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Mount Vernon signal: October 23, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914102301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 23, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. wnmf Imiii i Established 1887 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY MM'"MM","M'M OCT '. 23, 1914 V V Zf J k. F ""irrwiM-niiMrmMrT- r as CdeaH " iiiWi MMM XUMRhK 5! Some FALL Need a SPE CIALS at I Hereisasuit Rural Credit For Kentucky THE EMPORIUM Model 6020. New Pair of SHOES? nothing could have given the hnishin tourh to the coat as this high standing collar of velvet. so well dosigned that the personality Broadof the wearer is emphasized. cloth, the most ti actable and beautiful of materials, is used to develop it. The eoat demands special attention by its novelty of cut. The loose tab collar, gives the button and back an unusua'ly smart touch. Tunics of broadcloth are nlways beautiful, and tassel-trimmed, jt &Yh II HI Hit f fro Kentucky, in many ways a pioneer state, is again to the forefront; this time in the movement to prowith farmers vide American cheaper money for the operation of their farms. 1 he Kentucky Rural. Credit Association, with Governor James B. McCreary as its president, has 1 just opened offices in the Fayettexicniuurti utility inniuuifjai iuaiujton, and invitations to faarmers are now be to become members 1 ing mailed to all sections of the ; OR; 1 13 REA U. G. astle County to e 3 2 I E Why you should trade at state. The Kentucky Rural Credit Association is the first organization of its kind in the United States, though the plan upon wnicli it isj founded has been in successful for 147 operation in Europe years. The Kentucky Rural Credit Association is the outgrowth of agitation of the subject by three Presidents Roosevelt, Taft and Wilson, and of the investigations made by United States Commissioners whD were sent to Europe 1 to study the question, and by the magazines and newspapers of this agitation has illuminated the need of cheap money on long terms to the farmers of the United Stales; and the farmers are of aroused to the importance financing their operations on a just basis, in competition with commerce and iudustry. The plan of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association is fl and. under it, money borrowed on land becomes a permanent, investment. Its plan is the amortization plan, which lessens the burden of the debtor and increases tho security of the loan. Amortization is simply a method of paying off the loan by returning a little of the capital each year These payments are called annuof the ities and are composed interest aud contributions to the sinking fund and cost of conducting the business. AK 8 J The largest Stock of Geni iet what you want wln-n eral Merchandise in Rockcwhich enables you vuu want it. w Now is the time to be thinking " about your Fal 1 footwear For Women and Children ' FINE COATS "Here Goes for AnotherCloth- caft Suit" I am like a good many yo ung These cool frosty nioru- insrs make your oxtorus feel rath or uncomfortable: you cannot afford to risk your health in this manner when you can find warmth and comfort in a pair of WALK OVER shoes. A big lot of satisfaction awaits you in one of our new stylish Fall -- The right goods right prices square deal. Satisfaction By Wav. the That is fr MILLINERY nice treatment and a r no pay ker'a FURNITURE You will Let us furaish your home find it so easy to make yout selection here Our stock is new and nothing ftf"" MIIfl!ilfflE!ti8ag but the very best at im mmmmimm&r&fP&'-&40fjrr- 27 years experience as buyer, together with ample cash en-ahles us to lmv merchandise at the very lowest possible figure. modelr. Take for instance this "Carl-ton- " model, it has the English effect d so popular with men of today, low receding toe with the broad sensible heel to correspond, and with the stitched tip makes a verj' dignified and conservative boot any man would Ixj proud to wear. well-dresse- fellows you know I liko to dress in neat Our overhead expenses are less than most people's . stylish clothes. 1 also like to get the best quality 1 can without paying a stilf price. That's why 1 am going to stoj) in and see Sutton it McBee about iiy fall togs. For one thing, I've made up my miud te keep on buying Clot her aft Clothes. Ever been told They're about 'em ? right in lino with everything Sutton & McBee sells. suit or overcoat for You can buy a Clothcraft 10 No ext- ravagance allowed in running the business. So we are enabled to " Soil the same goods for less money.'' ' reasonable Made in BJacW, prices $Ww it Ell; from $3.50 and Tan Calf Leathers to $5.00 Ilia pair. We have a clear title to We pay no interest becane we borchattdise. row no money. Xo moitgage or notes against us. We are not compelled to sell at high prices in order to pay interert on money to run the bushes witb. We add something new every day to our our store buildings, fixtures and mer- - Selby Shoes For Furniture Depart-- 1 tipmmiemmmtm WOMEN All the new models in Patent Kid and Gun Metal. French and Low Ueela. t ment Call and take a look We carry everything to fur r":ifA'ttaiuf For instance, is a farmer barrows from the Kentucky Rural Credit Association (of which he must be a member before he can borrow) say the sum of $1,000. for will pay a period of 20 yeurs, ho annually $85., and at the end of the 20 years he will owe nothing. He has, however, the privilege of discharging his entire obligation at any time after five years, if he should so desire Under the present system of farms loans the farmer often pays far in excess of 8J per cent.; in some instances as high rs 25 per cent , interest, commissions, recording fees, ets , and in the end he still owes the principal. The plan of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association, while cheapening the cost of loans to the farmer and lightening his burden, will, at the same time, have a tendency to the general improvement of farm lands, farm dwellings and farm in as equipment in Kentucky, much as money lor operations on a profit producing scale will at all times be accessible and obtain- The smaller our expense account the less price the goods will cost you. AVe pay net, spot cash aud give the benefit all to our customers. to $r5 and it fits, looks aud wears as well as many that cost a grrat deal more. The shape is cut and sewed right into the clothes, and rices: & nish the home 4.00 $2.25, 2.50, $3.50 Politeness, and by theway, politeness from the heart, is what we deal out to our customers whether rich or poor based upon a desire to give our customers all there is in it of alue and service. it stays through wearing them. I never saw as good suits as Clothcraft for 15, 16 even after you're and $,0 . Yon get wool, weer aud comfort in Clothcraft, be- cause they are guaranteed absolutely. SUTTON &Mc LI V1KGSTON. I . 5 20 years ago we came TO LEADERS IN LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS I Mt Vernon, revolutionized business matters, put Alt. Vernon on the map as a bargain town and hav kept her there to this good day. Recently Arrived A BIG LINE OF HEAVY SHOES ALL THE FAMILY AND AT PRICED RIGHT FOR Ttlc nuirii. . owsu dHOES Senators, for it is a fore gone con Saturday and Sunday. J. W elusion that J. C. W. Beckham Baker was in Mt. Vernon TuesDr. W. H. Joyner has moved will be elected by a large majority day. Dr. W. T. Amyx has returnhis family to East Bernstadt, where aud then with J. C. W. Beckham ed from Cincinnati after a short he will practice his profession. and Ollie James at the helm we stay in the city John Clark was called to Knoxville, on account of T. G. Welch was in East Bern- will consider Ky. in good hands. stadt Monday on business. R. L. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Brown of Mt the serious illness of his lather. Miss Lizzie Owens of Quail, has Thomas of Winchester, was here Vernon, was down to see Mrs. returned home after a two weeks Tuesday looking after his interest Brown's mother Sunday. Mr. T. in this place. He owns a great J. Pennington was in Mt. Vernon visit with her cousin. Miss Annie deal of property here, besides one Mondav. Born to the wife of Walton. J. H, Walton has returnof the largest mills in the county. Ben Hellard on the 19th a tine ed from a days visit with relatives Mrs. Manerva Anglin of Mt. boy. Mr. and Mrs. G. VV. Griffiin at Middlesboro. A box supper Vernon is visiting relatives here and Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Havse was given at the school house able. That Governor McCreary is the this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. and son Arney, after a two weeks Saturday evening for the benefit ol the Athletic Club. About 20 first officer of the first organiza. Niceley of Mt. Vernon, visited Mr. visit with relatives in Florida has tion in the United Strtes to adopt and Mrs. W. G. Niceley Sunday, returned here and will spend a was realized. the suggestions of three presidents Mrs. Nora Jenkins who has had week withielatives before return-- a for DEAFNESS CANNOT BE rural of the U.uited States very painful mashed foot is able ing home to Cincinnati. Mr, CURED credit, is an achievement of which to leave her room. One of Mr. Mahlon Summers, Master of Jack-an- d local applications as they can the Governor may well be proud Mrs. J. B. Jones' children is sou Lodge No. 131 is attending by very sick at this wntinj'.- - Mis. the Grand Lodge in Louisville not reach the diseased portion of and upon which Kentuckians the ear. There is only one way generally are to be congratulated. A. pennington who has been very this week. Victor Tate assistant to cure deafness, at.d that is by sick for some time, is some bptter cashier of the Bank of Mt. Ver-a- t constitutional remedies, Deaf this time. R. D. Stidon was in ' non, was here Saturday. G. S. ness is caused by an inflamed What Would You Do? London Sunday.- - -- Tom Robinson ' Griffin was in Mt. Vernon Tues-(bett- condition of the mucous lining of There aie many times when one known as Pox) has moved day. John Clark wiil move his of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is infiatnmed you have a man questions another's actions his family to Riland, Ky , and family to Tennessee where he has rumbling sound or imperfect and motives. Men act differently will try the section at that place, a position. Mr. nd Mrs. Rosco hear, and when it is entirely clos- under different circumstances. Miss BessieDaugherty of Berea, Gregory has moved to Wanda. ed, Deafness is the result.'and un The question is, what would you les'5 the inflammation can be "taken do right now if ycu had a severe who has been visiting relatives Ky., where Mr. Gregory has a out and this tube restored to its cold? Could you do better than to has returned to her home. 'sition as operator. Mr. R. K, normal condition, hearing will be take Chamberlain's Cough RemCam Mullins of Mt. Ver- - Carlev was iu Lebanon .Int. Sun dLStroyed forever; nine cases out edy? It is highly recommended non was here Saturday to meet day. One of mother Eves fair of teu are caused by Catarrh, by people who have used it for which is nothing but an iuflamed years and knows its value. Mrs the tax pavers. Cam seems to be daughters was the attraction. making good as every body seems Miss Tempest Ward was in Lon-t- o condition of the raucous surfaces. O. E. Sargent, Peru, 'ind., says, We will give One Hundred Do- "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is like him. Well there is just don Monday. George Black has llars ior any case worth its weight gold and twj differences between Cam and moved his family to Corbin where (caused b.y catarrh) of Deafness take pleasure in inrecommending I that cannot myself and that is Cam is the Sher- - he has a position as brakeman. be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. it." For sale by all dealers iff and a republican and I am not Mr. G. W. Doss has moved his Send for circulars, free. ether Just two more weeks belongings to Riland, where he F. J. Chenky & Co , Toledo, O. until the election and then Ken- - will make his future home. Mr. Sold bv Diuggists, 75c, FOR FLETCHER'S tucky will have two Democratic A. T. Feathers was in Louisville Take Hall's Family Pills for er Shoes JTofmanufactnow on Sale at and below Thousands urer's prices. Yoo can buy all yuac winter needs in Shoes for less money . Ladies', Misses and Child- ren's Cloaks, Suits, Skirts & Waists for one halt and less, what you are asked for same goods elsewhere. Men's Suits from makers of finest suits like Hart, Shafner & Marks, Kirshbanis, etc at less than makOvercoats and Eain Coats at a er's prices. fraction of their real value. No matter what article you may under priced . all the good we can. ncd. you can always and Onr greatest desire is to do you find il at Baker's 1 po-her- e Mc-Sheri- I 1 From War Prices, Overcharging customers, Shortweiptitsand measurements, Lying and exaggeration, O Lord, deliver us. Oliiiaren Cry CASTORI A ?- . MtfcaaUuiuta is a device on the Independent "UPHOLD PRESIDENT," HIS KEYNOTE BRYAN'S CALL TO ticket. Mr. Sewell, the Democratic, Friday, Oct 2 3. 1914 and Mr. Creech, the Progressiva KY. DEMOCRATS nominee, have both withdrawn in Published every Friday by favor of the Independent candidat EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, tnd each have expressed a wish ELOQUENT SPEECH DELIVERED IN LOUISVILLE AFTER MAKING md hope for the election of Joan W Hih DieuTOfid&lWThs doll y Drop Tip $I.OO OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ADDRESSES IN OTHER CITIES. Henry Wilson. Any voter cju vote his own Advertising rates mace known on paity ticket, if he so desires, and UPHOLD THE PRESIDENT application then put his stencil in the little I warn BY ELECTING BECKHAM square opposite John Henry Wilson's name in the Independent MEMBER OF Now Beady V-- will be Bryan Advises To Sustain President You. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION column, and his ballot Wilson by Electing Democratic State SvUS? ticket so voted counted for that Ticket President Must Have Sup except iu the race for Congress port of House and Senate in Great Work He is Doing. .vhere it will be counted for the independent candidate. Look for Louisville, Ky. (Special.) AchieveJohn Henry Wilsou's pictuie on your ballot when you go to vote. ments of the Democratic party since He is a fine man, an experienced its succession in power, in fulfillment DEMOCRATIC TICKET. of pledges made prior to 1912, were legislator and admired by all who For U. S Senator Lonjr Term described by William Jennings Bryan know him. He will be honored Secretary of of Frankfort. J. C, V. State, following a one nd respected in Congress and we day tour of the state, at a meeting held For U. S. Sen ator Short Terni ? J. M. Camden, of can claim him as our repres,enta here Thursday night. He reviewed I For Congress and pleasure. the work of President Wilson and tive with pride Nat B. Sew ell, of London. Rockcastle should show that she made an earnest plea for the election Ky is in truth and fact progressive; in November of Mr. Beckham and Mr "Moonlictat Schools." What is that her citizens can cast their Camden and the Democratic nominees Rockcastle doing in thi; line? COMPLETE LINK votes as will best serve their coun- for the House. Mr. Bryan said in part: Will be glad to assist in pushing try. 0 Coffins Caskets and Robe-- , Ladies and Gentlemen It is very u the cause of Boone Way. Lon Let us lay aside our blind par-tisa- pleasant Mail, Telrirnph or Tele- to return to your great city jr don Sentinel. politics and prove to the under circumstances so favorable. The phone orders Promptly vv From his latest photograph. Copyright by Clinedlnst, Washington. "Moonlight Sleep" is the latest world that we are independent, only embarrassment that I find in com Filled SECRETARY BRYAN. great medical discovery made by holding country and home above ing is a natural embarrassment, because we are prone, in civil life as well German physicians in connection all things el e. Weigh the facts as in military life, to overestimate the not because I doubt the result ot this race carefully and see if it with painless motherhood. part of those who lead and under- of this election, but for the doub'e Mr. Harmon Kid mure, una of is not your highest duty to vote estimate the work of the nameless purpot-of increasing, if I can, the the country's successful teacher-an- d The Middlesboro Three States for John Henry Wilson, the Inmultitude without whom a leader majority for your two candidates for a spleudid young man, and man says: dependent Candidate for Congress would be powerless. I have been try- the Senate, Mr. Camden for the short Miss Letha Mullins, daughter of "We don't own an automobile, in this district. ing for eighteen years to unload a term and Mr. Beckham for the Ion", Ail Kinds large part of the credit that generous term, and the return of all the mem- Sheriff and Mrs. Cam Mullin, but expect to some day, as soon as in whose districts I were married last week at the We do not pretend that Demo- friends have been willing to bestow bers of Congress speak. Booneway is completed." and Sizes have appeared to residence of the bride. County cratic Congressmen are wiseror upon me. Because in three campaigns I liae been in several districts to "We (J. M.J side with Villa in the more honest or more patriotic than I occupied a position of leadership day, and I am glad that I close tin Judge G. M. Ballard performed Mexican question. Villa won the Republican Congressman, or that and carried the standard of the party, la j in the district of Mr. Shelley, a the ceremony. We join with a man who has gradually forged to the victory and is for the "great com they are actuated by a loftier am these friends, learning to know m front until he stands as one of host of friends in congratulation; name and not knowing the names of the leaders of the Democratic House mon people '. CarranZa is richer bition to serve the country. We those for whom I Pictures Framed and Enlarged. to this splendid couple of young stood, gave me the standing back of the President. than Rockafeller and of course is do not pretend that Democratic glory that belongs to all. change has come since we people. What a for the rich. "Viva Villa." Two years ago I visited South Amer- begau this fight. As has been sug Kodak Pictures Finished. on the whole are better candidates ica, and climbing up the Andes stopped gested by Gov. Beckham, it has been While it is expected that Boone men or more trustworthy men for a day at Iraquipa. The a long been a dt is Hghtful ttruggle, but it has First-Clas- s struggle. I know nothing thai All you who have torpid livei, Way will eventually secure nation than their Republican opponents. so small there and the skyrainfall Guaranteed. so clear j;ve.-- a man more real satisfaction weak vigesti m or coustipated PowT al aid the various counties thru But we do believe that Mr. that Harvard University has estab- han to feel that he stands for a cause bowels look out for chills. Th which the road will run propose to ers should not be returned and lished an observatory from which to hat can not die. Yes, it has been a season is here and the air is full Manis Building E3 anl photograph the stais. And they tell ong stiuggle, tiresome at times won make a beginning on the line at send a man from the nth district The best edious, but a rewaul we have of the disease germs different points and carry along to Congress who would at least me that one night they turned their I thought I was happj two ears ago thing o do is to get your liver in great telescope on a I could be star, and I j colldition and punfy tbe the work during i9i5- - We need have a little influence iu legisla- when they examined distantplate they I did not thinkThen I had happier thaa was then. a chance to; tftporjTxT- the StOlliaCh alld DOWClS. HHiU r. cnmoMiltif fnr WM,ii1,Umii tlint the highway and don't want to tion for the benefit of our people. found not one star, as they had been oailtd upi n to do be is the right remedy, it answers the thought, but more than 4,000 stars, and tad nevir wait on Congress but get a good I then indorsed ;.' longest ear of corn yet when they examined the heavens the fore. Republicans who the crauty ol purpose completely. Price 5oc OWLY wo told tie truth Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, part ot the work done before that The and thought ibout body extends aid which it is sure hown in Fish's window, Main and stars appeared as one. And when I hear having each other, of myI life, but I I was Ky. w l am Second street, is 1154 inches and of that, I thought that it described just "lappier the time I I have to do ooner or later. now than then is an exhibit by Lloyd Maret. what we are prone to do in politics, been here I think three times when Judge T. S. Asher, (( If ear yet pre- and it fitted my case exactly, and 1 lave mjself been atthe candidate, and J. D. The nearest perfect . ave been here other times when SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S Eemplin, Dr L. L Robertson, J. sented was f ui uished by his father have been glad to tell these enthuappea'. for other candidates came to siastic friends that that, which for M SALE W. Fitzpatrick, Samuel Bennett, "Jim." Probably there are many many years they have been describing but during all thete years I have made speech from that which you R. L. McFerrou Plaintiff. 7) Mayor J. L Manring, E. S. Hel-bur- longer and more perfect ears out as Bryanism, was not anything for a different will hear VS.-Joe F. Bosworth, Judge M. in the county. Bring them in which I was especially responsible, but B. Mobley, Smith KeUey Our line of Couch Caskets J. Moss, C. W. Metcalf, Judge W. and place them on exhibiton. was the sentiment, the heartfelt senE mwood Cemetery. There timent of six and a half million of Deiendants and C. Rice, Jr , is unexcelled T Dayis, White L. Moss, who Maret's corn was grown from Democrats, is a movement on foot by the citiof whom I was only one. By virtue of an order and judg seed Hand-mad- e county white represent three fourths of the Johnson Coffins furnished zens of town and a number of Kentucky's Stars. ment of the Rockcastle Quarterly wealth of Bell county, would or- corn purchased at Gaiffins feed And many of the stars that have members of Commercial Club to Court, rendtredat its September Hearse senl to all parts of ganize them-selve- s into a commit store last spring. helped to make up the light have been make some radical changes and imthe County Terra, 1914, I, as Special Commistee and use some cf that same It sioner of said court, will, on the till Mt. Vernon has the best moving Kentucky stars. As I look back to the provements in our cemetery. ability they use iu their business, convention of 189G, in which great All orders by Wire Promptly Filled picture show of any town of its reform began, or, rather, not this which is proposed to work in connection 26th day of October, i9i4, between in Bell county would have a boulewill be a change to it began, for that convention Itself was with lot owners and ueople who the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and size. There vard from Middlesboro to Knox as that the result of a struggle that lasted for have friends and relatives buried more one reel scenes 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door ol county liue in twelve months. seems to please audiences better something like a year but as I look therein. The first move would be the Courthouse, in Mt. Vernon, Thre2 States. Phone l4 S MT. VRUNW KY back to that than when two to four reel plays self again convention, as I see my- to clear and dig away the great Rockcastle County, Kentucky, standing before that mag- mat of myrtle that has overgrown MSS Mr. are given. The manager, The Pinacle News and Three Owen, surely deserves the patron- nificent audience, I recall two faces the cemetery, salt the grounds so expose at public sale, to the highStates of Middlesboro; the Sun age of our people as he has made that I shall not forget, for they seem as to kill tbe last nestage of the est bidder, the following describ to represent the enthusiasm of that RHEUMATIC SUFFEREHS ed property, viz , 1 Cr.itz Boiler of Pineville; the Mountain Advo- strenuous efforts to establ.sh a body. SHOULD USC obnoxous growth; remove lencing Engine. pinwr, and iand cate and the News, Barbourville; good and successful show and at They were the faces of two stalwart from between lots; put in walks the Sentinel and Echo, London; times was run at a financial less. men. One sat over here and one over thru the grounds. Have a side- 1 Saw Rig. Saw and Carriage, and UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER the Interior Journal, Stanford; With added improvemenes and there in that convention, and when walk made from Eastern co.ner Belts and all appurtenances thereTho Best RemedytM other influential papers have been cooler weather on a good attend- that convention rose to applaud, thes of cemetery to town. This much unto belonging. For all forms of faces seemed to stand out more The amount of money to be requested by the Mt. Vernon ance is expected. strongly than the rest. The man ove desired and needed improvement made is as follows: Commercial Club to lend their The Bank of Mt. Vernon wil here was Gov. Hogg, of Texas, one o' will, we believed will be pusht to $200.00, with interest from the further aid in agitating the ques- soon have its various improve- the greatest men that that state ha an early completion. 28th day of April, i9i4, and the produced. And the man over here wa d tion of the construction of the 1 ments completed in the way of Ollie James, of Kentucky. That wa cost of this action. highway (Boone Way) from new outfit of furniture, railing, Always Does The Wowk LUMBAUU. his entrance into politics, and he ha TERMS: Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGIA fixtures, electric lights, repainting remained, he has grown until he ha "I like Chamberlain's Cough' Said sale will be made on a AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. the most important projected and a general overhauling and ex- become one of the great figures in ou Remedy better than any other,' credit of Three Months. Bond enterprise now in the eyes of the tends to its customers and friends National Senate. writes R. E. Roberts, Homer City re4 I never think of that audience thn Pa "I have taken it off audon for with approved security will be citizens of Central Kentucky and a cordial invitation to call and be to quired, bearing interest nt the I addressed on that day without see years and it has never failed the mountains and one that would thru its estab U hment any STOP THE PAINi For rate of 6 per cent- - from date until Conover old time when it suits their con- ing his face his boyish face agaii. have the desired results." prove one of the most a'uable as kGivesQulckR6l!fj And as I have come into Kentucky, by all dealers. paid, and having the force aud efasle tOthvrRw W. L. Richvenience. Cashier sets to territory mentioned. Ukalt have met your people from time tc fect of a judgment. MT. VERNON, KY, ards and assistant V. C. Tate are time and learned to know them, am This the 24th day of Sej. tember anxious to at I have learned to know t? Ifron tRoo 11s over I5aker"& Store 191 "In urging larger appropria- readvyou all times and bank where one of those who, AMPLE "S'DROPS" FXK ON MQVEST well is one Phone 49-V after the fourth ot call at the CAM MULLINS, have FLETCHER'S FOR tions for harbors and rivers Swanson Rheumatic Cur CJ -. March, will stand by the side of Sen T Special Commissionevery De extended 1M.1M W. Lake IU CMtCAOa around New York, and a larger you will ator James in the United States Sen poition of the public building ate, and I am down here in this statf krab, the Financial Chronicle of New York says, 'New York beEXAMPLE OF SARACENIC ARCHITECTURE AT SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION-MARVEL- OUS PAKAMA-PACIFISUPERB PALACE OF HORTICULTURE PRACTICALLY COMPLETED AT longs to the nation. "Only when New York wants an t r V, .x !8 When New York appropriation. 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Internationa Exposition, ah tola, w nuge structures win do compjeiea oy ma expoamou. ui This photograph shows the beautiful Palace of Horticulture, the tenth of the exhibit palaces to be finished at the Panama-Pacifi- ML VERNON SIGNAL no IP ilB The Hm Fads For Fall IWa ZlPSs I For Hats v: iynf!tf i GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER p3qxc Brodhead $ J to-da- Cef :. rcr$&&&4tt? to-d- Work 1 OPEfS Fhortart I 1 i j ociLuraciys - 1 s 1 STUDIO ggwnii.i' TT '" 1 T n, W. UrHDETAKBR w. a. eox,i iiiNHiliiEIlll 20-hoi'- J.C.MeCLARY, 1 Rheumatism pro-prose- "It Stanford. Kv 1 x&x&jc&yc&ycJ P. H. Dentist EMS Children Cry C ASTO RIA C " 1 j?ot3v&ya&&$ y. . mismimmmB.KrTxapTPViffiVKeigKi; IIBrralllHtalllll. aWBr9!&Sfc BBBBBBBBBBBBBBV JL. i-- .a. . V tL .k c: . Lmsfm .V-W-'nm- lmml ?(... v 5 - rJUV. rrw-- wr , rw . , - ,vt - bbbbbbbbbbbw- BBBBBBBBBBBK A i r - . ..- - jwjm. thit-ii- - . afv. - .j...-- . ; -- "-. '0-- - T4?iBB .(- . - PXO, - . -- 5T"-- s- ,,-- Siixivissm -- c ........ g t JOHN HENRY WILSON John Henry Wilson, Independent candidate for Congress, is enthusiastic over his chances of victory at the polls in the coming His name November election. will appear under his own picture addition to the mganlficent pavilions of the participating nations and the buildings of the states and the great concessions buildings in "The Zone." building, in tno The photograph was taken In the South Gardens, which lie between the central group of exposition palaces and the exposition fence, and the photographer was looking west toward the main approach to the Immediate foreground Is seen the location of a great lagoon, where tho classic outlines of the palace will be reflected. r The most striking feature of the palace is its great glass dome. The architects of the building turned back the pages of history to the days of the Saracens for their inspiration, the domes and minarets of the Palace aad.j of most of the architectural marvels of the Levant. Jhe details to the famous mosque of the Sultan Ahmed I, which was based upon the celebrated dome crowning the Byzantine mosque of St. Sophia, the mother . ornaments of the many smaller domes and trellis work give an eighteenth century Renaissance effect, the minor garden architecture being of the period of Louis XIV of France. glass dome of the Palace of Horticulture is said by engineers to be the largest hemispherical dome in the world, being 185.5 feet in height and 152 feet in diameter. An Idea of the magnitude of this dome may be fcafl The capitol. when It is compared with some of the most famous domes now In existence. The diameter of the Pantheon of Rome is 142 feet; that of the Duomo of Santa Maria del Flore at Florence. J33 feet; the United States square feet of ground 139 feet In diameter. The ether dimensions of the Palace of Horticulture are equally imposing, the building covering 223.CO0 D. C. 135 W&shlneton. feet: while the famous dome of SL Peter's at Rome Is as against 62,000 feet covered, by the moaquo of St. Sophia, The building wu erected at a coat of ?341j000. Thla panorama waa taken late inAugust. The exposition wUl open February 20juid. close December 4, 1915 being-simila- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. Oct. 23.1514 Root foi Boone Way Beckham. Monday New Fall Neckwear at Fibh's. Something new every day at Fish's. There is a Big Pumpkin Show on at Fish's. Gov. J. C. W. Beckham THE STANDARD BEARER IN THE STATE iMiitaaiHii The New Idea in Comfort A union suit with closed crotch. Think of it. No more discomfort; no seam or opening through the crotch, but knitted, closed like a pair of drawers. A union suit that fits smoothly all over and is entirely comfortable at every point This is the new patented 79 up "No. 70" wnen wan toCommunl cate wltli SIGNAL 79 J irl Get into a striped Jersey Lou is v LLC Nashville sweater at Fish's to day. You can nearly always tell one TIME TABLE. by the 5.04 p m of Fish's $15 special suits 22 ncrth &. lxH i 1 Monday 26th, Beckham day at Mt. Vernon. Be heie. Vi I c 1 I A f B I R R Co, FT 11 I I I I : I 24 uortn J3 south South 21 m am 11:3) 12:19 am Tic T.AMnRnm. , Aeent. ,..w. -- . 353 a htie' High Top Lace Boots in Black and Tan lor men and boys at . Fish's. The chettnut crop from Rock- castle to North Carolina is great this season. Only fetna e operatots will be used by Mt. Vernon Telephone Co., iu future. The late freshet carried f.way fodder and fencing on Renfros and Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice as stcond.cia.s8 mail matter. ( J RA ff 1 I f IV I j )SPE We shall be very glad to show it to you because we know it is the most satisfactory garment you can buy. All weights, All prices, $1.00 and up. BH M "We Stand Whnt The By You Buy. Home of Good Clothes PERS01 AL Halloween just a week from morrow night. was home Miss Amy Proctor during the week. Otto Rejnolds was home from Danville yesterday. .1. V. Sainms was up from Livingston this morning. Willie Adams is home for a few days from Coleshurg. Paul Griffin of near Quail, was in town yesterday on business. Jodie Meece was in from Level Gree 1 neighborhood Monday. I. A. Bowman, better known as "Daniel Boone" is in Livingston to- other creeks. The big sale of lots at Anville, the i.ew town in Jackson County, on 2 1st was a success. Coopers Uniou Keiiosha-Klosed-Krotch Suits -- the comfortable kind your size at Fish's. Corn display at Fish's store. Bring in your best tars and have Democratic J. .. VV. BECKHAM, Norn nee fo r United States Senator. Mrs. T. W. Proctor died at Brod-head Tuesday and was buried at the family burying ground near! Quail Wednesday. She was a member ct the Church at Provi-- ! dence and leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss She was the mother of our fallow townsman S. T. Proctor and Mrs. , Whetldon, wife of C. the barber. Wht-eldon- I t5$Y frSaB?Vk AirTl & t"-rr fir57TSht$veM Kilrf j57,mtr jCOVN$ j APPLY SLOAN 'S FREELY Foil LUM BAGO. them placed in the window. ! I , very heart of the retail (hopping ditnctand Beckham tell it to the boys. near all the theatre. Mrs. 1. D. Mullins and child- Gov. with you. Fineit Cafs in Louitvilla, with moderate ren spent Sunday and Monday Bring a hand or two pricei. No place demonstrates more ot Mt. Ver- Maret, Club Breakfast from 25c up; noon day A train of eight wagons came in with Mr. ard Mrs. Rovy Mullins clearly the stand together policy Lunch 50c; table dr hole Dinner, 6 to 8 p. m- $ 00. Also elaborate a la carte service Satutday from Skeggs Creek loadat Dudley. llan 0UI town' especially when un HOP! IVLan ViCG-Pr6- S in Restaurant. Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to a. m. after ed with "Kentucky's best" coal alarm of five is given. Onr place Miss Sallye Reynolds, Orchestral and vocal music. count of the youngsis without fire protection and s lending a tew days with home-folk- s crops of irish potatoes ROOM PRICES Late ter and then let him returned to school in Rica-mon- d hav j lowered the price of that James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, everyone here seems to appreciate With running water and Tuesday. private toilet $1 per day build alued product to GS to 80 cents Ky., and one of the first men to the sil nation and at the first call up himself boom Boonway, was elected With private bath $1.50 all rush to the scene of trouble Brock of London, was per bushel in the cities. Dr. O. D. up to $3.00 par day take Some of the Southern Appala- with buckets, ladders etc. There here Wednesday to see little The Mt Vernon Fair Associa-ciatic- n Large sample rtomi chian Good Roads Assoc. mion, are some valiant fire fighters in Every man. according to our pleasure in saving Dorothy Albright who is threatwith priata bath $2.50 cleared about $400.00 this which closed its session at Bristol to $3.50 per day. our town who retain their head constitution and laws, should be ened with fever. year which will cut down the in- last Friday. Rockcastle others in spending and aud faculties and render greut ser- accorded a 'air trial- - before conYou are cordially invited to make this Jndge J. W. Brown, S. C debtedness considerably. hotel your headauarters while in Louisville Laurel counties are taking an ac- vice in emergencies yet situations demnation. The late mysterious all depends how even if only for a day. Have your Franklin and son and the editor Coun Display. L. T. Stewart tive interest in Booneway aud sent and pacicaKes addressed here. You wi water-wotkincipient fires should have full inarie, on account of hick of always be a welcome guest. attended Masonic Grand Lodge at has added some ears of white Dent representatives to this convention. them off you ROBERT B. JONES. Manager. where no man or men can vestigation before rendering judgthe week. Louisville during seed corn, of highest grade tojhe Harlan also had a representative do what could be done if we had ment. There has' been many fires Suppose yourself Jim Carter, engineer of the Mt. show window of J. Fish & Son. in the person of Mr. Will Ward fire protection in way of water- in our town heretofore, a n mber you open an account lor Vernon Power plant was in Louisyour Duffield. So far as we know there works: This subject will be taken of them baine "mysterious," Do your boy here I He will When you men change Stuck-U- p ville first of week. Logan Bryant was uo representative from Bell up by the citizens and Commer- justice. Iieve guaranteed security underwear tn Coopers filled his place while away. Suits at county. It was very important cial Club aud tbresheJ out soon. Union ard get a liberal interest Tonkd Up Whole System. George Proctor spent Monday Fish's. They feel better and wear that Bell should have had a repre m. cr as well. "aTam Winchester with his brother better. sentative at this meeting, but Fire Alarms. When a fire is "Chamberlain's Tablets have nevertheless her leading citizens discovered, at any point in town, done more for me than I ever darRussel and while there he attended Big Tuiunps. Armp Lair tells intend to see she has good tp PTir Parson Wild West show. roads get to nearest telephone quickly ed hope for,' writes Mrs. Esther Spencerport, N. Y. like fifty before another decade. Three and notify "central". us he raised something Central Mae Baker, Emmit Brvant, the efficient mshels cf turnips this season and Make a Deposit with us today of these "I used several bottle will then telephone the alarm tablets a few months ago. They States. Hill for the L. & N. agent at Pine quite a number of them weigh When not only curek me of bilisus atKEEP your stomach and UvEu thruout the town. is at home for a few days rest. four pounds each. (alarm isgiven, subscribers should tacks, sick headaches and that Albert Powell of East Bernstadt out feeling, but toned up The music for the Mt. Vernon A vigorous Stomach, pertectj not immediately rirg in for cen tiredwhole system." For sale by is working for him. my Fair next year will be furnished workmg Liver and regular acting tral except as above, as when so Tack Wood of Wildie, will leave all dealers. by one of the best bands in the Bowels is guaranteed if you will many of them ring in about the Sunday for Ashville, N. C. on acuse Dr. King's New Lite Pills. nniiivj ,jmn :, :c ;,rw,cC;wilj , .. j 111 I ivj tlz. a u His father, South and the arrangements have count of his health. Sheriff J. B. Jones came here are best noticed nowadays already been made. to aUSr them If subn ev- - P runt nonsiiimtion iw h,iv H Wood, will accompany him H from Somerset Monday to su m on tbe walls of the rooms Old Cull Is arranging to run a cellenr tonic effect on the whole! senbers would just place receiver mons a special Venire of 50 men for a few days stay. Purify your blood aud to their ears and listen they could where our new Wall Pap111 Dark system try John Dunn, a Mr and Mrs. E. R. Gentry, 'simmon beer distillery Jonas McKenzie no you 01 an oouy poisons tnrougii get desired information by hear- - to get a Jury to ers have been used They President Mrs. Bessie McClure, Miss Sallio Hollow if the rossums dont eat up the Bowels Only 25c. s'j your ing the "cross talk" ot opeaator prominent citizen ot Pulaski, who staying up Druggist represent the very latest in U. Davis, A. B. Furn- all the fruit. He is is being tried this week in the Pu Reynolds, C. in telling others about the location Wall Paper designs and CoCourt on a charge of ish were among those who spent nights fighting the grinners off. Geo. S. Griffin, Fhe Christian Eudeavor Society ; of lire. If after listening awhile laski Circuit ni lorings. We have some exThe following are those week in Louisville. perjury part of the road to be has been reorganized and meets you don't hear "central" talking The first concrete clusive patterns for Parlors. and went to Mrs. W. R. Dillion of London, built in Kentucky was deJicaled every Sunday evening at 6:3o at then vou can ring in and ask for who were summoned W.L.Richards, Reception - Rooms, Dining-RoomSomerset Mondav afternoon: Mrs. Toe Coffey of Stanford, Mrs. Tuesday afternoon. This road the Christian church. S. F. information. Cashier s and Neal Parrett, Fred Hayse, Julia Ballard and Mrs G. M. Bal- leads out of the city of Louisville Bowman will be leader for uext Halls. You save money by Jonas McKenzie, Loglard, Mrs. Cook of Cove, and Mas- and is what is knowu as the Bards-tow- n Sunday evening. You and your Victor C Tate, When the chest feels on fire buving here. an Sowder, W. N. Thompson, Asst-C- a shier Shelby Coffev of Frankfort, ter and the throat burns, you have road. friends ere invited to come. Wilse Carpenter. C. H. Mullins inrlicrpctimi ntifl vrm npiJf the home ot were entertained at . . UT?ilo flrnitQ o.hto Jii l,i owm . Opposite Court House, v.u. aii.c I.- - ii,a onir.o tliNli to get tjfj. 0, tne aisagree-corn- , Fritz Krueger, C K. Carinical, J. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sparks yesterJim Winstead and Squire Kin-le- y ot the Blackburn variety, , able feeling, it drives out badly C. Lawrence. Tom Proctor. Tom have sold their slock of grocerday. food, strengthens the French, G. N. Treadwav, grown on huckleberry ground this Alex Alln, J. ies to Jack Burke who will con- year; many of the ears are 12 jjigested D. Edgar Mesdames purines me ooweis. Alten, Mitchell Cummins, Bill stoinacnanu T Meadows, R. B. Mullins, Misses tinue the business at the same inches each in length. Some oi fnce ooc btcl oy John Kobins, C. fR. Payne, Payne. Josiah Nora Parrett, Jessie May Brown, stand. Mr. Kiulev has not yet our Mt. Vernon Mibsourians are Brodhead Ky Frank Mullins, H - Mul Mtece, Bess Hamlin, Roberta and Rvda decided what be will do. A valuable dressing foe flesh lins, I Mr. G. watting to be shown. N RICHMOND, KY. J. J. Gentry, H. C. Gentry, Pnrcell. Messrs D C. Craig, Will wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, claims for his corn its great adapt A. Bowman, W. T. Davis, A.W. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Ballard, Will Langford, and MasDemorrats, Republicans, Pro ability to thin land and sits su rash, chafed skin, is Ballard's I. jfi!$yp! Hal J Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Adams, S. B. McKenz:e, Harve healSnow Liniment, it is both ter Benjamin Mujlins attended gressives, Prohibitionists and mom perior quality of meal product. State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kening and antiseptic Price 25c, Bowmau, Ed Deatherage, O P tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Brodhead bers of all other parties and varhe trevival services at Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, ank $1 00 per bottle. Sold by John Bostic, A. C. Sowder, J C. Payne school, new manual training building, practice Tuesday evening. ious beliefs are invited to hear an J. Fish & Son offer $2. in mer- Robins, Brodhead, Ky. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Alfred Bryaat, Roy Britton, Joe intelectual treat here Monday. chandise for the largest and gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins Roberts, Bill Buker, H? L. Cox, J. September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third Term heavier pumpkin brought to their Come and hear Beckham. LOCAL January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens L. Norton, W. T. Proctor, A. Q. June 14, Catalogue Free. j. o. crabbe, Pre!dent. store by Saturday, Oct 31st 1914. The Largest Stock of Fire Alarm. Continued short Payne, Willis Allen. D. B. Lang-forYe Editor and most of his lamily blasts of Power Plant whistle is a All pumpkins entered in this conW. A Falin, G. F. Winstead THE PAMOUS are on the sick list this week and fire alarm. When you hear it test must be perfctly sound and McKenzie, G. N. Bray, J . J. Joe m) v C. McCall, A. H. Hamlin. Tom Franthe paper is being edited by the take down your telephone receiver must be on display in Fish's winATTORNEY-AT-LAcisco, and Wm. Arnold. The and ever faithful J. M., office force and listen to learn of location of dow by Saturday, Oct 131st. and following are the ones accepted as MT. VERNON. KY. Will Fish the "coiner" man also fire Three short blasts, later in remain there for at .least thirty as Jurors and are now trving the will be weighed and rendered excellent service. On 2nd-- , floor fo case: dicates that the fire has been sub- days. They cxitsHe TheBankofMt.Vernon.on Church prizes awarded at 2 3o p. m. Satspread no further. Joe Roberts, G. N. Bray, F. dued street. Special attention givou urday, Nov. 7th. Krueger, Neal Parrett, Alex Allen S. C. Franklin, L. & N. watch nBnnnW5itfci? nP"SSnn o collections. Ed Payne.-LogaSowder, C, R. TACK JENNETT inspector, who glories in "souveTickling the throat, horseness, Phone N0.80. W. Treadway, Bill Deatherage. Gr nirs," old relics and "hoss pistols" Col. Jim Richardson's Glasgow loss of voice, indicate the need of Lawrence, M. G McPayne, J. C. slipt around the hunters among Times has made the discovery Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Kinney. It eaees the lungs; quiets cough the "rubbish of the temple" after that Andrew Jack and Adelle Mount Vernon Monumental and restores health in the bronchial the changes and additions were married in Memphis last tubes. Prices 25c, 5oc aud $l.oo It your child starts in its sleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, made at the Bank of Mt Vernon week, and that "the usual head- per bottle. Sold by John Robins, IRKS picks at the nose, has a bad breath last week and secured for 25 cents line was omitted in the mar- Brodhead, Ky. It has the only real continuous fickles appetite, pale complexion, the original cash drawers which riage notice." MemSome IN door opening. of and and dark rings undr the eyes; it was placed in that icstitution on phis copy reader should have been ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Hoops made of tested steel. has worms; and as long as they re- IVIDEALEK in Marbles ana Hoops can be adjusted from ladits establishment in 1900 and used fired for overlooking such a glo main in the intestines, that child Is Shown By Monuments of all der front door frame. continuously since that date. It rious opportunity. will be sickly. WHITE'S Cream Granite Doors made of California RedVermifuge clears out the worms, kinds. Por Infants and Children, . Estimates furnished was made by Mack Estt.s. Aswood, "The Wood Eternal." strengthens the stomach and bowThe location of our factory gives u The Kind You Have Always Bought sistant Cashier V. C. Tate was application. J lowest freight fiom mills to factory, and from facels and puts the little one on the on tory to you. Gtt a htttir Silt and Sav memty by consulted by the writer and was road to health and cheerfulness. Sears the FOR FLETCHER'S fot catalog and prices. writing us GEO. OWENS Propr. told that $3,112,890.15 has past LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by John Signature THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. locoxvoniedi Pone 112 ' Robins, Brodhead, Ky. thru the cash drawer. immii '.laMtF. this week on business. The post office at Robinet, in eastern part ot the county will be discontinued after Oct. 31st. Come in Monday next to hear Rockcastle citizens at Mt. Vernon, afternoon, October 26, at 1 o'clock. will address Monday Jas, vice-preside- nt Your attacks of Lumbago are not nearly so hopeless as they seem. You can relieve them al most Instantly by a simple application of Sloan's Liniment on the back and loins. Lumbago is a and yields lorm of rheumatism, perfectly to Sloan's which penetrates quickly all in through the sore, tender muscles, limber up the back and makes it feel fine. Get a bottle or" Sloan' s Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the houseagainst colds, sore and swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your money back if not satisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. sS--x- i LOUISVILLE. KY. Hotel Henry Watterson hotel. A Really Good Boost The South's most popular priced, modern Absolutely lituated in the fire-proo- f; - I for a boy's bank account would be a ten-spIt is a good plan to start the ac- I it boys s, 3 It start Kenosha-Klosed-Krotc- h IWHgi Styles I th-healt- a. i. .a .a . J 11 a a. The Bank of Mt, Vernon - Vice-Presi- ae I i s, M.G-McKinne- Bed-Room- ,. . i- . . c.c. COX, T- In TfiWbRiM rr new-mode- l iSnClllbi' Snniiiiiinj d, I O' Bryan Williams, W, flS-OFFIC- E.- or-w- ill n Jen-nettwe- re Overalls CASTORIA Children Cry CASTORIA &&& r .S Manufacturer? to-d- OU R LINER GOES DOWN Fourth American Road Congress Great Children Cry for Fletcher's Money-Savin- g ROYAL. 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VERNON SIGNAL $ PEOPLRS Governor McCreary has named delegates to represent the state at the Fourth Amfiiirsin Ronn Cnn- gress which will be held at Atlnn Wireless ay 120 8tare at Death-M- any ta, Ga , during the week of Women and Children Are Aboard the Liner Cobequld. 9th. According to delegations have been named for The Kind. You Have Always Bought, and which has been Western Newspaper Union News Service. and preparin use lor over SO years, has borne the signature of cry for most of the states Halifax, N. S. A wireless and has been made under his per-son- nl help from the Royal Mail steamer ations are being made for an unsupervision since its infancy. Cobequid, fast on the dreaded ledges precedented attendance. Allow no one to deceive you in this. of Grand Manan, followed later by a ." All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are hut The problems of city street confinal flicker of her radio saying that Experiments that triflu with and endanger the health ol struction and maintenance will the ship was filling rapidly, has caused Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. grave concern for the 120 persons on this year receive exceptional as board. There are women and chil- the construction of high class dren aboard. The Cobequid was bound roads now approximates the meth for St Jjhn, N. B., from the British Castorht is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare West Indies, in command of Capt. ods adopted for street paving. gori, Drtps and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It Hawson, completing her first round Among the prominent city engi contains iieither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotio trip over this route. She had a crew substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms neers who will discuss this sub of 102 juen, a number of second-clas- s For more than thirty years it and allays passengers and five ject are Charles E Boiling, Cit lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, faApproaching the Bay of Fundy, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Engineer of Richmond, Va ; F. L mous for its swift tides and mountainDiarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, ous seas, a blizzard descended upon Ford City Engineer of New Have: assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cit Engi the steamer with appalling fury and Coun.;L. D Smont, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. suddenness. neer of Jacksonville, Fla : John The Cobequid formerly was the Weathorly, Street Commissioner GENUINE ALWAYS r.teamer Goth, and had been pressed into the winter service from maritime of Birmingham, Ala.; and G. S. Bears the Signature of provinces to the tropics. She sailed Brown, City Engineer of Charles from Halifax on December 5 for West ton, W. Va. Indian ports, and started north again Many ditncuities nave arisen in on December 30, from Grenada. She on the 9th and then connection with contract work in called at Bermuda cleared for St. John. the construction of bridges am highway? and it is expected tha OUTLAWS CAUGHT the Congress will devote much attention to ways and means of itn proving the methods and conditYears In Use For Over TO BE PUBLICLY EXECUTED IN ions under which contract work THE CeNTAUR COMAMV M g W VO K CITY. is being done. The opening JUAREZ AMERICANS INVITED paper at the special session will be TO WITNESS KILLING. presented by John J. Ryan, Sec j retary of the New York State." Bandit Castillo and His Gang Captured Road Builders Association. at a Ranch Accused of Causing Colleges and universities will Horror. Train take an active part in a session to Western Newspaper Union News Service be devoted to ways and means cf El Paso, Texas. Maximo Castillo furthering and improving the and his band of outlaws were captured at Gaballn ranch by a detachment of courses of instruction in highway rebel soldiers, under command o' engineering at .educational instituMaj. Samaniego, who came up fron tions. Dr. Hector J. Hughes, El Vallez, according to a repor Professor of Civil Engineering ai brought by courier. The whole bant will be brought to Casas Grandes, it b Harvard University; Prof. E. J. stated. Gen. Castillo was prevlouslj McCausland, Dean of Engineering reported to be hiding in the vicinity of the University of Missouri: the ranch and constitutionalist solProf. C. M. Strahan, Dean of diers from Madera, Pearson, Casas o Grandes and El Valie have been pur Engineering, University CO suing him. When Gen. Villa heard of Georgia; and Dr. E. P. Matheaon, the capture he said: Georgia School ol "I hope it is true. If it Is the entire President promiifent band will be brought to Juarez and Technology, will be publicly executed. Every American figures in the technical discus I Nc-vem- i wIvS55SSSS5SSSR Just-as-good- What is CASTORIA Feve-rishness- . first-clas- s. CASTORIA C&zstyy cucJUm. W The KM You Have Always Bought 30 i i WHEN YOU WANT Genera! Merchandise i .' Farm Implements TO 1 of-th- e $ BANK TERSE TELEGRAMS and every citizen of Mexico will be vited to attend the execution." MOB ATTACKS JAPANESE in- sion. JONAS !McKENZlE THE OLD A Straw will Show the ! Way $ $ t $ the Wind Blows Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the PEOPLES BANK $ $ $ SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. AMPLE RESOURCES Every Banking Facility $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ TF you have KABO "The lira Mote CORSET Style COM is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at rubber gore in bottom of back section.a Has very low bust and long skirt. Is very lightly koned. Has front Si!p- - B?,ck wires havc f eatherbone at Pain 0f 8uPPrtera- s2moS32lI'ee 9H-inc- h money carefully in buying your clothes, ycfu can least afford to economize in getting your , corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comvip-to-d- ate to spend your frontier. During the German bombardment of Malines the painting by Rubens, representing the "miraculous draft of flahes," was destroyed. It hung in the church of Notre Dame. Mrs. Helen D. Longstreet, widow of General Longstreet of the Confederate army, has filed a petition in bankruptcy, giving her assets as $16,200 and her liabilities as $22,236. The new federal net weight amendment to the pure food laws is now In effect The law provides that all containers shall be marked with the net weight on the outside of the package. Department of justice officials say that criminal action against certain New Haven directors is practically certain to be undertaken before the federal grand jury at New York some time this month. Official German reports say that the fighting at Allenstein has resulted In a complete rout of the Russians. Three Russian army corps, says Germany's war office, or approximately 120,000 men, were killed outright. Seventy thousand Russians were taken championship from Maurice E. Mc Loughlin of San Francisco, the title holder. A member of the Austrian general staff and a passenger who accompanied him in an aeroplane were killed when their machine fell on the Austro-Russia- Fire In the village of Etna Green near Warsaw, Ind., destroyed riearlj all the houses in the northern part o.' the town at a loss of $100,000. A dispatch from Ostei.a says the German governor of Brussels has or dered the expulsion of the British residents within twenty-fou- r hours. R. Norris Williams II., of Philader phia, won the national lawn tennis HOUSE. Tokyo. A riotous mob attacked the Japanese house of parliament. It wa driven back by the police only aftei the entrance gates had been brokei down and scores of persons Injured The rioting followed a big mass meet ing at which resolutions were adoptei to impeach the cabinet for its attitud in connection with the graft charge against Japanese naval officers, set eral of. whom are accused of having re celved commissions for influencing th awarding of admiralty contracts in fa vor of a German firm. DESTROYER BREAKS RECORD. Why Not Publish It? When you want a fact to become generally known, the right way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and freqdent headaches. She writes "I feel it mv duty to tell others-wha- t Champerlain's Tablets havi done forme. The have helped mj digestion and regulated my bow els. Since using them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. RELIABLE Chas. Mt .Vernon 1rhac a-- C ""'" rntic Mt. Vernon Ky. DRUGS No- - is C Davis Ky. My Phone (39) thirty-nin- e. n HOPEWELL Mrs. Jack Murray of this place We open shop at 7 of clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. Washington. A new record for long spent Saturday with Mrs. Joe distance steaming has been establish Hamra of Level Green Mrs ed by the new torpedo boat destroye Hamm is seriously ill with conAlwyn, which reported to the Navy Di partment the completion of the l,40t sumption and is not expected to mile voyage from Newport, R. I., U live but a short time. John and Guantanamo, Cuba, In 69 hours. Tht destroyer is commanded by Lieuten ind Leonard Kirby spent Sunday ant Commander Palmer, until recentlj with their sister, Mrs. Mary Araid to the Secretary of the Navy. Carmical went to nold. Rev. Somerset Monday on business. FIVE REPORTED New Orleans, five welcome in our during our shop want to sell you want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't Let us show you. DROWNED. La. It Is reporte-tha- t persons were drowned Wiethe river packet Gem burned in th Mississippi river at Hahnville, 40 mile up the river. A tel. jhone message from Frederick Ketcl lm, who said he was a mate on tl Jem, said the identity or exact nun Der of those drowned could not be d termined. long-distanc- e OREGON GOVERNOR ARRESTED. FLYING MACHINES COLLIDE. Johannisthal, Germany. A midair collision between a biplane and a monoplane over the aerodrome here caused the death of one German aviator and serious injuries to two others. Gerhard Sedlmayer, an experienced airman, was flying his biplane, carrying as his passenger Lieut. Leonhardt, of the German army. Both machines fell, and when the men were extracted from the wreckage It was found that Degner was dead and the other two ju gravely hurt. HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED Portland, Ore. Gov. Oswald West, Secretary of State Ben Olcott and State Treasurer Thomas B. Kay were nominally arrested on warrrants issued at the instance of Labor Commissioner O. P. Hoff, to test the eight-houday as affecting all employes ol the state institutions over which the three state officers, as a state board, have control. "The governor is exempt from arrest under the constitution but in a conference with the labor commissioner he waived his exemption in order to have a final test of the law. GREAT HUMAN WA8TE. r fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. Many recoveries I Price $3.00 For bale by A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM Offices &. LEWIS Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldg. Will practice jn all the Courts. CASTORIA Cry Children FLETCHER'S FOR Children Ory FLETCHERS FOR Pine-Ta- r Honey. It strengthens the Lungs, checks the CoPgh and gives relief at once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gaies, N. C. writes: "I Honey in used Dr. Bell's Pine-Ta- r a case given up as hopeless and it effected a complete cure." Get a boitleof Dr. Bell's If your cough is dr and hacking let it trickle down the throat, you will surely get relief Only 25c at vour Druggist. Pine-Tar-Honey. Troubles are due from Lung to Dr. Bell's CASTORIA CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR sold Cardui for years. He knows what like it. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr. in . .eft side. Th octor was called in, asd his treat- - it will do. Ask him. He will recoa-mead- k. POLICY KING DIES IN POVERTY. King's New Discovery and keep it family Cough in the house. "Our Begia takiag Cardui today. me- eved me for a while, but I was New York. Harry Delamotta, once and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis Write y bed again. After Advbav to: fTiittiinmji vuuto. r-- i.i a millionaire, policy king, died alore Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio. Chatuaeeo. fee SeedaM and penniless. Money back if not satisfied, but it -- oo. fcr Wmms," mm Ja Ma n nearly always helps, Sofia, Bulgaria, A striking lllustra-iloof the terrific human waste in war s furnished by the census just taken of the new Bulgarian territories ac- YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENquired by conquest The male popuTION lation of that portion of Macedonia allotted to Bulgaria was reduced during No use to fuss and try tD wear hostilities from 175,000 to 42,506. In xi out. It will will wear you out Bulgarian Thrace only 225,000 males instead. Take Dr. King's New remain out of a total before the war Discovery, relief follow j quickly. of 494,00,0, while In the district o' checks your Cold and Soothes Mustapha Pasha, where fighting waged your Cough away. Pleasant, long and fiercely, only 4,000 males are and Healing. Children left out of 33,'000. n The chestnut crop is very good iis this section this year and the C. markets are overstocked with making is the them. Sorgrum Vernon order of the day in this neighbor hood. Rev. Carmical will begin a series of meeting at Line Creek-nex- t Saturday - Miss Isabell Ping accompanied bv Mrs Robert Harmon and daughter Clara spem Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Mrs. MaryPiugat Walnut Grove The people in this part can't complain of dry weather any mort for it rained every dav last wee I eqceptone. Mrs Sarah Hank her of Hazel Patch is daughter Mrs. Frat k Kirby at (.louse will this place. Rev. preach at Hopewell Saturday and After Four Years of Discouraging I had gotten so weak I could not stand, Sunday. M is. David Stokes and and I gave up in despair. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock GaYt Mr. Columbus and wif- of Jellico At last, my husband got me a bottle of Tenn., are visiting r.ltves at Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 comLulie Payne ol this place. Mi menced taking it. From the very first this place has retured home from Came to Rescue. spending several days with dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1 after friends at Corbin. can now walk two miles without its CHAS. DAVIS Mt. Ky. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE - In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Catron, Ky. writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up ia despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped this time, 1 could only sit up for a little more than a million women, ia its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has It An-ticept- ic rt. T. .F -- - 0