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Mount Vernon signal: December 18, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914121801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 18, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. Ifeiif itoiiit MT. VERNON, Established 1887 - U m ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY DEC. 1$ 1914 Ll V1NGSTON. NUMBER 9 Home Affairs Play Prominent Fart In Life of Beckham Graceful Wife and Two Bright Children Adorn Hearth E. and Mrs. died Thursday ioth J. Weaver wilh double pueuuiouia and was buried Friday J. W. Sams fell of-M- r. The little child i PRE - INVENTORY manage the farm. He continued his studULUCT.J. C. W. Frankfort, the first senator ies, however, with the result that at nineSKXATOK by the people for a teen he was made principal of the high term from Kentucky, needs school of tils home town, which place he no introduction to the people of this occupied for the succeeding three years Etate. He has been in public life for years, During this time he studied law, political was and political jet is Kentucky's joungest statesman of economy to the bar of history lie 1S33, Kentucky in pjomuieiiee. Throughout the itate he is admitted bjrthda twenty-fourtthat year, his known at a statesman, but in the capital and on lite being juM eligible, lie was nomilie is known at. a bplendid citizen and but attrac- nated by the Democrats of ills county pood neiBiibor. His mode-it- , tive, lesidence is in South Frankfort. His for a teat in the lower house of the genHe vas the joungest family consists of his wife, who was Miss eral assembly that body. During this Jean Fuqua of Owcnsboro, a daughter. member of became impaiicd. and it ser Ice looked Miss Eleanor, aged thirteen, and a yon, his health Creppa, Jr., aged nine. The entire fam- as if hi? political caieei would be cut ily are social favorites. The youngsters short. He went to New Mexico for the are popular, and the lawn at the Beckham climate, and within a earhewas so nearlj icturncd to home is the playground for the children letored to health tint They attend the Kentucky. On the advice of his phj Mciau in the neighborhood. to the lestMatuie, public schools. Mrs. Beckham is a young lie declined woman of splendid domestic attainments. but was destlnid to continue as u memhad that She is an ideal wife, whose thoughts and ber ofgiven body Isaac Wilson, who died the teat he had refused, energies are devoted to her home, chil- been oflice. dren, husband, family, neighbors and the shortly after taking the oath of Demoneedy. She is a hard worker in the His death took one vote fiom the King's Daughters' circle, which conducts crats of the assembly at a must ciitical deadlocked in time, when the hospital in Frankfort, and in other the selection the abody was the candidates senator, of charitable and religious causes. Those who know Governor Beckham being Joe Blackburn and W. Godfrey Hunter, candidate best are well aware that his chief interest death of the Republican the tie. but The one Wilson broke nnd greatest pleasure lie in hl9 home. of state senator, who There he spends practically all his leisure old independent, though was somethingReelected as a hours. He is not a familiar figure at the an local club, in the lobby of the hotels or. publican, declared that the Republican indeed, any other place where men are nominee should not be sent to Washingaccustomed to congregate in the evenings. ton across the grave of a Kentuckj legisHe makes it an almost unbroken habit lator and announced that he would towait fill Democrats to epend his evenings at home. The well a limited time for theBeckham announcstudy of the Beckham residence is the vacancy. Without liihtod on the first flooi front. Theie the passer- ing for the place, his home people qulcklj the by may see Governor Beckham early or reached the conclusion that he waselecto Wilson's seat. A late on almost any evening at his desk man wasfillhurriedly held, he special his defeated or in his reading chair. Books and writ- tion ing enter very largely into the life of the Republican opponent by nearly I.OjO, nnd senator elect. But the i.tudy scene is not he started out to get to the state capital always a solitary one Two children of before the hour fixed by the Republican more than ordinary attractiveness and senators for the Democratic side to have promise bless this home. They may be its vacant seat filled railroad wreck occuned. and it lookand sen from time to time In the study, sug- edA as if the Democrats would fail. In the the attitude of parent and children gests that le?sons are being heard or that most inclement weather of a hard winter the story hour is at hand. Governor Beck- Beckham set out in a can iage from ham, nlthoufli a vnunc man. is an old Bardstown for Frankfort, a distance of miles. Teams were changed fitshloned father. He counts It his privi- - j sixty-fiv- e llge and duty to personally supervise three times, and he leached the capital those things that make for the Christian at 3 o'clock in the morning of the day the character and physical well being of his balloting in the senatorial race was to be lesumed. The senatorial deadlock temain-e- d children. reunbroken for all of that Mrs. Beckham possesses to a high degree all those gifts and graces which one sulting in an extra session in 1697 and the Instinctively associates with successful election of 'William J. Deboe through the homemaklng. This fact is not to be for- opposition of William O. Bradley, then gotten when one asks why the senator governor of the state, to Hunter, the Releaves home after the evening publican nominee. n ial. The Nelson county man was leturned to A normal, wholesome. Christian home, the lower house In 1S9S, and had attained blessed by health, hope and happiness. such prominence in the assembly that he made that nit untouched by sorrow, unspoiled by-- was twenty-eig- speaker. At of age.time he was years ealth and dominated by the highest but the youngl&eals such is the home of the Junior senest man ever given this office In Kentucky. As presiding officer he attracted ator. No new member of the next senate will much attention, and In the Democratic take his seat better Informed or better state convention of the following year he equipped for the work ahead of the Dem- was chosen for the office of lieutenant governor, as the running mate of the ocratic administration than this who is first a student, with a late William Goebel. Then followed the wide knowledge of public affairs and most, exciting period in Kentucky since closely in sympathy and in touch with the civil war. The state contest was carried before the general assembly, Goebel the president and his secretary of state. For a man of his years Senator Elect was declared to have been elected govBeckham is a young man and has had a ernor and was shot down by an assassin rather remarkable career in the public almost at the entrance of the state capl- life of his state. Born Aug. 5, 18G9, the tol. W. L. Taylor, the Republican candiBon of "William N. and Julia WickllfCe date for the go ernorship, established Beckham, he comes of a family that has himself In the capltol. surrounded by a been prominent in affairs of the south. regiment of the Kentucky state guard, His mother was the youngest daughter and the Democratic claimants, with Beckof Governor Charles A. "Wickllffe, who ham at their head, opened up offices at also held the portfolio of postmaster gen- the Capital hotel for the transaction of eral in the cabinet of President Tyler. the business of the commonwealth, where Her brother, Robert Wickllffe, was a gov- they were surrounded by a portion of the ernor of the state of Louisiana. She was, state guard loyal to their side of the contherefore, the daughter, the sister and the troversy. The Democratic majority, of the mother of men who held the first office general assembly was prevented by Taywithin the gift of the people, of their lor from meeting at the capltol, and. drivElates. His father, a lawyer and farmer, en through the streets by his guardsmen died when the subject of this sketch was to prevent their meeting elsewhere. The but a mere boy. Owing to this he got no adjutant general even threatened to infurther than his sophomore year at old vade the room of the dying Goebel should Central university "when called home to a meeting be attempted therein. Enough h, se-sto- n. ht Ken-tuckia- n, 1 of the majority was kept intact by the joung governor to keep the lecord stiaight and clear. The full lecoid of the settlement of the gubernatorial contest was preserved. Through it ail he held his sid" In perfect obedience to riie laws and set an example to his followers that did much to bring order out of chaos. When ha could do so he reassembled the legislature at the seat of government and proceeded intelligently with the business of the state. So well did lit handle the reins of government during these stormy times that the Democrats of the state made him thiir nominee to (ill out the unexpired teim of Goebel in the executive chair. The Republicans put forth a most formidable candidate in the person of John W. Yerkes, a man of national reputation, who had held himself aloof from the recent political trouble. It was a national year, Brian "tid McKinley being the candidates, and the race was one of the most hotly contested held in the state in years. Beckham won by 3,700 inajonty. Two weeks after the election, at the age of thirty-on- e ycais, the young governor was united in marriage to Miss Jean Fuqua of Owcnsboro. They occupied the state executive mansion for the seven years following, he being in l'JOd for a full term of four years. governor he did much to allay feeling which had been sthred up during the 1900 political tioubles, winning the strong friendship of Republicans who had bitterly opposed him. He was governor of the whole people, and no trace of political feeling ever was displayed in the governor's office during the years that followed the political stiife. During his incumbency ire cleaied the state of debts totaling .s nearly $2,000,000 without increasing the tax rate, and passed the oflice to his successor with a million in the public treasury. He collected for the state from the national goverment over $1,300,000 war debt. The new capltol was begun and practically completed under his direction, and a home was established In the state for Confederate soldiers. One of the most notable features of the Beckham administration of affairs in Kentucky was the enforcement of the Sunday laws and the promotion of temperance nnd regulation of the liquor traffic. Until he had an opportunity to appoint a mayor of Louisville, In 1907, saloons ran wide open on the Sabbath. With the appointment of Robert Worth Bingham as mayor they closed and have so continued ever since. Through furtuer extensions of the county unit local option laws he incurred the enmity of the liquor people and through taxation laws the ill will of the whisky rectifiers. Before his term as governor had closed he was nominated by the Democrats of the state in a primary election for the office of United States senator, defeating James B. for that honor. In those days tho state legislature had the final say, and. although there was a. clear Democratic majority in that body, he was defeated through the machinations of tire whisky and brewery interests, "who drew away from him four men who had been elected as Democrats and pledged to his support as the party nominee. Senator Elect Beckham Is not unknown In the national councils of the Democratic party. In the national conventions of 1901, 1S03 and 1912 he was a delegate at large from the state of Kentucky, and In each convention represented, his state on the committee on resolutions of the convention, helping to draft the national platform of the party. He has 'thus been closely associated with Mr. Bryan, with whom he has stumped Kentucky- - in all of the campaigns since 1896. 'He was a Wilson adherent when it was unpopular to be on that side in Kentucky, owing to the candidacy of a former Kentucklan, Champ Claik, and rendered valuable service to the New Jersey man at the Baltimore convention. At Washington he will not be found in the scramble' for political pie, '"but in the committee rooms and conferences where affairs of big importance are being discussed. Mc-Crea- ry Monday and has since been con Elisha Bullock of Hansford, informs us that he intends to enter the race for Legislature and iiiends of Mr, G. D. (Jcok aro trying to get him to make the race. Well each one has a large following Us Demo-ciat- s are not in this fight but we could sit on the fence and see one fig his we of the "fcol dRtUtidi.Nt'' ever witnessed. G. S. Griffin one of our hustling merchants was in Mt. Vernon Monday. Hubert Niceley was in Mt. Vernon Saturday on business Izih Spivey's Monday night and house biiriKd conteuts .ill of its loht. Mr Spivey is a ha:d working man and is to be pitied as he has a large family. There was no insurance. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Neighbors are in Louisville this week visiting relatives. Marshal, C. E. Hellerd was in Mt. Vernon Saturday. W B Bullock of Lebanon, is working afewdajsas copier here, J. B. Hayse has returned from Paris, after a short visit to that city. Mr. and Mrs. William Brady are spending a few days with relatives in Lo'iisville. A certain student has entered tho graded school here and it is surprising to note the progress that he has made in his studies. The first thing he learned was the rule, to love his teacher and now he can conjugate the vei'b love, in all it's voice, mode, tense, number and person J. T. Elliott, another widower seems to be another matrimonial candidate and iromall repor.s he is cutting a large swathe. Well Mart have you got another horse to give Tom to get him to leave' the country, as you did James Sims. He who loves winter sure ly is satisfied now. Siuce last Tuesday it has been cold enough to almost put the thermometer out of business. Only nine more days until Xmas, that great feasting holiday which every American looks forward to, but only look across the waters and give one thought to poor starving Belgians then you can truthfully say God bless the country that Columbus discovered, Washington defended, and President Wilson governs. A great many will be sorry to learn of the serious illness of Mrs. Ashley Owens, who is in Cincinnati and is not expected to live but a few days. The pay car pushed thru here Tuesday and the railroad boys are wearing smiles. Walter Browning who is attending school at Stank rd was with home folks Sunday.- - C. C. Williams of Mt. Vernon, was here between Bailey trains Saturday. Mrs. in Mt. Vernon Satur Mullinswas day. Wade Graves the telephone manager cf Hansford was here Tuesday. Ed Quinn of Paris.who has been very sick for some time Saturday in a was brought hrre very feeble condition. We won. der what has bee: me of our old We have frier d James Maret. not seeu or heard from him in so long a time, and we are getting uneasy concerning his where abouts. Now Mr. Maret we intend to wine to Mt. Vernon in a few evenings and we hope to meet you It may be you are so interested in the Boone Way that you havn't the time, but don't worry Boone Way will be a success and we hope to see the day when the bum or the automobile can be heard as it passes along Rockcastle Boone Way thru old county. Hog killing is the order of the day in this locality and many be the porker that have died Mr. and Mrs I W. Catlin have taken rooms at the River mansion and will go to house keeping. confined to his room A BIG CROP OF BARGAINS GIGANTIC MERCHANDISE EVENT NOTE THE DATES COME OUR STORES ARE ALIVE WITH BARGAINS were sufferingfrom depression during the first six months of the. year; this fact put us in better position than exer to secure the biggest kind of Bargains. We have piled iu a stork which, for size, quality and low prices, lias never been equalled in our experience or 27 years. 5 DECEMBER th to "We Save You 31 J5 to 40 g- - MANUFACTURERS & Jobbers HOLIDAY GOODS, Goods ever shown in Mt. Vernon Prices Completely Smashed on TOO We are showing the largest and most beautiful line of Holiday DRY GUODS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS, LADIES' SUITS, CLOAKS, UNDERWEAR, SHOES, STOVES, FURNITURE Etc., Etc., Etc. CUMBERLAND ' Way, "official ways Association and a mrmber would not be great. of all the good roads movement, route" etc. Saturday All concerned, that have been wore in Stanford last name of Boone Chamberiajn's Cough Remedy The notheks' Favorite Cough "1 give Chamberlain's Remedy to my children when they have colds or coughs," writes Mrs Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. and is help It always any them cough far suto medi other perior have used. I advise any cine i one in need of such a medicine to gi vi it a trial. " For sale by all dealers. CASIORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Children Cs; F0R FLEJGHGfi'S C A S.T.O Er : CASTORS Children Ovf FLETCHERS FOR where they met and conferred with the business and professional CAP TO men officials and others during the forenoon and held a meeting at court house in afternoon when '' State Mr. Woods OVER B00NE WAY fon. matter has reached that aid question.explained the preseut Everyone The a favored the three mile construcstage where it can be declared tion of Boone Way from Crab OrThis Noted Highway To Be go. chard to Rockcastle line there to Extended from meet the road coming from the South. A number joined the The Saratoga Of The West To The Windy Kentucky Good Roads AssociaCity tion. The evangelists were assured that Lincoln county would BY THE LAKES not only construct the three miles of the proposed highway but having sucwould improve their turnpike Secretary Maret over the line of the "Old Wilder ceeded in getting Boone Way on LINCOLN WILL BUILD ness Road from Crab Orchard thru the map from Cumberland Gap to Stanford, to Boyle couuty line so Crab Orchrrd is now at work on a as to have a highway deserving proposition to extend the highway the name of Boone Way when 'that Three Miles OfThis highway is. named over a route "on to Chicago" via Louisville, Crab Orchard to cities of Stanford passing thru the Important Highway fromMaret has promisedLouisville. Mr. that LinDanville, Harrodsburg, Lawrence county shall not be disapcoln burg and Shelbyville on to Falls pointed when the route is - desigThe Good Ro ads Evangelists City thence via Seymour and Innated. dianapolis to the Windy City. Robert E. Woods of the Kentucky Idea is being heartily endorsad by Good Roads Association, Louisville Sickly childreu need White's the cities and counties along the indjames Maret, Kentucky's Cream Vermifuge. It not only route. There are good turnpike? Vi .e President of the .Southern destroys worms, if there be any on the entire line from Crab Orch- Appilachian Goods Roads dut it acts as a strengening tonic assistant secretary Bristol in the stomach and bowels. Price ard to Chicago and the expense of improving these highways, to put to Lexington Highway, a High- 25c per bottle. Sold by John High Robins', Brddhead, Ky. J way member of National them in "condition to deserve the CISCO with the proposition and declare their cities and counties will see that the highway thru their dominions are improved and kept in proper condit heard from are pleased Stanford and Boone Way -- As-ciatio- n, FR EETRIP TO Free Trip TO Mt.Vernon,Ky. AND RETURN Railroad Faros paid to all out of town bu)ers purelnisinr $15 worth or more within a radius of 40 miles. Mt.Vernon and Return Kail Koad Fares Paid to all out of town buy- 9 1BF "1ltl Vim "! 11 OWlOn I1IU1U IVlLllllt SALE radius of 4') miles, Men's Hats Big Lot New Shapes, STIFF HATS Si t3T n iS-- $3.00 values for Ladies' Suits, Men's EVERYTHING TO WEAK This will be the last reduction price smashing SALE to take place this season and to continue throughout the month of December People for miles around attended this RIG SA LE last week, and in order to clear our stoyk of all winter goods we have made further price reduction that will move stock quickly. away from this Sale. DO NOP CONTI JTJBS FURNITURE let anjthmg keep you We'll sell you gloves i mat you can wasa. . Laiies' Coats In all kinds, Black, Brotlcloth. Fur, Astra-kaHindu-Lynx, If mi aL $7 8 10 12 15 98 c Men's Suits 50 value.... S498 50 value.... 5 98 00 value.... 7 98 00 value 8 98 00 values 11 98 16 50 values 12 98 17 50 values 13 98 20 00 values 14 98 CLOAKS, OVERCOATS, LADIES' HATS, MEN'S SuitsS? HATSir linethey , ju, n, etc. made of finest Coltskin or Reindeere. Soft as velvet wear like iron. And remember, only rvC in Grinnell Gloves do you get the exclusive features come out like new. They are - - - i .... r rnuiaieu aacK. mmmm f t-- - n $5 00 value $2 98 6jo0 value 3 3i 7 50 value 3 98 10 00 value 4 98 12 50 value 5 85 45 00 value 8 98 13 00 98 " 13 98 22 50 " 14 49 25.00 Hindu-LynxlO arry right up to You'll find everything the standard of these tine cloves. Ladies Suits The last and onlr re ductions to take place on flHI jfc $t2.50 Ladies' Suits. r Men's and Boys' Overcoats BOYS' Securing suitable gifts is always a problem that confronts most everybody, so below is partly a list of what you can find at this place: Gloves, Neckwear, Suspenders, Scarf Pins, Cuff Buttons, Traveling Sets, Traveling Bags, Gifts Library Table FOR $3 00 values 4 00 values 4 50 values 5 00 values MEN'S $1 98 2 48 2 98 3 98 3 98 4 98 5 98 7 98 9 98 11 98 12 98 Watch Chains, Rings, Overcoats, Rain Coafc-- , Suits, Cloaks. Hats, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Silk Hose, Silk Scarfs, Furs, Rocking Chairs, Lockets, Mesh Bags" Livalliers, Embroidery Scissors, Dolls, Pistols, etc , etc. $9.98 $10 00 values 12 00 value 15 00 value 17-5value 20 00 value 25 00 value 35 0(1 value 0 $6 98 O 7 U8 8 98 V 9 98 10 00 12 50 17 50 IB iwrjL, nLrfJM ll ft 1 6 00 values I pill -- 7 50 values 8 50 values 10 00 values 12 50 values 15 00 values 17 50 values noleum. I Lenoleum Anicc I hBM J UATC Vmm lot of new patterns in Le Two yards $1 value for 89c yd. will be arranged twn Ints. 0 Posiiively will not isell at this price after Dec. in Lot No.'L values up to S6.50 for for Lot No. 2, values up to $5-0- $1.98 .98 MM FOR EVERYBODY. ' XMAS PRESENTS MT. VERNON SIGNAL . of this ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE west of accorded the 'Boone Way" move- - people to take advantage town is ment bv Knoxville. its profession- - great opp rtunity for securing, As administrator of the estate south east of that noted resort al and business men. Nearly two good highways; tie Association ot John T. Cherry, deceased, I Friday, Dec. 18 . 1914 (Crab Orchard). They the-- e years ago the Commercial Club of will aid in various ways those will offer for sale at public auction -- speak as though they Mt Verncn inaugurated a move-fo- r counties taking advantage of the travelers on the premises of his late resi- Published every Friday by had accomplished something out putting a hignway thru from situation. The Cumberlandshave idpnrp whirh is nhnnt- tivr or? ?..n4EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. of usual, getting thru the moun- Crab Orchard, Kentucky, to Cum- Jusu UftAn tii..i4-r- l ucc" ,a,uc" Vi vani'acaTI fa- - one half miles from Brodhead, .' " 7. when in berland Gap for securing a con tives 01 tins Association ana me Kentucky, on Thursday, Dec. 31, tains on an automobile, simply "afire" $I.OO fact these machines pass thru here nection between the Northern and Mountains are DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR i9i4 the following property: states. The Knox- with good roads enthusiasm (not often on their way south and they South-easter2 brood mares, 1 horse, 2 young however), Advertising rates maae known on get thru, although no one denies ville Commercial Club endorsed caused by Knoxville mules, 1 cow and calf, 1 farm wagthat the roads are rough and the idea, its professional and busi- One of Louisville's citizens con- on, 1 spring wagon, one buggy, 1 application mighty rough in places and not ness men claimed to be pleased tributed $loo to.the Boone Way hillside plow, 1 turning plow, 1 many care to make the second with the undertaking and promis- printing fund a few daj s since. corn drill, 1 harrow, and varfous MEMBER OF into the fund KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION trip; (good reasons for our tight ed to aid and assist in the under- That city put $2ooo other fanning tools, about 90 Gd. Rds. Assu. three for better roads.) The intimation taking, and that is about all they of the Ky. SxHR? ibocks of fodder; 70 or 80 bushels that the mountaineer had never did toward pushing the work, in weeks since Seems as though of corn in crib, and about lo bush seen an automobile is ridiculous getting the question before the she was going the whole hog and els of wheat. and when they say "the natives country. Theyhaye been repeat- cant be stoppod in her good work. At the .same time aud place I heard miles ahead of our coming edly appealed to by the Mt Ver- And what is our report from the will sell the farm, owned by said with a strange vehicle along non Club to at least contribute activities of Knoxville of whom Johu T. Cherrv at the time of his Boones Trail and came miles to something to the postage and we expected better things? En- death, which contains 76 acres, In the columns of the Knox-vill- e meet us", there is some blanket printing fnud to be used in the couragement? No Aid? Not a more or less. This farm is in a campaign, but instead of increas- little bit. Good words? None. Sentinel last week appeared stretching for j'ou. very goon s:ate of improvement The "mountaineers' , as your and is a desirable place lor a home. a scurrilous and untruthful article The portion of the article refer-in- g ing that f and it was diminished to to Mt. Vernon is simple "rot" the tune of $3 5O to &4 in postage article in question, slightingl. re describing an alleged trip irora Terms of Sale: would be glad to have Lexington to Knoxville by auto the only truths discernable are used requesting Knoxville to be fers to us, expression from your All personal property selling an editorial was at"; but pen as to your position aud mobile by a couple of men living that a whistle (at electric plant, shown where for five dollars or less will be for in the latter city. Mt. Vernon they didn't state where it was) is she refured to be shown, and matter and how you view cash in hand. Sales for over five was represented in an unenviable used as a fire alarm and some- never so much as one penny has the treatment this highway move- dollars will be on a credit of six light and nearly the entire article times firing of guns has been re- that city contributed to this ment of ours has received at the months, notes with approved se- Do you wish hands "was of such a slighting derogatory sorted to, to awaicen the populace worthy cause, yet that city con to join of Knoxville.cur work and cunty required of the purchaser in boosting nature regarding the mountain when fire occurs at night. The tinues sending its traveling men prevailing upon Knoxville doing the notes to bear 6 per cent inter people generally that the Mt. parties who made this "thrilling into the Cumberlands and carry- tne same? or shall we still get the est ,rom date of sale All noteS Vernon Commercial Club has journey thru the mountains" ing off a big portion of our trade "cold shoulder" and indifference must be Q ' llfQ , anA nnntinp"uuc,uucl'AV-l-ulv-u''uM,iUvt taken cognizance of it and has stated in the article tint thfy which should justly go to the city at their hands and to reading silly articles in your col- or property paid for before rewritten the following letter were "awakened from their slum- that knows theword "reciprocity" moval. to Editor of Knoxville Sentinel, bers by a bombardment resem- which evidently hasnot found its umns about the people of the The Parm will be sold on time, the offending paper, and a copy to bling the attack of the Gerniaus way into the vocabulary of the Cumberlands? B "The worm will that is, one-thirto be paid in six Knoxville Board of Trade. No upon Antwerp" (thats humor for people of Kuoxville, contributing turn". one-thirin twelve months, If Knoxville and her press conreply of any kind having been re- you) "found several people in hall nothing in return but slander, in twenty-fou- r months and ceived lroin either, after days of of hotel with lighted matches and thru its press, about these same tinue in the course they are now months. Approved security waiting the Mt. Vernon Commer- candles searching for the fire." mountain people whose trade they pursuing, her trryeling men will will be required of 'he purchaser cial Club hands the Signal a copy Now the hotels here use electric wish to hold onto without any be obliged to carry lights much as -well as a lien will be retained stronger than lighted matches of said letter which is as follows: lights and dont have to resort to return whatever. and candles" in their search for on the real estate to secure t Mt. Vernon, Ky.. '.'matches and candles." Louisville appreciates our coun trade in this portion ot the moral purchase money. Editor Knoxville Sentinel, We wish to advise these- - would try of the mountains generally vineyard The Cumberlands. All bidders should come preparKnoxille, Tenn. be humorists that they, these and never lets an occasion pass A copy of this communication ed to comply with these terms. Sir: famous travelers, that they could without showing her friendliness Brodhead, Ky.. Dec. In a recent issue of your journal have found bigger "hill billies" in by her works. The county in is being mailed to the Knoxville J. THOS. CHERRY, Admr. appeared an article under these that automobile that made the which that city is located will pay Board of Trade. With due respect for the proheadlines: "Thrilling Journey "thrilling journey across the into the state road fund next year Across The Mountains ' by E. R. mountains" than they met along theSTum oi $i2o.ooo, the larger prieties we are aggrieved MounStop The Child's Colds, Thby Cochran and Louis Vedder, which that famous trip. It is high time portion will go to the mountain taineers. Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, Often Result Seriously is not only libelous of Mt. Vernon for writerst fictionists, fibbers and counties to be used in building U. G. Baker, Pres , Colds, Cronp and Whooping but of the mountain people along the Munchausens, including the good highways: in addition to this C. C. Davis, Vice Pres., ailments Cough are children's the line traveled, or supposed to "smart alex" to give the moun the city of Louisville has organJ as. Maret, Secretary. which need immediate attention. have been tiaveled by these mod- tains a much needed rest or tell ized the Kentucky Good Roads s are often most The ern imitators of Munchausen. more truths than they do in many Association whose purposes .are to Don't take the risk Heartburn is a symptom of in serious. Just a scattering of truth is to be of their statements when refering send speakers and organizers thru-ou- t digestion. Take a dose of HER-BIN- you don't have to. Dr. King's found in the article, in fact truth to the people of the Cuinberlauds. in such 'cases. The pain New Discovery checks the Cold, the state, and the mountains Inwas only touched in the high This article is inopportune, es- in particular, explaining the ad- disappear instantly. The bowers soothes the Cough, allays the and flammation, kills the Germs places. They claim to have left pecially at this period, when vantages to be derived from the operate speedily and you feel fine, allows Mature to do her healing vigorous and cheerful. Price 50c. Crab Orchard and came on to Mt. south eastern Kentucky is par State aid act, enacted by our last Sold by John .Robins, Brodhead, work 50c. at your Diuggist. Vernon thru Lancaster, when in ticularly sore over the treatment legislature, and to urge upon the Ky. Buy a bottle is ?m 7'"' our "IIHHI TO,LEWYTWSWELRY ($3.00 p NE YEAR - 1 SIX MONTHS? i mI Wlli Y n U1 ouner-Journa- ll Daily by Mail (NOT SUNDAY) During January AND February Only Regulsr Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. ieel-ings.th- is J TIJST ONfF-HA- TA P PRICE JkJL fc li JL PPrZTTT AD t JLX 11 4r fi I u ,,! Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular C'ourier-Journa- i Agent in this district. JULIUS MILLER, MT.VERNON, KY. d d one-thir- d Courier Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. 12-7-1- 4. 15-1- 1 rasa wajnonaaB The Jolly 9HB.. Drop Tip The New Fads For Fall SWAHM Now ftmaLcfy after-effect- E For You. to-da- y. , '.5 . m . . . "t 'f MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky Dec. 18 1914 Men's and boys' heavy odd coats at Fish's. Mt. Vernon is o.i the map and then some. No man can hold his own who can't hold his owu. Wedding in the west Langdon cloe today bells are linging bud end of town. Memorial School will for the Xnius vacation. BKODHEAI) Mrs. J. W. Tate was in Louis-- Now and l hen we run across some fellow that calls himself a 79 up "No. cate with 79" wnenWQ wan toCommunl. L, 7 SIGNAL LOUISVILLE &.NASHV1L1XR R.CO. Will and EHjh Cummins have a two-mont- TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 t returned from in Illinois. I stay north nortn south South J as. Phone No. 8. 5.04 p m A dozeu A now collars from 3:56 a m .Fish's would be mi appropriate n:39 a m gilt for him. 12:13 a m Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as stcond-cias- s James Winsteau was bought the Payne place no ir Wabd from W. R. Halcorab , .w j,uu v,.... Booster button? Better g.et into the bandOwagon. ,.j Unfortunate for some people tLat their heads are so much big S. B. Ramst1' has' moved back ger than their pocket books. to town. Miss Ethel Davis will close her Smiling Dave Jackson was in school at Rose Hill this week and t)wn yesterday. enter K K.S N , at Richmond. Ben Langford, of Iowa, is visit girl baby of The ing relative here. thiee-weeks.ojd PERSONAL Mis,W. M. Poynterhas return from Crab Orchaid. which have All the children tick are better. been Willie B. Perkins, of "Stanford, wss here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henaman, near town, died Tuesday night Applications l.flve been made by Campbell and Mcholas counties for their portion of I be state aid ioai fuud. and probably Oilier EK.S.W. at Richmond AIiss Tannah Thompson, of A small child of Tom Hood was Crab Orchard, is with Mr.andMrs reported very sick yesterday with Wm. Poynter. Mrs. Mary Williams has been diphtheria. Later: The Hood child died. having a very good week, yet she is very weak still. There are lots of good shoos but Victor C. Taie and F. L. Thonip the "Stronger Than Law" son, Jr., were in Livingston, Wed- Shoe sold by J. F.sh & Son is the nesday, on business. nearest waterproof to be found. Mrs. Sadie Moore and little For Sale. Two good cows. daughter, Louise, have ieturned Will sell at a bargu'n, if sold at from a visit in Berca. Edgar Moi.lins' once. Mt Vernon, Ky. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, of 1 1 Mr Miami, Oklahoma, ate here lor a Mrs. Rosa Bnajey wjll give f'ee visit to home folks instructions in music and teleg- Miss Ruth Mullins will close her Miss Tabitha Hiatt will enter F..K.S N. at Kichmond early iu school at Dudley next Wednesday January. te 2-- 1. Jes-- e D. insurance man, was here Wednes day for a few hours. Johh D. Miller was at home durihg the week and remembered the Signal with his annual sub-scri- p ion. Tl.tiwas Bamett and Miss Lizzie Adams of the Hiatt section, were man led at the home of the bride Weartn, the Stanlord raphy in her school to bo started at Raveuwood near Dudley new Christinas shop- - '.vertises because it uoenot pay., pi'ig. Judge A . Haggard sold Watch the fellow who does adver ' a lot in the Henry addition to Arch rise and fee whether or not it pays Albright for $100.00. E - Hamm The successful business men, the of New Hope, was with bome.olks' world over are the men who adver-th- e ' first of the week. Miss Etta tise and push their business. Cable was quite sick the first of Col.E.A.Cliilton, of thiscity,oue the week. The stockholders of f the most competent and exper-th- e Brodhead Fair Association ienced Fiiir men in Kentucky, has will meet in the Citizens bank hall closed a contract with ftie Laurel the first Monday in January at 1 County Fair Co. bv which he has o'clock p. m." to elect officers for ielSed tile piant for nex Fa;r sea the coming year. It is very nee- - SOn. Col. Chilton will go to work' easary that all stockholders at--- j at once to make improvements,1 tend this meeting in order tbat and by his word the thousands who they may contract some the I915 know of bis great ability are enthusiasms, and be better pre- - ed tbat the next fair will be the parea to make our next tair better, biggest and best in the history of if possible, than was our i9i4ex- - the institution. London Sentinel. hibltion. Dave Jflfiksnn. nf r nnis- , D . ' ., MANY DISORDERS .., COMi .,, r vine auu uuu is) tic, ul "'ltHP, FROM THE LIVER two of the most popular traveling Are You Just at Odds with Yoursalesman coming to our to'wn. self? Do You Regulate Living? were here during the week, Dr, Are you sometimes atodds with W. F. Carter wa in Louisville yourself and with the world? Do Thuisday, where he met Mrs. Car you wonder what aiis you? True terard the babies, who had been you mny be eating regularly and visiting in Shelbyville for two sleeping well. Yet something is the matter! Coustipition, Hsad-achweeks, and accompanied them Nervousness and Billious home. Aunt Mary Flnn is suf Spells indicate a Sluggish Liver. fprjng considerably from the The tried remedy is Dr King Only 25c at youi a fajl she repeiyed a few New Life Pills uf days ago. Remember the Christ Druggist. Bucklen's Arnica Salve for Skin mas free at the graded school Eruption, bmldiug next Thursday evening af Help make it a success 7 o'clock. POSTED. W. r. Brooks, R. H. Hicks, P. We, the undersigued, strictly A. Sheltonand other railroad men are at home on account of zero forbid hnnting or tresspassing in any way upou our premises and Weather. Mr. and Mrs Jobn Rob ins, ard daughter Mildred, ve:e will prosecute to the extent of the with Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Durham law any one guilty of so doing. M rs Josie Davault, W G Hysinger Sunday at N t, Verron. David Hysinger, J. J. Hysinger For Sale.- - -- For the man or Jack Hysinger, J B Lair, woman who has desire to convert T. B Lair, Gus Staverson his or her rent receipts into a Hunt heirs T. N. Noe, home, I am offering a substantial W. M. Dowell. four room eott&e located near graded school building in Livings-top- , in yard. good water I Will lot large enough to su t make the Tor Infants and Children-- . purchaser. I have two of these The Kind You Have Always Bought cottages, both for saJe. Terms: Bears the S300. down, balance payable in Signature ofC tnyo years. Waite me. I. w. Sams, ti 13 14. Box 44 Livingston, Ky. last week, ' merchant, who says he never ad-vill- e T- ! -- In Things To Wear Things Sure of Appreciation By Him Christmas time give him something to wear that will be of lasting service to him Christmas Grifts something , To reach the heart of a man or boy at -- To be SURE to please him come to HIS store ; where HIS wants are known and provided for where HE trades Gifts at e, 50c Gifts at Gifts at Gifts at $1. Silk Sox & Tie $1.50 Dozen Collars Kid Gloves Sweaters Jewelry $2. to $5. ef-fep- ts Silk Ties Suspenders Striped Jerseys Ties Sweaters Jewelry Leggins Shoes Cuff Buttons Winter Caps Jewelry Bill Books Caps I Hats Shirts Union Suits Sweaters Umbrellas 4 Handkerchiefs Raincoats Wool Vests Boys' Suits Hand Bags This store is full of just such things the BEST things of their kind that your money can buy The Service of this store is something you will appreciate; something that will make Christinas gift buying for you a PLEASURE instead of a burden. CASTOR A i Need we say, ' 'Don't Wait ? " on this subject So MUCH has been said and you know WHY you should "shop early." Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. "Wa Stand Dy What You Buy. " years. For Sale - Six full ed Cross stamps for sale at all Duroc Jersey shoals. Ramev Richards. the stores A few pennies could 12 11 2t. uot be spent for a more worthy Children take Ballard's Hore-hounSyRup willingly because cause than buying a few of the ittastsnice. There isn't a bettei Red cross stamps remedy anywhere for children's All stockholders in the Mt Ver- coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis non Fair Association are expected It's a good medicine and easy to yesterday. and 1 00 to be at the Court house tomorrow take, price 25c, 50c per bottle. Sold by John Robins Mr. and Mrs. John Robins and at 1 p m sharp New officers will Brodhead, Ky. pretty little daughter Mildred, be elected for 191,5. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F, An electric doorbell is a conven A shower was given Mrs. Kitty L. Durham Sunday. ience, both to the caller and host Smith at the home of Mr, and C. E. Mullins, the popular ess. Be convinced. Monday traveling salesman of Withers Mrs. Jonas McKenzie An electric bell will ring either evening. The marriage of Mrs. will leave Sunday for Red Fork Smith and Mr. John Renner of day or night. All styles sold and and other Oklahoma towns to visit Arkansas, will take place next installed 03', relatives. Phone 64. Looan D. Bryant. week. P blooded Sick Two Years W "Two years ago I was greatly benefitted thru using two or three tion ith Indices We Pay P. Post on orders of $1, or more gllgv HpJjrapy The Home of -- bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Before taking them I was sick for two years with indiges-ton.- " Sold by all dealers. anywhere Good Clothes THE MAN'SSTORE iSii Robert G.lngersoll Gave His Views of the Warrior "A little while ago, I stood at the grave of Old Napoleon. It was a magnificent tomb of gilt and gold, lit almost for a dead deity. 'As I gazed upon that back marble sarcophagus, I thought: Here lies the dust of that restless man. And as I thought I Jpaned over the balustrade and thought of the career of the greatest soldier of the modern world. y&&a&zc&'i 3z$&yc$&3 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Mrs. James Lawrence has been NoTtCE: This is to notify all Daniel Boone, was here from very sick for the past few days. parties that I am not responsible A small eruption came on her lace Clearfield. Tenn. this week visitfor any obligation or debt incurra week ago which developed in ing his father Wm. Boone at blood poison. Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled Ky ft Boone s great ed by my wife, Agnes Mullins and will not pay the same. Mrs. James Troxell, of Missouri grand father, Thomas Boone was A This Dec. was with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lang-for- a brother of the great Indian Ballie Muluns, this week, enroute to Bromo, fighter Daniel Boone. Livingston, Ky. where she will visit her daughter Every town has its smart alecs acfor a boy's The Woman's Club, last Friday Mrs. Henry Davidson. and critics who are always pointcount would be a Mr. and Mrs C. McDowell came ing out the shortcomings, weak evening presented three talented artists, Miss Ann Smith, violinist; ten-spdown from East Berustadt Satur nesses etc. 01 others but those ot is a good day, and left their children with same critics never sav anything Miss C'Zalma Crosby, cellist and the acparents, Mr, about how little they, themselves Miss Gladys Shairler pianist in a plan to Mrs. McDowell's recital, at the Graded School. and Mrs. S. S. Daily and went into have doue for the world. count of the youngsThe music lovers of Mt. Vernon, Louisville Monday to spend the A committee from the Woman's have not been given such an opter and then let "him day shopping. Club and a committee from the portunity in years and it was himself build Commercial Club are considering greatly appreciated. These young Some take the advisability of having a muni musicians are graduates of the LOCAL Conservatory of music and proved cipal Xmas troei n Court house pleasure in saving themselves to be finished artists Ur. Conover will De out of his yard, park or some suitable place both in their solo and ensemble others in spending office, from Dec. 2lst to Dec. 31st Announcement will be made later. numbers. The program was wel all depends how Fish's are showing a very comPlease pay that past due sub- cnosen anu given with assurance plete line of jewelry for Xmas scription. We need it and want and thorough off you nnderstanding. gifts. it. All who are in arrears are ex- Miss Crosby showed temperament Suppose yourself to pay. The newspaper and artistic discretion in her cello Have that electric doorbell in pected you open an account lor man can live mostly on air and solos and her playing called forth stalled and let your callers be not your boy here ? JEe yill water but not wholly. We expect unbounded admiration. Miss knockers, but pushers. lieve guarantee se.ciirity every person receiving the paper Smith played the violin with deep ard get a liberal interest The Pictorial Review, the great- to pay for it and there is no reason musical feeling and intelligence. as well, est magazine qf Fashions in the why the newsraper account should Miss Shairler is an unusually brilworld. 1.00 per jeaf. be considered any less an obliga- liant pianist and an excellent acL. M. Miller, Agt. tion than any other debt Make a Deposit with us today companist. Mt. Vernon, Kv. As proof of their appreciation - Tu& former editor of the Inter the Woman's Club plans to have Did you get my money saving ior Journal, E. C Walton, who has these artists return, for an engagemagazine Club offers? Write for been in the newspaper work in ment in the spring. catalogue sentlree on request. Florida, has returned to Kentucky L. M. Miller. and will cast his lot at Harrods-burg- , Childrn's Coughs Children's Mt. Vernon, Ky. either as editor of the Leader Colds Both are Bad Jonas McKenzie; The. Signal will be issued on or be associated with Mr. D. M. nWhen one of your little ones President ows symptons of an approaching Wednesday next week and Irom Huttononthe Herald. Wherever nnlrl oina if T Rnllv. r: r Thursday until the following he goes, it means a live wire and , Honey at once.' It acts quickly Geo. S. Griffin, Monday the office will be closed. " luoiwucia wj. nu prevents me com growing very healing soothes Those desiring work done will the paper witn whicn ne is con- - j worse please place orders early. Cor- nected. His many friends and es- -' tu--e Lungs, loosens the mucous, W. L. Richards, the system. It's Cashier" respondents will please mail let- pecially the boys of the newspaper Buaranuseu. uniy zocs at vour c a 11 l- i ters so as to reach us uot later than uai.u.Ljr uuiumiij w?,v;uui mm druggist. Buy a bottle today, Victor C Tate, Tuesday afternoon. back to old Kentucky, Buc klen's Arnica Salve for Sores, Cedarville. Mr. 4. d, L3-ll-- .Really Good Boost bank It start xJfeSCrSM ;MOC 3cC3dCC8C I could see him in my imagination as he walked upon the banks of the Seine contemplating suicide. saw him putting down the mobs in the streets of Paris. I saw him it up UNDERTAKES JbiJJjj Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e boys 1 It start them of the army in Italy, at the and I could see him crossing the bridge at Lodi with the tricolor in his hand. And I saw him in Egypt injthe shadow of the Pyramids. "L saw him conquer the Alps and miNgle the eagles of France with the eagles of the crags. I saw him at Marengo, at Ulm and Austerlitz. and I saw him in the hr-a- Coffins furnished Hearse sent, to all parts of the County. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,i Phone 94-S The Bank of Mt. Vernon Vice-Breside- mountains of Russia where the of the snow and tUe cavalry of the wind blasts scattered his legions lite winter's withered leaves. 1 saw him at Eipzig in defeat and disaster, driven by a million bayonets back into Paris," clutched like a wild beast, banished to Elba, and I saw him when through the force of J his genius- - he escaped from prison and retook an empire !T nnr,. Ilim nnntl tVlo flMntltftll field of Waterloo, wher chance .' I MT. VERNON, KY. r'1&?F!& "" " G0 STrfZf - - - - iiiinnnnnr xjrrrrrrxr - - mM" Tfi yy - -- - ""? ' w,v-- 1' sg"5 Asst-Cashi- er and fate combined to wreck the fortune nf their former kins, and I saw him at St. Helena with his ;no nmcCDfi kofcJnrt him upon the sad and Solemn sea. I thmtnfthP widows and nrnhans h. aA mAa f th tpn.r t.hrtt had been shed for his glory. "And Icould see aim when thru i.oc the cold hand of ambition he c-- st from his side the only woman that ever loved him. "And I thought I would rather and wear be a French peasant wooden shoes and live in a hut that I had built with my own hands and daubed with mud, with vines growing over he door and eraDes srrowine uui me iu iuo nuo- W O esof the autumn sun; with my ri 21 j4 1rtV lnSMt mTT knees, "'J"""my neck, my their wife arms around mv sid knitung as the sitti b' day faded from the sines, than to bave lived this impersonation of crime and morder' ,And X wou,d ten ousand times. 4. A. The Ladies Home Tnrnal or Saturday Evening Post, makes a nict Xmas present. $1.5o a year each. L. M. MiLLBR, Agt Mt. Vernon, Ky Wheezing in the lungs indicates that phlegm is obstructing the air """c" - ejected. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. per bottle. Sold, by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. passages. Baixari s Hork hound Syrup loosens the phlegm so that it can be coughed up and BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices in Bethurum Bldg. Willpractice in all the Courts. I " i i jj). i.u.u iiMi i.i in i.-i- i i ii g j. ... ;" " ' . '3. .,j j 3i?'Wjas i .yw: f , j - f V". w ' . r. IT 'a.'MhfML ., $ PEOPLRS $ BANK ! $ TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA PRB. Hiram I 50 50 18 o 3 97 5 26 4 49 HOPEWELL Jerry Rash at this place. riorn to the wife of Robert Maiier Dec. 10th a two pound girl baby Mrs. Myrtle Rash spent SaturVlr. ; A $ Straw will Show the the Wind Blows Way i day with Mrs. Fannie Rash. Nathen McClure of Bloss, is sick 6.5i Dougherty, Thos at the home of Sam McClure. of the (30 Wonderful 5.78 the Martin, W A Misses Bonnie and Dessie Niceley $ 40 4.6i Morris, James of Mt Vernon, spent Wednesday The Kind Yon Have Always Bouglit, and which has been 50 4.oi McGuire, Chas $ in use for over SO 3'crtrs, has borne the signature of and Thursday with Miss Shirley J ana has been niaue unuer ins per- 25 5.09 Singleton, "Willis Mason at this place. Mr. Mart sonal JS' " Allow supervision since its miancy. 7g&ccU4!. no one to deceive j'ou in this. ORLANDO PRECINCT. Harpers two daughters ot Bloss, are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and sister, Mrs. 100 9.73 ire visiting their Adams, J J Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of 80 Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Anderson, WF li 30 Nannie McClure at this place. 3 63 Rev. Carmical filled his regular i2 Anderson, J F $ 5 o7 appointment at Olive Saturday Bakei, Jas I3 and Sunday. Homer, the ntue 1 town lot Drew, S A 4'4 Castoria is a harmless snhstitute for Castor Oil, PareEvery Banking Facility 3 9:- - .ear old son of Charlie Carmical 15 Floyd goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is pleasant. It Jackson. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic while tending to a three ear old I12 Johnson, Gay 3 5O Worms , . substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys years ma bai 10 2.99 cjit was Kiciied and is For more than thirty Jordon, Jim it amd allays Feverishness. but . - wias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, at present, 4.87 condition M endows, Mrs Wm 40 $ Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and the Convenience of the People M ullins, Taylor (heirs) 100 3 58 thought the injure will not prove Diarrhoea. I or one of my deputies will on It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY iOO 6.2 fatal. vVell how will tnis do for assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Moniay Dec 28, i9i4 between the SimUon, M T The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 1 4 44 .vinter? It is the coldest spell we hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 Tredwavj Henry o'clock p. m. (it being county Williams, (heirs) iOO i0.65 have had for some time. Rev. ALWAYS court dsy) at the front door of the James Barnes filled his regular GENUINE LIVINGSTON PRECINCT. $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK appointment at Mt. Pisgah SaturCourt house in Mt. Vernon, KenBears the Signature of 72 EE!B,,3JW3ESE23 tucky, offer for sale to the highest Baker, W M day and Sunday. A gieat revival 5.75 and best bidder just closed at Hopewell Baptist the following Baker, 1 4 07 N R 40 church with twelve additions to of land for taxes due the Baker, Alford tracts 1 25 Bullock, T F the church. Rev. C. K. Carmical county and state. 4 68 75 Bussell, Geo did the preaching and the church Tnis Dec. 4, 16I4, 5.38 75 Clark, Thomas greatly revived and started out to CAM MULLINS, 72 46 do a greater work for the Lord S R, C. Collins. Jim 230 11.80 Dess, T M than ever before. The church EAST KT. VERNON OUEClNCT. 1 town lot 39 37 Dickerson. J H Years meets regular on 2nd Saturday In Use For Over Number Tax & Engram, Seth 2.99 i5 rg.yTwrrwT. 'Name TH E C ENTAUR C 0 11 r Suuday in eacn month. nnd Acres Cost Fields, S E 10 6.70 1 town lot Alcorn, DC 4.44 Gentry, John E 1 town lot 2 5q CATARRH CANNOT BE CUR 1 town lot Baker, J A 5 18 Hamilton Bros iq04 i400 ED 4.23 Hensley, Hambal 80 Barnes, Mrs JH 5 73 with Lccal Applications, 75 as 6.36 Ingle, John Barnes.. Ed 3.5(5 they cani.ot reach the seat of the 45 80 20 Bostic, O P 48 164 disease. Catarrh is a blood or Ingle, Link on il disease, and in or WM 90 Clontz, 5 35 2.29 constitut Nil 30 Ti Jones, H E n ii ft ilmTiiri i n n u nn n der to cure it you must take inter 12 98 Kelley. S E Coffey Gatie 60 6 69 nal 28 Hall's Catarrh remedies. TH 4 Clark, 4.44 King, Mat 'i 30 4.61 Cure is taken internally, and acts 12 Cummins, Champ 30 3.59 directly upon the blood and muLamb, Joe You CanMakeYour HouseMore Attractive o surfaces. Hall's Catarrh 2(9 Lay, James Huff, H M 3O 4.63 cous Cure is not a quick medicine. It 7 00 With Johnson, G C 15 Handsome Babbitt Premiums 15 293 wa prescribed by one ot the best Little, Mark 3.20 Loving-- , R L Kirby, O E 4 3.32 physicians in this country 5 for 21 Kirby, J D 3.95 Leavell. J B NR 36 13.P8 years and is a regular prescription 1 town lot Kirby, Mamie 2.5l Marshal, Gabe 0.26 It is composed of the best tonic 3 the besi 70 Livesay, W E 14 72 Miller, Sam TEN-CEN- T I12 B.3I Id own, combined with can of Babbitt's Mood purifiers, acting directly on 5 82 iO I Mordis, W M .40 Mink, J H 638 the mucous surfaces. The perfect pure lye is paid insurance against 4.59 Mobley.RL GO 50 Overbay, John 9 45 100 combination of the two ingredient.-i-s dirt or germs: guaranteeing clean 3.32 Mobley, W B Payne, T M iO.SO 13O what produces such wonderful sinks, and thoroughly sweet and iO Rabh, Abney 332 Mounce, W M 13 4.04 results in curing catarrh. Send sanitary conditions in the home, and 7. 52 McCormick, Geo 65 Stephens, W F 2 45 for testimonials, free. 20 1 F J. Cheney & Co., Props., 9 63 Robinson. Garrett in your barns, kennels or hen houses. stokes, J W 3.65 2l i5 Toledo, O. fefig," i3 Shropshine, Henry 3.95 WALNUT GHOVE PRECINCT Sold by Druggists, price 70c. If you will write we will send you a WEST MT. VERNON PRECINCT. 6.1I Take Hall's Family Pills for con Bradley, Wiilie 52 book Absolutely Free telling a hun75 528 stipation. Number Tax& Hall. G W Name dred uses for Babbitt's Lye; also our Cost Kirby, J T Acres i84 6.97 CEDA11Y1LLE. 1 town lot 28.7 r Mink, Willie 5 46 premium catalogue illustrating beauAdams, LB 25 5 Carpenter, Steve 1 town lot 5.21 Mink, Jim 2.99 tiful and valuable presents exchanged Largest snow that fell this win 20 9. 1 1 Mink & McClure Hunt, P Y 5O4 ter in this part ef jjthe.county fel d 3? for coupons. Chas. C. Davis! G.55 Mink, WD 3O Pitman, Acy 63 4.59 Sunday, eight inches deep. Theo s.v.tiaa. . gravis y Mt , Vernon 1 town lot 5.20 Nichols, T B Smith, J H 3 95 Hellard and family visited Mr. and :.25 Mt. Vernon Ky. 35 Taylor, J L 11.54 Mrs. J. H. Mink, Sunday There 3.97 Oliver, RW i75 Ky. 1 town lot 1 0.46 5 90 is lots of pneumonia Taylor, J R 80 through Oliver, J M B.T. BABBITT The Great Soap Maker 5i 6 48 this part, but all are doing very ROUNDSTONE PRECINCT. Renner, M F Number Tax& Rentier, Tom 50 4.03 well. Uncle John Hellard, age BABBITT'S LYE The Best Home Soap Maker Name thirty-nine-is Phone Cost Rice, M A Acres I3O 7.2I 72 years and one month passed Highest in Strength but not in Price 10c Adams, Elisha 3.93 Roberts, SN 5 60 37o away la.st Tuesday morning. He 7 o'clock and open shop P. O. Box 1 776 New York City 14 58 Shiplett, F M Adams, P J 15O 150 i0 40 ate his breakfast as hearty as 8 Berry U S 180. 2i.S9 open shop till 9 orclock common, and went to the barn and THE BEST GROCERS HANDLE BABBITT'S LYE BROWN PRECINCT 9 44 Boyd, V M 38 3.2o fed his stock, went back to the 4 9 Doyle, C A NR 67 4.88 Bustle. Laikin was 83 are cordially welcome in our 4.49 house and sank down. He 3.97 Detbridge, Geo Denham, J W 4i on the bed, but was dead 55 4 49 placed DO place iO.Ol Evans, Finlf, Bruce NR n3 any time during our shop He leaves eight 7 67 in a few minutes. 125 m Hamra, Joe o Volicy 20 Fish, I .40 hours. to sell you l.s.56 children to mourn his loss. He 100 G.40 Lewis, J F Grant, James 45 was laid to rest nn Wednesday 7 43 NR i78 Metcalfe, CO oh my anything yon 112 Griffith, Minerva 4.87 evening on the hill just above his 15 Mize.H G Hayes, Mary E 5.51 NR40 house, a place he has had selected how we do like to sell you GIVEN QUICK RELIEF you E 55 I50 Kid well, T D 8'J 11 i3 Mize, Sarah to be. buried for several years. 8.o2 Pain leaves almost 94 Morgan, FL do Let us show you, 15 Waddle, F P as if by magic when i4 A you begin using Sick Headache McCollum, C A 8.94 McClure, J 4i ALLEN "37" $S95 the famousold McKinney, Chas 50 WHALER in each WE WANT a 3 Proctor. Jess Sick headache is nearly always 673 remedy for Rheumaf. town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in 4 15 caused by disorders of the- stom 2 ami entile State of tism, Lumbago, Gout, Virginia, Southern Indiana Prewitt, James W 25 Pullins, G 5.75 Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS, ALLKN Sciatica, Neuralgia 3 12 ach. Correct them and the periReynolds, J F ....NR7s and MKTZ automobiles. Our cars M.LL good, and kindred troubles. Ramsey, Gale 20 3,32 satisfy the owners, ami you rrake JIOXKV. From 7s . 2.27 odic attacks of sick headache will It goes right to the M'jj. This is a pood chance Reynolds, MrsFC $S73 up; alto one at Vernon 6 40 Rich, W M 4S Mrs. for an established Auto DcjIt to take on a spot, stops the aches 549 disappear. Ohio, John Bishop ot Thompson, JB 5 s line of popular cars, or for a live and pains and makes Riddle, C writes: "About 7i9 Roseville. 27 HUSTLER with a little inny and linking to (ret I20 life worth living. Get 672 a ear ago I was troubled with in Thomas, Mrs E J business. Write into a first class 3.63 30 John a bottle of "Drops" ouick for particular to the Factoiy Representa24.02 digestion and had sick headache 200 E. tives KENTOX iiOTOKS COMI'AXY. today. A booklet with Sparks, Robt 3.97 Thompson, J L 4 Kinth St., Cincinnati, Uliio. 3o 3.9s that lasted for two or three days full Henry AktWcVPure fU each bottle gives use. Thomas, James 5 90 Todd, 4o directions for 6 2.93 at a time. I doctored and tried a Don't delay. Demand 25 Thomas, Jim 3.97 Whitaker. Robt number of remedies but nothing Don't acBRODHEAD PRECINCT, Mrs. McClain's Hxikiikxck Titus, A W ;;500. 8.74 helped me until during one o' cept anything else in 5 place of it Any drug With Croup. - 62 Van winkle, John those sick spells a friend advised 77 Adams. AE 4 gist supply you. If 2.29 me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. NR I3 "When my boy, 4Ray, was small fromcan drug store send you live too far Ward, Lee' 6 78 Adams. Per OR '20i a One Dollar to me in a he was subject to croup, nnd I Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co., Newark, 1 town lot 6.38 1 his medicine relieved Ward low, Noah 200 5.28 Barns, M M times, Ohio, and a bottle of For sale by all deal will be was always alarmed ae .such 2 64 short time." 8 58 Wren, Lee 10.06 Ballwd, J M ft always relieved him quickly. I sent prepaid. 6 37 ers. 18O Wren, Chas 37 5.28 Boyd, James Im never without' it in the house Welch & Lutes Deep sealed coughs that restt 129 4o 7.47 Boyd, sarah apr I know it is a positive cure for 5 5l says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in 2.93 ordinary remedies require both 15 croup," writes" Mrs. W. K. Mc- Brown, Victoria writing of her .experience with Cardui, the woman's SCAFFOLD CANE 'PRECINCT. and internal treatment. Clam, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by 28 6.60 external Brown, WM tonic She says further: "Before I began to use you buy a dollar, bottle of Bal If all dealers. - "Number Tax& Brock, James 8.48 .Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I 12s Name Hokehound Syrup you lard's Cos't Acres thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able 600 .For Sale. My home on Main 25 77 get the two remedies vou need For Brock. Jas Anglin.RL&JW i64 to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Her-rick- 's 2 29 5' 09 the price of one. There is a Street, lot ioo by 200 feet near 5o Brumett, Geo of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon Auglin, JA 100 24 77 Pepper Porous Red Freight depot in Livingston, all 9.44 gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, KBrumett, E J ' chest, free with Anglin, Henry 70 6.55 Plaster for the necessary rutb'uilding-- , concrete 1 town lot 5.o9 each bottle. Sold by John Robins as well as run a big water mill. Burton, Robt Ambrose, Eliza 7 2.93 walks and concrete milk house, I wish every suffering-- woman would give 3 32 Brojhead, Ky. 25 Bullock, J W Bowman,-- J C 30 good Cistern. There is' a build56 5.26 A Camerou, W D 40 5.09 Bullock, John ing lot in f tout of this property 4.24 Owens, J M NR4.S Brown, WR i town lot Chastetn, W.O NR 65 . 12 2i worth a good deal more than 1 8o7 Owens, K T 4o 35 Oroucb'er, E F 4 44 Cash, WL i2 would want for all o2 it, an Ideal Evans, John E 1 town lot 4 68 Payne, TN i9o , Crouche-50 SN 12.94 4.19 Saylor, Sim location for Railroad restaurant 1 town lot Farris, Susie I23 Mount Vernon Monumental Gadd. Charley NR 50 4.85 and boarding house or any kind of 7.52 Sowder, John 7s Harris, EL 30 Gadd, J S, Jr.. 28 4.07 bus.ness house. $750. down gets 4.24 Spoonamore, S J 75 Halcomb. Margaret 65 a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Gadd, Harrison 50 5.92 JORKS possession balance in two years, I 3 89 NR3o and it always does me good." Hicks, T J 2 Thompson, W C Gadd; Earnest NR 50 also own lot 83 by 103 feet with Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, 4o 6.38 Vanhook, Nick 1 town lot Hiatt, AM JG 5.22 37 ofanJ Gadd, A C tired, worn-o-ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanhouse 20 by 3 ft, adjoining this Hart, 150 444 Vauhook, LK 7 9.ii Howard Joe 1 town lot ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's DEALER in Marbles and Harvey, Mollie property which is for sale at a bar 5o 7.7i Williams, Susie NR 2; 60 4.85 Howard J. L. -. tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui Granite Monuments of all Holland, G V 4 gain. Reason for selling have Willmott, AO C 3.32 Howard J 31.72 32 for your- - trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing 35 bought other properfcv. Now is kinds. Estimates furnished Hollingsworth, W M 2.5 POWERS PRECINCT women for more than fifty years. 100 3.97 Hoskins Mat 15- time to buy real estate in Livings- on application. Hopper, Ernie 6.55 Chasteen.D S i25 .10 6.05 Laswell.WH ton. Write me. ."20 15. Miller, F F 40 id- 36S Gabbard, Gieen 6.05 Lawrence, RE GEO. OWENS Propr. jHT JK jHT,63.. ,: K Hf' k n JK J. W.Sams, McQueen, R 25 i5 5.73 Mayfield, Crosby I63 Garrett; Davia ' 2.2J Jordan,. Abney .....,.: 15 Livingston, Ky, Pone 112 Box" 44 Northun, W M KR 25 7.02 Michial, Jas 75 Have you' Noticed Growth i uuusauub oi peupi: Keep uu fuffering .with Neuralgia because they do not know what to do tor the it. Neuralgia is a pain in nerves.. What you want to do is to soothe the nerve itself. Aprly SI an's I iniment to the surface 'over the painful part do not rub in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated nerve and allays the inflammation t Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against colds sore and swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and like ailments Your money back if not satisfied, but it does eive almost instant relief. ! I . , Seats, W A Smith, Hertry Spijes, Sarada Allen, C E Ash. N D Bowles, Mat Carpenter, Boyd Mr. John Helton of Pine Bill, 2.2g spent Saturday and Sunday with 7 02 CROOKED CREEK PRECINCT 125 40 iO.Ol Children Cry for Fletcher's 5.2? 40 200 5.01- - ttfcRI It h Just-as-jjoo- d" SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. Sheriff's Land What is CASTCRIA AMPLE RESOURCES Sales Foil axes . For .... ..'. Use Us $ CASTORIA 0 The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 5 WHEN YOU WANT . nTTiTiTTiTrn i TTi ;1 i . i i i ii i j t ii i j i ij j j : i i i i m j ii j ij i jii tiiijJ i i ij i i i ; i; TTTTT" : jiiji m i i ( jijj i i ;TTrrFiiTj i 29 the General Merchandise TO A Farm Implements JONASriMcKEZIE THE OLS BBSUIASLS I DRUGS No, (39) at My run We am. p, m WWW You Dealers Wanted at RHE&m&Tl 1 We don't want 9 don't want, but, what 9 want. 7 wide-awak- e 9 - CHAS. Mt. C DAVIS qukk-tellin- motiey-n-jkin- -r Ky. 21-- ." B) a) mlmmWMTKWffiTtntSm It Always Helps 9 The Woman's Tonic 2-1- 6 .- 6-5- 5 . H-I3-1- 4. Get a Bottle TodayJ Ht um mm mm m Hl'K . - -- mm m