocks in Peru wrecked the Brown Monday. Mr. and Mrs Sawjer Smith, of Barbourville. J. Obituary: George E Baker, noted telegwords they are paid to be polite city of Abancay. killing 300 persons. rapher in the field and at Uie White 8. Poljtlcal. Ludwig 111. took the oath G C. Mink were called toPongo.on House under Gen. Grant, In Philadeland politeness to the fullest meas attorney for the defence, in the as king of Bavaria. phia; aged to. face, excitement ensued until Oscar Sporting: Yale defeated Brown at foot- acct unt ol the death of his mother ure is absolutely exacted of them Japan: A mob of 15.000 Japanese stormed . .U guverniiieiii , .. . U Mr.-Joball. 17 lo 0. nt New Haven DartSowder remains about tut; uiui-eseparated ui uie ministers by their employers. The Louis Vest, sergeant mouth won over Pennsylvania at as a protest against their foreign polthe Mime Uncle Riley Owens is 31 to 21. at Philadelphia. the two. Both men finally apoloicy, notably toward China. Haivard ville & Nahville Railroid Co is beat Princeton in the annual football Convention: ungized to the com mitt e and others & ion, composedThe Army and NavyMexin vety pcor hea:th this winter. game. 3 to 0, at Princeton. distributingamong its employees a of veterans of the. 9. Storm: Fieice blizzard swept n ican, civil and present. Elwood Hamilton, chairthe midwars, little pamphlet by David Gibson dle west and lake legion: ves-emet in Philadelphia. FOR FROST BITE3AND wrecked and property destroyed, over Airship entitled "Courtesy"' and the advice man, fined Attorney Wilson 25 9. No 1 Disaster: Zeppelin airship I CHAPPED SKIN 200 lives lost: snow 21 inches deep in wrecked by a hurricane over the Cleveland. and instruction embodied in that and also assessd a fine ot 10. North sea: 15 drowned. For frost hitten ears, finger and 10. Convention: American Federation or small pamphlet might prove of against Attorney Smith. The Political: The senate passed the Labor met at Sc.ut'e. Wash . itioini oes; chapped hands and lips, chil-tariff bill, Association of Good Roads met in SL Fire: Flames destroyed 150 cottages, 6 inestimable value to people in troubie Came up during the exains, cold sores, red and rough " Louis. hotels and a church at Salisbury Beach. amination of J. L. Harmon, a U. Mexico: The premier of :ieat Britain skins, there is notning to equal other walks of life besides railMass.; loss $200,000 announced that Ills gove, ii,.f i would Bucklen's Arnica Salve. school t.acher of Pine Knot, Mc- - 10. Memorial: Monument commemorating Stops road work. uphold the Mexican policy i.l Hie UnitCommodore Oliver Hazard Perry's nathe pain a oncand heals qnickly. ed States val victory over the British fleet Sept. We give below as much as posible Crearv county, who was one of In every home there shruld be a Convention: Daughters of the Confed10, 1813. unveiled on island. Judge Sampson's campaign maneracy met ut New Orleans Lake Erie. of the splendid advise as offered 'ox h ndv all th time. Best 13. Political: Chinese parliament suspendagers duriug the latter's race for Obituary: William J. Gaynor, mayor of remedv forull skin diseases, itched. in the Utile work. New York, died on board the Baltic at Railroad Accident. 12 Iti lid jind over 100 ing eczema, tetter, piles etc. office. Mr. Harmon offered as sea; aged C2. 20c. Injured in a vv:trl on the Central of "Common courtesy is the busi- evidence a All druggists or bv mail. alleged to have Per&onal: Harry K. Thaw deported from letter H. E Georgia railroad near I.'ulala, Ala. Canada across the Vermont border 14. ness of every man who meets the been written Financial Troubles. II U Hollins & Bucklen & Co. Pniladelphia or St. by Judge Sampson to 15. near Norton Mills. Co., noicil banking house of New York, Lonis. Convention: 47th annual encampment public, in any capacity, be it ever Harmon and failed with liabilities estimated as high others, and Attorney of the Grand Army of iho Republic as J5.000.000: assets $50,000 so humble. opened at Chattanooga, Tenn. Wilson called attention to the fact 18. NOTICE' Having recently sold Mexico: .Mexican Personal: Sons of Veterans In session 15. alists) captured rebels (ConstitutionCourtesy becomes a part of his that the letter was written on a Juarez from the fed- ray farm I wish to at Chattanooga, Tenn., elected John E. sell mv stocV erals Sautter of Pittsburgh commander In trade, to be applied in the face of letterhead bearing the following: Sporting: Carlisle Indians defeated Dart- o: goods at Quail, Ky. If you wish chief. mouth b.v 35 to 10 at football In New resistance, the same as it is a past 'Caleb Powers, Flem D. Sampson Political: Court of Impeachment to try to go into general merchan York. Michigan defeated PennsylvaGovernor William Sulzer organized at nia at rootball, 13 to 0. at Ann Arbor. of a carpenter's trade to apply a Sawyer A Smith, law firm of Albany. Mich. Chicago won a 11 to 7 victory dise business and keep post office, Personal: jack-plan- e on cross-grainewood Powers, Sampson and Smith. At 19. bion, Mich.,Washington Gardner of Alover Minneapolis at football In M call on me at once at Quail. elected commander in chief of the G. A. R. at Chattanooga. knots and even an occasional nail this point Attorney Smith sprang .ame a tie at New Haven; score Jan. J A. Proctor 20. Convention: Congress to test. the merbead. to bis feet and addressing the comits of the divining rod for discovering 16. 3 lo 3 Mexico: Aldape. Mexican minister ot buried water, minerals, etc.. met at "Call of The Cumberland. the Interior, resigned The man at the ticket window, mittee, declared the attention of Halle, Germnny. Canal: Sporting: Francis Oulmet. American 17. 'Panama party on Steam tug Louise. wUh There is a most interesting story the local agent, the gateman, the the committee hid been called to official board, passed through amateur, won the open golf chamthe canal from ocean to ocean. with the above title now run pionship of the United States, defeatconductor, the trainman, or any the letterhead by Judge Wilson 18. Sporting: Harvard won a 37 to 0 footing the British golfers Harry Vardon ning in the Louisville Evening 1 ball victory over Brown at Cambridge. man whose business it is to come lor an improper purpose. It was and Edward Ray at Brookline, Mass. Mass Post, written by thit clever noveSporting: in individual contact with the this remark at wbick Attorney 22. ed the Philadelphia Athletics clinchMexico: Rebels ciptured Victoria, capAmerican league pennant at ital of list Charles Nevile Buck with the public, if he becomes skillful in Wilson Philadelphia, defeating the Detroit Titook offense, and he Conventloi. Aliuii.ic DeepT Wireiuava gers 4 to 0 and to 0. ceneslaidin Breathett and ad association opened at Kla, his work, must learn to restrain promptly landed a blow over At- 24. Mexico: Frederico Gamboa, minister of National conservation congiess met In joining counties of this state foreign affair3. nominated for president The himseli from often doing that torney Smith's left eye, staggering Washington of Mexico 22. Spoiling Chicago defeated Wisconsin eader soon discovers the chaiac which is every man's natural in him. John Sampson, brother of 25. Obituary: Patrick Ford, editor of the at Chicago, capturing the conference Irish World, in Brooklyn; aged 76 rootball championship; score 19 to 0 ters are actuil well known people, stinct to do in meeting discourte- Judge Sampson, assisted Attorney Panama Canal: Water was let into the Harvard defeated Yale, 15 to 6. at and places are easily recognized Gatun locks of the Panama canal. ous impatient and unreasonable Smith in recovering his balance. Sporting: Peter Volo made a new mark 23 Personal: Jessie Wood row Wilson, sechough giveu fictitious names people. The latter was in the act of rushing for trotting a mile In 2:0654 ond daughter or the president, married m oiumDUS. to Francis Bowes Sayre in the White The town of Jackso.i is called Hix- If he is unable to do this he is at his assailant when Sergeant-at-arm- 27. Sporting: New York Giants cinched the House at Washington National league pennant, Philadelphia Vest intervened and sepMexico: Mexican rebels defeated the fed- on; Jesse Purvey tor Ex Sheriff nnsuited by nature for bis job. losing to Boston by 9 to 3. erals at Tlerra Blanca. near Juarez, Callahan; Judge Hollman for Har-gi- s Lynching 10 killed, 20 Injured In losses estimated at 1.500 federals and In a railroad, for instance, the arated the combatants. Vati)us 28. a race riotRiot: lynching at Harriston. and etc. Staghorn College for 500 rebels Miss. man at the ticket window, the persons in the room, evidently ex26. Aviation: Glenn L. Martin made a new Buckhorn College, lames Marcum 3a Fire: Loss of $1,000,000 by fire In Barker American record by carrying a passenlocal agent, the gateman, the con- pecting a'gun play," dodged beBros.' furniture warehouse, Los Anger to a height of 9.S00 feet at Los Curt Jett and many others are geles, Cal. Angeles, CM ductor, and the trainman are the hind desks, chairs or anything Political: The Underwood readily recognized among the tariff bill passNaval: England launched the protection. ed tho house of representatives. 254 to only point of contact between the that seemed to offer Warsplte. greatest batcharacters though under different 103. Miss Lillian Sample who was mak tleship In the world public and those who manage the 27. Mexico: Rebels captured Mazatlan. on OCTOBER. names. Tne story has just startthe west coast property for the thousands of ing a stenographic report of the L Panama Canal: Water was let Into Sporting: Cornell defeated Pennsylvania ed and if you enjoy historical tl testimony, was in the midst of the Culebra cut stockholders who own it at football. 21 to 0. In Philadelphia. 2. Political: United States senate passed 28. Financial: New York Real Estate Se- stories this one will surely intercombatants, but escaped injury. the Underwood-Simmon- s "tariff bill. 3t Every man has ambition curities company failed with liabilities est you. to 17. She was badly frightened, how- - . Political: The Underwood-Simmon- s amounting to $16,000,000 enough. tarSporting: Army iff act became lav, ' 29 annual football defeated Navy In the game in New York; 5. Panama Canal; Alarming Every man in every position ever. JDC8&3BGfieC30G$g3IGae3C earthquake score 22 to"9 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 6. shocks In the Panama canal zone. wants to..mount higher, but mere 30. Convention: National Woman Suffrage Storm: Coast 6torm destroyed 500 association met In Washington houses at Nome. Alaska: loss $1,500,000. THE UNITED STATES ly wanting does not get him HL Conovcr China: di-tric- ment agttlnst him. Political. Governor Sulzer removed from office by the coun of Impeachment. Airship Disaster; A Zeppelin dirigible balloon esplodid uhen 3.U00 ftel in the air ut Jo!i.tnnlthsil. Prussia, killing a passengers, including 5 members of thH admiralty commission Personal: Mn Eininellne Pankhur-i- . English militant suffragist, arrived it New York. 18. Aviation. Roland Garros. French aviator, made h nonstop Might of 52 mil.". from Marseilles to Paris 17. root-ba- iff. .a in j ...-- near Uniontown, Pa. Mm in, Fnicign envoys In .Mexico asked thoit governments lo semi u a i ships to KU.rcl the ligations ib Political: Governor William Snizer mi.. vieted on 3 of the articles or Impeach- l. ' hrf-- .. , ., "muim-n- t to Gen Brad- lolI, (in the battleground or his ai to Senator aw.ir" Ullliu trout of New Yoik Financial: New York, New Haven and" Hartford railroad suspended dividend payment. Mexico: Federal congress authorized loan of $50,000,000 and voted extraordinary powers to Huerta. 4.000 rebels attacked Tampico IL Mexico: Fighting continued at Tampico; foreign refugees given protection under guns of United States warships. 12, The "Mona Lisa:" Celehrated painting by Da Vinci, which disappeared from the Pari" Louvre In 1911. reported to have been located in Florence. Italy Mexico Rear Admiral Fletcher, commanding the United States naval forces In Mexican waters, protested In the name of humanity against the killing of prisoners of war by the belligerents fighting at Tampico 23. Convention: National poultry show met In Washington K. Convention: National Phi Delta Phi college fraternity met m Chicago iO. Conventions: American Association For Labor Legislation met In Washington National College Athletic association met in New Yorl. 1. Judicial: Commerce court ended by act of congress. VaVic.l JiO.OW. CLOTHIS THEY PREFER OURS Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe these new clothes as to write about the prettiest girl m No Wonder, Simple as A B C-Ou- rs 1 Ens-lan- d. at a Leap Year Party. Hetch-Hetch- U I You've got to see her with your own e es. Maybe you'll like her i you don't thereare others- - So, if oue suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. .The better the clothes yon buy, the longer they last and the better they look while von 're wearing them. But iveryone prefers ours. They are best. E. LCOCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. at-arm- M . hn foot-.bal- l. Spanish-America- is -- Underwood- -Simmons 47-3- 7. b Put-in-B- iy s i 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 the necessity of thinking betore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . d fo"t-ba- ll i-t- f. The Bank of Mt:Vernon You'll Find The Bank of Mt. Vernon T.iiiia-iliii.i- s 1 J.icl.-onvii- le. n Cam-'bridg- e. s Kern County, California Wants Farmers "Kern County has Tootn for 200,000 super-Dreadnoug- ht This may seem impossihle to vou but not so when you know that Kern is as big as the whole State of Massachusetts It i? a wonderful county good here. and hundreds are making settlers. We have issued a beautiful booklet telling much about Kern County. This booklet will be sent to you free, together with a map of California and a copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the monthly guide of the homeseeker and settler, if yon will send us ten cents in stamps to help defray the cost ot mailing. SUNSET MAGAZINE SERVICE BUREAU, mediate job that gets him higher In the Matter ") y In Bankruptcy of Any man, in any position, who D. I. Powell ) can surpass himself and return .Richmond, Ky. Jan. 26 14 the good will of the institution To the creditors of D. I Powell that employs him for the ill will of that part of the public svho will of Alcorn in the County of Jack display It, is surely making his son and district aforesaid, a bank own prosperity; making of him- rupt Notice is hereby given that self a manager of men rather than on December 12, 191 3 the said D. juit 8 man among men, all by I. Powell was duly adjudged a the working out of a very simple, bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at natural law.' The pamphlet is apparently but the office of undersigned in Rich neatly worded bits of admonition mond, Ky., on Feb. 7, I914 at 1 but in fact is direct institutions, a o'clock p. m., at which time the maniture "book of rules" from said creditors mav attend, prove which should any one of its em- their claims, appoint a trustee, exployees devite, and that deviation amine the Bankrupt, and transact te reported to those "high up", such other business as rmy nrop the erring employe will be strictly trly come before said meeting A R BURNAM.rJr. disciplined.even to the point of losReferee in Bankruptcy. ing his position. As a result of these rgid in tructions, railroad employee are FOR FLETCHER'S S ft usual tkiag polite andaccom- - It is his performance of the im- FOr THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY Provisional President Yuan Shih Kal elected president of the Chinese republic. 7. Sporting: In the opening game of the world's baseball series Philadelphia Ainjeucs (American league) defeated the New York Giants (National league) 6 to 4 at New York. 8. Convention: Ceneral convention of the frotestant Epl&copat Church of America opened in New York. 9. Ocean Disaster: Ocean steamer Uranium line, from Rotterdam, Holland, to New York, burned In deaths 131; over 00 persons rescued by ships summoned by wireless. 10. China: Yuan Shih Kal Inaugurated first president of China. Mexico: Provisional President Huerta of Mexico arrested the chamber of depu' ties and assumed the powers of dictator, dissolving congress. IL Obituary: Stanley Waterloo. Journalist, in mcago; aged 67 Sporting: The world's baseball series between tho American and National leagues won by Philadelphia Athletics. American league, in New Yorkf score 3 to 1 (5th game). 12. Aeronautics: 18 balloons. Including the Uncle Sam and the Goodyear from the United States, started from Paris In a race for the" Gordon Bennett cup: 8 Vol-turn- o. mid-ocea- n; 2. countries lepresented. r Obituary: Timothy Lr- - Woodruff, noted Republican leader. In New York; aged 55. Children Cry CASTORIA. i Convention: American prison congress opened at Indianapolis. 14. Panama Canal: The Hrst vessels lifted Into the Pacific entrance of the canaL Aeronautics: The.Amertean balloon Good-Felanded at Bridlington. England, winning the Gordon Bennett cup; distance traveled from tk BUrtlB ftolat 13. ar message to congress advocated direct election of president and a waiting policy In Mexican affairs The Barthou ministry In France resigned after a at by a majority of 25 votes. -Floods: Rising waters In southern Texas began a work of destruction which caused a loss of over 100 lives and damage amounting to $3,000,000 8. Fire: 28 deaths In the burning of the Arcadia note). Boston. Political: The house of representatives passed a bill authorizing 242.000 volunteers subject to the order of the Dresi- denL B, Storm: Snow fell In central Colorado to the depth of 45.5 inches, blocking railroad traffic. Shipwreck: Swedish steamer Malmber-ge- t foundered off Bodo. Norway; 45 lives lost Obituary: Lieut. Col. David du Bose. Galllard, U. S A., an engineer conspicuous on the Culebra cut of the Panama canal, In Baltimore: aged 54. 8. Panama Canal: Gatun dam completed after six years' labor. Political: National senate passed the Hetch Hetchy valley bill converting the domain Into a reservoir. Obituary: Phoebe W. CouzlnB, author and lecturer. In St. Louis; aged 73 8. Anniversary: Centenary of Holland's revolt against Napoleon Bonaparte celebrated hy historical pageantry Sporting: Georges Carpentler. French champion boxer, defeated Bombardier Wells of England In the 1st round1 In Landon. K Mexico: Mexican congress annulled t&il Octobef elections and named Huerta provisional president pendirig new alee-tlo- n ' in June. 1914. da-fe- DECEMBER. Political: President Wilson's P Sai annual MT. VERNON, Dentist Knew, Mmw KY, Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Phone 49-- 'C. MT. xxx Williams, KY. On 2rd. floor o 3C& &3 :C&3C$L&X 1 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VERNON. The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given to collections Phone No. 80. l"OFFICE.- - COMPLETE LINE Coffins, J- - C. MeCLftRY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Caskets and Eobes Mail, Ttelegrapb or Telephone cderp Promptly . Filled. Alto vHHSCj1h ?DeB3e"x: yc$zcfryy& Stanford, Ky. 3 aEL flobjl c He rtw tar WU. pa;st,o;ria rlT Children Cry . CkifdxejL, Cry ca. n rtriifift FLETCHER'S -- , .4- - -- - . FOR CAST m !k VI i 4 r i il f ! 'f L -- ; u. t s i. am a ''' The. great dam of rh? West Vir ginia Pulp and Paper company at Dobbin, V. Va ,. recently broke sending a great wall of water down the Potomac val'ev. inundating tt " FT nil fcirfTw rmi ' .t illages. and threatening loss of .. r S. Mt3MVrvBH life. Th" telephone girls at Dobbin, Harrison, Piedmont and other places successfullj sent' warning over the wires to everyone possibly in the path of the flood WONDERFUL COUGH their own lives these girls swed REMEDY ne lives of hundred-!- perlups Dr King's New Discovery is ih usands. Everyone placed duty known, everywhere as the remedy before pergonal safety and is de which will surely stop a cough or serving of Carnegie medals, it any- cold. D. P. Lawson of Eidson, one ever deie.-vethem. Tenn. writes: "Dr. King's New Too frequently operators in Discovery is the mest wonderful telephone stations are criticsed cougn, cold and throat and lung I I for failing to feriorm the service medicine I ever sold in my store. It can't be expected of them. They cannot any trouble beat. It sells without! at all. It needs no explaiu to those who feel aggriev- guarahtee." This is true, because TO THOSE WHO OWE ME- -. If ed and must bear criticism in sil vr. King's New Discovery will Clero WheelUou nits purchased .PERSONAL relieve the most the interest of Mr. Mashalin the you pay me your account for I9I3 ence. No jnatter what tha diffulty und colds Lung obstinate of coughs Floyd Miller was in Knoxvil'e, troubles quickly barber shop and the business will and it happens to be larger than they must make the best of the helped by its use. You should business. Wednesday on be run in mture in name of Cox 4& the other feJow$, will make you situation, accepting responsibility keep a bottle in the house at all Miss RJlda Chandler of Brod- Wheeldon. """ a present of a 15 all wool serge which may not be theirs to as times for all the members of the 1 sume. Yet these same telephone, family. 1 00. head, was here Tuesday. Al) 50c. and long as men take home Gf Suit, or if ifc shou)d bp nexf: to the gjrjsj when put to tlie As pr by mjU. H B. test, are Druggists Mrs. J. C. Moore has been very teen cents worth of potatoes and Biggest X will give jpu a $q. Stet cv rawqueipma or e n seldom fouud wantjng E figure that we. can make fterlously iil for the past week. eighty-fiv- e cents worth of booze, son hat- I have a few Ladies and qf larger duties to society 3t. Louis.. Miss Dell Jones of Middlesboro. there will be an argument over Misseg coats which will go ah.so more money and make it The capital of the United States lutely at cost, wbiln they Jasfc. J Like the phone girls in the Potom-aU with relatives here tor a few the high cost of living. valley, thev frequently perform has beon located at different times faster by handling only that kind especially invite you to call In and days. We are requested to say to those service that is truly heroic. It at the following places: At Philaexamine my full line of mens and Mr. P. Q. Griffin, of near Quail, j who of merchandise that represents have not paid in the first call boys all wool, serge suits, which might be well to remember this delphia from September 5' 1774. to on busiWas in town yesterday, for the electric light stock are re- I am offering .at the lowest pos- fact when one becomes impatient December, 1776. the highest possible quality. at Baltimore ness. Theie sible prices. Thanjjing you for or aggrieved because ordinary from December 20. 1776, to Mr-rquested to do so at once. Victor Price and Mr Glovers are only a lew unpaid. your patronage durjng I9I3, ui(l service seems not to be as prompt, 1777; at Philidelphia from Maroh In very thing we sell wo look up of Slanford, were here between as it should be. 1, 177ft to September, 1777: at 1 am getting only eggs a asking ft continuance pf the same lour trains Sunday. Lancaster, Pa., from September the leading makers in that line day in my poultry yard. Please this year. I am, Sayers. Messrs Sam and John 27, 177, to aepietuDer 30, 1777; Yours truly, QUAJJv. tell me how to get more? Cull and get the agency for Alt. Vernon. of the Spiro section, were here at York, Pa , from September 30, M. Adams, J. There are two ways to get more V ednesday on business. Brodhead. Kv After being absent thru the 177, to July 778; at Philadelphia Cull. Buy some more bens, , Or vVe are spent Reynolds Miss Sallie in give columns of your most valuable from Julv 2, 1778 to Tune 30, J83 buy the eggs from g. grocer. Jan. I4-1- 4 at Princeton, N. J., Jnne 30, 1783 from Friday until Sunday, last, paper, I will try and come again. you the best set vice and: t Dr. W. D. Las.-vell- , one of RockWe understand that Mt. Vernon with Misses Jude and Lena McCall Wm. Cummin, has bought the to November 20, 1783: Annapolis, is soon to have an overall factory-Jus- t castle's, ablest physicians and Misr. vulues ever. of Maretburg". Chaney farm, near Bandy. Mr. Md , November, 26, 1783, 10 No wait until the electric light Epnipe BaJI of Gardner, Va-- . who vember 30, 1788; Trenton, from Dhaney will leave soon for his old Tom Taylor of Quail county, faas just completed the H)rsps bgre Sunday and Monday to plant is installed and Mt. Vernon vras home in West Virginia: The Novemoer, i784, to Januarj7, 1785 The best way for" yon to know will be getting a whole lot of training course at Berea College, looking up jsee his mother and farmers are very busy this fine New York from January, II, 1785, were jojned in the holy' bonds oE things. to 1790; then the seat of governabout all this is to ' telephone affairs, matrimony, Wednesday January Weather, turning the sod and pre- ment was removed to Philidelphia, The telephone people have paring for their crops.-Mr- s. D. C. Craig, one of the faithful 15th. until lso, placed a switch in at Brush creek. who has bean very sick for where it remained typos of the Signal office, was in Thp ceremony took place in the stnee which time it has been in weeks, continues JLebanon. Monday, to have glasses and now gives connection to the reception room, of the hospital, at the past few line subscribers; J. W. Johnetta Letter, M. G. Reynolds, sold a Washington. fitted to hisjdyes. "We Stand By What You Buy" 5? o'clock p. m. with Pres. Frost Lee J. W. Chasteen, Jack Abney, Eqq4 pair wprk mules a few days A TEXAS WONDER. Xr.aad Mrs. Chs. Chandler David Aboey officiating and Dr. acting and .Dave Clark, ago for 250. W. H. Barnes and cime. down from London yester as best man and Mrs. Gilbert as wife The Texas Wonder cures kidney of Brodhead were guests of day ancLspent the ilght with Mr. Mew Telephone .stations. b ides maid. After tho ceremony and bladrer troubles, removing Harve Bowmau's resileuce, No. Lie bride and groom were aocom R, W. Reynolds first ol the week. grauel, cures .diabets, weak Mrs, Will H. Fish. 'and The little , daughter of J. M. Mrs Gil JUr. tul Mrs. Edd Hoffman of 70 I. U.S. Singleton, restaurant, pan'!d,by Dr. Jjhkins, ill irregularities of the kidheys ChlcafeVf-aiaaC.Rdy Denure of Mt Vernon. "Red" ,Will Owens bert, Chas. B. Anderson, M'ss Craig who was very sick a few and in boty men and women. ago, continues better. Wm. Tirreflaute, Ind., are with Mr. and Charlie Tackaou residence Gross, Robert Reams, Edith Las- Regulates bladder troubles in Scott sold to a Mr. Dillingham of aid Mrs"j. C. Moore during Mrs near Sinks, on M.ullius Station well, and Miss Hurt to the Davis the Ottawa section, a miloh cow, children. If not sold by yout Jin. bearding house, whe re a most de.Moore's illness. price paid 50. Mr. Scott also druggist, will be sent by mail on JLEADIHGi licious supper was served. Tljeu Albright, who can claim as Arch A. R Furnish has purchavd bought of Dan Brown, a cow and receipt of 1.00. One small bottle his friend every person in the the stock of goods of C. B, Rider the happy couple retired in Bpone calf at a fancy price. Mat Adams in two months treatment, nd sel" WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. world, who knows him, has been and will occupv the East room of Tavern for the n'ght, and boarded is erecting for - himself a new dom tails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from his and other spending a few weeks with Atty, the Rockcastle hotel buiMing. the train Thursday amid showers dwelling. Imer Scott wjll leave of rice, for Mr. Vernon, where they-w- j states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 and Mrs. B. R. Gentry. y The inventory was completed soon for Kansas. Judge K. S. 1 make their future home. Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold C. A. Wheelden has bought R. and Mr. Furnish is now in Contributed Alcorn and L. R. Hughes of Stan- by Druggist. C. Mashal's interest in the barber charge. ford, were in this section a few shop. Mr. Wheelden is a good Lecture. Tnejrst pf a series days ago on business. W. A. Fish's Clothes have, The regular January term of the of four barber and the firm of Cox & lectures andentertajnraentj. Owens proposes teaching a serie Style and Dash; ! Wheelden will be a strong com Rockcastle Circuit' Court closed to be given under the auspices of of singing at Livingston in the And cost the least in. " last Wednesday, but Judge "bination. the Mt Vernon Worqau's Club near future. W. G, Colson was Precious Cash. called a special term, which WHEN I BEG AX DOKG BUSINESS WITH Lovell, a son of Jeff and Grnded school will tike place in Somerset a few days ago o.i Arthur will convene Monday, February Salesman wanted to look after Lovell of t le Burr section, was in at Graded School building on the, legal business J. M. Reynold.-soj2nd, and hold five or six days, for our interest in Rockcistle and adMonday carrying some s:ars evening of Tuesday February 10th twn to a Mr. Pebble of the Blue the trial of a number of civil cases jacent counties. Salary or Comon his face, showing the eff :cts of I914. when Mrs. Mary H. Dant? grass flection, a nice bunch of mission. Address The Harvey a case of smallpox, ne had during will appear in hogs at Gcts. Corn sold $3.1o An order Iks been placed for ler of Lexington, four years ago, I had but 5.00 to deposit. My business with Oil Co. the winter. eight new phones for Crooked concert in which a program con. per bbl at Chaney s .sale Saturday C'eveland, O. theBjnk for the firs1 yjir did no amoaut to much, b..t the from many last. Melvin Owens has been re Jan. Abe Adams moved to property Cre.ek lines. The new switch- sisting of numbers Cashier seemed to appreciate it, and treated me just like 1 had he recently bought of Clarence board at Tom Mnllins' residence noted artists will ba rendered in unpointed Deputy Clerk. Egbert a million on deposit with him. Naturally, 1 felt encouraged Furguson in the Asber addit 01 on Crooked Creek is doing fine most excellent style. The next Thompson has returned home, and 1 said to my wife one right. " Mary, you just watch what I We are glad to welcome Mr. work. Cooksbutg. Roblnot, Piney three entertainers will appear after a few months stay at Ciaw a difference there will be in 'Bill's Bank Account next year.' " Adams to our town for he is one Branch and Gaulev have good con- somotimp during months of Ap- fordsville, Ind. E B. Henin, Por Infants and Children, ril and Mavj dates will be given purchased of John Acton a thor- The Kind You Have Always Bought Well, to make a long story short. 1 kept adding to my deposits; nection with balance of county. of the County's best citizens later. Miss Care Lee Smith of ough bred, regislered jersey cow Mr. J A. Landrum, who has the Bank paid me 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits, with S. T. Proctor and Joe McKenzle EUzabethtown a weil knowa r ader at a fancy price. J. A. Proct.fr Bears the been having trouble with his hee interest compounded semi annually. I made three real estate have bought the. planing mill of with splendid reccommeudations Signature of &&&ZJ HSife g exmerchant, for some time, had an B Whitehead, Thny expect will be followed W. trades in which I made nice money all went to my credit by Governor very busy behind the counters. amination made, which revealed to make many improvements and with Peoples Bank and today "Bill's" Bank Account Thatcher of the Panama Caual Any one who would Avait to sell a growth of the heel bone which in the future, no matter what you Zone, who will deliver a Now. Boys, if you have got the deter lecture of gcods, keep postoffice, is " Some Punkins." we think is causing the trouble. If the want in buiiding materal, you will the famous stupendous a spndid stand. works at this would be mination and grit and a little bit ol" u old lforse " sense, go to trouble can not be relieved by be able to find it in Ml. Vernon, Isthmus. At a later date the Jeff Owens will soon be done medicine, he will have an opera- fresh off the reel. the Peoples Bank start a little account get a Bank Book Victrola, the latest musical instru- gathering corn Henry Williams tion. with your name on it go iu to. win snid you can do as well as jawNotice. To facilitate business ment after Che order of the phono- is clerking for J. M Reynolds on Chief Dispatcher Lemonds and graph will will be exhibited when Saturdays --rWeddtng Bells are watch inspector Franklin are out telephone users at county stations music and songs from all the expected to ring very soon in in new suits cut from, same cloth and telephones, iu calling into ex tJjSjS masters-wi- ll be rendered. j jjP$c5JSsossB3B this section. Bethel church houe with hats shoes, ties etc alike change should tell operator who ' Tickets for iu'.l course . which was Durnea to me ground a 1 ;w and its difficult to tell tother from and where they are, thus: "This D. M. Uress bought of C. 0. BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR . t which when they pass down the is Will Anderson, at Mullins Sta entitles the bolder to reserved days ago, cause, of the fire Randolph of the Plato section, i29 CHILDREN some lnischieviou boys set street together. Mr. Franklin's tion, please give meTomNiceley." seats. Only those holding season stock hogs at G cents. ara very glad to say a, few newoutfitisa present from the That adrises the operator where tickets will be able to secure re a sage field on fire and it reached words in praise of Chamberlain's General admission- the church building. The lamps Why don't some enterprising Cough Remedy writes Mrs iLTda dispatcher. Several have applied to and who to call back to in case served seats over 6 and were saved and a few seats. John Niceley doesn't answer at once. 35 cents. Children citizen start a bottling works here. Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. :;'I toFrauklin for telegraph jobs " where you are at.' ' under t2 i5cts. Stringer Jr., ha& moved to the Hotel Henry Watterson It is the best place in the world have used it for years both for my and a number have askt Lemonds Always tell children and myself and it ne:ver The. Lexington Leader says : little village of Bee Lick. Pies because abundance OL the best fails to inspect and repair their time Prof. J. W. Ireland, who is alLOUISVILLE. KY. to relieve and cure "Mrs. L. L.-- . Dantzler's Concert B;own sold to a party at Brod water in the land "is to be had or oold. No family with a cough pieces. . ways a welcome guest in Mt. Ver-naTke South' most popular priced, modern children Monday evening in the ball room head, a good horse for $120. H. hotel. right on the spot. should be without it as it gives alnow representing the Ameri- of the Phoenix: actuated in (he Absolutely Hotel was a souice P. Davis says Jae will start his very heart of the retail (hopping dUtrictand LOCAL most immediate relief in" cases of can Book Co., was here last week near all the theatrei. ijt;- of gTeat delight to the audience, gng plows soon., Mrs. Eugene croup. Chamberlain's ! :Cough COUGH CHAMBERLAIN'S Fine t Cafe in Louiirille, with moderate to see County Supt. W.A.B. Davis which The fir6t electric prices! Remedy is pleasant- and safe'to conoisted of a number of Proctor is reported very ill with, REMEDY Club Breakfast from 25c up ; noon day clock, brought to the county can and others relative to the adoption Lexington's take, which is ot great imporLunch 50c; table de hote Dinner, 6 to 8p. most representative tuberculosis V Jhas. Rogers of the m- - $ .00. - Abo elaborate a la carte service This remedy has no suoerior tance when a medicineV must be be seen at Mt. Vernon telephone o"i the text books for Rockcastle people. in Restaurant. Bee Lick section is rejoicing over for coughs and colds. It is pleas given to young children. For: Rathskeller open from 4 p. m. to I a. ra. which is soon to be made". Look central. The concert was Orchestral and vocal music " ant to take. It contains no opium sale by all dealers. under the a big girl that arrived 'at his home ing purely to the best interest of management of or other narcotic. ItalwaiScures. "August Krueger bought of Jake the James "Lane on the 26th. E. B. Herrin has. ROOM PRICES "Si the people, since the books of the Allen For sale by all dealers. Portrait Committee and Mrs bien doing some Carpentering for .Gentry a lot in Sparks & Davis' With running .vrater aad American Book Co. have been used TJantzler was private toilet $1 per day addition and will commence buildassisted in present Mat Adams. John A. Brown rein the county so long, every family With private bath $1.50 ing an article program by Prof. mains aboutjuas usual. Eibert ing soon. NoTicn: The end of the yeax supplied more" or less with books Reynolds, WP to $3.00 par day vtolinlist.Mrs Gilmer Elder and wife.spenV Sunday with is drawing near and as short settle.! POUND, the place to ' Say Spectacles Deputy Sheriff Dee Cummins that willanswer for two or three rryor, soprano. nd Miss Large saaaple rtoai t Carrie T. C. Haram; P. C. Brown says witk private bath $2.50 ments makes long friends, please ana Eyeglaasee for Sl.gOaad up. Gold Bays Bill Eeece holds, members of the family "without Jkiaa, accqmpaRt . . te,$3.59 per day. come ana settle up-- vour ac onver ami aiuhubuv frames. Ear-record on a run. Dee ought to buying new ones, it is certaihiytoi Ju-U.na- i ntor.miian on this he yet remains a candidate for; You are cordially invited to make this -- know because .counts and. we will still be friends gestselectKn is town, .Wyes tested' "RP9 in ne'- weeks matrimony, Oh Tuesday January he witnessed the the interest of the mtrons thU th6 hotel your headquarters' While in Louisville, Free. Years of experience. even if only for a day. Have your mail mthe i death Angel t .27, at 3:,a. as ever. racejJ-fHche was a pretty close and packages' addressed here. ' You will fW Ml " ?' 'fcosiedk will be.applied to pur visited ths'hdme of- .always Be a wetcoae guest. Yours respectfully, . ROftUT B. JONIS, Mau,., chawprsupplies for Graded ScboolSmitlTafd claimef 'for .its. victim JBWEEjSK AND. pnnCIAN. Vi Jonas MgKenzie. Jan. 2 3t. fi3r- 1cox Every man kuows sjmethiug be Foit Sale: A $50. Remington will not tell. typewriter for saleat $25 Wm. Owens, Dr. Cheanut is adding improve&f?. "Vernon, Ky Tan 30 1914 Tun. 23 .t Burr, Ky. ments to bis residence in the way of a double veranda. 79" wneo tip For Sale: 100 acres of land, toCommunl vrn"No.SIGNAL one and one halt miles South of cate with Dr. Owens is erecting a large 16 acres in cultivation barn for lumber storage purposes Pine Hill. 2 houses, 2 barns, 25 aci es fenced. on lot near Whiteheads mill West with good wire, loo good young end of town. apples trees, good well, most of Poles are being distributed ba- lpnd level. Will sell this land tween Mt. Vernon aud Wildie for worth the money. I a'so have NASHVILLC R. R.CO. lOyjW't-lrebuilding teleploue line and put500 acres on Long branch, unim ting it in ri.rst cla-- s condition. TIME TABLE. proved, will sell at $2.00 per anv take 4:59 pm Stand Has some timber, some coal and 22 north : thai you about 4o acres is bottom lami. I 24 nortn 3:53 a m 1 taking also have 20 hp. bo'ler and engine, u:43 am to ?3 south my throw- saw mill, grist and all appurten12:19 am 21 South ances belonging. Also some jrocd J as. Landrum, Agent, "A good poker player, r' says pnone No. 8. Maj, William Hoffman, U. S. A, town property. Will sell any or retired, "is a man who i&ajle to all of this property at a bargiin. Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Eattned at the R. L, McFerron,. smile while having . his teeth mail matter. a stcond-cias- s Mt. Vernon, Ky. pulled." ttir, VERNON SIGNAL lliiKUrv I'JUUNE LilLd. JmSffL ftfajMlifcflfo t ill! I il iil""' ' "1llM fii " - - - 79 79 her joking companion, fosiaji Smith who had been very low for some time wLh thtt most dread- itii disease, tuberculosis. He 11 leaves a wife and five childred to! mourn his dt at h, besides a host of r latives and frien:ls He was a unvoted husband and father. The re uams were laid away Wednesday afternoon, in the Provid n e cemetery, to await tne final call of the last great day. r HEHRIKIIH -"; uBt: i . 'rr-i-ffT-rrrJ-r- iL ..H w , - - U.-- X W V Ri-kin- g , d It Pays Us to Serve i ou Well jjuv-imc- u djq-cbarg- - W g e 1 1 l - the-.-bes- Mary-Brow- n COME AND SEE. s ,ad r: d-y- s yes.-terda- I m SOYS! F ood d THE PSOPL5S BANK t, CASTOR A X-R- ay our-hustlin- is-ke- pt . '-he -- - JC- - DILL. wa-tha- 'I - n, fire-proo- f; self-windi- ng - 1 FOUND! the-world- 's -- Stew,H - - r Mrs.-Docia- J.0. -- I MOORE ii . - - v U ' Jf JI-:- --1 Ife- - JLc - r?i :L 7 - . -- V h i "xit M X V1 i -r- -r V7- t- fthas.C Davis Nst, 3r -I kyf Vernon DRUGS ChS&ialfcvjs Mr. Ve on aEl ihsv I 15 (39 ) Phone No I My .open shop atis.7;ofclccfc We thirty-nin- e. a,m. and run open shop tfll 9 o'clock p. m IIf u You are cordially welcome in pur 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 oo like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon I mmKm9mmmmmml&m9&mmmmm Ky. Mardi Gras IUN FROLIC FESTIVITY NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE February 19-24, Tickets on Sale February 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 ATTRACTIVE LOW ROUND TRIP FARES 1914 STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. TofiSL " I have re- cejved from, the use of Thedford's writes MrsSylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no eaual for la minnp. had mine Kyer and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her. but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draught made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit i BLack-draugh- T S S in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi- ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar regular price ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a sate, 1.50 Signal ! 00 reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. You get them all for $3.50 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- Call at our office and see this Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e magnificent chart or send for ciryears of splendid success craves its vain r.nnrf t cular giving description. ypung and old. For sale everywhere. Pri 9 rpntc W- The Signal. Mt. Vernon, Ky. . hprv fri m E Mull as j.s Wither?, Tuesday nioht.-Mrs- . An o..prtlUni v in secure lhe DETACHMENTS OF MARINES LAND B. H. Shutts ad uo children laiet up-t- dire map of Kentucky TO QUELL BATTLE IN THE spent last Thursday and Friday a d historical Review of Kentucky DISTURBED CITY. with Mrs. . E. Price. Thev left fr m its lomid tiioi the present Tuesday for their western home al o the pictures of all Ken ime, uckj'aGo e. nor- - Fieeufih rge The President of Haiti, Michel Oreste, Mn John Fields of May wood, Took Refuge Aboard German was here on business one day last vith the Mt. Verm n Siona. Cruiser Vineta. week. Mr. and Mrs. G. E Pric? 1 h.s grtat chart c nt in. all of I S visited relatives TllO Kind "Von Ttnir Alnro-tr- j" Ttrtnrrli ujiu. nVl.i.nT. 1. thpfol. win-- : Western Newspaper Union News Seric. and sou Clyde, nnl 1..LUV..U uaj iuvea j in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of Port au Prince, Haiti. The presi- near Mt. Vernon first of the week j M:iiiif Kentucky. fett wid and has been made under his per-dent of Haiti, Michel Oreste, fled from and Estel took his llrst degree in alul 4 u Did oi g evri the capital and took refuge aboard CjCfbtr?-?-?--, sonal supervision since Its infancy. the Masonery. rvvj Mr. Ora Brovn Allow no one to deceive yon in this; knowi.fa l.irg-- r or better map German cruiser Vineta. He was acAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " tt j being nfffre siste , companied by his wife. Fighting be- spent Sunday with her readeto n jp ti ! Experiments that trifle with and endanger the " are but health of r-? THE MAP IS NOT FOR gan in the city. Soon afterward the Mrs. Ethel Hatcher. Miss Lizzie Infants and Children Experience against Experiments president left the palace under escort Hurst was the guest of Misses SALE IN ANY RO URE and was conveyed in a launch to the warship lying in the harbor. Almost Ola and Kate DeBord, Saturday (0R THROUGH ANY AGENT Mr. John Lawson i immediately detachments of bluejack- and Sunday. Tneimmni ith h'storic j and Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare ets were landed from the United suffering uit.i a severe caseo piclo ial map not mil g vts y u States goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It armored cruiser Montana and lagrippe,--U- T. P. Burnett one of contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Harcotio" an up to the miiute nm c.f the the Vineta. Firing continued, and it substance. Its age is its. guarantee. It destroys TV'orma Louisville Tin & Stove Co'45. best Ss ta ol Kenmcky, but m tiadi- - was evident that the revolutionary and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it movement which began in the north salesmen wa; here Tuesday and has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,' tiun ijives on: and spread to some of the Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and" is sister," (t) Tueonlv comple'e cnllec- - towns had gained sufficient southern spent the night with strength Mrs, W. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, Mul-lin- s H. Brown. O. J , t'imofp rti'di s of r.ovHui.r ol in the capital to threaten not only the assimilates the Food, giving" healthy and natural sleep. was at Plato Mrst of the week. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, th-- i State of Kentuckv. including power but the life of President Oreste. It was the intention of Oreste to -- Miss Mary Mae .a him has re M :L'rcsir.y. vho abdicate the Hon. .) H. several days ago, but later he served from 1S75 to I879. ai d declined to do so, hoping with the aid covered suihcie itly to return to GENUINE ALWAYS of congress to prevent the overthrow school at Mt. Vernon. Clav was reelected in 191 to here of his administration. Bears the Signature until 1915. Shot text as to tei 111 failed to do anything. Congress has Thompson was in Mt. Vernon one The arrival of day last week. -- Mrs., M. E. Price of office and dab f birth hid the Montana and Vineta has relieved with Mrs. 1. H. deilh is given under each Gover the situation here so far as foreign spent Sunday residents are concerned. The legations Shutts. Air. Aud Miller after a nor's portrait. are now under guard. (2) The Flags of all Nations The Haitien rebels repulsed an at- two weeks visit here, has returned tempt by government troops under the to his home in Indiana. Mrs A. in beautiful color-- -, together with command of M. Sowder ai d Mrs. Mae Mulltns coiKie i..tJ:ination as t') arGi 11 interior, to laud Pradel, minister of the at St. Marc, 44 miles attended the buiial of Mrs Jest nt square in"les of ail countries and to the northwest of the capital. The eaVcr at Uood Hope last Satur government troops, who had proceed the population of each. In Use For Over Years e ed on school at this plate is. THt CtMTAUH COMANV. MgW VOWK CITY. (3) A splendid "map of tin Alexis, board the dispatch boat Nord at once returned to this city. rogres.siug niceley with Mrs. United States. TuePing as teacher. Little Edna (4) Portraits of all the Presi INHUMAN YOUTH 'a tcher has been very sick with dmt- - of the Unit d Stite., givinjj Miss Mattie Owens ie mumps term of office and date of birib Who Confesses He Planted Bombs in tid a Miss Dillingnam of Maret- and death4 Tenements For "Black Handers." urg spent the day Sunday wih (5) A complete Gazetteer rf New York. Alfred Lehman, an u: viisses Mollie and Alza "Owens. the State of Kentucky wi h i9i HONCST. SIMON PURE. DURABLE. dersized youth scarcely out of hte Edd Brown and Miss Mauds Census teens, sat in the witness chair anc (6) Historical Ken ucky, giving confessed to having partaken in 1 Thompson were married the 21 hi. bomb outrages, facts from th admission of th 80, cleared up revealed knowledge oi The Rev. D. R. Gentry performed the mystery of two mur he ceremony. The groom is a down to the present time. BSSiWSfflaSw!SB LOOK! ders and furnished information con on ot Mr and Mrs. Wm. H cerning a number of lesser crimes, in All btaie officials. PcrQaJ. Brown and the bride a daughter SILVER SEAL Department, of the 5 to 10 Gallons 75c State eluding arson aand burglary. Lehmar if was called as witness in the o Mr. and Mrs. James B Thomp- BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. 5c Y Bbl. (25 gals.) 5o erumui t with he heads . Angelo Sylvester, accused of trial o: one Wc Band loU (50 gals.) son. They will o to housekeep-irnea- r Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. each department and the cleiica the bomb outrages. Lehman told Quail. Master Robert RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. of the burning of two Brooklyi force, with the'r s il tries. houses for the insurance, and man B oyles spent last week, with his BLACK BROWN aad GREEN Per Gal. mOJ Vanoi s Ken ucky boirds and other lesser crimes. He said ; n in ca 40c bomi 5 to 10 Gallons randfather, Mr, J. P. "Mullins. the V 3!vi AKi HM t TIM. f? sal. courts with their staffs, offce . outrages usually brought the men do V. J. Brown has resigned his -- al's") 30c Barrel lots (50 gals".)!!!!!"!.... 40c ing the work $50. osition as miller for the Walnut Barrel lots (50 and salaries. . SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Bask: Pure Lead ud Ziac Grove Milling Co.. and has acPo itical and organ"- RAT POISON KILLS THREE. 25 Guaranteed t Cost yon 25$ more cepted a like position . at Ciab and Pure Linseed OIL ordinary paint.less, cover onr7oSpecial space. to yon. z it ons of t ie last twice as long as Ask for Prices ite. Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc. Haleyville, Ala. Three small chil Orchard. Kentucky Un ted States Seni dren of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Rowland Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Palais, Fimeh, t rs. HIS STOMACH TROUBLES Polishes, .Glass and General Supplies. here are dead, the result of eating Kentucky Cl ief Jus while their parents were awa; for Free Color Cards and useful Inforaudea about Pafats. TellM WRITE OVER. yonr needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. Speaktrs of the Kentucky from home. Mr. Dyspeptic, would you no1; Houce. like to feel that your stomach KENTUCKY MFG. CO. over, that vou could Congressional districts CINCINNATI MARKETS tioubles were of. Incorporated. eat any kind food you desired Railroad Commissioners. without injury? That may seem, Senatorial dis ricts. a:: . o unlikely to ou lhat you do not Corn ' Counties of Kentucky, when 71c, No. New corn: No. 2 white 70 3 white 6869c. No. 4 whit en hope lor an ending of your a made ?nd from what, counties, 6567c, No. 2. yellow G668c, No. . rouble, but permit us to assure yellow 6465c, No. 4 yellow 601 outhat it is not altogether impos etc . etc., etc 62c, No. 2 mixed 6567c, No. ; mixed 63 i 65c, mixed ear 65 67c 4ble. If others can be cuied All of the vital statistics of white ear 6567c, yellow ear 66fD68c jeimanently, and thousands have Kentucky. Hay No. timothy $17.7518 een, whv not vou? ?ohn K. The chart alone is worth $1 5o. standard timothy $16.7517, No. i 3arker, of Battle Creek, Mi h., is timothy $15.75 16, No. 3 timothy $1 YOUCANNOr BUY IT. He says, "1 was 14.50, No. 1 clover mixed ?15, No. i )neofthem. clover mixed $13, No. 1 clover $14 roubled with heartburn, indiges-ion- , IT IS NOT FOR SALE 14.50, No. 2 clover $1212.50. and liver crmplainr until I Said the best advertisement for a "General It is only to be given as a pre Oats No. 2 white 4243c, stand used Chamberlain's Tablets, then mium with the Evening Post and ard white 3941c, No. 2 white 41V ill advertise every week in your troubles was over." Sold by Store is igzc, jno. 4 white 3dt,Qlc, No. I the Signal ill dealers. mixed 4041c, No. 3 mixed 40 local paper. HERE'S OUR GREAT 19I4 40Vc, No. 4 mixed Wheat No. 2 red 99c$l, No. 3 OFFER red 969Sc, No. 4 red 8594c. Poultry Hens, 5 lbs and over, Evening Post, daily, one year, o.fT : 13c; 3 lbs and over, 13c; young, regular price flnp nnrtlirntinn rwtfitc nrt Tt.41. ugh $3.00 staggy roosters, 12c; roosters, 10c; uimuivsKJii.a.ici.wTirnrn9rn nmcL effects Kentucky Governors' Vall Chart, springers, over 2 lbs, 15c; springers, a cure. Rciema. Prvunlit 'IVtt 2 alt skin THfi Of KENlUGfcY'S GOVERNORS FLEES FROM CAPITAL FfifiK o portraits LEVEL UkH u C Children Cry for Fletcher A ftt Sj0 "" o., Just-as-goo- 1 1 What is CASTORIA 1 I CASTORIA 1 1 iy.--Th- The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 CafMUi LISTENl ll,i"11"" SILVER SEALPATNTS a'ASS?" Save You 50 STOP! S-a'- e rt fnl.i'" rsn. n L-e- TO-DA- Y PAINT ZSSSmfc - A Wholesale House of Chicago to '"''ahe 3839c. GHSIla. fTti-..- WORMS THE CAUSE OP YOUR CHILD'S PAINS. UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished Hearse seni to all parts of lie JUUULY All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Phpne94-- W. A. COX,i S MT . -- VRVRivrn-N, ., r ., , teggpg.:.jJV3jt-j;a- J g 33? :: : Saddles rup-ieathe- rs XXqCX 33XptL3 at a reasonable price fys ttv o..J. A foul, disagreeable breath, dark circles around the eyes, at tiroes feverish, with great thirst; cheeks flushed and then pale, abdomen .swollen with sharp- - cramping pains are all indications ol worms. Don't let ) our child suffer Kickapoo Worm Killer will give sure reuet it kills the worms-w- hile its laxa'ive tffect add greatly to the health of your child by re- 4.15. moving the dangerou. ajid disaLambs Extra $7.908, good to greeable eifect of worms and par- choice $7.257.85, common to fair ages from the system. Kickapoo $5.507. Woira Killer as a health producer FOLLOWS SONS TO DEATH. should be in every hoasehol Perfectly safe Buy a box to day. Price. 25c All Druggists or by Kansas City, ,Mo. Charles Louth, mul Kickanoo Indian Nferi. f.n 82 years old, followed his two sons to death under the wheels of a switch hiii. or St. Louis. 1 extra $6.25fi)ri.F;0. ennrl rn choice $5.506.15, common to fair $3.755.25; canners $34.50. Bulls Bologna $66.75, extra $7, fat bulls $6.50 7. Calves Extra $10.7511, fair to good $8.5010.5Q, common and large ?5.5010.25. Hogs Selected heavy $8.508.55, good to choice packers and butchers $8.508.55, mixed packers $8.408.50, stags $4.50;7, extra $7.107.25, com mon to cnoice neavy rat sows $5.50 7.90, extra $8, light shippers $88.55, pogs (110 lbs and less) $67.75. Sheep Extra $4.75, good to choice $4.254.65, common to fair $2.75 COWS, lbs and under, 17c; spring ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 15c; ducks, under 4 lbs, 14c; turkeys, toms, old, 19c; ytung turkeys, 9 lbs and over, 19c. Eggs Prime firsts 31c, firsts 30c, ordinary firsts 29c, seconds 28c. uattie snippers $6.758.25; butch, er steers, extra $7.858, good to choice $6.857.75, common to fair ?5.756.75; heifers, extra $7.75, good to choice $7.257.65, common to fair diseases yield to us curative properties. oic. a do t. jki ail uruzgsts. Send for free sample and hook. Health and Beauty.' inuucTAfti uni rtVlAV SL 1730 Spring Garden St PhiUu. Pa. J. E. Mitchell, Pine Hill, Ky. he Says the best way dp just like can advertise, is to is doing Just keep $57: VQ FLETCHER'S " HfA A BBBBBB For Scratched I I Tables Other Furniture and Interior Woodwork engine when he was struck and killed in the Chicago, Rock Isla,nd and Pacific yards in Kansas City, Kan. The sons, Edward and Charles, Jr., both switchmen, were killed in switching It 'haa'tEfeonly rig? continuous accidents within the last two years. Otto, a third son, is a cripple as a rer door opening, sult of being struck by a switch en ,' Hoops made pf tested steel. glne-year ago. a .A handing the goods out CHEAP FOR CASH THE GREEN FRONT VVVVVVVVWVVVVVvwvwwvvvwvvwvvvwvwvvwvvw 0BJBJBBJBjaj9BJBJBJBJBjajBJBJBJVBlVlVW9VV9VWV9W9 V9Vwwvvvvvwwww JONAS McKENZIE Selz Shoes THE ELLS "RQYAL BLUE" you need a good pair of shoes it IF is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy ; i Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir-- J I Hoops can be adjusted from lad- - ;v -. .- Doors made of California def frftnfr rttrr fnma Red- - Men's Saddles, new, $4.00 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $5.00 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. ... 'The location of fmr fartorw lowett freight from milU'to factory, and from you. Git a bitttr Sila and Savt montj by writing- - ui y for catalog and price. 'LOUISVILLE SILO. AND TANK CO. a.o.sttteaF. ""(IncoVporateiU ;. Children Cry FOR, FLETCHER'S C ASTO R A I -- Restores the original beauty ao matter how badly scratched or soiled H'a a wcod stain and. varnish combined In ma Cpmeainll Natural Wood colors. Whit. Made and PEASLEE-GAULBERT UCOKrORAtCO JOHAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. wr mrsateed by J twnnuE, n. CHRONIC CONSTIPA.T10N CU-RE- - CO. "" Louisville, Ky. BET Offices W. T. DAVIS - Attorneys KlFlr "Five years & LEWIS case of chrouic ago I bad theI worst constipation ever knew of, and Chamberlain's Tab-let- i at Law RlHo- - CI I DC hi o w AND HIDES WWHEST MARKET PRKE PAl in Bathui'nm cured me." write? S. Fv Fish, Btooklyn, Migh, f For sale by all dealers. U. G. BAKER J V V . FMRAWFWWANIHWCS i gmilln WMaa lar ailaa ar H bb T? vJxzimF3&m&tmm "V"" "?" r JOHN s- " WHHE1C0, LMtnucxr. mKBM y r.irA 2 J ,$ -- Zr J. fr "'" - ' V ""'