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VERNON, Established 1887 NUMBER 4 lMMi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY NOV. 27, 1914 in daily use by the traveling public; A be used f some miles open culverts were bridged. All that it lacks is the construction of one or two bridges, mecadamizing, and the grading of the three miles mentioned, to have a first-clashighway between the points mentioned. Some of th? grading cost the railroad compaiy at the rate of 40,000 a mile. The campaign workers will be at Barbourville, Friday and Friday night, speak at Pineville, 1 p.m , Saturday and Middlesboro at 7 p.m., sam day. The enthu.shsra shown by the people along Boone Way route is most gratifying to the workers and to the KentuckyJGood Roads Boone Way maps Associatio 1. s i f i Jrrf i Jr. i l ggz pasKjQivflirvis fronvihe Boone Way Campaign South East Kentucky. a R. E. Wood, of the Kentucky Good Road Association, accom p.niied by Jame Maret the original Boone Way Hootef7 of this 7t SMLOlm .' place, left here Tuesday to push the campaign in South East Kentucky. Tuesday night they n:et with the Commercial Club at Lon-do- n and had speaking at the court housa Wednesday There were good Loosters present at loth nickelings; m.ong thein were E.A. Pollard, T. J. Mo etj, W. 11. Poyn ." i ter. H. V. Pennington, R. Boyd, E. V. Hacknc y, Clarenc2 .J. bip-plI W. R. Hackney) W. C. Kehr, and literature were distributed J. B. Eberlem, Judge Brown and along the route. J W. Ftltner, who gladly joined W. H Poynter and E. A. Polthe Slate Good Roads Associa- lard, ct London, are enthusiastic tion and enlisted in the fiht to boosters. colors-effectivpush Laurel to the front in the Among the live wires at Corbin work of constructing Boone Way is J. J. Price, Dr. T. H. Parker through the county. The memand James Downing. The whole bership is expected to be increasbunch for that matter are right ed to forty working boosters. onto the job. Tlioy intend to pre secule a camare descriptive of the new Fall styles. paign throughout the county and Best Cough Medicine FOR The colors are soft and subdued, andmost have the Fiscal Court take action Children. often the dark tones of blue, brown, grey and in the matter similar to that of the "Three years ago when I was green. And because the dark tones lead, black Rockcastle Magistrates. living in Pittsburgh one of my is especially good. meet- children had a hard cold and The cunpaigners held a Upon the The materials include many beautiful and! ing with the Cor iin Commercial coughed dreadfully. advice of a druggist I purchased a unique mixtures, some smooth in finish, some Club Wednesday night when the bottle of Chamberlain's Cough rough checks and plaids, zibelines, wool ratine go-pof good roads and the Remedy and it benefited him at and wool crepe, soft broadcloths and velvets, manlier of securing state aid was once. I find it the best cough duvetynes, wonderful plush and fur fabrics.1 i K5sr?r0flM delivered and described to eager medicine for children because it is Many of the smartest models are finished with cord and tassel dnaments. Fur bands and' aud attentive listeners. Ten of pleasant to take They do no obedgings form a trimming for the progressive citizens joined the ject to taking it," writes Mrs La many a coat ane1 suit. Association whose mission was fayette Tuck. Homer noCity. Pa. opium or This remedy contains explained to be an organization other narcotit. and my be given to All those materinls and rnlnrc atv xeM rpnm sented in our Bischof line of coats and suits.) with headquarters at Louisville a child as confidently as to an Come in and examine the new materials see whose aim and purpose was the adult Sold by all dealers. how delightfully soft and yet how warm theyt dissemination of information in all are, what practical winter garments they make. the counties of the state on the RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT If you have heretofore found it difficult to secure subject of state aid and it man brodheaeTlodge. I. O. O. F. a becoming color, let us prove to you that this season's colors are exceptionally easy to wear. tier of working. The list of the Corbin live wiles who est their Whereas the Grand Master of Don't put off getting your new winter clothes lot with the Kentucky Good Road the universe has seen fit in His styles begin to get old, Lead the style jintil the Association and the Boone Way wisdom to call Bro. George Capps .instead of following it. Boosters, are as follows: Dr. J. from this earthly Lodge to the 5 H. Parker, B. J. Edwards, James Grand Lodge on high eternal in Downing, James T. Nelson, W the heavens Therefore be it H Candler, T. J. Ballard, L. J. Resolved: That in his death Ballard, Chas. E Nelson, I. N. we have lost a useful and faithful Bryant and E. L. Skinner. Many member, his family a devotPd son more will add their names to the and brother, and the community roster. Everybody in Cerbin has a gooa aua useiui citizen. taken the road level. Mr. Woods That, his family and loved ones April 7, to try Jesus, His sublime deportment ai times 111 his talks, explained that there be extended the sympathy of the morningon Lawyer's View of Trial I which time he was convicted, caused His Judges even to marvel. were three ways in which state aid Lodge in their sad bereavement of The Christ at senteuced to death. At dayand His friends and followers had de can be secured: By either a bond and that we commend them to break on the same morning the serted Him in His hour of greatest issue, taxation or private sub Him who doeth all things well. From Kentucky Post. G. court reassembled to retry Him need. Singlehanded and unaided, scription, or bva combination of Commonwealth Attorney II. That, these resolutions be spread Williams, of Kenton county, de- and to determine how it could be the Gallilean peasant had bared two or all three of the plans. He on our records, a copy sent to his livered au unusual address before brought before Pilate. Within an His breast and brow to the com- further stated that when the mon- family and a copy sent to the Mt. the bible class oi the First Christ- hour thereafter He was dead be bined authority, to the insults and ey was placed in the hands of the Vernon Signal for publication. ian Church, Covington, Sunday fore the Roman Governor, Pontius outrages ot both Jerusalem and Fiscal Court the state will advance Granville Owens, morning, on "The Trial of Christ Pilate, for trial under the civil Rome. Not a single word of de- an equal amount as put up by the John Williams, Viewpoint.' law on the charge of high treason fense was aaised amid this tumult- county no matter in what manner From a Lawyer's W H. Anderson From start to finish the talk wus against Caesar. Che trial result- uous clamor, and not a word of the court raises the funds. No Committee intensely interesting Bud touched ed in a verdict of acquittal but in protest disturbed the mighty con- county, however can receive more than 2 per cent of the state road upon the illegal procedure in the stead of releasing the prisoner, as I cord of anger. Try This For Your Cough. "But before the final decree fund in one year which will be in of Christ from both the Ro the law directed, he ordered Him trial Thousands of people keep coughbefore Herod, Tetrach of was executed Pilate resolved to the neighborhood of i2,ooo and ing because unable to get the right man and Hebrew laws of that taken Gallilee. who, after another trial, apply a soothing salve to his the same amount each following remedy. Coughs are caused by time. Bron"Both civil and criminal trials during which the court mocked .bleeding conscience, tie pet- - year. It is calculated that the Inflammation of Throat and is to Tubes. What you need chial from the earliest times have cre- and brutalized the prisoner, fin- - formed a ceiemonial cleansing 5 cent tax lev ed by the late act soothe this Inflammation. Take ated a great interest," said Prose ally sent Him hack to the Roman act. Calling for a basin of water. of the legislature will be $Goo.ooo Dr. King's ISew Discovery, impeThe state furnishes netrates the delicate mucous lining, cutor Williams, "but ot all the Governor. Pilate aunounced that he washed his hands before tre per year pres-es- t Herod had failed to find the prisengineers to survey and locate raises the Phlegm and quickly remultitude saying: "I am innogreat trials of the past and none has been so intensely in oner guilty and reminded the peo- cent of the blood of this just pe.-so- roids, make plans and estimates lieves the congested membranes. bottle from your druga teresting as the criminal trial of ple who were clamoring foi the see ye to it." without cost to the counties. Get 50c. King's New Discovery gist. "Dr. life of Jesus that he himself had Where a county does not take ad- quickly and completely stopped our Savior. vantage of opportunity to secure my cough" writes J. R. Watts, first question is, Was the acquitted Him. He then proposed "The this state aid 4the 5 cent tax it Floydale, Texas. Money back if trial of the Galilem peasant a to scourge the Nazarene and re- State of Ohio, city of Tcledo, j SS. Lucas County pays into the state road fund will not satisfied, but it nearly always legal one? Did it abide strictly lease Him. This offer was scornFrank J. Cheney makes oath be used to assist in building helps with the requirements of the laws fully rejected by the Jews, who that he is senior partner of the of that time? From what I have were demanding the crucitication firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doidg roads in those counties which COMMISSIONER TERRELL studied from the various histor- of Jesus. Although Pilate could business in the City of Toledo, make application and meet the ical readings, It did not. From find no fault in the man he yielded County and State aforesaid, and conditions of the road law. These to the demands of the mob and or- that said firm will pay the sum of roads are let out by contracts Promises State Aid To Boone start to finish it was illegal. Oue Hundred Dollars for each and and bonds are required of contract Way. "The trial of Jesus was two- dered the prisoner crucified. every case of Catarrh that cannot is fold Hebrew and Roman, ecclebe cured by the use of Hall's ors . The construction under the NO AUTHORITY TO TRY. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 25, 19 14. supervision of the state and evsiastical and civil. The Hebrew Catarrh Cure. to "Herod had no legal right Mr. E- - R. Gentry, erything connected theiewith trial took place between the Great Frank J. Cheney. - try Jesus, because he had already to before me and sub must be properly carried out b Mt. Vernon, Ky., Sworn Sandhedin, consisting of 71 memscribed in my presence, this 6th contractors thereby assuring first Dear Sir- :bers A majority of these could been tried and acquitted on the day of December, A. D. 1886. A special meeting of the Fisnot convict, but could acquit. To same charge. Former jeopardy class loads. Jefferson county wiil (Seal) A. W. GleasoN, have been pleaded in bar of convict ii always required two' could Notary Public. pay into the state road luud $120,- - cal Court will not be necessary, Herod, a further prosecution, more than a majority. In those Hall's Catarrn Cure is taken in OOi'per year and can only draw but the Fiscal Court can make an therefore, had no jurisprudence ternally aud acts directly upon the out $12,000, so it is seen the rich- order at the next meeting- - saying days there was no State Attorney, nor was there any such body as a to try the offense charged against blood and mucous surfaces of the er counties will aid the less for- that thev can meet dollar for dol Send lor testimonials, tunate portions of the State. Nor did Pilate have a ; system lar the state fund in order that the modern grand jury The witnesses Jesus. Iree prosecutors recog- right to try Him again on that Corbin boosttrs are work- apportionment may be made. were the only The F. J. Cheney & Co., ToThis will nofcpreclude the couning on the plan of having Boone nized by the Hebrew law and for charge, for he had already tried ledo, Onio. a verdict of Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Way deflected from the Camp ty from receiving private sub capital crimes tuey were the exe- Him and returned Take Hall's Family Pills ft r not guilty, and as a Judge he had Ground route and brought thru scriptions to assist in meeting cutioners as well. to put Him in jeopardy uo right this place from London, thence on this appropriation from "the state. JESUS ARRESTED. twice for the same offense. Am glad to note you had a splento Grays and Barbourville. They "Jesus was arrested at midnight was the most mem"The trial put up the strong argument that did meeting and that you are Agril 6, 30 A.D., without warrant orable act of injustice recoided in the road is already graded from du shins: the work in Rockcastle I or a charge. history. At every stage, of these London to Corbin over the aban county. An engineer will be sent "Al hoigb the Hebrew law exFor Infants and Children, as soon as d trial be- trials the prisoner conducted Himpressly forbids a crimin The Kind You Have Always Bought doned roidbed of the L & N. the to make an estimate self with that commanding digniYours truly. whole distance, except possibly' possible. ing held at ni ht, in violation ot milesF It is a magnificent of the ty and majesty so well worthy of Bears the Robert C. Terrell, three that law, the Supreme Court His origin, mission and destiny. Signature of grade, six miles of which is in Commissioner of Public Roads. Jews assembled at 2 o'clock iu t he A Baker's I i iflH (W- Dozen : OR; - Style SKpw s I miii fl e, REASONS Why you should trade at U. G. BAKER'S 13 The largest Stock of castle County G-e- n I Delightfully becoming e eral Merchandise in Rock set what you want when you want it. which enables you weaves & r The righ t goods right prices square deal. the That is nice treatment and a -- t Ba ker's Way. Satisfaction or no pay 27 years experience as el buyer, together with ample cash en-ahles us to buy merchandise at the very lowest possible figure. twM&m' much-to-be-desir- ed tiffP Our overhead expenses are less than most people's . less money.' ravagance allowed in running the business. So we are enabled to " Sell the same goods for No ext- We have a clear title to handise. our store buildings, fixtures and merc- lypps. 511 HON ft McBE I We pay no interest because we borrow no money. No mortgage or notes against us. We are not compelled to sell at high prices in order to pay interest on money to run the business with. The smaller our expense account the less price the goods will cost you. We pay net, spot cash and give the benefit all to our customers . 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 value and service . 20 years ago we came io Mt Vernon, revolutionized business method?, put Mt. Vernon on the map as a bargain town and have kept her there to this good day. Thousands urer's prices. now on Sale at and below manufact- ffi,, Shoes You can buy all your winter needs in Shoes for less money . n; Ladies', Misses and Childrfor one half aud less, what you are asked for same goods elsewhere. en's Cloaks, Suits, Skirts & Waists Men's Suits from makers of finest suits like Hart, Schafner & Marks, Kirahbams, etc at leas than makOvercoats and Rain Coats at a er's prices. fraction of their real value. No matter what article you may ncd. you can always find it at Baker's and under priced . Our greatest desire is to do you all the good we can. From War Prices, Overcharging customers, Shortweip-htsanmeasurements, Lying and exaggeration, O Lord, deliver us. d CASTOR A C&vtf m y . VBr - . j -- j a ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Nov. 27. 1914 Published every Fiiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, THE COUNTRY'S WAR AGAINST THE FOOT-ANO-IO- ll DISEASE the lime and partly to remove any temptation to dig them up again and sell them. The entire farm premises are the thoroughly disinfected and no stcck allowed upon them for a period ot approximately sixty days. Appraiser Values the Herd. In order to compensate the owner f his property thus condemned in the nterest of the public welfare, an is appointed by the state to value the herd. The sum Uus fixed is divided equally between he fctate and the federal authorities the last outbreak in 190S in New England it cost the federal govern-uent- . which was then paying two birds of the appraised values, ap roxiumtely $300,000 for condenina on. slaughter and disinfection. The rssent outbreak is regarded as much lore sericiu. The inspectors engaged in this cik are equipped with a complete ubber outfit which can be thoroughl Usinfected after each exposure to in ecticn. Persons who have not the dvantage of this equipment shoulr' Igoroubly refrain from exposing them .elves to the least risk of infection s has already been said, the disease s frequently transmitted by human )eings, and it is really a crime fot ny one to gratify his curiosity at he expense of his neighbors. In ad lition to this danger there are also a umber of cases on record in which jotli children and adults have become nfected themselves. Ordinarily thr lisease Is not serious in men, bu weakly children who drink contami natcd milk suffer so severely that in few cases death has been known to esult. With adults the malady ususlly takes no more serious form than t slight eruption in the mouth similar 'o fever blisters and possibly a simi ar eruption on the hands and fingers There may be also some fever and .ausea, but there is comparatively lit 'le danger. In countries where thr lisease is prevalent many authorities believe that it is fairly general in human beings but that the consequeu disturbances in health are so slight that they are not brought to the at tention of physicians. Started in Michigan. The present outbreak originated in southern Michigan but how the germ found its way there is not yet known. It seems probable that some cattle became infected, that heir milk was sent to a creamer aiul the skim milk then returned to be fed to hogs A herd of these hogs was then shipped to Chi ago where they Infected the stock ap-irair- cattle uitimatcij eradicate the di. oase The lederal quarantines are ac CLASH companied by state and local qr.aran tines of individual infected farms From these no produce whatsoever can be sent out. In many cases chll CANADIAN GUNBOAT RAINBOW dren are not even permitted to go to WAS IN ACTION AGAINST school, and the farmer cannot drive GERMAN CRUISERS. his horses on the public highways. UNBOATS V 1" l" ' Prepared by the United States Depart$I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YSAR ment of Agriculture. Fourteen states have been quarangoverntined Advertising rates maae known on ment by the United Statesdisease for application Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio, Indiana, 1111 nols, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa nnn KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Kentucky. This disease is new to farmers of the United States, for xs 1152?: there have been only five outbreaks in the history of the country and of these the first three were unimportant tax "M' iK7 M and the two others confined to a comparatively limited area. In Europe however, it has long been a well Should known and dread scourage. It ever be permitted to establish itThe following editorial is fooin self as firmly here it would cause not Wednesday's Courier TJourual: only tremendous losses to stock but -- MEMBER OF 11 seriously interfere with the supply of meat for the people. The disease affects particularly cattle, swine and sheep. It is characterized by sores in the the mouth which make swallowing painful and frequently cause the animals to refuse all food, and by sores on the feet which cause lameness and in severe cases, occasionally result in the hoofs dropping off. The animals lose flesh with extraordinary rapidity and in the case of milk cows the milk supply is so seriously affected that it frequently dries up altogether. The first evidences of the disease are a chill followed quickly by fever, the temperature sometimes rising as high as 106 degrees Fahrenheit. Small vesicles or blisters about the size of a pea appear shortly after in the mouth and spread rapidly. As thr 'Motorists in Kentucky, save in disease advances ropy saliva hang? iavorable weather in the summer from the afflicted animals mouth which is opened and shut with f and early autumn, are Virtually peculiar smacking sound. In a shor limited to the central counties-Thes- time similar eruptidns appear on th red, tender, which counties have been explored feet, painful. are consequence swollei In and the an by nearly everyone who makes mal persists in lying down and bei' week-entours. There are many sores soon develop. The udders c motorists to whom Central Ken- milk cows are also susceptible an milking tucky is an old story, and who the sores Interfere with th n proposed improvement io 'Hoone Way,' from Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap would provide an inlet, from the roads now macadamized in the central counties, into an exceptionally picturesque section of the Kentucky No little b enefit to mountains. the counties traversed would arise from the tourist travel "lone. 'The partly famous Bluegrass regions now offers the tourist the only extensive mileage of really good roads in the state. It is a section which has had improved roads for the better part of a coitury. The limestone highways have both reflected and affected the welfare of the group of counties of which Fayette is the hub. To the heart of the highlands is but a short crow's flight from the limestone roads of the counties bordering the foothills of the Cumberlands. But the way is tortuous and torturing over the roads that exist A motor vehicle iuhit would open to the ever-icreasing stream of tourists a section which has fascinated the of motorists, but has been barred to all but the adventurous. And even to the adventurous, efforts to penetrate the mountains have often proved 'The F 1 'l f 5 - Typical Lesions on the Feet. defi-lltel- y e d would like nothing better than trips through the more ruggid sections of the Stale. 'The promoters of the improvement of Boone Way have inaugurated their missionary work at a time when the first intercounty system of good roads outside of the Bluegrass is yet to be made. The proposed improvement should awaken the interest of the people of the counties whih he between Crab Orchard and Cumberland Gap. Of course, there would be other, and greater benefits than the attraction of automobile traffic, but the money that would be distributed along the route by motorists would amount to a good deal each year, and the improve ment of acquaintanceship between the mountains and other parts of the State would be valuable to both the highlands and the lowlands,' Street, lot 100 by 200 feet, near Freight depot in Livingston, all nocessarv outbuilding-;- , concrete! .1 i ...oll.c auu uuuticic ...:li. tvuiKo inn. iiuust:, .good Cistern. There is a build iug lot in front of this property worth a good deal more than I would want ior all of it, an Ideal location for Railroad restaurant and boarding house or any kind o! business hou.e. 750. down gets possession balance in two years, I also own lot 83 by 103 feet with bouse"2o by 30 it adjioning this property which is for sale at a bar gain Reason for selling have bought other property. Now is time to buy real estate in Livingston. Write me. 1 J. W. Sams, Box 44 Livingston, Ky. 1 For b ale. My home on Main Most Contagious of Stock Plagues. Although the mortality is. except very severe outbreaks, comparative!' disease is problow, ably the most contagious of all stocl plagues. The germ which causes i is so small that it Is Invisible undo the mlscroscope and passes througl the finest filter known to science. I can be carried in anv one of a hur dred ways. In addition to direct con tact with affected animals, the discaf can be communicated by hay, straw bedding, harness, rores, In fact. an thing that has even indirectly cam animal.-Cats- , in contact with diseased dogs, and poultry have be known to carry the germ from fan. to farm, and in particular this is fre quently done by human beings Al ready in the present outbreak case are on record where the curiosity o farmers has led them to visit infected herds. On their return to their owi homes these men have giret the dis ease to their own animals. For this reason the authorities are urging up on every one the duty of refraininp from such visits and of keepinp strangers from visiting their stock. The contagiousness of the disease indeed Is such that when one anima' In a herd becomes infected It is considered useless to attempt to save the remainder of the herd. For thif reason the federal authorities have adopted the only practical method of ,an,I,lnS "t the disease, namely, the 11 V-i- y' Ropy Saliva Hanging From Mouth of Stricken Animal. swine on an infected farm. When a cas.e is discovered a deep trench is dug, the animals led into it, slaughtered their hides slashed, and the carcasses treated with quicklime and then buried under at least five feet of earth. It is advisable to slaughter the animals in the ditch itself in order that the ground may not become affected by dragging the dead bodies over it. The hides are slashed partly in order to facilitate the action of Didn't Believe in Tattling. Marjorie, a'ged four, was in the library with her father, while her mother was superintending the preparation of dinner. The attention of the head of the house was attracted by a scratching sound, and he looked up to find his daughter at work with a pair of scissors on the top of a polished table. he said, sternly, "go tell your mother what you've been doing." "I won't do it, papa," she said. "Do you think I'm a tattletale?" "Ma-rjrie,- "" "' "' "" """. "-- !' uu yards before they themselves revealed any symptoms of the disease. Once this had taken place, every shipment of stock from Chicago to other parts of the country was likely to spread the infection. For this reason federal inspectors have for some time now been engaged In tracing, by the aid of bills of lading and other railroad records, each of these shipments to its destination and Inspecting the stock there. This accounts for the discovery of cases in states as far removed from each other as Iowa and Massachusetts. The various quarantines already imposed have been designed to prevent the continued movement of cattle from Infected or suspicious places. Once these movements have been halted and all the exposed cattle brought to a standstill, It will be possible for the federal authorities to locate all suspicious casea and by the slaughter of all exposed The Oldest Handicraft. The toy industry is one of the oldest industries in the world. Tho British museum can show us a doll (with strings of mud beads for hair) and others with movable arms, with which the children of ancient Egypt played on the banks of the Nile. Jointed dolls and dolls' furniture have come down to us from the days of Greece and Rome, and we know that balls, tops and toy animals were favorite playthings at an even earlier date. A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney Judge. and bladrer troubles, removing For Sale For the man or grauel, cures c'iaoets, weak and woman who has desire to convert all irregularities of the kidneys his or her rent receipts into a and in boty men and women. home, I am offering a substantial Regulates bladder troubles in four room cottage located near children. If not sold by your graded school building in Livingsdruggist, will be sent by mail on ton, good water in yard. Will receipt of $1.00. One small bottle make tae lot large enough to suit n two months treatment, and sel- purchaser. I have two of tnese Send cottages, both for sale, lerms: dom tails to perfect a cure for testimonials from his and other 300. down, balance payable in states. t)r. E. W. Hall, 2926 two years. Write me. Sold it Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. J. W.Sams, by allDrggist. . Lhingston, Ky. Box 44 13-I4. Stock RaiEers Should Help. The chief obstacle in the way of the Portugal Votes For Intervention successful prosecution of this camChilean Neutrality Was Violated paign of Isolation and extermination By Germans. lies in the danger that there may be Alconcealed sources of infection. though the farmer receives the ap- Western Newspaper Union News Service. praised value of his herd. It is InPortland, Ore. According to an unevitable that the summary slaughter confirmed report received here the of all his stock should cause him conCanadian gunboat Rainbow was in siderable Inconvenience as well as in- action against the German cruisers Leipsiz and Nurnberg in Pacific waters several weeks ago. The date of the reported engagement and its location are not given. According to the story, which is said to have been told by an Englishman residing in Canada, the Rainbow suddenly came upon the German cruisers, and the latter immediately opened fire. The Rainbow replied and was putting up a stiff battle against great odds when the French cruiser Montcalm came to her rescue. The Montcalm opened fire on the Germans, who, alter flrinjj several more broadsides, steamed pway in the face of the Montcalm's superior armament. The Rainbow is said to have been Slaughtered Cattle In Trench Ready so badly damaged in the engagement for Burial. direct financial loss. To those who that it was necessary for the Montsan see no further ahead than this calm to tow her to the Canadian nasnd who do not realize what it would val base at Esquimault. No confirnean to the entire country if the dis- mation of this story is to be had from ease were once to gain a firm foothold here, there is a natural temptation Canadian sources. The cannonading heard off Coos c t to report fcUbpicious cases to the simply Bay several weeks ago has never been luthorities. This, however, is to cut off one's nose to spite one's satisfactorily explained, and it is 'ace. The disease cannot be stamped highly probable that those who heard out by ignoring It. The only possible the booming of guns were not misway in which .stock raistrs can save taken, and that it was the engagehemselves tremendous losses in thr ment between the little Rainbow and now with the the two German cruisers. uture is to authorities by reporting every sus Portgular Votes For Intervention. picious case of eoic mouth or lame London. The London Star has reness among their stock and by as- ceived a dispatch from Lisbon which isting in enforcing the quarantines, says that the Portuguese Congress both federal and local, which have voted the government's proposal for been declared. military intenvention in the war by Portugal. The vote, it is assumed, places Portugal on the side of the EXCELLENT POINTS allies. Chilean Neutrality Is Violated. CONCERNING SWINE Santiago, Chile. An official stateIssued by the maritime authorAlfalfa Recognized as of Greatest ment, says ities, that it has been proved Value in Hog Feeding-C- are that German warships have been violating the neutrality of Chile by stayfor Sows. ing for several days in the Juan Fernandez Islands, capturing two neutral 'By C. S. MILLER.) If you intend to plow your blue ships, seizing coal and provisions and grass and clover pastures next spring sinking the French bark Valentine a let the pigs have free range ovir them half mile distant from the Chilean coast. until the snow falls. No other feed for binall pigs ranks If POULTRY DEALER LURED DEATH as high in value as skim milk. you do not have plenty of it on your own farm." better arrange to get some New York. A second Rosenthal from a neighbor, even if it takes murder was enacted in New Yxrk in trouble to do it the shooting of Barnett Baft", wealthy In tho West alfalfa is now recog poultry dealer and implacable foe of nized as of the greatest value in the "poultry trust." Practically every hog feeding Give a brood sow plenty feature of the slaying of the gambler of cut alfalfa with a small ration ot for which four gunmen were electrocorn, say not more than two pounds per day. Mid she will come through cuted and former Police Lieutenant Charles Becker is awaiting a similar the winter in fine condition. fate, was by the gunmen, A slop made of shorts nnd hot wa every other day, Is an excel who called Baff onto the street and ter, fed shot him to death. District Attorney lent thing for brod sows. many men will tear them- - Whitman stood over the body of Baff A good just as he had stood over the body of clves fiom close proximity to a hot stove, dash out into the storm, shovel Herman Rosenthal, and in a voice with passion, he fe. bushels of corn on the ground vibrant run this gang declared that he would to earth as for their hogs, and then leave them had the slayers of the gambler. o shiver and freeze without adequate during the night. These men shelter ire the fellows who are always sure CINCINNATI MARKETS 'here is no money in hog raising. Since Doctor Moore's discovery of ihe hitheito unknown qualities o' Corn New corn is quoted as folopperas, it has been used with great juccess to preserve the health o! lows: No. 1 3white 70c, No. 2 white white 67G9c. No. 4 6970c, No. A very bmall portion, say a aogs. white 6567c, No. 1 yellow 70c, No. 2 teaspoenful in a barrel of drinking wa yellow 69070c, No. 3 yellow 6769c, er once or twice a week, is No. 4 yellow 6364c, No. 1 mixed 70c, No. 2 mixed 6870c, No. 3 mixed 66 68c, No. 4 mixed 6365c, white ear PLEASURE IN POULTRY. 6264c, yellow 6164c, mixed 6063c. FIND Hay No. 1 timothy $20, No. 2 timothy 518. No. 3 timothy $16, No. 1 clover Woman f.ay Find as Much Enjoyment mixed $18, No. 2 clover mixed $16, No. With Flock of Birds as She Does 1 clover $17, No. 2 clover $15. on Shopping Expedition. Oats No. 2 white standard 514 52c, No. 3 white 51 The woman who finds herself pos 51c, No. 4 No. 2 mixed .ested for the first time of a flock of No. 3 mixed No. 'oultn will soon learn that she ma 4 mixed spend an afternoon working with her Wheat No. 2 red $1.141.14, No. Hids and be just as much amused as 3 red $1.13g1.13. No. 4 red $1.06 f she spent her time shopping, nor 1.11. will she be nearly so tired as if she Poultry Hens, Ac. lbs and over, lbs and over, lie; under had been walking around on hard 120; 3 3 lbs, 10c; roosters, springers, sidewalks 1 lb, lb and under, Instead of being out of pocket for over 1 iiost every woman will buy things that 14c; young spring ducks, 4 lbs and 14c; lbs, she does not need if she chances to over, ducks, spring ducks, over 3 10c; 13c; white, under 3 lbs, jee them she will find that she has colored, 10c; young hen turkeys, 8 added to the possibilities for gain. lbs and over, 14 Vc; young torn turTo be out in the open air and sun keys, 14 t,c; cull turkeys 8c. chine is to see more real life than Eggs Prime firsts 35c, firsts 34c, does the woman who is always in the ordinary firsts 24c, seconds 22c. house. SQUAD OF AUSTRIAN SHOOTERS. Center of British Industry. Oakland, Cal. Three American citiWithin two or three hours by rail zens have been executed by Austrian and linked to the River Humber by officials at Cattaro, Oalmatia, accorda network of canals, live 12.000,000 ing to a received here from L. to 15,000,000 people, mostly engaged Magud, letter a priest. One of the victims in manufacturing and mining, and was a boy, son of S. largely exporting their products to Medin, of this city. The executions foreign lands and receiving from took place abroad the bulk of their raw material taro. In in the public square of Catthe letter the priest states and food supplies. Seed crushing, that while in Cattaro he witnessed the flour milling, oil refining, and the making of paints and other goods into execution of a large number of prisoners, who were suspected of being spies which these oils enter, are the special or otherwise enemies of Austria. industries of Hull, England. te -- WL UiJ"m II I I&Siny 3? g vM ByJt, j t?g gfe i5jMij BwBliiiii ! 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THE DU4TIEY SWEEPERS are made in three sizes .. .lis? Vnj,. 3-- 1 H !tP ' sssar ij"i S-rrsya S:. .Jf g wl i faB fcfe fW atic detailed inlwdUdtlba write TOO Y "&& 'J:"1"7 v y Duntfey Pneumatic Sweeper 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO Agents Wanted Ce gs.rm UHDTffik;SI2 in ((( m .. AVI A mm w . 3 sv sb i . a TlwTrl iififlfeaESBa All t-- i Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ? H WA Coffins furnished Hearse sen' to all parts of the County Uii Jm Wjt u orders by Wire Promptly Filled j o 5152c, 5050c, 4850c,4950c, 4849c. m ' 55 i fl rnone JlJ""J?" I y-- n W. M. CQA.i MT. VERiWW KY "'"' riN"' ii'Vli Ljr j?iiiirij 'i J"n'ini iVi rijri """ f" "P " V n"' '""""- HCC 11; 9c; WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW ORLEANS LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. R STOP-OVE- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. FAVORABLE PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENEY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address H. C. KING, Pass 101 fifteen-year-ol- d r and Ticket Ageit East Main St., Lexington, Ky. y30&yd & 3cr$3K3gD$3c9 forbid hunting or tresspasssing in any way upon ourpremises and Put a porous plaster on the will prosecute to the extent of the chest and take a good coueh syrup internaily i! you would treat a se-- j law any one guilty of so doing. vere case of sore lungs properly. ' Mrs Joste Davault, VV G Hysinger Get the dollar size Ballard's David Hysinger J. J. Hysinger lldealers . Horkhound Syrup. With each ' Jack Hysinger, J. B Lair, bottle there is a free Hervcick's T. B. Lair, Gus Staverson, Red Pepper Porous PLastkr for ' Hunt T. N. N'e. heirs FOR FLETCHER S the chest. Sold by John Robins W. M. Doweli Brodhead. Ky. v Children Cry FLETCHER'S O AS T O R A FOR I Remarkablk Curb of Croup POSTED. We, the undersigned, GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER stricily "Last winter when my little boy had croup I got bim a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1 honestly believe it saved has life," writes Mrs. I. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the phlegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am ffe most grateful for what this remedy has done for him."' For sale by $ Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled Ky Children Cry CAST.ORIA .XXCCX 32C3C3CX3C8$3 c 1 1 ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Nov. 27 19 14 bbop early. High tjp boots at Fish's. H. C lias a fiue patch of celery. Gr-ntry LEVEL (JUEEiN. 7 t J Mr and Mrs. J.N. Niceley, of f N. McAhster, Oklahoma, arrived X m w last week (Wednesday) to spend up No. 79" wnen R. L. Collier and J. Thomas Ladies and Children Coats at Niceley 's wan to CommuniCherry, two of Crab Orchard's or the winter with Mrs. cate with SIGNAL about half price at Fish's. Mrs. J. N. Browu. R ipationof certsiin territory during iginal boosters came up in Mr. ES,!uS2!SC3Z25a; Cut prices on ladies' suits and (Jollier's Hasty has returned home frrm .seed time by contending trooi s, big Studebaker car, L. stay in the west. '.some local contractions of area coa's at Sutton & McBee's. picking up on the way John Rob- an eight months W. M Hurst was in Mt. Ver- - seem inevitable. and they need good The redm.-tion-, Aslc yo'ir n'V'i'-nabout Fish's ins, former post master of Brod-heas. non last Monday and Tuesday on however, is likely to be cotnpen-busines,$'5 special tiUi.tj aiid overcoats. and Albert Hiatt, cashier, clothes well made liFnl 'fa-wm'- t V. T. ;sated by increased sowings in Mr. and Mrs. SUB Irr n l"d:ps' hats, u)ats liye wires and puhhers in our Cut rr its Louisvillc i Nashville R R.Co. DoBord are rejoicing over the neutral nations. to stand the hard highway movement. and suits at fan tuu S: MclJee'a. Ecrope, particuarrival of a baby boy at their "In Western TIME TABLE. knocks. Ball-Ban- d Ovtrj',os and everyhome. larly in England and France, the Miss Rose MdCord. principal ot 22 noun.. 5.04 p m thing to keep n warm t Fish's. Lanedon Memorial School, and, Mr. and Mrs John McKinney autumn sowings of wheat are some-- 1 3:50 a m 24 norm Fish's $3 Special Farmers Over-- ' chair man of good roads committee iand daughters. Jimmy and f Mary what in arrears, but as a large part . .. 23 south n:39 a n' visiting relatives 111 science of these countries is favored with 12:13 a m coat is the .var nest proposition in of State Woman's Club, has the!are 2i South a mild climate, making sowing honor to be the second woman to H'n aml Somerset this week. town. J as. Landrum, Agent. Mrs- - Sallie A' LonS- of QUilil- is operations possible at times durWe can save vu money on take membership in the Kentucky Phone No. 8. spending the.week with her broth ing the entire winter, little anxiety if :r sfe? 'ii i' B jour clothing. Big cut on men's Good Roads Association. er, W. F. DoBord. Wm. H. is expressed over the present de- m with two pair pant are I'.li 't . &4z i 'j si .'' Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice and boy's suits F.ntton & Mclke. Brown, while cutting weeds, miss lay. Reports from Germany and mail matter. It was sure some meeting. a ttcond-oias- s the higijot value- - in ed tLe stick that he was cutting on other countries of Central Europe Irvine Bullock and wife, of the America at the price. The pupils, teachers and prin- - striking his foot cutting a gash indicate that seeding operations Hansford, section have gone to AL . P ERS01 .. Bring your bo - in Deming, New Mexico, to make cipji 01 uiugdon Memorial bcnool about rive inches long. He seems have been carried on with acattended in a body. to be getting along very nicely. tivity.' Jas Johnson is improving from their home. "Wa Stand By What You Duy.' Eg Miss Grace Broyles, 'Somerset a long siege of typhoid. London. s.lwa.Vi .1.1 enterprisThe Graded School was well speut last week with friends and James Maret is in South East- ing and pushing town with pu-,represented. FOR FLETCHER'S Mr. T. J. Reid relatives here. ern Kentucky boosting Boone ing citizens is right into the fight j j& "T A NcSSSSutSSlSfis- They were here from every drove over Sui.day and accompanfor Boone Way. Way. ied her home -- The infant child Doiotliy Albright is rapidly Ths Homa of Good Clothe: Mr Albert 1'ioc.or', ot Pine part of the county. of Mr. and Mrs, G. L. Burton tyIrregular bowel movements lead IBHKsSBIKSSBSSmmVZBaBa3BEeS33iBX52BoZt2!a5Sa!aC from a long siege of Miss Sarah Payne, Hill, and Many who couldn't attend sent died last Wednesday of croup, and to chronic constipation and a conphoid daughter of Mr rnd Mrs. John words of was buried at Friendship. Clell stipated habit fills the system with good will and cheer. Mrs S. W Davis is here fron. P.tvue were niam.'d l,s week. Frei ch, of Julesburg, Colo., is impurities. HERBINE is a great Mystift visiting her sister, Mrs. J. No. 21, the midnignt train, U J. L. Arnold. Wm, Hurst and here for a few days stay with his bowel regulator. It purifies the vitalizes the blood W. Rider. due now at i2:i3 in- tead of I2:i9, W. M. Sowder. three of the mag- grandmother, Mrs. J. N. Brown. system, digestive organs in and fine puts the Mrs. W. H. Brown, who has had and No. 24, the J S. Todd h is his new house vigorous condition. met with rlv morning istrates, were heie-mPrice 5oc. typhoid fever several weeks is train, is due at 3:56 instead of 3:53 an owitiou from the Boosters-- , completed and moved into it last Sold by John Robins, Brodhead. H Brown has his store Ky. week improving. Stanfoid Crab Orchard, Brod who complimented them for the Gentry has ab.;ut head, Livingston, Williamsburg sui'id taken by that body for house almost complete and will Mrs E. R. i(Hi$h KajnordSiaFrne doildII& ..' Drop Tip mer50011 have in a new Jine of recovered from a slight attack 01 and Jellico will be visui'd as soon Bonne Way and better roads. chandise. Mr. and Mrs, W. E. typhoid fever. 11 c 11 spare some as the Associs-t'Twenty members at $5each Anderson, of Withers, came out . Mrs. W. J. Owens and Miss Etta of its field men were secured in Mt. Vernon for Tuesday tospend a few days with Sowder, of Brodhead, are in town 1 I Corbin has a mini djul electric the Kentucky Good Roads As Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and shopping. I I light plant, wa'or wo. ks and a sociation Not so ad for a little Mrs W. J. DeBord. Mrs. D, R. was in Louis- population of S. C. Frauklin 5.1 on and :i bunch ol town, en? Gentry and httle daughter, Omeeacfy " 5 '-You . ville yesterday to see the Belgians boosters who will be heard from '.v y grgSKgwwJg!-rJM- ' Bg" ga, have returned to their home mjt "Till 3VMRf in moving pictures. The K. G. A. inarched on Mt. at Quail after spending the sumon this road question. Vernon, Moijday. The citizens of mer with her mother here. J. L. Mrs. R. W Dvche and children, Lee Carter, son of D L. Garter, of London, are visiting her mother, of Laugfoid died latt week of tu- the town quickly surrendered, Hasty was in Brodhead the first ." patdthe indemnity and were made of the week on business. W. H. Mrs. R. B. Mullins. berculosis after an illness of severThe three children of Mr. and al months. Mr. C.u'..--r 'was a allies to the great road boosting Mullius vvas in the couatry most IMaa(.HAtf Mrs. Robert Cox, which have mobt promising young man, and crganizatiou. of the week buying geese. O. L. A . t.v- iJT T w F7 T. i0-J 7 typhoid, are better Hatcher was in Mt.'V ;rnoh Tues1 kA , ?'& & a 1 b- his untimely death we deeply Dr. Wm Price, of Somerset, and w L K J fceva i3 V faithful tpo of mourn. day Davy Craig, a Miss Zehna Brown has Dr. Isaacs, ot Woodstock, mowaSFN& been confined to her room two the Signal force is off this week tored over in Dr. Price's car and RICHMOND, KY. ! Quarry Dell is the name of a on account of sickntss. were attentive listeners at the weeks with the grippe, but is imnew chimh being organized at acA TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS proving now. C. T. Riddle, of for a boyf s Mrs U. G. Baker, hr.s been Sparks Quarry. The church speaking They consuitey with ami Life Courses leading to Elementary, Intennp-liatof KenStale Certificates. Valid in :ill l'ubhu very sick for the past week She building will be loca'od near W.M. the magistrates while here. They Brodhead, was dovn last jweek on count would be a tucky. Special Connies anil Review Onirics. Tuition Mrs. Louiza Hurst is business day. is a some better to Free to Appointees. Two splendid dornutorits, new "i"-ten-sp- ot Oweti.s' M re land was are working in the interest of a is a good model school new manual training buildup, practice Biown, of Pulaslc, bought from Mr. Owens, the deed road Jroin Somerset to Crab Or- spending a few days with her school, dopartiii' nt of agriculture, a well equipped Mrs. J. T. Fir-- t Term begins daughter, Mrs. Mollie Denney, at plan to pymna-- n in. Domestic the acspent several days last week with for which has been made and now chard. yeTiteiuticr 7. Second term .November Ifi. ilnrd Term Walnut Grove. J. D. Bullock April o. bummer School opens January 25, l'ourth W. H. Brown and family. in the hands of County Cleik, S count of the youngsOne of our magistrates had to was in London first of the week. .rrj. June It, Catalogue. Free. j. ,;. huiwk, :riJirut.O The little daughter of Mr. and h. Bowman, for record. be in London as a witness in court Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McWill ter and then let him Mrs. C. A. Furgeson. who has Tuesday. iams e down from Bee Lick Isaac Catlin and Miss Mabel been so low with typhoid, is better. Niceley, build up himself last Thursday to see Mrs. Jim Brady and Miss Alice RAISING STATUARY INTO PLACE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFiMiss Rose McCord, the excelW. J. Sparks atMr. aud Mrs. young people of Ward, all popular father and mother, Mr. Some take INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO. tended the Wil'.hms-BetburuLivingston were married at Jelli- lent representative of Langdon and Mrs. W" H. Brown, who are wedding in Louisville, Wednes co, Ten n., yesterday. They all Memorial School never mis-e- s an sick. Dr. G. B. Lawrence was in pleasure in saving dav. have many friends here who wish opportunity to boost a good move Mt. Vernon one day last wTeek. others in spending Bern-staj- t, Albert Powell, of East them much happiness. If there men tas well as bringing several Master Robert Broyles, of Plato, all depends how has been working for C. A. are any more weddings in Living- hands along to assist. spent Sunday with his grandFurguson for a few days at the ston, some good woman will have P. Mullins. off you If the people will all join hands father, J. depot. !o take Will Owens or Mart Hicks and go to work for Boone Way. Suppose yourself Mrs. Uarmical has gone to Bar- - since they are at the head of the construct one half next ynar, the The greatest wheat area in the you open an account lor boursville to spend the winter marriageable list. other half the next, and the fol- world's history will be planted for He will youi: boy here with her daughter, Mrs. A. w. Magee Branaman: A t the lowing year start the road' from the 1915 harvest as a result of the heve guaranteed security Soward. Madison to the Pulaski line and European war, is the opinion of e home of Mr. and Mrs. John a pel sret a liberal interest Miss Margurite Jones, of Oklaat Danville, on the 19th Inst, in four years Rockcastle will have Charles M. Daugherty, statistical as well. homa City, Okla , is with her sis- their beautiful daughter, Miss Mae two pikes running the entire expert of Agriculture. In a reter. Mrs W. B. Spivey, for the MaGee, was married to Mr. length of the county and no citi- port made public Tuesday, Mr. holidays. r will feci the ef- Daugherty says: James Branaman, a prominent zen or Make a Deposit with us today and Abie Pennington young business man of the Wildie fect, and iufact, from a standpoint "As a result ot the war in EurGeorge visitwere here during the week section of this county. They are of taxation, will never know that ope, a worldwide tendency exists families ot Neal Parrett both well known in this county such roads have been built. Talk to increase the acerage of wheat. ing the Doubtless the most extensive acdW. H. Brown. and will reside at Wildie. The Boone Way and help to build it area in the history oj the world Mrs W. H. Cox, her daughter, Signal joins with their many Mr. John Renner, of Green For will be ;ieeded during the present Miss Grace and son Cland, have friends in extending congratulaest. Ark., a brother of A. Renner, autumn and coining spring. A lurnished rooms and moved over tions. aud a former Rockcastle citizen, prospective heavy demand for Cox Bros, store for the winter. Thanksgiving services were and Mrs. Kitty Smith wi'l be mar- this important food grain by the Mrs. Anna Miller has accepted ried iii' Louisville today. They a good position with one of the held at the Presbyterian church will reside in Arkansas. Mr. Ren- importing countries ot Western Europe Is likely, if seeding conJonas McKenzie, big Ooal companies at Pineville, yesterday, morning. It was a un- ner has lived in the west for a ditions favor, to' give extraordin position Company. President ion service, conducted by Dr, A. Copyright, 1914, by Panama Pacific International and left Wednesdey for that city ary stimulus to sowings of both S. Lovll of the Chirtian church. number of years. to assume her duties. winter and spring varieties in the Rev. D. Edgar Allen, of the BapGeo. S. Griffin, NOTICE. It Really Does Relieve Miss Jennie Morrow Miller is One hundred and seven head of two great exporting countries of church and Rev. John M. Rheumatism at home from school at Millers-burg- , tist Fair Warning. This means cattle have co far been killed by North America and to those sowthe Presbyterian church. Everybody who is afficted with you it you have not paid your tax. for the Thanksgiving vacagovernment inspectors in their ings now being furrished under W. L. Richards. One thing in particular deserving should be called noon to settle Rheumatism in any form bottle of Cashier I will-sooeffort to eradicate the foot and auspicious circumstances in Brittion. She has as her guest Miss special mention was the all means keep a by collection with the Couuty, Graded School Sloan's Liniment on hand. Tne Ruth Whitehead, also of the Miller-bmouth disease in Hardin county, ish India to "Buy a barrel of flour for the urg College. Victor C. Tate, and State and unless I can collect minute feel pain or soreness in a Kentucky. "In the Southern Hemisphere Belgians," which amounted to the tax due, of course can not joint or mut.cle, bathe it with Miss Martha Jones, daughter, something near $lo.00. Those desiring full information seeding was completed" before- the make settlement when demanded. Sloan's Lidimeut. Do not rub it. of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jones, of immedSloan's penetates on the State Road question should war began, and the effect of eco Williams-Bethurum- . Tudge I realize money matters are close, iately to the seat ofalmostrelieving; the Level Green section, and Mr. nomic conditions upon extension pain, write. R. C. Terrell, Commissioner and on the other hand people the hot, tender, swoolen feeling Jack Nelson, of Washington, D. C. L. W. Bethurum and Miss Mat ot Public Roads Frankfort, re- of areas there will be manifest onknow that this money has to be and making the part easy and comwere married, last week at Win- Williams were married at the questing the mailing of Bulletin ly in the spring and summer of paid, and I want to urge that you fortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's chester. They will reside at Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Wed No. 8. Apply for 1915. it. nesday last, at 1:30 p.m. do so without forciug me to put Liniment for 25 cents of any drugThe Hiedelberg, Ky. l,In Europe, where ordinarily in the house have you to extra cost. Please arrange gist and colds, it Nine additions were had to over one-hal- f the world's wheat Mrs. Mary Williams was taken Rev. E. L. Powell, pastor of the sore and swollen against before Dec. 1st as the penalty goes joints, rheumatism, neuralgia, very sick Monday and for some First Christian church officiated. Quarrydell church (Christian) is produced, the indications are on at that time sciatica and like ailments. Your hours was in a most serious con- The bride is the daughter of the during past week. The congre- - that all available labor resources, &&&zja money back if not satisfied, but it CAM iMULLlNS, late J. J. Williams, a most charm- gitim are preparing to put up a in both neutral and contending "" .c5"MW3!SS dition. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. WilS. R. C. does give almost instant reliet. ii . nations, will be utilized to the utliams came Tuesday, and Judge ing woman Judge Bethurum is building at Burr post office. of the very best lawyers of Mount Vernon Monumental most for getting in full or increasH. G. Williams arrived Tuesday bne Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, & 3K2&3G&3C& acggac&xgfc DENTIST local bar and of all Eastern response to telegrams the ed areas. In Italy, where vheat hands, or feet requires a power tiight in Dr. W. T. Francis intends to be KentucKy, and is prominent in ful remedy that will penetrate the acreage is ordinarily second in exannouncing her serious illness. L Conover home until after Xm s. BALLARD'S SNOW political circles throughout the flesh. glad to report her much tent to that of no State in Europe, We aae power. State) His many friends claim of and LINIMENT possesses that is felt Strayed: A black, crooked excepting Russia, 1,000,000 acres, .better at this time. Rubbed in where the pain MT. VERNON, KY, that he will be the next Congress- nose Berkshire boar, weight about it is said, will be added to the 'VI DEALER in Marbles and is all that is necessary to relieve Fron tRooms over Baker's Store man from the Eleventh District. 200 pounds, left my place two crop. Granite Monuments of all suffering and restore normal conLOCAL . ... Thone 49-1 Robins, ana ivjrs. jjetnurum will weeks ago. No marks. A liber-retur- n juage "In the contending couniries ex- kinds. Estimates furnished ditions, Sold by John Brodhead, Ky. to Mt. Vernon, Sundav, jal reward for the return or The unper Cumberland Educatraordinary efforts are being ex- on application. they will be given a cordial formation leading thereto, tional and Industiial Association erted in autumn seeding. The welcome and where many hearty GEO. OWENS Propr. .meets at London today and T. C. Griffin, FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S services of women and children, congratulations awaits them. 2?-Nov. Withers, Ky. men exempt from military ser- - Pone 112 BOONELETTS 79 79 vice, refugees, prisoners of war and soldiers temporarily relieved from the ranks are being utilized in the fields as occasions permit tnd require. Because of strained labor conditions and of the occu-mother, 1 iihmiiii m 11 WILL be BOYS -- d, - 1 lew HPM -' H't' -- -j " z ' - - I -- SPECIALS to-day. FISH'S $5 T. ..... h Children Cry O 3 ry r - -- -R. f 'CSMk t Mm to-da- y 1 mJ lVW Tbg New Fads for Fajj C&MP1 9wAslm 0W Ma ill j &m MAim J For a -- ajo-jx&r- I Really Good Boost bank (l -- lws N. I r ? M k X i HT')XJ) - It start SStSlg T-n- w-ir- Mc-Wilham- s' it m boys C It start them Ma-Ge- tax-paye- The Bank of Mt. Vernon 1 Vice-Preside- nt n Asst-Cashi- er a 20-3t- P Manufacturers Dentist S. - ... in-whe- Children Cry )ycycpyy3 CTiilcTren Cry 2t CASTORIA CASTORIA -- P" DAMAGED BY OUR BOMB. Great Result of the Bombardment of Antwerp. Money-Savin- g PI ?? - Combination Bargains Al! 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If you are at present a subscriber to any (2L&& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THt CCNTAUR COMPANY MCW YORK CITY. news each week, and f n the weekly Enquirer you will get in condensed form the war news of the entire week. This offer applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal All Crders Must Be Mailed To The Srgnal will have from two to four columns of the latest war li you want to keep posted on the war, place your order early. the newspapers of Holland for joint Next the U S. Government is Intervention by the queen of the Nethpresident of the Lnlt-e- d read-- to help us along the lne of erlands and the Statea Is Increasing, but it has not agriculture and stock and fruit as yet evoked any comment here. Washington, Nov. 18. There is no indication of a movement for intervention in the European war by the Washington government or another tender of its'good offices as peacemaker. Both President Wilson and Secretary Bryan have said to callers that until there waH an intimation from one of the bel ligerents that the good offices of the United States as peacemaker was de sired no further move looking to peace would be made by the president. The president said there could be no further step in the way of offering mediation without the risk of incurring the displeasure of certain of the powers and crippling the efforts of this country to achieve peace when the time comes to act The president will wait for a suggestion from one or more of the belligerents that mediation is desired. The United States, through the president in a formal as well as in an informal way, has made the tender or its good offices for mediation. The offer stands and la well understood by the belligerents. HAS NOTHING TO GIVE OUT WHEN YOU WANT Thel MT. VERNON SIGNAL w An Active Liver Means raising. The Government pays a farm demonstrator to come at the! farmers call and help him iu many ways but very few soera to appreciated tills otter. If a hole should come in ou pocket and we should hear a dime j fill on the ground we would stop will let our nd pick it up, but cow manure wash off during the summer and not meke an effort to save it. The U. S. Government and the pt-opl- e Genera! Merchandise Farm Implements CO TO $ PEOI'LKS $ BASK $ Health health, clear complexion and freedom for Dizzi ness, Constipation. Biliousness. Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They drive out fermenting and undigested foods, clear the Blood and cure Constipation. Only 35c at your druggist. NOTICE. state Department of Agiiculture have hundreds of free bulletins which contain lots of valuable in formation and they are anxious to send them out but if they don't have our names they can't send them. Prof. Smith of Richmond who has a fruit farm near Conway, K offered enough fruit trees to set an acre around each school house in this county if the district would furnish the ground There was not a school applied for the trees. Now that offer is withdrawn and he opportunity is lost. Next the State stands ready to put a dollar on our county roads every time we will put one on. Now if we are not careful this proposition will be withdrawn before we take advantage of it. The rural schools, county High Schools, State Normals, Teachers and Board of Education are standing with outstretched arms plead ing for people to be educited free still our children are growing up in ignorance. Last but not least are the churches and preachers pleading for people to give their hearts to God. yet a great many are blind to this all important thing by going on in wickedness and dying in thair sins. I trust that people will begin to think about those things aim not let all those great opportunities pass un heeded. Your friend, JONAS' IMcKENZIE & If yon want good TH& iChas. C. Davis Mt. Vernon Ky. OLD RELIABLE Chas. C. Davis Mt , Vernon A Straw $ will Show the ! Way $ the Wind Blows Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ DRUGS Ky. PEOPLES BANK $ . First Meeting of Creditors in the .District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Keetucky. of $ SAFE AND SOLID Every Banking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY there's a reason. In the Matter ) $ A. H. Hamlin ) In Bankruptcy $ For the Convenience of the People $ Use Us 1$ $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ $ IF MI! IP1 bi.-'S- I you have -- fit I If ml '' S.SI tsSSF III S III A III ff Fl Mt uaif l9 KABO MW -- Tb Lire CORSET Style 6014 money carefully in buying your clothes, you 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, comup-to-d- ate To the creditors of A. H Ham lin, of Pineville, in Bell county and district aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 13th day of Nov., 19 14, the said A. H. Hamlin, was duly ad judged bankrupt; and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at Pineville, Ky , on the 1st day of Dec, 19 14, at 9 o'cloek in the forenoon of said day, at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and tiansact such other business as may properly come before said Department Considers Latin American Incident Closed. Washington, Nov. 18. Though he has not received any replies from the American diplomatic representatives in Ecuador and Colombia whom he instructed to "investigate" charges that the neutrality of those countries was not being preserved with sufficient strictness, Secretary Bryan has announced that the incident might be considered closed. Mr. Bryan said there had been so much misrepresentation about the State state department's action In the matter that he would discuss the subject no further. Results of the depart ment's inquiries will not be made public' through him. My Phone No, is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. e. You are cordially place at any time hours. We don't anything yon don't welcome in our during our shop want to sell you Wants a Change of Venue. Anderson, Ind., Nov. 18. Lorlng W. Mellett, an attorney of Indianapolis, formerly of Elwood, has asked for a change of venue in a case In which he is accused of embezzlement. Mellett's trial was to have been called In the circuit court here. He Is under a bond of $2,500. want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you, CHAS. C. DAVIS Mt. Vernon Ky. I meeting. This 20th day of Nov., 1914. W. W. 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